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The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been
in use for over 30 years has borne Clio Blcrnaturo of
and has been niado under his per
sonal supervision since Its infancy
Allow no one to deceive you iii tills
AU Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but
t Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTOR
Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OU Jjaro
gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency It assimilates the Food rcguIMes tho
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
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CENUINE CASTORIA AI M t J AYS <
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Tho Kind You flaye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
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Death Claims Paid in the United States and
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JULY 1905 98 PER CENT WITHIN ONE DAY
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Incorporated 300000 Estob 16 Years Strongly endorsed
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teach BY MAIL Call or send for catalogue
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CLIMBING JUNGfRAU
CLIMBINGJUNGFRAUDIFFICULTIE813NOOUNTEf1
DIJTFiOtfLTIES ENCOUNTERED IN
ASCENDING TALL EBAfc
At One Time ThU Teat Was Constd
erect ImpjuwlbU feat Note It Is
Often Accomplished Other
Mountains of Historic Note
Jungtrniu Sohreofiftrn Aiguille dos I
Brands OMrtnozl Tlefe wo have no
group but a boblo tr1fy of roprosentativo
peaks on wilcb youkan havo most of
the Inn and takd most of tho risks
Lhat appertain to mountaineering Let
us speak of Jungfrau first and lot us
say Jungfrau and not the Jungfrau on
tho same principle on which we say
Shakespeare and not Mr Shakespeare
All Ujo world knows Jungfrau by sight
It onty from colored photographs and
plSturo postcards Tho view of the
summit Is the supreme Alpine view to
be onjoyed from intorlaken where ev
ery tourist goes the Intervening bills
seem to have been cleft on purpose to
reveal It You look up the long Lau
terbrunnen valley and there the moun
tain stands pale as a ghost in the
moonlight glittering like a mirror In
the noonday sun flushing crimson at
the hour of the Alpengluhe at all
hours luring you like an enchantress
further into the regions of eternal
snow
It was Inevitable that a mountain
so conspicuous and up to a point so
approachable should figure early in
Alpine annals and so it happens
Jungfrau we find drew attention and
challenged ambition next after tho
monarch of mountains and Monte
Rosa Climbing as was natural had
been Interrupted during the years In
which Switzerland was troubled by the
wars which arose out of the French
revolutionthe years In which Napo
leon crossed the Great Saint Bernard
and Suvaroff fought battles on the
Saint Gothard But already In 1806
there was a revival of interest In the
pastime Alplna the earliest of the
Alpine journals made Its first appear
ance in that year and 1811 is the date
of the first ascent of Jungtrau by the
brothers Johann Rudolf and Hlorony
mus Meyer managers of a silk factory
at Aarau They desired they said to
learn the relations between the vari
ous basins of eternal snow and to
ascertain whether tho peaks which
arise out of them could be reached
They climbed Jungfrau but when they
told their story nobody would believe
it Wherefore to silence the voice of
calumny they climbed Jungfrau again
in 1812
1812Nowadays
Nowadays of course Jungfrau is oft
en climbed by many routes and from
PASSING A CREVASSE
many bases club huts such as that
Jn the Illustration facilitating the as
cent by enabling tho climbers to get a
good nights rest high above the val
ley where the hard work begins It is
not a difficult ascent as difficulties are
reckoned at the present time One does
not often hear of Jungfrau accidents
and mere children have been taken to
the top One of the childrenthe
merest slip of a girl described the as
cent to the writer only last summer
First there was a long scramble up the
Roth thal which Is called valley only
by courtesy and looks much more like
an enormous chimney Somewhere up
among the rocks at the top of it there
is a hut and after leaving the hut
there is a long snow grind of from six
to eight hours duration
Schreckhorn first ascended by Sir
Leslie Stephen In 1861 and not wrong
ly named Peak of Terror is a more
awkward peak to tackle The rocks
are much more difficult than the Jung
frau rocks We were frequently says
Sir Leslie in his graphic manner
flattened out against the rocks like
beasts of ill repute nailed to a barn
with fingers and toes inserted into four
different cracks which tested the elas
ticity of our frames to the uttermost
The traversing of tho Schreckhorn cou
lairs is also fraught with danger
Rocks and avalanches fall down those
couloirs from time to time and it Is
bad to be hit by them On the Schreck
horn a good many lives have been lost
The difficulties of the Schreokhom
rocks however considerable though
they are pale before those of the
Aiguilles which surround Mont Blanc
The Aiguilles all look Inaccessible and
It was long believed that they actually
wore so The first to fall was the
Aiguille du Midi conquered by Count
Ferdinand do Boullle in 1856 but most
of them held out until the eighties and
a few until the alneties One at least
the Algulllo du Qoant first scaled by
the four Signorl Bella in July 1882
and now festooned with ropes in all
tho dimcuft places was only surmount
ed In the first Instance by driving Iron
stanchions tar hand and foothold Into
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ivenue says My husband suffer
fftpr several years with kidiiay
cOn latnt which made its presence
known by a most severe aching in
hackand no
and which often became so
b especially in the morning when
rjaM or on occasions when he was
olJlUi ed to do considerable stooping
Grafting that he could scarcity
scarcjlymPle
hiWile
while reading an advertisement in
outs local papers about Doans Kid
nepills that they might at least
giye him some relief and acting on
th thought he went to Thomas
Traherns drug store and got a box
rnlf treatment proved the merits of
oft
wjge relieved and the other symp
tpmsdisappeared I have the best
ofJreasons to recommend Doans
Kidneys Pills and am confident that
In every case they do all that is rep
resented for them
Mdr sale by all dealers Price 50c
FlterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y
sole agents for the United States
Remember the name Doans
pUltake no other
fcjjfh Kenton county farmers may be
rjguired to look after the roads as it
isroposed td
i pr posed that the county bedivided
JjgJIp sections and each one to be in
charge of a resident
lit Praise of Chamberlains
Cough Remedy
Jhereisno other medicine
no man
ufactured that has received so much
praise and so man expressions o f
gratitude as Chamberlains Cough
Remedy It is effective and prompt
relief follows its use Grateful par
ents everJwhere do not hesitate to
testify to its merits for the benefit
of others It is a certain cure for
croup and will prevent the attack if
given at the first appearance of the
disease It is especially adapted to
children as it is pleasant to take and
contains nothing injurious Mr E
Humphreys a well known resident
and clerk in the store of M E Lock
of Alice Cape Colony S F says
I have used Chamberlains Cough
Remedy to ward off croup and colds j
in my family I found it to be very
satisfactory and it gives me pleasure
to recommend it For sale by L
L Elgin and Anderson Fowler
uptodate druggist at Hopkinsville
Lexington viaduct fortyyear 4
per cent bonds to the value of 27
000 have been sold at a premium of
139590Coughing
Coughing Spell Caused Death
Harry Duckwell aged 25 years
choked to death early yesterday
morning at his home in the presence
of his wife and child He contract
ed a slight cold a few days ago and
paid but little attention to it Yes
terday morning he was seized with a
fit of coughing which continued for
some time His wife sent for a physi
cian but before he could arrive
another coughing spell came on ana
Duckwell died from suffocation
St Louis Globe Democrat Dec 1st
1901 Ballards Horehound Syrup would
have saved him 25c 50c and 100
Sold by Cook and Higgins
John Schmitz in his will just pro
bated referred to himself several
times in the document as Mr
Schmitz and signed it that way
Remarkable Cure
I was much afflicted with sciatica
writes Ed C Nud Iowaville
Sedgwick Co Kan going about on
crutches and suffering deal of pain
I was induced to try Ballards Snow
Liniment which relieved me
I used three 50c bottles It is the
greatest liniment I ever used have
recommended it to a number of per
sons all expresss themselves as being I
benefited by it I now walk without
crutches able to perform a great
deal of light labor on the farm25c
50c and 100 Sold by Cook andI
Higgins
Robert Worsham Lexington lad
instantly killed in an elevator shaft
Heavy weights struck him breaking I
his neck
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CASTORIAFor I
For Infants and ChildrenI
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tits
Signatory of
SignatttreetSawmills
Sawmills at Ford Clark county
closed because of a scarcity of logs
Eczema scald head hivesitchi
ness of the skin of any sort instantly
relieved permanently cured Doan s 1
Ointment At any drug store
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PROTECTING SWITZERLAND
Sympathy for Beautiful landscape
f Oauses UprOAr at Its Disfigure
S mcnfc Ijy Bridges
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4 A correspondent writing from
urlch says Ve have already
reported soiUD irae ago bow the
indignation NtMthe endangering
or disflguriwl Hf the beauties of
the Swiss lanm gapes is becoming
general thrdaout tho country
Many a splendid Alpine scene has
suffered through the construction
of inartistic iron bridges but most
especially frpf the building of
rough and ugly industrial fac
tories which airS often very exten
sive Formerly this was consid
ered to be an unfortunate neces
sity but now it is recognized that
it is urgently necessary in putting
up such structures to pay due re
gard to the natural scenery and
further that even the most mod
est of useful buildings should be
arranged with good taste and tact
to harmonise with lh natural pic
ture The entirely barbarous
recklessness with which the mod
ern spirit treats the venerable
beauties of nature may be seen
from the desolate appearance of
the modern business advertise
ment which is spread broadcast
over places presenting the great
est manifestations oi nature dis
figuring them with sordid lauda
tions of cocoa or liquors The in
dignation over such displays has
finally led to the men and societies
that are determined to preserve
the beauties in a Swiss Union for
the Protection of the Home and
Country The union will be con
stituted at Berne and it is special
ly pointed out that it will in no
way act in opposition to modern
needs but that it will only fight
against the modern utilitarian
standpoint and demand that mod
ern requirements must be satisfied
without esthetically damaging
the landscape Further consider
anon shows too that this so
called utilitarian standpoint
standpointo
tremely unpractical for if a land
scape is once disfigured not only
do the inhabitants suffer in health
and psychic equilibrium but the
stream of tourists naturally also
avoid it and there is a consider
able loss of income affecting near
ly all sections of the population
HAD A CARPET PLAYGROUND
Auctioneer Stretches Fabric on Side
4walk and Children Romp Over
It in Gleeful Fashion
It is not often that Tenth av
enue children get a chance to romp
on velvet carpets That oppor
tunity was afforded them the
other day by an auctioneer of the
neighborhood says the New York
carpetd
that mjdp you feel as though you
wasa
stretched far a distance of 20 feet
on the sidewalk in front of the
thered
for more than two hours Upon
first appearance passersby in
clined to turn out and take the
street for fear of soiling it but as
the minutes passed and nobody
connected with the establish
ment interfered the timid grew
bolder and dared to tread upon
the carpet
They went about it half fear
fully at the start First one foot
was set down tiptoe then the
other followed in the same tenta
tive fashion Presently the sole
of the shoe was allowed to touch
the delectable meshes and by and
byanllby
by the heel descended After that
the trespassers grew brave and
marched right across the patoh of
velvet as brazenly as if they had
been used to carpets three inches
thick all their lives
But it was the children who got
the most enjoyment out of the lux
ury They swarmed to the spot
from adjacent blocks and turned
somersaults and played leapfrog
till it seemed as if their whole in
ternal composition would be per
manently turned upside down
Before that calamity took place
however two men came out of the
store and hauled the carpet in
Why they had paved the sidewalk
with it so long was then and still
Is a mystery °
Hot Necessary
NecessaryMaud received an
a ffe I of marriage which came by
post this morning He said his
love for me was very great but
that his income was small
Mar Je What a pity Whom
was it from
I really did not notice That
was enough Chicago Journal
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Paducah 925 am
Cairo 1125 a m
St Louis 515 p m
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Henderson600 p m
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Arrive Louisville 750 a m
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