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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I GKO A LKNVIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEVS1tltats 81 00 In Aclvnnce I VOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 14 1905 NO J9 VERDICT OPfSnoO DAMAGES AGAINST JAMES HARGIS AND ED CALLAHAN Tlif jury in the case of Mrs TI TiargisFrenchturned a verdict on Monday nguinstTnnwAand ipso decided MI favor of Alex Hargis and B F French Roth parties will appeal the case to the Court of Appeals This has been a most stubborn queerthingsavowed running away of witnesses by the defense etc nlaybether notion in the of indict dlfenc1uitsI growintoend in consumption and death Watch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY GEN R E LEE At the last meeting of Joseph H Lords Chapter U D C Satur day January 7 it was decided to celebrate the anniversary of the birthday of Gen Robert E Lee January 19 at 380oclock in chapelAcourse by the Rev Mr Chinn with a song My Old Kentucky Home by a quartet of voices under the supervision of Prof H V Stratton or his appointee nnloClnsionhearts and memories of the Daughters of the Confederacy Respectfully submitted MRS N S COX Corresponding Secretary EXTENDING STREET RAIL 11A On Monday morning of last week the Frankfort tC Versailles Elec tric Railway started a force of hands to work extending the lino out Second and Taylor Avenues around the boulevard to connect with the L it N yards on the West Side The company will 1i0rmitagedistillery mills of the WJ Roberts on the South Side So CoIthis work is completed still improvements both to the ears haul the line to the Park will ho put on so that the line will be in bettor shape than heretofore There are some forty hands at worknow and others may be employed as the work extends We a re glad to note these things and hope that the line may be built to Versailles It will be a paying investment WELL ESTABLISH HGIH SCHOOL Prof A N Gordon who several years has conducted forI rate school for young men Lexington has purchased the farm known as the Hondrick place some two miles and a from this city on the Versailles piknnd will open his schoo- there in September next Th house which Gen Hendrick b11i1 f30OOOfhe 9 of fine land Since Gen Hendriok failed t11 place was bought mid held by his creditors ahiwe welcome Prof Gordon to our county IL is said to be u lid ttuclwrII January Remnant and Clearance Sale isillginand ends and broken lots of goods that we want to close out at once consequently we have CUT THE PRICE SOas will insure their SPEEDY REMOVAL You will Iliad here Rent nants of nIl kinds such as SIIEETINGSif 4 OUTING CLOTH TABLE LINENS FLANNELETTES MADRAS CLOTH PERCALES EMBROIDERIES GINGHAMS LACES CALICOES RIBBONS Etc Also big reductions on OUTINGS and FLAN- NELETTE UNDERWEAR COMFORTS and BLANKETS In Our Readytowear Department We are simply cutting prices onethird to onehalf and in some instances less than loaf ofregular prices LADIES SUITS AT LESS THAN COST LADIES COATS AT LESS THAN COST GREAT REDUCTION ON SKIRTS FURS SHIRT WAISTS CHILDRENS CLOAKS WRAPPERS DRESSING SACQUES ETC THIS SALE BEGINS MONDAY JAN 9 Come early and get choice of the good things we are offering C KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge A ABLE PREACHER AND SPLEN DID GENTLEMAN AN SWERS LAST SUMMONS The sad news was received in this city on Wednesday that Rev Henry E Thomas of Phila dolphin Pa had passed away at longiIInpsMr Thomas was an able preach or sari hightoned gentleman He hutIorgptown toityYhpn was ad mitted to the Presbyterian ministry and for more than fiftyone years preached the gospel Ho- bodybutusunllnbility SlY serving one church in thntI State for over seventeen and Pennsylvania yenrsI In 1850 he was married to Miss laughterjofand wife of this city and thre children together with his wife survivelhllll Iouisvilles brotherine otnuc Miss Lizzie B Hodges of Louis vine A largo number of relatives oecame to him as a blessed relief sutferingwhiclhe t nsItThe remains were interred Yii iladellhinIWe give the following short skeeth from the Louisville Postof Wednesday The Rev Henry E Thomas died this morning at his home in Philadelphia Mr Thomas was in his seventyeighth year and for more than fifty years was u beloved minister of the Presbytei IndIwere LonJsville but for many years he had charge of churches in New Jersey and Philadelphia lr r hennas wife was a daughter of the late Col A G Hodges und ho ihas many relatives and friends in Kentucky His wife and three children survive His son Mr Louis Thomas has lately Hove d to Louisville and is connected with the Citiens Life Insurance Company Mrs H W Bacon nn Lizzie Thomas his daughtres live in Philadelphia TRUE AS GOSPEL An exchange well puts the mat- tel in the following extract editors are not inind readers or fore tellers of events There never was a paper in any locality that gave all the gthatoften happens that a family is gettheroes not care to mention them It is a mistake The paper has no ill feeling nor spite nor enmity against anybody Perhaps you think the paper shows part ality but try and see if it doesnt treat you well if given a chance If you dont see us to tellus any happening or news item your home use the telephone or drop it in the postoflice but dont fail to give your name so there will be no mistake about it mjTlazy lilImakes a lazy 1111- 11Bur10ck Blood Bitters is the an ural never failing remedy for a lazy liver 0 ti WJ Lr k WATER MAIN BURST On Wednesday afternoon about 5 oelnck the big water main burst in front ot Mr Jos Noo nans grocery store corner of Main and Ann streets and the water poured out into the roadway making a lake from curb to curb It was some considerable time before the water could he turned otlsari the mud haul water piled over tIll street car track Litter in the night wcrkmon dug down and took out the broken section of pipe and put ill a sound onrIIt protty quite a while- RENTED PART OP WOOD BURN FARM rIMr John Morris has rented some 300 acres of the Woodburn Farm from the Alexander heirs theIfront Mr Morris is a thorough horse sucheITHE WEATHER IDOllt mention it Since th the new year we have hl weatherIsumIlengtlu Donft IBROKEN ARM Mrs H H Watson was so un 5litpert on t and break her arm Surgical at tention was at once rendered and Mrs Watson is doing as nicely as could not be expected THANKS Mr Paul S Jeffries who for nterly lived here lint who is now n resident of Stillwater inn ohligationsforDispatch which is a firstclass city paper illustrat Itd with colored supplement He will please accept our thlmksIfor his kind remembrance FORCED TO STOP RUNNING Owing to the snow sleet und rains of the first of the week the snsPentafternoon Tuesday until just before night when they viol for n short time aria again suspended until 11e tompnnhns SECURES LOCATION The joint Health Board of the city tad county have purchased house and seven acres of land lo t e tllocationto property cqst 200loin will be at once put in shape for occupan cy of those afflicted with con tagious diseases IN SERIOUS CONDITION 11ttand son of Esq Geo C Hughes of the Forks of Elkhorn is in n serious condition from helot dis ease at his homo in Lexington 111 He has been ordered to Cal broth0tr to Illinois to accompany him on the trip f r tt t i 1 LrJo d ri 1 1 4J = = BOUGHT OUT PAHINEHI Mr Chas L Weitxel has pui chased the interest of his partner Mr H IL ODonnell in tho big v dry goods store of Weitxel ODonnell Mr ODonnell only jjretired because of longcontinued ill health Mr Weitxel will keep the business up to the high standard so long maintained by this house tl BANK DIVIDENDS The Deposit Bank of Frankfort has declared a semiannual divi dplHlof three per cent upon the business of the last six months J This bank is well managed nndAdoes a safe and profitable bush 110SSThpFnrnwls Bunk of Frank fort declared their semiannual dividend of three per cent This bear is well managed and had the best year that they have expert eared since they began business The old reliable National Branch Bank of Kentucky declared their regular semiannual dividend of three per cent Everybody knows how solid and secure this haul is The safe steadygoing Stat National Bank have declared their usual semiannual dividend of three per cent The stock in this bunk is held as giltedged 1earl desirable above items were prepared for last weeks paper but adver tisers clinic in at the last hour and crowded them out GRACEFUL RECOGNITION L J Irwin of Louisville G P Aof the Louisville Hender son tfc St Louis Railway Co in n personal letter to the editor of the Roundabout says This yenr 1001 has been for the header son Route the most prosperous in its history We have no hesi fancy in saying that the Hender son Route handled fully onehalf of the Worlds Fair business from the State of Kentucky which isIsurely a creditable showing when the strength and number of its competitors is considered and we wish to place the credit of our h success where a great real of it I belongs to the Roundabout We also tape this opportunity of ex pressing our sincere thanks and 4 appreciation for the good that has resulted to us through the adver tising tend publicity given us in your valued columns und couple with it the earnest wish that Frankfart fullest measur of prosperity dur ing 1005 and the best the New Year olYers BUYS NEW STAND Mr W McKee Hardie has pur chased the drug store of Mr Paul Broadyveryydesirableshowed good judgment in his purchase 1LDIfOil11O Suporintentlrnt Court of Appeals in which Prof WOOOOlieellsPs ance Bureau for the benefit of the school fund the court held that the money was not part of that fund AWARDED 10000 DAMAGES 1he jury in the ease of Ueltschi v L N R R Co and the C 0 RRCoJn the circuit courton Monday awarded the plaintiffs f 10000 in damages for the killing of Mr Robt Ueltschi by a C it 0 freight train in front of his home last spring An appeal was taken f PERSONAL Mrs M B Adams visited rela tives in Winchester this week Mss Fannie S Gray has returnee from a visit to Louisville Hon Harvoy livers of Coving i ton was hero this week r Mr Jas N Milos of Lexington was hero this week Mr M R Todd is at Indianapolis Ind on a business trip f Col E H Taylor Jr left Sntur t day for Chicago III Capt r T West loft Saturday for JauKbon county on business Mrs Samuel Brownof New City1i was the guest of her mother Mrs H B Innes on Thursday Mr C P Chonault and wife nt tended th HallHazolrigg mnr riage In Louisville Mrs Adele Gaines Tanner win fins been visiting friends in Louis vine lias returned home Miss Amy Lyons of Louisville visited her pirotits Capt W lILyons and wife this week Miss Ruth Robinson visited her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bag r dad this week Miss Jane Watson is visiting hot uncle Rev WJ McEwan D n- at Pittsburg Pa Dr1 W Gayle left Monday for Cuvington on business as Secretary Iofthe State Board of Pharmacy j Miss Nora Johnson of Louis yule was the guest of Mrs W T SaturdayL of Louis villn was the chest of her laugh ter Mrs Joe G South this week Mrs Mary Honsloy has gone to Annapolis Md to reside with her daughter Mrs C E Colahau Judge D D Fields of Whitesbnrg was in tho city on legal business ot r Monday Mr B G Graham of Lawrence burg spint Sunday hero with his family i BowlingGreenrut county was here this week Mr Julian Yager and wifeof La Grange were gunsts of Judge W H Snood and wife this week Miss Lily Roy and Miss Elise Dandridge returned to school al Washington City on Monday Major W E Bradley and wife left for Now York City Satur adyMrs W W Howe of Cincinnati who has been the guest of Mrs H S Keller has returned home Mr Henry Wilkin District Supervisor of the K 1tG W H Co was here Saturday f Miss Bessie Leighton of Jessa mine county is the guest of friends r hereMiss Ada Writ lit of Benson visited her sister Mrs J M Perkinsr this week IIis Ruth Matthews of Now is the guest of Miss Mary Belle Taylor at Thistleton Rev A C Hensloy of Versailles who has been the guest of his mother Mrs Mary Honsley re turned home Saturday I Judge J S Morris of LaGrange elector for this District was here Alonday to cast his vote for Parker Jor President Miss Myrtle Whaley of Cynthi ann who lias been the guest of Miss Corauol Crutohor has re turned home Mrs Frank Kirby of Estill even ty who has peon visiting her aunt Mrs J M Wukeflald has returned homo Mrs Jas A Hodges of Louis Ivine who has bell tho guest of her sister Mrs Helen H McClure i returned home yesterday Rev R L MoCready of Avon- dale Ohio was called here by the death of his cousin Miss Unotta I Thomas on yesterday Mrs Grant L Roborts left ester 4 I day for Minerva Ohio called thereby the illness and probable death of her father Mr H T Settle son of Judge W E Settle left Wednesday to- enter the Naval Academy at An napulis md Mr Goo A Lowis of this otlice returned Wednesday from a trip in Southern Kentucky inuoli bene fo fitted Mrs Maurice Fishback of Louis yule who hRs boon the guest of her sister Mrs H H Roberts has returned home Rev M B Adorns loft Monday for Versailles where ho is engaged in a protradted meeting with Rov Dr 1 F Williams at tho Baptist 1Church= Mr Ed Grant and Mr Geo Conway left yesterday morning for Belleville 111 to investigate DR E C ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children Ofllco and nM np j above WK1TZEL fi ODONNELL Main St TKIKIIIONES 184 New 136 f Old L ii 1 i jAlt4i 1r whether the hotly of an unknown man was that of Mr Buell Taylor Mr Brown Taylor has rosigu his with the IC D W H coptldInk r nice vine Miss Jennie Wostfoldt of Nortl Carolina is tho guest of hor sister Mrs L P Tarlton at Fleetwood Dr Win P Banta and wife sal February 1st for the Philliplues where Dr Banta will he statiouoc as a P S Army Surgeon THE LEGISLATURE The called session of the Leigs lature met at noon on Thursday and wits called to order by the two presiding oHicers The Governor was notified the t they body was ready for business message was rend in both houses Committees were ap pointed to consider the various legal questions involved in tin proposed change of location for the Capitol buildings Resolutions of respect to the memory of Col W C P Breck inridge were adopted and out of respect therefor both houses act journed until Friday Yesterday routine work was en tered into with reference to tin proposed legislation It is thought the session wil last thirty days or more THEY ALL TAKE IT AND LIKE IT The Roundabout is not giver to boasting of its work or its sub scription list but we have receivei so many kindly words from those who read it of late that we cnn not refrain from giving a few al this time Montesano Wash Enclosed please find Jfl to re new my subscription for Round about I cannot get along with out it MRS M G New York You do not know how I loot forward to my paper every week It gives me all the home news F 1 New York City You certainly do give me lots of news from the old home town and I enjoy it H B Logansport Ind I could not get along without the dear old Roundabout S I G Los Angeles Cal I enjoy rending every line in your home paper It is Netter than a half dozen lettersC II A Houston Texas I just can not keep house without the Roundabout C J L Waxahatchie Texas Just keep on sending my japer I dont want to miss tin issue J R These are but samples of the uany which we receive We desire to return our sincere hanks to each and all for their kind expressions and assure thom hat it makes the editors task nosier every time he reads such nessagesNow the time to subscribe for tw new year ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE REV J F WILLIAMS D D OF VERSAILLES KY Will preach at the First Baptist Church Sunday morning and night every one invited to hear him strangers in this city over Sunday ire given a cordial invitation to nako their church homo hero that lay Dr Williams is a man of wide and an able preacher and his ministry next Sunday will he a blessing to all who hoar him wsfCLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con litions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patint and tho rich patient too can uo much hotter at home by roper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman Syrup Free expectoration in the mornings made certain by Gorman Syrup 80 is a good nights rest and tho bseiioo of that weakening cough uld debilitating night sweat Rosters nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger nnd dread of tho consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking Jormnn Syrup liberally and loge any Should you bo able to go ton warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives here the few who are benefited nnd regain strength are thoso that Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 5c regular size lice At all drugI gists yr i tf alt At1t lfb Don to Make A Mistake Nut lint the risk cheapest your grocer in first for HHL3RlOSt hut saves you mOlw V spoiled bread to throw away Satisfaction three times per tiny For sale by tine best groceries bub a special with John Driseoll M Ellwnnger and C W Sullen LETTER IISIIThe following are advertised 1105IDuvls Kiv Gnutloit A Hnllnrcl RIHamilton T Harris Loin Hatter March Johnson Miss Hello Koehler L 1 Moore Misses Maggie and Phillips Mrs Mattie EllnI Pope Miss Ella Price Mrs Willie Rico F OIScott t2 Shepherd Mrs Nettle Smith Mrs Mettle When calling for the above letters please say advertised E M DRAKE P 1L Dr Weavers Treatment Byrcp for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions NEAR TO DEATH Mr Anderson Hieatt and bride of Anderson county came to the Capital Hotelon Wednesday they blew 1Mrhis wife unconscious Physicians were at once summoned and Mrs Hieatt resusci tated NARROW ESCAPE Aobut 11 oclock on Thursday night Miss Alice Lafontaine dis covered the casement to a door in her fathers residence on Ann street to be on fire Sho at once gave the alarm and Mr Lafon taine and his sons succeeded in extinguishing the blaze without turning in an alarm The dam age was only about 25 worth It seems that the bricklayers when putting in the door failed to build in the space between tile casing stud a Hue with brick and a spark from the flue set the wood work on fire Had the blaze started later in the night the whole family would likely have been burned to lentil BY INDIAN WAR HEROES Indian Fights and Fighters by Cyrus Townsend Brady which is brought out by Mc CliirePhillips strikes the person al note strongly and will bring the heroes of our recent Indian WUTS very close to the reader Many of the accounts given in it of encounters with the red men were written by the generals who wore in command The larger part of the material was furinah ud by the oflicers or men who lead been in the engagements and the iccounta by Mr Brady were in nil oases revised by men who had irsthand knowledge of the sub ject on which Mr Brady wrote There are also maps and setchen jf Fort Phil Kearney made by Gen 11 B Carrington and other Indian war heroes have contrib uted in some way There are pictures of everybody one especially of Buffalo Bill as a young man which has never before been reproduced COUGHS AND COLDS All coughs colds curl pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation and heals find soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards oil Mienmonia Harmless and pleas int to take Sold hyJ W Gayle Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis d N O Ittl No Naves 9 Arrives M am Now Orleans HpeeiiU No I- OIIIHII 1201 p in Arrives 585p in No Local Mall No lt II 720 a in Arrives 455 u For Fulton Paclucati and intermediate ointH Connection to cud from Elixubetli town HO lclIIIo and Hupkinnville except no iinday nervine to Elizabethtown gen Stops at Ill stations Jso Accommodation NO eaves VM p m Arrives UM a in For Central Conneotint service to odKcnvillu and Elixabethtown except on umlays at all statioasAll Trains Stun Daily i t CHi The confident feeling that your dinner tableSJ is perfectly correct in its appointments can be realized if you have a service of 1835 R Wallace Silver Plate Mrs Rorers illustrated book How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT WANTED Ten men in each State to travel tack signs and distribute samples and circulars ofour goods Salary jii per month 800 per day for expenses KUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago in2m rLlkeI ThcomesISto the weak and famous remedy despon does for the stomtw dent ach that which Itcuring all is unable to do stomachW itself even if but troubles and slightly disordered or overburdened Kodoll disorders supplies the natural I juices of digestion anQ does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom 2ach and digestive organs y Kodol Dyspepsia nr DIr Cm Supply Bottles only 100 She holdlnr 2A times the trial size which sells for 50c form ky CDW1TT 4 For saie by J W Gayle drug gist ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches- of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High Mr Miracle and wife Grocer W Broad Rev Dawson Rev J J Shingler President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Denna Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you lielpitGAYLES Rt =Hei- t WattRISOQSc LRttRIS lioni Eutope Will Be 0 Leading Feature or TU- BCourier s Journali 1 During 1905 THERE WILL JJE MANY OTHER- AllIIACPi E D EPA HTM K N TS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSAPJiHIMull Rates 0IlallyliCOlTHIERLOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement ycu Ican get the ROUNDABOUTand Weekly CourierJournal 1 both one year fcr only si 50 onlyAllbination otter must be sent through the Roundabout Oi- lluuFREE A SiXFA GlfJ CALENDAR WALL ATLAS of Kentucky showing Plstfttfl 1tlOl1latest cetihUi Map of United Staten Map of Niciiriiguu nnd Panama Canal with reports of the Congrefttional corn itteea Map of Eastern Hemisphere Mnp of Western lifiniHpherc Map of Japan Corer and Sea t of Kus o JnpniictiC Warn Attractive Calendar for IDOii and the Finns of nil Nations in colors Census Reports of 1880 18 jo nnd This Atlas is worth 2 and you get it for absolutely nothing by subscribing for the Louisville Evening Post DAILY 1 YEAR 300 DAILY MONTHS 200 SATURDAY ONLY 1 YEAH 100 y or w s FARJVJERTHE RED STHR REDUCTION SHLEEVERY RED STAR MEANS A REDUCED PRICE RED STAR SPECIALS FOR NEXT WEEK RED STAR SKIRT AND SUIT SALE Good Blenched Cotton 5c Every price cut to the quick to insure immediate sale of them Long Cloth Finish Cott n is Lot 400 Skirts 250 Red Star Prices on Cambrics and Sheetings 500 Skirts U9 Berkley Long Cloth extra value at lOco and 15c 000 Skirts 859 Box Nainsook Finish Long Cloth 100 and 200 worth 200 850 Skirts 000 and 250 Suits onethird to one half oil RED STAR UNDERWEAR SALE 25c Union Suits 15c 50c Union Suits 35c RED STAR DRESS GOODS SALEBoys and Girls Underwear Each yard is worth far more than the Red Star prices tell ofyOOo 0 Garments 35c 25c Garments loc8100 Colored Voiles all colors 150 Black Rib Cheviots 79c Skirts L Many very exceptional values I5Ot Quality 89c U50 Quality 100 DEATHS THOMASAt the home of her father on Second street on Wednesday morning Miss Unetta Chiles Thomas daughter of Mr Saml A and Mrs Lutie Chiles Thomas aged 15 years of pneu moniaThis bright and handsome girl was a favorite with all who know her She was of a quiet amiable and loving disposition The sympathy of a large circle of friends goes out to the bereft parents and sister to whom she was so tenderly attached The funeralservices were con ducted by Rev C R Hudson pastor of the Christian Church on yesterday after which the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery STEPHENS Mrs Ed Stpehens received telegram Sunday January 8 announcing the death of her grandson Elmo Stephens who died of pneumonia He was a bright young man of 21 years and had many friends in the city who will mourn his death The funeral tooK place Tuesday after noon and the remains were buried in the Cave Hill cemetery i onT11i1 aged about 52 years of diabetes Mr Griffin was an industrious and honorable man He was for merly Superintendent of the Gas and He leaves a yife and five small boys to mourn his death f The funeral services were con ducted by Rev J 0 A Vaught pastor of the Methodist Church i and his brethren of the I 0 Red Men attended the funeral in a body on Monday afternoon at 8 oclock The remains were laid b away in our cemetery We are glad to learn that Mr Griffin had his life insured in the benevolent society known as Prudent Patricians of Pompeii to the extent of 1000 fi TOOKERSHEPPARD this city on Monday January 2 Mr 11ti ChurchMr iU is a business young man of Hamilton 0 while his bride is a charming laughter of ti Mr and Mrs Taylor Heppard 4They left Tuesday for Hamilton 1 to that place their house I SalveDeWitts ffiSV ni For Piles Burns Sore REST MADE EASY ThereSleeplessnessWhen Learn This Cant rest at night with a bad backA lame a weak or an aching oneDoans Kidney Pills are for bad backsThey cure every form of kidney illsFrom common backache down todiabetesThey endorsed hy Frankfort peopleMrs Margaret Weitzel of 318 Mero street wife of Lucas Wait zel linker by trade now retired SaysFor a number of years I suffered from a persistent aching across the small of my hank and through the kidneys At times my back was so bad that I could hardly sit strip get up Ctr down or lift anything oven of ordinary weight At night it bothered me so that I could not Test comfortably and when I first arose in the morning I felt tiredand worn out the ladneys se rations were irregular highly colored and lie tressing and on stancHng deposit eda heavysediment I scar Doans Kidney Pills advertised procirred a box at JI W GayiVs drugstore and bflgjinto use them In a lew days I noticed thatI the secretions had assumed a ural apjjearnnce Male pains and aclus left me and I felt as well as ever after completing the treatment Nothiiiig pleases me more than to speak a wordtin favor of Doans Kidney Pills11 Foi sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Mil mini Co Buffalo N Yoeole agents for the United States tIw11IlnwDouu5jund THE DIAMOND CURE The latobt news from Paris dfi that they have discovered a dia mond cure for ooiisumptioih If you fear consumption or ptacu monia it will however be lest for you to take that great renwly mentioned by W T McGee of- yanleer Penn I had a cough for fourteen years helped me until I took Dr KingsI New DSCOVCTV for Consumption inIstnntcure nlqun rune for Throat and Lung Troubles At all 1rl1gstOTf1SI J11r1 MARRIED HALLHAZELRIGGIn Louisville on Wednesday Mr Thos A Hall and Miss Elizabeth Hazel rigg both of this city were mar ried by Rev E L Powell of the First Christian Church Louis villeMr Hall is one of the cleverest and most popular gentlemen whoever lived in this city His bride is the hnndscome accomplished and lovely youngest daughter of Judge J H Hazelngg and wife We tender our heartiest ton gratulations RICIIARDSO LAURAY In this city on Tuesday Mr John Richardson and Miss Anna Lau ray were married by Rev L D Stacker Delayed Letter TENTH ANNIVERSARY Mr Bain Moore and wife cele brated the tenth anniversary of their marriage on Tuesday last at ther home It was a very pleasant affair From 4 till 6 their married frienfis were entertained at a sup per a large turkey being the crowding feature folkslwlrMT Moore is one of the most accommodating and farmers in our neighborhood while hiswife is a charming hfl stess All who were theire who were near half a hundred joined in wishing these clever people many happy returns of the occa sion ONE WHO WAS THERE WANTED MEN AND WOMBSI iTn this county and ttdjodiiang territories to repr sem amcd lulerlan established ou o gelid flimnoiiil tandiu Salary to on 21 weekly to womeui 12 tot 3S weekly with expenses aiflvnnoed each Monday by wheel direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when neoeftsnry position perinanrcit Address Blow JiroR Co Dept 4 Motion Hld r Chl cago III 1824t 00MhiuteCohCareFr FALSE ALARM An alarm from box 27 at 74o yesterday morning called the department to the State Capitol whore choked furnace Hues hut tilled the house with smoke OLD TAYLORJ h1I1 THE RE- MIERKENTUCKS WHISKEYS H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky f 4I J r Have you seen the new four of income bond issed by THE EUTITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Interest and principal papable in gold Interest be gins at once and continues for twenty years after death when the face ol bond becomes due and payable I shall be pleased to call and give full information concerning same RALPH R WILSON AGENT P cI L OLD PHONB 458 HIGHURWe mean pert what we say High Quality Low Prices Some people think that a good article can not be had for a low pricethat if they payfc good price they are always sure of a good article Thutia wrong Sometimes merchants cut the prices on excellent goods boo low mostjn t to get people into the store they lose money to make trade IThatis the case when we offer Glenmore Whisky at 200 per gallon JOHN DRIRCOLL 216 St Clair StI Frankfort Kentucky = BIG WATER Theslush sleet and snow went re fi on Wednesday with a rush ri1Iover six feet up to Thursday morning and was still rising und irunmng out with a rush JW Early Risers JhB JaraoiM Nttto pills TilE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST An independent Newspaper- AT THE RATE OF ONLY flRii iI ER MONIB BY AJb1SAIL A department fur everybody FAIREST D1TllIUALS BEST POUTJCAL ARTICLES BEST MISCELLANY BEST SHORT STORIES I BEST BOOK JRE VIEWS BEST CHILDUENS PAPER BEST HOVE NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MAHKET REVIEWS BEST OF ONE PEAR 30SIX MONTHS 211 THREE MONTHS ifONE MONTH oe Sample cory if you wish Address Circulation Oept THE EVENING POST Louisville Kv ROUNDABOUT year jioo The tipngo Calendar Wall Atlas The Louisville Daily Evenint Post 100I on independent newspaper 5001TheI New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH HIThtm flatly ThcMwninitiniiit tn ininw pain to servteeThroughisio Exourston tltktts now on snip For stldresiBTray Pass Ajrr Louisille Ky PGfLouts Mo 50 VEARS- EXPERIENCE t TRADE MARKS t DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c maaPatentaIIlitptelal notice without chnrso In tho Scientific American clrculnllllnnowedealertMUNNBranch Office F St Washington D 3u I THeFranKfortflounflaDQUt n Entered at the ostolHce at Frankfort ken lucky as secondclass mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 14 1905 TO OUR PATRON We will in a few days send out hills to our patrons for their subscriptions to the Roundabout t The amounts due from each in dividual subscriber are small but in the aggregate they amount to a very considerable sum and will help very materially to make the wheels go round We trust the response will he prompt stud assuring for which we shall be duly grateful tf INEXCUSABLE NEGLECT For more than a week the earth excavated for the track of the street cars on Second street around to Taylor avenue has been l lying upon the granitoid walk leading to the city schools The had weather and the sleet and snow followed by the thaw of Wednesday mule the narrow passage way for pedestrians be I r tween the bank of earth and the granitoid foundation for the iron fence from two to four inches deep in water and the conse quence was that tho teachers and thistto the corner of Bridge and Second streets many of them having their feet thoroughly wet Whoso fault this is we do not know bu tit is simply a piece of inexcusable neglect and careless indifference to the rights of o- thleIsVe hope this matter may be to at once The atten- tionf of the Board of Education is especially called to the matter The teachers fear that manyof their scholars may be made sick by having to wade through the water as they had to do to get to school I Every Two Minutest Physicians tell usthat all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in everytwo minutes If this actionbe comes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work iI for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least possible effort is the desire of I everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore YOU expect will tend you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label ison the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 409 Pearl St N Y so cents Jloo druggUti MentalStrain eral Health Doctors Doses WeaK ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties of the sick room followingI been healthy with the ex myalast illness some ago I assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months ne departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness my trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and m stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was up about the house 1 continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles has been strengthened by experience of other our hav log used Restorative Nervine with splendid results in a case of para ysis and a to whom I sent a box the AntiPain Pills ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia bv their use know a number ofothers whom yourmedicine has helped in a you continued success MxsFRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All drucgists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Mills Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind MEETINGS CLOSED The series of meetings hold by Rev Geo A Hilton at tho First Presbyterian Church closedon Sunday night InR- t1homeetings throughout were characterized Ia deep and solemn interest Tho preaching of Mr Hilton was straightfor ward pungent and searching He did not shun to call things by their right names He did not call sin an aberration from the path of rectitude but he called in its widest acceptation We regret that the weather in terfered largely with the attendance which while good was nothing like such as it ought to have been and no doubt would have been otherwise The address of Mr Hilton at the Y M C A on Sunday after noon was especialy fine direct and searching Ho is a speaker of power and all who hoard him wished to hear him again Two million Americans suffer the torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bit ters cures At any drug store A REGULAR BEAUTY The Equitable Life Association has issued one of the daintiest and prettiest calenders of the sea son It is something that any lady would gladly adorn her room with We desire to return thanks to Mr Ralph R Wilson special agent for a copy of this regular beauty TAKES PLACE IN APPEL LATE CLERKS OFFICE Mr Rodman Keenon of Har rodsburg has been appointed to and accepted a position as Deputy in the Clerks Ollico of tho Court of Appeals under Mr1 Morgan Chinn Mr Keenon was City Attorney of Harrodsburg BUYS VALUABLE PROPERTY Mr Frank Hewitt has purchaser the property of Mrs Nicholas Katie on Third street bt tween Logan and Murray for 1400 This is a valuable piece of property us beside a good cottage house there is a large lot upon which dwellings clue be built which will he in demand COUGHS AND COLDS All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable aro quickly erred by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation and hems and soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards oil pneumonia Harmless and pleas tint to take Sold by J W Gaylo I i LINDSAYWILSON SCHOOLI TRAINING Wo are glad to see by the clip ping below that this training school for Yanderbilt University located at Columbia Ky is sour ing a success under the manage ment of Prof S h Frog e lately of this city The LindsayWilson Training School established by the Board of Education of the Ljui ill conference of the 11 E Church South which opened its doors forI the matriculation of students one year ago is meeting with gre t success Last term about 2i U students were enrolled and this term the success promised will he oven greater With the beginning of the second five months Mol day seventy new pupils matricu lated and there are still others to come The school now has over 200 enrolled Prof S rJl logge an educator of State reputation heads the institution and the Rev Chas R Payne is the busi ness manager DESERVED PROMOTION Mr Ralph R Wilson who has been in this city for some two years as agent of the Equitable Life Association has received nice promotion with of course proportionate increase of salary He has peen appointed to a spe cial agency for the Louisville oilice in this and adjoining counties Ho will however still make Frankfort his headquarters Mr Wilson is a pleasant and popular gentleman with very eili ciont nUll winning ways in the insurance business Wo congratulate him upon his success Ho represents ho claims tho safest and best insurance com pany in tho country SOLD lIEU FARM A short time since Mrs A M Forsee advertised her farm of 20 acres lying on the Peaks Mill pike for stile in tho Roundabout On Monday last the place was sold to Mrs W Thus Black for 2000 equal to cash This isL nice place and Mrs Black has a bargain in it VOTE CAST FOR PARKER AND DAVIS Th electors for President and VicePresident selected by the people of Kentucky met on Mon day last in the Appellate Courtroom Mr Jennings the elector from tho Second District was the only absentee The vote of Kentucky was then east for Parker and Davis and the electors adjourned TONIC TO THE SYSTEM For liver troubles and constipa tion there is nothing Dotter than DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little Pills They do not weaken the stomach Their notion upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind says u No use talking Do Witts Little Early Risers do their work All pills I have used gripe and make mo sick in the stomach and never cured me DeWitts Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relief They are simply perfect Persons traveling find Little Early Risers the most reliable remedy to carry with them Sold by J W Gayle Terrible plagues those itching pestering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Doans Ointment euros At any drug store PROMPT WORK We understand that the Pru dent Patricians of Pompeiin benevolent insurance society who held a policy for 1000 upon the life of Mr John J Griffin who 1on Saturday have already arranged for the payment of that sum to the desolate widow This is an unusually prompt settlement and the order deserves all credit t A19TO nJA- B theIliaSignature rt +of r i Pleasant to take t Laxative SyrupNAT- URES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anu their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit awl Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do unot like it better than any other you have tried t ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TOt Glaze Your Windows I 1G11 FRANK G STAGG i Hardware Paints Oils EteJiLEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OT 10 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND t NoNo4 No1 Not DailyEx Statlona ills Kx Dully SundlExSun Dan A MI LeaveI A M P M I Ar svuI f 745 Lexington ArI 805 H2 J Winchester 5JClay City lJ 4U3 UIUI167 Stanton 990 Natural Bridge 401 I4H Torrent tWII H4l 1029I Beatty villo Junction t190 41 ve U4TRckJ4IIn U2i a Train No 3 nod connect nt O K Junction with tint O x K Ky for Cannol City and local points on that lint Train No and connect at Biatty villo Junction with L A Uy for Btrattyvlllti Trains No and conneit with the C O Ky at L t E Junction fur tit Sterling and local station J K BARB CHARLES SCOTT General Manager O P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY U NOH4 No 22IINo 83 No 2I DullyMb Mid IvIA M Lye P M A M Ar P M Ar 2851Jackson sue 1120 0 1120JO 10 Is 152 Hamilton 4aO 1158 19J17J5 105 Cannel City 545 1245 INtm and will make closo connection at O It K Junction with Nut and tho Lexington toad EastemRnthvayM L CONLEY Superintendent I JWM A NOTABLE ATTRACTION t Coming to Cunitnl Theatre next Friday Jnmmry 20 Tho ongiifjemiMit of Mins Nnn notto Ctunstoclc nt the Capital ThfMtro on Friday January 21 Jor ont u rforinancG only Mr Winston ClmrohiUs drainatia tion of his own thrilling novel rf love und wnrIHJlw Crisis is justly considered1one of the Must important of the prosont sla OIl Tho fact that Miss Comstock is starring im r tho managmont of Jumps K Hatkott the clover young actormanagor who has como to the front so rapidly us a manager of highclaps attractions is in itsnlf n guarantoo of the high artistic miritof the entertain lPnt ofVonul Thon too The Crisis needs no introduction to local playgoers The play is recognixed as theniost pojwhir of all Ameri cnn dramas and has a record for success of the most emphatic kind Fur three years the play has her before the American i public and it has yet to receive I the faintest word of condemna tion No other play has been produced in this country in years that has a record for success to equal that ofIHjlw Crisis It has been played in onlY city of ally size from Maine to California and is still regarded by theatre goers as the most important en gagement of the year in each city in which it is booked to ap pour Local playgoers will see The Crisis under the most fa vorable conditions this season The piny hits been provided with an entirely new scenic outfit and one which is said to be more beau tiful than any yet provided for this play whidh has always considered one of the most hoonI tuously staged this couutlV Miss K Jonistockwho is now starring int the play is very justly regarded as one of tho most charming of American actresses She has created more important charac ters in American drama than al most any other your player She was the original Jennie Buck thorn in Shenandoah and played the part as it lias been played since She noorI original Mollio Wood in Virginian and has been seen n nearly all the important Broad way during the ten yemsICoin1FCarve have no hestitation in de Glaring it is the host work she has ever done and that she is more over the perfect physical and mental embodiment of the character of the warmhearted hot thatIwill this season make a greater success than ever before the historyof this remarkable play Prices 25c to 100 A FRIEND OF WHISTLER William Farquhar Payson the author of Debonnaire Mc OlurePhillips is one of the few men who knew the real Whistler in his later days Ho althimin Rome at the time he was lIpin1pnU11J Sindici the author of Via Lucis Later he saw a good heal of him in London The Whistler on show with all his eccentricities and his vengefully i81decidedlWhistler who in the privacy of his own home was all sweetness kindness wittiness and brilliancy In an intimate conversation or1 discussion on art literature mor als religion or what not Whist i ler he declares was nothing less 1th marvelous In his later days 11 listler looked longingly towards America harked back as it wore to his earlier love He thought tremendously of the American appreciation ot his work HU IRAK FOR OUR JIMMY Mr Tames J Fitzgerald the brilliant young lawyer of Lotiis illo but formerly of this city inounced as a candidate for Democratic nomination for tty Judge of JolVerson county Sjankfort could vote Timmy run a Ten Brooclc rIleD h- 1 I U Delayed Letter FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Sallie Suter spent part of the week at Switzer Mr Larue Hockensmith and Mr rnnkIri111b1P have returned to school at Kentucky Military Institute Lyndon Kentucky Rex Goo Prentisp of Winches ter was a guest hero lint week Mrs Albert G JoflVrs is at Yer Failles at the bedside of her mother Miss Maria Trimble has re turned to Cardome to school Georgetown Miss Carrie Brock was on the sick list during Christmas Miss Alice French is visiting friends in Louisville Mr Howard JelVers left Tues day for Oklahoma on a hunting trip to be gone twI weeks Mrs Sarah Fe ttheISton is rely illwith lagrippo- MoMsrs Joe Holton Frank French Harry South jr and Woldon South are spending the winter in Florida Mr George i1 Brock jr left today for Cynthiana to stay several days MissSue Harper is indisposed this week Mr John Holton and wife of Shelbyvillo are the guests of Miss Mary Holton Misses Pinkie Cruin of Beards Kittie Fin ley of Georgetown and Miss Florence Shaw of Frankfort have returned home after being the guests at a house party given by Miss Julia South Miss Carrie Brock lost a gunmetal black watch open fnceI with pin attached Anyone find ing it will please return it and be rewarded A KID DROPPED There were four guards dropped from the force at the local penitentiary on Saturday they were M II Sledge Warren county D Bailey Anderson county Dr Gregory Jefferson county Ed Bacon Franklin county WM II AND E B JOSSELYNS CONGRESS OF NATIONS- If you contemplate sver taking a trip either in this counrty or Europe and feel undecided which place go to to get tho most scenes of interest and natural curiosities for your money and time invested attend the theatre ono evening and witness Win H and E B Josselyns Congress of Nations and the question will Jie forever settled and ill favor of first last and all the time rlheIattraction consists of 815 actual photographic feet long and H5 feet high select ed from nil parts of the entire world with every interestng feature included It is the only attraction of the kind in the world pntentIedyears before time public I have solved the problem at last Moro scenes and less talk thats all Capitalevenings and Tuesday matineo IOn scenes from BEN HUH WHAT IS TILE MATTER The city of Frankofrt possesses ono of the best city clocks ever manufactured told those who know soy that it only needs the services of a man competent to manage it to keep as good time as it ever did The question Irises then why is it allowed to stand idle lily after day- Every small town that hits any enterprise has a clock to give the time to its inhabitants It insin and shame that a city the size of Frankfurt allows its inhabi tants to guess at the time or to rely upon their own private time pieces many of them not being able to have their own time keepers If our city authorities can not alVord to have tho clock run it is about time an ellort was being made to got the U S Government to have n clock put ill tile cupola of file custom house Wo believe this can he accom plished ifnn earnest effort is put peIthis port of his constituency r STAMPING GROUND 1M r Herman Stone has gone to Springs Ark where he has a giod position hungpc1hll1ll01 purchased it and taken possession Mr Leonidas Kenny f Shelby county has rented a part of the Judge Lewis place front Mr 0 D Bourne for 1000- Mr haft Robinson hits sold his farm containing 102 acres 011 tile ShurpfllMr Lafc Robinson ha1 rented till Alex Ferguson farm from Judge J F Askew The rainy sleety snowy weath er of the past ten days hits pretty much stopped every kind of buss ness People only leave house when thp have to The willof Mr Joseph 111 Bond was made Sept 20 1904 nwiuyinElla and Mary Bond left them Boylebeprovision he desires that the hal puce of his property real or per sonal be divided equally among Mrs Bessie Kennedy Ella and Mary Bond except one interest in the estate of Elijah Threlkeld deceased and purchased by him at the sale of said interest ill the case of r II Bond bankrupt But out of said interest he desires that hid children Mrs Bessie 1aryBotidH Bond bo given 5 and that the balance remaining of said in terost be equally divided among the following persons or their heirs Mrs Lida F Adams Mrs N E Williamson Mrs Josie Dawson Miss Jimmie Bond and the heirs of Mattie Adams de ceased He named Jno B Adams of Stamping Groun as executor without bond UNO SPEEDY RELIEF A salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out in flammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns und bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Haxel Salve Be ware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by J W Gale WANTED Special representative in this and adjoining territories in con nection with the Wholesale De partment oldestablished busi ness house of solid financial stand ing Salary 21 weeklywith ex penses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced position per manent We furnish everything Address THE COLUMBIA itO Monon Building Chicago Ill 1924t If illythat y man isheir to como from indigestion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach makes indi gestion impossible LADIES rAXrrEDI A bright Energetic Woman womans work Permanent posi tion Oldestablished business standingSitlaryexpenses paid each Monday di rect frou headquarters Expenses advanced We furnish everything Address Secretary MO Block Chicago 111 MononI CHANGE OF TIME OF TRAINS NOS 9 AND 10QUE CRESCENT ROUTE NI On and after January 9th trains Nos 9 and 10 will run daily ex cept SunduYrrlwy now run dailv tf ur tatlys CoiulUfnn rowiern urt just what u horse needs when in bin condition Tonic blood purifier a J vermifuge They are not food f medicine and the best in use to pm horse in prime condition Price 5 cents per package For sale by J iV Gayle and LeCompto Gayle genuineLaxativetho remedy that iims a cull iu one day ifwI cASThR4ANcgetablePrcparationforAs I I I slmila ting UieToodandRegula ling Hie Stomachs andBowels of PromotesDigestionCheerFul neither OpmtnMorphimJ nor IDneral NOT NARC OTIC a oIO lIlr5WllELPTClEl JRrxlul Constipalion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness andLoss OF facSimile NEW SLEEPI EXACT owO WRAPPER The years come and go Time brings many changes hut the old reliable J E M still stands as the leader ofnIl fine Hours Sold only by Grocers illJHLI11millIl S rBETWEEN LouisvilleAND J CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEp UNION STATION PTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Place Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P A Jt h Cur 4th and MurkutStH iouUrll A Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco burnt 62x110 also good tenement house nod al rather necessary outbuildings situated H miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike for terms apply to G D HAW KINS on the premise oeJlMlm Dr J S CollinsDE- NTIST H21 Mtiln St Frankfort Ivy 5ltf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure- Digests what you eat CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the SignatureFof The J Kind I You Nave Always Boug- htCASTORIA DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROITtSt Clair Flats J Port Huron Bu the Magnificent Steamer of the Line Leaving foot of Madison Street at trReturningSundays y oo p Fare to Detroit unlimitedround trip 5 Excursions i4Sunday75ca delightful two days trip only aoa meals and berth extra Special Rats to Soci1t jClose connections at Detroit withsteam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 F etlHMTrHgrWHOOLDEN0fPJ ofrnoiT roLtoa t I I Queen aild- Crescent Route snoiiest Route AN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGE 011 N tti CINCINNATI CHATTANOO G A AIItANrBIRMINCrHAM S H R EVE PORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G Ea GLflRKE T P A 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky fil DISSOLUTION SALE n ay y W rr W W The partnership existing between Weitzel ODonnell has been dissolved by mutual agreement and fir ODonnell will retire and Mr Weitzel will continue the business and all accounts r of the firm are in the hands of Mr Weitzel for collection and f prompt settlement of same is requested Commencing jt Saturday January 14 OS f There will be a DISSOLVTION SALE The Sale will continue for 30 Days Everything in this large stock of Dry Goods Notions and ReadytoWear Garments will be Sold u 4 AT SACRIFICE PRICES In order to make room for the Complete New Spring Stock Nothing Will be Reserved in this Sale Dress Goods Silks White Goods Embroideries Laces Hand = kerchiefs Hosiery Underwear Blankets Lace Curtains Muslin Underwear Outing Flannel Underwear Cloaks Furs Dress Skirts Shirt Waists Dressing Saques Corsets Table Linen Towels and to sum It all up there will beiI Real Bargains inEvery Department j It would be almost impossible to give prices on everything in this immense stock however we will make a few prices and everything will be sold in like proportion pc 150 Dress Goods98c 700 Blankets 398 Spool Thread4c a spool 125 Dress Goods 79c 450 Blankets 248 One Dollar Corsets 79c 100 Dress Goods 69c Ready Made Skirts half Price 50c Corsets35c75 Dress Goods 57c Ready Made Shirt Waists half Price 25c Hosiery15c60 Dress Goods 42 12 Furs and Cloaks half Price and less 15c Hosiery 1 OcI i f 50 Dress Goods 35c Calicos 3c a yd lOc Hosiery 7 l2c Joft There will be lots of Odds and Ends and Hundreds of Remnants that will be sold at prices that will make you buy them and want more of them This Sale will be for Cashk 11 Weitzel ZC ODonnell 305 Min Street tJFrankfort Ky r I I i J N I L i a1e1IMOur Annual January Sale will commence Saturday the 14thrfhis advertisement contains but a few of the bargains that await you TABLE LINEN NOTIONS BIG JAN UARY SALE OF LADUSGHHAT SALE OF SILKS COLORED DRESS GOODS CLEAR ANCEIilo7Gc71c for 72 inch Table Linen worth 20 for Roll Cotton Tape Ladies1 Gowns assortment un line makes it almost unneccessary forlac for Dress Goods worth 100 cquHllud for quality nnd style Rao up 4ic for Dress Goo s worth o for Clarks Spool Cotton Ladies Drawers every pair well us to say anything except to extend file for Dress Goods worth 7r r 40 for card Safety PinsLadles nicely Underskirts finished tine lc materialan nj invitation for you to come and buy 75c for Dress Goods worth possibleTOWELSptice37Hofor Silks worthNc for Huck Towels worth 12j elOo for Good Dress Shields CLEAN UP or KNIT UNDKHWXAR 12xjC for Hnck Towels worth c 5flc for Silks wortlC BLACK DRESS GOODS 1G0 for Huck Towels worth 5c dozen for Pearl Buttons 15o for Vests worth Me depl1rtmentliofio yd four quarter Bleach Cotton up Jtfic for Drawers worth fide 0 oo yd Apron Gingham Stocks and Turnovers from 7o uplac for Union Suits worth 75o Crepe de Chine Me all colors Gowns and House Dresses j S STREETD KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor being absent Roy J F Williams D D ot Versailles will proaoli at l1a in and 730 p m Sundayschool at 045 a in in the olmpul Homo Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Su perlntendent Adults and stran gers invited to join fi taughtbytheBaptist Young Peoples Union will meet in tho chapel at 680 p in Leader E A Summers Topic = The Making Of A Chris tianHis Birth- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 the Impel Visitors cordially inivted Seats free LCHURCHrector Sunday 15 980 Sundayschool 11 00 Morning Prayer nnd Sermon Wednesday PrayerFriday Teachers Mooting at 730 Bible study at 750 These services are all open to tho 1public CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 0 I R Hudson the pastor will preach a 11 ii in and 780 p in Sundayschool at 980 a in in Endeavor Society will mPrayerat 730 oclock in the chapelThe Junior Endeavor Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in the chapel Everybody Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe tho pastor will preach at a m and 780 p Sundayschoool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 08U p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 p in- Eevrybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oclock High Mass tit 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m I 5FIRST PRESBYTERIAN f CHURCH Rev J MoCluskey ij Blayney D D the pastor will r at a m land 780 p m 1tSundayschool at 980 n m Society of Ch- risvtiara Endeavor at 045 p m the young people are invited nightaThe public Is cordially invitod tot attend dMETHODISI CHURCHRev J O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at lln m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclockr Visitors cordially invited to at tend PEAKS MILL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bro T N Arnold will preach on the 5th Sunday in Jams ary 29th at oclock a m td MOTHERS BE CAREFUL childJlnlll Croup and Whooping Cough Stop thom in time One Minute Cough Cure is tho best remedy tHnrmloss and pleasant Sold by J W Gayle Jt t ijir It I Ii i1fJJC MAGNIFICENT BUILDING Iphave been placed under ob ligations to the New York Times for a copy of their issue of Sun lily last January 1st which con tains a description of their won derful new building which was that day regularly opened up for business The structure is a SI story steel and concrete building and is a triumphof the architects skill One of the most wonderful feats of all connectedwith this splendid enterprise was the fact that the whole outfit presses lino types stereotyping machines etc everything necessary for the work was moved in and put into position for work in just 19 hours from the time it was undertaken until completed- It required magnificent train work to plan and execute this wonderfulwork WE ARE ALL FAMILIAR With the deep hoarse bark grimly culledn graveyard cough It is the cry of the tortured lungs for mercy Give them mercy in the form of Allens Lung Balsam a remedy for pul monary trouble so highly es teemed that it is recommended even in the earlier stages of consumption III the later stages mortal skill is unavailing No body can afford to neglect a cold KICKED BY HORSE IMr James Hulett of the Ben son neighborhood aged 11 years attempted to bridle a horse on uIhurslayof this week when the around and kicked rightjeye inIDr 0 B Domaree was sum moned and attended to the lads injuries He is in a very critical condition IDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Snccewful treatment for blood and akin dLstUM DO IT TODAY injunctionNeveryou can do todayis now Jon erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedyhowhich has been in use for over thlrtyflvo years A few loses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough oven if dread yourlungesotTe t a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 2uc regular size 7uu At all drtitfiusts lyr Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purlf lea tho blood Cerate uealt skin eruption ifJIH1l ttit ir i JL FORCED TO STARVE B F Leekof Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I couldnot eat After vainly try ing everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At all drug stores only 25c CASTOnrABear of thet2l KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR 100 Free Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK IIIIv Shingles We have just unloaded 150 000 old fashioned Yellow Pop lar Shingles like your grand father used to mak- eHammond Co 16lug SCIENTIFIC COUGH CURE We do not believe that any cough cure can be better than Gayles White Pine Expectorant It does just what must be done to thoroughlycure a cough It overcomes con gestion und inflammation it soothes tend heals the delicate tissues of the air passages4 it promotes ex pectoration loosens the cough and finally cures it to stay cured Relief is almost immediate It is pleasant to take and eco nomical to use When you want the best possihle cough cure ask for Gayles White Pine Expectorant Prim 25 celts The Gayle llruR Stores BIG LINEN SALE Running to January 21st Irish Linens Table Cloths Nap kins Towels Banquet Cloths square and round Linen Sheetings Linen Lawns Bat tenburg Handmade Center Pieces Doylies c x General reduction on all goods JACKETS SKIRTS and UNDERWEAR for a trifle Big cut on SILKS and VELVETS TAFFETAS 59c jtJDRE185 were 4 t F J HEENEY i Little Colds neglected thousands of lives sacrificed every year Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures little colds cures big colds too down to the very verge consumption CASTORXABeers theihaSignature otI 1lp J BLUE GRASS 1HAC1IONI Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Curs leave Lexington for Paris every hour from Iiit m to 0 p m except 11 a in anil S p in Leave Paris for Lexington every hour front 7 a m to 10 ptit ex cept 12 noon 2 and 0 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p in except 11 a 1111 S told 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from G In to 10 p m except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 11 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Lexington for Paris at 11115 in Leaves Paris 145 pin nl Freight rates also special for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and fancily tickets can be laid on application at the com panys oflico 401 West Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 V ALEXANDER President tf 3 L J i ij CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children v tBearsSignature Impossible to foresee in accii dens Not impossible to he pre pared for it Dr Thomas Eolec trio Oil Monarch over pain a SyrnpPurttei for the ekk fir rDesirable small farm for sale Located on Peaks MillrPike 5 miles from Frank fort 7 Room House Barn and all outbuildings Apply to t Mrs A M Forsee Re FaD No IDoc J4t PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SINGLE COMB WHITE TJ1 LEGHORNplOur stock is from the greatest etftflaylnjj strains in America EGGS 15 FOR S150 Thorn Hill AURLDTSRY Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 333- 16tim McCLURf f vt i i CII JI cat lID a j a40 Y J r f I As announced in our previous advertisements we have closed out thea ridiculouslylowwhich we do not wish to carry over to another season Not an article goesJinto this sale which is not up to our usual high standard of merit as is evi denced by the fact that the clothing offered is HackettCarhart and Golland make You know what a McClure sale means reliable goods at very low prices This will be the greatest sale we have ever held the variety of goods offered is the largest and the prices the lowest in many cases being Much Below Manufacturers Wholesale Prices CLOTHING 10 SUITS Worth 18 1650 and 15 In this lot are about one hundred and fifty mixed suitseveryone new and this seasons style made by Golland and HackettCarhart Co All sizes in mens and young mans fancy worsteds Scotches etc including a great many of the new brown erects in doublebreasted coats Every coat is hand made and guaranteedSl4 SUITS Worth 35 25 and 20 W e without hesitation that this is the most remarkable lot of suits over oiierred hia sale in Frankfort They are made by HackettCarhart Co makers of the best clothing in the country They are made by the best tailors in the city of New York and can not be duplicated by any tailor in town for less than 0 to 50 A few of the coats are silk lined About 125 suits in this lot and the chance to buy as good a snit for 14 will very likely never come iftcyou rill the actual retail price on these in the ordinary way being from J to X750 SUITS All the mixed suits in the store worth regularly r12 and lu arc in this 1 sale at 750 OVERCOATS 2500 x 2000 and 1800 Overcoats for 1200 1500 Overcoats for 1000 1200 and 1000 Overcoats for 800 f Top Coats and Light Weight Rain Coats not included CHILDRENS CLOTHING r 500 and 600 Suits and Overcoats for 375 300 and 350 Suits and Overcoats for 225 200 and 250 Suits and Overcoats for 150 t MENS SHOES About 100 pair Boydeiis 500 and 600 Shoes 375 k 224 The Great Shoe Purchase 224 f- We cleaned up altogether about 400 pairs of mens welt shoes in box calf i1 patent colt patent leather vici kid and enamel leathers single and double soles They are worth regularly from JOO to 350 Price in this sale 2 2t Regent shoes not included v WOMENS SHOES U Laird Schober Cos 500 and 600 Shoes 375 224 The Great Scoe Purchase 224 About 300 pairs of womens shoes figured in this purchase Ideal kid patent colt and vici kid leathers welt and twin soles Not a pair worth less than 300 a great many worth 350 All the 350 womans shoes in our regular stock go at IiD Queen Quality shoes not included 200 Womans Shoe 159 150 Womans Shoe 119 Heavy and single soles Every pair guaranteed to wear t HALF PRICE ON THESE rtBoxed Suspenders at half price 1ji Pocket Books at half price 7J Manhattan Shirts Very Low Stiff bosoms at half price Soft bosoms 2 00 kind for 150 1 50 kind for 115 Other goods too numerous to mention tThese prices are for cash No goods will be exchanged no money re t funded and alterations in clothing will be charged for i j R McClure 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