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MSBBBmA WWi J rvnpqjn wwmwwKv nrime T i Trtr r ifn t MM iwtw PT1 7 - The OTn VOL A v fV Fmkfort FRANKFORT KYt SATURDAY Locust Grove I I Roundabout TERMS TWVVTS Pnhlinhnr A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoo NO 40 XXII FortlioRounilnlioutl To day JULY 15 L89U H an old one with toughoed thongs or not ihe undersized dissipated city street corner thief suffers tho most On the bud thats yet to blossom strong fellows who have done outside And the flower that has blownl work for years not being affected In One forsooth is long forgotten anything like the same degree As for tho behavior of the flogged t omo And tho other Is unknown of them use awful imprecations Whnt of Yesterday To moi row swearing with awful onths how thev will revenge themselves more still They nro naught to me I say yell unintelligibly like whipped When I see the fragrant blotsoms children Tlid doctor nresent largely On tho bosom of To day regulates my own efforts I have Nom D i liUM ItnMKiV hurl tn flmf ihn Biinn mnn T T luli u - In nut- think nnv wnrdpr In rf I M n i Commonwealth of v ivcuiui kj umenu ui iswrland ever had to do so pmi I -- -- - - Agriculture- - Labor and- - Statistics I No Right to Ugliness J Editor Roundabout Frankfort Ky4 July loth IbJJ -- tu r - W I 7 KV w fr Li - n r i a I vt v ki I v Lay in your winter stock now cu Agriculture like any other occuon pation depends for success upon the ua Vanderpool Southern Jellico and an adoption of such method as will Da ua ca produce the greatest possible return en Da ca for the labor expended This fact is Wooldridge Jellico oa en recognized by all lines of trade in the aa aa formation of societies to study condi- cm oa I have the exclusive agency for tions and devise ways ahd menus of oa an aa decreasing tho cost of- production ua oa expression for which is but another en the celebrated Vanderpool the Da nj increasing profits oa en Mr Kings Six Deer ca The farmers of Kent cky suffer a ua oa best yarding coal on the market lobs of muny thousand dollars an- Â¬ Da C3 Tit -i mi oa nually through falluie to realize the Da Importanceoi doing thoroughly what Big lumps does not slack in ca lltT Ilinll- na i rdoneandby neglecting the many iiiimV frnftv VrPnnhmnn In Aninrlra tlnn life ttlwiya ileiwantln her but - tu do on to small things that go so far towards Lust February they hired Mitchell to ner to all and none knew ca weather love her She leaves a husband and ya adding to the income of the progres- uet siX live deer for tho park agree ca oa sive farmer Is there any good rea- - inK t0 pay him 300 if the animals two children one daughter Airs - ca oa or Frankfort and- g son why tho farmers of each county Were alive and In good condition on D O Kobinson ra oa should not organize a limners Club Mav fl Mitchell took his timeabout one son and n host of relatives and ca ca they their wives sons and the job Late In AInrch he brought friends Remember she Is not dead en where oa daughters would meet say monthly jn ono enn d00 that was hungry and but sleepeth Alothcr has gone home nci to rest fronfi her long weary Journey cii ca for an interchange of ideas on the ut the point of death Alter the Da yet the separation wont be long A fiJ be U means of doing tho many things middle of April he cought another oa to be done on the farm Can anyone iU which was in good condition little sleep a little slumber a little Ka ca - Telephone ioo vu ooubt that we would each learn Before he could go out again the folding ot the hands and we too shall a Urnce Head ot Clinton Street ca something from the other No ora- - BllW had melted in tho woods and cross tho river cold then may wo Pa ca bhould be attempted or nobody could got near a deer until enter mo nenvemy ioiu our weary nnRrnananncariarncarjaBinnrariscnKnRarncacacnrjaririincana torkrl efiortrf own fashion fter the hikes had opened The souls at last find rest und sweet re- expected but after his every farmer who is Interested in his managers talked to Mitchell and pose tn Jesus broist work should bo willing to give his nmu many threats but the French MvirrJHaaaiiMmwjiAjuui Air Floyd Young and wife of views on thesubject uudcrdlscussion mn remained cool Buffalo spent Saturday night and and If he has no views there is a True to his agreement Mitchell Sunday In the Grove greater need for him to attendand went to the park with the managers was the guest f BERH Ji tni to the views of others Til the morningof May 5 and walked of Alkss Annie B Quirolast Thuisday J AII Nanie Bryant Farmers more than any other out to the deer yard In which were class are interested in good roads the two dots and with them were What has become of the Chicken and the societies could lo much to MHr sprightly lawns that had been Coop correspondent Has some give form and force to the prevailing born within u week heartless varmit devoured her or oi a netter nign- sentiment in Javor You hef ze seex deer hey said way system Mitchell in triumph caused her to take flight to a more TOT JrSl P w you Air Editor may I ask that The pleasant climate II ihe latter is the -Now alll take zo money through the columns of your paper bill was paid without protest though consequence please tell us of your lay the matter before tlu farmers of the managers think that Mitchell ad veil lures for they must liivu iiuen your county Assure them If as- - played a mean trick on them romantic indeed urv llml intffifiu uniMini tt lf in Air Terrell Mitchell is laUiig a not Involved that tho uims arej Thomas Khc ads- C ntei field O He purely educational wilte- - 1 stiilered from plks seven fine crop of tobacco and hogcozy inning the series oi mrmers- in- - or eight yeais No remedy gave me Mays ho intends to prepirv a IViirl his Precious fetltutis laid lust winter a nuniLerof relief until DeAVitts Witch Hazel little home extremely mortified these soeletliN witv organlztd and Salve less than a box of which cured and that he f the good nicomplistied tneieoy lias ll ji toothing healing perfectly ut tho idea til her sitting in the long Thats iiiipiecsiii ine whii iiiu iiinjiiiuuiL lit wiire ot countertells schoolroom n ivo a days to give heart right Terrell of hnving n society In each county J E Tyler her as well us it hand for Albs Pearl Some of the societies starting with a is a lady of line cultuie and is di serv membership of half dozen now have How Paddy Commits Suicide ing of all that is good memberships of 160 and more With tliche societies as a nucleus our work Air Francis Goins and Air Tom Good suicide weather tho griz- - ATfirkir iir umrflirf llltr n Sllnrtnv of holding farmers institutes will be more effective I havoar zled old Horgeanl rhelilml thedeslcof fcdl01 at jje easier and which wo hope police stations Wiinu very iiiteiestlng and that the ranged for an exierienced lecturer loneot glancul out at the fllij fllli- - iiwi and organizer and others will ho observed as he viii TTnvr fbr ft 1 rH nTfvit enpgcl il necc mry and will be dull overwhelming clouds from UUjait harve--- t ofood uleai tu to tend them to- answer any wnicu toe rain billed uown ma never WW Air Allen Tharpes tliree iittlo call lor their m i vices and 1 invite endinir driyzle savs the Chica ro chlldien ol ljouisville are visiting comspontlenceui this t ulject from Times Herald A good day for suieldis over their aunt Airs G F Stivers of this Anyone who feels an Interest in tho having Their mother succejNS of the movement It vicinity here ho continued musingly Trpsting ihnt I may have your a German is going to kill himself ho recently died they are left to tho hf arty co operation in tlio nlalter I waits for just such a day as this care ot a devoted hither and an all- Even if he dont intend to kill him- - wise Provldtnee Faithfully yours am LtCAS AIooiu selftlueeor four days like this will Air Willlo Young boarded tho exsoon drive him to it Well bo apt cursion Commissioner of Agrlcultuie bound for tho Natural to luwo throe or four cases reported Bridge and took in all the romantic before roll call siirhts and beautiful scent ry alon Flogger A Professional Now its different with u French- tlie imito and came homo about man When a German feels blue it noon that night Well Willie is a Tlie wiiler was the other day in makes him all tho bluer if tlie kind of fellow any tniduced toastalwait warder of one weathers bad Hut a Frenchman way and nas a goou nine generally t establisliments a when he is crossed In love or has ot our gr at c nvii A Vitikans lAUoirnn A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of by no ireniis unkindly looking man gone broke thinks tho weather Is the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart who for many years has been tho sympathizing with him if It rains From a Masculine Standpoint wielder ot the uit o nine tails at the when ho is feeling badly When ho Burn and Constipation tprlnin wheie lie serves says Ans makes up his mind to commit sui Invariably carry out his In wore cide hell Â¬ Read the following rctson for using American Dyspepsia Tablets youmr Niid The ow Its queer dear tho never wid 1 fcnicely know how tho new tention on a sunshiny day said John that poor to oiko indigestion nnd Uyspupolu ooiitnin PKlSIN All othor rmnedies prison hill will afhet me but I have worlds brightness seems only to a word to me about remarrying I hi out of lis fiirmx innlulnlnilng na riUSIN is supplied to n uunli or even healthy an lout in the past flogged tome scoies of mocK mm It cant And what about the Irishman reallydont munderstand so very re Htomiicli in tliu Hluipu of medicine lwiturn will cuiiso to maku it and tliu DYSlKlSIG men with the cat receiving 1iu extra o anything I DOSIJ and of oonrso nuvor be onrud of lila sum on my pay of live shillings for sergeant askid tho new policeman markable about that rejoined her will not bo nhlu to do without hi troulle VHtoinnoh tluit will promptly digest food must nuiko Its own PKrSIN Look here young man said tho bachelor uncle each one operated upon 1 never I suppose you aro nud not rely upon uiedloliio for thU most import nut ngunt suggestion of flogged onejet that didnt deserve a sergeant with Just ono he thought it his duty to Amerioftit Dyspepsia Tfttdots coiituin nt PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC agents good deal more than he jot hut of Llinriek In his tono Irishmen dont not the Chicago Daily News warn but aro uomposud of four old and wcll knowu vtgotnlile remedloa which in combi- Â¬ course this is my point ol view ui commit suicide When an Irishman nation will soon olVoot a cure by rostorlng tha stomach to its normal condition perhaps it men to whom I liavo an gets broko and blue he dont kill tho STOMACH and its Wu ALMANAC Company no prizo furnish no book on uumbur of w appors but DISEASESn no box plhd tho cat men ranging in himself Not much He goes uul Henry Kochler will send for tho LARGEST trial to auy somebody or gets beaten himweight from eiglit to fifteen stone I beats addrui true of cost in both instances goes have never known but ono who bote self or falling Lumber Dealers of Loiilsvillo Ky AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are put up in fiOo pnoknges aud are to tlie punishment w It liout j ells or at homo and beats his wife invito oorrospondonco with mill men be had at J V Gnylos und V II Averllls or by addressing A gi cat deal depends If at groans who hnvo lumber for snlo Thi y buy upon tlie man who wields tlie cat as Kodol Dyspepsia Poplar and Hardwoods In mixed THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO Cure cars Dry or Qreon Writo them to tlie extent of tho pain and much LOUISVILLE KY 81 0m Dloests what you cat also depends upon whether the cat is era Clubs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Advisory Board of thlsureau authorized the employment of lecturers to visit the various counties of the State for the purpose of organizing Agricultural Societies or Fimn Dear Sir A recent meeting of Â¬ Â¬ - lovely in face The woman who form and temper will always have friends but one who would Tie at tractive must keep her health Jf she Is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and Irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impuro blood will cause piinples and a blotches skin eruption wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and- kid neys and to purify tho blood It io iiea siiuii iiiic3 uiimi cjvaj smooth velvety skin rich cpnip ex- Ion It will make a good looking charming woman of a run down in valid Only 50 cents at J W Gayles drug store is Ithl t-- i The protracted uncling at Alt Zlon is still continuing One addi- Â¬ tion Dled July tit the home of her daughter Mis Ilallie Stucker near Hattou Airs Lucy Young after an illness of some three years She had been a constant sullerer during these long years and wo feci that the Fathers call was a sweet message to her She leaves three children Airs Stucker Airs Sudduth and Miss Ota to travel tills weary pathway We commend the bereaved ones to a heavenly fathers care Free from tho trials of earth Hersnlrlt shall dwell ever more With loved ones Just over the thle At rest on the evergreen shore Air W O Vaughn of Lexington is visiting relatives and friends near tho grove Well Aliss Etta how are you to choose between the two Well John Is escorting Miss Sarah this week to church Gut 83 he will accompany Allss Kate next week Johns a Jolly fellow and likes the fun of hauling the girls around Air Leslie Sudduth who lias been In Iwwiltli ft enntn tlmn tr ntn b0rry t0 say la contined to his bed Died At her home near Alt Zlon Sunday July iw Mrs Adallne Hop ner ane nau been suiteriug irom a complication of dLstases for several months and the end found her only waiting to meet a loving Savior In whoso keeninir she had lonsr trusted ri pc rii fBKA ttn iliFiSSSyjwSfU b G3 Is x A Hot nci Ctl aa GO 3E1 oa en rn vu uu na ua rn pa UJ cu Subject to ex na Talk About 4 en G3 ca gSgggarnonrjnrnBnEnrnraBncn kMkUKjyaujw trn DO Just Now ca oa Dd oa oa en oa oa Da oa do oa DO DO UU DEI en 133 do ca ca DO DQ DO DO ca oa El nn oa na oa D3 oa cn LJ3 But Your Interests Demand It lil A Dudley Blanton I I i Masonic Temple Hardware f B Matches Superior tlie best IV Ww t 11 - I - i uiumjf I theNvork - per dozen 34c Razors and Knives A money refunded guarantee Beautiful Hammocks screen wire Lawn Mowers size 12 inch blade for S335 Tiihnnna Fruit Jars - Masons quarts - w wooa Floors and floor preparation and will cheerfully make estimates Â¬ con Â¬ DYSPEPSIA CURED AMEJII0AN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS 1 w Wk merry-go-roun- d Â¬ Â¬ 1 Mi Â¬ 11 Â¬ jf S lr mmtxEKZxj -- wi y rtHIp I fcd lf VT3SWl5TTir Tr lVrV BinlWI i MKJvmjmmii We Are More Than Pleased s i With our business this spring We have had the best April and May trade that we have enjoyed for the past five years We are satisfied times are getting better and we are looking for a very large fall trade so during the month of m9 MJ JXT JE we are goiug to offer some extra bargains in every department as we are determined not to carry over any summer goods Our stock is very large Call on us we will try and please you Â¬ Â¬ waBssmswRommgamm WEITZEL PERSONAL ODONNELL Thomas week Miss am tfiB Mrs 8 T Bailey left Sunday for Versailles Miss Floyd Jnblno la visiting friends in Louisville Mr Boland Wcitzol has returned homo from College Mies Bernndette Haly 1b visiting friends in Lexington Miss kallle Stephens is visiting frlenca in Lexington Col James A Scott and wife leave today for Mackinac Miss Annie Nlcol has returned from a visit to Lexington Mr Alllo W Young of Mt Sterl ugh ing was here Tuesday Mias Etta are guests of Miss Lizzie is visiting Scott in this city Miss EllzabethGolemau relatives in Georgetown Dr W A Boiling was called to Hon Jo C S Blackburn of Ver VI rein In Inst weak bv tho sudden -sallies wits here Tuesday doatn oi nis latner Mrs Jos Schroff and children are Mrs Thos H Shelby of Lexington Visiting relatives in Indiana was the guest of Mrs J Buford MIsb Florine Havens has gono to Hendrick recently j Estill Springs for the summer Col A Dudley Blanton the hustlirg Miss Irma Lnbrot has returned young coal merchant was in Oh olnnati on Monday from a visit to JJuyton Ohio Mr J T Arnold of Owen county L Weitzel has gono to Mr Ed was the guest of Mr T E Konne Now Yoil Uity on a vacation and family this week Mrs Will Graham and daughter have returned from Lexington was truest of her mother Mrs Letit a Master Wm Parker is tho guest of J Garrard this week his cousin Master John Collins Miss Mamie Graham of Louisville Senator W H Clark of Jackson was the guest of ber uncle Mr Jas county was in the city on Monday H Graham this week Mrs Mary Meriwether is the guest Col W B Jenkins of Tyrone has of Mrs Udolpho Snead in Louisville come back homo and is at work for W H Co Miss Carrie Peterson has gono to the Ky D Gratz Owen county to visit relatives Mrs Louis Weitzel was called to Mrs Martha Adams left Wednesday Lexington by the serious illness of to visit her son at Huntington W Va her mother Mrs Klair Mr E W Hinos has gone t New- Â¬ Miss Stella Buckley of Louisville is tho guest of her slater in this city foundland on his vacation and will be gono for several weeks Miss Ada Miller of Louisville is Col Chas S Green of Louisvi 1 tho guest of her aunt Mrs Pat New was shaking hands with his hosts of man friends hero on Thursday Mrs James McEwnn and son James Mr I Davis and sons Maurice and have returmd iroui a trip to Shelby Adolph are spending a few days at ville French Lick Springs Ind Mrs Conway and son Mastor Uroy Mrs M B Adams and son Mar Â¬ lime gone to Owensboro to make a shall left for Mason county Monday visit to visit her fathors family Miss Bruce of New Castle is the of Philadelphia Mr Houston guest of Miss Josle Hughes at Wood Ponn was the guest of Senator Wm lake Lindsay and wife this week Mr John Selbert left Monday for Mrs Ben T F rmer and ohlldren a weeks fishing and bathing at tho have gone to Farmdalo to spend lakes several weoks with relatives Miss Rachel Oromio has roturned Lexington Col 0 from a pleasant visit to friends in was InE the Hathaway of city Tuesday shaking Paris bands with his hosts of friends Mrs Delano B Walcutt and ohll Mr Woodson K Woods of St Spring dren aro visiting relatives at Louis Mo who has been visiting relHold Mo atives here has returned home Mn David Mitchell and daughter Mrs Chas Strauob and children of Mi s titta wero guests of friends here Jeffersonville Ind wero guests of this week Mrs L B Woisenburgthis week Miss Nancy Holdon loft Wednes Mastor Alex T Lewis was tho day forCla ksburg W Va to visit guest of his uncle Mr M T Lyle and wife in Loxlngton this week reiativos M Sottlo Ohlnn and Isabel Misses Mrs Lewis N Thompson of Louis Â¬ Lindsey have gono to Canada for a ville is visiting tho family of Oapt short visit Ed Porter Thompson Shelby street Miss Nannie Woodson has returned Master Harold Hathawav of Lex- from a visit to Mite Agnes Brown in ington was the guest of Miss Anno Louisville Â¬ I Master Franklin L Reock has gone to Cincinnati to visit his grandma and aunties Mr Albert H McOluro left Monday night for Eastern Kentucky on a business trip Mr Grant L Roberts wifo and children visited relatives in Lexing ton this week Dr J N McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health was in the city this week Mr Hugh Rodman son of Mrs W B Rodman has gone to Philadelphia jfenn to reside Mrs R B Jillson jr and child lefc Wednesday for Cincinnati Ohio to visit relatives Â¬ Washington street this go Inzolrl nault and wife today and Mr C P Ohe- leavo for Mackinac IrlKsr AFEW Mrs Charles Weitzel and ohlldren have gono to the Forks of Elkhorn Crscont View Farm to spend the Bummor i i I have returned home Cape Geo W Reock has gone to Cincinnati to attend the fourth annual convention of the International Association of Distributers which meets there next week Miss Mary and Master Paul Hite children of Mr A V Hito tho popular agent of tho L N at this place will visit relatives at Mt Vernon I id in the near future Capt Nat T Howard of Morgan town was in tho city Monday on bis way to Lexington to attend the Re publican Convention Capt Howard is tho nominee of his party for Sen ator from his district and h as no op- position Â¬ wife Mrs August Preismeyer and Mrs Geo Schultz and son of Louisville who have been guests of Mr Alex Szymanski and wife for several days Mrs T B Rodman and daughter night for Mt diorllng whore thoy will spend the summer Mr Will S Reed of Cincinnati Ohio who has been visiting relacives hero for sevoral weeks returned home Sunday Mr Bradley Weitzel of St Louis Mo is spending his vacation with his mother Mrs Jerome Weitzel at the Capital Hotel Mr J B Tomple and daughter Misd Annie have gono to Annupolis to visit her slater Mrs Com modore R L Phythian Mrs Lena Crutcher and daughter Mim Ruth of Portland were guests of Mr Luther Crutcher and family Shelby street this week Dr O F Burnam jr who has been attending the medical college in Baltimore M D is at home with his parents Judge A R Burnam and Julia left Friday LEADERS - - JUST FOR A STARTER - - I A A A A A A good bed room suit good iron bed large Mammoth Rocker cotton chain matting 15c per yard Brussells carpet 45c per yard cotton carpet at 20c per yard 1250 250 100 Go everywhere else and then come to us and we will SUCCESSOR TO RHODES BURFORD FURNITURE COMPANY Â¬ George H Stehlinj Furniture and Carpets 223 471 5i 225 Main Street ffw7WyvyWwi4yjvqwyyyvwwwwwwy7 HIGHEST 1899 GRADE LADIES COLUMBIAN i Republican State Convention BICYCLE GENTS COLUMBIAN The Republican State Convention to nominate a State ticket to bo voted for at tho November election met at the Chautauqua Pavilion in on Wednesday ut 2 Lexington oclock p in After organization tho following ticket was nominated Governor Gen W S Taylor of Butler Lieut Governor BEST 2050 - BICYCLE - BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT All we require is 100 down balanoa payablo aftor examination Wo aro the only factory in the Unitod States soiling direct to rider Wo guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarnnteo evorglven Wo givo more options than the regular dealers You cat have your ohoico of color hoight of framo or any gear desired Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing flush Joints largo spokelcts arohed fork crown drop hanger etc Writo for catalogue giving full description to day i I Â¬ John Marshall of Jefferson B Secretury of State Caleb Powers of Knox Attorney General Judge Clifton J Pratt of Hopkins Auditor Rev John S Sweeney of Bourbon Treasurer Jutlgo W It Day of COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO iprll293m HJygyi I CLEVELAND OHIO A A Jj TsrjCJfj High Bridge l aiKrAAAAAAAAAAAAbX Breathitt I I uwoko last night with severe Superintendent of Public Instrupulns In my stomache I never felt ctionJohn Burko of Campbell Â¬ Excursions NO ELBOW GREASE NEEDED m h Gut jwHIUuiii wrkr2fflbCUr Elbow Grease is a slang term denoting It Is fast falling into disuse lots of rubbing because of the almost universal us of -- nN Commissioner of Agriculture John W Throckmorton of Fayette It was the lurgest most enthusias tic and jolly convention ever held by that party In tho State G8feT Washing Powder NEW YORK BOSTON No elbow crease is needed with Gold Dust It makes house work easy a real pleasure Instead of a hated drudgery It saves your It is better and time your strongth your temper your money For r eatest economy buy our cheaper than soap for all cleaning large package The fi K Fairbank Company fM aHHLL- - CHICACO ST LOUIS Warn In all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I McCurdys drug went to Miller store and they recommended Cham berllns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Might Kill Her Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed mo all right It cerÂ¬ Maud- - Men nre such stupid creu tuees I know I nhould faint If I tainly Is tho finest thing I over used heard a man say something Id novor for stomach trouble I shall not bo heard before It in my homo hereafter for What a shook without not caro to endure tho suf Her Biwoin Friend I should for vou a proposal would be wouldnt ferings of last night ngalp for fifty it dqrllnjj-Tlt-- Blts times its price G II Wilson LIv Giving the Housekeepers Dig cry man Burgettstown Washington remedy is for sale by Mr Fussby was under tho bed Co Pa This J W Gaylo druggist puwl g and grumbling What aro you doing dear asked Mrs F ho Hnortecl Digging for gold Kodol Dyspepsia Cure The dust is n foot deon under here Digests what you cat it1 Judge and my collar button in so badly Â¬ Excursions aro runfrom Cincinnati and all points south every other Sunday to High Bridge There isnt a more beautiful placo to visit than this ontruncincr snot You cant afford to miss it Tho rate is remarkably low Ono dollar from Cincinnati uity cents from Loxlng Â¬ ton and like low rutes from other points Ask your ticket agent about It You cannot afford to miss this pleasant day on tho river Your ticket agent will glvo you rates dates und schedulos for these excur Â¬ sions An Argument Wifo earnest vl QnorDro donr II have prayed so fervently of lute for nl tullor modo gown that I feel that it would be llylng In the luce of provl dence not to go and get measured all once Brooklyn Life B I t f a iBjMLjMBiyBBjMB3MUJWtatflM UWfPPPffiS wumsmjum 4WWT aUnHBrn TV USrmiiLMITSS3SSSJSSiiSSM3 Wi W Vt W Mens blue serge suits strictly all wool fast color good quality of lining A comfortable suit for warm weather and a most desirable one to own All wool Cheviot and Cassimere suits at same price CHILDRENS SUITS Blouse and Vestee suits sizes 3 to 7 handsomely braided and xrimmed and made of elegant material A great variety of styles in suits for boys from 8 to 16 Boys knee trousers all sizes Trom 3 to 15 A large and select assortment of Childrens Wash Trousers at 25c and 50c Childrens Wash Suits at 50c and 75c Tow Linen Suits for men several styles 250 to 400 a suit 750 Â¬ IF pixjiDSonsr follows 83 J TIR to Dr Colemans Lecture K The closing lecture In the course given by the physicians of Frnnk iorttothe Economic Department of the Womans Club was delivered by Dr Coleman some weeks ago HN subject was the eye He dwelt as all the other doctors have done on the close connection of genera and special hygien pure blood and steady nerves being ns necessary to perfect eyes as to the development and functions of any other organs Gastric derange- Â¬ ments esjesially he declared a fruitful source of bad sight which should be treated by proper diet and exercise adding out of door lifts not only Improved the general health but by directing the eyes to distant objects relieves the muscular strain and materially aids in their strength and development Dr Colemans remarks on the anatomy and physiologyof the eye nnd Its most common defects or malfor- Â¬ mations would scarcely be intelli- Â¬ gible to the general reader without his clever blackboard illustration His practical suggestions and warn- Â¬ ings were valuable Eye lashes he declared under the term wild hairs were held responsible for many eye troubles of which they were entirely innocent and constantly extracted by almost any one owning u pair of tweezers though necessary not only to the appearance of the face but protection of the eye they should be preserved with the great- est care and only sacrificed In the slightest degree under the direction of a specialist The cure when be Â¬ gun in time of a disease which causes the loss of the eye lashes ho declared not difficult which with The Mimll scales little patches of ulceration form at the roots of the lashes should be carefully removed every day with warm water and soda applied with a soft brush or rag Afterthe lids have been completely cleaned a simple ointment of yellow oxides will generally complete the cure Fully recognizing the hygenlc and remedial effects of water when applied to the eyes he said that Us too frequont and unnecessary use Is some times Injurious as It may relax the To quiet Irritation or allay tisues he added that the water pain should be hot not merely warm and applied continually with a soft rag or large soft spongo for fourteen or twenty minutes at a tune in casus of mild congestion or catarrh ho recommended the addition of a little oidlnary halt or lode acid to the Cold compresses at night water after assiduous uso of the eyes In closo work he thought often pro Â¬ ductive of good results Dr Colonian especially fixed the attention of the mothers present when he said the care of iho eyes should begin in early infancy for It Is then that so many diseases make their appearanco only to end In total blindness The diseases that n fleet the eyes at this ago are usually of an inflammatory and contagious charac ter and best shunned by strict clean Hneis and the avoidance of all sources of danger Not only mothers but all with tho humanity of list sensethe- Justice or of Impair brutal Irony must bee ing or destroying a childs eyesight e of pro nr whllo educating him Ing ono for tho struggle of life whllu I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Crop Report depriving him of one of the greatest sources of happiness or self protection Reports received this month As the result of extensive Inquiry from 155 correspondents rep by competent Investigators the fol Â¬ resontmg U4 counties lowing have been conclusions WHEAT reached Dr Coleman said alter Winter wheat harvest is over pointing out the immense injury too and threshing has begun in often done to the eyes of children many of the States in the 1 Every child should have its winter wheat belt So far re- Â¬ eyes tested by tho teacher on Its first ports from threshers bear out entering school which can bo easily done by a cardboard of test letters predictions of a decreased yield When the child Is unable to read and it is safe to say total yield these at a distance of twenty feet it of winter wheat will fall short is pretty good evidence that some of ante harvest estimates In Ohio threshing develops defect of sight exists and the parents should be immediately notified and with few exceptions a light In advised to have it corrected Prof yield with quality good Donders says a near sighted eye is a Indiana the yield is falling far diseased eye and progressive near short of previous estimates and sight ominous In every case for tho the quality is generally poor future Threshing has not begun in 2d Sufficient light admitted from Michigan but former estimates the left side of the pupil should be of a poor crop will be borne out regarded as a fundamental require- with quality generally poor ment in all school house architecture Missouri crop is much below an 3d Instruction should bcimparted average in quantity and quality as far as possible by means of black- - not fully reported Kansas Â¬ Â¬ Western 82 central and southeastern 84 grasshoppers has materially affected the acreage The de- Â¬ struction wrought by these in- Â¬ sects this year is something unknown in tho history of to- Â¬ bacco growing in the State Early tobacco escaped damage but late has suffered severely many crops being set the third time A majority gave up after the second trial and planted to corn or peas By section the acreage shows for western 82 per cent of 1898 acreage and for central 86 per cent The southeastern section grows comparatively little to- Â¬ bacco TOBACCO Tho acreage of tobacco is estimated at 83 per cent of the acreageof 1898 A full acreage was planted but the damage by ftPIUM LLB Miiaitta UtQ e nlWkllklT BMU horn pln Book of particular Mnt FREE dr a m woontr co cured without Â¬ 1M Morm Prior Ht Go Carts Baby Buggies jHHHi Nice Line Low Prices i Â¬ - Â¬ 1 The condition compared with average years is 79 The con- Â¬ for past dition as of this crop is a poor one with many three years was date 189892 for acres not harvested 92 Spring wheat is from two to 1897 68 1896 Late set tobacco is suffering three weeks late with pros- Â¬ greatly for lack of moisture Very Slippery pects favorable for a full yield 1 Worms are reported plentiful Standoff A secret nnd a cook are on an average acreage very much alike Threshing in this State was in a number of counties The condition of oats has Mrs Gullem In what way well under way at close of the Standoff Women find it very hard 82 on month The yield is light as improved from and nowJuno 1st to keep either iJarlem Life promise 85 Juty 1st m previously indicated and gon to good yield per acre The a is a food medicine for the X erally speaking results are Lawn Fete baby that is thin and not w shoit of expectations A few straw is short but heads fine Avell filled well nourished and for the early crops that escaped damage length and suffered somewhat The Daughters of tho Confederacy Hemp has momer wnose mil aoes tg from fly and rust are yielding yet the con- Â¬ will give n lawn fete in the grounds iwell The quality is superior from dry weather Knot nourish the baby compared jof Mrs luo H Stuarts residence The average yield dition averages 93 aswhich is 8 corner of Washington and Wapplng It is equally good for the Ta as a rule For with average years streets on Friday evening July 21 rn boy or girl who is thin and M per acre is 82 bushels past three years tho esti- Â¬ points higher than the average commencing at 7 oclock Ices the and not well nourished g pale for the past three years Ac will be served Prices by their food also for the X mated average yield per acre The number of acres of cakesbe very reasonable was for 1898 13 bushels 1897 will anaemic or consumptive clover cut compared with 1898 12 bushels 1896 G bushels V adult that is losing flesh M A Noble Alan By sections the average yield is 87 The quality is affected and strength is for western 72 bushels by the presence of an unusual In fact for all conditions There never has been a time since central 102 southeastern 7 amount of white blossom With exception of some damage he was a citizen of this city when of wasting it is the food bushels by rain to early cut clover it Mr Jas PI Graham has not been medicine that will nourish CORN was saved in good condition ready to do eery thing in his power Z and build up the body and Tho corn crop is veiy uneven Timothy meadows are in for the best interests of his people give new life and energy in appearanco Early corn is poor condition being filled Every time we havo had an epidemic 2 when all other means fail laid by in good condition and with and or washout he has been in tho forewhite blossom Should be taken In summer as M some of it is silking and tassol other weeds front of relief and helpfulness well as winter ing Medium early corn is not Pastures are beginning to In the present emergency when It w 50c and ioo alt druggists 5 somewhat suffer from weather and beenmo necessary to take charge of 5 SCOTT DOWNE ChemUt New York 5 so promising isand is sufferÂ¬ tho condition drynow 98 as com- Â¬ and manage the persons who havo ragged ns to stand is tho small pox Mr Griham quietly ing injury from insects Chinch pared with average years 1110 any uimiiih present in a number bugs are Fruit prospects havo de Â¬ aim wiuiuiuhas assisted in iuim ujiway boards wall maps charts and orally of counties but tho damage is every work and 4th Work required to lie done at confined to cornfields adjacent clined as tho soason advanced In Improving the sanitary conditions Pears havo still a fair per cent home should be in a largo measure to fields of wheat knowledge of tho Ills There is a of fruit romaiuing Apples theory splendidpractice of med cine abandoned and considerable acreage of very havo dropped badly and tho rth A more elastic curriculum of late corn as result of failure to outlook at present is for half although not a practicing physician study is desirable for pupils with planting crop Early apples are ripe but has mndo his services Invaluable weak eyes or feeble heilth which securo a stand and the And tho moroo because ho has no will permit tho lengthening of school of abandoned tobacco fields to inferior in quality nx to grind or any motive except Cultivation was retarded life and at tho same time admit of corn Tho crop of wild blackberries that of pure philanthropy early in season but later was is small in yield and very We doubt not fiom ourknowledgo steady promotion pushed vigorously Corn is inferior in quality Oth ThcsyMem of term examina of the man that ho will be surprised now clean but tho oxcessivo tion should he abandoned entirely LUCAS MOORE and not altogether pleased when ho 7th Great caie should he exer cultivation nocessary to clear it Commissioner of Agriculturo sees this article in print as ho is cised In tho selection of text books of weeds has loft it in poor con- Â¬ naturally modest properly printed to large typo on dition to withstand tho dry This city owes him a debt of Interesting good paper woithor now prevalent except gratitude tnat it will be hard to pay in sections that havo beon re Â¬ The ad of thoLeCompto Gayle If you Imvo plloi tinti them No lieved by local showers Ills Counterpart sue gives notice that Co in this use undergoing horrible operations Tho condition averages SH a they havo tho very latest and most that imply remove tho icsultHof the I never expected discaso without disturbing tin dis loss of ono point since luno improved Kodaks and photographic nitiriylng anybody to henrof Wellup ease itself lluee your cnnlldciee in 1st Tho avorago condition on supplies for Mile As there aro any tough old bachelor lie was such a DoWltts Witch Hazel alvc It has past two years number of persons using Kodaks in Yes but tho woman ho muiriid never failed to ctno otiikhs It will this date for tho Tho this community we cdl especial at was such a tender young widow not fall to euro you Tyler V llomp woro 189890 189787 Chicago Tribune hill and Wm McKeo Uardle condition bv sections shows as tentlon to tho matter R Rogers Sons SCOTTS EMULSION j J I I J Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ rf it HJHfJt KJr L I ufctrfv wvmm i Ai mUktKXM k10LuiUWi TnliiiTrMiHBTTfif 3W itts FranKfort MWiM j Elected Secretary Col Percy Iluly of this city wns elected Secretary of tho Demo- WIUUUUL-- JLJAVlUll VU UIHI WTIIIltll Uiminltte8 on Tuesdiiy Tho head- quarters will be In this city A lwwvvjrrTyvryvrTnrr9rs Entered at tlio pnstolDce nt FnrnkfortKcntuck ns second class malliible matter Uw Prices Make Our Hot Weather Goods At Popular Prices on Wash Goods selling out rapidly under T ne slcacy buying of well posted JL Kir people who realize we are quoting 4Lr the lowest pi ices on the same qualities in town Such beautiful cool airy fabrics at from yd to 23c yd deserve attention from all careful buyers We invite inspection and comparison The largest and most complete line of Black Crepons silks for waists wash silks satin foulards ribbons and trimmings may be found at our store Call and see us is tho m M GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub JULY 15 Popular Wedding Trip FIUNKFOIIT 1890 The Small Pox Scare i i We luive carefully refrained from making mention of any of tho startling rumors that have been In circu- Â¬ lation in regard to this dread disease as we know that the medical fraternity were at outs about the mut- Â¬ ter some asserting that tho disease was army or elephant itch and Spent a Good Farm Doctoring others that it was genuine small Â¬ pox although in a very mild form Mr A N Noel of Asherville there having been no deaths and those having It being well enough to Kansas says he spent a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diargo ubout their houses and many even rhoea but got no relief and was afraid working in their gardens that he must tile He chnnced to Hut now that Dr J NMeCormaek get hold of a bottlo of Chamberlains Secretary of the State Board of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy and was by Health has pronounced it genuine It For sale permanently cured Â¬ by J W Gayle drugsmall pox we have a few words to get say Locust Qrove There has been bungling some where in handling the disease As fDELAYKD IirrTKUl instance a family living on the rail- Â¬ Mr GLMitchell is adding another road just beyond the water station room to his residence have had the disease for two weeks We are glad to see Mr Columbus A physician was called who did not Chlsm out again and Hazy know I pronouuee it small pox No order you have a lighter heart do you not was given for isolation No yellow Dear reader I hope you will ex Â¬ flair was put up The family went cuse mistakes and blunders Some About their usual duties but re of them may be as large as a moun- Â¬ tain but you know I have lots to mained on their own premises A colored man named Willis Blan learn yet If I could write to apple pie perfection like Lily of the Val- Â¬ on with a well developed case was ley ull sugar crusted and flavored to allowed for two hours to stay in the taste I wouldnt mind writing but Court House yard where hundreds rather enjoy it of people were passing about Then MissDesdemonaSudduth entertain-Â¬ lie was tauen witlt a blanUet over ed a ew of her fi lends Wednesday Among those present wus him through the streets to a place night ur James uoore selected Miss Pearl Moores school closed The City Board of Health has Wednesday and her work of five to stop the spread long months is ended Miss Pearl is done what it could of the dlease but their efforts have such u charming jnrl a pleasant not met with such cordial support as teacher ami best ot all truly con scientious in every respect We wish they should have had her sum s in every etlort to procure Now Dr MeCormack came and the fiee term in short order thinjjs were put in Bev If M Polsgrova begins at shape but not before certain oilicials Mt Zion Ids serle j of meetings the iirst Sunday in July Now every had the riot act read to them Yellow Hays were put up w here one that can have a new diess shirt over there was a suspicious case A waist hat or even a new fellow will please govern themselves accordhouse and gtouiuU some three miles inglyfrom tho city were secured and the Mis Lucy Young of Hatton who patients taken out and Dr J C has been ill for some time is lying South one of our sturdiest young very low and the end doesnt seem far physicians placed in charge The friends of theDemoeraticparty General vaccination is being en e canvass gave a iish supper on Wedne day forced by a night of last week in Bryants school and every thiuii Is moving on houe and judging from the merry smoothly crowd that left there there was more Tho disease was brought into this titan liih on their stomachs Now liK nds and neighbors dont you ounty from Shelby and Madison think that you have ti ed coutitiis and why steps weie not your Influence in milit a belter manner is and those that come lo the sune taken to prevent it months n the uuestiou which Is now asked place on Sundays to worship God would have a better feeling toward and ns yet remains unanswered vou and lathers some of your There Is no need of any tiieles heads are sprinkled with the fm t of pmic ami business can go on Just as many winters and have cons w ho uual if people will only attend to should look upon you as an example Would dis their own affairs and not try to chargedyou feel tint ayou hud you your duty as lather spread the alarm should hear them saving to Mime one as they drunk ot the poisonous Another Fake cup or wit at tho gamblers table this is the way lather always did or The riot alarm was rung from the the place he spent His life How courthouse bell on Friday night much better it would bo to hear him which called the Bradley Guards to say there is the church father always week gether with a rush 04 men answer attended during thetaking ho read his Bible earnestly its in ing to roll call structions as his guide through life Some one had again telegraphed so that when his work on cut tit was the Governor of an outbreak in Clay finished he could be welcomed to the the lest of a better world where After telegraphing count v loved ones who on earth had often operator at London as to the genuine urged him to live a Christian life tiro ness of tho telegram the Governor beckoning him home Friends we gave orders to call out six companies know not the day when the sum mons terrible it of Stato Guard Bradloy Guards would mayifcome and howbe the last be that should For- Â¬ Capt Noel Gaines of this city net of life encouraging some effort rester Guards of Pewee Valley tho that satan alone could reward us for Winchester company and the three We are required to do all we can to help each other do all tho good wo Lexington companies my friends could you the Governor can and now Instance where such Bv dillirent work point a single finally fuund that the whole thing conduit would elevate character was a fake except that a deputy even in society much less attain a aherlllhad been wounded In a row higher clime A Veterans Dauoiiitek with a man ho was trying to arrest It was pretty sulphurlous about HOW THISP the executive department when this Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any ciwo of Cuturrh that canwas discovered bo Thosoldler boys were then dls not J cured by Halls Catarrh Curo Â¬ CHENEY CO Props ToleF missed do O Wo tho undorslgned havo known F If troubled with rheumatism give J Cheney for tho lust 15 years and be Chamberlains Paid Balm a trial It lieve him perfectly honorable in all and financially will not cot you a cent If It does no business transactions obligations raado ablo to carrj out any good One application will relieve by tholrllrm cures sprains nnd West Traux Wholesale Druggists tho pain It also bruises in one third tho time required Toledo O Marvin Whole Wuldinc KInnan bv any other treatment Cuts burns sale Druggists Toledo Ohio In tho side rfiostbltcs quinsy pains Halls iatarrn uuro is taiton inter blood and cheat glandular and other swell nally actlnt directly upon thosystem and mucous surfaces of tho ings arc quickly cured by applying Prico 75a por bottlo Sold by all DrugIt Every bottlo warranted Price gists Testimonials freo Hallo Family Pills aro tho beat 25aud 60 cte Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -house-to-hous- C steamer to Is to take u D Mackinac Island Michigan If you want a delightful wedding trip where you tire not likely to meet acquaint unces take one of the D 0 new steel passenger steamers to tho Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two cent stamp for Illustrated pamphlet Address A A Schantz O P A D C Detroit Mich Summer Goods Move lW I last call I ill 1 The Hne is m Â¬ 4c Â¬ TIM 2 Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Although we still have CO quite an as- JACOB SWIGERT sortment left h at the ex tremely Â¬ HEENEYS Insurance Agents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basomoat of tbo Capital Hotel LOW which we are offering them soon toe The LeCompte ABayle Go A t - 1NC0RP0XATED a 3 South Side There U no Kodak Frankfort Co Kentucky rik Mil iA they will rrw olio paper Agents of Eastman Kodak for the sale of their 1 but the Eastman Kodak ail m IJU 1 1 j so eome now A oping E dapters Â¬ 11 if you want to get the ad- a vantage of thes e rprays jyjounts a lbums halation plates S ikonogen devel- Â¬ powders for car tridge kodaks I argatns special reduction on all summer Dress Goods A Trodak tripods t Outfits for de Â¬ er D XV ry plates tri cart Adjustable YAodak ridges film lu v ii9 Ok Gzsnr- - rm ti v vnr ui i AV ui vu miii Â¬ Â¬ Supplies July 15 2t of all YlJW ijt - fft - CATALOGUE FREE m APPLICATION LiOOl A Complete line of Ladiea and Childrens Hosiery at very low prices Give us a call RATE EXCURSION TO Â¬ e Â¬ HIGH - BRIDGE Queen Creseent Route SUNDAY BRO g No 41 d JULY 1MB Â¬ St Clair at HrJdprc I Sunday following See small i And every otheragents for full particulars bills or ask lit 1 I AHL jAWMMAKK k fc FmmUH ESSBSBII TpiflpnW rfir a ihuj mum rF jUiWWflf IT njiiujinajaui nBnummiWiHLMiiujiii miii iitniiaiuu uia O i t rl And New Line of China Call and See Them Porks of Elkhoni Mr Mllltown K FREEZERS Gurney Refrigerators Water Coolers Just 4 Opened Crops are needing mln badly in Sun Smtli brightened our villna with lifs prw ence Tueduy tins sect Ion Jnt Visiting principally the go None Miss Mary Holton Is the ruost of on tnesioK list this weeK hfr M ier Mrs In- W Alloy St MrCal Green returned home to Â¬ Cluirsirca Frankfort day after a weeks visit to her father MN esPnitle South IMtip Bowon Mr J T Moore of Shelby county - And Roticriii Moore attended the re itiilut Exei Nior Institute Monday night ht t t ami Mat lie Lee Featlieivtoii visited Mi s Willie StemliiiHii hwt week Mis cs Lizzie Miss M i iynieGallahue vHted Miss Xuura Bratton near Svltztr this weclc Mrs Ja mis II Polsurove niul daughter Viola nnd Mi- - Ida Stone of Frankfort were the giust of Mis Joe Flnltiin part of this week I Weltzol nn children nie near our village spending several w eeks Mr Albert Hnekeiisinlth nnd Mr Sandy Ilolton have been nt Stamping Ground the pa jt week delivering Mrs Qhtis I i Wheat Mis Rebecca Petty is in Law reneebuiir pendinir a week Miss HockciHiiiith spent piirt of this week with Miss Caroline - Bnak On j a- Mi i Went to the Comenilon gtawayfnm their duties on the Stat Houe si n re went to the Re publi m Slate Convention at Lex Tnrtoii Pr tty neatly every one v ho could Z I were not looking for Wake up and come again Mr Charles Samples sold n lot of hogs on the market Monday at Shelhyvllle which he had purchased a few days back realizing a nice profit Mr Garber the optician andr aeiouipanled by her brother Mr J spectacle man and his attendant Democratic State Convention Louisville B Moore Mr C W Perkins were in our coin- June 21st Wheat threshing is about over in munity Saturday and Sunday j tins section Mr Charles Samples called on his Low round ttip rates via the Messrs B Stone Bro did good best girl a few days ago Guess Crescent Route from all business with their thresher Charley means business Dont guess Queen points in Kentucky good until 24th Mr C B Am parger called on his he is buying calves this time returning Ask ticket agents for best crirl last night after his return TTn Iinl lifphnin whntrf flic mnt- further particulars He urel tiom Lexington hwiidjter Have you got the small pox W C RlNEAUsoX irood news for lie is all smiles to Come to the front and lets hear lrom General Passenger Agent day you State Grand Session I O O S and Mr J B Moore just hit the nail The Scribe and Jesse Phillips and D of S Louisville Ky July 19 on i he heid once He Jut arrived others were on u fishing tour last 1899 in Mllltown in time to ee his only weeK Call round nnd eat fish with Annual Conference Ky State from Elkchester them love Miss Union Epwoith Leagues Louisville Ky That is right Jimmie be use Â¬ 19 1899 Goebel is nv dead goner hero Ky July Session Mosaic Templars ful as well as ornamental Annual Sjniebody of the past of America Vicksburg Mls July Little Warren Green of Mllltown Strawberry time is past Gutrs 11 10 1S99 is Nltin his grandfather in Shelby Grand Lodge Meeting G U O O Ntnvt will take ice cream and other county Mr J T Moore luxuries such as peanuts and candy F and Household of Ruth Jackson Look out boy Arthur is a hustler 15 19 1899 Snrres to the TlntrnAnrim now Tonn AugustW C RlNKAHSON We all know that the little sorrell over the ground for a id torever does not et General Passenger Agent Close Observer nothing lie only takes two at u clip County Taxes A diseased stomach surely undo Mr French Lnver our miller nt mines health It dulls the brain is progressing nicely kills energy destroys the nervous Mllltown Notice is hereby given that the G o luck to you French system and predisposes to insanity State and county taxes for the year All dyspeptic 1899 are now due and payable Mr C B Arnspnrger leaves to dav and fatal diseases accompanied by his uncle Mr J B troubles are quickly cured by Kodol Please come forward and settle Moore for a visit to Shelby county Dyspepsia Cuie Jthas cured thou- promptly and save the penalty Look out boys you have only one sands of cases and is curing them Bin everyday Its ingredients are such 45 tf Shorlir Franklin County Mooie to beat that it cant help curing J E Well Close Observer you were Tyler Mr and Mrs B Ltirknmn El ton while Wo had begun silent iiltea One Minute Cough Mo writes to think the excursion had gotu n the Cuie saved tne life of our little boy best of you Why we only use sparks when nearly dead with croup J instead of tallow and that s easily E Tyler managed with u bo ows Papas Lost Boy - have looked in the glass too long Probably you saw something you UmoS Queen Crescent ROUTE rPrln BEST TRAINS Kansas Oily Montana I Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA -- I I I St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS I SLEEPERS TM DINING CHAIR GARS GARS Vi MO MO MO RUGQ TRAV PASSfl AOENT ST LOlrt HOWARD ELLIOTT QENL MQR ST LOUIS LOUIS UW WAKELEYaENLPABSnAQTST I Â¬ ac fsutek lyaL i TAKE NOTICE via NEWORLEANS In connection wltbtUfl Southern Puclllc Through Weekly D VItin LUile Early Risers bun They lend gentle ell t permanently assistance to nature causing no pains I curing or weakness permanently constipation and liver ailments J E Tyler How is this Perhaps sleepless nights caused It or grief or sick nessor perhaps it was care No matter what the cause you cannot wish to look old at thirty Gray hair Is starved hair The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force Advertised Letters ai Fiankfort Ky Bjiow will bo found a list of lottors romtinlng unclaimed for tho week ondingJuly I II 15 1899 Arnold Win rjvn Aijtrs Rison la Gates Lou Gray Margarott Woods Ohas GIllumMnry WlnieiitOif Billy Jenniagb Uobt oalling for any of these let Persons torn will ploaao say advertised SB Clay Brunle Combs iu11 Cooloy Irwin irk Erntia SM Kline Louise Martin Frank Macon Sutau OflonhemierDavid Rankiiis liable Smith J A Smith J S Smith Katio Steam W II Holmes P M Zilpah vigor VI Increases the circulation In tho scalp gives more power to the nerves supplies miss Â¬ ing elements to the hair bulbs Used according to direc- Â¬ tions gray hair begins to show color In a few days Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of early Hie returns Would you like our book on the Hair We will gladly tend it to you Dry weather Is prevailing nt pre- Â¬ sent Health moderate Not many on the sick list Among the lew is Mr W A Duncan who has been confined to his room with fuvui also Mr 1 N Wllbom who had tho misfortune to have two thorns stuck in his knee which confined him to Ills room several days but is better ut this writing Visiting istill the go Mr Clarence Arnsparger of Stonea Mill Is tho guest of relatives in this community Mrs Call Green of Stones Mill who has been the guest or Mr Writ If you do not obtain all the benefits you expected from the Vigor write the doctor about it He may be able to suggest something of value to you Address Dr J C lowcu mass Ayer ml fiSShSiyti JT A n HANSON OlA Chicago WAKELLONDa o pa Louisville Lexington Ky Aug 8 12th 1899 Low rates via Queen Ciecent Route from all points in Kentucky What Thsy Say G W Chinn daily August 8th to 12th good to return the 14th lust Ore itest show Secretary Don1 Is tho title of nn exceedingly well Lexington lias ever had nnd If that fall to attend Ample room for all printed 1ms llncly illtwtrated booklet Â¬ What might have been which excursionists ut been i sued nnd dis cough hadnt been neglected little tributed lv the Chlcimo North is the sad refiection of thousands of Western Ry dchcribinj their elec- Â¬ onsumptlves One Minute Cough tric llshtcd iiOth century trnln Tho Cure cures cough and colds J E North Western Limited It is Tyler u til quo in design nnd composition nnd Turds entertaining reading A copy will he sent to nny ad Â¬ dress Wy W A Cox 435 Vino street Cincinnati Ohio For tho speedy and permanent cure of letter salt rheum and eczema Cham Alonon Route Steamer Manltou Lorlnlns Eye nnd Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves tho itch- Â¬ ing nnd smarting almost instantly nnd To Mnckinnc Petoskey Chnrle its continued ubo effects a permanent volx Harbor Springs Bay View euro It nlso cures itch barbers itch etc The trip without nn equal safe qenld head sore nipples itching piles mid superb steamer Tickets return- Â¬ uhnpped hands chronio sore eyes and League International Meeting ing dlrrct or via Lako Huron and granulated lids -- 23d Indianapolis July 20th Detroit SIdo trips through Lake Superior Finest trains In the South Write E H Bacon Dis Â¬ Dr CadVa Condition Powders for trict Passenger Agent Louisville travel dally via the horses are the best tonio blood purifier Ky and vermifuge Price 23 cents Sold by 11 At ti meeting of the Cityaml County Hoard of Health held this morning an order was is Â¬ sued forbidding any public meeting of citizens oxcepi reg ular church meetings until lur ther notice Owners of public parks and places and all other persons nre enjoined to comply with this order under the painsand penalties of law J S McCormick Secretary of the State Board U V Williams Chairman of the City nnd County Health Board Ry Â¬ train among which aie Waukesha iY RY THURSDAY Madison Devils Like Green Lake For Los tuseles nnd in Gogeble Lake Fov Lake Like chinge The Umtcl Salso Frnnclico mltliont connevg at New Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lake Orleuisilnilj ivitli Expreo Twin lortlielaclflo Mintietoiiku White Hear Dulttth Coast ami on Tuettluy and MUurVnj t wltu the Freeiopy Ashland and Marquette LIBBTED of Hints toTouri ts hent on appli cation to W B Kniskern Geneial of theSoatbern Faolflc gtvlni special through Passenger and Ticket Agent servicetoSaniraiitlico Particular of Agents W A Co 13 Vine street Cin- ot thnICltlt and comiectMiK lines SGIUIOU Dlv Pass Agent Cincinnati 0 cinnati Ohio JNO A SCOTT ntv Pats Agent ilemphls Â¬ Summer in the North The delichtlul summer report of Wisconsin mid Michigan are reached by the Chicago it North Wi stern A Tourist Sleeping Gar Lca Ilia Cliiil miUl unit LouUiUle on I C R B fast Nov Orleans Llmlttd SiSET HEX Â¬ Horse Show Fair and Carnival Skin Diseases Epworth I u Mr J B Moore visited Lexington tho pnst week Guess he saw his beat girl wliilo ho was gone Arthur seems lo have left the mule at home unci goes In tho buggy Well thats right Arthur I wouldnt want the mule to leave me and have to walk If I was In your place Hal hnl Papas Lost Boy guess you Mr A Sando Itly from has Cocoanut Grove Flu says been nuuo an epidemic ot diarrhoea there Ho had a Bevero attack and ws ouretl ly Tour doses of Chamber- Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea He says ho also recotn- Remedy mended It to others nnd they say it Ja tho be3t meilIdu they OVOr used For sale by J W Gaylo druggist QueenCrescent Route to Cincinnati Only one change to Indianapolis Liberal return limits on tick ets via the Queen Crescent at one fare for the round trip Ask agents for particulars M C Volcanic Eruptions HINUMON 0 A OINOINNATI Aro grand but skin eruptions rob Duckliiifi Arnica Silvo cures them also Old Running nnd Fever Sores Ulcers Ui lis Felons Cornn WnrtH Cuts Bru sen Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Bst Plli cure on earth Drives out Only 25 els a box Pains nnd AcIht Sold by J W Cure giiiiriintepl Gitylo druggi t lifoofjoy JLiXMl m ffrofaj ttmMMi J WUuTOF WkOiiiti t -- t irwrr7FJwfwpw1 ffiTsFTMiltf sirr Tf rf nrP SESSQ9 7 yVWR iW7 f f TW vnnnrinminnnnnnjuuinnrurruuinnnnnnnnnnn IWr l SKI Sterling Silver and Cut Glass Make very acceptable birthday and wedding presents Such presents are easy to select from the large stock of solid silverware which we are carrying We can suit everyones purse X ti i M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler jinruinnonnxtrurnnnnn ruirmn nnnnnruuinnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn rinnjurrinnnnjTnnnnnnnnjuuirmuuiJinnn Health Bulletin is V nnnni LARGEST - STOCK - LOWEST - PRICES Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime 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 Curnes Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver- - The Board of Health reports to the citizens of Frunklln county und city has charge been established und placed in of Dr John C South who devotes his entire time to the care of the sick remaining on the premises day ofFrankfort That an Eruptive Hospital Ce- - Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash and night Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue That it is supplied with twenty fivo Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen tents and cots for fifty patients as Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose may he required to which all acute Farming Implements Guns Powder cases have been removed from the city That tho Eruptive Hospital in the county in which five patients have been treated has bpen trans ferred with all its occupants to the general hospital thereby reducing the charges to the extent of medical in the county by bulletins in the attention guards and nurses When Frankfort papers the county and city hospitals have The Board of Health havingevery been united each will pay expenses facility will as speedily as possible in proportion to cases treated stamp out the disease and call upon Thnt the i mint v hnsnitnl was dis- an citizens 10 promptly report an infected most thoroughly by burn Â¬ suspicious cases ing the building occupied which Every infected house known to was according to contract made by the Board will be thoroughly disin- Â¬ the Health Board with the owner of fected and cleansed within the next the premises twenty four hour That ail convalescent cases will be U V Williams Chn disinfected from the main hospital E E Hume when fully recovered supplied with G W Chinn mw and clean clothing and returned Board of Health home when perfectly safe to do so Narrow Escape That in the city or county all new occurring in the future will bo cises Mr Edward W Hines of this without delay or exception trans city was a passenger on board the ferred to tho hospital steamship Portia which was sunk That a quarantine camp is being on Monday last on Big Fish Shoals nrrranged where all suspects will be N S We are glad to report that transferred and detained until it be our esteemed friend escaped without injury although it was u close can determined they are affected or not He was on his way to Newfoundland ill cases developing tho disease to spend the hot weather placed in the hospital for treatment De Lunalico or If not affected will be disinfected and returned home Pornpey Taylor colored who was That all churches and other public sent to the Almshouse some months gatherings be requested to cease and ago was tried on a writ de lunalico all schools be ordered to closo until iuquifendo before Judgo J Dan further notice and that all excur- Moore ou Wednesday and sent to the Eastern Lunatic Asylum sions picnics festivals or basket meetings of churches or Sunday The Louisville Southern has Just schools be ordered discontinued Issued a handsome Summer Folder pages giving description That a general and compulsory of about complete information about cuts and vaccination of the city is being rig the summer resorts in the south by that line Copies of this idly enforced and the Board most reached folder will bo mailed free to any ad earnestly requests and urges the dress by Wm II Tayloe Asst Gen Pass Agent 21G Fourth Avenuo necessity of a general vaccination by Louisville Ky oery physician of the county upon his legulnr families asstnnll pox has Comment of a Friend bicii epidemic in the State at some Bobblers wedding was tho culprint for two years mination of a romance Ho met his At tho hospital competent nurses wife on a train He did Whv doesnt ho sue tho and guards are supplied tho best of Indlnnapolh Journal company patients is guaranteed care of tho Wo have fold many different and tho nifcty of the adjacent coun Â¬ none lias given try is usiiired by tho strictest disci couch remedies but than Chnmbei better satisfaction pline and constant watchfulness of Iains says Mr Charles flolzhuuer druggist Newark N J It Is per the guard will be enforced fectly salo and can bo relied upon in The public will be daily Informed nil cases ot coughs coins or noarso ness Sold by J W Gaylo druggist of the condition of tho hospital and 1ML A OOI iXjiI3NrS ST CLAIR STREET IS IT RIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines Cl It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has tho right to publicly recommend uny of the various proprietary medicines which flood the market yet as a preventive of suffering we feel it a duty tQsayn good word for Chamberlains Colic cholera and Dlarrhoe Remedy We have known and used this medicine in our family for twenty years and have nlwnvs found It relluhle In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician is awaited We do not believe in depending implicitly on any medicine for n cure but we do believe that if a hottle of Chamber Â¬ lains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suffering might be avoided and In very many cases the presence of a physician would not be required At least this has been our experience during the past twelve years For sale by J V Gayle druggist N Â¬ From Sylvan Volley News Brevard GROCERIES -- m wA-ptT LIU E 4I V f LOWEST PRICES A1- I Kodol Cure eat food Â¬ - - The Miss Mag Exam property on Murray street Apply to L F 35 tf Johnson Mr and Mrs B Dyspepsia II For Rent Cheap H i h I w Bt iW WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankor Kentuckj Â¬ Will practice In th Also Heal Estate Axent Courts of Krankllti and tun nitoiiilng counties and wlllnlao give special attention to the pur etiase and Kale of real estate collection of rents claims and ttienetiotlatlou of liuiuu It artificially digests tho Nature in strengthening structing the exhausted digestive or- E Tyler gans It is tho latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in Dyspepsia stantly relieves and permanently cures Kodol Digests what you eat Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SickHeadacheGaBtralglaCrampsand all other resultsof imperf ectdlgestion Â¬ Digests what you One Minute Couch Mo writes little and aids Curu saved the life of ourcroup boywhen nearly dead with J and recon- Â¬ LackampElstont Cure Prepared by EC DeWItt A Co Chicago J E TYLEH Frazer Axle Grtase PliTHEOLDRFiliDlf ft Â¬ Â¬ Dr Cadys Condltron Iomlcrn ar First Class SteamboatService wJ what h horso needo when in bu oiulitiou Tonic blood purifier nm They are not food bu cimrifugo Between Detroit and Cleveland and uudicine and tho best in uso to put a Toledo Detroit and Mackinac D Price 2B C floatiiiif sleel palace steamers arc horoo in prime condition cents per packago now running daily between Derolt and Cleveland Two trips per week For sale by J W Gayle and between Toledo Detroit and Mack inac Island Regular service will Gayle Co LeCompte commence June 17th Spend vour Wall Paper 2 Â¬ Â¬ 30000 bolts of wall papor at low prices Remington and Crawford M A Collins bicycles 81 vacation on the Great Lakes Send cents for illustrated pamphlet Address A A Schantz G P A D C Line Detroit Mich For 1 WSBSBfmm fum RentStore Room Not affected by Heat or Cold The irgo aUyo room in Masonic Highest Awards at Centennial Temple ono of the host In thocJt Paris and Worlds Fair CO Is offored for rent Apply to Cait Manufactured LUBRICATOR Factories Chclauo St Louli New York Gun shot wounds and powder B O Milam or Bon T Farmer l tl burns cuts bruises sprains wounds My tf ivy poisoning quickly healed by DoWltts Witch Hazel Salve Pns itlvely prevents blood poisoning Beware of counterfeits DoWltts BA1B nn1 SUU1 E Tyor H from rusty nails Insect stings and Â¬ J j Y m cant euro dyspopsla by diet- Â¬ ing Eat iroori wholeomo food nnd plenty of it Kodol Dyspepsia Curo digests food without aid from tho stomach and is miulo to curo J E Tyler Tolophono 17 Try tho Capital Stenm Luiu dry for a olenn shirt or collar 10 tf i AjAjti j A I ii wf Aimkv JkajteAAHfciik JkAikilfalliJi 4 uJ jLjAb W aawjMBi JUNE CLEARANCE SALE EYERATHING MARKED DOWN lot price Trsnbli Orffandiss mow 30c 35c Organdies now 25c 6 button Swede reduced from 200 Mpsquetaire gloves at 75c 1 lot Wash Chamois 2 clasp gloves at 58c reduced from 85c Xiiwns From 4c yd up 5c Dimities now 10c 20c Dimities now 27 c Dimities now 20c i 1 Kid Gloves We place them on sale at 5 6 8 10 12 j4 and 15c per yard best values ever offered for this India Xiinsns 75 pieces just received I2c 45c Organdies yards at exceptionally low prices You can not get along without a White Pique Skirt Wool Drsss Goods All of our colored wool dress goods at cost Â¬ Fiquss and Suoks We offer 1200 38c for sailors worth 50c 65c for sailors worth 100 100 for sailors worth 175 XiROSS and Insertions 200 pieces on sale at 20c doz yds and up Sailors vsl 1 75c Shixt Waists 100 colored waists 100 Hats at half former prices illinery All Trimmed Bonnets and parasol Big cut in fancy parasols Parasols 50 colored waists 100 for an all silk white P i JOHNSON Sll MATRIMONIAL HOGE The Most For - w Announcement Is made of the Hpproachiwr marriage of Mr Bon H Blanton general bookkeeper of the Geo T Stag Co o Miss Mnttie Held of Versailles Ky which will take place in that city Wednesday next July 10 Mr Blanton is a popular and clever young man and his many friends are congratulating him In advance Miss Reid Is a pretty and accom Â¬ plished young lady Owing to recent bereavement only members of the immediate families will be present Blanton Rbib Crutch eu Coke At the resi dence of the brides father in Louis- Â¬ Br S v ville on Wednesday Mr Bon Todd Cruteher of this office and Miss LenaAV Coke daughter of Mr J Dallas Coke formerly of this city were married by Rev MrBrandon of ho Main Street Methodist Church The happy young folks came to the new home which the groom hud DEATHS built and furnished for his bride at Hoge Station this county on the On Saturday N train that after Â¬ 435 p m L Richardson in noon and at once went to housekeep- this city Mrs Richardson wife of Mr John Richardson of spinal ing Mr Cruteher Is an Industrious and meningitis aged about 45 years capable young man steady and reiHrnvHIeT liable Miss Coke Is a pretty girl and was very popular here before the Mr W T Shy of family moved to Louisville several is quite ill with heart the Old Crow trouble years since Mr G S Byrns is visiting his sis- Hearty congratulations are ex till Ill J i in Vllltn miuiuuiX tended by their legion of friend Mrs Susie Fogg and son R J re- Â¬ Willis Evans A quiet but pret turned to their Home in Lexington iy wedding took place at the home Monday Mr and Mrs W W Darnell came jf the brides father on East Main home street on Monday afternoon when they Friday from Louisville wiieie MInj Ruby Evans was united in ding attended the Lee Hardin wed Â¬ marriage to Mr J B Willis of MrsArthur Thomas and children Jollett III of Chicago are visiting her sister Only the immediate friends and Mrs a W Goin Mrs G W Wilson has been quite sicK for several days but is better IT IS BREAKFAST TIME I Â¬ Â¬ If you suffer from tenderness or fullness on the right side pains under shoulder blade constipation bilious Â¬ ness sick headache and feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver Is torpid and congested DeWltts Little Early Risers will cure you promptly BIRTHS pleasantly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing Chapman In this city on Friday the bile ducts to open and flow naturally They pills night July 7 to Mr Walter G Tyler Hemphill ake good McKte and Win Chapman and wife a son weight Hardie 10 pounds Keutuckians let There relatives of the family and bride were present when promptly at 6 oclock the Rev M B Adams en tered the parlor followed by the bride and groom Chosing beautiful and Impressive language Mr Adams pronounced the words that made them one forever The bride was lovely In white or- Â¬ gandie and carried a boquet of pink roses while the groom was happy and handsome in the conventional black After tho ceremony con- Â¬ gratulations being extended the friends dispersed each wishing Mr and Mrs Willis much happiness and a long and prosperous life The happy couple left that evening for Jollett 111 where they will make their future home us highly recommended and we are looking forward to a good meeting Mr Sam Johnson of Louisville is spending the summer with his sister Mrs Maggie Stewart Mr Johnson is in very bad health We hope a visit at his old home among friends and loved ones will restore hlin to his usual health MrS W Goin went to Lexing ton to attend tne Republican Con Samej ventlou Chtslan Church Sunday July Oth Elder J Murray Taylor of Vevay Ind Is assisting the pastor Elder G W Nutter Bro Taylor came to mmmmmm8mmm Your Money fies us in this claim That is always our endeavor to give the public better values for the same price thari can be had elsewhere Our line of Oxfords this spring fully justi-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Any toe from corn to the fash all kid or vestirvr rnnc Hrl nr t Vuwa iIM V patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine - For this price we can sell you an oxford made of soft fine kid solid leather throughout with a wide corn toe Datent leather tip One of the best bargains in our store r brag line of low cut shoes Qt4k 100 CA - tt S IftWWa tollable bull dor turn soles Among the officers of the new reg imonts being recruited for service in the Philippines four Keutuckians have been appointed viz Major Bell who is now in tho Regular Army Capt Wm E Cabell late of the Second Kentucky Volunteers First Lieutenant Logan Feland late of the Third Kentucky Volunteers Second Lieutenant John Watson Lindsey late of tho First Kentucky Volunteers Lieutenant Lindsey Is a nephew of Gen Ban W Lindsey of this city I sVLrrJ ttLisssai The famous Queen Quality Ox fords in tan and patent leather voting tops and the newest styles The best shoes ftO S CfcO made for the price Laird Schober Cos fine Ox fords These need no intro- Â¬ duction as they are the finest ladies Oxfords made All the up to date styles and toes either patent leather or kid tips 4 ft MW Wi Our Ladies Sailors at 100 are tsT B aLM nLrn Leaders - DIKK 20 YtAHS 250000 IN OHIO The Leading Specialists of America Dont want any Bf tt plaint taken eight bottles of the Oolden Medl- cal Dlscoverv and mutt an formed from a walking shadow as ray friends called me to perfect health I value your remedies very highly and take pleasure In recommending them to any and all who suffer as I did Pour mouths ago I did not think to be in shape to assist our Uncle Samuel in case of Hostilities but thanks to you I am now ready for the Dous Keep your bowels open Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets will do it without griping All medicine dealers and in Â¬ uen jonnson sufficient nourishment lung nerve iurs liver and blood troubles It contains no Mrs Sallio Mitchell and children alcohol to inebriate or create craving for returned to their home in Frankfort stimulants An honest dealer wont Sunday altera short visit to Mrs offer you an inferior substitute for a Charles Ruby little extra profit Misses Su9lo Mon holliuid and Sallio In a letter received from A D Weller Esq of Pensacola Escambia Co Fla Box 514 he Bransom who iutvu been tno guests states I have lnce receiving your diagnosis of Miss Ann Williams for several of ray case as stomach trouble and liver com Mrs Georgia A Wllllums and daughter Mrs Cullie Thompson of Lexington are visiting Mrs W Price Johnson M lstjes Ethlyn and Anna Johnson are nome iroin a visit to mends in Fayette county Mr Hedrick returned from Mid- way Tuesday where she was called to attend tho funeral of her little niece but its so Rev J Q Partee went to Harri- Theres just one remedy that will put vim in you by giving you clean bowels son county to till his regular an healthy stomach a lively liver and point Saturday and Sunduy lie will blood that is rich and red and dont stag remain all tho week with his congre Â¬ nate It is Dr Pierces Golden Medical gation discovery It puts an appetite Mr Wilkes Stewart and family in your stomach a move to nave moveu oacK to tneir Homo your bowels life in your liver We aro glad to from Yarnallton anu uie siuu mat builds have them back agaiu bone flesh and nerve in your blood It will Mr Henry Wright and daughter make you sleep Miss Clara of Farmdale were the at night wake trusts ot Mr John C Qulro from in the mornSaturday until Monday ing eat your meals and work Mr W R Owens and wife of with a zest It Winchester aro spending tho week cures all dis with tho lattera parents Mr and eases resulting from improper work Leave me alone There you are limp as a rag lying in bed when theres good cold casu waning lor you Xi down - town -But your head is heavy Vour eyelids are lead Vmtr tntim testes bad And you dont care Its liver liver liver And stomach ftomach stomach Vou dont know It Its time to go to now fi CUP Son mmmmmmmmmmm mmm 8t 212 H K CQcGlarre St Ciulr Street Frankfort Ky WECURE EMISSIONS NotUnr can bo rnntn riamnmtllm in youcg or middle aged men than tenres- euoo oi ineso nignur loiter Ther MVUUn WMAUDH of disgust and awn They unfit a man social lappInoM No inattrr whether caused by evil habits in youth Datural weakness or sexual excesses our It VW Mthfsl VMHtniMt hllt l cure you Just Wbat You Want I Daughters of ConfeJeracy Tf rfS aiw 1 -- Â¬ iwr amuses may nsvo woaicenea you Exposure may bar diseased you Ynn r not safe till cured Our New Method wm euro you x oa run no rlii J NOCURErNOPAY Header vnutiAAit hftln l I I I Vrtn 4m n1 w uli uw iF i nervous Irritable and ex Â¬ You become forgetful morose and despondent blotches and pimples supken eyes wrinkled face stooping form anil downcast countenanco reveal we Diigm ot your existence apanaf 7jru citable 2500 00 CURED j Xounir Sinn No mutter hntr Burin -uruuw long vaiip WE CURE VARICOCELE a maw mo Â¬ cure their sexual organs reecho nroner nourish inent 1 ho organs becomo vitalised all unnatural drains or loics cease and raanhr powera roturn Ho temporary NO CUHR NO PAY NO OlKHA TION NEOKPSAUY NO UKTKN HON F110M 11USINESS new tWfltAl9rilreniient euro assured CURES GUARANTEED UUNSOiiTATIONu FHKE HOOKS WllHK flllAimi MODERATE If unable to call write for a QUKSTION ULANK for llOME TllhATilENT We treat and cure SYPHILIS OLKET KMIBHIONS IMlOXKNOY STlUotf miK VAHICOOELE SEMll NAIj LOSSES ULADDEU AND KID- - days have returned to their homes in Franklin county A Young Peoples Society was or g nlzud at the Baptist Church Satur day night with twenty two uctlvo mombeis This Is a good work and wo hope to see all of tho young peo I lo engaged in it Protracted mooting began at tho kx uneaten Â¬ Kennedys Kergan 122 aaBj Bfj DX2IS W FOURTH ST O fc CINCINNATI tZSJtBJLLXMAHXaaAaB rarjBfTBfWTVTjavTBfriQBTi - dwelling and out buildings in good repair unci well wttereclon Main Klkhorn opposito Sted Call nt premises for information umnvllle WMOIIUUCH JunelO lm For he pa9t six months we have Tho Joseph H Lewis Chapter been selling The Red Clrelo Pill a Daughters of the Confederacy will preparation orlKinateu ny an old ana givonLawn Feto Friday evening successful Kentucky physician and used by him for sixty years In the July 21st at the resldoneoof Mrs treatment of all liver kidney and John H Stuart Refresh meat 25 stomach troubles Tho Red Circle cents Public cordially invited Pill has not been advertised in Mrs W D Aldridoe Frankfort Our sales however have been phenominal and in every in- Â¬ President U D C stance tho remedy has Riven satisfac Â¬ tion If you are suffering from dys Â¬ pepsia Indigestion constipation bil- Â¬ iousness jaundlco palpitation ver- Â¬ The Nebraska Colorado Express tigo or with an old fashioned head Â¬ ache If a femalo from painful or in- New Train RUfllclent orexcesslvo menstruation or from any trouble arising from a dis arranged or torpid liver tho Red From Juno 4th tho Burlington Circle Pill Is warranted to relievo Route puts Into service for the far you or wo are directed to refund you west a now fast dally afternoon train your money Try a box at 25 cents rom St Louis for Denver leavhiu you will never t Louis at 20- - p m arriving nt Once In your family bo without them w McKeo Har p wAl 9n0 enroute Di- Â¬ 35 tf die J W Gayle rect via StJosoph PIntch lighted equipment vestlbuletl sleepers and tho Burlingtons famous chair cars seats freo Editor Roundabout Travelers arriving in St Louis in You aro authorized to Announce tho morning have sovoral hours ston mo as a candidate for Jailer to fill overprlvllego tho unoxplred term of J W Alloy This is tho middle way subject to any regular way to tho Pacific Coast the scenic deceased 1- or details action of tho IJomocratlc party ask your tickot agent or 86 2m W T Sacka L W Wakkiky Qenl Passr Agt St Louis Mo W M Siiaav Farm For Sale Div Passr Agt 101 Vino Street Farm contalnliiEubout 1201 one hundred nml Cincinnati Ohio twenty iioroa in u good state ot cultivation Â¬ Â¬ nSt - Howard General Manager St Louis Mo Elliott iiZl i ialJiJiLth EmMBtamkmBSBBKIami Um ti tjL bAi BUttaWraTIsVMHHSi hit rmr TFjiqera qtiTiwjfrffF nramran tSjg Gf n s- - Shoes One lot and black One lot and black rflKKBMH n suits 175 and 250 Boys linen suits 100 to 200 Childs navy suit coat long pants and cap - Mens linen childs slippers tan sizes 5 to S 50c childs slippers tan sizes 84 to o4 yii lot Misses slippi rs tan 1 t in C IEr i i H- - Mens all wool suits 5 were 7 and 750 Large lot of boys wash pants sizes 3 to 8 only ioc 90c and black 100 Not a pair in either lot that is not worth double the monev AH ournarrow toe Oxfords in ladies sizes i100 and They sold from 125 1 t2 41 1 -- fJPa K M M i i 2 od to 350 vinrtiM D C CRUTCHER llllMM wWMiBimw P CRUTCHER CO FRAJNKFORT KY Huntington W Va y2 Hats Trunks in two does not mean I e cO pm MMajpBaa t U Furnishings We have just received a new lot pf summer shirts in bosoms Madras and silk prices that will surprise you and knock the wind out of our competitors 65c 50c 75c and 100 Good balbriggan underwear at oc suit Good yz hose tan and black ioc Extra y2 hose tan and black 2 pair 25c Workingshirts 25c and 40c City Council the straw hat but the price of it That is what we have done for a r 1 M VI jieat many lines in our straw hat department cut them half in two Dozens mens boys and and dozens of trm Blsmarks Iron Nerve childrens linen hats and caps only 25c Trunks bags and tele- Â¬ scopes to suit all tastes and purses Summer Lake Tours Tuesday July Â¬ The Mayor and bers were present except Coun cilmon Gritty and Stewart The minutes of the Inst meet ing were rend and approved X hiiiIK The L C railroads vero rden d to run to this eitv no exenr ion ti- - i until further notice The 13 idge Com nil lee were Â¬ 11 1S99 till the mem- instruct il tu have new ilooi placed belucen the street car rails on the St Clnr street bridge J The Billepmnt water ordi Â¬ nance was given it second read Â¬ ing and im iigiVt The ifiiuaneo fur putting hrhic treot on Second street from Bridge to Fowler street failed of parage a second time i iy one vote There win eonsidmable business tit niiuor importance given attoTitiui and the Council after allowing the accounts adjourned Â¬ down The mecca of Americas resort has been proclaimed by nil exper ienced touri ls to he Northern Mich igan The climate throughout midsummer compares with Kentuckys I est October day- - the hotel accom modations appeal to the nioit fas tidious and adnrd an apartment to ult the pure of any the scenery is beyond compare in hath land and water scape ami amu eineuts abound iiiLivit variety including werlens sport for the ingier The Motion Route from Louisville to Chicago in connection with the superb steel sienna r Manitoa from Chicago to Mackinac Petoskey Hay View Charlevoix and a host ol other reports pre ents a novelty In transportation and makes the outing completely periect The expense of this trip is no greater than all rail Further ptrticulars will he furnished on request by E II Bacon District Pas eager Agent Motion Route Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and lie niendous eneriry aienot omul vh Stomach Liver Kidnevs and Jow elsareout of older If you wan thee qualities nod tlie success ley bring use Dr Kl a New Life Pill They develop every power of bra n and body Only 2n at JWGayles urug store The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OP i The Encyclopedia Bsitannica The Pilot knows just how to steer a vessel to bring it safely through the shoals and out into the open Just so the Encyclopaedia Briiannica 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 havesucceededand 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 house gives the place an intellectual tone A library of thousands or volumes does not offer such an oppor- tunity for successful home study and development as this master- Â¬ piece of literature There is no more instructive reading on earth than that contained in its 30 volumes To a life whose current runs toward the future this great work is indispensable Just now you can secure the VZZk 5US0UTfiERr Xo I I IX KENTUCKY fechctlule In etTccc June 11 1811 Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar BASTHODNn XQUlhVllle SUclbyvlllo Versailles Lexington Larencebt l0itn arm ioicar1 imMn No o 7 Mam lUara WCm lWi i I ft v R4pm lMVtc 7131ro No 5 No 3 4i mm ir WJT8THOUNU Lv Lexlns ton Av VcnaUlcs Notice Ar Larcncubc Ar Sbelbyvlllc Ar Loul vlllo 11 -- pm Mum JMiim f -- nr Utiisi 880am in 013am CMpra 1040UII1 7ypii hi 111 7ajim A IA i-- The Voisng Violinist Mr Gioi iiO Sniilli the violinist will ho in Frtinkort lor two week a LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Any advanced Indents on violin from him for that niav M cure tlmeit me iinllnr per leoti in ml FURNISHED IIYQLOVLK U DURRHTT Mr Smith veil ho prepara t vanei jnimlory livelier tu Mr Marion the LOUISVILLK TOBACCO WARKI10USIJ m vlollrI tt nt the College great Hi SaloH on our luarkot for tlio week 01 jUihic rincinnail u next jiiir Thin h rare chance for student of just closnd amount to 15C0 lihde with ilin Adilrem all nrdcrrf to rocoipta lor tno eamo period of 1708 the Me Rh hard Moiri Friiukfoit Ky hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 865 10 hhds Sales Jft at ot tuecrop or 18B8 on our market to this dato amount to D68S2 hhds Minister Killed Wo have had a very aotivo and satisfactory market this week prices Rn Dr 1 T Bnnow pimtm f being ratlior Htroagor on till grdden the BiitiHt Church a Elizihethtown of hurloy with a quotable advanco was killed by an Ij N railroad on the red filler grades Holllng from train on Monduv sis lie was tolnu 8 to lu Sales of tho bott6r grades to the depot at Olcialale to go to his of leaf wore made during tho week at Dr Harrow was formerly prices ranging from 512 to 10 home Tho following quotations faliJj pastor of a church at Owenshoro and represent our maritoi for hurley tois well liked and remembeied here bacco 1SQ8 crop where he conducted a meeting- soma Trash dark or lama pe o QOdh 4 tobacco three yearn ago while Dr Taylor Common Oolory trash 6 504 r 50 7 00 was pastor of the First Baptist Medium to good colore 7 oOfTij 10 00 trash Church Oommoii lugs not color v 7 00 0 00 B 00oi 10 60 Common Oolory lugs Poor Fallow Medium to good oolon lugs 10 O0Si 13 00 I have been married three Oonimon to medium leaflO OOfa 14 00 Hewitt times Medium to good loaf 14 00 10 00 Jowitt You look as if you had Good to flno loaf 10 OOCo 18 00 been n great suderor N Y World Soloctor wrappery 18 Q5l 20 00 J WChTUOLMJk We urge all citizens to send dona- - EARTHOCSO 13 NO No igiNoH STATIOXS liotwof clean old clothing sheets No JixJiuniJTTuam lViouIrvII Ar 7r2pm towels and pillow ca es to the Clty 030pm lOWain Lv LBrncbrirAr MCpm 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