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F T 2 TilE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT k ft OEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPinnDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS X100 In Adranes i j VOL XXIV1FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 25 f90L N0137 1f KENTUCKY RIVER IMPROVE IIF NTS Col Wm H MurrayN hnssent tous the following letter which is n very importnnb document to all of those who sen the inestimable t imIprovemEnts It shows clearly necessary for nil of us to go tc work and bring to hear every in- fluenceJ to obtain the assistance uf Representativesk We commend the letter to every bodys careful study and coopera tim Washington D C May 17 1001 Mr Wm H Murray Secretary Executive Committee Improve ment of Kentucky River 1081 Eust Washington Street Louis ville Ky SirYour letter of the 9th instant addressed to the Secretary of War and relating to the completion of the Kentucky River improvement has been referred to this office The appropriations authorized by the river and harbor act ofI q June 8 1890 will not be sufficient to complete the improvement 1There is now on hand a balance 45000000 and there remains to be appropriated in sundry civil acts under the authority of June 8 1896 490 00000 Work under the existing balance and under the 490OOOOC yet to be approprated will be pushed forward as rapidly as con ditions permit A contract h just being mado for tho construc tion of look No9 and prelim unary work in connection with looks Nos 10 11 12 18 and 14 is under way It is reported however by the officer in local charge in his an nual report for last year that the limit of authorized appropriations will be reached before the last four locks are well under Estimates of the amount 1wny to fully complete this were given in the last annual report of the Chief of Engineers and will be again placed before Congress at its next sea sionA permit of the completion of this work under continuing con tract will require additional legislation by Congress authorizing the Secretary of War to enter into t contract for the additional work required By direction of the Chief of En Very respectfully your obedient servant A MACKENZIE Colonel Corps of Engineers TO HEAL A HURT Use Banner Salve the great healer Its guaranteed for outs wounds sores piles and all skin diseases Take no substitute South Longmoor and W McKee HardieNEW REUNION MUSIC A new piece of reunion music has been published by 0 K Co of Memphis and 4HouckRook For originality and brilliancy it can not be excelled It is called the U C V March a twostep composed by Theo H Northrup and dedicated to the United Confederate Veterans Prom a musical as well as an artistic viewpoint this production issued especially for the coming reunion is a masterpiece and one that will live in the mem ory of those that will live who 1 hoar it from scores of bands and 1orohestras hone during the great gathering The contrast of the brilliant catchy first part with the sweet sadness of the memoies of the great tragedy recalled by the conclusion is where the composer has shown his art The cover is a beautiful thing wrought in the old Confederate colors The top of the sheet is stnndInrdtraits of Gens Robert E Lee and Nathan Bedford Forrest To the right of this is a foesimile of the Confederate emblemthe famous reunion button Two sheathed swords tend a branch of olive are emblematic of the eternal peace of the old North and South sections that no lower exist and this effect is heightened by a furled flag a shattered drum and a dismounted field gun at the base of the two portraits It is a work of art and a credit to the designer Evening Scimitar Memphis May 18 Mr lr J Baxter of North Brook N Csnys he suffered with piles for fifteen years He tried many remedies with no re sults until he used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him South Longmoor W McKee Hardie- BRYANTS STATION We have had a glorious rain which has been long neededIMisses Nannie Bryant and Katie Sudduth and Messrs W W and V B Pulliarn and Selbert Moore were guests of Miss Mittie Mitchell last Sunday DiedAt her home on Benson Saturday May 1 Mrs Ruth Moore wife of Mr Stoddard J Moore She leaves a heartbroken husband and three little children to mourn the greatest loss they can ever know In early life she United with tho Baptist Church at North Benson and has ever lived consistent to the faith she confessed in her Lord and Master The writer has known her from infancy and only knew to love her dearly and tenderly May the sod rest lightly on the sweet form it encloses To the sorely bereaved husband and loving friends we extend our deepest sympathy commending them to look upward to tho sun that is never to set in this their dark hour of sorrow and distress ever remembering that He woundeth but His hands maketh hole Ruth is not dead but sleepetb calmly resting from those early hours of pain and affliction await ing a happy reunion in that home where parting will be no more The angels are singing the sweet anthem on high She is waiting Ito greet you in triumph of joy in home where no more will bo heard a goodbye She was buried at Benson Sunday evening BornTo Mr James Whitman and wife May 4th a six pound baby girl We heartily welcome Mr High Top to our circle hoping he will write a longer letter next time We only got interested when the letter ended all of a sudden We were very muchshocked on last Sunday to hear of the serious illness of Mr J H Sudduth watchman at the Stagg distillery We did not learn what the trouble was only he had not been able to speak since Friday night and his wife was called home from the bedside of her dying bister Satur day morningiMrs Lula Phillips is very low inIdeedbloom of life crushed and wither ing Mr Geo L Mitchell went to Woudford county Saturday to spend several days with his son Mr Terrell Mitchell Wo are all expecting a nice mess of fish when he comes home Hope he wont disappoint us Bro Rummous attended the atlDenson Special Sale Of White Goods On ITIoiiaaii and Tuesaag FRENCH NAINSOOKS 75c quality only 59c per yard French Nainsook 50 cent quality only 39c per yd PARIS MUSLIN 75c quality only 59c per yd Paris Muslin 65c quality only 49c per yd Paris Muslin 50c quality only 39c per yd PERSIAN LAWN 35c quality only 29c peryd Persian Lawn 30c quality only 25c per yd Persian Lawn 25c quality only 20c per yd INDIA LINEN 25c qual ity only 20c per yd India Linen 20c quality only 15c per yd India Linen 15c quality ydiquality India Linen lOc quality only 8c per yd Remember these prices are for- Monday and Tuesday May 27 AND 28 ONLY This is a great opportunity to save money CIKAJN BRO 41 ST CLAIR AT BRIDGE r IMr W C Bryant is hnving ft tobacco bnrn erected on his newly purchased farm Mr Geo F Stigers had the misfortune to loose one of his milch jews Mr Stigers has had such jad luck this spring that we really feel sorry for him and family IVe wonder why it is thatour in such bad condition vhen so much money has been laid out for its repair More money than usual and still the road is in a worse condition than when only onethird the money in time past has kept it in a much otter condition than it is now kVell there is a mistery some vhore MOLLY YOCUM Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 2 The House With a Reputation For Houest Dealing WeAreReadyIn If you want whats uptodate come to Mc Clures Merchant Tailoring Our cutter Mr W H Moran has already established reputation by the style 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 andup Readytowear Clothing We can show you in this department a line of suits 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 ii K1 McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET w w- s SAFFELLS Wlo r Are Sole Agents for + fiIily and table use f- i Delivered in any JI cityI iy PERSONALS returneAJfrom t Hon Sam H Stone of Louisville was in the city this weekkMr Joel S Head Sr returned Tuesday from Dfor head Mr Joe LeCompfe of Lexington was in the city on Sunday IMissMay Homlrick Swigert has returned from Kokomo Ind f Miss Payne Dodd of Louisville is the guest of Miss Eva Macklin 1 Dr E H Black visited friends in Stamping Ground this week Mr Thos E Kenney and wife S visited friends in Owon uounty this week Miss Ada McEwing was the guest of relatives in Cincinnati on Sun dayMr Goo A Lewis of this spent Lexington Sunday with ofIicet Mrs Hiram Berry has gone to rWilkosbarro Penn to visit rel atives Mr Cliff Shropshire of Lexing t ton was the guest of relatives here on Sunday Mr Geo Donaldson of Sandusky tOhio was called here by the ill ness of his wife Miss Nora Miller of this oillce spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of relatives Mrs J Buford Hendrick was called to St Joseph Mo by the illness of her father Mrs J Morgan Chinn and children have gone to their old home in Marroclbuurg bur a visit Miss Nellie Orbison of Woodford county was the guest of relatives WednesdayFMr B F Procter and wife of Bowling Green spent Saturday and Sunday in this city Mrs Geo W Chinn and son Julian returned from Hanover Ind on Wednesday evening Mrs Lucy Farmer of Famdale was the guest of he son Mr W S Farmer the first of the week Mr Walter C Scott of Chicago Ills is visiting his father Col Jno L Scott Sr at Edgewood Miss Rachel Lillard of Lawrence burg is the guest of her sister Mrs W S Farmer Second street Mrs Alice Thomassoh left Saturday for Hanover Ind to be at the bedside of her nephew Mr Julian ChinnM T McLony and wife of Cynthiana were guests of their daughter Mrs J R Savage on Monday Mr Morley Adams of Hunting ton W Va h is been the guest of his brother Rev lI B Adams this week Mrs Walter C Whittaker of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs Ellen A Thomas has re turned home Mrs Albert H McClure andlittle daughter Sarah left Thursday afternoon to visit relatives in HarrodsburgMr Powell who is sta tfonod at Stamping Ground as U 8 Storekeeper spent Saturday y night in this city Mrs Orlando Brown was called to St Louis Mo on Tuesday by the acoidont to her sister Mrs Hannah Hord Hardin ofrMilwaukee WIs is visiting the Rev IiR McCready for a few daysMiss Lydia WIckliife Cooke of Louisville Jean Todd of Owensboro who have been visit returnedMr Adam K Stephens of Washington N C who has boon visit ing mother Mrs A E Stephens South Side for several days home on Tuesday Sir Knights Geo W Hutchoson T J Dullard J P Ripy and Dr G D Lillard attended services at the Episcopal Church in Frank fort Sunday Anderson News Mrs J B Eastin of Louisville Mrs C W Merchant Mrs A W Nazor and Miss Annie Flynn of Frankfort wore visitors at Mrs M L Searceys last FridayAnder son News Rev Lloyd Darsie of Paris who has been assisting his brother Rev Geo Darsio In the protracted meetings at the Christian Church for two weeks loft for home Tues day morning The many friends of Miss Bettie TJtterback are glad to welcome her home after a two weeks stay with friends and relatives in Dayton Ky She has many friends in the Queen City as well as the ad joining Kentucky towns who assure her an elegant time when visiting in that section LOW RATES TO THE PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION Via Queen Crescent Route Double Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full in formation ff OLZ AGENTS Or I On 1II InI I I I I I 1I oQnlio rIac loIJV I We are going to offer everything in our entire stock for next At Special 30 DAVSf oVPricesr t 4 At 06 A A F A I n Extra values in Table Linens All Pure Linen at 48c 65c 75u 15 Dozen Towels allLinen full size only 15e 300 yards India Linen Extra Values at 5c 8e 12c 15c 500 yards Beautiful Lawns no two patterns alikeI only 5eI Special prices on White Goods for Commencement Exercises AA = IA a Meitzel ODonnelliA A ro IA fi1Jo nL n a14 n o F AT COST FOR CASH Our Entire Stock of Millinery Hats Flowers Ribbons cfv Johnson ficHoge The White Front Store 311 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT BIG STORE SPECIALS WEDDING PRESENTSWhen ready to select your presents for the numerous June weddings do not fail to call and inspect our line of Imported Salid Bowls dike Plates Fruit Plates Brio Brnc und Fancy Lamps We also offer for next week the following SPECIALS Table Tumblers 4 patterns 15o per set- Decorated Plates per sot Beautiful Blue China Bowl 0 inch 25c Beautiful Blue China Bowl 10 inch 35c Glass Berry Bowls 7 inch lOc Glass Berry Bowls 8 inch 15c Glass Berry Bowls 9 inch 20c Also beautiful line of patterns for 2Cc DRY GOODS SPECIALS Best Light Calico 4o yard Best Red Blue or Giay Calico 5c yard Good Check Gingham fie yard Best Check Gingham wont fade Ladle Gauze Vest fie 60I Ladles Gauze Vest extra value WASH GOODS Our stock of White Goods Lawns Dimities and Ginghams is now complete the DressI ore the latest and the prices are Call and see them nnd we will save you money We are also effering an extra good lOc per palrj W T READING IESTABLISHED 1844 May 2C2t DAUGHTERS OF CONFED Tho ERACYIeracy will Spring Park on Tuesday Juno 4Iwhich will embrace dancing cream etc for only 25 coats mission Dont forgot it P9 PE DeWitbs Little Early Risers search the remotest parts of the bowels and remove the impurities speedily with no discomforts They are famous for their effi ciency Easy to take never gripe South Longomor and W McKee Hardie LOW RATES VIA Q C Covington Ky State Encamp ment G A R June 84 One fare for the round trip Ask ticket agents for full particulars M on treat N CV Christian Wjrkers Assembly July 21 to August 4th On sale July 22 good August 4th LodgoI ratesI Meet AssociationI Montreat N C Montreal toIFOUGHT FOR HIS LIFE IMy father and sister both died of consumption writes J T Weathervaxof WyandotteMich and I was saved from the same KingsIwhich an excellent doctor could not help a fow mouths use of this wonderful medicine made me as well as ever and I gained much in weight Infallible for coughs colds and all throat and Lung trouble Trial bottle free Guaranteed bottles 500 and J Wv Gayle 11 bJiOJtI Ii t FAArJo ioFnn l b 2 Muslin Underwear Big Line Well Made JSpecial values in Skirts Corset Covers Gowns and ilit Drawers 1 4 Ii t Off regular price on every garment Ladies Misses and Childrens Vests from 5c 8c lOc and l5c all full size Can show you all the latest in Hosiery big values at I ylOc15c and 25c 7ar LIE V 1 F r r n F L 0 a returning hut PLYMOUTH AND PITTSRURGH COAL 11 J t I JIamfreshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal of r t the best quality Leave your orders while it is ri and clean and they shall have my personal attentiontiJ t IHoge Coal and Feed Company W H HOLE Proprietor Telephone No 7 J CASH We give rebate checks on all j cash purchases thereby ing you 4 per cent and allowM you a partner in our Why not buy from us OurjzLp- rices are the lowest and ti tclassr j t h STAOG BACON tilt MASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT KY = itII yY vy Y VI V y + yy 7 American r fC Lady tl Corsets r1 It A little Better than the Best A Shape for every Figure Try them We are sole agents WSFARMER326t Cor Main and Lewis Sts Frankfort Ky I5 to LJ4t cLA r r MidSeason Clearance Sale 1 1 DRESS GOODS 38c for Albatross Worth SOC 67c for Wool Crepe du Chine worth too I7Sc for Wool Crepe du Chine worth 125 t25 for Silk ahdfWobl Crepe du Chine worth joo v S n rQEINBobT CCS i The White Front Store 311 Main Street 1 DEAT SINEWHOUSEIn this city on Wednesday about 1280 oclock p m Mr Morris Newhouse aged about 75 years Mr Newhouse had been a res ident of this city for about 40 years having come here from Germany He served for a num ber of years as clerk in the cloth ing house of the late Mr B JftOQbyv While so employed she married Miss Partee sister of Mr Elisha L Partee of Wood lord county by whom he had three daughters and one son who survive to mourn an indulgent and loving husband and father He as a member of the German Benevolent Association and his funeral which took place on Thursday services being con ducted by Rev M B Adams o the Baptist Church was attende- by that organizaton in a body Mr Newhouse was an honorable and upright citizen Sincere sympathy is extende- to the bereft family HYDEIn Ironton Ohio on HydeaKedMr Hyde was born in Ireland but came to this country when a child locating at Danville Ky Upon the breaking out of the civil war he enlisted in Gen Speed S Frys regiment in the Federal L IIS a seriousThing periodknownalways a period of suffering and the de rangement of mind and body is some so great that the family life is ute terly marred by the unhappy wife and mother At such a time every woman needs the help that is given by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It works with Nature soothes the nerves by nour ishing them and cures diseases of the delicate organs In brief it makes weak women strong sick women well Favorite Prescription contains no anyotherPreecrlpUonMrs Lizzie A Bowman of New Lalamoraa Washington Co Ohio Before I began taking Lcould not do anything I had mysackcan work and do not suffer I rec ommend Favorite Prescription to all women isULcfreecopyexpenseofcovers or 31 stamps for cloth to Dr JL V Pierce BuffaloN Y i SILKS Foulard Silks at costI58c for Colored Taffeta worth 75c 125 for 36 inch Black Taffeta the i 00 kind SUITS We have a few of this seasons suits left best makes that we will close at cost army and served until the close of the warIAfter his discharge from the army he removed with his wife a Miss Taylor of Danville toI this city and remained here until the infirmities of age compelled him after the death of his wife to go to the Soldiers Home in Dayton OhiojMr Hyde was a member of the Episcopal Church The remains were taken to Dan ville by his brotherinlaw Rev W H Hampton on Saturday where they were interred by the side of his wife in the cemetery at that place OLD SOLDIERS EXPERIENCE M M Austin a civil war vet eran of Winchester Ind writes My wife was sick a long time in treatmentdKings New Life Pills which worked wonders for her health They always do Try them Only storedMATRIMONIAL SECHftiJSTBOHNANONIn this city on Tuesday May 21 Mr Marson Seohrest and Mrs Laura Bohannon were married by Rev J R Savage- BRYANHEREFORD The weddiug of Mr E P Bryan jr formerly of this city but now of Ferguson a subifrb of St Louis Mo and Miss Eliza Wash Hereford of Ferguson is an nounced for June 4th at St Johns Church Ferguson Miss Hereford is the eldest daughter of Mr James E Hereford one of the most prominent lawyers of St Louis fwd is one of the handsomest young ladies of Ferguson which is noted for the beauty of its women Mr Bryan is a son of ColE P Bryan formerly of this city and St Louis but now in New York Mr Bryan jr is the contracting freight agent for the L N Railroad in East St Louis Ill and has been prominently mentioned for the honor of handling railroad the Louisiana Purchase CommitteoI in connection with the Worlds Fair in St Louis in 1110- 8WOODSONGLASSAnnounce mont is made of the approaching wedding of Mr D Meade Wood1 son of this city and Miss Mattie M Glass of Glasgow Va The happy event is to occur at the res idence of the bride on Wednesday June 20 COLVINTALIAFERROWILS- ONTALIAFERRO Cards are out announcing the marriage ofI Mr Richard Beverly Minor Colvin and Miss Maud Miller Taliaferro and Mr Ralph Riggs Wilson and Miss Hallie Belle Taliaferro iIii 1ilj which occur at the Methodist Church in Falmouth Ky on Wednesday June 5th The gentlemen we do not know but the fair brides are wellknown- in this city where their father Rev T F Taliaferro was pastor- of the Methodist Church for two years They are intelligent cul tivated and popular young ladies BIRTHS CRUTCHERIn Los Angeles Gal to Mr Albert H Crutcher and wife a onJ ha Page ROBERTSTo Mr E S RobeiUi and wife daughter GRATITUDE OF THE RATTLER Ive heard a good many snake stories since Ive been up in these parts said Col S Houston Tutt of Corsicana Tex who is in New Yorkrepresenting oil interests and Ive seen a lot printed but never a one have I struck that equaled in simple and touching beauty the thing that happened to my brother Jim down on old farm in Texas This is the wait happened You see Jim was about th kindest hearted chap that ever lived One day he was going along out on the farm when he seen a sixfoot rattlesnake pinned down on the ground by a big boulder that had fallen on its tail Now of course ninetynine men out of a hundred would have got a club or a handful of rooks and killed the poor critter right there But that wasnt Jim No sir Jim gets out his handker chief and wipes his eyes and then rolls that bouulder offn that snakes tail just as gently as he knew how Well sir that settled it Talk of gratitude You ought to seen the gratitude of that rat tler He couldnt make enough of Jim Followed him from one endof the farm to the other jest like a lpg Used to coil up under Jims chair at meals and oat out of his hands Every night whoa ornwledlupslept there till morning You bet they wasnt anybody going to disturb Jim One night Jim woke up fooling kindof queer He reached down at the foot of the bed No snake Up he bopped and struck a match No snake Not on the bed now thntI1In uew some nug was wrong He slipped into his trous ers took his gun and went down stairs What do you suppose he saw when he got down in the din ingroom Window wide open Snake coiled around a burglar on the floor and his tail out of lho window rattling for the police ONYX HOSIERY Our entire stock of Onyx Hosiery at abso 1 lute cost to close CORSETS 1b The Celebrated P D J Band CB a la Spirite Corsets in the uptodate Straight 4j Front Low Bust and Long Hip styles Call andsee them r Pleasant to take jj Trda iduk t Laxative i Syruipx j 1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor 1 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about atnormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege bringy Wi a 5A Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness JeBloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thantany other you have triediALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE INotice The creditor of J L Rodman Son and of J L Rodman ure notified that I will at my ollice In Frankfort on und after the lOth DAY OF JUNE to the iHt DAY OF SEP TEM RR riCive claims against the es tates of said parties JOHN W RODMAN Assignee of J L Rodman Son and J L Rodman 854t Assignees Notice II HEREBY give notice to those indebted to Thos B rightoll must ward and settle at cunTh080 gcfutl1s against said BriRhtwell are notified to prove same and present them to mn for settlement GEO 0 SHAW StHm Assignee T B Brightwell Skin affections will readily disappear by using BeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Look out for coun terfeits If you get DeWitts you will get good results It is the quickest and positive cure for piles South tfe Longmoor and W McKee Hardie A SPRAINED ANKLE QUICKLY CURED At one time I suffered from a severe sprain of the ankle says Geo E Cary editor of the Guide Washington VaAfter using mediIoinasam pleased to say that relief carne as soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily followed This remedy has also been used in my family1 for frost bitten feet with the best results I cheer fully recommend its use to all who may need a firstclass liniment Sold by J W Gayle and South Longmoor druggists Jjl I ft t t JilIGeorge Onan are hereby notified to come for ward and settle those claims t against the estate of said decedent are request ed to present the sumo properly proven for settlement SAMUEL MARTIN Ht Admr Geo Onan deceased t BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago BEST CALIFORNIAAND i VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATIONtCHICAGO tfPalacet E H BACON P AI N Cor 4th and Market Sta Louiaville rDr Cadys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to pnt a horse in prime condition Price 25 l cents per package For sale by J W Gayle andiLeCompte Gayle Co i iIm i w f i ne Frankfort RounaaDout t Kmeretttnt the postollico at Frankfort Ken tuckyns secondclass mailable matter OEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 25 1901 fMEETING CLOSED The protracted meeting which has been in progress at the Chris tian Church in this city for some two weeks closed on Monday night The attendance has been good and the interest was well sus tained throughout The preach ing of Rev Lloyd Darsie of Paris brother of the pastor has been plain practical and searching and has accomplished large things in the upbuilding of the member off1Therehave been 83 additions to the membership much the larger part being upon profession of faith and baptism In leaving for his home Mr Darsie carries with him the best wishes and prayers of all those I who were fortunate enough to have the privilege of listening to his sermons t Sound advice to those who have Skidney and bladder troublis to e a safe sure medJclt1ehke FSleyJs Kidney Cure It always benefits the kidneys South Longmoor and W McKee Bardie JI FORMERFRAFORT IrD- HURT The sad news qaih to this city on Tuesday tbnt Irs JJftnnaji Hord Hardin widow of the late Capt David C Hardin and daugh tor of Judge Lysandyr ford had been run over by a cab in St Louis Mo and dangerously if not fatally hurt Mrs Hardin was born raised and married in this city She was a popular lady and recently re moved to St Ijduis to live It is earnestly hoped that she may re cover GOOD APPOINTMENT ExCongressman Geo lI Davi lon of Stanford has been ap pointed Assistant U S District Attorney for the Eastern District ofKentuckyMr is gentleman in every sense of the word n self made man and a lawyer of ahil ity We have known him for many years and were closely also ciated with him when he was in the revenue service under Col Swope N ONNMt3NNW l Does the Baby Thrive f If not something must be t f wrong with its food If the i mothers milk doesnt nour ish it she needs SCOTTS theIthe baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial I food then it requires 1 Scotts Emulsion IHall a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its ibottle will have the desired i effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies I I and bottle children A fiftycent of our Should statementsJ SCOd jj0tWtcri1rf1 1tr iW CONGRESSMAN DIES Congressman Chas JV Boutelle of Maine died in an asylum Tues day last Mr Boutelle was a man of great ablility and had literally wrecked his physical man by overwork in Congress His people recognizing his worth reelected him last fall notwithstanding his illness in the hope that he would ultimately recover THE MOST STUBBORN COUGHS Resulting from an attack of la grippe or heavy cold must yield to the wonderful healing proper ties of Foleys Honey and Tar which strengthens the lungs and makes them sound- SPECIAL TRAIN The L N will run a special train from Louisville to Memphis Tenn on Monday next May 27 for the purpose of carrying all those who may wish to attend the Confederate Reunion at the latter city The train will leave Louisville at 880a m and will reach Memphis at 7 p m of the same day There will be free chair cars for use on the train Reducedrates etc All old Con federates and others wishing to attend should bear this in mind LOW RATES TO THE PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION Via Queen Crescent Route Double Daily Service Finest trains hi the South Consult ticket agents for rotes and full In formation BUYS A4ARM Mr John M Banta of this city has purchased a farm of about 50 acres lying on the Georgetown turnpike two miles tins Lexington and will remove with his family to that place in the near future to make it his home He bought the place of Mr Brand and the price was rea sonable enough considering loca tion and advantages We regret to lose this family from our city CURED A RUNNING SORE I had a bad running sore on my breast for over a year says Henry R Richards of Willsey ville N Ynnd tried a great man remedies but got no relief until I used Banner Salve I can not recommend it too highly and will never be without it in the house AGAIN PROMOTED We are rejoiced at the fine record our friend Col C E Hathaway has made as manager of the Belt Electric Line and Works at Lexington and we are especially gratified to see that the consolidated companies operating n a number of cities have made him the General Manager at a very comfortable salary We cor dially congratulate him and wish him a long and prosperous career as such EARLY CLOSING The movement for closing the stores at 7 oclock has again been put on foot It is just and right that all the stores should make this agreement so that the tired clerks male and female may have a few hours every evening during the heated term in which to obtain a supply of fresh air We regret to learn that there are a few merchants who are op posed to early closing We hope they will change their minds and join the procession The early closing only lasts during June July and August BURGLARS On Saturday morning at about 2 oclock a burglar broke into the i K residence of Mr R K McOlure BroadIway was tened off by Mr McClure without obtaining any plunder On Saturday night another burglar went into the residence of Mr H Clay Wilson on Wilkinson street and succeeded in get ting away with 75 in money overlooking quite a valuable lot of diamonds FOR SALE One Show Case with table eight feet long Two Upright Show Cases One Upright Ribbon Case Holds 800 piecees All above cases are of best wal nut S D JOHNSON CO 82tf TO DELIVER COMMENCE MENT SERMON Rev M B Adams the eloquent young pastor of the First Baptist Church of this city will go to Clarksburg W Va next week where he has been invited to de liver the annual commencement sermon at Broaddus College his alma mater on Sunday June 2d We doubt not the address will be a finished and brilliant effort You are much more liable to disease when your liver and bowels do not act properly DeWitts Little Early Risers remove the cattle of disease South Long moor and W McKee Hardie OFFICE BUILDING The Farmers Bank is having a granitoid walk put down leading to an entrance of the bank building from Main street to be used by those who will have offices in that building which has been re arranged to make it ready for oc cupants A GENTLE HINT In our style of climate with its sudden changes of temperature rain wind and sunshine often in termingled in a single dayit 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 about your home for immediate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of onrhwConsumption monia Severe Coughs Croup or any disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply won derful 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 811y WONDERLAND 1901 We are in receipt of a handsome booklet issued by the Northern Pacific Railroad giving an ac count of that great expanse of country covered by the lines of this road It is handsomely illus trated and brim full of informa titon for the tourist and any one else contemplating a trip for pleasure or relaxation from the cares of business This beautiful and useful booklet may be had on application by enclosing six cents in stamps to Chas S Fee Gen eral Manager and Ticket Agent St Paul Minn- SHUDDERS AT HIS PAST I recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Levauna 0 my three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull aches or acute pains in my back To stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I began to use Electric Bitters but six bottles completely cured me and made me feel like a new man Theyre unrivaled to reg ulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by J W Gayle 50c only i H 5 THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrive arriveIsonville 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning train leaving Louisville 745 p m has through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jack eveningSouthern with tho Queen do Crescent Route is the only line with 24 hour schedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson ville for all points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida nlid the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Southern Railway Information 280 Fourth Avenue PassengerAgentW A TURK AgentWashington 0 W I H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it would be used in nearly every household as there are few people who do not suffer from a feeling of fullness after eating belching flatulence sour stomach or water brash caused by indigestion or dyspepsia A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which with no aid from the stomach will digest your focd certainly cant help but do you good South Longmoor and W McKee Har die TO CONNECTING LINES This is to advise that commenc ing Monday February 25 1901 this company will honor C P A mileage locally over its line thus abrogating all 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 our line locally whether they contain clause to this effect or not I This is for your information and any instructions you may deem necessary to issue in the matter Yours truly- L I IRWIN General Passenger Agent I have been suffering from dyspepsia for the past twenty years and have been unable after trying all preparations and physi cians to get any relief After tak ing one bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I found relief and am now in better health than I have been for twenty years I cannot praise Kodols Dyspepsia Cure too highly Thus writes Mrs C W Roberts North Creek Ark South Longmoor W McKee Hardie FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leave Chicago daily for Mil BuyFondIshpeming Marquette Ashland St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth and all points in Wisconsin and the Copper Country Quickest time Service unequaled Time best of everything For tickets rates and full information apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vino street Cincinnati Ohio Biliousness is a condition char acterized by a disturbance of the digestive organs The stomach is debilitated the liver torpid the bowels constipated There is a loathing of food pains in the bowels dizziness coated tongue and vomiting first of the undi gested or partly digested food and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach appetiteTheyhealthy action and regulate the bowels Try them and aro certain to be pleased with the result For sale by J W Gayle and South Lougmoor Queen a- Crescent PK Route iLand its connecting lines to theJPanAmerican Exposition l BUFFALOM- ay lat to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will bo announced later The Pan American tho greatest American ExposJ farchitectureI NIAGARA FALLS Only minutes from Exposition Groun J Free Reclining Chairs Qs i Cret1110 raW salsa wsao4ySa tl w cl1INRARSONU BEST TRAINS 1 Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills- VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINSISLEEPERS DINING OARS CHAIR CARS fSEATSI ta 1 HUGO PASSR ST HOWARD ELLIOTT QENL ST tW tI AKELEYQEN1LPA8S1RAQT8TLOUI3MO LOW RATE EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH- EVERYDAY Via Burlington Route commencing Juno 18thcontinuing through the summer These will be the lowest rate summer excur ions ever made to thi Rocky Mountain Region The general 4 basis is only one fare plus 2 for the round trip but on certain dates for instance from Tuly 1st to 9th inclusive lower than half rates are offered The Burlington Route is the best line the main traveled line to Colorado This is a rare chance to get an outing in this magnificent scenic and delightful summer region The general scheme of excursion rates is so extensive and varied that inquiries for details should beNmade of the nearest ticket or of the undersigned Do us the favor to write for information printed matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for EpworthLeaguers Get berths early in the Burling tons special through tourist sleep leavingdailyJuly St Louis at night from Kansas City in the morning via Denver throughScenicCalifornia excursions every Wed nesday personally conducted in through tourist sleepers same route as above Send for descrip tive folder W M SEAViD P A 400 Vine Street- Cincinnati 6 L tGenlSt Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT General Manager- St Louis M i 1L wf IP Y 07 7 1r or w4I WHITE GOODS e n ytor CqmmencemenB Dresses OrganAies French Lawns Muslins Wash Or- gandies c with trimmings to match We have the H1 Correct Things Best values in town i hkkohA1 == PL 3 j + W S FARMERC- orner Main and Lewis A Af A FOGUSVILLE Delicious and fragrant are the May flowers The violets both white and blue form the favorite U I will ever prove true A pleasant shower visited our place on Sunday and made the r farmers of this section quite happy Now they may finish planting their corn We hear a grdat deal of com plaint among tobacco growers about their toabcco plants all being gone This is quite sad news to those who are depending on tobacco alone for a living I believe that Kentuckiaris will fall r on some other way of making a living besides raising tobacco The prospects for wheat here in section is better by far than 1w have eu in seven years If- r n thinR should befall the crop we i will have a big yield this year Sheep shearing is all over and the wool both white and brown has all been shipped to Mr Brown He has a smiling coun tenance for a time Most of the young people in and RockyF1ancfi demonstrated among the so called Salvationist and be fed from the delicaces of that good people Mining for lead is booming our 1little town Considerable lead pewter zinc gold and silver and plenty of rock atone will surely bring some capitalist this way after all H H Bramble of Manleyville has leased his farm we under stand to a rich company and who contemplate operating these k mines in the next sixty days G W Bailey says he has found some fine croppiugs of lead in the hillsides I hope so I think we will soon hear oft a wedding We wireport The young people are beginning to en joy a pleasant evening drive The young man who was driv ing the bay horse must not talk so loud especially when he is about to tell his best girl a joke Uncle Harvey Wiley and wife went to Monterey Sunday but ran against the line of quarantine and so came back IiThewife of Elder G W Foley been so low for the past five months with dropsy is no bet ter Not much hopes of recovery BornTo Mr Jas F Bailey and wife a fine girlMattie C We learn this morning of the death of one of the old citizens of this community Mr Richard Perry who resided on Sulphur Lick He was buried at the old Perry graveyard Leaves a wife and one child to mourn his loss Only sick twentyfour housr STAR EYEA Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sud den and terrible attack of croup I quickly secured a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure giving her three doses The croup was mas k 74 tered and our little darling speed ily recovered so writes A L Spafford Chester Mich South fc and W McKee Har dieII tlWJIf1iM MISSIONARY MEETING Program of the annual meeting of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the Kentucky Confer ence now being held at the Methodist Church in this Saturday 0 a oityIScripture lesson First business Appointment sessionIReport of venile workMrs Reports of district secretaries Noon prayer service Saturday 280 p m Reports of district secretaries continued Ten minutes paper Obligations and Opportunities of the District SecretaryMrs Nugent Harrods burgWorkers conference on the district work seoretarySaturday Scripture lesson Address of welcome Mrs H V McChesney ResponseMiss Annie Power reportReportSunday 11 a m SermonRev Young J Allen Nashville Tenn- Communion service Sunday 280 p m byMrsvenile work Sunday 8 p m Address on missions Monday 9 a m Scripture lesson delegatesNoonMonday 230 p m Reports continued Workers conference on auxiliary workdelegatesCommittee Monday 8 p m Reports from the missionary con ference at New Orleans Mrs Cram Mrs Forsythe Miss B Ben nett Tuesday a a m Reports from committees Tuesday 280 p m Committee reports continued meetingElection Miscellaneous business AdjournmentThere prominent speak e s on this program and the her vices will be very interesting and helpful All friends from other churches are invited to be present at these services especially those interested in mission work OREGON WASHINGTON AND IDAHO largeimmigration should take advantage of the op portunites and the greatly reo ducd rates This wonderful coun try fully and accurately described and illustrated in a new booklet with a large map which will be mailed to any address upon re ceipt of six cents in postage by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE The Republican State Central Committee at their meeting on Wednesday in Louisville selected CovingItonLeitohfield and Mr Clinton Mc Clarty of Louisville as the Cam paign Committee for this yenr Mr McClarty was elected Treas urer and Mr Ernst Chairman A red bet campaign will be at once entered upon so say the loaders of that party OAST O 3=L T ABean Signature of A Continued = Growth The East Tennessee Tele phone Company has published consolidated statement of its business for the months of March and April The increase in subscribers is shown as fol lowsSubscribers connected with the system March 1st 1901 7604 duringMarchSubscribers discontinued dur ing March and April 777 Net gain in subscribers 763 Total number of subscribers April 30 1901 8367 371t FOR RENT Two storerooms on 2d street South Frankfort The feed store now occupied by Mr Weitzel and byMorristion apply at 208 Conway street 843t CURIOS FROM THE PHILIPPINES Capt Jacob Swigert received a few days since a lot of curiosities in the way of bed spreads table covers etc which were manufac tured by the Philippinos They were sent by his brother Lieuten antColonel Sam M Swigert 18th U S Cavalry now stationed in those far away islands They will well repay an inspection by the curious as they show what can be accomplished even with the crude implements use there HOW IT IS DONE The first object in life with the American people is to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving usiugGreensyou be a despondent sufferer 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 Fraukforti- Ky and get a sample bottle free Regular size 7oc Get Greens Prize Almanac 811y CHANGES Mr Thos Grffy has purchased the two story brick residence now occupied by the Misses Jeffers on Broadway street and will move his family there about the 1st of June The purchase price was 2000Misses Jeffers have rented the Mansion House property on Main street and will move their board ing house about the same date r JSI i UY lW-T 99 7 WEHAVEe e the right things in Carpets Matting sl Cur tains i Newest Styles We can save you money on them oAn L A A F hi otL Fh Z S Corner Main and Lewis nb FAoLAJt l s I lABLEfI x K TIME SOUTH Lexington 200 835 Midway 232 906 937 650 rFrankfort 340 1017 622 358 1035 641 Lagrange 425 1105 710 Anchorage 45U r Louisville 525 12 81hl5 fTHiNoP StI v Louisville 200 721 410 clIclllJrage 237 75 444 wcmllite Eminence IS ii 3j Gllrlstlln bnrg 140x11 912 435 150 C42 c O TIME lAltLJI SOeTHi IP oIHio101 17111251r NoI Lexington ISljFrankfort 61P Shelbyvllle ir Louisville 1118OC NORTH IAMI Louisville d30 Sbelbrvllle 928 70 Frankfort 74P ir Lexington 11018 849 LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND 1NO41 mlIIBeattyville Junction5ll pmlO29a m Arrive Jackson 015 p mil am WESTBOUND Dally Ex Sun Dati Leave Jackson 625I1m225pm1 Beattyville Junction 725 a m 326p m Torrent 747 am 8U pm Natural Bridge 803 am 401 p m pmClayArrive Lexington 1015 am 605 p m JB BARR General Manager CHAS SCOTT G P A T R MORUAN S P A Offers the Following Attrac tions Annual Meeting Imperial Council of the Mystic Kansas Mo Tune llth lI1ml 0l Onp tare for the round trip plus 200 League Meeting San Francisco Cal July to 21st Greatly re duced rates Special Excursions to Colorado and Utah July August and September One faro for the round trip plus 200 For further Information call on or address RIG MATTHEWS Tray Pass Aft Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo miiisi Lowest PriceSJ W FARMER mlII pmWinehestr You Should IUse t MILES JEI1JiFLOUR FIRSTBecausE it is the best FLOUR in the market SECONDBecause it is yhomean 1 home labor is employed in its prow duction Be J EM Milling Go J N MILES Sec Q SOUTHERN RItILWIIY x IINKENTUCKY Effwt Uy IMC = ISTDOUNO No L Nab NabLv Louisville 745am 400pm 910mAr Shelbyville 682pm 805p 945paAxAr Lexington 1045am 715pm 10iOpa WESTBOUND No 6 No L i Lv Lexington 730am 435pm 616cm i 53aArAr Shelbyvllle 910am 015pm 6JOut- 1040amAr Louisville 740pm r WUTBOtnlB1I400pm 745am Lv Loulsvll Ar 740pm 1040arN 025pm 1000am Lr LarncbrgAr 630pm LlOan 715pm 1043am ArHarodsbgLr 440pm 780aat 730pm 1055am Ar Burgln Lv 430pm 710aa4 j KAlTDOmro 111taT70IIlr- 8Na IS mOo BTATIONL No itN400pm 745am Lv Loulsvll Ar 1040am 740a R132pm 910am Lv ShelbTilAr 910am t5p 147pm 1025am Lv Verslles Ar 750am rlOpm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 16011It740pm 1150am Ar Qeorirtn Lv roam tNo IASTBOUND LtNo 51 STATIONS fNo6 745am 400pm Lv Loulsvll A ia40am IlotIIII1022am 650pm Lv Verslles Ar 750am 1102am 735pm Ar NtohlYlll Ar 58am 1158pm 30pm Ar Rlcamnd Lv 006am 106pm Ar Irvine LY STATIONS No No I ILv Loulsvllle 746am i4Lexington lo46am AirArAr Savannah 514UI Ar Jacksonville 985UB Lv Chattanooga 006pm a i Ar Atlanta 1025pm lUOMi IAr Macon 1255am ZKM Ar Jacksonville 830am I0 LY Chattanooga 610pm e4utAr Birmingham 1006pm 1I4batti Ar Meridian 280am Ar New Orleans 83011mltNo through sleeping car Loulsvlllo to Bit t if I Blngham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na 5 free observation chaircar Loulsvlll jto Lexington INo 6 free obsorYation chair ear Lexington H Louisville No Meeplngcar Birmingham to LoulvnlltYvia Lexington All trains between LouUvllla Lexington awl Burgln dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos and dally Nos and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles Nloholasvllle Rlate mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally WATURKQPAfiWasblnitonWMHTATLOBAQPA tWashington D Loulsvllla Xjt p Mi fJUM tf aadWkiakay liabita rand at ho M with out palm look of sar RIRKJIAunta lia u kd test ttra M Jt rrr rrrr i r I IiI WEDDING PRESENTS tl 2 Birthday Presents Commencement Presents in Sterling Silver = Jewelry and Cut Glass We have complete lines of The Lan patternsJ = 1M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler i tii t If you buy it at Selberts its good i iiss s orrrrrrrrrwrrrrrrrrrrrrRELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL McCreadyrector mHoly11 a m- Evening prayer and sermon at 780 m- Sundayschool and adult Bible 1MB at 945 a mIlu service on Wednesday on ac count of the Church Council at Versailles publicfideBAPTIST CHURCHRev M 2 Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and h m Sundayschool int the chapel at 16 a m Spec Ial classes for young men Young Peoples Society will meet atchapelPrayermeejting even at 800 p m Seats free and all are cordially in ted CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m HHU 745 p m Morning subject Steadfast ness a sermon to the new con vertsNight subject II A Full Assur ance of Faith a sermon for those in doubt as to their acceptance with GodChristian Endeavor Societv will meet in the chapel at 700 Leader Ellen T Woodson Topic Promises aud Prophecies Junior Endeavor Society meets chapelPrayermeeting night at 745 Helpers1The wel comed to all these services anti especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted MajortheLow mass at 780 am plmFIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr J Blayney the pastor will preach at 11 n in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 645 p mIPrayermeeting Wednesday even The public cordially invited Rey1METHODIST CHURCH J R Savage pastor Fnr announcements see pro gramme of missionary meeting elsewhere Sundayschool meets at 980 Il Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at j 80IThe public cordially invited to at tend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mIYoung Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p m To all these meetings the public is cordially invited- FESTIVAL AND BAZAARI The ladies of the First Presby terinn Church will give their festival and bazaar of which we made mention last week on Friday night next May 81 in the church parlors The charges will bo 10 cents for ad mission 25c for plain supper and 50c for full supper including straw berries nml ices Hours from 0 to 10 oclock p in r I Home Steam Laundry i The Home Steam Laundry Office corner Main i + and St Clair streets is convenient to leave and i receive bundles Extra efforts are being made to beingi i i Laundry 104 Broadway I 4 NN NNNdvConfederate Decoration Day June 3 All those interested in the dec oration of Confederate graves will please have flowers at the cem etery at four oclock on the after noon of June 8d ELIZA H OVERTON President Confederate Memorial Association AN OLD STAND IN NEW HANDS Having just purchased the con fec tionery and baker of Mrs Mary C Todd on St Clair street near the bridge which I have thoroughly refitted and restocked I am now prepared to furnish the nicest fresh candies of all kinds bread cakes and fruits Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda of the most delicate flavors always on hand A share of custom solicited LUtlHER F VIOLETT 874t Sons of Confederate Veterans The Fayette Hewitt Camp of United Sons of Confederate Vet erans was organized at the court house on Saturday night last Quite a large number of young men were in attendance Mr W W Longmoor was chosen Com mander of the Camp and Mr T Hiter Crockett Vice Commander The charter has been applied for to the Grand Commander at Louisville and he will be heard from in a few days There will be a meeting of this society this afternoon at 8 oclock at the Y M C A to complete the election of officers and to make arrange ments to attend the Confederate at Memphis next week Reunion KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovereddigest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralgIaCramIfsand all other results of imperfect digestion site contains timessmallsizeBookalLabou tdyspepsla maUedtree Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Cblcago I 1 0 IFast Trains North dhicago NorthWestern Rail way leaves Chicago daily for Mil BayFondIshpeming Marquette Ashland St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth and all points in Wisconsin and the Copper Country Quickest time Service unequaled The best of everything For tickets rates and full information apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Pneumonia folllows la grippe but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar the great throat and lung Ie McKee South Longmoor and W Har die Best Route to St Paul and Min neapolis RyTheelectric lighted leaves Chicago daily at 680 p m Service un everythingThree daily from Chicago also 900 a m daylight trains 1000 p m Fast Mail 1015 p in Night Ex For tickets rates and full information apply to your near est agent or address A F Cleve land 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUP TIONS Remicks Eczema Cure and Remicks Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure the most obstinate case At John W R Williams 88ly Low Rates Low rates are announced for the following named occasions via Queen Crescent Route 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 20thKappa Alpha Convention Rich mond Va June 2528th WANTED A good cook Good wages will be paid Apply ut 820 street 87tf T E BEST GROCERIESAMI UUHORS PRICEStJDHNT DRISCOLLSI ECZEAiA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLE CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Distressing companyDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and Impurities nnd poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanies 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 to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 80 years Renders of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydruJrAiatsCompletedirectlon3 ferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given For Sale by W McKee Hardie 481y 2 FOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesIBacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TO W J S OTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERSIWbinb in Quality and EQUALTO ANY BEER MAD THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PKO DUn OF A KentuckyIndustry n 0 ROBINSON Frankfort t Sept 2ly- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat TEARS EJCTE1UE5CE W J GRDNWALD iJProfessional Piano andjOrgan Tuner and B e every 80 Jinays Leave orders GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 22ly DOYOUWANTIiTo sell your real estate timber or coal stoofe i1 foranpAddrfSBDec 16ly Jaguaranteed FOR RENT I offer for rent the storeroom formerly occupied by me on Birdge street South Side Possession 1 given at once 28tf N F RICHARDSON Try the new remedy for costive J andLiveranteed Price 25 cents For sale by J W Gayle and South l Longmoor j Dress Box 1 Couches Ol r Bed LoungesxySofa Couches and Chairs 1We are overstocked onT above and offer special inducements in the way of prices for the next 10 days A word to the wise is sufficient R Rogers Sons Declly J t WINCH ESTERS NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS r Connluniformity r 1Fortho Rot1ndaboutI IvrrrJYOU LOVE ME WREN IM OLD 1 SHE Will lovo me when Im old WhentIle bloom hath left my cheek When the frays of youth are told And my form Is bent and weak tJ When the winters sifted snow Mingles with my locks of gold t Will you come and wisper low l NDear I love you as old i Will love me tell me true When the wrinkles mark my brow f When the eye hath lost Its hueIKVill you love me then as Will you warm a shrunken breast Touch a lip thats dry and cold t c Will your love bo then a jest Will you love me when Im old HE Such love as mine looks not with eyes That view the beauty of the rose But on the hidden soul that lies Beyond the ken of outward shows PoVever young and beautiful God breathes in His living breath And asUls Law immutable It know nor time nor place nor death H H F 1SELECTED ELECTION COM- MISYSIGNERi 1wwit Republican State Central I11xACommittee met in Louisville on 4n Wednesday last and ns required by the new election law selected 4 Judge James E Wright of New port as the Republican member ElectionfCommissioners The Democratic Conmmittee Bll itz as their rep resentative on the Board Ever have them JI v Then we cant tell you any l rjltheIJ know how dark everything 1o ok s and how you are about Iready to give up Somehow you cant throw off the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isnt it your nerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are being poisoned from the impurities in your blood f Ayers t sarsaparul purifies the blood and gives power and stability 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 ordinaryIJlOO a tattle drostfsti Write the Doctor aJd son have any complaint whatever desire tho beat you can jioiMbly receive write tho doctor froe You will receive a prompt lily without cost Address Pu J AYER Lowell Mosi PEA RIDGE Mr John Stoops of Pittsburg Kansas is the guest of his brother Mr Frank Stoops He prettyloountrybest It is ever thus wherever you roam there is no place like homeThe late rain has helped our farmers very much Mr Ben Tracey has been hauling logs to the sawmill for his neghhor Mr John Edge and also for Mr Newell Pierce Several people have taken Advantage of the sawmill being in the neighborhood to have some logs turned into lumber Mr John Stoops is quite a pleasant addition to our neighbor hood handsome educated and a bachelor Now girls both his brothers have Kentucky brides why should not he undRevII Miss Edith and her brother John Edge jr were two of the many who were confirmed by the Bishop of Lexington on his last visit to Ascension Church in FrankfortThere is Sundayschool at Choateville every Sunday at 8 oclockThere is preaching every second Sunday morning at 11 oclock also at 7 oclock in the evening and also on Saturday night pre vious Rev T Lennox pastor Mr Geo Herndon of Fairview has bought the Mary Sargent farm and is improving it greatly Mrs Marshall Nichols and family have moved to their old home near here Mr Herndon is a hustling energetic young fellow very nice looking and a bachelor We won der if he is tired of his single blessedness and that is why he is fixng up his pretty new home farm nice and tastily180 Prosneots of plenty of fruit this year for which we are truly thankfulMr I Pierce Mrs F Stoops also Misses Winfred and Edith Edge went to look at the flowers in Mr Powers greenhouse last week SCRIBE Sound advice to those who have kidney and bladder troubles is to take a safe sure medicine like alwaysbenefitsLongmoor and W McKee Hardie SPECIAL Rev Young J Allen who has boon in China as a Missionary for about 80 years and who has exor cised an influence second to none in tlie Empire will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday morn This is a rare opportunity to ling one so thoroughly conversant the recent movements and great problems of China Dr Allen was the central figure in the great missionary conference recently hold in Now Orleans Ho will also contribute greatly to the interest of the meetings Monday evenings sessions will be especially inter esting being devoted to reports from the great missionary conference at New Orleans the speakers of time evening being Miss Belle Bonnott Mrs Forsythe and Mrs Cram BUYS A BUSINESS Mr Luther F Molett has pur chased the confectionery and res taurant of Mrs Mary C Todd and is having it papered painted etc and will in u few days Have a now stock of goods Ho will keep a firstclass restaurant Give him a cull Ho Is a clover and hustling young man 1 razdafi j A GREAT SHOW Is What the Birmingham News Called Sells and Grays Attraction r Iii a column complimentary no tice given to Sells and Grays United Showsby the Birmingham Daily News of April 22 it was said that a succession of delighted crowds attested the excellence of the aggregation Never was an Immense audience handled with more ease The big tents were packed with people The character of the street parade far excelled the expectations of everyone There were novel features that caught the crowd and everything about the parade was strictly up to date new and attractive It was the clean est and most wholesome parade ever seen in Birmingham The performance was preceded by a band concert of one hours duration This concert was a feature and a treat for music lovers The ring performance is first class in every way The acrobatic feats of the Eddy family were the hit of the show though the Earl sisters were Immediate favorites and the Tybells were vigorously applauded for their unique and interesting act Of course a tent show would not be complete without its clowns There are a dozen or more with Sells d Gay and they manage to keep the audience in a roar of jollity from the opening tourna ment to the hippodrome races The date of Sells C Grays per formances In Frankfort is Satur day June No hotter show will be here this season- COLORED NORMAL The closing exercises of the State Normal School for colored persons begins Sunday June 2 with bac calaureate sermon and closes Wed nesday June 6 with graduating exercises and speaking The year has been a very successful one Next week we will print the calen dar of the closing for the guidance of the many who wish to attend ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will be found the list of advertised letters for the week end Ing May 25 1001 Baker E F Bell John Bennett L jr D Clardy Miss Liza Craneson Miss Julia B Dudley Institute Fish T S Fisk ExGov Chas Goins Louis- Hampton Thomas B Harlow James W Johnson Miss Lucy B Klllebrew Nora Lyons Wm Miner Miss Eloisa Mitchell Fannie Mitchell Miss Sallie Moore F C Morris Miss Mary Oliver R r irs Pace John Prewitt Miss Lillie Ramey John Rowe Lanldo Seaman Arthur Sills Rev J S Smith Ad E Sullivan Dr John Thorman Merica Tucker R FC Ii Van Meter Mrs Alin Woisenberprer J H Williams T R When calling for these lettors please say advertisted i S B LEFT US Col Geo EL Stehlin our neigh bor has been engaged in moving his big stock of goods all this week to his new house in the Buckley building on St Clair street The Colonel found that he had a great big job on his hands before he got through Besides he had several car loads of new goods at the depots which he was obliged to unload andar range He now has a big stock and a big place to show it in Go and see him UU rDO YOU WEAR A TRUSSIIIt let mo fit All kinds Guar rightjFrankfort Ky 241y nn JI S Staff tiler Cek JR Wallace has opened ft Pri vate at Ky the treatment of Clironio Diseases Physicians in this counties having cases requiring operations or treat as have not tho or facilities giving send them this For address Wallace r get a really goodcup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the t roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you a coffee hats scientifically roasted and delivered to youFwith all the of the berryrhermetically sealed Youre of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put imitations of it TheseI Iandless than ARBUCKLESI But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can g- etArbucklei 1 Roasted Coffee for it is actually expenisive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satis fyingtYou will find a list of useful arti cles in package of Aibnckles Coffee A definite of one of articles yours whenIyou the coffee The one you select the list will be sent youron that you to our Notion Department a certain of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Dept New York City NY f = x L IDTAYLO WHISKEYOP r BOTTLED IN BOND LEST AIL IS THECORNTIlE op AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDIFORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR ft SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY Dr Hospital Frankfort for and adjoining such ment they time for can to institution terms Dr Frankfort 1Otfy To haveI pores sure fame out less each part these becomes buy from condition send number Notion SEE SEe IT ISI HON IT 4 Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1901 Fruit and Ornntmniul Irtou Shrubs Host Grapes Small Frnitn Asparagus Rhubarb and wvisrything for Orchard Lawn stud Garden Prides right us we pay no agents but Hull direct to thc pluuter 0two ml Nursery and Upeuial on application to lsrIWbtlryuat8lgle NMEVE- h11I CHON KY E ono 279 rI lI RACE WAR This is the title of one of the cutest and most realistic pieces of amateur photography that we have ever seon It is the handi work of Mr T L Edelen and gives evidence of very considerable I skill in this popular line of work It represents a scene from actual life which could not be excelled k The look of almost tigerish eager Demok5Icrat is viewing his colored op is beyond compare The picture is on exhibition in the show window of Mr Guy Bar rertt A VERY REMARKABLE REMEDY It is with a good deal of pleas uure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Con nA lady cus I exposedforme I really believe that med icine saved my life the past sum mer while at the shore and she became so enthusiastic over its merits that I at once made up my mind to recommend it in the I future Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome withcojic pains that he sank at once to the floor I gave him a helpedftfift n minutes he left my store informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold by J W Gayle and South Lougmoor PICNIC POSTPONED- I On account of the continued cool and damp weather the picnic of the Sundayschool and Indus f trial School of Ascension Episco pal Church which was to have been held Saturday next the 25th inst has been postponed until further notice UNABLE TO WORK Chas Replogle of Atwater 0 Was unable to work on account of kidney trouble After using Foleys Kidney Cure four days he was cured South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie A PATHETIC CTUREOFTHE- ABANDONED FARM tThere is a deep pathos in the f picture by W L Taylor called The Passing of the Farm which appears in the June issue of The Ladies Home Journal The bowed and sadfaced figure of the lonely widow standing with one hand on the open door of the waiting coach while she takes long look at her old home makes feelingsithe deserted barns and above all the dejected figure bring a lump into onetsthroatI If SAVED HIS LEG PA Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with JJ a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Suddens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only p 250 Sold by J W Gayle rt bUracooa bow tMtA tat they MfedMwrt to loot like swwtlt6 r Gold Dust Wakes Powder 94vim wttth Uu4 MnttUf rube when frwbs follow a soft 4ry obMItb ad wipe dry Wytroa bMa eta aIM tx vttkad by ibis awld tat mwtt U wind dry odeklr1- a erets QwUL trMtto r tIC L FAIUsprtewa- nwto at taw aao L iJ BAKED FOR PRISONERS 1 Editor of the Lexington Herald Ten days ago the conditions at the Frankfort jail and the grave financial need of Kentuckys pris oners of State was the subject of discussion at a Fayette county dinner table The maidservant repeated the conversation in the hands kitchen at supper that night An old negro woman who had for years been cook on the place but was now in her old age living in Lexington chanced to be of the company for she had come out home for a visit She listened with grieved interest I wish I had some money she said both of those gentle men has as much right as ary man in Kentucky to be outdoors this here May time It aint fitten fuh them to he pestered bout money fuh thar trials They never done nothin and the ones that put em thar knows it 0 I wish I had some money For the rest of the evening she was very quiet Next morning she came to her01e Miss with a business proposition She wanted she said to keep a lunch table when Buffalo Bill showed in town and would Ole Miss trust her withmaterial for her lunches and she would pay her out of the profits Of course the help was gladly furnished and the night before the seventh of May Aunt Martha in her cabin in town was up all night baking sugar cakes and crablanders and day light found her slicing the ham forher sandwiches In a few days she reported to Ole Miss her face gray with She carefully untied a knotted handkerchief and poured on the kitchen table a pathetic little hoard of coppers and nickles and what I cleared she said I lowed it was goin to be more I sholy kin cook you know that Ole Miss an I was sellin my things off fust rate when tho rain come put it spiled a heap of my cookin I had a cotton spread over em but it rained so hard that when I lifted it up every thing was about gone The cakes was meltin into the pies and the pies into sliced bred I sholy am sorry I thought Id sho make five dollars an maybe ten But here tis Ole Miss It aint but two dollars One uv ems fuh Mist Jim Howard and one fuh Mist Caleb Powers Please tell em I dope the best I could fuh em and old age gave so freely of her toil and without reserve of her earnings reminds one of that other woman whom Jesus saw casting into the treasury two mites when he said Of a truth I say unto you that this poor widow hath cast in more than they all for she of her penury hath cast in all the living that she had And one wonders if there will not be some among us utterly put to shame when the light from the face of this same Jesus shall shine on the dark face of that old negro woman and His voice shall say Come thou blessed of my Father I was in prison and you came unto me It may beGod forbid that it shall hethat some of us will ask Lord when we s Rlw Thee in prison or sick and came not Thee and hear our Lords untoI answer Inasmuch as ye it to these my brethren ye not me i Housevraikis ham womwithout GoldDust J andIVMtrkMMMMUtftMM4tit y disappointment povI TWO REMARKABLE WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS Much Interest in womens work iu photography has been aroused by the series of picture pages now appearing in the The Ladies Home Journal But no one of them is likely to attract more interest and admiration than the pages inn forthcoming issue which will be devoted to five exquisitely pictur esque reproductions of quaint vil lage life by Prances and Mary Allen These pictures recall with wonderful charm the simplicity and stateliness of bygone days Nine chances in ten its your kidneys that need attention if you donc feel well Foleys Kidney Cure makes 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