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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Jc 1 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 1 00 In Advance Ir VOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 15 I9Cb NO 321tf w EASTERIIrlZ WM VALUES ARE HERE J u I IEASTER SENTIMENT IS HERE I tpirI EASTER pleasure and anticipation is nottd everywhere We have plannedIand Ire ready to supply the best for Easter to you Here find that which vii interest many and that which will appeal to you Read UTC11 r I some of the ninny attractive values we have to otter during this coming wlekI I DRESS GOODS fItwill pay you to see our large stock of Dress Goods before r purchasing elsewhere 52 Inches wide Suiting in all desirable shades for skirts or ShirtWaist Suits worth GOc only 50c per yd 52 Inches wide Panama Suiting in black very fine finish all wool worth 100 price only 90c per yd 46 inches wide Voile very fine quality and finish would be cheap at yda2ing in Caster and Oxford This Is a very fine Cloth worth 175 price only 150 per yd SILKS 3G inches wide Black Chiffon Taffeta Silk worth 125 you can buy for 100 per yd 18 inches wide Silk for Shirtwaist Suits in neat stripes and 4changeable effect a bargain for 59c per yd 24 inches wide Silk in neat ef fects extra nice quality worth I 100 only 89c per yd- RIBBONS Another shipment arrived this week changeables stripes and fan ciesRibbons that are inches wide beautiful coloring worth 35c per- I yd only 25c 3 inches wide all silk Taffeta Ribbon all shades worth 15c per yd only 10c Many other values we have not space to mention COLLARS Ladies collars in medium height or very low ones usually sold at 15c our price 10c each LACE CURTAINS Do you want to save from 25c to 50c on a pair You should see our line We are showing beautiful curtains 3 12 yds long at 100 per pair also others at 150 to 500 LADIES TAILOR MADE SUITS Ladles Suits made of extra quality cloth or fancy serge coat satin lined very latest style worth 1500 to 1600 for the next week 998 Ladles Suits made of Panama Cloth blouse jacket good quality priceforLadles Silk Suit made of Chiffon veryhandsomelyprice for the next week only 2500 Ladles Suits made of fine quality cheviot short jacket lined with Taffeta Silk worth 2750 to 3000 price next week only 2475 Silk ShirtWaist Suits made of nice quality Chiffon Taffeta neatly tailored worth 1250 to 1500 sale price 1000 Silk ShirtWaist Suit made of changeable Taffeta Silk also neat priceforWALKING SKIRTS Ladles Skirts made of Luster or fancy Worstered well tailored extra values 350 Ladles Skirt made of Panama verylatestspecial values at 500 Also have many other handsomely tailored 750 to 2500 CHILDRENS DRESSES Just received a big shipment and the styles are very pretty Childrens dresses made of Ging ham sizes 2 to special value 25c Childrens Dresses made of Gingham or Madras Cloth neatly made and trimmed 50c 75c 100 Also have other styles made of finer materials at 150 to 500 each EMBROIDERIES AND LACES Thousands of yards of Embroid eries and Laces to select from We are sure you will have no trouble to find what you want here On buying such a large stock we were able to get them at much lower prices than if we only bought in small quantities consequently we are in a position to save our customers a great deal in the way of trimmings Price 4c per yd and upward WASH GOODS We always show a very large stock of wash goods but this sea son surpasses all others You should see our line we know that you will be pleased with what we are showing at 10c 15c and 25c WRAPPERS We can sell you wrappers cheaper than you can have them made for we have them in light and dark colors at 75c and upward GLOVES bestlbrandsWe guarantee satisfaction or money refunded Kid Gloves in all desirable shades sizes 5 12 to 7 12 at 100 and upwards Silk Gloves in black and colors extra good quality for 50c per pair WHITE GOODS Such as India Linen Persian Lawns Wash Chiffons French Nainsook Organdies Sheer Shirt- Waist Linens Mercerized Batist Swisses Mulls etc at lowest prices SHIRTWAISTSILadies Waists made of good quality Taffeta in all colors neatly tailored a bargain for 350 Ladies Waists made of nice quality Chiffon Taffeta extraIshades These waists cheap at 500 you can buy them for 450- Ladles Waists made of fine Sheer Lawn trimmed very neatly with insertion and tucks extra values 100 150 to 500 DRESSING SACQUES Just received a new line of pretty Lawn Sacques well made neatly finished at 50c 75c 100 Kimona in long or short made of good quality Lawn at 100 and upward PETTICOATS Made of extra nice quality mercerized cloth with pleated ruf lies A bargain only 100 Also other big values at 125 to 300 CHILDRENS JACKETS We only show the kind that give satisfaction Childrens Jackets made of good quality Covert handsomely tailored sizes 10 to 16 at 450 to 1000 HOSIERY For Ladies Misses and Children never before have we shown such an immense stock of hosiery as this season in plain black white and colors Fancy Lace stripes etc I Special good values 10c 15c 25c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR We only sell the kind of Under wear that gives satisfaction All nice dainty well made garments CORSET COVERS made of good Muslin neatly trimmed a large variety of styles to choose from at 25c 50c and 75c each DRAWERS made of good quality White Muslin with tucked ruffles only 25c each- GOWNS made of good Muslin trlmed with embroidery and lace extra good value 50c and up to 500 per garment L C KAGIN 13R0I No 4143 St Clair St at Bridge i FIRST SHOWING r OF LADIES SPRING OxfordsIIT 1bootspair of welted sole Oxfords and a pair of uppers to Protect the ankles We are ready with the latest styles 5 inLaird Schober Cos AND Queen Qualiy it oXFORDS Patent leather gun metal and tan IRussia calf are the prevailing leathelswhile the pump and two eyelet Gibson blucher are the smart est of the new styles Then there is a variety of rJLookwill find there an exhibition of whats what in new spring footwear such as can only be seen at IcJCl tires countryLaird 500 Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 300 R K McCLURF SON- HANDSOME WRITE UP Vy are under obligations for a copy of the Paintsville Herald of April Oth which contains a very creditable mid handsome write up lof that thriving and hustling little ofIJohnsnnThe outlook for that section of the State is very bright now that it has railroad and river transportation Dr Weavers Syrup PuiMes the blood Cerate ointment for the skis THAT STORM The storm of wind rain and hail thutwisited this city on Mon day afternoon was not confined to section hut seems to have been general throughout the Ohio valleyIt especially destructive in Lexington Versailles and George town and contiguous country While it was a pretty stiff storm here it did no damage of any consequence APPOINTED OFFICIAL STENOGRAPHER IOn Saturday last Judgr R L Stout appointed Mrs Elizabeth countylotlicinl posed of Franklin Scott Bourbon and Wood ford counties PLANS TO GET RICH Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipntionBrl ce up and take Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new etart Cure headache and dizziness too At all drug gists 25c t guaranteed hJ t 1r ALARM OF FIRE MONDAYyNIGHT At 7JJ5on Monday night an boystostein Co on Broadway street where the rear stairway on the r onughtfirechine The blaze was extin guished by a few buckets of water Had the machine exploded a sew ous fire would no doubt have re suited RESUMED OPERATIONS The Hermitage Distillery the s Comadeon Tuesday last This houseImanufactures only the highest grades of whisky bourbon and rye and will run the season out on orders Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Boceetaf treatment for blood sad akin diseases lTRESI oondltlons The1Jour l byproperSyrupFree SyrupFo i coughandless nights and the exhaustion due ito coughing the greatest danger canbe i German Syrup liberally and reguJShould Itiufgists yr r SimpsonsIojjV it 411I We are too well known in Frankfort and vicinity to make explanation for anything we do We always do as we advertise t A l TalkingMachine FREEr j PERSONAL jCol E H Taylor Jr left Sutf day night for Chicago Ills Mr Steele Bonding went to Shel byvillo on Sunday I visitingherQ Mrs Wm F Barret was the guest of friends in Louisville this week Mr Jap N Miles of Loxington was hero this week 4t Hon Harvey Myers and wife of Covington visited hero this week Mr John 7 of Louis ville was in the city Thursday- Mr John H Stuart left for Win chester on Wednesday night Mr J Swigert Taylor left for Chicago Ills on Wednesday Mr HClay Dunipan of Shel byvillo was hero Friday Mr R T Colonmn of Louisville was a visitor hero this week Hon Lewis McQuown left Wed nesday night for Nashville Tenn on legal business Miss Anna Abbott has returned from a two weeks visit to friends b in Covington AFllIss Sue MoHonry who has been visiting relatives in Louisville has homewfDr J W Gaylo attended the meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy at Louisville this week were rYon Sunday Capt M H Tnsko of Carlisle Deputy Collector was in the city this week on internal revenue busi 1nessMrs 1 T West left daughterMrst Mrs Hugh Kellogg of Louisville JudgewGeorgetB Benton this week Mrs John F Davis has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs T M Buokner at Shelbyville f1 County Attorney Jap T Buford and wife visited relatives at New i castle this week Mr Albert H McClure has re CinwMiss Anna Thornton of Paris was the guest of Mrs John P Han ley Shelby street tills week Mr S R Howser of Lawrence burg was the guest of his son in tilts city Wednesday Hon John B Thompson of Bar thisfMr Blackburn Bohannan left Thursday for Paducah where he is to play base ball this season Miss Ella Kemner is the guest of her sister Mrs L T Minish Todd street r Mrs Belle Sanders Allen of De troit Mich is visiting relatives r hereMessrs Noble and Mike Pryor of Oldham coui ty were here yesterday en route to Lock P o 5 Dr O B Gaylo of Falmouth way the guest of his brother Dr J W Gaylo this week Mrs Waller H Lewis returned Thursday from a visit to New Or leans La 1Dfaster John Marshall Coleman left Thursday for Cincinnati where he will make his home in future Mr C C Williams a prominent lawyer of Mt Vernon was ip tho city Friday Judge E C OBearandidaugh ter Miss Hazel returned from Mt Sterling Sunday night Here is our great offer 1Ulllount3000 of roods we give you ABOLUTEL FREE a Graphophone and with every additional 500 o tj worth we give TREE a Busy Bee Gold Moulded Record noted for fullness of tone and sweetness of music We reserve the right to discontinue this great offer June 1st 4 t 1 We want you to call and inspect our full line of New Spring Novelties in all departments l I leis and Boys High Gnide- 1 Clothing Furnishings Shoes Hats All uptodate styles and fabrics Prices always right at our store t Get the habit of wearing our clothes It is a good habit and wears well J CRUTCHES SIMP ON I MoHenry ofa Miss Mary Page who has been spending several months in Flor ida returned this week Mr E T Samuel left Monday for a visit to MrW T Lindsey and wife at Tryon N C Mr Boht B Parsons of Lexing ton visited his mother in this city on Sunday Mrs Hallo Combs of Burgin was the guest of friends here this week Sundnyinmother Mrs Annie Allen navies of Newport will be the guest of Roy J O A Vaughtaiid wife for several days Mrs Susan Abbott of Corinth who was the guest of her sisterin law Mrs Lou Laurie at Forks of Elkhorn has returned Mr Hugh Rodman homeIspout Sunday hero Ills parents Col J L wife nndI Mr Schuylgr B Mayhall Jr of Lexington spent Sunday hero the guest of his aunt Miss Susie May hall RlchImondF Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mr Jas W Harrod who has boon living at Bag gd for several years has returned to this city and will reside on High street Grand Master D L Bailey of Louisville visited Capital Lodge No 6 I O O F on Monday night Col Gee G Fetter Public Printer was in the city Wednesday returning to Louisville that night Miss Sarah Mahnn of tha Auditors once visited her aunt Mrs C J Norwood in Lexington this Week Miss Mahan of Danville was the guest of her sister Miss Sarah Mahan and aunt Mrs S W Hager this week Mrs Morton K Yonts and child of Louisville wore guests of In r parents Judge T H Paynter and wife this week Mr Sam BIngold has gone to Portland Oregon to a posi tion in the Lewis and Clark Ex positionMr J Clark of Louisville wAs the guest of his niece Miss Annie Herndon Sunday and Mon day Mr Harry T Crittenden aifdfam4 of Beattyvllle aro guests of his mother Mrs R H Crittenden Wapplng street Col Joe Canter tho ubiquitous cigar man from Cincinnati was shaking hand with friends here yesterday Mrs Bottle Wllooxson of Midway is the guest of her daughter Mrs Henry H Roberts Con way streetMrs S J Zelgler of Pinkstaff Ills and Mrs S G Qlanton of Burnside are guests of Misses Louise and Lucy Pattie Miss Nola Towne left yesterday for Princeton where she was called by the illnets of her brotherin law Mr Joseph N Boll of the Census Bureau Washington City was in the city on official business this weekMr WG Simpson attended the meeting of the Directors of the Odd Fellows Orphans Home at Lexington this week Mr Geo C Graddy and son Novill of Versailles were guests of Mr Lafe Cruteher on Wednesday ofIanti he made iis a pleasant call to renew his subscription to the Roundabout r 11 oj 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 Mrs Rorers illustrated bookClHow to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT Col S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wit who has been hfru looking over his buxinet at tho Old John E Fitzgerald Dixtlllury has re turned home 1l Multiline wife and daughter of Mt Sterling who were called hnru the loath of her sister Miss Minnie Leilrltl o have returned horn Mr R O Hlgdon and wife who have been visiting durinjrjhe vacating of the Court of Appeals In Southern Kentucky returned home on Monday night Mr John R Prydon Sr and wife nnd Mrs B C Tinsl y left tovisitlittle Dryden Mr John McKinney of Louisville a veteran of the 22d Ky Vol Infantry U S A of the Civil War was visiting hero this week looking up old commander Gen D W Lindsey and various comradesMr Helm and wife Mr S A Culbertson and wire Mr1- K Woodward and wife and Mr Oscar Fenley and wife and Mrs J W Helming composed a tallaho who stopped at the CapitalBirty Monday night Mr Western n Furr of whose return we made mention last week arrived nero on Sunday night and has assumed the duties of his now position at tlo Farmers Bunk fAIr Furr wasiwell pleased with Ii position in Pittsburp but much preferred to retuin to the place of his nativity In dear old Frankfort Arr W l hen O build ai nice house dont use green lumber Our LUMBER is seasonedHammond SCO H ROTTENNESS REVEALED Now that the Street Rnllwny Co- iR having their trunk relaici with new ties and heavier rails on See end street rotten way in which the brick street was put down on that thoroughfare is revealed The contract called for macadam founda lieu for the bricks and it is now seen that there never was any ma cadam put down for that purpose C N 0 TP RY Homeseekers Excursion to Mich igan via Queen Cres cent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and May the 2d and lath 1905at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Kaleva Man istee Merritt Lewiston and St Helenas daysfromfor particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 o CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought 1Bears the- Signature of tiBOFFER 11III New Discovery 11IFDR cONSUMPTION I60cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 1lv- FREEA SIXPAGE CALENDAR WALL ATLAS Map rof Kentucky showing every Post ollicc County Railroad Railroad Sta tion uad River An nlphnbcticnl 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 slap of Japan Corea and Seat of Russo Japanese War An Attractive Calendar for 1005 and tho Flays of all Nations in colors Census Reports of 1880 1810 and 1900 This Atlas is worth 2 and iyou get it for absolutely nothing by subscribing for the Louisville Evening Post SOODAILYSATURDAY ONLY 1 YEAR 100 BETWEENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA t AND THEr qA VAST NORTHWEST iLODEARBORN fTATlON tr- CHICAGO- Dining and Parlor Cars a Place Drawing Room Sleeper E H BAOON D P A n Cor 4th aud Market Sta LoalatilL FULL OF TRAGIC MEANING Are these lines from J H Sim mons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his ter y rible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I hada fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I tOOK Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me In stantly permanently curc8 all throat and lung diseases pftfvtjrits trip and in u1 oni At all druggists guarantee 50o andllOO Trial bottle free- VrHV I I fri MARRIED COLLINSBRAWNER this city on Tuesday Mr Elliott Col 1lensand Miss Anna Choate Braw ner were married by Rev J 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church 7 Mr Collins is an industrious young man a son of Mr Z Tay eldestand is a popular and handsome young woman CRABB SOANLAND Yester fday afternoon at 180 oclock Mr Crabb of Brooksville Ky and Miss Jola Estelle Scanland of Frankfort were united in mar irage by Rev V P Merrill of the Southern Presbyterian Church The groom is a popular travel ing man out of St Louis while his bride is a member of an old Kentucky family Immediately after their marriage they took the Evansville train for Henderso- nTwiceaWeekLeader Prince- tontl Ky April 4 905 r tLVONA NAME OF FAME r DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been l made famous by their certain yet r harmless and gentle action upon I the bowels and liver They have tno equal for billiousness consti etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you feel sick Once used always pre r ferred They strengthen Sold i by J W Gayle BIRTHSf n kI HUDSONIn this city on Wednesday to Mr John Hudson and wife neo Paynea son HUBBELL In this cityun Ii Thursday to Mr Jos Hubbell II and wife adaughterFlora Mas tfmtsDO Pl BORROW TROUBLE anyycan possibly borrow is trouble- When sick sore heavy weary fi I and worn out by the ins and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness rights disease and similar in i a ternal disorders dont sit down ii Jpr nd brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Electric Bit terse Here you will find sure and i permanent forgetfulness of all tIyour troubles and your body will v not be burdened by a load of debt f disease At all druggists Price 14f 50o Guaranteed OFFERINGSW A NEW SUIT You must have for Easter We have a superb assortment of Panama Mohair and Silk 1500 for a Mohair or Silk Coat or ShirtWaist Suit that Is worth 2000 in Blue Black or Brown NEW SKIRTS 500 for Panama of Mohair Skirts correct effect worth 600 700 to 1000 for handsome styles of Mixtures Panama or Fancy Mohairs A MOHAIR OR VOILE DRESS You can not do without we will continuo ext week the special offering of 39c for Fancy Colored Mohairs In Blue Brown or Grey Mixtures and Jacqured effects worth 60c and GOc G9c for French Voiles in Blue Brown Grey etc regular 100 quality HOSE New Spring line Onyx and Gordon Dye WHITE GOODS In these we made large early preparation and our values in all the right kinds are unequaled DEATHS CRADYAt the home of her parents in Larue county on Mon day Mrs Lizzie Crady wife of Mr Wulter Crady aged about 25 yearsMrs Crady was a lady of quiet reserved and gentle character modest and true hearted She had lived in our city but two short years and had won the hearts of all who had the pleasure of knowing her But two short months ago she had been blessed with a precious little daughter who is left to meet the sorrows of life bereft of a mothers guiding hand And her devoted and idol izing husbands heart is crushed by this unlooked for sorrow Thank God he sorrows not as those that have no hope for his darling wife was an earnest and devoted Christian having in early girlhood consecrated her life to her Master and Savior In his bitter sorrow we tender tho sympathy of one who knows well the agony ho endures Mrs Crady was a member of the First Baprist Church of this cityHAMMONDAt her home on the West Side on Sunday night Mrs Parthenia Hammondwife of the lato Mr Wm R Ham mond aged 70 years Mrs Hammond was born and reared in Georgia and came to this city about tho close of the civil war with her husband told daughterShe a devoted Christian woman and had lived a quiet earnest life doing all the good that came to her hands in loving fidelity to Him who was her stay and support in all tho trials of life She was a devoted wife mother and friend When the shadows came she was not afraid for she had her anchor safe within the veil Her husband had preceded her to the grave several veara ago and she was ifanythii g gentler and more devoted to the loved bohindI daughter and several grandchildren to mourn her departure The funeral services were conducted by her pastor Rev M B Adams on Tuesday morning and the remains were laid by the side cemeteryIVewoman ever since she came here to live and admired her for her sterling worth We tender our sincere sympathy to the bereft S FARMER BLACKAt the home of her father Mr Robert Bondurant Mrs Mary Black the wife of Mr Luther Black of Bagdad departed this life April 4th aged 29 years She was a consistent Christian having united in early life with the Baptist Church at Bagdad The funeral services were con ducted at the Baptist Church at Bagdad Wednesday by Rev J F Griffiths assisted by Rev B J Davis of Clay Village The re mains were interred in the Bagdad CemeteryShe a fond mother a de voted wife and a kind neighbor None knew her but to love her- and sad indeed must be these who were her most trusted friends to miss her familiar face and kind voice She leaves a kind husband father mother two little chil dren one sister brother and a host of relatives and friends A NEIGHBOR ALLEN At Choateville on Saturday night Mrs Samuel Allen STAMPING GROUND The storm of wind rain and hail which visited this section on Monday afternoon was pretty de structive blowing down fences burns and trees Mrs Maggie Sprako Jones wife of Mr Ben R Jones died in Lex ington on Wednesday April 12 of spinal nleningltiR aged 29 years Mrs Jones had been in bad health for several months and had gone to Lexington to be nearer her physician She was the youngest daughter of Mr R S Sprako and wife of this place The funeral took place from the Baptist Church of which si e vas a member on Thursday after noon the services being conducted by Rev G W Hill her pastor Farmers were very busy all week and farm work is well advanced Quite a number have planted their corn UNO IT SHOULD BE IAS At the last meeting of the City Council an ordinance was passed providing for extending the water mains in the West Side This is as it should be There is a large section of that thriving little sec tion of tho city that is practically without any fire protection These people pay their due pro portion of taxes and are as much entitled to the benefits of the city as tiny other TAYLORijtJ r PREMIERHK EN T U C K Y WHISKEY E K TAYLN1R 1 SOUS Prsr6strL I Frtnkftrt KMtmkyi r Sirv Have we preeminently lead 75c for 28 Inch Rough effect Homespun Silks the most stylish of all 58c for beautiful quality In neat effects or plain colors LILY BRAND OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR The kind that looks like It was made at home Gowns Skirts Corset Covers Drawers splendid value at 25c 39c 50c 75c 100 EASTER TIME Reminds you of the need of a new Carpet f tMATTING RUG With a pretty pattern in Lace or Muslin Curtains Together with It We have them all and you have not done yourself justice until you come to see the extremely good values we are foffering i A FAMOUS REMEDY Icured MY cough with German Syrup He wrote to Dr G G Green IiAn as true as I ten doctor dear Im feelin finer than ever Ive been QThe poor consumptive should not be the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment the dread disease mani fests its presence he should be given Bo schees German Syrupa pure nonalcoholic medicine that made specially for the cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds coughs croup sore throat youngqIthas been famous as a consumption cure centuryqTrial bottle 750 At all druggists throughout the world e TO ATTEND GRAND COM MANDS RY AS A BODY The Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Templar will meet in Richmond this year on Wednesday Mnv 24- Fnmkfort Commandery No4 has determined to attend in a body Last year a committee WitS plaitsforjust reported The committee who detailed the trip is composed of Sir Knights Mason P Brown John P tfelbert and Geo B Harper and it is out lined as fol The lowsIIhere on May 28 at 4 p m on a special train over the F C railroad and is scheduled to arrive at Richmond at 7 oclock They will march to their headquarters at Hotel Glyn don headed by the Second Regi ment Band of this city The hand has been engaged to be with the Frankfort contingent during comIposed theoonIclaveb11t on afternoon of the 24th A number of ladies will accom pany the Sir Knights on their pil grimage which willof course add dignity to the occasion willilonveoclock a m and arrive in Frankfort at 9 oclock The trip will be a most enjoyable one and as the arrangements permit a quick trip every indication that Frankfort will be well represented O Q X r rn iiTTJtliTCI rItSILKSt l LOSES OUT Judge Stout decided on Wednesday t that he had no jurisdic tion iu the injunction suit of Col E H Taylor Jr v Hon IJF Johnson to compel the Icratic County Committee to counttprimaryCol to the Court of Appeals genuineLaxativetho remedy that cures n celfi fa eve day 1 i TO ARRANGE FOR NEW PASSENGER DEPOTIA high official of the L N railroad was in the city on yester day to arrange for the erection ofsa new passenger depot in thisicity This has been a long want and has been delayed owing to the doubts about the final loca r tion of the Capitol huildingsy THURSDAY NIGHTS ALARM At 1055 on Thursday night an alarm from box 27 called the J department to rooms over the 4 White Crook Saloon on Broad way where the whole interior was 11 found to be in flames The blaze was soon extinguished but not t before some 800 in damage was done to the apartment Stomach Troublescured JOL1JYJPEPJA CURE Under aU curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured by Kodol Fa was cured of stomach of Chrome trouble which Dyspepsia had effected the use bYjhis heart Kodol R 1 KOIDOL lywle aJr YtTNiat For sale by J W Gayle drug gist ASK FOR TUB IfOS KODOL ALMAi NAC ASIA KM YEAR CALENDAR e j JJhii t I THeFranKforittouadaDoiit Entered at the postolllco at Frankfort Ken 1f Lucky secondclass mniluble mnthrI 14 f QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub 1 I FRANKFORT APRIL 15 1905 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF- f THE Y 11 C A The annual meeting of the Board of Directors of the local Y M C A was held Friday even ing and nearly all of the members were present and took dinner at the Capital Hotel at 680 oclock The following officers were elected yearjGayle L Greene TreasurerF S Haff Recording Secretary Sainl M Whitehead General Secretary J Paul Swain A statement of the finances of the Association was rendered as 1 followsDisbursements2894 28 Bills payable 199 11 Total 8098 84 t l Receipts 2817 75 Balance in Bunk 3April 1904 88 85 1389 2918 49 Bills payable 199 11 r Cash on hand 19 26 Unpaid sub scriptions 148 25 165 51 Unprovided for April 1905 31 60 The latter amount was guaran teed at the meeting which fully covers the floating indebtedness of the Association It was decided that a canvas should be begun at once for the current years expenses 19050 r A budget of 2955 was approved May 28 was set for the observ ance of the Tenth Anniversary of the organization in this city Messrs C E Kngin and A B Hammond were elected members r of the Board DECLINED Prof T Lindsey Blayne Ph D of Central University Dan ville has declined the very flattering appointment to the Chair of Modern Languages at Princeton University and will remain at Danville TO COMMENCE NEW BUILT INGS Dr J A Posey will commence work on his new residence on Shelby street next week Mr i W L Wright has the contract for the work Miss Eliza Overton will break ground for her new residence ad joining that of Dr Posey at the same tim Mr W L Graham has the contract IIof scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial Tor babies and children In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Send for free amnte t 1Scott CbenUts Bowne 1tHew hoc and1111oO A irtrltly l Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me Mrs H R Jobe formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from Eldredge the same state as followsIt the eatestpleasure that I rec ommend Dr N rvine and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good t have me Last winter 1 had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on my left side for a long time I got your Heart Cure and took three bottles have no trouble now with my heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem Kettin2nerves of my heart were so affected that sometimes would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a th t I tried Restor ativeNervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all gone I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as I was bottJeAddressDr REV JOHN R MATTHEWS AT ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH When this man of Godcameon his first visit fort in December 1908 he was not known to our people Fur this reason some did not hear him preach until the last day or two of his stay and many did Tot hear him at all Rev A B Chinn rector of As cension Church has arranged to have him hold another series of meetings beginning Monday April 17th and ho doubt all who hud the pleasure of hearing him before will gladly avail themselves of the chance to listen to his clear instructions on the Holy Book from tiny to ay Mr Matthews is an experienced and thorough student of the Bible and has a remarkable faculty for making it plain to others We heartily commend him and his important work to the peope of our community We are asked to state that meet ings will he held at 480 and 780 p m at the Episcopal Church STREET RAILWAY COMPANY AROUSES UGLY FEELING On Saturday last employes of the Frankfort and Versailles Trac tion Co came very near causing a riot Under orders of the road officials thev proceeded to cut down three of the handsome shade trees in front of the City School buildings on Second street because they interfered with the erection of their trolley wires on the extension of the road to the West Side So soon as the fact was known quite a number of prominent citi zen among them the President o the Board of Education and n arly every member of the Board ad the Superintendent of Sahc ole assembled and ordered the men to stop the trespass Tie Employes tff the road were reluctant to obey but the demand was enforced by several officers of the law and these other dete mined gentlemen who told them that if they attacked another tree there would be trouble in tl e land The matter was at once taken into the courts warrants being sworn out against the men and officials of the company and com plaint made to the grand jury The fooling aroused yns a very ugly one us these trees had been the object of especial care upon the part of the of Educa tion for some thirtyyears It is peculiarly unfortunate for the company as they are just beginning the work of extending- their lines The little folks love Dr Woods Norway Eiije Pleasant to take prefect Iy harmless r positive cure for coughs corns asthma GETS IT IN THE NECK Ifhe American Book Co who supplyfing at different pieces from those agreed upon and recovery bring had upon their bond for 10000 in Mason county State Superintendent ot Schools Fuqua called upon them to renew their bond which the company refused to doI thereupon the Superintendent issued the following circular to County Superintendents Frankfort Ky April 8 1905 The Court of Appeals having affirmed a decision of the Mason County Circuit Court against tho American Book Company by which Mason county gets a judgment for 10000 the full amount of said companys bond under and by authority of which said American Book Company secured adop tion of certain text hooks for use in the various counties of this State under the former county adoption law sections 00 and 61 of the old school book law the same being sections 4428 and 4424 of the Kentucky Statutes and as said American Book Cm pany refuses to execute a new bond for the continuance of the said county adoptions of its text books now under contract in cer tain counties unexpired county adoptions you are hereby noti fied it will be unlawful for the common school of this Common wealth to continue using or to permit to be used any of the text books published by the said Amer ican Book Company on any such county adoption contracts as all such county adoptions are for feited by said company by its re fusal to execute a new bond for the continuance of such county adoptions the provisions of the law relative to such county adop tions being as follows Upon the fnilimreor refusal of any such publisher or person to comply with the provisions of this act within the time herein speci fied tho textbooks of such pub lisher or person selling the same shall be removed from the com mon schools of any and every county by the county board thereof in which the same have been adopted Kentucky Statutes section 4424 It will therefore be required of all counties having such con tracts for textbooks published by American Book Company to dis continue their use on and after this date and substitute for such books the corresponding books of the State Uniform Series The penalties for using other books than the State series except such as are under legal contract are upon the County School Book Commission and teachers the former being liable to a fine of from 100 to 5CO and the latter teachers can not draw salary while using other books than those under legal State or county contract This applies only to publications of American Book Company at present Other suits are pending against other companies and you will be advised on the conclusion of these The Court of Appeals holds that only one recovery can be companylandfull amount of the bond Mason county has been awarded the amount of American Book Com panys bond and other suits against it will be useless Yours respectfully JAS H FUQUA SR Supt Pub lime erysipelaslanddiseases yield quickly and permanently to the cleansing purifying power of Burdock Blood Bitterp 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 0sending a sketch and description may qutcklr ascertain our an Invention la probably PBtnHiblCommunlcAo IItrlctl conOc1entlaL on Patent encyforaecurtngyatentsPatents tpettal notice without charge in the Scientific American- A handsomely Illustrated weekly tareest cir culation of any scientific Journal Terms a year t four months fL byall newsdealers mUNN OtCo6ZPBSWahiNewYork i r Pleasant to lalce r SI IY Nc t Ii rI o TnCe Mvt Laxative Syrup J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONn 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 Souof such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness lBloated Feeling etc r Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than anv other vou have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO 1 Glaze Your lthIi I Windows li H iilf I have an iml1ene stock of GI ASS lzeR and c n interest you as to price undAquantity i iI FRANK GISTAGGIt Hardware Paints Oils Etc t 4 t LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY rLI LOCAL TIMETABLEvlEFFECTIVE OCT 16 1901 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND j No2I BuudlI No4 DRib fix Sun AH- Leave II Stations Mls IDaily Ex Bund AMI ArI No8I lDaltivAr I rd 225 746 0 Lexington 0 11 IUG1 rt 810 825 Winchester a 580ctl860 918H Clay City 40 406 0233 Stanton 480 t485 964 Natural Bridge 67 401 t449 1008 Torrent IWlI 847 t 51 1029 Beattyville Junction L88i616 1180 170 Jackson 94 823 Trains No 8 and connect at O E Junction with the O E Ry for Oannel City and tlocal points on that line Trains No1 and J connect at Benttyville Junction with L A Hy for Trains and 8 connect with tho By at L E Junction torvat Sterling and local station JB BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager QP AIOUZO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY h MWI NO DallyEx No DullyEx Stations NoOSI DalljEx No iI O JIAM Lye PM PMAr LvelIo 926I 1131 oi280 O E Junction 885 1126 f 848I 168 Wilhurat 417 1163i 10 Ui2 Hampton 480 1168 1760 128 Leo 610 1222 18f 21Z121INos and will make emcee connection at30rtt KJuHotion Iwith NOs 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEYt8uperintendont = To at Evening RUDOLPH AND ADOLPH 1I Laugh and the world laughs with you if na potent nj d pow erful an epigram as when uttered Even the soothing swirl of an election campaign can nut t down it for the speaker who his audiences laugh is the one achieves the greatest i popular esteem j it is with the tr atrical performances When the seasons theatrical race has been 0 run the judges invariably say t1The farce comedy has it there It t by indicating first finish in popu musiICurrievIdlo Theatre on this Saturday even ing has had this blue ribbon of lt success pinned upon it for three f seasons past and starts in the 1 present season with the hall mark of approval of both public and l The story of the play is and uninvolved and much of the fun hangH upon the ques tion of mistaken identity t CARD OF THANKS desire to thank our friends tand neighbors for their the illness and death of W our beloved Hammond mother Mrs Par liw A GOINS FAMILY r j West Side April 12 jII ir IMPROVEMENT ON METHO DIST PARSONAGE t iY The Pastors Aid Society of the Methodist Church is having a lj handsome verandah built at the parsonage adjoining the church proper It will be a de- L ceded beneficial improvement when completed LATEST ARRIVALS I Yo have jut received new lot of and Panama SuitingsT- he most Dress Goods of the season in Checks Figures grid n solid colors also Black 50c and7c Silks In all colors for Shirt Waist Suits JOe 60c and75c The best guaranteed Black Taffeta yard wide silk 100 Japanese Habutai Silk yard wide extra value 100 New patterns of Percales and Manchester Cambric for Waists and Shirts 10c 121c and 16c CIIi S ii I to Weitzel ODonnel- Lll Rudolph Adolph be seen Capital Theatre this Saturday first fmakes lsimple c kindn- essYjduring Mohpir CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF DANVILLE enIterpdVIMenefeeAdvocate Danville is a candidate for mayor of that city He has issued a manifesto giving his plat form which is comprehensive and sound He is a candidate subject to the Democratic nomination He is the right sort We wish him all success in his canvass Heres lookiu at yer pnrdI BOX PARTY j The Kings Daughters Circle of Steadmantown will give a box party at Churchs Schoolhouse Wednesday night April 19th for the benefit of the new hospital WENT FOR THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY The Franklin County Grand Jury returned about 450 indic meats against the Standard Oil Co for peddling oil without a license minimum fine in each case is 50 making a total of 22250 in all It is uncertain however whether there can be more than one fine inflicted ac cording to lawyers NEW CURS FOR CANCER All surface cancers are now known to he curable by Buoklena Arnica Salvo Jas Walters of Duffield Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bncklens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25o at all druggists r r 11 t1 it1I I Jti t BOUGHT OLD HUNT HOME The Capitol Commission sold the old Hunt residence on the grounds to be used for the Capitol on Wednesday to newI A D Martin for the Varnish Co The building will be mnterinlltakennow owned by that company The price paid was 48044 Dr Wearera Treatment Bjnp forth blood ene for akin erwptSMI DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT The musical entertainment given at the residence of Mrs Mary Y Scott on Tuesday even ing by the Musical Department of the Womans Club was a very enjoyable affair Mr Carl M Gansevoort who was the vocal soloist of the occa sion possesses a clear and cultured voice of great sweetness and power He was accompanied on the piano by Miss Olive Robert son vho has an exquisite touch accompanied by sweetness and power These cultivated musicians received quite an ovation from the musical critics of the audience We greatly regret that we were unable to be present to enjoy the entertainment and are under ob ligations to friends who were for the facts of this notice We are sincerely grateful to Miss Mamie Mason Scott for an invitation to attend- ATTENTION HOUSEKEEPERS Wanted a few et Hmts with CrenmlotNo 100 804t t r v Il Z t 6i d l1r H t il PO IT TODAY inluactionNtyou can do rodny tt is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for s vtrnl days perhaps venk Take some r liuhle remedybewhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly reliave your cough or cull and its continued use for a tow days will cure you completely No matter how deep seattd your cough even It dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done bofore In thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drngigsts lyr 1S05 SAVANNAH AND RE- TURN80 HO FT WORTH AND RETURN VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale from George town to Savannah May 18th and 14th with final limit May 20th 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 Witch Hazel 8alv For Piles Burns sBoroe FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIALS Naional Baptist Anniversaries- St Louis Mo May 10th24th 1905 one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Dates of sale May 14th 15th and 10th Good returning until May 27th Go via Cincinnati and have the advantage of variable routes SAML E HUTTON G P A Otdi f iir UmbrellasI ALL S ILKII I WEITZELSucce- ssor l When ore asked 1flourItry it its just as good as j- EM Why experi went You know what you get when yon buy J ExperlmentlngItttI r i mfcJ j j Sold only by Grocers Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Maui St Frankfort Ky r51tf t Bodily pain loses its terror if lla bottle of Dr Thomas Nstantcuts sprains accidents of any sort FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIAL RATES x KnightsTemplnr Ky May 2427th One and one tripDates limit May 27 HUTTONrG P A 81 t- dOeIMinuteCoughGurs P Gtufhs Cold and Crwp J Queen and Crescentyl Shortest Route AN- DQuickest Schedule j BETWEEN t jCINOINNATI GEORGETOWN CHATTANOOGA IATLANTA J BIRMINGHAMY r SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND 1 TEXAS POINTS Write for Rites and Printed Matter EdeBa CLARKE T P A 89 Mala Street Lexington Kentucky t p L2 111 AXX EINTM O IN RYRVERS strongest in the- World i I I 807309 Main St Both Phones IMPORTANT INFORMATION The Kentucky Railroad Commission has formulated a set of rules governing the investigation of complaints which may be filed before that board These rules Were forwarded here for record and Mr Moses R Glenn Secretary of the Board will at once have them printed for use of all arties who may desire copies In speaking of these rules today Mr Glenn saidliThe work of the 6omnii6sion has increased to such i an extent during the past year BB to necessitate a more sys tematic handling of the large number of complaints which are constantly being filed with the commission It is believed that these rules will materially ex pedite these investigations and aid the complainants as wellas s the railroads in presenting their Contentions to the commission The rules are as follows 1 RULES TO GOVERN MODE OF BRINGING COMPLAINTS AND MATTERS FOR IN VESTIGATION BEFORE THE RAILROAD COMMISSION OF KENTUCKY 1 All complaints and applica tions to have hearings before the IRailroad Commission upon any IV arising under the law creating and defining the duties 4ofsaid commision shall be writing and may be either in theI form of a letter or petition adI l dressed to the commission or any member thereof 2 Such complaint shall contain jectIor tion and signed by complainants fitor applicants or by their attor ney but technical pleading will not be required It must be de L4 livered to the Secretary or to any f member of the commission by the complainant or applicant his 11Agent or attorney or it may be to the commission through the mails 7r 8 When such complaint or apt plication shall be made the Sec retary shall file the same by plac f riighis file mark thereon with the f proper number and enter the J same on the docket If 4 Before causing notice to be issued to the carrier or other A Iparty complained of as provided aouy law the commission may w the party against whom complaint is made of the nature of such complaint and the party making the same in order that the cause of the complaint may r be removed or remedied without incurring the expense of a formal trial or hearing before the corn mission When notice shall he issued to such party to appear i before the commission at the place and time named in the answer such complaint the party t so notified shall file answer and at least one copy thereof with the Secretary of the commission not later than five days thereafter i n and the Secretary shall at once forward said copy to complainant 5 The Secretary of the commis sion will complaint or complaints have en filed make full copies of sameor tfsfe6f eabh rnember of the commission and of the party compls1ntidof r 1 Blli Now is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for Pittsburgh Perfect STEEL FENCEWelded by Electricity Just the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry tt cropsCloverP C SOWE R8c CO6 In entering the complaint upon the docket and in the an ewer thereto the party making complaint shall be designated plaintiff and the party against theiapplication shall be so styled with the name of the applicant 7 The party or parties to any complaint or application and appearbeforeor by counsel 8 Any member of the commission will issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses whoge testimony either party may desire at any investigation 0 These rules shall be printed and copies thereof furnished to all applicants FOR THREE NIGHTS Carroll Comedy Company One of the Best Popular Priced Shows the Attraction at the Capital Theatre for Three Nights Next Week The Carroll Comedy Company one of the best repertoire companies on the road will be the attraction nt the Capital Theatre next Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights April 1718 and 19 The opening bill will be the great com edy drama If The Parisian Prin ceBSwith Miss Dorothy Wallace in the leading role supported by a peoplePopularwill prevail during the engage monte with ladies accompanied by an escort free on the opening night Sale of seats will begin at Barrottp selfexplanatoryThe was seen last night at Potters Opera House under the most favor able circumstances and everybody porfeutlydelighted greetedtheII Miss Dorothy Wallace in the double cast of Jean Ingleside rnd Marie Dubose the Parisian Prin cess was decidedly clever and won the favor of the house at onue with her excellent acting Mr Jo J Winter the leading man was ex ceptionally good as George Leigh ton and was highly applauded The play was considered of the best ever seen under popular prices and was complete with pretty costumes and scenery The vaudeville acts were up to the standard and charmed the audience especially cunning little Baby Hope the sixyearold prodigy said to be the greatest child artist in America In the comedy she took the part of a newsboy and was loudy applauded but between acts she appeared In her special role of dancing and singing She brought down the house and had to return several times in encore Jack Carson the comedian is a rare treat and entertained with delightful Jokes fun and amuse ment of every description Leevlo King of the slack wire was one of the finest artists ever seen in the city and stirred the house to won der and amusement with his feats on tho slack wire Bowling Green Park City Times FOR RENT The Hovenroom residence of Mrs Robert Boyd Robertson Third street is for rent It is de lightfully situated and has all modern improvements bath and gasI A desirable home For further information telephone No 502 East Tennessee Phone 811t i LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver endingAprilAsh Miss Bottle Rally Richard IBnker F Casey Brown W OIChambers Chatman Arch Cooper Mrs Jennie Diokson Kircher Dixon Kirker- Employment Agency Ethincton A 2 Francisco Mrs Ellen Foster E Hnrney Mis Freda Johnson Miss Annie M Johnson Miss Alice Lynn Mr Dora F Marshall Silas Minor Mlijg Zuetta Ray T F- Rronourk Net Smith Dr J P Taylor J H Waits Mrs Ira letIItersmn a Early Risers Th famous little p1Nti FORGET ABOUT YOUR STOMACH If your digestion is bad the vitalorgans of your body are not fedand nourished as tliey should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach from the very day you begin tak ing it This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more E L saysIedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests IndigestionDyspepsia ing Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its preparation is the result of may years of research Sold by J W Gayle- STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Ladles Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will give a Strawberry and Ice Cream Supper in the Chapel of their Church so soon as these delicious berries are ripe Due notice will be given of the exact date These ladles are famoiiHfpr their abundant and de licious suppers STREET IMPROVEMENTS Mrs Mary L Bradley is having granitoid sidewalks put down in front and on the side of her prop Arty located at the corner of Wash ington and Main streets This will make a vast improvement on this much used passway SALE The Jndiehe Methodist Church will have ou sale today at the Collins building next door piescakesthings Open all day tl o Value JOHN DRISCOLL IThei The Pioneer Sour Dont forget the IJOHN DRISCOLL t St Clair St Frankfort Kentuckyi FROM LOUISVILLE VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Colone way 2425 round trip 4080 Oklahoma City 0 T one way 1815 round trip 2255 Enid 0 T one way 1785 round trip 2255 Chickasha I T one way 1880 round trip 2850 Tulsa I T one way J640 round Wichita trip 1990I1670 round trip 2085 Ft Worth Tex one way 1070 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 Correspondingly 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 Louisville Ky AStjLouis OaJJTOeEABeen BJpature of Bootiit EASTER GJFTSI Mrs Sawyier announces her sale of Fancy Work appropriate for Easter Gifts at her home on Saturday April 15 811t CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR candidate for Mayor of the cityI of Frankfort to the action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20te THE RIGHT NAME is DE WITT DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals outs burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Ziokefoose Adolph W Va save My little daughter had white swelling so that piece after worked out of leg DeWitts herIItof counterfeits Sold by J WI GayleI r n Will Conform to the most uneven ground rI 1Kentucky Qualltx i place 216 KY subject bad her A WAY OPEN tMany a Frankfort Reader Knows It Well w to convince the greatestseptic Scores of Frankfort people have made it possible The public statement Iof their experience is proof the Iducedwas j 0performof weakness across my loins and 4ingobject the irregular action of the 1kidneys and the sensation of scalding which accompanied the symptoms 3Iand distressing I doctored a JJgreat deal besides employing other remedies to be good for kidneyiitrouble but I received only slight jInewspapersin j 4 concluding to try them I prop r cured a box at J W Gay esdrugfvstore Their effect sur prised me and I followed up the treatment wItha second box t rforcertainly recommend them iFor sale by all dealers PrIC 50 cents FosterMil bnrn CoLBuffalo Now York sole agents for the United States- Remember the nameDoans- and take no other TRESPASSERS TAKE NOTICE This is to notify all persons that will make a charge ofIOO per day to all persons fishing In my pond Trespassers will beGprosecuted RICHARD MORRIS 8244 HELLO STRANGER I Where Have You Been You Seem io 1Be Loaded Down irWhy Have you not hoard of Friend John C Quires Store hmoneypile of Family Supplies that I have Any body ought to what a trade he has yonrHetie about it Hurrah for the selfmade tLDKI282mt S D JOHNSON COWe take pleasure In announcing that Mrs Utterback the head of our dress making department has returned from New York and Is prepared to show many beautiful French and New York designs OUR SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENT r Under the management of Miss Charlie Wilson Is now prepared t with an unusually beautiful assortment of designs and patterns for their waists now so much worn Dont wait until you are sure you want to give and order but come and lookWe take pleasure In showing our beautiful and varied line of silks laces muslins embroideries and silks THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT JOHNSON HOGE wish to announce that the millinery depart ment will positively be closed out this spring REGARDLESS OF COST We have a fine line of trimmed and untrimmed hats flowers feathers wings and ribbons You will find our mllllrrer ready to give you remarkable prices in trimming over your last years hat You can get a felt hat so cheap you will save money by buying now and be ready for next fall D FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bev M B Adams tho pastor wil- at lln m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m in tin chapel Homo Department and Bible ClassTnught by E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran gers invited to join- Baraoa Bible Class at 945 tat gh by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot in the chapel at 63C p m Leader John Will Johnson Jr Topic Glorifying God In Our Recreation Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730- Visitors cordially invited Seats free t ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHUBOH flov A B Chinn rector Sunday April 16 8 a m Holy Communion 1100 Morning Prayer and sermon 780 p m Prayer and sermon 4 p m Confirmation instruction 980 Sundayschool RoY John Matthews A M will pronoh each afternoon and ov rf the week Those services are all open to public CHRISTIAN CHURCH R C R Hudson the pastor preach at 11 a m and 730 p Sundayschool at 980 a m 1the chapel Endeavor Society meet in the chapel at 030 p m Leader W C Marshall Topic II Glorifying God In Recreations TIO Junior Society will meet Fridnyafternoon at 8 oclock in j ohapeiEverybody Invited- SOUTHERN fl CHURCH K o v Wm Crowe pastor will preach at 11 a m 780 p m at OHO a m tfSundayschool Society at p m PrnYerme ting Wednesday inn at 780 oclock It Everybody CATHOLIC invited to attend Father Thomas S Major Ld Low Mass at 780 a m i High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m The Way of thd Cross t evening at 780 tr VFIRST RESBYTERI Rev J MoOusky ney D D the pastor will At 11 a nii and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of tian Endeavor at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday ing at 780 p ni All young people are at end METHODIST CHURCH ltil r J O A Vaught the pastor preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m League at 7 p m IPrayer meeting on evening at 780 visitors cordially invited to 1tendNORTH BENSON CHURCH Rev J J r D D of Georgetown will at North Benson this county on tho evening of j urday the 22d and the Sunday the 23d of this month CASrrOE1XA 1JentH 4iI The 1SPECIAL OFFER IN THE DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT Mohair Shirts Waist Suits made to order1400Silk Shirt Waist Suits made to order1500Do-nt wait until you are sure you want to give an order but come and look We take pleasure in showing our beautiful and rare line of SILKS LACES MUSLINS EMBROIDERIES AND STOCKSIOUR PRICES ARE ALL RIGHT BELOW WE QUOTE A FEW FOR YOU TO SEE Best Blue Print4cGood Wide Brown Cotton5cYar-dWide Bleached Cotton 5c Felt Hats 19c Formerly 125 to 150 Felt Hats were p150 to 20025cStra-wHats 25c Formerly 75 to 100 Flowers 15c a bunch were 35c Clarks Spool Cotton Pins Per Flowered Ribbon10c2cIS JOHNSON CO RELIGIOW MAIN Fine Property for Sale I We Offer for Sale That Pine Suburban Property Adjoining the NEW STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS Containing a Fine Brick Residence and 87 Acres of Land and known as the Sayre or Rodman PlaceThis is a very desirable home and should make a very fine investment L B Marshall Co Agents Frankfort Ky Startling Prices Will Prevail Next Week Commencing Monday on Silks and Suitings Including the new iridescent and small checks and invis iblehair lines and stripes also Mohairs and Sicilians in plain and novel ideas We have Wash Goods and Organdies I2jc a yard and upwards Ginghams 36 inches wide reduced to tOe yard Lace Curtains Lace Curtains 98c to 150 are beauties positively worth a great deal moro Curtain Swisses lOc a yard and up both dots and stripesRibbons If you want Ribbons in any of the new ideas you will be surprised at 15c to lJ5c quality Our 16c Ribbon cant be duplicated for 25c elsewhere F J HEENEY A Pal cy in THE EQUITABLE LIFE WILL PROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN PROVIDE FOR YOUR OWN OLD AGE PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUSE- PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A DEPENDENT PERMIT YOU TO LIVE UP TO YOUR INCOME PROVIDE A COLLEGE COURSE FOR YOUR SON PREVENT A FORCED SALE OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY NEED FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE PROTECT PARTNERS OF A BUSINESS FIRM PREVENT PAUPERISM AND ENCOURAGE THRIFT Ralph R1 Wilson District Manager Frank C Hutchison Local Representative j KY Prescription Quality In no other line of work does quality of materials and service count for so much as in the compounding of prescri ptions N o matter what your pre scription is intended to do it cannot do it unless it is rightly pre pared from drugs of known purity and strength There is no use taking chanches you tall be sure by bringing it hero No matter up an what blank it is written we can fill it The medi cine and the price will be right Jul W GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky PLAOE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS LEGHORNEggs Our stock is from the greatest egglaying strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill STREETFRANKFORT POULTRY YARDS Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 888 lO6m frankfort GinGio ati HI The Midland Route jI Lout Tune Tab e In Effect January ti 1904 iltoSJ A No82 PAU Y EXCEPT SUNDAY IAMI M Not8 JIg2ti Duvall 1Q46641 t 2 85 0Tohnson 1940 0 85 2 Georgetown W35 6 29 251 65i t 0 8 Depot 6 26 2 69 8 05 Newtown 6 807 813 Centerville 046 469 811 8 Elizabeth 9 5 63 a 827 Paris JnnctnJ 43 8 8 SO Ar Paris fLv 9 ol5 43 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with LAt 1 BETWEEN FRANKFORT OINCINNA1Ii ff VIA GEORGETOWN PMIAM IAMI M II t2 00 8 100 I 7 Lv Georgetown Arl0 80 6 M 8 0u1015 Ar Cincinnati LT 880140Q BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI iJ IVu PARIS r P M P K A ji 800 Lv Frankfort fatiS6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv UI KENTUOK CENTRAL R B POINTArt hI2 47P 7J1A A Georgetown 80A 836P 8 25P 8tJQA A Paris LI 9 542P 6 liP A Winchester Ul 7 09A UP 8 16P A Maysville L 6 45A Hap 6iQI 6 A Cincinnati L 2 6CF HUTTONPre AnA TRIED AND TRUE FRIEND One Minute Cough Cure con tains not an of any harmful drug and it hRB been during Coughs Colds group and ing Cough so long that it hascproven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion lad says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 92 Aftestifying a number of remedres tqno aylU One Minute Cough Cure entirely cured np Sold by J W Gayle i i OLERK CARRIER EXAMINA TION 1005tCommission announces that on the date and at the place named above an examination will beheld for the positions of clerk and carrier in the Postoffice Service This examination offers an op portunity to bright energetic interlapkem ployment where the salaries compare most favoraby with those paid in private employment carriers in OPUIU1tion perhannum In cities containing less than 75000 population there are two classes Second class 500 per annum and third class 000 per annum Appointments of letters carriers are made to the class hast ing the minimum rate of pay and promotions from the lower grades are made to the next higher grade f at the expiration of one years service on certificate of the post master to the efficiency and faithfulness f of the employe during the preceding year A substitute let ter carrier receives a compensa tion of per annum and the pro rata compensation of the carrier whose route he may be required regularby the promotion of the senior substitute A substitute clerk is paid a rate of compensation not exceeding the compensation of the absent clerk or employe whose ofclerkscording to the class of work to be performed and the size of the t office but range from 400 to 000 in the smaller offices to as high as 1700 per annum in the f larger offices All original ap pointments of clerks are made at the minimum salaries The examination will consist of the subjects mentioned below weighted as indicated Subjects Weights 1 Spelling twenty words of difficulty in com kflee 10 2 Arithmetic simple tests in addition subtraction multiplication and divisionIl of whole numbers common and decimal frac Lions and United States l money 20 8 Letterwriting a letter of not less than 125 words on some subject of general interest Competitors will be permitted to select one of two subjects given 20 4 Penmanship the hand writing of the competitor in the subject of copying beFKyireferenceto the elements of legibility rapidity neat ness general appearance etc 20 6 Copying from plain copy a simple test in copying printedlineshandwriting 10 6 United States geography relative to the boundaries capitalslargest other bodies of water and the location by States of prominent cities etc 10 7 Reading addresses test in the and adr reading names dresses on 25 cards in dif ferent handwritings 10 Total 100 Age limit all positions 18 to 45 years All applicants male and female must have the medical uppIicatiul1blank must he at least 5 feet 4 inchpq in height in bare feet and weigh not less than 125 pounc1f1IThe Postoffice stated that no person who is defective in any of the following named particulars will be ap pointed in the postal service Deafmutes hunchbacks per 4eons having defective hearing totallyblindarmed onehanded or onelegged persons or those having crippled sufferingfromaBthma nia or any other physical defect f or disease which would prevent proper discharge of tho duties o the position All persons who have been ex amined for the position of clerk or carrier within the past year and failed to pass may bo reex amined upon filing now applica tions in duo time This examination is open to allcitizens of the United States who comply with the require ments rsnltingfrompected that certification will be made to existing and future va canciesFor application blank full instructions specimen examination questions and information relative to the duties and salaries o the different positions and the location of the examination room application should be to the secretary of tho board o examiners at postolbce acceptedfortary of the local board up to the hour of examination 0 V MOSS Secretary Postal Board r Itching hemorrhoids were the plague of my life Was almost wild Doan Ointment cured me quickly and permanently after doctors had failed C F Corn SaugertiesN RUDOLPH AND ADOLPH The frank avowal of the author of Broadhurst Curries well known and successful farcical melange Rudolph and Adolph CupitalThentre that it is not an attempt to ele vate the stage but merely au effort to drive away the blues does much to prepare the mind of the local theatregoer The blues are a common nuisance and whether at election time or on other occasion the ones who do it are deserving of the highest public approval Rudolphand Adolph have continued in their quaint humorous and delightful way to do this for several seasons and hence are old favorites in the amusement field The play is simple in plot and unfolding Dr Weavers Treatment Srnp purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruptions Kodol Dyspepsia Gurej Digests what you eat DO l7FiEUROPE TJJ B CINCINNATI COIn 722 ercial TribuneWILL TAKE 50 WOMEN TO EU They will go HOPEIthe Uommc A llsolut ayIl l With All Expenses Paid Read the Sunday Cincinnati Commercial Tii bune for pUlti H11uJsA GRASSNurseries SPRING 1905 Trees by the Million Fruit and shade Small Fruits Grnpe Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything usually found at such an establishment We sell direct to agentsTreeapplication to H F HILLENJMEYER 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 and overH HJLLENMEYER SON Lexington KV- 281m f i tt i lI 1 1Z7 SUNDAY The 40th Annual Convention of tho Kentucky Sunduvschool As sociation will bo heldat Somer set Juno 7 8 9 An exceedingly strong and interesting program is being prepared Lr Clms Roads of Philadelphia Rev E W Hel panny of Indianapolis and M W G Shafer of Fairmont W Va are to he our visiting speakers Each is the General Secretary of his State and they will come to us with wellmatured plans Every school in the State is entitled to representation and a large attendance is expected The llth International Sunday Tofseventyfive persons have signified their intention of going This infAmerica For programs or other information regarding either of these conventions address the State General Secretary E A Fox 10 Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky VERY LOW RATES TO THE GOLDEN STATE Every day from March to May 15 the Rock Island System sell oneway tickets to California at greatly reduced rates Only AngelesSantadouble tourist berth in improved pattern of sleeper 700 Through tourist cars to California over two routes Via Rock Island System you secure the best your money can buy Tourist folder and in formation from John Sebastian Passenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System Chicago tf Dr Cadys Condition Iowacrs are jnst what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ar J vermifuge They are not food j medicine and tho best in use to pui horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComi tfl 8s Gayle X33 n t IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been per v supervision its no one to deceive you All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but that trifle with and endanger time health of t IExperiments Children Experience against Experiment i What is CASTORIA fastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms J tColictheyStomachThe Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS j Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 77 4 r r PLANTS PLANTS Egg Plant Pepper ITomatu Head Lettuce Hen Transplanted Spock Plants drawn to order only Not on sale at stores New Phone No 100 804t made under his sonal sinco Allow WANTED MEN AND WOMEN tise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to r men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by cheek direct from headquarters Horse find buggy 1 furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blew Bros Co Dept 4 Monon Bldg Ohi amigo Ill 1824t t Make Moneyi CaliforniaI 7 If you are industrious and capable you can make money there The big ranches are breaking up into small farms that need more workers to care for the increased The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous are great valleys of the richest soil in America waiting for you If you have a little capital you can own one of these small farms yourself or you can rent one on shares and pay for it out of the product in a few years We will send you descriptive booklets and folders giving full information about the money making opportunities for every member of the family You want to see what the is really like you can go there workIfew months enjoy the delightfulclimate the flowers fruit and scenery and earn to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of toS I Ienough Bargain Rates r- Every Day March 1 to May 15 I From Chicago iufnncyrt Friend1f X30 adjoiningterritories iproduct From I It St Louis For oneway colonist tickets Correspondingly reduced rates from almost any point East j The trip is easily and comfortably made via the Rock Island Two routes one through New Mexico tho other through Colorado Through tourist carhours quicker than any other line Double daily tourist service via El Puo Inweekly via Colorado Diningcar service and free reclining chair cars both routes The Rock Island has representatives throughout the United States they are travel experts and can save you money You can have their assistance in arranging the California trip for the asking Consult your home ticket agent or write to the undersigned for our California book and complete tfolder Across the continent in a Tourist Sleeper Remember the Rock Wand runt more tourist can to California than any other route Many of them are of the latest pattern with wide windows and lavatory and toilet rooms for both men and women unusually large and complete in their appointment Cut out this advertisement fill in spaces below cod mail toIJOHN SEBASTIAN PMMBCK Traffic Manager Rock Island System CHICAGO Pleue sand re rate of fare to California and time taLleaIae year illustrated California book sad full Information about your now service expect to leave for California about l sad would Wee hifmsaUoB about eccnoitmINe Address qtystate r