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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEn rs 1 00 InAdvnncei t I YOL XXVIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH 25 1905 NO 2911 MISSES AND CHIL DRENS SPRING COATS Made of good quality Covert Cloth hand somely tailored special values 4 HO to 1000 t LADIES TAILOR f MADE SUITS r Big selection to choose froml5 to 35 LADIES COVERT JACKETS The kind that give satisfaction 5 to 12- WALKING SKIRTS ir You will find just youti ger stock than ever j- t rC KAGIN BRO t No14143 St Clair Street At Bridge Frankfort Kentucky 1 y tij l i fi f I fij t 1 THE PROGRESS OF TIlE REVIVAL Large Congregations and Good Interest The genoial revival services which had been prepared for commenced in nil the Protestant Churches on Sunday last with the exception of the Southern Presbyterian Church As a rule large congregations attended nmlno deop solemnity characterized the meetings The preaching has been solemn direct and of searching personal charac ter and has peen listened to with profound attention We summarize the visible re sults up to the time our paper went to press on Friday evening Ascension Church The regular lepton services have been held by the rector Rev A B Chinn Large congregations have attended evensHudson the pastor has preached each evening at 730 oclockand has been assisted by Prof F H Cappa and wife sweet singers of Israel Fine congregations and deed solemnity RevIheld each afternoon and evening Good congregations have attended the afternoon services but in the evening the seating capacity of the large audience room has been taxed to accommodate the audi ences in attendance Great solemnity has characterized the m etir gs Methodist ChurchRev J 0 A Vaught the pastor has been doing the preaching Unusually good audiences have been present and a fine feeling has been mani f et3d- First Presbyterian Church Rev Donald McDonald D D has been assisting Rev J Mc Glusky Blayney D D the pas greetediOwing to the fact that Rev Win Crowe the pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church has just closed a protracted meeting iu Missouri he has been corn spoiled to take a rest and has not held any services in his church- Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purlfiea the blood Cerate heals akin ernptiou NARROW ESCAPE IA nfterll ont oclock Capt D W Shocld Master of U S S Gen 0 M Poe M W Pryor pilot Sam Watson Engineer of Derrick boat and Charley Coovert of Dredge boat were going through the cut at Lock No 10 to place some dynamite in parts of wall that had tumbled in the ruin Their skill struck an havlinskiff veils capsized in a twinkling throwing all in the river For tunately all got out Pun captain was struck by the skiff overturn ing on him and quite severely hurt He went down twice before rescued Sam Watson also It was a close call for all All had to swim to get out The skill was lost also the battery dyna mite etc The skill was caught a mile below the disaster badly broken Sonic negro laborers pulled the men out of the river Winchester SunSentinel March 28 V ITINER DONE BROKE It is an old saw that all signs fail in dry weather but we hope the latest sign that winter done broke in the fact that several flocks of wild geese have been passing north will not fail and that we have had the last of the cold weather i l V trlt t b4H l WON BIG VICTORY Messrs E II Taylor Jr Sons Win After Hard IOu ightIFriday of last Taylor Jr Sons won their suit in the Court of Ap peals against Mr Marion E Tay lor and the late firm of Wright Taylor of Louisville For many years this concern has been selling whisky under the brand of Old Iaylorand repre oodslwhen distilleryOf to sell their goods for less money than the real Old Taylor could be sold for Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons sued out an injunction to re strain these parties from repre senting their goods as genuine Old Taylor and for damages for an infringement of their trade mark which Taylor Sons had labored so successfully to put on the market and which was so val uableThey also prayed the court for an accounting of profits realized by the infringement Taylorupon appeal to the Court of Ap peals Chief Justice Hobson handed down the decision which gives them the relief asked and directs the proper steps for them to take in order to the proper ac counting for damages and profits straightIdealing trademarks which has been long needed by Kentucky distillers The total amount involved is in the region of 300000 Iren thousand demons gnawing away at ones vitals couldnt be much worse than the tortures of itching piles Yet theres a cure jDoans Ointment never fails EXGOV PRESTON H LESLIEI The many friends and admirers of that sturdy upright Christian gentleman ExGov P H Leslie will read the following clipping with great pleasure Better than all is the fact that notwihstand ing the heavy pressure of State affairs during his service as Gov ernor Gov Leslie was never too busy to attend prayermeetings and other services of the church to which he belonged He is an humble earnest Christian IIoclny the Record extends to Preston H Leslie its sincere and heartfelt congratula tions today Gov Leslie celebrates the eightysixth nun i VOlStU of his birth Hale and physicalfaculties ing of years Governor Leslie is with lib the personification of the highest that is in American citizenship Twice Governor of KenItucky Mr Leslie came to under appointment as its last publicGovernor Leslie has seen In his native State he was prominent in State affairs in Montana ho1 served with distinction in various ways For sixtyfive years Gov ernor Leslie hits been a lawyer and the about it nlluwyerlittle bettor If there be need of disproving Dr Osiers theory that old men am unfit for the lifes work Montana would present for the doctors consideration the case of Preston H Leslie one of the States honored and best loved citizens Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head an active brain n strong vigorous make him fit for the battle of life I f JI I FIRST SHOWING OF LADIES SPRIN- GOXFORDS IT IIIlISpair of sole Oxfords and a pair of uppers to protect the ankles We are ready with the latest styles in Laird Schober SrCos AN- DQaeen Quality 10 1Rl1spump 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 in this section of the country Laird Schober Cos Oxfords 500 Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 300 ReK McCLURE SON HAD A FALL Mr Win Cleveland the miller at the John Cochran Co dis tillery was so unfortunate as to have a fall from a platform at that distillery on Tuesday sus taining a strained back and con siderable bruises rendering it necessary to remove him to the Kings Daughters Hospital His injuries are painful but not serious BLAZE TUESDAY NIGHT An alarm from box Unt 1015 on Tuesday night called the de partment to the cottage of Congle ton Bros on North Wilkinson etreot where an overturned lamp started a small blaze It was quickly extinguished with a loss of some 25 to 50 NEW BONIFACES It is announced that mine host C C Hazelrigg will retire from the management of Hotel Fleming on Saturday next April 1 and that Messrs Alex Schnei der and Moritz Busam have secured tho lease upon this popu far hostelry and will take charge at that time APRIL TERM OF CIRCUIT COURT Tho April term of the circuit court will meet on Mondu v week April 8 There is the smallest docket for a long time the largest part of the docket being composed of suits against rectifiers for fail ing to list and pay taxes on the output of their establishments u Dr Weavers Syrup Pnrifleo the blood Cerate ointment for the akin III il r ctlt4r INCREASING CAPACITY The lead works at Kissinger near Switzer this county nre t proving so profitable that the company which is operating the sanm are making preparations to put in a 15000 addition to their plant The entire output of tho establishment lead and by products have been sold a year iin nIwe and the works are running full time in order to supply the demand BUYS OUT STOCK The sale of the stock of the firm of Mangan fe Darnell was com menced on Tuesday last and after a short while the heirs of Mr L Mangan accepted the bid of Mr Jas S Darnell tho surviving partner for all the vehicles horses etc The price paid was 8000 Tho building was riot sold CLIMATIC CURES k The influence of climatic eon consumptioIllis patientI s SyrupJ1reeis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest anti tho absence of that weakening cough RestlessdanlerInnd reguJurl a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those thatuse German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 yr f Crutcher Simpson 1 New Shoes Boltons Oxfords for ladies BOO and 3 HO H JI Grays Oxfords for Indies 3 850 Redfern Oxfords for ladies 3 Strung and Garfields Oxfords for men 5 The largest line of Misses and Children Oxfords and Slippers in Frankfort 125 to 200 attended the courts hero Thursday Mr Thos J Spencer has returned from a trip to Jackson Mr John W Rodman and wife visited in Louisville on Thursday Miss Susie MoHenry visited rein tives in Louisville this week Mrs J Swigert Taylor visited friends in Louisville this week Mr Sam D Jbhnson and wife have returned from New York City Mrs M W Stephens has returned from New York City Hon A E Willson of Louisville was in the city Saturday Mr Frank S Half left Monday for Peru N Y to visit his father Mr Robert Gum went to Louis ville on Sunday Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington spent Sunday in this city Mr W A Howard and wife left Sunday night for Hot Springs Ark Col C J Bronston of Lexing ton was in the city Saturday- Mrs Jerome Weitzel visited friends in Louisville on Sunday Mr Hubert Vreeland and wife visited in Versailles this week Mrs Howard H Taylor visited relatives at LaGrange this week Mrs W H Sneed is visiting friends at Mt Sterling Mr Starling Swigert went to Cin cinnati oh Tuesday Miss Margaret Berberich has re turned from a visit to Cincinnati Hon R W Miller of Richmond attended the courts here this week f Mrs W E Settle is visiting her old home in Bowling Green Mrs John Morris of Versailles is visiting relatives in tills city Mrs Mattie Matthews visited friends in Louisville this week Mr Chas H Wntts visited relatives at Shelbyville this week Miss Mamie Bull visited relatives in Louisville this week H Insko of Carlisle wasPere this week Mr Grant L Roberts spent Thurs day in Lexington We regret to learn that Miss Minnie LecUidgo is very illIMiss Myrtle Jett has gone to Harrddsburg to reside i Mr W L Grayot wife and daughter visited friends in Louts ville this week Mrs W J Steele of Versailles was the guest of her brotherin law Col John F Davis this week Mr Chas M Harris of Vor sailes attended the U S Court here this week Mr Jas B Allensworth of Hop kinsville was the guest of ion N B Hays this week Mrs W L Cannon and daughter of Midway were guests of relatives here this week Mrs Ike Starks of Louisville was the guest of relatives here Davis of Lexington was the guest of his father Mr I Davis this week Mr Thus P Rogers made a business trip to St Louis Mo this week Mrs Mollie Tnomas has gone to Louisville to St Josephs Infirmary to be operated upon Miss Annie Herndon was the guest of relatives in Louisville this week Miss Lily Patterson of Eminence was the guest of Mrs Sallie Robin son Thomas this week 1t ftsf l v New Clothing Full and complete line for men and young men suits Brand In all the new colorings and they are nobhy Guaranteed by the people you buy them from I11I8s Josephine Kavanaugh who visiting friends in Oov ington has returned home Miss Minnie Scott Avho has been very sick in the Infirmary Louis yule has returned home Miss Katie Thompson has returned from St Louis Mo where she spent the winter Mrs Forrest Wright of Hatton was the guest of her sister Mis J M Perkins this week Mrs J H McDonald of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs J 11 Perkins this week Miss Mary and Susan Marksbury who have been guests of relatives at Shelby ville have returned home Mr J S Weathers made a busi ness trip to on Mon day Mrs N S Cox of Forks of Elk horn spent Sunday with Mrs Mat tie Matthews on the SoutliSide Miss Annie Nourse who has boon the guest of Mrs J P Hobson left Saturday for Midway Mr John S Cannon visited his brother Hon W L Cannon and wife at Midway Sunday Mr Russell Baker left Sunday night for Louisville where he will make his hone in the Miss Helen ORear tending Science Hill Academy was at home a few days this week Miss Coranel Cm toher visited Miss Hattie Poyntor in Shelby villo this week Miss Sallie Pence who has been visitinc friends in Shelbyville has returned home Mr W A Holt if Docatur Ala was the guest nf Mr Frank P Lewis West Side this week Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Sunday with her uncle Mr John A Herring in Georgetown Mr H G Mattern and daughter Miss Irene wont to Louisville Chas H Stoll of Lexing ton was In attendance upon the U S Court here last week Mr W H Mastin Sr of Wood ford county was here this week as a juror in the U S Court Mr J Tevls Cobb of Richmond was in attendance upon the courts here this week Col C J Bronston of Lexington attended the Federal Court here this week Mrs W P Williams of Irvine was the guest of her mother Mrs S C Bull Sr this week Miss Nellie Fellmer has accepted a position with the Frankfort Shoe CoMr Alvin D Jotfc and wife of Louisville visited his mother Mrs Virginia Jett on Sunday Roy J A Burns of Oneida Col Mr Ed O Leigh loft Wednesday for a visit to his old home at Padu cahMr W C Ely of Duboiso Penn visited his parents Dr J R Ely and wife this week Reading this week Mr R K McClure Sr is visiting his son Mr Wm H McClure at Woatherford Texas Miss Annie Herndon has returned from u visit to relatives in Louis villeMrs T Lindsey Blayney of Dan ville visited relatives hero this O L Powers of Woodlake who has been visiting relatives in Louisville has returned home Mr Chas Keller who has been visiting his parents in Cincinnati has returned home Rev George Green and family of Lawrenoeburg were the guests of Mr Luruo Coleman this week The confident feeling that your dinner table is perfectly correct in its appointments can be realized if you have a service of 835 R Wallace Silver Plate New Caps Knox Stetsons Runnells Stiff Hats 300 I TiuciIpE FL I9isf Ifr PERSONALHon friendst ThursdayDr T- heOnward Lawrenceburg futurei SundayHon citythis Georgetown Mrs Rorers book How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have copy if you call M A SELBERT Rev Lewis N Thompson of Owen county was the guest of his mother MIR Ed Porter Tnomp son this week Judge W N Beckner of Win chester who has been in attend ance upon the U S Court returned hqme on Monday Mr Cecil Farmer and Mr Paul Collins who have been at homo from Central Diversity for several days returned to Danville Monday Mr O W Lounsberry of Stam ford Conn was the guest of his daughter Mrs Wm P Hudson this week Mr Basil Kenney returned Mon day from Ford where he Jim hren assisting in looking after lugs be longing to Kennoy Bros Dr Flora Mastin returned Tuesday from Louisville where she ac eoninnnled Mrs Mollie Thomas to tho Infirmary Miss Skillnmn of Paris who has been visiting the family of Hon N B Hays on Third street has returned home Mr Sidney Bedford and wife of this county who have been spending the winter in Florida returned home the first of the week Mr W Morrison of Lexing ton was in the city this week on MillingCoMrs W H Morgan and daughter who have been guests of Mrs Alex Luokitt have returned to their home in Indianapolis Ind Mr Percy Hoge who has been very ill at Chicago Ills was brought home Wednesday under the cure of Dr O K Wallace Mrs W F Billiard of Owen county who has been the guest of JoycehasMrs Montgomery Wright of Louisville was time guest of Mrs Wm F Barret Wilkinson street this weekMrs E W Perkins of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs Roht K Dooley South Side has re turned hfJrneiMrs Robert Boyd Robertson and son have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Gee L Willis ut ShelbyvilleMiss Edelen who is attending school at Danville spent some parentsJudgeMr Eugene Craig Bud wife of Woodford county attended thin re vival meeting hero on Thursday night t r Hats and All the new shapes in and and Soft Prices to 500 l Pull line of Mens Boys and Misses Caps r illustrated a J Mrs John P Hanlny went to Paris Friday to attend the Hiber nian Banquet in honor of St Pat ricks Day Mrs C Gran Graham of Coving ton was the Guest of hor sister Mrs Mollie Thomas the first of the week Mr Forrest Wright left Thursday for Louisville to join the prise hall team why ro he has signed to pitch this season Mr J H Adams of Lexington General Aaont of the Prudential Insurance Co was in Urn city the flIRt of tho weeK Col Thos A Hall nnd wife who have boon visiting his mother in Nelson county have returned homeMr John R Sower line returned from Minneapolis Minn where he attended the National Hardware Dealers Association Miss Mary Cox of Woodford county who has been tho guest of Miss Rebecca Averill has returned tromp Rev Dr Dosker of Louisville wile preached two splendid sermons at the First Presbyterian Church on Sunday left for home Monday Mr John H Brand and wife who have been guests of Mr John W Rodman and wife have returned homeMr Alex Schneider who has been In New York City for some years returned to this oity on Wednesday eveningMrs B Woodruff nee 11 Ira Wiard was the guest of her mother Mrs W L P Wiard this Mary Wright Hastings and children of Shelbyville who have of her brother Mr WmWright returned home Sunday night Misses Sarah and Eva Cummins- of Louisville who have been guests of their sister Mrs John M Bull home15uudayMr Oscar C Kenney who has been at Ford Ky looking after the logs of Kenney Bros was at home for a day or so this week re turning to Ford Thursday Mr H G Matters rind Mr Thus P Rogers Grand Treasurer attendee the meeting of time Grand Council of the Royal Arcanum of Kentucky in Louisville this week Mrs Mary Ashby of Madison ville was the guest of her cousin Mrs Mattie Matthews this week This is her first visit to our city whore she has a large number of relatives a 7 1 tJa JII LUNmII II Y I 1i I I FOR c IUtjNow rJJiS leiONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS BOcSIOO Free Price Trial Il I r4iI Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 1iv Mr W 0 Talbott a valued em ploye in the offices of the K D k W H Co in this city left Satur day for Louisville where he took r position in First District Superyvisor Wilkins office of the same company Mr Haner L Bohannan formerly of this city and a son of Mr J L Bohannan has been appointed manager of burglary and plate glass insuranori branches of the Metropolitan Plate Glass in the office of Burrows Marsh d Mc Lennan in Chicago Ill Messrs R Lee Thurman E Commander of Versailles Com mandery No 8 Goo W Hutche LiIPaynter of Lawrenceburg attended the Inspection and banquet of Frankfort No4 on eightuELECTED U S SENATOR Just fifteen minutes before the bylimitationture elected that splendid gentle man statesman and soldier Maj Wm Warner of Kansas City U S Senator to succeed Senator expiredMajor ct Congress as U S District Attorney and in other useful positions IBLUE GRASS COMPANY TRACTIONi Lexington Ky Dec 1 J904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a m to 9 p m except 11 a m 1 and 8 p m r Leave Paris for Lexington everymIihour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown forvLexington every hour from 6a m to 10 p m except 10 a m f 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight and trunks leave Lexington forJGeorgetown at 8 50 p m Leaves i Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for l business and family tickets canybe had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER Presi- dentBIRTM3 tf BEOKHAM In Louisville on Tuesday to Gov J 0 W Book ham and wife a sonJ C WM t Jr t tLETTER LIST The following is n list of adver tised letters for the week ending 1 March 25 1005 Bays Master Joseph Borish Mrs Eliza Brown S lCarlisleFrazier John- Haly Mrs Laura Hanson Brook Kennel Hawkins Miss Lavenia Hawkins Miss Delia Hunter Mrs Fannie Jaliez Burt Tel Co Melburn Miss Nannie Nichols Mrs MaKuie PorterfleM W A Belford Mrs Martini Baby Tessie MarySample Soott MOSQS Smith Elit Smith Mrs Venn Persons callftig for these letters will please say advertised E M DRAKE P M I IPLEASANT AND HARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure outs 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 deeps ated on the lungs Sold by J W Gayle MARRIED READING GAY Announce ment is made of the approaching t marriage of Mr John W Reading and Miss Katherine Gay Mr Reading is the oldest son- of Mr W T Reading ofthiR city and is now in the employ of the L N R R Co at Jellico Tenn His bridetobe is the i youngest daughter of Mr Jas R iit r Gay of Woodford county She is a handsome accomplished and jlovely girl The wedding is to occur in June ttJJ THE SUSNHINE OF SPRING IMJ The Salve that cures without a i t scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises F and Piles disappear before the use J of this salve as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H M Middleton Thebes Ill says I was seriously afflicted with a fever Delin less than a week Get the ime Sold by JW Gayle ITEMS WORTH YOUR ATTENTION SUITS AND COATS Covert or Black Cloth 5 to 20 SUITS Exclusive new effect in Panama Mohair or silk10to 35 SILK REDINGOTE COATS AND SUITS SILK ETON SUITS Special value skirt at 5 Panama or cloth DRESS GOODS Panama cloths are preeminently the wool fabric for dresses and skirts Ours were bought from the mills very early and are unqualed In value 38 inch Black Figured Panama 50c 46 Inch Blue or Black Panama 85c 44 inch Blue Black or Brown very fine quality100 worth 125 MOHAIRS All colors All pricesSee the new Plaid Mohairs See the new Chiffon Mohairs w 3s 1VL EJ I I DEATHS SHARRARDOn the West Side on Tuesday Miss Stella Shurrard daughter of Mr Wm Sharrard and wife nged 17 years Miss Sharrard was a pretty and popu lar young girl The funeral and PleasantIHARTSTEINIn an infirmary in Louisville on Wednesday Mr Abe Hartstein about 50I yearsIMr Hartstein came to this city quite a number of years ago with his brother and opened a notion store on Main in the Mansion House Block After a time they removed to Lexington Later the one whose death we chronicle came back here and opened establishment in the store roomI now occupied by Messrs R K McClure Son with their clothing department Failing health caused him to close up his busi ness and take a sea voyage to re store it Returning he a place with Mr Fred acceptedI his Versailles store months ho had steadily in health and had gone to Louis ville for treatment popularbusiness wherever he went The news of his death will cause sadness in many hearts here- For the Roundabout OUR FRIENDS Yes comingbuckSoon will be complete the feathered band Each day now adds a new face or note iITo gladhandThe red lieal woodpeckers resoj nant knock glndtoFor our woodland is far from com pleteVithont his gaudy coat and clarion sclearr In verybusyHunting house but never a word of rent And many consultations oer it theyWell her as free tenant Im content And thou the trim little blue bird With his coat of cerulean hue When ho gets here with soft sweet notes Thats winters gone will tell you true- AMIGO March 3 1005 For the Roundabout LE BON TEMPS VIENDRA I saw the redbreasted robin to dayThe harbinger of coming spring And I know he has come to stay For of the South I heard him sweetly sing Yes I heard him warble it oer and oer Said winters rule would soon be oer That sunny skies flowers and windI were just behind That he heard from his flight in the higher way The laughingThe playful lambs it was a glad sightThe his field from early morn till night lonRIFor now heMl have to move on most any day For they are coming the flowers thymeThen The good old summer time AMIGO February 25 1905 IMrs M Duck Helm will dress make 514 East Main 2- 92tFREU A SIXPAGE CALENDAR WALL ATLAS Map of Kentucky showing every Post office County Railroad Railroad Sta tion and 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 Cores and Seat of Russo Japanese War An Attractive Calendar for 1905 and the 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 PostDAILY 1 YEAR 300 DAILY 6 MONTHS 200 SATURDAY ONLY I YEAR 100 If genuineLaxativeUio remedy that dives a cold In one dayI I OLD TAYLOR tl IiTILEPREMIER fIra KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky I 8 1i j f rItp SILKS As we found some months ago that silks were going to be in phenomenal demand We took advantage of the condition of the market and secured the choicest patterns at prices much below those ruling today 23 inch Polkadot Foulard 58c 19 Inch Pin stripe Taffeta 58c 27 Inch Chiffon 100tChameleon effects v Razah Warp Prints All the new weaves SPECIAL IN HOSIERY Womens Black Hose regular 15c quality 10c splendid value Black Cat Hose for Children 10c 15c 25cBest forswear AMERICAN LADY CORSETS New Spring ModelsA shape for every figure CARPETS AND RUGS A FOOLISH PLAN hourBecause 11 Constipation is the result of indigestion appetiteselfpoisoning various arts of the system catarrhal inflammation of the in testinal canal and numerous other ail theydoJIm bound in the bowels is a com mon expression of people who look mis persistincouldbeFlower which is natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach theliverJTwo sizes 25C and 750 All druggists Ii DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDOI To St Clair FlatsI I Port Huron Bu the Magnificent Steamer of tilt Leaving foot of Madison Street 9 A after arrival ormorning atIReturning arrive Week DRs r Sundays ooo Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip Si to Detroit and rrturn ExcursionI5undsy75C To Ft a delightful two ltriP only SJOQ meals and berth e Special Rater to S cetIClose connections at Detroit en for Huftao the Soo Duluthetc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 F TrUar COLOtNOJPA e LittleEarly Risers The famous little pills CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- SiiUaturo of k JjUI New Fast ITOTrainI UTAHPACIFIC COAST in effect The new trains will leave St a Im daily The evening trains to ts 1010 m daily Double JThrough sleeping car service taco Excursion tickets now For further information call resstRT O Trav Pass Act H O TOWNSEND re Gen Pass Ticket Agt ANTHEN C 0 TIME 1BOUTH Lexington rraakiort Shelbyville 100 618 IIr Lonlsvllle INORTH AM lt PM r oulsvlllp H30 helorvlle I92fi 700 1AStomach Troubles 1 curedfy AlIDL j DYSPEPSIA CURE I Under all curable conditions IMr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay 0 was ler of Hilliard cured by Kodol Fa was cured of stomach Ii of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected 111 t tho use of IIJIOuauWlutYr KODOL a w t For sale by J W Gayle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOI ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR i It yjt vi it Ii 1 TQe FraakfurfouacIaboui Eatereil at thc postotHco at Frankfort Ken ttrvtcly as second class mailablc matter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH Q25 1905 u TO OUR PATRONS r Some weeks ago we sent notices vfco those of our patrons who were 1 in arrears for the Roundabout as to the amount and requesting settlement We are glad to say that quite a large numborof them have responded To those who are still in arrears we wish to give notice that we f shall be compelled to stop their papers in the near futureif they do not settle Kindly bear this In mind and square up tf 4AMENDE HONORABLE In our notice of the banquet given by the Baraca Class of the First Baptist Church on Thurs day night of last week we unin tentionally omitted to mention the fact that the young ladies of the Church served the banquet in elegant style not having a jar or ra particle of confusion from start to finish and they moved through ifc all with the grace characteristic of Frankfort girls and a prettier and sweeter looking bevy of girls can not be found in this section vof countryTo ladies and to those others who planned and prepared the banquet is due the splendid success of the whole affair We miist not forget also to state that the Frankfort Orches tra furnished delightful music throughout the evening l D HE above picture of the man and fish is the trade mark of Scotts Emulsion and is the synonym for strength and purity It is sold In almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe If the cod fish became extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes a from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emulsion found a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the estthing in the world for weak lackward children thin delicate people and nil conditions of wasting and lost strength fl Send for tree sample SCOTT BOTOTE CHEMISTS 40941 PKJLBL 8TBEBT NEW TOBK- Jc and 9100 All druggists j i J I Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I fell it is my duty to let you know that your medicines have cured little girl of nincof spasms Shecommencedhavingthem- at the age of three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits in a form He did her no She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to my child gave her in all t bottles of the Nerine Bud one of the Blodd Purifier That was over two years ago and the has not had an attack since we com menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we her permanent cured I enclose her pic ture My in law lost her reason and was in ane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Nor vine cured her sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank much fr vour goodmedi cines and kind advice I dont Itink there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little lives out in ArkansasMRS HANNAH BARKETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Send or free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad- POSTOFFICEI There is beguilement in the story of Rhodns first party to which Florence Tinsley Cox in the April McClures makes this recent addition to the numerous family of magazine children This dear little girl made her first courtesy to the public in The Old Major There were games at the party One of them was a strange new game called Post office It began by a little girl leaving the room mysteriously and calling a little b out into the hall to receive a letter Theres a letter in the post office for Davie Williams she cried in a shrill high voice that sounded frightened- All the other little girls laughed Davie Williams grew very red in the face but he went out for his letter and closed the door carefully behind him- I wondered why he stayed so long and what they could pos sibly be doing behind the door It was very exciting More little girls went out and more little boys Then Theodore Otway went out and I heard my name He was waiting for me with his hands in his pockets Hello he said in a diffident way h Hello I answered shyly fingering my hair I looked about for the won derful something which I had come to spe There was nothing only the hall and Theodore Ot way still with his hands in his pockets Strange to say beseemed embarrassed He fidgeted Still it was nice out in the hall Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Electric Oil Perfectly safe Never fails At any drug store U S COURT ADJOURNS The U S Court which has been in session here for two weeks closed up its business on Thurs day evening and adjourned The last case tried was that of Rogers v C 0 Ry Co and Pullman Car Co in which Mrs Rogers claimed damages for being forced to change cars while train was running at a high rateI of speed whereby she was thrown against the seats etc her back being seriously if not permanently injured She won a verdict of 8000 DR WILLIAMS UPSET While en route from the coun try on Saturday night Dr U V Williams had his buggy upset and was considerably bruised about the The Doctor sundaYSChOo1on not even and eyes were bunged up 1THE WIZARD OF OZ Hamlin Mitchells Great Spec tacular Extravngnimi Comes to Capital Theatre Wednesday Night March 29 For Ono Performance evidentlyinment with the Wizard of Oz which is to be seen at that house next Wednesday March 20 The enormous business that this at traction is doing this season is really phenomenal and probably no other performance could quite succeed in drawing so universally well The Wizard possesses so many elements of success that it is little to be wondered at that it has become so attractive and so popular with American theatre goers Music comedy and extravaganza are so adroitly inter mixed that the result is an enter tainment that is pleading to all classes Frank Raums bookof fairy stories lends itself admirably to the purposes of extravaganza and in The Wizard overt ad vantage has been taken of the op portunities to provide n perform ance that Can be scarcely described otherwise than as extraordinary There are several scenic effects in The Wizard that would make it talked about if there was nothing more One of these is the cyclone which comes at the very beginning of the play And by the way it behooves all to be in the theatre early as the performance begins at EIGHT OCLOCK AND THE CYCLONE COMES WITHIN FIVE MIN UTES AFTER THE RISE OF THE CURTAIN The cyclone is most realistically managed by the aid of electricity and is one of the most startling scenes ever put on the stage Next to this comes the scene showing the field of poppies the flowers being repre sented by human figures A snowstorn comes up the flowers are blighted and the tropical scene is gradually changed into one of winter No mention of the Wizard of Oz would be corn perIand the Scarecrow These are two creations that are absolutely new to the stage and they have undoubtedly done much towards the success of The Wizard in fact they form the very backbone of the entertainment The com pany is a large one and the chorus it is said is made up of the pret tiest girls thatwill be seen in this city for a long time and when it is stated that they have been trained by Julian Mitchell no further proof of their excellent work will be necessary Advance sale of seats opens at Barretts Monday morning at 7 oclock Prices Box seats 2 entire lower floor 150 entire balcony reserved first and second rows remainder of balcony 75 cents entire gallery 50 cents O4STOeIABoars SIgnature of PURCHASED NEW HOME Mr Gus Thomas has purchased of Miss Minnie Scott her cozy cottage home on the corner of Third and Steele streets The house is at present occupied by Col Noel Gaines The price paid was 8 100 A CONSIDERATE LITTLE ONE A little miss of four years from Louisville visited her grand mother in this city recently und while here attended Sundayschool with some of her little friends one Sunday upon which occasion the subject of the lesson was Nicode mus Visit by Night to Jesus Upon returning home her grand mother asked what she had learned at Sundayschool when she replied All about Nigger demus but I dont call him Nig gerdemus I say Colored Demus Its more polite- 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 z Pleasant to take fr1Il Laxative Syrupw NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION ylr Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as j Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have triedrar ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE t NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO f i Glaze You- rWindows y- I have an immense stock of GI ASSall sizes and CA interest you as to price and quantityYl FRANK G STAGG ti r Hardware Paints Oils Etc1fcltin LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANYj LOCAL TIMETABLE i EFFECTIVE OCT 16 1901 Jj EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Mx Ex SuudI NO4 Daily Ex Sun Ex Dally No8 it 1Ex Bun AM AMII A P M Leave Ar 1 7PlI225 0 Lexington 0 605810 20 Winchester 500to866 018 Clay City 406 P23 Stanton 480 Fr 485 954 Natural Bridge 401 440 84771020 0 615 1180 0I tTrains 3 and connect at O K Junction with tho O K andlocal points on that line Trains and 2 connect at Beattyvillo Junction L AiUv for Beatty villo Trains Noy1 and 8 connect with the 0 O Ry at L E d lit Sterling and local station J R BARB CHARLES General Manager Q ti OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY I MisI No84I IIBIlloM Torrentj SundI Ex SundI Stations IMI 826i1fr No 83 DaUyEx d No No for No Ex j Mrslt A M Lve P M LyeIAMAr PM Ar ttri r 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 lji925 280 O K Junction 885 1126 158 Wilhurst 417 1152848I fIij152 Hampton 1158 128 Leo City 510 122J 19191 741I 122 618 1228 105 Cannel City 545 1245 Jt Nos and 22 will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEYiSuporintendont t Hfir KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL 1fiASSOOIATION ll at Mammoth Cave sICy on June 21 22I28 1905 The approaching meeting of the Kentucky Educational Associa tion at Mammoth Cave in June will doubtless be a recordbreaker The double attraction of seeing the greatest natural curiosity in Jitthe world and at the same time the largest and most l enthusiastic educational meeting in the history of State educational ffassociations will draw many who attendedytJ There will be present large bodies of teachers from all adjoin t ing States and certainly no Ken 7 tucky teacher will allow so excel lent an opportunity to pass without making effort to avail himself of its advantages Tile program which is being prepared will be most elaborate t Among the speakers who will i iaddress the teacher are the fol- lowingfI Governor J C W Beck ham of Kentucky Dr John W tCook of DeKalb G Williams of Athens I t Ohio State Superintendent W T Carrington of Missouri State l ofMgrt1 A Mynders of Tennessee State r Superintendent Isaac W Hill of SuperintendentlState Superintendent Jas H Fu- qua of Kentucky and various other prominent educators meettt Schools and the characteristic So feature of the meeting will be the organization of the teachersflllt into a Federation or Union the it L fundamental principles of which Vlshull he IJ 1 To place teaching on a pro QlepSlona basis IJ 8 2 To remove the management 1of public schools from the influ once of partisiau politics sec tarianism or personalities Ii 8 To educate public opinion in Gyfavor of Better schools and better trained teachers l b Better schoolhouses and I better equipment 1c Longer terms and larger t salaries i 4 To serve as a means of dis seminating the views of teachers in every corner of the Common wealth 5 To serve as a medium of in telligent and sympathetic com ymunroation between the Peoples t School and the Peoples Representatives in the Kentucky General Assembly All railroads offer one and one third fares for the round trip The Mammoth Cave Hotel oilers a rate of 150 per day Tho Cave Agent offers half rates in the cave or Long Route 150 Short Route X1001t rates from all landings on and Barren rivers between Evansville and Bowling Green will bo one fare for the round trip For further information ad dressr M 0 WINFR- EYiPresident Kentucky Educational fiAssociation Micldiesborough SPRING OPENING Our Spring Opening Takes Place Wednesday and Thursday MARCH 29 AND 30 Silk and Wool Dress Goods White Goods Ready toWear Garments in Silk Shirt Waist Suits Covert Sr Jackets Skirts Muslin Underwear Full new stock in every department We cordially invite your in spection of our large assortment p9CHASJWETZEL Successor to Weitzel ODonnell u ISlAlfPING GROUND Mrs T R Spaulding visited her mother Mrs Oliver in Frank fort this week- Mr W H Oldham is recover ing from an attack of pneumonia Miss Mattie Kelly who has been quite lick is improving Miss Beatrice Duvall of Cincinnati visited her parents here this week The Peoples Bank are having their second floor remodeled into office rooms It was known as Reynolds Hall DiedAt his home in this place on Tuesday March 14 Esquire John S Lindsay aged nearly 85 years When 18 years of age he joined the Baptist Church and was baptized by the beloved Rev las D Black of sainted memory He had served as sheriff and mag istrate of this county He was an upright honest and benevolent gentleman beloved for his many sterling qualities as man and Christian The funeral services were conducted by his pastor Rev G W Hill in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends on Thursday morning The remains were taken to George town for interment in the ceme tery there Truly a good man has gone to his reward Master Commissioner F M Thomason sold the Tilford farm of 125 acres on Monday to Mr John H Tilford at 05 per acre At the same time ho sold the Joe Bond land 18 acres to Mrs Susan M Thomason at 8750 acreMr T Sharp of this place was married to Miss Emma Oli ver of Franklin county UNO- SUGGESTION Those who are investigating psychic research autosuggestion mental methods of healing drug less systems of hygiene and the power of thought to influence en vironment will be interested in the April issue of Suggestion Chi cago a magazine of the New Psychology for thinkers It contains articles on health matters practical psychology will power memory culture nature cure mentality and the development of natural inherent forces for the acquisition of health happiness and success and shows the neces sity of correct breathing right thinking and eating and drinking properly 0 S 11 onIABears the Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 940 m Arrives 745 am Now Orleans Special No pin 685 pm Ltncr201 Local Mall No Leaves 720 a m Arrives pm- For Fulton Paducah and intormediate- point8 Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hoduenville and no Sunday service to Ellzabo Mown and Hodgen vllle Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 480 m Arrives 056 a m For Central City Connecting service to and Elizabethtown except on Sundays Stop at nil stations All Trains Run Daily Il 1r WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because its for One Thing Only and Frankfort is Learn ing This Nothing can be good for every thingDoing one thing well brings successDoans Kidney Pills do one thing only- Theyre for sick kidneys They cure backache every kid ney ill- Here is Frankfort evidence to prove it Mrs Anna M widow residing at 50 Main street corner of Todd says I received no permanent benefit from all the different medicines I took for a number of years past trying to find relief for the intense suffer ing I endured across the smallof my back seemingly centered in my kidneys I became in fact about tired and discouraged in my efforts to find help At one time my condition was so bad from congestion of the kidneys that my doctors gave me up however I got better and continued to suffer with the dreadful misery in my diS1tressing about Doans Kidney Pills in our papers and this induced me to grandIsonW Gayles drug store and to my most pleasant surprise they gave conIFor 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 Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to the needs of the children Pleasant to take soothing in its influence It is the remedy of all remedies for every form of throat and lung disease UNUSUALLY LOW COLONIST RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 21 HOUSEKEEPERS RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 7 AND 21 via Railwayto Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma Kansas Ne braska New Mexico Texas and other territory undivisit or settle in the great west and southwest The SOUTHERN RAILWAY has its own line and runs two solid trains daily from Lexington Louisville and intermediate points to St Louis For rates schedules and full information apply to G B Allen A G T A St Louis Mo C H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky T C Crews T P A Lexing ton Ky 1 rJ FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Colone way 2425 round trip 4080 Oklahoma City 0 Tone way 1915 round trip 2255iEnid 0 Tone way 1785 round trip 2255IwayIround trip 2850 ITulsa 1 T one way 1640 round 1990 Wichita Kansas one wnyI 1670 round trip 2085 Ft Worth Tex one way 1970 round trip 2485 El Paso Tex one way 2890 round trip San 3680I2885 round trip 2580 One way colonist tickets will be soldat rates quoted above on March 21 and round trip Home seekers tickets on March 7th and 21st via Southern Railway Correspondingly low rates to other points in the West and Southwest completeinformntion C T A Louisville Ky or ad dressT W Crews T P A Lexington Ky C H Hungerford D P A KyG A G P A St Louis Missouri td DO IT TODAYI inlupctionNeveryou can do today is now gen erally presented in this formIt Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking oough or demoralizing cold with you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over thirt flve 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 seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked lungs German Syrup will surelyI effect 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 1yrI R05 SAVANNAH AND RE WORTH AND RETURNVIA QUEEN C CRESCENT ROUTE e1 Tickets on sale from Geor owii to Savannah May 18th and 14th with final limit May 26th with privilege of extension to June 15 1905 To Ft Worth May 15th 16th and 17th with final limit of May 81st Ask ticket agent for particulars DeWltts Whole Hazel Salve For Piles Burns Soros 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 nctn safe pill Mack VnlleyICity i When you are asked to try other brands of flour what do they mean when they say take this sack and try it itsjust as good as J EM Why experi ment You know what you get when you buy J E M Experimenting means trouble Hi E Mh Sold only by Grocers IA DINNER INVITATION After a hearty meala dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will pre vent an attack of IndigestionLKodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure fcr Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesubs Ky says I can testify theIcureroubleIyears six bottles of your Kodol Dyspep sia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 000 to me Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest any quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomcah takes a rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepara ton is justly entitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by J W Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat Queen and Crescent Route iShortest Route ANDrv Quickest SoMule i BETWEEN GEORGETOWN flfH CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA r BIRMINGHAM il SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter C Ee CLARKS T P A 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky iSrSI1 I ATXEINXIOlN RARWERS to 4 Strongest e inthe World 307309 Main Both Phones Now is the time to do your fencing We sole agents for Pittsburgh Perfect STEEL FENCEWelded by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry We also have Fertilizers for tobacco Tarpaulins for protecting your crops I I Glover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves CementSeI I St are P C COINER c4c CO i CLOSING OUT SRLE WITr READING SON Is on in full blast and crowdsy are taking advantage o the low prices that prevail in thet Dry Goods department WHY NOT YOU The same low prices will be in force the coming week as i we close out our entire line of Dry Goods as soon as possible NOTICE We will continue to keep Carpet Warp and Tobacco r Canvass W TI READING SON 315 Broadway Opposite Capitol DONT THINK YOURSELF TO DEATH Thousands of people actually think themselves to death every year by allowing their minds to dwell on morbid subjects The idea that one has some in- cipIent disease in ones system the thought of financial ruin that one is getting on in life without improving of these or a thousand similar thoughts may carry a healthy man to a t premature grave A melancholy thought that fixes itself upon ones mind needs as much doctor ing as physical disease It needs to be eradicated from the mind or it will have the same result as a neglected disease r Every melancholy thought everymorbid notion and every nagging worry should be resisted to the utmost and the patient should be protected by cheerful thoughts of which there is a bountiful store in everyones pos eeasion Bright companions are cheaper than drugs and plasters The morbid condition of mind produces a morbid condition of body and if the disease does hap pen to be in the system it receives every encouragement tp develop thernpY1From chology Magazine rOASTORIAsears the CERTAINLY TO BE DESIRED The rumor is quite persistent it this city that the J E M Mill jug Co will shortly reopen that famous mill and resume business hero Wo earnestly hope this is true It was an outrage their being so annoyed that they were forced to shut down last year They employed some thirty or more people and disbursed thousands of dollars in this community every week We need such enter prises far more than we do the Capitol V t 7rIJ wn SPELLING BEE Dr U V Williams Offers a Gold Spellerin Dr U V Williams will give to the best speller in the white school open to all grades and high school a premium of a gold medal on the following condi tion Ho will select 200 words from a school dictionary and on the first Friday in April as many as desire shall enter the contest Miss Wiard will be selected to give out the words and each con testant shall have reasonable time to write the word The contest shall be held in the presence of a committee of three who shall look over and grade the papers The ten pupils who shall spell correctly the most words shall on the next Friday contest hav ing one hundred 100 words given them same to be written and handed to the committee before leaving the room Of these the five spelling the greatest number of words correctly shall contest the next Friday having the same number 100 one hundred words given themto be written down and handed in Of these the two highest shall be given 50 fifty words the next Friday on the same conditions to finally decide the contest 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 neta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipa tion Sold by J W Gayle FREE NEWSPAPERS IN HOTEL- SOyrarh18 Right That WM Jet Vrn derotood by a realaGWMt What a brute I heard a lady say as I rose from the dinner table in the hotel says the Chicago Inter Ocean I did not know that I was the per son to whom she referred till after ward when a friend of mine who WM sitting at a table near by spoke oi thematterThe at your table last night thought you were a brute he re marked laughingly- I heard her use the word but it never occurred to me that I was the person she alluded to What did I do 1 I asked You carried off your newspaper 1Well I asked what of that It was mine- I gathered from what she said tt the waiter continued my friend that in the town where she lives the hotel furnishes its guests with the daily papers They are placed on the table in the diningroom and are free to all She supposed all hotels did the same and that you were carrying off a paper that wu common property She considered you a brute because she was not accus tomed to seeing hotel guests buy their pepens Jl t d 1 Conform beds 1 must prospectsany Value JOHN Quality fjThe Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place IJOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouiRLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 251901 Louisville Division No4 am No 5 pm Ipm 790ArLawrenceburg 055 620 085 954LexingtonBnrgin 1065 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No2 pm No6I 710Ar605 445 780Versailles fl25 612 765 Lawrenceborg 643 540 820 720 624 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 andLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 5 and 0 Through Obser vation chair car between Louisville Harrods burg and BurfdnIthpSouthviiKnoxville arrlyinLexingtonBetween Louisville Evansville and St Louis IStLouis Division No4 No a mAIPrinceton 100 p m 145 a m St Louis It 688 p m782 a m No8 No1 8am110OOPmAI No 10 No 29 Lv Louisville 600 P aAr Huntingburg 850 p ml1145a Evansville 1025 p m No No12 JV Eransville 780 p m Ar Huntingbur9 08 a mll15 p Ar 1159n pijtu Trains Nos 8 and run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains 0 and run solid between Low ville and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and Through first class Coaches between EvansVille and Louis trains between Louisville and St Low Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Low Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car with buffet For serviceIto agent H R Spencer S H RailwayI IISO TRADE MARKSI a sketch and description msj quickly ascertain our on Invention U probably patentbl Coraraunlcn sentfreeddestagencyforeecurtngpatentsPatents sotto without charge In the Scientific flmcrican Ahandiomelrtllcstrated weoklr Largetcia eulatlon of any iclentlflo Journal Terms rear four montma L Sold byall newsdealer 4U Yorkomoe i r r Will to the most uneven ground rls tiKentucky DRISCOLL Kentucky Extraordinary Offer Our drug store has made arrangements whereby anyone who desires may obtain free a bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic the positive Constipation Cure carry a full line of drug store goods Quality low prices and courtesy are our tIMuUscures process sure Grape Tonic is a nutritious food which strength ens and revives the paralyzed muscles of the bowels Gradually assume their normal condition to do their work unaided and are cured It is not a physic or drug- stimulant Dont it will cure When cured tell your friendsthat is all we askid FREE COUPON Send this advertisement with your name and address along with our name a freeibottle of Mulls Grape Tonic to Mulls Crapo Tonlo Co 600 Third Ave j Rock Island IIInIThecustomers We are looking out for your in terests as well as our else daSEEUSmuch COME AND For sale by J W Gayle UNITED STATES OF AMERICA EASTERN DIE TRICT OF KENTUCKY nndforRefereo District No BankruptIn Frankfortaforesaid a bankrupt Notice is given that on the 20th ElhvanRerwasfirst meeting of his creditors will be held at Kentuckyon whichtimeclaims appoint a trustee examine the bank mayproperlyD W LINDSEYS 3I ItReferee in Bankruptcyl One Minute COUh Ctjr For Coughs Colds and Croup KEYS FOUND A small bunch of keys corner MondayllIarchpay notice 29tftHELLO STRANGER Where Have You Been You Seem to Be Loaded Down f Why Hnve you not hoard of Friend 4 4ttr John C Quires StoreY- on can Ret more goods for n little mouey than any where Lookat all this pile of FAmily Supplies that I have phYouHo is eelling goods and saying very little t about it Hurrah for the selfmade merchant Go to his store and you will and what I toll you is the truth Good Goods Cheap For Cash 282m l Ftr A We take pleasure In announcing that Mrs Utterback the head off our dress making department has returned from New York and Is prepared to show many beautiful French and New York designs H DEPARTMENTIMohair Shirt Waist Suits made to order 1400 Silk Shirt Waist Suits made to order 1500 I VMILLINERY DEPARTMENT IS CLOSING OUT iiJohnson Hoge wish to announce that the millinery deportment l will positively be closed out this spring regardless of cost Our stock tIsfresh best quality and uptocfate styles The closing out price holds good In trimmed goods as well as untrimmed You will find t our millinery ready to give you remarkable prices In trimming overt your last years hat You can get a felt hat so cheap you will save 1money by buying here and having a fresh hat next fall p r JOHNSON CO t ilk RELIGIOUStj j CHURCHIl p rt Sundayschool at 945 a m in i the chapel p Home Department and Bible h ClassTauglit by S E Hutton 1 Superintendent Adults and stran gers invited to join 11 Baraca Bible Glass at 945 taught I by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 680 p m Lookarand Brother y Visitors cordially invited Seats free4 ASCENSION EPISCOPAL recI Sunday March 26 8 n m Holy Communion Jili 1100 Morning Prriyer and sermon 780 p m Prayer and sermon 4 p m Confirmation instruction I 980 SundaySchool i Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays service at 480 p m Wednesday 780 Evening Prayer Fridayt 780 Bible Study at 78u Those services are all open to the 1lLPubIic t CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev a R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m eveningpI Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will itTOeot in the chapel at 680 p m K Leader Miss Rester Moore Topic How the World is Grow f ing Better II The Junior Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in 4the chapel k Everybody invited y SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN 3HURCHRev Wm Crowe the ti pastor will preach at 11 a m and t 780 p Special gospel services morning and night y 1Morning subject Angels Sundayschool at 980 a m tJt 680jWednesday even 3ng at 780 oclock lz Everybody invited to attend h CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev t4 Father Thomas S Major rector t 71 Low Mass at 780 oclock a m f High Mass at 10 a m mrThe Way of the Cross Friday veulng at 780 t It FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH Rev Donald MoDon aid D D of Louisville will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m eveningzIt Superintendenti mHChris 1 tlan Endeavor at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even 1ing at 780 p m All the young people are invited 1to attend Ui METHODIST CHURCH Rev j J O A Vaught the pastor will t preach at 11 a m and 780 p m i services every evening u during the week- Sundayschool at 945 a m mIif Visitors cordially invited to at tendf i liII 25C prepared assortment patterns pleasure Prints Brown Cotton5cFormerly Hats19c Formerly Cotton3cPaper2cw S D Fine Property for Sale We Offer for Sale That Fine Suburban Property Adjoining the STATE GROUNDS a Fine Brick Residence Acres of Land and known the Sayre or Rodman Placea very home and should make very fine investment B Marshall Co Agents Frankfort Ky THE LOUISVILLEEVENING An Independent Newspaper THE RATE OF ONLY PER NTIIY MAIL A department everybody FAIREST EDITORIALS 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 126 ONE MONTH Sample oory if you wish Address Circulation THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky ROUNDABOUT 1 year 100 The 1U05 Cpage Onleudar Wall Atlas 100 The Louisville Daily Evening Post on independent newspaper 800 Total 500 The special reduced price 1005 8- 50SouthernRailway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asssitant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo 0 H HUNGERFORD District Paasenger Agent Louisville Ky PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNINO BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN KJyIDRI Thorn Hill Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky 16Gm r Old Phone 338 II OUR SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENT Under the management of Miss Charlie Wilson is now with an unusually beautiful of designs and for their waists so much worn Dont wait until you sure you want to give and order but come and IookWe take In showing beautiful and varied line of silks laces muslins embroideries and silks t- OUR PRICES ALL RIGHTBELOW WE QUOTE A f FEW FOR YOU TO SEE Best Blue 5c Good Wide Cotton 5c Yard Wide Bleached Felt Hats 19c 125 to 150 Felt Formerly 150 to 200 Straw Hats 25c 75 to 100 Flowers 15c a bunch were Clarks Spool Pins Per Flowered Ribbon 10c t i I and 87 as This is desirable a L AT for 50o Dept for No now are our RE 35c HsoT- OCalifornia AND TH- ENorthwest From Louisville Via th- eHenderson Route Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana andnIl intermediate point Tickets on sale laily up to and including May 15 1905 Also special Homeseekers Rates to the West and South west on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rotes If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket roads over the Henderson Route be tween Louisville and St LouisFree reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky ATTACKED BY A MOB And beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a Chi cago street car conductor applies Bueklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and wolleuse 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 r ftj MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY NEW CAPITOL Containing Eggs I SILKSuTh- eattractions for the coming week will be Silks for Suits splendid styles and the prices so reasonable We wish the lad ies to see them whether purchasing or not Special good things in that line commencing Monday s Sea our yard wide Madras and Ginghams lOc We have the best value in Lace Curtains of any house in the city F J HEENEYy It A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE ITo draw the fire out of a burn 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 Ala writes I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by J W Gayle- WANTEDTrustworthy man or woman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory or well established house of solid financial standing straight cash salary with all necessary expenses paid weekly by check from head quarters Money advanced for ex penses Position permanent pre vious experience not essential No investment required We furnish everything Enclose selfaddressed envelope Address Malinger 810 Como Block Chicago 111 228t ILIKE FINDING MONEY IX Finding health is like finding- imoneyso think those who are kyou have a cough tcold sore throat or chest irrita trftion better act promptly like W t C Barber of Sandy Level Va He says I had a terrible chest t 11oonldustunno I was cured by Dr Kings New e L Discovery for Consumption iCoughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung med icine in the world At all drug1i JfrmlOA IS F O XI X 4L Beast BJsutureI of Th Bod THE RECORD OF CONGRESS ON IRRIGATION FORES TRY AND LAND LAW REFORM What has Congress done this winter in the forestry and irriga tion cause Did it do anything of importance in either or on the public land question Nothing in any sense spectacular but yet several things of very consider able importance and furthernioiiu it refused to do several very bad things which worn strongly urged upon it- After a long struggle of years the law was passed consolidating nIlof the forestry work of the government into one bureau in the Department of Agriculture this in place of having if split up among some five various branches j in different departments This gives over GO million acres of For est Reserve into the rare of the Forestry Bureau of the Depart ment of Agriculture with ade quate authority to fairly protect the forests allow for the cutting and sale of ripe timber and with power to arrest trespassers etc SUPPORTING THE RECLAMA TION SERVICE c Several small bills desired by the Reclamation Service to more fully carry out the irrigation law were considered and readily passed c by Congress such as the bill to allow the proceeds from the sales of the vast amount of partly used supplies at the end of each sea son to go back into the reclamation fund instead of into the Treasury thus keeping the fund intact and operating as an incentive to the engineers to take care of their property and realize the most out of it The really great legislation of the session however was the re peal of the forest reserve lieu selection Jaw thus preventing the location in the future of all forest reserve scrip socalled i o re pealing the right of a man or a corporation owning land within a forest reserve to relinquish it to r the government and select in lieu thereof any other unre served nonmineral public land FIRST LONG STEP IN LAND LAW REFORM This is a great step forward in I land law reform and does away with ono of the most notorious and scandalous forms of fraud and graft under the fed eral land laws Under this law enormous losses have been put upon t he government the right to select these lieu lands having been transferable and resulting in the relinquishment during the past few years of several million acres of comparatively worthless rail rood grant and other lands in eluded within forest reserves and the selection in their place of equal areas of tho finest timber lands in the northwest OUTRAGEOUS FRAUDS PER- t PETRATED k Denuded slopes not worth 50 cents an acre or bare mountain sides acquired under other land Taws at a nominal figure simply for the purpose of exchange have been relinquished and lieu selec lions made worth according to the highest official and export authorities 50 and even 100an t acre By these transactions the country has lost in the last few years tens of millions of dollars By the action of Congress this form of graft is now at an end The repeal of this lieu land law is the first recognition by Con gress of the wise recommendations b of the President and his Public Lands Commission There are three other specific reform recom mendations of the President and the Commission and these will be itstnext SQURAE MILE HOMESTEAD y BILLS DEFEATED Another point however wherein Congress followed the recom- mendationsr of the Commission was in the refusal of the to enact 040 acre homestead laws for Colorado und South Dakota although the House did its best to secure this squaremile home stead legislation In defiance of he strong adverse reports of the Commissioner of the General Land Office the Secretary of the Interior the Public Lands Commission along with the special message from the President to Congress endorsing the Commis sions recommendation against these bills and of the strong pro test of Chairman Lacey of the Houso Public Lands Committee the House of Representatives passed these measures by a vote ofnearly three to one DRY FARMING RECLAMATION AND RANGE CONTROL This proposed legislation was considered especially unwise just at this time when the Department bringingalbe cultivation millions of acres of the semiarid lands whore it was proposed to apply these laws through the introduction from abroad of drouth resistant plants and desert species of grain and fodder and by new and improved methods for farming dry lands Moreover the Commission has worked out a plan of range con trol and grazing permits which gives the real settler all asked for under the 640 acre measures and yet avoids the danger of the absorption of the land into large cattle holdings but allows ample time and scope for the dry farming reclamation work of the Department of Argiculture prominentand forestry a man in high official life very much indeed has been accomplished in this Congress the result of hard previous work Now we have this CommisIsionpolicy for the treatment of the entire irrigation forestry and public land questions and we can all stand on this report and I believe get its provisions through the next Congress The time is ripe the country is awake and the men are here- WORK AHEAD FOR CONGRESS The things to be done men tioned in the report are the repeal of the notorious timber and stone act with the substitution of a method of stumpage sale by thec government the public timber land to remain in the government thus insuring protection to the water supplyI the very radical amendment ofc the fraudmaking desert land lawj and the commutation clause the homestead law requiring in both eases actual residence of the tI settler and insuring real homemaking All three of these laws as stated in the report have been are and will be so long as they remain on the statute book in struments of fraud perjury and great loss to the government and the nation They stand as a con tinual menace not only to a broad forestry policy but to the very existence of the national irriga tion idea and are fast bringing about a condition of absolute land monopoly in the west GUY ELLIOTT MITCHELL SEED POTATOES Bovee and Thorburn Second crop better than best northern bushelspecial overH HILLENMEYER SON Lgxington Ky- i8lm PUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Wal ters of 540 St Clair Ave ColI vernllmonthsague 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 50ceWANTEDMEN AND WOMEN In this county and adjoining territories to represent and adver rise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly wIth expenses advanced oaoh Monday by chock direct from buggyfurnishedpermanent Address Blew Bros Cu Dept 4 Monon Bldg Chi oago Ill 1824t r fi Yr fi4rrfefri Frankfort OoiHll1 HUI The Midland Route LOCK Time Table In Efict January 11 1904 IM DAILY 1CXeitP- SUNDAY iFEl a D Frankfort Ar 7 OOI1 53 Summit Of Elkhorn Illa 7121 Switzer If 03 0 229 722 Stamping GroundtlHi1 0 011I 12U Duvnll 0 241 3o Johnson 11016 0 217 I Ill Georgetown 029 55 C S Depot I 6 6i 8 Newtown 9 lt Centervilloa Io46 tfIOil8 Elizabeth 9 5 Paris Junotn 982 5 8 2V fir Arl Paris r Lv 5 Connects nt Georgetown Union Depot with Q C KentuckyCoiitratConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L X BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P MIA 5iJALr Ar ii25172 MIPM 82Si 7 Lv Georgetown Ari 0 0 Ar LI BETWEEN FRANKFORT k CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P M P M 00 Lv Frankforv Ar 720 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 b 80 Lv Paris Ar 683 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL H R POINTS 25AI7OP12A7PBjSSP 8BOA A Paris L 9 542P 42A A Winchester 09A 245P 8 15P A Maysville I15 JSP ACynthiana 502P 2P SIP A L 20A 155P IMP A Cincinnati L 55P GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Fres uml Genl Sot G P A ARE YOU ENGAGED Engaged people should remem ber that after marriage man keelingdition with Electric Bitters SIA Brown of Bennettsville S 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 her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her entirely well She is now strong and healthy All druggists soil and guarantee them 50c a bottle o 0 YOU WANT TO GOON TOUR OF- BUROPB THE CINCINNATICommercial TribuneWILL TAKE 50 WOMEN TO EUROPE They win go as guests of the Dommerciol Tribune Absolutely FREE With All Expenses Paid Road the Sunday CinIcinnati Commercial bone for particulars J GRASS 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 ngents1reeapplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 243m Dr J S CollinsDE- NTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 51t lr Codys Condition rowiera are just a horse needs when in bad arjvermifuge puthorae 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle III slmilating AVcBetablcErcparationforAs iheToodandRegula ling theStomachs andBowels of Promotes DigestionCheerful nessandRestContalnsneilher OpiumMorphina nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC KcttfecfOldJIiSXMSELPJICBEll 1J1fnrnnflJI for tion Sour StotnachDiarrhoea- WorinsConvulsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT cowOr WBAPPER I r Putting on McGrewShingles FROM CASTORIA and HaveltAlways theFsignature v 1N tF Kind Have Always Bought CASTORIAHr iI Hammond Co fl THEY CAN FILL ANY BILL 11I Havo you seen the four per cent income bond issued by THE EUUIT LIFE ASSURANCE SOOIETYa1 beIginsduo and payable I shall 1h pleaded t call and give full concerning same Ralph R Wilson District Manager Frank C and Crady Local OLD PHONB 45 r f4 h 1VANTlDSADDLE HORSES I would like to correspond with sonic person who has two good saddle horses which are also good drivers and valued at about 000 who would trade for North Dakota land I have 100 acres of land valued at 10 per acre in a good country and will give the right party a splendid deal AddressT MOOKLER 29lt Bismarck N Dak e Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate BocceMful treatment for blood and akin diseases 1 t tI o i J r For Infants Children Bears iof jitf The 1 You 6 i 241111f- rrt now rr information Hutchison Walter Solicitors WANTED 100900 iMINK and- SItUNIt SKINS 11 And other raw furly11iSI1IUlcesAtl A E BURKHARDT International Fur Merchant 5J24m Cincinnati 0 s k gonuinLaxative tn the remedy that cures a fluid la eae Oajr