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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTJ IlGEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEHAIS 100 In Advance If Z YOL XXIXtFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APR 7 19Ca NO 31 3 Attractive Oxfords i Thiee styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here for women These three selected because they are especially new and charming t Laird Schober Co Ribbon Tie 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 iiY t The New Pump f In four leathers Black gun metal calf and black ooze calf 400 pat ent colt skin and blue suede at 500 Pumps met with great favor l last season on account of the attractive appearance they give the footq and the ease with which they are put on Our Pump this season does not slip at the heel tfIi 350 Patent Jolt Oxford r One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces f both with flexible turn soles and medium heels Z fi R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY iiv = REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS FOR ARPIL The following assignments of In ternal revenue olllcers for the month of April have been made by Collectors J Roberts Stoll Co Lexington John ri T Gunn day Ih Lusby addi fe tional and bottling Z Pholps meal room W T Sellers night A G Leonard and H S Foreman t gaugers 2 Kentucky River Distillery dayRHenryKnsh additional L R Diggs meal room L W Taylor night t A V Combs and F D Clark k gangers 3 H E Pogue Distillery Co l Maysville Oscar Grigsby tiny J R Dagley additional and bottling W G Cook meal room F C Van t Hooso night H G Holliday gauger7S A Gaines Co Frankfortr J L Cox day L H Finnell it additional D E Reid meal room S A Powell additional J G Barnett additional G 11 Scoarco bottling A F VanHoose night H T Gaines J E Hanrahan and W M Sailoll gaugers LexingtonWadditional and bottling CHMor gan additional D C Berryman gauger 0 Poyntz Bros Co Maysville Frank Hurting day P S Rule additional P D Wells additional H S Bell ganger 9 S J Greonbaum Midway Ky H S Sinclair lay R H Devon port additional G P McCann additional P P Parish bottling W T Crosthwait ganger 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kisor tonN A Moore lay E D Grant additional B E Smith additional J D Shy night W gaugerkFrankfort H dirkiG G White Co ParisJ M Walker day C T Throokmorton additional D C Berryman ganger 17 Old Molirnyor Distillery Co Mt SterlingJ J Koarns day C H Wickliffo additional and bottling H S Foreman ganger 24 J H Rogers Co Maysvillo J S Walingford day W C Slye additional and bottling H S Bell gauge 32 E M Babbitt VorsaillosE Craig day J T Berry additional and bottling S D Pinkerton ganger 33 George Baker Frankfort U G Carey day E B Davis meal a room Adolph Wells night D B Waloutt gauger 87 John Cochran Co Frank fortWeB Anderson day I T West meal room J G Brawnor tq Jr 1 tt t fo J t additionnal James Trumbo adrli tional D B Walcutt gauger 46 J E Popper Co Yarnall tonE F Darnaby day T E bottlingT77 Paris Distilling Co ParlsJ P Hntchcraft day C L Hough additional J M Russell additional D Harp bottling D C Berryman gauger 01 J t J M Saffell Frankfort Amofl Grifllth lay A W Nazor additional and bottling F D Clark gaugor 0J W Bashford Frankfort A Logan lay J M Fraley addi tional H T Gaines ganger 105 Haynes Trundle Stamping GroundS P Willis day W R Dudley additional John Stephan ski gauger KiO W A Gaines Co Frank fortL L Lemaster day G T Montjoy additional W P Bacon additional H C Everett addi tional R H Whittington fichU tional B F Fannin meal room J M Tanner bottling R B Wood ford night T L McConnoll F G Sparks and J M Burbridge gaugers 113 G T Stagg Co Frankfort B MoElroy lay G A Bonton additional W H Sneed bottling J H Smoot night C K Wiard gauger 337 S L Reed White OakJ- AI Patrick 8torokeep r auger 840 Robert Fulton CulverB F Thornborry storekeeperganger 848 D O Williams BlaineC L Osborn storekeeperganger 847 Garvin Bros Limestone E W Lane storekeeperganger 348 Sparks Conn Gimlet J P Blair storekeeperganger 840 Ellington Johnson Lime stoneJ O Holbrook storekeeper ganger 850 Eastern Kentucky Distillery Co Webbville Rolla Fannin storekeeperganger Lexington Public Warehouse Co Lexington A B Piper and J R Sams storekeepergaugers General StorekeeperGanger F Elkin Lexington Lexington Rectifying Houses Stoll Co J E Pepper Co R S Htrador Son The W J Smith gaugorFrankfort J P Williams H 11 Gaines gaugor O4STORIABeara thetheSignature fof ASTORIAFor Infants and Children TtUind You Have Always Bought GBi 101 h H If il n DAYS OF DIZZINESS Come to Hundreds of Frankfort People There are lays of dizziness Spells of headache sideaoho backache painsOftenAll tell you plainly the kidneys are sick Downs Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills Hero is proof in Frankfort L G Chnate proprietor of the Frankfort Planing Mill residing at 420 St Clair St says In almost constant misery during the day and restless and sleepless at night from the dull aching across the small of my back gnu through the kidneys expresses my condition for some years I also suffered a great deal from headaches and spells of dizzi ness and often when I arose I was almost blind for a time There was a difllonlty with tho kidney secretions which very frequently wore very annoying and distress ing I doctored and used lots of medicine obtaining little or no benefit until Doans Kidney Pills were so persistently recommended to mo by a friend that I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box strongerItrouble with the kidney secretions was much relieved As the result of Doans Kidney Pills my condi tion is so much improved that I feel like a now roan For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilbnrn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other- CIRCUIT COURT Time April term of circuit court was called to order by Judge R L Stout on Monday morning The following gentlemen who compose the grand jury were duly charged Thos Rodman Jr foreman Win Quire Cash Morris Scott Browi Richard Ferguson R hScruggs Robt H Wilson Brush McDaniol Z T Thomason Taylor Neal and Louis Mitchell TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County publicSmithsan excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Backache Strains Old Sores Poisonous Bites Soreness through tho Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and the like having used it in my family for yearsYours very truly 223m B C HIEATT Sheriff l Z GRAND OPERA STARS roISING IN LOUISVILLE Some of tho Brilliant Prima Don Inas Ponors Baritones and Bassos With tho Celebrated Savj ago Parsifal and English Grand Opera Co Mr Henry W Savage will bring again to Louisville music lovers a host of glorious voiced songbirds when his celebrated organization appears for its regular season of grand opera in English at Ma canleys Theatre for four perform ances beginning Thursday April 12 Three different Wagner masterpieces are to be given and each will have its special east Tho prima donna forces of any company ever heard in the South were never so promising in the penetrating brilliance of its sopranos and the velvetvoiced beauty of its mezzos land contraltos Among ho many artists to be heard in Louisville will bo tho sil vervoiced Gertrude Rennyson who has scored a series of triumphs in the East in leading dramatic soprano roles dramatic Rita Newman whose thrilling contralto is well known in the South William Wegener whoso magnificent tenor will bo heard in Tannhanser Joseph F Sheehan with his golden high notes for Lohongrfn artistic Winfred Golf whose resonant bari tone will bo in the same cast with Mr Sheehan Arthur Deano for Wolfram and Thomas Richards for another superb baritone role in Tannhauser Margaret Crawford the contralto who has been singing in German opera in Wiesbaden and elsewhere will be heard in the roles of thj vindictive Ortrud and enticing VenusClaude Albright who sang Kun dry in Parsifal last year is a fine throated mezzosoprano of striking dramatic talent will sing tho role of Fricka the godless of wedlock in Wagners The Valkyrie and also the role of Brunhildo in the same symbolic musicdrama Tenor Francis Maclennan the robust tenor in Parsifal of last season Ottley Cranston and Robert Kentarkor bassos also of tho Parsifal company who will ap pear in the leading role of The Valkyrie and Harrison W Bennett the basso cantaiue are also notable addition to the English grand opera whoso rich voices will win many laurels in the roles allotted to them The orchestra of fifty musicians will be under the alternate direc tion of Wagnerian conductor Elliott Schenok the Chevalier N B Emanuel tho Signor Eugene Salva toro a trio of the most capable or chestra conductors in the country The arrangement of performances will be as follows The Vankyrie will open the opera festival on Thursday night April 12 On Fri lay evening Lohengrin will be presented The Valkyrie will be the Saturday matinee bill while Tannhauser will close the sea son Saturday night April 14 The season ticket sale is now open for all mall orders tho reisu Ian sale beginning Monday April 9 Nuke all checks payable to John T Macau ley Manager Maoauleys Theatre sending a selfaddressed stamped envelope to insure prompt return GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian Tea Na taros Remedy is becoming the most use popular Female Remedy in Palo Weak Nervous Delicate Women suffering from those weak nesses and diseases peculiar to their sex will find in Father Williams Indian Tea a wonderful Tonic and Regulator It quiets the Nerves puts on flush gives stepbrlploxion and makes yon well and WloontsCo 2 rDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Buceeisf treatment for blood and skin disease L1 Are You Looting For Nice Things To fear For osier I If so then come to our store where your wants can be satisfied We are showing a J storm of styles in Ladies Suits Skirts Jackets ShirtWaists Misses Jackets Also a wilderness of weaves in Dress Goods and Silks suitable for makingany kindof spring dress or gar ment BagsTurnover Collars are important yourEaster We are ready to sup ply you in these with the newest things fash ion has decreedjLadies stylish SuitsIfrom 15 to 45jLadies sty s hlSkirts from 5 to 25 Ladiesstylish Jack ttctsSilk Coats from 5 to 30- Shirt Waists from 75c to 10 Wo have them in Silk VhiteILawn and Net 1ftmnGlovesS1Silk 5c Special values in Woolen Dress Goods in all the popular shades and weaves for spring at from 50c to yardLadies Hose Gordon Dye at 15c 2 pairTinsel Wash Belts 25c Silk Belts riOc Childrens h Belts 25c r C KAGIN BRO 41 St Clalr St at Bridge Our Waist J t ole home in Marion Mr Ed B Voit7el visited in St Louis Mo this week Mrs Kate Williams is visiting friends in Shelbyvilln- Mr Cecil Farmer visited relatives in Danville this week Judge Bon V Smith of Somer set was hero Tuesday Col R D Williams of Lexing ton was here Tuesday Mr R G Higclon and wife left Saturday for Owensboro Mr H P Morancy of Versailles was in the city Monday Judge John M Lassing of Bur lington vas here Tuesday Mr Jos L Simcox has been in Nashville Tenn this week Mrs W S Farmer visited rela tives in Louisville this week Senator Laban Phelps of Louis ville was in the city Tuesday Hon Eli H Brown and wife left Thursday for Greenville Miss Esq W P Scott has returned from a visit to El Paso Texas Mrs Frank W eyes has re turned from a visit to Ashland Col Bennett H Young of Louis vine was in the city Saturday Mr W C Utterback of Lexing ton was in the city on Monday Jfrs W W Howe of Cynthiana guest of Mrs H S Keller Col Geo H Watson of St Louis J Mo was in the city on Monday Mrs Geo W Chinn has returned from a visit to New Orleans La Dr1 W Hill has returned from a visit to relatives at Bryan Texas Attorney Chas W Miller of Lexington was in the city Thursday Senator Geo W Hiokman of Mc Lean county was here on Thurs dayCapt Garnott D Ripley of Beards was in the city on Thursday r Mrs S M Saufley loft Saturday morning for her old home at Stanford t Rev W T Rowland Presiding Mr Ralph R Wilson has returned from a visit to his old homo in Fal fiimouth Monday Senator Brent Spence and Mr Thos Healy of Newport wore hero Tuesday Miss Patlie Thomason has re turned from a visit to friends at Ashland 1thisweek Mr C T Duvall of Ground Monday was in the city court day t Mr Alvin M Duvall of Stamp ing Ground attended county court on Monday S W Gain und Miss May of Jetts woro in the city Hon Lewie McQuown who has been in New Orleans La has re turned home- Postmasterv Goo L Barnes at tended the U S Court at Coving ton this week Miss Mao McGlasson of Louis Jt L r f t1 1 lOur 15 Covert Jacket BBBBBBBBBBBE COVERT JACKETS SILK COATS ETON SUITS DRESS SKIRTS SHIRT WAISTS NEW SHADES DRESS GOODS CORSETS GLOVES STOCKS BELTS- HANDKERCHIEFS HOSIERY EASTER NOVELTIES Etc ii CHARLES WEITZEL FRANKFORT KY IxsgS3gGS SHEiQH6883SH HSgHSBSHHSHHSS HSHHHSBHSdSHHs PERSONALMrs returnedq thisrForksI SnturIdaughterf 11Mrs EasterSuggestions rifle was the guest of Miss Fnnnio Gray this week Mrs Richard Morris and Mrs Eugene E Hoge visited in Louisville this week Gen Hewitt visited the- Confoderate Home at Pewno Valley on Tuesday Mr Munnell Wilson Representa tive from Hopkins county was in the city Tuesday Mr John C Noel and grandson Silas returned from Florida on Monday morning Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Mary Y Scott Mr F H Kavanaugh has re turned from a visit to his brothers in Littlo Rock Ark Miss May Showaltor of Louis ville was the guest of Miss Bush Showalter this week Mrs George Darsey and Miss Emily Thomas visited friends in Lexington this week Mr J Morgan Chinn wife and children are visiting at their old home in Hnrrodsburg t Mrs Th os C McDowell of Lex ington was the guest of Mrs S D Johnson on Thursday Miss Catherine Rash of Winches ter is the guest of Miss Ruby Arm strong in the country Mrs Elizabeth M Robb is visit ing her daughter Mrs Hamlin Garland in LouisvilleJ Miss Bernice Scottow of Louis yule visited her parents Mr W J Scottow and wife Sunday Mrs R M Trumbo has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs M F Wood in Lexington L Frank Johnson went to IIrs on Thursday to go into an tor an operation Mrs T F Taliaferro has returnod from a visit to her daughter Mrs R M Colvin in Falmouth Judge John E Cooper of Mt Sterling was the guest Df Judge J H Hazelrigg on Thursday Mrs R L Stout of Versailles is with hoi husband Judge R L Stout at the Capital Hotel Mr John P Hanley was called to Louisville on Saturday by the serious illness of his father Mr Watt Gay of Sholbyvillo was the guest of his sister Mrs John W Reading this week Miss Cordie loners and niece Miss Cora Salyors returned from Louisville Saturday evening Mrs Nettle Tamblyn and Mr Charles Pryor have gone to Atlantic City N J for the summer Mrs R i1 Colvin of Falmouth is the guest of her father on Shel by street Rev T F Taliaferro Mr Mason B Barret of Louis ville spout Sunday here the guest of his aunt Mrs Mary Y Scott Mr JOB Shively of Louisville was the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr Tlios P Rogers on Sunday jf Col E E Abbott left Saturday morning on a business trip for the IC n W H Co to Petersburg Miss Verlio Kenney who has Colelego returned to school on Monday HughesgLumber spou u day here the guest of his family Mr Hush Rodman of Louisville was the guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife this week Miss Minis of Bowling Groon who has boon the guest of Mrs Win Cromwell has returned home Mrs Virginia Crittoudon and Mrs Mary C Haycraft left Wednesday for Greenville Thos P Rogers has returned from a trip to New York City in the interest of Rogers Bros big store i fJi 14b IJtw 4iIf r MN L 1 Judge F A Bullock and Ex County Clerk Robert I Baker of Lexington were in the city Wed nesdayMr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr M T Nora Miller of this olllce spent Sunday in Georgetown the guest of her uncle Mr John A HerringMrs F McKenney and son of Midway were the guests of her parents Mr J V Craino and wife this week Mrs J H Hazelrigg aid daugh ters Mrs C P Chenault and Mrs Tims A Hall visited in Louisville this week Mr Harry T Crittenden of Boattyville was the guest of his mother Mrs R H Crittonden this week Postmaster J W Berryman of Versailles was the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr W H Pose this week Mrs A T Kirtloy was called to Louisville on Tuesday by the death of her grandfather Mr J O Campbell owensIhoro Miss Addle Wright of Hatton who has been the guest of her sis ter Mrs J lI Perkins has re turned home Sheriff John B Winn Mr H IC Ward Mr Nat Stone and Mr Tlios Howard of Versailles ware in the dry Monday Mr J Andrew Cain and wife of Versailles came here on Wednes day and were guests of Mr L Frank Johnson Judge R L Stout of Versailles came hero Monday morning and commenced holding the April terns of circuit court Miss Carrie VanArsdall of Har rodsburc who has peen the truest of her sister Mrs M D Avorill has returned home Mrs M A Selbert has returned from Cincinnati bringing her mother Mrs Keller who will re side here in future Rev Dr J McC Blayney who has been the guest of his son Dr T Lindsey Blayney at Danville has returned home Mr C W Hay has gone as the representative of the Business Mens Club to attend the New Or leans La Convention Col Jas E Stone Chief Clerk of the House finished up the work of his office this week and left for his homo in Louisville Mr John E Miles and wife have moved into their new homo on Third street recently purchased from Mrs Ben T Farmer Roy Gross Alexander of Louis ville who has been hero assisting in the census of religions of tno city returned homo Saturday Miss Laura Hodges of Lexing ton who has boon the guest of her aunt Mrs Jas W Hughes at Woodlako has returned home Senator Matt S Harboson Repre sentative Lewis Arnett and Ex Shoriil M D Mclnnernoy of Cov ington were here on Tuesday Mrs L M True nee Mary Will Violott of Owenton who hits boon the guest of her parents Hon J A Violett and wife has returned J O A Vaught accom panied Judge ORoar and family to Mt Sterling on Tuesday to in ter the remains of little Miss Virginia ORear Deputy U S Marshal N I Mc Daniel loft Monday for Covington taking with him two Federal pris oners whom he took there for trial in the U S Court Mrs Maxwil C Hamill and Mitt itit Our 5 Skirt lOur ii I 1 SaleIour ve y 0 and best All wool Crash Suitings 50c 50 inch Sicilians only 50csMohairs and Checks in all shades 50c ft Ladies Suits r Eton Suits 1250 L500 1800 worth 1500 and JLadiesdate garments T shades 25c quality only + RI E 80NSAIl for Easter For Easter week If Si1k SjJtti J I 27 inch Habiti Silk all shades 50c Warranted Belts and Neckwear in great variety IGloves F Js HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best find to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any priceiThis is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly IIAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade job several over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying We make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us mid 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 YARD C M BKOWXIXG President Sec and Treas laughter Miss Mary of Terre Haute Ind who have boon guests of her sister Mrs John W Milaui have returned home Hon flies W Scott Mr A W Maoklin Mr Sidney Bedford and Mr Huston Wood of Forks of Elk horn were in the city to attend county court Monday Mr Fairest Wright the Franklin county hasehallist has boon re turned to tho Louisville Club by Now York and was hero Thursday on route to Louisville to report for duty DISMISSED FROM POSITIONS The Board of Prison Commis sioners dismissed seven guards from time local prison on Thursday Time names of the gentlemen fol low L L Cox of Franklin coun ty Billitor of Harrison Lykens of Madison Boler of Anderson Homey of Carlisle Summers of Kenton Roberts of Pulaski IffIiIj1rjiAr i iii 115 Eton Suit week times ==A COLLISION ON ST CLAIR Mr John E Kirtley was driving north on St Clair street Tuesday afternoon when he met Mr FrelluhtHoe in front of tho National Branch Bank going south Just as tho two buggies were nel1ringieach other Mr Hogos horse shied suddenly the hind wheols of both vehicles locked and Mr Kirtloys axle was broken down Fortunately Mr Kirtloy was driving a gentle horse succeeded in keeping his seat whop the shook came and es caped injury Mr Hopes buggy was not injured Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theres a bottle of Dr Thomas Eolootric Oil in the medicine client Heals burns cuts bruises sprains Instant re lIof Dr Wearer Treatment- S foe tko blood Csrete11or k1a e11lpi Y41if NECKWEAR STOCKS ES PECIALLY FOR EASTER Tailored Ince or gold trimmed Fish Clark t Flagg fino Stocks SUITS Especially for Easter weekBeAutiful Suits in grey blue or blacks at 15 Fino Suits in Eton or Pony styles in greys blue black or white Surges 2lij worth more Fino Voile Snits the kind you do not see elsewhere 35 to 50 Easter weekTwo specials S5 for t IJACIETSFor Jackets worth worth 1250 0 and GOODSWould you see the choicest spring como to see these IDRERS or Mixtures in greys Panamas The choicest colorings and black GLOVESRide in light colors for Easter silk in greys blue modes white and black 500 to I 16 button White Silk to 125 LETTER FROM UTAH Green River Utah April 1000 Old Roundabout 1Dear a moon has waxed and waned since I had the pleasure of communicating with you from afar distant land Green River is on the river of that name Ijabout one hundred miles above its with the Grand River both streams there forming the ailgroat Colorado which flows Into of California The town is located on the Rio Grande West ern Railroad at its crossing of Green River about 225 miles west of Tennessee Pass tho summit of the Rooky Mountains Green River along with many other noted ones of this continennt has its head on the great continental divide near dropIPaaitlosOcean I was astonished to find a 1 river here of such magnitude the U S government It as a navigable one Like tho Missouri River its waters are greatest in volume in the heat of meltingiIwho are dependent on a water sup ply for Irrigating purposes the L great work of nature becoming a 1 boon in time of direst need This in which the town of Green YRiver is about the center is a great i revelation to mo in its general make t up simply marvelous in the rich delightfulnessIfthe Nile Valley of Egypt can not artjtplaced under water from a new 0Vcanal to be constructed by the com irpnny I am now under contract with surveyor and draughts man There are possibly not over- one thousand acres under tho pres ent gravity ditch built years n lfJ by the Mormons It is near this canal I bought my tract of land upon which I have already built a home and will by the middle oft this month have set it to an or- chardtt of peaches pears arid apples Hero is a favored of the few f fruittperfectionTheyreal tropical fruits Rocky Ford I cantaloupes and watermelons grow especially fine and always com pricesAi l melons and cantaloupes are raised here I ate some of the latter upon my arrival in the midde of Febru ary and found them delicious They have about one month of cold JanuaryWhento see men walking about the town in their shirt sleeves and with the exception of about four days of a little snow and other blustering weather thou have been doing so ever since I could hardly realize that such magnificent weather could exist anywhere on this globe r at such season of the yenrrlhe Iilvera 805 e sunshine days number 320 valley is a great elevated over fogr thousand feet sea level yet it is the lowest lThobetween Salt Lake City and Mountains The great of water in Green YOUR RAIMENT FOR EASTER WHEN EAST RMOR BREAKS EVERY WOMAN WILL WISH TO COME FORTH IN NEW SPLENDOR i1p se I the inexhaustibly rich soil and wonderful climatic conditions hero are what makes it such a favored spot for crowing everything Al falfa is the groat grass and feed crop It is claimed that the roots go down the full depth of the soil which is said to average more than twenty feet It is a legu minous plant and therefore a great soil fertilizer attempttothat this place is a veritable Gar den of Eden for such is not the case It has its drawbacks as well as others The whole face of the country untouched by water is as bleak and desolate looking as the coast of Labrador Usually in exceptiontheystorms during which man and duringJuneshine is torrid though I am told that 110 degrees Faharenheit is not as oppressive as 00 degrees in Ken tucky With all they have to nightNotlooking land when put under the magic touch of water O what a Everythingbloumeth So far I am tho only man here south of tho Ohio River but dont think fur a moment that the class of men building up this place and dotting the face of the earth with orchards are wanting in snap and industry ready humming like bees onterpliseI Nowhere on earth is mum of enterprise so reached ns in tho completelyI the great West They mounItainbase They are no longer insuperable The U S government is now engaged in the stupendous under taking of tunneling six miles through the base of a mountain range to turn the water on a hitherto inaccessible desolate valley of great extent and fertility and make also blossom as the rose Another enterprise under way is to bridge over tho Royal Gorge with a suspension bridge at tho prodigious height of over 2400 nearlyhalftho Arkansas River and immej swingingbridgeon tho Denver and Rio Grande- R R which threads it tortuous way through the gorge and on up over Marshalls Pass at a height of over 10000 feet above sea level A hotel costing 200000 is to bo1 highestbridgeThe Union Pacific R R Co has made a gravel fill across Great Salt Lake a distance of forty miles at a cost of over 500003 five mil lions of dollars If tins isnt en terprise what is it Yet these are only a drop in tho bucket compared developingtheIf any of your readers contem plate snaking a trip to any point west of the Rocky Mountains I want to suggest or offer a bit of wholesale advise and that is to provide an ample supply of eatables to last the entire trip otherwise they will boheld up by the railroad company eithor in the dining cars or station luncheon counters IJ Seeps the dust out of the corners the jsteps of your stairway B R2flj They furnish the passengers meals on what they are pleased to call the European plan which is only another name for thieving plan For instance I had to pay ten cents for one egg and twenty cents for a sandwich two small slices of bakers bread and the ham so thin I could hold it up and see through it thingsIhave to reserve for a future to mentionD MEADE WOODSON Eat a Laxet at bod time and feel bright the next day Sold by all dealers ateCALLED FOR THE YEAR Rev John H Burdin of Forks of Elkhbrn has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist Churches at Bethel and Buck Run this oountyIMr Burdin is a consecrated and earnest soldier of the Cross We hope these old churches will be greatly revived under his ministry this year- INRCEASE IN ASSESSMENT OF CITY PROPERTY City Assessor J F Dolan has completed tho assessment of city property and tho footings show a total of 358831523 which is an increase of about 125000 over the assessment of 100- 5ELECTED CHAIR IANI J Mr Harvey S elected Chairman of tho wasI Prison Commission on Ho succeeds Mr Edward term had expired THE E H TAYLOR JR fc SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky HOSELadies Topsy gauze Gauze Lisle 3 pair for New shades green greys and blues CARPETS AND RUGS Why not spruce up a bit indoors for Easter New Rugs New Mattings Now Curtains SILKSThe serviceable cool Shirt Wnist Suit mate rial 36 inch Checks only Choice Fancy Silks worth only 36 inch Black Taffeta 81 as good others sell you at J25 35 inch Farmers Black Taffeta SOc This is the best on the market SHIRT WAISTS More awni ricl8tylFinn Styles Fish Clnrk 0 Flags styles BELTSThe handsomest display of nobby styles ever made in Frankfort Gold silver ooze leather linen i L RQCEIWEiIAIAS t Patent Corner Dust Shield of CENTS EACH j ROGERS SONS t tj letter whose OLD TAYLOR PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY A BADLY BURNED GIRL Or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salvo is applied promptly G J saysIsores and all skit injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salvo made 25o at all druggists ESCAPED PRISONER BROUGHT BACK George Clinton a negro trusty at the county jail who escaped some time ago was arrested nt London on Friday and was brought buck to jail on Saturday Got Dr Shoops Free Book on Rheumatism Dr Shoops Rheu matic Tablets are sold by all dealers BUYING WOOL We are requested by Mr H G Davis to say that he is in the mar ket for wool Is paying the highest utIUNUSUAL FEATURE An unusual feature of court day was the exhibition and offering for sale of a number of coops of extra flue high bred chickens There were several lots of those who were exhibited at tho poultry show hero last fall and they were beauties too Several sales were made at good prices r+ rLEASES COVE SPRING PARK Mr D J MoNamara lessee of Capital Theatre has leased Cove Spring Park with all tho priv ileges until the 1st of December n A liver makes a lazy man- Burdnuit Blood Bitters is the nat ural never falling remedy for a lazy livor DOSSENBACH GETS LIFE SENTENCE Irlhe jury in the case of Jacob who murdered Goo Miller found tho accused guilty and fixed tho punishment at life time in the Penitentiary gNORMAL SCHOOL COMMISt SIOX4The Governor has appointed tlio following gentlemen as the com mission to locate the two State Normal Schools George Pn l1etiRusseUjllIeE H Marks Louisville B M Arnett Nicholasvillo S Morris Covingtcn M G Watson Louisa I BLOOD POISONINGT Results from chronic 1Kingsvigor cures sour stomach nausea withiAloutICASTOnXA f Bears the BCIgilo 1or JThe Inside are readily needed 1sWptomsDa telligence QThere is no disease known that gives ss approachconsumption aq checkedtifGerman Syrup which is made to cure consumption GermansSyrupare given is the cou h that tivontgw time congestion of the tubes an the gradual weakening of the lungs expectorationqBut cough even if dread consumption hoaj already attacked your lungs German- S nlp will surely effect a cureas it has apparently1hopeless JNew trial bottles 250 Regular size 75C At all druggists For saie by J W Gayle tijS jil1IiiW fTneFrankfOItHOUnaabDU Entered at the postolllcc nt Frankfort Ken tucks secondclass mailablu mutter GPO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT APR 7 1906 ENTERS PRISON In obedience to till mandate of the U S Supreme Court which Y vas received by the Court of Ap peals before its adjournment last week the mandate ofl that court was delivered the circuit court or Monday ordering TasJB Howard accused of the murder ofSenatoi Goebel to be brought to thenrisoii to enter upon his lifotorin Y Tho circuit court ordered Sheriff Hieatt to bring Howard from the Jefferson county jail which was done on Tuesday where JHownrd was presented before JudgolStou and ordered sont to the prison ifhich was also done on that day ends a brave fight offa man l who asserts his positive innocence againstrwas tcofa man who had sworn both ways in tho matter which of course makes his testimony questionable The crime was one of the most dastardly in all history and the man guilty uf it deserves the ox treme penalty of the law but the I evidence of its commission should be bettor than that of a confessed perjurerIhave been hung If innocent he should at least have had a fair trial before a fair and unbiased jury demonstratedtl r of this moan He met his doom with a bravo face and unvaryingipoliteness COUNTY COURT DAY Dig Crowd in the City and Lots of Mules Horses Cows and r Calves on Market Monday last was county court day It was a bright and season biggestIbiggest crowd in nearly eighteen months on the streets There were a large number of r mules on the market from year lings up to aged mules and the prices ranged high There wore also quite a large number of horses from common L plugs up to good saddlers and road sters but the demand was not so good for them as it was for mules Although a number of good ones brought pretty fair prices There were also a number of r cows with young calves which brought fairly good prices none of t the offerings being first class There was a big supply of calves P and yearlings though only in tol erably good condition and the price ruled likewise low There was however on the whole more trading than wo have had for several months y BetterWay The tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritated you coughand there is more irrita l tionmore coughing You take a cough mixture and it eases the irritationfor a while You take- Z r SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the F throat because it reduces the r irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation t builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back it to their natural strength Thats f how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL F- REEq7 40 Penn lUred ft BOWNE York r ItIf V W JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disorders but nerehas it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials prove this nearly very instance the writer has stated that the fits ceased after the first dose of Ner vine was given The statement is repeated in followingSeven ago my wife commenced having spasms or and I called in my home physician and he said she was paralyzed lie her with salt water gave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined tc her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently sometimes very severe Her hands would so we could not them and she finally got so her jaws would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was doing her no good and ordered a bottle of storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle I got some more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit sine taking the first dose She also thinks err highyof Dr Miles Nerve and Liver is never without them If there is any way of making this testimonial stronger so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did wifeWt Y ALLEN P M Elkville All s druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart IndI NARROW ESCAPE FOR OUR DICK By the subjoined dispatch wo learn that our former valued em ploye Mr Richard Godson now a prominent and successful lawyer and city councilman at Midway had a close call We are rejoiced to know that ho is all right now Versailles Ky Aprils Richard Godson a wellknown attorney of Midway had a narrow escape from death last night He was overcome while working with a gas machine in a pit at his home and was found an hour later almost dead GO AND SEE JOHNNIE Mr John J McGuirk has opened his new confectionery and restaur ant on Main street just across the alley from the State National Bank where he has a fresh stock of goods and a conveniently arranged estab lishment and will be glad to have you call and see him He will be especially pleased to have the ladies call ne he proposes to keep a firstclass restaurant where they can drop in and get a meal or lunch when in the city for thedayor if it is not convenient for them to get home at meal time Ho will also mako a specialty of catering and will be prepared to furnish party suppers on short notice guarantee lug satisfaction Remember he is an old Frank fort boy who has come back home is going to keep a firstclass estab lishment and is deserving of your patronage ADMIRAL CHAPMAN COLEMAN TODDS ADDRESS By a recent dispatch from Louis ville we learn that our follow citi zoo Admiral Chapman Colcman Todd delivered an address before the Filson Club of Louisville which is described as follows An able paper on the life and times of Harry Innes a distin guished jurist of Kentucky in tho pioneer days was read before the Filson Club by Admiral Chapman U Todd of the United States Navy last night Admiral Todd had thoroughly in vestigated the field covered in the paper which proved to be one of the most interesting that has been presented before tho club this win ter Ho showed an unusual power of discrimination in selecting the salient points of his theme and covered the field without unnecessary embellishment After the reading of the paper generaldiscussion ance with the usual custom and a number of interesting facts and theories were brought out by those who had only casually looked into the subject but had come across some va points many of them by word of mouth concerning the brilliant career of the able jurist and tho unsettled tines in which ho was a central figure Admiral Todd sustained his reputation as a pleasing speaker on interesting themes founded on a paper about the Amazon river read before tine club some time ago At the close of the formal pro gram the oustomary refreshment apple older of which all true members must partake was served JfJf 4o 1 TIM MURPHY IN RUFUS I RUGG air Tim Murphy has closed his winter season and is in Now York preparing his production of Rufus Rugg an original comedy of Contemporary lifo in Indiana written for him by Taut Wilstach formerly of Lafayette and time home of George Ado Booth Tarkington and George Barr McCutchoon Mr Wilstach has for many years been business manager and literary ad viser for Richard Mansfield Ho is the author of other successful plays of American life among thorn II A Capital Comedy and Polly Primrose Mr Murphy is to act II Rufus Rugg for a month only this spring on tour Ho will pro duce it in Now York City the 27th of August next After his Now York run Mr Murphy is booked for an indefinite engagement at the Grand Opera House Chicago and he jumps thence direct to San Fran cisco which will bo the central point of a season of fourteen weeks on the Pacific Coast which he has not visited in seven years Miss Dorothy Sherrod has been engaged to play the principal female part in Rufus Rugg Mr Murphy will be seen in Rufus Rugg in this city April SUGGESTIONS FOR FRANK FORTIHow to improve Frankfort and make the Home Comers wish to come home to stay If your store front or house or residence is dull or dingy paint itI If your awning is old torn faded got a new one If your sidewalk is needing re pair fix it If your front fence or gate is broken or tumbled down fix it or take it away If your advertising sign is faded or broken repair it or mend iti Resolve never to throw paper any = whero on the street Weed your lawn of all weeds es pecially the dandelions Burn all rubbish possible never dump it to be scattered Promise not to spit on the side walk Organize neighborhood im provement societies and allow no weeds to grow on sidewalk area or vacant property in your block Ask your milkman and your gro cerymen to paint their wagons if they need painting- If your lawn is small mako it the prettiest spot in town if Iqrge do the best you can Every effort made every dollar spent to improve our city will re turn to you not one but many timesBy request of the Civio League of Frankfort CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIsso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can reguIlnrlthorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial hottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists yr DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY Jos H Lewis Chapter Dnu of the Confederacy are htersI to meet at time residence of L Samuel St Clair street at oclook this afternoon A full attendance is desired rO dfiL 8TO Xt Iu9u Boan theTheSignature of I y PAINFUL FALL Holly Glass of time West Side an imployo of the Dugan Stone Coat time new capitol was badly hurt by falling about fourteen foot where his back struck a beam Ho was badly hurt but Dr C A Fish thinks he will be O K soon l3 genuinLaxativethe maedjr that cures a cold la vice day Pleasant take 1tJ Laxzatlv7e Syruifx IJ 1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION l Ask Your Doctor f 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 minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines ltableabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Ji Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than JIany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE 1 1 c Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades ICradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheellborrows Thresher Machine Oil Sj Tarpaulinst If Monkey Wrenches t Pipe Fittings and Wrenches Ji li FRANK G STAGG r l Hardware Paints Oils Etc IfValueSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentuckyf Dr Cadys Conditfon Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ant vermifuge They are not food I ft medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition f Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh River Louisville No Memphis NO Ltd No Leaves 0 40 m Arrives 5amNew Orleans Special No pNom Leaves 720 a ra Arrives 455 n m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate Connection to and from Kllzaboth townHodgenvllloand Hopkinsvillo no Sunday service to Elizabeth town Hodgen ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Loaves 400 p m Ar Ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to and except on Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily Southern Railway I Shortest and Fastest Lines from J Lexington andouisville TO 1 St Louis and the Westt Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 n m Lou 012 isville p miCarrying vestibuled coaches and OrtfoObsorvation Parlor Car Meals a changeLoavoisvillo 1015 p in Arrive St cfCarryingCars and Pullman S perthroL jchangeReserve Car4Berfchs at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville KyI234 Fourth Ave I- Hr yr Nt WNALTHAM WATGH EIS AREfCARRIED ALL OVER THEwofthlYEy- YIN Cases plain simple and ornate I in either Gold Gold Filled or 1f Silver 230 St S IF YOU BUY IT AT ITS j CONFEDERATES 3Iajor Johnson Advises Comrades Concerning the Now Orleans Trip General P P Johnston of the United Confederate Veterans As sociation asks all papers to pub Jh the following which wilt sufficiently explain LETTER Headquarters Fourth Brigade United Confederate Veterans Lexington Ky April 2 190G Commander of Camp United Con 0 federate Veterans Dear Sirl enclose copy of a cir cular received at this ollice You will please note its contents and see that the necessary badges for your camp are ordered as soon as possibleI we aro to have a low rate to New Orleans and return and that accommodation will be provided there on very reasonable terms Please let me know how many old soldiers will attend from j your camp and community It is a great opportunity to visit J at small cost the must attractive city of our country at a time when we with our children and friends will be received with open arms r Later I will send you or have pub lished in your papers specific in f formation about transportation etc RespectfullyP Formerly Major of Artillery A N V now commanding 4th Brigade of United Confederate Veterans The brigade consisting of the fol lowing camps Wm Prtston 90 Harrodsburp Abe Buford 97 Versailles Ky 5Geo W Johnston 98George town Ky John C Breokinridgo 10U Lex Marshall 187 Nicho lasvllle Ky JiThos B Collins 215 Richmond Time B Monroe 188 Frankfort KyGeorge W Cox 483 Campton I KyThos Ky W Napier 882Stanford T If you aro too fat it is because yourfood- turnsI to fat instead of musclestrength If you are too lean tho fat producing food that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat have too much Pepsin and no t II Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that ar found in a healthy stomach and exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and organ to digest and assimilate all foods that maybe eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well HJodol cure Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart am Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh 1larbotUIioldeey paTd at t1 ie u Rut Y the orateq otfOD4R1M- drlal W W oat sIu 0 81 For sale by JaW Gayle W J A Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life kinds we sell are to give you one of mans strongest assets if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find here and we willingly guarantee them toibe accurate I M A LBE Reliable Jeweler SELBERTS Clair GOODil reef- S correspondence ConfederatesI Kyk Two Dyspeptics PancreatinoI KEEtIJ4G GOOD ttlATCH The guaranteed punctuality place timekeepers BE RT D Waller Chenault 919RJch mend Ky- Henry M Ashby 1003 Middles boro Ky R J Breckinriclgo 1246 Danville Ky Bon Hardin Helm 1200Law ronceburg Ky John S Williams 1295Winches tor Ky D M Logan 1330 Lancaster Ky ADJUTANT GENERALS LETTER Louisville Ky March 24 1906 General P P Johnston Lexington Dear General Under Circular Order 5 from the Adjutant General and Chief of Staff of the Confod erato Association Gen Win E iMicklu the Kentucky Division is advised that for the coming Re union and all future Reunions an official badge will be used The badge consists of a red medalion in the center of which is the Buttle Flag Above the flag are the words Oillcial Reunion Badge To the loft of the flag the figures 1801to the right 1865 Before the flag the words United Con federate Veterans On the gray ribbon pendant is printed in clear distinct letters the name of the Division the number and the name of the city in which the Reunion is held with the dates of same This is a neat and comprehensive badge which tells tho story at a are to be supplied only from General Headquarters 916Hibernia Bank Building New Orleans La and are supplied at the following or less 25 cents each In lots of 50 up to 100 20 cents eachIn lots of 100 and upwards 15 cents each Will you kindly notify the several camps of your brigade that they should order from Gen Micklo the number of badges that they suppose will be needed at the reunion Money order must accompany the requisition for badges and each camp should indicate on one line the division to which it belongs On line underneath the camp name And still underneath this line the camp number located at If you will give this your attention it will facilitate the recognition of comrades at the Reunion and make the occasion much more pleasant than if we did not have the badge Under circular letter from New Orleans signed by Major J W Gaines chairman committee No2 it is requested by reason of very great importance that this com mittee should be notified at once how many if any comrades from each camp will go to tho Reunion with the expectation of free lodg ing and board Major Gaines asks that this information be furnished as promptly as possible Thanking you for your attention to those matter I am Very sincerely yours Signed W A MILTON Adjt Gen Ky U C V CONFEDERATE NOTICE Lexington Ky April 2 1906 Headquarters Confederate Veterans Association of Kentucky The annual meeting of the Con federate Veterans Association of Kentucky will bo hold in their room in the courthouse at noon on Saturday April 7 It is very impor tant that wo have a lingo attend ance and wejtruly hope every Camp in tho Association will be repre sented as tho election of all officers will take place at this meeting and other business will come AssociationeL P YOUNG President O P REDD Secretary TWO SPANKING NEW EXPRESS WAGONS The Adams Express Co have re coived and put to work this week two spanking now and woll built but light and easy running wagons We congratulate tho now agent Mr K Sanford upon tholjnioo ap pearanoo of the new wagons which have displaced the oldlhonvy and dingy ono letoforo injuso k 1AiaJl lv x WHATS IN MoOLURES McClures for April has the fresh ness and cheerfulness of spring You will want to read it all Its articles stories and verses have a rare charm for the shortening evenings Mary Stewart Cuttings Symphony in Coal which heads the table of contents is another of those fascinating sympathetic stories of married lifo The most hairraising chapter of adventure that has boon published in a long time is the sixth installnu it of Carl Schurzs Reminiscences of Long Life Rescuing Kinkel from Spandau Jail is a story of intrigue and hairbreadth chances in the shadow of the gallows told with the happy swing of youth that holds you from first word to last Best of all it is true Some Diet Delusions by Dr Wood Hutohinson is not only amusing it has a very definite purpose it scares away tno old bogies After you have read it you will eat a square meal with a clear con science Perhaps the most timely paper in the number Is Perceval Gibbons sketch of Count Witte who is the crux of tho situation in Russia Mr Gibbon has studied his subject at first hand and his deduction is daring and surprising Clara Morris contributes another charming chapter of reminiscences of the world behind the curtain through which walk many of the old actors and actresses of our early days Stewart Edward Whites fourth Arizona Nights story The Ranch Foremans Yarn the Cattle Rustler story gives a phase ol western life about which little has been written hitherto The story defines a bad man in no uncertain terms Other fiction in this splen did number is Identifying Anne by Jeanette CooperIIIhe Struggles and Triumphs of Isidrc do los Maestros by James Hooper Two Pairs of Shoes by Joseph Lincoln The Snitcher by Fred L Boalt and Mr Nick ersons Star by Mary Moss Tin poems are On the Ranch bj Moira ONeill Glvo Courage Lord It by L B BridgmanSonj of the Souls that Failed by Marion Couthouy Smith There is ai interesting editorial by Ray Stan nard Baker which leaves no doubt about the grounds on which Mr E L Philipp of Milwaukee brings his suit against McClures The number is beautifully illus Does Your Stomach Bother You 1 Dr Shoops Restorative Cures All Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves As you value your health and happiness dont Deflect to care for the slightest stomach pain dont let It At the first slim of distress use Dr Shoops Restorative and end all these troubles These aches are signals they are symptoms of comlnir disease Is it wise to Ignore them You who never eat a hearty meal with out a sense of fullness A followed by a period of lassitude or m I1rowlilnessbewluc- Nellect these condl vtlons and you surely Invite distressing lndlitestlon youll become a sallow y s peptic Do you A Iexperience any of these sympy tomsdistress You leatlngreturn Intf of foody to mouth gnawing at Feel Like pit of stom achruinbllni of gas belch log of wind loss of oppe tltc heartburn This headache dlz zlness If you utter In any of these ways your kV duty is clear there is but course open to roustrengthen the InsideYDuerves these special stomach nerves forever this evidence of disease Put the digestive nerves la condition to act as nature intended they should Dont drug dont force just Rive the insld nerves natural force gentle tonlo natures help Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid should be taken to do thisit is the only pro icrlptlon which builds up or even attempts to restore the inside stomach nerves Sold by IALL DEALERS l ti want to argue the CASE with J WEyou and help you make this thresh I 1 ing season a success lA To be successful one must have an equipment that is both labor saving and money making You will find both of these features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a call 1 Capital Founarg Waofiino CoMpany Apr i1m trated by such artists as Alice Barber Stephens Charlotte Harding W Hatherell Martin Justice George Varian N C Wyeth and Mary Preston NOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Tea for all diseases of the Liver and Kid neys Stomach and Bowels- It causes a vigorous action of the Liver digesting the fuod causing a regular free movement of the How els cleanses the Kidneys purifies the Blood makes you well kueps you well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Tea or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 1 W Early Risers The famous little pills DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron Bu the Magnificent Steamers Of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat after arrival olmorning trains Returning arrive Week r Sundaysooop Fare to Detroit Cunlimitedroundtrlpts Excursion to Detroit and return Week Day i Sunday 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 300 meals sad berth extra Special Rain to Societies Close connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information sec nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 ITHOIT 1 ft 4 iTroos Plants Vinas I For the Spring of 1906 the IBLUt GRASS NURSERIES iLexington Ky Offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb As agentsI Trusty tl Trusses I J- We have for a long time 1 made a specialty of AVe have an immense stockYin every respect so complete in fact that no one in need of a truss can in justice to himself afford to overlook it or to deny himself the experience in fitting that we have gained through many years practice An illfitting truss or one of faulty construction is of no more value thanJnone so that it is to your in terest to avail yourself of our 1 experience both as to make oj and fit 1 1 wu GAYLE t Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky JbATTENTION FARMERSp WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded j FencesiIr t No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Everyrod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by 1 waBuggyof RugsP C SOWERo COHardware 307309 Merchants Main StIr MARRIED ATKINSLUNSFORDIn this city on Wednesday Mr Nash At kins and Miss Eliza Lunsford wore married by Rev T O A Vaught of the Methodist Church WOOLFORD TREMERE A n nouncement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Mr Thos Guy Woolford of Atlanta Ga and Miss Frances Leo Tremere daugh ter of Mr John W Tremere and Wife The wedding will take place at the residence of the brides aunt Mrs J W Patterson April 18 in Atlanta where her aged grand mother Mrs Geo E Frazier lives The bride is one of Frankforts eweetost girJfit Out congratulations are extended DANGER FROM THE PLAGUE Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly ends them It prevents Pneu monia cures LaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward oil Con sumption Coughs and Colds 60o and 100 Guaranteed by all drug gists Trial bottle free RESISTED ARREST Bill Kinkead a cullerd gem man undertook to crack the cocoanut of another gem man on Monday and when Con stable Newman undertook to gather the gemman in he re sisted arrest and defied the officer He was finally subdued however and landed in the cooler Hell know better next time Eczema scald head hives itchiness of the skin of any sort in stantly relieved permanently cured Doans Ointment At any drug store a REVENUE COLLECTIONS FOR MARCH t Collector Grant L Rob Yerts collected internal revenue taxes for the mouth of March as follows 31U2 barrels 118161 910 t tax gallons amount of tax 129 97809 1Dont drug thestomach to cure f a One Minute Cou h Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflam mation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and I cures A quick cure for croup and whooping cough Its constantly increasing use for many years tolls of the fact of its absolute useful 1ness Sold by J W Gayle SOUTHERN GROCERS ASSO l CIATION Jacksonville Fin 1885 round trip Tickets on sale April 1510 31td KDOES IT DO ANY GOOD i What good does it do you to eat if your stomach falls to digest the food None It does you harm causes belching sour stomach t etc When the stomach trfails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure each meal will digest what you eat and makes the stomach k sweet Kodol is a thorough digest ant and will afford relief from any disorder due to imperfect digestion or malasslmilation Spld by J W GayleL it 11 1 1M LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending April 7 1900 Berry J B Boyd Miss Anna Browning Arthur Joke N V Evans Miss Mary L Gibbons Mrs Sarah GeorgeGreen Hale John Hall Joseph Halbert W C Halls Bakpr Hansford Belar Hilerty Robert F Hooten Ed Hoover Mrs Ava Johnson Mrs Maria Joslinn Mrs Josie Kohn Win Lee Herman Martinn Mrs J M Minor Miss Zuetta Ohays Menlon Owings Laura Pettie Miss Maria Poo Mrs Sallie Porks Willie Roach Mrs Mattie Roberson Wm Robinson Miss Crittenden Sharp Lee 2 Sizemore George Spooner Mrs- Sutherland Mrs Mary Tate R H Taylor Miss Sallie Thompson Mrs Mary Wachson Harry Weathers Miss Anie Webb Mrs Jane Webster F M Young Miss Lou Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised GEO L BARNES PM LOSTShot Gun Lost on Louisville Pike between G F Berrys place and Sacra lane A Williams Powell double barrel shot gun which was inside of a leather case Finder will be liberally re warded on return to Mr Berry SPECIAL RATES Via Fsir C Ry Confederate Veterans Reunion New Orleans La April 27 28 and 29 Fare 1645 round trip For full particulars apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent 80td A YOUNG MOTHER AT 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years spepsiahadtnkingEectrlcpletely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had in the primo of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danforth Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Bilious ness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 600 Guaran teed by all druggists LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine stock C 11 BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23 tf s Dr Weavers Syrup FuttM tbe Wood i C nU otalMti for ftfc t t f ti DEATHS SEA Y In Lexington on Satur day as the result of an operation Mrs Mattie Seay a sister of Mr M D Williams aged 68 years The remains were brought hereon Sunday and the funeral services conducted at the cemetery on Mon day afternoon after which the re mains were laid away in the family lot in our cemetery OREAR At the residence of her father on Shelby street on Mon day Virginia infant daughter of Judge E C ORear and wife aged three years of spinal meningitis This sweet and beautiful little lady was the idol of father mother brothers and sisters She came as a messenger of joy and consolation to the stricken parents when their lovely eldest daughter was snatched from their hearts by a sudden and awful tragedy She truly filled her heavensent mission and won all hearts by her beauty purity gentleness and affection As each day unfolded some new attraction for those who loved her most the ten drils of their hearts were entwined about her But earths pathway was too rough and thorny for her angel feet andGod took hdr to himselfa priceless jewel in the Saviors crown To the stricken ones we tender the warmest sympathy of a heart which has borne a like sorrow May the Great Comforter he their minister of mercy The funeral services were con ducted by Rev J O A Vaught on Tuesday last and the remains were taken to Mt Sterling and laid away in the family lot in Macpelah Cemetery OUR DRUGGIST TELLS US We learn today that our local druggists have made special arrangements which carries with it an agreement to keep in stock constantly a full line of special prescriptions created at the Laboratories of Dr Shoop A novel yet thoroughly practical and newlycreated article has just been issued from the Laboratories in question called Luxeta and is included as a part of the ment made today by the druggist in question We refer to a tion put up in candy tablet form for the relief of constipation sour stomach bad breath sallow complexion biliousness headache etc etc The novelty of Laxots arises from two or three sources It has not even the suspicion so far as taste is concerned that the article is a medicine It is candy in taste and in appearance Again Laxots are put Upill beautifully lithographed and re tail for the remarkably low price of 5 cents per box On the box is printed the ingredi ents consisting of Cascara Sagrada Egyptian Sunna Solid Extract of French Prunes Slippery Elm Bark and other highly meritorious in gredients for tine conditions men tioned above- A Candy Cold Cure put up in the same style also sells at 5 cents per box and is called Dr Shoops Preven tics Patrons we believe will be glad to learn of the new arrangement and particularly of tho new rem edies which certainly seem worthy of a trial purchase involving only the cost of a nickel WANTED District Managers to post signs advertise and distribute samples Salary 18 weekly S per day for expenses State age and present employment IDEAL SHEAR CO 30 Randolph St Chicago 204m It ii I 1000000FROM Shingles j- t 200 to 400 per Thousand A- THammond GosCIVIL SERVICE ANNOUNCE MEET A special Civil Service examina tion for clerks and carriers in the Frankfort Ky postofllco will be held in that city on April 25 1906 at 9 oclock a m in order that an appointment may be made in the office and future appointments as occasion may require Applicants must be between the ages of eighteen and fortyfive years and citizens of the United States Male applicants must meas ure not less that 5 feet 4 inches in their stocking feet and weigh not less than 125 pounds in ordinary clothing Medical certificates will not be required of applicants but those who may receive appoint ments will be called upon to fur nish the same before entering upon dutyLists of those who pass examina tions are no longer posted but in formation as to their standing on the registers can be obtained upon application to the local secretary For the required application form and a pamphlet of general informa tion containing specimen examina tion questions apply to Mr J M Williams Secretary Board of Examiners at the postofllco or to C W Moss District Secretary Post office Building Cincinnati Ohio The examination is not particu larly difficult and qualified persons are urged to enter To get rid of the bad breath the sickening discharge from the nose and throat the loss of smell and taste etc such ingredients as Thymol Wild Indigo Oil of Eucalyptus etc must be used Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure depends upon such healing agents as these in combination with other antiseptic specifics These are then incor porated into a soft soothing and healing imported petroleum Jelly secured in Europe When applied to diseased muouous membranes it acts like magic clearing up these revolting diseases promptly and with a marked sensation of com fort Sold by all dealers BOARD OF CONTROL Tine State Board of Control of Charitable Institutions met hereon Tuesday and organized by the election of Gen Percoy Haly as President and Mr R G Phillips of Elizabethtown as Secretary A CHANCE FOR SATISFACTION If ou ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve that failed to give satisfaction the chances are it did not have tho name E C De Witt d Co printed on the wrapper and pressed in the box Tie original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores tottar cracked hands etc For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles It affords almost immediate relief It stops the pain Sold by J W Gayle BENSON Mr Earl Moore was the guest of Miss Bessie Moore on Sunday Mr Harry Moore called on life best girl on Sunday evening Mrs Sallie Webster of Bagdad had as her guests last week ters Misses Carrie and Isa Moore r of Bridgeport t Mr Colon Graves of Frankfort was the guest of Miss Isa Moore i SundayeveningMiss was the guest of Miss Carrie Moore on Sunday CarI J urdayMr Curtis Moore and Miss Jessie Chambers were out in a buggy en joying the sunshine on Sunday afternoon Miss Mabel Webster daughter offiMrThos Webster is the guest of i her grandparents in Bridgeport this week LILY i STAMPING GROUND j After a long silence I greet yourhreaders once more since April sun shine has stirred things up Wo regret to announce that Mr Clark B Roberts cashier of the Citizens Rank is confined to bcdI f with rheumatism Mrs Squire P Willis who has been sick for quite a while is im proving rapidly iitton last week by the illness of Prof J John Hill who is principal of a high school in that city We are glad to learn that Mr Hill is improving Mr Perry Mothershead who hagt t been free delivery man route No1 has resigned with a view of going to Colorado to reside if the situation suits him afterkvisiting that State We regret his leavingMr M Duvall Mr C T Du vall and others attended county court in Frankfort on Monday trgavetheir tobacco beds and do some groundis rhiAhIt may be well enough for those destroytQbaccoknow that these acts are made a felony by a law of the recent Legis lature UNO Chesapeake Ohio Ryt Schedule in effect February 11906 sub ject to change without notIce For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 000 A M and 014 P M Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M anti 741 P M Dallpti23lyr J 1 fi r 7 j Flyer Prices on Friday and Saturday Below we quote a few of our regular Recordbreaking prices Come Saturdays Remnants onehalf pricefindsee for yourself lc for one Paper Hair Pins 5e for six nice Hat Pins J Ic for Card Hooks and Eyes loc for best Hambur s Laces and Hosiery2e for one Roll Tape 50 for Wash Rngs4for a Paper Pins lOc for Dress Shields 4c for bolt Feather Stitched Braid lOc for Taffeta Ribhons 1 4c for one dozen Safety Pins 49c for Corsets worth U to 125 J Flyer Prices mean that on Flyer Days we givelie for Good Hair Brushes 50c for new Silks for Box of Hair Pins 5c for best Calico 10 per cent off for Cash on Flyer Goods 5c a card for Pearl Buttons 8c for Laces and Embroideries 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton 5c for Apron Gingham S D JOHNSON 001h FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ACCEPTS DR BLA Y tTHE RESIGNATION congregational meeting of the irst Presbyterian Church was told on Wednesday night presided ll ver by Judge W H Sneed with Mr E L Samuel as Clerk The request of Rov Dr J MoC Blaynoy that his resignation ten ed last fall bo accepted and that t a Church unite in asking that ho Presbytery dissolve the past- Y toral relation was unanimously assented to the congregation at the same time adopted the follow t ing preamble and resolutions Whereas This congregational eeting has been duly called by ie Session of this Church for the purpose of acting on the letter of esignation of our pastor Rev J IcClusky Blayney D D read to 10 congregation on the twenty jond anniversary of the begin 4ng of his present ministry among us and Whereas The aforesaid letter de dares the resignation to be abso lute to which declaration the pas tor still adheres and Whereas It is our pastors special request that the congregation join with him in asking Presbytery to jolvo the pastoral relation at its Broaching mooting in Flemings rg therefore be it tfosolved 1st That wo do now quiosce in our pastors request dl1d join with him in asking Pros Iyter to dissolve the pastoral rela tion now existing between him and this church and that Presbytery fix the date when the dissolution shall go into effect 2d That R K McClure and E Jj Samuel or either of them are hereby designated and appointed commissioners to represent this congregation in this matter before Presbytery 8d It is only at the earnest re quest of Dr Blaynoy that we give DO YOU KNOWThatDr Pierces Favorite Prescription is tho only medicine sold through druggists for womans weaknesses and peculiar ail ments that does not contain largo quantities of alcohol It is also tho only medicine especially prepared for tho cure of the delicate diseases peculiar to women the maker of which is not afraid to take his patients Into his full confidence by print ngrcdlentsyour druggist if this Is not true Proscription too Is tho only medicine for women all the Ingredients of which have tho nnnualltted endorse ment of tho leading medical writers of the several schools of practice recommend ing them for tho euro of tho diseases for which tho Proscription Is advised Write to Dr R V Plerco Buffalo N Y for a free booklet and read tho numer 1sus extracts from standard medical au praising tho several Ingredients of which Dr medicines urn none and dont forget that no other medicines put up for salo through druggists for do 1CIi8IUlIlllendorsemont more weight and Importance than any 11amount of socalled testimonials so flaunted before tho public compoundsI do all Tangomontsthns banishing tho periodical headaches backaches bearingdown dis tress tenderness and draglngdovvn son sations In lower abdomen accompanied by weakening and disagreeable catarrhal pelvic drains and kindred symptoms Dr Pierce and his stall of spo cialists may bo consulted free by address ing as a boo All correspondence Is treated as sacredly confidential Hy con disagreeabloquestionings are avoided- The Peoplos Common Sense Medical Adviser contains sonic very Interesting and valuable chapters on tho diseases peculiar to women It contains over onto thousand patter It is sent post paid on receipt of sufficient in onocent stamps to pay cost of mailing only or 21 cents for a in flexible paper covers or 31 cents r for n clothbound copy Address Dr K V aboveJ regulate and invlg liver and bowels One a ve two or three cathartic f1 Jt jtL d our consent to the dissolution of usIthat wo arc not only losing n be loved pastor whose heart has always gone out in sympathy to each of us in our sorrows and whoso words of cheer have giiided us in our perplexities but a friend who has at all times been ready and willing to help in all the affairs of our lives Wo desire to place upon the record of our beloved church this expression of our aUeotion for him personally and our high apprecia tion of tho purity of the Gospel he has preached to us in all the years of his ministry and tho power with which ho has preached it his untiring devotion to all tho interests of this church and the Church of Christ in our community the wis dom with which he has guided tho work of the church in all its details under conditions much more dim cult than those attending an or dinary pastorate and tho exem plary piety which has always char acterized his private walk and con versation among us GET READY FOR SPRING Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of a stuffy wantofozone condition in tho blood and system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Risers These famous little pills cleanse tho liver stomach and bowels and give the blood a chance to purify itself They relieve headache sallow complexion etc Sold by J W Gayle utwters Early Risers Tho famous little pills +PASSES RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT UPON THE DEATH OF J W MADIGAN The following resolutions of re spect upon the death of John W Madigan wore passed at a mooting of Lambert Young Council Y M J of this city Whereas It has pleased our Father to call to his eternal reward our young friend and brother Y M L John W Madiuan it is fit ting and Just that we subscribe our tribute to his sterling worth and many noble traits of character and in this resolution acknowlego our own great loss and extend to his devoted family all the true sympathy that possesses the heart of every member of our council HENRY F LUTKEMEIER Chairman W B OLBERMAN D J MuNAMARA Committee on Resolutions FranKfort Ky March 1900 COMMUNICATED Bloomington Franklin County Editor Roundabout Many friends of Mr Lawrence D Stuckor are desirous that ho should become a candidate to represent the county in the next Legislature Mr Stuckor is well known in this community and all the people regardless of party mire willing to tes tify to his moral worth high character and his ability to discharge tho duties of any position ho maybe called on to fill by his follow citizens This seems to bo an era for young men in public life and there is no man in tho county who would give more satisfaction to the people and who would represent the inter ests of the people of Franklin county more zealously thou Lawrence Stuckor His ninny friends all over tho county would welcome his can diduoy with enthusiasm and would rally to his standard anti elect him and earnestly ask him to announce his candidacy DEMOCRAT i iI J t RELIGIOUS ASCENSION E PIS C oP A L CHURCH Rov A B Chinn the rector will preach ut 11 a m and 780 p Lenten services vt I oclock p m on Monday Tuesday and Saturday Also service at 780 p m on Wed FridayTeachers at 715 on Fri day evening The public cordially invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCH Rev lI- B Adams D D the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool nt 945 a in in chapelBaraca at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at chapelLeader Subject Should Baptists Ob serve Easter Prayermooting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m Sundny schooL at 980 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets even ohnpolI meets Tues Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas So Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRov J McC Blayney D D will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tina Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermeeting at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRov J O A Vaught time pastor will preach ah a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 045 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe pas tor will preach at a m and 780 oclock p m The Deacons will submit their annual report at the 11 a m service Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 680 p mPrayermooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend WANTEDTo buy a good all purposes horse Must bo cheap Address S care this ollloe 81lt orIts the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds that old in consumption and death Watch time little colds Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup RACING COMMISSION APPOINTED The Governor has appointed time following goutlomon as time State Racing Commission John P Chinn of Harrodsburg Louis Dos Cognottes of Lexington Milton Young of Fayotto county E F Clay of Paris and Chas F Grain ger of Louisville f 31J a 4Ff PETIT JURIES = Tho following gentlemen compose the petit juries in the Circuit court Penal No ILouis Weltzel Frank French Leslie Young A W Rob erts George Moore Baja Moore Cash Young Martin Nolan R A Anderson A D Brown Eugene Bryant F M Duvall Panel No 2Coley Crockett Chas Harrod J1 Thompson M H Lucas Harry Shaw J N Bridges J H Sheets R E Haw kins Win Gatowood David Mc Allister Wade Triplett W IC Toombs Dr Shoopetas created at his his Laboratories a superior sweet toothsome candy tablet named Laxots The ingredients are on the very attractive little lithographed metal boxes in which those tablets art sold Laxets sell at the very low price of 5 cents per box A hotter safer or more certain laxative than Laxets is Dr Shoop believes absolutely impos sible Laxets are for Constipa tion Sour Stomach Bad Breath Sallow Complexion Biliousness Headache Dizziness etc etc Sold by all dealers GREAT ACTIVITY IN REAL STATE For the last few months the in quiry for real estate investments in this city and county have been un precedented There is hardly a day that there is not something doing in this line GASTORIABears thethe KM Signature rIof FOR SALE A lot of henv brown paper suitable for putting under carpets Apple at this office ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPED AUTOMATICA ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest I For and i Addreu HC KINQCP TA 111 E Main St Lexington Ky GARRETT General Manager C RINEARSON Q P Cincinnati 0 AittP GROW STRONG AGAIN t Nothing will relieve indigestion that is not n thorough digestant Koclol Dyspor si i Cure digests what you eat and allows the stomach to rest recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore the stomach and digestive organs to a full per formance of their functions nat urally and bring health and strength Sold byJ W Gayle BROKE GROUND Mr J Jud Brislan broke ground on Monday for his new brick resi dence on Third street between Shelby and Main It will be a very attractive and comfortable home for this clever family of good people Eggs Eggs Eggs Van DresserBlanchard LeghornsFTheEggs for Hatching 100 for 15 D GLANTON sotJi Frankfort Ky ASK FOR J E M When you want the Best Flour It is Best in Color 4 Best in Flavor Best in Nutrition And it wont fail you in a pinch Sold Only by Grocers We also handle meal and feed All orders promptly filled TILE J E 11 MILLING Co Frankfort Ky New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH I PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave In ij dully Tho evenlnc trains to sumo points 1010 p m dally Doublo dully service Through sleeping cur Hervlco for see Excursion tickets now on sale FraniFor 1nTray Pass Alt Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Otrn Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo i- ohii itt i t RoundaboutQ Y 0 I was glad yesterday I felt so strong so sure of God and myself Today all Is so different I can take up no old promises I can make no new ones It was the same cry ringing down the apes the same old selfish problem of humanity how to reconcile the wishes of the personal to the good of the common weal She was hon- estt in the conviction bringing her self face to face with the common place matteroffact thing which men call corporeal punishment and in being honest there was no baking down nor outIIt was such a pleasant day The first sign of spring hung in the spook of blue sky far above and away off heavenward a tiny wren perched on the nearby tree warbled her notes of love and home making the little branch laughed and mu sically ran over the rocks glad to escape at least from the Icy fetters Upon the desk was a bunch of blossoms brought by the boy who was a prisoner at the bnrwho had merited punishment and who must be corrected at the expense of feelings They were yellow jon quils lifting up the beauty of a r presence peculiarly sympathetic at such a time and ho the culprit was just the busiest boy in school A little hum of whispered study lingered in the air while the calm that follows even con centered f thoughts seemed more than per tinent Miss Smith united literature with arithmetic She had always had different methods o1 instruction from any other teacher this neighborhood had ever em- ployedt and the recitation on this particular morning was one calcu lated to attract attention and demand a respectful hearing The class in second arithmetic will please come to recitation The children arose with alacrity and filed into the long bench where after some bustle of arrangement they were quietly seated It was something unusual for the second class to be called first and Alice Mason asked If Miss Smith had not mistaken the hour Children replied the teacher You are all too young to realize the value of seedsowing or the consequences but you are not too young to be taught today one ob ject lesson which shall never be forgotten throughout each mortal life Did any of you ever read the story of how a balky horse became docile and obedient to its master No hand was lifted in response and she continued- A gentleman owned a valuable animal which would balk at the smallest provocation frequently stopping even with an unloaded wagon and no amount of persua sion or the whip had power to move him out of his tracks He would back his ears roll his eyes and evince every kind of vicious humor imaginable On this par ticular day his owner lost patience and being in a hurry as well as particularly anxious to continue on hiq journey ho got down from the seat and going to a nearby fence picked up a rail with the in tention of either knocking sense into the horse or knocking life out of temper of the man too was something awful and the poor dumb brute realized the coming conflict for lie cringed and trembled as if in fearful dread of the chas tizement coming Just as the man lifted his arm to make the first blow his hand was staid and a voice exclaimed Hold there my friend surely you are not going to beat that val uable animal with a fence rail Shame on you Anybody who will allow temper or passion to master them are but little better than dumb brutes Throw away that instru Mont of torture und be sensible for the time being Let me manage Tim Didnt I raise that chap from f his babyhood and know everyone of his whims and fancies like a book Sorry I over sold him Here Timmy old boy whats t the matter with you and your duty this morning Is the harness too tight Ill wager a dollar to a cop per that your collar is too small and the crupper is illy fit Dont you want a bit of sugar and be 1 good All the time the man was rearranging the harness fixing a strap and even lifting up a forefoot to examine the hoof and at last t putting an arm about the horses neck he whispered something in his ear at the same time giving a peculiar whistle and cracking the whip when Tim moved off as quietly and evenly as if nothing had ever happened He will go now my friend never fear and when you get back home remem ber he is mine at any price The children had listened to the recitation with intense interest and clapped hands when the story was finished delightedly tolling the teacher how much each had enjoyed it and that it would never be forgotten and as they left the class Miss Smith reminded the reImnintaken and ho sat down hat in hand nonplussed and discom fortedIt very quiet when the door was shut upon the two A honey boo imprisoned on the window pane made great buzzing to got out and the face of the little boy once so red and unreasonable looking grew calm in the silence My boy said Miss Smith do you know that you have not only disobeyed and broken the rules of school law but have displeased your parents and are subject to trial even before God and your teacher Do you recall the story of this morning and the reason why the man wanted to whip his horse Yesm The horse refused to pull Do you wonder why heI pulled when the friend arranged the harness or what word was spoken in the ear I reckon it didnt hurt no more and Tim was glad to hear the mans talking to him I wisht that had boon my horse Miss Smith gee but wouldnt we be bully friends You are like the horse Philip balky and disobedient Do you think I ought to beat you with a rod of correction to teach you how to co or what to do or whisper something into your inner hearing so as to awaken the sleeping spirit of the soul Do you love me Phi lip He lowered his eyes which were what you eat Quickest Cure all THROAT LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK with ears while his bosom heaved with unspoken sobs IIm sorry about it an II voit do hit no more I did mad at them boys teasin me but I love you Miss Smith She put her arms about his nook nnd dried his tears with the white purity of a consecrated sympathy They understood each other without going to and as she wiped his tears away breathed a prayer of grateful acknowledgment to God he whispered What that man said to Tim was you And Miss Smith as if she known it all the time Philip raised the window to lot out the boo and he together with the teacher went out into the sunshine reconciled It was a great battle that had been fought on the field of learning A greater victory gained than of shot and shell for one bravo woman found the key to the chamber of the entered in taken possession in the name of love N S COX April McOLUfE KELLYS ADVANCE Tho Security Insurance Com pany of New Haven announces the appointment of Mr MoClure with at Atlanta Mr Kelly began his insurance career with the Queen Insurance Company at the time their general agency was located in Louisville under the management of Mr J H M Morris He is well known among Louisville and Kentucky insurance men who will all be glad to know of his new connection Louisville Post April 2 Mr Kelly is the son of Mrs Wal ter Kelly nee Mattio McClure of Hopkinsville and is a nephew of Mr R K MoClure of this city Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrap purillM the blood Cerate heals ekln eruptions Free Free j 500 BOXES Father Williams Indian Tea AND Father Williams Indian llerb Tablets The new Liver land Kidney Cure to be given away on Saturday April 14 only by Drug Co the enterprising druggists of Frankfort Ky Liver Billiousness Constipation Indigestion Dys Sick IIeadache Back Ache and all Diseases of the Liver and Kidneys are quickly relieved and permanently cured by this wonderful medicine For Female Complaints it has no equal Cut out the coupon and to our store on the above date and receive a full package of this mar velous medicine I have a package of Father Williams Indian Tea and Father Williams Herb TabletsName Address Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests KILLTHI COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR100 Surest and for and l dim git law and 1smiJerJ had imprisoned any had childheart had had PnulIntheadquarters Frankfort Torpid pepsia bring received Indian 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE 1 u TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS clc Anyone sending a sketch and quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether an Invention la probably tloni strictly conUdentlal NANDEUOKonPatent- ssort free Oldest securing patents Patents taken through Mann receive tpeetal notice without change in the Scientific Jtotericati A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culatlon of any scientific journal Terms a year fonr months ft Sold brail newsdealers Bru Cod 61 I Broadway at New Yrfc The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has horjao the signature of A and has been made under his per 9sonal supervision since its infancy no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health 1Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIAfCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Igoric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotle substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the J iStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of f ctiheThe KIn You Have Always BoughtI Use For Over 30 n cmIt LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANYJ WINTER IMETABLE EFFECIIVE OCT 1905IEASTBOUND WESTBOUND NO No4 No1 INOS DailyExPM AM IA M P M Le Leave ArAr eI 7A510 Lexington 0 6os 810 825 Winchester 1010I 5X use 918 Clay City 489 406 923 Stanton 828 480 485 954 57 Natural Bridge 401 440 Torrent 1101I 87511 1029 Beattyville Junction 82T 610 1180 ITackson 223 SundayTrains on theO K Ry SterlingTrainsand local station JR BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A s OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No 22No No DallyMIs Mia A M Lye P M AMAr PMAr LvelIIo 88o 1120 0 280 08 K Junction 885 1126 Wilhurst 117 1152 Hampton 480 1158 Leo 510 1223 191 8481lbS Hetochawa 518 1228 f21 Cannel City 545 1245 27 Nos and will make close connection at O E Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent Queen and- DrescentRoute snoitest Route AN- DQuokct Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTABIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E DLflRKE T Pi A H Mill Street Lexliftoi Keitreky IMPORTANT CHANGE Louisville Hondorson and S1 Louis Railway HENDERSON ROUTE tit On and after April 1 1906 all trains of this Company from10thand Broadway insteadof from Seventh Street Depot formery Union Depot Lou isville Ky fL J IRWINCGeneral Passenger Agent- Louisville I Ky