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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j THE FRAMFOET ROUNDABOUT J I 1I2 2 d14 IT DOES NOT t Require much figuring to see that you gain by trading at this store You will find here besides lowest prices QUALITY You know that QUALITY counts for a great deal And again you are always sure to get new stylish goodsthe kind that please Every day NEW SPRING GOODS are arriving by freight and express We would like to have you call and see them We will be pleased to show them whether you want to buy or not LADIES TAILORMADE 8UITS The styles we are showing in Ladies Suits are much prettier than any previous seasons Panama Suits short or medium length jacket plaited skirt extra value 1500 and upwards Covert Suits short or medium length jacket plaited effect excellent values 1800 to 2500 Silk Suits the Redingote Style in brown black and blue extra quality of Taffeta Silk 3000 Covert Jackets a large selection correct styles 500 700 1000 Silk Coats in tight or loose fitting good quality of silk 600 and upwards SKIRTS We are showing a very large variety in Panama Cheviot Lustre Silk and Serge at 500 and upwards SILKS For Shirtwaist Suits A stock that we are proud of We have them in the plain and fancy weaves Also in checks and changeable shades at from 59c per yard upwards Extra values in black Taffeta Silk at 50c per yd and upwards DRESS GOODS You will find the newest and most stylish weaves at our store Pana mss Serges Voiles DRAP DE ALMA Sicilians Lustres Etc at 50c and upwards COLORED WASH GOODS We always show an immense stock of WASH GOODS This season we are showing by far the largest stock of COLORED WASH GOODS than ever before Also WHITE GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION You can depend upon what you buy here Special good values 10c 15c 25c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Another shipment just received We are offering extra values in Corset Covers and Drawers at 25c and upwards k Skirts and Gowns fine quality Muslin at50c and upwards EMBROIDERIES AND LACES We always show a large variety of patterns and the prices are low enough to please everybody CKAGINBRO41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge i f TWO MAGNIFICENT SERMONS Rev Dr J J Taylor President of Georgetown College came here on Saturday as the guest of Rev M B Adams and preached for Mr Adams on Sunday at the First Baptist Church The sermon in the morning was a powerful lucid and eloquent onlyiNeither is there Salvation in any other Acts 412 pertmentillustrations tion contained a gem in illustra tion to this effect A gentleman- was climbing the Alps withIguide in front and with a rope around his body to the body of the traveler At one point where frightfuldisappearedaround turned to the thoroughly alarmed poworfulhandhave to step on that hand in order precipicebelow do I know that you can convey dangerTheyears I have been the guide here andnever a man has been lost carryhimeler stepped out and was carried prencherheldof lost sinners and that no soul who had ever trusted to his care had or ever would be lost It produced a profound impression holdingthemIn the evening Dr Taylors theme was from the text Strive to Enter In Luke 2418 in which the eloquent preacher showed how easy it was from Gods side of the question for any one to become a Christian and yet how hard through the inner mnnkhimselfand the world to close in with the pitifulSaviorHe urged his audience to accept flowingfromthe human heart the gift of the blood of Christ and closed his mastorly appeal by a peroration of powerDr grand power in the pulpit and is president of the famous Georgetown Col- legeDWIWSalve For Ply Burns Soro KICKED BY HORSE HughOalllpbellto come in range of the heels ofa EugeneOarJeton and was kicked in the mouth crushing two teeth out It was lucky that the boys jaw bone was not broken DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN NEW ORLEANS New Orleans La was visited by a most destructive fire on Sunday last The docks elevators freight shed etc covering several miles were destroyed involving a loss of between 8000000 and 5000000This the worst fire over ex porienced by that city WILD SHOOTER Tom Griffy Jr took a shot nt Bobby Kinoaid on Saturday but proved not to be a good shooter and Kincaid escaped his vengeance They afterwards made it up aud no Arrest was made FIRST SHOWING OF LADIES SPRING OXFORDS THIS is going to be an Oxford seasoninstead of the lady of fashion will wear this spring a pair of welted sole Oxfords and a pair of uppers to protect the ankles Ye are ready with the latest styles in Laird Schober Cos AN- DQueen QualityC OXFORDS Patent leather gun metal and tan calf are the prevailing leatherswhile the pump and two eyelet Gibson blucher are the smart est of the new styles Then there is a variety of styles here hardly equalled by the larger city stores Look at them as shown in our show window You will find there an exhibition of whats what in new spring footwear such as can only be seen at Mc Clures countryLaird 500 Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 300 I ReK McCLURE SON FORKS OF ELKHORNi Mr Lnrue was called home from Kentucky Military Institute by the death of his grandmother Mrs Holton Mrs G M Brock and son George Jr are guests of friends in Louisville Mr H D Benedict of St Louis was the guest of Miss Carrie Brock Saturday and Sunday last BridgeIportlast week Mr M M Allen who has been quite ill is much better Mrs South Trimble who has been with her husband in Wash ington City was called home by the illness pf her family Mr Colby H Taylor and wife have moved to Glasgow where they will make their future home Mr John Bowens family have moved to the Taylor house Mr Frank Trimble of Ken tucky Military Institute is the guest of his mother Mrs South Trimble Mr Joe L Holton who has been quite ill is much better There will be services at the Christian Church Saturday even ing Sunday morning and Sunday evening All invited to attend Miss Elizabeth Adkins of Mill yule was the guest of friends here this week Mr John Holton and wife of Sholbyville have returned home Kings Daughters meetings wednesIdayMrs Fannie Holton who has been hovering between life and M Jy lJW n death for the past two weeks went peacefully to sleep Friday night at 1215 a m All of her lastIwas 75 years old She had lived a true Christian life always a kind word for every one and very so lioitous for her friends She leaves six children to mourn her loss Mrs Fannie Alley Mrs MaryHoltonhand Sandy Holton besides a host ends and relations The funeral services were con ducted on Sunday afternoon at 8 r oclock by Rev Father Major ofwhose Church she was a devoted member We extend our heartfelt sym pathy to the bereaved family Mr Ben F Suter of Texas has been back at his old home closing up his business 11 MissWilliana Stendinan visited Mrs Will South in Frankfort this eekIjCLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con consumptionis ripoor patient and the rich patient itoo can do much better at home r proper attention to and a regular use of GernanSyrup I Free expectoration morning is 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 1 land dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu laxly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives the few who are benefited land regain strength are those that German Syrup Trial bottle r SgistsJ Crutcher Simpson tt New Shoes New Clothing New Hats and Caps IBoltons Oxfords for ladies 300 and 3IiOFull and complete line for men All the new shapes in 11 H H Grays Oxfords for ladies 3 It 350and young men suitsriHedfern nox e sons ani di Oxfords for ladies 3 ThcRunnells Stiff and f 1rStrong and Garfields Oxfords for men 5 randSoft Hats iI The largest line of Misses and Children I 14- Oxfords and Slippers in Frankfort In all the new colorings and they are nobbyPrices 300 to 500iJrJliC 125 to 200 Guaranteed by the people you buy them from Full line of Mens Boys and Misses Caps 1i I CFlTTrCJ ElFil zj ivEIcEiNrJ ir r PERSONAL Mr Ben F Suter of Texas was in the city on Saturday- Mr Hubbard Toombs has gone to Now Albany Ind to reside Mr John P Hauloy went to Lou isville Sunday to visit his parents Mr Frank Heenoy returned from New York City on Saturday night Dr Wm F Beard of Shelbyville r visited friends here this week t Mr John B Lindsey has returned nfrorn a Southern trip Mr Albert H McClure returned Saturday from New York City Mr Jos Jouett and family have gone to Louisville to reside = Miss Anne Mason is visiting friends in Washington City Miss Florine Havens visited her 4sold home in Mt Sterling this week Mrs L Labrot has returned fro a visit to her son Mr Sylvester W Labrot in Mississippi Mrs Will S Morris is visiting 4 relatives at her old home in Crit londen county Mrs Geo Bryan of Georgetown who has been the guest of Mrs A M Slack has returned home Miss Clifford Hazelrigs has resigned her position at Mr C W Saffells Col C E Woods of Richmond l was in the oity Wednesday after noon Col Joe L Simcox left Tuesday for Plttsburg Penn in the inter- esti of the Kentucky Chair Co Mr R M Bergman came down tram Irvine on Tuesday to visit his family here nK E E Humo has returned from n business trip to Spencer county Mr Jae N Miles wIts and son of Lexington visited relatives here this week Miss Miriam Gaines of Crescent mUll was the guest of Miss Pattie vrWilliams this week Mrs J P Bryan of Louisville was the guest of her mother Mrs IMnria A Murphy Sunday Mrs Waller H Lewis has gone ifco New Orleans La to attend the Mardi Gras Mrs Mary Alhay of Detroit Mich is the guest of Dr J P SStewnrt at Stewart Home Mr Max Dorn of the Frankfort Broom Factory has gone to Chi J cago Ills on a business trip Mrs E C ORear is visiting her son Mr Prentiss 0 Rear at Mt Sterling Mr Marvin D Averill has re turned from a visit to relatives at JBarrodsburg Mr Kinnard and wife of Louis wale were guests of Judge J P Hobson and wife this week Mrs E Magoffln of Duluth TMJnn is the guest of Mr S J iShaokelford and wife Mrs Al W Smith is the guest of lier niece Mrs John W R Wil Mains Third and Conway streets Mr J M Alverson Represonta vivo from Lincoln county was her on Wednesday Mrs John E Miles has returned From a visit to her sister Mrs r Susie Fogg in Lexington Mr Clarence Wilson wife and son lott Thursday for their new Home in Henry county Mr Chas R McDowell of Danville was here in attendance upon the Court ot Appeals Saturday Mrs John G South visited her parents ExGov W O Bradley iandwife in Louisville this week Miss Laura Hall of Lexington who has boon the guest of relatives o Here has returned homo tO Jtt Congressmanelect J M Richard son of Glasgow who has been hero has returned home Thursdayforspring stook for his big store IMiss Mary Gray and Miss Vir ginia Gray have gone to New Or leans La on a visit Mrs Ada Garrett who has been in Louisville for an operation upon her eyes has returned home Mrs Geo D Baldriok of Leba non was the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Tobin this week Lexingtonweek Mr W H Grider of College Hill was in the city on Thursday shaking hands with his old friends yesterdaywhere ho will reside in future Dr A A Bailey of the Western oldmMiss Janie Dohoney who has been visiting friends in Lexington has returned home Dr L T Minish has moved his family to this oity and is occupying one of the Fosey cottages on Todd streetCol Jas A Scott Mr W H Posey Mr W G Simpson and Mr Wm Cromwell returned Wednesday night from Washington City Mr JT Orbison of Nez Force Idaho visited his old home in this city this week returning home ThursdayMr Weisenburgh Jr wife and child have gone to Gulfport Miss to visit her parents Roy H H Sneed and wife 2r Messrs O C and ThoR E Ken ney left Monday for Ford Ky to look after the logs for their big mill plantMrs R M Bergman and son Western of Irvine were guests of her parents Capt Irr West and wife this week Mr Chas J Woitzel left Wednes day for New York City to purchase his spring stock of goods for his big store Mrs John B James of Lexing ton who has been the guest of Mrs Chapman C Todd has returned homeMr Geo F Berry and wife left Monday for New York City whore Mr Berry goes to attend the semiannual meeting of the W A Gaines Co corporation Mr Roy Jouott and family and Mi Ed Jouett and family have moved to the Harry Shaw farm something over two miles from theI city on the Versailles pike Col Jas A Scott Mr W H Posey Mr W G Simpson and Mr Wm Cromwell a committee of the River Mass Meeting left for Wash ington City last Sunday Mr S D Johnson and wife Miss Mary Harrison and Miss Laura Pepper attended he funeral of Mrs Jas B Clay at Lexington on MondayCol Sum R Smith who has been on duty as Night Storekeeper at the Blakemore Distillery for February has returned to his home ElkhornMr Wood Deputy Collector Loxeington came down Sunday with the family of his motherinlaw Mrs R M Trumbo Dr D L Ringo who went to Grand Rapids Mich to see his brotherinlaw Mr J L Scott Jr who is very ill brought Mr Scott to Lexington to an infirmary where ho can ho treated and be near his relatives in this city Master Edward E Abbott Jrjloft Wednesday for Washington City as the representative of the Frankfort High School at the Inauguration and to visit his brother Cadet Harry J at the Naval Academy AnnapolIs Md i fft PtJs1Ji J1 The confident feeling that your dinner table is perfectly correct in its appointments can be realized iryou have a service of 835 R Wallace Silver Plate ableIMrs Rorers illustrated book How to Set the T is full of timely hints Youmay have a copy if you call M A EL ERTJ Mr W T Reading Jr who has been at Jellico Tenn in the employ of the L N R B has re signed and uame home Tuesday and went to Memphis Tenn Wednesday to accept a position with the Western Railway Weigh ing AssociationIN NATURA When you are plodding through the muddy street Have you thought what you were prizing under feet It only seems tp be soot rand water and clay Until you look nt thorn in another separate way From out of tho filthy heap separ ate the sand And lot the atoms arrange them selves according to their Nature and in keeping with nat ural law so grand In after years returning youll find the opal there Take the clay and with the chemists proper care Can have the prized ornament of my ladys chiffonier Carryon the purification many many times higher Until from the bed of clay will come the sapphire The soot though blacker than the others its value is higher For in its dirty heap we find the elements there That nature with hidden retort above her seething fire Produce the diamond in all its purity with rays so fair Then nothing but the wator have we left When from all its grime and dirt bereft It conies again in the crystal drop dewr of the flowers to renew AMIGO February 14 10u5 WANTED Ton men in each State to travel tack signs and distribute samples and circulars of our goods Salary 75 per month Boo per day for expenses KUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago 192m tp h fJr I1l S UTHERNRAILWAY St LoaiBLoaieville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 190 J Louisville Division No1 No 6 No8 am pm pm 80ArLawrenceburg 955 620 085 954LexingtonBuigin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740LNo4 No 2 No6 am pm a Lv Burgin 7m10 Ar Georgetown BC 700 780IShelbyville 720 024 910 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Nos 5 and 0 Through Obser vation chair car between Louisville Harrods BurginTrain Louisville 745 a m for the throullhIington and Chattanooga Between LouieStNo t No2I mAr100 pm 145a m StLouls 680 pm 782 a m No No1 Lv St Lows 808 a m Ar Princeton l J8p m 11000p m Huntin 255 pm m Louisville t 545p m m No No Lv Louisville 600 P am- Ar Huntingburg 850 p m 1850 amBvansvilla 1025 p m p m No9 No12 m1115ptjiArTrains Nos 2 8 and 4 run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 0 and run solid between Louis vine and Evansville carrying Ohair Oars Trains and 22 Through first class aOS between Evansville and Louis ville LouicNight trains between Louisville andSt Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet service applytoH R Spencer 8 H Hardwiok G B Allan G PA Dr Weavers Treatment QfnpparlflwwtreWooda ateheel 1k1DenpteMl W 1fIB 1 1ti1Ji 1 KILLTHB COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS ti WITH Dr Kings Fi New juIFOR IISurestl1Hv fiQe I010 10 10 10 IIk f t t IWf t IXIi sick or lessen the labors or the attendants Among Iit the items carried are 1MBed Pans 1- ftW DisinfectantsSick SyringesHot w M Air Sterilizers BottlcsIM Deodorants Atomizers M IiWM quality and are sold at the uniformly low prices that r murk our dealings through olltw I The Garlo Dig BIUrOS a iI Qi LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ondinKIMarch 4 1005 jBnnksfCentral p t opCooperloir Gilbert S R fiHailley rt i Hoover Wm Horn Miss Lizzie th Jobez Burt Tel Co Co 2 tf Sims Herbert Tyler Miss Ruth Ii 1ters II E M DRANE P M jSTATEon and organ ized the election of Mr M Jjlengher of this city as Chair man Mr Jas L Newman of this city Mr Geo L Willis of llipsv i f I a j 1 1 31STr s FAR LVL E RJI41DOLLED MADRAS 12Jc New Checked Voiles 15ciMadras for lens Shirts 36 in wide 15c Choice patterns that do not fadefWHITE GOODS Will be better than ever this season if the right kind We have them the soft sheer kind in cotton andr linen Soft neat figured Madras 25c 22 in all Linen Lawn 25c 3U in all Linen Lawn 40c THE DRESS GOODS For this season are not the same old things you have atr Mohair 50c Black Dress Goods are our specialty colors and materials that prove their worth hy service r t MARRIEDt 4f 5r THOMAS REDDIN In this t f city on Wednesday Mr C H Thomas and Miss Gertrude R- edtdin were married it necessityDrpt Thomas burns cuts wounds of sort r catarrhrMORNINGS FIRE iMONDAY At 4 oclock Monday morning an alarm from box 18 called the department to the sawmill of r Messrs W J Roberts Co on Second street whore the boiler house which is in a separate t building from the mill was found fri to be burning furiously The building together with the sawdust conveyor a valuable machine was destroyed After a hard fight of about an f7 J hour and a quarter the flames were extinguished t 1 i The loss amounted to about It1 Stir v 1000 or more t Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate r S Sacceaf treatment for blood and akin dioMM iL PASS AN ANTISPITTING OR DINANCE There can be no question but i that the spitting of ambier on ours sidewalks especially the h nitoid walks has become a ccnuisance of ouch character that It abatement by the City t n Council Other uptudate cities have F passed such laws and are enforc ing them too As instance Lex r ington where on Wednesday ten men were arrested and fined for the offense J The ordinances of these cities forbid spitting on the street cars r railroad cars or sidewalks and both Lexington and Louisville are l being benefited by the new laws We well remember when being in those cities heretofore seeing puddles of ambier on the floors of street cars that were disgusting ladytseat without having to take pains to keep her skirts high enough to clear the puddles of ambier We earnestly urge upon the City Council the passage of an or dinance of the character indi dated and thus abate the nuiI lances at the corners of St Clair Main Broadway Ann Bridge and other streets not necessary to name BEATHS BAILEYAt his home near Eminence last woek Mr ViI liam W Bailey aged 85 years of the infirmities incident to age Mr Bailey was well known in this city by our older citizens having at one time lived here His wife was a Miss Stephens asis StephensFor neighborhoodlater where he spent the rest of his long and useful life He was an earnest and devout Christian gentleman a leader in the Church of his choice He was a member of the Eminence Christian Church He leaves a devoted wife and four children to mourn his death Rev James Bailey of Frankfort Mo Mrs Jennie Earl of Grand iture 111 Miss Alice Bailey of Hector Ala and Mr Lee Bailey of Henry county The funeral services were con ducted by his pastor Rev Ernest Elliott on Monday February 21 and the remains were laid to rest in the Eminence cemetery W Early Risers TM famous Uttto plM TO RESUSCITATE FOREE COUNCIL NO 42 R AND S M IPast Grand Master Geo A Lewis of the Grand Council of Kentucky was delegated by Grand Master Jos H Ewalt to proceed WednesdayMarch Council No 42 R and S M Mr Lewis went to that place performed syrupPetUee for the skis A SPLENDID ADDRESS The Franklin County Bible So ciety held its 84th annual meeting ai the Methodist Church on Sun day afternoon at 8 oclock After the usual reports had been read and officers elected Rev C R Hudson pastor of the Chris tian Church delivered a splendid address bristling with facts and illustrations which was greatly presentMr of ability and pleasing address and is fast becoming a favorite our citizens withI SPEAK FOR- DTHEMSELVES ing in Wash Goods md White Goods The very pick ot the market Choicest styles BIRTHS CRADY In this city on Sat urday to Mr Walter Crady a- nwifea d daughte- rDEHONEYIn this city on Monday to Mr R W Dehoney and wifea daughte- rUELTSOHIIn this county on Monday to Mr Ernest sohi and wife a son- ATTENTION FARMERS The season for sewing Tobacco Beds is with us and we have con templated your needs by receiving a large supply of- TOBACCO CANVASS Of which we have six different grades that range in price to suit any one We only ask that you call and we will be pleased to show you what we have and give to you prices Remember we cut you just what you want W T READING SON 815 Broadway Opposite Capitol MINISTER TO SWITZERLAND Hon Brutus J Clay of Madison county son of Gen Cassius M Clay has been appointed Minister to Switzerland by Presi dent Roosevelt Mr Clay is a gentleman of fine ability learning and wealth He has long aspired to this position and refused other appointments ATTENTION The attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of Messrs W T Reading Sun in todays paper These gentlemen offer bargains and thev are re liable in all things They repre sent things just as they are REVENUE COLLECTIONS FOR FEBRUARY Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts has collected the following internal revenue taxes for the month of February 2857 bar rles 100185 tax gallons 120 10850 amount of tax paid MINING STOCK FOR SALE I have placed a few shares of the great Hawkeye Mines in the hands of Thos Rodman Jr The opportunity will only last for a few days J T ORBISON 251 tI k I OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR ft SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky J c tjw a l j i j l Y i ff il Y IN SILKSIWe lead all others and as to values styles and assort menteAn inspection will pay you A SAMPLE 19 in Louisine 79c worth 90c per yd fIDIRECT FRO JAPAN rrDo we get our materials then you get fresh new goods which means longer wear and more than that i you get the choicest styles to say nothing of theRmoney saving to youyAn inspection of the Carpets Matting and Rugs in our handsome new Carpet Room will be time J fr profitably spent for youllj PEA RIDGE Mr J A Edge of Lexington was the guest of his parents Sun day Mr Frank Edge has returned from a visit to his sister in New Albany Mrs F Stoops We have had quite a lot of new families to move into our neigh borhood this last week Little Georgia Dennis remains quite illat the residence of her father in Choateville Mr J P Tracey is quite ill atI his home near here Mrs Mattie Lane Clipper still remains quite ill at her fathers Mr Z T Collins Miss Emma Dennis has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Louis ville vIsitinginMiss Edith Edge has returned from New Albany Ind Tobacco beds are being prepared and burned all around us Miss Gertrude Mitchell and young lady friend of Hatton were the guests of Mrs Alice Hu lette last Sunday and attended church at Choateville Mr David Lacefield and wife were the guests of his brother Mr Sam Lacefield one day last weekHeavy hauling of corn hay to bacco and furniture of our moving population has made deep ruts in the pike and made it rough for buggies A few dollars- expended now would save a greater outlay in the near future The supervisoristo this item I Mr and Mrs Quire were the guests of their father Mr Joe Tracey last Sunday Mrs Newell Pierce and little daughter are getting along fineI There will be preaching at Choateville Christian Church every second and fourth Sunday also Saturday night preceding by LexingtonCALLED TO ANOTHER FIELD rRev M B Adams the able and scholarly cityhilsyoung pastor of the bnptistOhurohWe in behalf of his Church here and the community earn estly hope that this fearless and able preacher winot consent to leave his charge- ANOfHER WEDNESDAY FIRE morningthe boys to a smokehouse in the rear of the residence of Mrs John M Coleman on Steele street where a smoldering fire caused a dense smoke causing the alarm There was no damage done i tA 4 fJ r f 1 II c u REMARKABLE AND VONDERIt FUL EVENT 1 IThe Georgetown Times of Wednesday March 1 has the following tbJudge and Mra Jas E Can J trill left Monday afternoon foriHot Springs Ark The Kentucky Journal ot PilowingJudge James E Cantrill what is at Hot Springs Ark steadllyrimproving under the medicinal of the water and theyitreatment in connection with it at that famous health resort anditthe improvement in his physical condition since he has been there I has been so marked that he wilt f be entirely recovered in the next few months Judge Cantrill was t accompanied to Hot Springs by his son who is still with him will continue there Letters haveakabeen received here by friends ini the last day or two telling of improvement in Judge CantrillR condition and are both gartifying fVhention the fact that if Judge Can trill had reached Hot Springs atr itheit appears as though the metdicinal qualities of the water must have been taken at 10ngi1rrange i Come off neighbor i SALE 411 ll Beginning today I will sell afc private sale household and kitchena ltfurniture MRS JOHN E MILEShtIt SALESMEN WANTED Three salesmen for our new County SurveyorKentucky fully indexed all railroads showar and distances between all towns on same plainly marked Av splendid opportunity for energetiat i men Rand Mc Nally Co Chin cage Ill1mUNUSUALLY LOW COLONIST RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 2f HOUSEKEEPERS RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 7 AND 2IT IrviaRailwayto r 1rItoryA series of very low one way and round trip rates are offered on the above dates to those wishing to visit or settle in the great west and southwest The SOUTHERN RAILWAY has its own line and runs two solid trains daily from Lexington pointstofuUtinformationG B Allen A G T A St Louis Mo- O H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky 1tonSqp 1iI1I k fQi tSGD t r nie FrankfoRoUnUanou Entered at the postoftlce at Frankfort Ken tucky secondclass mailable matter t lEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 4 I9G5 TO OUR PATRONS Some weeks ago we sent notices to those of our patrons who were in arrears for the Roundabout as to the amount and requesting settlement We are glad to say that quite a large number of them 1lnave responded ii To those who are still in arrears we wish to give notice that we tshallbe compelled to stop their papers in the near future if they t do not settle Kindly bear this in mind and square up tf T s ORDERED NEW KIND OF- t STREET At the last meeting of the City Council held on Monday night High street from Main to Holmes and Holmes street from High to Barret were ordered reconstructed with a new kind of composition p An ordinance was passed pro viding for widening Main street South Side from Todd to the new Capitol grounds and providing for the purchase of the necessary ground from Mr J W Rodman at a cost of 750 The Frankfort Machine Works iSchaeffeJ Bros were awarded the contract for repairing and running the City Clock The ordinance to change the il name of Main street South Side was referred to the Street Com mittee DELIGHTFUl DAY Sunday was as beautiful balmy s and a day as could be twished for Many citizens who had been confined to their houses for some time took occasion to get the benefit of the fresh air h and sunshine MF t ImpOYOriSned Soil Impoverished soil like impov t erished blood needs a proper r fertilizer A chemist by analyz ing the soil cqn tell you what fertilizer to use for different productsIf blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it the rich red corpuscles that we lacking in it It may be you need a tonic but more likely you c deed a concentrated fat food and fat is the element lacking in your system There is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimilated a- sScottsa Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil tItwill nourish and strengthen rI the body when milk and crenm fail to do it Scotts Emulsion 3s always the same always palatable and always beneficial k where the body is wasting from any cause either in children or adults l We will sendyou a simple free Bo sure that this picture in tho form of a label on tho wrapper of every bottle of Emul sion you buy SCOTT i BOWNE CHEMISTS r 489FeailSUKeHYort 50c and 100 All Druggists b 5 J Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced ago it does not readily to ordinary treatment is however hope for all sufferers in Dr Mites Heart- Cure which we know from watching hundreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has It is not onla wonderful cure for weak and diseased a blood tonic a regulator of thehearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left there with my wife to visit my sisterinlaw Mrs T A at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to dear old town On reaching Mrs Heart she insisted I should Dr Mles Cure I cured a few bottles of it al o the Nervine- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but my faithful sifted on keeping it up which I did1m provement soon began in earnest and I took or sxteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir are a and I cheerfully recom sufferinghumanityJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book an Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE ROUNDABOUTS DEPARTMENT OF LITERA TURE EDUCATION HISTORY Ages of Reason Among the superstitions of the Seneca legendWhen a young maiden died they imprisoned a little bird until it fi rst began to try its powers of song and then loading it with caresses and messages they loosed its bonds over her grave in the belief that it would not fold its wings nor close its eyes until it had flown to the spirit land and delivered its precious burden of affection to the loved and lost oneAnd so I loose the beautiful spirit of thought that it may bring to yon the message of life in literature art science and his tory No other spoken language of modern Europe has a literature as ancient as the English From the dawn of language till 1854 the monk Cademon was the first Englishman who lift us poetry inspired by the chaste beauties of the Christian sentiment King Alfred stands prominent among the prose writers of old Englishone grand monument of prose literature The Saxon Chronicle still remains to us To Richard Hooker 1558 belongs the glory of first developing the English language as a vehicle of refined and philosophic thought Sir Frances Bacon 1561 was one of the bright stars in that galaxy of statesmen who gave the reign gloryI were 1610 the was a great actor and we have every reason to believe that he acted all the deeply pathetic im personations of passion love grief and despair and disappeared from the stage as completely as a real Othello would disappear from the world to leave behind him no similar personage The age of grand old Milton 1767 who with blinded eyes saw more of Paradise than he did of earthly vision witnesses many writers both authors and poets of note Cowley Isaac Walton Jeremy Taylor and Richard Bax ter the author of Saints Rest The age of the Restoration 1701 saw Dryden Butler Bun yon John Locke and Sir Isaac Newton The Augustan Age 1719 found Pope Young Addi son Steele Swift and Defo the inimitable author of Robinson Crusoe The age of Johnson Gray Gold smith Cowper and sunnyhearted Bobby Burns In History Gibbons and Hume and Samuel Johnson as lexicographer In Theology Paley and Sir Philip Frances Edmund Burke and Adam Smith in Poli tics In the age of ScottRo f a st-rJt mnnce Byron Keats Wordsworth Coleridge and Southey Novelist Sir Walter Scott Es sayest Charles Lamb Victorian AgePoets Tenny sop Browning Jean Ingelow istoryMcCauleyEssayest Carlyle RuskinTheologians Newman and Spurgeon Scientific Hamilton Lecturer LyellGeology Darwin Origin of Species Huxley Mans Place in Nature Spencer Principles of PsychologyIn States of America are many men of many minds EdisonThe Electrician Marconi Wireless Teleg LongfellowPoetPrescottHistorian CooperNovelist EmersonEssayest LowellCritioTay In dear old Texas there ure many historic characters Austin Houston Sherman among her heroes Crockett Bowie Travis Milam Bonham Farrin among her martyred defenders Here in Kentucky Explorers among the first 1750 Dr Thomas Walker who led the first party of white men from Virginia by way gapinas far as Central Kentucky Walker named that branch of the Alleghanies now known as Cum berland Mountains in honor of the Duke of Cumberland and gave to Shawnee river also the name of Cumberland The first map of Kentucky was made by Capt Christopher Gists publishedinKnox Finley McAfees have all left footprints on the historc pages of Kentucky Many Kentuckians have made remarkable and useful inventions alto dis coveries John Fitch 1786 in vented the steamboat Edward Wrest of Lexington 1794 patented a gunlock and a machine for cutting and heading nailsThomas Barlow also of Lexing ton built a model locomotive for a railroad in 1827 Win Kelley 1846 discovered what is now known as the Besse mer process of converting pig iron into steel a discovery which has proved of incalculable benefit In surgery Dr Brashoar of Bardstown and Dr Ephriam Mc Dowell of Danville were fore runners of their profession In the field of letters it is impossible to enumerate those who have at tained distinction Prentice Geo D Henry T Stanton Mrs Jen nie C Morton and others too numerous to mention have added laurels to the crown of poesy Matt Jouett of Mercer county made himself one of the most skilled portrait painters of the StateJoel T Hart the poetsculp tor immortalized himself in his exquisite piece of work The Triumph of Chastity The numerous newspapers of Kentucky the first published Kentucky Gazette in Lexington 11th of August 1787 have kept and do keep alive the spirit of the age of reason Success to the pressN S COX February 1905 I owe my life to Bur dock Blood Bitters Scrofulous sores covered my body I seemed beyond cure B B B has made me a perfectly well woman Mrs Chas Hutton BervilleMich TO RUN BOAT ON KENTUCKY RIVER The Cincinnati merchants are arranging to run a regular packet on the Kentucky river going as far up as slack water navigation reaches BY THE TONIC ROUTE The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipa tion Billiousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack ValIeyCitycured me of chronic constipa tion Sold by J W Gayle ti JIl t t ii Pleasant to take Laxative tk fl f Syrupbi NOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION J f Ask Your Doctor iP And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anci their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a til normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines d LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring iI about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as r ilBloatedYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than t any other you have tried f ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO v i1ff Glaze You- rWindows 1It r I have an immense stock of GLASS all sizes and cun interest you as to price and quantity 1 FRANK G STAGG J Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANYy LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE OCT 10 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 2 No4 No1 INo 8 DailyExAM AM AM PM Leave Leave a Ar 225 745 0 Lexington0 4rI 5000 810 825 Winchester 866 9181 40 489 406 928 Stanton 480 485 9M Natural Bridge 401 449 1008 62 Torrent HOiI 847 51 1029 BeattyVille Junction 800 615 1180 oa 625 895 1JacksOn t Trains No 3 and connect at O 8 K Junction with the 08K for Oannel City and local points on that line Trains No and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with A r Uy for Trains Nfti and 8 connect with the O 8 O By at L 8 E Junction for at Sterling and local station a J B BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P AyOHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY l No 84 No 22No8S No 21iDaily Daily Stations Daily Mis Ex Ex Ex Sand Ex Bund Mia 1 A M Lve PM LyeIAMAr PMAr o 980 2M Jackson s son925 280 O E Junction 1 18Isr166 128 Lee City 510 1229 19 741 122 Hefochawa US 1228 715 105 Oannel City 56 1245 Noa 21 and 22 will makojcloso connection at O E JunOtionvsth Noo 8 and 4 for points on the Lexfngtonandl4aaternBallwayM LJCONLKYASuperlntendont M 1 II j Ir it 1 THIS SPACE RESERVED FORLt CHAS t WEITZELrp Successor to Weltzel SODonnell fn da t Nt i 1I j t REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assign meats of internal revenue storekeepers storekeepergaugers and ti gaugers for the month of March as made by Collector Roberts p 1 William Tarr Co Lexington J T Gunn day T E Old Y ham meal room W B Ander t son additional and bottling J F Croghan night A G Leonard ganger 2 Kentucky River Distillery IW rFrankfortR Strauss day Henry C H Mor gan additional F D Clark- gauger 8 H E Pogue Distillery Co dayFrankbottling A M January addi tional L M Gaffin gauger 4 W A Gaines Co Frank fortW A Hamilton day Z J Phelps additional P L Parrish additional J R Spiers addi tional H Sneed bottling Saffeliragaugers5 James E Pepper Co Lex ingtonrW G Dunlap day Wm Warren additional D Blan i ding meal room J M Walker It additional and bottling R L Berrytl S Forman gaugers Ir 6 Poyntz Bros Co May svihle t Po D Wells storekeeperganger 9 S J Greenbaum Midway W S Lyne day P S Rule meal room E Ev Price addi addIttt iiJ G Barnett night W T v P P Parrish F G Sparks and Letcher Lusby gaugers 10 Peacock Distillery Co dayCHuchccaft gauger 11dS C Herbst Frankfort A W Nazor day I T West additional and bottling C N i Wiardi gauger l 14 G G White Co PtirisN A Moore day duty C T Throck morton additional J M Steven son additional J A Logan meal room JohnVimont W F Croghan gaugers lr DistilleryCoday J W Black additional F bottlingbytgaugerJ Rogers Co Mays ville Oscar Grigsby day VV C Slye additional L M Gaffin f gauger 82 E M Babbitt Versailles C H Talbot day J T Berry j4f additional and bottling S D r Pinkerton gauger 4 r 88 George Baker Frankfort Speed F Owen day J M Tan ner additional E B Davis meal room T J Craig night John Stephanski gauger 87 John Coohran Co Frank fortE F Darnab Wells additional AmoGriffith Smeal roomjB S Drake additional J G Brawner additional nightJ40 James E Pepper C- oYarnalltonA V Combs store keepergauger 48 N T Boggs BlaineC L storekeepijrgaugerji i i dtSt +L J i fh t b J Gus Whitehouse storekeeper gauger 52 Labrot f Graham fortGeorge P McCann dayI George T Montjoy meal room R H Whittington additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger 58 E H Taylor Jr Sons FrankfortH S Sinclair day U G Carey additional G McConnell additional B F Fannin meal room David Harp bottling J H Smoot night C N Wiard gauger 72 J J Chambers MeansJ 1lI Brown storekeepergauger 77 Paris Distilling Co Paris W Cherry day W G Cookadditional C T Asbury meal room C H Wickliffe addi tional J M Russell bottling R D Grant night J P Hutchcraft and D C Berryman gaugers 91 J J M Saffeil Frank fortJ H Murray day G T Scearce additional A B Piper additional and bottling F D Clark gauger 92 A J Conn Son Lime stoneE Lane storekeeper gauger 90 J N Blakeraore Frankfort Buckner McElroy day IJL Lemaster additional J 0 Kash nightW StampIing Frankfort J R Dagley day L R Diggs additional L F T Steele additional W P Bacon additional J D Shy meal room L Baker bottling H C Everett night H T Gaines T L McConnell and E Craig gaugers 118 Geo T Stagg Co Frank fortC M Kash day J L Cox meal room Alexander McDonald additional H S Bell bottling Chilton Osborn night John Ste phanski and S A Powell 832 T J Mason lsonvilleA- B Flannery storekeepergauger 840 Fulton Co Culver Rolla Fannin storekeepergauger 848 D 0 Williams BlaineJ M Patrick storekeepergauger 844 D C Whitt Whitt J P Blair stoiekeopergauger 845 Robert Ison Backbone Fred Van Hoose storekeeper gaugerGENERAL STOREKEEPER GAUGE- RLexingtonGarland R Bul lock PUBLIC WAREHOUSE Lexington Public Warehouse J R Sams and J Jewett storekeepergangers RECTIFIERS Lexington Stoll Co James- E Pepper Co The W J Smith Co and R S Strader Son H S Forman gauger MaysvilleH E PogueL M Gaffin gauge- rFrankfortJ P Williams John Stephanski gauger Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Doans Ointment never fails Instant relief permanent oure At any drug store 50 cents i L7i 7 vi1 r 4 k J j= ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE As administrator of the estate of John Green deceased I desire to give notice to those indebted to the estate to come forward and settle Those having claims against such decedent will present them properly proven as required by law ZACK CHURCH Administrator 284 PUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to aI knowledge of the curative merits tonicIumbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after begin ning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and in a short time I was entirely cured Guar anteed by all druggists Price 50ci Diptheria relieved in twenty minutes Almost miraculous Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil At any drug store WANTED Special representative in this and adjoining territories in con nection with the Wholesale De partment oldestablished busi ness house of solid financial stand ing Salary 21 weekly with ex penses paid each Monday by headquartersExpenses everythingAddress Monon Building Chicago Ill 1924t DO IT TODAY inJuNctionNevercan do today is now generally presented in this form Do It today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr Dr Weavers Treatment jrap for the blood crate tor akin eroptlta A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a soar use DeVVitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have used DeVVitta familyforthe best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by J W Gayle tJf f tiIt lt a BEN HUR The Grandest Spectacle of the Century to be Staged in Louisville Towering triumphantly as the most massive and picturesque as well as the most impressive dra matic spectacle in the history of the world Ben Hur will seek new honors at Macauleys Theatre Louisville Ky theweek of March historyIproductionfor it means something new to the public to see a dramatic spectacle on the colossal scale of the present production The scenic settings to be used are those which marked the Worlds Fair run inI St Louis this past summer and the engagement at the Big Chi cago Auditorium They were imported from the Drury Lane Theatre London for this sea sons tour of the play playAllnothing more beautiful inspiring spiritual and edifying than The Healing of the Lepers in the last act has ever been offered on the stage of th American theatre At this point this great play is most truly and in a very high sense religious Here the stage seems to have consecrated itself and all its resources to the ser vice of Christianity and there is nothing that is not reverent fittinginthe widely advertised chariot race in the act preceding it are the great special features of the play which give it much of its wonder powerIfworthyinits fame to rest solely upon this one noble product of Messrs juttifiedits maybeworthy highly commendable and which can not fail to exert the greatest possible blessing on man kindthat of bringing home with immense force and dignity the eternal truth and verity of the birth into the world of Jesus the Savior of mankind To every man no matter what his conditions Ben Hur has its appeal It appeals to the deep grained firmrooted religious feel ing in the human heart and brings back with great directness the simple lessons and divine truths that every man born in a Christian land learned at his mothers knees PROMINENT AND ABLE CLERGYMAN DIES Rev Jacob Shaw Shipman D D for many years rector of Christs Church Lexington and afterwards ofa number of prom EpiscopalChuroh ter in White Plains N Y Dr Shipman was a brother of Mrs Geo C Drane of this city ShipI l s iitf it T i IWhen you fire asked to try other brands f flour what do they mean when they say Fake this sack and it its just as as experimentyou get when you buy J E M Experimenting means trouble I i E M j i ISo1d only by Grocers 1 IA DINNER INVITATION 4YKodolvent an attack of Indigestion i Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and nU stomach troubles N Watkins ILesubs Ky says I can testifyIto the efficiency of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afflicted with Stomach Troubleyfor fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspep sia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1 000 to me Kodol Dyspepsia t Cure will digest any quantity of jIall the wholesome food you wantIto eat while your stomcah takes a restrecuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepara tion is justly entitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by r J W GayJeiKodol Dyspepsia Gum Diktats what you sate QUeenand Crescentute Shortest Route AND QUl BsSCIieduleS J BETWEEN GEORGETOWNCINbINNATI B CHATTANOOGAIATLANTA Jj BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANSr iAND TEXAS PO I NTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter r C Ea CLflRKE T P A 81 Mall Street Lexlagtoa Keatacky f 4rP If1 l ATXEINTMCMN FARMERSNow is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents forII Pittsburgh Perfect ihi Strongest Will Conform jf in the to the most 6 T7 World STEEU FlEES NCRuneven ground rl 1iWelded by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry 1lCloveItIilt 307309 Main St p C sLEpIFrankfort l 1 Both Phones a II Ita ULONG OUT SRLE W T READING SON IH DryrI Goods and Notions and we wish to do so as soon as possible so as to have our store remodeled and begin our new business details of which we will give later Everything in the house has been marked down to prices which will be interesting This Sale Begins Monday March 6 n And will continue until we have disposed of the en tire line of Dry Goods j We have a few items of winter stock and these i we will close out at about onehalf their real value J lOc Flannellettes sale 5cBest Prints all colors A cprice per yard price per yard 2 Best Apron Gingham 51colorslOc Outmgclo in allIndigo Blue colors sale price Sic quality sale priceI8 80priceThese are a few of the bargains that await you ev proportionThe and nothing taken back or exchanged Packages delivered to any part of the city W TI READING SON ffp 315 Broadway Opposite Capitol DISTINGUISHED AND CHAR ITABLE LADY DIES BY POISON + Mrs Leland Stanford widow of the late U S Senator Stanford died at Honolulu S I on Wed poisonMrsguished husband gave many millions to Stanford University Cal f9A XI oeZA athaTHE SUSNHINE OF SPRING The Salve that cures without a i scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises t and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss HIM Middleton Thebes Illsays I was seriously afflicted with a fever r Bore that was very painful De Vitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by JW Gayle tIkh1AtI 4i wo DESERVED REAPPOINTMENT The Judges of the Court of Ap peals on Saturday reappointed Judge T R McBeath Reporter of the Decisions of that court for the ensuing two years Judge Mc Beath is a trained lawyer of fine experience and has discharged the duties of his position with faith fulness and efficiency It was a well deserved reappointme- ntOnoMlnuieGough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup GOT OFF CHEAP He may well think so he ha got off cheap who after having contracted constipation or indi gestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache consti pation etc 25o at all druggists guaranteed rl r rtkIirItL n DIPLOMACYS GREAT CAST Prominent Stars to Assume the Principal Roles Rose Coghlans Notable Career Howard Kyles Great Success as Henri Lynn Pratt and Su zanne Santje the Latter a PlayJuliantails Concerning the RedLet ter Event of the Dramatic Sea son at Capital Theatre Tuesday IMarch 14 Among the im portant dramatic of the new year is the news that Rose allstar revival SardouVDiplo is to be Miss Co ghlanbrought here n Miss Coghlan and the fellow stars will appear at the Capital Theatre for one performance only and will not return this season The idea reproIwhose distinction and excellence equal the first American produc tion of the play at Wallacks Diplomacyplays written by a modern dram atist and its revival by an allstar extraordinaryinterest Miss Rose Coghlan herself has been identified with the play throughout its entire career in this country Miss Coghlan was educated in Paris and began act ing in London at the age of eight leadingladyto America under Lester Wallacks management and created the role of Zicka in Diplomacy This is the role she present in the coming revival of Sardous mas terly drama It is her most bril liant and enduring success and by it the art of Rose Coghlan will iudodI to play the part opposite to Miss Coghlan Henri Beauclerc Mr Kyle was desirous of continuing his individual theat announcement Coghlans of macy Kylelargements held out to him by Miss GeorgeHforego starring temporarily in1 DiplomacyIsmaster of several languages a fin ished actor whose best work was exhibited in Rosemary and Nathan Hale For several years he supported Mme Modj jeska in classic repertoire thus is eminently fitted for the legitimate drama His part here calls for the depictment of a cool iA r d MI t n K11f ltil t It Value illTheThe Pioneer Dealer in Grade Hand Made Sour IIJOHN216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky k J headed cynical diplomat who foils the schemes of the Countess Zicka a spy in the employ of the Russian government Those who have seen his performance in the part have expressed themselves as greatly pleased therewith Lynn Julian many brated actors have spursMrPratts histrionism been chiefly confined New York City as been great demand personheand should prove an ideal Cap tain Julian Dora has been entrusted to Miss SantjeShe ful young actress whose home is in Charleston S C and who headed leading stock company New Pratt has consented to as sume the role of Beauclerc in which of the most cele English and American won has to he has in the in Santjeeseasonclose of the season 8000 theatre goers in a monster petition asked Miss Santje to return to that city as star It will be gratifying to the people of New Orleans that they can see Miss Santje again this season in accordance with their desire while other Southern cities in which she is to appear will welcome her with equal warmthThe four stars named above play the leading roles in a comedy of love and intrigue which has probably been seen and enjoyed experiencedtheatregoer ica Young men and women who have not seen it as well as enjoythisare that one of the largest audi enoes of the year will be present when the curtain rises on Tues OapitalThoatre WEDNESDAY MORNINGS BLAZE An alarm from box 85 at 223 on Wednesday morning called LongLane BomoIIof some 50 I 1 j1t frIz t f II i f Stomach 1ryt fi Troubles 11 cureJ1 Under allcurableconditions fi Mr DI Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured by Kodol Pa was cured of staMacl of Chronlo trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected i the use of his heart Kodol For saie by J W Gayle druggist It ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAG AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR ATTACKED BY A MOB 4 And beaten in a labor riottiuntil covered with sores a Ohi appliesBucklens soon sound and well I use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonsha Mich and find itperfeot Simplygreat for cuts and burns Only 25o at all druggists IA dose in time saves lives1 syrupIpulmonary diseases of every sort iaI CASTQRIAFor The Kind You Have Always Boughty riiZrI 8r- rIGreat Challenge SaleALr S D JOHNSON CQs STRESTMAIN Sale Opened Thursday at 9 a m1 and Lasts for 10 DAYS ONL YrfI A revelation in Dry Goods etc An opportunity unequaled in merchandising All new effects go at this salet1Come and convince yourself cc More for your money than ever before til IigtL C WHITNEY CO SALE CONDUCTORS L III r f RELIGIOUS 1FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Q Rev J A Burns of Oneida Ky will preach at a m Rev M B Adams will preach at 780 p m on The Day of Judgment tSunday sohdoJ at 945 a m in the Home Department and Bible ClassTaught by E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran gers Invited to join LBaraca Bible Class at 946 taught by the pastor- Baptist Young Peoples Union s will meet in the chapel at680 p m Leader W E Butlert Topic The Making ofA Chris tian His Speech trVisitors cordially invited f Seats free- ASCENSION EPISCOPAL COHUUOHRev A B Cbinn rec tor Sunday March 5 980 Sundayschool 1180 Prayer and Sor anona 780 Evening Prayer Fridayiat 7 80IBible Study at 760IThese services are all open to the ipublic CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 0 i H Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m is Sundayschool at 980 a m ih the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will It2neet in the chapel at 660 p m Miss Bertha Talbott in Topic The Making of a Chris tian His Speech- Prayermeeting on Wednesday v 780 oclock in the abangat r The Junior Socioty will meet on 1r Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in l chapelEverybody invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN thef780 Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 080 i m rI Prayermeeting each night at 780 JJ Ml Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev r1 Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oclock a in High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McCluskey Blayney D D the pastor will preach at a m and 78u p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris 1tlan Endeavor at 046 p m J the young people ate invited Prayermeeting every night dur i ing the week at 730 p m The public is cordially invited to Attend Ifffll METHODIST CHURCH R e v J O A Vaught the pastor will t preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m I Junior League at 8 p m t Illi Senior League at 7 p m V r Prayermeeting each night at 7801 oclock t kVisitors cordially invited to at r WANTEDTrustworthy man or woman to manage business in this tf county and adjoining territory or ft well established house of solid t financial standing 20 straight cash i 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 Bloqk Chicago 111 22St STAMPING GROUND Mr J C B Stone of Green ville Tenn visited here last Sat urday to settle some business mattersMessrs Adams Blanton are improving their store room by putting in plate glass windows Mr J H Bond who is in the cattle business in the IndianTer ritory is visiting here The new livery stable of Robin son Co pushed right alongMr Bert Watt who has been prospecting in Oklahoma has re turned home He had the unpleasant experience of being arrested as a suspected mankiller He thinks Kentucky is good enough for anybody Mr J A Kelly has rented the old parsonage property and will conduct a boarding house assisted by his sister Died Near Minorsville on February 24 Mrs Alzora Hamil ton aged 54 years of heart fail ure Mrs Hamilton attended the funeral of her brother Mr W B Perry just a week before her death She was a good woman Her husband and one son mourn her death The funeral was conducted by Rev G W Hill on Saturday and the interment was at Minorsville At the sale of Mr J A Kelly on Tuesday the following prices were realized Pair mules 281 aged mule 21 six twoyearold heifers 18 each bunch shoats 190 per hundred lot 110pound hogs 890 per head brood sows 11 to 12 corn 245 per barrel Farming implements sold low The following are among the sick Mr VV A Conway Mr Shoehart and a daughter of Mr Robt Duke have pneumonia Mr John T Johnson is very ill with consumption Squire J S Lindsay Mrs Dr Riley Miss Sallie Branham and Mrs Jennie Lindsay are all in bad health UNO A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE To draw the fire out ofa burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre AlaI writes I have used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles outs and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by J W Gayle PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SLEGUORNOur utook is from the greatest egglaying strains in America EGOS 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill M Y Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phono No 888 IGGm SOME WORDS OF CHEER Quite a number of our subscrib era who have recently remitted for the subscriptions to the Round about have taken occasion to speakwords of appreciation for which we are grateful From among them we take the following Rockford Ills I can not do without my Roundabout It gives me the news from all parts at the old home I am saddened by the number of deaths among my friends J W T Radford Va I can not give up my Round about It is almost like receiving a letter weekly from my Frank fort friends T M T Magdalena Sonora Mexico There are but few left ofmy old friends Still send mo the paper It keeps me postedG G IINew York City I enjoy reading every line in the Roundabout Could not get along without it F 1 Louisville Ky II Still send me the Round about I need itMRS H R A Nez Perce Idaho I want to keep up with the news of the old town Send me the Roundabout J T 0 PLEASANT AND HARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflam mation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves a cough in one minute because it acts first on the mucus membrane right where the cough troubles in the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by J W Gayle GALLANT SOLDIER AND ABLE LAWYER DIES By a dispatch from Versailles wo learn that Capt Henry Clay McLeod died on Tuesday of pneumonia aged 71 years Capt MoLead served with honor as Captain in the Oth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry U S A in the civil war Gen Walter Whit takers regiment While still in the army he was elected Representative from Woodford county and served one term Captain McLeod was an able and conscientious lawyer but had been compelled to retire from practice on account of illhealth His wite was Miss Alice Field a sister of Mr Willis W Field of Versailles She together with a son Mr Field McLeod a prom inent young lawyer and a daughter Miss Susan McLeod are left to mourn his death Capt McLeod was a steward of the Methodist Church for many years CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to 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 20td 1f Attractions Next WeekI Commencing Monday we put on sale 300 yds of new shades and f styles French Gingham 15c and 12 1Sc for the modest sum ofslOc per yard7ft DRESS GOODSSicilians Mohair and Panama 75c tydSILKSyou i will find nowhere We scanned everything shown and you imayrest assured they are right as to ideas and prices We jtlusLINENS We have everything in Waist LinensryDress Linens and Housekeeping Linens a j1 eFHEENEY tWORSE EVERY YEAR Plenty of Frankfort Readers Have the Same Experience Dont neglect an aching back It will get worse every year Backache is really kidney ache To cure the back you must cure the kidneys- If you dont other kidney ills follow Urinary troubles diabetes Brights disease A Frankfort citizen tells you howthe cure is easy Mrs Mildred S Betts wife of C M Betts carpenter of 519 Short street says My kidneys troubled me for some years off and on I tried different rem edies but without obtaining any permanent relief The pain in my back was often very severe especially at night before retiring and in the morn ing when I would first get up There was also a kidney weak ness distressing at all times I read about Deans Kidney Pills and noticed that the symptoms they cured were just like mine Willing to try almost anything to get relief 1 wont to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I took them as directed and soon noticed the difference in my condition The sharp pains and the aching disappeared and the other complaints were banished Doans Kidney Pills act like magic and the relief they give is lasting For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other OA TO JIIA BearathtdA 1IJ j LIKE FINDING MONEY Ji Jf fL Finding health is like finding y moneyso think those who are lrsick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irrita l tion better net promptly like W tC Barber of Sandy Level He says I had a terrible hestrtrouble caused by smoke and 1findingitDiscoveryCoughs and Colds Greates tlicmegists 50c and 100 guaranteed 1 Trial bottle free y 9BRORZABean the Bought Blgnature dK 1- ot tr c bmmllRYbr Louisville BETWEEN irf AND ChicagcctBEST TO CALIFORNIIAND f l VAST NO THWES1i JifIT UNION STATION Ri fTATlON CHICAGOp k Dining and Parlor Cars Pfclace Drawing Room SleepwI l E H BACON D P AICor4th ua4MarkotSU LOUD L4A r 1G4i t l i4 CAPITAL SITE BILL We give below the not passed by X the Legislature providing for the purchase of the new Capitol site CHAPTER I An aot to amend and reenaot section of an act entitled An aot to provide for the emotion Jandcompletion of the Capitol and f necessary buildings at the approvedfa change of situ and pro vide for the acquisition of lauds therofor Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the Commonwealth of KentuckySection 1 That section of an aot entitled An act to provide fur the erection and completion of the Capitol and other necessary build ings at the seat of government ca approved February 1904 be amended by striking therefrom the last sentence of said section which sentence is in words as follows liThe buildings herein provided for shall be located and built upon the grounds or lot now used for the- State Capitol and not elsewhere and inserting in lieu thereof the following The said board is hereby authorized empowered and directed to receive as a gift to pur chase or to condemn for public use by writ of ad quod damnum fur the location and erection of the State Capitol and other necessary buildings the following described tracts or parcels of land lying in and contiguous to the city of Frankfort Franklin county Kentucky and bounded as follows to ropertykuwnis situated at the southern termini of Shelby Main and Logan streets in South Frankfort containing twentytwo acres of ground bound ed by Shelby street and the prop erty known as the Sayre property on the south and southwest the the lot of the FrankfortWater Co and Mrs Mary Johnson on the east and by the Frank Chinn resident property and a vacant lot on the north 2 The vacant lot between Logan street and Main street ex tended fronting on the latter about runningbaokhundred feet 8 The vacant lot between the residence of Frank Obinn and the residence of William Cromwell situated between Main street extended and Shelby street fronting on the latter about one hundred and sixtyeight feet H The resident property of Frank Chinn which is bounded by the byMainby the above described vacant lot on the north and by Shelby street on the west fronting on the latter sixtyeightfeettaining five and onefourth acres conveyed by P B Hunts executor to Mary L Johnson and bounded by the present Hunt property on the west and south by the Frank fort Water Works property and the Lawrenceburg pike on the east and i on the north by the L F Johnson property and the Frank Chinn property 6 The John W Rod man lot which fronts sixty feet on Logan street and running back that width to Main street extended about four hundred feet and bound ed by the lots of Chinn Noel and Rodman on the north and by Chiun on the south 7 A strip of ground about forty feet wide and running along the east line of Main street extended from the south line of Todd street to the north line of the lot conveyed by Frank Chinn to John W Rodman Provided That it be left to the discretion of said board as to whether or not they purchase or receive the latter tract 8 All the land bounded on the west by lot of J W Rodman on the east side of Main street ex tended on the north by Todd street on the east by Logan street and on the south by the lot of J W Rod amn hereinbefore mentioned byJJane Buttimer Frank Chinn and Sally Handy Provided That it be left to the discretion of said board as to whether or not it purchases receives or procures this last de scribed land and at a cost not ex ceeding 20000 and the said hoard is empowered to receive as a gift to purchase or condemn for public use by writ of ad quod damnum any land for a streut or right of way over or across any land whioh may intervene between any street or the Kentucky river in the city of Frankfort and the lot or lots of ground received by said board said writ of ad quod damnum shall run in the name of the Commission ers of the Sinking Fund for the use and benefit of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the proceedings to condemn any land thereunder by the terms of this aot shall be the same as the proceedings now provided by law for the condemna 4 tion of land by railroads in this State and the said board is au thorizod to pay for said tracts or parcels of land herein described and all expenses necessary to ob tain a perfect title to same In the name of the Commonwealth of Kentucky a sum ot exceeding 40 000 and there is hereby appropriated the sum of 40000 or so much thereof as may be neessary to make the purchase of the first seven described tracts of land and in the uvent that said board in its discretion shall purchase receive or procure the last described lots of land now owned by J O Noel Thomas Tanner Mrs lane Butt taer Frank Ohinh and Sally Handy thero is hereby appro priated the additional sum of 20 000 or so much thereof as may be necessary for said purpose said sum or sums of money to be paid out of the Treasury out of money not otherwise appropriated so that said section when amended and reenacted will read as follows Section That the Commis sioners of tho Sinking Fund of styleareas a board to carry out the provi sions of this act and erect and complete the building herein pro vided for The said board is here by a authorized empowered and directed to receive as a gift to pur chase or to condemn for public use by writ of ad quod damnum for the location and erection of the State Capitol and other necessary buildings herein provided for the following described tracts or parcels of land lying in and contiguous to the city of Frankfort Frank lin county Kontuoicy and bounded as follows to wit propertyknownis situated at the southern termini of Shelby Main and Logan streets oontalnlngtwentytwo bounded by street and the property known as the Sayre property on the south and the southwest by the Lawronceburg the lot of the FrankfortWater Co and Mrs Mary John son on the east and by the Frank Chinn resident property anda vacant lot on the north 2d The vacant lot between Lo gan street and Main street ex tendedl fronting on the latter about 1undred feet and running baok to residence hundred 8d feetIresidence of William Cromwell sit uated between Main street extended and Shelby street fronting on the latter about one hundred and sixty eight feet 4th The resident property ofI Frank Ghinn which is the Hunt property oh the suuthI by Main street extended on the vaIcantthe latter about one hundred and sixtyeight feet 5th The lot of ground contain ing five and onefourth acres conI veyed by P B Hunts executor tot Mary L Johnson and bounded the present Hunt property on theI west and south by the Frankfort Waterworks property and the Law renceburg pike on the east and on the north by the L F Johnson property and Frank Ghinn property flth The John W Rodman lot which fronts sixty feet on Logan street and running back that width to Main street extended about four hundred feet and bounded by the lots of Chinn Noel and Rodman on the north and by Chinn on the south 7th A strip of ground about forty feet wide and running along the east line of Main street ex tended from the south line of Todd street to the north line of the lot convoyed by Frank Chinn to John W Rodman Provided That it he left to the discretion of said board as to whether or not they purchase or receive the latter tract 8th All the land bounded on the west by lot of J W Rodman on the east side of Main street extended on the north by Todd street on the east by Logan street and on the south by the ltof J W ROd hereinbefore mentioned manIland Is severally owned by Noel Thomas Tanner Mrs Buttimor Frank Chinn and Sally Handy Provided That it bo left to the discretion of said hoard as to whether or not it purchases re calves or procures this last de scribed a cost not exceeding 20000 and the said board is empowered to receive as u gift to purchase or condemn for public use by writ of ad quod damnum any land for a street or right of way over or across any land which may intervene between any street or the Kentucky river in the city of Frankfort and the lot or lots of ground received by said board Said writ of ad quod damnum shall run in the name of the Commis sioners of the Sinking Fund for the use and benefit of the Common wealth of Kentucky and the proceedings to condemn any land thereunder by the terms of this act shall be the same ns the proceedings now provided by law for the condemnation of land by railroads in this State and the said board is authorized to pay for said tracts or parcels of land herein described and all expenses necessary to oh tain a perfect title to same in the name of the Commonwealth of Kentucky a sum not exceeding 40000 and there is hereby appro printed the sum of 40000 or so much thereof as may be necessary to make the purchase of the first seven described tracts of land and in the event that said hoard in its discretion shall purchase receive or procure the last described lots of land now owned by J C Noel Thomas Tanner Mrs Jane Butti mer Frank Chinn and Sally Handy there is hereby appropriated the additional sum of 20000 or so much thereof as may be necessary for said purpose said sum or sums of money to be paid out of the Treasury out of money not other wise appropriated Sec 2 All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act arc hereby repealed to the extent of such con flict only Sec 8 Whereas Tho Governor- has called the General Assembly in extraordinary session to consider and act upon the question of the change of the Capitol site an emer genoy is hereby declared to exist and this aot is to take effect from approvalbyELI H BROWN JR Speaker of the House of Repre sentativesWM P THORNE President of the Senate Approved February 14 1905 J W IBEOKHA iI Governor By the Governor H MoCHESNEY Secretary of State frankfort Cincinnati Bg The Midland Route Local Time Table 1904IIn Effect January 11 MNosa300 6L7 D Frankfort Ar 112206 WWr Summit 712 211 Elkhorn 1111 cc 2 9ffl2f Switzer 1103 6 72 Stamping Ground 111516 2 Duvall 6 862D4755 C S Depot 6 07If8 BC17 EliZAbeth 95820 Paris Junctn 982645 8 8sMArt Paris f Lv Connects Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L NBETWREN CINCINNATIVIA P MA Jd IA1dIPM 2O0 8 50 LT Frankfort Ar 1011015Ar Georgetown 8014Lvi 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS PM PM 200Lv Frankfort Ar 2 LT Georgetown Ar 6 29 b Lv Ar 583 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KBNTUGO CENTRAL R R POINTS Frankfort A 25A 720P 3 47P 7 WAIL Georgetown L 80A C23P a SBP ti Parts 1 9JX A542P 011P Winchester 117 otA 245P UP Maysville L 6 45A 15P Cynthlana L 502P KP 64P IA Richmond L 7 20A 155P COP Cincinnati L 66P GEO B HARPER SAMUEL BUTTON Pros and Genl Spt GP A ARE YOU ENGAGED Engaged people should remem ber that after marriage many keepingdition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says For years my wife suf fered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric BittersI which helped her at once and finally made her entirely well She is now strong and healthy All druggists sell and guarantee theni at 50c a bottle- WANTEDMEN AND WOMEN In this county mid adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to slit weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by chock direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew Bros Co Dept 4 Monon BMI Chi cago Ill 1824t GRAS Nurseries SPRING 1905 Trees 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 the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER SONS ILexington Ky Dr J DENTIST S Collins 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 51ti u Dr Cadys Condition Fowucra are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier aJ1J vermifuge They are not food 1 0 medicine and the best in use to pnv li horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LoCompte Gayle OJkflBXOStXA B n tkllb4 Kid BJfBAtW ITJe Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has lorpe the signature of s under his per rsupervision since its InfanCy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of z Infants and renExperlence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cast rln is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PoreRgorse 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 Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilate the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of a The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearsIeLflTAun rr mil IT Mtw orrr i Puttingon i McGrew Shingles FROM ammondCo r 24lmJTHEY CAN FILL ANY BILL UiiHave you seen the new four per cent income bond issued by THE EQUITABLE l LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY f Interest and principal papable in gold Interest beIgins at once and continues for twenty years aftor death when the face of bond bpcomes due and payable I shall be pleased to cull and give full information concerning same j Ralph R Wilson District Manager J Frank C Hutchison and Walter Crady Local Solicitors OLD PHONB 453 rJ FIu 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 Business C A BRIDGES CO Prop Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 24lm r WANTED 100000 1 ISKUNK r And other raw aAddressA E BURKHARDT International Fur Merchant 224m Cincinnati 0 l9 rPgeaulasLaxative 1 the nmudy that CWM eetaTfat e iiey