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WffP pf ryT IX The VOL Fmkfort A WEEKLY PAPER Roundabout TERMS EO A LEWIS Publiahor DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY IFor the Roundabout And Yet And 100 In Advance NO 47 XXII R FRANKFORT KY Franklin Esq Officers of the Democratic Primary Election for Jailer August II 1899 JULY 22 1891 Death of Walter ft n iM 5 Y w RJ E in if IT ThoFiuI event which heads this article occurred nt his homo in this Below wo give tho offlclul list of city on Weflnes dny night last at the ollleers appointed to conduct the 820 oclock after a protracted Illness Democratic primary election for Mr Franklin was the eon of tho Jailer of this county which will bo late Mr Massloli Franklin and was held on Friday August 11th 8horiff born and raised In this city being Cedar Run James Cnrdwell at the time of his death in the 7th Bob Rending Judgoj Chap Thomas year of his age Judge N B White Clerk Bridgeport John 8andorB Jr Sheriff When a young man ho was ap- pointed Deputy Clerk of the Frank Â¬ Wm Jackson Judge Eddie Kirk Judge lin Circuit Court by the late Philip Dick Julian Clerk Win Ilnwkins Uttorbnokn Bhop Swlgert Esq with whom lie served Judge Wm 15 years and ufterwards succeeded Sheriff Geo W Johnson Â¬ Fierce Judge John Burk Clerk him as Clerk servinp In that capac Benson John Phillips Sheriff A J ity for 35 years resigning In January Judge H 1803 on account of III health having Hulett Judgo Willie Moore A Hulett Clerk rounded out exactly 50 years In the Biiloys Mill John Wntklns Shorlff office It was the unanimous opin- Â¬ Klloy Browor Marlon WnltH Judgo ion of all tho Circuit Judges under Judgo Robert Snook Clerk whom he served und tho lawyers Bald Knob E Q Leo Sheriff John with whom he was thrown that he Shields Judge Henry Rogers Judgo was one of the most careful pains Rodgers Clerk taking and accurate clerks who ever Ouit Crcok Birdlo Harrod Sheriff Flat filled tho position J H Moore Judge Doo Harrod Judge From the time he left the office his James MoDonald Clerk health steadily failed most of the Harvleland Shorlff Bob Mortln time being confined to the house Claude Duvall Judgo Lewis Mitchell until the end came as peacefully as Judge Roo Shields Clerk a child going to sleep R Bwullowflcld John Long Sheriff In early manhood he was married O Hlcatt Judgo Joo Gibson Judgo A to Miss Agnts Biaw ner daughter of D Calvert Clerk Milton Wigglnton Sheriff the late Eobt A Braw ner Ef q by Elmvillo children three of Jess Riddle Judgo CnBh Long Judge whom ho had whom Messrs R li and Walter R Walter Wigglnton Clerk Franklin and Mrs James N Miles i Peaks Mill Houston Long Sheriff together with his devoted wife sur- - Chas Gregory Judgo E Plerco Judgo John Poindexter Clerk vlve him Mr Franklin was a Free Mason of Bloomington Noah Bell Sheriff Major high standing having served as Hawkins Judgo Fount Hn den Judgo Master of Hiram Lodge No 4 of Amc Manford Clerk this city for twenty years Ho was j Thorn Hill J W Jones Sheriff Jas peculiarly bright In the work and his Clay MoDonald Judgo A W Loitch lectures delivered in the lodge room Judge Bob Lowls Clerk Frank Leo Jones Sheriff Switzer were as clear and lucid as the day Jones Judgo Will Gatowood Judgo Bob He was also a member of the Clerk Methodist Church and tho funeral Ellis Folks Elkhorn B B Jeffers Sheriff which were private vere services Viokors Judge Lewis Cox Judgo conducted by Rev T F Taliaferro W G Crutchor Clerk on Tuesday afternoon from the Crutchers Sehool Houso Harry Shaw family residence on Steele street Sheriff Rod Wash Crutchor Judgo R South Side after which the remains1 A Trumbo Judgo Sodo Collins Clerk were laid to rest in the family lot in Bellopolnt Ed Stanton Sheriff Oscar our cemetery Halo Judgo F L Guthrio Judge MoKco Farewell brother your work was Hardio Clerk done on thetqunre It has been tried Gas Houso John T Waters Sheriff by tho Master and you have entered Frank Hutchison Judge Willird Winters Judge Buck ONan Clerk Jnto the rest eternal I i Y- et- In rhotorlc and grammar versed In composltl n oft ichenrscd In Hebrew Greek and Lntln Dutch In stylo and art and finished touch Ho bad no equal in tho schools But know tho eclenco and tho rules Whereby to judgo tho right and wrong Of Sonnet or an Epic song Ill write n poem now ho cried To bo tho wonder and tho prido Of all tho world by rule and lino Ill model It and eoentwlno The flowers of truo oloquoncu That man shall pauso in awed sus pense To still tho boating of his heart Before such beauty and such art Be Behold tho critics bawled hold The glint and glitter of puro gold Such workmanship was never known Such loftiness and Classic tone And many thousands heard the cry And read the lines with wistful oye But whispered thus when chanco thoy met Such lofty tonel and yot and yet And near him plodded one unknown To culture and tho gilded throno Of Classic Art whoso days wero spent In simple ways without the bent Of books and creeds but nature Â¬ nnrinrnrnrjnnnracnrnnDKncnrxnGanannnnrnnDRnnDrnnnripcanr 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passed from hand to hand aa Office Head of Clinton Street ca ua around nBrGnnncnnarnnnnnrnanrnEaEncnrnearincnnnnacanaracnna And each remembered what was read IUUL kUL iJLUUJUUJUiJViJVMUmiUkJUJUUUUUUUUUUUUIJUUUllLU And passed them on and many said How simple and how truo it is I could myself have written this iMflSOrilC But once again tne Unties cried Unto the world but to deride Such lowly stuff thoy boldly wrote Is childishness to read and quote Thoy tried to still applause in vain But peoplo read and read again And ovon they could not forget Twas lowly stuff and yefr and yet Ills heart with lovo of her and UJ an A Dudley Blanton Temple Hardware STACC Another Old Citizen Dies at 1030 On Monday morning o clock Mr Edward Hensley died at his residence on Ann street this city after a protracted illness aged about several years as State Librarian and 6Jyean In early life Mr Hensley served V PV M side as well as tho consensus of among tho better classes of Tho woman who Is lovely In face opinion temper will always have our citizens form and friends but one who would be at Even If the disease bo not smnll tractive must keep her health If pox as they contend the safer courso sho U weak sickly and all run clown to pursue is to tako no chances and she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble thus to prevent any further spread of her impuro blood will cause pimples tho disease If It should be determined and a that It Is small pox blotches skin eruption wretched comploxlon Electric Bit Dr McCormack tho Secretary of ters is tho best medicine In tho world to regulate stomach liver and kid the State Board of Health is posi neys and to purify the blood It tive in his assertion that the disease Klves strong nerves bright eyes is small pox even though it may bo smooth velvety skin rich complox Â¬ in a mild form lie is an expert in lon It will mnke a good looking charming woman of a run down in- such matters and is well qualified valid Only 6u cents at J W Gayles from his cxpeiicnce to judge of tho drug store matter Some assert that tho wholo thing is Daisies a scheme of tho doctors to replenish their pocket books Wo do not and Those pencils which our hustling believe that theso gentlemen young friend Col A Dudley Ulan- - cinnot The Kind You Have Always Bought who are hlghtoncd and honorable Betii tha ton has been distributing to his would willingly lend themselves to Signature customers are Just daisies of any such scheme especially as they thing and Company mustalwaysdo know that such a effect Henry Koehler Benson had Its retroactive has And then again tho Injury which Lumbor Doalora of Loulsvlllo Ky Uiir Hill has hnd n big aceidont Invito correspondence with mill men it has dono to business would render Old Moll tuts fallen Into a dry pond who havo lumbor for f ale Thoy buy any such thing a hideous wrong to and committed suicide hy drowning Poplar and Hardwoods In mixed our business community that would Writo them Sho was threo yeais old when tho oars Dry or Groon not soon be condoned X 31 0m civil war begun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ clerk in theJAucUtors office going cut when Auditor Norman retired Hehad been engagjd in tho in- Â¬ surance business also for forty years or more Owing to ill health ho had bsen foiced to retire from active business pursuits for two years or more He was ujjmember of a large intelligent and Jcultivated family of whom only one member is loft Tarrant of Mrs Frederick W Toronto Canada He was a pollbhed gentleman of tho highest social order Ho leaves a wife and three chil Â¬ dren Rev Alex C Hensley of Veisdlles Mr C E Colahan of Washington ilCity and Dr Alfred Hensley of this city to mourn Ids death Tho funeral services took place on and tho remains wero Tuesday deposited in our cemetery Sincorc sympathy Is extended to tho bisrefh later in life for many years was a Gaines Stable Ed Callahan Sheriff Llewellyn Gaines Judgo Alouzo Wallace Judge Mike Mengher Clerk Markot Houso Sam Stone Sheriff C E Noonnn Judge Tumor Wlnklor Judge A L Coleman Clerk Court Houso Newt Dalton Sheriff Judge Dnn MoEUigott Wm Hoyden Judgo Gcorgo Snlender Clerk Geo Zola Buokloy Sheriff Bridge Brawncr Judge John D Griffin Judgo Leo Buckloy Clerk Voglers L F Johnson Sheriff Bco Williams Judgo Ben Morrison Judge Qua Thomas Clerk No Right to Ugliness Matches Superior the best 12000 for 50c Plume Fruit Jars Masons quarts OAIBTOHIA 34c TJZUjf5SK per dozen and Knives A money Razors refunded guarantee Wo regret very much to tho to Beautiful Hammocks screen spirit manifested by some obstruct tho Health Board in their wire stamping out the small work and enforcing sanitary regulations Lawn Mowers size IS inch tho viows any Whatever may to the advisability tho citizen 225 course of action taken it their blade for Nom D Bears the Tha Kind You Have Always Bought BACOfC Sustain The Law see peoplo of pox In be as of of is duty to submit to tho requirements as tho officers have the law on their are agoats for S O Johnsons Hard wood Floors and floor preparation and will cheerfully make estimates Wr Mill Stagg 8c Bacon iiw wwr w p M im DYSPEPSIA CURED AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS of American Dyspepsia Tablets A Safe Sure and Permanent ure for Djp psia Indigestion Catarrh the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart Burn and Constipation Read All the following reason for using STOXIXA uLffitex I H II other remedies clnlmini to core ludtBostion and dvsnenain contain PKVSIN in one of its forms und ia long as PEPSIN Is supplied to n weak or even honlthy Btomnch In the Blmpu of rocdioiue nature will cease to mnko it and the DYSPEPSIO DOSC and of course never bo oared of his will not be nble to do without his trouble X stomaoh thnt uill promptly digest food must mnko its own PEPSIN and not rely upon mediciue for this most important ngont Ainerionu DyspopMn Tablets contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIO ngontB but nro composed of four old aiid well known vegetable remedies which in corabl- nation will soon effoot a cure by restoring tho stomach to Its normal condition no ALMANAC We furnish no book on the BTOMAOUand its DISEASES no prize for tho LARGEST number of wappers but will send a trial box to any address tree ot cooi AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are put up In COo packages and are to behndnt J W Gayloa and V II AverllPs or by addressing THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO LOUISVILLE KY i VxrV 4 tJJLd vi TTIimJi li Iti VW 17TOWT I WwwJrlffWvTn liPJuW MVW Nil1 tfl iyuiyyviiMi U 4Nik MftMMittuM2itt2MMAwM We Are More Than Pleased 88 rKirrz 5f ft d rf Â¬ 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 mW WJ JWJE 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 as W Â¬ 1 SR I WEITZEL PERSONAL Â¬ ODONNELL A FEW 1 fm Mrs Helen McOluro and daughters Blanton Reld wedding at Versailles on weunesuuy Misses Julia and Mattie aro visiting and Rov Edward Bull attended tho her parents Dr E H Black Miss Lutio Ware is visiting lelatives Blanton Roid wedding in Versailles wife in Stamping Ground in Paris on Wednesday Mrs Kain of Loulsvillo who has Mrs John Tinsloy wont to Paris on Mrs of Mra W II Culton and son returned been the guest Mrs her sisters Thursday M Sullivan in Sower Monday from a visit to relatives in P 0 city hasand roturned home this Mrs Sam J Shackelford is a guest Eastern Kentucky at Estill Springs B Franklin and wife and Mr Robt Mr Geo A Lewis and Mr Ohas Mr H O Murray roturned from the Botts made a business trip to Emi Miss Myra Winrd who were at Estill Springs wore cilled homo by tho west on Wednesday nence on Monday doath of Mr al or Franklin Miss Minnie Oox is visiting friends Mrs Cornelia Bush has returned Miss Christine Bradley and Messrs in Knoxville Tenu from a visit to her son Mr Sam W W Lontrmoor and Garrard Rod A Mr Nat Stone jr of Versailles was Bush in Louisville man are attending a house party town Thursday in Mr I Davis and sons Maurice and given by Mr and Miss Pierco at Miss Maude Harrod is the guest of Adolph have returned from a trip to Glenn Springs near Maysville French Lick Springs j friends in Luwrenceburg Col W B Jenkins has been Gpn W S Taylor Republican ordered to chock up tho distilleries U S Senator W J Deboo was a i candidato for Governor left for in Jessamine county belonging to the visitor hero on Tuesday Kv Distilleries and Warehouse Co Louisville Wednesday Mr Jas H Settle of Owen county left for that county on Saturday Mr Fred Johnson of the L N and commend him to the good people We was in the city Wednesday was at homo to visit his parents as a first class gentlemun and all Miss Daisy Cox was the guest of Saturday and Sunday clever fellow round Mrs J W Rodman this week Mrs Handy Borryman and daugh canvassing W Mr is the guest of ter are visiting her sister Mrs Sum city E tho Carey is the Signsthe Miss Bessie Hardin cf interest of in Miss Jefferson in Lexington Leavy in Scott county tne Times oi uauiana uai a paper Mr Willie Merchant of Louisville Mrs D 0 Hardin and son Master published in the interest of the is visiting relatives in this city Hord have returned from a visit to thorough separation of church and A State It is a well edited and printed Mrs J S Collins has gone to relatives in Bardstown magazine and is well worth the Mrs Sam 0 Sayres and daughter subscription price 1 per annum Lawrenceburg to visit relatives St Louis Mo Mrs Jas F Meek Miss Willie Crockett of Shelbyville are visitors in this of Mr John J 0 Watson of LouisGo everywhere else and then come to us and we will city is the guest of Miss Mattie Scott tho city this week and ville was Dr Howard Dehoney of Philadel Â¬ made us ain ttxanaca pleasant call He is a son Miss Pauline Hardin State Libra phia Penn visited his father Mayor of Rear Admiral John OWatson and Ian is visiting at Estill Springs W S Dehoney this week after graduating at tho Law School Mr Grant L Roberts made a busMrs J G Hatehitt of Scott county of Center Oollegehaslocated at Louisyesterday iness trip to Louisville has taken rooms with Mrs Sam ville The many frionds of his FURNITURE TO RH0DES BURF0RO COMPANY SUCCESSOR childhood and his fathers friends Misses Bernice and Mary Scottow hiee o uii tVuppiug street wish him great success are visiting friends in Shelby county Miss Mary Gray is one of a houso By a note received on Thursday Miss Corino Mays of Pleasurevillo partv clven by Georgetown Peak at wo learn that Miss Margaret A Miss Stella -L 0 Wallaco and her home near is the guest of Mr Lewis arrived safely at Los Angeles wife Mrs J U Mastin and daughter Cal on Thursday of last week hav Â¬ visiting Mrs H A M ing spent three days at tho Grand MIsb Mary Keith Miles has returned Miss Mario arj Furniture and Carpets 223 471 225 Main Street Ohio Canyon Col where the heat was so from a visit to relatives at Dayton Henderson at Delhi prosOhio Mrs Clay H Hatchett of New intense that she was almost town the guest of her mother trated She will remain until Sep Mrs Lottie Walcutt is visiting her Mrs ws Pepper tember with her brother Mr Will A RP this week sister Mrs J W Smith at St Paul Lewis who is In business In Los Minn Mr George A Lewis is in Southern Angeles Kentuoky tnis week in the interest of Master Aloxander T Lewis visited frionds in Woodford county this the Kentucky Law Reporter 51 Prohibition Convention Mr Walter R Franklin of Louisweek was called here by tho death of Mr Albert H McOlure has returned ville The Prohibitionists of Ken- Â¬ from a business trip to eastern Ken his father Mr Walter Franklin tucky Mrs Dr J B Haddan and children tucky will meet in mass conven- Â¬ Chicago to join her tion nt Louisville Aug 1st and 2d LADIES GENTS Miss Bonnie Hockensmtth has ro have gone to Is turned home after spending a year in h mbaiid who located there Hon to nominate a State ticket COLUMBIAN COLUMBIAN Mrs Howard Gaines and children Texas are visiting her uncle Mr John S Siimuel Dickie Albion Michigan Miss LonaDixonKentuoky Avenue Wlthrow in Woodford county chairman of tho National Pro- Â¬ West Side is visiting frionds in LexExecutive Committee Mrs W G Worrall has gone ti hibition ington Now York City to join her husband wil be present Reduced rates ou Mm Perd Jacobs and children have where they will reside in fiiture i gone to Cincinnati Ohio to visit all the railroads have been se Â¬ Oapt Asa Walker and wife left cured on the certificate plan The relatives Monday for Boston Mass Tho Cap Â¬ Mies Janie Dohonoy has returned tain will report for duty in the Navy Willnrd Hotel will be headquarters All vro require is 100 down bnlanoo payoblo after examination i in Wo are the only factory in tho United States aching direct to rider from a visit to Miss Jennie Quinn Armstrong and children aud convention will be held in Mrs Ed We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal gnarantco ovor given Georgetown of Butler Ky who havo beon visit Music Hull A banquet will be Wo givo more options than the regular dealers You can havo your Mrs M L Campbell is visiting the ing friends hero havo loturnod homo Ife i choice of color height of framo or any genr Job i rod held nt tho Willard Tuesday even family of Hon Martin MoMahon at Our bioyolce hnvu nil the littest improvements large tubing flush joints Rev Win Crowe jr who has been ing Dayton Ohio large spokelcts arched fork orown drop hanger etc i Rov Wm vlsitli g his parents Write for eataloguo giving full description to day Miss Mamie VanWinklo of Homer Crowe sr and wife in Richmond Ind Is visiting her brother Mr W has returned homo Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky i H VanWinkle Tho houso party to bo be givon by Below will bo found a list of loiters i Miss Margaret Reading is the guest Misses Hattio and Emmie Scott this unclaimed i of her grandmother Mrs Venable in week has been abandoned on account remaininc 22 1890 for tho week ending July April 29 am Shelby county pt of the small pox scare Armstrong Maud Rice W D Mr W S Farmer of Farmdale Ross H E Mr Eugono Craig U S S orekeoper Butts Jno 3 was in the city on Tuesday and at the Hermitage OiBtillery visitea Bohannon Hor-- Smith Willie 2 called upon us Smith I T trude I nwoko last night with severe his parents Judgo B Craig and wife High Bridge Excursions Blackorhy 0 L Scott J H pains in my stomache I never felt Mrs Kate Pattou attonded the in versaillts oa Sunday Davis Magglo Thomas Low so badly In nil my life When I Excursions aro run from Cincinnati Qunor Boll Twyman I W came down to work this morning I n nd nil points south every other Hamon uortruuo Wiley Lula M Iagsigg Frank Wilson It II felt so weak I could hardly work I Sunday to tlligh Bridge Thero Williams Augus went to Miller it McCurdya drug Isnt a more beautiful place to visit Lelbort F W JfjlrV tino Morris Noblo thnn this entrancing spot You storeand they recommended Cham cant ntford to miss it Tho rate is Yancy Robert McAfee Ed A little woman can do a big lot of cleaning Pearson Honry with little effort with Gold Dust It lightens berlins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remarkably low Ono dollar from the labor of cleaning more than half and Porsons calling for any of these lot jllemedy It worked like magic and Cincinnati fifty cents from Lexing Â¬ J -saves both time and money tors wlllploaso say advertised like low rates from other one dose fixed mo all right It cor ton and Ask your ticket agent about S B Holmes P M pulnts ttilnly is the finest thing I over used It You cannot afford to miss this for stomach trouble I shall not bo pleasant day on tho river Your Up Slcps without It In my homo hereafter for ticket agent will give you rates Â¬ dates I should not care to endure the suf sions aud schedules for theso excurBy a note in tho Shelby dentinal wo see that Mr Geo L Willis for ferings of last night again for fifty Tho Louisville Southern has just merly nn honored nows gatherer times its prlco G II Wilson Llv after having sunk down to lie n erymim Burgettstown Washington issued a hilndsoine Summer Folder is a bringer of brightness comfort and of about 40 pages health to every housewife who uses it common lawner f has been selected bv Co -Pa This remedy is for salo by cuts and complete giving description t information about Jw uayio uruggiat the summer resorts in tho south hard and rubbing hard with soap in the ojd fashloned way Gold tho burns temporary City Judgo of reached by that lino Copies of this Shelbyville during tho absence of Dust inaxes nam cleaning easy folder will bo mailed freo to any ad For greatest economy buy our large package Th8 Kind You Have Always Bought tho regular Judge Dear the dress by Win II Tavloe Asst Gonl Heres jooKiir nt yer THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY Proa Agent 210 Fourth Avonuo Hold them scales Jovel BOSTON NBW YORK Louisville Ky CIIICAQO ST LOUIS LEADERS - JUST FOR STARTER I I i Â¬ A A A A A good bed room suit good iron bed 1250 250 100 yard large Mammoth Rocker cotton chain matting 15c per Brusselfs carpet 45c per cotton carpet at 20c per l 1 3 r yardj yardj 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ h George L Stehlin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ryyyywgryvHyyiyasn HIGHEST 1899 GRADE Â¬ BICYCLE Â¬ Â¬ BEST - BICYCLE 2050 - BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT Â¬ COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO CLEVELAND OHIO JAiSAAXXAJIIAJKJiJrAJBJAffiQ CREATES HAPPINESS j KiMks0z j Washing Powder rn Â¬ - w J 4 J - I OASPoiaiA IJPJWT Mjpj vammazM a i WrTrvrWy1wfrwirw9Kv r inftififfii fflf -i i y p T- fr 3 1 W siQwniraimuos CPI 5U W July Born 184 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 trimmed and made of elegant material A great variety of styles in suits for boys from 8 to 16 Boys knee trousers all sizes from 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 350 to 400 a suit Â¬ IF Horse Department PSIXJIDSOlSr Plot Foiled S3 Say We All AUGOST 8 9 Â¬ 10 11 and 12 1899 JR PURSES Speaking of tombstone literature we have some In our own cemetery which reads a little queer On one of the stones which murks a grave not so very old is the following Died 187 September Mav He Rest in Peace From Hid Wife Some Sweet Day For harness saddle and combined horses the premiums offered by tho Lexington Horse Show Fair iind Carnival nirgregatenn enormous sum averaging as they do 100 or more for each different class given There are numerous classes provided in each divNion and no man need leave his horse at home as every ago and sex has been provided for August 8 to VI Is the date of the fair and all railroads will sell reduced rates j f Will there ever come n time when the city authorities will prohibit the tearing up of the sidewalks at the ends of the St Clair street bridge at the beginning of bad weather to be left in an almost impassible condi- Â¬ tion all winter or then being ob- Â¬ structed with unsightly rubbish in the early spring to remain so until late in the fall Or will they ever be wise enough to prohibit a contractor from tearing up a street before he lias the material on the ground to reconstruct it and not do a little here go off and leave it until ho does a little there and in the end have everything torn up ho touches Oh if there Is such a glorious day in store for ls good Lord let it come soonl Oh let it come soon Dont Forget 1 GRANDMA HAD CONSUMPTION and I am afraid I have in- Â¬ herited it I do not feel well I have a cough my lungs are sore am losing flesh What shall I do Your doctor says take care of Mules yourself and take plain cod -- liver oil but you cant take it Only the strong healthy person can At the Lexington Horso Show take it and they cant take it Fair and Carnival August 1 to 12 long It is do rich it upsets the the management has not forgotten to provide for that most useful animal stomach But you can take Nino desperate men who had been sent to tho penitentiary for long terms or for life had plotted to mur der the guards and escape from the shoe factory on Monday at noon A short time before the hour for the revolt Col Eph Lillard Warden of the Prison who had been fore warned of the plot called tho ring leaders out one by one informed them of the discovery of the plot disarmed them of all knives bludg Â¬ eons c concealed upon their per Â¬ sons and had them locked in separ ate dungeons There are some 200 men employed in tho shoo shop which is outside AND GIVEN AWAY IN the walls and is surrounded by a plan would if suc Â¬ stockade nnd the cessful have libeiated all these men FOR LIVE STOCK after killing the five guards nnd the employes of the i hoe company These plots are arranged periodi- Â¬ cally but generally fail because some Dlviog Elks Diving Horses High Bioyclo Dive 5 Guidclcs onders 5 Backing Elks 5 Diving Elks Tho Worlds Fnir Midway Rivalled with all tho of the gang gtt lattlcd and give the objcctiunnblo features eliminated For catalogues premium scheme away in tho nick of time lists entry blanks nnd all Information address Leiiqgloi Hon snow Fan Â¬ raiipa Biggest Thing Ever Inaugurated in the South 25000 PREMIUMS E EXCURSION Secretary RATES ON ALL RAILROADS July 22 td The Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 8 to 12 Is the most liberal organization the Stale has ever seen in its premiums for beef cattle Sixteen class a are pro vided for and over 1000 given away to tho Shorthorn breed This is an average of nearly S100 to each class and the classes provided permit all ages and both sexes to compete Â¬ Another Instance A youth employed by Mr J N Camden who lives within two miles of Versailles was driving a team with a loadpf hay and concluded ho wanted to smoke Ho accordingly lighted a match and touched off his cigarette The stump of the match fell among tho hay and tho wholo load was burned up tho horses ran away tho wagon was broken to pieces tho horses ruined and the clguretto fiend had a close call for his life Dairy Cattle Tho dairy cattle show at the Lex- Â¬ ington Horso Show Fair and Carnival is open to the Jersey Holstein Frelslan Ayreshlre and Guernsey and tho big premiums offered prom ise such competition as was never The b3foro seen in Kentucky classes tako in every ago from heifer under ono year old and up and includes as well premiums for herds besides tho get of ono bull and pro Â¬ duce of one cow They are catal ogued for exhibition tho third and fourth days August 10 and 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Infants and Children Ttie Kind You Have Always Bought v CASTOR I A Caffic SIgnatoro of Will ike 7 stole seven backs of wheat which cured at home with out pain Book of par to learn Wo regret exceedingly had Just been threshed out that day ticulars sent FREE B WOOL LEY The thieves were bold enough to that Mrs Kate Clark wife of Mr WATOI 4liiUa U4 OLD DR 1MMNoru Pryor CO cc 8t wagon to Lexington and Vernon L Clark of Phoenix Ariz carry it in a Â¬ committed sulcido by shooting her sell it self on Thursday at tho homo of her FRANKFORT BUSINESS COLLEGE AND More Kentnckians Appointed NORMAL INSTITUTE brother-in-lain Clark county THIRD AUMI sFSimv nwus FIRST Mrs Clark was well known and MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER Ailliitonr A rtlinrfl HIinrtilnvThircl loved hero whero she camo as a NOItM AL DEPT BUSINESS DEPT v w v Mathematics Language Owenton Pair lveiuucKy volunteers ami uiuui bride when her husband was gen Baok keeplniTypewrit Inc bclence English nnd Hhorthund Wm O Reed First Kentucky Vol eral manager of tho Kentucky Mid Â¬ Telegraphy nnd general preparatory for Civil Service exumlnntlon commerclul work Tho good peoplo of Owen county unteers have been appointed Captain land Railway Her health had been Deserving students assisted to positions Cull on C McKEE Principal or address Will have- their annual fair at Owon and First Lieutenant respectively in poor for a long time and her mind ItejIiltMicn corner Logan nud Campbell streets July 22 tSl ton tills year commencing Wednes ono of tho new repiments now In had become- unbalanced d ly Beptomber 27 and continuing process of organization to go to the Sincere sympathy is extended her STRAY NOTICE u till S tardny September 30 inclus Philippines young husband in his bereavment ive This will be an old fashioned Two More Kentucky Captains Lob Anoklis Cal One day tills week it DAY MAIIE sway backed fair and a thoroughly tnjoyablo oc f Tulv 13 18 nie unknown camo to my stable on Wilkinson street tlie old W J Chlnn stiible and Is now caslon For particulars write to Editor JtowuUdiout Frankfort Ky Two more Kentuckinns have been field as n stray Tho owner can buve her by Sam F Bourne Esq Secretary a out uurueiegauonieacneu mado happy Llout M B Wllholt proving property nnd pailnuchnw MCDANIEL diau NI hero safely without mishap of any July il lKKMt Owonton kind Tho Association is having a of NIcholasvlllo Fourth Kentucky great meeting I was mado a mem- - Volunteers and Capt Jas L Rurch From a Womans Standpoint CURED with Tegttabla uer oi mo iNomiimuug uuiiimmt fleld of Madisonvllle Third Ken Â¬ Kemedies Have cured and elected Director for tho next tucky Volunteers have been ap Â¬ many thousand caaea Miss Oushlev What aro the most year All well cnneu nopeiess n tea In tho now regi aayj at least two thlrdu of all Rymptoms removImportant periods in a womans life pointed Captains Bespectrutiy ed TottmonlaU and TEH DATS treatment free When sho Is Uroad head Aunt DK U GREEKS SONS Box K Atlanta Qa MuIIlINllY BHOAD3 ments now being raised married and when she isnt Puck there is very little doubt about dered was not dono by all your recovery roads long ago There are hypophosphites in it We regret to lenrn that Mrs Mary The Kingfisher Club they give strength and tone up the Watkins widow of tho late Leo nervous system while the cod liver Watkins Esq of tills city was oil feeds and nourishes stricken with paralysis at the home On Monday week July 31 Messrs 50c and 100 oil druggists of her sister Mrs B T Qulnn in Geo L Payne Frank Cannon and SCOTT BOWN2 Chemlrtj Hew Yoik Being a Frank G Stagg members of the Georgetown last week very largo woman it renders her King Fisher Club and four Initiates Racing condition peculiaily pitiable as it Jack W Milam Jim Stone Sid and Noblo Lindsoy will Running trotting pacing and will be so hard to movo her about as Bedford hie themselves away to tho lake mule races are slated as part ot the ought to bo dono But little hope is to enjoy their annual fishing gigantic exhibition at tho Lexington expressed of any improvement in her shore spree Horso Show Fair and Carnival condition owing to her age Two numbers of the Club from August 8 to 12 Thero mc nino races Stole tlis Wheat this city Messrs Sam Smith and for trotteis and pacers and Beven or Dock Furr weie compelled to forego tho flyers besides a novelty in tho By an artldo in tho Georgetown the trip shape of a mulo race Two or more gang a gloriHeies wishing limes we learn that thieves broke ous time anyway tho races will bo contested each day and into tho barn of Mr Clay II Ilatchitt the purses range from 200 lo 300 Sad Suicide at Newtown on Saturday night and No use undergoing horrible operations that simply remove tho results of tho disease without disturbing tho dis ease itself Place your confidence In DoWitts Witch llaznl alve It has never failed to euro others it will not fall to cure you Tyler Hemp- Â¬ hill and Wm McKeo Ilardie Â¬ If you will take plenty air and exercise and SCOTTS EMULSION steadily digested of fresh It is very palatable and easily EMULSION SCOTTS the mule They will bo exhibited As it Should be on tho first day and tho pruinium Cincinnati Bail- takeis will be well repaid for making The Frankfort tho exhibit Get a catalogue from way has had water trough put in E W Shanklin Lexington Ky their stock pens for tho comfort of and read the host of good things in stock consigned to that road for ship- Â¬ all departments ment This is just as it should be and is a thing we have often won Paralyzed tho rail Â¬ I m iGo Carts til i Baby Buggies LjsJ5jX jj s5 Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers Â¬ Sons If you have piles cure them 1PIUM and Habits Â¬ Â¬ w i Â¬ 11 1 DROPSY 11 Â¬ V t A anagBMaroa w fiie FranRtort pwr FWW pt y vrngw unmm Editor and Pub Entered nt ttio postoflloj nt Frnnkfort Kentucky us socond cluaa mailable matter to give this oxplnrmtlon to do away with tho Impression nindo by the Times correspondent which lead to tlie belief that they wcro not brave enough to do their duty A Low Prf cesl Make Our Hot Weatehr Qoods At popular prices last call on Wash Goods is selling out rapidly under the steady buying of well posted people who realize we are quoting the lowest prices on the same qualities in town Such beau- Â¬ tiful cool airy fabrics at from yd to 23c yd deserve at- Â¬ tention from all careful buyers We invite inspection and comparison largest and most complete line of Black The Crepons silks for waists wash silks satin foulards ribbons and trimmings may be found at our store Call and see us is the Popular Wedding Trip GEO A LEWIS FIUNKFOItT JULY 22 I89f Populist State Convention Will meet In this city on Thursday of next week July i7th 11 is ex pected thnt there will be a lurRO del egation present and that a full ticket for Stato oftleers will bo put Into tho Held Â¬ Â¬ C steamer to Is to take a D Mackinac Island Mlchlgnn If you want adellghtful wedding trip whero you are not likely to meet acquaint ances take one of the D 0 new steel passenger steamers to the Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet Address A A Schantz G P A D C Detroit Mich Â¬ Â¬ Summer Goods Move This The line 4c j The old anarchist Is as happy as big June bug now that he bits so a far recovered from that little circus performance of his down at the lock and says that ho Is going to have tho nicest Convention and tho brat ticket in the field If all the Pops wcro as clover as he is it would bo a grand party indeed There Need Be No Alarm Thanks We wish to assure our friends in the country and elsewhere that there need be no uneasiness or alarm so as to prevent their coming to this city to transact business The small pox or what ever it was has not affected any considerable portion of the city and tho cases generally nro confined to the humbler walks of life Â¬ Want Overcoats u Mr A N Noel of Asherville Kansas says he spent a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diar rhoea but got no relief and was afraid that he must die Ho chanced to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Alas and Alack edy and was permanently cured by it For sale ly J W Gayle drug- Â¬ What is fame An idle bubble gist that floats for a few short hours in Delightful Change the air and then pooh and It Is goneJ Here wo have been pushing On Sunday afternoon between our pencil for years sousing our five and six oclock heavy bauks of fingers in the paste pot and using our clouds rolled up in tho sky from all Isiors with the idea that we our quarters and a splendid rain fell for wn self were the editor of the some three hours followed later on oundabout when along comes in the night by several heavy show rotherJolm 0 Wood of the Mt ers which effectually broke the Sterling Gazette and snuffs us out drouth which had begun to assume and Installs our Jobworkman as editor serious proportions The whole in our stead Well such is that night remained cloudy and overcast glittering bubble fame What are and Monday morning was tho same we here for any way way thus giving the rain u chanco Mind Lena Coke of Louisville was to soak in and relieve the parched married at the residence of the bride Wednesday to Mi Todd Crutcher fields aud gardens Mr Crutcher is the editor of the If troubled with rheumatism give Frankfort Uoitxdaiiout anu is a popular and genial iciitleiiiai His Chamberlains Paid Balm a trial It ride Is the sinter of ilrs M u JUe- - will not cost you a cent if it does no Kluney and Mrs It I Settles of this good One application will relieve city where she has been a frequent visitor She is an attractive young the pain It also cures sprains and woman and bus many friends who bruises in one third the time required join us in bestwNhes by any other treatment Cuts burn- rfjostbites qulnsyvpalns in the side Expensive and chest glandular and other swell- Â¬ ings are quickly cured by applying We regret to learn that Dr John it Every bottle warranted Price H McKee who lives near Spring 2duid 50 cts Station was so unfortunate one day last week as to have about fifty acres Postponed of hay burned up Tho doctor was smoking a cigarette and carelessly Owing to the orders of the Board threw It down and went to another of Health requesting all public as part of the field The deadly little semblies picnics c to bo dispensed instrument ignited the dry hay and with the lawn fete to bo given by the result was as above A rather ex- Â¬ Joseph fl Lewis Chapter Daugh pensive smoke ters of tho Confederacy was post Â¬ poned indefinitely I Â¬ Â¬ By a dispatch from San Francisco we learn that the Oregon Volunteers who have just returned from Manila have been crying for overcoats stat- Â¬ ing that they wero suffering from the cold Well If tho boys had just stepped down into old Kentucky last week we think they would have been sat- Â¬ isfied to go in their shirt bleeves a few minutes at least Some kind friend has sent us a copy of the Special Coal Edition of Tho Bee published at Earlington Ky which gives exhaustive and Interesting accounts of the various coal fields In Kentucky unda gen eral resume of the different mines now in operation There is a special B ly good article from tho pen of our friend Col C J Norwood lato Inspector of Mines for Kentucky The peculiar facilities which ho en joyed for obtaining information and his ready and ornate style render the article one of great value and plcasuie to those who take an Interest in such mutters The whole paper is full of informa- Â¬ tion that will well repay any one and is a fine exhibit of the vast ex tent aud resources of the west Kentucky coal fields Send to the Bee Publishing Co at Earlington for a copy tho cost is only 25 cents and it is well worth tho money Â¬ Dry Goods Emporium Although we still have quite an as The LeCompte sortment left at the extremely Â¬ Â¬ HEENEYS 311 Broadway Gayle Co INCORPORATED LOW South Side -- Frankfort GrZEOSTTS OIF1 Kentucky Spent a Qood Farm Doctoring EASTMAN KODAK CO For Sale of Their which we are g offering them Sikonogen devel Â¬ 03 I 1 they will I soon he dapters for car tridge kodaks olio paper HHrays I VV Q1tkV jQ n M0lnts Albums 5 halation plates a Wyodak tripods utfits for veloping ry plates de- Â¬ i GONE if you want so come now Â¬ ifk to get the ad vantage o f ft Htnsrnhlp rr pod A odak heads cartthese film Bargains special reduction on all summer Dress Goods A s Wyfctf upplies kinds K - rirkrpc v vmw r Vr JP TM-r-JEK- Sy miJw VS - - JV -- of all ViJ r SL S s - -- II 1 f it - I S I KJj - S zf S JJ t A There is no Kodak but the Eastman Kodak 1 Catalogue free Oil application Â¬ Â¬ High BridgE CAMP MEETING Unjust These Frogs The correspondent of tho Louis- Â¬ ville Times In writing in regard to the small pox in this city was a little hit off In regard to tho attempt to move Mr Thos Griffys child to tho hospital and docs injustice to tho police officers It appears that when the officers went to tho houso to take the child to the hospital Gri fly refused to allow it to be done and defied the officers Ho would luivo been arrested at once but for tho fact that his wifo Inuljiist been confined and was in a dangerous condition and the ofllcers wero too humane to ralso any dis turbance while she was in that shape which would undoubtedly have re sulted seriously for her This was Bhown to bo tho case when after tho crisis had passed ha was taken and his child with him out to the hospital Wo deem it but Just to our ofllcers Â¬ Early risers on Monday morning found tho streets near the custom Â¬ house covered with little frogs about tho size of tho end of a mans little finger HOWS THISP Wo ofTop Ono Hundred Dollurs Re ward for any ciiso of Catarrh that can Â¬ not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHKNlSY CO Props Tole- Â¬ do O Wo tho undorslgned havo known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be llovo him perfectly honorablo in all buHlncaS transactions uud financially ablo to can- out any obligations nindo by their firm West ic Traux Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Marvin Wliole Waldlng Klnnan eulo Druggists Toledo Ohio Hulls Catarrh Cure la taken Intor nally auting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho systom Price 75o per bottle Sold bytvll Drug- Â¬ - July 21 30 1899 A Complote lino of LOW RATES DAILY LtidioH Hosiery at very low prices Qivo us a call und Childrens Queen Crescent Route Special Sunday Excursions smnll bills or nsk agents for full particulars A Cincinnati J W G Kinearson G L A BHO No gists Hulls Family Pills aro tho bout Testimonials free fa jjaaaaa ULSmjIL Jrh UL 41 St Clnlr at Hrltlpo a caj iiii Soo r tiUHi Lliiji ijUl2Lji mmamji JW irvr ttt WF Ty IF YOU w N8 IN T JL JLmd JLJ JL i K M h - Of any China for your table we think the line we have in our show window will please you The prices are very reasonable too We also have those three piece stew pans that are so convenient for cooking on gas gasoline or oil stoves JOHN ft Simple Remedy BIRTHS BUCKL FY City Council Postmasters B Holmes recelvtd the following letter SB If I 4 on Thursday day to Mr which explains itself The remedy wife a daughter Helen Gould is simple enough for every one to U6e Cant Lick Em and it can do no harm even If it does no good Under the new ruling of the Com- Â¬ Lenoiia Kas July 17 18119 missioner of Internal Revenue Postmaster Frunlrfort Ky Having seen an account of your Nicol Arch Overton Gene Hoge town having small pox our city hav Â¬ and Henry Llndsey are deprived of ing a siege of mime disease it is a very bad thing to deal with We the privilege of licking revenue had 25 cases here lost both our doc- - stamps for the customers of their torn Now if you will tell every banks who forget it Oh my What body to take one tahlespoonlul of next pure elder vinegar no more will take it This is a sure cure If you Buy a Distillery will take the vinegar you may nurse any case of it Be sure and try it Messrs Ferdinand Westhelmer and tell every one you see Mas Bell Main Sons of St Joseph Mo and Clncln nati Ohio have purchased the Old Judge Distillery No 11 near this Tl tit llBlll city and will enlarge the capacity very considerably before the next season commences Steps Down and Out Leduidok At Lagrange on Tues Â¬ Ohas M Ledridge tind fae OASTORIii Of 2LtfM Had a called meeting Tuesday night to talk matters over and to systemetize the issuing of orders for supplies and caring for the smull pox patients The ac- Â¬ counts which had boon culled for wore referred back to the merchants and they were or- Â¬ dered to get them properly sign Â¬ ed and present them to the Citv Olerk Mr James H Graham who is the Assistant to the Health Board was given charge of the expenditures and all orders will have to come from him in the future to make them good Ho will confer with tho Finance Committee of tho Council at all times in relation to these ex- Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO 4Iiiisurance 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of tb 9 Capital Hotel of Elkhorn penditures Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoanut Grove Fla says there has been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea there He had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamber- Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says he ulso recom mended it to others and they say it is the best medicine they over used For sale by J W Gayle druggist Summer Lake Tours Promoted f Fi Ar Gen Rui sell A Alger Secretary of War has tendered his resignation to the President It has been accepted to take etfect August 1st There has been a systematic at Â¬ tempt to bring about this result for several months Gen Alger is a candidate to suc- Â¬ ceed Senator McMillan In the US Senate from Michigan He will bo free now to give his whole time to Capt Chas D Clay U S A who still carries a Philippine bullit in his shoulder received in a battle near Manilla has been appointed a brevet Major for gallantry in action He expects to have the bullet which is giving him considerable pain extracted this object li ii illy Etn Â¬ V Hs Jf t flPC0B Evepf Depressed And is it not due to nervous exhaustion Things always look so much brighter when we How can are in good health you have courage when suffer- Â¬ ing with headache nervous prostration and great physical weakness Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits By removing the How cause By taking Htl t - kr H v Wf l A I ft If K 7 V Yi i ii M 17 M If It gives activity to all parts that carry away useless and poisonous materials from your It removes the cause of body your suffering because it re- Â¬ moves all impurities from your Send for our book on blood Nervousness To keep In good health you must have perfect action of the bowels Ayers Pills cure con- Â¬ stipation and biliousness WrHa Perhaps you would llks to eoninlt om eminent phytlclani about your condition Then write ui freely all the particular In your cue You will ie- eivo a prompt reply without coit Addreti Oil J 0 AVBIt LoireU Mm to mvr Ooeier small pox hospital It was a liberal tidious and afford an assortment to thing for them to do and they deÂ¬ suit the purse of any the scenery is serve duo praise Next beyond compare in both hind and water scape and amusements abound An Excellent Pioce of Stone Mason in great variety including peerless sport for the angler Work The Monon Route from Louisvillo to Chicago in connection with the Mr John Ecton the well known superb steel steamer Manitou and popular contractor and stone from Chicago to Mackinac Petoskey mason has just completed the Buy View Charlevoix and a host of resorts presents a novelty in foundation of the mammoth ware Â¬ other transportation ana manes the outing house now being constructed by completely perfect The expense of Co at Old Crow this trip Is no greater than all rail W A Gaiues lilrltint iturtlnnluisa tvtll Kn distillery Tin is one of the on request by E H Baconfntulalial District most beautiful pieces of work of Passenger Agent Monon Route its kind in the State and is praised juouisviue isy It is by all who have seen it pronounced by leading architects Peaks Mill to be built strictly in accord with the plans and specifications and BV ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT the firm is highly pleased and Bro South ministered to his charge thoroughly satisfied with tho job on Saturday night und Sunday last Tbero is no better piece of work Â¬ We tho people of Peaks Mill manship to be found anywhere were treated to a splendid rain on and it should commend Mr Ecton Sunday last which ended our long Â¬ first class enter Â¬ drouth Every body delighted inas an deed prising workman Persons con Â¬ The candidates for Jailer must bo templating building this year hustling Several of them have been would do well to give him a vail out this way recently Miss Anna Pierce left for Stantou kicked by a Horse Ky last week whero she will visit relatives On Monday Mr Dennis Onan was It Is rumored mind you only ruwalking by a blind horse when the mored that there are strong thoughts animal became frightened and kicked of matrimony between a young man from Milltowu and a young lady him In tho side breaking three ribs from Swullowtown Surgical attention was rendered and Any one desiring to know where ho is progressing as nicely as could Swullowtown Is call on Bake Bacon bo expected under the circumstances of Dr It was a closo vail and tho only passed Green Pryorvlllago Monterey through our last week no worso dainogo was on route to Switzer wonder is that done Mr John Church accompanied Miss Fanny Haydon to church last Qood News Sunday Bacon Miss tho guest of From all parts of tho Stalo tho friends Virgie relatives is at Switzer and recent Guess there must bo some attraction good news comes that tho rains came Just at the right time up there as she likes to stay so well nnd have done an Immense amount John Is all the time with Miss Vir Â¬ ginia Just now of good Mr Geo Clovoland of tho Forks 4t2b deum lawlamus Â¬ up-to-d- The mecca of Americas resorts Bacon the husMessrs Stagg has been proclaimed by all tling young hardware merchants on ienced tourists to be Northern exper- Â¬ Mich Ann street have presented the igan The climate throughout mid 20 new spring summer compares with Kentuckys Board of Health with rniulnr il ml WfrinPridllV lfet SOIIie cots for the use of the patients at the best October days the hotel accom clean duds and go for another modations appeal to the most fasÂ¬ Â¬ A diseased stomach surely unde attended church at this mnes health It dulls the brain place last Sunday kills energy destroys the nervous Mumps is epidemic in this com- Â¬ system nnd predisposes to insanity munity and fatal diseases All dyspeptic Early in Juno the prospects were troubles are quickly cured by KodolÂ¬ for an abundunt supply of vegetables Dyspepsia Cure It has cured thouand fruit nnd large shipments of sands of ca es and is curing them ptrawberries and cabbage were made every day Its ingredients are such but the dry weather lias nearly that It cant help curing J E ruined the crops and scarcely enough i Tyler for local wants will be realized Miss Emma Kemper and Mrs Sparr of Gratz Owen county are here the guests of Mr John Scott For the speedy and permanent cure of and family tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham Afloj Hon I nil nnd Miss Vlreie SDent berlains Eye pad Skin Ointment Is the Fourth at Cove Spring Park If without an equal It relieves the itchyou dont believe ituskDuard Black ing and smarting almost Instantly and uso a permanent Mrs Talbott of Switzer is here itc continued cureseffects barbers itch cure It also itch guest of relatives the scald head sore nipples itching piles Qnvnrnl nf niir VOUniT folks SUeilt chapped hands chronic sore eyes and the first of the week at the mouth of granulated lids the creek fishing and nil report hav Â¬ Dr Cadya Condition Powders for ing a good time horses are the best tonic blood purifier of the young folks of the andvermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby Some Mill have got the gadds very bad They go Saturday and Sunday come County Taxes home on Monday wash and iron on i Skin Diseases Â¬ Â¬ Notice is hereby given that the State and county taxes for the year week or ten uays 1899 Tftanr Trta Rpssln with William Pleaseare now due and payable come forward and settle Ida You are promptly Just now but Miss and save the penalty very nominate wuuum Bkv F Suter llED JVOS Sheriir FrarklinCounty 15-tf Is the sad reflection of thousands of consumptives One Minute uougu JE Cure cures cough- - and colds Tyler Cheap Excursion to Old if that What might have been mtlnmntrh hadnt been neidected A Summer in the North Point Comfort Â¬ Ohio Railway Tho Chesapeake will run its second excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort Va on Tuesday July 25th Tickets will be if 15 for the round trip good going on both morning and evening regular trains and good returning 21 Stop overs will be granted at day any station east of Kanawha Falls on return trip Old Point Comfort offers more attractions this year than ever before Being the most prominent naval base during our war with Spain it is fitting that the captured snips miu trophies should be brought there A number of our war vessels are at Norfolk Navy Yard No other trip olfers such a diversea sity of pleasure mountains shore rivers and ocean as does a trip to Old Point Comfort Send in your name at onco for sleeping car reservations Geo W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky Â¬ The dellghtlul summer resorts of Wisconsin mid Michigan are reached by the Chicago North Western Ry among which are Waukesha Madison Devils Like Green Lake Gogebic Lake Fox Lake Lake Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lake Minnetonkn White Hear Duluth Ashland and Marquette Free copy of Hints to Tourists pent on appli cation to V B Knlskern General Passenger and Ticket Agent W A Cox 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Horse Show Fair and Carnival Lexington Ky Aug 8 12th 1899 Low rates via Queen Crescent Itoute from all points in Kentucky daily August 8th to 12th good to return the 14th Inst Greatest show Lexington has over had Dont full to attend Ample room for all excursionists What They Say Â¬ Is tho title of an exceedingly well printed and finely Illustrated booklet which has Just been bsued and distributed by tho Chicago North Â¬ western Ky describing their electric lighted 2Uth century train Tho North Western Limited It la unique in design and composition pastor of and affords entertaining reading Rnv Dr J T Barrow to any ad Â¬ A copy be the Baptist Church a Ellzabethtown dress by W will Cox sent Vine street 435 A N railroad Cincinnati Ohio was killed by nn L train on Monday as he was going to tho depot at Glendale to go to his Volcanic Eruptions home Dr Barrow was formerly pastor of a church at Owensboro and Are grand but skin eruptions rob Is well liked and remembered here where ho conducted a meeting some llfoofjoy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running and threo years ago while Dr Taylor Fover Sores Ulcers Boils Felons was pastor of tho First Baptist Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chill lains Church Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 elsn box Kodol Dyspepsia Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Digests what you eat Gayle druggist Â¬ Â¬ IU Cure TIL x v i vrm rvnnnruuuuuuwru uwnnnnru innruinjtruirutnnruinj ifinnnnnruinnnnrutnnnnnnrutnnnxinnnji nnnnnjuvuvxruuuinsuuxruxnnruuuuvuxnrijuvxnjxnn 1BKJ m 91 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 IJsV MmW M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler nnnnn nnnniuinnnnxinjuvrumnnnnnnnnnjuiruirtruj nnnnnnjinnnnnnjuinxixvrixiJinnnuiJinnnnriJAnnriJinnnxuinnjinxinnnnnxuinnnjtnnnn Attention iisi Knnruuirmnjuuiruinnnn nruaxi t II m Is culled to the ad of Mr N I McDaniel of a stray horse Also to the ad of Mr H C Mclveo giving notice of his commercial school Stamping Ground LARGEST - STOCK LOWEST - PRICES w Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime Ce Â¬ ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Mr John Stevel of this place while intoxicated was sandbagged and robbed by three negroes in Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Agent for Crawford and Remington Georgetown on Monday night Ho Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver had 50 In his sock and 8 in his f pocket The thloves got it all They Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue Chilled Plows Deering Mowers were however arrested later one in Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen and Binders Majestic Ranges Georgetown and two in Lexington Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Diamond Wall Plaster Curnes Stevel had too much county court day bug juice aboard Farming Implements Guns Powder Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver Cashier It 0 Head visited his brother tit Burgin Sunday Born to Mr Lon McCarty and wife a daughter 9P The school in Bailey District opened the fall term with Miss Mag ST CLAIR S1REET gie Sprake as teacher Davidson of Union Miss Flora county is the guest of relatives at Oiflcial Notice to Kentucky Populists WM CROMWELL Milltown Mr Geo B Wllkerson has as his LAWRENCEUUIia KV guest his niece Miss Mabel VVilker- Attorney at Law July 18 1899 f son ot JLuyctto county Editor Roundabout Miss Addle Jameson entertained Will you kindly grant me space in Frankfort Kentucky Saturday night in honor of her cousin which to say to the people ot the Miss Hue Jameson of Owensbnro State that all arrangements are now Also Real Kstiite Aent Will practice tnthi und Ilev T Warn Beagle pastor of the completed for the meeting of the Courts of Franklinspecialtun udjoming counties attention to the pur TtnntiMt Church is lioldinir a nro ieopiOS 1iiriy Qtate uonvuiiuuii 10 and will also lve real estate collection ol rents mlCZtm --L ciiune and Mile of meeting in Campbell county oe neiu at iranKiori on duiy in and tor negotiation of Inaui traded The niilroiicU have trranted a rate claims Ilev J Lawrence Wilkeasou of one and one third fare for the preached at the Baptist Church on round trip und the hotels and board- Â¬ Or Catlys Condition Powders are Sunday in the absence of the pastor ing houses have made a reduced jnofc bad what horeo nun for deleinites and visitors Ac- - condition a Tonic needs when in and blood purifior A delightful moonlight fete was rmmrnruliUifiiw niiiv l lind in the vermifuge They aro not food but given to the little folks on Friday night by Miss Stella Conway There city at from 75 cents per day and up medicine and tho best in uto to put va The Convention will be hold in the horso in prime condition Price 23 was a nice crowd present who en or tne Opera House and c city will deliver anthe Mayor of wel- cents per package Joyed game- followed by ices address as the refreshments come and deliver to the dolegates For sale by J W Gayle and The ladies of the Baptist Church the keys of the city On tho even Â¬ Gayle Co gave an Ice supper at the city hall ing of the 27th the delegates wll be LeCompte on Wednesday night which was u nddrcssed by Col J S Felter of For Rent Cheap great succese Springtleld 111 who is ono of the Wall Paper Sunday very best platform speakers in the The refreshing rain of his The Miss Mac Exuin property om evening was a great blessing to suf- United States The subject orPopApply to L 1Y Murray street fering men leasts and crops A address will be Why lain a 30000 bolts of wall paper at low 35 tt Johnson still heavier rain would help things ulist and Crawford rices A Committee of Reception ha9 g icycles Remington A Collins drouth had burned the crops up M The been appointed to assist delegates to an alarming extent 31 tf and others in finding suitable ac Yacoii Mr and Mrs B Lackamp Elston Members of this commodations Peaks Mill Mo writes One Minute Cough Digests you committee will meet all trains and GJ little Itartlflclally digests tho food and aids Cure saved the life of ourcroup boy fie- be at the Opera House Tit tin will alsoState Committee is hereby The farmers are about throuuh Nature in strengthening and recon- when nearly dead with J llmllt enrr The ilgaitoro structing tho exhausted digestive or- E Tyler called to meet at the Opera House having their wheat threshed at 10 oclock on the morning of the Mr John Daugherty and wife of gans It Is tho latest discovered digest 27th for the purpose of making such Switzer visited relatives hero last ant and tonic No other preparation Notice can approach it in efficiency It in Kodol Dyspepsia additional urrungements us may bo Sunday stantly relieves and permanently cures required Dlsests what you eat Mrs Fred West of Lexington Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn 1 desire nlso to say that so far as On account of the epidemic now not we are concenWd the coming State who was tho guest of her father fi r Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea prevalent In Frankfort wo have SlckHeadachoGastralglaCrarapsand been able to take any patients into campaign will be fought out along saveral day3 has returned home all otherresults of Imperfect digestion hospital In view of this it has the lino of State Issues The freedom the Prepared by E C OeWItt a Co Chicago Mrs Alvin Duvall who has ben deemed advisable to close the of the ballot und honesty of elections on the sick list we are glad to say been J E TYLEK w tin lniut nrnmlntwir Wllllft WG is better for a period of two weeks hospital and to devote are Populists in name and principle or longer if necessary THE OLD Rl Josoph Florian thinls First Class Steamboat Service the funds given us Ty the city and we lecognlze the fact that besideÂ¬ I guess Mr too warm to walk to weather county to an tno neeuy hick j iuuu the question of the liberty of the cit the shop so to homes The board will be glad to izeni to cast Ids vote as he desires Frankfortnew the barber Saturday ho ViV Between Detroit and Cleveland and rnjwTvi barber last tn hnvn thnf vnt counted as tried our any information as to such a 53 receive IMU D ItoArriKTHiT j an timt tlinv miiv receive the cast all other questions sink into in- - Mrs James Haynes spent several Toledo Detroit and Mackinac Q floating sleel palace steamers are We will also bo signtneance una ugui proper attention uniesa Detroit for bo guaranteed to me citizen our days last weeK visiting relatives in now running dally betweenper glad to assist in getting clothes LawrenceDutg week and Cloveland Two trips gov- Â¬ government is a farce and pure convalescent small pox patients between Toledo Detroit and Mack Bro South and Bro The hospital will be re opened as ernment is an irridescent dream last Sunday for Now Lenox left inac Island Regular service will Columbus soon as all danger of infection is past Wo therefore Invito all citizens of the commence June 17th Spend your regardless of past political Owen county to preach Mas S E James State vacation on tho Great Lakes Send Board of Kings amiiations to loin with us in do Acting President Tho drouth and grass hoppers to 2 cents for illustrated pamphlet Daughters stroylng Goebellsm in all its phases gether did not leave much tobacco in Address A A Scliantz G P A D Mrs J VV Milam Mrs James Murray to the end that a government of the this section C Line Detroit Mich K Mrs French HogoMra J A Posoy people by the people and for the i iiniiii i MIbs Bettlo and Mlas Maudo Dally For Rent Store Room Mrs J H Stuart Miss R Orittondon people may once moro be assured in L were the guests of their cousin Mks Mrs Sam Bennett Miss R Johnson this grand old Commonwealth M rraitnil hu Uaat nrCalrf Bessie Smith last Tuesday Mrs J B HendrickMiBS Georgia Todd W P Marsh The large store room in Masonic Highest Awards at Centennial Mrs WP HudsonMinsLockett Smith Slate Secrotary Peoplos Party Ken- Â¬ Mr Urban Sargent was in our Temple ono of tho best in the city Paris and Worlds Fair By ordor of the Board tucky town last Sunday Apply to Capt Manufactured fRAZER LUBRICATOR CO Is offored for rent Wm Cromwell Secy Mrs Hurrah for tho Roundabout It B O Milam or Bon T Farmer tl Factories Chclago St Louli New York 4 Gun Hhot wounds and powder is read by every body 4 iy Wo iiavo sold many different bruises sprains wounds Old Batch cough remedies but none has given burns cuts You cant cure dyspepsia by diet and from rusty nails insect stints better satisfaction than Chambei ivy poisoning quickly healed by good wholesome food and iner lalns savs Mr Charles Holzhauor Â¬ DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve PosXA E plentyEat It Kodol Dyspopsla Cure Try tho Capital Steam Laun Â¬ O USm St of is per Hae lwaS It druggist Newark N J digous food without ttlu from tho dry for a oloan shirt ou collar poisoning Bean tho -fectly safe and can bo relied upon in itively provonts blood J Tolephouo 17 stomach and is made to euro DeWitts counterfeits 10 tf nil cases of coughs colds or hoarso Beware of E Tyler Sold by J W Gayle druggist is safe and suue J E Tyler ihsj Â¬ HVI A OOLLIKTS GROCERIES LOWESTtLP PRICES II 1 LIQUORS - Â¬ Â¬ I Kodol Cure eat what Â¬ DHLS J Â¬ Dyspepsia STOHIA 2atfM Â¬ Â¬ Cure Frazer Axle Grtase WHAT DsJr mm a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jf TOH 0U i lLiiliklJ VLiMMiijaLi MID SUMMER - CLEARANCE - SALE EYERYTHING MARKED DOWN MILLINERY Trimmed bonnets and hats at half former Sailors from 25c up prices SHIKT WAISTS LAWNS From 4c yard up Dimities worth 15c now 10c Dimities worth 20c now Dimities worth 2jyc now 20c Genadines worth 40c now 15c I co watets now 50c 25 waists now 65c 150 waists now 75c 8 2 co waists now 100 Ktady to wear skirts in pique and linen at moderate prices S i VAL LACES 200 doz Val Laces and sale at 20c doz yards and up I2c Insertions on SILKS 48c for silk worth 65c 68c for silk worth 85c 78c for silk worth 100 100 for silk UMBBELLAS AND PARASOLS 98c for Gloria Umbrellas handles worth 150 Parasols at big reductions with beautiful MATTINGS AND RUGS A lot short pieces of matting and a small lot of rugs at bargain prices worth up-to-da- te 150 checks at cost All our colored wool dress goods including JOHNSON MATRIMONIAL HOGE Half Rates to Lexington 3x1 Main Street Your Money BAR MEETING At a meeting of the members of the Franklin County Bur held it the Court House in Frankfort on the 20th of July 1899 for the purpose of taking action showing the esteem and respect in which V R Frank- Â¬ lin late Clerk of tho Franklin Circuit Court was held Gen D W Lindsey was called to the Chair and Ira Julian appointed As previously announced in our paper Mr Ben IL Blanton of this city and Miss MattleReld of Versailles were mar Â¬ ried on Wednesday night by Rev Dr G H Rout assisted by Rev Ed H Bull Owinir to recent bereavement the wedding was a very quiet one The young people went east for a short trip and will be at home at the res idence of Mrs Kuto Patton Fourth Avenue after two weeks Blanton Reid Account Horse Show Fair and Carnival On August 8th to 12th inclusive the Southern Railway will sell round trip tickets from all its stations in Kentucky to Lexington and return nt one fare round trip tickets good to return until August 13 1809 Three dally trains in each direction For tickets and further Information apply to nearest agent Southern Ruilway WM i TAYLOE Asst Genl Pass Agent The Most For 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 justifies us in this claim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Ky Secretary Thereupon John V Rodman Kodol Dyspepsia Cure stated the purpose of the meet Â¬ Digests what you eat ing and moved tho appointment of a committee on resolutions Forks ol Elkhorn and tho chair appointed Thos Miss Annie Redd visited Miss B Ford W H Sneod and John L Scott Mayuio Gallahue this week After retiring tho commit Mr Hollls Alexander of Owenton visited Mr Maurice Brock Saturday tee reported tho following res nnd Sunday last olutions which were unanimous y two weeks Miss Daisy Hockensmlth left Tues--dafor Catlottsburg and on to Old Point Comfort where she will spend IS IT RIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines From Sylvan Valley News Brevard N Cl ip leather dfli ly adopted r - able drains with the added pain of in Â¬ flamed or ulcerated parts In this condi Â¬ made shorLuddreses expressing tion the woman bravely tries to carry her in a mo3t sincoro and pathetic household load afraid to take the rest she needs lest a meal will be late No wonder manner tho profound rospoct es he Is pale weak wretched surly of tem Â¬ per ana snappish of tongue She would teem and personal regard and be false to nature if she were anything else affection for Mr Franklin His No persons need help so much as the class of whom this woman is the type And for long and Jaithful servico as such v6men no help Is so sure so wonder- Â¬ Clock together with his stub ful ai that given by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It restores all the womanly horn honesty and dovotion to organs to perfect health It establishes duty and fair dealing were re Â¬ regularity in their functions It restores the strained and shattered nervous system counted with touching pathos It clears up the complexion rounds out Julian DW Lindsey form and makes Hie a dally happiness the contains no alco- Â¬ Favorite Prescription Secretary Chairman hol or whisky It is the best medicine for Nothing can be just as good women Benson as the best Tell the dealer so if he offers a substitute I have lontf thought It my duty to write you Bit Bill litis had n 1Ik accident a few lines to let you know what your Favorite Old Moll has fallen into u dry pond Prescription has done for me writes Mrs Buphcmla Falconer of Trent Muskegon Co and committed suhlde by drowning Mich I am twenty seven years old have been SI16 was three yeais old when the married ten yean I am the mother of four chil dren My flrtt two babies were still born and I civil war began X Whereas It has pleaoed Divine Providonco to remove from our midst to a nigner ana grander sphere Mr Allen Bedford of Kirkleving- - Walter It Franklin who was for on visited his grandmother this many years the Ulrcult Court Olerk of this county therefore week 1aonlnr1 K tln MnnKnMn F Mr Bud Stevens is spending this ar and tho oounty officials week in the country for his health 01 iruniuin county 1 That in bis death tho community Messrs A Nichols and Cronley or Lexington are the guests has suffered the loss of a most worthy Elliott citizen a of Mr Maurice Brock Crescent and excellent without aAspeerpubllo official ho was His View record in that respoct is grand and Mrs Ann Bedford celebrated her wonderful He was ever faithful and 87th birthday Wednesday last She discharged his duties in a manner is now more ambitious than other tnatwon tne respect and admiration Jadies at 30 Last week she walked of those with whom ho was associated three miles and does all her house Â¬ and we take pleasure in testifying to tms laoc as a triDute to nis memory hold choies 2 He was a useful citizen and durÂ¬ Rev F W Eberhardt of Bour ing his long and laborious life he conbon county visited Mr Frenchs tributed to tho welfare of the oitv and Jamily last week countv in everv -wav in his rjower visited and was a man or influence while he Mies May Hockensmlth lived Stamping Ground lust week 3 In his Only Me was a modelsocial and domoatlo life he A nood husbandan excel lent and affectionate father a true and devoted friend his example in this regard may well be Imitated 4 That a copy of these resolutions -be presented to the Judge of the Franklin Circuit Court at its next montlnc in SoDtember with a rammst that they be entered on the order book and that tno Frankfort papers be requested to publish the same and Many ft man sees his wife bend and that u copy of these resolutions bo tuff st burdens that strain the back and presented to his family the heart alike without any ideaof the Children follow In too quick outrage MessrsThosB Ford John L succession to allow the mother time to W Horaie Tosoy Win organs become Scott recuperate The womanly displaced there are debilitating disagree- Â¬ Cromwell and D W Lindfey 1 1 editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood tho market yet as preventive of suffering we feel it a duty to say a goqd word for Chamberlains Colic uholcra and Dlarrhoe Remedy We have known and used this medicine In our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while u physician is awaited We do not believe in depending implicitly on any medicine for a cure but we do believe that if a hottle of Chamber- Â¬ lains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered tit the in- Â¬ ception of nn attack much suffering might he 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 W Qayle druggist 11 It may be a question whether the this price we can sell you an oxford made of soft fine kid solid throughout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip One of the best bargains in our store ri lai 5 jC Fr Our brag line of low cut shoes Any toe from corn to the fash idiable bull dog all kid or vesting tops kid or patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine turn soles Vra The famous Queen Quality Ox- fords in tan and natpnt pirhnr vesting tops and thi newest styles The best shoes 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 styles and toes either patent leather or kid tips up-to-dat- e 2 wwa ft A WWi djO iipO Â¬ Our Ladies S ilors at 100 are Â¬ Wim sM W i9 sU 1 w - Over burdened Women The Loading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO KI CURED im s tWti 0 Leaders R K mcGlutfe 212 Son St Clair Street Frankfort Ky 250000 WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing run La mora ilemoraltilnv ta youusor lcUdlo nicil men than tho pres lhcy ence of tho10 nfchtlv losses Iirotluco neaknow nervousness a fooling of dltenst and n vtholo train of symptoms They unfit a man for business married No matter llfo and social happiness vrhethor caused by ovll habits In youth Batumi 7oaknoi or texual excesses our Â¬ I Just What You Want LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Cc caroyui tfovr Method treatment vrlll positively Header i on need IicId Early abuse or lctcr oxcoeoi may Uno weakened you Kxpoauro may havo diseased you You aro not rsfo till oared Our Non Method will cm 0 j ou You run no risk You nro rmlo feeble and haccard nervous irritable and ex citable You bocomo forgotful morose und despondent blotches and pimples Funkon oyes wrinkled face stooping form and downcast countenanco reveal tho Ullsut of your oxlstcnce NO CURE NO PAY 2S000 CURED Vounc Man Iiu WECUREWRICOCELE No matter how pcrtaus vour Cflsa msv be or Uovr long j ou may havo had it our NEW JIHTUOU riiEATMUNT will euro It I ho wormy volns return to their norracl condition and benco the roxual organs rccolvo proper nourish incnt Tho organs becomo Utallzod all unnnturcl drains or losses coaso and manly powers roturn No temporary benefit nut a permanent euro assured NO UIM1J NO PAY NO 01M1UA NO DLIDN TION NKOLSSAUY HON THOU UUSINESS without them die J W Gayle ho 5650 to 8 which grades have shown no material improvement as com- Dnrod with Innfc wnnlr rni j arranged or torpid llvor tho Red flue grades of leaf have sold on onr ac prices from 14 Circle Pill Is warranted to rellovo ooV you or we aro directed to refund you Tho following quotations falrlv your money Try a box at 25 cents yl Once In your family you will never 1898 Â¬ tigo or with an old fashioned head nnhps if n femalo from nainful or in- fiutllcient oroxcesslvo menstruation or from any troublo arising from a dis For tho pwt six months we have FURNISHED BYOLOVEB DtrRTtKTT uirciu x m a LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABEHOtJSE preparation irlulmitetl by an oldlind successful Kentucky physician und Sales on nnr ninrlrat VH i used by him for sixty years In the treatment of all liver kidney and just closed amount to 2360 hhds with wpw lur tan sumo porloa stomach troubles The Red Circle nnda SaleB on our market of 1833 Jan PilL has not been advertised in uarv 1st amount tn ns nnn sincooi Frankfort Our sales howover haveÂ¬ f the orop of 1808 on our market to Ifeen phenomlnal and in every in biun uttie umuunc io vamts -stance tho remedy has lven satisfac Â¬ Wo hnvn hnrl nn niltm nnda n j tion IfyouaroBUtferhifr from dys Â¬ faotory market this week and can Indigestion constipation bil- report an advance In prices on all pepsia iousness jaundice palpitation ver- Â¬ grades except it may be for the rod been selling Tiie Ken iji Â¬ flllory kinds which aro selling from W McKeo 5 crop Ilar bacco aaric j or rrasn damago tf Oommon Oolory trash- d 3 60 6 00 A trash 6 00 7 00 0 00 8 00 Â¬ I M ciency of My friends all suffered every thing but death thought I could never recover I was reduced to I was three months along When 109 pounds for my third child I was taken with hemorrhage or flooding and came near having a miscarriage For two months I was from female weakness under the care of our doctor but was getting weaker all the time until one day I happened to come across one of your little looks and I read it through and the next day I seut and got three bottles of Favorite Prescription and one bottle of Uellets1 I Improved so fast I continued to take your medicine until baby was bom and he He Is four years old U healthy and all right My health has My baby girl is Mo years old good e er store I now weigh i6j pounds been Dr Plcicos Pellets Increase the effi fullncNS on the right side imlns under rihouldcr blade constipation bilious ness sick headache and feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid and congested DoWitts Little Early Risers will cure you promptly pieasantiy unu periuanenuy oy re moving tho congestion and causing the bile ducts to opon and flow Â¬ Â¬ If you suffer Irom tendering or i GURES GUARANTEED OIlrT smionmu VAHicoociiii bum- NAli IOJaiiU UliAJiUHlt AND KI1 TUEATMENT NIlV diseases UONKULTATION OIIAUQM IIOOKR llUlE FKIil tlOUURATU If nnnblo to cull write for p OlIhhTrON 11LANK for 110MU Wo treat euro BYllULlS UMIbSlOXH IMlOrOUY and B Kennedys Kergan 122 DRS Gaylo Tho ad of the LcCompto Co In tills Issuo elves notlco that they have tho very latest and most Improved Kodaks mid photographic supplies for sale As there aro any number or persons using KoanKH in this community we call especial at tentlon to tho matter Common lllorflnnfnnnv Common Oolory 1 ug8 luK8- nnX 5 50 00 Common to medium loaf 0 00S Medium to good leaf 8 00 Good to lino loaf 10 00 Select or wrappory 13 00 8 00 11 00 13 00 23 00 RiSt We nro requested to say that tho reason Sir Walter Franklins funeral and buiint wero private was on ac Â¬ count of the smaU pox epidemic- a laxative lit Iav required ritc Prescription where rMtilnp A naturally Thkv aw good rrnimllilll nwl U Hurdle Arir pills wmmnazMiva FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O W Bean tho OASTORIA h9 Kt1 0U HaW yVaS Boueltt m mNlfrtikiLi is i VifKtlKttKSMKBL9KKtKtKK9KKUKKBIIKKIBKKWKKBnWnlmOKInSl j i sivmL i jtA1 v fcyaaifcA a ifrliiMlifettiAJIs aftA lkitlHtMttMfK ikgikJSjJjjjUti dtWUUJKJUktritSltSiti fitivtfifcilkVdllliUi HillHHHHBBBllBHiHSiVBSiBHhBlBBsHHlE i f T TTVW1J rvWTpwfl mmiww IBSSaraiGHI mm 7 pyrr V iniFi KT T prpW Clothing suits 175 and 250 Boys linen suits 100 to 200 Childs navy suit coat long pants and cap i - Shoes One lot childs slippers tan and black sizes 5 to 8 50c One lot childs slippers tan and black sizes 8 to 10 75C Mens linen Mens all wool suits 5 were 7 and 750 Large lot of boys wash pants si7es 3 to 8 only 10c y 90c One lot Misses slippers tan and black 11 to 2 100 Not a pair in either lot that is not worth double the money All our narrow toe Oxfords in ladies sizes 100 and They sold from 125 200 to 350 x 1 1 D C CRUTCHER MfMnMIUM FRANKFORT KY MnmnniM I cO D C CBUTCHEB CO Huntington W Va y2 ats Trunks in two does not mean e Furnishings kESb We have just received a new lot of summer shirts in Madras and silk bosoms prices that will surprise you and knock the wind out of our competitors 65c 50c 75c and 100 Good balbriggan underwear at 50c suit Good yi hose tan and black 10c Extra l2 hose tan and Workingjshirts 25c and 40c I the straw hat but the price of it That is what we have IE done for a threat many lines in our straw hat department cut them half in two Dozens mens boys and and dozens of JWr- - HH MWIBW 1 i chldrens linen hats and caps only 25c Trunks bags and tele- Â¬ scopes to suit all tastes and purses Bismarks Iron Nerve Pe iks Mill Misg Juliet lim kensmlth left Fri day for an extended trip tii her Mster Mrs R S Dinklo of Cutloitsbujy vhlt to From there she will make Old Point Comfort where she wII remain for several weeks Mr Cyrus T Duvall left Friday for several diiyn vMt to Owenton Mr Siphroiihi Hay lies accom panied by Mrs Petty lelt Thuisday fora weeks visit in Anderson county Miss Virginia liaccm spent several days with her friends Misses Man ford at the mouth of Elkhorn MlssBeulah Hoekensmith is visit ing Switzer this week Mr James Jenkins N on the sick Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ delayed iktteb1 list Mrs Llura Pierce and son passed through our mlddt Sunday afternoon One of our old friends Mr Graham Church passed the vicinity last Sun day evening Miss Lula Manfonl was the sjuest of Miss Virginia Bacon Saturday and Sunday Quite a number of our boys and girls attended Suuduy services at Switzer viz Virginia Bacon Anna Pierce Loula Manford Bake Bacon Howard Duvall and Dr Foreman Mr Maurice Brock of the Forks made a nylng trip down the Rocky Branch Saturday Wonder were ho was going Mr Bake Bacon went to Frankfort Saturday Misses Katherine and Mary Hay don spent Sunday at Switzer Rev J P South will preach at Peaks Mill Saturday and Sunday To the boys of Peaks Mill Mr Bake Bacon who is always bo proud Says Two o coupi 0 ana tnreo is a crowd Wo all iOvv no haa onlv one girl And to him she seems a beautiful pearl He goes to soo her twice ovory week And alwiiyu trios to look bo vory meek To bo married thoy aro old enough aplenty For BheBouieon and holl soon bo twenty You havo ooen Oys now buggy I know And now he is all tho time on the go He often gois thirty miles away Just for soma ono something about his new buggy to Bay Well I will pass uy and go to Hob Who is now hustling for a good Job For after riding many miles to soo his pet Ho lose his Joo a d tries ono now to get But poor old John ho is s i vory plow Â¬ i know know Mr Lee Penn the society young boy Says being with Jessie Is much joy For she Is pretty and indeed vory sweet And always looks so very neat Mr Fount Haydon tho handsome young man Tries to do right as best he can Ho has oh so manv friends Everyone that looks at him grinR Miss Irene Divson of Switzer spent a few days with her cousin Mks Ella Duvall this week Mrs Lou Pierce is visiting her son Mr James Ilaynesthis week Dr Foreman spent the day In Frankfort Tuesday Mise Anna Will Stafford is very ill with the mumps Miss Anna Pierce made a flying trip to Frankfort Tuesduy Mr and Mrs Barnett Hnrrod re turned home Saturday from an ox tended visit in Cincinnati Two or a Kind DeWitts iJITilu Early Risers ben Â¬ efit permanently They lend gentle assistance to nature causing no pains curing or weakness permanently constipation und liver ailments J Â¬ Hell never get marriod I know Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will ami tre Â¬ mendous energy mt not found when Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bu fU are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Ki gs New Hie Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 2n at JWGayles drug store The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF The Encyclopedia Britannica 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 Britannica is the oije absolutely reliable guide for the Jf EABTBOtmn s RftlLHftY 740am 4i0pm 74pm OOvam 63Km DOTpm voyage of life One cannot go IN KENTUCKY Schedule iu effect Jatii 11 1800 Lv Louisville Ar Shelby vllle Ar Larenoobg Ar Vorsallles Ar Lexlnirton WB3TUOUWD Nol Jfo5 I No 8 Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Lexlmrton 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