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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wf i r r 8lelorieal oole iilf pX7 THE FRANKFORt ROUNDABOUT i A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TQOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IGEO l i XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JURDAY MARCH 2 1907 No 24 SPLENDID SPEECH Addressed of Hon W O Davis Be fore Y M CA Banquet We give below the splendid addr- of Hon W O Davis delivered at the banquet given to the Y M C A Con vention on Friday evening Feb 22 It Is a gem rnd will well repay perusal Our Raw Material Mr Toastmaster and Gentlemen of the Convention I congratulate myself this evening that the toast to which I have been requested to respond requires n labored definition or explanation have but to announce that Our Raw Material that is the raw material o the Y M C A is The Small Boy and the subject is at once photo graphed upon your minds eye and the picture hangs in bold relief on Memorys Wall You know him you have met him in fact you hav been him therefore you are perfectly W familiar with his Majesty the Small Boy He is a Cosmopolitan found in all countries all latitudes and longi tudes and as far north as man has i1Jever penetrated and if the north pole is ever discovered doubtless he will be found there trying his level best to climb it with his Sunday clothes on- Whether you find him clothed in furs amid the eternal ice and snow of th f Arcitlc regions or clad In fig leaves and atmosphere under the burning I rays of the Equators sun be is th t same paradox and phenomenon Hon or why his life Is spared and he is per il witted to reach manuoods estate is beyond the ken of the finite mind 11 The Small Boy that I have know was not the Ideal Small Boy you rea about in Sundayschool books wh Ilasu s his conduet byqthejGolde ntiIe 1Sn das or bis platform of p principles the Ten Commandments upon which he stands pat whose con versatlon is yea yea and nay nay who goes about doing good visitin the sick feeding the hungry and cloth ing the naked until the grim rider of the proverbial pale horse takes himI up for acafater down the valley of the shadow of death and on to that mysterious country from whose bourne no traveler ever returneth This species of the homo genus had canter ed away or been shelved in books before I came upon the scene I Now there is George Washington whose birthday we celebrate today he is held up In his youth as one ofj the ideal and model small boys made a specialty of truthfulness but I never met George he like the others of his ilk had passed off the stage of life before I came on consequently any information regarding him is al together hearsay which is not alto gether reliable I have known small boys to possess hatchets and to cut trees and to be caught but never knew of one when discovered In the act striking an attitude like G W Is represented as doing with his left hand on his breast and right hand grasping the destructive hatchet and pointing to his handiwork exclaim l1Jwith apparent pride Father I did It with my litle hatchet I cant tell a j lie and then to have his father fall on his neck and weep tears of 2paternal pride That kind of confes 1sian and reception may have been con venti anal back in the eighteenth century In Georges day but if one of my companions had been detected by hci paternal ancestor In my day and generation engaged In the similar pleasing pastime of felling fruit trees with his little hatchet the attitude and condition would have been entire ly different and something like this a hatchet dropped behind him in the- weeds finger in his mouth and trembling say It blew down or I t didnt go to do it and in the sequel ithere would have been no homily pro on truth no shedding of tears that Is of parternal pride or wasting of salutations but a limb of that felled tree in the hands of thoi Irate father would have served to point a moral and teach a lesson that would make him tingle to think a about in after years and after the operation was over and his tempera I t ture had fallen to its normal state he would steal out to the stump of that felled tree and bury in common sepulchre his hatchet and his faith In the story of George Washington mssThen there is another ideal beIYa whom we read about and used to weep over that embodiment and perj Bonification of obedience that ridiculously absurd and impossible character the creation of poetic fancy little Casablanca who stood on the burning deck whence all but hi had fled etc Oh well do I reme Casabianclin 3 a his heroism and lamented his fate echoIof commencement schoolEt noble theme and arose before the eager anxious audience and gave to them my Interpretation of it how I worked my big toe into a knot hole so as to give my body sufficient leverage mightrsway as sways d It Now my theory about Casablanca Is first he was a small chunk of airy nothingness to which the fertile and poetic brain of Mrs Hemans gave local habitation and a name or sec ond if mistaken in the first con jecture and ho really did exist and had the experience with which he is creel dldnet was e couldnt swim and true to the nature of the small boy showed even thirdvcorrect runsIThe boy stood on the burning deck peckngodcause e thorn thirstyxsoulpantedf6p r imtu PPT ouu tue artI panteth for the water brook yet itI only found in his stead his erring brother the real boywhom I have higIt have gambolled on the green and gambled with marbles on the street with whom I have gathered nuts by day and watermelons by night who has chewed my gum and whose I have chewed with whose nose myE fist has frequently come into contact and vice versa especially vice versa I can almost see the stars now that saw so plainly then I have in factI paddled with him along the shores time and been paddled with himI time to timeEI wish I were capable of painting a his picture this evening but it would tax the genius of the Old Masters to paint his picture true to life and do him Justice to put into colors tha glow of health and mischievous lookC to catchthe gleam of his eye and polo of his heau and the general outline of his picturesque person as he stands barefoot with hands in his bulging pockets leaning against the fence de bating in his mind soliloquizing with an earnestness that Hamlet never knew To go to school or not to go to school thats the question Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the confinement of the school In room and the platitudes of the teacher Or to play bookie and have a good time To play hookie and perchance get caught Aye there is the rub Observe him please after his mind is made up and he has concluded that hookie is the correct thing with 8 fishing pole swung over his shoulder and a can of worms in his headed for a pond little he careshandis the world wags or the school the fish bite There is so much of genuine humal nature In the makeup of the small boy he Is such a faithful likeness of out dead selves there hangs about him such a flavor and odor of Auld Lang handdinshort season over the paths trodden 4 by him long ago and now almost faded with memory to catch tho pulse of the past and toaken In our pulse of the past tad to waken in our hearts the echoes of tlipdays that are no more V The small boy is in ali probability prehistoric animal for lwe have traces of him at the verY dawn oft history we find here andVtbere his footprints along the sands of time we know they are his because there is only the impression of three toes the other two being stubbed ana wrapped t1in cotton I wonder it any distin guished gentleman present sever stub bed his toe in his youthful days and said gee whiz or words to that ef feet more or less I do not doubt that hcthrew rocks over the fence at the apples as they hung In abundance in thefiarden of Eden that he guyed as he wrought on the ark intiarsyting that in his opinion there much ofa shower but that he afterwards took passage with him Inithe ark played with the monkeys rode the elephants and slept with fhe dogs and used up Noahs supply of worms fishing out of the Windp that he was the first to sight anland on Mount Ararat and findiflgithjere a tin can attached it to the dogs ail that 1he sat upon the blocks olsiajrole and watched with a critical eye the con struction of the Tower of Biibel and added in no small degreett1the con fusion of tongues by calling out in derision more mort thate enjoy ed the discomfiture of Pharapv by the plagues that he took ap eminent andnwanderings of the children of Israel In the wilderness threw rocks at the quails greedily gathered and ate more than his share of the manna and WAS made sick hence the origin of the expression which haa qiung to him ttq the pare eat day iW1JDa neredt the hel entered lR d n drew pictures of cats and dogs on the walls of the Tabernacle play ed leap frog on Sinai and when at andswaves of the Jordan were rolled back that the children might pass over on dry land he went either up or down the stream apiece and swam across in time to be among the first tomfor himself a bunch of grapes of Eschol He was theIwhen Joshua commanded the sun stand still but was not the son manded for Joshua was a better Judge of human nature than to attempt so impossible a task as to compel aE boy to stand still that he took hand and blew a horn at the de struction of the walls of Jericho and m fact has taken a hand and blown his horn in all of the prominent events frommtto the present time Adam is the only man whose name Is recorded in history with the possible exception of Dr Miary Walker who was not at one time or other a small boy and the sequel of Adams life demonstrates the necessity of that period and its experiences for had he ever been a small boy his taste for apples would have been satisfied In a measure in youth and he would have been able to resist the temptation to eat them his maturer years The momory of the aches and pains of that formative period would have nerved him to say NO I can claim with perfect candor and truthfulness for my subject that he goes all the gaits and climbs all the fences and nearly all of the trees and quite a few of the lightning rods and telephone poles I have seen him engaged In a pugilistic encounter at a m in Sundayschool at 9 at- aching a can to a dogs tail at 10 demurely In the family pew dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before at 11 eating a meal that would tax the digestive organs of a whale at 12 throwing rocks over the fence at the neighbors cat at 1 practicing bareback riding on the cow at 2 to the story of the good and boy as read by mother at 3 listeningI upon his hands on the stable bruised and bleeding and in bandages at 5 sleeping as sweetly as a babe upon its mothers breast i t fl Great sale of Unfleniiiislins cottonfabricsCorset Covers I5c Only a limited num wonderfulMuslin Drawers I5j These are made plain cheaperthanthem 60c Gowns These are made full size 49c Gowns with yokes neck and sleeves embroiderycCorset Covers qualitymuslinanti trimmed with insertion and edges to matc- hChildrens Pajamas 25c These are made of inbackt Childrens Drawers raot We and 125 150 to 850 A of at oOc 7oc 100 at 6 oclock and storing up energy etc for the day It must that this was not one of his days either because It was the Sabbath day of rest and he was it as best he the lid on I have heard it said that genius had never a battery and never would I invite the attention of the World to my subject The Small Boy The electric currents are along and through his the very earth seems to charge him with this mystic power fSI Gowns 89ti itnentneck yokes high or lowi85c Petticoats 69c i These are of rood muslin iL IOtuckst Some are tucked and ruffled with embroidery edge ir Hemstitched Drawers tktexcellentmed with neat tucks and hem stitching some edged with closedfo Gowns 75c These are rgowns made with yokes ofhknice embroidery neck ruffled with + taembroidery ISe t MiChildrens Gowns J J J I j If also offer splendid values in Gowns Petticoats at100 assortment daintyCorset Covers 85c and CR KAGIN BRO IjjjfortiKY4l43SIclairSfret especially following be understood busy observing couldwith inventive perfected storage probably Scientific constantly coursing anatomy trimmed embroider beautiful insertions beautiful when his right foot touches the ground a positive current is generat ed and when his left foot touches a negative current and these two are constantly coming into contact until he becomes a live wire indeed Why I have known him to shock an entire communitytLike death he has all seasons his own but makes a specialty offsummer when green apples abundant nor is he a respector ofcpersons the high and the low the rich and the poor are all grist for his Continued on page 4 r WOOD MANTELSH We have a nice Assort ment of Wood Mantels They are all the go now Come and see them I HAMMOND 4 CO 4 J 1540 SUIT IUR r PERSONAL Dr C A Fish has returned from a trip to Louisville Col Jno K Hendrick of Paducah was here on Wednesday Miss Viola Heise has returned from a visit to New Orleans La Col Chas E Hoge has returned froth a trip to Cincinnati Judge WhE Settle has returned from a visit to Louisville Hon W O Davis of Versailles was in the city on Thursday Miss Sallie Chinn has returned from t a trip to New Orleans La Mr Louis Lea of Shelby county was in the city on Monday Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Sterling was a visitor here this week Mr E C Stephens and wife have t returned from New York City returnedw om lr Ctt Mw Rev J O A Vaught returned yesterday from Harrodsburg Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick Is the i guest of Miss Lettie Lee Peter Dr H S Keller and wife visited friends in Cincinnati this week Miss Mary Belle Taylor visited friends in Louisville this week Miss Anna Bell Chinn visited friends in Louisville this weekI Mr W S Farmer returned Satur day night from New York City Gen W J Hendrick of New York City was in the city this week Mr N T Armstrong of Georgetown was in the city on Monday Miss Pauline Scearce has returned from a viait to relatives at Bagbad Miss Pearl Hayden of Lexington is the great of Miss Gertrude Shaw Senator E K Rennaker of Cyn ithiana was in the city Wednesday Rev A Paul Bagby and wife visit ed relatives in Louisville this week Mr Wm Cromwell made a busi ness trip to Versailles on Tuesday Mr W J Roberts and wife left Saturday for at trip to Chicago Illst Miss Alice Farmer returned Satur day from a visit to Holiins Institute Va Gen Fayette Hewitt visited the Con federate Home at Pewee Valley thisI weekIDr Jno P Stewrrt left Saturday for New York City and other eastern points Miss Ida Dowling of Lawrenceburg is the guest of her sister Mrs J 1I Lettie Crowe has returned from a visit to her old home in Rich mond Miss Bernice Scottow has return cd from a visit to friends in Wood ford county Mr Jno M Bull wife and son John Jr returned Tuesday from a visit to LouisvilleMrs Crutcher of Lexington was the guest of her sister Mrs J W Tichenor this week Mr and Mrs Suprrier of Louisville fl oioiJll cJ IfJ J i1lM j ri i Weitzels Leaders This Week We have just received 25 dozen new Shirt Waists Greatest values we have ever shown at oOc 75c 100 25 dozen of the celebrated R G Corsets at 50c and 100 One lot Handsome Tailored Suits Greys Blues Greens Tans and Backs at the popular price of 1500 to 2500 Special values in Spring Jackets Dress Skirts CHARLES J WEITZEL attended the burial of Miss H B Todd on Wednesday Col Dick Johnson of Lawrenceburg was in the city on Thursday and made us a pleasant call Miss Virginia Chinn has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs San- Mason at Jetts Miss Mary P Lewis of Woodlake is visiting her brother Dr Jno A Lewis in Georgetown Mrs Jno E Miles was the guest of her daughter Miss Mary Keith Miles in Lexington this week Miss James of Lexington who was the guest of Mr Albert Umethun and wife has returned home Mrs Geo M Baldriclc of Lebanon was the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Tobin this week Mrs Fannie G Thompson who has been spending the winter In Washington City has returned home Mr Pat Bohannan who Is to play baseball with the Denver Club left T sday for that city Irs S Pelosi of Versailles was the guest of her sister Mrs C Fu gazzl Broadway this week Capt James L West of Estill county was the guest of his brother Capt I T West this week Rev J O A Vaught was called to Harrodsburg Monday by the serious illness of his mother Mr Frank Cannon was the guest his brotherinlaw Mr Jno P Starks in Louisville Sunday Mrs A B Rust who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs A C Van Winkle has gone to Louisville Hon Thos G Stuart of Winchester- was the guest of his brother Mr Jno H Stuart on Wednesday Mrs C Gran Graham of Lexington who was the guest of her sister Mrs Mollie Thomas has returned home Mr Jno M Bull wife and son were called to Louisville Saturday by the death of a relative of Mrs Bull Messrs YoO Davis J Andrew Cain and W H Edwards of Versailles attended the Y M C A Convention Rev C R Hudson was called to Franklin Ind Tuesday by the death a close friend Mr Frank Record Col S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis was here this week looking after the Old Judge Distillery which he owns Midshipman Harry J Abbett left Tuesday for New York City to re port for duty on the U S Battleship W G Goodwin was called to Jetts on Monday by the cserlous ill ness of her mother Mrs Margaret QuinRev L N Thompson of Owen county is the guest of his mother Mrs Ed Porter Thompson Fourth Helen ORear Miss Clark and Miss Sara Catlett of Science Hill Academy Shelbyvllle spent Sunda hereMrs Margaret Bridgford who has been visiting her son Mr W B Bridgefprd in Cincln mti has return ed home btJK Monday by the death of Mrs E W Perkins Mr Louis St J aromas of the Citizens Life Insurance Co was the city Tuesday and made us inI pleasant call 1MrsJ Church Tlnsley of New Orleans La who has been the guest of her mother Mrs J B Dryden Sr returned home on Monday Miss Lettie Lee Peter who has been the guest of Miss Mary Swigert Hendrlck at The Terraces has return ed to her home In Louisville Mrs R B M Colvin and daughter cf Falmouth who have been guest of her parents Rev T F Taliaferro and wife have returned home Mr Edwin M Dryden of Dayton Ohio was the guest of his mother Mrs J B Dryden Sr Sunday and Monday leaving for home Monday afternoonMr Troutman of Jessamine county spent night In thh city wltHjLlAkslster Mrs W F earttwh a atute to aten tie State Farmers Convention at Shelby villa Mr Herman Heise who has been in charge of the business of Messrs Heise Son during the absence of his daughter Miss Viola Heise returned to his home in Madison Ind on Saturday Mr Thos F Bradley Mr Dan Sommers Mr Jas A Hodges Miss Annie M Knott of Louisville MrI Jno T Bradley of Jellico Tenn and Mr Thos F Dunlap of Woodford county attended the burial of Miss Hallie B Todd on Wednesday morn ing SWITZER Miss Beulah Wiley of Frankfort was the guest of her sister Mrs W J Lynn last week Mrs A C Henry of Frankfort Is the guest of Mr S T Carter and wifeMiss Gertrude Smith who has been in Georgetown for the past week re turned home on last Tuesday Mr J HMcConnell has moved on the Macklln farm near this place Mr B F Head has returned from Cincinnati where he spent several days attending to business Mrs George Leatherman of Midway Is visiting Miss Kate Poindexter this Lillie G Carter who has been for the past eight months we are sorry to say Is no better Mr Matthew Hall and Miss Annie Hearst went to Frankfort on last Wednesday and were married by Rev M B Adams Mr Hall is a promi nent farmer of this place and has lived alone for the past fifty years We extend to them both our heartiest congratulationsMessrs and Noah Green returned home from Cincinnati last severalydays buying horses Mrs W J Lynn Is visiting her parents In Frankfort this week We are sorry to hear of Mr Jeff Jones Illness We are glad to se Prof J L Oliver back to school againFORGETMENOT t OUR 1 WAIST Our SOc Corsetf Get Busy And dont fail to see the handsomest and largest lot Furnishings we ever had Also laces including Real Linen Torchon and Smyrna Laces At Reasonable Prices LINENSThe cut in Waisting Linens still prevails WHITE GOODS Cambrics Long Cloths English and French Nainsooks and Muslins SATURDAY Special Cut on Skirts and Jackets r F J HEENEY Value JOHN DRISCOLL Jf 1rTheJOHN DRISCOLL I 2l6JSt Clair St Frankfort Kentucky It From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham KENTUCKY ALL OCOVERNORS l Qualitya Y EverFREE FREE The Evening Post has for several ears endeavored to secure pictures of nil Kentucky Governors and has at last succeeded iu securing them through the assistance of the Ken tucky State Historical Society- In order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged In a group in an uptodate Atlaa showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of all the presidents the United States Rulers and Flags of all nations steamship routes statistical data of the War also late maps of the United States Pan ama Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three national census and much other historical information This and valuable Atlaa la FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full years subscription by mail or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by only and that the sub scription price by or ngent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions dally and the latest edition is sent to each reader according to the that it will reach them The Evening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and best market reports r For all the people and against the grafter Independent always For the Home mitt Earning 1Hilt LOUISVILLE RV Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper 1 I To Stop a Cold with Preventlcs is safer than to let it run and cure It afterwards Taken at tho sneeze stage Preventics will head off all colds and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preventlcs are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling little 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you are chilly if you begin to sneeze try Preventlcs They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers WILLSON CLUBORGANIZED A number of the friends of Hon Augustus E Willson candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor met on Monday night and organized a Willson Club Tho following officers Wteitzel were electe- dPresidentA B Hammond Vice President G H Stehlin ofMrIn this city and county w I THE FIRST OF OUR NEW SPRING ROODS RRE IN UNO ON DISPLAY Because this store had always been foremost in presenting the best of the new styles in garments and fabrics for every seasonIthis announcement will attract wide interest h this city and vicinity Best styles bost materials best workmnnship are the prime features of the new garments rare combinations of weaves colorings and effects distinguish the new dress goods and silks and best values in everything will sin high favor for ad mirable array of spring goods i The same condition pravails in our rug department whore all the new designs await your coming earlyaIa Spring Suits and Separate Coat Snits in i Natty Eton Styles 1500 Highly tailored exclusive styles 1800 to 2500 COATS assortment and pretty ifLnrge 500 IF SHOULD DIE TONIGHT If I should die tonight My friends would look upon my quiet Before face they laid It In its resting place r And deem that death had left It most fair And laying snowwhite flowers against my hair J Would tenderness smooth it down with tearful And fold my hands with lingering caress Poor hands so empty and so cold to night If I should die tonight My friends would call to mind wit loving thought Some kindly deed the icy hands ha wrought haJd Errands on which the willing feet had sped 1The memory of my selfishness and pride My hasty words would all be put aside And so I should be loved and mourn tonight t If I should die tonight r Even hearts estranged would turn once more to met Recalling other days remorsefully The eyes that chill me with averted glance Would look upon me as of yore per chance i And soften In the old familiar way of For who could war with dumb un conscious clay So I might rest forgiven of all tonight j Oh friends I pray te night Keep not kisses for dead cold browIThe way is lonely let me feel them now Think gently of me I am travel worn My faltering feet are pierced with many a thorn Forgive oh hearts estranged forgive I plead dreamless rest is mine I shall 1When not need The tenderness for which I long tonight Belle Eugenia Smitht Preventics will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stake Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr Shoop Racine Wis will gladly mall you samples and a book on Colds free if you will write him The samples prove their merit Check early Colds with Preventics and stop Pneumonia Sold In 5c and 25c boxes by all dealers SKIRTS Unequalled style and quality at 500 Fine Voilo Pleated Skirts 9 10 1350 SpringModels ftpI k1qme4f KENTUCKY RIVER TOWING COMPANY Articles of incorporation were filed In the clerks office on Wednesday of the Dixie Towing Co which pro poses to build and operate a tow and freight boat to run In the Kentucky river Messrs E M Wallace Chas Armstrong W S Rossen and E H Elliott are the Incorporators The News No pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed If all Cough Cures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure is and has been for 20 years The National Law now re inth a cough mixture it must be printed 1on the label or package For this reason mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poisonmarks on Dr Shoops labels and none in the mad- tine else It must by law be on th label And Its not only safe but it is said to be by those that know i best a truly remarkable coup remedy Take no chance particularly- with your children Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Snoop package wit others and see No poison mark- there You can always be on th safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any other Sold by all dealers BAD FIRE AT LAWRENCEBURG Our pretty little sister city of Lawrenceburg was visited by a dis astrous fire on Friday morning early The Lawrenceburg Hotel was de- stroYed and other buildings damaged The Saloon of Mr S R Howser the hotel building was burned out The total loss was about 2500 with about 20000 insurance Mr Howsers loss above insurance vas 2000 CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is Impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism 01 any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else falls Mar 21y WASH GOODS Superb showing White Goods Colored Linens Ginghams and EmbroideriesRugs Curtains Larg est assortment ELECTED JANITORS The Board of Education has elected Mr John Dean and Mr Abe Gnm as Janitors of the white public school to fill the vacancy caused by the resig nation of Mr John Hayden FOUND AT LAST J A Harmon of SIzemore West Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constlpa tlon will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25 cents at all Druggist L N RECEIVES BIG LOT OF IVESI received order for fifty locomotives which was placed last December There were twenty moderen I L d N keeps to the front always tWORKE LI EA CHARM Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail in my foot week and at once appUed Buck lilast Arntca Salve NNtxyJullammatlon the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all Druggist 25 cents- CHICAGOS BEAUTIFUL WOMAN It was the statement of the Chicago Tribue that It had found the most beautiful woman in America and that she is a resident of the Windy City that aroused pride and resentment in our own midst This statement wasI made with the characteristic arrogance of Chicago and came really In the nature of a challenge to othe- sections But the people of the Wind City reckoned without their host Other States and other cities and sec tions may accept this statement as be ing a fact Not so with Kentucky It is a surprising claim for there are millions of women In our own great country and the majority of them are beautiful But the most beautiful of them all are in Kentucky They are you know they are and The Courier Journal knows they are It took the Chicago Tribune several months to find the woman who It Is now declared is the most beautiful in America It is confidently believed that no more than a day or so will be necessary to find a Kentucky woman who is the peer of this Chicago paragon of personal charms But this contest is to be made thorough It is to be conducted on a fair but sweep- Ing basis and the pictures of beauti ful women from every part of this State are to be submitted In this con test before a final verdict Is rendered I OLD TAYLOR PREMIERYKENTUSKY WHISKEY- E Frankfort Kentucky HI TAYLOR Jr eONS Proprietors l wr i ltI r1J lI Dress Goods Worsted Mixtures handsome effects 50c 52 Pnnnroma 125 quality Voile 100 SILKS 125 80 inch Black Taffeta 100 Pretty neat checks and stripes 75c r LEXINGTON COMPANYSUMMARY EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND iINo4 DailyEx No2 Stations LeaveI 3i 795 2b 11I819 Winchester 912 806 g00Y 61 910 410 Stanton B15 8411o17938 440 Campton 748 IJ I 1085 587 i 1043 545 Athofr g8 nJ5 610 R15 815 Tackson4I 810 IxL A E Junction Trains Rv for KieruV make connections with the c o l1Trains 128 and will connect with the Mountain Oen CamptonBClltt at Beattyvillr rl to and from 0 K Junction stations on the 0 tgBy t with the K SCOTTlBeattYvilleJOHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY Mls No DailyEx IA INo Stations = Lve lpM Lye JAMAr MAr =990 295 Jackson 890 11A 025 280 Junction 1125 848I 417 1152 l581Wilhurlt 480 1158 b0 1222 12EIforpointsWANTED 10 men in each State to travel distribute samples signsYper day for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills 178m KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IFOR CONSUMPTION GOc Price 100 II Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Street Car Schedule Cars leave Main and Ann streets FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT G15 and every 15 minutes un tit 1015 FOR PARK LINE C15 and every 45 minutes fur til 10 FOR LEESTOWN GUO and every 15 minutes un til 1030 FOR CEMETERY 030 and every 45 minutes un 1t1110 V Traction Co D SALLEE Supt Mi J Mb No DailyEx IDaily Ex Sand No DailjEx Dam I ArLc Junction M1oaor A M P o 0 O K 935 I a in p m a m i in a m p a in p F J Frankfort Ginciiai BO The Midland Route Local Time TableI- N EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 P oSjiA DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY IXoIH No88 20011 1rn kfutAI1li5I7211 YI b3121 Stamping rcuntl 2 Duvall 4 Slit i O Johnson 712 Georgetown SOIi 15o t as Depot 08SOilSSSJS Paris Junctn 83Art hvParis 830 Connects at Georgetown Union t CiKentuckyiontraiConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT VIA GEOIaiTOWIP MA MIIA IIPM Lt Frankfort Ar i8 lIb lArCineinnati int t BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATIy-VIA PARI- SAM PM P11- ihi Lv Franlfort Ar 715a715 251 Lv Georgetown ArLv Ar 5 GlOAr Cincinnati Lv 255 KENTUCK CENTRAL R POINTY t IICr AlrankfrtA 25A720P 7PI i 04A 020P A Paris LI 8 544P PS5021IiOOP10 A Cincinnati L 255P WIUYPresllntlGtlnl AtDr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood t Cerate ointment for the sUn la lIiJ TftEFianRfonRQimiiaDim1 r Entered at the postolllco at Fratikfonf Ken tucky us secondclass nuiilablu nutter GEO A LEWIS Prolr and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 2 1907 Y C A CONVENTION The Best Ever Held by That Body In ltateIThe Y M C A Convention which had been In session since Friday afternoon adjourned at 10 oclock o Sunday night It was the largest and best Con vention ever held by that organization In the State Upwards of 150 dole gates composed the body Busy sessions were held Friday afternoon Saturday morning after- noonr and evening The pulpits of the brllmembersing was held at the Opera House at 3 oclock p m for men only addressed by Mr Dodge A meeting for boys at the same hour at the Christian Church addressed by Mr Magill A meeting for ladles only at the same hour at the First Baptist Church ad dressed by Mr G N Bierce final meetings were held at the FiretI Presbyterian Church at 730 p m which closed up the business proper and the general round up at the same church at 830 oclock All the addresses were able attrac tive and well calculated to do good We wish In especial manner to commend the earnest searching and thrilling address of Mr Dodge at the Opera House on Sunday afternoon We wish that every man and boy In this whole community could have heard It It was filled with facts illustrations and warnings that every young man especially ought to know and give good heed to A marked feature of the Convention was the singing of the Male Quartette from the Highland Baptist Church of LouisvilleThe sung were tender rich in = melody and the truth of the gospel Verily it was the gospel in song The delegates expressed themselves as delighted with the cordial hospi tality with which they were entertained and enthusiastic at the future outlook of the organization Indeed It was a marvel considering how many families were suf fering from the prevailing Influenza that they were able to do the neces sary work at all ACCIDENT ON THE L N CUT OFF Late Friday afternoon a passenger train which was backing to Chris tlansburg on the cutoff when the tender jumped the track the engine and passenger car following The en glno and tender were overturned the fireman jumped and escaped but the engineer was caught under his engine and both legs badly mangled All trains were delayed over an lour fSPLENDID SPEECH Continued from page j mill He is out for fun and if they can serve his purpose he uses them otherwise like the Levite he passes by on the other side It Is an open Question whether he is a beast of burden or bird prey but it Is a settled fact that he is not always a thing of beauty nor is he a joy forever as ninny fond parents can testify but we are prepared to as sort without fear of contradiction n that Solomon in all his glory and pos sessions never had a better time When he arises in the morning and puts on his boots he says go to now will hare a good time this day and he generally does No cankering care stalks like Giant Despair between him and the Palace Beautiful For 1him the sun always shines either in the sky or In his heart UnliKe his doens not borrow trouble and worry ove petty cares for he has learned from nonthought for the morrow believing as he does with all of his heart and mind that the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself to him sufficient unto the tiny Is the evil or good thereof His observation and philosophy are akin to those of the old negro who said that he had noticed all of his life that whenever he got through March- he got through the remainder of the yearHe does not He awake at night worrying over the financial system ot the country nor does he congregate in large numbers on street corners malt ing exhibition of his dense ignorance on the subject by arguing pro an- con ho Is however in reality a pronounced monometalist r he prefers the nickel to either gold or silver anuses d it almost exclusively as a medium of exchange and if he could would use It at the ratio of 16 to 1 times as often as he does As a rule the small boy is not unusually neat at any rate he is no fastidiously so and if it be true tha cleanliness Is next to Godliness then he is not always next for like a true Kentuckian he is fond of his soil and clings to it with patriotic pride Like Tom Moores sun flower he turns to his God when he sets the same face he turned when he arose without the addition of a drop of water and In the absence of maternal vigilance he turns into bed at night with the same feet he turned out when he arose with the addition of several coats of dirt If we consider him in the light of the science of phrenology the small boy Is a wonder he has on his head bumps for which that science can not account and what is more remarkable still some of these bumps are change able for instance when under ofIscarcely discernible to the naked eye and then again there is the bump of combatativeness barely visible or perceptible to the touch while in the company of parent or teacher and yet on the playground It Is as large as his fist The small boy Is passionately fond of music not classical but natures melodies a Junebug solo charms him as nothing else can do give him a plain twine string attached to a June bugs leg and the Old Masters never drank deeper diviner draughts from the fountain of Melody than he forces from that reluctant and gaudy ed bug The birds in the trees andI rMost people know that if they have l been sick they need Scotts Emulsion to bring back health andstrength But the strongest point about Scott Jf Emulsion is that you dont have to be sick to get results from it It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat on thin people makes a fretful baby happy brings color to a pale girls cheeks and pre vents coughs colds andconsumption Food in concentrated form for sickand well young and old rich and poor And it contains no drugs and no alcohol ALL DRUOOIST 5Oc AND 8IOO the bees in the clover constitute his orchestras but there are times when the harmony of a hand organ with a monkey accompaniment soothes his restless soul as nothing else can do Oh glorous days of happy boyhood tilled with pleasure pure and unalloy ed out with top and ball and marbles the livelong day and home at night with mother Can we ever forget her goodnight kiss Though all other memories that cluster about the halcyon days of boyhood should fade the perfume of the flowers the music of the birds the days of fun and frolic of sunshine and happiness ol playmate and sweetheart of love and contentment yet through the maze and the mist of the fading years the tender memory of that goodnight kiss will over come to our weary brains- and hearts like the benediction that follows after prayer When lifes pilgrimage is ended and lifes duties are done and we come at last lifting up our hearts to where they are under stood I can wish no greater boon for any of us than that we may smile back into Gods face with the same pure glad lips that mother used to kiss Ah though we miss all else b- utiIIt is enough The small boy is the very embodiment of Charity for like Charity he is not puffed up except immediately after his meals he vaunteth not himself unless he Is larger than the lather boy he doth not behave him self unseemly while asleep and like Charity he covers a multitude of sins and yet with all of his faults we love him still Strange as it may seem when the Master was on earth and was asked by his disciples for a type of the citizenship of the New Jerusalem he disciplestHe had said thou art Peter and upon this rock I build my church but He laid His hands on the head of a child In all probability a small littleI and said of such is the Heaven Such as these are around us today about the hearthstone en twined in our affections and enthroned in our hearts dreaming of the future yearning to be men walk lag inolfttoot teps oh fearful thought Arewe leading them arightIs pathway upward Here is a raw material out of which the future citizenship of the Nation is to be onstructed Wlhat are we doing for his protection Are we too busy with our plans and schemes and ambitions to give thought to his welfare Are we standing with idle hands and folded arms while the gilded dens of vice are luring him to ruin Shall the sa loon devour forever and we raise no voice of protest This is the raw material out of which the homes of the Common wealth are in part to be constructed Shall they be Christian homes Did you ever stop to consider the meaning to weigh the influence of a Christian home a homewherein there is erected an altar to the living God a home wherein Christian parents rear in the fear and admontion of the Lord Christian children who go out into the world to build other Christian homes here is the first link an endless chain here is the be ginning of an influence that shall widen and widen until it touches the very shores of time There are other homes constructed out of this raw materialhomes of sin and sorrow of degredation and despair A few squares away there Is a home largely recruited from this raw material enclosed by stone walls and where the inmates peer through Iron bars An ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of cure So I plead for the boys tonight for a greater interest In their welfare for a broader sympathy with them in their struggles and temptations for greater generosity in subscribing to the Institutions that are working for their uplift Let us as men for what are we but boys of a larger growth whether old men middle aged men or young men stand by and extend to the boys a helping hand Then heres to our boyhood its gold and Its gray The stars of its winter the dews of Its May When we have done with our lifes lasting toys Dear Father take care of thy children the boysI 4 iqhI t tK rIt i 4yI ir t d Pleasant to takees I 5Itc oJ NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor f And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are ti pnormalare irritating to the intestines Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NauseousnessIBloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried i ALL DRUGGISTS5e AND 50c PER BOTTLE f Tobacco Bellows Blowers I Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers I Scythes and Snatches t slriIrk Thresher Machine OilY N Ji Tarpaulinsw i Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils E- tcCapitolFoundry Iiv j Ir Machine Coi HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of J Machinery and Machine pi 1f Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand m WE tSIxhorseTenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nlne horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist 200 Bushels CapacityIBOTH PHONES i 1A 1FN lVy 4yE J ExcessOf Smoking Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me deleterIousthan the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivfeelingthroat discomfort from sleeping on the left side and smothering spells at night when the sufferer has to fit up in bed to breathe ar the most common of a weak heart whodowarned in time by the following experience- I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in MilesNervine thedirections Bgforewas so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly severe around the heart times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the being it stoppedbeating DrMilesother remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELIJArfHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first jot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddressDr kOFFICAL CALL FOK REPUBLICAN CONVENTION 1907 Office Republican State Central Com r mittee Louisville Ky Feb 14th 1907 To the Republican Electors of Ken tuckyAt a meeting of the State Central Committee held this day it was ordered that a Delegate Convention be held In the City of Louisville at 1230I p m Wednesday June 19th 1907 for the purpose of nominating candi idates for Governor Lieutenant oGver tnor AttorneyGeneral Auditor Treasurer Secretary of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Commis J lafoner of Agriculture Labor and cs and Clerk of the Court of Appeals to be voted for at the Nov election 1907 It was ordered that County Mass Conventions be held to select Dele gates to the State Convention and that such County Mass Conventions be held on Saturday June 15th 1907 at 130 p m standard time in the countyseat town of the county for F which the Convention is held except In the counties of Boyd Campbell and Kenton in which said counties Mass Conventions shall be held in the cities of Ashland Newport andI Covington respectively and except in the county of Jefferson and city of Louisville where the City and County Executive Committees shall provide for the holding of conventions in each ward and a convention for the coun tty of Jefferson exclusive of the city 1ofLouisville It was ordered that in all county mass conventions and ward mass con ventions the vote of the conventions upon all questions shall be taken viva voce It was ordered that the County Exe 1cutive Committees shall give not less than ten 10 days notice of the time place and manner of selecting delegates by newspaper publication or by i notices posted in conspicuous places I in each voting precinct of the coun tyIIt was ordered that the basis of representation in the State Conven tion be fixed at ono delegate for each one hundred 100 or fraction over fifty 50 votes cast for Republican electors at the Presidential election forAentitled to representation as follows Adair 17 Allen 18 Anderson 10 6 Barren 21 Bath 13 Bell Bourbon 21 Boyd 25I 11Ballard13 Bracken 12 Breathitt 8 24 Bullitt 6 Butler 14 Galloway 8 Camp bell 58 Carlisle 5 Carroll 5 Carter 24 Casey 16 Christian 39 Clark 17 Clay 17 Clinton 9 Crittenden 17 Cumberland 10 Davless 34 Edmonson 12 Elliott 6 Estill 13 Fayette 39 Fleming 17 Floyd 12 Franklin 14 Fulton 6 Gallatin 3 Garrard 14 Grant 11 Graves 16 Grayson 22 Green 12 Greenup 20 Hancock 10 Hardin 17 Harlan 14 Harrison 15 Hart 18 Henderson h Henry 14 Hickman 7 Hopkins 123 Jackson 16 Jefferson 217 Jessa 12 Johnon 19 Kenton 63 Knott 5 Knox 22 Lame 9 Laurel 22 Lawrence 20 Lee 9 Leslie 11 Letcher 10 Lewis 24 Lincoln 16 Livingston 8 Logan 23 Lyon 7 Madison 2s Magoflln 14 Marlon 12 Marshall 9 Martin 9 Mason 20 McCracken 24 McLean 12 Meade 8 iuenefee 5 Mercer 15 Montgomery 13 Metcalf il Monroe 16 Morgan 11 Mtihlenberg 25 Nelson 13 Nicholas 11 Ohio 31 Oldham 5 Owen 8 Owsley 11 26rPowell 6 Pulaski 37 Robertson 4 Rockcastle 16 Rowan 8 Russell 11 Scott 17 Shelby 16 Simpson 9 Spencer 5 Taylor 11 Todd 1C lieWarren 27 Washington 14 Wayne 16 Webster 15 Whitley 32 Wolfe 7 Woodford 13 Total number of delegates 2055 Necessary to choice 1028 RICHARD P ERNST Chn TROS L WALKER Sec A CONTEST TO PROVE THE KEN TUCKY WOMEN MOST BEAUTFUL OF ALL The Courier Journal has Inaugurated a contest to prove that Kentucky women are the most beautiful in America This contest is now on and will extend over an indefinite period or rather until the most beautiful Kentucky woman has been found and decided upon by a competent Jury ot wmIed several months ago by the Chicago Tribune that the present contest was started Kentucklans and for that matter people everywhere know that Kentucky has the most beautiful women In America and that Is tantamount to saying the most beautiful in the world It is one of the most fragrant and historic of all the tradi tions love and treasured by the people of this Commonwealth that the women of the Bluegrass State are the peers of all others in the matter of personal charms Ask the stranger in any country or clime what he knows of the good State of Kentucky and as he talks of the section itself he will also speak of that bright est page In the Commonwealths history that page which tells of fair est womanhood And in any councilor conversation the world over where beauty is the theme there wlll be- found none to gainsay or deny Ken tucky a proud place among the best for the comeliness and graciousness of nature of her fair daughters BROTHER OF MR ED O LEIGH KILLED Mr Clinton B Leigh brother of Mr Ed O Leigh of this city was killed in a railroad accident near Salt Lake City Utah on Friday Mr Leigh was an editorial writer on a Salt Lake City paper and was a man of ability and energy- Mr Ed O Leigh of this city has the sympathy of many friends in his bereavement Cures Womans Weaknesses- We refer to that boon to weak nervous suffering women known as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription- Dr John Fyfo one of tho Editorial Staff of THE ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW says of Unicorn root Hclonlas DJofcu which is ono of the chief ingredients of the Favorite Prescription A remedy which Invariably acts as a uterInq invigorator makes for normal ac tivity of tho entire reproductive system Ho continues In Uolonlas we have a medica ment which more fully answers tho above purposes than any other drug with which I am acquainted In tho treatment of diseases pe women it Is seldom that a case Is seen which does not present some Indication for this remedial agent Dr Fyfo further ays The following aro among the leading Indications forIleloniasUnicorn root Pain or Caching In tho back with lcucorfhoa atonic the reproductive organs weakcondltiaiof depression and Ir diseases of the reproductive organs of women constant sensation of heat of the kid neys menfirrhagla floodingdue to a weak ened condition of the reproductive system imenoruGBMtaurressed or absent monthly period aWslnti from or accompanying an abno condition of the digestive organs and r mlc thin blood habit dragging lens Ions In the extreme lower part of the or less of the above symptoms e sO 10 nar an a e r erce s v r te- c n nil ogre ents oi wnicii Is Unicorn root or jueiomas and tho medical properties of which ItImost faithfully represents prominentingredientProf Finloy Elllngwood M D of Bon saysIt of the womb In all catarrhal conditions and general enfeeblement It Is useful Prof John M Scudder M Dlato of Cincinnati says of Golden Seal root In relation to Its general effects on tho system there fa no medicine in me about which there la such general unattfmityof twtnlon It Is as tile tonic useful In all debilitated states Prof Bartholow M D of Jefferson Medical College says of Golden Seal Valuable In uterine hemorrhage monor rhagla flooding and congestive dysmenor rhoDa painful menstruation Dr 1 lercos Favorite Prescription faith all the abo e named in gredients and cures tho diseases for which urn rncnuiranmlnd s economically chenpJ will give us pleasure to show present offerings in nnd medium priced furniture the sort that is both appropriate hirable And we shall also be glad to tell of partial payment plana little at a time as your income permits IR ROGERS Sc SONS 1 i NOTICE The Local Carpenters Union 1478 have adopted the eighth cur scale with same pay to take effect April 1907 20lOtB- LUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and p in Leave Paris very hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and 10 p mGeorgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 630 a m to 780 pm and at I and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 a m to apm and at 9 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 646 a in to 645p m and at arm 10 pm E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 Manager2tf RAILROAD MF TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 635 a in dally except Sunday 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m daily No 17 L N departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 pm daily except Sunday No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyyille departs 615 p m daily EAST BOUND No 18 L N leaves 950 a m dally except Sunday 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m 16 L N leaves 435 pm daily except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accommodative arrives 615 p m Tlally except Sunday m1dallyNo 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis ville L N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Station F Leaves for Paris620 a Returns1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Ago RySchedule ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Mem phis West Southwest 920 A 31 ami 014 P M Daily Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Ilichiuoiid Old Point Norfolk 1010 A M and 8011 M Daily 23lyr 9tw H K WARD Buy furniture Extrnagnnce consists in buying the wrong tlii Ig at the wrong consists in buying the right thing at the right price If YOU are truly economical you wlll not buy furniture its appropriatenessaul sec ond for its durability 1 It you our fine and you our liberal No 1st s15 No No ami nud LET US FIGURE FOR YOUiThe cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle A good vehicle isworth saving and frequently a small amount ex g pendecl will double its life but if neglected will cost you a new oneiDrop us a card and our representative will call to see you Now is 2 time to have your vehicle overhauled and painted Seller Carriage Qo lv- VERSAILLES kIt President price- Economy C lI BROWXINGIi A Hippy New Year- Jj Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISONf FLOUR I For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce 1 HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones tor AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at BridgeStble Photographer tt HrfG MATTERN yr WE SELL THE BEST Ji- r THAT IS WHAT WE DO rWe sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds EtciTo be Found in the State 1 Call andexamine our Splendid sortment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goods in Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow Inter i Remember The Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods f 1t IM A SELBERT i MARK I ED J PUCKETT MITCHELL In thi city on Wednesday Mr Ben W Puck wereti1marriell by Judge J H Polsgrove k NASHPOLSGROVE this coun ty on Thursday Mir John B Nash and Miss Sallle Polsgrove were f married fitHAL HARTIn this city on Wed t inesday Mr Matthew Hall and Miss tJAnnie Hart were married by Rev T 1 enson I t r t DEATH OF MISS HARRIETT fBROWN TODD On Tuesday morning last Miss Har riett Brown Todd youngest daughter of the late Mr John M and Mrs Hallle E Todd passed away in Louis of consumption IVHe Todd was born in this city 1 but had spent the greater part of her 1Vf life in Louisville Naturally of frail and delicate build yet she was the embodiment o energy and life Bright and cheery I disposition notwithstanding the clouds xkofsorrow and adversity that had hpv 1 ered so long over lifes pathway she was the marvel of all who knew her For many years she was a teacher kinthe Kentucky Street School in the f city of Louisville and won the hearts of all her pupils by firm but gentle Inteligent and kindly rule in her class room t1 fl She was a devout Christian and had been from childhood a member oi W the Central Presbyterian Church Her trust and confidence in her Savior and f Redeemer were unfaltering as the chill waters flowed to her feet tt iSome three years ago she was Lk by failing health to resign x her position In the city school CIn all the relations of life she was an exemplification of the religion she 1 loved whether as daughter sister t relative or friend 1 grimckIrkmonster was slowly but surely ap proaching and welcomed his coming as a friend to bring surcease from tsorrow and suffering yet ever bright She is the last of a large family of brothers and sisters but leaves a nephew Mr John T Bradley of Jel Tlco Tenn and a wide circle of warmly attached relatives in Louis vile and this city to whom her going will bring the keenest sorow The remains were brought here on Wednesday morning and laid to rest by the side of her mother father sis ters and brothers In our cemetery SINGULAR OCCURENCE On July 4 190G Mr Ben Tracey wife and daughter of this city spent the day in Lexington While out on East Main street the little girl lost ring which she was wearing One day last week Mr Tracey was again In Lexington and passed along the same place when he happened to look down on the pavement when there was the ring just as his daugh ter had dropped It It had lodged in a seam in the pavement- It is needless to say that the little one was greatly rejoiced at the finding of the ring We doubt If such a thing could ever occur again Considering the crowds that pass that way every day the wonder Is no one else saw the ring e rD1 TVaavera Syrup and Cerate Soccetsf nl treatment for blood and ekln diseases l ivy BIRTHS sCOLESIIANIn Louisville on Mon day to Prof J Dudley Coleman and wifea daughter Prof Coleman was formerly Prin cipal of Frankfort City High School His many friends will rejoice at the advent of the tiny litle lady who has blessed his home ei For the Roundabout A COUNTRY CHURCH Ina pleasant little vilage Tho on no map does it appear And so for sundry reasons Shall it be nameless here Is a little white church Where many feet have trodt The pathway to the doorway Of this lltle church of God Tisapeaceful looking structure Within the churchyards green And the Sabbath sun shines brightly Where all seems so serene openedtmomentnTo guess theres something wrong Per the amen corners empty Thejdeacons all look glum And many folks are absent Who generally ways com And we wonder whats the mater For were not right in the swim And the preacher all unconscious Annonnces the opening hymn And we scarce can keep from smiling At the humor of the thing For half the choir is absent And the other half wont sing But some one to the rescue Flutters in and fills the breech And after that a prayer is said Then Brother begins to preach iComesBut we notice half the members With the others wont commune But as they sing the closing hymn We miss the contribution plate So when the service closes We pass out by the gate And ask one of the knowing ones What might the trouble be Its time to call a preacher But no two will agree But who or what the wranglers want And why they lose their tempers so And who or what would suit them We dont believe they really know And so we pass ou thinking As we leave the house of God The only noncombatants- Are those beneath the sod And we who are not in it Look on and se the fun Wouldnt the Dear Rev be a dandy Who could please them every one THey can not as In politics Support the nominee For there Is no majority Where no two will agree L eeBROUGHT HERE FOR BURIAL The body of Mrs Susan H Venable wife of Rev Joseph G Venable of Mahomet Ills was brought here on Tuesday and Interred in our cemetery Mrs Venable was a Miss Hahn of Versailles and was a sisterinlaw of Mrs W T Reading e UttlEarly Risers The famous little pills r lf t Jirt e BERTHS CHAMBERSIn this city on yeste- day Miss Lizzie Chambers of pneu mania PBNN In this city on yesterday Miss Lou Ann Penn aged 33 years o consumption CHAMBERS On Sunday night in tais city Mrs Elizabeth Chambers aged 68 years of pneumonia COUNTRY FIRE The residence of Mr Luke Stafford known as the Gen Peter Dudley place lying three miles from the city on the Versailles pike was destroyed by fir on Sunday afternoon last The house was a large one and Mr Stafford was using Several of the rear rooms for stripping his tobacco which together with nearly everything in the house was lost In the long ago this house was fa mous as the scene of old time Ken- tuckY hospitality Gen Dudley was a wealthy man and resided in the city during the winter in the house on ClaIr street demolished to make wa for Messrs R Rogers Sons big store and at this country place in the summer Mr afford sfii addition to his household goods tobacco all his meat lard etc making his loss a very serious one- FREIGHT r TRAIN DERAILED The afternoon freight train on the F C Railway was derailed near Stamping Ground on Monday Sev eral cars left the track No one was njured Traffic was suspended for several hours while the track was being cleared STAMPING GROUND Miss Carrie Triplett was the guest of friends in Georgetown last week Col n S Sprake was the guest of relatives in Lexington last week Dr P H Crutchfleld was sum moned to tWilmore on Wednesday by the death of his father Mr Mor decal Crutchfleld This venerable gen tleman had reached the ripe age of S3 yearsQuite a number of families are in bad shape by reason of the fact that every member Is laid up with grippe colds etc A serious wreck occurred two miles west of this placemen Monday after noon on the F C Railway Five cars of a freight train left the track The track was blockaded so that no trains could pass that night Traffic was resumed the next morning how ever Quite a large quantity of tobacco is being received at tiie pooling ware houses graded and stored The members of the A S E are very enthusiastic over the outlook New members are joining and the crop of 1907 Is being signed up right alongUnder the recent act of Congress Elder John Foster of Stamping Ground wil receive a pension of 20 per month on account of service In the Mexican War There is only one other Mexican soldier Mr Harvey Wolfe of Sadlevllley now living In this county UNO rTheN i t ff 1mRolnf i Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street r IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD f 1 Y M C A BANQUET On Friday night last the Ladies Auxiliary of the Y 11 C A gave a membersrof the Y M C A Convention in the Sundayschool rooms of the First Presbyterian Church preias upon Judge J P Hobson to invoke the Divine blessing Owing to the illness of Rev Chas R Hudson of this city who was to have delivered the address of wel come Rev J M Severance was call ed upon to perform that duty which he did in his most inimitable and felicitous manner putting everyone In a receptive mood for the speeches followeMr P C Dix Assistant State Secretary respnded In behalf of the Convention felicitous words A male Quartette from the High land Baptist Church of Louisville rendered several delightful pieces ot music which were loudly encored Toastmaster Ernst then introduced Mr W O Davis of Versailles who had as his theme Our Raw Material The Small Boy withywas very dress which it has ever been our pleasure to hear from him Wit seems to flow from the ends of his tongue as naturally as water to run down hill and he kept the audi ence in roars of laughter from start to finish See this address in another placeEdInterspersed with it were some pointed and touching remarks which were no less apt and impressive The Quartette rendered other selec tions of music which were inspiring and delightful The Toastmaster then introduced Mr G N Bierce of Dayton Ohio who made an address of earnestness and power upon the subject Our op portunities and Responsibilities which went right down to the roof of the subject and emphasized the oppor tunities for good and the accountability of Christian business men for using those opportunities The ad dress had fine effect as was shown by the undlvldt ention given its delivery Toastmaster Ernst than Introduced Mr S W Maglll General Secretary of the Tennessee State Convention who made a short and stirring talk upon subjects of general utility in the Association work His remarks were Impromptu as Rev Dr F W Hlnultt of Central University was to have made the closing address but was de tained and did not arrive until Satur dayJust prior to the benediction Mr Ernst called upon the audience to arise while he proposed a toast to the ladies as follows Heres to the ladles We cant always live without We cant always live with thcml God bless them The benediction was pronounced by cnlthusiasticwas as near perfection as Frankfort ladies know so well how to aletiziug1andlong tables which were beautifully arranged and decorated lighted with candles and ornamented with fragrant cut ffowers Altogether It was an occasion long to be remembered with pleasure and profit e Dr Weaver1 Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruption u a WEE I1Y WqqJOURiTh t ANDcRoundabout FOP Onli5 apfThe Presidential election is proaching Times have ftiDemocratDemocrat never a Republican Es sential differences out of the Ii itTheport the ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR CRDER FOR vNOTSAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE IS A YEAR LOW RATES tFROM LouisvilleVIA I t t Southern Ry I Hi Iand3400iHelena and ButtefSpokane l 3850IPortland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San FranciscoiLos Angeles points and S pointsin 1 ICheap one way colonist tickets and round trip hoineseokers tickets will also be sold on March 5th and IflMi and April 2nd and Kith to Oklahoma Indian Territory Toe as and other points in the Southwest1iiand Southeast completeinformation agent or- B SJ VENT Traveling PassIAgent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORI District Puss Agent Louisville Ky tJ C BEAM JR Asst Gon Pass Agent St Louis Mo Feb 28to Apl 80 litJBE ti Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Ky Oir r for the Spring of 1907 a largo line of r Fruit and Ornamental frees Evergreens Grape fines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Fruits WE HAVE NO AGENTS Strawberry und General Catalogt4on application H F Hillenmeyer Sons Feb 233ni i 1 r r RELIGIOUS IASCE N S ION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector will conduct services at follows Holy Communion at 8 a m 930 a m Sundayschool Subfeet730 p m Evening Prayer and Ser mon The Prophet Joel will be the subject of evening sermon LENTEN SERVICES MondayssEvelllng Prayer at 430 Tuesdays Subject The Sermon I on the Mount 430 p m Wednesdays Brief service and Bible Study 730 p m I ThursdaysThe Sermon on the j Mount 430 p m firidaysLitanyliThe Sermon on the Mount 730 p m J Id BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11a in and 73u p m The Prophet Malachi will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 945Zi tho chapel Baraca class at 45ain taught w by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 pi rn in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening tchapelry invited Seats freeL I CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov C R r Hudson pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Prophet Malachi will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool 930 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 70t in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday even Ing at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a In High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m j jVespers at 730 p m tf2 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH led r Rev Dr Hr E Dosker of Louisville Will preach at 11 a nu and 730 p m Sundayschoolat 930 a mtYoung Peoples Society of Bndeavor at630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Prophet Malachi will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even- Ing at 730 p in Everybody Invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p mThe Prophet Malachi will be the subject of the evening sermon Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m ffEverybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPELBro T N Arnold will preach at 3 oclock Pm Subject The World to Come Wherein Dwelleth Righteousness t Sundayschool at 230 oclock p m r APPOINTED CONSULTING ENGINEER I Maj W S Sibert U S Army who was in charge of the improvements on the Kentucky river in the 80s has been recently appointed by the Presi dent as one of the Consulting Engl neers In charge of tho Panama Canal lliMaj Sibert is well known here where has many friends I LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER- I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf Dr Weavers eMI8nppurlSleuhebloodCbHt rapUODIt l 1 h I f ti4 r its hoops freezers fences are THAT HELD LISTEN NOW agent guarantee the wire not Injured at the perfectly adjustable That separate the Could Your 26 Mi ROBBINS TO TRY it seems belief against his own statement Judge J E app to again Mr Caleb Scott Circuit Court Judge rulings in Court of Appeals erroneous than Judge Cantrills I The the list letters uncalled for in the Ky for the week March 2 L B W B Brown Mrs Donelson Jullle Durhi J W A W C Greene Sallle G W- Humphreys Jeff Hunter Mrs Johnson Lee Lewis E v T Lunis L F Marshall G W Montrose Ne1l1eI William Nester Harry Newviane Patterson Laura Peak Eliga A Pener L Robert R Rogers Lizzie J B L HISteer Mary S Suddeth Mrs Mrs Georgia t Thornton Malon Watts Louis Wenrys Billy White L Williams Ralph Emma Wilson J When calling for of above letters say GEO L rCANDIDATE TIVE Mr Jas T Buford former County Attorney himself a candidate for Representative this county a S ItI I has developed Infinitelyrbetter than he4 o style wrap or clamp P t rp BY t r This is modern method construction Years of life are r added through the elimination of serious fence A WRAP holds moisture cracks the and allows the water attack the wire A small amount of displaced galvanitin on PITTSBURGH PERFECT REINFORCES i AGAINST RUST AT ELECTRICALLY WELDED JOINT examine the STAYS CANNOT SLIP They are always were put Stay strand wiresli one piece when the union is made The fcnceij like a of perforated steeljEvery Rod Guaranteed j Dont allow in favor of the rapidlydeclining and now antiquated methods you haveIheretofore known to your good II PITTSBURGH FENCES REPRESENT PROGRESS because hundreds thousands of dollars worth of standard material is daily welded by electricity I hoop on the average sugar barrel in the isolatedcountry store is an electrically welded 1 product I If your wagon was made in a large factory tires were welded by electricity I You find electrically welded pi ice and washing machines on many tubs and bUCU ts famine them j PITTSBURGH PERFECT macVby this modern simple and marvelous process produclv1 MR FARMER I Every handling PITTSBURGH PERFECT fencesisautbuty to this I That ere the jointseI That tens Is o uneven the stays will not from the strands That fence Is all right In every particular you ask any more definite protection complete satisfaction fa absolutely asaure HALL AND EXAMINE FENCE SOLD XCLLSIVELY Y J P C CO f j iD Aice TE i HANr307309 MAIN STREET BOTH PHONESt POWERSl So contrary and that Robbins has been pointed try powers in the Robbins that case held were more even were ADVERTISED TTERS following Is of remaining Frankfort postoffice ending Allen Allen Emm Mrs Francis Francis Hall i Jane AlfrediMrs EdnaiMrs Miss f McChurry W Miss Muncy H Mrs Vergle Miss W Prewitt Miss Skelton Stephenson Henry V Stranger Julia Southern s I 0l Wlllion Miss W the please advertisedI FOR REPRESENTA l has announced as from Science something oJI the defects to bare THE PRO TECTION THE just where they and become solid sheet is your prejudice warp judgment PERFECT of The grocery will cream Iud Miss WAR INCIDENT War Is Inot always given visaged as an incident in the life of the late Capt C W Merchant proves As is known Capt Merchant was born and raised in Lexteon from that place into the egularArmy On oneoccasion Capt Merchant be came seperated from ibis command and was captured by Gen John HI Armr1VhenMorgan and it was learned by him that Merchant was a Lexington boy he at once released him uncomlition aly and gave him money with which to reach his command Later Capt Merchant was within a few yards of Gen Morgan In a bat tIe in Tennessee and could easily have killed the Southern leader as he was completely in his power He per mitted him to go away and escape When questioned by his superior officer as to his conduct he at once related the incident and the officer heartily commended him for his chivalrous course HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan Me Donough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach tro- ubletheumatism I have found a tried and tested cure for Rhen tisml Not B remedy that will straighten the torted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn bony owths back to flesh again That Is Impossible t I can now surely kill tho pains and pangs of B deplorable disease- n Germany with a Chemist In the City of rmstadtI found the last Ingredient with Ich Dr Snoops Rheumatio Remedy was made perfected dependable prescription Without t last Ingredient I successfully treated many ny cases of Rheumatism but now atlast itumV mly cures all curable cases of this heretofore ich dreaded disease Those sandHko granula stes found in Rheumatic Blood seem to dissolve d pass away under the action of this remedy ai eely as does sugar when added to pure water id then when dissolved these poisonous wastes eely pass from the system and the cause of oumatlsm Is gone forever There is now no il needno actual excuse to suitor longer with t help We sell and In confidence recommend IDr Shoops Remedy IALL DEALERS iifP 17 1 IIHJ gNm I ITTSBUR H FENCES PERFECTI i I PITTSBURGH PERFECT FENCING Special SIyfel SONER t- TA complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now 20 years younger than before I took Electric Bitters I can now do all plY work with ease and assist in rny has bands store Guaranteed at all Drug Stores Price 50 cents rLHON SAML H STONE CHOSEN U S DistrIct Judge A M J Cpau ran has chosen Hon Saml H Stone former State auditor as U S Commissioner to hear the case of the State i R R Commlsion against the L S N- and I C R R Cos The case covers the freight rates now charged by these companies Mr Stone is well fitted for the work BUYS ANOTHER FARM Mr Thos E Kenney the sawmill theIt Main Elkhorn near Knights Bridge containing 76 acres The larger part of the farm is covered with virgin forest The price paid was 6000 Sir Kenney will cut the timber and saw it up at his mill- SUBURBAN GROWTH Now that the Frankfort and Ver sallies Traction line Is an assured fact and the new glass factory and canning factory are certainties there are any number of neat and comfortable homes being built along the suburban line and at Thorn Hill and adjacent territoryWhat Frankfort has needed for years was more factories and lots less of politics and politicians WELL KNOWN LADY DIES Sirs Letitia B Robb the widow of the late Vm N Robb died yesterday afternoon at 1 oclock from the infirmi ties of old age The funeral services will be held at the residence eight miles from Lexington on the New town pike this afternoon at 3 oclock and the Interment will take place in tho family burying ground at the home place The Rev C T Thomp son will officiate and the pall bearers will be A J Gorham J B Gor ham Thomas H Clay Chris Kiser John Stevenson Arthur Peter and Hugh Peter Lexington Herald Feb 28 This lady has a number of rela fives In this cityF Z 4 SAVED HER SONS LIFE I The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo Is Mrs S She writes One year ago Ruppccjwas down with such trouble that our physician to help him when by our druggists kjadvice I began giving him Dr Kings I 15iImsteadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by all druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free BIG SALE OF LUMBER The YoP Brown Lumber Co of f Loulsvlle has made several big pur T chases of lumber In this city this weektrfKeneriiatIs 1JTherof Congleton Bros which will foot upiisomething over 75000 Who says Frankfort Is not a big lumber market I BRIGHTEST t rBESTl The LouisvilleifjfiJ Tnc f1fillsday afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular subscription price V 500 a year You can get THE TIMES andrl ma- mRoundabout BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 5 Send your order to this paper not THE TIMES READ THE TIMEStAND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES J tI t m J i i1 tt Trc JfiJ J rj 1 McClures Splendid SaleLillJ You cab buy More and Better Goods at McClures for the same money than i at any other Store in this City i GO THERE AND SER n 212214 ST CLAIR STREETIKENTUCKYJAMESTOWN NOTES r Active Work In Progress Here and Elsewhere for the Big Worlds Fair 4Awhirlwind canvass for funds to participationtnow in progress in Louisville under the auspices of a committee appointed by the Board of Trade Excellent prog ress Is reported and it is believed that by the end of the week the Falls City will have raised her share of the sum asked by Kentucky Commission of the entire State Col J Stoddard Johnston president of the State Commis sion declares Kentucky has the finest site and will erect the most unique State building on the Exposition grounds Subscriptions to the State fund are solicited from citizens In every section of Kentucky It will be only two months from Tuesday Feb 26 before the gates of openiYtuckys exhibit at the Worlds Fair has been progressing nicely Two car loads 0of timber for use in the construction of the Fort of Boones boro Kentuckys building at the Fair are now on their way to Norfolk The second car shipped was filled with clapboards which will be used in making the roofs on the cabins of the Fort There Is said to be every assurance that the old frigate Constitution more commonly known as Old Iron sides will Join In the naval demon stration at the Jamestown Exposition it will be used a portion of the time as a training ship for the naval cadets from Annapolis The historic old ship Is now being prepared at the Charlestown Navy Yard near Boston Wisconsin Is one of the latest States x to fall Into line with legislative ape propriation for a State Building and StatYe 0 for Wisconsons participation Although the Legislature of Buildan3aing and exhibit at the Worlds Fair i this sum is being largely supplemented by the various cities of the State The cases for Kentuckys mineral exhibit have been ordered and are now nearing completion The mineral display will be made under the dire tion of Prof C J Norwood of Lex- Ington Director of Mineral Exhibits on the State Commission It is the 44 Intention to exhibit samples of every mineral found in Kentucky and an excellent display will be made of the various clays and building stones Which abound in this State I Announcement comes from Norfol- that all of the large Exhibit Palaces are practically completed The States Exhibit Building and Mines Metallurgy Building are now ready to receive displays In each of these buildings Kentucky is to have space A progress map just Issued by the 2hExposltioti Company prominently dis plays the site which has been assigned Kentucky for her State Building The Kentucky Building will set in the edge of a large grove of native pines The front of the stockade is to be built over the sands of the seashores and the rear portion will encompass some of the trees of the pine forest Connecticut enjoys the distinction Of receiving the first installment per Buildinyg land was given permit No2- LouisanaItuckys exhibit will bey issued as soon as the exhibit is started from this State e DR SHOOP FAMILY MED CO RACINE WIS For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit a trial size box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It a snow white creamy healin antiseptic balm that gives instant relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Addres- Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jar 50 cents Sold by all dealers THOMAS NELSON PAGE ON THE NEGRO QUESTION In the March McCLURES there is a noteworthy article on the Negro Question by Thomas Nelson Page Under the title of The Great American Question The Special Plea of Southerner be deals with the subject in a distinguished manner as the fol lowinc ftxtraots from hie introduction show There are some things so well under stood by those who know the negroes as to appear to them almost truisms For example That the white race is superior to the negro race not accidentally and because of superior training but herently and fundamentally That in certain things negroes dif fer widely among themselves for ex ample in temper character training manner temperament But that in certain respects all or nearly all negroes have the same race charcater istlcs as Indians Chinese Caucasians and other races have them That the negroes understand by social equality for the most one thing only the right to stand wit white women on precisely the same wound as that on which white men stand with them aThat there is a wide difference at present between the point of view of andIto negro in this that Northerners espouse the cause of the negroes as- a race but dislike negroes individual ly while Southerners do not dislike negroes individually but oppose them as a race And that this difference conditions and not to bass Iprinciples IThere is another vital fact not known to Southerners that one of the chief causes if not the chief cause at present of the feeling at the thke t negroes at the South There is quite as much violence against them in some other parts of the country in propor tion to the colored population as a the South but for reasons not nece sary to discuss here this is not take into account The brunt of the censure falls on the South and the South on every account but especially for its own sake ought to put a stop to it with relentless hand or else make it clear to the rest of the world why it is not done t3f3 genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold to one day L COUNTY COURT DAYS Following Is a list of the days county courts are held each month In ounties which are contiguous by reason of facilities by rail to the capital Anderson Lawrenceburg3d Monday Bath Owingsville 2d Monday Bourbon ParIs3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday Brathitt Jackson 4th Monday MondaygFayette Lexington 2d Monday MondaysMondaysGrant Willinmstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthiana 1th MondaytHenry Newcastle1st Jessamine Nicholasvllle Monday Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford2d Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 1st Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Monaday Nicholas Carlisle2a Monday OFdham Lagfangc Monday Owen Owenton4th Monday fdondaPowellPulaski Somerset3d Monday Scott Georgetown3d Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2d Monday Wayne Monticello4thAfonday Woodford Versailles4th Monday BENSON Delayed Letter By the bright sunshiny weather of the last week we are reminded that the lazy days are coming when what we like the best is just to lie down some where and res and rest and rest daughterhJohn Edge Thursday Mr Preston Wade and daughter Miss Mattie were the guests of Mr ana Mrs Sam Lacefleld Sunday Messrs Fred Marlowe and Frank Edge Mr Chester Lacefield and Miss Edyth Edge also spent Sunday with Mr Lacefield Mr and Mrs Lester Moore and baby from near Frankfort attended services at Benson Sunday MrscIrvine Hall Thursday afternoon Mrs Will Hamilton and children Masters Goebel and Harvey and little Miss Cecil Mrs Will Bodkin and son Master Ray visited Mrs Sam Lace field Monday Providence permitting and members submitting there will be services con ducted at Choateville Christian Church oftBENSOIVITEn Commissioners Notice Franklin Circuit Court J W Coleman v Notice Helen It ussoll otal againsttheed are notified to file the same pro perly proven before the undersigned on or before MARCH 16th 1007 CGuyFeby lOSt tt 1 i 1f1 JJ to y STRANGE ADVICE iMarcia y Dr 0 O Green giver tert personal atteattoa to his great hum litarIan contract Jin our Almanac for runny years past we given unusual advice to those ed with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told specialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their urgethemis the case in the advertising of other remedies Our confidence manyI man Syrup makes it possible for give such tjfwe know by the ex perience of over 35 years that one 7 cent bottle of German will re coldbronchiatoreven in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work regularFor sale by J W Gay- leSPLENDID OFFER splendid Louisville Herald AND Roundabout For one year for only 200 In advance only This gives you a daily paper Sunday excepted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the home news and the news of the political campaign now on Send In names and cash 60 YEARS- JXPERIENCI TRADE MARKI Anyone Bonding a sketch and quickly ascertain our opinion free whether toommunlca-ttotleetrlctlyconadentlpab oUPatents patentsPatentsnotice without In to Scientific fliwrican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jnrcett ellof SClenUftOJournnl lerms3 8oldbyallnewedealoreIUNN Woven Wire Fence- D 5 C LAYARD Aocnt for for Lamb WoVen Wire Fence Peerless Woven Wire Fence and Peerlttt JrPoultry Fence 12 FENCINGNo 0Iil II REDUCED RATES = VIA = Queen Crescent Route On the First and Third Tuesdays J of each month to runny =points r33 t I SOUTHMt Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale good returning till I May 31st IZF For Particulars Write t ii 9H C KING C P T AoJ T Lexington Ky Feb 23ly COLONIST RATES a VIA r ti Monon RouteFrom Daily March 1 to April 30 AngelesSanSeattle Vancouver and inter mediate points 380O Spokane and intermediate points 356O SaltLake8400Billingsand Tuesdays March 12 toIApril 30iTo points in Minnesota North and South Dakota Eastern Mon tuna Manitoba Saskatchewan andtAlberta on application Tuesdays March 1H to April 30 To Colorado on application Routefrol11 atChlcngoNorthwest Address E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky Fob to April arejUf i condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They are not food bf IIhorsa1nprimecents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle t