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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE FRAMPOBT ROUNDABOUT IGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKMS 100 In Advance I VOLE XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APR 2I I9C6 NO 33 t Attractive Oxfords Thiee styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here for women These three selected because they are especially new and charming Laird Schober Co Ribbon Tie iAdress low Shoe made of patent calf very light and flexible turn sole toe anti military heel wide silk laces large eyelets price 500 eas s The New Pump patflast season on account of the attractive appearance they give the foot and the ease with which they are put on Our Pump this season does not slip at the heel 350 Patent dolt Oxford One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces both with flexible turn soles and medium heels I i x R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY Written for the Roundabout r SCHOOL DAYSFRIDAY She stood trim and beautiful be fore the window whioh was wide i n Anew broom was In her laid a bonnet of pink gingham covered her pretty brown hair find while waiting for the dust to settle and the children to arrive she had time to give the thought which was uppermost in her heart mostrt of momentous questions confronted Tier Should she answer in the affirmative or respond in tho nega tive The way out of a dull routine of life was opening very beautifully She could have everything that wealth could buy a homo with r every comfort her father and mothermade independent for life- and there would ever more be known tho inconvenience of pov orty the ifs and ands of outrageous fortune It all depended upon hersolfthe burthen bearer in every phase of practical consid oration or effort and now brought face to face with the no longer un known quantity she breathed a prayer for courage and took upon her heart sweet confidence The words of Proctor flashed through her consciousness Mako no man your idol For tho best man must have faults and his faults will usually become yours in addition If to your own This is true in art as it is in murals Just hero tho children came trooping in and she J very quickly brushed away dust from tho desks and rang thu boll sotting aside all possible disturb aiicos of mental disagreement until she was at liberty to talk the mat tor over which the author of tho disturbance In tho meantime 0somothing might intervene to cross tho winter of her discontent There wore throe now pupils on this last limy of tho week they had never boon in school before Had no books and ono of thorn a girl had such a pronounced ease of giggles that the rest of the school lwero soon contaminated J3ut it soon woro away in the sympathy i brought about by the pathetic cry ing of the other child for home and mammaMiss Green was truly thankful that she had had normal training and had studied phychio ton denotes Both of these helps were of great assistance in ascertaining fJiJ I t the cause for hysterics and how to soothe nerves which wore ragged jagged and beyond control of the possessor running away with oven the natural common senso of tho poor unfortunate Come to recitation children Those of you who are not in the third reader may listen to mo while I explain tho story lesson It was a chalk black bird story as the children called itbut other birds and things wore brought out in colors most entertaining The now children sat entranced and when the now house was finished the mother and father bird begun homekeeping while the reading went onthere settled down within the circle a sensation of condition calm restful and quiet enabling oon1duotjudicious exactness justice and equity She was like a general on the field of battle Each and every child represented the soldier ready for order or engagement and tho los1 sons wore learned with surprising readiness When tho hour came for writing ono could have hoard a pin drop so generally assimilated was the power of control generated actualized in the definite solfrolhmco of a born leader made to teach children Instruction in the art of chlrog raphy moans no small amount of patience Tho common run of copybooks aro too classified or two sinmpl0 for much gratification either to the person teaching or being taught and in a neighborhood whero tho pedagogue had to buy out of her slender salary brooms dippers water bucket stovo pipeI chalk aura oven tho fuel or often time go without tlroit was simply a question of economy to set copy and arrange the formula of height in the letters position of tho scribe and all the hundred and ono oxoI goncios of tho situation Ono boy would insist upon holding his head to one side thrusting his tongue out of his mouth and stabbing tho pen point into tho paper nine times out of every tenth effort The teacher strapped him into harness made for tho purpose and put glasses on him John Islam wroto a more masterful hand than any boy who was graduated under the tutelage of Miss Green and be W told mo not long a oII that the homemade harness helped out lotsRecess was always pleasant on a Friday A picnic feeling pervaded the air Tho baskets and buckets were emptied and their contents set upon a long bench covered with a white cloth and every one enjoyed the pleasure of dining out while eating each others food pre pared expressly for this occasion Singing too came in for a part of time service and the organization etiquottornever to bo forgotten In subsequent life and a memory in the heart as lasting as are the scenes of beauty photographed with the camera of love Arithmetic carne up after noon recess a review It was essentially practical The measuring of floors and windows The height and breadth of the children the length of dresses and tho expenditure of funds in an every day purchase of commodities required for food and clothing After arithmetic draw lug lessons on the board in goog raphy were made interesting find the regular spelling lessons wherein every child had a share of words with inducements for going head recossitho weekly roll call was made uponlawere put in order time bonnets hats and baskets in tho hands of their owners Hooks and papers in satchels All heads wore low ered while a whispered benediction was given and the children filed out into too oven lug shadows lighthearted cud happy but with a softened touch of something strangely calm The week of labor was ended Had ono thing happened to impress its identity upon the uponIwas time threefoldcord stronger and moro enduring than before Miss Green arranged her own desk and thou after mature deliberation lay her head upon tho table and wept as it her heart must break Tho storm and tempest blow over blue sky was seen in the possessedherlittle child she too passed out into the evening content to go for ward always in tho discharge of duty JN S COX k A FonlEDUCATION SOUTH I t We desire to call the special at tention of all interested in popular education to tho above meeting which will bo hold at Lexington Wednesday Thursday and Friday May 2 8 and 4 Who are invited to attend the sessions of this Conference In the language of its President the Hon Robert C Ogden of Now York City all who sympathize with its general aims are welcome oordin11yI What Is the general Conference II Its purpose is to spread the gospel of education for all the people Its aims there fore being popular rather than professionalThe presented and dis cussed have a common interest for educators of every rank as well as for all intelligent and patriotic citi zensWho will be present First it is expected that President Ogden will bring on his special train as usual some hundred or more friends men like Hon Seth Low Dr Lyman Abbott Dr Albert Shaw and others It is thought that some several governors and exgovernors of the South will be present The presidents of all the colleges and universities of the South State superintendents professors teach ers citizens by the hundreds and thousands The sessions will ho held at the Auditorium in Woodland Park On Wednesday tho members will be treated to an oldfashioned Kentucky hurgoo and barbecue This is the opportunity of a lifetime for attending a great meeting Let Frankfort and Franklin county teachers and citizens show their appreciation of those worthy visitors by greeting them in large num bers E R JONES IF YOU TRY Father Williams Indian Herb Tea or Herb Tablets and do not torpidLiver find them the best medicine you NeuralgiaDyspcpsin Dizziness and Had Breath we will refund the money They work day and night and foellnglIkoTry them cents Ten or Tab DruJCoTHANKS Mrs Ross A MoCallum of Dayton Ohio has placed us under ob ligations for a copy of the hand some industrial edition of the Dayton Daily News It gives a full and exhaustive resume of tho busi ness interests of that hustling and thriving city is beautifully Illus trated and altogether a credit to the designers of the work Mrs McCallum will please accept our thanks for her llrnt onIDANGER FROM THE Theres grave huger from time plague of Coughs anti Colds that so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Mo Iwollillliht s won Ifay1ovorstrong enough to ward oil Con sumption Coughs and Colds uOo and 100 Guaranteed by all drug gists Trial bottle free m EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE IHead the communication from R Jones County Super intoudont in regard to time Educa tional Convention to be held at1 Lexington next month plidoI boItlewittaLittle Early RiS OrSI 4a famou little pllto J t 4diT J r T t IDO t You Wonder Why those who buy their SUITS and SKIRTS from us are al ways so delight ed with them if There are several reasons why One is that the gar ments we sell them must fit perfectlyand be entirely satisfactory before they are per mitted to leave our storeAnother reason is that we keep a large variety of exclusive styles which enables our patrons to wearsomething different from everybody else 1n1 Another and the most important reason is that they always buy them from us a little cheaper than 1 r they are usually sold We are offering Extra Values in Suits this week at 15 2250 and 2500 You can save- MONEY by Buying Now c KAGIN ORO 41 St Clair St at Bridge j d OUR GREAT BOYS 25c HOSE r PERSONAL l Mr J W Bates left on Tuesday for St Louis Mo Prof C J Norwood of Lexing ton was here Thursday Mrs Geo Darsie visited friends in Lexington this week Capt M H Insko of Carlisle was in the city this week Maj J Embry Allen of Lexington was here on Tuesday Mr Guy Barrett Jr of Louisa came home on Monday evening Mr Joel S Head Jr of Chattanooga was in the city Thursday Mr J Lucien Waggoner Jr of Danville was in the olty this week Dr L T Minish wife and child are visiting her parents at Gratz Mrs A Rollins Burnam of Rich mond visited friends here this W J Hughes and wife have returned from their winter trip to FloridaRepresentative Jos F Bonworth of Middlesboro was in the city J O Cooper of the Mid way Clipper was in the city on Collector M H Insko of Carlisle left for home on Saturday morningCol Dorn of Frankfort Chair Co left Wednesday for a trip West Miss Anne Thomas and Miss Mannie Powell spent Thursday in LouisvilleMrs Sanders Allen is visit ing her sister Mrs O W Thomas In Louisville Mrs A G Jeffers was called to Chicago Ills on Tuesday by the death of a friend Miss Nina Vissoher and Miss Natalie Martin have returned from a trip to Chicago Mrs E E Hume and daughter Miss Eleanor have returned from a visit to the South Mr John C Noel and Mr Albert O Jeffers left Tuesday for their ranch in Oklahoma Mr J B Lewis and daughter Miss Margaret A Lewis spent Sunday in Versailles Judge E C ORear wife and children returned from Mt Ster ling on Sunday night Mr E Hickory Taylor has moved his family from the rooms in the i Fire Department Building- Mr Chas J Hughes of Louis- t fatherMrMrs Thos N Arnold has re turned from a visit to her daughter Mrs H T Groom in Florida Mrs Jesse P Williams and daugh ter Miss Ruth visited Mrs Ernest Bell in Lexington this week Mrs Virginia Bennett and daugh- terr Miss Virginia are guests of I Mrs L C Norman Ann street k Col Jas E Stone Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives spent a day or two hero this week Mrs J Q A Stewart of Farm dale was the guest of her daughter i Mrs J M VanDerveer this week Belle Giltner who has been 1vlltln relatives in Fayette coun home Monday morn- inga Miss Nora Marshall of State Col legs Lexington spent Easter with her parents Mr Ben Marshall and wifeMiss Sarah Burnam of Rich mond of Miss Virginia ChinnSelby street this Wm Crowe attended the Presbytery of the Southern Prosby y oocltU Jf Important Spring Needs Our whole stock of Dry Goods Notions and ReadyMade Garments is complete and we are busy every day in every department We are show ing the Best Line of Silk Wool and Cotton Dress Goods at Popular Prices Splendid Bargains in Bed Spreads Table Linens Towels Sheets and Pillow Cases Dont Fail to See Our ReadyMade Suits Skirts Spring Wraps Muslin Underwear and Shirt Waists CHARLES J WEITZEL terlan Church at Louisville this Maggie J LeCompte of Lexington was the guest of Miss Pattie Williams Steele street this weekMr Pat Bohannan who is coach for the Georgetown College Base Ball Club was here the first of the weekDr T Lindsey Blayney of Dan ville was the guest of his father Rev Dr J McC Blayney this John R Walters of New port who has been the guest of Mrs A D Martin has returned Lilian Gaines of Warsaw who has been the guest of Mr Bowman Gaines has returned homeMr John S McKendrick and wife of Shelbyville are the guests of his brotherinlaw Mr W J HughesMrs W S Sandifer nee Lid a Hundley of Covington is the guest of her mother Mrs Amanda Hundley Miss Mary Garret of Pisgah and Miss Virginia Bird of Shelby county are guests of Mrs John W ReadingMrs Gran Graham of Coving ton was the guest of her sister Mrs Mollie Thomas Logan street this week Col J P Chinn and Harrodsburg were guests of their- son Mr J Morgan Chinn on WednesdayMrs T Rice of Louisville who has been the guest of her mother Mrs C A Nelson has re turned home Miss Mary Markham of Henry county who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs F W Keyes hats returned home Mrs W J Hughes has returned from Monterey where she was called by the death of her sister Mrs Lawrence Mrs Chapman Colemau of Wash ington City is the guest of her brother Mr J Buford Hendriok at the Terraces Mrs Edwina Marshall who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs W B Thompson in Versailles has returned home Mrs M F Wood and children of Lexington who have been guests of her mother Mrs R M Trumbo have returned home Miss Russell Chambers and Mas ter George Hoffman Jr of Law renceburg were guests of Mrs Ed E Abbett this week Mr Edmund Taylor of Central University Danville spent Easter at home with his parents Mr J Swigert Taylor and wife Mrs David VanArsdale of Har rodsburg who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs M D Averill returned home on Tuesday Mr C W Goodpaster Mr J J Nesbitt and Judge J W Lane of Owingsville were in attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Tues dayMr George Conway the new Chief of the Fire Department has moved his family into the lodging rooms in the Fire Department building Dr U V Williams was called to Shelbyvillo on Tuesday afternoon to perform an operation on a lady patient for whom he had performed the same service several times beforeMr John T Buckley will return from California the first of the week for the purpose of making some disposition of his residence and furniture having purchased a home at Ocean Park in the Golden State and intends makug his future residence there TreatmentI IJi i4j NATIONAL GUARDS IN SPECTED Under orders of the Secretary of War Capt M S Jarvis U S A came here on Wednesday and that night inspected the local companies of the National Guards Company E Second Recimont under Capt Hiram Williams Battery A under Capt C W LongmireSignal Corps under Capt H G Regiment Band under Capt John Brady At the conclusion of the inspec tion in the armory the troops headed by the band marched to Broadway street where they were put through various evolutions by Col Noel Gaines Inspector Gen eral of Kentucky The men were then dismissed and the band escorted Capt Jarvis and the other militia officers to the Governors mansion where ah in formal reception was held Of course Capt Jarvis did not give out what his report would be but it is thought that it would be a favorable one I GET READY FOR SPRING Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of a stuffy wantofozone condition genernIJyCleAnTake a few Early Risers These famous little pills cleanse the liver stomach and bowels and give the blood a chance to purify itself They relieve headache sallow com plexion etc Sold by J W Gayle OLDEST BAPTIST MINISTER IN KENTUCKY DIES Rev David Bruner aged 101 yeais the oldest Baptist preacher in Kentucky died on Tuesday at his home in Harrodsburg He was an able and consecrated roan He had married over 1200 couples preached more than that number of funerals and had received over 1000 people in the church during his ministry MEETING ON WEST SIDE Mr Edward Dean has been con ducting a protracted meeting at the Bellepoint Chapel for about two weeks He has been assisted by Rev J O A Vaught Rev Dr M B Adams and Rev Wm Crowe who have each preached for him There has been a cry good at tendance good singing and a fine interest aroused LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amino stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23 tf TRIED TO ESCAPE AGAIN Mulligan the convict who es caped last week from the shoe fac tory but was recaptured made another attempt to get away on Wednesday by crawling through the air grating under the shop but was discovered and made to come out OUR CURTAINS NEXT WEEKS SPECIALS I I 1IfSuits950 1275 1500 1750 All greatly re duced in price These are the goods we must closeout at any price Covert Coats and taolcets 475 500 Silk Coats just received i Neokwear and BeltsTurnover Collars 5c lOc loc Handmade Stocks 25c and 35c Belts New ideas25c 35c 50c All new and uptodate t ORGANDIES LAWNS BATISTE C SILK CRYSTAL MULLS 19c All Shades PERSIAN LAWNS 15c 20c 25c48 in wideILace Curtains and DraperiesLace Cur tains 50c 75c 100 150 Curtain Swisses c10c loc 20c Embroidered Swiss full widths 25c and 35c Exclusive Styles in Embroideries in Single and Match Sets SilksWhen you need Silks see ours You will be astonished at prices l F J HEENEY WE SEEICTHE 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 factorymade job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOMETHING 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 and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSIMrES KY H K WARDPresident TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Both Capital Lodge No 6 and Frankfort Lodge No 28 1 O O F will celebrate the anniversary of the Order by attending the Methodist Church in a body on Sunday April 29 The anniversary comes on the 20th but it was deemed best to make the celebration as above Rev Bro J O A Vaught will preach an appropriate sermon for the occasion Bodily pain loses its terror if youve a bottle of Dr Thomas Ec leotrio Oil in the house Instant relief in cases of burns outs sprains accident of any sort FOR SALE A lot of heavy brown paper suit able for putting under carpets Ap ply at this office 150 t d M BnOVXINGI 0HANDSOME NEW ICE WAGON The Frankfort Joe Co has bad built and put in use this week atohandsome wagon It is light run ning and attractive This company is already doing a big business and have enlarged facilities for that business SyrupPelee tot the tkta1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County publioSmithsan excellent remedy for Rheumatism Bruises Backache Strains Old Sores Poisonous Bites Sore ness through the Lungs Soro Throat Diphtheria and the like having used it in my family for years truly228m lLETTER LIST The following is a list of adver Used letters for the week ending April 21 1906 Allen Jack Arsenow Taylor Banks Mrs Martha Black John- Blakeman C L Watkins Emmet Bull James Callier Miss Capital Printing Cot Mrs Margaret GeorgeDandies Downev John JHolds Elijah 2 Flynn James Fortner Mrs Ellen Haley P J Hainos B F Hamilton Mrs Catherine Hamlin Miss Mina Henry Mrs J H Hainsmer Mrs Jane Hoover Anderson Jones Mrs Mattio Jump Mrs Janie P Kurby Miss Cathel May Langdon Creasey Co Ledger Pub Co Matioer Isaac Miller Mrs Bell Mitchell Tom Monday Miss Annie Moony Horace Col GeorgeNolen Offutt Dr J N 2 Owens Mrs Susie Roberts Miss Georgia B Rowlan Miss Jennie Shipp Arthur Smith W R Strattman Coal Co Troeville Coal Co Wardadord Miss Alice Wathers Gertrude May Persons calling for the above lot ters will please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M et- i A BADLY BURNED GIRL Or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Buoklens Arnica Salvo is applied promptly G J saysIsores and all skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure L known Best healing salve made 25o at all druggists RUMMAGE SALE The Ladies Committee of the Y M C A propose to have a rummage sale next Friday and Saturday at the building recently occu pied by Rogers Bros Any one having any old household and kitchen furniture clothing hats shoes books or any articles that they will donate to this worthy object are earnestly requested to l notify the Secretary or some of these ladles and they will send for same Riserstk 31I Fabrics and GarmentsA Sale of White GoodsIt Should Please You Vo have gained n reputation for doing the unnsnal because we break aWRY from the beaten paths of merchandise nud occasionally make exIccptiimul offerings which our customers have learned to watch fornnd profit by i Here is onetimely to a degree and important to every woman who reads this Tomorrow wo place on sale splendid white fabrics Fancy White Walstings ReadyMade White Waists and Dresses White Woolen Suits White Woolen Skirts White Robes White Wash Silks Embroideries Bleached Damask Lingerie White Neckwear Persian Lawns Chiffon Mulls fcc All these aro fresh wanted goods will be waiting for youand prices have beer ao modified that those marked savings are in store for every customer Do not for any reason miss this sale SUITS Whito Serge Pony or Eton Coats 20 to 80 White Serge Coats and Skirts 9 to 15 White Sicilian or Serge 15 Fine White Serge 7 to 10 DRESS GOODS White Sicilian 50c Fine White Serge 05c Fine White Panama Silks 27 in Genuine Wash Habutai 50c Semi Ready White Dresses Embroidered Robes very handsome 750 to 20 SemiReady Waists 150 to 4 UNDER MUSLINS The celebrated Lily brand Corset Covers 25c to 150 Drawers 25c to 1 Skirts 50o to 4 Gowns 50c to 5 a n ANXIOUS ABOUT RELATIVES There are a numbers of persons living in Snn Francisco who have relatives here and they anxiously await news from that city Among them were Col Sam M Swigert U S A retired who is a brother of Mr Jos Swigert who lived at 2510 Pacific Avenue Mr L D West a brother of Capt I T West who lived at 116 Web ster street DOES IT DO ANY GOOD What good does it do you to eat if your stomach fails to digest the food None It does you harm causes belching sour stomach flatulence etc When the stomach fails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after each meal will digest what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Kodol is a thorough digest anydisorderor rnalassimilatiou Sold by J W Gayle o ONLY ONE PIECE LEFT Col Jas A Scott sold on Thursday the house and lot now occu pied by Officer Salyers on North St Clair street to Mr Johnson Superintendent of the Kentucky River Mills Price private This leaves only one piece of property unsold belonging to the McGrew estate Scrofula salt rheum erysipelas eruptivediseasesnently to the cleansing purifying power of Burdock Blood Bitters S s JUDGMENT PAID Under the final mandamus of the Court of Appeals the amount of the judgment and costs in the case of Thos Brightwell The Geo T Stagg Co c 8120 was paid to Mr Brlghtwells attorney Col Jas A Scott on Wednosday 125 CINCINNATI AND RE TURN F C Railway and Queen April29thSpecial train leaves Frankfort 7 a m stopping at intermediate stations PittsburgTickets train leavingCincinnati Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure outs the mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and euros A quick euro for croup and constantlyincreasing of the fact of its absolute usefulness Sold by J W Gayle JUST RECEIVED a 1 A 261y i SALES OF REAL ESTATE As attorney for the McGrew heirs Col Jas A Scott has made the following sales of real estate The McGrew twostory frame residence corner Shelby and Campbell to Mrs Annie ODonnell for frame cottages on Steele street between Fourthj vonue and Campbell to Messrs N B Smith and W C Marshall for 3200 Four brick cottages on Holmes street to Mrs Carrie Wolf for 3 450 The old Epperson House two story frame on Campbell street between Steele and Shelby to Dr E E Hume together with vacant lot adjoining for Onehalf of double brick cottage on Short street to Mr Bacon Robb for 50- 0House and lot on Logan street to Mr Wm L Wright for 1200 House and lot on Logan street known as Avis house adjoining above to Mrs L C Kendall for 2000 Three cottages on Fourth Avenue near Shipps grocery to Messrs Crossfleld and Halmhuber for 2300 House and lot on Fourth Avenue near Mr R Tobiu to Mr H A Grettor for 2500 Twostory frame house on Shelby street occupied by Capt Sam Loavy to Mr W H Posey for 2 750 TO CHANGE BUSINESS Mesdames Mandeville and Bar rett will change their business in a short while and will sell everything at cost 82St i ii TIlE IiIj H TAYLOR JR SONS Frankfort 1tL 50 Shirt Waist Boxes 9sc CtAe3H R ROGERS SONS j OLD TAYLOR PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY 144E Proprietors Kentucky liJl AWARDED 500 DAMAGES In the suit of Mrs Martha Met calfe colored against the city of Frankfort for damages caused by the building of sidewalks and sew ers at the corner of Third and Murray streets which made water to flow into and over her lot the jury awarded her 500 damages on Wednesday BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a m to 11 p m except Sand 10 pin Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to Yl pm ex cept 9 and 11 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 0 a m to 11 p m except S and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 10 p m except Sand 10 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 350 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Loaves Paris 115 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can he had on application at the com Ipanys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 RT GUNN Manager tf FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have in augurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansvillo on thoir fast through trains leaving Louisville 730 a m and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operates free reclining chair cars on night DanvilleItothe shortest from Louisville to Evansville and 43 miles the short est to St Louis f 4u iib Lito jij q FRANKFORT CINCINNATI FIRST EXCURSION OF SEASON 1 The F C By in connection with the Queen Crescent Route will run their first excursion to Cincinnati on Sunday April 29 fare for the round trip 125 Trains leave Frankfort at 7 a m returning leaves Cincinnati at 815 p In There will be a ball game Cincinnati Reds v Pittsburg f CABTOaIABears Signature of A Bout r Eggs Eggs Eggs Van DIessclBlall hard LeghurnsThe Round t for Hatching 100 for 15 IEggs D GLANTON I30tJI Frankfort Ky Queen andyG eSCeI Route Shortest Route AN- DQuickest scnefliile r BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA A1 L ANTAB- IRMINGHAM S II R E V E PORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Ii E CLflRKE T P A 98 Main StreetLexington Kentucky f t ttdjMr t llntlaEDlltI FRANKFORT APR 21 1906 APPAhLIXG DISASTER San Frnncinco Business Outer Do stroyod by Earthquakes SituationI1Nows was received in this city noon on Wednesday of one most awful and appalling 10about that has ever happened country which occurred at n m of that day The first shock of a series of earth quakes came at that hour and lasted the unusual time of three minutes It was followed at varying inter vats by other shocks of a much shorter and less disastrous charac tel throughout the day and night Strong and substantial brick and frame buildings shook crumbled and crashed to the ground carry bothjdamage was done in the business t anti manufacturing centers and the residence portion of the city i escaped with comparatively little damageTo to the horror almost sim Jil1Jtaneousl fires broke out in hun dreds of different localities and burned furiously without any k means of extinguishing them on account of the water mains being I broken and burst by the earth quakesi fissures opened in the ground at various places and a railroad was swallowed up for more than three miles of its length The li street car tracks were twisted and tnrned about and made unfit for use oven if the streets had boon so that the oars could have been run Many fine buildings which had escaped material damage by the earthquakes wore consumed by the awful flames that followed r As was believed would be the case the modern buildings which hod steel framework were enabled throesi oldfashioned brick and frame collapseddThe loss of life was terrific and as yet is not definitely known al 1 though hundreds of bodies have been recovered from the ruins In It fact it may never be known just how many persons lost their lives fThe property loss is simply ap 200000000ikthe most awful calamities that has t ever occurred in this country Let us learn from it the inevit able lessons that all things earthly cmust soon pass away and only heaven is sure Later By later dispatches it is learned that a largo proportion of 4I the residence part of the city has been burned and the end is not j yet in sight j gavetr r marJkind would have to invent milk Milk is Na t tures emulsionbutter t put in shape for digestion Cod liver oil is ex tremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified- t before we can digest it a Scotts Emulsion oilIwith the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi cine in the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4OO41 Pearl Street New York 600 and 100 All druggists tit f J r t z Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system hns been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restoring it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that yearsImorphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in such knowing it about only thing that would give resist it it was a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but I never fully realized its signin cance until I had used it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully I am cured of using morphine Now however much per sons may it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufferingMArriE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dx Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad APPOINTED CIRCriT JUDGE The recent session of the Legisla turo passed a law authorizing a second circuit judge for Kenton county On Wednesday tho Governor appuinted Hon M L Harbeson to fill the position until the next election Mr Harbeson resigned his position as Senator from Ken ton county in order to become eligible for judge A YOUNG MOTHER AT 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years dspepsinhadtakingElootricpletely cured her and restored the strength and activity sho had in the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danforth Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver anti Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Puce 50c Guaran teed by all druggists STATE RACING COMMISSION ORGANIZED The State Racing Commission met hero on Wednesday and organ ized by the election of Col Jack P Chinn of Harrodsburg as chairman and Mr A B Rouse of Burlington as secretary Eat a Laxet at bed time and feel the next day Sold by all dealers oaST 0nIABears the A NARROW ESCAPE OF TWO FAMILIES On Sunday last Mrs C A Nel son made a freezer full of ice cream from which her family with the exception of her son Will partook freely on Sunday lastMrs Nelson sent a dish of the ice cream to the family of Mr Grant L Roberts her neighbor in the afternoon and all the family except Mr Roberts partook freely of the delightful ice About night after the Nelson family who had partaken of the cream became deathly sick and Miss Claranet dangerously so Mrs Roberts went to assist in nursing her neighbors and just before bedtime she was called homo by Mr Roberts all throe of whose children had become very sick by this time Shortly afterwards Mrs Roberts herself was stricken down Aftor a tough soige lasting until about 2 oclock Monday morning the sick of both families were re lievedIt supposed that ptomaine poison had formed in the freezer of cream and this produced the sick nessIt was a narrow escape for all concerned y yrJ tIjiTi UNUSUAL SIGHT IWhen returning from Versailles night tho writer no ticed when just two miles from that place a bright light shining on the clouds which hung low over in tho direction of this city At times the light would llaro up just as though flames were breaking out afresh In the city Driving rapidly in this direction although the night was lark and rainy tho light increased until the piko was rendered light to such an extent as to render driving easy Wo were almost sure thorn was a big fire raging hero until wo arrived in sight of the electric lights of time city when it was soon that the glare was caused by those lights We had frequently seen these lights from as far as seven miles or a little over but never as much his twelve miles the distance we wore then from home We wore greatly relieved to fled there was no fire CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor 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 Free expectoration in tho morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights hind the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thorn time few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial hottle 25e regular size Toe At all drug gists yr MASONIC LECTURE On Tuesday evening May 8th Rev C R Hudson will deliver a lecture before Hiram Lodge No 4 F and A M in Masonic Temple taking for his subject the Temple of Solomon which will bo illustrated with stereopticon views and will bo very interesting While the lecture is i intended for the members of time Lodge principally the audience will not bo confined to time fraternity entirely as each brother will be entitled to invite a friend After the lecture refreshments will be served Jet Dr Shoops Free Book on Rheumatism Dr Shoops Rheu matics Tablets are sold by all dealers v CALLED TO PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH AT WOODLAKE Rev A Paul Bagby son of the late Rev Dr Goo F Bagby and who was born while Dr Bagby was pastor of time First Baptist Church of this city has been called to tho pastorate of the Providence Bap tist Church at Woodlake this countyMr Bagby is said to be one of the ablest young ministers of the Baptist Churoh He is now attend ing the Southern Baptist Theolog leal Seminary at Louisville Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure outs the mucus draws the infiam mation out of tho throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and euros A quick cure for croup and whooping cough Its constantly increasing use for many years tells of time fact of its absolute useful ness Sold by J W Gayle BUYS HANDSOME LOTS Mr Thos E Kenney has pur chased from Miss Christine Reyn olds two handsome lots on Steele street next to time residence of Mrs C C Newton between Second and Third and will build a cozy home on the ground Mr Kenney recently sold his handsome home on Third street to Mr L Samuels The price paid for time now lots was a pretty stilt one LET THE CONTRACT Mr W T Reading has let the contract for the building of his new residence on Todd street to Mr W L Graham It will bo a twostory brick and time contract price is 0000 complete AAIIJII ABens SJg11tue of A Booott Pleas ntJoJake P f otar tat TrdeAluk f LaxativeHLLN- ATURES ti Syrop 71 i CURE FOR CONSTIPATION j 1 Ask Your Doctor 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 LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried 1 ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE q Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins sl Monkey WrenchesJiPipe Fittings and Wrenches i FRANK Gi STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc F Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky IDr Cadys Condition Iowicra are a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier art vermifuge They are not food p medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Illinois Central Seventh River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaven 940 m Arrives 7c3 n m Now Orleans Special No rNom Loaves 720 a m Arrives 455 in For Fulton Pnducnh and Intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth townHodgenvilloand HoIkinsvllleoxcuptno- Sunday Hervice to town Halgen- vllle Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Loaves 430 p m Ar Ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgenville and except on Sundays stop at all stations Alt Trains Run Daily trftttf1f soutnern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from j Lexington and Louisville 10 St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m Louisville 900 n in Arrivo St Louis 012 p Carrying vestibuled conches and CrtfoObsorvntion Parlor CarMeals a changeLoavoisville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 782 a in ftCarsryReserveIII East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave i iM i41 WALTHAM WATCHES I k CARR DALL OVEftTJI f I Gases plaint simple and ornate in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver VALIDITY OF INSURANCE CONTRACT IS ATTACKED The legality of tho Consultation or Advisory Board contracts or other forms of special contracts of regutarfor the first time in Kentucky in the suit of the Western National Bank of Louisville against 1W Bank of Louisville brought suit against Mr Kennott the first part of the sixtydaybeen given by Mr Kennott to Boyd Mitchusson of Louisville which was transferred to W C Trabuo of Louisville and later to the bank KENNETTS ANSWER IMR to Mr Konnott which J was flied yesterday he alleged that tho note does not belong to the bank but to tho Life Insurance Company of Louis Tillo He further alleges that the note was given to tho Commonwealth Lifo Insurance Company in policiescompanyMrlast fall Mr Mitohusson tho Lexington agent for the Life Insurance Company called on him and explained the terms of the companyHetake the policies by the assurance of tho agent that ho would become a member of tho Board of Consulta tion which was limited to five 1members REMUNERATION jSPEOIAL that as remuneration company for the ser of this board a i certain sum of money was to be set aside by tho company to be taken from each 1000 of insurance writ f ton and in force and that the sot aside would be used by Jtho company in the reduction of premiums on the policies With such inducement offered Mr Ken nett says he took out the two 5000 policies in tho company and became a member of tho Board of I Consultation believing at the time that the action of the company was validHo says that after mature consideration of the terms under which he took out the policies and was assisted by the company in the pay r mint of the premiums he sought Jlegal advice and was told that the contracts were not valid because I they were an indirect rebate which Is prohibited by the laws of Ken tucky Ho was also advised not to pay the note when it matured Mr Koniett says that the note which ho gave to Mr Mitahusson is the property of tho Common Life Insurance Company never has been tho property of IandWestern National Bank of Lou and prays tho court to dis miss tho suit brought against him Attorney A P Gilmour who has noted as the legal adviser of Mr Konnott said last night when soon by a reporter for tho Herald that Michiganhascontracts or other forms ot special t regularinsurancethe State of InSuperintendentssurance of Illinois have prohibited tho salo of such contracts Lexington HeraldJ 1 sGROW STRONG AGAIN Nothing will relieve indigestion Ifthat is not a thorough digostant Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and allows tho stomach to s rust recuperate grow strong again A fow doses of Kodol after melds will soon restore the stomach and digestive organs to a full pert cr5 formance of their functions nat- hfi orally and bring health and rstrength Sold by J W Gaylee ESCAPES BUT IS x rFRISONEU a noted prisoner made his escape from tho prison on Friday morning by working his way into Ili e 4i Fa q KEEPING A GOOD ttlATGH I Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will i obey them Only standard and reliable nl0vemelltsillfind place here and we willingly guarantee to be accurate timekeepers I M JiSELBERffi nityThe Commonwealth Commonwealth penitentiary the storage room of the shoe fac otry which extends beyond the walls and cutting his way under tho floor with a hatchet and thus digging out He was recaptured later in the day by Mr T E Dailoy who lives near Bloomington and tho two started back to town in a buggy being met by Warden Lil lard and a guard on the road Mulligan was then handcuffed and loft in the buggy with Dalloy When nearly to town tho man jumped from the buggy and hid under a wagon in the darkness A lantern was procured and the man found and brought back to his old quarters Ho is a lifetimer for murdering a man in Covington and was in the attempted outbreak about two years ago when with somo twenty others they captured a guard and barricaded themselves in tho shop and kept the guards at bay for nearly a whole day Ho Is a desperate man and is far gone in consumption Itching hemorrhoids were the plague of my life Was almost wild Doans Ointment cured me quickly anti permanently after doctors had failed C F Corn SaugortiesN REPUBLICAN STATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE OF KENTUCKY Louisville Ky April 1900 Tho State Central Committee has had printed for distribution the Rules of tho Republican Organ ization of Kentucky Members of the party who desire a copy of this book should send a two cent stamp to cover postage and address THOS L WALKER Secretary Room 207 Illinois Life Bldg- Louisville Ky CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of SUDDEN DEATH Mr Sidney H Joseph traveling man for ft big Jewelry house in New York City came hero on Thursday and stopped at the Capital Hotel Thursday night ho spent with some friends At breakfast time on Friday he came to the oWao of tho hotel paid his bill and ordered breakfast but when it came ho was too ill to eat He then went to tho office where he became worse and finally started to his room in the ell of tho hotel Ho throw himself on the bed and was vomiting freely when Dr C A Fish was summoned and com menced working with him having found out from the mans admis sions that ho had taken morphine A stomach pump was used and after that stimulants to produce a reaction but without avail and tho null died on Friday afternoon His family who live In Brooklyn N Y wore notified and tho remains shipped there by their orderJoseph was a high salaried roan and so far as known no cause fo suicide was ascertained gltfis sup posed he took an ovordoso to ro lievo pain a STAMPING GROUND Wo regret to learn that Mr Mar colitis Perry who linn been a great sufferer for some time is no better Mr C B Roberts who has boon suffering with rheumatism is able to be out again Master Ollio Murphy son of Mr J D Murphy is improving from a severe spell of illness Messrs R P Duvall and W B Wendt of Senior Class in Civil Engineering State College have corn pleted a survey of our town preparatory to a system of waterworks Since tho first of Inst week our farmers and gardeners are making rapid progress in their longde layed work Prof John Hill of Covington who has been quite ill was tho guest of his father Rev G W Hill last week returning to his work on MondayA company has purchased from Cleveland Ohio parties a Gorman coach stallion for the pur pose of introducing a cross with that breed of horses in this section Mr Will Sargent o White Sul phur was here on business on Sat urday afternoon when he was called home by the sad intelligence that his wife had been found dead lying on her bed at home She had not boon feeling well and had lain down to rest when the vital spark fled She was a Miss Newlancl of Great Crossings prior to her mar riage Her death was a terrible shook to her husband and friends She leaves a baby and several other children She was 85 years of age The remains were interred in the Georgetown cemetery on Monday Master Commissioner F M Thomason sold the dwelling house and storeroom of Emma P Risk to Goo Risk for 400 on county court day UNO U S SUPREME COURT GRANTS STAY Upon motion of tho attorneys for Caleb Powers the US Supreme Court on Tuesday issued an order staying tho issue of the mandate of that court remanding the case of Powers to the Scott Circuit Court The petition also asked n rehearing of the case MADE NEW RECORD The collections of internal reve nuo taxes by Deputy Collector Grant I Roberts on Monday made a new record Taxes were paid on 550 barrels of whisky upon which the tax was 2167886 This takes the ribbon for one days payments p Weak Kidneys and Diabetes Use Dr Shoops Restorative to Cure the Cause If You Suffer From These Symptoms Hero are the symptoms of Kidney complaints Urine laden with sediment brlclc dust In urine highly colored urine greasy froth or blood In It stringy mucous in urine unusual de sire to urinate pain In passing water pain in IdItoblngskful joints li dullnesstions loss of ity irrogi of eyesiglh- earing wa Bhlftinir frog tho other in An linprop went Is often nono Mos clues got th remedies ca are practli acting as catl They excite tion they oa ilceplessnesi chilly scnsa enornl debit r t disorders uble with tin fever no foot to- standing or treatworse thanCiduey medl teot from rctlcs These icy physics tho bowels unusual no These dlur o ire centnu cause of serious kidney disease Dont try to doctor the kidneys themselves for you will only harm them Their only strength Is nerve orrSold and recommended by IALL DEALERS DJ m ft J I Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reek IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD r 1 e CASE with wh this thresh ll1g season a success fJI To be successful one must have an equipment that is both f labor saving and money making You will find both of fi these features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a call i Capital Foundry machine Company Apr j1m I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCi TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether on Invention Is probably pntentuble CommunIca- tions on Iatenta tent free Oldest Jour patents Patents taken agency k Co receive tptctal notice without charge In the Scientific JUwrican handsomely Illustrated weeklY Largest cir culatlon of any eclomlflo journal Terms a year fourmonthsISL Sold by all newsdealers I4UNN CO 3610 adway New York Branch Office CS P Bt Washington D C DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- Ste Clair Flats i Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Sttamtrt Of the Leaving foot of MadisonStreetDailyat- after trams Returning arrive Week Day Sundaysooop Fare to Detroit unlimite round trip 11 Excursions to Detroit and return Week Day Sunday se To It Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 300 meals and berth extra Special Rater to Soot ttsClose connections at Detroit with steam en for Buffalo the Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 f TrMgr WH 60LOtNOJfJ f ti tit4TM foes P1llt81Y1llOY s For the Spring of 1906 the BLUt GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer a full 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 HILLENMEYEU SONS iBedIf you find one lone bed bug and are quick enough to catch him dont feel that your work is done He undoubtedly has a large following When theres one seen there are generally many more hidden away in cracks and crevices If metis ures are not immediately taken for wholesale destruction there will be thousands more and in a very short time too A liberal use of GAYLES BEB BUG KILLERr will shortly annihilate the whols army of bugs You cannot get at the work to quickly Its even a good idea to use the bug killer as ti pre caution you never can tell 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 J Price 25 Cents ii WI GAYLE J Druggist BroadwayIFrankfort K- yJr+ il J 1Z2m Ib ATTENTION FARMERS 1 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF e Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded I Fences 4 No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by IN Buggy Rugs of All Kinds ir i MARRIED CORNMASTERSIn this city on Tuesday Mr Dudley Corn of Washington county and Miss Alice Masters of this county were mar ried GRAHAM UPDYKE In this county on Wednesday Mr Geoigi c G Graham and Miss Sarah R Up dyke were married by Rev L D Stuoker fiNEWMANPETTYAt the rec tory of the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday Mr Thos F Newman and Miss Bertie Petty were married by Rev Father Thos I S Major Mr Newman is a popular and clever young man His bride ii the handsome daughter of Capt E S Petty rDID YOU KNOW Father Williams Indian Tea- gathered in the Rocky Mountains acts directly on toe Mucous Mem brane purifies the blood and cleanses the entire system of the microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of these trouble we recommend it believing a course of Father Williams Medi nine will produce better results than any other in the market Tea f or tablet form 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co ffDrWeavers Treatment Bjrnp purif lei the blood Cerate heali ikln ernptton i fAPPOINfED ADJUTANT GEN- ERALI s OrISpeaker Henry K Lawrence of Cadiz Trigg county was apt Adjutant General on Thurs frday to succeed Gen Percy Hnlr resigned to become a member of the Board of Control of the Asy t lums of the State Gen Lawrence has assumed the duties of the posi tion 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 Those are then moor into a soft soothing nod t healing imported petroleum Jelly secured in Europe When r to diseased mucuous membranes it acts like magic clearing up those revolting diseases promptly and with a marked sensation of com fort Sold by all dealers IC T OFFICERS I Frankfort Commandery No 4 Knights Templars elected the fol- lowingr officers Thursday evening to servo during the coming year t Theodore Wylie Commander fJ David L Holland Generalissimo C M Lillard Captain General Robinson Farmer Senior Warp den Guy Barrett Junior Warden IFrank W Keyes Prolate G Stagg Treasurer Mason P Brown Recorder George W Hutchison Standard J7Bearer L Barnes Sword Bearer S John F Harcourt Warden GUB Schaefer Sentinel Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate inwnrfnl Ucattatn for blood and ikln dUtuM P C SOWER CO OUR DRUGGIST TELLS US We learn today that our local druggists have made special arrangements which carries wits it an agreement to keep in stock constantly a full line of special prescriptions created at the Lab oratories of Dr Shoop- A novel yet thoroughly practical and newlycreated article has just been issued from the Laboratories in question called Luxets and it included as a part of the arrangement made today By the in question We refer to a prescrip tion put up in candy tablet form for the relief of constipation sour stomach bad breath sallow com plexion 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 beautlfuJlylIilJOgraph tail for the remarkably low price of 5 cents per boxIOn the box is printed the ingredi ents consisting of Cascara Sagrada Egyptian Senna Solid Extract of French Prunes Slippery Elm Bark and other highly meritorious in gredients for the conditions mentioned above A Candy Cold Cure put up in the same style also sells at 5 cents per box and is called Dr Shoops we believe will be glad to learn of the new arrangement and particularly of the new rem edies which certainly seem worthy of a trial purchase involving only the cost of a nickel + a PRESBYTERY ORDERS DISSO LU ION At the recent meeting of the Ebeneezer Presbytery to which the Ffrst Presbyterian Church of this city belongs held in Flem ingsburg ordered that the pastoral relation between Rev Dr J McC Blayney and the First Presby terian Church be dissolved and that the pulpit be declared vacant on Sunday April 29th Rev Dr Henry Dosker of the Louisville Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church will supply the pulpit for the month of MayWANTEDDistrict Managers to post signs advertise and distributes mpll Salary 18 weekly 3 per day for expenses State ape and present employment IDEAL- SHEAR CO 89 Randolph St Chicago 204m THEJPACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country during the period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rookies a sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to the Exposition Cit Americas virgin playground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see reach all by the most andI and luxurious means of would pay you to confer a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long distance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky 1JJi DEATHS MASON In this county on Mon lay Horatio P Mason Jr son of Mr Sam R Mason and wife aged about one month The remains were brought to the cemetery and interred in the family lot on TuesdayI MIDDLETONIn this city on Sunday an infant child of Mr M J Middleton and wife The funeral and burial took place at 3 oclock on Monday afternoon Rev Dr M B Adams conducting the services McCOYAt his home near Graefensburg on Sunday after noon Mr Ben H McCoy aged about 40 years of apoplexy- Mr McCoy was formerly a resi dent of this city where he was a partner of Mr W A Howard in the grocery business He was a com panionable and social gentleman- He was a member of North Fork Baptist Church at Switzer and the remains were taken there on Tuesday afternoon where the fune ral and interment took placeRev- Dr M B Adams conducting the servicesMr leaves a wife and four daughters to mourn his untimely end e A CHANCE FOR SATISFACTION If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve that failed to give satisfaction the chances are it did not have the name E C De Witt d Co printed on the wrapper and pressed in the box The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores bOlls totter cracked hands eto For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles it affords almost immediate relief It stops the pain Sold by J W Gayle BUYS CITY PROPERTY Col Joe R Newton of St Louis Mo has purchased the Robert Choate residence and the tenement house adjoining on Broadway street KILLTHIt COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew II FOR cONSUMPTION Price sOc tk 100 Freo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY SACS Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect February 11906sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 000 A M and GU P M Dally For Washington Baltimore Pliiladel- nliln New York lliplimntifl Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 P M Dally 23lyr lfCL t1rJg Hardware Merchants Both Phones307309 Main Sfe 1000000 Shingles FROM 200 to 400 per Thousand A- THammond Gos The Leading Newspaper of the Blue Grass The Lexington Herald FOR 500 PER YEARdIf paid in advance on or before January 15 1906 r Regular Rates 6 Per Year t FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS RIIPOR8 Comic Supplement and Dooleys Letters for 06 Daily Grain Produce and Live Stock market refports from all of the leading cities The most com r plete neighborhood news The only daily paper that covers all of the happenings of Central Kentucky AddressThe Lexington Herald Co 1 L Roundabout and Lexington Herald 575 for KyI loridaNew Cubareached in comfort via QUEEN ftCRESCENI ROUTE AND- SOUTHERN fly t THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida SpecialI la January fib Solid Pullman Train Leave CINCINNATI 035 T M LEXINGTON 1140 P M OfDiningM sonville and St Augustlao Chatta noogaiand Atlanta Florida Limited CINSJPJNllnLeave 090 A LEXINGTON 1038 DANVILLE lliCOA Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers ser Jack Aille BtAuBuatlne8hreveportaiftlNev via Chattanooga Atlanta and Sham Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan vWe to New Orleans via Chattanooga end Birmingham also through imilman Service to Jacksonville via and Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist ticket now on sale at reduced rateS Sot Information apply Chu W ZeU D P Cincinnati H Ylq P 3 T aullpallCr 1 01BBITT G RimiUOI Ctfttnl Xutftr nNATrhNAte wsgrs i Get acquainted with t SMITHS r jiqif SMITHS MAGAZINE t you are strangers we willsend you the magazine three monthsIfree that you may get acquainted q SMITHS is the biggest illus trated magazine in the world170 s pages of reading matter and pic i lures the same size page as the big standardmagazines like Harpers and Century q SMITHS is made up of the best ofeverythingbest stories that can be obtained best illustrations that clever artists can draw and the best special articles by writers who know their thoroughly and write as writtenIingly as they are instructive SMITHS also prints month a score or more prettyportraits in colors of t beautiful women in all u no better magazine than in fact none nearly as good no what the cost therctq Write today A postal will do Address Dept F Smith 85 Seventh Avenue New York i t Flyer Prices on Friday and Saturday III 4J r I Saturdays Remnants onehalf price 1 Organdies and Lawns Prices mean that on Flyer Days we give 1Flyer per cent off for Cash on Flyer Goods w S D 00FRANKFORT FEELS PROUD We take the following clipping from the Danville Advocate of April 10 Mr Joseph Bailey Brown one of the winners of the gold medal for oratory is a nephew of Mrs W F Barret Mrs W T Scott and Mrs Joseph Bailey for whose husband he was named Ho is a brilliant and capable young man hand is a graduate of the Frankfort High School His father Mi Knox Brown and his mother were oitylCENTRAL WINS liThe Danville College was first in the race for debating honors last Friday evening in the intercol legiate contest with State College At Lexington The contest was well attended and the Central rep resentatives warmed to their sub jectsThis is the first contest in the intercollegiate association this sea son The debate was on the ques tion Resolved That the Inter State Transportation Rates should be regulated by the National Legislature Central taking the affirmative and State the negative The judges wore Judge Watts Parker Mutt Walton President W G Frost of Berea President J L Weber of Kentucky Wosloyan and Judge James P Tarvin of Covington The vote was very close Central oontestIants versity and A M Kirby W S Hamilton and W J Baxter for I tate College Danville Advocate IA Wonderful Record made UI by Improved and exact Prescriptionr sating all the womanly functions correcting displacements as prolapsus antover painfulIlower abdominal region dries up tbo pelvic catarrhal so disagreeablo and weakening and overcomes every organsdistinctlyFavorite Prescription is tho only medicine for the makers of which are not afraid to print their formula on the bottle wrapper thus taking their patrons into con fidence It s only medicine for women every Ingredient of which has the strongest possible endorsement of tho most eminent medical practitioners recommendingitPrescription Is used It Is tho only i putup medlclno for women sold druggists which does not con tain ta largo percentage of alcohol so harmful in the long run especially to delicate women It has more genuine cures to its credit than all other medl cines for women combined having saved thousands of sufferers from the knifelvirilitylbrighteningof homes by the advent of little ones to Strengthen the marital bonds and add despondencyhadWrite to Dr R V Pierce Ho will send you good fatherly professional advice absolutelyfreeDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets do not systemThe Peoples Common Sense Medical Advisor by Dr Pierce 003 pages Is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only 21 ono cent stamps stampsforas above t r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn roe tor Sunday April 22 930 a m Sundayschool 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 730 p m Evening Prayer and SermonEverybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D pastor Rev Dr W O Carver of the Southern Baptist Theological Sem- Inary will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 945 a m in chapelBaraca at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 p m in the chapel Leader Dr N M Garrett Subject Baptists in Missions wednesdarnightVisitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 645 in the chapel- Prayermeeting Wednesday even In chapelThe Tuesday afternoon at oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S 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 CHURCHRev J MoO Blayney D bwill preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 7HO p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 oclock p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend VERSAILLES GRANTS TRACTION CO ALL IT ASKED We are glad to be able to report that the Versailles City Council has receded from its position of obstruction to the building of the traction lino and has granted a new franchise to tho company which grants all the rights that it asked and work will at once begin on the completion of tho line into that city WRECK ON SHORT LINE Spreading rails at Verona caused a wreck on the Short Lino Division of tho L N on Monday Pas senger trains for Cincinnati were forced to come through this city thence to Lexington Paris etc A I Below we quotes fov ItflndIc for one Paper Hair Pins Ic for Curd Hooks and Eyes 2c for one Roll Tape 2c for a Paper Pins 4c for bolt Feather Stitched BraidI4c for one dozen Safety lie for Good Hair Brushes 4c for Box of Hair Pins 5c a card for Pearl Buttons 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton JOHNSON BURGLARY AT FARMDALE A white man entered the home of Mr Wallace Estill who owns tho old Tom Farmer place opposite the Stewart Home six miles from the city on Friday night but was run oft without obtaining any burglar was very cool about it and carried a lamp part of the timeMr Estill thought at first when he heard the man moving about in an upper room that it was his son Upon finding that he was discov ered the burglar blowout the lamp and dodged about so that Mr Es till could not shoot at him until he got out of the house Mr Estill then fired two shots but does not think he hit the man He obtained entrance through a back door that Mr Estill had left unfastened for his son to come in Dr has created at his his Laboratories a superior sweet toothsome candy tablet named Laxets The ingredients are- printed on the very attractive little lithographed metal boxes in which these tablets are sold Laxets sell at the very low price of 5 cents per box A better safer or more certain laxative than Laxets is Dr Shoop believes absolutely impos sible Laxots are for Constipa tion Sour Stomach Bad Breath Sallow Complexion Liliousness Headache Dizziness etc etc Sold by nil IT Attention is called to the adver tisement of Mr John Edge in to days paper He is an expert 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David is hastily preparing to board the railroad train which is now nearly due In order to roach the station in time David calls to a traveler who is driving along tho public road and asks to be taken to the station Ho is scarcely seated in the vehicle when ho discovers that the man with whom he is riding is not guiding the horse and from the strange glare in his eyes David infers that he is in the power of a maniac Their vehicle is very near the railroad track the train has whistled and though it can not be seen because of a curve in the road it is so near that in another instant it will be upon them unless the horse is turned aside David tries to take the reins but with an unearthly shriek the mad man leaps to the track with the reins in his hands and Htrange to say when the engine struck the vehicle its owner and the horse being instantly killed David was thrown into a ditch besido the track whence ho was conveyed in an unconscious condition back to his mothers home Upon examination it was found by the physician Dr Palliate that he had sustained injuries which i would necessitate his remaining quiet for days perhaps weeks When David awoke to conscious ness looking about the room and seeing his mother he said II Mother I have had n fearful dream What time is it I would not have that train leave me for the world At the same time he t attempted to rise Alas twas not n dream but terrible reality which he soon recognized and in his helplessness asked Mother will not Una cone to me Of course you wrote to her of my accident Yes David I wrote to her and addressed the letter to Elmville where her parents reside David you remember you did not tell me where you loft Una and you burned the letter telling us of her illness su I wrote to Mr Hearts business manager Mr Tellnot and asked that my letter be forwarded to Atr t Heart You know too that there are often delays in our mail His mother dared not to tell him inhls weak condition how many days he had been insensible Then I know Una will come as- soon as she learns of my collision 4 with tlmtongineII said David and to his mothers muchneeded relief he again foil asleep She i dreaded the time when she should be obliged to tell David that her letter to Mr Tellnot had been re r0turned to her with a note saying he had received instructions from Mr Heart that no letters should be sent to him except those cf a purely business character and that no in dividual under nay circumstances should bo given his address an assumed one known only to Mr i Tellnot Who can appreciate Da I vids mothers situation Was there nut a twoedged knife de stroying her vitality Render if you have a living mother bowaro holy you handle the knives that are in your keep In jr Hoping David will sleep until much improved wo leave him and witness Mr and Mrs Hearts agony when they found Una insensible J deserted by her husband and to explain a single circum locConothint may not weep they can not sigh f is pressing on their breasts A breath breathes on them witheringly eir tears are dry their sighs suppressed IT intimations in the fore or I going the reader will infor that Mr Heart Units father acts promptly Receiving no reply to his letter which he had rightly supposed would reach David Dare at his mothers ho at once decided to leave Altotia as soon as Una should be able to travel and if possible out off all communication with his familys former associates for the remainder of the time allot toil for their tour Unas father having received no reply to his letter deemed David Dares conduct an unpardonable in sult to himself as well as an out rage not to bo forgiven by his laughter and at once decided to leave Altona as soon as Una should bo able to travel We will not subject our daugh ter to tho tenier mercies of scandal mongers and we will continue our summer drive throimh the country as far as possible from all tele graph and mail facilities I believe Unas good sense with the constant change of scene will restore her health and fortify her against any efforts made by David Dare should he attempt to offer any explanation for his inhuman conduc- tIt will ba remembered by our readers that the last conversation between David and Una occurred after the rising bell had ruing and before breakfast When they did not appear as usual at the break fast table a servant was sent to their room to ask if they would have breakfast in their room No response being made to his knock after repeated knocking the ser vant returned to the dining hall and said he II could not make anyone hear As if by intuition of impending evil Mr and Mrs Heart at once arose and hastened to the bridal chamber where they found Una as being no one in the house who could give any account of Da vid Dare and there being no indi cation of personal violence the physician gave his opinion as afore said Thinking David land out into tho village a messeigeil- was sent to find him if possible and tell him of Unas illness The messenger returned saying A person who was well acquainted with Mr David Dare had driven up to the livery stable while ho was asking if Mr Dare had been at the stable and said he had passed Mr David Dare at least five miles from the village in a road cart with another gentleman They were driving a very fast horse and doubtless he was so far by this time that tine quickest way to overtake him would be to wait until the railroad train came along and send message by that Acting upon this information Mr Heart had the letter before re ferred to sent to Walnut Hill which David received so promptly but as wo know was not answered and Mr Heart accordingly in structed his agent Mr Tellnot as aforesaidDays suspense and parental solicitude are tit last rewarded the crisis in her condition being safely passed Reader shall I tell you what Una is like There is a ray of love in her bright eye That with its magic wins the soul it warms There Is a smile of beauty on her lips TnaTsofTbeguilin beckons to a banquet But theres a mild serenity of vir tue That in this sunny paradise pre vails- Hallows each charm and awes pro fane approach u Tnpu4 at tti or UnrofZOD WM 0OUeafUBA Unas parents avoided reference to the cause of her illness until she voluntarily gave them as nearly as she could remember tho conversa tion which she and David had just before he left her adding that she know David only meant to ten her a little by what he said as ho left tho room and knowing that Davids mother lived near Walnut Hill Una said ho was no doubt waiting there for them My dear daughter said her father I trust your version of Da vids conduct is true and if true he was too uncivil to say tho least of him not to be reproved and I think the mildest and most effec tual way to administer what lie de serves is to continue our tour in another direction not letting David know our whereabouts and by the time ho finds us lie will see him self as others see him II Fattier whatever you say shall be my law while lam with youH lam ready to leave this place at any time The view from my window saddens me Whenever I look out there I seem to see David get into that road cart and ride so quickly out of sight Accordingly our little party of three Mr and Mrs Heart and Una Dare sot out in a beautiful new surrey which Mr Heart had ordered from Mossrs Publish Advertise d Co Carriage Manufacturers who thought it would be a nice little advertisement for them to have mentioned in the personal column of the city paper thattho wealthy Mr Heart of Elmville had or dered one of their handsome new styli surreys to be sent to Altona whence he proposed to drive him self and family through the bluegrass region of Kentucky Mr Hearts surrey is now on exhibition in our factory but will be deliv ered to him next Tuesday Parties wanting a surrey would do well to see this before it is shipped NIGHTS OF UNREST No Sleep No Rest No Peace for the Sufferer from Kidney Troubles No peace for the kidney sufferer Pain and distress from motn to night Got up 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