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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- u flt r n11 t r I WJ JjI I- P1 t rt t 1 1 1 CJlJitNJIIJ BOt ifHtI 4 THE FRANKFOI RoUNDABoUTiGE- O A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO i LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Titus 100 In Advance YOL XXXFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH 16 1907 NO 26 I For the Roundabout OLD TOBE By Howard H Farmer I know there want no better hoss Than poor old Tobe nowheres We raised him from a suckln colt An used him thirty years An ma she thought as much er him As any one of u- srAn pa he wasnt for behind hed fume an fuss i Hed brush an curry him sometimes For nigh a half a day An stuff him full er corn an oats An meal an bran an hay Hed rub on lard an axle grease When skin would git knocked off An give condition powdersgee Fer every groan an cough Hed have to look Into the trough When one of us would feed An count the cobs an leavlns there To see he got his need Hed come an fix the collar pad An yank the breechln straight When one of us had harnessed up An led him to the gate This bellyband Is way too tight Hed bust It ef he coughed Go git the curry comb an brush I put em In the loft My Lord such trlflin nigger ways- I oughter use a sprout You never tetched that off hind leg Here help me take him out Twas that a way from morn till night Poor Tobin this an that But never poor barefooted Bill Or Zetty Llze or Matt We children had to hoof It when t Old Tobe was In the stall They wouldnt let us ride nowheres Orglt onhlmrat allWA I iL A hoss thatsbetter than a boy Or gal it seems to me Is just a leetle too good ferI This world of misery But some folks take a dlfrent view An ma an pa Is um An since hes gone I feel right sad An sorter lonely some His back gin out a way last spring Or somethln bursted loose We tried all kinds of medicine But nothin want no use We got a doctor too for him An paid him for the job But Tobins hind legs got too bad To step clean uv a cob All thru the summer an the fall He kept on gittln worse I looked most any day for mar To send an git a nurse He et his feed all right enough An kept up slick an fat But want no better off fer work Than some old soreeyed cat I told em he was bound to die An pa he thought so too An that wed better ease him off But ma she said boo hoo You havent got no hearts at all To think of such a deed 4 An pa he lows hearts fiddle sticks I paint got no more feed We led him round behind the barn As tender as we could An stuck some spunges up his nose An chloroformed em good Old Tobe he reeled about an fell An pa set on his head An po red some more way down his throat An then pronounced him dead An Matt an me we skinned him there An folded up the hide An pa he went back to the house An watched ma as she cried But after while she wiped her eyes An got upon her pegs An lowed shed go out to the barn An gather up the eggs r I was a milkin of the cow Wihen ma come throu the gate Oh Lord she screamed In such a way That riz my hair up straight Sbeimade a breakright for the house Her apron to her face 1 N dz i s i Tho cow wheeled round an lit out too I looked then fined the race But pa come out an led him back An hollowed fer the gun An Matt he shet both eyes an fired An so the deed was done Ma never slept a wink that night An pa Is nervous yet An I have lost my appetite An so has Llze an Zett We shet our eyes an there it is Raw head an bloody bones An from the barn at night there comes Some awful ghostly groans But Matt he tries to cheer us up With sickly sorter fun I wonder ef when he come too He knew he had been shun STREET CAR ACCIDENT On Saturday afternoon there was collision on the street car track at the Norman corner which resulted In the rear platform of the Park passenger car being crushed- It seems that the freight motor car was pushing two freight cars up from the G T Stagg Cos distilleries and just as the Park car was turning into Ann street and before the rear end had cleared the track the motor car pushed the freight cars up the track towards the railroad depot and they collidedLuckily a number of the incoming passengers had alighted from the pas senger car the platform of which had only a few minutes before been crowded with people and all the pas sengers were inside the car Other wise a calamity might have happen ed Dr C K Wallace was on the incoming car and safe the accident v wN I WHEN HER BACK ACHES A Woman Finds all Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away Frankfort women know how the aches and pains that come when the kidneys fail make life a burden Backache hip pains headaches dizzy spells distressing urinary troubles all tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the stealthy aproach of diabetes dropsy and Brights disease Doans Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders Heres proof of it in a womans words Mrs T Thornton of 533 Short street Frankfort Ky says A con stant dull aching pain across the small of my back caused by my kidneys has annoyed me for years On acconnt of this and for the fact that my back has been so weak I have not been able to do any hard work about the house at all There was a difficulty with the kidney secretions which was a constant irritation They were irregular un natural and scalded Doans Kidney Pills were recommended to me so highly that I got a box at J W Gayles drug store They certainly helped me in every way for I felt better than I had in a long time 1 have no hesitancy in recommending Doans Kidney Pills to anyone suffering from kidney trouble of any kind For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoans and take no other t HEAVY TIDE IN RIVER The Kentucky river is rising very rapidly at this point The almost con tinuous rains of the last ten days must have extended to the mountains from the volume of water which is coming this way- MlUmen are looking for a good tide and much timber to arrive tt t8J4genuineLaxative I the tMMdy that cares a coM IB MM 4ay I Ji For the Roundabout ILOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Twas on a and beautiful Saturday morning that I arose and from my window at i hotel saw the first glimpse of Lookout Mountain- I could not rest until we were on I our way to the mountain When at the foot of Lookout w went on the incline railway l The Incline road Is 4750 feet long The steepest grade 67 feet to 100 feet This is one of the longest incline cable roads in America and was erect ed at a cost of 100000 The terminus is directly in front of Lookout Inn When we stepped off the car there were guides galore and each one wanted you tp ride with them But we thought No3 looked like he could tell us all about ft and he also had the best team residencesurprised to find so many handsome homes mostly summer homes of peo plo that winter in Chattanooga But many people lived there all the time on account of the pure air and find it very bracing for invalids From the top of the mountain it is 2200 feet above sea level We next walked over to Natural Bridge and saw many springs with the clearest water I ever saw Then to Point Hotel and Lookout battle field which view shows the western slope of Lookout mountain where Hookers army ascended the mountain to the plateau below the hotel Here on PoInt Lookout the Battle Above the Clouds was fought November 24thr 1863 Also from Point Lookout one can get the most magnificent view of AErlYerTheriverforms a perfect Indian Moccasin hence Its name At this bend the river is 1700 foot wide Then we went on down the moun tain side to view the ruins of the Old Craven House which was torn to pieces by a Federal battery There is an old milk cellar where in the family took refuge during those perilous times We came back up the mountain by Umbrella Rock which is a great mass of sandstone resembling an open um brella Many tourists go upon this rock and have their pictures made but I didnt venture up Then to Point Park from here one IB supposed to see seven different States but whether we reahy do or not I can not say The guide said so The States are Tennessee Georgia Alabama and Kentucky in that direction I gazed a long time then North Carolina South Carolina VirginiaWe also told of many skir mishes on different points One he told us about was the midnight battle The guide asked me about what dis tance I thought a certain mountain was from where we stood I ventur ed 25 miles and I was told that it was 85 miles It was a glorious day to visit the mountain as there were no fog or clouds to interfere By this time we were getting hungry so back to Lookout Inn for lunch This hotel Is a magnificent structure It Is 365 feet long with 400 rooms Dining hall has a seating capacity of 350 guests Then tired and weary we descended the mountain by way of incline railway Then back by National Cemetry where 18000 brave soldiers lay sleep ing Hundreds of graves are marked unknown When one thinks of it Chattanooga is a sad place as so many brave lives were lost In and around hereTomorrow we visit Missionary Ridge and Chickamaga ParkC B B a A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an un happy slaves Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound healthkeeps you welt 1 aar Early II TIN isIMWMttN 1 t tiI apt ip I OPPORTUNITIES FOR SAVING Consider this List of Special Values offered at Cr KACrlU BRO UNDERMUSLINS Corset Covers edged with lace 15c- Muslin Drawers 15c Corset Covers beautifully trimmed with lace edge and insertion 25c GOc Gowns nicely trimmed 49c qualitySOcWOOLEN DRESS GOODS NoveltySultlngs terns 50c yd 50 inches wide Secilian 50c 50 inches wide Panama in gray extra special 75c 48 inches wide black Voile 100 yd 50 inches wide Chiffon Panama 100 yd 25 LADIES SUITS 25 These High Grade Suits we are selling at 25 are es pecially attractive made of the finest quality Chiffon Panama and Fancy Suitings tailored by the best workmen money can procure Other special values at 15 1750 and 20 SKIRTS Beautiful Panama Skirts in new plaited effects extra specials at 5 Fine Chiffon Panama Skirts exquisite style 750 Voile Skirts plaited style very full 10 and 1250 in black and blue NEW SPRING COATS Ladles Coats made of fancy suiting neatly tailored hPX Jlte J5 Qfcher special values at 650 to 15 cash NO ST CLAIR ST AT RICHMOND GOES DRY The city of Richmond county seat of Madison county has just come out of a hot on the local option ques tion As usual where the women children can Influence the male contingent the drys won by the deci sive majority of 148 The total vote cast was 1108 of which 628 were cast for local option and 480 against- It was freely predicted beforehand that the wets would win As high as 20 was paid for a single vote Only one precinct in the city went wet- Strange to say it is said that the victory for the drys was won by the intelligent colored vote which Prof Curry had pledged for local option SILKS 36 inches wide black Taffeta Silks n 125 value only Jl Fancy Silks for Shirt Waist Suits in neat checks I stripes and plaids 75c and 1 a yd 19 inches Wash Silk in white 25c yd- EMBROIDERIES 500 yards embroidered Edges worth from Gc to 7cyd 5c yd A large assort ment of Cambric Edges In beautiful patterns extra values lOc yd Corset Cover Embroidery with beading special 25c LACES Immitation Val Laces 2Vc ydA magnificent assortment of immitation Val Edges and Insertions 5c yd 3 inches wide Torchon Edges with insertion to match 5c yd French Val Edges and In sertions 8 13c 10c 1214c- and 15c ydRSHEER WHITE GOODStBeautiful quality Persian iLawn 15c yd 46 inches wide French Lawn nice sheer quality 20c 25cwyd yd iLinen Lawn 36 inches wide C KAGIN Sc BRO4143 BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY fight and RESUMED The J J M Saffell Distillery No 91 the property of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co resumed operations for the season on Monday last This distillery will make a short run DR SHOOP FAMILY MED CO- t RACINE WIS For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit a trial size box 4 of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm that gives instant relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jarsI 150 cents Sold by all dealers rWOOD MANTELS We have a nice Assort ment of Wood Mantels They are all the go now Come and see them HAMMOND CO r a i ifi Weitzels Easter Specials Ladies and Misses Tail ored Suits 15 1750 20 Shirt Waists SOc 75c 1 Black and Colored Silk Undershirts 598 The great It G Corset this week 50- cTveiitjfive pieces Suiting worth 20c and 25c this week 60 yard Charles J Weitzel y PERSONAL Rev A B China left Wednesday for Beattyville Miss Sara Mahan has returned from- a trip to Danville Capt M H Insko of Carlisle wa In the city this week Miss Geveneve Posey has return ed from a trip to Danville Mrs Jno W Reading visited relatives at Pisgah this week Mr Jas B Weathers of Louisville was a visitor here this week Mrs P Fall Taylor of Helena Ala is visiting relatives here Miss Virginia Nunn has returned from a visit to Bowling Green Mr 0 C Kenney and wife returned i from Martinsvllle Ind iiTuesdaaqs ur W E Baxter has returned from a trip to his farm at Neosho Mo ftr Mr M H Holllday of Hazard at Mended the U S Court this week Mr Jos Finley jailer of Scott county was In the city yesterday Miss Josephine Kavanaugh visited relatives at Fort Thomas this week Mr Chas G Mutzenburgh has re turned from a trip to Jackson county Col Thos A Hall left Saturday for Nelson county to visit his mother InIProf C J Norwood State Mine spector of Lexington was here Tues day Mrs George Darsie left Saturday for Boulder Col to make her home in future Mrs J P Chinn of Harrodsburg was the guest of Mr J Morgan Chlnu this week Mr B G Graham of Lawrenceburg brought his wife and daughter here oii Sunday Judge W i1 Harrison of Jackson one of Uncle Sams men was In the city Tuesday Mrs E C Tlinberlake of Winches ter was the guest of 11rsHHoge this week J Judge D D Fields of Whltesburg was in attendance upon the U S Court this weak Prof Glen Swigert of Suwanee Tenn was the guest of Rev A B nn on Tuesday Airs V A Kaltenbrun was the guest of her brother Mr Weisenburgh at Midway this week Mrs H H Roberts who has been the guest of relatives at Lexington has returned home Miss Joe Murphy spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of her sister AErs Jos T Bryan Mrs T F Taliaferro visited her daughter Mrs R B M Colvln in almouth this week Mr Chas J Clark of Louisville was the guest of his niece Miss Annie Herndon this week Jlev Wm Crowe attended she Christian Endeavor Convention at Lexington this week V Rev Jos M Severance attended the Christian Endeavor Convention In Lexington this week i Miss Virginia Thomas was the guest of her aunt Mrs C Gran Graham in Lexington this week Mr Hubert Pulliam of Lakeland was the guest of 1Irs1noC Davis West Side this week Mrs Canada Rodman of Louisville Is the guest of her brother Mr Jno streetsMr Ballard Wood of Lexington spent Sunday with his parents Mr Jos B Wood and wife Mr Pat Downing the accomplished ball tosser left Tuesday for Meridian Miss to report for duty Mrs A D Martin was called to Staunton Va Friday by the illness of her daughter Miss Natalie Judge W F Hall of Harlan was in the city in attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Monday Mr Tarlton G Julian of Florida was the guest of his brother Mr Clarence Julian on Thursday Mr John Pilklngton of Fayette county was the guest of his brother Mr Alvin Pllkington this Week Mrs W S Farmer who was called to Lawrenceburg by the illness of her mother has returned home Dr Maurice S Davis wife and child of Lexington were guests of his father Mr I Davis Sunday Rev L W Burton D D Bishop of Lexington Diocese was the guest of Mrs L P Tarlton on Sunday Mrs Jennie T Card well returned Saturday from a visit to her sister Mrs JL Watson in Lexington Mrs McCarthy and child of Lexington were called here by the Illness of her mother 1lrsT B South Mrs Geo D Baldrlck of Lebanon who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Tobin has returned home Rev J O A 1 aught and Mr J S Darnell were called to Lawrence burg to attend circuit court on Thurs dayMr W L Gaddy of Versailles the genial fox hunter was in the city this week a servant of your Uncle Sam Mr Leslie Goins of Louisville was the guest of his parents Mr Jamds Goins and wife South Side this W L Cannon and daughter of Midway were guests of Col GebF Berry and wife at Juniper Hill this J G Venable of Missouri who has been the guest of his sister Mrs W T Reading left Monday for Versailles Mr Henry Wright of Farmdale was called to Louisville on Monday by the illness of his son ln law Mr W A Brown President H H Cherry of the West ern Kentucky State Normal School at Bowling Green was in the city this week Dr R N Roark President of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School of Richmond was in the city this week WWm C Herndon Jr has ac JamestownJExposition Air Geo A Lewis was called to Glasgow on Monday as a witness in an important case In the circuit court of Barreucountr 1IrJ M Lindley vicepresident of the Arizona and Michigan Develop ment Co was the guest of Mr R R Wilson this week Mr Jno B LIndsey Jr of West Pascagoula Miss was the guest of his parents Mr Jno B Lindsey Sr and wife this week Mrs J A Grant who was called to Cynthiana last week by the serious illness of Capt Ashbel P Welch returned home Saturday Mr Sam Stone Bush of Kenwood Park Louisville was the guest of his brother inlaw Col Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mr Pat Merrick and wife of Indianapolis Ind were called here to attend the funeral of Mrs Merricks father Mr Lucas Weltel Mr John Meagher and wife of Louisville were called here to at tend the fun lfi of Mrs Meaghers uncle Mr Lucas Weitzel Mr Harry Bright physical director of the local Y M C A has resigned his position and gone to Norfolk Vat accept a position at the Jamestown Lindsay and wife left Thursday for New York City These good people were detained several months by the Illness of both Mrs Lindsay and later the Judge Col C E Hoge has returned from a trip to the Jamestown Exposition where the Commission of which he is a member let the contract for the erection of the Kentucky Exhibit Building e SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT FORKS Mr A H Tincher has purchased from Mrs L Cass South a house and lot in the Forks of Elkhorn and 23 acres of land near by for the con sideration of 2000 The deed was recorded on Thursday INJURED BY FALL Mr Jesse Roberts employed at the concrete plant at the new State Capitol fell from the top of the con crete machine on Thursday was badly cut about the head and a bone In his right hand broken Dr C A Fish rendered all neces sary surgical attention d BUYS PROPERTY Mr E M Cozine has purchased from the heirs of Miss Hallie Herndon the storeroom Jan Second street now occupied by Mr JL Bohannan as a furniture repair shop and the cot tage residence in the rear The lot fronts 36 feet on Second street and runs back 100 feet The price is private TAKEN TO fyiE SCOTT COUNTY J JAIL Genial Joe Finley the gentlemanly anjl efficient filler of Scott county clime here Thursday night and on yesterday morning took several Fed eral prisoners to the Georgetown jail under orders of Judge Cochran I 0J right New Gloves now oSeclc wear new Sec great ial Handkerchiefs only 15c this week Easter Novelties Cards Chicks Ducks Rabbits and a lot of Novelties fail to visit store this week ICharlesN Weitzelrt aJRUGS AND CURTAINSPle- ase call and examine our Rugs Curtains and Tapestries Rugs 2Jc 39c 75c v Rugs 110 150 275 t 1gs375 450 5 Large Room sizes 9 1015 1750 Muslin and Lace Curtains Muslin Curtains 50c 150 per pair Lacs Curtains 50c 75c 250 and up Scrims Nets Dotted and Figured Swisses Draperios and Wall Coverings and Panels 9 JACKETS AND SKIRTS Our Skirts are the cheapest and most perfect in fit i and tailoring See them d r F J HEENEY tji t Value JOHN DRISCOLL J The Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place ISour JOHN DRISCOLL f 216181 Clair St Frankfort Kentucky f IFREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham KENTUCKYS ALL GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published Post has for several years endeavored to secure of aU at last succeeded in securing them through the assistance I tucky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been Kentuckylgroup in an uptodate Atlas showing with the latest census all the presidents the United States and Flags of all nations statistical data of the War also late maps of the United ama Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three national census and much other historical informatio- This unique and valuable Atlas Is FRee to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for n full years subscription by mail or zoo for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by only and that the subscription price by or agent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions daily 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 i IIIndLOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Postwith this Paper I I CAN NOT RAISE RATES The Court of Appeals on Thursday handed down an opinion In the case of the Frankfort Telephone Co v City of Frankfort wherein the Telephone Co claimed the to raise its rates The court held that under the ten year contract with the city the com pany could not raise its rates It Is said the city will now go after the East Tepnessee Cowhlcliiis raised its rates Dr Wearer Treatment Spep forth blood Carte let skin truptieM Hosiery our in volth25c big Dont our Too Qualify Leading HandMade FREE VEveningGovernors BUYS vALUABLE PROPERTY I N1Irschased from Mr R M Aldridge his twostory brick residence on theIicorner of Broadway and Washington streets Price is a private one tIs a Taiua le tPlecfJof property located JiIt was for many years the residence of Col D Howard Smith at that time fhd Ahg1ler 1stat j j Llttl I well rit Early Risers tI TIN fautius ttIe pHis 1 ft r Th8 RBI GOOdS of Spling RiO Now Awaiting Inspec1ioq and JudgWBQt After months of preparation we can now say that we have gathered the largest and most complete stocks of new goods that has ever been assembled uider this roof Here will be found u wonderful assortment of readytowear Suits Wraps Skirts Waists etc in all the new models and fabrics Thousands of yards of Wool Dress Goods Silks Wash Goods vie for your favor presenting n sight that has never been equaled hereaboute for beauty and variety And for those desiring new Rugs and Lace we want to lay special stress our assemblage of new RugsIts far ahead of anything we have before shown and many are thu surprises in store for those whovisit this important department of ours r DRESS GOODS Beautiful Weaves 88 in Wide 50cHigh Novelties to 150 x125 Black Volie 50 in Navy Panama SILKG A Superb Exhibit Block checks in all colors only 50c Novelty Silks one Pattern of a f kind 75c to yd t EVERYBODY 1 Asked to Aid in a Movement Which Means Much to Kentucky State Mustbe Adequately Represented r With a Building and Exhibits at the Jamestown Exposition Kentucky will have at the tWhat Exposition which opens on next remains to be decided in the next few days The Stat wants a building which will be the pride of every Kentuckian and the admiration of every visitor to the worlds fair It wants an exhibi- which will disclose to the world th great and varied resources of this a tractive Commonwealth Kentuckys attractions are worth of exploitation They are surpressed by those of no other State in th- r Union The Jamestown Exposition o f fers a wonderful opportunity I many respects it will surpass in inter international celeest any previous bration It will be the mecca of hundreds of thousands of visitors from the East and the South It was in this manner that the Fifth State Development Convention held t 1ast October in Winchester looked up on the subject This Convention rec ognized the opportunity offered to aid InState development It elected the Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission which organized last Novem ber with Col J Stoddard Johnston as President The Commission was without funds for the carrying out of the purposes for which it was created There was 1no legislative appropriation The Commission appealed to the patriotism and business enterprise of the citizen- of Kentucky That appeal has be answered only in part It is authoritatively announc ed from the headquarters of the Com mission that further funds must be forthcoming before its task can be properly fulfilled The Commission again appeals for substantial assistance Contract has been let for a State Buildinga re plica of the Fort of Bponesboro It will be the most attractive structure on the Exposition grounds But fundsI will be needed for the maintenance of thIs building and for the display of products of Kentucky farms forests and mines The State Can not afford to make half a showing Every man and woman in Kentucky is asked to help maintain the goodI 1name of the State at a worlds fair held in the Old Dominion Kentuckys mother State Members of the Kentucky Commission are devoting thel time and services gratuitously to th task They ask the aid of their fel low citiens No contribution will be too small to be of service The in SUITS Beautiful Eton Coat Styles in Serviceable Molton 15 Handsome Voiles and Silks 25 to 3- 5MUSLIN UNDERWEAR The best Values in well made Garments Childrets Jackets 2 to 10 p tegrity of the men composing the Sfute Commission warrants a careful and judicious expenditure of the fund All subscriptions should be made pa able to Logan C Murray Treasurer Ousledy Louisville HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG aned do as Mrs N F Rowan Mc Donough Ga did She says Thre bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of skittroubltan as I am now tooyk m work with ease and assist in my hus alnTOOK SENSIBLE VIEW OF LIFE Lindley Murray the grammarian a native of Pennsylvania who died in 1826 had views of life that were quite as correct as his principles of English grammar He wrote I was persuaded that a truly sincere mind could be at no loss to discern the just limits between a safe and com petent portion and a dangerous profusion of the good things of life These views of the subject I reduced to practice and terminated my mer cantle concerns when I had acquired a moredate competency WARRANTaSHOWS UP A State Auditors warrant for 1 issued by Auditor S H Stone by Assistant Auditor Frank H son In the year 1896 was returns- to the Auditors office on Thursda and paid It was found among the papers of a Mr Vaughn of Webster county- It Is not often a State warran stands out for 11 years To Stop a Cold with Preventics IsI safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head off all colds and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preventics are little toothsome candy centaif you begin to sneeze try Preventlcs They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers SKIRTS The Largest Showing evre made in Frankfort Exceptional Styles at 5 High Class Styles 8 to 15 WAISTS Now Spring Models in Lawn Linen and Silk IN COURTEOUS OLD SPAIN red yThe stranger can not perhaps me easily get a single glimpse of the t and ancient Spain than by acqulri the habit of traveling third class The seats indeed are hard but co pany is usually excellent charming its manners and not offensive to a sense Here a constant series of nov pictures is presented to the travel who may quietly study theme leisure Perhaps it is a dozen men girls on their way to a festival par ed tightly together and laden wt packages some the more seda among them wear mantillas some bright handkerchiefs on their heady or go with their hair uncovered but however they are dressed to what ever class they belong they are all clean and sweet Or perhaps it is a less crowded carriage one enters there are two middle class Spaniards and a peasa group of three a fat jolly middle aged man in a peasants costume but clean and new almost stylish a woman of like age one of those free robust kindly wofflw whom Spain produces so often and a pretty bareheaded girl evidently her daughter though the man seems a friend or re lative who Is escorting them on thel journey By and by when we have been some hours on our journey he lifts from the seat in front of him th large heavy embroidered wallet the alforja which Sancho Panza was ways so anxious to keep well filled unwinds and draws out one of the great fiat delicious Spanish loaves and throws It on the womans lap Then a dish of stewed meat appear- and the bread is cut into slices whir serves as plates for the meat But b peasanda tl1devery why happen to be present and it as a matter of course politely refused thte d from the wallet and the meal proceeds At its final stage some of sweetmeats appear and fragments are offered to the two m die class Spaniards and then a slight halfmovement expressing a fine courtesy restrained by the fear of foreign caballero also It is not improper to accept this time and ayalliward unfamlllarity Month ly Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate BoccMsf treatment for blood and akin dieefM I OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY C H TAYLOR Jr A lONt I Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky l l 1lt 1 t JiI t ti V if t itp SPRING JACliET8I Splendid Value n Nobby Effects 10 to U2 TalTeta Jackets 8 to 15 GLOVES Kid or Silk new Spring colors HOSIERY New Spring Patterns NEW BELTS c I LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE 1006ns WESTBOUND inDNail4 lYAM elLeave INo2 IIPM II8tatlon ails Da he0iatSOTpy429k841th8eoto22bn1eTrains Nos sod 8 will make connections with the C SterlingCamptoll will connect with the Mountain Oen e and Cam ton Trains Nos 2 and will make connection at Bcattym BeattyvilleOSCOTTntA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY Mls the it Ex SandI NO22jDail Stations Arr980 283 Jackson 925 280 O K Junction 1 10e741I 122 Heltchawa Lee 61o 518 1222 1228 105 Cannel City 645 rpointssachhl s signstper expenses COd178m KILLTHI COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS prKingsh FOR iOLDS P 00MI IIPrice 1Surest and Quickest Cure for all and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK C Street Car Schedule Cars leave Main ancV Ann streets FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT 615 a m and every 15 minutes un til 1015 p FOR PARK LINE 615 a m and every 45 minutes un A tilSOpmFOR LEESTOWN 630 a m and every 45 minutes until 1030 p FOR CEMETERY 6 630 a m and every 45 minutes until 8 10 p m F Jb V Traction Co J D 8ALLEE Supt AMNo3 No DailyEx DallyEz No1 AM DailyEx Ar Nh 128 14b Frankfort inGln08ti 8De The Route Local Time Table IIN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 DAILY SUNDA YIA IIPM Midland 081 No88 200 620 D Frankfort Ar J7i56 Summit Elkhorn Switzer Stamping Ground 8432 1916 21 Duvall 6 Johnson Georgetown I C S Newtown 854 808 Centerville 8111 Elizabeth 842556J Paris Tunctn 8 to Ar Paris r Lv Connects C at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects CentraL at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky iiiNBETWEEN CINCINNATVIA PMIAMI IAMIPM 26jLT Frankfort Ar1 i2115 515 Georgetown Arl 8 Lv 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS M P N P N 20 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 716715 3 Lv Georgetown Ar 620 3 Lv Ar 5 30 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL B B POINTS 25A17OOP247PUP A Winchester L 09A 346P 115Poop 16bPTHAYPreen A TfteFianKrorlRoimflaDout Entered at the postollico at Frankfort Ken lucky us soconilohiss mnilnhle mutter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 16 1907 r OUR TURNPIKES Our attention has been frequently called of late to the miserable con dition of the turnpike roads of this county from all directions come complaints that the roads are being ir cut through and in some places it SMis said that the macadam has given completely away and that the mud is cut into by passing teams It is also al leged that before long unless some thing is done to remedy this state of s affairs some of the roads will be practically impassable t Other counties immediately adjoin us present such a marled con Fatrast that it is positively humiliating Take for instance the county of Woodford As soon as a traveler crosses the county line Into that coun dty he finds smooth and well kept roads and a continual improvement thereinWoodford county has a competent road supervisor and in addition has a rock crusher that puts the macadam in t good condition and the roads become smooth even and a delight to travel overWe are moved to ask why this difference Our county court has made liberal allowances for keeping the pikes in repair Why then are not they kept up at least to the con dition they were in when made free pikes There is a rumor that the U S Government will put in a protest in this matter The conditions upon a which rural free delivery was estab lislied was that there should be good roads over which the carriers should kP this condition been complied iir with We rather guess not A word fo the wise ttt U S COURT JURIES 1The U S District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky met In regular spring term on Monday last The following gentlemen compose the grand jury Sanford Lyne Fayette county fore- manJ Ide Rucker J J Waterfield and S U Case Anderson county J R Stout O W Geier and J W Davis yka Carroll county W E Barron Fayette county Aug Luscher N F Richardson D B Black and W B Jones Franklin county Andrew Gordon Henry county W H j Tipton Shelby county and YoL countywThe following gentlemen compose the petit juries k No IJno Pllkington Lexington Zach Church W G Armstrong J M Banta and Milton Arnold Frankfort Julius Morris New Castle J E Kep hart Pleasureville Jos Lewis Owen ton Jno F Thompson Wheatley W H Boulton Eagle Station L C Pal mer Georgetown A D Waller Simpsonvllle No 2W A McIntire J H Alex under J E Young Milton Jere Calvert W S Jones T C Sibley Campbellsville Henry McWillinms HIMartin Paris Ben Wilson Rockdale Saml Agee Owenton Ben Stewart LeeportA number of shiner case were rapidly disposed of the greater part of whom plead guilty and were awarded the smallest penalty by Judge Cochran The grand jurr returned a large number of indictments and adjourned jon Thursday DEATH OF B FRANK WILLIAMS ESQ OF LEXINGTON Mr Frank Williams of Lexing ton father of Gen Roger D Williams of the Kentucky National Guard died at his home in that city ton Monday morning Mr Williams was a native of Bour born county and was a son of Maj Geo W Williams He was a graduate of Bethany College Va For a time he lived in Chicago afterwards re turning to Kentucky- He served for a number of years as a U S Ganger under Col R M Kelly and Col A M Swope Collectors of this District Later engaged in the electric supply business He had reached the ripe age of 80 years He was a genial and compan ionable gentleman- He leaves a wife one son Gen Roger D Williams and one daughter Miss Nary Williams to mourn his death- The remains were taken to Paris and interred in the cemetery of that place on Wednesday morning HE CLIM A TREE One day last week Mr Robt W Noel visited his farm near White Sulphur recently purchased from Mr Huston Wood and while there went to a field in which he has a lot of hogs Among the hogs was a vicious boar which at once proceeded to at tack Mr Noel and forced him to take refuge in a tree losing his hat in his flight The savage animal came near catching Mr Noel tearing his pants in his teeth and foiled in the attack proceeded to tear the hat into sherds Mrs Cassins Smith whose husband occupies the house as a tenant was attracted by Mr Noels cries and sum moned a colored man to his assistance who had a big battle with the enraged brute but finally ran It away with a fence rail Mr Noel descended from his airy perch and next time will be better prepared to Inspect his porkers MONDAY NIGHTS ALARM Shortly after 9 oclock on Monday night an alarm from box 34 called the department to the residence of Mr A Duane Brown on Broadway where a small blaze was started in a ment room a bed used by a colore- man was found to be on fire It was quickly extinguished with only nomi nal loss BUYS RESIDENCE Mrs Nary L Tobin as representing the heirs of Mr L Tobin purchased on Monday the twostory frame resi dence on the corner of Logan and Fourth Avenue now occupied by Mrs Mollie Thomas from Mrs A E Stephens The price is private The purchase was for an Investment only Rapid changes of temperature we hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platformthe canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold Scotts Emulsion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature It wilt help you to avoid taking cold ALL DRUGCI6TS 5Oc AND 100 LOUISVILLE LOSES TWO VALU ABLE CITIZENS The city of Louisville has been call ed upon to mourn two of her oldest and best citizens this wee sThe first to answer the last call was Judge Lewis N Dembitz one of the first lawyers in Kentucky and a noted author of standard legal works Judge Dembitz was 74 years of age and his death was due to nn injury received In a street car accident several months before YSwho was hence on Tuesday last He was the first chief of the paid city fire department and was an efficient and capable officer He installed the electric alarm system He was also Lt Colonel of the 28th Ky Volunteer Infantry In the Federal Army during the Civil War and was after having had to resign on account of his Injuries commissioned Colonel of the 7th Veteran Reserve CorpsIn life he was a tobacco manu facturer and still later an internal revenue officer He was In his Seth year and is survived by his wife and six children among them being Mr Frank H John son who was Assistant Auditor under Col Sam H Stone and Rev Jno S Sweeney and who resided in this city several years It is seldom a city is called upon to lose two as valuable and yet as totally different men In one week COAL HEAVERS HURT Two colored coal heavers in the employ of the Frankfort Elevator Coal Co John Smith and Cornelius Mitchell were pretty badly hurt by a tram way trestle at the Cochran distillery upon which they were load ing a small car giving way and fall ing on them Smith had an ankle broken and Mitchell was bruised about the face and body Drs Goodrich and Anderson attended to the Injuries of the men SAVED 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 to help him when by our druggists advice I began giving him Dr Kings New 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 SUSPENDID Distillerydand Warehouse Co suspended opera liens for the season yesterday after having made a four months run Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulates operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your druggist for them TRACTION MAGNATES INSPECT PROPERTY The managers of the Central Ken tucky Traction Co were in the city on Saturday on a tour of inspection of their property in this city and coun ty and as well to look over the ground for the location of the central powerhouse of the company They used their motor car and went over all the points of Interest leaving for Lexington in the afternoon a FRANKLIN COUNTYS TOBACCO ASSOCIATION The Franklin county branch of the A S E have purchased two lots from Mr W D Park on Holmes street one lot 200x150 feet and another lot 100x150 feet upon which will be erected a rehandling and drying house and also a storage warehouse for the tobacco raised In this county Buildings will be erected as soon as the weather will permit and the warehouse will open for business They are located upon the switch of the F C Railway leading to the Glass Factory A number of hands will be employed as the exigency of the work requires li r Pleasant to take Laxative Syrup 3jI NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION a Ask Your Doctor i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extiacts 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 4tableabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etctYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thantany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelfoorrows iIj h i t Thresher Machine Oil iq l Brt Tarpaulins JHt Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 4 FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils E- tcCapitolFoundry Machine Co HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KYVDealers in and Repairers of H Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds1130- thNew and Secondhand rWE HAVE FOR SALE r Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrsl200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES ItI f I eAJrx- rY r lfikr t MentalStrain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Doses Weak ened Stomach Dr Miles NervlneCuredMe Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest mnd sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out roomReadI have always been healthy with the ex mlJillness some ears ago I assisted in parsing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life the mental i strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness trouble com menced sore throat and neuralgia My 4physician gave me pu ative doses which stomachforand the dormant condition of stomach soon told upon my general health I had Jlittle appetite and was soon forced to a part of the time Within a t DrMilesup about the house I continued their use until completely cured faith in Dr Miles has been strengthened by hayIneusedresults in a case of paralysis and a friend to lwhom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use know of a number of others whom yourmedicine has in a you continued success MRSFRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va bottleon Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 1RONEYS BOYS The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist Church will give a beautiful and unique entertainment at the Opera house on the 21st of this month for the benefit of the society Under the title Roneys Bros Concert Company of Chicago the people of Frankfort will have the pleasure of hearing a dozen of so boys under the age of thirteen and trained by Prof Honey of Chicago in different cos tumes and songs and justly consider ed the finest trained voices anywhere 6 of their tender age Christmas last the President and Iris gracious wife gave a childrens f party and five hundred little folks i were overjoyed at being able to hear the Roney Boys in concert work aThese little fellows appear in cos- tumestt of all nations and will no doubt receive an ovation from the people i here Tmly in dreams Ive listened To the music of the spheres angelsIBut now my prisoned fancy Has an earnest of their joy For I grill hear the earthly cherubs That are christened Honeys Boys FREE LECTURE The White Plague trfe Theme Dr J N McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health has de livered a very fine address upon the theme Things People Should Know About Doctors at a number of points in this State and other States The lecture has attracted a vast deal of attention and comment wherever delivered t The lecture will be delivered at the First Baptist Church in this city on Thursday evening March 28th The address will be delivered under tho auspices of the Franklin County IMedical Association- It will be absolutely free and it behooves every one to get all the in formation they can about life and health and this address is full of it NEW FIRM r MrTm Phillips who has been Bookkeeper for Chas Whitehead for ir tho past four years has resigned and a partnership with Mr Jno J and opened up a firstclass shop on St Clair street in 1formed room formerly occupied by Kandy Kitchen firm will carry a complete lino of Gas Fixtures Valves Pipe Fittings etc THUNDER STORMS We have had two regular summer thunder storms this week Together with the one about ten days ago this makes tho charm number Wo wonder if winter done broker a t IADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofllce for the week end ing March ICth Brayan Dadie Burner Charles Cnlenmn Mrs Margaret iowor Mss Maggie Clark Miss Mattie Daniels Mrs Carrie Fry Libbia Ford Miss Lucy Gardner Miss Alice Golden John Grimes Miss Ellen Glass Joe- Hllshell Charlie Hawkins G G Hiiinmons Joe Hencson Mrs Amy Hobbs W C Hill Elba Harrod Lenard Johnson Mrs Maria Lacy Miss Elizabeth Lawrence Miss Ruben Lechel Mrs Riot Laidly S Lamver Miss Hazel Moodes Mary Meek Lawrence Minor Mrs L B Manlon R E Mitchell Miss i nays Willie Mates Miss Mary D Miller Miss Maggie Meriwether Mrs Daisy Nesby Leo Offutt John N Owens C C Flumes Louis Richards Galolle neld Lulu Razor Miss Mattie Shelton P C omitb bliss Maggie Taylor Ben Taylor James The Frankfort Clothing Ward Miss Lucy J Winters Gean Whitt James Watson John Wilson Miss Rosy May Wolfs Mrs Robert Yordon John When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M ADDRESS AT PUBLIC SCHOOL Prof Glen Swigert of Suwanee Tpnn College delivered a short ad dress to the pupils of the public schools on Tuesday on the Value of a Classical Education It was an address filled with valuable thoughts and calculated to do much good PRETTY DELIVERY WAGON Mr W S Farmer the dry goods merchant has purchased and installed one of the neatest delivery wagons yet seen In this city What Dar They Cure The above question is often asked concerning Dr two leadipg medi cines Golden Medical Discovery and PrescriptionThe Golden Medical Discovery is a most potent alterative or bloodpurifier and tonic or invigorator and acts favorably in a cura tive way upon all the mucous lining surfaces as of nasal passages throat bronchial tubes stomach nnn bladdcfescurlng a largo cent of catar rhal ca whether a disease affects the nasal passages the tlttnat larynx bron psisbowelsasuterus or other PBIVIC orga n onl uccessful In affects s av r dv s for tssO diseases e r we n fits an re fH t w u Is a power u yet gent y act nv at ing tonic and nervine For weak worn out overworked womenno matter what has caused tho breakdown Favorite Prescription will bo found most effective In building tho strength regulating tho womanly functions and bringing about a healthy vigorous systemA each bottlo giving thin formula of both medicines and quoting what scores of eminent med- Ical authors whoso works are consulted by physicians of all the schools of practice as prescribing say of each In gredient entering into these medicines Tho words of pralso bestowed on tho several Ingredients entering IntoDoctor Pierces medicines by such writers should havu more weight than amount of non professional testimonials because such mon are writing for the guidance of their medical brethren and know whereof they spook Both medicines are nonalcoholic non secret and contain no harmful habit forming drugs being composed of glycerlc extracts of roots of native American medicinal forest plants They are both sold by dealers in medicine You cant afford to as a substitute for one of theso medicines of known composition any secret nostrum Dr Piercos Pellets small sugarcoated easy to take as candy in vigorate stomach liver auUbowels ti It will give us pleasure to show present offerings in fine and medium furniture the sort that is appropriate and durable And shall be glad tell you of liberal partial payment Plitta little at a income permits NOTICE The Local Carp tern Onion No 1478 have the eighth Jur scale with salvo pay to take effect April lot HJOicJ 20lOt- f BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington everyihour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p in Leave Paris every hour from 6 a tu to 7 p m and 10 p mGeorgetown Leaves Lexington every hour from 680 a m to 780 pm and at and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour trout 010 a m to 816 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 d m to 6 p m and at 9 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a m to 045 p m andat b15 and lOp m E T Phone 010 Home Phone 174 R T GUNN Manager 2tf RAILROAD TIME TABLE WESTBOUND- No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 635 a m daily except Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C O Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m daily No 17 L N departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m daily except Sunday P No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 615 p m daily EAST BOUND No 18 L N leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m 16 L N leaves 435 p m daily except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accom modative arrives 615 p m daily ex cept Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only- C 0 trains arrive and depart Seventh Street Station Louis villeL N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrive and departs from First and Water Street Statio- nFC Leaves for ParlsG20 a Returns1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p Returns720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Atw Ohio Ry Schedule iu effect Nuts 25 lOOti sub ject to change without notice Limited for LoiusvilleNfisUvllleMen phis West mid Southwest 920 A M and 014 P Hall Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Now York llichmoud Old Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 P M Daily L3lyr t s H K J Buy Furniture Economically Extravagance consists in buying the wrong tiling at the wrong price- Economy consists in buying the right thing at the right priceIf ollalC truly economical you will not buy furniture henpItits appropriateness and second for Its durability you our priced both we also to our time as your R ROGERS SONS adopted Division Division from from Chesapeake M LET US FIGURE FOR YOUk i The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle A good vehicle Isjworth saving and frequently a small amount ex p pended will double its life but if 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 overhauled and painted Seller Carriage joIVERSIMrES KY r WARD President C M BROWXIXG 1 Sec and Treats If44iff A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON r FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers Sendus your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m s AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN I fl WE SELLi THE BESTTHAT IS WHAT WE DO f We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds EtciN To be Found in the State Call and examine our Splendid 4 jsortment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goods i n Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow late- rRerneniberThe t Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for sucli a class of goods H IM A SELLL3ERT I MARRIEDQUIRE on Tuesday Mr Ben F Quire and Miss Viola Quire were married by Rev L D StuckerTRIPLETTIn this city on Tuesday to Mr Eugene Triplett and wire a daughter FREIGHT WRECK AT JETTS Shortly after 12 oclock on Thursday night a freight car of a through C c O train jumped the track at Jetts and waS smashed Luckily no other car were derailed The track was tor up for some fifty feet The damage was repaired by the wrecking train and the freight train came on to this city just before 6 oclock that morn- Ing r FOUND AT LAST J A Harmon of Sizemore West Va says vAt last I have found the i perfect pill that never disappoints me 1 r and for the benefit of others afflicted t A with torpid liver and chronic constipa 8tion will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25 cents at all Druggist t THE POWER OF MAN i Have you any idea of what is meant v by the physical power of man Ask f the officials of the English prisons i where convicts are required to operate the treadmill Estimate how many pounds are lifted an hour by the alleged sportsman who shoots pigeons with a sevenpound gun Give a woodsman a fivepound ax on a ten day job in the Adirondacks and reckon the number of times he raises that weight every eight hours What of the busy typewriter capacity 100 words a minute Each hand weigh- a pound speaking of man now nor the dainty little flippers of woman 1 kind and counting each word at an average of four letters we can figure out a movement of 460 times a minute 24000 times an hour and 192 000 times in a working day of eight sours which is to say he lifts 192000 pounds with both hands in a day of eight hours WORKED LIKE A CHARM Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa t Va says I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once appplied Buck J lens Arnica Salve No inflammation I followed the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all drug gists 25 cents I JUDGE GOT HIS ANSWER Judge Graham of the San Francisco Supreme Court gets as much fun as possible out of life even extracting an I occasional laugh from trials over which he presides Not long ago he I indulged in his favorite propensity Iand came off second best An appli tocant for naturalization was before him the French chief of a big hotelII Satisfied with the answers to the for It mal questions Judge Graham sudden I ly and unsmilingly put a final pose- rirnYon say you are chef What is the S difference between a teal duck and a 1pheasant Just as quickly and fully came the answer Forty cents your honor 07 tY 61 i THE LOUISVILLE STRIKE One of the worst strikes ever inaugurated in the city of Louisville commenced on Sunday morning last when the street car employes went outBusiness of all kinds has been badly crippled and general inconvenient experienced not only by the citizens of the city but by the general travel- Ing public The authorities have acted only in halfhearted way that really encouraged the lawless element among the strikers until serious riots occurred deplorend s of the case at issue but we do kno that the basic principle is that man has the right to work for another or not as he pleases but It is squall true that if he does not wish to work he has no right to say that another man who does wish to work shall not do so The one is liberty the other Is law less license that no well regulated community can submit to There Is entirely too much politics Involved The local authorities are afraid to enforce the law for fear it may become disastrou- to the political prospects of the of ficials in power The situation demands fearlessness ana persistence in the execution o the law which seems to be entirely lacking Ohl for a few days of Jacksonlan treatment of the situation Lnter A compromise was reached Thursdav night and service resumed on yesterday SORE ARMS Must be Shown or Prisoners can not Enter Kentucky Stirs ac btadmitted to the is latest ruling of the prison commissioners who have caused notices to this effect to be sent out to the sheriff of each of the 119 counties of the State Sheriff David Smith of this city received his notice and In the future he will see that all pros pective candidates for the penitentiary are vaccinated According to the notices sent out the certificate of successful vaclna tion must accompany the commitment papers and if it is lacking or not up to standard the prisoner will be r fused admission until he is properly Inovulated Hopkinsville Era NEVER OVERLOOKED A CHANCE When Bishop Talbot now of the central Pennsylvania diocese was the cowboy bishop of Idaho and Wyoming he never overlooked an opportunity of securing contributions for the missionary work In which he took such delight On one occasion while attending a meeting of church dignitaries in St Paul he was chatting with some other clergymen on the steps of his hotel when several ho boes came along One of them approached and asked for aid Bishop Talbot took him aside and after a short but earnest conversation the other tramps saw something pass from hand to hand What did he give you asked the other hoboes when they all started away Didnt give me nothing was the disgusted reply I gave him a dollar for his blamed new cathedral in Lannie BERTHS RICHARDSON In this city on Wednesday Mr John Richardson aged 60 years Mr Richardson was a carpenter by trade He has been lil for some time with a complication of diseases He leaves three daughters and one son to mourn his death- a SCHLOSSERfAt Thorn Hill on Sunday Mar 11th Mr William Schlosser aged 25 years of con sumption Mr Schlosjser was a fine manly young man earnest and upright was a member of Bethel Baptf- w Church- a The funeral was conducted by Rev Dr M B Adams on Monday and the remains were laid to rest in the burry ing ground at Bethel He leaves many relatives and friends to mourn his untimely death5S t McKEEIn this city on Tuesda Robert McKee only son of Prof H McKee and wife aged 9 earsot bloc poiaton This manly little ladwon all he by ills sturdy and happy dispositio- s The sympotiy of a host of friends go out to this afflicted family in their des sow condticf the were laid to rest in the family lot In our cemetery Prof Leslie R Gault aged 68 a former resident of Paris died a to days ago at Detroit Mich where h was engaged in educational work in a collegeThe deceased was a former editor of the Kentucky State Flag published in Paris and in 1866 converted into the Paris True KentuckIan He was educated by the late Mrs Louisa prominenteh Y one conducted a school 1at Columbia Kentucky- He was a schoolmate of W H Ingels of Paris whom he visited 15 years ago Mr Gault is a brother of Mrs Anson L Shropshire of BourbonKen tucklanCltlezn- t Mr Gault was a brother of Mrs Jno M Banta of this city Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me cureed me permanently Hon John R Gar rett Mayor Girard Ala The ewsNo pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if al Cough Cures were like Dr Snoops l 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 pri on the label or package For this reason mothers and others should Insist on having Dr Snoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoops labels and none in the medi cine else it must by law be on the label And its not only coin 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 others and see No poison marks there You can always be on the safe side by demanding Dr Snoops Cough Cure 8ligply refuse to accept any other Soldby all dealers f t iFrj f Reliable Jeweler 230 St 1Jr Street ti f IF YOU BUY IT AT SILBERT8 ITd GOOD I SWITZER Dr W F Anderson spent last Wed nesday in Frankfort aR Miss Lizzie Spicer who was called her by the death of Miss Lille CL Carter returned to Georgetown last Tuesday Miss Clara Carter spent last Wed nesday evening with relatives in Scott county Mrs Julia Sebree wife of Mr TL Sebree near Stamping Ground died on Wednesday March 6th We extend to the bereaved family our deepest sympathy platste n were married last week in Georgetown We regret to learn that thsre is smallpox so near us as it is now visiting Stamping Ground After a lingering illness of several months from consumption Miss Lille SaturdayC at young woman having quite a number of friends who extend their deepest familyn TWO STORY SANDWICHES i For afternoon tea and little suppers two story sandwiches are quite the thing The bread brown or white is cut in slices of wafer thinness and delicately buttered on one slice is spread a sweet or savory dainty and accompanfinene up and are then topped with a third slice butter downward There is no end to posible combinations cold boiled ham and tongue moistened with mayonnaise covering one slice and with minced FoAa vegetarian sandwich spread one slice with minced green peppers and cucumbers chopped fine and seasoned with mayonnaise and the other with shredded lettuce leaves BRIGHTEST SNAPPIEST BEST The Louisville Times fills the bill Published every week day afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE IITIMEsRegular subscription price a year can get THE TIMES and Roundabout BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 5 Send your order to this papernot THE TIMES READ THE TIMES AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES f 1 I WEE 1tY t COURIER tJOU AND ftAItJf FOP Only igo II The Presidential election is ap changedThat i Democrat and has always been a Xi isentialDemocrats are getting together tosupport it VTHISNOT TO THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE Ji OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE JSI A EARolLOW FROM Louisville S I j VIA= OJ d tir ts1 qY 1 In effect dally March fat to April SOtiu and Sept 1st to Oct 81st inc 1 4 X 3400II- r Portland Tacoma 3850 and Seattle 3800 I San Francisco Los Angeles and other California points Corresponding rates to other points in Northwest I h Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers ticketsIfwill also be sold on March 19th and April 2nd and 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and SoutheastScompleteinformation agentorB YENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky Ct H HUNGERFOBD District Pass Agent Louisville Ky GenPassFeb 28to Apl 80 I THE 4 Blue Grass eriesIx Lexington Ky Offer for the largebe a Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Grape Vises Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and WE HAVE NO AGENTS Strawberry and General Catalogues on application H F Hillenraeyer i Sons Feb 288m t Ir I REJGIOU3ASCENSION CHURCH Rev A BVChirih rector services at follows Holy Communion at 8 a m 930 a m Sundayschool 11 n m Prayer and Sermon Subject The Obstacles to Rollw gjon f 730jm PrayerandSermon Subject The Prophet Daniel 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- Thursdaysrho Sermon on the r Mount i30 p m- FridaysLitany The Sermon on the Mount 730 p m BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 73u p m bychapellBarYptfhtPeo leSN fmlon atI 46 ptIit 1c ldUPrayer meeting Wednesday evening tapehVhltocs uinrttedrSeat I tree i r- CHRISTFACI URGEiRed I ciR Hudson pastor will preach al 11 a inland 730p m v I Sunda schoorat9r5Qa mi in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets I at 700 in tile chapel v Prayer meeting Wednesday even i ing at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited l II CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas SMdJpr rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a in Sundayschootjat 2p m Vespers at lI0 p m 1fJr FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louisville will preach at 11 L nt and 730 p m SundaySchool at 930 s m Young Peoples Society of Christian Bndeavor at63ft p nt4 Pratermeeting Wednesday evening t730p mjr41 Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A I Vaugfit Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730PJ m Sundayschool at 945 a m I Prayer meecing tortWednesday even- Ingi at 730p m- EveryboUyiinvited t6 attinde s OQrrefp SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH R6v Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach tflta m and 730 pmYoung Peoples Society t7 p m Sundayschool 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p in Everybody Invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m BRIDGEPORT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bro T N Arnold will preach at Bridgeport Christian Church on Sunday March 23 at 11 oclock a m Every body invited to attend A TURKISH HEALTH REPORT The French government wishing to i obtain definite statistics on points re lacing tocertain Turkish provinces recently sent blanks with questions govPWhat is the death rate in your IQIn Damascus it is the will of that all should die Some die and some die old Q What Is the annual number of births1 I i r t Aj God alone can sayIdo not know bail he4ltnteto inquire I QvArej the supplies Hof water suf flcient and good quality i i I AJ From the remotest period no one has dletHn Damascus of thirst I3eneral remarks as to the local san itlorr ifa gltdn1tit bother him self or his brothgpjvtth jQueatlons f that concern only God i4 a c r i4t nhVJk r t73z rP TkATIDr + put Tnt the store Ifyour a were wm find ice and many and and marvelous MR ized tEIss That th irs not the d That Is to uneven That stays from the fenoe Is right In every you ask any more 1J I i H r A ALPHABET to Earnest the in I all need Hopeful of but not pedantic a bird Kind even thought suffering with the for the sake of to a fewt the skies fall my pleasures Quixotic than hard to own Selfrespecting the limit True to my best Unselfish short of i Uia Willing believe the best and fresh heart to make the best of life KAISER WILLIAM A +One duly the was walking dress when he by a corporal The noticing that the mans face wore a him some time the corporal to but at last that he was love with the daughter his sergeant but the marriage since the girls father have none less a sergeant a law r Do you love the girl the With all my heart was the well then and tell your sergeant major that the has made you FIT THE told you five six times said the Irritably that 1i dont part my hall that side beg your sir apologized 1 the IdoaJt seem to able commit part to The man chair made re tip ht1r lrl t J If y If I l I J Science has developed something infinitely oldstyle or clamp Jp BY the of construction Years of life are added through the elimination of serious defects WRAP holds cracks the and allows the water the bare wire A small Mount displaced on 4 PITTSBURGH REINFORCES THE PRO JECTION ACAINST RUST AT THE ELECTRICALLY WELDED the joint STAYS CANNOT SLIP are they were Stay and strand wires fcfbome one piece when the union is made The fence is like solid shut of steel Every Rod is allow your favor of the rapidlydeclining and now methods you heretofore known warp your good II PITTSBURGH PERFECT FENCES REPRESENT PROGRESS dollars worth standard material is daily welded fay electricity hoop on the sugar barrel in Isolated country grocery is an electrically welded vfuctCt y r wagoawaLmade In large its tires welded by electrically hoop OIl cream freeup washingmachines on tubs buckets Examine thtsn PITTSBURGH PERFECT fences are made fay modem simple process producing THE WELD r HELP FARMERS LISTEN HOW Every agent PITTSBURGH PERFECT fences author to guarantee Wires Injurer t Jotntat A the tone perfectly adjustable ground the the strands That all particular Could definite Your complete satisfaction fe assured tII EXAMINE FENCE glTTJBURGH PERFECT rtNCINGtfpecwl ftyfe 4 SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY fe I DW 4 E M E liT a 807 309 MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES WOMANS Amiable always Beautiful always Charitable everybody Dutiful to myself In right things disposition to in spite everything Intelligent Joyful as in Long stupid Merry others Necessary Optimistic though Prudent in rather Ready up to right martydom Valiantfor absent to Exemplary in conflict Young in Zealous MATCHMAKER in civilian was recognized emperor trouble expression questioned For hesitated reply confessed in of major was Impossible would than as sonin realty Inquired kaiser reply Very go a sergeant TO CRIME t4ve or customer on TI pardon barber be to yohr memory tithe no 49Jtod r 4uVhq omitted ttye customary 1 4 ayv w r tiitfef f tfJiY Kt g Jctkf rJybj better than the wrap This is modern method fence moisture to attack galvanizing PERFECT JOINT examine They always where a perforated DOnt prejudice In antiquated to judgment because hundreds of thousands of of average factory electricity welded handling is protection JL GC Friendly Generous kaisers kaiser CRACKERJACK 2 LAGER InI Prepare one fa of flour large mixing h Wi r for theso Inp gredients Tat ups molasses opa soul Jr not handy two tablespooip far in acup and flll with WJ I tablespoon soda stirred in ell Idone tablespoon cinnamon ow ta spoon ginger one teaspoon pepper one nutmeg two tablespoons vanilla one cup lard or onehalf each of lard and butter mix in all together as soft as possible to roll- out and bake In a mpderate oven To make super excellent add two cups chopped raisins whenhey are halt mixed J 4 CARAMEL CAKE r Make a common layer cake out of cup sugar butter the size of an egg I two eggs beaten to a froth onehalf t cup milk two scant cups flour two I teaspoons bakingpowder sifted with the flour Cream the sugar and the butter firstJ I For filling use two cups brown sugar butter the size of a walnut onehalf cup sweet cream Let boil until thick Remove from the stove and beat it about five minutes spread between I layers and on tpp While cooking be sure and not scorch Jt earn StrengthHe- artStrength or Heart Weakness means Nerve earth or Nerve Weakness nothing more Pot ely not one weak heart In a hundred is In It actually dlieasedIt is almost always a den tiny little nervo that really is all at fault is obscure nerve the Cardiac or Heart Nerve Imply noedij and must have more power more billty more controlling more governing entrth Without that tho Heart must continue fall and tho also so same controlling nervesIhis clearly explains why as a medicine Dr oops Restorative 1ms intho past done so much weak and ailing Hearts Dr Shoop first sought cause of all this painful palpitating suffocat I heart distress Dr Shoops Restorative this ular prescription is alone directed to these ak and wasting nerve centers It builds trengthens it offers real genuine heart help f you would hMO strong Hearts strong dl tion strengthen tlyjso nerves reestablish j m us needed With I Jr r Shoops ar JiJ8t r AtL DICERS I F1ri 7 I i tvJ s 1 5 tifViY FENCES PERFECTI Guaranteed Perfectnhavel f abeolute126tH HALL AND PI- ICla SOWER CO r1st ITTSBURGH A SQUELCHER I gave that odious Mrs Dough something to think of this afternoon says Bankfull to her hus hand who was amusing himself by tossing rj gdld Dieces into the artifi clal lake in the drawing room for the pleasure of hearing thegold pieces plunk as they sunk Whajja say to her asked Mr Bankfull rolling himself a cigarette a a hundreddollar hilt She was boasting about the solid gold rat Iiaters they are having put into their new house and I told her we thought steam heat was so oldfashioned that we were going to heat our house with radium here afterJudgeTHE Louisville HeraldA- N IDEAL NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME ITh Louisville Herald Is recognized as n fair clean fearless newspaper It has no political alliances and is ab solutely free to express its opinion on any subject whatsoever the welfare of our country our Commonwealth and our people the only duty telegraphic news is complete IIts market reliable reports uptodate and 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 Loiilsville 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 tiny and The Roundabout for one year Subscribe now for this great bargain Rounaboutt ss f ft CALLED MEETING WOMANS CLUB A called meeting of the Womans Club will be held at the residence of Mrs S W lager Monday March 1l 18th at half past three oclock v All members are urged to be presFent Preventics will promptly check 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 f 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 lbrr Get acquainted with 2r SMITHSIICflf SMITHS MAGAZINE j and you are strangers we wills nd j h you the magazine three months rr free that you may get acquainted j j SMITHS is the biggest illus trated magazine in the worldi 70 pages ofreading matter and pic lures the same size page as the big standard magazines like Harpers and Century h- tJj SMITHS is made of the 1 best ofeverythiagbest stories m Itionsthoroughly and write as entertain ingly as they are instructive 3 SMITHS also prints every month a score or more pretty portraits in colors of beautiful women Tricn alt in all there is no better magazine than SMITHS h fact none nearly ai good no matter what the cos- tg Write today A postal will do Address Dept F Smiths Magazine 35 Seventh Avenue New York City T j t McClures Splendid Sale J You can buy More and Better Goods Jat McClures for the same money than jf tat any other Store in this City l GO THERE AND SEE 1 212214 ST CLAIR STREET I STAMPING GROUND Quite a number of our people are down with the grippe Among them are eel F M Suavely and wife who are very ill with la grippe Mr Gottloeb Kenny is down with heart trouble Mr Alf Easley is sick with pleurisy Miss Daisy HocUensmith of Forks Elkhorn visited Miss Florence Easley this week Mr S B Triplett and daughter have taken rooms with Dr A Stewart and wifeThe many friends of Miss Lily Carter of Switer were saddened when It was known that she had died from that dread disease consumption Mr Chas Lewis wife and children of Lexington have been guests of Mr J M Honaker and wifeIMiss Anna Hill of Covington is at home with her father Rev GW HillOwing i to the fact that Mrs Mary f iHaner has had the smqllpox quite a 4q4 i number of our citiens have beenI vaccinated DIED Near this place on Wednesday Mar 6th Mrs Julia Sebree aged 53 years wife of Mr T L has 10 children beside her husband to mourn her death She was a devoted member of the Episcopal Church The funeral services were conducted at the Baptist Church on Thursday by Rev G W Hill and the remains were taken to Georgetown for Interment in the cemetery A delightful birthday party was given on Monday March 4th to Miss Mary T Robinson daughter of Mr David Robinson It was her 10th birthday A number of her young friends were present and delightful refreshments served appointledAmerican Society of Equity and has issued a call for a delegate conven tion of local unions to meet in George town on Monday Mr Ben F Ford has sold his 100 acre farm to Mr Reuben Bourne at 50 per acre Mr Ford will live with his father in futureIPreventics 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 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 dealers r PHILADELPHIA WOMEN ELECTED dc At the recent election in Philadel 20 women were elected on wardM4phia tschool boards Many women server on school boards throughout the State and then are elected by mens votes for women have not even the school vote in Pennsylvania r 4N r Br Wearer l adetc 17fipyaritlNtheDleedCleeaMtdeet faereollwa fQ INOTICE OF ROSSMOND The Kentucky Breeding Bureau has recently sent to F L Satterwhite at Owenton the thoroughbred stallion Rossmond whose services will be donated to the people of this section The Bureau organized several weeks ago in order to help improve the gen eral class of horse stock of the State To that end it is purchasing thoroughbred stallions of such size conforma tion and temperament as will produce excellent general purpose horses when bred to the common farm mares of those sections to which they are sent So far as the Bureau is concerned the services of these stallions are donat ed absolutely free to the people of the State as the Bureau receives no monetary return directly or indirectly from them A service fee of 10 is charged which goes in full to the men in whose care the stallions are placed in order to recompense them for their expense and their trouble The Bureau has thus far sent out fifteen horses TheyV have boon placed In all sectionsof Kentucky frbmilaila d and McCracken counties on the west to Carter and Powell counties in the eaat from Owen Breckinridge and Henderson counties in the north to Trigg Warren Russell Clinton Met calfe and Laurel counties in the south A horse was secured for Owen coun tl largely through the interest which Representative M B Bourne took in the work of the Bureau and his efforts to secure from it early consideration for the people of this section Rossmond is a splendid chestnut horse seven years old by Hammon son of Hanover and Havillah by Longfellow dam Lady Rossington by Imported Rossington second dam Little Diamond by Longfellow Ross mond was bred by Mr A L Ferguson Scott county and has been raced by Mr Ferguson and John L Ward of Lexington He has made a most creditable record on the turf having won fifteen races and being second eleven times and third eight times He has been known as one of the best distance horses in the west His ability to go a distance is a trait which should prove of genuine value to him as a sire giving to his get endurance courage and stamina He is a splendid individual a beautiful shade of chestnut standing over six teen hands high and weighing when in stud condition fully 1200 pounds He can be seen at Mr Satterwhites place by all who care to see him and he is worth going quite a long ways to look at- CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if yon have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone 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 failsMar 2ly fi 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 Lawrenceburg3d Monday Bath Owingsville 2d Monday Bourbon Paris 3d Monday Boyle Danville4Monday Brathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvtne3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flemlngsburg 1th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster4th Monday rant Williamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthiaha4th Monday Henry Newcastle 1st Monday Jessamine Nlcholasville 3d Monday Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanfordj2d Monday Madison Rlchmon 1st Monday Mason Mayvlile Monday Mercer IIaROds1 1st Monday Montgom I1rl1nglst Mon day Nicholas Carlis nday- Tdham Lagrang Monday Wen Owenton4 onday- endloton Falmout 1st Monday Powell Stanton1st onday ulaski Somerset 3d Monday Scott Georgetown3d Monday helby Shelbyville 2d Monday Wayne Monticellor4th Monday Voodford Versailles 4th Monday A CURIOUS COMBINATION A few days ago the Good Templars of Massachusets petitioned the Legis lature of that State to grant women the right to vote on the question o license A hearing was held before the Committee on Elections and ac cording to the press dispatches Chas R Saunders of Boston counsel for the Massachusetts Association oppos ed to the further extension of suffrage to women appeared in opposition as did also Edward F Hollis represent ing the Massachusetts Wine and Spirit Dealers Association The opposition of the latter Association is logi cal but what the woman suffragist would like to know is this are the organized Antis working with the organized liquor dealers in a system atic effort to prevent any fraction of suffrage being extended to women Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Electric Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain and heals the hurts e GREAT MEN FOR GOOD CAUSE Woman suffarage was defeated i the Chicago Charter Convention th other day The vote stood 27 to 27 tho Chairman voting with the opposition The women can not suppress the pride they feel in the character of some of their 27 and no wonder for the names of Louis F Post Graham Taylor and Raymond Robins stand for good things and big things and the fame of them is by no means confined to the Windy City by the lake FOR SALE If you want a bargain Ina farm of 174 acres write to H W Box 77 R F D No2 Frankfort for particu lars Mar 93t l 1w it L t II THE SECRET OF SUCCESS No Sir You cannot palm off tubiUtut sinceXCJForty million bottles of August l lowet sold in the United States alone since its neshom1oftcure of indigestion and dyspepsidKth worst enemies of health JDoe8 itnot afford the beat evidence th t foriUItomachis the bestofailliverregulators August has a matcfilesa rtcorl of over 35 years in curing the ailiag oafs lions of these distressing complaints r QTwo sires 350 and see For sale by J W Gayle POWERFUL WAR SHIP DE STROYED During an inspection of the machin ery etc of the big French war ship lena at Toulon France on Tuesday explodedfalso exploded destroying the big vessel and killing and maiming largely more than half of the 640 officers and men on board y NO SCHOOL WEDNESDAY Out of respect to the memory of Master Robert McKee only son of Prof H C McKee Superintendent of City Schools there was no session of the city schools on Wednesday last Dr Weaves Syray fHMMttebloodt Onto WfiteMBt for the ddr EXPERICNCI 60 YEARS eTaitofr laet MARKS COPYRIGHTS Jkc Anyone Bonding a sketch and description ma ascertain our an bIfILCommunlcaotlonltrlctlf lent tree Oldmno I8CIrt pst r Patents Mann Co reaette noUu witboat a zgM In t Scientific Rmtrlan-A bandlollte1 ID1IItratet1 eet1 Ioftldat ell culaUon of any lentUlo journ J1etm N a MINr 3 IL aoldbyalttlswadealera4- rine Washirge rrkomcee r Bt Woven Wire Fences D C LAYARD Aeeit for for lamb WoCtn WirE Fence serves Woven Wire Fence Pewits JrPoultry Fence 12 ee AdrlM Mlcl FENCINGNo eLr i REDUCED RATES VIA Queen Crescent Route On the First and Third Tuesdays- of each month to many po- intsSOUTHI I Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale good returning till IMay31stEFor 1 H O KING 0 PT T A i Lexington Ky JFeb 23ly COLONIST RATES VIA Monon RouteFrom Louisville Daily March 1 to April 30 AngelesSanSeattle Vancouver and inter mediate points 3800 Spokane and intermediate points 8560 Helen Butte Anaconda Salt Lake City and intermediate points 8400 Billlngsand intermediate points2900 Tuesdays March 12 to April 30 i To points in Minnesota North and South Dakota Eastern Mon tana Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta on application Tuesdays MAprilTo Colorado on application Routefrom JChIcagoNorthwest Address s E H fLouisvilleFeb to April fjmtcondition Tonic blood PUrifier ani vermifuge They are not food bf puthorsecents per package tIt t it