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MHHUIIHHHHHMpHBHMDl np TWWww IT tjf f7yY rTwiy- - w ipppr v The U VOL Franefort Rotombout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY AUG 19 GEO A LEWIS Publishor TERMS 100 In Advanoo NO 51 t XXII FRANKFORT KY flnnnclnl strength of the church be ing npnrly doubled In thut time In 1804 he baptized mi oven one hun- Â¬ dred persons He received tho de gree of D D from Georgetown Col- Â¬ lege In 1895 and was Bent by bin Â¬ 1899 Is 5V rw H i3JF dA fcv b 1 i might bo cited of women left in this G3nnnnnnn5Hf3nnnonannnncaoorfrEifiQn3nnnenrcrncn QU3ouuuauuauuauauaDaeuDUBUoacguuuauaauuucauuDutuiJUuu helpless condition nn Now when wo say that girls should aa bo uhld to support tl omselves we do en en Ca ca There are rivers calmly flowing not imply that they should not allow nn nn someone ese lo do this for them ca Placid wattors novor knowing rza na Frankfort friends at their expense provided some one else Is willing to G7I Change of volume high or lower ca on n tour through Europe tho Holy do so But wo do hope dear girls en nn As they wend their silent course Lund and Egypt Whilo in Ken- Â¬ that none of you anticipate Imposing DC And tho currents changeless lovol en tucky ho yas for about six years yours jlvesonsonioirinocfnt man Just en au aa In the ages wears a bovol Vice President of the Foreign SIN for ii support Bo assured that if you ran nn slon Board of tho Sou hero Baptist art helpless and do not know tho vj On the shore that Is common ca nn nn value of iidold from never having ca Convention for Kentucky From tho outlet to tho source Da His first pastorate was at Buffalo worked to earn ono In your lilt and nn nn aa Would I hold It as a blessing N Y for four years his second tit are tho cause of your husband run- DU sn nn Frankfoit Ky six years and eight ning in debt and belt g worried If my life should flow unceasing aa nn months his third at Jefferson City almost out ot his existence he will G3 As tho tide of such a river ca years Ills fourth churge very soon cure little ftr you and ca SIo two fin nn From tho cradle to tho grave will he that of the College avenue though his m ral obligations may ca ca Nol I answer God forbid Itl nn Baptist Church of thhjtity Indian- cohipel him to live with you never en ua ca For in madness I would rid it apolis Journal theless neither you nor he will bo nn nn DEI very happy ca Of existence ere tho morrow nn Some of you may say I can not en If such joy alono it gave ca IFor the lloumlnbout learn tho languages nor mathematics en nn aa -consequently there Is no use In my ca To School Girls Rather lot it bo a torrent en nn attempting to do so Now are you ca With a wildly surging current ca on sure that you have made an honest DQ nn Leaping precipice and bowlder a As this is the season when so many trial at these subjects Have you en nn swelling high Ebbing lower girls tiro gutting ready to attend worked diligently nine mouths in ca ca Let it dash and spray and roar nn college we feel as if a few words of the year for live years fit Latin and en ca aa encouragement or rather t f advice mathematics Three years at French en Let it kiss tho rugged shore nn Or have you given ca from an old and experienced teacher and German aa In a fchoustnd varied place en nn may not be amiss about flvo minutes a day for ca Or forever bo it dry ca Now that there are so many col- three months to each of thee and era nn Nom D Plume ca leges accessible to girls wo hope no no thrown your books aside with tho ca nn nn who desire it may bo denied tho ad Conclusion thut you are incapable of ca ca For the Roundabout vantages ofa college couiso of Instruc Â¬ learning them Remember that an en nn ca To L E S Da tion Surely no young girl who education does not come by inspira tin nn may read this article will be so un- Â¬ tion to any one It comes to the ca ca on nn Alls with a strange delight wise as to fail to avail herself of uny brightest intellects only as the result uu My heart ca opportunity she may have for ac- of continuous application and untir- Â¬ nn en Wheneer I hear thee sing ing labor It is true thut there tiro ca quiring an education ca Tho solemn stillness of tho night nn To those who are making up their many girls who are Incapable of nn ca aa Will never bring college wo would say learning a profession which involves en mlndsto enter nn ca do so with the determination to suc Â¬ literary taste and talent still there ca The dreams of love the bliss divine ceed with your studies if industry are just as many who possess theio en en Da on voice inspires Which thy sweet and application will enable you to gifts who do not attempt these pro en nn ca Tho joys that round my thoughts do so Do not imagino that an edu fessions such as teaching writing ua nn cation can be obtained by spasmodic etc because tney are JacKing In ca entwine ca We would efforts at study that you can work energy and aspiration en a The mad desires two hours a day three days in a advise those who are prevented ca en en week or four months in a year and either by mental Incapacity or pecu- Â¬ ca ca first in a glad hour I heard thee en of your time and accom niary embarassment from taking n en idle Whon winds wore whispering low plishthe rest ca very much at educating your- thorough course nt school to take ca nn breathing self It may require years df con- Â¬ one of tho professions which does not nn When every fragrant DO flower stant application and hard work for requiro so much time and capital to en Office Head of Clinton Street ca Telephone ioo en ca you to obtain a moderately good bo mastered such as telegraphy en Did softly throw en But ca ca education but when you have stenography and lithography encirnnnnGnnnrjncnnnrjnrinenrinnnnnencnRnencnenenenenBnnn perfumo oer the land Ambrosial gained this you have u treasure whatever you undertake muke of Baccaauacacac3uaafJauauauacaDacacucauacaDUDacucycaBa I heard thee just as night whose value you can never fully es- yourself a specialist in that one protimate It is a capital which will fession remembering that skilled Extending far her maglo wand not only yield for you a comfortable labor in every department is always hit Bade stars shine bright living which is itself sufficient com- in demand and that if you fit your- - iViaSOMC 1 Thou eangtt so grandly sweet that pensation for your labor but one sen ior a poMiion you win nave no which will gain for you tho respect difficulty in obtaining it een There is another class of girls to of nil around you fiom the most The silvery moonbeams stood illiterate to tho most learned and whom we would give some special an evergreen Entranced besido besides your own self respect which advice thoso of uneducated parents And wished they could is of incalculable value to you Some who have como suddenly into pos of you may say I never expect to session of large fortunes and who Thy matchless voice forever hear havo not the faintest idea of what have to earn a support for myself So sweetly that a rill That may be but timid tho uncer- Â¬ education means We generally And Soft purllnp mid the copses near tainties of life you do not know prevailing among this class tho idea what may be your future necessities that till that is necessary to their suc Purled softer still Our advice to you therefore would cess in life is that they be fitted for Sad as the passing of a rose be to learn something by which you good society and thut to uccomplisli may be able to earn n livelihood for this end they must go off a lonff dis- Â¬ Loin as a melting dream yourself if left dependent It is run- tance from home to school for about Thy song came to a doleful close ning too great a risk of future misery ono year and then spend a year or And earth did teem to allow your youth to pass without two in traveling abroad Now girls making this preparation But If we hope none of youwill muke 9uch With a deep melancholic gloomnever compelled to exert yourself u mistake as this Nothing will ever As though a mighty hand tho place of good well grounded ior avennoou me strengtn Had poured the darkness of the tomb and acharacter that you will ot nana take In the elementary gain by instruction Forth oer tho land your efforts to fit yourself for such branches It Is the sine qua non of an emergency will more than com- tin education Ah blessed maiden care of heaven pensate you for your work If you do not tuko a classical courso thy powerl Thy knowest not Not long since having occasion to of studv trv to obtain at least some The tuneful choir to theo have given visit a dress making establishment knowledge of grammar history and in oue of our cities we found among literature When you associate with A wondrous dower OK the poor weary sewing girls who tho educated your deficiencies will 018X16 thou canst soften hearts to were working there as if their overy often bo detected In u tlneo minutes For tears breath depended upon their constant conversation always in the course s- labor with the needle a woman a of an hours intercourse Some such And thou canst lighten woe gave It to him nativu of Frankfurt Ky whoso expression as sho At thy command the joys of years name 1 might give you whom wo and I or what mtido you act like Shall como and go had known about fitteen years be- that will betray your Ignorance of S Toll fore as a girl of excellent mind and tho elemontarv rules of grammar considerable means who had had whilo vou are totally unconscious of TheRev W C Taylor Accepts more than ordintuy advantages for tho bad imuression vou are making obtaining a good education but who Or perhaps your ignorance of history Tho Rev William C Taylor of hud fulled to apply herself to her might sublect you to the ridicule we tho First Baptist Church of Jeirer studies with tho determination of once saw meted out to tin American son City SIo who has accepted the learning some one study thoroughly girl who had made just tho mistake pastorate of tho College avenue Bap She had spent several years at ono of against which wo are warning you Summer Lake Tours Thanks tlst Church of this city will begin our best schools and like Miss Standing in tho Pantheon in Rome Vanity Fair had learned in which aro entombed theremains of his duties there about August 1 Ho Swartz of Tho ineccu of Americas resorts We desire to thank tho citizens of and sing Victor Immanuel sho turned to one is a descendant of an old Virginia to play her two pieces ancestors camo from her three songs at tin expense of of her friends and asked if lie was a has been proclaimed by all exper- Â¬ Frankfort so far for furnishing cloth- Â¬ family whose tourists to bo Northern Mich- Â¬ wrote Now you Scotland and Wales in tho early part one hundred dollars apiece to her pout and what horemedy this shame- Â¬ ienced The climate throughout mid Â¬ ing bed clothing and supplies for igan father but was us totally ignorant of may very easily of tho last century His father ono compares with Kentuckys usoat tho pesthouso and detention three ear- even the rudiments ot music as undo and six first cousins also became sho hud never seen a musical instru-if ful ignorance by two orgoud school summer best October days the hotel accom hospital Wo earnestly bespeak u diligent study at t omo Baptist ministers most fas- Â¬ continuance of their benefactions us to to the good modations was This woman In early life ho moved with his ment with the idea we suspect must Some of you may live eighty and it tidious and appeal an tho assortment to afford old ago of seventy or that she Virginia reared fathers family from the purse of any the scenery Is tho number of persons who are being to enduro homo to the State of Oregon where marry for a support consequently will seem a long timedeprivations tho suit the compare in both land und discharged therefrom after having to beyond she linked her fortune with that of a mortifications and he entered collego with a vlow to abound water scape and preparing for u professorship and poor man who dial several years which your luck of an education will In great variety ainusomeits peerless their clothipg destroyed and other- Â¬ Including wise thoroughly disinfected is rap accepted a position us teacher after their marriage leaving hor subject you later sport for tho angler Mns aioiton F Winston which ho held for several years with Several small children to bring from Loulsvillo Idly increasing and will test to tho Tho Monon Route up with which Frankfort Ky August 18JJ Afterward he enteied tho Oregon her and nothing Wo inquired to meetto Chicago in connection with the utmost limit our resources expenses oiuie university uivii muu r inu ularly about her condition and partlcVery respectfully Manitou superb steel steamer found mnnnet went- of Brown University from Chicago to Mackinac Tnu KiNGts DAumrmts Company Bay View Charlevoix and Petoskeyof and Yale College men completing that she und her children were living Honry Koehler a host story In the full classical course receiving tho in a small lourth part of room city a i lesofts presents ii novelty In other the A SI degiee In 1887 he graduated most undesirable transportation and makes tho outing from the lull courso at tho Rochester cooking eating and slcoplng in tho Irritating stings bites scratches Lumber DonlorB of Louisville Ky completely perfect The Vxpenso of Theological Seminary and at onco samo room while she was hiring her uty rail is no greater entered the pastorate In which ho has self at boventy iivo cents a day as an Invito correspondence with mill inon this trip particulars willthanfu rjilshed wounds and cuts soothed and healed bo by DoAVltts Witch Hazel Salv- e- n Further been employed over since His pas Incompetent hand lo a city di ess who have lumber lor sale Thoy buy on request by E II Bacon District Hiiro anil safo application for tortured Hardwoods In mixed torate in Frankfoit began January 1 maker for thopurposo of gaining Poplar and Qreon Passenger Agent Monon Route flesh Beware of counterfeits J E Writo thorn Ho remained thero for nearly subsistence for her family Tills is cars Dry or 1891 Tyler Louisville Ky 31 0m only ono instance of a thousand that seven yetus the membership and IPor the lloumlnbout There Arc Rivers Calmly Flowing THE 41 Of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OF Yaiiderpool Ooal after going through your fire is simply hot air no clinkers and but few ashes Mined in large lumps Try it and you will use no other For sale only by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ma II Â¬ Â¬ A Dudley etllpie Blanton Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Hardware Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f - Â¬ Matches Superior the best 13000 for 50c Fruit Jars Masons quarts per dozen 34c Razors and Knives A money refunded guarantee Beautiful Hammocks screen wire Lawn Mowers size 12 inch ho IOP vDU STACC BACON I Â¬ Johnsons Hard C are aKents for and 0 floor preparation C wood Floors estimates and will cheerfully make 1H VV Stagg Bacon Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ TIN FRUIT CANS l11MMiiMMiMMMiMMMWMWMMiiMiiMMiM a f W lv We have stock in the of these two necessary articles during canning season We have a greater variety and larger stock of tinware now than we have had for many months PRESERVING KETTLES the largest city JOHN T BUCKLEY visit to Olympia county Springs Bath I M I K PERSONAL Mr David Davis wont to Cincinnati Tuesday Gen W 3 Taylor returned homo on Saturday Mr Frank Heeney has gono to Now York City oMr Ohas Keller loft Monday for his annual vacation Mr W H Stanley jr of Loulsvlllr was here on Thursday Mrs J S Price has returned from a visit to friends at Paris Miss Bessie Goodwin is visiting friends In Geornotown Mies Mary Watts Brown is spending this week at Atlantic City Miss Maggie May Thomason has gone to MadiBon on a visit Mr Schuyler Mayhall jr left Thursday lor Atlantic City Miss Nori Miller of this olllce spent Sunday in Lexington Mr Aueust Wobber left Tuesday for a trip tn search of health Mrs Mary Haff of Phoenix Ariz is visiting relatives in this city Mr Albert H McOlure returned from the east on Monday night Miss Fannie S Gray has returned from a visit at Fort Smith Ark Mr Sam Chiles is at home from Cincinnati on a visit t relatives Mrs Chas Proohl of Louisville is the guest of Mis John Meagher Mr George A Lewis of this office went to Cincinnati Ohio Tuesday MissMorgarot Newman is visiting Miss Deborah Parker In Lexington Judge Julia Tllford left Monday for a visit to friends in Elizabethcown Mrs Major Olds has gone to visit her former home at Delaware Ohio Mr Jno R W Williams wife and daughter have gone to Atlantic City city UDKr Master Alexander TLewis attended the Lexington Carnival on Saturday Miss Lulle Ohoate is visiting friend In Lexington and In Woodford county Mr Wm Cromwell went to Stamp ing Ground on legal business Tuesday Air Hervey M Berryman of Phoe nix Ariz is visiting relatives in thlB Â¬ Â¬ Mrs M J Gaines and daughter Miss Jennie have gone to Atlantic City City Mr Jno B Lludsev and wife have gono to Petoskey Mlcb for a short stay Mis i Leila Oalhoon of Owensboro was tne guest of friends here this week Mr Sam M Bennett spent Saturday and Sunday at his old home in Richmond Mrs Wm Cromwell left Tuesday for 0 evemud Put in Bay and other points Mr Thos B Newman has returned from Louisville greatly improved in health Miss Lizzie Holllns who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned to her home in Bowling Â¬ Mrs Wm M Saflell and daughter Miss TodJ have gone to Atlantlo Green Miss Havens has returned from a DUST THE BEST Washing Powder i where ho held a teachers Institute this week Mr W P Hudson jr has gone to AtlaniClty Now York after zoods and will re- Misses Mary and Maggie Page and turn bv way of Stamford Conn and Miss Pattie Williams have gone to will brine his wifo and child home Atlantlo City witn mm Hon George H Alexander and wife Rev L B Lee and wife and Miss were guests of Judge W H Holt and Miry Eleanor Quarlea left Tuesday wife this week for a visit to Niagara and other points Mrs Mary J Lewis left Tuesday In New York for Buffalo N Y to visit her son Mrs Ben T Farmer and children Mr J F Lewis who have been visiting relatives at Rev M B Adams wio has been Farmdale for several weeks returned rusticating in Mason county came home Friday evening home Saturday aautz oi miss aitn Knot trnaatjt uvunHviue nf fla Miss Janie Dehoney visited her iTnil vnhn tiaa A Selbert and Mrs V Berberich left cousin Miss Jennie Quinn in George- Â¬ Monday morning for home town this week Mrs Ashbel P Welch and daugh Mrs H E Brawner and daughter who little Miss Clara have gone to Paris ter Miss Priscilla of OynthlanaLong have been visiting Mrs L B to visit relatives moor left for home Monday Miss S Wallace Smith and brother Rev T F Taliaferro wife and DeWltt have returned from their daughters Misses Maude and Halite summer vacation who have been at Camp Meeting at Miss Mattle Kelly of Stamping Parks Hill returned home Tuesday urouna was tne guost or Aliss Lena Rev Lewis H Thompson of LouisKirtloy this week ville who has been visiting his Mrs R M Aldrldge has gone to parents Capt Ed Porter Thompson Petoskey Mich to remain until the and wife returned home on Tuesday last of September Misses Katherine Selbert and Carrie Mr L Labrot wife and daughter Keller of Cincinnati Ohio who have Misslrraa are spending the heated been guests of Mrs V Berberich and term at Atlantlo City Mrs 21 A Selbert returned home Mrs J M VanDorveer and chil Â¬ Monday dren have gone to Ocean City to Prof MoHenry Rhoads the well spend a short vacation known educator of Frankfort arrived Mrs Albert H McOlure returned in the city last night and is registered Monday night from a visit to her at the Willard No educator in Ken- Â¬ tucky sustains a higher reputation parents at Harrodsburg abroad than does Prof Rhoads He Miss Bertha Coke of Louisville is is busy now conducting county visiting her sister Mrs B Todd teacherss institutes over the State Orutcher near this city He frequently lectures before an Mr J Andrew Cain wlfo and chil institute by request 14of the body dren of Versailles were guests of Lou Dispatch Aug relatives here this week Anaouacwieat Miss Ada Taylor of Bagdad is vlsltlnor the family of Gen W S We are authorized to announce Taylor on Shelby street f Mr JOHN W SEMONES Mr Phil Selbert of Cincinnati Harvieland as a candidate for Jailer spent Sunday here the guest of his of Franklin county subject to the cousin Mr John Selbert action of the Republican party 51 1 m Ml3s Gilbert is the charming guest of Miss Mary and Margaret Saffar Peaks Mill ans of Hilton near Jotts Miss Annie Maddox of Louisville TDKLAYED JETTEHl was tne guest or nor sister Airs Albert T Kirtloy this week Weather pleasant up to date Miss Marv and Margaret Saffarans Mrs Rebecca Harrod of Swallow were thu guests of Miss Roberta May field was in the Mill the first of the Gilbert during the Elks Fair week the guest of relatives Mrs Thos E Kenney and children Miss Stella Manford of Swallow visiting relatives in who have been field was In our midst last week the Owen county returned Saturday guest of friends Miss Nellie Lewis who has boen visltlns her aunt Mrs S J Kent in Misses Alice and Anna Will Staf ford were callers on Miss Vlrgie Shelby county has returned home lust Sunday night and Mon Â¬ Mr Jas Heeney loft Tuesday for Bacon day New York City una Baltimore to ar range for his lull and winter goods Mrs James Jenkins who has been quite sick for the past week Is ii fH much improved at this writing Mr Bake Bacon and abler Mis Virijle entertained their friends on lnursaay mgni oi iasi wi uk wun h Music was furnished OULiUl U1IU lllfl by tho Hodges Winters orchestra und duiiclng wus Indulged in until Every one the wee sum hours seemed to enjoy themselves and left happy hoping to soon liuvo an Invi tation to unother one Mr Razerblll Height of Swollow field was with us last Tuesday on business Miss Vlrcio Bacon left last Tues day for Hurvleland where she will sjHJiid u week or so with relatives and friends Mr Barnle Harrod and wife spent a few days tho first of tho week at Swullowfield tho guests of relatives and friends i I 1VT Â¬ Mr Paul Weltzel of Lexington visited relatives hero Saturday aud Sunday Misses Mattto and Lily Jones at Â¬ tended the Lexington Carnival on Saturday Hon A J Carroll and wife were guests of Judge W H Holt and wife this week Mai Jas W Blaokbur i and wife of Washington City were in the city on Wednesday Misso3 Hattie nnij Emmie Scott are guests of Miss Martha R Greene in lieorgetown Miss Mai y Watts Brown aid Miss Margn ot Dudley have gone to i Mr Rob Farmer of Lexington soont Sunday with his narentn Mr Ben T Termor and wife in this city Mr Will Goddard who has been tho guost of Mr W W Longmoor has returned to his home in Louisville Mrs Isaao N Cardwell of Win- Â¬ chester was the guest of her sister Mrs S B Holmes in this city this Â¬ Jl 4 - A FEW - j -- an i 3 i Friday Prof MoHenry Rhoads left Sunday O for Leitohfleld nlsht on the 0 Lucas Moore and children who have been attending camp meeting at Parks Hlllreturiied home week Mrs LEADERS JUST FOR A 7J STAlRTER - - t A good bed room suit - A good iron bed A large Mammoth Kbcker A cotton chain matting 15c per yard A Brussells carpet 45c per yard A cotton carpet at 20c per yard I 1250 250 100 VM 1 hW t - jfii Go everywhere else and then come to us and we will i vr 1 ii A SUCCESSOR TO RHODES BURFORD FURNITURE COMPANY George H Stehlin Furniture and Carpets 471 225 Main Street M to Â¬ Result of tho Democratic Primary The held on vacancy Election following is the official vote of the Democratic primary election Friday August 11th for the nomination of a Jailer to fill the caused by the death of the late Jas W Alley as given out by the Commissioners for this county ri n O 13 O rr T3 a a X C PurCINCTB a a 0 a a a Wi Voglers Bridge Court House Market Houao Gab House 46 U2 7 4 9 1 Gaines Stable Bellepoint Cedar Run Bridgeport Benton Balloys Mill Bald Kuou Harvieland Flnt Creek Bwallowfleld 74 85 24 64 4 9 8 1 2 10 1 4 24 16 0 8 8 10 2 8 1 C 8 10 6 23 22 1 10 18 9 2 18 8 1 6 6 67 64 66 DO 6 7 88 77 2 Swltzer Thorn Hill I Forks of Elkhorn Bloomington Orutcher a Sohoolhoaae Utturbaoks Shop Totals 1eaksMill Elmvllle 8 6 40 03 14 8 14 18 9 44 16 67 60 74 8 7 4 0 8 20 27 61 26 1 25 16 6 65 83 22 14 45 22 18 2 2 8 1 8 9 8 7 26 6 1 78 2 62 4 6C4 a 8 4 4 472 85 6 40 8 1 IS 11 5 12 86 82 2 46 6 63 276 1 21 27 48 76 100 29 87 81 45 20 9 726 V - Jl A a 406 295 Total vote 2839 Lawrences plurality 02 The largest vote ever polled by a Democrat in this county heretofore T UiiiTnn tf iflir snrvtsrl ti in 41i4- ui T Tn U1UI fui wub iiiui nf liuu uijuu wiiu invivcu O iu HUU 1L1 UlllUUeU nil the Populists of tho county iiu X A 4 1 i cujsroxixA lBlll IgMtar Â¬ it 7r arf--Red Hot Fron the Qua tut Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dys Â¬ pepsia becuusejlts Ingredentsuro such that It cant help doing so Tho public can rely upon it as u master remedy for all disorders arising from Imperfect digestion Jumes M Thomas M Dln American Journal of Health N Y J E Tylor Dr R P Buckmaster H1 r Red Rose Was tho bull that hit G B Stead man of Newark Mich in tho civil war It caused horrible ulcere that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Cures cuts bruises burns him bolls felons corns skin eruptions Best pile cure on earth 25 cents a Sold by Cure guaranteed box J W Qaylo druggist Osteopath Has opened an office in tho resi Â¬ dence or Mr Chas T Ellwangor No 612 Main street where ho Invites thoso suffering from diseases to call Thero will bo no charge for exami- Â¬ nation Hott8ks an opportunity to demonstrate hla ability Call and seo lilm r0 tf 1 i VL v i tbtHxjlLti3fWtBfL 5 Jfl iAiw JlMlU AMUkttl yMIVK i WW7 f jWVv I j m n d ft w i W i W ft 25 50d0c Â¬ 3 for 25c V A grand assort seamless ment of new neck Brown wear in Club Ties socks Good ser Band Bows Pour i in hands and Tecks viceable quality Â¬ 1 Mens Black and l2PriceP ami 12 I 2c I Any Straw Hat A large stock of in the house at Mens handker half price Quite a chiefs white and number of desirable colored border styles left Â¬ m W F HUDSON Pea Ridge J Carts -- -- EtL m- i K- P i - i M- - Efc Sj 1 We huve been ased by neighbors why wo did not notice Mrs Catch ers death In the Ridge Items nnd we gave the reason even as we give It now that we felt our pen could not do justice to the moiuory of that gentle gracious loving woman whose charity was of that quiet kind that vaunteth not itself whose house was the home of several orphans Her Influence as a Sunday school teacher was great as each one knew that she practiced what she was teaching them Every one that knew her loved Miss Helen as she was lovingly and respectfully called Her death is greatly felt by all her old friends and neighbors Truly a good woman has gone to her reward Though dead her Influence still lives for one of her daughters came near to us Into a house of sIcKna is and death offering help and giving such sinceresympathy to a sorrowing mother that the hearts of those who heard her were greatly touched knowing how recently she had been called topat with her own mother Mrs Dlckerson of Ohoatevlllo still remains very feeble in health Eveiybody here wasgrcatly shock- Â¬ ed and grieved to hear of tne terrible accident that had happened to Mr Sim Tracey son of Mr Jamec Tracey Sam was one of our Ridge boys but now resides in Frankfort We nil hope he may recover School commenced here this week with Miss Jones as teacher She comes highly recommended by Miss Pattie our popular School Superin- Â¬ tendent ana also by former patrons and pupils Mrs John Tate was on the Ridge this week the guest of Mrs w Wheeler Our Dike is having quite a lot of repairs under the able supervision of Mr win Tracey Oumonular and efficient County Judue Dan Moore was on the Ridge this week viewing tne piice wo ao not vouch for the truth of this item but if he was not he ought to have oeen ho we hope our Information is correct I Mr Satn Sparks who mndo his home with Mr Sam Lacefleld has gone to reside at Mr Win Lace Â¬ Â¬ vieland Mr Howard Duvnll talks of taking a trip to the mountains He thinks he will take the short route MIsrfDelma Sheets of Lexington Is very nick with typhoid fever at her aunts Mrs Richard Perry Mr John Oliver and wife passed through our town last Sunday Mrs Quiney Sheets and family spent last Sunday with her parents Mr Joseph Florlan and wlte Mrs L Hannen was the guest of her sou Mr James nitli and fam ily MKs Gracey Church of Half Moon Bottom was the guest of Miss Bessie Smith last Sunday Mr James Smith bought a stand- Â¬ ing crop of three acres of tobacco for thirty dollars Old Batch Â¬ b ter passed through our town last to Investigate the cause of the separ- Â¬ week to visit her daughter at Har ation of Mr Wm Harden and wife Bad Blood Cure Frcel Go After hearing the evidence In the case they will submit the same to the church when they will dispose of it in some manner The Association that was to have been held with the church at Beech Ridge has bten changed to Bagdad and will hold two days the 17th and 18th Inst I I Your humble servant and Close Observer think of taekling the finny tribe in the near future Sufllcc it to say that ho will Observej whllo I will Catch em Millville guest of friends near Frankfort Mr D Waipscott and wife of Owen county are guests of relatives in our place Miss Mr Ira S Shy has returned from a trip to Nicholas county Miss Fannie Daugherty is the Does the Baby Thrive If not something must be wrong with its food If the I mothers milk doesnt nour ish it she needs SCOTTS EMULSION It supplies the I elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requires fort was a visitor here last week Dr Coblin and Messrs C V Tult Frunk and Geo Johnson attended the Elks Fair and Carnival at Lex- Â¬ ington last week Mr John L Amsdcn assisted by Mr Geo BMInary held a Sunday school rally at the Christian Church In our town on Sunday Owing to the rain a number of those who would orherwise would have been present were kept away There was however a good attendance Ad dreases were delivered by yMessrs Auihdenand Minary and by Revs V M Gaines and Smith Hannah Phythlan of Frank- Â¬ cer or the JNose bye Lap Ear JNecK Breast Stomach Legs Or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which is made espec- tnxrtllr Tlrw1 Tlo III 1JIUUU lsiolUIIJT IU I UIC fill 111IIUIU eases Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blemishes Scrofula that resist other treatments are quickly cured by B B B Botanica Blood Balm Skin eruptions pimples red itching eczema scales blisters red or brown patches blotches catarrh rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B blood poison literally Syphilitic driven from the system by B B B Botanica Blood Balm in one to five months B B B does not con- Â¬ tain vegetable or mineral poison Ono bottle will test it in any case For sale by druggists everywhere Lame bottles 1 six for 5 Send for free sample bottle which will be sent by return mall When you write describe symptoms and personal free medical advice will be given Address Blood Balm Co 414 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga 11 Â¬ Â¬ Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can Baby Buggies I JBUfjlHlliH fVx Hfc fA JvtSBSfiat Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers 48 ly Sons The800thingand healing proper tlesof Chamberlains Cough Remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures hnve made it a great favorite with the people every- Â¬ where For sale by J W Gayle druggist 0 I PIUM ANNUAL andWMtkey BR B M WOOLLEY CO utile 104 Mortt Prior 8t- - Bablts cured at home without pain Book ot par ticular sent FREE Â¬ Â¬ Skin Diseases Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT BUStNESS COLLEGE AND NORMAL INSTITUTE SESSION BEGINS FIRST IN SEPTEMBER -- NORMAL DEFT BUSINESS DEPT Mathematics Lnnguace Book keeping Shorthand Typewriting Science English and preparatory for Civil Telegraphy and general Service examination commercial work Call on Deserving students asxlsted to position II C McKEE Principal or address Residence corner Logan and Campbell streets THIRD MONDAY Scotts Emulsion Half v fleld hart gone to reside with her Mr and Mrs John grandparents Tate of Falrview Mr Lacefleld will go buck to his parents home Mr Rebecca Crockett and daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs Fannie Parrent were visit Â¬ ing on the Ridge last week How true I Is that every thing Is uncertain and changeable in this world Just across the pike opposite our gate Is another gate and a house to which In the early Hpring came a bride full of lifeand hope and prom- Â¬ ise up to last week tho little house across the way has been full of light and HJe Now our neighbors house is dark and empty Death has been t ior and robbed the young husband of his bride and us of a sociable neighbor Our hearts are sad within lis Our own home is still filled with life and light but the thought will come how soon will it bo before our house will be Invaded by the enemy and our homo grim silent empty too and a teaspoonful three rour umes a aay in ns or bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a maaicai eiieci upon dudio and children A fifty cent the truth j bottle will prove o of our statements fields SaauM Ukta la aummtr mm Little Mary Louise Corhin who well mm wiaur also made her home with Mr Lace Â¬ i t f f For the speedy and permanent enro of tetter salt rheum and eczema Chamberlains Eye pnd Slcln Ointment is Semaj without an emal It relieves the itching and smaiting almost instantly and Read It its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cires itch barbers itch Attention is called to the notice of icnld head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands Messrs Ira S and Sim Shy as ad- granulated lids chronic sore eyes and ministrators of the late Mr W Dr fauVs Condition Powders for Thos Shy and let those interested horses are the best tonic blood purifier govern themselves accordingly end vermifuge Price 85 cents Sold by Â¬ I July B tSl FARM FOR SALE arm containing SEVENTY SIX I have it ACRES ot land vast ot the Old Crow distillery which I wish to tell There Is a tobacco barn Dwelling rontalnlne four rooms 70x30 feet Well watered by never-fallin- g Usual outbuilding springs for terms 4c anpiy to W H LANTER HMt C 0 ExcHrsioa Rates County Taxes I f SCOTT coc and xoo all drugfUts BOWNE ChtroUu Ntw York f O will Bell August 22 The C Notice is hereby given that the and on the second and fourth Tues Â¬ State nnd county taxes for the year in September round trip tickets 1899 are now due and payable days to Old Point Comfort at 16 good 21 Please come forward ana settle days from day of sale promptly and save the penalty G W Barney D P A Bkn F Sutkb 45 tf Sheriff Franklin County Lost or Stolen I NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Wm Cromwell Trustee vs Ernest Meyer 4c J By virtue of an order made nnd entered tn this cause on Augustl9D 1 will hear and report proof of all claims against Ernest Meer and will also report on liens asserted In the plead Â¬ ings and any other llensof record or which mar be sserted Xj proof before me and to that end all creditors of said iif yer are directed and required and are hereby notlHed to apt ear bfjre mo and provethelrclalmsandllensil any before September 1st 1WW W HPOSEY C0 Scribe Peak Mill fir mi Mrs Eliza Penn who has been very ill for some time wo aro glad to Bay Is better Mr Win Lawrence and family of tiwallowileld wero tho guests of his sister Mrs Uuwen Hockonsmlth lact Sunday Miss Anna Plorce who has boon visiting relatives at Stanton Ky returned homo last Thursday Mri Mary Wheatley and daugh Miles wore guests of Mr and Mrs Wilson Miles Sunday There Is a grapovlne on Uip prom Â¬ ises of Messrs Isaiah and A J wade that is 75 feet in height and 10 inches in diameter Tho vine is In a well preserved state and yet growing Mr Burncy Bryant bought an old how some two weeks ago on Flat Creek and says that the drouth so affected her that ho had to soak her In water two or three days boforo she would hold slop Tho protruded meeting closed at LebanonChurch last Thursday night resulting in 24 for baptism and ono restored Tho candidates were bap Â¬ tised In Stivers millpond on Friday by Rev John Adkius Itev Wm Kuykendall did the preaching Rennle tho two yoar old son of Mrs Ella Hulottodied last Saturday morning of brain fever Romafna Interred In Bagdad cemetery Sun Â¬ day Tho Invmtlmitlnir cninmlttrn met al Indian Fork Church last Tuesday a gold watch was either lost or stolen trom the under Mrs Orpha Hayden of Louisville signed between this city and my Is visiting friends hrp home two miles out on the Versailles pike It had the name W B Rob- Â¬ Mrs Sallie Ilarrod not Hancock Â¬ ofCovingtpn Is visiting friends and inson inside the face case A suitable reward for its return to the relatives in this vicinity Roundabout offlco or to me MrLowry Jenkins and wife Mrs Howakd Robinson Kittle Deakins nnd Miss Minnie 6Mt On Sunday lost Â¬ Hackberry Attention Farmers Son I will As assignee of Miles continue to exchange flour for wheat I urn keeping a stock of lour on hand and will continue to supply the trade with flour uneil further ar- Â¬ rangements are made 51 2t Master Comr F C C E L Samuel Assignee of Miles Son tf August 18 1899 ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Shy d ceased we As administrators of hereby give nutkf io till peno Indebted to said estate lo come frv i a I t heir Indebted Â¬ ness by FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 t 899 Those buvlng claims uu Id ex ut e notified to nresent tb lr claims propeily pnr nss required by law to us by said uiio Bl rt A IRA S SHY blM SHY Administrators Summer In the North VBBS WsM S2a3B IuE 7 STANDS FIRST AMONG WRITING MACHINES SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION SIMPLICITY DURABILITY AND EASE OP ACQUIRSMENT w VTyTr ITEJMr IW The delightful summer resorts of Wisconsin and Michigan are reached by tne Chicago North Western Ity among which are Waukesha Madison Devils Luke Green Lake Gogebic Lake Fox Lake Laku Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Laku Minnetonka White Hear Duluth Ashland and Marquette Freocopy of Hints to Tourists sent on application to W B Kuiskern General Passenger and Ticket Agent W A Cox 135 Vino street Cin- Â¬ cinnati Ohio Â¬ Bean the OASTOniA AVm Kind You Ha9 Always Bought Thb Smith Premier Typewriter co ffi Vwi Signature of 7Wri9ffflft W KMSaiS VfVWWW nWtA Kl r r Be Frankfort fioigalioiit Stroot Fair rnIIU 1 meeting i IIIUH IIIIIUB 1 OFFICE OF UllY IIIIU II i t it 111 l HI- - 11 Entered tit the posfolllco nt FrnnkfortKentucky us seconu cinss maunuio mauer QEO A LEWIS Bf ber A committee was appointed to cull on every inercliaut and FlUNKFOItT 1899 AUO learn the feeling existing for the fair If the merchants unite to Â¬ Well Done gether there is no doubt but the We desire on liclmlf of our city fair Mill be held and that it will be and county to return tlielr sincere beneficial to the city of Frankfort There must be some liberalitv ex nd lieartfelt tlmtiks to the Board of hibited also or else it will not be Health colleetlvelynnd Individually a go for the splendid manner in which J akethc hlksFair atLcxington they have handled this xmall pox and sec what an organized lodge epidemic can do to make as expensive a When they started in on their show as that was a success anil work they were badly handicapped the Frankfort merchants will see It by the opposition of many who wfiat unity of action can do requires unity energy and push should have promptly seconded their with liberality added Then it every effort and nt every step they must be advertised in the county have been Impeded by tho and in the surrounding counties There is hostility of some of their and success will follow every reason why Frankfort should brethren of the medical fraternity Their work was undertaken car wako up and stand as well as her Now let us sec what ried on and completed without hope neighbors the merchants can do if they try of fee or icward other than that of a and then it can bo seen what consciousness of an earnest desire to Frankfort can do united on any do their duty and preserve the lives question of their fullow citizens Dcufiios Cannot 13j Cured Itia Indeed n marvel how rapidly and successfully they have accpnt By local applications as they cannot rencn cno aiBc nsecf portion ot tlio ear pllshid the work of completely Thoro is only one way to euro deaf constitutional stamping out this loathsome disease ness and that is by caused by an remedies Deafness is Since they began ft has been dis inflamed condition of tho mucout lining of the Eustachian Tube When covered that there had been cases in tins tuoe is inuamed you nave a the city and county for four months rumbling sound orimperfoct hearing and when it is entirely closed deaf before It was found out and the ness is the result and unless the in- Ion start which it had was almost flamation can be taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition an Insuperable barrier against a suc hearing will bo destroyed forever nine cases out of ton are caused by cessful battle with it catarrh which is nothing but an in Again we say well done thou flamed condition of tho mucous sur- Â¬ face good and faithful servants you de Â¬ We will give One Hundred Dollars serve and receive the gratitude of a for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by whole city and county Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free J F OHEENEY CO Toledo O Vicious Storm BQTSold by Druggists 76c 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Editor and Pub at tho Court house on luesday evening to take into con Â¬ sideration the question of having a street fair in Frankfort in Octo Â¬ Jim Crepons Crepons This class of goods has received more of our at- Â¬ tention this season than any other Our Black GreDons are without a doubt the prettiest for the money that have ever been shown in our city before They have that beautiful finish and stylish effect vf h i c h charms the eyn and satisfies that inward desire to appear well All we ask dressed is that you call and ex- Â¬ amine our goods for we are satisfied that we can show you some wonderful values ranging from 50c to 250 per yard Â¬ MULKK - HEEKRY H K STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS fc fc t t Aug 19 1899 To Buying Public of Frankfort and Franklin County Ky Ladies and Gentlemen You are cordially invited to attend the Grand Slaughter Sale of Wash Goods Table Linens Towels and Napkins commencing Monday August 21st and continuing 10 days Goods in every department marked down Our Buyer is now in the Kast buying our immense stock and we must tmke room for it Come early and secure the cream of the Bargains Remember the place Yours for Business FRANKFORT KY Bi FRANK HEENEY HEENEYS Dry G oods EmDormm 311 Broadway r e nnnrmrTin ft TiOCJa UWt --A- rt I U BEIST ullUuIjililjij T- AI IH R LOWEST PRICES On Friday night or rather on Saturday morning about 2 oclock one of the hardest storms of wind thunder and lightning which we ever witnessed visited this city and vicinity For nyiro than an hour the wind raged and tugged at trees and every thing else that came in its way and there was an almost con- Â¬ tinuous blaze of lightning without however muci reverberating thun- der Between 3iind4oeInekthernln which hud been threatening all the while came down in heavy sheets and two very sharp and loud claps of thunder came almost together which rolled along for some considerable time shaking houses rattling win- dows c One of the flashes of lightning struck what is known as the Hans brough house on the West Side The house was occupied by Mr Bud Hitierwiute and family Luckily no one was seriously hurt although all wero shocked by tho stroke Com- panjtively little damage was done to Slightly Off The Louisville Free Press in an Â¬ nouncing tho approaching marriage of Mr Waller H Lewis of Wood lake this county and Miss Elodie Helm of Elizabeth town daughter of tho late Gen Ben Hardin Helm fall into the tnistako of saying that Mr Lewis is a son of Judge Jos H Lewis late of tho Appellate bench iewis is tlieson or the late llev Cadwullader Lewis the able und scholarly Baptist divine A Our Fall goods are beginning to arrive In domestics WE LEAD in Although low prices woolen and cotton goods have advanced considerably in price we will continue to offer goods as low as ever NOW is your oppor- Â¬ tunity to save money by buying your staple goods before we are forced to put up the prices -- oraiinn JACOB SWIGERT CO K- T Insurance gents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of til Capital Hotel cmm Popular Wedding Trip I c 8teamer to Is to tllkfi n D Mackinac Island Michigan If you want a delightful wedding trip wliere you are not likely to meet ncquaint- -- IP 7 sSlf gg J the House In and around tho city nearly all the fruit remaining on the trees was threshed oh by the twisting winds Vegetables In tho garden were tossed about and cucumber and tomato vines twisted in every direction Corn was blown down but beyond these things and a few trees broken there was but littio other damage Purchases Property 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 De- troiLMIch 1 lit itveji if 1 A i THE WINSTON SCHOOL -- FOR YOUNG LADIES Rib- Â¬ Collegiate Departments Frankfort Ky Base Ball that the restrictions uqon gatherings has been removed thero will bo a grand game of base ball at Covo Spring Park this Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Tho clubs that will be in tho mix up are tho Frunkforts and the Olympics of Louisville Go out and enjoy tho game Wow Fine Fish Caught The new Fall bons have come in and we have a larger assort- Â¬ ment than ever We cirry in stockall of the different shades and widths and you will find that our prices are very reasonable We have just received sev- Â¬ eral pieces of the pop- Â¬ ular boarding and daysohool for lyoung ladies find children Primary Academic and Anoicntnrid Modern languages a specialty French and German taught by Berlitz method Music Art and Elocution Instruction individ- Â¬ ualized and Tory thorough in nil departments Constant personal influence allko in Dlscipllno that of a well regulated Christian family hours pf stndy and recreation Terms reasonable Session begins SEPTEMBER 12 1889 For information or catalogue address GEO F WINSTON - Principal 49 5t 4 33rd NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT O A R Mr W W Longmoor has pur- Â¬ chased the brick cottngo of Mr Ohas F Exum corner of Second and Main streets South Side Tho price paid was 2100 cash This is a very de Â¬ sirable pleco of property and capa ble of being made a very comfortable home Â¬ Mr Huklll caught a buffalo perch last week Just below tho St Clair street bridge which weighed about twenty pounds It was caught on a fly hook with No 8 spool cotton inc That was a lucky catch Drove Alen Fall Roman Striped Â¬ PHILADELPHIA t WffA September 1st to 4th Low Round Trip Rates from all points South ICyour tickets read via the Queen Crescent Route you can go one way You can stop ovei from Cincinnati and return another at Washington City for a visit and are aho entitled to one other stop over jf you want it Side trips have been arranged for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to Gettys Â¬ burg the Virgini battlefields and he sea shoe tcsorts The train service north via the Â¬ Dreadful Accident Mr John Walker nv lineman of a telephono company in Louisville wan fpftrnHitpri mi Wnflniwrliiu hv condnginVontact with a livedo trie light wire When shocked he fell on tho wire and was held there by a number of other wires until one of his littio flmrors was bnrncd ntf and tho flesh on liU body burned black Ho was tho son of Mr John Walker n former Frankfort man and a nephew of Col Lewis Mangan of this city and all feel tho results in loas of up- 1jlite poison in the blood back UChe nervousness headache and W Gardner idaville Listen to Intl He says Electric Bitters are J11 fing for a man when ho Is lown and dont caro whether f he lives or dies It did more to give 1110 new strength and good appotlto man unyuung 1 couw uiKo i can now eat anything and have a now lease on life Only 60 cents tit J W Gaylos Drug Store Every hot lie guaranteed kidney troubles as well as women Victims to stomach liver and Beltinc which we are selling cheap Sole agents in Frankfort for the celebrated McCall Bazar Patterns none i ioc and 15c higher A Crescent Route Is of the very finest character and makes a pleasure trip of this kind lis pleasant as it is possible to make one FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS arc provided on nuanrw All through trains run on fast schedules night trains and arc vestibulcd Day coaches are provided with lavatories smoking rooms and other conveniences for a long trip and the Pullman Sleepers are of the Remember highest standard Tho Stop overs Circuitous Routes and Side Trips Further particulars gladly furnlabed by Queen ft Oroscont Aenu or by O L MITCHELL DIVISION PAJItNUIII AaiNT TENN OHAITANOaO irnwA aiJftatWBtJS J jC if ilNo i Kaginj Bro I 41 ill i St Clair at Bridge CHA8 W ZELL PMilMOin AOIHT CINCINNATI O OlVltlON W O RINEARSON oenl pssn aqt Cincinnati htd v SKsmEEraea MtMLFUtiMMt M BfflHHf 7tB jrTj vror m m T D p VI T C i iV -- v M 41 i Vft if f r V- r fcx t ft- - H Tf t t ifi Vs v Announcement share of their patronage in the past as well as to the public at large that about September 1st we will occupy the room next to us formerly used by the Louis- Â¬ ville Store with a complete line of jr 74 E take pleasure in announcing to the many friends who have accorded us so generous a j Gents and Boys Popular Priced v -- 3L X X Clothing and Furnishing Goods h It has been our constant endeavor during a business career of over thirty years to give better values for the money in Shoes Hats and Stationery than could be obtained elsewhere and this will be the rule in ournew department as well as the old Our past reputation for honest merchandising and fair treatment is a guarantee to those who give us their support in our new venture that they will receive nothing but the best goods that can be had We solicit a share of your patronage R K McCLURE 212 St Clair Street --Frankfort Ky SON VH rfrat MBF wshBt W Ins W II MP I iWVSffi 5 liV n - t i l1 Vi - I ijciVKj 11 mm wWr - m hi iS flat rv I I r m K juj t w lUfti 10 v f VtfHCj w tfj f W CA i 1 f inXf i Hfe -- TOatj - I tf r t f 0 11 l 1 t- 5 J if I t jtk i y rw uirLnnnnnnnnruuuiruutriJinnnmtnrinnn rLTrinnwimvniinjinnnnntnnnnjuuuinnnnnnnnnnnnnnmmnnnnxvmtnnnnnjw f sg Mlm B 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 everyone s purse m ls v M In tvV M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler ouu Anrinnnrmnnnnrinnnji nnnnri nixrinnnnjinnnnriji Young Peoples Union of the Baptist Isnt it worth your while to visit Church Crescent Cincinnati on the Queen A good programme Is prepared Sunday excursion from Georgetown and especially good solo find chorus Championship ball game and many will add attractiveness to Ascension Episcopal Ohuhoh singing Begins promptly at 330 the other attractions next Sunday Aug A 20th Sw mnall bills or call on your Rov R L McOroady rector Rov hour pleasant place to spend a cool hour ticket agent for particulars Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Morning prayer ana sermon at 11 ah men welcome August 27 Delegation from the Quarantine Withdrawn at OIJ Point a m Afternoon service on Sunday and Brotherhood of St Andrew of the Comfort Wednesday omitted until further Episcopal Church notice Sunday school at 945 a m in the The nuarantine oxitlnir nt Norfolk Qovcrnors Appointments Ohapol and Old Point Comrnrton uri ount of everyone cor All seats free and Yellow Fever having been with Â¬ dially welcome to nil services Gov Bradley has unpointed the drawn this is to notify all concerned following gentlemen as delegates that the Chesapeake and Ohio Itail Baptist Ohurch Rev MBAdams from Kentucky to the National Con wav will resumu the Mile of tickets the pastor will preach at 11 a m ference on Combinations and Trusts to Old Point Comfort and all points No evening service afFected by the quarantine Tho Yountr Peoulos Society will to be held in Chicago Ills Hept The Bi monthly excursions to Old Dean 13 10 U S Senator Win Lindsay Point Comfort on the second and meet at 030 p m Mr Edward Leader fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed Topic What Things aro Injuring Col W C P Breckinridge Gen P commencing with the second Tues Wat Hardin Judge W H Holt the Christian Sabbath In September Round trip Prayer meeting Wednesday night Mr W P Kimball Hon Jno W dav tickets will bo 1500 limited to 21 at 730 oclock days Snndav sohool In the Chapel at 945 Lewis and Col Jno W Yerkes For full information write Special classes for young menv The Governor also appointed the am Geo W Karnky ana aiiareourumnjf in- following gentlemen to prepare an Beats tree Div Passenger Agent vited Lexington Ky exhibit for tho State nt the Great Southern Exposition to be held in Announcement Christian Church Rev George New York City Oct 81 to Nov 26 Dnrsie the paBtor being absent the Hon Lucas Moore Commissioner of Lords Supper will be observed at 11 authorized to announce We Agriculture Col Jas F Buckner ROBT are GRAHAM as a candi Â¬ a ni H evening service No Secretary of tho Louisville Board of of County School Young Peoples Society or Chris - Trade Jos L Bhinock Mayor of date for the officesubject to the action SiiperlnteiulHiit closed until Septemtian Endeavor fil lm Covington John Blitz Mayor of of the Democratic party Pravor meeting Wednesday night Newport J B Simrall Mayor of at 746 in the Chapel Lexington W H Dehoney Mayor Taste and See Topic of Frankfort Luther C Willi Sunduy scbool meets at 930 Geo Tho public will be cordially wol Mayor of Shelbyville E corned to all these services and es Townshend Mayor of Bowling peoially Urangers in the olty Green und Wins G Small Mayor of Catholic Church The usual ser Owensboro The exposition is for the purpose of vices to morrow conauctea oy ev ttnthnr Thomas S Malor the pastor bringing the Souths business in- Â¬ Low raosB at 730 a m High mass terests in closer contact with that of 10a m Vespers at 730 p m Northern capitalists REL1QI0US 1 Mr und Mrs B Lackamp Elston writes One Minute Cough vure saveo ine ine oi our nine ooy when nearly Uead with croup J Ji Tyler Mo Fraier Axle Graase Â¬ Â¬ I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomache I never felt so badly In all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hurdly work I McCurdys drug went to Miller store and they recommended Cham- berllns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dose ilxed me all right It cer- Â¬ tainly is the finest thing I ever used iS33W W forstomnch trouble I shall not be my home hereafter for Not affected by Heat or Cold without it in I should not care to endure the suf-Â¬ Highest Awards at Centennial Parla and Worlds Fair ferings of last night again for fifty Manured pRAZER UBRGAT0R G0 times its price G H Wilson Liv Faetoriati Chclaoo Sf Loult New York eryman Burgettstown Washington My Co Pa This remedy is for sale by J W Gayle druggist MHWC In mMmmjiTssr i J R I f 1 m iff I Bears the OASTOHIA Aas h9 ou HavB m Boi m - Kodol Dyspepsia v i M Â¬ puiyoop h Presbyterian r First McOlnsky Blayney Rev Christian Endeavor Society meets Mr George M Brock left Tuesday at 645 p m in Sunday sohool room Prayer meeting Wednesday even- for Niagara Falls where he will stay ing at 8 until August 25th Miss Daisy Hockensmlth has re-Â¬ trip home from F Methodist church Rov T at turned City und Olda Point to Wash Comfort ington Taliaferro the pastor will preaoh 11 a m Miss Mary Holton speut this week Union Service at 8 oclock p m Sundav sohool meets at 930 a m - in Frankfort with her sister Mrs Prayor meotlug Wednesday even- James W Alley Mr D Morris Brock and brother Epworth League In Sunday school George spent this week in Lexing- Â¬ p m room at 645 ton attending the fair Official Board meetsTuesday even Miss Roberta Moore left Tuesday ing The public cordially Invited to at- for Georgetown and Lexington tend Misses Cox Nichols and Huffman have returned to Lexington accom- Â¬ panied by Miss Brock nmiTiTRRN Presbyterian OnuRon Mrs Pruscllln Stone of Frankfort Rev Wm Crowe jr the paBtor will visited her daughter Mrs Joe Holpreach at 11 a m ton part of this week No evening service Sunday school at 930 a tn Dr Leonard and wife of Frank Â¬ Young Peoples Society of Christian fort are at Crescent view Farm Endeavor meets at 645 p m spending some weeks To all these meetings the public Is cordially invited Miss Eva Hockensmlth has re- Â¬ turned homo after nwepks stay with her cousin Miss May Hockensmlth Misses Lllllth Spicor and Mav At a meeting of tho First Baptist Ohurch hold on Wednesday night a Hockensmlth are the guests of M es committee was appointed to make Mabel Wilkereon near Lexington arrangements for tho entertainment and Elkhorn Lost Between of tho Franklin ABsoolation which a silver bracelet Jetts finder please Tho church in this meets In with that city on Wednesday next at 10 return to Miss Brock and be re oclock a m The following aro tho warded Only Mk committee W 8 Dehonoy J E Klrtlcy Mrs W J Hughes Miss Ora Scottow and Miss Lena Kirtley It Is FOR SALE hoped that those interested will givo this committee all the assistance that About thirty wooden pews In they may require old Chapel of Ascension Church Y M O A NOTES at a bargain Apply to LBMARSHALL Sunday will bo The sorvices this 5i 2t Treasurer conducted by a Delegation from tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pastor will preach at 11 a m No evening service Bunday sohool at 945 a m J Church Finger on Your Pulse uut wnat una or --oiooaf That ia the question la it pure blood or impure blood If the blood ia Impure then you are weak and languid your appetite ia poor and your digestion ia weak You can- Â¬ not aleep well and the morn- Â¬ ing finds you unprepared for the work of the day Your cbeeka are pale and your com Â¬ plexion la sallow You are troubled with Dimples bolls or soma eruption of the skin1 way sot puniy your Diooar along You feel D D the Forks of Elkuom the blood rushlnc DELAYKD IiETTER1 DeWitts Little Early Risers did me morn good than all blood medi writes Geo cines and other pills you a jucods or Thompson uonn Digests Prompt pleasant never gripe they Itartificlally digests the food and aid cure constipation arouse the torpid Nature In strengthening and reconliver to action and give you clean structing the exhausted digestive or- Â¬ blood steady nerves a clear brain gans It is the latest discovered digest and a healthy appetite J E Tyler ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in Â¬ stantly relieves and permanently cure Working Night and Day Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea The busiest and mightiest little SlckHeadacheGastralgiaCramp8anai thing that ever was made is Dr allotherresultsof imperfectdigestion Kings New Life Pills Every pill PrtparcdbyE C OcWltt ACoCbleaao is a sugar coated globule of health J E TYLElt that changes weakness into strength listlessness into energy brain fag Into mental power Theyre won- Â¬ Dr Cadys CondltXoH Powder are derful in building up the health just what a horse needs when in bad Tonic blood purifier and Only 26c per box Sold by J W condition They are not food but vermifuge Gayle medicine and the best in use to put a Price 20 horse in prime condition Want to Rest a Farm cents per package I wish to rent a farm near Frank Â¬ For sale by J W Gayle and fort containing 161 or 200 acres Ad Gayle Co LeCompte dro8s Robert Tjiomale Cure eat Â¬ what 50 21 Frankfort Ky Desirable Residence for Sale Mrs Hensley wishes to dispose of her residence containing 0 rooms fine garden and greenhouse For terms inquire at 41U Ann street 48 4t To the Cool Sea Shore Reliable penoniof dMlrlns s trip to tho Mltrr ud eipenitt pld ihould writs The PATKMXRBCORD Baltimore Paris Exposition mechjnlcl orlnTentlTommd with goo Md- - WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In tbs Also Ileal Estate Agent Courts ot Franklin and tne adjoining counties will also glre special attention to the pnr and enase and sale ot real estate collection ot rents elalros and ttieneaotlatlon of loans Great low rate excursion from Georgetown to Atlantic City and Capo May via the Queen Crescent Route and Pennsylvania Lines Ten days stop over in Philadelphia if desired Ask ticket agents for full partic ulars Â¬ Take It a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can It is feel the difference atronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blood If you are bilious take They greatly Ayers Pills Tbey aid the Sarsaparllla cure constipation also will do It MMfo q but Dooterm WrUethemfreelyallthepartlcnUrs tn your cats You will receive a prompt reply witnout eon I Address ou J u AYcn isovreu Our baby was sick for a month with severo cough and catarrhal For RentStore Room Although wo tried many fever remedies she kept getting worse uutil wo used One Minute Cough The large store room In Masonic Cure It relieved at once and cured Temple one of the best in the city B L Nance Is offered for rent Apply to dipt her in a few days Prin High School Buffalo Texas B C Milam or Uen T Farmer Ml J E Tyler cored DROPSY Remedies Haye Incues many thousand ten cUd honftlAMfl CDXXDwlth Tegetabls aOOOO Wall Paper 4t I days at least two thirds ot all symptoms romov t Vxttminlslt und TEH DATS treatment free Olt U U CREEBI 80HSBOX K Atlanta Ga prices bicycles ai tf bolts of wall paper nt low Remington aiitl Cuuvfonl M A Colmkh uhi Try tho Capital Steam Laun ilry for a clean shirt or collar Telephone 17 - 10 tf Kodol Dyspepsia Curt Dloeuts what you eat V1 r mvmmmiMimMawz jinrry rr urn WWTi MID SUMMER - CLEARANCE - SALE EVERYTHING MARKED SHIRT WAISTS waists now 50c 125 waists now 65c 150 waists now 75c 200 waists now 100 Ready to wear skirts in pique and linen at tnoderate prices DON MILLINERY Trimmed bonnets and hats at half former prices Sailors from 25c up LAWNS From 4c yard up Dimities worth 15c now 10c Dimities worth 20c now 2j4c Dimities worth 270 now 20c Genadines worth 40c now 15c ico VAL LACES jj UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS 98c for Gloria 200 doz Val Laces and sale at 20c doz yards and up Insertions on SILKS 48c for silk worth 65c 68c for silk Worth 85c 78c for bilk worth iqo 100 for silk worth 150 All our colored wool dress goods including checks at cost up-to-da- te Umbrellas with beautiful MATTINGS AND RUGS A lot short pieces of matting and a small lot of rugs at bargain prices liahdles worth 150 Parasols at big reductions JOHNSON DEATHS HOGE - 3x1 Main Street PRICES Ml m7i tfe v WKiSENDUnou At h home near Paynes Depot on Saturday Mr A HWeisenburgh died of consumption aKed about 42 years I fw iw iiiauinui iuu VVu nunKitrff WB ft Will KllOWII miller ond was an upright gentle man He was a brother of Mr L B Weiscnburgh and MreV A Knl tenbrun of this city He leaves a wife and five children to mourn his untimely end Hehndju9t returned from Colo Â¬ rado whence he had gone In hopes of recuperating Smith At her home in Louisville Mrs Josephine on Wednesday Smith widow of the late Xemon 3ol D Howard Smith aged 73 years Mrs Smith was well known and beloved in tills city where she lived so long with herMaraented husband She was a good woman an earnest Christian a faithful member of the Baptist Church for many long years The remains were taken to Lex Â¬ ington for Interment by the side of her husband The sympathy of a host of friends is extended to the bereft family Stigeus At his home near Ben Â¬ son on Thursday last Mr Samuel Stlgers aged 68 years of heart disÂ¬ - LARGEST i STOCK - LOWEST Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime Ce ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hoses Farming Implements Guns Powder Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deering Mowers and Binders Majestic RangesDiamond Wall Plaster Curries Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver - m MATRIMONIAL a ST CLAIR STREET ooiiiXjJinxrs Stamping Ground Keep Cool By Taking Won the Prize a Lake Trip 1 ease Ktrfrtt m Mr Stlgers had the misfortune to lose his wife about a year ago and since then he seemed to gradually lose his hold on life He was an earnest Christian man a member of Mt Ziun Christian Church His sor row3 hud been many us ho had lost xl wife and eight out of eleven chlj- fdren before hi laid down lifes bur- The neighborhood has lost a srood citizen and his church a de voted member Saturday Mr John Gross Haly and Miss Annie Ford of this city were married by Esq F A Graves They were elopers Lewis Helm Authoritative an npuncement is madoof the approach- Â¬ ing marriage of Mr Waller HLewis of Woodlake this countyand Miss Elodie Helm daughter of the late Gen Ben Hardin Helm and his wife Mrs Emily Todd Helm Miss Helm is a charming young woman very domestic in her tastes Mr Lewis is the third son of the Itev Dr Cadwnllader Lewis and 1 a first cousin of tho editor of the Roundabout As a Christian and gentleman In the highest sense of both tcrmsMr Lewis is at the froat Firm Dissolved Haly Ford In Lexington on The tine Brown Leghorn pullets owned by Mr B J Nickles of this city won both the first and second prize at the Lexington Fair and Car- Â¬ nival last week But few knew that Mr Nickles was a bird fancier and breeder and therefore tho surprise was greater when he quietly sent his beautiful birds to Lexington and beat out the oldest and most succesful fanciers of this region We congratulate him upon his well earned victory A diseased stomach surely unde mines health It dulls the brain kills energy destroys tho nervous system and predisposes to insanity All dyspeptic and fatal diseases troubles are quickly cured by Kodol Dynpepsia Cure It has cured thou Â¬ sands of cusps and is curing them every day Its ingredients are such that it cant help curing J E rlen r v L N will sell round trip tickets toSheliuvillti Aug 22d to 25th at onefure account fair at that point Tyler H Klaren has The firm of Ahler been dissolved by mutual consent Mr Nick Klaren retiring The business will be conducted by Mrs M Abler at the old stand Mr Klaren has taken a position with Rogers Bros at their bakery aud confectionery No 38 St Clair street The New Express Agent Resignation Appointment Â¬ w WOnCN CAN DEPEND ON IT Bend n out cent itaiuni to tuv out of mall ling only for a free copy of hU great tooo pace kuooic Auarci ur k v fierce uuiuio N Y You have my manv heart felt thanks for your kindly advice to me in my sick Â¬ ness also for your book the Common Sense Medical Adviser which I received two years ago and which I could not do wunoui it is an tne JJoctor I nave nail since I got it I had female trouble and Wednesday was tho hottest day of Or Pierces Favorite Prescription cured tho year the thermometer register Â¬ me of five years sickness Mrs Claus Nelson Pico Heights Los Angeles Cal ing 100 In tho shade At night the was terriblo and at 1280 p m ffflWI Wo noticed several days ago thnt Mr J W Graham had resigned his position as agent of the Adams Ex- Â¬ press Co lu this city Last week Mr Graham loft for Louisville Tho company has appointed Mr W E Johnson cashier of tho express office in Lexington to fill the vacancy Mr Johnson has been in tho em Â¬ ploy of the company for some twenty vears and comes with the best of Ho took charge recommendations of tho office on Monday morning Our business men generally had asked the company to appoint Mr 0 Gran Graham cashier of tho local office to the position but tho com pany adhered to its iong tlmo rule to appoint those who had been with tho company n long time We are glad to know that Mr Graham is to re- tain his placo with tho new agent Wo welcomo tho now manager to our city and hope ho will find his now placo and homo to his liking Dr John L Long Superintendent of the Institute for Feeble minded Children tendered his resignation to Gov Bradley on Monday to take effect at once Gov Bradley accepted the resigna Â¬ tion and that afternoon appointed Dr Jns R Ely of this city to fill the vacancy Dr Long Is an able and efficient officer and we regret that he has found It necessary to sover his con- Â¬ nection with the Institute He will resume the practice of his profession probably at his old homo in Louis- Â¬ ville Dr Ely is one of our most thoroughly equipped and well posted physicians Is a man of fine executive ability nnd will make a splendid officer Mr J T Reynolds of Cynthiana visited his family here this week Miss Mattie Kelley was the guest of Miss Lena Kirtley in Frankfort tola week Mr Wm Cromwell the attorney from Frankfort was here on Tues Â¬ day Messrs Trundle and Hayner have gone to tho Hogsett place near town to live The crops were all greatly im- Â¬ proved by the late abundant rains especially corn and tobacco Mr J W Bond sold 42 stock hogs to Mr Geo Pugh for 350 per hundred They averajjud about 170 pounds He also sold to Mr James Thomason 10 heifers at 375 per hundred pounds Henry Chambers colored has gotten himself into trouble by borrow- Â¬ ing a horse and coat without the re Â¬ spective owners consent Ho took the horse to Frankfort and put him up at a livery stable and ottered the coat for sale as low as ten cents His chances to go to the pen are good We are glad to learn that Dr E H Black Is improving and it Is thought that he will recover from his tall by which lie broke his kne eap Yacob Â¬ two-year-o- ld Visit picturesque Mackinac the island or cool breezes or tho annnrt inlands the Georgian Bav Routn Travel via D C the Coast Line to the Northern Summer Resorts Send 2 cents for illustrated pam- Â¬ phlets Address A ASchantz G P A Detroit Mich Hamilton Clark of Chauncey Ga says he HUffered with itching piles piles twenty years before trying De Witts Witch Hazel Salve two boxes of which completely cured him BeÂ¬ ware or worthless and dangerous counterfeits J E Tyler Special Rates via Southern Railway Â¬ Water Pipe Burst The water pipe in front of tho store Berberich on St Clair street burst and was causing damage to tho brick street The employes of tho water worksset to work on Tues Â¬ day to repair the break It was hnrd work to get the brick up and still harder to get down to the broken pipe It was finally repaired and tho street replaced of Mr V Shelby County White Fair Shel byville Ky August 22 25 Rate one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale August 222324 and for morning trains August 25 final limit August 20th lb99 Shelby County Colored Fair Shel byvllle Ky August 30 31 Sept 1 Rate one fare for the round trip Tickets on sale August 30 31 and morning trains Sept 1 final limit Sept 2 1899 Louisville Colored Fair Association Louisville Ky August 22 20 Rato ono faro for the round trip Tickets onsale August 25 and 20 final limit August 28 1899 Louisville nnd Jefferson County Colored Fair Louisville August 15 19 Rate one fare round trip Tick Â¬ ets on sale August 15 and 10 final limit August 21 1899 For further information call on nearest agent Southern Ry Wm H Tayloe Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky Buntht asTonxA im Kind you Haw Always Boqpt heat tho thermometer showed 01 Many persons slept but llttlo and were almost exhausted His service as one of tho Com missioners of the Institute has made ETyler him well aware of tho duties which Annual Encampment Q A R Philapertain to the position nnd it will delphia Pa not bo like appointing a new man to tho place Onaccount of tho Annual Encamp Wo congratulate tho Governor ment of tho G A R Philadelphia upon his selection and the Institute Pa the Frankfort Cincinnati Rail Â¬ way will Sept 1st to 4th inclusive upon its now Superintendent sell tickets to Philadelphia aud re turn limited to Sept 12 1899 at 15 Parted With His Tawny Locks for the round trip J R Newton G P A Col Joe L Bohannan whoso flowing tawny locks have made him Private Sale a conspicuous figure upon our streets for some time finally concluded to I still have a surrey nnd a carpet disguise himself and accordingly on together with a fow pieces of furni Â¬ Monday last had his hirsute append ture for salo Apply at tho residence age cut off Ills best frlouds hardly FarmorsBank Walleh O GnEEN know him on tho street 51 lt Administrator Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kodol Dsspepsla Cure thoroughly digests food without aid from tho stomach unci at tho same time heals and restores the digestive organs It is tho only remedy that does both of these things and can bo relied upon to permanently cure dyspepsia J For Rent Cheap Tho Miss Mag Exum property on Murray street Apply to L F Johnson 85 tI Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to tho public to know or one concern in the land who are not afraid to bo gener Â¬ ous to tho needy nnd suffering Tho proprietors of Dr Kings Now Dis Â¬ covery for consumption coughs and cuius uuvu given nway over ten million trial bottles of tills great medicine nnd have tho satisfaction of knowing It has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma bron Â¬ chitis hoarsoness and all the diseases of tho throat chest and lungs aro cured by it Call on J W Giyle druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 60c and 1 Every bot Â¬ tle guaranteed or price refunded Ihife i J u aJJVfhlBWyg7lBfJrinL2AlIJWMUiik tMJHaaKlgWiMPiBBBMWtMMBPR JMI imMMMM B nfmiTfPTlJrfHWnprii RTFV ft TWrJf Ypjpww5pp5flp5flpjflp TvifiWTT EIEKI Isr V vivj KfSj 3 Vi Ilfc iVk V Vi Vi 11 tfi i v mWlHik w2 Vii i Vi fti Vi i V ivkV1 Vk ALL SUMMER GOODS MUST UK SOLD D kk ji m Furnishings Hats For Bargains in Summer Shoes and Clothing Caps Trunks Valises and Telescopes We Lead Them All MwAunpvaran HJIWHI HTITIH1 St C ORU TCHER MensCO MENS SHOEs Mens low cut tan shoes 225 were Mens Vici Kid Southern Ties 2 3 but come and got the lilt bargains g Dont ask for reasons Mens linen suits 175 were 350 Mens linen suits 300 were 450 Mens linen suits 350 were 500 Mens linenpants 75c Mens linen pants 100 Childs linen suits 75c were 100 Childs linen suits 90c were 125 Mens all wool Cassimere suits 500 were Mens Dress Suit Cases 200 to 750 We have just received the largest line of 00 25 were 3 00 Mens Tan Vici Kid Shoes 398 were 500 Mens Tan Vici Kid Shoes 250 were 3 00 All ladies pointed toe shoes and Oxfords trunks ever shown in this city A large size ladies canvas trunk Come and see them Telescopes in all sizes and prices Cash only at these prices 500 m ssra ik JUiVfl 7 50 125 All Summer Shirts 5 Mm Big line of boys knee pants suits 175 were 200 and 225 Childrens fancy striped summer pants 10c Mens Cassimere pants 100 were 125 and 150 Big cuts clean through our large line of summer clothing for cash only mens pointed toe shoes 150 Dont ask them charged HATS AND CAPS All 25c linen hats i8cf All 50c linen hats 25c All 25c linen caps 18c All 50c linen caps 25c 50c straw hats 25c 75c straw hats 38c 1 00 straw hats 50c straw hats 65c 125 1 50 straw hats 75c o ifi Ladies Summer Shoes Oxfords pi Kit Kid Oxfords 68c mostly large sizes 1 00 Oxfords for 90c j2 5 Oxfords for 1 10 r50 Oxfords for 125 200 Oxfords for 165 250 Oxfords for 210 300 Oxfords for 249 350 Oxfords for 275 50c shirts 40c 65c and 75c shirts 50c 1 00 shirts 75c A good working shirt for 20c Good balbriggan undershirt 20c Good balbriggan drawers 202 Good tan and bladk sox 10c 3 for 25c Good handkerchiei 10c 3 for 25c Good silk ties 10c 3for 25c Wash ties 5c r x 20c straw hats 100 250 straw hats 125 300 straw hats 150 Mens white laundried shirts 100 Boys swimming trunks 20c Good suspenders 10c Good suspenders 15c These are for cash yc f - worth MiwMniHihiaiiiciaiawirrij tt wrjrrwmj wWwhwwj wmm mi mnmm D FRANKFORT KY HUNTINGTON CO W VA MM i ISSS3SES53 seen over hero for some time What A Alother Tells How She Saved Her Lit is the racket now Has Bertha gone tic Daughters Life on him or has lluss got his - SOUTHERN The Antl- - Goebel Democratic State back time RAILWAY Convention met at Lexington on I am the mother of eicht children Mr William Rambo looked quite There were Wednesday afternoon IN KENTU KY ft MIITU UWIU ll lonesome last Wednesday night at unrl Ivivn linrl n irrmif rlnnl if nvtinf 1W1 Bomea600 delegates present when the debate because Ida was not ience with medicines Last summer Schedule la effect Juno 11 1801 my little daughter had the dysen Â¬ tho Convention was called to order there No 3 No S No KABTHOHNn tery in its worst form We thought 110 counties Lv Louisville representing 7uam liOpra 74 pm Look out John Willie will get she would die I tried everything I Ar SbclbyvlUo IOlun riaipm 907pm The following gentlemen were tho your time He is not afraid of get Â¬ could think of but nothing seemed Ar Larcncebe UMain 02jpm liriopm III innm Upm lCWpm Ar Vcrsnlllcs ting bit by the dogs to do her any good I saw by an ad Ar Lexington i nominees liatfam 71fipm 1035pm vertisement in our paper that Cham Â¬ WEST1IOUNU Young John No 4 No a NoI guess the farmers are glad the Governor Hon 730am iiDm 515am election is over for the candidates berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Lv LexinKton Brown of Jefferson 7R5am 4B2pm 537am called on them no often they detained Remedy was highly recommended Ar Vereallles 820am MSpm SKSam Ar Larencobtc Lleut Gov MaJ P P Johnston them from thier work and sent and got a bottle at once It Ar Shelbyvllle 012am a 05pm 632am proved to bo one of the very best Ar LouUvlllo 1040am 735pm 755am of Fayette a Mr Claxton WESTUODNU Attorney General Hon L P buggy Burton out boyshas he new medicines we ever had in the house EA8TUOUNU 11 will It saved my little daughters life I No lliNo or Look No 12 No It STATIONS of Daviess Tanner beat you all am anxious for every mother to 4oopml 7wam Lv Loulsvtl Ar 735pm 1040am 810am Auditor Frank A Tasteur of Miss Ellen Thompson was tho know what an excellent medicine it 630pm100Oam Lr LarnobreAr 6ICpm 720am 7 15pm 1043am ArliaronsDgiv 425pm Caldwell guest of Mias Nannie Rambo on is Had I known it at first it would 730piny65am Ar uurgin iv 415pm 710am have saved mo a great deal of anx Â¬ EA8THOUND WESTBOUND John C Droege of Wednesday last Treasurer iety and my little daughter much No 15tNo767 STATIONS No ialtNo68 Kenton Miss Bessie Smith was the guest of suffering Youra truly Mrs Geo 4oopin 740am Lv Loulsvll Ar 1040am 735pm Secretary of State Capt Ed L Misses Bertha and Bettio Daily last F Burdlck Liberty R I For sale 583pm 000am Lv bhelbvll Ar OI2iml 005pm B50pm 1025am Lv Vcrsllos Ar 750um 415pm week by J W Gayle druggist Hines of Warren 710pm 10am Ar Midway Lv 700am 328pm 740pm 1205pm Ar ueorstn lv 700am 300pm Â¬ We are glad to see Mr Luther Superintendent of Public InstruWESTBOUND EASTUOUKD Just What You Waot ctionRev E O Guerrant D D of Pierce out again BTATIONS tNo ftltNo 2 tNo lltNo 6 Miss Bettie Daily was accompanied 740am 400pm Lv Loulsvll Ar 1040am 7S5pm Jackson Versllcs A Look Louis home by For the past six months we havo 1022 am a 50pm Lv Nlchlvill Ar 7tMiam 445pra Commissioner of Agriculture G nut Tfilin MraniYtntmrlv Sheet hn lffr USam 355pm II 02am 738pm Ar will in w been selling The Red Circle Pill a 1158pm a 30pm Ar lilchmnil Lv 005am 300pm j H VanDerveer of Lincoln 145pm Ar Irvine Lv preparation originated by an old and 105pm Miss Cora Roberts has returned No 3 No The race is now made up with live STATIONS successful Kentucky physician and home from a visit to Swallowfield Louisville 74nm 745pm tickets in the field used by him for sixty years in the Lv LexinKton 104am 1035pm Claude it is right nice for you and treatment of all liver kidney and Ar Tho Lexington Convention will 7Opm 745am John to know how to fry chickens stomach troubles Tho Red Circle Ar Knozvllle MOam 110pm Ar Abbeville make a fight for the rooster as the but I think you might have divided 500um Savannah Pill has not been advertised in Ar Jacksonville fWam Ar party emblem BLIND dog with us Frankfort Our sales however have Ar Chattanooga 610pm 025am been phcnominal and in every in- Â¬ Ar Atlanta 10am 1150am New Departure Rev J M Yingling pastor of the 110am 2 5pm Â¬ Ar Macon P 10am 9 10am Bedford Street Methodist Church at stance tho remedy has given satisfac- Ar Jacksonville tion If you are suffering from dys Lv Chattanooga tt 80pm 045am Head the big ad of Messrs It K Cumberland Md says It affords pepsia indigestion constipation bil- Ar Birmingham 1006pm 1130am me much pleasure recommend 2mm RSOpra Son in to days paper Chamberlains Colic to Cholera and iousness jaundice palpitation ver- Â¬ Ar Meridian McClure a 25am Ar New Orleans Thoy have branched out as we an- Â¬ Diarrhoe Remedy I have used it tigo or with an old fashioned head S 5 and 0 between Loulsvlle Trains Nos ache If a female from painful or in nounced they would do Theyuro and know others who havo done so sufficient orexcessive menstruation or nnd Lexington carry Kreo Observation Chair first class and reliable merchants and I have never know it to fall It is a from any trouble arising from a dis Cars sure cure when in timeForMilo arranged or torpid liver No connects at Lexington dally with the Red through sleeping cars to Chattanooga Iilrm those wishing bargains could do well by J W Gayle druggist Circlo Pill is warranted to rellove Ingham and Now Orleans and through floorer to visit them Next Week you or wo are directed to refund you from Chattanooga to Atlanta Macon and Jack Sulphur Lick your money Try n box at 25 cents sonville Nos 3 and 4 through sleepingcitrs bn Trains family you will never twoen Louisville and Utrmlnglinm connecting Wn havo recolved a communica Once in yourthem nt Lexington with throuuh Iullman sleeper W McKeo Har via Harrimun betweon Knoxvtlle Aslievllle niin rnvmoN nr wnnrliir smlliS tion from our valued friend Col bo without die J W Gayle 35 tf Columbia Savannah and Jacksonville since tho rains Cox of Galveston Texan Len The only lino with three dally trains be begun her whichJ owing to Mis3 Lfiia Hancock tween Ioul8villo Sholbyvlllo and Lexington tho pressure upon Sad Death tDally excopt Sunday Other trains dully school on Monday Ia9t our columns by advertisers we will A Wjiedon I T A STSwirr Vts T A Every body was delighted with not bo able to publish until next II n JUIIUI J1U1II t Lexington Ky LouUvlllo Ky rMAii iMa uy IjyAlllUMl wti a A IJAIUD T P A Loulsvlllo Ky the debate It was a grand success week It will well repay perianal M CUM T M learn that Mrs Nora Johnson wife KSaANNON3d VlOM J Wo wero with a largo attendance Washington DO Washington D C of Mr Sam Johnson of color son WATUIIKalA WMIITAVIOKAC1PA glad to havo Mr Gus Hancock and During tho civil war as wall as in Washington I C Loulsvlllo Ky Mr Eddie Green with us The de our late wur with Spain diarrhoea of tho well known drayman Mr lators are Messrs Howard Duvall was one of tho most troublesome Sam Johnson of this city died on William Rambo Harrison Leo the army had to David Rambo Henry Gwinn and dlsea In many instances it contend Friday night last She was formerly became Nora Williams a teacher in tho Lex Â¬ with others chronic anil the old soldiers still I Miss Zulur Burchfield of Forks of sutrer from it Mr David Taylor of ington colored school - T For Infants and Children in Elkhorn is visiting relatives at this Wind Ridge Greene county Pa is One Minute Cough Curo quickly one of theso He uses Chamberlains place cures obstinate summer coughs anil The Kind You Have Always Bought Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Look out Mr Zun or Miss Nan and says lie never found anything colds I consider It most wonder on you She Is very will go buck Bears tho W safe Iff s that would plvo him such quick ro ful medlclno quick and Wis notlonatc J E Slgnaturo of ller It is for sale by J W Gayle W Merton Mnyhow CUCA4K Tyler Mr Eddie Wright has not been druggist Anti Qoebcl Democratic Ticket h- THE m THIETT i c Encyclopaedia Britannica BUTBIIB OCTAVO VOLUMES I V 1 The Torch 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