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Tht r1r OIIfIP 7 1 IY mI94I r 1 ii- d1- J THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tGEO A LEWIS Publisher N A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS11fa1s 100 In Advance YOD XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAR 24 I9C6 NO 23 Attractive Oxfords lhl ee styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here t for women These three selected because they are especially now and charming Laird Schober Co Ribbon Tie I A dress low Shoe made of patent calf very light and flexible turn sole plain toe and military heel wide silk laces large eyelets price 500 The New Pump ftInfour leathers Black gun metal calf and black ooze calf 400 pat fentcolt skin and blue suede at 500 Pumps met with great favo- 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 doe t not slip at the heel iiI 350 Patent dolt Oxford One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces t bothwith flexible turn soles and medium heels l SONi212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY Written for the Roundabout AT SCHOOLDAYS FOR THE TEACHER Charlotte Bronte said Remember life is so constructed that the event does not will not tol5 1Ionrforeboding manifests itself There must be something at fault with the atmospheric influence on this particular school day Whether it is shown in nervous tendencies devoid of expression only in the acge individual but it is my own opin ion that the same feeling is com- E mon to all The children are generally tardy some with excuses but the majority without They appear listless and altogether beyond the i reach of human agency The lest sons drag The time moves with leaden footsteps while the poor ruufortunato pedagogue tries to hide his or her yawns and vows to seek some other vocation dur ing the scraping of feet the hand ling of paper the whispering and a hundred little other under currents which sweep away not ithe abyss of uncertainty every t purpose every vestige of vantage ground leaving both perceptor hnrpiesfsimply adrift on tho second day of the week conqueredsolely by force of circumstances and its environment tho consequential weather When I first begun to teach Mondays wore droadodas much as contageous diseases and I found my nervous tension worn threadbare over the perplexing question Going up the street before tho storm of 1900 in Gal voaton Texas I came face to face with an L department teacher in tho public school and- Ii 1 4 as soon as wo met commenced to laugh heartily and imme diately the mist was cleared away Are you ever despond ent on Monday Miss 01 I YesIwould have been accepted will ingly in lieu thereof Yes mam I am weary of tho business but I guess I am as much in fault as the children She passed on and I came up with two or three girls who were burthened by a bag load of books and who looked weary unto sleep- I bowed and questioned them as to the days hentuIt has been a horrid day Miss 0 was just as moan as she could be and the scrappy children made mo nervous I just wish Monday would never come It was quite refreshing to view both sides ofa complex whole and philosopher like to set one over against the other the ulti mate sequence was resultant for tho child and always henceforth and forever to expense the cause These small bundles of excessive nerves are free all of Saturday and Sunday The very air is full of positive liberty The bounds of restriction are forgotten or ifI lightIhenrtoddrens world is just as real just as material just as full of fooling as our own sphere but oh tho beauty of its imaginativeness the make believe of its character istics the justness of its laws tho truthfulness of the inhab itants with tho genuine love and sympathetic interest in all nature mikes tho land of the little peo ple a delightsome land in which tho teacher must go hand in hand with the child if ho or she shall ever hope to train the being for earthand direct the spirit to heaven On Monday this fresh young animal rebels at being shut up in doors at any sort of coer cion and so the comeativeness is apparent from start to finish and the teacher gets the worst of it On the other hand most of tho teachers go to work on Monday without asking Divine assistance Consequently the aid so much needed is withheld and tlh grownup child is forced t wage alone the inevitable withself and being weighed in the balance is usually found wanting Hearing the lessons in the school room seems to be a re sume of leftover duties which may have been shirked on Friday and in the reaping tares are foundIn the medley of my own ox perience I found that Mondays in a measured way must be de voted to research Let the children he put to new thought t0piC- in their own way say for in stance in relating the individual experiences of tho two days ab sence Also tho nature and habit- of animals the household pets treestudy and the exercise will be inIII routine of blue Mondays Re hetterroven in a rural solitude than in a thronged community to grow up with tho crowd and bo denied the friendship of tho child heart N S COXIMarch 10 1900 rGET THE EIGHT lUND If you are troubled with Piles and cant ling a utiro try Wituh gotthatChicago It is tho original If you have used Witch Hazel Salvo without being relieved it is probable that you got hold of ono of tho many worthless counterfeits that are sold on tho reputation of tho genuine DeWitts Witoh Hazel Sold by J W Gaylo j o Jt ifiqkH ltlh3twu SI PLUNK A RD In the play Si Plunkard are man situations to gladden the spectator cause a laugh and bring to the eyes tears of sym pathetic pity This strong and varied play will be at the Capital Theatre matinee and night Saturday March 24 and none who attend will regret the time thus spent It is a play for the young and the oldnnd affords enter tainment for all classes of people Its human story deals with emo tions common to all and never fails to move the spectator The cast includes the author Mr Ti C Lewis in the title role John L Mack Paul Hudson Will F WrHubbard C Ed Langdon Arthur RuthsEdwards Edith Toomer baby Irene Spooner little Arletta Lewis and Marion Lewis THE BREATH OF LIFE Its n significant fact that tho strongest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breath Ing organs right should be mans chiefest study Like thousands of others Mrs Orn A Stevens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Rings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years friendsthoughtgrand for throat and Inner troubles Guaranteed by all drug gists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free- COURT OF APPEALS TO AD JOURN The January term of the Court of Appeals will adjourn on Wed nesday next until April 12 when the spring term will commence The docket for the April term contains 204 cases divided as fol lows Two hundred civil cases docketecourt rapidly disposing of its business now that Judge John D Carroll has begun work as Commissioner Dr Woods Norway Pine seems especially adapted SyrupI need of the children take soothing in its influence Itis the remedy of nil remedies for ovary form of throat nod lung disease LET THE CONTRACT thescontlUc a seven lotInextnb011tIGraham has tilts contract and will begin work so soon as tho weather will permit rAIBears the Signature of A II II30D1 REA iHOi The remains of MT Jere W Southson of Capt W T B Collorndowas hold on Tuesday at 2 oclock and the remains were interred in the family lot in our cemeteryI CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of t a l r01ff fOS oos Silk and Suit- flOrMOlltS Offer ninny specinl values to attract the economical buyers Money cnn he saved by p u r c hu sing spring wrnmbles hero Dress Goods Specials 50 in wide Sicilian in grey blue and black worth 60c per I yardonly I only suit 50c I 1SuitingsJeryard 50c 52 in wide Panama in I material blacka fine with light beautiful weight I 1 finish our spe I cial price a yard I 1 85c J I 40 in wide black Voile I r all wool mialitv anda 11I I I only50c I 1119 in wide white Jnp 1Icolors worth 125 I per yard only I I I I 1 11 I Suit Skirt and Jacket Specials Ladies Eton Suits made of Panama or light weight suitings neatly nicelylined IIgrey blue and I black 15 lurgestlinefrom 1750 to 4000 Ladies Skirts made either of Panama or novelty suiting circular or 1Ivalue for IU50 IFI 511Many other styles at 760 to 1500 G KAGIN BRO jClalrStatBrlde j fri 1 Let us show you whist we saveUur Prices and Goods will Please YOU NhaiYVW11S1soMatlF6bliiRllLMW1M EIOatOPTMl1Mtn M1aMUlTwpMCYASIOI IIM M I R wAl6YOnR fTrilIA a v Lii J MEITZEL FRAKFOrVF tJYii 1 i I E trB Ea c JS412h f4TiCS7w eC7f IT RkdPli 3r7B1T1 91ta LCCiII1Tff747 LTiSDLS j PERSONAL SJr A V Combs spent Sunday Jn Lexington Mr H Murray spent Sunday In Lexington Mrs John P Hanloy spout Sun altvy In Lexington visitingfriends1 3Jr A K Hellor has pone to St Louis ilo to reside Miss Hnttio M Hancock has gone to Lexington to reido Judgo Albert S Berry of Newport was here Tuesday spontJhur8dn nthiIfmaf have returned from Now York City Mr W H Anderson spent Sun day with hit family in Lexington Mr Thos Healy of Newport attended the Court of Appeals Tues day Mr I is tor Witherspoon of Vor niilos was in the city on Wednes day Mr John P Han ley loft Sunday for a business trip to New Yorl City Mr Jos Newton of St Louis Mo was in the city the first of the week a Judge W F Hall of Hiirlnn attended thu courts in this city this H Ftiqmi and wife are tsuosts of their son III Texas GnlvostollI Mr Aubrey Harbour attended the Court of Tuesday Mr John Todd of Sholbyvilln attended the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Mr W n Eagles of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals on Thursday Mrs W W Howo of Cynthiana was the guust of Mrs H S Keller phis week Miaj Cahell JJ 13u hock hits ro turiiud from u business trip to Now York City Mr Sam Johnson and wifo re turned Sunday night from Now York City i Mr W H Kidd of tho Frankfort Shoo Co spout Sunday with his family here Mr John R Sower went to hii- ago Ills on Monday on business for his firm familyhaveOrleans La Col S J Shackloford and Mr Polk Lafoon Jr loft Tuesday for Chicago Ills Mr W l Williams returned Sun duy night from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs C W Viniont of Lonisvilln visited her sister Mrs U Wil hams this wool Mr John B Buskin of Louis villo attended tho Court of Ap Tioals Wednesday Mr N L Goldsmith of Louis villa attended tho Court of Ap poils Wednesday Mrs Hen T Head of Lexington visited Mrs L T Minish Todd street thIs week Auditor S W Hugo and wifo are juests if Mr G Dorr Mahan and wife in Danvillf t Judge W Alcorn of Stnnfor was hmo on business in the CO- UltIof Appeals Friday Col W N Hockham of Shelby vine was ii attendance upon the Court of Appeals Tuesday AdmiralC C Tndd U S Navy Retired went to layette county on Saturday to visit relatives Miss Lucy Pattio has returned from a visit to her niece Mrs S J Ziegler at PinkstaiT Ills Mrs Ethel Kcndrkk and son Leslie returned Snttlrtln from a visit to friends in Covington Miss Catherine Pear of Louis yule who has been visiting rela tives here has returned home Mrs Sallie Coylo of Bowling Green is visiting her son Mr M D Coyle on East Mairrstreet Mrs1 B Lancaster noo Eliza isitOcilllHRev Wm Crowe visited his brother Dr McFerrnn Crowe Versailles Friday and Saturday InI Mr W R Bond nnd wife of Newport wore guests of Mrs street this week Rev Dr J McC Blayney has returned from a visit to his son Mr LouisMobeenjinmonths returned homo on Wednes dayMrs John Herring of George town and Mrs Roach of Louisville wore visitors lucre on Thurs lay Mrs J D Kennedy and daugh tel who have been visitiiiir rela tires in Eddyville have returned homeMr S Zoiglor wife and laughter of Pinkstall Ills are guests Ol1lattiturned from a visit to Mason county J Lewis of this olllco Ifr Sunday in Lexington the of his Mr M T LyleMrs E James has rented tho residence of Admiral C C Todd on Wapping street and will move in J Mr Goo O Baker and wife ofINow York City are guests of linkers uncle Mr George Third street W and Mr tolliItprone Court Mr W Rodos Shackloford of Richmond inspected Frankfort Commandcry No 4 IC T on 1ttesditnightair Bohannan went to Thursday whore ho will coach Georgetown College Baseball Team Mr J Will Pruett Jr and bride have returned from their wedding trip They have taken rooms with Mrs S James Mrs J Lampton Prioo has rented tho residence of Mrs Sajn Steele on Wapping street and will take possession April Miss Emma Goal of Scottsville who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell returned homo Thursday morning Miss Sadie Brown who has boon tho guest of her brother Prison Commissioner Eli JI returned to hog home at BnrlstownII Mr Huston Wood told Bessie Lewis Thud Miss Fannie Louis attended the HughesCoch run wedding at Eminence on Tues lay Mr M P Brown anti Mr F G Stagg wont to Richmond on Thurs day whore Mr Brown inspected Richmond Commnndcry Knights Templar 101jtheApril 1st y f t iV Mr Jam os Hioney shad who re tiirniul Sunday from a visit rola tives rt Memphis IVnn- Mr O D Thomas and Mr 11 D Thornsbcrry of tho Lebanon Falcon were in tho city on Wednes lay and ended upon us Mr Louis Crutoher one of Frankforts crack baseball twirl ors has uone to Kansas City Mo to report for duty with the club of that city Mr John Sauce Superintend ent of tine Frankfort lId Versailles Traction Co has returnee from Martinsvillo led very much im proved in health Mrs L B Weisenburgh Jr and son who have been guests of her ulldIa while have returned home Mr Grant Roberts and wife and Miss Loula Nelson went to Louisville Thursday Mr Roberts tools ills little girl Carey there to have an operation porlormod Mr Robert S Moses Grand Cap tain General Knights Templar of Louisville attended the Inspection and banquet of Frankfort Com inaudery No on Tuesday night Mr Wolff llttslel of Louisville put chased from Mr O Holt tho assignee tho stock of goods in the Bazaar Store formerly run by Mr Saml Rodde Mr Hnskell hns taken charge See his ad in another A H miles S Henry Artillery Fort Monroe Va who has been at Army General Hospital Washington City for an operation wo are glad report has returned to his post of duty tho operation being in every witty successful O RESOLUTIONS OF HKSPKCT At n meeting of the Board of Directors Fltllll11ortFriday March 13 there were present 1tiyettu Hewitt H K McClure W Giiyle W L Ponce Guy Jfcirrett W il Dnndridfo Clots Hare Z1 Mont jjoinery nnd H H Roberts Time follow lug prttimulu turd resoolutlons were Ulllln- iniotiHly adopted Whireus It has pleased a Dlvlnu Provi deuce to remove by death H P Mason a stockholder director and vice president of this hank And whereas It Is tho wish of the sur lltllhloIsenpe was a director and ollicer and their sym pathy with the surviving members of his family lie It resolved That the death of U P Mason which occurred on the 7th day March this bank hits lost a direc tor and ollicer who brought to the councils the bank not only a Sound busi ness integrity hut also a farreaching judgment anti n wldu anti keen sense justice Resolved further That wo tender to the surviving members of Mr Masons fancily our most sincere and hearty sym pathy in their bereavement caused by his death Resolved further That n copy of these resolutions Iii spread at large upon tho records of the hank that one lie fur nished each of thu local papers for publi cation and one to the widow of the de ceased FAYKTTE II H WITT President CHAS K HtJUlO Cushier 4 K NTK RTA1 NED XI NO DAUGHTERS Mrs A G Jollers ontortainod the Kings Daughters of time Forks cosyilust week The Circle was called to do some sowing for tho Hos pital which they did They hud as their guests Mrs 4us1 Wood surd hiss Taught An elegant dinner was served and every one enjoyed the occa sion Dr Weuvera Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for eklu eruptloni Vtit t1iJI 1 il = r = = == QiiITlliir 1f MJotn awr n 1 JfFM6q tJ ltLl1tJI4J I 7t ply Preparefor Easter x 0 qi = = == = ITF =GET MM IN TIM FOR EASTER run WE CAN FURNISH YOUR NEW DRESS COMPLETE ALL THE NEW SHADES AND EVERY QUALITYr NEW TRIMMINGS TO MATCH Kid and Silk Glove Corsets Hosiery rind Handkerchiefs Covert Jackets Long Coats Silk Coats Eton Suits Tress Skirts and Shirt Waists New Nck wiar Brits awci Combs JSilkUnderskirt WE HAVE THE FOSTER AND HOOKON HOSE SUPPROTERS NEW RIBDONS AND LACES F t f aa Er aE ffijprf9 II vlokProf1 D H J Anim- KnvananghIodd A 1 B brotherinlaw HalorI Georgetown E to D L 4 G Jllnc- eSergeant to J in of of S == = = = 7== = = = I Extraordinary Prices J tt This coming week wo will show smart Eton Suits at 050 1250 and 1500 in all wool Panama in gray olive blues and black C4 TJ JACKETS Co vort Jackets 325 500 and 000 SKIRTS All wool Panama and other mixed goods only 500 They are strictly tailored and uptodate t DRESS GOODS In all the new slades gray blues old rose and black 49c to 100 a yard 48 inch r Sicilian in all shades 5c a yard 4 SILKS White All Silk India 25c 36 Inch White j India Silk 50c 35 inch black Taffeta 1601or 100xThis cut in prices on crepes etc will prevail the coming ItsLINENSLinenlinens You must see them Ftf Jk HEENEYr J viIEEK THE BEST CLASS OF THADE J t There are persons in every community who buy and to such it is IlhisTHING If you ned a new vehicle of anyiuikind it win PA Y you to see us before buying We make a siecialtyofoverhauling n nilre pn ing velnclosTllte or phono us and our repttresentative will call to see you Wo take from Frankfort and deliver them back to you l without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY I II K WAHO President FORMERLY LIVED AT HIGH VIEW It develops that tho telegraph operator Lively who went to sleep ami permitted tho nwfulcol lision to occur by which some forty people were killed and in jured out in Colorado was for merly a resident hone when his father Mr H F Lively was a member of tho Legislature and resided on High View West Side It also develops that Lively had been forced to remain on duty for fortyeight hours continuously notwithsanding his protests and repeated requests to bo relieved as ho was suffering from want of sleepThe responsibility for this fear t w rl u MBltolNiCrSec Trcas ful accident should bo properly lVishedBurdock Blood Hitters IOR a mUll a clear head an active bruinva stroii vigorous body makes him fit for tho battle of lifo o FRET RECLINING CHAIR CARS l Tho Southern Railway havo iniaugurated free reclining chair ear surviuo between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 7H a m and 5 p in daily and running wilt to Evansvillo without change This line also operatoR free redlining chair ours on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also JMillmun Sleeper t through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Railway is miles the shortest from Louisville to VOHt t I lt L i Holono Heookji with Os in tin Stock C llnt Capital Theatre wook of Murch 20 Prices 10 080c Tho Osinan Stock Company 11which comes to tho Capital r Theatre JMonday March 20 for a H weeks engagement is said to ho- one of the best ropertoiro com panies on the road Monday night Jtit Down 1IobillJI play entirely now to this territory will bo tIlt 1compmys ollering- Tha Wilmington X C Messen gor of November 7 BtnSU Last 1night ono of tho largest audiences f that has ever boon in tie Acad emy witnessed tho initial per cont121I1yJ bile tln1avt1S received with lollplensc1h1 PfJUXKARDIrI Si Plunkard with J C Lewis tfrintho title role comes to Capital Theatre Saturday matimo und night March 24 The play teems with quips of human nature and one is brought very close to 1m inanity without its civilized frills without its passions subdued by dissimilation with nil its faults and sonic of its vices Tho senti ments are pure clean and wholf fiomo with n constant reminder Whichfat tinges brings just a suspieion of moisture to the eyes Si Plunkard brings a cast exceptional merit iouch artist home carefully selected huuh stronger than when hero before and there is the snnio evidence of culture and roCtncment in their work Miss Hoicks as Josephine Edgorly had a part which suited her intense nature which she handled in her nsutllclever and conscientious style the repertoire of the Osman Stock Com puny has been chosen to give this beautiful and talented artist scope for her versatile talent one so different from another The specialties wore far above the or dinar- Ladies free Monday night uncle usual conditions Ladies free ticket limitol to 150 seats Sale opens Saturday morning for their special adaptability tc tho roles assigned them Tho play abounds in bright specialties by the funny comedians and the two little children as little Clover and Primrose who never fail tc capture the audience rlHI JESl SAFIGliAID headtr urly1111slittle pills in the house and take a Iso at bell time when you fool that tho stomach and bowels need cleansing They dont gripe Sold bv JoW tiayle 4 C1 A S 0ja Xoo Boars tho dignatnio of A hlwats 1 n t = 9 Advance Showing of 1906 modes and FabricsHtLSflMiEHgEIEMEE 3 iIi7 EtfThe Must Beautiful of Spring Clothes Low Priced for this Introductory Event Jf you wont to delight your oyo surprise your imagination and satisfy tin nmst longing for oxoossivcly pretty fabrics at oxtremcly low price visit this store lIOIiMlfiifIirIIoLYA mr rn AIjVm m LVlJ1J 00READYTOWEAR SUITS That speak their style and value without words A Good Suit 1500 A Nobby Suit 2000 to fSfiOO JACKETSBlack Tn or Grey New Shapes ijtfflO to y1500 Children Jackets 500 to 1000 SKI HrS Of nnnm for Sron I The Best Value over hlinwu in Frankfort Fine Skirts 800 to 1200 1 WS F HMFiHaiT tiii lilifiTWiiilPf illii ES23SSBT lll1II1 Steinlbacks Baby Tender and R ROGERS SOlfSp Ua in Our New Building = = M X Kill L ASSOCIATION ARRANGES PROGRAM FOR IT2UON SERVICES NEXT WBKK AND FOR CENSlS OF CITY Tho Ministerial Association of Frankfort tact on Thursday after noon and completed plans for tho special union meetings and reli glows census which will be done next wool The entire program arranged is as follows 1 Monday 730 p at the Baptist Church 11rcensus of whole city y Tuesday 730 p at South ern Presbyterian Church 4 Wednesday 7M p special prayer meetings in all the churulics- n Thursday 7550 p 1110at tho Methodist Church 0 Friday 730 p at tho Christian Church At this meeting a full report of the canvass will be given Dr Gross Alexander of Louisville will address the moot ing on Thursday and Friday oven lugs Tlio religious census will ho the first of a yearly series which is 1tor1111iuodenominations and to ascertain what percentage of tho families of the city are in need of Bibles and to further tho Sundayschool work Tho city has been divided into seven districts load guru church will name a corps of eight workers to canvass each district Each hand will elect a captain and go to work in a systematic manner Tho = = = = u-I r OLD TAYLOS TILE 1- RKENTUCKY iUII H WHISKEYJ I E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky II DRESS GOODS SILKS AND WASH GOODS The Patterns and Fabrics are ceedingly pretty and of n distinctive unusual nos You want to see them to know what is UIGIIT SHIRT WAISTS New Spring Models in Attractive Design n 1HH A m m in m districts into which the city has been divided aro as follows First District South Frankfort east of Shelby street Second DistrictSouth Frank fort west of Shelby street Third District Hollepoint and High Viow Fourth Iistrictloth sides of nod west of Wilkinson street Fifth DisrrictFrom Wilkinson street east to St ClririSixth District From St Clair to High streets Seventh DistrietAl of the city cast of High street Blanks hm been prepared which the canvassers will uso upon which are question to be asked of the heads of families These are headed Membership in what hutch Church proforcnco S So attended S S preferred if a Bible needed iUmarks It is believed thht the result of this movement will be to bring the many churches and Sundayschools of the city into closet elation with the people at large It will afford a ground fur work more extensive Sundayschool building and the distribution of Bibles which is one of the prime objects 1HIl P C IFIC OA81 Timely Hints to Portland Tourists SeokiiiK Heliable tol1l1nti If you contemplate a trip to the Paoillu Coast or Iu et Sound conn try duriiiL the period of low rates to Portland and California points nfWmost without extra rest incliulin t Banff the Heautiftil in the l aril dian llockies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to Phe Exposi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Slwsta tho Mor mon capitol Snit Lake tity and its rent tI tail sea tho mines and mocntaitis of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see anti roach the most comfortable sad luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Kotite Agent while in Lou isville for his olllce is literally iIlustmtetiIlittIItIIlII tance telephone talks may hula you Both phones 1181 Address K H Bauon n P AI Monou Route Louisville Ky o Dr Weavers Syrup Pnilfleo the blood t Cerato ointment for tho skID t i v 7 jIjfit l lt w u RUG ATTRACTIVENESS Appunls to every homo lover can satisfy your taste and nut sfllleliU your purse Unusually lino showing of Room Sire lings iI USE Gordon lyo or OnyxSpceinls pairs fur Leo HIJACK OAT lit for wouuri and children 10c and liied HI lilitiirlIV 1W all by WalkingOhair0 Price 275 i 23lrSee iIaIt DONT GET THE HABIT I 111habitiKotlol Dyspepsia Cure lifter eating and V011 will quit belching puffing palpitating and frowning tot Digests what you eat and fakes the stomach sweet Kodol is a thorough digistant and will afford relief 1111 disurder due to hn juiffct tllgltloll or that inssliuIha tion of fond oll1JY W Gayle A FAMOUS REMEDY 1 Syruplie r An as tell doctor dear Im f Wusti than ever Ive bcetif bedthentanifestsschces German Syrup a pure norfalcoi belie medicine that is made specially lox rorldIMUiItit oungi cIt is sold in all civilized countries and cursforqTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 75C AJ all druggists throughout the worldo For sale by J W Gayle Trees Plants Vi iFur the Spring of halo tho BLUe GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky rTncGrape Vines Small Fruits Hliuliarb Att agentStrawberry plication to MIOttin H F HILLKNMEVEB SONS J dJ L11lfciIrt tSIt f fib ta t CJF ii The FrankfortRoundaDOut Entered at the postolHcc at Frankfort Ken lucky as secondclass mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAR 24 1906 HOW LONG WILL IT LAST The old town clock has been giving forth its familiar sound this week having been put to work by Mr Syl Meek whose father in the long ago had charge of it We hope it will continue to toll off the hours but in considera tion of the past few months tho query is pertinent how long will it last WILL THE BLUFF WORK There has been a great hullaba loo raised over tho attempt of the Legislature to levy a tax of one and a half cents per gallon on all rectified or blended whisky in the State coupled with the threat that the Louisville and Covington rectifiers will move out of the State if the tax is laid Let us look at this for a few minutesNearly all the rectifiers follow this plan They purchase say five barrels of pure old Kentucky whisky Together with these they dump say ten barrels of cologne spirits some use any kind of high wines or spirits Now it is well known that the latter goods are muchcheaper than the first But however when these goods are dumped to gether properly blended sweetened and colored they are offered to the trade as II pure Kentucky whisky and generally bring close to the price of the genuine old goodsNow see what a big profit ac crues to the dealers and yet they howl out that if the Legislature imposes a tax of only 20 or 22 HE above picture of the man and fish is the trade murk of Scotts Emulsion t aidis thJ synonym fur strength and purity ItiHold in almost all the civilizedcoun a tries of the globe If the cod fish became extinct it would bo a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Eta lil sion found a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people andall conditions ofI wasting and lost strength Send for free sample SCOTT BOTVNE CHEMISTS 4O41K PBABI 8TBKCT NEW TOES I and flOO All druggists r ExcessOf SmoKing Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelinJthroat discomfort from sleepingon the left side and smothering at m when the sufferer has to tit up in bed to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who lee tlese symptoms and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience- I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Tills together with bathingetc I faithfully followed the given am pleased to say that my cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your remedies I was so nervous could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatingin my case I can cheerfully recommend Dr Miles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or EuJAtiHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind cents more on tha package of 40 or 48 gallons capacity they will have to shut up shop and move out of the State The present law affixes a tax of 50 cents on full barrels It is a cold bluff right from the start It is too good a thing to give hardly up Will they do it1II Weil THE COUNTY UNIT BILL There has been no little curi osity aroused about the law which passed at the regular session of the present Legislature known as the County Unit Bill In order that our readers may know just what that bill contains we give it in full as follows An act to amend section 250 of the Kentucky Statutes it being aportion of article of chapter 81 of the Kentucky Statutes en titled Liquors Intoxicating Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of KentuckySection That section 2500 of alportionof the Kentucky Statutes entitled Liquors Intoxicating be and the same is hereby repealedand in lieu thereof it is heVeby enacted a No election in any town city district or precinct of a county shall bo hold under this article on the same day on which an election for the entire county- is held except that cities of the second third and fourth classes may hold an election on the same day on which an election is held for time entire county When an election is held in an entire county and a majority of olocItionor loan of spirituous vinous malt or other intoxicating liquors then it shall not be lawful to soil bar ter or loan any such liquors in any portion of the county If at such an election for tho entire county the majority of tho legal votes cast are in favor of the sale barter or loan of uny such liquors such election shall not operate to make itr to grant license to sell hnrteiur loan such liquors in territorial division of suoh- COUllty from which the sale bar ter or loan hits boon excluded hv an election held under this article- or by special act but tho status ofsuch territorial division shall remain as if no such election had been held b No election shall bo hold thisIact on day on an tion for the district or cityof which the precinct is a part If at an election held for such entire district or city the majority of legalvotes cast shall be in favor of the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous malt or other dj 1 liquors then the status in the several precincts thereof shall re main as it was before said elec tion but if the majority should bo against the sale then the sale barter or loan of such liquors shall bo unlawful in every portion- of said district or city e INSPECTION OF FRANKFORT COMMANDERY NO 4 K T Frankfort Commandory No4 Knights Templar had its regular annual inspection on Tuesday nigbt Inst Sir Knight W Roles Shackle ford of Richmond representing Grand Treasurer R C Stockton had been assigned as inspecting officer hy Grand Commander John W Landrum The orders of tho Red Cross and Knights Templar were conferred upon Mr Frank Hewitt Tho Coin mlanlery also went through tho evolutions required by orders At the conclusion of the cere monies in the Asylum the Com mandery marched in a body to the dining room of the Frankfort hotel where Sir Knight M Busam nfterIVaught Past Grand Commander Geo A Lewis acted as Toastmaster and appropriate responses were made by the following Sir Knights Eminent Commander W Rodes Shackleford Inspecting Officer Robert S Moses Eminent Grand Captain General Past Commander Rev J 0 A Vaught and Rev George Green Among those present from other Commanderies were Sirs W Rodes Shackleford Richmond Commandery No 19 R S Moses DeMolay No 12 Louis ville Chas IL Hudson Franklin Commandery Franklin Indiana Marion W Ripy Louisville No 1 Ed Fennell Cynthiana No 10 Jos Rupert Ashland No 28j Rev J 0 A Vaught Versailles No 8 j A C Harcourt late of Marion No 24 Lebanon From Lawrenceburg were Sirs C C Lil lard Geo W Hutchison G D Lillard and T J Ballard all members of Frankfort Command ery and Rev George Green and 111 L Chowning of Versailles Commandery No 8 The banquet table was arranged in the form of a passion cross and beautifully decorated with ferns carnations and lilies and lighted with candles covered with pink shades The following was served as the delightful menu I Celery Salted Almonds Olives Oyster Soup Red Snapper See Richo Boiled Potatoes Roast Chicken French Peas and Mushrooms Lettuce Salad Omelette aux Rhum Cheese Cigars Coffee WELL WORTH TRYING penI8ionsays to a thing to got is Hr Kings New Life Pills Ho writes They keep m in splendid health ConstiIiuntcud at all druggists = Little Early Risers The famous little piUs rMothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones It hiss saved A nndlwhoopingeasy out the Inflammation It be kept on hand for shouldISold by J W Gayle e This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the mMdy that emrtm a ooh tm as day H1 t i t tr TJr Pleasant to take Laxative Syrup JINATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Docl ortt 11 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n mnerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinesILYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring I about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness a Bloated Feeling etc sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than Iany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4 Tobacco Bellows Blowers t 1 Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and FingerslIScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows d Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins l f tl j Monkey Wrenches 1 J Pipe Fittings ands wrenCheSi1 1 FRANK G STAGGI I J Hardware Paints Oils Etc 31 Ir Valr JOHN DRISCOLLQualitY The Leading Grocer t The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JJ JOHN DRISCOLLX216 St Clair St Frankfort KentuckyI Dr Cadys Condition rowuero are just what a horse needs when in bliP condition Tonic blood purifier aJ J vermifuge They are not food f medicine and the best in use to put n horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisvill- ei Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 0 m Arrives 745 n m Now Orleans Special No Leaves 1201 p m Arrives 585 p ra No Local Mutt No Leaven 720 a m Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducuh and intermediate points Connection to and front Elizabeth town Hodgenville I1nd HopklnRvlUo except no Sunday service to Elizabeth town Hodgen ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation NO Leaves 480 m Ar ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgonvillo and Klizabethtown except on Sundays at aU station All Tratns Run Daily i J t Soutfiern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from j Lexington and Louisville =TO Sf Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m Lou isville fl00 a m Arrivo St Louis 012 p Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals hisvlllo4CarryingCars and Pullman Sieenerlthrott without change Reserve Sleeping CarJBerths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky j 234 Fourth Ave N irt t 1NALTH IM 1NATCHEt- Sr I fAR EJC Ri IED ALL OVER THEY1 L1i Cases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or m PEA RIDGE a Mr William Pierce has moved to Mr Gnrrett Davis farm and Mr Davis has moved to Mr Pierces place Mr Fount Huletto has moved r io George Dennis house and Mr Dennis has moved to Frankfort r Mr Mefford and family have moved from Grafen berg to the t Mr Darlington and family have moved from Grafen berg to IGeorge Herndon farm Mr Isham Pierce has bought and moved to the Will Trace farmMr Lacefield has moved to the r Bodkins farm Mr Alex Tracey has moved from Frankfort to Choateville and is living in Mrs Readys I house k the Crockett residence near r Sheets has rentedpart of the Davis house in Choateville and moved into it andtsome land on the Tarleton farm a the Choateville church and he will be greatly missed Our sympathy goes out to his bereaved wife in her sorrow and lonesome ness Great sorrow was expressed by r nIl the school children and their parents on hearing of the death of Mrs Clark the beloved motherI of our former respected loved teacher Miss Naomi Clark now Mrs Stratton Several letters from Miss Todd Holder who is visiting in Mis souri telling her school children I what a pleasant visit she is hav ing there have been received i1Irl3 Kittie Lacefield is quite ill pneumonia All her friends hope she will soon recover Miss Lilofred Edge celebrated her 14th birthday on the 15th pf this month and in spite of sleet and snow quite a number of her tflpyoflOB OCUeioU8A little girl friends braved the and her with and the house rang song and buff and many other games were and the day only Kirk has built very the of Mr has also built very onhis farm near TO DEATH her stomach was by useless that weak from useless drugs that could not eat and my nerves that could not sleep and not before was given die was induced try Bitters with the result that began once and cure Best health tonic earth 50o by all SI Lewis that of all by will pre sent Si the and March 24 Si may be of the circle from the child the aged may Si with and play that every one Of course there are and scenes but they are by come ly the date MR IAS HOLT DIES Mr James Holt one of the and of this died his home the Old Todd farm the Peaks Mill pike Mon day last aged 80 years the large farm upon which ho lived Mr Holt held t rest the Cures sour weak nervous and the cure r r4 at tko Lair Wlt in an in a in a so I so I I up to I to a at on r C a at as a to a to A A tit H 1 on on a to of A rr DIWhat Tar aeafk 1wNf Aa m hilt vial or tint ilia f Ask for the 1906 and 200 Year For sale by J W I tS4 P i f A GOOD necessary to every man who would in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers C M A SELJI3ERT Tylert thetBridgeportMr neighborsf succeed clement weather surprised alldayvisit laughter Blindmans indulged happy quicklyMr pretty residence vicinity Fairview Clarence Hamilton charming residence Graefensburg SCRIBE STARVING Because weakened drugging wrecked Electric wonderful improvement complete followed Guaranteed druggists PLUNKARD greatest character comedians supported capable company Plunkard Capital Theatre Saturday matinee night Plunkard truthfully described everyImember domestic youngest grandparent witness Plunkard pleasure profit appeals almost exciting incidents villainy pathetic relieved bright wholesome Remember largest landholders wealthiest citizens county night Besides theI ModoI Curestomach indigestion dyspepsia stomach IGivesstomach stomach windy stomach puffed stomach catarrh stomach guaranteed Ea- rMak1hr Kodol Almanac Calendar Gayle KEEPIJ4G HATCH Is if passed HI Dyspepsia CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at home by digestionIso a absence of that weakening cough RestIcan takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size loc A t all drug gists 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 Lawroncoburg These trains will leave Danville at 705 a in and 230 p m connecting at Lawrence burg with trains arriving Louisville at 1040 a m and 615 p m respectively In the return direction trains will arrive at Danville at 110 a m and 710 p m conneqt lug at Lawrenoeburp with trains leaving Louisville at 010 a in and 830 p m respectively The inauguration of these trains will enable the people of Danville Harrodsburc 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 LouisvilleI burg at 047 p m p m and other stations ingly earlier The new trains will be accommodation trains making all local stops The train arriving at Danville at 1010 a in will con nect with Q C train No 5 for all local stations on Q C Route south of Danville These local trains will be in addi tion to the present through trains which are now being operated be tween Louisville and the Southeast via Lawronceburc and Danville and should prove a great conveni ence to the traveling Train No1 will leave Louisville at 750 a in instead of 8 a in and will reach Danville at 1055 a m connecting with Q C Route train No 5 also with train No The Florida Limited It for Florida and all points south Train No 23 carrying observation sleeper which is operated through without change from Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine Fla in connection with The Chi aco Florida Special from Danville will continue to leave Louisville at 745 p m This New Train Service should provo of groat convenience to peo plo of Danville HarrotJsburg and other points as it will unable thorn to do their shopping in Louisville and return homo the same day and it is thought that this will have the enact of causing shoppers to go to Louisville instead of and other points CnclnnntiI WILL ATTEND EASIER SEll VICE IOn Tuesday evening Frankfort Commandery No 4 Knights Templars accepted the invitation of the pastor to attend divine ser vice at the Christian Church on Easter morning April 15upon which occasion Sir Knight Chas R Hudson will preach a special sermon suited to the occasion The Sir Knights will attend in a body in full uniform without swords Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat j d tll tefc Reliable Jeweler 230 St lair S reef IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD 1 JI BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS AN- DSOUTHWEST rf IS VIA t LOII1V illoRRndofson and StLouis RaiWay- HENDERSON OTEi j PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest and West tlrst and third Tuesdays February and March 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Tex as Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30th Limit to return May 31I 1906Iwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February and March 1906 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 sale daily Peb 15th to April 7th DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats I Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamers of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat alter arrival oCmorning trains Returning arrive Week Days 830 tSundays ooo Fare to unlimited round trip fisc Excursion to Detroit and return Week Days Si Sunday 750 To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only fJoo meals and berth extra Special Rate 1o Socittiu Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write P SIELYAN1rrYgrWNOOLOEHOFiPA r01fDg i1 l iv WAITEDDistrict Managers to Ipost signs advertise and distribute samples Salary fib weekly 3 per day for expenses State ace and present employment DEAL SHEAR CO Randolph St Chicago 20- 4mTrusty s i Trusses I- Ire have for a long time jmade a specialty of trusses We have an in every respect so in fact that no of a truss can in completejhimself afford to or to deny himself rience in fitting that we have gained through many years p practice An illfitting truss or one of faulty construction is of no more value than none so that it is to your interest to avail yourself of our experience both as to make and fit Jul W Druggist YLEI 1Corn loridaiNew Cuba reached in comforts via QUEEN ftCRESCENl ROUTE AND SOUTHERNY 4 THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago A Florida Special January jtb Solid Pullman Train Leave CINCINNATI 820 7 M LEXINGTON Ui4O DANVILLE 1240 M Dining and Observation Cars tor Jacks sonvlllo and fit Augustlno via ChaUat nooga and Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Loaro CINCINNATI LEXINGTON 199g DANVILLE 11tf0 Ai- Conches i011man Bleepers Jiser vatlon and Dining Cars for Jacks St Shrevcport sift Seas ant vlaChattanoogaAtlantaandIlrn ghaoj Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan vllle to New Orleans via Chattanooga nod Birmingham also andSavannahWinter tourist tickets now on sale at reduced mice For Information apply Chas W Zeli D P Cincinnatit klar P t Lulartoa i OARUT- TOenenll eCINCINNATI S P r Jl Jt ff 1r t W t M 1f1tP4 f Q 1 t crL Z ft t ATTENTION FARMERSOcL gI + EJ2553S WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMfcNT OF PittsTbnrg Perfect Electrically Welded FencesINo Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only byIRugstF HARRIED u U HUGHESCOG liRAN At the Christian Church in Eminence on TuHsclay Mr lass W Hushes Jr null Miss Edwinn Cochrnn were married by Rev C li Hud Yson of this city The happy couple loft imme diately after the ceremony for a wedding trip after which they will return to the home of the groom at Wood lake Wo tender our heartiest con II gratulationsPELOUBET STIVERS Tho 8thr1dnughtpl to r Poloubot took place at high noon r yesterday at the home No 0411 Lament Avenue X E The cere c mony was performed by the t brides father assisted by the- Rev1 H Golder pastor of the IEUCI icl Avenue Disciples Church I in the presence of about seventy five guests A beautiful gown of white silk was worn by the bride 3xan1 she curried an arm boquet of white ruse Her maid of honor Miss Ethel Hancock of Elyria wore a white Parisian lawn gown nnd carried pink roses Mr Geo t F Burrows acted as best man The ribbon bearers were Miss Dor- othyF Chandler and Master Or monde Babcox cousins of the bride who were dressed in pink nnd white 1he ceremony was performed in the parlor where the kneeling stool stood out against the background of palms t nnd ferns Pink roses and foliage wore used in the decorations it Miss Martha Paine rendered the Lohengrin wedding march The bride was unusually fortunate in the presence of Mr nnd Mrs Win lir Woodruff of Bell Avenue who guests at the wedding of her fifty years ago Iwero 0 Louder 0 March 15 Dr AVciivorH Syrup nntlConite Successful treatment for blood and ekln diseases ft o ifIJA1BSl STYLES IK WALL PAPER I I hnvo a full line of all tIll latest s styles in wall paper Call and OXI nniino stock I C M BJ1i1GEFORI Main Streetr Opposite Engine House Wtf APPOIXT lEXT3ITho State Railroad Commissiolll has unpointed Mr of Burdstown Unto Clerk fmnn1 Mr G Her hurt Boone of Louisville but formerly of this city Stenographer under the new law just passed They mire both good appoint ments oa a- Dr Weaver Treatment fljrap purlf lee the blood Cerate heale ekln eruption 1 poC SOWER Cr LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the wool ending March 24 IKM- iReckham Win Rush 1B- halker H L Claxtnn Clarenee Colonial Lula May Custom Clarence Crady Samuel s Davis Miss lichen Davis H WfFrame Willio C Goinos Elma Goinos Mrs R M Grayson loo Green Mrs Arunie Hamilton A H London Miss Julia Mapos Mrs L M Mil lor Gal Moore JM uiils John C B Orr Harton Pay no Thomas Perkins Jan us Reed Mrs Ellio Hose Geojgo- Saflell Mrs M J Sal ors Mrs F T Siuinders Miss Francis P Semonos Mrs Fannie- S tuald Albert Wood Frank 2 Persons calling for tho above let ters will please say alyoltl sod GEO L BARNES PM A lrA FRIES THAT WAS A FRIEND Dont frown look pleasant If yon lire sintering from indigestion or sour stomach take Redo Dys pepsin Cure Hon Jako Mooro of Atlanta Ga says I suffered more than JD years with Indigos tion A friend recommended Ko dol It rolinved mo in one lilyanI- I now enjoy bettor health than for many years K dol digests what gasonstrengthens the digestive organs sweetens tho stomach and enables you to eat digest assimilate and enjoy whatever yon like Sold by J W Gayle rCAUGHT BY SHINERS Two Chicago prospectors for coal reported on their return trip- to Louisville that they had been captured by moonshiners in Perry county where they hart stumbled upon tho shiners running their still They claim that they were confined in a cave and forced to assist in running tho illicit dis tillery Tho story is decidedly fishy 10 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN r the Shcritl of Franklin County Ky recommend to tho public Smiths Agriculture Liniment as an excellent romtdy for Rheuma tism Bruisos Ijackacho Strains Old Sores Poisonous Bites Sore ness through tho Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and tho lIke forIR C H ATT Sheriff I223m owaiTI 1NTE E STIN Things were somewhat interest lhurs1duyHouse It looked like there would a mix up but later things Ibe oil mA15iTORIADears Slgnaturo ofI A y jiL Lji NAPvROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING Will Nelson a oneleggedcol ored hostler for Mr C C Hnzel rigg mine near on Saturday make It nightIpike ands when returning the darkness being so great ho drove too near the edge of the pike and the buggy was upset throwing Nelson into tho river He man aged to catch hold of tho roots of some trees near the bank and hold on for dear life until his cries brought assistance He was IpFcuod in a badly demoralized condition having sulVered severely from his long immersion in tho water eeCroup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eeleetric Oil Perfectly safo Serer fails At any drugstore A 0 ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING AT ROUSTABOUT Mate W F Anderson of the steamer Falls City was arrested in Louisville on Monday charged with having shot at a roustabout Ion his hoot who would not return to work Tho boat left that after noon for this city without her mateAndersons aim was had and ho missed his man hoth times ho fired his gun rswBAD FIRE IN VERSAILLES The grocery store of Messrs Nuckolsit Hunter in Versailles was destroyed by fire originating in time cellar of the building on Monday night Tho loss amounted to 0000 with only f4000 insurance The loss on tho building was 1000 fully insured The fire occurred in a hud place nail it was lucky that it was con fined to tho plneo of its origin 10 CUR A FELON Rays Sam Kondall of Phillips hurt loan lust cover it over with Riuiklons Arnica Sawn and the salvo will do time restQiiulc est euro for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum napped Heads RornI Filet and Some Eyes Only all druggists Guaranteed PARALYZED Mr Claude Duvall bur tender for Mr Owen Moore on Broad way street was stricken withI paralysis while at work on urday morning Dr 0 B Demareo was sum mOiled took Duvall to his home und rendered all medical attention possible SCHOOL BUILDING BURNT By n dispute we learn that the Levi High School of which Mrs So T Balky formerly of this city is prlnciiKil was burned out Wednesday last Involving n loss of some 7000 Who school was located five miles from Memphis Tenn Now quarters were secured 7 Ji1d H ardware M e rchants Both t Phones 307309 Maui Sb 1 100o000FROM Shingles lo to 4OOper Thousand 1200 AT Hammond OS i ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R Time Illinois Contra maintains Double Daily Service and operates the best ol trains with Dining Curs JUiilot Library Curs Cats and Sleeping Cars from chII cago St Louis Cincinnati Louisville south of New Orleans The best road for reaching time Win toi Tourist resorts of tho South including Now Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss Hammond La Maid Gras at Now Orleans Fob ruary 27 1fli Gulfport is a Moxi jeau Gulf Coast resort having time now time Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from New Orleans for Mexico Cen trill America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for tII scriptive matte r in regard to tho aboveHavana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via tho Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and tho now ocean liner twinsciew nlno teenknot S S Prince Arthur leaving Now Orleans every Wednes lay at 400 p in and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Slopping Car without chance Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincin nat and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Lino St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and AtlantaMexico California Special Tours of Moxico and California via time Illinois Central and New Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave bicage Fridays February 2nd load February 25d for Mexico and Cali fornia the last to include stopover GrnnIIllinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and Stet Francisco as follows Yin New Or leans and tho Southern Route vary Friday Trout Chicago every Tues day Trout Cincinnati Louisville Via Omaha timid time Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of tho above can bu had of agents of time Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of tho uiidertigned JOS IUGGS D P A Cincin natiP W HARLOW D P A Louis villeJOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis A H HANSON P T 1- 1Chiongo S G HATCH G P A 16tAl Chicago M i iylYifjfctl For Louisville Nashville Jleniphist11est mill Southwest d UIH A 31 and 5U P 31 Daily y For Washington Haiti tnorc Philadel phia 5m1v York Iticlmioml OJilJPoint ami Norfolk 1018 A 31 and 741 P 31 Daily 211lyr 1 60 YEARS EXPtlIENCi h ltAmarw tnt i TRADE MARKS J DESIGNS I tiaPYRI4 iTS cRcnmnfj n sketch and description mas nsccrtnln our opinion au tionsetricllycoundcntlalIltUDBOOonPnteuWeet Patents tnticn tmiroui h Blurn receive tptclal notice without Scientific Bsksicaw handsomely lllustrntort weekly Largest cir culation of any HdcntlUn loimml Terms r yonr four months L Sold by all newsdealer- sHOHN 8CoiB Now York Branch SU Wnshlnuton D r Get acquainted with I OTHS 1Ij If SMITHS MAGAZINE and you are strangers we will send you the magazine three months free that you may get acquamtedh Cf SMITHS is the bigeet illus trated mgazin in the woiU170tpages of reading matter pic tures the same size page ss the big standard magazines like Harpers and Century 1f SMITHS is made up of the best ofeverythingbest stories i that can be obtained best illustra tions that clever artists can drawt1and the best special articles by writers who now their thoroughly and write as ingly as they arc instructive subjectf Ig SMITHS oho prints every score or more pretty portrait n baujful womci Token ellIn it no better magazine than SMITIS is fact none neatly ca pod no matter whit the cost r 3 Write today A postal will do Dept F Smiths Magazine IAddress Avenue ow York City WlirM i iEjR m tl Di dayphand Satllrday I t JmS1Im4 A i itJ I Saturdays Reiimnnts onehalf price Table Linen Bed Spreads Dress Goods This offer includes New Goods arriving daily p Flyer Prices mean that on Flyer Days we give 10 per cent off for Cash on Flyer Goods r h lSiSOrc 3oj 1 rrmM rrrunr u t gs O rPznohI wasrcr u srcn= e asurarti or Kscnrua COUNT SlATIrfTICr The Assessors books furnish the fOIl lowing interesting facts Amount of bonds 5000 Amount of notes secured by inortKHKU H97flO Amount of other notes SlHil Amount of accounts 6SfW5 Amount of wish on hnud2377Y1Amount of cash on deposit In bank 109783 Amount of cash on deposit with other corporations 31344 Amount of cash on deposit with individuals 3167 Amount of all other credits or money at interest 87000 Amount of stock In joint stock companies or associations not poll on by the company or nfcsociiition fir 000 Amount of stock in foreign corporations 0 Number of acres of land 125173- Value of snide with improve meats f2CC8J77 Number of city or town lots 1574 Value with improvements 2401 Number of thoroughbred or standard stallions 3 Value 1 1050 Number of thoroughbred or standard geldings 0 Value 0 dumber of thoroughbred or standard mares colts 159 Value 11525 Number of stallions of common stock 9 Value 5550 Number of geldings mares and colts of common stock 2805 Value 125120 Number of nodes and mule colts H9 Value M1M5 Number of jacks Number Valuo Value of jennets lOI Number of thoroughbred or standard bulls e Value Number of thoroughbred and standard cows nod calves Value 21115 Number of bulls cows calves and steers of common stock rli UtllNNumber of hogs Blin Value S2l22 Value of agricultural imple ments 5 H4il Value of agricultural products Womans Trials Tho bitter trail in n womans life is to bo childless Who can tell how hard tho struggle may have been era sho learnt to resign to her lonely lot The alJIsonco of this link to bind marital the absence of this one dlIlP1It extent of their disappointment in the eyes Ifsuch a childless couple when they rest on tho children of others To them tho 1largest famllydoes notseem too numerous In many eases of barrenness or chlld lessness the obstacle to chlldbearlnji is easily removed by tho euro of weakness on tho part of till woman Dr Ilercts Fa vorite Prescription has been tho means of restoring health nod frultfulncss to many n barren woman to tho great joy of tho I household In other but rare cases obstruction to the hearing of children husI Leon found to bo of a surgical character but easily 1II110va operative treatment at the Invalids Hotel and Sur whichIare are an ft should bo made to lied out the real cause since It Is generally so easily removed by i proper treatment In the various weaknesses displace ments prolapsus inllamnmtlon do bllltating catarrhal drams and In allI cases of nervousness mull debility I Plercos Favorite Prescription is till usedI tillicient remedy that can possibly ho It lulls to its credit hundreds of thousands of cures more in fact than arty other remedy nut up for sale through druggists especially for womans use The ingredi emits of whirls the Favorite Prescription 1I10stfmedical writers on dldtcrtti Jlnfm of nil thodon tho wrapper enclosing the bottle so that Lilly woman nuking use of this whatrtients Into his full confidence which ho can milord to do as tho formula utter which tho Favorite Prescription Is made will bear tho most careful exam Illation Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are tho womentt rraueia ae oas of taxation after deducting of crops within IIlIh1l anti ingrown of llluc 675 of wagons carriages bicycles and vehicles of every kind 11671 Value of slaughtered animals lMi Value of sewing and knitting machines 4672 Value of safes 51812 Value of household and latches furniture 8130lSO Value of manufacturing ments machinery hUIIleIkinds Value of pianoforte and other musical instruments 12590 Value of raw material to be used in manufacturing 5270 Value manufactured articles 21jUO Value of paintings 51004 Value of libraries 9100 Number of diamonds i Value thereof S4474 Value of watches and clocks Qltl23 Value of jewelry lIjJ Value of gold sliver and wares i IOS5 InI 6095 Value steamboats and other water crnft 1050 Value of wines whiskies bran dies and mixtures thereof not in distillery bonded ware house 27152 Value mineral products 800 Value of stock of goods and other property therein 224550 Value of property held for another for the purpose of sale on commission or otherwise EjOOI Value of nil property not mentioned above 125258 Total assessed value of money notes accounts etc 150718 Total assessed value of other personal property 1050649 Amount of exemption on othelI 249545 Grand total value of prop erty iissssed fut taxation ducting exemptions 0rwS47 Mules over years of age lt39- Legal voters 1039 Children between 6 und 20 years 16st Number of studs jacks and bulls for which service fee was charged Pounds of tobacco raised dur ing year 1190000 Pounds of hemp raised during year 12000 Pounds of hay raised during year 10080lJ Bushels of corn raised during year 111160 Bushels of wheat raised during year 39186 Bushels of outs raised during year 2335 Bushels of bailey raised during year 2065 Number of acres of wheat raised during year 21i3 Number miens of corn raised luring year o 1739 Number acres of meadow 1CIH Number acres of woodland 820 Number acres of tobacco Bhi ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Mr Marcus A Jones Jr was cleaning a revolver on Sunday morning when it accidentally ex ploded shooting him through tho left hand inflicting a flesh wound not serious in character aBAD MAN1 HARNESSED Lonn Scruggs who lives on tho Versailles pike told is known as a und nigger was tried on Tues duty by lodge Polsgrovo and fined 100 and sentenced to hurt labor in the jail for resisting and threat ening an ofliuur lie will have time to cool ofV STRICKEN WITH PA R A L YS S 3 Mrs Bettio Taylor motherin law of Mr Goo T Scearco anti grandmother of Prof r Boyd Scearco was stricken with paralysis while standing on tho front porch of tho Irauklin Academy on Saturday last Dr E E Hume was summoned and rendered necessary medical attention w p PBHKSKSBSSiBIBW Uplf pinto a few of cur regular Ufronllinukin prices Ctlll1 Iand see for vnurlf Jwwww lc fur one Pnp T lInil Pins I le for Card Hooka and 1Q for one Roll Tape lII2e for a Paper Pins 1c for bolt Feather Stitched Braid Je for ono dozen Safety Pins Ik for Good Jlni Brushes le for Box of Hair Pins Ifie a card for Penn Buttons I e for yard wide Wenched Cottnn rh rryJ R Grj91 ASCENSION K PI S COP A L CHURCH Rov A Ciiinn tho rector will preach at a in and 7SO p 1Lenten services at 4 oclock p m on Monday Tuesday and Saturday Also service at 780 p m on Wed nesday and Friday Teachers Meeting at 7111 on Friday evening The public cordially invited attend toI r1Bpreach at a m and 7550 p m Sundayschool nt 043 a m in the chapel Baiaca Class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Union at G4fi p 1111 in tho IoaiorI C challelITopic A John PrayornioethiR on Wednesday night at 700 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson tho pastor will preach at a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 080 a in in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society moots at 545 in tho ehapet- Prayormeeting Wednesday even lag at 780 in the chapel Tho Junior Society sleets ll1esIday afternoon at oclock Everybody IllvitodICATHOLIC CHURCH noG Father Thomas S Majoi rector Low Mass at 780 n m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at J p m Vespers at 780 pm FIRST PHES13VIERIAN- CHUIIJHRev1 MuC Blayney D IX will preach at a m anti 780 ji Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Christina Endeavor at 580 p m Prayermeeting at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST ITHCHH o v 1 O A Vanght tho pastor will preach ah a and 780 p mISundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 545 p m Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Kov Wm Crowe pas tor will preach at a ui and 780 oclock p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680- p m Praynrmooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend SELLS HIS HOME Mr James T BurorltexCounty Attorney has sold his handsome homo on Kentucky Avenue West Side to Mr Owen Jlarrod The price paid was 2500 which is unusually low for it t V TRANSFERS OK REAL ES TATE Mr John LeCompte has pur chased tho house and lot belonging to tho estate of the late Nich olas Cain on Third street between Logan and Murray and will erect several cottages thereon for rent Mr Mitchell LeCompto has purchased a lot on Fourth Avenue in tho roar of tho former residence of Mr E V Stephens tool will build a neat residence thereon 5fsix uirBut Pins 1r fur het Talcum Powder Sc for 11as1i Rag4 JOc for Dross Shields lOt for Taffeta Ribbons lilt for Corsets worth to 125 50c fur new Silks ic for best Calico 8c fur Law and Embroideries fw for Apron Gingham 1IJ r c t CONTESTS IX MIDAIR Fiat Time in History Airships Used Commercially Several applications have keen made to the Jamestown Exposi tion management for permission to operate dirigible balloons avid airships at the celebration in 1007 For the first time in the history- of aerial navigation air vehicles will be used commercially that is to convey passengers Hitherto nil attempts to conquer the air have been there spectacles and have subserved no useful purpose except in so far as demonstrating the possibilities levitation and dirigibilityOnly aeronauts have occupied places in the balloons or vessels and the general publics interest in the platter has always been that of spectator At the JamoKtown Exposition if the company is satisfied that the air conquerors are entirely safe passengers will be carried from the shore to the ships and elsewhere through the air This aerial navigation is quite dissimilar to the ascension of cn ure balloons which has hitherto been the only form of ascension in which the public has partici pu ted Santos Dumont and several others have proved tho possibil ities of directing airships almost at will and an American inventor Captain Thomas S Baldwin has perfected an airship until it is almost as easy to navigate as an ordinary yacht In connection with Capt Bald wins effort to subjugate the air there are two men who have been brought prominently into public notice as inventors of these crafts Lincoln Beachy and Roy Knaben shue Whether these famous air captains will each command a Baldwin ship at the Jamestown Exposition or whether they will be engaged by rival constructors LutIpresent at tho celebration nod will dinct nil ships That they will contest for prizes in speed und directness of course is certain whether they mire employed by tho same concern or not hut a far greater element of sport will be added if rival Ion structors each securo the services of one of these Baldwin is not to be the only inventor There is another all conqueror who has filed already his application for a concession nod probably there will bo sev eral others so races and contests of every sort overhead mire assured as features of the Tercentennial RHsersI 1Ithis week by the 1111ilou11cemeliti ff- that there were three oases of smallpox East Main street in J one family There is considerable doubt osrto whether the disease was really L smallpox but out of abundant f caution the patients were isolated timid taken to the pesthotise the building was thoroughly fumi gated and every precaution taken in the case In addition although Mr Tra cey the barber who was said to have the disease had not been at i the barber shop of Mr E S Rob kris for a week before he wusJlclaimed to have it the shop theltools and everything about it was thoroughly f unllgntefThere is a to exaggera tion in such matters that ought not to exist ASK FOR S iT M When you want the 1 Best Flour It is Best in ColorYBest in Flavor Best in Nutrition And it wont fail you in a pinch Sold Only by Grocersfl i Wo also handle meal and feed All orders promptly filled iTiiE J E 11 MILLING Co Frankfort Ky taTdeI I PACIFIC COAST in eflct Sumdar Tho neu trulna leave St luuis 0X1 dully the llnhll trains to points p ut daily Double daily service Through ilacphtg car service for SanFrtut Excursion tickets now on sale- For further information callon or address n T O MATTIIEIV S Puss At Loulsville Ky ITI C TOWNSEND Pass Ticket Alt St Louts ago F t t For the Roundabout LAST NIGHTS THOUGHTS This is nn ago of mil ism mIl terinlism and commercialism the tthree in the ontological relation n veritable Procrustes stretching and cutting down until our chief symbols of greatness religion art and poesy sloping more and more toward decadence are almost become as the lost link of creation and I do not wonder there has been a decadence in art and poesy and we have no An gelos Rein brnndts Raphaels or Murillos no Shelleys Keats or Byrons Whore is there an An Belo of this age to paint n Sis tine Madona or chisel a Moses AgnesjpIe of this material age would not hesitate to use a inns terpiece of the Renaissance as a medium for advertising their waresSay an Angelo for some good corn a Rembrandt for some wellappointed plough or a Landseer to introduce a new brood of cattle and we would see no artistic difference between Prax iteles or Phidias and the man of upIa common and the mantel would be as much a work of art to us as Praxiteles Cupid or the Phallus Athene l that Goethe loved I fear we have not much more in common with art and poesy than with Choctaw Sanskrit or Zend now there is a mauvais quart d heure in store for me should I meet the spring poet I write strongly anent this for I feel that way To eliminate from our ideas and consciousness sense of the beauti ful is to lose all that renders life worth living I know it is writ ten I am the way the truth and wnyIno r truth there is no knowing and without the life there is no living and I know that our march of progress is not His our successes are not His and our laws have nothing whatever to do with the management of His sublime cos mos If wo fain would rouse tho world from this mammonwor ship to a senso of better things to loftier ideals to a renaissance in all that ia noblest highest and holiest in that big wayward bet ter heart of humanity a prome thian task indeed fill human life with now symbols of hope it yset up a white standard of faith t amid the hurrying swife rushing on and reckless tramping down desperate battle we must in ofI nptcare a groat whether adverse or the reverse if ij worthybutcommonplacelucifer t the real promethean fire from heaven All the criticism in the world never made unmade tlllIob1iearthxr titand there is no gainsaying its Tis the visible mani f festation of the spiritual force through the material If a book l is a success or nonsuccess all the criticismadvance nor delay it God does not allow the equipoise of His t plans for progressive good to be disturbed one jot or tittle and f we have no right to jar His har monies But I must not inveigh garnet the evils of the age in a r philippic a would be crusade f gainst a modern saracenhost as a resume shows I have done at some length Wo dwell in tho shadow of life on this sorrowful star We have t to have baptisms of fire so to I speak have to bo chastened with the rods of affliction drink deep draughts from tho waters of Marah and whether or not there is compensation for all we endure here in that Lethean draught at the last is a question which all Horatios philosophy is powerless to answer Wo have had many grand old teachers of high morals such as Ariytdttle Confucius Epictetus Homer Buddha Zoro etctheroLteachings have been valuable as Y far as they went but oven Platos majestic arguments in favor of Pfr 4 l the immortality of tho soul fall short of anything sure and grasp preliguringclever in attack and ripost in his Sartor Resartus brings that trenchant wit to boar upon Voltaire to demonstrate tho utter uselessness of any and all attempts to embody the divine spirit of re ligion in a new my thus in a new vehicle and vesture Truly a Godcomprehended would be no God at all Some day we will know some day we will understand all I will never accept tho atoms and vacuum theory of the old laughing philosopher Democritus for the question would at once arise whence ofIas much a part of that divine essence omniscenco and omnip otence which pervades all space as a drop of water taken from the ocean as a part of that wholo and though we have tho same or ganic life as the lower animals we have a hierarchy of intellectual and spiritual knowledge which they can novel attain unless indeed the theory of Darwin bo correct and man but the evolu tion of his monkey ancestry But I do not believe that a mil lion years ago he was n chimpan zee What an infinitesimal mole hill of knowledge we heap up wenrI WeIdo not know what matter isnor why God should have chosen any one moment in eternity more than another for its creation but in the fullness of time all the miracle and mystery of this universe will be past all disprovingall the marvels of the stars and the planetary sys temsnU the wonders of plants and minerals all the magic of light color undmusicuU the true miracles of spirit and mntte- rIto conceive of the essence of the- immortal soul of man become thought possible to the human mind and the wondermarvel actinglUpon In the great macrocosmio man agement an economy there is nothing superfluousnothing too small to perform its part in the preparing of conditions and the heeping of equilibriums and how perfect the equilibrium in which the globe exists If things are false or corrupt they must be swept away nature will not have themshe will transmute and transform them somehow no mat purliaIone law of the universe If we like nature could thus got rid of the false and corrupt if we could form equations of our good and- had and by some mothod of elim theIdemnitionferent world this would bo But that work is for higher hands than ours to do Who shall say that one thing is of less importance than another in the scientific iniplanets Neptune and Georgium Sidus are the most remote mem hers of our system toiling round enormous orbits getting the smallest possible amount of light and heat from Phoubus Apollo they are no less members of our thoIlnwsforce than Mercury Venus and Mars who bask in the warmth and light of tho SunGod and protoIing these Algae are not protos as tis a long way from these to time very lowest that we know but Nimportein tho preparing of conditions and tho keeping of equilibriums we may at least safely claim that tis on the way to tho day of it In the great economy of nature we have reverse orders of lifelifo of lentil and life of life Among tho vegetable lifeatoms the unorganized that live upon organisms by their decompositionand those which or unize themselves by appropriating from inorganic sub stances Among tho animals one thing preying upon another t rJtj one life sacrificed to perpetuate another and so this saturnalia goes steadily on up and down the aisles of creation running the whole gamut of destruction from tho least to the greatest Tis the equilibrium in which the globe exists Life would bn impossible upon it if it was not for the de stroyer Thus do tho joy of life and the shadow of death touch and mingle It seems hard in our finite way of looking at things that this insatiate demand for life of death one life should thus be sacrificed to perpetuate another and this thought is forcibly borne in upon the mind when we see the poor victim writhing in the death throes in the arch nomys grasp Now In111 not arraigning providence on a writ of sciro facias for I know there is just causegood and sufficient rea son for all this for Gore moves in a mysterious way His wonders to perform Then we have the Titans of the smalltime bacteria the smallest microscopic organ isms measuring the individual bacterium about half a thousandth of a millimetre a little less than a fifty thousandth of an inchso small that they seem like the first moving of organic particles away in the deep of the invisible beginningslike the fardown in ception of a thought that stirs mere unconscious matter with the joy of its own high distant pur posethe whole informed by that moved upon the face of the waters andmuna mi crocosm has something ofall entering into his nature and makeup cells and pores ferns and roses bats and owls birds of prey and singing birds wild beasts and gentle ones little chil dren and grown souls and thus has dominion over nllIBEL A HARROD neo PACE A WOMANS BACK The Aches and Pains Will Disap pear if tho Advice of This Frankfort Citizen is Followed A womans back has many aches painsMost tis the kidneys fault Backache is really kidney aches Thats why Doans Kidney Pills cure it- Many Frankfort women know this Road what one has to say about it Mrs Margaret Weitzel of 818 Mero St wife of Lucas Weitzel baker by trade now retired says For a number of years J suffered from a persistent aching across tho small of my back and through the kidneys At times my back was so bad that I could hardly sit still gUt up or down or lift anything oven of ordinary weight At night it bothered uie so that I could not rest comfortably and when I first arise in the morning I felt tired and worn out the kidney secretions wore irregular highly colored and distressing and on standing de posited n heavy pediment 1 saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and began to use them In a few days I noticed that the secretions hud assumed a natural appearance the pains and aches left me and I felt as well as ever after completing the treatment Nothing pleases me more than to speak a word in favor of Deans Kidney Pills For sole by all dealers Price cents FoBterMilburn Co Buf falo N Y sole agents for the United States Eemenibor the name Doans and take no other PAINFULLY HURT As Mr John H Hanley who lives near Hoge Station was leav ing the stall of a young horse on Wednesday the feed basket he had on his arm touched time animal on the flank when it kicked striking Mr Hanloy on the elbow producing a painful injury Ten thousand demons naming away at ones vitals couldnt bo much worse than till tortures of itching piles Yet theres a cure DoauH Ointment never fails KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR CONSUMPTION 60c100 Price II Free Trial end Quickeat Cure for all Isureat and LUNG TBOUB MONEY BACK ir 1 J JJ1 f1 iffrS The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the sigfnatnro of and his since infancy deceive ill All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or Infants and Children Experience against ExperimentI What is CASTORIACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea and VindifColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years LEXINGTON AND RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER IMETABLE EFFECIIVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 DailyEx PMLeave 406 485 1449 610 No Daily Ex Sun A M Leave 9 8 923 1008 1029 IBlattans = 0 194 you Lexington Winchester City Stanton Natural Bridge Torrent Boattyville Junction IJacksOn 1Mb Bund 62 NoS kEx Ar wiN aITrains No daily except Sunday other trains except Sunday JICR7TrainsTrains No8 connect Bcattyvilie Junction with for Beattyvillty and local Htation JK CHARLES SCOTT General Manager OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY INo8iMis Ex SundI on all THE ANT If of in fu Got is in is to le st us of rates free and YOU H 1r 1i has per no to It Clay Ex 828 HOt 747 P =620 48Q 606 3 and daily jand at the L A Ry r BARR G P A a line and No 83 No DailyEx Mla IAH LvolP M LyeIAMAr PMAr =o 980 II Jackson 880 1120 0 926 O K Junction 885 1120 880 848 162 Hampton 480 417 1162 1168 128 Lee City 610 1223 12I 122 518 12281760I 105 Cnnnel City 545 1245 Nos and will make close connection at O It K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 forIpoints on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TIle Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO WEST SOUTHWEST you contemplate a trip or a change location the near the Henderson Route Jfoit It tho comfortable a comfortable train traveling always a good habit acquire At givo the opportunity naming you Wo have tho equipment tho train service tho chair wars the rates WHAT MORE DO WANT J GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY I t been made under sonal supervision its Allow one this It EASTERN 0 IDail 11AM 1010 Wilhurst Helcchawa Queen and Crescent j Shortest Route AN- DQuiokct scneflule 1 BETWEEN t i GEORGEITOVNICINCINNATI tCHATTANOOGA ATLANTABIRMINGHAM SIIREVEPORTNEW r AND IiiTEXAS POINTS Write for Rates 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