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THE FRANKFoRT ROUNDABOUT T I jfGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanc tt IIjfVOL XXIVIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 27 I90L NO 3311 a TO REMOVE We regret to announce that our genial friend and next door neighI I bor Mr Geo H Stehlin will re move from his present stand to that formerly occupied by Mr t John T Buckley on St Clair street about the 15th of May The reason of our regret is that we will miss his smiling face and hustling ways We rejoice how ever that he will have n larger 4 place and better facilities in every t way for his business Mr Stehlin came to this city seven years ago an entire stranger and an employe of another con cern By his energy and pluck in a few years he was enabled to start out for himself He is a t wholesouled jolly good fellow trustIworthybuilt up a large and profitable r businessIn meantime in order to save expense in moving he isI offering rare bargains as may be seen by his ad in another column Give him a call HE KEPT HIS LEG TwK VPMTP nTo 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 Then the best doctors urged am putation but he writes I used one bottle of Electric Bitters and one and onehalf boxes of Bucklens Arnica salve and my evertsalt rheum sores and all blood disorders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth Try them For sale by J W Gayle Will guarantee satisfaction or refund money Only 50p NEW WORKOF THE AUTHOR1 OF TITUS Florence Morse Kingsley author of Titus a Comrade of the Cross Prisoners of the Sea etc has turned her pen into a new channel and is writing A series of bird stories for the Ladies Home Journal She is a lover and a close student of birds writes of her feathered ac 11unc1 most dolightfully incident and information together with charming literary skill Nothing recently written of birds and bird life is quito so fascinating aa Mrs Kingsleys TWO CENTS WILL DO It will bring relief to sufferers from asthma or consumption oven the worst oases This is about what one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar costs Isnt it worth a trial South Long 1 moor W McKee Hardie i Ij I l fiilt BRYANTS STATION Delayed lettter Miss Clarie Moore of Bark Branch spent several days last weekwith her cousin Mrs Frances MooreMr W C Bryant is having a blacksmith shop erected near his grocery The station will soon be a place of great importance with a telephone office grocery and shopLast Friday was in every way a winters day notwithstanding vegetation to some extent looks green and growing and looked beautiful indeed beneath a coot of snowMr Rufus Bryant contemplates coming north for the summer and says he thinks the climate per fectly splendid up as far as Goose Creek MessrsAllen and Willie Stigers of Switzer made a flying trip to- M t Zion Sunday Such clover fellows have found a friena in two such clever girls So after leaving Honeysuckle I was told there had been a tele phone run to that place and phone box there but I think news will be scarce there as I had to come up here to hear about it In looking over some papers of an early date we came across a Roundabout supplement dated May 1890 which contained a let terfrom Uncle Zeke Yocum which covered almost two columns The letter was very interesting as they usually were in which he ad dressed the editor as Nephew George often coming in touch with the political affairs of the community in general Well perhaps news will be more plentiful in the future when business starts up in a general way Near the station there will be a wedding or so as I have heard tell ofu young gent who makes biweekly and some times tri to a newly painted house just down the way but as I have only been in the vicinity quite a short while I do not know how true the foregoing rumor is and of course not wishing to in trude on the good will of my neighbors will not express my opinion until better informed MOLLY YOOUM Those famous little pills De Witts Little Early Risers will re move all impurities from your system cleanse your bowels make them regular South Long moor and W McKeee Hardie TO INVESTIGATE MIRAGE pnrtylofMount Fair Weather where the silent city of Alaska is seen every year about that time The expedition will be backed by some Californians Tents and photo graphic and surveying apparatus will be taken The mirage which stretches for theIEngland and in order to investi gate this the expedition willnote the time and weather when their observations are made and all characteristics of the mirage Thou as soon as one of their number can get into communication with the city of Bristol inquiries will be made by telegraph with scientists of that city of tho weather conditions prevailing at Bristol when tho observation was made When the duke of tho Abruzzi olimbod Mount St Elias four years ago ho made a pun and ink sketch of the silent city If troubled by a weak digestion loss of appetite or constipation try a fow doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box warranted For sale by J W Gaylo and South Longmoor HUMAN HEARTS If your mind needs relief from the worries of the day if your heart needs an outlet for its pent up feeling if an entertainment is desired which will not leave a bad taste in the mouth as do many forms of amusement now pre sented in our theatres see one of the greatest successes qf the day the beautiful melodramaHurnati Hearts Did you like the Old Homestead Did Shore Acres please you If they did and where is there a living man woman or child in this broad land of ours that one of these two grand plays have not thrilled then you will be charmed again with this great successor Human Hearts It is a play with well proportioned light and shade rich in humor pathos and dramatic incident ably acted by a capable company its story its purpose and the char actors concerned in the plot are revealed with clearness and force The attention which has been given to the detailed of the action land the scenic accompaniment anIing but rather increasing from season to season It is a play long remembered not alone be cause of novelty but also because of the deep impression it makes upon all who witness it whether young or old At the Capital Theatre April 80h Low Rates Low rates are announced for the following named occasions via RouteI Louisville May 1517th Medical Society of Kentucky Louisville May 2224th National Association Credit Men Cleveland June 1218th American Association Nursery men Niagara Falls June 1214th National Electric Medical Asso ciation Chattanooga June 18 20th Kappa Alpha Convention Rich mond Va June 2528th Conference Epworth League Harriman Tenn April 1819th Ask ticket agents for partic ulars A NEW INTERPRETER OF NATURE William Davenport Hulbertone of the newest literary lights is sure to win recognition as an interpreter of Natures beauties and mysteries One of the first of his writings the biography of a maple tree will appear in an early issue of The Ladies Home Journal The young author spent several lIiohignllIclose study with a comprehension that is remarkable and with a sympathy that invests thom with a human interest A QOOD COUGH MEDICINE CHILDRENi reoo n Ouughiwellknown and popular baker of giventour with bad coughs alsp whooping cough and it has alway given perfect satisfaction It was rooom mended to mo by a druggist as tho best cough medicine for chil dron as it contained no opium or othor harmful drug Sold by J W Gayle and South Long moor The House With a Reputation For Houest Dealing We Are Ready In our new room with our new spring goods If you want whats up to date come to Mc Clures Merchant Tailoring Our cutter Mr W H Moran has already established reputation by the styli and fit of his garments as the best ever in Frankfort We have a large assortment of the newest weaves both foreign and domestic of suitings Leave your measure with Mr Moran and you will have a suit you will be proud to wear 25 and u- pReddutnwedr i Clothing We can show you in this department a line ofsuits that can not fail to please you All woolsuits from 750 to 20 and a perfect fit no matter what price IDAL KID SHOES We have more styles of these popular shoes than were ever before exhibited in Frankfort Mens Shoes and Oxfords 400 500 600 Ladies Shoes 300 and 350 Oxfords 250 300 and 350 RI KMcClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL SAFFELLS Staple and Fancy Groceries China and Glassware Fine Wines and- Whiskies We ask our city and country friends to call at 212 Ann Street and Inspect our goods JeMSaffell Son PERSONAL Mrs Hattie D Hancock who has been quite ill at her homo on the nioelranda few days Mr K Clay Bedford has gone to Lexington to live Dr E H Black visited his old home ut Stamping Ground this wool returnQdfromEastern cities Miss MoLood of Louisville wits the guest of Mrs J P Hobson this week x Miss Irma Labrot is her cousin Mrs Colahan at Annapolis Md Miss Mary Hendriok Swigort is visiting in Indiana Miss Dessio Wingate of Midway visited friends here this week Hon E M Dioksnn of Paris has boon in attendance upon circuit court this week spentSundayhis cousin Capt Desha Breckin ridge t Mr Henry Kelly Manager Postal k spontSundahis father Col E L Kelly 1VmJrher sister Mrs J S Crutohfield in Pittsburg Penn LexingtonIMiss Annie Orutcher who has boon visiting Mrs W T Lindsey at Tryon N 0 has returned homo Cant W F Dandridgo and wife of Winchester wore visitors here this week Mr Sam D Johnson and wife attended the funeral of their kinsman Mr Jos B Simrall in Lex been ington Miss SaturdayIT reI turned home Mrs Chapman Coleman of Wash ington City is the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Hondriok Mrs Thos H Taylor of Louis villo has come to this city to re main some time Mr Ellis M Headloy of Louis ville was in the city Thursday Mr A W Macklin who has boon in California for several months bas returned home JDJMr Trabuo of Louisville was hero Thursday on business in- the courts Gen H B Lyon of Eddyville was in the city Wednesday Capt J M Thomas of Paris was in the city Wednesday Senator Lillard H Carter of Lawrenceburg was in the city Wednesday Miss Ellen T Woodson is visiting the Misses Wasson in Ver sallies Mrs S T Bailey who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J B Lewis for several weeks returned to her home in Versailles on Thurs day Miss Mary Ashmore visited rel atives in Versailles this week 4 Dr M A Banks of Rockford Ills was the guest of Prof F P Atherton and wife this weekIMrs Geo Darsie left si short visit to her sisters Mrs i Barrett and Mrs Bassett at Clove land bride Mr OhioIthis Mr weekiwas a visitor on Tuesday returning home that night Mrs C Gran Graham of Jaoks boro Texas who has been visiting relatives hero for several months has returned home Mr B F Dorsey of Mt near this city SterlingI tenue officer- Mr Robt M Bergman of who has been the guest IrvineI fatherinlaw Capt I T 4returned home Sunday nightIMrs R M Bergman is the guest of her T West and wife South Side Mr Fred L Grinstead of Rich mond spent Sunday with his t parents Mr R L Grinstead andI wife on the West SidmILexingtonristead and wife West Side on Sun day Mrs F M Scoflold has gone to Jacksboro Texas to spend several months as the guest of her daughter Mrs C Gran Graham i D L Thornton of Ver Isallies was in the city on legal business Saturday County Attorney W 0 Davis of Woodford county was boro on Sat prday Rev M B Adams wife and chil- Iron returned from Mason couutj is Saturday morning i Ii to We Are Always Prepared e UpholsteryGoods SHIRT WAISTS The Famous Excelsior Brand Fit guaranteed Prices from 5oc up All the new things in Windsor Ties and Belts Line of Ladies 1dozenMr Richard Godson of Midway was in the city on legal business Saturday Mr Albert H McClure wife and daughter have returned from Niob olasvillo Mr Geo L Garrett successor to TravelingPassenger was in the city Wednesday mixing among the people TWICE PROVEN From the Vindicator Rutherford ton N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the CORSETS 20 dozen new Straight Front Corsets and Girdles only 5oc Sole agents for Buttericks Patterns Misses Underwear efficacy Chamberlains Pnin Balm twice with remarkable re sults in each case First with rheumatism the shoulder from which he sufferod excruciating pain for ten days which was re lieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing tlw parts afflicted and realizing instant ben efitand entire relief in a very short time Second in rheuma tism in thigh joint alomst pros trating him with severe pain which was relieved by two appli cations rubbing with the liniment on retiring night and getting up free from pain For sale by J W Gayle and South Long moor I gTells NeMIDor I for A orIferings Monday and Tuesday We will offer 27 inch Black Taffeta Silk our 100 quality for 79 cents per yard 18 inch Black Taffeta Silk all silk only 49c per yd 40 inch Black Figured Perola Cloth 100 quality only 69c per yd 44 inch Tamese Cloth in beautiful shades 100 qual- ityF 6gc per yd 38 inch All Wool Black Serge soc quality only37c per yd 36 inch best Percales I2rZc quality only loc per yd 36 inch125Zc Berkely Cambric only IOC per yd Lonsdale Bleached Cotton only 7c per yd Remember these prices are for MondayandTuesdaypriI2930Only ICKAGIN f BRO I 41 ST GLAIR AT THE BRIDGE f- JII IIIlffimmnnmrrml tJIrFI See the new parasols and umbrellas New Colored Um brellas Fancy Handles Sito zo0Vr 20 dozen Childrens Muslin Drawers from i to 7 years all 1 sizes 12 i2c pair Black Taffeta Silks big bar jJgains at 5oc 75c and 100 Yy rand of in at at ht PLYMOUTH AND flTTSRURGH CO- ALs j t t i I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of jfreshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Goal of best quality Leave your orders whiJ it is large = Jtbe clear and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Company k W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 1 FISHING TROKLE j STAGG 8 BACON t i tI FRANKFORT KY- j 1 to + American i 1 1Corsets A little Better than the Best A Shape for o every Figure Try them We are sole agentsi wrSIFarrner f o 32Gt Cor Main and Lewis Sts Frankfort KyJeoe eo eeeooeo eeeoaeoooeeeoeooeeo eo Alk jJt 4iW 1f1ii I C D cJ QPIsrBoIJ cot4 Cfferings For rile Wee1d i i LACE CURTAINS At off regular price i SILKS Foulards from 500 per yard upi k CHALLiS I + All Wool Challi at 35 cents i SAM D JOHNSON COfuumun uumDEATHS DEATHS In Lousville on Monday Mrs Katie Collins Oush ing wife of Mr Will Cushing and daughter of Mr Pat Collins of this city of quick consumption Mrs Cushing visited at her old home iu this city December 27 l lost returning the 29th seemingly 1taswell as usual The next morn if ing her husband left the room to get something for her and when he returned he found that she load j ruptured a blood vessel and a copious hemorrhage followed From that time she was unable to leave her bed until the end came She was a very lovable woman y The remains were brought here Tuesday and the funeral too place from the Church of th Y Good Shepherd Wednesday morn ing the body being placed i our cemetery Evaporated Apples 61 cents per pound at LangdonCreasey Cos- 88itRv MATRIMONIAL BRIGGSSCOTT Announce ment is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Guy H Briggs of this city and Miss Lexmgtonf young attorney and Miss Scott is a frequentlyVwife The wedding takes plac early in June AllllbiI J IHeyto U SfiMTfl And bring children into the world to suf i Peopledoij under a fair skin and that the fire smold ering in the blood of the parent break into flame in the flesh of the chip DiscoveryI i formyscrofulaIwith consumption and scrofula My eldest son hemortJ yearMycommencedtoUse Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets for the boWels and liver 1i i s7DRESS GOODS r In lengths for Skirts and Waists at half price SPECIAiL PRICE Onqrashand Tickings We have too many OUTING CLOTHS 8 cents per yard for best roc and I2jc goods v while they last YU can not enjuy perfect health rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged DeWitts Little Early Risers cleanse the whole system They never gripe South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie Choice Red Salomn 10 cents per can at LangdonCreasey Cos- 83it a FOUND DEAD About 1180 on Thursday night the body of Mr James A Suter was found in the alley in the rear of tho Episcopal Church by Messrs Geo H Stehlin and Abe Gum cold in death with only his underclothing on Royalethe saloon of Moore Bros on housenwas closed went out into the alley In less than an hour he was found as above stated with a new suit of clothing and shoes missing There was also a slight con tusion on his head which leads hadgunadertaking establishment of De bony MoEwan and prepared for burialMr Suter was the son of Mr Jesse Suter of this city formerly ofeAttorney R Lee Suter of Louisville MEETING ALUMNI ASSOCIA TION The regular annual business meeting of the Alumni Associa tion will be held at the city school building Mayaat 8 oclock Every member is urged to be pres ent LULU NELSON Secretary Y M C A ANNIVERSARY The fifth anniversary of the local Young Mens Christian As- s ointion is to be celebrated Sun day evening May 5th at the Christian Church Rev Mark Gollis of Lexington has been secured to give the address The churches of the city will unite in this special service and it is be lieved it will be the best in the history of the Frankfort Associa tion Mr Oollis is a most at tractive speaker and is thoroughly in sympathy with the cause of young men An effort is being made to have Mr W 0 Davis give a special address to men only at the Y M 0 A building in the afternoon A most commendable report is being prepared showing the work of the past year which will be published in next weeks issue l r Fine Blue Grass Farm at Public Auction FOR the purposo of division or tho estate of J Blalcemore deceased tho fnnn on which ho resided for ninny years before his death situated in Franklin Kentucky 7 miles from Frankfort on tho Lawrencoburg turn pike will be sold at public auction to trio high est bidder on the of May on premises There are almost acres of land about culItlvntcdpally sugar maple on about acres of the bluegrass dwelling is a twostory frame built only n few years ten rooms finished in herd wood and located on a commanding eminence There are on tho two good barns with other suitable outbuildings including ico house now full of ice and large orchards of apples bearingThoro station within a mile of tho house at Farmdnle and Alton Station on tho Louisville Southern Rail road is but three miles distant The land is in the best condition for and the fencing repairAthousehold and kitchen furniture will bo sold together with all the horses cattle sheep hogs farming implements of every description and all poul try on The solo of tho land and person lty will be without reserve to close mo affairs of tho estate tho land for onethird cash balance in one and two years with 0 per cent interest from date of sale secured lien on tho land Tho on credit of threo months with alllawnspurchaserswithInquiries about tho sale be addressed to KyMRS Admz April 82tdBUYS ANOTHER FARM Mr Jas H Graham has pur chased another fine Woodford county farm He bought the farm of Mr B F Haoketti six miles from Versailles containing 220 acres and it cost 16000 Mr Graham is now the owner of a large tract of fine land A GENTLE HINT In our style of climate with its sudden changes of temperature rain wind and sunshine often intermingled in a single dayit is no wonder that ohildrenI friends and relatives quently taken from lis by neglected colds half the deaths resulting directly from this cause A bottle of Boscheees German Syrup kept about your 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 won derfil 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 81ly APPOINTMENTS Oli Thursday last President Mc Kinley made the appointments of officers for the Eastern District of Kentucky as follows Judge=Hon A M J Cochran of Maysville District AttornoyJ H Tins ley of Barbourville MarshnlCapt Stephen G Sharp of Lexington The appointees are all good men and true Sovontopn pounds of granulated sugar for at LangdunCroasoy Cos 881 t SKIRTS t A few blacks Skirts formerly 750 and 900 Inow 350 DIMITIES 84 MUSLINS J From 7r4c to 275 per yard Remember the place 311 Main St Pleasant to take Laxative Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Consfipation as they bring about a norms action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etcPY our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4 HONEST MEDICINE FOR IAN LA GRIPPE George W Waitt of South Gar diner Me says I have had the andIof no account but profit to the CoughRemedydone any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grip have all left me congratulate the manufac turers ofnn honest medicine For sale by JV Gayle told South Longmoor I ARRESTEDCONFESSED Yesterday morning a young man by the name of Howard Masters was arrested and lodged in jail charged with having taken the clothing of Dick Suter who n was found dead Masters confessed having stripped Suter lifter he was dead It is not so much what the news papers say as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend that has brought Chamberlains Cblio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy into such general use It is as natural for people to express their gratitude after using this remedy as it is for water to flow down hill It is the one remedy that can til way bo depended upop whether n baby bo sick with chol era iu fanturn or a man with chol era luorbus Have you a bottle of it in your home For sale by J W Gayle slid South Long moor = For The Roundabout THE CROSS OF HONOR Presented to the living Confederate soldiers by the United Daughters of the Confederacy True honor be to them l That wear this little gem No kingly diadem Could speak more glory For them no gild or gloss They bravely face their loss In silence bear their Cross Such is their story RHF HUMAN HEARTSJ whaleisomesympathies of the spectators and moving them now to tears now to laughter is now Human Hearts a forciful melodramaS now launched upon another sea son of success It is a play for the family young and old It is a erlaxation from care and worry a force in character building through exciting such feelings and sentiments as tend to develop and strengthen a man It is universal in its power to interest to move and to amuse for it dealsi with experience to mankind though specialized by a chosenrenvironment life among the hills in Arkansas Once seen this drama is sure of a hearty welcome on a return late At Capital Opera House April 80th Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatJ l s Tne Frankfort Rouna out Entered at tho postofllee at Frankfort Ken tuoky as secondclass mailable mutter QEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 27 1901 OAPT RIPLEY ACQUITTED On Saturday morning at 1180 oclock the jury in the case came into court and return- eI verdict of not guilty Capt Ripley was warmly con gratulated by his many friends t upon his triumphant acquittal There never was at any time a single word of evidence to in any r way show that Capt Ripley was connected with or knew anything i about any plot or conspiracy to assassinate Mr Goebel and it was another outrage upon law and decency when ho was incarcerated upon this dastardly charge Capt Ripley conducted himself taS a brave and courteous gentle 1r wan throughout his imprisonment and trial and quietly but firmly refused to entertain any proposi Jfcions for a compromise or a release except upon a square straightup sanddown verdict of a jury The unspeakable Campbell knew ttoo well that he did not have a Golden a Culton a Nooks or a Jtfgtthews to deal with and was too cunning to take a hand in a losing fight For the splendid bravery and intelligence of Capt EipleyB de voted wife we can not speak in too high terms of praise They remained in this city until Monday morning when they re turned to their Henry county 1 home followed by the best wishes of their hosts of friendsof n1E shades of politics j GETS THERE Again and again the truth that Frankfort boys get there is being illustrated This time it is our young j friend S I M Major jr son of our old patron Col S I M Major Sam made a record for himself during the Spanish war and has been promoted from a Naval Cadet to Ensign to take rank January 21 last With Ensign Major there were three other Kentucky boys Messrs Guy A Bissett Jno H Beokner and Claude C Bloch r We tender our hearty cougratu Jlations LIVELY TIMW 3A steer made its escape from 1I 3 i I Baby Thriveila 4 If not 3 wrong with r mothers tish it she needs SCOTTS t fOthe baby If baby is not 2 nourished by its artificial I 4 food then it requires I Scotts Emulsion r tlialf a teaspoonful three 4bottle2 tmagicalr 4 and children 3YShould be taken summer as well as winter oc and Sroo druggists SCOTfot BOWNE Chemists New York e the slop pens of a distillery on Sunday morning and made a lively attempt to get away It ran into the river nt the upper lauding swam across to the South Side was washed under an empty barge came out unscathed scram bled up the bank jumped two or three fences and was finally cap tured and returned to the place he started from Running sores ulcers boils byDannor otherdmoor and W MoKee Hrtrdie FRANKFORT BOY GETS THERE AGAIN St Louis Mo April 28 1901 Editor Roundabout publishedBryanformerlywas all right but you dont want to forget the Colonels son E P Bryan jr The young Colonel was lately promoted to one of the most responsible positions of the L N Railroad and a week or two ago was elected city council man of Ferugsou a suburb of St Louis and in addition to all this girlinST LOUIS SUBSCRIBER You will waste time if you try dyspepsiabymakes it worse when you do eat heartily You always need plenty- of good food properly digested Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the re sult of years of scientific research for something that would digest not only some elements of food but every kind And it is the ore remedy that will do it South Longrnoor and W McKee Hardie CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR From an address to his constituency of which we are in receipt of a copy we learn that Mr Clarence E Woods the talented editor of the Delta of Sigam Nu is a candidate for the nomination- for Mayor of the city of Richmond- on the Democrats ticket If the views given in his address are those held by Mr Woods and we have no doubt they sire our friend stands little chance of getting the nomination These views do not suit the ringsters and gangsters but are the kind that all honest men hold in common without regard to their party affiliations We hope that our friend may succeed in his ambition All our small cities need such men as Woods to tho front in muuicpal affairs Best Route to St Paul and Min noapolis r Chicago NorthWestern Ry The NorthWestern Limited electric lighted leaves Chicago daily at 080 p in Service unequaled Tho best of everything Three other firstclass fast trains daily from Chicago also 900 a m daylight trains 100O p m Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex press For tickets rates and full information apply to your near est agent or address A F Cleve land 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr W C Lutkomeier and wife celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage on Thursday evening at their home on Lewis street There wore a large num ber of friends present to wish thorn many happy returns of the auspi cious hour I had piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve After using it once I forgot I ever had anything like pilesE O Boice Somers Point N Y Look out for imitations Be sure you ask for DoWitts South Long moor and W McKee Hardio j tA FII = U t Economy Is Wealth SAYS THE WISE SAW 4 money point toISEE OUR SELECTION EXTREMELY FASHIONABLEoWELL TAILORED PERFEC- TFITTINGReadytoWear Suits i made best mills fabrics These Suits should sold to good purchase on part gives opportunity to choice at Here is a chance to Practice Without Sacrificing Desire fland a great man told us that desire is economys greatest enemy Shaker Iboy to andat prices to keep youfrom every togs Double Jacket Suits Sizes 8 to l6 years Russian Blouse Suits Sizes 3 to 6 years Vestee and Sailor Blouse Suits i Sizes i to 10 years Ideal CONVENTION NEW one round to are an Queen Route May as above be on one trains in South are service of Queen patrons ticket 30td ri j perhaps x It IS but we IMII IWknow a of peopl7who hlVefbeen very a r many years but who are still Igreatwealthy there is no doubt that who tljudicious becoming has a theI who wastes and l this brings us to at which i we have We want y to ask IrCHOICE i IIof 3 from some of American be at 18 22 but a our us an offer you Economy has 15I It rgr JLn J ZJuI r u J- Mr iI THIS ALL 1FASHIONABLE CLOTHli Is Label Makers Our Boys Clothing Department sr is a very prominent our business We sell everything that a 28 wear shoes low enough worry IIttime your boy new Breasted 150 600 350 700 250 TO 650 IIIIII i AND YOUR MONEY BACK IF DISSATISFIED i IJI I 3hoes EhO SaaIi I 1m We Lead this ent Kid Patent Leather Calf I iiLldiesr X I SOUTHERN BAPTIST ORLEANSI Low rates trip New nounoed the for 7th 8th and 9th account Baptist Convention Tickets will sale faro for tho round trip Fin est the at tho Ask agents for par tioulars PA lot economtc far However but the man practices economy far chance wealthy Ithan fellow his the should started you the tU Date LABEL IS ON G This the or the feature of needs except needs TO I I T0 m in Velour 1 by Crescent Orescent of FOR SALE One Show Case with table eight feet long Two Upright Show Cases One Upright Ribbon Case Holds BOO pieoeos All above cases are of best wal nut a D JOHNSON G- O82tf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DIaests what you eat t I Dr CadyB Condition Ponders are just u horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a 2Jicents v For sale W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise yWork guaranteed r Uur fM S FARMER MAIN LEWIS I Ii SPECIAL SALEP rj For next week we will make special iIprices on Ready Made Suits and Col ored Wool Dress Goods All New- y y Goods Correct styles Best Values to lit be had Come and see for yourself 1 t IN KENTUCKYS TWELVE tInthe new army hill there was a provision that the President l should select and appoint 588 First and Second Lieutenants for the reorganized army I This has been done and the following have been selected as Kentuckys quota of that number Henry Watson Lindsey Robt SE Grinstead Arthur G Sharpley Marion B Wilhoit Paul C Gal 14 leher Win A Haycraft Wilford J Tyman Robt M Shearer Robt 0 Payne Carroll Power Jag K Watkius and Saml Creed Card well ft f A RAGING ROARING FLOOD J1r Washed down a telegraph line 1whiQh Ohas C Ellis of Lisbon ia ad to repair Standing r i waist deep in icy water ho writes gave me a terrible cold and cough It grew worse daily Fi Dally the best doctors in Oakland Neb Sioux City and Omaha said I hud consumption and could not live Then 1 began using Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Pos it yley guaranteed for coughs 1use j 1 fran dort Ky 10 1901 To my Friends and Neighbors The Prudential Insurance Com pany have this day paid me tie amount insured by their policy upon the life of my wife The amount due was paid in full very promptly and without putting me to I recommend the Prudential tp all deeding life insurance Respectfully JOHN GILPIN A 88lt La Grippe coughs often continue for months and some times load to fatal results rafter the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Itpleys Honoy and Tar affords and 69ourity fIOlbthe e coughs Soutl Longmoor VMcKeo Btardie BUYS PROPERTY Mr L B 11eiseuburghuM- ondaypurchasod the property of Mrs Thompson on Main street opposite the Capital Hotel for 2500 cash This s a good piece of prcportyI JOB COULDNT HAVE STOOD IT o 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 25o a box Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Gayle FLOWERS FOR SALE d 0Nioe line of wilding plants off all kinds now ready Prices rca sonable JOHN KRAEHENBUEHL Frankfort Telephone No i02 828tlt 2tlIt r HEART AND SWORD Mr Walker Whiteside will for a term of years act under theI management of Shipmau The arrangomentwas made twenty four hours after the burning of the Coates Opera House Kansas City in which fire Mr Whiteside Jgst three complete productions viz Hamlet Eugene Aram and U Heart and Sword From 1898 to 1898 Mr White side devoted himself entirely to the production ofj Shakespearean and other classical plays In the fall of 1898 he made a decided de parture and entered the field of romance producing The Red Cockade His artistic as well as his financial success was pro nounced and he decided to aban don the Shakespearean plays for several years This year he opened this season in a new romantic comedy Heart and Sword The play it is said has scored an unquali fied success Shipmau Brothers have supplied Mr Whiteside with an entirely new production for the play and will send him for a brief tour through the south Mr Whiteside will appear at the Capital Theatre Friday May 8d 4 IT IS EASY TO FEEL GOOD Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings New Life Pills which positively cure constipation sick headache dizziness jaundice malaria fever and ague and liver algid stomach troubles Purely vegetable Never gripe or weaken Oply 5 nt J W Gayle STATE CONVENTION OF OSTEOPATHS The State Couventon of Osteopathic Physicians was hold in Lexington on Saturday last After the transaction of business the following officers wore elected for the ensuing yea- rPresdentDr R P Buok master Frankfort Ky- ViceProjdgntDr H A Thornbury Oynthiana Secretary and Treasurer Dr H E Nelson Louisville Trustees Dr Adeline BellCov ington Dr Kellogg Mt Sterling Dr H H Carter ShelbyvjUe- We congratulate our hustling young friend Dr R P Buck master upon his selection as pros ident l CHANGE OF STAND This is to notify the public that we have taken our fine combined stallion Star Bowen to Owen county to remain one week and will alternate weekly from our place to Owen oounty 822w SULLIVAN BROS Extra Values jCarpets Mattings Rugs and Curtains This is the season whenyou want themis We have the best styles and lowest prices We handle only the best goods Cansave you money on spring purchases r STANDARD PATTERNS FOR MAY NOW STOCKrLI lungJ TheyreY HI have been troubled with in digestion for ten years have tried many things and spent much money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all other medicines taken I feel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty SunnyLanetestified as did Mr Riggs South Longmoor and W McKee Har die ASSIGNED The old dry goods firm of J L Rodman Son of this city made an assignment on Wednesday for the benefit of creditors Mr Jno W Rodman being named as the assignee Ruomrs of financial trouble of this firm had been rife for some timeUniversal sympathy is felt for them in their troubles ECZEM AND SKIN ERUPTIONS Remipks Eczema Cure and Romicks Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure the most obstinate oaseAt John W R Williams 88ly taGKllaxyhaWvcure At hoa WIth IUM eu I Book ofJl6r DP FREtilUfliM Xerth r ITrustees Notice- ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to estate of the late Hunt McEwan are notified to como forward and settle and all those having claims against the estato of said decedent are requested to present tho sumo to me properly proven for settlement- J ANDREW GAIN April 13lm Versailles Ky For Sale THE property of Frankfort Brick Co con 18 acres of good claYlancomplete equipment for making sold at a bargain Also six building lots in South Frankfort Apply to 814t T BUOKLEY Public Sale of Farm Stock c N account of age and Infirmity of Mr Glan J ton I will sell for him without reserve at auction on the remises bne and one halt miles from Erankfort on the Lawrence burg on SATURDAY APRIL 27TH all the real and personal property of Mr Dan- G anton The farm about acres most of which is in small grain clover grass c a nice vegetable or stock oracres which will raise fine b hemp acres of corn land Is now cngJI and ready for planting 5 acres new broken up and for tobacco anything desired by purchaser I will sell all and furniture farming implements such as wagons plows harrows c several head of cattle including a number of fresh mulch cows two fine sup of poultry This 1 a desirable location convenient to market schools and churches Well watered and a healthy situation If tho purchaser desires growing crops will ho appraised by disinterested if ac cepted immediate possession surrendered to otherwise of the dlsposCtlOflTERMSFor bearing note at 0 r cent for deferred pay ments lien retained For tho personal erty 10 and under cash over propImonths credit with negotiable paper cash sales money required before property Sale at a m JAS A VIOLETT 818t Attorney for Dan Qlanton yOUSld MILES Jj E1 Mo FLOUR f FIRST Because it is the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory and l employed in its protduction The J E MJlillin- Co J N MILES Sec I NOTICE Life insurance policies big andi small bought for cash Apply to 82tf A R BURNAMjr LION COFFEE- A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL w A Tablespoonful to a Cup rectBUT OF A TABLESPOONFUL OF Lion Coffeewill give you stronger coffee than a tablespoonful of any other kind Here is where you save money USE LION COFFEE Always insist upon getting it LION COFFEE- is absolutely pure and not a coffee which is glazed or coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to hide imperfections In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list No housekeeper incfact no woman man boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness comfort and convenience and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold WOOLSON SPICE CO TOLEDO OHIO j I i I I I i i ii A SJLDJHTaj 4i 20TH CENTURY DESIGNS ea RFobs for ladies and gentlemen Barrettes and hair clasps purses and bags t insterlS x iO a AND CUT GLASS We carry the best line of cut ti glass in the city and it is the most brilliant put on the market We have just everyr ISTANDARD CANDLE LAMPS This lamp IS adapted to fit any candle holding a candle automatically adjusting itself as it is Sconsumed Safer and cleaner than the bare candle obviating drip or dangerf of fire Purcel shades Linings and Mica protectors r M A SIADiI1T i RELIABLE JEWELER j e ee+e SI JIIleiIrISiIIrIreeeeee 7 Everybody Knowsr thegetheroverwork loss of sleep improper Nervine After doctoring with several foodall the tend to irritate the temper eminent physicians and trying advertised oneandThe down of the life forces must be stopped prostration I found a permanent cases nervous cure in greatestcheckedas GRESHAMToJIi Miles NervineI-tads directly on the nervous system quiets the irritation rests the tired brain and the onceIIL RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL McCreadyteotorSunday Holy Communion 9 a m Morning prayer and sermon at 11 R m- Evening prayer and confirmation mS DnSundayschool and adult Bibe at 945 am andbihlepublicireBAPTIST CHURCH Rev M 2 Adams the pastor will preach lot 11 a m and 780 p m The pastor is preaching a series Of sermons on The Difficulties of the Bible beIvenAfter Death Sundayschool in the chapel at I 45 a m Special classes for young men Young Peoples Society will meet At 680 p m chapel evenlnSeats free and all are cordially in- Vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Rev Geo Darsie the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Night Subject Wrestlingthe last of the series on Christian AthleticsChristian Endeavor Society will ffieet in the chapel at 645 W D Furr Topic Fidelity to Pledges meetsFridayPravermeeting fon Wednesday nitrbt at 780 Topic Work in the Homo Field The public will be cordially wel corned to all these services and es cityICATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted MajortheLow mass at 780 am High mass 10 a m Vespors at 780 p rym FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Dr J Blayney tho pastor will preach at 11 am und 780 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor moats In the Sunday intip even The public cordially Invited j METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Morning subject Christs Mes sage of Warning and Encouragement to a Backslidden Evening subject Be Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out The influence of the meetings at the Methodist Church is being felt in the community The meetings will continue over into next week and probably during the whole productiveServices every evening next week at 745 oclock Public cor din ily inVited Epworth League moots at 645 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe Jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and at 780 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris pmPrayermeeting in at 780 p m publicis MEETING Rev Lloyd Darsie of Paris Ky begins n meeting with the Christian Church in this city Monday night week May 6th He is a preacher of power KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat ItartifciallydigeststhefoodandatdsNature structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest dlscovereddlgest aut and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency ltstantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand all other results of Imperfect digestion PrlcoSOc and Large size contains 2 times small size Book all ab ut dyspopsla muHedtrce Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Cblcago 1d1 4jji GOOD PLACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEY FOR SALE STOCKS AND BONDS 21 shares of Frankfort Water Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Temple stock 15 Masonic Temple Bonds 108 610 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks RyCoseach RyCoeach 65 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 80 shares Capital Gas Elec tric Light Cos stock REAL ESTATE 2 storerooms in the Williams KyBOO of Shelby street South Frankfort Ky known as the J Stoddard propertyAbout 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 dairy farm Sales will be made upon reason able time For particulars apply to JOHN W RODMAN or DR J S COLLINS Feb Otf- Pumpkin large cans only 4 VCosOLD SOLDIER DEAD Mr Chas Deohno who formerly lived in this city and worked at the coopers trade died on Tuesday last at the Soldiers Home at Dayton Ohio and was buried in tho National Cemetery Mr Jno T Buckley will have stockMonday on 7 to 9 oclock p m Be sure to go- 88lfc f 1 11 GROGERIESANB LIQUORS LOWEST PRICES r I JOH1YBRISCOLL Jt i ECZEAlA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLE 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 Botanica 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 skin to become clear and tho breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 80 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT rile advi ed to bydruggistsCompletedirections ferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO4141IitcheB St Atlanta On Dpsprlhn your trouble and tree givenUSTFor 48ly 2 Skin troubles cuts burns scalds and chafing quickly heal Witchssure DeWitts South lLongmoor and W MoKee Hardie FOR BARGAINS IN Groceries Flour Meal Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TO W J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail AFTER LAGRIPPEWHAT- Usually a racking cough and a general feeling of weakness Foleys Honey and Tar is guaran teed to cure tho grippe cough and make you strong and well South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie BOARD AND LODGING Two gentlemen or a husband and wife desiring firstclass board in large room with dress ing room attached can obtain it by calling fit this officei HYHII1JtIU C1iI WJ Rempairer GRDNWALD p Idays Leave orders with tI GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 221y rfi ft DO YOU WANT stockofany kind of prpcrty Write mu with aU the AddresDoe 16ly u For Sale 1eApplyFOR RENT storeroomformerly street South Side Possession given at once 28 tf N F RICHARDSON y Spring coughs are specially dan gerous and unless cured at once serious results often One j Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not a common mix remedySouthKee Hardie DressBoxriti l t Couches Bed Lounges Sofa douches and Chairs We are overstocked ors above and offer special inducements in the i way of prices for theinext 10 days A words to the wise is sufficient i A i 1Rkr Dec 1ly tw t r ffW1NCHESTERNEW FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS JIformlttlOOMMUNIOATED 11i To the Editor of the Roundabout 01see in the CourierJournal of t the 28d hist a communication i from State Senator Thomas of i Bourbon county advising the abandonment of the further im rIverIwas su to spe JJkSuch a recommendation from any source especially from a State Representative and still more upou1iIfi sawmill at Ford on the Kentucky t river and the only reason he gives 5for the abandonment of the river ff improvement is the injury it is doing the sawmill and lumber business on the river It is but i too true that selfishness is the source of many evils in this li- ferrbut it is not often that so candid a confession is made as the basis faction Suppose we admit the damnMymayIcontinue to do to the sawmill and lumber business on the river will not that injury to a few in dividuals be compensated a thousand fold by the benefits to the l many thousands of other people along the river from the moun t tains of Kentucky to Carrollton at its month and from hence Salong the Ohio river to Louisville below and to Cincinnati above its mouth If the extension of the ri looks and dams to the immense coal fields of our mountains will enable the people along the Ken tr tacky river and those along the t Ohio river above mentioned to get their coal at five cents per bushel perbushelwould it not offset the loss Mr Thomas and other lumber men would sustain by continuing the river improvement If coal could WCtu Ever have them Then we cant tell you anything about them You know how dark everything looks how you are about 5ready to give up Some how you cant throw off 41I depressionAre so blue Isnt it yournerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are being poisoned from the impurities in your blood Yfr31sa- rJiPOfUIOpurifies the blood and c gives power and stability i to the nerves It makes health and strength activ ity and cheerfulness This is what Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparilla in the land the kind that was old before other Sarsa parillas were known This also accounts for the saying One bottle of Ayers is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind sue a tattle All drunlsts Wrttm that Doctor aJ you have whatever r the best medical advice you doctorfreelywithout cost Addren In J YEll Lowell Mass V T Vr l everydayif we had slack water to our moun tains we would not be dependent on one or two rises in the Ohio every year for our coal supply and consequently the price would be reduced to onehalf of the pres ent rates And can Mr Thomas suppose that the State of Kentucky after expending originally four or five millions of dollars on the five looks which she constructed and the United States after expend ing as much more in repairing the old locks and dams and in build ing the three new locks and dams and after extending the navigation nearly to the mountains will abandon the improvement because the Ford Lumber Company and some others in the same business may not make as much money as they think they could make if the work was abandoned Such an idea is not only unreasonable but absurd The CourierJournal while pub lishing Mr Thomass communication has given editorially a complete refutation of the views he advanced for which I am satis interestedIthank that able journal L HORD Mr Jno T Buckley will have the closing auction of his stock on Monday from 2 to 5and from 7 to 9 oclock p m Be sure to go 88lt DISASTROUS FIRE ROYAL MILLS DESTROYED At 980 oclock on Thursday night an alarm from box 21 called the fire boys to the big Royal Mills on East Main street It was found that the whole interior of the structure was a roaring furnace and being covered with iron the flames were kept from view until under such headway as to preclude any hope of saving the buildingBy work on the part of the fire laddies the flames were confined to the mill although the buildings adjoining were so close that it was thought they would surely be burned The fire started in the engine groom and had evidently been burning for a long time before discovery The mill was one of the finest theIcomparatively new millIright rmachineryThe elevator had about 20000 bushles of wheat stored in it bef aides a supplly of corn all of destroyedIonJ the mill will reach 20000 or 21000 and on the grain half as much more making a total of nearly 81000 with but little insurance The insurance was in the Milllers Mutual Insurance Companies Mr Weisenburgh is a hustling everybodymisfortune Tne following is Mr Weisen burghs estimate Loss on building 0000 Loss on machinery 12000 Loss on fiour wheat o 18000 Total loss 81000 Insurance On building 2000 On machinery 6 000 On 5000 Total insurance 18ObO ATTENTION SIR KNIGHTS There will be a called conclave of Frankfort Commandery No4 Knights Templar on Monday evening April 20th for work in Red Cross and Templar Orders A full attendance of the members is desired and Sir Knights sojourning in the city are courte ously invited to be present By order of M P BROWN Attest Commander CHAS N WIARD Recorder Mr Jno T Buckley will have the closing auction of hlsstock on Monday from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 oclock p m Be sure to go 88 Jt Langdons Baking Powder put up ip 1 pound cans for only 10 cents at LangdonCreasey Co 88lt HOW IT IS DONE The first object in life with the American people is to get rich goodhealthby energy honesty and saving usingGreensyou be a despondent sulferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Appendicitis Indigestion etc such as Sick headache Palpiatation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the Head Nervous Prostration Low Spirits etc you need not suffer another 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 81- 1yNOTICE I Will Be Open For Business ffloitfau 0DI11 29tfi At 226 Ann Street where I will accommodate my customers un til Icon rebuild my flouring mill WBisinDurgnI LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Whinb in Quality and Flavor Are TO ANY BEERMADE EQUAL IN THE LAND- GALL FOR IT THE PItO DUCT 0 F A KentuckyIndustry D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Agt Sept 2ly NursariasI Shrubs AsparagusRhubarb Lawn and Garden Prices right as we no agents but sell direct to tho SpeoialStrawbery HF HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Mar 23m Phono 279 =r DO YOU WEAR A TRUSS If so let mo fit you All kinds Guar rightC JI A R Buss of Morgantown Ind had to get up ten or twelve times in tho night and had severe backache and pains in the kid FoleysKidneySouth Longmoor W MoKee Hardie TAYLOR Wallace has opened a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for tho treatment of Chronic Diseases Physioiaus in this adjoining counties having cases requiring operations or treat as they not the or facilities for giving send them to this institution terms address Wallace Frankfort To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to back of the actual making youll have to look to theiroasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have t coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer you a cent a poundJless than ARBUCKLES But dont tempted to buy a package of other a coffee when you can get Arbuckles Roasted r Coffeehfor it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind jIgoes furtherbesides being better flavored more satis fying You will find a list of useful arts cles in each package of ArbncldesSCoffee A part of one of these articles yours when you buy the coffee one you select from the list be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE DeptINew York City N Y iOTAYLOR 1 WHISKEYOf r BOTTLED IN BOND All WHISKEYS MATURE TOBCORKREPRESENTEDU SiOUARASAS THE COIN OF THE REALM EPRESENTEIS DIS14CT FORILLUSTRATED E H JR SONSSEE IrFRANKFORT Dr and such lent have time can For Dr 19tf start pores put and be some definite becomes The will BROS Notion IPAINS IN THE BACK ConstaniaNmoral years with kidney disease and suffered severe pains in the back I used Foleys Kidney Iihas given perfect satisfaction U Take no substitute South Louginoor and W MoJCqe Hardie 7i i 10 PER CENTA I OFFtr- y On all of our stock on hand to save moving expenses a Now is your chance r43 to buy house fur nishingt cheap We rexpect to go into our new quarters with an entire new hr i stockGo every where x else and then come sAto us and we Will Sell You Will remove to the John T Buckley k building St aboutffiMay 15 1901 t j a 1ry p BLACK FOOT TRIBE NO 07 I 0 R 11 f4 Grand Oraguizer F W Jones and Deputy Oragnizer John M laOhilton assisted by a team from Lexington and Paris organized a f Wigwam of Red Men in this city The following officers were FnleotedProphet Thos A Hall BriggshJ Senior Sagamore W fa Ma i gon f Junor Sagamore Dr 0 B DemareH ii Chief of Records C W Hay Keeper of Wampum John Ai f 1 Brielan Ii Collector of Wampum W B 3 Bridgeford tt COUNTRY CLUBS WHERE f PLAYEDfibr It would astonish the average 13 man to learn just how many 1 r4country clubs there are in the United States Millions of dolt 1 late have been invested in build J kII t 2L Washing Willow Furniture and e Wicker Chaste t Gold Dust Washing Powder f u4 Karat wttsr Use a scrubbing brush when i wtsttr beoomec du leut tolled get fresh follow a lOre dry cheese cloth and wipe dry beds can also be wssbd by this must be WIped dry quickly s abenlblokna =ov bN boo1d yt lOa aouizvour Ie rANNUJHt MtPANT llkas 8U Lome w f Lil REMOVAL SALE I STEMLINS I ST0RE I ing houses and beautifying grounds In one of its early issues The Ladies Home Journal will publish pictures taken at more than n score of the prettiest places where golf is played It will lie an interesting article both for those who play the game and for thoso who do not Y PISO Ei CYNTHIANA MAY 85 State meeting Christian En deavor Society will be held as above Low rates from all points in Kentucky via the Queen Orescent Route Ask ticket agents for particulars A BRIDE IS NEVER NERVOUS AT THE ALTAR The humorouus and unusual ex perience in the life of a metropol itan clergyman are told by the Rev David M Steele of New York City who has just written about Some People I Have Mar ried for The Ladies Home Jour nal Mr Steele declares that the prospective bride is always ner vous until the time for the mar i i liaid worli without iWhkfiIronPad4nwngau4to NEW 150IPIANO BARGAINS The Pianorenting season has closed and we have a tremen dous stook of pianos which have been used some of them as good as new and all in first olass order We offer them at SPECIAL PRICES- We have not space to mention all but here are Some Average SpeoimensI2 Webers 210 00I3 Steoks 165 5 Harvard 310 00 Harvards used 295 00 two sea 3 H F Miller 230 00 4 Haynes i N 118 00 3 Hallet Davis 160 00 6 Smith Barney 21O 00 Whitakers 155 00 Eokers 170 00 3 Steinways 310 00 1 Knmbe 270 00 3 Merrills 200 00 a Everette 365 00 old scale J 3 Everetts t t 435 00 new scale and 96 ethers THE JOHN CHURCH COMPANY e Corner Fourth ud Elm SU CINCINNATI- 826t riage ceremony when she is calm and collected The groom is ex actly the reverse Always cool until ho comes to face the clergy men when his nerves invariably give wil- yNOTtD HEALER IN TOWN The greatest healer of modern times is Banner Salve for cutes wounds sores piles and all diseases It is guaranteed South Long moor W McKee Hnrdie John L Scott will sell his beau tiful Edgewood Homo at public auction at 8 p in Saturday May 4 1901 It fronts nearly 800 feet on East Main street and contains about 27 acres Half cash bar ante in 10 years at 5 per cant 80dt 10 PER CENTf lOFF Remember we will make this the great est sale ever offer ed We will make f you lower prices than other 1youon every dollarsttworth of goods you L buynCall and see us 1 whether you Buyaor Not Jt tNo trouble to i show goods I FURNITURE n CARPETS AND STOVESt initiatingr louseworkis Go1dDust theyt 6II Louisville ANDChicago BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P NWCor4thantIMarket Ste Ixmlavlll BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska 1Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR OARS f kT2IRUQQ PASSR 8T HOWARD ELLIOTT QENL iW WAKELCY OENtPA8tRAOTTLOUI lj TIME TABLE SOUTH M016 No17 No19 IL P bit t Lexington 20ffl 885 t jlFrankfort NORTH f1PMAMi 7414b tt 444Iagrange840 862 647 1046tr60Frankfort kJ TAJLEJC11i 0 ujf1 SOUTH MIA MIA Loalsvllle Eminence TIME tNo No 11 x PM ft Lv Lexington 816 555 618Shelbyville iAAr Loalarllle 1100 800r lNORTH t Na221No kfIAMPX hir t rLTrnrrrlkftto FRIENDITHE LADIES HopkinsfiY BLEACHING CLOVESt JrDlockJUST THE THING for House Cleaning dening Driving Wheeling Outing Golf Sizes 8 4 6 0 7 8 9 Write for terns to GardHopkins Glove CotApollo Bldg Cln ia 7 t GIVES WOMEN RUDE SHOOK rWin FlltlMllixtlcflonifhfd the tnll J ntMhLj New Yuri tin i3 a i ore iia prost M Jc li i umtJcn u111 LifOT WttlMiV FCCJfitieE l C 1st d grilaA- i