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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I YOLXXIXFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 539C6 NO 35 Attractive Oxfordsf tnuee styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here especiallytI Laird Schober Co Ribbon Tie iAdress low Shoe made of patent calf very light and flexible turn sole plain toe and military heel wide silk laces large eyelets price 500 f The New Pump patVlast season on account of the attractive appearance they give the foo and the ease with which they are put on Our Pump this season does not slip at the heel- I 350 Patent Jolt Oxford t One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces both with flexible turn soles and medium heels k K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY CALIFORNIA LETTER k Healdsburg Cal April 23 1900 IfEditor Roundabout Dear SirIt may interest your readers many of whom probably 4are my old friends to Jiavo an ac count of the terrible earthquake we have just experienced of which I saw and felt it all We have often read and heard of horrible and dist astrous tremblers but now I have seen and passed through one recordimost destructive ones on J Wo had heavy rain storms and ifhlh water from January to April 1 Since then the most beautiful spring weather Everything and buoyfto five oclock on the morning of tho 18th as people were beginning to rise we felt a slight tremor nothing uncommon here In a see- ond or two another shake a little stronger and in ton seconds more wo were being tossed about the room the house rolling and tromb ling about like a ship in a storm IWo managed to get to tho door and look when wo saw the wildest con fusion of nature limo earth was rolling in wave after wave the trees were bonding their tall heads to the ground and then flying back as far the other way tho terrified birds wore scudding in terror through tho air tho horses neighing und the cows lowing in great distress Dust and smoke filled tho air and bricks from falling chimneys flying in every direction Springs of water wero gushing forth where no springs had existed before Tho streams which wero clear and shallow wore now turbulant andImuddy Laud w iich tho day lore was too dry to plow was now too wet The tremor lasted fully forty seconds I thought it was an hour but oh my what dostruoj tion was mado in that see onds There is not a whole brick building standing in this county or San Francisco Henldsburg suffers a loss of 150000 Santa Rosa our county seat lost every thing but tho churches and a fow little farm houses many of yhich are badly damaged I never saw or heard of such complete destruc tion as I saw in Santa Rosa time same as in San Francisco What the trembler did not destroy the raging flro did Four largo hotels t I in Santa Rosa all larger than your Capital in perfect and complete ruins The county courthouse costing 100000 a grand pile of brick Not one business house left standing It is utterly impossible to locate tho streets the town is one solid mass of ruins Over forty dead bodies have been taken from the ruins I was there three days after tho catastrophe and the offensive odor of other lead was evident from time wreck ISan Francisco was a wicked city sown to the wind and is now reaping the whirlwind All her fine hotels immense structures arts and science are leveled in the dust The city hall twenty years in erecting costing over 3000000 was completely destroyed in forty seconds What tho quake did not destroy fire completed tho job The trembler did its work bursting tho principal water mains cutting oil tho water and the city was doomed Block after block ahead of the flro was blown up to check tho fire but all to no oileot for throe long weary lays and it con tinued to destroy No water ovon to quench ones thirst Many ot her citizens lying lead on her streets burnt and charred beyond recognition Near 2000 is the loss of life there and possibly more will be added Brent sold rapidly at per loaf soda crackers at 5 cents Many acts of vandalism were perpetrated but many of thorn shot by tho soldiers In some in stances innocent men ware shot One case tho owner was trying to find some place of his own property burnt over and ho was shot down without warning In this place there have boon from four to flue distinct shocks ovary lay since tho 18th and peo pIe rush out in tho streets Today tho shocks have nearly ceased though tho people are terribly wrought up many in tents eating and sleeping out Your correspond ent has enjoyed sleeping out in his barn since tho terrible shako up My daughter Alamda was not hurt Truly H C HODGES Dr Weavers Syrup ROIl Cerate Bnceeisf nl treatment for blood and akin diseases DAWltt Little Early Risoro The famous llttto piWiib ATTEMPTED TO BREAK JAI FOILED Otis Evans who has given the authorities lots of trouble in the last few months was foiled in cunning attempt to out his way ou of jail on Monday last Evans had cut out the brick abou- a window on the second floor making a hole large enough to crowd through He had secured bed clothing enough to make a rope and was about ready to skidoo when he was discovered He had sawed out the bricks with an improvised saw made from a spoon handle Ho rests in a steel cage now LaterEvans escaped uy break jag the shackle on his leg with hi rook hammer and is at large Oftentimes in the sudden illnesses of children if a reliable remedy is available fatal consequences can b e avoided For those emergencies parents are urged to have at ShoopsnipthtCure Dr Shoops Worm Cure and Dr Shoops Pain Panacea Chil Irons ailments demand promptness nothingharshany of these excellent household medicines Sold by all dealers SMALL SUNDAY NIGHT BLAZE At 1080 on Sunday night an alarm called tho fire boys to the residence of Mrs Charles Oliver on Shelby street where a blaze was eating its way up the side of tho house to the roof Owing to tho rapid work of the department tho fire was quickly extinguished with only small los- sRELIEF IS POSSIBLE It is possible to obtain relief ohronic indigestion and dyspepsia slepslnS0l11Ulong standing have yielded to it It enables you to digest the food von eat and exorcises a corrective influence building up the efllcienoy of the digestive organs stow aoh is the boiler wherein the steam is made that keeps up your vitality health and strength Kodol digests what you oat Makes th stomach sweet puts tho boiler It condition to do tho work nature demands of it gives you relief from digestive disorders and puts you byJ AN INQUIRY Editor Roundabout Section 104 of the Constitution of this State provides in express terms that no county city town taxiim district or othor municipality shall be authorized or permitted to grant any franchise or privilege or make any contract in reference thereto for a term exceeding twenty years Before granting such franchise or privilege for a term of years such municipality shall first after duo advertisement receive bids therefor publicly and award time same to the highest and best bidder but it shall have the right to reject and all limes This section shall not apply to a trunk railway Subsection 85 of section 8290 of charter of cities of tho third class provides that tho Common Council of said cities shall not grant the acrossts grounds of the city to any railway street railway gas water steam heating telephone or electric light or power company for a term not exceeding twenty years and before granting such franchise or piivilege such city shall first after advertising same for a period not less than thirty days in some news paper published in said city receive bids therefor publicly and award soma to tho highest and best bidder having tho right to reject any and all bids An ordinance was passed at the last regular meeting of the Common Council of this city granting a franchise to a foreign corporation naming the corporation which is clearly illegal to operate a street railway for freight and passenger certainLstreets of the citythe same streets for which a franchise was passed and sold to W S Lougee and by him transferred to the Tractiontuse several other streets not nowtowned by tho Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co This ordinance does not provide for the sale of the franchise as tho Constitution of the Statn and the charter provides It does provide however that it shall become effective tram its passage and approval by tho Mayor and shall continue in force for a term of twenty years from its passage and There is no frauohiselswithin the meaning of the law and that it should be handled as other franhises have been handled by former Councils If it becomes ai law at tho next meeting of the Council without amendment tile valuablesrights and privileges to a corpora tion for no consideration and the mmowsFrankfort and Versailles inaction Co will bo extended three years Is it tho intention ofjtho Council to do this Are all tho members of tho council familiar with tho provisions of Ullller1standtinct franchise or do they under stand it to be simple transfer of tho Lougee franchise with additional privileges If allow franchise should not a provision be insutodI providing for a sale as law If a simple transfer of the Lougee franchise to time now ocr poration should not tho Council require time Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co to transfer the orig theaattorney prepare a franchise 01I iItionnlthe highest and best bidder law requiresI daytET Whenever your breath is bad your skin waxy or sallow our toul1take al 1 INTERESTING ITEMS j it Cr AGIN- BROIS j You Can Save Money On These PERSIAN LAWN an excellent quality for shirt waists analchildrens dresses II washes beautifully per yard only II FLOWERED LAWNS in beau Itiful floral designs special a values per yard II at only II WHITE LINEN LAWNS 80 in Iwide linen lawn a beauti nil quality per II yard only WHITE IRISH LINEN- SII in wide only figures per yard II only WHITE WASH SILKS II 80 in wide only t 1 tiful in worth 12Ac per yard special price only 1561 lOc 30c 25cl I ISHIRTINO ISILKOLINE DRAPERIES patterns henll1 II II VAL LACES pretty imita Ition val laces per I yard only IILACE CURTAINS tln1dslace curtains in IWlluII tiful patterns per pair only II LADIES hemmed each InicPI I Loc width per I yard only s III EDGES AND INSERTIONSworth I 7Vc per yard only I tuul only and at of mind eke I I r lOc I 50c I I 2 3c I 5c I I embroidered designs lOc cl 11IHANDKERCHIEFS IWiDE19c IrEMBROIDERED doz1l25clWHITE WASH SKIRTS made ofwhite duck trimmed with tucks hand extra values 125to 350 WHITE LAWN WAISTS made good lawn sleeves neatly tucked entire front embroidered only 11III CI KAGINI- BRO 41 St Clair st at Bridge It J Ntt IY tm t Our 500 Dress Skirt PERSONAL Mr P C Sower spent Sunday in CincinnatiMrs Cromwell has gone to Estill Springs Mr Pat H Lillis spent Sunday vin Cincinnati Mrs J W Hill has returned from a trip to Texas Col E E Abbett was in Cincin nati on Sunday Miss Mary Gayle visited in Lexington this week Rev Wm Crowe was in Louis ville on Monday Mr W D Blanding spent Sun day in Lexington spentSundayMiss Agnes Hnbbard visited in Lexington this week spentSunday spentSundayt Mr Oscar Farmer of Louisville was in the city Friday Mrs Ben T Head was the guest of friends here this week Senator S T Gorin of Greens burg was here this week Miss Verna Williams has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Pollock Payuter has returned from a visit to Richmond Capt G D Ripley of LaGrange was in the city yesterday Miss Margaret Reading is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Eloise Booe has returned from a visit to Flemingsburg Rev C R Hudson returned from Indiana on Saturday evening Mr Thos P Rogers and wife visited relatives in Louisville Mr W Larue Coleman and wife have returned from Lexington Col J A Scott made a business trip to Flemingsburg this week Dr C A Fish made a business trip to Chicago Ills this week Rev Julius E Wright of Louis ville was in the city on Monday l Representative 7 Will Clay of Mt Sterling was here this week Mr J Andrew Cain of Ver sailles was in the city on Friday Mr W B Anderson spent Sun day with his family in Lexington Rev W J Harney was the guest of Col Moses R Glenn this week Mr Carlo B Little of Clay county was in the city this week Col E H Taylor Jr has gone on a business trip to Chicago Ills Judge W R Cress of Monticello Attended the courts hero this week Mr John W Rodman and wife visited relatives in Louisville this Geo H Watson of St Louis Mo has been a visitor hero this week Mrs A T Klrtley and laughter visited relatives in Louisville this week Miss Margaret A Lewis visited her mother in Versailles this week Miss Luoy Chinn attended the Music Festival in Cincinnati this J B Lewis of this ofllee t spent Sunday with his wife in Ver sailles Mrs Guy H Briggs and children have returned from a visit to Lox ingtonMr Finloy E Fogg of West Liberty attended the court of Appeals this week Hon H S McCutcheon returned t J1rlf 4urrrJi KENTUCKY HOME COMING Get Ready Now Far The Great Event In June We are prepared with the Largest and Best Stock of Dry Goods Notions and ReadytoWear Garments to supply youi wants Silk and Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods White Goods Lawns Organdies and Great Values in Bed Spreads Towels Table Linens Lace Curtains Big Cut Price in Eton Suits and Spring Wraps Elegant Muslin Underwear Silk and Mercerized Underskirts Ladies IOe15e and 25c Vests Best brands Ladies Misses Boys and Girls Hosiery lOc 15c 25c 50c Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets 50c 100 150 200 Gloves Fans Neckwear and Ribbons AVe please you in Style and satisfy yon in price CHAS J WEITZEL Tuesday from n hunting trip in MississippiMr R Todd wife and daughter of Versailles were in the cityFriday Capt r T West and wife and grandson Western leave this morning for Irvine Mr John C Russell of Louis ville was in the city on legal busi ness this week Mr M H Lucas and wife have returned from a visit to his mother in Scott county Mrs W Harry Jones and chil dren have gone to West Virginia for the summer Mrs L B Weisenburgh Jr and son Louis visited friends in Lex ington this week Mrs N DL Garrett went with the teachers to the Lexington Confer ence on Thursday Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale was the guest of her son Mr W S Farmer this week Miss Katie Thompson who has been visiting friends in Versailles has returned home Miss Genevieve OHara who has been visiting friends in Louisville has returned home Mrs M A Gaulden of Trimble Tenn is visiting Mrs E S OHara South Side Mrs W T Havens and daughter Miss Florine of Lexington were inthe city this week Miss Tissie Hoge has returned from a visit to the Misses Black ley at Pewee Valley Dr Lukins who has been the guest of Judge W E Booe re turned home Tuesday Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of Ins mother Mrs W T Scott Judge W S Pryor was in Louis ville this week the guest of his son Judge Joseph Pryor Maj W J Seitz of West Liberty has been in the city this week on internal revenue business Mrs Stuart Starling of Owens boro is the guest of her sister Mrs J D Kennedy West Side Misses Frenchy and Nannie Blackley of Pewee Valley are guests of Miss Tissie Hoge Mrs John Morgan of Lexington was the guest of her cousin Miss Annie Herndon this week Miss Emma Pence returned Monday from a visit to her sister Mrs Ben W Groom in Versailles Mrs J Gray McLean and daugh ter Miss Marguerite visited relatives in Louisville this week Capt Ben B Golden of Bar hourville was in the city Tuesday to attend the Court of Appeals Judge John F lInger of Ash land was III the city this week attending the Court of Appeals Judge Jas S Morris of La Grange was the guest of his son Mr Chas H Morris this week Mrs Thos F Humphries left 1U Sdtllfor Syracuse and New Y to visit relatives Miss Annie Samuel who has been visiting Mrs Win T Lindsey at Tryon N C has returned home Mr Walter Davidson of Catletts burg was the guest of Miss Carrie Brock at Crescent View this week Mrs Armstrong of New Orleans La is the guest of Mr W J Hughes and wife Murray street tMrs S J Glanton and children were guests of Misses Lucy and Lou Pattie Fourth Ave this week Hon Eli H Brown wife and daughter returned Tuesday from a visit to telatives at Greenville lJ B Weisenburgh Jr made a business trip to Indianapolis Ind for the Mason S Hoge Co this week Iej fl lWl Mr Pat Bohannan left Wednes da1fur Kankakee Ills where he base ball with the club of that city Mrs W L Cannon and daughter of Midway were guests of Mrs Hiram harry at the Capital Hotel SaturdayMrs B Armstrong of Grand Rapids Mich was the guest of her sister Mrs Belle Sanders Allen this week Mr Thos H Locke and wife visited their son Cadet Isaac Locke at State College Lexington on Sunday Mr Reis and wife of Valley CaptGeoturned home Miss Clara Scott who has been visiting her brother Mr Howell Scott at El Paso Texas has re turned home Miss Lottie Haehl of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Leota flack of this ofllee returned home Sunday Mrs Edwin Nicewaner of Pitts burg Penn is the guest of her parents Dr N J Sawyierand wife St Clair street Mr S J Ziegler and wife of Pinkstaff Ills were guests of Misses Luoy and Lou Pattie Fourth Ave this week Rev A H Lindsay of Flemings burg was the guest of his brother inlaw Mr Thos R Barrett Sunday ancl1l0ndny Mrs Frank Bryan of George town who has been the guest of her laughter Mrs Alfred 11 Slack has returned home Mrs W S Sandifer of Coving ton who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Amanda Hundley has returned home Mrs Henry B Scearce was called to Christiansburg Wednesday by the serious illness of her brother Mr B B 1IIu hull Mr Mason H P Williams Jr left Thursday for Pittsburg Penn to take a position with an Automatic Sprinkler Co Dr Minish and wife of Gratz who have been the guests of Dr L T Minish and wife Todd street have returned home Mrs Richard Ferguson and son who have been visiting in Louis ville for several weeks returned homo Saturday night Mrs Burbridge Blackburn of Georgetown who was the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Bottle Ben ton has returned home Mrs Thos H Pay liter who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs M Ie Yontz in Louisville returned homo Saturday Gov W O Bradley of Louisville was in the city the first of the week the guest of his daugh ter Mrs John G South M H Williams Sr 90 years ICol attended the Derby this year never having missed one since they were inaugurated Mrs Weston of Chicago Ills and Mrs Chas of Emi nence who have been guests of Judge W E Settle and wife have returned home Mrs Will A Lewis and son Wil liam A Jr of Harriman Penn arrived Friday for a visit to her parents Judge J N Crutchor and wife West Side Miss Lizzie Wilson of Lexington visited in this city her old home theIm son ty Superintendent E R Jones has been reelected to the position he has been filling in the Xooatee Fla High School Mr Jones is a graduate of the Frankfort High CollegeHisof his success His salary has also been iucreusedI gr Our SI Shirt Waist i NEXT WEEKS SPECIALS Skirts Suits c cSkirts 275 350 500 If you need a Skirt you can not afford to miss seeing the- mSuits950 1275 1500 1750 All greatly re duced in price These are the goods we must close out at any price Covert Coats and JnoketsX475 500 Silk Coats just received Neckwear and BeltsTurnover Collars 5c 10c loc Handmade Stocks 25c and 35c Belts New ideas25c 35c 50c All new and uptodate ORGANDIES LAWNS BATISTE C SILK CRYSTAL MULLS I9c All Shades PERSIAN LAWNS I5c 20c 25c48 in wide I Lace Curtains and DraperiesLace Curtains t 50c 75c 100 150 Curtain Swisses 8 c10c loc 20c Embroidered Swiss full widths 25c and 35c Exclusive Styles in Embroideries in Single and Match Sets Silks When you need Silks see ours You will be as tonished at prices F Ji HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any This is the class of trade we seek Our strictly HAND MADE and will out wear pricejfactory made job several times over and under a GUARANTEE that means THING Jf you neid a new vehicle of any kind it will PA Y you to see us before buying We snake a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep 1 resentntive will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to youIwithout cost Seller Carriage GO 135 VERSAILLES KY H K WARDPresident BUYS LOT Mr H G pattern has purchased a lot foot front from Mr C W Fincol on Bridge street corner of Second and will eruct a building for his photograph gallery LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ox amino stock 0 M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf genuineLaxativethe remedy that cnr n cold In one day Dr Wearers Treatment snap for the blood Cerate for skin eruption Lj il q C M BUOWXIXG Sec and Trans CJAB IX ABears 8lgaature of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County j l publicSmithsan excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Backache StminsIOld Sores Poisonous ness through the Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and tho like having used it in my family for years truly228m JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASON FRANKFt RT XY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone C28 83Gm I 1 Jik 1t a J Suits and Jackets Panama or Voile Suits 500 worth 3500 Silk Shirt Waist Suits 1000 Covert Jackets 800 worth 10 to 12 Linen Suits Eton Pony or Shirt Waist Dress Goods and Silks Mohair worth 50c at 37c Mohair worth 100 at 69c Great Silk Sale Beginning MONDAY MORNING Lot Fancy Silks 75c to 1 quality only 50c Farmers 150 Black Taffeta- at 125 Onlyrr MARRIEDQ clerks office on Wednesday Mr Mitchell H Smith and Miss Julia Leo wore married by Rev C R Hudson r THE FRANKFORT MILLINERY CO Is otIerin the REST GRADE OF MILLINERY at tho MOST REA SONABLE PRICES A tall will convince you Best assortment of exclusive novelties to be found any twhere department same y floor St Clair St Rln gold Building iUhnt i o TENTH ANNIVERSARY RE fr1CEPTION t At the close of the regular prayer meeting exercises at the Southern Presbyterian Church on Wednes- dayf oveninng appropriate exorcises is wore held in honor of the tenth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev Wm Crowe Short addresses wore made by Judge J P Hobson nppreolntiver i preacher Mr Crowe responded very happily Light refreshments 3wore served For every Headache cause there is a cure Dr Shoops Twenty Minutes Headache Cure never fail I it put into circulation congested blood which presses and irritates the nerve In handy tablet form Iplonsnnt to take Suited for all Sold by all dealers i T11HE GREAT DERBY WINNER l bf Sir Huon tho colt owned by Ar- 4iy Geo J Long of Louisville won the great Derby race at Churchill ft Downs on Wednesday last in the presence of 25000 people The dis tance was 11i miles and the time f was 208 45 The colt was a son of that fast one Falsetto owned by tho late Col J W Hunt Reynolds The race was worth 5000 to the owner e v- 7 MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the It home of S C second super intendent at St A lbans W Va when his little daughter was re stored from the dreadful complaint ho names Ho says My little daughter had St Vitus Dance I which yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last i resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weak nesses impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by all drug gists Price r READ THINK About Spring Goods Indeed do for todays news is of savings well worth reading and thinking about for they are decidedly unusual to say the least Wise folks will profit by themMany departments extend these savings to youamong them are the DRESS GOODSTHE SHIRT WAISTSLINEN SUITSSILKSLACE CURTAINS and MATTINGS Dont think the economics are limited to the items listed below for that would be a false idea They are not every Department is represented with exceptional values and a stroll through our aisles will reveal them abundently on overt side WASH GOODS WoolFinished Batiste looks like I Dross Goods only 20c WoolFinished Serges for Skirts and Shirt Waist Suits 25c For Commencement DressesPersian Lawns French Lawns Organdies Mulls c Ut BIRTHS OCONNERIn this city on Tuesday to Mr J Desmond OCon nor and wifea sun EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE Tho Educational Conferonc which is in session at Lexington Is tho greatest which has over beer held in the South More than 200i teachers and friends of oducatior are present to take part in tho exer oisos Able addresses have been deliv ered outlining tho work in ham Well calculated to do an immense amount of good Over 200 delegates came from Nan York City and other points East ALL HANDS HELP PUSH Now that it is practically assured that the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Line will be built it be hooves us that all hands should quitII knocking and become pushers in behalf of this good workGet busy and the quicker the better TAKEN TO CINCINNATI FOR TREATMENT OF EYES Mr Caleb Powers the noted polit ical prisoner was taken from the Newport jail on Saturday bj Deputy U S Marshal Emmitt Onto Cincinnati so that a specialist could treat his eyes which have become greatly weakened by his confinement Ho was allowed to dine at a cafe and afterwards re turned to his quarters THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country during tho period of low rates to Portland and California points nicwmost without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rookies n sea trip from Vic Expusitionground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta tho Mar mon capitol Salt Lake City and its treat dead sea tho mines and mountains of Colorado the sublime Grand Canon that no brush has over copied and to see and reach all by tho most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Louisville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville lay 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 They save the food as as well as the ice R ROGERS SONS Gay TRIES TO CARVE WHITE MAN A negro man by the name of Link Letcher was arrested on Tuesday by Officers Harrod and Samples charged with cutting Max Hilbert a white man who lives in Gaines Alloy Had not Mr Thos Waddorfleld interferred and pulled I etcher away he would doubtless have killed Hilbert OLD CAPITAL PRINTING PLANT SOLD Messrs Robt Rowell Co of Lou isville have purchased the machinery type etc of the old Capital printing plant which has been stored in the South Warehouse East Broadway since that office was closed down in 1890 The price paid was necessarily nominal as the material was nearly all out of date TWO BIG SUITS DECIDED In the circuit court on Saturday Judgo Stout rendered an important decision in tho suit of r W John SonsIf peal was at once In the case of He liners Heirs v Hotlnors Heirs he rendered judgment for plaintiffs to set aside curtails leads made by Mrs Mary Long Heffner deceased on the ground of incapacity CABTOAABern BlgnAture of A I TAYLORQTHE KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR Ie SONS Proprietors j Frankfort Kentucky P l lIi i LI l dl J iJ ii 1i u Carpets Rugs Mattings Lace Curtains Fine AssortmcntIBrighten up Underwear and Hosiery erode Vests Pants and Union Suits are Best HOSE Special Values at 1525 35c Black Cat Hose are List for the price 10 lye i5e iW LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week end ing Saturday May 5 1906 Anderson Mattie Arland Peter 2 Breokinridge Robt J Carter Mali Clark Annie Combs Mrs W M Coleman Dr Willis Cook Martha Coyhill Amanda Earing Cross ArdellIEd wards Earnest Farrell J A Finn James Gorden Edwin Graves Miss Toots Green Walter Grills John 2 i Hall Marshell HUMPS Anderson Hurdin Harrod WillIHughes W K Luuefleld Bon Louis Alien vMartinMason N H Nay Mathows Matteson Mrs 1 M Millons Bill Moody Mary Mnnmot Ella Othitt J N O strand or Emma Owing Laura Barney Harry Ranok George W Roberts Earl Roberts Mary IC Sluirell Juno Somlretr Tate Mrs Thomas Taylor HillITucker A It Tnrbin Martha Vanard Jessie Weaver Miss T H Willis Lulu Wilson Margaret Persons calling for tho above let ters will please say advertised O JJ BARNES P M e FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Tho Southern Railway havo in ingnratod free reclining chair our service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 780 a m and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operates tree reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis Tho Southern Railway is 28 miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansvrlle nUll 48 miles the short est to St Louis MM t i 1SOTH ANNIVERSARY Mr H G Mattern has received an invitation to attend tho iSOthManniversary of the settlement of the Matters family in the United States The meeting will be held in Peuns lnnlaDyspeptics If you are too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of muscle If you are too lean the fat producing foodsS that you eat are not properly digested and strinry people do not have enough Pepsin in tho stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatinoKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions enable the stomach and digestive organsito digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well Hjodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn of the Heart and Constipation You will liko it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh Doltarattbaold7fiUmn trial or cint lit lncard at raorator otLCDWari OoCbletoVBA For sale by J W Gayle EoOtVan DresscrBlanchard LeghorusThe Roundy Eggs for Hatching 100 for 15 D GLANTON sotJi Frankfort Ky + to J t TlieFranKrortHounflanout Entered at the postoillee at Frankfort Ken tucks asseconilfhi mailahle 1I1l1thrI GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 5 1906 LETTING OF CONVICT LABOR Largest Prico Ever Contracted for Since System Was In augurated Pursuant to the advertisement of the Board of Prison Commission ers that Reeve opened the bids for the labor of 050 convicts on Wednesday last It was found that the Frankfort Shoe Co had offered 85 cents per man per diem which was more than double the amount which the FordJohnson Co was paying for- the same labor That company made a scaled bid running from 65 cents per man down to 25 cents per man for short term and crippled men Another company had in a bid but as the certified check for 50 000 as required by the Board did not accompany their bid it could not be considered The award was made to the Frankfort Shoe Co which will enable this company to greatly en large their output The officers of the successful com puny are Chas E Hoge President Jas F and Z J Montgomery Managers H H Roberts Secretary and Treasurer All those gen tlemen live in this community t1heFordJohnson Co is the name of a big consolidation of chair com I panics controlling the output of a Fl number of State prisons Mr A D Martin of this city is their representative and manager here Their contract does not expire until January 1907 What they will do with their end of the work here at that time is problematical They have a large number of employes residing here outside of the prison labor There has been some talk of the establishment of an outside factory by the company I O R 11 GRAND COUNCIL The Grand Council of the Inde pendent Older of Red Men for the State of Kentucky will meet in the Hall of the House of Representa tives on Tuesday next May 8th And will continue in session four daysBlaokfoot Tribe No 07 will see to it that this grand body of Sachems are properly entertained This is the second time consecutively that this body has met in this city 1Abanquet will be served on Tuesday night after the opening exer cises LOT IN THORN HILL SOLD Mr L B Marshall sold a lot in Thorn Hill on Wednesday to Mr John Fallis Price private Mr Fallis will build as soon as possible Get SCOTTSEmulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion vayou know what you want the man knows you ought to have it Dont be surprised though if you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod liver oil are plenti ful but dont imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because It has always been better than any substitute for It Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New York 5Oo and 100 All druggists H ti Thirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra strain from cause is sufficient to bring on this deadly maladv the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation My trouble began with catarrh and I have it caused the trouble I have experienced with my heart I had the usual symptoms sleeplessness lost appetite stipation palpitation of the heart of and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so severely and became so that my doctors said I could not live thirty days At this time I had not slept over two hours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering ol the heart so severe that I have to give everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Cure I am in better health than I have been in twelve years and I thank Dr Miles Remedies forit I they are the remedies on earth and Iam constantly recommending them to friendsMRS J CATRELL- Waxahacliie Tex- An druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad INTERNAL REVENUE May Assignments of Storekeepers- and Gaugers in the Seventh District of Kentucky IStoll Co LexingtonJohn- T Gunn day duty L Lusby addi tional and bottling Z J Phelps meal room W T Sellers night A G Leonard and H S Foreman gnu gers 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort W A Hamilton day duty Henry X wsom additional C M Kash additional L R Diggs meal room Lee W Taylor night A V Combs and F D Clark gaugers RH E Pogue Distillery Co- MaysvilleOscar Grigsby day J R Dagley additional and bottling F C Van Hoose meal room W E Wilhoit night H G Holiday A Gaines ICo Frankfort J L Cox day B E Smith additional D E Reid meal room J R additional J G Bar nett additional W H Snood bot thing George T Scearce night H T Gaines and W M Satlell gangers 5 James E Pepper Co Lex- ingtonR Strauss day J H Murray additional and bottling C H Morgan additional Amos Griffith moal room F S Warren night D C Berryman and W F Ctoghan gaugors- Poyntz Bros Co Maysville P D Wells day Frank Harting additional P S Rule additional H S Bell cauger 9S J Gioonbaum Midway Win S Lvne day H S Sinclair- ndditional R H addi WjT10 Peacock Distillery Co Riser tunN A Moore day R D Grant meal room W G Cook ad ditional J D Shy night W WI Cherry gauger I1S C Herbst FrankfortW- D Blanding day J E Hanrahan nlIgauIgerMt Sterling J J Keains day C H Wioklilfo additional and bottling H S Foreman ganger CISICraig day Jrr Berry additional and bottling S D Pinkerton tlgorSSGeorge Baker Frankfort S F Owen tiny E B Davis additional Will Robinson additional Rosoo C Eversole night John Stephanski ganger 87 John Cochran Co Frank fortWIB Anderson day L H Fimull additional and bottling I T West additional A F Van Huose additional Adolph Wells night D B Walcutt gauger HiJ E Popper Co Yarnall tonE F JallInb T E Oldlmm adciitioiialand bottling J M Stevenson meal room P P Parrish nightrr H Shelby gnu ger50W J Frazier Versailles Gus Whitohonse storokeepergau get 52 Labrot Graham Frankfort P G Powell day C H Talbott additional and = bottling W L Baker meal room S D Pinkerton gauger HE H Taylor Jr Sons HIlJnwsounell meal room A E Gottschalk 4iI nAit A bottling A O Walker additional night J W Black gaugor 77 Paris Distilling Co Paris J P Hutohcraft day C L Hough additional Iif Rtissoll addi tional D Harp bottling D C Borryman gauge- r1IIT tt 1 M Sailell Frankfort 1 G Bruwnor day A W Naxor additional nml bottling F D Clark gange- rlh3l N Blukemore Frankfort T A Loiran day M Fraloy additional Frank Thompson addi tional Hrr Gaines gaugor 105 Havncs Trundle Stamping GroundS P Willis day W B Dagluy additional John Slcplmn ski gaugor It10SS A Gaines Co Frank fnrtL L Lenmster day GrlMonntjoy additional W P Bacon additional H C Everett addi tional R H Whittington additional B F Fannin meal room J M Tanner bottling R B Wood ford night T L MoConnoll F G Sparks and S A Powell gau Fars113G T Stagg Co Frankfort Buckner McElroy day George A Benton additional L F T Steelo additional Clifton Osborn meal loom George P McCann bottling J H Smoot night C N Wiard gnu ger 840 Robert Fulton Culver Ky B F Thorn berry storekeeper gauger 343D O Williams Blaine C L Osborn storekeeperganger 848 Sparks Conn Gimlet J M Patrick storekeeper gauger 84 Ellington Johnson Limestone J C Holbrook storekeeper gauger350Eastern Kentucky Distilling Co Webbville Rolla Fannin storekeepergaugerLexington Warehouse J R Sams and A B Piper store StorekeeporGaugerLexin Lexington RectifiersStoll Co J E Pepper Co The W J Smith Co R S Strader Son A gaugerFrankfort T Wil liamsH T Gaines gauger WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAK BODIES Kidney Diseases Cause Half the Common Aches and Ills of Frankfort People As one weak link weakens a chain so weak kidneys weaken the whole body and hasten the final breaking down- Overwork strains colds and other causes injure the kidneys and when their activity is lessened the whole body suffers from the excess of uric poison circulated in the blood Aches and pains and languor and urinary ills come and there is an everincreasing tendency towards diabetes and fatal Brights disease There is no real help for the sufferer except kidney help Deans Kidney Pills act directly on the kidneys and cure every kid noy ill Frankfort cures are the proofWingate Thompson police officer of 29 Murray street says Ordinary backache is sufficient to tor ment the average mortal but when there is added to it trouble with the kidney secretions which embarrass you during the day and breaks your sleep at night it is nowonder the sufferer is miserable and welcomes the means he employes to gut relief It is hard enough for any one to endure such suffering and misery itjney Pills that I found a remedy that would do just what was claimed for it I procured a box of the pills at J W Gayles drugstore and their use corrected the kidney secretions relieved the dreadful aching in my back and helped mo in every way There is tno need to have doubt about Deans Kidney Pills They do representedFor tI Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other SPECIAL RATES VIA F C IBY 880 round Greenville S C 1590 round trip May 14 15 and Only 2190 round trip to Au Sable Beaverton Branch Broth ern Manistoe and other points in Michigan May 20 and 22 For full particulars apply to C Y General Passenger Agent aFOR TRAVELERS And those who find it not conveni out to use Father Williams Indian Tea will receive the same excel lent results from using Father Wil liams Indian Herb Tablets They aro made from the steno pure Herbs and are a mild laxative but not a cathartic HondncheIach Billiousnoss and Malaria they will be found invaluable They Biro positively the best Liver Regulator known 25 doses 20 cents 50 doses 85 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 3 Dr Wearers Treatment Sjrep purlttes the blood Cento heal akin eruption li Pleasant Tndo tOlt ke LBxat Ve Syruip 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 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 Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks SpadesI Cradles and Fingers Scythes and SnatchesI Scythe Stones Wheellborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Sittings and Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc A j Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality 1 The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade I Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL t 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky lir Cadys Condition Powders are jnst what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They are not food Ifmedicine and the best in use to put n horse in prime condition Price 3 certs per package For sate by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 040 in Arrives 7l5 n m Now Orleans Special No Leaves p in Arrives ball p in No Local Mail No Leaves 720 n in Arrives 455 n m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from fillzabeth town Hotl nviHoiind Horkinsvllle except no Sunday service to Eliziibethtown Rcn yule Htops at all Htutions No Accommodation No Leaves p m Ar ives 055 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodtenvlllo and except on Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily t soutnern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from J Lexington and Louisville TO St Louis and the West fTwo Trains Daily as follows Lonvo Lexington 010 a in Lou isville 1100 n m Arrive St Louis 012 p Carrying vestibuled conches and CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals a changeLeavoisville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 732 n in Carrying Free Recllnln Chair Cars and Pullman Sleeperfihrou changeReserve Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave Lr Cases plain simple and I 1 Silver in either Gold Gold ornateI THAT COURT ADJOURNMENT Our neighbor of the State Journal with all due solemnity nn I pounced in its Issue of Wednesday i morning that Judge Stout had ad journed circuit court sittings until Monday to allow the court and h torneys to attend the great Edui tinunl Conference in Lexington today 0 tempora 0 mores and the Derby was run Wednesday Bro Walton fie fie You are too dead game a sport to put up that 4 joke STAMPING GROUND DiedAt the residence of Mr Chas Johnson Mr John Wiley Aged 40 years Ho leaves a wife crud six children Died After a long illness of con sumption Julia Fisher a well known colored woman aged 50 yearsRev Goo W Hill preached an appropriate sermon to our local Sundaykin full force Mrs Howard chil dren have gone toSulphur Indian 1Torritory to join her husband who went thereabout the first of March Judge A N Sparks brother of Mrs Triplett accompanied thorn Mr J C B Stone who has been living at Greenville Tonn for soy oral years has come back to old Kentucky and will locate at Frankfort His daughter Miss Laura Belle was with him His sonin law and daughter Mr and Mrs Willis will come later on sufferingforthen we have had several tine showers which have remedied the complained of A rush of 1work in planting tobacco is now on handWheat is looking extra fine Rye ditto Oats looking poorly Ont dens fairly good A number of our ladies are run ning incubators for raising duck ens All the finer varieties such as Whit Rocks Leghorns Barred Plymouth Rooks etc are being successfully started on their way s downyfeatheredfellows ti them What would our grand mothers have thought of this had they been told that such a tiling would occur announcingtheOldham and Miss Alma Tucker which will bo solemnized on Thursday June 7 UNO For the Stomach Heart and Kidneys Dr Shoops Restorative is a Cause Curenot a Symptom Cure r It Is a common mistake to take artificial dices ters for stomach troublesor heart stimulants for weak heart or socalled kidney remedies for t diseased These oriransdonotactsepat- I utcly or of their own accordthey havo no eon trol over themselves and not once In times is the sickness the fault of the organ It Is the fault of the nerves which control the organ find only through these nerves can stomach kidney or heart dlayflKvorders bo cured Dr I Shoop of Racine Wisconsin learned early in hlsmedlcal A experience thatthese Inside nerres were the power nerves that through them Only was It IIOSA Blbletocuroln digtstionheurt burn belching insomnia backache heart nesses and Brlchts dlsA ease and nil otheruffcctlons of thu kid noys For all oP these ailments sro not separate sicknesses and are not to bo trcutodX f as such They are merely symptoms of inside nerve weak nose and when the nerves are restored tho symptoms and the sickness disappear The which DrVShoop prescribed for ShoopsRestorativekidney stomach and heart troubles quicker even u than those medicines designed simply to ails 1temporary relief Dr Shoops Restorative Tab can now be had of druggists aierjrwhere For solo and recomtr led by DEALER t f 1 1 i f ii iJ SI 4J t 4 tOHTGfiIIEEPING H GOOD Is necessary to every who would succeed in j The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you i one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will 3 obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers M A SELEERffi A GOOD COMPLEXION A good complexion is impossible with the stomach out of order If pasty sallow people would pay more attention to their stomachs nnd less to the skin on their faces they would have better complexions Kodol for Dyspepsia will digest what you eat and put your stomach back In right shape to do its own work Kodol relieves palpitation of the heart flatulence sour stom ach heart burn etc Sold by J W Gayle MILLVILLE Miss Ola A gee and Miss Addie Barnes spent Sunday with their friend Miss Hazel Mitchell BaptistChurchvery much appreciated by the Sun dayschool and we hope it will be a help to teachers and scholars alsoMr Price Agee has accepted a DistilleryWe lIyrtieCunninghamSunday and all were delighted to see them Mr John Simpson and wife visited Mr and Mrs Sam Shaw last John Halley of Midway is visiting his grandfather Mr Josh Shaw and having a fine time flsh ing and hunting Miss Lucy Fitzgerald who has been visiting here for several weeks has now returned home manyfriendsMr and Mrs Ed Brown of Versailles were the pleasant guests of his sister Mrs S P Dozier on Sunday last Mrs A IC White and Blanche and Alice have returned to Louisville after two weeks visit at her mothers Mrs Jas Goins Miss Graoie Graham has been very sick but is now much im provedLeslie C Goins of the U S Signal Corps who was near San Fran enrthquakehasnow on guard at the ruined city PEARL If you prefer to take medicine in tablet form you can now obtain Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets Absolutely no change has been made In the medicinal ingredients Sold by all dealers C STORJABean the man life 41118 DESERVED REELECTION On Tuesday night the Board of Education hold their monthly meeting After the transaction of rou tine business Prof HC MoKee was unanimously reelected Superintendent of City Schools for the ensuing year Prof McKeo has been unusually successful in his management of the city schools and deseived this endorsement at the hands of the Board Engineer Samuel Stone and Jani tor John Hayden wore also ro oloctod Prof W H Mays Principal of tho Colored School timid Janitor Jameson wore also reelected The examination for applicants for teachers positions will be hold on Friday told Saturday Juno 8th and Utli The oommoncemont exorcises of the white schools wore set for Juno 5th Uh and 7th The attendance at both white and colored schools has boon largely increased this year rendering ab solutely necessary tho proposed addition to tho white school build ings i41 f J fiJ rr FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on Rest cure for con stipation headache and dizziness 25o at all druggists r5CITY PARK RECHRISTENED AND TO BE CALLED GLEN WOOD The park has been leased by Mr D J McNamarn and has been im proved and gotten ready for the opening WhICh will occur on Mon day night May 14 The Elite Stock Co will give the initial performance that night The new name for the park is Glenwood which is very appro priate Eat A Laxet at bedtime And feel bright the next day Laxets only oo a boxare sweet tooth perfectionForsour stomach bad hreath coated tongue dizziness biliousness sal low complexion etc Sold by all dealers ATTENTION Those having claims against the estate of Mr Irvine J Moore of Forks of Elkhorn bankrupt are called to the advertisement of U S Referee D W Lindsey The meet ing of creditors will be held May 12 Not a thing harmful in One Minute Cough Cure but it relieves a phlegmHealingW Gayle WENT IN A BODY The corps of teachers of the white public schools headed by Prof H C McKee went to Lexington on Thursday afternoon to attend the Educational Conference The city schools were given holi day yesterday so that the teachers could attend the Conference Frankfort GiQoiuQa1l Sg The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 toSiFA SUNDAYIAMI 2 i72 1i21FnkfoAIt111712 2 6 Switzer 658 6 Stamping G roundI 6 6 121 Duvall Johnson 6 Georgetown 6 I C S Depot 1 6 Newtown 8 Centerville 5 8 Elizabeth 8a2 5 017 3 PariwJunctn 5 Art Paris iLv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kC- Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNA T VIA GEORGETOWN P MA MPlI IIIAiLv 720 1200 Georgetown Arj 80 Ur BETWEEN FRANKFORT fi CINCINNATI VIA PlUS A M P M R M 0 20I 2 Lv Frankfort Ar 715251 Lv Georgetown Ar 623 a Lv Parts Ar 30I 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL It R POINTS 620AIL Frankfort A 25A720P 47P A Georgetown A 04A025P 25P 50A A Purls L 80A542P UP A Winchester L 700A245P 15P 8 A lltiysville LI 645A115P 24A ACpnthiana L 502P 1OOPI SIP A Richmond 20A 155P A Cincinnati LI I263P QEO B HARPER Pres and Oenl Supt tiIt y lv C WHAYI 11 i f w 1 Reliable Jeweler 230 St I IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOODJ E want to argue the CASE with you and help you make this threshing season a successr To be successful one must have an equipment that is labor saving andmoney making You will find bothJthese features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a Capital FoundIg WaofiiQ GOIDpang Apr 7Im Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 50 YEARS- eXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Isending a sketch and m ascertain our free whether an CommunIcationssent tree Oldest patents Patents taken through 1rtllfc receive tptclal notice without charge In the Scientific Jhntrkanhandsomely Illustrated weekly Tnreest circulation of any scientific journal Terms r year four months L Sold by all newsdealers Co 3818roadwaf New York Branch Office F SU Washington D G DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats S Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamers Of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at tramsReturningSundays Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip 8ta Excursions to Detroit and return Week Days Si Sundays 75C Tolt Huronand return a delightful two days trip only Sioo meals and berth extra Special Rat 1o SoclttlfJ Close connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see neatest Railroad Agent orwrite 0 f TrMgrWH N0fPAcameo e i TrBBs Plants IIIiS t For the Spring of 1906 the BLUt GRASS NURSERIES 1IexingtonOffer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb As agentsStrawberryplication to M103m H F HILLENMEYEB SONS t No One Buys Drugs No prllFun nmll1 1businessstore should have two missions One to furnish drugs that can i be relied on the other to fur nish them for what they are worth Ailitence and progressive should mark their methodstWe endeavor to keep the progress of the age to meetifevery requirement of the com munity to conduct a store that shall stand for till that a drug store should We wish to serve those who want accurate service high grade drugs and uniformly fair and courteous treatment JuA11 GAYLE Druggist If Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky ATTENTION FARMERSWE HAVE JUST RECEIV D OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded Fences t fNoMaps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel wire Write or Call if for Catalogue Sold only by Buggy Rugs of All Kinds t t VIRGINIA SOCIETY OF THE CIN CIXNATI t Original Minute Book of the Society r Which Had Been Lost for Over Seventylive Years Recently Discovered in Rich mond Vn k Roll of Original Members Rends Like a List of Preeeut Day Kentuckinns Below we append a list of names taken from the oiLInil nIi ute buu of the Society of the Cincinnati of the State of Virginia This society was founded by the officers of the Continental army after Its disKinclment October roth ITf for social and helpful purposes it was divided into fourteen branches one for each of the thirteen original States and one for our then ally France and a general society consisting of delegates from the various State societies It Is f the only society in the U S based upon the old Englie law of primogeniture arid the right to membership descends only tf through the eldest sons f Most if not all the Southern Societies Were disorganized by the Civil War that of the State of Virginia among them t The officers of the Virginia Society which Is now reorganized are making every effort to locate these descendants of the f glorious band of heroes who are entitled to represent their ancestral names in the order and any information leading to that end will be greatly appreciated hy the Society of the State of Virginia if sent to Mr Heth Lorten Treasurer 12 New York City soundsiand as membership in this society Is always considered IIn honor we give the original list as follows f A rAllen David Lieutenant Allison Colonel Anderson John Cap taro Anderson Rich C Lt Colonel i Armand Vogluson Captain B Baldwin Cornelius Surgeon Ball Burgess Lt Colonel Ball Daniel En sign Balmain Alex Chaplain Barrett Chiswell Lieutenant Barrett Win Captain Baskerville Sam Lieutenant Baylis Henry Ensign Bayler George Colonel Bay top Jnmp Captain Beale Robert Captain Bedinger Dun En sign Bedinger Henry Captain Bell Captain Bentley Win Cap tain Bidley Thomas Major Belfleld John Major Blackwell John Captain Blackwell Joseph Captain Bland Theo doric Jr Colonel Bohiinon Ambrose Capt Lt Booker Sum Captain Bowles Henry Captain Bowne i Thomas Lieutenant Bowne Win Lieutenant Bowyer Henry Lieutenant Bowyer Thomas Bradford Sara K Cap Lt Brecklnridge Alex Captain Brecklnridge Robt Lieuten ant Brooke Francis T Lieutenant Brooke John Lieutenant Brown Jacob a R Lieutenant Brown Win Surgeon Ji Browne Thomas Captain Bucknur r Thomas Captain Buford Abraham Colonel Butler Lawrence Captain t Burwell Nathaniel Captain C Cabell Sam J Lt Col Callender John Cap Lt Cullendar Ellezer Vu Eta Navy Captain Cnllls Win 0 Lieutenant Campbell Archibald Lieu tenant Carnes Patrick Captain Car rington Clement Lieutenant Carrlng ton Edward Lt Cal Carrinpton George Lieutenant Carrington Mayo Captain Claiborne Richard Lleuten ant Clark Edmund Lieutenant Clark Jonathan Lt Colonel Clark Win Lieutenant Clay Mathew Lieutenant Clayton Philip Lieutenant Cocke j Colin Captain Coleman Samuel Lieutenant Coleman Whltehend Cap taro Conway Joseph Lieutenant Cooper Leonard Captain de Corny Dominique EthiH Colonel Crud dock Robert Lieutenant Crawford John Lieutenant Crittenden John Cap Lt Croghnn William Major Cropper John Lt Col Crump Abner Captain Crute John Lieutenant D Dabney Charles Lt Col Dade Francis Captain Darby Nathaniel Lieut tenant Davies Win Colonel Dick Alexander Major Drew John Lieuten iant Duff Edward Surgeon R Eddins Samuel Captain Edmunds Thomas Captain Edwards Leroy Cap taro Epgleston Joseph Major Esk ridge Win Lieutenant p Feblger Christian Colonel FenD t 1 4 J W PCSOWERCOM Thomas Capt Lt Field Reuben Pnr main Fitzgerald John Captain Fox Nathaniel Captain Fox Thomas Cop taro G Gamble Robert Captain Gaskin Thomas Lt Col Gates Horatio Inj Gen Gibbon James Lieutenant Gibson John Colonel Gill Erasmus Cap taro Graham Walter Cap Lt Graves Win Cornet Gray Francis Lieutenant Gray George Captain Gray Wm Lieutenant Gravson Win Colonel Green Gabriel Lieutenant Green John Colonel Green Robert Lieutenant Griffith David ChaplainH Hackley John Lieutenant Harris John Lieutenant Harris Jordon Ensign Harrison Charles Colonel Harrison Ben Jr Dept Paymaster Gen Hutves Samuel Lt Col Hays John Major Heth Henry Captain Heth John Lieutenant Heth Win Colonel Higgins Peter Lieutenant Hite Abra ham Captain Hite Lieutenant- Hite Iwinc Lieutenant Hoard Thomas Captain Hopkins David Captain Hopkins Samuel Lt Col Hughes Henry Ensign Hughes Jasper Cornet Hughes John CaptainI Innes James Lt Colonel J Jameson John Lt Col Johnston John B Captain Johnston Peter Lieutenant Wm Captain Jones Alhrlpton Lieutenant Jones Charles Lieutenant Jones Churchill Captain Jordan John Captain K Kendall Custis Captain Kennon Richard Lieutenant Kinc Elisha Lieutenant Kirk Robert Lieutenant Kirkpatrick Abraham Captain L Langham Elias Lieutenant Lnpsley Samuel Captain Lawson Robert Major Lee enry Lt Col LeMaire Jacques Lt Col Lewis Charles Col onel Lewis George Captain Lewis Win Major Lind Arthur Capt Lt Levelly Wm L Captain Ludeman John Y Lieutenant M Maben James Captain Magill Charles Major Mallery Philip Cap tain Martin Thomas Lieutenant Mas ele Thongs Major Matthews George Colonel Mathews Thomas Lt Col Maury Abraham Lieutenant McClurg James Surgeon McGuire Win Lieu tenant Meade Everord Major Meade Richard K Lt Col Meredith Wm Merriwether James Lieutenant MerriwetherThonas Major Mid dleton Basil Surgeon Miller David Lieutenant Miller Wm Cap Lt Mar pan Daniel Brig Gen Morgan Simon Captain Morrow Robert Captain Moseley Wmoolnjor Mosseley Ben Lieutenant Mtihlenberp John P Brig Gen Munroe James Major- N Nelson John Major Nestell Peter N Y Cap Lt Neville John Colonel Neville Presley Lt Col Nixon An drew Captain Norvell Lipscomb Lieutenant O ONeal Ferdlnont Captain Overtoil John Captain Overtoil Thomas Captain P Parker Alexander Captain Parker Josiah Colonel Parker Thomas Captain Parsons Wm Captain Payne Josiah Ensign Payne Thomas Captain elhaui Charles Major Pemberton Ihomas Captain Pendleton Nathaniel Captain Perry John Cornet Pollard Ben Captain Porterfield Robt Cap tain Posey Thomas Lt Col Pulson John Major Powell Robt Captain Pryor John Cap Lt Q Quarles Robt Ensign Quarles Wm P Lieutenant R Ragsdale Drury Captain Randolph Robt Captain Raukln Robt Lieutenant Runsdell Thomas Captain Ray Andrew Surgeon illis Cap Lain Hid ley Thomas Major Robbins John Lieutenant Rodgers John Captain Roney John Lieutenant Rose Robert Surgeon Roy Beverly Captain Russell Albert Lieutenant Russell Win Colonel S Sansum Philip Captain Savage Nat L Jr Lieutenant Scott Charles Lt Col Scott Charles Cornet Scott CnltalnSeldenCharles Lt Col Singleton Antony Captain Shelton Clough Captain Skinner Alexander Surgeon Smith Ballard Lieutenant Smith Larkin Captain Snead Smith Major Southall Stephen Lieutenant Starke Richard lieutenant Stephenson David Majcr tf + 1J lf 4 17ftJ J Stevens Win S Lieutenant Stewart StIos Captain- T Tallaferro Nicholas Lieutenant Tay BeuIEnsign Towles Oliver Lt Col Tur berville George L Major U Upshaw James CaptainV Vauderwall Marks Lieutenant Vowles Henry Cap Lt W Waggoner Andrew Major Walker David Lieutenant Wallace Gus B Lt Col Wallace Wm B Lieutenant Worfleld Walter Surgeon Washington Geo A Lieutenant Waters Richard C Cap Lt Watts John Captain Weeden George Brig Gen White John Lieutenant White Robt Cap Italu White Wm Lieutenant Whit taker Wm Lieutenant Williams Da vid Lieutenant Williams James Cap taro Willis John Major Wilson Wil lis Lieutenant Winston John Captain Winston Wm Lieutenant Wood James Colonel Woodson Robt Captain Wright James CaptainY Yancey Robert Captain Yarborough Charles Lieutenant Young Henry Captain oWouldnt you spend five cents to test the nicest sweetest Laxative Tablet ever made Unless you try it you can never know how mud real laxative value is contained in this box of Laxets As toothsome as candy safe for child or adults Having the formula ou the box you know just what you are taking Laxets are for constipation had breath bad taste muddy com plexion headache coated tongue biliousness etc only o cents Sold by all dealers CALLED MEETING OF FRANKFORT CHAPTER NO 8 There will be a called communication of Frankfort Chapter No 3 R A M on Monday evening in Masonic Temple at 8 oclock for work in M E and R A Degrees A full attendance desired Visiting Companions cordially wel comedBy of- ROBINSON FARMER H P GEO A LEWIS Secretary A YEAR OF BLOOD The year 1908 will long be remembered home of F N Packet of Alliance Ky is a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption with the astonishing ro suIt that alto taking four bottles I was completely restored and an time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at all druggists Price 50o and 100 Trial bottle free IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of our dear husband and father William Duke who died April 28 1002 Life is a dream on earth And soon passes away As you our dear father loft us Four years ago today Four years havo passed and still WH miss you Friends may think the wound is healed Little do they know the sorrow That lies in our hearts concealed HIS LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN IDeWitt a Early Risers The famous Httto pills t JBothJUST RECEIVED er Another Lot of Red Cedar Shingles And 2 Car Loads of Yellow Poplar Shingles We also have a large stock of Redwood Weatherboarding the Best on Ea- rthHammond Co LECTURE AT MASONIC TEMPLE Some time since Rev C R Hud son consented to deliver an address before Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y lI in their hall in Masonic Tern pie The following circular has been sent out by a committee of the Lodge Hall of Hiram Lodge No4 F and A 11 Frankfort Ky May 1006 Dear Sir and Brother You are earnestly requested and invited to be present in the Lodge room in Masonic Temple on the evening of Tuesday May 8th at 8 oclock to attend a lecture to be delivered by ReyBro ChasRHud son su bJectuThe Hebrew Temple and Its Relation to Masonry which will bo illustrated with stereopticon views and will be very interesting to every Mason If there is one among your ac quaintances whom you think will be interested and entertained ex tend to limn a cordial invitation to come with you After the lecture a substantial lunch will be spread at the Frankfort Hotel of which you and your friend are invited to partake I Fraternally GEO A LEWIS JOHN P SE IBERT EUGENE WOLFE CHAS M BRIDGEFORD GEO H STEHLIN J B UTTERBACK Committee l Dr Shoops Rheumatic dmbrings relief and cure makes an end of pain and swelling an end of suffering nn end of Rheuma tism It is put up in handy tablet form convenient and economical Begin to use this remedy today The result will be lasting Sold bj all dealers EXAMINATIONS The following is the schedule of examinations which will be held us follows during the month of May Second Friday and Saturday Common School Graduation Third Friday and Saturday Teachers White Fourth Friday and Saturday Teachers Colored E R JONES County Superintendent CENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION CO O K The Versailles City Council on Tuesday night passed the or dinance granting a franchise to the Central Kentucky Traction Co over the veto of the Mayor of that city Work will now be rushed on the road both from the city limits- to the station in Versailles and on the Frankfort extension Dr Weavers Syrup- ludlea the blood Cerate tolntaieaO for the ikia WHATS A FELLOW TO DO Running a newspaper with a view to please everybody is one of those accomplishments we sometimes read about but nevor come to know personally No matter what we door say what measures we advocate there is always some one who wants to know why we do not get on the other side You never can tell just how your actions are going to strike poople If we hustle around some of the outside people say we shouldIstay in the office and tend to busiIness If we stay at our desk all day they want to know why we do not get out and go after business If we go to church they say we are hypocritical and are trying to make a good impression If we dont go to church they say we are heathenish If we wear good clothes they say we have been to a fire sale and got them cheap If we hang on to our winter suit until summer time they say we are getting seedy undo need brushing up a little If we writo a column or so advocating acetylene lights some of them want to know why we do not urge the city to buy electricity If we advocate a sprinkler they want to know why in the world we cant see that oiling the streets is the best plan So it coos merrily on from day to day If you think an editors lifo is devoid of spice and variety just come down and help us get out one qr two issues Ex change WANTEDDlstriet Managers to post signs advertise und distribute samples Salary 18 weekly 3 per day for expenses State ago and prnsent employment IDEAL SHEAR CO 89 St Chicago 204m United States of America Eastern District of Kentucky In tho United States Court in and for wild District nt District No5 In thomnthroflrvinoJMoore Bankrupt- In Bankruptcy No To the emitters of Irvine J Moore of the Forks of Elkhorn in the county of Franklin and District aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the i8th day of April A DIU06 the twit Irvine J Moore was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first tweeting of bo held at my olilce in tho city of Frankfort Ky on Satur the Path of May A D at creditorsfcuch other business us inny properly come bc foro said meeting D W DSEY aVH Referee in Bankru- ptcyKILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE WITH Dr LUNCSi New IIcONSUMPTION BOcSICO Price IFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEa or MONEY BAOL- a 7 7 Flyer Prices on Friday and Saturday I Saturdays Remnants onehalf price 1I White Goods and Muslins giveI II S Dt ASCENSION EPISCOPAL JHURCHHev A B Chinn reu jdxor Sunday May 6 980 a in Sundayschool 11 a in Morning Prayer and Ser mono 730 p in Evening Prayer and SermonWednesday afternoon prayer at 4 p m Everybody Invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D pastor will preach at a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 in the chapelBaraoa Class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 p m in the chapel LeaderE B Smith Subject The Moral Dignity of Christian Baptism- Prayermeeting tt on Wednesday night at 730 oclock in Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson pastor will preach At 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m in Endeavor Society meets at 645 in the chapel- Prayermeeting Wednesday even pelJ Tues day afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody Invited tCATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 n it High Mass at 10 a Sundayschool at 2 mIVespers at 780 p FIRST PRFSBYTERIAN CHURCHRev HEDoskerDD President of the Theological Semi nary Louisville will occupy the pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning at oclock and at 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evens ik Ing at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed r METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m J Epworth League at 645 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend tSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN Win Crowe pas at 11 a m and 730 oclock p n- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p mPrayermooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL SOl vico at 3 oclock and 780 p m Rev Dr M B Adams will preach at 8 oclock Mr EJ Dean at 730 Mr Sam Brown will conduct thu music LEESTOWN CHAPELRovlval services every evening next week conducted by Mr Ed Dean Music by Mr Sam Brown- AIIUNDANI RAINS The abundant rains of the past week have put an entirely new face on all nature The foliage on the trees has seemed to spring into full grassisrest upon Gardens are developing wonderfully Farmers are putting out their to bacco and all nature smiles aJ WHATS IN McCLURES McClures begins a new volume with May If the forthcoming numbers are to be gauged by this first one the readers of this maga zinc have a rare treat ahead of them Two universally important and Interesting series begin Rud yard Kiplings Robin Goodfellow His Friends and the Life In Thirtieth tt Kipling comes back to us more the wizard than ever No one who reads English should miss those stories for they are about a Britishborn Robman who held the Great Wall of Hadrian for his Em peror against the Painted People and the Winged Hats in the days before England was English The Story of Life Insurance or the first times gives both sides of the case and contains in a simple condensed form the information which for a year we have been try ing to glean The first installment is The Surplus The Basis of Cor ruption and it tells how certain men have been pulling the surplus down while a few have been struggling to save it There are facts about the Before the Deluge officers that will make you open your eyes George Edward Wood berry contributes another chapter to his Great Masters of Litera ture throwing some entirely new lights on John Milton The Flight from the Fatherland tho Installment of Carl Schurzs Rem inisceneos of a Long Life gives us another chapter of true and excit ing adventure Clara Morris in An Actress on Guard tells us some of the innermost secrets of a successful actress soul John Mo Auley Palmer has more of Col Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is not a secret or patent medicine against which the most intelligent people are quite naturally averse because of the un certainty as to their harmless character but Is a medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION a full list of all Its ingredients being printed in tLn English on every bottle wrapper An examination of this list of ingredients will disclose the fact that It is nonalcoholic In Its composition chem ically tho of the commonly used alcohol In Its make up The Favorite Prescription of Dr Pierce Is in fact the only medicine put up for tho cure of peculiar weak nesses and ailments sold through drug gists that docs not contain alcohol anti spocladiseasesthe unanimous endorsement of all the leading medical writers and teachers of all the several schools of practice and that too as remedies for tho ailments for which Favorite Prescription Is recom mendedA book of some of these endorse ments will bo sent to any address post paid and absolutely free If you request sumo by card or letter of Dr V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dont forget that Dr Plercos Favorite Prescription for womans weaknesses and delicate aliments Is not a patent or secret medlclno the Favorite Prescription of a regularly educated and graduated physician engaged In the practice of specialtythat of diseases of women that Its Ingredients are printed in plain Enutlnh on overy bottlowruppor that it Is the only especially de signed for tho euro of womans diseases that contains no alcohol and the only ono that has a professional endorsement worth more than all tho socalled testimonials over published for other med jetties Send for these endorsement as above They nrofrce for tho asking If you suffer from periodical headache backache dizziness pain or dragging down sensation low down in the abdomen weak back have disagreeable and weak ing catarrhal pelvic drain or are In distress from being long on your foot then you may bo sure of from taking Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription Dr Ilercos Pleasant Pallets tho best laxative and regulator of tho bowels They Invigorate stomach liver and bowels One a axatlvej two or three a cathartic Below wo quote a fiw 1undIc for one Paper Hair Pins 5c for six nice Hat Pins le for Card Hooks and Eyes 15c for best Talcum Powder 2c for one Roll Tape 5c for Wash 2c for a Paper Pins lOc for Dress Shields 4o for bolt Feather Stitched Brnid10e for Taffeta Ribbons 4o for one dozen Safety Pins 49c for Corsets worth 1 to 125 lie for Good Hair Brushes Sec for new Silks 4c for Box of Hair Pins oc for best Calico 5c a card for Pearl Buttons 8c for Laces and Embroideries- 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton 5c for Apron Gingham II JOHNSON GO RELIGIONS HenI Lumpkin and Stewart Edward White offers Cyclone Bills Yarn the best and funniest of the Ari zona Nights series There are other dramatic and humorous stories by Richard Washburn Child Mrs Wilson Woodrow and Joseph C Lincoln and poetry by Florence Wilkinson Witter By nner and A E Housman The illustra tions are by Castaigne Ditzler Lowell Wyeth Glackenns and Sloan A LAZY LIVER produceanything else It is good to clean the system out occasionally Stir the liver up and gut into shape generally The best results are derived from the use of DeWitts Little Risers Reliable effective pleasant pills with n byJRUMMAGE SALE The Ladies Committee of tho Y M C A will have their Rum mage Sale in the room formerly occupied by the Bazaar Store on Friday and Saturday of next week May 11th and 12th In addition to the usual attrac tions there will be a candy table presided over by r number of pretty girls Nuifced a Those who have taken other lax atives without satisfaction and those who have taken such quan theyhaveIJAXErSIrhore oases This candy bowel laxative LAXETS is only 5c and is sold by all dealers MEXICOREAL SASSY A Mexican gunboat is preparing the way for Mexico to get another spanking from Uncle Sam by arresting fishing vessels in neutral waters and taking their crews to Mexican prisons The first thing these smart Alecks will know Uncle Sam will get busy and as sure as you are born something will be doing right away real quick tt HAD A CLOSE CALL operntloninvolvingnant ulcer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Buck lens Arnica Sa ve says A C Stickel of Miletus W Vn Per sistent use of the Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25c at all druggists CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and tho rich patient too can do much bettor at home by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreois made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights test anti the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest loss nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive clue tnldngGelmunlarly Should you be able to go tot warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere thntIUsoLoc 75c At all drug gists yr A BAD BURN For a painful burn there is HazellSnlvetions of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve on the marketsee that you get the genuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sunburn cuts bruises and pilesTilecago is on every box Sold by J W Gayle Ii GOOD NIGHTS RESt doggieForThat German Syrup homes great tretronti Could health joy impart QThe greatest tonic on earth is a good nights rest Restless nights and the ter rible exhaustion of a hacking cough are consumptiveQBtitfew doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from cough or night sweat Free ex pectoration in the morning is made cer SyrupQWe of over thirtyfive years that one 7scent bottle of- German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders qTwo 250 and 750 All druggists For sate by J W Gayle NLY RAILROAD SOUTHJEQUIPPED AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest MANYi For Information and HC K1NQCPTA E Slain St Lexington Ky W GARRETT General tanager W c RINEARSO P Cinclhnnd o et ett I i N r r BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1005 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0a m to 11 p m except S and 10 p m 3hourcept 9 and 11 p m Georgetown11 p m except 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0a m to 10 p m except S and 10 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1135 a m Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys oflice 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 1274R T GUNK Manager tf ASK FOR T E M When you want the Best Flour It is Best in Color y Best in Flavor Best in Nutritio IAnd it wont fail you in pinch Sold Only by Grocers- We also handle meal and feed All orders promptly filled THE J E 11 MILLING Co Frankfort K y New PastTO TrainIil UTAHAND 1THE 19Thetn daily The eveninr trains to saute points serviceThroughsco Excursion tickets now on silo For further information call on or address eTrayH C TOWNSEND Lien Pats S Ticket At St Louis Mor i JJc1JfitJt 0 the RoundaboutI IrForTEACHERSUNDAY days God created the the earth and rested on the seventh And shall not the fashioner command His work And who am I that if He whisper Rise go forth upon mine errand should reply I beseech Thee God have me excused So Margaret Green thought as she awoke on this Lords day early in the dawning amid the songs of birds the first impression on a May morning It was indeed a rest day Tired was she from the toils of the r week and the thought of going to r sleep again forgetting the duties r of the hour was like the freedom of water with barriers burned away sooner was the thought iNo than she was out of bed her sweet undertone of worship ran as a thread of gold throughout her morning duties common place t and rural as they were The breakfast was oldfashioned r Fish fried a delicious brown stewed Ifpotatoes crisp flaky biscuit fragrant hot coffee Money and butter completed the meal Grandpa Green was ailing so this added a shadow to the events of the day Grandma of course could not go to church without him and it devolved upon Margaret to put her k ifaith into practice and meet as was her custom with the brethren of the old school denomination r commonly known as Hard Shell Baptist Framed in by the broad brimmed hat with its simple adorn t ing of apple blossoms tho sweet t unconscious grace of the wearer i shone out in fairest light Her l white gown without ornament en- hancedg her beauty She was fair to look upon So thought Superin tendent Joy so thought a youth of beardless face and dark expressive eyes He had loved Margaret Green nil his lifehe would love her until death useless though it might be The minister was a stranger He was a friend of the neighborhood however and preached tho word in soberness and solemn warnings to the many and one only accepted it The text appealed to Margaret preen with the peculiar insistence of dreams She listened to the message repeated over and over againBehold your house is left unto you desolate It seemed that to day she could not endure to recall what happened yesterday to imagO ine what might occur on the to morrow It was all to be There was no disregarding the truth of the fact predetermined predes tined fixed A little disturbance was to be seen in the congregation one word escaped the whisperer Grandpa Green was dead It was nilso sudden so unexpected that it seemed perfectly right for the congregation to be dismissed and for Margaret to find herself in the midst of friends who led her home in silence and left her alone beside the weeping mother and her beloved dead The taking up of duties untried the putting away of a face familiar grown and dearer than any over known in lifetho breaking of ties stronger than the fibers of her own heart leaving behind her her uirl hood home of happiness and going with her widowed mother to a little neighborhood village until her school should have closed onJ her plans were formulated made the passage clearer than it just was preached Behold your house is left unto you desolate Dr May had had revenge but not in the manner ho had expected The old home was his but the jewel for whom he had lost selfrespect nay honor oven was lost forever and there was no recourse Super intendent Toy took special pride and satisfaction in his province as friend and adviser but the words he should and perhaps would have spoken were never said and con sequently the friendship continued sacred and inviolate There was never a word by sign or letter from the one who might have comforted the poor stricken wounded spirit and in sustaining her mother who seemed brokenhearted Margaret forgot her own grief and looked upon changed conditions of life with the same fortitude that had erstwhile characterized her School had closed Everything on the farm had been sold Goodbyes had been spoken to the old friends and mother and daughter were gone to make their home in a strange city when death came again and Grandma Green grown weary of the bustle of humanity when she had lived her life long amid the quiet and perfect rest of a country solitude gladly gave up the trial and despite the tears of Margaret fell on sleep and was laid to rest in the little spotfof Look BOYS- AA l1ce tomake EASY MONE Have you got the notion its hard for a boy to make money after school hours If you knew how thousands of boys make all the money they need by a few hours easy work a week wouldnt you iump at the chance s doing it yourself Theres no secret about itthese boys sell THE SA TURJA Y EVENING POST Friday afternoon and Saturday Some make 15 a week All make somethingdepends on the boy It wont cost you- a cent to try it anyway Ask us to send you the complete outfit for starting in business and zo free copies of The Post Sell these Posts at 50 the copy and with the soc you make buy further supplies at wholesale price Besides the profit made on every copy we give prizes when you have sold a certain FurtherL Cash Prizes each month to boys who do good work Your chance of getting some of this money is just as good as that of any other boy who sells The Post Ac Curtis Publishing Compuy1128Arcb Street Philadelphia Ft rhilat earth reserved for the precious dead and the orphan was indeed aloneAfter one realizes the full import of a house being desolate and can gather up the broken threads of life sufflcientlytolcaro what becomes of the one who is left there nat urally will be asserted a feeling of effort so positive and determined that even in the trying to survive upward and onward impetus will be given the controlling spirit and much more good and greater values will bo attained Such was the spiritual attitude of our heroine after a brief period of waiting Life long tendencies are scarcely possible of extermination Having instilled into her inmost thought the view of predetermined existence not alone in material cor poral entities but in future oblign tion Margaret Green assumed at once the duties for which she was born A Sabbath of rest had prepared her for this responsibility and the grace of divine help had been as an alabaster box of precious ointment broken for His use Her first resolve was resignation the second was work and the third precluded every other obstacle in the way of redeeming some day the bit of love lost in the home which was once her fathers and which please God should bo hers After this there were no more tears nothing but a willing cheerful obedience to the daily walk for Him She wont out into the great world of which existence she had dreamed and became as one of the last crowd There she found others who had suffered as she had suf fered who were poor as herself but who wore warped in spirit and dumb with anguish These needed the ointment from her box of precious word and she bestowed it willingly She taught the darkened souls to see the light by which their feeble steps might be guided and she held aloft herself the lamp to point the way As it is a scientific tact that the more one gives of blossoms to those who need them the more blossoms will come so the more that Margaret gave of her life the more happiness and pleas ure she derived therefrom Her chief desire was to study the nature of practical education To acquire knowledge whereby she might be enabled to further the in terest of rural communities to make possible the love for a farm life in the growing youth to re store the lost affection for the an cestral home and the return to the simple life Lofty ideals grand possibilities heroic work Kentucky has yet to rise on the wings of a consecrated faith and bring to fear the weapons of her warfare in the battle with growing ignoranceto save her children from a fate worse than any pestilence of smallpox the fate of an ignorant citizenship It is a blot upon her fair name these roving tribes of truant boys men women and children who have no sense of patriotism no thought of obligation no homo ties but are simply satisfied to eat drink and be merry at the expense of the tax payerLet each of us be light bearers in the cause of education N S COX May 2 BACKACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS Are quickly relieved and permanently cured by the Now Herb CureFather Williams Indian lea Natures Remedy gathered in the Rocky Mountains Juro and simple but sure and certain Acts like magic on the Kidneys and Bladder cures Backache Conges tion of the Kidneys Rheumatism Gout Jaundice and Brights Dis ease Givo it a trial and be con vinced Put up in Tea and Tablet form 20 and 85 cents n package For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 8 TROUBLE WITH STREET LIGHTS The Capitol Gas and Electric Iight Co seems to have consider able trouble lately in controlling tho currents that furnish the oleo trio lights on the streets One 0 two nights they failed entirely and on others went out overy few min utes +N CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SipaturCl of H r 4k Wt J5 t j IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has boijio the signature of and Ids per sonal supervision infancy no one deceive this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 1No2 1PM No A M Leave Stations II 225 111 Lexington 11 10106Oa 810 825 Winchester 620 866 013 Clay City 887 480 406 023 Stanton 828 480 485 954 Natural Bridge 401 449 1008 Torrent 720I 84T 511 1029 Beattyville Junction 8W 610 1130 94Tackson 1ro 025 226- t No and except Sunday other daily except Sunday Nos and muko close connection for points the Ky Trains Nos connect Junction with the Uy for Sterling No8 connect Beattyville Junction with the By for Beattyvillti and station SCOTT General Manager OHIO KENTUCKY Mls No DailyEx IA Lye No DailyEx Ip Lye Stations Jackson 1120 Junction 1IWiUmrat 1162 Hampton 1158 City Hetechnwn 1228 Cannel City 1245 will make close connection with points Eastern HallwayM CONLEY Superintendent Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule effect February 11000 sub jcct change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West und Southwest and Rally For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia York Itichnioiid01d Point and Norfolk 1018 and 141111 Daily Wlyr and Time Table Trains South- Western Express 810pm Louisville Express 935 ami amrOJD Lou Express 909 am CO Limited pm Trains North- Lexington Express 420 pm Lexington Express am Frankfort Acc 614 pm Atlantic 1018 amt Atlantic Ex 741 pm Sunday lv 755 Sunday 721 V BITE AGENT J 1ttI lias been made under since its Allow to you in goric the J Ar NoS- Trains daily trains Trains and By Trains and local BARB CHARLES AND AMAr1 DailyI NonI Ar- uI Sum IPMI Junction RAILWAY 980 II 880 IJ2 8H5 1126 843I 152 480 41i 128 Leo 510 122 10I 1760I 15 122 545 518 Nos and Junction Nos and the Lexington and 909 014 New L N G 8 O 614 949 m C 0 Ex 0 It N L N ar A r No 1 A PM at O K on O K 8 L E 0 8 O lIt at L A J R G P A M at M in to M M M Mis o 0 O K at O K 3 for on L A P A IMPORTANTEL Louisville Hrn ofson al St Louis Rai1ays- HENDERSON OUTE H On and 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 Louisville KyL J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville KyI