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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher AWEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEn Js LOO In Advance VOLE XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB 1II 1905 NO 2jI ir- A Superb Collection Of Dai- ntyUndermuslinHH DurabilityPrettinesssuch a delightful manner Having bought our stock from one of the Largest Manufacturers of MUSLIN UNDERWEAR in America we are in a position to save to our customers the profits we would be com pelled to pay to the Jobber if bought from them With this advantage we will surely make new friends for our MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Department Corset Covers Extra values in Corset Covers neatly made full fronts trimmed with lace and embroidery 25 35 50- cDrawers Hemstitched Ruffled Drawers good quality muslin well made 25 40 50c Gowns neatlytrlmmcdSkirts A large variety of Skirts trimmed with insertion edging and tucks excellent values 50c 75c 100 250tSpecial Prices on the Following Numbers FOR 10 DAYS ONLY Corset Covers price8cDrawers worthIStyle No 700 Ladies Drawers ruffle trimmed with Insertion and lace worth 35c sale price 29cSkirts One lot of Skirts trimmed with tucks and wide lace edgings worth 85c sale price 59c severolrrows Style No 360 Skirt This is an excellent value well made good quality muslin trimmed with lace and tucks worth 125 sale price 98c Gowns Style No 257S Ladles Gowns well made trimmed with embroidery insertion worth 50c sale price S9c Style 2449 Ladles Gowns trimmed with nainsook edge and several rows of narrow tucks worth S5c sale price G9c Style 2447 Ladles Gowns worth 75c neatly made and finished with 1 embroidery worth 75c sale price 59c C KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge SETTLED AT LAST Capitol Site Chosan Money Ap propriated and Legisla ture Adjourns On Tuesday last the Senate adopted the report of the Conference Committee on the location of the new Capitol by a vote of 24 to 4which was afterwards changed to 26 to 4 by recording the votes of Senators Burnam and Spence in the affirmative The biUos amended was then reported to the House of Representatives on Wednesday After some parliamentary motions the amendment was concurred in by a vote of 68 to 14dThus this long battle has been waged was finally and for all time settled The sameresult could have been attained and the whole matter closed up in ten days had there injectedintoThe play for position in the dominant party was the moving cause each to put the disadvantageWhile our views on this matter we have carefully declaringthemduty of the Legislature to settle the matter for the hest interests of the State regardless of the peopleWhat was the speedy settlement of the question and the erection of the buildingsThe a beautiful andcommanding one and will be easily seen from all directions The Legislature was in session for 30 days at an expense of about 1500 per day The final adjournment took place on yesterday Requiescat in pace TIlE IRISH PAWNBROKER theIsuch enormous business for the past three seasons is one of Mnn bookingsTheas usual by the farce comedy star triumvirate Wesley and Mack and Muscle Trumbull This trio are so well known to theatregoers that they need no introduction The company surrounding them this season is as capable as usual and the scenic investiture is promised all that could be asked STOPS RACING ON STREETS Thu racing which has been in peoplehothbecome so dangerous to street pedestrians and others that Chief oKPolice Mangnn issued orders stop the practice but none toI soon as several persons had already boon injured w LEG BROKEN A lad by the name of Callaghan had his leg AlexnnderI Tuesday by running wall in front of tho Royal Mills on Main street Young Callaghan and several others were on a sled coming down Arsenal Hill when they attempted to evade a buggy coming up when the sled became unmanageable VALENTINE PARTY AT FORKS Tho YM C Aof tho Forks of Elkhorn will give a Valentino Party at thoil rooms on the even ing of Tuesday February 14 Val DayEvery cordially invited to attend and enjoy the occasion Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrap purUIes the blood Cerate heals skin eruption ric IACCIDENT ON L N A flnnge on a wheel of a freight car broke off at Teas Station on Monday night cooling the cur to jump the truck But little dam age was done but the eastbound C 0 train was detained in this city for some three hurs STHETRACTION CO The franchise to build an electric railway to Versailles and c Purhasedrecently acquired it by purchase commissioners sale on Mon companyThisrunning the lines to Georgetown and Paris It is asserted that work upon the Versailles line will be pushed so soon as the weather will permit It is earnestly hoped that the portion of the road between Versailles and this city will be constructed by this company which means business in all it under takes as witness its other lines MAKE IT COMMONWEALTH AVENUE In the city of Frankfort we now have two Main streets the one on the North Side and the other on the South Side We would respectfully suggest that the city changingstreet of that name to Commonwealth or State Avenue especially so as it is now pretty wellassured that the street in question will be the main entrance to the poll Capitol grounds- Either name suggested will do but we rather prefer Common wealth Avenue as it designation PECULIAR DISAPPEARANCE J D Runyan of Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappear ante of his painful symptoms o indigestion and biliousness to Dr snysrhoyr dizzinesssour stomach headache constipation etc Guaranteed at all druggists Price 25c consumptionYou Woods Norway Pino Syrup cures coughs colds bronchitis sore throat Never fails- RESIGNED Mr Clarence E Voods the editodr Secretary to U S Senator Jas B MbCreary has resigned his place with Mr McCreary to come hats to Richmond to prosecute his can vans for tho Democratic nomina cityMr gen tleman und a polished writer His e also the Grand Recorder of the SocietyWe success in his efforts to become Mayor of his home city u TRANSFERRED TO THE CIN CINNATI a postal from Lieut Com mnlidol Hugh Rodman US N wo learn that he has been train- erred front tho U S S Wiscon sin to the U S S Cincinnati as Executive OHicor and will remain on tho China Station for coin time to tunic His wife is no in Manila P L Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part of the holly Doans Ointment At any drugstore 50 cents 1t i 4 SATURDAY EVENINGS ALARM Shortly after C oclock on Sat urday evening an alarms from box 27 called the boys to a house in the rear of the St Johns A M E Church where a chimney was burned out No damage was done COUNTY COURT DAY CROWD Owing to the disagreeable weather there was but a small crowd in town on Monday county court day Severn horses were sold and Commissioner Posey sold some real estate but the dealing of all kinds were short WILLS PROBATED The will of Mrs Fredericka iKaltenbrun was admitted to pro bate on Monday in the county devisesoshe left the remainder of her estate to her son Dr V A Kalten brun and her daughter sirs Fredericka Veisenburgh desig nating each piece of property for each child The will of Mr Harry B tODonnell was probated on Mon I day last He devised all his prop erty of every kind to his wifefIs it a burn Use Dr 1ilThomnsdruggists AGITATED THE CROWD 7tftorwas preaching upon The Bap tism of Fire on Sunday night ii l HolySpirit Js power to weld Christians into rHisburned in the hearts of sinners so t that they became anealed and hardened to its influence the ice upon the roof of the churchG thef idown the roof to the ground Quite a number of those present b were very much alarmed fora moment or two and did not seem to know but what some mysteri Otis power was at work about there I BUYS CITY RESIDENCEr j Mr R D Armstrong has pur J chased of Dr J A Posey his handsome new residence on Slid TfJ by street situated on what is known as a port of the Stoddard Johnson lot It is a convenient and modern dwelling in all its ap spoiutmontsCoughs and colds down to the very borderland of consumption yield to tho soothing healing in NorwayPine ii WITH USUAL FORMALITIES The electral votes of the several States were counted in the pres ence of the joint assembly of Con gross on Wednesday February 8 The vote was stated to be 886 for Roosevelt und Fairbanks and MO for Parker and Davis Fryethen1volt elected President and Chas W Fairbanks elected Vice Presi dent for the term of four years ifront tho 4th lily of March 1905 und the joint assembly dissolved A4 areelttlition Tonic blood purifier ur jimifugo They are not foot 11- itdieino and the best in use to put it gorse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and r LeComptfl Gayle t The confident feeling that your dinner table J 1M is perfectly correct in its appointments can be V t realized if you have a service of 1835 R 9J r Wallace Silver Plate V t G Mrs Rorers illustrated book How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call t1 r t M A SEL ERTI ll I 11 l i PER5ONALCol was hero this week Col E H Taylor Jr is in Chi cago Ills on business affairs Dr W E Gardner of Lakeland was hero Tuesday IMr Thos D Hindo of Chicago visited relatives here this week Hon W U Grider of Bowling Green was hero on Saturday Dr O H Reynolds and wife were t116rMr Ben Uttorbaok Sr of Lou isville visited relatives hero this weok Col Jas A Scott is attending the Carter Circuit Court at Gray son t1Iiss Allie Hawkins of Grassy visited Miss Narr Nunn 1Jj South Side this week MinneapkfhereMr R S Dndman and Prof M L Chowning of Lawrencoburg wore visitors hero this weekfe Ii Mr R R Wilson the hustling 4 insurance man was in Sholbyvllle this week 4 Miss Ada Wright who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J AI J Perkins has returned home P i Mr Karl Kagin loaves today for springtiek Mr S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis was hero this week looking after his distillery property l Jlfisi Hattie Poy liter of Shnlby the guest of Miss Coranol r Crutchor this week i Mr D B Wnlcutt was called to- 1CrefHwnt Hill on Thursday by the arrival of another son and heir rl Mr Sam RII1 old of St Louis Mo was the guest of his father this week Mrs M B R Day is visiting her tfsister Mrs L M Maus at Wash J City Mr S W Hager and family were called to Ashland by the death of Mrs Halters mother Mrs Daugh erty White Mr S L Howser was called to Lawrence burg Monday by the seri ous illness of his father LouisItives here has gone to Lexington Mrs W O Bradley of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs John c JQ South at the Capital Hotel Mrs Lou D VanWinkle of Dan ville was the guest of relatives here this week Mrs A D Martin visited her daughter at Ashland Seminary Versailles this week Mss Teresa Berryman of Ver i sallies was the guest of her aunt Mrs W H Posey thia week Mr John M Scott of Lonsvillo t vf punt Sunday with his mother Mrs W T Scott in this city Miss Emu Todd Lewis of Wood lake spent Saturday in this city the guest of Miss Mary Keith Miles r Mr J B Lewis of this ollloe k spent Sunday with his cousin Mr W H Lewis at Wood lake Mrs A G Jeffors was called to Versailles to see her mother Mrs John Cain who has boon very ill Rev Lewis N Thompson of Owen county visited his mother r Mrs E P Thompson this weekICol Noel Gaines and Hutchison wont to Sholbyvillo MondayMr onI L Rodman ot ville was tho giiMst of his parents Mr Jos L Rodman and wife this Wdeltj Iril 1 ifi t f j g lliiiti IMrs Ruth Armstrong of Illinois visited Miss Ruth Armstrong this week called hero by the death of Mrs Ella Parrent her half sister Mr Homer Shelton and Mr E L Uttorbaok who have been visit lug friends in Mercer county have returned home Miss Jacquo Ellwanger came down from Versailles to assist in Ye Oldo Folkes Concerte returning to school on Wednesday Mrs E C Ward wife of Senator E C Ward of Henderson who has been visiting in this city has re turned home Mr James Suter has gone to Texas to join his father Mr B Suter who now owns a ranch in the Lone Star State Mrs W Jj Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill this C W Saffell entertained at cards on Wednesday afternoon at 8 oclock at her home on Second street The Hut in honor of Miss Westfoldt of Rugby Grange North CarolinaBy in the Nyaok N Y Star we learn that Mr Adam K Stephens of Upper Nyack had been seriously hurt at the electric plant at Orangohurg N Y and was still confined to bed Mr Luther M Walter of the legal branch of the Interstate Commerce Commission formerly a resi dent off Louisa Ky was the guest of Mr Grant L Roberts several days this week DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do modayis now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to ou about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to clnyand let that remedy be Dr Boscheos German Syrup which has boon in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold anti its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr WILL NOT BE PAID NOW By a note from Prof J H Fu qua Sr Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction we learn that owing to the absence of the State Treasurer the draft to pay the county teachers can not be paid just now This will be bad news for the touchers THAT TICKLING IN THE THROAT One minute after taking One ticklinginthe throat not tho stomach Harmless good for children A L Spo fiord postmaster at Ches ter Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of anICure too much for what it has done in our family It always gives relief Sold by J 1V Gayle I c Il DonTspoiled bread to throw away Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a i special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger and 0 1V Sailell x murBEfAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr lings New Discovery PrieDFOR 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK tHv A REGULAR OVATION TO SENATOR TAYLOR When the conference report was adopted by the Senate on last Tues day by a vote of 26 to 4 fixing tho site for Kentuckys New Capitol and making an appropriation of 60000 for the purchase of same the President of tile Senate Liour Governor Thome appointed a committee consisting of Senators Can trill Taylor and Cox to report the bill to tho House and ask the con currence of that body Tie committee made its report on Wednesday worming as soon as tho House was called to order j Speaker Brown Representative JDrowry of Louisville immediately arose and stated that tho General Assembly was about to close its labors and to finish up the work for which it was called in extraor dinary 1nnd he thought it was but right and proper that the Houso should extend an invitation to tho distinguished Senator from Franklin who had spent time last twelve years of his life in laboring to secure for the city of Frankfort tho permanent seat of government and who had clone more towards securing tho 1000000 appropria tion for the building of the Capitol than any other citizen of the State to address the House and moved that the House resolve itself into Committee of the Whole and that time Chair appoint a committee of three to wait upon time Senator and apprise him of the wishes of the House The motion was unan imously adopted The Speaker ap pointed Representatives Drewry Miller and Klair The committee retired and in a few minutes returned with Senator Taylor The Senator was accorded a regular ovation all the members of the House and tho citizens in the lobbies and gallery rising and soon as order was restored Senator Taylor thanked the Houso for the compliment paid him statln that in his twelvo years service as Senator and Representative he had not at tempted to make a speech and had contented himself with laboring in a quiet way to advance tho in terosts of his and tho State and left speechmaking to thn orators of the two houses The Senator was overcome by tho kindness and good will of tho mem bers of the House and retired lurid much applause It was a great compliment to Frankforts priimnly firmitrmr IDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Saccewf al treatment for blood and skin diseases THEBKS MONEY IN IT Spuaklng of compressed air if ono could only compress somo of tho zero atmosphere wo have Mien having for tho past few weeks lay it away and dual it put iti chunks to suit purchasers about next July there would be a nico little prollt in tho transaction oin Joj ouanqap ojtuao i pooiq aq sal izua dmsLS 10AWOA au 1ik tEtIt1iTIAVegetablePaeparationPorAs sImilatingtlleToodandRegu1alitid Promote iestionCheeiful ness and BestContains neither nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC r fJUlkswIlElJm31El Pumpkin Vm1 Real rJb Mut Su4 Jhyxmant a JiI Jtlf aiw ConstipaHon WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP TacSinule Signature of rdiM NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WBAEPEB J ll jraYV genuineLaxative the remedy that ir n cold la one d- ayESCAPED Womon and Men From the Clutches- of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO AR HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USINO UENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE Mr Genniugs and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspced mid wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2G05 N High Mr Miracle ond wife GrocerWBroad Pcv DUVSOJ Rev J J Shingler President John Culberson High and Mnynard St Mr Wilson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttr and Roy Shuttz We corM fill a large newspaper with icspoiitiilie witnesses what Deuns Sure Safe artl Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 celt or 75 cent bottle nnd yo be surprised nt rte immediate beg it afford nr 1I GAYLES oreS r 1 r1 CASTORIA iltM For Infants and Children t The Kind You HUAlways Bought i u Bears the- Signature r f i oft I ti jl rrr Ther Si j Kindt You Havekf k Always Bought J jjTHEGIVE 11RESYour food l digested and assimilated to any value to you If your stowryllrach is weakor diseased take KodolpDyspepsia Cure It digests whatPPPryou eat and gives the stomach a rest enabling it to recuperate q take on new life and grow strong again Kodftl cures sour stom T ach gas bloating heart palpita tin and all digestive disorders f Soper of Little Rock KyIEwrites us Wo feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the givenIgirl when she was three years old leeptitcourse she only takes it now when anything disagrees with her Sold by J W Gayle- WANTEDTrustworthy man or r woman to nianapo business in this county and adjoining territory or well established house of solid financial standing JO straight cash salary with all necessary expenses paid weekly by chock from head quarters Money advanced for ex penses Position permanent pre NoPeverything Enclose selfaddressed envelope Address Manager 810 Oomo Block Chicago ill 228t rit u jJ H itw S FR14 E R ln r t ia Covert Jackets Mjt Now Spring styles CoTect sha a r Exceptional val- ueRaincoats SOO fi New Blouse shape Nobby effects 4 10 to 15 These have been selected with wcareful consideration of your t ill F it MARRIEDBABBITT it city on Monday Mr James Bab bitt and Miss Mollie Lewis both of Woodford county were mar ried by Rev L D Stuckor- MOOREMOORE In this city j on Wednesday Mr Saml M Moore and Miss Katie Moore were married by Rev L D Stuoker TO THE LOT OWNERS OF THE a FRANKFORT CEME j TRY CO Herewith is submitted the finan cial statement of the Frankfort Cemetery Co for the year ending Deoemebr 81 1901 l RECEIPTS 1Balance on hand Decem It ber 81 1903 sod 21 Grave permits 1180 00 A Sale of lots 1248 00 t r Interest and investments 1000 00 r Sundry collections by su perlntendent 132 00 1J U 4801 11 f EXPENDITURES Salaries 783 20 t3 80 171Contingent87 72 Balance on hand Decem t ber 81 10IU 1346 88 480111 iti Cash invested December 81 J904 14114 96 r i Cash balance 1846 83 lf f 1 oTotal cash and invest ments 15461 79 fI t tEL SAMUEL Pres Socy Pro Tern IJ J frr Cures croup sore throat pul trlm nary troubles Monarch over pain of every sort Dr Thomas a Electric Oil H i i J1BOUGH1 NEW LOCOMOTIVE puri11 THE SUSNHINE OF SPRING tE The Salvo that cures without a soar is DeWitts Witch Hazel I Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises t and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H M Middleton Thebes Ill says t was seriously afflicted with a sore that was very painful feverII I r Witts Witch Hazel Salve l me in less than a week Get the jgenuine1 Sold by J1ti Gayle retUi srr Early Buyers Get Choicest Patterns Dress Goods rteNew Spring Suiting all wool neat mixtures at 50c per yard Mohairs new shades striped effects just the thing for a spring snitCarpet Matting Largo new stock bought before the recent advance BEATMS WHITEAt her home in Ash land on Monday Mrs Sarah A White aged 81 years Mrs White was the widow of the Hon Daugherty White and mother of Hon John D White Mrs 0 J Norwood Mrs S W Hager and Mrs F C Mahan MINORAt his home in this county on Friday February 8 Mr Jeff Minor aged 76 years of double pneumonia It Mr Minor was an upright H nI orable and industrious gentleman of the old school who scorned to stoop to a dishonorable action He lived a long and useful life and died respected by all who knew him Peace to his ashes PARRENT At her home in this county on Monday Mrs Ella Parrent wife of Mr Z Taylor Parrent aged 47 years of pneumonia Mrs Parrent was a devout member of the old South Benson Baptist Church She was a good womanShe leaves a grown son and daughter her husband who is very ill with the same disease of winchshedied and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her death The funeral services were non ducted from the residence at 11 oclock Wednesday morning by Rev M B Adams after which the remains were interred in our cemeterySTEDMAN In Lexington on Tuesday Mrs Mary Stedman wife of Mr Howard Stedman aged 35 years of pneumonia Mrs Stedman was a good woman loyal and devoted to her family friends and the church She was a member of the Pres byterian Church She leaves a desolate husband and one stepdaughter to whom she was devotedly attached A large circle of friends and reln tives will bo saddened to hear of her departuure The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Dr J MoO Blay ney assisted by Rev 0 C Powers on Thursday and the remains were laid to rest in the terIJIGREENIn this city at the Kings Daughters Hospital MrI aIlungs Mr Green was a gallant soldier in the 2d Indiana Volunteers in the Civil war He lived about Silks lye have been very fortunate in our early Silk purchases as these goods have advanced greatly since we bought you get the benefit 36 in Chiffon Taffetta X125 24 in Twilled Foulard 59c six miles from this city on the Peaks Mill pike He was a genial and loveable man HORDAt his home in Roo zenna Texas yesterday Mr Ed ward Hord aged 01 years the old est son of the late Judge Lyander Hord and a brother of Mrs Or lando Brown Mr Hord was only sick a few hours with pneumonia He was a gallant soldier in the Confederate army Another of our boyhood friends to pay the last de- btBIRTM3 STUCKERIn this city on Monday to Rev L D Stucker and wife a daughter Agnes Brawner Stucke- rCRUTCHERIn this city on Monday to Mr Lafayette Crutch er and wife nee Neva Blnkemore a SO- IlTOBINIn this oltjj on Wednes day to Dr Hugh L Tobin and wife a daughter WALCUTT At Crescent Hill Louisville on Thursday to Mr D B Waloutt and wifea son LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending February 1905 Adams J G Armstrong Miss Olive 2 Bnlow James Faulkner Miss Golden B B Lawrence Mrs E R Nolan Win C Paris W A Parker Bennett Portwood Miss Mattie Royce Frank Samuels Mins Nellie Siimuols Birdie Scott Miss Annie Sherrard J M 2 Smith Mrs Matt Sparks Miss Elizabeth Stith Miss Flora Thomas Miss Alice Thomas Rose- Thompson Mrs Jennie Walker Miss Fay Watson Mrs Sophronia White Miss Mattie Wilkerson Mattle Persons calling for the above letI tors will please say advertised E M DRANE P M PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SiOur stock is from the greatest vgglnyluK strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 5150 Torn Hill AURLDTSRY Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 888 IBCm OLD iC iTIlE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky IJr IfO j 0 4rfJliiJJ t q Value MensI i She InbS ipreparatIonsHeavy Cheviot 80 worth OCtjScotch Cheviot 36 inches wide 15c Madras Shirting beautiful patfterns in white and light ground 36 inch Corded Madras loc 36 inch Scotch Madras lOc Mercerized Madras 25 c ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE As administrator of the estate of John Green deceased I desire to give notice to those indebted to the estate to come forward and settle Those having claims against such decedent will present properly proven as required bvjaw JACK CHURCH Administrator 234tI MEETING OF DIRECTORY The Directory of the Womans Club will meet in the Club Room Washington street this Saturday afternoon at oclock Full attend ance requested CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought tBearsSignature of M w f rti r IIr w If you your last 5J M and to got it was 8t W IW soon Aor you did nt feed jg A hen lay eggs It time to Mget such hen in tilt M now and will bo still thin at once and bo W the bust you can W r M J Ill o AT J at 8 at the will be a of fof the of the in be x halt of the Kentucky AntiSaloon The will be by H K of 4 Ky is ized by and sane in the and its has By its the was the and is out Its has of the AntiSaloon Y free of thq fautiticisin temperance and it has commended to the cooperate it in all its The is for all and is to JOHN DRISCOLL v Leading Grocer t Pioneer in Grade Kentucky Hand iWhiskies Dont forget the l JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Poultry I A Gold Mine I fed tenseggproducing foods winter sntisfuotol results jyjJEithernieuce feeding enough 5 the MaybeItrundown doesnt I takes a condition gWRSeggslotshigher M feeding them M preparation oflinvestment possibly make Price i Tie LIQY1O Bel Stores i- O tr1irRisersLltilaThe famous UWo pills UNION MEETING THE t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday afternoon oclock First Baptist Church there union meeting most churches city League adddress delivered I Prof Taylor Louisville This organization character safe methods dealing with liquor traffic success been wonderful efforts canteen abolished from army being kept work been nothing short marvel louseThe League iSt J from much which often attends work itself great denominations which Ijwith work meeting Sunday everyone invited attend Quality The The Dealer High Made Sour Mash place l failed JiLgin tr Stomach Troubles cured b- yJI r DYSPEPSIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Hilliard cured by Kodol Fa was of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected Ithe use of his heart 1q114dt OUeiUWhaiYeuEtt KODOL fliI For sale by JGnyle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR t- Ii jf WW 1 m l TfteFramcrortaounaaDQiit filtered at the postodke tit Frankfort Ken Lucky as secondclass mailablc mutter i GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY II 1905 OUR PATRONS fTOr We will in a few days send ti out bills to our patrons for their subscriptions to the Roundabout The amounts due from oxen 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 be prompt and assuring for which we shall be duly grateful tf A LI TTLE TOO SOON We dislike to complain about our street lighting but those fur tnishing the lights have fallen into r the of turning them oft a little too soon in the morting t 1ts By a few minutes after 5 oclock the streets are left as lark as mid night and any one having to be out at that hour has to trust tot luck to find their way about Es pecially is this unpleasant for those who have to leave on the early morning train for Louis ville Quite a number of these f persons have narrowly escaped running into others while wending their way to the depot and their comments would not make f pleasant reading We call the attention of those having the matter in charge so that it may be remedied before serious damage can follow We believe the contract calls for the lights to burn during all the hours of darkness and we know by personal experience that they do not BROKE HER ARM Miss Lou Pattie while walking in the yard at her home near Purrington on Friday slipped on the ice fell and broke her arm rAll Run Down L HIS is a common expres sion we hear on every r side Unless there is some organic trouble the con t dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all i kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you nee1a concentrated fat food to your blood and tone L up the system xrScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form It will buildup the weakened Iand wasted body when all f other foods fail to nourish If i you are run down or emaciated 5 give it a trial it cannot hurt i you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate I children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free pictureInthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists f 409 Pearl Street New York 50c end Ll All Druggists I ErrQS Of SmoKing Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppresslefeelinthroat discomfort from sleepinnon the left side and smothering at when the sufferer has to fit up in lied to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who leel symptoms and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection tocxccsshesmoklngOn to hegira a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together with hathinfetc I faithfully followed the given am pleased to say that cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your I was so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatingin my crse can cheerfully recommend Dr Miles Heart Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELtJAHHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind A DANGEROUS PRACTICE While we know that it is a very attractive sport still we also know that the practice of a lot of youths and young men starting their sleds and running them on down the incline from the ceme tery guts down Main street until they often reach the Capital Hotel is a very dangerous one not only to those engaged in the sport but to others whose duty or pleasure takes them out the Ver sailles turnpike- On Sunday afternoon there were several narrow escapes from serious accident and only a hairs breadth at that We like to see the young people enjoy themselves but their enjoy ment ought not to be allowedto interfere with the proper use of the streets SOME MORE WEATHER When our citizens awoke Wednesday morning they onI the whole surface of the sheet of ice and still sleeting beat the band It was funny and yet pathetic to see the different attitudes assumed by pedes trians in attempting to get about DEATH OF VENERABLE BAP TIST MINISTER Rev Joseph W Warder D D of Louisville one of the oldest and most useful Baptist Ministers of the State died at his home in that city on Saturday aged 76 years One of the saddest things connected with Dr Warders death was the fact that his de voted wife was away from home bedsIde1inWarder was pastor of the First Baptist Church of this city He had been a minister over half of a century and was an able and godly man He was a member of McFerran Memorial Baptist Church at the time of his death QUITE A LOT OF WEATHER THANK YOU On Saturday the day was warm bright and springlike after 1 oclock a in and the ice and snow began to disappear from our streets and sidewalks That night however it again clouded up and early Sunday the snow began to fall heavily chang inn later on to sleet then to mist and then to rain which fell until late in the night making the footing very treacherous and its slick as glass In the night Sunday it again snowed to the depth of about an inchAltogether we had a lot of weather but we are grateful in that it was not very cold all the t1- 1110iiii1i Msii DEATH OF MR JAMES M WITHROW Mr James 11 Withrow a Gov ernment Storekeeper died n this home near this city on Monday last of pneumonia aged 72 years Mr Withrow had served as clerk in the postollice under several postmasters when a young than Later he was a clork in the Au ditors Oflice under Auditors Grant Green W T Szunuels and D Howard Smith Still later he was a clerk at the Capital Hotel in this city His later life was passed in the Government service as storekeeper which position he was filling when stricken with his last lilncss He was a genial and companionable gentleman and an elH ciunt officer His wife who was Miss Alice Johnson died a number of years ago leaving him with two daughters and one son Mrs C II Wil kerson of Lexington Mrs How and T Gaines of this city and Mr Jag MI Withrow Jr who lives in the vest He had a wide circle of relatives and friends who will be saddened to hear of his death The funeral services were con ducted 1v Rev J MoO Blayney of the First Presbyterian Church on Tuesday after which the re mains were laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery YE OLDE TYME CONCERTE The old time concert given for the benefit of the repair fund of Ascension Episcopal Churchon Tuesday night at the Capital Theatre was one of the most de lightful entertainments of the season There was a fine audience present composed of the best peo ple of our city The whole entertainment was furnished by local musical talent of which this city has a remark ably good supply and each one seemed to try to make it a suc cess in which they succeeded ad mirablyWe glad to say that a neat sum was realized CA S TORIABean thelimoSignature of SAD NEWS The sad news came to Mrs W S Johnson on Monday last that her sister Mrs Belinda McClung wife of Mr Chas J McClung of Knoxville Temp had died that day of pneumonia Mrs Mc Clungwas a Miss Conley and lived in this city for a few years when her brotherinaw Gen Jas A Dawson was a State officer She was married to her first hus band Mr Pumphrey from Gen Dawsons residence She was a very handsome and lovable lady a devout member of the Metho dist Church THATS NOTHING It is charged that out in Den ver four men cast 9028 ballots Philadelphia never attempted anything like that =Georgetown TimesShucks Baileys Mill Precinct this county can give that gang cards and spades and then beat them out It cast a year or so ago a vote of 129 when all told livingInAPPOINTED DEPUTY IN COL LECTOR ROBERTS OFFICE Mr Millard F Wood of Catlettf burg has been appointed Deputy Collector in the office of Collector S J Roberts at Lexington to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of Mr kobt A Geers Mr Wood is well known here where he formerly resided and where ho married Miss Trumbo the daughter of the late R M Trumbo Esq- MOTHERS dBE CAREFUL Of the health of vuur children Lookout for Coughs Colds Croupand Whooping Cough Stop them in time One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by J W Gayle IPleasant to take Laxative f Syrup f ftit1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONr y g Ask Your Doctor t And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsj are irritating to the intestines t LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegei r 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 nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO I Glaze Your Windows C f 5- tI J have an immense stock of GLASS1nll Rizes and eun interest you as to price and quantity y FRANK G STAGGi Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 16 loot EASTBOUND WP TRnIlNft No 2 Daily No4IEx Bund Leave AM AMI ESund- A Stations J Mrs INo1AM iPM jJ Ar I Ar II225 745 0 Lexington 1010 605 810 825 20 Winchester 20 928 620 866 9183 Clay City a87 486 406 0233J Stanton 828 401 I485 964 Natural Bridge 449 1008 62 Torrent 62 801I 847 511 1029 70 Beattyville Junction 70 826 016 1180 1JacksOn i 625 283 Trains No 3 and connect at O K Junction with the 08K By for Cannel City and local points on that line Trains No land 2 connect at Beattyvillo Junction with tho L A Uy for Beattyvillo Trains Npa and 8 connect with the O O By at L E Junction for alt Sterling and station- J IB BARR CHARLES SCOTTIGeneral Manger G p A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY INo No M Lvo P M Lye Station A INoII II Jackson 880 1L20 0 L ID25 O K Junction 1126 Wilhurst 417 1162 84SI 162 Hampton 480 1L68 12i Leo City 610 1222 10t17WI 12 Hefochnwn 618 1228 n 105 Onnnel City 545 1245 jNOB and will mnkoTclono connection at O K Junction with Nos and for points on tho LoxlngtonandlEastcrnjRallway M LSCONLEY Superintendent j wan r NEW SPRING STOCK WE WILL HAVE OPEN ON MONDAY OUR NEW SPRING STOCK CONSISTING OF Wool and Silk Dress Goods Embroideries Laces Wash Goods Ginghams Madras Cheviots Hosiery Muslin Underwear Towels Table Linens Napkins I We Will Have in Shortly a Complete Line of the Latest Creations in il I Covert Jackets Agent for 13ut erick Patterns j sLWerJtJN1CI64MS rs l CONTEST OF VAIUEI Students of Thoroughbred Blood Lines Interested in Competition Inaugurated by The Kentucky BreederIt The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder the excellent live stock 11and agricultural journal published at Lexington Ky which has a r habit of doing enterprising things is again attracting national atten tion by a contest it has just in augurated This contest is one of- marked interest to every student lc of thoroughbred breeding It is questionj mares now in America whether native fiOrimported are best suited to be bred to the great imported stal- lionti Meddler the leading winning sire of 1904 w For the three best lists submit ted in answer to this question The BreederIclose Monday March 20 All lists to be eligible must be re ceived by that time The only condition necessary to enter the competition is that the person the list be a subscriber Farmer and 1suhmitting pine person can sub one list The judges who have been re 4quested to serve in this competi j projStud Charlottesville Va Hon 1John Sanford joint owner with andJdam N Y and member cf the New York State Racing Commission 111H Rowe Ossining onHudson N Yone of the d1closest and best informed students f BruceLowe system in America Major Foxhall A Dain gerfield manager of Mr James fl R Keenes Castleton Stud Lex ington and Dr M M Leach the well known Lexington veteri one of the most Iprized of the staffcontributors of The Kentucky Farmer and Breed h1er All these gentlemen have given years of close study to thor ioughbred blood lines all are au thorities on the subject No more competent committee of judges could possibly be secured The various lists submitted are I tobe sent tu The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder addressed to MED DLER CONTEST DEPART competItIOniseveral judges each of whom will be asked to designate in regu Jar order the different lists as in leis opinion they deserve to rank t When the decisions from the out Major9aingerfield two local men on the committee will be asked to determine thel final award from these decisions 1Asthe first prize a piece of plate value of 25 will be given lasthe second a set of books hear 11 ing on thoroughbred breeding to be selected valued at 15 will be bookstI be given The winner may in each instance take tho money if so desires and invest it us he 1hos fit- With the list of mares suhmit each competitor may give the l J 11t aiffl i Walking SkirtsSilk Suits We Respectfully Invite an Inspection CHAS Jw WEITZELThereasons for his selections It is proferred that such reasons be given though a list will not be disqualified if unaccompanied by themThis contest is of course inaug uratedwithout any idea of gain of bnrmerJandstudy of scientific mating prin ciples for thoroughbreds Med dler is chosen because he was easily the leading sire of last year in amount won by his get Dur ing the season of 1904 his progeny earned the enormous total of 220015 nearly 60000 more than stands to the credit of the second stallion on the list and only once surpassed in the history of our turf by the get of one stal lion in one year- FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Florence Easly of Stamp ing Ground was the guest of rinse Daisy Hockensmith last week Since our last report Miss Eliza beth Adkins of Millyille has been the guest Sallie SuterMrs Fannie Holton is very ill at present writing Mrs L 0 South has returned home after a visit to Mrs near Louisville C1U111I Little Harry Coffee been very ill with typhoid pneu monia is much improved Mr Crait Hughes has gone to Arizona with his son Mr Bud HughesMr L Brook Jr left yesterday for Cynthiana where he will spend a week Mr Ernest Smith is ill with rheumatismMiss Harper spent part of the week in Frankfort familyhaveMrs Nellie S Cox has been ill with la grippe She is much bet ter now Miss Sallie Ireland of North guesthereturned home today IMiss Roberta Moore has re turned home from Georgetown Miss Mae Hockensmith is the guest of friends at Georgetown College The Y M C A will give an PartyFebruaryone wishing to contribute a book to the new library at the cottage will be gladly received by the boys They will have music games valentines for each one present and lectures by sonic Frankfort men A KID DESERVED POPULARITY To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonicto the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and suro Their uni versal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by J W Gayle ltl til WONDERFUL The Kentucky and Anniversaryby Valuable Features of Inter esting Paper The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder the highclass live stock and agricultural weekly published at Lexington Ky is receiving the congratulations of the press of the State on its change of form accompanyingpaper The new form is a great improvement It displays to better advantage the many val uable features which the paper always contains makes it more convenient to handle and enables better results typographically in every respect The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder was established only a year ago The showing it has made in that length of time is little short of marvelous It has secured a paidinadvance circula tion of over 13000 at 2 per year and it has obtained national recognition as the best paper of its kind published It is continually improving adding each week some new feature of value and interest Its uturd assuredly seems very bright PUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 546 St Clair Ave Col umbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after begin ning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and in a short time I was entirely cured Guar anteed by all druggists Price 50c WANTED Special representative in this and adjoining territories in con nection with the Wholesale De partment of oldestablished busi ness house of solid financial stand ing Salary 21 weekly with expenses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced position per manent We furnish everything Address THE COLUMBIA 080 Monon Building Chicago Ill 1924t WANTED MEN AND WOMEN In this county and adjoining territories to represent and adver tise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by cheuk direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blow Bros Co Dept 4 Monon lildg Chi cage Ill 1824t Dyspepsia bane of human existence Burdock Blood Bitters cures it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach TreatmontIDr Weavers Syrup for tho blood Cerato for skin eruptions i hiJ Jtt u1tt Pt Coats and Skirts I and go Time brings many changes but the old reliable iE M still stands as the leader of all fine flours Sold only by Grocers C mean r twmill c BET- WEENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION fTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P AI Cor 4th and Market Sts IiOUlaYfiJ SALESMEN WANTEDThrees- alesmen for our new County Township and Railroad Survey of Kentucky j counties and towns fully indexed j all railroads shown and distances between all towns on same plainly marked A splendid opportunity for energetic men Rand Me Nally Co Chicago Ill 1m CHANGE OF TIME OF TRAINS NOS 9 AND 10QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE On and after January 9th trains Nos 9 and 10 will run daily ex cept Sunday They now run daily tf OA xw onrA BII1at rtd Dr J S Collins DENTIST KyIKodol Dyspepsia Cue Digests what you eat r r i j i Successor to Weitzel C ODonnell I I a DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron By tht Magnificent Steamers of Leaving foot of Madison Street at 015 A after arrival of morning trains Returning arrive Week rSundays goo Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip Jia Excursion to Detroit and return Week Day 4 Sundays 750 To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only zoo meals and berth extra Special Rate to SoctttitJ Close connections at Detroit with steamers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or TrMgr WH GOLDENOfAPJL 9 ILADIES WANTED l A bright Energetic Woman womans work Permanent tion Oldestablished business IJhouse of solid financial 4Salaryrect from headquarters Expenses advanced Ve furnish everything Address Secretary 630 Monon Block Chicago Ill 1924t 1DoWltts 8S9 Salva For Piles Burns Sores Queen and- Crescentt I Shortest Route AN- DQuickest BETWEEN Schedule 11 i GEORGETOWN fm CINCINNATI 3SE2 4 CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORTfNEV Write iTEXASIi T P A I 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky i 1j f r I 2 GREATEST BARGAINr tr t It t b Arv i l f f tl k SALE ON REORDT l l t x t III 1 f In order to make room for our SPRING STOCK which will arrivey t soon I have decided to cut prices in all departments consisting of Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Hats Caps Carpets Floor and Table Oil j i Cloths Mattings Trunks Valises and Suit Cases Our customers Wint t fully what great bargains this means to them money ftapprecIate you buy This sale will unmistakably surpass all pret1 Prices will tell I will mention only a few items em f rbraced in this sale An elegant line of Hamburgs and Laces from 2 to Ji- tc Jloc yd worth from 6 to 2oc Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes ofaf kinds and styles at greatly reduced prices Ladies Cloaks and ii i Skirts at less than cost Mens Overcoats at half price We also have j some wonderful bargains in Mens Boys and Childrens Suits t t Ladles fleece 25c shirts at 17c Ladles fleece 25c drawers at 17c Misses 35c union suits at 19c Childrens 25c union suits at 17c Misses 25c shirts at 13c Infants vests at 5c 4Ladies GOc wool skirts at 39c Ladies 90c wool skirts at GOc Ladles 25c and 35c outing skirts at 19eSj-S 25c fascinators all colors at 17c 1 lot fascinators from 5c to 16c 50c fascinators extra large at 37c 19cMissesMisses and Childrens extra good hose at ScFOne lot corsets worth 25c and Sue now 15c t One lot 75c and 100 corsets now 35c Ladles black saline underskirts plaits and ruffles nicely made up s now 49c G9c and 9Sc worth from 75c to 150 One lot Clarks thread at 3c a spool Good pins three papers for 5c Best brass pins at 4c per paper t Sansilk and Lustre at i 4c a spool One lot dark calicos at 3 12c a yard Any of our best calicos Simpsons and Americans at 4c a yard Comfort calicos beautiful patterns at 4 l2c a yard One lot apron gingham at 4c a yard One lot 12c apron gingham at v 5c a yard Good quality bleached cotton at Gc a yard Better grades of cotton in proportion F Heavy brown cotton yard wide at 5c a yard One lot dark outing flannel at 4c a yard plBest quality of dress ginghams worth 8 13c and lOco now go at Gc and 7 12c a yard One lot light outing flannel at 4 12c a yard a All 10c outing flannel and flannelettes at 7 12c a yardr i KJOneBest grades of heavy shirtings fromGc to 7 l2c a yard II Blankets and comforts at half pucei 1JOne lot of carpets to close worth 35c and 40c now go at 25c t Now is the best time to buy a carpet j l Ii Also rugs at a very low pricey J ll r BOYS AND MENS SWEATERS f E We have these in all grades and you will have to see them to appre iciate the bargains we are i All of our mens GOc fleece shirts and drawers now go at 38c t One lot mens 25c working shirts now go at 1Sc One lot mens laundried shirts worth 50c now go at 35c J f One lot white unlaundried shirts worth 50c and 75c now go at 35c Iir One lot mens 100 shirts now go at G5c 5Sc 1 faAllAll of our mens fine shoes 350 100 and 500 reduced from 50c to t 100 a pair Lots of odds and ends sold for less than cost price y r Our first class hats including J B Stetson at reduced rates 4 rr Remember you can buy any thing in our line at greatly reduced jli prices in this sale II Mens odd pants in great variety to close out at 50c 75c 100 125 150 and 200 which are worth double the money tiIOne lot mens rubber coats and mackintoshes at your own price and a thousand other things which would be impossible to mention i i To appreciate the great values we are giving you will have to call and see for r yourself and be convinced No trouble to show goods whether you buy or not We have one lot of mens heavy blue mixed sox this sale at 7c per pair I Attention barbers and saloon keepers We have to close out several lots oftiI white and fancy coats and vests with sleeves Entire stock of Mens Furnish ings at reduced prices Remember this sale commences at once and continues i until the last day of this month and not a day longer Remember place and namejLtteV i j FERD JACOBS1t i 1 218 St Clair StNext to Deposit Bank ji KENTUCKY FRANKFORTiSk SwfffiB 1 V wz 5A M U F it llVLan1n10th J1earaiiee Ea1eI the 14th This advertisement contains but a few of the I TABLE LINEN l fide for 72 inch Table Linen wortt f for 72 inch Table Linen wort = 100 4I TOWELS 7jo for Hnck Towels worth lOo 24ett lGc for Huck Ton els worth LOc 40 yd heat Calico yd four quarter Brown Cotton yd four quarter Bleach Cotton 1lieyd Apron Gingham JOHNSON CO MAIN STREET 1r1e Cao RELIGI03 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams tho pastor will r preach at 11 a tn and 7HU pom At 3 oclock p in there will ho a union service addressed by Prof Taylorr at 945 a m in tho Home Department nnd Bible Class Taught bj S E Hutton SuperintoiidRiit Adults and stran IP gels invited to join Barraoa Bible Class at 94fi taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 680 p in i LeaderJohn Will Hoge rTopic Christian Progress Wednesday night ichapelk invited Seats free t1 Liff tor Sunday February 12 i 980 Sundayschool t 1180 Morning Prayer and Sor won 780 Evening Prayer IWudnpsdny Meeting Friday at 750 nt 780 are all open to the i publicr NOTIONS lo for Hair Pine 2c for R Cotton Tape 3c for Clarkn Spool Cotton 4o for card Safety Pins lo for Fonthcr Stitched Braid fin for Talcum Powder 4o for Good Soap lOc for Good Dress Shields fie dozen for Penrl Buttons Co doz for Rubber Dressing Combs Hnnducrnhidfs from 4o up Stocks nnd Turnovers from 7o np CHRISTIAN CHURCH Roy C R Hudson the pastor proauh at 11 a m and 780 p m- HUlJdnHuhoul at 980 n m in Endeavor Society will meet in tne chapel at 645 p Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel 1ho Junior Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 3 oclock in the Everybody invited ISOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p mIYoung Peoples Society at 680 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p u- rEverybotiy invited to CATHOLIC CHURCH Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oclock High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN McCloskeyBlaynevpreach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 645 p m BIG JANUARY SALE OF I READYTOWEAR MENTS IJADIESI Ladies Gowns assortment equalled for quality and style 3c up Ladies Drawers every pair well upLadiesfull and liberal measurements Silo up t Cornet Covers excellent material and good fit 80 up CLEAN UP OF KNIT Ifio for Vests worth 2fip Ifio for Drawers worth Lfic Bfic for Vests worth fiOo 8fio for Drawers worth fido for Union Suits worth 7fie KY All the young people are invind- Prayermeeting at 730 Wednesday nightI The public cordially attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 045 a in Junior at 8 p m mI night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited at tend WANTED ITen men in State to travel tacksigns and distribute samples and circulars of our goods Sal dayforKUHLMAN CO OhicngoICANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized tu announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party EJec- tion November 20te GREAT SALE OF SILKS Our reputation as leaders in this line makes it almost unnecceppary for H to nay anything except to extend in invitation for you to come and buy he best grades at the least possible prices 480 for Silks worth jOe fiJo for Silks worth The 5c for Silks worth 85c IOrepe r COLORED DRESS GOODS CLEARANCE 35o for Dress Goods worth boo 4fic for Dress Goods worth 69c for Dress Goods worth 7fe The fdr Dress Goods worth BLACK DRESS GOODS Unusual stock in this depnrtmentIsuitable for Separate Skirts Tailor Gowns and House Dresses jr if ff S D FRANKFORT 11 nttendI Rev is 11 League to each as 1905 Sprin Coats We are showing neat styles in early Spring Jackets with f prices within reach of everyone We have the best variety of Dress Silks in the city prices a little lower than goods are sold anywhere else Lengthsfor h prices We carry best goods J F T HEENEY cfii rI fJ IJ11t I DISSOLUTION = SALET On cccount of tle death of Capt W T Havens who was a member of the firm of Collins lInens a dissolution sale will take place in which their entire stock of Hardware will be sold sale to begin 8 1 T AND TO CONTINUE 1 ft1 111 a 71t FOR THIRTY DAYS t I TERMS STRICTLY CASH t The stock of g ods consists of a general line of Hardware such as Builders Hardware Carpenters Tools JItBJokFmiths Tools Saddlery Hardware Stoves in fact everything to be found in a firstclass hardware store Iy mss i 1 t In addition we have farm implements of all kinds such as Tornado Disc Hart TOWS Steel Land Rollers A Harrows Malta Double Shovel Plows Syracuse Hill Itside Plows Twohorse Corn Planters Steel Roofing Iron and Steel Tarred Roofing Paints and Oils Onehorse Corn Planters Malta Cultivators Vul r can Plows Steel Plows Seed Drills Glass Surreys and Buggies Guns and Am L munition Sporting Goods r v A full line of Buggy Harness and Plow Gear as follows Breeching Buggy and f Surrey Harness Harness Back Bands Cotton Rope Lap Robes Horse Collars 1 Trace Chains Manilla Rope Horse Blankets A full line of Wagon Materialasuch as Rimy E pokes Buggy Shatts These are a few of the items contained in stockour Allt persons indebted to the firm of Collins Havens are requested to make settlement of once t 5 WONDERFUL TUBES MOVING PIC pictiwavering kind that hurt the eyes and make one wish that somebody or other had not been such a great y inventor They run as smoothly as a whistle and Mr Howes op experiencetI t their machines that the men and animals shown really move as r they would in lifenot like frogs as they usually do in representa tions of this kind Johnstown people know this from several previous exhibitions by Mr Howe Thats why they turned out in I such good force at the Cambria Theatre last evening It would be quite impossible to imagine how the films for some of the pictures shown last evening were obtained and probably very few persons in the audience tried They just sat and wondered and Ifenjoyed then applauded long One picture that t pleased them partioualrly was the rescue bva lifesaving crew of two- mnriners lashed to the mast of a stranded vessel The whole process of scientific lifesaving as practiced along the coast of every civilized country was shown from grnphicallyasif the Cambria stage First the wreck was sighted by the lookout at the station then came the wonderfully exciting scene of the launching of the big lifeboat through a thundering surf then every incident of the battle between the waves and oars until the stranded ship was reached after that the rescue itself and last of all the jollification on the beach at the safe return of the byrpicture There was one whichR showed all the operations in the making of a newspaper from the reporterIsheet the streetby newsboys on Another entitled Beautiful f Italy carried the spectator in a gondola through the canals of Venice thence through the streets l of Rome to the cable line which carries visitors up the side of Mt Vesuvius These were the longer pictures but they made up only a small port of the performance There were representations of actual incidents in the RussoJap anese war scones from the St Louis Exposition and a host of other interesting sights not tot mention the comic and trick pic j Hires which were turned on at intervals for the sake ot a laugh Johnstown Pa Tribune Janu ary 5 05 At Capital Theatre Wednesday February 15- FIENDISHt SUFFERING JI Is often cauped by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Vm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Buck leus Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at all druggists GuaranteedSTATE CONVENTION k For the third time in the history of the iork of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associa j tions there will be held in con nection with the Annual State Convention at Owensboro Febru ary 1019 a Conference for the Womens Committees of the Asso ciations of the State The Con ference will be held in the Assem bly Hall of the Association Build ing on Friday afternoon at 880 and will be presided over by Miss LexingtonyMrs Leo Riker of Harrodsburg an informal discussion following each topic The Owensboro Womens Com doeof one und onethird fare has been granted by all of the railroads of the State There are splendid indications for a strong and representative Conference r r OuoMiuuteCoughCureFor i L C Jjj STAMPING GROUND The weather the weather Did anybody ever see such Is the question being asked by every body veryfeebleOn account of the long cold spell eggs have advanced to 28 cents in our village Mrs Maggie Jones is still a very sick woman March 1st Mr 0 N Jameson housekeepingin Adams Mr Bert Watt has gone to Texas with a view of locating should ho find things to suit his mind PoultryYardsbusiness this season They sent out fifty Bronze turkeys a lot of Barred Plymouth Rock chickens and other fowls Messrs Palmer Sinkhorn the Long Lick Merchants have started out a two horse huckster wagon to buy up country produce etc It is in charge of jolly Tom Wright Tom will please the farmers wives rest assuredIA lot of miserable curs raided the flock of sheep of Mr B Stone near Miltown and killed thirty crippledOhnuisances as these dogs are Mr Cyrus T Duvall has sold ngofromW Jameson at 50 per acre There are about ninety acres in placeMr T Duvall has purchased the interest of Mr Q A Jameson in the store of Jameson Bros Co We welcome Mr Duvall back into his old business UNO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN On the American stage is Max ine Elliott At the Buffalo Ex position in 1901 she was awarded first prize as the most beautiful woman in the western hemis phere The Brown Shoe Co of St Louis have just issued an ex quisite picture of this popular actress It is 86 inches long by 22 inches wide and made in six teen colors One of them will be mailed to each of their customers about February 15th The pic ture can be secured by others for 15 cents by buying a pair of this firms celebrated White House Shoes sold by all dealers for men and women or it will be sent to any address on receipt of 50 cents also one without any adver tising whoever on it on receipt of 100Address Department A The Brown Shoe Co St Louis U S A No one would ever be bothered withconstipation if everyone quicklyBurdock the stomach and bowels WILL HAVE TO ANSWER BEFORE COURT OF APPEALS Commonwealths Attorney John R Allen of Fayette county made a motion on Wednesday in the Court of Appeals for an order re quiring Magistrate Edwards the Hargises Callahan Frenchand others to appear in that court and make duo answer to the pro ceedings looking to their trial in Fayette county on the conspiracy charges The court took the motion under advisement and that after noon awarded the writ so these redoubtable feudists will have to report hero- Deputy T M Phythian left that night to serve the papers in Breathitt county- Everybodys liable to itching piles Rich and poor old sand youngterrible the torture they suffer Only one sure cure Doans Ointment Absolutely safe cant fail I j 1J v AK yii J Iti m CALLED OFF In our last issue we announced that the Junior Auxiliary Society of Ascension Church would give a Valentine Party tonight at tho Parish House We are requested now to announce that the entertainment has been called off for the present BADLY HURT While Mr Henry Burekhardt the butcher was coming up from his cold storage place on Main street on Monday night he was run into by a sleigh driven by Mr L C Norman Jr and thrown some ten or fifteen feet bruising considerablyHo A HARD STRUGGLE Many a Frankfort Citizen Finds the Struggle Hard With a back constantly aching With distressing urinary disor dersDaily existence is but a strug gleNo need to keep it up Doan 8 Kidney Pills will cure youFrankfort people endorse this claimMrs Mollie E Callis of 574 Holmes St wife of W H Callis foreman at the Frankfort Chair Qos Works says I have the KidneyPillsme untold relief I had backache for years It was not severe at all times but when an attack occurred especially if I over exerted myself in any way aggra vation of the aching was sure to follow A positive proof of some disturbed action of the kidneys was trouble with the kidney secre tions I tried various remedies but found nothing that did me any permanent good Reading an advertisement in our local papers about Doans Kidney Pills it occurred to me that they might at least give some relief Acting Ion this thought I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box Their use proved that what people said about Doans Kidney PiUs was nothing short of the truth The pain and aching in my back ceased and the trouble with the kidney secretions was corrected I thoroughly believe that any preparation which acts up to the representations made for it like Doans Kidnny Pills can not bo too well known For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Frankfort GiuCinoati RU The Midland Route Local Time Table III Effect January 11 1904 PAliA Ml DAILY EXCEPT A M PM Nosa No82 SUNDAY No81 Not3 2U Lv D Frankfort Ar 125 720 2117 Summit 117 00 Elkhorn 1111 219 Switzer llOS 53 229 7 22II Stamping Ground KISS 6 4- 8Y6 R29 HH6 641 2 Johnson 6 Georgetown 6 26l 65 C S 80 6 2 8 p5 Newtown 954 607 707 S38 Centerville 9 6 811 817 Elizabeth 9 46 55 8 20821I f Paris Junctn I 982 5 SW Arl Paris f Lv 1mo 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q AC KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN MIPMI28 25 47Lv Georgetown Ari 6 6 Ur Cincinnati 8001 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P5i PM 1200Lv Frankforv Ar 720 b 30 Lv Georgetown 1 g m 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 12 Georgetown Frankfort Aill 25AI720P 8 OOPI6 lIAIL Purls 542P 0 Winchester L 17 09A 245P 8 A Mnybvillo L 45A 115P A 502P 20P12 5IPA 20A 55P CincinnatiLIA SIP GKO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON P run Hnd Genl Bpi H P A CASTOBABeara theihaSignature of Ii it PUBLICSLEStock chen Furniturewill be sold at Public Auction Feb 1605 Naar Farmdale on the Frankfort and Lawrenceburg Pike at my place formerly known as the OLD TOM FARMER PLACE Lot of odds and ends 2 Twohorse Plows 2 Garden Plows 2 Cultivators 1 Double A and 8 Common A Harrows 1 Disk Harrow good as new 1 Wheat Drill 1 Osborn Binder 1 McCormick Mower 1 Osborn Hay Rake 1 Wheat Fan 1 Cradle 8 Brier Scythes Pitch Forks Quarry Tools 2 Cross Cut Saws Axes Hole Diggers 8 Hand Corn Planters Log Wagon and Chains 2 Pond Scrapers 2 Onehorse Carts Feed Slide and several sets of Plough Gear 3 Saddles 1 Buggy and Harness 10 Twoyearold Steers 10 Yearling Steers Several Heifers 8 Cows 12 Calves weanlings 10 Fat Hogs 80 Nice Young Hogs 25 Brood Sows including a number of very fine Gilts bred to a thoroughbred Poland China Boar 1 Horse 8 Mules 1 Buggy Mare 1 Colt 1 Fouryearold Bay Stallion by Highland Denmark first dam by Washington 20 Stacks Timothy Hay 200 barrel ss Extra Seed Corn White and Yellow 50 barrels Corn Hay OatsFodder Sorghum 25 Pure Bronze Turkeys hens and gobblers suitable to raise from 75 Chickens 10 Guineas article offered will be sold without reserve All sums under 10 cash over 10 a credit ofsix months without interest note to be made negotiable and payable in bank with approved security Sale will begin at 10 oclock sharp An oldfashioned hurgoo prepared by Gus Jaubert the only article roan that can make the genuine J4P HOSTETTER 218t- A TOUCHING STORY Is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cum berland Md He writesBAt the ago of 11 months our little girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We wereII almost in despair when solved to try Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to re lieve and cure a cough or cold At all druggists 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS Wo wishto state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or warehouse companyWe a Strictly Independent Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO Prop Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 241 m r SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LoniflLonJsville Lines lI TIME TABLE r Corrected to June 251901 Jji Louisville Division No I No5 No nm pm pm c tAILnwrcncoburc O5Ii 620 985 612 964 Lexington 1045 ilO 1020 Ii I PGoorgotownNo4 No2 No6 Amp m a m f 71DArLexinuton 605 445 769 Versnlllcs 625 512 755 Lnwrencplmrg 648 540 82fl mbyvlllo 720 R2lI 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run eolitl between Louisville andYLexington Also on trains Nos 5 and Through Obser tvation chair car between Louisville HArrods fTrainSouth and arriving 750 from the South through 1 cars from and to xTrain f ing Louisville 740 a m Through car9v i between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Lou1ISt Louis Division 4No4 JArI Princeton 100 pm 145 amSt Louis 080 p in 782a m No 8 Nol Lv St Louis iAr Princeton pmlv8pI Huntingburg 255 pm 425 am545 p m 710 am NoIO No 22tLv Louisville 600 pm amAr Huntingburg 850 p m 11145 amI Evansville 1025 pm pm No 9 No l2 Lv Evansville 780 a p ir Ar Huntincburg 908 a m1115 p m Ar Joui lle 1159 a Trains Nos Sand run solid Louisville and St Louis Trains pmJNos 9 and run solid between ville and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and Through class Coaches between Evansville Louis ville Day trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis t carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet applytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GBAllenG Caleb Powers The most pathetic figure in the criminal history of our times arrested five years ago charged with the murder of Senator Goebel of Kentucky t convicted sentenced to be hanged now in the Louis vine jail awaiting a new trial Tells His Own Story- The conditions existing be fore the tragedy Where he himself was when Goebel was shot How the web tightened about him Why he tried to escape The strongest card played by the prosecution His arrest imprisonment etc The chief actor in the grent Kentucky tragedy writes his j story exclusively for The Reader Magazine IIWANTED 100000 ty MINI and M C SKUNKiAnd other raw Pure at A ldreHsJiInternational224m Cincinnati 0 f CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con ditions in tho euro of consumption ilis very much The poor patient and tho rich patient too can do much hotter at homo by propor attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman Syrup JSIr EQ Is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of tho consumptive can takingGerman y Ilarly Should you ho able to go to a warmer clinic you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thoro tho few who are benefited land regain strength aro those that use Gorman Syrup Trial hottle 25c regular size 7Go A tall drug gists yrli t