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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT CEO A LEWIS Publisher il YOL XXYIL 4 A L rr Buster Brown t stirfiBusteIII We will bo pleased to show them to you We the boy will be tickled to have one for Easter Collars 15c Suits from 350 to 6 Quality i We are now with all the spring styles in Boots and Oxfords Boots 300 and 350 Ox fords 250 and 300 Queen fit Ii j Ii tTR1 McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY t STAMPING GROUND fMr J W Jameson of tho Stamp Ground batik the of bank officers in Frank fort Saturday who are arranging to defend the suits instituted by Auditors Agent Lucas of Paducah M Joe Webber has rented the Murphy farm on the pike t and has moved there with his A Stewart has moved his office to the Coleman Hotel from the drug store He is located on tho second floor The remains of Mr Geo W Mc Coy who died at the asylum in I interment Lexington were brought home for At the pale of Mr W O Calvert renIIf1edand pigs 16 heifers 16 steers 18 Wo had almost a water spout throughout this section on Friday night last The streams were all of their banks and considerable was done Winter resumed its linger in the lap of spring naughty old boy on Sunday the thermometer drop- pingI to 26 degrees and spitting snow most of the day Mr W B Arnold soon to go to Illinois to live with his family he having accepted a good position We will lose a good citi zen and clean man We regret to see that the respondent of the Georgetown Tim in notice of Mr A loldlIds this For although Take is a Republican ho is a clean one and a good What has a mans politics to do with his being a gen tleman He who bounds his friend ship by his politics is too narrow to be a good citizen This is a free country and can only so there bong upon and men can honestly tiller and yet be warm friends Those we love best wo have differed from all our life Mr Geo Talbott leaves this week for Huntington Ark to take place i1 in a bank there I Clark P Roberts of Owen 1the will take time position in Citizens Bunk vacated by Mr Geo Talbott Mr T L South t worth also of Owen county will be employed in tho same bank IWo regret to learn that Mr Carle ton L Thomason of whose danger ous illness we made mention last week died at tho homo of his pa rents in Frankfort on Saturday t Mr Cyrus T Duvall and bride will soon go to housekeeping on their farm on tho UNO BUYS A FINE HORSE Dr Crutchfiold of Henry county on Tuesdihy purchased of Mr T J I Simmons a hand omo harness I for 2K Mr Simmons has hOlSOI fine horses and can soil good prices at any time t A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 1904 I Brown Collars Buster Brown Suits know morning Queen Shoes ready both- t Quality Shoes K1 attended meeting Elmville familyDr ifout expects divisions tluliticnJ- lines Elmvlllo DEATHIANOTHER SAD Our whole community was shocked on Wednesday morning when the news flew from mouth to WnrdIJones and wife had died that morning of peritonitis after a few days illness Mrs Ward was married to Mr Ward on the 14th of January last She was one of tho purest and best young women who ever lived in this city a devoted and earnest Christian a member of tine Moth odist Church a loving and thoughtful laughter an affection ate and selfsacrificing wife Her whole life has been one of thoughtfulness for the comfort and happiness of other s and of self denial and unselfish endeavor To the stricken husband and mother father brother and sisters left behind we tender our sinoerest condolenceThe services will be con ducted by her pastor Rev C J Nugent today and the remains will be laid away in our cemetery FEAST OF PASSOVER The Feast of the Passover is be ing celebrated by our Hebrew citi zens this week commencing on Wednesday All shades of opinion observe this solemn festival- ARRESTED On Wednesday last U S Deputy Marshal Rousseau True arrested one Robert Duncan in Lexington charged with passing counterfeit money Duncan was lodged in jail to await trial at the U S Court in Richmond II DO IT TODAY Tho time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today l That is the torso advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to1nyanI lot that remedy bo Dr Boschoes Gorman Syrup which line been in use for over thirtyfive yours A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked our lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts yr f i fG 0 From The Church GRACE ChronicloI We clip the following which will bo good news for the many friends of Roy R L McCrendy The rector vestry nod people of Grace Church Avondale are con gratulating themselves upon the by the Rev R L Har IRccePtnnco Pauls Church Newport call to be Associate in that parish believing that it means a new chapter in the history of the work and a great im petus to its growth and develop mentWhen the present rector the Rev R L McCready took charge Jan uary 1903 ho found the people much disheartened and plans for the enlargemetof the church build ing undertaken just before the res ignation of his predecessor abandoned in despair but notwithstand ing this discouraging beginning the past year has been one of the most prosperous in the history of the parish All obligations have been mot the parish house and choir rooms of the church nave been improved and enlarged a rec tory has been purchased and the congregation for the first time in its history and one of very few in the diocese has met its full apportion ment not only for Diocesan but also for General Missions When in December last the roe tor received a an important charge in the South ho announced as a condition of his remaining in Avondale the extension and en garishindustrial school of one hundred pupils and other similar work had been begun which opened a field for effort not hitherto touched and which gave promise of great usefulness if properly developed In compliance with the request the vestry at once and most enthusiastically made personal sub scriptions toward the Expansion Fund of 1000 per annum for three years and the raising ofya like amount was guaranteed on the part of the congregation The in tention is to reorganize the work on lines espe cially the Sundayschool the young mens and boys organizations and to make a strong effort to gather to the Church the rapidly increasing population of Avondale and it is for this purpose that Mr Harris who has been signally successful along these lines as demonstrated in work at St Pauls Newport Ky has been called as colaborer with the present rector Mr Harris began his work in preachedSundnoclock one of the special series of Lenten sermons being delivered on Sunday afternoon subject The Church and Its Members Re cently tho Mens Club of Grace Church tendered him a most sue cessful banquet at which addresses were made by the rector the officers of tho club and also by Rev Dr Charles F Goss vice mayor H L Gordon General Lewis Sea SOli good and others The way to a mans heart is through his stomach an old saying meaning that to win a man yoit must feed him well If this is not true it is still true in another sense that the way to A mans heart is through his stomach Many persons imagine that they have heart disease when it in only indigestion This is how it comes about The stomach distended by gas crowds the heart and gives the fooling that the trouble is in tho heart If youdont know that you have heart trouble try using Walthers Poptonized Port and see if it does not relieve you For sale by J W Gayle Small size 50 cents large size 1 RESIGNS Secretary Blake W Godfrey of the local Y MC A has resigned to take effect Juno 1st in order to accept the Work Department Secre taryship for the State Tho Board of Directors have so lected Mr J Paul Swain of Henry county as successor to Mr God frey Mr Swain is now at the Chicago Training School for Y M C A workers BUYS A PAPER Mr Owen McTntyro who repre sented tho Louisville Evening Post luring the recent session of tho LogislaturdV has purchased the An derson News from tho Anderson News Company The News is a congratulatesition OASTOBJABeaia tho Athe Interesting Prices ON SpringDress Goods 38 in allwool Voile in black and navy blue only 50 cents per yard HS in wide Sicilian in all desirable shades extra good values 50 cents per yard 3S in wide black Voile withraised spot worth 100 only 90 cents per yard Also have other excellent value from 100 to 200 per yard We are showing many beautiful patterns in white and colored Wash Goods for shirt waists and suits at from 10 to 50 cents per yard- Embroideries and Laces Thousands of yards of beautiful Edg ings at from 5 to 50 cents per yard We are showing a full line of Childrens White and Colored Wash Dresses from 1 to 12 year at 25 cents to 500 each 4143 St St At Ky GOES TO COUNTRY TO LivE Mr Nat 1 MoDaniel who has been Keeping a boarding house nearly opposite our oflloo on Main street will move his family to tho Voglor farm on tha river above this city early next week SELLS FARM Mr BAn Hughes has sold his farm of 185 acres lying near Cedar Chapel to Mr Knooppol for per acre This was what is 10I as tho homo SORE homes no telling what a sore throat will do if you give It right of way Uncertain remedies often cause dangerous delay Make a cure sure with Painkiller known for half a century as a specific for sore throat croup coughs and all kindred troubles Keep it by you for an emergency It fails Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50c 1 Cd 6r1QI Jtti TERMS 100 In Advance NO 30 o ij10 Discount r On AII Tailor Made SuitsFOR Next Week No reason why you should not have a new suit to wear f- orEaster j4rhen you can buy one at our store at such small cost We call your attention to the ones we are offeringat RLu io 15 20I 1 Call early before they are picked over I C KAGIN BRO No Clair BridgeFrankfort place- THROAT never ITO VISIT HIS NATIVE LAND iIr Gus LaFontaine the well known restauranteur will leave for a visit to France his native land on Thursday April 28 to bo gone JulyMr rein hisdaughter t some two years- APPOINTED TAX SUPERVIS ORS Mayor Darnell appointed the fol lowing gentlemen as tho tax super visors for this city First Ward W wardHonryGobborIhir1 BUYS A HOME Mr G D Fondle has purchased the Login street cottage homo of Mr J W Marksbury and will soot take possession Kodol Dyspepsia CureDigests what you eat = PERSONAL son Col E H Taylor jr loft forIChicago Ills on Monday Miss Nora Miller of this olUue spent Monday in Lonisvillo Miss Lena Scott of this office of spent Sunday in Lexington- Mr W W Longmoor wont to Chi cinnati this week of Mrs David P Davis is visiting her parents in Shelbyville- Col Sam H Stone of Louisville WItS in the city Monday Mr 7ns V Goodman of Shelby f cello was in the city Tuesday Mr Ferd Jacobs hits returned from the east Miss Bornico Scottow has gone to Louisville to reside Hon Luther C Willis Mayor ol Shelbyville was hero Saturday wifmiMr Guy H Briggs visited friends In Lexington this week 1 Dr H S Keller and wife have J returned from the Eastern cities t Mr John C Noel and grandson Silas are at Hot Springs Ark Editor John B Dryden Sr went IttoCincinnati yesterday Mr J IC Pnrren of this county visited his son in Louisville Thursday Mrs R B Colvin of Falmouth Is visiting her parents Rev T F Taliaferro and wife street Mr John Scott of Louisville J spent Sunday hero the guest of his I another Mr W T Scott Mr Mason B Barrett of Louis ville spent Sunday here the guest of leis mother Mrs W L Barrett Mrs Albert G Jeffers who has been visiting relatives in Lexing ton has returned home Mr Grover Land left Tuesday for Paducah where ho is engaged to base ball this season tplI1Y S Pelossi of Versailles tinits the guest of Mrs C Fugazi r iMiss week Mag Innes and Miss Alice k Graves visted in Lexington this week Mrs W P Williams nee Bull of Irvine is the guest of her pa Tents Mr S C Bull and wife Mrs IT West Is visiting her 1auhter Mrs R M Bergman in Mr Grant L Roberts made a business trip to Lexington on Wed esdayIMr Sid Smith telegraph editor toftime Louisville Herald was hero this week f Mrs Lizzie M Waloutt of Lake visited relatives hero this JlandDr J O Robinson of St Louis Mo was the guest of relatives here this week Mr J Swigert Taylor returned from Chicago and Cincinnati on- t Friday night Mrs S B Holmes left Monday1 for Battle Creek Mian to be with ttherhusband tMr Pontiss ORen of Cincinnati wits the guest uf his parents Judge JZ C ORear and wife this week Mr Silas Bent correspondent ri Uho Louisville Herald visited Bowling Green this week Mr Edcar lJ Suter of Louis ville who has boon an of the Kentucky Journal this winter has returned home Rev M B Adams went to George town on Monday afternoon to act as judge in the oratorical contest in Georgetown College that night Mrs Ward of Cincinnati who r k dias boon time guest of her daughter IMrs R B Jillson has returned tfiome Mr W B Bridge ford and family Siave gone to Bollovue Ky to live AVe regret exceeding to lose clever family from our city Mrs Kate Hard in Forman of Louisville was the guest of her sister Miss Pauline Helm Hardin tthisweek i M L Campbell attended theIt funeral of her old Rev Dr Henry McDonald in Georgetown l lust week Dr C IC Wallace who has been a vacation rest in Colorado rtnking homo on Tuesday night4 very much improved in health fi Secretary B W Godfrey of Ieof Y M C A left Saturday for Em- Inencet j to conduct a meeting on Sunday Miss Nettie Walcutt who has been visiting friends here has re i turned to her home at Lakeland r Miss Sarah Burnam who is attending school in Cincinnati is at home for the Easter holidays 1 Miss Eleanor Cannon of Midway f Is the guest of her uncle Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill 1MissJuliett Alvos of Henderson of Miss Florence Bar arett Campbell street f Mrs M B R Day has returned troth Now York City where Ieto jspent the winter Mrs John Hazelrigg of Mt Ster fling is the guest of her daughter Mrs E C ORear Fourth Avenue y Mr Ralph R Wilson wife and have returned from visit to relatives in Falmouth Rev T F Tnliaforro and wife have returned from a trip to Flor idaMiss Mary Cnltdn fur of Ton loll Ohio who has been tho guest Miss Bertha Scott has returned home Little Miss Helen Pago lackson Oiiuinimti is visiting her grand mother Mrs Martha French on Third Avenue Mrs Saml Leavy was summoned to Kansas City Mo Thursday by the serious illness of her sun Mr Lawrence Leavy- Mrs O Ih Powers nee Soofleld of Woodlake is the guest of her cousin Mrs Mollio Thomas Third street Mr John ORear who has been visiting his parents Judge E C ORear and wife has returned to Wesleyan College at Winchester Mr Carl Norman who is attending Central University Danville is visiting his patents Maj L C Norman and wife Miss Nannie Hammond returned Friday from school at Richmond Ky to spend Enster with her fnthers fi mly on Taylor Avenue Mr Richard A VanDerveer and wife of Lexington were guests of = his mother Mis Anna VanDorveer this week Mr Frank Voss of the Frankfort Chair Co was compelled to leave Saturday for French Lick Springs to be treated for rheumatism Mr Ferd VanDerveor the expert telegrapher of Memphis Tenn who has been visiting his mother Mrs Anna VanDorveer in this city has returned home Mrs Laura Torrence of Toronto Canada and Miss Lottie Starling went to Woodford county on Saturday afternoon to visit Rev A C Hensley in Versailles JrJ B Lewis of this office spout Sunday in Lexington the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr M T Lyle and his son Mr Alex T LewisMr ORear who is attend ing Western University at Win chester was the guest of his parents Judge E C ORear and wife this week Mrs Eli H Brown who has been in Louisville under medical treatment is the guest of her sister Mrs Mary C Haycraft South SideMessrs J Morgan Chinn George Chinn H V McChesney C M Bridgeford Robt C NIcol and W L Williams who have been on a fishing trip to Florida returned home Monday night Jolly Jas E Stone Clerk of time House of Representatives wound up the work of the late session this week and left for his home in Lou isvilleMr R A VanDerveer and wife of Lexington who have been guests of his mother Mrs Anna VanDer veer Shelby street have returned home PEA RIDGE Mr William Lacefleld and daugh ter wpre the guests of Mrs Wini fred Lacefleld this week Mr Sam Allen 1l1s moved to Mr Sam Traceys house A great many tobacco beds have been sown despite tho bad weather lrnisfIns11wel1 attended and much enjoyed by the young folks of this and Ben son neighborhood The court certainly made the very host solution possible in the matter of roar supervisors Mr Suter has proved his ability in the past and every one who knows Mr George Herndon knows ho is the right man for the business He knows tho needs of the roads and what Is Netter the practical ways of repairing the roads DiedOn Monday morning at his residence in Choateville Mr Jack Hulette aged 35 years He shad been in very poor health for some years He was a quiet Christian gentleman Ho leaves a wife and two children to mourn their irreparable loss Mr Dudley Lacefleld of Avon stoke who was so terribly hurt some weeks ago is slowly recover ingThere are too many dogs in thi neighborhood to keep sheep safely it requires some one constantly tho alert night and day Wo dogs as much as wo do sheep b they should not bo allowed the run everybodys pasture Sheep have to be fed and cared for on their owners premises and so should dogs- Madame Rumor says that one of Ctmurrioknow if tho rumor is true but our shoos are blacked and shiny ready for the invite wo may never get But all tho same we wish the young couple all the happiness pos sible in this life In commenting on the length o time it takes Frankfort mail t reach Farmdale The Roundabout should consider the bad state o the roads and while there is a good road from Lexington to Frankfort takes twenty hours for a lotto come from Lexington to Frank fort A letter put on the train at 210 p m in Lexington arrives in Frankfort about 10 a in noxt day SCRIBE FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER r I YOU WANT THESE To complete your outfit for Easter for they are the best made Of course you find them at McClures the best store DUNLAP HATS Are the standard of the world We are show ing some twelve styles altogetherexactly the same as those now on sale at the Dunlap stogy e in New York MANHATTAN SHIRTS Unequaled in all shirtdom is this famous make The best of the line is here now bought by us six months ago when the makers had their complete spring line Prices from 150 to 300 BOYDE1 SIIOBS Are sold in more of the big city stores than anyother make in the land They are dis tinctly Smart Shoes for men All the pop ular leathers and lasts are represented in both Shoes and Oxfords Shoes 500 and 600 Oxfords 500 Hacltett Carhart Co ClothingT- he one make of readytowear clothing in the country that is equal to that of the merchant tailor with the advantage that it is ready to put on and you can see the fit before you buy Prices range from 1500 to 2700 just about onehalf what the tailor charges you for the same grade Easter Ties and Socks in Profusion R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFURT KY sltapk s Kidneyu Globes Guaranteed Cure andeBladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE witfagreeflaxities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold ut 60 cents per box on tho No Oure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of pric- eGayle Drug Stores Frankfort Ky May 2ly t bI i IARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If you are a dyspeptic you owe to yourself stud your friends to well Dyspepsia annoys tho dyspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Curo will not midionly euro dyspepsia gestion and sour stomach but this palatable reconstructive tonic di gestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as tho stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tho food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated Iud Its nutrient properties appropriated by the blood and tissues Health is tho result For sale by J W Gaylo A LOVE LETTER Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo wrItesII I suf fered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Buoklens Arnica Salvo cured me Its the best Salvo on earth 25o at all druggists WORLDS FAIR SHORT LIIE II SOUTHERN RAILWAY Eortyfive miles the shortest 9II i easiest best to the WORLDS FAIR ILook at the schedules Leave Louisville 830 a m daily Arrive St Louis 086 p m daily Solid through train from Louis yule with Observation Parlor and Dining Car- Leave Louisville 1015 p in daily Arrive St Louis 782 a m daily Solid through train from Louis ville with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash Suburban the Worlds Fair GroundstiLow excursion rates will be an nounced soon T W CREWS T P Agent Lox ington Ky G MORGAN D T Agent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave r Louisville Ky- G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo YOU CANNOT CHANGE The course of a storm by tearing down the signals that give warning of its approach Neither can you cure a cold by temporarily stopping a cough with opiumladen medi cines Allens Lung in which there is no opium cures sore throats and sure lungs because it allays the inflammation mind rites you of tho mucus that stops up tho Lt air passages t Get the HENDERRON ROUTE IHabit on your trip to ST LOUIS 6 Roundtrip Rates From Louis villa on Account of tho Worlds Fair Season Tickets WOO Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limn it December 15 1904 Sixty Day Tickets 1100Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Lim a it no days t1en Tickets 1000 Sold R1it10ISpeolnl Conch Excns 700Dates Sale to be announced later Limit 6 days including date of saleCoach Excursion Tickets are not good in Sleepers neither will they bo good for time checking of Baggage FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IF TICKET HEADS TUB POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE AltE CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US GEO L GAnnETT Traveling Passr Agt E M City Passr Agt L J IitwiN General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY i it I t J iiI I AS TiMIE GOES ON THE SINCERITY OF S D JOHNSONS co SALEContinues If you have not been here it is time to come Dont delay Bargains bargains await your early coming Dont hesitate Moral He who AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME r I S DC JOHNSON CO i KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings yew Discovery ItHFOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price BOcSIOO Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG allII I LES IIHv or MONEY BACK COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout Can you tell inn if tho city of Frankfort has a Health Board or Sanitary officer of any 1ind If It- ttentlonhas I desire to call through the columns of your popu lar paper to a certain nuisance which should be abated at once On the West side of the Herndon I block on Second street there is a sower which flows upon the surface of tho ground within twenty feet of the sidewalk where accumulates a cess pool that will soon as the I weather gets warm be a dangerous and perhaps a fatal menace to the 3whole vicinity Surely it is some matterFjso case that same some one is guilty of gross neglect of duty as well as of obtaining money under false pretenses if ho or they draw pay from the city for such work I hope this suggestion may be the moans of causing this diseasebreeding place to be properly and promptly reme- diedr but it There will have to be a few cases of typhoid In the neighborhood and may he deaths therefrom before the mighty machinery of our city authorities will be set in motion Yours for health and cleanliness ROUNDER Frankfort Ky March 81 1904 CONVENTION CALLED Tho Republican District Commit tee for the 7th Congressional Dis trim met in Lexington on Wednes lay and called a Convention to select two delegates to the Chicago National Convention to nominate candidates for President and Vice t President p The District convention will moot in Paris on Tuesday April 26 at 2 oclock p m n REVENUE TAX COLLECTED 1f Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts has collected internal revenue taxes during tho month of March as follows 2460 barrels 95402810 tax gallons amount of tax 110 91253 r CONFESSIONS OF A PRIEST Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered froth Yellow Jaundice I colisultod 1anumber of physicians end tried all sorts of medicines but got no roliof Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and fool that I am now cured of a disease that had mo in its grasp for twelve years II If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility got Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by all druggists Only COe PAINFULLY HURT Mr George Turner who drives a coal cart for Mr Robt A Brawn or was painfully hurt about his ankle by his team running off with him Ho is not seriously hurt and ex poets to be about again in a few I dins f LtVJ C DEATHS IVELLSIn Anderson county on Sunday Mrs Wells mother- of Messrs Wm and LaFayette Wells of this city aged 82 years The funeral and burial took place on Monday last- THOMASONTn this city on Saturday morning Mr Carleton LI Thomason aged 26 years of con sumptionMr was the eldest son of Officer Z T Thomnson and wifI and was a handsome and popular young moan Ho served as a police man in this city for several years His health beginning to fail he went to Stamping Ground and took a position as bookkeeper and manager of the Stone Bros Mill Mr Stone having sold out his mill and located at Greenville Tonn Mr Thomason expected to go there to reside but he was attacked with hemorraghes and was brought home a week before he died Ho leaves a mother father three sisters and two brothers beside a largo circle of relatives to mourn his untimely death The funeral took plane on Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock services being conducted by + Rev M B Adams after which the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery There is nothing so important in facing severe hot weather as a well organized digestive force When the stomach properly digests nutri rlohIcombination of pure rich port and the best quality of pepsin It strengthens the weak digestive organs restores the appetite builds and tones up the entire system For invalids convalescents and worn out people there is nothing so benolioial as Walthers Pepton ipd Port For sale by J W Gayle Small size 50 cents largo size 1 ARRESTED Constable M H P Williams Jr arrested Cornelius Page a colored oxconvict on Thursday charged with housebreaking Page had broken into the coal oillce of Uttor bacK Currons and carried oil the office cluck and other articles Ho was held over to the April term of the circuit court in 200 bond ADDITIONAL MAIL SERVICE On next Sunday and hereafter regularly there will bo a mail oar ried on the L N train from Lex ington to Louisville and return This is a very commendable step oLJ S ltt C L1h Bears the A lava AIms Bouht BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown Lexington Traction Co Cars loavo Lexington for Paris every hour from a in to 7 p n- and at 0 p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p in Sinylo faro 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a tar to p m except a m p m 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from ti a in to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and n p m Y ALEXANDER President 20tr BIRTHS WEITZEL In this city on Tuesday to Mr Paul B Weitzel and wifoa daughter WEBB In this city on March 16th to Mr James Andrew Webb and wife a daughter Minnie Led ridgeGALESOn March 20th to Mr J Elliott Gaines and wife of Louis villea son Eisel Gaines OFFICERS OF ELKS- following gentlemen wore Irhe the officers of Frankfort B P O Elks No 580 at their meeting on Wednesday oven ingExalted RulerW W Longmoor Esteemed Leading Knight R W McRcry Esteemed Loyal Knight J Swi gert Taylor Esteemed Lecturing KnightG- L Barnes Secretary Grant L Roberts TreasurerJ W Pruett jr Trustee Win D Ro- yTylerChas Whitehead Representative to Grand Lodge Austin J Lynch DR E ROEMELEDEUTSCHER ARZT Office and resl li nco above WEITZEL 8ODONNELL Main St TELKVHOXKS Old 184 New DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY Joseph H Lewie Chapter Daugh meetItodaym at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel A full attendance is de sired SHINGLES Hammond Co have nearly ONE MILLION SHINGLES in stock They gradesCallWilkinson Street 80 1m IGO SPIRITS Good sP1it dont all como fle- aIientuIhoir main source is tho liver and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a had liver or the proIduceYour liver must ho in fine condi tion if you would fool buo happy and hopeful bright of antI sIfulgreatIostand stomach and a certain euro for dyspepsia or indigestion It has boon a favorite household remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your live healthy and active and thus insure a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size Hoc regular bottles 7Su At all druggists lyr FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our romody gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential corrospondouco especially with physicians soil cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etc AN HArI N THERA PEUTIC BroadwayNow MAIN ST FRANKFORT KY L C WHITNEY CO SOLE CONDUCTORS ach Is or oveiurdenedr Like Comet I Kodolsupplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs the sky comes the star of health the weak and leary disorders dyspeptic despon and all v v Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles only S 100 Size holding 2M times the trial size which sells for 5 cIPrepared by E For stile by J W Gayle drug gist WANTED Fifty young ladies to work at tho Frankfort Shoe Co Apply at the office 7- tfAttention Farmers IWE ARE READY TO SUPPLY YOU WI- THTOBACCO CANVASS- We hun a large stork of six ti different grades and tho lowest prices We cut you just what you wantI W IT Reading DRY GOODS- CHINAWARE 315 Broadway Opposite the Capitol 8t n tttt ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis anti Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 1 a m leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing 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 Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by time Illinois Central B R Send for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the ChlcngoFriI the Illinois Central and New Orleans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with lining car service iFascinating trips complete laevery Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati t everyweduesday NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti hulo trains with through sleeping t cars bullotlibrarysmoking carnservice and all meals en route dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel atGulfport Miss on tho Mexican Gu f Const has 250 rooms single or- en suite with or without bath IUHhImorning trains carrying sleeping and tfntlih1nn cars with a single Change on suntan train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf iport annul the hotel SPRINGS AUK IHOl Sleeping Car Sor vice via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of hoalth and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of tho above cnn bo had of agents of the Illinois Cen trail or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J McDOUGALL D P New Orleans A H HANSON U P A ChiongoJMemphis t Iltr Cntlys romlllron Inmicrs are what a horse needs when in bad andImedicine anti tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompto Gay 4 4till ffL ti 1J ttX U U4lIf f b 1 TfteFranMortBounilaDout dun = Knlcrcd at the postoHln at Frankfort Kon tucks nssicomlclass niniltible mutter = GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 2 1903 SAD AFFATK- Cnpt t W T Havens Commits Sui cide It is with a sad heart that w chronicle the suicide iff our frien Capt V T Havens of the hard ware firm of Collins Havens It seems that Capt Havens had boon about the city as usual on Sunday and had none to his homo on Washington street in the oven fug where he had donned his dress ink gown slippers mid sniokin r cap when at about oclock h was hoard by his family to go out of the front doer Not returning after a short while his wife who has been in poor health became alarmed and caused search tp be 4 instituted for her husband It was i soon learned that he had been seen i on the railroad bridge and spoken to by a gentleman who knew him r well and who noticed that ho wa not dressed as for the street an later a lady stated that she saw a man of Capt Havens description n jump from the bridge into the river Diligent search was made about the city and the river was dragged that stream being very high but without avail Capt Havens was a brave and gallant soldier in the Southern army during the civil war After thle genlnIbering his friends by his acquain lance In 1891 he was made Deputy In surance Commissioner and filled that place with efficiency and dlliI t gence In 1807 hA was appointed Deputy in the Clerks office bf the Court of Appeals and brought to the duties of that office the same painstaking care and accuracy that had marked his whole career In January last having lost out in the new deal in the Appellate Clerks office he formed n partner ship with Mr C E Collins of this city in the hardware business and f t the firm was very successful and r had growing trade have known Capt Havens inj tWe since 1887 and were attached to him for his i many attractive qualities of head and heart We cannot believe thatj he would have committed the had he been in his right mind Iaotwas always cheerful and full of and funever ready with a twitt reply to any friendly chaffing He was a member of the Chris tian Church having moved his L membership from Alt Sterling tp when he came to the Clerks office e of the Court of Appeals Ho leaves a wife and daughter to mourn his untimely end We learn that he was comfortably fixed financially and probably had some life insurance in addition Capt Havens death cast a shadow t of gloom over this whole com munity where he was a unhersnlffavorite with all who SAVES TWO FROM DEATH Our little daughter had an al most fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K butcsaved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung disteases yield to Dr Kings Discovery as to other medicine on earth In f alible for Coughs and Colds boo and 100 bottles guar anteed by all druggists Trial bot tles freetANOTHER FRANKFORT BOY WINS OUT By dispatches from Little Rook Ark we learn that in the recent Democratic primary Mr Cuhurn Kavanaugh son of Mrs Anna Kav anaugh and brother of Mr Frank H Kavanaugh of this city Wl8I nominated as the Democratic onIdidate for Sheriff of the county r We congratulate our young friend upon his suooessJOASrOnXABean Signature of j n Ito F Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of thcmillions of people who today dfrom nervous or heart weakness a large per e trace the cause directly to deadly LaGnppc It is n perm disease and makes a direct attack upon the nerves putting an extra strain upon them at the time theirvital its is at the lowest ebb If aGrippe has left you witli a shattered nervous system with loss of of energy insomnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies you should strengthen the weakened nerve- with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restprc the nerves to their normal activity thee t dreaded disease LaGrippe I suffered sew eral weeks with it and nothing I tried seemed to benefit me in any way or form I suffered almost death and finally m daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built my shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it and want to say each and every one who has suffered from LaGrippe find instant relief getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and takes no other It is simply splendid Hoping remaindAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addresa Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE GAYNONPOLLOCK CO The Lexington Loader Says of th GaynonPollock Co Which Opens a Weeks Engagement at the Cap ital Theatre Monday April 11 Lexington is to have a week of repertoire which promises to be quite popular The GaynonPollock Stook Company opened Monda night at the Opera House to one of the largest audiences of the season II The Counterfeiters was presented and the play thoroughly enjoyed The company is a talented one and many unique specialties are intro pupulnrplayforThursday and Saturday and there will be performances each night this weekThe peoples prices lOc 20o and 30o will prevail Ladies admitted aooompaniedbySeats must be reserved before 6 Specialtiestinuous Performance No waits 4 HOLDING UP A TRAIN A heart to heart talk with an ex train robber is recounted by O Henry in Holding Up a Train in April McClures The former outlaw frankly and humorously de scribes the pursuit he followed and one may he sure it loses noun of its value in the retelling of O Henry This knight of the stool highway is a picturesque character who fol luiwedhis profession with a lively sense of humor and appreciation of the ludicrous He describes the modus operandi of trainrobbing and details interesting and funny Incidents connected with it In rich and unctuous vein of humor The dangers and trials as well as the humors of the business are described and the estimates of its pleasures presented will hardly In duce anyone to adopt it as a means of livelihood As the narrator himself has it The trainrobbing Profession is not so pleasant a one as either of its collateral branches politics or cornering the market It is not because men are necessarily cowards that they are so easily held the confessor states but because have settee The main condition that makes trainrobbing easy he says is the element of surprise getting the drop not only on the but on the imagination of he victim Doubtless the train robber is right Certainly his story as told by O Henry has the drop on the reader He surrenders without a protest GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty tif water both pond well and springswell in the yard about Jp acres of woodland brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostet ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office r f LITERARY NOTES The April number of floe Twen tieth Century Homo Is quite up to the standard set by the first two numbers Front a long list of con tributors we gather the names of Charlotte Perkins Mian Tiara iIereIliahvisa Harry Thurston Peck the late SurgeonGeneral William A Mann mond Tom Masson and Thoo Idosia Garrisonr1110 articles ono land all art planned for women who have serious interests in life Timer cover many branches of effort in which women have a part 1h illustrations ate unusually numer ous and beautiful Many a sufferer will be grateful for the late SurgeonGeneral Ham paperonTheSels t April number of tho Twentieth Century Home This is only ono of n number of articles of a natur- which one is not accustomed to look for in a womans magazine but which the success of th Twentieth Century Home hn proved the necessity for Of a sim liar nature are The Educated Woman by Charlotte Perkins Gil man Music and the Study of Music by Heinrich Coursed For the Woman Who Roads b v Harry Thurston Peck nntiII Fenc- Ing for Women by Marie Mat tingly Every Catholic reader in the country will find much to interest him and to think over in an article in the April Cosmopolitan Pius X and the Problems of His saleto be an eminent French ecclesias tic but under a penname he is able to write with great frankness upon the present needs of the Roman Catholic Church and the necessity for reform especially in catechetio thye priesthood toward the people His analysis of the now Popes person alty and character is probably the finest and most complete that has yet appeared The Cosmopolitans fight for a Parcels Post in the United States has made a decided impression throughout the country In the April issue the editor continues his forceful telling arguments showing that one cent a pound would be to the government a profitable rate for postal parcels delivery ARRESTED AND JAILED One Edward Mitchell of Bagdad was arrested on Sunday last by U S Deputy Marshal Rousseau True charged with the unlawful sale of liquor Mitchell was brought hero and lodged in jail- SATURDAY NIGHTS FIRE At 1130 on Saturday night a blaze was discovered in the varnish room of the Frankfort Chair Co in the local prison After a stiff fight by the prison fire brigade assisted by the city fire boys the blaze was brought under control involving a loss of some 3000 to 36- 00Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same md seed may seem the same but some plants are weakand thers strong And thats the waywith hildren They are like young slants Same food same home ame care but some grow bigi IImallScotts Emulsion offers an as way out of the difficulty lllld weakness often means tarvation not because of lack f food but because the food oes not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds rid gives the child growing trengthWhatever the cause ofweak less and failure to grow jcotts Emulsion seems to find t and set the matter right Send for free sample Scott Bowne Chemists Pearl St New York and Jioo alt druggists Ih v rz ii c- y I= iIIJwegetablcPrcparationror similating eling the StomaEhs andBowels of PromotesDigestionChecrful nessandRestContalns OpmmMorphine nor Mineral NOT N RC OTIC ehttrrleAlpld rSAl Pumjjan J eAnile JfodiiUeSeto Sttit munl sBIr tn J JjJJtrlmilUdf SeeJ ApcrfcctRemedy for Constipa Worms Convulsions feverishil ness andLoss OF Facsimile Signature ofINEW YORK EXACT COPyOTWBAEPEB CASTORIA 1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought i Bears the Signatureof twThe Kind You HaverIIi Always Bought ii CASTORIA 7f I 1IOUR PROTECTION IS YOUR GAIN Do you believe we can afford to do you an unsatisfactory job of painting or repairing or sell you it vehicle that will not give sat As our future business depends on pleased customers we would be taking an enormous risk did we not fulfill every promise made in these columnsIWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in new work or painting or repairing and we are will ing to allow our work to advertise us s YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE IT PAINTED Our prices are reasonable and we guarantoelour work We are building a nice lino of our own handmade work and can take your order for anything you want besides we handle a full line of the best uptodate eastern work on the market If you need t anything in our line phone or write us and our representative who is in Frankfort every week will cull to see you SELLER CARRIAGE COlac Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy TreasJ A STRONG COMBINATION y THE- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY HERALD J tl1BothOne you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its supe i rlor telegraph service embracing the entirerworldcorrespondents in the Far East withlthe armies and navies of Russia and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 ISend orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher j I f- The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky f J k11 t ftui 01 JoM n IEASTERsdYUU 1 GSI f SPECIAL SHOWING FOR EASTER WEEK i Tailor Suitsk t designsihele Special values fur Easter 30rr ICARPETS FARMERAND RUGS t YouCanPiriYour TOi j E Mjlm fI Flour because it wont r fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniformI Its tested before the mill All grocersi sell it Made only by the iUJ E in nulling GO JIt IN MEMORIAM ij In memory of my cousin James W Beckley who died February 20th 1904 I With folded hands his lifework donei How sweetly hes resting now His Saintlife in Heaven just be gun- Heavensr4 radianoeTon his brow He fought the good fights finished all That God required him to do And gladly at that Fathers call Went down the dark valley through Nevermore the shadow of care i Will work upon his brow But joyous happy evormorq Tis wellso well with him now And in his death so calm so painless I God shows to all who mourn him here stainf4T Death found no sin to conquer here Me thinks that music soft and rp11 Floated sweet down the golden stair i As Angels tuned their harps to IPgreetijAnotht3r Saint who entered Sadly sadly There the livelong day II Fell the dreary dreary rain But the dead they bore away t Was safe secure from harm and ite pain They laid him close beside the BonI He mourned and loved so wellIThe wailing winds soft monologue II Their lonely requiems tell Father and son together lie One plote more grave and then com IThat reunited family To part no morein Heaven will yimeetOh haunting mystery of Death No OEdipus has yet revealed iTho secret of Lifes fleeting breath Lies tior from mortal ken con m cealed Eternal silenceso profound No word no sound no sigh lb No faintest whisper wafted down lj Tells of that Life beyond the sky i B A H I Dr Weavers Treatment Syrnp purifies ihe blood Cerate beali akin eruption Ii f i Shirt Waists Exceptional values in new Wash Waists100 150 to 500 Everyone a new style the Roundabout KENTUCKYA LEGEND N S Cox In a fair land called Caneturkey where grand Cliffs are rent asunder And a river runs with Gladness like a laughing Child at playstood a Wigwam made of birchbark With a door of new tanned Deer skinand a chieftain With his smokepipe sat Upon the fallen birch tree playedIDogwood happy spring- Time come with gladness Cantioant had been in Dreamland while the Baby tired with playing Slept the sleep that children Know Who is this that smiles And dances Glimmering As the elfs of fairyland Fills the air with mystic Splendor lOut upon the andIForgot Tis the spirit of the ages Tho lost prophet of Com nches With the white robes of a Sachem and his medicine Bag of herbs Listen to tho sages voice Woodbum where Arabian Horses browze deepkneed In blue grass pastures Ashland homo of Henry Clay Lexington where first Newspaper called Gazette In 1787 crowned with Honors tried and loyal By the battle of Concord Frankfort beautifullOapitol City burial place of Daniel Boone Maysville Famous fort of Limestone Founded in 178- 7Harrodsburg oldest in Ky Cynthlnna by its founder Robert Harrison named In honor of his daughters Louisville famous for its FallsADAIR was given to the Brave old hunters ALLEN Being the very bravest Next to ANDERSON The BARREN fields were Not considered worth a BATH in the Olympian Springs until BOONE at Big Bonelick made a Fine lot of old BOURBON Whisky sour mash and Rye and then going out On the BRACKEN with Young BRECKINRIDGE made BUTLER drunk CHRISTIAN CALDWEIL swore he would CALLAWAY CAMPBELL unions He said CASEY was the Soberest man in the crowd As well as the best behaved Gentleman t Finally after much persuasion CLARK accompanied CLAY To see the CUMBERLAND AnJ insisting on DAVJESS to Try the tar springs and Go on with them to the Mammoth Cave found EDMONDSON ESTELL asleep FAYETTE was very proud of His tine horses and on a Court day he and FLOYD Determined to win money Or saline sulphur water I Neckwear Turnovers Embroidered Sets Collars Latest Idea- sGLOVESAll shades W S 1For Stocks From FLEMING tobacco And hemp from FRANKLIN And to got tho GALLATIN Crowd to betting if It were possible to do sot So accordingly GRANT And GARRARD told GRAVES And GREENif he was a Regular GREENUP whispered The secret to HANCOCK who lngIHARLAN either at Natural Bridge or High Bridge HARRISON HART met HENRY HICK rAN at the races And made a regular Stump speech accusing HOPKINS HENDERSON of Being a JEFFERSON Democrat g Controlling the sale of all Tobaccos and getting a cinch On corn plows arid hickory ax Handles So JESSAMINE and He fought a duel and spiteOfLAUREL LAWRENCE had Swappedjhoises with LEWIS LINCOLN who owned Crab Orchard and as this made LIVINGSTON mad LOGAN won The bet At night in the Capitol Hotel there was a grand Wedding MASON MADISON Married Miss McORACKEN MEADE and MERCER were The attendants for MONROE MONTGOMERY was in MUHL ENBURG And MORGANS brotherinlaw NICHOLAS NELSON in the was sold for the First time to OWEN- PENDLETON who traded the Whole consignment to PERRY PIKE for the noted Mare Nancy Hanks Who hall once been owned By a certain man named PULASKI who lived in ROCKCASTLE RUSSELL SCOTT Sold his wheat to SHELBY SIMPSON who said it was Spoiled and wasnt worth A continental and proved It too by SPENCER TODD At the TRIGG Tavern After this UNION WARREN Went to WASHINGTON to see WAYNE WHITLEY take his seat In Congress and WOODFORD Became the home of the Most magnificent horseflesh In the completed State of Ky Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 nnd1Ornament and everything for Orchard Lawn StrawIberryplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279lfnr 128m PLYMOUTH FORSALE I have for sale oggs of the Barred Plymouth Rook Chickens First sottingMRS M S RAILEY Ky293t Dress Goods and Silks With Trimmings to match that mark each as an excluisive individual effect Values that can not be equaledr BEST PRICES GOODS These are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim isSto give perfect satisfaction There is no anytimeright we ask you to tell us of it John Driscoll frankfort Ky w l i i p W SaffellsI 31Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Vir ftCannedI Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer V Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses v 4i + Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies 44 W Whiskies and Wines of allages and kinds I- A1 W = TRY OUR FAMOUS I Red Jacket Cider I4 A RN SONSr9lubearnickeElastic and Desk combined- A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination desk and ever made Roomy convenient attrac tive We want to show you poexibililies us about it TREATMENT ROGERS m Y flt Tfifrtt Yr r c A p NEW RIVAL Lot detl Black Powder Shells shoot stronger and reload better r than any other black powder shells on the market because 0 they are loaded more carefully I and made more scientifically I Try them They are 1 Tnt HUNTERS FAVORITE r RELIGIOUS ling t ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Kev A K Chinn Rec tor Easter Sunday April 8 l Holy Communion at 7 am 1080 a m Morning Prayer and Sermon Holy Communion 1180 a m t SUl ln school gathering at 9tt n m Sunda school Celebration 330 EINijft is evening service evening nt 730 Evening Prayer and Lecture At 780 Friday evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool lesson Everybody cordially invitedI FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at n in and 780 p in if Morning subjectwl110 Refash of Our Bodies Night subject A Voice From The Dead The night topic is the seventh in the series of sermons on the gen eral subject Christ Crucified and the Forces of Modern Life Sundayschool at 945 a m in chapelHome and Bible a Class by Mr S F Hutton superlutenlentrAdults and joinI Union will meet at 630 p m in the chapelLeaderDr TA Posey Topic Influences Prayermeeting on WednesdnIat 780 chnIJeJIcity cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevI George Darsie the bein absent theta will be no preachingj at 11 a m The Lords Supper will be observed No evening service Sundayschool at fl80 in tha- chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock in the chapel LeaderMrs John C Hawkins Topic Our Victories Through Christ Prayermeeting Wednesday even Inc at 780 in the chapel Topic My Favorite Hymn and Whyt Tho Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 850 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers in the city SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the Pastor will preach at 11 a in and 78U m v Sundayschool tlfU30 a m Young Peoples Society at 030 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p m Everybody invited to I attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a in Hih Mass 10 a in Vespers 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p rnIFIRST PRESBYTERIAN Rev McClusky IGHURCHD D Pastor In place services the Com munion of tho Lords Supper will be administered at oclock Meeting of Session 1045 a m in lecture room of tho church to receive any one who may desire to unite with the church- Sundayschool at 045 n in Young Peoples Society of Chris than Endeavor 045 p in All the young people invited At 780 Praise Service at which the beautiful cantata The Vision bjlthePrav rmeeting Wednesday at 780 p m I The public cordially invited to attendlrFqHODISr CHURCH Rev 0 J Nugent the Pastor evi- lpreach at a m and iBO f Sundayschool at 980 a m tHIEpworth League will Ladies Parlor at 7 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday nigh t at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomedI M CoAThoro will be meet IYL 1 rDaL b at tho Y M C A on Sunday for boys at 280 and for at 880 boys and men are invited PROVE IT ANY TIME By the Evidence of Frank ort Peo ploJTho daily evidence citizens right hero at homo supply Is proof sufil ciont to satisfy the greatest skeptic No better proof can be had Hero a case Read it Mrs C V Webber of 426 High street wife of C V Webber blacksmith says The dragging down pains in the small of my back were At night I suffered most fairly dreaded often to go to bed for tho aching after I lay down was more than nn ordinary mortal should called upon to endure I could hardly lie on my bash nt sill and I attempted to turn to either side sharp twinges caught me in the smell of my back and as a result I here lain a wll o for hours suffering torture arising in the morning more tired than when I retired A weak ness of the kidneys the secretions being irregular and distressing had bothered me over since I was n child Not until I learned about Roans Kidney Pills and procured box at J W Galyes drug store was I able to find any thing that would give mo relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened the aching until it stopped and good sound refreshing sleep followed The difficulty with the kidney secretions was also greatly relieved As a result my health was erably better than it had considI bfore I commenced of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United StUesReroomber the name Doans and take no other IGOUD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the sent of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently b enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take and it is good alike for young1 mid old For sale by J W Gayle Horse Timers- Chronographs Split Seconds- t Five Minute Repeaters Minute Repeaters- In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY J- Le SELBBRT ding Jeweler r i COUNTY STATISTICS The following statistics are taken from tint County Assessors boot s for 1004 which have lately boon completed Amount bnnds 25710 Amount of notes secured by mortgage lfii7lti Amount of other notes SOijB Amount of accounts 7279 Amount of east on hand 6011- A dopositin SSI0fi3 Amount of cash deposited with other corporations lOSOO Amount of stock in joint stock companies or asso ciations not paid on In companies or associa tions 225025 Amount df stock in foreign corporations 450 Number of acres of laud 123G81 Value with improvements 2466055 Number of cit lots with- ilnprOemellts 1714 Value 2200048 Number of thoroughbred- or standard stallions 7 Value lf50 Number of thoroughbred or standard geldings 1 Valuo 1050 Number of thoroughbred ur standard mares or colts 144 Value 11445 Number of stallions of common stock 7 Value 410 Number of geldings mares and colts of common stock 3081 Value 113480 Number of mules and mule colts 582 Value 80272 Number of jacks 10 Value 740 Number of jennets Value 5 Number of thoroughbred- or standard bulls 2 Value 100 Number of thoroughbred or standard cows and calves 11 Value 225 Number of bulls cows and calves of common stock 5H61 Value 102949 Number of sheep 8639 Value 5652 Number of hogs 4872 Value 23678 Valuo of agricultural implements 8505 Value of agricultural prod ucts taxation after deducting crop grown within a year and in hands of producer 600 hugtfcc 42450 Value of sewing machines 5811 Value of sateS 121 Value of household and kitchen furniture after exemptions have been deducted 137582 manufacturingimplements 45676 Value of pianos and other musical instruments 12454 Value of materials to bet used in manufacturing 80150 Value manufactured ar ticles 262 0 Value of paintings 1325 Value of libraries 785 Valuo of diamonds 3455 542eof 6 Value of gold silver and plated ware 5702 Value of steam engines including boilers 6195 Number steamboats etc 2 Value 515 Value mineral products 500 Value of wines whisky etc not in bonded warehouse 84408 Value of stocks of goods 214525 Miscellany all property not included above 224636 Total value of lands 2466055 Total value of town lots 2290948 Total value of personal property not money 181974- Total value of exemptions on household and kitchen furniture 270138 Grand total of all property assessed 6 80n Number of males 21 years of age 17 S Number of legal voters 178 Number of children beta eon 6 and 20 years 1954 Number of studs jacks and hulls for which ser vice fee is charged 5 Rate per season 41 Number of pounds of to buc co raised during the year 69107 Number of pounds of hemp raised during the year 161450 Number of tons of hay raised during tho year 1888 Number of bushels of corn raised luring the year 73567 Number of bushels of wheat raised during tho your 88511 Number of bushels of oats raised during the year 940 Number of bushels of bar Joy raised during the Number year of bushels of grass seed raised during the VI year 44 Number of autos of wheat raised during the year 1757 Number of acres of corn raised during the year 2161 Number of acres of meadow raised during the year 988 Number of acres of tobacco raised luring the year6r o Number of acres of wood land C02 i c= a 2 a32oo tjiI1Is = 1liifUtntutkyto w W m m Jarmtr and BI+ ttdtr Published at Mttgton Ny by the Reniucfcy PiiblisMttfl Company B w m mP P Johnston Lexington OFFICERS Ky President T C McDow 11i eu Lexington Ky Vice President Lexington City National j Iim1 1 Lexington Ky Henry L Martin Midway Ky Jacob S Estill m Lexington Ky Hector F Hillenmeyer Lexington Ky C C WAPatterson Lexington KyL G Cox Lexington Ky Jouett 1 Lexington Ky J N Camden Jr Versailles Ky mShouse n weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of the farm 1M ers and breeders of the most valuable Wm l t l dwo ==wo w = ee w w n Pleasant to 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Broadwayfn WbenAWoina IeJs Depressed a maladyIts o- fHERBINE KdnoysJ PAUL VEITZEIJCor St Clair Broadway I signature Laxative Quinine that WANTED Men or women local representa tives for n high class magazine Largo oommiPBions Cash prizes Write J N Trainer 80 East Wash ington Square New York N Y i214t V t ff ftt Ijj OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE It IR 1R l Iw For the Roundabout A PLEA FOR OUR STATE AR SENAL While every Kentuokian rejoices 1over tho prospect of Now Capitol Buildings an old resident of Frank fort would make an earnest appeal for immediate attention to our j neglected Arsenal Beautifully located upon a com manding site its turreted architec ture admirably suited to its uses and location it requires very little judicious treatment to bring out its simple beauty and dlgn1ityand to f inako attractive a spot Which as it now stands is a reproach to our j State and Civic pride The character of necessary im provement is clearly indicated by the location and environment Springing as it does from a rocky foundation the color scheme should be an harmonious gray presenting a dignified even stern 1 effect Only a wellkept lawn of l blue grass and evergreen trees in digenous to our rooky hills should f bo called into use and about the base of tho building should be planted hardy vines such as ivy t jon the oldfashioned myrtle This hardy and severe adorn ment alone seems suited to thejl simple and austere character of the spotA low stone wall should surround the grounds and on the river front it should take the form of n retain ing wall which might be made at tractivo by the planting near it of 4in evergreen hedge Both of which would give an appearance of stabil ity a most desirable quality in j public improvements Would not this work be properly that of the AdjutantGeneral so with how little expense to tho State 10 might redeem this place from its present neglect making t cloan and beautiful a spot which would be good to look upon WithI so conspicuous an object would not our City Fathers see the- I necessity of making clean and de cent tho immediate surroundings and later on making a substantial walk connecting with tho hand some jmprovemont mndo by the Company thus giving one clean and attractive r t time is hero the season 1Cemeter mud our community Will not those in charge of rt consider tho sugges AN OLD RESIDENT IDrWeavers Syrup Pnrlfles tho Cerato ointment for the flkln JDont fail to visit tho Millinery f Parlors of Mrs Mandovillo and in spoot the latest styles In spring and t1 summer hats also a choice selection of hair goods of tho lost make Broadway opposito L N Station BOUt r t l iT GREAT OFFER 11 rWo are enabled to olTor great inI to subscribers to the in connection with jduoomonts Evening Post Look A Websters Unabridged Die 1008 Edition 800 1tionury Post daily for one year JUH iRounuabout 11200 100 is loss than tho public would pay for tho Dictionary alone The Evening Post is one of tho ablest and brightest papers in tho State tf III F I J TH THE BRIGHT SUNSHINE OF EASTER GOMES Pile desire to have something new to wear Our stock is corn plete Wool and Silk Dress Goods TailorMade Suits and Skirts White Goods Ginghams and a world of new Wash Fabrics Y S I and Gordon Dye Ho siery Le Triomphe and Perrins Kid Gloves Best makes of Cors- etsWeitzel ODonnell Sole Agents for Butterlck Patterns Fashion Sheets Free LETTER LIST The following is tho list ot letters to he advertised for week ending Saturday April 2 1901 Allen J J Bryant Jim Crook in ore W B Danes Mrs Willie Eastern Agency Embry Mrs Susie 2 Emliry Nolson Gowth Joe- Hayman Minnie Johnson George P Kennoy Mrs V M Lalclloy S Lass Mrs L Mooks Mrs Callie Meyer Mrs D W Miller L W Millet John J Moore Mrs Bob Moore Mollie ONeil John B Pacific Atlantic Telegraph Co Preston Ben A Richard John Roberson Elizabeth Rodes J W Smith A L Speabs R T Stanford Mrs Susie T G K- Vaughah Mrs J W Wiley O E Winter Miss Sallle LucyWoodard Persons calling for tho above let tern will please say U advertised E M DRANE P M CASTO R IABears Blrnaturo of J Dr WeaverB Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions Io WW i Medicines r r IJ I jAny our = rI0f The 241 7 OUR STORE AT ANN and Broadway and tho Le Coinpto and Uaylo Co on tho South Side nmntain WMthe emergency night calls of tho whole city are sorvod M by these two stores and wo t wish to say that the service is maintained not only for iour regular customers hut for all who have need of drugs after closing hours Such service does not pay M us as prices are the same Mday or night In those two MstoroH tho service at night M Is just as competent as that wMhope that the recipients ofrsuoh service will also us with their day patron MM u ir o w hen o vel possible i I JWGAYLEiDRUGGISTr i Ji iOlile P1 IY M C A BANQUET We are in receipt of the following invitation Tho Board of Directors of the Young liens Christian Association desire your presence at aIBusiness Mens Banquet- at the- Y M C A Gymnasium on the evening of Tuesday tile fifth of April One thousand nine hundred and four at eight oclock Frankfort Kentucky Toast Master Mr Frank C Nnnemacher Louisville Kentucky Speakers President T C Arheson Danville Kentucky Judge J H HazelrigR Mr T L Edelen Judge C E Booe Mr Frank Chinn FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 28te 4 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec 15tf COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to tho action of time Democratic primary- CANDLDATE fi2te FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Judge DAN MOORE as n candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to thin action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19to FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Mr D OWEN ROBINSON as n candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the action of tho Democraito itrimary Fob 6toF- OR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOH Jr as n can didate for the ottluu of Representa Live from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party28te CLIMATIC CURES file influence of climatic con umptionispoor patient and tho rich jlatieut too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman Syrup 111oll1lngisso is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion tine to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can bo takingvGorman regu larly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will fled that of the thousands of consumptives thorn time few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists yr h iJr Cwa v intermediate ayP f Thursday1i f WILL BE- t Bargain Special Prices In Every Depart on DaytI J i t l WILLIAM YEOMAN W JIc1iEE 1 The Yeoman Carriage COltFormerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor4ably Known to People of Franklin County J RIGHTLY MADE It Vehicles require no better recommendation than hard Hard servicethonest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than all the printed praise we could bestow them Yon can tldetnilThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing underithe firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1876 we shall fully maintain in the sew eral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting departtments are equipped and we wish to say to our should they favor hus possibleWealso a nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are prely vehicle i Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY ii19ly FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY TIMETABLEt i EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 19C3 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND i Daily No 2 INo IStations No1I Yo 9 Ex Ex Sun Mis Ex Siiml Daily A 3IA P M LeaveI Lenvu Ar II Ar 223i4 0 LIxil1lton 0 1010 605 UO Winchester 0 520 ri Clay Oily 1121I 489 ISI140 Stauton 430 IuJ Natural Brldgo57 801 101A440 Torrent i4i 1029 Biiittyvillo Junction 0 Ul 1130 OJTIICk 1II i21I 225 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY iNo No No No DllilyMIs Mlsty LeIA M Lye P M PM Ar PM Ar 980 2S3 Jaclcscm aso 1120 0 s Ui 0C K Junction 815 1120 15S Wilhurst Ii 1152 15 Hamilton HDS 830I 133 Leo City 510 121 11JI I Heleolmwa 51S 1228 ii5 105 Gunnel City 545 1245 Nut mud 22 will make close connection at 0t K Junction with No and tap points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway r J K BARR General Manager Illinois Central Seventh River Louisville Memphis N O Ltd No tavra in Arrives 715 n in New Orleans Special No t 1201 585p in No Local Mall Let vas 720 a in Arrives p in For Fulton Pmluculi and Connection to mud from Elizubeth on HodgolWlUo Hopklnsvillt no Sunday sorvlco to Hodgen villo Stops at all stations No 111 Accommodation No Leaves 480 p in Arrives 055 a in For Central City Connecting service to Hal ettvlllo and except on Sunday Stops at all stations All Trains Run Daily j h Every it t DaY j ment That toJ A service fully friends points M L CONLEYT Superintendent CHARLES SCOTT GPA 1 JEXPERIENCE 50 YEARS TRADE DESIGNS MARK COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone Bonding a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an ommunloatlonutrlctly patentsPatents theScientific an A handsomely Illustrated weekly largest ell rtoarYorkBranch f BY THE CAR IOAnIKentucky Exhibits 0 ing to tho Worlds hair at St Louis Reports rouoivpd from the head quarters of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission at Louisville prove beyond any doubt that Ken tacky is to have representation at the Louisiana Purchaso Exposition to an extent beyond tho hopes of the most enthusiastic workers in this movement Darin the past week there have moved from Louis ville where material for exhibits agriculturalmineral display During this week there will be sent to St Louis from Louisville two cars of material for the forestry exhibit o second car of mineral specimens while from out in the State there will be sent the follow- Ing A car loaded with the stono for an arch in the Mines Building coalIgrasses for the agricultural display and one hundred and twentythree frames made of different Kentucky woods from Earlington n oar of lend zinc and fluorspar from Critj tendon county a car of coal from foresItryWill be shipped from Louisville another oar of educational exhib its and from Pikevillea car of coal and from Cannel City a car of coal for an arch at one of the entrances to the mineral display As early willibesisting of tine arts relics womans work etc for the Kentucky Building Numerous other shipments- in less than oar load lots made from different points throuJrh1t out the State direct to tion grounds THE BEST FAMILY SALVEe DeWitts Witch Hazel gives in stant relief from Burns cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Tettor and all abrasions of the skin Tn buy sine Witch Hazel Salvo it is only necessary to see that you get the j genuine DeWitts and a cure is cer tain There are many cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quite a few are dangerous while DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is perfectly harmless and cures Sold by J W Gayle THE COLUMBIA STOCK CO The Best Repertoire Company en Tour Opens a Three rights Engagement at Capital Theater Monday April 4 col1ebrntedopen a three nights engagement a the Capital Theatre presenting the great emotional drama made famous by the celebrated emotional actress Mrs Leslie Carter Du BarryThe company is said to be the very highest class repertoire company I now en tour and supports the emi- gent artists Frederick and Edith Julian direct from the Columbus Theatre Chicago which was closed on account of the Iroquois fire few weeks ago The plays prsented are all high class royalty productions and are said to be elaborately staged and the members of the company beau tifully gowned Such plays as Du Barry Res surreotlon A School For Scan dal The Greatest Thing in the World and The Wife are in cluded in the repertoire Seats now on sale at Barretts news depot BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE S LeQuinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health bv invasion of Chronic Constipa tion When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now he- entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25is at all druggists Its Long Strong Stick That Does The Trick a J MATCH Burns a full half minute couponITHE DIAMOND MATCH CO Asheville N C CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL land of the Sky f A superb elevated plateau tho lowest point of which Is two thous and feet chore the level of the sea porIUooThe official government records of the climate of Western North which are unimpeachable give the following av erages Spring 5349 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn F Winter de Vigreeswhole year of 5415 degrees F andI JperA natural paradise where all human ills find quick relief RE ACHED ONLY BY TfIE Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLENI IAsseitant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo RytA CURE FOR HEAACHE Any man woman or child suffering from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take EarlyRisersfamous little Pills are famous be asItern they strengthen and rebuild i by their tonic effect upon the liver GayleaCHURCH SUPPER The Ladles Auxiliary of Ascension Church will give an elegant supper in the Parish House o Easter Monday from 6 to 10 oclock p m There will be some beautiful and appropriate special music rendered The price of admission wit be ton cents and supper will be served for twentyfive cents Everybody is invited to attend and have a nice evening 2 w CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought thed the some womAN FRom THIS COUNTY WILL GO TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS ON A FREE TRIP AT THE EXPENSEOF CINCINNATI COMMERCIAL TRIBUNB This well known and great newspaper send 150 women on n special train for two weeks tear and renders of tho and Sunday Cincinnati Commercial and Cincinnati Weekly Gazette n this county will select a guest to repre sent us ANY WOMAN CAN GO For pnrticnlnrs read a copy of the Corn mercial Tribune or write for blanks and further information to THE WORLDS TOUR EDITOR Care CommercialTribuneCincinnati FOR SALE A surrey Almost new Apply to JAS W WHITEHOUSE 12tf Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate IISuccessful treatment for blood and skin diseases THE SEASONS GREAT OFFER You want the most reliable road lug matter obtainable during this Presidential year The Louisville Herald and 1he Roundabout moo your requirements exactly You can secure The Louisville onetissues and The Roundabout for 250 Daily and Sunday Herald 865 days and The Roundabout for 550 Weekly Herald and Round about for 100 The Heralds reputation for fair and unprejudiced political news is Renthose who are neither can be sure to ob tain from its columns truthful re happeningRrileproposition ever made to the peo plo of this community It is the lowest price ever asked for a met ropolitan newspaper in combina tion with our own During the year 1004 you will want to keep posted to the minute on politico happenings and you can well ailord to pay tho price asked for this in formationThis is made but for a JIm ited time It may be withdrawn without notice Hero is certainly a bargain Take advantage of it Subscribe now Send money to the publisher of fits Roundabout Frankfort f L TAYLORITHE PREMIER WHISKEYKENTUCKYVH ifti= k Frankfort Kentucky t rtl J WINTERS COMINGst v I CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLASS MATCHESkALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G i STAGG I b 10 Ann Street Fraikfor Ky THE Equitable Life Insurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST TE WORLD Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAHAND I PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis a m dally Tho evening trains to seine points 1010 p m daily Double daily service Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale addresstTray Pass Alt Louisville Ky s H C TOWNSEND Gen Pose Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEE- NGEORGETOWN CINCINNATI OHATTANOO G A A T IJA N T A- BIRMINGHAM SHBI2VEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKS T P A 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky h 0 r SOUTHERN RAIL W AYilSt LonisLoniavillc Lines TIME TABLE s Corrected to June 25 1901 A JlLouisvilleNol No5 No am Ii pm pm it Lv Louisville 745 400 780 lAr Bhelbyville 910 528 851 Lawrenceburg 055 620 985IVersailles 1016 642 jf- tiItGeorgetown 1150 740 No No No6 a m p m am t Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 780 025 512 755 Lawrenceburg 043 540 820 720 626 910- Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Nos 5 and Through Observation choir car between Harroda BurginTrain Louisville 745 a m for the throughleepingand Morristown Tenn arrivInbetween Louisville and via Lex ington and ChattnnoogaJ Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 mArPrinceton 100 pm 145 a St Louis 686 p m 732 a m No3 No1 s pmArHuntingburg 255 p m 425 a m 545um 71Q sin- No10 No22 Lv Louisville 600 P 850 a Ar 850 p 1145 amEvansvilla 1025 p 180 pm No9 No112 Lv Evansville 780 a mi 116 p m pmAr i Trains ig and run solid between Louisville and St LouisvilleTrains Nos and 22 Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louisville Day trains between Louisville and St LouisCafe Parlor Cure Night trains between Louisville andSt Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Dare buffet service y applytoHR Spencer S H Hardwiclc GB Alien G P io SflliE A very desirable twostory BRICKlr t RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot tft contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf t 1t1t l IfD ift tT