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T it l JI f TilE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance i jVOL XXYII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 16 1904 NQa 32 ii Style 448 viicijacket silk lined a bargain this week only t iY 51950 430Rlude extra fine quality Skirt and JacketoSuiting tailored neat I ly trimmed on collar and silk bolt regular r mouffs 5000 this week 4150 h emNO 41j3 STREET CLAIR Interesting Prices On Tailor Suits For Next Week Come Early and Secure Some of the Rare Bargains We Are Offering STYLE 45- 3dfa1e Sicilian in Brown and Xnvy Blue Eton Jacket trimmed with Silk and braid regular price 1750 this Wash Shirt Waist Suits Style 406 Made of Fine Batiste very neatly trimmed with white bands extra value 350 Style 352 Male of Satins in different shades sizes 84 to 40 white hand trimmings on the foJdfthese very stylist suits each only 400 q Childrens Wash Dresses t1 STYLE 2100 Made of Gingham in different shades sizes to 5 yoke and sleeves trimmed in beading worth aye each only 25c tll STYLE 2124 Made of Red or Blue Percale sizes to o yoke and t sleeves trimmed with pique and finished with nice em r f m broidery edge each only 50c ISTYLE 2133 of Mercerized Madras very neatly trimmed sizes 14 each only SlOO r IT ST t iSBBBB of 50buy are There is a profusion of styles here in Low Shoes this sea son that almost amounts to confusion r THIS TIE Made of Ideal Kid turn sole high Cuban heel is one of the sea sonsswell shoes Price 8 COLT Made of Corona Colt either or French Heels new toes are t unusual values at 251 2 IDEAL KID are made of genuine Bonns Ideal Kid in several differ and wo think can not be equalled for this price L 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY r iSTYLE 74- 4Male of Brown Cheviot Blouse Jacket Silk lined neatly trimmed around col lar and sleeves regular price 50week SHIRT STYLE 1850 Made of Sheer Lawn with insertion on front and sleeves and collar to match extra vineeach only SI00 iw1 CKAGIN BRO BBBBBBB A A a rt OXFORDS GIBSON PATENT BLUCHERS Louis fTheRe OXFORDS R1K SONr WAISTS Style 1754 Made of line white lawn in sertions in front and tucks in he tel n a very stylish w a st- only SI50 Style li55 White Vaist veryfinewith strips of insertions down alldJr tucksa beauti ful waist only 350 Call and see them FRANKFORT KY AT BRIDGED aaaE ARRESTED AND JAILED A young man by tho name of E D Wallace was arrested in Lexington on Tuesday charged with sell ing a horse and buggy belonging to Scott Bros of this city It seems that Mr G W Jeetor and Mr Wallace went to Lexington on Monday in the buggy which they had hired as above stated Whet they reached the city Teeter got out of the buggy and Wallace told him he would drive around while When Jeeter went back to got the buggy later he found that Wallace had sold it to Mr E L Bramlett of Mt Sterling for 60 When the facts came out Wallace was arrested and lodged in jail The money was recovered before Wallace could spend it Jeeter brought the buggy back home Bramlett who has been goldbricked before is determined to prosecute Wallace LATER Wallace was discharged on his examining trial tho Con monwealth not being able to snake a felony case- THROUGH SLEEPER FROM LEXINGTON TO ST LOUIS VIA CHESAPEAKE OHIO RAILWAY Beginnimr May 28th time Chesa peake s5 Ohio Railway will inaugu rate a through sleeping car hue to St Louis via Louisville and the LexingtonReturningthis JoxingItonmcningi WB AMERICAS LEADING CORSETS Style 90 Short Waist Corset neatly finished with Lace and Ribbon extra good value at 50c Style 917 Erect form extra long long on hip with hose supporters attachedonly 5100 Also other styles 5125 to 200 Every pair guaranteed I Muslin Underwear lit9ctll 4301ci oruflles tt1DrIll tnl with four rows seams bound and well bargain 25ctStyle 2404 muslin CvonAND CHILDRENS Hosiery Our stock this is larger than ever before and we are in a position to exceptional values 10c 15c and 25c per pair tr tsa IBRIeK STRKET Time city council has ordered High to be reconstructed with from the intersection of Main to the Fort Hill This will bo a much needed improvmeut as time heavy hauling along that street causes it to be either very dusty or very all the time BOND ACCEPTED The bond of the Frankfort Versailles Co for nndI obligating that to the electric line from hero to Vor sailles by January WOO was pre sented and accepted by tho Wood ford Court on Whoop her up- KILLED BKUIN Judge T H Paynter of the Court of Appeals who has been spending the of that court on his plantation in Mississippi had the good luck hunting with a party of friends to kill tho first wild bear he over saw Naturally ho is pluming himself upon his success and looking down on his nimrod associate Judge E C ORenr who is considerable of a hunter his own self SHAKE UP AT PEN The long expected shake up oc curred at the Local Pen on Friday There are Just twelve men who are wiser now than they were They all agree that politics is Judge Jewell denominated it Ii iVA btiI U Extra low prices this week on Corset Covers made tIof good muslin all sixes worth 15 cents only Style 1409 Corset Covers madefull front finished with L1 hemsti t h e d r u mI worth uric only 15c Style if Drawers good muslin tucks made a trimmed LADIES season much show good r street brick muddy Traction company County Friday vacation while what quality 1fQILtE STAMPING GROUND Mr Cyrus T Duvall is making thudweJllnrecentlybrought hisfnmilhouseMr R S Sprake and wife have plandsonInsterAn addition will soon be erectedto AdamsBlantonmore space in which to exlmil it their vehicles and agricultural im plement stock farmerfriendsmuchdelayed spring work hut alas it was only for a part of a week However some oats were sown and tobacco plant beds com pleted Owing to the great advance tthntout than has been the caso for a year or so on1l1ewhollIttho name of Floyd Harrod who OftlcerHRegularAruty endeavortoturod and taken to his destination at Fort Thomas bBmdlOldT hold at Georgetown on Friday RicharlOmander Mr Pf Suavely was elected Warden at same timeWo congratulate them UNOI iii Z 1j u PERSONAL Mr Goo H Watson made t busi ness trip to Cincinnati this week Mr Ambrose Dudley of Henry county was Item this weekilMrs Hiram Berry has returned front her winters stay in Florida Mrs Win Cromwell who has been in Florida has returned home Mr P C Sower and wife have gono to Hot Springs Ark Prof J H Fuqua was in George town on Saturday Miss Annie Hockensmith is visit ing in Louisville Mr Sam B Thomas and wife visited in Georgetown on Monday Capt Julian Kersey of Louisville was hero this week Mr M P Gray of Tennessee weekLMrs W D Roy who has been in is f Louisville has returned home Col A D Martin has gone to Chicago Ills for a business trip Rev MB Adams went to Georgetown yesterday afternoon Miss Noll Thomas was the guest of relatives in Versailles this week Rev John H Burdin of Mt Eden was a visitor here this week Mr Delano B Walcutt of Louts ville was a visitor hero this week in Boysicity A Mrs Leo LOberwarth and laugh ter visited friends in Louisville this week tiIrs John R Walters who has visiting her parents in Now port has returned Mr Otto Wolff of Newport was in the city on business before the Court of Appeals on Thursday g Mr Frank H Kavanaugh ate tended the Van MeterKarelin wed ding at Hodgenville on Tuesday County Attorney Tiios W Thomas of Bowling Green was here on Tuesday Mrs Ed C ORoar lots returned 1Ifrom a visit to her old home in Mt r Sterling Miss Mabel Spencer of Law r renceburg was the guest of Miss Alma Collins this week Rev Ed H Bull of Grant Mo was called here by the illness f of his father Mr S C Bull Sr t Col Henry L Stone of Louis vllle was in attendance upon the LJAppollate Court on Monday Col Win R Milwarcl of Lexing ton attended the funeral of Mr Claude J Alexander on Monday Mr A G Rhea of Russellville member of the State Board of Equalization is in the city Mr Chas O Tamblyn who has been in the west for some time has returned Hon Lewis McQuown of Bow ling Green was in the city Thursday Mrs W R Wells and daughter Mrs T M Phythiau are visiting friends at Covington Ind Miss Belle Giltner was the guest of tier sister Mrs N M Crutoher at Duckers this week YMrs Mary Ellen Butcholor of a Paris France visited relatives in this city this week her old homo Mr R C Simmons of Coving ton was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Monday Hon South Trimble is at homo looking after his fences in the Con gressional race Dr John Scott and wife of Lexington attended tl o funoral of Mr Claude Alexander on Monday Winchesorthis week w Mrs E W Perkins of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs R L Dooley this yeuk County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was here on Monday on business in the courts Judge George Dulfelle of Louis vine was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Monday Mr G Allison Holland of Emi nonce was hero on business in the courts on Monday Judge John D Carroll of Now Castle was in the city on legal business Monday Miss LidaEdelen who inns boon at homo from school roturnod to Danville on Monday Mr1 Ii Lewis of this oilier was the guest of Mr Joel 1 Lyle in Fay otto county on Sunday r Mrs Summers of Glasgow was the guest of hor sun Mr A Sum milers this week Mr Thos Scott of Lexington was the guest of his sister Mrs Guy H Briggs this week Miss Wiley Land anti Miss Birdie Adkins visited in Georgetown this week MrH P Morancy of Versailles time commercial evangelist was in the citVthis week Miss MHiry Gra who has been vlsil mends in GreonvilleMiss has returneH home i jf 1Ir1 Buford Hondriok and wife thi81wtol Florida for several weeks has returned homo Col Jus A Scott and daughter Miss Hattie have gone to Fnneh Lick Spring 1ml- Mr J Campbell Cantrill of Georgetown Iandjdato for Congress was in on Tuesday Rev A li Chitin went to Ver sailles anti preached in Si Johns Episcopal Church on Sunday Deputy Collector C J McAllis ter of Owingsville was hero soy eral days this week Mr R IC McClure who went to Texas a week ago has returned J B Lewis of Versailles the guest of her cousin Mrs Huston Wood near Wood lake Miss Mattie M McClurb spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of her aunt Mrs Jus A Hodges Mr G D Feiulloy attended aI meeting of the General Agents of time Metropolitan Life Insurance Co in Louisville this week Mr T P Brown attended meet ing of the General Agents of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co Louisville Thursday Mrs N K Hammond of Smithfield was the guest of her son Mr B Hammond Taylor Avenue this week Mrs H P Shea and Mrs W L Foster of Jeilersonville Ind were here this week in attendance upon the circuit court Mrs Jesse Strief Mrs W Bauer and Miss Susie Spicer of Louisville were here this week in at tendance upon circuit court Mr R G Higdon Law Clerk to Judge W E Settle of the Court of Appeals returned Monday from a visit to his home at Owensboro Mr S C Bull Jr and Mr Vill- A Bull of Greenville Miss were called hero by the illness of their father Mr S C Bull Sr Mr Frank Bull of Memphis Tenn was called here by the ill ness of his father Mr S C Bull SrHon W C Halbert of Vance burg was in the city on business in the Court of Appeals on Thurs dayHon W Preston Kimball of Lex ington candidate for Congress was in the city Tuesday looking after his fences Rev C J Nugent returned Sat urday from a visit to his son Mr Clarence J Nugent Jr In MtI SterlingMr H Johnson attended the burial of his friend MrIC W Smith of Louisville in Cincinnati Ohio on Wednesday Miss May me Caden of George town was the guest of Miss Rose Salender Second street South Side this week Miss Margaret MoAuliile of Jef fersonvillo Ind was the guest of Miss Nellie Lillis Arlington Heights this week Mr Huston Wood anti wife and Miss Elllo Lewis of Wood lake were visitors in the city Wednes lay Mr Dudley Lindsey U S Clerk of Owensboro was the guest of his parents Mr John B Lindsey and wife week Messrs Blackburn Bohannon and Archie Smlthers left Monday for Henderson where they will play base ball this season attendMiss Clara Arnold who ing the Conservatory of Music OinI cinnati is visiting the fatl1Il her uncle Col las B Eggleston Mrs Ijivio Snott and dlughterI Miss Margaret of tended time funeral of Mr Claude Alexander on Monday Mr John C Noel and little grand son John C have returned from a two weeks stay at Hot Springs Ark Mr George C Watson who is at tending Contrail University Ian vlllo was a visitor at home this week Mr Pat huh amnan has finally signed a two years contract to pitch for tho Louisville Base Ball Club and loft Thursday for his post of duty Rev George DllrslC1 and wife have returned from Magnolia Springs Ala We are glad to know that Mr isles health is greatly improved by his sojourn at this health resort Rev A C Hcnsloy of Ver sailles preached at Ascension Episcopal Church on Sunday lust and was time guest of relatives here this wool Dr John W Gaylo wont to Louis ville Monday to attend a meeting cif the Kentucky State Board of Pharmacy of which he is Secre taryMr Dudley Lindsoy who lias been visiting his parents Mr John B Lindsoy and wife has returned to his post of duty as U S Clerk at Ovonsboro t II Ij iittV1 lt l 1 3IYli1i1 1 FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELERI l S1BHEES2EHE YOU WANT THESE To complete your outfit for Easter for they are the best made Of couise you find them at MoClures the best store DUNLAP MATS Are the standard of the world We are show ing some twelve styles altogetherexactly the same as those now on sale at the Dunlap stone in New Yor- kMANHATTAN 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 BOY BA SHOES 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 pop ular leathers and lasts are represented in both Shoes and Oxfords Shoes 500 and 600 Oxfords 500 Haclzett Carhart d 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 can see the fit before you buy Prices range front 1500 to 2700just about onehalf what the tailor charges you for the grHdeIEaster Ties and Socks in Profusion R Kr McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFURT KY ut1ksISidney GlobesG- uaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney ot Madder Trouble Remover Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Eicisbioiifl Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and all Irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both wen and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the No Ours No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upuu receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankfort Ky klay 2l- yi ii ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If you are a dyspeptic you owe to yourself and your friends to go wall Dyspepsia annoys tho dyspeptics friends because his disouse sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Curl will not only ouzo dyspepsia indi gostion and sour stomach but tliii palatable reconstructive tonic die gestant strengthens tho whole di gestivo apparatus und sweetens tin limb as wnll as tho stomach Whei you take Kodol Dyspepsia Curo th food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrien properties appropriated by tin blood and tissues Health is th result For sale by J W Gayle A LOVE LETTER Would not interest you If your looking for a guaranteed Salvo fo SoroH urns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes 1 suf fared with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Buoklons A mica Salve cured me Its tho best Salvo earth 25o at all druggists it You CanPinl Your Faith 1TOJ E M Flour because it wontJfail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the J E ffl milling Go d Dont fail to visit the Millinery Parlors of Mrs Mandovillo and in spect the latest styles in spring and summer hats also a choice selec tion of hair goods of the best make Broadway opposite L N Station ao3t THROAT SORE Theres 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 r sore throat croup coughs and all kindred troubles Keep it by you for an emergency It never fails Avoid substitutes there is butone Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50c r IOA TORtABears the J Horse Timers- Chronographs a 1 Split Seconds FiveMinuteRe 1 peaters Minute Repeaters fIin Gold Gold Filled And Silver l w FOR SALE BY HI 0 SELBERT- Leading Jeweler i 1t AS TIME GOES ON i itTHESINCERITY OF S D JOHNSONS CO SALEi DontIt Continues If you have not been here it is time to come Dont delay Bargains bargains await your early coming f hesitate Moral lIe who t J AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME I f S D JOHNSON CO r J KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr1Kingsi In IFOR COLDS PriceII Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOK 18ly T MARRIEDtf VAN METERHA R DIN I n Hodgenville on Tuesday Mr Solomon L Van Meter of Fayette county and Miss Pauline Helm narIIrt BYRONSTATONIn Coving i4r ton on Tuesday State Senator W oA Byron and Miss Jennie Staton both of Brooksville were mannedv by Rt Rev Bishop Maes of Cov i ington PIERSONJOHNSONAt the Baptist Parsonage on Wednesday Mr Oscar Pierson of Woodford t county and Miss Minnie Belle Johnson of Peaks Mill were married by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church- COLSONCHURCH At the home of the bride near Steadman town on Wednesday Mr James Colson and Miss Hallie Church daughter of Mr J R Church were marriedWe the greatest care in buy tolng never sacrificing our quality for style That is why our teas are tho best JOHN DRISCOLL- It j 4rFINE MEETING rif The Ashland District Teachers fJyAssooiation met in the chapel o yesterday There are over 100 teachers present and all indications point to a very suc cessful meeting Prof S L Froggo Superintendent of City Schools delivered an earnest and thoughtful address of welcome Prof Bourne of Owen county responded in a beautiful and apporpriato oration which was heartily enjoyed The Assoiation will be in session all of today DANGEROUS ILLNESS OF j GOOD M- ANaOn Saturday night last Mr Saml C Bull Sr sustained a stroke of paralysis at a late hour just after returning from his place of busi n nesr11O whole right side is in volved Ho has been in a somi uonsoiouH condition since the at Jr tuck Mr Bull is one of the best men f who has over lived in this com munity a leader in his Church and generally in all things looking to the betterment of mankind and up building of the Masters cause I Our whole community is deeply stirred by this untoward event and sincere prayers are going up for Mr Bulls recovery r Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat tt tf 0 r t 1 DEATHS CONWAYTn Louisville on Tuesday moining at 7 oclock Mrs Margaret Conway relict of tho later Thompson Con way aged 51 years Mrs Conway lived in this city for many years und was an estimable lady She was the mother oiI Mr George Conway of the Frank fort Fire Department Besides him she loaves three daughters and one son all grown The remains were brought here Thursday morning for interrment in our cemetery Our sincerest sympathy is extended to tho bereft- ALEXANDER Afc tho Woodburn homestead on Saturday morning Mr Claude A Alexander son of AlexMr Alexander was a fine young man a member of the Versailles Presbyterian Church He was a student at Princeton College and was taken down with meningitis He was brought back home and everything done for his relief but typhoid fever supervened and could not be checked The funeral took place at the home on Monday morning at 11 oclock followed by the intermont in our cemetery that afternoon Quite a large number of and friends from all relativesI State attended the burialHe is survived by his mother three brothers and one sister There are quite a number of rela tives of the family residing in this citySTONEAt Thorn Hill on Monday Mr Elias Stone aged about 80 yearsHe six sons and throe daughters all grown to mourn his deathThe funeral was conducted from the residence of his soninlaw 1nesdayfcemetery There are no finer lards on the market than Vismans pure Leaf JOHN DRISCOLL It Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the skin INCH PARTY AND FREE LUNCH Tho Forks of Elkhorn Branch of the Kings Daughters will give an inch party and free lunch on Friday April 29 in the vacant house of Miss Will Ilia Stoadman at tho Forks Everybody invited to atI tend fled a good time assured Dont forget it If you are in a moneymaking mood next week you can not do better than to buy at John Dris culls It STILL LINGERING Old winter still endeavors to linger in the lap of spring and on Thursday morning when our citizens awoke they found a regu lar oldfashioned snow storm raging with tho houses covered to the depth of about an inch However about 9 oclock the clouds broke and tho storm ceased Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate SucceiBfol treatment for blood and elfin diseases BIRTHS McCOY In this city to Mr Ed gar McCoy and wifea son IHARPERIn this city on yes terday morning to Col Geo B Harper and wifea son RESGINED TO GO ON RIVER CaptT N Abraham who has been look keeper at Lock No 4 just below this city for several years has resigned tho position to take effect on the 20th inst and will return to steamboating upon the Kentucky A breakfast delicacyPremierOats at John Driscolls It TO DO THE HANDSOME Frankfort Lodge No 530 B P O Elks will keep open house during the time of the Knights Templar Conclave May 18 and 19 and will entertain on one night during that time as to which one lmlol not yet been definitely determined This is a handsome thing for that order to do CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Boug- htI Bears thed StytJS of et FOR SflliEA very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot 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 411- SHINGLES nearlyONEThey gradesCallWilkinson Street 80 1m GOOD SPIRITS fGood spirits dont all como from Kentucky Their mule souroo is the liver and all the Hue spirits ever made in tho lime Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundrodandono ill Hoots it pro duces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye stop vigorous and success ful in your pursuits You cnn nut your liver in condition by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has boon a faro to household remedy for over tl yflvo years August Flower wI ake your liver healthy and aotiv iml thus insure you a liberal good spirits Trial 1011of bottles 7 At nIl lyr FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians solicited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dopt B 1135 Broadway New York City J 1 MAIN ST FRANKFORT KY7il L C WHITNEY CO SOLE CONDUCTORS 4 1 Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Kodol r DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick sadStrength to the Weak Bottles tlmeathePrepared by B DeWitt A Chicago For sale by J W Gayle drug gist OAST 0 Elf T ABean the 1 Attention FamersWE YOU WITH TOBACCOCANVASS Wo hint a large stock of six fi different grades and tho lowest prices Ve cut you just what you want WI T1 ReadingD- RY GOODS- CHINAWARE 315 Broadway Opposite th- eCapitol3t iTIE SEASONS GREAT OFFER i 1ingPresidential year The Louisville Herald and The Roundabout m eetJI tlritYonissues and The Roundabout for 250 Daily and Sunday Herald 85o days and The Roundabout fOfr500 Weekly Herald and Round t about for Tho 100tand can ire well known Those who are Re pblicans and Democrats and those who are neither can ho sure to ob atportsThe oiler stated above is the bust proposition ever triode to thp people of this community It is the lowest price ever asked for a met ropolitan newspaper in combination with our own During the r keeppostedhappenings and you can well afford informationThis offer is made but for a Jim w itod tune It may be withdrawn without notice Here is certainly a bargain Take advantage of it Subscribe now Send money to the publisher of The Roundabout Frankfort FOR SALE ApplytoJAS W WHITEHOUSE 12tf KEEPS STATE HOUSE Something About Coleman Carr the Janitor in Charge This is not a character sketch nor a funny anecdote but a simple statement of fact made in the hope of helping some fellowman Coleman Carr janitor at the State House residence St says I received great benefit from the use of Doans Kidney Pills For a duringthethe too frequent action of the kidney secretions Time doctor pro s nounced my trouble diabetes and although they treated me I was un Able to get permanent relief v a friend I was induced to try DOlins Kidney Pills and got a box at J W Jayles drug store On taking them only a short time I felt great im provement and florally the whole trouble was removed I also used Dates Ointment for eexrna which mmylegsirritation at tinges most drove me wild Despite the usu of prepara nfrhelpedhoard of Deans Ointment und procured a box This remedy gave me quick and positive relief and proved satisfactory in every respect For sale by all dealers Price 50 vents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States Romombor time name Doans and take no other WHY TAKE ANY CHANCES With some now and untried medicine for such serious troubles as diarrhoea cramps dysentery whon hnljlions of intros Look out for imita genuinePerry Dr Cadys Comlltron Iowucrs aretjust what a horse needs when in condition Tonic blood purifier and ftirmifugG They are not food but medicine and tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J V Gayle and LeCOlupte Gay t t nw TfteFranHortfloimilaUDiit 0 Knirivd nt tIll postniHn at Frankfort Kt tlky n t road 1las lIIailnblp matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pu FRANKFORT APRIL 16 1903 ONE HY ONE THE ROSES r FALL From a recent issue of tho Cin cinnati Enquirer wo lenrn tlmt Wharton Golden another of the star witnesses in the Goebol trials has pone wrong Ho is charged with having obtained money under false pretenses defrauding au old friend of his from London Ky and a new friend in Cincinnati A warrant was sworn out hut when the officers reaoiie- his quarters the bird had flown Where oh where will a suceesso- to Campbell come from to hod these slippery witnesses in line THAT LEXIGNTOX SHAKE UP The expected has happened t Lexington when under the now Mayor and the reorganized Board of Police and Fire Commissioners the old Chief of Police Col McD Ross has been removed and forme- Chief Waller Marshall has succeeded him On Monday the second scheduled event came when Fire Chief G W Muir walked the plank in favor of Capt W A Jesse at one time a prominent policeman yetkAPPOINTED MASTER OF TRANSPORTATION Capt Henry L Casey of VerI tsatlles but formerly of this city I has been appointed Master ofI Transportation of the Insular De partmeiit in the Philllpines Capt Casey is a graduate Veterinary Surgeon and served with the Regular Aimy in Cuba and has since been in the Kentucky National GuardIARRESTED FOR DESERTION A young man by the name otc Floyd Harrod of this city enlist ed in the Regular Army some two a years ago Some time last year he deserted and returned home claimt ing we understand to have discharged On Monday an order was received from the commanding officer of his regiment for his arrest and return to Fort Thomas near Newport Ky Officer H Davis Harrod took the young man to the Fort on Tuesday last and he will be tried for deser tionLaterYoung Harrod jumped from the moving train near Stamp ing Ground and escaped but was later recaptured and taken to his destination TAYLOR SOLDIERS WIN r In the case of Capt Horace J Jochran c v J C W Reckham c in the Circuit Court on Wednesday t Judge Cantrill rendered n decision holding that the State would have to pay the claim which f the services of Coch IIHtnteGov Taylor 11Wo understand that this was an agroed ease in that in whatever way it was decided it should govern the claim of all the men who I rendered such service That being the case all of what were called the Taylor soldiers will be paidl J for their services APPELLATE COURT RESUMES On Monday SESSION last the Court of Ap It peals reassembled for the April term of that body with a pretty heavy docket SAVES TWO FROM DEAIHf Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W IC Haviland of Armonk N Y hut when all other remedies failed wu saved hur life with Dr Kings KowI Discovery Our niece who Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat told lung dis eases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine unearth nfallbie for Coughs nndI Colds 50o and 100 bottles an teed b all Trial bot tles freeIkb tliift wr Ii8WS Frombasn1s Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cure My Wife 5uccessful1ytriedders but neverhas it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials prove this and nearly every instance the writer has state that the ceased after the first dose of Ner vine was given The statement is repeated in the following commencedhavin paralyzed godherbedremde so we could not open them and she finally so her would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was doing her no goodand ordered a bottle of Re storative Nervine Site received so much sonicnbut has never had a fit sine taking the first dose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of mak ing this testimonial stronger do so because veryrElkville Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CITY IMPROVEMENTS Messrs J R and Ed H Elliott have adopted plans for a modern dwelling house to be erected on their lot on Logan street It will be complete in all its details Mr W J Hughes has ereotedJ several cozy cottages on ray street property and they are all occupied He contemplates the erection of several additional houses and the demand is still unsuppliedaMessrs Crutcher Simpson are having their handsome store on Main street extensively Improved in the interior the front repainted modern awnings erected Plans are being drawn for quitet number of cottage homes on Holmes street in the near future Mr John G Rogers has the foundation for his handsome home on Taylor Avenue about complete and will push the erection of the house It will add to the already handsome row of houses erected on that thoroughfare Mr R W Dehoney has closed out his billiard and pool parlor on Main street two doors east of St Clair and is handsomely improving the property with a view of opening a firstclass restaurant for both gentlemen and ladies O Miss Ruth Robinson has broken ground for the foundation of a new house to be located on her vacant lot on Conway street between Third and Fourth Avenue j BROKE INTO HIS HOUSEII S LpQuinn of Cavendish Vt was rubbed of his customary health invasion of Chronic Constipa tion When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now lies entirely oared Theyre guaranteed to cure 2oc at nil druggsts BITTEN BY DOG During the vacation of the Court of Appeals Mr R G Higdon law clerk for Judge Settle spent his vacation at his old house in DuviessIcounty While visiting a lI ho was attacked by a large and vicious dog lacerating his right leg below the knee But for the intervention of another gentleman with a pitchfork Mr HI doll might have butH dangerously hurt as time dog wits getting in Its work in great style Sugical attention was rondorodtmold Mr Higdon was able iota on Monday GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springs well in the yard about 15 acres of woodland brickt house of seven rooms with cellar garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostet tel and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office 0 tl SUCCESS OF FORMER FHANK FOIIT PEOPLE Vo aw glad in being nblo to pub lisp tho following which gives ovi deuce of the successor a former Frank fort family ill tho now homo Wo congratulate thorn most hoart lily They have never torgntte- this city and Jiavo received our paper over since thoy removed to Baltimore woodl purchase of the Klingstine build iniron North Charles s treat by Mr wiltYThe surprise was in the fact this the purchasers worn financially abl anddh a sequel to success in business begun in a small way some ten or twelve years ago and which through the indefatigable efforts of Mrs Alstrom has netted them a shall fortune Mr Alstrom is a tailor and at the time of which I write was rut very successful in business His wife who possessed the quality of taste and cleverness began the making of childrens clothing for a few families who were solicited The garment turned out had a modishness whirl at once took the fancy of other mothers and orders hogan to crowd in until the modest little home on Mosher street became too small for the work Then Mrs Alstrom moved down town first to Lexington street then to Fayotte street where the establishment of Al strom R Co is now located The business has grown and is still growing The success of Mrs Alstroms enterprise is an example of what a woman can do with brains energy and determination The Alstroms have a handsome home at Roland Park and are fast piling up a fortune Mrs Alstrom is worthy to be classed with the Captains of IndustryHaitim- ore Md Saturday Relvew April 9 CHANGE OF BASE By a letter just received we learn that Lieut Commander Hugh Rodman who has been stationed- at Honolulu Hawaiian Islands has been transferred to time U S S New Orleans and ordered to the Station Ho left for his new station Saturday March 5 Mrs Rodman will visit relatives In Kentucky before rejoining her husband- on the China Station THANKS We desire to return our thanks Mr Mark Prewitt Manager of the General Press Bureau Worlds Fair at St Louis Mo and Mr Walter B Stevens Director Division of Exploitation for a book coupon admission tickets to that great exposition We certainly appreciate the courtesy and shall be glad to avail ourself of the privileges conferred GCOD PRICES Mr John P Hostetter sold on Monday last ton barrels of the flno white seed denim witch he so successfully raises on his farm near Farmdale at 6 per barrel F B oars at Alton Station Mr Hostetter also sold a big crop of tobacco which wile raised by neighbor and which was bought at 8 cents to parties at 10 cents These are good prices and indi cate that farming is not so unprofit business as some would have us believe SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthyspleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT R JIOWNK Chemists 40945 Iearl Street New York Soc and fioo all druggists I 1 Ilt Ji CflJPIRI4 egeiabjePreparalionfarAs tetittgtheStnmEichsandBowe7sof IMAMS HILDRKN Promotes esUonCheerru1 nessandRestCotilainsneitherOptumMorpttin0 NOT NARCOTIC tprdGldliSAndZffiCt A Krdmis + auSJIt selutest8l = JAperfectRemedyforConstipationSour Vorms Convulsions Feverish tress and LossOF SLEER FacSinite signature ot tGili NEW YORK At b month olt- lJ5 Dosi s J jCi MS ntJfACT coPYQP vfl3erPea = CASTORIAi For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 11BearsSignature of The 11 s Kong You Nave Always Boug- htCASTORIA THe eNYauN YON U OUR PROTECTION IS YOUR GAIN Do you believe we can afford to do you an unsatisfactory job of painting or repairing or sell you n vehicle that will not give sat As our future business depends on pleased customers t we would be taking an enormous we not fulfill promise made in these columnsryWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in new work or painting or repairing and we are ing to allow our work to advertise us WilljYQU 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 our own handmade work and can take your order for anything you want besides we handle a full line 1 of tho best uptodate eastern work on the market If ou need anything in our line phone or write us and our representativejw- ho is In Frankfort every week will call to see you j SELLER CARRIAGE CO IncIJVersailles Kentucky J H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C Al Browning Secy Treas I II WINTERS COMING CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK JPOKBRS fEfiTONGSti MATCHES ALL KINDS OF HARD WARE a JPAJJNTS GLASS ROOFING u AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G STAGG i KyI 1X11 ntre11gWeekHaving hud a most excellent season on ReadyMade Suits Wo have provided for next woek some special values for you 525 Suits For 20 3250 Suits for25t The same high style suits we k always show Money saver for you 1 CARPETS 1 some iron x22 If you want aa Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester make having the trademark H on the head They cost but a few cents more a box than the unreliable kind and they are dollars better Winchester as Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either black or smokeless the latter being loaded with the celebrated Winchester Gnus lea Bullets which make them very clean to handle SALE BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE I ATTENTION REPUBLICANS x The Republican voters of Frank i fin county Kentucky are hereby called to assemble at the Franklin courthouse Frankfort Ky on Saturday April 23 1904 at oclock p m for the purpose of selecting nineteen delegates to the Seventh Congressional District Convention to be hold in the city of Paris Ky at 2 oclock p m on Tuesday April 26 1901 for the 1purpose of selecting two delegates alternate delegates to the Republican Convention to be hold lin Chicago on June 21 1904 to nominate candidates for President and VicePresident of the United States and to nominate one elector from the Sovonth Congressional District to ho voted for at the No 1904 election cued to select a member of the State Central Committee for tho Seventh Congressional District of Ken tucky Said Franklin oounty mass son vention will also select nineteen delegates the Republican StlteI Convention to be held in the city of Louisville Ky on Tuesday May 8 1904 at 2 oclock p m to four delegates and four alter nates from tho Stateat Large said Chicago Convention The Republicans of Franklin wcounty Kentucky also called I to assemble at tho regular votin- grIce In their respective precincts t gl Saturday April 23 1904 at 5 00 ook p m to select a pro cinct chairman at which precinct fI meetings tho viva voce form of voting may bo usedh J By order of the Franklin County Ky Republican Committee April 9 1mlICHAS N WIARD Chairman GEO L BARNES 222t Secretary j REPRESENTATIVE IN LEGIS LATURE DIES i Mr Carl Day Representative f1rom Bioathitt and Maudlin counties in tho State Legislature died at Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington from tho etfoots of contracted lasti Ifrleoumatlsm OASI1 nXA theI A 1he Z47 IACURE FOR HKAACHE Any man woman or child sulTor lug from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should talo ono or two of DoWitrs Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little Pills are famous bo cause they are a tonic as well as- a pill While they cleanse the sys tom they strengthen and rebuild by their tonic oifeot upon tho liver und bowels Sold by J W Gaylo I Dr Weaver Treatment Syrop purifies the blood Cerate heaU akla eruption t he Wash Shirt Waists Shown by us are unusually pretty Vo hayo just received new those time are worth the inspection waists we show at and 150 Cannot be equalled w FARMER Caliber Cartridges to use shoot cheap powder PaR county vembor to select to are PEA RIDGE Miss Jennie Laoefleld was the guest of her brother Mr David lacefleld this week and gnportEdge last Sunday Miss Duetta Allison of Mt Zion was married on the 6th of April to Mr Allan Stigers of Switzer It was ono of the prettiest weddings of the season Miss Allison taught our district school for three succeeding sessions and was very much liked Some of her little scholars talked of sending a petition to her not to marry but being overheard by their elders the petition failed of in reaching its destination Pea Ridge has had many pretty teachers but wo cant keep them As certain as we get a young lady teacher as certain some ono comes and persuades them to marry This winter two of our teachers have stepped off Miss Allison and Miss Naomi Clark In the near post were Miss Suttles Miss Hulette Miss Chambers Miss Reddish Miss Spanieling and every pupil gets married before their school ago is out which goes to prove how good and desirable a place Pea Ridge is to live in- Little Georgia Dennis of Choato ville is quite ill at her parents homeMiss Jennie Lnoefleld was thefJ I guest jjf Miss Edith Edge one evening lIst week Quite a number of our people at tended the StigorsAllison wed ding Our shoos were out black cued in vain All hearts in this community wore saddened by the news of the sorlous illness of Mr Stun C Hull Ho has taught Sundayschool here several summers in the past com log out as we know at great incon venience to himself in order tn help us out with our Sundayschool After ho left oil coming the school hits been a failure Wo hope this useful and helpful life may be allowed to remain and continue for many years yet to bless our voun people with its influneoo and plo oxantI The funeral sermon of ginia Harbour was preached at the Uioateville Church lust SundIn- h Rev N Florence of JjOXIIIJtoil It was a very touching address in which ho said heater lover hath not unto than lie who gives his lire for another and this is what this girl of seventeen did in trying to save htll little brother Our hoar goes out in silent sym pathy to tho family in their sorrow ful loss Wo have this winter in our dis trict had it brought to us in ItIsaddest and most tiinphatic mamior that death comes alike to young and old in tho deaths here in 1tstalwart hautfsomo man of twenty four years a of seventeen years a man of thirtyfive and an aged couple of seventy years all In less than five months j ttt Mohairs and SilksI Are tho sensible serviceable and stylish materials forIShirt Waist Suits We Import our Mohairs direct Every quality the best for the pricpSome new effects for next week s ttWli Sundayschool Choateville wil be organized tomorrow nt a oclock p m also at Bridgeport Christiai Church also at Benson Baptis Church We are lnd to hear of this renewed interest in Sundayschools The case of Stoops v Laceftek was decided on Wednesday by Judge Cantrill in favor of the plaintiffOur are always interests in school teachers and their doings and have noticed many times the name of Mrs L D Stuoker nee Brawner and how great an inter est she seems to take in school meetings and matters Now would it not be a graceful and appre dative thing for our people and efficient County School Superin tendent Miss Pattie to appoin Mrs Stucker onoof the examining board for she certainly seems to understand and take such an active working interest in all eduoationa matters SCRIBE THE BEST FAMILY SALVE DeWitts Witch Hazel gives instant relief from Burns cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Tetter ant all abrasions of the skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve It is only necessary to see that you get the DeWitts and a cure is cer There are many cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quite a few art dangerous while DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is perfectly harmless and cures Sold by J W Gayle ANOTHER JOLT FOR BECK HAM COUNTY Upon the rerunning of the lines the proposed new county of Beck ham under authority of the county officials of Carter and Lewis counties it was found that Vanceburg the county seat of Lewis county and a largo area of the county which was supposed to be left in that county was included in Beck ham county and a slice of Carter county which was supposed to be included in Beck ham had been left in Carter county Great is tho county builder in the Kentucky Legislature FOR SALE I have on hand a good supply of my famous White Seed Corn which am offering to those needing seed Address- J P HOSTETTER R F D No 2 Frankfort Ky 82tf MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL CINCINNATI 0 MAY 1114TH 1904 For the above occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will soil round trip tickets from Frankfurt to Cincinnati for 875 DAZES OF SAIJEiIII ll14th inoll1 FI heIS 81td u DR E CROEMELEl DEUTSCHER ARZT Olllco mill ivtiitcnco above WEITZELi ODOXNELL 808 Mtiin St TKIKHIIONKS Old 184 New 136 Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 Troos In tbs million Fruit nUl- lOrlHunontil Shrubs Grapevines Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and No agents Strawberry and general catalogue on ap plication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar 123m IHousez Ingrain and Brussells Carpets f On these a saving to you of 20 per p fillCanportunity l 13 BEST f AND RUGSt PRICES GOODS TREATMENT These are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no J reason why we shouldnt and ifat any f time you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it i1y John r Driscoll Frankfort Ky i t Saff ells It IfOurNew Goods Have ArrivedCall and see themiCanned Goods of all kinds in the Premier i Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheesesf Pj sRudolph Bauer Fine Candies y eWhiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds IMe TRY OUR FAMOUS W Red Jacket Cider I4 l l 1 1 f rt IiJ 1 1 ff tft 11 Jott 7It i t J RROERSSONS Slobc Vfcrtnckc Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined i A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only combination desk and bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attrac five Vie want to show you its advantages and possi bilities CaU write or phone us about it l1ci W 1 aI Il tl RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH RevOL Powers of Wooilluko will preach at a m At 780 p m Roc J R Siunpey t D D of Louisville will deliver a BaptistyoungSundayschool at 945 a in in the chapel At 8 p in Rev M B Adams the tor will preach at Bellonoint Department and Bible Class Tau prlit by Mr S E Hut ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet nt iBO p m in the main audience room Leader Cecil Farmer- Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel and everybody in tho city cordially invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn Rector Sunday April 17 730 a m Holy Communion 11 a in Morning Prayer and Ser mon 8 p ni meeting of Junior Department 780 g Prayer and Sermon Wednesday evening at 780 Even Ing Prayer and Lecture At780 Friday evening Leo turn and study of Sundayschool lesson Everybody cordially invited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie the Pastor having returned from Alabama will preach at lln in and 780 p amiSundayschool nt chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock in the chapel Leader Alma Enles Topic How Christ Transforms t eyonIIIngThe Junior Endeavor Society will meet in tho chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers in the city SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the Pastor will preach at a m and 1 780 p Sundayschool at 080 a m pm Young Peoples Society at 680 Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 80 p m- Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCHRey Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass 10 a m f Vespers 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHU R C H Rev J MoClusky Blayney D D the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 045 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor 045 p m All the young people Invited rt Prayermeeting Wednesday night 80 p m tf The public cordially invited to attend METFODISrcHuRCHuReC P preach at 11 a m and 780 p m f Sundayschool at 080 a m t Epworth League will meet in t Ladles Parlor at 730 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock r Visitors cordially welcomed t Y M C ATherewlll be meet Ings at the Y M C A on Sunday afternoon for boys at 280 and for 1 men at 330 All boys and men are invited There is a saving in buying good breadthandle JOHN DRISCOLL i Hit A FARM hB1YSMr William H McClure has pur chased a farm near Wuathersford Texas and has taken up his resi- dencer in time Lone Star State We wish him abundant success in his new undertaking Dr Weavers Treatment Brop for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions For All Kinds 9- fLight Work use liGHt MATCH Ghey always light 9 the sticks are longer andstronger EVerybox contains a Valuable coupon Ask your grocer THE DIAMOND MATCH CO T- HEEquiLable Life Insurance SocietyO- F THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY GOOD NEWSTO THE SUFFERER WITH RHEUMATISMKIDN- EY LIVER STOMACH AND ALL NERVOUS TROUBLES CURED BY DENNS CURENoPURE SIMPLE POSITIVE CURE FREE OFFERFor a few lays only the Denims Safe and Speedy Rheuma tism Kidney Liver Cure never failing most astonishing cure will be sold regular size bottles only 10 Cents Also samples free to HipncheLegnche finyinjurya little two months babe fan use our remedy YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT HELPED IN A FEW HOURS RLGULAR SIZE 25cNOW FREE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE COLUMBUS 0 U S A CALL IMMEDIATELY AT G1YTAEs DRUG STORES REGULAR SIZES 25c 75c 100 A SURE CURE OR PILES52at TAYLORIr I THE PREMIER r KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky tit tt f i r A STRO G COMBINATION i 1 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I AND THE IJ iA LOUISVILLE WEEKLY HERALD r i 1 Both able aggressive fearless newspapers f j One you need for all the local home newstthe other is a necessity because of its supe rh nor telegraph service embracing the entire jK world correspondents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russia and Japan Nil BOTH ONE YEAR1fi Send orders to 6EO A LEWIS Publisher i The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky J- l Pleasant to take jIt Laxatlve t r iiIof Mw iriJ NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION s fk Ask Your Doctor j i itl1 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a fli normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines m LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring t about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as i Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc t Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ttJ 1 k i ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEr JI u n WORMS IWHITES For 20 Years Has led all Worm Remedies GUARANTEED1u OLDUY Xx aRVCiG1rt Tr6tipared by JAMES F BALLARD St LouIs PAUL B wEITZELr Clair Broadway 11 QDQprQSSQdy has frequent headaches bad ot nerves lack ot mlaladyItsDont fall to get today nt your druggists a bottle of HERBINE YoullIPAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair St Broadway j1 7f genuineLaxative the remedy that three cold IB one dry t a a IWMen or women local representa a tives for a high class magazine prizesWrite ington Square Now York N 2i4t ir LOUR STOCK IS COMPLETE l OR9SR I i1R 482 I THE SEWARD SHOW Tho Only Company on the Road Producing an Entire Repertoire of pluys Never Before en at Popular Prices in This City Ladies Free Monday Night if Accompanied by Holdor of Re served Seat Ticket It has been the timehonored cus thoybest wine and in aeccalance with the aforesaid ouftom Manager Mc j Namara wUJ present to the patrons of the Capital Theatre as the clos Jring production of the season the of repertoire companies rL the Seward Show week of April 25 bjMinnie Seward and supported by a strong company of capable peo jib including such welltknown art ists as Arthur J Chism Will Sant cha Harry H Tilton Geo Met Ii calf Charles L Fallen Audrey St Clair and Tim Leavens Misses Nellie Blanohard Fannie Garland Lyda Hall Brandon and Katie Leavens The organization is presented to the public solely upon its merits end the patrons of the Capital Theatre are assured that its plays are the best ever seen at popular prices and that they are absolutely and entirely now Neither time labor nor expense has been spared to make this company equal to the best traveling attraction in every respect and its performances will undoubtedly merit the approval and patronage of every theatre in Frankfort The repertoire of excellent plays that will be pre sented by this splendid company during the closing week of the theatrical season are the follow ing A Game of Craft It The Twin Sisters II Lucky Jim Fooled by Fortune Still Wa ters Run Deep A Woman Against an Empire The Blank Eagle1 Dead Wood DloklI A Fatal Wedding Down in Illi nois and others Peoples prices 10 20 and 80 cents will prevail and on opening night every lady accom panied by the holder of a lOut ticket if reserved before 6 p in 11Ionday will be admitted free Advance sales of seats opens at Barretts Book Store Thursday morning April 21 O4S cnX4Bears 8Ignatnro 1i of A The top notch of excellence the lowwater mark prices at John rti Drisoolls It EVERY HEALTHY BOY Likes to get himself into places of danger Hence bruises strains and sprains Mother scolds and brings out the bottle of Perry Davis Painkiller and rubs it an the injured spots with an energy and frequency depending on the seriousness of tho case There is nothing like Painkiller to take out onei25o and oc DO IT TODAY limo time worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today is now jon orally presented in this form Do f J it today That is the torso ad vice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold t with which you have been strug for several hays perhaps twoelu Take some reliable remedy for it to dnvturd let that remedy be Dr Boschoos German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will euro you loopPconsumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely a cureus it has done before of apparently hopeless of lung trouble Now trial rttTetlaot 25c regular size 750 At yr COMESWTheplete 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 zf7 IFor the Roundabout MY FRIENIS V O IJ do not ask theo to keep faith with me Because I feel it best to leave thee free I do not bind thee by a single vow Because I know thou will bo true as now Yet I must bog forgiveness ere wo part God keep theo dearest heart I know what thy dear lips would trembling asa To pledge me from my selfap pointed task What I am sworn to do shall yet be done No toil shall hinder me till vic torys won Forever in my prayer thou art a part God keep theedearest heart Thy memory dear shall be my guide aright Through future years The past a beacon light Divided though we be by land or sea Still shall my every thought fly home to thee- Goodbyegood nighttis sad in deed to part God keep thee dearest heart Beyond this isle of fate a destined star By angel hand is beckoning afar Today in looking back across the years- I see thee plainly through a mist of tears Forgive me dear forgive me now we part God keep theedearest heart N S COX April i 1904 IO Just m- EIi G Now I Drugs = IMspring overhauling will find you in need of drugs and we want to supply thorn Housecleaning will bo easier if you use plenty 00 of borax anti ammonia Results will be far more I- EI satisfactory if you follow the cleaning by a liberal use of insecticides and dip 1 infectants We have ev erything needed and all Iwill be fresh pure and re liable It will be a pleasure to give information or to quote prIersW IK GAYLE CO 314 Main street r J W GAYLE tftf Cor Ann and Broadway Ie I I t t It GOOD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippo because it does not pass immediately into tho stomach but takes effect right at tho sent 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 Ark writes For 12 years 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 twolvo years II If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by all druggists Only 50c FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this as a candidate for the- nomination for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party 28to 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 IHtf COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52 te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Judge r DAN MOORE as n candi date for jailor of Franklin county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party at the primary lUte IFOR REPRESENTATIVE IWo are authorized to announce Mr D OWEN ROBINSON as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the action of tho Democraito primary Feb Ite IliOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Col B H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the otUco of Representa tivo from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party 28te CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in tho cure of consumption 1110Itoo tail do much hotter at homo b proper attention to food dlglstiOli- and a regular use of Gorman Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup PO is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening rough land debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion JIll to coughing the greatest danger and droad of tho consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking roguIIa warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there tho fow who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size loc At all drug gists yr 1 ri Ir cnn ti l Eve- ryThursday WILL BEIBargain Day Special Prices Every Department That Day WILLIAM YEOMAN MoKEE I The Yeoman Carriage Co 0sFormerly the Seller Carriage Co Well and Favor ably Known the People of Franklin County I- rRIGHTLYMADEVehicles require better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages thanIIthe printed praise could bestow upon them You easily yourself that this and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction every detailrThe reputation have established good work and fair dealing underIfirm name the Seller Carriage founded Yeoman the late Henry Heimiller Esq 1876 shall fully maintain the eral departments carriage building Our repair and repainting departjments fully equipped and wish say friends should they favor with their business they assured getting the best work possible have warerooms complete stock factorymade vehicles also nice line make usual splendid quality We pre pared build order any style pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEEfOpposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 1911 FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 1884 BARGAINS 1904p our 20 years experience we find that success wooed various ways but only won by honesty of purpose Ours Isihonest purposeHTo serve you to serve you well How well we serve you evidenced by the few sample prices we quote fOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS COMMENCING APRIL 15 Granulated Sugar 100 Arbuckle Coffee per package 12340- t Good Bulk Coffee 1UO Whole Standard Tomatoes regular Star 3 Standard Peas regular Stan Standard Apples regular lOo 8130 Standard Salmon regular 3 Standard Baked Beaus Stc Standard Corn per dozen 110 Good Prunes per Best Prunes per Stec In on A W so to no 3 for us all we can is so in we for the of Co by our Mr in we in sev of are we to to our us are of We in our a of a of our own of its are to to of jr 1 In is in i it is an is 20 lbs H S E lbs lb lOu lb lOc it lb lOc 7o lb lb So lb If a lb Extra Choice Evnp Peaches 25o Extra Navy Beaus perib do Premier Rolled Oats 3 packages 25o Best Bolted Meal per package 1st Patent Flour per sack 75c 2nd Patent Flour per sack 70o Straight Patent Flour per sack 65o Pure Lenf Lard tOe per lb 11 lbs Vismans Pure Leaf Lard lie per 6100Ilb 10 lbs Bacon Belly Meat por lb 100IBacon Buts per lb 73c in iWeand proves 1 Inc Anderson County Sour Mash Whiskey regular price 800 cut 210 per gallon deceived When others tell you they have just as good for tho pi ice dont be i J Wo are soiling for t per gallon a whiskey equal in quality to that of our competitors at S240 Nearly every dealer in thn city will toll you that their liquors are just as good as ours but this only proves wo are the STANDARD OF QUALITY ICY WHERE YOU TAKE NO RISK As our stock is entirely too largo and varlet to itemio each article wo only mention a few and cordially invite tho public to call and examine for themselves AS WE HAVE NOTHING BUT VALUES 10 OFFER THESE PRICKS ARE FOR CASH ONLY ALL GOODS CHARGED AT REGULAR PRICES j NO TICKETS GIVEN WITH THE CUT PRICES REMEMBER OUR PLATFORM PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST QUALITY AS HIGH AS THE HIGHEST I JOHN DRISCOLL Stfrankfort 8TEIN BLOCK 8 1 iCtlTtIBS The Choicest Patterns In Our Vast Assortment sibSUITS t t ro 4 IT IS SO EASY Forun3r gentleman to be pleased in our immense showing of Fine Suits for this Spring Our high grade and strictly UPTODATE CLOTHING remains unexcelled by any display in Frankfort and what is more we show everything from the cheapest to the best In our ranges of Mens Suits you see Distinctive Styles and Patterns That Custom Tailors Never Surpass And every one Fits and Wears just like those others ask much more for Besides our goods retain the Shape and once worn you will always want our make OUR Stein Bloch CLOTHING has for years been recognized as being of the Very Best and Swellest and Possess An Air which stamps them as the work of artists XTRA VALUE We have just placed on a table in our store all of the Mens and Boys Suits left from last seasonone or two of a kind There are only about 150 Suits in the lot and everyone is high grade and extra good having sold and are worth from 10 TO 20 A SUIT However we must move them quickly and to do this we live out prices so as so enable a man with little money to get an exceptional value We will sell them from 35 to 750 a Suit Come while we have your size anti your styleit will save you money as they are less than half price FOR THE LITTLE MEN We have provided one of the nicest assortments to be seen All of the nobby new patterns in suits and at prices which make them bargains They run from 150 to 500 and we give FREE One Rough Riders Harmless HornPom Gun With every suit for the boys No danger but lots of real sport and pleasure for the young ones They Sell from 95 TO 251 NEW GOODSrF- OR SPRING We have everything in Dress Goods Wash Goods Lace Curtains Neckwear Laces Embroideries All Wool BlackoUethe new cloth 47c Danish Cloth all shades only 13c Large assortment of Dress Ginghams all patterns lOc Isnickei booker Zephyr including the now Champagne colors very swell 15e Pretty White Piques in small figures suitable for Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist Suits very serviceable 15c Ladies Beautiful Lace Work Hose including Black White and colors l5c value at l1 c Ladies Fancy Parisian Stylo Hose worth 20c at l2fc Lace Curtains Taped and pretty patterns only 47c 13 yards Hope Bleached Cotton for 100 IHESE PRICES FOR THE WEEK LADIES DRESS SKIRTS Here our line is especially strongallof the very late trimmings and shades that are stylish and that hung with a precision that is a source of pride We make a special effort on Skirts from I 3 to 750 But Also haveelegant values at 2 to 250 We Give the Best Values For the Least Money Established 1877J D1 fI SEstablished 1877 1