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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tj lSfii tJIfYj T 1 V PIjIP r J THE FRAMFOET RoUNDABOUTj I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IVOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAy 12 I9Ca NO 36 j 1 Attractive Oxfords Three styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here for women These three selected because they are especially new un charming Laird Schober Co Ribbon Tie A dress low Shoe made of patent calf very light and flexible turn sole plain toe and military heel wide silk laces large eyelets price 500 The New Pump In rom leathers Blacl gun metal calf and black ooze calf iOO pat ent colt skin and blue suede at 500 Pumps met with great favor last season on account of the attractive appearance they give the foot and the ease with which they are put on Our Pump this season does not slip at the heel 350 Patent Jolt Oxford One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces both with flexible turn soles and medium heels R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Big Warehouse of Kentucky River Mills Full of Hemp Burns At 855 on Tuesday morning an alarm of lire from box called the department to the big corru gated iron warehouse of the Ken tucky River Mills at Look No4 North Wilkinson street where a fire had started by reason of spon taneous combustion It was burn ing furiously The department continued to play two streams of water upon the big pile of hemp stored therein for pretty much tho whole day in an endeavor to save some of the hemp and wore partially successful About 20000 was the valuation put upon the hemp and it is said about a third of it was saved What the loss however will be will have to be ascertained after settle ments aro made with the insurance companies which are carrying a lino of SO per cent on tho stock The company will not allow this accident to interfere with their busiiiHSs as their orders are far from filled and harvest will soon bo hero when tho twine product will be in demand IF YOU TRYIFather Williams Indian HeIbI Tea or Herb Tablets and find them tho best medicine you over used for Constipation Torpid Liver Sick Kidneys Sour Stom ach Sick Headache Neuralgia Dyspepsia Indigestion Malaria Dizziness and Bad Breath wo will refund the money They work day and night and you got up in the morning feeling personTry ts Tea or Tab lets For sale by Frankfort Drug Co EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI By reference to tho advertisement in another column it will be soon that the F d C and Q C Rail road Companies will run au exour sion to Cincinnati tomorrow Trains leavo Union Depot at 7 a m Returning will leave Grand Central Depot at 880 p m Faro for round trip only 125 For every Headache causo there is a cure Dr Shoops Twenty Minutes Hoadaoho Cure never fail it put into circulation congested blood which presses and irritates the nerve In handy tablet form pleasant to take Suited for all temperaments Sold by all dealers t r lo Jit FOUND DEAD IN BED On Sunday last Mr Ben F Rogers was found dead in bed at the home of his sisterinlaw Mrs Susie Rogers near Farmdale sup posed to be caused from heart fail ureMr Rogers was a bravo and gal lant soldier in the Confederate Army and carried a bullet in his jaw until his death received in battleHe was the son of tho late Mr Thos P Rogers Sr and was raised in this county He served for several years as a United States storekeeper in tho revenue service being appointed by Col Thos H Shelby Recently ho had been employed as bookkeeper for tho Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co at tho Blakomore Distillery near FarmdaleHo one brother Mr Now ton Rogers out of a large family Illf brothers and sisters to mourn his death The funeral services wore con ducted j at his homo on Monday afternoon at 2 oclock and tho re mains were aid away in our cem etery RELIEF IS POSSIBLE It is possible to obtain relief from chronic indigestion and by tho use of Kodol for Dyspepsia Some of the most hopeless cases of long standing have yielded to it It enables you to digest tho food corroctiveInfluenceof the digostive organs lime stomach is the boiler wherein the steam is made that keeps up your vitality health and strength Kodol digests what you onto Makes the stomach sweot puts tho boiler in condition to do the work nature demands of it gives you relief from digostivo disorders and puts you in shape to do your best Sold by J W Gaylo DISTILLERIES SHUTTING DOWN Tho Kentucky River Distillery No2 has shut down for tho sea son The Butlalo Spring Distillery of Haynes Trundle No 105 at Stamping Ground made tho last mash for the season on Saturday and has run out N Dr T7 eaTer Syrup and CerMe BBCttthl Ueatawl for blood and ikia dtatte iJM JiJ LETTER FROM UTAH Green River Utah May 5 1906 Editor Roundabout Nearly three months stay here has enabled mo to witness an unusual development of a new town springing up mushroom like in the far West The traveler passing this place would very naturally nskII What is there in all this arid waste to build up any sort of a town But he knows not whereof he speaks The one answer is the unequaled soil adaptation and climatic con ditons favorable to the successful production of the finest fruits that can bo grown in the world except ing only tropical fruits This coupled with tho fact that the cli mate at all seasons is almost a panacea especially for all pulmonary troubles make it doubly at tractive as a place of habitation It would bo hard indeed for the average Easterner to believe or realize that more hard cash can be made in such superb fruit belts on ten acres of land than the best farmer east of the Mississippi river can make off of a quarter section of land 150 acres But this is literally true as has been demon strated tithe and time again It seems incredible and it will per haps be impossible to convince except by personal experience and observationIt mon experienced in scientific fruit growing men of snap judgment and industry though to realize such extraor dinary returns oven with tho weather conditions favorable to annual production of fruits allI Under the irrigating system is never such a thing as a drouth and very rarely such a timing as a failure in fruit crops especially apples In fact no such thing as failuro in that crop Cyclones blizzards and electric storms are unknown in this region and as for earthquakes the only one which over occurred hero was when tho great rent in tho earths crust was formed along tho course of tho Grand Canyon of tho Colorado and let flow with a mighty lushi the waters of a groat inland sea time top surface of which was not less than one mile above the level of time Pacific Ocean On this there can be no manner of doubt Time various stages of water level can be easily seen near the top of mountains which are in the formj surroundingthis tional and unmistakable evidence is found in great abundance on top of foot hills in the shape of round wavewashod pebbles of various kinds colors and sizes all of an antiquity that is enigmatical to the paleontologist Lint this is digressing somewhat I wish to convoy the idea that all this vast region of rich soil is nothing more than a series of deposits of thous ands upon thousands of years forming tho had of that anoient seaThe valley is at an elevation ofI 4080 foot above sea level forms a happy moan between two extremes viz sea level and av Orago height of Rocky Mountains In my first letter in speaking of the marvelous bridge to be erected over Royal Gorge at a height of over 2400 feet I neglected to name the length of time span 500 feet Trolley oars are to cross this bridge running up from Cannon City Now if any of your readers can imagine that the distance from tho crest of Fort Hill to Cemetery Hill was 500 feet and they were down in time center looking straight up for nearly half a mile they might possibly have some conception of the majestic spectacle this new wonderbridge will present to the world when finished But at the same time they must also imagine solid perpendicular walls of gran ite rising to the height of 2000 feet with indescribable toughness char acterizing all its environments I devour the contents of the Round about with a relish peculiar to the homesick man thousands of miles away Some articles have struck me with force as being of the unique order One In particular the author of which seemed to take a whack at all creation and the great preexist ing omnipotence thrown in Hav ing no intorpretor it was an uphill business even with Websters latest unabridged called in as aid to fathom the mystifying depth Neither tho microscopic microbes nor the germ of the tiny mustard seed nor the far off Satolites of Uranus painted with a silvery beauty unapproachable in their transcendent glory nor in fact any scope of the solar system nor the reflected light of the chief luminarys of the literary world of tho old and the now of antiquity of tho middle ages and present had the remotest chance to escape tho sweeping pen of this modern literary book worm of prodigal proportions The mystical even brought into the illscrutableIscope Space even space magnified to a was brought to light This Last Nights Thoughts production is clearly a theme of time composite orderIignOd1Godhis wonders to perform Ho plants His footsteps on tho sea and rides upon tho storm This author could not imagine God planting His footsteps on tho tidal wave and riding into Galveston and drowning time peoulu like so many1 rats nor swooping down tho slopes utherIa cata clysm Those are not the laud of wonders Ho performs the olfeots of tho globe preservingI its equilibriumIwore say my Divinity was a being whoso couture was elsewhere and whoso cirouml feronco was nowhere I would no doubt bo pronounced somewhat of a pantheist If I wore to say r be lieved in time doctrine of roincarna tion of the soul of the doctrine of universal brotherhood and the total abandonment of everything selfish 1 would no doubt at once be pro nounced Theosophist Why not Continued on page 8 j Lai1 ifl Ntrt1 r 1Jp If t 1 COll1ll1OllCOIllOllIDay Is nrawin g a Near The gladdest day of the whole year to the Jdentsest day in the life of the daughter who gradjuates 11arations Every occasionjsires to daughter appear at her bestSheer White Goods Laces Ribbons and y Trimmings can not be had too dainty and beautiful to adorn her who upon this day becomes the recipient 4 of a diploma The dress will not be a disappointment if materials are purchasie-dhereWe this seasonJ provisiionsment Day and can supply you at the very r tdantiostSheer White Goods TrimmingsWhite asols to be seen in FrankfortI l We Quote the Following Specials Sheer White Chiffon 50 to 75c per ydIFrench Lawns 15 to 5Qc per yd Mercerized Batiste Lingerie Finish 25 to 50c per yd French Nainsook 40 to 75c per yd French Organdies 25 to 60c per yd Persian Lawn very sheer quality 12 to 35c per yd India Linens extra values 10 15 20c per yd CI BROIH 41 St Clair St at Bridgef iM h r i W W SPEC Ali ONE WEEK SALE 25 dozen Bed Spreads at 100 10 dozen Bed Spreads at 150 40 pairs Lace Curtains at 120 20 paris Lace Curtains at I 50 dozen Towels at 15c 200 yards Pure Linen at 25c 100 yards Table Linen at 50c 500 yards White Waisting at 221ic- i 50 dozen Corsets atI oOc 25 dozen Childrens Hose at 1015c 25 dozen Handkerchiefs at lOc Ii5 Silk TTnderskirts at 4HS 1 Lot India Linon at 101215c 1 Lot Madra at 10 I2c 1 Lot Lace 5e yd 1 Lot Embroidery at 10 12 15c t If PERSONALi Miss Anne Church of Louisville pent Sunday here Win Cromwell has returned tMrsEstill Springs r Howard Murray went to i on Tuesday t Rev Benj Cox of Middletown t was in the city Monday Mrs D P Davis visited relativesk in Lexington this week Mrs Virignia lott left Monday to visit friends in the East Mr Goo L Willis of Shelby ville was in the city this week Dr John W Jouett of Eminence was in the city this week Mr Louis des Cognetts of Lex ington was hero Tuesday Miss Sarah Mahan has gone to Washington City for a visit Judge Jos E Rohhins of Infield was in the city this week Mr Howard Vmethun of State College visited here this week Col J C Beckhom of Shelby ville was in the city this week Hon Jos L Rhinock of Coving ton was in the city on Tuesday Mrs Hiram Berry visited rela fives at Williamstown this week Dr C A Fish has returned from a two weeks visit to Chicago Ills Judge Chas R McDowell of Danville was in the city on Mon dayMr Nat Stone Jr of Versailles attended county court hero Monday tPostmaster Geo W Hutcheson of Lawrenceburg was here Tues dayJudge M C Sau ley of Stanford attended the Court of Appeals this Fannie Mastin of Woodford county visited relatives here this weekHon Claude B Terrill of Bedford attended the courts heie this week ofSi nesdayMrs 4 J T Spencer left Tuesday for Knoxville Tumi to visit her parentsMr ruR T Duvall of Stamping Ground was in the city on Monday Judge W H Holt of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals on Thursday r Mr J B Iowis of this ofllce f spout Sunday with his family in Versailles t Mr1 L Scott who has been in Chicago 111 returned here on- t WednesdayMr E Honton of Wood lord county attended county court onMondayMr Chinn of State Col lego crime down Thursday to attend the German Hon W T Ellis and Hon Bon bon A Miller of Owonsboro were hero Thursday Miss Alioo Farmer who has been visiting relatives in Louisville lilts roturnod home Miss Sallie Jackson and Mrs Jonnio C Morton left Tuesday for Washington City Dr Louis Mulligan of Lexington attended the funeral of Mrs D rHaly on Tuesday t Mrs R B Franklin visited her sister Mrs J1 B Woodruff in Lox jngton this week Mrs Jennie Cardwell visited her sister Mrs J L Watson in Lox ington this week Secretary H V McChesney and wife and Miss Edna Presnall left l Monday for Now York City and Washington City JUdgeSothe city this week Judge Wallace S Gudgellof Owingsvillo attended the Court of Appeals this week Rev J 0 A Vaught went to Versailles on Monday to attend the big revival meeting Mrs Clarence Wilson and son Robert of Smithfield visited rela tives hero this week Miss Delia Berryman of Lexing ton is the guest of Miss Elsie Leavy Shelby street Mrs J C Fecller of Louisville was the guest of her daughter Mrs V A H Kaltonbrun Mr D P Davis visited his brother Dr Maurice S Davis in Lexington this week Mr H K Ward of the Seth r Carriage Co of Versailles was here county court day Mr Frank Chinn and Mr Albert H McClure left Monday for a busi ness trip to Maysville Mr Geo M Briggs of Hunting JudgeTMr W F Hearn went to Cinoin nati on Tuesday to purchase a stock of buggies carriages etc Miss Lilian Cecil of Danville is the guest of Mrs J Buford Hen drick at The Terraces Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad was the guest of her sister Miss Ruth Robinson this week Mr W H Edwards of Versailles County Superintendent of Roads was in the city on Monday Mrs L T Minish and daughter who have been visiting relatives at Gratz have returned home Dr J A Posey and wife enter tained on Tuesday in honor of Miss Tappan and Miss Campbell Mr Morris B Brock of Memphis Tenn visited his parents Mr Geo- M Brock and wife this weekIHon Augustus E Willson of Louisville was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Miss Louise Van Winkle of Dan ville is the guest of Mr A C Van Winkle and wife Conway street Mr J H Culter and wife who have been spending the winter in Florida are visiting relatives here Mrs Patrick Toyesof Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs B H Crittenden has returned home Rev Dr M B Adams left Wednesday for Atlanta Ga to attend the Southern Baptist Convention Miss Isa B OBoar of Mt Ster ling is the guest of her brother Judge E C ORear Shelby street Miss Marguerite McLean has re turned from a visit to hot aunt Mrs Geo L Willis in Sholbyville Mr Walter Crady left Thursday for Chattanooga Penn to attend the Southern Baptist Convention- Mr Newton Rogers of Midway was called hero Monday by the death of his brother Mr Ben Rog ors Mr D W Clark of the Mountain Advocate Barbourvillo attended the Grand Council 1 O B 11 this cityMiss Rebecca Avorill who has been spending the winter at West Pascagoula Miss has returned homo Mrs Ross A McCallum of Dayton Ohio is visiting her parents Mr J B Dryden Sr told wife in this city- Misses Marguerite and Joy Banks of Louisville wore guests of Miss Mary Belle Taylor at Thistloton this week Miss Nora Whitesidos of Jetfor sonville was the guest of Miss Mary Belle Taylor at Thistloton this week Mr Prico M Taylor of St Louis Mo was the truest of his mother Mrs A M Taylor Short street this week Mr H D Benedict of St Louis Mo was the guest of Miss Carrie Brook at Crescent View Saturday and Sunday IProf J O LaBnch of State Col lege Lexington was the guest of Mr Edmund W Taylor at Thistle ton this week Mrs Duano Brown and Miss On CjlattanoogaTenn tist Convention Mrs Genevieve OH Samuels and daughters Misses Bessie and Genevieve loft Monday for their home in Louisville Mss Margaet A Lewis who ha been the guest of her mother Mr r B Lewis in Versailles returned home Sunday night Mr J Smith Hays of WInches- ter was the guest of Gen N B Hays on Wednesday and attended the Court of Appeals- Representative W D Claybrook of Washington county was the guest of Mr J Swigert Taylor at Thistleton this week Covingtonon his yacht with a party of friends to enjoy a fishing trip Mr John T Buckley of Ocean Beach Cal who has been here packing his household goods left for home on yesterday Mr J B Hendrick and wife NaryHendrickin Louisville this week Mr Will A Lewis of Harriman Tenn joined his wife and son at her fathers Judge J N Crutcher West Side on Wednesday Judge John A Burton of Lebanon and Mr John S Colyer of Somerset were in the city tin Thursday and called upon us Mrs M B Adams and children Marshall and Charles and Miss Nancy Holden left Thursday for Mason county to visit relatives Mrs John Morgan of Lexington and Mrs Lewis Castleman of Missouri wore guests of their brother Judgo W C Herndon on Wednes dayMrs Virginia Bennett and daugh ter Miss Virginia of Eddyville who have hues guests of Mrs L C Norman left for homo Monday morningMr Hazelrigg and twin daughters Misses Adalino and Josephine of Ford Ky are guests of his sister Mrs E C ORear Shelby street Mrs Stewart Starling and daugh tor Marion of Owensboro who have boon guests of Mrs J D Kennedy Kentucky Avenue West Side have returned home Mr J Arnold Batterton lately with the Hupert Grocery Co has accepted a position with the Rob insonNorton Co of Louisville His territory will bo Kentucky Indiana and Tennessee LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ox amino stock C 11 BRIDGEFOBD Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf a genuineLaxativethe remedy that carne n cold in one day OaSTOnraBears Signature of Eton Suits and Wraps At Half their Real Value Every one of tlie items are Bargains DONT MISS THIS SALE CHAS JI WEITZEL n WFFIHllJuJl SPECIALS 1IfSuits 950 1275 1500 1750 All greatly reduced in price These are the goods we must close out at any price Covert Coats and Jaclrets 475 500 Silk Coats just received Vecltweai and Bolts Turnover Collars 5c lOc loc Handmade Stocks 25c and 35c Belts New ideas 25c Soc 50c All new and uptodate ORGANDIES LAWNS BATISTE ti SILK CRYSTAL MULLS 19c All Shades PERSIAN LAWNS 15c 20c 25c48 in wide Lace Curtains and DraperiesLace Cur tains 50c 75c 100 150 Curtain Swisses8 c lOc loc 20c Embroidered Swiss full widths 25c and 35c Exclusive Styles in Embroideries in Single and Match Sets Silks When need Silks see ours You will be as tonished at prices F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade job several times over and is told under a GUARANTEE that moans SOMETHING Jf you lieda new vehicle ol any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying We make a specialty of overhauling and repainting vehicles Write or phone us gild our rep resentative will call to see you We talc vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD C M BllOAVNTXCr President Sec and Treas SECOND REGIMENT BAND GOES TO HARRODS BURG Tm Second Regiment Band of this city wont to Harrodsbnrg on yesterday whore it will furnish the music for the dedication of a new Opera House in that city They will not return until tonight DID YOU KNOW Father Williams Indian Tea gathered in the Rocky Mountains sots directly on tno Mucous Mem brane purifies the blood and cleanses the entire systems of the microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of those troubles we recommend it believing a course of Father Williams Modi cine will produce butter rosiilts than guy other in the market Tea or tablet form cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE limo Governor has appointed Judge M C Saufloy of Stanford special circuit judge of the Magollln ICircuit Court to try tho cases in which tho regular judge could not sit If you preier to take medicine in tablet form you can now obtain Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets Absolutely no change has boon ingrodiontsSold JOHN EDG- EBHICKMASON FRANKFt7RT KY Will build Chimneys Cisterns Rod Milk houscs in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 528 33 Jai i Jd tji Jti Suits and Jackets Panama or Voile Suits 2500 worth 3500 1000ISworth 10 to 12 Linen Suits Eton Pony or jShirt 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 TaffetaI 125 tI Tho above Is a very Rood likeness of Mr Loyal Ford who made such a hit with Frankfort theatregoers while appearing with the DePew Burdetto Co at Capital Theatre last winter He Is now a member of Mr D 7 MoNamaras Elite Dramatic Company which opens the season at Glenwood Parka Theatre next Monday evening May 14 For the Roundabo- utCONFERENCEFOR TEACHERS Tho meaning of conference is ext pressive in its entirety while the greatness of its purpose is not so much in tho account as in the ac Iceptanoe A meting or assembly hold for the purpose of accomplish t ing the most good to the greatest number The Conference for Education in the South which convened in our sister city of Lexington was one of tho most delightful as well as tho most instructive your corre spondent over attended Every day was replete with pleasant hap penings beautiful weather and charging memories It would have been a very fortunate compromise if the representation of teachers from Frankfort and Franklin county could have been in cosntant attendance during the entire ox daysrelite which accrued were exhaustive and pronounced The mooting of 1o two Governors Folk of Mis uri and Bockham of Kentucky was an event in educational his tory The outcome of which pro sages a great revival of learning as well as tho growth of intellectual advantage representative of moral suasion in our States united efforts Those addresses were fine So re plato wore they with practical earnest truths so Y4subdivided as to oratorical beauty graphic in every detail that all f hearts responded to tho outburst of 1onthusiastio interest awakening to the realization that Kentucky must follow in tho wake of progression or be sot asido in tho census of I working estimate I READ THINK About Spring Goods Indeed do for todays news is of savings worth rending nnd thinking nbout for they nre decidedly unusunl to say the least Wise folks will profit by them Many departments extend these savings to you among them are the DRESS GOODSTHE SHIRT WAISTSLINEN SUITSSILKSLACE CURTAINS nnd MATTINGS Dont think the economics arc 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 niles will reveal them abnndcntly on every side WASH GOODS WoolFinished Batiste looks like Dress Goo only 20c WoolFinished Serges for Skirts and Shirt Waist Suits 25c For Commencement DressesPersian Lawns French Lawns Organdies Mulls c a f- tqnze1 I The ideal of tho conference is spiritual more than an organic fraternity Sympathetic accord more than educational bickerings A popular body with no official rela tions either objective or subjective to any other organization Admit ting no authority save intelligent public opinion and exercising no control save that fully accorded by the Intelligent sympathy of such good people as believe in and advocate the inherent right and ur gent need of universal education The paper given on the necessity for an education in matters agricultural was full of information to the comIplaints farm labor Something must be done to make tho condition of farm life more attractive In order to hold capable workers on tho farms consequently the farmers boy must know more than his predecessors in order to successful business efforts This instruction may be acquired in agricultural schools and the nowlyreinstated upto date practical farmer boy may hold his own by reason of right of way When one considers that a system of public education intended to roach all tho children in com munities occupying a largo terri tory is comparatively a new thing While tho beginnings of tho public school system of tho United States are found about tho middle of the seventeenth century tho thorough organization of free schools for the country generally covers a period of scarcely fifty years Tho theory and practice of teach ing must then as a matter of im portance to those who expect to receive benefits therefrom be constructed on the highest principles of understanding and wisdom Itbehooves the teacher of rural com oquippedinversant with evory department of the work knowing that ho 01 she as an educational leader possesses unusual power and holds tho reins of argument for shaping tho des tiny of the place where ho or she may be located Try to save enough money to at capitolone but other cities have these in ducements to a cultured endow ment fund Study the special feat ures of your environment and teach something to your children beside dumb tuxtbooksIa wont to Lexington to do shopping Said tho exorcises at tho Auditorium woro too prosy and too uninterost thingItdid not materialize from either Frankfort or Franklin county Travel and reading would servo to reawaken tho value of lost en thusiasm in these slumbering souls Tho society for tho betterment or rural schools will do great good for those teachers who are in need of Isnt it what you PUT IN or FEED to a refrigerator that you should consider The Automaticas we can prove to youis the one to buy The exclusive fea tures will appeal to you They save the food as as well as the ic- eRROCERS SONS frly its instructive features It calls for good schoolhouses fences con veniences of use for tho children longer school terms local taxation supervisingstandard of brotherhood interest Let us have conference and talk over the needs of improved methods for our own as well as tho chil drens welfare N S COX May 9 1906 ATTENTION Frankfort Ky May 1906 I have secured 25000 shares of stock in what I believe to be a strictly first olas mining proposi tion These shares are to s 250 each par value of 500 This property is in the groat copper district in Coohiso county Arizona There are producing mines on three sides of us that are shipping ore eVer day This is not a prospect this stock is in a proven mine and one that needs some money for operating purposes I shall make a trip to these mines tho latter part of June and will take some of the best business men in this section with me I do this simply to prove to you before you buy a share that we have producing mines and that with a little money they can be made dividend payers in from twelve to fifteen months I shall bo pleased to give you any information you may desire Very respectfully yours RALPH R WILSOSI Old phone 950 862t L N YARD BRAKESMAN BADLY HURTIWhile attempting to make a coup ling bet eon the yard engine and a chair car on the LtC N Pi R on Thursday afternoon in front of the Union Depot Mr James Corbin a yard brakeman was caught between them by a coupling slipping and failing to make the connection r OLD TAYLOR k THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i r Frankfort Kentucky tdW I j i ViU ii4 4A i IB I 0tt w Y bt l1li17 i Carpets Rugs Mattings Lace Curtains Fine AssortrnentIBrighten up Underwear and Hosiery Merode Vests Pants and j Union Suits arc Best 1 HOST Special Values at 15 25 35c J Black Cat Hose are Lest for the price lOc 1525c i Corbin was however thrown to tho pavement after being pinched where it was found that his chest was pressed in and a considerable gash cut on his face The man was taken to tho office of Dr E E Hume whore his in juries which were found not to boas serious as feared were attended to and with assistance ho was able to go to his hoarding place It is wonderful that he was not instantly POl G killedI Mr Ernest Crutcher one of the cleverest and most popular express and baggage men who ever made ai run out of this city was painfully hurt while returning to this city from Paris on Thursday evening It seems that Mr Crutcher leaned out of his car as it mado a siding at Centerville when the cattle chute struck him dashing him down and out bruising the side of his head wrenching his back spraining his loft ankle cutting and bruising his right lug and side It is a miracle that lie was not instantly killed He is such a stout and athletic young fellow that he will pull through although a less vigorous than would have been killedDr Hume was called in and ad ministered to Mr Crutchors in juries which will confine him to his home for some time Ills host of friends were alarmed when the ness first reached them and many expressions of sympathy ware heard Mr Crutohor was formerly an employe of tho Adams Express otlice in this city and about two years ago was made agent as well as baggage master on the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway He is universally popular on account of engaging manners and efficient ser vice Eggs Eggs Eggs Van DresserBlanchard LeghornsThe Round for Hatching 100 for 15 IEgll8 D GLANTON Frankfort Ky t RisersLliiteThe famous little pills are caused by Indigestion If you eat tlittle too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsIIndigestion causes the stomach to expandswelland puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter t feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes diseased KodolnDyspepsia Cure Jdigests what you eat takes the strain olof the heart and contributes th0bodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digestiveof the Stomach meJdnrmyV41atreUefMRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Van N Y t1 had stomach trouble and was a bad state as li DyspepslaCureKAUBLE Nevada Or Digests What You EaU Dollar bottu hold lliUmn al much ai th trial or cnt Ilu Prepared at too Lob oratory ODWitt USA For sale byfy Gayle KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION PriceI Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEa or MONEY BAOK ffieFranfcfartRounflaDQiit Entered nt the postotlice nt Frankfort Ken tuckyassicoiulrlass mailablf matter lEO A LEVIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 12 1906 MASOXICJBAXQUET Eloquent Lecture Beautifully Illustrated On Tuesday night last Hiram Lodge No4 F and A M and a largo number of invited guests assembled in Masonic Temple to lis ten to an address by Rev C R Hudson upon the theme The Hebrew Temple fund Its Relation to Masonry The address was beautifully illustrated with stereopticon views anti was a strong and eloquent prosenta tion of the theme = l iMr Hudson wnsgnt his best and thrilled thejlarge audience with his vivid prosentntion of the subject Owing to hisjrecent visit to the Holy City his remarks were peculiarly fitted to tnojjsubJGuttvhich he handled in a masterly and attractive way Atltho conclusion of the address the audience inj a body marched to the Frankfort Hotel where a substantial lunch was served by Messrs Busam fSchneider the proprietors JWhen the cravings of the inner man been abundantly satisfied Toastmaster G A Lewis called upon the following gentlemen to respond Mr J W Gaines of Law renceburg Dr C M Paynter of r Lawrencoburg Prof J H Fuqua Superintendent of Public Instruc r tion Senator J C Gillenwaters of Glasgow Mr Freeman off Pulaski county Dr John W Jouett of Eminence Mr C G Mutzenburgh of this city Mr Grant L Roberts of this city Dry J W Hill Superintendent of the Institute for FeebleMinded Children Rev Geo Green of Law enrceburg and Rev C R Hudson of this city who responded in short and appreciative talks which evoked lots of fun and applause delightfultIicalculated to draw the Masonic brethren closer together and to ad vance the cause so dear to their heartsThere was a delegation of jolly i good fellows who came over from Lan ron c cb1 rK numbering upwards of twenty headed by such genial gentlemen as Dr C M Pnyntor Geo W Hutoheson J W Gaines T J Ballard G D Lillard W C Woods Geo Hoffman and others and they enjoyed the affair to the fullest extent It was a good idea well designed and successfully carried out and will doubtless accomplish much good r SWITZER MILL BURNED rIitThePeoples Supply Co Mill at Switzer was burned down on Wed r nesday morning The loss was about 16- 00FORf BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults consumption Both have poor blood both need more fat These diseases thrive on leanness Fat is the best means of overcoming them cod liver oil makes the best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heres a natural order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is of so much value in all cases of Iiscrofula and consumption More t weight more nourishment thats why a Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York t50ctodJI00 s AUdruggbta Eyes Did Not Close For a WeeK Heart Trouble Bata fled Doctors Dr MilesHelrt Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are enied if you rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If our heart is weak or an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon so affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves so that sleep come and it quickly stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great heart tonic which re ulates the ac tion of the heart enriches the blood and proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times heart would seemingly stop heating and at others it would beat and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles ervine and Heart Cure at a drug store in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medicines and doctors in Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg and in three days have derived more benefit from the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors and their medicines I think everybody ought to know of the marvelous con in your remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek All 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 DAYS FOR RECEIVING WOOL Mr H G Davis requests us to say that ho will receive wool of those from whom he has it engaged and any others at Frankfort on Thursday May 17 and Friday May IS at Bridgeport Bear this in mind Oftentimes in the uddon illnesses of children if a reliable remedy is available fatal consequences can be avoided For these emergencies parents are urged to have at hand ready for immediate use Dr Snoops Diptheria Cure Dr Shoops Croup Cure Dr Shoops Worm Cure and Dr Shoops Pain Panacea Chil drens ailments demand promptness above all else There is nothing harsh or that can possibly harm in any of these excellent household medicine Sold by all dealers LEAVE OF ABSENCE The congregation of the Chris tian Church of this city have voted to grant Rev C R Hudson their pastor leave of absence for the two months of July and August when he will go on an extensive trip to Europe Mr Hudson will accumulate a number of photographic vies while away which he will use in illustrating sermons and lec tures upon his return Dr Shoops Rheumatic Cure brings relief and cure makes an end of pain and swellingan end of sufferingan 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 by all dealers LOCATIONS SELECTED IThe State Board of Normal School met in Louisville on Monday and selected Rich mond in the eastern district and Bowling Green in the western dis trict as the sites for the two State Normal Schools under the recent act of tho Legislature- So soon as the Attorney General concludes the examination of the titles steps will be taken to organ ize the schools LID ON TIGHT IN LEXINGTON Under an ordinancerof the Lex- Ington City Council Mayor Thos seeIup at 12 oclock each night and re mained tightly shut all day Sunday This was done and for the first time in ho history of that city there was a dry Sunday One saloon keeper who was run ning without having paid his license and who undertook to keep open on Sunday notwithstanding the mayors order was closed up and will be refused license in his name or in the name of any per son in that building There was not a single person shot in Lexington that day Verily the world is moving on GRAND COUNCIL 1 O R M The Grand Council of Kentucky Independent Order of Red Men mot in the Hall of the House of Representatives at 10 oclock on Tuesday morning Addresses of welcome were de livered by Gov 7 C W Beckham Mayor B E Hume Col Geo B Harper and Col T Hitor Crockett which wore able appropriate and eloquentResponses were made by Grand Sachem B B Bobout Senior Sag amore D H Russell Mr Robt L Page Mr H H Donhardt and Grand Chief of Records of the U S Wilson L Brooks Routine business was attended to during the afternoon and in tho evening a banquet was served in the rooms of the Young Mens Democratic Club in Odd Fellows Temple at which the following program was carried out after the delightful lunch had been disposed- of TOASTS The Great Council of the United States Representatives of the Great Incohonee The Great Council of Kentucky Past Great Sachem H I MoFar lanThe Wampum Belt Chief W S RecordsChief H W Ray The Duties of the Chiefs Towards the Oflicers Senior Sagamore D H Russell The Duties of the Officers Towards the ChiefsGreat Junior Sagamore R L Png- eFraternitjPast Great Sachem G A Ellerkamp The Duties of Our Order to the Widows and Orphans of Our De parted BrothersH H Denhardt The Business of the Order F L Smith Pocahontas Geo Washington GriHith The Good of Our Great Order Hon T Hirer Crockett God Bo With You Till Wo Meet AgainOn Wednesday morning other routine business was continued and disposed of In the afternoon the following officers were elected for the ensu ing term Great Sachem D H Russell LouisvilleUreat Sagamore R L Page Louisville Great Junior Sagamore Jos Kemper Mt Sterling Great Prophet L L Bebout Paducah Great Keeper of WampumH V Cohn Louisville Great Chief of RecordsH W Ray Maysville The following appointments were madeGreat Sanap A Engelhard Jr Great Mischenowa H Rob ertsGreat Guard of Wigwam V J Beader Groat Guard of Forest M L Levine Great Board of Appeals T H Widows and Orphans Fund Christy Royalty Lexington was selected as the place of holding the next annual Great Council FOR TRAVELERS And those who find it not convenient to use Father Williams Indian Tea will receive the same excellent results from using Father Wil liams Indian Herb Tablets They pureHerbsnot a racking cathartic For Consitpation Sick Headache Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom ach Billiousnoss and Malaria they will he found invaluable They are Regulatormowndoses 35 cents For sale by Frank fort Drug Co 8 SPECIAL RATES VIA F S C RY Greenville S C 1590 round trip May 14 16 and 10 Only 2190 round trip to Au Sable Beaverton Branch Broth ern Man is too and other points in Michigan May 20 and 22 For full particulars apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent Those who have taken other lax atives without satisfaction and those who have taken such quan tities of other laxatives that they have lost their effect will find a pleasant surprise in LAXETS lhero is usually no pain griping nausea 01 discomfort oven in severe eases This candy bowel laxative LAXETS is only 6c and is sold by all dealers J j Yleasant toJ ale i1J i tl Tree Laxativeie t Syrim 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 i astSickBloated Feeling etc y Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than ii any other you have tried y ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE lf 1 Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrowsy Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins fr Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc 4 Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality jl The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandlIadeCSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky THE RIGHT RING Wo are very glad to see the steps being taken by the Business Moos Club of Lawrenceburg looking to the building of an interurban line f railway to that thriving little cityAn enthusiastic meeting was hold there on Saturday which was ad dressed by Col Jas A Scott Mr W H Posey Mr Geo G Spoor and others There is no doubt but that this road would be a paying Investment from the start- FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings Now Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle tho trouble and the purifying work goes right on Best cure for con stipation hoadaoho and dizziness 25e at all druggists 1 f Jt Ji lIr Cntlys Condil Ton Powders are jaat what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier unA vermifuge They aro not food bl y medicine and time best in use to pncu horee in prime condition Price cents per package t I LeCompte For sate by Gayl- eillinois J W Gayle and CentraliSeventh F River Louisville1k No 13 Memphis N O Ltd No10jILeaves 040 in Arrives 745 a m Now Orleans Special No pmNoLeaves a m Arrlviw 455 m For Fulton Paducah and Intermediate ElizabethtownSunday service to Ellzabothto and Hodgen vine Stops lit all stations 183Leaves m toHodKonvilleSundays Stop at all A Trains stationsI Jrilt VAtkJl MA f M Si I Anti f l1HAM WATCHES1- ARE CARRIEDALL OVER tHEQRUD Cases plain simple and ornate 1 Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS r As Mr W M Aldridge and wife were returning to their home on Tint Crook Monday afternoon the horse attached to their buggy took fright when descending a steep hill arid lashed to one side of the road L throwing the occupants out dis- locatingr Mr Aldridges right elbow phoned for a surgeon who reduced the dislocation of Mr Aldridgesr y arm and dressed tho other injuries of both parties In the meantime the horse had turned the buggy over wrenched itself loose and dashed away It was finally captured The buggy was a wreck On Tuesday morning a team oft mules attached to a load of lumber belonging to Kenney Bros was near tho L N yards on the West t Side when the 050 train passed Being a green team the driver undertook to hold them by the bridle bits but the frightened ani mals dashed off notwithstanding ley pike finally running astride a I telegraph pole when the tongue of 1i the wagon was broken the pole y snapped short oil and the team de If Cached The animals were for tunately unhurt and tho wagon with the exception of tho tongue in good condition The wires on the telegraph pole fell on the railroad so that assist ance had to be called by officer H k D Harrod at once that the track could be cleared for tho passage of Still another accident occurred but this time in another direction As Mr Fred B Smith wife and were returning from the kCrutcher of her parents Mr N M and wife on Tuesday afternoon just after passing Duck ors Station their horse became J frightened at a pile of dressed lumber covered with a tarpaulin on the side of the pike and ran oil a i small embankment overturning the buggy and throwing the occu pants out Mr Smith was bruised and Minutes Time Enough I To Cure the Worst Headache From Any CauseNew Reduction Method Most headaches and pains yield instantly to I the new Reduction MethodDr Shoops Twenty Minute Headache Cure The cause for these pains Is congestion a rushing of blood to the nerve centerswhich distends tho veins to nearly tho bursting Swollen and enlarged these veins and caplilsrles exert an Irritating pressure on the nerve branches and fibres Then theres pain and finally that excruciating cease less ache This new Reduction Method 0 Bk disperses tho blood distributes the overflow and t recta it to the vroA per channels It t trees tho nerve centers from pressure and Irritationthe pains and aches dlsap pear because their cause has been roo moved You znaytryathou f sand rem- odlesyou may v drug and stu plfy the nerves f into submission but tho remedy f which brings prompt roller and permanent cure will bo successful tjpHV because It reduces tho congestion it must embody the Reduction Method V Medicine has thus sound a way simple and sure yet tho only way to thoroughly overcome these attacks of headache and Ncuralirta The effect of Dr Shoops Twenty Minute Headache Cure is prompt per fectly suited to all forms of Headache and abso lutely positive in every temperament For esis and recommended ALL DEALERS J id v Ii1tlt 1jU k 1ti A GOOD If i to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to 1 be accurate timekeepers 1 H I W A SELBERT IlcerI thoI theI lTwenty KEEPII4GIs CUATCH slightly out on tho face and head The little girl was only shaken up but Mrs Smith was thrown on her left shoulder and elbow It was at first feared that the arm was broken as she was unable to use it Dr C K Wallace was called by phone and examined the arm He found that the muscles and sinews were badly wrenched and strained and whilo very painful that Mrs Smith would soon regain tho use of the member Mr Walter Brewer had a blind buggy horse which ho had placed on pasture at Point Breeze On Tuesday the animal became engaged in a fight with another horse and during its course the blind horse ran too near to the dill and fell over to tho pike below some 200 feet breaking almost every bone in its body The sheer cliff wall is about nO feet Still another runaway occurred on Wednesday at noon The delivery wagon of Mr W J Wilson the Moro street groooryman was standing in front of the wholesale store of the Rupert Grocery Co next door to our office with a youth sit ting in tine wagon A passing wagon frightened the horse and she dashed down Main street The lines came unbuckled and the youth lost control of the animal and jumped out When ID front of the residence of Mr S D Johnson the wagon was upset and smashed and tho frightened horse liberated not however until it had been skinned upon tho hind legs On tho way down street the wagon collided with one or two buggies but they were not much damaged The lad who jumped out was not hurt but shaken up considerably and soared out of a years growth HAD A CLOSE CALL operntioninvolving nant ulcor as large as my hand from my daughters hip was pre vented by the application of Buok lens Arnica ve says A C Stickol of Miletus W VaPersistent use of the Salvo completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25o at all druggists- COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES We have received the following invitation to attend the closing exercises of the Midway Orphan School Tho Senior Class of the Kentucky Female Orphan School requests your presence at the Commencement Exercises Wednesday morning May twenty third at half past ten oclock- in tho chapel CLASS ROLL Willetta Campbell Sara Fenley Clarke Etholbort Dunn Ramsey M Fidler Jennie Logan Howard Phyllis Johnston Clara Gray Kinney Bertha Leo Mitchell Minnie Watts Pullins e REVERSED JUDGMENT On Wednesday last tho Court of Appeals reversed tho judgment of tho Franklin Circuit Court award ing 2000 damages against tho C O Railway Co to tho representa tivos of Miss Virgin Barbou- rIt will be remembered that Miss Barbour was killed whilo attempt ing to cross Ganey Bridge in front of a C O train The court holds that sho was a trespasser and could not claim damages 1 fIM STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL OF U D C Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D CM will give a Strawberry Festival in tho Bazaar Store on the evening of Tuesday May 29th for the benefit of tine disabled veterans of the Lost Cause Save your dimes and be sure to attend e HOUSEHOLD CARES Tax the Women of Frankfort the Same as Elsewhere Hard to attend to household a constantly aching back A woman should not have a bad backAnd she wouldnt if the kidneys wore well- Dorms Kidney Pills make well kidneys Hero Is a Frankfort woman who endorses this claim Mrs Kate Newkirk of 113 Logan street says It was sometimes very hard for me to perform my weaknessIsensation of scalding which accom panied the secretion caused other symptoms which were very annoy ing and distressing I doctored a groat deal besides employing other remedies said to be good for kidney trouble but I received only slight relief if any Reading notices about Doans Kidney Pills which newspnpersImpressed concluding to try them I purchased a box at J W Gay les drug store Their effect certainly surprised me and I followed up the treatment with a second box Doans Kidney Pills did more for me than I could have expected I certainly recom mend them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat SALES OF REAL ESTATE Messrs L B Marshall Co have sold for Mr Thos Rodman Jr his house and lot on Capital Avenue to Mrs Mary B R Day for 2500 Mr W H Posoy has sold for the Capital Trust Co a house and lot on Hill street for the Wells heirs to Wm Loohlo for 415 The house had been damaged by a fire Eat a Laxet at bedtime And feel bright tine next day Laxots only 5o a boxare sweet tooth perfeotionForsour stomach bad breath coated tongue dizziness biliousness sal low complexion etc Sold by all dealers CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much hotter at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular uso of Gorman Syrup morningIsso is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening and debilitating night sweat coughI less nights and tho to coughing the greatest and droad of tho consumptive can takingGermunlarly Should you bo ablo to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there tho few who are benefited and regain strength are those that uso Gorman Syrup Trial bottlo 25e regular size Too At all drug gists yr IlIth 1IF1 J wE want to argue the CASE with you and help you make this threshing season a success 1 To be successful one must have an equipment that is both labor saving and money making You will find both of these features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a call Capital Founarg maohine Compang Apr 7Ins 1 50 YEARS- IXPERIENCI I TRADE MARKSI Anyone sending a sketch and des quickly our opinion free whether an Invention Is tionsstrictlyconUdenttaL on Patents patentPatontatpeetal notice without charge In too iJlinerkaueA handsomely Illustrated weekly Iarcteat cir culation of an scientific journal Terms 3 a newedealersMUNNBranch F 8L Washington Frankfort OoiQ1i BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY IAIIPI 200 621 Lv D Frankfurt Ar 7206 623 Summit 311 Elkhorn Switzer 2OJ Stamping Ground 236 6I Duvall 241 Johnson Georgetown C S Depot 2 59 7 Newtown 8 6 07 a r 21I CenterviUe Elizabeth 8 5 7nI 882645UrlConnects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q C KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCItfNA T VIA P MIA uIAMMI Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georgetown Arj lc Ar Cincinnati 00I BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIMS AM P M PM Lv Frankfort Ar 715 Lv Georgetown Ar 551Ieo 25P 60A A Paris LI 830AI542P 39Aj2411PB Quo B HARPER Pros andGenl tiupt c WIUY IGA Traas Plants Vinas 1 For the Spring of 1906 the BLUt 4LexingtonOffer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries JparaStrawberry and General Catalogue on ap fMlO3mr No OneIFor Fun i No one sells them for mont Its a serious tt1uuseIbusiness on both sides store should have two One to furnish drugs that can be relied on the other to fur t nish them for what they are J worthDrug stores exist for the pub ifenCllllanagelnellt1e i the progress of the nge to meet every requirement of the community 4 to conduct t store that shall stand for all that a drug store should a thoseJwhohigh grade drugs and 1 uniformly fair and courteous treatment I WI GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfurt Ky ATTENTION FARMERS 4 H WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded i Fences r 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 q for Catalogue Sold only by Buggy Rugs I of All Kinds MARRIED BRAWNERONAN = In this city on Tuesday Mr Stephen B Brawnerand Miss Josephine ONan were married by Rev L D StuckerEDDINGSDEAKINS In thisI city on Tuesday Mr Otis Eddings and Miss Louise Denkins were r marriedMr is one of the local fr1etteronrriels and is a clover young man His bride is one of our nicest young girls eiIRTHOS BROWER Leading Heavy Man and Stage Manager of the Elite Dramatic Co which opens tho season at Glen wood Park next Monday May 14tb Wouldnt you Spend five cents to test the nicest sweetest Laxative Tablet ever mode Unless you try it ou can never know how much real laxative value is contained in this box of Laxets As toothsome as candy safe for child or adults Having the formula on the box vyou know just what you are taking Laxets are for constipation had breath bad taste muddy complexion headache coated tongue biliousness etc only 5 cents Sold by all dealers N INTERURBAN TO SHEBLY VILLE AND LOUISVILLE Under the new articles of incor poration filed by the Louisville and Eastern Interurban Railway tho capital stock has been increased to 2000000 and tho company is at work extending its lines from Beards to Shelbyvillo and thence to this city The line is owned by Indianapolis parties who are very enthusiastic over their purchase They expect to connect us with Louisville by this time next year WANTED District Managers to post signs advertise and distribute r samples Salary 18 weekly 3 per day for expenses State age and present employment IDEAL- SHEAR CO 89 St 1 Chicago 204m THE FRANKFORT MILLINERY CO tEoIsoffering the BEST GRADE OF MILLINERY at tho MOST REASONABLE PRICES A call will f convince Best assortment of exclusive novelties to be found anywhere Dressmaking department same floor St Clair St Ringgold Building 841m t trf rl P C SOWER CO BIRTHS VAN DERVEERIn this city on Tuesday to Mr J M Van Der veer and wifon daughte- rBANTAAt Camp Stotsenborg P 1 to Lieutenant and Assistant Surgeon Wm P Banta and wife a sonWILSONNear Farmdale on Sunday to Mr Carl Wilson and wife nee Blythe a daughter Sarah Elizabeth after the two grandmothers weight 8 pounds Grandpa Blythe is feeling pretty proud and comfortable =MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the homo of S C Blair second superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was re stored from the dreadful complaint ho names Ho says My little daughter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last 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 60- cOPENING OF GLENWOOD PARK MONDAY MAY 14TH Manager D J McNamara will open up Glenwood Park next Mon day May 14 when his Elite Stock Company will present for the first time in this city that beautiful Southern drama A Senator From Kentucky Uptodate specialties will be introduced between each act thus doing away with the tire some waits The price of admission to the Park will be 10 and 20 cents and reserved seats may now be secured at Barretts The Park and theatre have been greatly im proved since last season and an extra set of new scenery has been painted for use in the theatre This promises to be one of most delight ful recreation points in Central Kentucky this year and those who contemplate giving picnics or dances should see Mr MoNamara the now manager Give him your patronage and ho will give you tho best that money can procure Not a thing harmful in One Min ute Cough Cure but it relieves a cough quickly cuts the phlegm Healing and soothing Sold by J W Gayle Dr Wearers Treatment Sjrnp purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption ADDED TO EQUIPMENT The Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co have added three new cars to their equipment this week In addition they have a force of hands going carefully over the lines adjusting connections and repair ing the track generally Every thing looks bright now for the ex tension to Versailles Ca S T 0nXaBean the Signature of A IThe t + i4ori J bJdJlM DEATHS HALY In this city on Sunday Mrs Jane Haly relief of the late Mr Dennis L Hnly aged 65 years Mrs Haly was a modest quiet and industrious woman devoted to her family and friends She was a consistent member of the Catholic Church With her la mented husband she had raised largo and intelligent family Of these six survive her Mrs H B ODonnell Mrs Jos Noonan MrsI T G Newman Mrs Jas Noonan Miss Ella Haly and Gen Percy Haly The funeral services were con ducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday afternoon by Rev Father Thos S Major Iafter which the remains wore laid in the Catholic portion of our cemetery by the side of her husband A YEAR OF BLOOD The year 1003 will long be remembered In the home of F N Taoket of Alliance Ky as 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 New Discovery for Con sumption with the astonishing re sult that after taking four bottles I was completely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at all druggists Price oOo and 100 Trial bottle free GOVERNORS INVITATION Governor Beckham has issued tile following timely and patriotic invitation to Kentuckys wander ing children to come back to tho old home HomeComing Week in JuneCommonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department Frankfort HomeComing Proclamation To all absent sons and daughters of Kentucky unto whom these pres ents shall come greeting As tho fond parent yearnc for the return of an absent child so does rejoiceinback even for a visit to the Old Kentucky Home Wherever you have wandered into whatever lands or climes you may nave gone to take up your abode you are now by parental authority summoned back to the proud old State that gave birth to you or to your fore fathers The old dinner horn that in days of yore told you of the ap proaching meal has been taken down from the wall and there issues from its sonorous and hospitable mouth a trumpet call reaching the remotest corners of tho earth and breathing into the ear of every homesick Kentuckian the musical and irresistible appeal that he drop all else and forthwith begin his pilgrimage back to his native heath A joyous welcome awaits you feasts and festivals have been prepared to gladden your hearts burgoo barbecues will awaken old and delightful memories in ou music and song in sweetest strains will cheer and comfort you oratory and speech in eloquent terms will recount to you the love which your old State hears for you and the interest and pride she has taken in your success in lands As the genial sun of spring warms into life the beauties of nature so will the kindly glances and friendly grasp of your old friends in Kentucky inspire in you if pdssible a greater and a tenderer for the State you once left Peace and plenty shall be yours and hardened Hardware Merchants Both Phones307309 Main St l JUST RECEIVED I 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 EarthI Hammond 0I125HCincinnati Return SUNDAY MAY 13 Via F C AND QUEEN CRESCENT I ROUTE iSpecial train leaves Frankfort 7a m stopping at intermediate points and connecting at Georgetown with Queen Crescent Route Tickets good only on date of sale and returning same date Chester Park Now Open Base Ball REDS V NEW YORK Ask Ticket Agents for particulars indeed must be the heart that resists such nn invitation and pa rental appeal Gods Country In Juno will put on her loveliest garb for you nature will wear as she can wear only in Kentucky her brightest wreath of flowers and smiles the feathered songsters will gaily join in the musical celebra tion green pastures shady wood lands rolling hillsides and picturesque streams will in glorious and gorgeous style bespeak the welcome which thrills every heart WI have this great event for your coming in Louisville from June 18th to 17th thence you may radiate into all parts of the State where equally hospitable welcomes will be given you Now therefore as Governor the Commonweath of Kentucky ofI J C W Bock ham do by presents and by the authority of the parent which Kentucky claims over all her children oven unto the third and fourth generation com mand each and every former Ken tuckian whether separated from us by imaginary State line or broad seas to comeback home if he beat the plough the forgo the count ing room the business cube or in whatever employment let him for the time cease his work and return home Men women and children who possess tho priceles heritage of having a drop of blood in their veins must obey these commands and fail not to be with us during this gala period It is not necessary to issue any commands to the people here as to the treatment of guests for the former are IIfIIIl tt l anxious beyond measure to show them that the Old Kentucky Home is just as good now as it over was Done at Frankfort this 9th day or May nineteen hundred and six and in the one hundred and fourIteenth year of the Commonwealth- J C W BECKHAM By the Governor H V wSecretaryBy W F ORA YOIAssistant Secretary of State LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tisod letters for the week ending May 12 1900 Col A IlJoIing Mrs Hugh Miss Nora Gaines E CfGross Williams Hioatt John 2 Jarlin E F Jones Miss M F Kork Mary Manly Jack Marotta Eataldo Moss Robert Munmet Miss Ella Oilutt Dr J N Owens Martha Somonos Mrs Malinda Vairln Clarence Persons calling for the above let ters will please say Iadvertised I GEO L BARNES P M yrpPlleotaelneodiCenteihwgtcttDe v J ft Ikti17 r Flyer Prices on Friday and Saturday Saturdays Remnants onehalf price White Goods and Muslins Flyer Prices mean that on Flyer Days we give 10 per cent off for Cash on Flyer Goods i JOHNSON 001RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Eev A B Chinn rue tor May IB 930 a m Sundayschool Kt Rev Lewis W Burton D D Bishop of the Diocese of Lexing ton will preach at 11 a in At 730 p in the Bishop will preach mud administer Confirma don to a class of fourteen persons Wednesday afternoon prayer at 4 p m Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D pastor being away at the Southern Baptist tion there will be no preaching at oithor hour- Sundayschool at 945 in the Chapel Baraoa class at 945 a m Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p m in tho chapel Leader John W Johnson Jr Subject A Surrendered Lifo Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 8 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats ofroe CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev c R Hudson pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in Endeavor Society meets At 646 in the chape- lPrayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tues day afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Father Thomas S Major Low Mass at 780 a m roctorIHigh Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev HEDoskerDD of the Theological Seminary Louisville will occupy the pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock and At 730 p Sundayschool at 930 a m ChrisPrayermeeting Wednesday even lug at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J 0 A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a im- Epwortli League at 045 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday J evening at 780 p m Solo by Mr John G Rogers at the morning service Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe puns tor will preach at 11 a m mud 730 oclock Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p m I Ira ormootng Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invItod to attend ST JOHNS IN THE WILDE- RNESSRt Rev L W Burton Bishop of Lexington and Rev A B Chinn will hold service at 880 p m o BLACKBERRY WINTER The unusually cold weather of this wool has considerably dam aged gardens and small fruit though not to as great an oxtont as it was feared There havo boon heavy frosts and ice was formed at a number of points in this county Beans potato tomato laud other tender garden truck havo boon badly burned Wo hope the worst is past jjjj CAMPAIGN INAUGURATED Y M C A FOR NEW MEM BERS FOUR TEAMS ORGANIZED A representative body of Y M C A workers organized them selves into four squnds Thursday night for a vigorous membership campaign The membership fees hi thug association wore reduced to 5 for seniors and 3 for juniors for one year The squads were organ ized as follows Mr T M Phythian is captain of the High Rollers with C Coy Wells as first lieutenant and assist ants R Choato Williams C S Reading Steve Gibbs W C Marshall W Grilli n Oscar Wolfe L Herndon Frank Kavanaugh and Edward Roberts 1 Walter Jotters is captain of the Boosters and his assistants are Dr Feamstor J H Gooch Albert Kaltonbrun O L Bozeman R Crutcher L Shea W Sutterlin C G Franklin L Eales and L Morris Watlor Crady is captain of Cradys Crowers J J Oorther H M Parrent George T Phythian Keith Buckley J J Kornan J s Thomas George Feamster W D Purr Hugh Harrod and John No land are on the team Mr A M Estes is captain of the Colonels His followers are E P Thompson W Sower Albert Pomoring W B Triplett W C LesterIlIarShnll The campaign began yesterday and ends Mpy 25 at 8 oclock One hundred new members isthe slogan of the campaign Habitforming Medicines Whatever bo tho fact as to many of tho socalled medicines con taining Injurious Ingredients as broadly published in some journals of moro or loss this publicity has certainly been of groat benefit in needed attention to this subject It has in a considerable measure In tho most Intelligent people avoiding such foods and medicines as may bo sus pected dients one nlalneaiofthe RecognizingIngre fact some time ago Dr Pierce of Buffalo N Y took time tho forelock as It were and published broadcast all tho ingredients of his popular medi cines are composed Thus he has com harping critics and all opposition that might otherwise be urguu his medicines because they aro now OF KNOWN COMPOSITION Fur thermore from tho formula printed on every bottle wrapper It will be seen that these medicines contain no alcohol or other habitforming drugs Neither do thoy contain any narcotics or Injurious their ingredients being purely vegetable extracted from tho roots of medicinal found growing in tho of our American forests and of well recognized curative virtues Instead of alcohol which even In small portions continued as tit obstinate cases of diseases heroines highly objec tionable from its tendency to produce a craving for stimulants Dr Pierce em ploys chemically pure triple rclhuul glycerine which of itself Is a valuable remedy In many cases of chronic diseases bh a superior demulcent antiseptic untlferinont and supporting nutritive It enhances tho curative action of tho Gulden Seal root Stone root Black and Bloodroot contained In Golden Medical Discovery In all bron chial throat lung affections attended with severe coughs As will bo seen tho writings of the eminent Drs Grover Coe of Now York Bartholow of JolTer son Medical College Phllu Scudder of Cincinnati Elllngwood of Chicago JIalo of Chicago and others who stand as loaders in their schools of practice tho foregoing agents are tit best ingredients that Dr Plerco could have chosen to make up his fa mous Discovery for the euro of not only bronchial throat and lung affec tions but also of chronic catarrh in all its various forms wherever located 1t Below we quote a few of our regular Recordbreaking prices CompIand see for yourself 4 Ic for one Paper Hair Pins Ic for Curd Hooks and Eyes 2c for one Roll Tape 2c for a Paper Pins 40 for bolt Feather Stitched Braid 4c for one dozen Safety Pins lie for Good Hair Brushes- 4c for Box of Hair Pins 5c a card for Pearl Buttons 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton MR JAY QUIGLEY Mr Quigloy is a member of the Elite Stook Company which opens the season at Glenwood Park next Monday May 14th and has been connected with some of the very best people in the theatrical profession and it is seldom that such an artist is seen in repertoire His work Monday night will speak for itself A LAZY LIVER A torpid inactive liver can pro duce more bodily ills than almost anything else clean the system out oceaslonahly Stir the liver up and gut into shape generally The best results are derived from the use of D Witts Little Early Risers Reliable effective pleasant pills with a reputation Never gripe Sold by J W GayleII have a fine lot of Locust Fence Posts for sale Inquire of JAMES GOTNS R F D No8 Frankfort Ky 861 m Dr Weavers Treatment syrup foe the blood Cerate for skin empUous DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron flu thi Magnificent Steamers of the Line Leaving foot o Madison Street Dailyat after arrival oCmorning trams Returning arrive Week r Sundays Fare to Detroit unlimite Jroun J trip SIII Bicurilotu to Detroit and return Week Day Si 75C Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only aoo meals and berth extra Sptcial Rates to SocittttJ Close connections at Detroit with steamers for IlulTalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 01 TrHgr eOlOENDJPJL t 5c for six nice Hat Pins 15c for best Talcum Powder 5c for Wash lOc for Dress Shields lOc for Taffeta Ribbons 40c for Corsets worth f1 to 125 8oc for new Silks i 5o for best Calico 8c for Laces and Embroideries 5c for Apron GinghnmI 1 i S D p J A BAD BURN For a painful burn there is nothing like DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imita Salveigenuine Ask for DoWitts Good too for sunburn outs bruises and especially recommended for piles The name E C DeWItt Co Chi cago is on every box Sold by J W Gayl- eNatures Great Invention awaTtlWAn aldo Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar still JAugust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and assisting natures of digestion separation and ab sorptionfor building and rebuilding by AM irregular or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and per fect natural processes result in intestinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing appendicitisstoppage of the duct foods nervous headache constipation and other complaints such ai colic jaundice etc t qugust Flower is natures intendedreg ulator Two sizes 350 75c All druggists IFor sale by J W Gnyle ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATICELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AW SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest For and Rates HC KINQCP lc T 111 E Main St Lexington Ky W OARRETT General Manner W C RINEA P A Cincinnati O 4 Wf 1 BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY j Lexington Ky Dec 1 1005 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 11 p in except S and 10 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to J 2 p in except 0 and 11 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 0 a in to 11 p in except S and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 p m except S and 10 p in Car 14 carrying freight express t and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10n in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 in luyes 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 pans office 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone j1274 R T GUNN Manager tf ASK FOR JEM- vWhen you want the Best Flour It is Best in Color Best in Flavor Best in Nutrition And it wont fail you in a pinch Sold Only by Grocers Wo also handle meal anti feed All orders promptly filled THE J E 11 MILLING Co Frankfort Ky i New Fast TrainT- OColorado1 UTAHAND HE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May The now trains will leave 000 a m dully The evening trains to same points 1010 m daily Double dully tltJrvlc- eThrough sleeping car service for SanFran see Excursion tickets now on solo For further information call on or address UTQ MATTHEWS Tray Pass Alt Louisvlllo Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pins Ticket Agt St Louis Mo i4 i 0 rfi LETTER FROM UTAH Continued from first page What harm to mankind oould come of it Might I not ask if the same God that was allpowerful enough to create mo to live once why not the same power to recreate the body nnd cause mo to live over and ovei again in a now body which is abidin habitaItillnkind Yes live over and over again throughout all eternity Is there anything unreasonable or blasphemous about that Can there bo any such thing as annihilation of spirit or matter No If I worn to ask if God created or made Eve out of a rib of the first man may I not with equal complacency ask did He on the same lines or methods of creation make a tigeross from a rib of a tiger or any other female of any form of creation in like manner Would that be unreasonable or blasphemous Lot the witch of II Last Nights Thoughts arise and explain By the way that pro duction has set me to thinking from a mathematical standpoint If that was Last Nights Thoughts what in the name of common sense by the common rule of three would last months or last years thoughts be I have tried the problem mentally and arithmetically and Utterly failed a solution If an electric current traveling at a velocity sufficient to reach the sun from the earth a distance of ninety three millions of miles in eight minutes which is true how far off in miles is the farthest known fixed star which would require the same current traveling at the same velocity the thousand years to reach it And yet there are other stars still on and on in the same direction infinite Gee whiz and that existIencefirst woman independent of the first mans ribs If He made a lioness independent of Mr Lions ribs why the necessity of making a woman from a mans rib Let the witch of Last Nights Thoughts arise and explain I have always believed that a human soul was as much a part of that Being whoso center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere as a tiny grain of sand is a part of this great globe On this theory we are a unitIf that author can bring to surface a division of a fiftythousandth part of an inch now expose some thing in a maximum degreo and tell us in a plain row of figures how far that fixed star is from us Well may she emblazon on her eSt cutcheon Drink deep or taste not of the Pyerian spring For i thingII see that Noel Gaines has under taken a big contract extra big Ho has buckled on his moral armor and embarked in the crusade busi ness In the first place he has ventured to down all the distilleries and saloons while some of his neighbors have undertaken other contracts to drink all time vile stuff upIt would stagger a California earthquake to run up against either of those jobs He is going to suppress gambling All the grand juries since my early boyhood days have failed tc do this Two California earth quakes would glance off in an at tempt at that job The preachers have even given it up long ago He is going to suppress what he terms in a fashionable way graft I call a spade a spade a thief ti thiefAnd ho is going to exterminate he dont say whether by shooting or hanging the corrupt political bosses because ho says they have destroyed something I say the ballotbox never had viz purity and sanctity He believes that the only way to have a fearless and honest administration of govern mont is to go after the lawless element that wields such vicious influence I dont see why he dont go the whole hog or none for there is another element down in the unsacred precincts of Fort Hills southwestern foot that needs purifying and ought to claim his individual attention He seems to overlook the social status of that farfamed section He dont need a telescope to see it If he takes a whack at the gamblers why not counterpartsI of that courthouse Why not at the traducers and the seducers This onslaught of Noels is only a repe tition of the old old story of the gnat alighting on the bulls horn It reminds me of an amusing epi sode occurring not long ago Two prominent politicians were travel- Ing together seated in a car While passing a farm house at great speed they both noticed a small dog chas ing the train with all his might One said to the other II Do you know what I am thinking No what was the reply I was just wonder ing what on earth that little dog was going to do with this train when he caught it Mr Gaines has undertaken a job that his immacu late highness the infallible Pope of Rome wouldnt dare to tackle If he wants to restore to the ballot box something it never had He had bettor turn time job over to Pluto and the Salvation Army- D MEADE WOOD SON Whenever your bowels skip a day without a movement take a LAX 3T Whenever your breath is bad your skin waxy or sallow your tongue coated your breath foul take a LAXET only 5c Sold by all dealers BOYS Get in line I moneypmaking all the money they want selling I THE SATURDAY 6 EVENING POST a few hours a week after school i It isnt luck it isnt that they are any brighter than you it isnt that they have any better A chances than you They just took hold of the works heartily and found that making 4 money came lots easier than f they expected Most every body who sees THE POST IT wants it And what we want you to do is to show THE POST to the people in your town to get them to let you deliver it every week In a few weeks youll have a regular list of cus tomers and be making money steadily You dont need a cent to start in We send ten copies of THE POST free Sell these at 50 the copy and that furnishes all fr the money you need to buy further supplies Sit down now and write us a letter that you want to get in line to make money and well send you everything r you need to start An education at any business college the country free to boys who sell a certain number of copies fill 250 in Extra Cash Prizes Each Month to Boys Who Do Good Work THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY 1728 Arch St Philadelphia r L fcrtfjUv 1 tt STAMPING GROUND Mr C T Duvall of this place attended county court on Monday in Frankfort The degree team of Scott Lodge No 80 A O IT W of George town came hero oh Wednesday night and conferred the inintiatory degree on eight candidates Miss Ivy Wigginton who has been ill threatened with appendi citis is souse bettor Mrs 11 K Beagle and daughter Mrs Lida Perry of Lexington visited at their old hon o in this place this week Miss Clara Hill has pone to Missouri to visit relatives in difforent parts of that State Mr John Hayden and son of Frankfort were guests of Rev G W Hill Saturday and Sunday Mr P L Warth and children of Lees Lick visited his fatherin law Mr R S Sprake this week Rev G W Hill Mrs J B Adams Mrs S P Willis Miss Cynthia Thomason nnd Miss Mattie Kelly have gone to Chattanooga Tenn to attend the Southern Bap tist Convention There will bo no preaching at the Baptist Church on Sunday as Rev G W Hill is at Chattanooga Tenn The pupils of the Buffalo Spring Academy were given an outing on Friday Inst The primary depart ment at the residence of Mrs Du vall their teacher The remainder of the scholars had theirs at Old hams Mill on Elkhorn They all say they had n delightful dayUNO COL W W BALDWIN DIES g Col W W Baldwin tho well known turnpike king died at his home in Mason county on Sun day last at an advanced age Col Baldwin leaves n very considerable estate CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturt of CAS T aaJAIBear the A SOUTHERN fiAILAY SHORTESTAND ROUTE FR- OMLouisville Danville and LexingtonSt The West Two Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lex ington as follows Leave Lexington 545 a m Leave Danville 530 a m Leave Louisville 900 a m Arrive St Louis 612 p m VeatSbuled Coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Leave Lexington 500 pm Leave Danville 445 p m Leave Louisville 1015 pm Arrive St Louis 732 a m Pulmun Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most Direct Lino to KNOXVILLE CHARLESTON and- JACKSONVILLE nnd nil Southeastern points includ ing Asheville N C and the beau tiful Land of tho Sky and Tox away Country- Send 2cent stamp for Land of tho Sky Booklet and other illus trated literature W G MORGAN D T Lexington Ky H 0 KING C P T A Ill E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Try P Agt 111 E Main Lexington Ky A R COOK C FT A 234 Fourth Avo Louisville- C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo 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