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I TilE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT t EO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS X100 In Advance- YOL XXVII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH I91904 NO 28 1 t R 0 ST CLAIR ST KY SrATE O TION CALLED The Republican State Committee met in Louisville Wednesday last and called State Cunvention to send to the National Convention Chicago to meet in Louisville Tuesday May 3d The ratio of f be one delegate for each 100 cast for McKinley for President 1900 Under this rule county will have 19 repre It is generally conceded that W O lirndlpy Hofi John and Col Uoo W Lung as three of the four The fourth gate will have to make a run for A household necessity I Thomas Kcketrio Oil burns cuts wounds of any curs sore throat croup asthma never fails 3 LETTERS The following is the list of letters for thouoek Jug March 19 1004 Booty N Brown Miss Sallie Gal vert James M Calvert J H Combs R R Dully Martin Fisher M B S Co Gardner Susie Hardin C H Harroil Riley Hunter Addle Keely Blanche MoKinney Miss Kallio Madison Abraham Mason Mrs Ella JiastIn Minnie F Matthews Sum Pat ton A H Pavton lossio 1 Porter Cura- qulnlan Dan 111 Quire Walker Ray E B Mr J C S Stewart Beece 2 Subers Emile Wn nol Mrs IJFWalter Stephen Wart Airs Louianu Wesley Charles Wilburn Sam Williams Visa Joanna Witt Miss Minnie B When calling fur any of these ters plense say advertised E M DRAKE ARNICA h Has worldwide fnine for lous cures It stir yes any salve lotion intui7BL or balm r Cuts Corns Burns iioils Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Fever Sores Chapped Hands for Cure Only 25 all druggists r New spring styles of these faultless fitting boots received this week Yici Kid and Ideal Kid Leathers in a va riety of at one price 3OOI IK1 McCLURE SON 1214 FRANKFORT 1Yerlos 4vertisel REPUBLICAN egatesatlarge BUCKLENS ADVERTISED guaranteed representation MjI stylesall JAXArlIONIREVENUE AND COUIIlrBEv The committee appointed to ren the revenue and taxation laws the interim between the ses of the Legislature just closed the next session of that body of Senators Cammaok Hickman Bool e s fled Cox met on Wednesday and organized by the election Mr Chas M Lewis the versa and able exeditor of Shelby as the Secretary Mr Lewis fill the position with ability ld credit to himself and benefit to State Wo congratulate him his selection When Weary of Lifo and all IN scenes11 thorn every t VOlt need a digestive tonic lherHHJ nothing that will pnt hlno hoforn a mans eyes quicker thanI indigestion Take Walthers p JItonied Porturic of the good digestive tonics Simply port wine and pepsin both of which YOI1lI physician will toil you are invalua bin to the digestion Patent medicines of unknown for mula are dangerous to experiment with Walthors Peptoni1ed Port will do the work if anything willIYou can got it of J W Gayle druggist Small size f 0 cents large si1oI loc U S DISTRICT COURT The U S District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky opened the spring term at the Cus tom House on Monday morning t 10HU oclock The criminal locket was disposed- of by Wednesday evening and civil docket was commenced is probable that tho latter docket will occupy lie time of the court until the last of next weak CONVENTION CALLED lhe Democratic Appellate District Committee mot in this city Tuesday last and called a conven tion to a nominate candidate for Appellate Judge to uncut in Lexing ton on Thursday August 4th Carroll and Saufioy mon and cart led their proposition BUYS A FARM Mr Jos B Wood has purchased from Mr Howard Buick his farm of about tau acres on the Georgetown turnpike three miles from city and will take possession 1strlhe price paid is said to bo good though private FORMER FRANKFORT LADY DIES Tim sad news was received in this city on Monday of the sudden death of Mrs Louise M Woods of widow of Cipt Geo M Woods formerly of this city at her home No 5152 Maple Ave St Louis MoMrs Woods was the daughter of Mr H K Wnodson of this county and in early life was married to of Cipt Woods and they raised a lrge family of handsome sons and bof autiful daughters She was a very handsome and stately lady and had many warm to friends in this city who will sincerely mourn her death side Mrs Woods was a member of the First Presbyterian Church the The remains were brought lucre on Wednesday morning on the C S O train and the funeral and bur ial took place from the Cemetery Chapel Rev Dr J McClusky Blay ney her former pastor conducting the services a Mrs Woods leaves five sons W K Wm C George M Henry and Samuel Woods three daughters Mrs Thos H Bradley Mrs C D Bercaw and Miss Emily Woods hreo brothers D Meade J E P George M and Leo A Woolson and one sister Mrs Jno M Cole man beside a host of other rel aives and friends to mnurn her de purturet1FEARFUL ODDS AGAINST HIM Bedridden alone and destitute Such in hrief was the condition of an old soldier by namn of J J Ha Versailles O For years he was troubled with Kidney disease neither motors nor medicines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Rest on earth for Liver 1ldne troubles and all forms of Stomach and Hotel Complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by drug gists TO THE WOMEN OF KENTUCKY Louisville March R 19D4 rKfllltllolWorlds Fair is now ready to receive for display in the Kentucky Building needle work ai d artistic manufactures made by the women of the State T beautify the New Kentucky Home theiv is needed finishing touches that can only given by the hands of thu wives laughter of Kentucky The pride and interest of every Ken tucky woman should be stirred to nabln us to make the building 0Antiques work of every kind modern needln weak in rill its brunches Hen work drawn work crochet knitting bead work hceiand runny more varieties are re a quested Samples of past years homemade quilts blankets tcIthe products of the loom and runty other specimens are desired Sold thu host work you have on hand not to exceed five pieces Uelics of past years owned h Kentuckians ard souvenirs of terest of all varieties every source are wanted Alltx1 IIsertJlIMark your work with a card upon which your name and address rite written and if for stile lulltllhurtHone from April Ii to December 1st and Lain nut be returned to you nor delivered to your under until after the latter date See that your work is carefully packed and ship pod to Womans Department Ken tacky Worlds Fair Commission Haldoman vrart houso Louisville 111WI will pay the freight hot h ways us bill of lading upon shipment All shipments should reach Louisville not later thus March 125th The supeiintondent will cheerfully answer any letters upon KIedupon Now let the women of Kentucky come forward and show their sister States that wo are as far ahead in this kind of work as any other State in the Union Respectfully MRS W1 BUn K CA ROlHERS heSuperintelldulltS hope to every 1thin sent in but if too much il received that not used will be returned 1DEArHOn Sunda oclock a Miss Virgio Barbour aged 18 years with several little children- of Mr Hurry Barbour were crossing what is known as the It Gainoy Bridge on the L k N R R some five miles from this city when a heavily loaded freight train the C S O came rushing along down grade As soon as the train men saw the people on the bridge they whistled down breaks and did all they could avoid an accident The children got safely to one of the track and bridge when Miss Barbour attempted to cross to same side with the children they bung under her care she slipped and fell across the track almost directly in front of the en gineHer body was cut in two and the remains strewn along the track for hundred yards before the heavy train could be stopped The children were unhurt Coroner L S Graham was summoned and went to the scene The remains were gathered up and brought to his undertaking establishment where they were prepared for burial An inquest was held and a ver dict rendered in accordance with facts- NOTED WOMAN GOES AT CALL OF DEATH Mrs Margaret Todd news ot whoso impending leant wc told in yoterdays issue of the Commercial Tribune passed away yesterday morning at the Forest House Daytona Fla Mrs Kellogg being the sister of Mrs Abraham Lincoln was during the war rind for some years thereat tel prominently known by the statesmen of that time and there still are statesmen who remember her personally as a woman of rare beauty matched by sweetness and force of character In social circles of the capital and during the days of the Rebellion in the affairs of the Nation Mrs Kellogg took prominent part lhe laughter of Robert Todd of Lexington she was born eighty r ago From girlhood she was as a typical Kentucky who had as admirers many jnon who afterwards become famous in the affairs of the country III 1S4T five years after the mar riage of her sister Mary to Abraham Lincoln she wedded Charles- H Kellogcr of this city Cincinnati was Mrs Kello gs home thereafter for a period of more than half a century During Mr and Mrs Lincolns residence at Springfield Ill when tje first American was be ginning to ascend the ladder of fauna Mrs Kellogg was a frequent visitor at tine Lincoln homo Afterward many times she vis at the White House becoming loader in Washington society Mrs Kellogg was alvays a favor with President Lincoln and many state secrets were confided to her while it is not Improbable her ad rite was sought and followed in important affairs iVRt D ctMiber owing to failing Mrs Kellogg was taken to Daytona Fin She failed steadily until the end Two sons fluid three daughters survive her They Tire Merles H Kellogg of this city Frank P Kellogg of Chioato Mrs R C Thompson Mrs Percy Dawson and Miss Min uio Kellogg IlexingtonIWo take the above from the Cin cinnati Commercial Tribune of Monday March 14th We knew Mrs Kellogg in our boyhood days She wits an elegant handsome and accomplished Ken tucky lady She was a half sister of Mrs Ben Hardin Helm of Eliabethtown and an aunt of Mrs Waller H Lewis of Wood lake this county S APPOINTED Mr Thos R Wiard of this city has been appointed Adams Express Agent on the F d C railroadvice Tinsloy resigned I owe my whole life to Burdock Blood Bitters Scrofulous sores covered my body I seemed boo yond cure B B B has made m a perfectly well woman Mrs Chas Hutton Berville inchr d f t Our Openings Was a Complete Success istantlymost desirable goods Ladiesi AndICllildIensISupplies a- Specialty A the newest not el ties at the lowestIprices consistent with their valuesICome and see us be fore purchasing 1 CIUQIR Bio 41 43 ST CLAIR BRIDGEAUSTRALIASIR J Mr George Smith of Louisville who is well known in Owensboro i ml hats relatives living hers seems to have scored a decided success as n violinist in Australia where ho is now touring The Wet Australia published at Perth Aus malta in the issue of January 4 aliened the following grateful criti cism of hits work Mr Goorgo Smith an American violinist and his company ap peared lust evening at thin Royal theatre before a largo und onthusi istic lenet1ii Mr Smith is the of the grant test virtuosos of the ire his tono is simply marvelous while his bowing either in pope lar or classic music is iacorn para ale When time throe instruments 3f his company Lire harmonizing an fleet is produced that can trot bo lesuribect in words it must bo hoard for one to h nt the slightest jonception of its power and beauty oileot is entrancing and- utthrnllingOwotrsbo1o Messen tor LEFl FOR AILANIA 1 U S Deputy Marshall Rousseau Prue accompanied by Mr Gee LfJarnos special bailiff took jogroes to Atlanta on Friday who Ithonatures remedy for coughs colds tt nonary diseases of every sort odol Dyspepsia Cure dIDigests what you eat i PER5ONALIIr cah was in the city this wook Judo Torn II Morton of Lexington was here this week Maj E W Howe 7Mi P S Infantry was in tho city this week Mr D L Mori wether of Louis ville was in thu city Thursday Miss Eva Maeklin of Lexington was a visitor hero this week Hon Elijah G Sobreo of Hen derson was in the city this week Rev Tno H liurdin of Mt Eden was In the city this week Rev Win Crowo and wife have gone to Now Orleans La for n short visit Sheriff A G JeiYoni who has been in Oklahoma Territory has returned home Mrs A G Tellers who was called to Louisville by the death of a relative has returned home Mr W H Edwards jr of Wood ford county served as a juror in the U S Court this week lDeput Collector Chits O Rey nolds of Lexington was in the city Thursday Mr C W Merchant Jr and wife have returned from a visit to Lox ington Mr Chn8T Clark the noted architect of Louisville was here WednesdayRev T S Major returned Wednesday night from a visit to Cincinnati Miss Benlah Martin who has been visiting in Louisville has re turned home Hon Lillard H Carter of Law renceburp was in the city on Monday and culled on us Tudge Ben V Smith of Somerset was in the city on Monday and called on us Mr Chas M Lewis of Shelby vlllo was in to see the lying hours of the Legislature- Mr Hugh Rodman of Prosise Tenn was the guest of relatives here this week Miss CMiristine Bradley of Louis ville who has been the guest of friends here has returned home Mrs Martha Adams went to Louisville on Monday to be gxrtie all week Judge H Clay Howard of Paris was in attendance upon the courts here this week Mr Egbert C Stephens and wife who have been in New York City have returned home MrsO B Demarcp who has been visiting friends in Lexington has returned home Mr Frank Thompson who has been in Berea has returned homer to remain Miss Ida Poindexter has returned from a visit to her old home at Switzer J udge Roland C Burns of Cat Idttsburg was iii the city on busi ness in the courts Thursday Mr John D OConnor of Knox villp Tenn was a visitor at his r old home in this city tills week Mrs Ai W Slack has returned from a visit to friends in Georgetown Mrs r W Parrish and daughter Elizabeth of Midway were guests of friends here this week Mrs 1 R Savage of Winchester is the guest of Miss Maude White bend Hon G Allison Holland of Eminenie was in the city on Mon 4 day and made us a pleasant call f Col Sam J Shackelford I wife have gone to Hot Springs Ark to be gone several weeks Mr Ralph R Wilson wife and son have gone to Falmouth Ky to visit relatives for a few daysl versalljlestMrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale is the of her son Mr W S Farmer Second street j Hon Jno n Carroll of New Castle has been in the city r week looking after his fences the Appellate Judgeship race 1 Rev T F Taliaferro and wife have gone to Jacksonville and Or if lands Fin to spend tho months of March and April with relatives ludge Ira Julian wont to Coving ton to sit as Special Ircuit Judge in some cases in which the regular could not sit this week tljudgoMr Wm C Woods Mr Sam Woods r and Miss Emily Woods of St Louis Mo came here onWednesday with j the remains of their mother Ohmday to attend the funeral of her mother Mrs IJM Woods Mrs Ohm D Borcaw of George town was willed hero on Wednes day to nttond time burial of her mother Mrs L M Woods Judge Jas H Polsgrove and Judge Jas H Haolrigir went to Mt Sterling a business trip on l ThursdayMr A Hull wio was called to Nelson county by the death of his father has returned homo ItJJ Eisrrt Miss Mary P Lewis of Woodlako visited the fancily of her kinsman Mr Malcolm Thompson at Pn lIes depot this week- Mirslfollio Smither of Louisville who was nailed hero h v the death of her father Mr Wm HoclI ensmith has returned home Mr J H Hockensmith of 11 atur Alit who was called hero mlHIlIenlector from Carlisle was in the city this week in attendance upon the U S Court Maj W1 Soit of West Liberty Deputy U S Collector was in attendance upon the U S Court here this week Mr Alox T Lewis who has been the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis returned to State College on Monday Mr Robert K Dooley who has been in Richmond Tad for the big lumber firm of W J Roberts Co has returned home Hon W Preston Kimball of Lexington candidate for the Demo crntie nomination for Congress was here on Monday Mrs Susan Quinn of Georgetown who hiss been the guest other brotheiinlaw Col W S De honey has returned home Mrs Sallie Bailey of Versailles and Mrs Bettie B Higbee of Lex inprton are iruests of their brother inlaw Mr Jas M Saffell Mrs O Wendell Long of St Louis Mo who has been the guest of her sister Mrs B G Graham has returned home Mrs Katie Tiptou of Mt Ster ling was the guest of her sister Mrs E C ORear Fourth Avenue this week Mrs T B Lewis and Miss Acmes MoKee of Woodford county spout Saturday here the guests of Miss Margaret A Lewis Mrs Geo A Lewis who has been the guest of her sister Mrs N M Crutcher at Duckers has returned home Mrs Geo W Long of Talequah Indian Territory who has been the guest of her sister Mrs L B Longmoor has returned home Mrs M B Adams and sons Mar shall and Chins D left Wednesday for Mason county to visit her pa rents Mr A K Marshall and wife Mr W S Farmer and son Mr Cecil returned Saturday from New York City where they bought a beautiful stock of spring goods for their big store Mr Gavin C Morris of Paint Rock Penn who has been visiting his parents Col Richard Morris and wife has returned home While here he was made an Elk Messrs W F and W H Hocken smith of Louisville who were called here by the death of their father Mr Wm Hockensmith have returned home Hon G Thos Hawkins of Pike county one of the shrewdest and best posted members of the House of Representatives loft for his homo on Wednesday Mrs D H Milliken and Miss Lilian Thompson of Howling Green who have been guests of Mrs Win Cromwell have returned home Miss Nola Town who hits been visiting relatives in Southern Ken tucky has returned house and is with hor sister Mrs W S Morris Murray street Mr Tom Wallace on the editorial stall of the Louisville Herald and several companions came up from Louisville in an Thurs day morning arriving hero before 7 oclock 1Rev C J Nugent who has been in New Oi leans La with his sick wife lugs returned home Ho re ports his wife greatly improved She remain in thu South with relatives for a while yet hisIprotraute11 monia has been forced to to Colorado for a rest Dr E C Roemolu will have charge of Dr Wallaces practice in his absence iifl Jason M Case and fnmll have moved into the late rosidlnco- IIf Mrs Mary Heifnur deceased corner Madison and Broadway and they have rented their former resi doiico on Broadway to Capt Mat Madagan a valued employe at the local penitentiary Mr Sum S Clay df Paris n former citizen of this county and well known to the older citizens letVasaCourt this week Mr Clay was very elllcient revenue ofllcer a good many years ago under Collectors Kelly Bowman fled Swope SLIGHTLY INJURED 0111thesevere fall bruising herself consid erably She was taken home in a carriage and her injuries attended by Hi U V Williams Spring Opening Wednesday and Thursday March 2324- F J HEENEY Ji J Jf I i stN i14St I I I 1 i FOR SALE BY M A SELBE RT LEADING i JEWELERI I HAND BADLY INJURED While at work as miller at the T E M Milling Cos plant on Thursday Mr R E Wardhaugh was so unfortunate as to have his right 3 hand caught in time ma chinery One linger was cut oft and another badly Injured Surgical attention was at once ren dered He will be disabled for some time ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all per sons having claims against time es tate of Harvey Scott deceased to present them properly proven as required by law to the undersigned administrator on or before March 20 HIM or time same will be barred All persons knowing themselves indebted to said decedent are noti fied to come forward and settlo their indebtednessZACK CHURCH Administrator of Harvey Scott de ceased Feb 20lm THE NAME WITCH HAZEL The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chi cago are the inventors of the orig inal only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain euro for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Totter Piles etc There are many coun terfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C Do Witt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by J W Gayle NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Fannie E Farmers udmr 1tI1111 v E Farmers luirs Defendants All persons having claims atfiiinHt the ustato of E Farmer dvcuuscd arc hereby notified to appear b foro mo and provo their or to present Miinetotno proven us required by law on or before April By order court W HPOSKY Master Com F C C M2t FOR SALE A surrey Almost new Apply to JAS W WHITEHO USE 12tf U Silver Plate that Wears It Your SoousForks fection In durability beauty of design and brilliancy of finish If they are selected from pat terns stamped 1847 RogersBros Remember 1847take no sub Rogersbutmerit and value Identified with the original genuinefade Internallonal Hirer Cu8ucceiK Co Sold by leading dealers V everywhere FOR SALE BY III B SELBERT Leading Jeweler t i J b JL t When you dont tool rightare not IsiPeptonixod Port It is just a good common sense tonic that works in a natural iiat- yIt is simply a combination of pure pepsin naturos own digestive tonicIgoodIf it doesnt do the work you need a doctor Jf you are not in need of a doctor It will do thework Do not experiment with patent nostrums of mysterious makeup youknewby T W Gayle druggist Small size 50 cents large size 100Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 ITrees by the million Ornamental Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb GrnpevlneHI and everything for and Garden No berry and general catalogue on ap plication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar 12- 3mNOTICE All persons having claims against tho estate of S P Moore are re properlyJett on or before three months from this date Persons indebted to said estate promptlyF Assignee of S P Moore February 22 1904 25lin STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIES The ladies of tho First Presby terian Church will give early in the season one of their delightful IIn1InrlSnvoGet the HENDERRON ROUTE Habit on your trip to ST LOUIS Roundtrip Rates From Louisville on Account of the Worlds Fair Season Tickets 15100 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Lich it December 15 Blot Sixty Day Tickets 1100Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Lim itGU days Ton Day Tickets 100u Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Lim itill days including date of sale Special Coach Exons 700 Dates Smile to be announced later LhnitG days including date of sale Conch Excursion Tickets are not good in Sleepers neither will they ho good for the chucking of Bag gage FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IF YOUll TICKET TilE POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE AllY CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK usIGKO L GAUUEXT Traveling Passr Agt E M City Passr Agt L J IUWIN General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY Dr E IIrhysicianOilico and residence over Weitzel ODonnell Mi in St 27fin IOu r Guarantee Wo guarantee absolute satisfaction when you buy I J E M Flour and if for any reason it does not suit you you can money bock Your grocer sells it with this understanding If we could gunrnnteeI Sold only by grocers and made only by the j E in niiiiing GO SOmE womANfFRom THIS COUNTY WILL GO ro THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS ON A FREE TRIP AT THE EXPENSEOF CINCINNATI COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE This well known nnd great new paperJwill send ISO women on u special train for a two weeks tour and renders of the Daily and Sunday Cincinnati Commercial Tribune and Cincinnati Weekly Gazette in this county will select a guest to repre sent us ANY WOMAN CAN GO For particulars read a copy of the Com mercial Tribune or write for blanks and further information to THE WORLDS TOUR EDITOR Care CommercialTribuneCincinnati Liarks t Sidney iI JGuaranteed for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and ono box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder TrouLJe Removes Gravel cures andISent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle DrugStoresFrankfort Ky IMny 2ly Ti a i u Ei i s D JOHNSON CO Offer their Beautiful stock oft fl I French Hand Embroidered Underwear At a Discount of 20 per cent New Goods Arriving Daily A Discount of 10 per cent given on all cash sales from now until April 1st KILLTHI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS 1WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryIFOR CONSUMPTION B0c100 Price II Free Trial 10L 1IRELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHUBCH Bev A B Chinn r ReotorI monoISermonSundayschool at 930 a m Lenten services Tuesday and Thursday at 4 p m Wednesday evening at75JO Even P ing Prayer and Lecture At 780 Friday evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool lesson Everybody cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH r i Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m t Night suhjoct The Lust for Gold i Th night topic is the fifth in the i series of sermons on the general subject Christ Crucified and the Forces of Modern Life1 Sundayschool at 945 a m in Ohapoli and Bible ClassTaught by Mr S E Hut f ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to joluIBaptist Young Peoples Union will meet ntf30 p in in the chapel olLderIsluI Locke Tupiu Is Coneci nce a sum i dent Guide for Human Conduct t on Wednesday tPrayermeeting oclock in the I olmpel fJ Visitors nnd everybody in the j city cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN JHURCHR e v I George Darsie the Pastor being absent Rev F1 Rains of Cin cinnati will preach at 11 a m and 780 Sundayschool at 980 in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock in the chapel Loader Irene Mattorn Topic Little Things That Christ Makes Great- Prayermeeting Wednesday even lug at 780 in the chapel rloplcrlhti Ceaseless Battle With Intemperance The Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 2580 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to 1attend those services and especially strangers in the city SO UTHERN PRFSRYTERIAN- CHURCHHev Win rowe the pastor buing thirdburuh will be no service at morning or eveningSundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night 780Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Bov Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoClusky Blaynoy 33 D the Pastor will 11 a m and 780 p m yaCIHI6tian Society will ii in the Sundayschool 1room Ji iJf l Prayprmoeting Wednesday night at 780 m The public cordially invited to attendMETHODIST CHURCH Rov C J Nugent the pastor havinj returned home will preach at nIm and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Epworth League will meet it Ladles Parlor at 7 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y M 0 AThere will be meetings at the Y M C A on Sunda afternoon for boys at 280 and for at 880 All boys and mon are invited U DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today 1I That is the terse advice we want to give you about that lacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to dnyand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been In use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its use for a few days will oontiuuelI completely No matter seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure na it has done before in thousands apparently hopescases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size Too Ai all druglgsts 1 yr Spring Opening Wednesday anti Thursday March 2324 F J HEEWEY MARRIEDSTIGERSALLISONAn nouncement is mndp that the marriage of Miss DuEtta Allison tc Mr Allen Stigors will take place the sixth of April atMt Zion Chris tian Church at five oclock Mr Stigprs is an uptodate oung farmer of Switzer while the bride tobe is the oldest daughter of Mr Ezra Allison and wife cold one ol the Franklin county teachers SMITHWATTSAt the County Judges office on Tuesday Mr John Smith and Miss 3lattie Watts of the Cedar Run neighborhood were married by Judge Jas H Polsgrovo WANTED Special Representative in this jotinty und adjoining t to represent und advertise an old os ablishod business house of solid iiwnoial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses paid oael Monday by chock fleet from head quarters Expenses advanced position permanent Wo furnish everything Address Tho Colum bin 030 Monon BIdg Chicago 11- 124tir DO YOU WAN1 STRENGTH If you want to increase your trength you must add to and not take front the physical In other vords tho rood that you eat must be digested assimilated und np prc l riate1 by the nerves blood and lssuos before being expelled from YNpersiBCurestrength tdand up strength in tho human system It is pleas ant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestantn that digest the food und enable the system to appropriate all of its health and strengthgiving qual ities Sold by all druggists i l1it1ij JlJJ BIRTHS ROBERTS Tn this city on yes terday to Mr Win A Roberts and wife twins a boy and girl WILBURMACK CO ALL NEXT WEEK The popular favorite WilburMac Co will play a solid weeks engagement at the Capital Theatre be ginning on Monday March 21 and will appear in a fine list of comedy dramas and legitimate comedy their opening bill being the great comedy drama Under a Shadow a play that will please all classes of the theatregoers with Wilbur Mack in the title role of Jim Cobbaud supported by a first class company of metropolitan artists among which are the follow ing Thomas A Sullivan Harry Keofer Edmund Paul Ben Howe Fred Closser Wm Stanford Chas Phllbrook Robert Cotton Ames Bruce Virginia Duncan Sullivan Normn Y eager and Bessie Belle Miller Their list of highclass plays includes the following Under ti Shadow In Old Vir JtlniaU A Gay Bachelor Shadow of Greater New York A Prisoner of WtrDear Irish jRenrtUThe County Judge etc are within reach of nil 10 20 and 30 cents Ladies will be admitted free on the opening night only when accompanied by party holding a paid 30 cent ticket but must be reserved before 6 po in Matinee Saturday BEAUTIFUL EXHIBIT The exhibit ti bo made by the High Sihorftsif tnis city at the St Louis Worlds hair was completed tills week and will bo shipped to that city at once It is beautifulII display and reflects great credit both upon the scholars and upon their instructors GOOD SPIRITS IGnnd spirits don t all conic from their main source is the liver and all the tine spirits lover made in the ill u0 Gra s Slat could not remedy had liver or thlj humlredaudOiio ill Hoots it pro duces You cant have good spirits nnd a Mitt liver at the Same time Your liver must he in hue condi tion if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful hrlsrbt of eye light ot step vigorous and sucness ful iu your pursuits You clan hilt your liver in line condition by using Greens Auuust Flower tho greatest of nil medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain euro tot dyspepsia or imliuostinn It has leer a housohold remedy for nverthirtyfiveyr11r5 August Flower will make your liver healthy Innd active and thus insure you at liberal supply of good Trial size Jou regular bottles ifiul At all druggists lyr IOAS r Gq tIABears the Signature of FREE TB A L TR E A TM ENT showing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sont on re Confidential correspondence especially with physicians cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etc MANHATTAN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway New York City L o 1i Stomach Troubles curedDJYSPEPJIACURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of MrsWW Lay Nevada 0 was ter of Hilliard cured by Kodol 1 Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected I the use of his heart Kodol KODOL JHlulWlmY uE l For sale by J W Gnyle druggist WANTED FiTly young ladies to work at tin Frankfurt Shoe Co Apply at the office 7tf Attention Farmers WE ARE READY TO SUPPLY YOU WI- THTOBACCO CANVASS IV hun a largo stock of 01111i vaultWI DRY GOODS- CHINAWARE 315 Broadway Opposite the Capitol at 4L i i ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Yew Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave StILouis nnd Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 pm arriving at Havana Monday morning Roundtrip and oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West ladies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder i Sendtthe Illinois Central R R for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cull fornia via the Illinois Central and yew Orleans under the auspices of Raymond c Whitcomb will leave t Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Orleans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Fri day March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in ii every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in eiTcct Double daily service and fast stoamheated vosti bule trains with through sleeping cars butletlibrarysmoking liar servino and all meals on route in dining ears Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- GULFPORT MISS atror- en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and telephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying slooping and buffetlibrary oars with a single change on samn train en iouto at Memphis into thronch sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping aCarrice via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of Iroalth and pleasure resorts FULL PA RliCU14A115cConcerning all of the above can bo had of agents of tho Illinois Cen tral or by addressing tho nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HAR1 LOW D P Louisville A J MoDOUCiAIiU D P A Now Orleans A H HANSON G PA iuitgoJNOMemphis Dr Cads foiidiUon owners are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle anc1 LeCompte Gay- st d L TneFranHoiiBoiiiHiaDout Entered at the nwtnl1ii at Frankfort Ken tuckl assecondela inailabk1 matter = = ==OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 19 1903 THE LEGISLATURE On Tuesday night last this hotly Iwound up its business and passed into history Irakoit nil In all the personal of this Legislature was rather above the usual standard While there Iewere very few men of superior ability the average of in character was better than for ninny years Quite a number of very objection able measures with illconcealed Kraft in their provisions were in troduced but to their credit be it said few of them became laws For their mood hard sense in set tling unanimously the long and costly contest over the capitol question they are deserving of all praise Whatever faults and errors Frankfort people tiny have seen in some of their doings the good accruing from this measure will cause them to be held in grateful remem brance There worn however one or Itwo things in which we think they t showed poor economy and partis anship run to seed In the last days of the session notwithstanding the urgent neces sity for a liberal appropriation tin- a fit of unustifiablo parsimony they cut down the appropriation for the State College from 75000to5000 and yet on the heel of it appro priated 20001 to erect a monument upon the public grounds which cannot fail to be a source of offense and irritation to more than half of the people of this State Again they refused to appropri ate a small sum towards the re pairs to the Clay statute rendered necessary by the damage done by a stroke of lightning repairImnt over the remains of President Taylor barely pulled through by the skin of its teeth while that to repair the Daniel Buono monument failed of passage altogether A good bill which became n law almost at the last is one to remedy- a crying evil which is a source of great annoyance and expense to Common carriers in the custom of abstracting portions of the contents of packages being transported by them We realize the fact that no Legis lature is perfect and only call attention to u few of these mutters winch are as flies iu the oint- mentR of a generally speaking good Legislature An ether remarkable and creditable fact is that there was not a drunkard among them and but very few were under the influence of liquor to any appreciable extent during the entire session We congratulate time people of tho State upon these facts j RESULTS rlELTJIt Photo can he no doubt about the results in Frnnfkurt Results ttlll the taioT All doubt is removed Tho testimony of ti Frankfort cit ixcMi Cut ho easily investigated Whitt hotter imjof can hu hud C H UiukPtt night clerk lit tlu f Hotel Flowing Hilmus St says- I was trnutilil fur soar tune with marked symptoms of kidney ri ailment principally In coriiHotion r with the kiilnny smtdintH which ut tines were very annoying and dis r insiing I suv Doans Kidney t Pill ncvlltitf and so highly ms iitnmtMidcd that It wits with hOIlI that they might help mo that I w Mit to J W Guylns drug store and gut a box I used thnn as Ji routMil and und they buiieflttnd Jill iu ovnrv wty n tnitit so tlilitt IMVP recommended them to my friends on wnveral ocrasion nml will do so WIJlHlofHI cin YHI limy refer to inn jir miy time as ingused Downs Kidney Pills witty good results nnd Unite ic may he the tnvmJ iliHviu others wile iniy ho suflirin from the common uumpl line Kiuiey iiMiihlc Fur oali by Jill dealers Jrue wilts FoMrurMilhnrn Co Hnilitln N V solo agents for the United Sinter Ileinemhnr tho name Doans and take no substitute + 00 0 Z Bears Slgnturo cf t A the CZh17l dMltjt ExcessOf Smoking Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me deleteriousthan the excessive use of tobacco Pain and tenderness around the heart an oppressive feeling in the chest choking sensation in the throat discomfort from sleepingon the Ie t side and smothering at hJ when the sufferer to pit up in bed to breathe are heartSmokersdo not understand their meaning should b warned in time by the following experence I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in MilesNervine thedirections Befllrewas so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe s around the heart Many times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeating DrMilesother remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELiJAIIBALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book dreiSDrLAND FIGHT IN CONGRESS Washington lIarchCSpecinI A sharp fight marked the opening of the campaign in Congress to secure the passage of the Quarles bill which proivdes for the repeal of the timber and stone act the commutation clause of the homestead act and the desert land act Sena tor Gibson called the bill up In the Public Lands Committee and moved that the committee report the bill to the Senate The battle was on in an instant the members of the Committee lining up sharply for and against the bill The chairman Senator Hansbrough Immediately assumed vigorous opposition to the consideration of the measure and refused to bring the question to a vote This unprecedented action caused extremely bitter feeling It quickly became apparent that a majority of the committee favored the reporting of the bill These Senators were Bard of California Nelson of Nevada Berry of Ar kansas McLaurin of Mississippi and McEnery of Louisiana Those against the bill were Hnnsbrougli of N Dakota Fulton of Oregon Dubois of Idaho Clark of iWyom ing Kearns of Utah nndGnmblo of S Dakota Several Senators characterized the chairmans position as most unusual arbitrary and unparlia mentary cud Senator Berry threut oiled to take the bill in onto the flour of time Senate explain the anomalous situation of a majority of a committee in favor of report ing a bill but utmblo to do so ask that the coin nlittoo hu discharged and that the bill bn placed liufoto the Semite Such a hitter fight over a strictly nonpartisan measure is regarded as most Kingulu mid it is freely ussorto tint there must hu sonic strong riuLiitivo to warrant mUll in Solus to such unusual lungths inI their Hurts to prevent any action wliiitovor upon or even discussion of a niiusmii rjnjilnd in DUO which will savo tho public lands of tlm west froth private absorption The statement which iintnotllatoly found Its way into circulation that i CVD lu Hltsted h Hun l1I1touoinmittoG is without foundation A majority of the committed favors lliii Qimrlos hill and will undoubt cotllllromiIry in lift Public Linds COlllll1ltI the minority will icing in a rot t vliiuh an out bonutur Hiatuil wi IU nil IHplneJ tu tie Sonuta uld to tho country nil to tint Ipgnlif land frauds and had grubbing pin tiuos now In operation in tho wtfct Status under thost till u kite Ibo matter is to again coino tip- for considoration next vunk and in tho moiintlnio no radical action expected rrp i11f COMMTNICATED Editor Koundabuul liilllil y Illd nit1 span for a short note galling aMcMHlun to tho faut that Non Ij Frank lolinson our HII1tinthin for rolHMion uljtot to tho partyMr lined several responsible jiosiiions nnd alwnys tt ith credit to liiiiisrflf and biiiutit to her constituents During his torte us otinty Attor ney tho now St Clair street bridge lyihas just completed a four years term as a niembpr of the Board of Education and quite a number of improvements have been curried out in nil of which ho was either the originator or cordially assisted in tho work lint the host work he has ever done was in connection with tic ofeproper State buildings He was untiring in his efforts from the podState urging upon the Representa ttbsoen success of meas urn Is due to the earnest work of Hun E H Taylor Jr Senator from this district and Mr John son assisted by the Citizens Com mittpp Vo think it duo Mr Johnson that he he endorsed by a reelection CITIZEN OUR FRIENDS THE DRUG GISTS It is a pleasure to testify to the drugIgtstions to the rule it is necessary to caution the public to be on guard against imitations of Perry Davis Painkiller SP that you get the helpfulPninkl11el family before you wore burn Dont bn talked into buying a substitute PerryDavid SEND THEM TO HIM Hon W C Clark the Represent ate from McCracken county whose life was despaired of when he was taken home is rapidly re covering under the careful nursing of his family Mr Clark was a useful and conscientious representa tiveu strong friend of our city If any of our readers have any firstclass white hurley tobacco seed Mr Clark would appreciate it if they would send him a supply as he is unable to obtain thorn at homeDirect Hon W C Clark Padu- cah Ky RUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed Chronic cases H thats what the doctors call them which in common English n1cansIongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can betaken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free sure that tiU pctnre h the form ft a label nn the wrapper of battle of Kinuliioa you luyISCOTT 409 ChemistsI SOc ij9 00 DHOPS nm IT I IIIr AVegetabl As slmitating theToodandRegula- tingtheStomachsandBowe of IMAMS HILDUKN Promotes Di estionCheerru1 nessandRestContalns neither pmmMorpbine nor Mineral NoT NARC OTIC leaya2iS1Mvlrz a tKMJI4 SJJ A Seal Jilwminl lJf Bi Hmtfmlrir for Lion Sour StontachDiarrhoea- WormsConvutsionsYeverish ness and Loss OF StEER TasSimile signature of SoY NEW YORK Alb months ol- dJ5DOSISJ5CIXIS EXACT COPYQF WRAIPEB 1i1 u CASTORIA For Infants and Childreny The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of IA 1The Kindf You Have Always Bought gypsCASTORIA tn 11tVersailles Ky March 1190 L To my friends of Frankfort and Franklin Co Having discontinued my shop at and moved to Versailles I tako this mode ofIthanking you for your kind support and patrontnge I am now connected with the Seller Car riage Company of this place and am better prepared to serve you than ever before This plant has the reputation of building the bestihandmade vehicles in this State besides its painting and repairing departments are second to none All work is guaranteed and once a cus tomer always a customer If your vehicle needs painting or repairing a postal card addressed to the Seller Carriage Company here will bring a represent alive to see you Kospectfully FRANK M DM- rISjsi J r i roo wu HH iiiji1Afl NT Tld- EFRKFORT i r ROUiBBOUT i AND THE LOUISVILLE YEE lt IERALD J Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the iocai home ncws5the other is a necessity because of its supe dor telegraph service embracing the entire world correspondents in the Far East wHit the armies and navies of Ruasa and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 lSend orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky J I I H r Unsurpassed Showing We Aic Now Ready to Show You a Most Complete and Correct Exhibit of Vhat to Wear In Our Every Department Tailor Suits Skirts I Wraps These have received espe I cial attention this spring A n unusually pntty line Ir anti the largest we have ever r ishown Prices right CARPETS r THE MARCH CRITERION The March Criterion is full of its usual wholesome elevornoss and original charm Some capital con tributions are offered iinionjr thorn being The Great American Play wright by Stuart Henry air able discussion of the problems that limit and hinder us from produc- Ing the great American playwright rho Early Life of John Burroughs a sketch of the famous naturalist and nature poet by James Melvin Lee The Dramatic Irobl Opera a critical paper by fathoI 1artlstioadds n new and vital interest to the second of Patrick Vauxs mas terly papers on Ironclads in Action Historic Homos in Washington by Henry U Milne presents brief accounts of some famous old landmarks in the national capitol In A Too Perfect Repose the famous actress and author Clara Morris liaR written a delightfully humorous and piquant account of a personal London experience which will strike a responsive chord in every reader An Outrage in Black and White by Harriett Prescott Spof ord is a study from life in Wash ington and has that characteristic sympathy which the work of this favorite writer always exhibits In the story The Name was Called Marah Juliett Wllbelr Tompkins presents a phase of motherhood calculated to arouse feminine inter est and discussion The power of- a common uplifting emotion is shown in the graphicallydrawn story One Touch of Nature by It Robinson The third install ment of Jeiietto Leos short serial A Poet and A Fool grows In inter est as it progresses Pooms by Clinton Scollard Wallace Irwin Arthur iiiitorman Thoodoslu Garrison Ruth Sterry and Hilton Grew fIno illustrations by well known artists Ouch the usual au thoritativn reviews of tile Intent publications mnko a readable nod valuable numhci fJTCA1rIONiro Fifth AVP Now York City One Dollar a Year Ten Cents a Copy A BOYS WILD HIDE FOR LIFE With family around oxpiiiing him to ilits and a sots riding for HIt IK miles to WIt Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Counts and Colds W H JUown Hr Loosvillt J lid endured deaths agonies from asthma hut this von durlul mudicini gavo Instnnt wHet and Mon turgid him HH writesU I now sloop soundly every night ConsnulpImatchless anent for till Throiit and Lun trouble JiiirjintM toil tles liOn und 100 Trial hull Its trice at ull druggists GOOD FARM FOR SALE farm containing 174 acres of goo land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springs well in thus yard about 15 acres of woodland house of seven moms with cellar an garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdulc and adjoining the lands of Mr J Hostel ler and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office iIj When you buy a Suit Skirt or Waist- Is is a great satisfaction to know it is the right style You have no fears if bought from us w FARMER MOST VALUABLE Paper Started in Many Years Full of Articles of Interest tho Kentucky Farmer and Breeder The Kentucky Farmer and Breed nrof the 10th inst sustains tho high standard sot by tho previous issues of that most valuable paper Among other articles of great in terest there is an account of the famous Grasmero Shorthorn herd of Mr William Warfleld an article on The Kentucky Horse anti Southern Rider by Gen JohnthoI Castleman a list of all the yearold thoroughbreds that have won this year with their sire and darn an article on tho Arabian Horse byLo Sohon an article by John Goff on how to get rid of weeds on tho farm which is full of valuable advice an article by the Hon A W Bascom and others equally as valuable The stand which The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder intends to take in tho sporting world Is well shown by its offer to head a guar antee fund for the race mooting at Lexington with a subscription of five hundred dollars which offer has rendered certain what before was only a hope that there would he a revival of racing at the historic old Kentucky Association track Tho editorial page is up to the high standard which one would expect with the rmrrios of those interested in tho company Taken all in all The Kentucky Farmer and Brooder is tl a most valuable paper which has been started in Kentucky in many years Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Dorms Oint ment never fails Instant relief permanent cure At any drugstore 50 cents THE PRESIDENTS LAND COMMISSION Tho special Public Lands Com mission appointed by tho President operaItioncipal feature of which Is a recent mendation of tho repeal nt the till11 bar itid stone act Tho Commii ton will continue its investigations of tho desert laud law and tho com mutation clause of tho homestead liw Tho retort is signed by W oflthePinchot the Forester of tin De pn1ltnont of Agrimiltnrn and F H Nowtll till head of tho Irrigation Rochimntlon Service CLIMATIC CURES Tho Inn IWIHj of climatic con eill nil in thin euro of consumption is very much overdrawn Tho pour putt nt and the rich patient too can do tiiurli better nt Nettie Iy proper attention to food digestion aunt a regulur use of Gormtin Syrup flee expectoration in tho morning Is iiiadu corttiin hy Gonntin Syrup so is a good nights rest noel the ahsonco of that M aikeiiiug cough wild debilitating ht sweul liest lotdand driiid of the eoiiKiiniptive en ho prevented or stopped hy taking Gorman Syrup lilmntliy and regu youd ho ahln to go to UII will find tInt of the thousands of consumptives there the few who aro benefited regain strength urn tlionn that lund Gorman Syrup Trial bottle regular size 75c At all drug y- rjjjgjjj Dress Goods Silks Occupy a very prominent place this season We have the largest line of exclusive patterns with Trimmings to suit each S IsI THIS is A Presidential Year KE YPOSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY alIIiHENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100A REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL Issues publishedSendmall COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the ROUNDABOUTand COURIERJOURNALjboth 150A111RuborlptionJ bout office C h 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH No21 IN R Lexington bM 6191hrtbyvaleit Louisville 1100 8OC 1Nu NORTH 141 P1 r o7billi 3uneuwe o 16Ik tmvrnr 1018 A Lexttie toe 11161oat CAXCJEPv CU LIED Mr W W iMuketr Smithfield lib writes 10th IfOIa I loci houu suiToring sovcrnl yours with a uiuitior on niy fUll whiuh KIVO mo grunt annoyaimc mid un iKJuraliln iteliinj was using Hal linl s timiw hiniinonc fur n son It l slid through nn ntiidont J rnlihtd somo of the linitnont on the ciinmi and as it gave wo almost instant iwltnf duoidfd to ooniiiiiiH In use tlio liniment on the uuuotr In short darn thu uancor come out my face htalod up and there is nut tho slightest sting left J have iniplhIt faith in tho merits of this pttiparation and it tan nut do too highly ruuuiMinomlod y5 uiiu tiiid 100 Fur calu hy PUll n Wet trel- ti ANTED- Spolal roproppntnlivo in thi county and adjoining torrltoiios Ie- 1tlrIilIt and advertise an old os tHDlishfd husinosK house of solid Iliiiniciitl slanding Salary cekly with t poiisi advaiUHd tiiicli Monday hy Chuck diroet Jrom hoaduartors Horsu and huugy furnished when nnuessary position lionntiiiont Address Blow Bros e1 Co Motion Bldg Chicago III Ht Room size Rugs Are great We have fine showing new patterns BEST AND RUGS ENT nre the three rules which rule thisfin nil seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no reason why we shouldnt and if at any time you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it John Driscoll ft fJt hG t Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods ofall kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquoturt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph eG Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Wines of ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Uj 9101c crpickc Elastic Bookcase end Bosk combined A Cwu Unit vth fe or lestrrdIt t dsi ana tai rca evr mac Rcomy wnvulctiJ a trac bues Call wr or c us sbotit it in demandIa of PRCLS GOODS TREAT Ifhese Frankfort Ky1I Saffells all Red Jacket Cider w t y sOOGLRSSONS showyoaV Y r r jL WIiCIWf fJIrf H rlfNCH8STBRIU These guns are a highclass production at a lowclass price For strong shooting and lasting qualities they are in a class by themselves They are made in 12 and 16 gauge in full cylinder or modified choke for brush and field shooting or full choke for trap and duck shooting They can be taken down instantly without any tools To get the bet results always use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells in these guns as one is made for the other fREE Send for our 160page illustrated catalogue WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN BEATH5I HOCKENSMIPIJqtr W in Houkcnsimth one of our most highly esteemed and best known citizens died at the home of his soiiinlnw Mr P F Thomnson near this city Monday night after a short illness His many friends will regret to hear of his leach although ho lived to till ripe old age of 79 years Funeral services conducted by Rev M B Adams of this city burial at Switzor H MOOREAt his home on Cedar Run on Friday Mr Vm Austin More aged 78 years of la grippe Mr Moore was a highly respected citizen of this county PARKER In this city on Tuesday Miss Katie Parker daughter of tho late Mr Richard Parker aged about 23 years of consump tionpj Parker had been a sufferer with lung trouble for a lout time She was a pretty and loveable girl A devoted member of the church GatholicI She leaves two sisters Sullivan and Miss Deborah and two brothers Messrs Ed J and Richard Parker and a large circle of friends to mourn her un timely death The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Father T S Major from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday and tho re mains laid away in the Catholic cemeteryOALLAHANIn this city on Monday the umlaut daughter of Mi Pat Callahan and wif- eGREENUPin this city on Thursday Mrs Harry Greenup aged nineteen years Mrs Greenup was the daughter of Mr Wesley Hulette of the Ken tuck River Mills She leaves a husband an infant child one brother and four sifters to mourn her untimely end The funeral services wore con ducted by Rev Dr J MuC Blny ney from the homo on Wilkinson t Street yeteril y trcerioon Spring OpeiThg Wednesday and Thursday March F 2324IDr Weavers Syrup utifeethe blood Cerate ointment for the Ma A VICTORY TO BE PROUD OF is the fliwl and absolute wire of a sure tinout in which till soronoss and tenderness have boon spread ing dangerously near tlmsn guard fans of life the lungs The luxury of n sound throat and robust lungs is most keenly enjoyed by people who having suffered all the gun fioqueiices of a little cull you know havo boon rescued front misery and danger by Allens Lunar BalsllmIcf A G 71 i C ASears the CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatie con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor jmtint and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in tho morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so Is a good nights rest and thu i absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Best llIlltoand dread of tie consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking roguItbCHllflttJcllund 25c use regular size 75c Atoll drug gists yr S S 21 n jijji t f jfHfililo Jx j NEW CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE Tho following card was issued by Col E H Taylor Jr on Wednes duty last Frankfort Ky Marsh 10 04 To the People of Franklin County Some days ago during tho active season of tho Legislature con tradicted through tho newspapers a press announcement that I was a candidate to represent Franklin county in the Lower House of th next General Assembly of Ken tl1ck Since then clumged conditions have altered my views regarding the candidacy for Representative and I shall feel highly honored by their support E H TAYLOR JR Col Taylor is one of the most popular men who over lived in this city and deservedly so for he has ever been a factor in all that has looked for the best interests of his cityHis long service in tho City Council and as Mayor were filled with evidences of his watchfulness of the citys best interests an these followed by ono term as Rep resentative and two terms as Sen ator from tills District composed of Franklin MoiXvr mill Anderson eminently fit him for the duties qf tho plaUe lie now seeks The people of this city owe him a debt of gratitulo that can never bo properly discharged JJe has given of his timo his money and ills on orgy to the Capitol Appropriation for many years and at lust huts soon his ib rs crowned with success The nun that beats Colonel Tay lei if ho is beaten which wo seri ously doubt will know that he hits Keen in the rae of his life for it will bo from dead to utnid He submits his claims to thu Demo cratic primary and that of course Cjiitylarsadnnircrs side all time same This makes the third entry in tho Legislative handicap Wo wonder if there are any more horses in training =C sBears 8igaaturo of BoughtZ4 BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown d Lexington Traction Co PnrisIOCHlundut p m Leave Purls ovory hour front 7 m to p m null at COlltHIp in 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to lu p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 0 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20tf i1JJ 1J 17 S t t fa MISS RACHFL LEWIS As Nydia the Blind Girl In John Fay Palmers Great Electric Scenic and Drama tic Production Egyptian o- fPompeiin Dramatization of Sir Edward Bulw erLyt tons Great Historical Novel Last Days of Pompeii Miss Lewis plays this delicate role with a charming grace and tender pathos that fascinattS her audience and while she has worn brilliant theatrical laurels in the star rolos of Galatea Parthenia and Frau Frau as Nydia the Blind Girlshe sinks into the heart and loving remembrance encircles her as the countless stars encircle the heer beautifully sympethetic por woesable character her audiencE- s s before ita living and breathing Nydia in the winsome person of Miss Lew anc it loves her for the tears ShE brings to the eye and the bone diction that falls upon the hear as with sweet solemnity she holds aloft the Christian Gross anjtime World The play will be staged will over 50 Frankfort people in ml tlition to the large number wit time show Engagement Extraordinary under the auspices of th t Frankfort Baud at Capital The atre March 19 matinee and night DAILY IXCUR51ONw t ITOLEDO DETROITI Eu the Magnificent Steamtn of Leaving foot of Madison Street at arrfverlYeekDays83otPHSumtaya unlimited round trip f Excursions to Detroit and rrturn Week Day 5i Sundays 75c Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Saoo meals and berth extra Special Rotes lo SocfttttJ Close connections at Detroit with steam en for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write OFBI lMkMTrHtrWHGOlD N9JrliPA a Cmor 9 I ri itom j1 L ow a tt a at7 f s = d1IliIft ot W w I farmer and Breeder im Published at Eexinown Vs by S De Kentucky Publishing Company IW i m P P Johnston Lexington OFFICERS Ky President T C McDow W frkell Lexington Ky Vice President Lexington City National nBank Treasurer Desha Brecklnrldge Lexington Ky SecyAi m DIRECTORSW ii t John B Castleman Lexington Ky Henry L Martin Midway Ky Jacob S Estill w 1 Lexington ivji Hector F niimiiuiu ur Lexington Ky C Cw1Patterson Lexington KyL G Cox Lexington Ky mShouse Lexington Ky J N Camden Jr Versailles Ky weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of the farmW ers and breeders of Kentucky the most valuable paper pub lished to stockmen and farmers W mSUBSCRIPTION PRICE 200 IN AuVANCEi1m f1Il 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day CREA- MVERMIFUGEBert nn 1 a had of of to at a of dl to tho SO ifDtwl It B St the a IB ese WANTED Men or women local representatives for a high class magazine Large conuniPBionB Cash prizes Write J N Trainer 80 East Wash j ington Square Now York N Y 2t4t l tOur Opening Is Now Overrerrrrrw And the success was most satisfactory to us in point of sales and attendn nCDI I Every Day we Will be Receiving New Goods I Of Every Description Our Stock Will be Larger This Season than Ever Weitzel ODonnell Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Fashion Sheets Free 1AN EGYPTIAN OF POMPEII Persons who ore ftunilinr with Bulwers historical novel will ro Jail the following oast of characters that appear the largest cast of flharacters over presented on the local stage Arbaces the Egyptian Glancus an Athenian Clodius a Roman Panza the Aetlile Calenus n Pagan Priest Didmed a rich Roman Sallust a friend of Glaucus Olinthus a Christian Patriarch Melon who saw Christ raise Laz arus from the dead Burbo a retired gladiator Niger a gladiator Lydon a gladiator Tetaides a gladiator Nomo n Nubian slave Apiucides a Neophite Nydln the Blind Slave Girl lone a Neopolltan Maiden Julia daughter of the rich Dio med Saga witch of Vesuvius Stratanioe Burbos wife Servia a waiting muid Fulvin a pagan woman Daphne a Greek idolater Clio a dancing girl Virginia a vestal Metella a pagan Juno a dancing girl Briseis an attendant The various tableaux employ such classic personages Pagan Priests Flagmen Soldiers Citizens Merchants Nubians Gladiators Per secuted Christians Slaves Ma trons Vestas Flower Girls Danc ing Girls etc etc The entire grouping of dramatic scenes form Ing pictures of Ancient Pagan life drawn in striking contrast to the simple meetings hold by the perse cuted Christians in secret The period of the play is 70 years alter the coming of Christ and shows the profligacy of tho dying pagan 1world and the dawn of the now era a simple glorious religion ItI embraces the struggle of the Against the wonderful influence ot the Now Light that was soon to transform the whole world Sir Edward Bulwur Lytton was the first writer to givo to tho world tho wonderful story of tho quick and sweeping Power of Christs Word Vndtwere aftor emanations of writers who had drunk of the in spiration of Buhvers immortal PompeiiAt afternoon matinee and tonight WHAT IS LIFE nobodyknollsunder strict law Abuse that law Irregularthe organs resulting in Constipation or Liver trouble Dr Kings Nnv Llfo Pills quickly yetthoroughgists HAPPY HEALTHY CHI HUN fAI mulyRJsorsare harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in re sults that robust constitutions re drastic moans are never disappointed They can not fail to perform their mission told every ono who uses DoWitts Early Risers i prefer thom to all other pills They cure billiousness Sold hv J W Gayle Iy na aj t ARGUED Tun appeal Of Caleb Powers from the judgment of the Scott Circuit Court condemning him to death for tho assassination of Goobel was argued in the Court of Appeals on Thursday and yesterday and sub nitted REVERSED The judgment of tho Franklin Circuit Court awarding one Andrew Leonard 1500 in damages against tho Ky Distilleries and Warehouse Co was reversed on Thursday Leonard is a copper smith and was making repairs on the Saudi distillery He went into time warehouse and rode down on an elevator which fell with him and thus inflicted the injuries com plained of GREAT OFFER Wo are enabled to otter great in ducements to subscribers to the Roundabout in connection with the Louisville Evening Post Look at this A Websters Unabridged Dictionary 1903 Edition 800 Tho Evening Post daily for one year 300 Roundabout 100 Total 1100 All for OOU This price is loss than the public would pay for the Dictionary alone The Evening Post is one of the ablest and brightest papers in tho State tf Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for tho blood Cerate for skin eruptions IiIetI r TIIEug is no guesswork our 5eeti11O worrying about results Ii when you plant thom fur m if nayseeds will produce a crop those Ltuulreth seeds will do it They are the live vigorous kind wi growingE growingThey Iand cost lit more than seeds that woro grown IE whenautlrJs it really good judg ment to takerhances with me a years gardening at stake You take no chances Riving our seed toll pay nothing extra for M the security N m 1 I G worn YLE CO = ii 314 Main Street Ie J W GAYLE I Cor Ann and Broadway iQO iI I t lL1 2 FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to nnnounco Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for roeleotion as Representative from Franklin county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a candidate for County attorney subject to the action of tho Democratic party Dec lUtf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq asa candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52 to ILERICANDIDATE FOR We are authorized to announce J DAN MOORE candiJudge as a date for jailor of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Mr D OWEN ROBINSON as n candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the primaryFeb FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the office of Representative from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of time Democratic party 8te ICAS IJI aXABears the J Asheville N C CENTER OF TIlE BEAUTIFUL i Land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau tho lowest point of which Is two thous and foot above tilt level of the son Situated in tho most favored por- tine of tho temperate zone lime oflleial government records of tho climate of Western North Carolina which are nnimpcaolmtjlo evidence give tho following averages Spring mUD degrees F Suunnor 7072 degrees F Autumn oiS48 degrees F Winter K887 degrees F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 degrees F and a mean relative humidity of hut IIi per cent A natural paradise where nil hu man ills find quick relief nEACll IONLY BY TilE Southern Railway Skybookletfolder ete send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN AHSsitant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo C IL HUXGERFOKD District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Thursday s WILL BE Bargain Special Prices In Every Depart Day l = WILLIAM W McKEK I The Yeomap Carriap Go I Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favorably Known to People of Franklin Co- untyRIGIITLYMADE Vehicles reqniro no better recommendation then hard service Fiord service honest workmanship nncl honest prices have sold moro carriages for us than all the printed prairie wo could bestow upon them You cast easily satisfy yourself that this is so and that yon will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail The reputation we have established for good work fair dealing under the limo name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1870 we shall fully maittuin in the sev oral departments of carriage building Our repair maid repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us possibleWealso a nice lino of our own make of its usnnl splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicle YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 10ly FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND DailylEx r J Stations Mis N DailyNoSund If1 Leave A M IIA MI IA IP M 745 Lexington 1010 805 810 85 Winchester IiOli Clay City 0lfl Pil J54 Stanton 559 440 43i Natural Bridge 5i 501 401 tJI Torrent iH 947 UtiIIU Bouttyville Junction 38Jackson ItJ 7211I 226 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY r No NoINo No Dailyills Mb 1t F M Lvu T PM AIPt Ar o 11 3i Tiukson 11are 111 0 0l K Juno ion 1126 I hiI La Willmist 11fI-m sm 15 Hampton 1al 11x5 Iii 750 LW i41 12 Helceliawa N AI10i City 14a Nos and will make olosu connection at K Junction with No a nod tor points on the Lexington unit Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent J K BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Mutineer Q P A Illinois Central Louisvillei = NoOIIN O Ltil caves tni Arrives u in Now Orleans SjnviiJ No iwves 1201 p in Arrives in No Local Mall No Lei vitt 72i n in Arrives 455 in For Fulton Padncali mud inteniutUate IWIIwthtllwnSunday wtrvieo to Elizalmthtovvn and Hougen villo Stops at all stations No Itil Accommodation No Leaves V3i p in Arrives n in toHodbenvilloStops at Trains Run Dally d Every Day meat on That o 3 Ex Dally Caniiil u 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone eendtng akotch and descrlpllon tea l1ulckly ascertain our opinion free whether HANOBuOmtonlatent0cent receltttprclatScientific Jfm rianrAhandeomolylllntratedweekly Inrecii elr of any scloiitldo journal Terms t3 v rear four months tt eo d all nowsdealorn YorkBranch l 1x1QSzii lIGNSGYaIm1YYLwi w4w u aiiwur a JJISARd1IGRTMATCH Longer Sticks Stronger Sticks Light Easily Burn a Full Half Minute A Valuable Coupon in Every Box of Search Light Matches Asfi Your Grocer THE DIAMOND MATCH CO AGAINST LANG GRABBING The big stockmen and timber men of the west who have only forty or fifty thousand acres of land and who are ambitious to increase it to one hundred thousand acres of land will have to move lively SUbIstltutestries under the timber and stone act or the desert land act or the commuters clause of the homestead act or they will not fulfill their desires The country and Congress is beginning to wake up to the im fc6ttanoe of goring this public domain our greatest 101 source today with national tion and established government policy and converting it into homes for settlers and homemakers It looks as though the days of the speculator and the landgrabber Were numbered I Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cub ekineruptlona OBERLIN tItis time for plowing to be done and tobacco beds o be burned but the weather has been so cold and damp that but little of either has been done Mr = Cleveland Smith was oul coon hunting last Sunday evening t I dont know how successful he was Misst s Ida and Stella Semones t have returned from a visit to Ohio t Mr Willie Roberts made a Hying trip to Harvieland last Tuesday Willie and Theodorn were on time f Sunday if the roads were muddy There are parties selecting and b preparing posts for the extensiona of the traction line of Frankfort- I heard sonm one say there was siaburin Flat Creek pike was volldfrlng who the dead f body was so I hoard again that it- t was the turnpike buried Anyone if wits nut accustomed to the ttrnvel of the road would not know t which way to go I think the au thorities ought to investigate our turnpikes Iheyare almost impas sable It is unnecessary to have so many county officers rood supervis ors the property owners ought to build their own roads But it takes all of the money that people onn unlike to pay taxes in order to pay the county officers and then have no roods f Mrs Battle Somonns visited friends at Frankfurt last woeit f Mr and Mrs H M Harrod visit y ed friends near Harvioland last week 1JWlO will be services at Antioch r church tomorrow at oclock t POMPEII r s Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate feucceegf treatment for blood and akin dleeaaes ISrASeveral prominent citizens of our town were members of the jury that tried and condemned Bess the Lex ington woman murderer Rev J B Crouch of Falmouth preached for the Baptist Church on Sunday last- DIEDNear here on the Owen consumptionMrs Mr B R Jones sold 3000 pounds of tobacco to Mr J H Bonde at 6 centsMr R S Sprako sold 4500 pounds of tobacco to Mr J M Hormker at it cents 1MI Brack Stone has concluded otiatlons for a mill at Green loon and will go there to reside about the first of April We have had all sorts of March weather this week Wednesday however was a day both overhead and under foot The board of trustees of our town refused by a vote of 4 to to grant Mr C T Turner saloon lieense Righttoo many now Mr Albert Johnson has been elected to fill the vacancy in the board of trustees caused by Mr Ben Oldhams resignation Good prices wore realized at the Stone sale last Wednesday Corn sold for fib in the crib shoats at 4 cents per pound brood sows from 9 to 15 mules from 4750 to 155 The terms were equivalent to cash The Baptist Church has not yet selected a new pastorUNO COMMISSIONERS NOTICE Attention is called to the notice of Commissioner W H Posey in regard to the estate of Mrs Fannie E Farmer deceased COLDS CAUSE PNEUMONIA IOnf of the most remnrkable cases of a cold deepseated Oft the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marlon hid who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing rand straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail nil til used One Minute Couch 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Huntingburg 1145 a in 1280 am Princeton 100 p in 145 a m St Louis 080 pm 782Bm No a No1 t JArLv Louisville 000 pm1 850 am Ar Huntingburg 850 p nii 1145 a mIEvansv lOiltn 180 pm No No112 VArAr Louisville = ll6Ua m 545 pm tiJOTrains Nos 0 and run solid between Louis vine and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and 22 Through first class Coaches between Evansville Louis villa Day trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louie carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars lfI 11itoH R Spencer S H Hardwick OB IGFOR SALE f A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double t porches carriage bouse and stable lot contains balf an acre on KentuckyJ Avenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its eqtiivr alent Apply at this office 4tf t tJv NJi 1LAA