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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j X 1ry7 t4r 1 wi A H lJi AjJ h lt c THE FRANKFORT KOTTCDABOFT rp i1ti4 CEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance 1jJ 1 LVOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 1 I90L NO38 1m STAMPING GROUND A lodge of the Ancient Order of r United Workmen was organized in our town on Thursday night of lost week with fluttering prospect I have been unable to ob C tain n list of the officers r Thp cUSP against Church 13rown 1Dcnlnrpel fhnrufd with the murder Lair at Stones Mill f was continued in the circuit court at Goor fovn until tho next ii term cfcthnt court i There are ninny very ugly rumors in regard to that CUFO which Twill nut report in tho hope that they may flub lie borne out by the evidence at the trial and they are better not canvassed at all What came near being a very serious accident occurred to the venerable Dr H Black on Sunday night He was crossing the street on his way to his nephews home from the Baptist Church Just then a young man came driv ing his buggy alone and not see ing Dr Black in the dark drove his buggy over him knocking him senseless and inflicting n number of cuts and bruises but strange to say he was not seriously hurt He was well enough to leave for his home in Frankfurt Oil Tues day accompanied by his daughter M 8 Helen McClure who came to him as soon as she learned of his injuries As soon as this good man recovered consciousness he remarked to his pastor Rev T Warn Beagle that he felt like singing Praise God from whom all blessings flow for His good ness in his almost miraculous escape from instant death Our farmers are disturbed by the damage to corn hemp and tobacco inflicted by the cutworms A few hot days would soon remedy this however Prospects for fruit and wheat crops are splendidYACOB MrJames Brownof Putsmouth Va over 9Q years of age suffered for years with a bad sore on his face Physicians could not help him DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie V FORKS OF ELKHORN Mrs Omit Hughes has returned from Beards after a months stay Mr D Morris Brook has re turned to Mississippi where he has taken a position with the same firm as last yearns in spector of the levees Miss May Hockonsmith spent Wednesday night with Miss Henton Thompson near Jetts lf Mr J L Holton who has been quite ill for the past month is convalescing very slowly Rev George Cleveland con ducted a series of meetings at the Christian Church last week Mr Nelson Alley who has been in Kansas City for the past year is expected home Sunday Miss Beuloh Hookensmithof Shelbyville is the guest of Miss Oarolyne Brook Mr Oscar Suter makes frequent trips to Millville Say Oscar just bring her back with you next timeRegular services at Buck Run Sunday and Sunday night Ser MIHenrrinA KID BENSON VALLEY f Mr Albert Hall of Bridgeport was on Benson last Sunday Mr Sylvester Sudduth and wife visited their son Mr James Sud duth of Leestown last Sunday BornMay 24th to the wife of 1 Mr Fred Craigtwinsboth girls Mr Ernest Pierce called on Miss Mary Ann Quire last Sunday afternoonJust of Miss Laura Hall having two sweethearts Sunday and we cannot have a single beau It is so disgusting Misses Annie and Minnie Moore of Benson were the guests of Miss Ida Sanford last Monday DidMay 18th at her home on Benson Mrs Ruth Moore wife of Mr Stoddard J Moore She was n faithful wife loving mother true friend and a devoted Christian She leaves a husband three children father mother four sisters and three brothers to mourn her loss Her funeral took place at Benson Church and was conducted by Rev J H Burdin after which she was laid to rest in the churchyard to await the resurrection morn The hands are now so softly laid Across our loved ones breast While care can never invade Her everlasting rest God called her to His courts above To His celestial care An heir of Christs redeeming love Wo know well meet her there The friends at home all mourn for thee spentThewe To weep and to lament Thy sweet confession of thy God daysSo trod So quietly you passed away Loved one sleep within thy tomb Till resurrection morn When to the chosen of the Lord Jerusalem shall dawn Weep not dear husband for thy one Her course is finished now Angels were sent to waft her on Their wings now fan her brow Weep not dear sisters for the loss Of her now gone above To join the chorus in the skies With Jesus and His love Weep not dear brothers for the one We loved so here below The Lord had called she seemed- to say Loved ones I now must go LILY OF THE VALLEY LOW RATES VIA Q C Covington Ky State Encamp ment G A R June 84 One fare for the round trip Ask partiou1arsI good returning August Milwaukee Wis 4thIB P 0 E July Long limit and low rates Monteagle Tenn Annual Meet ing State Teachers Association July 213 to 26th one fare for the round trip good returning August 10th Montreat N C Montreat Bible Conference August 11 to 25th low rates good returning August 27th Ask ticket agents for full particulars LOUISVILLE PIKE Miss Christine Reynolds left last week for a visit to relatives in North Carolina Mr Hiram Forbes of Frank fort was iu our community Sun dayMrs S M Tracy also Mrs Ben Tracy and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives near HarvioJand Miss Brownie Parreutand little nephew John W Gaines of Frankfort were in our vicinity one day last week ourloommunity Mrs J M S Darnell returned WE Can show one of the largest and most com plete stocks of Embroideries and Laces cityEmbroidered upIupwardsVul upwardsAllOvers upwardsCall goods C Kagin Bro 41 Sf Clair at Bridge last week from an extended visit to relatives at Lagrange Miss Annie Lee Holder has re turned home after a weeks visit to relatives near Bridgeport Messrs Heaton Hugh Holder Milton Tracey Charles Darnell and others went to Versailles the first of the week Miss Margaret Ola Hawkins is about like she was at our last writing a few weeks ago We hope she is improving The out worms are terrible in this section of the country They are fast destroying the vegetables and some are complaining that they are ruining oats Hoping to hear from more of the correspondents soon I am LILY OF THE PIKE A surgical operation inot nec essary to cure piles Deh itts Witch Hazel Salve saves all that expense and never fails Beware LongImoor Frankfort Cincinnati R R will sell tickets to Chicago and return InterIlnational Young Peoples Meeting J R NEWTON General Passenger Agent ACCIDENTS While Mr Gecrge Gross an employe of the tow boat Uncle Sam was at work on Wednesday night he fell and had two ribs broken Surgical aid was ren dered by Dr E E Hume and Gross is doing as well as could be expectedA colored child of Mr Gibson Hookety was acoidentlyj struck on the heud with a rook Wednesday evening having its skull slightly broken Surgical aid was rendered TheSHouse With a Reputation For Houest Dealing WeAre Beady In our new room with our new spring goods If you want whats uptodate come to Mc CluresMerchant TailoringIOur cutter Mr W H Moran has alreadyI established reputation by the style and fit ofIhis 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 upIReadytowear Clothing We can show you in this department a lineI of suits that can not fail to please you AllIwoolsuits from 750 to 20 and a perfect fit no matter what priceIIDAL KID SHOESI 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 nil K1 McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET SAFFELLS Are Sole Agents for Frank Fehrs Cele brated Beer for fam ily and table use Delivered in any part of the city PERSONALS Mr IS L Samuel returned Saturday from Texase Mrs Hearn of Georgetown was a visitor here on Thursday Rev Geo Darsie visited friends at Detroit Mich this week rMr W G Chapman went on a visit to Bowling Green this week Mrs C J Norwood of Earlinn ton was a visitor here this Miss Nellie Staten Is visiting rel atives at Sulphur Henry county Mr Sayre Rodman of Huron 1Ind was a visitor here this week GeorgeiCol Geo B Nuckols commer cial tourist was in the city this weekIStnmpingGroundnight Huntingtonweek Mr Oscar Farmer of Louisville was the guest of relatives here this weekMiss Lucille Wilson of Mt Sterl ing is the guest of Miss Florine HavensMrs W W Longmoor returned Friday evening from a visit to CynthianaMr Macklln went to Louisville Wednesday morning to see his sick wife Miss Alice Taylor returned from a visit to relatives In St Louis Saturday night Hon Yoder Poignant of Taylors ville was the guest of relatives here this week Mrs Mattie Sadler of Maysvllle MissionaryMeeting DrrT Andrew Cain and wife of Versailles attended the Methodist Missionary Meeting Mrs Geo Shinkle and children left this week for a visit to rel atives in Germany Dr E H Black has returned from a visit to his old home in Stamping Ground Mr W W Jett jr who has been countyhasMr Thos W Edwards of Hol II day Texas visited his aunt Mrs T J Jett this week Mrs H S Power of Paris was the guest of Mrs J B Lewis street this week Mr Thos J Hutchison jr and family of Newport News Va are relatives here Mrs A P Grover of G orgetown tlaugliterMrsD Mrs Mary Gaines and Miss Foe Duiguid of Ghent were guests of Mrs Thos J Jett this week Mr Thos C Kenney and wife returned Friday night from a visit to relatives In Owen county Col Green R Kollar and wife of Carlisle were guests of their son Dr H M Kellar this week Mr W J Lewis of Woodlake went to Memphis Tenn to at tend the Confederate reunion Roy Thomas S Major wont to Paris Monday to preach the funeral of Chief of Police J S Mernan Mrs Wm Cheatham of Louis villo was the of her sistei Mrs Florrie Rodman this week Mrs Jus A Hodges of Louis sisteriIexingtonICrutcher West Side on Tuesday Mrs F H Johnson f was called to Philadelphia Penn by the death of her aunt Mrs Drysdale Col W B Jnnklns commercial tourist for the Cincinnati Cordage and Paper Co was here Saturday WnshingtontA J Grant and wife in this city Mrs Maggie Cromwell of Lox ington has been visiting relatives In this city and county the past weekDr Wm Cheatham of Louis ville was the guest of his sisterin law Mrs Florrie Rodman this f week Mrs Torbert Coryell of Lam bertsville N J is the guest of her sister Mrs L Labrot Main streetMiss Lizzie B Hodges of Louis ville attended the wedding of her niece Miss Lizzie H Crutcher on TuesdayMr Donaldson who was called hero by the Illness of his wife returned to Sandusky Ohio SundayMr P Curtis jr of Louis ville commmercial tourist for J T S Brown Sons was here on Monday Mr Geo W Lewis of Louis ville attended the wedding of his brother Mr Will A Lewis on Tuesday Messrs Thos F Kelly and A P Gooding jr of JJoxingtonlworoguests of Mr Tuesday mv w V w w w ww wwwv FORnI IAL FAqF4FAfc nextJrKL z6IoJlh nAonio o L I 1 I 1 I n Extra values in Table Linens All Pure Linen at 48c 65c 75c 15 Dozen Towels all Linen full size only15c300 yards India Linen Extra Values at 5c 8e12c15c 500 yards Beautiful Lawns no two patterns alike only 5C ercises Special prices A on White Goods for Commencement Ex I lNeitzel 8c ODonnell J 4 f IJIIJJ n J Mr L Labrot and wife have re turned from Pascacoula Miss where they visited their son Mr Sylvester Labrot Mr Wm Johnson of Louisville an employe of the Kentucky Dis tilleries and Warehouse Co was here Saturday Mrs Geo A Lewis who has LexingtonSaturday morning M Garrett Assist ant Surgeon U S A arrived here on Friday on a visit to his mother Mrs Ada Garrett Rev Dr C F Evans and wife and MrsCharlotteBowmarof Ver sailles attended the Methodist Missionary Meetings Mrs Susan Quire of Louisville who has been the guest of her brother Mr N I McDaniel West Sido has returned home AugustainDr E H Black and sister Mrs Helen McClure this week Mrs S 11 Bailey of Versailles who has been the guest of her sis tel Mrs J B Lewis for several weeks has returned home daughterMisswere guests of Mrs J B Lewis Third street on Thursday Gen David R Murray was taken to his home at Cloverport on Sunday a very sick man His wife came here and accompanied himICapt J Henry H BrookIfieldweek Mr C W Merchant jr who has been living at Lawrenceburg for some time Is at home on visit to his parents Capt C W Merchant and wife Mrs Edith S Hunter and Mrs dnughterJanetteof Mrs J B Lewis Third street this week t Dr Curtis Johnson who has been interne at the Good Samaritan visitinghiswife on Shelby street IJexlngtonnesday in hopes of benefitting her health she being ill Mr Frazer formerly lived near Wood lake this county Mrs Jas A Hodges of Louis ville who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Helen McClure will return homo this morning and her father Dr E Black will accompany her to remain a week or so Rev M B Adams wife and son Marshall left Thursday for Clarks burg W Va where Mr Adams deliver the baculaureate ser onmo before Bronddus College his alma mater and will visit his grandparents 5 Time younger set belonging to the German Club gave a dance at Y ovening1horechaperoned by Mr J Buford Hen drick and wife and Col John W Pruett Throe fun was kept up until 180 in of Wednesday Frank Atherton of Frankfort KV who Is visiting relatives in this city rendered an offertory solo on the violin to an organ accompaniment at St Johns Church yesterday morning Mr Athorton is t artist and the exquisite music brought forth showed him to be a most able irI t i f DnilyReview BQarders wanted at 480 High St 384t MEDICAL SOCIETY SPECIAL Will be run by Northwestern Line from Chicago to St Paul It is of interest to all physi cians n1d the public as well to know that the Northwestern line will run The Medical Assooia tion Special from Chicago to St Paul Monday June 3at 780 p m on account of the 52d annual meeting of the American Medical Association which will be held in that city from June 4 to 7 perfeotedformembers of the American Med ical Association and their friends The train will be composed of sleepingthrough without change That passengers may obtain 6 oclock dinner in Chicago and early break arrungementshne W Station at 730 p m ar IN in St Paul Tuesday morn The fare is reduced the round trip being 1850 tickets good on the special und on all regular trains Therate for sleeping car births is 2 for double berth suchI berth providing sleeping modations for two persons Tick ets on the Special are limited to June 15 but an extension may be secured to July 15 on deposit of tickets with the joint agent in St Paul upon payment of 50 centsThose desiring special locations may arrange for their reservations either by letter or by personal ap plication to Mr Charles Truax of Truax Greene Co 4246 Wabash Avenue Chicago or any office of the C N W R R Arrangements have been made with Eastern and Southern lines whereby Pullman sleepers may be run through to St Paul and at tached to Medical Association special thus avoiding the neces sitty of changing cars A special trip to the Yellow stone park has been arranged open to members of the A M A their families and friends The special will leave St Paul over the N P R R June 7 in the evening and five and onehalf days will be spent in the park The fare for the trip which in cludes everything sleeping car and dining car service hotel bills stage coach etc is 500 for each person from St Paul Letters of inquiry regarding this trip can be addressed to Mr Truax 42 Wabash avenue Chicago Ill Campbell Catsup put up in fancy bottles only 8 cents at LangdonCreasey Cos 88lt Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Muslin Underwear Big Line Well Made andfSpecial values in Skirts Corsef Covers Gowns Drawers I 14r J Off regular price on every garment Ladies Misses and Childrens Vests from 5c 8c lOc and loc all full size Can show you all the latest in Hosiery big values atilOc and 25c c U Z MUU Io L r a a a PLYMOUTH AND PITTSRURGH GOALi I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coalofthe best quality Leave your orders while it is large and clean and they shall have my personal attenti- onHoge r Coal and Feed Company r t W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No 7 CASt We give rebate checks on all cash purchases thereby allow ing you 4 per cent and making you a partner in our business Why not buy from us Our prices are the lowest and goods 1 of the best quality and we carry everything to be found in a first class Hardware Store STACe BACONMASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT KYi r rrY w ffil II American l III LadyCorse i f SAiTrA little Better than the Best A Shape for every Figure Try them We are o e ag- entsWSFARER 44 326t Cor Main and Lewis Sts Frankfort Ky JEJiF o 56 o f 1 WildSeason Clearance Saley DRESS GODS 380 for Albatross Worth Soc 67C for Wool Crepe du Chine worth too ii 750 for Wool Crepe du Chine worth 125 c f1t 125 for Silk and Wool Crepe du Chine worthsoo i f- rB ID rOEN80N CO7BThe White Front Store Main Street MATRIMONIAL LEWISCRUTCHER At the home of the bride on the West Side at C oclock on Tuesday evening Mr Wm Abbett Lewis and Miss Elizabeth Hodges Crutoher were married by Rev t Dr McClusky Blayney The wedding was a very quiet one only a few of the immediate relatives and close friends of the contracting parties being present They were the recipients of quite a number of beautiful and appropriate gifts After partaking of a delightful h lunch they left on the 740 C 0 train for their home at Glady W Va DEATHS MOOREAt her home near Benson this county on Friday Mrs Margaret Moore wife of Judge J Dan Moore aged 64 years the day of her death S1 Mrs Moore was an old fash ioned Christian woman quiet gentle and loving Her life work has been well done and she has i entered in through the gates into 1e the eternal city of God From j girlhood she was a consistent and 1r zealous member of the North Ben son Baptist Church Her devotion to her husband andchildren was beautiful to be- tL hold ready at all times to do The WayiThatomen Work ouhfirstThen its ironing with the hot stove and the hard work to endure And in be tween whiles meals to get house to lean and children to tend Its bad HOugh for a well woman but for a weak woman its slow torture Dr Pierce Itavorite Prescription cures the diseases J elf the organs which weaken women It makes weak women strong Md sick women well Drtlucecorrespondence strictly private Address YIhas been orInCanntwo bottles Of your ritc Pre and Gol mediclaeray Discovery Tfcttt medldBf have me store than til that I have ever taken before Before I took pear medicine I was sick in bed needy half the t I couldnt do my work only about hUte time and now I work all the tae JI 0 four My advice to all who are troub Kith female weakness to take Dr Pierces vorite and Golden Medical Oia rery the most wonderful medicines ia the 1 Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets sweeten ate breath SILKS Foulard Silks at cost 580 for Colored Taffeta worth 75c 125 for 36 inch Black Taffeta the 150 kind SUITS We have a few of this seasons suits left best makes that we will close at cost 311 Anything nnd everything for their comfort and happiness She leaves an aged sons and four daughters to mournI her untimely Death camedenthIa blessed as she had been sick a timeIconIduotedon Saturday afternoon by herI pastor Rev John H Burdin after which the remains were buried in the churchyard among her kindred dead To her warm hearted but dos olate husband and to her bereft family we tender bur sincerest sympathyTAYLORMiss Margaret Taylor formerly of this city died atAnnap olis Maryland on Thursday The deceased was a sister of the late Col Richard H Taylor and Mrs Sarah Jouett and an aunt of Mrs M J Dudley of this city and also a niece of President Zachary Talvor The remains will be taken to Jefferson county for interment in the old family burying ground near Louisville Delicious fruit jams only 8 cents per jar at LangdonCreasey Co 88lt COMMENCEMENT SCHOOL STATE NORMAL The twelfth annual closing exer cjees of the State Normal School will occur June 2 8 4 5 1001 Baccalaureate sermon Sunday June 2 8 p m Rev J E Wood Danville Ky in the chapel of the school Industrial Day Monday Juno 8 900 a m to 280 p m inspec tion of industries 280 p m program of exercises Address before Y M C A Monday June 8 800 p m Rev R Mitchell D D Class Day Exercises Tuesday June 4 1080 a m Alumni Exercises Tuesday June 4 200 p m Addressbofore Literary Society Tuesday June 4 8 p m Prof H E Murrell Glasgow Ky Commencement Exercises Wednesday June 5 1080 a m literary and grad uating exercises 200 p m annual address Rev R H 0IMitchell Harrodsburg Ky short addresses Judge E C ORear Mayor W S Dehoney and other eminent gentlemen You should visit the State Nor mal School and this is a time to do so A most oordialI welcome is extended to all J S HATHAWAY PresidentI FOGUSVILLEI There have been such sudden changes in the weather that it seems as if the north frigid zone I had changed places with the tor zoneWe a heavy hail storm in this section last Friday It seems as if the parlors in this withIin the hand James B Tucker and L IMessrs of Stamping Ground passed through our village last Thursday afoot Somethinb quite strange that those gentlemen should be walking Lost their horse and carriage and fifteen pounds of fish near Churchs schoolhouse Quite a joke Mr H H Bramwell of Man leyville sold to Mr Wm Bailey one family mare for 42 Miss Rebecca Buffin was the guest of Miss Alice Claude ovar SundayMr Johnson of this viI page went to Esq Peiffers for a writ of habeas corpus for one hog and lost his horse and buggy Bad luckMr Wm Claude went over to see his best girl Sunday Wedding soon we think Mr Hawkins and wife of Lexington were the guests of Mr H H Bramwell and wife Wednes day Mr Hawkins was lookin after the interest of the mining company He is a hustler We noticed Mr Lee Fightman moving noiselessly along Sunday towards his future expectation Elder G W Foley went to Dr Skeins near Frankfort to examine his thresher engine Mrs G W Foley we are gla to report is some better Mr R L Gregory was at Thorn Hill Wednesday and Thursday of last week He took Mrs Wallace some building material The American Grocery drummer of Louisville passed through our place last Wednesday He always visits Mr B Manley our hustling groceryman where you can always find a nice new and clean line of groceries as cheap as the cheapestMr Manley and wife are this week the guests of Mr Martin- Carroll of Woodford county We wish them a pleasant visit Mrs Patsy Bailey who has been sick for the past few weeks we are glad to say is some better Mr John Marshall of Harvie land was in our midst this week looking after the tobacco inter ests He is a hustler We could almost hear one say the other day I believe within my soul and all my flight her whom I expected to be my better half has gone clean out of sight Just wait and she may return some day There is quito a religious stir up in these parts of the moun tains on this great subject get aoIVhy1108inSome of you who can understandS ONYX HOSIERY Our entire stock of Onyx Hosiery at abso lute cost to close CORSETS The Celebrated P D J Band C B a la Spirite Corsets in the uptodate Straight Front Low Bust and Long Hip styles Call andsee them Pleasant to take II Laxative Syrup l NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal 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 etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND oOc PER BOTTLE u NoticeIThe creditors of J L Rodman 8 Son nnd of ut mv DAfdTEMBER receive claims against the es toted of said pttrtiusJOHN W RODMAN Assiiniee of J L Rodman t Son and J L Rodman 354t Assignees Notice I HEREBY give notice to thoso indebted to Thos B that they must come for wnrd and settle at once Those having claims against said Brightwell are notified to Provo name and present thorn to me for settloir GEO C SHAW 80lm Assignee TB Briuhtwell that good book please tell your scribe how about this any way Your scribe thinks some one must be moonshiuing in this mountain district from the effects to be seen on Saturday last Mr E H Taylors representative is all about here STAR EYE BIRTHS MILLERIn this city oil Wed nesday to Mr John A Miller and wifea daughter- OCONNORL1 this city on Tuesday to Mr James Desmond OConnor andwifea daughter NEW LIVERY STABLE Messrs John and Eugene Scott have purchased the livery stable formerly run by Mr Bowman Gaines on Clinton street and will take charge of same on June 7th They will have a new line of vehicles and good horses Give them a call n Administrators Notice lateGeorgeward and bettlff and those hln claims against the estate of wild decedent are request ed to present the tunic properly proven for settlement SAMUEL MARTIN KHt Adni r Geo Oman deceased BETWEEN LouisvilleAND CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST 1UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers ANXxmlavUI arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorsecents package IFor sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Co TneFranltfortRDiiiKfeDoiit Entered at the postofllce at Frankfort Kentucky ns secondclass mailable matterI A LEWIS Editor and Pub ilEOFRANKFORT JUNE DELINQUENTS 1901I We desire to call the attention Hofa number of our eubscribers to the fact that they are in arrears upon their subscriptions tVehave notified some of them t of their arrearages to which they r Shave not responded stoprpapers they settle Tfcheir accounts There are others to whom we will send notices in a short time rind shall expect prompt responses or they will be discontinued likewise therbut amount to a con I5ndividml in the aggregate GOOD MAN GONE It was sad news that flew overt Four city on Friday evening when MrfIi eternal rest Mr Rogers was seventy years of age and was born in Massa chusetts but had been a citizen of Kentucky from boyhood In oarly life Mr Rogers was in the FronkIRailroad now tthe L N and was roadmaster Juntil about 1870 at which time he resigned and removed to thisI furnitureIand undertaking business in which he was engaged at the time of his death In 1808 he was married to Miss Emma Pettit of this city a sister of Hon Thos S Pettit of Owens Moro To them were born 8 chil Ihensix sons and two daughters His wife died about three year since but his children all survive Itomourn one of the best of fathers tMr Rogers was a devoted Christ- tan and an officebearer in the Methodist OhurchIunassuming gentle and Iretiring in disposition yet he was and energetic man tjlWhothought out all the problems of life and then acted upon his own convictions us to the right After once having made up his I mind as to his duty he was firm tttnd unyielding perfectly fearless of consequences IThoroughly upright in all his retaspect and confidence of all with whom he came in contact This community has sustained jaloss that it could ill afford l The funeral services were con ducted by Rev J R Savage his 1pastor assisted by Rev M B ih Adams of the Baptist Church sat 4 oclock on Sunday afternoon afterfJJot in our cemotory The large Xf + vattendano upon theso services c DOCTORSsay Consumption can be cured i Nature alone wont do it Itneeds c t help Doctors say Scotts Emulsion is the best help But you must continuo its use even in hot weather If you have not tried it send for free sample SCOTT DOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 4Soc and J too nil druggist r Tiiiftimiiii t attested tho high regard in which Mr Rogers was held in this oitj IVe tender to the bereft our sin cere sympathy Backache should never be neg eoted It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long may result in Brights disease diabetes and other serious and FoleysKidneywell Take nothing else South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie MONDAYS FIRE At 180 oclock on Monday afternoon an alarm from box 82 called the fire boys to the resi deuce of Mm Robt H Critten den on Napping street between Washington and Wilkinson streets where it was found that there was a pretty serious blaze the whole roof being on fire By hard work the boys succeeded in putting out the fire but not before the roof was consumed It seems that the roof caught fire early that morning from a defective flue but was thought to have been extinguished it how ever smouldering until the honk namedThe loss by fire and water was about 2000 on which unfortu nately there was no insurance The property belongs to tho Misses Burnley who live with their sister Mrs Crittendon We notice that some of our exchanges stated that it was one of the oldest houses in the city This is a mistake as it was built by the late Mr Jno B Bibb in 1857 or 1858 and there are any number of houses that were built long years before this one e Fatal mistakes are made by those who do not heed the earlier symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble that often encLiu Brights disease or diabetes When Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well how foolish it is to delay South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie EARLY CLOSING We desire to again call the attention of our merchants to the desirability of their uniting in the proposition to close all business houses at 7 oclock p in during the months of June July and August It is a tell known and acknowl edged fact that tho clerks in retail establishments where they close early during the hot months are in better condition to render intelligent and efficient service than they could be if kept at work until the lute hours prevailing during the rest of the year Humanity if nothing else should prompt employers to give their employes this boon Much the greater number of theI larger retail stores in our big cities close up promptly at 0 oclock p m the year round Why should our merchants then withhold this act of justico to their tired force during this short periodWe are glad to say that almost every merchant who has been approached on the subject has readily consented to sign the agreement There are only one or two holding out against it VaI trust they may see their error and join in with their compet itorsAfter the first few days there will be but little inconvenience to anyone and that should not be thought of when the benefits are so great to this hardworking class of our citizens DELICIOUS We are under obligations to our fair friend Miss Garolyno Brock of Fair View near the Forks of Elkhoru for a box of delightful strawberries which were very large in fact the largest and sensonIMiSS for the nice gift These berries will soon be on the market and those wishing to obtain the nicest and larges- should watch forthe Brook wagon Men may differ on politics re ligion or finance but all who have tried Banner Salve are agreed as to its worth for outs burns sores piles and skin diseases Itsthe most healing medicine in the world South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie- SENATORS RESIGN U S Senators Tillman and McLaurin of South Carolina after having held an acrimonious debate wherein Tillman charged McLauriu with having ceased to be a Democrat tendered their resignations as U S Senators with a view to submitting the question- of their Democracy to a primary the victor to be reelected to the Senate for the long term CHEAP INSURANCE Many a man has been insured against Brights disease diabetes- or other dangerous ailment by a fifty cent bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie- MISSIONARY MEETING The meetings held at the Moth odist Church in the interest of missions commencing on Friday evening and running through Tuesduy morning was a very in teresting and profitable one to all who attended There were about seventyfive delegates in attendance represent ing the churches in the Kentucky ConferenceThe of the Methodist Church and their able young pas tor entertained the delegates in true old Kentucky style It is earnestly trusted that the fruits of the meeting may be of lasting benefit to the cause You may as well expect to run steam engine without water as to find an active energetic man mayknowhe does not relish his food or feels dull and languid after eating often has headache and sometimes dizziness A few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets will restore his liver to its normal functions renew his vital ity improve his digestion and make him feel like a new man Price 25o Samples free at J W Gayles Long moors drug store BUYS A HOME Mr Chas A Watts of this office has purchased from Mr John Reib his two story cottage on Short street South Side Mr Watts moved his family into his new home this week Dyspeptics cannot be long lived because to live requires nourishment Food is not nourishing until it is digested A disordered stomach can not digest food and it must have assistance Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests all kinds of food without aid from the stomachallowing it to rest and regain its natural functions Its elements are exactly the same as the natural digestive fluids and it simply cant help but do you good South Longmoor and W McKee Hardiio- DAUGHTERSOFTHEOON FEDJ RACY The Joseph H Lewis Chapter No 285 Daughters of the Confederacy will give a grand fete ohampetre at Cove Spring Park on Tuesday evening next June 4 There will be dancing and re frushmonts including strawberries and ice cream Lots of fun Go and have a good timer r THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 a m daily leavr Lexington 1060 a m arrives Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack sonville 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning Also mtsleeping car service arriving Jack eveningSouthern with the Queen 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 and Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico RailwayInformation Avenue PassengerAgentW A TURK AgentWashington C WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky FOR SALE eightfeetTwo Upright Show Cases QaseHoldsAll above cases are of best wal nut S D JOHNSON 00 82tf A fatal policy is to neglect a backache or other sign of kidney trouble Foleys Kidney Cure is a sure remedy for Brights dis ease diabetes and gravel South Longmoor and W McKee Har die Low Rates Low rates are announced for the following named occasions via Queen Crescent Route National Association Credit Men Cleveland June 1218th American Association Nursery men Niagara Falls Tune 1214th National Electric Medical Asso ciation Chattanooga June 18 20thiKappa Alpha Convention Rich mond Va June 2528th OASTO XA Bears tho AJe FORRENT- ResldenoeN o 140 Broadway next door to the residence of R M Aldridge The house contains seven rooms and kitchen For terms apply to R M ALDRIDGE 85tf AN OLD STAND IN NEW HANDS Having just purchased tho eon fectionery and bakery of Mrs Mary C Todd on St Glair street near tho bridge which I have thoroughly refitted and restocked I am now prepared to furnish tho nicest fresh candies of all kinds bread cakes and fruits Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda of tho most delicate flavors always on hand A share of your custom solicited LUTHER F VIOLETT 874t Eczema salt rheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are quickly cured by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The certain pile cure South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie DAUGHTERS OFCONFED- ERACY Tile Daughtersof the Confederacy will give a fete at Cove Spring Park on Tuesday Juno 4 which will embrace dancing ice cream etc for only 25 cents ad mission Dontforget it KodolDyspepsia what you eatIt- artificlallydigeststhefoodaniiaWs Nature In structlng the exhausted digestive organs It Is the latest discovered digest anti tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other results of Imperfect digestion Prlce50eawl1 tns2 times small size Book aU aooutdyspepslumuUcdfre- fPrepared by E C DeWITT ACO Cblcago jriAWhia THE 1L Queen a Crescent j 11fand its connecting lines to the PanAmericanLxposition 4 BUFFALOM- ay rl1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train Bertie iwill bo announced later The Pan American the greatest American Expotc mon since tho Worlds Fair Imposing t7i i architecture wonderful displays special jfeatures dazzling Midway I NIAGARA I i I FALLS Only 80 minutes Exposition l Free Reclining ore tnlM Dmlaf caacu w WCWBSH BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana 1 Colorado Pacific Coast fJ Utah Washington Omaha f St Paul Nebraska I Clack Hills J VIA f i St louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRIINStSLEEPERS DINING MRS CHAIR MRS SEATS FREC a iRUGG PASSR ST LOUR 1IHOWARD ELLIOTT OENL 8T M- O1wWAKELEYOENLPASSRAOT8TLOUIBMO LOW RATE EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH EVERY DAY Via Burlington Route corn moncing June 18th continuing through the summer These will be the lowest rate summer oxour ions over made to the Rocky generalbasisthe round trip but on certain dates for instance from July 1st r to 9th inclusive lower than half rates are offered The Burlington Route is the best line the main traveled lineIto Colorado This is a rare chance toget an outing in this magnificent scenic regionTherates is so extensive and varied that inquiries for details should be Imade of the nearest ticket aspnt or of the undersigned Do us t le favor to write for inforrimtion printed matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for EpworthLenguers BurlinJtonsleavingdaiyJuly KansasCity L Rio Grande System through OityOnlifOlllin inthroughdescriptiveW M SHAW D P A 400 Vine Street OLGenl Passenger Agent St Louis Mo ELLIOTTI l tSt Louis Mb y WHITE GOODS I Dor Commencement Dresses Organdies French Lawns Paris Muslins Wash r gandies c with trimmings to match We have the L Correct Things Best values in town r i XX Zi r W S FARMER J Corner Main and Lewis g J5do oIM z 1 COMMENCEMENT a 1The annual commencement exercises of Excelsior Institute located near Jetts this county will occur in the chapel of the Institute on Thursday next June 6th beginning at 10 oclock We are glad to say that this popular school is still doing its accustomed work under its ac complished Principal Mrs Eudora L South b All friends of this school are t cordially invited to attend They will enjoy a musical program 1 under the direction of Miss E D fGiltuer t 5 A few months ago food which I ate for breakfast would not re i main on my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your IjKodol Dyspepsia Cure and can my breakfast and other 1meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing tEquals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for troubles H S Pitts 1ArlinJton Tex Kodol Dyspepsia what you eat South p dz Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie APPRECIATION We have received the following note from one of our former lady citizens now residing in St Louis Mo We thank her and her genial husband our lifelong friend for their kind consideration St Louis Tuesday May 28tOt My dear Mr Levis Our address after this will be 2645 Olive street J wish you oould see 1Irit it s anxiety about the Roundabout The first question he asks when he gets home from his office on Saturday evening is Has the Roundabout come When he gets it I give up all hope of seeing it until the next day Very truly 1Irsit thekthe Frankfort Cincinnati R R will sell tickets to Milwaukee at one fare for the found trip plus two dollars Final limit July 28tb J R Newton General Passenger Agent The billions tired nervous man can not successfully compote with his healthy rival Lit 4y pillsIinati R R will sell tickets to Lex IIington at one and onethird fare for the round trip limited to July 6 1901 J R NEWTON General Passenger Agent Cycling has its ups and downs After downs use Banner Salve if youre out or bruised It heals the hurt quickly South Long moor and W McKee Hardie DISTILLERIES SHUT DOWN IThe Old Oscar Pepper Distillery of Messrs Labrot Graham has shut down for the season The Blakemore Distillery of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co shut down onI Saturday last The distillery of Messrs Haynes Trundle at Stamping Ground shut down on Saturday last The Spring Hill Distillery of the Kentucky Distilleries Warehouse Co this city shutdown for the season on Wednesday OREGON WASHINGTON AND IDAHO largeimmigration should take advantage of the op pprtunites and the greatly re duce 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 THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY We are in receipt of the following card which explains itself 1871 1901 PaysonBryancompany at the thirtieth anniver sary of their marriage on Thurs day evening June the Oth at eight oclock At 419 Ann street IFrankfort Kentucky We can hardly realize that thirty years have come and gone since the marriage of our genial friend and his accomplishedwife The doctors told me my cough was incurable One Minute Cough Cure made me a well man Norris Silver North Stratford N H Because youve not found re lief from a stubborn cough dont despair One Minute Cough Cure has cured thousands and it will cure vou Safe and sure South Lpngmoor and W McKee Hardie BRYANTS STATION While the cool weather is prevailing the cut worms are playing havocMiss Ella Allison and Mr Allen Stigers Miss Florida Hamilton MaryYoungcomposed a merry party that graced Elkhorn with their smiling faces Sunday We wish to correct the mistake in the date of Mrs Ruth Moores death which appeared in our last issue We said or intended to say the 18th instead of the 1st as before stated for of course the first day of May did not come on SaturdayWe glad to report Mr J H Sudduth much improved at this writing Mr Harry Hulette paid his re spects to Miss Mittie Mitchell r Gf Sunday evening Harry is fast becoming known in his new buggyMrs Hazel Chism spent week with her mother Mrs SallieI PulliamAs R L McCready was physically unable to fill his ap pointment at Mt Zion Sunday evening Mr Wentworth was called to fill the vacancy which ho did in a very eloquent manner DiedAt her home on Benson Friday May 24th Mrs Margaret Moore wife of Judge Dan Moore She leaves a husband and ten children six boys and four girls and a host of relatives and friends The funeral took place at Benson Church Saturday even ing conducted by her pastor Rev J H Burdin after which the re mains were borne to their last rest byherthat they officiate as pallbearers Mrs Moore was a highly esteemed lady giving much of her time to the service of the Master To the bereaved ones we tender our heart felt sympathy urging them to look forward to that great day when those that she loved shall live forever in that happy land Then sleep sweet mother and fondest wife Since Jesus has freed you from all earthly strife At the portals of glory relieved painLoved meet her again Miss Cora Sudduth has been very much indisposed for several days Mr Stoddard J Moore has a good milk cow for sale- MOLLY YOUUM Call at J W Galeys and South Longmoors drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve the appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect AGENTS WANTED For fastselling books Choice territory Big money Write for particulars quickly Address Car rollton Book Co Carrollton Ky 88lt Danger disease and death follow neglect of the bowels Use De Witts Little Early Risers to reg ulate them and you will add years to your life and life to your years gripeSouthHardie Best Route to St Paul and Min neapolis RyTheelectric lighted leaves Chicago daily at 080 p m Service un equaled Tho best of everything Three other firstclass fast trains daily from Chicago also 900 a m daylight trains 1000jp m Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex For tickets rates and full information apply to your near est agent or address A F Clove land 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio JJ ltj vy WE HAVE the right things in Carpets Mattings Cur tains Newest StyleszLowest Prices We can save you money on them 30 n LJho h h dottno o r F h AF1 A W S FARMER Corner Main and Lewis n It Lh i Iik N TIME TABLE jSOUTH INO51 ii v Lexington Midway 2001 835 J06 Frankfort 301 937 645 Chrlstlunsburg 3401 1017 6M Eminence 3 641 Lagrange 710 AnclmrHge 5I11085 745 r Lonlsvllle 5 810 rrTH No17 No19 INo1IINo18No20P Louisville 200 720 410 Anctiorage 287i 755 444 Hraium 314 925 523 Eminence 340 852 647 Curlstlatuburg 401 912 600 Frankfort 950 642 MMwuy 607 1055 ir TexInaton 540 1059 C 0 TIME TAULi SOUTH NORTH INO INo PM Lexington 816 w Krauktoit 911 615 Snelbyville fl1 700 at Louisville 110 No22 JNo M PM Lv J806SlroloyvllleFrankfort 74P ir Lexington 11115 840 LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND Dally Ex Sun Daily Leave Lexington 225 p tn 745 n m 810 pm a30a m L E Junction 822 p m 845 n m Cl 350 p m 010 nm StantonOO pm 925 nm Natural Bridge 485 p m 054 a m Torrent 449 p mlO03a m Benttyvillo Junction5ll pmlO29 a m Arrive 015 p in 1130 a m WESTIBOUND No1 DailyEx NO4 Leave Jackson 025 am 225 p m1 Bcuttyvillo Junction 725 a m 320 p m pmNaturalStanton 883 am 430 pm Clay 842 u m 489 pm E Junction 916 a m 508 p m Winchester 929 nm 520p m Arrive Lexington 1015 am 005 p ml JK BARR General Manager OHAS SCOTT G P A T II S P AI Offers the Following Attrac tions Annual Meeting Imperial Council of the MyHtio Shrine Kansas City Mo Juno and 12th Ono for the round trip plus 200 E wortb League Meeting San Francisco Cal July 18th to 21st 1P01 Greatly re duced rotes Special Excursions to Colorado and Utah JulyAugust and September One fare for the plus 200 For further information will on or address yt T GMATTHEW8 Tray Puss Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass 8 Ticket Agt St Louis t t YouShoulduse MILES F- rJJ3JL FLOUR FIRSTBecause it is the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory and home labor is employed in its pro duction Tile J fM Millin Co J N MILES Sec Q UN KENTUCKY A tootftdMd Sehidilt la Efat My to INS IA8TBOUND No L Ka 6 iii 7s5 WESTBOUND No 0 No a AT Louisville 1040am 74Opm 75Oaa 400pm 745ain Lv Louiavil Ar 74Opm UXtOaai 025pm 1000am Lv LarncbrgAr 530pm L10ap XABTBOUmX 11taTIOtTNa- No 15 tN0761 STATIONS No Ie tN- ott pm 745am Lv Loulirvtl Ar 1040am 740pn TlOpm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 7SOam L4Opa 74Opm 1150am Ar OeorRtn Lv 700am 10pl ASTBODND WKSTBOOKt- tItNatNo lltNo STTIONS CltNo I 1102am 735pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 158am 1156pm asopm Ar Rlcnmnd Lv 006am llOpa 106pm Ar Irvine Lv LBSpa BTATIOH3 NO LLv Louisville 745am 7Mym Ar Lexington 1045am latoyia Ar Knoxville 700pm 746a Ar JockHonvilta Btue Lv Chattanooga LlOpm 04ua Ar New Orleans 830am No a through sleeping car Louisville to HIP tlngham via Lexington and Chattanooir No 5 free observation ohalr car LoulsTill to Lexington No free observation chair oar Lexington tc Louisville No Meeplnc car Birmingham to LouUvlll via Lexington All trains between Loulsvlllo Lexington aa4 Burcln dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos H and lOdally Nos and dally except Sunda Between Versailles Nloholasvllle Rloki mood and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSO MVPfcOM J M Oozr T X Washington D a Washington DQ- WATHRKQPA WIlLS TA TLOlIoGPA Washington D a Louisville YR = o SOUTHERN RfllLMY I isville745am 9OpatAr pAr61fuAr6639ArTBOU1tOI 7tQu17iOpm Iflpl47pm 74Opa102am Llop4ttAr 6itSistArI26PAr1145aoiAr Bakt Yiu IEWMKWk1dky FNf Ilalll w 1N litlk qr i i 7 1 WEDDIING PRIESENTS II Birthday Presents Commencement Presents in Sterling Silver I Jewelry and Cut Glass We have complete lines of The Lancaster Strasbourg Cambridge and Buttercup patterns in sterling silver made by the Gorham Manufacturing Co r M A SELBERT ReliableJewelerlfcf iIfyou buy it at t J 4 r i i 1l RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALCHURCHRev R L McCready Ja tor F B Wentworth Assistant SF mHoly1a in sermoniSundayschool and adult Bible at 945 a m To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor ab sent Rev A T Robertson D D of Louisville will preach at 11 a m and 8 p m- Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Young Peoples Society will meet atchapelPrayermeeting even at p m Heats free and all are cordially in vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH ReT George Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m- At 745 the annual Childrens Day exercises of the Sundayschool will be eiven- ChristianII Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 700 Leader The President MeetingJunior meets chapelPrayermeeting night at 745 Topic Uplifting Power of ChristThe public will be cordially wel corned to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted MajortheLow mass at 780 am High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH Bev Dr J McClusky Blayney the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday oven nA at 780 The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J L Webber President Ky Wes leyan College at Winchester will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 in Epworth League meets at 7 oclock in the Ladies Parlor Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe jr will preach at 11 a m an Ipnstorr m at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris pmIc tf Miss Maude Dickens Parsons d KQB writes I suffered eight years with asthma in its worst form I had several attacks dur tit ing the last year and was not expected to live through them t I began using Foleys Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate relief South Longmoor and W MoKee Harde l ISPLENDID LECTUREI Dr R P Buckmaster the hustling youijg Osteopathio physi cian at the request of the Board of Education and Superintendent Frogge addressed the pupils of the City High School in the Chapel of the White Public School on Thursday last taking as his theme The Circulation of the Blood The address was a master effort and the pupils were intensely in terested from the beginning to the close The doctor demonstrated his thorough acquaintance with his subject Lima beans choice packing 5 cents per can at LangdonCreasey Cos 881 1 FOR SALE A most handsome set of An tique Furniture hand covered fo sale cheap Consists of Soli Walnut Bedstead Bureau Washstand and Cherry Wardrobe Ap ply at once at this office REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assign ments of revenue officers in thi division of the Seventh District as made by Collector Roberts for the month of June- STOREKEEPERS Eugene Craig to Ky River Dis tillery No2- Henry Newsom to Ky River Distillery No2 warehouse DisItillery No2 warehouse W H Sneed to Ky River Distiller No2 meal room Chas T Throckmorton to Ky River Distillery No2 night- F D Clark to W A Gaines Co No4 A W Nazor io W A Gaines Co No warehouse- C M Kash to W A Gaines Co No4 warehouse Thos E Oldham to W A Gaines Co No4 meal room L R Diggs to W A Gaines Co No4 night- J E Hanrahan to W A Gaines Co No4 bottling- S D Pinkerton to S J Green 9d to S J Greenbaum No9 warehouse- H A Daniel to S J Green baum No9 night- P G Powell to J T Barbee No Baphael Strauss to John T Bar bee No 82 bottling- J W Robinson to John Cochran Co No 87 John M Stevenson to John Cooh ran Co No 87 warehouse W A Hamilton to Labrot Gra ham No 62 W L Baker to Labrot Graham No 62 bottling H S Sinclair to E H Taylor jr Sons No 58 Chas H Talbott to E H Talyor jr Sons No 53 meal room ir IJ D Nash to E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 warehouse- B S Drake io E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 bottling Geo L Mountjoy to E H Taylor jr d Sons No 53 night H R Croxton to W A Gaines 100I to W A Gaines warehouseI A Gaines Co No 106 warehouse W B Anderson to W A Gaines Co No 106 bottling W F Croghan to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 W D Blanding to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 warehouse- S P Willis to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 meal room Oscar Grigsby to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 bottling John R Spiers to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 night GAUGERS W B Allen to W A Gaines Co No4 entries John Coohran Co No 87 withdrawals John T Berry to John T Barbee 82d Gaines to W A Gaines Co No 4 withdrawals J Pi Williams rectifier H F Given to W A Gaines Co No 106 E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 withdrawals Labrot Graham No 52 StaggsLetcher Lusby to Ky River Distiller No2 entries- P P Parrish to S J Greenbaum No 9 W M Saffell to Ky River Distillery No2 withdrawals Geo T Stagg Co No 113 withdraw als STOEEKEEPEEGAUGEBS W W Cherry to Laval Mayse No 11 R A Geers to W J Frazier No 60 A B Piper to J J M Saffell No 91 John Stephanski to J N Blake more No 96 S A Powell to Haynes Trun dle No 105 For two years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa was in poor health on account of kidney trouble He consulted several physicians and spent considerable money for med icines without obtaining relief until he tried Foleys Kidney Cure and now writes I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of aiding others South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardier DO YOU wEAR-m A TRUSS If let me fit ou All kinds Soar anteed Prices right DruggistI m Frankfort Ky 1U1 = 5 iS4GROCERIES aT LOW ST PRICES f AT- JOHN PRISCOLLS J 1IECZEMA 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 JointsFalling 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 Botanlca Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the spree to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Readers ofthe ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydruggistsCompletedirections ferers imiy test it a trial bottle given Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given g Tor Sale by W McKee Hardie 481 y 2 FOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesIBacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TO W J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail LEXINGTON BREWING GOi BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbinb in Quality and Flavor IrA ANY BEER MADE EQUALTO THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Bept 21y Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you NtH fIA YEARS EXPERIENCE WIJ GRUNWALD Repairedayys GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 221y0yDOYOUWANT stockof A theparticulars 17DecTry Capital Steam Laundryia home enterprise Work guaranteed FOR RENT storeroomformerly street South Side Possessio given at once 28tf N F RICHARDSON L- ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUP TIONS aridRemiokscure the most obstinate case At John W R Williams 88ly Dress Box- Couches t i ti Bed Lounges ISofa Couches andlChairs IWenext 10 daysato the wise is sumolent JIR Rogers Sons Dec lly t wi m INCHEST FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Kmw Rival Leader andRepter r Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shell that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM LOUISVILLE PIKE Delayed letter Miss Emma Tracey of Frank fort is spending a few days with Mrs Ben Tracey Miss Juliette Pirtle of Louis ville is the guest of Miss Margaret Taylor f Mr Alfred Read left Thureda for a visit to relatives in Coving ton Ky and if his health permit he expects to go from ther to Indiana and make a visit be fore he returns home Mr W H Parrent and family spent Monday with relatives in Bridgeport Messrs Crockett and William E Parrent who have been in the Pihlippine Islands for nearly two years arrived home fill 0 K on Sunday morning Every body Was glad to welcome them back rind many sad hearts rejoiced Mrs Sallin Graves of Frankfort visited Mrs A B Read one lay this week One of our young ladies says a soldier is the for her and a brave heart she adores Now is your chance You sent your sweetheart to the war But dear girlnever mind The soldier boy didnt forget the little girl he left behind We are glad to see Mr Willie If Utterback in our community again He has been working in 1Frankfort for some time but is at home now- DrCrutchor and Mr 0 W Utterback went to Blacks pond fishing OiVWeduesday last Miss Annie Holder attended church at Bridgeport Sunday Miss Ola Hawkins is still on tlie sick list and improves but Very little For almost a year she has been suffering indescrib o able pain and misery which she tears with as much patience and almost without a murmur that she has won the hearts of all who know her Miss Ola is sadly missed by a host of friends who are anxiously awaiting her re covery and who hope that her doctor with Gods help will soon have her restored to health and out again BornTo the wife of R B Gordon on Sunday May 5th a bouncinaboy Bob is doing very well thank you JUST ME II UNNECESSARY LOSS OF TIME- Mr W 3 Whedou Cashier of j Winjsome a car in his employ that will be 1Of value to other mechanics He SaysII I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him and he is again at his work For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor FINE PREACHER l Rev J L Weber D D who thebIlyaii College oy at Winchester is making fine impression in his t workwherever ho goes He is a I Aman of considerable ability as a college president and as a preacher Dr Weber will prnaoh at the Methodist Church next Sunday Everybody is invited to hear him tf and assured that th9y will be well repaid for attendance Succotash 5 cents per can at LaugdonOroasey Cos 88lt i RI To the Roudahout whoIserious illness I wish to make a statement of my case About the first of March I contracted very severe case of the la grippe COOl plicated by asthma and this fol lowed by pneumonia Dryperiod of my illness and I must equalecase every sense word Osteopathic treatment is entirely equal to any emergency and there never was a time that Dr Buokmaster did not have the case well in hand I firmly be lieve that had it not been for Osteopathic treatment I could not have recovered The high fever which usually accompanies pneumonia was very readily controlled I can not commend Osteopathy too highly and I think the test I have given the new soieuce is sufficient to warrant my opinion ELLA READY 88lt Forks of Elkhorn HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafalette of Gregory Landing Clarkcounty Missouri I was in such bad shape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of my neighbors brought in a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and I took it and got instant relief I soon got up and around That was nine years ago and I am still in good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house and always will be It is the best on earth For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor ANOTHER FRANKFORT PREAHOER HONORED Rev J R Savage will preach the evening sermon on the commencement occasion at Science Hill School Shelbyville next SundayThe of that college have a rare treat in store for them A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well for Chamberlans Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Rem edy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and for the cough fol lowing la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor DECORATiON DAY Thursday last was decoration day and notwithstanding the chilling rain there was quite a crowd at the cemetery at 4 oclock and after the usual core monies by the officiating officers of Albert G Bacon Post No 88 G A R and prayer by Rev J R Savage of the Methodist Church the graves of the veterans who had laid down their lives for their country in all the recent wars were abundantly decorated with flowers which had been ar ranged by the ladies The colored people headed by G W Monroe Post No 85 G A R marched to the colored cem otery where appropriate exercises were held and the graves decorated by a committee ofsohool children I ArbuckleS 11 ltft I ifj Rost4orfeeThe at which Arbuckles famous roastedcoffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and r makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package pi Save the signatures ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY THE GENERAL INSTRUCTOR OR THE OFFICE DUTY AND AUTHORITY OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE SHERIFFS CORONERS AND CONSTA BLES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY With precedents suited to every case that can possibly arise in either of those offices under the laws now in force with references to the laws out of which they do ariseThe whole alphabetically digested under the several titles with an index for the ready find ing of any matter sought BY JOHN BRADFORD LEXINGTON Printed by John Bradford on Main Street 1800 The volume contains over 250 pages Printed in the style of that day the letter S used being the long S of tho olden time This is probably the first book of the kind ever printed in Ken tuckyThere are a number of very amusing warrants drawn up and for every offense imagionable Our friend Capt W T Havens loaned us this quaint volume which strange to say ofa law bookaffords a fund of amuse ment to one who cares to read it A severe sprainwill usually dis able the injured person for three or four weeks Many cases have occurred however in which a cure has been effected in less than one week by applying Chamber lains Pain Balm For salo by T W Gayle and South Long moor S Staixp Over Cork LDmt it WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND AIL WHISKEYS IS THE DAHfmREPAS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAYLOR SlGNATURBISFORIUUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR ft SONS DISTILLERS INCORPORATED FRANKFORT KY Dr Wallace has opened a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for the treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations or such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tf SEe SEE U s IT IS aHOW IT LOW RATES TO THE PAN EXPOSITIONI Via Queen Crescent Route Double Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full in formation WANTED A good Goon wages will bo paid Apply at 820 street 87tfe- t rACCOMMODATIONS FOR VIS So much has been said and writ ten about the ability of the City of Buffalo to care for the crowds which will attend the PanAmer loan Exposition this summer that a few facts and figures will be ap preciated by the general public In the first place there are listed more than two hundred hotels which will give accommodation to thirty thousand people there arts six hundred and fifty boarding androoming houses affording ac commodation for eight thousand five hundred while seven thou sand owners of houses most of whom never before hung out their latch string for a consideration have signified their intention of r their houses for the ac 4commodation of visitors to Buffalo this summer These seven thou sand homes will accommodate at least one hundred thousand vis itors The Exposition Company has arranged to furnish tent accommodation on the Exposition grounds for two hundred and fifty uniformed men There are also two companies arranging tent sys tems which will afford additional accommodation outside of the grounds to fifteen hundred or so In addition to all this there are a large number of buildings throughout the city now being re modeled und converted into hotels the plans of which are not far enough along to afford an ac t ourate description or to estimate presentIdred and fifty thousand strangers To this may be added accommo dations for at least fifty thousand in the surrounding towns such as Tonawauda La Salle Niagara Falls Lockport Williamsville Gardeuville Depew and Lan- casIter all within a short trolley ride the city Rates in hotels range from 1 per day upward As ridiculous stories have been circulated in re gard to exorbitant hotel rates it is well to note the rates that have been established at the Iroquois the most expensive hotel in the city these are for one in a room without bath 8 and upward for two in a room without both 5 i and upward thus making the minimum rate 250 per individ withIcourse r are rooms and suits of rooms in this hotel for much higher rates for those who wish to pay them hut the prices here given are the t highest in the city for hotel ac commodations as the term is ordinarily understood The Broezel after May 1st will charge from 4 to 5 with two or more in a room this rate is planrea The Ge n see wioh rge frc m 2 y upward ou the European plan Rates at the Mansion House on the European plan will be from t 150 per day upward with two in a room tThe New Tifft House will be r run on the European plan after May 1st and will charge 250 to- 800 per day for a room without bath and from 850 to 5 with bath Good accommodations can be secured in many other good hotels at rates ranging from 1 per day theIwaging Willow Furfthure and Wicker Chirs ArrseWM MM bear MlM bet trey its terfuM4 to leek like MVvMi drygiltsatstll Ise sure betMd dry a d kb- Or =M t twos NX rweltrranr rh +a + rerk tttw- would wish to occupy from 1 to 2 per day and in nearly all oases families will furnish breakfast at from 25 to 50 cents each while regular boarding houses make rates with a range in price to fill all pocket books The tenting plan is something new in accommoda thorIoughno doubt will be satisfactory those who are familiar with toI form of accommodation wnter plenty of fresh air elec tric lights board floors to the tents easy access to the exposition grounds and a cheap rate of accommodation will be some of the f points of advantage in this re spectA number of the local rsliable agencies are engaged in locating visitors in homes in the city These can bo relied upon as being honest straightforward and efficient they are composed of business men of integrity who will carefully protect strangers in the city and visitors may feel as sured of courteous treatment and safe conduct to accommodations which have received careful in spection A branch of the Exposition In formation Bureau has been estab lished to look after the accommodation of colored people who may visit the exposition AMThomas a colored lawyer of the city who is well known to most of the col ored citizens and who has their confidence has been appointed to make a thorough organization and is prepared to furnish accommoda tion for all colored visitors This shows the complete man ner in whichaccommodation for visitors to Buffalo has been pro vided 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 the second good health by using Greens August Flower Should you 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 Frankfort Ky and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac 81 ly Confederate Decoration Day June 3 All those interested in the dec oration of Confederate graves will please have flowers at the cemetery at four oclock on the after noon of June 8d ELIZA H OVERTON President Confederate Memorial Association FIRE AT SPRING HILL A blaze broke out in the slop drier at the Spring Hill Distil lery on Wednesday night par tially destroying it Being out side the city an alarm was not turned in but the notice of the fire was given by telephone Not being able to reach the fire the city department did not go out The loss will amount to 75 I fiohwomwithout GotdDustftJ PowderI KENTUCKYS OIL BOOM It seems as though we are to have a big share of the oil boom now on for the Kentucky oil fields of Wayne Rowan and other counties have started the mad rush to obtain options on oil lands Two oil wells in Wayne BeauIup with the procession Prices of lands in those fields have gone skyward r A GENTLE HINT In our style of o climate with its sudden changes of temperatuie rain wind and sunshine often in termingled in a single dayit is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us 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 ConsumptionHemorrhnges Pneu 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 81ly LEXINGTONS CHAUTAUQUA The fifteenth annual session of the Lexington Chautauqua will commence on Tuesday June 25 and will continue until and in cluding Friday July A delightful musical programme is offered first class oratorical ability will take part in the lecture department and thorough instruction will be given along educational and religious lines Other social features will be givenThere should be a large attend ance from our city FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leave Chicago daily for Mil waukee Madison Green Bay Fond du Lac OshkoshEscanobia Ishpeming 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 OLD COLORED MAN DEAD r An old colored man by the name of Joseph Washington died at the home of his nephew Mr Jerre Halleck on Mero street on Tuesday afternoon Washington was formerly a slave of the late S I M Major Sr Esq and was a faithful and honest worker until paralyzed some ten years ago He was about 80 years of age TO CONNECTING LINES This is to advise that commenc iug Monday February 25 1901 AIabrogating 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 0 P A mileage tickest will also be honored over our line locally whether they contain clause to this effect or not 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 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat rr VVVVcJV rsc r1x Jy irr rvvvqit f LEXINGTON = CHAUTAUQUA LOW RATES VIA Queen Crescent RouteIFROM ALL AND POINTS Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars I a 1 W 0 RINEARSON G P A l 5 THE d AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 00vRESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 f Address all correspondence to f HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Tune limo 0 H y I Home Steam Laundry ISf The Home Steam Laundry Office corner Main iandSt Clair streets is convenient to leave f 2 receive bundles Extra efforts are being andimerit your patronage The class of work i done now is holding old patrons and making new I Laundry 104 Broadway J AT COST FOR CASH Our Entire Stock of Millinery Hats Flowers Ribbons c- jJohnsonHoge The White Front Store f 311 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT II SUNDAY EXCURSION T- OCINCINNATI I JUNEtDaIIs The II125 ROUND TRIP 1 Special Train Service BASE BALL Reds vs St Louis Coney Island Chester Park The Zoo and all Summer Resorts are now openI See small bills or call on TickI et Agent for particulars W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Tr- BIG STORE SPECIALS WEDDING PRESENTSWhen ready to nnmerOURI tforSPECIALS Table Tumblers 4 patterns 15o per oet- Decorated Plates fiOo per set Beautifnl Blue China Bowl 9 inch 25o 860GlnewGlass Berry Bowls 8 inch The GlnsA Berry Bowls 9 Inch 200 Also beautiful line of patterns for 250 BeatI r GoIWASH COODS Our stock of White Goods Lawns Dimities and Dress Ginghamn is now complete the patterns rightCallmoney We are also offering an extra good 16o ladies and childrens hose for lOo per puir W T READING ESTABLISHED 1814 May 252t