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THE FRANKFORT ROMDABOU IGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEIIMS 100 In Adv VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APR 14 I9Ce NO 32 Attractive Oxfords t Three styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here s for women These three selected because they are especially charmingJi tLaird Schober fc Co Ribbon Tie IF 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 ff r If The New Pump IInfour leathers Black gun metal calf and black ooze 100 pat ii ent colt skin and blue suede at 500 Pumps met with great favor last season on account of the attractive appearance they give the foot and the ease with which they aro put on Our Pump this season does not slip at the heel 350 Patent dolt Oxford tOnestyle with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces t both with flexible turn soles and medium heels R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY A NTI VA COIN ATION Second DoseIt Ought to Tako tEditor Roundabout I assure you that I do not want iVto antagonize nor to interfere in f public health If my case is in the wrong I am assured of a good support which urges mo on There are two sides to all questions and the judge is to be the public A r presentation of facts and truths is mindjt The endorsement of vaccination so strongly by tho health board is a perpetual monument to their irorodit and will go down in history in memorial I do not attempt tot question their sincerity nor the good will they have for the publics health In presenting the facts of the terrible evils of this practice which has to its credit one death and over fifty emaciated arms and developed disease in this city with no proof to sustain its endorsement by the board of health I assure them that the public dues not and will not endorse the vaccination of the school children without physical examination I quote you this statement made before the B M 0 by ono of the I best medical authority Dr E E Hume That ho refused to vac cinate air Hs son on account of hereditary tuberculosis would give him free a certificate What do you think of that This statement alone condemns the manner of the board of health is trying to force t upon the school children Only trust to the results There has ap peared one had arm from the last inocoulation at hospital Wo trust there will bo no more The reports of some of the sur goons in the IT S Army during tho SpanishAmerican war at Camp Chickamauga giving tho details of tho ravages of vaccination Many arms taken off Tho on tiro army mado unfit for duty Many deaths attributed to it and tho condemna tlon of its use the statements too long to print hero Vaccine virus is one of tho commonest strongest poisons produced by nature It is tho same as found in a corpse and what tho uncivilized use in poison lug their arrows like tho rot in an apple one spook may contaminate an entire barrel Tho meat we eat t if loft to its natural course of fer mentation becomes putrid to such extent it would poison an army Now it is a positive proot that tho matter from a sore upon a healthy or diseased live or dead animal are analagous In former days the scab from a human was used and tho medical fraternity soon found that measles consump tion and all other diseases were transmitted so lately they aban doned the human scab to that of cow or calf corpuscles of blood so different These animals subject to all ailments like human can also be easily transmitted If the longer be not greater from tho sores of cow or calf lymph it isI more liable to become fly blown and impure by dirt and oitalls The danger is greater regardless of all precautions One scab the size of a nicklo can easily poison a thousand points and produce a thousand cases of disease the same animal was infected with There is not one point or fact that our health board or any other board can sustain their endorsement of vaccination It appears in the light of a skin game in two ways skin the people as well as their finances The medical science have mado wonderful discoveries especially surgery but they never will find a poison that will mix with tho human blood without loath and great danger It is as absurd as Ponce Do Leon in search for the fountain of youth or as tho medical science in search of olixor of life to restore tho aged to youth all of which presents absurdity upon tho face If the present facts are all that vaccination has to sustain it endorsement of tho Hoard of Health of Frankfort all that bo jto its credit it is a flimsy hold and I advise thorn to try some other poison on tho public that is if you want to get thorn out of the way faster than Vax does I assure the board of health that Im ready to bo converted if you will present facts stud truths and I will readily accept your Vac theory and be vaccinated If you can not dont ditto to stop tho schoolchildren from attending school I am endorsed by souse of tho medical profession in this city and I ask that you discontinue that poison and quietly drop this and never try to- Vaccinate tho children again or any one else In good faith to right a wrong J 4 1 BRILLIANT GRAND OPERA SEASON IN LOUISVILLE Mr Henry W Savages Celebrated FiftyPiecesComing to Macauleys Theatre in The Valkyrie Lohengrin and Tannhauser for Three Days Beginning Thursday Even ing April 12 limo most brilliant society and operatic event in the musical history of Louisville will be the Wag ner Opera Festival of three days beginning Thursday April ili when Mr Henry W Savages combined OperaCompanysicians will be at Macauleys Theatre for four performances Opera lovers in Louisville and surroundiulcities have been look rare occasion over since the first announcement that Manager Savage would send his splendid organization to us The company is famous as tho largest anti most expensive ag gation of artists musicians and productions that has over attempted a crosscontinent tour The slug ing forces alone number over 150 people To convoy tho enormous equipment of scenery costumes mechanical and electric effects a special Grand Opera train of fourteen coaches and seventyfoot baggage cars is required The company itself Is a combina tion of Mr Savages Parsifal and English Opera companies of last season there being ovor a score of prima donnas tenors baritones anti basses in addition to the great singing chorus of nearly 100 voices The repertory of operas is the most pretentious ever offered by a company of natlvo artists Wagners sonorous musicdramas have be come tho most popular of all the great mastenvorks and two of OporaFostivalperformance of Wagners symbols and mystic musicdrama the Valkyriofollowed by Lohen grin with its romance of tho Holy Grail Knight who rescues tho Princess Klsa its beautiful Wed ding March and other groat liar monies under Wagnorlan conductor Elliott Sohonok Lohengrin is specially lesorved for time Friday ovonings hill One of tho choicest offerings of tho engagement will bo Saturday night when Tannhauser with its immortal overture seductive Vonusborg music sung by Venus anti the Minstrel Knight the in spiring Pilgrims Chorus great aria for tho beautiful Elizabeth and poetic Song to tho Evening givenThoat gTho will bo arranged as follows Thursday evening Ap ijj Pro f 4 ludo at 7aOOHlho Valkyrie Friday evening April 18 Over LohengrinSaturday 14 Pro ValkyrieSaturday Over ture at 8 p in = Tannhauser Each opera will bo staged with the same elaborate attention that produotionsfamousup of tho host Englishsinging artists on the stare It has always been a part of slanj- agar Savages educational Emigllshprices no higher than those paid for other highclass theatrical attractions so that all classes of music lovers may enjoy the entire series of operas Accordingly the scale of prices will range from ll to 2 OiSeason tickets for all perform ances are now on sale at Monte uegroRIehm Music Co permitting patrons to select their seats for four performances in advance of the regular sale that opens on Monday April 9 at the theatreIMail and taining remittances payable to John T Macauley manager Macauloys Theatre Louisville Ky when accompanied by a selfaddressed and stamped envelope to expedite delivery will be filled as near as pos sible to location desired Excur sion rates have boon announced on all railroads within a radius of 100 miles of Louisville during the opera season WHY SO WEAK SappingYourPeople Have Learned This Fact When a healthy man or woman begins to run down without ap parent cause becomes weak lan grid depressed suffer backache urinarydlsortiersthe cause of it all Keep the kidneys well and they will keep you well Doaus Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys anti keep them well Here is Frankfort testimony to prove it Mrs T Thornton wife of T Thornton barber of 688 Shor- street says A constant dull ach mybackannoyed me for years On myblolebeen able to do any hard work about tho house at all There was a con stant irritation from tho kidney secretions and they were irregular unnatural and scalding Dean Kidney Pills were recommended t me so highly that I got a box a J W Gaylos drug store They wayItime and I have no hesitancy in recommending Doans Kidney Pills kidneytroubleFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Bufj falo N Y sole agents for United States- Remember tho name Doans and take no other- BITTEN BY DOG Miss Henrietta Roberts daughter of Col H H Roberts and wife was bitten by a dog on Sunday Fortunately tho wound was not a deep one The dog was later shot by Olllcer Hayden FOR TRAVELERS And those who fluid it not conveni lont to use Father Williams Indian oxcnlIlentHerbs and are a mild laxative but not a racking cathartic For Uonsltpation Sick Headache Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom aihHilliousnoss and Malaria they will ho found invaluable They are Regulatordoses fort Drug Co 8 FEASl OF IHE PASSOVER Our Hebrew follow citizens cole hunted the Feint of flue Passover this week commencing on Tuesday anti continuing through the week Little Colds Thousands of lives sacrificed every year Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures toldowntion BBSS Early Risers Tho famous little phis ix4 KdjL ofit UNEQUALLEDValues Dainty UDERIISLISCorset Corset Covers made of good quality muslin with 15cpriceCorset Covers made or goodmuslin neatly trim med with embroid ere d edges and insertions Special at values25cMany others made of Cambrics and Nansooks from 50c upwards GownsLadies Gowns made of good muslin with yoke of pretty embroidered insert ions finished with em GOctspe ial price OUU Ladies Gowns made yeyand 2 rows embroidered in sertion sleeves anti collar edged with embroidery This is a beautiful gown 85ctofl t made with high or low neck trintmedvitlt tucks 00eredMany other good values up to 250 PetticoatsLadies made of nice muslin flounce trimmed with tucks and 50eA 35ciLadies Petticoats made of good muslin trimmed with several rows of lace insertion tad edged with lace to match A beautiful effect undu special 150onlyLadies Petticoats made with tucked Nominee edged X100broiderv Many other good values up to 250 Misses Gowns oOc Misses Skirts 2oc Childrens Drawers 25 KAGINCu BRO 41 St Clair St at Bridge hC 1 Our 100 Wai- stuerEietI6EtflEiESa PERSONAL Mr C P Chenaiilt was in Louisville on Tuesday Mr Wm Ayers of Pineville was in the city Monday Miss Belle Giltner is visiting rel atives in Lexington Hon R W Miller of Richmond was here on Monday Mrs Howard T Gaines is visiting relatives in Paducali Dr U V Williams went to Paris on Thursday morning Rev Wm Crowe visited relatives in Richmond this week Mr Cecil Farmer has returned tfrom a visit to Danville Miss Bessie Crowe has returned from a visit to Danville Mr L H Ramsey of Lexington was in tho city Monday Miss Hallie Duvall visited friends in Louisville this week Mss Alice Farmer is visiting relatives at Lawrenceburg Mrs Thos A Hall has returned from a visit to Louisville Col It W Nelson of Newport was in the city this week Miss Tennio Robb has returned from a protracted visit east Mr Ed B Weitzel has returned from a trip to St Louis Mo Mrs Geo H Stohlin visited friends in Midway this week Rev C R Hudson visited his mother in Indiana this week Col Moses Glenn made a buslI floss trip to Louisville this week Col Chas E Hoge made a buss ness trip to Louisville on Tuesday Mr C W Hay has returned from the Now Orleans La Convention Mr R G Higdon and wifo have returned from a visit to Owensboro Mr H A Grettor and wife visited relatives in Pennsylvania this John D Griflln has returned Irons a trip to Ohio and West Vir ginia Col E H Taylor Jr imUle a ibusiness trip to Chicago Ills this Week Mr Snml Blank of Louisville spent several days in this city this weekMiss Drue Church and Miss Caro line Gray visited in Louisville this S C Bull is visiting her daughter Mrs W 1 Williams at IrvineJudge I1 Nunn and wife have returned from their old homo at Marion Mrs S M Saufley has returned from a visit to her old homo in StanfordMr W Macklin visited his daughter Mrs Koop in Louisville this week Mr Maury Komper of Lxoing ton attended the Court of Appeals MondayGen Hays wife and children are visiting at their old home in Pin evil le Mrs Albert Umethun has re turned from a visit to her old home at Uniontown Mrs Maggie Crockett of Dan yule was the guest of relatives here this week Mr Wm Leigh Jr of Wayne Pent was the guest of Mr Ed O Leigh this week Mr IC B Darn ley was the guest df Miss Caroline Brock at Crescent View this week Miss Lizio Hunt Chinn who has been visiting friends in Louisville thus returned home S N Jones of Eugnlie Fla IaMr A I Our B BBBB SDecials 4J 100 V2o of Dresses 125 150 TUB GREAT egEeBEBBBB33B laclr Sill at 50e 75c 1 f5e Towels of New Goods J I I was the guest of his father Mr W B Jones this wool Mr G Allison Holland of Lox ington was in attendance upon the courts here Monday Mrs Anna VanDerveer visited her son Mr R A VanDorveer at Lexington this week Mr Pryor Perry of Warsaw was tho guest of Col Ed E Abbott South Side this week Mr 1 M VanDerveer has moved hack from Edgowood to his home on Shelby street Miss Catherine Dear of Louis ville is the guest of her sister Mrs W H Van Winkle Capt W F Dandridge and wife left Tuesday for a trip to Washing ton City and New York Mr Carleton Gaines left Monday for Pittsburg Penn where ho will make his home in future Mr J M Hallnan wife and daughter Miss Kate have returned from a visit to Louisville Maj A M Slack wife and son are visiting her parents Dr Bryan and wife in Georgetown Mrs Sidney A Powell who has been visiting her parents at Mays villo has returned home Mrs M R R Day and Miss M J Russell have returned from a visit to relatives in Texas Mr Jas L Newman local correspondent of the CourierJournal spent Sunday in Louisville Judge George DuRolle 9f Louis ville was in attendance npon the Court of Appeals this week Col Jas E Stone Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives was in the city on Wednesday Mr John G Simrall and wife of Lexington were guests of Mr S D Johnson and wife this week Mrs L P Tarloton and daughter Miss Christine Reynolds have re turned from a trip to Washington City Mrs R M Bergman and sou Vnsteru of Irvine are guests of her patents Capt r II West and wifeMiss Nell Tobin of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs Mary E Frazier has returned 1 M Minish of Gratz who has been the guest of Dr L Minish and wife has returned home Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr Goo F Berry at Juniper Hill this J B Lewis of this olilce spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of his cousin Mr Jas A HodgesMr S Tyo and Mr G B Denham of Williamsburg wore in attendance upon the courts here MondayMr C Strother and Mr Samuel Avritt of Louisville at tenaded time Court of Appeals on MondayMrs Genevieve Samuels and daughter Miss Lucille have returned from a visit tD relatives in LouisvilleMiss Robinson who has been the guest of her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad has re turned homo Mr Jos Shiveley wife and son of Louisville who have boon guests of Mrs Tlios P Rogers have re turned home Mr John P Hanlov and wife wore called to Louisville on Tues day by tho death of his father Mr P M Hanley Mrs Geo WChinn who has been visiting her still Mr Julian Chinn at College Lexington line returned homo Misses Stella and Minnie Good night of Georgetown who have been guests of Mrs McEnuis South Side have gone home Mr John B Lindsey Jr of West Pascagoula Miss visited his parents Mr 1 B Lindsey Sr and wife Wapping street Mrs Mary F Blakomoro and Mrs W S Farmer were called to Sholbyvillo on Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs Barrlnger Judge J H Hazelrigg attended the funeral of his old comrade in the Confederate Army Col Tlios Johnson at Mt Sterling on Tues dayMr Tlios Rodman and wife who have been at French Lick Springs Ind have returned to this city and are with his mother Mrs Guy Barrett Capt Mervin Patient went to Louisville on Wednesday to hold the election for Colonel of tho First Regiment Kentucky National GuardsRev Walter Vreeland of Pensa cola Fin who hits been the guest of his brother Mr Hubert Vree land returned to Louisville on Thursday Mr Millard F Wood of the In ternal Revenue Collectors Office Lexington was the guest of his motherinlaw Mrs R M Trumbo this week Mr David P Davis and wife and Mr L Samuels have moved into their handsome dwelling house recently purchased from Mr Tlios E Kennny on Third street Mr Russell A Baker wife and child visited her parents Mr N r McDaniel and wife this week Mr Baker returned to Louisville Monday Mrs Baker and child will remain for some time Mrs Maggie G Claik of Lex ington Mr Edward L Brown wife and daughter little Miss Frances of Pleasant Hill Missouri were in the city Tuesday and Wednesday the guests of their cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis 421 Second street BUYS HANDSOME LOT Mrs Pat Newman Sr has pur chased from Mr John W Johnson the desirable lot lying between his residence and that of Mrs Kate Patton on Fourth Avenue Mrs Newman expects to erect a hand some residence on the lot in the near future = GET READY FOR SPRING Living indoors so much during tho winter months creates a sort of a study wantofozone condition in the blood and system generally Clown up and got ready for spring Take a few Early Risers Those famous little pills cleanse the liver stomach and bowels and give tho blood a chance to purify itself he relievo headache sallow com plexion etc Sold by J W Gayle FALLS INTO CELLAR As Mrs C E Kennoy mother of Messrs O Cand T B Konnoywas coming out of the Bazaar Store onI Main street on Wednesday after noon she stepped into the collar door which had been left open sustaining severe injuries Dr Good rich was called and attended her LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full line of all time latos- styles in wall paper Call cud examine stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tfISOUTHERN GROCERS ASSO CIATION Jacksonville Fin 1885 round trip Tickets on sale April 1515 31td it1f Our 50c- CORSETS ththBB lOUR 150 iCURTAINS WEITZEL Easter Week SalewarwroYemv You will find our Dress Goods positively the cheapest and best All wool Crash Suitings 50c 50 inch Sicilians only 50c Mohairs and Checks in all shades 50c Big Bargains in Ladies Suits Eton Suits 1250 1500 1800 worth 1500 and 2000 any other place Ladies Coats and Jackets 500 750 875 upto date garments ALL SHADES OF HIBBONS 25c quality only I9c for Easter e3i1ks27 inch Habiti Silk all shades 50c Warranted Gloves Belts and Neckwear in great variety F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is 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 SOME THING Jf you need a now vehicle of any t buyingVeing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and louver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GolVERSAILLES KY- GH K WAIID M BIWWXfXGI President Sec and Treas TIM MURPHY Americas Greatest Character Com edian Conies to Capital Theatre April 19 presenting Rufus Rugg Tim Murphy appears to have found another success in his new comedy Rufus Rugg which he presents in this city at the Capital Theatre on April In and to again have selected a rolo that fits Ills own personal peculiarities to a nicety for he is appearing in a de lightfully droll character that of mantkindly lovable disposition and a selfsacrificing nature that endears him to all with whom ho comes into association Such a role is within tho line followed so successfully by the late Sol Smith Russell and in such characters Tim Murphy is today the ono and only distinguished exponent Mr Murphy has given us many fine presenta tions in seasons gone by and has always charmed us by his masterly portrayal of whatever character ho riIL a J essayed His methods arc at all times legitimate and subdued alwaysboon ti since endeared himsolf to theatre tollea t that is well worthy of him and as the play was especially written for him by Paul Wistach tho woll known literary writer it should prove ono of the most enjoyable treats ho has offered for some time TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the ShorilF of Franklin CoulltyjpublicSmithsan excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Rackacho Strains Old Soros Poisonous Rites Sore ness through tho Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and tho like having used it in my family for years truly223tn Itt t jii tl t IA SUPERS C FElFlING I Suits and- Jackets Just nt the time to get tho best wear We are offering source most desirable styles nt unusunl Prices ONE LOT SUITS in Eaton or Coat Styles Black Blue or Grey 2500 ONE LOT 2000 Styles in Greys Blues or Blacks at 1500 NEW It N SCHEDULEfro LOUISVILLE SUNDAY Afternoon Train from Lexington One Hour Later Sunday Only Train Arrives Late in Evening A new schedule by the Louisville Nashville will be put into elleot on Sunday April 15 between Lexington and Louisville Passengers will not have to change cars between Louisville and Cincinnati from the train which leaves the First street station Louisville at 720 n m This train will ho operated direct to Cincinnati while a train which will leave the Tenth street station at 740 a in will go to Lexington direct This train will moot the Cincinnati train at Lagrange and passengers who Inadvertently take the First street station train may Iohaugo for Lexington at Lagrange LATER SUNDAY TRAIN Among the changes from tho present time table is the operation of tho II Sunday only train from Louisville to Lexington This formerly left tho First street station at 5 p m but after Sunday will leave at 680 p m arriving in Lox ington at 920 The official announcement of tho change in time and new schedules is as follows This is to advise that commenc ing Sunday April 15 all trains operated over this lino between Louisvillo and Lexington will arrive at and depart from the Union Station Tenth and Broadway Louisville Ky This change in stations will obviate transfer for passengers destined to points on the Lexington line arriving at that station on Louisville Nashville trains as well as Louisville Hen derson St Louis Pennsylvania lines and Monon route trains Fol lowing will be leaving and arriving time EASTBOUND No 18 leave Union Station at 7lO a m arrive Lexington 1050 a m daily except Sunday No 15 loaves Union Station at 2 p ll arrives in Lexington 522 p in daily except Sunday No leaves Union Station 520 p in arrive in Lexington U20p in Sunday only WESTBOUND No 17 leaves Lexington at 885 a in arrives Union Station at 1205 p in daily except Sunday Nu 15 loaves Lexington S10 p nu arrives at Union Station at 580 p in daily except Sunday No loaves Lexington 7 a in arrives Union Station at 1010 a m Sunday only Train No 18 leaving Union Sta Dress Goods Some choice effects in New Greys nt 50c anti 100AVhito Sicilians splendid value 50c Fine All Wool WhitoScrge 65c Fine Black Voiles exceptional values nt 100 Silks 36in Neat Checks 100 Wash Goods 30in Wool Finish Batiste as pretty as wool goods only 20c t a tion at 740 a m will connect at Lagrange with train No 10 which will leave First and Water street station at 720 a m for Cincinnati and intermediate points Passen gers leaving First and Water street station on train No 10 for points on tho Lexington lino will transfer to train No 18 at Lagrange IN THE SAME OLD WAY Theyve found out how consumption- may bo positively cured Ills that used to worry people need no longer bo endured Theyve discovered lymphs and plainlyIever growing old They are finding out the microbes theyre advancing day by day But people keep on dying in tho same oldfashioned way Word may come tomorrow morning that some horrible disease Has been mastered by some doctor hero at home or over seas They are stopping all the fevers and arresting all tho ills That the human form is heir to with their serums and their pillsIThey are causing men to wonder at their triumphs every day But people on dying in the same oldfashioned way What a wondrous thing is science they can take a germ from you An consult its inclinations and ex ploit its foibles too They have found out that tho Etom ach is of very little use They can master all its functions with tho gizzard of a goose They are cutting they are doping theyre advancing day by day But people keep on dying in tho saute oldfashioned way TIP BITS ll A BADLY BURNED GIRL Or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bueklcns Arnica Salvo is applied promptly GJWelch of Tekonsha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pilo cure known Best healing salvo made 25u at all drucgists TO HAVE FISH FRY Col J A Scott will give his annual fish fry at his country home Indian Rock on Main Elkhorn before circuit court closes The bar otllcials and friends will be thereDOES IT DO ANY GOOD What good does it do you to oat if your stomach fails to digest tho food None It does you harm causes belching sour stomach flatulence otc When time stomach fails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after each meal will digest what you oat and makes tho stomach sweet Kodol is a thorough digest ant and will alTord relief from any disorder duo to imperfect digestion or aittssiutilatiou Sold by J W Gayle Carpets Why not freshen np tho homo for the bright summer days Wo can help you with tho lowest prices on tha prettiest line of Rugs Mattings Carpets andLace Curtains JUST RECEIVED I 2Gly LETTER LIST The following is a list of the ad vortlsed letters for the week ending April 14 1906 Adams Miss Martha Andrews Roy Bourlnml W E Campbell E W 12 Castle U W Clark Miss Matilda Cooper C W dram F 1L Crockling Miss Pauline Davis Bros Douglass Black Fink David C Foreman Robert Is Gault Mrs O M 2 Gentry Miss Christina Graham William H Grtnuly Miss Porley G no ins S T Htwkins Mrs Eliza Henry C W John Martha Kelly Miss Mary B Magoe Sam 3 lnnatll Glenn wood Park Mescheudorf D Miller E K Miller Henry Perry William P Potterson H S Reese Ralph J Sampson E M Stidham James C Stouten burg Chester Wnltson Fred Persons calling for the above lot tors will please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M nom HAND OUT While Dr Bernard Ebnor was handling a bottle at tho drug store of Elmer Co on Thursday the bottle crushed and the looters right hand was severely out Sur ghoul attention was rendered and ho is doing well TIlE PREMiER 4 I ll E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort m rJif1ii L Little Things You Need BoltsGloves Hose Neckwear Ribbons And we have the pret tiest Styles at the most Reasonable Prices Come to see the Novelties 50 Shirt Waist Boxes 98e CJAe3SIR ROGERS SONS II OLD TAYLOR KENTUCKY WHISKEY k- yf TIEAPPOINTEDI We are very much gratified at tho reappointment of our old friend and brother Capt R R Perry as postmaster at Winchester Capt Perry has tirade a most efficient und popular ofllcer He enters upon iiis third term at once Accidents come with distressing frequency on the farm Cuts brulso stings sprains Dr Thom as Eclectrio Oil relieves the pain instantly Never safe without it BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dee 1904 B Cars iesivo Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a in to 11 p tux except Sand 10 1in exceptLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour front 0 a in to 11 p m except S and 10 p mi Leave Georgexown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 p m except 8 and 10 p in Car 11 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown tat 130 p in Leaves Georgetown sit 10 n in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 In Leaves Paris 115 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre 1U1ties11111 for school business and funnily tickets can comIPluysstreetE Phone 010 Homo Phone 1274R tf T GUXN Manager FREE RECLINING CHAIR CA US The Southern Railway have in latjsUlilJOand 5 p m daily and nmniiiv solid to Evansville without change This line also operates free reclining chair ears on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper IoulsIrho I TO EDUCATE HOWARDS BOY Col Lum Simons of Louisville has undertaken to care for and educate Earl Howard the tenyear old son of Mr Jas K Howard the noted prisoner This is a gracious and generous act on the part of Col Simons HA NfSOJIE EASTER EDITION iOnr friend Mr John W Fowling AdocateIire 1owling is a clever and hustling now gntllllrol and is mak Advocate C a fix 0 KL a 3 Bears theiha MofTHE LIVER QUARANTINE HIS TEALS OUT Jfllurried eating has ruined man n mano stomach The digestiondestroying process is gradual often unnoticed at first But it is onlv a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who 1pcnseentire system It locks in the diseased germs ntul body poisons and affords theinJ full play inviting some serious illues4 CJIu families where August Flower is usedi n sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments aa well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and ki n and blather affec tions No wellregulated family should remelyQTrrodruggists For sale by J W Gaylo 1 f THEFranRfortRounflaDout Entered at the postolltoc lit Frankfort Ken tuck nssocoiulelass muilnblo mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT APR 14 1906 STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS Mrs Mary Tobin received a dis- patch1 from Pine Bluff Ark on Wednesday bringing the sad nows that Miss Mary Ann Purcell now Sister Cecilia nn adopted daugh ter of Mrs Tobin had been stricken with apoplexy at the nunnery in that city Sister Cecilia joined the nuns at Nazareth when site was living in this city and went from Nazareth to Holly Springs Miss Little Rook Ark and finally to Pine Bluff She is remembered well by our older citizens when she lived woman died at morning The brought to Naza Tobinta GAMBLING stirred up munici pal matters on Wednesday by ask ing Mayor Hume if the police force had taken the antigambling oath as required by law It developed that this had been overlooked That night Mayor Hume summoned the police and had the oath administered and issued instructions for a vigorous enforcement of the law against gamingWe see now whether this is doneIf It is said there are several gambling joints running READ THEMTHEY WILL AMPLY REPAY THE TIME We begin in this issue the pub lication of a series of articles under the caption Knives by one of our most valued lady friends of the old time who is a graceful and forcible writer and we bespeak for them a careful reading assuring our readers that they will thor oughly enjoy each chapter Our friend has also promised to contribute some reminiscences of Frankfort of the long ago which will be equally as interesting and t instructive BUYS HANDSOME BUILDING hastoCo the handsome threestory building on the corner of Main and r St Clair streets where this com pany is now located The Kentucky River Mills office and the office of Rev Dr J McC Blarnoy will be vacated May 1st when Judge T L Edelen who is the president of the Trust Com puny will move into the second floor and will occupy all the rooms on that floor The amount paid for the building was 20000 which is considered a good one f I FIFTY CENTS conditions the l mgain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a 1 ififtycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies Landchildren In other K conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot rir be built up in a day tk In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken kYasnourishment a food f rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and t weak digestions Send for free sample Scott Bowne 409415 PurISt ChemistsNew York t soc and 100 All druggists Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros traced Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large per centa e trace the cause directly to deadly LaGrippe It is a germ disease and makes a direct attack upon nerves putting an extra strain upon them at the time ity is at the lowest ebb If LaGrtppe has left you with a shattered nervous with loss of of energy insomnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies you strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity- I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those Who have suffered from that dreaded disease LaGrippe I suffered sev eral weeks with it and nothing I tried seemed to benefit me in or form I suffered almost death and Tina ly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built up shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it want to say each and everyone has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant relief by getting a bottle of Dr Miles Nervine Insist on havin it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will benefit I remain Mu GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad SIR KNIGHTS ATTENTION Frankfort Commandery No4 Knights Templars will attend the morning service tomorrow at 11 oclock at the Christian Church and it is the wish of the Eminent Commander that all of the Sir Knights will be at the Asylum promptly at 1030 in full dress without sword Visiting Sir Knights and those sojourning in the city are courteously invited to attend and go with the Commandery whether they have uniform or not 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 peoplelivingand colds prevail I find it quickly ends them It prevents Pneu monia cures LaGrJppe gives won HayFeverstrong enough to ward oil Con sumption Coughs and Colds 60c and 100 Guaranteed by all drug istsrlrial bottle free HANDSOME NEW MOTOR CAR The handsome new motor car Of the Frankfort and Versailles Trac tion Co made its initial trip on Monday rooming It ran from the powerhouse and attracted great attention us it made its way around tho corner of Main and St Clair streets where It halted for a few moments as tho curve was pretty still It backed away a short distance and thei made a quick run and easily made the turn ALTITUDE ABOVE THE SEA LEVEL The United States Geological Survey Corps has ascertained tho exact level of this city above tho sea They have affixed a plate in the base of the wall of the CUstom- house at the northwest end which is about throe feet from the ground This plato gives the height at 512 foot above the sou fMR WM CROMWELL HAS A BURGLARY CASE On Wednesday night a negro burglar broke into the residence of Mr Win Cromwell on Shelby street near tho now capitol grounds Tho man was discovered by a colored normal school scholar who is house boy for Mr Cromwell DAMAGED BY FIRE Wo regrot to learn that the clothing manufactory of Columan Bros of Louisville of which Mr J Dudley Coleman formerly of this city is a member was badly damaged by fire on Sunday last The loss was partially cowered by insurance However quite a number JOfem ployes are thrown out of work 1M- It THE KERMESS A Brilliant Festival of Sung and Dance Society in Louisville is now all excitement over an entertainment which will bo given the last of April under the auspices of tho Womans Club It is to ho aKermessa bonuti ful festival of dancing and tableaux anti will take place at Maoauloys Theatre on Monday Tuesday Wed nesday and Thursday evenings April 23 24 25 and 20 with special matinees for children on Tuesday Wednesday tutu Thursday when Tho Sleeping Beauty will bo Kermess will consist of a series of beautiful dances in which the most prominent young men and women of the city will take part and each dance will be in charge of some matron who will act as ohaperone There will be the dances of the Nations Spanish Irish Indian War Dance French Minuet Dutch Scotch Reel English Hornpipe the Four Seasons and the sextet from Fantana The young people who will take part will be elab orately gowned in specially de signed costumes Dazzling scenes in tableaux and motion will make an entrancing spectacle well worth seeing and long to be remembered Miss Lila Agnew Stewart of New York is in charge of the perform ances and has the rehearsals well under way The Louisville production will make the seventieth time she has successfully directed such an affair and this one promises to equal if not excel her former entertain orders for reserved seats can be sent to Macauleys Theatre after the 10th of April A YOUNG MOTHER AT 10 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had in the prime 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 50o Guaran teed by all druggists WRECKED BUGGY Mr George Speer of the Auditors Office was coming to the city from his home at 4lton when the horse became unmanageable and kicked the buggy to pieces throwing Mr Speer out Luckily he was not much hurt Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the Inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for croup and constlU1t1yincroaslng of the fact of its absolute useful ness Sold byl W Gayle EYE PUT OUT A colored man who was em ployed at the now capitol quarry was so unfortunate as to have his eye put out by a splinter of rook striking him in it on Wednes- dayOASTOBXAeBears theThi KM Signature of y genuineLaxativethe remedy that cur n cold In one day CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and tho rich patient too can do much bettor at homo by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreois made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rost and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive cnn taltingGormanlarly Should you ho able to go to a warmer climo you will find that of tin thousands of consumptives thorn tho fow who aro benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman S ruprlrinl bottle 25c regular size 75c A tall drug gists yr Pleasant to JakeJ Laxatfve Syrup1 J f t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a Jnormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege Jtable Compound and if used in Constipation will about a complete cure ridding you of such bringfSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Bloated Feeling etcw ti Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better any other you have tried thallIALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows i Thresher Machine OiliTarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Sittings and Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGG Hardware Paints Oils EtcI0 value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade t Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL s 216 St Clair StI Frankfort Kentucky Pr Condition rowuern are just whutn horse nerds when iu bud condition Tonic Hood purifier unf vermifuge They arc not food f medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price S cents per package For sale by J VV Gayle and LeCompte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves in Arrives 74511 m Now Orltttuw Hiifditl No iiiOl i in Arrives p in No lai Local Mull No lJL in inIliNt 111I11rli7rtFor Piiducali ConiiLction to and fron Kliabotli townHodginvilloiind uxc nt no Sunday Kurviuo to BllzllhcthtowlIlIlHl Hodgen villu Htops tit ill Htations No Accommodation No Leaven IM p in Ar lves m For Central City Connititlni service to nodmwillo nod uxcopt oil Sundays Stop at all stations A Train HUll Daily 4 1 soutnern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from j Lexington and TO Louisville I I St Louis and the West i Two Trains Daily as followsaLLe- ave Lexington 510 a in Lou isvillo 900 a in Arrivo St Iotlie- ti12 p Carrying vostlbuled coaohes and CaforObsorvation Parlor Car Meals a changeLoavoisville 1015 p m Arrive St 2Carrying l Cars and Pullman Sle porthroi a without change Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Kyl234 Fourth Avet ill l 1I W LTi1 M WATCHES ARED6CARRi EO ALL OVER THE WORLD r WtM11NyNtwN1IIILLa4 Cases plain simple and ornate l I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD Written for the Roundabout TEACHERSTHURSt I DAY Going to school reminds one of jtho little pigs going to market one who stays at homo take in the thought of practice perfected the one who goes to school of knowledge gained On this one spring morning Mr Youngfellow intended to prove the truth or fal lacy of tho assertion and arranged liip program formulated his recita tions and smiled in anticipation at the concurrent results He re sumed In future I shall avoid looking backward or forward I shall endeavor to look upward and happy faculty those roseat blossoms of youth What hopes are enveloped in the submission to the inevitable what wisdom en lowed what courage sustained what exertion required to pave the road to upward attainment and to light the battles of life with the ex cellent weapons of offense and de lonce A small scrap of restricted law and bylaw assorted itself just so as the bell was rung for to take up Something 11was wrong on the scholastic hori A faint cloud of warning Jung out the danger signal and when Ben Tarver and Sam Fleming came to blows in the very doorway of the teachers presence it was time to climb down from the airy nothings of faraway might be to of promp And positive obedience to every rule and woe be to the boy or the f girl who would dare to break rf of the least in his curriculum o I law and order so in a brusque and mandatory tone his voice quiver ing with suppressed anger and ex are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you are subject to Attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt P had shortness of breath rapid heart boat heartburn or palpitation of tho heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expandswell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes ii Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the t body Cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation of the mucou of the Stomach makingmyimmrdlatsMRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Van N Y stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I heart trouble with took Kodol Dyspepsia for about four months and it cured me D KAUBLE Nevada What You Eat It prepared at too Lab oratory of EOD Wltt trial or ant ilct OoOhleaaotr6l For sale by JW lo y J 7 KEEPING CHATGH 5 Is necessary to every man who in life The kinds we sell are to give you one of mans strongest assets if you will obey them standard and movements here and we willingly guarantee them to be M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler succeedIt IYsoon wasT dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia DigesI illbad itiiDollubottIholdr214 A GOOD would succeed guaranteed punctuality Only reliable find place accurate timekeepers citement he demanded the reason for the recent exhibition of flsti culture and the cause of same Ben Adams proffered the ex pected reply Both boys are to blame teacher They claimed a andsneither would consent to give it up Is the knife yours Ben Traver Yes sir it is mine Is the knife yours Sam Fleming 5 Yes sir it is mine Get to your books children We shall discover relative propositions when time hour arrives Let me hoar no further whisperings over the matter The reading of the Psalms was hurried and the routine of class hearing as uninterest ing as so many thrlcotold tales even the atmosphere of the school room seemed oppressive and un duly debilitating the children yawning and twisting about as if devoid of incentive and altogether miserableA hoard on the door and in walked the superintendent Mr Joy He was a Jollyfaced good humored looking man who imme dately won the attention of the children and outlined the psychic element of an attractiveness seen and felt in the sympathetic meaning of the term He asked numberless questions and evidenced interest in the cur rent events of student life Taking up the class work from the lesson of the hour which was history he gave in brief explicit language the surveyorttrayed the young mans profes sional career How he gave up his offin the ordeal prepared him for the destined future and fitted him at tho hour for the time when he should need the very preparation then undergone for his countrys honor his countrys freedom- It was well done limo children received the instruction with atten tiveness All the haze of indiffer ence had passed away and even tho fighting proclivities of the bel ligerents seemed merged in a desire to emulate the oxamplu of the Father of America Other classes followed Mr Joy bringing into each recitation some thing of itself When tho timo came for a judge and a jury he asked to bo allowed to conduct time preliminaries and to select the jury Both requests wero readily granted and time jury was empan eled lion and Sam should be their own lawyers anti conduct their own cases It was a novel yet exciting suit and the evidence drawn out proved that the knife belonged to Dan Jones who lied lost it in tho early fall and the jury gave it to him without a dissenting vote Tho verdict of guilty was declared in tho case of fighting und both boys wore required to apologize to the teacher tho school und whon they mutually agree d to make friends such a shout wont up as to shake the visitors of tho old log sohoolhouso The Kuporintoudonfc had gained a victory Ho had made friends for life Ho had turned tho foot of tho teacher toward tho highway of learning and made possible tho uUuoalion of tho children If time patrons and tho tru toes had only boon present what a greater cause had boon os poused but alas this was but ono of a number of schools where tho i tIoQd children were all orphans and the trustees were absent from lack of interest or want of encouragement in the enforcement of duty Mr Joy dwelt at length uponthese pro found trusts saying that if the fathers did not take more interest in the education of the children that the mothers should undertake to hold the reigns of government and become trustees and custodians of its birthrights- Mr Youngfellow thanked the visitor in his own as well as the names of the children and during the rest of the day returned re newed thanks for a number of things explained to him and of which he stood so much in need It mattered very little if the regular text books recitations were not followed to the letter because the superintendent had discovered a Milton a Franklin and a H Howard in the company of boys and resolved to aid these in securing employment and scholarship In his own city of industrial celeb rity Thursday had now enwoven about its sacred precincts the new possibilities of success There had arisen in the small rural confines the promise of a great reward to be found at the end of school And the conscious occasion was the present opportune moment of for ward endeavor- I heard laughter and sweet voices as we drove by on our homeward journey School had been dismissed Sam and Ben were arm an arm beside the teacher who was smiling and arranging a fishing frolic in the early vacation Peace was in the air and the feeling of security was a sure sign of the visit of Mr Joy N S COX April 1906 Get Dr Snoops Free Book on Rheumatism Dr Shoops Rheumatic Tablets are sold by all dealers DISTINGUISHED GEOLOGIST DEAD Prof N S Shalor of Cambridge Mass for many years in charge of tho Kentucky Geological Survey died on Tuesday last of peon monia aged about SO years Eat a Laxet at bod time and feel bright the next tiny Sold by all dealers Heres Just the Right Bowel Laxative ii Gentle SurePleasant to TakeA Tried and True Genuine Natures Remedy IIf you do not have tree easy nnd regular movements of tho bowels you luck the prime and tlrst essential of rood health Theres snore harm dono than snore uncomfortableness slug gishness and blllousA ness retention of food wastes in tho bowelsfl pollutes Irritates and poisons You the circulatory sys tern tho blood a scavenger instead of a fountain of purest llfoandun tainted vitality A Tho ills of eon Btipatlon are is not tritllni but Dearly always arc fraught with vital Laxets slunltkurue Seek your relief in Nut u r c Accept the Kcntlo natural alilof Lax etsi Ho sure not to force andcrowd the dell sate organs ol the stomach Avoid all tho Jan ir e r o powerful and unknown toed iclncs Your safety Bpiitul your health are always secured yoirwx n o Laxets The formula Is on every box show it to your fam physician Lax cts are put up in a tint metal case in handy tablet form one tablet taken fore mettle or on retiring always brings relief Pleasing to take the most potent yet gentle of ull remedies a genuine help of Natures a bowel laxative which cures coastlput Keo commended and for sale by ALL DEALERS want to argue the CASE with WEyou and help you make this thresh ing season a success 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 Capital Foundrg Wacfiino Compang Apr 7lm HUNG JURY The jury in the case of Common wealth v Harry Hall colored for murder in the circuit court on Tuesday were unable to agree and were discharged They stood seven for death four for twentyone years and one for two years GROW STRONG AGAIN Nothing will relieve indigestion that is not a thorough digestnnt Kodol Dyspei eli Cure digests what you eat and allows the stomach tort st recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore time stomach and digestive organs to a full per formance of their functions nat urally and bring health and strength Sold by J W Gayle z DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron the Magnificent Steamers of Leaving foot of Madison Street Dilyat after arr aloCmorning trains Returning arrive Week Sundaysqoop Fare to Detroit 7jc unlimitedroundtrip Jias Excursions to Detroit and return Week Days Si Sundays Tolt Hurou and return a delightful two days trip only gjoo meals and berth extra Special Ratej to Societies Close connection at Detroit with steam ers for liuffalo the Sou Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write R TrKyt WH OOLDEH0fPH C Dtmoir e roes Plants Villas For the Spring of 1906 the BLUt GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer a fnll stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb paragus etc We employ no agents Strawberry and General Catalogue on ap plication to M108m H F HILLENMEYEB SONS One Lone Bed Bug- If you find one lone bed bug nUll are quick enough to outeh workIHrf a large following When theres one seen there are generally many more hidden away in cracks and crevices If meas tires are not immediately taken thereia very short time too A liberal use of GAYLES SEB BUG KILLER Iwill shortly annihilate the army of bugs You cannot got at the work to quickly Its even a good idea to use tho bug killer u pre caution you never can toll when you move into a different house what you will find Gayles Bed Bug Killer is Guaranteed Put up in 8 oz botltes with brush Price 25 Cents iiW GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and BtOluJ WilYJFrankfort Ky jl ATTENTION FARMERS l1 I WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF- Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded f Fences j II w No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is madeJ of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by Buggy RugsHardware Merchants of All Kinds F miflr M fir r 307309 Main St t MARRIED WRIGHTMITCHELL t the residence of the officiating minis ter on Wednesday Mr L P Wright and Miss Gertrude Mitchell both of Hatton were married by Rev Win Crowe of tho Southern Presbyterian Church p A SIXTYYEAR FISHING REEL The durability and perfection of superior hand workmanship is finely reflected in a fishing reel re cently repaired by Mr J W Milan This reel of No size bears th stamp name of B F Meek and the date 846before the Mexican war It has also engraven on it the name- of Robt Frazier grandfather o Mr R E Frazier City Engineer After many years use by the f grandfather and then by tho father of Mr Frazier by whom it is now I owned it passed through the fire of a dwelling house that was wholly burned damaging some of the outer works and giving it a hard rubber color But the solid metal and gearing stood the fiery ordeal suc cessfully and after a few repairs I by Mr Milam the reel runs a smoothly told as charmingly as h just from the hands of Mr Meek i sixty years ago Whilst fire can not destroy the ftiMeek k Milnn reel neither can water harm them for a resident ol Tennessee sent to tho shop fo cleaning a reel that had for twen itono years been lost in a stream and which when the mud and grit t was removed run as merrily a everA Detroit broker lately wrote i that lie hail for years been fighting i against buying a Milam reel but as he was now afraid he might die without owning one ho enclosed an order for a No 3 Ho had evI- dently read how tho great actor Joe Jetlerson had in his will left his Milam reel to ExPresident Cleveland BACKACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS Are quickly relieved and perma neatly cured by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy gathered in thn Rocky Mountains Puro and sim AetlikeBladder cums Backache Cannes tion of tho Kidneys Rheumatism Gout Jaundice and Brights Disease Give it a trial and bo con vinced Put up in Tea and Tablet form 20 and 81 cents a package For SlJl by Frankfort Drug Co SALE TO TAKE PLACE MON r DAY 4Itwill bo remembered that Mr D L Kennedy sold his handsome II Raleigh Cafe on St Clair street to Peter Ailund of Luuis villo somo time slice Arlund seemed to think he had tho world in a sling and com 4r menced recklessly disposing of tho eatables and drinkables without paying for same Our friend caught on to the game and levied an attachment on what was loft to secure his money By order of court a sale of the effects 11will be made by Special Commis N A Sullivan on Monday next at 10 oclock a m BIRTHS f TILFORDIn this city on Tues day to Mr Julian Tilford and wife a daughter KENTUCKY HOMECOMERS IN LOS ANGELES CAL HAVE MEETING April 4 1000 Editor Roundabout The meeting was held in the Chamber of Commerce and was called for the purpose of further completing arrangements for the Home Going Excursion The Ken tuckians here are arranging a grand excursion to their old homes The Kenepearances there will be a large number go on this excursion Two traits have already been chartered peoplefI think when they leave here they will be 1000 strong enjoyed the meeting very much but as I have my faro paid back home the excursion proposition did not interest me So after shaking hands all mound I hooked up with Col Flanders from Vir ginia a gentleman from New York and a man from Ohio and took in the sights I want to say right here that tho California people cer tainly know how to entertain ad vertise and boom their country manyfelse but they certainly work over time showing them I was very much interested in one follow ex plaining the good points of Call fornia fruits flouters vegetables poultry culture and live stock I couldnt help but smile for I know wo had him boat a tulle on every thing except the unit ITo ex plained ono timing though that was new to me and that was the Pacific Preserving Companys system ol preserving eggs By their system eggs aro kept nice and fro h for over a year anti tho cost is prae tioally nothing I got one of the receipts free and any one pan dc the same by writing to this firm The Kentubkians are very munch in evidence in this city Evorv place I go I run into somebody I know and I feel as much at home hero as I do back in our own State The Kentuukv Soeleh of Los An gobs has a membership of over 2f 00 and is still growing They meet at least once a month and the gladhaml of fellowship trod good od Kentucky hospitality is extended to everybody Yours truly Z J1 BULLIT 1 HORSE BROKE ITS NECK While the telephone repairers wore using it to a wagon near the new capitol grounds a horse be longing to Toilers Bros reared and fell back over tho shafts of tho wagon breaking its neck iRIG OTIS ARRESTED SOME MORR Big Otis Evans who had escaped front tho workhouse and from tho atotime residence of Mr Manning near tills city on Wednesday where ho had taken charge of things BROKE GROUND Mr W L Graham broke ground on Monday for tho now dwelling house of Mrs Mary Tobin on Main street between her residence and tho East Tennessee Telephone building It will bo a handsome addition to that portion of tho city Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Boceeief ol treatment for blood eldn dlaeMM L- J a 1 DEATHS SMITH In this county on Sat urday Mss Julia Smith daughter of Mr Joseph Smith aged 16 years of typhoid fover The funeral and burial services were conducted by Row John H Burdin at Bethel Church on Tuesday afternoo- nHANr4EYIn Louisville on Tuesday Mr P M flanloy aged 89 yearsMr was the father of Mr John P Hanley Secretary and Treasurer of the Ie D W H Co of this city He was an honorable upright and highly respected citi zenThe funeral took place from the Cathedral afternoon in Louisville on Thursday DARNELL In Newport on Wednesday April 8 Mrs Sallie J Darnell widow of the late Mr Southey W Darnell of pneumonia Mrs Darnell was well known in this city where she formerly re sided Sho was a devout Christian and member of the Christian ChurchThe remains were laid away in Evergreen Cemetery Newport Mrs Darnell was a sisterinlaw of Mrs Virginia Jott and Mr W W Darnell Woodford Sun please copy LUOKETTTn this city on Sunday night at his home on Holmes street Mr Chas W Luckott aged about bll years of rheumatism Mr Luokett was a quiet un assuming gentleman attending strictly to business For mommy years he had been night clerk at the Frankfurt Hotel and moio recently at the Capital Hotel Ho leaves a wife four daughters and one son to mourn his death The funeral services wore conducted on Tuesday from tho family residence by Rev Dr M B Adams and tho remains were laid away in our cemetery- A worthy gentleman has gono his o reward Doep sympathy is felt for his afflicted family To got rid of the bad breath tho sickbiiing discharge from time nose and throat the loss of smell and tasto etc such ingredients as Thymol Wild Indigo Oil of Kuca lyptus etc must bo used Dr Shoups Catarrh Cure depends upon such healing agents as those in combination with other antiseptic specifics Those are thrum incor posted into a soft soothing and healing imported petroleum Jelly secured in Europe When applied to diseased luminous membranus it acts like magic clearing up these revolting diseases promptly and with a marked sensation of comfort Sold by all dealers LOSTShot Gun Lost on Louisville Pike between G P Berrys place and Sacra lane A Williams Powell double barrel shot gun which was illside of a leather case Finder will be liberally re warded on return to Mr Berry WANTED District Managers to post signs advertise and distribute samples Salary 18 weekly a per day for expenses State ago and present employment IDEAL SHEAR CO 80 Randolph St Chicago 204m 1000000 Shingles yi FROMI200 to 400 per Thousand A- THammond cosLA GRIPPE By One Who Has Been There I tell you friends Ive had the For sonic two weeks or more No think or maybe so about it I know it now for sure Sometimes Ive said to friends who asked Yes I have had La Grippe But now I know such talk from one Is just a little slip When first this Russian visitor Came flying cross tho seas Aristocratic people said Wo want this royal sneeze And I in common with the rest Thought I would try it too I moan that that makes you gnpoITime thing which helps tho doctors too- Enlarge their fields for good Their fields of practice don t you 100- From which they got their food It helps them diagnose disease And saves them many a slip For if they know not whats tho matter They say II Youve gut tho grip And so weve heard somo people say Bout every pain you know This is the grip Ive had so much limo doctor told mo so To all such friends I have a word When this old grip you got Yon nod not hunt your doctor up Youll know yourself you bet At first intakes you by the throat Then hits you on tho head In eyes on nose in bones on flesh Until you think youre loud Tho pain is groat from head to foot Jt makes one cry Oh my And say to mother nurse or wife lIdo believe Ill die Ono other thing about tho grip- I must not loll to tell Youre sick at least a mouth or more After youve gotten well limit when tho aches and pains aro gone And ono resumes tho stroot Ono thinks of naught they say for weeks But something good to out So now goodbye my frlond Ia GriIIIOWith long ad ion If you will stay with other folks Ill never laugh at you A CHANCE FOR SATISFAC TION If you over bought a box of Witch Huxol Salvo that failed to give satisfaction tho chances aro it did not have time name 1L C De Witt Co printed on tho wrapper and pressed in tho box The orig inal DoWitts Witch hazel Salvo never fails to givo satisfaction for burns sores boils totter cracked hands etc For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles it affords almost immediate relief It stops the palm Sold by J W Gayle Dr Weaver Syrup FHMN tb blood t CVIo tointotcU for UalIIdII I 1 WILL OPEN EXCHANGE The Ladies of Ascension Church Guild will reopen their exchange at the Frankfort Drug Store corner Main and St Clair this morning They will offer for sale cakes candles pies salads etc Half the ills that man is heir to comes from indigestion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach makes indigestion impossible SLIGHT BLAZE At 1020 on Tuesday an alarm from box 14 called the department to a cottage at the corner of Second and Murray streets which was occupied by colored people The roof was damaged to about 25 worth our DRUGGIST TELLS US We learn today that our local druggists have imulo special arrangements which carries with it an agreement to loot in stock constantly a full lino of special i prescriptions created at tho Lab oratorios of Dr Shoop A novel yet thoroughly practical and newlycreated article has just been issued front the Laboratories in question called Laxots and is included as a part of time arrange ment made today by time druggist in question We refer to a tion put up in candy tablet form for tho relief of constipation sour stomach bud breath sallow com plexion biliousness ii eiuimeiioVetc etc Time novelty of Laxots arises from two or throe sources It has not even time suspicion so fur as taste is concerned that tho article is a medicine It is candy in tasto and in appearance Again Laxots aro put up in beautifully lithographed metal boxes and re tall for the remarkably low price of 5 cents per box On tho box is printed mho ingredi outs consisting of Cascara Sagrada Egyptian Sonna Solid Extract of French Prunes Slippery Elm Bark and othor highly meritorious in gredients for tho conditions mon tioned above rA Candy Cold Cure put up in tho same style also sells at 5 cents per box and is called Dr Shoops Provontics Patrons wo boliovo will bo glad to learn of time now nrmngmnentLand particularly of tho now rent edies which certainly seom worthy of a trial purchase involving only tho cost of a nick- elChesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in cllVct February l0vsiuV jitt to change without notice For Louisville Nashville MemphiswWest and Southwest 009 A M and 014 1 M hotly For Washington Ilaltimorc Philadel phia New York Kichmoml Old Point and Norfolkut1018 A M and 741 P M 31yriLJ h L I Flyer Prices on Friday and Saturday iYftr t l rJL IIi Below we quote u few of our regular Recordbreaking prices Coot Saturdays J ninmts onehalf priceundsee for yourself Ic for one Paper Hair Pins 5c for six nice Mat Pins Ic for Card Hooks and Eyes loe for host Talcum Powder Black Dress P K Ginghams Percals 2o for one Roll Tape 5c for Wash Rags 2c for a Paper Pins lOc for Dress Shields 4c for bolt Feather Stitched Braid lOc for Tatfeta Ribbons 4c for one dozen Safety Pins 49c for Corsets worth to 125 Flyer Prict mean that on Flyer Days we ITive11c for Good Hair Brushes 50c for new Silks 4c for Box of Hair Pins 5c for hest Calico 10 per sent ofl for Cash on Flyer Goods 5c a card for Pearl Buttons tic for Laces and Embroideries 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton 5c for Apron Gingham j S D JOHNSON CO THE GREAT WORLDS 1 OF THE TOBACCO TRAD rIAt Madison Squaro loYo- rk September P Ij Uhilr- Should interest ovorj Indopendont manufacturer and even progressive grower Tho scope rf tho Tobacco Trades Industrial Jx position villl ue international AJoady is assured that the vas majoi of tho indopoiident mi fncture of Cigaro Tobacco Jig uottes Snuff And all the allied es will ex hibit while tho exhibition of Tobacco plantations growing plants and repros every process omr od ir transition from Ti o soot finished product I Iling al exhibits of the erica nd Uanadlan Governr nts will oom bino with ninny novel features to make this Exposf i undoubtedly tho greatest evontI the history of tho Tobacco trade i he world Madison Squar Garden is the largest pqrmanoiu structure for ox hibtion purposes ir the world Its immense floor a u includiig the great gromidiu rlnnbasement and subbnnt hal conies and gul1l including tho famous cone will be do voted entirol 10 rule of the fragrant weed fug the two weeks from Labor L September 3 to September 15 in iuslve Although groatExpositioncent and comr honsi le the enthusiastic re use of indoi theurgegrowers as tho decision of tho Americr and Canadian Gov ernmonts to nfako onicinil exhibits of Tobacco Mture etc has long since outgro the original plans and now nSSi m Exposition and Tobacco Wo1 Fair the like of which this utirth hIs noiver soot Representation by exhibit will give a standing and prustigo which onld f years to acquire u of tho Expo it 1stoarly six months oft Iiellv hi t half tho available spjaco for ox it purposes Natures Way Is Best tisslloatarlug all Miwto eases off disease us par sued r Pierce Billowing after Nat lan of rcsto health ri natumlllIe5 that is ext roni native dlclnal roots procured c ought aand0ntfitireoftho h rnfla without tho us alcohol and b ul com iuatlon In just the right ilr ins is ingredients of Dr Pierres ClwrryballHlo rslut ami Stone runt specially exert theh inlluonco In cases of lung bronchial and throat troubles tad this Discov renudyforcatarrh and klndn Tho cuts above natv also have tho r wst posslWo i cnuMit from tho medic wrl Jf all tho several jls of vrotlcc ho euro not only lIie IUtl1 hove but also for biliousiiebrat cr mibles a Uarru no matter whe ficatod ou it hay rko Dr Pierces saYSlr n as to what ho claims for hi covery Backed up by the wrltlu the mos i noiit men in the medicI request by posuit card ofcssillnft to Dr V Picrrr for a little book of txt medical au thlttlIrlng tl redlcnts of his m vill ittlo book free t vorthj r attention I- fnodri good able remedy of knj HiiiMMlthHi of almost any t ironic or gating malady Dr iees Ploasarit Iellots euro con genUaloxuThd most valuable or both men and Dr Plorcos Cote Medical Ad 1008pagetrij to anoMf sing 21 cents In ono tamps to pay sVt e nailing only to J r v Icrco Buffalo N Yi quad 31 stamps l has boon secured by those intend ing exhibitors who do not wish to be disappointed by delaying tho matter until tho choice locations mire gone Still tho capacity of Madison Square Garden is stupen dous and some choice spaces still remain to bo secured by those wise exhibitors who will appreciate the tremendous advantage both gen oral anti personal which will come from this great Exposition As an indication of the scope and impor tance of this tremendous event in tho Tobacco trade it may bo mon tioned that arrangements are being mado to accommodate nearly half a million visitors Mr William U Turk General Manager of tho Tobacco Trades Industrial Exposition whoso offices are in the Flatiron Building few York City deserves great credit for the able and practical way in which ho is handling the enormous bulk of detail connected with an international event of this charac ter and size The Western Tobacco Journal has for some time had its own representative in Now York City making a thorough investigation of tho and size of the coming Exposition with its prob able effect on the indopondent trade As a result of this very thorough investigation the Western Tobacco Journal unqualifiedly com mends to the trade this coining groat event and its able manage ment and urges all manufacturers of Tobacco Cigars and Cigarettes machinery supplies etc who are interested in developing and ex panding their trade to be repre sented by exhibits Wo also especially urge upon all progressive growers and planters as woll as all tho trades allied to tho ciilturo of Tobacco the great advantage of exhibiting thoir product before tho eyes of tho Tobacco trade of the world Itching pilesever mind if physicians have failed to cure you Try Doans Ointment No failure there 50 cents at any drug store Ie Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrop for the blood Cerate tor skin eruption e PROSPECTUS OF THE CRU SADER This paper will bo a to page Independent illustrated monthly printed on enameled paper with handsome cover design in three colors Size and form 103rixl4l inches or similar to that of Colliers Magazine It will be pub lished at Frankfurt at the price of 100 per year and edited by Col Noel Gaines in tho interest of true reform in government tho first issue appearing next mouth Wo will stand strenuously for tho enforcement of all laws mind for tho swift punishment of nil II surgent olllcials who refuse to execute those laws Wo will stand for tho suppression of gambling and graft and for the extermination of corrupt political bosses tiio greatest enemies of a free Rebuplic because of their destruction of tho Arch Stone of our nationthe purity and sanctity of tho ballot Wo will strive by example anti will also adocato temperance and right living by our citizenship Wo believe wo will have a fearless enforcement of all laws anti a square tied honest administration of government only when tho in lluonco wioldud by the lawless ole mont in a community is olloutivuly broken and wo beliovo tho only way to break that corrupt influence is to go after thorn Such will be our determined aim Therefore wo will stand stead fastly for tho rights of all tho poo plo which is certainly more humane and righteous than being an accomplice of a privileged few And that tho greatest good to the greatest number may not remain a myth wo will stand vigorously and openly in Tho Groat Publicity Movement that is about to swoop furiously ovor our entire State and nation Address NOEL GAINES Frankfort li- yt1 k1 RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALC- HURCHItev A Chinn rec tor Sunday April 15 780 a in Holy Communion Openinga m Easter services in the church Special sermon and music bytheEverybody invited to theso ser vicesThere will bo no evening service BAPTIST CHURCH Rev lI- B Adams D D tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sunclajschool at 945 a m in chapelBaraca at 945 n m taught b pastorBaptist Peoples Union at chapelLeader ReapingPrayermeeting ni chapelVisitorsfree CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool 980 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets atchapelPrayermeeting evening at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tues day afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 n in High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BlayneyD730 p Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at IBO p m Prayermeeting at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHR o v J O A Vaught limo pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a Epworth League at 045 p m Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Kev Win Crowe pas tor will preach at n m and 780 oclock p 1- 11Sundaysohool at 980 a m Young Peoples SlYlty at 030 p mPrayermooting Wednesday at 730 oclock Everybody invited to attend TO CHANGE BUSINESS Mesdames Mandevillo and Bar rett will ohange their business in a short while and will sell everything at cost BBte FOR SALE A substantial surroy or will ox change for a good horse Enquire at this oilloo 821 SPI CIAIJRATES Via FtC C Ry Confederate Veterans Reunion Now Orleans La April 27 28 and 29 Fare 1045 round trip For full particulars apply to C HAY General Passenger Agent yotd i biIL O A JS T O IT 31 A Beare thehSignature or GGiCcl2 e RUFLS RUGG Tim Murphy is to be tho attrac tion at the Capital Theatre on April 19 when lie will present Ruins Rugg a threeact pastoral comedy of ontlmental foundation es pecially written for him by Paul Wilstach who somo seasons ago wrote for his use that splendid play- A Capital Comedy This latest IllMurphyadapted to his requirements as he is semi as a quaint loving self sacrificing country schoolmaster and is given many opportunities for the enactment of comedy and sentiment Many of Tim Murphys best efforts have been made in this line so successfully followed by tho late Joseph Jefferson and Sol Smith Russell and as the entire atmos phere of Rufus Rugg is one of the gentle sentimental kind the play should prove an unusually good vehicle for his requirements Mr Murphy presents the comedy with tho assistance of a fine sup porting company and with every attention given the production that his long characterized all Ins presentations Dr Shoop has created at his his Laboratories a superior sweet toothsome candy tablet named Laxnts The ingredients are printed on tho very attractive little lithographed metal boxes in which those tablets are sold Laxets soil at tho very low price of 5 cents per box A better safer or more cer tale laxative than Laxets is Dr Shoop believes absolutely impossible Laxots are for Constipa tion Sour Stomach Bad Breath Sallow Complexion Biliousness Headache Dizziness etc otc Sold by all deniers e FOR SALE A lot of heavy brown paper suit able for putting under carpets Apply at this olllco vi ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHEQUIPPEDWITH AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast- and Southwest j For and Rates Addrru 7H KINQCPTA 111 E Main St Lexington Ky W QARRETT General Mntpr W RINEA SOS P Cincinnati O i JI 1iIbi uif UNftlObUi vERsrvirs1 ERUPTION Mount Versnvius has beon in eruption throwing out lava ashes and stone for a week or more and inflicting tremendous losses on the inhabitants of that region even extending to the city cf Naples- A largo number of people have boon killed anti more than 50000 rendered homeless It is strange the fascination that Holds the people so tenaciously to this accursed spot t BLOW POISONING Results from chronic constipa tion which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They re move all poisonous germs from tho system and infuse new life and vigor cures sour stomach nausea headache dizziness and colic without griping or discomfort 25c Guaranteed by all druggist Eggs Eggs Eggs Van DresserBlanchard S C W Leghorns The Kind that Lay the Year Round Eggs for Hatching 100 for 15 D GLANTON sotJi Frankfort Ky ASK FOR T E M When you want the Best Flour It is Best in Color Best in Flavor Best in Nutrition And it wont fail you in a pinch Sold Only by Grocers Wo also handle meal and feed All orders promptly led J E 11 MILLING Co liTHE Frankfort Ky New Fast Train TO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC tgillr effect Sunday May The now leavo in daily The evening trains to same points 1010 p m daily Double dally service T car service for SanFrangu Excursion tickets now on sate For further information call on or address H T MATTHEWS Tow Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louts Mo rJj iI1 J For the Roundabout KNIVES By All Allfrlend Chapter 1 The day upon which our story opened is perfectly described in the following lines by Robert Burns Wilson II Across tho dotted fields of gath grainThe summer breathes a reposeMysterious mingle on the plain And from tho blurred and blended brake there flows The undulating echoes of some strain Once heard in paradise per chance Who knows The bride elect Una Heart hay ing spent a few minutes in silent prayer had just arisen from her 2 devotions when the bridegroom David Dare was announced and they with Unas parents Una was an only child repaired to the village church where the marriage ceremony was reverently per formed Unas parents in conioli auce with her request had con sented to accompany them during their bridal tour which had been arranged to occupy several works traveling through the country in private carriages nml at night tent ing or if in passing through a vii lage a hotel of moru than ordinary attractions presented itself the party to avail themselves of its ac commodations Much time had beon enjoyed in this manner some times the car riage containing the bride and groom being in advance and some times in the rear of the old folks but never very far distant The road is now very very rough and they advance slowly but the shadows of the grand old trees modify the otherwise intense heat and having passed a night ac 1I cozy little hotel in the picturesque village of Altona the rising bell rings and David Dare remarks to his bride We are now at the forks of this road and I think it is a fine opportunity for us my dear to leave the old folks and continue our journey by the new road It is true there are no shade trees but the road is smooth and we do not want to be always in speaking distance of others Una listened quietly until David had finished his remaiks and when the word others fell upon her ear- she realized that there are forces acting upon her affections which by their combined powers infuse into her being a sense of unutterable with indeagony alternating elapsobeforeyoung her reply is matchless Dear David life seems to consist of sunshine and shadows and Where these are intermingled we are nearest content JTis true there are others in speaking dit tanoe Tis true thero are now and then unpleasant sensations produced by the expression of opin ions which do not obtain our ac quiescence or perhaps a remark is made whose wording stings us like nettles but such wounds are shal low and time will surely heal them f Do you not think so David Yes yes dear Una but much bettor to avoid the f and besides we must assertwoundsI dependence or others will us capable of taking care of f selves and it will be so much ourIto cut loose from the old now than at any future Dear David do not say cut r loose that word cut reminds me cf of knives and that with those knives the dearest ties that bind me to earth shall be severed In fancy see them passing to and fro between me and them who sheltered mo in my childhood II Why Una darling I flattered myself that I was dearest of all on earth to you but it seems that I 5amaltogether ignored in your list of lear ones and since I have become so much of a savage as to V send tomahawks flying about before your mental vision perhaps I had better take the new road alone and leave you with your dear ones Permit me to wish you a pleasant ride and for the time being adieu Before Una fully understood Davids last remarks ho had gone and from her window she behold him take a seat beside a stranger t in a light vehicle and pass quickly out of sight along the new road An immaterial but none the less poignant knife had entered Unas bosom and was severing the ten drils which her loving heart had put forth to entwine her husband and but fur the promise II As thy i day is so shall thy strength be her pure spirit had passed out of its physical casket The sudden shock which she had sustained resulted in brain fever- and during her delirium she tried to explain to David whom she seemed to believe was near that he had misunderstood her and she begged him to take out the knife which she knew he did not moan to let fall into her heart Being delighted with what he called aII trick played upon his wife David entertained his tray ohiog companion with an expression of his opinions in reference to married life saying When I married I had made up my mind to bo the head of my family and if my wife showed a disposition to advance sentiments contrary to mine I would give her a lesson in the beginning which once learned r she could not possibly forget and I think when I meet her at Walnut aoIcedocontinuance of our tour Don t you think you were a lit tIe hasty said his companion IIcan not perceive anything in your wifes language indicative of a necessity for discipline On the prinolplebher lancuage if you report it cor rectly evidences one of tho most elevating characteristics one to be encouraged rather than sup pressed But I toll you I intend to have my own way sail David and she must not presume to oiler any argument when I express a prefer subjectWell are so deter mined to have your own way I believe my arguments can not effect a change in your plans and as wo are nearing Walnut Hill at which place we must part company I will give you my card hoping you will keep mo advised as to your success or otherwise All right said David You shall hear from me and I am sure Inrormwork Tho new road and a lust horse had enabled David to reach Walnut Hill much earlier than the time allotted to the distance by those with whom he had left Yen and he congratulated himself with the idea that Una would condemn herself for his being detained there alone but instead of meeting Una at Wal nut Hill the mail brought him in telligence that she was found in her room soon after breakfast was announced in an insensible condition When she revived her rca son seemed to be dethroned and prolongedII Whew score one apainst David Dare but Una will avoid such tantrums when she finds out that her better half is not to be scared into submission to her silly whims exclaimed David and to prove to her that her husband loves her too well to encourage such childish ness I will ignore having received this letter and just go over to see old Mrs Dare his widowed mother said David after having read the letter His mothers home being near Walnut Hill a walk of a few min mites brought him to her presence where the following conversation occurredEureka Mother Im married but here I am without my Kodol Cure you eat THE AND THE Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and TROUB LES or MONEY BACK W wife she and quarreled and I left her with her dearest friends and to cap the climax just ascertain the contents of this letter handing the letter to his mother Dont you think that is a little too much not ing David was so much accustomed to tho accomplishment of his wishes by pretty intrigue that he accorded to Unn similar in regard to tho letter und was rack ing his brain for a scheme by which ho could got oven with her To his astonishment his mother seemed alarmed and said I fear you regard this too lightlythis is too serious for a joke and if I were you I would go hack to Una im mediately I know Una too well to believe her capable of any effort to deceive you on tho contrary her peculiarly sensitive organization would lead me to believe that tho contents of this letter are true and my lear boy I fear there is much distress in store for you Being so true herself she no doubt thought you meant what you said and she poor child has endured nil time agony she would have experienced if you had really meant to abandon her Mother you talk as if you were all otf Una ought to have con fidence enough in me to know that I would do nothing of the kind She knows I love her and would not willingly cause her one minutes sorrow and I think she ought to be willing to go or do as I wish But heres an end to this unlikely message and touching the letter to his cigar it was soon reduced to ashesSelfishness and indifference to others rarely fail to quiet con science and David had a super abundance of these sedativesthe result of parental indulonoe To bo continued CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthod f s Signature of uzYC At WS9 Early Risers The famous little plUs Dr Weavers Treatment BjrtBpparUiea the blood Cerate heal skin eruption 19teeFree 500 BOXES Father Williams Indian Tea ANDSFatlier Williams Indian llerb Tablets The new Liver land Kidney Cure to be given away on Saturday April 14 only by Frankfort Drug Co the enterprising druggists of Frankfort Ky Torpid Liver Billiousness Constipation Indigestion Dys pepsia Sick Headache 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 bring to our store on the above date and receive a full package of this mar velous medicine I have received a package of Father Williams In dian Tea and Father Williams Indian Herb Tablets Name rAddress Dyspepsia Digests what KILL COUCH CURE LUNCS KingsNew PriceOR100 LUNG t i i ii motives 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyono sending a sketch and description may our opinion au Invention probably tIons rlct on 1ateiiU lent free Oldest foreocurlnffpatente 1aUsnts taken through Moan t receive tptcial notice without charge in tho Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Lureoai elm eolation of any scientific Journal Terms ea rear L Bold by all newsdealer NO3 New York nranch Ice P at WuhlDatODe Ii II iSjc u II = = = = = 0 = J etblPxeparationforAss- mi1aUngLhcToodiindRcgu1a ling iheStomochs ftomoteaDIpslioaCheerful tiessandHestGontalns OpnimJMorphhie nor IJfflEraL NOT NARCOTIC Rmi0UlSAM1lD1m 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Daily Daily Ex Ex Sund Ex Sund Ex Sund Mis Ard Lvo P AMAr PMAr Lveli980 a5O 1120 0 P2 280 O K Junction 885 1126 In 843 158 Wilhurst 1152 830 152 Hampton Ub 1158 128 Leo City 510 1222 122 HeltChawa 518 1228 741I 105 Cannel City 55 1245 n Nos and will make close connection O K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on tho Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent H8nlU- VI att8ISOUSPap8I Weekly CourierJournal and the ROUNDABOUTboth 150 Few people In tho United States have nut hoard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a family paper JJy a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER OURNAL one year and this paper for the prize named above Send subscription for tho oombination- to USDot to CourierJournal CASTORIAPorThfants Always theI o rtThe F Always Boug- htCASIORIA No4IM JK at dt k Mis M g at JI IMPORTANT CII4N6EIILouisYllo1elloso and St Lciuis1ay EEDEONBoUrE On and after April 1906 all trains of this Company ilom110thfrom Seventh Street Depot formery Union Depot Louisville Ky L J IRWIN General Pasenger Agent- Louisville Ky