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Digital page images are linked to the text file. gMtfflWatB Mmsm if- - The VOL XXII lor tlic Houmlaboutl Framfort Rommbout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY GEO A LEWIS PubliBhor TERMS 100 In Advance NO 40 FRANKFORT KY I JINE 8 1899 j Morning - ij Lo a cock in the barn h 7 i s - j It fcC 8ounds the signal of morn And the younglings approvo From their nest In the mow And the cast blossoms red Like theoheek of a maid When the first kiss of love- Is impressd On her brow From tho odorous mint With a sparkle and glint Drips tho chrystalino dew By the clear Running brook While the musical note From tho soft yellow throat Of a lark comes to you From a near Ulover nook HHF A Pome I poet of ye olden tymo in response to the toast of Our Board of Educaat the Alumni banquet on tion Wednesday night of last week and wo have taken the liberty of publish Tho following was written by yo Â¬ ingit To speak In public on this stage So Ill just read a few short lines And go tho way my mind inclines To the city fathers and our Mayor A gentleman of courtly air No better officer or wiser An educated hypnotizer I bid you welcome ono and all To hear mc in this pretty hall School Is over and our loads Are laid aside for pleasant Rhoads And I a trustee can afford To say soraothing about our Board Weve dono our very very best To make eaoh child and teacher blest Our Chairman Roberts does preside With dignity and honest pride While Nelson scribe records our votes And writes down all important notes And Hubbard too is always there To see that all is on the square And Todd as sweet as his own candy Always makes hlmsolf quite handy And Aoiowell Howell tries to do Is known to me as well as you While as for mo I keeps em straight And never lets em stay out late And now unto thoso ladies fair Who give this feast I breathe a prayer I hope theyll paBS through all the grades And none of them will dio old maids But husbands they will mildly rule In llfos sovoro and rugged school And of our Board Im very proud It is a most important crowd And eo I hopo youll like our ways And always give ua proper praise For wo will soon bo out of sight So now I bid you all good night Youd scarce expect one of my ago j ZEKC YOCUfllS Impressions of Sam Jones Has Done Louisville I Thinks He Alore Good H Than all the Preachers Have Done In Ten Years Ky Louisville ID 1809 May Mil Dear Aepheint 1 J w The only Sam Jones in tho world held a threo weeks meeting here Ho held it In a largo tent at night with not less than ten thousand hearers Mr Stewart his ablaut in one of tho finest preachers In tho world Ijillionncss and drunkenness Is ep idemic lieie Dr Jones gno largo closes of Hhio Mass medicine- which had a tendency both up and down Tnfho days practice Dr Stewart gavebiokcn Iokb of Mother Wis All that lows Soothing Syrup Â¬ proving preachers aro puleeictH witn ingiu vet poor fellows they are between the devil and tho deep blue fen If they wero to tell their members of their sins their salaries would stop They couldnt wear plug imts iuul IUUR I a aavt IIICIHIIt iln lift Some ot tho big and little a HIOU a - I I A 1 11 aJ till- - I kid gloves and long tailed black Coscl Truth ati Sam says tlint if they continue1 in their old habits preachers and j Wo tnke the following from the members will all go to null Jones and Stewart held their Ilichtnond Pantograph of May 2Gth liv meetings at dluerent places At the and ask a careful and unprejudiced SJth StreetTobaccoWnrohousefor men reading by every one For one we only Si in Jones spoke In the talk at know that it is as true as gospel to tne wart nousu lie spoko of the race course Said it wasa grandsight tosee far as our experience of fifty years every horso and rider on tho homo and more goes stretch with nostrils distended and lUOU IUC1IKH AND IOOIl IOOItEK riders doing overything to win lie1 did not think It was so bad to see m Some sinner or other akmost likely a at I alaaaa t fata h them run but that the dirty dugs jJUIUUMI UUUUl IVI1 VVIIIUIIVO lliffl by announcing that bet mado it so Said lie had nut siaitled mo world become so rad seen a race for 25 years If ho was that legislation had passing by a rucn course and a big ically wrong if not corrupt that race was on hand he would go one with almost uvery new law the rich eyu on it and see it Ho men gave a became richer and the puor poorer glowing description of a race between Thousands of foolish people believe in Ke two rival railroau trains wnose that statomunt rlirht hero winnin tracks ran parallel fur 20 miles Sam tuckv to this day It is a they aro was on a Big Four train with 12 card tell the people that coiches and 4 sleepers Mogul engine bing robbed that is tell the poor pulling The other train consisted of people so they aro much tnoro Â¬ G coaches passenger engine pulling numerous thau the rich and tell Plwi rtittft tiMia tifinlr tinrl iijftk tnr umim them that you aro going to put a distance excitement was intense but stop to that sort of thing when i ou your the train Sam was betting on was get into olilce and certain election is lhe idea left behind Sam went into his sleep reasonably near er aud remained there until Cineln is rtilniv not more than hull cor are growing richer natl was reached Was taken to his rect The rich not growing poorer hotel and requested to be comforted but the poor ate thev also aro growing richer A doctor was called who told the trained nurse to keep an eye on Sam Glance back to no remote time say log that his lunacy organ was disturbed fjrty years and havingcabins daubed i MASONIO stick chim In Sams concluding speech at the with mud and grand Said neys were numerous One day last wnrehouso ills talk was he hoped to live to see the day come week we drove all day to find one when the Savior comes to see Cath- Â¬ and the sun was down betore wo SUMMER CRUISE olic trains Methodistaudall other de came upon it And where are the uro nominations all headed fur heaven brown cotton sums wool nais men with their heavenly songs arfdshouts gan shoes and jeans clothes the saying we are all going home to die of thuse days wore Where are the no more where there are no tears corded beds the rag carpets tho old Sam never satu one worn aoout tne muzzle loading shot guns tho frail poor Baptists or Campbellltes Stand- Â¬ silver watches and similar articles of ing right behind your poor Uncle that time Where are the side sad Â¬ NEW STEEL COMFORT zeko were lour or nve oiu Data dles Where are the old weekly headed fellows One said to another papers with their little local news PASSENGER WherO SPEED Vhirn nro the mud roads nlunva tnlfl von that plnn piun mudion would damn the Baptists lurethewomenwhoworeoutthelrlivia STEAMERS and SAFETY Yes and I alwuvn Dushincr the needle stitch by stltcl Arm nlfrpxspd told vou water regeneration would Where are the homes without music Where are the houses without ploj damn the Campbellltes The Oreatett Perfection yet attained In Boat Construction Lnxarlooa Jones said when the train reached lures Where aro the houses with- Â¬ V1 Equipment Artistic PuroUbldjf Decoration and Elllclent Service they found the out books or periodicals dailies or abend in tho river weeklies Where are the houses Baptists on un island to themselves semi To Detroit Ulacfcip Georgian Bag PetosKeg Chicago would havo nothing to do with the eight to twenty miles irom a post Where are the thousant Campbillites whoso clothes were all office No other Ilne offers a panorama of 460 mites of equal variety and Interest wet That was a lick at im- who never saw u railroad - Wheie Four Tripi per Wick Bitwich Day and Nioht Smvici Bitwiih the men who cut grain with blades mersion DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Toledo Detroit and Mackinac Dr Stevartgave a splendid talk and maybe shingles by hand Where on our influence over others Splen- Â¬ are the thousands Who never saw a Fre SI PETOSKEY MARQUETTE THE 800 O En Direction did order at all the meetings that city All thoso things have van- Â¬ Bertha 75c St Stateroom S175 AND DULUTH so poor as Connections are made at Cleveland with ished The poor are not your Uncle attended LOW RATES to Picturesque Mackinac Earliest Trains for alt points Bait South When Sam Jones came to Louis- they were Those poor people have and Return Including Meal and Berths and Southwest and at Detroit for all ApproxImateCo5ttromCleelandinso points North and Northwest ville the Baptist Jubilee was on hand more now than had the licjj in tho e IromToledo 1635 Irom Detroit ij 75 Sundajf Trips Juno July AugSep0ct Only Sam went to the Ufh Street Tobacco days The poor drink coffee unit Every Day and Night Between Warehouse and from thence to tho have biscuits every day They go to Bourbon Stock Yard and found thoso church and to school four times as Cleveland JPut-ln-JB- ay and Toledo that sold oxen and sheep hogs and often They have better teachers cattle and changers of money sitting and better preachers They have oeiraii ona Cleveland Navfgaiion cony better better schoolhouses and near barrooms When h hud made n scourge of churches We repeat it the pour small cords ho drove them all out to are not growing poorer Nor are tho woodlind garden and lashed them rich growing poorer as some think so well that the commissioners un- All causes are growing richer thau derstood their business Well they they were When people as n rule separated or sorted cattle and put cease to drink spring water hnd day the best of tho cattle together and best by day lujcuriate in modern cistern of sheep hogs and so on through water all things else are added unto The beat of each class he called thor- Â¬ them The man who says the poor oughbreds some scallawags some aro growing poorer is u nar nnu A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of can tiers and some bolognas xno should not bo believed on atiyiitu- the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart last class numbers hud to be fed to jeet even when he tells you that Burn and Constipation no mo money in inu mnko fourth class bolognas tnar naint Sam called men who were true to country no mo no how their marriage vows who drank no whisky who did not gamble thor- Â¬ LOUISVILLE TOBACCO A1ARKET Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets Thoso who wero not oughbreds true to pledges mado their good All other remedies cliiuiug to onro inditdtion niul dyspepMn contain PEPSIN wives who drank whisky dogs and as loin as PEPSIN is supplied to n weak or even healthy its DURRKTT in one ofiti forms men wero so deadened FURNISHED BY GLOVER Said some stomach the ahape of medicine nature wilt cease to mnko it and the OVSlElSIO to do better or LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE that they would have DOSE nnd of course never be cured of lilt will not be able to do without hi they would not bo accepted in hell Salos on our market for the week trouble A stomach that will promptly digest food must muKo its own PEPSIN It ono of Sams speeches he was just closod amount to 3171 hhds with nnd not rely upon medicine for this most important ueut asked if lie was not afraid to bo so receipts tor tho name period of 2353 American Dyspepsia Tablet contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC agents hard on whisky drinkers and whisky hhds Sales on our market since Jan but nro composed of four old and well known vegetable remedies which in combi Â¬ sellers Ho replied No sir Im not uary 1st amount to 81131 hhds Sales nation wilt soou ttlcct a cure by re toriii the stomach to its normal condition Said he was of tho crop of 18DS on our market to no ALMANAC We furnish no book on the STOMACH and its DISEASES afraid of any man no prize for tht LARGEST number of wappors but will send a trial box to any like tho iinssum who on ono occa this date amount to 821 OS hhds Wo havo had fairly Ilboial offerings address free of co it sion met a polecat Tho cat proposed AMERICAN DVSPEPSIA TABLETS aro put up in fiOc package nnd nre to The ofbutloy again this week and whtlo a iliriit with tho no sum Im nniini rciillod lMr Cat would not thoro wnB at times some irregularity be had at J W Gyles and W II Averllls or by addressing jniuwurbo initio ninruut wmi ouuubiuiiii afraid to fight you but 1 THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO ashamed to go nonio to my who nnu values for tho red loaf belling abovo 10 yot numerous sales wqro nindo at children after lighting you LOUISVILLE KY Ouollttlo news reporter a Smart prices ranging from 12 to 17 per tono of and Alec wrote some strictures that hundredfor tho tho generalboon fullytho as week has wero not true on Jones and Stewart innrket slight Shut Down meeting tho piece was good as it was last week with a colory A Frightful Blunder At the next improvement In valuoa for read out so that all could hear It kinds of all grades Tho common to Sam called tho attention or tho vast modium grades of red leaf such as is Tho Old Oscar Pepper distillery en Will concour e of people and asked if tho Rolling from 0 to 9 havo been In Scald often or uo a horrible lJurn of Messrs ltbrot it Uraham shut liruUe Cut lueklenf down for article was true llo requested thoo good demand with some new compe Arnica Salvo is the best In the world the seaon on Saturday who thought that It was false to rlso tition for pxport requirements will kill the pain and promptly heal last having made Its usual run vote was unani to their feet Tho is one of tho tow ilrst elass Tho following quotations falrlj it Cans- Old Sres Fever Sores This mous The poor llttlo reporter with of tho Stale reprosent our markot for hurley to Ulcers Holh Felons Corns all distilleries to the combine that has not the shell knocked plf of his head ran bacco 189S crop Hcst Pile Cure ou been sold Skin Eruptions Sam said ho ought to bo home earth Only ii cents a box Cure An Attractive Summer Folder treated llko the people In his country Trash darkorlamngocl Sold by- - J W Uuyle 4 00s5 50 guaranteed polecats namely to raise tho tobacco treated 7 00 druggist corner ot tho fence and his head slip Common Ooloiy trash 5 60 Tho Louisville Southern has Just ped In tho crack and let him stink Modium to good color Issued u handsome Summer Folder 7 00 10 00 Iilmseir to dentil Mr Jones made trash of about 10 pages giving description 0 00 mo mad for abusing William Jon Common luga not colory 7 00 L X will sell round trip tickets cuts aud complete information about 8 00 10 50 Common Colory lugs nlngs Urynn to St Louis at reduced rate of fare the summer resorts in tho south Medium to good oolory Your loving uncle lith ami 20th Final reached by that Hue Copies of this 10 0QQ 13 00 Juno 18th luga Yocum Ziici mm i re folder will bo mulled freo to any ad U 00 uommon ito modium leailO meeting dress by Win II Tayloo Asst Gen lo 14 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf Agent 210 Fourth Avenue 18 00 Honevolent and Protective order of Pass 10 00 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Good to ftnoloaf Louisville Ky 18 aartX 20 00 Elks 00 Select or wrappory Dlocsts what you eat fct Mails flails flails a a I I a i al Â¬ All sizes cheaper than anybody We have a big stock of Ice Cream Freezers ranging in size from 1 pint for the sick room to 1 gallon for family reunion dinners WALL PAPER Elegant sam ples 1899 patterns FISHING TACKLE Just opened our new stock Fish hooks from 3 8 inch to 5 inches long STAGG For a TEMPLE BACOr take the ANN STREET Â¬ J COAST LINE to MACKINAC I I Â¬ 5 Â¬ hskjfS Â¬ DYSPEPSIA CUREDI AMEBIOAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Cc Â¬ - l - j Â¬ - Â¬ i I Â¬ Jffl TAhHS1 11 Â¬ T L Art KffiffiffiffiffiffilOffiiOiOffiffiffiffiffiiffiii5il 30 ffitt3ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi -- Tj P ONE WOMAN IN SEVEN in this city has seen the advertisement of the famous G Corset in the Ladies Home Journal Munseys R WE1TZEL ODONNELL SK i 9 is v o as Can and will sell you Dry Goods Notions Our stock consists of cheap as any one in Frankfort in Wool and Silk Dress Goods the very Latest Delineator or some other March magazine and knows therefore some of the important facts about the corset that does not stretch We have in stock a good line of e3 will TAILOR MADE DEESSES We have marked them down 150 up Suits 850 to 200 in SKIRTS Skirts from price as gk ooiksieiXs be pleased to show them to the one woman in and and to the other six women also seven t Wash Goods worth 10c and 15c put on cheap table G number 397 the short long cor- Â¬ The new R s Will sell long as they last at 5c a yard set is one of our most popular styles and sells at the New line Parasols and Umbrellas 5 popular one dollar price 500 YARDS - M Hi giBBBBBBIBBBEaBBiagnBH PERSONAL 1 Jast Mrs W H Jeffries is visiting rela tives in Louisville Judge Lysander Hord is visiting bis son in Aurora Ills Mr W H Posey made a business trip to Louisville Monday Miss Rose Crittenden is visiting Mrs F O Young in Lexington Miss M Lockett Smith is visiting lier brother in Chicago Illinois Mr W H Newhall jr of Louis Tille was in the city ou Wednesday Mr Thos B Rodman and wife made ji flying trip to Versailles on Tuesday Mrs Hines Clark of Lexingtonwas the guest of relatives here this week Mr Walter G Chapman made a business trip to Louisville ou Tuesday TVfloo ltTnurl Ttnv nf Pfiiiks Mill visited friends in this city Saturday Â¬ Â¬ Dr Edgar Church of Marshall Texas visited relatives here this week Mrs Haskell of Dallas Tex was the guest of Miss Lutie Ware this week U S Senator Wm Lindsay returned from Washington City ou Monday evening Mrs C Fugazzi son and daughters visited relatives in Versailles on Tuesday Col A Dudley Blanton made a business trip to iiawrenceourg ou Monday Mm W n Tlolknan of Louisville was the guest of Miss Marlu Lindsey mis ween Mfo n W Tlmmnsnnnf Versailles was the guest of friends here on weeir from the National Y M 0 A Convention at Minneapolis Mrs J W Marshall of Lexington was tho guest of Mrs H H Roberts Conway street this week W Prentiss and Mrs Mrs Jno John Cain of Versailles were guosts of relatives hero on Sunday Mrs Jos H Lindsey of Mt Sterling was tho guest of her daughter Mrs Thus B Rodman this week Mr Howard Rodman and wife visited his slsterMrs Walter BHarper in Woodford county Sunday Mrs J M Case and daughter Miss Bessie are guests of Gov W J Worthlngton at Greenup Ky Miss Prue Hunt Rodman who has been spending tho winter in Philadelphia Penn has returned home Mrs A D Harrison of Lexington was the guest of Mrs S D John son during the Womans Convention Mrs Jason Walker and Mrs Keen of Richmond were guests ofMts Sam Bennett during the Convention Mrs Jno R McKee and daughter Miss Bettie of Woodford county were guests of friends hereon Tues day Capt Ohas 0 Clay U S A who was wounded in oattle with the Philippinos returned homo on Mon day Mr Walter B Harper and wife of Woodford county were guests of Mrs Hiram Berry on Sunday afternoon Mrs Ohas F Harvey of Louisville was the guests of friends here during the meeting of the Womens Feder- Â¬ ation Miss Johnson of Knoxville Tenn and Miss Scott of Lexington were guests of Miss Katie Lindsey this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I I Â¬ Kansas are visiting Levenworth their uncle Hon Sam H Stone on Main street South Side Mrs G Rnssell Rodman and daughter Miss Hnllie who have been spending tho winter at Greenville Miss have returned home Mr Joel S Head and wife who have been tho guests of their daughter Mrs Will Combs lelt f r Stamping Ground on Saturday Mloa TTntHn Wnnt of YoUntTStOWn N Y who has been tho guest of friends here lor several wcbkb ibii for home on Monday morning Rodman and Mrs Frank K tniirrtifopa mIbhab Louise and Mil dred are guests of her father-in-laMr J L Rodman Shelby street Prof McHenry Rhoads left Thursday for Hartford where ho delivered an address before the graduating class of Hartford College last night Mrs S S Bush Mr A L Monroe Miss Anita Muldoon and Miss Mild- Â¬ red Hill delegates to the Womens Federation were guests of Mrs Geo F Berry Shelby street Mrs Quin Adams and nephew Mr Robert Beauchamp of Hawesville were the guests of Mrs Sallie Crockett and Mrs Wilder Dupuy on Logan street last week Rev W L McEwan D D wife and children of Pittsburg Penn were guests of relatives here this week Dr McEwan is to preach the baccalaureate sermon at Oxford Ohio College tomorrow Col Ed P Bryan of Ferguson tttn nni niion TV Knrnnw of George town and Capt Geo Wilder of Paris were familiar faces on our streets the first of the week The old gang are fine boys Capt Noel Gaines wife and son w Pea Ridge delayed Â¬ Â¬ IvTnniQ nrifli hta frlflndn on the street unursaay Mrs Torbort Coryell of Lamberts- morning Said was glad Miss Jennie McKeo of Covington ville New Jersey Is visiting her Monday country was tno guest of relatives in this city sister Mrs L Labrot on West Main be back in Gods street week this A Narrow Escape day night Capt Gaines was shaking Mrs Wm Lindbay and Mrs S L Holmes returned Monday from Atlantic City Miss Katie Diamond of Lexington is visiting Mrs IS H Guyle on Taylor Avenue Mrs Lizzie Blakemore of Hopkins vllle is vising Mrs Alice Blanton near this city Rev I M Yonnn and wife of Persia were guests of Miss Jennie Gaines till a week Miss Margaret Merkor of Louisville was the guest of Airs Jno W Rodman this weok Miss Margaret Hall of Elizabeth town was the guest of Mrs Virgil Hewitt this week Mrs Jno B Oastleman of Louisville was tho guest of Mrs Walter G Chapman this week Mr Alroy DonaldHonof Owensbsro who has been visiting relatives here lias returned home Mrs Marv Y Scott and daughter Miss Mary Mason visited relatives in Lexington this week Misses Susan Agnes Crutcher and Mary Will Violett visited friends in Georgetown this weeic Mr J A Canfleld has returned Â¬ Â¬ Thankful words written by Mr Ada E Hart of Groton S D Was tuken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cousrh set In and finally Four terminated in consumption doctors Lave me u savinfr I could live hut a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined ir I could not stay with my friends on arili I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advNed to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I gnvo it a trial took In all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved nnd now a well and Trial bottle free healthy woman at J W Gayles drug store JM urutcner itentucuy Regular size 50c and 100 GuarMrs Jno Avenue this week anteed or price refunded Supervisor of DisMr Klskern Buys a Farm tilleries for the Combine was in the city on Monday the guest of Maj W E Bradley Mr Richard Morris on Saturday Mrs Thos H Smith nee Popper bought the farm of Mr Robt Church who has been in the Philippines with her husband returned homo with on tho Fcaks Mill pike containing Capt Clay on Monday 275 acres for 11600 cash This Is one of the best farms in that Gen James E Stone and wife of Leavenworth Kansas are visiting section of the country and we con- thoir son Hon Sam H Stone on graiuiaie our menu upon ma goou Main otreot South Side fortune in securing it Misses Nancy and Edith Stone nf I Rev T F Taliaferro attended tho commencement exercises of Kentucky Wesleyau College at Winchester Mrs T F Taliferro and daughters Misses Hallie and Maude are visiting relatives at their old home in Falmouth Mrs Torbert Coryell of Lamberts ville N J and Mrs E P Bryan of Ferguson Mo are guests of relatives be re Mr Ohas Lindsey of Mt Sterling who was the guest of his sister Mrs Thos U Rodman returned homo on Wednesday Misses Lizzie B Hodces and Carrie Page of Louisvillo were guests of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I j I Â¬ Â¬ Sunday school at Choatoville every Sunday ut 3 oclock p in Every one earnestly requested to attend nnd take part In It and make the school u continued success Mrs Lacefield nnd daughter Miss Jennie from Bridgeport were the guests of Mr Sam Lacefield and wife tliis week Misses Annie Ellen and Mary Nicklesof Frankfort were the guests of Miss Ellen Dennis this week Mr Frank Stoops who was so seriously ill last week has about re- Â¬ covered his health Mrs Sam Tracy who has been visiting her parents in Christians burg has returned home Mr and Mrs Wheeler attended church at Hardinsville last Sunday Mr Harvey Conway hus obtained a position in Lexington nnd his fam Â¬ ily ure expected to Join him in a week Mr J A Edge of Lexington was on the Ridge one day last week vis itiug relatives Mr Joe Parrent of Bridgeport was visiting the family of Mr Sara Lacefield several days last week Someday we would like to see how an onion patch is cultivated Do you Hewitt or Ruike ii or is it Har rod Is the oniou patch on a Hill or Craig or in a Marsh wliere it would need a good Draine so one Wood Knott Wade through Waters After they ure ready for ue do you gather them hi Summer or Walte till Winters Frost nnd Snow make tho earth White We hope you have had a Smith to make u Locke fur your Gates also that you have a Belle attached You may rest these Goodnights in peace for when we visit your onion patch our dress will Russell so that you will Crane your neck for we do not think it would be much of a Lark to be such a Goose as to be caught by u JHy Robin an onion patch We Quail at the idea how you Woodpecker and Crow over We would rather be caught In us the Owl Catacombs of Paris than be found in your onion patch for the thought of being a Plumgoner ap Â¬ pals us as nottilug else ever did Years ago we in ido a visit to Lon- don England and arrived Just about dark The family we had gone to see drove mo through miles und miles of lamp lighted streets No fairy tale wo had tver read could cominire with the lights and sitrhts of London town and yet with all the tine shops grand munslons pal aces park monuments etc with till those millions of people nnd busy trafllc around me 1 felt lonesome and awestruck Maybe I felt like I was a Plumgoner only I hud never heard or seen the word then neither can we And it in the dictionary or en cyclopedia and the awful word bothers me Some time after I had Â¬ Â¬ letter minutes when the sexton lighted all the pis but as It was High Church we cu petted nothing but when half an hour Inter we went out every thing was enveloped in gray dark Â¬ ness Even though you were touch ing your neighbor you could not dis tinguish him We felt along the iron palisading and counted tho streets and turns until wp reached our own street then we counted the little iron gates till our own number was reached The gray awful dark lasted for three Jays and we realized what that plague ol darkness was to tho Egyptians mid we felt about as somber and blue as even a Plum goner Oh that awful mysterio s word where did it originate Plum Goner one who goes or a fruit Plumgoner vanishes fruit van ished Some months after that fog we stood on the deck of a liirgo ocean steamer We gazed around nothing but water water rolling roaring shining water and as we stood and and wondered at the immensity of those waters we heard the distunt rumbling of thunder aud soon it came nearer nearer yet nearer nnd the wind rose and our vessel rocked and we knew we were in a storm at sea Shouting sailers frightened men and women crying little children Oh writer from Onion Patch why did you not coin thut expressive awful word before It certainly would have expressed our feeling at that time better than nny other word u Plumganer A vanished fruit Soride 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ been in Loudon we went to church The1 day was bright und as usual sunny as a summers day could be We had been in church but a few ilaili el future it The Til tit- - OASTOBIA CynZcK Nebraska Colorado Express New Train a I From June 4th the Burlington Route puts into service for the far west a new fast daily afternoon train from St Louis for Denver leaving St Louis at 205 p in arriving nt 520 p in One night enroute Di Â¬ rect via St Joseph Plntch lighted equipment vestlbuled sleepers and the Burlingtons famous chair cars seats free Travelers arriving In St Louis In tho morning have several hours stopover privilege This Is the middle way the scenic wav to the Pacific Coast For details ask your ticket agent or Â¬ 31 L W Wakklev Genl Iusr Agt W MBhaw Div 100 St Louis Mo Passr Agt Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio Howard General Manager St Louis Mo Elliott wvwyywy w y wyqny ww w wvgTWi wwww yi rjTrxjxrvc5Hn nx a rkxr tf icon jnULVJJULAKJ A VJAVXlLlJLU AJcc 7 W Womens Federation A BLESSING TO ANY HOME Sv IB The N Bound hand and foot to household drudgery scrubbing and rubbing day in day out Women why do you do it Ilreak away from the hard old fashioned way of doing your cleaning with soap Â¬ MK fjfr x 1te5 G0J more of the play You will be happier healthier t or createii economy ouy our targe pacugc HI I f I 4a niwvork boston Washing Powder K proven the emancipation of hundred ol thoutandj ol other women Why not your if Let Gold Duit do more of the work you da ave money and many an hour of worry hi rairbank Company The Federation of Womens Clubs of Kentucky has been in session In this city since Thursday morning Something near forty delegates and about sixty members of clubs are in attendance and embrace some of the wittiest brightest and most talented of Kentuckys fair daughters The program has been closely ad hered to and everything lias worked smoothly nnd to tho taste of tho man Â¬ agement Tho 16enl club have been untiring in their exertions to make the meet ing tho success it has been A banquet was served to the vis iting moinbers last night at which nil tho delicacies of the season were enjoyed Â¬ Â¬ GENTS COLUMBIAN BICYCLE thAA tC vnWOv - LADES COLUMBIAN BEST All BICYCLE - BUILT M FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT no requiro is 100 down balanco pnynblo after examination We ore tho only factory in tho United States Belling direct to rider We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given We give more options than the regular dealers You can havo your choice of color height of frame or nny gear desired Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing Hush joints large spokelcts orchedvfork crown drop hanger etc Write for catalogue giving full description to day I 1 Â¬ COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO April 29 3 m I TCxrxriA iJv x- - CLEVELAND OHIO a a a a a a a a jj a aa a a a ml in j 1 J JUt Aoii it iff fri yUrl1 triirVllli lUhHf tiVftH iJt Yf iiVj triMlifrforiifrii V2K IHfEB VlUtf F ri It spr11 WWH 1M HBMirffnriir i wtfsia v 750 1000 120O 1500 The most exclusive nobbiest and best ready-to-wea- r clothing that science and skilled workmanship can produce We lay particular stress upon the fact that the style and fit of our garments immediately distinguishes them from the ordinary ready-to-wea- r clothing Ill fitting garments are not good investments at any price With this salient point always before us we take particular pains to fit you correctly Â¬ ft1- - r You get the benefit of these important advantages and pay ns less money than elsewhere Mens suits all wool 750 Mens suits all wool 1000 Mens suits all wool S 1200 Mens suits all wool 1500 Successful Entertainment 2eilflp no HJaIN W ConÂ¬ m St Gl Frankfort Ky flcation which tho management Chicken Coop l u Tho opera of Robert JMiiecnire was rendered at tin Opera House on Wednesday niuht last for tho benefit of the organ fund of the Catholic Church To say that it was a magnificent Btieeessin every way is but to put it mildly The acting and binding would have done credit to profes Â¬ sionals let alone to auiateurs It is a well known fact that Frank- Â¬ fort has as fine local musical talent both vocal and instrumental as any city in this facction and tho very cream of that talent was drafted for Â¬ hardly looked for Those having charge of tho affair desire to return their sincere thanks to every one who in any way as Â¬ sisted in the performance In ad- Â¬ dition they wish to apologize to Messrs Win Uhoate Hugh Branch Geo Itobinson and Clarence Jone whose names were omitted from the program from oversight and who nevertheless materially assisted Spains Greatest Need I thisentertninment From the first to the last number on the program every one was ren- Â¬ dered In n style that showed careful preparation and painstaking train- Â¬ ft IT ing Where every one did so well we will not attempt to particularize j The house was packed from pit to dome with a delighted audience The only criticism that we have heard was that of the waiting be-Â¬ tween scenes which beemed to be unavoidable thereby causing tho Death of E A Grant M D LL D play to be drawn out to an unusual length At his home in Louisville on Fri The financial part was something day of last week Dr Emory Alfred entirely new here and was agrati Grant died nftnr lnnn- vpura nt III health aged 77 years Dr Grant lived in this city for j many years und during that time married Miss Ellen Clark daughter of the lateMoseph Clark Esq a sol- Â¬ dier of tho war of 1812 Dr Grant during his residence here conducted a first class classical school for boys and young men and had a large list of pupils quite a number of whom came from Louis- Did you ever try to dodge the vllle Upon urgent invitation he accented Did not succeed rain drops tho Principals place in tho Girls very well did you Its just as useless to try to escape from High School in Louisville in 1859 the germs of consumption You and removed to that city to live cant do it They are about us Having a knatural turn for the on every hand and we are con- Â¬ practice of surgery and having grad stantly taking them into our uated In that science when a younrr lungs man he resigned his position and Then why dont we all have gave the rest of his life to tho treat Simply because ment of the deformed especially this disease these germs cannot gain a foot- Â¬ those having twisted or distorted Wish you would come rou nd up to hold In a strong throat and bones lie was very successful and see me I live over here on tho bottom hillside of nice lungs Its when these are built up ajlnrge clientage from nil everythinga is Justlevel pretty and as and weak that the germs master parts of the country Some five green just like borne folks are that The body must be well supplied never soed nothin Come some with fat The danger comes years ago his health failed and he pretty sunshiny day when its rain Â¬ was compelled to retire from the ing right hard when the blood Is poor and the Im lonesome when its so hot Im afraid to get out I body Is thin If your cough does active duties of his profession Well Im not yield and your throat and He was a devoted Christian and might freeze and die feel like cry Â¬ I lungs feel raw and sore you was a member of tho Second Presby- lonesome to day cryJust ing and I did too I could n should not delay another day terian Church of Louisilp from went some whar but I had to lend which tho funeral was preached on my sis some o my clothes and my Take Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock Tho others theys patched all to pieces remains were brought to this city so Im shamed to go nowhar with on bigger and Interred In tho family lot in our them but My sist r shes mean en me she shes littler I cemetery on Sunday aint as old as me You cant un Besides his dovoUd wife lie leaves derstand I reckon very good and three children Dr Thcs P Alfred Ill have to writo all day to git yo to So I aint got understand nothin of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos M and Miss Bottio Giant and a large gradenued yit audi cant think bomo phites at once It will heal ths circle of relatives and friends to more to write but maybo I learn some more items arter while so liopo Inflamed membranes and greatly mourn his death mo I been strengthen them as well Tho Our sincere sympathy Is extended youll excusolearn cauo 1 know study ing hard to what digestion becomes stronger the to tho bereft Wo want you to understand that appetite better and the weight wo aro for tho re election of honest Enormous Dcrries The whole body be- Â¬ increases old Dan as County Judge Who comes well fortified and the will daro to run against him Who germs of consumption cannot Our friend Mr Z Taylor Parrent ever ho may bo w ill bebiiowed under gain a foothold bi ought to ourolllce on Saturday a never to lesurrect not in legal lovo Its this nourishing sustain box of tho largest strawberries wo Ho Ishas a skilled for the needy poor heart ing and strengthening power over saw in our lives Wo measured But Tom TiiuMii of SCOTTS EMULSION that one of the averago sizo and found tho made it of such value in diameter to bo ilvo Indies and It has all wasting and exhausting took only 29 to till a quart measure Itia Kind Yon Hate Alwas Bough They weio raised by Mr Parrent Bear the diseases They certainly near Bridgeport druggtiti 50c nd Jioo aro tho finest been hero this year SCOTT POWNE Chemliti Ntv York I Mr It P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters in Aiken S C Weak nerves had caused sevei o pain3 in the back of his head On uMng Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy ull pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country neeus All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble puri Â¬ fies the blood tones up the stomach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life into evpry muscle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need It Every bottle guaranteed only 60 cents Sold by J W Gayle drug Â¬ gist i me sol hope you will appreciate my letter in fact x Havent written since Ive been in tho coop Its a very small place you know and I scarcely ever hear anv news but I poked my head out the other day and heard what a mistake Tube Roso had made in saying that there was a musical nt Mr W C Bryants It must have been a mistake indeed as the musicians know nothing about it So next time inquire around beforo you write and let us have the real facts about the matter Jack and Jill come to see us every week I am very much Interested in your letters They cant be beat 1 should like to hearsomethlntr from the Lily of the Valley and Lily of tho Pike Are you on good terms or has that immenso stock of dogs Misses Nora and Katie Sudduth visited their aunt Mrs Fanny Mitchell last Friday Miss Cora Sud duth who has been very ill for some ume we are giau to say was aoie to be there Thursday A number of our community at- Â¬ tended the Episcopal Church at Frankfort last Sunday Among them was Mr W C Bryant and Mr Wash Sudduth and daughter Miss Katie There will be service at Mt ZIon the first Saturday niirht and Sunday in June conducted by Rev H M Polsgrove Mr V B Pulliam one of Dry Ridges handsomest beaux was seen going toward Rans Peytons last Sat urday eve Oh my what can be the attraction Mioses Lizzie Chlsin Victoria Pul liam and Nora Sudduth were the guests of Miss Hazie Pulliam last Saturday eve Mr Columbus J Chlsm is reported to bo very ill at this writing with fever and probably lung trouble Mr Lee Harrod has purchased a vehicle to drive that sorrel in He says he dont think the girls like to ride in a cart but you had better look out some of you Dry Ridge visitors will get left Rumor reports another wedding in tho near future and this time oh lawsy they say its me Well you may not think it but I hope the report isnt false for old bachelors nave a hard time living all alone Â¬ Â¬ Clrrt ivtnt iilnr luiuriot iif lino Virtnri jiuuv itiuiuiUKf ni1rto into ivvn quite awhile since you heard from 1 Two Fine Tobacco Plantations solidated MTHENOT of me By a recent Houston Texas paper wo learn that the Esperanza and the Giay Hawk tobacco plantations have been consolidated These planta- Â¬ tions are located in Moore county Texas in the beit of country where the celebrated Cuban or Havana to bacco is raised The latter plantation is owned by Messrs Hardie and A McKee Robinson former Frankfort boys The Esperanza is owned Mr W F Spiller The consolidation by these gentlemen will make a big planta- Â¬ tion and will add to the already achieved success of our young friontK Heres hoping theyll strike it rich right along Â¬ Â¬ BLUE GRASS rso Political Socioi MSt Legal Liierary Spotting gp The Lending EdRorelsinUie Stole AM TTE HEWS OF THE WORLD mLlTARV NAVAL POLITICAL a Mondays Early Fire - i I you cam A fire broke cut in the plant oj the Homo Brewing Co of this city on Monday morning between two and three oclock For some unknown reason the fire had been burning some twenty minutes before an alarm was turned in In a very short time after the alarm came tho department was on hand and did good work but tho fire had gained such headway that tho building was virtually gutted Luckily the ice plant was saved and the loss will not be so severe on this account The loss will amount to 5000 which was covered by insurance mm SSr HE f PRESS Address a xiAn EERti - rn Dodge Them TRNSCRIPX 3eska Breekmridgir Lexington NOTICE To w hnin It may concern i Certificate number 7841 d iled Mach i896 forHsbHres an rertircatp dated S pt 3 1Ki8 numoer8f5l for 7 shares of stock In the Far Â¬ mers Uank ot Kei ttukr Warding In tie name Nat Pcttlt trustee ofi has been destroyed frr Jllriam IL 1ettltbls by lire wife have made application for new certificates In lieu of those destroyed and now c ill on all persons to show why Mime shall not be issued OSATWTTIT April 222m NOTICE WIIEBEAS THE COUNTY OF FRANKLIN on the first day of July lfcflJ Issued bonds for the purpose of obtaining funds to pay Its sub- Â¬ scription to the stock hi the Kentucky Midland Jtalhv ly Compui to the amount or 1500it 137 000 of which now remain outstanding nnd whereas said county tbtougu Its Hscal Court has the option to call In said bonds for payment at any time alter tbe first day ot July 16W and nbereaslt Is the sense of this court that said bonds can be refunded at a lower rate ot Interei t than thev now bear notice Is therefore berebr given lhbt the Fiscal Cuurt of Franklin county will convene at the courthouse In tbe city of Frankfort Franklin county Kentucky on Thurs day the fifteenth day or June 1899 nt which time unless Oil or before said date a petition signed by three hundred voters ot the county be Hied with the County JuJge requesting thut the question as to whether or not Mid court shall take the Dronosed action ue suoinuieu to me leeai voters of the county an order will be entereif ot record calling In said outi tundlng bonds and directing tuut new bonds be Issued and substitut ed therefor And will hi Saturday the rirst day or July 1899 us the date and Frankfort Ken tuiky is the pi ice when and where sealed bids wll bd opened by tbe said Uscal Court for the s tie of the new twenty year bonds to the amount of iisouuu of tne denomination ot one tuousauu dollars to bear Interest at ttie rale of four per cent per annum payable semi annuilly Jan nttached with inter t uiri nnd Juy cuupons to be coupons payable to made the bonds and serially numbered the bonds bearer and to be to be signed by the County Judge nnd County Court Clerk with the seal ot the count attached and the coupons to be signed by the County Court Clerk alone wild bonds iimlcoupoiisto be payable at maturity at u plate or pi ices to be designated by the said t Isc il Court on the day or bale Anil will further order that bids shall be received and considered r r the purcu ise of i ny number of s ild bonds un l that bids shall also be received and oisldered rorthe purchase or the whole amoui t thereof tbe pirty bidding to state the highest premium he tlll piy for the bind or boi ds bid on und the m tuuerln which the high est premium 11111 beseemed tor the county hall prevail And will older that each bond or batch of bonds shall be sold to the person or iersons ntfcrlug the highest premium therefor unless they aro ollered more fur themiis a whele In which tvent the will be sold to the lersou or persons ottering the largtt premium for them as a whole the court will urn appoint a com mllteo consisting ofKsq M I Lawrence N B binlth und J II Iologioie to advertise for and receive sealed bids which said bids shall be re linrtoil tn this lourt and shall be nieneil b the said com cuurt and 110 bid snail be received b M on said mittee alter the hour ot ten oclock A llrst d i of Jul Mi nnd will reserve the rlkht any nnd nil bids And will order that the to reject proceeds ot the Ml of s ild new bonds shall be use I only for tho nuriHise ot liquidating the old outstanding bonds nnd tho accrued Inteiest llq 1I1 erton and the cost and expenses ot such proper s Mutton iiml the court 111 make Interest order oiithe providing furtuopajnuntof tin bonds MOOIIE Jmlge J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Ky Go Carts Baby Buggies Â¬ Emulsion Scotts Â¬ Â¬ Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers OASTOniA II J M fl L TllOMsOSJ V VC 1A0NSJ1 F 0 1 Sons Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DJocsts what you May lMt SMTINSLEYJ W CliinlllUKJ VWHKNUH J I IFO I FC F C cat ft f jkai At rij a a ftJL IJmi - - AjJf Jifti AHcihMl ij-l-- ILmiiAl j kkiUfcJ un PP i lite Frankfon loiddoit LARGEST - STOCK - LOWEST - PRICES V Entered fit the pnitomcs nt Krnnkfort Kentucky nil Rcpontl clma mailable matter QO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Pub JUNE n 1809 Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime Ce ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deering Mowers and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Currtes Â¬ Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash By special arrangement with the Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue publishers wc are enabled to offer Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen clubbing arrangements for the Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Roundabout with the Lexington Farming Implements Guns Powder Club Rates Herald and the Press Transcript To any one who pays the price of a Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver In advance we will furnish the Roundabout and the Dally Morning Herald for 0 ST CLAIR STREET To those wishing the Roundabout and Press Transcript we can furnish Mill Town Overcome by Heat the two papers at l25 per annum In advance Now Is your time to Tobacco setting is all the go in this Willie busy about some repairs For the speedy and permanent cure of section subscribe upon the boilers at the pump house tetter Bait rheum und eczema Cham Messrs B Stone Bro nre doinc berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is house of the Water Co on Wednes Â¬ good business in their Hour mill without an equal It relieves the itchDecoration Day day evening Mr D L Holland the a Give us a call and you will all soon ing and smarting almost instantly nnd chief euglneer in charge was over l use Decoration Day was observed on come by the heat Dr U V Wil be seen returning to our little town its continued cureseffects a permanent cure again It also itch bnrbers itch Tuesday with simple ceremonies in liams was called and administered itching piles Mr Ben Jones and Mr A Thoma icald head sore nipples sore eyes ennppea nnnas this city and the proper remedies and we are son left for the river this morning for granulated lids enronic At 3 oclock p in A G Bncon glad to say that Mr Holland is about a big tish Post No 05 G A R and the Ger Â¬ well again Dr Cndys Condition Powders for Messrs C B Amspiger and Her man Benevolent Association num Â¬ mnnStoneuttended Stamping Ground horses nre the best tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by ber iir some seventy live formed a Charles II Marks while acting in Church Sunday night procession in front of Odd Fellows the capacity of nurse at the Second Mr Brack Stone is on the sick list If you suffer from tenderness or Temple on St Clair street and Division Hospital of the Fifth Army this week fullness on the right side pains under headed by the drum corps marched Corps at Santiago de Cuba used a Mr Lesley Downs of Fayette shoulder blade constipation bilious to the cemetery few bottles of Chamberlains Colic county Is In our town on a fishing ness sick headache and feel dull The u unl G A R ceremonies Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for trip Good luck Lesley for you are heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid and congested DeWltts Little were performed Rev Georire Darsle diarrhoea and found it to work like it fisherman from way back Misses Carrie and Nnnnlc Prewett Early Risers will cure you promptly opening the exercises with prayer a charm For sale by J XV Gayle by re are home from Midway Orphan pleasantly and permanently causing and afterwards making a short and druggist moving the congestion and School They will return ngiiin in the bile ducts to open and flow eloquent address to the large crowd September Runs Out naturally They are good riiiLS pre ent Miss Lillle Mae Stones school will Tyler it Hemphill and Win McKee The large number of graves wero Hurdle close June 10th then btrewn with an abundance of The Cedar Run Distillery of Mr Mr C H Duvall called on his girl Jas M Saffell ran out on Wednes beautiful ilowers after which the Bank Stock For Sale Sunday as did Mr George Tilford procession was leformedand returned day and closed down This cele from Stumping urounu brated distillery has been purchased to the city Mr J S Amspiger thinks his time I have for ale shares of stock In Ware of Win the Citizens G XV Monroe Post No 4o G A by the Kentucky Distillery cant be beat but he Is not the only chester and National Bank Bank of to the Farmers R colored and the colored Knitrhts house Co and will be transferrednec- one on the walk you bet Kentucky at Frankfort Persons spou as the of Phythias marched out to the col- Â¬ tliftt corporation so I wonder what has become of our wishing to buy said stock are re Â¬ essary papers can be drawn up dear old Close Observe I havent quested to call on the u dersigned ored cemetery at 2 oclock whero he appropriate speeches were made and When operated hereafter it will be heard anything of him sinceWellwas or J W Poynter at the Citizens it Bank J M Saffell inspecting looking glasses O S French under the name of J thu graves decorated still hangs in Its little frame Agt of Jas R Wornalls Heirs brand of Cedar Run But for the threatening weather and Winchester Ky Miss Katio Green Is visiting her32 tf there would doubtless have been Corner Stone Laid her brother Jim in Mercer county Kodol Dyspepsia Cure very large crowds present As it Look out J B M she will soon reDigests what you eat was a very good crowd attended at The corner stone of the new Parish turn each of the ceremonies uj iuwsi - u ji uuvmi mu House of Ascension Church was Ev La Grippe Is again epidemic iiiapigiery precaution should be taken to vi u a laid with due ceremony on Tuesday and are doing well Reception and Supper for Soldiers avoid it its specific cure is One afternoon at 5 oclock by Bishop Mises Lizzie and Maggie Bradley Minute Cough Oure A J Sheperd Lewis W Burton of the Lexington Publisher Agricultural and The citizens of Frankfort will on Diocese with impressive ceremonies visited Mrs Amspiger and Mrs Advertiser Elden Mo Journal No says Green last week Friday night next June 9th give a Notwithstanding the threatening one will be disappointed in using Little Bessie Lee Green is on the One Minute Cough Cure for La reception and supper to the gallant weather there wus u good crowd out sick list this week Pleasant to take quick to Grippe boys who enlisted in the army for to witness the ceremonies Papas Lost Boy act For sale by Tyler Hemphill tho Spanish war and W McKee Hnrdlo Bishop Burton is an eloquent The reception and supper will be preacher and he performed the ser Last fall I sprained my hip while given in tho rooms of the Y M C vice with tine effect handling home heavy boxes The Temple and will be A in Masonic under the coutrol of the officers of If troubled with lheumatlsm give doctor I called on said at first It was Chamberlains Paid Balm atrial It u slight strain and would soon be the Y M C A Frankfort fully appreciates the will not eoit you a cent if it does no well but It grew worse and the doc It conduct of her brave boys and al- good One application will relieve tor then said I had rheumatism though not making as much parade tho pain It also cures sprains and continued to grow worse and I could over It as some other places pro- bruises in one third the time required hardly get around to work I went poses to make her sons proud of the by any other treatment Cuts burns to a drug store and the druggist rec old town and increase their love and frostbites quinsy pains in the side ommended me to try Chamberlains and chest glandular and other swell Pain Balm I tried it and one half devotion to her Interests Every body is invited to come and ings are quickly cured by applying of a 50 cent bottle cured me entirely Price I now recommend it to all my friends It Every bottle warranted help the boys have a good time F A Babcock Erie Pa It is for 2o and 50 cts sale by J W Gayle druggist Frankfort Lady Honored years subscription HVL A COLXjIVS Skin Diseases If you want a first class Buckeye hinder or mower or any repairs for tho same call on C G Marshall agent at Honeysuckle Kv 30 2m Â¬ Â¬ I 1r Codys Condltfon rowdera arc just what a horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They aro not food but medicino and tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co Â¬ m Henaerson BEST Louisville BETWEEN Run te v XjXILTrE St Louis Â¬ Evansville - AND ALL POINTS WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The only line running three double daily trains to Evansville without change with high back conches and car The Earlor running two direct line to St double dally trains with high back sent coaches and Pullman sleepers through without N change Tickets on sale at L office thin city For information ns to rates route sieepmg car berths N etc call on A V Hite agent L R R or address m Edgar Hill B L BRYANT Traffic Manager TPA Â¬ WM CROMWELL J vtl - Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Wilt practice In tli Also Real Estate Agent Courts ol Franklin and the adjoining oountles and will also give special attention to the put chase and sale ot real estate collection ot rents m claims and tnenezotlatlon ot loans Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT - CO 1 v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Insurance JLgents Â¬ Putting Up Poles 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of tna Capital Hotel Miss Hallle Ilerndon of this city has recently been appointed by the Hon James Brlce M P London an honorary member of tho British Society known as the S C A P A of which the official publication is entitled A Beautiful World We are always proud alike of the honors to Frankfort women and men Miss Ilerndon deserves her distinction She is un artist whose opportunities of culture huvo been the best Europe and America afford She will decorate tho panels of names of tho patriotic women of Kentucky who are interested now in Capital Appropriation at Frank fort These panels as before published after the appropriation has been secured for finishing tho Cap ital at Frankfort are to bo hung as memorials of the30 women in tho Kentucky Historical Rooms Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stiff Blow When tho storm first came up on Thursday morning there was a pretty stiff blow In this city Several largo limbs wero blown off of tho t ees In tho State House yard and on Broadway street The new telephone company of which Mr W W Longmoor is the Miss Stella Cannon of Oxford vispromoter are busy putting up their ited Misses Lutle and Sallie Lucas poles and will soon commence last week stringing tho wires spent Miss Jullett Hockensmlth this week with MNs Caroline Brock Orescent View Haye Thfl Kilul lwas Bou2l Bears tho Quite a large crowd from Switzer attended church here Sunday after Â¬ noon last Misses Llzzlo and Berber Ailklns Rev W C Taylor Called attended the decoration In George- town Saturday last Baptist Avenue Thd College Mr D Morris Brock has returned Church of Indianapolis Ind ha homo from btato College for tho He spent his last two extended a unanimous call to Rev vacation W C Taylor D D of Jcffcrsou weeks in camp at Ashland learning City Mo to become pastor of that HOIU1CI lilt- Miss Anna Bratton of Switzer flourishing church Wo had heard recently that there was a probability visited Mrs John Suter last week Only Me of this action being taken by that church It Is u lino Held nnd Dr That Throbbing Headache Taylor Is a good man to fill It We have not heard whether ho will you you Would quickly accept the call or not Some time used Dr Kings leave Life IfPills New since lie was called to the First Thousands of sufferers have proved Baptist Church of Little Rock Ark their matchless merit for Sick and They make Nervous Headaches but declined strong nerves nnd ure accepts this call ulld blood und If Doctor Taylor up your health Easy to take ho will only be getting a little nearer rVv flimn flnlv Of nnnlo TVfnnntf towards Gods country whero he back if not cured Sold by J W Gayje druggist will finally land Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn YtHI steel passenger steamers to tho Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms A Summer In the North and parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two cent stump for The delightful summer resorts of Address A illustrated pamphlet A Sehimtz G P A D C De- Wisconsin and Michigan nre reached by the Chicago North Western troit Mich Rynamong which are Waukesha Madison Devils Luke Green Lake Gogebic Lake Fox Lake Lake Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lake I MInnetonka White Bear Duluth Ashland and Marquette Free copy Por Infants and Children of Hints to Tourists sent on appli The Kind You Have Always Bought cation to W B Kniskern General Passenger and Ticket Agent W A Cox 135 Vino street Cin- Â¬ Bears the cinnati Ohio Signature of Â¬ June 13th to 10th the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tick Â¬ C steamer to ets to Ashevllle N C and return Is to take a D Mackinac Island Michigan If you limited to June 80th nt one faro for want a delightful wedding trip whero tho round trip J It Newton G P A you are not likely to meet acquaint 0 new ances take one of the D A Â¬ Popular Wedding Trip cftl I Si j CASTOR A Â¬ fl i I r CURIDwlth yegetable gine uses cither gasoline or gas nnd Remedies Havn eared many thousand cases has been nowly overhauled und put Will bo called hopeless In tea In perfect running order days at least two thirds of all symptoms remov sold at a bargain Apply nt this ed Trstlmonlals and PATS treatment free 28 tf OS H H QRJJEHI SOBS Box K Atlanta Os ofllco A four and a half horse power en- Â¬ DROPSY RI flppp Jlif O f 1 M And New Line of China Call and See Them Hackberry K FREEZERS Gurney Refrigerators Water Coolers Just Opened M was reduced to SoUOu which he Attention Housekeepers gave una was released until tne bep- or the court temoer term fUKLAYED LETTEKl As the season of house clenuing The Mormon Elders Bunker and Miss Delia Conquest of Louisville Partridge came to the neighborhood is with ns the piizzling question of 1s visiting her sister Mrs Jim John Â¬ some two weeks ago During their all housekeepers is to know who son stay they preached several sermons to get to laundry the curtains for in nacKoerry scnooinouse it is Mrs Emma Wade and mother and iiMolivq The best place to cet tn tfiv flint thnlr nrpnnhimr the house Miss Frantic Miles and Mr Leroy was good as they are both men of this work carefully done and the Johnson made a flying trip to the talent and ability and as fainilhirtonlv uerson in the city who uu- Capital last Wednesday wlth the Bible as ordinary Individ Mrs Dr A M Miles and daugh llnla nrn Ytltli rlin TTtKrltali nllllinliof iderstands how to do such work is and Miss Agnes Brawner of On the close of their tervices they Mrs Bessie Callahan who resides ter Harvieland attended church at baptized Mrs Josephine Haziitt into on Arlington Heights one makes Indian Fork last Sunday Kansas City Montana tiieir laltn and tooK tneir departure of cur- Â¬ - Mrs Hallie Clara and husband of to their respective homes alter an a specialty she laundrying lace work tains and guarantees her Illinois are visiting fi lends in Jack- Â¬ absence of three years to be satisfactorily done She also Colorado Pacific Coast sonville neighborhood We have Just learned of the deaths Lily of the Pike look out and be of Dr M M Cinnamond and Mr laundries embroidery pieces most Utah Washington Omaha n oweui riome lasii iieaiititu i Iv lhe curtains arc done prepared I taw Close Observer 11T1II- jiiumox oii c wiiiie Sunday The particulars wo nave vcr v Sunday and he informs me that he is cneaP and should there be a j coining to the front soon with Jiis hoi gieaueu nut rumor has it they St Paul Nebraska freely of wood rent in tnese articles tney are poetical talent all stirred up that he had imbibed too She will thinks ho is peeled oil sufllciently to alcohol that resulted in their deaths mended before washing Black Kills make you almost imagine that Hums at the above mentioned time be glad to get your work and if Catciiem had been resurrected VIA you cannot send the curtains to Strayed or Stolen The last rain we had enabled quite her home just notify her and she a numbiT who are making an effort to grow tobacco to get the most of Dark brown mare 5 years old will call at your house for them their crop out slight blemish on one hind leg ore j Confederate Decoration Day VEST3BULED TRAINS Mr Ike Moore of near Scrabble top shaved off and short mane Any DINING CARS iniormatlnn her or Under will bo set out some four acres of tobacco two rewarded by ofleaving word at this The day for the decoration of SLEEPERS days weeks ago and in two or three CHAIR CARS MVi Confederate graves bus been 40 lt after ho had set it out he was walk office changed from the Inst Saturday T M RUQQ TRAV PASSR AQENTST LOUIS MO ing over the patch and to his utter Kentucky Historical Society he found that the astonishment in May to June 3rd this being HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MQR 8T LOUIS MO snails had uiten it all down He lW WAKELEYOENLPASSRAOTST LOUIS MO The following is the program for the anniversary of President said tiie ground was literally covered with them the meeting of the Kentucky Davis birthday which is to be observed all over the South In the trial of Horace Kessler for Historical Society June 7 1899 Cincinnati Railway Franifort the murder of Morgan JJohannon last Meeting called to order by the The wives nnd daughters of April was a year ago the lury stood President ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN Confederates and all who are ten for acquittal and two for a sen Dr J McC interested in this cause will CiriC NNATI AND FRANKFORT Prayer Rev His bond tence of imprisonment please have flowers nt the Con Blanev C ItAILWAY SK FOR TICKETS VIA F federate lot by four oclock Snt Mr S C Bull and America Â¬ KASTHOPND SOUTHERN RfllLWftY I IN KENTUCKY Schedalo In rltect Ore- 18 180 NO 1 I BEST TRAINS Lv Louisville Ar Shclbyvllle Ar LarencebK Ar Versailles Ar Lexington WE8TUODND 740am eoam Lv Lexington Ar Vcrsallle RSOam Ar Lnrenrebg 9 liim Ar Shclbyvllle lO HOam Ar LouNvlllo Trains Nosl 2 5 and Scarry Preo Observa tlon Chair Cars between Louisvlllo and Lex Incton EASTDOCND WESTUOCND STATIONS 10l6im 617pm 1045am 645pm No 0 No 2 730am 4 fflpm 755am 4 52pm BKam 5fopm Q50pa lOWpm 1035pm No 4 515am 537am M5pm 555an 05pm 632am 735pm 755am Ko 5 330pm 503pm No 745pm 907pm t I- lit I No 13 No 11 330pm 740am 55pm 0 55am 645pm 1043ara 7 OUpmi 1055am EASTDOCND Lv Ar Ar Ar No 12 No 14 LouWvll Ar 7 35nm l a 40am LarncbrsAr 510pnf 810am IlarodsbcAr 4pm 720am nurgm uv 4 15pm 710am WESTUOCND No l5tNoC7 St Louis or Chicago l30pra 740am Lv 5 02pm OWam Ar AlTpmllUICim Ar 640pm U10amAr 71iipm 136pmlAr BASTUOOND stations INa 16tNoC8 Arl Arl Arl Lyl Lotihvll Shelbvll Versllcs Midway Oeop tn Arl0 40am 730am 3sspm 700ami 3 00pm WESTUOCND 9 12ami 605pm TfUhim 415pm 733pm tNo iTtNo 740am aaipmLv Ioulsvll Ar A 1022am 620pm Iu 1102am 7kipm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar Lv 1158pm ROTipm Ar Kichmnd Ar Irvine Lv 105pm 5i stations Vrpfl -- Â¬ VOIR STORY A Every morning I have a bad taste In my mouth my tongue is coated my head aches and I often feel dizzy I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I eat distresses me I have a heavy feeling in my stomach I am getting so weak that sometimes 1 tremble and my nerves are all unstrung I am getting paie and tnin i am as tired in the morning as at night What does your doctor say You are suffering from Im- Â¬ pure blood What is his remedy I tlon We have a book nn Pflfonesa and Weakness which vnu mv have for the asking WrMm You must not have rnnstt gated bowels if you expect the Sarsaparllla to do its best work But Avers Pills cure nnnatlrm ta we Dootor qylveapronijl Addreii DR made mention ill OUr lust This tin u ns n nlinrtoi moniliw In lie w lot were if any thing liner than the gin n fund and assist in erecting us Owing to an enduring tablet to the mem Â¬ first ones ho brought the fact that there will be but a ory of this gallant sojdier bard small supply uf small fruits this who reflected sounuch credit upon season tho demand for strawberries the literature of the State has kept up with the supply Those The poet who wrote The wishing theso delicious berries for Moneyless Man can never bp pr serving had bestorder right away forgotten but Kentucky should as the time is short and Mr Penn honor his grave says Ills borrles are going fast w nfternoon June 3rd Isaac T Wood Â¬ Those who ennnot take them to the cemetery will kindly leave them with Miss Overton private Music My Old Ky Home entrance of the Farmers Bank Mr Louis Harris Baud RoHrw nt TCI no S early riunit iiiuriiiu us jiusai Pro hiMnrin Licks Green K Keller Carlisle We ELIZA II OVKKTOX Music Hail Columbia Original Poem Miss F A Pres Confederate Memorial As- Â¬ sociation Naff Winchester Music Annie Lawrie Would Not Suffer So Again for Fifty Capt Address Ed Porter Times Its Price Thompson Frankfort Music Dixie I awoke last night with severe T pains in my stomach I never felt NamelcW by Henry Stanton Mrs Jennie C Morton so badly in all my life When I Music Auld Laug Syne came down to work this morning I Address Judge V B Flem felt so weak I could hardly work I McCurdys drug ing Louisville went to Miller After the close of the meeting store and they recommended Chum refreshments will be served to the berlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea members and invited guests by the Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed me all right It cer- Society of Colonial Daughters talnly is the finest thing I over used Mrs Jennie C Morton bv for stomach trouble I shall not be special request will read before the without it iu my home hereafter for Historical Society on the 7th of I should not care to endure the sufJune Major Henry T Stantons ferings of last night again for fifty beautiful poem Nameless The times its priee G II Wilson Liv Washington nameless grave of this lamented eryman Burgettstown Co Pa Tills remedy is for sale by Poet Laureate of Kentucky in the W Guyle druggist Frankfort cemetery is an eloquent J Thanks plea before the State tor immediate recognition in an elegant monu Â¬ ment to his memory It should We are again placed under obliga be the sacred pleasure of the Ken tions to Mr Josiali Penn for a box of tucky Historical Society of which thoso splendid strawberries of which the audience Kentucky son Louisville 2 2 urdny Schedneot trains lueTect Daiemb r tli lOS M AM PM No 5 TRAINS EAST NolNo3 Mixed Pussr Mixed I 1 Lv Frankfort Sultzer Klkhnrn - nnrtngttroind DUVTIK4 twgaoau fnrniMi 710 711 716 72 3 40 3 62 4 00 411 100 120 185 155 LV5 32 731 715 II Vr Centenllle KUnuetn Purls TRAINS WEST M7 825 810 AM bM No 2 44S 45G SIU im 400 145 J35 600 Fasr 9 30 PM A St J M Nob Passr PassrMlxed No 4 No0 541 50 Lv Louisville Ar Lexington Ar Knoxvillc 5 10am 115po Ar Asheillle 5 ian Ar Savannah OTOam Ar Jacksonville 5Vipmi a 45am Chattanooga Ar lOTOam ll50an Ar Atlanta 100am 225pa Ar Maron 8 55am 955pa Ar Jacksonville dlnpm a55am Lv Chattanooga 10 frapm 1130am Ar Btrmlncliura 23 am 955pn Ar Meridian 830 aml 830am Ar New Orleans Havana Train No 1 Cincinnati Ilorla Limited carries Through Draw ing Room Iull nnn Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon nnd Jacksonville connects nt Lexing ton or Chnttano- pa Avith Pullman Sleeping cat for NewOrlean Free Cnalrcar between Loo isvllle and Loxlngton Observation Chair cait between Lexington and Rome C fe cars pie gant coaches Iraln No 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car be tween Louisville Chattanooun and Birming ham nNo Through Sleeping cars from LexingÂ¬ ton to Jacksonville via AshevlUo nrd Savan nah also via Chattanooga nnd Atlanta Nt change Free Chnlr cars Lexington to Chatta hrough hleeplng cars Lexington W riiiigo New Orleans trailv except Sunday STSjWIFt A WltnnoN Loxtnston K Louisville Ky FSGANNf N3d VP4GM- - J JL CCLfT M Washington DO DC Washington WATCHKUPV- - WMH TATLOKAGPA Washington D C Louisville ICy Â¬ Â¬ stations No aitNo a 1040am 735pm 750am 445pm 658am 355pm Huiani 300pm 130pm No 1 No 3 740aini 745pn 1045am1 1035pm IWpm 745am Â¬ PTA PTA v ir Elkhorn Frankfurt Centervllle Newtown Georgetown Duvalls -t mplngi round Swltzer Purls Elizabeth 910 913 iU3 9f3 IB5 62 632 6 39 649 710 eM 10 3 1050 1101 1107 1120 761 a io 822 423 440 456 510 TC 656 85 915 8411 700 51 ru J40 4H FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI Lv 421 Ar Lv c ALIFQBNI A via NEW ORLEANS In connection with ths Southern Pacific 750 1005 64U Ar Clnclmmtl Frankfort ieorKtonn ieoretuwn Ar Lv Ar AM 11 20 1 M lvi 1032 102s 30 400 710 620 617 Through Weekly D iiiy except Sunday O A N B connec i connects with L O with Q F ft C Railway in connection with Queen Crescent Route forms the outckest route from r rank tort inul IurU to the South ami vlu Clncln nntl it direct Hue to the East and West JOaElH R NEWTON i flu II U ARPER V Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Cincinnati and Loultuille on fast New Orleans Limited train Ie It R uVhRY THURSDAY For Los Angeles and San KruncMco without change The Limited ulo connects ut New Orleans dally with Kxpress Train for the Pnclflo Coastnnd on Tuesdnyiuid Saturday nlththe Â¬ Â¬ lienISuut C A AGI A SUNSET LUTED ANNEX O TIME TAHLE No 21 No 23 SOUTH v Lexlnu of theSoutnern Vacltlc ttlvlng special through service to San Francisco lMrtlculais of igents of thelCHH and connecting lines SdlnlCII Dlv Dlv ass Agent Cincinnati O JNO A SCOTT Pass Agent Memphis A 11 Â¬ AM 10 01 00 PM H1S 8C0 WO IrLiilisvllle ton unklort Miclbpille I 815 911 620 WAKELLONDA HANSON oi a G lALoulsUle Chicago 700 11 No 22 No 24 PM NORTH A M Try tho Capital Stenm Laun Â¬ dry for n clean shirt or collar lG tf Telephone 17 v SUolujrvllle i Loidsillle Frankfort ir Lexlnuton lultt 830 928 1115 610 70t 740 840 OPIUM Â¬ reply t J Lowell Mau O AYEIt Turn In your iiaony iiuwanl to Ooil Ami blesswluTu it mimes you tliu chasten- Ami youll nuil ut tho end of your lifes little span There s n welcome above for a Moneyless Mini Bm tho Signature of OASTOIIIA f Ttie Kind ion nave Always Bought No horrible operations that simply remove the results of tho disease without disturbing tho dis ease itself Phico your confidence in DoWltts Witch Hazel -- alve It lias nover fulled to cure otheks It will not fail to cure you Tyler Hemp Â¬ hill and Wm McKeo Hardle use uiiderpoln If you hnvo plies cuke tlieni cured at -- home with out pain Book of particulars sent FREE DR BM W00LLEY CO c lot North rryor St andWhtikey Blti Â¬ Pneumonia lnirrlpno cough cold croup nml whooping cough reiuiliy yield to One liuute Cough Cures Use this remedy In time nud stivo n doctors hill or the undertakers Hemphill nnd Wm McKeo Tyler Iinrdle m WVHinnnnnnnnnmmumjuuinnnnnjtnnnnnnj m rinnnnnmtnuuirinnnnjinuuinnnnruinnnnririn mbms vB V is important that you at Â¬ tend to your eye sight for once gone it is impossible to restore same Dr 0 H Bowen the optician will be at M A Sel berts Monday June 19th to examine your eyes and fit you properly with glasses Exami- nntinn trpp SW JVVVAAJL JKB It - i Hi El JnnnjinnnnnnnjixirinJinjuinrmrinnnxinnnnrinnnnnnnnnnJiannrinnj Day will bo given in the auditorium of tho Christian Church tomorrow night at 745 It will bo given by the Ascension Episcopal Ohubch Sunday school and in behalf of tho Roy R L McOready reotdr Mr cause of Missions Ic is jubilee year Robt Emmet Abraham assistant and the exercise 1b fitly called Songs Divino service and sermon at 11 of Jubilee Tho public will all be a m and 430 v m welcome Service on Wednesday at 430 p m Sunday school nt 945 a m in the A Unique Event For a year or Chapel so dwlnc to tno strimrencv of All seats free and everyone cor- times the First Baptist Church the of dially welcome to all services this city has been laboring under a consultadebt of about 760 Baptist Church Rev MBAdams tion with his board ofAlter deacons Rev the pastor will preach at 11 a m M B Adams the eloquent and be- ana 7bu p m lovea young pastor determinea to The Young Peoples Society will lay the matter before the church and meet at 630 p m Leader Mr endeavor to liquidate the amount Accordingly at last Sunday mornings J H Polsgrove Subject Great Men Among Ken service after a few preliminary re Â¬ tucky Baptists marks tho pastor called upon Mr Junior Young Peoples Society W H Posey Prof McHonry Rhoads 3 p m Sunday afternoon in and Col Tom Rodman to put the meets at the Chapel matter before tho church which they Prayer meeting Wednesday night did in a few short and appropriate at 730 oclock re mar us Class in Sacred Literaturo will moot Then in about half an hour 81750 immediately after the something more than the necessary amount was contributed and thus tlunday school in the Chapel at 945 this drag upon the work of this good young men old church was removed a m Special classes for Seats free and all are cordially in Pastor Adams was about the hapvited piest man in Frankfort at the conclusion of tho service when the anof Church Rev George nouncement was madewas the result Christian A praise service held on the pastor will preach at 11 Wednesday night in commemoration Dnrslo ra a It not often At 745 p ra the Sunday school of this unique event moroismoney for gives observes Childrens Day by a care- that a churchthat kind than they are purposes fully prepared and charming exercise asked for of called Songs of Jubilee Young Peoples Society of Chris Y M C A NOTES tian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the chapel Leader MissVirgie An interesting program has been Yeager arranged for tho Mens Rally on Topic Wheat and Fares Sunday oolock Prayer meeting Wednesday night Mr Jas afternoon at 330 give an H Polsgrove will at 730 in the Chapel address on the practical theme Missionary Heroes Topic solo will be a ambition Junior Endeavor meets Friday rendered byand J vocal Fisher Tho Mr R afternoon at 330 oclock meeting will be spirited and enjoy- Â¬ Sunday school meets at 030 able not long or wearisome Come The public will be cordially wel- around All men Invited to all these services and os comed pesiallystrangers in the city RELIGIOUS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prayer-meeting Â¬ To the Ladies of Frankfort Franklin bounty The improvements on our store now being finished we are prepared to show the people of Frankfort and Franklim county the largest and most complete line of staple and fancy foreign and domestic dry goods notions ladies and gents furnishing goods rugs mattings oil cloth etc to be found in Central Kentucky We respectfully ask the trade to inspect our line before they buy as they will find our prices exceed- Â¬ ingly low and quality and style the best Remember the-place Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Americas Leidim Corsets Prices 50c to 150 each Every pair guaranteed Â¬ Â¬ GROCERIES -JJ- AND Great values in Lace curtains LIB MATTERS arxacE- - Â¬ Will Get Their Money Ilnnr Tn Vices to morrow In 1891 the State militia held their conducted by Kev Father Thomas S Major the pastor encampment in this city A num- Â¬ Low mass at 730 a m High mass ber of accounts were created by the 10 am Vespers ac 730 p m officers with merchants of ou city When the time came for a settle- Â¬ Presbyterian FirstMcOlasky Blayney Church ment Gov Brown who had become D D tho Rev J pastor will preach at 11 a m and Governor refused to approve these 730 p m accounts holding them illegal Sunday school at 945 a m On Thursday tho Court of Appeals Endeavor Sooiety meets Christian p m in Sunday school room affirmed thejudgment of the Frank- Â¬ ac 645 Prayer meeting Wednesday even lin Circuit Court requiring the pay- Â¬ ing at 730 ment of these claims suit having Â¬ Church Rev T F been brought against tho State unMethodist pastor will preach at der authority of an act of the Legis tho Taliaferro 11 a m and 730 p m lature Sundav sohool meets at 930 a m The claims amount to about 2200 meeting Wednesday evonPrayer and tho claimants are Judgo W L ing at 730 The Pastors Aid Society will meet Pence D L Hilly and others at 3 oclock each Wednesday after Â¬ Â¬ iTITTTinTT fhn 11111 111 SOr- - Window snacfes ana LOWEST PRICES Ajar m limn H G you can save monev on India Linens White and Fancy Piques c Lawns Organdies Be sure to visit our store We Dyspepsia Kodol Cure eat Â¬ Digests what you Libel Epworth League in Sunday school room at 045 p m Oftlclal Board meetsTuosday oven- Wo are not generally disced to lug - stir up litigation but wo do think The public cordially invited that our handsome friend Col A tbnd II Sinclair Mayor of tho thriving Presbyterian Church city of Georgetown ought nt once to Southern Rov Wm Crowe Jr tho pastor will bring suit ngainst our genial friend preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Col John A Bell of the Times for Sunday school at 030 a m Young PooplosSocIety of Christian slander libel assault and battery and everything else owing to that out Endeavor meets at 045 p m To all theso meetings tho public is rageous caricature of Col Sinclair cordially invited published in tho Times last week Col Sinclair is a young man and Rev II H Swoots of Louisville p Vises for u good looking boy down has been proaohlng every night in a special mooting ut tho Southern this way but brother Bell lias lilm Presbytorlan Church and his ser looking liko u busted antiquated and im mons have been solemnboon somo theatrical manager There havo preBslvo -u additions Tho mooting closed last Some of the results of neglected night dyspeptic conditions of tho stomach consumption heart dis L D Stuokor will preach at nro cancer Rev epilepsy Kodal Dyspepsia Benson Baptist Church to enso and South fiirn iirnVPtltH nil this lV OlflLtillL a morrow fct 11 oclock quick euro in all nines of dyspepsia Hemphill and Wm Mc- Tvinr Songs of Jubilee A dollghtfu Kee Hardie exorcise in celebration of Ohildrona no011 c up Bro tot- No 41 St Clair at Bridge Itartlflciallvdicre9tsthefood and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efficiency It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia lnaigesiion tieartDurn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Pbtiuijlir 334 MAIN STREET Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT K SIckHeadacheGastralalaGramnsanq all other results of Imperfect digestion Prepared by E c oewitc a co coicago Desirable Lots for Sale Frazer Axle Grease Tho undersigned oilers for snle us one lot or In smaller lots to suit mircunserit ilio vacant luint or town lots fronting about 277 feet on KdstsUle of Wilkinson street uni binding 01 Mortli side ot Hero street ubout 192 feet to center street Terms made known on applica Â¬ tion to me JOHNH LINDSEV SG lt Kxecutorof Jolin 8 llnrvle pnw H For Rent Cheap rVLJl22iH fR twice r fRAZER LUBRICATOR CO Factorial i Chclago Â¬ r The Miss Mat Murray streot Johnson For Wall Paper rices E Icycles 31 Exum properly on Apply to L P 35 P tf Â¬ 80000 bolts of wall paper at low Teihnle ono of tho beat In tho city Remington niicl Crawford In offered for rent Apply to Capt Jr A Coluns B O Milam or Bon T Parmor Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris The largo stcr room in Masonic Manufactured and Worlds Fair St Louli New York RentStore Room1 tf Ut ly e joiarrsoisr SXX TMLAXISr SPECIAL SALE Fancy Silks 48cts lor silk worth 65c 68cts for silk worth 90c 100 78 cts for silk worth 98 cts for silk worth 150 India Dimity at 10c yard a bargain HOG Ei STREET RUFFLED CURTAINS J WHITE GOODS White Organdie and Paris Muslin 2 yards wide for com- Â¬ mencement dresses French Nainsooks from 25c yard up the fashionable one and to be you would have one sell them from 50c up We UD-to-da- SAILOR HATS The small Knox shape is 50 pairs Ruffled Muslin Curtains at 125 to 200 stylish pretty and cheap Fans Parasols Kid Gloves in great variety and very low prices DINNER SETS We have 8 sets of chiua beautifully decorated 100 pieces to the set that we will close at 1500 worth 22 50 and 2500 CYRANO CHAINS Belt Buckles Collar Clasps LADIES VESTS Swiss Ribbed Vests Low Neck no sleeves silk tape at 10 and 15c Swiss Ribbed Lisle Vests 35c or 3 for for the price LEGHORN HATS Will be the picture hat We have of the season them in quantity and will sell you one at 98cts that is worth Inda Linen from up 5c yard 100 extra good 200 mmIl FRANKFORT - - KENTUCKY The Most For - MATRIMONIAL Excursion Lightnings Work IB ffiWW- - f- - Mr James Grimes who lives near the mouth of Cedar Run on the Lawrenceburg pike was passing through town Sunday afternoon tions with his wife a five year old son Rodektson Carpenteu At the and his two weeks old baby in a residence of the brides aunt in New spring wagon and when near the York City Mr Robprt B Robertson intersection of Main and Third of Scotland and Mrs Lottio Stanton streets South Side the horse they Carpenter were married on Monday were driving became frightened and Mrs Robertson has been a guest of sturted to kick and run He demolher aunt in New York City for sev- Â¬ ished the dashboard and ran the eral months and there met her hus Â¬ wagon against the electric light polo band Heis a prominent man The in front of the residence of Mr John oupIe will go to Scotland on a short Will Johnson smashing the cross visit and then return to this country bars and swingle tree thus freeing to reside himself from the shafts The con- Â¬ Mrs Robertsons many friends at cussion threw Mr Grimes against her old home in this city tender the post injuring his side badly Mrs Grimes and the baby were their congratulations thrown out over the front wheel the child falling inside the gate of Mr Saturdays Blaze Lunsford Graves some fifteen feet away Mrs Grimes was bruised and An alarm from box 37 called the Johnson department to the store of Judge J shaken ud and when Mr baby ho ran out and picked up the N Crutcher on Kentucky Avenue came too West Side on Saturday morning pronounced it dead but it after Mrs Johnson took it into the It seems that sparks from the Cham- Â¬ houso and worked with it a short pion Saw mill ignited the woodwork under the roof which was damaged time The whole of one side of the poor little thlugs head was horribly to about 50 By the aid of the hose from the bruised Dr E E Hume was Im mill the fire was extinguished about mediately summoned who found its the timo the department reached the skull not broken andsodressed the that they injuries of the parties premises were able to go on home in a hired vehicle The little five year old THE WEAPON OF SCIENCE boy was asleep in the bottom of the The man with a wagon and was badly frightened by spear and shield may his rude wakening but was unin Beem a terrible fellow The horse a young one and to one who meets sured him empty handed or In harness lor the second time ran Willi oniy me same only a short distance and was caught sort ot an by some one who happened to be equipment with 1 wmcn to near and led home 1A 1 tw Â¬ Â¬ At the FlsimACK WixcoxsoN residence of the brldos father in Christiansburg on Wednesday Mr Aubrey 0 Fishbnek and Miss Morris Wilcoxson were married by Rev 3VI B Adams Miss Wilcoxson is a beautiful young lady well known in this city where she has often visited her sister Mrs H H Roberts Mr Fishback is private secretary of Hon Geo M Davie the well known lawyer in Louisville and is a handsome and popular young man We extend our hearty congratula- Â¬ The Steamer Falls City brought up a large excursion party on Saturday afternoon While the boat was dis charging freight here the excursion- Â¬ ist came up in the city and took in the sights Later they went on up to Hickman returning Sunday after- Â¬ noon about 6 oclock on their way home Â¬ During the storm on Monday after Â¬ noon a farmer living near Peaks Mill had two cows and a horse killed by lightning We could not learn th nam e of the owner Out for Assessor Your Money fies us in this claim A Sunday Runaway Our friend Mr Ambrose Quarles of the Swallowfleld precinct has ic ceded to the request of his many friends in the county and will make the race for the Democratic nomina- Â¬ tion for Assessor Mr Quarles wn n candidate before when the race was won by popular Will Hawkins by n meager majority over him and there were other candidates for the olflce who drew off some of Mr Quarles His friends feel confident he vote will win and they may well feel gratified as he is well qualified for the place Opera to be RepeateJ That is always our endeavor to give the public better values for the same price than can be had elsewhere Our line of Oxfords this spring fully justi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For this price we can sell you an r a uue ii uiuru indue utc uu c mu auim leather throughout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip One of the best bargains in our store 1 1 Our brag line of low cut shoes Any toe from corn to the fash ionable bull dog all kid or vestintr toos kid or patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine turn soles 100 150 a ij By request of a large number of our citizens who were not fortunate enough to witness the first perform Â¬ ance the opera of Robert Maccalre will be repeated on Monday evening next June 5th at the Opera House with the same persons sustaining the characters they so well represented on Wednesday evening Seats can be reserved at- Bar retts this morning without extra charge In the lower part of the house but no seats will be reserved in the balcony - d sE E5 made for the price tffcafj vesting tops and the newest styles The best shoes The famous Queen Quality Ox fords in tan and patent leather Laird Schober Cos fine Ox fords These need no intro- Â¬ duction as they are the finest ladies Oxfords made All the styles and toes either patent 4mi leather or kid tips SESk tvrtUs pi UlkJv e 5vN up-to-dat- ir i JQjj j Our Ladies Sailors at 100 are Leaders t3 DRS The Leading Specialists of America KKl IN OHIO CURED Eiirlv ftKntn m 1 212 mG1 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky Just What You Want s National Saengcrfcst ran 853 20 YEARS 250000 WCCURE EMISSIONS Nothlnor can bo more demorallitn tn young or middle aged men than Ue pres ence 01 mese -- nightly losses Xhey p diigustand a whole train of symptoms They unfit a man for business married Ufa and social happiness No matter whether caused by oil habits in youth natural weakness or sexual excesses our Sow Method lreatment will positively euro you Header 2iWx an 1 fat V A C L ttw sk oppose him There were a large number of peoplo who went on the excursion W f stand to Cincinnati on Sunday which was f before a modern rifle run by tlio A O H The train left Any disease may be deadly enough promptly at 7 oclock a m and re- Â¬ when you have no adequate means at hand to confront it Plenty of peo turned on timo that night after ple die every day of curable diseases having had a fine days outing simply because the stereotyped routine Financially it was a success netting senseless methods and remedies usually employed are not half way equal to the the society a handsomo sum 71 wM w W where does vflsKU X either of them but The A 0 H Excursion NO CURE NO PAY later excesses may have weakened you Exposure may bavo diseased you Vou are not safe till cured Our New Method will cure you Vou run no risk aaKIa am xonnir v VWW ana nag jaw t nerous irritable and ex vou noed heln Â¬ 250000 AIanVni CURED rt Â¬ occasion But when a truly scientific remedy like Dr Pierces great Golden Medical DisÂ¬ is brought to bear upon the covery complaints which it is designed to cure it penetrates the tough hide bound armor of obstinate disease with the same un Â¬ erring accuracy and power with which a modern rifle penetrates a savage shield I had been doctoring and using patent medi cine for about a year and a half being unable to work most of the time says John U Cough cnour Usq of Gleuiavage Somerset Co Pa The doctor said I had heart diseuse and Indl- began with choking Jestlon inItthe chest Iaseemed toand oppressed be raw from my throat clear down Into my stomach My appetite was usually poor and I was as weak and nervous as though I had been starved out for months My heart kept throbbing contin ually huu 1 was snorc 01 uream Ilually I wrote to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V fci advice and he Informed me that I had indigestion and torpid liver I did not think that dlaguosli was right but I ordered six bot tles of Dr Ilcrces Golden Medical Discovery and began its use After using three bottles I began to Improve slowly and soou went to work and I have been working ever since Â¬ Â¬ citable lou becomo forgetful morose and despondent blotches and pimples sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping form and downcast oountenance reveal ought 01 your existence A Qood Selection WECURE VARICOCELE urunju win cure It lho wormy veins return to their normal condition and hence the sexual organs receive proper nourish ment The organs become vitalized all uuuaiunu arsons or losses cease ana man iv powers return Jo temporary benefit but a permanent cure assured NO UUUK NO IAV Nrt n HI It A TION NEUES8AKY NO DETEN TION FHOM 11USINESS Â¬ Â¬ The Democrats of the Boone-Senatorial District imve honored thomselves by nominating that clover and upright gentleman Dr J G Furnish for Senator Dr Furnish will make a splendid Sen- Â¬ ator We wish there were more of such Owen Frankfort Doy Lands a Plum No matter how nftriftni vnur mba mmv be or how long you may havo had It our iiiAiwjsi treatment of nil liver kidney and the round trip J It Newton stomach troubles The Red Circle Gen Pass Agt PHI has not been advertised in Frankfort Our sales however have been phenominal and in every in stance tho remedy has given satisfac Â¬ tion If youire8utTering from dys Edgewood Horns For Sale pepsia indigestion constipation bit- lyuaness luunuico pmimutiuii vur-- Eigev00i Home with 27 aciei fronting about tigO or With IU1 Old fashioned head- - iS00 feet oa East Main street Is for sale iiturlvate balance In 6 or years at salm m If n femnlo iruill puiuiui or in- - cent e- part ciisngive the purchaser the ehniiw per so as to of or selling the entire place either for the site of the sutncient orexcesslve menstruation Governors maiiDlon or puo any trouble arising from a dis i ew St te Capital greater from llo park or the chance of oil arranged or torpid liver tho Red enough building lots to par for the sellingand place Circle Pill Is warranted to rellove still lime a large part of It left J01IN L SCOTT you or we are directed to refund you Frankfort Kr April 19 16V your money Try n box at 25 cents SO lm Once In your family you will never no without them v iHciveo unr- ao tf die J W Guyle Â¬ Â¬ 1U 3 preparation old and Kuccessful Kentucky physician nnd nati and return Juno 27th to July 1st used by liim for sixty years in tho limited to July 5th ut one fare for been selling The On account occasion For the putt six months we havo the Frankfort of tho above Railway Cincinnati Red Circle Pill a originated by an Company will sell tickets to Cincin Â¬ House for Rent CURES GUARANTEED syphilis 3wJwi nncl cu IMlOTENOV ETAEMISSI0N8 niJUliluIU LOSSES NAL NEV diseases CONSULTATION FHKE HOOKS jrilBB UJlAllUE UllKHATK If unable to call wrll feTAaPKSriON IILANK for ItoM IM IV BBS8ES Queen VAlUUUUJljK BHMl- ULADDKH AND KIP- - Containing five rooms besides kitchen and bath room on Main street For information apply to Dr O V Chlnn 203 Main street 21 Mr Eugene F Hall of this city who served as n Paymaster in the Volunteers has been appointed to n llko position in the Regular Army Senator Lindsay was Halls backer For obstinate constipation Dr Pierces pulled down tho plum Wo Pleasant Pellets are the most perfect and give congratulate Gono upon his gocd medicine ever devised They prompt comfortable permanent relief luck Next v tf Crescent ROUTE New York WR One Half Rates to Buffalo AIll fTrVl Kennedy 122 W iHS Kergan O I I FOURTH ST CINCINNATI Via the Queen Crescent June 12 You tiro authorized to announce mo as a candidate for Jailer to till and 13 with liberal return limits tho unexpired term of J V Alley account Imperial Council Mystic deceased sublect to any regular Shrine Ask agent for particulars W O RlNUAItSON action of tho Democratic party General Passenger Agent 802m W T Sacua Editor Roundabout r ciotiii Department Fiiiilistiii Depart m Depiiiiit lat punt is now Mens all wool suits S500 ment Mens all wool fancy cheviot suits 600 toSiooo Mens all wool black and blue serge Just received a large lot of fancy ilk Madras shirts solt suits Soo to 1500 Mens 100 double breasted silk faced all bosoms looks like a one will only cost you 50c wool blue serge tooo to The btist shirt for ioo that Soo good judgment skilled labor Boys short pants suits 50 and spot cash can produce to 600 Boys long pants suits 350 to 1200 1 The season straw hats at all prices newest styles Linen hats 50c on for We have them and in all the 50c to 300 and caps 25c to m mY end Bag toitMl If you are going to take a trip this summer and need a Trunk Bag or Telescope or Dress Suit Case you will find us the best prrpired house in Central Kentucky to take good care of you in this line- - Kiiox Hats 500 4 and Stetson Hats 5 Mens low cut patent er leath- Â¬ dHlHfe Trunks 3 to 7 Bags 2 to 10 Telescopes 50c Mi Boys shirt waists 20c to y2 1 hose good ones 3 Mens pair for 25c Black Cat brand 3 pair for 50c It mav be you do not know it hue w do keep the largest and ubc line of gents jewelry in the city Our general line of mens and boys felt hats comprising Mens black vici Southern all the newest shapes and ties 500 colors is the largest and most Mens black vici Southern complete we have ever carried ties 300 Prices to suit all low cut tan 300 Mens Ladies black kid Oxfords solid 100 TO Ladies kid lace shoes solid 125 Childrens cloth lace shoes black and tan 100 sizes 8 to 1 Exclusive agents Jenness Miller shoes and Oxfords Mens low cut tan 500 500 to 135 Dress suit cases 2 to 8 1 100 1 J ESS DURING THE MONTHS OF JUNE JULY AND AUGUST OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED AT D C CRUTCHER Miss Mattie McGinni3 is visiting relatives in Versailles Mr L A Owen has returned from n business trip to Louisville Mr C C Jett of State College spent a lew days at home this week He will leave shortly for Cincinnati where he lias secured a position Quite a number of persons from this place went on an excursion to Cincinnati last Sunday Mr T P Hearn has returned fiom Versailles 7 OCLOCK CO EXCEPT ON Huntington West Va 4 HI w i SATURDAYS Millville Church on Sunday night Mrs Will Hearn and children of Jetts visited her parents Mr tan W Goin and wife la t week Miss Bridgcford of Frankfort who has been the guest of Mrs Will Graham has returned home Mrs Susin Williams had an encounter with a big snake one day last week The nake had gone into the hen hon e and Mrs Williams found it in there She finally killed it It wtw bet ven 7 and 8 feet long The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church met with Mrs Geo Wilson on Thursday afternoon Mr John Shaw wife and son Willard Mis Susan Williams and Mi s Ann Williams visited friends at Lock No 4 un Wednesday Its the fashion for young men to wear kid gloves and go without their coats when taking their best girls out riding so they say here Â¬ -- Miss Mary Graves of Frankfort is visiting Miss Mattie Babbitt Misses Ethlyn and Anna Johnson and Mr Charlton Gaines visited friends at Choateville on Friday Rev Geo Cleveland of Forks of Elkhotn preached in our Christian Mr Ike Moore was the guest of his brother Mr G D Moore tf Eminence one day the past week Quite a number from our com munity attended the decoration services at Frankfort the 80th Â¬ The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF Close Observer What They Say printed and finely illustrated booklet which has Just been h sued and dis- trlbuted by tho Chicago North Western ity describing their elec- A salesman wanted for a nice line trie lighted 20th century train The of Dry Goods Specialties for country North Western Limited It is Bryn unique in design and composition Good commission trade Mawr Philada Pa and affords entertaining reading 40 2t A copy will be sent to any ad Â¬ dress fey W A Cox 435 Vine street -- Is the title of an exceedingly well The Encyclopedia Britannica The Pilot knows just how to steer a vessel to bring it safely through the shoals and out into the open Justso the Encyclopaedia Britannica is the one absolutely reliable guide for the voyage of life One cannot go wrong if its teachings are followed It tells the mistakes men have made how others have succeeded and why An intelligent man gets good from the experiences of others and steers clear of the rocks they ran against The very presence of the Encyclo paedia Britannica in a nouse gives me piace an intellectual tone A library of thousands of volumes does not offer such an oppor- - t tunity for successful home study and development as this master- piece of literature There is no more instructive reading on earth t To a life whose current than that contained in its 30 volumes Just runs toward the future this great work is indispensable now you can secure the m 1 JmTj Zilpah vjiiiciiiuuii L unio X Health good Business lively All on tho sick are convalescing Among the many we are glad to report Mr J C MooreAof Scrabble who had been ill with fever for several weeks Is nolo to be out again also Mrs Latiierine urignt who nan been ill for sjnie lime is ablo to be up Mrs Victor Gordon of Christians burg and Mrs Jasper Cook of that vicinity wtre the guests of Mrs Andy Hartford one day tho past week Mrs Sarah Moore has been the guest of her son Mr G D Moore near Eminence tho past week A little child of Mr John Shay of this place put its hand In a clothes while lis mother was wringer wringing clothes one day the pttst its hand bjtJIy week and had mashed Dr Middlcton dressed the wound Mr Thomas Imggaidof Fort Hill was in our community several days tills week 31 r John Davlswlfe and daughter visited Iriends at Benson Saturday and Sunday Mr John W Moore and wife were tho guests or triends and relatives at Ilatton Saturday Many thanks Fair Lily of tho Pike for your poetical effort as to how I will look Never lot your heart bo troubled but sulllco Ft to say when regeneration takes place wo are mado now creatures there fore according to Catchenta pre dictions this has already been my lot So don your glassed anil behold tho vision that will bo revealed to your sight and wonder no more Mr J B M was soon out In his now buggy a few days ago Thats right Jimmy bo useful as well as ornamental Â¬ Â¬ it TIME TAIJLE Mott No 17 Nolfc PM AM AM J 01 8 31 H32 JOfl 301 US7 a40 1017 SOUTH uV lllrtwuy KriiuKfort CiirlHtl unburn Uixlnutou 1 hiiilntiice Liiliurtu Ir Lojlswlit NOltTH v lt4rm 35S 4 1U33 11 GU 1103 31 oll 710 OS1 6B MM KM AM 237 340 7M b0 SamiJ No1GNo1BNoKi KM ft21 UulnvitlH UicIxiMko Liucratwb FimiiHiicu C Mutwiiy A Card of Thanks i0 ii4 72 7 5 ing obligations for what Chamber lains Cough Remedy has done for We have used it in so our family ca es of coughs lung troubles many and whooping cough and it lias always given the most perfect satis faction wo feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wisli them to please accept our hearty thanks Respectfully Mrs Iowa For S Doty Dcs Moines sale by J W Gayle druggist Â¬ Â¬ I wish to say that I feel under last Â¬ b 410 441 Encyclopaedia Britannica For One Dollar Cash that the entire Thirty Volumes with a Guide and an elegant Oak Book Case will be delivered when the first payment is made You will be surprised when you learn the mtmrifburR Kmnktort 4 02 r Leximctoii UG rU7 010 852 912 950 W- BI7 000 paying the balance in small monthlypayments Remember too 0 12 llJ3 aud way N trains to Louisvlllo L way stations 550 n m N trains to Louisvlllo and L stations 037 a m L iz N trains to Louisvlllo way stations 304 p m O trains to Louisville O am O LOW COST Tho complete set Thirty Large Octavo Volumes Marbled Edges Extra Quality High 4500 First payment One Dollar 100 and Three Dollars 300 per month thereafter No 2 Half Morocco Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish Book Paper 6000 First payment Two Dollars 200 and Four Dollars 400 per month thereafter No 3 Sheep Tan Color Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish Book Paper f 7500 First payment Three Dollars 300 and Five Dollars 500 per month thereafter Is granted by paying cash within 30 days after the A reduction of 10 receipt of the work POR SALE BY No 1 Here it 1st and 000 New Style Buckram Cloth Machine Finish Book Paper O pm L trains to Louisvlllo 013 Jetts way stations 050 Tnompson last week Mr W Clint Fogg is visiting his mother In Lexington Mls3 Margaret Peyton has returned to her home in Mlourl lifter visit ing relatives here The annual commencement of Ex colsior Institute will bo held at that placo Thursday Juno 8th Every body is cordially Invited Mr K C Bedford who has been attending tho Frankfort Business College has secured a position with tho Postal Telegraph Company Â¬ MlssFlizabethSmlth of Versailles was the guest of Miss Virginia dation arrivos 642 p m O O trains east 1018 a m O trains east 740 p m O AV Hite Agent trains to Lexington and am N trains to Lexington and L way Htatlons 437 p in Frankfort Accommo Louisville N Â¬ Beara the OilSTOXlXyif m Kind You Hate Always Bought ft K- - OleCLiUHE Oompnny SON Elonry Koohlor It makes no diferonco how bad the Invito Cut Rates to Pacific Coast Lumber Dealers of Louisvlllo Ky oorreRpondonoo with mill men wound if you use DoWitts Witch who havo lumber for sale Thoy buy Hardwoods In mixed Iluel Salve it will quickly heal and Poplar and Qreon Writo them leave no scar Tyler Hemphill care Dry or 31 0m and Win McKeee Hardlo Tho Frankfort Cincinnati Hall Â¬ way la now gulling tlckeis to Pacitle Coast points tuul to tho North wjst nt very low rates Ask ticket agents for particulars J It Newton a P A A t- -