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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifjM 1j f7 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT LGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEHMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYI1L FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 29 1905 NO 34 TANIAf Iiik f l OXFORDSt r Cool Comfortable f t A AT VAN WINKLE Mr Joseph Jefferson the in mitable and unexcelled personator of Rip Van Winkle and other playa after a tedious illness of several weeks of alternate hope and gloom quietly to the eternal sleep on Easter Sunday as the shadows lengthened to the eventide at his homo at Palm Branch Fla Ve shall never look upon his like again The funeral took place at Buz zards Bay N 1 When doctors fail try Burdock Blood Bitters Cures dyspepsia the whole system LEG BROKEN While Mr Alex Thomnson a brother of Officer Z T Thomason was driving along the boulevard his horse became frightened at a switch engine and overturned the buggy throwing Mr Thomason the Kings Daughters Hospital and surgical attention rendered He is doing as well as could be ex Cure ry Digests what you oat r FAIR GETS r tI The Court of Appeals having i sustained the law t 15000 annually to the State r Fair the Kentucky Live Stock t Breeders Association has to hold the next Fair at Lexing ton on September 18 to 28 Lexington always has a first class fair when she has any at all ND at the height of fashion Tan Oxfords of all descriptions here every one a gem of the shoe makers art Tan Kid with light soles for house wear Tan Kid and Russia Calf with welted soles for street weal If you have not worn a pair of Tan Oxfords this season theres a treat in store for your feet Cut shows a Sailor Tie made of Brown Ooze Calf with welted soles told plain toea shoe that fits snug at the heel Price 350 R K McCLURE SON RESTRIP passed constipation invigorates brokenk fleoted Dyspepsia LEXINGTON STATE appropriating decided ARMjBADLY CUT While playing base bullon ClayHundleyHundley slipped andfell cutting a long gash in his left arm neces sitating the services ofu surgeon He is doing all right now LAWYER SCHOLAR AND EX OFFICIAL COURT OF APPEALS DIES We regret to announce that Mr Chas R Williams a well rend lawyer scholar and for several years an attache of the Court of Appeals was found lying unconscious on the river bank below Louisville on Friday last and died soon after being brought to regninipgMr Williams was the only son of the late Prof E R Williams for many years the President of Sayre Female College of Lexington He was a brilliant promising young man but failin health dimmed his prospects an finally brought death He was 57 years of age We have known Mr Williams for forty years and admired him for his genial anti cultivated mind and manners He was a warm personal friend boyhoodFayette county and Judge Du Relle secured his appointment to the positkn he held under th Appellate Court He was an ex ceedingly proud and ennsitiv- mtiu and shrank from making hi needs known The funeral and burial took place at Lexington on Sunday OA AITORZAem tM fnatve 01 III TbI Mwns THE NEW UNION DEPOT The necessary legal steps having been taken to secure the property required for the location of the new Union Depot the plans were submitted on Monday night byIJudgeHoge VVH Posey and E M Wallace have examined the prop erty and submitted their report thereon So soon as a jury can be appointed and the property condemned the ground will be cleared for work The following is a good description of the proposed work The new depot will be an orna ment to the city and State It will extend through from Ann to High street The main building will be 160 feet long two tories high built of rick with atone trimmings modern in design and convenient in arrangement On the ground floor there will be waiting roomsa ladies waiting room a mens waiting room and a colored waiting room all arranged with toilets and other conveniences The second floor will be utilized for offices There will be a covered platform 24 feet wide extending the entire length cf the main building and a cov ered platform 14 feet wide extend ing the rest of the way from Ann to High street There will also be a covered platform 14 feet wide in the street and extending 428 feet between the trains of the L N and F C railroads There will bo a brick or asphalt street 85 feet wide in the rear of the depot building extending from Ann to High streets and a walk from Ann street t9 the depot in the rear It is also understood that the owners of the Capital Hotel will tear down the wall in the rear of the hotel and make an entrance and exit direct from the hotel to the depot for the convenience of guestsIn all convenient places the railroad company will put hand some grass plots and flowerbeds- COMMISSIONERS MAKE AWARD Col Chas E Hoge Mr W H Posey and Mr E M Wallace the commissioners appointed to assess the value of the Sullivan and Tobin property on Ann and Broad way streets have made their re port to the County Court They fixed the value of the Sullivan property on the corner at 9 750 and the Tobin property at 12500 The county court will now take the final steps in the matter The little folks love Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup Pleasant tc take perfectly harmless positive cure for coughs colds bronohitip asthma WOODMEN TO MEET HERE The Woodmen of the World will hold their State meeting in this weekdexpected that there will be some fifty delegates present FIRE ALARM MONDAY A blaze in Cozines blacksmith shop on Second street occasiored an alarm from box 12 on Monday morning trifle The loss was only a IPLANS TO GET RICH suddensor- constipation Brace up and take New Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start pure headache and dizziness top At all drug gists 25o guaranteed r h irlj t 7000 Yards o- fEmbroideries j ON MondayMorning 1st Iw will place on sale about 7000 yards of Em 14 1hrnirieriec in Swicc Nninennlr nnrl fmhrn All new and beautiful work Dont fail to take ad YOUThey7 Lots as follows a LOT NO f workworthYARDLOTprettydainty 9cLOTThis lot contains Embroideries that are 3 12 to 5 inches wide extra values worth 15c 20c and 25c McLOTThis lot contains Embroideries that are real wide worth 20c 25c and 30c 19GLOTThis lot contains Embroideries worth 25c30c and 35c Z4cLOTThis grand lot contains Embroideries that are 6 to 10 inches wide some suitable for corset covers worth 35c and 40c 29cLOTfincbeautifulSALE PRICE 39c HALF PRICE SALE OF Ladies Tailor made Suits to 1will 1Itnrmined to put a price on them to move them once Dont delay but come at once and take atIcomplete vantage of the great bargains while assortment Ladies Suits that were 2100ILadies Suits that were Ladies Suits that were 3000 made of Cloth Cheviot orIPanama Suiting very pretty styles y SALE PRICE 1500 BlueChandsomelySALE PRICE 1750 SPECIAL REDUCTION ON SILK SUITS AND SILK SHIRT 14 OFF ON WAIST SHIRT SUITSILadles Waists made of a bargain 75c Ladles Waists made of SALE PRICE 89c Also other special values at 100 125 and 150 SPECIAL VALUES tANDC KAGIN BRO 1 NO 4143 8T CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY j k i r f i l if j 0f t il4 tr D rt r tl qf r lhir 1 F Crutcher V Sithpsons t We are too well known in Frankfort and vicinity to make explanation for anything we do We always do as we advertise If A bTalking MachineFREE i PERSONAL Mr Frank H Kavanaugh visited relatives in Owen county this week Mr John P Hanley made busi ness trip to Louisville Saturday Mrs Albert Umethun has re turned from n visit to Louisville Mrs Duane Brown has gone to s Newport to visit friends Col A D Martin returned from New York City Friday night Mr M P Brown returned Fri day night from Owen county Mrs Russell Baker and son have gono to Louisville to reside Mrs William Dillon spent Easter i Sunday with friends in Versailles Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington- was here this week Mrs W H Hoge and children are visiting relatives in Winchester Miss Carrie Selbert Is visiting relatives in Cincinnati Miss Mary Harrison is visiting friends in Lexington this week =Mrs Chapman C Todd visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr Chas Tamblyn is visiting relatives at Detroit Mioh r SS Hon Luther Willis of Shelby yille was here Thursday Judge Tas T Webb of Mayfield was in the city Thursday Miss Cora Belle Kenney has re turned from a visit to Eminence Mr R W Miller of Richmond attended the courts here this week Mr Edmund Watson Taylor re turned homo Tuesday night g tDr G D Llllard of Lawrence burg was here on Tuesday Col Thos A Hall and wifehave returned from Nelson county Hon Chas H Stoll of Lexing ton was in the city thisweek I Prof J H Fuqun has returned from a trip to Minerva Mason countyMrs A M Slack and son are guests of her parents Dr Bryan rind wife at Georgetown Mrs Mary Drano und daughter Mrs Virgil Hewitt visited friends in Louisville this week Mrs T Lindsey Blaynoy and son of Danville visited relatives hero this week Judge Jf Alcorn of Stanford was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Wednesday Judge H C Eversole of Boone vine was in attendance upon the courts hero this week Mr W J Lewis and wife visited Mr Clarence Wilson and wife at Smithfield this week r Mrs 1 T West has reJurned from a visit to hor Robt M Bergman at Irvine Col Max Dorn has returned from n trip to Omaha Nob in the interest of the Frankfort Shoe Co J Col Join T Shelby of Lexing ton attended the courts here this week Mrs Hiram Berry who has been spending the winter in California lias home Mr M B Barret of Louisvilo spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs W F Barret Mr Russell Baker Mr Robert Moyers and Mr Allen Brady of Louisville spent Sunday here Mr J H Culter and wife who have been in Florida for the winter came here Saturday f Mr Harry M Stanley of Louis ville WHS hero en route to Washing ton City on yesterday Mrs David P Davis who has been visiting her parents in Shel byvlllo has returned home Mr J Hughes and wife who have been in Florida spending the winter have returned home Here is our great offer purchase showing 3000 of we iiive you ABSOLUTELY a Grnphophone and with every ndditional 500 worth we give TREE Busy Ben Gold Moulded noted for of tone and of music We reserve the right to discontinues tins great offer June 1st We want you to call and inspect our full line of New Spring Novelties in all departments Mens and High Grade Clothing Furnishings Shoes Hats All uptodate and Prices always at our store Get the habit wearing our Ir is a good habit and wears well I dTIqEEEtF ivrrcxixr JI Col Geo W Hutcheson Post master at Lawrencebuig was in the city Tuesday Rev Win L McEwan D D and son of Pittsburg Penn visited friends here this week Mrs Cornelia Bush is visiting her son at Kenwood near Louis villeJudge A R Burnam of Rich mond attended the courts hero TuesdayMiss Miles is the guest of her brother Mr Jas N Miles in LexingtonMiss Kavanaugh of the College of Music Cincinnati is at home for a few days Mr W W Darnell and wife who have been visiting friends in Louis vine have returned home Judge A P Humphrey of Louis ville attended the courts here this weekMr Cotton C Darnell visited friends in New Orleans La this weekMiss Sue Scott of is the guest of her sister Mrs Guy BriggsMr has returned from a visit to his parents at Har rodsburgMr C Russell of Louis vile attended the Court of Appeals this week Mr Cliff C Bosworth Assistant State Treasurer has returned from a trip to French Lick Springs Ind Mr G L Barnes of the internal revenue force spent Sunday in this city with his family Mrs Meek who has boon the guest friends in Lex ington has returned home Mr James Hutcheson clerk in the Auditors hers Sunday formerI Miss Lizette Dixon of the guest of Mrs John W Rodman Todd street this week Mrs Charles E Nelson of Rloh mond was the guest of relatives here this week Mr Ormsy Bummer Gray of hl81urotherMr ni dhUd spent Sunday with friends in LexingtonMrs C Van Wankle end son have returned from a visit to LouisvilleMiss Johnson who has boon visiting friends in Louisville has returned home Mr Win Cecil of Danville who has been the guest of Mr Clarence Julian hits returned home Mr L B WeiFenburgh Jr has gone to Birmingham Ala on busi ness for the Mason sago Co Capt S H Ford of is the guest of his soninlaw Capt J D Kennedy West Side Miss Mary Belle Taylor who has beon visiting friends in Louisville has returned home Prof J H Fuqua left Monday for Mason county to make a school addressMr of K M spent Sunday here the guest of his aunt Mrs Mary C Haycraft Misses Sarah and Esther Bur nam of Richmond are guests of friends here Prof A M Wilson of State Col lege was the guest of Mr Julian Chinn on Sunday Miss Lily Benokhart of Lexing ton was the guest of Mrs Austin J Lynch this week Dr J W Jouett wife and son Brooks of Eminence visited rela tives here this wnek Mrs Urey Woodson of OwenH boro was the guest of her sister Mrs J D Kennedy West Side this woek Mrs John W Milam who has been visiting her sister Mrs Maxwell C Hamilton at TeireHaute Ind has returned borne 0 rl Ih11 r 9 f The confident feeling that your dinner table is perfectly correct in its appointments can be t I realized if you have a service of 1835 R Wallace Silver Plate With every we give a coupon ICIamount of purchase and when you leave bought goods FREE Record fullness sweetness Boys styles fabrics right of clothes Lexington Alexander Sylvester Owenfiboro Crittenden Mrs Rorers illustrated book How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT n when you build a house don t use green lumber Our LUMBER is seasonedammond SCO CLOSING OUT TO QUIT DRY GOODS BUSINESS weT READING SON We must have our entire line of Dry Goods and Notions sold by June and to do so we have marked everythii to eo t and below cost Everything must go and nothing reserved We must have IVfryi hintr in this line disposed of IvJune so we we can have our tore room remodeled ant ready for our new business Do not oil too late ns the best things al ways go filtI W T Reading Son 315 BROADWAY OPPOSITE OLD CAPITOL yvv THE FOR B Ie ti oFFrI t KILL THE COUCHfIIJ AND CURE LUNGS 111IICONSUMPTION PricetISurest and Quickest Oure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK IDdv =Mrs Blandina B Temple of Louisville who hRS been the guest of Mrs W T Scott Wilkinson street has returned hometMr Ed H Elliott and wife of Louisville who have been guests of relatives here have returned homeMisses Anne and Emily Thumps who have been visiting friends in Baltimore Md have returned home Miss Hazel Middleton of Win chester who has been the guest ofkMiss Helen ORoar has homeSMiss Helen ORear of Science y whoIreturned to school Rev John R Matthews A M of Barnesville 0 who has been conducting mission at Ascension Episcopal Church was called home on Monday k Mr L Labrot and wife have re turned from a visit to their son Mr Sylvester Labrot at Now Or leans La Col David A Peters the well I known auctioneer who has been living in Louisville has returned to this city to reside Mrs B Lewis Mrs S L Wooldrldgo Jr and Miss Fannie Wusson of Versailles were in the city on Wednesday Miss Alice Kennon of St Louis Mo find Mrs S1 Hobbs of An c Forage wore guests of Mrs Annie M Taylor Short street this week Mrs Ira S Shy of Cynthiana is visiting her parents Mr W Price Johnson and wife near the Old Crow Mrs E F Burgess of Big Stone Gap Vn is the guest of her parents Mr Jos H Cox and wife fcjtJOlo StlHdt Miss Mary Rockwell of Cincin nati who has boon the guest of Miss Nellie Marshall has returned home Miss Clara Johnson of Millers burg College was the guest of her grandfather Mr L B Castlemau LasterSMrs Bon Hardin Helm andfdaughter Miss Kate who have ti been guests of Mrs Waller H Lewis returned home ruesda lsDlrday for St Louis to bring his son Gavin Morris hume who had his arm broken t Mr Maurice Brook U S Levee Commission of Memphis who has been visiting his parents Mr G M Brook and wife returned yes terdayMr Cecil Farmer of Central University Danville spent Sunday at home with his parents Mr W S Farmer and wife Mr Julian Chinn of Ky State College spent Sunday here the guest of his parents Dr Geo G Chinn and wife Mr Charles J Clark the noted v architect of Louisville spent Sun day here tho guest of his niece Miss Annie HerndonrMr Adolph Davis who is at the spentSundayfather Mr I Davis lh Mr Wm Umethun of Louis ville spent Sunday here the guest iof h18 brother Mr Albert Ume thun 1 J4 v = L MARRIED 1t h ARMSTRONG OWSLEY An r nouncement is made of the rf proaching marriage of Mr tBArmstrong of Detroit Mich l t Mrs Bourne Sanders Owsley of this city which will occur at the home of Mrs Earl Allen nee Belle Sanders in Detroit Thurs day June 1st MEYERS GULLY In this Henrylmarried by Rev J 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church NEW SUMMER THEATRE AT COVE SPRING PARK I The new Summer Theatre at cornj New Albany Ind has contracted with the Street Railway Co to con jduot a summer theater commenc t dug about May 15 The attractions will be new and uptodate with tichange of program every otherI a Delightful music will bo furnished at all these entertain ments Refreshments will be 1servedfPromenne concerts each even l In order to moot the demands of the occasion tho railway company t1K has purchased three new oars and trips will he made to the Park every fifteen minutes Wo hope this attractive may he successful in plnooI crowds away from the city the heatpd term and atford J antnmusomontduring the summer t KINGS DAUGHTERS MEET ING 4 The Board of Directors of tho Kings Daughters Hospital will hereafter meet on the first Tues IVi day in each month at 880 oolnok in the Ohapel of tho Christian y Church The regular mooting of iT the Society wlll bo held at the same place at 4 oclock in place of 8 oclock p m r DONT BORROW TROUBLE It is n bad habit to borrow anything but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Brights disease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Electric Bit- tersI Here you will find sure and permanent forgetfulness ofallyour troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At nIl druggists Price 60o Guaranteedy r equaledW F Ell R oruou omrawwnurs r The best of all is the offering we are going to make on Suits for next week 1500 For Blue Panama or Cheviot or Sheperd Check Suits worth 2500 all new effects 12239 For Mohair or Mixture Worsted Suits or Silk Shirt Waisb Suits in Blue Brown or Black cheap at J500 OOFor Tan Covert Jacket silk lined regular 10 quality 89c per yd Buya from us a Mohair in Blue Brownor Mixed colors that is worth 40c to OOc Many other good values in Mohairs and Panama Cloth 79c per yd Buys the newest and prettiest patterns in Siiks you can find in any assortment at 100 per yd loc Buys a pretty quality soft finish Cotton Voile in solid colors or neat Mixtures just the thing for a Wash Shirt- Waist Suit WOMENS RIGHTS AND WOMENS WRONGS In an article in the New York Loganesays B Anthony and the cause for which she has labored for so many years Susan B Anthony the orig inator of the womans suffrage movement deserves the thanks of the women of the nation for the reformation she has brought about womenecaused legislation which has pro tected women and their property from the unscrupulous treachery and selfishness of men They have achieved wonders along many lines securing for their sex more consideration greater equal ity before the law and more lib eral compensation for their labor though they have not yet suc ceeded in establishing the rule of like compensation for like service If the of educa voterslato the population are nat urally more inclined to education- than men Surely the causes of temperance morality religion patriotism and education would be greatly advanced were women granted the right of suffrage and if the qualifications for eligibility of all voters to the privilege were raised to a higher standard- I can not believe that the granting uf the right would in any sense affect women unfavorably or disqualifying them for the holier and higher states of wives and mothers On the contrary I believe that they would use the right of suffrage conscientiously intelligently and with tho keenest appreciation of the responsibility resting upon them They might not always act wisely bu they are less corrupt than men if one may judge from the experience of tho government Among the thousands of employes of the government it is a well known fact that not a cent has ever been lost to the United Stator Treasury through tho dishonesty ofa female employe although ofICANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to tho action rof the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20to S FARMER Id j LI =THE BLUE AND THE GRAY The following poem was written LoxlnJtollKye In Shelbyvllle Ky May 80 1K90 On that day the Confederate and Federal veterans of the Civil War mnrohed arm in arm and deco rated the graves of each others dead the first event of the kind in Kentucky OUR BRAVE DEAD By D H Goyen Peacefully sleep neath the sods valleyPeacefully neath thy cov greenThy the retreat nor the rally The cannons loud boom nor the glittering sheen Of the hnyonet the musketrys rattle- Can arouse thoo again as they oft did of yoio Sweetly then sleep thou hast fought tlhylast hattlo shnllIBrave as the bravest as such we will ever- Remember thy valor and honor thy name Wore they blue or the gray foul slander oan never Cast a stain on their courage detract from their fame They rushed to the conflict at the first call of duty proved them sincere and IWhichhonest and true Then lot flowers bo strewn in their bloom and their hearty Alike on tho graves of the gray and the blue Old Time with his scythe has gathered in ninny Who oft met us foes though equally bravo And though ninny survive there scarcely are any Who do nut now stand on the brink of the grave Their locks aro now silvered that once were golden Their furies arc now bent though yoreThe are not as of olden Soon the place that now knows them shall know them no Lucre Like brothers wo meet all rancor is vanished Tho tocsin today of war Is not sounded And passions mad strife gentle peace has banished Alike from tho hearts of tho blue and the gray By the graves of our dead under hillside and heather We meet onmi again our ways to Though ronow once far apart we now stand together Of one country one Hag are the gray and the t luo Then sweet be the flowers we give to nur brothers rile laurel anti ruses wo lay on their paves And tho offering wo bring we give not to ot hefsIr LO15THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY rif WHISKEY EH TAYLOR JR Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky tONS j Ii6t 1oIIf1 r Ill fff tw ii iti tlt all CURTAINS That are new in design midattractive in appearance are the kind wo cull from tho manufacturers and show you the choice of them all 150For Bobinet Ruffled Curtains trimmed with lace 100For Fancy Striped Cottage Curtains just rho thing for a dining room 100 upFor Muslin Curtains with ruffles cool and fresh looking for bed rooms 100 to 1000 Lace Curtains in all the new effects DOTTED MUSLINS lOc per yd good width serviceable Striped for Lambrequins and Screens Uppermost the minds of every housekeeper now is the question How to make the home more attractive Let us help you by makng your money go the fartherest in buying your new Carpet Matting or Rug 15oFor China Matting close woven worth 20c 25c MattingGreenAxminster Carpets make the handsomest floor covering for the parlor See our showing of these CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms OR G G GREEN JThe aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average intelligence JThere is no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its atJproachas consumption and no serious can be so quickly reached and checked if the used is Dr Boschees German SyruP which is made to cure consumption qIt is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings qUitthethe gradual weakening of the lungs ac expectorationqBut cough even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has apparentlyhopeless JNew trial bottles 25C Regular size 75c At all druggists For she dust that wo honor is that of the brave Peaceful then sleep and hushed ho thy slumber Thou art sacred to us as we stand horn today For of all the dead in this land without number Thou art ours alone of the blue anti the gr- ayDEATHSA m PAYNEAt her home on East Main street on Sntimjny Miss OldIfaiwas i Southern Presbyterian Church ami a devout Christian The funeral services were conI ducted by Rev Win Crowe on Sunday afternoon from the resil deuce and the remains were laid away in the family lot in our cemetery QfCaptulnresidence Alms place Walnut Hills April 27 10 in Duo notiou of funeral later Cure the cough and save the life Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs and colds down to the very simption 0IFULL OF TRAGIC MEANING Are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his ter rible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he coughthnt I tried everything Mitt nothing would relievo it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases pneumoniaAtand 100 Tiial bottle free rAwi l OnyxStands for that is inHosiery IcLl u quality- DRAPERIESRoman in LETTER LIST IThe following is a list of adver endingAprilAnderson Robert Anderson W 11 Armstrong Miss Olive lUawner J Y Bridgoman Cal Bright Alford Bryan T W 2 Byorly Mrs G W Camp Hiiey MaryDrake Ellis Mrs R L MaryHarrod Hester Scoot Hill Mr and Mrs T J Kirby Mrs Ellen Lancaster Mr and Mrs Chas E Lewis Mrs Annie yMilletMolden Ben Null Miss F suckles George Pogue Frank Polsgrave Mrs Paul 2 Price Mrs Maria Series Willie Sharp Mr and Mrs Geo T Thoma Miss Rona Trusty Nuto Utley W T Watkins Mrs Mary Hanna Willis John MarjWilliams Wilson MurrelltWor-k Mrs1 Wright E Cvr Young RoM H Persons calling for the above let tars will please say advertised1 E M DjtANE P M CJ A S1tII tABears the OiJ Two1tf Dyspeptics f becauseyourfoodturns 2i f FthatyLeanenough Pepsin in the stomach while fatspeop- lo have too much Pepsin and not I enough Pancreatine KodolwldDyspepsiaI hlfoundexactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs u to digest and assimilate all foods that may j be eaten Kodol is not a rsueioHeartburn i Constipation You will like it DIgests What You Eat 4 l Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh Dollar botttsheido fl tlmM M much U tbo tritl or sat alsoj rrptr d at tbo lab oratorrofEODiWm OoOUcaro08A For sale by J W Gayle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR J k PfeFrankortduulldanoal Entered at the postolllco at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass mailable matter CEO A LEVIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 29 1905 ELKS SOCIAL SESSION Big Crowd Present Delightful Spread Music and Oratory Galore On Tuesday night last Frankfort Lodge No 580 B P O Elks gave a sooial and banquet in their iboautiful hall on Lewis street From early in the evening the Frankfort Orchestra discoursed music that kept every ones feet going in time to it and caused care to take to itself wings Promptly at 880 p ni the Elks anal their guests to the number of About 250 were invited to the ban quet hall which had been under the skillful hands of the Misses Schneider beautifully decorated with flowers shining glass china and silverware converting it into a veritable bower of loveliness When the guests had been prop erly arranged Toastmaster Past Exalted Ruler Austin J Lynch in ai few appropriate remarks wel comed their guests and announced that Switzerland Awaits You and the charge was made upon the dainties prepared for the occasion by Messrs Busam Schneider 4 mine busts of the FranKfort Hotel which were all that could 3iave been desired When the inner man had been simply satisfied with eatables drinkables and fragrant cigars had boon furnished Toastmaster Lynch introduced Gov J C W Eeckham who made a short and pithy 4Address which was greatly en Joyed especially when making his excuses for nonattendance upon the Lodge on account of domestic dutiesThe Frankfort Glee Club com posed of Messrs R H Stratton Ben C Keunon R K McClure Edgar Harris Woodson Coleman Sam B Whitehead Isaac Kennedy and William Kennedy rendered a number of beautiful songs and at once made themselves solid with the audience Exulted Ruler R W McRery made a classic and eloquent ad dress which was warmly ap 1plaudedTwo violin solos by Mr Chas lLi r showed conclusively that he was a master hand with the violin and the bow He was encored heartily fir J Swigort Taylor in a one y minute address crowded in enough fun and frolic for an ordinary ten minutes speech His pointed puns svoro union enjoyed Mr Thos J Brh lan sung a couple of beautiful solos which won unlimited applause Our great and only Mr John W JMilam gave his Inimitable rendi lion of Casey at the Bat which brought down tho house Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness at times adeep breath irritates itthesea- re features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the t blood and tone up the system j Scotts Emulsion remedykpowerItcause 1thecough and the whole system is given new strengthand vigor Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Cbemlttt 409415 Pearl Street New York s Soc and roo All dniggittt Ilf t 4- 1 IrOy Jtt i1 r iYo f r f 7 Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles in restoring it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it humanity that suffers as I haveDuring three I suffered nervous prostration I found morphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thlllgthatwas a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but I never fully realized its signlfi cance until I had used it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver fivebottlesusing morphine however much per sons mar doubt it Coil is my witness I am Ifeelsuffering MATTIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark bottleAddressDr Mr H V McChesney in a witty and pungent address called forth great applause at the same time telling many homely truths which added to his reputation as an after dinner orator Mr J M VanDerveer added to his reputation by several delightful solos closing with Jesus Lover of My Soul arousing general and generous Judge applauseIville who was a special gtiett of the evening made n beautiful ad dress which was thoroughly en joyed by the Elks present as it touched closely upon secret matters as to which the uninitiated of course could only guess at the ap plication It was greatly enjoyed At Eleven Oclock Judge J H Polsgrove in a few appropriate words paid tribute to the sick and the departed of the Lodge- A fitting climax to the evenings fun and enjoyment was the address of Hon Eli H Brown the Baby Elk he only having been an Elk for a few days It was pithy and to the point assuring the crowd that it was not the only Institution which had a bahy The big crowd departed at 1180 oclock having enjoyed eveiy moment of the evening The whole affair which was under the management of a com mittee composed of Messrs Grant L Roberts W Pruett Graham A J Lynch Dyke Hazelrigg and George H Stehlin vas a success from start to finish and hns created a cordial feeling of admiration for this charitable and social organization such as was much to be de siredThe Frankfort Orchestra added- t their laurels as disooursers of s veet music GOES TO WOODFORD COUNTY The suit of Ben Marshall v The Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co has been transferred to Woo ford county upon motion of the dflfendanj and will come up for trial at the next term of the Woodford Circuit Court TO CLOSE JUNE 16 The Board of Education has fixed the time for the closing of the City Schools as Friday June 10 This is later than usual by a weekThe schools have done splendid work this year and the attendance has been fine SALE The ladies of the Methodist Church will have on sale today at the Collins building next door to Cassells on Main street pies cakes candy and other good thingsOpen all day tf WIPING OUT THE DESERT- We have no useless American acres snid Secretary Wilson in speaking of the work of the de ipartment in introducing new plants and improving methods of agriculture There are no bad proIductive We have agricultural explorers in every far corner of the world and they are finding- crops which have become so ac climated to dry conditions sim ilar to our own in the West that we will in time have plants thriv ing upon all our socalled desert lands We will cover this arid sortsIand grain for western flocks and herds Our farmers will grow this upon land now considered practically worthless A tireless activity is being dis played by the Department in the reclamation of great acres of the Central West through the far reaching work of our agricultural explorers who are traversing lands in the interests of the American farmer especially the high dry plains and steppes of Central Asia the Cradle of the World where agriculture reaches back from history into dim tradition The activities of Mr Wilsons Depart ment bode ill for the continuance of any very great stretches of our once limitless American Desert GIANT GOVERNMENT DAM IN ARIZONA The government contractors have begun work on the giant Tonto dam in the Salt River Val ley Already the government has blasted out a mountain roadway along the precipitate shelves of the canyon and has constructed its cement mill and its big power plant utilizing the energy of the stream itself wherewith to grind the 200000 barrels of cement necessary to build the enormous edifice a work of solid masonry This dam is to be 280 feet high and 200 feet thick and to cost 8500000 It will form the greatest artificial lake in the United States and will irrigate something like 800000 acres of deep and fertile soil The condi tions are described by thee engineers as ideal for dam buildings The towering perpendicular walls of the narrow box canyon at the bottom of which rushes the Salt River are of tough and enduring sandstone and this masonry wedge will become in reality a of the everlasting it joins to hold back the torren tial floods of the Salt River GUY E MITCHELL ODD FELLOWS CELERBATE Frankfort Lodge No 28 I 0 0 F cerebrated the 86th Anni of the Order on Wednes day night April 26th by attend ance upon the services at the Fir t Baptist Church in a body An address appropriate to the occa sion was delivered by Rev M B Adams who is a member cf that LodgeNotwithstanding the pouring rain there was a good attendance RESIGNED Capt W A Lutkemeier of the Frankfort Company K N G has resigned the command of the company CONFEDERATES A meeting of Confederate soldiers wi be held at the Courthouse in F ankfort at 2 oclock p m May 1H05 County Court day for the of considering the matter of attending tho reunion to be held- I i TouiBvillo in Juno 1005 All Confederates of Franklin county are requested to attend T B SOUTH Ohn W L JETT Secretary 60 YEAR- EXPERIENCI iTRADE C MARKSI sending a sketch and description may p quickly ascertain our opinion free w an Invention Is probably Commnnlca tlons strictly confidential HAND5uOIonPatents encyforeecuringpatentaPatents special nottes without obarge In e Scientific Americ- anA Illustrated weekly JMtaeet dr rotation of any clentlllo journal Terms t3 iyear four months Sold by UNN Coa 8 tere ewlr N wdfk J3raucb omce P Bt Washington D i 1i fIW Pleasant to agew Laxative rllSyrup r NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION re hk Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons +ipation 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 youdo nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows t 1 t + I have an immense stock ofrGLASS all sizes and cnIyiinterest you as to price quantity FRANK G STAGG 1 J 1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc o i j I LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE tiIC EFFECTIVE OCT 16 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 1No2 1AM No4 Dally Ex Bun Leave IJBlloM MI i No1 Ex A 1Ex 1Ar 1l 745I ILexington II 605 825 20 Winchester 20 620 918 Clay City 486 406 9234 Btanton 480 485 954 57 Natural Bridge 61 401 511 449 1039 1006 70BBeeettyviile Junction 70 847 896 615 1100 1J on oJ BundI 330 Trains No 8 and connect at O K Junction with the O K By for and local points on that line Trains No1 and 2 connect at Beattyvillo Junction AIBy for Trains Nos and 8 connect with the By at L E for tit Sterling and local station J B BARR CHARLES General Manager G OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY Mh1 No DailyEx Ex BundI Station NoasI Ex riLl I A M Lye P M M PMAr t LTOjI Arj aso 1120 o i9z5 280 O K Junction 885 1128 84S 158 Wilhurst 487 i152 10rY880 152 Hampton 480 1158 10I 1750 128 Lee 510 1222 19 122 Hetochawa 518 1228 715 105 Oannel City 1245 Nos and 22 will make close connection at O K funotIon vtth Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington andiEastern Railwayg L CONLSYjSuperintendent tj J Ijj3Q I I OurDollarCorset HALF A BILLION ACRES WORTH WHILE It has been estimated from compilationsthat of the national domain have passed from the hands of the ov ernment since its organization- into private and corporate hold ings for purposes other than home building In the early history of the government when our population- WasrS small and the lands looked upon as a source of revenue for running the national machinery there may have been some excuse- for disposing of them in large senitbility of securing a permanent would be turned against them or When they would be placed in a position to choose between their r own discretion and the letter of printed rules JThe campaign ofUsurprise not only included the use of semaphore signals but whistle t signals of all sorts placing of s axearend flagmen torpedo tests burning fuse tests and all kinds of safety signals The time and places for the tests were kept secret Engine 11 men and trainmen did not know when a trainmaster a road foreman a superintendent or train rule examiner was standing behind j the glare ofa red light or in the shadow of a section house ii A train rule examiner is a new functionary The Queen Cres cent has appointed one for every division The manner in which illusrtrated in the case of an engineer y who unwisely followed what he1t i thought was customary prac k tioe instead of plainly printed Zi rules When this engineer failed C in the surprise test he was noti tied to appear before the train i5S rule examiner The latter sub jected him to a rigid examination on his knowledge of the rules HOW THE CHECK IS MADE fThe engineer passed u high av rage and the record was certified i to the Superintendent The lat 11li ter looked it over saw that the p engineer could quote the rules correctly and therefore was 1 correct in assuming that the en Ilr gineers failure at the surprise ness test was entirely due to careless It became the duty of the Su 11 perintendent to decide what dis ciplinary measures were necessary s Since the surprise tests were inaugurated the discipline of the I engine men has greatly improved General Manager W A Garrett r said yesterday he was much grati resultsk1ineffaceably impress SS IUpon every engineer the fact that speed is nut the first consideration of thethe management company has given orders that the words Safety Before Speed shall be stenciled in bright letters in the i qtcab of every locomotive where the beyes of the engineer will constantly see them I ENGINEER ON RECORD A feature of the new system is placing every enigneer on record c an to views When the original circulars were sent out enr hdneers were asked to write their- 4 BUYERS OPPORTUNITY IFOR one week we will reduce all Colored and Black Silks so if you are in the market for any thing in this lino it will certainly be to your advantage to see the great values we show The 150 quality reduced to 119 yd 125will go at 98c yd 100 grade we will offer for 89c y d75e quality for 59c yd60c to 49c yd We will also include in this cut sale our ReadyMade Silk Suits all our 20 Silk Suits 1798 18 Silk Snits 1598 15 Silk Suits 1298 12 Silk Suits 1098 10 Silk Suits 898 The Ladies and Misses Ribbed Vests we are showing at lOc 15c and 25c are special and exceptional good values Great line of Muslin Underwear every one of these garments perfectly made and the Corset Cover we show for 25c isa real 40c value and all the whole stock is full of good numbersITan Hosiery are in great demand We show the largest assortment of them Also Blacks We are agents for Butterick Patterns they are the best and have been reduced to lOc Ific and 2- 0ccns JT WEITZEISuccessor to Weitzel ODonnell views as to wheher they thought that the record of a certain Chicago line could be equaled This record showed 590 surprise tests in one month without a single engineiprises In every case the Q C engine men expressed the belief that they could reach that record and now the company is holding them to this view An official of the company said yesterday that the percentage of failures in the last months tests was very small and that the sys tem of checking the men up unex peotedly and under conditions which arise daily was having a kenefioial effect Dr Wearer1 Syrnp aad Cerate BseMtefol tmtawlfor blood old ikla dlMMtt MRS STANFORD AND THE CHINAMAN It has been suggested that in stead of flying all the flags at half mast and sending thousands of people tQ her coffin to the grave California would have honored Mrs Stanford more appro priately by granting the ballot to women as she desired California did pretty well by the woman suffrage bill this year President David Starr Jordan of Stanford University and the Governor of the State were both among the signers of the suffrage petition and the Senate voted 24 to 11 in favor of giving the full ballot to women more than two to one while the Assembly voted 89 to 88 against it an adverse majority of only one vote Nevertheless the women of Cal ifornia are still ranked politically with Chinamen andoddly enough it is owing to the China men of California that this isthe case When the woman suffrage amendment was submitted to popular vote in California about ten years ago it carried the State outside the cities of San Francisco and Oakland Foreignborn Chinese are not allowed to bo nat uralized but all Chinamen born in this country are citizens and voters under the clause of the United States Constitution which says All persons born or naturalized in the United States are citizens thereof and of the State in which they reside The nativeborn Chinamen voted almost unanimously against giving American women the bal lot and the small adverse ma jority by which the amendment was defeated was just about equal to the number of Chinese voters in the State Hence it was the Chinese vote of California which decreed that Mrs Jane L Stan ford should be kept upon the same political level as a foreign born ChinamanETHEL 0 AVERY NEW CURE FOR CANCER All surface cancers are now known to he curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duffield Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it and it is perfectly well nowI cure for outs and burns all druggists J r 1 Sn- i L STAMPING GROUND Mr Smith Johnson and wife of Frankfort visited Mr Jacob L Johnson and wife this week IMr J W Agee and daughter Allie were guests of Mr Al vin Duvall and family Saturday and Sunday familyhavereside Mr S L Perry is gradually going down hill in health IDiedAt the home of its infant daughter of Mr Wm T Carter aged 21 months Rev G W Hill con ducted the funeral services at North Fork Baptist Church at Switzer on Thursday The Buffalo Springs Poultry Yards have 800 fine young chick inoubatorsItheres more to follow Lr L D Bourne and family of Windfall id are visiting rel atives here Mr J L Wilkerson of Cincin nati 0 accompanied by his aunt Miss Alice Dickerson of Walnut Hills 0 are guests of Mr Geo E Wilkerson and wife Mr Sallee the well digger has made a fine success having struck one stream of water at 05 feet and at the Academy at 80 feet He is now at work at Mr W 0 WiggintonsThe dads have had good pumps put in the new wells UNOI Dr Weaver Treatment jrcp for tho blood Cerate far ekln eroptiane LIVERYSTABLE SOLD Mr Keene McGiunis line sold his livery stable on Main street the old Church Bros Stable to Messrs Howard and Walter JefI possesIIsion should receive a duo share of the public patronage HOW TO GO TO CALIFORNIA Travel via the Chicago Union Pacific Northwestern Line Two fast through trains per dayI The Overland Limited lighted less than three days en route The California Express through service to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland The Best of Everything Full particulars on application to W B Kniskern P T M C N W- Ry Chicagc UUleEarlyRlsers The famous littte pills GRASSNurseries SPRING 1905 Treos by the Million Fruit and shade Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything usually found at such an establishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and Strawberry catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 218m t A iv W tJi Ipj TRUSI MAKING IN NEW JERSEY New Jerseys trustmaking in dl1l try the deliberate purpose she held and carried out of making the factcryIspresent decline by Lincoln Steffens in the May McClures which con tains the second half of his story ofII A Traitor State Ho seizes upon the incontrovertible salient facts and handles them with char acteristic virility and power The story takes from his brain a tinge of his own broad Americanism and passes beyond merely local significance It is of stirring in terest to every American makingIsabused her frailty and discredited her corporation laws SUoh soanr dais as the Shipbuilding Trust which failed Syndicate of 520percentMiller fame which ended In prison other unfortunate Jersey andI panies brought a Jersey mean to many men nothing but danger Now New Jerseys Gov ernor is urging legislation to in sure the faithful administration of companiesThereached in her greed So did the trusts she licensed and the abuse is bringing its own business The feelingof oureIcan best be sition two of them made to me one was the president of one of the oldest and leanest corporations In the country the other a corpora reputationTheyfacts if I would write an article showing the methods by which some typical big corporations were being wrecked Why were they willing to tell Because they said the financial licentiousness and the criminal corruption of the financial rings they had in mind were a menace to corporate and all other business And their exam ples were all taken from Jersey made trusts or from the operations of men interested in the exploita tion of that State whiuh protected the wreckers v II DO IT TODAY- injupctionNever genIerallhacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it 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 a cure us it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 76c At all druggists lyr Takes the burn out heals the wound cures the pain Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil the house hold remedy 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 ad vantage of variable routes SAML E HUTTON G P A- 80td Iii I iY JIdU 0 Itvr t KABOI lOur Dollar Corset I IrEJ M Is the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it praisingitFrankfort is the home of J E M JEMSold Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 61U FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIAL RATES KnightTemplnr Ky May 2427th One and one third fares for the round trip Dates of sale May 2824 Final limit May 27- SAML E HUTTON G P A 81td 4ia TRESPASSERS TAKE NOTICE personsthatper day to all persons fishing in my pond Trespassers will be prosecuted RICHARD MORRIS 324t ICrescent snoilest Route AND Quickest Soneflule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN LCINCINNATII SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND iTEXAS POINTS 1Write for Rates and Printed Matter CaEe GLHRKEcT P AJ89 Male StreetLexington Keata krI tJ tr t 1 I ATTEINXIOlN RARVYERS l a Now is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for j Strongest r in the- World 1 i r 307309 Main St Both Phones TERRIBLE ACCIDENT Automobile Scorchers Meet With Bad Smash Up and Seri ous Injuries A couple of big automobiles with Lexington politicians came here Thursday morning by way of Georgetown and proceeded to have a high old time They raced thromh the streets on both sides of the river at breakneck speed and narrowly escaped run ning over a number of people while engaged Late in the evening thev had become loaded to the guards and Started on the return trip They went up Main street at a 50 mile gait scattering terror to pedes trians and drivers of vehicles in all had gone shout two tulles out on the Versailles pike one of the machines in attempting to pass the other in the mad race left the down a six occupants out and smashing the machine to atoms A man by the name o Lewis Combs had his skull crushed in and was otherwise hurt James Doyle had one ear nearly severed and several gashes cut in his head Luke Doyle was scratched and bruised It was at first thought that Combs was killed but was finally brought round but is yet Inn very dangerous condition James was knocked senseless O H Demarne and Dr C K Wallace were summoned to the scene while James Doyle was brought into town and his wounds dressed Dr E E Hume The only wondor is that any of the party escaped death The ohaffpurs were arrested by a deputy sheriff and Judge Polsgrove assessed a flue of 10 each against themThe outrageous way in which they raced their machines through our streets met the condemnation of every one and regret was felt that no heavier fine could be assessed JETTIn this city on Friday night to Mr Alvin D Jett and wifefi daughter NEWTONIn this city on Wed nesday to Mr Charles C frewton a FOR MAYOR Dr E E Humo has been an nounced as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Dr Humo is a first class gentleman with large busi ness Interests in the city and ifelected would make a good Mayor CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con poor patient and the rich lltoo can do much bdtter at home b proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup so Is a good nights rest and the- absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest dange- and dread of the 7 larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime will find that Lt thousands ofthereof the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that Use German Trial bottle S6c regular size 76c At all drug lIsts yrI iiJ tI l J by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and also have Fertilizers tobacco Tarpaulins protecting your psiIj Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements 1 directionsi squnrelyinto 4Doyle BIRTHS son- OANDIDATE consumptionis morningis consumptive takingLconsumptives Pittsburgh Perfect STEEL FENCESWelded Poultry P C SOWER 8c CORESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT The German Benevolent of Frankfort Ky adopted resolutions of the of former Brother C LutkemeierWhereas W 0 Lutkemeier has obeyed the last summons of our Lord on High whose will it was to take him from the midst of his dear family and all his friends at large his gentle spirit has joined the loving ones who have long before crossed the dark waters where pain and sorrow no longer are known and stands on yonder brighter shore to welcome the loving ones he has left behind to that blessed land of eternity- As a husband and father he was affectionate and kind his hand was ever open to the cry of the needy with the true and noble spirit of Christian As a Coun cilman and a member of the Board andfduties and while a member of this Lodge he was an honor to the itILodge ten- to and children our sincere condolence and our earnest sympathy in their dark hours of sorrow and that a copy of these resolutions be pre sented to the bereaved family and two local papers the Call and Roundabout be requested to pub lish the same JOS GOBBER- JAMES SOWER ALP SORGCommittee Frankfort Ky April 21 05 THANKS We are indebted to an friend for a copy of the Trinidad Col News containing a hand some writeup of that city and adjoining country It is indeed marvelous the of this section of the far west which has come to pass in the last few years We desire to thank our friend for his kindly remembrance Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrnp purifies tho blood Cerate heals skin eruptions MEMORIAM In ovine remembrance of our dear Iiusbaurliiwl father Mr Wm Duke who died April 28 1002 Papas gone but not forgotten Never will his memory fade Sweetest thought will ever linger Around the grave where he is laid Wo loved him oh yes we loved him moreyThe golden gates were opened ComegHe calmly entered home It was hard to part with papa Oh so sad to see him die But then we will try and meet him rSome sweet day by and by FROM HIS LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN FINE WATCH RECOVERED Col Dick Bakers fine watch1 which bad been stolen Millbrook Farm home has been re covered in Cincinnati t iC f 7 EASILY DECIDED This Question Should be Answered Easily by Frankfort People Which is wiserto have con fidence in the opinions of your fellow citizens of people you know or depend on statements made by utter strangers residing in far away places Read the followingMrs Lagle of 527 North St Clair street wife of M D Lagle proprietor of barber shop near the depot says For some four or five years I hardly knew what it was to be free from an irregularIsame symptomsidistressing Although I tried different remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learned of Deans Kidney Pills mid procured a box at J W Gayles drug store I had taken but a few doses of this good preparation when I realized XI was re gaining my health and on a con tinuation of the treatment I found my condition so much im proved as to be almost beyond belief For all of this I owe my thanks to Doans Kidney Pills PriceI50the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other Y M a A CONCERT The Ceoillan Concert given under the auspices of the Y M C A on night tt the Opera House was a delightful occasion The singing of Miss Bertello was classic and elegant the violin performances of Mr Oliver was superb and the pianola accompani monte by Mr Frankel perfec- tIt was enjoyed by a fairly good audience LIVERY STABLECHANGES HANDS Mr C C Hazelrigg has purchased the livery and sale stable and carriage manufactory of Mr possesIis private FORGET BOUT YOUR ST MACH If your digestion is bad tho vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion 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 recuperates and grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more E L Babcock Amherst Minn says I have taken a great many rem edies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belch ing Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its preparation is the result of may years of research Sold by J W Gayle t r itlJ1R llJi Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL J 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky NAVAL RECRUITING STA TION B Naval Recruiting Station B RoomIdays party Naval Recruiting Party No8 and isI composedas follows D Ellis Hamburger U S N in charge- D W Rawlings Gunners Mate F J Brown and J F Wester berg Seamen Their quaint and fetching attire has attracted a good deal of attention upon the streets Up to the hour we wfite the following young men have been examined accepted and sworn into the service F J Sorjir baker Ben Marshall Jr W P Mandeville C J Scheitinger Apprentice Seamen Messrs John Corbott George Matern Noiman Emmit and Granville Dupuy have been exam ined but will have final examina tions later The office closes at p in to day and the party leaves at 1018 tomorrow- The recruiting office will be opened at Ashland on Monday May J and will be open until Saturday May 0 C A eat roa = AHears the- Slgnaturt ef TelephoneNo IScrntch c chscrntch unable to attend to business durum the day or sleep during the night Itching pileshorrible plague Doans Ointment cures Never fails At any drug store 50 cents LOW RATES TO LOUISVILLE VIA L N FOR SPRING RACESMay Tickets will ho sold May nth and 10 limited to May 29th Also on May 10th to May 27th Inclusive limited to three days after date of sale at fare and onethird round- trip and on May 21nt 22d and 28d at one faro plus twentyfive cents round trip limited to May 25th LOW RATES TO LEXINGTON VIA L N ACCOUNT RACES May 89 ST73 115Round Trlp116 Tickets on sale trot Jall stations in Kentucky to Lexington on May 2d and 3d limited to May JOth and from May 4th to May Nth inclusive limited to three days from date of saleTo accommodato people return ing from races a special passenger train will leave Lexington for Nay8ding Frankfort 055 p m tt Will Conform to the mostr i Jt uneven round t f f tk We for beds for cro Society following theI unknown development Thursday gradually SPRING 1Frankfort 1Qamy FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA il SOUTHERN RAILWAY ri Denver Col Qne way 2425 ti round trip 4080 Oklahoma City 0 T one way ot1 1815 round trip 2255 Enid 0 T one 1785 KtOhicknshu1880 round trip Tulsa Irrt one 23501round trip 1990 Wichita Kansas one way 1070 roundtrip 085lFt Worth Tex one yi1970 round trip 2485FEl Paso Tex one way 2890 round trip 8680 tfk San Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2580 One way colonist tickets will be sold at rates quoted above on IMarch 21 and round trip Home seekers tickets on March 7th find 21st via Southern Railway Cor 1fiJ respondingly low rates to other points in the West and Southwest winformationC T A Louisville Ky or ad lIdress T W Crews T P A Lexingr 4 ton KyYI C H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky G B Allen A G P A StkLouis Missouri td 1v3fti gonuinLaxativethe remedy flint rnt n n eId in ORe day f WON A NAME OF FAME y ttheh harmless and gentle action upon y tho bowels and liver They have no equal for billiousness consti pation etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you n feel sick Once used always pre ferred They strengthen Sold by J W Gayle I STRANGER I IUELlO Where Have You Been You Seem 1otlBe Loaded Down Why Huvoyou not heard of Friend i John C Quires Store a IYon can get moro goods for a little money than any where Lookat all this Anybody f t t 10UrHetle about it Hurrah for the selfmade merchant Go to his store and you wilL find what I tell you is tho truth Good Goode Cheap For Gash t t 282m I SsJ k1bofI 4r1 S U JOHNSON COWe take pleasure in announcing that Mrs Utterback the head of it iourdress making department has returned from New York and is J to show many beautiful French and New York designs OUR SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENT Under the management of Miss Charlie Wilson Is now prepared an 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 lookW9 take pleasure In t Iwith our beautiful and varied line of laces muslins jt and silks THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT that the millinery departJOHNSON HOGE wish to announce ment will positively be closed out this spring REGARDLESS OF COST 1i We have a fine line of trimmed and untrimmed hats flowers feathers wings and ribbons ttYouwill find our milliner ready to give you remarkable prices over your last years hat You can get a felt hat so cheap you will save money by buying L now and be ready for next fall COjI RELIGION FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 78 po mr Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran- gersJ to join Baraoa Bible Class at 045 taugh Jty the pastor- Baptistr Young Peoples Union will meet tin the chapel at 68 p m Leader=Joseph Rossen Topic The All Inclusive Pray ar- Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780- Visitors cordially invited Seat tree p recItor1100 a m anc t r sermonIWednesday afternoon at Prayer and Litany z Friday evening at 780 Teachers Meeting and Bible Study These services are all open to the public CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preaoh at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m in the chapel 5S Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 680 p m Leader Mrs John M Banta Topic The Guiding Hand in 1Our Lives Junior Society will meet on Trlday afternoon at 8 oclock in chapelt Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 ra- Sundayschool at 080 a in Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evon iilK at 780 yEverybody invited to attend 1 CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev t Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass tt 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayhohool at 2 p Vespers at 780 p m 111Ii FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 3HUROHiRov McClusky Blay noy D D the pastor will preach At 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society of Ohrlb tiara Endeavor at 645 p m tt Prayermeeting Wednesday even I t ing at 780 p in All young people are invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vanght the pastor will at 111 m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m League at 8 p m Slv Senior League at 7 p in Prayermeeting on Wednesday overling at 780 tend Visitors cordially invited to at af CEDAR CHAPEL Bro T N Arnold will preach at this churchr tomorrow 0 Prayermeeting at 780 p m on Wednesday in the chapel r ST JOHNS IN THE WILDER NESSRev A B Ohinn will con duct service at this church at 880 p in on Sunday t ttlnlEarly Risers The IXITKHM Httto plN i l- Easter Monday Sale If you come to our store you will be surprised at the prices winch you can buy Silks and Suitings- A Silk sold the world over at 125 to 150 strickly war ranted and full 86 inches wide we place at 100 per yard Others in proportion Ginghams and Madras Ginghams Madras and other Wash Goods was 12Jc and I5c 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 moro Curtain Swisses lOc a yard and up both dots and stripes FIf J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Guranteed8- 343m Iicyrin- EQUITABLETHE 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 R Wilson District Manager Frank C Hutchison Local Representative 1805 SAVANNAH AND RE TURN 8080 FT WORTH AND RETURNVIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on solo from Georgetown to Savannah May 18thand 14th with final limit May 20th with privilege of extension to June 15 1005 To Ft Worth May 15th 10th and 17th with final limit of lfAY 81st Ask ticket agent for particulars Dr Weaver Syrup FariiM the blood t Cent oJstment for the skin L Jd SPECIAL OFFER IN THE DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT Mohair Shirts Waist Suits made to order1400Silk Shirt Waist Suits made to order 1500 Dont 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 STOCKSrOUR PRICES ARE ALL RIGHT BELOW WE QUOTE A FEW FOR YOU TO SEE Best Blue Print 4c Good Wide Brown Cotton5cYard Wide Bleached Cotton 5c Felt 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 Cotton3cPin-s Per Paper2cFlower-ed Ribbon PaintsOils Etc FRANKFORT Satisfaction LIFE DEIWITT DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals outs burns boils bruises piles and 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River Louisvillet No 102 Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 910 m Arrives am New Orleans Special No Leaves iSOl p m Arrives m No Local Mall No 122 435pmForConnection to and from Elizabeth- town Hodgenville and Sunday service to Elizobethtown and Hodgen vine Stops at all stations No Accommodation No 180 Leaves 480 p m Arrives 935 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgenville and Elizabethtown except oa Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Dally CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Slpature of C N 0T P RY Homeseekers Excursion to Michigan via Queen Cres cent Route rt Tickets on sale April 18th and May the 2d and 10th 1905 at 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 lor W C Rinearson G P AM Cincinnati 0 IETW- EENLouisville AND Chicago TOCALIFoRNIA t AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE TIONCiICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleel E H BACON D P A ItA nCor4thand3iarketStr TmitnB t t dIfft I Written for the Roundabout SELF AND RABYA STORY FOR BOYS y Rn1 Carr came into the hot kitchen where his mother was ironing Seating himself on the emptywoodbox he wiped the- perspiration from his red face and t said It is no use trying mother I couldnt cut that wood in five yearsM Carr put her iron to the r fire looked at her son with real sorrow depicted on her thin face for the moment uncertain what course to pursue Raby took ad vantage of her silence to continue Its awful hot working mother A fellow would soon get sunstruck out at that woodpile But Crocker went by just a while ago with his new fishing pole Its only a half mile to Elkhorn Cant I go His mother took up her hot iron j and began pressing the pretty per cale shirt breathing a prayer for her idle selfish boy Didnt you promise Raby to out wood today if your father consented to let you go to the school picnic He needed you so much in the field but I needed your assistance in my work too Is it generous my boy to take every pleasure without thinking of the feelings or wishes of others iY If you are a selfish boy you will become a selfish man Do you fnever consider your idle ways and unfinished duties Oh mother bother the work t He came close to her side laid an arm about her neck and softly rubbing his cheek against her own whispered Please let me go this time There is plenty of time to cut the wood I can do it in a week It was useless to try to reason with Raby He always had his way So Mrs Carr kissed him gave permission to go as he knew she would and the boy went oft whistling a merry tune Raby Carr was not a lazy boy but his work was never finished He would begin a task with vim and determination but growing tired as he had of the wood cut ting he would stop and start at the very first new thing that pre sented itself There are many such who wrestled with self caughtrwere soon fishing in real earnest Bud was a quiet oldfashioned boy who did his work systematically so fishing was a pleasure after his work at home was fin ished He had patience too and was rewarded by catching a stringI of nice fish tt Ruby grew weary of fishing 4 threw down his pole chased a squirrel until he was out of breath tore his trousers in climbing through the wire fence and then declared he must cross the river to see Tom Burns about the game of ball that he was to play the next Saturday It pears to me Raby said Bud that you are never satis fied If I did as you do my work would be thrown all about the farm You can never accomplish anything if you go through life in this careless manner and your mother is so good I should think your conduct would worry her to deathOh bother your preaching old Bud cant a fellow have no fun but must work like a mule all day I am going to be a man before Iwork all the time Oh say now when did you ever work Id love to know replied BudYou have never finished that garden patch and them sums Miss Annie gave you to work by Tuesday and you have never been to school since You know you promised lame Alex a boat and he has been asking me whats be come of you these last two weeks Well I declare said Raby 9f you havent made out a long list of complaints I forgot all about Alexs boat but its almost finished and you may tell him that Ill work at it right away What are the rest of my sins young smarty Bob smiled- I have many more but if told it would make you mad Oh no it wont cried Raby I vow not to get angry I really must be an awful idle fellow and an evesore to the neighborhood Mother gave mea raking down o JW l t1i before I started and I ought to have cut the wood before I came out with you- Thats it Rain you could save your mother many steps timid Ma said only yesterday that Mrs Carr was so thin she feared if she took her bed she would never leave it again I thought of you Raby as I listened How you loved your mother and how grieved you would feel if she died this year If sho died this year Raby Carr looked at his friend full half a second before he found time or breath to answer What can I do for her Bud I love my mother better than anything on earth Oh Ican not bear to have the thought of her dying It will be pretty hard work Raby this conquering self but you know just how to do it Go home pickup every bit of your unfinished work Get that in good shape resolving never to begin anything without you are sure you can finish it I must go now so Ma can fry these fish for supper Take two for your mother and if you will come justhowples and Bud went home Raby Carr considered very seri GreenIwoodnow looked at her ironing It was his shirt she was doing up He stopped abruptly wiped the fall ing tears and silently looking up to heaven asked God to forgive him and spare his mother His precious mother No boy ever had a better one He re solved to go first to the woodpile and cut up the wood before going to the house How glad she would be then he would tell her of his love and his difficulties She could help him He quickened his walk and soon reached his work It was some distance from the house and the wind was blowing so hard his quickstrokes failed to reach his mothers ear The perspiration poured from his face His breath came quick and hard his arms and back ached while the sun seemed never to send down such scorching rays but he was now earnestly working for his dear mother and the big pile of wood must be cut as he had promised Now every singe stick met its master and gathering up an armful the brave boy walked to the house with high color and firm step He threw the wood in the box as his mother looked up surprise depicted upon her weary face but uponitShe caught Ruby to her heart exclaimingWhy you here What has happened my boy I am here myidlelast been conquered What am I to do next Mrs Carr in relating the story to her husband declared that she never knew what she told veryhappinessnever felt so capable of doing great as well as noble things as when his mother kissing him saidGo on my son in the sweet path of duty and mother will soon be strung and happy God HubylI to suppose very desirable or very pleasant at first but he had determined to conquer self and many a fight had ho with the troublesome fellow Gathering up unfinished work hnrdshipbuthe finished the numerous tasks Miss Annie was pleased with his school work and Bud had been true to his promise making the examples very plain Alex Lane was happy over the new boat whose maker helped to sail it in the horse trough Mrs Carr thinks it something longeridleCarr told me only yesterday he could trust his boy to do any piece of farm work being reliable daysIf I had written his experience he would gladly say to my boy read ers that the wisest thing he congterelf a IFortho Roundabout IN MEMORY Of Mrs Mahala Lewis who died at the home of her daughter April 1905 She was a devoted member of the Christian Church ut Antioch Our loved friend has gone from the cares of earth to the joy of heaven Calmly she sleeps be neath the cold sod hands folded sweetly smiling oven in death No trace of the suffering and agony she so patiently endured But with sweet resignation to Gods will the tired toilworn spirit has soared to fields eternal and folded its weary pinions rest ing now in the arms of Him who died that we might live Hard loved one the struggle how can we give thee up But thy wilJ oh God be done We have strewn thy grave with roses watered them with tears Soon alas they will fade but in our hearts thy name and form will ever live Farewellsweet be thy rest dear est friend and when death comes may it find us too resigned and in that bright beyond we will clasp glad hands and part no more Death has called away the loved one In the lonely grave to Jie restingIn sky M S STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will give a Supperinsoon as these delicious berries are ripe Due notice will be given of the exact date These ladies are 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