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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 THE PRAMFOBT ROUNDABOUT ji1 GKO A Lights Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL ANT SOCIETY NEWS TKKMS 8100 In Advance I I YOL XXIXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAR 10 I9Cc NO 27 1 = II AlLiacLiveOxfordslhlee1t fIn women These three selected because they are especially now multi charming Laird Schober Go Ribbon Tie ttjdross low Shoe made of patent calf very light arid flexible turn sole plain toe anti military heel wide silk laces large eyelets price 500 l The New Pump J pattt season on and the ease with which they are put OIL Our Pump this season docs not slip at the heel t 350 Patent Colt Oxford lOnostyle with two large eyelets the other with throe very wide laces Elot h with flexible turn soles and medium heels = Re K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAiR ST FRANKFORT KY ITS YOUR KIDNEYS Dont Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles A Frankfort Citizen Shows How to Juro Them Many peoplo novor suspect their kidneys If su luring from lame weak or aching back they think r Unit it is only It muscular weak ness when urinary trouble sots in they think it will soon correct Itself And so it is with all the other symptoms of kidney disol ders That is lint where the laU ger lies Von must euro theso r tioubles or they lead to diabetes 01 rights disease Tue bast remedy to use is Doans Kidney Pills It i cures nil ills which aro caused by weak or diseased kidneys Frank a fort popple testify to permanent cures HIJhtk says Tlie dragfrintr down pains III the small of my had were terrible At night snllered most fairly dreaded often to go to bell t for the aohing after I limy down was r more than an ordinary mortal should bo called upon to endure I uould hardly lie my back at rtall and if I attempted to turn to either side Sharp twinges caught in the small ot my back und as a result have lain aawko fur hours snllering torture arising in tho morning more tiled than when f I wont to hell A weakness of tho kidneys the secretions being irreg ular and distressing had bothered 42 mo ever since i was a child Not until leurned about Doans Kid i ney Pills and procured a box IttI- 1v Gayles drug store was I able to find anything that would give me relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened tilt aching until r it stopped and good sound re freshing sloop followed The dilli tf culty with tlie kidney secretions was also greatly relieved As a k 20115110rablytbefore I commenced the use oft Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price f 0 coats FosterMil burn Co Unf r falo N Y sole agents for the fUnltml States- Remembertir the name Doans and take no othol C4jl tcnvm FRANKLIN COUNTYS CANDIDATE A BOOST t i Miss Pruo Hunt Brnwnor real izing that silo could not win in ftho Courier Journals European Trip Contest tho voto from this il county being divided has with drawn in favor of Miss Hattie i St f tj Scott tho handsome laughter of Col las A Scott Now then let everybody put their votes in thick and fast in favor of this popular young Franklin county girl A long pull a strong pull and a pull altogether und Miss Scott will win 0 THE JVRHATH OF LIFE Its a significant tact that tho strongest animal of its Igorijla also has tho largest IIIIII Powerful lungs moans powerful creatures How to keep the breath ing oigans right should bo minis ch infest study Like thousa Is of others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Williams 0 huts learned how to do this Silo writes Three bottles of Dr Kings Now Discov ery stopped my cough of two yours and cured me of what my friends thought consumption 0 itsgrand for throat and hint troubles Guaranteed byalldrui lrlnllbottloINCH K A SKD CAPACITY Owing to the increased demand for Old Taylor Bottled in Bond Whisky the firm of K II Tay lor Jr t1 Sons havo been com polled to increase tho capacity of their distillery They are now mashing 150 bushels of grain daily C STORJ8Boars Signaturo of t BITS X L11 U HSEI Tho Fire Committee of tho City Council purchased front Mr Chapman his fine young buggy horse for use in the lire depart ment The animal was given uI trialIon Monday lust mull took to his work liko a duck to water CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Slsnaturn of I RIGHT DOWN TO BUSINESS Mayor Woods of Richmond a Winner in His Fight Soon after his induction into office as Mayor of Richmond Mr Clarence K Woods instituted an investigation of the citys finan cia status Just about the time that the oxpert accountant Mr Garland had begun to make a good find by some moans the investigation was stopped 011 the ground of economy it being assorted tllUtlitho result would not justify tho expense Mayor Woods II got busy right away and at last hits succeeded in getting the City Council to order the good work to reopen and proceed to a finish We give below a card which Mayor Woods has issued to tho people of the city It evidently shows that somebody is trying to cover up something Here is the cardI am indeed glad that the investigation of the affairs of Rich mond is to continue to completion and that a system of bookkeeping will introduced so that tax ay ors clan find out without the aid of an expert accountant hereafter whore and how and for what pur pose jI111000 of taxes are annually expended in this city Under the resolution adopted last night by till Council the Mayor is empowered to employ Mr llrlandofLexington or any expert whom the littler may recommend sub lnYlIrhoa lump sum which would be paid for time full completion of the work above outlined 1 have already gotten in touch with my mUll Mr Garlands engagements preventing him from resuming huborluusiyhhought beginning to see daylight when ho was stopped on the plea of economy probnulyMIntbegun two months ago our export wont to work not like an exam 1II inor usually does with hooks wide open before him hUt lika him ney sweeper climbing around in lityhallthe records That representedilit expenditure of half a million of the peoples money What did ho find Chaos Ilubbi h Dirt Fragments of information he dugout of till wreck but missing minutes of the Councils for all years prior to OS were not li be found stubs of vouchers g atered checks changed lillfiilusion where there should have been order bonds ot city officers gone receipts for money paid out 1ttle cir s uttond eojiinrd and missingIJtogetlwr That is what this administration had to examine And because a liuite being could not squooo out a tall and truthfulIreport from tlie wreckage in a specified time lie was sent away and tin eflortmado by some people hero to discredit the whole investigation Some people wont so fur as to actually threaten to sue the Mayor for paying out the salary of Mr mr lan 1tiS fur as hWCHIt Let that myImndwhere Ican force restitution to the taxpayers for thousands and if there is to ho any suing I am in tho game right now But their talk and bluster is a told blulV Intl1call it I am willing to bury the past but I refuse to IP buried with it To think that the people of Richmond havo been paying f per minute taxes for toll years amounting to nearly 5ooooO and that they dont want to pay thIand I know the cheapest of all in vestments in any establishment is a wellkept set of books What merchant denies that and how peidtrnnlcash register simply to keep their little allairs square This is an age of it11 t iga t in It is cleaning up time everywhere And if sonic of my critics and knockers had road the signs of tilt times before this this investiga Icssarylvry f Investigation of City Altairs Insurance Investigations The people are tired of paying out and gluing no reports And an official who kicks at an it jvostigation on any grounds this nr of JOOli whether he be an onieinlIf Uiclunond or Mul ison county or any other place whore money is taken for tho privilege of drawing your breath and keeping your mouth shut is not the stun cutof which trustees and guardians of public trusts should be composed The highest service I can render here is to es tablish absolute publicity and openness of nil our oflicial a ts Once that is accomplished tin re will dawn a new era for this jood old sleepy town ana we will iet away front the hitching post that has held us back in the race with our neighbors That is what in vestigations do They nr lirst information and then ren rnm tion follows like day follows dark ness The most prolific source of municipal graft its securest hiding place its must eiietivo instrument ill seeking immunity is the chaos which exists in till classification of municipal ac counts and the absence tlflIlli formity in bookkeeping Wo would respectfully suirgrst that as no legal reports have been made for a number of years of our citys fiscal status it would be a good time for Mayor Hume to get busy also II snllored for months from sore throat Euleutriu Oil onred me in twentyfour hours M S Gist Hawesville Ky Mt o j n ft mH I Ne Sprill i1 i Never before has our stork been so replete with stylish new fabrics for spring wear All the popular mate rials in the most desirable shades and colorings for approaching new season are represented such as H Voiles Panamas Sicilians H Eoliennes the New Chiffon iff Panamas Serges rof ra IeililettasAura yuritynf novItysuitings in ligiltrcolors We also show a large variety o- fSILKS Ji In Tafletas IVnn DP Cyg 115 ChiUon TatVetns in plain and changeable col ors Japanese Silks Pau l1 Soies and fancy silks for Shirt Waist Suits Wo mention here a few I t specials Ito in wide Panama in gray due and black the most nomilar material for 4only50c hton Snits pet onlv I t IliJ JI41Ld 11 IVsiu De C 0 Illil IIII new soft silk for Waists und Suits in all colors worth 75c our 11 JIydf 11 f s C liGINIj torn 41 St Clair St at BridgeJ i ttIo jO t u r- ffl CHARLES Jo WEITZEL KY d gergeggE t y PERSONALj Foc R Pugh of Covington hero Monday D P Davis is visiting rela Iwas in Lexin ton or C E Woods of Richmond hero this wenk tCol Green R yeller of Carlisle was here this week Air Leo Gibson of Madisonville was here this week Mrs Eli H Brown visited in Tjouisvillo this week Judge S G Kinner of Ashland was here Wednesday- Dr Stewart and wife visited in Louisville this week Prof C J Norwood of Lexing r ton was here Tuesday Miss Elsie Leavy visted relatives in Lexington this week Mrs W K Utterbaok left Mon day for New York City Hon Harvey Myers of Coving ton was here this week Mr Rolla K Hart of Flemings burg was here Tuesday Mrs H S Keller visited friends in Cynthiana this week Judge Jon V Smith of Somer set was hore Wednesday Hon Claude B Terrill of Bedford was here Thursday Miss Genevieve Samuels is visit lug friends at Bardstown Mr W Cox of Owenton was in the city on Wednesday- Mr B W Wright has gone to Luvingtou Ills to reside Attorney B R Jouett of Win chester was hero Monday Mrs John W Reading visited friends at Purls this week Col Geo H Watson of St Louis Mo was hero on Tuesday Miss Stites Duvall is visiting friends at Hot Springs Va Hon John F Hauor of Ashland was in the city on Tuesday Col Len HJ the of Graefens burgh was here on Monday Mr Jos W Hodden of Mt Sterling was hore on Wednesday LexingtonMrs Win E Bradley visited rela tives in Louisville this week ExGov J R Hindman of Col umbia was here on Wednesday Miss Anno Church of Louisville 11visited relatives here this week tJudgo J W Cloyd of in the city Wednesday If Mr Egbert C Stophens and wife Jeft Saturday for Now York City Mr N R Armstrong of George town was in the city on Monday If Mr M H Lucas and wife visited relatives in Scott county this week Judge J P Hobson made a busi ness trip to Spencer county Monday l Mr Clarence Julian and wife have returned from New Orleans LaMrs W H Lewis returned lues day from a visit to Now Orleans LaDr H S Keller has returned from a professional trip to Clncin tiati Mr Sam D Johnson and wife YorkItMrs John D Salloc and daughter visited relatives in Lexington this week Roy T H Coleman and wife of Danville visited relatives here this week rMissos Mamie and Pattio Thomas relatives in Louisville this eekft 1w C BBBeBB BBBBBBBBBBB3 OUR LADIESV- e Make n specialstudy of ladies wearing apparel and 0111 first consideration is CJ FlE3Ere3 restiseasyOurments in Eton Suits Covert Jackets Silk Colts Skirts and Waists HosioryGloing HeC G Corsets Prices 50c J2a 150 FRANKF0RT 8 erafIEtEaerEtEtEEtEISErtE EEgaataEaEEE =Miss Drew Church has returned from a visit to her brother in rexnsrohostor was hnro on legal business Monday Col Doha Breckinridgo editor of the Lexington Herald was hero Monday Col Milton Young the noted turfman of Lexington was hero MondayCol Baker and Mr R A Biker have returned from a busi ness trip Mr A R Burnam Jr of Richmond mane a business trip hero this week Mr Goo H Sohon of the Chil drens Home Louisville was hero this week Miss Louise Brawner attended the wedding of friends in Irvine this week Mr H H Roberts wife and daughter Ida visited in Louisville this week Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad is the guest of her sister Miss Ruth RobertsonMr H McClure has re turned from a business trip to New York City Hon Frank Tracey exRepro sentative from Covington was hero WednesdayMr LeCompte of Lexington Spoilt Sunday here tho guest of Dr J W Gayle Mr Arch Dmilap of the Louisville CourierJournal was in the city Monday Mrs Saml Todd has returned from a visit to liar old home at Todds Point Hon Tin G Neidham of tho- r i liamstown Courier was In the city Monday Mr Paul Burlingamc of Louisville was the guest of Mr C W Hay this week Mrs Rosa Triplett who has been visiting relatives at Midway ins returned home Mrs Chapman C Todd has returned frown a visit to relatives in Fayetto county Mrs Nannie B Brumbauk left Saturday for a visit to relatives in Jessamine county Mr Oscar Farmer of Louisville visited his cousin Mr W S Farmer this week Mr Wm Young of Shelby county was the guest of Mr C Steelo Rending this week Master Harry M Brumback who has been very ill of pneumonia is able to be up again Hon J D Mocqnot exRopre sontatlve from McCrackon county was hero Wednesday Miss Brown of Bloomfinld was the guest of her brother Hon Eli H Brown this week Sirs Luther Crutcher has returned from a trip to New York City and Philadelphia Rev C R Hudson was called to Franklin lad Sunday evening by the death of his father Miss Sue Middleton of Lexing ton was the guest of Miss hula Nelson Campbell street Mrs Hannah Hanlin of St Louis Mo is the guest of her sis ter Mrs Orlando Brown Miss Charlotte Wilson was called to the bedside of liar sister at Aber deod Ohio on Thursday Editor E C Walton of Stanford was the guest of his brother Col W P Walton Wednesday Mrs Ross A McCallum of Dayton Ohio visited her father Mr John B Dryden this week Mr T Hiter Crockett who has been in Florida for a visit to his mother has returned homo Mrs John E Miles who has been rJIfJfiti iL J u in Florida for some two months re turned homo Saturday night Miss Lucy B Rodman has re ROdImllIMr J D Saline Manager of the lmctlolllCoronceburg was the guest of his daughter Mrs J S Collins this Joe Gray Green of Louis vale was the guest of her parents Col John F Davis and wife this week Miss Sina Noe of Louisville who has boon the guest of her sister Mrs A Umethun has returned home Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr Gee F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mrs John W Matthews of New- Castle who has been the guest of Mrs John W Rodman has returned home Miss Jonnlo Veach of Jessamine county who has been the guest of Mrs Nannie Brumback has returned homo Miss Mildred Hall of Bardstown who has boon the guest of Col Thos A Hall and wife has re turned home Mr W S Farmer who has boon in New York City purchasing the spring stock for his big store has returned home Mrs Minnie McAfee and Mrs H S Cox of Lebanon who were guests of Mrs W M Lyons have returned home Miss May Louise Chambers of Warsaw who ins been the guest of her cousin Miss Anna Abbett has returned home Mr U G Carey U S Storekeeper at Bakers Distillery was culled to Morohead Sunday by the death of his father Mr Chas Stevenson and wife en tertained in honor of Miss Mary Louise Chambers of Warsaw on Wednesday evening Miss Margaret Reading enter mined on Wednesday at a Thim ble Tea in honor of Miss Sarah Marshall of Chattanooga- Mr Ashey Guy and wife of Irvine who have boon guests of Mr Win Cromwell and wife Shelby street have returned home Mrs J Swigert Talyor who has been at the beside of her brother Col J 1 Crittonden at Poit limon Ailed Las returned home Mr Ward roper wile and daugh tor of Peleo Island Canada who wore guests of her uncle Mr John E dayMiss Allies returned homo on Tues Emma Good of Scottsvillo Mrs Einma Morris of Trenton and Miss Maria Minis of Allonsvillo were guests of Mrs Wm Cromwell tills week Miss Georgia Harboson of Au gusta who hUH been time guest of her brother Senator M L Harbe sou and Miss Emmie Scott returned homo on Tuesday Mr E Church Tinsloy and wife who were called hero by the seri ous illness of hoi father Mr Join B Drydon returned to their homo in Now Orleans La on Wednes day Miss Helen ORear who was brought home from school at Shol thought to have appendi citis is doing nicely null the physi cian thinks it not necessary to per form an operation Mrs Dora Harris and Miss Nora Goodwin of Virginia Mrs A C Barren of Charlotte N C and Mr Silas B Mason of Lowisburg W Va wore called hero by the death of their brother Col H1J Mason Dr Beaters Treatment arrip patUiet the blood Cer to heftli ekla ernpttorti J J wW tyt Ladies Suits ISkirts Jacketsnt You will find our Spring Suits are the hobbies and cor tainly the prices most reasonable in the city SKIRTS- We J are making a special effort to show the prettiest and cheapest Skirts shown in the city2fiO 300 500 New Spring Coats 350 500 750 DRESS GOODS Anything in Dress Goods White Sicilians White j Serges Silk and Wove Epingalins In Silks we are the leaders of the cityI F Td HEENEY i t WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADEN There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear anyRfactory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buyingMAVe make a specialty of overhauling and repaint t ing vehicles Write or phone us and our lepqresentative will call to see you We take vehicles front Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIuVERSAILLES KY II K WAIID President C M BnowNlscSec Treas 4 III Why Buy McClurest J IMcCluroH Magazine is bought and road in homes nut beta it is magazine but because it is tho nwgalnu Why Ill FIRST THE PRICE It costs but ono dollar n y cur or less than tun cents n number for over thirteen hundred twocolumn of reading mutter This amounts in actual bulk to twenty or twentylive books costing anywhere from a dollar to two dollars a volume SECOND QUALITY Tho rending mutter is written Americas leading writers tho best short story writers the best writers on timely articles tho best writers of important serials Hueh as SchunsVJReminlnees or Bakers Railroad articles THIRDTIMELINESS Tho rea McOluros is not only good It Is not only entertaining amusing instructive ullI11nllllrhttlii is also about the subjects in which you- and Americans tiro most interested at tlio time No subjects in next twelve muatlis- are to be important the question of railroad rates and rebates and the question of life insurance Both of those questions bo discussed by authorities in tin impartial care ful interesting way- FOURTHITS CHARACTER McCluron Magazine is not edited for children but at tho Santa time thero is novel a line in it that any young girl might not read Its advertising pages tire as clean as its editorial pa- gesMcClures Magazine in homo is intended to work only for good Send 100 to for ono years subscription lor leave an order at your bookstore November and December frau now subscriptions for moo S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK You cnn carn a good Income by taking up tho business of securing subscribers for McCluros It is clean and self respecting a publication any man or woman would like to represent The is cents for each 100 in addition to big cash prizes for the best work Write for full particulars J READY FOR NEW SPRING APPAREL Just a little forethought should bring you daily to this storenew goods are being displayed new tints for spring wear = MARRIED Q MARSIIALLKUIIN In this city on Wednesday night Mr Everett Marshall and Miss Lula Kuhn woro married by Rev Dr J McClusky Blaynoy of the First Presbyterian Church- WOODMORRIS In Chicago Ills on Monday Mr Stuart Wood of this county and Miss Rebecca Morris of Louisville Mr Wood is a son of the late Mr lames M Wood of this t county und a brother of essrs1 Huston and dos IL Wood He is a gonial and wholcsouled gentle man Tho wedding came as a surpriso to this conllnuIit- YMcAJPINGRAYAt the Rec tory of Ascension Church on Sat urday evening Mr Win H Mc Alpin and Miss Mary Gray wore xHlHlel Pat f tersonIMr McAlpin is employed in tho engineors department of tho Ken tucky River improvements by tho Government and is a popular null capable young man His bride is ono of tho prettiest girls over raised in this city Sho is tho oldest daughter of Mri Frank V Gray and wife PR UETT KLINE At the- Church of the Ascension this cityon Thursday Mr John Will Pruott Jr and Miss Juunitnl ChinnIMr Pruett is tho only son of Col John W Pruett of Louis 4yule and is the popular and eJHcient teller of tho National Branch Bank of Kentucky His bride is tho handsome daughter of Mrs Rebecca Kline and granddaughter of Col E II Taylor Jr The bridal party left for tho East over tho Cl 0 train that evening D AT 12 lI YESTER tCLOS DAY In order to givo the officials that hank an opportunity to ntI tend tho funeral null burial Col H P Mason tho State Na tional Bank of this city was f closed at 12 in yesterday Spring Garments Suits Jackets Skirts A noteworthy display ofnp proved nlo1el- sSUITSCorrect in every de tailJACKETSNeat natty Just what you want Tan gray MackSKIRTSNew assortment un equalled value at 500 BIRTM5BRA- 11NERIn tIns cityon yesterday to Mr Murray Brawner und wifen daughter- HULETTTEIn this cityon 111lottoThursday to Mr Sam Mason ItoIwife neo Chinn a son ratio Jr TO BUILD NEW OFFICES Tho Kentucky River Mills have lot tho contract for a now oilice building to bo located near their mills on North Wilkinson streot c TO CURE A FELON Phillipshl1lwith Buclclons Arnica Salvo and tho salvo will do tho rest Quickest euro for Hums Hulls Soros Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Suit Rheum Chapped Hands Sore tort and Soro Eyos Only 25u at all dniListH Guaranteed LOCATED AT LAST After long silence mil appre hension of tho loss of the Dry Dock Dewey the government authorities have receivedttdvices that that valuable piece of property is proceeding on its way to Manila very nicely ItUBS sers The famous EsttSe piUs THE OLD RELIABLE In another place may be found tho annual spring advertisement of the Old Reliable Nursery man Mr IT F Hillenmoyer of Lexington Those who have dealt with him in tho past need no recommendation but to the few people in this section who have not lone business with him wo wouldsaywhon in need of nursery stock you can not go amiss or do hotter than with him No mutter how long you have alreadylovelopelWoods Norway Pine Syrup will euro it KodolOyspepsiaCure Digests what you eat Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies tho blood Cerato ointment for tho skiD Wash Goods Last years prices on this years goods This means money to you on Ginghams Persian Lawns India Linens Lingerie Cloths Batistes Embroideries etc I vTs FARMER t Wal Early R v aIMYoa Steinbacks Baby Tender and Dress ROGERS 87j j See in Our New MARKILIMIn EATMS= = == Versailles mi Thursday Mips Martha lark ham aged 00 years of the infirmities lute to age- REPUBLICAN LOVE FEAST The Republican members of the Legislature and invited guests held their love feast last night at tho Capital Motel A dainty and appetizing ban quet was served after which the following gentlemen responded to toasts The Commonwealth Ex Gov W 0 Bradley The Mountains Judge T Z MorrowIIarmonyHon R P Ernst Tho houselion W C Halbert BurnamIIt was a very enjoyable a flair to those who participated in it Harmony was tho watchword of tho evening Dr weaver TreatmentISyrop for the blood Cerate for skin eruption BEAUTIFUL LIFE BEAUTI FULY ENDED It is seldom that wo hear of tho passing away of one not of our OLD TAYLOR TIlE PREMIER f KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Praetors Frankfort Kentucky GoodsI Panamas und Suitings In pret ty grays and chock effects only oOc Black Voiles Unequalled val ttesSilks130 in neat checks 100 80 in Black TatTcta 100 worth 125 New effects in Dress Pat terns Uo n lon which has so stirred our heart as was done by the an nouncement in Sundays Lexing ton Leader of the death of little Helen Frost daughter of Mr D C Frost and wife of that city which occurred as the result of rn operation in a Cincinnati infirm ary on Saturday morningIThough only nine years of age the little lady was so winaome that she won the hearts of all who knew her by the beauty of her person and character Loving tender cheerful and happy hearted it ione of the mysteries of Providential doling that this idol of the hearts and home cf her parents should he culled To the griefstricken parents we tender the tenderest sympathy of one who knew and loved their darling Slay God comfort their hearts in this great sorrow s BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1904 Curs leave Lexington for Paris every hour from Un in to 11 p in except S and 10 pm Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7ml in to li p m ex cept 0 and 11 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 0 a in to 11 p in except 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 p in except S and 10 p Car 11 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington far Georgetown at J5nO p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a in Leaves Paris 15 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business und falnl tickets can be had on applitationat tho com panys office 401 Vest Main streetE Phono 010 Homo Phone 1274 R T GUNN Manager tf r II CARPETS RUGSAlwaysquality is the strong carl of this stove- ANMINSTER RUCSThe better kind Exclusive patterns at only 500- MA1TINGSDirect from the Orient Exceptional values 15c 25c 8oc LIBRARY CONTEST ends 15th Vote vow iitl3t Walking Chair Price 275 R SONS Bnildina DONT GET THE HA FT Indigestion is much ofa habit littloIiJI and will quit belching putting palpitating and frowning Kodol Digests what you eat until makes the stomach sweet Kodol is a thorough digestant and will afford relief from 11 disorder due to im perfect tstiollor innJjissimihi tina of food Suld by 1 W Cn IP Dr G Green gives alert attention to his greafhumanitartnn contract Jin our Almanac for many years past ve have given unusual advice to those afflic lungtroubles 1 Ibencfitbottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor JVe did not ask them or urge Jisother remedies Our confidence in Germ-an Syrup makes it possible for us to give such advice RVe know by the ex of over 35 years that one 75centtbottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work rular= For sale by W Gavlo ChesapeakefOhio Ry Schedule in ollVct February 1lfO6sub- Jett to change notice For Louisville Nashville JlempbisfWest and Southwest tt011 A M and 114 P M Daily For Washington Italtlmore Philadel pills Now York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 4 1018 A31 and 741 P M Daily 23lyr P t iI 1a ftieFranRfortRounQaflout TJnterwl ut the nostolhVo at Itaakfurt11111- tueky iiNsivoiiilciu mullublc mutter CEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAR 10 1906 SUDDEN DEATH OF COL H P MASON Col IT P Mason of tilt big I Contraction linn of Mason Hogo C Co was returning from a busi ness trip to Virginia on Monday lust and while on the C it O train en route to his home at v Jetts was stricken with paralysis 1of the right leg below the knee A physician was summoned to meet the train at Lexington who I tfoh01 examination reported that r C61ason could stand the trip to liis tltHne1hich was accom plished and Dr Hunie his family physician summonufI 1 By tho time Dr Fnme nrrived Col Masow111tLimproved so much that rl trouble was thought to Jhii and itOnly temporary was loped 110 would soon be about lignin Things wont on this way until Tuesday night when a second attack produced heart failure from which he passed away at oclock on Wednesday morning Col Mason was born at Han over Va und came to this State about 1870 He was interested with Col Chas E Hog Capt W F Dandridge Mr Gooch the two Messrs ling and a number of other gentlemen in contracting dull railroad building The ac cumulations from these mattes lie hall invested in some of tho tfinost farms in this section of the i State und he made his home at the handsome residence known iis Scotland on the farm pur chased from the hrq of the j lute Col Robert W Scott It was indeed an ideal home hays 1Every Two Minutes Physicians tell usthat all healthyIpasses 4theheart once in every two minutes If this action becomes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTTS EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work r for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos effort is the desire of in poor health Emulsion does just Isible A change for the takes place even be you expect it We will send you a simple free lure that this picture in the form of a label on the per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Socentiand jloo druggliti Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of sdvinccd age it does not readily lend itself to ordinary treatment There is however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not onln wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a regulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood heartdiseaseold town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse left there with my wife to visit RoanokeVaexpected to live to return to the dear rrbysslrcintCdI Nervineandrd8spairedofr aDlt ua ZZru m is T LSIo IdjJ It bean in earnest aim I took in all fifteen or bottlers was estored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively u boy You sir are a benc llltoriand recom mend Dr Cure to suffering humanityJ L SIllll1tR Salem Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Pr Miles Medical Co lilkhart lad ing cost Col Scott about 40000 before the Civil War Col Mason was a rugged and sturdy man only 00 years of age Ho etas warmhearted and true to his friends An indulgent and kind father and husband Something over a year ago ho united with the Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church Old Harmony and was baptized by Rev John IL Sampey D D tho pastor and has lived a consistent and earnest Christian life since then He leaves a devoted wife six sons Robert Claiborne Silas Samuel A Horatio and Charles and three daughters Mrs Gilbert H Mastin Mrs Lottie Payne anti Miss Annie to mourn his sudden call Tho funeral services were con ducted by his pastor Rev John R Sampey D D on yesterday and the remains were laid to rest in our cemetery DISTJNG DISHED JURIST DIES Judge Jas II I3oudon former judge of the Superior Court died at his home in Russollville on Tuesday from tile elects ofH stroke of paralysis sustained by him some months since aged 72 years Judge Bowden was an able and conscientious lawyer and judge and was highly esteemed by the bar of the State when 110 sat as Judge of the Superior Court in this dty- DUl 1lgjds incumbency of that office which continued for two tirms he resided with his family in this city and was universally popular lie was a cotomporary of the late Mr D C Barrett and a hnI0 in the old Louisville Democrat ollice both being first class printers Wo tender to the bereaved family our sincerest sympathy BADLY HURT Carroll Noonan son of Mr Chas E Noonan wits painfully injured on Saturday afternoon by being struck bya brick thrown by a playmate which hit him in the cheek and cut a considerable gush Dr C A Fish Wits called and sewed up tho ou1lrrw lad is doing nicely His playmate is greatly distressed t the occurrence r t i JUDGE PAYNTERS BAS QlKT Largely Attended and Greatly Enjoyed 011 Tuesday night lust Judge Thos H Payliter F S Senator 111en1I1ersAppeals and other invited gucHtn There was a large attendance jaml great enthusiasm Brilliant and eloquent speeches were deliv ered by Judge H S Barker of the Appellate Bunch who acted as toastmaster Gov r C rBeckham Judge E C Ollunr Senator J Wheeler Campbell Senator Henry George Represent ative W Reed Embry and Repre sentative W C Halbert- Tho banquetters hold forth until a late hour and were de lighted with tho whole affair The following is the menu served Oyster Cocktail Amantillado Celery Consomme Olives Salt Almonds Br6iled Spanish Mackerel Sliced Cucumbers Sweetbread CutletsHaut Sauterene French Peas Roman Punch Stuffed Philadelphia Squab AspnrngusripsSnrntogn Lettuce und Tomato Salad Individual lice Cream Cakes Roquefort Coffee Cigars sA FRIEND THAT WAS A FRIEND Dont frown look pleasant If jlHtlgetlonorpepsin Ouro Hon Tako Moore of Atlanta Ga saIItI suffered more than JO years with indiges tion A friend recommended Ko lot It relieved mo in ono day and I now enjoy bettor health than for many years Kodol digests what you oat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach held lug etc Kodol strengthens the digestive organs sweetens tho stomach and enables you to eat digest assimilate told enjoy whatever yon like Sold by j W Gayle SEARING THE CLOSE As tho end of the session of the rushItomember through com ical The Committee on Rules in each house has charge of things und only such bills as these committees direct can be reported to the House or Senate The pressure upon that committee has been simply terrific WELL WORTH TRYING W H Brown the popular pen sion attorney of Pit LSlllld Vt says Next to a pension tho host thing to rot is Dr Kings Now Life Pills Ho writes They keep my finally in splendid health Quick euro for Headache Consti pation and Biliousness S u Guar drugistsIMONDAY TEnXOOXs BLAZE About half after ft oclock on Monday afternoon an alarm from box 18 called the department to the residence of Mr Spear on Logan street where there was a blaxo in tilt roof It was quickly extinguished with only about Jf50 to 100 Joss Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for tho suffer ings it has relieved and the lives AIlwrtnlneasy cuts out phlegm und draws out tho inflammation It should he kept on hand for immediate use GayleI genuineicure n one KI LlttlEarly Risers The famous little plUr it Jfbf tf WJtt ttit j Pleasant to kilcek 1 Laxative t Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell yon Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh u minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bringiabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc t Value JOHN DRiSCOLL Quality The Ledirb Grocer The Pioneer Denier in High Grade jjKontucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies place g JOHN DRP COLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky r lads Contlltroi iMviicrn trt just what n horse iieoiH Tvhrn iii bad condition Tonic ticjd purifier arJ vevmiluge They are not food l t medicine and tho boef in ttso to put horse in prince condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J IV Gayle and LeOompto Gaylo Illinois entral Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis 8 N 0 Ltd No Luavtw m Arrives 745 a in Now Orleans Special No piliNoLeaves 720 a in Arrive 455 in For Fulton Paducah mid htturtnudlato- Joints Commotion to and from Kllwiboth I1odltlJllvIlu nml Ilopldnsvillo except no Sunday norvlco to Eliiibuthtown vlllu Stops at all Btationx No Accommodation No Leaves p m Ar Iven 055 a m For Central City Connecting service to and uthtown except on Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run DallyI fj Suuifiern Hallway Shortest and Fastest Lines from j Lexington and Louisville S w TO 51 Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as followsCLeave Lexington 510 a m Iou isville S00 u in Arrivo St Louis 012 p Carrying vostihuled conches and CafoObstirvation Parlor Car Meals a tlIoavoisville 1015 p Arrivo St Louis 7J2 a in Carrying Free Rodining Chair Cars and Pullman Sioaporthroi j changeReserve Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave iii S XWALTHAM WATCHE I ARE CARRIED ALL OVER THE W6RUb WMYYYwtwu uu M4w Cases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or I I2IE 51- JJEDrCA1IONAL j Contributed by the Educational Improvement Commission of Kentucky If r iThe oflicers told numbers of the Educational Improvement Com mission of Kentucky are tho re cipients of many congratulations from the friends of education and progress over tho unanimous vote in tho House of Representatives Friday March 2 for tho estab lishment of two State Normal Schools in Kentucky Tho ten thousand long sttller ing earnest conscientious overworked halfpaid school teachers will hail tho news with great joy The intelligent citizens of the State who know the value of a trained teacher will now look forward to a brighter day for their children and their neighbors chil dron it is indeed a hopefulsign This forward step will provo to bo the most farreaching in its iJ effects upon tho future prosperity of Kentucky of any educational measure ever passed and should tho bill pass the Senate as it l doubtless will it will nark a dis tinct epoch in the educational his tory of this Commonwealth as well as immortalize tho patriot i ism wisdom and foresight of tho Legislators who stood for its pus sageThe bill provides for two schools the location of which is to bo left to open competition among the towns and cities of th- or State desiring tho location o- fsnnlOA Commission of seven of one member from Court district is 1composCd duty it is to hear propositions and to schools in tho places Two Dyspeptics If you aro too fat it is because food turns to fat instead of musclo strength If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancreatino 1Dyspepsia Cure 4contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well Ulodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh IiDoUarbottleholdl2 Prepared at the La1 solo by J W Gayle 1For i 0 4Vtf IEEPING H GOOD WATCH q Is necessary to every man who would succeed in r life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you I one of mans strongest assets punctuality if will Only standard and reliable movementsg here and we willingly guarantee them to Ifil1CllJlace timekeepers i N1 A SELBERT offering tho most advantageous conditions everything considered Each school is to havo a Board of Regents of five members of which tho Supt of Public Instruction is exollicio chairman These hoards have general management of their respective schools There is also provided a Normal Executive Council composedof tho Superintendent of Public In structions and tho Presidents of the two schools This council determines the course of study and tho requirements for admission and graduation Ton pupils from each county may receive free tuition in these theIthnnIbe paid by other students The bill appropriates f0000 00 for tho two schools to bo ex potle1its follows 5000 00 each for equipment and 2000000 each annually for running ex pensesIt to bo regretted that the State Treasury is in such a de pleted condition that it is impos sible for tho present Assembly to appropriate more liberally for this most important work but the start is n good one and wo trust that future legislators may appropriateliberally State up to a level educationally with her sister States Missouris last Legislature after having witnessed tho good work of her State Normal Schools for HO years at one stroko doubled the annual appropriation for tho maintenance her three Norma Is and jii addition voted to establish two more which have since been located In tho Normal School Commission at Springfield and Maryville purtMissourian says You must show mo but when he has been shown ho no longer hesitates Kentuckians ought to act with as much decision Twenty thousand people peti tinned the members of tho Ken tucky House of Representatives to puss our Normal School Bill They passed it with unanimous Vote It is now up to the State Lot every friend of tho cause write to his Senator and urge him to support tho measure the bill is House Bill No lie COUNTY COURT DAY Notwithstanding the raw and unpleasant weather of Monday thoro was a fairly good crowd of people in attendance upon county court But little 8t ockou horses wore upon the mnlkot1 Thoro were sumo good horses otlorod but the prices were too still for tho buyers and not many sales woro made Tho usual number ofctety baits wore however on hand and wore disposed of A few jacks and mules of in forior quality were offered with tolerable success I Taken altogether as a stock lay it did not amount to much ff t A4N5 futi1 uU ICLI1IATI CURES lime influence of climatic1 con lonsl1lllptionispoor patient and tho rich patient too can do much bettor at homo by proper attention to food digestion and u regular use of Gorman Syrup Froo expectoration in tho morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so Is a good nights rust anti tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing tho greatest danger and dread of tho consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thorn tho few who are and regain strength are benofitedI use Gorman Syrup Trial Sue regular size roc At all druggists vr NEW TRAINS ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY Elfootivo Sunday February 25th tho Southern Railway will place in service two additional trains in each direction botwoon Danville and Lawronooburg Those trains will leave Danville at 705 a m and 2550 p m connecting at Lawrence burg with trains attiring Louisville at 1040 a ni and 615 pom re spectively In time return direction trains will arrive at Danville at 110 a in und 710 p in connect lug at Luwroiiceburg with trains leaving Louisville at 510 n m and i50 p m respectively The inauguration of these trains will onablo tho people of Danville Harrodsbnri and otlun stations on the Danville Branch to leave their homes at a convenient hour in the morning and arriving at Louisville at 1010 a in and they eon then lei their shopping and leave Louisville HarrrolsIburgCOlrl181I1H1I1ingIy be accommodation trains making all local stops Tho train arriving at Danvillo at 1010 a in will con nect with Q C train No 5 for all lucid stations on Q C Route south of Danville Those local trains will bo in addi tion to the present through trains which are now being operated be tween Louis tillo and tho Southeast via Lawrencoburg and and should provo a great lonlnlI publicTrainat 70 a in instead of S a III and will loaoh Danville at 1055 a m contenting with Q k C Route train No also with train No The Florida Limited fur Florida and all points south Train No 2 carrying observation skopor which is operated through1 without change from Louisville to Jacksonville and St Auirustiiu1 Fin in ooniHotlon with The Chi1 cago it Florida Special from Dani ville will continue to leave Louts vlllo at 745 p m This Nnwlrain Service prove of great ooiivenloiuo shouldI plo of Danville Hnl1OlhblH other points as It will to do their shopping in Louisville and return hero the same day anti it is thoughr that this will havo tho olleet of causing shoppers to go to Louisville instead of Cincinnati and other points 7lm OWl THE RIGHT KIND II you are troubled with Piles land cant fled a uuro try hazel Salvo hilt ho sure you that made by E C Do Witt it glltI Chicago It is till original nltlwithoutmany lull sold on tho reputation of thll genuino DoWitts Wltoh Salvo Sold by J W ayl- oANIEllwoW mon in each county to represent and advortlso hardware department put out sam plus of our goods etc Traveling position or otltuo manager Salty 10 per month cash weekly with all expenses paid in advance Wo furnish everything THE COLUMBIA HOUSE Chicago Dept 010 234 Fifth Aye 244t Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reel IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD 1 s J Ii JI BUSY MANS LINE EIr REX LOUISVILLEI ST LOUIS AK- DSOUTHWEST 4IS VIA = Louisville H anderson and StLouis Railway HEFDEHS01T ROUTE A PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homeseeker Rates thirdruesdaysFebruary TeXjasSecondclass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February and Mnrcli l0l ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent Secondclass Colonist Rates to Califor nia and Northwest tickets on s io dimly Peb kith to April 7th IOli DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT still Clair Flats J Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamsra Of Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat after ur oCmorning trains Returning arrive Week Va 8r01 Sundays oo Fare to Detroit unlimite round trlp2c Excursions to Detroit and return Veek Days Si aooi1meals and berth extra Special Rat 1o SoctttftJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers lot Uuifalo the Soo Duluth etc For further infcrmation see nearest Railroad Agent or write rr1Jgr WH00LOENDRM e WANTED District Managers to post signs advertise null distribute Salar wlJd a anditpJflSllItSHEA II CO 8U Randolph HtciChicago 2041U Trustyi Trusses f t We have for a long time tmade a specialty of trusses 21 AVe have an immense stock in every respect so complete in feet that no one in need Jlhimselfor to deuy himself the experrience in fitting that we gained through many practice An illfitting haveIor one of faulty is of no more value Iterost J W 3GA YlEID rug ls t Corner inn nod 13rOl ayiFrankfort KyI loridaNew ICuba 1 reached jn comfort via OUEDICtBCDir ROUTE AND SOUTHERN DAiTHREE TRAINS Chicago Florida Spec1al1JJanuary Solid Pullman Train j Leave CINCINNATI 020 P M LEXINGTON 11x401 MDiningmid St Augustine via CtutMv nooffiiami Atlanta Florida Limited 1LcLEXINGTON 1005 X r fDaysere vat and Dining Cars for Jacks ivlllc St AUKUstliiiSlirtveportiurllXcw ranvia Chattanooga Atlanta and Ulrm Queen Crescent Solid train Cincinnati speclnl1to Orleans via and Dlrmlniilmin also Aolieri4oanaa3 atrcrlured IItUtOaaeelIXfllNVATI aoJiw II ATTENTION FARMERSJlIIL L JII U WE HAVE JUST RcCEiV D OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded Fences t No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made Callafor Catalogue Sold only by Buggy Rugs IndsJ mm I Scene Leah Kleschna to presented by Mrs Fiske and her AllStar Manhattan Co at Capital Theatre Frankfort Ky Wednesday MatJP1Lr I J Ij ll Americas Peerless Actress Comes to Capital Theatre for One Performance Wednes day March 14 The engagement of alt li tdwt and the Manhattan Join puny in CupitulThenttci day March J4 should not bo missed ba11y lover of a fine play brilliantly acted For five months nt the Manhattan Theatre New York last season and during a supplementary engagement this itsIIolis The same cast that acted it there will appear here Leah Kleschna is a singularly power ful drama of modern life with scenes laid in Paris and near Neustadt Austria at the present time Mrs Fiske is seen in a role that is different from any she has hitherto plaved The daugh ter ofu noted criminal Leah has been trained by him as his assistant in thefts of uncommon dimensions and adroitness One of these thefts brings her face to face with a muntho most dis- Cussed Frenchman of the hour whom she has admired from afar He does not arrest her upbraid her or laugh at her He is not even sentimental over her He t iiff 1 rd Cz SOWERCO rjr 1J simply understands her as no one has and sympathetically rouses the other find Netter woman that is in her In the end that conquers the more easily when love enters The girl leaves her father and associates sail goes hack to the lettuce field where her mother had labored there to iind peace There too she finds hap piness when the man who has awakened her moral sense comes to take her to home It is a fresh idea for a pIli and worthy of Mrs Fiskos intelligence Mrs Fiske gives a superb of the girls automatically criminal na ture and denotes admirably the change that conies with her moral awakening The psychological as well as the dramatic side of the character is fully realized and Mrs Fiskes triumph as Leah has hen complete This personal success is all the more notable since it shines out among the brilliant performances of her associates in the east No star within memory has been sur rounded 13 such a group of play ers as John Mason George Arliss Frederic do Belleville William B Mack Claus Charles Bal sa r John Emerson Charles Frank Eastwood Emily Stevens Belle Bohn Fernanda Eliscu Mary Maddern and Martha Roberts are others in the cast The play was staged under the direc tion of Mrs Fiske whoso methods ihktI tf T dominate every scene The SPt ting of the first and fourth acts show the home of the Kleschnas typical Paris lodgings The sec BYl1uineAlibrary pure French renaissance furnishingsThe the play from a scenic standpoint reveals a vista of fields steeped in sunshine with the fore ground shaded by a grove of apple trees LAFAYETTES PRIVATE CAR A palace built on wheels ni costly house that travels with all of the accessories ofIII elegant private residence Newspaper men who have had the privilege of inspecting the privato car belonging to the great Lafayette are lavish in their prniso of its remarkable adaptedness for the pleasure and comfort of this genius who has amused und en tertained millions of people in the loading theatres of this coun subIstul1tinlly contains a reception room lining room and sleeping room all in one Beyond are a kitchen and bath room and in the rear end of the car there is a stable and a re pository for the accomodatiou of four horses and three vehicles ff W r ij FROM to per 1 AT The feature of the car is the novelty of tho furnishings Like tho weird magician that ho is Lafayette makes footstools spring into card tallies and typewriter desks by a single turn of the wrist in a like manner a large davenport is turned into a beauti ful bed and for the sake of hav ing plenty of room Lafayette dues the interesting stunt of hav iug big roomy chairs fall into- nothingnesstilmuost The car is furnished in green aril gold11111111me11 it is running a thousand little electric lights gloom in odd und bizarre from the walls and ceiling revolutions of the oar wheels rhoII nish the motive power for generation of the electricity The car in its entirety is prob ably the most sumptuously furnished privato conveyance in existence At Theatre Saturday March 10I Hardware Merchants Both Phones 307309 Main St I from be his his study Bogel Terry lettuce 1000000 Shingles 200 400 Thousa- ndHammond eosIYears of suffering relieved in o night Itching pilos yield at onoo to tho curative properties of Dorms Ointment Novor fails At anyrdrug store cents wtil OASrOnrA it Bears Bigaaturo of A the Bouaht 1 wDr J Bncceisf ul treatment for blood and ekln dlacue Troos Plants llleSes For time Spring of 1905 tho BlUt GRASS NURSERIES I Lexington Ky iflrucsGrape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb paragus etc We employ no agents Strawberry and General Catalogue on ap plication to MIOSm H F HILIENMEYEB SONSj iiiii sMI- I i r- i p Saturday Remnants Half PriceI i Jib hr7 irtrJO K 1 We have a wonder ofiMuslin Under wear c f coJ4ritSTATE CROP REPORT Tho following is the crop reportwo for February as issued by Stater Agricultural Commissioner Vree land The first report issued by the Agricultural Department for the year 1905 shows the condition of the agricultural interests to bo in fairly good shape The winter was an exceedingly mild one up to the 1st of February But the ground hog saw his shadow and goodwthat time The wheat crop has stood the winter well and is in good con t dition for tho first of March Winter oats rye and barley nil promise well The burning of plant land for tobacco is progress f ing and if the weather re mains open that part of the spring work will be over in a few days iA considerable amount of both burley and dark tobacco remains unsold Grasses of nil kinds are doing wellexcept clover The dover however that survived the summer and fall has stood tho winter in good shape and prom ises a good crop the coming sea son Live stock is coming out o- ffthoj winter in better condition than usual There is a great com manylocalitiesin several counties Sheep are also scarce The high prices of mules have caused a great ninny to bo marketed and carried out of tho State that otherwise would have been kept Plowing for the spring crop has begun and the farmers are getting busy and are Whose Sayso Is Best nearly all medicines put up for JtWith druggists ono to tako IIYso ulono as to their curt tivo value course such testimony is not that of a disinterested party and fl accordingly is not to bo given tho same us written from disinterested motives Dr Pierces medicines how 1 over form a single and therefore striking exception to this rule Their cltilnw to tho conlldenco of invalids does not rest t solely upon their makers sayso or praise ingredients are matters of public knowledge being printed on each separate bottle wrapper Tints invalid sufferers are Dr Plercos full conildence Scores of leading medical men have written enough to fill volumes In praise of tho curative value of tho several Ingredients entering into these woll known medicines Amongst tluwo writers wo find such mud Ical lights as Irof Llnluy Kllinuwood 11 D of Ileimut Medical College Chicago rot Hale of the same Prof SindfCIHill dotIIIder JI I late Prof John KIntr D Into of Cincinnati Ohio Dr Grover Coo of Now York Dr llarllio low of Jefferson Medical College of Pa and scores of others equally eminent Dr Plercos Favorite Prescription cures s worst cases of female weakness rolai susQiitcvorslon anti rotroverslon and corrects Irregularities cures painful periods dries up sumeftBuar In mind It is nut a patent nor evcji a secret medicine but tho Favorite Prescrip ofIcoaddimdscription is composed of Of no other medi cine put up fur womans special maladies and sold through druggists can It bo said That maker is not afraid to deal thus frankly ouunly honorably by loUliu exactlyI7ence is guarded as sacredly secret and corlidonces are protected by professional1mrivacy Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo How to preserve health and beauty Is told in Dr Piercos Common ical Advisor It is free For u paper covered copy send Dr R V Pierce Buf falo N Y 21 onecent stamps to cover stampsDr HamburgI Embroideries Laces well up with their work for the time of year The following figures represent the condition of the agricultural interests of the State as com pared with March 1905 Per Cent Wheat 00 Winter oats 08 Barley 05 Ryo 07 Meadows 06 Clover 80 Cattle numbers compared with 1905 92 Sheep numbers compared with 1005 87 Hogs numbers compared with 1005 85 Horses numbers compared = with 1905 98 Mules numbers compared with 1905 87 General condition of cattle sheep and hogs 99 General condition of horses and wales 99 HUBERT VREELAND Commissioner r44 is w oaIADears kJlgnature of A TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County Ky recommend to the public Smiths Agriculture Liniment as an excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Backache Strains Old Soros Poisonous Bites Sore ness through the Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and tho like having used it in inj family for yearsYours very truly 228m B C HIBATT Sheriil DISTINGUISHED AND GAL LANT SOLDIER DIES Lieut Gen John M Schofield U S Army died in St Augus tine Fla on Sunday lust of cerebral hemorrhage Ho was tho last of the long line of distinguished commanders of corps in tho Federal Army during the CiilWHr His remains was laid to rest in tho Arlington Cemetery at Washington City OP INTERESTIO FRANKFORT PEOPLE After higgling and squabbling for more than a month the Ver sailles City Council has finally the Central Traction given Kentucky Co what tho asked as to right of WHY the following dispatch tolls tho story Versailles Ky March 7 Special Tho City Council revoked its former action in tho matter of a franchise to tho Central Kentucky Traction Company and granted a new franchise giving tho company right of way for its tracks in this city for tho Lexington Versailles and Frankfort electric railroad down Lex ington street to Main and north on Main to either Elm street or the Frankfort turnpike This is tho route that was requested by the traction company Tho fran chise requires tho uso of girder rails on the streets of Versailles Below wo quote a few of our regular Recordbreaking prices and siu for vour elf ComoI Ic for one Paper Hair Pins oc for six nice Hut Pins lc for Card Hooks Hud Eyes loc for best Talcum Powder 2c for one Roll Tape 5c for Wash Rag 2c for a Paper Pins lOo for Dress Shields 4c for bolt Feather Stitched Braid lOc for Taffeta Ribbons 4c for one dexon Safety Pins 40c for Corsets worth to 125 lie for Good Hair Brushes 40c sor new Wash Silks lc for Box of Hair Pius 5c for best Calico 5c a card for Pearl Button 3c for Laces and Embroideries 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton 5c for Apron Gingham = = = RELIGIOUS ASCENSION E P I S CO P A L CHURCH Rov A B Ghinn the pastor having returned homo will preach at 11 a m and 730 p in inIonm on Wednesday and Friday Teachers Meeting at ilii on Frl day evening 1he public cordially invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D tho pastor will preach at a in and 730 p in Sundayschool at 945 a in in tho chapel Baraoa Class at 945 n m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 045 p m in the chapel Leader Basil Kenney Topic lime Epistle of Judo Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 730 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov C R Hudson the pastor will preach at a m und 780 p in Sundayschool at 930 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 in the chapel- Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 730 in the chapel the Tunlor Society meets Tuesday afternoon at oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Massjit 730 a in High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIANJ- HURCHIlev J MoO Blavney D D will preach at 11 a m airJ 780 p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even in at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 n m Ep worth League at 045 p nil Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov Win Crowe pastor will preach at 11n in and 780 oclockSundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p m Prayermooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full lino of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ox amine stock C M BR1DGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 3tf EARLY ALARM ON THURS DAY MORNING At 1245 on Thursday morning an alarm from box 84 called the department to Wilkinson street where a broken electric wire had sot fire to a polo which sustained tho wire No damage but quick run u u if The Leading Newspaper of the Blue Grassu The Lexington Herald FOR A 500 PER YEARIf iwiiliii ad ance ell or before January 15th 06 Regular Rates 6 Per Year FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS Mlmlo Comic Supplement and Dooleys Letters for 06 Daily Grain Produce and Live Stock market re ports from all of the leading citiesrrhe most com plete neighborhood news The only daily paper that covers all of the happenings of Central Kentucky AddressThe Lexington Herald Co t Lexington Ky Roundabout and Herald for one year in advance S575 LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending March 10 1000 Adams Mrs Mary Allen Dr Oscar Ranks Martha Boyd George Brown Miss Sal lie Bunch Sam Carr Chas Davis J W Dorron Charley Feightmau Emmett Harlow Mary Harris Mrs Bonolla Harris Miss Julia Harord Mrs Flora Hawkins Grauvillo Hockensmith Miss Vicle Hoskins Miss Fannie Jimany T Johnson L J Bender Oscar Lostma Otto Lotchor Mrs Lena Martin Thomas Newby Oscar Xiluk Miss Deborah Osburn William L Pope Rev John A Prvur Mrs Mattiu B Slurs J H Smock Mrs Fannie Staoklunis Isaac Steele Tom- Stephenson James Underwood James Ward Jell Wilder Samuel Williams Mrs Mattio YVyatt lames Persons calling for tho above let ters will please say advertised GEO L BARNES P i1 Build up tho system puts pure rich blood in tho veins makes men and women strong and healthy Burdock Bloud Bitters At any drug store BURGLAR FOILED A smoothfaced young man mado an attempt to enter tit residence of Col Jas A Scott at a late hour on Tuesday night during tho absence of Col Scott Mrs Scott heard a noise on the porch and went to the window obtaining a good view of tho fel lows face Seeing ha was discov ered the scoundrel skeedaddled in a hurry The police were called but failed to connect TTY BILL PASSED The AntiSaloon League won a notable victory on Thursday Inst What is known as the Chinn sub stitute for tho Cammack bill came up for action in the House 1ho amendment virtually restor Ji rtbythen taken to the Senate where alter an exciting episode occurred in which Lt Gov Thome at tempted to strangle the measure by referring the question of con i currence to a committee tho question was finally put and the amendment was concurred in by a vote of Ul to y t Thus ends ono of the hardest lights of the session ASK FOR T E M1Iff When you want the Best Flour It is Best in ColorrBest in Flavor Best in Nutrition And it wont fail you in a pinch Sold Only by Grocers 11IIl Frankfort Ky ati j t4Atr4 Vi ilrd8 t TUESDAY NIGHTS BLAZE An alarm ir ni Imx 21 at 011 on Tuesday evening called the department to the cottage of Mrs Duvall on Holmes street where M1tl small blazo on the roof was making headway It was quickly extinguished ftll the boys arrived on tho scone o THE IEST SAFEGUARD Tho hest against head aches eonHimtIon null liver troubles is HeWitt Little Karly Risers DeepwI1t1 of those famous little pills in the houso and taken doso at hell tinge when you feel that tho stomach anti bowels need cloansinir They dont gripe Sold by J W Onylo WILL PROBATED The will of the late Mr BUI1 bridge Blackburn of Woodlake was probated in the county court on Monday last It was very short and simply devised nil his property of every kind to his de voted wife r STAKVTXfi TO DEATH iteciiuso her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Waltwrs of St Oliiir St Columbus p 0 was literally starving to death lljWOIIIcould not eat and my nerves atwrockd that r could not soI before was given up die was I induced to try Electric Hitters with the wonderful result that improvement began at Once and a lompJtfo cure Best health tonic earth 1IGuaranteed by all dr1gi- stsANOUNEMENTS w ILLINOIS CENTRAL R Rj The Illinois Central maintains operateICars MulletLibrary Curs Chair Cars and Slopping Curs from Chi cage St Louis Cincinnati and Lonhvillo south of New Orleans 1The host road for reaching tho Win ter Tourist resorts of tho South including New Orleans Vicksburff GulfportMiss Hammond La oh1 llXI1call CIIII1trulscriptive matte r In regard to the nbovo Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba Is hot reached via the Illinois Central throughf service to New Orleans and the new ocean liner ttvltise tow nino teellk not S S Prince Arthur leaving Now Orleans every Wednes ntIHot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without chance Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis Roth Cincin anti and liouisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and AtlantaMexico California CnllINow Orleans under till auspices of 1000io s Fehrnary21I for Mexico told Call fornia the last to include stopover at New Orleans fur the Mardi eras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining our service Fascinat lug trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sinus to California Excursion cars through to Los Angeles und San 01IFriday from Chicago Overt Tues day from Cincinnati and Louisville ViII Omaha and the Scenic Pouto every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above eta bo had of agents oft 0on11eetiiiglinesundersigned JOS 1UOGS D P A Cincin nati ville F W HARLOW1P A Louis JOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis A H HANSON P1 11 J 10tAl ChicagoSChicago Ilt1 HJL FEEE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have in augurated free reclining chair ear sorviei between Louisville and Kvansville on their last through triins leaving Louisville 70 a m and jj p m daily and mnnini solid to Evansville without operatesflootrains from Lexington anti IJanvillu to St Louis also Iullman Sleeper through front Danville to St Louis Tho Southern Railway is mills the shortest from Louisville to Kvantivilio and m miles the shortest to St Louis nP OrTHE PACIJiIO COAST Timely Mints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho 1aciliu OastOr 1nget Sound coun try during the period of low rates to Portland HUe Callfmnia points you should realie the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra oust includni land thn peautiful In the Cnna dian Rookies a son trip from Victoria and Vancouver to tho Exposi tutu City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hued or Mount Shasta tho Mor mon eapitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub limo Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied und to sue and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious menus of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his ollleo Is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on tho subject lulu till information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Ruth phones 11S1 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville K- yFine u Trains 1 TO FLORIDAVIA OUTHERN RAILWAY AND QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Florida Limited leaving Louisville a in dally connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers ami vestibule coaches via Chattanooga nod At lanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 a m nod St Augustine 10 a m next lay without change Hilling Car serves all meals en route Florida Special leaving Louis ville 715 p m entries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Lou to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga nod At lanta arriving Jacksonville S50 p mIllextis ers Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Car servos all meals en route Via the Land of the Sky Pull mUll Sleeper leaves Louisville i1rp m daily running through to Knoxvillo where connection Is made at till fa a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashe villu Columbia and Savannah arriving Jackson villo J a m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Good returning until llaytllst1113 now on stole daily at low rates VARIABLE TOURS Going via Ashvillo and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta ami Chat tanooga or vico versa For the Land of Skt Winter Homes other handsomely illustrated ooklets folders rates etc ad dres July agent of tho Southern Ky or C H HtXGERFORI D P A Louisville Ky li ALLEN A G P A StIG Louis W C RIXKAPSON G P A Q C Route Cincinnati O Dec lot April KG LL THE GOUGE AND CURE THE UNGS KingsNew IFOR CONSUMPTION IIPrlco Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG allILES or MONEY BACK ij l islwr it 10 THIS rrISJEN IThl Kentucky Childivns Homo has sixty boys and girls between the ages of three ami nine for whom t hoy doeiro hood Christian homos Thoso children nttllll1thchild we sond thom Tho winter mouths have given us an enormous amount of work to do We are receiving more children now in a month than wo formerly did in a year and as a rule the children are much brighter nnd inueli hotter looking and much easier controlled thin children we formerly handled rill you slut show your interest in this groat work for humanity h9ghing a homo to one of those little ones Unless you have a ltlspeotIunoss volt aro 1stand woli iiiyou1 community do not apply as w n will under no circumstances place a child in a veryhostThis is the Masters work inasmuch as he said Sutler little children to como unto Me and forbid them not If you aro in terested ill this charity and would like to take a child please address the Kentucky Childrons Homo Society No 2 1C Von Lorries Av enue Louisville Ky Yours very respectfully GEORGE L SEIION State Superintendent WAXTHPHy Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager until or woman for this territorySnliuyweekly expense money advanced 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