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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tl tr oJ THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 9 1904 NO 31 THAT MILL AND SUHOOL TRADE f The proprietors of the 7 E M t Milling Co and the city authorities have boon negotiating for KOIIIP time over the mill property located on Ann street and the colored property at the head of Olir owners of the mill property 1Rchool city to give them some and the school property in for the mill buildings and the ground covered by the lately burned elevator The city authorities are said to be willing to exchange on the basis of one for the other without any s money consideration A good ninny residents of that portion of the city bounded by i Ann Broadway and Clinton streets seriously object to the mill dust and soot which arises when the mill is in operation and whioh they claim is depreciating their i propertyThe school property is 14well located for mill purposes he tracks of the L N mid the F O railroads can easily he run to the very doors ofthe building anti the objectionable features would annoy no one It could be easily trans r tformed into a mill As used for school purposes it is dangeouslyyby the large number of colored chil dren who are compelled to daily r pass that way What will be the outcome of the t imposslblttBADLY HURT i Mr F M Jeffries an employe of- the Frankfort Telephone Co was so unfortunate as to havo his right thumb and hand split open by the bursting of a glass battery which he was cleaning out on Saturday last His injuries were attended to at once but he will not be able to timetr ELECTED HOSTESS IIrc After a spirited contest Mrs Bertha M Smith of Richmond was elected Hostess of the Ken tucky Building at the Worlds Fair FridayAwere more a dozen candidates for the place and Mrs rM ry C Haycraft was the contending candidate and the election took place on the 20th ballot A FEW PLAIN WORDS We dislike oxceediniily to do any scolding through our columns hut we can not forbear to make men tion of the disorder which Is so prevalent at the Capital Theatre It is simply outrageous tho manner in which young men and boys behave in that place of entertainment Instead of growing bettor it seems to be going the other way So unbearable had it become that on Monday night last Mr Julian the celebrated actor was compelled to administer a stinging rebuke This he did in such a gentlemanly theapWe realize that jfc is no fault of Manager McNamara for he haRI done all that he could to repress it but it is simply he fault of the officers detailed to see that good order is mhintuinud andChiefcan go to an entertainment and not havo their pleasure and enjoyment destroyed COLUMBUS STOCK CO One of the best repertoire companies that lias visited this city in years was the Columbus Stock Co Its entertainments were all highI class and well sustained PartiouI JUIliansin their line Mi Julian is a cousin of our large and intelligent family of that name and his facial exte rior is strikingly like his kinsmen BUYING WOOL AND HAS SACKS READY Mr H G Davis is wool snmojHehardware store of Messrs P C Sower Co- STATEMENT OF FARMERS BANK OF FRANKFORT In another place we give the statement of that live wide awake and hustling young bank the Farmers Bank of Frankort This bank has only neen in existence a few years and its statement shows that it has done a large and safe business from the start and is on a solid foundation 1 BU5TEI Bl OUff t Is making a great stir these days If you want I Buster Brown Collars Buster Brown Suits- We v will bo pleased to show them to you We know the boy will be tickled to have one for raster morning Collars 15c Suits from 350 to 6 iQueen Quality Shoes k are now ready with all the spring styles in both It Boots and Oxfords Boots 300 and 350 Ox fords 250 and 300 Queen Quality Shoes fit- t I ty R1Ki McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY T LADIES TAILOR r MADE SUITSOu- rnew department of Ladies TailorMade Suits and Skirts has proven a great success The amount of sales on Suits and Skirts has ex ceeded our anticipation The secret is this Our prices are reasonable the workmanship the very best and the styles the newest Special Low Prices For Next Week 88 inches wide Fancy II Suiting a bargain at 50o this week you can I Ibuy them yard at 18 inches wide Etamine in pretty shades light reaolarIII4G inches wide Black Panama Suiting real regularII 390 50 inch wide Light Grey IIII Suiting the kind that always sells at per this week Iyardyard 750 bo inches wide Black III Orepe Voile strictly all wool regular price IIIonlyyard75C our La 25c 25c per 50c SOc IMadeat only 430 made in Black or Cloth Eton coat silk lined 15 Style made in Black Cloth or Voile Coat silk lined and Skirt very price 20 only Rain Coats in ford aud Tan with gle or double capes extra values and SHIRT WAISTS Just received shipment of in all desirable styles White made of Sheer Lawn with tucks and only 100 each Also have other styles very handsome ones at 150 to 500 each Wash Shirt Waist Suits shipment arrived and the styles are very attractive Tan Lawn Shirt Waist Suits made neat trimming i on Waist and Shirt only 350 each We alto have them in White Blue Gray and Black at 300 400 and 500 each Embroideries and Laces Extra Values per yard Muslin Underwear This season we have increased of dies Muslin Underwear and are in a position to offer some rare values CORSET COVERS A quality of Muslin well trimmed with Insertion or Edge only each DRAWERSMade of Muslin hemstitched ruffle pair GOWNS Well made length trimming on and sleeves extra value ouch Also have other grades from upward 810 I I Style Cheviot Jacket regular price only 1250 428 Jacket neatly trimmed regular 1500 Black Ox sin 1000 1250 1600 another Stylish Waists the Waists neatly ished insertion Another handsomely I 5c lOc 15c stock good made good only good yoke Wo are showing a very large ns II PeroaleII I I 1 Lace CurtainsL00A big variety of patterns to 500 per pair Call and See Our Goods C KAGIN BRO No 4143 St Clair St At BridgeFrankfort Kentucky l 1 1 iy r t tPERS0NALO Mr Viil Farmer visited rnln of tivos in Luwrerciburg this week Editor Jno B Drydon Sr went to Cincinnati on Monday fF Mr Anthony Schobert of Ver sallies was in the city Monday Col rJf IIr Blythe of Jraofens berg was hero on Monday Mr H F Hillenmoyor of Lox ington was in the city on Monday Miss Jennie Willmmsof Midway visited here this week Miss Lula Spicer of Midway visited here this week Mr Harry MoCarty of Nicholas ville was in the city Tuesay Mrs Kate Callaghan visited in Louisville this week Col Tas A Scott went to Green up on legal business Thursday Mrs John S VanWInkle of Dan rifle is the guest of relatives here Col C W Fowler of K M Iwas in the city on Thursday IRev Dr J McClusky Blayney to Danville on ThursdayIRev F B chester was a week Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney r was in Louisville on Tuesday on busi nessIRev J Andrew Pope sippi has located on the West Side in our city Mr Paul Duffy who was called to Syracuse N Y by the illness of his father has returned LouisvilleMrs Thos J Brislan this week County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was in the city on Mon day Mr N L McDaniol and family have gone to the country to reside at the Vogler place at Spring Hill VersaillesMrs Lafe Crutoher on Saturday Miss Lizzie Hunt Chinn who hasI boon visiting relatives at Green ville Miss has returned home Mr Ed O Leigh and H V Mc Chesney went to Paducah on Fri day night Col Chas E Hoge attended the meeting of the Worlds Fair Com mission in Louisville on Friday Gen Fayetto Hewitt attended the meeting of the Commissioners- of the Confederate Home on Friday Hon J W Cammack Senator from Owen county was here on TuesdayMr e Kavanaugh of Hoary county vas a visitor here on Tues dayCol Tas A Scott and daughter- Miss Hattie have returned from Hot Springs Ark Mrs Mollie Brown of Worthville is the guest of her brother Mr Wm Williams East Math street Mr Jas N Miles of Lexington was in the city this week the guest of relativesMr Watts of the Pruden tial Life Insurance Co went to Georgetown on Thursday Mrs S W Hager is the guest of Tier sister Mrs C J Norwood in Lexington Mr Chas O Reynolds of Lexington was in the city on Wednes day IMlsR Haqiiah Dean of Owens boro is the guest of Mr J D Ken nedy No 148 Kentucky Avenue West Side Capt M C McCoy has located on rtheWest Side No 246 Kentucky His business will be to run excursions and to tow boats Rev Jno H Burdin and wife of Mt Eden were guests of his aunt Mrs Margaret Schlusher Murray street this week r Misses Nell and Pattie Thomas were the guests of their cousin Mrs O L Powers at Woodlake FridayMr Adams of Huntington W Va was the guest of his brother Rev M B Adams this weekMiss Mary Hutton of Cincinnati was the truest of her brother Mr Samuel E Hutton Third street this week Mr Thos H Locke wife and daughter of Chillicothe Ohio were It guests of Misses Todd West Side this week i Mrs L T West who has been visiting her daughter Mrs R M Bergman in Irvine returned home r TuesdayMrs H Stuart and laugh ter are visiting friends in Louis vl ville Mr Alex W Macklln who has been spending the winter in Florida i has returned home Mr Campbell E James left on V Mo where t ORter lay We will meet his daughter jet Harry t Abbett n Mies Sarah Alcxnmlor of Pleas urnvUIp Him hos woek Hon Li Woollaiui Mrs Johnston linrrctt of Cincin nati wn the most of Mrs Phil Arnold this vook- lol John K feed the hustling attorney of Sholbyvlllo was here this week Miss Virginia Chinn has returned to the BnrtholompwEly School at Clifton Cincinnati Mrs W S PosstMi and daughter have jioiio to Louisville where the little lady will bo under surgical treatment Capt I T West will shortly move his family to his house on Main street formerly occupied bv Mr N 1 McDnniel Mr Win Yeoman of the Yeoman Carriage Co was a visitor hero on Monday and made us a pleasant callMr H IC Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was in the city Monday and called in to see usMrs Luther Black of Bagdad was the guest of the family of Mr Thos E Kenney Third street this week Mrs Margaret Quin of Jetts was the guest of her daughter Mrs W G Goodwin Third street TuesdayMisses M Berryman and Norma Stevenson of Ashland Sem inary Versailles were visitors here on Tuesday Mr O C Kenney who has been in the mountains looking after the lumber for Kenney Bros sawmill returned home Saturday IMiss May Fleming of Louisville been the guest of Misses Chinn Shelby street has returned homeMr R K McClure and son Mr Wm H McClure left Tuesday for Texas where Mr Will Hudson expects to locate Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshall and Charles returned Wednesday from a visit to her par ont Mr A K Marshall and wife in Mason county Miss Sarah Burnam who has been at home for the Easter Holiday has returned to the Bartholo mewEly School Clifton Cincin natiMiss Mary Kerr Hoge has re turned to school at Washington Cltafter spending Easter with her parents Col Chas E Hoge and wife Mrs Sue Graves Misses Alice Graves and Master Lewis Graves left Tuesday for Logansport Ind where they will home in future Miss Virginia Chinn who is BnrtholomewElyIspent with her father Mr Frank Chinn Mr George A Lewisof this office went to Carlisle and Danville this week to inspect the Commanderies of Knights Templar in those cities as Grand Commander Capt Chas C Furr attended the funeral of his old Major Jno D Nash at Versailles on Wednesday They both served in the 21st Kentucky Volunteers Col E L Dud ley commanding Mr Frank Voss of the Frankfort Shoe Co who went to French Lick Springs Ind for treatment for rheumatism was compelled to re turn home Friday night on account of the high water at that place Mr G Herbert Boone and family have returned to Louisville to re side Mr Boone will open an office at No 312 West Jefferson street for general stenographic and tpyewrit ing work Wo regret to lose Mr Boone and his family from our city FACTS ARE STUBBORN If Frankfort People Are Not Convinced by Local Testimony They Differ From Other People are stubborn IFactd may be disputed can be disproved- A fact is always hedged about with proof Has to stand the test of Investigation Or it drifts to the realm of doubt Investigate clcselj the following The closer the scrutiny the more convincing the results A Frankfort citizen speaks here Speaks from experience and con viction Mrs Santo Moore of 339 High St wife of J W Moore now retired says I procured Doans Kidney Pills at J W Gaylos drug store for my daughter Hester whose symp tons of kidney complaint left no possibility of doubt as to what kind of medicine she required The most distressing difficulty was with the secretions the kidneys did not seem to act I can speak positively about the results obtained from Doans Kidney Pills They are a remarkably flute preparation I will be only too pleased to give minute particulars to any lady who wishes for them Any remedy which carries out the claims made for it as thoroughly as Doans Kid ney Pills deserves the endorsation of the public For sale by all dealers Price 60 eats FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other Irf FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER t 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 DUZLAP RATS Are the standard of the world We are show ing some twelve styles altogether exactly the same as those now on sale at the Dunlap stol e in New Yor- kMAZ11HATTAN SKIRTS 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 J30YX BA S20JSS Are sold in more of the big city stores than any other make in the land They are dis tinctly Smart Shoes for men All the popular leathers and lasts are ropresented in both Shoes and Oxfords Shoes 500 and 600 Oxfords 500I Haolzott Oarhart Co Clothing The 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 cansee 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 Kr McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFURT KYI j Lkafks Sidney Globes Guaranteed Cure for allKidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE ITwo doses give relief and one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and all irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold ut oenta per box on the No Core No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug Stores Frankfort Ky May 2ly IARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If you are a dyspeptic you owe it to yourself and your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys the dys peptics friends because his disease sours disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Oure wlllttbt only cure dyspepsia indi gestion and sour stomach but this palatable reconstructive tonic dl gestant strengthens tho whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tho food you eat is enjoyed It is dl Rested assimilated and its nutrient properties appropriated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Fur sale by J W Gayle A LOVE LETTER Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suf fered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Buoklens Arnloa Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25o at all druggists ai 1PIm KENTUCKY WORLDS FAIR NOTES The headquarters of the Ken tucky Worlds Fair Commission will be moved this week from Louisville to the Kentucky Build ing on the Exposition grounds at St Louis The Secretary and Di rector of Exhibits will open offices in the Kentucky Building with his assistants and therfeore from this date all exhibits for either the Kentucky Building consisting of fine arts womans work relics books etc or for the different ex U hibit palaces consisting of miner als agriculture educational die plays forestry etc should be shipped direct to the exposition The railroad companies require a iprepayment on all freight ship ments from the point of origin to ftI the building for which they are destined in the exposition grounds Any railroad agents will compute these charges for exhibitors A Mrs Bertha Miller Smith of t f Richmond has been elected his r tess of the Kentucky Building at the Worlds Fair after a most spir ited contest before the Kentucky Commission Mrs Smith is the widow of Dr A W Smith of Rich mond who at the time of his death was Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the Order of Elks for Kentucky She is a woman of culture and re finement of most prepossessing appearance and will certainly add both grace and charm to the New Kentucky Home at this great show Besides Mrs Smith there will be two other ladies in the Kentucky BuildingMrs Fanny A Caroth prs of Bard town as Superintend nt of the Womans Work exhlhit and Mrs Mary A Burton of Leb anon in charge of the Informa tion Bureau on the first floor The next meeting of the Commis sioners will be held in the Ken tucky Building on April 80 at JO oclock This is the opening day of the Exposition and the business session of the Commission will be over in time for the board to attend the opening ceremonies to be pre sided over by a Kentuckian President David R Francis President fIbuttonl At this meeting of the Commission a program for Kentucky Day at the Exposition Thursday June 2 will be decided upon The only definite part of the program thus far agreed upon the playing of My Old Kentucky Home on the big pipe organ in Festival Hall and the singing of the song Green Ken Miss1frKategomery Ala a former Kent ck- t ian who is known to fameas Katydid This song will doubtless be sung by a well known Louis vllle tenor At a meeting of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission last Frl day it was decided to limit the classes of live stook that would be entitled to duplicate premiums up to the amount of 7600 from the State appropriation to horses mules jacks jennets cattle sheep hogs and angora goats These dup licate premiums will be limited to Kentucky stook In order to par ticipate in the distribution of this J 7600 appropriation duplicate en tries must be sent to J B Boles Commissioner in charge of UTe I stock Bardstown Kentucky prior f to August 1 1t r i 1 iiC rsM aL i W1 2 IiII f M n- r AS Ta Mr C 1 1 r THE C3QEETITY S ED JOHNSON CO SALEContinues If you have not tecen here it is time to come Dont delay Bargains bargains await your early coming Dont t hesitate Moral lIe who AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME J n I sb JOHNSON CO KILLTH COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS j KingsNew 1Oi1SUMPTiN Price Oc1JOO Free Trial and Quickest Cure for all and liTTHG TROUB 118Urest MONEY SACK r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A no Chinn 4Sunday April10I11 It tu mon Sundnysohoolat9BOa m 780 Evening Prayer and Sermon r Wednesday evening at T80 Even LooturerAt 730 Friday evejiing ILeoture Si cart study of Sundayschool lesson Everybody cordially invited tir FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m a J Morning subject The Goodness of God Lending to Repentance Evening g ibjoot Religion As J Applied By the Prophet Mioah topic is tine eighth in the series of sormons an the general subject Christ Gruuiiied and the Forces of Modern Life Sundayschool at 345 1a m in chapelIDeparbrneut and IBible i i Class Taught by Mr S E IHutton gers superintendent invited to join Adults nI nnd6tran1l Baptist Young People will meet at Op chapeL Leader Georcie L Roberts Topic Cuurcfc Hospitality ilir Prayer tweeting on Wednesday a evening At 780 oclock iin tho ohapALr aud everybody iin the city cordlalljr invited to attendI CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev John S fitiouse of Lexington will preach at 11 a and 730 p tit- The LordsSupper will bo observed No evening serviceIti Sunday school at 930 in ttoe chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets At 1 oclock in the chapeL LeaderC O Flirt Topic How the Worlds Stand Christst even chapelrplesbip Tile Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 380 o1 clock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend these services and specially strangers In the city SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the Pastor will preach at 11a m and- x80 p mtYoung Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 m Everybody invited to attenQC CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 730 a in High Mass 10 a mIt Vespers 7150 p in Sundayschool at 2 p m 1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN McCluskyral ail at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 046 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris nIm All the invitef night 780 p m fKi toIatteitclMETHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent the Pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 030 a in Epworth League will meet in Ladles Parlor at 730 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y M C AThere will be meetings at the Y M C A on Sunday IImenAll boys and men are inv- itedBERTMS 1 BUTLER In Cincinnati OhioI Mrs Jane Butler widow of Mr Edward Butter of this city sister of the late Mr James MI Hollywood She was also an aunt of Mr R J Lynch of this city- LEAVYIn Kansas City Moon Saturday April 2 Mr Lawrence Leavy son xf Capt Samuel T Leavy and wife of this city aged about 27 YJarsIMr Loavy was a splendid speci men of young Kentucky manhood devoted son and brother The funeral and burial took on afternoonI tholaffiioted les Ky on Monday night Major inyears1MajorU LientenantlCoAt the time of his decease he was in the pmploy of the Internal Revenue Department as IT S Storekeeper He had been suflprinu rom- hurrippe rind pneumonia Ho was honorable and upri gentleman whose tinny friends regret to learn of his deathIHe leaves a wife and several grown children MOORE At the home of her pa rents in Louisville on yesterday Miss Rophronia Moore daughter of Mr Franklin Moore formerly ofIthis city ago 10 years of consump ion With every boys knee pants suit I Davis gives one of those harmless Pom Mom stuns They are nice for target practice 81lt v CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends who were so kind to us in our late sorrow MR AND MRS JNO L JONES AND FAMILY WOMANS CLUB MEETING The regular monthly meeting of he Womans Club will be held in tilE club room Monday April ntftoolok A full attendance is desired as the annual election of officers will take place and other important business will be tran sacted Immediately after the bsiness meeting on adjourned meeting will be held at tho resi dence of Miss Marin Lindsey where tho Musical Department will entertain the olubtCONVICTED John Follis on trial in the circuit court for stabbing Robert Se mones was adjudged guilty and One of 500 and six months in jail was awarded as the sentence by the jury on yesterday BIRTHS BRAWNEE In this city on Tuesday to Mr G M Bruwner and wife a son- GOODWINIn St Louis Mo on Sunday April 3 to Mr Walter F Goodwin and wHen daughter DIRECTORY MEETING The Directory of the Womans Club will meet in the club room this Saturday afternoon at 8 oclockIPAROLEDGAMBLERS WIN Goo W Miller the Lexington gambler who was sentenced to the Pen fo44wo yearswas on yesterday paroled out by the Board of Prison CommissinoGTs after serving only- a few days 100 EXCURSION TO LOUIS VILLE SUNDAY APRIL 10TH On above date L N will sell round trip tickets to Louisville for 100 Good on their regular Sunday train Leave Frankfort 755 n beIy f Frankfort Clerk PLEASANT ANNOUNCEMENT The Ithaca fN Y Concert Co will give a musical recital under the auspices of the Young Ladies lJaptistIevening May 2d Further announcement will be made litter on This will be a rare musical treat Try one of these odd suits for then at just half price at I Davis They extra good suits but leftover 811 SHINGLES Hammond Co have nearly ONE MILLION SHINGLES in stock They have six different grades Call or telephone Wilkinson Street 80 1m GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky their main source Is the liver and all the tine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy had liver or the hundrodandone ill effects it pro duce You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the saute time Your liver must bo in fine condi tlon if you would feel buoIUHIhappy and hopeful bright light of stop vigorous and success ful in yuur pursuits You coo put your liver in flue condition by using Greens August Flowerthe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a curtain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It hits been a favorite household remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure ou a liberal supply of good flpliit Trial size 25c regular bottles 75o At all druggists lyr FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on re quest Confidontialoorrespondenllc especially with physicians soli oiled Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dopt Ilf 1135 Broadway New York City MAIN ST FRANKFORT KY L C WHITNEY CO SOLE CONDUCTORS r 1111111111 iJStomach Troubles curedDYSPEPJIACURE Under allcurableconditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Hilllard cured by Kodol t Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected t the use of his heart Kodol KODOL rtgeerjwzMYonGt For sale by J W Gayle druggist cat5ir Crt X ABears the Athe Iw Arrays ddc4 r Attentionfarmers WE ARE READY TO SUPPLY YOU WITH TOBACCOCANVASS Wo have a largo stock of six t different grades andIthe lowest prieesryou just what you want W T ReadingD- RY GOODS- CHINAWARE 315 Broadway Opposite the Capitol at r ANNOtNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R jDJItECf TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday toW n in leave Saturday 200 pm arriving at Havana Monday morn i onewaythroughrates Free Illinois Central R Rh Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving nil 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 the Illinois Central R B SeniU for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central and auspicesofRnmond Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or theIMaclilily March 4th for California via tho Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete hi every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sinus to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and the Southern Routa every Wednesday Item Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWednesdn NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for tho tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti hule trains with through cars bulletlibrarysmoking war service and all mealy en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- GULFPORT MISS atGulfportiu f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot audi t telephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping anti buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send l illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Cur Service via Memphis for book ofhealthFULL PARTICULARS Unbetrill or by addressing tho nearesttof the undersigned representatives of the Central- F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P New Orleans A H HANSON G P A ChillagoJNOMemphis arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorsecents per package For stele by 3tY Gayle and LeCompte Gay WFianKfoKRoundaDout IEntere at the postofike at Frankfort Ken tucky ccou class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pu h FRANKFORT APRIL 9 1903 THE K 11 CONCLAVE Many Knights Coming Railroad Rate From Any Point in the State Will be- TripISeveral of the Commanderi of Knights Templar out in the State who have not as yet engaged quar ters for the annual conclave which meets in this city on the 18th of May are beginning to bestir them selves and in the next few days will let it be known how many swords they will have in the line of paradeRyan No 17 of Danville which has recently move into its handsome new quarters will send not les s than twentyfive Knights and possibly more with- many ladies Webb Commandery No2 oti Lexington on Tuesday evening elected Sir W T tit We 1Ilist its Eminent Commander for this vearand as Tom is a first olus hustler we may expeut this vener able body of Templars to be well represented in the paradeji Carlisle the baby which was organized October 5th with nine memberst now has twentythree Sir most of whom will be in line on the 18th of May one of whom will ibe Sir Wyatt MInsltoe the Division Deputy Internal Revenue CollectorI tso well known in this cit The railroads all over the State have made a rate of one fare for the round trip to this city which should insure a large attendance ANOTHER TRAVESTY ON JUSTICE On Tuesday last Hon Jas A Violett had his second trial for shooting at Mr Wmgate Thomp son some two years ago In the first trial Mr Violett was given 500 fine and six months in im jail The Court of Appeals unanimously reversed the case and plainly indicated that they thought the indictment should either be din missed or a nominal fine assessedC Upon the second trial almost the identical arrangements were made and the case was so flimsy that it was submitted without argument by both sides it being universally expected that the jury would acquit torassess a nominal finett But to the surprise of almost ev erybody the jury again assessed a fine of 250 and placed the impris onment at the same six monthsf as beforethe only difference being in the extent of the finetAn appeal was at once taken by Col J A Scott and Mr John W Rodman Mr Violetts attorneys This is denominated justice when repeatedly men have been killed and not a thing done with J their murderershere a man simply shot AT another and lo he catches it square between the eyesf O tempura Ol mores t SAVES TWO FROMDETHI Our little daughter had an al most fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed wo saved 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 dis eases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine Ion earth Infallble for Coughs lord Colds 50o and 100 bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bot freety1 Cured Disb ease paring Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heartdisease is curable but in people of advanced it does not readily itself to ordinary treatment ts however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak an diseased heartsibut it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left there with wife to visit m RoanokeVaexpected to live to return to the dear old listedIcured a few bottles ofital o the Nen in and Tonic After uslni one or two bottles IH spairedofsisted on keeping it up which 1 did1m provement soon began in earnest and I took of s xteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 7 years old Iam comparatively a Yo are a and cheerfully recom sufferinihumanity bottleDrAddreDr BEAUTIFUL HOME WEDDING attenda beautiful home wedding on Wednesday afternoon at oolook MrtRoss A NcCallutnof Dayton Ohio and Miss Kathnryn JuliattDryden youngest daughter of Editor John Mceof First Pres byterian Church performing th ceremonyswas a very quiet hom wedding only a few intimate friends being present outside the immediate family The groom comes highly recom mended as a sterling and indus trious young business man who is making his way in the business world of his home city The bride is a pretty and deserv young ladymodest and sensi For several years she has been an employe in time Roundabouti Call office and has duty in an admirable way She is industrious painstaking and do mestic in all her tastes She will make her young husband an admirable and loving helpmeet The wedding presents were nu 1Shortlyhappy pair left over the F C Railway for Dayton where Mr Mc Callum has already fitted a home and they went to housekeepC ing at onoetOur May they live long and prosperE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT TEACHERS MEETING Attention is called to the pro gramme of the Ashland District Teachers Meeting which will beheld in this city in the Chapel of City School Building on Tues day Wednesday Thursday and FrI- day April 15 to 18th inclusive The programme gives all the information needed All arrangements have been made make this the best meeting yet held HAS FUN WITH THE NEW FAD We learn that our old friend Mr Lucien Waggoner Sr of Danville has become A golf fiend and spends a good deal of his time ev day in the game of shinny solitaire We wish him a long and happy life May his shadow never grow less GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springswell in the yard about 15 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 Greea For terms 4apply MEETING OF THE ASHLAND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION In Chapel of City School Building Frankfort April Jo and 10 190- 4orrrCElts Supt J n Clark President Lexington Ky E K Jones Vice President Switzer Ky Miss Lanra Jones Second Vie President Owenton Ky S C Stevens Secretary ar Treasurer Lexington Ky PROGRAMME Music InvocationRev William Crowe- Music Welcome AddressSupt S L FroJgoRespunseSupt M H Bourne Music Enrollment and appointment committees Comparative advantage of sing and trioounty instituteSupt I Paxton discussed by all Supe intendents present Noon intermission Music Tendaors AssooiationSupt W E iams Owen ton Discussed Miss Lillio Rouse Fayette E A Scott Henry Prue H Brawner Frank lin Miss Anna May Simms Bour bon F R Parks Fayette The Ideal Country SohoolMrfl L D Stucker Franklin Di cussed Miss Minnie Pollard Old Bondbon Miss Ella Williams Fayette Lee Kirkpatriok Henry Miss Eva Scott Owen Music Consolidation of Rural Schools S C Stevens Fayette Discussed Miss Mary Hearn Miss Lizzie BettieBradley Henrye Law Supt J H Fuqua Franklin Discussed in lice minutes speeches by Superintendents of Association Music Reading and StudySupt J A Sharron Paris- PerceptionMiss Louella Cloud An interesting night programme will be arranged by local committee Kentuckys Great Need Bette- Attendance and How to Secure I Supt M A Cassidy Lexington Discussed in five minute speeches by Association The Relation of Parent Pupil and Teacher Supt R L Garrison Georgetown J W Taylor Henry i Annie B Fogg Franklin W F DeMoss Fayette Julia Miller Bourbon Tire Bible in the Public Supt M B Hifner School Visitation from Superin tendents StandpointSupt Blake more Old bum county From Teach Standpoint Miss Bettie Hughes Georgetown Scott Address by Prof R N Roark State College Consumption The only kind of consumption to fear is neglected consumption People are learning that con sumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsio- It once has in thousands of ases turned the balance in savor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emul ion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul ion checks the disease while it can be checked Send for free sample SCOTT UOWNE Chemists 09415 Pearl Street New York and ft no all druggists r 4fY eThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been Iin use for over 30 years has borne the signature of j tdandhas been made under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy jAllow no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and U Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infant l and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA r Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic ufsubstance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind IeColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Jand Flatulency It assimilates the Foo l regulates 1Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend theIGENUINE CASTORIA D A Bears the Signature of pThe KM You toe Always Bought rIn Use For Over 30 YearsfTNKCT New r 1 OUR PROTECTION f IS YOUR GAIN fa Do you believe we can afford to do YOU an unsatisfactory Job of painting or repairing or sell you a vehicle that will not give sat customersepromise made in these columns rWEONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in new work or or repairing and we are will ing to allow our work to advertise us YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE IT PAINTED Our prices are reasonable and we guarantee our work We are building a nice line of out own handmade work and can take your order for anything you want besides we handle a full line of the beRt up to date eastern work on the market If you need representatived S iI il1c1Versailles r H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Tress a l WINTERS COMING iIn CARRY tGRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS Itt TONGS WINDOW GLASS 11 nMATCHES I ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING 1 AMERICAN FENCING at FRANK G STAGG c 10 Ann Street Frankfort Ky I I i jI 1An Interesting Week Having had a most excellent season on ReadyMade Suits We have provided for next week some special values for you 25 Suits for 20 3250 Suits forS25 The same high style suits wo always show Money saver for you f CARPETS W parents Is In sizes 8100 THE CO Pa FOR Y MCA The friends and members of the j Y M C A gathered in the gym r nasium of the on Tues j night and enjoyed a feast of reason and flow of soul The exercises werd opened by an address of welcome by l Godfrey who introduced J Mr F C of Louis as toastmaster filled the bill to and to the Queens taste keeping the audience in a tine humor from start to finish Admiral C Todd was ti the first speaker of the evening and his remarks were both and amusing Admiral Todd was followed in Booe of this city The was made by Prof J C of Danville The whole affair was managed the viands and and every time left with an sense of benefit as well as h FINE f Mrs J S Goodrich has been very from the effects of an abscess Tuesday afternoon last Dr T It C Evans of Louisville and Dr J S Coleman of this city assisted by t rs Hume Ely and Jenks performed an which line proved very successful and Mrs 1 Goodrich is Mrs Good is a fister of Messrs O C and E Kenney of this city MANS The many friends of Col John W Pruett in this city his old home are him upon his ap to 1000 position as in the Collector of ternal Revenues office of the Louis ville district Col Pruett is in every way for the place Dr Wearers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals ekla eruptUafc d y r0 1 r r The Shown by UR are pretty We have just received some new ideas in these that are worth the Tno waists wo show at and 150 Cannot be equalled w s FARMER Easily Tired rundownJ inasortorctroniolnvalidistn Walthars Peptonized Port torgeneraliny Waltbcr two PEPTONIZED SALE BY J W GAYLE BANQUET association 0day impromptu vSecretary Nuneinacher IVIIle Nunemaoher perfection instructive r HazehiKgJudge tE admirably delightful appetizing agreeable enjoyment OPERATION Will improving tirich tTFRANKFORT congtatulting pointment bookkeeper In competent 1l Wash Shirt Waists unusually inspection WALTI4ER Pittsburgh Chapman operation SUCCESS CIRCUIT COURT Circuit court convened on Mon day afternoon There is a heavy civil docket but an unusually light criminal one The following gentlemen compose the grand Jury Colby H Taylor foreman James Stafford John Hogan W C Lutkemier Henry Penn Sandy Holton Chap Thomas Josiah Penn Sanford Polsgrove Wood MoGinnis Taylor Wingate Chas Wright The following gentlemen compose Jury No1 Ambrose Polsgrove Robert Snelling Jerre Taylor William Quarles George Bell Er nest Moore William Power Wm L Crutoher James Harp John Thompson William Parrent Henry RodgersThe compose jury No 2 R H Berryman Lon Harrod Brush MoDaniel George Huffman Thomas Hawkins Smith Gordon W K Toombs Dave McAllister Berry P Witt J W Nickels John Lucas Richard Thomasson COUNTY COURT DA Y Monday was county court day and there was a very large attendance of country people Quite a lot of horses cattle mules and sheep were un the mar ket The prices reached were not very satisfactory and not a great many transfers were made WHEN YOU GO INTO A DRUGSTORE To get a of Painkiller ex amino it carefully to if it is made Perry Davis and dont be pommeled to take something IJust as good1 because it is a few cents cheaper is only one Painkiller Perry Davis Large bot tles 25c and 50- oDREARY EASTER Sunday last was Easter and was about the coldest and dreariest Easter we ever remember There was a cold raw wind blowing all day which made it uncomfortable for the Easter hats etc n Mohairs and Silks Are tho sensible serviceable and stylish materials for Shirt Waist Suits We import our Mohairs direct Every quality the best for the price Some new effects for next week Tak PeptonIzed Port and PORT closing bottle see by There MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL CINCINNATI 0 MAY 1114TH 1904 For the above occasion the Frankfort dt Cincinnati Railway will sell round trip tickets from Frankfort to Cincinnati for 375 DATES OF SALE May 1114th LIMIT May 16th 1904 S E HUTTON G F P A 31td THE THRUST OF A LANCE Is scarcely more agonizing than the recurrent pains in the abdomen improperfoodwater The immediate cause of cramps and colic Is often the dis gasQuickry Davis Painkiller Careful housekeepers give it the place of honor in the family medicine chest DR E C ROEMELEI Office and residonco above WEITZEL ODONNELL TELKPIIONKS Main St Old 184 Non 136I Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 Trees by the million Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn find Garden No agents Straw berry and general catalogue on ap plication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar 128m PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS FOR SALE I have for sale eggs of the Barred Plymouth Rook Chickens First class fowls Price 75 cents for setting of 15 eggs MRS M S BAILEY Ky293t House Cleaning time We will help you next week by riving some special values on Ingrain and Brussells Carpets On these a saving to you of 20 per centCan you afford to miss this op portunity BtST are the three rules which rule this in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no right we ask you to tell us of it Ky 1 Canned Goods of all kinds in the it Monarch and White Horse Brand 0 jfe New Jbe Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds II t TRY OUR FAMOUS ww 7It N 4 P r TubatWrnicke Elastic and Desk A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination desk and bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attrac tive We want to show your us about it AND RUGS PRICES GOODS TREATMENT IThese anytime John Driscoll Frankfort i Sa1fe11sIOur PremierY 4JRocquefurt Rudolph = j Red Jacket Cider I R ROGERS tt SQNSt Bookcase combined pauidbiliffts = L Iv t 5OOOOO- 1i Cash Given Away to Users of LION COrFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but f In Addition to the Regular Free rem erns the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be f TWO CHEAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St touts Worlds Fair the second relates to Total fi Vote For President to be cast Nov 8 1004 2000001 will be distributed iu each of these contests making 4000000 on the two and to make it still more interesting in addition to this amount we will give a I I Grand First Prize of 6 m Five LionHeads fIi cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle your in addition to the reg ular free prem- iumslito one vote in rcontest WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What will be the total July 4th attendance at the St Louis World Fair At Chicago July the attendance was 233273 For nearest correct estimates received in Woolson Spice Com panys office Toledo Ohio on or before June 30th we will give first prize bertha nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize 152500001 100000 2 Prizes350000 each 100000 5 Prizes 20000 100000 100000Io Prices 2000 100000 1000 250000 d ifs keg = 600 eooooo 12139 PRIZES TOTAL 2000000 4279 PRIZES 4219 I 5000Ii EN oOLSobEqTEST COFFEEDEPT OHIO t t DISTINGUISHED MAN ANDI TALENTED WRITER Col Thos M Green one of the ablest and most fearless writers Who ever was prominent in Ken tuoky is dying at his home in Dan- Ville Col Green was about 75 years of age He was closely re lated to the great Marshall family his mother being a Miss Marshall He was for a number of years just after having graduated with the highest honors of College the editor of the old Frankfort CommonwealthLater and edited the Maysville Eagle His last editorial corleFpondIGazette He was an of considerable- re Town having written the Span ish Conspiracy and several vol umes of history of the Marshall and other prominent families of this State and of Virginia He was a warmhearted and true gentleman but one who had labored Under the great disadvantage of deafness from his We knew him well and admired him greatly J awayThursday CLIPPING Mr George A Lewis of Frank fort Most Eminent Com madder of the Knights Templar of Kentucky Was In Carlisle Tuesday the guest of Carlisle Commandery Mr is one of the leading Masons iu the State and is a highclass gen tleman Carlisle Mefuury Thanks Bro Keller PROTEST The Capitol Commission entered a protest against allowing the J E M Milling Co to rebuild their elevator on the old ground and against the mill itself allowed to remain in its present location 4 IIcontests VOTE What will be the total Popular Vote cast for President votes for all candidates combined at the election Novembers In election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest cor rect estimates received In Woolson Spice CoStoffico Toledo 0 on or before Nov 51904 wo will clvc lor nearest cor rect second prize to thenext nearest etc etc as follows First Prize SecondPrlre 100000 2 Prizes S5OOOO 5 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 5000 100000 OO Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1000 250000 1800 Prizes COO 900000 2130 S2OOOOOO OF t Center author youth Lewis being 100000 SLIGHT BLAZE At 448 on Thursday afternoon an alarm from box 12 called the depart ment to the residence of Mr Z J Montgomery corner Ewing and Second street where a boiler of soap grease had run over and Ig nited in a detached washhouse The damage was slight and was caused more by the smoke than anything else Beautiful white goods for shirtwaists at IOc I2J2c and 25c a yard at I Davis 81lt u ELECTED Mr Creed Fleonor of Bo ling Green has been elected Superin tendent of Construction of the new jvillbeELECTED PRESIDENT The Board of Trustees of Central University met at Danville on Thursday and elected Rev Fred W Hinitt D D of Fnirfleld Iowans President of that un iversity to succeed Roy W C Roberts D D deceased Dr Hinitt is said to be a very able man TOWN CrOCK NUISANCE Is Frankfort a city a village or a hamlet This question arises from the fact that we have no town clock or at least none that can depended upon for the time For nearly or quite a week the old clock we had has not done bus moss and when it was operating it was either about a quarter of nn hour too fast or the same distance tot slow Every village of 1000 inhabitants in this section has a well regulated town clock that people can rely upon for the time Why can not this city do as well WaverDr Treatment Syrup for the blood Cersts for skin ernptloM 1iIr Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Package The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your es u1 timate is recorded PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST estimate 1 J250OOO 1 each PB- IZEStTOTAL COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS EVERY PACKAGE TOLEDO SUPERINTENDENT ascertaining 1 THROAT SORE Theres no telling what a sore throat will do if you give it U 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 youforAvoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50c Horse TImers ChronographsSplit Five Min ute Re peatersMinute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY E Be SELBERT Leading Jeweler t 1 II r IIRIS cA S1 D l il s ULJ w bJl rfi iTHE FRANKFORTROUNDABOUT AND THEi1li LOUISVILLE WELY IERALU Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its supe rior telegraph service embracing the entire world corresponcents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russa and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 Send orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky 4wr5 Pleasant to take k r Laxat1ve Syrup tv 11AskAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about axno- rmal action of the bowels wh n minerals and thehrsalts are irritating to the intestines cJ LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringp i IWBloatedYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than H any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PERBOTTLE iV nn f WORMS WHITES Ji Hoit In uaant J1jlaFor 20Years Has Ltd all Worm Romedns fllOXiZD 33ST ALL aR TGG = i1TltJIaftd br JAMES F BALLARD St LoutswrPAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway ij1 QDQpIiSSQd eJs 6 j A has frequent headaches bad of nerves lack or miladyItsDont tall to get today Rt your druggists a bottlo HERBINEKfclneyaandtecll1ko now woman after taking the first bottle j50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway lIf genuineLaxative the remedy that cure a cold In sae Ctay CREA- MVERMIFUGE WANTED representatives swWriteington Square New York N Yr214tr rref i ff l Jr 1111 11 i 1 Il J tfOUR STOCK is COMPLETE 1gNZ rw STATEMENT OF BUSINESS DONE BY FRANKFORT I POSTOFFICE fThe following is a statement of re ft ceipts and expenditures of the Frankfort Ky postolfloe for the year ending March 31 loot Receipts I v To sale of stamps stamped envelopes etc 28331 93 periodical 211 80 1Pobox rents 826 10 To drafts collected 5 92 28875 75 Disbursements By salary of postmaster 2675 00 By salaries of assistant So postmaster and clerks 4917 58 By expense of free delivery service 4041 21 By expense of railway 867 88 t By expense of special delivery service 230 00 By miscellaneous ex pense 9 45 i By error 18 By remittance to Cincin nati O 16184 94 I 28875 75 trotal receipts for year March 81 1904 28875 75 Total receipts foryear end Ing March 31 1903 26683 21 r f Increase over last year 2192 54 s Increase in business for Y i two years 6493 47 Money Order Business 4793 domestic ordqrs is t7sued 28858 96 Fees on same 26261 f tTotal 29121 57 orders paid and repaid 28894 491 48 international orders issued 909 E8 00sTotal 919 56 Respectfully E M DRANE P M lJhei Y M C A MEETING s1 Preparations are being made for meetingjrl t1safternoon A speaker has been se rl is rated one of the very best speakers to me in the State f Prest John C Aoheson of Cald well College Danville will de 4 liver an addressand as Prest Aoh eson is already known in Frankfort W the mere announcement of his name insures a big crowd He was t c1ff1t one of the speakers at the Business 1J Mens Banquet it the Y M C A f on Tuesday evening 8Ikya Itmen are invited Dr Weavers Syrup v I Forties the blood Centeoiatmehtforthealda LDO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put oitill to morrow wlut you can do today is now gen erally presented in this form VDo r it today That is the terse P vice we want to give you about hacking cough or demoralizing that11 with which you have been gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy 1forit todayand let that remedy Dr Boschees German Syrup wt which has been in use for over years A few doses of- it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued j use for u few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread c consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before I in thousands of apparently hopeless r cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25o regular size 75o At yrt ITTrIlLi BRIGHT SUNSHINE OF EASTER COMES The desire to have something new to wear Our stock is com 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 Hoc siery Le Triomphe and Perrins Kid Gloves Best makes of Cors- etsWeitzel ODonnell Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Fashion Sheets Free IIJETTER LIST The following is a list of advet Used letters for the week ending Saturday April 9 1H04 Black Robert Clark Mrs Annie Coleman Miss Christine Edsons Mr Houp Mrs Addie Inman B A Johnson Mrs Allie Lawson Curtis Long Matilda Moore One Marvin Mrs Emma Million Miss Harriet Martin Tommie Myern L J New Ideas Estable Contest Owens W L Polsprove Rosa Sheridan Jobe Scott Ellen Trato Santo Thomas S J Tucker JanieM Wright MJss Mabelle Williams Joe L Ward Lusinda Wilburn Miss Rebel Persons oallng for the above letters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M OEti TOR3ASure tho Signature of A The clothing which 1 Davis sells fit better and wear better than others and cost less Come in to see em SIlt Dont fail to visit the Millinery Parlors of Mrs Mandeville and In speotthe latest styles in spring and summer hats also a choice seleo tiou of hair goods of the best make Broadway opposite L N Station803t A lot of different kinds of mens suits one of a style at less than half price at 1 Davis 81lt lInllliT mEiII Ordinary cleanliness about the home and premises dues not get rid of them Disin fectants must hi used and the slight expense will be fur more than repaid in improved sanitary conditi n s illWe can provide just you need for any youhow I GAYLf CO n Street J W GAYLE Cor Ann and Broadway 7 7 +7Eii11 + 1Ii do tt f IJ IGOUD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all oases of Cough Croup and LnGrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by 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 young and old For sale by J W Gayle CONFESSIONS OF A PRIEST Rev Jno S Cox of Wake ArkI writes It For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach getIby all druggists Only 50c FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as n candidate for the nomination for reelection as Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can didate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec 15tf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primaryb2to CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as n candi date for jailer 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 a candidate for Representative of Franklin subject to the action of the Democratic primary Feb 6teF- OR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce oanItive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party28te CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic eon ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The patient and the rich patient hyIproper and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to soughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regularly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular sie 76c At all drug gists yr I 1 1 Jjll L j11 I I Cnazlr Prices In Every Department WILLIAM YEOMAN A W McKEE Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor ably Known to People of Franklin County Vehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for as than all the printed praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy yourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detailThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller in 1876 we shall fully maintain in the sev oral departments of carriage Our repair and repainting are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us also nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are prepared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 19C3 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND r No 2 No1 Daily Daily No9 Ex Ex Ex Sund Dally AM P Leave Ar 745 0 Lexington 0 1010 806 225I 825 Winchester 20 520 8 013 Clay City 928I 406 923 Stanton 439 485 954 Natural Bridge 401 449 03 Torrent 0 747 snBeattyvillo 615 1029I IJackson 22f OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No No No Daily Daily Stations Daily Dail Mia Ex Bund Ex Sund Ex Sund Ex Sand MU A M Lye PM P M Ar PMAr 930 285 Jacksono 800 lla 0 925 23i O K 8M 11E 943 US Wilhurst x17 1162 to 830 152 Hampton 480 1158 la 750 128 Leo City 510 1222 741 122 Helechawa 518 1228 7 715 L Cannel City 515 124 ID Nos and will make close connection at O K with No 3 and fo f points on the Lexington and Eastern M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager Q P A Illinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville Memphis N 0 Ltd No eaves tm Arrives 745 n in New Orleans Special NoIO- JPM i201 P m Arrives 555 tini No Local Mall No points Connection to and from Elizabeth town HodgcnvUlo and HOllkinsville except no Sunday service to Elizabothtown Hodgen ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 480 p m Arrives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service toI odRcnville Ellzabethtom except oa Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily JiWA k J It t Every ThursdayWILL Bargain Day Special on That Day The Yeoman Carriage Co RIGHTLY MADE building departments possibleWe YEOMAN McKEE SunlailsLeavelAr Junction 726I LYeIJunction Junction Bailwayt pmFor 180 YEAMf- iEXPERIENCI TRADE MAeDCIIQNS COPYRIGHTS Ae JInyentfon iPatentse Scientific jlimricaiu Janr8llthoulaUoD qiIJran THE G A GNON POLLOCK STOCK CO To Play Weeks Engagement at Capital Theatre Commencing Monday April r The GagnonPollook Stock Co f one of the best repertoire compa deB now on the road will open a weeks engagement at Capital Theatre next Monday night April 11 This is tho company that played Lexington two weeks ago to capacity every night and broke tho fieaI sons record for repertoiro eouipa totes in ono of the best theatrical towns in the State Mr Bert Gapnon will he pleasant ly remembered as having appeared here two seasons ago as leading man in the Sweet Clover Co in which Miss Adalaide Thurston was the star and is one of the cleverest of the young American actors Miss Pollock is a pretty and versatile little soubrette and will doubtless become a great favor among Fjank fort theatregoers after her initial appearance here next Monday evening The peoples prices 10 20 and 80 cents will prevail and the Capital Theatre will doubtless be packed every night Five big specialties and illustrated songs and moving pictures will serve to make next week a feast of delightful entertainment for the patrons of the Capital Theatre OBERLIK Will some of the correspondents of the Roundabout tell me the namo of Pontius Pilates greatgrand mothers strawbonnet maker We understand that Mr Bird Marshall has goneto the mountains tripftsawRWe are glad to hear that Mrs L- W Lewis is recovering slowly Miss Annie Smith expects to leave Wednesday for an extended visit to Covington Ky Mr Rollie Semones visited his mother last Monday Mr Cleveland Smith captured a coon at last Wonder if he will sue ceed in taming it Miss Stella Semones and visited friends at Pols motherI week Mr Willie JBoherts has purchased a new buggy Watch out boys and beingtooMiss Clara Roberts Mr Mitchell Moore Mr Willie Roberts and Mr Selbert Moore called on Miss Stella afternool1ILONG AND USEFUL LIFE CLOSED On Sunday last Rev Jas A Pet Hers one of the oldest and most use ful Baptist ministers of this section f of the State passed to his reward at the advanced age of 92 yearsr Mr Peters had done more preach ing and received less earthly re muneration from hie labor than any minister we know of His heart was in his work and he wen to the poor and needy churches i with the same zeal that he did to those in better condition He w- onImany converts to the cause of the r and will have many stars crown of rejoicing He did not let the infirmities of age cause him to cease his labors but as long as he was able to stand in the pulpit he told the story o redeeming love in a plain straight forward way that won the conn ence and love of all who came un der his ministry Full of years full of love and of honor he sinks to his last resting place lamented by every tine who knew him He It rests from his labors and his works do follow him II OArOnXAJean glgnattre cf A S The Most Skillful f Match Maker II surpass could the neverIi I that MATCHI A valuable coupon in every box Ask your grocer THE DIAMOND MATCH CO STAMPING GROUND We regret to learn that Mrs Jen nie Bla ton who has been so ill and was supposed to he bettered by coming homo is slow sinking toward the end IOn1 assistant postmaster Miss Virginia Duke is down with measles Mrs W O Calvert is seriously nIl with plenralpneumonia Mrs Ida M Brnnnor has as her guest Miss Emma Mothershoad of Fayette county her sister recnporatinduties The bitter weather of Sunday nipped whatever Easter bonnets were on hand and they failed to show up- MarriedSunday April 8 as the of Mr Oscar Jameson Mr Haner Northcutt and Miss Etta Traylor were married by Rev J T Cochran Rev G W Hill who has been BaptistHe however preached for that congregation on Sunday Owing to the heavy rains and cold weather our farmers have made hot little progress with their spring work A few tobacco beds have been sown and some of the hardy vegetables planted UNO MONDAY MORNINGS BLAZE At 945 on Monday morning an alarm from box 17 called the fir boys to the residence of Mr Frank V Gray corner Fourth Avenue and Conway streets where a fierce blaze was eating away the roof of the house wortk was not before damage to the extent of some 1000 was done to the house and an jual amount to the contents We understand that the loss was about covered by insurance PARKER CLUB FORMED meft Courthouse on Monday night last and organized a Parker Club to boom the cnddidacy of Judg Par ker of New York for the Presidential nomination CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of BAGDAD There is plenty of rain and sickness P opln arc getting late sow Jag plantbeds More rain more rest Miss Fear Adams is very ill of heart trouble and rheumatism Wo hope she will improve shortly C H Buford was at Ball IMr on business Monday are glad to know our country is improving so fast The Larkin Soap Co has a branch agent so it you want a cake dont wait Call on the branch agent Mr Memilon has snld his coal and lumber yard to parties at PluasurevilleMrs Buford and Mr H F Bohannon and Mr Byron Flood were the guests of Mrs Robert Boudurant Thursday- Mr Will Bohannon is reported some better He has blood poison Uncle Bill is getting old He is in his eightythird year MfR Bondurant was called to the bedside of her brotherinlaw Mr veryillknown here Sad is the sight to those who have seen him What has become of all the correspondents for the Roundabout LetH hear from you Lets build up and enjoy good old summer time in reading from Louisville Pike and Harvieland etc Mr Dave Holt is very sick at his home in Christiansburg- Mrs Mary Black has gone to Frankfort to he treated for her imeprove so can come Mr Will Bryan was the guest of his parents Saturday Tobacco is on a boom Several sold last week and averaged ten cents That is very good according to the dry year we had last year I JVIr Ben Murray one of tho old est men in Shelby county died at his home with Connell Bros near Bagdad last Monday and was buried at Frankfort Tuesday He hAlped build the L N Railroad He claimed he was 102 years old We are glad to soy Mrs Gertrude Bohannon will soon be out again Rain or shine our free delivery is on time Mrs and Mr Weakley have re turned homo from Florida ONLY A FRIEND BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE S LfQuinn of Cavendish Vtwas robbed of his customary health ConstipationPills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now he entirely cured Theyre guaranteed to cure 25o at all druggists j OLD TAYLORv THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYS t F H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors Fra krort Kentucky 1 vl THE Equitable t Life Insurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD 1 Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD 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membelftthroof s percentin and 1 WHowitem secured tHee section NONEHighest 2 any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds per cent of paid up capital stoolt XtUlkyHow is same secured 8 se cared by mortgage op live stock itourednotes and stocks 82M secured VThisof twice its value Docs amount of indebtedness of anTi VIngor firm the liability of the indi excNdS NOIf V J ness NONE OaWere M i bttorenot less than per cent of net periodcovered dividendKentucky Statutes YES 6VM82 1County xs A w OvertonCaHhlerot the Farmers Bank dolngbusinC88t swornMYHRaidBankanabelllocUonnamedofficialantics thedayh W OVERTON OalhiflJ 1TDirectors un ti t IOvortoll lAto JAS W 12tf WHITEHOUSEI Dr Weaver acueefaltreatmaatforblaodandaklndieeeaas i I i