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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r I THE FRANKFORTittRoUNDABOUT GEO A LEWISPublisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOlDAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IVOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SpDRDAY IyIARCH 9 1907 NO 25 v For tho Roundabout A RAINY DAY Longfellows poem recalled sac memories Into each life some rain must fall some days be dark and dreary but Aunt May couldnt reconcile herself to believe this and told us over and over again that life is what we make it and so we read over old letters laughing at the ex presslons of rare sweet affection and I crying over the loss of dear ones dead Then Peg suggested making j candy which at once interested the children and we grownup folks en joyed eating after the confection was i pulledLooking out of the window we saw lakes of water every where in all di rections while a mist of vapor white as the walls of Jerusalem in poetry and deep as the pool of Siloam en- wrappedt us with e garment of un known texture- A feeling of resignation came over usi Suppose we played as do the children that we were lost some where That we were inhabitants ol I some island lost to the eye of even the ancient mariner Lets do it said the wise man who sat opposite 40111 get a boat and together we can sail the seas over Come And foolish like she followed him as she had always thought to do through life into another eternity They packed up the lunch in a pink slip basket it consisted of biscuit sack of candy and a package of chew ing gum She wore her old blue dress with a rain coat Her hair tied up under a big brimmed hat with a veil of blue for a covering and her hands enveloped In a pair of uncle Bens gloves ewise man put on uncle Toms overcaatlandifs t ttifelt pair f imace him ta creature muchto be ad miredThey were full of excitement over the contemplated outing No convoy of princess could have held nobler freight than the bonny boat In which they set sail for the enchanted lrml to which they journeyed The 4iise man had the last word Are you afraid Not I Said the woman who like Longfellows Indian Maiden heldj silence as a sweet morsel And the boat pushed off They were away up on the sea of mist The woman shivered and the right arm of the wise man held her In a close em braceIt all so real just like the story told In the picture book playing with uncertain fate The white curtain of mist parted letting them into a beautiful sea of emerald encircled by water lilies swans in the warm sun shine and the atmosphere was redolent with perfume The silence grew with renewed presence of comradeship The two who had promised faith sat entranced with hands clasped and idle oars It was indeed an Ideal vision seen through colored glasses Will you go through j life with me dearest and endure the poverty or riches and the frowns of friendsSij answered with quivering lips and wet lashes If it to be only as a told story in the book of pictures just a make be lieve happiness of your own imagin ing or am I to trust all you say with the faith that knows no wavering He turned his face away Long thoughts were his Had he best tell her that it could never be or let the play go on In tho sweet simplicity of a childs dream Back to the old worn out world h turned the boats head and spoke t the woman as gently as If she bad been the wife of his youth The play is over dearest Life is too real for fabrication See th coming shower and your sweet face is as white as the lily pads For give my bringing you out into this enchanted world and forget that we sailed together to tho Isles of Play The boat grated on the land Hand in hand the two friends walked I through mist up to the real earth She had learned the lesson known to Longfellow Into her life the rain had fallen and the day was done COXiJUST THE THING Every family should have a repre sentative newspaper from the metrop olis of a State in addition to the home newspaper The Louisville Herald Is uptodate In Its news ser vice is clean and bright and meets every requirement The publisher oi this paper has arranged to club and offers the two papers at 2 per year The special price quoted by The Louisville Herald Is for a limited period only Send In your subscrip tion to us before this splendid offer ex Aires I LOCK NO 13 The necessary condemnation papers have been filed In the U S Court at Covington to condemn land necessary for tho location of Lock No 13 the last lock to be placed In the Ken tacky river This carries navigation above the Three Forks of Kentucky river SALES OF REAL ESTATE Through the real estate firm ol Shelton Morris Mr Chas Barnett sold to Mr Thos A Joyce a small farm of 43J acres for 2800 The place lies on the Louisville pike some two miles from the city Mr David Moore has sold to Mr S A Hulette a tract of 88 acres in the Benson neighborhood for 800 Mrs Sallle Hockensmith sold to Mr Thos Arnold 100 acres of land on the Peaks mill pike for 2700 The Walker Gault house and lot was sold by Master Commissioner tt itoWl fOr 2001 he house lies on St e streetThe Oscar Farmer house and lot and a vacant lot adjoining was sold by Mr Jeffers to Mr W J Hughes for 2176 The property lies on Fourth street REVENUE TAXES Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts collected internal revenue taxes for tho month of February as follows 4620 barrels 174299 710 tax gallons amount of taxes 19172967 This is a record breaker and that too for the shortest month of the year rSERIOUS ACCIDENT Mr John Gardner an employe ol Ford Johnson Co at the old Royal Mills East Main street was caught by a rapidly revolving shaft on Monday and seriously bruised and in juredDr C A Fish rendered necessary surgical attention REMAINS BROUGHT HERE FOR INTERMENT The remains of Mrs Janie Camp bell Scott widow of the late Dr Pres ton Brown Scott were brought here from Atlanta Ga on Wednesday and Interred in the family lot in our cemeteryMrs formerly lived in Louis ville until tho death of her husband and had gone to Atlanta to reside with her daughter She was an elegant and accomplished lady SALES OF FARMS Messrs J M and Scott Brown and Miss Eloise Brown have sold to Mr lyingoon the Lawrenceburg pike near El moro for 2000 Mr Wm Minor has sold to Mr ofeland lying on the Lawrenceburg pike for 1800 nUlnelLaxativethe remedy that cures u cold IB one day RESOLUTIONS OF R 1Ji 1907I Frankfort Ma To the N G Officers and embers of Capital Lodge No 6 LYOF Your committee one demise of P G C W Merchant beg leave to submit the following ftP G C W Merchant s born in the city of Lexington ky jqn August 31 1831 He was the youfigest of five brothers When he wasfiiten years of age he was apprentlc an older brother to learn the printers trade and those who knew himeilsay that he made one of the faste t and most accurate type setters oijttiljf day Af ter working at his trade for a number of years he then enlisted tIn the U S Army February 15 155 and a brave and gallant soldier fie proved to be on the field of battle lln one of the battles with the hQsttie Indians he was severely wound a1flhis face with a lance in the an enemy of his country Inthe course of time the lance wound healed but left an ugly scar which he wore the remainder of his lifewhich proved to be and was recognized as a badge of honor made intho defense of his country No mans ever wore the uniform of U S jgoldter who was more gallant and patriotic than Cale Merchant He shed his lifes blood in his countrys cause llct would have given his life at any tlmflplf necessary to prove his fidelity 1 country he loved so well lifI1 When his enlist jhadf expired he was given an te discharge and endorsed uj discharge were these wordjj pecial mark of honor A bri gallant sol dier and a trusty t- His honorable am show that he was in Ifffrerit engagements of tJ a eof his country In bi attics in which he wa piagainiJfcH oundcd yranhe enlisted the second time February 16 1860 he was brevetted as Major and assigned to Fort Leavenworth to drill and instruct West Point Cadets at the old cavalry schools at that time stationed at Fort Leavenworth- On May 16 1870 he joined Capital Lodge No6 I O O F and the great interest he took in the order soon ad vanced him to the highest office in the lodge and for many long years after wards he proved his devotion to the order by giving it all the time he could possibly spare to promoting its Interests in every possible way that he could until failing health and advancing age Interfered On February 16 1897 the spirit of this gallant old soldier and devoted Odd Fellow took its flight to its Mak er who gave it therefore be it Resolved 1st That the country has lost one of its best and most pa triotic citizens a man who proved his great love for his country by defending it in so many sanguinary battles Resolved 2d That Capital Lodge No6 I O O F has lost one of its oldest and best members a man who loved and lived up to the that the great order prlnclPlesI minds and hearts of all who be IIResolvedthis lodge be draped in mourning ana that the members wear the mourning badge of the order for thirty days Resolved 4th That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes i of this meeting and a copy sent to the family of deceased brother i W S DEHONEY I E B DUNCAN i A CHILSON DR SHOOP FAMILY MED CO RACINE WISIFor Catarrh let mo send you free just to prove merit a trial size box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing I reIliefMako the free test and see Address I Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by all dealersI lleWMrsUttle Early Risers I The famous IttMM t1 r DRESS GOODS FOR EASTER Its time to bo thinking about yonr Spring Dress and why not be ready on this occasion It will you to consider the VALUES this store offers inWSilkand Woolen Dress Fabrics Our assortment is so large and varied that it is no trouble to get suited here QUALITY and STYLE are assured if you purchase from us We call your attention to only a few of our specials Wash Silks 19 inches wide White Wash Silks 25c per yd 27 Inches wide White and Colored Wash Silks 50c per yd A good firm quality ydAchecks and plaids at The and 100 per yd Taffetta Silks 36 inches wide Black Taftetta a 125 quality only 100 per yd 19 inches wide Taffeta Silk an 85c quality all colors 75e yd 36 inches wide Satin for lining in white and black 100 per y- dNovelty Suitings 50c per ya A beautiful assortment of spring suitings in solid colors gray mixtures wlih neat chocks and plaids Shepherds checks in blue and black Those are the most attractive suitings placed on the market in years at 50c per yd 50 inches wide Chiffon Panama in navy blue extra special 60c per yd t50 inches wide Panama in pretty light shade of gray extra special 75c per yd 50 inches wide Chiffon Panama extra fine quality in black and blue 100 per yd 48 inches wide Black Voile beautiful quality 100 per yd A large variety of Light Weight Materials in ex qusite patterns for Suits at 100 per yd A large assortment of the latest Trimming Braids C KAGIN BRONO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY FOR SALE If you want a bargain in a farm of 174 acres write to H W Box 77 R F D No2 Frankfort for particu lars Mar 93t SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT I The heirs of the late Mrs M S Stephens Mr Egbert C Stephens Mrs Harry Rogers and Miss Ella Stephens have sold to Mr Eugene Scott their home place located on Conway street at the corner of Third The consideration was private WOOD MANTELS We have a nice Assort ment of Wood Mantels They are all the go now Come and see them HAMMOND SCO tit r a IIonil Ladies Misses and IFor Children 2O 25 25 and 5Oc PERSONAL MT Pryor Perry of Warsaw wa in the city this week Mr Geo M Brock Is visiting rela lives at Lincoln Neb Dr J H Woodard of Versailles Was here on Monday Mrs W H Jeffries visited relative in Louisville this week Capt Geo W Wilder of Paris was in the city on Monday Mrs V A Kaltenbrun is the gues Of her brother at Midway Judge T R McBeath visited hi wife in Louisville this week Cadet Robert Haff of State College bas been at home this week Miss Bonnie Hockensmith left Wed nesday for a trip to Lexington Mr N T Armstrong of Georgetown was In the city on Monday ColumiiWa was In the r HMr r Buford HendflcTT and vii visited in Louisville this week Miss Maria F Trimble has returned from a visit to Washington City Dr John P Stewart has returned from a trip to the Eastern States t Miss Janie W Dehoney visited friends in Lexington this week Mr Preston L Gibson of Duckers attended county court on Monday tiMr Wm Cromwell attended clr cult court In Versailles this week Mr A M Duvall of Stamping Ground was In the city on Monday Mr Chas G Mutzenberg Is visitingI at his old home In Jackson Mr Helm Bruce of Louisville was in the city on legal business Monday Judge J S Morris left Tuesday for Eastern Kentucky on a business trip Senator J W Newman of Ver sallies was in the city on Wednesday Mr W W Darnell and wife have gone to Midway to spend some time Mr W L Kirk of Louisville was the guest of Mr J W Johnson this week Mrs A D Martin and son Master Jack have returned from a trip to Cuba II Rev Dr 11 B Adams and son Charles visited in Louisville on Thurs dayIMr W 0 Davis of was in the city on legal business on Mon lay Mr B D Warfield of Louisville at tended the Court of Appeals Thurs norMrs W P Williams of Irvine is the guest of her mother Mrs S C BullMrs W H Roberts has returned from a visit to Indianapolis and Chicago Mrs YoD Gay and Mrs Howard Rodman have returned from Green ville Miss Miss Genevieve Posey visited her ulster Miss Edith Posey in Danville this week Mrs Sheffer Richardson has re ij ti1 fi jt i f f il tjrtgt i f demands more room We have added five hundred feet more floor space and this Spring w6 have prepared to do the Largest Business of our career See our Splendid Values in Silk and Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods Table Linens Towels Spreads Em broidery Laces Corsets Hosiery Gloves Under wear See our Ready to i Wear Tailored Suits Jackets Dress Skirts Shirt Waistscan not be sur passed and popular prices prevail Meet your friends on the Balcony at Weitzels CHAS J WEITZEL turned from a visit to relatives in LaGrangeMr Wright of Carter county was the guest of Mr YoS Rossen this week Rev Walter Q Vreeland of Lexlng ton was the guest of relatives here MondayMr 1C Ward of the Seller Car riage Co Versailles was In the city Lilian Lindsey is visiting her brother Mr Dudley Lindsey In Garnett of Columbia attended the Court of Appeals on ThursdayMr W Arnett and Mr M H McLean of Covington were in the city C Willis of Shelby ville attended the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Judge W E Dowling and Mr G D Stevens of Lawrenceburg were here WednesdayMr Paynter of Greenup is tho guest ot hlB uncle TIS Senator T H Paynter Miss Sue Scott of Lexington who has been the guest of friends here has returned home Mrs Jas M Saffell and daughter Miss Agnes visited friends in Lex ington this week Miss Alice Blanton and Miss Coranel Crutcher are guests of Miss Nettie Walcutt at Lakeland Mrs J A Hamon of Georgetown vho was the guest of Mrs Cromwell as returned home Mr Will W Jett of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs Vir ginia Jett on Sunday Mrs Jennie T Cardwell left Tues lay for Lexington to visit her sister Mrs Jas L Watson- Superintendent E H Doalc of the state Reform School Greendale was In the city Thursday Mr John P Hanley and wife visited his mother Mrs P Hanley in Louis ille the first of the week Mr W W Boyette and Mr Jas E ienton of Wordford county were In the city county court day Hon Jere W South of Mountain lome Ark was the guest of relatives here this week Miss G Br Ledridge visited her sister Mrs M R Hainline in Mt Sterling this week Mrs Lucy Tinsley has returned from a visit to her son Mr J Church Tinsley in New Orleans Mrs J J Brislan and Miss Mildred Taylor were guests of relatives at awrenceburg this week Mrs David Vanarsdall and Mrs N L Curry of Harrodsburg were guests of Mrs M D Averill this week Mrs W Br Chenowith and daugh tel have returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Paducah Mr Robt Crutcher of Woodford county was the guest of his sister nlrs YoG Simpson on Monday Mrs Ike L Sallee of Danville who has been the guest of her father Mr R D Armstrong has returned homeJCol S C Herbst of rlIfY Wis who has been overlooking his distillery business has returned home Mr Goo L Willis Private Secretarj to Congressman Harvey Helm of the 8th District was in the city Monday Mr Udolpho Snead and wife of Louisville were guests of Mrs W E Bradley Washington street this week Mr LY Hodges of LexIngton was the guest of his sister Mrs Jen nie Featherston Holmes street this Frank Woodruff and wife of Atlanta Ga attended the burial 01 her mother Mrs P B Scott on Wed A B Rust of St Louis who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs A CV V Winkle has returned Sam Stone Bush and son Alexander of Kenwood Park are guests of CoL Geo F Berry and wife at Juniper Hill Miss Izetta Wright returned Friday from a two weeks visit to her sisters Mirs Brown and Mrs Tdrhune in Louisville jj iJf Mrs M AfBurdickof Chicago Ills was called hero by the dangerous illness and death of Mrs Lydia Payne her aunt Mr W B Peck was called to Sharpsburg on Wednesday by the dangerous illness of his father Mr E B Peck Mrs Jane B Frazier who has the guest of Mrs John W beenI turned to her home In New York Monday Mr Frank Heeney returned Friday ight from a trip to New York City where he purchased a big stock for F J Heeney Miss Bernice Scottow who has been at home for several weeks left Monday to resume her position in LouisvillebMr Thos P Rogers and wife who have been visiting his brother Mr Loraine Rogers at Waco Texas have returned home Mr Preston Green and Miss Janie Green of Falls of Rough attended the burial of their aunt Mrs Janie C Scott on Wednesday Col Geo H Watson of St Louis Mo was In the city this week look ng after business at the O F C Kentucky River Distilleries Mrs J Alex Grant and Mrs W W Longmoor were called to Cynthiana Thursday by the serious illness of Capt Ashbel P Welch Miss lima Mutzenberg celebrated her 13th birthday on Monday by a candy pulling A number of her young schoolmates were present Dr Jim Av Lewis and Dr W H Coffman of Georgetown were in this city on Tuesday to perform an opera tion at the Kings Daughters Hospital Hon Edward W Hines of Louis yule one of the brainiest lawyers and best men who ever lived In this city was here on legal business this week Mrs Polly Fowler of Station Camp Estill county who has been the guest of her brother Capt I T West for two weeks returned home yesterday haveJremoved rF tz 500 I 125 150 200 ITO 500 PER PAIR tl NextWeeksSecffl1sDregs I Dress Goods 60c for 45c Dress Goods 65c for 48c Dress Goods 75c for 55- cSILKS It Our reputation for silks is well known Everywhere the prices have advanced We sell them at the old prices and some lower until our stock is exhausted New Spring Jackets and Coats We have the largest line of wash goods in the city Dont fail to call and see them A cut sale on waistings and other linens will prevail next week The most beautiful laces and embroideries shown inIthe city i F Jle HEENEY Value JOHN DRISCOLL y i The Leading Grocer t The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL l 2l62St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky n I FREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OF = KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Time Been PublishedFREE The Evening Post has for several endeavored to secure of all KentuckyIGovernors and has at last succeeded in securing them through the assistance tucky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged in a group in an uptodate Atlas showing with the latest census pictures of all the presidents the United States Rulers and Flags of all nations steamship routes statistical data of the RussoJapan War also late maps of the United States Pan ama Canal Eastern and Western Hem reports of the last three national census and much other historical information This and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for n lull 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 agent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions dally and the latest edition is senUo each reader accordlug to that it will reach them The Evening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and best r market reports For all the people and against the graiter 4 Independent always For the Home- witt tttttittg Just LOUISVILLE KY rr Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper1i Q Johnson Co at Grcendalo Reform School Mr Campbell Scott of New York City and Mr Rumsey W Scott of Washington City attended the funeral of their mother Mrs P B Scott on WednesdayMr Mirs Hugh Hurst Rodman of Louisville have returned from an extended trip throughout the South and West and will divide their time between Louisville and Frankfort dU Ing March and April While in Frankfort they will visit their parents Se5 f I Col and Mrs J L Rodman and in Louisville will be at the whileIIMr Rodman is another one Frankfort boys who has made cided success in other cities and will bring his beautiful wife back to his old home to share his friendships and Frankfort hospitality t NEW ELECTRIC L The new electric lights CllUrohjbeen installed at the Methodist Vrforiffo1l4e tIMYr f rTHE FlfiST OF ODB NEW SPRING ROODS pRE IN d OH MYI Because this store has always boon foremost in presonting the host of the new styles in garments and fabrics for every season this announcement will attract wide interest ir this city and vicinity Best styles Lest materials best workmanship 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 vein high favor for ad mirable array of spring goods The same condition pravails in our rug department where all the new designs await mr coming Consider the advantage of inspecting the new styles j come consider criticize and compareselect your now wearables early I and be among the leaders instead of the followers adopting the latest fashion Spring Suits and Separate Coat Suits in Natty Eton Styles 1500 Highly tailored exclusive styles 1800 to 2500- COATS Largo assortment and pretty styles at 500 ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postof ice for the week end Ing March 9 Baker Horace Barnes Mrs Mary Brocwood J B Bowers Jacob Baird J J- Burchfield J E Burbiedge Joseph Buntin Dan Breeden Mrs Nancy Black Mrs Naomi Bonforts Directory Creen EugeneIChisley Miss Ellen Durall Mrs M T Gowen Winnie A JGreenway Edgar Hamilton Jeanie Hosley John Juniper Mr Blrtle Juty CharlesIJackson Dan hi Kerr Daniel 1ruebel K ry yMw 1fiIW Lacy Miss Annie t Marshall L CMCWM Don ldMrs r i Miller Miss Lila Martin Miss BettleIPope James Parish Lafe i 0 aRice Miss Emily Rex Ellis E RoBertson D W lag George I j s Scott Chas Smith Ben Short John- Smallwood Lenard Saylor Grandvllle Slack Mrs W D Sargent Scott Sullivan Miss Mary Harris W T Ta lorMiss MosesrVelp Tan West W C Wickham F O When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M I HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG r To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan Mc Donough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach trouble 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 my I work with ease and assist in my hus 1 bands store Guaranteed at all Drug Stores Price 50 cents SKIRTS Unequalled style and quality at500Fine Voile Pleated Skirts 9 10 1850 SprIngModels dip INCREASED APPROPRIATION FOR STATE COLLEGE It Is gratifying to the friends of that splendid institution State Col lege to learn that the lato Con gress passed a bill increasing the appropriation for the benefit of the various Agricultural and Mechanical Col leges of the country The State Col lege will now receive 25000 per annum Preventics will promfptly 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 mail 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 dealersIBURGLAR ARRESTED Albert Harris colored a former em ploye of Mrs L C Norman was arrested Thursday night charged with burglary Harris had just returned from Louisville and went to the Nor man residence at supper time and secured a revolver and a razor which Tie confiscated He was arrested by Officers Pierce and Reagan and found with the razor on his person He was lodged in the lockup e BUYS RESIDENCE Mrs Thos P Brown has pur chased from Mrs Shea of Jefferson ville Ind one of the McGrew heirs the twostory frame residence on Shelby street between Fourth Ave and Campbell Col Jas A Scott made the deal The price paid which is said to be a stiff one is private CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bono pains catarrh rheumatism or 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 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else fallsMar 2ly W SH GOODS Superb showing White foods Colored Linens Ginghams and EmbroideriesRugs Curtains Larg est assortment rldHIDDEN DANGERS Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Frankfort Citizen Can Afford to Ignore Danger Signal No 1 comes from the kidney secretions They will warn you when the kidneys are sick Well kidneys excrete a clear amber fluid Sick kidneys send out a thin pale and foamy or a thick red ill smelling urine full of sediment and Irregu lar of passage Danger Signal No 2 comes from the back Back pains dull an heavy or sharp and acute tell you of sick kidneys and warn you of the com of dropsy diabetes and ling Doans Kidney Pills cur kidneys and cure them permanently Heres Frankfort proof W H Roberts grocer of 330 Todd street says Being in the drug business a good many years and a graduate pharmacist and my knowledge of medicine was sufficient to i prove that my kidneys were not per I forming the work which nature intended they should for I suffered a great deal from a penitent aching pain across the 5fflairoOny and the secretions from the kidneys were I highly colored and so irregular es pecially at night that my rest was greatly disturbed It was not until I some two or three years ago that I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and I sent to a large neighboring city and got a box I gained so much from the use of these Pills that I prononuce them a kidney remedy of unequalled merit My last supply was procured at J W Gayles drug store and I take a dose of them once in a while as a tonic for the kidneys A number of I friends of mino to whom I have recom mended Doans Kidney Pills have used them with great benefit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other To Stop a Cold with Preventics is safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will bead oft all colds and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling little 5 cent and 25 cen boxes If you are chUlyI if you begin to sneeze try PreventlcsI I They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers I e Dr Weavers Syrup end Cerate loccMsfol treatment for blood and skin dliema f TAYLORyTHE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr A IONS Proprietors to to to to to Frankfort Kentucky t No H Kv O Jt ZAt J hru I Dress Goods Worsted Mixtures handsome effects 50c 52 inch nil wool Grey Panama 75c 125 quality Voile 100 SILKS 125 80 inch Black Taffeta 100 stripes5c LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1906 WESTBOUNDII IINo4 Leave AMI sundjI I I Sund No8 I 25I785 0 US813 810 I Winchester 20 955I 500826 825 L E Junction 962 400 40 Clay City 40 825 iaU 967 67 Torrent 67 780 841 95tfI 513 82 Beattyville Junction 22 707 l 830587 Ta legs 649 880 I A Trains Nos1 and Swill make connections with the O 4 will connect with the Mountain Gen and Campton Trains Nos 2 and 4 will make connectional Beattyville w A MCDOWELL CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A I OHIO AND 311e 1NofI II Statio1Mb IiI4241d259s250eSterlingCampton BeattyvilleO I IiDally IStatio A M Lye P M Lye o 980 285 It 1 925 280 1 880 848 I Nb 1152 1158 19 610 1222 518 1228 City 5 12E men in each State to travel of our goods and tack signs 8500 per month 800 per day for CO P Ills 178m AND THE Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK Cars leave Main and Ann streets FOR SOUTH 615 a m and every 15 minutes un til 1015 p m- FOR PARK LINE 615 a m and every 45 minutes un til 10 p m FOR 630 a ra and every 45 minutes un til 1030 p m FOR T It Co J D SALLEE Supt I NossI Ex Ex SUDdr = ArlIgI 1051Cannel 1521Hampton foepointsWANTED10 distribute samples Salary expenses SAUNDERS Department Jackson Boulevard Chicago KILLTHI COUCH CURE LUNGS KingsNew IFDR CONSUMPTION PriceI TROUBLES Street Car Schedule FRANKFORT LEESTOWN CEMETERY until10 IDally 1Ar 0Lexington RAILWAY 1760I Frankfort CIAClllllatl119e L The Midland Route I Local Time TableI- N EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 IPMI A MI No82 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYNo81 DalyAM KENTUCKY FP 200 620 D Frankfort 57i52 06 6 28 ILV Summit Arj 11 or 7 072 11 6 34 Elkhorn 11 01 7 01 2 19 6 Switzer 10 58 6 53 229 6 Stamping Ground 10 43 6 43 2 36 6 421 Duvall 2 41 7 86I2 47 7 f Georgetown 10 25 6 24 2 51 7 1 C S J II 10 20 6 20 2 59 725 Newtown 8 64 II 08 8 07 7 33 Centerville 8 46 6 00 58S8 25 7 to Art Paris fLv 8 SO 5 44 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with QC- Connects CentraL at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Connects at Frankfort Union Depot wIth L 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNAT VIA GEORGETOWN P MJAJJ IAMIPM 715SII 10 10 15 Ar Cincinnati 11 8 8O400 BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA AM PM P M 6 20 200 Lv Frankfort Ar 715 620ILv a M KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS OOP 8 A ll 25A 7 20P 2 47P 7 12A A Georgetown A 9 otA 6 OP 441a8 16P 9 45A 1 15P 4 OOP 8 502PL156 2CP 12 21AIACynthiana 20A 1 56P 7 OOPII0 255P HAYPresandGenlSupt A SyrupPeelle lot tie rW1 v TfteFianMortRDunilaDout Entered at the postolHcc at Frankfort Ken tucks as second class nwilable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 9 1907 CORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHouHhan The defense qf murder is a fine art in Kentucky and the morbid sympathy that attaches to the murderer and makes him a hero instead of a crim inal tends to make human life very cheap Strange how quickly human nature begins to hunt up to imagine and even to fabricate excuses to free the murderer of the consequences of antes of threats the apprehension of legal penalties The slightest excuse is accepted as sufficientthe calling of bad names the alleged utter his crime and from the infliction of physical violence in a wordly warfare anything is deemed sufficient to justify the taking of human life The dead man seldom seems to have any friends Regrets are probably expressed perhaps flowers sent but this is all The important point seems to get the murderer free In sanity is a great dodge in the absence of any ready excuse The officers of the law are sometimes ready to help When the murderer who killed his employer at Louisville was convicted by the jury the sheriff found a jury who declared him insane and the officers of the asylum found a way to let him go and he went free The plea advanced In the Thaw trial in New York that Thaw was Insane when he killed White and became sane immediately afterward ought to forever disgrace the lawyer who made it Should the smallpox ever visit Frankfort something more than a mere show of guarding the patients and those in contact with them should be observed What advantage for instance In guarding the mouth of an alley when people can easily pass across lots and through adjacent premises to the infected district So those taken to the pesthouse ought not to be taken during business hours along the pavements jostling against people as they pass In fact we doubt whether there is any good rea son why the existence of the disease should be concealed from the public thereby causing its increased spread by innocent contact through lack of knowledge Some people love the al mighty dollar so well however they would willingly see their fellowcitizen die If they could trade on their chances of life That ground hog should be watched lor caught and executed unless he can prove he was insane on the 2d of February when he failed to return Ito his den through aberration of mind and despite the darkened sun Isnt it funny The farmers com plained of the monopoly of the Tobacco Trust and then organized a Tobacco Trust with ironclad provisions theme selves Some are already complain fog that this new trust is not keeping faith Why did they not decline to plant tobacco at all That would haveI diminished the supply and broken the trust monopoly I RESIGNS POSITION Col E Polk Johnson one of th cleverest allaround newspaper men in Kentucky or anywhere else for that matter has resigned his com mission as Treasury Agent under the U S Government on account of 111 healthCol Johnson has returned to his old Kentucky hume in Louisville Heres hoping he may soon b restored to health ASSIGNMENTS In Internal Revenue Service where Seventh District Store Keepers and Gaugers are Stationed for the Month of March Distiller No1 Stoll Company Lexington Jno T Gunn day J M Stevenson additional and bottling T E Oldham mealroom W T Sellers night W F Groghan gauger No 2 Ky River Distillery Frank fort B McElroy day J R Spiers ad ditional C H Morgan additional C M Kash bottling C N Wiard gauger No 3 H E Pogue Distillery Company Maysville H G Holiday day L A Slade additional and bottling- F C Van Noose mealroom Walter R Fannin night Oscar Grisby gau gelNo4 W A Gaines Company Frankfort W D Blanding day J L Cox additional W P Bacon ad ditional T J Craig mealroom H T Gaines additional W H Sneed bottling W H Blankinship night S A Powell and W M Saffell gaugers No5 Jas E Pepper Company Lexington W S Lyne day Z J Phelps additional Amos Griffith additional and bottling D C Berryman gaugerNo Poyntz Brothers Company Maysville P D Wells storekeeper gauger No9 S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day R H Davenport ad ditional E E Price additional P S Rule meal room George P Mc Cann bottling W C Crawford night W T Crosthwait P P ParrIsh and J R Sams gaugers No 10 Peacock Distillery Company Kiserton J D Shy day C L Hough additional and bottling R D Grant mealroom Henry Newsom night W W Cherry gaugeriNo 11 S C Herbst Frankfort U G Carey day J G Brawner additional and bottling C N Wlard gau gerNo 14 G G White Company Paris J M Walker day A B Piper addi LjZimmermangauger No 17 Old McBrayer Distillery Company Mt Sterling J J Kerns day F M Cisco additional and bot thing W F Croghan gauger No 24 J H Rogers Company CISlGrisby gauger No 32 E M Rabbitt Versailles C H Talbot day George T Mont joy additional and bottling J TI Berry gauger No 23 Geo Baker Frankfort Speed F Owen day Geo M Johnson addi tional and bottling E B Davis meal room Alfred M Bradley additional Most people know that if they have B been sick they need Scott JT Emulsion to bring back health andstrength But the strongest point about Scott J Emtttsfon 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 DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 Jasrpay night Jno Stephanski gaugerINoSTi John Cochran Company Frankfort W A Hamilton day L H Finnell additional and bottling L FI Brown additional I T West meal Hanraehan gauger No 46 Jas E Pepper Co Yar nallton W B Anderson day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T H Shelby gauger No 48 N T Boggs Blaine C L Osborne storekeeperganger No 52 Labrot Graham Frank mealeroom R H Whittington additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger No 53 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort J R Dagley day Leo W Taylor additional C P Gibbs add tional H C Everett mealroom T L Whlttaker bottling Geo A Ben ton nlghtA V Combs gauger No 72 J J Chambers Means Rolla Fannin storekeepergauger No 77 Paris Distilling Company ParisJM Russell day N A Moore additional C T Throckmorton ad ditional W G Cook bottling C H Wickliffe mealroom B E Smith night D C Derr man and J P Hutchcraft gaugers No 91 J J M Saffell Frankfort J M Fraley day Thomas J Gill mealroom A E Gottschalk addi tional Eo J Martyn night F D Clark gauger No 105 Buffalo Springs Distillery Company Stamping Ground H S Sinclair day S P Willis additional Jno Stephanskl gauger No 106 W A Gaines Company Frankfort B F Fannin day L F T Steele additional A F Van Hoose mealroom W R Dudley additional R B Woodford additional Geo W McConnell additional J M Tanner bottling Will Robinson night T L McConnell F G Sparks H S Bell and L L Lemaster gaugers No 113 The Geo T Stagg Company Frankfort J H Murray day D Harp additional J G Barnett ad ditional W E Proctor mealroom Aaron Brown night D B Walcutt gaugerNo 343 DO Williams Blaine J P Blair storekeepergauger No 351 Miller Anderson Jefferson vllle A B Flannery storekeeper gaugerNo 52G W Fannin Isonvllle J C HoibrMj storekeepergauger Genera i1d ed Warehouse Le- xIngtonJrr Burbridge and R Strauss storekeepergauger General StorekeeperGauger- Z F Elkin LexingtonRectifiers Shannon Company J E Pepper Company RS Strader Son Lex ington T H Shelby gauger Rectifier- J P Williams Frankfort T L McConnell gauger- APPOINTED 1 REVENUE AGENT FOR STATEATLARGE Mr Edgar Hager of Ashland a cousin of Auditor Hager was ap pointed Revenue Agent for the State atlarge on Wednesday by the Auditor to fill out the unexpired term of Hon Geo H Alexander deceased Mr Hagerj Is a lawyer and well fitted for the position to which he has been appointed HARGIS CASE TO GO TO ELLIOTT CQUNTY After making a great deal of talk about a trial etc the case of the Hargises charged with the assassina tion of Dr VVB Cox has been trans ferred from Breathitt to Elliott county It looks like the judge who made the change of venue was trying tot select the most outoftheway and In convenient county in that section Sandy Hook the county seat Is a village of less than 200 people is 25 miles away from a railroad and there is no telegraphic communication The ways of the average politician are devious OFF FOR JACKSON Battery A Kentucky National Guards Capt C W Longmiro and Lieut Carl Norman commanding left Tuesday morning at G oclock in a special train over the L N R R for Jackson Breathitt county to pre serve order at the trial of James Hargis for the murder of Dr D B CoxThere were 43 men in the battery LaterThe boys returned home Wednesday night I t iJ 1 4 t V Pleasant to lake r r r Trade btular Laxat1vej NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor j 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 Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have triedIIt ALL DRUGGISTS25e AND SOc PER BOTTLE it IfHoesCradles and FingersItScythes and I Scythe Stones WheelTborrows r J Thresher Machine Oil r Tarpaulins l Monkey Wrenches IPipe Sittings and Wrenches 1I II FRANK G STAGGrii Hardware Paints Oils Etc ri I ar CapitolFoundry Machine CoIHOL- MES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine 1 Supplies of All Kinds J Both New and Secondhand t WE HAVE FOR SALEwSixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam EnginetNinehorse Power Hagan Gasoline 200 Bushels CapacitylBOTH PHONES IfIt II Cyi r 5 tUK1 iffA1IJPP fr T Excess Of Smoking Affectei My Hear- tSol Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me deleteriousthan the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressiveIthroat discomfort from sleepingon the Ifctt side and smothering when the sufferer to fit up in bed to breathe are heartSmokersdo not understand their meaning should be experienceI smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in MilesNervine thetdirectlons Beforewas so nervous I could not keep my hands painsaroundwould be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedheating DrMilesother remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELUAitHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddreuDr n A WORD TO THE WISE As this Is the season at which farmers are looking out for the best seeds of different kinds and it goes without saying that every farmer should strive to have the very best we would beg to offer a suggestion l to the farmers of this county i It Is this Buy the best seed only ana of thoroughly reliable men It always pays In this connection we i may say that we saw a lot of the finest seed corn It has ever been our fortune to look at on Monday last county court day It was on exhibition on the corner of Main and St Clair streets and consisted of one kind of i white cornj and three varieties i yellow The ears were firm and solid utttttearninr aovered the cob corn J pletely out to the end not leaving as so many kinds do the blackened and ragged end of the cob showing The grains were firm and flinty and L singularly free from faulty places This corn was raised by a gentle man who has made the matter a study for over twentyfive years and thi- nksWhe has arrived at the best solution of the question of seeds At the same time he showed some corn which he paid 3 perI barrel for and it no more with the other than if it was not same grain He showed us a ham which weighed fifty pounds the hog which produced it being raised by him and was fat tened on the same variety of corn which he had on exhibition He also showed us a middling which came from a hog which he purchased from a neighbor and It was so thin that one could almost see through It The gentleman we speak of has this seed corn for sale to any farmer who- may want first class seed and ready to make good any standsI tions ho may make not only the corn but as to hogs fattened He asks that any one desiring to purchase come and examine the corn in the crib so that they may know that It runs uniformly through the crop and the bacon purchased fromI hogs fattened on It Is just representedMr P Hostetter of the Farm dale neighborhood is the gentleman we allude to His address Is R F D No 2 Box 18 Lawrenceburg Ky Ho Is reliable In all his dealings OF WOMANS CLUB 1MEETING of the Womans Club at the residence of Mrs W E Settle Monday March the 11th at half past three oclock a iForthe Roundabout FAREWELL MOTHER After a lingering Illness of several years from paralysis and Infirmities of age Mrs Martha Ann Kirk died at the home of her daughter Mrs W S Sharp West Frankfort on Friday f ijll1 IbF i11 tfc evening March 1st at 5 oclock in the 77th year of her age Mrs Kirk was born In Jasper Indiana and raised to early woman hood when she came to Kentucky to Powersdcounty and there became acquainted with and married Mr Richard Kirk of this county on August 28th 1850 IIcejbrightBeautiful In form and feature not thinking for a moment of the clouds of sorrow and adversity that were tc burst upon and hover over her so soon and so long She joined the Methodist Church at Graefenberg In early life and lived a devoted Christian womanOn December 23 1861 she laid to rest her oldest son little Bennie The clouds then were gathering about her to stay In October 1862 I saw her give the parting kiss to her com panion as he turned In to the Con federate Army That left her with three small children on the farm with no one to help or guard them but the terms as she put it in 1864 her husband Mr Kirk came home an Invalid never to regain his strength and manhood The presence of one she loved In the severest of suffer ing was all she could enjoy of his presence In October 5th 1869 she was called to his bedside to put the Ilast parting farewell on his dying face That left her with six small children She turned aside and prayed God not to forsake her In this hour of need Again on April 5th 1882 the clouds hovered over her and she was called to say farewell to little Maggie She held her hand un til the last breath left her and said the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh a way blessed be the name 01I the Lord and turned away In tears She was spared to see the rest of her children grow to man and women hoodtwo boys and three girls Mr Richard and Mr Edward Kirk of Bridgeport and Mrs Ellen Cardwell and Mrs Elizabeth Cook o Louisville and Mrs W S Sharp of West Frankfort and a host of relatives and friends are left to mourn her loss for none ever knew her but to love her nor were any ever sick or In need near her that she failed to find and help ever trying and never falling to dot good in the world Both by pre cept and example amidst all her sor rows she tried to be cheerful but sometimes I have seen her alone and In tears She would say I was just lonesome To the sorrowing ones we tender our heartfelt and deepest sympathy feeling that we too have lost a kind friend We have been made to know her kindness in hours oi distress and cheered by her when sorrow has hovered about us Peace be to her ashes and may we who will miss her so much turn to her God and look to Him to direct our steps that our walk may be like hers closer with God A FRIEND c Cures Womans Weaknesses We refer to that boon to weak nervous suffering women known as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription John Fyfo ono of the Editorial Staff 1Dr ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW says root Helonlaa Dlolca which of the chief ingredients of theFa vorite Prescription remedy which Invariably acts as astermakes for normal ac IA of tho entire reproductive system In Helonlas we have medica which moro fully answers tho above than any other drug with which I am Acquainted In the treatment of diseases pe cullar to women It Is seldom that a case Is seen which does not present some Indication for this remedial agent Dr Fyfo further says The following are among the leading Indications forIlelouias Unicorn root Pain or aching In the back with leucorrhoea atonic weak condltlcflof the reproductive organs of toomen wentdltldepression and ritability of the reproductive ogans of women constant sensation of heat the region of the kid neys menprrbagld flooding due to a weak ened con itlun of the reproductive system monthlyiabnoamal condition of tho digestive organs and Aifiemlc thin blood habit dragging cnsuions In the extreme lower part of the abel onJIf more or loss of tho abovo symptoms e s n to n a e r an 1o r Pierce s v rite r ha n ents awe i3 Unicorn root or and representsOf tho medical properties ofHclonlnsI 1Profand general enfeeblement It Is useful Prof John M Seudder M D lato of Cincinnati of Golden Seal root In relation to Its general effects on tho system there ia no medicine in use about which there ia such unanimity of opinion It is universally regarded as the tonic useful In al statesProf M Jefferson Medical College of Gohien Seal Valuable In uterine hemorrhage menor rhagla Hooding and congestive dysmeuor Tbcoa painful menstruation Dr Plorcos Favorite Prescription faithfully represents all tho above named gredients and cures tho diseases for which thnv urn rncotnmondod fryyl yilt will give us pleasure to show you present offerings In fine and medium priced furniture sort that is both appropriate and durable And wo shall also glad to you our partial payment plana little a time as your income permits R Sc SONS NOTICE The Local Carpenters Union 1478 have adopted the eight hour scale with same pay to take effect April let 1907 20lOtB- LUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and 10 p m Georgtott Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 680 a m to 780 pm and at and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 d mta 6 pom and at 9 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a m to 045 pmand at S15 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 rR GUNN Manager 2tf s4V RAILPiiJf IME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accommodation departs 535 a m daily ex cept Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C O Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m dally 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 Shelbyville departs 615 p m doily EAST BOUND No 18 L N leaves 950 a m dally except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m L N leaves 435 p m daily except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accom mbdative arrives 615 p m daily except Sunday m1dallyNo 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis villeL N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrive and departs from First and Water Street Station- F C Leaves for Paris 620 a Returnsl125 n m Leaves for Parls200 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Ago Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule Nov 100G sub ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Mora pills West Southwest 920 A M 014 P M Daily Limited Washington Baltimore Philadel Milo New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 A M and 801 P M Daily 23lyr 1r 4 11tif ft j if Ji Buy Furniture Economically Extravagance consists In buying tho wrong thing at the wrong price lngtheprice If you are truly will not buy furniture cheapItits appropriatenessand sec ond for its durability It our the bo tell of liberal at ROGERS No 16 in 25 and and for 2 LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle A good vehicle isworth saving and frequently a small amount ex g pended will double its life but if neglected will cost you a new one Drop us a card and our representative will call to see you Now is 2 the time to have your vehicle and painted Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD President economical you overhauled 0 M BROWXIXG Sec and Ttd ta A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 4i AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSAnd BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN t l WE SELL THE BEST THAT IS WHAT WE DO We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc 4i To be Found in the State Call and examine our Splendid 1 isoriment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goods i ti Kentuckyand you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later Remember The Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods Ii Iiv A SELBERT1 MARRIED WATSONBREWERIn this city on Wednesday Mr Wm J Watson and Miss Lula F Brewer wereI married by Rev C R Hudson Christian Churc- hWRIGHTSMITHIn this city on Thursday Mr John W Wright and Miss Tiny Smith were married by Rev L D Stucker- SCROGGINSSTAFFORD In Jef fersonville Ind Mr John W Scrog gins and Mrs Nora Stafford were married RONEYS BOYS The high class of music which doml nates the programs of Roneys Boys concerts is the wonder of musicians and the delight of lovers of the best in music Educators everywhere who are interested in having the highest ideals presented for the instruction and cultivation of a correct musical taste in young ptople welcome the presentation of such standard music as an object lesson and an inspiration The best is none too good for the American people and the steady growth in musical taste so noticeable all over the country is gratifying proof 1off the wisdom of raising the standard of the programs every year Roneys 4P Boys Concert Company stands for the highest order of music and the most finished and artistic interpretation ossible to attain with talented boys r has nothing in common with the music of the vaudeville stage or the trashy effusions of the music halls It has carved out a niche of its own stands in a class by itself in which 1thereis no second and yields to no considerations of policy to lower its musical standard and its prestige as a public educator in its line of work There is absolutely no company like it or remotely approaching it in either in America or Europe The various costumes are rich appropriate and historically interesting The boys are from different States and are not related to Mr Roney Prof Roney has been training boys for twenty years He will appear Matinee and Evening Concerts at Capital Opera House Thursday March 21 for the benefit of the Ladles Aid Society of the First Baptist Church rSYCAMORE FRONT Spring is here again and every body is glad to see It Farmers are all busy burning and sowing tobacco bedsPeople are very busy moving these sunshiny days Mr Hardin of Benson has bought and moved to Mr Will McChesneys place Mr Lester Moore has moved to Mr Stoddard Moores place near Choate Tom Quire has bought a farm from Mr John Moore and will move in the near future Miss Lottie Suttles of Benson is visiting her aunt Mrs Jim Stockton this week Miss Effie Goins of Hatton who has been visiting Mrs Irvine Hall of Ben eon has returned home Mr and Mrs Jarrett Moore spent Sunday last with Mr and Mrs Jim and Mrs J H Martin who irt i have been visiting his daughter In Woodford county have returned home Mr and Mrs Lester Moore and Htle daughter Verna Bell were the guests of Mi and Mrs Jim Moore Wednesday last Mr Robert Hulette called on Miss Myrtle Moore Sunday afternoon Mr John Redmond called on Miss Florda Hamilton Sunday last Mr Will Singleton has about learned his trade and says he is going to sit in the shade smoke cigars and talk to pretty girls Mr Boone Hamilton has been very low with the mumps Mr Dan Moore is on the look out for a girl His horse tore down Mr Bob Hulettes fence last Sunday night and hes afraid to go back any Ben Hamilton called on his best girl Sunday last Mr Harry Moore called on Miss Minnie Hulette Sunday last Mr Harry Showalter of Benson is in Georgetown going to college Mr John Suttles called on his best girl Sunday afternoon Keep your shoes shined for the saying is there Is going to be a wed hang in the near futureBLUE BELLS WORKED LIKE A CHARM Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once appplied Buck lens Arnica Salve No inflammation followed the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all druggists 25 cents p aSWITZER Head Switzer received lots of tobacco this week Mrs J W Poindexter is on the sick list this week Miss Frona Stigers spent last Satur day evening with Miss Ruth Smith Mr W W Dawson of Georgetown College spent last Sunday with his parents Dr W B Dawson and wife Mrs W J Lynn who spent several days last week in Frankfort has re turned home Messrs JW Poindexter and R S Scott spent last Wednesday In LoulsvflleIiMiss Blanche Stewart of Frankfort is the guest of Miss Cleo Carter this Bowen Henry of Frankfort is visiting relatives here this week Mr Pryor Hockensmith spent last Saturday evening with friends in GeorgetownDr Dawson and wife entertained a number of guests last Satur day evening Mr L H Smith of Midway spent last Sunday with relatives here Mr D A Wheeler spent last week at homeDr F Anderson spent several days last week in Frankfort Mrs Will Bristow spent last Mon day and Tuesday with relatives in Frankfort FOFGETMENOT O Yitts Early Risers The flIttiepiNall DEATHS PAYNEAther home on East Main street on Tuesday Mrs Lyda Payne relict of the late Mr Simeon Payne aged 72 years of paralysis Mrs Payne was a devout member of the Southern Presbyterian Church and a conslstant and gentle Christian funeral services were conduct ed by Rev Wm Crowe her pastor on Wednesday and Jthe remains were laid away in the family lot in our cemetery DUVALL In this county on Wed nesday Mr Chas W Duvall aged 80 years of la grippe Mr Duvall was a highly regarded by all who knew him He leaves a wife and six children Mrs Walter Rogers Mrs Wm Rogers Messrs Charles Benjamin Riley and Lawson funeral was held on Thursday and the remains were laid to rest at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church HUTCHISON At Norfolk Va on Sunday Mrs Annie B Hutchison wife of Mr T B Hutchison youngest son of Maj Thos J Hutchison aged about 25 years L1 Mrs HutchisoriiTl a handsome young woman Shea leaves her hUB band and one son to mourn her un timely end- SPALDINGIn this city on Tues day Mr Jere Spalding aged about 70 years after many long months of intense suffering from rheumatism- Mr Spalding was a hardworking industrious man He served through the Civil War in the Southern Army and was a gallant soldier dlscharg ing all duties required cheerfully and willingly For many years he was employed by Messrs W A Gaines Co as a teamster and only retired when illness prevented his dlscharg ing the duties He leaves a wife daughter and one son to mourn his death The funeral services were conducted on Wednes day and he was buried in our ceme terySNOWAt the residence of her daughter Mrs John Flncell South Side on Monday Mrs Waddle Snow aged 81 years Mrs Snow was a devout member of the North Benson Baptist Church She leaves two sons and two daugh ters Messrs William and James Snow Mrs John Fincell and Mrs James Matthews to mourn her death The funeral services were conducted from the residence of her daugh ter Mrs Fincell on Tuesday after noon by Rev Dr MB Adams and the remains were taken to the bury ing ground at Benson for interment LACEYIn Louisville on Saturday Mrs Mollie Callahan Lacey wife ol Mr Wm Lacey aged about 35 years The remains were brought here on Monday morning the funeral con ducted by Rev Fathers Coniffe and Major at the Church of the Good Shepherd and the body laid away in the Catholic cemetery Mrs Lacey was the sister of Mr Pat Callahan of this city KIRK On the West Side Saturday Mrs Martha Kirk aged 76 years Mrs Kirk was born and reared near Bridgeport She leaves five grown children to mourn her death The remains were taken to her old home for interment oil Sunday morn- Ing i i Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street If1IF YOU BUY IT AT SILBERTS ITS GOOD r FOREEIn this city on Thursday Mr John M Force aged 76 years Mir Foree was an honorable and up right man He served with credit tc himself In the civil war as a Federal soldier and was drawing a pension He was a bachelor His only rely tives in this county so far as we could learn are Mrs Kate M Williams and Rev Father Thos S Major The funeral arrangements had not been made when we write WEITZEUrIn this city on Thurs day Mr Lucas Weltzel aged 81 years Mr Weitzel was born in Alenderf Prussia but had been a citizen of this city for many years He was a baker and confectioner by trade but had been compelled to retire from business several years ago on account of poor health He was a brother of Mr Louis Weitzel of this city He leaves a wife and six children to mourn his deathThe funeral will take place this morning J For the Roundabout IN MEMORY OF MY FRIEND OL YEARS AGONE CALEB W MERCHANT Who has passed to a better and a higher life where he is as free the wind to come and to go For 76 years he enjoyed the pleasures well as shared the sorrows of this earth life Years ago when the writer of this was but a lad he lived in the city of Lexington and worked as a typo on the Observer and Re porter a paper edited by the late Col Mike Wickliffe and was familiarly known as Cale and was loved by all who knew him for he was humane and one of Natures Noblemena true type as expressed in the prayer of the immortal Pope Help me to feel anothers woe And hide the faults I see That mercy I to others show That mercy show to me On the 14th of Feb 1855 he joined the U S Army and served five years then reenlisted and served through the war of the Rebellion and was dis charged as a faithful soldier with honor He then made Frankfort his home where he was married to Miss Nannie Flynn Sept 8th 1867 Here he entered the police department and served for a number of years After the relentless fingers of time had fastened upon him the stamp of old age he was given a position at the customhouse in Frankfort Ky as a reward of true merit He leaves a most estimable wife and four children to mourn his transition Mrs Eastin of Lexington Mrs A W Nezor Mr Hugh and Mr C W Merchant all of Frankfort Ky He affiliated with the Episcopalians and was a man among men Peace to your ashes dear friend may they rest While your spirit shall roam in the realms of the blest Mid flowers sweet flowers in Gods garden above In that land ever fragrant with love sweet love A FRIEND 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 constipa Lion will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25 cents at all Druggist s r 1vOOUJOURIIALLtAND 1i RoundaboutRoy The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed riThat is all Mr Watterson Is a Democrat and has always been a Democratineer a Republican EsIout of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to sup port the ticket And there you have It SEND YOUR ORDER THIS COMBINATION TO USrNOT TO THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIERIJOURNAL ALONE IS1 A YEAR LOW RATESfFROM LouisvilleV r L Southern Ry j In effect dolly March 1st to April 80th and Sept 1st to Oct 31st inc w 3400 Helena and Butte 3500Spokane 3850 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Angeles and other California points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers tickets will also be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2nd and 16thto Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast completeinformation agentorB YENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORD District Pass Agent Louisville Ky JC BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo Feb 23to Apl 80 tHE Blue Grass NurseriesI Lexington Ky Offor for the largeline Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits WE HAVE NO AGENTS Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to- IL F Hillenmeyer i Sons Feb 288m 1MatBnf ko j 7r1 ac 77y j f 1f 1 RELIGIOUSI 9 ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rov A 13 Chinn rector services at follows I Holy Communion at 8 a m I 930 a m Sundayschool 11 a m Sermon by Bishop L W 1 Burton D D 7J 30 p m Sermon by Bishop L W Burton D D and confirmations r LENTEN SERVICES Mondays Evening Prayer at 430 Tuesdays Subject The Sermon on the Mount 430 p m Wednesdays Brief service and Bible Study 730 p m Thursdays The Sermon on the Mount 430 p m- FridaysLitany The Sermon on the Mount 730 p m i BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at l ha 111 and 73u p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baraca class at 945 a m taught by the PastorI Baptist Young Peoples Union at 545 p m in the chapel I Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 730 In the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov C R Hudson pastor wnl preach at 11 a r m and 730 p m Sundayschool 930 a m in the chapel Endeavor Society meets OJChristianthe chapel meeting Wednesday even Ing at 730 In the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector I Low Mass at 730 a mI I High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louisville will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Bndeavor at 630 Pm r- I Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH tRev D W Robinson Presiding Elder will preach at 11 a m and 730h p mIoJ11 Holy Communion at 11 a m Sundayschool at 945 a m r Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend f SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN r CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 IJm Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody Invited to attend BBLLEPOINT CHAPEL ju Sundayschool at 300 oclock p m The NewsNo pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all llCough Cures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure is and has been for 20 years The National Law now re quires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixture It must be printed on 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 medi cine else it must by law be on the label And its not only cafe but it is said to be by those that know it best a truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chance particularly with your children Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with mariesISTAMPING GROUND J We regret to learn that Mrs Julia Sebree wife of Mr T L Sebree Is very low Mr John Tilford Is quite sick Just nowMrs Hattie Perry has as a guest fs HSWFL f i t- 1 DenO1lJ r i f Georgetown SundayMr considerably enterprise p Science developed something infinitely better clamp ARE BY construction through elimination amount galvanizing PITTSBURGH PERFECT REINFORCES RUST ELECTRICALLY They perforated steel Every Rod Perfect prejudice rapidlydeclining antiquated known judgment- S PITTSBURGH REPRESENT PROGRESS isolated grocery store electrically your was a large its tires welded by electricity will find electrically welded ice freezers and washing machines on many tubs and buckets Examine I PITTSBURGH PERFECT are by this modern and marvelous producing THE WELD A THAT FARMER agent II PITTSBURGH is Iud to guarantee t That the whoa are not Injured at the Jointsr39ullThat the fence Is perfectly That the stays will not separate from the i the fence Is right In every Could you ask any more definite protection l Is assured IN EXAM FENCE IM SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY P SOWERAIaD Sri E J9I E RiC A9 g07309 MAIN STREETBOTI PHONES her brother Mr Alonzo Hamilton f St Louis Mrs Eliza v H Gatewood has been very sickI the past week Mrs Ruby Helmlller and son Harry I T have gone to St Louis Join Mr Helmlller Miss Mayme Haggard of was the of relatives on H Singer and wife have as their guests Mr and Mjrs Blacl aby Mrs Blackaby is their daughter Mrs Jane Bradford was bruised up by a fall last week Messrs W H E T Oldham have purchased the Interest of Mr D R Oldham in the Elkhorn Mills and other property Mr B R Oldham soon move to his near Oxford Dr Wm Mason and Miss Alice Tay lor were on Thursday Feb ruary 28 at the residence of Mr Will Cassity Mr Cassity performed the ceremony Dr Mason Is practicing nedicine here His bride is Owen county teacher Dr Crutchfleld will soon move to the Southworth place Mr T L Southworth will move to the property on the Frank fort pike Mr G W Yates and wife will move to the place vacated by Dr Crutch field Mr Clark Roberts will to the place he purchased from Mr R C Head Mr G A Goddard will move to the property purchased from Mr Clark Roberts La grippe coughs colds and pneu monia are epidemic Mr A lI Duvall was In Frank fort on Monday The German Coach Horse Association have engaged Mr J Alex to keep their noted stallion this season The new Stamping Ground Roller Mills are now way and attend ing to business We wish them all In their new I The friends of tho venerable Dr E H Black are saddened by the news that ho Is failing rapidly from the infirmities due to his advanced age i 89 years Died February 27 at the Haner r This Is the of Years of life are added the of serious fence defects A holds moisture cracks the and allows the water to attack the bare wire A smaU of displaced on THE PRO TECTION AGAINST AT THE WELDED JOINT examine the joint STAYS CANNOT SLIP are always just where they were put Stay and strand wires become one piece when the union is made The fence is like a solid sheet of is Dont allow your in favor of the and now methods you have heretofore to warp your good PERFECT FENCES because hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of standard material is daily welded by The hoop on the average sugar barrel in the country is an welded product If wagon made in factory were You hoops on cream them fences made simple process II HELD MR NOW Every handling PERFECT fences this adjustable I That all Your complete satisfaction u i iT 8 Mto guest Roller will farm married an Miller move Kelly under success WRAP House Mr Frank McMahon aged 76 IrishIIrenn He was left an orphan at an earlY age and shifted for himself He was a mason by occupation He came herQ Shelby county He was buriedlnihe Masonic Ceme tery on afternoon Feb ruary MarriedIn Cincinati Mr John M Dean of Lexington and Miss Bertie i Anderson of this plat fl a married on Tuesday UNO BIG OTIS AGAIN IN TROUBLE Otis Evans went to the coal office of Mr R A Brawner frightened Miss Alice Brawner the clerk so that she ran out as he came In There was 12 In the cash drawer when Miss Brawner left Evans In the room I When she returned the money and I Evans were missing Evans had just been given two hours in which to leave town by Judget Herndon for drunken and disorderly conductUp the hour we write Evans had not been arrested GET BUSY The time within which 10 raise Franklin countys portion of t- hetheurnatism Ihave found a tried and tested cure for Rheo tlsml Note remedy that will straighten the toned limbs of chronic cripples nor turn bony owths back to flesh again That is impossible t I can now surely kill the pains and pangs of s deplorable disease n Germanywith a Chemist In the City of rmstadtI found the last Ingredient with ich Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy was made perfected dependable prescription Without t last ingredient I successfully treated many ny cases of Rheumatism but now atlast ituni mly cures all curable cases of this heretofore ich dreaded disease Those sand Yke granula stcs found inRhoumaticBlood seem to dissolve d pass away under the action of this remedy ai eoly as does sugar when added to pure water id then when dissolved these poisonous wastes eely pass from the system and the cause of eumatism is gone forever There is now no it needno actual excuse to softer longer with i help We sell and la confidence recommend ShoopsI rheumatic 1 ALL I DEALERSk t has than the wrap or ITTSBURCH PERFECT ELECTRICITY modern method Guaranteed electricity LISTEN authorI strandsiabsolutely26iNi PALL AND Co-T Moi recently Thursday 28I Remedy FENCES WELDED O Jamestown Exposition Fund Is grow ing very short Mr Geo L Payne the treasurer has laid before the peo pIe the needs of the exposition the amount apportioned to this county and the fact that the responses have not been up to expectation so far While it is true that it is a shame that there was no State appropriation for that purpose It would be equally a shame If Franklin countys part is not raised Gf JHC3- ELouisville Herald AN IDEAL NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME The Louisville Herald is recognized as a fair clean fearless newspaper- It has no political alliances and is absolutely free to express Its opinion on any subject whatsoever the welfare of our country our Commonwealth and our people the only duty Its telegraphic news Is complete Its market reports uptodate and always reliable SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE NEWS OF KENTUCKY Our Regular Subscription Prices DAILY 400 SUNDAY ONLY 200 DAILY AND SUNDAY 600 But if you so desire you can make advantageous terms for Roundabout and The Louisville Herald through the publisher of this paper This combination price Is for a limited time only Send us two 2 and we will send every day in the week without Sun day and The Roundabout for one year Subscribe now for this great barg- ainEoundalDOiit COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was county court day and there was an unusually large crowd In town A large number of mules were on the market They ran from com mon to firstclass and they brought top prices A good supply of horses were offered plugs common good and extra Prices went skipping and on that account not many sales of good ones were made There was a marked absence ot other stock and of course no sales to amount to anything The farmers were discussing the tobacco question in all its phases It is conceded that all things else being equal there will be a big crop set out on the hill this season SAVE HER SONS LIFE The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo Is Mrs S Ruppee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable druggistsdNew Discovery and I soon noticed improvement I kept this treatment up for a few weeks when he was perfectly well He has worked steadily 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 k LECTURE ON WHITE PLAGUE Dr J N McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health will deliver a lecture on Things People Should Know About Doctorswith especial reference to tuberculosis at the First Bapptist Church on Wednesday March 2S The lecture will be free and Is de livered at the request of the Franklin County Medical Association FRANKLIN COUNTY FAIR IS A GO That there will be an oldfashioned county fair held here this year seems to be an assurred fact Arrangements have been made with the Traction Co whereby Glenwood Park has been secured and all the necessary Improvements will bo made Our older citizens well remember what attractive and successful fairs were held here a number of years ago and there Is no reason why we should not have even better ones than they were for the facilities are now far better Dr Weaver Treatment Syrup for the blood j Cerate for skin eruption j McClures Splendid Sale You can buy More and Better Goods at McClures for the same money than at any other Store in this City- I i GO THERR AND SEE212214 ST CLAIR STREET THAT NEW SYREN WHISTLE The new interurman freight car which Col Sallee the manager of the traction line has just placed on the line a syren whictle and when it began to blow everybody thought that the line had installed an interurban car and would soon be running to Versailles It attracted lots of atten tion SOME FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT THE KENTUCKY EDUCA TIONAL ASSOCIATIONd In order to get exact condition of the Association in Kentucky let us make sonic comparison and give a is few figures The membership of theM Indiana State Teachers Association for the year 1906 was about 2300 lessJIn each State almost if not every n county in the State had its representatives present Hundreds of teachers representing the public school the college and the university alike were v present at every session and the tc meetings throughout were full of interest enthusiasm and business Let us see how this compares with the last Iimeeting of the Kentucky Association t The enrollment for the year was 142 havetfcounties in the State had more than live teachers present Only 26 county superintendents were present The number in attendance by Congressional districts were as follows First 9 second 31 third 36 fourth 15 fifth 6 sixth 4 seventh 17 eighth 6 s ninth 4 tenth 3 eleventh 4 By counties the attendance was as fol Franklin 10 Henderson 7 Christian 6 Fayette and Jefferson 5 each Darren and Hart 4 each Hardin Union and Spencer 3 each Grayson Green Graves Gallatin Clark Campbell Calloway Boyd Boyle Allen Todd Rowan Puiaskl McCracken Madison Logan and LaRue 2 each Fulton Cumberland Bourbon Bell Ballard Trigg Simpson Ohio Nelson Muhlen burg Morgan Monroe McLean Liv ingston Lincoln Hopkins Hickman and Henry 1 each This is certainly a deplorable condition of affairs and so long as it continues we may expect but little progress along educational lines From the Legislature we can uemand but little and expect nothing A few of the faithful gather them selves together and they are often times benefitted but the great rank of States teachers are untouched The teachers who need the benefit never get it and the great educational wave that should be set in motion and that should affect ever county in the State rarely ever gets beyond the limits of the city in which the meeting is held As to where the fault lies we are not at all certain The officers of the association have been faithful and have done all that we could expect them to doTe be hove the fault in a large measure Is with the city and county superintendents and the leaders of throughout the State The educationI ing of the association will Winchester on June 18 19 20 19071 It should be the greatest and best meeting ever held In the State At r least 1000 teachers should be en rolled and we believe they will be Every county In the State should be well represented Let every educa antd I f city superintendent and every teacher go to work at once to moire the next association a record breaker +I The Work of the Next Meeting of Kentucky Educational Association I The Kentucky Educational Associa tion in the past has not accomplished what it should have accomplished It has not been the power for good that it should have been In many States of the Union It Is a great moving power and its work and Influence are in every section of the State Its- emands upon the State Legislature are carefully considered and as a rule enacted into law All these things can and should be accomplished by the Kentucky Educational Association ake it a business affair put the proper spirit Into It and It will give- na impetus to the educational life of the State the like of which has never been known Suppose we can have an attendance of 2000 teaches Let them come to think and to work Let them come for business and for the welfare and future happiness of the youth of our State The good results that would come from such a meeting are without limitation On the other hand suppose we have only a few teachers from onefourth of the counties of the State What can we hope to ac complish What could we expect from the legislators Absolutely nothing They would simply look at the teach ing force of the State as an aimless unorganized class without purpose and caring little whether or not we progress or retrograde If the county and city superintendents will do their duty we can have the teachers there So let the superintendents begin or ganizing at once Let the teacher know that the call has been made and it is his duty to go Let him understand that it is a business prop osition and that the investment will yield an enormous dividend It would be well in this connection to say something of the reorganization of the Kentucky Educational Association The committee having this meeting in charge is working constantly and the matter is now well under way The general conduct of the reorgani zation is being done skillfully by Supts Rhoads Mark and Crabbe and by the time of the next meeting will have a permanent membership made up of the most enthusiastic teachers in the State The plan will be to follow that of the National Educational Association There will be a perm nent membership and all persons educationalI ings Including all addresses and the names of all members will be pub lished In book form and these with other pamplets of Information will be sent regularly to all permanent members whether or not they attend the meetings of the association In this way all may have the pro ceedings and addresses even when they find it Impossible to attend the meetings These documents will be valuable to any teacher and no doubt hundreds of teachers who can not attend the association will become men hers In order to secure these valuable papersWithin a few days the secretary will begin sending out circular mat- tel explaining the nature in full of Kentucky Educational Association in the future and all persons who desire to become members should send their name and dddress to him at onceT W VINSON Sec K E A Lexington Ky 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 roll to the capitalnderson Lawrenceburg3d Monday Bath Owlngsvllle 2d Monday Bourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday Brathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester4th Monday Estill Irvine3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flemingsburg4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster4th Monday rant Williamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthiana 1th Monday MondayILee Beattyvflle 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2d Monday Madison RichmoJi 1tlstMOnd1Y Mason MaysViller Mpnday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 1st Mon day Nicholas Carlisle2d Monday Idham Lagrange4th Monday wen Owenton4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton1st Monday iilaski Somerset3d Monday Scott Georgetown3d Monday helby Shelbyvllle 2d Monday Wayne Montlcello 4th Monday Voodford Versailles 4th Monday r EMPIRE thisIundoubtedly one of the best if not the best production presented this season at the uptown playhouse and the theatres patrons seem to know utmost capacity both afternoon and evening yesterday and that the audi ences were not disappointed in their expectations was evidenced by the most enthusiastic applause and waves of laughter from the rise to the fall Dorothy Webb Albert and Major Cas per Nowak the latter that immensely amusing little comedian are the three stars supported by actors and comedians of more than usual ability such as Al H Lang Walter V Mil ton William St Willis James Re TomaWaters wellknown to Pittsburgers 1made more than good in his role of Mayor of Laughland He was im mensely funny as the Irish politician Miss Abbott as his daughter Eileen a most charming and graceful little body can dance sing and act ad mirably won many admirers at the outset of the entertainment sari held them to the last moment Nowak proved his ability to create the midget comedian only 28 Inches laughter to the lull satisfaction of the audience The music Is bright and catchy and a sprightly chorus of pretty girls who can dance and sing well enhanced the performance There is practically no plot just a musical comedy story of the son and daughter of two men who are enemies falling in love The pompous Irish mayor of a little town takes exception to the political speeches of a German professor who lines up the vote oft ytfI R4 STRANGE ADVICE I Dr G O Green alert personal atteBUM to his great humanitarian contract 4In our Almanac for many years past we have ven unusual advice to those lungtroublesspecialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their urgethemis the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Ger Man Syrup makes it possible for us te give such advice fWe by the ex centbottlecoldsJmmcbia1 nsumptiononlarge regII1arFor sale by J W Gayle his countrymen against the mayor on election day When the professors son later falls In love with the mayors daughter the latter goes gunning for the son The young folks steal the irate mayors motor car and elope The wives of the two enemies star a scheme to reconcile the fathers with their children and engage a actor to introduce two supposedly noted singers to the husbands The men make love to their own wives disguised and are so dumbfounded at the discovery of their inconsistency that they consent to everything wishedThe Pittsburg Press Tuesday January 15 1907- KENTUCKY MAGAZINE We have received the February number of the Kentucky Magazine Col C E Merrills monthly published at Lexington Ky It is well filled with interesting and readable matter IrJXPERIENCI TRADE MARKSI maJIIUICkltlions nrlctly confidential HANDBOOK on Patcu- sent to free Oldest agency securing patents 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