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I r THE FItUKFORT ROUND BOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 1l00 In Advanoc t VOL XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 201901 NO 32 t ALUMNI RESOLUTIONS TbeJollowing resolutions were p 5 adopted by the Alumni Associn tion of the Frankfort High School nt ii meeting held on Tuesday 7afternoonr Whereas God who knowethand L dooth nil things that nro boat for Hischildren hnth in His infinite wisdom suen fit to remove from our midst one ofour beloved r members Georgia Payne there pfore be it cR Repolvefl That tno Alumni As socintion of the Frankfort High Jtt School feels her loss deeply and ox tends to the bereaved family its heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of grief- Resolvodj Tlmf n this death the association has suffered an irre parable loss as she was an honor to our number and by the purity of her life hns left us a noble example worthy of imitation Resolved fhn i a copy of these resolutions he sent to the family and to the city papers FLORENCE JACKSON 02 PRUDENCE BRAWLER 04 GIGO C DOWNING 05 THE INDIAN AND THE NORTH WEST A handsomely illustrated book just issued and containing 115 pages of interest ing historical data relating to the settlement of the great northwest vith fine halftone engravings of Black Hawk Sitting Bull Rod Qloud and other noted chiefs Ousters hattle ground and ten- 0olora l map plates showing location of the various tribes dating back tc WOO A caroful review of the book impresses one that it is a valued contribution to the his tory of these early pioneers and a copy should be in every library Price 50 cents per copy Mailed postage prepaid upon receipt of this amount by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago 11- 1BOOKDAYEXERCISES Normal School lIErnnkfort April 17 1001 i Editor Roundabout Will you please giye space in your columns fcr the following of our Book Day Ex 11program Those exercises are to occur on Friday afternoon April 26 at 2 oclock We shall be v pleased to welcome to these exercises very many of your readers and we certainly appreciate the consideration of our white friends which is manifested iu giving us good books for our library Very truly etc JAMES S HATHAWAY PROGRAM Chorus= MayA ken School PrayerRev Robert Mitchell Anthem XXIII Psalm Kirk patrick School Quotations on Books By Students M 41cloll Song Choral Class A Vr Kflv L W Burton D i D Bishop of Lexington Diocese Solo Excelsior Vontilzer 3eo W Wood Remarks by Visitors Music Folk Song Choral Class t Presentation of Books Thanks to Contributors Henry 0 Everett jSr cOld Kentucky Home Audience ct y1 Benediction THE BET BLOOD PURIFIER The blood is constantly being V irifiea by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep these organs in u c condition and the bowels Irregular and you will have no a purifier FQr this purI rpbse the e is nothing equal to Ghftuiborlnns Stomach and LiverI one dosfl of them f butfile liroe 25 cents Samples free at Longiifporp r PROMOTIONS AND INCREASES Following the readjustment of salaries of Postmasters as periodically made by the Post office Department of the Government on Wednesday made public the promotions of clerks in post offices in Kentucky as the result of increased receipts as shown by reports for the year ending March Q1 The increases are effective July 1 The following are on the Kentucky list Ashland one clerk to bo promoted from 40Q tc 500 per annum Bowling Gro utVO clerks to be promdted from 700 to 800 Covington one clerk from 5PO to 000 one from 700 to 800 three from 800 to 000 Frankfort two from 500 to 000I two from 000 to 700 son one from 500 tb 000 Hop kinsyille one from 400 to 500 two from 500 to 000 Lexing ton one from 500 to 600 three from 000 to 700 two from 700 to 800 two from 800 to 000 one from 1200 to 1800 Owens boro one from 000 to 700one from 700 to 800 one from 800 to OOj Maysville one from 400 to 500 and one additional clerk will be allowed Newport one from 100 to 800 one from h00 Ito 400 two from 500 to 000 one from 500 to 700 oho from 600 to 800 one from 700 to 800 one from 800 to 000 two from 000 to 1000 ohe from 1000 to 1100pne additional clerk will be allowed Paducah three from 500 to 000 one from 000 to 700 one from 700 to 800 Paris one from 800 to 400 one from 500 to 000 Winchester two from 400 to 500 FOR SALE 3000 2 year old asparagus roots 10000 stritwbery plant of tho best varieties and nil kinds of vegetable plants in season nt AUG LEOLERES Thorn Hill P 0 Prnnkfort Ky Mari 281m MONTGOMERY THEATRE Mr Walker Whiteside is always sure of a warm reception in Mont gomery He has many admirers in this city who look upon him as already in the front rank of American actors and who watch hid career and his progress with interestHe seep last night nt the Montgomery Theatre in Heart and Sword U The play is a romantio drama a costume play It is not weak in spots from which a spectator Uncoil sciously looks about for its defecjfcs It is n story of court intrigue and of a Prince Charming winning his lady love in disguise Mr Whiteside appeared as the amiable and easeloving Prince who stoppd short in his career that he might save his country The part affords tho young actor a spendid opportunity for the dis play of his rare talent In every sense ho carried about him an air of power nnd reserve force His magnificent voice one of the most attractive gifts was never hoard to better advantage In- dri z11atic scones reaching almost to the tragic he rose to the great est heights and in these passages few players on the American stage could equal his portrayal of thoso emotions and passions Mr Whitesido with leis associate 5h players was forced to respond to two curtain calls Miss Lolia Wnlstdn is lending lady with Mr Whiteside this sea son She appeared as the Princess Sylvia In every scene she was regal looking and the princess ns she portrayed her was a splendid character Miss Walstons impersonation was thoroughly satis factoryMiss Helen Wilcox a beautiful young woman played the part of Ernestine very acceptably Mr Lawrence J vnrtns the traitor Stalbaoh wns forceful and impressive One of the cleverest bits Of acting evee seen on the Montgomery stage was the drunk on scene of Mr B Mack as Count Oscar The company throughout was intelligent nnd capable A crowded house witnessed the performance Montgomery Ala Paper Irhoas famous little pills De Witts Little Early Risers will re move all impurities from your system cleanse your bowels make them regular South moor and W McKeee Hardiei ILow Rates Low rates are announced for the following named occasions via Queen Crescent Route Western Gas Association Louis ville May 1517th Medical Society of Kentucky Louisville May 224th National Association Credit Men Cleveland June 1218th American Association Niirsory men Niagara Falls June 1214th National Electric Medical Asso ciation Chattanooga June 18 20th Knppa Alpha Convention Richmond Vn June 2528th Conference Epworth League Harriman Tenn April 1810th Ask ticket agents for particulars A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENGLAND I consider Chnmbrlnins Cough Remedy the best in the world for bronchitis says Mr William Savory of Warrington England It has saved my wifes life she having been a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being most of the tine confined to her bed She is now quite well It is a great pleasure to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be able to publish ten timohinls of this character They show thnt gront good is being done pnin and suffering relieved und valuable lives restored to health and happiness by this great remedy It is for sale by W Gayle JI John L Scott will sell his beau tiful Edgowood Home at public auction at 8 p m Saturday May 4 1001 It fronts nearly 800 feet on East Main street nnd about 27 nores Half contuinsI ance in 10 years at 5 per 804t KEPT HIS LEG ITwelve years ago J W Sulli van of Hartford Conn scratched his leg with a rusty wire Inflam mation and blood poison set in For twoyears he suffered intensely amIIused Ole bottle of Electric Bitters and one and onehalf boxes of Bucklens Aruba salve and my leg was sound and well ns ever For eruptions eczema tetter salt rheum sores and nil blood disorders Electric Bitters lies no rivnl on earth Try them For sale by JtY1 Gayle Will guar moneyQJy Ioe i r t Wy 2 4a 1 e1j it t f i i rfe A The House With a Reputation For Houest De ling r ArpWC Ready Jf In our new room with our new spring ooclsIlr4 If you want whats up to date come to Mc Clures r 1 M rchant Tailoring yOur cutter Mr W H Moran has alreadyark 4 established a reputation by the style and fit of Vihis garments as the best ever in Frankfort v have a large assortment of the tievesc Irv l ireweaves both foreign and domestic ofsuinng it 4 your measure with Mr Moran and you x will have a suit you will be proud tq wear 25 x I1 rand up 1 i t i tJl Readutowear 4- cmtmn1 r N1 i 7W We can show yOuNin this department a line pf suits that can not fairjfto please YouAll Jtfi wool suits from 750 to X20 and a perfect fitJrt2 no matter what price r IDlAI KID SHOES J We have more styles of these popular shoes w tfthan were ever before exhibited in Frankfort 1t Mens Shoes and Oxfords 400 500 6oodLadies Shoes 3 oo and 350 Oxfords 250 300 and 350 JA t V i H1Ki McClure Son 1 it 212214 ST CLAIR STREET r t 1 M x41 ii IIIl r fWrj ii fo tJt SJL v d tl V rit tN V iiC w e J TJW v 1irj e1 i il J M SAFFELL C W SAFJFELL r r 1 SAFFELLSViS Staple and z i Fancy Groceriese 4ILlr ir China and Glassware1 l FeWInes and fir r Whiskies 1 fr Jt WJi4 JJt callS4 j1r JMSaffelISon ialr tw r r 1 111a arLa IIJ 4si4 Jr tr 4 rtot N PERSONAL b Mrs C Fu arzi visited her sis fcqr Mrs S Pelosi in VersailleS f this week T Mr John C Cromwell of Clove Hand Ohio was called hero to at tend tho burial of his sister Mrs C B Pittman on Thursday t Mr John H Cannon visited his JHirother Hon W L Cannon near Midway Saturday and Sunday ti Miss Ella Hughes of Chvingsville JudgeErMhome Rev M B Adams visited roll Hlves in Mason county this week 4I Mr Ed H Elliott and wife of Louisville were In the city this tWe eke Mr Mack Phythian of Louisville ofThisDr Robfc L Phythian of New ort was called here by the serious Siilnoss of his mother this week oncevisitedltlayI John H Morris of Louis ville visited his sister Mrs C W WSaffell this week 1 Mr Joel S Head si wJio has been sin Morehead for several weeks has returned home Mr J S Head of Jackson was thc guest of his sister Mrs Will XJoinus this week Miss Julia B McClure was the guest of Miss Bessie Williams in t Vo6dford county Saturday and k Sunday Mr J Dudley Coleman of Louis Mlle attended the funeral of Miss r rnGjeorgla Payne in this city firs Crockett and Mrs Fi t Vnnwlnkle of Danville wore i rgufcsts of Mr John B Lindsoy and wl e this week hisses Mary Sullivan Maggie jjffncehan anti Mary Dnlton of wore guests of Miss Hannah Kennedy this week Miss Bessie Gray Dunlap of Dan cousinMissfJ Hon Jas A Barnes of Owlngs if Ville has been appointed Special So Storekeeper and assignod t 1 Distillery7No BreathIJJ death of his sister Miss Georgia payne Miss Annie Todd Kelly of 3cinsvilloy is visiting relatives in thIs city r JDr Howard Jett of Cynthiana was called here to attend the fun GeorgiaPnyneLizzie Jett Minary of Vor 11salJI9s and Miss Mary Jott of Lox ilugton were called here to attend i the funeral of their cousin Miss Georgia Payne Mr Hiner Poynter of Duokors returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives at Simpson ville Miss Sue Poynter who has been visiting friends in this county re tar ied to Slmpsonvillo on Tuesday Mr Clarence McPaniol loft for Louisville Tuesdayvhnre he has secured a position Bolknap Brent Greene who Is attend ring Central University spont Satur day and Sunday at his homo in this JIIUldi1svllleweek r Gen John B Castloman of Louisville was u visitor here on Wednesday CplJolui G Craddock of Paris Hvas in the city Wednesday Mrs Thos A Curran of Mays villo who has been the guest of her JaSon Dr W C Ourran for jbho last tten days returned homo on Wed i Mr Jas D Markham of Henry Bounty was the guest of relativesy In this city this week Miss Nellie Murphy visited friends In Lexington the first of the yweekJudge C Breck Hill and family visited relatives at their old home in Winchester this week Mrs Goo F Berry and Mrs Cor Jefferton on i3yfonday f t Mr Joo LeCompte of Lexington J a was a here on Sunday Miss Deborah Parker was the Sgucst of relatives here this week I1lfiss Cook of Louisville 3s tho guest of Miss Rose Critton Side s itMips Popper is tho guest of Mrs A J Carroll in LouisvillerWyo Miss Katie Lindsoy visited friends In Lexington this week i Mrs Graham Vrooland nee Iicr Crutohor of Louisville was tho guest of her sister Mrs W G tSimpson a few clays since Mr Silas Mason of Indiana is ifljo guest of hifijparonts Mr H P MafrOii and e mo Lotiisvfilej iss Linn amoy of j t t r OUR LlflB OF CaftSH GOODS 1 t1 ifandOrgandie Zephyr Muslins Athalia Bitiste Andlora Silks Blue Bell and Violet Lawns Extra Values at 50 8c ioc 126 vM wwillAll the very latest creation in Draperies Best values ever offered in Lace Curtains at Sroo 150 200 and 250 pair DOiS j not fail to see our line Agents for Buttericks Patterns jPt Weitzel 8c ODonnell ti J J AddleHawkinscity oOIum1busa very to Mr and Mrs J H Williamson Mrs H H RobOrts is seriously ill Conwnystreot Major Thomas J Hutchison Is soninlawton stieet Kodo Dyspepsia Cure DloeLts what you eat For the Roundabout THE WORLD IS WIDEI The world is wide Yet there be few 1 Who side by side One path pursue Whose every part Life hath combined To form one heart And bo one mind Oh dark the day Indeed and drear To part the way Of one so near To feel such hand Slip from our own And hoar command Onwardalonel- From such 0 God Turn not away Thy staff Thy rod For them we pray Thy pence Thy grace Be with them then Their faltering pace To load Amen H H F TO CONNECTING LINES commencIthis company will honor C PA mileage locally over its line thus abrogating nil instructions issued in October last relative to the dis continuance of the use of this mileage locally over the line such instructions permitting its use only between St Louis and Evans ville and Louisville We have pleasure in further stating that all outstanding C P A mileage tickest will also be honored over QUI line locally whether they contain clause to this ejfect or not This is fcr your information and any instructions you may deem necessary to issue in the matter Yours truly L I IRWIN General Passenger Agent THE LADIES FRIEND Hopkins BLEACHING GLOVES MADE FROM THE BEST GLOVE KID in Black Wine Tan and Chocolate JUST THe THING for House Cleaning Gardening Driving Wheeling Outing Golf Etc Sizes 3 5 6 7 8 9 Write for terms to agents Hopkins Glove Co Apollo Bldg Cin 0 32Cm Cool and Quaint P The pretty designs for Spring Buyers = 1 are so tempting Its a real pleasureaseeing them Our stock is now com plete and we can show you all the ad vanced styles in s Shirt Waists and Summerw MaterialsI a Whether for ceremoneous gowns or street wear We believe that it will pay you to call and inspect our goods as never before have we been able to show such a magnificent line Ie Kagin Bro 41 St Clair St at the Bridge IG tj I BARB WIRE BARB WIRE fit 1 H BA RI r4 twtot y CASH j Ii 300PLR100LBS IJ vi j Take Advantage of This Offer nAGSTAGG BACON 1 MASONIC TEMPLEI BARB WIRE BARB WIRE PLYMOUTH AND PITTSRURGH GOAL t andI receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of t io freshly m lw Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal ofU1 tthe best quality Leave your orders while it IS c and clean and they shall have my personal attentionx i 1N r ffW Hoge Goal and Feed Company W H EOGKE Proprietor Telephone No 1 esoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeee At rr l Lady 1J t 1 1 Corsets fit A little Better than the Best A Shape for ievery Figure Try them Ve are sole agents l2IlSFarI i j 326t Cpr Main and Lewis Sts Frankfort Ky e Zee Neee Nelele0e ee efee0eeeoe eNNeNiNeN J J s C rOaNS isr COSOfferings For ihe VVeekIi LACE CURTAINS DRESS GOODS SKIRTS frf lengths for Skirts and Waists at halfoffAt priceAregular price few black Skirts formerly 756 and w f j X350SILKSiI On Crash and Tickings We have too manyI Foulards from Soc per yard up DiivntiES MUSLNS OUTING CLOTHS I i CHALLISIc goodsrom 7c to 275 per yard All Wool Challi at 35 scents while they last Remember the place 31 r Main Street SAMi JOHNSON CO1 MATRIMONIAL BRECKINRIDGEWOODCOCK In Danville on Tuesday April 17 Mr Morrison Breokinridge r and Miss Douglass Woodcock were married by Rev E M Green Miss Woodcock is one of Dan vines handsomest girls Mr Breokinridge is Assistant Attor neyGeneral under his father Judge R J Breokinridge After n bridal trip they will make their home in this city Best twoclasp kid gloves all shades 1 at 82lt W T READINGS Do not leave home on a joprney without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed and can not bo procured while you are on board the cars or steamship It is pleasant safe and xeliable For sale by J W Gayle IS THIS A TRUST j On Thursday morning the butch ers of this city announced to their customers that they had advanced the price of beef to 1G i 28 cents for first outs of steak Upon inquiry it turns out that it was done by agreement among the dealers The question now i whether this is not a trust and in aediotable under the laws higher11fk1months as shown by the markets Wrinkles come P bringthemTo many a face which should still be to furrow the face They are the signs of physical suffering graven by the hand of Pain It is the saddest result of the wseases wntcu at fect the womanly organs that they sad write plainlrthe fering on the face and form The skin becomes sallow the cheeks are sunken the eyes look dull awayNovalues her health or good looks should neglect to use Dr Pierces FavoritePrescription for diseases of the worn anly organs It irregularityinflammation ation and female weakness It lights up the eye ens the complexion- and rounds out the sunken curves of the bodyI in recommending Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription for female wea ness writes airs Susannah Permenter of Pauls Store Shelby Co 1exas nI was troubled with bearing lawn tins In my back and six and I wrot to Dr Pierce for advice I tried his Favorite t t feellikemy health Llle Is a burden to any one without health I have told a many my friends about the great medicines I took Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages sent free on receipt ft onlySendc ered book or 31 cents for cloth Ad dress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y fkts5 t l h perfeotlhealth eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged DeWitta Little Early Risers cleanse the gripeSouthHardie BROUGHT HOME FOR BURIAL The remains of Mrs Luli Cromwell Pittman who died a San Diego Gal last week reached here on Thursday morn ing over the L N and were taken at once to the cemetery- At 8 oclock the funeral services were conducted at the cemeter chapel by Rev J K Polk South assisted by Rev Geo Darsie after which the remains wer- placed in the familylot in ou cemetery PRESS THE PUTTON IT DOES THE REST See the Selfopening Umbrella at W T Readings and you will buy one of them 321t FOR SALE sighfeett Two Upright Show Cases One Upright Ribbon Case Holds 800 pieces walsnut S D JOHNSON CO 82tf COMMANDERY ELECTION The following officers were elected by FrankfortCdmmandery No4 Knights Templar at the regular monthly conclave on Thursday evening to serve for the ensuing year M P Brown Eminent Com manderH Roberts Generalissimo D W Lindsey jr Captain General Fe G Stagg Senior Warden Owen M Furr Junior Warden Jaqob Swigert Prelate V A Kaltenbrun TrensurerIChas N Wiard John P Selbert Standard Bearer Theodore Wylie Sword Bedrer Tjos H Stagg Warder Gus Sohaefer Captain of Guard REFUSE TO REMOVE On Wednesday last the Court of Appeals handed down on opinion declining to remove Mr Claude 0 Chinn from the office of Clerk of the Fayetto County Court as asked by a motion of the Attor neyGeneral Tho Judges stood for removal Chief Justice Payntor and Judges White and Guffy against Judges Burnam DuRelle Hobson and ORear Chief Justice Paynter delivered a dissenting opinion p l 11i4f Fine Blue Grass Farm at Public Auction JFho resided for years before his death situated lu Franklin Kentucky 7 miles on the Lawrenceburg turn heest on on premises are almost acres of land about acres of which are inbluo grass and meadow acres growing in and acres cul tivated in corn There are forest trees princi pally sugar maple on about acres of the blue eThe is n frame built only hardtThere are on tho two good barns with other suitable outbuildings including ice house now full of ice nnd large orchards of apples and peaches in full There is n postofflce and telephone station within a mile of 8e at and Alton Station on the Louisville Southern Rail road is but three miles distant The land is in the best condition forcropping and the fencing householdywith all the horses cattle sheep hogs farming Implements of every description and all poul t han- dhosaloofTe land and ersonl will be theeinterestrThe on credit of threw months with negotiable notes and good BOnrity For all sums over 41000 that amount and Possession of all property will be delivered immediately on by the purchasers with terms of sale about the sale bo addressed Mr FrankfortKyMRS Admac A tld151501 Program for Benefit Prof Atherton PART IfOverturn Morning Noon and Night in Vienna F Von Suppe 2 Mazourkn Characteristique Franz 8 PartingSongWaltz by requestAbandonE Wald tqnfel INTERMISSION 6 Solo for Trombone The Heart Bowd DownBalfe Mr W H Van Winkle 6 a Mzzicato Orchestra b Loin du Bal GiUetI ted by F P Atherton 7 Solo for TenorMultinatnTostfMrS- laughter 8 March King Buffalo Atherton Marion Kooke manager forT M Thompson a large importer of flue millinery tit 1058 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late severe weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept mo awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work the day One of my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at thut time which seemed to relieve her so quickly that I bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to improve at once I allow entirely wall and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by T W Gayle WORST OF THE SEASON Commencing with Monday night the weather has been horrible On Thursday night just after midnight the rain which MondnyIand Friday morning foudd slush enough on the ground to make everybody and everything blue and uncomfortable FOR SALE A good paying bakery and con feotionery store For terms and particulars apply to MRS C M TODD 21tI if Ji t UIINCHESTER i NewRlval IiiLeaderIIanaRepe1er Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM Pleasant to takeK JIJ TreCeblettr Laxative J- Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ui4AskAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a i l normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines t LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege Compound and if used in Constipation will bring Itable a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms asj Headache Nervqusness Tired Feeling Nauseouness f Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than r any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE l 1 STAMPING GROUND The Easer hat and feathers had a chilly reception Sunday l1dns a consequence but few were courageous enough to appear We are glad to report that Mr- S M Beagle who has boon so very ill is recovering and there is strong hope now that he will soon be ajbout again But little farm work has been done in this section as the weather has been so unsettled As is the usual custom there were a number of changes in locaI- bons among our renting farmers during the month of March These transfers are all made now and the new residents have settled down to business for the season We welcome the new comers and miss so sadly those who have goneiThe grip seems still to hold its own on account of the changeable longingforunwelcome visitor may depart Not much news this week A COB ti 0 r r tf1 r rGREAmINo 41 at 9 n m from St Louis for Kansas CitXand ontiro North west to and Portland with connections at Lincoln Nob from Chicago und Poorhv = Tile BurIIn tonN orthern Pacific Ex press e For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains ChicngoFor r dnilYfromFinest Trains in tho World CbitMinneapolisTo eph two trains daily from StLouis or Chicago throughtouristducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday evoningalso from eveningtho f Colorado Salt Lake City equippedtrainsWrite for matter descriptive of tithev W M SHAW D P A 400 Vine St- Cincinnati 0tL W W Gen AgentSt K HOWARD ELLIOTT Mnnagortf l 1rna Frankfort HoundaDDut t t Entered nt tho postofllco at Frankfort Ken tucky ns secondclass mailnblc matter IQEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub- FRANKFORT APRIL 20 1901 1 L PLENDID YOUNG LADY DIES a t t We were inexpressibly sJlockecll1 f r and saddened on Axing about 11 oclock when informed by telephone that Miss j Georgia Payne eldest daughter of Uho late Sir John Will Payne shad passed to the great beyond r We have known Miss PonenJJ form4nit and for her handsome per saormlitjy I She was about 27 years of ago sand had been complaining with Yule grip for a few days but no one dreamed that she was in any Sinjnediate danger and of course XC wore entirely unprepared for the fSud news The insidious disease attacked Tier heart and produced paralysis aud the end came quiokly Iiss Payno was one of the best nlIour high regard by the Board of Edit arpn and the Superintendent j lie vas also the organist of the fiSoutfiern Presbyterian Church She Was a devoted member of the Methodist Church and a1I Raiarrest Christian woman one whose lenI8were of the vie ter rind bestand she earnestly J Ito reach the highest strovej usefulness in all the walks tan which she was called to got ta As a daughter sister and friend tahe was nil that tender love and fjetftile consideration could make eru In that closer circle her true worth shone out pre eminontly How sadly that home will miss hor Mother and sisters looked mp to her and paned upon her for counsel and direction jn till the taro places in yk t Lifes duties have heel well tinn1girlthe shadow and the shining The funeral services we due eti by her pastor Rev econI It savage from the l Church on Monday afteunnoon ati 4J80 oclock and the romning were deposited in the family lot jn our cemetery The very largo attend ance attested the esteem in which Miss Payne was held She leaves a mother four sisteis r andone brother besides a host o t I BloodWe live by our blood and on St We thrive or starve as 1Fhereon When strength is full and 1 spirits high we are being re reshed bone muscle and brain irin body and mind with con tinual flow of rich bloodiThis is health When weak in low spirits Rio cheer no spring when rest t is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood f 4s poor there is little nutri ment In it ill Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scott Emulsion Hof Cod Liver Oil r womanandchild whohbody going againmanI If you have01 tried Jt send ree satnPe Its agreeable Ins e will surprise SCOT BOWNE OUIXOWS Pearl Stree coc and yiooi Ji warmly attached friends to mour1t her untimely end IOnt of respect to her memory the city schools were closed onc Monday the day of her curial Bsst Route to neapolis St Paul and Min RyTheelectric lighted loaves Chicago daily at 080 p m Service unequaled The best of everything traimadailyin daylight trains 1000 p m Fast Mail 1015 p in Night Express For tickets rates and full if naRr1IOhio I AT THE FRONT t IIsue1cessfulpeared a fine picture I of that firstclass hustling and popular man CoJ Ed P Bryan jjRapidNew York City Every body here in his old home rejoices to know that Col is making a grand success BryanI new place 2 IT IS EASY TO FEEL GOOD IJncure illmnlarinOnly 25 at J W Gayle ELECTED PRESIDENT By a letter from Prof H M Gunn of Mt Sterling Prof S L Froggo Superintendent of our City Schools has been notified of his election as President of the Read I Edu IcntiounlThis position was entirely un sought and conies as a surprise to ProfFroggerrhe circle was organized for the purpose of select ing the hooks to be read by the Association urin the IintCorner Main and Lewis V StILIBERAL REWARD I IIBlackburnhandsome Bead Wreath bout 18 inches in diameter tho beads being between a lilac and a purple color A very liberal reward will be paid for its return to Mr Henry Craik Superintendent Mthe Cemetery and no questions asked This wreath was made to order in Austria for Ron J asBlackburn and is highly v Jnedt 82lt AISOUTHERN BAPTIST CON VENTION NEW ORLEANS Low rates one fare for the round trip to New Orleans are an nounoed by the Queen CrescentJ Route for May 7th 8th account Baptist Convention as above Tickets will be on sale one fare for tho round trip Fin est trains in the South are at the service of Queen Crescent pat rons Ask ticket agents for par ticulars 80td NOTICE Life insurance policies big and small bought for cash Apply to 82tf A R BURNAMJr I had piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried DsWifts Witch Hazel Salve After it once I forgot I eve had anything like pilesE O BoiceSomersPoint N Y Lookout forfimitations Be sure you ask foDoVitts South Dioo and W McKee Hnrdie I 1f11 Ii l mJ1ITm UJ11 t nrmnn IsThere Ythb BmrIIIRJ 1 sores South you you aids Nausea results That will the that has home man 4Tforcibly and a- WellFitting djSpring Suit I f suitsjthat are made from stylish fabrics and tailored Messrs r I1 IMICHAELS CO If M j famous Rochester manufacturers of high gnde clothing Note these deI IA3 scriptions and prices I 1 Mens Strictly AllWool Suits 1 IforMens Handsome Suits 9MToaMade from Superior Cassimeres Tweeds Worsteds and Flannel finished Cloths the darkblue olive plackandf grounds neat stripe and check effects you would ex 12 irr pect to pay 1500 to 1650 are here z I Mens High Class CustomTailored = IReadytoWear Suits made from the finest undressed Worsteds I Scotchy Cheviots English Tweeds sof inapped Cassimeres and plain black Thibets and Vicunas The trimming tailoring andwgeneral appearance of these Suits are equal to the best class of f f f I madetomeasuro clothes suits for which you would expect 5 Ito pay 2000 2500 are EVERYTHING THATS WORTH HAVINGi Iman and boy including HATS FURNISHING GOODS and SHOES 1foi find here at prices that are moderate merchandise that will give you pel1lliOO satisfaction and the GREATEST AMOUNT OF VALUE FOR Another thing We are not satisfied simply sell you our g and take your money want YOU to be satisfied andif you are not odsIsider it a favor to be permitted to exchannethe unsatisfactory article for that will be satisfactory RETURN YOUR MONEY IIthi i h4 D C Crutcher Co fix f illimD mF E E Running ulcers boils pimples etc quickly cured by Banner Salve tho most healing salvo in the No other just as good Long moor and W MoKee Bardie You will waste time if try cure indigestion or dyspepsia by starving yourself That makes it worse when do eat heartily You always need plenty of good food properly digested reIsuItfor something that would digest only some elements of food every kind And it is the vile remedy that win do it South u Longmoor und W McKee Hardie KadalOyspepsia Digests whit you eat It artificially digests the food and Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs It Is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can It In eUlclency curesrFlatulence Sour Stomach Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsana all other of Imperfect times sroall8lzeBookolUboutdyspepslamairodfreaPrepared bring fact Spring sprung to eypry more joyfully than WellTailored The we offer I ithe most beautifully cut by 4V STEARN lX C a Ithe i Iwith such at such jto here at for YOUR to we we f world only 1u S StamfJ Over Crack UD 10R9i SEE itR WHISKEY BOTTLED IN POND 4Alb v WHISKEYS WAS Till Till ANDIITS AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM I tT tl 1 APPEAR BOHLE OLDhdIIISKEY SIONATURUIsIT WRITS OOKLET E H JR Z SONSsen t10WT0DIBTILLLaS k FFjKFjjrKY 11Iaiiir W S FYVRWYER MAIN LEWISJ SPECIAL SALE Extra Values = r r j 1 For next week we will make special Carpets Mattings Rugs and Curtains 4 t prices on Ready Made Siiits and Col This is the season whenyou want them fj L ored Wool Dress GOOdS All New We have the best styles and lowest I Goods Correct styles Best Values to prices We handle only the best goods t foB had Come and see for yourself Cansave you money on spring purchases STANDARD PATTERNS FOR MAY NOW IN STOCK t 1v 1k er fclWILL PLAY BALL p JMessrsJFred Hoffman and Pat Bohaunan of this city have signed contracts to play ball this season with tho Western League or three Is and left for Daven boystto into one of the big leagues before itl1eir playing days are pastyam Blackburn Bohannan is i playing with the Georgetown Col tyy lege team this season Frankfort playersri t A RAGING ROARING FLOOD Z Washed down a telegraph line which Ohas G Ellis of Lisbon In had to repair Standing t waist deep inlay water he writes gave me a terrible cold and cough It grew worse daily Fi nally the best doctors in Oakland Neb Sioux City and Omaha said I had consumption and could not live Then 1 began using Dj Kings New Discovery and was ofwholly cured by six bottles Pos r guaranteed for coughs colds and all throat aid lunfc fi troubles For sale by J W Gayle Price 50c 4 THAT GERMAN The Frankfort German Club gave the first of the series of pOEt Idnteu Germans at the ballroom of the Capital Hotel on Friday night last There were a large number of pretty n18 and gallon young men present The festiv ities were prolonged toa late hour It Thousands OF YARDS OF i r 1i White r Goods J Embroidf iieries and t Laces t ARE OFFERED AT VERY LOW PRICES BY C KAGIN BRO 41 ST CLAIR AT BRIDGE I r PAID INSURANCE On Monday last Mr John Ries received a oneok covering 1000 the amount of the insurance upon the life of Mr Bradford Reed who was shot and killed recently in the United Workmen The oheok was turned over to Mre Ruth Reed mother of the dead manI JOB COULDNT HAVE STOOD IT If hed had the piles Theyre terribly annoying hut Bucklens Arnica Salve will cure the worst case of piles on earth It has cured thousands For injuries pains or bodily eruptions its the best salve in the world Price 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Gayle THE RIGHT THING The Board of Education held a meeting on Tuesday afternoon and elected Miss Emma Payne by a unanimous vote to fill the vacancy in the corps of teachers in the white grade school occasioned by the sad and suddqn death of her sister Miss Georgia Payne This was eminently the proper thing to do Miss Payne is well qualified for the position See our Kid Glove It is the best on the market W FARMER Corner Main and Lewis St PROMOTED Our young friend Mr K Clay Bedford at present ohe of the operators for the postal Telegraph null Cable Co in this city has been promoted to the Lexington office of the company He will go to his new position about the first of next week We congratulate Mr Bedford upon his promotion but regret to lose his smiling face and his ac commodating ways from this officeSPLENDID 4FARM FOR SALE By an advertisement in todays paper Mrs Mary C Blakemore administratrix offers for sale the splendid farm of the late Mr J N Blakemore Thefarm is one of the best in this county and is in fine condition just ready for a successful farmer to take hold of It contains bolt 200 acres and has all the improvements in the best shape possible It has a large fishpond full of fine fish which is supplied jjy a neverfailing spring The sale will be at public auction May 15th- FLOWERS FOR SALE Nice line of bedding plants of all kinds now ready Prices rea sonableJOHN KRAEHENBUEHL Frankfort Telephone No 262 V 828tlt ri rHitt r4ti GOOD PLACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEY ANpI21 shares Water Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Temple stock 15 Masonic Temple Bonds lOB 610 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks RyCoeach 10 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Co s 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 65 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 30 shares Capita Gas Elec trio Light Cos stock REAL ESTATE 2 storerooms in the Williams Block South Frankfort Ky 800 feet of lots fronting on Shelby street South Frankfort Ky known as the J Stoddard Johnston property About 42 acres of land on But timers Hill outside of city limits with a good two story house on it all in good grass it is a fine farm vSales made upon reasonable time For particulars apply to JOHN W ROD AN or DR J S COLLINS Feb 9tf BENEFIT A great deal of interest is being shown in the benefit to be tendered Prof F P Atherton on April 25th by the lessees of the Capital Theatre Wo have nosy the best orchestra that this city has ever had and tho music loving people should show their appreciation Prof AthertonV efforts by a crowded house on this occasion CHANGE OF STAND I This is to notify the public that we have taken our fine combined stallion Star Bowen to Owen county to remain one weekand will alternate weekly from our place to Owen county 322w SULLIVAN BROS rWe have a pretty line of Muslin Caps for children See them W S FARMER Corner Main and Lewis St Grand riernCincinnati Low rates via Queen Crescent Route April 19th and 20th ac count Metropolitan Opera Co Famous Artists such as Melba Nordioa Jean and Eduard De Reske and Mine SohumannHeink in that includes Die WalkureLuoia di Lammermoor and Cavelleria Rusticana in three performances Friday and Satur day April 19th and 20th Ask ticket agents for particulars Tickets on sale from till points as far South as Moreland NOTED HEALER IN TOWN The greatest healer of modern times is Salve for outs wounds sores piles and all skin diseases It is guaranteed South Longmoor W MoKee Hardie a J GEO H STEHLINI 155 1 SUNDAY 1 I Rates and Special Trains I I ROUND 5125TRIP T- OCINCINNATI SEASONoPens Sunday April 21st 1901 Excur from all as for south as Som erset Special train enters Grand Central Depot Leaves Georgetown 531 and 735 a m See Small Bills or ask Ticket Agents for Particulars W C Riuearson Geul Passgr Agent Cincinnati 3 Last winter I was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the lungs Clothing gave me relief Finally my wife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that ffeoted a speedy cure I can not speak too highly of that excellent remedy Mr T K Houseman Monatawney Pa t hci t ILa Grippe coughs often continue and some times lead patientisdanger point Foleys Honey and Tar affords positive protection and security from these coughs South Longmqor W McKee Hardio 4 4j I f Irl I t tn c INI A SELBER9 i20TH CENTURY DESIGNSr 4 Fobs for ladies and gentlemen Berrettes and hair clasps purses and bag sterling silver full scale mesh Brooche in gold and filled Bracelets in stern J ing silver snakes and chain patterns Hat pins cuff links c 1I f lSTERLING SILVER AND CUT GLASS We carry the best line of cut justrjustI Iti priceSTANDARD alamp is adapted to fit any candle Ifstick or candlelabrum holding a candle automatically JustlIJg tselfa i r consumed Saferand cleaner than the bare candle obviating drip or c It h Y of fire Purcel shades Linings and Mica protectors c l1VL SELBERTi fRELIABLE JEWELER t f liiiiiiiiiia0altIt1tlltiiiIrtii J sly t 111 Doctors AdviseThe remedies they think best suited to Nervous prostration caused the most the needs of their patients When the severe pains which would move around in disease is of a nervous nature with head different parts of my body Everything p1 e sick stomach failing appetite in i Iate caused me distress and at night I Kif estion restlessness loss of sleep and a suffered so much with my head hat I generalrundown condition a nerve tonic could not sleep Several physicians pre and brain food is an absolute necessity scribed for me and at last one doctor y The best ofall remedies for weak debiliadvised me to take Dr Miles Nervine tated exhausted nerves best for the doc I did so and was helped from the first ift tor to prescribe and best for the parent to dose Six bottles restored my health IV takeis that incomparable restorative MRS K J PRUNTY Martinsville Va lDr Miles NervineIt makes the nerves strong the brain clear the appetite keen and the digestion perfect It rebuilds the failing strength and is an unfailing cure for nervous prostration Sold by all druggists on a guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Rffrfrart Ind RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALCHURCH Bev R L McCready rector F B Wentworth Assistant Sunday Morning prayer at 0 a m Holy Communion and sermon 11 a m Evening prayer and sermon 780 m ScripturalBasisEvening subject Reasons for Not Being Confirmed I Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 045 a m Wednesday Evening prayer and 1 730 p m To all these services the public Me cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCH Rov M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m i Night Snbject Eternal Punish ment Sundayschool in the chapel at 845 a m Special classes for young men f Young Peoples Society will meet at 680p m In the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday even in mteats all are cordially in vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Rev Ueo Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m Night Subject the third of the series on Christian 4thletics Endeavor Sooloty will meet in the chapel at 045 Leader Mrs W C Marshall Topic Walking With Jesus Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday at 380 in the chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 The Promises of God The Christian Church of this city begins a mooting Sunday May 5th 1H the aid of Rev Lloyd Darsle 4 1iof Paris Ky brother of the pastor i of the church The public will be cordially wel to these services and es i topelally strangers in the city I CATHOLIC CHURCH The J usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor It Low mass at 780 am High 1mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p I to lFIRST PRESBYTERIAN i CHURCH Rev DrT McClusky it Blayney the pastor will preach r at 11 a m and 780 p m ifSundl1ysohool at 045 a m Young y v of Chris r tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday mI even The public cordially invited METHODIST CHUROH J R Savage the pastor will preach at 111 m and 780 p m The revival services continue with increasing interest at the Methodist Church notwithstanding the in clement weather Additions on profession at nearly every service Morning subject A Tearful Sowing and a Joyful Harvest Sunday evening the sermon will bo addressed to young men on A Young Mans Choice or the Turn ing Point in Life II Services every evening next week at 745 oclock Public cor dially invited Epworth Leaguo moots at 645 p m SundaySoftool meets at 080 a m The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowojri tho pastor will preach at 11 a in and at 730 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 045 Prayermeeting Wednesday oven lug at 780 m publicIst 80TH LANDED AT SAN FRAN CISCO By a dispatch from Sun Fran cisco Oul dated April 17 wo learn that the Government Transport Gen Lawton had landed at that place having on board 27 oilicers and 700 men of the BOth U S V Infantry There wefe three cases of smallpox in the regiment and it will therefore have to go qunrnntiner This is the regiment in which Capt Nol Gaines and the Frank fort boys ar- eLAMPSBig Glass Stand Lamps No 2 Collar r and Chimney 25c at W T Readings Putnam Fadelesss Dye Dark Blue produces the shade of Blue so popular in dress goods this season This color is fast to light and washing lOc per package Sold by South Longmoor READ IT The John Church Co of Cin cinnati are offering great bar gains in pianos organs etc Read their ad in todays paper if in need ofanything in their line Write to them for catalogue prices etc WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO IIt will bring relief to sufferers from asthma or consumption even the worst cases This is about what one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar costs Isnt it worth a trials South Long moor W McKee Hardie YlI 0 A Tho maoting at the Y M Q A rooms tomorrow afternoon will be interesting nil mono Good talks and good singing HOW IT IS DONE f The first object in life with the American people ie to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving usingGreensyou bo a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia AppendicitisIndigestion headache Palpiatation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the LotySpiritsanother day Two doses of the well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to John W R Williams Co Frankfort Ky and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac 81ly TICYi VROCERIES AND LIUUORS 1 LOWESiTrJOHIflflISCOLLS n ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Dis youfeelDo scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain In the Skin Pains Swollen Jointsballing Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botaniea Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal Itching of eczema to stop forever the skinto become clear and the breath sweet B3 B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 80 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydruggistsbottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD Mitchell St Atlanta Gn Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given GSTFor Bale by W McKee Bardie 481y t2 Skin troubles cuts burns scalds and chafing quickly heal by the use of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be sure you get DeWitte South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie FOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesFlour Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc AGO TO W J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 25lr BOARD AND LODGING Two gentlemen or a husband and wife desiring firstoloBB board in large room with dress ing room attached can obtain it by calling at this office li f IIr f Jfr Iftr r Wt TEAKS EXPERIENCE 7 W J GRU WALDtc Professional Plano Tuner and Rer 1pairer will visit FranWt every ivIGEORGE H STEHLIN tjDec 22ly z DO YOU WANT t To sell your real estate timber w oal stock- ot Do rou want to buy or exchange forany kind ot proJerty Write no with aU thoparticulars as I may be able to heI you Ad i 175Dec ff JfFor Sale io ii tAApply at this office tf tboWANTEDTwo traveling salesmen In each State permanent position salary and expenses oxtperience not absolutely essential tAddress Tobacco Works Greensboro N C268ms ir fl Goon Dnristraast S tijUUUBS One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ JOycoer How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic life and what a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfactionR Sony Deck 11y i iJt ji Ii THE RIPLEY y TRIALS t f The evidence in the Ripley Jf trial was all in by noon of Wed nesday The nfternoon wns con SlImed by the attorneys in consul tation with the judge dyer the in iA sbruotions On Thursday morning 1Jpage P T Major opened for the v defense He occupied the whole torfri6on session was consumed by 4 iJTudge B G Williams for the prosecution Yesterday morning l Judge Joe T Onoal closed the r Argument for the defense in an able speech which consumed the v morning session of the court At is the afternoon session Common vcfoWenlths Attorney R B Franklin x made the closing argument for the prosecution and the case was verdictIl we went Tto press Ilt is Conceded on all hands that the Commonwealth failed to Tanake out its case rjp x FOUND FellowsKJv3niir nppe can- i i iiiie by applying nt thIS IfIofficeand desoribiilg jL1 Seventeen pounds of granulated H J LangdonCreaseyCo t i A GOOD THING f On Wednsday night lasta fire broke out in the sanding room of the new building of the peniten tiary When the new building was ereoterl an automatic patent 4 fire extinguisher or sprinkler was put in and it worked like a charm lextinguishing the fire before it was discovered by the night guards A disastrous fire was Averted by this means GRAND TURY ADJOURNS The grand jury finished up its rhwork Wednesady and adjourn- edfqrbey brought in ten indictments among them being one against r John R Cox for murder in the first degree for killing Bradford You know all about it The r rush the worry the- exhaustion r You go about I with a great y weight resting upon pou You cant throw off this ISleep TakeAVQIZS lt SaT3aPaFIIIR For fifty years it has been lifting up the dis couraged giving rest to the overworked and sleepII No other Sarsaparilla ageetf sarsaparillas were born jiSIOOa bottle dronlsti Pills aid the ac tion of Ayers Sarsapa villa They cure bilious i neSS eta a I have used Ayers medicines for Baldff IiUfo when I first took it years f I am now past and am never without your medicines I FRANK THOMAS p jr KansasIIf you have any compliant whatever and desire the medical advice you e possibly receive write the doctor You will receive a prompt xe fply AddressLn Mass J1 t Rood i two against Hon Jas A Violott one for carrying concealed weapons and the other for shooting at Mr Wingate Thomson one for striking with deadly weapon and the other six for violating the law in regard to the sale of intoxicating liquors Plfiasnnt nnndn most delicious confection put up in 5 cent boxes felling two boxes for 5 cents at LiuigdouCreasey Oo so 82 It A GENTLE HINT In our style ot climate with its sudden changes of temperature ruin wind and sunshine often inI termingled in a single duyit is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so fre quently taken from us by neg lected colds half the deaths re sulting directly from this cause A bottle of Boscheees German Syrup kept aboutyour home for immediate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of three or four doses For curing Consumption Hemorrhages Pneu monia Severe Coughs Croup or any disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle from John W R Williams Co Frankfort Ky Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac 311y Best Evaporated apples put up in one pound cartoons Of cents per pound at LangdonCreasey Cos 82lt THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM Quick Relief From Pain All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are de lighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheu LUUUJom in my arm and shoulder- I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons Co druggists of this place to try Chamberlains Pain Balm They recommended it so highly that I bought a bottle I was soon re lieved of all pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy for muscular rheumatism in the market For sale by J W Gayle CROP REPORT OF KENTUCKY APRIL 1 The report of general conditions show an improvement over March and especially is this true of the wheat drop which has moved up from OS to 798 a gain of nearly 12 points Almost without excep tion correspondents report im provement in condition of this crop The acreage is slightly reduced because some few fields have been broken up owing to the rav age of the fly in the fall The re ports indicate foutfifths of a ful crop far the whole State subject to the future development of th fly which more than half tho re ports mention as present Rye has also improved during the monthmaking a gain of II1 points iBarley is showing up much better with the first spring weather The reports also show h very satisfactory condition of livestock and very little disease There is always more or less swine plague in one form or another and few correspondents mention the disease as prevalent in localities The fruit prospects are fine nnd every day diminishes the chances of destruction frost though it is not absolutely safe in Kentucky until after the 10th of May Finest yellow pumpkins large three cans only 4 cents per can at LangdonCreasey Cos 82lt O4TODABoars theItoSignature of r TheM1n I t and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled bv carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchfulcare the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay r uch more than a cents worth of qualityand ftl i II strength A poundof Arbuckles Coffee will give you gyp tmore cupfuls of better coffee than you o C R J5 would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package Arbuckles1 Roasted Coffee there Is a list of arttolee With each package In which the List Is found the purchaser has bought a definite part of some article to bo selected by him or her from the List subject only to the condition that the sig nature on the package ia to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs AsparagusRhubarb Lawn and Garden Prices right we pay no agents but sell direct to the SpecialStrawbery HF HILLE MEYER LEXINGTON KY Mar 23m Phone 279 rDO YOU WEAR Ii W GAYLE Druggist l lJ Cor Ann and Broadway Frnnktort KyJ FOR RENT t I offer for rent tho storeroom formerly occupied by me on Birdge street South Side Ppssossion given nt once 28tf NF RICHARDSON AFTER LAGRIPPE WPIAT Usually a racking cough nnd a general feeling of weakness Foleys Honey and Tar is guaran teed to cure the grippe cough and make you strong and well South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie A R Bass of Morgantown Ind had to get up ten or twelve times in the night and had severe backache and pains in the kid neys Vas cured by Foloys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed South Longmoor W McKee Hardio 0 tfr r oJCood- r rrl ktoffee theT f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee 11I = t Q Ih = == iI 1tDfc uwKS R R tilk f ocrzmI corm aei cwwcassn czr Fifty Cuts a Year Less Than a Penny a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After a career of more or less activity in the Southern field for over a quarter of century The Sunny South has again become hlstatyItover It is devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers and is their own story paper Short stories sketches Incidents of war and of peace anecdotes at home and afield ideas fashions hints for home keepers everything of interest to old and upThe ANTHONY HOPE now in progress with full synopsis to cover former in i etallments and Rosalyndes Lovers by Maurice Thomp aon to begin April 21thJw1ll be read with absorbing interest throughout the This is your opportunity and only 60 cents for a full year of it Think of itl 60 cents Subscription price Is only fifty cents a year No agents commission The paper is its own best offer and argument to the subscriber sample copy free to you and to your six neighbors whose names and addresses you send on n pose tal card provided you send at once A club of five at 60 cents each accompanied by the full amount 260 net to us entitles the sender to The Bunny South n whole yea free The Sunny South is your old friend in n new form al ways uvlfJUTXU every issue to excel the last one The todayThethe greatest of all WeeklyConstitutionboth papersOneLiteraryAddress all letters and remittances to rTHE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA u Dr Wallace has opened a priI vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for tho treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations or such treatment as they bayou lt the time or fnoilities for giving can send thorn to this institution liar terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort ifltf 4qti4b xuT One PAINS IN THE BACK A B Farrington Gonstania N Ysns U I was troubled soy oral yours with kidney disease and suffered severe paint in thq KidneyCure frieudsIIthasTaker UQ substitute South LougraQoraudAV McKee Hardie t i ZILPAH i Health good Not many on the slok list Mr Charles Rodgers who has been confined to his room since Christmas is not yet able to be out- Among i the visitors and other folloiyiugMrJthe guests of his sister Mrs Call Green of Scott county the past t tvepk dnughterConquest have returned to their V homes at Louisville after a visit sof two weeks to their relatives Rintha Cook of this com munity totnear this place hnslocatedfound ready to attend all who need his s rvices as a physiojau and surge n All who need the assistance of the telephone will call at Mr r Lewis Lees store where they will find the public phone located Mr McGlellan Morse has moved into the new residence hehas had built on his farm Mr T C Poole is erecting a tworoom addition to his resi dence which will add much to the comfort and beauty of his home Mr Wilson Moore siio has r been ill for several days is better at this writing Mrs Sarah Moore was the guest of Mr Charley Rodgers and fam ily Sunday J We greet you fair Lily of the r TvPike Vo are glad to know as- S spring is here again you have male your appearance Hoping as the suns warmth radiates and Ii goes out over mountain and vat ley that the beauty and sweet fragrance of the Lily will reach i every hole in these ends of the Garth May the newsy items from V your fluent pu greet Roundut readers of the dear old about every week is our wish S4 Hello Echo we are glad to have you come to the front again Let items of your well stored mind j i greet us many times Ibis coming tkoBummer We guess our noble friend Catchom has gone to the laud of the unknown or some other- foreign country We miss the generousness whichaccompanies the items from his fluent pen We trust he will revive and come l again We hope the correspend I ents will rally and come to the k front and fill the columns of the interestIing I have been troubled with in digestion for ten years have tried many things and spent much 4 money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all otherir I medicines taken I feel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty d years Anderson Riggs of Sunny Lane Texas Thousands have IV testified as did Mr Riggs South V Longmoor and WMoKee Har die GIVES WOMEN RUDE SHOCK Miss Ethel Morse astonished the Womens Pressclub of Now York the other day by a vigorous pro test against the formation of mutual admiration societies whither she said the womans Wiskiag Willow Furaitore tad Wicker CLair tPIthr cUI ROil becoma tollfd but they ire be shined to look like new with Gold Dust Wasting Powder i with s loft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry wblw iron bode eta also be waabcd by this I mcdid but must ba wiped dry quickly = rtam so oar too =rsMbs aqQldto GGNlrANYi atoa- 150 PIANO BARGAINS The Pianorenting season has closed and we have a tremen dous stock of pianos which have been used some of them as good as new and all in first class order We offer them at SPECIAL PRICES- We have not space to mention all but here are Some Average Specimens 2 Webers 21O 00 3 Stocks 165 00 6 Harvards G 31O 00 Harvards used 266 00 two seasons j 3 H F Miller 230 00 Haynes N d US 00 3 Hallefc Davis 160 00 6 Smith Barnes 210 00 Whitakers a 155 00 Eokers Q 170 00 3 Steinways 31O 00 1 Knabe 270 00 3 Merrills 200 00 Everetts 365 00 old scale f 3 Bveretts T 435 00 new scale and 96 Others TUB JOHN CHURCH COMPANY- S e Corner Fourth and Elm Ste CINCINNATI 82 5t movement is drifting Miss Morse said that women have in recent years done great things but they ara in danger from the mutual admiration tendency and their desire to be superior to men Her talk which was calleda suggestion was in part as fol lows Public addresses have recently boen largely coutratulatory of womens progress Perhaps this is natural at yhe close of what has boon called the womans cen turv but the hymn of praieos signs of abating- I showlioI want to warn you of danger Woman has been gazing Narcissus like into the mirror of her own excellence and has been captivated by the picture of her own greatness She has gone on founding clubs establishing model tenements sketching working plans for raising model children but fatal weakness she hasnt ceased to bo astonished True she really is remarkabJeI but she is in great danger from two faults one her outspoken scorn of man not so much because she believes it as because of her groat desire to hold the position of a superior being The other danger she has to fear is the nor mal commendation of the clubs and of the club members This was never more clearly noticed than at our last installment of officers when our fourth vicepros ident responded to a eulogy withI Mme President is my halp on straight Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed dnnIgerousserious results often follow One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not a common mix ture but is a high grade remedy 11C11eeLOSTREWARD I have lost a walking cane Made of Bamboo with an iron horses head I value it because it was presented to me by the Methodist Sundayschool in 1878 My name reI821 te Ie rllwout whenr IV SWld SMILES J Eir FLOUR F1RST =Beta use it is the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory and home labor is production The J1 E I i11ifl- Co JN MILES Sec Public Sale of Farm Stock c J O nccotint of ngo and infirmity of Mr Jtiton I will Bell for himwithout public auction on the premise one rind cne from Ernnlcfort on tho Lnwrnhvu burg nllro on SATURDAY APRIL 27TIT IfOI all tho real and personal property of Mr Dun Glanton Tlio farm contains about norcs most of which Is in small grain clovur grays c This is a nico vegetable or stock acres of which fine Connr hemp acres of corn land is now up and ready for planting acres new land broken up and for tobacco melons or desired bv I will sell nil- thohoueoholdand kitchen furniture farming implements such us plows several hood of cattlo including a num ber of fresh milch cows two horsoa flno ply of poultry This is u desirable location convenient to market schools and churches Well watered and n healthy situation If tho purchaser desires tho growing crops will bo appraised by disinterested u if ac surrondored to thefarmTERMS For the real estate one third cash balance in ono two find three interest bearing noto at 6 per cent for deferred pay ments lien retained For tho personal prop arty and under cash over months oredit with negotiable For cash stiles d removal of property Sale IJAB818t Attorney for Dun Glnnton Trustees Notice toAnotified to come forward and settle and all those having claims against tho estate of said decedent are requester to tho same to mo proporly proven settlement- J ANDREW GAIN April 18lm Versailles Ky For Sale property of Frankfort Brick Co con THE of about acres of good clay and complete equipment for will bo sold at a bargain Also six building lots in South Frankfort Apply to 814t T BUOKlEY In the district Court of tho United States for tho District of Kentucky in Banlcruptcy In the matter of Louis G Bankrupt On this 10th dRy of April A D on con sidering the petition aforesaid bankrupt for discharge on tho Oth day of April A D1101 it is ordered that n hearing bo had upon the same on the 27th of A lJ before said court at Louisville in said distract at oclock in tho forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be one in THE ROUNDABOUT newspaperprintod in said district Bud that ull known other s in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause they have wily prayer of buid- potiUoner should not bo WITNESS the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the SEAL seal thereof at FranKfort in said j district on the inM day of April A D 1091I Queen at- eCrescent yRoute tl and its connecting lines to the nnAmerican Exposition IBUFFALO IExcursion rates and special train service will bQ announced later Tho Pan American tho greatest American Expos ition since the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway NIAGARAOnly minutes FALLS from Exposition GrounJLFroo Qe t1rtPutlmDfItoomslpa pu tr 4dbdulw CdnntL w can BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast OmahaSt Black sills VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS flffif RUGS PASSR ST HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL ST 0I1w WAKELEY GENL PA8SR ST lliI BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago BEST LINE T- oCAL1FONiA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E BACON D P A N W Cor 4th bnd Market Sta Louisville o Going SouthIf so you secure many advantages by go lag via Cincinnati the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains pen etrate every part of tho Central South hour schedule Cincinnati to Jacksonville and New Orleans 9 hours to Chattanooga a8 hours to Shreveport 36 hours to Port Tampa Observation parlor and cafe carsfree re dining chairs Through Pullmans to all portant Southern clUes ten the idruiUcn mtr rate uH wi rat thl aOiaf sot vriMu f LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF PINE BEERS Which In Quality and Flavor Are ANY BEERMADE EQUALTO THE LAND CALL FUR IT TIE PRO DUCT OF A- Kentucky Industry D0 ROBINSON Prniikforfc Apt i Sopt2lyDr Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Thoy are not food but medicine and tho best in use to put n horse in prime condition Price 26 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co W l hkbane tIt1U with e U Man book of pit Op iuin PiR Eg Ii WOOLUY co M tat Ilert9 r17or ft Kodol dyspepsia Cure Dlfleijts what you eat r +SOUTH1UHflILVdflY IN KENTUCKY CoIt4uJobe4i11 la EfNt Yes XASTDOtnu N LNa C No- Lv LoulnUleh 746am 74 p 1IlIpAt f IROptsArIfKSTBOUND No8 Nata 0 l5arCArAr Larencebg 820am 53ipui fiMa GSOuAI r NO 13INO No 12INO ii 104ax1titpm720AM730pmABTBOOWD WKajrBOUKp No tNO 67 STATIONS INo tNcs ll 7A0pmd632pm i847pm lazSam Lv Veralles Ar 750im 02pa iI74OEASTBOUND WJtsTooulinotttNo tlfNo STATIONS ftNo 6 itNa il745atn 4OOpm Louisvil 1040nm 749pww 1022ara 050pm Lv Verallea Ar 76wim 502pah iVlJ58pmPSTATIONS riAIKnoxville 700pm 745a j oirAshevillo VIOaro 110pm IAI Savannah B15aM f JJJsonvllleq 925aae Chattanooga 005pm 6e3iua VAr Atlanta 10CipmlirOaa fIAr B1rmlri hamioAr Meridian 23lumjg1OpDt Ar New Orleans 43 tfNo through sleeping oar LouUvlllo to Bin mingham via Lexington and Chattanooga t Na 5 free observation chaircar Lout vlll f INQvia Lexington IAll trains between Louisville Lexington anik Burltin dally Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos li and dully Nos 67andC3dallyexcept Sunday VyBetween Versailles Nteholosville RIormond and Irvine dally except SundaytltDally except Sunday Other trains dally if tWashington tWublukXINGTON EASTERN RY i LOCAL TIME TABLEI tirta tEFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 19001 i 5x EASTBOUND 4MILESEx Sun 7 1oa Montroso F 2 F8 00iAvon 250 F 8 14ndotte F 2 F820 i n 8 roZ780 Indian Fields F883 F gOO d Clay City 9 06 9 25 47I P4 12 F 21 50 Filson 419F930 55I Dundee 80 F 0 jW 67I Natural Bridge F 85 9 r I58 Glencairn F n 68 1 08a7 i 70 Beattyville Junction 611 29 yBOu74 LvSt Helens 5 F10 89 79 Tallega F 6 a5 F10 82 Athol 5 69 1SiII Oakdale F550F11 00 10 t Elkatawa 6 07F11 rAr Jackson 6 80 WESTBOUND tHILESEx Sun gl Lv Jackson 625 225 90 Elkatawa 083F288T S Oakdale F F r82 Athol 650 79 Tullega F F 8 04 74 St Helens 7 F 8 IK 70 826BeattyvilleB G Ar 7 5 61 Lv Fihcastlo F783FBB8 47lISNatural F 8 55Dundee 8 OSF4 os10 Filson ale l47 Rosslyn F820F425 883 40II Uln 8 89as II1ndian Fields 8 SOP ZtIL L E Junction 9 5 0at23II Mistletoe 023F615Winchester 029 520 Wyandotte F I 49 F 5 as Avon 949F640 roOArNOTICE 4 T have rented out my as place on Fourth Aver rr to Judge ORear my ti family will go to New S York but Itm not fi going I may be Ibund at my office rooms in J the Hume building day ro- rnight I have both Phones anti they are No 59 ram boarding kyQ at the Capital Hote- lEEHUME 17am 45