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Digital page images are linked to the text file. g l itfsotlat t 8oeid at I t THE FMMFOKH ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEMOTED TO jCJOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance r YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY lTaRDAY MARCH 30 1907 No 28 For the Roundabout of ONE SUNNY DAY March seemed to have grown bold in bringing with her every possibility of spring In her hands were wood wild violets In her hair the blossom of dQ and her garments of of green draWigw re cool and refresh ing as if sw the wearer had never known bleak winds and howling a methods of despair We talked of the change In weather Our farmer comparing the present with the past and wishing for rain The house mother desired nothing so much as housecleaning getting no ready for taking down stoves taking up carpets and getting rid of dust and ashes generally The children God bless them had so much of Christian grace that no complaint was heard They enjoyed the out of doors sunshine and the merry prattle of voices at play came in through the open window as sweet as songs from the dressed up birds who thought the day was Easter and they must dedicate as well as deco rate The wise man grew silent and even forgot to smile We asked our selves the question as to the why and wherefore but echo answered never a word Some how the woman was holding her own with remarkable skill and Christian like endeavor There must be a reason for it and would you believe it that a bird in the tree top heard the story told it to Brer Rabbit who was hunting a nest for a Easter eggs and who repeated it to me But you know Rachel that I was not in earnest when we visit ed the Isle of Play I love you dear Im not bound by any creed or Doctrine Where thou goest I will go where thou livest I will live thy pee pie shall be my people thy God my AJSd would you have believed it The womsn smiled turned herself about and declared that men were so- inconsiderate she for one must accept the first chance and take in charge this wise man whom she felt assured could never on earth take care of himself It wap a case of charity and though the necessity was great she felt that love would work a way and the sun shine come into their lives To every one of us who had looked on in the shadows there resulted a sure enough thanksgiving and we re solved when the time came to sur prise these two friends with the sweetest gift of remembrance in the power of wealth or affection The wise man turned over new leaves He laughed and whistled at the plow Arm and arm went the two lovers across the field when she had taken the noon day lunch for him They sat once more on enchanted ground No fairy land of Joy could l surpass their dreams of happiness While we looked on in glad anti ception of the dreams to be Thej earth was no longer a narrow round of every day toil The quality of mercy was nbt strained Forgiveness proved a salve of wondrous power and love was the balm in Gilead- I planted my garden seed with new resolve The flowers in the pit had greater attractiveness The gather lug in of eggs the care of the poultry nay even the smallest event in the days history was registered in sun f shine Life was really an open book in which one could find comfort and rest Why had none of us seen what fate had always intended the mere ing of these two lives made for each other why had none of us been peace makers between them But there was no longer need for tears All the rest of days the sun light of affection would shine for these as well as for us and we could well exclaim In to each life a day of rain In to each heart the sunshine came N S COX NARROW ESCAPE Mr Morton VoUd son of Mr Jo- B s Wood was driving along the Georgetown pike near the residence Mr W J Lewis on Saturday when the clip holding the shaft to the axle broke letting the shafts fall on the legs of the young mare he was driving The frightened animal flashed down the pike and the buggy was dragged wobbling along behind It Mr Wood was thrown over the back the buggy landing on the back of his head The frightened horse ran on and in a short tithe ran against telephone pole stripping itself loose from the buggy Mr Wood was bruised on his head and rendered unconscious for about half an hour his left hip and right arm also were bruised but luckily bones were broken When we saw him at Providence Church Sunday afternoon he was all right except feeling sore from his fall It was a narrow escape for had he remained in the buggy fifteen feet further he would have been Instantly killed when the horse ran against the telephone pole The buggy was smashed to pieces The runaway mare was caught by friends a short while afterwards Dr G W Montfort who lives at Woodlake was soon on the ground and made an examination showing that Mr Wood was not seriously hurt The News No pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough Cures were like Dr Snoops Cough Cure is and has been for 20 years The National Law now re quires that if any poisons enter into cough mixture it must be printed on the label or package For this reason mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poisonmarks on Dr Shoops labels and none in the medicine else it must by law be on the label And its not only cafe but it is aaldto be bythose that know it best a truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chance particularly with your children Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with others and see No poison marks there You can always be on the safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any other Sold by all dealers BUGGY HORSE DIES FROM BEING OVERDRIVEN On Sunday afternoon about 530 a young man drove a buggy and horse on to the St Clair street bridge and when about half way across the ani mal fell in the shafts It was un hitched from the buggy assisted to its feet again and walked out Bridge street in front of Mr E M Williams coal office where it fell again and died It is said the animal had been over driven on that warm afternoon given too much water and the result fol lowed Loss 125 Littllera Early Risers Thee famous lifti plYlll SUNDAY NIGHTS RE- Fine Horse and Bu Destroyed At 1040 oclock onjWunday night an alarm from boxes 15znd16 called the department o used by Mr George a r On corner of the alley on Cdpltal iiue between Fourth Avenueand GaiaiDeil streets When the departmenarrived the stable was a mass of and was falling indOne or two coal hoes and the kitchen of Mr Grant Li Roberts all close by were slightly damaged by the blaze In the stable was aIne buggy horse three vehicles harness and pro vender all the prbpertsrjSf Mr Qeo Baker the proprietor of Frank fort Distillery which were destroyed The loss summed up between 2 000 and 2500 Ji- sR FOUND AT LASTr r i J A Harmon of Slzeiwre West Va says At last I havljf und the perfect pill that never disaSipbints me and for the benefit of dthiSrs afflicted with torpid liver and chrpnifyconstipa tion will say take New Life Pills Guarantie iiidfactory 25 cents at all Drugitf WRECK OF CO1 ftDAY MORNING r A freight train oftrRailway had four cars tracknear the old Dudie ides east of this city ns domltory of the CoM Normal School on Satufd ei ing earlytTh-e wrecking t nJ ed and the w some three or Ifour noufs f All morning trains from the were delayed several hours in r a ing this city REMAINS BROUGHT HOME IrOR INTERMENT The remains of Mrs Jane Holly wood Butler relict of the late IrEdward Butler the finest plasterer were OhioonlMonday her husband In the Catholic cemetery Mr Butler had been dead several year This brings to mind the fact that Mr Butlers death was caused by the fall of a brick wall on the premises now occupied by Mrs L C Kendall on Main street- LAWRENCEBURG STILL WET After a hot fight on Monday last Lawrenceburg voted to remain wet The vote stood wet 231 dry 154 ma jority for wet 77 votes It is charged that men were bought like cattle The ladles and children plead with the men to vote against whisky WOOD MANTELS We have a nice Assort ment of Wood Mantels They are all the go nowY Come and see them HAMMOND CO ITS A PLEASURE TO VISIT C KAQIN BROS STORE In every department the eye of the visitor is attracted by the novelties either in Ladies and Misses Suits Coats Skirts Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Etc SILK AND WOOLEN FABRICS Sheer White Lawns Linens and trimmings to make up and adorn womans dress such as Hand Bags Belts Ladies Neckwear Belt Buckles Etc Dainty new Embroideries and Laces of every con ceiv iblepatern4 1 ings oadoxn heautif tho Lace Curtains Rugs Draperies Quilts Table and Dresser Scarfs Pillow Tops Etc All of which are offered in general at prices no other store in the city can afford to sell them for These are only a few specials we offer Ladies Suits 1250 Others up to 4500 Ladies Coats beautiful mixtures 500 Others up to 1500 Ladies Silk Eton Jackets 650 Ladies Silk Loose Coats 500 Panama Skirts 6 50 values 500 Voile Skirts plaited style 1000 Others up to 2500 White Lawn Waists trimmed with lace 100 pairOthers1000 yards Embroidered Edges worth up to 8 l3c yard only oc yard Val Lace 2ic 3c oc up to 25c yard Pillow Tops in beautiful colorings loc C KAGIN BRO NO 4M3 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY NOTICE Owing to the fact that we have had stock injured domestic fowls killed gates left open and have suffered much annoyance and loss from hunt ers fishermen and trespassers we are forced to prohibit hunting fishing and trespassing on our premises under penalty of the law HINDE BAKER March 30lin SALE OF FINE FARM The fine Woodford county farm be longing to the estate of the late Mr Sanford W Gain Jr was sold by Commissioner Lewis A Nuckols at the courthouse door in Versailles on Monday last to Mr R I N Mason of Virginia for 6150 per acre The farm contained 71V acres and the land is firstclass in every respect The sale was made at the suit of the heirs to settle the estate RESIGNED We regret to learn that Dr J W Hill the able and efficient Superin tendent of the Institute for Feeble minded Children has resigned his position and vulll remove with his family to Versailles next month Dr Hill is an upright honorable Christian gentleman and has man aged the Institution over which he has presided with signal ability and successWe congratulate our neighbor city upon the acquisition of this splendid gentleman and his accomplished wife We commend them heartily to the good people of Woodford Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart palpi tation Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Regulets act gently and cure yourI r IWeitzels Easter Opening Specials in Ladies and Misses Spring Jackets PERSONAL Miss Nellie Marshall is visiting rela fives in Ohio Mrs W E Bradley left Monday for New York City Judge T R BcBeath reporter of the New York City Mr Geo H Stehlin visited relatives in Louisville on Sunday Mrs W B Rodman spent this week with relatives in Louisville Miss Mary Glenn visited the Louisville Exposition this week Mrs Albert G Jeffers visited friends in Georgetown last week Mr Wm Cromwell and wife visited in Louisville this week Mrs W G Chapman visited friends in Louisville this week Hon R P Ernst of Covington was in the city on Wednesday Mr J Tevis Cobb of Richmond Iifflrj = as in I the city Tuesday Prof C J Norwood of Lexington was in the city Tuesday Co Moses A Glenn left Sunday for a trip to Southern Kentucky Judge A Rollins Burnam of Rich mond was here on Tuesday Mr C Steele Reading has returned from a visit to Shelby county Mr J Arnold Batterton of Louis- vIlle visited friends here Sunday Mr Howard Black of Minnesota r visited at his old home this week Capt I T West and wife return ed Thursday from a trip to Irvine Col E H Taylor Jr has returned from a business trip to Chicago Ills Miss Wilyun Shipp Is at home from Oxford Ohio for the Easter holidays Mr W J Roberts has gone on a business trip to Eastern Kentucky Col Geo F Berry and wife have returned from an auto trip to Beatty vineMrs W S Johnson was the guest of Mrs W D Roy in Louisville this weekMr W H McAlpin left Thursday on a business trip to Western Ken tuckyMrs Albert T Kirtley and daugh ter visited relatives in Louisville this weekMr B Todd Crutcher wife and sons visited relatives in Louisville SundayMrs H H Roberts visited relatives in Shelbyville and Louisville this week Mr Attilla Cox Jr of Louisville was in the city on legal business TuesdayMiss Jacque Ellwanger Is at home from Oxford Ohio for the Easter holidaysMrs A H Kaltenbrun and daughter left Monday for a visit to LouisvilleMrs E Hume and daughter Miss Eleanor have gone to New York City Col Geo F Berry and wife took- a trip to Beattyville this week in a l touring car Mr Walter Crady hasT q returned i rx j I iJ xauw qS Commencing today arid continuing all next week we will have on special display our great ner stock of Silks and Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods Towels Bed Spreads Table Linens Lace and Bobinet Curtains Tailored Suits Dress Skirts Spring Wraps and Jackets Shirt Waists Silk Underskirts Muslin and Net Underwear Corsets Hosiery Gloves Handkerchiefs Ribbons Our prices are always the lowest See our special line of Easter Cards Bells Ducks Chickens Rabbits and other attractive novelties diaries JpWeitzel I i from a visit to his son at Buffalo Larue county Judge Jno F Hager of Ashland was in attendance upon the U S Court Saturday V General Deputy Collector Chas O Reynolds of Lexington was in the city Wednesday Hon J Will Clay Representative from Montgomery county was in the city on Tuesday Miss Elise Dandridge is at home from college in Washington City for Easter holidays Judge B L D Guffy of Morgan town was in the city on Wednesday- on legal business Mr Frank Cannon was the guest of his sister Mrs Jno P Starks in Louisville Sunday Mrs Harry B McCoy and children of Lexington are guests of her sister Mrs O B Demaree I Miss Ida Roberts came home for the Easter holidays from Science Hill Academy Shelby ville Rev I W Bruner agent of the Kentucky childrens Home has been in the city this week Mrs Guy Barrett and daughter Miss Cheatham Rodman visited relatives in Louisville this week Judge F R McBath reporter of the Court of Appeals left Saturday for his home at Leltchfield Gen N B Hays wife and children visited her father Mr James Montgomery at Princeton this week Miss Lizzie MoEwan and nephew Master William McEwan of Pitts burg are guests of relatives herei Master Marshall Adams is the guest of his grandparents Mr A K Mar shall and wife in Mason county Judge T H Paynter and wife were guests of their daughter Mrs M K Yontz in Louisville this week e Misses Helen ORear and Miss Ida Roberts have returned from Science Hill Shelbyville for Easter holidays Mrs Oscar Hooker of Jamestown k Y who is now living here is visiting friends in Louisville this week Mrs M B Adams and son Charles left for Mason county on Tuesday afternoon to visit her parents Mr Miss Edith losey and Virginia Gray are at home for the Easter holidays from Caldwell College Danville Mr Frank K Rodman of Cincin nati was the guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife on Tuesday Mrs J M1 Garrett of Woodford county who has been the guest of Mrs Thos P Averill has returned home j Mr Thos B Rodman of Mt Sterling was the guest of his par ents Col J L Rodman and wife on TuesdayMr Rodman of Louisville came here with the body of his brother Mr J M Rodman on Wed nesdayMr Chas W Saffell and wife who have been guests of her brother Mr John Morris at Spring Station have returned home I Rev J W Jackson pastor of the Lawrenceburg Methodist Church was 7 I I i j ar to r tthe guest of Rev J OiA Yought on Wednesday Miss Nora Kennedy of Owensboro who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs JD Kennedy West Side has gone home Mrs Margaret Troutman of Bourbon countyVas called here by the serious Illness of her daughter Mrs wF Hearne Miss Aubyn Chinn has been elected President of the Young Womans Christian Association at State College Lexington MrsJo4T Bryan of Louisville was of her sister Miss Joe Murphy on Friday returning home Inainight W4Miss of Nashville Tenn and MlsskAanie Knott of Louisville were i5f Mrs Jno N Crutcher West idi is week Mrs 3Jy Ly Cannon and daughter Florence bfjidway were the guests of CG F Berry and wife at juniper 2Idf11RThursday y jca Jl JTntrlirjnn Post mdet r and t3apt TM Bell Stamp Deputy Cofieqtor 6f eburg were in the city Wednesday 1 JUdgeEj ORear Is spending the tw n the January and April terms of the Court of Appeals upon his farm near Mt Sterling Mr Jos Flnley jailer of Scott county brought three shiners here on Wednesday to be legally released their term of service haying expired Mrs F C Gorin and little daughter of Franklin have joiried her husband Dr F C Gorin iii this city taking rooms with Mrs Mary Smith Shelby street Mrs Belle Stigers and Mrs Della Kirby of Olive Hill who have been visiting their mother Mrs Polly Brawner and their Uncle Mr James M Wakefield returned to their nome Sunday last Mrs Sam SvBush and son of Ken wood Park Louisville who have been guests of Col Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill have returned home Mrs Helen McClure went Jo Louis ville Saturday to visit her father AK Marshall and wife 11 ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frankfort Ky postofilce for the week end- Ing March 23 Belle Mrs Laura Brown Mr Benton Davis Mr Willis Lee Finnell Mr Carney Mr Tom Hays Miss Mattie Helton Mr Nat Joslin Charlie McCarley Miss Mary H McDonald Louie Payton Miss Molie Peevier Mr Jas Polsgrove Miss RuthIRogers Mrs Mary Sargent Mr Lawrence Sexton Mrs Mildred Ttate Mr Will Wilson Mr Gwen When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO K BARNES P M 1 I t i lfiQM rJ1L I f Tailored SnItsfIoI r f NOTICEI i No advance in prices We have the largest cleanest and best selected Wash Goods in J the city including Ginghams Madras Scotch Zephyrs Batiste Printed Lawns and Organdies all bought before the advance Skirts Jackets and SuitsIi It is well known our Skirts are the best tailored and The prices are moderate Swiss and Lace Curtains A variety i of Swiss and Lace Curtains i Fi ft J HEENEYI t Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qualify The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade- Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place y JOHN DRISCOLL i 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky YINDOI SCREENS We Sell the Mostfperfect windowIscreens made Ask us about the- mHAMMOND w 4CO MOVED TO NEW QUARTERSI Dr Jno W Gayle has moved his drugstore from the corner building at Broadway and Ann streets into the new building recently erected specially for him by the owners of the Capital Hotel Dr Gayle has put in the latest and most uptodate fixtures and every thing is in flrstrcmss shape The L N R R now both buildings to arrange for the approaches to the new depot 1 I r k I I A Great Selection of tItfi fit great will raise ti Preventics will pront Uy check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or ait the sneeze stake Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr Shoop Racine Wis will gladly mall you samples and a book on Colds free if you will write him The samples prove their merit Check early Colds with Preventics and stop Pneumonia Sold in 5c and 25c boxes by all dealers d uSyat J NARROW ESCAPE Laudanum Given by Mistake for Other Medicine On Monday last Mrs A W Nazor whose little daughter was ill with t bowel trouble gave her child as she supposed the medicine prescribed by Its physician but was horrified a short time afterwards to discover that she had given the little one a tea spoonful of laudanum the bottle having been placed where she had put the other medicine by mistake Dr J S Goodrich was summoned as soon as the trouble was discover ed and forked with the child for several hours finally succeeding in producing the desired reaction thus saving the life of the lIttlp one Mr Nazor who is an internal revenue storekeeper lives on the Louisville pike some three miles from the city But for the fact that they have telephone connection with the city and the physician was quickly summoned there Is no doubt that the family Tvoujd oWbe mourning the death ofv this bright pretty and attractive Iltt7e darlfngy f We congratulate them upon their escape from this terrible sorrow Never can toll when youll mash a finger or suffer a cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Electric OH instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound READ IT Those in need of buggies surreys phaetons etc should read the advertisement of Mr W F Hearne in todays paper before purchasing He is offering rare bargains THE VERY LATEST THING i Now that the season is upon us when we need screens to keep out flies and misquitoes it behooves us to get the best obtainable Hammond k Co have the best thing In that line we ever saw See them before buying SALE OF FINE FARM The fine Woodford county farm be longing to the estate of the late Mr Sanford W Goin Jr was sold by Commissioner Lewis A Nuckols at the courthouse door In Versailles on Monday last to Mr R I N Mason of Virginia for 6150 per acre The farm contained 711E acres and the land Is firstclass in every respect The sale was made at the suit of the heirs to settle the estate Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Boocetsfnl treatment for blood and skin dlicaiM 11 4 n 3 EastertiShoITIng Of all that is new in the realm of LaUes Wearahles at Special Easter prices A superb exhibit of Snits Silk JU1UIer Suits Skirts Waists Coats Dross Goods Silks Gloves your Easter outfit is bought here you have tile comfrtablesatisfaction of knowing you are stylishly gowned I Skirts prettystylesEaster Specials at 500 1000toJackets Styles that are different eVery inGrey1500Silk very stylish 1200 to 2000 Silk Eton 6 to 13 l FOUND AT LAST J A Harmon of Sizemore West Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others amiete with torpid liver and chronic constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25 cents at all Druggist INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE ADDRESS Dr A T McCormack Secretary o the State Board of Health delivere- a very interesting instructive and ex hantlve address upon the various questions of sanitation at the First Baptist Church In this city on Thursday night last The address was pugent witty and sarcastic and was one that every person interested in the welfare of the community should have heard and address was delivered under the auspicies of the Franklin Count Medical Association We regret that there was not a larger attendance not only of busi ness and professional men but of the house and homeseekers of the city The learned physician gave some starting and alarming facts with regard to the way many of the most deadly diseases are spread broadcast over the State We certainly wish that the address could be repeated with sufficient ad vertising to bring out an audience commensurate with the importance of the theme treated BUGGY HORSE DIES FRQM- OVERDRIVEN BEING On Sunday afternoon about 530 a young man drove a buggy and horse on to the St Clair street bridge and when about half way across the ani mal fell In the shafts It was unhitched from the buggy assisted its feet again and walked out Bridge street in front of Mr E M Williams coal office where it fell again and died It is said the animal had been over driven on that warm afternoon given too much water and the result fol lowed Loss JEWISH PASSOVER The feast of the Passover as cele brated by our Hebrew fellow cttlzens began at sundown on yesterday and will continue for a week Dont let the baby suffer from eczema sores or any itching of the skin Doans Ointment gives Instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for children All druggists sell It Suits Beautiful Etons in pretty mix tures 15 Handsome styles in Silks Voiles or Worsted a very special showing 25 Wool Jumper Suits 10 to 15 Silk Jumper Suits pretty attractive styles 1250 to 2260 TAKE SCHOOL CENSUS IWILL Mr James M Hallnan nightwatch man at the Institute for Feebleminded Children has been elected by the censussdIn the city NOTICE Owing to the fact that we have had stock injured domestic fowls killed gates left open and have suffered buntfaredg and trespassing on our premises under penalty of the lawHINDE BAKER March 30lm Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart palpi tatlon Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Regulets act gently and cure youry100 NEW VEHICLES For Sale Consisting of Buggies Surries Phaetons Carts and RunaboutsAlso line of Har ness Whips Etc Rubber Tires of the best quality put on on short noticeIf want to buy a horse or if you want to sell a horse come to me I will try and supply your wants Come to Hearnes Stable put up and let your wants be known WF HearneMar 80lt To Stop a Cold with Preventics Is safer than to let it run and cure It afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head oft all colds and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling little 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you are chilly If you begin to sneeze try Preventics They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all denlers AYLORJTHE PREMIER r WHISKEYVKENTUCKY E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky sJ I J 7 r Iotl1 61iJA rtJYi Y Dress Goods The most stylish colorings and weaves 38 inch mixt suitings 44 inch novelty stripes 44 inch Voiles Navy Brown Tan Grey or Black L SILKS Block checks exIclusiye FARMERS I 18 Daily No4 Leave AM E PM nil Celebrated ace LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY TIMETABLE IIEFFECIIVE WESTBOUND 21aUy Mls 10Lexington 11I5a0 4319BI57Torrent62Beattyville 545I Athol640 225 Trains coSterlingCamptonTrains BeattyviU BeattyvilleOMCDOWELL SCOTT OHIO KENTUCKY MIsI NoMI 22I IAMLvepHLve IAIAr 800I 10IS1760I III fwpointsWANTED10 Stnte travel distribute samples signsSalaryexpenses SAUNDERS Department Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills KILLTHE COUCH CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew II FOR cONSUMPTION IIPrice Quickest Cure THROAT LUNG TROUB LES MONEY BACK Street Car Schedule Cars leave Main SOUTH FRANKFORT every minutes 1015 LINE FOR LEESTOWN am minutes FOR CEMETERY every minutes Iti110 Traction SALLEE Glo esILong Kid Gloves shades button colored silk gloves Hose Onyx gauze Lisle New spring qualities AND OF NOV 1906 Leave Stations I ol 785 295 955 813 B10 Winchester 912 826 825 L E Junction 900 92 400 City d25 485 95i 457 780 841 1017 518 Junction 707 8tp 1085 587 Ta legs i0 8eo 1115 1043 O K Junction 258 1120 I Nos and 3 will make connections with the f4 will connect with the Mountain Oea and Campton Nos and will make connection at rw CHARLES General Manager GPA AND RAILWAYFNo Ex Stations No 930 285 Jackson 1120 0925 280 O K Jnnctibn a55 1126 128 Lee 610 1222122 Hel haa 618 12E Cannel City b45 1245 men in each to of per day for CO P 178m AND Surest and for all and or and Ann streets FOR 615 a m and 15 un til p FOR PARK unItU630 and every 45 un til 1030 p m 61 30 a m and 45 un p m F V J D Supt FasterSpecial16 175 Hosa in or line black and tan Jackson DailyEx IAr No DailyEx PM Ar Clay MM PM Ar Frankfort i Giiioliuii1j The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 1t3i DailyI INo82lDAILY EXCEPT No811 Not 2 D Frankfort Ar Il 7oollJliv Summit itElkhorn 1101 196 IiII Stamping Ground 3oa47IiiII 1 C S 1U0 620 Newtown 735 Ctutelille 600 Elizabeth 5 6647II Paris Junctn 3825 to Art Paris fLvl 850 544 Connects at Georgetown UnionDepot Connects with Q Central at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Connects N at Frankfort Union Depot wIth L BETWEEN FRANKFOBT CINCINNAT VIA GEORGETOWN P M A MIA PM 200 Frankfort Ar 25 715S45 17 IlijAr Georgetown ArI a 20 nnati sot oo BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARKA M P MPH 200 Lv Frankfort Ar 7715 251 Lv Geor etown ArLv ParIs 620 Ar b610 Ar Cincinnati Lv 256- KENTUCK CENTRAL B R POINTS P247P5441611PISP May viUe L 116Poop Oynthiana L 60216 50AIA Richmond L 20A IMPCincinnati L 25GP GEOBHARPER C W HAY Pre andGen18UP G t Toe Frankfort Roun aboutyw Entered at the postolllce nt Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass inailable matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 30 1907 I SAD DEATH OF FINE YOUNG MAN We were saddened on Wednesday when the news came that genial sunny tempered and jolly John M Rodman had succumbed to an attack of cerebral trouble at an Infirmary In Louisville Mr Rodman was the fourth son of Col Joseph L and Mrs Mattie V Rodman and was born and reared In this city He was universally be likedfor his manly and jovial disposi tion He had served one term as Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture under Commissioner Nicholas McDowell and soon after had moved to Louis ville where he engaged In the insurance business About ten years ago he was married to Miss Evelyn Brown daughter of Gov John Young Brown who with one daughter survive The remains were brought to this city on Wednesday morning where the funeral services were conducted at the Cemetery Chapel by Rev Wm Crowe after which the remains were laid away In the family lot In addition to his wife and daugh ter Mr Rodman leaves his father and mother four brothers and a large circle of friends to mourn his untime ly end Universal sympathy Is extended to the bereft 1 NEW OFFICERS OF FRANKFORT LODGE NO 530 B P O ELKS The following officers were elected by Frankfort Lodge No 530 B P O Elks on Wednesday night Exalted RulerGeo L Barns Leading KnightJudge C E BooB Loyal KnightW Pruett Graham Lecturing KnightGrant L Rob t ertsu J r ssq JOh1rW l SecretaryJohn H Stuart tTllerChas Whitehead Delegate Supreme LodgeJ SwI gert Taylor Alternate Delegate R W McRery TrusteeJohn P Selbert 11 CLEAN UP THE CITYIt The recent warm spell has demonstrated the absolute necessity for a tlmroughl cleaning of the city Any one who has passed along the street anywhere near the corner of St Clair and Main streets for the last ten days can testify that the horrible stench and odors that salute their nostrils clearly show the necessity for some rapid work in the line of getting busy upon the part of the health officer We doubt not there are numerous points where the same state of affairs exists We simply cite this as one point where If some thing is not done to abate the nuis ance there is every likelihood that pestilence will soon be comingI Let the proper authorities proceed at once to clean up all parts of the city before these evils become beyond control PROGRAMII MADE UP The State Agricultural Department has been prepared for the Franklin County Farmers Institute which Is to be held at the Forks of Elkhorn Wednesday and Thursday of next week April 3 and 4 Great interest has been aroused and it is expected that big crowds will be on hand dally Some of the speakers on the Institute repertoire have been assigned to the local institute as will be seen by a glance at the program What the farmers are much inter ested in and what it Is believed will prove a very attractive feature bf the institute will be the showhig of corn and tobacco for cash prizes which have been offered by Commissioner Vreeland The full program for the Institute is as follows Wednesday Morning Session 10 Oclock Invocation Rev Poll South Welcome address Hon South TrlmuleResponseHubert Vreeland Com missioner of Agriculture Afalfa In Kentucky Joseph E Wing Ohio The Burley Tobacco Movement Hon J Campbell Cantrill Afternoon Session v Market Classes and Grades of Beef Cattle and How to Interpret Market QuotationsProf E S Good Ken tucky Experiment Station Lexington Planting anti care of an Orchard Col M F Johnson President State Horticultural Society The raising of Swine Col T W ScottSoil Fertility Joseph E Wing Thursday Morning Session 10 Oclock Baby Beef and Baby Lambs Joseph E Wing Swine Feeding for ProfitProf E S GoodThe Farmers GardenClarence- Sale Jefferson county Afternoon Session Insect Enemies and the Treatment for sameCol H F Johnson Economical Feeding or Fattening SteersProf E S Good Avar Ua gol x6iulums on Corn and Tobacco as follows Tobacco Bright LeafFIrst 5 second 3 Red LeafFirst 5 second 3 Six hands constitute a sample Corn White Any VarietyFirst 3 second 2 Yellow Any VarietyFirst 3 second 2 Twelve ears constitute a sample NoteThe Kings Daughters will I prepare dinner for those in attend ance All farmers interested In the agricultural development of the county and in the tobacco movement are invited to attend B Macklin Pres ident Franklin County Farmers In stitute Sam Mason Secretary Frank lIn County Farmers Institute Hubert Vreeland Commissioner of Agrilcul ture WENT TO LEBANON The Second Regiment Band of this city went to Lebanon on Monday to furnish music while a local option I election was taking place on Tuesday last Grippe or Influenza whichever you like to call it is one of the most weakening diseases Ifnown Scotts Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily die gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medicalscience It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new blood and new fat andstrengthening nerves and muscles Use Scotts Emulsion after t InfluenzaInvaluable for Coughs and ColdsA- LL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 CORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHoulihan It is a serious question as to whether the animosities engendered by class prejudice towards some of those connected with the glass factory and seemingly fostered by the legal luminaries of the city and county may not In the end have the ef feet of driving from Frankfort the very industries towards whose es tablishment so much money t me and labor have been given There con nected with the glass factory and other factories that may be estab lished should be treated exactly as other citizens with the same rights privileges and courtesies as other citizens and not as objects towards which the special prejudices of the labor have been given Those con should be allowed display rrrAn important suit it is said will be filled in the Franklin Circuit Court against the city of Frankfort by William Sikes in which damages in the sum of 5000 are claimed- It Is alleged in the petition that the said Bill Sikes was passing down St Clair street barefooted when one of his feet laid itself upon a lighted cigarette that had been Carelessly thrown upon the pavement thereby causing him to leap high In the air and come violently down upon the curbstone thereby causing him to break a suspender button and to bruise his right toe producing great disturbance and anxiety of mind and Inflicting much bodily harm The skin of the toe was so seriously bruised that he has done little work since and his physicians say there is a possi bility of blood poisoning locomoter ataxia cerebro spinal meningitis Brights disease or other dangerous complications He further says his suspender button was of peculiar make and can not be satisfactorily replaced Ketchem Pullem are the lawyers In the case fit o M r 1 Much credit Is due to the manager of the Frankfort street car line Col J D Sallaefor the establishment and ainio4uniform observance of a timetable schedule for the running of cars ftfeMiot 0 a great con veniencWBfeveling public but is profitable to the company Under the former management cars were likely to be found anywhere or no where at any time If a citizen knows when a car will pass a given point with reasonable certainty lie will wait for It But if its appear ance is a matter of guesswork he will not wait a minute and the fare is lost So he will arrange to take the car for a given point if he knows the minute it will go by for that point The ground hog came trotting to the front last week and the weather prophets and the almanacs had to hunt their holes r Mercury is said to freeze solid in the thermometer at a temperature be low zero of 82 degrees Fahrenheit In the arctic reigions spirit thermome ter alone can be used Daniel Boone was a great philosopher as well as a cunning strategist When captured by the Indians he accepted the situation with apparent cheerfulness and made himself useful to his captors Although able to knock the center spot out of a target with his rifle he would generally miss far enough to let some of the best Indian shots beat him This tickled their vanity and they gave him more privileges and he made good use of these privileges by one day striking out for his old Kentucky home before they had time to miss him He got there all right for he could make a bee line through the woods on the darkest night The season of fish stories with all their picturesque embellishment isI about to begin Get in line anglers and listen for a jo darter Brother Saud True will please lead off Bros Utterback Gibbons Eggleston Innes and Weitzel will please oil their tongue machinery Mr Wm Dadd of Lynn Mass who has been with the Hoge Montgomery Shoe Co since the first of the year was forced by illhealth to resign his position and left for home on Mon day Vr I 4 PleasanUoMe If Laxative Syrup2 1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor j And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than i any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEt Tobacco Bellows BlowersIHoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrorr t J 2 Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Sittings land Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc i CapitolFoundry iw Machine Co HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE i Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity v J BOTH PHONES ir i1 t f tIJSa i JlaJtJ DeadlyGrasp trated Me r Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and k Gave Me an Appetite the millions of people who today suffer ervous or heart weakness a large per 91 trace the cause directly to deadly e It is a germ disease and makes attack upon the nerves putting an 3jn them at the time e lowest ebb If LaGrippe has a shattered nervous system with of energy insomnia freue ches and morbid tendencies you shoUlKirehcthen the weakened nerves with DrMiles1 Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those who have suffered from that dreaded disease LaGrippe I suffered sev eral weeks with itandnothingItriedseemed 10 benefit me in any way or form I mydaughterto me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built my shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it and want to each and everyone who has suffered from will find instant relief getting abpttleofDr Miles Nervinc Insist on HopinlibisMRS GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind STAMPING GROUND Mr Howard Wllkerson of Lexing ton was the guest of his uncle Mr Geo E Wllkerson this week Miss Annie Hill who has been living In Cincinnati is at home to keep house for her father Rev G JV Hill Mrs Lizzie Southworth has as her guests Mrs Forest Duvall and daugh ter of Chicago Ills hx Mr Quincy Sparks of the St Louis and Memphis Railroad Dr J E Pack County Health Of fleer came here last Wednesday to inspect the Haner hotel when ha found two more smallpox patients Miss Emma Risk and Mr Jas Howard engineer at the roller mills both of whom were boarders at the hotel Quarantine is still In force against the hotel Owing to the remarkable spell of weather for the last ten days our farmers and gardeners are hard at work plowing sowing planting etc A good gentle warm rain would help things wonderfully just now Rev G W Hill preached a strong missionary sermon on Sunday at the Baptist Church from the text Go A collection of 91 was taken up at the close for missions There was not a full congregation present We regret to announce the Illness of Judge J J Yates He was so quartertfon 9 UNOiRUMORED EXTENSION OF L N R R There are rumors afloat that the L offIbuilding of a branch road from this city to Versailles by way of the Glenns Creek valley- It is said the branch will leave the CochttJ the Walcutt bottom striking the river thence up the valley of Glenns Creek to Versailles connecting jthat place with the Louisville atl Railroad malting direct nection with the mountains at Irvine Beattyville and open the coal of that region to direct trans 0and to this region is earnestly to be hoped that this not end in windy talk as it has so many times In the past Several routes were surveyed when the pro ject to build the F C Railway war first begun and the surveyors notes can easily be obtained l COMMUNICATION The correspondent of Benson that Wrote for the Roundabout last week didnt tell the truth all tho way through nnd used my name at the bottom I thank them who ever they see not to do so any more If so I will call on the Editor to tell me who they are MATTIE L MOORE L J 0 1 it ut f ftrb dl i ifffiITtf pl lt i tI I WIFE TO HER HUSBAND IN THE IA LEGISLATURE Air Father Come Home Husband dear husband come home to me now From the city and State House so warm Tis lonely without you why do you And not see comeIYou told last year If I would but once let you go Youd surely return before April was past And I really believed twould be so Come home come home come home Dear husband kind husband come home Husband dear husband come home me now Come home eer the spring time i through The old brindle cow has got a white calf And the young lambs are bleating for you The hens have been sitting a fortnight or more They soon will be off their broods The old speckled turkey has stolen her nest Away In tne brakes or the woods Husband dear husband come home to me now The garden needs spading for peas The boys should be picking up stones In the lot And you should be trimming the trees When will you get through with bills and resolves Stop talking of license and rum Of railroads and tunnels and such other things And tend to your business at homeI Husband dear husband dont write to me more Of the theatre lobby and clubJNor dinners youve eaten at the Capital there But hurry away from the Hub Yes hurry back home your Betsy Is sad Her heart is so honest and true All winter shes slept In the bedroom alone And say dearest husband have 8Husbandto me now Come home while the birds sing in May And let not the smile In the gallery there Distract you or tempt you to stay The voice of your Betsy Is calling you now Come home for you know what it means Im getting quite nervous about you come home And we will have cowslips for greensSigned BETSY JANE A gold Step To overcome the wellgrounded and reasonable objections of the moro intel ligent to the use of secret medicinal corn pounds Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y some time ago decided to make a bold departure from the usual course pursued by the makers of putup medicines for do mestic use and so has published broad cast and oacifly to the whole world a full and comp o list of all the ingredients entering Inwho composition of his widely celebrated mpdidfics Thus ho has taken untohismove icdiclnes from among secret nostr of doubtful merits and made them cmedLCS of Known Composition Itv fVila hnlH t n Dr Plprco has shown rmu a r n r s iiLiifts to su ect t e Not only does the wrapper of every bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery tho tJrllld11erorb1llousnesswherever located have printed upon It plair a and complete list of all the Ingredients composing It but a small book has been compiled from numerous standard medical f all the different schools of practice containing very numerous extracts from tho writings leading practitioners of medicine endorsing in the possible terms each and avert Ingre dient contained in Dr Pierces medicines One of these little books will be mailed free to any ono sending address on card or by letter to Dr B V Pierce Buffalo N Y and requesting the some From this little book It will bo learned that Dr Plcrces medicines contain no alcohol narcotics mineral agents or other poisonous or Injurious agents and that they are made from native medicinal roots of great value also that some of most valuable Inirrnnlnnta contained In Dr Plercos Favorite Prescription for weak nervous overworked rundown nervous and debilitated women were employed long years ago by the Indians for affecting their squaws In fact one of the most valuable medicinal plants entering into the composition of Dr Plercos Favorite Pro scription was known to the Indians as SquawWeed Our knowledge of the uses of not a few of our most valuable native me dicinal plants was gained from tho Indians As made by Improved and exact processes the avorito Prescriptionis a most efficient remedy for regulating all the womanly functions correcting displacements as prolapsus anteverslon and rotorverslon overcoming painful periods toning up the ofhealth t trGwt f t 1rjIr Ai i f Zt jC jl give us pleasure show you our present offerings and priced furniture the sort is both appropriate durable shall also glad to tell you of payment little a as your income permits R c SONS NOTICE The Local Carpenters No 1478 have JnionI hour scale with same take effect 1st 1907 a 20lOt g BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES ParlDlvllonILeave Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and p m Paris every hour from 0 a to 7 p m 10 p mGeorgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 680 a m to 730 pm and at 9 and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour tram 610 a to 815 p m and at 10 pm Versailles Division Leavd Lexington fronvcenter ever hour from a m to 6 p m and as 9 p m Leave very hour from a m to 645 p m and at b15 lOp m Phone 610 Home Phone 174 r TGUN Manager 2tfarRAILROAD ILE WEST BOUND No 19 1 N Frankfort Accommodation departs 63i55a m daily except Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C O Via Snelbyville departs 920 arm daily No 17 LN departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m daily except Sunday No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyvllle departs 615 p m daily EAST BOUND No 18L N leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday No 22C 0 leaves 1018 a m L N leaves 435 p m daily except Sunday No L N Frankfort Accom modative arrives 615 p m daily except Sunday m1dailNo L N leaves 826 p m Sunday C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis ville L N trains except Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives and departs from and Water Street Station- F C Leaves for Paris620 a Returns1125 a m mlRcturns720J WATSON Ticket AgI Chesapeake Ohio Hy in effect Nov 25 1906 sub- Ject to change without notice Limited for LoiiisvllloNasallle Mom pills and Southwest 920 A M and G14 P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 P M Dally 23lyr yyry k f H Buy Furniture e Fconomically 1 Extravagance consists in buying the wrong thing at the wrong price lngthepriceIf ou are truly you will not buy furniture because it is cheap It should be bought flrst for its appropriateness sec ond for It will to in fine medium and we be ours liberal partial plnnu at time ROGERS April Leave and and Versailles 5i6 and E T R 16 20 62 only Frankfort First W Schedule West Philadel merely LET US FIGURE FOR YOU Thecost of Painting and Repairing your Vehiclertea good vehicle isjworth saving and frequently a small amount ex i pencled will double its life but if neglected will cost you a new one Dlop us l card and our rpresentative will call to see now is t the time to have your vehicle overhauled and painted f Seller Carriage GoI s VERSAILLES KY K WARD President economical and you C M BROWNING Sec rind Treas frr A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones e7m- t AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSAnd BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN 1teA 1 1 jl e I WE SELL THE BEST1 THAT IS WHAT WE DO f We sell the Best Watches Clodks Jewelry Diamonds Etc t i To be Found in the Stater i Call and examine our Splendid sor ment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goodjj 3inKentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later 5RememberTheBest of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods Jm 4 1M A SELBERXt f p r BERTHSi BOURNEIn Monterey on Sat I Wurda March 1C Mrs Sallie B Bourne aged 60 years and 3 months H Mrs Bourne was a devout member jofthe Baptist Church and had been OJ from early girlhood a consistent 4ChrIstiant was the sister of Messrs J T t1and F H Duvall of this county and Montereyi and a Jitue granddaughter to mourn her t death Had dyspepsia or indigeston for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock j Blood Bitters cured meJ H Walker Sunbury Ohio a CAPTURED BIG OPOSSUM itc J In the preecence of about two bun dred people early yesterday morning 1anopossum was captured by an em ploye of the Frankfort Elevator Coal 1 t r i Co It seems that his oppossumship i found its way into the handsome lawn Jjof Gen D W Lindsey and daylight If r having overtaken him he took refuge In the top of one of the willow trees 4lining the bank of the river where t the keen eyes of an oldtime colored ttman discovered him t The tree was shaken and the oppos sum dropped to the ground and made a dash for the river and dived under t itthesurface of the water but unluckily him came up close to the yacht k thouse of Mr Henry Lindsey where the man spoken of above was watch l ing for him and reached down into the water and caught Mr Oppossum by the tail It was a very large specimen and Is supposed to have come from the adjacent hills in search of food in the shape of chickens jli WHAT THEY SAY t MYMy Dear Sir and FriendWont r you please send me my PlJperThe d Roundabouhere as I cant keep in r 1 touch with the world without it I know you will be glad to know rt2dthat I am doing well as Auditor of The Rome Ry Light Co a com YE pang managed by a former Frankfort tuul boy Sam Stone Bushwho is the VicePresident and General Manager Mr Bush also has a plant at Jackson Tenn and Scranton Mississippi and is one of the ablest executives in the country He is simply a wonder and I expect to see him the president of one of the biggest railroads in the U S before he dies Well I see old Frankfort is rubbing her eyes and waking up and I expect to see her grow some before the close of the century There is no place like Frankfort and they dont make the same kind of people elsewherethe best on earth Yours truly- S C BULL e ANOTHER SPRINKLER The City Council were glad to say at its meeting on Thursday night Ordered another sprinkler cart for use in the city on the South and West Sides JIhU signature lIon box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine T weu the remedy that cart a cold In one day i fHL11La jf M J RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn rector services at follows Holy Communion at 8 a m Services at 730 a m 930 a m 11 a m and 330 p m Wednesday evening prayer at 730 p m BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach a 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baraca class at 945 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union a 645 p m in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evenin 730 in the chapeL Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN HHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Sundayschool at 930 a m in th chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zeigler of Lockhaven Penn will preach at 11 a m and 730 p mSundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Pra meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even tng at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730I p mIYoung Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m WORKED LIKE A CHARM Mr D N Walker editor of tha spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once appplied Buck lens Arnica Salve No inflammation followed the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all drug gists 25 cents Early RisersTiM famoue tJIIk t1 1 j i r aatj REACHING THE SPOT It Can Be Done So Scores of inkfort Citizens Say v To cure an aching back The pains of rheumatism The tiredout feelings You must reach the spotget at the cause I In most cases tis the kidney Doans Kidney Pills are for the kidneys Blantton street Frankfort Ky says My son was greatly benefited by the use of Doans Kidney Pills Some time ago he had a bad spell of rheumatism betwas hardly able to move about From bega great deal of a steady dull aching across the back and sharp pains in his kidneys if he stooped or lifted anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying es pecially at night as it disturbed his papersetiseircnt boll Doans Kidney Pills the clams ntue for thia remedy so- impress thaydicided to have my songiw A box was procured f aylcs drug store At my request he begantaking them and Id myriad Surprise as well as his own he neared almost immediate relief lit a short time the bachache had entirely left him the difficulty with the secretions had been corrected and he felt aswell as ever again For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn XCo Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other SAD NEWS The many friends of bonnie Miss Madge Burnam daughter of Judge A R Burnam of Richmond are very much concerned as to the outcome of an operation for appendicitis which she has been taken to Baltimore Md to undergo y The NewsNo puro Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough Cures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure is and has been for 20 years The National Law now re quires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixture it must be printed on the label or package For this reason mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poisonmarks on Dr Shoops labels and none in the medi cine else it must by law be on the label And its not only cafe but it is said to be by those that know it best a truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chance particularly with your children Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with others and see No poison marks there You can always be on the safe side by demanding Dr Shoops accepttSPRINKLER AT WORK Yesterday morning the city sprink ler cart was out for the first time this season It was a grateful relief from the clouds of jjust which every passing wind was spreading over every thing near rDr Wearer iMreatBy- 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This combination price is for a limited time only- Send us two 2 and we will send every day in the week without Sun day and The Roundabout for one year Subscribe now for this great barg- ainRoundabout HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan Mc Donough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now 20 years younger than before I took Electric Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at all Drug Stores Price 50 cents I WEE liYI COURIER tJOvRMlAND Roundabout FOP Onli5oThe Presidential election Isap changedThatDemocrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Es sential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to sup port the ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR ORDER THIS COMBINATION TO FORINOT TO THE NAL THE REGULAR OF THE WETKLY JOURNAL ALONE IS A LOW PRICEI t FROM Louisville LVIA Southern R y t In effect daily March 1st to April Othto and Sept 1st to Ode 81st incj 3400 i Helena and Butt- e35OO 1 Spokane 3850 i Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 i San Francisco Los Angeles and other California points Corresponding rates to other i in the West and Northwest OlntICheap one way colonist and round trip homeseekers ticketsLwill also be sold on March 5th and 19Mi and April 2nd and 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and othor points in the Southwest and Southeast completeinformation agent or B S YENT Traveling PassJAgent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORD District Pass Agent Louisville Ky J C BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo Feb 23to Apl 30 TIE Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Ky largoIgreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits WE HAVE NO AGENTS Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons Feb 2BBm Ii PITTSBDRG ELECWlC WELDED FENCE THE Electric Weld Unaffected Even by White Heat The Weld That Held r f r PITTSBURGERFEcT t y I Farmers Like to Know That Joints Never Pull Apart The Fence That Gives Universal Satisfaction and Purchaser Gets His Moneys WorthI i E PITTSBURG PERFECT POULTRY FENCE Note how close these wires are Honestly do you think chickens i- fcango through thatrr S 11 THEN WE ALSO HAVE THEfPittsburg Perfect Lawn andJ Corn Crib Fences 1rrI J This fence may be used for various purposes We carry a full r 4 stock of the i r Pittsb rg Perfect 1 V And would be pleased to have you call and examine our fencestand get prices r ll IP C SOWER ooIHARDWARE AND STOVE MERCHANTS i I 30x 309 MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES f a i it h I I tJ iJ A t J r y TT gin r ryr k tt f JFRa re y y- re w r tff J f J i Supremacy in mans Oxfords Ii J v j Its a matter of fact that the McClure store sells more Womens Oxfords especially in the finer gradesthan any two other stores in town combined This would not be so if you did not find here more styles newer stylesIbetter styles and more widths and sizes than other stores offer sss A Of course want to make selection from the largestvariety the AQueenW E1I Mc CJ 11T FlE1 cSz e3 C Nt INCORPORATED COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout t Dear SlrI am a quiet citizen and dont usually like to meddle in public affairs but I want to tell you how much we country people endorse your article of last week abou the condition of the roads of Franklin county You hit the nail on the head and we all say come again and often Now whose fault is this condition does look like the taxpayers of Frankj lin county pay enough every year to have something to show for their money Now I like County Judge Jim Polsgrove as well as anybody but it looks to a man up a tree that if he was just a little busier attending to the condition of our roads he would be thought a much better county judge Over in Fayette county they say the county judge is the whole Iworlts but you will notice that Fayette has the best roads in the tl jI country In Woodford its the same c way about the roads I know it to be 4f a fact that Franklin countys fiscal y 1court leaves the direction of the coun ty work to Judge Polsgrove If he orders a thing done It is done and the itJNow I hear it noised about that t Judge Polsgrove is going to be a candidate for another office before many moons wax and wane and of s course he will want us country tel lows with him and I want to offer the suggestion that he will be lots jt more popular out in this section if he will show how well he can adminis f ter his present office by giving us as good roads as the county judges of some surrounding counties do l cant find anyone who knows a single haverfine turnpikes in consideration of the amount of taxes we pay Whats becoming of the money It certainly Isnt being spent for good roads Sincerely yours SUBSCRIBER- PURCHASED A HOME I Mr L B Weisenburgh Sr has purchased from the McGrew estate through Col Jas A Scott a story and half frame house on Logan street wx between Third and Fourth for 3 i COO 1C CATARRH tiToproveunquestionablyandbeyond any be doubt I am furnishing patients through druggists small free Trial Boxes of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Ido this because I am so certain that Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure will bring actual substantial help Nothing certainly Is so convincing as a physical test of any article of real genuine merit But that article must possess true merit else the test will condemn rather than advance it Dr Snoop i Catarrh Cure is a snow white healing antiseptic balm put up in beautiful nickel capped glass jars at 50c Such soothing agents as 01 Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc are Incorporated Into a velvety cream like Petrolatum Imported by Dr Shoop from Europe If Catarrh of the nose and throat has extended to the stomach then by all means alsouse Internally Dr Shoops Restorative I Stomach distress a lack of general strength bloating belching biliousness bad taste etc purely call for Dr Shoops Restorative For uncomplicated catarrh only of the noseand throat nothing else however need be used but Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure ALL DEALERS l I fi MEETING OF FREDERICK DOUG LAS FORUM i The first open meeting of the Frederick Douglas Forum a society progressiveViandof our city was held on Monday BaptistIwhite men on subjects looking to the improvement and uplift of the colored race at different times The meeting on Monday night was largely attended and was addressed by Rev Dr M B Adams pastor of the first Baptist Church who took as his theme The Race Problem In the Southern States It was a fine address filled with wholesome truths in which he en dorsed the course of President Booker T Washington and other great men of the colored race The next address will be delivered by Judge W E Settle of the Court of Appeals and will be held at St Johns M E Church on Clinton street April 22 His theme will be announced later This is a good move and needs to be encouraged by all good citizens HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young In health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan Mc Donough Ga did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now 20 years younger than before I took Electric Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my hus bands store Guaranteed at all Drug Stores Price 50 cents MAD DOG RUNS A MUCK A mad dog terrorized the West End on Monday afternoon finally at tacking Mr Scotia Moore who lives on Fort Hill After a hard battle Mr Moore succeeded in kicking the mad dened brute to death and miraculous ly escaped injury himself NEW DEPARTURE Mr Gus Lafontaine better known as Frenchy the well known caterer has made a new departure in connec tion with leis first c ass restaurant He has installed a beautiful soda fountain where all the soft drinks can be obtained and in addition will have for sale chocolates candies nuts foreign and domestic fruits of all kinds Thus all the delecacies of the seasons can be procured without going out of his restaurant His new quarters 309 Broadway street axe much larger more convenient and better fitted for his business than his former place He has improved It and has the best of facilities for quick serviceFrenchy makes a specialty of serving wedding receptions and families with meals In these times of uncertainty as to domestic service this is a very convenient and comfortable way of meeting emergencies He also has several private dining rooms for ladies He invites the public generally to give him a call COUNTY COURT DAYS Following isa list of the d unty courts are held each mont ounties which are contiguous reason of facilities by rail to capital nderson Lawrenceburg3d Moi Bath vingsville2d Monday jBourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday Brathitt Jackson4th Monday Clark Winchester4th Monday Estill Irvine 3d Mbnday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flemlng burg th Monde Franklin Frankfort1st Monday Garrard Lancaster4th Monday rant Wllliamstown 2d Monday arrison Cynthlana 4th Monday lenry Newcastle 1st Monday essamine Nlcholasvllle 3d Mond Lee BeattyvlHe 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford2d Monday ladison Richmond1st Monday Mason Miywrllle 1st Monday Mercer Hanodsburgrlst Monday Montgomery Mti Strling1st M fV day Jlcholas Carltle4d rdham LgrangHth Monday wen Owenton 4th Monday endleton Falmotth1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday rtilaskl Somerset3d Monday cott Georgetown3d Monday helby Shelbyvllle 2d Monday Wayne Monticello 4th Monday Voodford Versailles 4th Monday Ir CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEA CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood Is impure thin eased hot or full of Rumors if have blood poison cancer carbum eating sores scrofula eczema ltd risings and bumps scabby pit skin bone pains catarrh rheuinat or any blood or skin disease t Botanic Blood Balm B B B S all sores heal aches and pains f and the blood is made pure and t Druggists or by express 1 per If bottle Sample free by writing B Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is pecially advised for chronicd seated cases as It cures after all failsMar 2ly + ANOTHER DRY PRECIN HEARD FROM To offset the victory of the 11 element at Lawrenceburg on 1 day the city of Lebanon the co seat of Marion county wenJOld on Tuesday by a majority of 66 There were several prominent arrested charged with bribery in t nectlon with he election 1 NEW INVENTION Our friend Mr David L Hoi the well known engineer at the po House of the Water Co has inve a new machine for cutting iron of any size It is a very valuably ventlon for machinists and will i a Devolution in that line Mr lang has patented his invention arranged for its manufacture We hope he may reap a big re for his industry t PI Dr Weaver TiMtMemt Bjny ptarltles the Wood CieItrapt ars t in bythe lay LY LY onES ils yon lesng ply ism tke Son top ichlrge Sod enep else CT nor Ion mtyry men con and ump p vorkHol and vard INDIGESTIONS RECORD MThe best I can prescribe for your Ia digestion madam is Greens August Flower I 0 several other physiciAns who pr scribe it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beating heartfailure in its ghastly harvest qVou read in the papers daily ofappar healthy and even robust men being indigestioDafterdying in mauq 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 vie tims of acute indigestion had small dose of Greens August Flower before or after their meals they would not have fallen apreyto such sudden seizures IfAugust Flower prevents indigestion by regulatethewaygTwo T For sale by J W Gayle TEMPLARS WILL ATTEND IN BODY Frankfort Commandery No4Knights Templar having accepted an invitation from Sir Knight Rev J O A Vaught will attend Easter services at the Methodist Church tomorrow Sunday at 11 oclock a m in full dress uniform- It is earnestly requested that all Sir Knights be present at that time The Commondery will meet at their Asylum at 10 oclock a m sharp and march to the church in a body BUYS GOOD FARM Mr Bowman Gaines has purchased- the farm of Mr Jos Wiley lying on Main Elkhorn near Gays bridge con taining about 100 acres of good land the price paid was 4500 equal to cash Dr Weavers Syrup FuttM the blood t Cerate ointment for the skis 60 YEARS- JXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS e Anyone lending a sketch and description ma quickly ascertain our an InTentlon Is natentMle Communica Lions strictly confidential HANDB on Patents sent free Oldest agency Joutt t Patents taken receive tItcfal notice without c aTlle In the Scientific Hmcrican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest circulation of any sclontlBo journal Terms 53a ear four months 1 Sold all newsdealers YorkeWoven Wire Fences- D C LAYARD Agent for KENTUCKY for Lamb Woatn Wire Fence Pee leee Woven Wire Fence and Peerlet JrPoultry Fence 12 W Maumee Adrian Midi I CM tare you mosey OB your WIRE FENCING NO 213m i REDUCED RATES VIAa On the First and Third Tuesdays of each month to many points SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets now OK sale good returning till J I Mal31st t For Particulars Write i H 4 t H C KING C B T A Lexington Ky Fob 23y f COLONIST RATES VIAq Motion RouteFrom Louisville Daily March 1 to April 30 AngelesSanSeattle Vancouver and inter mediate points 3800 Spokane and intermediate points 85501 Helena Butte Anaconda Salt Lake City and intermediate points 840O- Billingsnud intermediate points290fr Tuesdays March 12 to April 30 To points in Minnesota North and South Dakota Eastern Mon tana Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta on application Tuesdays March 19 to April 30 To Colorado on application Two trains daily via Motion Route from 10th and Broadway 800 a nf and 821 p m connecting at I Chicago for the vast West and Northwest Address E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky Feb 23 to April 80 Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad anlvermifugehorse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and L= Compte 6 Gayle