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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j THE PRAMFOET ROUNDABOUT IGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKIIAIS 100 In Advance 1 mI YOL XXIXFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAR 17 I9C6 NO28 1 Attractive Oxfordsrji Th eo styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here for women Lhese three selected because they are especially new mid charming Laird Schober fe Co Ribbon Tie IAdress low Shoe made of patent calf very light and flexible turn sole r plain toe and military heel wide silk laces largo eyelets price 500 J 1 The New Pump In four leathers Black gun metal calf and black ooze calf 100 pat l ent colt skin and blue suede at 500 Pumps met with great favor last season on account of the attractive appearance they give the foot and the ease with which they are put on Our Pump this season does J not slip at the heel j f 350 Patent Colt Oxford tiOnestyle with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces with flexible turn soles and medium heels h RK McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY i HUGE DRAINAGE AND IRRI GATION PROJECT k Guy Elliott Mitchell rIn the Land of Burnt out i Fires lying near where rolls the Oregon is a corner of our country brim full of natures L wonders and which was once bet ter known than it is today as the scene of the terrible Modoc mas i snore In this nearly uninhab ited region the engineers of Uncle Sum are busy on a huge drainage tool irrigation work which may t bo considered the most unique of any of the government projects It is known as the Klamath project and its lands and waters r are directly bisected by the Ore gonCalifornia boundary lines Most of the lands to bo reclaimed however are in Oregon Oregon is an old now country- It was settled long before the Indians wore driven out of Minne sots und the Dakotas und yet by the last census it had only a little over four persons to time squiro mule Why should there be the paucity of population in a land admittedly rich in cultural possibilities It is just a mutter of rainfall Most of the State lies in time arid belt belonging in r part to the Great Basin which includes all of Nevada most of Utah and portions of California and Idaho If WATER IS THE BALANCE f WHEEL It is a vast plateau region de- V ficient in perennial streams and lacking in rainfall yet wealthy in soil and adorable in climate and wanting only irrigation tot support in comfort a very great population Oregons immense valleys and smooth benches lio as they have lain for centuries awaiting the advent of water to blossom into productivity Uncle Sam has promised tho water for some of this great region and time zrush of settlers in that direction indicates that the home builders will be hero when it comes Imo Klamath project involves a great work of drainage irriga tion and storage in unusual combination Of the 100000neres in the Klamath Basin 250000 are to he irrigated under this project at a cost of over 4000 000 but which makes tho acreage charge a small one Klamath Lake and Tule Lake are two great sheets of shallow water of nearly 150000 acres in extent which are to he drained tied converted into small irrigated farms These will probably ho among the richest agricultural lands in the world Tulo rushes have grown in these for centuries and they are almost muck beds Other lands are to be irrigated through tho construc tion of dams and the conversion of upper Klamath Lake Clear Lake and Horse Fly Reservoir into great storage basins RIVER FOUND TO BE LOST AGAIN The water from Clear Lake Reservoir will find its way on to the irrigated lands through Lost River a deepllowing tortuous stream which for many years ballled tho inhabitants of the country regarding its source and mouth It rises in Clear Lake anti after various windings and doublings empties into Pule Lake only six miles distant from its source but when tho engineers have finished with it it will in truth become n Lost River al though as a compensation thous ands of prosperous farms will ab sorb its wntersIThy groat main canals of the project will have a total length of some 125 miles with several hun drOll miles of smaller lateral ditches One feature of tho project necessitates the carrying of water across three depressions and this will bo accomplished by moans of inverted syphons Two of these will bo over Lost River 1 i and ono over a tributary In other instances inverted syphons of steel pipe laid in cement will be constructed and their total length will be over twelve thous and feet with a capacity of 820 550 gallons per minute Klamath Basin is over four thousand feet above sea level with a charming climate and for tile soilnnd produces all the good things ofu north temperate soil grains alfalfa apples peaches and most of tho deciduous fruits nnt1ull the vegetables Portland and San Francisco will afford lucrative markets although at this time tilt nearest railroad station is Pokegama from which point visitors into the Basin must travel thirtysix miles by stage Two railroad systems however have largo torcos of men at work at this time constructing branch lines into the Basin which it is expected will be completed within a year or so- GOVERNMEN1 PURCHASES PRIVATE CANALS In order to obviate tho possi bilityoffiny future conflict over water rights tho government has purchased all the private canals in tho Basin and will unito them under one system Hero we have the government creating a mo nopoly of water but it fortunately is a monopoly which is controlled by all of tho people and they will enjoy all of tho benefits Tho wiping out of all private claims is a settled policy now and the wis dom of this policy is emphasized when it is remembered that litigation between irrigators over water rights in mummy private irrigation districts is annually costing the settlers moro than tho main tenance of all their canals limo farmers in tho Klamath valley have organied a water users association for the purpose of complying with the require monts of tho National Irrigation Act and making agreements with tirlj r the Secretary of the Interior und tho Secretary has formally approved their articles of incorpora tion This organisation it is stated is prepared to furnish re liable information concerning tlo Klamath Basis told tho oppor tunities for homeseekers to take up homesteads under this projects e WO UK WEAKENS THE KID N BYSIDorms Kidney Pills Hnvn Dar e Great Service for People Who Work In Frankfort Most Frankfort people work every day in sonic strained unnatural JosltlonI bonding constantly over a desk ridit on jolting wagons or tarsdoing laborious housework tryingother ways All these strains tend to wear weaken and injure the kidneys until they fall behind in poisonsfromPills cure sick kidneys put new strength in bad bucks Frankfort cures Provo it C A Wallace retired farmer living at GSl Ji Mines Street says I have thought that the kidney troubles that I su tiered from for helnorliftingordinarily two men would be re quired to do This straining myself often unused it dull aching and lameness in my back and as time went on it got front tad to worse the aching becoming much more severe until it became so bad at times that I could scarcely get around A dillloulty with tho kidney secretions set in and they were scalding irregular and annoying especially at night breaking my rest five or six times I used various remedies hut got little relief from them I read about Deans Kidney Pills and as thy were highly recommended f decided to give theme a trial mid procured a box at J W na los drug store and they helped mo fiom the start continued using them until I had taken two boxes I was benefited in every way I have every confidant in Deans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 HufIfnloUnited States- Kemomber the name Deans and take no other e INTERESTING AND PROFIT ABLE MEETING Tho meeting of the Womans Club on Monday afternoon was one of the most interesting and profitable held by that Club this season Prof H X Cassell representing time Jamestown Exposition node an eloquent told forceful address which elicited many en comiums Following the lecture light re freshments were served to the members and their guests An executive session of tl e Club was held immediately thereafter THE BREATH OF LIFE Its a significant feet that tho theIIlag organs right should be mans ohiefest study Like thon a Is of others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years nut cured me of what my friends thought consumption 0 itsgrand for throat anti luau troubles Guaranteed byalldruu gists Trice SOc anti 100 Trial bottle lice e o A fib 0 nJt4B- euB the Bignaturo cLhBor IAe CASTORIAPOl The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho dS1iuaturnoC i L r Our Dress oosASilk and Suit ll Bp1rIMOliiS Offer many special values to attract the economical buyers Money can be saved by purchasings- pring wearables hero r Dress Goods Specials 50 in wide Sicilian in grey blue and black 50cyard in wide Panama Suitings in grey blue und black a nice quality and very popular for spring 50eot11y 52 in wide Panama in black a fine lightweight material with beautiful g5ccial40 in wide black Voile all wool quality nnllt 1ulG 4 Silk Specials 90 in wide Japanese silk in white an unusual 50eonly 10 in wide white Jap 25cynrd 80 in wile Taffeta Silks in blacks and in colors worth 125 Cj5j per yard only Suit Skirt and Jacket Specials Ladies Eton Suit made of Panama or light weight suitings neatly tailored Jackets nicely lined beautiful style in 15bluck1Ve also show the largest dtyfrom Ladies Skirts made goyelty 5m 1 Covert Jackets COjMade of good quality ert Tweedwith satin a 050 value for Q K only H i Many other styles at 750 to 1500 C1KAGIN Jj BRO 1 41 St Clair St at Bridge rrr f J t t r Mr D J MoNnnmrn spent Sun day in Lexington Mrs John W Gaines visited in Lexington on Sunday Miss Martha Tnmeson is visiting relatives in Cynthiana Mrs A D Martin has returned from a v sit to Lousiville Mrs C E Collins visited rela tives in Lexington Sunday Hon Claude B Terrell of Bed ford was in the city this week Mr Roy G Kern of Mt Sterling was here on Monday on le n ess Mrs Lizzie Waloutt of Lakeland visited friends in this city this week Mrs Ethel Kendrick and son Leslie visited in Cincinnati this Dr Stookhardt of Elwood Ind is the guest of Miss Cordie letters Mr John H Walters nnd wife left for their new home in Newport on Frank W Keyes and son Frank visited friends at Ashland this week Mrs W E Settle has returned from n visit to her daughter in Belle South has re turned from a visit to friends in Mt Sterling Miss Mary Clore of Henderson who has been visiting her grandmother Mrs Saml Steele has re turned home Miss Anne Thomas is visiting her brother Mr L A Thomas at Augusta Ga Mrs E M Bacon has returned from a visit to relatives in Missouri and Nebraska Mr Henry Craik and Mr W Ruby Hazelrigg visited in Cincin nati this week Mrs Adam K Stephens and son of Upper Nynok N V who have boen visiting relatives here left for home Thursday Miss Virginia Hntcrmnn of Lex ington was the guest of Miss Ruth Hall this week Mr C W Uttorback Jr and wife have gone to Chattanooga Tenn to reside Miss Laura Hall of Lexington was the guest of Miss Catherine ainylmll this week Mr N Lindsay South was exam ined for admission to tho bar at Shelby villo this week Mr Walter A Roberts of this educe spent Saturday end Sunday in Paris and Lexington Deputy Collector M H Insko of Carlisle attended the Republican r Love Feast Friday night Mr H M Br Roll Postmaster at Carlisle attended the Republican L Love Feast Friday night Lady Ross of Balnagowan Castle Scotland was the guest of Miss Pattie Burnley this week Misses Lily and Mattie Hardosty ftf FarmdaK worn guests of Mr A JJ Scott and wife this week Miss Mary Markham of Henry county was the guest of her aunt Mrs W Keyes this week Mr Jennings and wife of Seattle l Wash wore guests of Mr J S Weathers and wife this week Miss Nannie Clay of Paris was the guest of Miss Emily Thomas Washington street this week Miss Nora Marshall of State Col lege visited her parents Mr Ben Marshall and wife this week Rev Dr J McClusky Blaynoy fis visiting rStn J MaO J Blaynoy Louis Mo Miss Nettie Walcutt who has i i boon visiting friends here has 101 turnod to her home at lJnlwlnndI Orleans La on Saturday night in Miss Eva Hayden this week Miss Sue Middleton of Lexing ton who was the guest of Miss Lula Nelson has returned home Mr J L McCoy and wife of Lexington were guests of Judge E C Roar and wife this week Miss Sara Burnam of Richmond who has been the guest of Miss Virgiua China has returned home Hon John P Haswell of Breck inridge county attended the Re of ton who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned home Mr M H Lucas and wife who have been visiting relatives in Soott county have returned home Miss Mattie Potty of Georgetown College spent Sunday and Monday with her parents Capt Petty and wifeMiss Rebecca Smith of Louis ville who has been the guest of Miss Jennie Craik has returned Isabel Taylor who has been tho guest of Mrs Selby Hnrney has returned to her home at Car lisleMiss Bird of Sliclhyvflle who has been the guest of Miss Margaret Rending has returned home Mrs W It Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr Goo F Berry at Juniper Hill this Geo Goodloe nnd Mr Wm Young of Shelbyville wore guests of Miss Margaret Reading this W S Hawkins exRepre sentative train Carroll county was the guest of relatives here this J B Lewis of this ofllco spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr M T LyleMiss Mary Hendrick Swigert has returned from a visit to her uncle Col Sam M Swigert at Sun Fran cisco Cal Mrs Ruth Hall of Lexington who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs John M Brown has returned home Mr George A Lewis of this olHoe wont to Carlisle Tuesday to inspect the Coinmandory of Knights Templar in that city Mrs T B Woodruff nee Myra Wiard of Lexington was the oast of her parents Mr W L P Wiard nnd wife this week Judge T M Cmdwell of Hnr mdsburg who was the guest of his niece Jlrs1 Morgan Chinn returned homo Saturday Little Miss Minnie Williams Keyos who was the guest of Misses Bennett in Lexington Sunday re turned home that night Miss Edith Posey who is attend ing Caldwell College Danville visited liar parents Mr W Horace Posey and wife this week Mrs Win Harmon and Mr Wil mer Davis of New Rochelle N Y who have been guests of Mrs Thos F Humphries have returned home Mrs Ross A McCnllum of Dayton Ohio who was the guest of her parents Mr John B Dryden nnd wife returned borno on Monday B Adams and sons Marshall and Chnrles left Monday morning for a visit to her parents Mr A K Marshall and wife in Mason county Mr W M Franklin wife and iX i li eBBB Every Visitor BECOMES A CUSTOMER O rIdstlrwill prove our assertion Every department is full to overflowing and our prices are popular Best values inSilks nnd Wool Dross Goods varietySpringLong Coats wool find silk Eton Suits Dress Napkinsand Underwear children tho have been guests of her parents Mr J H Herrymnn and wife in Lexington returned homo Sunday night Miss Mary Hello Taylor enter tained at her handsome home belles and beaux were present 1 In the U S Court on Thursday Judge Cochran sentenced 24 prisoners to various terms of in the county jail for shining ELKS WON In the Library Contest closed on Thursday night the Elks won over the City School by the fol lowing vote Elks 801808 City School 806861 Majority 54947 arHEAVY RAINS AND BIG TIDE Owing to the heavy rains of tho first of tho week in the moun tains there was a big tide in the river and lots of timber came out The big sawmills of this city received a fine and are now ready for a long run which will be good news for tho laborers of this city SELLS HIS FINE HOUSE j Mr Thos E Kenney has sold his fine new residence on Third street to Mr L Samuels for 9000 cash This is one of the prettiest most convenient and most de sirable residences every way in the city A SURPRISE It develops that the regular session of the passed 159 bills which have been delivered to the Governor More than fourfifths of these were passed in the last four days of the session Of course much of this hurried is of a crude and imperfect nature and already a num ber of amendments are found necessary ILL Little Jack son of Colnnd Mrs A D Martin is very ill ofI having boon brought home last Tuesday from tho Gor don School and is now under the care of Dr Dougle of Joliet Col Martins family DrJohn South of this city and a trained nurse from Louisville While the little follow is quite ill owing to his sturdy it is hoped he battle with the disease and claim victory of the malady X15O Curtains Covert Jacket I CHARLES WEITZEL FRANKFORT KY iaEi 8aaEEIer ge tE EIEr EErEat eE1tEatEtEt EA PERSONAL MondayMrs LouisvilleMiss daughterMiss StampingGround nightI morningMrs BBBBB17B13B3 ngQuitoPRISONERS SENTENCED imprisonment consignment Legislature legislation SERIOUSLY pneumonia physician constitution willsuccessfully Lace Ladies Suits Skirts aild Spring Jackets 1- We positively have the nobbiest and best Tailored Suits pricesSuitsJackets 375 450 500 600 See them before making your purchases or you will be disappointed DRESS GOODS upPaliamasVoilesstill so popular 50c 65c and 100 You will find our Dress Goods the most uptodate in the city of Frankfort LKSIyardTheOur Black Silks can not be excelled See them F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisstrictly HAND MADE anrH will out wear any 1 factoryluadejob several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING Jf you need a new vehicle of any buyingWe 4 ing vehicles Write or phone us and our representative will call to see you Wo take vehicles from and deliver them back to yonIwithout co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WAIID C M BKOAVNTXG Sec and Trca u t nuGOOD PROSPECT FOR A JUG FURNITURE FACTORY Wo have it from reliable au thority that a hug furniture factory is negotiating for location in this city This concern has 20 000 worth of machinery ready to put into a plant and guarantee tho erection of tho building in ninety days from tho time the ground is secured They will give employment to 75 hands besides purchasing supplies of all kinds They ask tho people of this city to give thorn the ground upon which to erect the building and ask the City Council to exempt their property from taxation for five years which power is given ji Pt6 15 warranted Frankfort President Jthat body under tho charter of tho city Tho company have abundant menus with which to run the fee tory after it shall be built fit We hope may be ooryencourngementIIt merchants menus a OWl THE RIGHT KIND If you are troubled with Pilesitl WitohfHnzolCoChioagoyou have used Witch Hazel Salve probablemany worthless counterfeits thatare sold on the reputation of the HazelSalve a I J DORA TIIORNE I To those who have never read f Bertha M Clays fatuous novel r the following synopsis will prove interesting especially as Dora Thome will appear in a drum atized form ai the Capital Theatre next Wednesday March 21 for one performance This play and hook deals with a beautiful love story in a rural English home An innocent young girl daughter ofa lodge keeper of an Englishman of high birth is loved by the son of the r latter The match meets with disfavor of the young mans I father but despite the fact that his father informs him either to give up thin girl or his home and luxury he hoses Dora Thome FThe her young girl a pure and hon = eat creature loves the young man quito as well as ho loves her but through the efforts ofn young sailor who has loved the girl from dejit young people are separated and made to Relieve later that each has been unfaithful to the other This state comes about as a result of the efforts of Lady Chartaris and the father of the Earl The young sailor returns after a two years voyage to find that J Doras favor has hoes transferred from him to the young nobleman and several complications arise from this which for a time take on a serious aspect both for Dora and her lover The time arrives r whom honesty and faithfulness triumphs und the closing scenes find everything favorable for the young folks The company appearing in Dora Thorno is said to bo of exceptional merit und the cnesI and costumes are said beautiful time scenic and elec trical effects in the lust act time illuminated gardens at Earl Manor are said to be especially commendable Seats on sale Saturday SI PLUNKARD 7 C Lewis that ever popular character comedian and his com comes to Capital Theatre matinee and tight Saturday March 24 An exchange says Whenever time name of Si Plunk ard is mentioned where it has been before the dullest face becomes bright with tho thought of the goodnatured young farmer who has caused so many to hold their sides in laughter He is not onollt visiting small country towns He is not a man of education hut simply a Simonpuro farmer whose homo is always open for the weary traveler Si Plunkard is not a but a well de vised andoxceptionally strong and interesting comedy withu plot taken from every day life It is a play nay one can take a lesson from The play abounds in bright specialties by the funny comedians told the two little children baby Irene Spooner and lit tle Arietta Lewis The company will give their famous and orig inal funny country band street parade announcing their arrival in your city Marion Lewis dashing young lending mayof the Si Plunknrd Company is a clever artist und an excellent vocalist She has the past four seasons played the role of Dora with the original Si Plunkard Company A FRIEND THAT WAS A FRIEND Dont frown look pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour Htomaoh take Kotlol Dys pepsia Cure Hon Jako Moore of Atlanta Ga says I suffered more than JO yours with indiges tion A friend roconinionded Ko dol It relieved mo in ono lay and I now enjoy better health than for many yearsIiodol digests what you out relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belching etc Kodol strengthens the digestive organs sweetens time stomach and enables you to oat digest assimilate and enjoy whatever you like Sold by J Gayle ePALL THE WAY FROM RUSSIA On Wednesdaylast Mrs Florida Sugarman arrived in this city from far away Russia bringing her infant child in search of her husband i1 r Louis Sugarman It seems that Mr Sugarman came to this country a year or so counItrya year or more ago but was sent back to Russia by tho authorities because she was penniless as tho law requires She wont to work and earned enough to return and succeeded in reaching this city In the meantime Mr Sugarman had filed suit for divorce claim ing that he had sent money to his wife to conic but she hall failed to cIo so It is thought the matte will bo amicably arranged Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerato for akin cruptioflj J7dvancemodes and pafomes 17 The Most Beautiful of Spring Clothes Low Priced for this Introductory Event If you want to delight your eyes surprise your imagination and satisfy the moo t astute longing for excessively pretty fabrics at extremely low prices visit this torn now ijy 311 iiIi1 J READYTOWEAR DRESS GOODS SILKS RUG SUITS That speak their style and ANn WASH GOODS ATTRACTIVENESSvalue without words A Good Suit 1500 The Patterns and Fabrics are exAppel118 to every homo lover We A Nobby Suit 2000 to 3500 distinctctn satisfy your taste and notceedingly pretty and of a your purse JACKETS RoomCorrect500 tp IiiOOwhllt is RIGHT Childrens Jackets 100 to 1000 HOSE SKI r rims xSpccilll3Theshown in Frankfort Fine Skirts New Spring Models in Attractive Brunei CAT Best for women 800 to 1200 Deignand children lOc and lrc W L wo t3 FFMFEi rs SteinbacksBaby and R ROGERScrrl- y See Us in Our New Building THE PROPPJATIONS The following are the most im portant of the appropriation bills which passed tho Legislature The Capitol appropriation 250000 Western Lunatic Asylum 85 000 Eastern Lunatic Asylum 12 500Deaf and Dumb Asylum 17 000 Two State Normal Schools 50 000Confederate Home SOD Commissioner Court of Appeals 5000State Board of Control 7500 Railroad Commissioners increase in salary 15000 Colored Normal School 20000 Central Lunatic Asylum UO 000 Improvements at State Prisons 42000A M College 70000I Institute for Feebleminded Children 20000 State Board of Agriculture 35000 increase Increase of 500 each salary of tilt 8tf circuit judges 115500 HANDSOMELY DONE lust before the sine die adjourn ment of the regular session of the Legislature on Tuesday night YYY OLD TAYLOR TIlE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYIII E H TAYLOR JR fc SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky ci IIi MIt tel ft t i 4f it 4d Speaker Henry H Lawrence was presented with a magnificent soli taire diamond ring the gift of his follow Representatives Judge J S Morris of LaGrange made a neat speech of presentation which was happily responded toIby Mr Lawrence At the same time Chief Clerk Fas JS Stone was the recipient ofn handsome gold watch from the mongers of the House Mr Lawrence has made a fine Speaker and hits made many friends by his course as such There never was and probably never will be a better Chief Clerk than jolly genial told capable 1Tim Stone Ho has the Intsi ness at his fingers ends and knows tho ropes from beginning to end He is always courteous and obliging under the most try circumstancesWo the warm ap preciation shown for Mr Stone THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints 10 Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho 1acilic Const or Puget Sound Country lacing tho period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including jliiutl tho Beautiful in the Cana hum Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to tho Exposi Lion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta time Mor nion capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the motes nIl mountains of Colorado the sub illni Grand Canon that no brush has over copied tool to soo and reach all by tho most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Motion It on to Agent while in Louisville for his ollloo is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature Oil time subject and nil information will bu cheerfully null intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Moth phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Mouon Route Louisville Ky Dr Weavers Syrnp Purtie tho blood t Cerate ointment for tho ikk Walking Chair Price 275 SONS DOT GET THE HABIT Indigestion is much ot1a habit Dont get the habit Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eating and you will quit belching putting palpitating and frowning Kodol Digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Kodol is a thorough digestant and will afford relief front any disorder due to im perfect digestion or umlnsshnila tion of food Sold by W Gn le Sir You cannot palm off any substitute lUNa me Ive been using August Flower since was a boy and Ill have no other million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is showingIcure of indigestion and dyspepsii tho hrppinessqAugust Flower is a sure specific for all stomach and intestinal disorders that regulatorsqAugust s record of over 35 years in curing the ailing millions of these distressing complaints SQlwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sujo by Gayle iiiiiriSa For the Spring of HlOii tho BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus etc Wo employ no agents Strawberry and General Catalogue on application to M103m + H F HILENUETEB SONS rq TfteFramuartfloimflaDoiit = === Sutrretl lit the tnistolliic at Frankfort lien lucky us siiomlelnss niailublv matter t iEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub lFRAtJKFORT MAR 17 1906 th EXTRA SESSION CALLED Owing to the fierce fight made by the rectifiers upon the section of the revenue law just passed by I the Legislature und which forced u compromise Gov Becklmm t Into Tuesday night issued the following proclamation calling an LegislaturerPROCLAMATION Commonwealth Kentucky Executive Department Under section SO of the Consti tution of Kentucky I as Governor of the Commonwealth call you to meet in extraordinary ses sion at twelve oclock noon Wed nesday March 14 1900 for the consideration of the following subjects to wit To levy a tax as you may deem advisable upon any corporation association company copartner ship or individual engaged in the business or occupation of com pounding rectifying adulerating iknown distilled spirits maid designated as single stamp spirits- I regret the necessity of this mall but my reasons for it are so apparent to every member of the General Assembly that it is hardly necessary to explain You have Just passed through a long and bitter contest over the passage of a revenue bill and in that strng glo the great mass of the people whose servants we are have not received all to which they are justly entitled In the revenue bill you have just passed in your regular session this one question has been the stumbling block and has well nigh defeated all sensible anti reasonable fiscal legislation A powerful interest present with its astute and capable representa tives iias been able for a week or more to block all legislation upon the important question of your 4 SPED PIT LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of- occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable t means of remedying im proper and weak development restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food r No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good j from it We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form a label is on the wrapper every bottle Emulsion you BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y audl all druggists 11f31P Grim Heart Grasp Causedi Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesHeort Cure and Nervine Cured Me BirminghamAlaas follows It is with the greatest pleasure that I rec ommend Dr Miles Ntrvine and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good they have me Last winter I had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on my left side for a long time I not your Heart Cure and took three bottles 1 have no trouble now withmy heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem gettinnerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried our Restor ative Nervine 1 felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all gone I never fail to recommend it to others afflicted as I was All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad revenue affairs and ns Chief Ex ecuive I give you this opportunity to determine whether or not this industry shall bear its proportion of the burden of taxation It is the most prosperous industry in Kentucky earning the largest profits upon its investment of any other business enterprise and certainly able with ease to bear the measure of reasonable taxa tion originally placed upon it by your committees And yet its power has been so great that the whole system of our revenues the condition of the State Treasury and the welfare of the Common wealth have been threatened by its opposition to the recent revenue bill You are also to consider the powers and authority of your Au tUtors agents whose proper duties are to investigate and proceed against those who have not fairly given in an assessment of their property This power has been seriously impaired by the provisions of the bill recently passed You are therefore assembled in extra session to consider these two questions and if it should appear advisable during your de liberations to investigate any matters affecting such consideration your authority may be en larged by an umPIHlm1cnll Very respectfully r C W 13ECKHAM Frankfort Ky March 18 05 ate BABY BURNED John Williams Jr the three yearold baby boy of Mr John Williams of North Wilkinson street was playing in a room at his homo on Wednesday after noon when his dress was caught on fire at an open grate His mother who had gone to the yard was attracted by his screams and rushed to his assistance The baby wilts badly burned about the face and head and Mrs Williams hands and arms were badly burned ulsojDr Goodrich was called and dressed the injuries of both which are serious FINE CARRIAGE WRECKED On Wednesday night the driver of one of Jailers Bros fine car riages alighted from the box to got a pair of gloves when the horses took fright and ran down Main street until they reached the c rner of Washington when the lrrifge was overturned and Hushed to kindling wood The InrBes being released from the carriage were soon captured The carriage was almost a total loss and was vuued at about 500 r t4i 6bC REMANDED TO STATE COURT The U S Supreme Court through Justice Harlan handed down an opinion in the case of Caleb Powers v State of Ken Lucky in which that court unani motisly held that the case could not bo taken into that court until the final action of the State Court in which some right guarantees by the Constitution had been denied and the Court of Appeals of Kentucky having reversed tin sentence of death made in the Scott Circuit Court too case hud not been finally passel upon If the appellant should finally be convicted in the State court n writ of error would lie to take the case to the U S Supremo Court The following excerpt from Justice Harlan s opinion covers pretty well the points decided The petition for removal alleged that tho Circuit Court und tho Court of Appeals of Kentucky refused to recognize the pardon thereby denying to the defendant equal civil rights and equal protection of laws secured by the Constitution Consequently it was contended he was denied and could not enforce in Kentucky the rights the pardon gave him Manifestly this question as to tho pardon does not make a case of removal on the ground of the denial or inability to enforce in judicial tribunals of Kentucky right reserved by law providing for equal civil rights of citizens of the United States Whether the nonrecognition by the State courts of the validity of the pardon involved denial of any right secured by other law or by the Constitution of the United States we need not consider UE thel Circuit Court could not in virtue of section 041 take cog nizance of this prosecution or re moval we could not now pass upon the merits of tiny question of Federal right which might arise in the case It is suflicient to say that if the accused by reason of the Tay lor pardon acquired any right under the Constitution or Federal laws and ifut the next trial of his case that right having been specially set up and claimed could be denied by the highest court of the State such action of that court in respect of that pardon can be reviewed here upon writ of error We have not overlooked the suggestion that it is impossible for tho accused to obtain a fair trial in the State Courts The suggestion is in effect that there was deliberate purpose upon the part of the prosecution to take tho life of defendant under forms of law oven if the facts had not established his guilt Looking alone at the case as made by the petitions for removal the trials of the accused make an exhibition of misconduct upon the part of the prosecution which may woll shock all who love justice und recognize the right of every human being accused of crime to bo tried according to law Further this case as made by tho record it must be concedea tends to show if it does not justify the belief that administrative oflicers hud it in mind at each trial to exclude from the jury so far as possible to do so every person however com petent who belonged to tho same jolitical party as the accused r WELL WORTH TRYING W H Brown the popular pension attorney of Pittsfloltl VI says Next to a pension tho best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills Ho writes They keep ny family in splendid health Quick cure for Headache Consti tution und Biliousness loc Guar inteed at all druggists OnoIlIinutoof their little ones it has saved A lortftin cure for coughs croup and whooping cough Makes bieathing cuts out phlegm and draws lout tho inflammation It should bo kept on hand for immediate use Solo by J W Gaylo e 7lThis signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cures u ovlil la osre elay itrit lI 6 IPleasant to take J Laxative SyrupJt NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONdi Ask Your Doctor y Bifc 1i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts arerth- ebest medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n ill norals 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 bring about a complete cure ridding you as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than J any other you have tried xAALLTobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulinsiy1Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paint Oils Etc r Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky 1TandMadeMSour Mash Whiskies Dontjforget tho place jj I JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky r Dr Cadys Condition Iowiers are inns what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They aro not food tfmedicine an the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sata by J W Gayle and LeComnte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh S River Louisville Nol Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves m Arrives 745 n m New Orleans Specinl No L P m Arrives 635 pra No crAOl Local Man No Leaves 720 a m Arrives 465 n m For Fulton Paducah and 4nti rmi ate points Connection to and froii Elizabeth town HodcenvUlo and Hopklnsville except no Sunday service to Elizabethtown and Hodgen ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation NO Leaves 4W p m Ar ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgenville and Klizabethtown except on Sundays Stop at all stations- All Trains Run Daily Southern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville JS 10 St Louis and the West IiTwo Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m Lou n isville 900 a m Arrive St Louis 612 p Carrying vosfcibuled coaches and OafoObsorvation Parlor Car Moals a changeLeaveisville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 732 a Ill Carrying Free R Chair Cars and Pullman Sloaperlthrou without change Reserve Sleeping CarBerths at III East Main St Lexington Ky 1or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave nlp toi WATCHC4St- ARECARRIED ALL OVER Cases plain simple and ornate I silver in either Gold Gold Filled or I St Clair S reet YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD Written for tho Roundabout WHISTLING IN THE RAIN A country led with shoeless foot Came down the citys busy stroot A victim to the winters cold His garments ragged patched and old And yet I hoard like sweet re frain The boy go whistling through the rain It touched my heart its cadence sweat A stranger too to town and street So fearless bright so openeyed Some mothers darling some duos pride I wondered if Id moot again The boy who whistled in the rain nut no some strange kind plan devised This chance sweet meeting It was wise A lesson learnedfor lifo and death By the more passing of ones breath 0 wondrous sacrifice to gain The knowledge whistled in the rain N S COX March 1806 U S COURT The following is n list of tho grand und petit jurors summoned for the March term of the U S District Court for tho Eastern District of Kentucky GRAND JURY VENIRE Jasper Bryant Liuvronueburg e Anderson county Bailey Roach Lawrenceburg Anderson county Letton Paris Bourbon A T Rico Paris Bour county Charles Stevens JjcountyBourbon county T B Ed Carrollton Carroll county are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to causes the stomach to INexpandswell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course of t time the heart becomes diseased Kdlj1 Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain oft of the heart and nourishment therStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digestiveof the Stomach After eatlntr my food would distress mo by making my heart palpitate and would become very weak finally got a bottle of Kodol and it gave mo Immr taste reset After using a few bottles am cured MRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Van N Y DyspepsiaBunD KAUBLB Nmda a j Digests What YOU Eat oltarbottlsholdssi tt par at tea uasa at touch at the oratory IODWltt total or0cent sic OoOhtea r UiA For sale by Jj W Gaylo i ir tJ i INI 1 J IEEPI4G A GOOD W1TCIH1I 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 yvv A SELBERT 9IF Reliable Jeweler 230 doubtt contributes 1I Handlon Carrollton CnrI roll county S Sudduth FrankI fort Franklin county James lI Burton Eminence Henry county Ben 1 LeMastoiy Campbells burg Henry county Elijah Ar nold New Columbus Owen coun ty William Keightly Can by Owen county Allvin Duvall Georgetown Scott county Virgil Lewis Bagdad Shelby county W IJScott Scotts Station Shelby county Mike Fisher Bedford Trimble county E Hola chard Milton Trimble county Crit Miles Bedford Trimbl- county Claude F Riley Pinck ard Woodford county J W Steele Versailles Woodford countyPETIT JURY VENIRE Joe Batsell Lawrencoburg Anderson county W H Chapman Lawrenceburg Anderson county W B Morgan Lawrenceburg Anderson county N B Stratton Lawrenceburg Anderson county J J Thompson Lawrenceburg Anderson county Clarence Watts Birdie Anderson county George R Bell Paris Bourbon county C L Blackerby Paris Bourbon county Ossian Edwards Paris Bourbon county R P Hopkins Little Rock Bourbon county John J Redmon North Middle town Bourbon county L W Dunaway Carrollton Carroll county John 1 Forbes Carroll- ton Carroll county William Purnell Lexington Fayette coun ty J T Vance Lexington Fay otto county Guy Barrett Frankfort Franklin county S French Hoge Franklin county George A Lewis Frankfort Franklin county Lee A Owen Jetts Franklin county W S Rossen Frankfort Franklin county P C Sower Frankfort Franklin county George W Herndon Eminence Henry county L C Skidmoro Campbollsburg Henry county Robert Marston Epp Owen county P II Welch Hos tor Owen county J T Burton Georgetown Scott county J L Grover Georgetown Scott county James Mulbolland George town Scott county James II Robey Long Lick Scott county Phil Smith Georgetown Scott county John Botts Shelby ville Shelby county W T CluMiault Shelbyville Shelby county M Cowherd Shelbyville Shelby county S G Hiigan Simpson vino Shelby county T T Hen dorson Shelbyville Shelby coun ty J A Money Shelbyville Shelby county D W Owens Bagdad Shelby county Horatio Thompson Chestnut Grove Shel by county G H Cook Bedford Trimble county James h Sub lotte Versailles Woodford county dignatnro Bewi the oaSrOnXA of l ftf l l lt t t CLIMATIC CURES The influenco of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and tho rich patient too can do much hotter at home by- proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreois made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking regularlya warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives benefitedeuse German Syrup are Trial bottle 25c regular size Toe At all druggists yr NEW TRAINS ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY Effective Sunday February 25th the Southern Railway will place in service two additional trains in each direction between Danville and Lnwrenceburg These trains will leave Danville at 705 a m and 230 p m connecting at Lawrence burg with trains arriving Louisville at 1040 a in and 615 p m respectively In the return direction trains will arrive at Danville at 110 a m and 710 p m connecting at Lfwrenoebur with trains leaving Louisville at 010 a m and 830 p m respectively The inauguration of those trains will enable tho people of Danville Hnrrodsbuiu and other stations on the Danville Branch to leave their homes at a convenient hour in the morning and arriving at Louisville at 1040 a m and they can then do their shopping and leave at 830 p m arriving IJouisilJeI burg at 047 p in p m and other stations ingly earlier The now trains will bo accommodation trains making all local stops The train arriving at Danville at 1010 a m will connect with Q C twin No 5 for all local stations on Q C Route south of Danville These local trains will he in addi tion to the present through trains which are now being operated be tweon Louis Hie and the Southeast via Lawronceburs and Danville and should prove a great con voni ence to the traveling public Train No will leave Louisville at 750 a m instead of S a in and will reach Danville at 1055 a m connecting with 2 d C Route train No 5 also with train No Tho Florida Limited for Florida and nil points south Train No 23 carrying observation sleeper which is operated through without change from Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine Fin in connection with The Chi ago d Florida Special from Danville will continue to leave Louis ville at 745 p m This Now Train Service should prove of groat convenionoo to peo 110 of Danville Harrodsbuvg and other points as it will enable them to do their shopping in Louisville and return home the same day und it is thought that this will have tho oilect of causing shoppers to go ClICiIlUntiland4 CITY IN DARKNESS Owing to an accident to tIll big engine at the Electric Light Plant tho street lights of tho city went out about S oclock on Monday night and the troublo was not remedied until Tuesday although a force of mechanics were kept at work all night Monday night After the lights in the business houses were extinguished the darkness could 4 almost be foltI A wheelmans tool bag isnt com plate without a bottle of Dr Thomas Eolootrlo Oil Heals cuts bruises stings Monarch over painwJ tj zili IllIE BUSY MANS LINE HETWETCX LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUISAND SOUTHWEST rfc IS VIA t Louis V III etelidorsoil audtrLollis RaiWay- HENDERSON ROUTE m PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest and West first nnd third Tuesdays February and March 1000 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Tex as Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30th Limit to return May 31 lUnG Secondclass Colonist Rates to South west Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February nnd March ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent Secondclas Colonist Rates to Califor nia and Northwest tickets on sale daily Peb kith to April 7th DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats i Port Huron Bu the Magnificent SttamtH of the Line Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat after arrival oCmorning trains Returning arrive Week r Sundays ooo p Fare to Detroit unlimited round trlpJI Bscuraloni to Detroit and return Week Day1 ilSundays 71e ToPt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only faoa meals and berth extra Special Rate to SoclttttJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for lluffalo the SooDuluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 QOlOENOJfJL 9 I WAXTEDDIstrlct Managers to post signs advertise and distribute perdaypresent employment IDEAL SHEAR CO Randolph St Chicago 20- 4mTrusLy I Trusses We have for a long time made a specialty of trusses We have an immense stock in every respect so complete in fact that no one in need of a truss can in justice to himself afford to overlook it or to deny himself the experience in fitting that we have gained through many years practice An illfitting truss or one of faulty construction is of no more value than none so that it is to your in terest to avail yourself of our experience both as to make and fit ill WM GAYLE Druggist Corny Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky loridaNew Orleans ICuba reached in comfort via QUEEN CRESCIN1 ROUTEAND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago da Florida Special January Solid Pullman Train Leave CINCINNATI 930 7 M LEXINGTON 1140 P M litDiningand St Augustine via ChatUt noogaand Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train- LeavoCINCINNATI DANVILLE 1091 890 AtDay Pullman hvatlon and Dining Cars tar tit Augustine Shrevcport ami New rltant vlaChattanoogaAtlantaandBIrm ham Queen fc Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan villa to New Orleans via Chattanooft and Birmingham also through antiSavannahWinter tourist tickets now on sale itreduced rates For Information apply Chas VI D P Cincinnati Clag P LUlato KI R11UUOI- OtDtnl AfwiCINCINNATI j AtTENTION FARMERS 4 III WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded Fences 1 t No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is madee of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only byj Buggy 0 Merchants KindsSOWER COHardwareof All ex 307309 MainSf r MARRIED MARTINPEVELERIn this cityon Thursday Mr Robert Martin und Miss Annie Peveler were married by Rev Mr Hukill- ROBERTS11RIGIITIii this city on Saturday Mr John A Roberts and Miss Mary Wright both of Elmville were married by Rev h D Stucke- rHUGHESCOCHRANFriends of the contracting parties have received the following announce meat yA Mrs Martha E Cochran t request the honor of your pres ence at the marriage of her daughter i II Laura Edwina to Mr James W Hughes Jr- Ion the evening of Tuesday March 20 1900 1 lint 5 oclock- ChristiHlChurch Eminence Ky Mr Hughes is a hustling enterprising young farmer livin nt Woodlake His bride tobe is a splendid young lady handsome popular t and a fine vocalist being lending soprano singer in the First Pres byterian Church of Lexington sTHE BEST SAFEGUARD f r Tho host safeguard against head ache constipation anti liver EerltRiserslittle pills in the liuuso and take a dose at heel time when you feel that the stomach and bowels need cleansing Tliev dont gripe Soldt by 1 WOnylu FRANCES MINE HORROR J By an explosion in a mine in 1 Courriers district in Franco 1100 l1IImelS were instantly killed by of flumes which en 4circled them Their families number some tofexplotTO WHOM JT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County plJbllutan excellent remedy for Rheuma Strainscness through tho Lungs Sore HIifor years truly228m Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Boceeief treatment for blood and akin disease NEW EXPRESS AGENT Jj On Wednesday last Mr Kenton Sanford Jr of Cincinnati Ohio t was appointed agent of the Adams JExpress Co in this city to silo John L Overmoyer who rir Pf n has been the agent for some three years or more Mr Snnford is said to ho well qualified for the position Col Overmeyor who retires has been transferred to Louisville He is an old honored and valued employe of the company thoroughly posted as to the business of the corporation Wo regret exceedingly to see Mr Overmeyer leave this city Ho has been the victim of un toward circumstances which he was in no way responsible for and which the company will have to remedy before matters will run smoothly Mr Overmeyer will have a more congenial place and will be with his family who re side near Cherokee Park ui Louisville a STARVING TO DEATH 0IBccatifio her stomach was weakened by useless drugging she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0 was literally starving to death She writes My stomach wits so weak from useless drugs that I could nut eat and my nerves so sleepgo die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Nest health tonic on earth oOc Guaranteed by all druggists COULD NOT STAY OUT Some months ago Mr 0 C Kenney sold his onehalf interest in the big lumber mills of Kenney Bros to ills brother Mr Thos Br Kel1noIwas reached between tho brothers by which he purchased back that interest He just could not stay out FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Tbo Southern Railway hnvo in augurated freo reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansvillo on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 75U a m and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operates free reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Railway is 2J miles tho shortest from Iouisvillo to Evansvillu and JH miles tho shortest to St Louis rSONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS Fayotte Hewitt Post Sons of Confederate Veterans will meet ill the State Library on Monday afternoon at 4 oclock LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full lino of all the latest styles in wall pupor Call told ex amino stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23 tf Dr Weaver Treatment fynpparlrlMtta blood CmUhckli skin eruu Nf fir j ii t V i J J DEATHS SOUTIiIn Phwuix Arizona on Tuesday Mr Jero W South son of Capt W T B South aged 20 years consumption Mr South was a fine manly young fellow Before his health failed he was an employo of Messrs Crutcher it Simpson About two years since ho went to Colorado in hopes of staying the white plague but in vain He was a devoted Christian and churchworker The remains will be brought home for burial He leaves a father mother two sisters and four brothers to mourn his untimely deat- hHULETTEIn this county on Tuesday Mr Ezra Huletto aged 48 years of typhoid pneumonia- Mr Huletto was in bad health for some years and the attack o pneumonia was more than he could stand in his enfeebled con dition He was a devout member of Choateville Christian Church He leaves a wife and two 5011 lentiltThe funeral was held on Wednesday from the Choateville Chris tian Church conducted by Rev C Hudson and tho remains were interred in the Choateville Ceme teryCluRKAt her home Ilea Hatton on Sunday Mrs Susan Clark wife of Squire W F Clark died very suddenly aged 48 years u8unlIload She was a devout Metho dist and exemplary Christian She leaves a devoted husband and three children Mrs Naomi Stratton Miss Nona and Mr Mar vin Clark to mourn her untimely end The church the community and the family have sustained great lossThe funeral services took place on Tuesday afternoon conducted by Rev J 0 A Vaught of this city and tho remains wnro laid away in tho Hatton Cemetery Wo extend to our bereft friend the warmest sympathy 1Hl0 CURE A FELON Philllpshl1Jlwith Bueklcns Arnica Salvo and the salvo will do the rest Quick est cure for Hums Bolls Soros Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Foot and Sore Eyes Only 2uo at all druggists Guaranteed ARRESTED Sam HU1lodof Jessamine county was arrested hero on Thursday charged with stealing a horse and buggy at Keene and selling same iu Versailles fi 1000000 Shingles FROMI200 to 400 per Thousand AT Hammond Gos ILLINOIS ANNOUNCEMENTS 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 tinge St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of Now Orleans The best road for reaching the Win SouthfNew Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans February 27 06 Gulfport is a Mexi can Gulf Coast resort having the H0to1gfrom Now ocean Orleans for Mexico Con tra America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for de scriptive matt r in regard to the IHavana above via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through thertoenI not S S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wednesday sit 400 prut and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without chance Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis front Cincin nnti und Louisville Through Dlxio Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville Atlanta via Nashville Chattanooga and Mexico California Special Tours of Mexico and Call fern in via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond d Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 22id for Mexico and Cal 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 Dar service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion mrs through to Los Angeles and San Francisco everyFriday as follows Via Now Or day from Cincinnati and Louisville Via ChicagoFull Omaha and tho Scenic Route of tho above cite be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting undersigned Hues or by addressing either of tho natiF JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin villeJOHN W HARLOW D P A Louis MemphisA A SCOTT A G P A KOS P T M 18tAl Chicago r Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect February 1ltO6sub- ject to change without notice For Louisville Xishvillo Memphis West and Southwest DOD A M and GU R M Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A 31 and 741 P M Daily 23lyr 50 YEARS- EYPERIENCr TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ocAnyone sending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion an Intention probably tion rlct 1 conUdont on Patents i patentsIntents losptctal notice without charge In tbo Scientific flmvltmhandsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culation of nclentlttc Journal Terms i nowadealoreMUNN Branch Office F Sto Washlniiton C Get acquain ad wih r SMITHS qil SMITHS MAGAiNEXand you are strangers we you the magazine three months free that you may get acquainted g SMITHS is the Lhsest illus traced magazine in the world 70Itpages of reading matter cad pic tures the same size page r3 the big standard magazines like IJcrpsrs and CcnturyJq SMITHS is made up of the best of everything best stories that can be obtained best illustra Lions that sever arlists can IIand the best special articles written by writers who know their subject thoroughly and write as entertain ingly as they are instructive 9 SMITHSao prints every month 81score or more pretty portraits in colors of bautiful women Takn all in all there is no better m azirc la1 SMITHS in tact none nculy as caodno tastier whit the cost VAddress33 Seventh AvenueNcw York City Ji I ri a-p I Flyer Priceson and Saturday l a 111 Below vc quote u few of our regular Recordbreaking prices Come vourelfSpecialfor six nice Hat Pins Ic for Card Hooks and Eyes 15c for best Talcum Powdor Flyer Prices will be given on Silkalines C i etonue Roll Pins Tape lOo 5o for for Wash Dress Shields Rags nes Flannelettes and Outing Clothslcfor boltFentherStitchedBrnid lOc for Taffeta Ribbons for one 49e for Corsets worth to 125 lie for Good Hair Brushes 4Jo for new Wash Silks CalicoSpecialEmbroideries 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton fc for Apron Gingham L S D JOHNSON COt f =A VINDICATION FOR DR PIERCE A verdict has been rendered in I favor of the plaintiff in the libel suit brought against the Ladies Homo Journal Published by the Curtis publishing Co by the Worlds Dispensary Medical Asso ciation of which Dr R V Pierce is President The suit was drought by Doctor Pierce against the Curtis Publishing Co for making faso statements about one of his standard family med icines known as Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription In the May number of the Ladies Home Journal 1904 Mr Edward Bole the editor stated that Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription contained alcohol and some other harmful ingredients and Dr Pierce had in the action alleged that the de fendant maliciously published this article containing such false mind defamatory matter Dr Pierce further claimed that no alcohol is or over was contained in his Favorite Prescription that said medicine was a egetablo preparation and contained no deleterious ingredients whatever that Mr Boks statement pro tending to give some of the in gredients of said medicine was wholly and absolutely false tDuring the trial the Vice Presi Dispensaryt FACTS IN NATURE d Fromwr For people who aro rundown and nervous who r from indigestion or dys headache biliousness or torpid tJ liver coated tongue with bitter taste the morning and poor appetite it bo comes necessary to turn to somo tonic or strengthoner will assist Nature and help them to got on their feet and put tho body Into its proper condition It is becoming moro and moro apparent that Natures most valuable health giving agents are to be found in forest plants f and roots Nearly forty years ago Dr RV Pierce row consulting physician to tho Invalids ru1Hotel and at UiilTulo N Y discovered that by scicntllically extracting and combiningcertain medici nal principles taken our forests ho could pro iIJduco a medicine which was marvelously liverlmiidrstomn ichstrouble disorder 4xnd as well as many other chronic or lingering nil moats This concentrated extract of Ittl Natures vitality lie named Golden Med ical Discovery It purities the blood by tho stomach liver into healthy condition thereby helping the 1 digestion and assimilation of food Melt feeds tho blood Thereby it cures weak stomach indigestion torpid liver or bit iousness and kindred derangements If you have coated tongue with bitter or bad tasto in tho morning frequent headaches feel weak easily tired stitches In side back gives out easily and 1aches belching of gas constipation or Irregular bowels feel ul ternating with chilly sensations or kin dred symptoms point to derange mont of stomach liver and kidneys i which tho Golden Medical Discovery will correct more speedily and perma nently than other known agent Con tams no alcohol or habitforming drugs I All its ingredients printed in plain Eng wrappert6 for substitution Is to moreOetltuto for Golden Discovery Constipation causes and aggravates many serious diseases It Is thoroughly inured by Dr Plercos Pleasant Pellets oo laxative two or three are cathartic fi+ JiPW1 tho ingredients of Dr Piorcos Favorite Prescription were ex tracted from the following native roots Golden Seal Blue Cohosh Ladys Slipper Black Cohosh and Unicorn by means of pure glycer ine He was asked how he knew as a physician and experienced medical man that the Favorite Prescription was a cure for the diseases peculiar to women such as amonorrhea dysmenorrhea anteaversion rotroversion and he stated that he knew such was the fact because of his professional experience and the many thousands of women whose ills had been cured by this Prescription The Vice President being asked to give his authorities read from tho standard work suchas the United States Dispensatory The American Dispensatory and many other standard medical booksThe retraction printed by the Curtis Publishing Company two months after the libelous statement appeared and nearly two mouths after time suit had been begun stated definitely that anal yses had been made at their request and that the Favorite Pre scription did not contain either alcohol opium or digitalis OASTOElJABears theTheSignature of APPOINTED STATE BOARD OF CONTROL Under a recent act of the Leg islature authorizing the creation ofa State Board of Control for tho various eleoymosinary institu tions of the State the Governor on Saturday appointed the fol lowing gentlemen to compose that Board D Poroiful Haly Chair man Milton Board and D B Redwine The compensation of each member of tho Commission will bo 2500 per annum A pretty comfortable sum for time lucky fellows who need not look any further for their per diem pot days TUESDAY NIGHTS FIRE At 715on Tuesday night an alarm from box 85 culled tho firo boys to tho residence of Miss Jessie Morris on Hill street whore a buck room was burning furiously By hard work the department confined the flames to the room in which they started which was however gutted the walls roof and tho furniture therein being destroyed Tho loss amounted to about 300 Time blaze lighted up the whole north end of the city 111 Jr riIi RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rector will preach at 11 a in and 730 p Lenten services at 4 oclock p in SaturdayInesday and Friday Teachers Meeting at 715 on Fri day Qovning The public cordially Invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m In the chapelBaraca Class at 945 a m taught pastorBaptist Peoples Union at chnpolI His Work and What We May Learn About Our Own Wor- kPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets even olmpelI moots Tues Evoiyhody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a in Sundayschool 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev MoC Blaynoy D D will preach at a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 080 p in Prayermooting at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m maid 730 p Sunllnschool at 945 a m Fpworth Limgu at 045 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESB YTERIA N OH17RCH Hnv Will Crowe pas tor will preach at a m and 730 oclock p in Morning subjectHrho Better Lund tt Evening Rulljoutwilhe Programs of Redemption Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 580 p m Prayermooting Wednesday at Everybody invited to attend e QUEER THINGS HAVE HAPPENED During tho session of time Legis lature just closed sumo queer timings have happened The House Bill No 881 to prevent the running of pool rooms passed the House almost unanimously It was sent to the Senate printed and delivered to that body Sud donly every copy of it disappeared and tho original bill also turned up missing Luckily however the proof sheets remained in our office from which it was re printed but the delay proved fatal to the measure just what its enemies desired to accomplish Just an hour or so before the adjournment it was discovered that another bill which prevented the shipment of intoxicants into local option districts by common carriers was also missing after being put out for enrollment Another copy wits however ob tained enrolled signed mind sent to the Governor Moral If you want tD make sure of a bill becoming a low you must watch it especially if it pinches some ones interests Women love n clear healthy complexion Pure blood makes it pureblood THE LEGISLATURE IN CALLED SESSION The Legislature met on Wednes day in called session with many vacant seats It did nothing on that day and adjourned until Thursday When it met on Thursday bills to tux rectifiers to regulate the office of Auditors Agent timid to prevent lobbying were introduced and an adjournment taken until Tuesday next o tmlEarly Risers Tho famous little pits WOMEN WHO SEEK NOTHING BUT PRIVILEGES Mr William M Ivans the late Republican candidate for Mayor of New York City in his speech at the luncheon in honor of the SOth birthday of Susan B Anthony said in part I am hero today because I believe this to be my place It is tho duty of every man to uphold the hand of overt woman in her efforts to redress a great and un spoakablq political wrong How can anyy man with a heart and a soul and intellect look his wife or daughter in time face and say that ho is qntitled to political right which she does not possess That man has the soulof a hypo crit who tells you that ho believes himselfentitled to the ballot for tho protection of his life liberty and prosperity and wishes to deny to his wife tho mother of his chit dren an equal right in tho main tenance of her liberty proporty timid prosperity Such an attitude of mind is inconceivable to me And if I can not conceive of tho denial of this right by man still less can I understand its denial by woman Of all incon ceivable things on earth tho woman antisuffragists are tho most so They consider them r IIf selves qualified to discuss these questions lint not qualified to cast a ballot They organize so cieties to clean our streets and promote good government of all kinds yet refuse the ballot which would enable them to choose servants to do these very thingsxThey prefer privileges to duty Let them do their duty by the side of men und women and not be so supremely unwomanly as to seeknothing but privileges 3 History shows us that women are the civilizers of society They are the beings who make the characters of men and to assert that they have not the right to vote by the side of men is the ab solute negation of reason RLittleThe famous little pillsrKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 1- l ASK FOR 5 i T E M theIWhen you want Best Flour It is Best in ColorIBest in 1- B es tNu tete7fAnd it wont fail you in a pinch Sold Only by Grocers x t Wo also handle meal mind food All 4 orders promptly Oiled THE J E 11 MILUXG Co Frankfort Ky New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST hi effect Sunday May new trains will lenvo a m dally The evening trains to tmine points 1010 p m daily service car service for SnnFran scoExcursion tickets now ou For further information can on or addreas R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass At Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis c JtJZ Written for r the Roundabout EDUCATIONAL TRAINING In the earliest history of parental authority the axiom of success was systematized in its entirety evidenced by logical rea soning nod perforce the rod if it was necessary to the perfection of tho childs character Such training evolved n strict adher mice to filial authority and u complete if not positive acqui escence to the will of the parents with never so much as a question asked or a command refused to be obeyed From such progeni tors of thought a race of sturdy yeomen took possession of landed estates and used withskillful exactness the estimate of work expended work exorcised und remuneration received The text book of learning was simple in its every sense Remarkable in its terseness and after finding an avenue of punitive and terminal objectiveness became the lending feature in tho makeup of the citizengeneral the lawmaker the doctor the preacher and the expounder of ethics educational and otherwise A little education was consid ered suflicient to start the boy on the road to prosperous endeavor and together with his trade for this was incumbent the possessor of health strength and a limited share of ambition could forge to the front ranks and snake for himself a name well worthy the gentleman or any other vocation he might choose to follow Life was ideal in the placidness t of its quietude and gracious con- tentednesst and there were loves requirements mind the sweet at tentiveness of a common friend ship that mode these days old fashioned ones which come to us nowon the pages ofa written past as does the fragrant breath of roses from the garden of buried memoriesToday we lookout of tho windows ofu progressive age through the doorway of intellectual en yf deavor upon a world full of push and power wherein lies the ex pressed force and energy of great dynamics individual and col lee the which must be put to service and used for a specific purpose and positive and determinate destination or the will becomes weak the intellect deficient the personal powers hampered us well as ineffectual in its every thought illIThey grasp almost instantly the tangible train of truth which is and consequently are ifel1ubled to use as their own the t knowledge so much desired so essential to educational training needfIJprofits of emphasis required a les interestingtt convocation of farmers so lately f assembled in institute work in this city These men were earnest lndocutes of practical methods in every line of farm progression and to listen to the words of ox perience from tho life of these 1OedIa right directed training along f these lines which shall make for present and future operations rspecific relief in all agricultural pursuits It is to be regretted ithat more of our soil owners did not avail themselves of the three days session of the Kentucky Farmers Institute for the lessons studied were interesting the pro gram well defined and great good accomplishedThe convening in the city of Louisville advocated the training of well educated teachers for the purpose of imparting v J Y knowledge to the children being taught Specific training whereby the greatest amount of in forutt tion could bo imparted by well gll1dulutedschool academic collegiate or university could lieda place in tho world of labor commensurate with his or her worth The recent session of the Hon orable Solons has had effect on many avenues of common sense practical business ideas which shall bo put in practice and substantiated from experienced effort One can not sit longer with folded hands brain energy or muscular activity must be used and utilied for a definite livelihood God requires service these for the spirit ual entity need to put forth hnnds of willingness to work in the Masters vineyard The intel lect as well must be used for His glory while the physical man woman or child must realize that all flesh is grass and only the consecrated Christian worker hath promise of this life and of that which is to come May wo all work with this end in view N S COX March 18 1000 Every family should have its household medicine chest and the first bottle in it should he JrWoods Norway Pine Syrup natures rem cdy for coughs and colds 1 Fine Trains J TO FLORIDAVI- ASOUTBEEN RAILWAY AND QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE Florida Limited leaving fou isvillo 8 a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibule coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 n in loci St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car serves all meals en route Florida Special leaving Louisville 745 p m carries observation sleeper dally except Sunday Lou isville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville 850 und St Augustine at 10 p m next lay From Duuvilln this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ors Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Cur serves all meals on route Via time Lund of the Sky Pull man Sleeper loaves Louisville 745 p in daily running through to Knoxville where connection IsI made at 135 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Asho ville Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 a m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Good returning until May 551st are now on smile daily at low rates VARIABLE TOURS Going via Ashvillo and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or vice versa For tho Land of Sky Winter Houses other handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc ad drees any agent of tho Southern Ry or C H HUNGERFORD D P A Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis W C RINEARSON G P A Q C Route Cincinnati O Dec 50t April u KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LEs or MONEY BACK J2 r t l C LETTER LIST r Tho following is a Hat of ndvor tised letters for tho week ending March 17 150- 15Uonnott 1 B Oalvort Mrs Nancy Choate Mis John Clark Tom Brown Elisha Clay Phwlio Craig Mrs Mattie E Craft Mrs J Urn tcher Sum C- JDaniels Mrs Sallie Rankin T8nnoI JosephGieglor Gioglor Lasso- Greenwood Mrs Sallio Hall Miss 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