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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ff Wf ljfMISSES AND CHIL r DRENS SPRING COATS f Made of good quality Covert Cloth handsomely tailored spec ial values 4fO to 1000 i LADIES TAILOR MADE SUITS Big selection to choose t from15 to 35 J fLADIES COVERT JACKETS givePk WALKING SKIRTSIj You will find just what will pleaso you i here We have a larger stock than ever t C KAGIN BRO No14143 St Clair Street At Bridge Frankfort Kentucky l f r RESULT OF HARGIS PETI TION FOR BAIL In the Fayette Circuit Court on Watts Parker Hargiseslors Hargis to give bail in 15000 ana refused to allow Judge JamesI Hargis Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan to give bail The trial of these parties under the indictments for procuring the assassination of James Cockrel were set for Tuesday next April 4 and both sides assort that will be ready when the theyI called ELECTION OF OFFICERS BY ELKS On Wednesday night last the following gentlemen were elected officers of Frankfort Lodge No 580 B P 0 Elks for the ensuing year Exalted RulerR W McRery KnightJSwigert KnightGeoL KnightCGrant L Roberts TreasurerJ W Pruett Jr Tyler Chas Whitehead Trustee for three year term James Heenoy growsintoend in consumption and death- Watch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup PLANS TO GET RICH Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia ur- Brace up and tnkeI Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headache and dizziness too At all druggists 25c guaranteed CHANGES OF BASE MrT M VanDerveer s hat rooted Edgowood the some home of the lute Col Joh L Scott Sr now the roper- of Mr W McKee Hardie and has moved his family to the same Mr A C VanWinkle late of Danville has rented the coz VanDerveerIon j in with his faintly- PREPARING TO BUILD Mr Robert L Greene has torn down the old stable which was standing on his lot on Third buildla Dr J A Posey is arranging to build a handsome home on the lot recently purchased by him on North Shelby street Miss Eliza Overton is arranging to put up a comfortable home on the lot recently purchased by heron North Shelby street arrangingable house his lot on Sout Shelby street Mr E M Wallace is arrangin- to build a brick cottage on Third street near Murray areihandsome threestory brick storeroom on St Clair btreet and will commence the work of removing the old Miles residence next week A ROLAND FOR HIS OLIVER The Georgetown Times of justlyThe in Colorado have brought the State into general contempt But how about that little Ken tucky affair managed by Editor Bells party WENT THROUGH BURNING TRESTLE The westbound passenger train on the Louisville Southern Rail road ran into a burning trestle on Monday afternoon some two miles this side of Shelbyville and was wrecked The trestle which was of wood had been ignited by a passing freight train It was round a curve where the engineer could not see it in time to ston entirely He however slow d up after he discovered the burnI ing trestle but not enough to pre vent the engine baggage and mail cars from crashing through to the valley below The cars were ignited and burned up together with a portion of the contents seriouslyhurtSeveral trains from that road throughthisShelbyville SUNDAYS ALARM At 1240 p m on Sunday an alarm from box 26 called the fire boys to a cottage occupied by col ored people on North St Clair street where the roof was found to be on fire It was quickly ex tinguished with but nominal lose prettyhardserious fire would occur but by good work it was prevented Dr Weavers Treatment BJtnppnrlaeechobloodCeratebealaeklnernpdonfGETS Mr Robert A Burton who hns been individual bookkepeer for the Farmers Bank has been ap superintendentlories in Marion county and has gone to Lebanon to take charge is a genial popular nee1lIl gentleman to lose him and his family trom our city BRICKLAYERS UNION nThe bricklayers of this city have formed a union and elected the following 9fHcer- sPresidentSo W Howell BrawYCorresponding Financial Sec and Treasurer Robert- A BrawnerIHowell TrusteesHiram Forbes H K Brawner and W H Netherton DeputyMorgan Brawner Alternate Sherley Howell Constructor Jas G Browner It will be known as No 14 of the Masons and Bricklayers In ternational Union REFUSED TO CHANGE THE DATE The Democratic Committee of this the Fourteenth Judicial Tueshholdingga candidate for Circuit Judge Therefore the primary will be hold on Wednesday next April 5 as already arranged for COL YOUNG E ALLISON RETIRES It is with sincere regret that we learn that Col Young E Allison the brilliant and versatile editor of the Louisville Herald has sold his interest in that paper and has retired from the editorship Col Allison is a writer of singu lar ability clearness and purity of His retirement is a heavy loss to journalism in Ken tucky k FIRST SHOWINGOF a LADIES SPRI- NGOxfords THIS is going to be an Oxford sea on instead of the lady of fashion will wear this spring atpair of welted sole Oxfords and a pair of uppers to protect the ankles We are ready with the latest styles in Laird Schober Cos AN- DQueen QualitytOXFORDS Patent leather gun metal and tan calf are the prevailing lea11lers while the pump and two eyelet Gibson blucher are the smart est of the new styles Then there is a variety of stlcs 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 Gliires countryLaird 500 Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 300 f IR K McCLURE Qz SONt RELAYING TIES AND TRACK The Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co is relaying the ties and track along the line on the puttingdownparatory to running the freight cars from the L N Yards on the West Side For a day or two the curs only ran as far as the corner of Shelby and Second but now are running the whole route They are also repairing the line to Cove Spring Park with a view to mike that attractive breathing place of the city still more attrac tive this summer- APPOINTED CITY BOARD OF TAX EQUALIZATION Mayor Darnell has appointed the following gentlemen as the City Board of Equalization of Taxes W W Darnell Eugene Scott and Henry Gobber REGULAR SUMMER WEATHER On Tuesday last the thermom eter registered 78 degrees Regular summer weather Dr Weavers Syrnp and Cerate Saccetef ol treatment for blood and akin dkaaiM ATTENDED INSPECTION OF VERSAILLES COMMAND ERY NO 8 K T Sir Knights John P Selbert Frank G Stagg Theodore Wiley Stuart Wood and Colon M Jones went to Versailles on Monday night and attended the annual inspection of Versailles Command TemplarThereserved after the ceremonies were concluded 1F A GOOD PICTURE 1 t it fj Colliers Weekly of this week contains a fine picture of Hon 5t John Maynard Harlan the next Mayor of Chicago Ills who is nJson of Justice John Marshall Har LUnitedboy t Oa T JlAiB1h-to the Bought t Signature Y of Jj AGED MINISTER DIESftJRev Geo S Savage D Dt for many years agent of the Amer hiehome last agog 94 years IfttheCLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic eon consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient byproperSyrupFreeis made certain by German i1jabsence Ulesstandbe prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu Should be ifofthere the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that Ituse German Syrup Trial bottle25c regular size 75o At all drug l gists 1 yr r T 4t1 Alii t 1 r i QMA f Crutehep Simpsons p r We are too well known in Frankfort and vicinity to make explanation for anything we do We always do as we advertise IS f A TalkingJ FREE Get the habit It is a good habit and wears well t PERSONALa Miss Mny Donaldson spent Sun day in Louisville Mr A D Brown went to Cincin nati on Sunday Mr Waller H Lewis has returned from a visit to New Orleans Ln Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington spent Sunday in this city spentSaturday i Hon Lewis McQuown1 left Sun day night for Bowling Green vMr P M Blaokewhy of Ver sailles spent Sunday in this city Mrs J M Saiiell visited relatives in Lexington this week Mrs J L Cox has returned from LouisvilleRepresentative W F Klalr of was here Wednesday Mr Jas P Ripy of Lawrence burp was in the city Wednesday- Mr Jas N Miles of Lexington was here this week Mrs Thos A Hall has returned from a trip to Louisville Mr Dyke Hazelrigg left Tuesday for Morebnad on legal business Mr O C Kenney returned from a Ford on Tuesday 1r Mr Basil Kenney has returned t from Ford Mrs H E Youtsey of Winches ter visited friends here this week Mr W A Howard has returned from Hot Springs Ark Miss Nora Miller of this office visited aunts in Cincinnati r this week x Mrs Mary Smith und Mrs Sallie Newton visited Mrs Ben T Farm er at Cincinnati this week Mr R G Higdon and wife visited their old homo in Owensboro this week Col rlJ Maus and wife nee Annie Russell U S A visited relatives herr this wr ek Mr Robert Cru tcher of Louis ville Spent Sunday here the guest of his sister Mr H M Keller Rev J B Sampey D D and Ron John of Louisville were in city Sunday afternoon Mr John M Scott of Louisviller spent Sunday hem nest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Col EdE Abbett went to flu i cinnati on Saturday on a business trip Mrs D IJRiu returned Satur day from a visit to her brother Mr J L Scott Jr In Lexin- gton4Miss Laura Hall of Lexington been the guest here has returned home Mr Robr Gaulr of the Fleming Hotel is visiting relatives in Bath countyMr McLeod and Esq Ed Mulcahy of Versailles were in the city yesterday Miss Lucy Pattie and sister Miss Lou having sold their farm will return to the city to reside Judge T R McBoath left yesterday for a visit to horse at LeJtchfleld Miss Laura French visited Mrs J Craik Jackson at Cincinnati this week Mr W G Simpson was called to Owen county on Monday afternoon by the illness of his brother Mr Mason B Barret of Louis ville was the guest of his mother Mrs W F Barret on Sunday Miss Helen ORear has returned to school at Science Hill Academy Shelbyville Judge R G Williams of Loving ton attended the courts here last week r Dr Jnhna Stewart of Stewart Horne Farmdnlemaae a business trip to New York this week is our oF fy pUlchllse tie give acoupon showing purchase andwhen you have bought 3000 of werice you AB OLUlEL y FREE u Graphophone and with every additional 590 worth give FREE n Busy Bee Gold Moulded Record notldfir fullness of tone and sweetness of WusiC We reserve the right to this great offer Juno 1st We wont you to Fall and inspect our full line of New Spring Novelties in all Mens and Boys High Grade dcpaltmenlsI Clothing Furnishings Shoes All uptodate styleand fabrics Prices always right at our store of wearing our clothes 5 It JIFTJIqIIEFc I1DIL Lexington her the the his roods we VancehurghasFrank D Clark this week Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad was tie quest of her sister Miss Ruth Robinson this week Col Jas A Scott was called to Beatryville on Monday to attend Circuit Court Mi Walter Crud wife and son visited relatives at howling Green this week Mr Geo Blackburn of Lakoj Providence La was the Mr Howard Rodman this week Col Mutt Ayres and wife have returned from a visit to her pa rents at Mr Sterling Mr Georgo Baker wife and daughter visited relatives at Morn phis Tenn this week Mr Jas M Wnkefleld made a business trip to Eastern Kentucky this week daughterMissville Ind Mar alter J S Weathers of the Frankfort Telephone Co was in Anderbon county on Tuesday Mrs David P Davis has returned from a visit to her parents iu Shel hyvilleMr K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was here on Wednesday Judge W S Hager and Mr John SpringFArkMr H V McChesney returned from Hot Springs Ark on Friday nightMiss Rebecca Averill who has been the guest of Miss Mary Cox near Versailles has returned home familyformerlyhave moved to the Presbyterian Parsonage on Washington street Mrs George Darsio who has been it Boulder Col for several months returned Wednesday morn lag Mr Farmer Roberts of Leslie county who has been the guest of his son Mr W J Roberts has returned home Mr W R Scott wife and son of Paris who have been quests of her father Mr G C Hazelrigg have returned home Mrs R F Bogle of Atlantic City N J was the guest of Mrs B B Jeffers this county this week Mr D J McNomora attended the production of Ben Hur at Ma cauleys in Louisville on Satur day Miss Sallie Green of Louisville who hRS been the guest of Mr F V Gray for several days has returned home Rev W T Rowland of Carroll ton Presiding Elder of this Dis trict was the quest of Rev J O A Vaught this week Mrs D W Llndsoy Sr has re turned from a visit to her daughter Mrc W H Negus at Greenville Miss Mrp J P Hostetter who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Dudley Drake at Yarnelltoi has returned horse ntuckYStatuSunday here the guest of his pa rents Dr Geo G Chlnn and wife Mr Thop E Kenney has returned from Ford Ky where he was look ITenneyBrosMr John C Cromwell of Clove laud Ohio was the guest of his brother Mr Win Cromwell on Thursday Mr Clay H Hatohitt and wife of New town were the guests of her mother Mrs R P Pepper this week IThe confident feeling that your dinner table is perfectly correct in its appointments can be- realized if you have a service of 835 R Wallace Sliver Plate Rorers illustrated book How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A ELBERTI Mr W Tit Mrrrls of Chicago Ills way tho truest of his father Mr Franklin H Morris Murray street this wrek Mr Hugh Rudinan of Louisville VMS the guest of Iris parents Col Torf L Rodman sod wife this week Mrs liidaSaudifer of Covinpton was nailed horn this week hy the illness of her mother Mrs Head Icy Mr G Herbert Boono of Louis vine spent Sumlav hero this old GrayMeyhnvedunce of Capt T AVOt on Main street opposite this otljuc Tuesdayforwith that cluh hn having been sold to it by Mr Miss Bessie Sralen and Miss Caldwell of Shelby county were guests of Mrs Arthur Branch Con way street South Side ofLexingtonof Mrs T Scott have returned home Mrp Mary Blakemom of Versailles who hues been the guest ol OrutcherhMrs Anna G Crutisher of Wood ford count was the uun8t of tier daughter Mrs W G Simpson this wpok Mr Prentlss ORear of Montgomery county was the guest of- li1s parent J J C QBoar 5 8 wife this weekS When build a house dont use green lumber Our is seasonedHammond SCO Miss Jennie McDonald who went to Now Orleans La to attend the Mardi Gras and visit friends has returned home LexIngtonfur Roy Preston Blake J D at the First Baptist Church on Sun IOul L M Maus and wife who have boon guests of relatives hole have gone to Crescent Hill to visit Mrs trans a sister Mrs J T GainesMr A Lewis of this office has been quite sick this week with a return of an old trouble He is better now and hopes soon to be able to attend to business We regret to learn that Mrs Davis Burbank of Fergus Falls Minn a sister of Mr Jos H Cox of this city is quite ill at her home Mrs B rbank is well known yto our older citizens Mr Chas Kohr will shortly re winformAir W C Kehr In the drug busi boonlivingDr D L Bingo has resigned his position at the McKee Hardio Phar RapidsMichhis brotherinlaw Mr John L Scott Jr O JSL 8 Y O 3E1 Z U9L B1hd 11 I BI 4 frli OFFER 0 d 1t Here orear eramount discontinue nI IMrs LUMBER t 4TuLLfltil 1 lJLLYHt COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsI r FOR rONSUMPTION 50c100 PrieD OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Oure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK ISh r BIRTHS H LYNCHIn this city on Thurs day to Mr Richard J Lynch and wIfea daughterIROEMELEIn this city on IiTuesday to Dr E C Roemele and wife a sonEugene Carl Theodore t J HAPPY RESULTS l j sV ifiy No wonder scores of Frankfortlicitizens grow enthusiastic It enough to make any one happy toifind relief after years of suffering I ringtions of the daily work done injFrankfort by Doan s Kidney PillsIWingate Thompson officer of 29 Murray btreet says Ordinary backache is sufficient t 1tbuttrouble with the kidney secretions which embarrasses you during the day and breaks your sleep at night it is no wonder the sufferer fis miserable and welcomes the tItendure such sufferings and misery but for one as heavy as f comes doubly hard It was not until I learned about Deans Kid If ney Pills that I found a remedyr IT that would do just what was claimed for it I procured a box of the pills at J W Gayles drug store and their use corrected the kidney secretions relieved the rr dreadful nQ in m back and WisWdoFor sale by all dealers Price i7 Wt 50 cents FosterMIlburn Co Buffalo New York sole ti h for the United StntestRemember the name Doansr and take no other f f iI Illinois Central 1 mILeaves NolC1 940 IkeNowLeases i201 p m Arrives 6 p m t 123Leam4CFor Fulton Paducah and polnta Connection to and from Elizabeth hfY noSunday villo Stops at all stations No Accommodation NolLeaves 480 p m Arrives 056 a n toHodgenvllleSunday Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily i jr J f MARRIED J THOMPSONCROSSIn Knox ville Tenn on January 81 Mr Charles French Thompson and Miss Mattie Walker Cross of Dos ti sett Tenn wore married by Rev Jas A Lyons Mr Thompson is a valued em ploye of the Mason Hoge Co at Welch W Va and is a son of i Mr L P Thompson of this city His bride is said to be a pretty and lady gettingito be extended the happy young peopleMILLERGOOD Friends of l the contracting parties have re- ceivod announcements of the approaching marriage of Mr Mark ham Miller and Miss Minnie Myrtle Good which will occur at St Paul Minn on Saturday April 8th Mr Miller is well known here where his father Rev Dr Chas W Miller was pastor of the Methodist Church is a hus 01mg business man of Lex 1iington Ky His bride is said to be a splen did young ladypretty and pop ular- LETTER LIST yThefollowing is n list of adver tised letters for the week ending Saturday April 1 1905 Dar ey James Kelley JohnILyod Mason Large i Meeks Lawrence Merrimen Mr Ives Miner Miss Luny L Miner Miss Zolo Odor Ollie Sam Willie- VanKeickld N H t Wallfhiel Mrs Annie Persons calling for these letters will please say advertised- E M DRANE P M i DONT BORROW TROUBLE rIyry f It isn bad habit to borrow any iiihmgt but the worst thing you t can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Brights disease and similar in ternal disorders dont sit down tand brood over your symptoms 11 but fly for relief to Electric Bit terseHere you will find sure and It permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles and your body will I not be burdened by a load of debt disease At all druggists Price 50o Guaranteed u tv AN ATTRACTIVE ARRA 1 80 Womens Outdoor Garments Style is the most important factor in womens queHt for wearing apparel 1Ve supply just the points she is seek ing and at a money saving too Covert Jackets 500For good quality material ex cellent style 850For nohby style fine material in Tan or Black worth 1000 1500 Mohair or Panama Suits all this season styles excellent value others up to 3i00- 500Skirts special value New plaited style in Mohair or Panama lvv s FPRME1 1 DEATHS SCHLOSSERAt his home at Thorn Hill on Monday night Mr Joseph Sohlosser aged about 48 years of pneumonia Mr Schlosser was an industri ous and clever gentleman He was a member of the Bethel Bap tist Church The funeral services were conducted by Rev M B Adams on Wednesday afternoon He was buried by his brethren of the Junior Order of American MechanicsHe an aged father and sister a wife and five children to mourn his untimely death GAY At the home of hisI daughter Mrs Howard H man on Saturday night March 25 Capt W Ilo Gay aged 63 yearsCapt Gay had been a brave and gallant soldier of the Lost Cause and was badly wounded in several battles so that his life was de spaired of He was a genial and companionable gentleman and made friends wherever he went He was the owner of un extensive and valuable plantation in Mississippi a few hours ride from Mem phis Tenn He had spent the greater portion of his life in the management of his plantation Several years ago his only child and daughter married Mr Howard H Rodman of this city and Captain Gay and his devoted wife had spent the greater portion of the time here especially since his health had failed from the effects of wounds received in battle His brave and gentle spirit buoyed him up until the last and he passed gently and quietly over the riverThe funeral services wore con ducted by Rev A B Chinn of Ascension Episcopal Church on Monday and the romninb were laid to rest in our cemetery He leaves the wife of his youth one daughter and fo grandchil dren tnmourn his departure GARRETTAt the home of her daughter Mrs John H Bar netttin V on Sunday Mrs Amanda Garrett of Kansas City Mo aged 80 years of pneu moniaMrs Garrett was an oldtime Christian womana devoted wife mother and friend She was formerly a resident of Versailles but for many years had lived in Kan sas City Mo She was a devout member of the Baptist Church The funeral services were con duotedon Wednesday afternoon Shirt Waists JOO Beautiful Lawn Waists embroidery trimmed or tucked tailor style 250 For all Linen Tailored Waists tOO to 500Sher Batiste or Null Waists House Furnishings Arp now demandingy our attention we are ready to show you some especially good thinks 25c Matting extra quality China or Japa nese beautiful style 1500Room size Velvet Rugs worth 20 100 Swiss Ruffled Curtains with large dot others 150 to 4CO 100 Fancy Striped Cottage Curtains Blue or Red worth 150 Silks that are right in style and price Dress Goods Mohairs Panamas Voiles superb in style quality price in Versailles by Rev Dr J F Williams pastor of the Baptist Church and the remains were laid away in the cemetery at that placeA pathetic feature was the fact that Mrs Garrett had only been on a visit of a few days to her daughter when she was called io her home on high We tender our sincerest sym pathy to the bereft children Mrs M Duck Helm will dress make 514 East Main 292t A lazy liver makes a lazy man Burdock Blood Bitters is the nat ural never failing remedy for a lazy liver STAMPING GROUNL Mrs Martha List of Cincin nati visited her parents Capt G W White and wife this week Mr A Ford was in Louisville for several days lapt week Mr L C Kenny of Shelby county has moved to what is known as the Judge Lewis farm Miss C E Thomason and Mr Elza King have returned from a winter stay in Indiana Rev G W Hill has had as his guests Mr John Hill and Miss Annie Hill of Cincinnati We regret to learn that Miss Mattie Kellys condition is not at all satisfactory She is suffering greatly from la grippe Mr Jos Thomas and family and Mrs Sallie Jewett have moved from Great Crossings to Mrs Martha Lindseys The prospect for wheat is improving rapidly Fields that were almost hare a few weeks ago now show good stands The rainy weather of last week caused a cessation of farming work but the fine weather this week has started the plows to run ning on the uplnndsUNO KEYS FOUND A small bunch of keys corner of Main and St Clair Monday March 20 Owner can have same on application and paying for this notice 20tf Q3e4 genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures Reel la e 1187I LORtlTHE PREMIER tK EN T U C K Y WHISKEY0 C N TAYLII JR ft SOIl Praprtotm I Fr tilC 4vw s 4 vr STRANGE ADVICE y far G G Green gives alert personal attention to his great humanitarian contract qIn our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to those lungtroubles specialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their urgethemis the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such advice qWe know by the ex 75centbattlelieve or cure the Worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troublesand that teen in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work regIFor the Ruundabout MARCHWEATHER I A lossItnngJedJrfllRRShe led Marsh out today retrainQuarreled and then made friends again The weather is ITII knew h lJl So shy as silo To trust Marchs rude embrace earSheIII The weather Is decided blond With tender skies of blue Affectionate and very fondIOf moods and tenses too nunThewon IV nrownAnAnd when March claimed her an his own Slie wept upon his breast hlowsShell COXMarsh A TRIED AND TRUE FRIEND One Minute Cough Cure cun ts ins not an atom of tiny harmful curingCoughsing QQughso long that it has proven itself to he a tried and true friend to the mnnxwho use it Mrs Gertrude Feuner Marlon Jnv Sl a Coughing and trt Qiig so weakened me that t run down in weight from 148 to 02 pounds After trying a availOne e cured n p Spjd y J W Gayle I Ji New Past Tra- inColorado TO UTAH ANDTHE PACIFIC Sil1nlts Sunday May The new trains a Js m daily The trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran taco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address B T MATTHEWS Trav Pass Alt Louisville Ey TOWNSENDdten C 0 TIMETABLE 60UTH No31 IN AM PM Lexington I 8 20 630 90 613 HbelbnlHe lOAJl 700 ll Louisville 1100 8OC r No 22 INo r NORTHI PM- v oulHvllle + H80 600 Clieloyv1lo 928 7001 Frankfort rfxlnjlfon 11116 8 Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength JIncsall due to indigestion Ko4elrcures Indigestion This new cie represents the natural lures of digestion as they exist In stomach combined with th greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol DyspepxivCure does not only euro In digritlon and dyspepsia but this famousjremedy cures all stomach cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membrane lining the stomach Kodol 1 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EArJJ Ih4GiveStrength te the Week Botttoi 1ithePntrM L D Witt CUMCt fi drugiBtASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA 1AC AND ZOO YEAR CALENDAR 1 rt Ken Jle matter J Pror and Pub FORT APRIL 1905 THE REVIVAL i Splendid Congregations and Large The revival that has been in progress in this city has not at the time we write shown any signs of abatement On the con trary the people having turned larger numbers than even last week showed Owing to circumstances control ling affairs none but the regular services have been held at the First and Southern Presbyterian Churches At the Ascension Church only the regular Lenton services have been held but these have been well attended r At the Christian Church large congregations have attended every night and Rev C R Hudson the pastor has preached strong and attractive sermons which together with the sweet singing of Prof Cappa and wife and the childrens chorus have rendered these services unusually solemn and impressive At the Methodist Church Rev J 0 A Vaught the pastor has preached heartsearching and ten der sermons setting forth the truths of the gospel withunusual clearness and power Full houses have greeted each service and great solemnity has prevailed At the First Baptist Church Rev Dr Preston Blake has con tinued to preach twice a day to very large congregations that especially of Sunday night filling the big auditorium the Sunday school rooms and the balcony until but few could have found sets I Dr Blakes power is in the great simplicity and directness with which he appeals to the minds and hearts of his hearers He indulges iu no claptrap as evangelists usually employ bu sinply takes familiar truths and For ThinI Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scott s Emulsion is what h wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does sot teed immediately for bone aiid muscle doI babies are happy they not cry they are rich their fat is la let up for time of need Theyare happy because they are comfortable The fat sur rounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny t h o s nerves are hurt at ever ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion IttS ass sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample Be sure that this picture the form of a label Is on th wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy Scott 6 Bowne Chemists 4O94IS Pearl Street Jlmto York SOe and 100 All Druggists r Badly Shattered Nerves and Weak Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Pest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwaysleadsially where the p tients heart is weak from hereditary or other coupes Dr Miles Heart Cure is nit only a great heart regulator but It is a blood tonic which and regulates the hearts action enriches the blood and improves the circulation It wiil build you up rust as it did Mr Crawford whose letter follows and greatly improve your general health DrMilesrecommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were shattered my troubled me a great deal I had pain in left arm and shoulder had in sleepingrn my left side had frequent smothering spells palpitateIsuffering great distress and was so restless mghtordayNowmYnerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat and weigh 163 pounds am happy moneyIwhile I was i11T R CRAWFORD Center Texas AU druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Send for free book on Nervous find Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind throws the lime light of reason and common sense upon them showing the great superiorityand power of true even looking at it from strictly a worldlyview His sermons are to the point He does not attempt to arouse fevered or unhealthy excitement Throughout this whole series of meetings the aim and object of the ministers in charge has been to arouse Gods to a sense of their own shortcomings and culpable indifference and to draw them closer together in order that the work of the Master may be regularly andsystematically done The resultant good has been that the Spirits work hhs over flowed from Christian hearts and largetcrossThe work that has been accom plished has been done in the individual churches but the member ship of all have been drawn nearer to each other and the preachers have been as a band of brethren seeking alone the glory of their God and King Never in all our knowledge has there been such cordial fel lowship among the different peo ples ot this city Dr Weaver Syrup Pnrlfles the blood t Cerate ointment for tbe Ua KENTUCKYeSTATE TO UNITE IN URGING PEN SION LEGISLATION Elmville Ky March 1905 StateIlike to hear from all officers all privates who may see this notice My desire is to have them at all whereelive and organize and appoint delegates to meet in Frankfort Ky some time in June of this year to form some kind of organization ifiid send resolutions to the Congress of the United States laweservicey s States Government and for dis abilities received while in the line of duty I served in Company F First Regiment of the Frank fort Ky battalion in Capt Joel C Buseys company of Bath COUD ty rangers If any officer or pri vat bees this notice I would be glad to hear from them My address is Elmville Franklin county Ky Other State or county papers will greatly oblige- if they will this notice JOHN HEDRICK wM yfM Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Electric Oil Perfectly safe N At any drug store Iif a r From the Lexington Herald WHOSE MEMORY SHOULD KENTUCKY HONOR In an editorial published a month or six weeks ago on the unveiling of the statue of Frances E Willard in the Hall of Statuary at Washington we called attention to the fact that Ken tucky had not availed herself of the right to place in that hall the statues of two of her citizens After the House of Representa tives had moved from the old room in which it had held its ses sions to the new hall in which it now holds its sessicns the old hall was set apart as a Hall of Statuary Each State of the Union was given the right to place therein the statues of two of its citizens who had achieved great ness Since that was done now nearly half a century ago nine teen States have placed statues of their sons in that hall fourteen States the two allowed We puL lished in the editorial on the un veiling of the statue of Miss Wil lard a list of those States which have placed statues of their sons there and the names of those sons and will repuhlish that list in Sundays issue Last week the Henderson Coun ty Medical Society determined to present to the Legislature the claim of Dr Ephraun McDowell to have his statue placed in the Capitol and requested the State Medical Society and Medical Journal to use their influence to have him so honored We are glad to see the action taken by the Henderson County Medical Society We hope other organiza tions will present the names of those whom each organization believes the most worthy of hav ing their statues placed in the Hall of Statuary so there will be a discussion of and a revival of interest in the lives of Kentuckys great soils Some four years ago The Herald inaugurated a contest offering prizes to students in the Kentucky colleges who naned the twelve greatest of Kentuckys dead sons That contest was decided by a jury of two hundred of the leading citizens of Kentucky and aroused wide interest not only in Kentucky but in the other States to which Kentuckians have gone and in which they or their de scendants now reside We do not know what if any action the Legislature to be elected this year will take about placing statues of two Kentuckians in the Hall of Statuary But a widespread dis cussion of the merits of those who for any reason may have claims to he so honored will aid in having the two greatest of all dead Kentuckians selected The Herald will to aid in arousing this interest give four prizesone of 10 in gold or in books one of 750 in gold or in books one of 5 and one of 250to the stu dents of a Kentucky college or public school who name the two Kentuckians who should be hon ored the Legislature the only- requisite for any one to take part in this contest is that he or she must be a bona fide student at a Kentucky college or public school The decision will be by the vote of the people of Kentucky who hopedpublish a nots e of the contest and will ask tl eir subscribers to send to The Herald the names of the two citiz ns whose statues they think should be placed in the Hallctrl Statuary The contest Legan Monday March the 27th and close Saturday April 29th All selections must be received at The Heraldoffice by that time Only one selection from each student will be eonsid erect and if there is more than One correct selection the one re ceived at The Herald office first will be awarded the first prizo the one received second the sec ond prize the third prize the fourth correct selection the fourth prize Wo will republish on Sun day the announcement which we made in the contest four years ago and from time to time repub lish the sketches ot those twelve great men who were adjudged the greatest of Kentuckys sons OVERTURES FOR PEACE Russia has asked the trench Prime Minister to ascerain what terms Japan will ask as a condition precede ttu peace rllr Pleasant to take Is4 wh i Laxative SyrupV t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor It And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation they bring about a j normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TOr Glaze Your m Windows c I have an immense stock of GLASS all sizes and CVA interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE y EFFECTIVE OCT 16 1901k r EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I No4IEx Saud I AM AM LeaveLeave Stations as IfM19ii KAr225 745 0 Lexington0 1010 606 810 825 Winchester 0 923 620 850 9183 Clay City 887 466 406 023 Btanton 828 480 485 954 Natural Bridge 801 401 449 Torrent 747 847ilf6 BeattyviUe Junction 728 615 10081 114Jackson 025 225 Trains No 8 and connect at O K Jutlctlon with the O K for Oanuel Olty and local points on that line Trains No1 and 2 connect at Beattyville Junction with the A tty for Trains and 8 connect with the 0 O By at L E Junction for at Sterling and local station 1 J B BARR CHARLES SCOTTiGeneral Manager QPA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY NO No 22I Daily Dally Mis Ex d Ex dI A M Lve P M Lve Stations o ivjDally IBurnt Mss i AMAr PMArk I 980 II Jackson 880o 1120 I 925 O K Junction 8M 1126 c 1 Wilhurst 417 1162 162 Hampton 480 Il1i8 18 128 Leo 610 1222 19 191 848I 12l Hetechawa 618 12281n It 106 Cannel City 646 1246 Sf d Nos and will make close connection at Exjunction Jwith Nos 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington and EasternRailwayM L CONLEYfSuperintendent 11 OUR NEW DRESS GOODS 1 tiriREVENUE ASSIGNMENTS L The following are the assign ments of internal revenue officers Vit sa made by Collector Roberts for ithe month of April IAdam Lexington John T Gunn day duty T E tldham meal room W F Crog lean additional and bottling P P Parrish night A G Leonard gaugeriKentucky River Distillery Frankfort R Strauss day J G Barnett meal room Columbus Goodrich additional J W Jew 1f ett additional Jerry French night F D Clark and D B Walcutt gaugers 8H E Pogue Distillery Co dayIaddiiW A Copley night L M Gaffin gauger 4W A Gaines Co Frank fort W A Hamilton day Z JI Phelps additional B S Drake additional Amos Griffith addi tional W H Sueed bottling H T Gaines and W M Saffell gaugers SJas E Pepper Co Lex ington W G Dunlap day r Joseph David additional W S 1 Lyne meal room J M Walker t Additional and bottling J M y Stevenson night D C Berry i rman Thna Shelby and H S gaugers 6Poyntz Bros Co Mays ville P D Wells storekeeper gauger tt 9S J Greenbaum Midway to J W Black day P S Rule tj i meal room E E Price add R H additional Davenport r tional S P Willis bottling W i T Crosthwait and P P Parrish gaugers 10Peacock Distillery Co day1igaugertW D B Piper iaddItIOnal and bottling C N G White Co Paris jfJ14G day C L Hough additional D C Berryman 4 1 gauger h 170Id McBrayer Distillery J J KearnsCo Mt Sterling day U G Carey additional Speed F Owen additional and bottling T S Ahrams night J A Eastin gauger MayshJ gauger82E M Babitt Versailles C H Talbott day P G Powell I Pinkerton additional and bottling S D J88George Baker Frankfort 14rF M Cisco day J M Tanner E B Davis meal room T J Craig night John S Stephanski gauger t 37John Coohran Co- Frankfort E F Darnaby day Jf W B Anderson additional I T West meal room C H Mor gan additional J G Brawner i additional and bottling J R + i Spiers night J E Hanrahan gauger 46J E Pepper Co Yar nallton A V Combs storokeep t rrI sailles ceeper 4fji I 198 Sorosis Underskirts 52Labrot Graham Frank fort G P McCann day G T Montjoy meal room J T Berry additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger 5E H Taylor Jr Sons dayDConnell additional B F Fan nin additional meal room W L Baker bottling R D Grant night C N Wiard gauger l7Paris Distilling Co Puris W W Cherry day H C Ever mealIJ M Russell bottling J D Shy night D C Berryman and J Hutchcraft gaugers 91J J 11 Saffell Franks fort J H Murray day G T Scearce additional A W Nazor additional and bottling F D Clark gauger 92A J Conn Son Lime stone E W Lane storekeeper gauger96J N Blakemore Frank fort Buekner McElroy day Chilton Osborn additional J 0 Kashmeal room Will Robinson night W M Saffell gauger 105 Haynes Trundle Stamping Ground J R Sams storekeepergauger 106W A Gaines Co Frankfort L L Lemaster day L R Diggs additional L F T Steele additional W P Bacon additional W G Cookaddi tional J R Dagley bottling J H Smoot night H T Gaines E Craig and T L McConnell gaugers U8G T Stagg Co Frank fort C M Kash day H S Bell meal room R H Whittington additional J L Cox bottling D E Reid night Henry New som additional John Stephanski and S A Powell gaugers BBOJ D Lewis Caney A M Day storekeeperganger B32T J Mason Isonville A B Flanery storekeepergauger 840 Fulton Co Culver Rolla Fannin storekeeper gauger841Harper Flanery Gim let J C Holbrookstorekeeper gauger848D 0 Williams Blaine J M Patrick storekeepergauger 85Robert Ison Backhone Fred VanHoose storekeepergau ger846Daniel Co Kiddville J A Fannin storekeepergauger Lexington Public Warehouse Co Lexington F G Sparks and Letcher Lusby storekeepergan gore Lexington Z F Elkin gen eral storekeepergauger RECTIFIERS Lexington Stoll Co Jas E Pepper Co R S Strader Son The W J Smith Co H S Foreman gauger Frankfort J P Williams John Stephanski gauger Maysville H Pogue L M Gaffin gauger NEW CURE FOR CANCER All surface cancers are now known to he curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duffield Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklene Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for outs and burns 25o at all druggists t I WE have searched the markets and bought only the newest and best weaves in blacks and colors Panamas Mohairs Voiles Cecilians etc Special numbers in Dress Goods we are showing at 50c 60c and 75c are the best values we have ever shown We have everything new in Silks for Suits and Waists CHAS WEITZEL Successor to Weitzel ODonnell Frankfurt Ginoinuati BUI The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 P MlA MI DAILY BXOHIT M PM No84No82 SUNDAY No81 NotIS 2 00 60 Lv D Frankfort Ar 720- a06 668j Summit flilill 2U1 Blkhorn 219 7O Switzer 1903 6 68 229 22 Stamping Ground 1U68 6 flaa Duvall 146 0 241 7 8o Johnson 1040 685 7 Georgetown W35 6 7 Mil I O8Depot 10 6 f118f11811 11II Elizabeth 94 655 8 2082Z Paris Junctn 9 646 8 25 8 Ar Paris r Lv 804 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q O KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P MI A 2 MoiL Lv Frankfort Ar LIPM 8 47 Georgetown 6 6 UK LrI 8 8ol 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P PM 200 LT frankfort Ar 7 ii Lv Georgetown Ar 629 b 80 Lv Fans Ar 683 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 356 KJtNTUUKi CENTRAL B R POINTS 8 Frankfort A11 25A 720P 247P toAIL Georgetown L 80A 625P a 25P 8 Paris L OSOA542P 6 IIP Winchester L 7f09A 246P 8 16P Mayaville L 6 15P Cynthiana L 602P 2P 64P IA Richmond L 7 20A 166P 6 Cincinnati L 65P GEO B HARPERi SAMUEL E HUTTON Pree a pt GP A PLANTS PLANTS Tomato Egg Plant Pepper Boston Head Lettuce Hen dersons Seed- Transplanted Spock Plants drawn to order only Not on sale at stores New Phone No 166 804t ATTENTION HOUSEKEEPERS Wanted a few engagements with private families for Jersey Cream of superior quality New phone No 166 804t UNUSUALLY LOW COLONIST RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 21 HOUSEKEEPERS RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 7 AND 21 via Railwayto Arkansas Colorado Indian Ter ritory 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 solid trains daily from Lexington Louisville and intermediate points to St Louis For rates schedules and full inforuiation apply to GBL All 1AG T A St tIc jLouis CtH HungerfordtD PiA Louisville Ky T C Crews T P A Lexing ton Ky tr Little Tudor Play Suits Are just the thing all your boys and forIwho are not over 6 oldprice 50c FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Col one 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 7th and 21st via Southern Railway Cor respondingly low rates to other points in the West and Southwest completeinformation C T A Louisville Ky or ad dressT W Crews T P A Lexing ton Ky C H Hungerford D P A KyG A G P A St Louis Missouri td U DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what J6n1erallyit today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to dnvand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few it will undoubtedly relieve yourI cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely Iso matter how deep cld your cough even if dread sumption has attacked your ngs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles tae regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr 1805 SAVANNAH AND RE TURN 8080 FT WORTH AND RETURNVIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale from George town 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 DeWitts KSf Salve For Pile Burn Sores FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIALS Naional Baptist Anniversaries- St Louis Mo May 16th24th 1005 one fare plus 25 cents sfpr the round trip DatQslof sale May 14th 15th Good returning until May 27th Go adIvantageSAML E HUTTON G P 80td When you arc asked to try other brands of flour what do they mean when they say iake this sack and try it its just as good as J EM Why experitam- ent You know whatIyou get when you buy J E M Experimenting means trouble J E MI fold only by Grocers PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IN LOUISVILLE IOn account of the visit of Presi Roosevelt the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Louisville at low rates for evening trains of April 8rd and morning trains of April 4th good returning April 5th The Chief Executive will spend fja portion of the day April 4th 0 in Louisville and an elaborate programme including a parade speech by the President etc has been prepared For full information call on your local agent or address C H HUNGERFORD IDistrict Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin erupt1eu Eczema scald head hives ituh iness of the skin of any sort in relieved 1anllllCrescentRoute Shortest RoutatAN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN Iglil NCINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT 1 r NEW ORLEANS S1irAND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter C B GLflHKE- T liP A I 89 Main StreetLexington Kentuckt I J ENTIOlN RARWERSNow is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for ft Pittsburgh Perfectati Strongest Will Conform t 15 r in the most rJ World STEEL PENCE rou4- Welded fby ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry L twe also have Fertilizers for tobacco beds Tarpaulins for protecting your crops P 1 iL Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements Its C 307309 Main StCSOwER CO Fral1kfOtJtt Both Phones Kentucky i i OLOSIN OUT SifLE- u + W TIP READING SON Is on in full blast and crowds are taking advantage ot the J J low prices that prevail in the i Dry Goods department WHY NOT YOU y The same low prices will be in force the coming week ash we must close out our entire line of Dry Goods as soon as possible4r NOTICE We will continue to keep Carpet Warp and Tobacco Canvass SONt315 Broadway Opposite Capitol f HONORS FOR PROF T LIND iSEY BLAYNEY PH D Prof T Lindsey Blayney Ph Dof the Chair of Modern Lan guages atCentral University Dan ville has been appointed to a like i Chair at Princeton University at a very handsome increase over his present salary Prof Blayney is the eldest son of Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney of this city and has only been at Danville one year It is not known as yet whether he will accept the new place This is an unusually high honor to be paid to so young a man and shows that Prof Blayney is very highly regarded for his ability y and learning A fCHANGE OF NAME Tho new proprietors of the Hotel Fleming have changed the name of that hostelry to that of the Fr6n rortH tel effective to day April 1st d tf iLi t H JIJ fiJ Ir r j SELL HOME PLACE Misses Lucy and Lou Pattie have sold their home place adjoining Stewart Home six miles from this cityon the Lawrenceburg pike to Dr John P Stewart The price was 4000 cash and is considered a very good one THROWN OUT OF BUGGY As Mr J H Halmhiiber was driving out Murray street on Thursday his horse became fright ened at a street car and whirled around throwing Mr Halmhuber out of his buggy bruising and jarring him somewhat No other damage CASTORIAJOT Infante and Ghildrnu- Tki KM YH Han Alwaji BlIP Wt ZtfffiRSfaf TIM URPHYI He holds a esItablishedvicissitudes to displace it alplayerHe is a true artist and none better than he appreciates the value of contrast and His presentation stands for all that is clever artistic and excep tional in the sense of careful attention When a Man Marries is the embodiment of what is called highclass comedy and is laugh able to an extr me Tim Murphy has attained an enviable position in the dramatic world which he deserves The satire and comedy are there in abundance It is just suited to Tim Murphy and his players who made a big hit If popularity meant riches aIrical Pierpont Morgan Tim Murphy in When a Man Marries comes to Capital Theatre Wednesday night April 5th and this promises to be one of the very best attractions that has ever yourIvery best attractions by turning out en masse next Wednesday night OATOnrAsave Bwjjit B1hectJ CONltEDER1AO Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will meet this Saturday after noon at 8 oclock at the residence of Mrs E L Samuels WON A NAME OF FAME DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain ye harmless and gentle action upo the bowels and liver They no equal for billiousness consti potion etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you feel sick Once used always pre ferred They strengthen Sold by J W Gay- leOnMtnuteCoufJhGu Coughs Ida ante Croup CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Wo are authorized to announc- Mr KENNER TAYLOR as candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1005 20te o1oz s Bimttr TM N 1IrM Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer i The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place f JOHN DRIB COLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LoniaLooiaville Lines TIME TABLEI Corrected to June 25 190J Louisville Division No1 No6 No am pm p 780ILv Loulflvlllo 796 400 Ar Shelbyville 910 628 Lawrenceburg 965 620 9S1016 642 969 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 10M Georgetown 1160 125INo4 No2 No6 am pm am Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 80i 700 Lexington 005 tt 730 026 766 Lawrenceburg043 64n 820 Rhelbyville 720 PI0- Louisville 840 7SO 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and IexlngtonIburg and Bnrgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a m for the South and arriving 760 from South through cars from and to Asheville N Oi viII Knoxvillo and Morristown Tenn Train leaving and arriv Ing LouiRvllle 740 a m Throng car between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Low DivisionI No2 Lv Louisville 860 a p Ar Hnntlngburg 1145 a a m m110OO Princeton 100 p a m St Louts 680 p a m No 8 No1 iOOpmAru 266pm 425 amLouisville 545 p m 710 am No No Lv 860 am Ar Huntingburg850p ml 1145 am Evansville P 180 pm ISNO0 No12 Lv Evansville 700 a p m Ar Huntinuburg 003 a m1116 m Ar Louisville 1150 a pbm Trains Nos and run solid between iLouisville and sk Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Loins ville and Evansville ea Chair Cars firsttnDay trains between Louisville and St Louie car Cafe Parlor Oars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping Can with buffet applytoH B Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allan G PA THE RIGHT NAME IS DE WITT DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Ziokefoose littleaso bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts herIItof tt counterfeits Sold by J W Gayle I 1l j Q lityIII Extraordinary Offer Our drug store has made arrangements whereby anyone who desires may obtain tree a bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic thejpositive Constipation Cure carry a of drug store good prices and courtesy are our specialties Here is the Free Offer Mulls Grape Tonic is especially prepared to combat the obstinate features met in Lion It differs from anything else you have ever used It embodies the of the renowned German Constipation Cure that cures The is gradual but sure Mulla Grape Tonic is a nutritious which strength ens revives the paralyzed muscles theIbowels assume their normal ldedIFREE COUPON Send this advertisement with your name and address along with our name a free bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic to Mulls Craps Tonlo Co 800 Third Ave Rook Island Give Full Address and Write Plainly The 100 bottle contains nearly three times the 50c size This is one way we have of serving our customers We are looking out for your inIterests as well as our else SEEQSas much t COME AND For sale by J W Gayle FORGET ABOUT YOUR STOMACHI If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indi gestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomaohIfrom the very day you begin tak ing it This is because it gets axrest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles no more E L f1Iedies for indigestiun but have 1 found nothing equal to KodolI w Dyspepsia Cure Kortol digests t what you eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belch Heartburn and all Stomach ling Its preparation is theIt of may years of research Sold by J W Gayle UEllOSTRANOERi i Where Have You BeeR You Seem to Be Loaded DownfWhy Have yon not heard of Friend John C Quires Store Yon can get more goods for a little money trmn any whore Look at all this Anybody youHetie about it Hurrah for the eelfmade msrphaatituto his store and you wuV fad what 1 tell yen the truth Good Goods Chain Foe Cub282mt t r ii 77T f ISD J0HNSaJ 0OJ i S We take pleasure In announcing that Mrs Utterback the head of our dress making department has returned from New York and Is Jprepared to show many beautiful French and New York designs DEPARTMENTUnder now prepared with an unusually beautiful assortment of designs and patterns for their waists now so much worn Dont wait until you are sure you give and order but come and lookWo take pleasure in ishowIng our beautiful and varied line of silks laces muslins t t embroideries ana silks THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT JOHNSON HOGE wish to announce that the millinery depart J ment will positively be closed out this spring REGARDLESS OF COT IWe have a fine line of trimmed and untrimmed hats flowers feathers wings and ribbons You will find our milliner ready to give you remarkable prices t In trimming over your last years hat You can get a felt hat so cheap you will save money by buying iIb now and be ready for next fall JOHNSON CO MAIN e ZY RELIGION FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will at 11 a in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m In tho BiblelSuperintend nt Adults and stran I gems invited to join Baraca Bible Class at 945 tough by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union Wilt meet in the chapel at 080 p in Leader Roy Chonte Topic The Making of a ChrIs- tianHis Foo- dPrayermeeting Wednesday even any at 780- Visitors cordially invited Seats free EPISCOPAL A B Chinn roe for Sunday April 2 8 a m Holy Communion 1100 Morning Prayer and sermon 780 p m Prayer and sermon 4 p m Confirmation instruction 9HQ Sundayschool i Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays services at 480 p m Wednesday 780 Evening Prayer Friday Bible Study at 780 These services are all open to the jmblio CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev O R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 680 p in Leader C R Hudson Topic The Making of a Christian fl The Junior Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 3 oclock in the chapelf1 Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at a in and f 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock Everybody invited to attend tCATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oclock a m High Mass nt 10 a m Sundayschool nt 2 p in Vespers at 780 p m Tho Way of the Cross Friday evening at 780 I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoOlusky Blaynoy D D the pastor will at 11n m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young PqopleB Society of Chris than Endeavor at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 780 p m All young people are invited to attend METHODIST CHUROHRov J O A Vaught tho pastor will nt 11 a m and 780 p 1- 11Sundnysuhool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p in Senior League at 7 p m WednesdaySning rdinary household accidents no terrors when theres a ii of Dr Thomas Eoleotrio the medicine chest Heals I relief outs bruises sprains In 1500f oftICottoni S D FRANKFORT STREET JASCENSION Fine Property for Sale I for Sale That Suburban Property NEW STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS a Fine Brick Residence Acres Land and known as Sayre or Rodman Place 9 This is a very desirable home should make a very investment Marshall Co Agents Frankfort Ky COMPOSITE OBSERVVATIO CARS- Something entirely has been placed on the Overland ited trains It is a composite observation car It affords women passengers an opportunity of enjoying the scenery with the greatest comfort and free the fumes of tobacco smoke Throughout the car has been a series of steel arches whioiibind sills and sides together and strengthen the roof in a manner which renders the car almost indestructible Chi cago Chronicle- The Overland Limited leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 005 p in lady Arrives San Francisco the third day in time dinner RouteChicago Mil waukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific line pswltts Little Early Risers The famous little pIKs FULL TRAGIC MEANING Are lines from J H Sim no is of Casey In Think what nijht have resultedfrom his ter rible if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had a fearful cough that disturbed nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me In stantly reliHves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneumonia At all druggists guaranteed 50o and 100 Trial bottle free YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SLEGHORNOur stook is from the greatest egglayin strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill YARDS Y Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 388 IGCm a i jSPECIAL OFFER IN THE DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT Mohair Shirts Waist Suits made to order 1400 Silk Shirt Waist Suits made to order vy 4 Dont wait until you are sure youvrantto give an order but and look We take pleasure rig our beautiful and Tare line TO SILKS LACES MUSLINS EMBROIDERIES AND STOCKS 4OUR PRICES ARE ALL RIGHT BELOWWE QUOTE A FEW FOR YOU TOiSEEJV Best Blue Print v 4c Good Wide Brown 5c Yard Wide i 5c Telt Hats 19c Formerly 125 to 150 = Felt Hats were 150 to 200 J X 25c Straw Hats 25c FbrmerlyfS 75 to 100 Flowers 15c bunch were 35c Clarks Spool Cotton 30 14 PIns Per Paper is 2o Flowered Ribbon f 1001i t IXr We Offer Fine Adjoining the Containing and 87 of the and fine L B new Lim from there for OF these cough my PLAOE come I 3800 T- OCalifornia IAND THE IFrom Louisville Via th- eHenderson Route Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all interme diate points Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 Also special Homeseekers Rates to the West and South west on Certain dates If ybii contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket roads over the Henderson Route be tween Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station withall lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky- VANTEDTrustworthy man or woman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory or well established house of solid finnnclni standing iU straight cash s nary with all necessary expenses paid weekly by check from head quarters Money advanced for ex Position permanent previous not essential No investment required We furnish everything Enclose selfaddressed envelope Address Manager 810 Como Block Chicago 111 22St I SILKS The attractions for thE coming Isplendidto see ing or not Special good things in that line commencing Monday t J Set our yard wide Madras and Ginghams lOc i We have the best value in Lace Curtains of any house in the CItyrf7 F Js IIEENEYY rHavo you seen the new four per cent income bond issued by THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Interest and principal papable in gold Interest be gins at once and continues for twenty years after death when the face of bond becomes due and payable I shall be pleased to call and give full information concerning same Ralph R Wilson District Manager r Frank C Hutchison and Walter Crady Local Solicitors OLD PHONE 458 p 4JIJ Pr t j THE ROUNDABOUTS DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY EDUCATION LIT i ERATURE A Plea for Pure Motives The student of Ruskin will find him to be an earnest clean clear expositor of motives and morals which the writers of the present day would do well to imitate as well us emulate He gives to his readers such de lightful sense of rare virtues and ft conception and significance of existence that the very thought and meaning of life is blended as exquisitely as the petals of per fume of roses in the garden of memory What is the best method of reaching ultimate truth The weight of evil with which teachers especially have to contend is increasing like the outpouring of water There is no time for them to indulge in idle sophistries or metophysical fan deceptioniethe miseries of its duplicity are dayIfstamphthe necessity as well as the need for purity of physical mental and spiritual endowment the masses must awaken to the ques apIpearance principles of faith trust and obedience which were and are the fundamental bases for the culture and structural building which we term character Books are ones best friends and companions if these be rightly chosen and read with commonsense and discernment But they become nauseous and insidious as the poison of asps if they teach impure thinking im moral tendencies degenerate altitude and omit altitude to higher aim loftier attainments and unselfish living r I have in mind a writer whose t name is almost a household word in old Kentucky for he is one of her sonslie has written many sweet delightful stories whichare like the song of birds but in later years his tone has become acrid k and the moral tendency of his writings show every sign of degeneracy If one could play vith fire and not get burned then a perusal and acquaintance with recent fic tion emanating from the brain and pen of this wielder of modern thought might make advance in psychological research but the end would not justify the nieanr The secret of beauty in life is the inner purity of heart and soul The secret of attaining it is through the culture of the soul- life Then let the buy or the girl readonly those books wherein are implanted good motives pure morals right principles News Papers are responsible to a large degree for the decadence of class ical reading and the editors them selves shall be held accountable at The bar of God for allowing the impure streams of slush mud corrupt and unprincipled method to sweep in unrestrained headlines massive and brazen as Were the gates of Babylon through an avenue that might be as curative in its effect as the lit erature of the Bible but which is BB devastating to the mind of the average reader us the scoria of volcanic eruption to the sunny vineyards of bright and beautiful Naples on the shores of Italy Newspapers Jike books might for the dissemination of sound wholesome teach ing but instead are used to re produce all the cruel heartbreaking anathemas of modern civilization Would to God that all such news as divorce suits suicides and other kindred topics might be relegated to the office of the dead and the advance of the printed sheet be made in the interest of right living and a law passed also enforced against a child being born out of WedlockHow difficult must the maintenance of that authoritYbe which while it has Hostility of all the worst prin- oiplesQfk man has also to restrain d sorders of his best which is continually assaulted by the- j ht tflp one and betrayed by the other and which regards with the some severity the lightest and the bold est violations of jts law There are some faults slight in the sight of love some errors slight in the estimation rf wis dom but truth forgives no in sult and endures no stain Do not let us lie at all Let us not think of one falsity as harmless andanother as slight and another as unintended Cast them all aside They may be light and accidental but they are an ugly angryheurt writingfairand can te as delightful an ac complishment to the modern boy or girl as musical or artistic at tainmentI deem that life could be symphonyAnd my hands The cause for which the truth de mands Impllioit trust and noble wills The law of God and man fulfills N S COX March 27 1905 WINTER DONE BROKE signsfailthe 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 coldweather FINE COMPLIMENT TO FRANKFORT BOY Last week the Professor of Collegeleftwhile he is to he away Mr Russell S Penn of this city who is a student in that college has been selected to teach the class in GreekThis is an unusually fine com pliment to a gifted and worthy young man Mr Penn is the son of Mr Si Penn and wife of this city is a graduate of the Frank fort High School and was tutored in Greek by Rev M B Adams He is a grandson of Rev Frank H Hodges of blessed memory Another illustration that Frankfort boys go to the front wherever they are Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat DO YOU WANT TO GO ON TOUR OF EUROPE THE CINCINNATI Commercial TribuneWILL TAKE 50 WOMEN TO EUROPE They win go as guests of the Commercial Tribune Absolutely FREJi With All Expenses Paid Read the Sunday Cin cinnati Commercial Ti i bune for particulars GRASS BLU 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 yell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER dr SONS Lexington Ky 243m SEED POTATOES Bovee and Thorburn Second crop better than best northern grown One dollar per bushel Special rate on five bushels mid overH HILLENMEYER SON Lexington Ky- 28lm yO4 MEMORIAL CONTEST Are would call attention to the notice which we clip from the Lexington Herald in regard to the contest as to the two greatest men of Kentucky whose statues shall be placed in Statuary Hal in CityIt should re ceive the attention of every stu dent in all the colleges of Ken tuckyThere is an unbounded wealth of material from which to choose The Herald deserves the highest commendation for thus calling attention to this matter and for offering prizes to the three stu dents who give the correct choice from the great men of the great est State in the Union HUSTLING YOUNG MAN We have received a of the Danville Advocate of which Mr Stephen K Vaught 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