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I W JP--v- I Cyiv Tee voi xvii Mkkfort A WEEKLY Latest U S Govt Report CAUGHT BY JERRY Roundabout TERMS 1 GEO A LB WIS Publisher PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO 43 mm FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 30 1894 A Fraiikfort Boy Captures a Couple or Murderers Highest of all in Leavening Power k sV MW 1ST Rp4v ESinESrlrSnMcv V -- Baking Powder Â¬ Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL SBV r-- - ABSOLUTELY PURE JPREIGIIT TRAIN WRECKED the summer may have an opporthis matter be- Â¬ A Brakesman Killed Track tunity to attend to fore leaving The names of the Torn Up and Trains De Â¬ layed The early morning freight train which passes through here over N railroad was wrecked the L Tuesday morning near Yarnallton Station and a brakesman by the tame of Adam Groehr was killed The accident was caused jby an axle of one of the cars breaking which resulted in the track being torn up for a consider- Â¬ able distance and two cars being Groehr was smashed to pieces on top of one of the cars and was so badly injured that he died in Passengers on twenty minutes morning trains had to be trans- Â¬ the ferred at the wreck but by the Middle of the afternoon the track was cleared and trains were run Â¬ ning through again The brakes- Â¬ man who was killed was a married man and lived in Louisville He leaves a widow and one child - mx a3 IV sVc Sk J r ministers and the houses assigned them will be published in the Roundabout when the list is com- Â¬ pleted This promises to be a session of unusual interest It being Bishop Duncans first visit to the Ken- Â¬ tucky Conference his coming is looked forward to with more than ordinary pleasure Â¬ Prof Fogg the Cornetist will conductthe music All the ser- fAK t A IK jy m r - 1 L m fK V m ip- V 1 r vices will be public and a delight- Â¬ ful occasion is anticipated This will terminate Mr Hen- Â¬ dersons work as pastor in this PAINTERS REOCK DONALDSON city by virtue of the four years Its a Mistake Flour Meal Feed and limit- - It will be gratifying to him- - To neglect caring for a cough or cold W B BRIDGEFORD Country Produce Every time yon cough you increase to have the close of his pastorate the trouble and soon an inflammation The Painter Fincel Block South Side crowned with a royal entertain- Â¬ is started that in a short time is Oysters Fish and Game In season Choice Â¬ Dr Hales 10 St Clair Street Pickles and Preserves ment of the Conference so he difficult to control has such a Household Cough Cure magic Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on calls upon the Christian people of effect upon acough allaying all irri hand LIVERY tation so quickly that every person Frankfort to support him in ex- Â¬ in the land should always have a bot- Â¬ tle of DARNELL medicine on tending the proverbial Kentucky hand tothiB wonderful at once upon MANGAN begin taking hospitality to the distinguished the first appearance of a cold It Fine Livery only 25a and 50c a bottle at Tlio Kentucky Conference exe Â¬ body It is a singular coincidence costs Carpenters drucr store work Termer Reasonable PH a Â¬ office The Kentucky Conference will that the last session of the Con219 Main Street ference was held in this city dur- Â¬ hold its seventy fourth annual ses- Â¬ sion in this city Sept J 2th 1894 ing the pastorate of Dr H A M There will be about two hundred Henderson twenty six years ago and laymen present People vant3 said the Ohio orator in a ministers Win II Wlieolor loud tone is to see at the head of the Bishop W W Duncan of South Government a statesman a Washington A prominent contractor and a his Country Carolina will preside Besides of Adams N Y was a great builder smoker pliedFather of somebody that willYes re voice of other dis- tor years ae iiKea nis cigar one am us aThat may he the want up support the Bishop a number in Ohio not like the serious throat trouble tinguished visitors will be in at that began to come upon him in the but it is not the case down here to Ken tuckians It does not matter much what the Bring your CASH and get the benefit of it in buying from a shape of or tence Among them Dr E E expresseda bunch was growth As he afraid he was it he house that does not sell TomDick and Harry on credit and Hoss editor of the Christian Ad going to have a Grant throat At try to make up on the cash customers what he looses in bad vocate the central organ of the this stage he began using Dr Hales Household Ointment applying it credit accounts M E Church South Dr Morri- - directly to the bunch inside his day A son Missionary Secretary Dr throat several times each entirely Or the President does so long as we give few weeks of this treatment Steele editor of the Epworth Ad- Â¬ cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel Â¬ good values and selli the right kind of Wire Screen Clotn er states that worked a most won Â¬ goods at the right prices and everybody Pose Lawn vocate Dr Tigert editpr of the derful cure in it case and that he re Â¬ knows that has bought at our store we his Quarterly Review Dr Barbee gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medicine of the 10th Business Manager of the Publish Â¬ century It cures all inflammation AND A HUNDRED OF OTHER ITEMS 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen Â¬ ing house Dr Smith Educational drug store a Secretary and Dr Kirkland edi ters The right thing by one and all We sell Coming North tor of the Sunday school periodithe very best of goods at the very lowest prices cals You These are all eloquent Mr C M Berryman who has the lowest can always depend on getting will be heard during been in the grocery business on old or youngprices orand that to everybody preachers and rich poor the session of the Conference Bridge street South Frankfort It is customary in cities where for several years has rented the the Conference is held for mem- Â¬ storeroom of Messrs Nicol Bros bers of the other churches to kind next door to the confectionery of HARDWARE MERCHANT ly assist in entertaining the large Mr John R Todd on St Clair We will have a1 few special bargains Ladies Embrordered Handkerchiefs at 5 cents delegation street and will remove his stock worth 10 cents Mens ties at The Roundabout is requested into it next week The room is 25 cents worth 50 cots We make a Gents Furnishing Goods by Rev H G Henderson the now being fitted up for his occu- Â¬ specialtyallofLinen Towels large size only Heavy Best Indigo Blue Prints only pastor of the Methodist Church pancy 12 cents Corsets odd sizes only 35 cents 5 cents and the committee on entertain- Â¬ Fast Black Hose without seams only 15 Cultivating His Voice cents a pair Gauze Vests for ladies only DEALERS IN ment Mrs Russell Rodman Mrs Childrens Dresses only 7j cents apiece Miles Mrs Julia Thompson Mr Tom Brislan of this city 25 cents apiece Good Calico Wrappers JE and Messrs Geo L Payne T P who is temporarily in business in only 75 cents apiece Good Lace Curtains Gpod Dress Lawns only 50 cents a pair Rogers and E O Leigh to say St Louis is putting ii his spare and Calicos only 5 cents a yard Good through its columns that the can- Â¬ time attending the college of Batfeens only 10 cents a yard vass for homes for the delegates music in that city and improving LITTLE PROFITS will be begun in a very short time his already fine tenor voice The Tjudics x and the pastor and committee will IN OUR TRADE A COMPLETE LINE OF consider it a favor if those of the The pleasant effect and perfect who can sister denominations safety with which ladies may use RUNNING HORSE GOODS conveniently entertain some of the the California liquid laxative visitors will promptly indicate to Syrup of Figs under all condi- Â¬ any member of the committee the ALWAYS ON HAND tions make it their favorite remenumber they can take dy To get and This work is undertaken rather article look the true name genuine for the of the f early in order that friends who California Fir Svruo Co orlnted No 2ijt St Clair street door to R K will be absent from the city during near the bottom of the package McCIure imar lO Sni Â¬ ROBERT GORDON On the 10th of May several CHAS G PAYNE members of a family by the name Painter and Paperhanger Billiards and Pool of Meeks were murdered near FURNISHED ON Browning The Club Main Sheet ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Missouri by two Orders city Gymnasium and left at M P Grays Hardware Store will receive the brothers named Taylor one of The Finest Tables In Alleys prompt attention Mar 31 3m Bowling attached them a banker and the other a LAWYERS CONFECTIONER farmer who have since been fugi tives from justice with a reward JOHN R TODD WM CROMWELL aggregating 58000 offered for Manufacturing Attorney at Law their arrest hanging over their Confectioner Frankfort Kentucky heads On Saturday they were 41 St Clair Street Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the overhauled at Buffalo City Ark Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco and will also give special attention to the pur by Hon Jerry South formerly of Near new bridge chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans this city but now a resident of DRUGS Arkansas and taken back to W J CHINN JR W H AVERILL Missouri for trial Attorney at Law Druggist Jerrys experiencewith criminals Frankfort Kentucky Main Street opp City Hall during the time his grandfather A general Stationery a Will and father were lessees of the specialty stock of Drugs Fine PrescrlDtlons floor practice In all State Courts Office second Custom House Cigars and Tobacco penitentiary in this city renders compounded at all hours NEWSDEALER bim a good man for the business NO W R WILLIAMS CO GUY BARRETT of capturing murderers and other fci Druggists News Dealer and violators of the law being a brave 314 Main Sheet Bookseller and fearless young fellow and we Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all trust he will receive every cent of hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles 332 Main Street Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Â¬ the money offered for the appreGoods FLOUR AND FEED hension of the Taylors Â¬ Â¬ neatly Job cuted at this WHAT THE How To Save Money Â¬ Â¬ SENATE V Boier lowers WILL DO Â¬ M TO MORROW four-in-han- P GRAY and d Black 8c Hursey HUPS SADDLES HUE TROTTING and Â¬ I I 232 urnsr Vi - sikeet i i - f KirWSTRTC -- rHlyf VKrvr TT wmwmm ct- i vtiH - 5W ii i Hudson HumphnesCassell JsnrjinESEnrariaEaECiBnBaPiaEan IP YOU ARE LOOKING FOR y u Ready - Made Clothing 4 Come in and look at ours We handle the best makes we know it is ALL WOOL good fitting and wears well Dont believe what we say about it but come in and see We always have time to show our goods and talk to you about them RaRaEarjaGacaBaoaKaFaarsaraananaBncaBarnKaBaBnBBBnfiariaharjapsanaBEiFaania ytt- - f v f V BanariacaBaBacacaRaBa iaacai2UtaeaeacuBucai2u Hudson HumphriesCassell nelia Gordon Virginia Bennett Stan- Â¬ from a pistol shot wound- - the pis- Â¬ Dr Halos Household Ointmentton McLean Robert Murray Thomas Exum Mary Hendrick Jane Holmes tol being in the hands of Thos F Is the finest remedy in the world Gayle Tanner who fired said shot in It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Mary Alice Mulholland Frenchy Blaoklcy Nancy Waloutt Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures John Rodman Virginia Ohinn Vir- defense of his person and the dis- Â¬ Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum ginia Greenhow Marguerite Mc charge of his duty in the most soothing manner Curesi JLean Julia Murray Margaret Exum Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Holladay had served a former Cures CoughB and Colds Wallace Headley Buf rd Her dr ck Can io spend the summer with their brother John Holmes Lottie Watson George MiBs Katie Oreen is visiting the term in the penitentiary was taken internally A positive specific Miss Laura Graves of Mt Sterling Macklin Gayle Charles Blackiey ana for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Misses Reed in Louisville returned home Thursday after a Lindsey Dorsey sent up from Covirigton this Chilblains Sores of long standing Hon D LMay of Louisrille was weeks visit with the Misses Hazel Messrs Richard Morris and Samuel time for malicious shooting Corns and Bunions are cured quickly rigg in this city on Friday last R Smith who are members of the hst different from all else superior to all left Mrs James Heeney spent Thursday Messrs Henry and George Thomas King Fisher Club Cincinnati club and was considered one of the else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Large size cheapest Sold at P H in Georgetown with friends of Philadelphia are visitiug their Thursday afternoon to - join the the worst men in the pen 8 on its annual fishing- trip fjo Carpenters drug store aunt Mrs S E James returned on Tues- point Mrs J N Orutcher in Belle northern lakes Messrs Ohas 0 day from a visit to Louisville Furr and George L Payne the other 100 9100 Howard Judge J H Hazefrigg and family local members of the club will Mr Tilford Clark of Lexington leave to day for a visit of several PUBLIC SPEAKING leave to morrow The camp will be was In this city on Tuesday last The readers of the Roundabout weeks to Mt Sterling their former located near Alpena Michigan will be pleased to learn Miss Birdie Brown left Wednesday home that I have two little grandchildren who there is at least one dreaded disease to visit her brother at Lakeland Mr Edwin G Nicewarner and wife are teething this hot weather and are that Bciencehasbeenabletocureinall C Messrs Noble Lindsey and R P of Baltimore are visiting Mrs Ns troubled with bowel complaint I Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls parents Dr N J Sawyierand wife Pepper jr were in Paris laBt week Colic Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure them Chamberlains Will Speak At 7 holera and Diarrhoea Remedy and now known to the medical fraternity Mr J B Lewis of Versailles was on Broadway Mr Pat McDonald and wife left it acts like a charm I earnestly Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ in the city Tuesday and Wednesday Tuesday for Asbury Park New Jersey recommend it for children with ease requires a constitutional treat Pleasureville Park July Mr and Mrs W H Sneed and Miss to attend the meeting of the National bowel troubles I was myself taken ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken I At 2 p m Todd Saflell spent Sunday at Pewee Press Association with a severe attack of bloody flux internally acting directly upon the Valley t with cramps and pains in my stomach blood and mucous surfaces of the 5th Annua Picnic at Pleasureville Mr Ralph SW who Mrs Russel Sneed left Wednesday been visiting Miss TuckerChurch has one third of a bottle of this remedy system thereby destroying the foun Annie left Reduced rates on all rail- Â¬ for u months sojourn at Old Point over the Kentucky Midland Thurs- cured me Within twenty fourbours dation of the disease and giving the Park I was out of bed and doing my house patient strength by building upthe roads Comfort day for Cincinnati work Mrs W L Dunagan Bon constitution and assisting nature in Mr H C Mallory of Chicago The proprietors Mrs E S OHara and little daucrh- - aqua Hickman Co Tenn For sale doing its work spent Sunday in this city visiting ter Genevieve of Louisville are by Phil Carpenter South Side havo so much faith in its curative relatives G oowers that ttaev offer One Hundred spending tho summer with Mr and Druggist J Dollars for any case that it --fails to R Lee Suter Esq of Louisville Mrs Robert Church cure Send lor list or testimonials Killed by a Guurd spent Wednesday in thiB city visiting Mrs John F Davis who has been F J OHEENEY 00 his parents visiting her daughter Mrs Grant Toledo 0 A negro convictby the name of - Sold by druggists 75o Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown Green jr returned to her home in 2 is visiting Miss Janie Dehoney on Louisville on Monday Henry Holladay employed in the East Main street Mr and Mrs N L Curry and Miss chair factory att the penitentiary IContncky Chautauqua Mr Fall Taylor of Atlanta Ga Bettie Whittington of Harrodsburg left his work Thursday afternon will arrive next week to visit his have been the guests of Mrs T J A rich feast is offered all Jett this county this week mother and sister and wen t out into the yard After Qhautauquans and their friends in 334 MAIN STREET Â¬ Mr Richard Luckett of Birming he had staid a reasonable time Mr Miss Mary Gillum and sister Janie the programme for the 1894 meet- Â¬ leave to day for Pewee Valley to visit ham Alabama who iias been visiting FRANKFORT KY relatives here and at Stamping Thos F Tanner one of the ing of the Kentucky Chautauqua Miss Fannie Grey guards ordered him to return but at Woodland Park Lexington Mr Webster Gazlev of Louisville Ground left for home Tuesday spent Sunday in this city viuiting rel- Â¬ Miss Precilla Welch of Oynthiana the negro refused to do so ALL ABOAKD Tan- Â¬ which takes place Julyd to 13th who has been visiting her aunt Mrs atives and friends FOR B Longmoor on Second ner then told him if he did not he inclusive Mrs Francis McCormick of Cov Loulie returned nome Thursday The Queen and Crescent Route ington is visiting Mr Geo In man on street would lock him up in the cell Kentuckys Blue Grass trunk line Miss Theresa Berryman who has Arlington Heights been the aunt Mrs W house which the negro defied has inaugurated a series of low ON ACCOUNT OE Mrs Jas W Batchelor of Washing- Â¬ H Posey guest of her two weeks re- Â¬ ton City has been visiting relatives turned to for the past Versailles Mon Â¬ him to do and approaching the rates from all stations on its Cinher home at in the city this week guard attempted to take his pistol cinnati Southern and Louisville day Mrs II C Mallory of Chicago Tanner shqvcd him Southern Divisions inKentucky Mr Claude Berryman traveling is visiting her father Col Thomas agent for the Standard Oil Company from him Such lecturers and entertainers Rodman on Steele street arrived in this city yesterday on a off and warned him to keep away as the great Josephv Cook of Mrs George W Ohinn and Miss visit to bis mother Mrs Sallio 0 as he did not wish to shoot him Boston iBt3a Ex Gov Bob Taylor orxjXj litis Lucy Julian left Tuesday for a visit Berryman THE but Holladay picked up a piece of Prof Chas Lane Geo AV Bain to relatives in Cincinnati Mr Albert H McClure has gone to Mrs A H McClure and Master Lexington where he will take a wood and again advanced upon Gen J B Gordon and others BIG FOUR ROUTE Richard McClure are visiting Mrs course of shorthand and typewriting the guard doubtless with the in Â¬ will take part in the exercises at the Kentucky University Com WILL SELL TICKETS AT Walter Kelley in Hopkinsville Great attractions on Julv 4th tention of clubbing him when C or L S R R Ask Q Miss Ella Bull of Louisville who mercial College Mr Paul S Drane who is on the Tanner after again telling him to agents for full information has been visiting Mrs Snively on 1 Second street has returned home editorial staff of the Now York Sun keep away to which warning the W C Rinearson G P A been visiting Mr Will Lindsey who has been and who hasthe past two his parents Cincinnati Ohio 4 TRAINS EVERY DAY 4 in this city visiting Ills parents in this city left Thursday for New York weeks left negro paid no heed nred tne Lv Cincinnati 000 am 1145 am 600 pm 820 pm weuuuuuuy xur uia uuuiu in ahiivuiu ball striking the negro in the Ar Cleveland 530 pm 745 pm 120 am 545 pm Mr John E Miles left Monday N0 Many of the citizens of Rainsvillo right breast and coming out under Indiana are never without a bottle O over NO TRANSFER AT CINCINNATI Misses Jennie Lee and Margaret afternoon York the 0 which railroad port he the shoulder blade killing him in- Â¬ of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in All trains of the L N It R Queen and for Now from Smith returned Monday from a weeks England on Says Jacob Brownthe Crescent Ronte Kentucky Central and Cbeso the house visit to friends at the Forks of Elk sailed on Wednesday for peuke 4 Ohio railways muko direct stantly the steamer City of Paris leading merchant of the place This In Central Union Stutlon Cincinnati connection with Ex horn remedy has proven of so much value press Trains ot the Big Four Route for Cleveland Coroner Dehoney was notified for colds croup and whooping cough To secure these splendid accommodations It will Master J Stewart VanDerveer en RCw n Tma rfll nw 1 am n friends from Notre Dame Indiana where he i tertained his little cousinBandhonor of and summoning a jury held an in- Â¬ in children that few mothers who be necessary for you to Wednesday June 27th in ASK FOH TICKETS VU TOE are willing has been attending college the past his first birthday The following quest over the remains After know itsit worth sale by Phil to beÂ¬ eeBBion For without Car BIG FOUR ROUTE little tots were present LenaStewart Mr James M Buford and wife of Pusey Mary Y Rodman Virginia hearing all the evidence the jury penter South Side Druggist D D MAbTIN E 0 MCCORMICK Rook Island Illinois have been visitÂ¬ Rodman J Stewart Rodman all of returned a verdict to ttye effect iien1 Pass Agent Pass Trafllo Manager Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder ing relatives and friends here the Louisville John VanDerveer Waloutt ClhCINNATI SO St Dlptewuu Cor- - that Holladay came to hisv death Gladys Rodman Lucy Rodman June past week Worlds Pair lllgbot RUttal aad Messrs Will Dudley and Alva Craw Â¬ ford of Paris were in the city the Miss Mary Halloran spent Tuesday first of the week Miss Loulie B Gibson of Woodford in Lexington Mrs John Milam is sojourningat county is spending several days with Miss Annie Ohuroh Ohio Mary Hale Misses Miss Isabelle Lindsey leaves nest Thursday Annie and for Alayfield left to morning week for Ashville N C Put-in-bay PERSONAL - Â¬ ta m Â¬ Hon W Owen Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ I H MATTEEU TUB Pliiiitiiililifir j vi Â¬ CLEVELAND Convention y ao Â¬ Christian Endeavor Â¬ 2 flTE n Â¬ Y 1 w T - I - STERLING SILVER to b IKLl Hll FI1RKS Tea Spoons ijpjwicjjWiSp Guaranteed for a term of 25 years mm JIUI 250 per set 500 per set JEBl0552flU35r Table Spoons - These Spoons and Forks are made of the best Nickel Silver places are cut out at the points exposed to wear which are FILLED WITH SOLID SILVER They are plated and finished using five times as much silver as is used in standard plate By this process it is impossible for spoons or forks to show any wear whatever The Leading Jeweler N I MA AGAINST TH lil Ll TlTrmm 1 Olli -D-Hl-IX Base Ball WE BEAT PASISr FRANKFORT KY SHAKERS I U I L- - K Wi KM The game at Paris last Friday Judge Barr of the United was won by the Frankfort club States District Court on Thursday Merchant and VanDerveer pitched filed with Mr W J Chinn the and Wicks Lindsey caught for our lerk of the court in this city an boys who did not have their full THE ABOVE COT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON opinion in the case of Oliver Wat team in the field but that didnt Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of son vs The Society of Shakers seem to make any difference in The following score is which has been pending in the the result from the Bourbon News court for some time It seems clipped v And articles suitable for wedding presents that Watson who lives at Frede- the Frankfort scorer being unable ricksburg Virginia holds a note to accompany the team 1234 Innings 6678 9 T for io ooo executed by the So Paris 100 0 100 0 0 2 202010100 6 Apr 14 3m ciety of Shakers at Pleasant Hill Frankfort Struck Out By Starring 6 by Merchant 3 by Mercer county which he attempt VanDerveer 3 Base on Balls Off Starring 4 to collect when the Shakers re- off Merchant 2 Passed Ball Lindsey Two flying tackle of first base to see Stolen Bases Taylor 2 Base Hit Lindsey fused to pay it claiming that the Lindsey VanDerveer 2 Brewer Double Plays which was worth the price of adFrankfort 2 Paris 1 Base note was a forgery and without Fatls 6 Errors Frankfort 4 Hits Frankfort -4 mission to the game He knocked Paris 4 Umpireconsideration Judge Barr in his Dennis Dundon z3srsTJiiasrcE3 a short ball made a rush for first opinion holds that the note is The Frankforts won a rather and in order to reach it before the Have Removed Bafzell Building genuine and gives judgment for long drawn out game from the ball got there slid head first the full amount with eight years Nicelys of Louisville on struck the bag with his head ON MAIN STEET TO He also orders that the Fred interest Saturday afternoon McChord turned a somersault and was safe Society be given six months in Our4iome battery VanDerveer a young man from Lakeland which to pay the judgment hold and Lindsey officiated and the who throws with his left hand ing that as individuals the Shakers Basement nf the Capital Hntel wanted a trial in the box and score shows how well they did own no property but as a Society their work 5They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a they do and in case the judgment proved a pretty tough customer Innings 12 346678 9 T short time for the first four innings when the Frankfort 10 0002111 6 21 is not satisfied within the specified 10110000 2Hit 5 locals having secured a big lead Legions Earned Runs Frankfort 12 Two Base time the property of the Society he seemed to ease up and allowed Swango Three Brse Hit Hall Base on Balls dence of Mr Barry South next The severest storm of the seais to be sold to pay the debt Off VanDerveer off Brown Passed Balls the Nicelys to bunch a few hits W Lindsey none6 Vance 9 4Time of Game Tuesday evening July 3d for the son visited our section last TuesThe Shakers wjjl probably appeal benefit of the Glee Club of this day evening The residence of Mr which with some careless fielding 280 Umpire Bice Scorer Barret the case place R A Baker was unroofed and a on the1 part of the home team Stay at Home chimney demolished besides other Rev J R Sampey D D of Saved the Sheep gave them their seven scores At Louisville and Rev S C Mitch- damage in the neighborhood of Dont go away from home in ell and Mr Robert Averill drove in a no time were the visitors in the family of Georgetown minor import search of amusement on the have been rusticating in Mrs Maggie Greathouse of our seclot of lambs from his fathers game however Fourth Stay at home and keep tion during the past week The score Hawesville MrsSamuella Sargent place on the Lawrenceburg pike cool There will be two games of The farmers have about finished of Bridgeport and Miss Ida Frankfort ab R Id sb po A E Thursday morning to be shipped Lindsey II lb Crockett ofThisleton have been 6 1 ball at the Park go out and enjoy harvesting their clover 2 0 10 and took thern around the Boule- - Hall 2bo the guests of Mrs Fannie Parrent Brown 6 the fresh air as well as encourage Eggs scarce butter plentiful and since last report 6 N stock Lindsey W 3b vard road to tlie L 5 Wlntersmltb ss Mr Marshall in his endeavor o blackberry coblers next 6 pens in Bellepoint In passing VanDerveer it Mr Charlie Kennie and sons 3 Ualecf give us a first class place of amuse5 Gardens being later than usual have planted their saw mill on the the mouth of Devils Hollow he Mercbant p It McCboriI 30 ment In the evening the German but few vegetables have yet ap- Â¬ farm of Mr let them go down to the river for Totals J C Noel where 42 14 J6 3 27 Benevolent Society will give a peared The prospects however they are engaged in turning out water but instead of drinking one Nicelys ab b 1b sn io a k moonlight picnic in the park and for an abundance is flattering first class lumber 1 ofjthe lambs started to swim the Cooney 2b 4 01320 McCarthy 8b 6 Miss Lena 171 those two attractions ought to is the guest Hertel of Greenup The mile of pike under con- Â¬ 1 Loollerlb 62 0 17 0 river when Mr Averill threw off Cox rf 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 furnish enough fun for an of Miss Annie South struction extending from the one on cf 4 his coat and vest and started to Robinson If 1 Detchun 4n 0 11 s a warm day Try it one time and The fanners have finished har Estes toll gate to Mr M B 1 61 ride in and turn it back but while Sullivan pss Perrln 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 you will feel better satisfied when vesting wheat The crop in the Lucas place is rapidly approach4 22 0402 in deep water his horse which Powell 0 is excellent in fact the re- ing completion main the day is over Totals 38 7 10 1 27 19 10 was very tired gaveout and sank mark has been made that Frank Forks of Elkliorn Innings 34 789T lin county never had a better He immediately under him BROWNS IRON BITTERS Frankfort 03 0 2 0 14 00 40 - 7 Regular services at Buck Run Owing to the dry season the to- cures Dyspepsia n rolled out of the saddle swam for Nicelys the lamb and brought it ashore to morrow at the usual hours bacco crop will be rather less than digestion Earned Buns Frjnkfort 7 Nicelys 2 Debility Two Base Hits Brown Merchant Robinson Rev J R Sampey D D of the usual The excellent season this Relieved of his weight the horse 2 Powell Southern Baptist Seminary of week will however enlarge the got back to the bank all right It Three Base Hit Wlntersmlth prospect Louisville will preach Stolon was warm enough to make Mr MerchantBases AVlntersmlth VanDerveer Hale McCarthy A protracted meeting is in The corn outlook is very en Averill enjoy his bath but he was Double Play W Lindsey to null to 11 Lindsey progress at the Christian Church couraging notwithstanding the Bases on Bulls Off Perrln 1 McChord 3 afraid for a time that the comin this place Struck Out By Perrln 3 by McCuord 7 conducted by backward spring Is averted or If too late to bined weight of his clothes and Passed Balls Powell Elder Polk South Blackberries abundant all other Time of Gumo 210 avert it It is often cured and lamb was going to carry him unUmpire Rice Fifty or more of our Sunday kinds of fruit berries of different always relieved by kinds excepted and probably late school people took advantage of der THE LEGION DONE UP the cheap rates offered by the ex- apples a failure Births Dr R C French who has The Louisville Legion Club cursion over the K M R R last Thursday and visited the Zoologi been engaged in the practice of Newman In St Loujs Mo came up Wednesday and played a cal Garden in Cincinnati The his at otuSunday June 24th to Mr P game with hf4 Frankforts at Thorn company was chaperoned by Rev the profession is Midway during past year lying quite ill at The visitors were a J H Burdin and Messrs G M his fathers home near this place H Newman and wife formerly of Hill Parkr good naturedSgdntlemanly set of Brock and H Stedman this city a son The Bro Burdin ministered to his day being fine was enjoyed to the flocks at Bethel and Mt Pleasant but were not in it rom - fellows National Educational Asoclathe Cream of Cod liver Oil start to finish us the locals took a fullest extent by all thereby indi last Saturday and Sunday tlon cating a oasis Cures Coughs Colds and Copious showers of rain have big lead the first time they came in the life of those so fortunate as visited our seetion this week causJuly 7 and 9 the Kentucky Mid to Weak Lungs Physicians the the bat and f he game was never to attend May this be but the land will sell tickets to Asbury world over endorse It close enough after that to be inter- - beginning of many such profitable ing all nature to put on new life Park N J and return at 3155 and a spontaneous outburst of esting befng sJovanddraggy The and pleasant recreations Dont be deceived by Substitutes This includes admission fee praise to go up to the Giver of all C D Bercaw G P A feature ofvthe game was Swangos PicpiMii by Scott A Bownu N V All Drutgitt A fete will be given at the resi for his goodness to sinful man I JTudgo JJarr Benders a Decision In an Important Case STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES Gayle Co Â¬ Â¬ LeCompte South Side CO Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT agents From the 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v G Â¬ ill 130 1 3000 020010 0- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONSUMPTION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Scotts - Emulsion Â¬ never-to-be-forgott- en Â¬ Â¬ Wfp 4 vfl W L COPPERSMITH 27 234 St Glair Street FRANKFDRT KY A m WHTCHMHKER HND JeWGLGR riNE w aoge3 woirk -- X - v r 4x i a ECIALTT uft 3STID SrOTTIR 0ZDE3 XlfcT is saijiczaE3D FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nttlje post ofllce nt FrnnkfortKentucky ns second class mailable matter Keeping nt It Good Wine if Mr W H Murray Secretary Mr James G Green of Tunnel of the Excutive Committee of the Hill Hardin qounty but for many GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub Kentucky River Improvement is years a resident of thte city and leaving no stone unturned to ad county in addition to raising fine FRANKFORT JUNE 30 1894 vance the cause of the Kentucky fruit on his place has commenced river and recently wrote a letter the manufacture of grape wine SEVERELY SHOCKED to the Louisville Commercial Club He hastsent several bottles of his Â¬ asking iUjiEiLKiinniLTrin the co operation of that make to friends in this city who The Experience of Several Work EaEaeycairaEaeaEaEaEqcacaEa men With a Trolly Wire body and received the following ronounce it very fine just the reply thing for use in case of sickness 3Do r Messrs Pat Coleman Mike where a nvld stimulant is needed Louisville Ky June 14 94 Zerr and Webb Ham employes Hon William H Murray Secretary We hope Jim finds fruit farming of Mr Ed Power were engaged Executive Committee KcntiCcky River much more profitable than toll Improvement Frankfort Ky in putting up a conveyor pipe 0 Dear Sir Your letter of May gate keeping and trust that he an37- - ZECeat from Messrs across Ann street 1 8th was State De- Â¬ Miles Sons mill to their eleva- Â¬ velopmentreferred to theand subse- Â¬ will soon make a fortune out of rgcacjjciangcnGiariaciariarjiaEnnn Committee ctrauacacaeatamucaatjaiiaca tor Wednesday morning and were quently reported to the Board of the business using a wire clothes line to lower Directors and letters urging the Crossing the Atlantic the old pipe and raise the new Kentucky Senators to secure an Usually Involves sea sickness When the waves wnen trie line came in contact with increase of the appropriation have play pitch ana toss with you strong Indeed must been forwarded as per enclosed be the stomach that can stand It without revolt the trolly wire of the street car copy -jng Tourists commercial travelers yatchsmen 5 manners all testify that llostetters Stomach line and a portion of the electric Very respectfully yours Bitters Is the best remedey for the nausea ex current was deflected and ran P N Clarke Pres perienced In rough weather on the water Nervous and weakly travelers by land often off on the line shocking Webb suffer from something akin to this a d find In Ham who was standing upon the June 14 1894 the Dltters Its surest remedy No disorder of so sumach top of the bridge over the street Hons Wm Lindsay and J C S Black Â¬ themay not beliver or bowels Is thisobstinate that It overcome prompt burn Unitca States Senate Washing- thorougn remedy Equally by i aclous Is It and efl for so badly that he came near falling ton D C chills and fever kidney nnd rheumatic trouble and nervounesn Emigrants to the frontier THE CHEAPEST tosthje-ground Zerr was standing Senators The State Develop- Â¬ should provide themselves with this line medici THE BEST IS AYE nal safeguard against the effects of vMssitudes ment Committee of the Commer- Â¬ of climate hardship exposal e and fatigue upon the ground holding one end AVOID IMITATIONS OP AND STJBSTI of pipe and had his hands badly cial Club of Louisville Ky after v careful investigation and consider- Â¬ Close Up on the Fourth TUTES FOR burned but Pat Coleman who ation of the subject has reported Â¬ was in the upper story of the ele- to the directory of the club its Every business house in the city vator only got enough of the hearty endorsement of the request should be closed on Wednesday current to make him think the of the Executive Committee oh next the Fourth so that proprie- Â¬ other workmen were playing a Improvement of Kentucky River tors and employes may take a day DeclG ly as embodied in a communication1 The wire clothes addressed to the Senators of the oT to be enjoyed as it may suit trick on him lines was burned in two in several State of Kentucky under date of each individual Business is not places by the contact with the May 9 1894 and subscribed Wm so brisk now as to require a mer- Â¬ H Murray secretary electric wire chant to keep his house open on The Commercial Club by its A President Assassinated directors therefore respectfully that day so close up and devote Go out and calls your attention to the subject the time to pleasure M Sardi Carndt President of as bearing most particularly on see the games of base ball or take the French Republic was assasst the prosperity and welfare of our your family to the country nd nated by aurItalian anarchist by State and earnestly requests you spend the day in the woods where the name ofSanto in the streets to use your influence in securing it is cool man lots I will sell to an increase of the of Lpns Sunday night The for the improvement appropriation on ton months of Kentucky for 45 Cure for Headache carriage of the President was river from 100000 the amount you a stopped that he might shake hands heretofore recommended by the As a remedy for all forms of Head- Â¬ call get a sample with the people who crowded the River and Harbor Committee of ache Electric Bitters has proved to bo the very best permat streets when Santo jumped upon the House of Representatives to nent cure and the effects adreaded moat which is the minimum habitual sick headaches yield to its 500000 the steps of the carriage The amount necessary to protect the influence We urge all who are President extended his hand which work already accomplished and afflicted to procure a bottle and give the assassin grasped in his left open to commerce that extensive this remedy a fair trial In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bitters raised the arm of the President and rich region watered by the cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long resist and plunged a long dagger into his classic stream the use of this medicine Try it once Very respectfully Large bottles only 50 cents at P H body inflicting a wound which Signed P N Clarke Pres Carpenters drug store 2 produced death in a short time Thos P Craig Sec FRANKFORT KY OLD The murderer was immediately No more profitable nor safe in- HALL Senators Lindsay and Blackburn vestment can be found than stock arrested by the police who had went before the Now is the time to plant committee on in the Commercial Building Assogreat dimculty in preventing the Friday and made arguments in ciation maddened populace from tearing favor of an increase of the appro- Â¬ him to pieces For Sale A combination hay priation and it is hoped will suc- Â¬ We have a newand complete stockjjof rake and stacker Apply to Wm M Carnot was greatly beloved ceed in securing the same Cromwell 37 tf by the French people and his m horrible death has cast a gloom Good Sale For Malaria Liyer Trou Â¬ On hand and will ask you to give us a call over the entire nation f The Fleetwood yearlings which ble cr Indigestion use C L GrAYLE LROWIsP IRON BISTERS WMcKEEiHARDIE Flower Service were sent to micago last week Tan21 lT were sold in the great horse sale For Sale or Hent My dwelling- The Childrens Song and Flower in that city Monday night and all house on Ann street tf J T Buckley Service will be held to morrow C3-Q TO- brought good prices averaging morning July 1st at the Grassy about 500 the string of twelve Awarded Springs Christian Church The netting 6000 Highest Honors Worlds Fair service is expected to be beautiful J W Fairbanks and instructive The morning sermon will be on the Flowers Postmaster at Manknto Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one of the Bible package of your Dr Hales House Â¬ El- hold Tea and it is the first medioine Winds Work I have found that has done mo any good For 30 years I have been The heavy wind of Tuesday troubled with liver and kidney trou Â¬ bles growing worse all the time For afternoon tore off a portion of the the last 10 years I have not been able to do or any work I roof of Miles Sons elevator and sleepymuch as though I couldfeel dull Whiskies Wines Bran not stir and lifted up the roof of the engine My bowels would not move oftener cues 06U use Alter taking than once Four-year-o- ld room of the mill Shade trees package Ia week much better ono 2 Anderson Co am and Have were badly damaged all over the now can take hold and work gallon Older goods a good appetite and bowels regular city same low For dyepepshveonstrpation allliver and kidney troubles etc it has no MOST PERFECT MADE Fresh bread and rolls every equal Only 25c and 50c a packago A pure Grape morning at M Busams the St at P H Carpenters drug store a from Ammonia Cream of Tartar Powder Free 235 Alum or any other adulterant Clair street baker 43 it May 2Mdi YEARS THB STANDARD 40 Â¬ GASOLINE STOVES EKVJ I 37-o-u- Ooofeing ut r5i Â¬ a t nn t5t- - m r SJ3rT STKEET - i r Stir v- w ar iJR - Â¬ i SAPOLIO M i KENTUCKY TOBACCO Crockers Honest Fertilizers any reliable in ton per eight time with note without interest If dont want ton order and Â¬ ll m GL S HMNNER STAND W McKEE HARDIE ti Â¬ Â¬ Seed LANDRETHS -- t V I -- DR JOHN DRESGOLL w CREAM n3 LJQUOfi MERCHANT BAKING P0WMR For absolutely pure lor meaicmai ana iamny Whisky per at the rate Broadway Opposite Capitol Square y f u BaK3BaujujEacyuaua ezi itLtfjtifiiwf airirir Tjiitirjcirt Tnrari jirjiZirja iiziMiiiLjjjijaLiiiiJi Dii r nntiiirirjinr Tijnrgcir nr nr riijir nrijir ua K2kJG3caxLrjrjkaUirjc2 nririnrirjiirnrnr innci ir irnr ir -- on ESS 0 O IS OZBTTXaxaiEie resicLezTb en JE3CJE5JE1L wKP 5 jEKOVr T 7 aZEBTTTaiEaZIEJIEe Secretary ni Â¬ en gg 131 ua nn a eji EJ1 ua en tc a EHf II We figure a little profit on any one sale and so are always busy and WE MAKE A GREAT MANY SALES and in this way we have sold one or more vehicles to every family in this sec tion of the country These families have found out just as everybody else has that there is ONLY SS ONE PLACE tN FEANKFORT where you can buy all KINDS VEHICLES and only those made in Frankfort by hand worK and home capital and labor ESI RZI ft in 12 a C3 ES BE VEHICLES HARNESS AND SADDLES LAP COVERS AND WHIPS Cheaper than you ever bought them ca ca au eci 13 eei- a - Come to us E3 eh EST ezi EtLl 1331 an ca FOR- - BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE MACHINE OIL en ca be ca en encnBnBnBnEnBnrnBnBnBnEnBnencaBrscneaenBarnenearBgEacrnrnenBnBnen EBBaeiaBaBncnBiaenBnBneaenncieneaenennneaeaencnenenenRncnenenenennn cacacacauaiaacaiiacacauatiauaisacaBacacacatcauauiaeatacaEacacaLaEaca ca uaiiauiacaacacaLjacaiiaeauauacaatucatatiacatacacakaiiaizacauatjaiiuacaca ca eei ea E2 THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS JUNE 80 1894 en cn Ea en ca en Ea en ua en ca en a en ua FRANKFORT KQ UP ABOUT i m FRANKFORT To prevent the sale of cigaretts to any person under 18 years of age- DR W i KELLEY Council Proceedings Regular Meeting June 26 1894 W E- - V IP ivr t - i - v IN LEXINGTON KY All the members of the council Saturday July 7 1894 were present except Councilmen Saturday July 21 1894 Miles Fortune Sower and Wil Â¬ Saturday August 4 1894 liams Saturday August 18i 1894 The minutes of the last meeting HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca were read and approved operation and with little or no pain Mr L B Weisenberg presented BEEEBENCES W McKee Bardie Frankfort Ky a petition asking permission to re- Â¬ J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky build his shop recently burned on J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky East Main street riear the arsenal Ber L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Some of the adjoining property ff J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky owners objected to his building Jas M WIthrow Frankfort Ky and the petition was referred to DBKELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may street committee x be found every day of each week except SATUR Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS J F Dailys petition for a re- Â¬ and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing bate of 50 on his coffee house 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FBEE license on account of interference his trade by the building of the of new bridge was laid on the table A remonstrance with a long list of names attached wfts presented protesting against the Council giv ing the Street Railway Company the right to haul freight over its lines in South Frankfort On motion of Councilman Pruett the petition was noted and filed The question as to whether Mr Early as Usual John L Scott shall pay taxes on Prof T M Turner who is his property was referred to finance in committee It is probable that the always ahead of everyone else eaVly corn had the first city and Mr Scott will submit an raising of hjs garden on agreed case to Judge Cantrill on roasting ears out He plants the Adams Tuesday the question The ordinance giving the Street Extra Early variety and as a conRailway freight privileges was then sequence has an extra early crop taken up and Mr Utterback every year rrioved to strike out that part Setting Plants of the ordinance giving the com- Â¬ Sept 23 tf the rain of Tuesday was a great pany the right to haul freight to and from all manufacturing estab Â¬ blessing to the farmers as it put B CHOATE Wakefield Choate L H FINNELL Formerly of lishments on any street or alley His the groundin good condition for motion was lost by a vote of 6 to 2 setting tobacco plants which vas Â¬ The ordinance was then passed taken advantage of and by WedMessrs Haly and Utterback Voting nesday evening quite a large AND acreage of the weed was planted against it FACTOY The ordinance requiring Dan Sometime ngo I waa troubled with HOGSHEAD I Meagher Sr and V Kaltenbrun an nttaok of rheumatism mirl used Pnln Tlnlm tuna w a l ninvYittolnriaJ n j UIIHiUUUHI to raise the gutter in front 01 tneir completely cured I have since ad HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs of my friends property on St Clair street was vised manytry the remedy and cus Congleton Bros I nm prepared to furnish and all tomers to SHINGLES speak highly of it Simon Goldbaum DOOBS passed TUBNED SASH San Luis Itey Oal For sale by Phil WORK BLINDS The ordinance providing for the Oabpenteb South Side Drugpcist STAIR WORK FBAMES basin on construction of a catch i AND AIJ KINDS OF For the nicest and lightest bread Shelby street not to exceed 30 go to M Busam the St Clair in cost was passed baker 43 it as well as tobacco hogshmls Factory ono and a The ordinance to widen Second street half blocks from IVst Ofllce on river froiit Frankfort from street in South Cow fok Sale A first class A share of publlo patronage Is solicited Fincel block to city school and milk cow is offered at a bargain FINNELL build a wall next to river was Apply to William Cromwell CHOATE Sept 2 lv 4 1 tf passed s Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Ordinance providing for a retainWorlds Pair Highest Award ing wall to be built from Williams Geoa corner to Burns7 shop on Upper Buclclons Arnica Salve Main street was adopted The best salve in the world for Outs Ordinances of the following Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Jtboum I have for sale 2000 A No Fever Sores Tetter Chopped Hands titfes were passed 1 For Qlrln uauijCEDAR POSTS nrtA nUllkltnn nnii niiu nil una TCwrrn UtliiUmiUOj UU1UD fast driving on the tlona and positively cures Files or further particulars apply to To prevent no pay required It is guaranteed t me on my premises streets give satisfaction or money refunded T N Arnold To prohibit the carrying of con- Â¬ Price 25 cents per box For sale by 8 ly Feb 2 tf Oabpenteb veapons Phil cealed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To prevent the interruption of church worship or schools To fix a penalty for shooting at or wounding any person To fix a penalty for petty lar- Â¬ ceny To fix a penalty for defacing or injuring any public property v To prevent cruelty to animals To prevent the discharge of fire arms in Frankfort and prevent the discharge of fireworks of any kind except on July 4th and Christmas To better tecure good order in the city To prohibit gaming To establish a Board of Health for the city and authorize said board to inspect all food sold Mr Marshall presented an ordinance providing for widening Bridge street in South Frankfort and for condemnation of the nec- Â¬ essary ground therefor but it was referred backto finance committee Councilman Williams who came in late had his name recorded in favor of street railway ordinance The council then adjourned OFCINCINNATI0willbeattne Gas for Cooking Purposes PHOENIX HOTEL HiHHlHBit H jiiilKNi Announcement to Consumers - PLAHIUG MILL - The final arrangements governing the Cake Baking Contest have been made by the committee and are as follows All the ladies competing will have the cakes delivered at the office of the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co before 9 a m July 3rd 1894 where they will be received numbered and placed on exhibi tion The committee will examine them and award the prizes between the hours of 1 1 a m and 12 m of that day The committee will examine them and award the prizes as follows 20 00 in gold First prize for the best White Loaf Cake Second prize for the best Angel Food Cake 15 00 in gold 10 00 in gold Third prize for the best Layer Cake The cakes will be numbered and placed on receptacles furnished by the Company Everything being done to insure absolute fairness in the contest No cake will be accepted unless cooked by bonafide owner and user of gas stove All cakes to be without outside iceing so as toshow the bakiqg Ladies competing are respectfully requested to notify the Company by letter or in person that ample provision may be made for taking care of exhibit Cakes may be removed by owners on evening of the same day when announcement will be made and prizes awarded All gas stove users are earnestly requested to compete as the com- Â¬ pany wishes to make the contest as interesting as possible All of which meets the approval of the Committee Mrs James ballell Miss Mary Page Miss Josephine Murphy 002vOvEIXXEE2 V YOU WANTTO GKEJT - ZElkT 03ST Finish For a House THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Come while c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment Is unbroken -- Â¬ i Posts REDUGED PRIGE8 R ROGERS greatly SON x A An H TTOf W i V JM wi MASTIN mSTT XiifMttSiXf If llII flit II I If I f i -- BROTH ExvS We have on hand the finest lot of ve hicles ever in the city prices to suit the times 1 A u l Â¬ mmmmamssammmmmamm III I Ill Air I s JDU and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere Satisfac tion guaranteed S L B Â¬ p REIilGIOUS Matrimonial Â¬ IJarge Excursion Party Â¬ MARSHALL WA GAINES m lr kV W mi Baptist Ohukcii Rev W 0 Tay Mr The members of the Kentucky Crutcher - Cardwkxl lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m Wash Crutcher of this county River Fruit Compmy from Dayto morrow No services at night Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 and Miss Mary Cardwell of Lex- ton Ohio together with their ington came down Thursday even1 families comprising a party of am O train from thirty eight came up Saturday ing on the C Catholic Church Rov Father E J Donley will conduct the ser Lexington and immediately re- evening on the steamer Falls City Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a vices at Ohurch of the Good Shep paired to the residence of Rev spent severaf hours in the city and share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased herd to morrow George Darsie on West Main went on up the river returning A good line of both city and country propeVty for sale at all times Low mass at 8 a m High mass at The trip was street where they were quietly Sunday evening 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m OFFICE 236 BfAIN STREET made for the purpose of taking a married by that gentleman in the Christian Church Rev George presence of a few relatives and look at several hundred acres of Darsie preaches nt 11 oclock to- friends The groom is the father land the company bought near Life Insurance bought and sold FOR SALE morrow No services at night Gratz in Owen county about a of Messrs O R and J W and loans negotiated Episcopal Church The usual Crutcher of this city and is a year ago and set out in fruit trees ROOMS FRAME COTTAGES OF services to morrow will be conducted prosperous farmer in the Jetts and viewing the splendid scenery TWO on Taylor avenue FOJR Is good This property and will be sold on easy payments to by Rev R L McOready the reotor Station neighborhood while the on the Kentucky river They tfai right party It you are Interested come quick Preaching at 11 and 8 oclock bride a most excellent lady has were highly pleased wih their First Presbyterian Church been a teacher in the Orphans investment which will bring them Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will Home in Midway for several years large returns in a year or two and occupy hiB pulpit to morrow at 11 Lo AFINEFARBI OF 210 ACRES FINELY good tAfter the ceremony the newly enjoyed their trip on the river from Frankfort on n oclock No evening service turnpike ruid upon which tuere Is a brick resi The communion of the Lords Sup wedded pair went to the country very much Mr Knox Brown who TWO STORY FRAME RESI PENCE OF6ROOMS dence of 6 rooms a tenement of four rooms and 63 by IOC feet Tills allother npcerfsriry Improvements Lewis street with This land Is per will be celebrated to morrow home of the groom fold the company one of his farms Is very valuable property lot t In a high state of cult vatlon the Improvements are In line condition and In order to make a morning Preparatory services this qulcic sale will be offered at a barualn Lutkemeier Sower MrHenry retaining a large amount of stock morning at 11 oclock F Lutkemeier of the drug firm was with the party and was very enthusiastic over the future of this Methodist Church Rev H G of Messrs J W R Williams Henderson will preach to morrow Co Mamie Sower new industry in Owen and Miss morning at 11 oclock Union serOF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH Mr eter C Sower ments In the city consisting of Rood clean vice in the evening at 8 oclock daughter of Married in New Albany stock of coo Js and a well established profitable Sermon by Rev J McClusky Blay were married Tuesday morning at trade This Is a One opportunity for a man with ney D D the Church of the Good Shepherd 253 ACRES 3 Mr Chas H Pryor of Rich- capital FROM A FARM OF on h good turnpikeMILES with a Frnkfort road offic- mond and Miss Mattie B SinSunday school meets at 030 a m Rev Father E J Donley residence of noms2 tenement houses 2 tobacco and stock bar is beside- all other neces The Epworth League Sunday event iating sary linprovemei ts All of the Improvements The attendants were Mr clair of this cityf eloped to New lncludliiiitlio re clng on this pnpertyurenew ing meetings will be discontinued Frank Gobber and Miss Katie and In firm class udltton This farm has a Albany Indiana on Wednesday quantity ot e tobiiccoliind and would also make until September ena hrst clnss stock fimn it ulso Ims u young The bridal party were Sower where they were married The pencil orchard of u thousand tiees besides other Presbyterian Church tertained at an elegant breakfast at groom formerly lived in this city TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM fruit This Bouthern 14 acres of land in Bridgeport Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor the home of the brides parents but has been in business in Rich- is good property and Is offered at a bargain will occupy his pulpit to morrow on Holmes street immediately mond since January ist The morning at 11 oclock but there will the ceremony and left on the bride is the daughter of Mr Jno after be no evening service N train for a bridal H Sinclair Sunday school at 930 1020 L trip to the eastern cities Union Service The two Presby FARM OFG0 ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES A and other necessary Improvements two Shryock Jett At the resiterian the Baptist Christian and miles from Frankfort This property Is all In RESIDENCE uF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES srassand would make an excellent Dairy or xi street i iu property has a lot by 150 feet Methodist Churches will hold a union dence of the brides mother near Garden farm and is weillocatul service each Sunday evening during Jetts Station this county Mr the summer boginning to morrow Miss Leonna night at the Methodist Ohurch Dr Ed D Shryock and were married Wednesday Blayney of the First Presbyterian Jett Church will deliver the the dis- evening by Rev Hugh McLellan L 8 MARSHALL CO Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance Ags Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORALE I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORALE - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR J3 ALE FOR SAExEl ri j Â¬ imt Â¬ Â¬ FOR SA LE G7 tffflfSS v Â¬ course The protracted meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church was closed Sunday night owing to the fact that Dr E H Guerants health would not permit him to come and Rev D Clay Lilly was unable to continue the meeting alone Will Build tlio House The contract for the erection of Mr John R Todds new building on St Clair street at the north end of the bridge was let on SatÂ¬ S2iH ifw5 lVv Bfck In the ftS L B MARSHALL r fcl CO fwv wJ tW HPK r Jb Dandru l Rev W J Howe of Orawfordsville Ind commonceda protracted meeting Heart Disease Curablo at Graofenburg Christian Ohurch on Tuesday night and will continue the The truth of this Btatetnerft may b same for several weeks He is preach doubted by msuiy but when Dr Â¬ ing to large congregations each even Franklin Miles the eminont Indiana ing and the meeting has already been specialist claims that heart disease productive of great good Everyone in ctirable and proveait by thousands lsinvited to attend of testimonials of wonderful cures by his now heart euro it attracts the The Excursion attention of the millions suffering with short breath palpitation irreg Â¬ to ular pulse wind in stomach pain in The Sunday school excursion Hide or shoulder smothering spells o A P Davis Cincinnati on Thursday was a big fainting dropsy Silver Greek Nebraska by using thing it requiring seven coaches fuur bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart to carry the crowd which went Oure was completely cured after twelve years suffering from heart over and spent the day in the disease This wonderful remedy it All enjoyed wld by J W Gayle Books free 5 Zoological Garden Hurraing In Vehicles the day and returned home that night feeling that they had gotten In addition to their regular line more fun out of a dollar than they Harness ever dreamed could be obtained the Kentucky Buggy The Works offer very cheap several for so small an amount crowd was a very pleasant one and second hand buggies and surries not a 6inge unpleasant thing hap- Â¬ also a good jersey wagon and one pened on the trip to mar their buckboard All in good running order pleasure 42 3t Â¬ urday to Messrs for 3733- - Buckley Co oreo enjoys Both method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ U 4A m O We s Trig Hair Have You Dandruff Havo You a QuarterP Crlvo us the Quar Â¬ Will H iTABLERSDIT ter Save Your Hair P BUCK EYE riUU OINTMENT A SURE XmXTGGIfiTS SOID BY A fretiutlfcTSICEASSCOH USD CO DT LOUIS May 12 1 y M CURES NOTHING BUT PILES N substitute tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its eflects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Keep Your Lrl Quarter and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES 9 1 Lose Your Hair Sold by All fob 10 ly Druggists Ji TKAIIE 31AIIK IOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALM HE WORMS m nt Â¬ Miles Norvo and Liver Pills Aot pn a now principle regulating the liver stomach ana bowels though Dr the nerves A now discovery Miles Pillsspeedily cure biliousness vermifuge 20 EVERY WHITES CREM FOR YEARS st Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE Biaunosoic redicihis co GUARANTEED1 loots Â¬ SOU JJV AM DRUGGISTS Prtpirad by 1 1 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE NEW YORK W NX bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doBCB for 25 cents Samplesfree nt J WGayJes Frankfort Ky 45 ly JUuy y cuted at this Job work neatly exe Â¬ Gfflce I wrtA Sl J A i l fSM i it r 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices - Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows 1 Hardware and Wall Paper s Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colors Iron and Steele Roofing Bar Iron Plows Barbed and Plain Wire Varnish and Brushes Blacksmiths Material Mill Supplies Sash and Door0 Rubber Cloth Sole and Harness Leather Rubber Hose Whips and Glass Lime and Cement Rims Spokes and Wheels Hoes Forks and Rakes Rock and Barrel Salt Rope and Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe in need 6f them On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when Cor Main and Lewis Streets A BIG BLAZE CE M A COLLINS Advertised Letters at Frankfort Opposite the Farmers Bank nncaKiaGnnaEnnnnnrsaEnEaniwsn ance on stock and 2500 on the building The fire was occasioned by the WILIilAMS JLIVERY STABLE explosi n of a lantern an employe BURNED TOGETHER had taken into the second story WITH Aklj HIS VEHICLES on going there to get out a vehi- Â¬ cle uacutJacauuaakaucLiaaaEUiJiica EaiaaiauuauauaiaauauiaesiuauuECJf ECS EH QQ aa HM EG BEl ca Below will be found a list of adver aa V V Irf1 BBS rjpi L3QT tised letters for the week ending k2J We believe in plain hb raid Advertise no baits they are misleading June 28 1894 nHBnnnrnKnrsannrariiaEEiEEiGEina Kentucky Â¬ lF ri Broyler Mr Brown u IV St s But the Horses About Flumes Saved From the lb- If tl a i - - fv 1 ten oclock Thursday night an alarm was sent in from box No 12 and looking in the direction of the location of the box the liverv stable of Mr H R Williams on Second street The fire was seen to be on fire In order to reach the roof of department was soon on the ground and seeing that the whole the grocery when Fire Chief business block on the corner of Griffin called for men to come up Second and Bridge streets was and help with the hose Plugman liable to be destroyed a second Ed Taylor climbed an iron post The fire was supporting the wooden awning alarm was sounded burning furiously in the north end aver the side entrance to the against which building and from the roof of the of the stable the rear ends of the drug store of awning shinned it up a line of 16 the top of the building Co and the hose Messrs LeCompte grocery of Mr N F Richardson If necessary after he got up there abutted but both buidinrs being he would have slid down the protected by high firtrwalls were not stream of water pouring from the in danger so the attention of the nozzle In their anxiety to save the fire boys was iven to coi fining the fire to the stable ard saving property Qf Mr Phil Carpenter the grocery of Mr Williams the the druggist from the flame drug store of Mr P H Carpen- Â¬ some of his friends rushed in ter and the cortcctioneiy of Mr tore down his desk apd rolled his John Klebtr all of which were in fire proof safe in which his books Tlny ivaden noble and valuable papers were securely great danger fight and not only kept the flames locked out on the sidewalk while goods n the stable but saved a good expensive and perishable were left on the shelves portion of it At one tinn flames was as Â¬ Mr Tom Crutcher were rolling out the side windows of the stable thirty feet high and sisting in getting horses out of the only about ten feet na in the stable and after one had been cut second story of Mr Williams gro- Â¬ loose from the stall he struck it cer there was a large tank of coal with a whip when the animal oil with only the glass of a win lashed out with its heels striking dow between it and the fire him irt the side and knocking him Had the flames or a spark gotten senseless He was taken out into into that window the whole block air arid revived after water was would have gone but well thrown in his face from the streams of water Nervous Prostration roof of the grocery and the shed in front of the stable averted the A large manufacturer whose affairs were very much embarrassed and danger who was overworked and broken The fire was a hot one but the down with nervous exhaustion went to a celebrated specialist He was numerousstreams of water turned told that the only thing needed was to be and on it soon had it under control have relieved of care and worry doo a change of thought This and the danger was all passed in tor was more considerate of his pa Â¬ tients health than of his financial less than an hour circumstances He ought to have When the stable was discover- Â¬ advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ remedy for ed to beon fire willing hands ative Nervine the best nervous prostration sleeplessness rushed in and saved all the dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium o Thou Â¬ horses and the place was full of sands testify to oures Books and them as many country people trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 who went on the excursion to Cincinnati had put up their horses there in the morning and did not return until fter the fire Only two of the ati was over mals were injured one belonging mmmmt g ere tU to Mr John Sanders of the I v jhm 55 din c r Bridgeport neighborhood had the skin burned off his back and one belonging to Mr W H Mastin was burned about the hind legs The vehicles belonging to Mr nJB ggg ca 4 Williams were kept in the second story of the stable and were all de von DYSPEPSIA stroyed except two buggies and a Indigestion and Btomach disorder take ftUOWNS IIION BITTHIIS loss is Mr Williams surry All dealers keep it tl per bottle Genuine hai trade mark and crowed redltaeion wrapper about 6000 with 1500 insur -- Bruce Mrs S E Cook Charles Cardwell Frank Mr John Will Johnson who Cunningham clerks for Mr Williams was one Howard of the hardest workers at the Caldwell Miss Tera fire and received two hard falls demons Miss Marrie one in the stable where he went Cotton Mr R N and saved the last two remaining Olayborne Miss Sallie horses and the other on the roof Drew M E Dailey T M of the grocery Edwards MrWm SPAKK9 Roberta Miss J M nil business methods Parker Mrs EH Estha Renner Mr James Ranor Mrs Jane Roark Willie O H to give each and every patron equal value II Lewis and Semones I2a You think that is the proper way for an honest reliable mer- - gg na chant What lasting advantage can a dealer attain who habit- - bo Moseatar Miss Scott Miss Annie Bin ually deceives eeb DONT - I I BE BIB Vance S B EEt ECt Qt Washington Miss EH Ed Clara Hudson Thos Are too frequently resorted to by some but we maintain our ca Jackson Frank Wallace F F nn 3 Henry Kg old honest methods tnat nave stood tne test 01 30 years with gg Williams J col Jones Mies Emma DB yu- and are here still Jeter Martha J Williams John BE GS1 ca col King Lucien EEJ Ed Williams J L Lindner David aa ca Mrs Lone Miss Gatha Harrison EZ aa oa DEI Lowry Mrs Mary John ECU BE Mitchell M r Whitt Mr James LJJ ca West Robert Fayette Bi3 P En Da McKenny Elbert Warford Mr Ruf WJ Ed Ed Mills Mr Henry fard aa Mathingley James White Miss Susie aa Shoe Old urn an 42H Da Young Mr S A T M r Minister Salem N EinEaEnEafrEsrnEnrjaEannissEa rnEacarciEnEnEstEa laBrjEiaBnEs Morrison Church Lucins When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised Wm Gaertner T J Ransdell R A White A ITftCJ J Frynyer Qunter Bell Sampson Sarah Harris James Henderson John Tracy Catherine Turner Will Florence TubsonMiss Annie Taylor Mrs Eliza ffi Women and Childrens Shoes and we aUavs atm to be the gg not Ejj3 lowest in prices Tracy Lee ca Tracy Robt En Stanly Mr John Thornton Mrs Stevens Miss Phebie 1 Ba Bia EQ US it UlctL t u i wc imiiuic wic uin ai jmuc- BELIEVE r4i nnA ui guuu c EOt iki ituauic -- ir muii jg Vogt Mr George Miss Vaupelt au Hats Caps School Books IN oa BE BE c nn DECEPTIONS McCLURE Reliable Bin a ii - 1 RK SON The Dealers Busams bread is always fresh Give him a trial order and light 43 11 J K -- WIM - -- Card of Thanks Â¬ Tr M 3AC CO - -- fi K The Mt Sterling Gazette con- Â¬ tains the following with the request that the Frankfort papers H GREEjH RIVER TO WAREHOUSE copy We desire to extend our heart- Â¬ HttiaaSMBFifmrssSiJHlgJ felt thanks to the dear people of Ii tyffiiiWsvJm Frankfort who were so kind and Mwwsn good to us during the illness and death of our wife and daughter May the Mrs Lula McMichael we hope Lord bless them and that if they are ever compelled to WHITE R2TSUELL CD Props go through the same trouble that we may be with them to admin- Â¬ MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY ister to their wants and sympathize MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE with them as they di us Returns Promptly Made Four Months Auction Sales Daily RODT A BOTTS AND WlFE Storage Free of Charge J B McMlCHEAL -- Green River Tobacco Warehouse Guaranteed Cure BlTWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelbyville Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf U3 5 Spf 0mi We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ FostekBaird S B Holmes gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and cSC Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with a Cough Cold or -SJ2JL-Ij-JLMm jggJLsrttts any Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this remedy as directed in Fancy Goods Toilet Articles Soaps Perfumery Patent Medicines giving it a fair trial and experience DEALERS agents for Willards Cough Balsam Orders sent promptly to all no benefit you may return the bottle -TELEPHONE RING 44 parts of the city and have your money refunded June2 ly We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr Kings New Dis covery could be relied on It never The price 25 cents disappoints Trial bottles free at After shampooing the hair with many others Carpenters Drug Store this once a week it should be places it in the reach of all Sold Phil 2 Large size 50c and 100 brushed hard twice a day and in by druggists or sent direct from this manner all the dandruff which the factory Hints to Prcfacrvo tho Hair has not been removed by the Fayette Manufacturing Co Louisville Ky There is nothing which all of shampoo but loosened from the anxious to keep or scalp will be brushed out us are more Many Persons are brofceu The only preparation now on the more touchy about when lost than or household cares market that will successfully do down from overworkBitters Rebuilds tho a good suit of hair Iron Browns digestion removes excess of bile Its aystem aids It has been said it is womans this work is Shampona cures malaria Get the genuine use absolutely removes and glory it might also be added constant mans weak point To keep the dandruff relieves itching cures N R R will sell The L hair healthy it is necessary to eczema cleans and invigorates the round trip tickets to Rowling Recommended by some Green keep a clean scalp removing all scalp Ky July 2d and for dandruff which stops up the pores of the most prominent men and morning trains of the 3d limited of the scalp thus preventing the women in the country including to July 7th on account of Colored oil which nature supplies from Mrs Henry Watterson Mr Arthur Teachers Association To do this you Peter Mrs W B HaldemanDr doing its duty H B Logsdon Agt should use some mild antiseptic J T Barnum Mrs Nellie Ewing Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder which not only cleans the scalp Wright Prof T B Threlkeld Cheatham and A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder but relieves itching and irritation Mrs Dr Wm X3COXj3E1S IKta va Â¬ T 1 1 i j i vrwmwvy I WMBHH roraapw s 77ICP TF vv vT WW3 - IAS1 SENSATIONAL I c jMf o FRANKFORTS BIGGEST SALE I 1 t rV Clothing Shoes Hats SO 000 STOCK CRUTGHER CLOTHINGlflMMlMS 120 Childrens Suits all wool assorted colors fine goods only 299 were H and 5 500 pairs Mens Working Pants 49c were 75c 43 pairs Childrens Knee Pants only 15c Â¬ tu i 4 m STARKS X Having determined to consolidate their entire business they offer their inir mense stock for the following prices FOR GASH Every dollars worth to be closed out One big lot Working Shirts 23c were 40c only One big lot Half Hose black brown and grey mixed only 4c worth 10c One big lot All Linen Collars four ply only 10c were 15c One big lot Mens Half Hose brown black and tan only 12c were 25c k 1500 Mens Jeans Pants only 99c were 150 299 150 Mens All Wool Pants were 500 155 Boys Long Pants Suits all wool 20 styles go at 5 and 6 were 9 and -- One big lot of Suspenders fine goods 25c were 50c One big lot Cluett Com PK Bosom Shirts only 75c were 150 One big lot All Linen Bosom White Shirts only 49c One big lot Boys 4 to 12 only 19c 10 Mens Grey Blue and Tan Suits all wool go at 750 were 10 and 15 75 Mens Grey Blurt and Black Suits all wool go at 10 wore 15 and 18 About 200 Shirt Waists ages About 125 fine Clay Diagonal Suits flat braid sack or frock go at 15 were 25 One big lot Negligee Shirts very fine goods only 1 One big lot Brown Balbrigan Under shirts and Drawers only 49c wero 75c One big lot Hem Stitched Handker Â¬ chiefs for ladies and gentlemen 3 for One big lot of alpaca coats go at 1 up to 4 were 150 to G One big lot Blue and Black Serge Coats and Vestego at 5 wore 750 and 8 25c One big lot Boys Tan Shoos 125 pairs Ladies Oxfords go at G0c were 150 and 175 were 85c and 100 One big lot of MonsTan Shoes 150 45 pairs Ladies Oxfords go at 90c wero 200 and 225 were 125 One big lot of Mens Hand Sewed 75 pairs Ladies Oxfords 100 cut Tan Shoes 400 were 500 and 600from 125 and 150 One lot Jos A Bunstons French One big lot Misses Oxfords only cCalf Hand Sowed Shoos sold for G50 99c cut from 150 i go as long as they last for 400 This 20 pairs Mens Strap Sandals 99c is a great bargain for you cut from 125 One big lot of Boys Congress Shoes Onebig lot of Ladies Kid Shoos D slightly damaged go at 75c wore 150 and E last 110 cut from 150 One big lot of Misses Shoes assorted 30 pairs Ladies Tan Goat Oxfords sizes go at 100 wore 150 115 wero 150 10 pairs Ladies White Canvas Oxfords 120 wero 150 75 pairs Ladies Tan Slate and White Oxfords 140 were 200 30 pairs Ladies Tan Goat Oxfords 140 wero 175 and 200 One big lot of Boys Straw Hats 15c 30 pairs Ladies Patont Vamp Boots were 40c n hand sewed 200 wero 400 One big lot of Boys Dross Straw 145 pairs Barnards hand sowed Ox Hats 25c wore 00c All other Hats fords wore 350 to 500 go now at cut in proportion t 250 Qno Big lot of Trunks sBags Tele- All other Shoes cut scopes an suncr ino same rouucuon 37 - SHOES Sii fifA M M JlS - r - -- v- Ik 41 Â¬ Hats Trunks Â¬ jm m - v- This Sale Continues Until Every Dollar Is Closed 1 t ft ri rs Hffl CRXJTCHER QT1 dCXJCUXO A T TTQ OJ it v