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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1rrl h Y f 11 r1 l8Jl ty t a1ta1L BOlli 7 rd THE FRMKFO r ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTE iOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEn rs 100 In Advance YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUC 27tTHE VERY BOY Theres a boy in the electrical shops that I want to recommend to your attention said the superintend ent of the Eureka Manufacturing Co as he and the president came down th steps of the office at the noon hourIWhat about hton asked that shrewd old gentlemanIHe has an inventive turn of mind sugIold IslieV Fifteeni ie is a mere child But he has a mans head on his shoulders There he is nowthe little fellow that just threw that hand spring Hes the queerest possible combination of childhood and man I hood that ever I saw What in the world Is he up As the toIhaired slightly himself from a crowd of fifty of sixty workmen who were hurrying into the street and hid behind the corner of ther building peering keenly toward a fig ure coming slowly down the road The object of his attention a man of al most gigantic mold was dressed in his working clothes having evidently just come out of the rolling mill where he had no doubt been pud dUng iron In spite of his dirt stained garments he presented not only an imposing but an attractive appearance His great head was finely poised upon his broad shoulders His features were strong his blue eyes keen and his heavy shockof hair firey red that his shopmates called him the Volcano The boy permitted him to pass the corner and then with an agile spring bounded onto his huge back j and flung his arms around his neck You little Imp the two observers f heard the giant exclaim and they saw Ic himlioisthis evidently not unwelcome iburden across his shoulders and start l dpjra the street on a run the boys mus5Aa1 laugh ringing out and the crowd cheering Thats his cronyMike McGinnis said the superintendent Queerly mated pair the president r repliedPerhaps you never heard how they became friends No Well this little shavers name is Alfred Atherton He lived in a little town up in the State somewhere and when his parents died a couple of years ago he struck out for himself and came down to Cincinnati For a few weeks he sold papers then got into the messenger service and finally landed here He was good natured and clever making many friends but exciting some hostility by his indomi table teetalallsm While he was not aggressive about his temperance Ideas it became perfectly evident that he disapproved of his shopmates habits of rushing the growler They resented this of course ridiculing abusing and tempting him cruelly Nothing could move him however and they resorted to the scurviest trick you ever heard about t Eight or ten of the biggest and roughest boys in the shop devised a scheme to inveigle him into one of the saloons and either persuade or force him to drink a glass of rum Somehow or either they got him in side the door and failing to make lhim obey them voluntarily began to t threaten Well pour it down your throat they said You will he cried Ia with flashing eyes Well see My father fills a drunkards grave and Ij promised my mother on her dying bed that Id never drink a drop Now me break that promise if you take With these words still on his little shaver flung off his r and set his bask against the wall coatI In a jiffy the crowd was on i and he went down but fighting a wildcat Several of them held his and feet others pried his open and one was just going Ihands the whisky into it when this big Irishman sprang from his and seizing them one after another flung then across the room as if they had been fivepound bags of LH 1 4 y Jt salt When he came to little Atherton pickedIup on 1hlni on the back and said to him You little spalpeen you malte me want to sign the pledge Then do it said Atherton But I cant keep it Yes you can with the help of God the boy replied IThore was something about the in the boys eyes and the clear ring in his voice that made the giant tremble He had been a terrible man you understand having taken to drink on the account of the death of a little child He was the best pud dler in the city earning eight or ten dollars a day but spent it all in week ly drunks and going home to abuse the sweetest and most patient little- woman in the world For a moment McGinnis looked him blankly in the face while the upIandabout your sizet said the halfdrunken puddler and burst into ters Dont cry Dont cry exclaimed little Atherton putting both hands on his shoulders in an agony of sym pathy for it hurt him to see the giant weeping Come home with me lad the Irishman replied and lifting him down from the bar led him out of doors No one knows just what hap ipened but it looks as if the Mc- Ginnises had adopted the boy for the stayed in the house and the Volcano has never drunk another drop Send that boy to me at 730 tomorrow morning Ive been looking for him for twenty years said the president when the superintendent had finished his storyEpworth Herald r FOUND AT LAST rA Barmen of Sizemqre West Va saydAt iastT have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constipa tion will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25 cents at all Druggist THE COUNTY CANDIDATE IWhen the sap begins to rise and the geese begin to mate we gentle carol of the county candidateI 0 hes a Jolly fellow and full of vain conceits and sees a bosom friend in every man he meets He asks about your family your horses and your hogs and shows a friendly interest in the children and the dogs 0 Hes a jolly gentleman as gamesome as a lamb as blithesome as a meadow lark as slick as any clam His prospects are the brightest and his chances they are sure and he spends his money freely and he helps the needy poor He goes to church on Sunday and his pious traits appear but when neces sary he will set em up to beer O Hes a sanguine buoyant duck the jocund candidate he starts out early in the morning and stays until its late His patient wife unlocks the door and with a lookof pain she says You needent try to lie to me your legs been pulled again rThe News No puro Drug Cough pure Laws would be needed if a111 Cough 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 cough mixture it must be printed tho label or package For this reason mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poisonmarks on Dr Shoops labels and nono in the medi cine else it must by law be on the And its not only cafe but it said to be by those that know it IIs a truly remarkable cough ly 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 Shoops Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any other Sold by all dealers i I THE KENTUC ICATIONAL ASSO f Tho incorporati 7tlKentucky Educational Assoc Jjarks the ginning of the firs anent institu flon of its kind in ilty The aim of the highest po Conditions of civilization and en nment for all people of the State who have been anxiously vat for years ucational conditio m Kentucky have grown wearylistless attitude of those who lad charge of the affairs of the S toward educational improvement would seem the Impartial and ti IUcal observer of social and educ all phenomena in this State thatconceivable Imeasure even tot ost nugatory from the very est shment of the Commonwealth hasn precedence in our legislative h over the one caused that effects m j ta11y our peo pie their civilization sir industria development their 1al efficiency and progress and pecially the prestige of this grwMpommonwealth among Statesr tI A comparative hi of school legislation and legl81afrectlng in terest far more Ins l cant would present a travesty on iUzation Our prisons jails and i asylums are lavishly providedt Our State Capitol and court ilrepresent ing a vast aggregatil wealthshoo that there has been ackof enthusiasm in making the etItutions the best and we would ni fpr a moment think of having them erwisel Yet the one thing most jfo dful and by the aid of which the others e insignificant has been tnlfyneg looted In thousandsrq aommiiaitiee- in the State of Ke1may le seen by a close ohiifFI1er int the ilvshadow of the turreti Jtn4 elegantly appointed aiqiiJL little houses unfit and lns4d 1iU fdr the shelter ofs IJl ottAr 1z4trdJ where tmajortty aught rs of the grea emmonwealtb- of Kentucky find their sly emancipa tion from the slavery of ignorance The facts are irrefutable They stand out in bold and shameful relief be fore us The salary of our horse trainer is incomparably better than the salary of him who spends half of his life in preparation for the training of our youth in the ways of citi zenship and social usefulness In al most every county in the State of Ken Lucky the educator be ue a district school teacher a county superintendent a city superintendent or college president would reap financial gain by exchanging laces with those who have charge of the criminal and the insane Much could be said and has been said already by others showing how woefully neglected has been the cause of education in Kentucky But it is gratifying to know that the educational wave that has swept the country during recent years has not left Kentucky entirely out of the path The past two or three Legislatures enacted some measures that indicate the awakening of the law makers to the greatest need of the people of Kentucky It is to be hoped that the next Legislature will be so alive to the educational needs of the State that they will do more than all others in the past toward bringing Kentucky out of her back ground of ignorance into the educational van guard among other States It is to be hoped that she will at least be brought front her thirtysecond place in the scale xof intelligence closer up to the front The purpose of the Kentucky Educational Association is to bring these things to pass Its aim is to lift Ken tucky from this condition that has so long brought reproach upon the greatest people in the American Republic Even with strong organization reforms slow and without organization is practically impossible Even in its unorganized state the jfentucky Edu cational Association one great good We believe thatW lbeak consistently with the facts that every good measure behalf of the school dUll s has orglnated in the t ton There have beer those who through se I CONSIDER THESE EXCELLENT BLUES IN READYTOWEAR GARMENTS SILK ETON JACKETS 8650 These are made of good Taffeta Silk trimmed with fancy silk braid Many other styles in Eton Jackets at 750 to 1500 SILK COATS 500 Silk Coats in loose fitting style 500 to 3000 1 TAILORFD SILK SKIRTS 1000 Silk Skirts made of good durable Taffetta inIbeautiful pleated atyle 1000 Other silk skirts in beautiful new effects at 1250 1500 2000 and 2500 SILK PETTICOATS 50O These are made of good rustling Taffetta with full louse An extra value at 500 VOILE SKIRTS 950 These are made of beautiful quality Black Voile pleated in beautifnl style Excellent values 950 Also other special values in Voile Skirts at 1000 f 1250 1500 t9 2500 1 n tt PANAMA SKIRTS 2- ktAi t O Theii r n1ad fpn in iihcol r Sltax troaiti t570bton P mr a Skirts 750 850 and l600 Ladies Woolen Coats 500 These 500 coats are made of beautiful fancy suitings in neat checks with velvet collar trimmed with fancy metal buttons Others at 650 750 and 1000 C KAGIN eX BRO NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY tic conservatism ignored the efforts of these teachers orgalzations made up for the most part of the teachers and those connected with the frees public schools We are gratified this time in presuming that this has been eliminated as a factor of reac Continued on page 4 APRILIthe Court of Appeals closed Tuesday last There are a total of 330 cases divided as follows 25 civil appear ance and continued cases 290 crimi nal cases 25 cases for oral argument r WOOD MANTELS We have a nice Assort ment of Wood Mantels They are all the go now Come and see the- mRAMMOND4COI j 4 V f 111 Jii c WeitzeFs Easterjupening Specials in Ladies and Misses Spring Jackets n PERSONS Miss Hallie Evans went to Cinch j nat on Sunday Mr J B Lewis visited relatives in Louisville on Sundays jlMiss Viola Heise has returned from a to Cincinnati MrsT T Spencer visited friend in Louisville this week Miss Jane T Holmes visited friend i at Eminence on Sunday Mrs Prue H Rodman Is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr Walter Crady visited in Louis- vIlle and Buffalo this week Mrs H G Mattern Is visiting at her old home in Louisville Air R G Higdon and wife are visiting friends at Owensboro Mr John T Shelby of Lexington attended the U S Court this week Mjr W B George and wife visited the Louisville Exposition this week grandson3 Miss Mamie Bull is the guest of 1r sister Mrs W P Williams at Irvine Misses Trumbo are guests of their r sister Mrs M F Wood In Lexington Mr Geo A Lewis returnednTues 1 day from a business trip to Cartt Judge W N Beckner of Winches ter attended the U S Court this week t Mrs Saml C Bull Sr is visiting her daughter Mrs W P Williams In Walter Q Vreeland of Lexing ton was the guest of his mother this John W Reading and wife have returned from a visit to relatives at t Pisgah Mr A H M Clure and wife at tended the Louisville Exposition this week Mr S D Johnson and sshfetmade a business trip to New York City this week Mrs W F Barret and Mrs Joseph Bailey visited relatives In Louisville this week Miss Coranel Crutcher has returned t from a visit to Miss Nettle Walcutt at LakelandMr S Weathers wife and children spent Sunday with relatives In Lexington Miss Josephine Kavariaugh has re turned from a visit to her cousins at Fort Thomas Mr John M Bull wife and son John M Jr visited relatives In Louis ville this week Mrs T L Jones and daughter of Versailles were guests of relatives here this week Miss Eloise Booe of the Cincinnati College of Music was at home the first of this week Mr J Smith Hays of Winchester wts the guest of his uncle Gen N B Hays this week Dr J A Posey and family have removed to their country home on the Louisville pike Judge Wm Lindsay came here from New York City on Monday tto attend the Court of Appeals Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles Is the guest of her friend Mrs P Crusty at Staunton YaIMrs Albert Frank of yew York City was the guest of Mrs John W R Williams on Monday MrC W SaiYeljl and wife visited f tIer brother Mr John Morris at l Spring Station this week u T 7 Nunn wife and daughter Miss Virginia have gone fur Texas for a visit of several weeks it Mss Ethel Mastin of V6odford county was the guest of Mrs Dr Flora MastfnVbn TJJestlaYyi v jIMr oUt hcrutct oftbjY dnesday 1 r IrVIJIJIoI rr r i I Commencing today and C tinning all next week we will have on special display cf great new stockof Silks and Wool Dress Goods WasMGoods Towels Bed Spreads Table Linens Lace and Bo Wet Curtains Tailored Suits Dress Skirts Spring WrajM and Jackets Shirt Waists Silk Underskirts Muslin t d Net Underwear Corsets Hosiery Gloves Handkerch Es Ribbons Our prices are always the lowest See our ecial line of Easter Cards Bells Ducks Chickens Rabb and other attractive novelties CI1aI Ies if Weitzel for Kansas City Mo where he wHi play base ball this season Mrs M E Current of Louisville was the guest of her cousin Mr W S Farmer South Side tills week Mrs T F Taliaferro has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs R B M CoV vln In Falmouth Mr James Montgomery and wife of Mrs N B Hays Third street this week returning home yesterday Miss Lilian Llndsey has returnei from a visit to her brother Mr Dudley Lindsey In Owensboro Mr W J Lewis wife anddaughters of Wood lake attended the Greater Louisville Exposition this week Mrs Geo Burdick of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of MrsT F Hiimphries has returned home Hon Alva S Bennett Secretary of the Republican State Central Com mittee was In the city Saturday Mr Lewis McQuown and wife left Saturday for a trip to Europe for the benefit of Mrs McQuowns health Miss Aubyn Chinn of State College spent Saturday and Sunday at home with her mother Mrs C B Chlmu Mrs John M Perkins and Mrs Scott were called to Danville Monday to attend the funeral of a relative Mrs W PWilllams of Irvine who has Been the guest of her mother sirs S C Bull Sr has returned home Mr Wm Yeoman of Versailles Grand Junior Warden of Knights Templar was here on Thursday night Mrs W T Buckner and child of Shelbyvllle were the guests of her pother Mrs John F Davis this week Mrs Canada Rodman of Louisville who has been the guest of her brother Mr John W Rodman has returned home Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Sterl Lug was the guest of his parents E C ORear and wife this weekIMrs J Dallas Cokeuof Louisville who was the gue f of her daughter Mrs B Todd Crutcher has returned John M Wilson of Falmouth who has been the guest of her son Mr R R Wilson Shelby street has gone home Rev Edwin Kagin of Louisville vho was the quest of his brothers 11 this city returned home Tuesday morning ReW ble of Mahomet Ills who has been the guest of his sister MrsV Reading has returned homer Mr Albert Ummethun and family tare removed from Third street to the sew concrete cottage of Mr J S Dar nell on Conway Mir Wm Fletcher of Lexington who has been the guest of Mrs W B Johnson his sister South Side has returned home Judge E C ORear and wife have returned from a trip to Florida We are glad to say that the Judges health- Is greatly improved Mrs S P Settle and Mrs W H Settle of Louisville were guests sirs John B Dryden Sr and Mrs L B Marshall this week Mr Edgar E Hume Jr of Central University Danville who has been at home for several days returned to Danville on Monday Mr John H Cowles Inspecting of ficer of Knights Templar of Louisville inspected Frankfort Command jry Xo Thursday night Mr Isaac P Williams of Louisville attended the funeral of his brother Mr James Williams on Sunday and emained over until fFuesday Mr Marion Waits of Indian Terrl ory was the guest of relatives at the corks of Elkhorn this week It was his first visit to his old home in 35 ears v w Col Ben Shelby formerly ITv Special Guager but iov trav i I j1 iL fl wilcox do o margarine dealers of Chicago Ihs was In the city or Tuesday Mrs John F tvls who has beer with la grip e was taken by her daughter MrsiW T Buckner tc Shelbyvllle in hopes of benefittlni her health Mr Ferd Jacobs and children and Mrs Klassbnd daughter attended the marriage Iof Miss Elizabeth Jacobs toat1John Schuster in Louisville aY Capt I T West and wife left Satur day for Irvine where Capt West has large timber interests They will visit their daughters Mrs Robt M Berg man away Miss Sallie Nave has resigned her position in the Baptist Orphans Home Louisville and accepted a po sition In the Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort Midway Clipper Mr G D Lillard Mr T J Bal lard Mr Goo W Hutcheson Mr Geo Cook and Mr Chris Lillard of Law renceburg and Rev George Green of Woodfbrd county attended the Knight Templar Inspection Thursday night We regret exceedingly to learn that our longtime Wend exMayor John H McKenzIe Jf Versailles died at hIs home in Versailles on Sunday from lockjaw resulting from having fallen from a window in a hotel at Shelbyvllle while walking in his sle plMr TMqtpi Iei was an honorable and man aid will be sadly missed i ersallles Heavy Impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headaches nausea Indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Blood IBtters makes the blood richr red purerestores perfect health BENSON e Mr Sam Allen called on the belle if Choateville Sunday last Miss Edith Edge Mr Colie Crockett and Miss Annie Dalley were out driving Sunday afternoon In his new rubber tired buggy Mr Mitchell Moore of Benson call ed of his best girl Sunday night Mr John Edge of Pea Ridge called on the beautiful Miss Lourie near Choatevllle Sunday last Mr Frank Robinson of Thorn Hill called on Miss Isa Moore of Bridge port Saturday night and Sunday last Watch out Colon you and Thurman dont let the big bug beat your time Mr Earl Moore at Benson called on Miss Bessie Moore Sunday after noon Mr Hally Hulette and wife spent last Sunday with Mr John Haden Watch out Fannie dont let Ethel beat your time with Dan Mr Harry Moore at Benson call ed on his best girl Sunday last rMr Leonard Moore called on Miss Mattle Moore at Benson Saturday night last plisses Carrie and Fannie Flynn at Frankfort spent last Sunday with Misses Carrie sand Isa Moore of Bridgeport Mr Patti Ttlhalraliir caller on Miss Ola Sunday mthe afternoon Mr Ed M iwill soon move from the Crockett jfrm to the Tarlton farm near Pea TJjgKt M L M I prHI box of t genuin- eQtnoQuinine abtete urea a cold in one day J IIrr Great Selection IjlTailored SuitsrI FL1 Easter Week we will place the best values in SKIRTS JACKETSand SUITS yet offeredIWe are convinced you will be surprised and pleased at what you can get in readytqwepr garments They are strictly tailored and fit We want you to come and see contemplating anything in that line Our prices most i reasonable Skirt values 500 for 395fSkirt values 600 for 495 Skirt values 750 for 575 Our white shirt waists are pretty and fresh Prices i from lOQ to 250 Nobby Spring Jackets in Scotch Mixtures and Etons in Black Silk 4ILong Gloves Belts c t 7Fm THEENEY Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qual The Leading Grocer j Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place 4 JOHN DRISCOLL fi 2l6t Clair St Frankfort Kentucky I KNOCK OUT FOR GERRYMANDER t The Court of Appeals handed down- a decision on Wednesday last Judge Barker writing which decided the last redistricting bill passed by the Legislature of 1906 to be unconstitutional- and void This is a far reaching and decisive blow to work of that character which permitted small counties In certain sections of the State not having the population required under the Con stitution to have representation which was denied to other counties having the full ratio and more so that several counties were thrown together In direct violation of the Constitutional court administered a severe rebuke to those who passed the bill In saying that they made no pretense of complying with the Constitution In this apportionment The whole court united In the decision The court also decided that the election this year must be held under the law of 1893 saying that while that act did not comply with the Constitution still the machinery of the State had been put to work under it under the new Constitution and It was too far back to go behind It and that the next Legislature would no doubt justice to allpass a new law parts of the Statej BUYS SMALL FARMOf Councilman W J Gorman pur chased from Mr B F Wilson a small farm of about 45 acres lying on the New Castle pike for 650 The farm has a small dwelling on itt i t u Iii A of 1 iL if i v 1 It f SAVED HER SONS LIFE I0 The happiest mother In the little RuppeeI t our to help him when by our druggists advice I began giving him Dr Kings it New Discovery and I soon noticed ttperfectlyGuaranteed best cough and cold curerby all druggist 50c and 100 Trial 11I bottle free SELLS FINE HORSE Mr Phil D Arnold has sold his fancy brown buggy horse to Messrs W J and W H Lewis at a fancy price i N lHE SAW THE POINT A subscriber once received a dun through the postofflce and it made him mad He wentto see the editor about It and the editor showed him a few4uns of Mils ownone for paper tune for typeone for fuel and several others Now said the editor Iididnt get mad when these came be cause I know that all I had to do was to ask several reliable gentlemen like you to come and help me out and thenII could settle all of them When the subscriber saw how It was ho relent ed paid up and renewed for another year tE141rl jContin eJ from page 0 stock and by their elimination the number of thoroughbred yearlings duced annually has been curtailed an many yearlings that would have been of comparatively little value and would have been a drug on the market have been prevented from coming in competition with those actually offered and the market has been spared the depressing effect which would have resulted from their presence WORK VIRTUALLY AT AN END The word of the American Breeders Protective Association is virtually at an end The many uses to which these thoroughbred mares may beput even after f they are no longer con sidered desirable for thoroughbred purposes has created for them a definite fixed market vahie At the recent winter sales iri Lexington were any number of buyers willing to pay from one to two hundred dollars for practically any thoroughbred mare of fered unless age or physical deformity limited her usefulness and willing to give the pe Jgree 6f these mares to the Ameficaii BreedersProtectiveA- ssociation so that they might not I Jiereafter be known or considered ts thoroughbreds thus doing for the Association the very work which heretofore it has been compelled to do for itself Realizing this gentlemen con nected with the Association suggested fundsrwinter should go to a Breed ing Bureau created by the Association which should have for its object the donating of thoroughbred stallions to the people of Kentucky in order to help improve the general class of their stock BREEDING BUREAU ORGANIZED The Kentucky Breeding Bureau was organized the latter part of December by the election of Col E F Clay Bourbon county as chairman Mr ofI H Whitney of Fayette county treasurer and the speaker as secretary In addition to Colonel Clay and Mr Whitney two other prominent breeders of thoroughbreds are mem bers of the BureauMr J N Cam den Jr of Woodford county and Mr O H Chenault of Fayette county In many sections of the country and in the minds of many men who have never given the subject any great amount of study there is an almost unaccountable prejudice against the thoroughbred horse He is considered useless for any practical purpose He is regarded simply as a racing tool He is believed to be intempered un reliable and dangerous Never did a have less real basis of foun Fdation Never was an opinion more r HISTORY OF TROTTING HORSE In May of 1788 there was imported JI IWW r w 3 EASTE SHOWING0fa1- 1that is new in rellm of Ladies Wearables at Special Easter prices A superb exhibit of TailoiVcl Suits Silk Juniper Suits Skirts Waists Coats DrLssGoods Silks Gloves Hose Belts frt When your Easter outfit is bought here you have tlie comfortable satisfaction of knowing you are stylishly gowned 1 Skirts The largest assortment of pretty stylus yet shown in Frankfort Easter Specials at 500 Easter Special Voiles 1000 to 1350 Jackets Styles that are different everyone distinctive Easter Specials in Grey or Tan 500 Nobly Tuxedo Coats 1000 to1500 Silk Pony Coats very stylish J OPto 2000 Silk Eton 6 to 13 to this country from England the thoroughbred horse Messenger son of Mambrino out of a mare by Turf He distinctiodn on native heath he land hlstoIryflame was kindled that has never gone1 out Messenger died in 1808 at the age of 28 years the property of Mr Cornelius W Van Rantz of New York To him directly is traceable the stand ardbred or trotting horse of the presJ ent day He sired Mambrino turn sired Abdallah and Abdallah sired the noted Rysdtks Hambletonian the greatest of all progenitors of trotting horses The breeding of Hambleto nian as it is reqorded is Abdallah dam the Charles Kent nare by imp Bellfounder gfandam One feyek by Hambletonian son of Messenger great granddam Silvertail by Imp Messenger Thus it will be seen that Hambletonian was fully threequarters thoroughbred getting the blood not only through his sire but also through his dam Hambletonlan gave the trotting turf those wonderful performers and sire Dexter Wilkes Electioneer Alexanders Adballah Happy Medium Dictator Volunteer and many other famous horses but it was his ability to transmit his powers through his sons and daughters to suc ceeding generations that made him the greatest of all sires Among theI IIIsonsMaid Jay Eye See Maud S Sunol Nancy Hanks Arion and various others This is the most famous of trotting families but there are others which have also achieved marked success which like the line of Hambletoj nian trace directly to the great Messenger 11 YOUNGSORROWS OF While we haVe for the Cjadultheir to millions is about as sad an object as this wide land can showI And particularly if he is being brought up on the sterilized plan They mayor may not succeed in sterilizing all the microbes out of the food clothing and air they can hardly fail to sterili ize all the joy out of his young life But no sterilizing process has yet been offered that neutralizes the worst microbes that prey upon rich and poorI alike such as the baccilli of bad temper envy and jealousy The diseases these microbes set up make uncomfortable those in the neighborhood of their victims as do all other diseases But the discomfort is as nothing compared with the misery they inflict upon their immediate victimsOur Country for March Dr Syrup mad Carob BoccMBfol UMtBtot for blood sod akin diMMM Suits Beautiful Etons iri iretty mix tures 15 Handson e styles in Silks Voiles or W rsled a very special showing 25 K Wool Jumper Suit 10 to 15 Silk Jumper Suits pretty attractive styles 1250 to tI ISTAMPING GROUND MARRIED AtI the Providence Baptist Church sonage Mr Jno H Tilford and Stella Hill eld lest daughter of pal G W Hill were by Rev Paul Bagby The young people at once to their home on the Owenton turnpike and commenced housekeeping rVA estatIWoodlake pike known as the old toll house was destroyed by fire on Satur day morning at 2i oclock It was oc copied by Jack Tandy There was 400 insurance upon the house Most of the furniture jwas lost and there was no insurance The origin of the fire is a mystery Quite a Jot otiPoUed tobacco has been received by Messrs Wigginton Honaker the agents of the A S E ijt The work of signing up the crops of tobacco for 1907 is progressing rapidly yMrof this place has been pp fn CoyntyOrganizer for the A S E and has enteredupon his work DIEDOn Wednesday March 13 Mr Millard Robinson died of typhoid fever The funeral services were conducted by Rev G W Hill and there mains were laid to rest in the Masonic cemetery I UNO a Stops itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabiesDoans Oint ment At any drug store ADDRESS BY MR CLARENCE LEBUS Mr Clarence Lebus President of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association will deliver an address at the courthouse this afternoon Mr Lebus Is well posted on the subject upon which he speaks and is a Harrison county farmer There should be a large crowd present to hear his address To Stop a Cold with Preventlcs is safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Prevention will head off all colds and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preventlcs are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling little 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you are chillY- If you begin to sneeze try Preventics They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers I OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER ff I KENTUCKY WHIS C H TAYLOR Jr A ONS Proprietors n k k c 1tI J Dress Goods I The most stylish colorings and weaves H8 inch mixt suitings OCI 44 inch novelty stripes 1 44 Voile Navy Brown Tan Gr inchIBlack 1 SILKS Block for suits a lied exICh1tivo t r t nil LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY i SUMMARY TIMETABLE NOV 18 eASTBOUND WESTBOUND 1 Daily 11AM No2 PMI GlovesI EnsterSpecial lineblack 1EFFECUVE E 785 25 II 111Ff fo 813 810 912 826 L E Junction 900 fv410I 825 4S Jli910 Stanton 815 421X96Campton Junction 748 a7780 1o17 51a 6Beattyville Junction 1085 5s7 leea 11J5t 1048 545I Athol640615 841ftII1120 Jackson 610 i L E Junction Nos Stewing8 will make with the C O 1PiaOHIO RAILWAY f Ila1 DailyI No DailyEx No 22I stations No LyeIAHArrpNA 41tDI 2s5 Jackson 835 880 158 417 880 162 C80 128 1Wilhu18t 610 1222 1Bi21if 1160I 122 b46 518 12E 1246 1fNos and will make 1IJr Jm ctoon WIth Nos points on the and Eastern Railway M CONLBY SuperintendentfS IV TEDI0men in each mplesofSalary 8500 month 800 day for expenses SAUNDERS C Department P Boulevard IIChicngo Ills KILLTH COUGH CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION 80c 8 SLOt TrialI Suxeat and Quickest for all and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Street Car Schedule leave Main and streets FOR FRANKFORT a m and every un til 1015 FOR PARK LINE 615 m and every minutes un til 10 m FOR LEESTOWN In and every 45 minutes un til 1030 m LFOR CEMETERY X m and every 45 un S NA V Traction Co JkD SALLBB Supt 5tif Long Kid Gloves shades 16 button colored silk gloves 175 Hose Celebrated Onyx Hosa in Muslin Underwear the bestqual Itiesth0 hQBt ilttiflg AND OF 19CO No4 Stations- ails INQl PMi1rcWinchester sljr 9b 707rTa It AND KENTUCKY Ex 15 45 DailyEx ArI Lexington connections o s r t n rI A MLveJPM I O K Junction 1152r r Iconnection at O Lexington L per per CO Jackson AND Free THROAT Ann SOUTH 615 minutes p a p 630 a p minutes l AM Fiaiiirt GIQCIjil jThe Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 jAM DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 108Day 120 Clay Snnd close Price Cure Cars 1907 No81 NoBti 200 620 ILv D Frankfort Ar 7166 Summit 707211 6 Elkhorn r 6 Switzer 859Stamping Ground 1043 848a 669 Duvall 1086 8 88 Johnson It 6 12It I Georgetown 410 C 8 1020 Newtown 608 ssIt Centerville 6 8111 S7It Elizabeth l 84 b I tI Paris Junctn 8 518iAr Paris r Lvl 8 b Connects at Georgetown pnlonDf pot with Q KentuckyCentralConnects N at Frankfort Union Depot with L r BETWEEN FRANKFORT C1NCJNNAT VIA GEORGETOWN P MIAMIA MIPM 715E re s BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AJfIPJi uTMl 6 2 Lv Frankfort Ar 716 715 J M t Ar 6 21Oeorlltwn Ar 5so 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv 286 at KENTUCKY CENTRAL B B POINTS w a ors 2 y47P U A 9 AI731P Ira L 880 0 IIP 1148A L WXI246P 8 IIIIIOOP tiVHAYh A THeFranKfortHouniiaDoutl Entered nt the postolllce at Frankfort Ken tucks assecuud class mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and PubI FRANKFORT MARCH 23 1907 ri THE APRIL McCLURES There Is much in the April Me Glares that you do not want to miss The leading article by George Kibbe Turner Is a study of the rule of dis sipatlon and the ruin and disaster that It has brought The City of Chicago Is the title and Mr Turner shows the tremendous forces that are working to destroy the social organ zatlon In every American city His viewpoint Is entirely new Mary Baker G Eddy the Story of Her Life and the History of Christian Science continues to pile up Its Interest arous Tag factsthe various and many wanderings of Mrs Eddy while she t was hazily evolving her Science andt teaching the art of Quimbys healing are graphically told Carl Schurz writes of an almost unknown portion of American History in his Reminl r sconces the foreign attiude to the Union during the Civil War as seen from his residence in Madrid The episode of his introduction to ther Spanish Court is harmorously told Maud Youngers Diary of An Amaj11 teur Waitress adds much light to our knowledged of New Yorks quick lunch restaurants The fiction is noteworthy In the exF f treme Viola Roseboros The Mistaken o VMan tells of an engineer a dividend t hungry railroad president a bridge tthat they built its wreck and the wrecks of their lives In The Dice k Perceval shows us a Russian Prince 4and a student who gamble for their lives in the Russian Region of Terror Sulzerticombination of animal and children pSstoriesvery Jmagnative My Base ball Debut by L Constants is good spring reading and droll In ABrot ther at Arms Grace S Richmond hit troduces to us a Yale sophomore and his solicitous married sister in a capital comedy dialogue The Hastec of Joe Savarin by W A Fraser de scribes an uptorrent canoe journey an Indian guide with a heavy heart J and a need ror haste j Mountain Vigil by Homer SI t Woodbridge is a piece of noteworthy SJ and distinctive erseCf JUST MONEY zt hr1 Money never ceases to be useful as long as it is kept moving Mr r Rockefeller has acquired a great deal aof It But he doesnt keep it In a stocking Whether he gives it away loc worklHe t much money and destroy it even though it be his Money is the most industrious commodity in the world possessorshas s Iemaynaked he must lie down in the grave His money ceases to be his and goes i1 on changing hands through genera Itlons a continual blessing Our Country for March IiCoutiutten from page 1 tlon It was very noticable that the last mooting of the K E A at Bowl ing Green even with a very small attendance every educational interest in the State was either directly or directly represented In the next meeting at Winchester June 1820 no effort will be spared to have not only every educational interest more largely represented but the people themselves will be heard and the mothers and fathers will be heard in a cause which Is essentially and primarily theirs We can not afford to rest on our oars at this time because we have gotten the one month extension of the school term or the rural school and two splendidly equipped State Normal Schools Let these be the beginning of a complete reform the fight for which we shall begin anew with a solid organization and n concerted effort on the part of all In the meeting- at Winchester and end victoriously if we end at all in the legislative halls of the State Capitol at Frankfort Many reforms are needed and there are nanny great questions to be set As our worthy secretary so forcefully put it in an article in the last issue to The Southern School Journal The rapidly growing public sentiment in favor of better schools rIpresentedtors that they will know that something must be done The trlftee system must be revised compulsory education law needs and enforcement Provision- must be made for more revenue for better school houses and for better teachers These are only a few fthe more important matters com- Ing under the general head of needy ed legislation which will be one of the most prominent features of the program of the Winchester meeting These and other great questions will be handled by their ablest advocates of this and other States Arousing the interest of the people to a recognition of their true status educationally as compared with other States cultivation of a better professional spirit on the part of all the teachers need of a great State University relation of high schools and colleges politics and the schools problems of the rural schools areaIi questions of vital importance that will characterize the spirit ofr the program Jt should be the aim of every educator and of every friend of education Kentucky to let the meeting at Winchester go on record as being not the greatest meeting in the history of the Association from the standpoint of organization numbers and enthusiasm but as being the meeting which the greatest things for the cause of education in Kentucky were done The writer is gratified that the outlook for such a meeting is ex- ccedlngl bright From every corner the State from men in all voca ions of life come letters of splendid encouragement In fact everything points to a general awakening of the people to a recognition of the deplorable condition of Kentuckys educational interests for which there is no excuse in this the otherwise greatest Commonwealth among the States It taken a long time to sow seed for great harvest that is surely with the buds of another springtime But the sowers have been faithful and the soil has not been barren though it has taken the rain and sunshine the fallowing and harrowing of many sea Girlhoodand Scott r Emulsion are linked together The girl who takes Scotts Emul lion has plenty of rich red bloodshe is plump active andenergetic The reason is that at a period when a girls digestion is weak Scotts Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form 1lirlliALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100f sons to reach he rich subsoil beneath There is teedofa great educational revolution In this State and tho signs of the tmes indicate that such a revolution b surely and rapid ly coming One of the most encouraging signs and a most invaUable factor in the attainment of an great end or pro pagation of any great movement is tits deep and apive interest manifest ed by tho great 3ody of citizen women in the educallmal situation in Ken tucky In the Kentucky Federation of Womens iCuhs the Kentucky Ed ucational AsBciatfon hub an any as powerful rJjpod as It is itself This magnificent dy of great recognizing fiat the problem womenI education of leri people Is Kentucky greatest problem at the present time have thrown themselves heart and sonllnto thisflght They have magnanimously fleclared for active cooperation wit the Kentucky Edu cational Association whose purposes are first to arouse Interest in education and to insert upon importance of every child beta In school every day of the school term second to unite all the people OYeach community for the improvement of our public schools Many of these omen will be at Winchester and will have conspiclous places in the program Let us con gratulate ourselves that they have s nobly come to our succor and will stand by us in this fight to the finish With such allies we can not fail Now a word to the educator of Ken- tuckYtdlrecloEyery interest of the State is demanding educational reform Itj necessarily devolves upon the educatott the leaders in th- emovementcfThepress s the pulpit the platform ahctftlfe bench are solidly in favor of better schools and of educational improvement Greatest of all the the mothers and fathers of Kentucky are enthusiastically and earnestly In favor of reform The people are recoveringvery rapidly from their I6h paralysis of selfsatisfac tion Nov nothing remains but the leaders to lead The long needeu organization has been effected in the incorpbratlon of the K E A thereby making it a permanent institution with tremendous power and influence for good in the future of this Commonwealth Let every teacher in Kentucky put Ais shoulder to the wheel and strengthen this organiza tion by enf ollirigT rHrffiember The teacher whether he be of the college faculty the private school or the public school the rural school or the city school who Is crying for educational reform in Kentucky and does not eAter the organization as a helper Those n this great work is insincere who are crying for better salaries better schoolhouses better equipmen- and longer terms are Insincere if the do not enter the organization and d their part in affecting these great ends If you can not attend the meet- Ing at Winchester send in your name to the secretary pay the fee of one dollar and enroll asa member and try to get some other teacher in your county to either attend or do as you have done 5The railroads have given us the to rate of one fare plus twentyfive for the round trip Winchester her people and her hotels are going to do handsome things in the way of enter taming However this assurance is needless from any community in Ken tucky to other Kentuckians Let the teachers from every county in Kentucky begin right now to make their plans to attend this meeting at Winchester With all assurance of his modesty the writer is ambitious that this should be the greatest deliber ative assemblage in the history of the State coming together for the pur pose of inaugurating measures of the greatest conceivable Importance to the welfare of the State A few of us are giving our time and the effort to make this meeting a greatI educational success and we dulging the modest hope that than two thousand teachers will respond to the roll call at Winchester either in person or by proxy But remember that while you are urgently solicited to enroll as a member whether you attend ornot your pres once there will be worth more to the cause and to the future of the Associa tion than our jIIllKSDALE HAMLET lucational Association If JB MEETING will1 moet at the yM Chlnn Mon oclock quested P it j PleaS nLtoJllke Oil Laxativetr SyruprNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a saltsIare 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 tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades vf j Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches 1 Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches 1 Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG wHardware Paints Oils Etc Capitol Foundry Machine Co HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers iniand Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE Six horse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Rower Stationary Steam EnginetNine horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs 200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES l I y fj 14i eiiift ftf I t n Jli j tt f + J t J i N rJ11 f t JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully fed in thousands of cases of nervous disor SLbut neyerjhas it made a better record than fl treatment of fits or spasms bids of testimonials this and in Rvery instance the writer has stated sed after the first dose of Ner repeatedmcommencedhaving paralyedgave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short she had herbedycralnpsoher jaws would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was dom her no good and ordered a bottle of Dr Miles Re storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I got some more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit since taking the first dose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver and is never without them If there is any way of make ing this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv MeElkvilleAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ONE OFTHE HANDSOMEST CHURCHES IN STATE BURNED We regret to learn that the Calvary Baptist Church of Lexington one of the handsomeest churches in the State was totally destroyed By fire on Monday morning The loss Is something over 50000 with only 28500 insurance This church was dedicated In May last and is conceded to have been the handsomest in Lexington if not in the State Rev W P nines D D is the pastor thefhhWORK RESUMED ON INTERUR f BANt iio t The work of grading on the Frank wasJof men was put to work at each end r of the line It is confidently predicted that the road will be running to the Woodford capital by the early summer HON CHAS C McCHORD NOMINATED rHon C C McChord the only entry for the nomination of a Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner in this the Third Railroad Commis sioners District was declared the TuesdayjMr McChord has made a firstclass officer and is a clever gentleman NARROW ESCAPE Mr OBannon Shields a relative of Judge J H Polsgrove was driving 4along the Versailles pike just out i city on Monday with his wife in a buggy when a shot was heard shejwas shot i hurriedexback of his wifes shirt waist and a slight furrow across the skin of her back made by the bullet in its course it evidently being a spent ball 1l Upon investigation it was found that a young man named Noel Robinson was cleaning a pistol in a back room of a house near by when the weapon was accidentally discharged cutting a clean hole through the glass of the window and striking Mrs Shields as stated above Mr Robinson was unaware of the dangerous accident until Informed by Mr Shields He deeply regrets the affair It was a close call for Mrs Shields rGAINES WINS SUIT In the suit of Col Noel Gaines against the State Journal Co and Col W P Walton tor libel in the Anderson Circuit Court the jury returned a verdict of 2000 damages in favor of Gaines after being out Only a short time on Tuesday morning There are still several other suits 4pefndinglof a similar character l h i ret 4K t 1fr fitJ 1l 7iVl jJ VJ iiWJpjf ik UNUSUAL MOVE IN COURT OF APPEALS On Tuesday last Felix Feltner who was fined and sentenced to jail for two years In the Clark Circuit Court for contempt In running off witnesses In the Hargis Mnrcum damage suit withdrew his petition for rehearing by the Court notlauthorizedCourt of Appeals had a few days before affirmed the judgment of the Clark Circuit Court BABY CAST AWAY FOUND The body of a castaway baby was found on the Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon by Mr John Conway and brought to Coroner Grahams office It seems that the child was only a few hours old and had been placed in a shoe box and buried in the soft earth on the hillside and theheavy rains had uncovered the box It was a white child Every effort should be used to discover the Inhuman parents of this un fortunate AFTER EAST TENNESSEE TELE PHONE CO City Attorney Wm Cromwell will file suit in the Circuit Court In the next few days to compell the East Tennessee Telephone Co otherwise known as the Cumberland to comply with the city ordinance as to rates of telephone rent tl will be remembered that the Court of Appeals has decided that the City Council had the right to prescribe rates for the rent of telephones CHANGES IN PERSONEL OF JAMESTOWN COMMISSION Col J Stoddard Johnston President of the Jamestown Exposition Com mission having resigned that place Mr Jno B Atkinson of Earlington a the vicepresident has been elected to the vacant place Col Chas E Hoge of this city has been promoted to the vicepresidency of the Commission A high honor wjortllhy bestowed MOVED OFFICE Drs Gorin Hoggins the osteo pathlc physicians have moved their office from the Jeffers House building into the residence of Hon Lewis Mc Quown about half block further west on Main street Mr McQuown and wife have gone to Europe for the benefit of Mrs Mc Quowns health and will be gone several months Drs Gorin Hoggins request their patientaand friends to remember their change of location That our American rorests abouna in plants which possess the most valuable medicinal virtues is abundantly attested by scores of the most eminent medical writers and teachers Even thu untu tored Indians had discovered the useful ness of many native plants before the advent of the white race This information imparted freely to the whites led the latter to continue Investigations until today we have a rich assortment of most valuable American medicinal roots O ODr Pierce believes that our American for ests abbsnd jn most valuable medicinal roota to the cu t most obstinate and fatal dls e sU wejvcN4 properly Investigate them an of this conviction bo tat with prl rha almnsf mnnllnnq- kJlr I PftIitMt by hlc t nlriTale11knl h rov t to th set Innt ctmmnrh tnnir liver tnrtenr tor heart tanlcand reirulator Rnd bloc cleanser know to medical selencg Dyspep sla or indigestion torpid liver functional and even valvular and other affections of the heart yield to its curative action The reason why It cures these and many other affections Is clearly shown In a little book of extracts from the standard medical works which Is mailed free to any address by Dr R V Tierce of Buffalo N Y to all sending request for the same b ONot less marvelous In the unparalleled cure It Is constantly making of womans many peculiar affections weaknesses and distressing der ements Is Dr Pierces FarortteNPrcscrlpUotTKas Is amply attested by thousands ofynJUiJltdJestlinonlals con cured b o e to pft v r to beenI per Irrcaulnrltles p rot cus th earn ea ulcer no l us nn k n r lt s o en after many other vert sed me lefties and physicians bad failed b O O Both the above mentioned medicines are wholly made up front tho plycerlc extracts of native medicinal roots Tho processes em ployed in their manufacture wore original with Dr Pierce and they are carried on by skilled chemists and pharmacists with tho aid of apparatus and appliances specta- dosigded and tor thIs purpose Both medIcInes are entirely tree from alcohol and all other harmful habitforming drugs A full list ot their ingredients Is printed on each bottlewrapper fJhJLu buy sec will give us pleasure to show you our offerings in fine and medium priced furniture sort that both appropriate and durable And we shall also be glad to tell you of our liberal partial plana little at a time as your income permits R Sc NOTICE The Local Carpenters Union No 1478 have adopted the eight Inur scale with same pay to take effect April fat 1907 2010t BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p mLea9o Paris every hour from 6am to 7 p m and 10 p ui Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 880a in to 730 pm andat8 and pm Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 810 a m to 815 pi m and at 10 p m Versailles Division u Leave Lexington frocenter ever hour from tt d m to 0 p m at and 11 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 546 m to 645p m andat b15 10 p m E T Phone 610 Howe Phone 174 R T GUNN Manager 2tf r RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19L N Frankfort Accommodation departs 5V35 a m daily except Sunday No 61 LN departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m daily No 17 L N departs 940 a In daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m dually except Sunday No 23C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 615 p m dolly EAST BOUND No 18 L N leaves 950 a m dally 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 pr m daily except Sunday No C 0 leaves 759 p m 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louisville L N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives departs from First and Water Street Station FCL- eaves for Parls620 a m Returns 1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Ago Ohio Ry Schedule in effect Nova 26 1906 sub ject to change without notice Limited for phis West and Southwest 020 1 M and 611 P M Daily ILimitedFortWasbingtou Baltimore Philadel Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 A3Iand 801 PM Daily 23lyr li t Z Ii t 1 Buy Furniture r Economically Extravagance consists In buying the wrong thing at the wrong price ingthoprice If you are truly economical you will not furniture cheapItits appropriatenessand ond for its durability It present the gs payment ROGERS SONS and 24 Chesapeake illsNashvilleMeal LET US FIGURE FOR YOU Thecost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle fA good vehicle isworth saving and frequently a small amount expended will double its life neglected will cost you a new oneI4r Drop us a card and our representative will call to see you the time to have your vehicle overhauled and palmed Seller Carriage GO w VERSAILLES KY H K WARD President C M BROWNING Sec and Treas A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR 11L For Sale by all Grocers Send us yourorder for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47111 AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at BridgeStble Photographer jH G MATTERN Pa i Ir j WE SELL THE BESTTHAT IS WHAT WE DO We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc To be Found in the State 1 Call and examine our Splendid S sor ment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goods in Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later m 11Ren1en1Ql3rThe Best of everything In stock and prices are very low for such a class of gooc1s11 SELBERTFjt ifr II MARRIEB JONES LAWSONIn this city Wednesday Mr Jno W Jones Miss nd Nannie Lawson were married THOMASONDARNABY WooS- lake on Wednesday Mr Wardi Thomason and Miss Bettie Lye n Darnaby both of Stamping Ground were married by Rev A Paul Bagby HOCKENSMITHLYON In th isI county on Thursday Mr C Hockens pith and Miss Nora J Lyon were married by Rev Jno H JENNINGSCRA YFORD In this city on Thursday Mr Lincoln Jennings and Miss Bettie Crawford we married by Rev L D Stucker N4 TO ENLARGE HOSPITAL The ladies of the Kings Daughters Hospital Circle are arranging to build an addition to the hospital The neces sity for this work is evident Any contributions will be thankful t ly received no matter how smell or how large We hope our citizens will ygfve liberally to this end t HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young in health an do as Mrs N F Rowan M TIireelbottles I blelcomplicated condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel lam 20 years younger than before I tookI Electric Bitters I can now do all m work with ease and assist in my bus tj bands store Guaranteed at all t Drug Stores Price 50 cents 4i t DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT t The Roney Boys Concert given o SThursday evening at the Capital Opera House under the auspicies o the Baptist Ladies Aid Society was one of the cleanest and most attrac tive concerts we ever attended 4 The music was of a very high class the voices of the five lads chorded accurately and their rendering was exquisite The cornetists were o the best There was a very good audience present but the merits of the entertainment would have warranted ij packed house a WORKED LIKE A CHARM t Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail in my foo 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 drug gists 25 cents a 2MORE SALES OF REAL ESTATE On Wednesday last Mr W E Washburn sold to Mrs Sallie Snelling cottage home in Thorn Hill for 1 jka F Mr W E Graham on Thursday to Mr W E Washburn alot in Thorn Hill for 250 Mr Wash tburn will build a handsome home in the near future i i BIRTHS IllKIRBYIn this county on Wedries day to Mr Frank Kirby and wife a daughterLucy Wakefield DAILYIn this city to Mr Joue DaHey and wifea daughter dDr Tt mas Eclectric Oil is t best remedy for that often fatal dis easecroup Has been used with sue cess in our family for eight years Mrs L Whiteacre Buffalo N Y nHERE AT HOME Frankfort Citizens Gladly Testify and reConfidently Recommend Deans Kidney Pills It is testimony like the following that has placed Doans Kidney FIUstf so far above competitors When people right here at home raise their voice in praise there is no room left for doubt Read the public statement- of a Frankfort citizen Mrs Margaret Weitzel of 318 Mero street Frankfort Ky says For number of years I suffered from persistent aching across the small my back and through thekidneysr At times my back was so bad I could hardly sit still get up or dow or lift anything even of ordinary weight like a kettle of water At couldd it andesecretionsflwere fheav sediment I saw Doans Kid ney Pills advertised procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and begs noticeYa natural appearance the pains and aches left me and I felt as well as I ever did Nothing pleases me more than to speak a word in favor of Deans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 60an 1cents FsterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the Unite- f States Remember the iname Doans and take no other VALLEY VIEW GETS POWER HOUSE- s The Traction Co magnates hay finally located the big power play Ifor their lines at Valley View Madl countylour me 1Ingo glimmering ate Preventics will promptly chec a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stake Prevention cure seated colds as well Preventtc- t are little candy cold cure tablets an Dr Shoop Racine Wis will gladl mail you samples and a book on Cold If you will write him The IIfree prove their merit Check Colds with Preventics and stop Pneumonia Sold In 5c and 25c boxes by all dealersrFOR SALE If you want a bargain in a farm of 174 acres write to H W Box 77 R D No2 Frankfort for partlcu lars Mar 93t Early Risers in TIle to sui Mttfs p t f jAwwm wWw f fill j f Ifftjfy t r PURPOSES OF THE KENTUCKY BREEDING BUREAU The Value of Thoroughbred Blood Excerpts from the address delivered ttby Jouett Shsej Secretary of the Kentucky Bredlng Bureau before th State Farmers Institute at Shelby leviJely February 26 1907 It Has riot been many years sine Kentucky had a reputation that ex tended throughout the world for the excellence bf the general class of her live stock The State and particu larly the Blue Grass region was known in every section of America and in practically every foreign country as thej home of the best horses hebe cattle he best sheep the best live stock of every sort to be found In any State of the Union and in almost any sectipn of the world Within the last tweny years that prestige has to iarge extent been lost Where formerly were dozens of herds of Southern cattle that ranked with the best of the country we have had within recent years comparatively few trpholap d thosofe bQJFcp P JPlio jgjfmA Jhing is true with reference to Southdown fenID b ue grass pastures of Kentucky were unexcelled now they are few and unimportant Various causes contributed tothis result The sale of much of the best of the parent stock in the belief that other animals equally goodjcould be raised the discontin uance of county fairs the general loss of interest on the part of our people were directly responsible The only renour lead are the saddle horse and the thoroughbred And even our hold upon the saddle horse industry is not so secure as once it was Missourt has made rapid strides within the past few years and our sister State of Tennessee has also assumed important place in the production and development of this very useful danimal SPEED CRAZE IN KENTUCKY In the eightieswhen the trotting horse boom was at its height when fabulous and inflated prices were be ing paid forttottinghorsea the peed craze swept over Kentucky as it did1 over many other States But the path1 leftt was more r e because our horse interests were larger than those of any other State a desire to develop a trotter that could take a record of 210 our farm ers made unWiSe investments an theykn r mares with saddle and combination gooddc a ready bysso and bred to any crossroads trotter that had a record no matter whether he conformaIIthat were neither flab flesh nor towlI They had no speed and were useless for- bad no speed and were useless for racing Z aey lacked conformation that would make them desirable as road horses J They had not the strength to do farm work They were good for nothing eaf to be knocked the head an fedto the crows The bottom fell out of the trotting horse market The Worn died away The i Reliable Jeweler 230 Sfc Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SKLBERT8 ITS GOOD i speed craze cdThe farmersof Kentucky lost hundreds of thousands a of dollars much of which because of their foolish methods they would have lost even had the inflated prices for trotting sock continued But more to be regretted than the mere monetary loss they were discouraged from fur ether breeding operations They were unwilling to go back to the methods which they lad previously employed- e They wanted nothing to do with the production ojjhorses SUPPLY EASTERN MARKET For a number fof years past Ken tacky has virtually supplied the East ern market with saddle horses car riage horses and general purpose horses The trads mark Kentucky horse has of Itself been worth an additional value of 10 per cent to any animal to which it could be applied Recently it has been exceedingly dim cult for the dealers who send stock East from this State to secure that stock We have been right on the verge of a horse famine because of the conditions set forth above and because so many of those who hitherto had lent their individual efforts to the production of horses that would fill the bill entirely ceased those efforts Furthermore within the last few years the class of our general purpose stock has degenerated In the beginning that stock owed its excellence in large measure to a general infusion of thor oughbred blood For more than a hun Bred years the best thoroughbred stal lions brought from England to this country have sooner or latter come to the Blue Grass Their blood and the blood of their progeny disseminated gradually and through diverse chan nels among the common farm mares of the State served by degrees to ele vate the class of our horse stock to give it quality symmetry courage stamina endurance And it was these traits coming directly from thorough bred sources that made our horses superior to those of other States and made them command a higher market value ORIGIN OF THE BUREAU Realization of the fact that our stock has recently deteriorated and knowl edge of the cause of Its primary excel lence led to the establishment of the Kentucky Breeding Bureau It is aIbody created by the American ers Protective Association which has for its object the improvement the general class of horses of our State through a wider diffusion gt thorough bred blood The American Breeders Protective Association is an organlzaj tion of many of the most prominent breeders of thoroughbred horses in the Blue Grass region It was formed Ijin 1898 by those men as a means of self protection Its purpose was to eliminate from thoroughbred ranks all brood mares which on account of in dividuality or blood lines were not deemed worthy to be perpetuated It ffwas represented at the big thorough rbred sales by a committee which purchased such of these mares as came destroY1ed ganization this Association has elimi nated from thoroughbred ranks over twelve hundred brood mares Some of these mares have been sent to nearly every State in the Union many of them have been bred to Jacks others have been mated with standardbred- or saddle stallions all of them in whatever capacity or wherever located have undoubtedly helped In the improvement of the general class of Continued on page 8 i IJ rj J Jt Jj 1 W WEEFLtYa COURIER r JOURNALt 4 AND fi Roundabout For Onlg 150The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all IS a Democrat ancr has always been a Democrat never a Republican Es wayDemocratsThe CourierJournal Is going to sup port the ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR ORDER FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT TO THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICK OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNALALONEIS1AYEARLOW t FROMa l Louisville ty VIA Southern Ry 4In effect dally March 1st to April 30th and Sept 1st to Oct 31st inc rti 3400 Helena and Butte 3500 Spokane 3850 f Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San FranciscoiLos Angeles points and Ftint Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers tickets will also be sold on March 5th and Itpklahomaand other points in the Southwest and Southeast completeinformation fJI 1IGenPassIFeb 23to Apl 80 TZZB l Blue Grass LexingtonNnrseriesjl Il11e Offer for the Fmlt and Ornamental Trees Ever AspararuHllrablt WE HIVE NO AGENTS ly r eiIH F Hillenraeyer iSonstrFeb 28 mr t L I K Wr rr7 r w l 1tIUrr k JI i RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector services at follows Holy Communion at 8 a m 930 a m Sundayschool 11 a m Prayer and Sermon L Subject The Characteristic Ac Rii of Religion i k30 q m Prayer and Sermon Jjtibjcct The Prophet Jeremiah LENTEN SERVICES Mondays Evening Prayer at 430 Tuesdays Subject The Sermon the Mount 430 p m jnesdays Brief service and study 730 p laysThe Sermon on the 30 pm mLitany The Sermon on 30 p m BAP7 G JCH Rev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chattel Baraca class at 945 n m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union d- ti5 p m in the chapel I Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 730 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev c R h Hudson pastor wnl preach at 11 n meand 730 p m x Sundayschool at 930 a m In the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel b Prayer meeting Wednesday even tug at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louisville will at 11nm and 730 p m Sundayschoolat 930 a m Young peoples Society of Christian Bndeavor at 630 p mjPrayermeeting Wednesday evening alt 730 p m k jVl ito s ccrdiaJly eiQoined METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A yaught Pastor will preach at 11 a ML and 730 p m Sundayschool at45 at m Prayer meetng on Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 1a m and 730 J pmYoung Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundays hoo at 945 a m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m BRIDGEPORT CHRISTIAN CHURCHBro T N Arnold will preach at Bridgeport Christian Church on Sunday March 24 at 11 oclock a m Every body invited to attend For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose of Doans Regu lets is enough Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box tAsk your druggist for them HOTTEST OF THE SEASON Tuesday last was the hottest day of the season so far The thermometers ranged all the way from 82 to 84 de grees and the universal expression J Phew Isnt this as hot as the good old summer time There was a rapid change however In the hiht of Tuesday and by Wednesday morning the thermometers showed about 45 degrees I tate the handling ofthe scenery and properties thfc drama calls for Jttwlll indeed e a production on a most elabprato scale and people hero are congratulating themselves that tfiey wijl ratlaE have tin opportunity t1to ace thJ4s Jluch talked of piece at Capital Theatre next Monday March 25i Seats liow selling Prices 25c 5Qc 75c and L t tj iI Ol i n r ii1 In l where a good i wagon made a welded by machines tubs buckets Examine them THEprocess s LISTEN NOW agent II fences author Iud this v That Injured at That Is perfectly adjustable to will separate stands Is In every BY A C GC The the list letters uncalled for the Frank fort Ky for the week ing March 23 Atkins Miss E Brawner Miss Lizzie Barrett Miss Mamie i Breedin Mr Black Miss Ruth Baker Llnzle Horace Barnett Mrs Laura C Barnett j Charnel Robert Crout Miss Stella Daniel J N Deuney Mrs Ellen Dickinson Mrs Sadie Evans Miss Hallie E A Grimes Mrs Vicie Miss Araie Harrod Joseph S Kenedy Miss Julia Lucas Miss Mallie Leitchiier Miss Gracie Miss Mr Of Mrs Lydia Mclncen Abner Newman Hy Parr Miss Lizzie Rbbinson Miss Rolland Miss Clara Edgar Turl Mrs Mary West E Miss G Wilkins Ward Miss Young R for any of the above letters please say GEO BARNES P M aroused of The March 251 Much Interest It attached the The leer Organist which will shortly hold the boards at Capital Theatre Monday March The play is of the pastoral order and is idyll way story of the drama is simple and is blend with genuine comedy and excep tional pathos of the show speak glowing terms of the and scenic effects There is not a dull moment the play and the plot is never to lag It might likened to other plays of the pastoral sort the of the and inl tho realism of reproduction of phases of rural life A HI iIr ti Jt jI laiIti4 l ltGetI lliIfI tl0t i Science has better the or clamp ii PThis is the of construction Years of life are t the elimination of serious fence defects WRAP holds moisture cracks the and allows the water to attack the bare wire A small amount of displaced galvanizing on PITTSBURGH PERFECT REINFORCES THE RUST AT THE ELECTRICALLY WELDED JOINT examine the STAYS CANNOT SLIP They are always lust they were put Stay and strand wires become one piece when the union is made fence is like solid sheet of is Dont allow your in favor heretofore known warp your II PITTSBURGH FENCES REPRESENT because hundreds of of dollars worth of standard material dailywelded by The hoop the average sugar barrel the isolated country grocery store is welded r your wa in large factory ib tires were and washing on many and IIrmodern simple and marvelous producing WELD MR FARMER Every handling PITTSBURGH PERFECT is to the wires are not the JAthe fence unevengniund- That the stays not from the That thefenoe all right particular MuIPHrAll 1 is of in end W L In to of on an in its The ed In cast be in Its 1l ITTSBURCH PERFECT FENCES A jointt steelsEvery Guaranteed Perfect to on fa an I AND SOLD P C SONERiD ur E 3E JR JHC AIL H5T 61 07309 MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES ADVERTISED LETTERS following remaining postofflce Mamie W11l1eOJ Baker Boone Gullion Henson Harmon Leitchner Lillle Laughlin McLain Crittenden Tatmon Walker West MattieI When1alling advertised EXCEPTIONAL INTEREST Already engagement Volunteer Organist forthcoming production Volun 25iAdvance criticisms throughout permitted several wellknown quaintness characters presented 7I developed something infinitely than oldstyle wrap but it differs from the usual run in some ways also It is without such elements as- a heroine an old will and a murder and it 1s out of a popular Long The story it tells the sermon it the good old sermon on in and In religion The danger of alcoholic the of and the saving gracQ of Sincere and strictly moral conduct are all shown Among the special features are the singing of popular favorites like The Holy City with special scenic effects by Master William Nelson a boy soprano and the of two handsome St Bernard dogs in a life saving act Four distinct massive sets of scenery are carried by the company together with every device known that could posibly enhance the beauty of the piece Besides a force of stage and with the company it is also neces sary to greatly augment the work Ing force at the thteatres where The Organist plays to faclll ITo weak and ailing women there Is at least Ray to help But with that stay two treatments east be combined One Is local one is constitu tonal but both are both essential Dr Shoops Night Cure is the Local Dr Shoops Restorative the The former Dr Shoops Night Cure Is atopical ucous membrane suppository remedy while oops Restorative Is wholly an Internal treat int The Restorative reaches throughout the tiro system seeking the repair of all nerve tissue and allblood ailments Tho Night Cureaa its name Implies does rk while you sleep It soothes sore and Inflam mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and charges whtt the ilveqases nervous cltement feives renewed vigor 1 ambition lids upwastod tissues bringing about renewed vigor and energy Take Dr Snoops general tonic the system For fcosltlvo local help use as well ALt t It q hl t tIiT ftt rt Jl t Jt i 1J04 iA l Jtft ifk t i ARE 01 modern method Madded thr6ugh TECTION AGAINST perforated Rod prejudice judgmentiPERFECT PROGRESS thousands electricityrrelectrically electricity guarantee EXAMINE FENCE timeworn melodramatic deepdyed villitina persecuted furthermore constructed preaclesiis temperance physical dulgence liberality intoxicants wickedness hypocrisy religious professions properly introduction electrical carpenters electricians Volunteer Important Constitutional BY I FfISBURC PERFEC FENCWGSpeunl SIyfejw EXCLUSIVELY COIJa HJC Eng1Iand rWeakWomen storatlveTab1etorLIQuldasa Shoopslight DEALERS ELECTRICITYf BUYS HANDSOME RESIDENCE Mr Harry T Rogers has purchased from his brother Mr Jno G Rogers his handsome cottage home on Taylor Avenue lThe consideration paid is private This is a new and modern residence In every way and is in fine shape THIS JUST SUITS THE BOYS By the following dispatch from Washington City It will be seen that six of the boys holding clerkship in the local postofflce get raises in their salaries from 100 to 200 in proper tion to length of service Washington D C March 20Two- hundred and nine clerks in Kentucky postofftces will receive promotions on July 1st as follows Louisville 116 Ashland 6 Bowling Green 3 Coy icgton 13 Cynthlana 2 Danville 3 Frankfort 6 Fulton 2 Georgetown 2 Henderson 6 Hopkinsville 5 Lex ington 15 Mayfield 4 Maysvllle Middlesboro 1 Mt Sterling 3 4I port 8 Owensboro Paducah Paris 3 Richmond 2 Shetbyvllle i Somerset 3 Winchester 3 In addition all the R F D boys are raised from 720 to 900 per annum DAMAGE SUITS FILED A suit for In damages has been filed by ColJas A Scott and Mr W C Marshall In behalf ot Harry Dennisten against Mr Wlm F Modes Superintendent of tne Glass Works It is alleged that Modes as saulted and beat Dennlsten Hence the suit Mr J C B Polk has filed suit through Mr L W Morris against the Capital Construction Co for damages to property caused by blasting In the rock quarry at Fltzg alls bend and by dust c at the rock crusher whereby plaintiffs house was damag ed and two cisterns were ruined He claims damages In 300 o PROMINENT AND WEALTHY WOODFORD ClrIZENDIE- SI a dispatch we learn that Mr Ishani Railey one of Woodford countys most prominent and wealthy citizens died suddenly at his home on Wednesday Mr Railey had been In poor health for several years He was a member of the Presbyterian Church He was a brother iii4aw of Mr JasB Hag ln the mllUoiTaire v r I j trl if rt d1f FREE LECTURE The White Plague the Theme DrJ N McCormack Secretary ot the State Board of Health has delivered a very fine address upon the theme Things People Should Know AboutDoctors at a number of points in this State and other States The lecture has attracted a vast deal of attention and comment wherever delivered The lecture will be delivered at the First Baptist Church in this cityion Thursday evening March t The address will be delivered under the auspices of the Franklin County Medical 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 BRIGHTEST SNAPPIEST BEST The Louisville Times fills the bill Published every week day afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular subscription price 500 a year You can get THE TIMES and RoundaboutlBOTH ONE YEAR k FOR ONLY 5a Send your order to this papernotITHE TIMES READ THE TIMES ANDSSKEEP UP WITH THE TIMES IIItWIIt Early Risers Thta famous little piliJ u t JJfirI iiF1 f c i iff l TITTr r A if Le 4 ni4 r f Supremacy in Womans Oxfords I OffOrdS1especIallyI stylesbetteri Of course you want to make your selection from the largest variety Pithe best variety Jf j Queen Quality Oxfords ready 250 to 350 jm L f e FtcJIrTFlE1 C A INCORPORATED WINDOWS OF MARCHI March winds and damp ground I serve as sentinels to keep those of us who would go out of doors prisoners and yet the view we beheld from our windows in the sweet hush of the early morning made the day more fair and the waiting with as much con tent as if twas summer and we were a part of the world The pit was opened and the fresh greenery of the growing plants presented a picture as charming as spring Ivy geranium fern palm and other varities of hot house care lifted sweet faces up to the light and cool of the atmosphere A little bird with a brown coat sang messages of love and gratitude We too thanked the all Father for His promises a far The child John came round the house to show us his pet lamb It was bleating and the boy held the ti bottle of milk from which the mother it less thing drank with refreshing con J fidence It was a picture replete with memories of other days Our own childhood reflected in the present i What of the lamb once loved and as carefully tended Would this small white woolly plaything forget the I band that fed its hunger I Would it wonder from the home foldout on the mountain in the cold and rain to be caught by some wolf trIoj or ravine or be content to grow old and to feed upon pleasant pastures ti beside still waters all the days oft Its joyous life t The child with his lamb passed from i our view and we beheld the gorgeous plumage of a stately stepping peacock as proud of its plumage as some lady of fashion in royal robes The pea fowls coloring was brilliant The purple and gold the blue and violet 1 the bars of crimson and circles of wonderful eyes made possible a de scent from the Orient from whence the Caravans of King Solomon brought the priceless exotics so rare even in these days of wealth Fashions foibles represented in the stately visitors stepping Our sight was drawn even for a moment and When we looked again the warm color Ing of the East had faded in the West A kitten sat upon the frame of the pit washing its face Susan claimed this pet and she was drawing her doll in a small red wagon her sweetface lifted up to Father who carried In his arms another motherless lamb How fast and fearlessly the pictures negatived reflection upon the minds camera What representation reproduced A part of the great world of life outside our small environment Simple events chronicled serve as guide boards along the days highway Two trees stood dark and silent against the background of a sky be ginning to lower the trees were the watermaple with bark almost blackI from weathered age They recalled friends we had known in the long ago silent unforgiving and relentless as the elements Yet the trees possess a charm as real as friendship and the tall mute mast like figures im pressed themselves as sentinels guard ing the inner tomple from the foes who hate Moss covered roofs of outhouses y builded when the years were young clapboards of ancient workman ship bespoke another generation Who loved and lost who worked for bread who were brave as heroes who I 41 plowed and planted who suffered i d yet were strongand after lifes fit i i ful fevers was ended crossed over the river to rest under the shade of the trees We love the trees Close to ones heart they stand supremeN For the Roundabout A FATHERS LETTER TO ABSENT SON SonMy man has joined the union my boys studying auto building my girl is hallooing Hello our cook has joined the Auto Club while the grass is getting green the weed seeds are beginning to sprout while I am only a crippled farmer only able to walk about Now tell me how much of a crop I will be able to raise FATHER WILL MAKE SPLENDID OFFICER We are glad to report that Senator J W iCammack of Owenton was nominated on Saturday as the Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge In that district to fill out the unexpired term of Judge Lassing If all the circuit judges of the State were of the high and Impartial char acter of Judge Cammack the judiciary would be raised above the mire of politics DR SHOOP FAMILY MED CO RACINE WIS For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit a trial size box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It Is a snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm that give instant relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers BAD RUNAWAY A team of horses driven by Mr Robert Harrod ran away when in front of Mr Bandy Polsgroves livery stable on the West Side on Monday afternoon and ran out Benson streetIn the course of their flight Mr Harrod jumped out finding he could not control the team Turning Into Benson street the maddened animals ran against a buggy in which Mrs George Polsgrove and her grandchild were driving towards tneir home at Flat Creek The buggy was crushed upset and dragged Mrs Polsgrove and her grandchild were thrown out clear of the road and strange to say were but very tellghtJly hurt The buggy horse was knocked down and somewhat brused and cut but not materially injured We doubt if the same thing could ever again occur without some one being killed- LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION UNDERWAY The Greater Louisville Exposition was formally opened by President Roosevelt on Monday afternoon There was a tremendous crowd present when the President touched the button in his office in Washington City which started the wheels to moving It is a splendid display of the busi ness enterprise of Kentuckys metro polls I I COUNTY COURT DAYS Following Is a list of the days unty courts are held each month in ounties which are contiguous by reason of facilities by rail to the capital nderson Lawrencehurg 3d Monday Bath Owingsvllle 2d Monday Bourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday Bfathltt Jackson 1th Monday Clark Wlnchester4th Monday Estill Irvine3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming FWmingsburg4th Monday Franklin Frankfort1st Monday Garrard Lancaster4th Monday rant Williamstown2d Monday Harrison Oynthinna4th Monday Henry NewcaSUe1stMonday- Jessamine Nicholasvllle 3d Monday Lee Beattyvllle 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2d Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Jfayville lst Monday Mercer Harrpdsburafcrrjst Monday Montgomery Mt SteiIing1st Mon day j VV Nicholas Carlisle 2d Mknday- fdbamfc LagrangeT4th Monday wen 6wenton 4h Monday endletqn Tam tlilst Monday PowellStanton1stMonday r ulaski Somerset 3d Monday Scott Georgetown 3d Monday hefty Shelbyyilie i2d Monday Wayne Mbn icelltf 4th Monday Voodford Versailles4th Monday BUY LOTS AND WILL BUILD HOUSES Mrs Ed Morris and Mrs N Lind say South have each purchased a lot from Dr E E Hume on Campbell street between Shelby and Steele and will erect handsome residences thereon in the near future These are well located and desirable lots for homes The price paid was 25 per foot CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE V 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 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 BB B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else failsMar 2ly FREIGHT WRECK ON L N SUN DAY NIGHT There was a freight train wrecked on the L kR R on Sunday night just east of OBannons station An oil tank and a freight car left the track and tore up the road for about fiftyfive feet The wrecking train was quickly on the ground and the up L N passen ger train was only delayed about two and a half hours A The damage was not very great Pr1leaees lnaaesta- 1lAM estieliMiOanIiMlssissWraPlissI iliiff J- rL I A FAMOUS REMEDY I jmyfHew An as tell you doctor dear Im f Iffi than ever Ive beta IQThe poor consumptive should not be the victim of experiment as he often fa but the moment the disease mini fests its presence he should be YeD Bo schees German Syrupa pure nonale holic medicine that made specially fat the cure of consumption and has a wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds coughs croup lore throat sad yotsngqxthas been famous as a consumption can centurygTrial bottle TM At all druggists throughout the wollA For sale by J W Gayle FREE LECTURE The White Plague the Theme Dr J N McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health has delivered 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 The lecture will be delivered at the First Baptist Church in this city on Thursday evening March 28th The address will be delivered under the auspices of the Franklin County Medical 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 1 Dr Weavers Syrup ftottea the blood Cerate olntmenti for the skis 60 YEARS F EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 40on sending a sketch and description tanquickly ascertain our opinion an Invention Is ommnniea tlons BtrlctlfconlldentraL HANDBOOK on latenta sent free Oldest a enc for aecuring atente Patents taken through Mona 0 receive tHCwnoiKC without charge iuiuu Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cb cnlatlon of any scientific Journal Terms fa tfour months L Sold all newsdealers Mar WaahINewYork Branch OfflcerS F Bt Woven Wire Fences- D C LAYARD Agent for KENTUCKY for Lamb Wotitn Wire Fence Peerless Woven Wire Fence and Peerless JrPoultry Fence 12 W Mimee AtfrtH Mlcl ICH sm 21Im yummy 01 yew WIRE FENCINO REDUCED RATES VIA On the First and Third Tuesdays- of each month to many po- intsSOUTHI I Winter Tourist Tickets now ors sale good returning till I LMay3lstiFor H O KING C P T A i Lexington Ky Feb 23ly COLONIST RATES V- IAMonon RouteFrom Louisville Daily March 1 to April 3O J AngolesSanSeattle Vancouver and inter mediate points 3800 Spokane and intermediate points 3550 Helena Butte Anaconda Salt Lake City and intermediate points 8400 Billingsand intermediate pOint 2900ITuesdays March 12 April 30 To points In Minnesota North and South Dakota Eastern Mon tana Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta on application Tuesdays March 19 to April 30 aJV I To Colorado on application Two trains daily via Monon Router from 10th and Broadway 806 a m and 821 p m connecting at Chicago for the vast West and Northwest Address E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky Fob 23 to April 80 Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anf vermifuge They are not food puthorsefl M cents per package For tale by J W Gayle and Lf Compte E Gayle r