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I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTr r GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETYNEWS TERMS 100 In AdVlncei W VOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB IB I90b NO 24 I OUR SHELVES ARE LOADED WITH- BEAUTIFUL WASH GOODS ofhavingThe secret is that we buy them far in advance of the season just after they leave the looms therefore weH before I p New Spring Ginghams Our Ginghams were never so beautiful and our stocknever so large as this season Wehavo newFrenchT Linen Zephyrs These are excellent wash materials for Shirt Waists Shirt Waist Suits and Childrens Dresses Wei12 Shades also in pretty Stripes and Cluck These are worth 16c per yard our price per yard 12c- Mercerized White GoodsiFor Shirt Waists ai d Shirt Waist SuitsIOur White Goods Department has a powerful magnet to this store Never before have we shown such values as this season The LOW PRICES ARE THE ATTRACTION Beautiful patterns with stripes and figures well oPrettyour price per yard only 10o Extremely beautiful patterns well worth 35c and 40c per yard our price per yard 3Oc White Linensit 34 in wide White Linen for Shirt Waists and l Suits special price per yard 2oall in wide White Linen a bargain at 3O36 in wipe White Linen extra quality GOo- f yd361n yd Mercerized Linens Anew fabric all linen in Blne White and t Green a beautiful cloth per yard only COo Special values in English Nainsook Cambrics and Bleached Cotton Visit our store whether you buy or not and we will take pleasure in showing our goods C KAGIN BRO 41 43 8t Clair Street at Bridge DEATH OF MAJ WM E BRADLEY This whole community wars spooked on Thursday morning when the news flew from man to Brndloyhadmorning Bradley was a veteran of the Civil war having served as Major in a New York Regiment of cityinthe New York stockholders of the corporationHeman a splendid business men and fir stclass chemist He was Treasurer of that cor poration at the time of his death as well as Assistant Treasurer of hisIbrother Mr Edson Bradley of N EMajorous and thoughtful gentleman rather reserved in his manners but honored by all who know him intimately for his upright life and integrity of character He had been twice married Maj Bradleys health has been poor for some time until recently when it commenced to improve and he remarked only a few hours before his death that was feeling better than he had a long time forI He had attended the ment at the Opera House Wed nesdny evening returning home about 11 oclock with his wife jj1Heofa blood vessel on the brain about 12 m and died in about twenty minutes Dr E E Hume his attending physician only arriving about ten minutes nMajoreconomy had accumulated con tHeMary Hawkins and two sons to mourn his untimely end The will take place this afternoon at oclock from the family residence services being McCluskyfamily lot in our cemetery KENTUCKY WESLEYAN UN I VERSITY BURNED The Kentucky Wesleyan Un versity located nt Winchester was totally destroyed by fro involvingloss onI only 25000 insurance Shortly after the classes were called to order that morning the building took fire from the furnace in the basement A portion of the library an some of the fixtures were saved by the students The fire plugs were found up and thus the firemen hero d laved until the flames became unmanageableThis had just gotten upon a firm foundation and w doing good work under its ab president Rev Dr J L Webe- Many students left for the homes soon after the fire It is believed that the College possibleLATER e d and class work resumed POORLY OBSERVED Tho Valentino Day observaa was hut slim Few were sent through the mails and it seems as though this oldtime day for fun if not of sentiment of a ten derer character has almost be come obsolete No one would over be bothered withconstipation if everyone quicklyBurdook the stomach and bowels r Yl JIt 18rltr- RUNAWAY While the driver of Mr J M deliveringing in front of the Courthouse team took fright and ran downSj Clair and across the bridge to the corner of and Second stItelephone pole tearing the wagon up and spilling the milk and milk cans all over the street the horses going up Second street until they we capturedWhat the team is a gentleUNNECESSARY SCARE About 580 oclock on Tuesday wEpiscopalpipe had burst causing a panic during which the alarm was turned in There was but ddentTEARING DOWN OLDEST HOUSE IN CITY purchnsedthe resiIand will build a house to accommodate his marble works It will be remembered that this house was duly decorated at the of the celebration of Frank orts centennial as the oldest house in the city POSTPONED The Democratic County Com of this county met on nes ny for the purpose of con sidering the LucasBridges con over the nomination for the countyAftermeeting adjourned until Satur day February 25 t is saved every year by having Thomas Electric in the house just when it is needed Cures croup heals burns cuts wounds of every sort STILL ALARM morningi to a onIa set e flooring under a hearth It was soon extinguished and with only nominal loss PROPERTYaMessrs R Rogers C Sons ha purchased the very desirable Set Branch Bank and will in thoI near future erect a handsome storeroom for the accommodation busreitCaIISaTIU CURES Tho Influence of climatic con consumptionis llltienttooproper attention to food digestion SyruFree Syruceps 10 absence of that weakening cough Rostlessto coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive tallGerman n larly Should you be able to go to A warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited And regain strength are those that boltesg gists yr j l Ij 1 ki ir SATURDAY NIGHTS FIRE Shortly after 9 oclock on Sat urday night an alarm from box 15 called the department to the residence of Mr Guy H Briggs corner Shelby and Fourth Ave uglyblazeory room The fire was quickly gotten under control but not until dam aged to the extent of about 1000 was done Mr Briggs and his family were in Lexington and the house was in charge of a colored youth who made up a big fire in his room and came over in the city when it is supposed that the partition was set lire to by the heat A number of the friends of Mr Brigs took charge of affairs and a removed the articles of value that ere likely to be damaged to the sidence of near neighbors and bulkier articles were covered with tarpaulins to protect them from water The most uf the damage one was by the water necessarily upon the fire APPOINTED CEMETERY KEEPER Franklin Moore was ap dointed keeper of the Green Hill r Cemetery by County Judge J H Polsgrove and Mayor Darnell on Saturday to succeed Mr Henry C J Crumbaugh SPLENDID ADDRESS iProf H KTnvlor Assistant JSnloonday night and on Sunday afterJnoon delivered an address to a lfine croyd at the First Baptist the interest of his or ganization Prof Taylor is a forceful and eloquent speaker and made u pow erful appeal for the restriction and curtailment of the saloon power He gave facts and statistics to show the awful amount of damage and ruin wrought by the saloon and its kindred vices profoundimpression large audience present consider ing the inclement weatherISATURDAY MORNINGS FIRE At 1285 on Saturday morning an alarm called the fire boys to the Blue Grass Grocery where some coal falling from the grate jin the law office of Col Jas A Scott and Mr W C Marshall had burned its way through the floor into the store be nenthtextinguishedbut tI badly damaged by the necessarily thrown to blazeut office and waterI 1000 damagedThe about J TO HOLD MEETING HERE ti It will be good news to thoselwho desire to hear good preaching and the progress of the cause of Christianity when it is announced that Rev Preston Blake D D pastor of the First Baptist Church Lexington will assist Rev M B Adams 1trnctcdthat church in the near future Dr Blake is n strong preacher without anything of the Honsa tioun list arenblood purifier nn ermifiige They are not food b puthorse2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gaylet J Jt L PER50HAL Miss Orn Scottow spoilt Saturday o and Sunday in Louisville Miss Anne Church of Louisville visited relatives hero this week r Capt R A Burton of Shelby ville was in tliocity on Tuesday Col Chas M Lewis ofshalby ville was in the city Tuesday Mr Too LoCompto of Lexington was hero on Tuesday on business Mr E H Trabuo of Louisville vas hero on Monthly Miss Mary folio Taylor visited friends in Louisville this week i Col Geo G Fotter of Louisville was here Thursday Judge Jos E Robbing of May nard was here on Thursday County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was hero Monday Miss May Cromwell of Jotts who has been the guest of Mrs Win Cromwoll has returned home Mr D J MiNamara attended the meeting of the Grand Directors Y M r in Louisville Sunday Mr Frank H Johnson and family left Monday for their future l borne in Louisville Mr Frank Hoeney left Wednes day for Now York City to purchase the spring stool for his store Mr Harry Todd Crittenden of Ueattyvilln was the guest of his mother hero tills week Rovdthis family Mr Theodore Samuels visited friends in Eminence Saturday and i Sunday Miss Janie Dohoney visited her cousin Mrs Tke Parrish at Mid way this week Hon D L Thornton of Ver saillos was in the city on Tuesday on legal business Mr Richard Godson of Midway was in the city on legal business Tuesday Miss lInr Kith Miles was the guest of friends in Louisville this week Miss Lena Lanirhlin of Lexing ton was the guost of Mrs C E Collins this week Miss C F Rozelle of Lexington Who has been the guest of Miss Emma Payne has returned home Mrs C M Hanna of Shelby ville was the guest of Mrs W T Reading on Tuesday Mr Craik Jackson of Cincin nati 0 has removed to Dixon Springs Tenn to reside President J K Patterson of State College Lexington was here on Monday Genevieve OHara who is lIiss school in Lexington was on Sunday Col Jns MoAulitYe visited his mother and sister in Lexington Sunday Mr W H Watts wont to Paris PrueProf H K Taylor of tlio Luuis Training School spent Sunday in this city Mr Geo W Lewis of Louisville Sunday hero this guest of his ester Miss Margaret A Lewis Mrs J JJ Lewis of Versailles visited Mr John P Hanley and wife Shelby street this week Miss Nannie Hammond has re turned from a visit to relatives at Smithfield Miss Polio Brown of Smith field is the guest of Miss Nannie Hammond Taylor Avenue j Mr Chas H Rodes of Danville attended the Court of Appeals this week Mr R R Wilson and family left yesterday for Falmouth for a visit to relatives Mr O R Crutnher of Lexington was the guest of relatives here TuesdayMr W Ayres of Pinpvillo was in the city in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Miss Pattie Williams visited rela Lives in New Albany Ind this weekMrs Udolpho Snood of Louis ville was called her by the death of Maj W E Bradley Col Clarence E Woods of Riol anoml editor of the Delta of Sigma Nu was in the city on Thursday Miss Edith Shlvily of Cincinnati Soho ban neon the guest of Mrs Sallie Robinson Thomas has re i turned homo Mrs John G South has returned from a visit to her parents Gov W O Bradley and wife in Louis villeSecretary Paul Swain Mr Walter Jetiers and oIl J T Buford at tended the Y M C A Convention at Owonsboro this week Mrs John C Hawkins of Camp bellHagerman College Lexington after a visit here has returned to LexingtonDr Reynolds and wife at tended the funeral of his sister Miss Mary Reynolds in Bagdad Thursday dr Mr Paul went to St Louis Mo Monday to attend the wedding of his cousin Mr Luoion Harris Miss Florence Caplinger of Lou oIprl1ousC Bacon Judge 1 H Llnsley U S Die trict Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky was hero Tues day Mrs Sara Mynhier of Mt Ster ling who has been the guest of Mrs W T Havens has returned home Mr Alex T Lewis of Kentucky spoiltSaturdayguest of his father Mr J B Lewis Miss Magcio Bell of Elizabeth iown who has been the guest of Miss Lucite Samuels has homo IeturncdIRev John H Burdir Edon was the guest if Mrs Margaret Sohlossor and Saturday- Dr H B Times and wife of Render wore called horn by the death of Mrs Tunes mother Mrs Thos H Bedford Judges H L Barker J P Hob son and W E Settle attended the banq et of the Louisville Bar Asso ciation Thursday night Miss Hattie Scott entertained at cards on Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Thos H Hall Quite a large number were in attendance Capt McHonry Richardson of Monde county who has been the guest of his wifes parents Mr J M Case and wife has returned homeMiss Bernice Scottow who is attending the School of PJiotog riphy at McMinnville Tonn is visitintr her parents Mr W J Scotto and wife South Side Miss Emily Thomas was called home from a visit to her brother Mr L A Thomas Jr at Au gusta Ga by the illness of her motherMiss Sarah Wallace Smith enter tamed the Woman Club with a most delightful lecture on the City of London Monday at 3 oclock in the Club rooms of her own designs showing the histor ical places were used as illustra tions and appreciated by a large audience Her wide and thorough acquaintance with this subject added grehtly to her reputation as- a student of general history Her friends are anxious that slue repeat this lecture for the benefit of sev eral members who were absent IN COMMISSION AGAIN Capt J M Shedd and Pilot Mike Pryor with a full crew arrived hero on Thursday and tookcharge of the U S Govern ment Steamer Gen 0 M Poe which has been lying idle here fo several months BENEFIT FOR KINGS DAUGHTERS 110SIPITAL FUND The Senior Class of the Frank fort High School assisted by other pupils of the School will give a benefit to the Kings Daugh ters nt the Opera House on the evening of March The entertainment will bo n musical version of the familiar fairy legend Cinderella It has been written and arranged for the various members taking part The entire proceeJs will be donated ns n class memorial to Kings Daughter Tickets will be placed on solo at an early date and seats pray bo reserved without extra charge several days proceeding March 8 242t QeWitts Early RisersLittleho famous little pUs TRACK LAYING BEGUN The Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co are laying the track from the L N yards on the West Side to the intersection with the main line at Second and Bridge THAT TICKLING IN THE THROAT Ono minute after taking One ticklinginthe throat not the stomach Harmless good for children A L Spofford postmaster at Ches ter Mich snysI Our little girl wits unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and tetrible attack of croup Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedily cured her I CoughCuredone in our family It always gives relief Sold by J W Gayle lIispoiled i1 Irir Lft1 S lOU 1i1HD u r E N qs WITH frmL o9 rtmIf 1 FOR 111HwryCmmUlt1PTION Surest and Quickens lure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB or MONEY BAOK 1LES W WM r r Sickroom iGoods i 4tjnothingii r sickroom goons but what C we carry These are the stores that always have no mutter whether it is some aidIM crease the comfort of the W sick or lessen the labors or lthe attendant A m n n g the items carried are W Ice Bags- Medicine Droppers 1 Bed Pans- Disinfectants Sick FeederssSyringes WMSterilizers Atomizers M Deodorants DustinK Powders e Fever Thermometers WMedicine Glasses- Hypodermic Syringes iW They am all of proper W quality and are sold at the uniformly low prices that mark our dealings through out y Tho Gayle Drna Storos a B 7Maadtrlli U rMOTHERS BE CAREFUL Of the health of our children Lookout for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in timeOne Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by T W Gnylb Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are- all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes stomachKodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to the Weak Bottles only 100 Size holding 2K times the trial aUe which sells for Prepared by B C DeWitt Chicago For saie by J W Gayle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR 1 f i The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has IJccnIin use for over 30 years has bore the signature ofjand has been made under sonal supervision since its infancyIAllow no one to deceive you in tills L WExperimentsInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA is L Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil areie gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind f Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleepejThe Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of t y The Kind You Have Always Boughfr1if In Use For Over 30 Years x ClT CITYylITHe mi The confident feeling that your dinner is perfectly correct in its appointments realized if you have a service of 1835 tableIWallace Silver Plate Mrs Rorers illustrated book How to is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call 1 I MA SELI3ERT t BIRTHS WHITEHEAD In this citv- on Tuesday to Mr Chas Vhite- head and wifeu daughter BRtGGS In Lexington on Saturday to Mr Guy H Briggs and wifen son 1TOOMBSIn this city on Sun T drubs and wife GALLANT SOLDIER AND SU PERB WRITER PASSES AWAY IGen Lewis Wallace the gallant BenIhis homo in Crawfordsville Ind on Wcdnosday evening His health has been poor for two years laud the sad event was not un looked for He left a wife undone son 7l genuineLaxativethe remedy that ctjreu u cold ia eae flay GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of value to If your stom JDspepsiuyou eat and gives the stomach a 5lrest enabling it to recuperate tn1con new life and grow strongtagain Kodol cures sour stem i t IInr JWSheit for her constantly but of f f course she only takes it now when I f anything disagrees with her Sold by J 1V GaylePKWANTEDTrustworthy man or woman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory or well established house of solid financial standing 20 straight cash fjsalary with nil necessary expenses paid weekly by cheek from head quarters Money advanced for exIipenses Position permanent pre 9 tinvestmenteverything Enclose selfaddressed envelope Address Manager 810 Como Block Chicago 111 r 228tf nu h Ja f rs III J F A R M Et RJ I J HU a uoUIt wYpYwwNawOYSIVhen buy a ReadyMade L Garment You want to know that it is tight as to style quality and workman Slip when yon buy it from u a These questions are all + settled r and it costs you no more ia i Covert Jackets 5 up Suits for Ladies and Misses I 25 Suits for X15 j MARRIED MORRIS WOOLRIDGE At the residence of the officiating minister on Wednesday evening Mr Smith Morris of this city and Miss Ethel Woolridge of An derson county were married by Rev M B Adams of the Baptist Church Mr Morris is an industrious employe of the Frankfort Shoe Co His bride is a pretty Ander- sony county girl- APPOINTED r t SPECIAL APPEL LATE JUDGES i1 ri Upon certificate of Chief Justice Hobson of the ineligibility Judges Barker and Cantrill the QrGovernor has appointed Judge J E Robbins of Mayfieldand 1 Judge M H Saufley of Stanford to sit in that court in the case of Asher v Uhl r OFFICERS OF NEW BANK kiBya dispatch in the Louisville c papers we learn that Hon Geo 1r W Long formor State Treasurer has been made president of the Farmers and Merchants Bank ofii LeItchfield Mr H L James i former clerk in the Auditors J Office cashier and Hon W 0 Jones Assistant Clerk of the Sen one of the liro fate torsIcroup sore monary troublesMonarch over pain of every sort Dr Thomas Electric Oil C FRANKFORT BOY HONORED y i On Wednesday last Hon John iZ Maynard Harlan son of Justice rJohn M Harlan was nominated Republicans of Chicago Ill as their candidate for Mayor Mr Harlan was born in this city in 1804 Now that Mayor Carter H Harrison has declined are di election the nomination is equiv alent to an electionI iYTHE SUSNHINE OF SPRING H c r The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salvo as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H 1It Middleton Thebes Illsays I was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured It me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by J W Gayle J1 nawor specially Attractive i- Lii7 ik j v- I Are the very handsome Silks for Shirt Waist Suits which we are showing at this early date Special value Louisine Silk all colors 79c 23 in Foul rdlonly 57c Early buyers get choice of exclusive patterns Rugs Carpets BEATHS YOUNGMrs Sarah A Young died at the home of her daughter Mrs A J Crane of Bellepoint after many years of suffering from asthma She was the mother of many children who are left to mourn her death She wile born in Woodford county March 7 1825 died February 11 1005 She said in her last hours that she was going home to be with Jesus Our mother she is dead and gone The Lord has called her home To wear a bright and starry crown Prepared for her so long Her gentle voice now is hushed Her loving hands are still A vacant place is in our home Which never can be filled D REYNOLDSAt Bngdadon Tuesday Miss Mary E Reynolds aged 67 years after u long illness Miss Reynolds was the sister of Dr 0 H Reynolds of this city and was an estimable Christian woman a devout member of the formerlylivedfor her brother and raised three of her orphaned nieces BEDFORDIn this county on Saturday Mrs Annie Bedford wife of Mr Thos H Bedford aged 55 years Mrs Bedford was a charming and handsome lady and was a member of the Grassy Springs Christian Church She had been complaining for several days but did not think her illness n serious one She died of uremic pOiSOllIThe funeral services were con ducted RevJ K P South from the family residence on the Versailles pike near Jetts on Mon day morning at 10 oclock and the remains were laid away in theI family lot in our cemetery CAPLINGER In Cincinnati cnpJingelIjJrMr Caplinger was raised here Cnplinger0 F C distillery He is a brother of Mrs H C Bacon and a nephew of Mr Al Caplinger of the W A Gaines Co corpora tion CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed Signaturoof AN OUTRAGE UPON LAW AND DECENCY One of the most audacious tri umphs of the redlight section of ringridden Louisville that it has been our privilege to chronicle was that in which Mr Richard W Knott editor of the Evening Post was mulcted in a 500 fine for having libeled one Pat Shar key the owner and conductor of one of the lowest dives in that cityIt is a very distinct notice to the decent people of Louisville that if they wish to have law and decency triumph they must stamp out root and branch the alliance between saloons and bawdy houses now in control of affairsAffairs in that city have about come to the pass of things York City when the Tweed Ring insolentlysaid Yes these things are so now what are you going to do about it It is well known what the peo pie in their wrath did about it Suc should be the course in Louisville The honest and le cent people are in a majority and should use their power to cleanse the Augean stables Right on the heels of this verdict comes the fact that the prosecuting attorney has just had the man Sharkey indicted for the offense of running a gambling house upon the evidence adduced in that very case That was what Knott charged and proved ACCIDENT TO OUR NEIGH BORS Wo regret to learn that our neighbors of the Kentucky Jour nal had the misfortune to have their engine broken on Wednesday which supplies the power for their linotype und other machinery and were compelled to omit their issue of Thursday morning We have been there ourselves and sympathize with these gentlemen in their troubles Dr Weavers Syrup Parliea the blood Cerate ointment for the etia MR HOSTETTERS SALE The sale of Mr J P Hostetter took place on Thursday and was attended by a large crowd The personality sold brought very good prices which were satisfac toryr1ho burgoo served was made by that prince of burgoo makers Gus Jaubert of Lexing provedhimselfregretting his leaving the neigh borhoodI f t OLD TAYLORI THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY f WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR t SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky c tHl d YOtIOtS unntN Dress Goods You want a new Spring Dress for the first bright day The new speakforAll Wool Mixtures 50 New Mixed Mohairs oOc Scotch Check 50c and 1 You cannot afford to miss the oflelingill K Good soft Bleached Cotton Wc 72crFullJJ r4s r CYCLONE I 0 FIRE SALE t f 1fl k iiI500Worth Of FOR GroceriesrQ 150 fl We arc wide open for Business and aftei settlingi I with the Insmance Company have decided to have a regular Salvage Clear Sweep Sale We offer you beginning Saturday Feb 18th and until sold 500 Dollars worth ot Extra Good Quality of Groceries ror 150 Dollars Canned Goods and Package Goods were only slightly damaged in ap pearance by water and are just as good for your table as before the fire We mention only a few J Smoking Tobacco 1c a package Chewing Gum ic a pnclagefCranberries cut from lOc to ca quart One pound of Seeded Raisins cut from lOco to 5c a package One pound of Cleaned Currants cut from to 5c a package lOc Package of Mince Meat for 5C lOc Can one Pound Baking Powder for 3c 12c Can Condensed Milk for sc A 30c per pound Tea Dust at10c a pound A SOc Gun Powder Tea at20ca pound Crackers and Snaps at3ca pound 12 12c Can Sifted Peas at7ca can lOc Candles at1ca pound Hundred Of Other Goods At Laughing PRICES Conic Early Saturday These Goods Will All Be Gon By Saturday Noon YOURS fOR SNAPS THE BLUE GRAS- SGROCERY i ftJf t jri 4 Tfle FrankJortRouutlaDout Entered at the postotiice at Frankfort Ken tucks secondclass mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 181905 For the Roundabout THE TEMPTATION OF DIANA HyHHR Diana being enamored of the shepherd Endymion binds his f brow with poppies and bears him to Mount Latinos where he rests In perpetual sleep My thology Ah sleepless nights and passage slow of days And sapless hours that wither in my As daisies dropt from morns all browh breeze that strays along the grass Or plays with listless boughs where silent birds Drowse The pebbled stream is hushed That snug so joyously along the way And all fair things have lost their z blush and bloom koepTheirblight and change Of nature deep that hovers in the air The very form and face of thing do wear t 1cr The disenchanteddream My myhandAnd all my senses numb do ins ward turn And feed upon themselves Ah woe is me laggardfeetHave grown since this still face hath come to haunt And fill my hapless days with rest less thoughts And yearnings born of parents I vague MosoemH My spirit hovers at the hem of 4 some Vast shadowy realm whereto my step is drawn Yet falters with sweet dread to dally there Twixt hone and fear I close mine eyes and dream The warm soft glow of ovenlngfi sun comes to My cheek tho long and far below r deepHis has faded out The mateing song Of laughIng bymSEED TIME-t i t e experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others some crops need differ enthandlingthanothersHe deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a mis take made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted t life best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evi dence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi nary foods absolutely failWe t tolll send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form a is on the everybottle you bu- ySCOTT BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK Soc and i all druggists fJt r v4jir stit ThirtyDays Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One person in every four has a weakheart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a disea ed heart A little extra strain from any cause is sufficient to bring on this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the Circulation My trouble began with catarrh and I have always supposed it caused the trouble have experienced with heart I had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite con stipation palpitation of the heart shortness and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and 1 suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so severely and became so weak thirtydayshours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering the heart so severe that I would have to Ive everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared undtr the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure lam in better health than 1 have been in twelve and I thank Dr Miles Remedies foritrears they are the grandest remedies on earthand I am constantly recommending CNCRELLWaxahacliie All druggists sell and gunrntee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Mile Medical Co Elkhart Ind A And hand in hand and roses wet with dew Plucked from some sylvan bower when morn was new Are in their hair their eyes aglow with 80ft- Communion light seek eyes that answer more Than tender words Anon I turn aside The visions change to field and wooded slopes The wild hawthorn conceals the nesting dove Whose mate nearby cooes low and amorouslyThrough hours Tho timid deer in pairs Browse peacefully as in the groves of ran And all fair things are there of fruit and flowers And mossy streams that whisper- to the reeds And happy birds that chirp and lazy hees Their brown logs heavy with the garnered sweet Of myriad blooms Ah me it Is not mete That I should dally thus These glimpses fair And tokens of soft bliss are not for mp- Farewelt fair shepherd It shall not he writ That Phoebe here didst all but shame her trust And naered vowsnay nay twere better death Than hide Olympus and the taunts and jeers Of culpritbowedWhy pause and falter still when pointDivergent our two selves Ami Grown sick and weak as some frail rustic maid Whose heartstrings be the play and fancy of Ench scented breath of passing breeze For shame That Love didst ajl but snake her house within My vliry breast Farewell End mlon Farewell but ere I go I needs pluckFrom brow one crimson token of A danger passed So here close at thy side I kneel How sweet the scent that hovers round I tremble faint with thrust of blisses warm A subtile essence lingers in his hair And speaks my breast with elo quence of plea I dare not own List through the night a voice Of warning and impending fate forebear Wako not the sleeper from his rest Beware Of his soft words and softer eyes to fire And tempt thee further still flee from the ire Of deathless shame and deep re morse and pain Of afterdays and peace sought for in vain thyfalteringEach pulsing of thy breast grows warmer still In this mad conflict of thy mind and heart Flee gnawinKIIUgBorn of a moments sweet abandoning Suck not the honeydew where hemlocks spring passionhenceCalm night holds on apace and dews are wot Sobs It then I bow and will away Sleep on sweet youth sleep on eternally Wile I lean closer nnd take one look How calm how fair thy face like to a lake On which the moonlight rests in nights of Ah closer JunoItho dream That tromblos through thy parted lips Ah now It seems I catch the sense of wreathing flowers And sweet low song of nightingale sighingMaid far distant vale Some maid Some maid 11 had not dreamed of thisSome timid t The words fly from me wit a hiss griefUnbearable it be love of some Fair other spins the warp and woof of all His sleeping hours Ah Jealous psThrough as serpents fang struck deep And quivering in my naked breast Hear hear Me now ye gods make vow and vengeance swear I see her hated form grow through nlghtHer face her eyes of blue her wealth Of tresses flowing in the windher blush Her pouting mouth put up the kiss to find Eer ripe upon his lips I see him pluck The roses from her breast and trembling watch Its snowy rise nnd fall to leave the roil Warm print of kisses there ere she hath ned I see him follow and pursue in vain At first and then oertnke hot as she sinks All breathlebs to the grass midst trampled vines And flowers crushedI foal the hot thrill of Their clinging kisses steal swift through the night And riot in my heated blood I hear Oh misery the very flood of sighs And quick low words of love ana happiness I hate herhate her yen I hate them both With hate so maddning I am nothing loth To slay him as he sleepsMy bow my bow The wrath of Nemesis burns in my soul I see the grass grow crimson wit the stains Of blood warm from his side Ah taughter stillIDoth vengeance draw the string that quivering sighs To wake the silent night with voice of doom ytnoI do but dream and hold the thread Of strange wild fancies steeped in fumes of hell Perchance and after all I do mis take The signs that be He rests too peacefullyTo dreams as I do pic ture bore t My myhandsAs lilies hung with midnight dew The calm Still night and breezes heavy with the breath Of sleeping things doth only feed the tires That glow as Vulcans furnace in my Oh night Oh listening stars Why shouldst thou flaunt Thy serenityWhyMy wretched with peace ye do not give Wiry wantonly with cold dumh contrast wring From my torn heart the bitterest tears of all But I am calmer now and must away Ere Phoebus spy me with his morn ing light But where the flower I plucked can Tt be gone Ah no here crushed and withered quite I hold It hot in my clenched hand If I but dared goThereit fade Ah how the touch of it runs through my veins How soft his matted hair like to a hood Of tangled silk drawn oer his brow I press It gently back and run my fingers through It softly to nnd fro and tremble with senseImy lips Again again and swift as swal low dips Into a stream his cheek grows rosey fair Ho quivers through his breath fans on my neck Oh gods it all comes back the flrethe thrall Of mighty yearning gone beyond powersQuirk and speak I snatch the flowers away That bind thy brow in stupor dumb wake wake And speak to moOh slake tho thirst that burns My lips and hairIle wakesho moveshis arms Have caught me close and closer to his breast Oh bliss of years into a moment prossodI j f J p AI 1n h f Pleasant to take Im Laxative I I Syrup in r NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltssrare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege tjtable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness f 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 60c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO b Glaze Your rLSi t- dit t Windows Xt It I have an immense stock rJGLASS all sizes and tcn interestyou as to price and quan- tityFRANK GI STAGG f P f1h Hardware Paints Oils Etc in JrLEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE 1 EFFECTIVE OCT 16 1904 y EASTBOUNDWESTBOUNO 1 No8Daily f1AMLeave LeaveAr Ar i 225 745 0 Lexington 0 1010 oo5 810 825 Winchester 023 600 rw 866 018 Clay City d 483 406 023 Stanton 828 400 485 954 Natural Bridge 449 Torrent HOlI 847 51 1029 Beattyville Junction 828 615 1180 041Jackson 625 223 Trains No and connect at O L Junction with the O K for Cannel City and local points on that line Trains No and 2 connect at villo Junction with A 11litJ B BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY OPAi i v rDailyMia Ex Bund Ex Bund Ex Bund Ex Sand Mis A M Lye P M Lve AMAr PlII Ar J o 285 Jackson 880 1L20 0 Fr 95 280 0 K Junction 885 1J848I 168 WiUlurst 1162 II162 Hampton 480 Il1i8 18 n 10I 128 Leo 610 10 1760I 122 Holuchawa 618 1228 t IO Cannot City 645 1245 Nos Slnnd will makojcloso connection at O K Junction with Nbs 8 and 4 for points on the LoxlngtonlandlEaatornlRallwoy M LJCONLEY Superintendent r l0 j t jjjij j n WEITZELr Successor to Weifczel cC ODonnell J t L NEW SPRING GOODS v tcyarI t We sure daily receiving our New Spring Stock and we w ill as heretofore carry the best that the markets produce of the latest styles of r Dress Goods Notions Readytowear Garments r Our new Wash Goods Ginghams Madras Soisette etc are now all in and on sale The grandest collection we llaveevel shown Our Embroideries Laces and White Goods are also ready They are the prettiest youve ever seen We request an hlspection We are in a position to save you money on your Spring purchases Ir ri 1 rOJJ1CYADAMFSAW1ERAND f tinsns Corner Folks uTha Village gossips wondered who bo was 6Jwhat ha ww what he came for and how long be intended to stay 1 QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER The Best New England PlayEver Presented Comes to Theatre Tuesday Feb i ruary 21 About three years ago Quinoy Adams Sawyer a story of New life by Charles Felton 1Pidgin made its appearance in I attractive book form Directly popularityYwas c i talking about it The sales con tinued for a year with no abate went About that time the sawSt in the story a yr successful playTo be sure it lacked a a ruJ1ed girl a lost will a mortgage and a cruel funcle but it contained plenty of types of people all distinct and J natural And so the dramatiza L madeI was successful the play was doubly Houses crowded to the doors marked its fevery appearance The very best New England play ever seen was the universal verdict The play closely follows the book No attempt was made to L enlarge on the plot Quincy h Adams Sawyer is a wealthy young Boston lawyer who goes into the country for his health- He meets a blind girl vhose lo- velhewins Their courtship is the rmain theme of the play but it is not on any one feature of the drama that interest centers fox as far a J lovemaking goes there 11 are six lullHedged love stories in progress all the time It is the realistic portrayal of character and scene that has won the play its distinction The world loves anything genuineI- t iItis the jolliest play ever writ arelr1seriousness of the flentimenal por only sweet content Iiand satisfaction unmixed with re gret orsaciness The plug is equally popular everywhere In New York last season where it ran for five weeks the capacity of the Academy oft Music was taxed to its utmost Manager McNamara is to be 1congratulated on securing this r great play for next Tuesday Fob- ruary 21 at Capital Theatre t 1w s THE ELEVENTH INTERNA TIONAL CONVENTION The Eleventh International Convention meets at Toronto Canada June 2827 next This will without doubt be one of the most important Sundayschool I conventions ever held on the American continent It is a dele gated convention and while any one can go only regularly ap pointed delegates will he enter tained or will have the right to speak vote or serve on commit tees Kentucky is entitled to fiftytwo delegates and we must send our full quota All delej gates must be appointed by State Executive Committee If you think you would like to make- the trip write to the General Secretary All the healing balsamic virtues of the Norway pine are concentrated in Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup Natures own remedy for coughs and colds SOME MORE WEATHER On the weather turned rnpIidlyup steadily until noon Sunday About dark that evening it commenced to snow and the beautiful came down steadily until near midnight when the wind veered and it became rap idly colder By daylight it had cleared away and the thermometer had dropped to zero And yet we are not happy Energy all gone Headache Stomach out of order Simply a case of torpid liver Burdock Blood Bitters will make a new man or woman of you DESERVED POPULARITY To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers Theso Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their uni versal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popu larity and usefulness Sold by J W Gayle ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE As administrator of the estate of John Green deceased I desire to give notice to those indebted to the estate to conic forward and settle Those having claims against such decedent will present them properly proven as required by law Z JACK CHURCH Administrator 234t 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 Columbus 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 thntlIobtained relief and in a short time I was entirely cured Guar anteed by all druggists Price 50c Ono Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup WANTED Special representative in this and adjoining territories in con nection with the Wholesale Department of oldestablished busi ness house of solid financial stand ing Salary 21 weekly with ex penses paid each Monday hy headquartersExpenses everythingAddress Monon Building Chicago Ill 1924t II DO IT TODAY InJuRotionNeveryou can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to Rive you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps remedyforbe Dr Boscbees German Syrup OVArIcough 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 2oc regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr WANTED MEN AND WOMEN adjoiningterritories 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 chock direct from buggyfurnishedpermanent Address Blow Bros Co Dopt 4 Monon Bldg Chi cago Ill 1824t Dyspepsia bane of human existence Burdock Blood Bitters cures it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions t U h t The years come and go Time brings many changes but the oldreliable JeENii still stands as the leader of all fine flours Sold only by Grocers el ktDUI BET- WEENLouisville gi AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A h Cor 4th and Market at I ulTlll s SALESMEN WANTEDThree CountyTownship Kentucky counties and towns fully indexed all railroads shown and distances between all towns on same plainly marked A splendid opportunity for energetic men Rand Mo Nally Co Chi cago HI lmm BLUE urserleslSPRING Treos by the Million Fruit and shade Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything usually found at such an establishment We sell direct to agentsTreeapplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 248m O4STOatABears the1haSignature of Dr J S7 CollinsDE- NTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 61tfKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat- r r0 tir ir r1jJ ilfi DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Bg tilt Hagnlfetnt Stiamirt of UHf Leaving foot of Madison Street at 015 A after arrival of moraine trams Returning arrive Week Day R Sundays 000 p to Detroit jc unlimited round trip Jut Excursion to Detroit and return Week Day St IIBda7C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 800 eals aad berth extra Special Rates le Socttttej Close connections at Detroit with steam ers nearestRailroad for Buffalo the SooDuluth etc OF eiEUUNTrHgrWHQOLDENOfrJt m cmor men e ILADIES WANTED j A bright Energetic womans work VomanItion Oldestablished standingSalary n expenses paid each Monday di rect from headquarters Expenses advanced We furnish everything JBlock1t 1ForQueen andr CrescentoteSfar1eSC f AN- DQu1ok6t SclMule 1 j BETWEEN ifr 31 CINCINNATICHATTANOOGA A TL A NT BIRMINGHAM AvI4fj SHREVEPORT1t Write for Rates and Printed Matter GI BGLflRKB T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky I V t r JAOES SALE I Will 1NVI I7 LONIII j t i In order to make room for our SPRING STOCK which will arrive soon I have decided to cut prices in all departments consisting of Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Hats Caps Carpets Floor and Table Oil Cloths Mattings Trunks Valises and Suit Cases Our customers willIappreciate fully what great bargains this means to them money saved on every article you buy This sale will unmistakably surpass all pre vious sales Prices will tell I will mention only a few items em = braced in this sale An elegant line of Hamburgs and Laces from 2 to K toe yd worth from 6 to soc Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes of all kinds and styles at greatly reduced prices Ladies Cloaks and Skirts at less than cost Mens Overcoats at half price We also haveisome wonderful bargains in Mens Boys and Childrens Suits t Ladles fleece 25c shirts at 17c Best quality of dress ginghams worth 8 13c and 10c now gorLadles fleece 25c drawers at 17c at Gc and 7 12c a yard Misses 35c union suits at 19c One lot light outing flannel at 4 12c a yard Childrens 25c union suits at v 17c All lOc outing flannel and annelettesat712cuyard ay Misses 25c shirts at 13c All 15c flannelettes at 10 l2c a yard Infants vests at Vf 6c One lot shirting cotton at 4c a yardILadles GOc wool skirts at 39c Best grades of heavy shirtings from Gc to 7 l2c a yard Ladles 90c wool skirts at I 69c Blankets and comforts at half price Ladles 25c and 35c outing skirts at 19c One lot of carpets to close worth 35c and 40c now go at 26cf25c fascinators all colors at 17c Now is the best time to buy a carpet 1 lot fascinators from 5c to 16cI Also rugs at a very low prjce 50c fascinators extra large at v 37c 3 Boys shirtwaists at 19c BOYS AND MENS SWEATERS Misses and Childrens hose at V 5cWehave these in all grades and you will have to see them to appro Misses and Childrens extra good hose at 8c elate the bargains we are offeringIOne lot corsets worth 25c and 35c now 15callof our mens 50c rs now go at c One lot 75c and 100 corsets now 35c i One lot mens 25c working shirts now go at18cLadles black satine underskirts plaits and ruffles nicely made up One lot mens laundrled shirts worth 50c now go at i 35c now 49c C9c and 98c worth from 75c to 150 One lot white unlaundrled shirts worth 50c and 75cf now go at 35c One lot Clarks thread at 3c a spool One lot mens 100 shirts now go at G5c Good pins three papers for 5cOne lot mens 75c shirts now go at 58c Best brass pins at 4c per paper One lot mens hats 150 grade go in this sale at tf9c Sansilk and Lustre at 4c a spool All colors except black but first class goods tOnelot dark calicos at 3 12c a yard All of our mens fine shoes 350 400 and 500 reduced from 50c to If fJ rJAny of our best calicos Simpsons and Americans at 4c a yardI 100 a pair Lots of odds and ends sold for less than cost price + Comfort calicos beautiful patterns at v 4 12c a yard Our first class hats including J B Stetson at reduced rates One lot apron gingham at 4c a yard Remember you can buy any thing in our line at greatly reduced One lot 12c apron gingham a tI 5c a yard prices in this sale Good quality bleached cotton at Cc a yard Mens odd pants in great variety to close out at 50c 75c 100 125 i Better grades of cotton In proportion 150 and 200 which are worth double the moneyI1F t Heavy brown cotton yard wide at 5c a yard One lot mens rubber coat3 and mackintoshes at your own price and a One lot dark outing flannel at 4c a yard thousand other things which would be Impossible to mention To appreciate the great val ies we are giving you will have to call and see for f I j 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 F i Attention barbers and saloon keepers We have to close out several lots of 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 until the last day of this month and not a day longer Remember place and name PERD JACOBS Ii 21S St Clair St Next to Deposit Bank i NKFORSy KENTUCKY ItlL l IW L J lIL 1UJJJILllJ II r In L1JlJ it JYJaI1rlloth CJ1earance f3a1ef Our nnnnl January Sale will commence Sntilr inv the 14th This advertisement contains hut few of the bargains that await you 7r os rew ase rer sn- r TABLE LINEN BIG JANUARY SALE OF LADIBSGItEAT SALE OF SILKS COLORED DRESS GOODS CLEAR NOTIONSI A R fide for Tl inch Tnbta Linen worth lo for Hair MENlSOnr reputation us lenders in thisANUE l 7fic7no for 72 inch Table Linen worth 2o for It Cotton Tapo Ladle Gowns assortment un line makes it almost unnecccenry for3tio for Dress Goods worth cqiuilled for quality and style 89o up ific for Dress Goods worth IUO8afor Clarks Spool Cotton Ladies Drawers every pair wtll u to cny nnythinf except to extendb9a for Drt Goods worth 7Cc 10 4o for rnrd Safety Pinsmado and les nicely Underskirts Quashed tine llo upnn invitation for yon to come and bu yrfio for Dress Goods worth r lo for Feather Stitched Braid full and liberal measurements SIlo upyTOWELSIi for Talcum Powderexcellent material prices for Huck TOVPSTfcc for Silks worthMa fur Hock Towdd worth 12t48oGOODSiAo jd tC1t Calico fin doz for Rubber Dressing CombsIlio for Dnwers worth 25c G9o for Silks worth 8 lUtion11 stock in this department tj 5o yd four quarter Brown Cotton Htinduovhidfs from 4o K5a for Vests worth fiOc liradlofor Silks worth 8100 puitnblo for Separate Skirts Tailor up85afor Drawers worthfie yd four quarter Blench Cotton flu yd Apron Gingham Stock und Turnovers from 7o up89a for Union Suits worth 75c Crepe do Chine BUr nil colors Gowns and House Dresses r CO MAIN STREET S D JOHNSON FRANKFORT KY m REJIII Jsr FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH jRdvJ M B Adams the pastor will t q 3ronoh nt 11 n m and 780 p V SuudjiypflhoQl at 945 a m in 1h thrprlllonto Department and Bible Q1t3 by E E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran invited to join 945y st55will meet in the chapel at 080t p m I eadorIr N M Garrett Topic God in Our Home PrayprinfletitiK Wednesday night at 7 in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL 1 CHURCHRev A B Chlnn roe I tor Sunday February 19 Sundayschoolr el and Ser Thou SWednesday 780 Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Meeting at 780 Bible Study at 750 These services are all open to publica CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will uu proach at a m one 780 p in Sumlaysuhoo at 980 a m in the chapol Christian Endoavor Society will meet in the chapel at 050 p m Prayorinopting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel Tho Junior Society will moot on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in the chapol Everybody Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHR Wm Orowu the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mIYoung p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 p Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 oclock High Mass at 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoCluskoy Blaynoy D D the pastor will preach at 111 in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society of Christina Endeavor at 045 p m- All the young people are Invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Tho public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught thfa pastor will at 11 a m and 730 p in Sundayschool 945 a m Junior League at 3 p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 7HO oclock Visitors cordially invited to attend Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases WANTED Ten men in each Stnte to travel tacksigns and distribute samples fill circulars ofour goods Sal ary 75 per month 800 per day for expenses KUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago 192m CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized tu announce 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 Silks SiLKSSilks Taffeta Taffeta Glacie Chiffon Oriental and other Silks Lad ies of good taste and judgment cannot fail Jeing impressed with our new Spring Dress Silks and Patterns We are careful to ifelive We are showing Dress aIldIHousekeeping Linens including table cloths towels napkins and boquet cloths F J HEENEY = === LUTION SALt On account of tin cUsith of Capt Wrr Havens who was a mrmlxr of the firm of Collins l Havens a f dissolution sale will take place in which their entire stock of Hardware willbe sold stile lo begin 4 lt w rT W 7 1 tAND TO OONTTNrjB J Ia J = x = FOR THIRTY DAYS j 4e TERMS STRICTLY CASH k Mfhestock of grods consists of a general line of Hardware such as Builders Hardware Cnii enters Toolsry r t1 Biocksmiilis Tools Srddlcry Hardware Stoves in fact everything to be found in a firstclass hardware store ALJIa JP AlUPEIC ISr addition we have farm implements of all kinds such as Tornado Disc Har Steel Land Rollers A Harrows Malta Double Shovel Plows Syracuse Hill Irows Plows Two horse Corn Planters Steel Roofing Iron and Steel Tarred Roofing Paints and Oils Onehorse Corn Planters Malta Cultivators Vul kT can Plows Steel Plows Seed Drills Glass Surreys and Buggies Guns and Am- ianunition Sporting Goods ESA full line of Buggy Harness and Plow Gear as follows Breeching Buggy andrASurrey Harness Harness Back Bands Cotton Rope Lap Robes Horse Collars Chains Manilla Rope Horse Blankets A full line of Wagon Material4 Ipsuch as Rims Spokes Buggy Shafts These are a few of the items contained ia ptour illHM persons indebted to the firm of Collins Havens are requested to make settlement of once II A RACE FOR LIFE The New Ranch and Race Track Rattler Comes to Capital Theatre Saturday February 18 It is claimed by those most familiar with Theodore Kremers cork as a popular playwright that his now melodrama A Race For Life in its plot construc tion individuality ot characterization and sustained interest and lSensation much the cleverest thing he has yet turned out Its regionbbrderingrange of the Pacific Slope and the story told in the four hearttoucb rangesfromranch to the race track at Los melofItroduce the typical good and bad and fierce and funny characters bred and developed where men are largely a law unto themselves f1The storm center of the plot is J n me and fleet thoroughbred WhIChafter many hairbreadth and hairraising escapes from cold Jijpizen dynamite dope and i strenuous manifestations of profound personal interest 1 thwarts about the most villainous t tof all melodramatic villains and 1eaves her owners life and fortune AngelesDerbybooks and ridden by the villains own son The race and its finish Y are said to carry pikers plungers and patrons alike clear off their feet and out of their heads The staging of the piece is up to its producers usual high standard Seats now on sale Prices 25 50 and 75 cents PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SLEGHORNOur stook is from the grentist egglaying strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill POULTRY YARDS Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 888 166m i WM R PATTIE Popular Frankfort Boy Winning new Laurels With Ted E Faust Superb Minstrels The people of France in fact all Europe will never cease talk ing about the wonderful Bois sette Troupe of French panto miniists five in number who this season for the first time invade the American realm of amuse ment They are under contract r with the Ted E Faust Minstrels that are booked to appear at the Capital Theatre Monday February 27 t In addition to the Boissette Troupe Mr Faust has engaged Ausfri Quartet the Brothers Sti dolph German Musical Art ists Daly and Kelso the Boys with the Tangled Feet and Bobby De Rue monologist Among the vocalists are the noted singers Clen De Bruin and Win R Pattie Professor Alex Bowles Military Band and Pro fessor A V Smiths Superb Or chestra are features The scores of friends of popular j Will Pattie in Frankfort will note with pleasure the announcement that he will appear here at Cap 4 ital Theatre with Fausts Superb Minstrels Monday February 27 Manager McNamara has received numerous press notices which re fer to our Will as the grea Southern tenor THE IRISH PAWNBROKER COMING I Manager McNamara says tha it is now definitely settled tha- The Irish Pawnbroker will play this city one night in the near future There has been consider able correspondence regarding the matter but it now settled so r he feels that he can look forward to a crowded house The date though not yet definitely settled will probably be February 28 STAMPING GROUND Mr F M Hudson has sold his farm containing 120 acres to Mr France Tackett for 87 per acre The place is on the North Fork and Tilford pike Mr Hudson will move to Switzer purchasedthoJones in the west end of town for 1000 cash Mr Duvall will move his family in about March 1st Mr Jones goes to Lexington to engage in business Mr Chas Thompson has pur chased the farm of Mr G W Sharp containing 58 acres lying on the Sebree pike for 8000 Air G W Sharp has bought the 54acre farm of Mr J D Lancaster dying on the Woodlake pika for 1550 The sale of the personal prop erty of Mr Jos W Bond on Sat urday was fairly well attended One eightryenrold combined sorrel horse sold for 156 1 two yearold filly 60 1 cow 20 runabout 21 farming imple ments sold low Mi J T Gibson bought of Mr J W Jameson the farm contain purchasedfromper acre Mr Jesse Hambrick has sold OwenItonJ C William and Willard at 80 per acre Mr Hambrickand wife will move to the residence on the Tilford farm DiedOn Monday February 6 yearsdiedwas a Virginian by birth and a gallant soldier of the Lost under Gen Fitzhugh Lee CnuseI came to Kentucky in was a good man and citizen He leaves a widow and three children to mourn his death Mr Robert Duke Mrs Perry Mothershead and Miss Hallie Duke The funeral services were conducted by Rev G W Hill from the residence on Thursday morning and the interment was in the Lexington cemetery Mr J B Watt has sold to Mr L B Stone his farm on the WoodJake pike containing 76 acres for 460880- It does seem like there will b a general shifting of locatio- among our farmers this spring UNO PUBLIC SALE FRIDAY FfO 24th 1905 At 10 oclock I will sell at auction on the farm known as the Freeman farm on the Leestown and Lexington pike near Ducker Station the following pair of eightyearold work mules 1 fiveyearold work mule small yearling mule extra good family and road horse six years old extra good saddle and harness pony eight years old 2 good work horses fresh milch cow 3 good milch cows to be fresh soon 8 yearling calves 1 yearling boar and other hogs 20 ewes now lambing FARMING IMPLEMENTS good buggy and harness 1 spring wagon 1 Deedorich horse power baler in good repair 2 twohorse wagons one nearly new 7 bluegrass seed strippers most of them good 2 Osborne self binders one of them used very little J hemp machine good as new house built on wheels a good one and something useful to farmers sets of dump cart gear some o wagontcollars and Names and other articlesImonths credit without interest Sale positive HEARNEc24tf Everybodys liable to itching piles Rich and poor old and youngterrible the torture they suffer Only one sure cure Doans Ointment Absolutely safe cant fail 1 l de DOWNWARD COURSE Fast Being Realized by Frankfort People A little backache at first Daily increasing till the back is lame and weak Urinary disorders quickly fol low BrightsdiseaseThis is the downward course of kidney ills- Dont take this course Follow the advice of a Frankfort citizen Taylorman says While I inotper sonally use Doans Kidney Pills I can highly recommend them for the great relief they afforded my eldest daughter who has always suffered more or less from a weak backover since a child On ac count of this condition it was almost impossible for her at times to lift anything Accompanying this here was a difficulty with the kidneys which was very annoying and distressing I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured Gaylesdrugdirected and they helped her in every way Her buck felt very much better and stronger and the difficulty with the kidney secre tions was much improved My youngest daughter complained a great deal of her back hurting her KidneyPillsas well were most satisfactory For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the nameDoans and take no other 0A 8T OX1XA Bean theThe of Frailer Wiiall la The Midland Route Local Time Table In Efftct January 11 1904I r JttiA M DAILY EXCEPT M PMI No84No82 SUNDAY No81No83 2 ro Lv D Frankfort Ar 206t058 Summit 20hi2n 7 04 Elkhorn 1411 868e41n2J41tb Georgetown 1035 6 C S Depot 80 2691815 Newtown 954607 fl33 Centerville fM6 6 59 8 Bvl7 Elizabeth 9 5 8 20t821 Paris Junctn 9 82645 8 8 Arl Paris f Lv SO5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q K U KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L 1 BETWEEN FRANKFORT 8t CINCINNATI VIA GBOKOETOWN P 51IAIIPM 2 MIA Ar 8 47ILv Georgetown 0014 6 Lvl 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI Alas P M P M 2 00 Lv Frnnkfon Ar 720 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 29 b Lv Ar 683 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL K R POINTS 2 6 60A L Frankfort A11 2liA 720P f1PI 45A A Georgetown L ooA 625P 8 A Paris L OroA 5 42P 6 IIP 42A A Winchester L 709A 245P 8 15P May ville L 6 45A 116P Cynthiana L 502P ap 64P IA Richmond L 720A165P tJIP Cincinnati L 265P OKO B HARPER SAMUEL E BUTTON Pros andGenlSpt GP A WANTED 100000 SKUNK MINK ndS KIN 3And other raw furs at extremely high prices Address- A E BURKHARDT Merchantf FIENDISH SUFFERING IIs often caused by sores ulcers cancers that eat away your skin Win Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Buck lens 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 IOaSTOBXABears the j oAigaon Yf Hammond CoSJf HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF Framing lumber Flooring Ceiling WeatherboardingShingles i THEY CAN FILL ANY BILL lttil t Have you seen the new four of income bond isscd byrl THE EQUITABLEr LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Interest and principal papable in gold Interest begins 4 at once and continues for twenty years after deatli when the face of bond becomes due and payable I shall be pleased to call and give full information concerning same RALPH H PEChLILSO OLD PONE 458 DO YOU WANT TO ON TOUR OF 60I BUROPBITILE CINCINNATI Commercial TribuneWILL TAKE 50 WOMEN TO EUROPE They will go as guests of the Commerciol Tribune Absolutely FREE With All Expenses Paid Cincinnati A TOUCHING STORY Is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cum berland Md He At the age of 11 months our little girl was in declining healthwith serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we re solved to try Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave reliefafter taking four bottles perfectlieve and cure a cough or cold At all druggists 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly or indirectly withany other warehouse or warehouse companyWe a Strictly Inde pendent Warehouse Commission BusinessC CO Prop Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 24lm I r rt Tt flrto-r r iij1iI SOUTIIERNRA1LWAY i LinesITIMETABLE i Corrected to June 251901 Louisville Division No1 No5 No am pm pm 780ArLawrencoburg SIM 620 D8 954II725IINo4 No2 No6- Im pm am 7ThArLexinuton 605 44R 780 Versailles 625 512 7M 800IILouisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville andLexington Also on trains Nos 5 and 0 Through Obser Harrodsburg l theSouthyKnoxvillearrlyOnebetween Louisville and via Lex Ington and ChattanoogattBetween iStNo4 No2 Lv Louisville 860 am 1000 p mi1 mI tP a m No No1 mArHuntineburg 265 nm 425 am 545n m r On m1 No No LYroulRvtl1e 600 P m RIO a m f mIpm No9 Nola Lv Kvansvllle 780 mi 115 p m mArbetweenLouisvillo LoutavineTrains Nos and c Through first cinfw Coaches between EvansVille and Louis villo Day trains between Louisville and St Lout r carry Cafo Parlor Cars Night trains bntwwn Louisville andflt Lonle carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cartbuffet applyutoH R Spencer 8 H Hardwick GB Allan PAif W7Itsitching piles cant be cured n mistake to suffer a day longoBtl OiptIstore 50 cents t il8lnPriJ13 r