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JV 7THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWTS TEn Js LOO In Advance YDLXXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH Ii 1905 NO 27 4t- iJONLY r 3000Th- isji elegantly tail ored Silk Suit made t qualityTaffeta i ehade of Brown for ifl 30 Also have them in Jf Blackand other shades with short or long coats the very latest tTstyles at 25 to 40 1 t Silk Shirt f Waist Suits Of these we have a quite a variety in changeable shades stripesvto 30 MADEIor 11i ium length Jacket sizes 84 to 4215 TO 135 i COVERT JACKETS P We havea large assort wont to choose from all v the correct styles tight strappedy SKIRTSIk such a large variety as t this season in the mater r ials as follows Panama Serges Lustres Cheviots Coverts and Cravanetts 1 Extra 25 values 5350 T- We are also showing a largo variety of Silks for Shirt Waist Suits beauti i ful patterns in Plain Taf feta Changeables Chif fon Taffeta Peau de Cygno etc special values 60o TO- 150 per yard Our stock of Dress Goods will surely please you We are offering special values j in Sicilians Panamas Ser- goodsCall L4 k showing iq tC KAGIN 71 BRO No 4143 St Clair Street lit At Bridge t Frankfort Kentucky i r t l J I FALL OF MUKDEN The plucky little Japs have at last after months of determined fighting amid great losses of men have driven the Russians out of Mukden had inflicted terrible and irreparable losses in men material provisions and weapons This is a crushing blow that will peaceItBREATHITTS JUDGE RE STRAINED Upon application of the Jailer of Clark county Judge Riddell of the Breathitt Circuit Court was temporarily restrained by the Court of Appeals on Thursday punishunder orders of Judge Benton to surrender Mose Feltner and Sam Fields to the Breathitt Circuit Court for trial they being con fined in the Winchester jail under orders of Judge Benton- DANGEROUS MISHAP TO STEAMER FALLS CITY Owing to the rapid rise in Ben son creek and the river the steam er Falls City was torn from her moorings at the West Side wharf and drifted to Lock No4 Her wheel was damaged by a collision with the lock walls and she was otherwise shaken up By hard work the steamer was finally placed in the entrance to the lock and out of danger Years of suffering relieved in a night Itching piles yield at once to the curative properties of Doans Ointment Never sails At any drug stbre 50 cents- INAUGURATION DAY Saturday last was an ideal day for the of President and Vice Presidentin fact it was the finest day that has come at that time in more than half a centuryThere was an immense crowd present largely outnumbering that on hand at any former occasion of the kind The parade was on a more mag nificent scale than any previous one and more generally united in by people of all sections of the inaugurationIwar The address of President Roosevelt was just such as was to be expected from him It was the shortest ever delivered with the PresidentIwas df epigramatic sentences bristling with good hard sense and patri otic feeling Altogether the people are to bo congratulated upon the fact that they have a President of the whole people ono whose ideals are the greatest good to the whole countryWEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS BLAZE An alarm at 250 on Wednes day afternoon called the firemen to the planing mill of Messrs Choato Finnell Wapping street where the flooring of the second story was damaged to the extent of a few dollars only The blaze would quickly have become dangerous but was soon under con trol THE ALARM THURSDAY MORNING An alarm from box 27 at 048 Thursday morning called the de partment to the parsonage of the St Johns A M E Church on Lewis street where a feather bed and some other articles were do stroyed It was quickly extin guished WILL OF MAJ W E BRADLEY The following is the will of the late Maj W E Bradley which was filed in the county court on Monday last Know all men by those presents That I William E Bradley of the city of Frankfort county of Franklin and State of Kentucky being in good health and of sound and disposing mind publishment All of my estate real and per sonal and mixed of which I shall die seized and possessed and to1 which I shall be entitled at the time of my decease after the payment of every debt and funeral expenses I give devise and be queath to my beloved wife Mary byherothers control whatever And I hereby appoint as sole executrix of this my last will and testament my said wifo Mary L H Bradley who is not to be re ootinginIn witness whereof I have hereto sot my hand and seal this 12th day of October WILLIAM E lSDOI The will is witnessed bv J P Williams and E W oellerI No matter how long you have had the cough if it hasn t already developed into consumption Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup will cure itiFACTORIES FOR KENTUCKY Mr IJD Sampson a well known Kentucky newspaper man formerly proprietor of the Bar bourville News and for some years engaged in the Newspaper Syndicate business in Chicago is to locate some largeI manufacturing concerns in tucky orgnnizedCommerciol has secured the large asphalt con cern with which Secretary Paul menIan at born street Chicago and has been commissioned by several large and well established couI kerns to find locations for new or branch factories He desires to hear from Kentucky towns which offer natural advantages in the trnllS1portationlabor conditionsIA VATION ARMY IEllsijtll P D Titus the Grand Army Provincial Carpenter of cityTuesday Armybarrackswill take down the old Southern Presbyterian Church which has kindly been donated to the army and use it in the construction of the now barracks So in the course of the next six or eight weeks tho army expects to have a home of its own in Frankfort To do this will require a consid erable outlay of money and the peoplo of Frankfort are earnestly appealed to for assistance in this matterA of a few days labor from stonemasons bricklayers laborers and expressmen will be appreciatedWill of Frankfort armyinity and help thorn to establish permanent homo I suffered for months from sore throat Electric Oilcured me in twentyfour hours M S Gist Hawebville Ky 1io y FIRST SHUNNING OF LADIES SPRIN- GOXFORDS r THIS is going to be an Oxford seasoninsteadof the lady of fashion will wear this spring a pair of welted sole Oxfords and a pair of uppers to protect the ankles We are ready with the latest styles in Laird Schober Cos 1 ANDI J Queen Quality 0 rtiRussiapump and two eyelet Gibson blucher are the smart est of the new styles Then there is a varietyof i 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 suc i as can only be seen at Mc 1 Clures countryLaird 500 Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 300 R K McCLURE SON t ANOTHER FRANKFORT BOY PROMOTED Mr Thomas Rodman son of the late Mr James Rodman of this city who has been with the Kohler Bros Electric Works of Chicago Ills for a number of years has been promoted to the position of General Manager for their New York department and has removed to that city with his familyMr Rodman has made his way steadily upward by earnest steady and efficient work and we rejoice to see his labor appreciated by the big concern with whom he is asso ciated There nothing but merit avails and no pullwins pro motionMr Rodmans wife is the daughter of Judge and Mrs John N Crutchor of the West Side and was a prime favorite with all who knew her Mr Rodman retains his affec highdegreehe succeeds in making his stake he expects to come back to Frank fort and live in Bollepoiut the rest of his life MID snroFIREI On Thursday Midway was visit bigdrugMessrs R S Starks Co and the dry goods store of Mr L F Payne were destroyed The loss was between 15000 and 20000 with partial insurance LADS HAND BADLY CUT Master Wallace Daily foil on a broken bottle on Thursday and out his thumb nearly off and gashed his hand Surgical atten tion was rendered at once i ijl Ji i ISHOT HIMSELFA W Rodman Jr was out hunting clucks on Satur day and was so unfortunate as to accidentally discharge his gun and shoot himself in the heel 1rjVENERABLE Senator W B Bate of Tennes see attended the Inauguration Ion Saturday an lwasn his seat in the Senate on Tuesday but died Thursday He was an able man and had just been reelected for six years EKLHORN ON A TARE Owing to the continuous ruins of the first of the week Elkhorn creek has been on the rampage and has gone way out of its banks It rose at the rate of 4 to 5 inches an hour Thursday and Thursday nighttCLIMATIC CURES Tho Influence of climatic con consumptionnis Patienttoo 1proper attention to food digestion and a use of i 1ttIi r t and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking legujInr1a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere sand regain strength are those thatpruse German Syrup Trial hottle f25c regular size 75o At all drug i gists yr L MJwLLLYaJrY1 Cruteher Simpsontf 4 New Shoes Ji Boltons Oxfords for ladies 300 and 3fiO tt H H Grays Oxfords for ladies 3 350 Redfern Oxfords for ladies 3 and Garfields Oxfords for men 5 itStrung The largest line of Misses and Children Oxfords and Slippers in Frankfort 125 to 200 l PERSONAL i Miss Mary Harrison has returned from a visit to Lexington r Miss Mary Bello Taylor hns returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs John G Noel hns gone to Peusnooln Fin Mr Jns D Parker nnd wife won f to Shelhyvillo on Tuesday Mr John C Noel hns gone to Ho Springs Ark Mr Tony Schoberth of Ver sailles was in the city on Mondny Mr H K Wnrd of Versailles was in the city on Mondny Hon J W Cnmmack of Owen ton was in the city Thursday Col Max Dorn has returned from a business trip to St Louis Mo Miss Anno Mason has returned from a visit to Washington City i Dr H S Keller made a business trip to Cincinnati this week Mf Alvin D Jett of Louisville f spent Sundny here the guest of his mother Mrs Virginia Jett r Col Thos A Hall ran down to Nelson county on Saturday to visit his mother Miss Alice Chinn has returned A from a visit to Mrs Maggie Mae TAdd at Madison Ind Miss Florine Havens who has been visiting at her old home ins iMt Sterling has returned home Mr Robert Crowe of Shelbyville visited his brother Rev Wm Crowe on Friday night Satintthe Mardi Gras Mr GoergH L Barnes of the In ternal seven e Department spent Sunday at nome with his family Mre Mattie McQueen of Wash In tan City who has been visiting relatives kern has returned home Mr Mason U Bnrret of Louisville spent Sunday here with his another Mrs W F Barret j Mr J P Hostntter and family Stave moved from their late home near Farmdale to the city Capt MoHenry Richardson of county visited hits family 41deade week E B Humrf nnd daughter Miss Eleanor have returned from Now York City Dr J H Floors of Sholhyville was fn this city on Tuesday shak ing hands with old friends Mr GPO F Berry and wife re turned Monday from Now York 3lty Hon Harry MoCarty Roprosenta tive from Jessamine county was in the city Tuesday Miss Mamio Bull in tho guest of her sister Mrs W P Williams at Irvine Capt Geo W Wilder and wife o Paris visited her father Mr Long in this city Tuesday Col T W Bullitt of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals Tuesday Mr Robt Harding of Danville attended tho Court of Appeals Tuesday Miss Susie Duncan who has been tin guest of Mrs Howard H Tay lor has returned home Sue Scott of Lexington 4Miss guest of Mrs Jas M this week Mr Geo B Winslow of Carroll Appeals4 s k Mrs E C Hathaway of Norfolk I Va visited friends here her old home this week Mr A C VanWinkle and wife of Danville have come to this city to reside Mr Warwick Miller told wife of Louisville were guests of Mr Julel Day this weekI i zJj r w New ClothingF- ull and complete line for men and young men suits T- heOnward Brand In all the new colorings and they are nobby Guaranteed by the people you buy them from Cf CRTJTCHERc sIFcN 1 Messrs Goo and Will Brnwner have gone to Portsmouth Ohio to enter upon their contract for some brick work Mrs John N Cruteher who hns been visiting her laughter Mrs Thomas Rodman in Chicago IUsI returned home Saturday night Mr L B Woisenburgh Jr hoe returned from a visit to his fathers inlaw Roy H H Snood at Gulf port Miss oftMr John B Lindsey and wife have returned home Mrs Martha McClure of Louisa was the guest of her cousin Mrs Ada Garrett Second street this A A Bailey of Bagdad who has been the guest of her sis ter Mrs Sallie Robinson Thomas has returned home Mrs W G Simpson was called to Louisville on Monday by tho serious illness of her sister Mrs Graham Vreeland Mr Jos L Simcox has returned from Pittsburg Penn where ho went in the interest of the Ken tucky Chain Co Mrs N A Powell of Winchester and Miss Leona Price of Eliza villo who wore guests of Mrs Sid Powell have returned home I Mr R M Bergman wife and son of Irvine who have been guests of liar parents Capt I T West and wife have returned home Mr John W Milam and wife were guests of Hon W L Cannon and wife at Midway Saturday and SundayMr H Edwards of Versailles was in the city Monday the of his cousin Mr John C who lu tinIfriends hero returned home on TuesdayMr T Lewis of Kentucky State College sport Tuesday hero the guest of his father Mr J B LewisMr Jas A Hodges of Louis ville was in the city on business with the Insurance Bureau this week Mrs Katherine Worley of Lex GoneIvlove Icy for the pastern cities to pur chase the spring stock for her millinery st ore Mrs George D Bnldrick and children of Lebanon who have been guests of her mother Mrs Mary Tobin have returned home Mr Harry T Crittendon of Beattyville was the guest of his mother Mrs R H Crittenden this week Miss Lena McLaughlin and Miss DirsfC E Collins have returned homo Judge Ira Julian of this city has announced his candidacy for the office of Circuit Judge made vacant by the resignation of Judge Jas E Can trill Mr W W Estill nnd family late of Lexington have moved to theic fnrm recently purchased in this county known as tho Tom place Mr Guy H Briggs who has been visiting relatives in Lexington and who is so crippled from rhou matism that he is compelled to walk with a comic has returned home RIVER HUMPING ITSELF The river is rising rapidly nt this point and the mill men are looking for their logs which have been awaiting this tide above Lots of work win be given as soon as the logs get here i wr f t1t Y jlt ii 300 Full and The confident feeling your dinner table is correct in its appointments can be 1realized a service of R Wallace Silver Plate Mrs illustrated book How to Set the is full of hints You have a copy if A SELBERTJ New Fast Train T- OColorado UTAH ANTHS PACIFIC BJIJnlvts Sunday May IP The new trains Louis In dally The evening trains to same point 1010 m daily Double daily 8orvtce- Through sleeping car service for BanFran iseo tickets now on sale For further information call on or address B T MATTHEWS Trav Pass Alt Ixmisvillo Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo O A JS fOH T jQ Beiri Signature DR the lBoDgi GREENS GREAT PUZZLE Dr G G Green of Woodbury New Jersey will mail for n i stamp simply for postage on of his great a woodo box with glass top containing si necessrtates remarkable quickness of th eye and hand to master it but is possible with practice Sen for one and mention the Roundabout One Minute Cough Gun For Gough Colds and Croup This signature is on every box of tho genuit Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cares a eed IB else doc iii frr New Hats and Caps All the new shapes illyKnox Stetsons and Runnells Stiff and fI S0 tatS f rr Prices to500 i V l line of Mens Boys Misses Oaps f that perfectly ifyou have 835 Rorers TableI timely may you call M novelties SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLouiaville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 2 5 iJM J Lou ltuo Division No1 No t No8 am pm pm Lv Louhsvilln 745 400 790 Ar Shelbyville j10 528 861 wreuceburlf P5fi 020 985 1016 643 Lexington l04 710 Burghs 1055 75 9MIGporJlItown 1150 740 IumLv Burpin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 7151Iflhelbyville 720 82It 910 Louisville 840 750 1040I All trains run solid between Loutaville and Lexington Also on twins 5 and 0 Through Onsen IMrrodsburg thfSouthviKnoxvillearrivlegbetween Louisville nnd Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Loui81St mArmIINo NoI Lv St Louis 808 ato100 p m Ar Princeton l pm 803 a m Huntiiuburg 265 pm 425 a m 645 p m 7K am No No Lv Louisville 000 P Ar Huntingburg 1026 850 p p ml850atJ No9 No12 Lv Evansville 780 p Ar Huntingburg 908 amIII5 p m Az Louisville E1 p m Trains Noa 8 and run solid between Louisville and t1 Trains Nos 0 and run solid bo villa and Evansville carrying Chair CarsITrains Nos Through first olaaa Coaches between Evansville nnd Louis villa Day trains between Louisville and St Louis ca Cafe Parlor Oars Night trains between Louisville nndSt LouiI carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cart buffet 8pplItob Q PA fJJnp Dr Weavers Treatment purinee the blood Cute been kin etupUoer I Ii lZto J tA t KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGSw WITH Or Kings 1New Discovery 1 FOR CONSUMPTION 50c10l Price Free Trial i1 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THBOAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 4 lIJlv i Ii i it i iSickroom Goods f1 iThere Is ire think nothing worth having in the line or sickroom genus but what theematter whether it is rl item of drugs or someIor appliance tlmtAvill Qg crease the comfort ot the sick or lessen tho labors if 11 the attendants Among tthe items carried are l Ice Bags- MedicineM JR IIiBed nt PUliSI oily Sick f le R w r1l1AesI i4 fI i i i i4 Deudornntfll r Du stim Powders Fover Thermomptors Medicine Glasses LWare nt the r J Jftf uniformly low prices that B yj5 mark our dealings M out thrOUJh1 Thn CayID nrn Storo8 U WWW IiiiM r 1ir r tit t EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS I FCtJhtlonsetrlctlycon8dentlaL BecurlnffpatenuPjtenuuken IMNDuu0KonPatente I Scientific Hmericatt lA rsarim COaI1BroadwaJ New York OIDce I at Waabtnatou 1il- kWANTEDTrustworthy man or woman to manage business in this f county nnd adjoining territory or well established house of solid financial standing I20 straight cash 1 salary with all necessary paid weekly by check quarters Monoy advancedexpensesIpanties Position vious experience not investment We penComo Block Chicago III ltf228fc S ii W BM FAR JVL E a 1 p t rDOLLED MADRAS 13 E New Checked Voiles 15c Madras for Mens Shirts 86 in wide 15c Choice patterns that do not fade- WHITE GOODS AWill be better than ever this seasonif the right kind and4rn c t THE DRESS GOODS For this season are not the same old things you have had season after season but a ncjv effect Very at JacquardIohnil5c fcolors and materials that prove their worth IIY service JI i HARBINGERS OF SPRING 1 The following is the list of birds whose IS a sure harbinger r of spring The Woodpecker Down ie Hairie Redbellied Red headed Yellowbellied Flicker FlycatcherKing Bird Wood J Pewee Crested Phoebe SparrowSong Vesper Field Chipping hBlnck bird Purple Grackle Redwinged Bobolink Cow Bird l 1ThrushRobin Woodthrush Thrasher Brown Thrasher MockingbirdW Whistler HouseCreepersBrowlJ Creeper Black CreeperOriole Orchard TangierScarlet Summer Titmouse Tufted Chicadee Junco Grossbeak Cardinal Rose Breasted Warbler Yellow Warbler Kentucky Black Poll Hooded Maryland Yellow Throat Myrtle Red Start Blackburnian Miscellaneous Cuckoo Cedar Waxwing Indigo Building Tow Sogerhead rl DeWltts r t Salve For Piltt i Burnt Sore BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a m to 9 p m except 11 a m 1 and 8 p m everyhourcept 12npon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m 8 and t 10 p m Leave Georgotown for Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m expressjLeavesaLexington for Paris at 1135 a m Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com- panya office 404 West Main streetE Phono 010 Home Phone 11 1274 Y ALEXANDER President 11tf LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters letters for the weekending Saturday March 11 1005 Allison Miss Annie Butler John Cook Dr T A Creth John DeWitt John IfGrhnosHamilton Chester Hans Mack Harris Theodore Jackson Miss Anna Jinkens Rice Kee Charlie e K llev Mrs Martha Laughlin Mrs Rose LoRston J H M D Lynch James Lyons Will Martin Al O Miler Miss Nannie Miracle Cal Moore Nettle Paten Miss Tilda Payne Frank L Penn Mrs Shntes Polsgrove Mrs Paul Pool Frank Roberts Eliza Sharp Mrs Lizzie P Shepard Johnie Smith Herbert Smith Nick- Sparrow Prof M LucySullivan Taylor Rich Taylor Willie Thurman Kittle Tinder William O Troxell Luther lettersE M DRANE P M MB Early Risers The famous little pills NEW OFFICIALS OF KEN TUCKY AND DISTILIERIESII Announcement is made of the following appointments by the Kentucky and Warehouse Co made necessary by the BradleyGoo SecretaryJohn SecretaryEdward Secretary These gentlemen are thoroughly conversant with the affairs of the business and are already at work in their new places They are all clever gentlemen as THANKSwellI Wo have been placed under ob ligations to Col Moses R Glenn Secretary of the Railroad Com mission for a copy of the report of that body for this year He will please accept our thanks for his courtesy SPEAK FOR- DTHEMSELVES ing in Wash Goods and White GoodsThe very pick or the market stylesARRlED CLEVELAND CRUTCHER In Woodford county on Thurs day Mr W S Cleveland and Miss Marie Crutcher were married Mr Cleveland is the son of the late Mr W H Cleveland and is a clever young farmer His bride is the daughter of the late Mr Wash Crutcher and a cousin of Mr Lafe Crutcher of this city She is a handsome and popular girl FREE- A SIXPAGE CALENDAR WALL ATLAS Mnp fof Kentucky showing every Post office County Railroad Railroad Sta tion a ad River An alphabetical index locating towns and giving population and figures of latest census Map of United States Map of Nicaragua and Panama Canal with reports of the Congressional com ittees Map of Eastern Hemisphere Map of Western Hemisphere Map of Japan Corea and Scat of Russo Japanese War An Attractive Calendar for 1905 and tho Flags of all Nations in colors Census Reports of 1880 1810 and 1900 This Atlas is worth 2 and you get it for absolutely nothing by subscribing for the Louisville Evening Post 300IYEAR 100 WANTED Ten men in each State to travel tack signs and distribute samples and circulars ofour goods Sal dayforKUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago 192m r4ATTENTION 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 bo pleased to show you what wo have and give to you prices Remember wo cut you just what you want W T READING SON 815 BrpadwayOppoffite Capitol It OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKYf WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors i o Frankfort Kentucky i b c IN SILKS We lead all others and as to values styles and assort menteAn inspection will pay you A SAMPLE 10 in Louisino 70c worth 90c per yd DIRECT FEOM JAPANwDo we our materials then fresh lyonmoney saving to you Rugsinprofitably spent for you Natures Great Invention On de banks ob de Amazon far away far dayAhAn aldo Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar still JAugust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition nnd assisting natures processes of digestion separation andab rebuildingby perfecttinal indigestion catarrhal affections causingappendicitisstoppage of the duct of unhealthy foods nervous dyspepsia headache constipation and other complaints such ai colic biliousnesstjaundice etc t q w intended reg ulator Two sizes asc 750 All druggists DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Bu tht Magnificent Steamers of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dallyat 015 A after arrival ormorning trains Returning arrive Week r u Sundays Fare toDetroit unlimitedroundtripJit Excursion to Detroit and r turn Week Days Si Sunday 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 5aoo totals and berth extra Special Rata to SodtliuCt- oiecnnnectinns at Detroit with steam en for Buffalo theSooDuluth etc For further information tee nearest Railroad Agent orwrite 0 F Trltgr OOLOtNDJPA Diptheria relieved in twenty minutes Almost miraculous Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil At any drug store CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed SJTp JuSignature of C Xu f V lIc i HeQIg WatteISOQS LetteIs frOIQi Europe i Will Be fl Leading Feature or TU- BCourier Journal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER tAMail Rates fDnllynnclWeakly year COURIERJOi1RNALCOMPANY e LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eROUNDABOUT tand the Weekly Courier Journa both on year fcr onlyiJsi so This for cash suhoriptionR only r thiscombination jthe Roundabout Office t Dr Weavers Syrup Pactte the blood Cerate ointment for the Hill Illinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville No li Memphis N O Ltd No a Leaves 9 mNew Lames 1201 P m Arrives 585m NoI2iLeaFor Fulton Paducah and intermediate r points Connection to and from Elizabeth JMundaystationsNo 4 No 182vLeaves 430 p m Arrives 965 a m toHodgenvilloSundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily 11 JDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Succewf treatment for blood and akin dlaeaMfl SALESMEN WAN1EDThree salesmen for our new County ti Township and Railroad Survey of Kentucky counties and towns fully indexed all railroads shown and distances between all towns on same plainly marked A splendid opportunity for energetic men Rand Mc Nally Co Chi jcago Ill 1m i Lti flil ho Tae FrankfonHoUadaoou Entered at the postolHce at Frankfort Ken lucky na econd class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH II 1905 1 TO OUR PATRONS r Some weeks ago we sent notices to those of our patrons who wero in arrears for the Roundabout ns to the amount and requesting settlement We are glad to say that quite a large number of them have resp- ondedrTo those who are still in arrears we to give notice that we shall be compelled to stop their papers in the near future if they do not settle Kindly bear this in mind and square up tf LET THE CITY GET A MOVE ON- We are happy to say that con r siderable improvement has been made in the appearance ofour streets as to cleanliness But there is still room for more The authorities ought to require all merchants and others to keep their wares in side their buildings and not to obstruct the streets therewith as has so long been the c custom th In the next place we would urge the City Council as we did last week to pass the antispit ing on the sidewalkordinance f r Thirdly Ve would urge the Council to change the name of Main street South Side to Com monwealth Avenue Then let it be handsomely improved by set ting out trees along its sides Nothing adds more to the beauty Fofa street than neat shade trees Fourthly We would urge upon platsIstir them up and sow bluegrass ISeeds NOW so that they may take root earIv and thus help to beautify our already pretty city The last suggestion just now ds for the city to employ a first class landscape gardener or park Every I Two Minutes to Physicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through fxthe heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because so quickly into theblood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advantage in this v Less work quickertmore To get the greatest amount I ofgood with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you itWe will tend you a sample free Be lure that this picture in the form of a label ion the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St NV ocentiDil iloo All druceUt r JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disor ders but neverhas it made a better record than spasmsThousandsnearly every instance the writer has stated that the ceased after the first dose of Ner repeatedinSeven years ago wife commenced having spasms or and 1 called in my home physician and he said she was paralyzed He rubbed her with salt water gave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined tc her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently Tome times severe Her cramp so we could not them and she finally lockedFinallygood and ordered a storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I pot some more She has taken a number or bottles but has never had a fit sine the first dose She also thinks veDhilhly of Pr Miles Nerve and is never without them If there is any way of making this testimonial do so because til the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did my wifeAVM Y ALLEN P Me Elkville Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first tot tie Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind superintendent from somewhere else who has had experience to come here and supervise the gen eral rearrangement of improvements so that our city could measure up to her opportunities The expense would not be very great and the returns very gratifying REPORT OF HIGH SCHOOL- ENTERTAINMENT The Senior Class of the Frank fort High School desire that the following statement of the re ceipts and expenditures connected with their benefit to the Kings Daughters Hospital Fund be pub lished They desire to thank publicly all those who by their assistance contributed to their received from sale of tickets etc 810 85 Expenses as follows Opera House 27 50 Orchestra 1450 Prof Sratton for three rehearsals 6 00 Printing of pro grams 10 00 Tickets and plac ards 4 00 Hauling and mis cellaneous 1 85 08 85 Amount cleared and donated to Kings Daugh ters 253 00 GEO C DOWNING Teacher and Director AUBYN CHINN Pres ELOISE BOOE Treas THOMAS WASH Seoy LETTER FROM A DEAR LITTLE FRIEND Nearly every one in this city knew the little son of Prof S L Froggo late Principal of the City Schools as he won all who met him by his cunning ways bright mind and handsome person We were very agreeably sur prised this week to get the follow ing letter trom the dear little fellow written without assistance from anyone- DEAR J B I MISS YOU SO MUCH SANTY BROUGHT ME A SET OF TOOLS I WAS GLAD TO GET YOUR ROUNDABOUT PRINT THIS FOR ME WE HAVE 200 PUPILS YOUR LITTLE FRIEND JOHN E FROGGE We take the following clipping from the Columbia Spectator We observed Washingtons birthday Wednesday The pupils met at 880 for Chapel service after which Master John E Frogge gave two recitations The Chapel service was conducted in the usual way The pupils then thirty minutes intermission after which Gov J R Hindman gave an interesting lecture on culture The afternoon was spent in a pleasant way If if it1 ofj Lj i r i READ THIS CAREFULLY Recognizing that your interests are identical with those of locid merchants that your sucI cess depends principally upon their prosperity that you con tin ually advocate and encourage community advantage vanfement that your influenceI among intelligent mechanics in your vicinity higher than foreign publica tioJ1sIwe beg to impress importance of beginning a campaign of among your subscribers to counteract influences which endanger your interI comImumty mail order catalog houses Many of the selfstyled farmers papers and nearly all the cheap story publications continually advocate and advise their subscribers to patronize the city market asserting and advertising immense buying advantages We need not tell you the e wonderful offers are a delusion and a snare that these papers advocate foreign buying solely on account of the adver tisers who support them The mails are loaded with mail order circulars and literature calculated to prejudice the farmer es pecially against his home mer chantsAll this is bearing fruit in transferring a part ol the business of every community to a distant city The profit of each transaction which would naturally re main in your town and pass from man to man is sent away busi ness is curtailed rendered un profitable and bad conditions will surely follow Wo hold that a community will go up or down with its chief trading point that the price of lands and produce depends to a great extent on healthy local conditions that mail order suprem acy and success means enriching the corporation or distant indi vidual at the expense of the many home merchants that it means concentrating capital and popula tion at the expense of the country towns and villages that it means the death of individual mercantile enterprise or opportunity that it will change consumers into producers and cripple and destroy the home market that has made our country the envy of he world The country merchants in gen eral are progressive and enterpris ing they encourage and head localenterprise and improve ment they donate liberally for church and charity and pay a good proportion of the local taxes Their interests are closely allied with their customers they select and sell the best the market can supply their character reputa tion and word is above suspicion their statements and advertise ments must be honestly and faith fully made good examination and comparison is the customers privilege and merit is heldabove price Necessary credit is extended personal acquaintance personal explanation and personal experience rule every transaction The mail order catalog house depends upon price inducements solely They quote a few leaders at less than cost and make enor mous profits on the general line They resort to questionable dis honest methods in spite of their boasted honorable dealings They require cash before the goods are seen and sell ninny cheap imita tions of good products They claim to do business on small margins when it can bo proven their expenses average over 20 per cent They get together and fix prices and if the retailer was out of tho field the consumer would be made to pay the limit They advertise well known articles they cant buy and when money is sent ask permission to supply u substitute They pay premiums for influencing business have paid a commission to postmasters for writing money orders in their favor to bribe rural carriers to furnish lists of customers names or to distribute catalogs that have been sent by freight PROMOTED TO ASSISTANT AUDITOR Judge C E Booe who has boon Claims Clerk in the Auditors office has been promoted to Assist ant Auditor under Auditor W S Hager Judge Booe is well qualified for the position he has been called to fill ilIt J l1 Pleasant to take II Laxative Syrup A- 1INATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctortAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bringrk 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 tham any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows jll lf ii i i r w tf I have an immense stock of GLASSaall sizes and caws interest you as to price and quantity it AI FRANK G STAGG tt i f j Hardware Paints Oils Etc tL LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFE01IVE OCT 10 1901 ltEASTBOUND WESTBOUND DailyI INoa Ex Suud Bx Sun AM LeaveLeave I8hstloM jNo1sand Sun M1j1i PM 0 Lexington 0 22I 20 Winchester 1010I 620 irf7451 40 Olay Oltj 488406 Stanton 485 57 Natural Bridge 401 449 1008 1101I 847 51 1029 820 015 1180 170 BeattyvllleJunctionI 9i 625i 225 1i IloonlNo 84 No 22 DI111yMIs A Lye P M Lye stations I Oils Ex Bx AT 20 M A JJ11tNo8S 0 9JO 286 Jackson 880 1120 0 rif925 280 OK Junction 885 1138 848 168 Wilhurst 417 1163 a 880 152 Hampton 480 1168 760 128 610 1223 II10l 741 122 HeOOhwa 518 715 105 Cannel City 645 1245 ill Noa and 22 will make close connection at O E JunctlonSwitii KM 8 and 4 for points on the Lexlngtonl ndBMteroBallway M LJCONLKY8uperintendent tL1f i i1 n 7 i t 1j c a 1t THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR r t e ta 111itftt jr CHAS WEITZELrlYii Successor to Weitzel 6 f i t rj ODonnellI rik STAMPING GROUND h We regret to learn that Squire J S Lindsay is gradually sinking towards the end Mr B B Glass of McLoud Oklahoma is visiting here iMrs Millard Smith and chil ttdren of Gallatin county are of her parents Mr H harffe and wife f Mr T Stoue has gone to Oin cinnati to have his eyes treated f A few farmers have burned their tobacco plant beds The bad weather has interfered with them to a considerable extent pMr D C Robinson has been elected a director in the Citizens IBank to fill the vacancy caused y death of Mr Win Holcraft ItIHook has been elected bytheTheres lots of sickness caused by the changeable weather Dr- A Stewart has had his hands full going day and night There were lots of movers on the roads this wee- kDiedMonday February 27 yearsrfuneral services the next day and the interment was in our come tery Buffalo Springs Poultry Yards have had a fine run of business this season Sqiiire S B Triplett has quali fedas administrator of Mr Wm 4ilolcraft deceased offermglUNO ASSUMED DUTIES 11 ii Mr Harvey S McCutcheon of Ru sel vil1e the newlyappointed Railroad Commissioner for the newlop IM Richardson resigned- orERATIONS r RESUMED DistilleryNoStagg Co resumed operations for this season on Monday last Deputy Collector M H Insko came hero and superintended the resumption4q t ADMINISTRATORS NOTICEi As administrator of the estate of John Green deceased I desire to1thosettle Those claims against such decedent will present them as re uirod by law OHURCni2 BY THE TONIC ROUTE The pills that act as a tonic j and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers i They cure Headache Constipa Earlyqrt n to acta pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City ND says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by J W Gayle d4r FORKS OF ELKHORN Weather fine last week iMr Tom Bowen of Lexington State College visited his father and mother hero this week Mr Oscar Cannon of Nicholas ville was the guest of Mr Sandy Holton last week BornTo Mr James Costigan- and wife a daughterSallie May Mrs Mat Crum and daughter Pinkie have returned to their home at Beards Station after a visit to Mrs L C South Miss Mayme Norwood of Louis ville was the guest of the Misses Hockensmith last week Rev Crery and wife of Paris visited Mrs Melvin Helm last weekMrs Ireland will begin a sub scription school Monday at the schoolhouseMr Hughes and wife of Ohio were called here by the deathof his brother Mr W W Bud Hughes Mrs Virgie Featherston has gone to Arkansas to make her home for the future A KID IQUICK WORK Mr Ralph R Wilson District ranceAssocMrs Wm E Bradley on Friday 10000 being the amount of a policy held by her husband on his companyThis being only eight days after proof of the loss was made and reflects great credit upon Mr Wilson for his energy and promptness and on the big company which he repre sents He claims that the com pany is the best on earth AN INTERESTING TRADEMARK DECISION Owners of trademarks as well as all wholesale and retail drug gists will be interested to learn that the proprietors of Perry Da vis Painkiller have recently won infriugementThey Lightening Medicine Company of Rock Island to restrain them from using the word Painkiller The Court decreed that the Davis Lawrence Company are only entitled to use this word and issued an injunction against the Lightening Medicine Company restraining them forever from its use The Davis C Lawrence Co own the name Painkiller as a originalityuse Apparently they have all the law and equity on their side and they have the will and dis position as well as the money to protect their lights They will prosecute to the extent of the law any party using the name Pain killer as applied to a medicine Builds up the system puts pure rich blood in the veins makes men and women strong and healthyBurdock Blood Bitters At any drug store PUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of tho curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sickstomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 546 St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep mid my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after begin Iloktamedtime I was entirely cured Guar anteed by all druggists Price 50cI Dr Weavers TreatmentIsyrsp tort o blood C r WANTED Special representative iu this andadjoining 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 headquartersExpenses everythingAddress Monon Building Chicago Ill 1024t l DO IT TODAY injunotionNever JtenIeral1yit today 1 That is the terse adI thnshackingwith whioh you have been strug gling for several days remedyfor Syrl1pIyour cough or cold and Its continued use for n few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of cases of lung hopelessle bottles 25c regular size 76o At all drugigsts lyr UNUSUALLY LOW RATESI 21 FEB 21 AND MARCH 7 AND 21 via Railwayto Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma Kansas Ne braska New Mexico Texas and other territory- A 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 LexingtonLouisville to St Louis For rates schedules and full information apply to G B Allen A G T A St Louis Mo- O H Hungerford D P A Louisville T C KyIton Ky tJ tJfll FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA RAILWAYI Denver Colone way 2425 round trip 4080 Oklahoma City 0 T one way 1815 round trip 2255 Enid 0 T one way 1785 round trip 2255 Chickasha I T one way 1880 round trip 2850 Tulsa I T one way 1640 round trip 1990 Wichita Kansas one way 1670 round trip 2085 Ft Worth Tex one way 1970 round trip 2485 El Paso Tex one way 2890 round trip 8680 San Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2580 One way colonist tickets will be sold at rates quoted above on March 21 and round trip Home seekers tickets on March 7thand 21st via Southern Railway Cor respondingly low rates to other points in the West and Southwest completeinformation C T A Louisville Ky or ad dress LexingtonC H Hungerford D P A L KyG A G P A St Louis Missouri td HOUSEHOLD CARES Tax the Women of Frankfort the Same as Elsewhere Hard to attend to household duties With a constantly aching back A woman should not have a bad back And she wouldnt if the kidneys were wel- lDoans Kidney Pills make well kidneysHere is a Frankfort woman who endorses this claim Mrs T Thornton wife of T Thornton barber of 588 Short street says A constant dull aching pain across the small of kidneyshasaccount of this and from the fact that my back has been so weak I have not been able to do any hard workabout the house at all There was a constant irritation from the kidney secretions and they were irregular unnatural KidneyPIllshighly that I gut a box at J W Gayles drug store They cer wayItime and I have no hesitancy in KidnoyPillskidney trouble of any kind For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co agentsforRemember the nameDoans- and take no other- 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 20te l5 When you are asked to try other brands of flour what do they sayIItry it its just as goodas J EM Why experi ment You know what you get when you buy J E M Experimenting means trouble J E M Sold only by Grocers IA DINNER INVITATION After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will pre vent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins testifyIwas afflicted with Stomach Trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspep sia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth DyspepsiaCure all the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomcah takes a restrecuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepara- t on is justly entitled to all of its byJKodol Dyspepsia Cure w DIgMto what you sate h lCrescent snoiiest Route AND Quickest scnedUleXBETWEEN GEORGETOWN fST CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM tJ SHREVEPORTqNEW ORLEANS AND fITEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter C E J 1T89 Mala Streetlexiaatoa Kentucky tiJ1 J P r i Jlttic rc1tJJArl s tL I 3TTEINTIO1N FARMERSJJj I 1 1Strongest j in the4 World jl r f how Pittsburgh Perfect Conform fll tiJSTEELby Electricity Field Farm Lawn and L f cropsCloveii Il iIBoth 307309 Main F C c5xiJEiIrranktort II i GLO IIG OUT SPLE Iw READING SON DryYso as have store and begin new business details which will give later Everything the house has been down t which will interesting This Sale Begins MondayMarch will continue until have disposed the tire line Dry Goods We have a few items stock and these close out about onehalf their real value t 50tFlannellettes in 9colors sale price Outingcloth in colors sale price 2 ft8icOutingyard Cloth sale 60 I tai The this sale LASH taken back or deliv ered any the city b SCHOOL BENEFIT I have been made which C Oliver Powers will present popular illustrated lecture Louis and The I Worlds Fair as a school benefit next afternoon and evening at the Opera House Pupils selling tickets on the that every rent ticket they sell they to receive a cent ticket free nnd it would seem that on such terms every boy and girl in Frank fort should see these splendid in picture of the great the schools to receive cent of the net proceeds of these lectures fund it is hoped they may the patrons of the school Powers here under the auspices of the schools about four years which time the house from the footlights to the ceiling and two large audi ences upun re turn jav r is the time do your fencing We are sole agents for i 1 Will Welded Just the Fence for Poultry St Phones To possible to our remodeled our of we in marked to prices be f And we of en of of winter ff we will at 15c all yd C lOc a1l7 o 41saleBest Apron lcpriceIndigo Blue Shirtings Sic sale price I10cyoupterms of are strictly and nothing exchanged to part of ItT READING SON 315 Broadway Opposite Capitol Arrangements by his St Monday are proposition for 25 are ten representations Exposition As are 40 per for library be patronized by Mr was 5V ago at was packed are expected his ts to C Gingham quality 70I Packages industriously VALUATION OF RAILROADS IN STATE The State Board of Valuation and Assessment assessed the franchise value of the principal roads in Kentucky as follows Louis 11082500IIllinoisChesapeake Ohio 4272440 C N 0 T P 8608816 Southern Railway in Kentucky 1459880 Ashland Coal and Lexington GOT OFF CHEAP He may well think so he has 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 constipation etc 25o at all druggists guaranteed j NEW EQUIPMENT FOR THE ROOK ISLAND It has just been announced that to provide for the increased vol ume of traffic on Rock Island lines a large amount of equipment will be delivered NewI ing the month of March agoItand commercial prosperity of Rock Island States that even be fore the receipt of the new equip men it has been found necessary to place another large order for delivery in the early summer The rolling stock which will be placed in service this month includes twenty new pattern passen ger cars from the Pullman shops which embody so many comfort theyJa passenger equipment This new departure will come as a surprise to the western traveling public seventyfootsixtyfour twin reclining chairs seating as many people The in terior finish is Mexican mahog any decoration is olive green with plain green lines and the chairs are upholstered in green The cars are equipped for lighting both by Pintsch gas and elec electrioIfoot vestibuled coaches with seat ing capacity for eighty The seats are Upholstered in maroon plush otherwise the decorations are the same as in the chair cars All the cars have very large double plats glass windows and are equipped with Pullman standard sixwheel trucks One new feature that will be introduced in these cars is an im proved draft gear with 125000 pounds spring capacity This is about six times the spring Capacity of the ordinary passenger coach On heavy trains pulled by giant locomotives this increased capacity of the draft gear prevents disagreeable jars in starting and stopping of trains An order is aleo in for over 4000 freight cars of various kinds including 1500 refrigerator cars 1500 box cars 500 furniture carsI475 coal flats 850 special design dump cars 250 convertible coal and ballast cars 25 drop bottom stockcars The Rook Island will also re ceive during March 05 new loco motives of various kinds includ ing twenty Pacific type passenger passengerfifteon engines An additional order for fifty locomotives will be placed in the near future for delivery in the summer Of the new motive power to be delivered this month six of the passenger engines are to be equipped with a new superheat ing device being the latest development in locomotive construc secure economy in the generation and efficiency in the use of steam Briefly the device Value JOHN DRISCOLL 11Ii The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont the f rlxcJOHNconsists of return steam flues in side the upper fire tubes leading from the fire box The steam from the dome in passing through this system is exposed to heat which raises its temperature evaporating entrained water and the steam passes perfectly dry to the cylinder This new equipment which is to be added to from time to time places the Rock Island in the front rank among western rail roads in the matter of transporta tion facilities The foresight manifested in thus meeting and adequately providing for the exi gencies of increased traffic is characteristic of the progressive manIagement TUCKY DAY AT THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITIONI The was issued from the State Executive Department Wednesday Commonwealth of Executive Departments Frankfort Ky March 8 1005To the people of Kentucky The Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition will held at Portland Ore beginning June 1905 The peo ple of Kentucky will interested in the success of the exposition in view of the fact that Captain Lewis and Captain Clark were prominently identified with the early days of Kentucky Upon the request of the management I hereby designate and appoint Tuesday August 1005 as Kentucky Day at said exposition and suggest that till Kentuckians who may be there attend on that date and participate in the celebration Witness my hand this 8th day 10051J Governor BIBLE CONFERENCE religiousIgatherings this city next week It will a conference for Bible study convenInieetingItional in character Able ers will be present from neighborI ing cities representing several Protestant denominations Among the visitors will be Rev H B Folka brother of Gov Folk Rev Mr Savage and Rev Dr Doaker This conference will be helpful studyI f rr XVfi tj r Quality lj i be be be 1 Sour illlfjJ StomachftNo nervousness headache constipation K bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of thestomach are i all due to indigestion Kodol curM indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties KodolIDyspepsia Cure does not oply cure digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purlfylngsweetonlng and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomachV tI Kodol tDIGESTS WHAT YOU EATrh t Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to the Weak Bottles only 100 Size holding 2ftapes the trial size which sells for Prepared by X 0 DeWitt i Co Chicago t kr For saie by J W Gayle drugt r gist N ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMANAC fiAND ZOO YEAR CALENDAR t ATTACKED BY A MOB And beaten in a labor riot il untilcovered with sores a Chi f appliesBuckleiis soon sound and well VI use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonsha Mich and find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25o at all druggists wsI THE SUSNHINE OF SPRING ITIJe Salve that cures without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns and Piles disappear heforetheusero- f this salve as snow betora thersunshine of spring Miss H M Middleton Thebes IllBays I was seriously afflicted with a fever r sore that was very painful De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Got the genuine Sold by JW Gayle r t JOHNSONS Great Challenge Sale ClosesTonightI Saturday Th2 Last Day It Will Be a Gala Day a 1 Bargains Throughout the Entire store Every article at special price Tins successful sale ends today Save money buy today 1I Come early and avail yqurself of an opportunity to buy Dry Goods and Millinery for Spring at prices low You will not regret it aJ S D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY L C WHITNEY CO SALE CONDUCTORS RELIGIONS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BoV J J Taylor D D of George town ll preach nt 11 n m and 780 p m- Sundayschool at 945 n m in the phupel r Home Depart nopt and Bible 31asp Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran gers invited to join taughtEbyBaptist Young Peoples Union mt4Topic Christ the Groat Physi clan Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the Visitor OhnpelISeats free t ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHJJBCH Rev A B Chinn rector Sunday 8 am Holy bommunion 1100 Morning Prayer and Ser mon 780p m Prayer and sermon 4p m Confirmation Instruction 980 Sundayschool Tuesdays Thursdays end Saturdays service at 480 p m Wednesday 780 Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Meeting at 780 Bible Study at 750 These services are all open to the 1 public t CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev R Hudson the pastor will preach tit 11 a m and 780p m Sundayschool at 080 a m in the vhapelj Endeavor Society will the chapel at 650 p m LeaderDr J S Coleman r ITopic U Christ the Great Physi 1 cian WednesdayUchapelThe l Junior Society will meet on thetH Y PRESBYTERIANT 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p m nighttinvited to attendEverybody CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev EFnther Thomas H Major rector J jk IiONV Muss at 780 oclock a in High Mass nt 10 a rii Sllncla school at 21 in Vespers at 780 p in iI FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoCluskov Blarney D DM the pastor will preach at a in and 780 p in Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris tina Endeavor nt 045 p in Prayermooting Wednesday even lug at 780 p m All the young people are invited to attend RoyJpreach at 11 a m and 780 p m- Sundaysohool at 945 a m Junior League at p m Senior League nt 7 p m t Prayermeeting Wednesday night oclockI invited to at tend G TO REVIVALS fJ The citybav1ioali congregations of the several some of them in the jchurches and quite a largo houses looking numberI For the Roundabout TO growingInoerflowingAndWe have kept no account of the Misses So wantonly squandered away y Never dreaming a season like this is i The pain of a passionless play j Oh the breath of our blossoming bower It is gone and the roses are crushed 4To 7 And thy tresses are tumbled and tangled 0 Thy cheek all Its color bath lost Droops thy head like a dove that Is strangled A rose In the teeth of the frostje have drunk from the cup of our Joy IWThe last sparkling drop it contains it down on the rocks and destroy Ere we taste of the dreg that remains Let us part neath the veil of the shadows Nor speak of the spell that is spent Let us seek in the dew of the meadows New lovers and bowers content HOWARD H FARMER Farmdale Ky March 9 1905 vival of Christians in religious life and ultimately to the conversion of the usaved Much good work has been done THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST An Independent Newspaper- AT THE RATE OF ONLY OLn PER NTB- YLJtb RAIL everybodyFAIREST BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST MISCELLANY BEST SHORT STORIES BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST CHILDRENS PAPER BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF ONE PEAR 300 SIX MONTHS 200 THREE MONTHS l ONE MONTH10cSample cory if you wish Address Circulation Dept THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky jlooTheThe Louisville Daily Evening Post on independent newspaper nnn Total 500 The special reduced price for 1905 8- 50SouthernRailway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Assailant General iHSAenRer Agent St Louis Mo- O H HUNGERFORD District Pansenger Agent Louisville Ky PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SLEOUORNOur stook is from tho greatest egglaying strains in America EGOS 15 FOR 150 Thorn HullPOULTRY Eugene E Hoge Prop 888I SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all TrainM Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND nOME SEEKERS RATES TO TilE WEST AN SOUTHWEST If you contemplate ft trip or n change of location in the near fu ture Get the Henderson Route HabitIt the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is acquireAtof naming you rates We have the equipment the train service the free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass At Gen Pass AtHENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY C Jg 0 dUVTH IIHAltllNo21IN AM J Pr M Lexington 8 618tilelhyvlllrto Louisville 1100 8Or NoNORTHPM 6OCBheiDyvtle ltOAPLEASANT AND HARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup aiid Whooping Cough One Minute Cure relieves a cough in one minute because it nets first on the mucus membrane right whe o the cough troubles in the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by J W Gayle i i Attractions Next Week a Commencing Monday we put on sale 300 yds of new shades and styles French Gingham 15c and M 12 l2c for the modest sum of lOc per yard DRESS GOODSSicilians Mohair and Panama J 75c ydSILKSyou will find nowhere We scanned everything shown and you mayrest assured they are right as to ideas and prices We leave that to your good judgment to decide Just allow us to show them to you LACE CURTAINS50 pair 3J yards long full width for 100 best ever offered VVe have them as low as 65c per pair F J HEENEY I GETTHE HABITA- ND READ THE Complete Reports OF THE MARKETSPOLITICAL WARI RAILROADFINANCIAL ALL OTHER BOWLING NEWS RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE To draw the fire out ofa burn or heal a out without leaving a sour use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo A specific for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes 4II have used De Witts familyforthe best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by J W Ga- yleoaORIA1Ww theThe Haw 8r4i u rI l LIKE FINDING MONEY Finding health is like findingroneyso think those who are 11Ift finding no relief in other remedies NqwDiscoveryCoughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung med icine in the world At all drug gists 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free OaSTOnA BIhct1IA c NIA hl1ill lIUrLWJmillIl r fs BET- WEENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND y THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILG DEARBORN fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper f iof tAREVIEW OF DIPLOMACY BY ROSE COGHLAN Creator of the Role of Countess Zickn Sardous Drama is to be Revived by Miss Cogh1 andj Howard Kyle Who Has been Especially Engaged for the Part of Henri Beauclerc at Capital Theatre on Tuesday March 14 How vividly do Ir recall thnt- nlemornblo evening when Mr Lester Wallack first produced Diplomacy at his theatre in New York City and I almost a stranger in America had the honor of appearing as the Countess 2ioka in a cast comprised of the then great favorites First and foremost I must speak of Lester Wallack that courtly genial gentleman an ideal stage director and the last of our famous actormanagers Then Harry Montague the matinee idol handsome graceful debon mire and artistic whose Julian Beauclerc was a gem Then there was Frederick Robinson of Jim the Penman fame as Count Or loff J W Shannon as Baron Stein Billy Floyd as Algy Fair fax beautiful Maude Granger as Dora and last but not least that lovable woman and true artist Mme Ponisi as Marquise de Rio Zares But I must not forget in mentioning these favorites our dear old loved friend John Gil bert who while a member of the company yet was not in the cast of Diplomacy and a more un happy disgruntled dissatisfied mortal never lived than dear old John during the run of that play mydressing Rosetyoungerdplay it jolly well too But this walking about is awful awful awfuland he emphasized his remarks with his stick so vio makeuptableHow strong a hold Diplo macy has upon the public is 4 shown by its many revivals the first notable one occurring at Wallacks uptown theatre with Osmond Tearle the then prime HnrryMontagua placing Maude Granger Again a big success Again dissatisfied GilbertThe revival j occurred a few years ago under my management at Wallacks old theatre the Star since torn k down with the original scenery properties and costumes For revival I purposed engaging the best people I could secure in the profession Tho first stumb ling block was who could fill Mr hopelesstically in my mind was my brother Charles Coghlan but he was in England Would he come i here and would he play Henri Boauclero Much to mv delight he accepted my cable and I need do no more than mention his name and his exquisite perform ance to recall a vivid memory of It his delightful work Frederick p Robinson was again the Orloff I was again the Zicka John T Sullivan was the Julian Beauclerc a really fine performance Sadie Marinot was the Dora full of daintiness and grace Mme Ida von Trautman was an ideal Mar quise and Robert Fisher to my i mind was the greatest of all the Baron Steins The success of that season is now a matter of history 11 Diplomacy stands today the only play of modern life that is dayitand a master hand surely at play 7 craft is its author M Sardou who is still vigorous and indefat igable at playwriting though long past the Psalmists three score years and ten Bad acting cana not entirely spoil so fine a comedy as Diplomacy even mediocre interpreters of it afford an audi ence great pleasure but when it thoroughlyin stiledramaticthe most exquisite iutelleotual and emotional treats that the stage has to give Pardon me if I grow too entlmsiaftlfti macy has always appealed t6 met as the model tIlenonpnreilI I jjS In Mr Howard Kyle I have a Henri Beauclerc worth of the best traditions in the part of Lester Wallack and my brother Charles Coghlan The elder Beauclerc must be first pf all a gentleman of the highest brooding he must possess the insight of a Lecoq or a Sherlock Holmes the resourcefulness ofn diplomat and the inflexibility ofa minister of justice Mr Kyles excellent work in Rosemary and Nathan Hale has paved the way to his success in the present difficult roleConcerning my impersonation of Countess Zicka I must leave you to judge As it has been my most famous part so it is the one I most love and it has been my constant aim to improve its artis tic standard rather than to retro grade or to remain stationary in the conception I formed of it when as a very girl I participated in Diplomacys first success At Capital Theatre Tuesday March 14 Go to Bar retts and secure your seats at once A SPLENDID SUCCESS The rendition of the operetta of Cinderella by the pupils of the High Schoolon Friday night at the Opera House was attended one of the if notthe buildImgThe whole affair was a splendid success reflecting great credit havingtheProf G C Downing the Prin cipalof the High School revised the operetta and very consider able improved it The stage setting and general arrangement was admirably man aged by Mr Downing and Misses Frances Hamilton and Bertha Talbott I Ve are glad to say that the neat sum of 253 net was real KingDaughterswas BENHUR IN LOUISVILLE Arrayed in all its splendor Ben Hur will inaugurate a weeks engagement at Macauleys Theatre Louisville on Monday evening March 20 There will be the usual Wednesday and Sat urday matinees Of all the spectacular productions of modern times none has been credited with so long a run of prosperity as this great and popular dramatic romance BenHur is today crowded with a record of nearly 1700 performances in a little over five years and has been seen by more than three and a half m illion people In all this period of marked prosperity a 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