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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdvnDceIVOL XXIXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APR 28 19Ca I Attractive Oxfords Three styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here for women These three selected because they are especially new and charming ILaird Schober fc Co Ribbon Tie A dress low Shoe made of patent calf very light and flexible turn sole plain toe and military heel wide silk laces large eyelets price 500 iIf t The New Pump In four leathers Black gun metal calf and black ooze calf 400 pat ent colt skin and blue suede at 500 Pumps met with great favor footInot slip at the heel 350 Patent Colt Oxford One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces both with flexible turn soles and medium heels ft K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY For the Roundabout FOR THE TEACHERSATUR DAY It is humiliating to be such a creature of moods Last night I had reached the point of being eon tent and even happy to have been called out to battle and here I am hankering after love and peace again Money in itself I care not for at all but the awful horror of being in debt and finding the most constant care necessary to make both ends meetthose scanty ragged edged incomes have be come almost an irksome duty to take up and transpose But there is an even way out of it Doctor May said only last week that I was tho girl after his own heart These papers must be overlooked those shirt waists must be laun dried dinner gotten for the hands and I am idle waiting for the good fairy to blow me to the enchanted land where books and lessons never come l1nrgaret Green lived in the garden of the Gods not excelled by any other homo in Kentucky It was an oldfashioned frame house perched up on a hillside near an old grist mill which wheel was turnod by the water as it flowed over a dam built of logs and rooks An ideal place to go fishing to sot your canoe in the ebb of an oddyand r cast your line in the deep dark pool under the overhanging trees Further up the Elkhorn was an overhanging rook where the water dripped with musical cadence Thorn the moss was greenest and the first flowers of the spring grow in sweet profusion It was a walk too where the boys and girls wont for a holiday or a pair of lovers whispered the story old yet ever newGrandpa Green was the agod miller People came for miles around that ho might grind their wheat into sweet nutritious flour or their corn into delicious meal Grandma Green wove rag carpet and it was pretty too so soft and so bright Her room vas low coiled and high wainscoted a striped rag carpet covered the floor a beautiful old chest of drawers with an oldfash ioned mirror high back cane woven chairs a little round table with a Bible and work basket a tabby cat asleep before the open l fireplace The sunshine on the IA j whitewashed walls a picture always fresh and beautiful upon the tablet of my heart Could you have partaken of the dinner that day you too would have exclaimed Nothing else where tastes as good as tho cooking in old Kentucky Dishes washed laundry ironed papers marked Margaret Green asserted herself with solemn differentIings First the silence of knowl edge which does not speak or nrgue because it knows and there fore there is no more to be said Second the silence of ignorance which pats the pardoned offense because it docs not know and therefore has no right to say anything at all Third tho silence of forgiveness which puts tho par doned offense behind its bauk and never refers to it again uttering no word of reproach or regret but leaving tho dead past to bury its dead in a nameless and forgotten grave Fourth the silence of pa tience which suffers long and is kind and can possess its soul until the daybreak be tho night over so long Fifth the silence of endur ance which never complains nor bemoans its fate however hardly tho stars fight against it Sixth tho silence of peace that silence which keeps unutterod the word which it knows would produce boated argument and loud discus sion and which might separate very friends Iho last was hors and she felt within her soul tho definite purpose Dr May came up just then in his spick and span new rig Hero was tine possible event It might as well be met and she nerved herself for the consequences Commonplace conversation ran on apace and thou came one of those periods of silence that precedes an earthquake She understood him at lastho felt sho did as if a man be understood by one woman in the world recognition in one aim one purpose of a friend ship higher than mortal dared to dream She warded oil tho ques tion and he had his answer almost before either know tho denouement She thought ho would smile and grant her the forgiveness so much desired but no ho was one of those narrowminded men who look on It impossible for them to make a mistake and who if such a sus I I i r f pioion should ever cross their minds are only incited the more to sullenness and greater severity His judgment was something long to be remembered I thought you could reciprocate my affection Miss Margaret You certainy led me to think so and positively gave me encouragement Now I shall be the laughing stook for the whole neighborhood Your father is in debted to me for the house in which you live and I shall foreclose the mortgage if you do not consent to marry me Alas the good and forgiving emotions which arise are too often marred by an evil destiny which with secret malice instills poison into the soul and separates those finer threads by which we should become truly known to each other- I have never given you cause to believe that I ever loved you In fact I have given my affections to another and if I do not marry him will remain single all my life HI can work to make a home form parents You can foreclose and sell the home at any time I dare you to do so The Ideal is merged in the real and in your true nature I have discovered the selfishness of your pretended friendship Please allow me to bid you good evening Dr May and remember that Mar garet Green though a country school teacher is not mercenary enough to marry a man for either home or money My mind is forever closed against embarrassment and norploxity against uncertainty doubt or anxiety my heart against grief and desire My breast is steeled against annoyance on ac count of personal offenses and vex ations in personal merit and my whole personality has disappeared in tho contemplation of life Why has God permitted mo to live and how am I to know His will Godbye my friendN COX April 24 1906 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Stpaturt of sDr Weaver Syrup cad Cerate BncoMif ul treatment for blood and skin dleeuee Mi1I JiIii t PROGRAM OF EDUCATIONALI The following is the official pro gram of the Educational Confer ence to bo hold in Lexington com mencing Wednesday May 2 WEDNESDAY MAY 2 730 p mMusic 800 p mAddress of Welcome Qov J C W Beckham Response and Annual Address Mr R C Og den Address Gov Joseph W Folk 030 p m General Reception Sayre Institute admission by badge THURSDAY MAY 3 030 a m Session of State Su perintendents of Education viz The Hon J B Aswell of Louisi ana W T Carrington of Missouri J D Eggelston Jr of Virginia R B Cousins of Texas J H Fu qua Sr of Kentucky I W Hill of Alabama J H Hilnemon of Arkansas W M Holloway of Florida J Y Joyner of North Carolina C B Martin of South Carolina W lit Merritt of Georgia T E Miller of West Virginia and S A Mynders of Tennessee Re view of Womens Work in Educa tion by Mosdames B B M tin ford L R Dashiell W R Hollowell and L B Patterson Paper Memphis as a Public School Center Hon Wharton Jones 100 p m Barbecue at Woodland Park Admission by badges Ex ourslons to stock farms by carriages and automobiles 400 p m Reception by Womans Club of Central Kentucky Ad mission by invitation card 730 p mMuslo 800 p m Compulsory School Attendance in West Virginia Dr Waltman Barbe of Morgantown W Va Causes of School Boys Lessened Interest in an Intel lectual Life Dr Brown Ayres of Knoxville Tonn Moral Educa tion of the Masses Dr Charles W Kent of Charlottesville Vir ginia Addresses Dr E A Alder man of Charlottesville Va Dr Charles D McIver of Greensboro N C FRIDAY MAY 4 080 a in Business Election of Officers etc 1080 a m Agricultural Edu cation Dr James W Robertson of the Macdonald College at St Anne do Bellevue P Q Canada Dr S A Knapp of the United States Bureau of Plant Industry at Lake Charles Louisiana 400 p m Reception at Kentucky State College Gymnasium Hall Reception at Hamilton College of Kentucky University 7rfO p mMusic 800 p nlHow to Afford City Children the Advantages of a Country Environment Superintendent E H Mark of Loulovillo Ky Address Hon John W Yerkos of Washington D C Impromptu addresses GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in usePalo Weak Nervous Delicate Womon suffering from those weak nesses and diseases peculiar to their sex will find in Father ViI liams Indian Tea a wonderful Tonic and Regulator It quiets tho Nerves puts on flesh gives stopbrighteisplexion and makes you well and 20ICo 2 INJURED BY FALLING BRICK Mr John Fallis beerrunner at the 0F C distillery was knocked unconscious and badly hurt by some brick which had become loosened in the wall of tile distiLI lory falling upon him oarl urday morning He was taken to his home on Broadway street find Dr J S Goodrich summoned who rendered due surgical attention IIIaWltt Early Risers Tile famous little pills iiJt a iA INTERESTINGI ITEMS AT CI KAGIN III BROIS 1i You Can Save Money or These PERSIAN LAWN nn quality for excellent1and childrens washes beautifully II per yard only FLOWERED LAWNS in beaulJII tiful floral designs special 1 II values per yard at only WHITE LINEN 86 in wide linen lawn a ful quality per II yard only WHITE IRISH LINEN 86 in wide only jOe III LAWNS beauti IIJII SHIRTING PERCALES 86 J wide shirting percales white grounds with I blue pink stripes rfigures per yard II only WHITE WASH SILKS II 86 in wide only tiful in worth per yard special price only II LACES pretty iniita 1 Lion val laces per yard only I tiful per nUIr onI Ionly 0 in I EDGES II INSERTIONS worth I 7c per yard only 1 and VAL 1 AND j WASH BELTS 15 doz of tiful embroidered I only 15c I 30c IS5c IiI inI lOc I i 50c I 1 II SILKOLINE patterns 12ic DRAPERIES henuI II II lOc I 2ke I 1 II Itlongpatterns 11 I jiWIDE RIBBONS wide IregularII IEMBROIDERED 5e ilWtlITE bl1llu1designs I variety 25elWHITE WASH SKIRTS made of white duck trimmed with tucks and band extra llh1 sntjWHITE LAWN WAISTS made of good lawn sleeves and yoke neatly tucked entire front emy 1broidered + t CIKAGINa BROJ41 St ClaIr St at BrIdge IIfi 150r Our Great Wash Goods at 10 15 25c PERSONAL Miss Margio Dudley has returned from Florida Mr Chas Nelson went to Louis Sundnrr went to Louis ill 0 on Sunday 1vMr W B McEnnis went to Lou fisvflle on Sunday Mr J C Kernen has gone to Louisville to reside Miss Verna Williams is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Rupert visited friends in Louisville this week f Mr Saml Leidigh of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Hon R C Simmons Covington t was in the city Wednesday r Mr Louis Lea of Shelby county r was in the city on Monday L Miss Eloise Booe left Wednesday lor a visit to Flumingsburg Mr Sam D Johnson and wife r spent Saturday in Lexington Mrs Kate Buckley returned Sun day from a visit to California r Capt G D Ripley of LaGrange was in the city on Wednesday- Mr W H Williams and wife visited in Louisville this week Mr Howard Wilkerson of Lex- ingtoni was in the city this week Mr Goo L Roberts if this office spent Sunday in Louisville I Miss Corinne Henry returned I Sunday vine night from a tirp to Louis Mr Walter Crady visited his baby i boy week at Buffalo Laruo county this Rev A B Chinn returned Tues- dayi afternoon from a visit to Lex ington Miss Spicie Belle South left Mon day for New York City thence to Europe Col W B Jenkins of Louisville commercial evangelist was her MondayCol E Hoge left Friday night for Danville Va to visit his daughterCommonwealths Attorney W A Burkamp of Newport was in the city Monday Miss Leota Black of this office returned Sunday night from a visit to Louisville Miss Harriett McClure is visiting her aunt Mrs Walter Kelly at HopkinsvilleCapt Calhoun of Washing ton was hero this week on legal business Mr Woodson IC Woods and wife of St Louis Mo visited relatives here this week INr J Ed Crutcher of Fairfax Okla has returned from spending the winter there Mrs Hiram Berry has returnod from St Augustine Fin where she spout the winter S Mrs C Woitzel visited her mother Mrs McAullilo in Lox ington this week Rev C R Hudson left Tuesday for Indianapolis lad and will no return until today Mrs B G Williams and children are visiting her sister Mrs C W Vimont in Louisville Miss Jo Murphy was the guest of her surer Mrs Jos Bryan in Louisville on Sunday Mrs Eb Magoflln of Harrods was the guest of Mrs S J Shackelford this week Dr H B Lines of Render was hero on a visit to his mother Mrs H B Innos this week Mr E W Bosworth returned from a business trip to Lexington and Paris on Tuesday night i t jj i Jiil1W YOUR SPRING SUPPLIES reRaesn = n h015o1kClporsTowels Table Liaiens Dresser Scarfs Sheets fund i Pillow CasesIWe show Impost and Most Beautiful Line of Wash Goods In White Goods Lawns Madras and Dimities The very Best Assortment of Embroidery and Laces New I Dress Skirts and Underskirts Lathe Vests Unequaled Values at 10 c 15c and 25c Superior Grade of Muslin Underwear Defender brand Finest Assortment of Ladies Misses Childrens Boys and Girls Hosiery CHAS JI WEITZEL Mr Frank Tracoy Common wealths Attorney of Kenton county was hero Wednesday Mrs Henry Scearce was called to ChriPtiansburg on Wednesday by the illness of her mother Mrs J W Brewer of Louisville is the of her sister Mrs Wal ler B George Ann street Mr W H Williams wife and children spent Sunday in Lexing ton the guest of relatives Mrs Ben B Groom of Versailles visited her parents Mr S Thos Pence and wife this week Miss Mary Markham of Pleasure yule is the guest of her aunt Mrs F W Keyes Second street Miss Maggie J LeCompte of Lexington was the guest of Miss M Scottie Chinn this weak Messrs J C Noel and A G Jeffors have returned from a visit to their ranch in Oklahoma Miss Westfeldt of North Carolina is the guest of her sister Mrs L P Tarlton at Fleetwood Miss Lottie Haehl of Louisville is the guest of Miss Leota Black of this office on Steele street Mrs Earl Rogers and children who have been guests of friends at Maysville have returned home Gen N B Hays loft for Vash ington City on Wednesday to argue a case in the U S Supreme Court Mr John T Hazelrigg of Mt Sterling was the guest of his sis ter Mrs E C ORear this week Editor J O Cooper of the Midway Clipper was in the city on Saturday and made us a pleasant callMrs Walter Robinson of Louis villa who has boon the guest of Mrs Bettie Benton has returned home Col C E Hoge and wife who have been visiting their daughter at Danville Va have returned homo Mrs Victor Hugo and daughter of St Louis Mo are guests of her SlieleMrs E E Abbett and Miss Margaret A Lewis were guests of Mrs Wm G Abbett in Georgetown on SaturdayMrs M Hanley of Louisville who has been the guest of her son Mr John P Hanley returned home SaturdayMrs L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr Goo F Berry at Juniper Hill SaturdayHon G Stuart of Win chester was the guest of his brother Mr John H Stuart on SaturdayMrs Blackburn of Georgetown was the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Bettio Bontou this week Attorneys Butler T Southgate and D G Falconer of Lexington attended the Court of Appeals on WednesdayMrs E Wallace of Lexington who has been visiting friends hero anti at Woodlake hits returned home Mrs Henry E Woolfolk and wife MrtHill this week Miss Jan Jo Dohonoy who has boon visiting friends in Washington City for several months returned homo this week Mrs R M Bergman of Irvine who has boom the guest of her parents Capt r T West and wife has returned home Mr Virginia Bennett of Eddy yule who has boon the guest of Mrs L C Norman has gone to Danville to visit friends Mrs C Grain Graham of New port who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Mollio Thomas re turned home on Sunday itit d t1t r Mr Harry Stephenson of Michigan City Jnd was the guest of StephensonHolmes Mrs Mary Smith has moved her residence and boarding house to No 826 Shelby street recently va cated by Mr J W Simmons Mrs R L Coblin wont to Louis ville on Wednesday to bo with her sisterinlaw Mrs Lindsay South operntionMrs Mary V Darlington and daughters Misses Carrie and Janie of Vevaj Ind who have boon euests of relatives have returned homo Mr R H Colvin wife and daugh ter of Falmouth who have been guests of her parents Rev T F Taliaferro and wife have returned homeMr John M Perkins and wife and Mrs Choate and daughter Miss Edith attended the funeral of Mr Wm Perkins at Benson on SaturdayMiss Richardson of Shel byvllle who has been the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Sheffer Richardson in this city has re turned home Mr John T Buckley of Ocean Grove Cal arrived hero Monday and will dispose of his household effects and his house on Second street before returning to California Mrs W L Cannon entertained a number of her friends at a charm lug musicale Tuesday evening Among those present from a distance were Mr and Mrs Goo Berry Miss Annie Brown and Mr Ben Keenon of Frankfort Mid way Clipper eLATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amino stock C ML BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf I SHAKEN UP Mrs C C Hazelrigg wife of that popular liveryman Mr C C Hazel rigg fell from a step ladder on Thursday narrowly escaping broken bones and was consider ably bruised and shaken up ea GET READY FOR SPRING Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of a stuffy wantofozouo condition in the blood and system generally springTakefamous 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 RICHMOND VA GETS NEXT REUNION The reunion of Confederate Hosts at New Orleans La hold this week was a big thing for the grizzled veterans Richmond Va was selected as the place for the next reunion Dr Shoop has created at his his Laboratories a superior sweet toothsome candy tablet named Laxots The ingredients arc- printed on tho very attractive little lithographed metal boxes in which thoeo tablets are sold Laxots soil at tho very low price of 5 cents per box A bettor safer or moro cer tain laxative than Laxots is Dr Shoop believes absolutely impos sible Laxots arc for Constipa tion Sour Stomach Bad Breath Sallow Complexion Biliousness Headache Dizziness etc etc Sold by alb dealers hnr 4t OUR 25c MUSLIN- UNDERWEAR = u A look will convince you e anyIthing NEXT WEEKS SPEC IAlS I 1SlcirtsSuits 950 1275 1500 1750 All greatly re duced in price These are the goods we must close out at any price Covert Coats and Jackets 475 500 Silk Coats just received Neckwear and Belts Turnover Collars 5c lOc loc Handmade Stocks 25c and 35c Belts New ideas25c 35c 50c All new and uptodate ORGANDIES LAWNS BATISTE C SILK CRYSTAL MULLS 19c All Shades PERSIAN LAWNS 15c 20c 25c48 in wide Lace Curtains and DraperiesLace Cur tains 50o 75c 100 150 Curtain Swisses 8 c lOc i loo 20c Embroidered Swiss full widths 25c and35c i Exclusive Styles in Embroideries in Single and Match Sets Silks When you need Silks see ours You will be astonished at prices F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE I There are persons in every community who buyInothing 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 IIAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several times over and is told under a GUARANTEE that means SOlEiTHING Jf you nctda new vehicle of any kind it will PA Y you to see us before buying We make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our representative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller carriage GoI I VERSAILLES KY t H K WARD President STONEWORK UNDERWAY Tho contractors have commenced laying tho cut stone work on the now capitol building GROW STRONG AGAIN Nothing will relieve indigestion that is not a thorough digostant Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you ont and allows tho stomach to rest recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore tho stomach and digestive organs to a full per formance of their functions naturally and bring health and strength Sold by J W Gayle genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day Dr Weavers Treatment 81J1ptor the blood i Cerate for skin emptta rJ C M BROW ISG Sec and Treas C1A S rrr rABears the ATho TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I tho Sheriff of Franklin County 1Ky reoommond to the public Smiths Agriculture Liniment as an excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Backache Strains Old Sores Poisonous Hires Sore ness through tho Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and tho liko having used it in my family for yearsriYours very truly 223m R C HIEATT Sheriff JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASON EaANXFOaJ KY- r Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any of County Boiler r336m Readyto Wear Taffeta Shirt Waist Suitsblue or black only 1000 Eton Suits of Taffeta worth 30 to 35- only 2500 Eton Suits of Panama only 1500 to 2000 White Serge Coats just the right shape only 850 to 1500 Linen Eton or Pony Suits Jackets One Lot Coverts worth 10 to 12 only 800 One Lot Grey Coats worth 15 only 1000 Skirts 1500 New Greys 500 BIRTHS WILKERSONIn Lexington on Saturday to Mr Norman Wilker son and wife nee Mattio Morrison of this city a daughter THE FRANKFORT MILLINERY CO Is offering tho BEST GRADE OF MILLINERY at tho MOST REA SONABLE PRICES A call will convince you Best assortment of exclusive novelties to be found anywhere Dressmaking department same floor St Clair St Ringgold Building 84lm TO ATTEND METHODIST CHURCH Capital Lodge No and Frank fort Lodge No 28 I O O F will attend the Methodist Church to morrow in a body Rev J O A Vaught will deliver an addiess suit able to the anniversary of this noble Order which will be the 87th BADLY BRUISED AND SHAKEN UP Mr Sohuyler B Mayhall Sr baggage agent on the L Jz N R R was so unfortunate as to fall into an excavation made for a sewer from the new depot on Broadway street on Sunday night His leg and hand were badly hurt he being a largo and heavy man Ho was taken to his home and Dr Hume attended to his injuries fSALOONS IN CRAW WILL BE FOUGHT In accordance with the recom mondations of tho grand jurys re port the furthor licensing of saloons in that portion of the city known as Craw will bo strenuously fought It is hardly likely that i s they will be granted license CASTC BXABoars SIgnature of FOOT BROKEN 1 As Mr W H Shields of tho Bald Knob precinct was hauling a load of lumber out from tho citya wheel of tho wagon ran off throwing him 1totho ground anti the load ran over 1isleft foot crushing tho bones L T Danish was called and attended to his injuries Mr Shields will bo confined to tho house for some timo t Cure the cough and save tho life Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs and colds down I to tho very verge of consumption Time Spent in This Store is Well Spent There is much to seeeo much more than than can bo seen in a casual stroll through the aisles Stop at the Dress Goods Departmentfor instance yon will find yourself moving from one roll to another of the display feeling the sturdy textures of this admiring the beautiful patterns of that noting the peculiar weave of another Then on to the Department where Suits and Jackets will be foundsplendidly tailoredin the very latest and most pop ular styles complete in the assortment of sizes Just as much care is given to Mattings Rugs and Lace Curtains Silk Goods have their space and all are full of suggestiveness as to the present and possible needs Muslin Underwear and Hosiery the right kinds In short there is scarcely a possible want which can not be secured at this store better and more economically than elsewhere Dress Goods Silks and Mohairs Special Values at 37c and 69c White Mohair or Serge 50c to 100 Shirt Waist Silks Special Assortment 59c tt rI DEATHS CARRAt his home In Belle point on Monday Mr Coleman Carr aecl 78 years The funeral and burial took place on Tuesday afternoon Rev A B CIinn of Ascension Church con ducting tho services DOES IT DO ANY GOOD What good does it do you to ont if your stomach fails to digest the food None It does you harm causes belching sour stomach flatulence etc Whon tho stomach fails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after each meal will digest what stomlohsweetant and will afford relief from any disorder duo to imperfect digestion or tnal assimilation Sold by J W Gayle EAR HOG Mr L Quire of Ottorsville this county has a hog which was born without ears and is as deaf as a post He ie now about ten months old weighs 390 pounds and there Js just the slightest semblance of an ear but no opening in the sides of his head Mr Quire will have the hop on exhibition here on court day the first Monday in Mayand will offer him for sale e A BADLY BURNED GIRL Or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salvo is applied promptly G J Welch of Tekonsha Mich nays I use it in my family for cuts sores and nil skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salvo made 25c at all druggists THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coun try during the period of low rates to Portland and California points nfewmost without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion City Americas virgin playground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta tho Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea tho mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by tho most comfortable rued luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a Mourn Route Agent while in Lou isvlllo for his offlce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telophono talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky White Goods and Embroideries Persian Lawns Exceptional Values at 15 19 and 25c White Embroidered Robes SemiReady 750 to 2500 Isnt it what you PUT IN or FEED to a refrigerator that you should consider The Automatic as we can prove to youis the one to buy The exclusive features will appeal to you ashasR ROGERS SONS 261 For the Roundabout A WEARY PILGRIM Oh merciless surges that over me roll How often they seem to overwhelm my soul Till I sigh for that peace perfect peace in that land Where loved ones are gathering in one happy band And I long to hear Jesus call from afar To see heavens fold with its por tals ajar To walk with my Savior the ever green shore Where suffering and anguish shall come never more Companions are passing this frail trembling bark Are hastening homeward there free from the shark While I journey onward mid hope and despair Still trusting in Jesus his guidance and care Oh lone weary pilgrim on lifes stormy sea How fain would I anchor on that tranquil lea Relieved at last in that endless lily From sorrows afflictions forever and ayeCORA E SUDDUTH April 25 1000 TO CHANGE BUSINESS Mesdames Mandeville and Bar rett will their business in a IngIOLD TAYLOR TIlE PKEMIEK KENTUCKYWHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR Be SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky J f rf CHANGE OF BASE Rev E A Penick former roct n of Ascension Episcopal Church this city but lately of Phoenix Ariz has accepted tho charge of the Episcopal Church at Tusca loosa Ala Mr Penicks host of friends in this city and of his devoted wlteI arj glad that theyare coming a little nearer to tho Old Kentucky HomeBLUEGRASS TRACTION COMPANY Iexington Ky Dec 1005 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from n in to 11 p in except S Grid 10 pm Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7u in to 12 p m except 0 and 11 p in Leave Lexington for George hour from 0 n m to mlIp in except S and 10 p in Cur 14 currying freight express and trunks lent Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 nlm Leaves Paris 145 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can comIpunysstreetE Phone 010 Homo Phone 1274 It T GUNK Manager tf FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Tho Southern Railway have in augurated free reclining chair ear service between Louisville and Evansville on their first through trains leaving Louisville 780 a m and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This hue also operates free reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington amlDanvillo to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Uanvillo to St Louis limo Southern is 23 miles tho shortest from Louisville to Evansville fwd 43 miles the short est to St Louis aAt a Uaiii1 l Mattings and Rugs Large Assortment Pretty Patterns Best ValuesSee Iatti rigs we offer at 25 cents Lace Curtains An Unequaled Assortment of New Effects Muslin Curtains 7oc 100 and 150 TwoToned Effects 150 250 350 and 600 Irish Point or Point de Luxe Curtain 100 to S OIO Diptherio sore throat crour In Grant relief permanent cure Dr ranyrSMALL COUNTY BLAZE PiokensIsparks on the roof It was blazing merrily when the employes of the O F C and Kentucky River Dis tilleries headed by Mr Gavin Morris formed a bucket brigade and oxtinguished the fire The loss was nominal OUR DRUGGIST TELLS US r We learn today that our 10ca11 plJclalI t it an agreement to keep in stock constantly a full line of special prescriptions created at the Lab oratorios of Dr Shoop A novel et t lIorollh cn 1beenin question called Lsixots and is included as apart of tho jirranpo gistintion put up in ivmdy tablet form SOUlILaxetalarises i It has not even tho suspicion so far as taste is oonuorned that the cnnlyinLaxets are put up in beautifully 10ijo cents per box On tho box is printed the ingredi Sng1ldaIami other highly meritorious in gredients for tho conditions men tioned above A Candy Cold Cure put up in the same style also soils at 5 cents ShoopsProontics gladtoand particularly of the new rem edies which certainly went worthy of a trial purchase involving only the cost of a nickel Eggs Eggs o Eggs Van DresserBlanchard LeghornsThe Round 1 Eggs for Hatching 100 for 15 30tJI iL D GLANTON Frankfort Ky 1a tti THeFianRfortRounilaiJDiit Entered nt tilt post dire nt Frankfort Ken tuckyJissoiomlilujis inailable matter QEO A LEWIS ProV and Pub FRANKFORT APR 28 1906 KEW FRANCHISE GRANTED At the mooting of tile City Coun cil on Momlny night a now fran chise was granted to the Central Kentucky Tniction Co allowing the use under proper restrictions of all necessary streets for that companys lines or proposed lines from Versailles Owenton Law ronceburg and Shelbyville- We are glad to see that at last the long delayed building of these trac tion lines is assuming shape and it is now said the work on the Ver sailles road will commence in a few daysThere is every reason also to hope that the big power house to furnish the motive power for these roads will be located here Everything that can consistently be done should be done to forward these vital enterprises for tho up building of our city AGED COLORED WOMAN PASSES AWAY On Sunday morning last It Aunt Lucy Dotson colored passed away at her home on Third street this city aged 87 years Aunt Luoy was born a slave of the grandfather of the writer the late Mr John Lewis and was faithful in her love and service to the family throughout her long and use iul life She was a devout member of the Baptist Church and when the last summons came she was ready to go to meet her loved ones on the other was the widow of the late Rev Henry Dotson and had no children but had helped to rear and care for several of her nephews and nieces By frugality and in dustry she and her late husband had saved enough to build a comfortable home for their declining years Her husband preceded her to the better land about ten years The funeral services were conducted from the First Colored Baptist Church on Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock by Rev Mr Silvey the pastor after which the remains wore laid away in Green Hill Cem eteryA woman has gone to her reward SLIGHT BLAZE ON WEST- SIDE T At 1020 on Monday morning an alarm from box 37 called the department to the residence of Mr Green Walker on the West Side where a spark had started a blaze on the roof It was extinguished by citizens of the neighborhood before the department reached the scene Loss nomi- nalthroat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness at times adeep breath irritates itthesea- re features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the bloodand tone up the system Scotts Emulsioni- s just such a remedy It has wonderful healing andnourishing power Removes the cause of the cough and the whole system is given new strengthand vigor Sind for fret sample SCOTT fcf BOWNE cbtmbt 409415 Purl Street New York foe and ft 00 All ctrugghtt ii t 1 BadlySha- ttered Nerves ivf eat Heart Iand to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwaysleadsially where the patients heart is weak from hereditary or other causes Dr Miles Itart Cure is not only a great heart re lIlator but it is a blood tonic which speedaycorrects and regulates the hearts willbuildwhose letter follows and greatly improve your general health I have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered my troubled me a great deal I had in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on spellsandI could eat scarcely an kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steadas a die I sleep well eat well and weigh 163 pounds am happy moneyIwhile I was illT R CRAWFORD Center druggists sell and guarantee first tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CITY TAX RATE FIXED The City Council at its meeting on Monday night fixed the tux rate at 175 on the 100 This Is the limit allowed 07 the law for cities of the third class The increase of 25 cents on the hundred over last year was occa sioned by a deficit and by the increase of 10 cents for the school fund which was absolutely essen tialThe tax was distributed as fol lows for general fund 50 cents for scnools 25 cents for sinking fund NOTHING PARES To Father Williams Indian Tea for all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys Stomach and Bowels It causes a vigorous action of the Liver digesting the food causing a regular free movement of the Bow els cleanses the Kidneys purifies the Blood makes you well keeps you well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Tea or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 VALUABLE WHEEL STOLEN Mr Ernest Crutcher express mes senger on the F C Railway had a valuable Rambler Bicycle stolen from his home on Monday night The wheel was practically new and in good order It is hoped that the thief may be apprehended and the wheel secured Eat a Laxet atTbed fineand feel bright the next day Sold by all dealers ARRESTED FOR SWIPING A GUN Ennis Jackson colored was arrested on Monday by Officers Johnson and Samples charged with having swiped a 30 shot gun belonging to Mr R C Crenshaw Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture Jackson had pawned the gun It was recovered Good chance to have a dwelling furnished free at the States expense GOOD NEWS FOR FISHERMEN House of Representatives Washington April 19 1900 J The Roundabout Frankfort Ky Gentlemen Will you kindly notify the patrons of your papers that I will bo pleased to soo that they are furnished with fish for the stocking of ponds and streams upon application to mo Now is the time for making application for spring very truly SOUTH TRIMBLE PRESENTED WITH HANDSOME JEWEL Past Exalted Ruler R W Me Rory was presented with a hand some Elks Jeweled Watch Fob by the members of Frankfort Lodge No G30 on Wednesday evening ho having just retired from the presid ing office of the LodgeI jA J j f Xi lf HOME COMING IN WOODFORD COUNTY Wo are in receipt of tho hand somely printed and illustrated in vitation to the Homo Coming at Versailles accompanied by tho program which is to occur Juno 19 20 and 21 Wu desire to return our thanks for tho courtesy shown us by our genial friend Secretary Dan M Bowmar Wo should like to bo thoro very much indeed Wo rive below the invitation and program Its hamo and its hams hnnio fain would I bo O haute haute Name to my ain con tIWhen the lower is in tho had and the leaf upon the tree The lark shall slur me hamo in my ain countroe The Versailles Commercial Club on behalf of Woodford county and Versailles Ky xtend to you and your family a most cordial invitation to attend a reunion of all the former and present residents of Woodford county to be hold in Versailles Ky Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday June 19 20 and 21 purpose making this homo coming of those who have gone out to other States and to other sections of Kentucky a joyful occasion and it will not bo complete unless you come PROGRAM Tuesday June 19 Public meeting Addresses of welcome Responses by former residents of Woodford county- Oldfashioned barbecue Wednesday Juno 20 Carriage Drives Thursday June 21 Reception by the ladies of Wood ford county Ball in the evening fA YOUNG MOTHER AT 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years dyspepsiahadmonths 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 Sots Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies tho blood and cures Malaria Bilious ness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50o Guaran teed by all druggists NEWS FROM SAN FRANCISCO Capt 1 T West received a letter and telegram on Wednesday from his brother Mr L D West who lives in San Francisco Cal stating that his house was but little dam aged by the earthquake only to about 600 and it is supposed from this that it was not burned Tho family are all safe West says the scenes are sim 1111 and that ho would to write hurriedly as ho must assist others not so fortunate as he e aCLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningisso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can taldnAGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial hottle IrugISWORN INTO OFFICE On Tuesday last Mr M L Har beson recently appointed addi tional circuit judge of Kenton coup JudgeShaw IGot Dr Shoops Free Rook on Dr Shoops Rheu Tablets are sold by all dealers oAPPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE verjsnillesJudge of tho Clark Circuit Court to preside in cases in which Judge Bonton could not sit OASTORX4Bear the A H Dr Wearers Treatment snppurWHWO blood CeratoheauklurupUou Pleasanttotake I Laxat VTe V Syru J 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 normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines VegeIabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etcoUy our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have triedLALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey wenchesiPipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG j Hardware Paints Oils EtcrValue JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade r Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the placelrJOHN DRISCOLLV216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Dr Caflys Condition rowicra are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They are not food b PUtlhorsecents per package For sale by Jt W Gayle and LeCompte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh S River Louisville INo1C13 Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 0 in Arrives 745 n m Now Orleans Special No Leaves pNo720 a m Arrives 455 n ra in Elizubothfown For Fulton Paducah and intermediate Sunday Horvico to Elizabelhtown and Hodgen vine Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 480 p in Ar ivea 065 a m For Central City Connecting service to HodcenviUe and except Sundays Stop at all stations All Trains Run Dally soutnern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from j LLexington and Louisville TO St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m Lou isvillo 000 a in Arrive St Louis 012 p Carrying vostibulod coaches and CafoObsorvation Parlor Car Moals a changeLoavoisville 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 732 a m r Carrying Froo Rcollnt Char Oars and Pullman SiMperlthrO without change Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave I WALT i WATCtES AREXCARRJED ALL OVER THE WORLD i Cases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or rNI SELBERT INlJnmesWtingmethods recently made tho fol interesting statement ImPprovements have been made in agricultural machinery which are of great advantage to the farmers The Department of Agriculture has by experiments demonstrated what it is possible to do in prepar r ing for climate fluctuation in heat and moisture and has made a study of the soils of incalculable benefit to the tillers ADAPTS CROPS TO SOIL It is not only possible but it is practical and is the general rule nowadays for the farmer to study tho soil ho has to work and intel ligently select the crops best Adapted The days of old when the farmers year after year would plant the same crops to gather a fairly remunerative harvest when conditions were exceptionally good hand to exparienco failures under Adverse conditions have gone never to return The farmers now make it their business to know what their lands will do and they utilize them to the best possible advantage In IfllO the production per nero will be twiceas great as it was in 1900 This increase will be due e- nftirely to the advance which the are making in the direc tLion of selection and methods The I work of the department among the farmers in bringing about this re sult is of sufficient importance to warrant all the appropriations that t have boon made during the last six W years of its maintenance tWORK OF WIDE SCOPE departmentVAorengo production Agents have been at work all over the world lisearching for crops best adapted to conditions existing in various see of our wide expanse of terri I Mtntort They have brought up crops which blossom in the deserts and l now in tho arid tracts in parts of tho West crops are being produced where it was thought only rattle and lizards could thrivetsnakesIrrigation is doing much to make waste lands fertile but any If You Suffer with- Rheumatism Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy Will Bring the Utmost Relief that 1 Medicine Can The ono remedy which many physicians rely Upon to free tho system of the Rheumatic Pols ons which are tho cnuso of nil Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Gout Is Dit Snoops RHEU Dr Shoop spent twenty years combined in experimenting boA fore ho discovered tho chemicals whIch made possIble one almost always certain cure for Rheumatism etc SUOOP8 Not that D n RlIEUv IIATIO v can turn bony i joints Into Hush impossibleDutttcanand from tho blood the poisons h h caused thepwa- in aon swelling And that is the end of the paIn Wand swullinir the end thosuf erinrtho end of Rheumatism rThls remedy never falls where a cure Is possible It Is put up in tablet form vMconvcnlent and omical You wbobavo suacred and are suf fering today from pain Bcd aches which you know to be Rheumatism you who experience lameness or twinges of pain In damp weather you who cause become stiff and lame without apparent Just try DR snooPs KHEU MATIO CURE It is Just the kind of a remedy that accomplishes results Sold and recom SleDded by ALL DEALERS KEEPING A GOOD tHATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you lone of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will I them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to I be accurate timelreepersI A experienced farmer given nn abun dnnt water supply which ho can control onn produce good results Whnt the Agricultural Department is attempting is to overcome the natural conditions and think muoh has already been done in this line More will be done When I say there will be no more crop failure I do not mean that every seed each farmer plants will thrive and produce explained tho Secretary We may however safely count upon sufficient crops to supply our own needs and leave a surplus for export A flood may visit some valley and acres of growing crops may be washed away Grasshoppers may and probably will again appear in Knit sas Hot winds will blow but we will not hear so much of the grass hoppers and the hot winds in the futurePESTS TO BE CURBED The grasshoppesr will find so much to eat that they will not be noticed and the hot winds will find so much fresh and green to blow against that they will be checked and cooled Speaking seriously however the farmers nowadays go about their work with cool delib oration and knowledge of what they can accomplish They select the seeds of the crops they know will produce the host result upon tho soil to be cultivated Curtain varieties of corn and wheat for instance require more heat and moisture than others Where the growing seasons are usually dry and hot the farmer will not plant the corn which the farmer where more moisture is to be expected would use Farming is fast being reduced to a science if it may not be said that it has reached that stage already Scien tific methods now widely prevail Deep plowing soil investigation seed selection improved ma chinery all combine to assure tho farmers at harvest time of a fair reward for their toil and outlay They have intrenched themselves to such an extent that dispatches on the climatic conditions during crop seasons will not cause tile apprehension of crop failure as in years gone byrIhoro may aid oerItnlnlargo as last year but I ropeat we will not have what can be called crop failures MILLVILLE vlsitlnJCMrMiss Olaz Agee spent Sunday at Clifton with Miss Myrtle Cunning hamMrs A Ie White and children of Louisville sine visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ins Goins Mr C H Talbott of Versailles will lecture at tho Baptist Sunday school the filth Sunday All are invited to attend Mr and Mrs Sam Dozlor and children wore in Versailles this week and hall a pleasant visit Mrs Stun Shaw and daughter wore tho pleasant guests of Mrs James Wilson last week Mr James Goins and son Jnmos spent Saturday and Sunday at homo near this place thoilI Misses Darnell and tortained their friends last week with a very enjoyable party Miss Marcie Graham and Dr Dorsio spent last Sunday in Louis ville with friends Mr Harrison Barnes is on the sick list PEARL HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Frankfort Citizens Can Tell You all About it Hume endorsement the public expression of Frankfort people should bo evidence beyond dispute for every Frankfort reader Surely the experience of friends and neigh bors cheerfully given by them will carry more weight than tho utter ances of strangers residing in far away places Road the following Mrs Anna M Kavanaugh residing at 504 corner Main and Todd Sts says I received no perma nent benefit from all the different medicines I took for a number of years past trying to find relief for intense suffering I endured across the small of my back seemingly centered in my kidneys I became in fact about tired and discouraged in my efforts to find help At one time my condition was so bad from mydoctorsbetter but continued to suffer with the dreadful misery in my back and an annoyance and distressing weakness of the kidneys I rend the splendid testimonials about Doans Kidney Pills in our papers and this induced me tc make one more effort My grandson procured a box for me at J W store and to my most pleasant sur prise they gave me immediate re and by continuing tho treat ment I found myself remarkably improved For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for tho United States Remember the name Doans and take no other FUNDS RAISED FOR SAN FRANCISCO SUFFERERS Headed by the various benevolent organizations Masons Odd Fel lows Elks Maccabees United Workmen Knights of Honor Red Men etc the citizens of this city have contributed quite a handsome sum for the benefit of the San Fran cisoo sufferers STRONG Again is what Mrs Lucy Stovallof Tilton Ga saidafter taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds ifl otherweak womon are being restored perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take causellnearly have deprives tho system nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseasedI Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate all the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belching heartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat DoUubettlnoisfyUms trial er tin to it It of to to of IInorr For sale by J W Gaylo Iv1 I n Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF yOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD w n E want to argue the eASE with you and help you make this thresh ing season a success11ree8 fo be successful one must U that is bothilabor saving and money 1ouwill find both of these features in the J 1 Give us a call Capital FounoIg Compang Aprlot Kodol Dyspepsia Cu Digests what you eat 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCi TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ICAnyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably patentnble Communica lion strictly con5dontlni on Intenta patentsPatents ive rptclal notice without charge In the Scientific American- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Ijirect cir culation of any sclontiao Journal Terme53a Sold by all newsdealers IaUNNrCo 3olBreadway New York Branch Office F Bt Washington D C DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats IIPort Huron By the Magnificent Steamers of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat gr after arrival oCmorning trams Returning arrive Week Sundays 900 p Fare to Detroit unlimitedround trip SrI Excursion to Detroit and return Week Days at 75C To Ft Huron and return a delightful two days trip only gaoo meals and berth extra Special Rater io Socitlit Close connections Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agentor write 0f TrHgr OOlOENDJfJL Q TOliet 9 M1Jf W P J t 1111115tltllOg For tho Spring of 1900 tho BLUc GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer a full stock of Frnit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb As agentsStrawberryplication to M10mi H F HILLENMEYER SONS lOne Lone Bed Bug If you find one lone bed bug and arty quick enough to catch him dont feel that your work isjjdone He undoubtedly has a large following When theres r one seen there are generally many more hidden away in cracks nnd crevices If metes tires 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 KILLER will shortly annihilate the bugsYou the work to quickly Its even a good idoa to use the bug killer as a pre caution you never when you move into a liilereutl- house what you will find Gayles Bed Bun Killer is Guaranteed Put up in 8 oz botltes with brush Price 25 Cents iii We GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broa Frankfort Ky Vn1fi ti A t r ATTENTION FARMERS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded I FencesIr i 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 t for Catalogue Sold only by If Buggy Rugs of All Kinds tf tMARRIED on Wednesday Mr John G Harris and Mrs Mary M Davis were married by Judge J H Polsgrove CUNNINGHAM WAS H III Scott county on yesterday Mr Berry Cunningham and Miss Lille W Wash woro married by Rev Mr Guinn MASSIEVARNERIn this city on Monday Mr Sidney Massie and Mrs Tinney Vernor both of Owen county were married by Rev John H Burdin MARTINREYNOLDS this city on Monday Mr Sam Martin and Miss Bettie Reynolds were married by Capt H Hukill of the Salvation Army- VALLANDINGHAM ADAIR In this city on Monday Mr John V Vallandiugham and Miss Nannie Adair both of Scott county were married by Rev L D Stucker DICKERSONSTEPHENSIn- t Louisville on Monday Mr Edgar Dickerson of Louisville and Miss Lula Stephens of this city were married by Rev S S Waltz Miss Stephens is the daughter of Mr Matt Stephens of this city and a granddaughter of Mrs E V Ste t phensBLAYNEYGRANTAnnounce ment is made of the approaching marriage of Mr J MoClusky Blay ney Jr of St Louis Mo to Miss Eva Grant of Danville Mr Blayney is the youngest son of Rev Dr J McC Blayney of this city His bridetobe is a handsome and cultured Boyle coun girlRICEWOODSON Trinidad Col on Monday Mr E J Rico and Miss Jessie Woodson wero mar ried by Rev Mr Hummel of the Presbyterian Church Mr Rico is said to be a substan tial young business man His bride is ono of the sweetest and fairest girls who ever left this city She is a daughter of Mr J E P Woodson and wife Hearty congratulations are ex tended HAZELRIGGBASHFORDAn nouncoment is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Win Ruby Hazelrigg and Miss Nolohine Bashford which will occur on Thursday June 21 t Mr Hazolrigg is the popular and jolly son of Mr C C Hazelrigg of this city His bridetobe is the handsome and attractive daughter of Mr J W Bashford and wife of Farmdale WOODFORDTREMEREIn Atlanta Ga at the home of her aunt Mrs J W Patterson nee Frazier Mr Thos G Woolford and Miss I Frances Tromere of this city were married by Rev E O Guorrnnt Mr Woolford is a prominent and k popular young business man of Atlanta His bride is the pretty and lovable laughter of Mr John W Tremere and wife of this city and has a largo circle of relatives and friends who wish the young people a happy future Now good digestion waits on appetite and health on both If it doesnt try Burdock Blood Bit terse 7 1f v iI p G SOWER do CO LETTER LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for the week ondiiij April 28 1906 Allman H A 2 Ashman S Oullom Barnes Lono Beard O E Berry Robert Bogle John- Browner Mrs Fannie Chief Census Bureau of Ky Clark Tom- Donaldson Print Co Fobs M M Griffin Gus G Heintz F Hiokok N L Hun William Johns Miss Lizzie LaRuo Malone Moore Co Adolph LHob Co Mallory Miss Eliza Mosier L D Washhurn Miss Mary Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised GEO L BARNES PM a COL SAM DL SWIGERT ALL O K As we announced last week Col Samuel M Swigert and family passed through the terrible ordeal at San Francisco safely His house was not even damaged The Cincinnati papers published Col Swigerts name among those who were lost and other papers did the same notwithstanding the fuel that a dispatch had been received hero assuring his safety A second dispatch came on Monday confirm ing the first PACKAGES ec SKYVITA STAMPS HIDDEN MAYBE SEIZED The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has decided that packages of distilled spirits which are put In an outside casing to conceal the stamps so that they can be shipped into local option districts are rendered liable to seizure by govern moot officers The U S law requires the stamps to be visible at all times Score one for local option again To got rid of the bad breath the sickening discharge from the nose and throat the loss of smell and taste etc such ingredients as Thymol Wild Indigo Oil of Eucalyptus etc must be used Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure depends upon such healing agents as these in combination with other antiseptic specifics These are then incor porated into a soft soothing and healing in petroleum Jolly secured in Europe When to diseased muouous membranes it acts like magic clearing up these revolting diseases promptly and with a marked sensation of com fort Sold by all dealers WORK TO COMMENCE VERY SOON So soon as the city franchise ordinance of the Frankfort and Ver sailles Traction Co has its final passage work will commence on the building of the road So says Chief Engineer George McLeod + sI had a running itching sore on ny log Sullored tortures Doans Din tin cut took away the burning ind itching instantly and quickly affected permanent cure Lenhart Bowling Green O WANTEDDistrict Managers to post signs advertise and distribute perlaypresent employment IDEAL SHEAR CO 89 Randolph St Jhicago 204m h ttaji 4 trJ ii Be Our Guests WEEKS SUMMER I At in All Railway Camp and Expenses of every boy who goes will be paid by TUlDIlYIThere will be Fishing Swimming Rowing Mountain Climbing plenty of fun and wholesome healthy I livingandwe pay all the expenses fJ Your will let you go when they learn of our plans for your happiness and our precautions for your safety It Sir Any boy under eighteen who sells the magazine is eligible for membership in Boys Camping Club If you want to go write at once ask us to send you ten copies of the next issue of the magazine The copies sell at money for Full information will go with the magazines IIA Boys Camping Club telling how to become Make Money clever plans of some WEST SIDE MEETING The protracted mooting at the Bollepoint Chapel will closo to tight The various ministers of the city have assisted Mr Edward Dean in tho conduct of these services Considerable good has been accomplished A CHANCE FOR SATISFACTION If you over bought a box of Witch Hazel Salvo that failed to give satisfaction the chances are it did not have the name E C De Witt Co printed on the wrapper and pressed in the box The orig inal DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores boils totter cracked handy etc For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles it aiTords almost immediate relief It stops tho pain Sold by J W Gayle SPECIAL RATES Via F C Ry Confederate Veterans Reunion New Orleans La April 27 28 and 29 Faro 1045 round trip For full particulars apply to C W HAY General Passenger 80td Hardware Merchants Both Phones307309 i FOR FIVE NEXT Our Camp Maine parents gladly a giving Agent Main Other BOYSj TheI canI priceI25000 IN CASH as Extra Prizes for BoysIWho Do Good Work NEXT IThe Curtis Publishing Company 1728 Arch SL Philadelphia Pa dJj 1 v 1000000 Shingles FROM 200 to 400 per Thousa- ndHammond AT Cos j FIRST OF SEASON Tomorrow the F C Railway will run its first excursion of the season to Cincinnati Train will leave at 7 a m Returning will leave Cincinnati at 815 p m Fare for round trip only 125 a 125 CINCINNATI AND RETURN F C Railway and Queen Crescent Route Sunday April 20th Special train loaves Frankfort 7 a m stopping at intermediate stations Base ballReds v Pittsburg Tickets good only on special train and date of sale Returning leaving Cincinnati 815 p m DeWIIt Early RnSOPS 1 LittleI famous little pills KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR CONSUMPTION jPrice Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG LEG or MONEY BAO- Lj allI lli S I Xlrivert SaLurday I I I 3EHESE5ES2SS338 Jrfl JII 1il4II Saturdays Remnants onehalf price vYhite Spreads Table Linens and Napkins Flyer Prices mean that on Flyer Days we give 10 per cent off for Cash on Flyer Goods I S DJ tJ JJtJr r f PT u i J q tiJ WON HIS CASE Mr R B Jilson Jr was before Judgo Herndon Wednesday afternoon for refusing to obey the vac cination order Mr Jilson proved to the court that his children were in poor health and that vaccination would prove harmful to them and t vaccinatedevery statement made by Mr Jilson and Judge Herndon dismissed the case A large crowd of interested spectators were present in Police Court to hear the evidence Mr Jilson argued his own case Judge Herndon held that Mr Jilsons vaccination certificate and l Immunity from having the small r had no bearing on the case 7he was charged strictly with vio lating the law by resisting the Health officers Mr Jilson says that by referring lo section 2612 and 2618 of the Kentucky Statutes it will be seen that the Health Board have no jurisdic tion in this city ODD FELLOW CELEBRATION 87TH ANNIVERSARY Tho Odd Fellows of Peaks Mill celebrated the 87th anniversary of the founding of that splendid Order on Thursday last Rev Jr M B Adams and Hon T Hiter Crockett delivered stirring eloquent appropriate addresses A largo crowd was present enjoyed the occa sion DANGEROUSLY HURT A laborer by the name of Nichols was so unfortunate as to fall at the I new capitol on Thursday and struck a sharp stake inflicting a dangerous wound in the shoulder ID1 SUDDENLY OF HEART DISEASE simirness of the American people has a strong tendency to lend to valvular and other affections of tho heart attended by Ir regular action palpitation dizziness smothered sensations and other distress symptomsThree prominent Ingredients of which Dr Plercos Medical Dls co very Is mado are recommended by somo of the loading writers on Materla Mcdlca for tho euro of Just cases Gol- denbSeal instance is said by tho UNITED STATES DISI KNSATOUY a standard authority to Impart tone and In 1creased power to tho hearts action other leading authorities represent Golden Seal as an unsurpassed l tonic for the muscular system In general and as tho heart Is almost com naturallyiened by this superb general tonic Hut the most of Golden Medical Discovery so far as its marvelous cures of valvular and affections of tho heart are con Is Stone root or Cotllnsonla Can Wm Paine author of Palnos iother of Medicine says of It lout since had a patient who was opimwsed with valvular disease of that his friends wore obliged to him uusftlrs He howuvur gradually recovered under tho Inlluenco of Collliisoiiln StorefHeretofore physicians knew of no remedy for the so distressing and so dan guesswork rorous a all IJlt With fearfully them wlrlwas the all attllcted that death was near at hand Cot llnsonln unauostlonahly affords relief In such cases and in most Instances elects a cure Stone root Is also recommended by Drs Halo and Ellingwood of Chicago for valvular and other diseases of tho heart The latter sayslilt Is a heart tonic of direct and permanent Influence Golden Medical Discovery not only cures serious heart affections but Is a most elllclont general tonic toad invigor- ator strengthening tho stomach invig orat ng the liver regulating tho bowels and curing catarrhal affections in all parts of the system Dr Pierces Pellets euro Constipate r r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A R Chinn rector Sunday April 29 930 a m Sundayschool 11 a in Morning Prayer and Sermon 730 p m Evening Prayer SermonThe collection Sunday morning will be for the benefit of the San Francisco sufferers Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at a m in the chapelItnughtbyJ Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 p m in the chapel KenneySubject of Grace Prayermeeting on Wednesday chapelVisitorsfree CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will proach at 11 a m 730 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets atchapelPrayermeeting even in chapelThe Tues day afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a in High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUHCHRov A H Lindsay of Flemingsburg will preach at a m and 780 p m ryrrthe pulpit vacant- Sundayschool at 080 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a At 780 p m the Epworth League will have charge of with a special program Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 645 p in Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 730 p in Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pastoronlook p in- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 030 p in Prayermooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend HIVE NO 20 ELECTS OFFICERS Hive No 20 Ladies of the Macca bees elected the following olllcora on Wednesday Past Commander Minnie Peter sonConunandorLula Hayden Lt Commander Dr Flora Mas tin Record Keeper Addlo Domaroe Finance Keeper Anna Smith Chaplain Francos Choato Sergeant Maudo Scot- tMistressatArmsBottle Per 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now fiW 7oJj f 1itv j lftii For the Roundabout KNIVES Chapter III The aforesaid notice being in the Sunday paper Mrs Dare very quickly saw it and at once formed a plan for finding Mr Heart She called her most trusted farm han- dJerrylorryi II Dare if you please Marser ask ole Mars David Dare he fotch me from do cote house when dey wus gwino tor sen mo tor do Souf an Iso gwine ter J name mosef lorry Dare in mem bance of my ole mars i Reader you will excuse this de viation since it explains why Jerry was the most trusted negro on the place and overseer since the wart Jerry said Mrs Dare I have an errand of very much importance and I know 1 can rely upon you to do it for me Yes Mistis you kin trust Jerry Dare fro fire an water What kin dis po niggah do fur you Mistis It is unnecessary to repeat hero what Mrs Dare said to Jerry save her closing remark Now Jerry you know how important it is that you find Mr Heart Fo do Lord Mistis I dojes gib ino de structions an Ile peroede Take our fastest horse Jerry and ride to Altona so as to bo there by Tuesday morning II Yes Mistis Ile go dar if I has ter ride all ob de night An Mistis if you has no dejections Ile jes start right now an ride dat race hoss Counterplot You mem bars Mistis when mo an old Mars took Counterplot to de races dat time den his name was Henry i Clipso and dem gamblers fixed a t plot to beat him but Henry Clipse wun de race all de same an de ijed es sod his name orter be changed ter Counterplot Counter- plotI kase he made de fasost time any hoss over made in Kaintuck so Mistis I helebes de good Lord will make me an Counterplot find Mr Heart Mrs Dares patience was sorely tried with Jerrys talk Ing so much but she humored him and to his great joy said r You may take Counterplot Jerry and be sure to have him well attended to II Fo do Lord Mistie Counterplot f riles hab do besest keer kase hes de fasest hoss in de worl Thengo to Altona and if Mr f Heart has not left thereyou stay un til he goes then go as he does only do not keep too near that he i suspect you of following him mayI always put up your horse f leaves his and the first time quires the distance to any place be sure to remember the name of the place then take Counterplot and ride on as fast as you can and stop at the first telegraph station which t you can find out by asking at the- tollgatesand have the name of the place telegraphed to me at Walnut Hill then you go on to where MrI e Heart is going and stay there until I come I Fo do Lord Mistis you kin pend on me ter do znrcly what you II Are you sure you know sezI r Heart Jerry II O yes Mistis I seed him ober to de college at Walnut Hill onetime when Mars Davio sont me ober darn to fetch a note to Miss Unie when she wus dar gitton her edication and Jerry dont feigit i anybody dat Jerry has ter hide frum Mars Davie dident want 1nobody but Miss Unie to git dent an her farder Mr Heart he tcome long one ovenin an almos t mo given dat note to Miss UnieVery well you may go now Jerry and as you pass by leave f word for Dr Palliate to come over to see mo Mistis immediately- Yes Jerry went to the stable saddled Counterplot and went his way- the other servants wondering if Jerry is gone clean crazy l It is only just to both David and Una to state hero that they have no idea of how many days had passed since they separated at Al tonaIn duo time Dr Pallliato who was also Mrs Dares confidential friend arrived and agreed to stay with David until she returned Should David ask for his mother during her absence Dr Palliate should toll him that she had gone to see a sick friend and that ho the doctor would stay with David until her return Mrs Dare went to Walnut Hill to await a message from Jerry It is Tuesday noon and no word r iJfi i ttml ill dtf yet from Jerry Mrs Dare is almost hopeless when she is in formod that a boy has a telegram for her How eagerly she opens it and yo mos bedient ervant Jerry Dare hurd do name ob An tyok Jerrys Mars Davie had taught him to write sirs Dare is elated with the thought that a few hours will see her in Antioch anti only the sus pense caused by the possibility of Mr Hearts changing his destina tion disturbs Mrs Dare Arriving at Antioch she gets to a room in tho best boarding house and for the first time since reading tho Sunday paper she Is able to compose herself sufficiently to sleep Sho has not slept long however when in answer to a knock at her door sho saidII Come hnlorry opened the door taking oil his hat and making a most profound how said Mistie de good Lord Nab seed fit to gib Jerry de go and it wont be long fore do good Lord will let you Mistis see de game dat Jerry wuz a huntin Coun terplot an me past de game not very fur back but you knows dat Coun terplot kin stop oil do road faster clan any hoss in dese parts Now Mis tip if ole parse could jos know dat Jerry kin be trusted dis way Jerry ud be de happies cullud gen man in dis town Jerry we will talk this all over when we get home but I am more grateful for your service than you can over know You shall be substantially rewarded Go down and got something to eat and when our friends arrive let me know Yes Mistis thank you Mistis The time seemed long to Mrs Dare whose heart was aching with anxiety for her afflicted boy and whose brain was busy with the scene in which she must very soon take a most prominent part She does not know that sho has ever met either of Unas parents but she had become acquainted with Una when Una attended the college at Walnut Hill Mrs Dare was not well enough to attend her sons marriage but he and his bride were to have visited her on their return from their proposed drive through the country Twilight has let her curtain down And pinned it with a star In the midst of her meditations Mrs Dare hears a familiar voice sayingII Dear Una I think we shall enjoy Antioch the scenery is so grand and we will have you get thoroughly rested before we start again II Whose voice can that be thought Mrs Dare I am glad I heard that remark I will not try to see Una tonight She will prob ably have tea In her room and after seeing her parents at table I can form some estimate of their character which will enable mo to approach them successfully When supper was announced Mrs Dare and the Hearts entered the dining room from opposite sides just after the other boarders had seated themselves who were startled by the sudden exclama tions Ella Lola And Mrs Dare und Mrs Heart embracing each other were asking all manner of questions peculiar to old friends such as Where have you been for the last twentyfive years Is it possible that we have been so near and never met since the day we parted at Poplar Hill Our school days there wore so happy Una was not a witness to this joyous greeting between her mother and motherinlaw But little sup per was eaten by Mrs Dare whose solicitude was so suddenly relieved Mr Heart was presented to his wifes school friend simply as Ella II Ella Dare and before they returned to Unas room the whole situation was satisfactorily ex plained and it was decided to break tho news gently to Una early the next morning and at once return with Mrs Daro to her homeUna was prepared to see David very much changed his illness having been much more severe than hersDuring the days which sho aided his mother in nursing him back to health David learned to appreciate the fact that many words are knives cutting in twain shred by shred the vitals of our loved ones and he said to Una when he first walked with her out of his sick room Una dear I trust I have uninItentlonally n1bW tYk 2M on that never to be forgotten day nnd with that knife having shorn myself of all my cruelly false ideas of what a husband should be I shall only use that knife in the future as a weapon of defense for you and others whose protection it shall always bo my pleasure to secure ateLLORAR I Down in the dusty turnpike where I walked today A broken violet lay Without one thought of harm or suffering Some stranger had killed the fragile thing II I wondered why time human and divine Were separated thus by tide and time And why the flower so fair and delicate Had blossomed to bo brokenwas- it fate III Nay cried my conscious being nay A lesson story thou has learned today Crushed by lifes sorrows thou must understand Tis natures offering to divine com mand N S COX April 24 1906 TO MOVE QUARTERS The Adams Express Co has rented the store room on St Clair street opposite the Circuit Clerks office recently vacated by Mr Ell wanger and will move in shortly DANGER FROM THE PLAGUE Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly ends them It prevents Pneu monia cures LnGrlppe gives won derful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Con sumption Coughs and Colds 50o and 100 Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottle free FRANKFORT CINCINNATI FIRST EXCURSION OF SEASON The F URyin 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 in returning leaves Cincinnati at 815 p in There will be a ball game Cincinnati Reds v Pittsburg eDont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure outs the mucus draws the inflam mation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for croup and whooping cough Its constantly increasing use for many years tells of the fact of its absolute useful ness Sold by J W Gayle frankfort Ginoinnati Hg The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 MIso A No82 IDAILY EXUKfX A Ao81No83 2 006 Lv D Frankfort Ar Summit 211 Elkhorn Ill219 6 Switzer 6 6i Stamping Ground 280 69 Duvall 6 Johnson 6 fGeorgetown 251 715 S Depot Ill Newtown Centerville 8 3201747II Elizabeth 842 5 Paris Jnnctn 8 i0 Ar Parts Lv 8 connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P MPM MAlIIA151Ar Georgetown Arl Cincinnati LV 8 SOU BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M PM 2 Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georgetown Ar 3 Lv Ar 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL HB POINTS 620AL Frankfort 25A 720P 47P A Georgetown Aill otA 625P 825P WA A Paris OA 542P 6 liP A Winchester L 245P 8 16P 60A A Maysville L 45A liSP 2JA A Oynthiana L 502P 6 20P 64P A Richmond L 20A lli5P 80A A Cincinnati L 365P GEO B HARPER Free and Genl Sept 1Jt o W HASP A JIJ Ui = = = = = eI iII1IJSNelablePrcparaiioaforAs 51 mila Ibc oodandRe ti ugthe9tamacKSandBowe7sof PromotcsD sfionClerful nessandBesLGontaJns neither 0pmMorplh10norrllneraL NOT XARC OTIC vafJllIlrsw JtM1I4 fort ness ondlOSS OF SLEEP TacSinule Signature of NEW YORK l EXACT COPT Cr il6APPEB fpil J OCT 1905 No2 DailyEx P M LeaveI Ex No AM J Stations 225 0 1010 605 810 825 928 526 asa 918 Clay City 887 489 406 923 Btanton 828 485 964 Natural Bridge 401 1449 1008 Torrent 8fT 511 1029 Junction 826 610 1180 625 226 on the O K By and local station J R BARR General Manager = 4I Ex No IA M Lye and of AND No P M Lye Stations AM Sun AMA II Lexington Winchester Beattyville A OHIO AND DailyEx A Mls 980 880I 1120 0 925 280 O K Junction 885 1128 849 Withurst 1152 880 Hampton Nb 1158 128 Leo 1222 Hohachawa 518 1228 105 Cannel 545 1245 and will connection O It K Junction with Nov a and for tho Lexington and L CONLEY Chesapeake Ohio Schedule in erect February 11000 sub ject to change without notice Louisville Nashville Memphis West 009 A M and C14 PM Daily For Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A nUll 741131 Daily L3lyr L N and O O Time Table Trains South 935 ami Accom 5 45 am 0 0 Lou 909 am OtfO Limited 614 pm TraIns N 420 pm Lexington 949 A com 614 pm C 0 Ex 1018 am 0 0 Ex 741 pm N lv 755 L Nare 721 A V BITE CASTORIA For Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature I i Always Bought CASTO RIA LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 1745I 801I 94Jackson SundayTrainsSterlingTrainsCHARLES SCOTT KENTUCKY RAILWAY 84I Atlantic No 83 DailyEx Ar Ex Sund Gr DailyEx No2J IpMAr No8- Daily 2831TackRon gI 1750I City make close Eastern BailwayM Superintendent Ry For and SouthwestI Washington Western Express 310pm Louisville Express Frankfort Express orth- Lexington Express Express am- Frankfort Atlantic Sunday Sunday AGENT fijff Q IDaily IMPORTANT CHANGL Lousvi11o Hflnd6rSOn and Sf Railway HENDERSON ROUTE The Kind You Have Ex 168 162 g 610 12 at 1Nos M l Louis On tend after April 1 1906 all trains of this Company will arrive at and depart from 10th Street Station Tenth and Broadway insteadof from Seventh Street Depot formery Union Depot Lou isville Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger ent Louisville Ky t t j Jtll I iIt