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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 1 GFO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS JKHMS 00 In idvnncea YOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 21 1905 NO 2U J A GOOD EgrINGI protrnctedtVersailles Baptist Church in which Rex M B Adams of this city is doing tho preaching is developing into a genuine revival There have been quite n number of additions and the interest has increased to such an extent that Mr Adams will remain over until next week There have been fine audiences notwithstanding tho unfavorable weather of the first week APPOINTED POSTMASTER nppointedColsistant Postmaster at Paris to fill the position of Postmaster at the expiration of the term of Rev placeThereplace Mr Earlywine is a fine orator and clever gentleman He has filled the position of assistant efficientlyHe where he served as private secretary to Gov W 0 Bradley He is a warm friend of the exGovernor FINE OPENING l Ve are under obligations to Mr Bert Miller of Muscogee Ind Tory for a copy of a paper issued there giving the advantages to be obtained by settlers in the Red Fork and Freoland Additions to Red Fork That section certainly opens up wonderfully for those desiring to locate in a new country A splen did climate coupled with great advantages make it in every witty desirable For the Roundabout A HOME THRUST In the Senate on Tuesday wlion the question of tho State Capitol was under consideration Senator George T Farris of Stanford made a short but energetic speech in which he said that he had always been the friend of Frankfort but that now ho was in favor of moving the capitol away from Frankfort because the people of Frankfort had permitted Taylorhas done more than all others to secure for Frankfort the location He thought the people of Frank fort were too ungrateful to bo capitolThis that will be hard to answer VERITAS growintoend in consumption and death Watch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup SALE OF ToIBACCO Mr Louis Lea who lives on the farm of Mr W J Lewis at Woodlake sold his crop of to bacco consisting of 29690 pounds which he raised on 15 acres of land He received 1U cents per pound producing the neat little sum of tt41485 This was an exceptionally good crop and was wellsold It was put up in good shape OASTORABears theTheSignature Iof aryanndr At the close of the most successful year of merchandising in our history we find that we have left a great many odds and ends and broken lots of goods that we want to close out at once consequently we have CUT THE PRICE SOfiS will insure their SPEEDY REMOVAL You will fluid here Rem nants of all kinds such as DRESS GOODS SIIEETINGS k BLACK AND COLORED SILKS LINEXSIGJiN GHAMS LACES raALlCOES RIBBONS Etc FLANa BLANKETS In Our Department Wo are simply cutting prices onethird to onehalf told in some instances less than half of regular 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 j THIS SALE BEGINS MONDAY JAN 9 Come early and get choice of the good things wo are offering Cu KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge For the Roundabout MORNING TALK TO TEACHERS There is no pleasure more enjoyable than the happy com mingling of kindred minds intent on educational thought and polite erudition Beholding the beauty of unity in the bond of confer lIce and exchanging the hIPIpening and the experience of such a sym poaiuni is registered and recorded in the annals of each lifes hisI tory and before the bar of the heavenly teacher Such meetings- are fraught with possibilities lie saysTheof knowledge are not books but life experience personal think ing feeling and acting and it is now wisely considered good form for even a teacher to show evidence of existing beyond the pale of his or her routine and to express some interest in the cur rent events and progress of the worlds history To be a teacher and instructor of children requires the threefold cordof divine assistance binding anew daily the perfect sympathy willing ness and consecration offered upon the altar of atonement because to know and have under standing of the plastic childna ture as well as to gain the love and confidence of the child heart is a greater conquest than taking a city and while preparing the little ones fur an earthly career stupendoustered upon with dedicated aim definite purpose and a willingness to follow in th footsteps of the gentle teacher The personal influence of the teacher is confessedly the greatest power in the school r om and school work If with this we have fine teaching ability and sound learning so much the better but without a decided helpful person ality little will be accomplished Teachers need nil the help pos sible from scientific schemes of study and pelagogiesbut love and hpnrtpowerthoFo silent somethings by whtella teacher inspires the scholar to better Gaullandblessings und attributes Teach twoiclasseswho stand still Those who come into the school room full of new thoughts mind new ideas net on teir pupils like yeast they feel tleir influence in every fibre These are successful teachers Earnest adaptahilityrespect and the teacher who is not a student will find it a very hnrd task to make students of his pupils because the really earnest teacher believes in education and is not merely a mouth piece or a lesson hearer- I would impress upon you time value of time This aphorisms may or may not lie superfluous but few of us really regard the voice of the shifting sands Teach your children ti observe system and order to keep appointments and be punctual to the minute I never realised the importance of such advice until I went to college in Chicago und taught in the kindergartens of Galveston and Houston Texas Lay the foundations of knnwl edge broad deep and towering heavenward reverence and obedience being the chief corner stones Our American youth not taught to respect the nroI and we are frequently shocked pllns mortified to hear expletives front the lipof boys that make ones flesh creep Pardon a personal reminiscence During school ohserration J I I 1W d 3 a number of students we visited time slung district on 50 West Side Suchabject poverty such anarchistic temperaments and abandonment of morals proved conclusively tho fallacy of in structing those children without the broadening influence of home culture and refined environment What shall I say of children born and reared in homes of wealth and affluence who are just as unIcivilized In Texas there are schools established for industrial pursuits where incorrigibles are taught the simple rudiments of language and who develop into citizens remarkable for integrity and industry In Kentucky there have been many new theories advanced in the science of a new education Untrained systems are to be enforc edn series of uniform textbooks tnughtfhewill be synonymous with mental progression and in the next iodide greater steps will bu taken from a rational viewpoint It was stated last year in evidence before the Congressional Commit tee on coinage weights and meas ures by a specialist in national education that onetwelfth of the average eight years of elementary school education in America or about twothirds ofn year of study could be saved if the Metric Svst m took the place of our multitudinous medley of customary weights and pleasures and that the waste of money in teaching the present system to children apart from the question of the value of the waste time to the nnl1lmllylhisone Manfestly if the children could be put on the same level as the children of France Germany and theother European countries in this respect the assumed two thirds ofa year saved could be devoted to other things that cnn not now be included in the elementary school curriculums Our crude and unscientific SY- Stem handicaps ullour citizens in education in thinking in appli cation and in computing The erY best system in the world should only be good enough for the American people to adopt The duties of trustees and the corresponding obligations resting on patrons and parents are com respoumsihilitybe lecistl e by imperative and positive declaration The tissue of the life to bee weave with colors all our own And in the field of destiny We reap as we have sown workingbodipwhich each are elected and quali peculiurlyfithand cause This paper would be altogether of two much loigth to touch upon the inconvenience of the present country school building despite tlic arrangement of deskph The irregularity of play and the dis inclinaion for physical exercise on the part of both teacher and pupil There are so many other questions of imperative and per tinent importance that I hesitate to even attempt enumeration My only commendation would be to use your sixth sense in the truest aspect depending Oil four own pelfreliance and individual per sonality to do the right as it seem eth best to you The lessons taught by natures laws Are learned beneath her radiant skies She questions you with PillS and eyes And causes you to think and pause As childrens guide you point the way That leads beyond this vale of J 4i iL31iS161 Ia k tear A symbol of the eventful years j The toIdInI NOT BLELL TAYLOR Mr EdL Grant and Mr George Conway who went to Belleville Ills to see whether the body of the unknown young 1Buelllaylor it J 11lorsIfwnnlPhillipinesnTWO FINE SERMONS Rev Dr J F Williams pastor of the Versailles Baptist Church came to this city on Sunday and BaptistChurchsermons to large and delighted audiencesDr is an attractive speaker and held his audiences inIprofound attention frcm the beginning to the end of each die courserTHE OWL CLOCK QUITS f As if to add to our troubles thexOwl Clockwhich has been if supplying our citizens with cor rect time in place of the city x clock that useful piece of mech anism concluded to lay off and accordingly ceased to run at 4 morningWhatshnving4the city clock put to work W eibelieve there is some one paid to i keep it in order j gfpstore RECOVERED 3500 f j ZrInday Mrs Win ODonnell recov ered judgment against the estate of Mrs Susan McGrew deceased for ritZJO for services rendered as under claim of contract VABurdock Blood Bitters is the nat ural never lllme for a lazy liverpANNOUNCES FOR MAYOR Mr Kenner Taylor the junior member of the firm of E H Tay lor Jr Sons and at n member of the City Council fromtthe First yard leas announced his candidacy for the ollice of mayor subject to the action of i partyMr qualified for the position and is a popular and uptodate gentleman l The plan that heats him if nn ono can which we doubt willyknow he has been in a real race und no mistake GETS GOOD PLACE r Mr Pat Corbett one of Frank forts most accomplished lightning jerkers hums been appointed to a good place with the Western Union Telegraph Co in Cincin natiSENT TO HOUSE OF REFORM Tom Twyman a colored von tim of incorrigible 15positioliwas sent to the State School of He form on Tuesday tor four yetis Two million Americans suffer tho torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bit ers cures At lily drug store k PERSONAL Mr Geo B Hays of Lexington was a visitor hero this week i Mr S R Howser made a bus ness trip to Lexington Thursday Col H P Mason has gono to Arizona on a business trip Mrs Z J Montgomery has re turned from a visit to Louisville Judge W P Walton of Lexington was in the city Tuesday Robt K Dooley visited rol fMrs in Louisville this week o J C Flournoy of Fndu oah was in the city Tuesday LexingtonIMiss Sue McHenry is visiting rol- atives in Louisville Mr Jas M Settle of Owonton was in the city on Monday Miss Elsie Leavy visited rela tives at Midway this week Gen Fayotte Hewitt made a business trip to Lexington Monday Mrs Howard T Gaines is visit ing friends at Lakeland Miss Louisa Hughes left Monday trip to Florida IMrBrown Taylor of Louisville relatives here this week Capt I T West returned Saturday from a trip to Jackson county P Judge Ed C OKoar returned Saturday night from Mt Sterling Mr Grant L Roberts has re turned from the funeral of his fatherinlaw in Ohio LoulsvfllelHome Thursday morning Mr Howard Taylor and wife visited relatives in Louisville this weekMiss Florence Barrett and Miss Nellie Fellmor visited Mrs Jas N Miles in Lexington this week Mr Jas M OBrien of Paris was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Mr Angus Almond and wife of Wednesday Louisville wore in the city on Miss Pattio Burton of Shelby was the guest of Mrs J M ItIle tills week IMnj W E Bradley and wife returned from a visit to New York City and Washington City Judge C W Emory of Paducah was the guest of Mr Ed O Leigh this week LexingtdnMrs W L P Wiard this week KenneyIbusiness trip to Ford Ky IRev C R Hudson has returned a visit to his old home at Franklin Iud TMrs May Adams returned Fri R inAMiuchester tnA iht from a visit to relatives Mrs Genevieve Samuels returned Saturday night from a visit to LoXr ington MonIson of Paris are guests of relatives here U S Senaotr J C S Blackburn come here Tuesday to look after his political fences C J Norwood State Mine IProf of Lexington was hero his week Mrs Forrest Putnam of Louis ville visited Mrs A Uniethun Third street this week Mr G Russ Hushes returned Wednesday from Lexington Ills when he went to st e his brother thisrtons Mr Fairest Moore of Lawrence burg who has been here for several has returned homo Miss Nora Paynter of Lawrence 1h was the guest of Miss Clara this week Miss Nllchen Bashford of Fnrll- ldlle was the guest of Miss Clara i Scott this week Mrs Geo W Robb and daughter r Miss Jonnie have returned from LouisvilleJudge S Pryor has returned from a visit to his home at New Castle Rev C R Hudson visited his old home at Anderson Ind this veek Miss LillioHieatt of Shelbyville is the guest of her sister Mrs J W MarKsbry Cincinnatifmake that city their home I ROEMELE ISpecialist on Diseases of Children Office and rwldencu nbovo WEITZEL ODONNELL 803 Main St TELEPHONES New 136 lOIdJ84 Wt ikjtl lR 6 1 Miss Clara Haldoman of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Sam Slmckloford this week Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby villo cline in on Monday from Washington City and Now York Miss Jane Todd Holmes of Eminence visited relatives here this Jas M Richardson of Gins gow who has noon here for sevora lays has returned home Col Geo G Fetter Public Printer of Louisville was here ThursdayCol D Martin was called to Hartford Conn on Wednesday by tho death of his father Capt M H Insko of Carlisle filled the plane of Deputy Collector Grant lJ Roberts during his ab sence in Ohio Mrs P hall Taylor of Madison S C is the guest of her father Col K H Taylor Jr at Thistle tonMiss Bessie Staten of Shelby county who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Arthur Branch has returned home Judge T R Me Benin Reporter of tho decisions of the Court of Appeals returned Monday from his hone at Leitohfield Messrs Mason P Brown and R A Baker left Tuesday morning for Fort Worth Texas on a hunting tripMr Thos B Rodman of Mt Sterling was the guest of his pa rents Mr J L Rodman and wife SundayMiss Ettn Showalter of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Sallie Hush Showalter has returned home Miss Edith Shirley of Franklin Tenn and Miss Callio Stewart ol Lebanon Ind are guests of Mrs Sallie Robinson Thomas Mrs Mary E Blakemore is visit ing her daughter Mrs Lafe Crutcher corner Second and Steele streets Rev Win H Hampton and wife of Iron ton Ohio were called hereby tho serious illness of his mother Mrs Virginia Hampton West Side Capt Edmund H Taylor TrTr of Chicago Ills who has been visit ing relatives here returned hone Sunday morning Hon J S Wortham of Leltch field was in the city on Thursday in attendance upon the Court of AppealsCol Thos A Hall and bride nee Miss Elizabeth Hazehigu have returned front their bridnl tripMrs Mary E Blakemore was called to Lexington Thursday by the death of her daughter Mrs Geo C Grnddy Mrs W S Farmer was called to Lexington Thursday night by tho death of her niece Mrs Geo C GraddyMr H Wade and bride of Camphellsville came hero Wednesday Mr Wade is the Representa tive from Green and Taylor coun tiesMrs C W Graham of Chattanooga Tenn und Miss Helen Clark of Georgetown were guests of their sister Mrs Jno G Rogers this week Mrs Robt M Bergman and son Westorn who have been guests of her parents Capt T1 West and rtifn for several weeks returned home Saturday Mr A B Hammond left Monday afternoon for Dayton Ohio to at tend tho Lumber Ions Association of Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia and Kentucky Senator J W Catron of Casey oount was hero on Tuesday but was compelled to return homo that ivonina on account of the illness of his wife Miss Lula Stephens who is visit hug her grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry hIs accepted a position at Herman Straus Music Store Ve wish her much success Rov W H Hampton wife and laughter who have been at tho bedside of his mother Mrs Vir ginia Hampton returned home ThursdayMr Abbott of Georgetown amid Mr Clarence Abbott of War saw wore guets of their brother Col Ed E Abbott on Friday of last week CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con lltions in time cure of consumption- is very much overdrawn The poor and the rich patient too can do much better at home by attention to food digestion SyrupIIs made certain by German Syrup- so is a good nights rost and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights und tho exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of time consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that uf tho thousands of consumptives there the few who aro benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 2 5c regular size loc At all druggists yr 0 Mu i b iJhL Dont Make A MistakeNot the ask cheapest your grocer in fIrst for lEADER FlOUR hut saves you money in the long run No Jspoiled bread to throw nwny Satisfaction three times per clay For sale by the best groceries but a special with John Driseoll M Ellwunger and C V Snn I1Jr KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr lungs New Discovery PriceFOR 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK lIHv SOMETHING NEW VARIABLE TOURS TO FLORIDAVIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND QUEEN C CRESCENT ROUTE GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets hood going via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphine Country and returning via Atlanta and Chattanooga or vice versa are now on sale at Low RatesThe Florida Limited solid train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga and Southern Ry Tie Chicago und Florida Special beginning January 9th consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers Observation Curs etc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine via Chatta nooga Southern Ry with Din ing Car service en route Through Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every evening via KnoxvilleAshe ville and Savannah From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern Ry For Land of the Sky hook Winter Homes folders rates schedules or other information address G D ALLEN A G P A Southern Ry St Louis Mo C R HUNGERFORD D P A Southern Ry- Louisville Ky 11C RINEARSON G P A Q C Route- Cincinnati 0 If the ills that man is heir to come from indigestion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach makes indi gestion impossible SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TIlE Henderson Route Fiee Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO TilE WEST ANn SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location in the near future Get the Henderson Route Habit It is tho comfortable lino and a 30tnfortablo train in traveling is always good habit to acquire At least givo us the opportunity of naming you rates Wo havo the equipment the train service the free chair earn and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tray Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY trjilioil ltf i1WIIHUIr The confident feeling that your dinner table is perfectly correct in its appointments can beIrealized ifyou have a service of 1835 R Wallace Silver Plate Mrs Rorers illustrated book U How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT Stomach Troublescured oDODYfPEPJACURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ter of Hilliard cured by Kodol Fa was cured- of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by- had effected the use of his heart Kodol For safe by J W Gayle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOI ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR AexJ genuineLaxativetho remedy that cares n cord in one d- ayESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMATISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY 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 Ii605 N High Mr Miracle and wife GrocerWBroad 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 Denns Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLES i DrugStore IHonIg wa1Ieisos lOUOIS nom lUIODO WIll Be- A Leading Feature Of Th- eCourierJournal ie nina lOAfUIII JJV U THERE WILL HE MANY OTHER ANlRACTI E DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Dully COURIKKJOURNAL year 10 Dally and Sunday year 8 Wcrtkly year 1 COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Ar i ngement you can gethe ROUNDABOUTand Weekly CourierJournal both one year fcr only 150 onlyAllthroughthe IJ FREEA SIXPAGE CALENDAR WALL ATLAS Map of Kentucky showing every pst t office County Railroad Railroad Sta tion and River An alphabetical index locating towns and giving population and figures of latent census Mill of United States Map of Niciirugua maid Panama Oanal with reports of tho Congressional com ittecs Map of Eastern Hemisphere Map of Western Hemisphere Map of Japan Corea and Sent of Russo Japanese War An Attractive Calendar for 1905 and tho Flags of all Nations in colors Census Reports of 1880 18UO and 1900 This Atlas is worth 2 and you get it for absolutely nothing- by subscribing for the Louisville Evening PostDAILY 1 YEAR 300 DAILY 6 MONTHS 200 SATURDAY ONLY 1 YEAR 100 l W S F AI MERLAST WBBK OF THE RED STHR REDUCTION SALEThe Red Star Garment Sale 1 Any Cloak or Raincoat 12 Price Skirts stylessr 389 Extra special opportunity I 4INMEMORIAM At a meeting of the Ascension Branch of theWomtns Auxiliary of Frankfort Ky the following resolutions were unanimously adopted Resolved That in the death of Mm R M Abridge this organ ization has lost a valued and be loved member whose unvarying loyalty to the cause of Missions faith and love for all things that make for truth and justice righteousness and peace were a constant inspiration to her fellow laborers We bless God for her good ex ample and pray that He may grant to us who remain Grace to follow her in all virtuous and godly living that we too may come to those unspeakable joys prepared for those who unfeign edly love him and his service Resolved That these be preserved on the records of this so- cietyJ t and a copy be sent to the bereaved family and to the Dio cesan News Jnnunr 10 1005 I sdELIZABETH SMITH Vice Pres Ascension Branch of Womans Auxiliary Frankfort Ky SITES OFFERED addition to the Hunt place Jfthere have been form other sites offered for the locution of the State Capitol Mr IV D Park offered ten acres of ground east of the Peni tentiary for 10000 The heirs of Judge Samuel Todd offer the whole of their 200 acre jfarm on the West Side or so as may be needed for the location of the Capitol The price to bo fixed later It is understood that Mr Au gust Weber has tendered the use of four acres of ground upon Fort Hillf place known as the John L Scott place is said to have been offered also- CANDIDATEFOR ii MAYOR We are authorized to announce r Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20te BUYS HOME I Mr M R Glenn has purchased the residence of Mr Sam M Da vidson at the extreme end of Shelby street for 1500 I This is a neat cottage home KNIT UNDERWEAR- Last call25c Garments 25c 50c Garments 85cBest Qualities WOOL HOSE 2oc Hose 25c CHILDRENS FLEECED HOSE25c Hose 15c COTTON SPECIALS lOc Sheeting 8c Special values in Cottons 5c 7c and 8c yard Full Standard Apron Ginghams 5c BIRTHS RICHARDSONIn this city on Sunday to Mr McHenry Rich ardson and wife nee Bessie Case a daughterweight 9 pounds MARRIEDCOYRUCKERIn on Monday Mr Wm C Cox and Miss Lizzie Rucker were married by Judge J H ls veI0810n4Bearathadrt i M THE RABBIT LAW We give below a copy of the act which was approved March 18 1004 Sec 17 No person shall kill or pursue with such intent or have in his possession when so killed any rabbit or squirrel be tween the 15th day of September and the 15th day of November in each year Provided anyone may catch rabbits with dogs or in snaresIt be seen by the at ove exceptbysolutely prohibited for a period of sixty days between the dates given in the law but that outside of this period they may be hunted and killed as before this law was passedSPECIAL ADDRESS Rev Dr John R Sampey the beloved will deliver a special ad dress at the First Baptist Church tomorrow night at 7HO oclock Everybody cordially invited to attend THE DIAMOND CURE The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a din mond cure for consumption If you fear consumption or pneu monia it will however bo best for you to take that groat remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Vanleer feunHI had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Dscovtiry for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effected a per manent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At all drug stores price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free BEATMS GRADDYAt the Good Samar itan Hospital in Lexington on Thursday night Mrs Carrie IBlakemore Graddy wife of Mr Geo C Graddy of Versailles and eldest daughter of Mr J Nevin Blakemore and wife aged about 85 years Mrs Graddy was a beautiful bright and accomplished lady beloved by all who knew her theItime caused by a complication o diseases and she had been taken to the hospital for an operation which was thought to have been a success but blood poison fol lowed by tetanous carried her away as above stated She leaves a mother one sister Mrs Lafe Crutcher of this city a husband and one son besides a large circle of relatives to mourn her untimely end The remains were brought to this city yesterday and the fune ral will take place from the resi dence of her uncle Mr YoS Farmer corner of Second and Conway streets this Saturday morning at 11 oclock The re mains will be laid to rest by the side of her father in our cemeter- yFEATHERSTONAt her home in the Forks of Elkhorn on Thursday night Mrs Sarah Featherston widow of the late Mr Wm Feathorston aged 72 yearsMrs Featherston was a member of the Buck Run Baptist Church for n1l11 years and a devout Chlistm1 She leaves one son Mr Willard Featherston to mourn her lentil WANTED MEN AND WOMEN In this county mid adjoining territories to represent and adver tise an old estJiblishod house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by shook direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blow Bros Co Dept 4 Monon Bldg Ohi cago Ill 1824t 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 could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Buckleus Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At all drug stores only DCIOLD TAYLOR PREMIERYM KEYrKlij E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky FI RemnantsDress Silks Ginghams Outings etc At prices you cannot afford to miss taking advantage of Have you seen the new four of income bond issed bya THE BOUlT ABLE LIFE ASS08ANCE SOCIETY Interest and principal papable in gold Interest be yearsfto and give full information concerning same RALPH R WILSON AGENT SPECIAL OLD PHONE 453 i 0t1R MATTPRICES HIGH LOWI aWe mean just what we tlaHigh Quality Low Prices Some people think that a good article can not be had for a low price that if they pay a good price they are always sure of a good article That is wrong Sometimes merchants cut the prices on excellent goods be low cost just to get people into the storethey lose money to make trade That is the case when we offer Glenmore Whisky at 200 per gallon JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BIG WATER The slush sleet and snow went off on Wednesday with a rush slaking all the small streams rise very rapidly Main Elkhorn rose over six feet up to Thursday morning and was still rising and running out with a rush W Early Risers The famous little pills TIlE LOUISVILLEEVENING An Independent Newspaper AT THE RATE OF ONLY o Fii Pill MONrH B- YMth MAIL everybodyFAIREST BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST MISCELLANY BEST SHORT STORIES BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST CHILDRENS PAPER BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF ONE PEAR soOO SIX MONTHS 200 THREE MONTHS 105 ONE MONTH it0a Sample cory if yon wish Address Circulation Dept THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky ROUNDABOUT year 100 The 1005 0 page Calendar wall Atlas 100 Tim Louisville Daily Evening Post ou independent newspaper 3 00 500rhe 1izil 4 u r ffIIIiiJ L r f Y1 jf New Fast Tra- inColorado TO to- UTAH AN- HE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis a m daily The eveninptralns to saute points 1010 in daily Double daily tlcrvice- Throl1jh sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address RT G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass 1 Ticket Ajt St Louis Mo Anyone sending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion ao Invention Is probably tlonsBtrlctlyconndontfal on Patents patentsPatentstptclal notice without charge In the Scientific Jlmtri an- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest sir culation of any ctentluo journal Terms 13 a year fourmonthsIL Bold by all newsdealers YnrLBranch I i ca i r 1ifoiA The FrankfonHounttaDout Entered at the pustollifc nt Frankfort Ken tucky assLcoiuldass mull able matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 21 1905 TO OUR PA DONS sendrout bills to our patrons for their subscriptions to the Roundabout 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 II wheels go round We trust the response will be prompt and assuring for which we shall be duly grateful tf a THE LEGISLATURE The Legislature has been wrest ling with the Capitol site question nil this week Bills were intro duced providing that the location of the site should be left with the Capitol Commission and appro printing money sufficient to pay for the site selected with the right to condemn the land necessary under writ of ad quod damn u m t Quite a number of gentlemen were invited to and did address l propositionsinvolved To put it brielly and in a nut shell things are just about in the same shape they have bten since the Legislature assembled It is very likely that this body will be in session for thirty days at least find there is no tolling just what will be the outcome White man mighty onsartain JLDGMENTi In the circuit court in the case of Kendrick Johnson v 11A Gaines Co the plaintiff was damagesThe caused by an accident in which both of his legs were broken Li 910 JH LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul- sionr itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nourish I ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food IN0 system is too weak or to retain Scotts f f rEmulsion and gather good We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form a Ubct is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emutsion you buySCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl StJ N YI 50candl aU i Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left SideIDrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me BirminghamAlaas follows It is with the greatest pleasure that I rec ommend Dr Miles Nirvine and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good they have me Last winter 1 had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on left side for a long time cot your Heart Cure and took three bottles I have no trouble now with my heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem jettingnerves of my heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried our Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my new ousness is all I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as I was bottieAddressDr STATEMENT OF THE BUILD ING COMMITTEE OF THE KINGS DAUGHTERS IIOSPITAI4JAN IS inOo In the lust statement of the publishedSeptenibwr ported that four thousand three hundred find fourteen dollars and five cents 4531405 had been raised Since that time nine hundred and ninetyfive dollars and twentyfive cents 00525 has been added to this a total of five thousand three hundred and nine dollars and thirty cents 51100110On m bpI 15 1004 the sum amounted to four thousand und eight hundred and eightythree dollars and fiftyfive cents 14- SS1355 and four thousand more was needed as nearly as could be estimated to complete and equip the building AIone thousand 1000x15 soon as the remaining three thousand 8000 dollars should be raised Four hundred and twentylive dollars and seventyfive centsi 42575 of this three 8000 has since been contrib uted leaving a balance of two thousand five hundred find sev entyfour dollars and twentylive cents 257425 still to be raised before this offer can he claimed enItJ amount and they would ask those who have promised to subscribe to do so as soon as possible Also any others who have not as yet contributed or those having already contributed who feel they can increase their contribution to report to any officer of the Kings herlofThe following contributions have been received since the last published report Miss Puttie Williams 5 00 Wm E Bradley 25 00 Max Dorn 10 00 J L Vaggener Danville 5 00 Cush 2 00 Mrs B F Wilson 5 00 Cash at laying of cornerstone 10 50 Mrs M W Tarlton 5 00 Miss Christine Reynolds 10 00 Miss Jennie Westfeldt 10 00 M C ty Price 10 00 John W Milam 15 CO Rev A B Chinn 10 00 Mrs Lucy F Alexander 25 00 Mrs George F Berry 100 00 Walter und Elizabeth Chapman 5 00 Miss Margaret Page 1 00 Miss Mary Page 00 Mr Shaw Jett 5 00 French Hoge 2f 00 Mrs Vrr Humphrey 2 00 Mrs Jouett T James 2 00 Mrs J S Collins 1 00 Mrs Nannie Duvall 1 00 Admiral C C Todd 30 00 t A es i l i61 j r Forks of Elkhorn Circle 2u 00 Mrs Cornelia Bush 8 00 Mrs Mary E Church 00 Miss Annie Herndon 1 50 Judge Booe 50 00 Eli H Brown Jr 500- N P Hawkins Danville 25 00 Gilbert H Mastin 10 00 Miss Mary Mason Scott 5 00 Miss Maria Lindsey 0 00 Miss Harriett McClure 2 00 T Biter Crockett 5 00 Rev Win Crt we 5 CO ice H Watson 50 00 Mrs Lee Owen 5 00 Mrs John D Payne 2 50 Cash 50 Mrs W H Kidd 5 00 Mr Alex Macklin 25 00 Miss Elizabeth Pepper 5 00 1 Buford Hendrick 10 00 J Buford Hendrick Jr 2 00 Mrs Dora McPherson 1 00 Mrs Will SalVell 00 Miss Todd SalTell 00 Mrs C E Hoge 5 00 Mrs F G Thompson 5 00 tits S Black 5 00 Judge Paynter 10 00 Dr J A Posey 25 00 T L Edelen 80 00 Geo h Payne 15 00 E L Samuel 50 00 Col C E Hoge 50 00 E W Hines Louisville 10 00 Robt Franklin 20 00 Willis Green 25 The Forks of Elkhorn Circle has endowed u room at 200 per year the X200 for the first year hits already been counted in with the cusheontrilmtions Mrs J Buford Kendrick has donated the boiler for the hot water furnace and Mrs Landon Thomas has donated the electric light wiring as well as a complete system of electric bells and speaking tubes throughout the building STAMPING GROUND Mr Frank Anderson and family have moved to Lexington to reside Mr W P Duvall has taken charge of time prescription counter in Dr A Stewarts drug store The Peoples Bank will soon be under way now The safe and other fixtures have come find been put in place Mr Simpson Johnson has pur chased a house and lot from Mrs Cora Dinkli for 500 cash Mr Johnson is the mail carrier to Bethany Mrs Annie B Ireland and children of LaGrange who have been visiting relatives here returned home on Friday Miss Mary McMillan of Kansas Mo is the guest of Mr Richard C Head and wife Miss McMillan is the daughter of Mr Wm A McMillan who was a merchant here forty years ago We have had genuine winter weather lately Sunday morning the thermometer went down to 0 degrees above zerothe coldest of the winter Our farmers have gathered good ice this time We have been furnished the fol lowing which is said to ho a sure cure for frost bite or chill blnins Take equal parts of ground ginger and cornmeal mix into an oint ment with sweet rich cream Apply to the parts affected We suspect there are a number of peo ple who will need this remedy during this cold spell UNO TONIC TO THE SYSTEM For liver troubles and constipa tion there is nothing better than DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little Pills rrho do not weaken the stomach- Their action upon the system is mild pleasant told harmless Bob Moore of LaFayette Indsays No use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick in the stomach and never cured me DeWitts Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought 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will mukel loan connection at O I K Junction with Nos 3 and for points on the LuzingtanaadUl torniRullwa1M LCONLEY Superintendent pt WALKER WHITESIDES In Splendid Production of David Gnrriclcs Love Comes to Capital Theatre Mon day January 23 1 like my now playsaid Mr Vhiteoido3 to an interviewer as ho wns leaving Lyric Hull after the first rehearsal of David Garricks Love first because it tells a I simple straightforward story without any problems to solve and second because it a fiords wide scope for artistic acting in the role of David Garrick and splendid upportunity for fine char acterixations in the other roles Vhen the play was read to me in London last summer I was im mensely taken with it I was of comIedywhich the elder Sothern produced in this country for the first time some years ago The same play now holds the boards occasion ally but it is quite different from my present version This is the eighth of the new plays t have produced For many rs I devoted myself exclusively Ito the production of Shakespearean tragedies as I did nut wish to become too closely identi fied with Shakespeare alone for the reason that the heavy plays make too great a demand upon ones strength when played con stantly season after season I decided to join the ranks of pro ducing actors My first step in this direction was the production i of Paul Kesters Cousin of The King at the Shiller Theatre Chicago I followed this with Eugene Aram in the writing of which Paul Kester and I col laborated Then came the Man in Black and this was followed by Heart and Sword Next 1 produced of Sicily and last season made an elaborate pro motion of Gordon Keans We are King I find that the plays which appeal most to the public are those in which the story is a simple one not involving too much thought on the part of the theatre goer The day for immense scenic productions and countless mtm hers of people on the stage is quite on the wane This class of pro ductions was too much like a threeringed circus they de tracted from the main incidents of the play I have known good I plays to be failures in a financial way wholly on account of a super abundance of effects which swallowed up the real beauty of an otherwise welltold and well acted story We are coming to a more rational mode of presenting dramas Managers are now striv presentsHIstage with a lot of unnecessary sceneryThere seems to be a demand on the part of the theatregoer for more worthy acting than that which has obtained during the past eight years Of course there never will be any appreciation of r I genuine artistic ability here in America There will however be a more healthy appetite for good dramatic offerings The niadetoorder star is fast becom ing a thingof the past and the greatest bugaboo of the Amer jean stage the dramatized novel is thanks be dead Mr Walker Whitesido relates the following amusing experience bearing upon his first perform ance of Claude Melnotte in the Lady of LyonsiFor a number of years I had been playing nothing but the verydesirousthing ofa lighter nature 1 finally decided thin I would put on the Lady of Lyons hoping that it would serve to give me a little rest now and then from the playingt Lyttons love play into rehearsal and as I unfolded my interpreta reIhearsals I fancied that I would he Mytable amount of printing and we made elaborate preparations for playCosttunesscenery painted Our opening night was in Des Moinos Iowa I went to the theatre early as to be dressed long before the time for the curtain to rise that I might get myself thoroughly in harmony with my new role As I rJ1f t looked at myself in the mirror arrayed in Melnottes first dress that ofn welltodo peasant I had a twinge of misgiving Jt seem d to me as though I re sembled a Tyrolean singer The property mUll brought me the small gun which Melnotte is sup posed to have won at a shooting match as 1 looked at it covered with ribbons and roses I felt somewhat foolish Time came for my entrance with the words Give mo joy good mother 1 have won the prized Js it not hand some this gun I spoke them as I rushed on the stage full of enthusiasm holding the prize gun aloft in exultation The people were very kind and applauded my entrance in an encouraging man ner but as the play progressed I felt very illnt ease end like the proverbial fish out of water All the bombastic lines of Melnotte full from my lips like so much cheap melodrama The senti ment of the play did not appeal to me and I could take nothing seriously However the people in front were most generous and with their help I managed to get through the evening without the lossof my life At the final curtain I waited for the compliments ofmy company but each and every member had fled and I was left totally alone to figure out the result of my performance as best I could The papers the following morning treated the whole ghastly affair with kind silence I felt deeply pained and resolved that I would yet give a perform ance of the part that would elicit praise Three nights after I again played the part and threw my ettire energy into it After the play I went alone into the cafe of the hotel for a bite to eat und incidentally to think over the per formance While there a gentle man stepped up to my table and introducing himself asked if I were a member of the company that had played at the opera house that evening I answered that I was He praised the per formance und seemed greatly delighted with Miss Wolstans por t1tynl of Pauline I waited anxiously for some word in praise of my Claude Melnotte but hens singularly silent on this point As he started away he said Yes indeed the play was staged beautifully the company was splendid the leading woman was the best Pauline I have ever seen but the man who played Claude Melnotto ought to get his two weeks notice now hes awful It is needless to S1 that I did not finish the repnsC in front of me No I loft the table and arousing the managerial faction of my company sent out telegrams changing the hill all along the line I gave just two per formances of Claude Melnotte and they cost me upwards of three thousand dollars I have never had the courage to look at the scenery or costumes since IN MEMORIAM Mrs Mary Dudley AKlridge Frankfort Ky The Ladies Guild of Ascension Church mourns the loss ofnn efficient member and faithful officer in the death of Mrs ilU Dudley Aid ridge on the eening- of December 10 IflOi A faithful member of the church she gave of her presence mind substance in the furthering of its interests Loyal in affection steadfast in duty she was a valued member of the Guild of which she had been the treasurer since its organization more than twentyfive years ago A faithful steadfast friend quick to hear the voice of duty and to respond to the calls on her sympathy Who can number the lives which have been made better and happier because of contact with her dear life Or who can fill the void which her death lies made in our midstFLORENCE BARRETT Secretary of Ascension Guild CHANGE OF TIME OF TRAINS NOS 0 AND 10QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE On and after January 9th trains Nos 9 and 10 will run daily ex cept Sunday They now run daily tf j i ii0ii IA CASE OF IT Many More Like it in Frankfort The following case is but one of ninny similar occurring daily in Frankfort It is an easy mutter to its correctness proofthanJ P Taylor of 804 Madison St carpenter by trade now retired says Fornigh on to thirty five years I was subject to pain mal weakness in my back Time trouble I know came from my kidneys especially from the left one this being the most atlected Sometimes I could scarcely rise after kneeling or stooping und often when walking sharp pains would take me in my left side so as to nearly cause me to fall A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying especially at night and it disturbed my rest For years at oftrecurring inter vals I took various medicines which all practically failed to give expectedbenefitIt facts which makes me so appre ciate the remedy which also afforded me a genuine and lasting benefit I refer to Deans Kidney Pills which were procured by me at J W Gayles drug store They went right to the cause of the trouble and removed it Douus1Kidney upon For stile by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansa- md take no other- SPEEDY RELIEFI 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 ai d heals all cuts burns find bruise s A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by J W Gayle WANTED Special representative in this and adjoining territories in con nection with the Wholesale De partment oldestablished business house of solid financial stand ing Salary 51 weekly with nxI penises paid each Monday hy check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced position per 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years come and go Time brings many changes but the old reliable J E o M still stands as the leader of all fine flours Sold only by Grocers JtJJJJ mai rIOl IlY m3CT17Sfi Louisville AND Chicagc ICAlisFERoN IA VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION TTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A Cur 4tli mid Market SU Irf ulTlUr A Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco barns VJxJO also good tenement house and al other necessary outbuildings situated 3Z miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HA11 KINS on the premises oc223m Dr J S Collins DENTIST All Main St Frankfort Ky 51trIKodol Dyspepsia Cure Dlgscts what you sate oJ DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamsrt of the Leaving toot of Madison Street Dail at 015 after arrival oCmorninl trains Returning arrive Week Das 80 r Sundaysooop Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip 12 Excursions tit Detroit end rrturn Week Days St Sunday 750 To Ft Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Saco meals and berth extra special Rater to Socitlitj Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Ituifalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 BIElXNTrMgrWHGOLOEHDJPJ t rick e Queen and CrescentShoIIeSt Route AN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI jTy CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E GLARKEt TPA 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky r r HONORED AND BELOVED CITIZEN PASSES AWAY On Thursday afternoon about 4 oclock Mr Samuel C Bull Sr after months of suffering passed to his reward aged 70 years Mr Bull was one of our most prominent and influential citizens always standing for the right and and better things He carne to this city when but a lad and took a position with the late beloved Mr Win M Todd in his boot shoe and bookstore located where the business house of Messrs R K McClure Son now is- Later on he removed to Louis ville and remained a number of years Returning to this city he purchased the business of his former employer and remained in it until adversity overtook him and he was compelled to retire After a year or so of travel for Itnwholesale house of Louisville the same business he accepted a position with R K McClure d t Son and was with them at the time he was attacked by the illness which finally carried him i away in March last Mr Bull was a gentleman in all the relations of life and was integrityNthan and as Christian f Shortly after his return to this f city in the 50s he was married r to Miss Jacque Page daughter of r the late Mr Thos S Page and Was blessed with a large and honorable family For many years he had been an PresbyterianChurch and the Superintendent of the Sundayschool In all these posi tions he was an exemplar of the truths he so earnestly and ar belieedI devoted wife and Seven children Miss Mamie Bull l of this city Mrs W P Williams of Irvine Ky Messrs Sam C and Wm A Bull of Greenville l Miss Mr Frank D Bull of the f Mississippi River Levee Board Hopkinsille f this city a large circle of rely tives and a whole community o friends to mourn the loss of a gen tIe and tender husband fathe- and friend The funeral services will be conducted from the First Presbyteri an Church tomorrow Sunday morning at 1100 oclock by his pastor and beloved friend Rev i1Dr J McC Blayney and the re will be laid to rest by th side of his children in our ceme tery THE POPULAR VOTE The nearest correct way to get f the popular vote at the last Presi dential election is to take the largest vote cast for electors on the respective tickets The New York World Almanac gives the Vote compiled in this way The scatteringftotal Roosevelt got 7624489 Parker 5082754 Roosevelt over Parker 2541685 Roose welt over all 1729809 The electoral v ite was divided a ParkerLLETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending January 21 1905 Arnold J D Unrkley Lancasterr Healer Chris i Broaden Miss Rosa Brown Gull Duvall Tohe Harvey Irvine Heri ton Miss Sfcellao j Htirney Miss Freda Isgrigg Frank Jaukson Georgia Jones Miss Ophelia Langlais Millard Lyle Fred 2 Lynch James MoCttlister Mrs Drusy Miller Mrs Florence Snell Root Star Fire Ins Co Stasny Ludwig Stone Roy Thurman John Watts Leaner L Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRAKE P M One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Cold and Croup tf t J cp 1 L Cit aC4il v For the Roundabout IN MEMORY OF FRANK HUN TER WHO DIED DEC 17 1904 Over my soul tonight in solitude Sweet feelings of sadness glide My heart is full when ere I think Of sweet little Frank that died Soft hands of mother could not cense his pain So dark shadows oer her heart began to creep When she saw her touch of love was all in vain So death came and rocked little Frank to sleep Oh death thou lowest only the beautiful In the woe of her spirit that mother oriel For nothing was more beautiful to her Than the face of little Frank that died Ah little white blossom so soon to decaySweet of a laughter so quickly hushed Gone to bloom in Gods garden for ever and aye Those delicate petals here on earth so lightly crushed Little white sail on an endless sea Drifted far away with the silvery title Left mother straining her eyes for glimpseOf et little Frank that died Little bright star set in thy home in the skies Shine thou forever from Gods right hand noIRoaming forever on the banks of penceBathing in its blissful tide So one of the sweetest joys of Heaven I know Is sweet little Frank Hunter that died AUNTIE For the Roundabout A LESSON How careless are we whom the Angel of Death Has passed many years in his flightHow of word of spoken word sharpI How slight careless to wound fallsafGone forever without warning healthrus one moment all full of life To be brought back in the arms of death At first we feel nothing a numb ness indeed And know our loss our minds can not thinkeThen Oh the regret that we never can show Oh for the power to recall the 1harsh words by lips theyve been Never mind its too late neither sorrow nor joy Can dead be felt by those who are But what a lesson to those that still HVP Amid sorrow and trouble and strife We can every day by a kind sweet words some disconsolate life And if we have learned through this loved ones death The sin and the wrong of our life bysSome one oerburdened with strife We should thank Him the giver of nil That a just one was sent for from on High And by loving and helping and giving We shall meet him again by and by ROSE CAPLJNGER BACON DO IT TODAY The time worn juNction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps romedyforbe Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over A few doses ofthirtyfivedvoars relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all druglgsts lyr ill i vd t i i f PEA RIDGE Letters received hero from Miss Daisy Stoops and Dyke Stoops of Kansas say that weathei has not been very cold yet describe numerous parties they have at tended this winter and that the theyleftgrowing rapidly nndall doing well Miss Daisy and brother Dyke are the infant heirs of the late Finley Stoops and still have an interest in their fathers property here which can not of course be settled until they come of age in 1906 and 1909 Miss Edith Edge and her brother Frank went to New Al bany Monday to visit1 their sister Mrs Frank Stoops Whether intentional or not a writer in the Youths Companion draws a very pleasing picture of an officer with many good quali ties that strongly resembles the sheriff of Franklin and while only a sheriff is mentioned it is evident the writer is well ac superintendenthe tells how they worked against a malicious miscreant who tried to have a boy sent to jail but read John Imberly If instead of adopting the Aus tralian ballot law about which there is much complaint the Australian land law had been adopted it would have saved lots of trouble Stripped of trifles such as fees time and place of paying etc the Australian law- S land is held from the State Smith wishing to sell his land to Jones does not make a deed to Jones He merely turns his title back into the State land office uponfromveys the land to Jones Jones does the same when he sells to Brown surrenders his title to the State and Brown gets his title direct from the State So there is never any need to search a lot ofold deeds to prove titleSCRIBE DAVID HARUM One of the reigning successes of the past two seasons has been David Harum which is to be presented at the Capital Theatre in the near future The play as everyone knows is a dramatization of Westcotts novel and report credits it with being the best of all of the works transplanted from between the covers of a book to the stage in the absolute faithfulness with which it reproduces its scenes and characters Every one who has ever had a whiff of new mown hay or lived within sound of the cow phutscenes are laid in a country town however it is not like other coun try plays It possesses no suffer ing weeping heroine no bold detestable villain neither does it deal with a story that is in any way suggestive It is clean and wholesome bright and cheerful in its treatment and sparkles with quaint philosophy and rugged epigrams Its adherence to nature is said to be responsible for its great success Some one who greatly appreciated West cotts work said that David Ha rum was the greatest and best drawn character in American fiction of recent years and the critics have repeatedly asserted the same thing about the old fellow who held that a man might be straightern a string in most things and yet never tell the hull thing about a hoss II WE ARE ALL FAMILIAR With the deep hoarse bark grimly called a graveyard cough It is the cry of the tor tured 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 con sumption In the later stages mortal skill is unavailing No body can afford to neglect a cold Impossible to foresee an acci dent Not impossible to be pre pared for it Dr Thomas Ecleo tric Oil Monarch over pain i ii ii I 10 cts a copy 100 a y- earMcCLURS MAGAZINEis the cleanest most stimulating meatiest general magazine for the family says one of thb million who road it every l month It is without question The Best At Any PriceI 1 IGreat features are promised for next yearsix or more whole some interesting short stories in every number continued stories beautiful pictures in colors and artioles by such fam ous writers as Ida M Tarbell Lincoln Steffens Ray Stannard Baker John La Farge William Allen White and Charles Wagner Get all of it right into your home by taking advan tage of thisIJSpecial Offer Send 100 before January 31 1905 for a subscription for the year 1905 and we will send you free the November and December numbers of 1904 four teen months for 100 or the price of twelve Address McULURES 4859 East 23d Street New York City Write for agents terms 1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY- St LonisLonisTille Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19OJ Louisville Division No1 No5 No8 am pm pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Bhelbyville 910 628 861 Lawrenceburg 9li 820 o Versailles 1018 842 964 Lexington 1045 710 1030 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 NQ4 No2 No 8m pm am Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 805 445 780 Versailles 825 512 755 Lawrenceburg848 64fI 800- Shelbyville 720 626 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Nos 5 and Through Observation choir cnr between BurginTrain Louisville 745 n m for the South and arriving 750 from the South through sleeping cars from and to AsheviUo N Ci via and Morristown Tenn Train leaving Louisville 780 p m and arriving Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 Lv Louisville 850 a p Ar Huntingburg 1145a a m m110OO Princeton 100 p a m St Louis 680 P a m No8 No1 Lv St Louis 808 a p Ar Princeton lv8p m110oo am Huntin burl 2asp am Louisville 545p am No No Lv Louisville P 850 a m Ar Huntingburg 1800 p ml 1145 am Evansvllla P 180 pm No9 No12 Lv Evansville a ml 115 p in Ar Huntin burl 1908 a m 250 p m Ar Louisville a ml 545 p a m Trains Nos Sand run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis ville and Evnnsvllle carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos nnd Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars with buffet service For tickets and further information apply to any agent Southern Railway H R Spencer S H GB SouthernRailway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Aassitant GeneralPassenger Agent St Lonis Mo- O H HUNGERFORD District Pnnsenger Agent Louisville Ky C 0 TIME TABLE No21 NI SOUTHA pAt Lexington 820 62t Frankfort 9 815 Shelbyville 700 it Louisville II100 P0f No 22 No NOaTBA MI PM Lv Louisville 830 ShelDrvlle 928 700 Frankfort 740 Ar Lexington 11115 H40 WANTED Ten men in each State to travel tack signs and distribute samples and circulars of our goods Sal ary 75 per month 300 per day for expenses KUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago192m t ril ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S SII Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 100O a in leave Saturda 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday mornfing Roundtrip and oneway t 4IllustratedOcean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central R R Send for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and fornia via the Illinois Central Oa11INew Orleans under the Raymond Whitcomb will Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California the Illinois Central and New leans Entire trips made in private vestibule trains of viaIPullmans with dining car every Fascinating trips complete Illinois Central Weekly sions to California Excursion Oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati overyWednesday NEW ORLEANS A for the tourist to visitWinter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars bulietlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route iu dining oars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Groat Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican On f Coast has 250 rooms single or tSteamroute at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK rvlcodescribing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can bo had of agents of the Illinois Con tral or the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the II Con trait F W HARLOW D Po A Louisville- A J MoDOUGALL Do Po A Now Orleans A H HANSON G P AiChicago JNO A SCOTT A G P A- Memphis COUGHS AND COLDS l All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quicklycured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by J Vo Gayle I lVLall1ll1oth J1earance i1eOur Annual January Sale will commence Saturday the 14th This advertisement contains but a few of the bargains that await you TABLE LINEN NOTIONS BIG JANUARY SALE OF LADIESGREAT SALE OF SILKS COLORED DRESS GOODS CLEAR h RACEfi0cfor 72 inch Table Linen worth 2o for Hi Cotton Tape Ladies Gowns assortment un line makes it almost unneccessary for3Go for Dress Goods worth 50c 60eor75cmade4o for card Safety Pins Ladies Underskirts tine material no invitation for yon to come and buy 75c for Dress Goods worth 1 possibleTOWELSand good fit So up prices SoapI 48c for Silks worth Shields CLEAN UP OF KNIT UNDERWEAR GOODSc4c yd best Calico 50 doz for Rubber Dressing Combslfo for Drawers worth 2oc for Silks worth 85c Unusual stock in this department fio yd four quarter Brown 3oc for Vests worth oOc from 4o 790 for Silks worth 6100 suitable for Skirts TailorAc yd four quarter Blench OottonHnnduerehldfs up 3Bo for Drawers worth Pc Separate fie yd Apron Gingham Stocks and Turnovers from 7c up89c for Union Suits worth Too Crepe de Chine 3Jc all colors Gowns and House Dresses D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M U Adams the pastor being absent Rev J F Williams D D of Versailles will preach at 11 a At 780 p m Rev J R Sampey D D of Louisville will preach Sundayschool at 945 a m in the Impel Home Department and Bible Class Taught by H E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran joinBaraca at 945 taught pastorBaptist Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 080 pnPrayerservice will take the place of topicAllespecially the Baraca Class are urged to be SampeyPrayermeeting night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn roe tor Sunday January 22 080 Sundayschool 1100 Morning Prayer and Sermon Wednesday PrayerFriday Teachers Mooting at 730 Bible study at 750 These services are all open to the public v1CHRISTIAN CHURCH R e C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mISundayschool at 980 a the chapel Christian Endeavor Soofetyvwill meet in the chapel at 045 p m t Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel The Junior Society will meet on Friday aftorn on at 8 oclock in chapelEverybody invitedI SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young 1eoples Society at 080 p Prayermeet lug Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody luvltnd to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH R o v Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oolookIHigh Mass at 10 a Sundayschool 2 p m Vespers nt 780 p in FIRST P R E S B Y T BRIAN MoOluskeyJUaynepreach at lln m and 780 p m Sundayst hool at 980 a il Young Peoples Society of Chris tan Endeavor at 645 p All the young people are invited Prayermooting Wednesday night at toii vJinSundayschoolJunior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p mInightatattendPEAKS MILL CHRISTIAN t CHUROHBro T N Arnold will h preach on the 5th Sunday in Janu wry 29th at 11 oclock a UlIDr Weaver Treatment Syrup for the blood CwUforiklnerapttai JACKSONVILLE Our town is on a boom Mr George Montgomery has opened a store again at this place with a good line of goods where he hopes to meet his friends Mr W B Hayden has moved into his new house Guess Billy contemplates having a now cook soon Mr Leroy Johnson is looking forward to and wishing for the time to soon come when his son Vernon Clay will enter the mercantile business as full partner with him Guess it wont be long until the sign will read Leroy Vernon Clay Johnson Merchants Mr Harry Lee wife and fam ilyof Lebanon Ridge were the guests of Mr Reuben Stivers Sat urday and Sunday Mr Fabrum Pool and wife of Finchville were the guests of Mr J P Bright ani family the first of the week remaining several daysMr Thomas Haggard was the guest of friends here this week Mr C W Perkins has been visiting hs daughter Mrs John Harrod in the Burg vicinity the past week Miss Clay Perkins of Harvie land is visiting her uncle Mr C W Perkins and family Mr Arthur Moore wife and son Loney visited his uncle Mr Cal Green of Scott county the past week Mr Ike Moore and family will leave for the Creek Nation and Territory in a short time to locate there He visited the territory the past fall and selected a situn- tion and will return now to make his homo there Mr John Barnett and wife of Highland Parkreturned to their home a few days ago after a soy eral days visit to her parents Mr W Band Mrs Bettie Moore this community Mrs Leroy Johnson who has been ill for a few lays is hotter Misses Audio and Ada Bright are spending a few days with their sister Mrs Annie Pool of Finch villleWe learn Mr Dennis Cook con inItentioncess to the effort May prosperity attend him is our wishIWe are sorry Pleasant Mitnholl of Defoe who conducts a country store at Scrab ble is very ill typhoid pneu monia at his homo We join in with many others in praising the Roundabout for its promptness unselfishness and im partial news contained in its columns weekly Wo have been a constant reader of this paper for the past twelve or fifteen years and we would miss its weekly visits fully as much as wo would our daily meals Long may it continue to live and prosper s our wish CLOSE OBSERVER Dr Weaver Treatment fiynppurlfl Wood CawhMli itia wnptUMk GET THE HABITA- ND READ THE Complete Reports OF THE MARKETSPOLITICAL WARI RAILROADFINANCIAL ALL OTHER BOWLING NEWS RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH CALLED MEETING OF THE WOMANS CLUB AVe are requested to nnnouunce that thorn will be a called meeting of tho Womans Club at their rooms on Washington street on this Saturday afternoon at 8 oclock A full attendance is earnestly requested Your Physician Expects Certain definite results from the proscription he writes If one ingredient lacks in essential virtue if the com Icouratolrdonoof recovery may bo broken We have built up a repu tation on proscription fug Every prescription or recipe receives the most careful conscientious atten tion and prices will always bo as low as possible consistent with the perfect ser vice given Emergencies are apt to arise in every family which require the services of a druggist or something in the drug store line at night In such oases remember that we will bo pleased to servo you Whether by night or by day you cannot command bettor prescrip tion service than you got hero The GaYln Dreg Storrs WHITE SALE I f specialinducements tf Embroideries and Laces Our theJitin county well know We will take pleasure in showing them jt tagood taste and judgment cannot but find the styles and prices ivery attractive y t We have a few Table LinenshNapkins and Towels slightlyryused that we offer at 1 Cut on Skirts and Ribbons on 7 Saturday i F THEENEY 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 OASTOnXABears of thet2rtf BLUE GRASS COIP TRACTIONI Lexington Ky Dec 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from UU m to 9 in except 11 a m 1 and S p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept li noon 2 and 9 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7n m to 11 p m except 11 a in 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8 50 p m Leaves aimfor excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf t J tl tj t i J 1 AtsFori The Kind You Have Always Bought ct Bearsthed F Signature of I SyrupPurifies i for the skis Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville fLeavesew Orleans Special No LpaMu2 p m Arrives 6 85pm 122Lea tm fintermediatepointstown HodKLiivillu Pad Hopkinsvllle cept no Hodgenripe r 182LlltJStoHodgcmilloSundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily Dr Weavers Syrup find Cerate Saccewf nl treatment for blood and skin diseases IPLACE 1NOWSTANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SLEGHORNOur stock is from the greatest eHglayIDKYstrains in America EGOS 15 FOR SI50 Thorn Hill XURLDTSRY Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phono No 338- 16Gm iiC7 i i t I i Yv f t I tSJI1J MCCLURES- i J II i IIGGEST SALE J J 1iq Nnkfort a ver non t i 4D 7 C Y t It c ft As announced in our previous advertisements we have closed out the winter stocks of five different makes of fine clothing and shoes at ridiculously r low prices Also in this sale willgo everything in winter goods inour own stock which we do not wish to carry over to another season Not an article goes l into 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 meansreliable 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 1 Much Below Manufacturers Wholesale Prices CLOTHING 10 SUITSif Worth 18 1650 and 15 In this lot are about one hundred and fifty mixed suitseveryone new and l this seasons stylemade by Golland and HackettCarhart S Co All sizes in mens and young mens fancy worsteds Scotches etc including a great many t of the new brown effects in doublebreasted coats Every coat is hand made and guaranteed ffi 14 SUITS Worth 35 25 and 20 We say without hesitation that this is the most remarkable lot of suits over offerred in a 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 suit for 14 will very likely never come to you again the actual retail price on these in the ordinary way being from 25 to 35X750 SUITS All the mixed suits in the store worth regularly 12 and lu are in this sale at 750 OVERCOATS 2500 2000 and 1800 Overcoats for 1200 1500 Overcoats for IOOO 1200 and 1000 Overcoats for 800 Top Coats and Light Weight Rain Coats not included CHILDRENS CLOTHING 500 and 600 Suits and Overcoats for 375 300 and 350 Suits and Overcoats for 225 200 and 250 Suits and Overcoats for 150 MENS SHOES lAbout 100 pair Boydeus 500 and 600 Shoes 375 224 The Great Shoe Purchase 224 We cleaned up altogether about 400 pairs of mens welt shoes in box calf patent colt patent leather vici kid and enamel leathers single and double solesIThey are worth regularly front 300 to 350 Price in this sale 221 Regent shoes not includedWOMENS SHOES d Laird Schober CQs 500 and 600 Shoes 375 224 The Great S loe Purchase 224IAbout 300 pairs of womens shoes figured in this purchase Ideal kid I 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 249 Queen Quality shoes not included 200 Womans Shoe 159 150 Womans Shoe 119 Heavy and single soles Every pair guaranteed to wear HALF PRICE ON THESEd t50centBoxed Suspenders at half Pocket Books at half priceI 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 r These prices are for cash No goods will be exchanged no money re funded and alterations in clothing will be charged for w u f ANTJKJis