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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Pik J GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB 25 I90b NO1 25 IIIIU H NEW SPRING DRE SS GOODS Our Line of Beautiful NEW SPRING r tai 0 DRESS FABRICS Is Now Ready For Your Inspection We well anticipated the demand fashion would create for light weight materials suitable for t Shirt Waist Suits It was only a prediction but now it is an established fact that SHIRTWAIST SUITS will be the most popular for spring wear and that MOHAIRS AND SICILIANS which are so well adapted for this 1 purpose will be more extensively used than ever before In their his tory f1 We were fortunate In making heavy purchases In Mohairs and rSicilians In all plain colors and in alarge variety of beautiful fancy j mixtures Also a beautiful assortment of Panama Suitings Honing cbone Cheviots Crepe de Chines Albrittons Broadcloths Etc Therefore we are exultantly well prepared to supply the wants of those who follow the dictates of fashion and our prices are within the reach of all SPECIAL VALUES in Mohairs in black and in colors Also in a r pretty variety of fancy mixtures only 50 CENTS a YARD i 52 inches wide fancy mixed Mohairs in brown blue and black extra value 75 CENTS PER YARD BEAUTIFUL PATTERS In novelty Mohairs in brown green and blue seven yard patterns 700 PATTERN HENINGBONE CHEVIOTS 66 inches wide In brown blue and black only 125 PER YARD PANAMA SUITING 50 Inches wide extra value only PER YD 7 SHOWER PROOF SUITING In tan and green only 75C PER YARD BLACK TAFFETA SILK 36 inclf wide extra quality only 100 PER YARD BLACK TAFFETA SILK 36 inches wide wear guaranteed only 125 PER YARD U GIVE US THE PLEASURE OF YOUR CALLS C KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge i SHOOTING AFFAIR IN CRAW On Tuesday night Pat Rhody and Price Bromley became in volved in a difficulty in the course of which Rhody fired five shots at Bromley one ball cutting through his cl thing on the left side Rhody was arrested and lodged in jail RECTIFIERS SUED A large number of Louisville rectifiers have been sued in the State Fiscal Court of this county payIIREPRESENTATIVE SUED Mr E K Rennaker Repre countyIcounty school teacher for 25000 damages for defamation of character The suit is a great sensa tion at Cynthiana COMING TO THIS CITY lour young and handsome Wil1lwoverented one of Mr W H Poseys cozy cottages on Todd street His office will be on St Clair street over the drug store of Dr W McKee Hardie physician cityHisyoung lady and one very well calculated to make herself and her husband popular members ofso ciety peopletoELECTED PRESIDENT We are gratified to learn that at the State Convention of the Y M C A held at Owensboro last week our friend and brother Mr John L Amsden of Versailles was elected President Mr Ams den is an able and consecrated man who has given largely o time and labor for the cause o Sundayschools and Y M C A work REELETCED At the meeting of Hardware Dealers of Kentucky held in RIUUtTOl ID was U1JU111 mously reelected Secretary of that body A deserved compli ment to a worthyyoung man Whats the secret of happy keepingtheland kidneys strong and active Burdock Blood Bitters does it SOLD HIS FARM hisIthe city limits on tho Versailles pike containing 100 acres to Mr countyforThis farm is admirably located for a dairy or market garden farm a CUTTING SUNDAY MORNING A dance at the house of Joe Handy on Wilikuson street Sat urday night which extended over until Sunday morning woundup with a row in which A J Douhitt out Wm Ebokhart in the head side and leg neither wound prov ing serious byOfficers h i MINISTERS HOLDING PRAY ERMEET1NGS The Ministers Association of this city are holding daily prayer meetings in the Pastors study of the First Baptist Church to pray that God would send Holy Spirit and cause a revival of religion in generalI They earnestly desire the of all Christians in this behalt VERY PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT Capital Lodge No6 1 0 0 F gave an entertainment Mon day night consisting of a recitation and characterization of David and Jonathan It was a very pleasant affair Mr New ton Beers rendering was very byIDeWitts JJB9 Salve For Piles Burns Sore SIDELIGHTS ON jjA PUBLIC OFFICE Henry A Castle Auditor of th Postoffice Department tap strange veins of human nature in the conduct of his office Care less Ignorant and Defiant Post masters contributed by him to the March McClures iSf collec tion of the queer flotsam caugh- in the web of the red tape From a Texas town a courteous citizen sent this mild protest against the too strenuous manners of th lady postmistress We dont set up any clam that our manners are all the v should be but wed like to be reasoned with and helped along The postmistress is a worthy woman all right but she cer tainly is rude and hasty One day last week the mayor being some flushed up and careless re fused to move his hat and bow on asking for the official mail where upon his hat was shot off and plumb ruined Theres another thing we dont think is fair This postmistress wont let niggers and greasers come into the office under any consideration We aint over fond of niggers and greasers our selves but it is sure discommoding tfo o get their mail just because this dont like toItlVlJ see IHJJ Ulllljf but a gentleman Ve dont like to appear faultfinding and pica yunish where a lady is concerned but this one Im talking about is sure arbitrary and abrupt and wed like to have her toned down somet1a3TOR X AHue Bthectl 1l APPOINTED CONSTABLE Mr Zack Pulliam has been ap pointed Constable of the Bald Knob District to succeeed Mr L W Shackleford resigned CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic eon consumptiotispoor patient and the rich patient too cnn do muoh better at home byaproper attention to food digestion Syrupireeis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGerman tta of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain Strength are those tha bottleygists yr nDISTRICT PRIMARY CALLED The Democratic District Com mittee of this Circuit Court Dis trict has called a primary election to nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge to be held on Wednesday April 5th Judge R L Stout is the only announced candidate so far disISUNDAY NIGHTS FIRE An alarm from hox 25 at 755 p m on Sunday called the fire boys to a frame cottage on Church street owned by Mr Thos Heff neroThe house is not a very val cable one and the roof was badly damaged by the flames The loss insuranceI used Seminary but was moved to its present location THE FRANKLIN COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY The 82d anniversary of the Franklin County Bible Society will be held in the Methodist xsThe Executive Committee is as follows F Vt Gray W G Simp son Walter G Chapman Oscar Kenney The Societys aim is to withouttclasses of people at the lowest rates Its work is unsectarian The benefactions of this society 3are not limited by any distinc posimrace but the chief responsibility resting upon the board is to see that to the poor the gospel is preached through the circulation of the Written Word SUGGESTION a Health Food and Health Cranks is the leading articles ir the March issue of Suggestion the magazine of the New Psychol ogy Chicago other articles re late to auto suggestion psychic research nature cure drugless methods suggestve therapeutics hygiene advanced thought etc This publication is of especial interest to those who believe that man has inherent psychic powers which if rightly used will banish worry fear disease increase the wayfOlpiness and success h W Early Risers The famous little piii APPOINTED Miss Katie Mayhall of Bridge port daughter of Mr Charles appotntedteacher FeebleMinded Children to sue ceed Miss Lilian Thomson now Mrs Scott Brown resigned COLLINS HEIRS WIN The heirs of Mr Harrison Col lins formerly of this county of whom Dr J S Collins and Mr Z T Collins are two have won suit in the Arkansas Court of Appeals whereby they become owners of about 2600 acres of fine land litigatiouland lies near Little Rock Ark LITTLE LAD HURT t While playing soldier Master Henry Bowles son of Mr Claude Ctwith an air gun though not seri OUSt t jf r AI 1 kJj i TO UNLOAD QUICKLY 1 IIcWeoffer our entire stock of Mens and Young Mens Mixed Suits 4 750 At Tdcest200 This includes all ot our stock consisting of 1000 Mixed Suits 3000 2500 2200 2000 and 1800 Suits 1200 1500 1200 and 1000 Suits 750 J r PERSONAL Mr J W Lindsey of Louisville was here on Saturday Miss Pago left Tuesday for FloridaICol Chas M Lois of Shlby was a visitor here Saturday R W Miller oi Richmond was here this week Mr Rolla IC Hart of Flemings burg was heru Saturday Mr R W Bottomloy and family have gone to to reside Mr Paul Saw ler has returned a visit to St Louis Mo Jud e Jas T Wilhoit of Ver snilleswas here on Saturday Mr Elliott Ford of Georgetown College spent Sunday i11this city Mrs W B Rodman is now resid ing in Shelbyville Ky Mr William Dillon visited his best girl in Versailles last Sunday Judge T R McBeath spent Sun day in Louisville Mr Sam D Johnson has returned from Martinsville Ind Messrs W W and A D Jett fi who have been visiting here have r againAMiss Lucy Brown of Morgan field who has been the guest of x tMiss Lucy Rodman has gone home 4 Dr N M Garrett returned from Louisville on Monday His mother is doing nicsely r Mr Wm Crowe of Carlisle was the guest of his cousin Roy Win Crowe this week Mr M P Brown and Col Dick Baker have returned from their Texas trip Col Thos A Hall and wife lofty Friday for1few days visit to his family county Mr Rousseau True went to Cov ington on Saturday on business in the U S District Court Mr John D GrifHn and wife vis- itedrf relatives in Louisville this J W Newman Representa tivo from Woodford county was a here Saturday Col Noel Gaines returned Sun rrday from a trip to Washington u Miss Ruby Fugasczi has gone to Georgetown and Lexington to visit relatives Mrs Flora Fobto Ward cf Lox ington was the guest of Offlcpr James Brown and family this week Mrs E E Hume and laughter Miss Eleanor have gone to New York City Rev Lewis N Thompson of Owen county was the guest of his t mother the first of the week i Mrs William Carroll of New Castle visited Miss Lucy Pattie at Farmdale this week Mrs Lucy Tinsley loft Wednes day tor New Orleans La to visit her son Mr Church Tinsley Miss Mae McGlasson of Louis vine is the guest of Mrs W H Sneed from Falmouth on Tuesday night Miss Mary Belle Taylor has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Col Thos A Hall and wife have returned from a visit to Nelson county Mr David Niool and daughter Miss Mary Todd I Iool visited rela tives in Lexington this week Mrs Mary Will True of Owenton visited her parents Hon Jas A Violett and wife week Dr E E Hume made a business trip to his old home atTaylorsville this week j r Ii 0 JiJij Miss Virginia Chinn visits Misses Burnam in Richmond this John P Hostotter left Mon day for a several days visit to Fayette county Hon W L Cannon and wife of Midway attended the funeral of Maj W E Bradley Saturday Mrs Eugene Craig left Sunda for a months visit at her old home in K Todd of Shel byville was in the city on Satur dayMrs W J Roberts is visiting hereon Mr Harry Roberts and family at Irvine Attorney E S Touett of Winchester was in attondance upon the Court of Appeals this week Mrs R D Rash of St Louis Mo is tho guest of her cousin Judge W H Sneed Capt Geo W Wilder and wife of Paris were called here Monday by the serious illness of her father Mr Jure Long Judge A P Humphrey Judge S B Kirby and Col Henry L Stone of Louisville were in the city on TuesdayMrs T Buckner and daugh ter of Shelbyville visited her parents Col John F Davis and wife this week Miss Jessie May Smith of Texas who has been the guest of Mrs N B Hays has gone to Southern KentuckyMrs B Innes who was caned here by the death of her mother Mrs T H Bedford has rnturned to her homo at Render Mrs Jas Ad Hazolrigg and grandson Master James Chenault visited Mr C P Chenault and wife at Irvine this week Mr RussellS Penn accompanied by Mr Nunn and Mr wager came down from Georgetown College to spend Washingtons birthday here Mr Julian Chinn of State Col log Lexington spout Washing tons brithday with his parents in this city Lieut Jas C Barnes U S Toast Artillery Boston Mass was the finest of his cousin Col Thos A Hall and wife this week Liput Edmund Watson U S Navy was the guest of Mr J Bu ford Hendrick Land wife the first of the week Mr Mason P Brown Grand Cap tain of the Gard IC T left Sun- dRY night for Owensboro to inspect the Commandery of that city Mrs Sheffer Richardson left yes terday for LaGrange called thereby the illness of brotherin law Judge I T Risloy Mr William Montgomery left Monday for Stewartsville N J where he has accepted a position in an electrical works Mr I G Marksbury Sr of Christiansburg who has boon the guest of his son Mr J W Marks bury his returned home Miss Genevieve Posey who has been attending the Cincinnati College of Music visited her parents this week Miss Christine Reynolds has gong to Washington City and will remain until after the Inauguration of President Roosevelt Miss Helen 0 Roar of Science Hill Academy Shelbyville visited her parents Judge E C ORear and wife this week Miss Annie Davis Mitchell of Ashland was the guest of Mrs Frank D Clark South Side this weekMr James O Wathen of tho Ky Dist and W H Co of Louisville WIEMrs Geo W Chinn visited heron Mr Julian Chinn at Ken tucky State College Lexington this week 1 i t f- All mens young mens and childr- ensOVERCOATS i I 1 Ono half former selling piicerJy These are cash prices and no goods sent on approval Ai 150 Soft Hats 150 values now SOc 300 pair of Ladies Shoes iprice worth 250 350 11 200 paIr of Mens Shoes price worth 4 5 6J4All good styles but broken sizes J1 Itf pTTIIEc E3I1VLP CIL 1vine tfrom Equitable 1IIThe confident feeling that your dinner table Wt is correct in its appointments can be V realized if you have a service of 5R Wallace Silver Plate Mrs Rorers illustrated book u How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT Ip31Ur Chas H StilIand Mr Jai S Stoll of Lexington attended the funeral of Mnj W E Bradley SaturdayMr H Thompson Traffic Manager and Buyer fur the K D and W H Co Louisville attended the funeral of Major W E Bradley Saturday Col W J Wllmoro of Nicholas villp Supervisor of Distilleries the K D and W H Co ofI the funeral of Major W E ley Saturday Miss Elinoro Marks who is attending Science Hill Academy Shelbyvillo was the guest of Judge E C ORear and wife tho first of the week Mrs G Russell Sneod and son Sam who have been guests of her mother Mrs Vlrlgnia have returned to their hone in St Louis Mo Miss Elise Dandridge who is attending school tit Washington City was the guest of her parents Capt W F Dandridge and wife f this week Col Wilmot H Kidd and Cal Jas F Montgomery cf the Frankfort Shoo Co leave tomorrow night for Chattanooga Penn and Now Orleans La Col Edson Bradley and wife of New York City were called hero by tho Lath of his brother Maj W E Bradley returning home Monday morning Dr N M Garrett and his moth er Mrs Ada Garrett went to Louisville Friday where she went for the benefit of an opera tionWANTEDTrustworthy man or woman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory or well established houso of solid financial standing 20 straight cash salary with all necessary expenses paid weekly by check from head quarters Money advanced for ex penses Position permanent pre vious experience not essential No investment required We furnish everything Enclose selfaddressed envelope Address Manager 810 Como Block Chicago 111 228t BENEFIT FOR KINGS DAUGHTERS HOS PITAL FUND The Senior Class of tho Frankfort High School assisted by other pupils of the scl ool will give a benefit to the Kings Daughters at the Opera House on the evening of March 8 The entertainment will bo a musical version of the familiar fairy legend Cinderella It has been written and arranged for the various members taking part The entire proceeds will be donated ns a class memorial to the Kings Daughters Tickets will be placed on sale at an early date and seats may be reserved daysI242t oa T 0nJABeare theTheSIgnature 1of = GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stom ach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest enabling it to recuperate take on new life and grow strong stomItin and all digestive disorders L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes us Wo feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the commendation that can be given it as it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old keptjitcourse now anything disagrees with her Sold by J W Gayle ti H ft i7 fi KILL THl COUGH fi AND CURE THE N SjWITH Or rKings New Discovery j FOR CONSUMPTION 50c100 Price tw Free Trialk jTHROATLES or MONEY BACK I 11ISIvim QOe r i iiIiiii Goods rJ t didr v litThere is we think nothing worth having in the lino ot M r I sickroom goods but what jfr we carry Those are the M stores that always h e no matter whether seinet aidiW Yj B oreaso the comfort of the sick or lessen the labors ot W V tho attendants Among M the items carried are W Ice Bags- Medicine Droppers r 4 Bed Pans W Disinfectants k- aaC Sick Feeders M i Syringes Hot Water MAir RottlesIAtomizers Deodorants ft n Qi Dustin Powders l iI Fever Thermometers M jHypodermicf They am all of lquality and are sold at thatfi uniformly low prices mark our dealings through out rife I I The GarIn Drug Stores I fx I D HiQi MOTHERS BE CAREFUL l Of the health of your children Lookout for Coughs Colds CoughStopCough Cure is the best remedy byJPLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR fl STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SAND k SLEOUORNOur stook iu from tho greatest egglaying strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill ftffiSE- iigeie YtE Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 883 188mI t EtJ L J7henyon buy a r t Jl ReadyMadeL t Garment lr- You want Ip know that as to style quality and workman ship when you buy it from us 1 1 These questions are all settled tend ii costs you no more- r Covert Jackets 5 up i1Suits for Ladies and Misses 25 SuitsforJ5 r t MARRIED WILLISODAY In this city on Tuesday Mr Walter Willis and Miss Mamie ODay were mar- I rried Rev J 0 A Vaught of r the Methodist Church- SOHRIMPCOLEMANI At the Jr Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday Mr Frank Sohrimp nl and Miss Bessie Coleman were tit married by Rev Father T S Major Mr Sohrimp is a hustling young t business man of St Louis Mo His bride is the handsome daugh ter of Mr Pat Coleman BENTLEYHOOKAttheresii- dence of the officiating minister on Thursday Mr F G Bentley of Mississippi and Miss Catherine Hook of Stamping Ground were married by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church SHERLOCK HOLMES THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE I no publishers an bringithat of McClure Phillips that they will bring out Conan Doyles HolmeseSherlock is a more universal fa anytwever He belongs to the library to the kitchen to the parlor floor and to the attic His name and what it stands for has become a part of the English language as thor I oughly as Kodak and it is cer 4r tainly cherished closer to the L heart There is good reason tnen to believe that the oppor y tunityof having the stories which I have been appearing in a weekly magazine throughout two years n in book form with char 11acteristio and impressive illustra be hailed with joy by s5 k thousands upon thousands of peo I to of whom are not usually lconsidered in the reading class find him the same old 1 4 Sherlockonly more so grown with his readers The tangle of lIt mystery in these thirteen storiesr11 Ril is more intricate than ever before the wizard Sherlock inscrut J iable and intrepid unravels the knot with magic deftness His jadventures are indeed amazing He adds many cubits to the stature of his reputation and the world will thank Dr Doyle for his daring act in resurrecting his beloved hero Especially Attractive r- Are the very handsome Silks for Shirt Waist Suits whichwe are showing at this early date Special value Louisine Silk all colors 79c 23 in Foulard only 57c Early buyers get choice of exclusive patterns Rugs Carpets DEATHS BERRYIn Oldham county agedl4Dr Berry was a skilled physi cian and served as Superintendent of the Instiute for FeebleMinded Children under Gov John Young Brown He was a brotherinlaw of Mr F V Gray of this city He leaves a wife and one married daughter to mourn his death HUNT At the home of her parents in Bellepoint on Tues day Miss Nellie Hunt daughter of Mr John Hunt and wife HUGHESIn Arizona on Thursday Mr W W Hughes aged 45 years of consumption- Mr Hughes was the son of Esq Geo C Hughes of the Forks of Elkhorn and a brother of Mr G Russ Hughes of this city He had been living afc Lexington Ills for some fifteen years but had recently gone to Arizona in hopes of recuperating He leaves a widow but no chil dren LETTER LIST The following is n list of the ad vertised letters for the week eud ing February 25 1905 Baker F R Chatham Virgil Chatham Virgil 0 Corey Grant- Covington Dave Ganin F A Md Gladwich H B Co 2 Gullery J W Md Hackney Sltuhed Hooking John Jones W W Lyons Mrs Addle Miller Dr Clinton W2Mills Katie Miner Miss Lizzie Moore Mrs Nicholas BettieIPatterson Miss Piokett T W Steniko E J Strange Miss Mamie Simson Twyamn Miss Pollie Warren Miss Ida I Williams Chas E WilliuiTs Arthur Williams Miss Joe Ann Williams Mrs Mary Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M SALESMEN WANTEDThrees- alesmen for our new County Township and Railroad Survey of Kentucky counties and towns fully indexed all railroads shown and distances between all towns on same plainly marked A splendidopportunity for energetic men Rand Me Nally Co Chi cago Ill 1m BIRTHS CROWE In this city on Mon day to Rev Win Crowe and wife a daughter Katheiiue Pil kiugtonBROWNIn Louisville Tues day to Hon Eli H Brown Jr and wifen daughter VOGLERIn this city on Wednesday February 22 to Mr Charles W Vogler and wife a son George Washington weight 14 pounds STILL BETTER Recently we made mention of the good work being done by Prof Saml L Frogge late of this city as President of the Vi son Training School of Vanderbilt- University located at Columbia KySince then we have learned that the attendance of the solool is 285 exceeding that of last year by 65 and of that number 200are new pupils One hundredand twenty of these scholars board in the dormitories and some thirty in private families The outlook for the second term is even still better Prof Frogge is a teacher of ability and tine education and possesses the happy facultyof knowing how to impart his knowl edge to his pupils We wish him every success in his new field of labor Dr Wearee8 Syrup hrtIeI tile blood Cento omeat for the ekt i RECEPTION Miss Edna Bridges entertained the 0 F F Club at the home of her mother on the South Side Wednesday evening also the Misses Tucker of Stamping Ground who were her guests this week BODY TO BE BURIED HERE Mr Owen G Gates Jr of St Louis Mo who died there this weekwas born and lived in this city until some ten or twelve years of age His remains were brought back here for interment in the family lot His father Mr Owen G Cates Sr built the house now occupied by Mr Alvin Pilldngton on Campbell street and known as the Rodman prop erty While living here Mr Cates Sr was a clerk in the old Branch Bank of Kentucky r fII OLD TAYLORJ l t THE PREMIER l KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors Jr i h47H Frankfort Kentucky lit f- YIL j l n Dress Goods You want a new Spring Dress for the first bright day The new 4speakfor a All Wool Mixtures 50c New Mixed Mohnirs 50c Scotch Check 50c and 1 You cannot afford to miss the exceptional values we are offering in Cottons Good soft Bleached Cotton 6iciBetter Bleached Cotton 7ic Full standard Apron Gingham oc I WILLIAM R PATTIE Famous Southern Tenor and Popular Former Frank fort Boy Comes to Capital Theatre With Fausts Superb Minstrels Monday February 27 Judging from the unusual Interest that seems to have been aroused In the forthcoming engagement of Fausts Superb Minstrels whichScome to Capital Theatre Monday February 27 the theatre will hardly accommodate the loyal friends and acquaintances of popular Will Pat tie who claims Frankfort as his home and whom the metropolitan press has accorded unstinted praise referring to him as the cele brated Southern Tenor The local lodge of Elks of whom Mr Pattie is a member have ar ranged to entertain the members of the company after the show Mon day evening in his honor and it is a foregone conclusion that the e antlered brethren will turn out In goodly numbers and attend the per formance There is hardly a man woman or child in Frankfort and Franklin county that does not know and esteem the friendship of clever and popular Will Pattie and his friends in the city and county as well will undoubtedly embrace this opportunity to go and hear him sing and in cidentally witness one of the finest minstrel shows that has ever vis ited Frankfort Dont fall to see the great parade at noon and hear the Twilight Concert at 7 oclock in frpnt of the theatre Dont delay another moment but go to Barretts or telephone your request for seats as the house will undoubtedly be sold outflj noon Monday Prices entire lower floor 100 first two rows in balLEcony 75 cents balance balcony 50 cents gallery 25 cents STAMPING GROUND Misses Alma and Icy Tucker are visiting Miss Bridges in FrankfortDiedOf pneumonia the four months old infant child of Mr Milton Burgess Mr B R Jones and wife have moved to Lexington to reside We had a unique preacher in our town Sunday night He preached on Fishing at the Baptist Church He is the Rev J W Rowley who styleshimself- the highway and byway preacher The ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist Church gave a pleasant and profitable entertain ment at the City Hall on Wednesday night February 22 Mr W B Perry aged 08 years died very suddenly on February 15 while engaged in feeding his stock in his barn It is supposed that heart disease carried him off as he was found lying on the barn floor on his face UNO THAT TICKLING IN THE THROAT One minute after taking One ticklinginthe throat not the stomach Harmless good for children A L Spoftord postmaster at Ches ter Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of One Minute Cure half an hour apart speedily cured her I CoughCuredone in our family It always gives relief Sold by J WGayle d fj r For the Roundabout 187tA VALENTINE 1905 f MAcroElsdayaA bit of memory made its happy why IAOne thread of gold in oldstyle f FWithold lang syne II Friends of my youth remembered k rIA friendshipdearType of the promise of the radiant year- N S COY Fob 17 1005 Friday w riCOLONISTFEB 21 AND MARCH 21 JHOUSEKEEPERS RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 7 AND 21 via Pailwayto Arkansas Colorado Indian Ter lbruskaother territory- A j series of very low one way and hAabovefCdandThe SOUTHERN RAILWAY I has its own line and runs two solid trains daily from LexingtollX Louisville and to St Louis t For rates schedules and full information apply toIG B Allen A G T A St f Louis Mo C H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky T C Crews T P A ton Kyri d y J jt fp 1 LI Itfiltt T 1e FrankfortRoul1daDout Entered at the postotlko at Frntilcfort Ken tucks secondclass mailable matter TOEO A LEWIS ProY and Pub q r FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 25 1905 tTOOUR PATRONS r Somjrweeka ago wo sent notices to those of our patrons who were in arrears for the Roundabout as to the amount and requesting settlement Ve are glad to say thatquite a large number of them have responded To those who are still in arrears we wish to give notice that we shall be compelled to stop their papers in the near future if they do not settle Kindly bear this 9iin mind and square up tf y TO THE TOBACCO RAISERS OF KENTUCKY Carlisle Ky Feb 10 1005 Editor Mercury I see that you are interested in the tobacco raisers of the State which will ever redound to your creditI of you a short space in your paper while I give to the sugyYou truthfully said last week that the moneyed men of the East were the masters of the situation Let me suggest a remedy for this and nothing is simpler Let a time be fixed say March 1 1905 for a convention to be held at Moysville Ky composed of one memberfrom each county in Ken tucky Tennessee Virginia North and South there r and then form a corporation composed of a President to be elected by the delegates and said members from said States be the direc- torsf the main object of which is to manufacture all of the tobacco grown in said States and let that be the capital The farmers of said States r ought to buy their wheat corn t oats cattle hogs and sheep fro- mConsumption r tjj There is no specific for J consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil pf lions of people throughout the world are living and in good health on one lung fj From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take i SCOTTSEMULSION longAexcepting butter so easily digested and absorbed by the system as cod liver oil in the p form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous jJ We will send you a sample free q Be sure that this picture in the form of a label hon the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buyI Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street a New York soclnellil ill elruulau 4 Deadly Grasp of Grip Prostrated Me Dr Miles Nerving Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large percentage trace the cause directly to It is a germ disease and makes a direct attack upon nerves putting an extra strain upon them at the time their ity is at the lowest ebb If LaGripp has left you with a shattered nervous system with loss of appetite lack of ins mnia frequent and morbid tendencies strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back and restore the nerves to their normal activity I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those vho have suffered from that dreaded disease I suffered eralweeks with itandnothingItriedseemed- to benefit me in any way shape or form suffered almost death and finaly my daughter recommendd Dr Miles Nervine to me I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief huilt up shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly it want to say each and every one has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant relief by getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on havmn it and take HopinKthisMss GEURGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Send or free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases AddreM Dr tiles Medical Co Elkhart Iud other States and turn their atten tion to the raising of tobaccothe reason of this is that you can buy cheaper than you can raise it Tobacco is King and these States can control the market of the world if they will simply fol low out this planV BUCKLER From Carlisle Mercury Feb 22 05 I OBITUARY On Saturday morning February 11 deaths angel again visited us and took from us our dear grand mother Mrs Sarah A Your tha result of the infirmities of age She was eightyone years old and has been a dear affectionate wife faithful mother true sister and loving grandmother She was taken with a cold while on a visit to her Daughters in Frankfort and was not able to be moved home She has for the last ten years made her home with her daughter Mrs J V Crane It seems that trouble for this family is growing Only four months ago Mrs Cranes only son was taken from her arms and now she must give up her faithful mother who has clung to her in all her trials and troubles She was a devout lady a member of the Southern Presbyterian Church She was beloved by all of her ac quaintainces She leaves six daughters one son four sisters one brother and a host of grand children and friends to mourn her untimely death The remains were laid to rest in the Frankfort cemetery We miss thee from our home Granny IVe miss thee from thy place A shadow oer qurlife is cast Ve miss the sunshine of thy face We miss thy kind and willing hand Thv fond and earnest cure Our home is dark Granny We miss thee everywhere F Too late to cure a cold after consumption has fastened its deadly grip on the lungs Take Dr Woods NorwayPine Syrup while yet tl re FINE CROP OF TOBACCO By a dispatch from Versailles to the CourierJournal February 10 we learn that Hon L justfinishedbuyer for the American Tobacco Company in this city his crop of 47775 pounds of tobacco which he sold at an of 14 cents proIducedland which is an average yield of inIcomeof 81830 three times the estimated value of the land For the THE RoundaboutI Oh Capitol a vexing question hash thou boon And for place much legislation hast thou seen Almost since the first assembly- was convened To change you by some It best was deemed Until it was settled by assembly ninetyfourWhloh the old ground just as before And to the commissioners they did declare That they must build the new house only there They sought oer the land every where Until they found a plan so large They could not get it on the square have they fulfilled their charge And then the gubernatorial chair To call another assembly did de olare To find a piece of other ground To fit time plan they had found To be continued some other time- AMIGO February 6 1905 REUNION KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY One of the most important movements in the history of Ken tucky University was inaugurated Thursday night when it was de cided to have a reunion of all old students alumni and others dur ing commencement week in June The matter was discussed thud decided upon at a meeting held ab the residence of President Burris A Jenkins at which there were present Prof T B McCartney Prof A R Milligan Prof Henry Lloyd J W Porter Enoch Gre han President B A Jenkins B H Calhoun Prof Milton Elliott and Judge Mat Walton The former students of Kentucky University the direct suc cessor of the oldest educational institution west of the Allegheny Mountains are scattered all over the world and the reunion planned is upon a scale of such magnitude that nothing like it has ever been seen in the South- A committee will be appointed to communicate at once with prominent K U students in all parts of the country State re union committees bo organ ized and each State organization will work towards the end of interesting all University students in that State to come to the re union Fully three thousand peo ple are expected BIG OUTDOOR DINNER The feature of the reunion will be a dinner held on the lawn at Gratz Park Four prominent men will make addresses among whom will be Rev E L Powell of LouisvilleArrangements will also be made for the entertainment of visitors Hundreds will be entertained as guests in the various homes of the city while others will be taken care of at the hotels No definite arrangement has yet been made as to the details of this great undertaking but it is the plan to have a compact and com plete working organization Tho presence here of threa thousand former students will be of untold value to Lexington and the day will be an important one in the history of Kentucky University as well as that of the city itself as the old students to be thus brought together are men of dis tinction occupying positions of trust honor and influence in every waJk of life professional and pri vateIt is the desire of the organiza tion to see the names of old stu dents of the college in every State and country where they are known to be scattered and those whoso memory serve them correctly enough to recall such names and addresses are requested to com municate them At present Presi dent Jenkins will be pleased to receive and take charge of such communications 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 These Famous 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 hy J W Gayle Pleasant to take I Laxativew Syrup 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 salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND SOc PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze Your Windows 4Ir I have an immense stock of GLASS all sizes and CUA interest you as to price and quantity FRANK GI STAGG i Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE OCT 10 1001 v EAST OUND WESTBOUND fI iIi i No 2 No4 No1 INo 8 t IDailyEx c r 1 A M LoavoIiN PM jPiLeave AT 226 745 0 Lexington 0 1010 8M 810 825 20 Wlnchester 20 929 520 ti50 0181 Clay City 887 485 J14M449 1008 62 Torrent 747 847 611 1029 70 Beattyville Junction 726I 826 a I615 1180 1Jackson 625 l 225 Trains No 3 and connect at O E Junction with the O E for Cannel City and fjloon points on that tine Trains No and 2 connect at Beattyvillo Junction with the L A tJjfUy foe Trains Noa and 8 connect with the 0 O By at L E Junction for J at Sterling and local station- J B fGeneralOHIO AND KENTUCKY t RAILWAYIfNO No 22 Daily Daily stations Mis Ex Sund Ex Mia A M Lye PM LyeIPMArJ iI i o 980 286 Jackson 880 11m 0 0 925 260 O S Junction 885 1126 1 848 158 Wllhurst 417 1163 i 10I n50 se9 128 162 Hampton Leo City 400 1258 hesY 122 Helechawa 618 1228 at 716 106 Cannel City 54l 1245 YI Nos 21 and 23 will makejcloao connection at 04t E JnnotionJLwith Noe 8 and 4 for on the Lexlngton Ipolnta nd3ButernRailway1C LJCONLSYlSuperlntendent A1 keep the best grade of Hosiery L 1We4 Fe and Gordon Dye Our lOc 15c and 2i0 Ladies Misses and Boys Hose are great values Kabo R G Royal Worcester and Flexibone Corsets Are the highest grade We have the best 50c Corset we have ever shown Agent for Butterick Patterns n CHAS J WEITZEL Successor to Weltzel ODonnell FIFTY YEARS OF PRACTICE t Dr U V Williams has issued an invitation to the Franklin t County Medical Society to attend a banquet at his handsome home on Steele street to commemorate the 50th anniversary of hisjprac tice as a physician The affair will come off on Friday night r March 8d The following is the program 1- rII Uoasts II 1 Levtycus xvi 11 A Jubilee shall the fiftieth year be toye Rev M B Adams 2 So we grew together like a double cherry se lggpatted Loves Labour Lost Dr William Loulsvtnef 3 Who mixed reason with pleasure And wisdom with worth Dr J P Stewart Stewarts Home 4 As I have known him Dr E E Hume Frankfort Ky 5 Heres to the friends we class as old Heres to those we class as new May the new neer to us grow old And the old neer grow newIC Where are the castles in the air That childhood built in lifes warm spring Those tender hopes that budded fair bringtr South Frankfort Ky eulogyjShe is the endurable aristocrat Elects without voting Governs without law And decides without appealDr James B Bullltt Louisville Ky S Incongruvlalities The Host li mostlyIDr Flora W Mastin Frankfort Ky 10 If you want to live long and be happy play the game as our host has done if the ante isnt too high only the lucky live to tell the tale Dr Wm Cheatham Louisville Ky 11 0 wad some power the giftie to gie us To see oursels as ithers see us Dr George F Thompson Frankfort Ky p 12 What I would like to say about him I Dr James R Ely Frankfort Ky Jo Office Experiences Dr Neville M Garrett Frankfort Ky doubttDr C A Fish Frankfort Ky 15 The good die young r Heres hoping you may alb live long Dr Emmett Allen Bridgeport Ky 16 Some of us have what we want all the time t All of us have what we want some of the time But we cant all of us have all we i4 Want all of the time l Dr Louis Frank Louisville Ky r 17 Between two worlds we hover like a star rt Twixt night and morn upon the horizons verge How little do we know that which we are How less what we may be- i Rev Wm Crowe Frankfort Ky r t yind now we beglidtrthe next half century 1 ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE As administrator of the estate of John Green deceased I desire to give notion to those Indebted to the estate to come forward and settle Those claims against such decedent will present them properly proven as required by law ZACK CHUROH Administrator 234t PUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic ElectricBitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 540 St Clair Ave Col umbus 0writes For several mouths 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 eiitirely cured Guar anteed by all druggists Price 50c Diptheria relieved in twenty minutes Almost miraculoup Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil At any drug store WANTED Special representative iu 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 ex penses paid each Monday by qllurtersExpeuses manent Ve furnish everything Address THE COLUMBIA 080 Monon Building Chicago Ill 1924t DO IT TODAY juwetionNeveryou can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today 1 That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you Imvu peen strug gling for several days perhaps WOPKH Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over thirty five years A few doses of w undoubtedly ruliavo your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure us it has done before in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts If rIDr Weaver Treatment Bjrnp for the blood C ratof or skin eruptions I A TOUCHING STORY II the saving from death of the baby girlof Geo A Eyler Cumberland Md He writesAtthe 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 iIed to try Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief f after taking four bottles perIfectAt all druggists 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle freeIWANTED MEN AND WOMEN ndJoiliingterritorleEZ 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 BIOP Co Dept 4 Monon Bldjr Obi cage III 1824t SALESMEN WANTEDThreo OountyTownship Kentucky counties and towns fully indeed all railroads shown and distances between nil towns on sumo plainly marked A splendid opportunity for energeticI men Rand Me cago GRA 8LU 55NurseriesJ SPRING 1905 slShrubsan establishment We sell direct to ents1rleenJHIapplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 248u LADIES WANTED A bright Energetic oman positionstnndingSalaryexpenses Monday di roct from headquarters Expenses everythingAddress Block Chicago Ill19i14t Dr J S Collins DENTIST KyIKodol Dyspepsia iCure DlgMtc what Yu sat CASE AFTER CASE Plenty More Proof Like This in Frankfort Scores of Frankfort people can KidneyPiUsmakes a public statement of his experience Hero is a case ofit What better proof of merit canabe had than such endorsement TJG Choate proprietor of the Frankfort Planing Mill residing at 420 St Clair St says In almost constant misery during the j day and restless and sleepless at night from the dull aching across the small of my back and through the kidneys expresses my condi tion for some years I also suf fered a great deal from headaches f and spells of dizziness and oftenqwhen I arose I was almost for a time There was a difficulty with the kidney secretions which annoyingand used lots of medicine obtain ing little or no behefit until Doans Kidney Pills were so per sistently recommended to me by a friend that I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I took them as dirceted and must say they helped me a great deal strougerI Rrwasof Doans Kidney Pills my cone dition is so much improved that I feel like a new man For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co soleagentsforRemember the name Doans and take no other 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 The years cometand go Time brings many changes but the old reliable 1EMstill leader of all fine flours Sold only by Grocers Scald head io an eczema of the scalp very severe sometimes but it can be cured Deans Oint d meat quick and permanent in its results At any drug store 50 cents Queen and- Crescent Route snoiiest Route AND sScheduler BETWEENGEORGETOWN 4 7Jr CINCINNATI rr CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND t TEXAS POINTSpWrite for Rates and Printed Matter G E GL0RKE- T P A 89 Mill Street Lexiiftoa Keiticky tw ATXEINXIO1N FARMERS f t f I Now is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for Pittsburgh PerfectJL Strong sttl Will Confornr f J S t A the most i WorldS TEEL FBN0Eunev n grounr Welded by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry vI We also have Fertilizers for tobacco beds Tarpaulins for protecting your crops iClover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements f itBoth 307309 Phones Main St P C SOWER CO Frankfort Kentucky J RIVER MEETINGI A mass meeting of citizens was y held on Thuursday night to urge upon Congress additional approM- 1 for the Kentucky river improvement A committee was appointed to the resolutions to Washington City r InuteCoughCureFor l IN MEMORIAM t T In loving memory of Elnora Gordon who died February 8 1904 Dear Elnora one long year has gone A sad long year tis true dayWeThough sleeping in the lonely grave Beneath the mantled sod We feel and know your Christian soul Has found its home with God MOTHER BROTHERS AND SIS TERS BADLY SCALDED t A little fouryear old child of Mr Tandy an empoye of the Hemp Mills stumbled and fell into a nnof water on Wednesday findwas badlly scalded Dr J S Goodrich is rendering all surgical attention i needed The little one suffered I considerable 4 rLikea I v t sky comes 1Sthe star of health to the weak and h Vdendyspepticach stomachItself digestiveor KodoIIsupplies the natural i juices of digestion and tv does the work of the lv stomach relaxing whileInervous tension the inflamed muscles I and membranes of that organ are allowed to i rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by I cleansing purifying and c fachanddigestive KodolDyspepsiaCureYear Bottles only 5100 Slut holdlnr 2K times the trial size which sells for SOc FmartJ E cawltt CO CHICAGO For Bflie by J W Gayle druggist ASK FOR THE 1905 KQDOL ALMA NAG AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR l Gft ROMEO AND JULIET Simvelles scenic and electric production of the immortal Bards most beloved and popular piny will be given in its entirety at Capital Theatre Thursday even ing March 2 The plays of Shakespeare are the most widely read literary pro beeDIwere pos sible to collect a copy of each of the various editions that have been printed since Shakespeares time a large library could be plays111ave lated in almost every conceivable fashion His plays have been enacted in every land that has a stage by actors of high and low degrees Even the Japanese have played Home and Juliet and a peculiar Romeo and Juliet it must have been in the land of harikari These facts show the immense popularity of Shakespeare as a literary force greater probably than that of all other writers combined pretendsiits course of study Congressmen theirIspeeches divines weave his good and whole some advice into their sermjons Many business men and women read Shakespeare after a hard days work for relaxation and instruction The vagrant arraigned before the magistrate holds up a wellthumbed volume and tries to prove that he is respectable because he reads Shakespeare Why is Shakespeare every mans author Why is there not the same interest attached to John son or Iarlowe or the dozen other great writers of Shakes peares time Why do we read or see Shakespeares plays at all It is because Shakespeare knew the human heart and soul as no other writer has known them because he was not only a great writer correct in form and artis tic in expression but also the greatest philosopher of all ages as wellThose who are familiar with Shakesnearo embrace at all times the opportunity to see any of his immortal plays To those who are not it is a revelation so far beyond the petty plays of modern dramatists from any and all points of view that there is no possible chance comparison THE SUSNHINE OF SPRING The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunAhine of spring Miss H M Middleton Thebes Ill says I was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful De Witta Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by J W Gayle F A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE KINGS DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL AT FRANKFORT KY Some years ago the ladles of the Kings Daughters Circle undertook for their especial work the care of the sick poor of the community The town was districted and vis iting committees were appointed to go into the homes of the sick to find out what was needed and to supply the needs to the best of their ability After two years of such work it was decided the best and most ef fectual way of accomplishing this would be to rent a small house hospitalThis the Circle had only three nnndred 300 dol lars in the treasury- A general canvass of the town was made and enough money raised to swell this amount to one thous and 1000 dollars A small house was rented at ten 10 dollars per month and fitted up with odd pieces of old furniture except the iron beds which were purchased from the fund In July on the sixteenth day in the year 1896 the hospital was opened with a reception to the pub lie The work is being carried on in the same building still At first a employedtocial qualifications for the work but it was soon found necessary to employ a regular graduate nurse at thirty 30 dollars per month an assistant some young girl anxious to gain u little experience before entering a regular training school We were able to get such an one for A10001tmonthThe hospital can only accommo date seven patients The one room down stairs is ten C10 dollars per week an upstairs room seven dol lars per week if only one is in a room if more than one five 5 dollars each Pay patients beside their hospital charges pay for their medicines and their doctors bills all other patients and by far patientsfurnished with medical attention all necessary drugs board and washing free of charge The doctors of this city give their services to this hospital each serv lug one month in turn As there are about eighteen doctors on the visiting list this makes each serve eighteenToo in praise of the Frankfort doctors The interest they have taken their willingness to respond at alt times to any demand mad upon their KlngsDaughtersoases No charity oaso is admitted ex physicianing that the patient has no conta gious disease and can be benefited by a stay at the hospital If a case be pronounced incurable by the physician in charge our rule is to not Keep It more than six weeks hut we have really often such oases more than three months- All patients are admitted at the discretion of the hoard of mana gers upon application from the physiciansThe of managers is com posed of fourteen members of the Circle elected annually by the Cir cle They have entire charge of the hospital and all pertaining there unto buystheanother time coal another the gen eral supplies another has charge of house etc anojthor the linen This relieves the nurse of the cares of housekeeping and we have found our expenses are re duced to a minimum when we attend to things ourselves 2 The county gives us an appropriation of three hundred CBoo dol f t j t l i JJJb Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quati The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRIB LOLLr216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky lars per year and the oity three hundred 800 dollars per year pay ing by the month The revenue from pay patients is very small the rest of the money is raised by the efforts if the Kings Daugh tern in giving entertainments etc The Kirgs Daughters have never found it to canvass the town or ask for contributions from the but once since the hos openedThat the early part of 1900 during the time of the political ex impossibleinment of any kind Our bills have always been met promptly and the Circle has never been one cent in debt at any time That you may better understand note the following report for the year REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1904 OF KINGS DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL Number of pay patients 18 patients 21 patients 21 ITotnl 55 pai 257 10 Receipts from county 800 00 Receipts from city 800 00 Total receipts 857 10 Total expense account for year 2255 60 Less 6710 byCircle 1808 59 Average expense per month 188 00 The city and county each having contributed three hundred 800 dollars and each having had twenty one patients their average expense for each patient was four teen 1420 dollars and twenty nine cents beIdays each which made the county pay us at the rate of sixtytwo patientEach ten days in the hospital which made the city pay at the rate of one 143 dollars and fort three cents per dny for each patientIWhen you realize that this in cludes everything furnished the pa tients you will see how inadequate the appropriations are There was one county patient whose individual drug bill for ono month was twentyfive 25 dol lIars He was there three months anythingdonecurable contagious diseases such as cancer and consumption in their homes nor for the colored people is also a part of the Oirolasj work and coal medicines alone as well as in many oases pri vate nurses have been furnished And now just a word about the new hospital movement In the fall of 1003 it was decided by the Circle thnt the work had entirely out grown the present As grand as the results have been so far working under so many disadvantages in a cramped building without an operating room or any the modern appliances that are necessary for the proper main 10f of hospital work a wide lays before us It had been demonstrated to the publIc that a hospital v as a ne cessity and could be successfully maintained in Frankfort Acting upon the advice of the advisary board consisting of six business men it was decided to build and uptodate sary appliances and conveniences This building is already under headway and we hope to complete it in the early spring as soon as the weather will permit The total cost of the lot corn pleted building and the necessary equipment will be nine thousand dollars Over five thousand has been raised in cash and one thousand s dollars more is promised as soon us we raise the remaining twentyfive hundred this we ooh fldpntly hope to do by the ime the building is completed This money with the exception of a few hun dred raised by the Circle in giving entertainments has all been raised by private subscription new building will accommo date fourteen patients Rooms for four pay patients and two charity wards of five beds each A model operating room preparation room nunos room office three bath rooms dining room kitchen lawnhdry furnace room storo room halls etc At many times since the hospital was opened nine years ago the prospect has scorned very discouraging and we have been rend almost to give up hope but we have patiently persevered in His name and the outcome has been far more successful than we have ever dared to hOlleITARKINGTONS NEW BOOK i Booth Tarkington it will be remembered was a short time ago elected a member of the Indiana Legislature and during the last year there have been appearing in the monthly magazines stories by him written out of his political experiences dealing chiefly with political characters and po t litical situations in a small Mid 4 dle West community These po litical stories have been collected and will be pubished by McClure- Phillips in book form the latter xaInHoosier people and the humorous and pathetic figures that rise out political s ically shown in Mr Tarkingtons stories He touches the life withjsomewhat the same mixture 4Aderural comedies try a i Ft CASTORiAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of r = EammctIiI CJ1earanoe E3a1eOur Annual January Sale will commence Saturday the 14th This advertisement contains but a few of the bargains that await you j TABLE LINEN NOTIONS BIG JANUARY SALE OF LADIES GREAT SALE OF SILKS COLORED DRESS GOODS CLEAR L READYTOWEAR UNDEUG A R 5lo for 72 inch Tablo Linen worthafar Hair Pine MENTS Our reputation ns leaders in thisANCE7- 575a85ofor Dress Goods worth 500i100 up 45c for Dress Goats worth80 for Clarks Spool Cotton Ladies Drawers every pair well ns to say anything except to extend 59c for Dress Goods worth 7 40 for card Safet 1Ladiesmade and Dicel U yaninvitation for you to come and bIiiy possibleTOWELSpricos7Mofor Silks worth UNDEUWEAE12c 59o for Silks worth 7po BLACK DRESS GOODSI 16o for Huck Towels worth 20o So dozen for Pearl Buttons 15o for Vests worth 25o 4o yd best Calico 60 doz for Rubber Dressing Combs11o for Drawers worth 25o 69o for Silks worth 85o Unusual itook in this department 60 yd four quarter Brown Cotton 85o for Vests worth 60o Handuerohidfs from 4o for Silks worth f suitable for Skirts Tailorfie yd four quarter Bleach Cotton up85o for 17rawere worth 79o I Separate 60 yd Apron Gingharn Stocks and Turnovers from 7a up 890 for Union Suits worth 76o Crepe do Chine 89o all colors Gowns and House Dresses D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRA ST EETfIi S RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 n in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 9J6a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible ClnAtTau ht by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran gers invited to join taughtbyBaptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 630 p mIciple Whioh Prayer meeting Wednesday night atohapelVisitors invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPALCHURCHRev A B Chinn roe tor 20r980 Sundayschoolt 1180 Morning Prayer and Ser- itzronWednesday 780 Evening Prayer IflFrldnyat 780 Bible Study at 750 These services are all open to the J f public 3 r CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 11 C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 050 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapelThe Junior Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in the chapel Everybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowo the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 7BO p m- Sundayschool at 030 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 P in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p in- Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oclock a High Mass at 10 a m mISundayschool 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHURCR Rev J McCIushey Blayney T D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 645 p m All the young people are invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 The public Is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p in Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at tend IDr r Weavers Syrup and Cerate Bacoeiaf nl treatment for blood and akin diseases WANTED Ten men in each State to travel tacksigns and distribute samples and circulars of our goods Sal djiyforKUHLMAN CO ChicagoICANDIDATE 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 SilksSILKS Silks r Taffeta Taffeta iChiffoneJ liescannot fail being impressed with J- our new Spring Dress Silks and Patterns We are careful to avoid duplicates so our custom ers will find our designs exclus 9Housekeepingtable cloths towels napkins and boquet cloths F J HEENEY I 1 EDISSOUTION i SALE jr On account of the death of Capt W T Havens who was a member of the firm of Collins Havens ti jt dissolution sale will take place in which their entire stock of Hardware will be sold sale to begin r4tFl Lr fi ElI3Fl1T Fl 1st AND TO ONTINVE FOR THIRTY ti1i t TERMS STRICTLY CA IIti jj The stock of goods consists of a general line of Hardware such as Builders Hardware Carpenters Tools k t r Xh l r iths Tools SrddltTy Hardware Stoves in fact everything to be found in a firstclass hardware storcf Vi ifBlacksm i S nayeiusfcIf 20 AAft Bolts ul designs anof which will be incliidecl in 7 f i oourdissolution sale at cost Rkk 4In addition we have farm implements of all kinds such as Tornado Disc Harm f ih TOWS Steel Land Rollers A Harrows Malta Double Shovel Plows Syracuse Hill i K side Plows Twohorse Corn Planters Steel Roofing Iron and Steel Tarred J r Paper Roofing Paints and Oils Onehorse Corn Planters Malta Cultivators Vul I ft can Plows Steel Plows Seed Drills Glass Surreys and Buggies Guns and Amfr i Dlunl tIon Sporting Goods d if A full line of Buggy Harness and Plow Gear as follows Breeching Buggy and Surrey Harness Harness Back Bands Cotton Rope Lap Robes Horse Collars- f tIf Trace Chains Manilla Rope Horse Blankets A full line of Wagon Material atsuch as Rims Spokes Buggy Shafts These are a few of the items contained in our stock t All persons indebted to the firm of Collins HlX0nB bra requested to paake eett eBjent of oncet i jJW I r THE ROUNDABOUTS DE PARTMENT OF LITERA TURE EDUCATION HISTORY An Epoch in History History says a writer in its simpler form is but the story of those whose lives exerted so marked an influence upon their times that they should be recorded for the instruction of mankind and the schoolchild in Franklin underSstand distinctly the formation of his State and country also to mime the principle events con neo ed therewith to be thor oughlyconversant with govern mental legislative judicial and educational data But is he i Let me speak in the interest of thet1lawgiver commanded the Israel lites to teach the children and they were thus to grow up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord The Chinese though rele gated to ranks of heathenism in our wise estimation teach their children customs manners and i i traditions The Mexicans and Indians do likewise the children of these wild uncivilized tribes being familiar with natures phases the trees of the forest birds haunts and habits tran scending the laws of tribal de scent having courage of convic tion and race pedigree and yet we Southern womenwhose history far surpasses in its pathos and its tragedy the Iliad of the immortal Greekare resting secure and con tent allowing our children to grow up in entire ignorance of Southern literature States rights and with out any knowledge of the causes for the Civil war If we could go into the slums and manufactoring districts of our great American cities we would be astonished and horrified at the swarms of human beings leveled to the plane of animals a foreign element outside the pale t outragingGod i without a country but these have an influence which shall become a dominant factor in the cycle of another decade Who then shall be hewers of wood and drawers of water Our children or theirs Ignorance and anarchism vs patriotism and education is a stu pendous Question confronting the parents of this enlightened Come monwealth Kw patriotioFrench sought to impress on a nephew a sense of his duty to his country the young man turned upon him with the question i Uncle what is my country a He replied It is the sky above you the sun that gives you light U the winds that fan your cheek the incurring seasons all that make a genial and salubrious clime it is not alone that earth beneath your feet which is circumscribed by the boundary lines of the kingdom with its hills and vales and streams its forests and fields but its toiling and directing and achieving millions and their homes in the districts and the cities the government that ad ministers the laws and the army and navy that protect you it is your food and drink and raiment f you father and mother who have reared you and made you what you are it is all who love you it is the memory of our ancestdrsmen and wqmen who for two thousand years have been making our beautiful France what she is the pride of her peo pIe andthe wonder of the nations All these and more are your country and the noble soul will hold them sacred in thought and give them lasting love and un jFranklin nguished for having the State Capitol which now promises to be one of ti the finest in the United States f The county was formed In 1794 and bears the name of the philosopher and statesman Benjamin x Franklin Frankfort the seat of justice and the capitol is picturesquely situated on the Ken tuoky river about sixtysix miles above its mouth It is claimed that its name was attained in con sequence of a skirmish that occurred on the spot where the town now stands between a band of Indians and William Bryant 1 Nicholas Tomlin Ellison Williams Stephen Frank and others Frank was killed in the fight and to perpetuate his memory the place was culled Frankfort The tall monumental shaft in the beautiful cemetery is well worthnotice from an historic view for the names onsoribfid upon its surface tell of valor und victories won hut the worthy to be commemorated in the annals of the future historian is this Commensurate with hog and hominy shot mud shell The first Constitution adopted in con vention at Danville April 19 1792 required the General As sembly to meet at Lexington on Juno 4 1792 and provided the following mode for fixing the sent of government The House dur ing the sessions in 1792 should choose hy ballot twentyono per sons from whom the representa tivos from Mercer and Fnyetto counties should alternately strike one until the twentyone should be reduced to five who or any three of them concurring should have power to fix on the place for the seatof government to receive grants from individuals therefor arid to mftkc such conditions with the proprietors of the landas them should seem right toI should be to theagreed by proprietor and layoff a town thereon m manner as they should judge most proper Accordingly on June 18 1792 John Allen and John Edwards of Bourbon county HenryLeenedy of Madison were chosen commissioners During the sum mer mid fall ensuing they visited the several points which made proposalsLegerwood Bend De laneys Ferry Petersburg Louis ville Lexington Frankfort and Leestown one mild fort canvassed them and on December inthoroughlyI Lexington resolved fort was the most proper place for the seat of government John Edwards was absent trio of the board Robert Todd being one were in favor of Lexington and two of Frankfort Gen Todd al though largely interested as the owner of much land near Lexing ton and a resident there ratherI than have it said that his ment was biased by changed his vote and interestI Frankfort the three sary December 8 the report of the committee was approved by the Legislature and the question settled The which induced this location wasI1st By Andrew Holmes to con vey the government a seven years the house and teneI ment lately occupied by Gen James WiJJdnson b absolutely the lots Public Ground Nos 58 59 68 74 75 79 88 and 84 c choice of thirty lots yet unsold on alternate of half of all thu unsold 74 lots and if more space is requisite will lay off into halfacre lots fifty acres more and convey onehalf of them d the rents of warehouse for seven years e ten boxes 10x12 window glass 1500 pounds nails 50 lbs 106i worth pf locks and hinges and an equivalent of stone and scantling for building all delivered upon the Public Ground or in place of the latter stone that will build 1500 perches of wall in any part of Frankfort and the use of his saw mill carriage and two good horses until a sufficiency of scantling for a State House procured and the privilege o timber from any of his tract 2d The bond dated August 9 lfinkIfortHarryBennett Pemberton Benjamin Craig Jere Craig William Hay don Daniel James and Giles Sam uelto pay the commissioners 8000 in species gold or silver For innocency of conception freshness of arrangement and Godlike justice in continuity und sequence this body of men stand equally with the framers of the declaration of independence- Let us teach the children this epoch in our States immortal his tory and feel tile pride in State and county commensurate with its glory CpJHny YHI2 182181 N SCOX February 18 1905 Dr Wearers Treatment Sjrap parlflea the blood Cerate hea1JkiD ornptloefc THE IRISH PAWNBROKERS Joe W Spears Comedian pre senting that over popular success The Irish Pawnbrokers is booked for Capital Theatre Tuesday February 28 This is its fourthsuccessful season nnda brand new fourth edition of the big fun maker is promised in which a consistent is told abounding in ninny amusing corn plications und mirth provoking situations This new edition is youngfarcewhoso successes have been many In the new edition of The Irish Pawnbrokers Mr Selden ia said to have done the best work of his career The company numbers twentyfive people headed by that incomparabl trio Vedlev and Mack and Masde Trumbuli well and favorably known as the farce comedy star triumvirate They are ably assisted by such clever artists as Carver Pollard The Columbian Comedy Four a quartette of sweet singers John Clyde Elmer McConnaba Winni fred Stewart Clara Sherwood HIDollbeauty chorus Manager Spears has spared no expense in producing this his fourthedition An entire new scenic outfit has been provided so that now he carries every stick of scenery used in the production The costuming is said to be a marvel of the modistes art Special attention has also been paid to the musical numbers Mr Selden having written several productionthe recent successes will be found PUBLICSALE FRIDAY FEB 24th 1905 At 10 oclock I will sell at auc tion on the farm known as the Freeman farm on the Leestown and Lexington pike near Ducker Station the following 1 pair of eightyearold work mules 1 fiveyearold work mule 1 small yearling mule 1 extrd good family and road horse six years old 1 extra good saddle and harness pony eight years old 2 good work horses fresh milch cow 8 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 spring wagon Deederich 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 1 hemp machine good as new house built on wheels a good one slid somethinguseful to farmers i 7 sets of dump cart gear some of them nearly new 8 sets of wagon breeching plow gear lot of horse collars and humus and other articles TERMS OF SALE2000and under cash over that amount 4 months credit without interest Sale positive W F HEARNE- BEN PEAK Auctioneer tffDr Cadys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bud condition Tonic blood purifier ar7 vermifuge They are not food r1 medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 0 cents per package For sale by J W 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gins once and continues for twenty years after death when the face bond becomes due payable shall pleased callrfull information concerning same Ralph R Wilson District Managere Frank Ce Hutchison and Walter Local Solicitors tPHONB 43JTO TOBACCO SHIPPERS We wish state friends throughout tho tobacco growing sections that not connected directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company We conduct Strictly Inde pendent Warehouse Commission Business BRIDGES Prop Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 24lm JSf For Infants Children the of f a I A r r Have seen new r in at J of and I be to and give Crady OLD to to our we are a C A CO r J It T lWANTED 1SKUNKj Address L22mA rP Zf genuineLaxative r the remedy that cures ft cold fa day f