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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT iii GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advniibet r YOL xx V IlL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 22 190b NO 33 THE BEST BOYS CLOTHING word New stay cloth have been I I TOgo with Colt Kid or Tan that look like fathers are with bust Theres a Corona Colt Oxford with soles boy No WON OUT In the suit in the circuit court of S Hazelripg and E C against the city of Frank fort on Tuesday for damnges the first named personally and ORear of a surre and injury to a fine occasioned a lot of rock being left the of street Side where there was no light causing the overturning the destroying the vehicle throwing Hazolrigg out and bruising him up the horse running away and being injured thereby the a peremptory instruction in favor of the city Judge Ben G Williams was the attorney for the plaintiffs and Messrs Van Vinklo and Greene represented the defendant TUESDAY MORNINGS At 10 oclock on Tuesday morning an alarm from box 14 called the department to the rosi dence of Officer Z T Thomason on Logan street where a defective flue had set fire to the roof of the Thomason had the fire under with a garden hose when the department arrived The will amount to about f 75 covered by insurance EST In one tells all about our BOYS CLOTHING It is the best made It is of the best wearing material that can be bought It is made with the utmost cure by the best tailors in Yorkevory seam is sewed to every button is put on to stayuntil the wears out every is made to stand the hardest jerks a boy can give itin detail our Clothing is made to wear If you not a customer of our Boys Clothing Department you will be astonished the variety of styles and patterns Doublebreasted Coats and PantsSinglebreasted Coats and Pants Norfolk SuitsBlouse Suits Sailor Suits Norfolks for the little fellows We are showing almost every imaginable style in Blacks Blues Grays Browns and IixtllJesIEvery Suit From 350 anteedII BOYs SHOES AND OXFORDS the Suit Patent leathers Shoes and made the leather inside and out swell Blucher welted that I the heart of any living jwill Prices Sizes 11 to 13 250 Sizes 13 2 Sizes Si 6 300 R K McCLURE SON 212214 St Clair St = Frankfort Kentucky fCITY Claude ORear to to horse in middle Main 4South vehicle court loss B made buttonhole every 275 NEW LETTER CARRIER Under orders from the Postal Department and at the special ro quest of Capt E M Drane our efficient Postmaster there lies been carrier detailed for workon the South Side in this city and to assist in making extra collections Mr Clay Smith a clork in tho office has heen detailed for this workThe order went into effect on April 17t- hKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat NATIONAL BANKS WON On Monday last in the U S Supreme Court at Washington City the case of the City cf Cov ington against some National Banks of that city for back taxes on the shares of stock in said banks the court held that the banks were not liable Judge J H Hazelrigg and Judge Ira Julian were of for the city The matter is of considerable importance to many of our citi zens who own stock in the State National Bank and the National Branch Bank of Kentucky tst lI TO 8 00 tickle to to Judge ordered BLAZE control Boys another counsel 00 MINTS CLOSED TO FREE COINAGE The mihts of Mexico are now closed to the free coinage of silver This country has always been the home of the free silver ideaPRIVATE SECRETARY TO RE PORTER COURT OF APPEALS Miss Nannie Burkley of Mt Sterling has beRn appointed pri vato secretary and stenographer to Judge T R McBeath Reporter of the Court of Appeals TO HOLD FOUR YEARS The Court of Appeals decided on Tuesday that the Auditors Agents worn entitled to hold their offices each for the term of four years RECOVERED 7000 In the circuit court on Satur day the jury in the case of T B Brightwell v The Geo T Stngg Co returned a verdict of 7000 damages for Brightwell Bright well was hurt while employed as a meal room man at the distillery- of this company Is Guar FINED 50 Cityivolved in trouble in October last during which Marshal Whitehead fired a shot at Mr Hayden hitting him squarely in the stomach hut luckily the ball did not en ter the cavity Marshal Whitehead was tried in the circuit court on Monday and was fumed 50 and costs RETIRES FROM ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE Mr Pat Newman Sr after a business career ofover forty years has retired from the gro cery business Mr Newman is a businessIable career Ho lute also repre sented his ward several times in toIAre often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headache drugI j TailorMadeSuits There is no reason why you should not have a TailorMade Suit when you can buy them at such reduced prices as we are offering them at now Our 15 and 16 Suits only 998 Our 1750 and 20 Suits only 1475 No charge for altera tions WalkingSkirts Correct in style and perfect in workmanship right in price The Mohair and Panama Skirts are big sellers with us You shouldcall and select one while the stock is complete Excel lent values at 450 5 750 Dress Goods We are offering extraordinary values in Dress Goods just now at 50c 75c and per yard You should call and inspect our goods We are sure that we can save you money Silks We show a very choice line and the patterns are beautiful Our 100 quality for 89c Special value in 80 inch Change able Taffeta Silks only per yard C Kagin Bro 4143 St Clair St at Bridge INDICTED Mayor Darnell City Engineer Robt A Frazier and The Frank fcrt and Versailles Traction Co juryforin front of the City School build ings as noted in our last weeks paper The penalty is 500 fine in each caseThe trespass came near causing serious trouble at the time of its occurrence CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor pats nt and the rich patient too onn do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rose and the coughIto coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthorn and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr i f i Cruthlier Simpsons ll4qare too well known in Frankfort and vicinity to make explanation for anything we do We always do as we advertise I A TalkingMachine FREE ii =Hon Ollie M James of Marion was hero on Saturday herye MISS Ann Mary Crittenden visited friends in Louisville this week Mr G W McAlpin spent Sunday I in Louisville Mr Sam Merchant went to Cin jinnati on Monday rfSenntor Chas Carorll of Louis was in the city Monday rtMrs F J L Cloud left Monday bier a visit to Cincinnati John H Stuart and wife gone to Danville IMr John JlIoHenr of Louis was in the city Thursday Col W A Young of Morehoad was in the city Thursday MrClnyH Hatohitt ofd New town was in the city this week Col W P Walton of Lexington sln the city Wednesday Hon E L Worthington of Mays vllle was here on Wednesday Mr Mason P Brown went to Owen county on Wednesday night Mr Claude S Hazelrigg ofj Mt Sterling was here this week Mrs Frank Rogers visited relatives An Chicago Ills this week Dr Frank H Thompson visited in VQteiiilles this week Col Jns A Scott returned Tuos diy from Huntington W Vn lIon Roll K Hart of Flem ingsbuig was here Tuesday Miss Spicie Belle South is vislt Ing friends in Norfolk Va Hun Christian Stege of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday Miss Sarah Mahan returned Mon day from a visit to Mt Sterling Mr Win R Choato and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Lexington IJonrwith his brother Dr Win Kehr Miss Henton Thomson returned Monday from a visit to friends in Lexington Mis Jas T Buford has returned Iron a visit to friends in Henry county Miss Mary C Crowmell of Fay ette county visited Mrs Geo A Lewis 821 Second street this week Mr W J Roberts and wife left uptSunday in Louisville the guest of relatives t Mr J B Lewis and daughter Miss Margaret spent Sunday with L relatives In Versailles Col Jas McAuliiie of the K D 4 W H Co left Monday for Mich Jgan to recuperate Mr A A Bailey and wife of ZBagriad were visitors here this r week Mrs F V Gray and daughter jf Miss Mary left Tuesday for Besse mer Ala Capt S T Leavy commercial man for the Frankfort Chair Co was at home this week Mr Matt J Hot of Louisville attended the courts here on Tues day Misses Emily and Anne Thomas are visiting friends in Baltimore Md Col Bennett H Young of Louis villa was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week ChcinIMarshall this week Mrs Bottle Wilcoxson of Midway was the guest of her daugh ter Mrs H H Roberts this week Here is our oreat offer OFFERY 11Vi3000 of goods we nive you ABSOLUTELY FREE a Grnphophone and with every additional 500 worth we give TREE n Busy Ben Gold Record notid for fullness of tone anti sweetness of music We reserve the right to discontinjw this great offer June 1st We want you to call and inspect our full line of New Spring Novelties in all departments Mens and Boys High Grade Clothing Furnishings Shoes Hats 7L All uptodate styles and fabrics Prices right at our store Get the habit of wearing our clothes It is a good habit and wears well IIMrs Jas R Thomson was the guest of her father Hon Thos W Scott near Woodlake on Saturday Dr U V Williams attended the Ky Midland Medical Association at Versailles on Friday Capt W F Dandridge and wife are visiting their daughter in Washington City Mrs Nannie R Duvall left Wednesday for Pitfcsburg Penn to visit friends Judge T R MoBeath returned from a visit to Leitchfield Friday nightJudge John F Hager of Ash linnet was in attendance upon the courts here this week Mrs WaltT Kelly of Hopkins villa was the guest of relatives here this wool Mr R S Crawford of Williams burg was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals hero this week Rev McClusky Blayney D D attended the Presbytery in Louisville this week Mr Albert H McClure and wife visited relatives in Louisville Tues dayCol John B Thompson of Har rodsburg was in attendance upon the court here this week Mr W H Wadsworth and Mr A E Cole of MaysvIIIe attended the courts here Hon E W Hines of Louisville was in the city in attendance upon tho courts this week Col Con McCarty returned Thursday night from a business trip to Chattanooga Tenn Mr Russell S Penn of George town College visited his Mr Si Penn and wife pnrJntsland Sunday Miss Rebecca Johnson been very ill had gone to Louisville to visit Mrs W D Roy and to recuperate for a wiiile Mr J M McChesney and wife of Livingston county are guests of their son Mr H V McChesnoy this week Mrs Jos N Bell and children of Washington City who have been Here for a wool left Monday for her old homo in Sholbyville Rev Win Crowe attended the Louisville Presbytery of the South ern Presbyterian Church in Louis yule this week Mr H R Prewitt State Insur ance Commissioner has returned from a visit to his old home in Mt SterlingCol A Soott left Sunday for Huntington W Va to attend a session of the U S Court in that city MIP Julia Thompson of Rock Island Ills was the guest of her soninlaw Capt Theodore Wylie this week Miss Sue Overton who has been visiting her sister Mrs C C Cal houn in Washington City hiss re turned home Miss Annie Allen Davies of Fort Thomas who has been the guest of Mrs J O A Vaught has returned home Mr Walter Crady returned from Buffalo Larue county on Monday where he was called by the illness and death of his wife Mr Owen D Thomas and Dr Jas T Elliott of Lebanon were guests of relatives here on Tues day and made us a pleasant call Mr Dudley Llndsey of Owens boro was the guest of his father Mr John B Lindsey on Sunday and Monday Mr Nat R Stephens of Cincin nati who lure been the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr Win R Choate and wife has returned home Mr T M Fleming former pro prietor of the Fleming Hotel but now of Fleming county was hero Tuesday i tf The confident feeling that your dinner table perfectly correct in its appointments can be m if you have a service of 1835 R Silver Plate Mrs Rorers illustrated book How to Set the TableI is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERTJ Mrs Aubrey Fishhnck of Louisville wus the guest nl her nisl r Mrs H H Roberts a away street this well Miss Gladys Rodman and Miss Natalie Martin tif Ashland Sent inary Versailles are at home EasterDr IOfII S Maniini stud Dr J B Marvin of Louisville passed through this city un Thursday in automobileMr Lindsey Jr ofI Mississippi vas the guest ot his father Mr John B Limlsey Sr Sunday and Monday Messrs John P Han toy W B OConnel and John PlIwtr at tended the of u Iotlgo of Knights oMJolumbiiH ut Somerset on Sunday Mr J 8 Crutohfleld wife and children of Plttishiiru Penn were guests of her parents Mr A Pil kinuton and wife Campbell street this weult Judge J S Phelps of Fayette LegIsllnrllPqualizalion spent Saturday in this city Mr W H Walts and his stall of solicitors attended tits mooting of General Superintendents of the Purdential Insurance Co in Lox ill ton Saturday Master Marshall B Adams loft Thursday for Mason county to visit his grandparents Mr A K Marshall and wife in Musou county 1 l i When you build a house dont use green lumber Our LUMBER is seasonedHammond 6 CO cityhasplaco s engineer on the steamer Helen Gould whit h runs from Louisville to Look No1 Kentucky riverMr John B Didyen Sr wife and daughter Mrs E Church nighttromlum and wife nee Kittle Dryden at Dayton Ohio Judge T J Ballard Mr J P McWilliams Mr Chris Lillard Mr John E Cook Dr C A Leathers and Dr G D Lillard of Lawrence hung attended the meeting of Frankfort Commandory No4 on Thursday night FULL OF TRAGIC MEANING Are these lines from J H Sim moos of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his ter rible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I hud a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which comJlotely cured me In stantly r peripa leltlv cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneumonia At all druggists guarantee Jj 50o and 100 Tiial bottle f- reeiiiiiiiii AND THE II I II FOR BIG l Moulded always organization CURE LUNGS c Kings fl1 WITHHow Discoleryt OLDS Price 1 GOcSlOO IFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for allwTHROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 1tv BOUGHT LOTS Mr Frank Chinn has purchased if of Mr John W Rodman a lot onrShelby street to which he willJmove his dwelling house which is now on the ground sold to the State for Capitol grounds Price private Mr Wm Cromwell has pur chased from Mr John W Rodman a small strip of ground to the rear of his lot on Shelby street which will square his lot out it having been V shaped before Price private Diptheria sore throat Instant relief permanent curetDr Thomas Eclectric Oil At any drug storejfi Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrrop purifies the blood Cerate heal skin ernptloafc For the Roundabout QUANTILLTS- t Open an apple a fow seed find thee Then open one of them what do you sontOnly a tiny bit of white paste there And yet it is the germ of a groat tree There is an insect in Oceans do = YwWhich 1i scarcely SOOI Aid yet scientists say it is very They rear Islands from depths of tsea th6JiWhen I have strayed along sloping bench often how small a IIve grain oftUnrl5iJJqthoyAn4 form the great oceans un ending strand t l Then iii the desert where the erceiiwinds sweep 4iA little thing stops on its bosom lhare And kthoUntil in time you find a moun Ituln there t Just a drop of dew in the early l r lnornrShining on the bosom of a flower When touched by suns rays it IB gone s To become part of a refreshing i shower A pool of water just a foot or two Lying still with Its bosom bare In its depths can be soon It is trueytitThe expanse of the sky there AMIGO Ni Frankfort April 16 t CASTORIAFor t11If Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SiiUature of v ii QMYX110SN lir I tNARRIEDJONES KENNEDY At the residence of the brides father Mr J L on the West Side on Wednesday afternoon Mr Chas C Jones of Newport and Miss Ida Kennedy were mar- i ried by Rev M B Adams of the l FFirst Baptist Church Mr Jones is a popular and in dustrious young man now located r at Eddyville His bride is one of the handsomest and most uni versally beloved young ladies who ever lived in this city not only for her beauty of person but for the gentleness and purity of her every day Mr Jones has won a rare prize in his life partner and we extend to him our warmest congratula tions Fino Hehd Lettuce Telephone u No J66i R 83tf NEWSPAPER SOLD Our neighbor of the Kentucky Journal was purchased by Col W P Walton of Lexington on Wed nesday last Col Walton will take charge on Monday next week The company was capitalized at 5000 and Col Walton all the stock Whether Col Walton will retain any of the Journal force of editors and reporters we have pot learned ENGINE BROKE DOWN The eastbound C Q train on Thursday night was dt1l yed some two hours by the breaking of a wheel on the engine FINE SERMONS AND GOOD ATTENDANCE The mission being conducted at the Church of the Ascension by Rev John R Matthews A M is well attended and the sermons are goodfof DONT BORROW TROUBLE It is n bad habit to borrow any thing but the worst thing can possibly borrow is k When sick sore heavytroubleI and worn out by the poisons of dyspepsia biliousness inIternnland brood over your symptoms r but fly for relief to Electric Bit terseHere you will find sure and w permanent forgetfulness ofaU your troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At all druggists Price 60o Guaranteed I We glue prettier styles and no more cost FACTS WEIGH MORE THAN WORDS It is the wearing that proves a garment We have the kind that stands the test of service and embody all the style requirements 1298 for Taffeta Silk Coat or Shirt Waist Suit in Blue Black or Brown finely tailored worth 15 to 18 A real bargain right in the begining of the season 1875 for Panama Mohair or Silk Suits very nobby styles worth 25 to 28 439 Strapped Covert Jacket Just the thing for cool days all summer 739 Black Cloth or Tan Covert Jackets nice material silk lined very special offering FASHIONABLE SILKS Are what we show you and at values that are made under the market today 50c Plain Colors and neat Effects 79c High Class Patterns and Weaves FOREIGN MOHAIRS And Wash Rress Goods are especial points with us We bought them early and secured exclusive designs at prices lower than those ruling today Mohair at 39c 50c 75c and 100 15c and 25c for values in solid or Fancy Effects MENS SHIRTING We make a specialty of material suitable for mens shirts 8 13c Cheviot heavy and strong good colors 12 12c Madras with white ground neat stripes and figures These are extremely desirable TrIrI DEATHS ALVESIn New York City on Sunday Mrs May Gibbons Alves wife of Mr Gaston M Alves of Henderson aged shout 45 years as the result of an operation Mrs Alves was the cousin of Miss Florence Barrett and Messrs Guy and Paul Barrett of this city and was raised here by her aunt Mrs D C Barrett She was very much beloved by all who knew her She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her deathIThe funeral and burial took place in Henderson on Tuesday WON A NAME OF FAME DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain harmless and gentle action yetI the bowels and liver They no equal for billiousness pation etc They do not weaken make prejferARM BROKEN While at work at paper hanging in the residence of John D Griffin on Wednesday Mr John Merchant had tim misfortune to fall and break his arm Surgical attention was rendered promptly SINGULAR FIRE The contractor for the stone work of the big Rogers building on St Clair street had a lot of lime barrels piled up in the street After tim honvlrain of yesterday morning wet and com menced to slack setting fire to the barrels and to a lot of planks on top and a furious Ore accrued the blaze reaching ten or fifteen feet hiIIIIt is supposed that the water backed up under the barrels until it reached the lime inside and thusI started the fire about 520 Chief Taylor of the fire depart ment took some small hose to the place and extinguished the flames although the lime continued to slack and swell for some hoursI ca 9RXJean the ilIia TO REMAIN IN WASHINGTON prJ1 Mr Harry Glavonolli late vats secretary to Commissioner John W Yerkos will remain in Washington City as Chief uf tho Stamp Division of tho Internal Revenue Department at 2250 salary W S FARMER BIRTHS IBEDFORDIn this city on Tuesday to Mr limos Bedford and wife a daughter Sidney AyresLEWISIn Louisville on Sun lay April 10 to Mr Geo W Lewis Jr and wife nee Julia B Hodges a son Albert Hodges BACONOn Sunday in this city to Mr Harry Bacon and wife a laughterHannahDr Purifies the blood t Cerate ointment for the ilda BADLY HURT While at work nt the O F C Distillery of the Geo T Stagp Co on Wednesday Mr True had the misfortune to be caught by a flying shaft and to be pretty badly bruised up BADLY DAMAGED The G G Fetter Co Public Printers of Louisville had their badly damaged bv fire Thursday morning last The iosR was some 60000 whioh we are glad td learn was fully covered by insurance We regret to learn of this mishap to our frlonds and tender them our sincere sympathy WEDNESDAY EVENINGS BLAZE An alarm from box 16 called the fire boys to the residence of Mr Geo Bockett on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Main streets South Side where a spark from a chimney had been blown upon the roof causing a small blaze It was quickly extin guished with some 25 loss The building is the property of Mrs Hugh R Ayres of Louisville BUYS MACKLIN LOT Mr R J Lynch has purchased the Maoklin lot adjoining the F C R R yards and will erect his marble works thereon- ASSIGNED Brewer Bros the South Side grocers have nmdo an assignment for the benefit of creditors Mr L B Marshall is the assignee GRAND JURY REPORT The grand jury has mndo its final report and has adjourned It ac complished a very large amount of work It has a very severe arraign ment of the City Sinking Fund Commissions way of doing busi ness tj OLD TAYTiT TILE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY t E K TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietor i rFrankfort Kentucky The Lilly Brand 25c for Corset Covers 50c for Gowns Others equally as MERODE KNIT UNDERWEAR Have no equal 25c summer weight Long Sleeve Vest 25c Swiss Rib Knit wide Knee Rrawers 50c Swiss Rib Knit Union Suit wide Knee Lace Trimmed 75c and 100 Union Suits open mesh fine quality SPRING CLEANING TIME Is here and every housekeeper has her mind centered on brightening up the home we can help you with beautiful new patterns In house furnishings CARPETS OR RUGS With Ingrain Tapestry Velvets or Axmlnsetr all Wool Ingrain 50c Some extra values in Best Axmlnsters 9 by 12 Room size Matting Rugs 800- CURTAINS 1Dotted Muslin Ruflied Curtains 125 to 200 Muslin Ruffle Curtains in beautiful Patterns 150 for inch Lace Curtains extra value Others 2 to 10 INDIGESTIONS RECORD The best I can prescribe for your in dlgestlon1madam is Greens August Flower now other physicians Who prescribe it regularly qIndigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest qYou read in the papers daily of apparently healthy and even robust men being indigestionafterdying in cases before a physician could be called in CJThis should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower be fore or after their meals thty would not seizuresQAugustcreating uptheqTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists COUNTRY FIRE A frame house occupied by a col ored man by the name of Grovor Major located at Hoge Station on the L N R R three nr d a half milps from the city on the Ver sailles pike was destroyed by fire on Thursday morning A YEAR IN COLLEGE 200 cash or a year in College can he quickly earned by one young duringthefere with other employment and student nan soled school State name of institution you wish to attend No re qulrpdICentralia 834r IoI ODD FELL tSARY Frankfort Lodge No 28 O O F will celebrate the SBth anniver Fart of the order on Wednesday IlaptistChnrehBro M B Aduius All memheis of the order requested to meetat Odd Fellows Hull at 7 oclock p m W H PYIH rAN N G E WO IF Sewtnrv EASTER ENTERTAINMENT The Kings Daughters Circle at Forks of Elkhorn will give an Eustcr Entertainment at their cot tace April 25th in the afternoon from oclock to fl p III They will have a bazaar All kinds of fancy articles for sale Will servo chocolate and wafers during after noon In the evening a full supper consisting of ham sandwiches cro qiittttes hcmten biscuits piitkle salad dressed eggs and coffee all for 25 oontK Thou ices and extra 15 cents Music will cukeI free attraction all during the evening A special feature for the chil Iron will bo a Jackie Horner Pie many older people will enjoy specialinvitationforget the time April 25 Tuesday KingsDnulhtars j i l New BeltsI IMUSLIN CLOSE SHAVE As Mr B Todd Crutcher of this oHico was coming into the city on Thursday morning on his bicycle the machine gave way without any warning and landed Mr Crutohtr in the pike Luckily no bones were broken and he only had one land and an elbow skinned upIt was a close dill BADLY BRUISED AND SHAKEN UP While coming in from the country on Wednesday night Mr Wal tor A Roberts of this office had the misfortune to have a cow who 4 was lying down in the road jump up just in front of his wheelonus ing him to be thrown head over heels to the pike Mr Roberts had the skin taken off of his arms legs and hips and upItno bones were broken 1Laxativethe remedy that cures a cold ta WM Amy SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED One of the most complete of the new enterprises in our city is the bottling house of Messrs Coleman McKeever on St Clair street where their maoninery for bottling all kinds of refreshing mineral uptodateThese gentlemen use only the hARt and purest goods from which to manufacture SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation f bad breath general debility sour ris logs and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery represents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT jStrengtbBottles only 100 Size holding 2K times tho trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by X 0 DoWitt b Chicago poj For sale by J W Gayle drug gist C ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR i l 1jl i iIiTneFcarlkfandouadab Jut li I Entered nt the postollleo at Frankfort Ken ttuk as secondclass nmilnble mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub t FRANKFORT APRIL 22 1905 SUNDAYS BLIZZARD When our citizens awoke on Sunday morning they were fgreeted with n snow storm of moderate dimensions but which ceased between 0 and 7 oclock k 1ibut about 780 oVlock the clouds f r gathered so thickly that it became very dark and it was necessary to light the gas in order to see Then the snow came in a veritable blizzard so thick that it was impossible to see across YalmostI it Luckily it only con rJ tinued for about half an hour but being a very wet snow it had become about an inch thick on the houses and the ground Soon alter the clouds were L driven away and the sun shone out clear and warm and the U beautiful disappeared as if by magicBy 10 oclock a furious wind arose and blew the whole day through only lulling after night fallThe weather was pretty cold and great fears were felt for the safety of the fruit and early gardens but the clouds remained most of the night and no frost fell It remained quite cool for a day or so but those who know say that no material damage was done in this immediate section al perithere would be an of fruit left Dr W Mrer i Syrup Mid Cerate MfBltmtawt for blood tad aide dIMueI CITIZENYPASSES AWAY After a long illness Mr Lew G Choate proprietor of the passedtaged a t years y Mr Oho e was a quiet relying but industrious etiter prising business man Possessed of a splendid physique and iron 4 constitution be withstood the ravages of disease with marvelous 1f tenacity He had been engaged in the planing mill business for a num ber of years and until forced to yield to disease still prosecuted it He leaves a wife and six chil dren besides a wide circle of friends to mourn the loss of a tender and loving father a de 1voted husband and an upright man Mr Choate was a member of the Maccabees The funeral services were con ducted by RPV J 0 Vaught his pastor from the Methodist church of which he wan a member at 11 a m on yesterday If a Cow gavel- Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk Is Na tures emulsionbutter put in shape for digestion Cod liver oil is ex tremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the t oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi t cine in the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409416 Pearl Street New York 600 and 100 All druggists Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was cured of heart trouble by Jour Heart Cure and Nerv ine and am just as sound as a dollar in that For several years I had Breathinghadshort pains about the heart sometimes- accOiDpame with utterinRwould make me feel faint nnd lan excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after tryi g many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief I was induced to ive your remedies a trial I was relieved the second day and after taking three or four bottles all neversowedKIKACOPE Chincoteague Va There are many symptoms of heart disease which so cI of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the kidneys liver or lungs become affected Again the symptoms be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily excitable and to worry cause If have the least suspicion that heart is weak study and begin the use of Dr Miles Heart Curetthe great heArt and blood tonic a a daisy AU druggists sell and ruarantcc first bet tie Dr Miles Remedies Send r free book ea Nervous and Heart Diseases Addran- Pr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad BUSY LIFE ENDS On Wednesday morning at 9 oclock Mr 0 Lutkemeier the stirring and enterprising dry goods merchant answered the last summons after several weeks yearsMr to this city direct from Germany some 88 years ago He was an allaround business man and gentleman and had maden host of friends by his probity and sterling worth He had been in business in the building he occupied at the time of his death 28 years and had stood deservedly He had served as a City Councilman and as a member of the Board of Education being the Secretary of that body at the time of his departure He leaves a wife and seven obi dren Copt Wm C Jrit John Harry Eva Florence and Carrie one sister and a large circle of friends to mourn his deathBy frugality and industry he had earned a competence The funeral services were con ducted byRev Father T S Major from the Church of the Good Shepherd yesterday afternoon at 8 oclock and were largely at tendedThe interment was in the Cath olic Cemetery A NEW DEPOT ASSURED The plans for the new union depot have been drawn by the architects of the L N R R Co and will be submitted to the City Council on Monday night next They are said to comprise n very handsome and commodiousI building which will t the city and the road WILL GIVE A BAZAARI The Christian Endeavor Society of the First Presbyterian Church will give a Bazaar on Friday May 5th in the lecture room of that church The admission will be 10 cents ices and cakes 25 cents td NARROW ESCAPE While Mr J L Wesson was driving his twohorse team around the boulevard on Tuesday the horses became unmanageable and backed over the bank near the Devils Hollow bridge Mr Wesson was considerably bruised and shaken up the horses were likewise bruised andcut about the legs and the wagon smashedIt a lucky escape for Mr Wasson The little folks love Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup Pleasant to take prefectly harmless positive cure for coughs colds bronchitis nsthma t WAYSIDE TALES Wayside Tales for April has an unusually bright and attractive cover one that is also truly significant of the editorial policy of the magazine Real Life and News in Story Form One seems to bo looking through two gothic cathedral windows through one of which is seen a solemn brown monkwith cross and cowl whie through the other peers a grinning jester in motley garb nnd cap and hellsTho whole is of course typical of the two side of life the comic and the serious the livery andthe severe nnd the contents of tie magazine are about equal y divided between the two For serious minded there is nn tlwI article on The Religion of cracy by Mnrgueirte Warren Springer Chief Francis ONeill writes of What Science has Done for the Police and Gertrude M Murdock contributes a sensational article on The School Boards and the School Book Trust On the other hand there is a delightful story by George Elmer McCol lough A Tramps Last Ditch and one by Julia Truitt Bishop A Dead Rose Major Ennis con tinues his amusing tales of army life and Snifsky the irresistible gives his impressions of the thea tres of New York and Chicago On all stands lOc The April number of Wayside Tales just out is profusely and beautifully illustrated The orig inal Aubrey Beardsley drawings- arA with Oscar Wildes Salomewith is continued in this issue and the fiction is illus rated by Earl Shearer and other leading artists The short stories this month are unusually clever particularly A Dead Rose by Julia Truitt Bishop U A Tramps Last Ditch tt by George Elmer McCollough and IPearlA Story of the Occult by T A Bland For the serious minded there are a number of able and scholarly articles by fpremost thinkers and writers of the day and Lewis Worthington Smiths beautiful Night and the Crowd ii a lit erary gem of the first water At all stands lOo t1 07R 1 IrDIinid11 AlSli Mtldt THANKS Dr U V Williams who at tended the Natiqnal Tuberculosis Congress at Atlanta Ga has placed us under obligations for a file of late Atlanta papers containing a report of the Conven tion and also several pictures of leading physicians in attendance among them being that of our genial friend Dr Williams read a paper on Tuesday upon the theme Hereditary Consumption which was very highly commended by his brethren of the fraternity and regarded aa a very strong presen tation of the subject The please accept our thanks for his thoughtful re membranceDr was elected First Vice President and was also ap pointed on the Committee on Resolutioup on Creed an on- AntiSuberculosio Literature IBUSINESS CHANGES J R Thomson Co IMessrs their livery stable op- Capital Hotel on Main street to Messrs Scott Bros who have taken possession- Mr Thomas Robb the colored undertaker has purchased the livery stable of Messrs Scott Bros on Clinton street and hrs taken possession IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI sending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion tlonllltrlcUoon6dentfal quickly nn Is P t Cjomnjunlea sent free 014eet agency for securing pateuta- Patents taken rou h Munn Co receive t o charge inthe Scientific flimricaii handsomely Dlnrtratefl weekly Tersest circulation of any scientific journal Terme3aa- arrfourmontha51i Sold by all newsdealer YorkBranch ftn TI Pleasant to take Il LaxativeISyrupiNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits ana their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better that any other you have tried lr ALL DRUGGISTS 25o AND SOc PER BOTTLE i jfj NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO f1 GI 1hazeh t k Windows i tfiI zt 1 i t I have an immense stock of GLASS all sizes and niinterest you a3 to price and quantity tfi I1l FRANK GI STAGG I IHardware Paints Oils Etc i8 i LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY r LOCALTME TABLEr 1 EFFEO1IVE OCT 16 loottjEASTBOUND IDally A M Leave No4 Daily Ex Sun Leave DallyEx LI Stations MbI n nu StationsNo No1 DallEx d eMJ Nob fBxsna HIP M riIIIA 226 745 0 Lexington 0 1010 606 iJI 810 20 Winchester 20 928 I 090 856 8211I 40 Olt 887 481- 40G it44 Stanton 44 828 480 485 Natural Bridge 449 1008 Torrent 02 801I 401l61 1029 170 Beattyvillo Junction 70 615 1180 Jackson 94 625 l f itlocalR y Trains and 8 connect with the 0 O By at L E Junction for alt Sterling and local station- J B BARB OHABLK8 SCOTT General Manager apA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY I Mls Ex BUDdI 83 Ex Sund J INo as tor l Kia r A M Lye P M Lye1AM Ar PM Ar Cpl tA Ie o 900 880 11ai 0 l 5280 O K Junction 885 1128 168 Wilhnrst 417 1162 is 848I 162 Hampton 480 Il118 18 jJZ1L eNos and 22 will make close connection at 0 a S Junction with Nos 8 points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayL CONLEY8uperlntendent 1t Easter News fTheNew Silk Suits We have received at 9 10 12 15 Are rapid sellers We have all colors and Blacks jtfe- wDress Skirts I 4567-Blue Tan Brown Grey and t Black i I t SOUTHERN BAPTIST CON VENTIONi1 t For the convenience and com fort of delegatfts and visitors to tiI the Southern Baptist Convention L which meets in Kansas City Mo May l17th the Southern Rail i way haw madH arrangements to run Special Pullman Sleepers 1through to Kansas City without change leaving Louisville 1015 po m Tuesday May 9th and it as expected that a will also be run from leaving that point at LexingtonI Following is a partial who will be in the party Dr Carter Helm Jones Dr GeoE Gates Dr E Y Mulling Dr W W Hamilton Dr J R Sampey Dr J B Marvin Dr Geo Clark Dr T J Watts Mrs S F Woody Representative Womans Missionary Union Lou dsville Dr Preston Blake Dr W P Hines Dr W H Felix Capt J R Howard Lexington Dr J J Taylor Rev G W Angabrite Georgetown Rev T H Plentmr Gynthiana DrB Bailey J A Middletoh Shel A cdrdiaHnvitation is extended to all who may be going to Kan 8as City to the Convention or to visit friends to join this party In case there is a sufficient Dumber not desiring sleeping car ac recliningii though without change to Kansas City These arrangements will afford members of this party Avery comfort and convenience hand will make unnecessary any change of gars en route The route will be via the South i ern Railway to St Louis and thence via the Missouri Pacific StIj consolidated with those carrying i tho Ton nessee delegation headed by Dr Lansing Burrows of Nash ville and the entire train will 4then be handled by special service City making but few stops This train the Southern t Baptist Special will leave St Louis at 980 a m and arrive at Kansas Cltvat 545 p m thus making a daylight run through thermac rivers passing through Jeffer son City the Capitol Sedalia Warrensburg and other thriving cities of the great State jtf A rate of one fare plus fiftv 50 rcents for the round trip will be made rate from Louisville being JI 31000 Tickets will be sold May 7th to t llth inclusive with return lim k ited to May 28d A fee of 25 iCents will be charged for vali I CityA be 1j permitted on return trip within limit by deposit of ticket with Joint Agent Union Station t St Louis immediately upon arrival and payment of fee of fifty 50 cents to enable you to attend the National Baptist Anni r versary May lfl24th J1i Persons desiring to join this f party should make application accompanied by remittance for cNt space in to H 0 King City Ticket Agent Southern Ry Lexington Ky or A R Cook I City Ticket Agent Southern Ry 284 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky ORAS J WEITZEISuccessor to Weltzel ODonnell who will acknowledge receipt and advise promptly location of berth Rate for double berth from Lex ington to Kansas City 850 from Louisville if8X0 28tMay 10 A SPLENDID FIELD Among the famous races which will be run at Lexington during the spring meeting May 8d to interestingliB oonItestedSouth Broomstick winner of the Brighton Handicap last year and the holder of the worlds record for a mile and a quarter AlanaDale the horse entitled to the present worlds record at a mile Colonial Girl winner of the Fifty Thousand Dollar Worlds EnglishLadthe West last year Woodson and Rap Wator respectively second Derbylast7eartwo years ago with Waterboy the best horse is America Dick Welles holder of the worlds record at a mile Bad News sec Handicaplast BurleighPriesothers scarcely less famous are all eligible to this great stake But splendid as is this list it does not outclass the fields eligible to the other stakes during the Lexington meeting That meeting promises to be from every standpoint the best race mooting ever held in the South and the people in central Kentucky will doubtless lend it large patronage Reduced rates will be offered on all railroads Now good digestion waits on appetite and health on both If it doesnt try Burdock Blood Bitters DOING FINE WORK Judge W L Jett has secured pay for Confederate soldiers and their widows for horses taken from them after surrender and in violation of the terms agreed upon be tween Generals Grant and Lee as follows James Downey Harp Ky 185 A A Bailey Pius Pulliam and Thompson Scroggin Bagdad Ky 185 each Sonni Rucker Clayvillage Ky Sallie Gordon Baileys Mill 185I Wra H Harper Polsgrove Ky 185 Sum Robinson and D B Worsham Confederate Home 185 each and W A Smoot Fal lis Ky 185 Judge Jett has heretofore secured pay for nine horses and has sixteen claims pending NEW CURE FOR CANCER All surface cancers are now known to he curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duffiold Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens 11itall druggists EXCURSION TO LOUISVILLE TOMORROW The L N Railroad Co will run the first excursion train of the baseball season tomorrow Sunday at the low rate of for the round trip The train will leave this city at 755 a m will reach Louisville at 1000 a m Returning will leave Louisville at 600 p m The game of baseball will be between the Louisville and the ICECILIAN CONCERT 1The Ladies Committee of the- Y M C A has completed arrangements with Mr S 11 Frenkel to give a Cecilian Concert here on Thursday night April 27 at the Opera House Admission 25o to any part of the house and no reserved seats 882t READ IT Jn another column Mr Chas M Bridgeford gives notice of his business This is the season for the work he canjand does do well His prices are reasonable and satisfaction assured Give him a call- S NOW IN CALIFORNIA We learn from a letter received froM him that Mr A G Morris Chip and family have moved from Walters Oklahoma to Buena Park Cal which is only eight miles from the Pacific Ocean and 20 miles out of Los Angeles Cal They are nicely and comfortably located and send their regards to all their friends in the old home town- EFFICIENT OFFICER AND SPLENDID GENTLE MAN DIESI Ve regret exceedingly to an nounce that Hon Edward Daum- Commonwealths Attorney of Ma sonBracken Judicial District died at his home in Brooksville on FridnyIMr Damn was an efficient officer and an allaround gentle man He possesses the distinction of never having been defeated for any office for which he offered Ho was elected State Senator and Commonwealths Attorney several times in districts in which his party wits in a large minorityJ ALL THE MONEY IN CALI FORNIAI Is not from its gold fields Fortunes are made from the wheat and the fruit tarms Why not investigate the chances there Tickets 88 Chicago to California via Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and dnilyMnrchfor double berth7 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara or Sacramento Tourist folder with complete information sent free on request F A AgentChicagoBroadway New York ANOTHER MAN LOSES OUT On Friday afternoon Judge R L Stout made the same ruling in the LucasBridges suit over the Democratic nomination for Jailer that he did in the TnyJorJohlJ n case and that was that he did not areIcountwas at once taken Dr Weareci Tret neal Syrup forth blood oerete tor akin ervpu NEAT AND TASTEFUL IM PROVEMENT Under orders from Adjutant surroundingtheraced and the front of same sod ded together with other improvements We are glad to note this and would suggest that if the building itself should be restored betterIT ANKSIWe have be p ligatiolTa to ourfriend Mr J H Culter who is now stopping at the Hotel Manhattan Pensacola Fla for a file of recent Pensa cola papers He will please accept our thanks DO IT TODAY injusotfonNeveryou can do today It is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse adI thatIwith which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps remedyIthirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect n cure as it has done bolero in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 76o At drugigsts lyreI 1805 SAVANNAH AND RE TURN8080 FT WORTH AND RETURNVIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale from George town to Savannah May 18th and with final limit May 26th privilege of extension to June 15 1905 To Ft Worth May 16th and 17th with final of May 81st Ask ticket agent for particulars DoWltts Witch zsl Salve For Puts Burn vorofe FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIALS Naional Baptist Anniversaries- St Louis Mo May 16th24th 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 80tdI Easter NewsJtJ i The New t Tan Hose For Ladies Missc sand Chil drens Drop Stitch and Plain at 15c 25c and 50c are thq makesGordon Dye i and Y S FiNew Ribbons A 11colorsall SilkJI No 40 at lOc per yard iJ IWhen you are asked brands of what do they Iflour when they say i this sack and try it its just as good as J EM Why experi ment You know what you get when you buy J E M Experimenting means trouble 1 E MfSold only by Grocers Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 61tf IIeI had a runping itching sow on my leg Suffered tortures Downs Ointment tookaway the burning and and quickIeffected permanent cure C W Lenhart Bowling Green 0 FRANKFORT 4 CINCINNATI RY SPECIAL RATES Grand Commandery Kni Templar of RichmondY Ky May 2427th One and one tripDateslimit May 27ISAML E JG81td One Minute Cough Gup For Coughs Colds and Croup t Queen and Crescent RouteJbrk snoitest Route AND I Quickest Scnedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN ZOR CINCINNATI CHATTANOOG ATLANTAjSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter CeEe GLflBKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky r rgi L u I1 Jlf1u k ATXEINTIO1N iNitr Strongest in the- World Main St Both Phones TAU BETA PI The Alpha of Tau Beta Pi will with a supper this evening at in honor oft the four new members to be taken 4 into the ranks those who have gained honor marks in the State College at the lust W F F C Mahan A T Lewis D B Bryan and will in 06 This is a strictly those can win who make this honor in their classes For the event of this the most odd and menu cards have been They are in design of the badge of the Tau Beta Pi were made at State College in the artistic t style and consist of four leaves fastened with an eyelet Oh the front leaf is h Alpha of April 14 1905 on the second The Anderson J P Brooks J R Johnson J T Faig A M Wilson T W Freeman A Akin C W Ham J F Shipp L E Baum L Dietrich E B Stiles H L Prather JM Coons C Kelly H M Vest C A M W Powell HNWood R Wiley W F F C Mahan A T Lewis D B Bryan on the third The Feast Tomato Bouilion Wafers Fillet of Beef Poatoes in Hot Rolls Chicken Salad on Lettuce Leaf Toasted Crackers Cream Cakes Coffee Cigars The last leaf has the toast pro gram as Flow A M Wilson Tan Beta Pi T Faig the Passing Throng W E Freeman From the Junior Point a of View D B Bryan Knocks from the Broader- I View of a Senior KL Dietrich r1 Good Night With F Paul Anderson The Alpha of the Tau Beta Pi will give supper this at Hughes notice of which appears in another part of the paper This is one ot the most of the rater nities and to become a means quite a great deal to the student of Leader April 14 The above is one of interest in the fact that the stu dents who are selected by the faculty for to this fra ternity for honors alone two are county Wiley and Alex T Lewis This is a high and greatly r by the student body CITY SCHOOL CLOSED 1In respect to the memory of Mr W C member of the Board of Education the City Schools wore closed on t i Now is the time to do your We are sole f- oritsrerecSTEELWelded FBNOBFence for Field Farm Lawn and FIRE The Frankfort Driving Park was visited by a very destructive fire at 1280 oclock on night The stables wore in a furious blaze when the alarm was turned in which was done by a passing were beyond the city limits and away from the lines of water protection However when the alarm came from box 27 the de partment wont ot in the hopes of helping to save some of the build ings The stables alone were burned but there were surne four teen fine horses in training which wero making the loss a- very heavy one Owing to the very nature of the buildings and con tents it was to save any part the heat being too great to allow u near approach by the fire menThe flames soon burned by a little after oclock the strikeI out was Mr Railey Macey Is the trainer who had charge of the stables and trackIt to learn up to the hour we write to whom the horses destroyed belonged or whether there was any insurance however in such oases there is little or no insurance car ried Cure the cough and SavE the life Dr Woods Pine Syrup cures coughs and colds down to the very verge of cbrV NO4 K T ELECTS The wore on ensuing year John P Selbert Eminent Com Wylie D L Holland Captain Guard C M Lillard Jr Senior War Warden- F W Keyes Prelate r Robinson FarmerS tan dard Bearer G0 W Hutcheson Sword Bearer Thou A G Schaefer Sentinel THE HARGIS TRIAL The trial of Judge James Hargis county judge of Breathitt county for to cause the assas sination of James Uookrill was commenced on Monday last in the Fayette Circuit Court the jury having finally been obtained after great difficulty There are a number of very sensational things which have occurred during the work rhe evidence so far an hoard is of an and horrible char actor Whether however it onn be overcome by the defense is to SUITS TO LOTS The L N R R Co has filed suits to condemn the property of Miss Kate Sullivan and Mrs Iary Tobin on the corner of Ann and streets upon which to locate the nw Union Depot County Judge J H has Col Chas E Hope Mr W H Posey and Mr E M Wallace as the to assess the damages Steps at once be taken to execute the powers conferred New Psy apply the great basic Law of Sug gestion in the affairs of life I gestion is the points the way It is the in the world shows why some failand some succeed the Success if followed will turn sickness into health into and failure into brilliant success Why not read Why not the secret of deals with the of vital interest to mankind Rational Research Law of Auto f Mental Force And in general the of the New for Health and Success is a for thinkers for those who will not shy at an idea for those who do not use for those who wear no tag or brand or collar for those who want frcts Do you want to see a copy of a that is an of uch ideas Send a postal Drexel OR STOLEN There strayed or was stolen from my lot on Shelby street my yellow Jersey Cow on Tuesday night last She has some white on her body Was dun to calve that night web Halter on Large udder and was rather shy Suitable re ward will be paid for her return or by which can obtain hen FRANK OH INN 83tf ABOUT YOUR If your is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Cure digests what you eat cures and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach from the very day you begin tak ing it This is because it gets a rest and grows so strong and that it troubles you no more E L edies for but have found equal to Kodol Cure Kodol digests ing and all Stomach Its is the result of may years of research Sold by J W Gayle- v r u Conform- to We also Fertilizers for tobacco beds Tarpaulins for protecting crops Clover Timothy Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements IfI 307309 FRATERNITY Kentucky Fraternity entertain Hughes restaurant Engineering Department examinations Downing graduate engineering fraternity andonly membership Standing evening nttractive prepared blueprint together Kentucky FollowsF- P JarteuK fiW Downing Champaignon Dressing followsThe Toastmaster JWatching Reminiscences Kentuckyof Fraternity evening interesting member engineeringLexing- ton clipping admission Farnklin bQysR vrvery compliment Lutkemeler yusterday fencing agents Poultry P C SOWER CODESTRUCTIVE Thursday countrymanThe destroyed inflammable impossible soundedI impossible Generally Norway sumption FRANKFORT COMMANDERY OFFICERS following gentlemen ComImandery manderTheo Generalissimo denGuy BarrettJunior StaggTreasurerCharles HallWarder conspiring preliminary astounding overICONDEMN Broadway Pojscrove appointed commission ISUGGESTION hnppmessnnd everyday Howshall through autosuggestionI publication onlyI consistently despondency cheerfulness Suggestion understand VhyInow- Suggestion following subjects HealingNature Hygiene Psychic Advanced Thought Suggestion Suggestion Suggestive Therapeutics PsychologyMind MngnetismI principles Psychology Happiness Suggestion magazine predigested thought magazine exponent card4020 Boulevard Chicago STRAYED information FORGET STOMACH digestion nourished Dyspepsia indigestion recuperates gradually healthy saysIindigestion nothing Dyspepsia IndigestionDyspepsia Heartburn troubles preparation Value around have your Blue Kentucky 111 JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer The Pioneer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Dont forget the JOHN D RIB 216 St Clair St Frankfort 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 nay 1970 round trip 2485 El Paso Tex one way 2890 round trip 8680 San Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2580 One way colonist tickets will be sold at rates quoted above on March 21 and round trip Home seekers tickets on March 7thand 21st via Southern Railway Cor respondingly low rates to other points in the West and Southwest For maps folders and complete information call on T E Carr C T A Louisville Ky or ad dressT W Crews T P A Lexing ton Ky C H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky G B Allen A G P A St Louis Missouri td TRESPASSERS TAKE NOTICE This is to all persons that will make a charge of 100 per day to all persons fishing in my pond Trespassors will be prosecutedRICHARD MORRIS 824t SALE The ladies of the Methodist Church will have on sale today at the Collins building next door to on Main street pies cakes candy and other good thingsOpen all day THE RIGHT NAME IS DE WITT Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Ziokefoose Adolph W Va says My little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the most wonderful healing salve in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by J W Gayle rJ t Will the most uneven Frankfort t IQuality Dealer Whiskies place COLLkKentucky Cassells LOTS MORE LIKE IT it Plenty More Proof Like this and all From Fronkfoift People lNo chance for argument here tf No better proof can be had 1iIspeopleRead t We have lots more like itfColeman Cafr Janitor at the State House residence 441 Main Rrentbenefit f iKidney Pills For a long time I was embarrassed during the day and annoyed at night by the too r t1seoretionspounced my trouble diabetes ndj although they treated me I was 4ByDoans Kidney Pills qntf got a box at J W Gayles drug store On taking them only Q short time I felt great improvement and finally the whole trouble was te rImoved I also used Bonns Oint ment for Eczema which I had for a long time on one of my legs about the skin The constant irritation at times most drove me wild Despite tho use of prepara1tion after preparation nothing helped me until by good fortune f I heard of Doans Ointment and 1procured a box This remedy gave me quick and positive relief t rand proved satisfactory in respectvFor sale by all dealers Price 4 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for the United States iik Remember the name Doons and take no other f + CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR f op Wo are authorized to announce f Mr KENNER TAYLOR as aYJfrcandidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to tho action lof the Democratic party Elec 1t tion November 1005 20te HELLO STRANGER J fWhere Have You Been You Seem toy Be Loaded Down Why IIllvo you not hoard of Friend A John C Quires Store i You can got moro goods for a little i money than any where f Look at nil this Anybody 4 yonfHe 1tie about it Hurrah for the solfmadr a merchant Go to his store and you wiltt find what I tell you is the truth Good Goods Cheap For Oath 282m I f r- T S D JOHNSON 00m t l We take pleasure in announcing that Mrs Utterback the head of jJourdress making department has returned from New York and is prepared to show many beautiful French and New York designs f OUR SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENT Under the management of Miss Charlie Wilson Is now prepared ilwithan unusually beautiful assortment of designs and patterns for waists now so much worn Dont wait until you are sure you to give and order but come and lookWe take pleasure In l our beautiful and varied line of silks laces muslins fwant and silks r THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT JOHNSON HOGE wish to announce that the millinery depart ment will positively be closed out this spring REGARDLESS OF COST flowersawill find our milliner ready to give you prices over your last years hat IiYoucan get a felt hat so cheap you will save money by buying ready for next fall Ji S JOHNSON CO RELIGIOUS rFIRAT BAPTIST CHURCH Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Morning subject Repentance The Judgment and the Resurrec- tionf Evening subject The Moment After Death Sundayschool at 045 a m in I the chapel- Home Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton f Superintendent Adults and stran gers Invited to join Barraoa Biblu Class at 945 taught by the Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 080 p m Lender Thos Alexander Topic Tho Power of His Resur rectionPrayermeeting Wednesday even at 780 Visitors cordially invited Seats tree ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Clinn tee tor Sunday April 23 780 a m Holy Communion- 1100 Morning Prayer an J ser f mon Childrens service at 8 oclock 4m p m Prayer and sermon 4 p m Confirmation Instruction 980 Sundayschool- Rev John Matthews AM will preach each afternoon and evening of the week Those services are all open to the publicCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at lln m and 780 p m f Sundayschool at 080 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society will 680 p mILeaderblissMary Hamilton Topic The Power of His Recur Tootioti The Junior Society will moot on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in chapelEverybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERtAN IiCRURCHRev Win Crowe the j pastor will preach at 11 a in and t 780 in- Sundayschool at 980 a mIn Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermooting Wednesday even cloukt to attend n y CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomns S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m t High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev MoCluaky Bhiy ney D D the pastor will preach t 11 u m and 780 p m L Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at780 p m All young people are invited to attend iJMETHODIST OHURCHRov O A Vanght the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m Junior League at 8 p i- niSenior League at 7 p m Wednesdaykto at tend NORTH BENHON BAPTIST 5HURCHRov J J Taylor D D of Georgetown will preach at North Benson Baptist this county on the evening of day the 22d and the satnrISunday the 23d of this 1 1rtW Early Risers TIM fMMHM littfe pIMfc Easter Monday Salei tJYd If you come to our store you will be surprised at the prices which you can buy Silks and Suitings- A Silk sold tin world over at 125 to 150 strickly warranted and full 86 inches wide we place at 100 per yard Others in proportionIGinghams Madras and other Wash Goods was 122c1 and 15c per yard can be bought for lOc Our styles are the smartest and most uptodate Lace Curtains Lace Curtains 98c to 150 are beauties positively worth a great deal more Curtain Swisses lOc a yard and up both dots and stripes F J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORDDEALER Wall Paper Paints Oils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed SHlm rAPOliCY in THE EUUITABLE 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 t 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 K5 Wilson Manager Frank Ch Hutchison Local Representative LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver endingSaturdayAshley Nathan Hoothey Robert Brooks Mrs L Canada Mrs Irene Cleveland J E Graham A R Hall Miss Annie Hamilton W W Henderson Miss Mattye Loo Hughes Mrs G T Hutoheson Miss Alice Ring Mrs BeRsie Moore Mr and Mrs Elijah SPECIAL OFFER IN THE DRESSMAKING 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 butIcome and look We take pleasure in showing our beautiful and rare line of SILKS LACES MUSLINS EMBROIDERIES AND STOCKS OUR PRICES ARE ALL RIGHT BELOW WE QUOTE A FEW FOR YOU TO SEE Best Blue Print 4c Good Wide Brown Cotton 5c Yard Wide Bleached Cotton5cFelt Hats 19c Formerly 125 to 150 Felt Hats were 150 to 20025cStra-w Hats 25c Formerly 75 to 100 Flowers 15c a bunch were 35c Clarks Cotton3cPins Per Paper2cFlower-edRibbon D District Parhiun M 0 MaggiePrice HurryHoblnson Rogers J nines Sharp Hurry Slony Mrs B F Swiney Mrs B FIThonms Mrs J A Thomas Mrs B A Turner Mrs Goo O Wont John Willie Williams Charles Wilson Mrs W B lettersE 11I DRANE P M j j i j MAIN KY r I IHealth Insurance The time will come when there will be far less disease because ac tive measures will be taken to prevent it It is easier to prevent than to cure it costs far less and is more satisfactory in every way The best preven tative measure is to Use Disinfectants Freely about your premises especially at this time of the year We have all the best ones Can tell you what to use and when to use it I Ww GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky FREEA SIXPAGE CALENDAR WALL ATLAS Map of showing every Post olllee County It tilrond Railroad Sta tion nod River An alphabetical index locating towns and giving population and figures of latest ceusu Map of United States Map of Nicaragua and Panama Canal with reports of the Congressional com ittees Map of Eastern Hemisphere Map of Western Hemisphere Map of Japan Corea and Seat of Russo Japanese War Au Attractive Calendar for 1905 and tho Flags of nil Nations in colors 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consumer Liberal commis sion paid position permanent and profitable goods well known no money required territory protect ed established years capital t 20000000 highest bank and com mercial references Great Eastern Coffee Tea Co St Louis Mo 83lt Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville NoljLeavesD10 m 102LfANoI22Leam intermediateotown Hodgenville and Hopklnsville except no Sunday service to EUzabethtown and Hodges ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation No tile Leaves p m Arrives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodeenville except stutlonsjfHomeseekers Excursion to Michigan via Queen S CrAs1cent Route Tickets on sale April 18th May the 2d and 10th 1005 andIgreatly reduced rates to 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 N C Rinearson G P AM Cincinnati 0 ETWEENY LouisvilleAND TOCALIFORNIA ttANDr VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN fTATlON tCHICAGO JiltPBJaceE H BACON D P A it i 4 n Cor 4th and Market Sta LauiiT f tia oa1 y THE ROUNDABOUTS DE k PAYMENT OF HISTORY EDUCATION LITERATURE To be Carefully Read tend Considered r Ignorance is one of the hardest things with which to contend or strive against in this existence for it handicaps every hope every effort and even puts a stumbling block in the way of ambition but indolence is a greater evil A greater drawback to the boy or girl starting out in the race for s wealth happiness and knowledge All human experience testifies to the truth of the assertion that industry drives every aim and every aspiration to success The lives of our most renowned men and women the history of every great achievementin whatever field of labor proves that perse vering energy has been the secret of success Indolence is a con dition or a habit whatever one may call it that will dwarf the brightest intellect and paralize every effort or attempt to reach the highest attainment Indo lence may he a constitutional dis ability Some children but not many are born with a debilityor tired feeling once called lazi ness but such children are men tally as well as physically diseased and the ailment if not early arrested will in time become tohronic so fixed and habitual as the controlling element in the man It does not follow that a lazy boy will make a lazy man but I have never known an indolent man who had not been once upon a time nn idle careless indifferent indolent boy In most cases however indolence is the result of habit and th- efrwant of timely training in the 1avenues of industry as well as a failure to stimulate encourage and cultivate the pride and am bition latent in the child 4t School days cover the most im portant period in ones life It is the wonder age of character build lug and when the disposition and traits of character are so shaped and directed as to control the is makeup of the future man or r woman unless at this important industryIto action be taught and encouraged the subtle influence of ease rest and comfortable surroundings the seductive influence of habitual ofiovercome n careless indolent disposition so formed and estab r lished as to prove a curse to the- t possessor A boy or girl posses sing the average natural ability with industrious habits and what is calledtt liberal education iY Which all of our public schools afford is fully equipped for the tfbattles of life but without the and a firm will wi- thrspurpose to back it the individual is a failure society worsted and the State disappointed in one of i1i its subjects To learn is to labor You will say that to acquire an education c evidence of industry This may be true as to the labor but the labor is often compulsory and When coercion ceases the power is lost and so without industry ap plication anal purpose utilize i the knowledge gained the indi grown developes into that r most despicable oC nonentitites a negative quantity in the body politic To be industrious implies an ever present living innate dis position as well as vital force im pelling one involuntarily to the prompt performance of every duty the fulfillment of pb ligation and a sweet readiness to meet every requirement If one does not possess this dis position naturally endowed then it necessary to acquire it for it is the very foundation stone of Y1hopes and future prosptcts One goingFfresh hours of the brilliant morn ingl Sleep is natures sweet re storer find it is incumbent to re duperate mind and body but excessive indulgence enfeebles the mind impairs the physical strength and is waste of time in the spiritual life The farmer the mechanic the business man the professional coterie the stu dent indeed every man woman and child are better for the fresh nydutiesimposedIt impossibility to instill ideas of great achievement into the minds of lazy indolent youincapableearnest diction of the instructor who may as well be casting pearls before swine These idle scholars may evolve into an Edi son or Copperfield but the transi tions are few and far between I have tried all manner of per suasive powers including capital punishment as the boy said but all to no purpose and so have been compelled to leave them at the foot of the alphabet trusting that perhaps between the plow shares tbe gift of climbing into the realms of mysteries would be granted the ignorant soul When one considers the manifold temptations to which an idle ignorant man woman or child are submitted it is wonderful how few escape the pitfalls of human ity and I question whether it would be better for the majority of these tramps to die early than to cumber the highways with worthless trials of endurance It is far better to wear out than to rust out and the teacher who inculcates lessons of thrift industry indomitable will power perseverance and determination to endure even throughsuffering will accomplish more than a gen eral who captures a city and the very secret of success will crown imImortal Dr Weaver Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 20TH The contest inaugurated by The Herald as to what two of Ken tuckys sons should be honored by having their statues placed in the Hall of Statuary will close on Saturday April 29th In this contest The Herald offered 25 in four prizes one of 10 one of 750 one of 5 one of 250 rto those students in Kentucky colleges or public schools who name the two men who are selected by the majority ot all those not students who express an opinion as to what two men should be so honored The purpose of The Herald in inau gurating this contest and in offer ing these prizes was to arouse in terest in the study of the lives of Kentuckys dead sons who served well their country and reflected honor on their State- We ask every one who sel ds in any selection to give the reasons why in his judgment the two men he names should be honored above other distingu shed dead We hope a large number of t e of Kentucky will express their preference and that in each and every school in the State attention will be called to this mayhavestudy of the history of the State and of the times during which Kentucky had a worldwide farr as the birth place and home i f great men No selection will be considered in determining the result of the bytl1Pwill be awarded to those who make the first selections We again ask the papers of the State to call attention to this contest and hope that it may re sult in reviving to a certain ex tent a knowledge of and an admiration for those to whom Ken tucky and the world owe so much From The Lexington Herald 16c BT03aYE3Beari Blgnatare of BLUL GRASS Nurseries SPRING 1905 Trees by the Million Frnitahd shad Small Fruits Grnpe Vines irdleerythlllgan establishment Wetlelldireo to agentsTreeapplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 248m tii JI SAILORS Launched Ship 20 in the Ken tucky Squardon and Officers EleotedI The Sailors launched ship 20 ini the Kentucky Squadron Tuesday night at Odd Fellows Hall with the following officers Captain D D Smith Lieutenant J S Darnell 2 Master Max Rosenstein Chaplain J R Hedwick Supercargo G R Gooch PaymasterR Rosenstein EnsignJ Robinson SurgeonrDr J S Demaree Quartermaster Dr L T Min ish VatchD 0 Robinson LookoutS Rodde The ship was christened the Frankfort and will make its next voyage on Monday evening May 1st Anchor will be hoisted promptly at S oclock- STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Ladies 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 ladies are famous for their abundant and delicious suppers tf TO BE APPEALED AT ONCE IThe case of Taylor v Johnson being the contest over the Demo cratic nomination for th office of Representative will be taken to the Court of Appeals at once and by agreement win be advanced so that the decision may be made during this term of that court Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bail condition Tonic blood purifier a vermifuge They are not food f medicine the best in use to pUt horse in prime condition Price 0 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComntA Gayle IIF A Agent IIslmi1 PromotesDiesUonCheerful ness and BestContains neither OpmmMorpliin6 nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC r lkswuoJmmz JJa14 forConsupa ea WormsConvutsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK t EXACT COPT OF WEAFPEB =J 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 arid gas A very desirable home For further information telephone 502 East Tennessee Phone81tf or be sent on of blank filled be today CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the S 119na1 t i c 14The a- f4e71 Kind H fihYou Have Always Bought i CASTORIATHr l tf r WANTED MEN AND WOMEN In county mad adjoining 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