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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f RoUNDABoUT 1 a f GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance iV 1 L XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 10 1906 No 37 H r Attractive Oxfords rIll ee styles only mentioned from among all the new styles here for women These three selected because they are especially new and charming Laird Schober Co Ribbon Tie 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 iInfour leathers Black gun metal calf and black ooze calf 400 pat cut 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 l 350 Patent volt Oxford One style with two large eyelets the other with three very wide laces both with flexible turn soles and medium heels RKMcCLURESON212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY M J MANNING t i Of Philadelphia Pa the great Irishorator will be in Frankfort Wednesday May 80 at 8 p mat Courthouse Subject My Country and Yours What Shall It Be No charge for admission A freo will offering ac cepted Let everybody who is capable of enjoying a fine lecture hear him Rend what people and press say about him A man of exceptional powers on the platform Francis E Willard Pres National W C T UNov 12 1005 I heartily en dorse Mike Fanning Out West theywould say He is a whole team with a dog under the wagon His Irish wit his plat form experience his honesty of purpose with his thorough knowl edge of the temperance question make him one of the most effec tive workers in the field Mike is all rightGeo W Bain The most effective address in Reform Club Hall last night that has ever been delivered within its walls Jackson Mioh Daily CitizenThe lecture entire may be classed among the best delivered in this city excepting none Id Journal was generally ac ILognnsport to have been the best ever delivered in Beatrice Express j aIJ j HYDROPHOBIA CURE Judge R J Breckinridge Gives Remedy for Bite of Mud Dog Judge Robert J Breckinridge of Danville has furnished the fol lowing remedy which he says is an infallible cure for hydrophobia It is particularly interesting now on account of the large number of victims of rabies over the coun try The method of treatment is The time between the biting of an animal by a mad dog and the showing signs of hydrophobia is not less than nine days but it may bo nine months After the animal has become rabid a scratch of a tooth upon a person or slobber coming in contact with a sore or raw place will produce hydrophobia just the samo as if bitten by a mad dog Hydrophobia clue be prevented and I will give what is well known to be an infallible remedy for man and beast if properly admin istered A dose for a horse or cow should be four times as much as for a person It is not too lnteI to give tho medicine any time fore the spasms come on The dose for a person is one and one half ounces of elecampane root bruised put in a pint of new milk reduced to onehalf by boiling take all at onco in the morning fasting until the afternoon or at least a very small diet until sov oral hours are past The second dose samo as first except take two ounces of the root Third same as second Three loses are all that are needed and there need bo 110 fear as II know from my own experience and know of a number of cases where it was entirely This is no guess work successfulI sons alluded to had by their own dogs which wore then tied up to see if they wore really mad They proved to be mad and the remedy was successful A physician told mo tIe had known of the use of the remedy for over thirty years and never know it to fail when properly administered He related a case where a number of cows were bit ten and penned half in one pen and half in another to half the J I ld Jird remedy was given and they were saved The other half died from the real hydrophobia NOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Tea for nIl diseases of the Liver and ridneys Stomach and Bowels- It causes a vigorous notion of the Liver digesting the food causing a regular free movement of the Bow els cleanses the Kidneys purifies the Blood makes you well keeps you well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Tea or Tnblet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 e rSTATE WINS OUT IThe rightof the State to revoke of an insurance com pany to do business in this State was uphold by the U S Supreme Court in an opinion handed down by Justice Peckham on Thursday For every Hendncho cause there TwentyMinutes congestocfblood tie nerve In hnndy tablet form pleasant to take Suited for nil temperaments Sold by nil dealers DELEGATION OF PRETTY GIRLS FROM LEXING TON HERE Over 100 pretty girls students from the GampbellHagerman College accompanied by a num ber of the professors and teachers ruesdnyIcemetery and other points of in terest They visited Johnny Mc refroshIe rTHE FRANKFORT MILLINERY CO REAISONconvince you Best assortment of exclusive novelties to be found any whore Dressmaking department same RinggoldBuilding Dr WMkyer0 Syrup an4 cllli- UIlICOI tmaewt for blood ud akin dUeajn I FRANKLIN COUNTY BOYS ALASKA TRIP By the subjoined letter it will be seen that Mr Clarence Shaw son of Mr Jas R Shaw at Jotts has made a wonderful trip through Alaska We give the letter in fullThe Alaska trip was successful I went to within eighty miles of the Behring Sea Tile weather became so soft that I was compelled to turn back and came out via Valdege I traveled 1850 miles with dogs and averaged 45 miles per day A picture ofour team is being sent in this mail I got a man in Dawson to go with me taking eight dogs Each of us drove four We made better average time than anybody that Aluslm1Ifeel good We carried our own provisions slept under a tree or any place that was handy and experiencesOf you more fully in a few days Fair banks is all excitement as they expect to wash up 14000000 of gold this coming spring We have 1000 tons of groceries to ship there on the steamers leaving the first of June- I left Fairbanks for home March 21st The first three days we made ISO miles having traveled 68 daysTravelingto walk or run most of the time and can ride but little We were caught in a snow storm 70 miles from Valdeg and had to camp on a glacier When we woke up the next morning there was 14 inches of snow over us The trails were blown full and entirely obliterated The road house was some ten miles away Snow in the trail was up to our hips We had to throw away one sled and hitch all the dogs together on the one remaining Then we took turns going ahead of the dogs to break the trail It was terrific work and took tho entire fmake the road house ten miles and we were about all in both dogs and menIThe next day we rested ari six oclock a m March 81st wo started for Valdeg We went over a summit 8000 feet high walked every step of the way in deep snow much of the time and arrived at Valdeg without a stop at 8 a m April 81st leaving done the 60 miles in 21 hours without rest Wo were pretty well done up I arrived home April 11tht RELIEF IS POSSIBLE It is possible to obtain relief from dyspepsiaabySonic of tho most hopeless fuses ofIlong standing have yielded to It enables yon to digest the food correctivel11fluence of the digestive organs Tho stom nob is the boiler wherein time steam is imuio that keeps up your vitality health and strength Kodol digosts what ou one Makes the stomach SWlltputs the boiler in condition to do the work nature demands of itgives you relief from digestive disorders and puts you byJNEW ASSISTANT AS1ERIMr W L appointed Assistant Postmaster1 BtrlWS1llr 1011ievea tance with the place e Those who have taken other laxatives without satisfaction nnd those who have taken such quan theyhavepleasant surprise in LAXETS There is usually no pain griping nausea or discomfort even severe oases This candy bowel laxative LAXETS is only 6c and is sold by all dealers liit2 hl l I i THESE AR- ESplendid Values Colored Silk- Umbrellas 150 All Silk Umbrellas in pretty shades of blue red and green with beautiful border These are used as combination Umbrellas for rain and sunshine White Duck Skirts 4 125 Special value These are f made of good qnn1itYiDuck in very Q styles and extra sizes 1 Lace Curtains IThreeLace Curtains with pat ont overlooked edges beau tiful patterns only 1 Pair Ribbons Six inches wide all Silk Ribbons in nIl shades a 25o Ribbon only 19c yd India LinenayFive hundred yards of White India Linen forlShirt Waists and White Dresses an extra value at 10c yd- CIKAGIN OHO 41 St Clair St at Bridge 1 I r i rGOOD OLD SUMMER TIME1 1 I IBest Muslin Gowns 50c PERSONAL Mr A Howard spent Sunday in Cincinnati Miss Nina Visscher left Tuesday for Chicago Ills Mr David NIcol visited friends in Lou Tteville this week R6 Rev Lewis W Burton D D was In the city Sunday ifc M H Todd left Monday for a trip to Washington City Judge J R Morton of Lexington was 3n thecity Monday Mr L Labrot and wife left Thursday Joe New York City Senator 3 W Newman of Versailles vas heN Wednesday Get Is B Hays attended U S Court ZLt London this week SCr Ben Hughes is on a business trip to Western Kentucky Gal Ed E Abbett spent Sunday and Monday in Cincinnati Maj D W Sanders of Louisville was Sn Che city on Monday ta P Thompson went to French Lick Springs on Tuesday Judge B F Roach of Harrodsburg wars in the city Wednesday r Col Ed Fennell wife and son hav grouse to Cynthiana on a visit lyEr John B Dryden Jr visite- Friends in Paris on Saturday Mr Grant L Roberts made a business trip to Louisville Wednesday BCr W C Utterback of Lexington visited relatives here this week Postmaster Geo L Barnes attended the U S Court at London this week Judge J H HazHlrlgp went to Rich mend on legal business Wednesday rpt of Schools M A Cassidy of Lex was in the city on Monday PtMr H K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co1 Versailles was here Thursday Editor J O Cooper of the Midway Clipper was in the on Monday Mr D um1rn and Mr Clarence FBgo2zl spent sunday in Louisville Miss Salllie Chinn went to Georgetown Monday afternoon to be gone a week i Capt M H Insko Deputy Collector eat Carlisle was in the city this week Dr W C Curran of Cincinnati 0 visited at his old home here this week Mr A C Rucker of Louisville at tended the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Rev A B Chinn attended the Epis oopal Conference in Lexington this week County Attorney Frank M Daily made a business trip to Georgetown this week iOol E H Taylor Jr returned Mon ulay from u business trip to Chicago Ills Miss Helen ORear returned to Science Hill Academy Shelbyville on Monday Miss Mottle Hughes of was the guest of Miss Lula Gibson Saturday Mr W U GrIder exRepresentative from Bowling Green was here this week airs Savage of Ashland Is the guest s1 MrsW Keyes Highland Home sirs Belle Sanders Allen is visiting her sister Mrs O W Thomas in Louisville Miss Annie Tobin has returned from a visit to Mrs J H Lewis in Washington rCJty Sir A F Vaught of Hoiiesdale Pa vwugtbe guest of Mr II A Gretter this OJk Mr Ben McEwan anti wife of Kansas City Mo visited relatives here this week Dr John G South and wife visited Gov W U Bradley in Louisville this waek Mr Paul Swain Secretary Y M C t A visited nt his home 1n Smithfield this week Mr George McLeod chief engineer of the Traction Cu was in the city this woek Miss Sarah Grlunnn of Paris is th truest of Miss Carrie Brock at Crescent View Rev Clinton Lockhart returned Toes day from u five months trip to the Holy Land Judge J P Hobson was called to Lou jisvllle on Tuesday by the illness of a rel I iitrver Mrs Maggie Troutman of Wilmore is rtbe guest of her daughter Mrs W F Hearn I We can supply you with all you need for Commencement Dresses yardGreatBeautiful Line White French Gauze Fans 25c to 5 Paper Fans 5c lOc 15c Just received a new lot White Linen Skirts and Suits Ladies Misses Boys and Girls Hosiery lOc 15c 25c SHIRTLadiesBig line Bed Spreads Towels and Table Linens L Mrs Frank Gordon of Mlihllesboro Is the guest of Mr L B Welsenburgh Jr und wife Miss Virginia Gray of Caldwell Insti tote Danvlllu was nt home the first of the week Judge E C OKear and wife went up to their Montgomery county farm on Fri day night Mr John P Hanloy went to Louis ville Sunday to visit his mother Mrs P M Hauley Dr E C Roemele wife and son re turned Monday from a visit to relatives at Eminence Mr Geo L Willis of Shelbyvllle who has been visiting relatives here has re turned home Mrs Lizzie Walouttof Lakeland who has been visiting relatives here has turned home Mrs Ellen Johnson of Midway attended the funeral of Mrs L F John son Thursday Dr W 0 Green of Lpuisville was the guest of his aunt Miss Eliza Over ton on Sunday Mrs Sara VanDerveer of Hamilton Ohio is the guest of her daughter Mrs John W Milam Mrs Virginia Crittenden and Mrs Mary Haycraft huve returned from Greenville Miss Capt J M West of Estill county 1ewasdMiles this week spentSundayMrs W T Scott Miss Sue Middleton of Lexington CampbellMiss Juliett Pirtle of Louisville was the guest of Mrs P Fall Taylor at Thistletou this week Wednesdayfromat Chattanooga Tenn Kev Dr M B Adams has returned from the Southern Baptist Convention at Chattanoogo Tenn Mrs McFerran Crowe of Versailles was the guest of her brother in law Rev Wm Crowe Thursday Mr J Andrew Cain of Versailles was called here by the death of his sisterin law Mrs L F Johnson Miss Mary Timberlake of Winchester who has been the guest of Mrs W H Hoge has returned home Miss Lilinn Cecil of Danville who has been the guest of Mrs J Buford Hen drlck has returned home Mm Sallie Thomas who has been visiting her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad has returned home Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles was the guest of Mrs John P Henley Shelby street the first of the week Miss Anna Thornton of Paris was the guest of Mrs John P Hanley Shelby street the first of the week Mies Mary Harrison and Mrs S D Johnson attended the Episcopal Confer once in Lexington this week Miss Bernico Scottow of Louisville was the guest of her parents Mr W J Scottow and wife this week Miss Margaret Taylor of Georgetown College was the guest of Miss Verlie Kenney Sunday and Monday Miss Bonnie Hockeneinith of Texas who has been visiting relatives here left Saturday for Cleveland Ohio Mr Burton Armstrong and wife nee Bourne Sanders ware guests of Mrs Belle Sanders Allen this week Miss Marie Limhoy of Louisville who has been the guest of her uncle Gen D W Llndsey has returned home Miss Westfeldt of North Carolina who has been the guest of her sister Mrs L P Tarleton has returned home Mr E M Dryden of Dayton 0 visited his parents Mr John B Dryden Sr and wife the first of the week Mr L Pryor of West Virginia CeProf Wm B Jones of Nocateu Fla is visiting his father Prof E K Jones County Superintendent at Switzer Mr H V McChesney and wife and Miss Edna Pressnall returned Wednesday from a trip to Washington City Mr Ben Utterback Sr of ville who has been visiting here returned home Saturday relat1TtsI Mrs Henry T Stanton who K A GrayMcLeanMrs Mary Nazor of Mt Carmel Ills NazorinMiss Louise VanWinkle of Danville who was the puest of her brother Mr A C VanWinkle has returned home Mrs Duane Brown and Miss Ora Scot tow returned Wednesday from the South ChattanoogaTenn Mr Will A Lewis wife and son and Miss Margaret A Lewis visited Miss Harriett B Todd in Louisville on Sat Geo B Newton and son of Hart ford Conn who have been guests of Mrs A D Martin returned home Satur day night GeorgetownColltgethe guest of her parents Mr O C Ken ney and wife Supt K Sanford Sr of Ft Thomas Ky visited his son Mr K Sanford Jr agent Adams Express Co in this city Wednesday Mr Jos Slade chief engineer of the Central Kentucky Interurban Co was here this week supervising improvements on the traction line Mr Burton Armstrong and wife nee visitinghereMich on Wednesday Mr Bobt Hamilton who is in busi ness at Dayton 0 visited his parents returninghomeMr Alex T Lewis of the Senior Class Kentucky State College Lexing ton spent Sunday in this city with his father Mr J B Lewis Mr Geo M Gayle of Kentucky Uni versity Lexington spent Saturday and parentsDrMr Edmund Taylor and Mr Wm Quinn of Central University Danville who have been visiting at Thlstloton returned to school Monday Mr n L Lewis U S Navy is hereon a thirty days furlough to visit relatives He has been a member of Uncle Sams floating batteries since 1890 Mrs Clarence Wilson and son of Henry county who have been guests of her cousin Mr W H Lewis and wife at Woodlake have returned home MrsVirgilHewitt EpiscopalConference Miss Virginia Gray and gnest Miss Julia Tarkington who are students at Caldwell Institute Danville returned to that place Monday after a visit here A number of State College students In the Civil Engineering Department have been in this county this week with the U S Topographical Engineering De portment ColleRILexingtondays the guest of his parents Dr G W LexingtonSunday Mr Thos Hodman who has been the guest of his father in law Judge J N Crutcher West Side left Friday night for u business trip to Nashville Tenn returning on Monday evening Mrs Ross A McCallum of Dayton Ohio who has been the guest of her father Mr John B Dryden Sr left Tuesday for home from thence the and her husband will move to Michigan Capt I 1 West returned from Jackson county on Monday where he hind gone to attend circuit court in order to obtain judgments quieting title to tim ber lands which ho had owned for several inlandsmany years and hits bought and sold over 100000 acres at different times He still has holdings of some 1000 acres Those at a distance attending the funer al of Mrs L F Johnson who was burled Thursday afternoon were Mr and Mrs Ben McEwnn Kansas City Mo Mr J A Cain und family Versailles Ky Mrs Minnie Todd Versailles Ky Mrs Lilllo Cain Versailles Ky Miss Ella John son Prin of Midway Orphan School Rev W F Smith Morohead Ky Mr Win McEwun Louisville Ky Miss Het tie Godfrey Louisville Ky Mrs Dunn Louisville Ky FOR RENT A storeroom and flat above corner of Second and Shelby streets Apply to- JAMES HEENEY 383t HfcriidkercKieff Handkerchiefs 1 I I EHAJWIPZLFRJNKFOFT KY I I nEENEYsNEXT WEEKS SPECIALS Lawns Organdies Mulls Batiste Persian Lawns French Lawns c Beautiful Figured Lawns Go So India Linens Go So 12 l2cPersian Lawns 2Oo Joe 3Go Sheer Batiste warranted to laundry iGc 2Oo2Go Mulls and Mercerized Gowns all prices SKIRTS Mohair Skirts white and blaok 84 GO f High Grade Tailored Skirts made of Panama and other rnaterlals477GGOOS6GOt CURTAINS Railed Swiss Curtains GOoGGe7Gol a pair Lace Curtains GOo7Gol and 2 and upvardI Hosiery and Underwear a Specialty 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 priqeThisanyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you neid a iyw vehicle of nny kind it will PAYyou to soe us before buying repainting r resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Garriage GoIVERSAILLES KY K VAnD III President Communicated A REAL GOOD POUNDING May 17 1900 A row evenings ago some of tho denr folks of hick Baptist Church about twelve in number came up straightway to the pits tors home Locust View and gave and his family a good old Kentucky pounding with all the good things to eat pas tor told family wore agreeably surprised made happy Many thanks and may God bless you all for your kindness is my prayer JOHN H BUR DIN DISTILLERIES CLOSE DOWN Messrs Labrot Graham dis tillery No 52 have closed down for the season The John Cochran distillery No 87 has suspended for the season All Linen lOc lOo lOo llJo at nov Run him real The and C 11 Bnow NrNi Sets and Treat 1 A NEW OFFICE punyhloper of Buttle Alloy and Capital Avenue and will tear away tho ij small frame house upon it anti erect a handsome oilice upon tho L site rsIf you prefer to take meilicino In tablet form you can now obtain Dr Slioops Restorative Tablets j Absolutely no change has boon ingredientsSold JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASON FRANKFcDRT XY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 528 33Goi r yi Xji j Hj T i Sale of White Wool Suits Beautiful Serge Box Coat Suits or Eton Suits the right styles at unu sual prices right at the beginning of the season 3500 Dressy Eton Suits i 25 25 Stylish Box Coat Suits 120 White Linen Suits The Nobbiest Styles The Lowest Prices Eton Suits or Pony Coat Suits 6 to 20 SkirtsT- he Best Values for 5black blue grey or white GOOD FOR THE CITY I The Capital Lumber Company established u saw and planing mill upon the old brick yard on the river front between Capital t t Avenue und Logan street last fall began business about the first of 1November and now employ fifty with a weekly payroll of six hundred dollars Man- ufactories are the institutions which build up a citywe want more of them and want them bad e LARGEST COLLECTION OF REVENUE TAXES EVER MADE AT LOCAL OFFICE On Tuesday list Deputy Col lector Grant L Roberts male the largest collection of internal rev enue taxes ever made at the local oilice The number of barrels upon which the taxes were paid was 570 involving the sum of in cash Mr Roberts 125UOS80congratulated upon the made e BADLY HURT While driving along Second street at the corner of Capital f Avenue on Saturday Walter Up ci dike and Louis Henry were thrown J out of a spring wagon in making a short turn Young Henry es caged injury but Updike was I Y dragged and kicked by the horse l on the chest and elbow which t xwere considerably bruised and lacerated Surgical aid was ren dered at once and the lad will soon be all right REMARKABLE SWARM OF- t BEES On Thurssday afternoon Mr John Morris and Mr George Huff man living on the South Side discovered an unusually large swarm of bees who had alighted on a lilac bush in the yard of Mr Jos Cox on Steele street These gentlemen proceeded to liive the bees and discovered that there wore about three times as many bees as usual in the swarm There Iwns only one queen in the lot swarm will be divided into I three hives as soon as two other queens can be secured DARING BURGLARS Three Different attempts were mnde by to enter houses in this city on Thursday night In one of them the man suc ceeded fn entering the residence of Dr U V Williams on Steele street when he was discovered a a me1Dress Goods White Mohair exceptional value oOc 44in White Panama 1 88in AllWool White Serge 65c Chiffon Mohair soft as Silk only 1 Hosiery Black Cat at lOc loc Onyx the highest type Lace or Gauze Specials at 25c Specials at 8 pairs 1 Specials at 50- cWhite Hose in Great Variety and tackled by Mr Chas G RusI sel who boards in the house InI the struggle Mr Russell collar bone broken aunt was otherI wise injured by the scoundrel who finally succeeded in pulling away from Mr Russell and escaping leaving his hat behind The second attempt was to enter the residence of Mrs E M Nell on Third street but the thief was frightened off The third was at the residence i of Mr Nick Smith on Holmes street where the nth opened the shutters and was attempting to enter the house when Mr Smith jumped from his bed and grabbed him By the assistance of pass ersby the thief was secured and lodged in jail I The man is a heavyset full bearded fellow with the crook written all over him The bloodhounds of Capt Kirby were put on the trail of the man who entered Dr Williams house but after trailing him to the Louisville pike beyond the city school gave up the scent EMINENT MAN DIES Hon Carl Schurz the eminent and able statesman and politician passed away at his home in New York City on Monday morning aged 76 years Mr Shurz was born in Germany and was forced to flee from that country before he was of age on account of having engaged in a movement for the securing of lib erty to the German people He came to this country and distinguished himself as an editor soldier U S Senator and Cab inet officer He was a great man intellec tually but very impracticable in many of his views- lirnnkfort ATTENTION Ky May 11 1106 I have secured 25000 shares of stock in what I boliovo to be a strictly first olas mining proposi tion These shares are to 250 each par vnluo of 500 This property is in tho great copper dis trict in Coohiso county Arizona There are producing mines on three sides of us that are shipping oro evon clan This is not a prospect this stock is in a proven mine and one that needs some money for operating purposes I shall make j a trip to these mines tho latter part of June and will take sonic 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 bo made dividend payers in front twelve to fifteen months I shall bo pleased to give you any informa tion you may Very dOBlreII Old phono 45b 882t i Wash Goods SPECIALS2- 5c Arnold Flannels look like 1 wool goods only 17c Just the right material for Suits or separate Ski- rtsWhite Goods and Embroideries SfjmiReady Robes 750 to 25 SemiReady Waists 150 to 4 82in Persian Lawn 15c 40in Persian Lawn 2oc 4Gin French Lawn She New Embroideries U youIPUT IN or FEED to a refrigerator that you- should consider iThe Automatic as we can prove to youis the one to buy The exclusive fea tures will appeal to you They save the foodas as well as the ic- eRROGERS SONS 2t3ly OFFICERS GRAND ENCAMP MENT OF KENTUCKY The Grand Encampment of Kentucky I 0 0 F has been in session at Paris this week The following officers were elected Grand Chief Patriarch Dr J P Wheeler Carrollton Grand High Priest 0 A Breith Newport Grand Senior WardenJ F Conover Henderson Grand Junior Warden J T Chapman Corbin Grand ScribeR G Ellicott LexingtonGrand Treasurer G W Morris LouisvilleGrand Marshal T Hiter Crockett Frankfort Grand Representative JohirS Gaunt of Louisville Grand Inside Sentinel J W Judge Paducah Grand Outside Sentinel J C Wheeler Midway RARE ENTERTAINMENT Feast Furies comes to Lex ington for four performances Thursday Friday and Saturday May 81 and Juno 1 and 2 This is one of the biggest amuse ment features Lexington has ever had and thousands are expected to attend the performances Feast Furies is a combination of the dramatic the spectacular and tho circus Six hundred people are used in its presentation Never before has there been such a wonderful pyroteonic display as the burning of the city in the last act Excursion rates will be given on all roads I OLD TAYLORk THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY 1 WHISKEYS E H TAYLOR JR L SONS ProprietorsJ Frankfort Kentucky r r I 1 L 41 I I I greatest attests the Best Superb Assortment Mattings at jp worth I Room Rugs 15 l r ANOTHER NEW BUILDING I I Judg It E Gaines has com menced tho erection of a sixroom residence on the lot adjoinug his residence on Ewing e street the remedy that cures n cold In one day DO IT I I And to think that ten months ago I like this I owe it to German Syrup qThe timeworn injunction II Never put off til tomorrow what ou can do to day is now generally presented in this form Do it today That terse advice we want to ou about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks qTake some reliable remedy for it ro vand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrupwhich has been in use for over thirtyfive ears A few doses of it wiU- undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely JNo matter how deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will effect a cure as it has done before in of apparently cases of lung trouble JNev bottles 250 regular size 75C At all druggista For sale by W Gayle Eggs Eggs Eggs Van DresserBlanehard IS CiW Leghorns Kind that Lay the Year Round I j I from MONDAY MAY 21ST TO JUNE 1STawho will fit a Rodfeni Cor 1 set for yon giving ym jnst the right Corset for Comfort anti Stvlc 1 Carpets al1dI rt Mattings The sale Valnvs nitre Size Brussfll orthW1 genuineLaxative TODAI looked thousands hopeless a 15I ExpertCorset OaWltts Little Early Risers The famous little pills 1 In the District Court of the fritted Statesfos the Eastern District of Kentucky la Bankruptcy lnlrruptOnon considering the petition of the aforesaid bank runt for discharge flint on the 6th day ofMay A D1I11tJ It is ordered by the court that a hearing be loin upon the Home on theitUth day of ay A D IfliW before said court at Oovincton In aid district at 11 oclivk in the forenoon or ax near thereto at publishcrta newspaper printed in said district and that known creditors and other JMTSOIIV in in terest may appear at said time amt place and prayerofWITNESS the Honorable A M J eoobran Tudceof said Court and the seat thereof nt Frankfort In said district en the 1Mb Isv of MayAD WOO WALTER G CHAPMAN Clerk By E COLEMAN D C For Sale ILots in Frankfort I have caused my land on Arlir ton Heights exrcmlint from the State Arsenal lot east to Mr Rid dels lot laid out on the hound in convenient lots fronting on new nv en ties to be opened as and when tho lots shall bo sold and l haw nl nij otHce a plat made by R A Frazier City Engineer showing tho Jocaiiou and dimensions of the lots and pro posed streets and alleys to which Iinvite the attention of those desir lug to purchase lots for residence purposes The Water Co and Gas Go will extend their mains as the lots are wild and sewer connection can be readily made The locution of these lots can not be surpassed for heulthfulness and the beauty of scenery I will take pleasure in showing tho lots to all persons desiring to purchase and will make known the prices and terms of snIt on applica tion to me 871 in JOHN B LTJfPSEY KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION Price 50c 1DO Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TR011B- LES or MONEY BACK faeFranKoriBounflaDDUt = = = = = Entered at the posMiHce at Frankfort Kll1I t tuck as secondclass nuiilable t GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub uiFRANKFORT MAY 19 1906 GOOD MEETING HELD AT LAWRENCEBURG An Interurban Line From This City to the Capital of An derson Pretty Well Assured A committee consisting of about twenty members of the Business Mens Club of this city went to Lawrenceburg on Tuesday last and took part in an enthusiastic meeting of the good people of Lawreuceburg and Anderson county to boost the proposed interurban line from this city to the capital of Anderson Addresses were delivered by Mr W S Farmer Col Geo B Harper Col C E Hoge Dr U V Williams and Mayor E E Hume of the committee from this city setting forth the vast importance of the road to both cities Addresses were made upon the part of the Lawrenceburg Busi ness Mens Club by Judge Wm Dowling Mr Geo G Speer Dr r JN V Kavanaugh Mr J M Johnson Mr Geo A Williams llr J W Gaines Capt T J Ballard Mr Frank Ripy and Mr W P Marsh At the conclusion of the confer once the following committee was appointed to look over the field and to recommend such action as will assure the building of the t line W C Woods T J Ballard J W Gaines and G W Hutche son of Lawrenceburg G B Har per D W Lindsey C E Hoge and W S Farmer of Frankfort The meeting was a large and enthusiastic one and high hopes are entertained of the success of the enterprise which will be a profitable one from the outset NOW FOR BUILDING THE VERSAILLES LINE The City Council on Monday night unanimously passed the ordinance granting the Traction Company the needed franchises for the building of roads from this city to Versailles Lawrence burg Owenton and Shelbyville Thus the last obstacle is re moved from the way of constructing the roads first from this city toVersaillesWe by those in a position to know that the work of tOe Cold any notnerI 1 The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Unnecessary to take chances- on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SOOTTS EmULSION when colds abound and i youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted L and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out 4 Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York and 100 All druggists II Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that your medicines have cured little cM of nineof spasms Shecommencedhavingthem- at the age Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic a form He did her no either She was so nervous she couhardly walk As had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to child I gave her in all ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and the has not had an attack since we menced the treatment She is troubled with nervousness and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her ture My lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you ve much for good medi cines and kind advice I dont think there is other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little lives out in ArkansasMRS HANNAH BARRETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrcai Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhart lad construction will be begun as quickly as necessary arrangement as to men material and machinery can be made in no event to be over a month We rejoice to know that this long hoped and prayedfor im provement is at last to be an ac complished fact It means much for the upbuild ing of dear old Frankforts busi ness interests and for the advancement of the interests of the good people who live along the pro posed line in the increased value of their farms and in the facilities famIHiestertainments of the city The gentlemanly intelligent and progressive management of Superintendent J D Sallee has been no small factor in enabling the company to accomplish the gaining of the franchises without friction ea Dr Shoops Rheumatic Cure brings relief and cure makes an end of pain and swelling an end of suffering an 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 +Dr Weavers Syrup Pnrtfle blood Cerate ointment tot the jMq JUDGE OKEAR TO HEAD METHODIST COMMISSION At the General Conference ofI ChurchTatday a report was adopted creating whutIextent the General Conference had control of Vanderbilt University through its Bishops The following gentlemen were appointed that commission Judge E C ORear of Frankfort KyI Judge John A Rich of Slater Mo Judge E D Newman Woodstock Vu Judge John ofI McCullough of Greenville S and Judge Creed F Bates of Chat tanooga Tenn Judge ORears reputation as an able and upright judge has become national 10 TEST RACING LAW Castloton Jockey Club of Louis ville known as inIjunctionEvans restraining the State Racing Commission from inter ferring with the proposed racing meeting to be held at that course the latter part of June J it4aC ltraraX hy tarfMWfI dw EXGOV ROBT L TAYLOR WINS In the State Democratic primary for the nomination of a candidate for Co S Senator from Tennessee held on Saturday last ExGov Robt L Taylor was nominated by over 20000 ma jority over Senator Edward W Cnrmack tho present incumbent Gov Taylor is well known as fiddling Bob because of his use ofa violin in a campaign between himself and his brother Hon Alfred A Taylor for the office of Governor Both were expert violinists and they would in this unique campaign travel together sleep together play the violin together on the platform and then pitch in to each other politically one being a Democrat and the other a Republican Gov Bob pulled through on a narrow margin and served two or three terms as Governor He is an able man and has a national reputa tion as a lecturer Oftentimes in the sudden 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 Shoops Diptheria Cure Dr Shoops Croup andIDrnothinghArshany of these excellent household medicines Sold by all dealers PLUCKY PILCHER Mr Louis Pilcher editor of the revived Nicholasville Democrat hoda pretty vigorous article in his last weeks paper in which he used plain terms City Marshal Jordan Peel took offense at the article and went to the Democrat office and assaulted Pilcher who is a slight and delicate man knocking him down before he could reply to a question in a re gard to the matter Pilcher managed to get to his feet secured a gun from his desk and fired two shots at Peel one of them taking effect in his shoul der inflicting a painful wound GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in use Palo Weak Nervous Delicate Women suffering from those weak nesses und diseases peculiar to their sex will find in Father Wi- lliAms Indian Tea a wonderful Tonic and Regulator It quiets the givesIbrightens the eyes clears the com plexion and makes you well and strong again Tea or Tablets 20 DrugCoo CAPTURED A COLONY ISquire W P Scott and Mr photogIchurch Sunday morning when they discovered that a swarm of bees had settled upon the limb of a tree in front of Hon Jas An drew Scotts property on Shelby street Squire Scott procured a step ladder anda saw and Mr Mattern climbed upon the ladder sawed off the limb shouldered it and carried the bees to his home hivedIA YEAR OF BLOOD The year 1808 will long be remain1 bored in the home of F N Packet of Alliance Ky as a year of blond which flowed so copiously from Mr Tuckets lungs that death seemed very near Hu writosII Severe blooding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought mo at takingire suIt that after taking four bottles I was completely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Soro Lungs Coughs and Colds at all druggists Price and 100 Trial bottle free DWltt = Lime Early Risers Ttls famous little pills liU la iu PieasanUtotake LI f TnJa d 1 nx Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor i 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 etce1Your 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 Spades Cradles and FingersIScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGGI r Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Kings Daughters acknowledge the graceful gift of 10 from Co Max Dorn of the Frankfort Broom Factory FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS Tho most famous striko 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 headache and dizziness 25o at all druggistse SPECIAL RATES VIA F C RY Only 21 round trip to Au Sable Boavortou IJranoh Brothers Manisteo arid other points in Michigan May 20 and 22IFor full particulars apply ton W HAY General Passenger Agent t l bJ Dr Catlys Condition iomiers are i just what a horse needs when in bad laDlYt4mifuga r f horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J1V Gayle and lLeOompte GaylejIllinois Central Seventh tt River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No lOt Leaves 040 INowL CMOll m Arrives 6 No Local Mull No hILeaven 720 n m Arrive 465 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate EUzuuethtOWIl HodgenvilleNo Accommodation No Leaves 490 p m Ar tves 955 a m toHodgenvl1lSundays Stop at stations Trains Run Dally tt w 1 jt I WALT t iAiv1 WAT hI ESA- RECARRIED t I W MNYIINYtlY ALL OVER YHE WO t Cases plain simple and fl Silver in either Gold Gold FilornateI COMMENCEMENT OF LOUIS VILLE TRAINING SCHOOL r i We are in receipt of an invita tion to attend the annual commencement of the Louisville t m4 Training School located at Beech mont Jefferson county Prof i H K Taylor is the Principal of this noted school He has been recently elected President of Ken tucky Wesleyan College at Win chester He is an able scholarly regret separated from the training school where he has been a power for good The following is the invitation and class roll The Senior Class of the Louisville Training School I request the honor of your pres ence at the- Commencement Exercises Friday evening May twentyfifth at eight oclock Beechmont Kentucky Class Roll James L Williams Pres Shepherdsville Ky G Edgar Straeffer VicePres Brooks Ky Harry C Haas Secy Louisville Ky Edmund G Brooks Louisville Ky Neill S Brooks Louisville Ky Wiley Rogers Comstock Louisville Ky n If J Moorman Howey Central City Hodgenville Ky Henry Farmer Tresslar Bedford Ind J CHANGE OF FIRM r On Friday night last the Frankfort Hotel of this city changed firmllwas composed of Messrs Moritz JBusani and Alex Schneider under the style of Busam Schneider I Mr Moritz Busam sold his inter est to Messrs Alex Schneider Sr and Alex Schneider Jr and that popular hostelry will hero The Signs of- Heart Trouble You can Surely Secure Heart Health and Strength through Dr Shoops Restorative Heart weakness which can be dealt with at all Is nerve weakness Just as your band trem 1blea when its nerves aro weak when your heart are weak your heart flutters and palpl Other signs are shortness ot breath after exercise falntlnir spells pain or tender about the heart caused by irregular heart 1tates choking sensa Alton as if the heurt was throat uneasy M sensation In the showing that the heart Isntright a Pain when you lie on one side usually tho left aide but fre auently the right painful fr and difficult breathing smothered feeling There is ab aolutely on rvrn one way to treat a hearty That Is tobringbacknatural and permanent strength to its nerves Can you imagine how any thing else can be done Dr Shoops Restorative will bring back the Hatrongh to hha heart nerves alwaysTw There is nothing in this remedy to stimu late nothing that leads to reaction The strength that it gives is natural and permanent It is just the same strength as Nature gives to those who are well Dr Sheeps Restorative Tablets or Liquid creates strength which extends over the whole inside nerve system It overcomes the cause of the trouble 03 well as the result Sold by ALL DEALERS f JLliiW PEEPING A GOOD Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers H Iivi A SELBERT gentlemant ShepherdsW WITCH after be run by the firm of A Schneider Son What business Mr Busam will enter into he has not as yet fully determined He is a jolly good fellow anda hustling business man His retirement is greatly regrettedThe firm is composed of competent and energetic businessmen with a thorough knowledge of the hotel business We wish them all success Whenever your bowels skip a day without a movementtake a LAX ET Whenever your breath is bad your skin waxy or sallow your tongue coatedyour breath foul take a LAXET only 5c Sold all dealers NOTED BREEDER OF THOR OUGHBREDS DIES Maj B G Thomas one of the most successful breeders of thoroughbred horses in the State died at his home in Lexington on Tues day aged 80 years He bred trained and raised a large number of first class horses Eat a Laxetat bedtime And feel bright the next day Laxets only 5o a boxare sweet tooth perteotionForsour stomach bad breath coated tongue dizziness biliousness sal low complexion etc Sold by all dealers Dr Weavers Treatment 8yiqp for the blood Cerate for akin eruption MILLVILLE Miss Maybel Stuart was the AgeeSunday The sack gathering at Mrs Hettie Tutts given by the Bap tist Ladies Aid Society was quite enjoyedbytreat served and some beautiful roses sold by Mrs Sim Shy for the benefit of the society The sum of 20 was these worthy ladies Mr Jim Whittingtou of Jeffer sonville Ind who has been visiting his sister Mrs Sam Shaw has byhisMr and Mrs Geo Wilson en tertained Rev Mr Lunger and Mr and Mrs John Shaw last Sun day Mrs James Goins Jr and daughter Georgia visited her parents Mr and Mrs Barnes this week visitingfriends The Christian Ladies Aid So cioty will meet with Mrs Bud BnbbottrJll11sdny All members invited to attend Mr and Mrs JHolleyvisited her father Mr Josh Shaw Friday Mr James Wilson and family will move shortly to Mr Holts place near High View Miss Myrtle Cunningham enter tained her friends this week witli a social lance which wits very aiuoh enjoyed by all who attended Mr James Agee and Mr William Mitchell made a short trip to Lexington last week PEARL JK i t lJ t i u I CURE YOUR KIDNEYS Do Not Endanger Life When a Frankfort Citizen Shows You the Cure iVhy will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney com plaint backache urinary disor ders lameness headaches lan guor why allow themselves to aecure Doans Kidney Pills is the rem edy to use because it gives to the performIf you have any even one of the symptoms of kidney diseases diaysets in Read this Frankfort testimonyJ of 804 Madison street carpenter by trade now retired says For nigh on to thirtyfive years I was subject to pain and weakness in my back The trouble I know came from tho kidneys especially from the left one this being the most affected Sometimes I could scarcely rise after kneeling or stooping and often when walking myleftto fall A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying especially at night and it dis turbed my rest For years at oftrecurring intervals I took various medicines which all prac tically failed to give the promised and expected benefit It is the recollection of these very facts which makes me so appreciate the remedy which also afforded me a genuine and lasting benefit I refer to Doans Kidney Pills which were procured by me at J W Gayles drug store They went right to the cause of the trouble and removed it Iwill always recommend Doans Kidney Pills to my friends as a remedy that uponFor Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Ysole agents for the United States- Remember the nameDoans and take no other BIG EXCURSION There was a big crowd on the excursion to Cincinnati oil Sun day last over the F C and Q C Railways Tile delightful day called out a larger crowd than usual On tho return trip the train reached this city at twenty minutes to 1 ocock Monday morning CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consuluptiunispoor patient Bali the rich patient too can do much bettor at homo b proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreois made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rust and 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 can tnkinHGormaularly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clhne you will find that 3 of tho thousands of consumptives there tho few who are benefited anti regain strength aro those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size loc At all druggists yr III i i t JA h J Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD wE to argue the CASE you and help you make this thresh a success To be successful one must have an equipment that is both labor and money making You will find both of these features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a call CapItal FoilfidigaCle Compang Apr i1m 50 TRADE Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention probably Daten able Communlca lions sent tptcial notice without charge In the A bandsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cit culation any scientific journal Terms 3 a ear four months I Bold by all newsdealers BU e The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 Not want with ing season saving YEARS- EXPERIENCI MARKSI PatentIJlScientific Hnterican YorkBranch Frankfort GRoiQQti DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 200 620 Lv D Frankfort ArJ 72 Summit Elkhorn Switzer 1102 Stamping Ground 1053 6421 Duvall 6 Ml Johnson J Georgetown 6 5lj i 15I 1 C S Depot I 6 Newtown 854 8 30733 Centerville 5 311 Elizabeth 8 5 47I Pari Junctn 3 Art Party f Lv 880 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN TVIAP MIA MPMI 2 Lr Frankfort Ar 25i Lv Georgetown Ar 10 Ar Cincinnati Lo8JOi 00I BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIUS Mt Lv Frankfort Ar 715 Lv Georgetown Ar 625 3 Lv Party Ar Ar Cincinnati Lv ggi KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS L Frankfort Ajll 25A720P 47P A Georgetown A A flJSP 25P A Party LI 30A542P IIP A Winchester Oj 709AI245P 4JA1115PI54P A Richmond L 30A SSP A Cincinnati L 255P HAYPreeandOealSupt G A it Traas Plants Vinas For the Spring of 190G the BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental StrawberriesGrapeparagus etc We employ no agents Strawberry and General Catalogue on ap plication to M103m H F HILLENMEYKB WECARE People get more than they ask for when they have us fill their prescriptions The public at large is not half so particular as we are in these matters We know that our drugs are both pure and of stand ard strength We take no chances whatever and nev er hesitate to pay the cost of making sure Your physician writes a prescription expecting defi nite results we see to it that he is not disappointed All prescriptions have careful scientific com pounding and we also make the price right JUN Wu GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky ATTENTION FARMERSWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded y Fences i No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel wire Write or Call 4 for Catalogue Sold only by t Buggy Rugs of All Kinds MARRIED COOKBLACKIn this city on Wednesday Mr Jas H Cook and Miss Jennie Black were mar ried KINGFLYNNIn this city on Saturday Mr John W King and Miss Sallie A Flynn were married by Rev L D Stucke- rSMITHGLASSAt Locust View near Forks of Elkhorn May 10 1900 Mr C H Smith and Miss Annie Glass by Rev J H BurdinWATSON DICKEY In this city on Tuesday Mr Edward Watson and Miss Josie Dickey were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian ChurchCHURCH REDDINIn this county on Wednesday Mr Zach Church of Woodford county and Miss Pearl Reddin of Forks of Elkhorn were married by Rev Mr Clevelan- dMASONPUCKERAnnounce ment is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Silas Mason of this county and Miss Rosa Tuck er of Lexington Vn The wed ding will occur on Saturday June 9th rBABY GARMENT AND CAKE SALE The Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will have a sale of dainty and attrac tie Baby Garments in the Hume Block next door to the State Na tional Bank this afternoon from i 2 to 0 oclock They will also offer delicious cakes for your Sun day dinners These ladies are famous cooks as well as fine seamstresses and everything they sell will be nice Prices reason able Give them a call Wouldnt you spend five cents to test the nicest sweetest Laxative Tablet ever made Unless you try it ou can never know how much renllaxnthe value is contained In this box of Laxets As toothsome as candy safe for child or adults Having the formula on the box you know just what you are taking Laxets are for constipation bad bad taste muddy com 1breath headache coated tongue etc only 5 cents Sold by all dealers WHY NOT t The ladies have requested us to b ask the question why the sprink ling wagon can not skip the cross t ings of the street when they are sprinkling them As it is they t claim that they are forced to walk r through mud to the great injury 7oftheir skirts and dresses Why r not Oa rOJIIEeeri the Bigaatut tfa It ii A PC SOWER CO BIRTHS BRADYIn this city on Mon day to Capt John Brady and wifen so- nHOGEIn Louisville on Friday to Mr S French Hoge and wife a daughterLouis- eHIEATTIn this city on Sat urday to Mr Allen Hieatt and wife a son William Allen Jr UPDIKEIn this city on Tues day to Mr lames Updike and wife a son James Jrweight 10 pounds ADJUDGED OF UNSOUND MIND Miss Ida May Scroggins daugh ter of the late Mr JohnL Scrog gins was adjudged of unsound mind in Judge Polsgroves court on Monday and sent to the East ern Asylum WORK BEGUN The Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co have commenced preliminary work on their line by moving the fences back from their right of way at McKees Cross Roads on the Versailles Pike nine miles from this city- s d LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23 tf oTRIES AT FRENCHYS Profiting by the example of the other footpads on yesterday morn ing when Mr Gus LaFontoino went down tc his kitchen at his restaurant he found a burly fel low there and upon asking what he wanted the fellow replied II Fifty cents or a dollar ddquick He was told to get out andupon refusing was basted pretty lively and kicked out CLEVER AND COMPETENT GENTLEMAN COMES HERE Mr J F Bolen formerly in the Express Office in this city but more recently of the Money Department Adams Express Co in Cincinnati has been transferred to this city and has taken the desk formerly occupied by Mr Dan Corbett Mr Bolenis a fine express man thoroughly up in the business and at the same time a jolly good friendsIthe Worlds Fair We welcome him back again Dr Wcavera Treatment IqnppUJU1tl tbo ooa CraMluk1aer i i tt DEATHS BREEDINGOn the West Side on Monday Mr Win Breed ing aged SJ years The funeral services were con ducted on Tuesday morning by Mr Edward Dean and the interment was in the North Fork Cemetery at Switze- rL11VRENCEIn this county on Sunday Mr Win Lawrence of strangulated hernia The funeral services were con ducted by Rev L D Stucker at 2 oclock Monday afternoon and the remains were laid away at North Fork Cemetery Switzer WOODS In Bowling Green on Sunday Dr John D Woods of heart disease aged 76 years Dr Woods was a hightoned Christian gentleman He had lived in this city when Public Printer and editor of the Capital newspaperHis is sincerely mourned by a large circle of warm friends in this city of whom we are proud to be onefBURKAt Choateville on Tuesday night Miss Maggie Burk aged 21 years daughter of MrI John Burk consumption Miss Burk was a modest indus trious and lovable girl The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Father T S Major from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Thursday morning and the remains were laid away in the Catholic Ceme teryJOHNSONMary Sharp Mc Ewan was born in Frankfort Ky September 5 I860 and died in this city May 3G 1900 aged thirty six years eight months and one day She was the youngest child of William and Elizabeth Mc Ewan who were old residents of this city where they both died some years ago She was married to Mr h F Johnson of this county November 28 1892 with whom she lived happily until her death To them were born five children two girls and three boys who are now left to mourn the loss of their best earthly friend Mrs Johnsons health began to fail about six months ago and all that earthly friends and the best medical skillcould do for her relief was of no avail Death it is said loves a shining mark and this was true in the case of our sister Born of religious parents she was early brought under the influence of religion She was con verted and united with the Methodist Church when she was a small girl and ever after was a consistent member of that Church She died as she lived in the full tri tL bit iR 1BothJUST RECEIVED 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 Go odol Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure mpim tELab rtorr oraoDwt- ttsaanla ioU6A 0fcwrf What Yarn Cat JtfcM thm lrath EwfAm m AM for the 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar I sale by J W Gayle ittmphs of the gospel When asked at last about her spiritual state she answered All is well She was a tireless worker in her Church Was president of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the local Church fo many years Truly one of the best pf our women is gone Her sun went down while it was yet day But we sorrow not as those who have no hope Gods providences are past finding out but in that glad nfternwhile som- tide e well understand Till that day farewell She leaves beside her husband and five children one brother Mr Ben H McEwan of Kansas City Mo and one sister Mrs J Andrew Cain of Vorsailleg and a largo circle of relatives to mourn her departure The sympathy of many friends and relatives goes out tq the bereft V MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the home of S C second superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was re stored from the dreadful complaint he names Ho says 0My 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 threo 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 60o OS gTOatIA IB6lI the A 8ooht Dyspepsia Cure OllMk ttUhUS tlm i si at tit trill er ant YniT IAsk PEA RIDGE lMr Oran Clipper has erected a It very pretty residence in Cheat ville and will shortly move his 1i family to it i greatlyroccupied by Mr Lon Sudduth L Miss Miles of Shelby is the guest of Miss Julia Long y Quito a number of young ladies and gents were the guests of Miss Goldie Sudduth last SundayI I eveningIFrost saddened our table pros pects by killing most all the early beans in the neighborhood Fruit uninjuredMiss of South Frank fort who has been the guest of Dnrlil1gtonhns Mr J A Edge of Lexington was here this week to see his little sister who has been quite ill Miss Edith and Lacofiold Edgetwho have been visiting ter Mrs Wilifred Lacefield oF Fair View near Benson have re turned home This whole community is sad MnggieBurkMr John and Mrs Dora Burk She was of a most lovable disposition a true member of the Catholic Church and her parents arid neighbors have suffered a severe loss in her early death of gallop ing consumption Our sympathy out to her l IIcomfort J a phlegmHoalingW Gayle rt S D JOHNSON S I Group of Special Bargains for May White Goods for- Commencement Dresses 20c India Linen this week15c lac Persian Lawn this week 19c Dress Goods3- 3c for Molmirs worth 50c 49c for Molmirs worth 75c 73c for Mohairs worth 100 98c for Mohairs worth 125 119 for Mohairs worth 150 Wash Belts 15c Wash Belts this week 9c 25c Wash Belts this week 21c GOc Wash Belts this week 49o Lingerie Waists We have the most beauti ful assortment ever brought to Frankfort l RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector Sunday May 20 980 a m SundayEohnol Rev Benj M Ansell of Souchow China will preach at a m I The rector vlll preach at 730 p m 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon prayer at 4 p in Everybody invited to attend R PTIST CHURCF H M B tins P r 9st i ash at i i an- undav jchooi uc a lapel Baraos class at 946 ugbt by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 inchapelLeader Subject Christian Recreation lnR on Wednesday night at 1 chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a m and 730 Sundayschool at 980 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 In the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m i Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev H E Dosker D D of the Theo logical Seminary Louisville will occupy the pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning at hand at 780 p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Yislors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Yiught the pastor will preach at a in and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a in Epworth League at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening 45 p in erybody Invited to attend f SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Win Crowe pastor will preach at a m and 780 oclock IP m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 630 p m w Prayermooting Wednesday at 730 oclock Everybody Invited to attend e YOUNG LADYS NARROW ESCAPE On Wednesday morning Miss Lula McDonald daughter of Mr Jim Clay McDonald was sitting in a buggy on St Clair street when the horse became frightened and Miss McDonald touched him with the whip when the animal made a dash down the street toward Broadway Just then a hind whoql of the buggy came oil Miss McDonald became fright oiled and when in front of the store of Messrs F J Heonoy jumped from tho vehicle alight ing on her hands and knees her right knee limit and arm wore considerably bruised stud strained When soon by our reporter just aftorthe accident she seemed to bo suffering a good deal from both the bruises and the nervous hock She was however able to return home shortly after The horse was captured before further injury was inflicted t Handkerchiefs i Price for Gentlemens Initial Handkerchiefs 5c for Gents Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs 5c for Ladies Handkerchiefs 8c for Ladies Handkerchiefs lOc for Ladies Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs 12ic for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth 15c 1028c for Ladies Embroidd Hkfs worth20c 25c for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth35c 89c for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth 50c Silks Silks 35c for Foulard Silks worth oOc 39c for For Fancy Taffeta Silks 59c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 75c 69c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 100 98c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 125 Penangs Ginghams Cheviots llkolincs Ho at very low prices LETTER LIST The following la a list of advertised letters for the week ending May 19 1090 Anderson Mrs Mattie L Bailey James H MIBecamBenge Edmon Blackburn lion Gov Brown Mrs Millie Buckner John Clark Miss Katherine Dudley Co Fnrlnbore Miss Frances Fuhs Mrs Mary M Gordon John BerryHarrod Maggie Horgan Daniel Houston Black Hyde H J Kendall Fbylis HarryLain Lancaster Mrs Frankie Lawson Miss Lulls Manager Roller Rink McClanahan Clarence McCollum Wm Moore James Offutt Dr John N Ramsey Summer M Roberts W D Robinson Virgle Sfaggs Frank E Sinclair H S Smith Mrs Minnie Spencer J M Stinnett Ellie- Thompson Miss Lydia B Walts John GeorgeWeU Williams J H Williams Arthur Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M e NEW ENTERPRISE Mr Guy Barrett has opened a quarry upon his property on thta northside of Devils Hollow and will establish a rock crusher at the mouth of the hollow so as to be convenient for shipping the output of the quarry upon the electric railway Do You Want to Know What You Swallow There Is a growing sentiment in this country In favor of MKUICINKS OF KNOWN COMPOSITION It is but natural that one should havo some interest in the compo sition of that which ho or sho is expected to swallow whether It bo food dr uk or this growing disposition- on the part of tho public satisfied that the fullest can only add to the wellearned reputation of his medicines Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y has taken time the forelock as it wore and Is publishing broadcast a list of all tho Ingredients entering into his leading medicines the Golden Medical Discovery the liver invigorator stomach tonic blood purifier and heart regulator also of his Favor to Prescrip tion for weak over worked broken down nervous and Invalid women This bold and outspoken movement on the part of Dr Pierce has by showing exactly what his wellknown medicines are composed of completely disarmed all critics who have heretofore un pamphlethasmedical authorities of all the soveral schools of practice showing tho strongest endorsements by leading medical writers of tho several Ingredients which enter into Dr Pierces medicines A copy of this little book is mailed fret to any one de siring to learn snore concerning the valu able native medicinal plants which enter Into tlio composition of Dr tierces med icines Address Dr Plerco asabove Dr tierces 1loasant Pellets are tiny sugarcoated antlblllous granules They reg ulate and Invigorate Stomach Liver and llowels Do not begot pill habit but euro constipation Ono or two each day for a laxative and regulator threo or four for an active cathartic Onco tried always In favor 50000 LIVEN AWAY in copies of The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser a book that bold to the ox tent of 500000 copies a few years ago at 150 nor copy year wo gave away worth of these invaluable books Tills year wo shall Blvo away 50000 worth of thorn Will you share in this benefit It so send only SI to cover cost FOIIYw for book still yaporcoversor3lstamps for B V Pierce Buffalo N Y L a Ribbons No 40 AllSilk Ribbon this week Oc 6in TalTota Ribbo i this week25c 0in Messaline Ribbon this week 20c Corsets4- 9c for Corsets with Suspenders 78c for Corsets worth 100 9Sc for Corsets worth 125 119 for Corsets worth 15- 0Hosiery 15c Hose this week 9c 25c Hose this week10c 85c Hose this week25c 40c Hose this week 82c 50c Hose this week 42c Beautiful assortment Val Laces and Embroideries at wonderfully cheap prices For the Roundabout A FARMDALE EPISODE Guess you nil know Uncle Martin 0 the Fnrmdale neighborhood Got one eye thats kind o flickered An his bearln aint much good An you know Little Benson Whar they hold their meetlns down An the deacon Uncle Peter An the Rev Robert Brown Well It was the big June nieetin An the darkles near an far Had turned out to git religion They had come from everywhar Every one had brung a basket Jist accordln to his means Anywbares from cake an chicken Ter bog jowl an turnip greens They had most o em come early An expected to stay late An the eatin an the dreankln An the talkin it war great Both Jack Vinegar an Jordon Had drlv out from Frankfort town One to exercise his filly One to help the Rev Brown They had had eleven sermons An some eighteen prayers or more An the roosters midnight crowin Mingled with the preachers roar They had warmed up pretty smartly With the preachin an the gin Sister Wright had got ter shoutln Uncle Peter chlppin in Uncle Martin was adozln Way up on an amen seat Mid a hum o jubilation An the pat o hands an feet Everything was movin lovely An had caught the swing an sway An the preacher was asplttin Every word that come his way But jist then thar was a racket On the outside by the door An a pistol shot an cussin An a rock bounced on the floor It had shattered through the window Plump on Martins abdomen An the howl he set up silenced All the racket there an then An they all come crowdln round him As he groaned an kicked bls feet An they drug him from the floor But hed fall back an repeat Oh my Lord youve killed old Martin Now I guess youre satisfied Guess youll stop this here cavortin Burry me by Mlllys side H HI- A e LAZY LIVER A torpid ItiacHve liver can pro duce more bodily ills than almost Anything else clean the system out occasroually Stir the liver up and gut into shape generally The best results are derlvod from the use of DnWitts Little Early Risers Reliable effective pleasant pills with a reputation Never gripe Sold by J W Gayle e a A CLOSE CALL While at work on repairs for a gas pipe in a deep ditch on Tues day Mr Win Gordon an em ploye of the gas company chine very near being asphyxiated When discovered by some fellow laborers wits almost gone Remedies wore at once used for his recovery FENCE POSTS FOR SALE I have a flno lot of Locust Fence Posts for sale Inquire of JAMES GOINS R F D No3 Frankfort Ky 80lm e e Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you sat tf u TRACTION MAGNATES HERE A party of eighteen capitalists interested in the Traction Com panics in Central Kentucky came to this city on Wednesday after noon on special cars attached to the 420 L N train They werejmet at the depot by a delegation of the Business Mens Club seated in carriages and taken to the various points of interest about the city Upon their return from an in spection of the property of the company here they were taken to the Capital Hotel where a de lightful supper was served by the management of the hotel A number of speeches were made looking to the furtherance of the work in hand and in extending the glad hand to the visitors The visitors seemed pleased with the condition of affairs and de lighted with the hospitality shown them by the Business Mens Club They left later in the night to inspect their properties in and around Lexington The building of the traction line leading from this city is now an assured fact that to Versailles being the first to be undertaken sA BAD BURN For a painful burn there is nothing like DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imita tions of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo on the marketsee that you get the genuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sunburn cuts bruises and especially recommended for piles The name E C DeWitt Co Chi cago is on every box Sold by J W Gayle OPENING OF GLENWOOD- PARK Glenwood Park the new name for the Cove Spring Purkus formally opened on Monday night last by the Elite Stock Co under the management of Mr D J Mc Nainara Owing to the improved service rendered by the new owners of the Traction Line a large crowd were enabled to attend the performance and without nny uneasiness as to transportation back to the city at the close of the entertainment Early in the evening the Second Regiment Baud were placed upon one of the new open cars find pro ceeded around the loop 011 the South Side and covering the whole line in the city discoursing lively and attractive music inaugurating the opening of the Park The orchestra furnished the music at the auditorium during the pr forimmce The extravaganza The Senator from Kentucky was rendered very acceptably by the company in charge There was a good crowd out to the initial performance and the outlook is favorable for this pop ular resort to become more and moro popular as the hot weather ope us up ADJUDGED OF UNSOUND MIND Mr John L Scott was adjudged of unsound mind in Judge Pols groves court on Saturday and ordered sent to tho Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum itc IdML Notions lIe2c for ono Roll Tape 2e for a Paper PinsJ4c for Card Safety Pins 4c for Feather Stitched Braid 5c for Card good Pearl Buttons 1 5c for good Tooth Brushes 5c for good Dressing Combs 5c for Cake good Soap J oc for Asbestos Iron Holders lOc for Wafer Dress Shields Lawns Sc lOc Lawns this week cJ124c Lawns this week lOc 15c Lawns this week12c 85c Organdies this week25c h t NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNINGBRAVERYOF On Thursday afternoon three little lads of some nine or ten years of age living in Bellepoiut went to a raft of logs near by and as usual with boys were having a good time when one of them Her man Allen slipped into the water and but for the bravery of one of his companions Wilson Long would have drowned He went down twice and was sinking the third time when young Long suc ceededafter two or three trials in catching hold of him and pull ing the unconscious lad on the raft and from hence to the shore where he proceeded to roll and punch Allen like a veteran until he restored consciousness when the lad was taken to his home and put to bed But for the bravery and deter mination of young Long the Allen lad would have surely drowned a BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1905 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0a m to 11 pLeaveevery m hour from 7 a m to 11 p m ex cept 9 and 11 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 6a m to 11 p m except S and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 8 and 10 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10n m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 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 office 404 West Main street E T Phone 010 Homo Phone 1274 It T GUNK Manager tfIIl DONTBe persuaded into buying cheap Hour You pay more for it than you do for tho bet USE n IiiE M And you know you HAVE THE BEST SOLD ONLY THROUGH GROCERS THE J E M MILLING Co Frankfort Ky r i k Wr t1i NliL01 For the Roundabout BOYS BOYSBOYS It has seemed to me always nu unfortunate thing that our great ancestor the first man Adam hnd no boyhood I recall often the story of his remarkable birth and even in my childhood was so irreverent as to question why Perhaps he would have grown up to become an obedient Godserving man instead of a dis obedient one had he known the joys of childhood the pleasures of boyhood but the fact of missing that one event speaks of the wisdom ofa just cause and the sub divergence of the small boys proclivities There are all kinds and classes of boys good bad and indifferent but the majority are These we find every where and in nil conditions They are made of dirt and stone and a very few with flesh and blood characteristics Every one full of and goaheaditiveness provided the path leads their way and in the right road of their direction A few pause and consider one or two ask for information the others know it all Who but a boy knows where the best fishing places are the blackberries time water melon patch the orchard of green appes the swimming hole and in winter where the coasting is finest and the rabbits are ripest As a general rule we expect too much of boys consequently are frequently disappointed when they fail to come up to our stand ard of excellence And if they were not so full of muscular energy so devoid of sensitiveness we might by our harsh and hasty criticisms mar the shapening mortal or break the quickening spirit My heart goes out to the boys I love them For the sake of one little boy who died and for whom to this day my very soul cries out I welcome each and every lad who comes my way The one who went away taught me the lan guage of boyhoods fraternity there is a sign grip and password to this chamber ot sweetest sympathy and together we drove and rode went afishing hunting played marbles and were hale fellows well met He died and the grave is far off in the land of the Lone Star but today after long years of sorrow and separation I thank God that He gave me a glimpse into a boys heart that He taught me how to become acquainted with boys also the sweetest privilege of speaking a word in their favor and advo eating their cause in every phase of condition and circumstance Happy is the mother who is so blessed as to have had hoys in the home It is a consecrntin The silent and quiet boy has artistic tendencies Perhaps more studi ous than disposition to work Do not force such a one to do hard labor but try by every possible means methods and measures to find out his thoughts inclina tions and desires and then give him the best possible aid assistance The timid dependent boyrequires a different training He it is who stays closest to mother Is glad to assist her in little duties about the house gives her shy sweet caresses when no eye is looking and shuflles awk wardly in hiding when a stranger comes in unexpectedly- Do not use harsh words or severe punishment to correct these de fects Doubtless he will overcome these characteristics by discipline himself for I have often noticed that sudden and immediate danger brings to light latent heroic qualities in a boy who was thought to bo tied to his mothers apron strings and wouldnt II have Saudi enough in his craw to tight Natures like these are as unex pected as cyclones and when once aroused are as dangerous Then smart Alexy boys are precocious as to mental growth These have had too much license and too lit tle restraint Allowed to ai views and talk back to the detri ment of politeness but after there is not much harm done 811 either become bill posters spokenlenderNature abhors a vacuum and there must of necessity be some material to fill up space Every day there comes under my observation the study of boys Those who are truthful by birth 3YiY4vr I Gt jL and breeding and those who pre fer equivocation and falsehood to truth and respectibility or con trariwise The truant the lover of school the idler who fishes in a small boat away from a crowd and the boy with a dog who creates excitement by setting his dog on the other boys dog when he knows that that dog will be the under dog in the fight Its a scientific education study of boys and the thisI he considered is that so many these tender plants grow with thriftiness into perfected and mature manhood without any train ing whatever into sensible citizens and gentlemen Jesus was a bo gentle and lov ing in disposition sweet amiable and respectful in demeanor Reverent obedient industrious a student of nature with nudI guidance His mantle of ness must have fallen upon the boys who came after Him who follow along in his footsteps weary and heavy laden oftentimes hut positive as to the future decisive as to the present resigned in failures of past endeavors reIdeemions of them reason with them All these generous outputs of pleasant recreation mean much to them Base ball in particular Allow the game Abolish all the low and degrading tendencies con nected herewith and stake of it in reality a national game of which women might feel proud Athletic sports are healthful but not to doubtful dispositions All excesses are hurtful not alone to the physical but to the intel lectual and spiritual Train the boy to have high ideas and require that he live up to them Teach them to fear to do wron The antebellum gentleman is fast passing away The tendency of race progression is fast living faster eating rapid locomotion reckless and unsatisfied living and in the end spontaneous com bustion or an early demise If it is true that we are shod with the leather of our great ancestors old shoes it behooves the parents of the 20th century boys to educate them back to lost and neglected principles ofa refined and cultured imagination feelings of sentiment for motherhood and wifehood nay all those beautiful and ideal concentrations L3DYIts easy Money Thousands of boys all over this country who never had much money to call nowtat the merry jingle in their pockets made by selling THE SATURDAY EVENING POST Friday afternoons and Saturdays They have no better chances they are no brighter than you Its just thisinstead of dreaming about the 1good times to come they got right to business and hustled for what they wanted You can do the same Dont lose any time about it Write a letter today asking us to send you our hand some booklet about boys who make money also the complete outfit for starting in business Withthiswillcometenfree copies sellrat you as many copies as you need at whole 1sale prices As an inducement good work we give among other prizes watches sweaters etc to boys who sell a certain number of copies And in addition 250 in Extra Cash Prizes EACH MONTH 1728 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa 111i of gentle dignity worth and loyalty so essential to a simple life Our boys contain within their own power the province of good government the making of history What an army confronts us What a destiny is before them Take up their righteous cause and counsel with them in pInyItrusting in them and God shall bring down a blessing upon us and our chief attraction will be our boys N S COX May 15 1900 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SignaturA of rOARNEGIE BRAVERY MEDAL Mr Rufus Combs of Midway has been awarded the first of what is known as the Carnegie Bravery Medals for exhibitions of great bravery in saving human life It is a handsome gold medal Mr Combs saved the life of Attorney Richard Godson at the risk of his own when Godson had been overcome by gas in the pit in which he had a gas machine at his home in Midway Combs ran a very narrow escape from death and was saved with difficulty after his brave rescue of Godson HAD A CLOSE CALL- Au dangerous surgical operation involving the removal of a malignant ulcer ns large as my hand from my daughters hip was pre vented by the application of Buok lens Arnica ve says A C Stickel of Miletus W Va Per sistent use of the Salve completely cured it1 Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25o nt nil druggists OASTOBXABears theThaSignature TIof SOUTHERNRAILW AY SHORTESTAND ROUTE FROM LouisvilleDanville Lexington TO St Louis and The West Two Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lex ington ns follows Leave LexingtonP45 a m Leave Danville 530 n m Leave Louisville 900 n m Arrive St Louis 612 pm Vestibuled Conches nnd Obfterva tion Cafe Car Leave Lexington 500 p Leave Danville 445 p Leave Louisville JOJ1C p Arrive St Louis 732 a Puhnan Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most Direct Line to CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA KNOXVILLE CHARLESTON and- JACKSONVILLE and all Southeastern points includ ing Asheville N C and the beau tiful Laud of the Sky and Tox away Country Send Jicant stamp for Land o tho Sky Booklet and other illus tratod literatureW D T Lexington Ky H C KING C P T A 111 E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Trv P Agt Ill E Main Lexington K A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger 234 Fourth Ave Louisville G B ALLEN A G P A St LoulBMo Iiwtidlilltilht b 4 JtfI The Kind You Have Always Bought and which lists been in use for over 30 years has hoiyio the signature of and been under supervision its Allow one this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger time health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee destroys Worms anti allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A4 Bears the 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 WESTBOUNB 1No2 P M Leave No AM per Bun P Ar 11225 Lexington 810 Winchester 520 858 Clay City 489 406 Stanton 828 485 Natural Bridge 1449 Torrent 84T 511 Junction 8re 610 625 225 94I and except Sunday train daily except Sunday Hand mace close connection at O K Junction for points on O JK connect at L E Junction with tho C O Ry for Mt Sterling and connect at Junction with tho L A for and local R CHARLES SCOTT Manager G P A AND = IIStaUon 11 Beattyville 1010I 726I LeaveNo ITackson Beuttyville Beattyvillo OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY DailyEx Ex SundI Stations lA MLvelPM LyeJAMAr P M Io 285 Jackson 880 1120 O K Junction 835 1126 158 Wilhurst Ub 1152 g 880 152 Hampton 1158 128 City 510 122J Ie gI I2J HehChawa 518 1228 17WI Cannel City 545 1245 27I Nos and will close connection at O K Junction with Hand for on Lexington Eastern L CONLEY Superintendent Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in elect February HHl6 subject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West nail Southwest hailsm1for Washington Italtiinorc Philadel 1lhia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 018 A and 7411 M Dally Ii3lyr N and C O Time Table Trains South Western Express 310 pm amtf0 0 Lou Express 909 am- G0 Limited 614 pm Trams North- Lexington Express 420 pm Lexington Express 949 am- y Frankfort Acc m 614 pm Cn O Atlantic Ex 1018 Oiet 0 Atlantic Ex 741 pm Sunday k N Iv 766 Sunday L N ar 721 A V HITS AGENT fty II itIIiL liJtdr has made his sonal since infancy no to deceive you in is It It It It It MIs DailyEx INo1 AMIAr1 2- NoS- Dally 606 j 480 401 other tho Ry and JyRy J No No Ex Sund Ex IM Ar 0 280 Lee 105 make I points the and RailwayM 3L L am IMPORTANT CHANGE Louisville llollorsoff and St Louis Railway HENDERSOH ROUTE m 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 Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Kea 1 It J