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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rracwR 4Ir rtrrST Vj tl THE FRANKFORT RoUNDABoUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAR 3 I9C6 NO 26 1 For the Roundabout OLD TIMES IN FRANKFORT No XT Somo arc In tho churchyard laid Some sloop beneath the son But fow are loft of our old mass Excepting you nml mo And when our time shall conic Tom And we aro called to go I hopo theyll lay us where wo played Just twenty years nun OHARA Since the inception of the genera- tion1 past the metamorphose from lrJ past social and business condi 1tions is almost complete The habits of social life and the channels of business wore on differ oat linos There was more of tho cosmopolitan feature tho common brotherhood tho linking of per sonal interests than there is now The observances of social circles and tho transactions of public life bad in them a greater sun ro of that tender sympathy that makes the whole world akin Tho passing away of those who wero tho basis and tho component elements of this sympathetic life and the influx of new ideas and now modes ofshness and social life has produced this change Frankfort is becoming modernized Ministers seldom preach now they read essays typewritten during the week Orators have ceased to bo eloquentthey strive to bo logical Informal calls are not etiquette the calls must bo by card and at stated hours Thero are no school children the youths aro all men and women How great tho change in tho persons who conducted tho business of the city thirtyfive or forty years ago may bo readily seen by recall ing the names of some of those who did business on Main and St Clair streets at that period Opposite tho livery stable kept by Nelson Aley near the head of Main street and adjacent to the Capital Hotel was tho saddlery shop of Esq Jimmy Shannon Across the street and next to tho stable was the cabinet shop of A G J P Cammaok The Capital Hotel was conducted by James Saifell with John T Gray as busi ness manager Jimmy Fitzgerald ran a saloon where Bradys shoo shop now is Con MoA ulifIo did a similar busi ness on tho corner of Ann street following Honor Powell who ran the place as n restaurant Near by was the business house of V Kaltenbrun tho shoemaker Near it and on tho ground now occupied by the Opera House Silas Noel in partnership with Mr Church conducted a livery stable in which originated a disastrous fire that leIstroyed much valuable property Goo Buhr was tho first of tho hotel now JHopriotorI Frankfort Hotel nlc was nnltIzollblocked out in tho old way of onI uine wool and warranted to wear till Gabriel blow his trumpet His uniijuo hat sign WHS one of tho last relics of ancient tittles to disappear boforo modern invasion Its removal was fitly announced in a memorial artlulu from tho pun of Col John Mason Brown On tho north side of Main street corner of Ann was the grocery of James M Todd n most genial gen tleman around whoso store during tho wintry nights a group coo- posed of Gco B Crittondon Jamos W Dick Tato John S Harvio Tljos Heifncr Hon Towson and others wore wont to gather Next in succession was the merchant tailoring ustablislnnont of Nelson HIAof tho Farmers Junk and Ed S Theobald toiler On tho corner Tad Gray kept a grocery and adjoining was tho sil versmith shop of Bon F Meek and tho fishing reel manufactory of Ben C Milam Next was tho drug store of Dr1 M Mills Next tho lint storo of Juhn N Crutchor cut ler to His Excellency tho Governor otc Then canto thu dry goods storo of John L Moore the tin shop of Goo W Miller tho silversmiths shop of A Conory tho toro of J M Holms with Austin Kendalls book bindery above and tho dry goods storo of J L W H Wag goner on tho corner of St Clair On tho opposite side of Main street was tho brick residence of Judge Morgan B Chinn who dispensed justice to malefactors Above was tho storo of Joss Lampton and adjoining was tho residence of Dr J S Trice At the corn or of Lewis street Squire G W Gwin conducted a hardware store and had his magistrates office Ibo first story of tho Mansion house on St Clair street then owned by John Italy hall not thou been modernized into store rooms The Deposit Bank about this time was organized by Philip Swigert with John Watson as cashier and occupied tho room now used by Schenklo as a harbor shop The Metropolitan Th oatru next to tho Commonwealth building gave entertainment to thousands of citizens and visitors under tho engagement of all the noted profes sional troupes with frequent per formances by amateur companies It was burned down in tho fall of 1807 the fire originating in Hum phroy1 Hydes shoo shop beneath Close by was tho business office of B P Pepper Louis Woitxel con ducted a confectionery about the middle of the block V Berberich and Jerome Woitzol a tailoring es tablishment and lower down was Philip Solbert silversmith and Adam Kahr a grocery and saloon Across the street was tho clothing store of Sol Harris and the noted dry goods store of Reuben Runyan tho dootorH ollioo of Drs Rodman Sliced and the famous Old Dominion Restaurant of D L Italy At tho upper end of St Clair street near tho Courthouse were the offices of A J James Thos N Lindsay Lysandor Hord S F J Trabue John Rodman John I Scott James Harlan Geo W Craddook Pat U Major Geo C Drano John Mason Brown and others whoso pleadings and oratory had v to tho Frankfort bar an enviable Of all thisrAllUtItionItho three are now doing business within its limits and only five Crutohor HerIhorioharcdead past Alley Shannon Cammack Saf foil Jltzgolnlll Powell Noel Ruhr Hal tzoll Todd Hoffner Arerlll Bull Gray Meek Milam Mills Moore Conory Holms W H Wag LU1111HonI IalyiJ1OlI111UnjIothers of tho sumo day and time hmo all gouo gono to the realms where time wiokod cease frulIIl troubling and the weary rest S R SISHOOTING ON SUNDAY About on Sundn two LalliIborta business transaction in the course of whiuh young Brawnor shot ONan in tho log inflicting a pain ful but out serious wound Brawnor was arrested by Ollloor Davis Harrod renderedIsCASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- S1iUaturt of REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS rho following aro tho assign ments of internal revenue store keepers storekeepergangers and gangers for tho month of March as made by Collector Roberts LexingtonDaydutyditional and bottling Z J Phelps nightHgangers 2 Kentucky River Distillery daydutyC M Kash additional L It Diggs meal room Leo W Taylor night F D Clark and A V Combs gangers- a H E Potruo Distillery Co Maysvlllo Oscar Grigshy clay duty H G Holliday additional and bottling W C Slye meal dutyL4 W A Gaines Co We M Salfoll day dntFrankfortI Finnell additional D meal room I1 Ornl 11800arlonight J E Hanrahan S A Pow ell F G Sparks told C N Wiard gangers LexingtonWeditional Jed bottling C H Morgan additional D C Berryman ganger MaysvilleP MtdwayHSadditional George P McCanu ad bottlingPchalk night W T Crosthwaito and J A Eastin gaugers 10 Peacock Distillery Co Khmer tunNoA Moore lay duty R D Grant meal room B E Smith additional J D Shy night W W gangerII Frankfort J H Murray day duty W D Bland ing additional and bottling F D Clark gauger 14 G G White Co ParisC H Wicklitle day duty M Steven son meal room C T Throckmor bottlingJDudley additional J P Hutch craft gauger 17 Old MoBrayor Distillery Co daydutyand bottling H S Foreman ganger 24 Rogers C Co MaysvilleJ- A Wallingford storekeeperganger 32 E M Babbitt VersaillesE Craig day duty J T Berry additional and bottling S D Pinker ton gauger 83 George Baker Frankfort U G Carey day duty E B Davis meal room S A Barber addi tional Will Robinson night John Stephanski gauger 37 Juhn Cochran R Co Frank fortW B Anderson day J G Brawnor additional and bottling I T West meal room A B Piper additional Adclph Wells night D H Walcutt gouger 40 J E Popper it Co Lexing oImangeriHlainoC L Osborno storekeeperganger uO W J Frazier Versailles Gus White house storekeeperganger 72 148 brat Graham Fiankfort lnlhottIIll meal room S n Pinkerton ganger iii K H Taylor Jr it Sons Frankfurt1 lt Dagloy day H S Boll moat room J O Kash additional G W MeCmmoU add tional F 11 Cisco bottling D O Walkor night W Black gnu ol 77 Paris Distilling Co ParisI adlilitlOlwl BolrrIadditional and bottling F n Clark gaugor 721 J Chambers onnsJ M Brown storokooporgauiror 05 J N Blakomuro Frankfurt J A Logan day R E Price ad ditional 111 Fraloy meal room Fred C Van Hooso night C N Wiard gaugor StumpInStuphanski ganger Lou W A Gainos it Co Frank fortL L Lomastor day G T Mont joy additional W P Bacon additional H C Everett multi tional lL H Whittington addi tional B F Fanniii meal room J M Tanner bottling duty Rich ard H Woodford nlaht I1J Mc Comull and J M Hurbridgo gnu Jrs liB U T Stagg Co Frankfort Buck nor MoElroy day J L Cox moalI tY 337 S L Reed White OakFM ugurano F Thornborry storekeeperganger 313 n o Williams Blaino R J Blankenship storekeoporgaugor 347 Garviu BIOS liumestoxiJs1- V Line storekeeperganger 348 Sparks C Conn GimletJP Blair storekeeperganger 343 Ellington it Johnson Lime stOlWJ C Holbrook storokec pOI gaugor DistillingCostorekeeperganger Lexington Public Warehouse To Lexington W F Croatian and J R Sams storekeepergangers General Storekeeperganger Z F Elkin Lexington Lexington Rectifying Houses Stoll it Coilie W J Smith Co rapperCFrankfort Rectifying Hutisos J P Williams C N Wiard gauger STEADY DRAIN IAJflneys Weaken the Whole 1HOdjllilw You Languid Depressed Sick kidneys weaken the body through the continual drainage of lifegiving albumen frown tho blood into the urine and time substitution JORIlanguordepression rheumatic pain nervousness nausea cricks in tho back gravel and kidney stones Tho treatment is a kidney treatment and KidneyPillsitC H Luckett night clerk at the Hotel Fleming Holmes street says I was troubled for sometime with marked symptoms of kidney ailment principally in con nection with the kidney secretions which at times were very annoying and distressing I saw Deans Kidney Pills advertised and sot highly recommended that it was with hopes that they might help Gaylesdrugtheybenefitedso that I have recommended them to my friends on several occasions and will do so whenever I can You may refer to me at any time Pillsimay bo the means of relieving others who may be the trouble common complaint fromI For sale by all dealers fIflUnited States Remember tho name DoantIand take no other ABLE TO LEAVE HOSPITAL Mr John E Miles who was so seriously hurt by a lot of sacked flour falling on him at his store on St Clair street in January was able to leave the Kings Daughters Hospital on Saturday morning and return to his home on Main street opposite tho Rupert Grocery Cos store rsI owo liB whole life to Burdock Blood Bittois Scrofulous sorts cove rod my body I seemed be 1110iChas Mutton Horvlllo Mich- HKlTHLICANri TO HAVK LOVE FEAST Tao Republican mombors of time Legislature have Issued a large uumbor of invitations to prominent men of that party to a banquet and love feast to bo held at the Capital Hotel in this cityon Friday oven ing March This meeting is for the purpose of consultation and Imrnioniiug tho various elements in the party STARVING TO DEATH Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she con hi nut eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Cluir St Columbus 0 was literally starving to death Sho writes My stomach was so weak hum useless drugs that oouM pot eat and my nerves so wrecked that could not sleep and not before was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with tho wonderful result that improvement began at oncuIand a complete euro Best health tunic on earth Guaranteed by all druggists J JJi hft Att fIjI y j Our orkiPurchases Completed 1 1tUlnpdfofour spring stuck of Iladiesto WearJ 1hendqunrtels selections in person from the largest and most reli IfAmericaour customers thekBest Styles Newest Ideas Superior MerchandisetLowest fricesFHe has made extensive purchases i- ntans SuitsI Skirts Jackals 1 And we will be preparecltto show the largest stock of liemlytowear G a r incuts ever seen in Frank fortSeveral shipments of f Jackets and Skirts havetalready urrheclnnd we lure receiving shipments if on almost every train The Jackets are beauti ful styles mad will sell at 5 650 750 f aOfto 1250 1 The Skirts are pretty t fleets mado of Panama Sicilian Serge and light w e g h t materials for spring Special values at 500 600 750tAnd upwards C KAGIN BROIH41 St Clair St at Bridge Y r J v Our Splendid Ribbon II S2 Department CHARLES Ju WEITZEL FRANKFORT f PERS01l AEJII n Miss Bertha Scott has Nashville Penn toI Lieut Goo Price S A hero on Tuesday Mr R Leo Page of Louisville was hone Tuesday Judge A1 Kirk ofj Pikoville was hero Wednesday Mr Shelly Newman roturuod to school at Richmond Mr W Rogers Clay of Lexing ton was hero this week Prof M 0 Winfrey of Muddles boro was here this week f Mr Joe LoCompte of Lexington was in tho city this week visitinghisCol Josh D Powers of Louis ville was lucre Wednesday- Col Robt Harding of Danville was in the city Wednesday Judge J C Buckham of Shelby ville was hero on Tuesday Mr G T Blackley of Pewee Valley was here Thursday Judge J L Dorsey of Hender son was lucre on Wednesday Mr Chins W Bean of Lexing ton was in the city Tuesday Mrs Harry B Case visited friends in Lexington tihs week Col Jas A Scott has returned from a trip to Punta Gorda FJu Mr J W Heddon of Mt Stet ling was in the city Wednesday Dr W Godfrey Hunter of Som erset was in tho city Wednesday Hey Win Crowe wont to Owen ton and preached there on Sunday Mr John W Landrum of May field was a visitor here this week Judgo 1 H Wilholt of Ver sailles was in the city this week Mr Walter Grady has returned from a visit to his son ut Butlalo Mr Frank Hnen y returnerl from s Now YorK City Saturday evening Hon J D Mocquot of Paduoah attended tho courts hero on Wednes day Miss Nan Hannnond has returned from a visit to relatives at Smith field Mr Gen F Berry and wife have returned from a trip to Now York CityMrs E E Abbott has returned from a visit to relatives at Limn OhioMrs limos H Stagg returned Friday night from Battle Creek Mich Mrs John P Hostetter visited her daughter at Yaruallton this week Mrs Mattie Myers of Cynthiaua visited Mrs Emma Jameson this Jas M Wakofleld roturned from Eastern Kentucky on Monday t night Col Win Hoary loves of Barren county attended tho Farmers In stituteMr H Kidd wife and dang ter loft Friday night for Now Or leans La- Postmaster Goo W Hutchoson of Iawronceburg was in tho city Saturday Jud o W H Holt of Louisville was in the city on legal businoss this week Judge Chins R McDowell of Danville attended the courts hero this week Mr John J McHenry of Louis ville attended the Court of Appeals this week tltiSH Lounsbury of Stamford t who has been visiting he r tf i itt rJiti tu Jfrt4 k t The Best SOc Corset sister Mr P Hudson has re turned homo Rev Julius E Wright of Ohio citythisMr Sam lJitoht ltd attended the Y M 0 A State Convention at Lexington Mrs E C ORear and Mrs W E Settle hive returned from Annapolis Md Mrs O D Thomas neo Kato Saunders of Louisville visited here this week Mrs Arthur C VanWinklo and son have gone to St Louis Mo toI visit relatives Prof J H Fuqua attended the Educational Convention in Louir ville this wooIHenryCountyhero this week Mr Bernard Floxuer of Louisville was in tho city on legal bust ness this week Mr Desha Brockinridge of tho Lexington Herald was in the city on Wednesday Mr Huss and wife of Shelby villo were guests of Mrs W S Farmer this week Judge E C ORear spout Satur day and Sunday at his farm in Montgomery county Judge J R Sampson of Bar bourville was here on business in tho courts this week Mr Warwick Miller of Louis vile was in attendance upon tho courts hero this week Mr J W Wilkinson and Mr Penn Morris of Bowling Groan attended the Farmers Institute Miss Anna Magill of JefTorsou vine Jnd was the guest of Miss Loota Black this work Miss Margery Alves of Hender son who has been visiting friends here has returned homo familyloftthey will reside in future Mr BOOMO Logan and wife of wisithughereMiss Mattio M McClure who has boon visiting relatives in Luisvine has returned home Miss Eunice Kenney who has been visiting relatives in Owen county has returned homo Mr B F Suter of Texas who has boon visiting relatives here returned home Friday night Prof H C MoKeo and wife at tended tho Educational Convention at Louisville this week Miss Bettio Richardson of Shelby county is visiting Mrs ShoiTur Richardson and other relatives Mr Rob Goddard of Harrods burg who tins been visiting 11rIS Weathers has returned house Mrs Yeba H Matthews of New- Castle wits the guest of Mrs J W Rodman Todd street this week Mr G W Floonor of the State of BreathittIs IiI the city on businoss in the Court of Appeals Dr r L Forsoo and wife of D11I0JoYingtOllsioner was in tho city on Wednes day Col los R Newton of Chicago Ills who has been visiting his family hero returned homo Vodnes dayMrs P M Hanloy of Louisville who Isis beon time guest of her son Mr John P Hallo has returned home Mrs J T Bryan mid daughter of Louisville wore guests of her mother Mrs i1 A Murphy this woek Mr Thins Rodman and wifo nee 1irM0 tJI 1 BBBBBB BBeBB Our New Spring Stock lrytlPIUlltllllntIjusiiiiss on Spring Goods Our splendid line of Silks alt Wool Dress Goods shows all the new shades and materials with Trimming to match New Spring Wraps in Silk Coats Coy ert Jackets 1or ladies misses and children New Eton Suits 12 lo IS New Dress Shirts Beautiful line new Embroideries and Leers special values at uc JOc loc See the great values we show in Ied Spreads Headymade Sheets and Pillow Cases Best values in Table Linens Towels and Napkins I I KY i Mninc Criituhor oft1W York City visited rolntivos here this i pl Mr Russell Penn of Mnrganfiold was time guest of his pUnts Mr Si ICMIII and wife the first of the week Miss Tonnio Focrg of Puckers who was the vilest of hor sister hrs1ohu Church has returned house Mr 113 Lewis of this onio spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr M T Lyle Mr John J1 Walters and wife who have beau living here for soy NewpoittoMr dims E Nelson of Silver Crook who has boon the guest of relatives bore returned home Saturday evening Mrs Mason Tnlbott of Bourbon count was the guest of Mr C C Hazel rig g and wife NVnsli iu ton street this week Judge n Williams of Wil liamstown was the guest of Mrs Ed Porter Thompson Shelby street this week Mr E Church Tinaloy and wife of Now Orleans La were hero by the serious illness caJlodI father Mr J JJ Drydon Miss Zilla Mao Ashurst and Mus ter Win 0 A hurst of Georgetown were guests of their aunt Mrs Hugh Merchant this week Miss Jessie Clark of Viinceburg who has been the guest of her brother Mr Frank D Clark Shelby street has returned home Mrs R M Bergman and son Western who have boon guests of hor parents Capt J T West and wife returned home Saturday Mrs W T JJuekner and children of Sholbyvillo were truest of hei parents Col John F Davis and wife on Saturday and Sunday- A very pleasant entertainment was given by Mr James Moore at Henson on Saturday night Miss Mamie Moore was the belle of the eveningMr L Griustoad and bride of Portsmouth Ohio who worn guests of his parents Capt R L IiontuckyAvenueSunday aREELECTEJ CUSTODIAN Cnpt W M Lyons of Jessamine county was reelected Custodian of the Public Buildings by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund on Saturday The term is four years SATURDAYS ALARM An alarm froth box 95 at 722 on Saturday morning was occasioned by a blaze in the roof of a cottage on Church street occupied by a colored family It was quickly extinguished with only nominal loss BACK TO OLD WORK Capt L H Finuell of this cite who was a government storekeeper a number of years ago has beon re appointed to n position in the rev enue service under the old soldier proviso and is assigned to duty for tho month of March to the Hermitage Distillery of W A Gainos Co Capt Finnoll is ono of tho most ofllcient officers who ever held a commission in the ser vice q CB S TORIABean ItR A The Best Boys Hose lOc 5c 25clefeuder ItraiiJ Muslin Underwear 4 bdvSwig vaflrA it 1 The Now Spring Dress Goods are coming Jin and theyIare beauties embracing the now weaves and new shades the Parsifal Blue Reseda und Ro- seSILKS 4 We have the finest collection of Silks ever brought to this city and they are ready for your inspection Call and examine the many beautiful patterns Laces and Embroideries- We have the largest and best stock of Laces and the finest and cheapest line of Embroideries A nice line of Ginghams Wash Goods raid Shirtings Ladies Covert Jackets 375 to 650 ICa11 and see our goods F JHEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADEr There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThis c ffactoryunder a GUARANTEE that moans SOME THING If you ue1a now vehicle of any buyingVe lUg vehicles Write or phono us and our rep l re entntiw will call to see you Wo take vehicles front Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoI lh VERSAILLES KY II K WAIJD President C 3M liiiowxrxo Sec and pleas Why Buy McClures it iytIto res Min 1IlII bought and road in honuw not became it in a magazine but because FIRST THE PRICE It costs but age dollar a year or then tout runts a number forover tliirtiHin hundred tWIcululllllllUel anywltoru remit ltwenty or twentylive costing from toanortautsurlutsSECONDQUALITY The reading mutter is written by Americas leading writorstho onlyuntcrtuining utoutlisurolife insurance Both of these questions will bo discussed by authorities in an impartial carveful interesting way thestttuepages are clean as its editorial pa- gesMcOlures b Magazine subscriptionorfor S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK You can earn cod income by takingup the business of securing subseriburs for It is clean and self ruspucting n publication any man or women would like to lIy bit 25 cents for euclt 1subscription addition to big cash prizes for tutu Write for full particulars McCluresf iJ1 1f rr = = = I AORTH YOUR ATTENrION I CLEAN UP ON Suits Cloaks and Furs Onohalf price on any winter gar ment Advance Showing of Spring Garments SUITS JACKETS AND SKIRTS In keeping with the new style changes Garments that are right or they wouldnt bo here See them und judge for yourself I B C WHITNEYS ISLE OF SPICE The Islo of Spice a piquant musical mixture will bo presented by B C Wnitueys musical organ ization at the Capital Thuatro next Friday March 0 The book is by Allen Lowe and George B Stod lard and the music by Paul Schind ler and Ben M Jerome There are many amusing situations in piece and the music thoI groat many numbers which proven very popular wherever they have been heard Among them are Peggy Brady sung by Leslie Leigh The Broomstick Witches sung by Miss Lilian Gorman and The GooGoo Man sung by Sam Mylie with the assistance of a pony ballot of twelve pretty girls The principal comedians in the cast are Herbert Cawthorne Harry J Watson and Sam Mylie who keep things humming with their witty sayings and funny maneuvers Miss Leslie Leigh is the little 1maid of Nicobar who owns half the spice fields which the King is t1 desirous of confiscating for his own use She is also In lovo with a 4Lieutenant of the U S Marines impersonated by Geo White who possesses an exceedingly strong tenor voice Miss Mattie Martz and Miss May Sweeney are the Kings wives and Miss Susie For rester is the deported wife of the much married Majesty Others in the company are Robert Kane Harry Griffith Marguerite Do Santo Rosita Lawrence and a radiant regiment of real singers Ihe company is a huge one and re quires throe sixtyfoot baggage cars to transport tho stage effects The Isle of Spice has beau pre sented in Chicago for twentysix weeks in Boston at the Globe Theatre fourteen weeks and at tho Majestic Theatre Now York City fifteen weeks Tho above cast which is the original one has Joproven a great favorite in the cities mentioned This alone ie a sum oiont guarantee that a pleasing tevonings entertainment at the theatre is in store for those lucky enough to witness a performance of tho Isle of Spice whoa it ap 1 pears here Seats on sale at Bar retts Wednesday morning March 7 o Thorn are so many surprising features in tho Wizard of Oz that there is little wonder that it retains its hold on tho public The two chief comedians tho Messrs Rock and Nice are wonderfully clover in their impersonations of tho Tin Woodman anti the Scare crow but there are enough other things intermixed in tho play in the way of scenic oboists dances Dress Goods and Silks These will pleaso you A wide variety of pricesForLot Wool Dress Goods 20o Gray Blue and Black Panamas yd 80 in Checked Taffeta Silk yd White Goods 10c for Dimities worth 12ijc 15c for Madras Waistings worth 20c lOo for Persian Lawns worth 25c Long Cloths Nainsooks and Cottons at old prices I and songs so that the funny men never become tiresome There are pretty girls galore in tho company and the principals would be xecog nizod as prize winners in any beauty contest Fred Woodward who plays Imo gone the Cow in tho Wizard of Oz has been an animal imper sonator over since lie has boon on the stage He played a donkey In tho Christmas pantomime Tho Forty Thieves at tho Drury Lane Theatre in London and afterwards the part of the monkey in another pantomime various other animals being impersonated by him at dif portraying that useful beast on the stage WONDERFUL AND VERSATILE MAN To those who have ever witnessed a performance given by this master spirit of travesty thn Groat Lafayette an introduction is not necessary for they know that he is continually presenting something flue and unusually startling for the delectation of the thoatregoing public His portion of the programme during this engagement covers a very wide scope and shows his re markable and talented attainments first as a protean artist present ing lightning changes from one character to another in a seemingly impossible manner and constantly interjecting a vein of comedy which drives away the bewilderment of his audience before a wave of irre sistible laughter- In his impersonations of rioted composers he not only travesties these fatuous musicians from a point of faithful cnriuaturl but he presents each character su rounded by his own carefully selected con cert band of twenty soloists which adds materially to the exulting ex cellence of this portion of the per form anoo Fifty people and two oar loads of elaborate pharapliorualia are util ized in Lalayottes now version of tho Lions Bride and with its gorgeous scenic environments taken from Ingondory lore depict ing the love hate and ferocious jealousy of a colossal untamed lion and tho startling and aweinspiring denouement must bo soon to be ap preciated and while Mr Lafayette is tho predominating factor on this highly interesting programme the balance of the bill is replete with novelties including tho latest nov elty adapted by Mr Lafayette from Dr Cagliostros research for the mystic elixir of life tho travesty Embroideries and Laces Exceptionally line showing Exclusive patterns in Embroideries for Shirt Waists Special values in Embroideries for trimming Under Muslins For the MenS- HIRTINGS Cheviots Splendid quality 8c and IO- cMadrasNeat pretty patterns 124 to lime Fine assortment and styles W S FARMER thoI Steinbacks Baby Tender Us Our New on the Russian anarchist eral other surprises that this has been preparing and geniusI now complete This attraction comes to Capital Theatre Saturday March 10 It should be remembered that the cyclone scone in the Wizard of Oz comes at the very beginning of the play and that the curtain is up and this particular scene over shortly after 8 oclock A FRIEND THAT WAS A FRIEND Dont frownlook pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol Dys pepsin Cure Hon Jako Moore of Atlanta Ga says I suffered more than 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Ko dol It relieved me in one day and I now enjoy bettor health than for many years Kodol digests what you eat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belching etc Kodol strengthens tho digestive organs sweetens tho stomach and tumbles you to oat digost assimilate and enjoy whatever you like Sold by J W Gayle AN ADMIRABLE CHOICEI Under tho new law recently passed creating tho ollloo of Com missioner of the Court of Appeals rendered necessary by tho capacity of Judge Cantrill that court on Tuesday selected Hon John D Carroll of Henry county for tIll position Tills is an admirable appoint ment Judgo Carroll is a lawyer of flue ability and wide experience und will render admirable service Judge Carroll would adorn any bench upon which ho should sit J TIlE l I if E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky t THE STATE OF BREATHITT Breathitt county domes to the front with another strained condi tion of affairs The grand jury has presented in dictments against Hargis Calla han Abnor French and Smith These parties have been arrested and lodged in jail They swore Judge Riddell off of tho bench and the Governor will have to appoint a special circuit judge to try the parties The grand jury is investigating the assassination of Cockrell rod Cox and it is said that a vast deal of now evidence has been out and a number of other indictI ments and arrests will bo made Altogether the situation is strained to the snapping point A household neocssitv Dr Thomas1 Kclmjtrlc Oil Heap burns cuts wounds of any sort cures sore throat croup earn Irh asthma never falls IBLUE GRASS COMPANY r TH ACTION Lexington Ky Pec 1 1001 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from Ilit m to 0 p in except 11 a m 1 and S p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m except l2 noon and 0 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a in S and 10 p in Leave Gcorgeunvn for Lexington every hour from a in to 10pm except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p Car 14 carrying 111Iand trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8oO p in Leaves Georgetown at 10n m Leaves Lexington for Paris at llJ5a in Leaves Paris l4o p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school streetIE T Phono 010 Homo Phone 11201R T GUNS Manager l pt1I j 11 A1 Muslin Underwear The celebrated Lily Brand of well made Inder Muslin refined in styli Corset Covers 29c lisle oOc Skirts 50c to 150 Gowns oOc to 250 Carpets and Rugs This department is one of the beauty spots of our store for it n to ever homo lover CA RPEISIa new spring patterns MATTINGS Exeeptio null y choice styl- eRIUSIloom size fci to 25 Walking Chair Price 275 andR ROGERS SONS 5See in Building OLD TAYLOR ElIIEnI KENTUCKY WHISKEY lnaItion CllI1lhe DONT GET THE HABIT Indigestion is much oilnhabit Dont got the habit Takea little eutingIpalpitating and frowning Kodol Digests what you lat and makes the stomach sweet Kodol is a thorough digestant and will afford relief from any disorder due to im perfect digestion or malassimila thou of food Sold by J W Gayle A FOOLISH PLAN Tl n joy to eatI welcome my dinner hour Because I rout indigestion with August Flower indigestionIsystem catarrhal inflammation of the in testinal canal and numerous other ail theydoJIm bound in the bowels is a com mon expression of people who look misIpersistin i t JWhat a foolish plan when nature could AugustFlowerconstipation and all stomach ills thoIhcrsizes 350 and 75c All druggist IFill sale by W Gayle Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in Chi et February t HI06Sllb- jccl to change without notice For llealphisNest IUIIU A M and 614 P M Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Nor York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 PM Daily J3lyr i j Tne Fran iorfolla auuui KnU rtvl tit the jiosioilkt FIIII1kIIIt Kel LIuly ill tIJIHl1I Io nailohtc utiurr lEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAR 3 1906 0 = FARMEllS MKKTIXU Tho funnels of tho State ropro sonting 75 or 80 fomitius Hint in this city on Tuesday and continued in session for threo days Addresses of welcome by Gov Bookliani tho part of the Stato ml by Mayor Hume in behalf of the city wet delivered Col W J Stone of Kuttawa responded to those addresses Addresses of groat interest and full of information were delivered by Col los E Wing of Ohio Prof H Carman Stato Entomol ogist Pi of O W rice U S De partment of Agriculture Forestry Division 1rof Alva Ageo of Ohio Prof A M Miller State College President K Patterson State College Hon S C Lancastei Consulting Engineer of Public Roads Department US Prof A IM Seovell State College Dr W T Duwol I S Bureau of Plant Industry Hon Abo IJennick of Winchester Mr R R Hilt nor ol Eminence Mr C M Hnnna of Shelby county Prof Gr Ham mol U S Department of Animal Industry Prof A n Shammel U S Department Plant Industry Prof D I Duncan of Now York find others Groat interest was aroused and many helpful suggestions made It was a large and representative body of progressive farmers On Wednesday evening a banquet was served to the members by the Frankfort Business Mens Club It was a success from every point of view Tho following oflicers wore elected President H H Froman of Carroll First Vice PresidentMorgan- Hughes of Watren Second Vice President R lC Hart of Flemin- gSecretaryClareco Sale of Jef fersonTreasurer C 11 Hanna of Shelly Executive CommitteeG W Mc th0iei1S e Soil Impoverished soil like impov erished blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by analyzing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different productsIf blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it the rich red corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you iced a tonic but more likely you timed a concentrated fat food and fat is the element lacking lin your systemIThere is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimilated a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk and cream trail to do it Scotts Emulsion Is always the some mly aysl- palatable fold always where the body is wasting from any cause either in children- or adultsWe send you a sample free Be sure that this pic turo in the form of a label M on the wrapper of every bottle of Kniul Bion you buy SCOTT do 80WNE- CilEMISIS 409 Pearl St ew York 50e and 100IAll BtsI ems r4other Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Frey quent SpasmsI Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that medicines have cured my little girl of nineof spasms She commenced having theni at the age o three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits in a mild form lie did her no goodeither She was so nervous she could hardly As had already used Jr Miles Nervine and found it a remedy for myself I commenced living it to mv child gave her in nil ten notties of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and the has not had an attack since we menced the treatment She is no ComI troubled with nervousness and we crn her permanently cured I enclose her picI ture My mothcr in law lost her reason and was inane for three months from the effects of LaUrippc Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with Rood results We all thank you very much fur your goal medi tines and kind advice UTt think there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you maII see what a sweet little girl lives Arkansas MRS HANNAH UARKETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies bend for free hook on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Grow of Livingston Hugh Dnw son of Logan H C Lovelace of Nelson M F Johnson of JetTor son JI Hornby of Shelby Wm Kobb of Mason Caswcll Prcwitt of Montgomery DISTINGUISHED STATESMAN DIES Gon David U Henderson of Town formur Speaker of the House of Representatives in Congress and an able man died at his hone in Dubuquo on Sunday last Gen Henderson was a Scotch man by birth but hud lived in this country over since he wris six years of age Ho was a gallant soldier in the Civil War and lost a leg InI the army- HEAVIEST b OF THE WINTER On Monday night it commenced to rain about 730 oclock but soon turned into a fierce snowstorm which raged most of the night coy critic the ground to the depth of about six inches on a level and from two to three feet where it drifted Tho wind blow pretty hard all the while and about daylight drove the clouds away and the sun Chums out It was decidedly tho heaviest snow of the winter GALLANT SOLDIER IN 1WOI WARS CALLED Maj GOB Thos 1 Wood V S A retired died at his home at Columbus Ohio on Sunday lust Gon Wood was a Kentuckian by birth and was appointed to WRt Point from which ho graduated in time to servo on Gun Taylors stall in tho war with Mexico We give below a shunt sketch of this gallant old ninn- Columubs 0 Fell 2SpeelalMaj Gen Thomas Wood a survivor of the Mexican and Civil Wars am d Indian campaigns on the Texas and Kansas frontiers yield ed to old ago died at his home in Dayton this afternoon Jon Wood was a native of Munfordvillo ivy and on September 25 last cele hirtlHIIIrII the prominent battles in the Mex ican War and was breveted First Lieutenant for gallant conduct at Paiena Vista Ho was also with Gen Scott in Mexico In tho Civil War Gon Wood obtained the rank of brevet Major General Ho commanded a divi sion that participated in numerous battles in Tennessee Alabama and Georgia Ho was wounded at tho battle of Stones river curd again at the siege of A UalltaIGent Wood was a member of the Hoard of Visitors at West Point under tho Cleveland administra tion In 1902 he delivered an adI dross at West Point to tho survivors of tho Mexican War rlho burial will be at West Point Thursday Capt 0 W Merchant of this city served under Gon Wood in tho Regular Army + j t011rIt it tJPTtt MEETING OK1 SlTPHRINTENi ENTS DIVISION NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA TION Superintendents uf Schools Ic the mini bur of about li i0 met in National Association at Louisville on Ilwstll last Many oftho ablest and most distinguished educators of tho N tion sore present ami assisted very materially in solving many of tl knotty problems which uonfroi these longstilVorinn anti patient people in their arduous work of imparting the proper tralning to tho youth of tin country iJlwlo is no question but thai of the r liglou of tho Mas ter there is no galling upon which so much of responsibility for tl o proper training of tho young car ever bo devolved If tho youth of tile country bo trained to high ideals and intelli gent action upon those Moals tho country chill rest in security as to the outcome Therefore every encouragement should be given to the good men and women who have given their lives to this stupendous work Tho Association was an able body collectively and singly and much good is hoped for from Choir deliberations aca SOME OF THE TRIALS OF AN ARCTIC EXPLORER Anthony Fiala tho Arctic ox ploror whoso party had boon given up for lost when a message camo from Norway last summer saying that he had boon reached by tho relief shTerra Nova Is living quietly in Brooklyn content to accept the inclemency of a Now York winter which ho admits is much i lord trying with its heat and rain than tin good honost cold of the region around the Pole where it doesnt rain after it has made up its mind to snow Tho explorer however does appreciate earlagohis ship wrecked cut off from all communication with the world but still fighting across tho fco1 through the darkness to roach tho North Pole It is of these last efforts and of the fight to find sntn cient food to maintain life on tho chance of tho relief ships finding him that Fiala tells in the Conclusion of his chronicle of Two Years in the Arctic in the March Mo Clures At the beginning of the second year within the Arctic circle after tho relief ship had failed to reach the little colony alone in the great white waste dissatisfaction arose and the party scattered many re maining In idleness at Cape Flora to which they had gone in tune oxI pectation of mooting tho relief ship and sailing homo with it others were constantly in the fluid with dogs told sledges transporting provisions from cache to cache in order that all might not starve to death and Fiala was at Camp Ab rui preparing In tho face of all those discouragements to make mother determined eilort to reach tho Pole Tho condition of allairs could scarcely be matched in any other corner of tho globe it fur nishes a bit of study for sociolo gists primeval instincts camo toI tho surface and many things hap pened of which Fiala merely hints in his narrative Then after this hard winter ho sot out with two supporting parties and tho sledges to push north over tho rough for time Pole Perhaps the IcnI dramatic scono of tho entire is that of tho sixth day of the vance when Mr Peters in com mand of tho last supporting party in a tent on the ice urged Fiala to tutu bitch Plain was all for going on but Peters pointed out to him not only tho snallliko progress made so far but that to run tho risk of losing these sledges might mean the lentil of the mOil left at Abru77i lull Jackson Fiala yielded and led the way hack knowing that ho had failed Mothers everywhere praise Ono Minute Cough Cure for tho llav ings it has relieved and the lives of their little onos it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup inch whooping cough Makes bi entiling easy cuts out phlegm and draws out the inflammation It should bo kept on hand for immediate use Sold by J W Gaylo eJJSS8 Early Risers The famous little pINa Y r Pleasant to take Trde Laxative Syrup1i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And ho will tell you Laxative Fruits ana their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseonsness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows BlowersrHoes Forks i fScythesScythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches Ij FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality 1 The Leading Grocer rho Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand raderliSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place g j ff JOHN DRISCOLLj216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky N l r tailys Cone or 5re rtis art just what it horn ltlb when in leo condition Tonic blood purifier t vermifuge They are nrt food f medicine und the best In are to poi horse in prime condition Price Z cents per pnulcnite For sate by J W Gayle and LeComPte Gayle Illinois Central Seventh I River Louisville Nol Memphis N 0 Ltd No Leaves 940 m Arrives 745 a m Now Orleans Special No L MOl pm Arrives U5pm No Local Man L pmForElizabethtownHodgonvllieund Bmnday service to villa Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 480 m Ar ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to odcenvillo except on Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Dally soutnern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from i Lexington and Louisville TO4tSt Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 510 a m Lou isville 5100 n m Arrive St Louis t512 p Carrying vestibulod conches and CafeObservation Parlor a la carte through wi Loavo Lexington 580 ClrMealsjisville 1015 p JI1CnrryinCars and Pullman Sleaperithrou without change Reserve Sleeping CarBorths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave J WALTHAM WATCH ESN AREiCARRIED ALL OVER THE WORLD u Cases plain simple and ornate in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver tLEIIER FROM COL GAINES Fmnklorr Ky Fol 20 JIIonI To tltu Momhofri of tho house of liuprtisciitativos Fnuikfurt Gontlouion Tho uiHlfrsijriicil re spootfully iitul very earnestly pot thuonFriday ask you not to pass suih an unfair unconstitutional alHlItherefore undoinooratio I IH S of you to pass in IfmHI a real County Unit HOlil h as tho great inassos arc for ono in period harmony with the plain mandato of tho Con stittition and ono applicable to ovory county in our nlllfI wealth with no dovioo or futfo resorted to ln tho hope of pacifying the got people on the one hand and satretrin and con inlqultuusrother and in tho further hope of putting tho temperance question r out of politics as many say though all should be reminded of tho truth that such can not bo done until that question is settled honestly and right and according to tho demands of tho great ma peopleIn it would ho bettor not to enact any law on this question than to tho Sonata Substitute Hill which is now be fore your body This substituto bill relates wholly to tho manner of submitting tho to tho voters and contains absolutely nothing as to how the peoples will shall bo put into elloot after they have so voted It repeals section 2554 which likewise relates wholly anything whatsoever a ainRt the I precinct as tho controlling sub division the very feature that hits caused all the trouble loin con ten i tion in the past This substitute bill simply prevents a single pro pnrnteientire county or city votes It not kill a law whiuh continues a precinct cot that line theretofore assorted its right to sell liquor Road carefully section 2uO0 which is loft a law and which tho Senate Substitute does not repeal and it will be plainly soon that here- afterSTRONG holesfyb a si Again is what Mrs StovallofTilton Ga a said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds b of other weak women are being re to perfect IIstoredby this edy YOU may ba well if you will take It Indigestion causes nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes I the body and rebuilds the weak restoring health and strength Kodol cures I t Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belching heartburn and all stomach I disorders Digests What You Eat Dollrhottl this mach Wsl r ost du- Lucy rem organs Yrpna at th La1 ratarro180DWlttd iJ dwLb IEEPI4G A GOOD WATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers NI A SELJF3ERT-h qucstlont Dyspepsia at any oloctioiDhold for any county no matter if the majority therein votes against liquor yet it will ho lawful to soil liquor in city precinct whore previous to such uloutlon it majorityIthat election voWS against it Thus the precinct nowaK it will ho passedi5 InIunits are surely destroyed Why even tho Court of Appeals in tho Bottoms case when holding the precinct to bo the controlling division based their opinion onSUbI law in section 250 0 which the ate Substitute Bill does not now re pent Tho court sand As wo have soon under our law the vote of a county may bo permitted to control temporarily unless tho sub division hits theretofore assorted its right etc It will ho fully not to repeal this section 2500 Tho Cam mack Bill sought to do it but tho Senato Substitute Bill does not Second Tho Senate Substitute is not a genuine general County Unit Bill It does not male every county in tho State a unit It does make nil counties having sixth class cities whole units but all other counties having first to fifth class cities are not made units Section 01 of the Constitution says Tho General Assembly shall by general law provide a means whereby tho sense of tho peo plo of any county city town district or precinct may bo taken etc Row I ask does the Senate Substitute provide for flay county osIfor part of tho counties voting as whole counties viz counties hav ing sixth class cities Thus tho Senate Substitute does not provide for all counties as whole units It is therefore not a general law and is unquestionably unconstitutional I am told by many especially in tho Senate that it is not square nor democratic to allow the pooplo in the county outside of cities to nay what tho cities shall or shall not do and to protect that prin ciple is why tho Senate Substitute Bill requires cities of tho first class to well for themselves and the rest of the county outside of those cities to vote as a whole Notwith standing this claim and to show their utter inconsistency these same Senators flidIn the case ofI counties having sixth class cities vote to authorize those county plo to say what sixth class 01 tiesII shall do If it is right for having sixth class cities to vote as a whole why is it not equally nsI in lo for counties liar OIIwpart of tO pooplo ono way and tho rest of tho pooplo another way nor does democracy moan one thing for part of the people and another thing for all the others neither doos right and loyalty to the cause of tho groat common people permit you to attempt by the sumo law to shelter tutu protect the saloons and distilleries on tho ono hand anti tho good people of tho Common wealth on tho other the Senate of Kentucky to tho contrary notwlth standing HosIttfull NOEL G A INKS SE1t1OGSIY SHOT While Kirtley Hoekonsmith son of Mr John T Hookonsmith who lives about four and a half miles from tho city on the Peaks Mill pike wits out hunting on Saturday he sot his gun over the top of a stone wall when it exploded mangling three lingers on tho lads right hand and sunlit of tho shot took elloot in his breast and tom plo Drs C IC Wallace and G F Thompson woio at once summoned and attended to the lads injuries The fingers had to be amputated Ho is doing tolerably well Tho young man is a fine manly boy and wo regret to learn of his misfortune ltU W LETTER Jo ISJIIho following is a tised letters for the weekending March ii 150- 0Andrews WnlterIArmour Joe Bertram Miss AnnloIBush Mrs Cipher Dennis Dickorson H P owning Mrs Robert Dewall Mrs Annie English 11 T Ethington Miss Bessie Fall Jcnnio IPn noJ Laval B HIFowler J W Gaines Miss Fannies Gasolo Jacob Hodge Halo Granos IJoslioIHoehm Hobruks Calo Johnson Dr 11 J Kelly Oscar Kingdon Miss Bessie Kirby Ellen leo Miss Carrie McDowell Miss Claire 2 McKeny Mrs Mabel Messenger G C Mitchell Cnmpbnll- ondloton Mrs Quintilla Ponn Mattie Powers Fred J Robinson Miss Crlttenden Scottow B F Smith Cleveland Smith Mrs P B Stedman Miss Ophelia VirginiaWatson Wheeler D E Wilkinson D F Williams W O Wilson Miss Mamie Windioh A H Worland J N II1orsonsG L BARNES P M CASTZABears i3gnature ofI A FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Tho Southern Railway have in augurated free roclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 7i0 a 111I and 5 pm daily nod running solid to Evansville without oplrntosfruotrains from Loxington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis Tho Southern Railway is 28 miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansville nIl Ill miles tho shortest to St Louis THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coun try during tho period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a tow suggestions of how best to see includlugHnntfdian Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria cud Vancouver to tho Exposi tion City Americas virgin playground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City aud- Its great dead sea tho mines and sUbI1i1l10has over copied and to soo and roach all by tho most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay your to confer with a Moron Route Agent while in Louisville for his olllce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on tho subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tattoo telephone talks may help you Both phonos 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky j k j Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD r OSDHflLJE BITSY LINE BEIWEEX LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUISA SOUTHWEST t IS VIA t OlliSil1O llellosoll and St Louis Railway- HENDERSON ROUTE jC PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homcscokers Rates to Southwest nnd West first and third Tuesdays February and March Special Tourist Rules to Colorado Tex Mexico and New Mexico on sale doily until April 30th Limit to return May 01 1GSecondclass Colonist Rates to South west Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February and March 1105 ASK US FOR RATESIL J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHERIiTraveling Passenger Agent Rates to Culifor hilt and Northwest tickets on silo daiiv Peb lfth to April 7th DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats III Port Huron flu the Magnificent Sttameri of the Leaving foot o Madison Street Dallyat 015 after arrival oCmornlng trams Returning arrive Week Sundays r Fare to Detroit untimitedround trip arae Excursion to Detroit arid return Week Day Si Sunday 75C To 1t Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 5aoo meals and berth extra Special Rates 1o Societies Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Huffalo the Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 OJPJL e t ft j tt 7 = 4 WA rED District Manners to post signs advertise and distribute perdayprisLMit employment riEAL Stj= n = 1LnTrusty Trusses a AYe Mare fur a long time made a specialty of trusses AYe have an immense stock completeillofn truss can in justice to himself afford to overlook it or to deny himself the expe rience in fitting that we have gained through many years1practice An illfitting truss or one of faulty construction is of no more value than none so that it is to your interest ft to avail yourself of our iexperience both as to make and fit j illW1 GAY Druggist MoiCorner Ann cal 13roaltveytFrankfort lay 1 lorida j New Orleans Cuba reached in comfort via iDEaicuaar ROUTEAND SOUTHERN fto THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la January Solid Pullman Train Leavo CINCINNATI 035 T M LEXINGTON 1140 P MDlnlllponvlllo and St Augustine via nooga Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Leave CINCINNATI 890 1Daytml New leant via Clmttanooga Atlanta and Olrm gham Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Danvilla to New Orleans via Chattanooga and Birmingham also through Pullman t8uvunnahWinter tourist tickets now on salt at reduced rates For Intornutloa apply Chas W Zell D P Cincinnati Ii exlatoa lURBlBJO- qVlOlNNATJ a Jivj i h t A T1IIRSrAVhilWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMtNT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded Fences 4 No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made 4ofespecially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by IBugay Rugs All Kinds f I DEATHS SHOWALTER In Sholbyville on Sunday Mr A J Showalter aged jl years I Mr Showalter was the only brother of Mr W B Showaltor of this city MADIGANIn Canyon City Col Mr John Madigan formerly of this city of consumption Mr Madigan was formerly a popular clerk for Mr W S Farmer in this city The remains were brought here on Wednesday the funeral services conducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd by Rev Father T S Major after which the remains were laid away in the Catholic CemeteryPORTERJn Paris Tenn on Sunday February 18 Mrs Mar- garetr D Porter aged 69 years Mrs Porter was the daughter of the late Mr Robert Mills and wife and born near the Forks of Elk horn this county She was a cousin of Messrs W J tend W H Lewis of this county I and city of the Blanton family of this She Was an earnest devoted Christian woman a member of the Baptist Clinch She was a great sufferer for a lfnri time and bore the pain v 1tu patient cheerfulness She leves a fine family of seven tons and two daughters to mourn her death 41omany of the older people of this city and county she was well known JONESAt his home at JettsII this county on Wednesday Mr W Sherman Jones aged 40 years of of pneumonia Mr Jones was born in Fleming county January 1806 he came i to this county some 22 or 23 year- since A number of years ago t was married to Miss Birdie hWebster of this county who to- surfIn all the relations of lifoas sou brother husband father and friend Mr Jones was a model He was a devout Christian a member of Grassy Springs Christian Church Those who know him best loved ii him most Earth is poorer and dispellmtionIThe funeral services were con y ducted by Rev J K P South on Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock and the remains were laid to rest in our cemetery The sympathy of a large circle of desolatof10 CURE A FELON Phillipsvwith Buuklens Arnica Salve and tho salve will do the rest Quick est cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25u at all druggists Guaranteed QUEER SPOT IN IRELAND Among the many odd nooks and corners anti crannies of the auld emerald isle is Carriokarede on the Great Northern railroad of Ireland It is an isolated rook sep p C SOWER CO aratcd from the mainland chasm feet wide and more tlmn- Ji foot deep and it is at this place that the salmon are intercepted in their retreat to the rivers A rude bridge of ropes is thrown across which remains during the fishing season and this bridge which is protected by a single rope rail swings about in tho most uncom fortable manner often rendering it a dangerous feat in stormy weather save to the natives who cross it with the utmost indiileronce 1ho name is derived from Carriga ram h ad h the rock in the road on account of time intercepting of the salmon Near by on the west silo of the island is a cavern in which have been found tho bones of horse ox deer sheep goat badger water rat and of several kinds of birds WELL WORTH TRYING W H Brown the popular pen sion attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to a pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings Now Life Pills Ho writes They keep my family in splendid health Quick cure for Headache Consti pation and Biliousness Jioc Guar anteed at all druggists IN A HURRY Rev Kong Yin Teb of Honolulu was describing in Philadelphia the horrors of leprosy An American a tourist sup pose is almost afraid to look at a leper is not he a Baptist minister asked Indeed ho is afraid said Mr Yin Tob smiling Does lie run away Well Mr Tob replied I wouldnt quite like to say lie runs away but he retreats pretty briskly If you saw him going for a doctor at that speed you would be alto thatssickeCA STORxABears the A Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood t Cerate ointment for the skin TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the ShorilV of Franklin County Ky recommend to the public Smiths Agriculture Liniment as an excellent remedy for Rhmima tism Bruises Backache Strains Old Sores Poisonous Bites Soreness through tho Lungs Sure Throat Diphtheria and tho like having used it in my funnily yearsYours very truly forI 22Bm R C HIEATT LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all tho latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEPORT Main Street Opposite Engine House 3tfWA Two moon in each county to represent and advertise hardware department put out sam ples of our goods etc Traveling position or oilico manager Salary 00 per mouth cash weekly with all expenses paid in advance We furnish everything THE COLUMBIA HOUSE Chicago Ill Dept 010 234 Fifth Ave 244t J MARRIED EEVEIJBnGRIFFJ YIn this city on Wednesday Mr John Peeveler and Miss Mamie Griiloy wore married LACEFIELDHUTCHISONIn this city on Wednesday Mr John W Lncofield and Miss J F Hutch ison both of Shelby county were married by Rev Dr M B Adams BE SURE TO READ IT Messrs R Rogers Sons have an advertisement in todays paper These gentlemen are thoroughly reliable gentlemanly and prompt If you need anything in the line of furniture carpets mattings stoves etc give them a call Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Bnceeisf nl treatment for blood and ekln dbcue SPECIAL JUDGES Governor Bookham has apopinted Judge 7 L Dorsey of Henderson to sit in the Hargis French Calla han cases in Breathitt county He has also appointed Judge H G Botts of Owenton special judge to try Curtis Jett at Cynthiana- Dr Weayer Treatment Syrup for the blood i Cerate for akin eroptirai SECOND YEAR CLASS BANQUET The scholars of the second year anientortainment lhursIdaQuito a nice chair was made of it The class is a large and unusually attractive one A dose in time saves lives Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup natures remedy for coughs colds pulmonary diseases of every sortIe The appeal for volunteers in the great battle of life in exterminating ignorance and error and planting high on an everlasting foundation the banner of intelligence and right is directed to every member of this department would you hunt grant it audience Lot no cloud weightIwreathed destined to grace thy brow Burst tho trammels that impede thy progress and cling to hope The world frowned darkly upon all who have ever yet woo fames wreath but on they toiled Place high thy standard and with a firm trend and fearless eye press steadily onward Persevere and thou wilt surely reach it Are there those who have watched unrewarded through time long sor rowful years for tho dawning of a brighter morrow whoa the weary soul should calmly rest Hopes bright rays still illume their dark pathways and cheerfully yet they watch Never despair Faint not though thy task be heavy and vic thineW Early Risers The famous little pills a Dr Weaver Treatment Bjnp purlf the blood Cerate heals skin ernptioa ij 11i t k1 l ir Hardware Merchants Both Phones 307309 Main St IJIFEIIts a significant fact that time strongest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lunirs Powerful lungs moans powerful creatures How to keep the breath ing organs right should be nines chiefost study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Throe bottles of Dr Kings Now Disco ery stopped my cough of two years and cured mo of what my friends thought consumption 0 its grand for throat curd lumr troubles Guaranteed by nil drue gists Price oOo and 100 Trial bottle free ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cars BuffetLibrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi cago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of New Orleans The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts of tho South includingNew Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb ruary 27 00 Gulfport is a Mexi can Gulf Coast resort having the new flume Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from New Orleans for Mexico Cen tral America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for de scriptive matte r in regard to tho aboveHavana via New Orleans IHavana Cuba is host reached Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and tho new ocean liner twinscrew nlnoj teenknotS Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wednesday 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 from Cincin nati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Oar Line St Louis to SlloplngI via Nashville AtlantaMexico California Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Control and Now Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whltcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 2ttd for Mexico and Cali fornia tho last to include stopover at New Orleans for the Mardi Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinat lug trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion ears h 011100HIVia Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above cnn be had of agents of conueetinglinesundersigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati- F W HARLOW D P A Louis Memphis villeJOHN A SCOTT A G P A A H HANSON Pp M ChicagoSICtAl Chicago VANTEDBy Chicago and mail order house wbolesalejmanager man or woman county and adjoining Salary 20 and expenses weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experience required Write at once for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed envelopeCOOPER CO Lag Lake St Chicago 111 1312t t f n Fine Trains rp TO FLORIDAVI- ASOllllEllN RAILWA IAND QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibule coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 85O a m and St Augustine 10 a mr next day without change Dining Car servos all meals en route Florida Special leaving Louis vine 745 p m carries observation sleeper dally except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At lama arriving Jacksonville 860 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ers Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Cur serves all meals en route Via time Land of the Sky Pull man Sleeper loaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knoxville where connection is t made at J85 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashe- Ville Columbia and Savannahtaarriving Jacksonville 0 a m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Good returning until May 31st are now on sale daily at low rates VARIABLE TOURS Going yin Ashvillo and Land of the Sky mud Sapphirn Coun tryIand returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or vice versa For thoILand of Skv Winter Homos other handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc ad dress agent of tho Southern Ry or C rLouisvilleG B ALLEN A G P AM St Louis W C RINE ARSON G P A Q C Route Cincinnati O Dec HOt April 1 Its tho little colds that grow big colds the big colds that consumption and death Watch little colds Dr Woods intOlPino Syru- pKILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCSf rNewFOR cONSUMPTION PrfceI J Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK j jn jt tit J i rM1i fIi r II tSaturday Is A Special Remnant Sale New Muslin Under wear Silk LinedKid Gloves Golf Gloves 4r K ffc ttS ftk ttfL U a q ni fJ R f TWv XXrDlMfvt KNWl1MINafawtfiAAYV3AtfYc tTuIIUJILrr tat NATURES METHOD Kicker Vlio Was Only Kpenklu jfuuorallv About Teeth Its funny about a persons tooth remarked tho mot who had ordered soup and chicken hash for his lunch At least it isnt so blamed funny as its curious You take the teeth and the finger nails for instance Well said tho man opposite- A nuns linger nails grow dont they Certainly So does his hair Well whats tho use We dont need our hair or our finger nails not more than a certain length any waybut they keep sprouting right along just as if wo did and just as long as wo live Oh I dont know said tho other man passing his hand over the top of his head Well your finger nails do anyway nut you just got your one crop of tooth and theyve got to ale you Theres nothing more coming to you I always undorstond there woro two baby tooth Thats so But thats only another instance of tho foolishness of the whole arrangement How do wo start in Without any tooth at all Then we begin cutting em They worry us night and day and make us drool all over our bibs so that we rust have our white dresses changed every few hours and they wake us up at night so that our parents have to carry us around and sing to us and give us soothing syrup that makes morphine fiends of us in after life and not only that NO MAN IS STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH Lot tho greatest athlete have dyspepsia and his muscles would soon cal strength Is derived from food If a verted into nutrition through tho stum ach toad bowels It depends on tho strength of tho stomach to what extent iood eaten Is digested and assimilated People can din of starvation who have abundant food to oat when tho stomach mid Its associate organs of digestion ganof tho hotly If the stomach Is weak the body will bo weak also because It Is upon thin stomach tho body relies for its strength And as the body considered as a whole Is mado np of Its several mem bers and organs so time weakness body as a consequence of weak stomI ach will bo distributed among tho or gans which compose tho If tho body Is weak because it Is illnourished that physical weakness will bo found in all organs heart liver kidneys etc Tho liver will bo torpid und Inactive giving rise to biliousness loss of appetite weak nerves feeble or Irregular action of heart palpitation dizziness hettdachc backache cud kindred disturbances and t weaknesses Mr Louts Pare of Quebec writes For years after my health began to fall my scud grew dizzy ayes Valued me anti my stomach was soru all the time while everything I would eat would seem to lie heavy like lead on my stomach Thu doctors claimed that It was sympathetic trouble duo to ilysix psla and prescribed for me and although took their powders regularly yet felt no Imtter My wife advised mo to try Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery and stop taking the tor medicine Situ bought mo a bottle and wo soon found that began to Improve so I treatment took on Hush my tUJfll ecaine normal thudlKcstlvu organs worked perfectly and soon began to look like adlttVrent person can never cease to be grateful for what your medlclnu has donu for uiu and certainly give it highest praise Dr Pierces medicines recommended to be Just as good Common Sense Medical Adviser A I book of 1008 pages Send 21 ono cent Pierce Main Street Buffalo N I Ja Li1L On from 11 to 12 a m and from 8 to 9 pm we will sell one lot of Red Calico at 3c IJ SD JOHNSON coJ cropsYes strengthIf dutythus Ullllygrubbingdealor yinI stampsfor Saturday times disorder our little stomachs nml send us Into convulsions from which wo ftoqiuMitly die Whtt Ask mo something easy tt That keeps up for about two years und having gone through with all that youd suppose a kid might ho provided with teeth for life Hut no The last stomach tooth is hardly in before the first front tooth begins working loose And thou theres toothache The first toothache My land Thor your mouth gets filled with salt or tho teeth do mind cloves art wedged in them and cotton hutting soaked with oresute that takes time skin all oil tho inside of your mouth and camphorated ohloro form and all manner of stun You go through tho mental anguish of having a string tied to some ous pill or incisor and to the handle ofI a door You are taken to tho donI tist and obliged to use a Then the new teeth come and they have to bo straightened Then it is noticed that one has begun to decay and it is scooped out and inlaid with precious metals Others follow Then como tho drilling and filling of the back teeth ulcurn tion desperation distraction and extraction One by one they are crowned bridged buttressed and otherwise repaired until at tho ago of forty perhaps fifty or sixty anyway with twenty or thirty good years of life before hima Ulan is practically toothless after having troubled more or less all his days Now I claim nature is dead wrong thorn tooth ought to grow like hair as fast as they are worn oiltell fingernails then keep forgetting you are bald Tooth are to tho majority simply a nuisance and an expense Why dont you have the snags out and an artificial set put in and have done with it Havent you got tho nerve Snags Mo Why man I could bite the end of a tonpenuy nail and how it like gum never had a toothache or lost a tooth in my life Im speaking generally tt PROGRAM UNION YOUNG PEOPLES MEETING How Can the Young People of Frankfort Rest Servo tho Cause of ChristEphesians 1118 I By supporting our Church work a Financially- b Spiritually II Ry Loyalty to Christ In a School Life h Social Life te Business Life III Ry Using All Talents God Has Given Us Sunday afternoon parch 4 8 oclock First Presbyterian Church Union Service of tho Young Peoples Societies of the city SENATOR ELECT PAYNTERS BANQUET Judge Thos H Pay n tor U S Senator elect has issued invita tions to a banquet to bo given at thu Capital Hotel on Tuesday oven lug March 0 1000 Judge H S Barker of tho Ap pellate Court will be toastmaster and that insures a happy time for those who attend i fiP Below wo quoto u tow of our regular JleuordbreakinK prices ConwIand soc for voursolf le for one Paper II tit Pitts lo for Curd Hooks and Eyes 2o for one Roll Tape 2o for a Papw Pins ole for holt Feather Stitched Braid lv for one dozen Safety Pins lie for Good JTair Brushes 4c for Box of Hair Pins fu a card for Pearl Button 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton iCCiiIEfJWIn UAAI FELGOU5ASCiN iRCIBov A B Chiiin time pastor being away Rov Alexan der Patterson of Reattyville will preach at a m anti 7i p m Lenten service at 4 oclock p in on Monday Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Also service at 7 p m on Wednesday and Friday Teachers Meeting at 713 on FritI lay evening The public cordially invited attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M IJ Adams D D time pastor will preach at a m and 750 p m Sundayschool at 1145 a m in time chapel Baraoa Class at 045 n m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 045 p m in tho chapel Lender W S Rossen- Topo Worship It Prnormoeting on Wednesday nightat 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C U Hudson tho pastor being at tho bedside of his father at Franklin Ind there will be no preach ing on Sunday Tho Lords Supper will bo ob served at a Sundayschool at S50 a m in tho chapel Christian Endeavor Society moots at 545 in the chape- lPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 n m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov J MoC Blaynoy D D will preach at a m anti 780 p SUlldajschoolnl S80 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at IBO p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ill at 7rfO p Visitors cordially welcomed METHODS CHURCHRov 7 O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 04i p m Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PR ES B YTER IA N OH URHRev Win Crowo pas tot will preach at a m and 780 oclock Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 580 p mPrayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend OWl THE RIGHT RIND If you are troubled with Piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salvo but be sure ot that emetic by B C DeWitt CoI Chicago It is the original If you have used Witch Hazel Salvo lunhIablomany worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Sold by J W Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat al f I liL oe for six nice Hat Pins lot for best Talcum Powder 5c for Wash Rags lOc for Dress Shields lOc for Taffeta Ribbons 4c for Corsets worth H to 125 IOu SOl now Wash Silks rc for best Calico k for Laces and Embroideries 5e for Apron Gingham mi ik body been oil UI uw a t lYS1Lt10Ofi f1lMMlrilUJatOSM1LYf1YtiOLaA YYISJ t st raRB Wi rJnt Tho Lfailinu Newspaper oir I lie Blue GVJU The Lexington Herald I FOR 500 PER YEARIf paid in ad mice on or before January 15th 06 Regular Rates 6 Per Year =FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS iiUiunlo = Comic Supplement antI Dooleys Letters for 00 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 Address IThe Lexington Herald Co Lexington Ky Roundabout and Herald for one year in advance 8575 REVENUE TAXES Deputy Collector Grant J Fob orts collected internal revenue taxes for the month of February as follows i 563 barrels JS041 SIO tax gallons 1107S45DS amount of taxes CLIMATIC CeHBSI The influence of ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The Pour patient und the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest anti the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing tho greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and mogul burly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there tho few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial hottlo iJoc regular size 75c At all drug gists yr gI IMPORTANT CHANGE OF 1H TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st tho fol lowing changes in time of Southern Ry trains will become ellectivo No now leaving Louisville at 780 a m will depart at S a m No 9 now leaving Louisville at 8i 0 p111 will depart at 880 p m No now leaving Louisville at 75 p m will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Lexington at 1510 a m will depart at 545 a m No a now leaving Lexington at 580 p m will dopart at 5 p m Corresponding changes will bo passenIgorsshould consult ticket agents for complete information AIgenuineLaxativethe remedy that euros a cold IB oae day 41 t il 0HEAP RATE To New Orleans told Mobile Account of Mardi Gras One faro plus 2n cents for the round trip Tickets on stile February 21 to 25 Extreme limit March IIi For full particulars apply j toj C W HAY G P A Jnny HIto F 25 vvvvv New Fast Tra- inCokrado TO UTAH AXDI f PACIFIC effect Suiulnv May The now t 04SillI leave St Louis a pointshItOThrough sleeping car service for SanFran sou Excursion tickets now on sale For further Information call on or address R T 0 MATTHEWS Tray Puss Alt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo r 50 YEARS EXPERIENCI 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS t COPYRIGHTS AcBonding a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion on Invention probably lions ttrictlyconadentlal on Patents lent free Oldest for aecurlnaputents- Patents taken through Mann Co recelTi tptttol notice without charge In the Scientific American handsomely lllnst rated weekly Jar eLt c- lrte of any sclontldc Journal Terms imonths Sold by all newsdealer YorkBranch a f THK WIZARD OK OZ f The Whaml of Oz with nil Its pretty girls clover comedians and f dazzling stae clients will bo soon l nt Capital Thoatro noxt Tuesday i1huclt ti It will bo with regret it ever becomes nooossary that the American publlo will bid farewell rto The Wizard tho Scarecrow Tin Woodman Dorothy Gale I Trixio Trytlo and nil the other ftchnrnotlm which have niado this ono of tho most popular attractions ifiof tho day Seldom is an outer tainment devised that contains so many elements of as does i this oxtravafjana Music anti mirth are most happily blended and added to this Tho Wizard is one of tho best scenic produc seen in a long tune Two unique oharaters are the Tin 1Hons and the Scarecrow and are most wonderfully por by Stone and N Ice and it would ht Geed bo hard to imagine t any other comedians playing the parts butter No prettier chorus will ho soon in a local playhouse for a long tine and it is a matter of comment wherever The Wiz anti plays that all the girls are able to sing anti dance as well as to look beautiful and wear charming costumes becomingly Among the scenic effects the cyclono scone and the snowstorm are the ones most talked about although these are only two of tho many startling features in this department Written for the Roundabout THE COURTESY OF FRIEND SH r I An intimacy based on mutual es teem must bo kept within the k bounds of reasonable regard and also the bonds of a gentle sympathy consistent with this persona interest Such a condition precludes any and all shunts all make believes or any semblance of ego tism or hypocrisy on tho pnrt of either confidant whereby tho corn fort or the happiness of the indi vidual may be hampered or de stroyedIt a divinely appointed priv liege to have a friend One in whom you have implicit trust and confidence in whom you place your very life and its secrets and the sweetness of counsel the pleas antness of converse the restfulness of decision make and prepare a vantage ground of indissoluble regard us fragrant as the perfume of violets as true as tho blue vault cf heaven as unbreakable as tenth There are likes and dislikes arising intercoursermay change of ideals these firebrands of testimony being frequently tho cause of heartache whereby tho loss to the individual is an added grievance inimical to growth The first evidence of a living vitality in tho earlier years of aI platonic friendship appear in sing core trust for each others welfare a really pressed composition of de tacked activities shown in many forms of unselfish service The right to sot up a standard of moral excellence the privilege of religious or political opinions tIe de termined fiat of pronounced person ality without a sign of avowed dis agreement In fact to lot your friend bo as impartial and as individual as you yourself dared to ho- The second qualification of such a condition implies trust in every particular Never to Impute a r harsh discrimination or a disloyal act to ono you h more precious than any earthly treasure and the third attribute consists in a perfect faith which is immovable anti as agesI tho aphorism Its fervor is questioned its bincerity abrogated maul unless perforce ono has the courage to advocate in tho face of indis potable statistics tho certainty of such a virtue there must arise a pOrlnanentIFriendship between women is more beautiful if possible than between tho sterner sox dospito thu charm of sacred story wherein David and Jonathan lived as divine inhah itants heart to heart und face to faceThe courtesy of fraternal sym pathy Is a distinct feature in this picture of pathetic human nature and ones heart responds to the ex clamation of that sweet sinter of Israel who eulogises the excel lenses of his departed friend in lan guage unmistakabe I am distressed for thee my brother Jonathan very pleasant hast thou boon unto me thy love to mo was wonderful passing tho love of womou1 All tho disappointments of worldly ambitions were swept aside in the distress of such a condition every desire seemed to be merged in the peon of anguished loneli ness and ono can but admire time fervency of its beauty the sweet noss of expression anti the purity of its sentiments Beware of tho person who boasts of standing alone devoid of friends He or she will Provo tho opitomo of ness and the harbinger of OlfiSh1 mism Let us teach the tho value of friends and tho wis djm of selecting comrades or com panions for tho journey through this life- Teach thorn to cherish old friend ships as well as to appreciate old friends These tried and true help ers are as essential to true living as the air ono breathes without them life becomes sordid and the wandering exile a shipwreck at sea The politeness of friendship insures tho sacrodnossot n right conception to all its amenities limo treasure trove caught on tho crest of near ness and fearnoss as time scot ex presses itnnd blessed are those who dating to espouse tho old fashioned ideals clasps the hand of his or her friend and says It I would dare to tie to save my friend alivo N S COX THE REST SAFEGUARD The best safeguard against headache constipation and liver troubles is DeWitts Little Early Risers Keep a vial of those famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bed time when you feel that tho stomach and bowels need cleansing They dont gripe Sold by J W Gnyle NEW BENEVOLENT ORDERI BUFFALOS There Is the old saying that there is nothing new under the sun but it is not always so There is a stew benevolent order which has recently arisen A delegate will shortly come to this city to insti tute a Herd of Buffalos exIThe Benevolent Order of Buffaloes was organized under the laws of Virginia October 4 1904 The essential motive is the unique FiFpriIand bad The first two words B U F F A L O and B 1 S O N estab lish the relation between the Order and its emblem viz the Buffalo or Bison of the plains B U F F A L O signifies tho fraternal or moral forces of human nature as defined by the words from whence it is derived and B 1 S O N signifies the character of men guided by the forces of B U F F A L O O L A F F U B signifies tho immoral forces of human nature as defined by tho words from whence it is derived lime word is pro nounced Olaffub accent on the second syllable It will bo observed that the letters of tills word are the saute as in Buffalo except that they am exactly reversed It will also ho observed that B U F F A L O expresses tho fraternal uplift of human nature and 0 L A F F U B the pelflsli downfall lime victory of B U F F A 1J O is Human Liberty expressed in tho word B 1 S O N The vie tory of O L A F F U B is the slavery of total depravity tines it will ho seen that tho entire capacity of human nature is covered and its antagonistic forces in their struggles with Conscience defined O B is tho Hollo Bob of greeting among members limo highest conception of H U F F A L O perhaps is that it is a moral science furnishing a shortcut by an analysis of tho essential forces or primary impulses of human conduct by which a quid judgment be reached as to tho course to be pursued to best realize tho solid enduring satisfactions of life or In other words A short but strenuous course In Ira ternalism It may bo said therefore that the Benevolent Order of ilti hubs is a fraternal school of that moral science in the teach ilg of which now brothers learn to rio tho buffalo across the short and to use quick cutI their choice between tho tions of fraternalism and Liberty and time allurements of OlaiTuh and SavoryIts are purely Benevolent anti Social After its organization actual do velopment did not begin until in March lOOi Since that time tho Order has spread over Virginia North Carolina and West Virginia nnd into Kentucky and Ohio Many places in tho last two States mire now circulating petitions for a Charter Cincinnati will soon have a mem bership of several hundred Hum ilton Dayton anti Springfield 0 Newport anti Covington Ky and Richmond Ind will all bo instituted within tho noxt few weeks Atlanta Ga Birmingham Ala Memphis lemma have each asked for an organierand thus tho Order is spreading over the country The First Annual Mooting of tho B O B was hold in Richmond Va November 22 and 23 lOOt The next meeting will bo hold in Cincinnati Tuesday August 2 ino Cincinnati Herd No 10 is therefore anxious to make that mooting a big success Time phenomenal progress the Order has made is largely duo to tho liberal press notices it has received both associated and local wherever time Order has spread The greatest of 3aro has been taken in the personnel of tho Order everywhere lime method of pro coedure is to first secure a few thor ough representative neon popular leaders to whom all petitioners must bo acceptable Hives are a terrible torment to tho little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Deans Oint mont never fails Instant relief permanent cure At any drug store 50 cent- sWANTEIMen women boys and girls to represent MoClures Magazine Good pay Address 07 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Loss OF SLEEP Toe Simile Signature of III NEW YORK EXACT COPYoY WBAPPEB- Ex Sun f of AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER IMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 1NO2 ILe8o NO4 Dally IIAM Leave Stations Daily Sun 225 745 605 810 825 Winchester BSO ass 018 Clay 489 406 023 Stanton 828 i4ro485 954 Natural Bridge 440 1008 Torrent IWtI BAT 511 1029 Beatty villo Junction 82 610 1180 625 225 Trains No and daily except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday Trains Nos and inuke close connection at Junction for points tho IK Nos and connect at Junction with tho Its Ry for idt Sterling Trains No and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with tho LA Ky for Beattyvillo and local CHARLES SCOTT General Manager OHIO AND No DailyEx INo IA M Lve M AMAr PM Jackson 1120 Junction 1125 Wilhurat 1162 tMHampton 1168 122 Hefochawa 1228 Cannel 1245 NOfl and will connection at Junction with Nos points Lexington Eastern CONLEY SOLID IN MEANS Free Chair Cars and St COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS HATES TO THE WEST ANn If you a trip or a change of location in tho near fu tho Henderson Route Habit It is tho line and aI train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At lost givo us tho of naming you rates We Imvo tho tho train service tho free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT J H IRWIN Trav Pass At Gen Pass Agt KY- VVVV fftr CASTORIA For and the- Signature I BoughtL CASTORIAV THI IM JLt11 Dally Ex Bund No1 IEx AM Ar 0 Lexington0 1010I IJackson 3 3 O K on O RyTrains 8 L E 0 0 8 statio- nJRBARK G P A KENTUCKY RAILWAY IMI 1NoSI Stat1omI No Ex No8- Ex City Mts = P LyeI Arl o 980 285 0 fI25 280 O K 885 843 158 880 152 128 510 mI IZ2 518 fOI 105 City 545 make close O a K a und fo7 on thu and L Superintendent COMFORT TRAVEL Henderson Route Reclining on all Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points Louis SOUTHWEST contemplate turouGot comfortable comfortable opportunity equipment GALLAGHER L J HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE t Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I TheI Kind You Have Always LEXINGTON 2I IPMI RailwayM TUB Bears Queen and OrescentRoute Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGE TOWN CINCINNATI CHATT ANOO G A ATLANTABIRMINGIIAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKSq TPA 89 Main Street Lexiigton Kentucky r t