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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE PRAMPOET ROUNDABOUT 1 f r GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS111pis 100 In Advance IP VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAR 31 9C6 NO sa Attractive Oxfords Tlueo styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here t for women These three selected because they are especially new and charming Laird Schober fe Co Ribbon Tie tAdress low Shoe made of patent calf very light and flexible turn sole plain toe anti military heel wide silk laces large eyelets price 500 rThe New Pump In four leathers Bunch gun metal calf and black ooze calf 400 pat ent colt skin and blue suede at 500 Pumps met with great favor last season on account of the attractive appearance they give the loot and the ease with which they are put on Our Pump this season does not slip at the heel 350 Patent dolt Oxford One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces both with flexible turn soles and medium heels R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY THE RECTIFIERS TAX The following is the act over which such a hot fight was waged by the rectifiers and straight whisky men anti is the act as finally passed by the called session of the Legislature An act relating to revenue and Itaxation providing for license on compounded rectified adulterated or blended distilled spirits known and designated as single stamp spirits and provid ing penalties for violations of its provisions- Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Section 1 Every corporation association company copartner ship or individual engaged in this State in the business or occupa tion of compounding rectifying adulterating or blending distilled f spirits known and designated as single stamp spirits shall pay to the Commonwealth Kentucky a license tax of one and onefourth cent upon every wine gallon of such compounded rectified blended or adulterated distilled spiritsSec 2 It shall ho the duty of each corporation association company copartnership or indi vidual engaged in this State in the business or occupation of com pounding rectifying adulterating or blending distilled spirits known and designated as single stamp spirits to make and doj liver to the Auditor of counts on the 80th lily of hmoI 1900 or within ten days thereafter and at tho owl of each six months thereafter a report sworn to stating his name place oft business and the number of wine gallons compounded rectified adulterated or blended distilled spirits known and designated singlo stamp spirits made tho six months then ended nn at the same time pay into tho State Treasury through the Au ditor the amount of taxes duo the State as herein provided imposed by the last preceding section Sec 3 Before any corporation association company copartner ship or individual shall engage in the business or occupation of com pounding rectifying adulterating or blending in this State he shall notify the Auditor of Public Ac counts of his intention to engage in such business or occupation Tho notice shall contain tho name and place of residence of such corporation association company copartnership or indi vidual and the approximate num her of wino gallons of such compounded rectified adulterated or blended spirits tho applicant con templates making prior to tho first date at which ho is required to report tho number of gallons ACjcountsnotice by tho Auditor of Public Accounts he shall issue to such applicant a certificate showing that ho lots complied with this act Any corporation association company copartnership on individual who shall engage in the business of compounding rec tifying adulterating or blending distilled spirits known maid desigj hated as single without first recoh corIIttilicato heroin provided for from the Auditor of Public Accounts shall he guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to indictment in tho Franklin Circuit Court and fined any sum not less than live hun dred dollars nor more thou two thuusan11ulhus ISoc 5 Upon tho payment of tax to tho through the Auditor rrOIlSUrBrI Accounts as provided article tho Auditor of Public Ac counts shall issue to such corpora c0lor ordtifying adulterating or blending M jrP distilled spirits known and desig nated as singlo stamp spirits if such authority is desired for six providesillbe madeSec Any compounder rectifier adulterator or blender for the taxes imposed by linbleI 01 embraced by its who shall fail or refuse to bIllicpay as v this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con victiun shall bo fined not lea than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for each day of such failure or refusal to be recovered l1mnklincirouithis right to engage in said business in this State Sec 7 Any corporation asso ciation company copartnership jCOmspiritsknownstamp spirits into this State for brandingmarking Kentucky whisky product or spirit or which shall have or thereafter be labeled d marked or stamped as Ihmnd ck y whisky product or comIor adulterators under tho provisions of this act and shall pay the licenso tax imposed herein on HIm product compounded rectified blended or adulterated in thi State and shall make the 1010- 1required herein to time Auditor o f Public Accounts Any corporation association company copartnership or in dividual who shall violate this provision of this wet shall bo doomed guilty ofU misdemeanor und fined in any sum not loss than live hundred nor more thnnIone thousand dollars Each mont shall lie doomednasoparato olVonse The Franklin Circuit Court shall hove jurisdiction of all olYonses committed under this provision of thus net Soc S All laws or parts of laws in cone t with this act are hereby repeal Di toaverB Syrnp find Centre- 8ncceeefr unent for blood and akin dlscue = THEY NEVER FAIL That is What They Say About Tlioin in Frankfort and it is Therefore Itoliahle Another proof more evidence Frankfort testimony to swnll the long list of local people who en re1J1ollyDonnsconvincing cndorsment of that remarkable preparation TaylorAsonue personallycan highly recommend thorn for tho ureat relief they afforded my eldest daughter who has always suffered more or less from a weak back over since a child On ac count of this condition it wa- xalmost impossible foi her at time to lift anything Accompanying this there was a difllculty with th kidneys which was very annoying and distressing I learned abou Deans Kidney Pills and procured thorn for liar at J W Gayles drug store She tock them as directed wayHerstronger and the llmcut with th 1mIprovedcomplained a groat deal of her hncl hurting her too J gave her Kidney Pills and the result ciise tory as well were most DonnsII For sale In all dealers 50 cents Fostor rllbuln Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for tho United States- Remember tho name Doans and take no other GOOD APPOINTMENT Hon Henry George has been appointed Superintendent of the Confederate Soldiers Home at Pewee Vallny to succeed Mr W 0 Coleman resigned Senator George is a man of ability and integrity and will make a good official THE BREATH OF LIFE Its a significant fact that tho strongest minimal of its size tho gorilla also has the largest lands Powerful lungs menus powerful creatures How to keep the breath ing organs right should bo mans chiefest study Like thonsa ds of i1urttwillhtms 01Lfins learned Stevens how of tHIInl1oIfur stopped my cough of two years friendsgrand for thrust and nun troubles Guaranteed by all data IrlnllbottloMANDATE ARRIVES The mandate of tho r S Su promo Court refusing to tnk jurisdiction in the case of Howard accused of the assas sination of Senator Goebel tv1t received bv the Clerk of the of Appelli on Tuesday It was formally filed on Thursday 1Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup seems specially adapted to tilt need of the children Pleasant to ItIslungtlisunso BUYS NICE HOME chasecGcottage homo 011 Holmes street for 2 J00 Mr Hubbard has moved into the Herndon pro rty corner of Steele and Second streets oA SXI C nrDears thethe SignlturoVI tUt CASTORIAF01 The Kind You Nape Always Bought aarstutrnhof d 1 zLAtait It I Bei11uilla- v 1 ll af 5t1nd continuing 5through every clay of willt OWIlle j or aleS iI t Eeajjiotear Garmantsj We decided on this plan instead of a for mal opening day Our stocks of Ladies Suits Skirts Jackets i IShirt Waists I Are so much larger t than at any former season so we thought that by having a spe r cial showing for onerwhole week the lie having more time would be enabled to moree5thoroughly We invite every lady rggrandtments IYe do not ask you to come to buy but just to come and look The greatest pleas are will be taken in showing you Broods every day of this spe cial week C KAGINI BROI 41 St Clair St at Bridge jft db f u B B aeBBB PJBBB eB BSB J3 J3 J3BBBJ3 J39BBBBri i I EA arEiFl cPE Il Iweu en aaaarrwnswsswuww n I 4 yS4rwAll next week we will have a ySpecial rwYlW1111w1 w sn Display of our Large New Stock I iofDress Goods Notions and ReadytoWear Garments I l OUR SILK DRESS GOODS consist of New Fancies Figures Stripes Changeable and Solid Colorsall the New Shadesand the ZGreat Black Silk MONEBAK rjl OUR WOOL DRESS GOODS STOCK shows New Greys Blues Tans Old Rose Greens Violot Cream and White GPRIESTLY and GOLD MEDAL BLACK GOODS nil Popular Prices Special New Line of Dress Trimmings THE READYMADE DEPARTMENT is overflowing Handsome Eton wits Grey Blue Green Old Rose and Black 12 315 18 V 20 25 30 35 See our SpUndid Line of Covert Jackets Grey Coats Silk Coats 5 tit 7w SrLOa 15 and 20 New Dress J Skirts in Cream Greys Blur Tan and Black Beautiful New Line White Shirt Waists Silk Underskirts and Muslin Underwear McGee and Sorosis Mercerized Underskirts Lace Curtains Spreads Table Linen Towels and Napkins tql One of the Choicest Departments in our Store is the WASH GOODS and WHITE GOODS Ginghams Chambre Madras Linens Soisette Denims Cheviot Gallatea Percales Manhattan Cambric and India Linon Persian Lawn French Lawn Batiste Chif fonett French Nansook Paris Muslin Dotted Swiss Figured Swiss Figured Madras Dotted Chiffon Special Selected Lot White Mercerized Material for Waists and Suits Beautiful Colored Lawns and French Organdies Our Notion Department shows Kobo Corsets R G Corsets Flexible Corsets Royal Worcester Corsets OorWe Cordially Invite an Inspection WEITZELforr iDeEEaE E EEEEEE SSSE E ElEE EE EE E EEaE aEg f PERSONAL tMs W Louisville is the guest of friends in I Mrs Win ODonnell spent Wed oinesda In Louisville Capt G D Ripleyof Beards wzks here on Tuesday Miss Mary Belle Taylor is visiting friends in Louisville air E A Summers is visiting at his home in Glasgow Miss Cordie Tellers is visiting relatives in Louisville Prof C J Norwood of Lexing ton was here Thursday Mrs FH H Brown visited rela tavesin Louisville this week Mr Geo D Todd of Louisville visited relatives here Tuesday Miss Genevieve Lindsoy has re turned from a visit to Louisville Mrs Eugene Scott and daughter are visiting relatives in Lexington Miss Bessie Crowe is visiting her sister Mrs Hunt in Thomasville Oa Judge M G Moss of Pineville was here on legal business Tues day JPfcof M A Scnvell of State College Lexington was here on Tues day Mr Russell Sneed left Thurs des m a business trip to New York iCityMe John P Hanley has returned from a business trip to New York City Miss Edith Posey has returned school at Caldwell College Dan vine 3Ir John P Hanley returned sfroin New York City on Friday nightMrs A J Lynch is visiting her sister Mrs Matt Benckart in Lex iugtoiiijclge J S Rice of Middleshoro ws there on Sunday and Monday Me was formerly in the Auditors Office Mrs Lawrence Mnupin and child fI have gone to Paris Ills to reside Mrs J WMark bury and daugh ters are visiting relatives in Shelby uoueity MT T Hiter Crockett was called to Louisville on Sunday to see a rel4ivo Mr Wm Ayres of Pinoville at tended the C hurt of Appeals on Monday sirs R B Franklin is visiting her sister Mrs P B Woodruff in Lexington Mrs H T Gaines is visiting her moister Mrs C H Wilkerson in Lexington Mrs Sam South and son are visiting her mother Mrs Hopple in tCorfington Miss Coranel Cruttiher visited Mien Nettie Walcutt at Lakoland this week Mrs W J Scottow and son Les lie visited relatives in Louisville this week Mrs W J Lewis visited Mrs Clarence Wilson at Smithfield this Week Mi G F Berry and wife left Thursday to visit Mr Sam S Bush at Kenwood Mr Vm Cromwell went to Louis ville on Thursday morning on a business trip Mrs DL C Hamil and daughter ire guests of Mrs John W Milam Clinton street Mrs W H Lewis is visiting her r mother Mrs Hen Hardin Hem at Elizabeth town Judge E C ORear and wife left Friday for a visit to Winchester sand Mt Sterling i Col Ed E Abbott nnd daughter Miss Anna went to Covington on Saturday morning Mr Ed W Hines of Louisville was in attendance upon the Jour of Appeals Friday Mrs John R Walter of row port is the guest of N rs A D Martin South Side Mr Jas H Dryden of Hamil ton Ohio is visiting his father Mr John B Dryden Miss Ooranel Crutcher has re turned from a visit to Miss Nettle Walcutt at Lakeland Mr Walter Crady has returnee from a visit to his baby boy at Buffalo Laruo county Hon Thos G Stuart of Win ohester was the guest of Mr John H Stuart on Monday Mr Alex W Macklin who hat been spending the winter in Flor ida has returned home Miss Nora Kantz of Evansville Ind is the guest of Miss Carrie Selbert St Clair street Mr John H McAlpine and bride nee Mary Gray have returnee from their wedding trip Col A D Martin and daughter Miss Natalie and Miss Nina Vies cher are in Chicago Ills Miss Katie Lyons of Campbells burg is the guest of her aunt Mrs John D Sallee this week Miss May Hockensmith of Fork of Elkhorn was the guest of Miss Henton Thomson this week Judge Wm Lindsay of New YOlk City arrived here on Thursday night on legal business IMr Sidney Bedford who has n at Ponta Gorda Fla for sev eral months has returned home Mr Julian Chinn of State Col lege lexington spent Sunday with his parents Dr G W Chinn am wifeMiss Addle Wright nod Mss Ger trude Mitchell of Hatton won guests lof Mrs J M Perkins this weekJudge J D White of Bard well oxJudge of the Court of Appeals was the guest of Mr J W Ray this John S VanWinkle of Dan vine visited his brother Mr A C VanWinkle South Side this J H Miller wife and child of Calhoun wore visitors here this week Mr Miller Is a prominent lawyer Miss Genevieve Poser has re turned from a visit to her uncle Mr C IC Berryman in Washing ton City Miss Rose Montgomery of Lex ington visited her uncle Mr Buckner McElroy Third street this week Mrs W R Scott of Paris whc has been visiting her parents Mrs C C Hazolrigg and wife has returned home Mrs C W Vimont of Louisville who has been the guest of her sister Mrs B G Williams has re turned home Miss Janie Price of Lowisburg W Va who has been the guest of Mrs H P Mason at Jetts has re turned home Mr Goo M Gaylo of Kentucky University Lexington spent Sun day with his patents Dr John W Gayle and wife Rev Lewis N Thompson of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs Ed Porter Thomp son on Sunday Mr W Arthur Howard has re turned from Hot Springs Ark where he took his wife She will remain some time Dr F M Cooper nnd wife nee Ellen T Woodson of Marshall Mo who have been visiting here have returned home rJiiJ t 1 Mr and Mrs Hunt nee of North Carolina who GainesIguests of Miss Pnttie have returned Misses homeIgaret Caplinger have been guests of relatives here have returned home Mr Ross A MoCallum and Mr Edwin M Dryden of Dayton Ohio spent Sunday here the guest of Mr John B Dryden Mrs Juliett Hunter of San An tonio Texas was called hero by the illness and death of her mother Mrs Elizabeth Taylor Mr George F Berry and wife spent Sunday atII Elk wood tile home of his sister Mrs W L Can non in Woodford county Mrs Sallie Greenow of Ashland Seminary Versailles attended the 81st birthday of her mother Mrs Alvin Duvall this week Chief Clerk Jas E Stone and Assistant the House of Representativesleft yesterday for their homes Miss Hannah lobes who has been in Cuba for some time came here on Saturday to visit her mother Mrs H B Innes Mr Peter Lee Atherton and Mr Ed M Babbett of Louisville who have been here as rectifiers lobby left for home Monday night Mrs Drutj Milliken and daughter of Bowling Green who hays been guests of Mrs Wm Cromwell Shelby street have returned home Mrs P Fall Taylor of Atlanta Ga who has been visiting her father Col E H Taylor Jr has gone to Louisville to visit friends Mr John E Newman of Bards town the new Rate Clerk of the Railroad Commission has come hero and assumed his new duties Mr W P Swope and wife oi Owenton loft Monday for the South Mr Swope came neat dying from a sudden illness at the Capital Hotel Mr Thos Rodman and wife of New York City who have been guests of his mother Mrs Guy Barrett left Wednesday for French Lick Springs Ind Mrs Alvin Duvall celebrated her 81st birthday at her home on Steele street South Side on Tues day Quito a number of relatives and friends were present Mr1 W Parrish and wife Mr Harvey Smith and wife of Lexing ton and Mr T H Botts of Bag dad attended the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Taylor on Thursday NEW MOTOR CAR HERE The now motor oar for the Frankfort und Versailles Traction Co came in Tuesday and was at once put to work in hauling heavy freight to new capital grounds + a WELL WORTH TRYING W H Brown the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield Vt says If Next to a pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills Ho writes They keep my family in splendid health Quick cure for Headache Cop sti pation and Biliousness U5o Guar anteed at all druggists W Early Risers The famous llttte pulls NICE DANCE Messrs Coy Wells and Ruby Hnzelrigg gave n nice dance to the younger set at Y M 1 Hall on Thursday night Dr Wearer Treatment Synip fee the Wood Orate fur iUaeraptl M 1ttfrrrw i Ja EASTER SALE l We are showing for Easter the Smatest Easter Suits in Alice Blues Navy French Grays and Black and the Prices are so Reasonable1250 L500 1750 Styles you are apt to price some places 2500 35 4000 e3i1ksOur great effort to show THE VERY BEST VALUES IN SILK ever shown in Frankfort have been successful If you need Silks you can not afford to miss seeing us Skirt SaleSaturday Morning we will put out 575 050 750 AllWool Skirts for 500S- ATURDAYS SALE ONLY I will find our Ribbons 10 RI BBONSYou 15c a yd excellent values Fr 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 impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOMETHING Jf you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying We make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our representative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARDC M BRow rNG President Sec and Treas w ELKS ELECT OFFICERS Frankfort Lodge No 580 B P 0 Elks elected the following officers on Wednesday night last Exalted RulerJ Ssvigert Tay lorEsteemed Leading Knight Chas E Booe- Esteemed Lecturing Knight Geo L Barnes Esteemed Loyal KnightW Pruett Graham- SecretaryGrant L Roberts Tyler Chas Whitehead Delegate to Supreme Grand LodgeR W McRery AlternateCharles N Wiard These new officers will be in stalled next Wednesday night when a banquet will be served l t SHOT HIMSELF While handling a revolver at the Penitentiary on Tuesday MrtAtkins a newly appointed guard t accidentally shot himself in the t thigh inflicting a slight flesh r wound FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have in augurated free redlining chair car service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 780 a m and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operates free cars on night trains fromLexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Railway Is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansville and 43 milos tier shortest toSt Louis fir1dJbt utift 3 READY EF SPRINGt I Suits Jackets Skirts Dress Goods and Carpets Leo MEN ENJOYED HIS ADDRESSES The Rev Richard L McCready who has by his eloquence created a profound impression among the business men attending the noon JI meetings at the Board of Trade EpisIin Crescent Hill Dr McCready who is nearly related to Senator C W H Cox is a Kentuckian and counts Louisville his home ForI i several years he was rector ch in Cincinnati but resigned and came to Louis The little mission of St was in sad need of a rec tor a man of ability who could be counted upon to build up a struggling cause Dr McCready custOIl1C1sfWe are readyin our Carpet and Suit Department for the most critical of our Never have the Spring Wearthings been more captivating and best of all never more pleasantly priced We are never to hurried to show you all you wish to seeto answer all your questionsthe fact that you come and look and examine r does not make it necessary for you to purchase in a hurry Suits Easter is near so we gill give you Some Extra Values in Suits for next week SPECIAL LOT AT 15 to 25 r Ditrichstein in Before and After at Capitol Theatre Wednesday April 4th j tBUSINESS 1cbu 1905 JJville itMarks uas induced to undertake the workand his connection with the congregation has been of the greatest value Ho has won the PeGIpIeneighborhoodDr personally is a man of great charm He is yet on the hither side of forty and his scholarship combined with exceptional pulpit and executive ability promiso a brilliant future if he cares to seek it His friends say he is too modest and retiring but they confidently expect to see him one day wearing the official robes of a BishopLouisville Herald March 20 Dr Weaver Syrup Purifies the blood t Cerato ointment for the skim J AC K ETS BtYleS8to16 All shapes that are Childrens right Special Jnckets quality Choice nt 5 ExceptionalI DRESS GOODS Mohairs Black Navy White or Tones nt 50c Panamas Black Navy Groy or White fiOc to Violes real French choice assortment WAS H GOO DS Shirt and Embroideriesall Wniststhe best the makes new thingsI ti aqm1 A TO OF 31 If the of a for suc cess or as last in was The the rise to its last fall ness its by and was one to the of all and on a Its led as Tex as the of the the of her cov a den she was in the of the as her and was and but free his by his he set the by the den was one of the in tho the last act in tho in the over on the and tho of l i f JR j l J v if f h iJ her were in and the was for one at the 2 now A A If you arc or sour take Cure Hon of Ga says I more than 20 tion A Ko dol It me in one day told I now than for you eat sour gas on etc the the and you to eat and So far the to has a cars and un full So it will be the is to to If you a trip to the or the of low rates to and dian a sea trip from Vic or the Mor mon Salt and its dead sea the and of the sub limo that no has over anti to see and nil by the roost and of it pay you to with n in Lou for his is with on the ami nil will he and lis D P A Ky 1 I 1andlatt 1VI i ROCKWELLS Patent Corner Dust snielff Keeps the dust out of the corners of the steps of your stairway B OI1TPrs iAcJII R ROGERS 8z SONS 1 TEXAS SWEETHEARTS PLEASURE LOVERS MELODRAMA 4The Burlington Free Press Wednesday May 1905 says amount pleasure received from play speaks itself failure Texas Sweethearts played evening The Strong largely accept able audience followed every action from curtains with attentive showing appreciation frequent hearty applause The play delight hearts dealing with love intrigue Texas ranch plot Pearl Lewis owner ranch through scheming etous ranch foreman into where power schemer Alan Villair lover happened around himself bound made helpless cleverly burning himself from thongs lighted cigars house wild escaping from with Texas This only many strong situations which play abounds being exceptionally interest ing ending villian being killled most realistic duel presented local stage prospective marriage OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY TAYLOR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky tMr w Texas and lover Jack Pleasing specialties also troduced scenery good Coming night only Capital Theatre Monday April Seats selling FRIEND THAT WAS FRIEND Dont frownlook pleasant suffering from indigestion stomach Koclol Dyspepsia Jako Moore Atlanta suffered years with Indigos friend recommended relieved enjoy bettor health many years Kodol digests what relieves stomach stomach belching Kodol strengthens digestive organs sweetens stomach enables digest assimilate byJIA BIG SUCCESS interurban line from Lexington Versailles proved big success Tho both going coming have been comfortably when line built from this city Versailles THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information contemplate Pacific Coast Puget Sound country during period California points nfewinoludlngJJantfRockies Bxpusitiunwound Yellowstone Park Mount Hood Mount Shasta capitol Lake City great mines mountains Colorado Grand Canon brush copied reach comfortable luxurious means travel would confer Monnn Route Agent while isville otllce literally staoluid beautiful illustrated literature subject information cheerfully intelligibly furnished Long youBothBacon Monou Route Louisville H iJV CarpetsRight AT Rugs ROBBED IX LOUIS ElJ IAllencity As he was going to his hotel about 0 oclock that night 4 he was held up at tho mouth of an alley and robbed of fiOO Iris per diem and mileage as a Representative It was on a pOpUOUEt street too- DONT GEl THE HABIT Indigestion is much ofn habit littleIh0loipuffingBilpitating 1 the stomach sweet Bode is a 1relltfperfect digestion or maJassl nila II1INDIGESTIONS The best r mtdy I can prescribe for your fadlgcstiontnuttmIs Greens August Plower physicians who pre scribe it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest QYou read in the papers daily of app 1 even robust men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and of their dying in many cases before a phjsicia could be called in JThis should be a warning to yon wb suffer with regular or periodical attack iof indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims ofacute indigestion had taken csmall dose of Greens August Flower before or after their meals they would sot have fallen a prey to such sudden scizasoL Flower prevents indigestion by creating good digestion It also reguUte npptheJTwo sizes 350 and 750 All dfuggbl I For sale by J W Gaylo i iJ Rl f If the FranRfortHountlanou Entered at the nistoiliee at Frankfort lien tuckyas ectntlt lays iimUahle mutter 1OEU u A LEWIS ProV and Pub FRANKFORT MAR 31 1906 r7a TAKERS OF KELKHOUS CEX SUS OF CITY The following in list of those appointed to ttikf the religious census of tho city which was tiikon on Thursday last Tho final report of the result was made I afc a meeting of the workers at the Christian Church lust night hut too lute for our columns this week First District South Frank fort east of Shelby Captain K Greene Workers Mrs J P IL Mrs F S Strassner Mrs 0 F Strassner Mrs Wilder Dupuy Miss Maria Dupuy Miss Elsie Leavy Mrs W B Peck Mrs L C Wallace Mrs Frank r Harcourt and Mrs Win Crowe Second DistrictSouth Frank fort west of Shelby Captain A B Hammond Workers Dr Noggins Thos P Rogers Will Watson Mrs Purcell Miss Bertha r Moore R Ferguson Mrs James Darnell Mrs Thos Wiard and Miss Margnrefc Rogers Third DistrictWest of Wilkinson street Bellepoint and Butti mers Hill Captain R K Mc Clure Workers Miss Mary Page Miss Mary Bull Mr D B Red dick Miss Margaret Reading G P Swain Mr J S Weathers Miss Harriet McClure R K McClure John Noland and Miss Pat KeenonFourth District East of Wil I kinson street to St Clair Cap tain 0 C Konney Workers Mrs M B Adams Miss Eunice Kenny Miss Eva B Coleman Mrs Lyman Graham V J String fellow Walter Crady Miss Una Wright Mrs Lillie Wilson Mrs R L Dooley Fifth DistrictSt Clair to High For Thin IBabIesaccount is why are your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do 14not cry they are rich fat is laid up for Iitheir of need They are because they ar- etcomfortable The fat surrounds their little nerves and cushions them When tthey are scrawny those hurt atare every p ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them frSEnd for free sample Be sure that this picture the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy Scott fr Bowne Chemists 409i4IS Ftart Street Jlitv York and MentalStrain Affected Gen oral Health Doctors Doses WeaK enecl Stomach Dr Miles Prier vine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares anti anxieties of the sick room Read the following I have always been healthy with the ex ception ofa touch of rheumatism since my aje came on up to the time of my husbands last illness some years ago assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months nc departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness m trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time I began Miles Restorative Nervine and TonicIwas about the house I continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened by experience of other our daughter haying used Restorative Nervine with splendid results in a case of para ysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntiPain Tills ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use I know of a number helpedinalargeCOFFMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind streets Captain W G Simpson Workers Mrs Clinton Lookhart Mrs Bowen Henry Miss Alma Eals Miss Edna Bridges Miss Henrietta Eals Miss Eloise Booe Miss Stella Netherton Miss Alice Wells Mrs R 11 Coblin Miss Belle Giltner Archie Smither Western Purr Wiley C Marshall Miss Fanny Eals and Miss Corune HenrySixth District East from High street including East Main and Holmes streets Captain H C McKee Workers L B Marshall Gray McLean John Payton Frank Hewitt John W Gayle Miss Mary Harrison Miss Cor delia Kendall Miss Fannie Crit tenden FORMER CITIZEN WINS PRIZE Mr Chas R Posey brother of Mr W H Posey of this city is State Agent of a big insurance company in Memphis Tenn who offered a prize for the best managed agency of tho com pany The prize was 8000 in cash Mr Posey was an nounced as tho winner last week This speaks well for his energy and capacity as a business man Mr Posey formerly lived here and practiced law removing from this city to Jackson Penn LEXINGTON AND VERSAILLES INTER URBAN LINE The now interurban line from Lexington tjo Versailles was for mally opened for business on Mon day morning when a car full of people left Lexington to attend court day in Versailles This gives us additional hope that the Frankfort und Versailles line will bo built this spring and summer It will be a paying investment from the start DAGOES WILL HAVE TO PONY UP In the quarterly court of Judge r H Polsyrove on Monday last the ease of the Capital Construe tion Co against a lot of Dagoes who wore attempting to jump tho bounty on the claim of the company of f 1720 each for rail road fares from Now York City tho Judge awarded judgment in favorof tho Construction Co and the gang will have to pay up- Right i 111 OF INTEREST TO RELATIVES HERE Wo take tho following clipping from a Cincinnati paper of rceenl late Major Eo W Hawkins is tIll only remaining nnelo of llis Mildred Hawkins of this county ho being a brother of tIll late 1r1 Russell Rawlins Maj E W JJuwkiiis not only the oldest practicing attorney in Kentucky hut the oldest resident of Newport was the recipient Inesllllyof a letup which hums connected with it a remarkable history The Major who is now 02 years of ago and continues to practice law when a youth of 1C was traveling on horseback over the mountains from the old home in Virginia to reach Port William now Carrollton at the mouth of tho Kentucky river and stopped off at n wayside tavern near White Sulphur Springs Here another youth en route for the south also stopped over night The follow ing morning both left for Guyan dotte on the Ohio river where they disposed of their horses and boarded the first boat either had ever seen They became com panions while en route and upon reaching Port William the young man whoso name was Hawkins Martin EdmundI New Orleans This was 72 years ago and no word of the whereabouts of his newmade friend had ever reached him until today In search of data in aid of the bill to be pre sented to Congress for damages to property during the Revolutionary war the major has written to every Hawkins of Virginia that ho could possibly locate One of the letters came into possession of Dr Joseph Martin a prominent surgeon of New Orleans and grandson of Edmund Hawkins Martin who writes interestingly of the majors old friend who died about two years ago Information contained in the letter is of the greatest value to Mr Hawkins in the preparation of his petition A near relative who was a briga dier general in the war of 1812 contributed his vast fortune to aid the American cause leaving his family almost penniless The bill which is in the hands of Senator Foraker petitions Con gress for 50000 as a part recom pense for the loss sustained by family and relatives In securing data many letters of interest com ing from revolutionary stock in Old Virginia reached Maj Haw kins He remembers distinctly Old 75 which was the name of the boat which carried them from Guyandotte to Port William IF YOU TRY Father Williams Indian Herb Ten or Herb Tablets and do not find them the best medicine you ever used for Constipation Torpid Liver Sick Kidneys Sour Stomach Sic Heartache Neuralgia Dyspepsia Indigestion Malaria Dizziness and Had Breath wo will refund tho money They work tiny nnd night and you got up in the morning feeling like a now person Try them 20 cents Ten or Tablets For sale by Frankfort Drug Co COMMISSION TO REVISE PUBLIC PRINTING LAWS Lt Gov W P Thome has ap pointed Senators Harbeson Newman and Charlton as the Senate members of the Commission to revise the laws in regard to the Miblic printing Speaker Henry R Lawrence has appointed Representatives Head Arnett and Southall as tho House members of the Commission They will report to the next Legislature Mothers everywhere praisu Ono Minute Cough Cure for tho suffer ings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has waved A curtain cure for coughs croup and whooping cough Makes hi thing easy cuts out phlogin and haws out tho inflammation Jt should bo kept on hand for immediate use Sold by J W Gayle 81f genuineLaxative the romody that curvet a cold IB me day r Pleasant to takei Laxative r Syrup tJ NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits ant their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as trey bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n mineruio 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 of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc v J Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches 1 Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches ttJ FRANK G STAGG 1 Hardware Paints Oils Etch Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer The fSourDRISCOLLI216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky iDI Cailys Condit run Ioirtiero are just what n horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier vermifuge They are not food 141 medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComnte Gayl- eillinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 040 in Arrives 745 u in Now Orleans Special No Leaves ii01 p m Arrives 5r p in No Local Mall No r a in Arrive 4251 in rClilt Paducah and lutermtdlate- points Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hogorwillu 1Jill Hopklnsvlllo no Sunday service to Elizabethtown an Hodgen villo Stops at ell ututlons NO Accommodation No Leaves p m Ar ives 965 a m For Central Connecting service to ITodKenville and Hlizabethtown except on Sundays at uU ItattonH f3tol Trains Run Daily 1 ii1iill r soutnern Hallway t Shortest and Fastest Lines from JiLexington and Louisville TO f St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 510 a in Lou isville S00 a in Arrive St Louis 012 p Currying vostihulod coaches and CafoObHorvation Parlor CarMealsa changeLeaveisville 1015 p in Arrivo St Louis 782 a m Carrying Free RnoUuiag Chair Cars and Pullman Sleeper throu u t without change Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave od zLoA i WATCHES ALL OVEK Trlfcl WORLD W4YQlYtYMriWYJWwYMN1l1Al Gases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or W NYrY IWYHNayNW 230 St Clair S reel IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD tj Written tor the Roundabout FOR THE TEACHERSTIJESDAY move along very smoothly nn the children assume airs of angels Lambs at play could not bo so evenly disposed and the art of teaching appears to be one if not the most desired vocations a person could choose to follow If it is winter weather at least cold weather even the fire burns with added brightness and the room seems to be heated with less diffi culty than on tho yesterday If the instructor has on a pretty col ored waist and becomingly arranged hair she will have a hung dred points added in favor of in creased respect in her own estima tion and two hundred in the eyes of the children If the teacher is masculine ho must see to the little details of dress regarding his collar cravat and shoes These small conse quences are worth untold value to the possessor of tact and neatness both of which in all seriousness should by all means become habitualTaking up the regular textbook recitationsin an ungraded coun try school means work To arrange classes to specify lessons And supplement a regular amount of duty to the individual child re 1quires legal arbitration and an extra amount of common sense and judgment commensurate with the iccasion It appears impossible STRONG Againis StovallofTiltonGa IIsaid after taking Kodol Dyspepsia k Cure Hundreds of other weak women art being re stored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take it Indigestloncausel nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to rhWomen suffer weaken and become diseased IClnables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour 1risingsbelchingheartburnand all stomach disorders t Digests What You Eat DolUrtottUholltl Pr paral it the tlmssaamaehStho torrotEODiWIU trial er cent ill I UBA For sale by J W Gaylo 1i1jy rJIf JllIhidYRrd 4 w 5 PEEPING A GOOD O1ATGH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you I one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will i obey them Only standard and reliable movements j find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers 1M Reliable Jeweler A SELBERT isft 111Kodol even if it is Tuesday to give every one of the 45or GO youngsters that especial attention which ho oxpectsI in looking over jthe papers at night it is fre orIlnryB Cs Up to noon recess the studies take wings and literally fly Even the passing of tho waterbuckot has not occupied so much time and the children have not spilled the water in drinking as is almost always the case and when tho hour arrives to dismiss at 12 oclock the result is wonder fully apparent and the fooling is ono of satisfaction It is a wise conclusion in the afternoon to mingle a pronounced effort at patriotic endeavor Se lect some one to relate the recent efforts of heroic patriotism either coming under his own observation or of newspaper fact To direct attention to the many convoca tions of educational research and to what awakening our own he loved Commonwealth is aspiring Some writer has honestly said There is no true love of race till you love your own land just as there is no charity in the wise sense of the word till you have genuine love for those of your own family For what else are wo set in families and in nations And how is it that wo have any num ber of people vaguely longing to work for humanity and sentimentalizing about the masses in the humanitarian cant of the day and the mere handful of men and women ready to make their own homes the heaven on earth that homo ought to bennd might be It is because wo all want to begin at the wrong end to launch out on the great undertakings before we have heen faithful to the smaller duties Because we mistook the meaning of sacrifice and chooso our own way even inI that and hunger for the and the striking and the tinnIlyI picturesque but are very sacrifice ourselves for to us or for a cause which isnkinI attractive or for a unit instead of a vague multitude This is a great lesson to incul cute on Tuesday afternoon The diving attribute of cultured polite ness the exquisite gift of rover enco for older folks and the in nato output of a studied patriotic oxerciso beginning at homo worked out in school followed through life crud ending only in heath Such stuff as dreams arc mado of will como daily to bo woven in the woof call warp of every teachers character To sow a thought What a wonderful sowing a thought It seems so small an undertaking and yot its design and destiny on this eventful day signifies eter nityYou como up out of a thought J q1 r through overy undertaking It is tho driving wheel so to speak in the machinery of brain power mnsIterbuilderYour materials children flesh and blood brain corpuscles heart dynamics soul soulclean ing in His name Reaping an act almost instantly the account begins Speak to an echo and the same language is repeated word for word Here in can he laid tho Golden Rule foundation Whatsoever ye would that men should do to OUI do ye even so unto them tho child can readily comply with tho requirements of the act Sow an act and reap a habit Oh is this the outcome Tis and the habit is so quickly formed that even a promise made to break an evil one will hardly ever be kept Teach the children the wise habit of correct carriage and punctual promptings Early hours and the practical use of the five sensesespecially of pleasant attention when one is conversing Tuesday afternoon is a good time to commence a habit calendar Sow a habit and reap a character Herein lies the benefit of the thought evolution What you can accomplish what can be done to the being formed under your care and teaching Here you my sister teachers have been worrying about small wages short terms and idle after maths when the gentle teacher Christ Himself who sent you on tho journey had small reward Take up the work for the day with firmer resolve Be true to your selves be honest with the chil dren and once sure of Gods will wo need not trouble about the rest N S COX STARVING TO DEATH Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0 was literally starving to death Sho writes My stomach wills so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep gad not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and a complete euro followed II Host health tonic on earth fine Guaranteed hy all druggists CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic eon ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn Tho poor patient and tho rich patient too can do much bettor at homo b proper attention to food dlgestiOli- nnd a regular use of Gorman Syrup Free expectoration in tho morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest anti tho coughIlndless nights and tho exhaustion tike dungl1rIGorman Syrup literally und regularly Should you bo able to go L warmer clinic you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn tho few who are benefited und regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottlo nc regular size 75c At all drug gists yr 1r 1 coos Plants Ylilos For the Spring of lOOn tho BLUt GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky OrnamentalIparagus etc Wo employ no agents onapIMPORTANTI CHANGE Louisvillo HpndofSOnJ and St Louis Railway HENDERSON ROUTE m On and after April 1906 all trains of this Company will arrive at and depart 10th Street Station fromII and Broadway from Seventh Street LouIisvilleL J IRWINIGeneral Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats fly Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamers of Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat 0 after arrival omorning trains Returning arrive Week Day p otSUntlays9oot Fare to Detroit 7jc round trip St2 Excursions to Detroit and return Week Days Sundays 75C Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 200 meals and berth extra Special Rater to Societies Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for lluffalo the Sou Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write TrMgrIVH00LOENOFEA f J 1 WAXTEDDistrict Managers to post signs advertise and distribute perlaypresent employment IDEAL SHEAR CO 89 Randolph St Chicago 2G4m TrustyTrusses We have for a long time made a specialty of trusses We have an immense stock completeinof a truss can in justice to himself afford to overlook it or to deny himself the expe rience in fitting that we have gained through many 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 W1 GAYLE 1 Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky loridaNew Orleans ICuba reached comfort viarQUEEN iCRESCEHI ROUTEAND J SOUTHERN ffift 1 THREE TRAINS A DAYS Chicago Florida Special In Service January Solid Pullman Train Leave CINCINNATI 080 P M LEXINGTON 1140 P DANVILLE 1210 M flintier and Observation tars tor Jack louvllio and St Augustine via Ctmtanooca and Atlanta Florida Limited TrainLeavo 83O LEXINGTON 1033 DANVILLE 1150 Pay Coaches Pullman Sleepers User vatlon and Dlnlne Cars for Jacks ivllle St turn tlnShrrcllortnlll Sl rleana vkiChattanoogaAtlautaandUlrni Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan vllio to Sow via Chattanooga and lHrmln liin also through Pullman andSavannahWinter tourist tickets now on MIa at reduced rates Fur Information apply Chas W Sell P Cincinnati ti UIIItETT t OeaVsrlpalrC1 s s I6 ATTENTION FARMERS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVE D OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded tlFencesn No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Everyrod of fence is made 1 of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Write or Call 4 for Catalogue Sold only by J Buggy RugsHardware Merchants t of All Kinds 307309 MainSfc 4 t MARRIED WRIGHT WIGGINTON I11 Elmville on Wednesday Mr Ed ward C Wright of Stamping Ground and Miss Kate Wiggin ton of Elmville were married SUTERTAYLORIn this city r on Thursday Mr W B Suter of Indianapolis Ind and Miss Sallie Taylor of this county were married by Rev J K P South AUNT KATE DUDLEY DEAD A well known colored woman formerly a resident of this city and a slave of the late Mr Law rence Tobin died in Midway 01 Wednesday last She was 100 r years of age and was formerly u very stout strong and capable servant a COURT OF APPEALS ADJOURNED The January term of the Court of Appeals closed on Thursday last and court adjourned until court in course which will begin on Monday April 0 This court has rendered a large number of opinions in the last few weeks FORMER CITIZEN DEAD News has been received here of the death of Mr W L Copper smith of Oweusboro hut formerl3 of this city at a health resortii Texas where he had gone in hopes of recuperating Mr smith had a jewelry establishment- on St Clair street and was also keeper of the city clock when he resided here- LETTER BOXES PAINTED Postmaster Geo L Barnes has had all the letter boxes in the city painted a deep green Several persons who had not noticed the fact had their clothing to turn green on them on Wednesday The following section of the postal laws is given for the in 0formation of all concerned Every person who willfully and maliciously injures tears down or- destroys any letter box pillar box or othe receptacle established by theIor every offense be punished by a fine of j not less than one hundred dollars and not more than one thousand r or by imprisonment for not less than one year and not more than three LATEST STYLES lH WALL PAPER I have a full line of nil the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEFORD Stain Street Opposite Engine House 28tf Dr W arer Treatment trnppuiflHib bIoo4 Cir HU li ak1au BIRTHS MARKS In this city on Tues day to Mr H J Marrs and wife a laughter TURKEY THIEF A man by the name of John Wilbur who has been living nea Jetts Station went to the residence of Mr L C Stafford on Fridaynight and caught a big turkey killed it and took it home In the excitement he forgot tha the snow was on the ground Saturday morning Mr Stafford ant Mr Hugh Cromwell tracked him to his home and arrested him He acknowledged his guilt but claimed to be sick and asked the gentlemen not to make him como out in the had weather But these gentlemen brought him to town and lodged him in jail The good people of the neigh borhood have been missing fowl for some time and think that they have the right party now The offense is punishable by con finement in theprison The turkey weighed about 35 pounds Later Wilbur was held over to the April grand jury ADOPTS CONFERENCE REPORT AND ADJOURNS Aft r a stiff fight of two weeks over the tax on rectifiers the Legislature adopted the report of the conference committee assessing a gallon tax of one and onefourth cents upon each wine gallon pro duced on Monday and adjourned sine die at G oclock that after noonNow we will see whether these gentlemen who made such load protest against assessment of that tax declaring that it would ruin their business and threatening to leave the State if it was imposed will carry out their threat The sum fixed is so little less than that contended for by the straight whisky men that surely it will enable them to pay it and still do business that is if their assertions were true which they were not ACCIDENTALLY HURT While at work at the American Creosote Works New Orleans La Mr E Church Tinsley was so unfortunate as to bo struck by a cable which broke as ho was passing in tho stomach knock ing him senseless and bruising and lacerating his body and arms Surgicalattention was at once rendered and Mr Tinsloy was doing as well as could bo expected O jOL VO H IA- Bwi tb rdlZ j I DEATHS TAYLORAt the residence of her grandson Prof J Boyd Scearce on Tuesday Mrs Eliza beth Taylor aged 88 years Iron a stroke of apoplexy Mrs Taylor was a lady of the old school modest intelligent and lovinga devout Christian The remains were taken to Bag dmlon Thursday where the funeral and interment took place READ THE AD In another place will bo fount the advertisement of the big bank rupt sale at the Bazaar Store 812 Main street The large stook of goons is being rapidly sold off am if you wish rare bargains now the time to get them You will have to be in a hurry to got the best TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County Ky recommend to the public Smiths Agriculture Liniment nt nn excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Backache Strains Old Sores Poisonous Bites Sore ness through the Lungs Sort Throat Diphtheria and the like having used it in my family for yearsYours very truly 228m R C HIEATT Sheriff NEW TRAINS ON SOUTHER RAILWAY Effective Sunday February 25th the Southern Railway will In service two additional trains In each direction between Danville and Lawrenceburg 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 arrivn at Danville at 110 u m und 710 p in connect trainSjletiving880 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 Louisville at 830 p m arriving Harrrods burg at 047 p m Danville at 710 p m and other stations correspondingly earlier The new trains will be accommodation trains making all local stops The train arriving at Danville at 1010 a m will con nect with Q C train No 5 for all local stations on Q C Route south of Danville Those local trains will be in addi tion to the present through trains which are now being operated between Louisville and the Southeast via Lawrenceburg and Danville and should prove n great conveni once to the traveling Trait No1 will leavo Louisville at 750 a in instead of 8 a in and will roach Danville at 1055 a in connecting with Q C Route train No6 also with train No1 The Florida Limited for Florida anti nil 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 limo Chi cago Florida Spool1 from Danville will continue to leave Louis ville at 745 p m This New Train Service should prove of groat convenience to people of Danville HarrodHburg and other points as it will enable them to do their shopping in Louisville iiid return home tho same day und it is thought that this will have the effect of causing shoppers to go to Louisville instead of Cincinnati oDd other points 27lm j Io Ic It jJI1i 1000000 Shingles f FROM 200 to 400 per Thousand A- THammond CosSPECIAL RATES Via F C Ry PanAmerican Conference Now Orleans La April 8 and 4 20 9C round trip- Confederate Veterans Reunion Now Orleans La April 27 28 and 29 Fare 1045 round trip For full particulars apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent 80td rTHE BEST SAFEGUARD The best safeguard against headache constipation and liver troubles is DeWitts Little Early Risers Keep a vial of these famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bed time whoa you feel that the stomach and bowels neod cleansing They dont gripe Sold by J W Gaylo ANNOUNCEMENTSILLINOIS The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates tho best of trains with Dining Cars BuffetLibrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of New Orleans The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts of the South including New Orle ans Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mardi Gras at New Orleans February 27 00 Gulfport is a Mexican Gulf Coast resort having the now flneI Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from Now Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matte r in regard to the aboveHavana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via tho Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and the new ocean liner twinscrew nine teenknotS Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and AtlantaMexico California Special Tours of Mnxioo and Call fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans und r the auspices of Raymond Whifoomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 23d for Mexico and Call brain the last to include stopover at New Orleans for the Mardi Grus Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining oar service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Exour Ll1l t J tifcid lions to California Excursion oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Or leans and the Southern Route every Friday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above can be bad of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin untie F W HARLOW D P A Louis ville JOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis A H HANSON P T Chicago S G HATCH G P A 10tAl Chicago Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect February 11006sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest u 009 A M and 614 P M Dally For Washington Baltimore Philadel plus New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 P M Daily 23lyr Get acquainted with i SMITHSSiqif SMITHS MAGAZINEtand you are strangers we willsend you the magazine three months free that you may get acquainted q SMITHS is the biggest illus trated magazine in the wcrld170 pages of reading matter and pic c tunes the same size page as the big standardmagazines like Harpers and CenturytC SMITHS is made up of the best of everything best stories that can be obtained best illustra tions that clever artists can draw and the best special articles written tby writers who now their subject thoroughly and write as entertain ingly as they ore instructive q SMITHS also prints every month a score or more pretty portraits in colon of beautiful women Taken oil in all there is no better magazine than SMITHS in fact none nearly as toodDO menu what the cost Write today A postal will do Address Dept F Smiths Magazine OS Seventh Avenue New York City 1 Flyer Prices on Friday end Saturday Ifa Below we quoto a few of our regular Ilecordbreukini prices Come J Saturdays Remnants onehalf priceandSOP for yourself Ic for one Paper Hair Pins 5f for six nice Mat Pius Ic for Card Hooks and Eyes 15c for best Talcum Powder Ginghams Penangs and Cotton SUltIngs2c for one Roll Tape oc for Wash Rags for a Paper Pins lOc for Dress Shields 4c for bolt Feather Stitched Braid lOc for Taffeta Ribbons 4c for one dozen Safety Pins 49c for Corsets worth U to 125 Flyer Prices mean that on Flyer Days we lie for Good Hair Brushes 50c for new Silks 1 for Box of Hair Pins 5c for hest Calico 10 per cent off for Cash on Flyer G4ca card for Pearl Buttons 3c for Laces and Embroideries j 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton 5c for Apron Gingham I S 131 JOHNSON COJS- y 1 t r LETTER LIST The following is n list of adver- tisedJ s letters for the wok ending rllarch 31 1906 Bedford B T Brown Brobe IBurohel Dr J R Butler Miss Pearl Demi Harry 2 Doss Lee- DeLong Walter 3 Graves Miss Annie Gross Jackson Gnarrott Jnke Hopkins Miss O H Jouett Ed Ring J L Leo Mrs Jessie Long Arthur StMiller Eddie Norris Miss Roberto StephenRamsey I Robinson Riohy Robson Co DISmith Hen- Strange Miss Icia Todd Mrs Rosa Burwell Triman Miss Luly Wehle Wallace TYorlen Mrs Florence Persons calling for the above let advertisedfG L BARNES P M JUDGE JOHN M HARLAN TO RETIRE It is rumored that Judge John a 1t1 Harlan of the U S Supreme Court is to retire from the bench and winssist in raising funds for building a splendid new Pres byterian Church in Washington City Bad Stomach MakesBad You can not make sweet butter In a foul unclean churn The stomach serves 1 AS a churn in which to agitate work up beinqdigested sluggishliverThe Ingredients of Dr Plerces Golden Medical Discovery are just such as best servo to correct and cure all such de rangements It is made up without a drop of alcohol in its composition chem ically triple rofined being used instead of the commonly employed alcohol Now this glycerine is of Itself a valuable medIcIne Instead of n dnlntnrf ous agent like alcohol especially in the cure of weak stomach and tho FInleyElllnwoodCollege Chicago says of it In dyspepsia It serves an excellent purpose It Is ono of the best manufact ured products of tho present tlmo In Its action upon enfeebled disordered aspeelally It there Is ulceration or catarrhal gastritis catarrhal Inflammation of stomach Ii GlycerineJllt chronic Intestinal dyspepsia especially the flatulent variety and In certain forms of constipation stimulating the secre Jchronic excrotory functions of tho Intestinal proportIonsBlack Cherryhark Queens root Blood root and Mali root or the extracts of these as In Dr Plercos Golden Medical Discovery there can be no doubt of Its reat cflicacy In the cure of all stomach liver and intestinal disorders and derange ments These several ingredients havo the strongest endorsement in all such cases of such eminent medical leaders as Prof It Bartholow D of Jefferson Med ical College Chicago Prof Ilolmrt A hare- M D Medical Department University of Pa lrof Laurence Johnson I Medical Department University of Now Edwin Hale D Hahnomann liedlcal ColletroChlcairo Prof John Scudder D and Prof John KInK D Authors of tho American DlsllonsBtorYtBod scores of others among the mon of our land Who can doubt tho curative virtues of a medicine the Ingredients of which have such a profession endorsement Constipation cured by Doctor Piorcos Pellets One or two a dose I l RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURUHRev A B Chiuu the rector will preach at 11 a in and 730 p Lenten services at 4 oclock p m on Monday Tuesday and Saturday wedInesdnyTie public cordially invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Sundayschool at 945 u mIthe chapel Baraua Class at 945 a m pastorBaptist Peoples Union at 645 p m in the chape- lLeaderM E Butler Topic Bible Occurrences in the Spring Time- Prayermeeting on Wednesday nl chapelVisitorsfree CHRISTIAN CHURCH Kov C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in Endeavor Society meets atchapelPrayermeeting even in chapelThe Tues day afternoon at 3 oulook Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BlayueyD780 p m- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting at 730 p in Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 730 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m Epwurth League at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pustor730 oclock p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 630 p m Prayermooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend WILD GEESE AND WILD DUCKS On Monday night while tho rain was coming down in torrents a flock of wild geose who were flying over the city became bewildered by tho electric lights and somo of thom alighted on the South Side and remained until tho lights went out just about daylight They honkhonked pretty lively for a while There have also been a groat many wild ducks on the creeks and river lately affording nice sport for hunters iL DID YOU KNOW Father Williams Indian Tea gathered in the Rocky Mountains acts directly on tne Mucous Mem brane purifies the blood and cleanses the entire system of tho microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers bf these troubles we recommend it believing a course of Father Williams Medicine will produce better results than any other in the market Tea or tablet form 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co I FRANKLIN COUNTYS NEXT- REPRESENTATIVE Editor Roundabout Franklin county will have many and important interests that will claim the attention of the next General Assembly and the people who are really interested in the welfare of the city and county should carefully consider before committing themselves as to the person who shall represent them in that body It will be conceded by every one familiar with the legislation of the last four years and especially that legislation directly affecting the interests of the city of Frankfort that Col E H Taylor was an important factor and that the appro priations made by the Legislature for the building of a new capitol were due almost entirely to his AVegetablePreparationforAs similatiiig Tood ting theSlnmechs lsof EromotesT5i estionChEeiFul ticss and BestContafns neither OplUm forphln nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC r1III1JUSIN1lDJJ1CJ1U J4tuI Aperteetfemedy forConstipa Worms Convulsions Feverish ness Loss OF SLEEP Utt Simile Signature of NEW YORK efforts anti to the influence he wielded in both branches of the General Assembly While it is true that the appro priations have been made con tracts let and the buildings are in course of construction the people should know that many perplexing and important details of construc tion will claim the attention of the incoming Legislature and that it is more important now than at any time in the history of the county that we should have an efficient and influential member to take care of and watch our inter estsIt is not known whether Col Taylor would again consent to stand as a candidate Every cit zen of Frankfort knows his large business interests and how much he has sacrificed in the past for the city and county and how much he would sacrifice if he woulJ again consent to be our Representa tive But his many friends know his love for Frankfort and herling people are desirous that he should make the sacrifice and announce his candidacy Will he consent GRATITUDE eYd OASrORABean theItoSignature Iof CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof TheKind You Have Always Boug- htCASIORIA NW r w wW TO CURE A FELON Phillipsburgwith Bucklcns Arnica Salve and the salve will do the rest Quick est cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore i Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o at all druggists Guaranteed BRIDGE WASHED AWAY The high water of Tuesday night washed away the bridge over Elk horn creek on the Frankfort and Stamping Ground pike paWitttt RisersLittle Early The famous little pills Eggs Eggs Eggs Van DresserBlanchard S U W Leghorns The Kind that Lay the Year RoundIEggs for Hatching 100 for 15 DGLANTOI- 30tJl Frankfort Ky ASK FORT E M When you want the Best Flour It Best in Color isIBest in Flavor Best in Nutrition And it wont fail you in a pinch Sold Only by Grocers We also handle meal and feed Alltorders promptly filled THE J E lL MILLING Co Frankfort Ky New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST 1inlrtsSunday May The new trains a m daily The evening trains to same polnta 1010 m dally Double daily service Throughsleeping car service for SanFran sco tickets now on sale For further information call on or address U GMATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo It lil HARVIELAND Farmers are glad to POP sonic appearance of spring as we have had so much bad weather There are not many on the sick list Among those are Miss Pearl Chism Mr Leonard Marshall and Mr Lawrence lumina There will he services at Pleas ant Ridge Baptist Church the first Saturday and Sunday Rev Stevenson of Georgetown will preach Everybody invited to attend Mr Elbert Smith and family are spending a few days with Mrs Smiths parents this week Miss Maggie Smith and Miss Hattie Lewis spent Sunday last with Miss Stella Semones Vo are very glad to hear that Mr Claude Duvall of Frankfort who was stricken with a paraletic improvingMr Lockhart Lee spent Sunday with his brother on Stonoy Creek Mr Cleveland Smith who was bitten by a dog is improving Mr Homer Quarles and Mr Herbert Smith of Swallowfield made a business call on Stoney Creek Sunday evening Look out boys new comers will knock- somebodys props Mrs Nettie Clark is spending a few days with her sister Mrs j Cora Chism Mr Columbus Chism has moved to his new home recently pur chased of Mr Robert Lewis Mrs Mary Moore is visiting her sister Mrs Dennis Thurman OLD BACHELOR GET THE FIGHT Iii cD- z If you are troubled with Piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hael Salvo but lio sure you set that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It is the original If you have used Witch Hazel Salvo without being relieved it is prob able that you got hold of one of tho many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by J W Gayle A NOTABLE ATTRACTION Before and After Comes to Capital Theatre Wednes r day April 4 A night of laughter unconfined is to be inaugurated at the Cap ital Theatre Wednesday April 4 when local theatregoers will be entertained there by that greatest laughing success of the present New York season Leo Deitrich steins latest and seemingly great est farce hit Before and After which comes here almost direct from its four months triumph run at Mrs Fiskes Manhattan Theatre in the metropolis From all accounts this jolly play is the cleverest and most novas of all the mirthprovoking plays that have been given to tho American stage by this author of 1 All on Account of Eliza Viv ians Papas Harriets Honeymoon und Are You a Mason I It is said to be in spite of its ludicrous plot a cleancut und highclass farce full of logically uniquetRobert Hunter is said to have F given it such a notably fashionable setting wellgowned and dressed that it bids fair to bo the 1best typo of true modern farce that it is claimed to be It is cer j tainy interpreted by an unusually wellbalanced and expert cast of wellknown and delightful far ceurs tho brilliant coterie of play f ers embracing such favorites as Fritz Williams Geo C Boniface Jr Leo Deitrichstein himself t Katherine Florence Georgie Law rence Konyon Bishop Minetto Barrett Jean Nowcombe John Flood and John Duly Murphy The frankly nonsensical plot of this hilarious offering concerns i the mysterious and marVelous joy f producing properties of a new Elixir of Happiness which has i i 312 Main St 312 Main St THE BAZAAR BANKRUPT SALE Follow the Crowds to the Bazaar Bankrupt Sale Where you can buy Underwear Notions Hosiery Chinaware Neckwear Ladies and Gents Furnishings Jewelry Silverware Crockeryware Dolls and Toys and many other goods too numerous to mention for less than Half Price Read the Low Bankrupt Prices Carefully Ladies and Childrens1 FnstMens Fleecedlined find Ribbed Silver Plated Tea Spoons worth All over the touse 19erapt AT BANKRUPT PRICESonspricelined C One lot of P 19c35cLadies Heavy Fleeced Under OOC 75wearMens FourinHand Ties 2535eLadies and Childrens Golf Silver Knives and Forks triple One big lot of Jardiniers Vine and WutCr Sets wortl- hankbankruptcpi da1 50 By order of the Court I am authorized to sell the Goods at those Prices Hundreds of other Good Things too numerous to mention just as Cheap Entire Stock must be sold at once UASKELLotherMANAGER OF THE BAZAAR BANKRUPT SALEI been invented by one Dr Latham and named by him Sunny Jim Dr Page Fritz Williams scoffs at the claims made for this thera peutical wonder and Dr Latham surreptitiously introduces some of the powders into the skeptical physicians drink The results surpass oven the inventors dreams and cause so much mischief that it almost wrecks the home of Dr Page and involves a whole cluster of people in the most ludicrous complications and exciting adven tures Quite innocently in his neWhorn Sunny Tim intoxication Dr Page kisses the wife ofn fes tive but irascible Frenchman Colonel Larivette Leo Deitrich stein and is threatened with a duel or what is worse the retali byImeets as his wife and trouble becomes deeper and confusion worse confounded In the end the mischiefmaking Dr Latham who is both the Mephisto and the bringsIbody with secret potions of Sun ny Jim just at the right time The situations are declared to bo among tho most ingeniously original and sidesplittingly uproari ous that Mr Deitrichstein or any other modern farcewriter for that matter has evolved for footlight mirth Each member of the cast is said to have a distinctly elab orated character creation in this pieceInndunique impersonations among them being Kenyon Bishops portrayal of the oxactress find Geo Bonifaces impersonation of the Jeffreys whoso namo sounds so hisIAdvance sale of seats opens at Barretts Monday April 2 Prices Entire lower floor 150 two rows balcony balance balcony 50 cents gallery 25 cents Ij l iJ Free Free 500 BOXES Father Williams Indian Tea ANDIFather Williams Indian llerb Tablets t The new Liver and Kidney Cure to be given away on Saturday March 31 by I unkfort Drug Co the enterprising druggists of Frankfort Ky Torpid Liver Billiousness Constipation Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Headache Back Ache and all Diseases of the Liver and Kidneys are quickly relieved and 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