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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 2 i IJf LETTER FROM DR TAYLOR hEditor Roundabout I Dear Friend and BrotherEn Kolosed find my subscription for 1901 It is nn oversight that it I was not sent sooner I nin deeply grateful to yon for kind indulgence We can not get along without the Roundabout and the t weekly news from Frankfort One who has had n homo in Frankfort H nan never grow from the lff charm and longings begottenof JV the enviable privilege I recently returned from Oali fornia with my invalid wife who af seems to be gaining strength in Iher home surroundings She is very feeble and keeps her bed most of the time That she may jr have a lease of life is more en couraging new than three weeks ago California is not the place for people with any kind of lung I trouble The climate is salubrious and equable but damp and cool Her sojourn in Pasadena did V her little good It is n great joy to the former jp Frankfort pastor to read of the wondrous revivals with which the Baptist and Disciples Churches JtOf Frankfort have been recently What a happy comment iron Frankforts religion and mor als also that during the many t sad and troublous scenes enacted there within the last eighteen v months no Frankfort citizen was the aggressor and that so few of her people were in any way drawn into them Such n record for stability of principle and fidelity- to righteousness during times so troublous can hardly be duplicated God will bless and protect his peo pier There were saints inCmgars household There are saints in Frankfort I have tu bow again in sadness and in sympathy with the sorrow ing ones as the Roundabout brings jp the news of the death of dear Mr J Rogers What a noble man he rWas Kind obliging faithful as thoughtfulf A devoted Christian a model father and devoted husband Patient when great sorrow crushed his heart swerved from duty by no adversityhe endured as seeing is and lived hnppyI0 ful pilgrim got home Bless the Lord for the fellowship and for the memory of such a man And Frankforts contribution of good men to the world hasbeen large and worthy With many tender memories of the dear city and good people and with a prayer that the good Lord may still bless and direct its buBy pastors and its kindly edi rtiorp the writer of this is still to serve 9W C TAYLOR llI MrJames Brownof Putsuiouth Va over flO years of age suffered for with a had sore on his helphimSalve cured him permanently South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie LETTER FROM OKLAHQMA JEl Reno Okla May 21 1001 VW Ti Gofnam- V My dear old friend You can not imagjue the surprise and the pleasure kind and welcome Jetter gave mev The lnst time I saw you if I am not inistaken kraSfin 3858 nearly 48 years ago wo were in the prime of life and lievfitthinkiug that we would live to become men and see Nearly afiof the friends and com tirates of our boyhood days pass away There is seldom a day passes tthat I do not think of nearly all of the friends and acquaintances Ml6f my boyhood days and imagine Ie them all together enjoying themselves as they did in the long byI old on the 21st day of February and am enjoying good health My wife died in Galveston Texas on the 11th day of December 1891 just one week after our arrival We went there in the hopes that it might be of benefit to her health I remained there near five mouth then re turned to Oklahoma then went to Kentucky in October 1892 arid remained there until the 24tti day of July 1898 then back to Oklahoma remained there until September 1895 then went with my soninlaw and family to Den ver Colorado and remained there nenrly two years then beck to the farm in June 1897 and in September 1897 to E1 Reno where I am at present and whore I expect to spend the remainder of my life My daughter married Mr W R Roberts a son of Mr W B Roberts who married Miss Mitt UuceZnohchildrena girl in her 20th year and a boy in his 19th year both are healthy intelligent and hand some The bo was one of the volunteer soldiers that wont to the Philippine Islands and was only 16 years old He was a member of the 88d Regiment under Col Hare now General regimentforarmy There were fivef boys who went from El Reno and all re turned safe and sound In one of the battles there was one man killed and one wounded One these was my grandsons right ofI the other on his left and he the heel of his shoe shot off He said he thought his time had come Oh how I would like to see you and talk over old times It would take a year or so Then we could still think of things that trans pired long years ago I winow try thing about El RendOklahomaI and the now country which will bo opened to settlers some time in August next I am acquainted with several of the commissioners who are allotjng the lands to the Indians and all say the most of it is as fine farming land as there is in the world and it is almost certain that it will be opened on the lottery plan Every one who wants a quarter section when the tithe comes will register his name then when all are registeredsome one blindfolded will draw for each person registered and a record kept totell who the lucky and un theyhaveI have been living in ElReno over throe years It is a beautiful city with a population ofover six thousand andat this time there is in course of erection over two hundred business and dwell ing houses We have excellent waterworks and sewerage Many hardware establishments Two years ago cue hardware house to three months it sold 800 road wagons besides hundreds of bug gies mowers headers and all kinds of farming imple ments in proportion tryfora chance as any one and get one you can sell it for two or three thousand dollars ifa good one and perhaps more There will tryItto try but if you draw a blank your money will be returned Be fore the opening the newspapers will tell you all about how you must proceed to get a farm You must I will and cmfllget jAboutof Thornton Gorham bought a farm in about two miles of me and lived there abo t two years and returned to Arkansas His it r WEg Can show one of the largest and most com plete stocks of Em broideries and Laces cityEmbroidered upI5 cents and upwards Val Laces 2 per upwardsAllOvers upwardsCall goods BroI 1nIdiannhis ancestors bubjtnew his grand KentuckyI me all about yourself and all your rel myfathersto hear from you soon I am as ever Your friend THOS A OATLETT LOW RATES VIA Q C Covington Ky State Encamp ment G A R Juno 84 One fare for the round trip Ask particularsMontreat Workers Assembly July 21 to August 4th On sale July 22 good returning August 4th Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge 25thlLonging State Teachers Association July 2B to 26th one fare for the round 16th trip good returning August Montreat N C Montreat Bible Conference August 11 to 25th low rates tood returning ageutefor Lima per can at mennstcants s 89lt A GOOD OOrGH MEDICINE It speaks wOl for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists iiso it in theirown rn I have sold Chamberlains Cough Rem edy for the five years with- Qomplete 6ntisJcti n to myself- and customers says druggist 1 Goldsmith Van Etten N YCI 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 vory efficacious For Bale by J Wl Gayle and South Longmoor r Yrr TheJHouse With a Reputation For Houest De- alingWeAreReady In our new room with our new spring goods 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 and up ReadytowearClothing 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 FrankfortMensIjadies Shoes 3 oo and 350 Oxfords 2 50 306 350 R1 K1 McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET W iT SAFFELLS IAl Are Sole Agents for Frank Fehrs Cele Ie It brated Beer for fam ily and table use Delivered in anyAR tfpart of the city PERSONAL V j Mr Len J Blythe pf Gra6fenburg was heron Monday Mr JPrentiss ORear hasreturned from colloge at Oxford Ind Mrs John Will Johnson is vfslt Ung hcr son in Mt Sterling f Mr Dan Kennedy of Lexington y Was a visitor here on Sunday i Mrs E S McDonald of Louis r Tillo is visiting relatives here k Col W M Cravens of Now Oas tlo was in the city on Tuesday fRevA C Honsley of Ver tf sailles was in the oily this week Mrs Jennie Cardwell of Louis tY1 Vill 0 is the guest of relatives boreR Susie Rodman of Louise villa is the guest of relatives in this city s Maj Bon B Peake the hustling r Georgetown auctioneer was here l1onduytJ Scott of this office Spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of friends Mrs Henry H Kelly was called to Lexington Monday by the ill ness of her mothere Rev M B Adams wife and son Marshall returned last night from Olarksburg W Va Miss Olivia Stewart of Owens fooro is visiting Miss Nettie Wal cutt on Ann street Miss Bessie Hardin has gone to St Louis Moto spend the summer with her mother Dr R P Buckmaster and Mr Herbert Vreeland went to Louis- Ville on Friday night Mrs Hullie Rodman of Louisville was the guest of her son Mr John W Rodman this week Rev W L McEwan D D of Pittsburg Penn was the guest of relatives here this week Mr John M Banta wife and son have gone to their new farm in Fayette county to reside Mr Chas M Williams of the Court of Appeals visited friends in Georgetown this week Mr W G Chapman who has been on a visit to friends in Bowl Ing Green has returned home i Mr Allen Bond of Lawrenoe r burg is the guest of his aunt Mrs J S Colins Washington street it Mr Ed P Bryan Jr and bride of Ferguson Mo were guests of Mr L Labrot and wife this week r Col John G Craddock of Paris was in the city Wednesday an tmade his usual pleasant call on us Mr Loraine Rogers of Waco r Tex has been visiting his brothers Ii andsisters in this city this week t Mrs J R Ely who has been the of her daughter Mrs W T Lindsey at Tryon N C has re turned JlMr Sani R Smith went to the Monday to spend the sum mer with his friend Mr Ned Church Miss Mae Hookensmith of th Forks of Elkhorn was the guest o Miss Agues Crutcher South Side this week Win Cromwell and son Wll 11iam jr have gone to Buffalo N i Y to attend the PanAmerican Expoijjtion Mrs Chas Clay wife of Major YIsftfnglornear this city Miss Pearl Putt of Eminence who Has been the guest of Miss Emma Ponce West Side has re turned home Mr John ORear has returned from school at the Kentucky Mil itary Jnsittute at Linlund Prof Fowlers school Rev R L McCready and Rev F B Wentworth returned from the Convention at Versailles on Friday night Master Todd Lewis who has been attending the Louisville Trnining School returned home on atfirday afternoon Mrs Cornelia Bush who is auditor of the body attended the Fed eration of Womens Clubs at Bowl ing Green this week Roy J L Weber D D of Winchester preached at the Methodist Church two flue sermons o appreciative audiences MIss Nellie Chinn of Colorado Springs Col who has been visit iner her mother Mrs W J Chinn returned home Wednesday Mr Sam P Woods of St Louis Mo traveling evangelist for Ral- stons Purnia Mo is in the city visiting relatives Mr J Henry Craig wife and son of Brookfleld Mo who have been the guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis left Monday for Eastern Kentucky- Dr Minnie C Dunlap recentI appointed Assistant Physician o the Eastern Lunatic Asylum was tho guest of Mrs J B Lewis on Friday Messrs L H Finnell Jas C Sower Chns Voglor and Win H Stewart attendee the Stato J3n- caiDpmont G A R at Covington t this wookIyai Mr Craig of Versailles has boon stationed at Ky t Distillery Np 2 and has taken 4 o erA f LfAIio F1It6it4A j 3 a nextII i zitiZa l1T tAnA Extra values in Table Linens All Pure Linen at 48c 65c 75u 15 Dozen Towels all Linen full sizQonly15c t 300 yards IndiaLinen Extra Values at 5c8c 12c 15etnOO yards Beautiful Lawns no two patterns only 5C Special prices on V hite Goods for Commencement Exercises A77I LL S h AJ L A I UJ 4CI e d Db Lit L ZA L 6A r t 1 Lj t rooms with his cousin Mrs J B Lewis Third street Mr Archibald Breast wife and little daughter Priscilla of Colum visItingMrsstreet the past week daughtersMissesof Cynthiana spent several day in this city this week the guest of Mrs Loulia B Longmoor Miss Nettie Furrow Osteopathic Physician and assistant to Dr R P Buckmaster was called to Kirks ville Mo on Friday night by the dangerous illness of her father AugustaGasister Mrs Helen McClure left olddRev Mr Darsie left Tuesday StatesChurch which meets at AVaco from the 7th to the 10th insf He will be gone till the middle of next weekRev I A T Robertson D D of Louisville preached two fine ser mons at the Frst Baptist Church in this city on Sunday He was hero in the interest of the Endow BaptistfRev J R Savage accompanied by Mr L F Johnson as delegate from the church and Mr J3en Williams as delegate from the Sundayschool attended the Dis LexingtonDistrictSterling The conference was held Juno 6th 6th and 7th Col Ed P Bryan sr and wife of Yonkers N Y celebrated tho 80th anniversary of their marriage at the residence of Mrs Bryans sis tor Mrs Mary Hensleyon Ann St Thuredy There were alarge number of relatives and friends present to congratulate our genial and his gentle wife Among them was his son Ed jr with his fair bride from I orguson Mo Everybody in this city will join us in wishing this popular couple many happy returns of tho day CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the sigaatare of LOW RATES TO THE FOLLOWING POINTS Covington Ky State Encampment G A IL Juno 84 One fare for the round trip Ask ticket agents for full particulars Montreat N 0 Christian Vorkers Assembly July 21 August 4th On sale July 22d good returning August 8th Milwaukee Vis Grand Lodge B P 0 E July 28 t y2th long limit and low rates I1Iontonglo Tonn Annual Meat mug State Teachers Association July 28 to 20th one faro for the round trip good returning August 16th Ion treat N C Montreat Bible Conference August 11 to 25th Low rates good returning August fullrparticulars COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES- OF THE FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL Class in Literature Tuesday June 11th Opera House S p m Graduates Wednesday June 12th Opera House 8 p m List of graduatesMartha Ann Abbott Mary Alebia Bauer Elvira Curteher Downing Joseph Howard Duvall Bessie Gaines Franklin Julia Willoughby Johnson Joseph Jacob Kernen Willye Word Land Nellie Marshall Edmund Meagher DOJASalyers T= rDO YOU WEAR IAlit TRUSS All Idnds Guar Prices right J W GAYLE Druggist Markethouso Cor Ann and Broadway =jjHy 775NaS Ao hLVi L4 f r IMuslin Underwear Big Line Well ladeIJ Special values in SkrtRCorset Covers Gowns and Drawers It g 541OffChildrens Vests from 56 8c lOc and loc all full size Can show you all the latest in Hosiery big values at lOc loc and 25c zeODonnell P s I CASIt bI wtfingHlWhyprices are the lowest and goods of the best quality and we carry tt everything to be round in a first class Hardware Store fJ I STACC a BACONrMASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT KY LIOi COEaEA LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH Off ALL 1I If you went to buy a lion rjwhelp you wouldnt accept a kitten as a substitute even ifyfthe dealer urgeD you Now dont accept a substi tute for I14 ILION COFFEE- It is bound to turn out a com Itfmon yellow cat with none of i the strength of the lion Watch our next advertisement You wait LION COFFEE because It Is LION COFFEE I Y IpolishedIf LION COFFEE were common ordinary stuff coffee drinkers wouldnt insist on hay ling it It is used in millions of homes because it is the best coffee in the world fQr tho 4In11whichWOOLSON CO TOLEDO OWO rt c + FI MidSeesh SaleC1ererice 1 IJ L DRESS Go6S I rIif 38b for Albatross Worth SOC l 670 for Wool Crepe clii Chine worth ifoo s 7scforWool Crepe dU- 1 ChinE worth fr- I t25for Silk and Wool Crepe du l worth joo f1rt D Xr JQ t r 7JS1JR3 1 =r jt A VENT the resu dance of1 the brides sister Vise J Biter urthis city tJii day Juno 1ttt S80 oolopk p ni Mr Harry Avont of New 0 Orleans Lu flirt Mis Bulk of were mnr a ried by Rev L JX Wallace N I In this city on night to Mr E Taylor anti wife a I i =At their home near 1 on to Mr Gilbert H Mastin and wift3a son j fi DE In this outs on Fri f day Mrs Kessler aged 7B years after a long and painful y illness P I Sbe loaves four grown children j to mourn her death She was a rt member of the Church Van Buren Ark on Friday May 81 Mrs Thos M Magee nee Maggie Price aged 51 years Mrs Magee was born and raised f in this city and was the of the late Dr Price J She was well known to the older tI if Exercise is as bad as too little for the growing girl It is very easy for her to overdo and this is especially dangerous hood It is notan uncommon thing to lay the foundation for years of after misery by neglect of change of life The use of Dr Pierces Favorite not only health to the entire cine for diseases peculiar to women cnuse it cures the causes of disease and per nInently alcohol neitheropium cocaine nor any other narcotic It cannot disagree with the most deli cate constitution v ror a number of months I suffered with female trouble writes Miss Agnes McGowne 1 of ma Dank Street I tried various remedies but to do me any permanent The doctors said it was the worst case of internal trouble they ever had I once your t a week before I began to feel e Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical r Adviser in paper covers is sent fret on receipt of onecent to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr V Buffalo N Y f J I J i r Silks at cost 580 for Taffeta worth 750 125 for 36 inch Black Taffeta the 150 7 kindI r We have a few of this seasons suits left best makes that we will close at cost 8 tQ rOEN80N CO8White Front Store 311 Main Street Is 31rrLtFS7STd7PetTdIIlZPATRIMONIAL BEJRICSAt ontrSntur Nnnniej Louisville cardsIBIRTHS TAYLOR Wednosday Hickory daughter vMASTfN thiscity Wednesday rrHSJ iCESSLER Margaret Presbyterian MAGEEIn daughter Williamson TOO MUCH girlslife precautions Prescription regularity organismrt completely Prescription noneSeemed receiyedar4rr graduallylprovedand SILKS Foulard Colored SUITS residents of this city by whom she was greatly admired Sun leaves a husband seven daughters and one eon to mourn herdeathlVIL1 At his homo in this city ou Monday morning at 0 ooldclc Mr Henry R Wil jliums aged 77 years as the result ofau attack of grip and pneumo nia Mr Williams had spent Tall of his long life in this city Atone time by patient industry he had accumulated a comfortable com petence but later saw it melt away by unfortunate circumstances until he spent his later years in straightened circum stances Ho was a member of the Meth odist Church and the funeral services wore conducted by Rev J R Savage from the residence on Third street South Side on Tues day afternoon at 880 oclock and the remains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery He leaves one son Mr Eugene M Williams dud two daughters Dr Flora Mastin and Miss Ida Williams one brother x Mr Isaac Williams and a large cir ole of nephews and nieces tdmourn his death- SUrLIVANAt K the Forks f lIiolfl1elSullivnn Mr Sullivan was an honest upright man in all his dealings end was highly respected He was a mem bey of the Catho lie Church and Yffs hurled from the Church of the Good Shep herd on Monday afternoon ser vices being conducted by Rev Father Tom Major after which the remains were laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery S SEAYAt his home on South Elkhorn near Woodlake on Mon day Mr Win Seay aged 78 years Mr Seny had been an invalid for several years and hard suffered great yIHe was a member of the Forks of Elkhorn BaptistAhtirch but illhealth had prevented any active work on his part for a long timeHe leaves a wife two sous one daughter and one brother to mourn his death The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon services being conducted byRey E F Wright of Vo lake from the family residence 1 THOMSON At her home on the Leostown and Lexington pike five miles from this city on Saturday Mrs Mollie Thomson widow of the late Thos Thomson jr and sister of Messrs Ambrose and Geo Quarlea of this county Mrs Thomson was a lovely woman an earnest Christian and member of the Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church She leaves four children three girls and one lct9mourn an affeotonate and tender mother anti counsellorThe took place on Mon day afternoon at 2 oclock and the remains were interred in our cemetery The services were conducted by Rev E F Wright of W odlnke Our touderest sym pathy is extended to the sadly bereft family- UNNECESSARY LOSS OF TIME Mr W S Whedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Win terest Iowa in a recent letter gives some experience with a oar penter in his employ that will be of value to other mechanics He saysHI had a carpenter working for me who was obligeeto stop work for several on of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been similarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured me He bought a bottle ofit from the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him and he is again at his work For sale byJ W Gayle and South Longmoor FOG USVITJLE andIning themselves in the apparel of the more comfortable for summer wearWe must say those last few days have played havoc with the heat ers and our young gents are already preparing their fans for the summer toil The Sundayschool is more than moving along at Camp Pleasant with Mr G W Wheatley as its superintendent There is much in this line of work to be done and with proper effort all can he made to enjoy its copious showers of the grim monster has been in our midst and removed from our midst Miss Elmer Mefford the sunshine of her pa rental roof She leaves bereft her dear parents Mr John Mefford and wife and brothers and sisters The bereaved have our deepest sympathy jMr Alex Green has been re moved to the home of Mrs Con nolly to await his fact approaching death with consumption we learn Mr John Cloyd and two sisters Misses Alice and Ora Cloyd were the guests of Mr J Redden over Sunday Mr D W Manley and wife worn the guests of Mr James F Bailey and wife Thursday Mr J W Bridges and wife passed through our village Thurs day on their way to Frankfort Mr R L Gregory has sold and conveyed to JMrXA 0 Tighlman 59 aoree of land lying pn Peaks ONYX HOSIERY Our entire stock of Onyx Hosieryat abso lute cost to close i I CORSETS vt The Celebrated P D J B and CB a la Spirite Corsets in the uptodate Straight Front Low Bustard Long Hip styles Call andsee them r The Pleasant to take J Laxative SyruprNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONM Ask Youi 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 thanI a any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Mill and Gregory turnpikes at 20 per acre Mr Chas Purvis and family were the guests of Mrs N J Lloyd over Sunday Rev James Clark of Peaks Mill preached at Mrs J Con nellys last Saturday at 7 oclock p m We learn that Dr J Byrne is suffering from chills Ye hope it will not interfere with his practice for he is a servant in deed to his pqople Mr J M Lawrence was in Frankfort Friday to see the lending oculist J S Coleman M DI We are sorry to learn he has some thing like granulated lids Mr J W Bridges of this place is the leader in horse dealing He is continuously buying and sell ing The young man who drives the bay mare and new buggy for pleas uro had better consult our city board and learn the penalty for driving so fast through our streets We hope a word ta the wise will be sufficientMr Spencer of Peaks Mill passed noiselessly through our village Sunday in his rubber tire but you could hoar him smileWe understand that there will be a free delivery peanut and banana stand at Peaks Mill every Saturday beginning at some sharp hour yet to be appointed This woe taken from the Heroulian Record iSTAREYE t Assignees Notice toIward and settle ut once Those having cluims against raid Brightwcll are to sumo and present thorn to mo for settlement SHAWe6 C jlroiwwoust syliit Anwar BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LO LJDEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E BAOON D P A N W Cur 4tli and Market Sta Loulsvlll t Dr Caflys Condition Powdera are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorsecents per packageQFor sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co TUBFranRfortRounflaDDUt Entered nt the postofllcc at Frankfort Ken tucks ns secondclass mailnblc matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 8 1901 i DELINQUENTS attentioniof n number of our subscribers to- the fact that they are in arrears upon their subscriptions We have notified some of them of their arrearages to wiiich they have not responded After this date we shall stop their papers unless they settle thoir accounts There are others to whom we will send notices in n short time and shall expect prompt responses or they will bo discontinued like wise These are small amounts to the individual but amount to a con r siderable sum in the aggregate 01 SPLENDID YOUNG LIFE ENDED It is with mead heart thnt we chronicle the sudden and unexpected death of our young and- handsome friend Mr William H Stone son of Hon Sam H Stone and late State Insurance Commis- sionert i We can even now hardly realize tf sA the fact that brave and true Will k Stone is gone But a few days since he was in this city and was to all appearances one of the I strongest and most stalwart of young men with prospects of a Jong and useful life ahead The hearty handgrasp and the pleas illbetokenedwe should ever have from him Will Stone was a true Kentucky gentlemanmanly brave unas suming gentle kindly His fathers idol his mothers pride Scarce had he reached the full flush of vigorous manhoodonly 26 years of agewhen his sun of life went out in the gloom of the grave f He was a member of Frankfort Commaudery No4 K T and a delegation of its members accom hiso1homemorning and pajd the last tribute of respect to their dead Frater tThey mourn a true Knight called home by the Supreme Grand t CommanderTo griefstricken father mother und brothers we tender at the sympathy of a whole com munity who knew and admired the lamented dead- Louisville Evening Post William H Stone was born twentysix years ago at the home of his father Col Samuel H Stone in Madison county a few r miles from Richmond yfHe was the grandson of Major c1 D Harris and was cons iieotod with many of the oldest f families of the Commonwealth He obtained his education in itbe schools at Richmond and t t was matriculated in Central tersity in 1892 from which UniI AI highhonorsSoon after his graduation he was appointed State Insurance Commissioner and he held tihisI important office until year neo He was the youngest man who was ever Insurance Commissioner but the office was never before thanifamllmrltyiwith the general situation in re gard to insurance in this State and every insurance agent in the State regretted the expiration of his term About a year ago he moved to this oity and entered the tobacco business with his father and iltilmediategained the same regard among the business men of the oity that he had held in the wider field as Insurance Commissioner Personally he was possessed of unusually attractive and winning manners anti had friends nH over Kentucky Few young men who have lived in Louisville in recent brighterfuturewider circle of friends NEXT YEAR AT VERSAILLES When the Grand Commandory of Knights Templar adjourned at Lexington last month it was not definitely settled where the an nuual conclave would be held next invitationhasCommandery No3 to meet in their city in May 1902 and the invitation has been unanimously accepted by the Grand Council composed of the four principal officers of tho Grand Commandery Invitations were also received from several other places but Versailles carried off the honor she having been a contestant with Lexington for the last conclave WEDNESDAY NIGHTS STORM Just about f oclock on Wednesday evening our oity was visited by a severe wind and rain storm For about 30 minutes the wind blew almost a hurricane blowing down j trees in different parts of the city the smokestack at the burned Royal Mills was topledover in the street and the trolley and fire alarm wires were considerably mixed up causing the fire bell to ring several tunes We have heard of but little dam age outside that above given but it looked squally for awhile Vinegar on special sale at Lang donCr asey Cos at 8 cents per gallon This is for Saturday only 89lt APPOINTED Col J Will Wright of Bowling G eon has been appointed postmaster of that city vice T U Fordyce term expired Col Wright was a Colonel on Gov Bradleys Staff Mr Goo L Barnes late of the Auditors office has been ap pointed to his old place as Assistant Postmaster ONE ON HIM Col John G Oraddook of Paris got lost Thursday morning prettyiGeorgetown girls The Colonel had been in attendance upon the Commencement Exercises of Georgetown College and had gone to the depot on Wednesday even ing to return home when he met Col A H Sinclair and was invited to attend a social given by Col Sinclairs daughter It is hardly necessary to say that Col Craddook accepted the invitation and had a grand good time among the Scott county beauties Thurs day morning the Colonelstill thinking of tho pretty girls T t went out to the depot intending to go to Paris but much engrossed was he that he oitYjanthis side of Georgetown Eczema salt rheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and Ml skin tortures qre quickly cured by Do Witts Vitoh Hazel Salvo The certain pile cure Scuth Longmoor and W McKee Hardie STANTONS POEMS We are in receipt of a copy of the collected poems of our lamented friend Major H T veryIs versa tility as a writer was something anomalous He could write gen uine poetry or prose with equal facility and vigor But in the tender and emotional line of writing he was singly superb as instance The Moneyless Man II In it he touches the tenderest chords intho human heart and at the same time lays bare with biting sarcasm that nature which bows fin reverqncce beforo the golden Moloch forgetful of the higher anl hotter things of life This delightful work line been RobtIclarkof 150 Those who knew and admired our genial and lovable friend can not afford to do withput the book which so vividly recalls his per sonality WANTED An agent in your county for Velty Show Card Signs Agents are making 4 to 7 per appointedipsample terms and catalogue The Echo Novelty Co Echo New York 89lt JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY OF THE Y M C A TOBE HELD AT BOSTON Current interest of the Young Mens Christian Association World is now centering in the jubilee convention of that organization to be held in Boston June llth to 16th Just fifty years ago the first American Association was founded in the city of Boston and it is highly fitting that the fiftieth birthday of this great organization which has spread into almost every city in the United States should be celebrated tin this old and culturedcity- The delegates at this gathering will include not only men from every State in the Union but many nations of the Eastern world will be represented- A partial list of speakers who will appear on the jubilee plat form are Col Johp J McCook Admirals Sampson Barker and Watson MajorGeneral Joe E Wheeler General Jas A Beaver Captain Richmond P Hobson Hon Jas H Eckels Bishop Potter Bishop Baldwin of Canada M Jules Siegfried of France and many other guests of great prominenceMr will represent the local association at the convention i QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA Miss Maude Dickens Parsons Kas writes I suffered eight years with asthma in its worst form I had several attacks dur ing the last and was not expected to vivo through them I began using Fdleys Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate relief South Longmoor and W MoKee Horde aE9StTYLE 4Bears tie je Bout Ignatnro of r THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE- Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 746 a m dally leave Lexington 1050 a m arrlvt Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack sonville 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving 45 p m hue through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jack eyqningSouthern with the Queen Crescent Route is the only line with 24 hour schedule between Louisville and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jackson vllle for all points in Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico RailwayInformation Avenue passengerAgentW A Gen PUSH Agent Washington C WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky FOR SALE One Show Case with table eight foot long Two Upright ShowCases One Upright Ribbon Case Holds 300 piecees All above cases are of best wal nut S D JOHNSON QO 82tf HALF RATES TO KANSAS CITY Via Queen Crescent Route account Shriners Meeting June llth14th 1001 Rate one fare forthe round trip plus 2 lib eral limits Ask ticket agents for particulars W C RINEARSON G P A tLow Rates Low rates are announced for the following named occasions via RoutejNational Credit Men Cleveland June 1218th American Association Nursery men Niagara Falls June 1214tb National Electric Medical Asso ciation Chattanooga June 18 20thKappa Alpha Convention Rich mond Va June 2528th For two years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa was in p ror health on account of kidney trouble He consulted several physicians and spent considerable money for med icines without obtaining relief until he tried FoleysKidney Ogre and now writes I desire toad my testimony that it may be the cause of aiding others South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie j FO RRENT- Residence No 140 Broadway next door to the residence of R M Aldridge Time house contains seven rooms and kitchen For terms apply to R M ALDRIDGE Qott AN OLD STAND IN NEW wtf HANDS Having Just purchased the con fentlonery bakery of Mrs Mary G Todd on St Clair street near the bridge which I have thoroughly refitted und restocked I am now prepared to furnish the nicest fresh of1fi1l kinds bread cakes and fruits Cream and Ice Cream Soda of the most delicate flavors always on hand A share of your custom solicited g LUTHER F VIOLETT 874 Kodole D Y sjepsia Digests whit you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reton- structing the digestive It Isthe latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It la efficiency stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other results of Imperfect digestion and II sae a timer small aU ab utdyspopslo maUedtrct Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Chicago THE ueen Crescent Route and its connectingSlines to therPan American lOr 1IExposition BUFFALOiMay 1st to Nov 1st 190lV lcanInratendattJalnorvI8o tIwin bo announced later Tho Pan American the greatest American Expo Itlon slyarchitecture wonderful displays features dazzling Midway I NIAGARAFALLS minutes Grounds os1uoJn Free Reclining tnba Punstnbu o4ll1elto CHt ruw c RINAPBO ll BEST TRAINS t TOrKansas City Montana l Colorado Pacific Coast w Utah Washington Omaha r St Paul Nebraska 81 ae iVISt Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRIMS SLEEPERS CAS CHAIR BARS sfiAET1 v RUaaVRAV PASSR ST LOUltHI HOWARD ELt10TT ONL ST l WWAKELEYaENlPA8S RAaT8TIOUiaU I LOW RATE EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH 4EVERYDAY r tr Via Burlington Route corny mencing June 18th continuing tlthrough the summer These will be the lowest rite summer excur i ions ever made to the Rocky f Mountain Region The generala basis is only one fare plus 2 for the round trip but on certain ftdates for instance from July let to 9th inclusive lower than half rq oJThetttoColoradoThis is a rare chance to get anJouting in this magnificent scenic and delightful summer region The general scheme of excursion it rates is so extensive and vnrjedJ that inquiries fur details should Le made of the nearest ticket agent or of the undersigned Do us the favor to write for information l printed matter etc TO CALIFORNIA F t The cheapest excursion rates for tLeoguersBurlingi fiers to San Francisco leaving daily July 6th to 18th inclusive froIQjt JOityl Rio Grande System through CityCalifornia f t nesday personally conducted in t through tourist sleepers same route as above Send for descrip tive folder W WMSHAW D P A 400 Vine Street- Ciuoinijati 0 LV WAKELEY Gonl 4StHOWARD ELLIOT GQnOr JStJii i yvy yIF IfILW7f1l1 JI STANDARD PATTERNS FOR JULY JUST RECEIVED I 1 1 The Designer for July jOe a copy the Leading Fashion Magazine Call and get a fashionslieet New Allover Swiss and Laces for waists 50c to 3 per yard New Dimities and Swisses for Dresses 5c to 50c It will pay yon to see them Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Ruffled Curtains c All Newest styles Lowest Prices All New Goods We will save you money f I IJ S 8 FARMER Cor Main and Lewis Streets k FRANKFORT KY Zi F LrAh cz jJR 7 i 6h7Cl7aTZiVo e hV A i t A GOOD MAN Itjjis with more than usual pleasure that we learn that our old and honored friend GovWm J Worthington hue been non inated by the Republicans of Greenup county as their candi date for Representative in the Lower House of the Legislature Could we but have the body filled with such men as Col Worthington the Legislature would size up with the able and honest Legisla tures of antebellum days U A few months ago food which I ate for breakfast would notre main on my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and can now eat my breakfast and other meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for etomaoh troubles H S Pitts Arlington Tex Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat South fe Longmoor and W McKee Hardie BUNCO GAME One King Cole was here with t the circus gang on Saturday und he and an accomplice worked the bunco racket on Mr Newton Hale They claimed to be able to sell him a farm for 165 that he could resell for 500 without fail His slick tongue overpersuaded Mr Hale and he handed up his hard earned cash and was told to wait there with the man while the ac complice went for the deed He t waited I- tJ SequelCole was arrested in Louisville and brought here Monday for trial He surrendered the money and was released to work his racket on some one else The billions tired nervous man can not successfully compete with his healthy rival DeYitts Lit tIe Early Risers the famous pills for constipation will remove the of your troubles 1se COUNTY COURT DAY county courtday Mondaybrought out the smallest crowd that has attended a court day in many months There was considerable stook on the market but very few sales made Horses ruled high What few sales were effected were at f top prices ranging from 105 upward There were a number of fresh cows offered and one was Bold for 2475 the others being held for better and lambs were withdrawn at 425 per head f Danger disease and death follow neglect of the bowols Use Do Witts Little Early Risers to reg yearsDEasy to take and never gripe South Longomor and W McKee Hardiq t 1 SOUVENIR EDITION We are in receipt of a copy of the recently issued souvenir edi tioh of the Williamstown Courier edited and published by our tal ented and valued friend Judge John H Westover It is one of the handsomest writeups that we have ever seen and is a gem of the printers and lithograph ors art The illustrations are firstclass and show up many a familiar face among the prom inent men whose pictures are givenThe old county of Grant is a good one and contains lots of good people and none of them deserve better at her hands than such men as John Westover Bob Elliston Worth Dickersonb P HoganTim Needham Dr Daugh erty and Dr Wilson at the front rank of whom stands our brother editorWe congratulate him upon the decided success of his writeup of the prosperous business interests of his good town and county OREGON WASHINGTON AND IDAHO largeimmigration should take advantage of the op portunites and the greatly reo duod rates This wonderful coun try fully and accurately described and illustrated in a new booklet with a large map which will be nailed toI any address upon receipt of six cents in postage by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago CLOSE CALL On Sunday morning little Bowen Armstrong son of Mr Nat Armstrong who lives on the Dr Morris farm this county obtained a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup and drank nearly all of it Every effort was made by his parents to make him to throw up the med icine but in vain Mr Arm strong then brought the little fel low to Dr E E Humes office where the doctor succeeded in rid ding him off the drug and saving the Jittle boys life It was a close call however Cycling has its ups and downs After the downs use Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quickly South Long moor and W McKee Hardie SALE OF CITY LOTS Those fine buliding lots known as the Stoddard Johnson lots on tho corner of Second and Shelby streets were sold by the Farmers Bank of Kentucky on Monday at public auction The corner lot 50x192 feet was bought by Mr C E Collins at 25 per front foot the second lot same dimensions was bought by Mr J M VanDorveer at2150por foot r Low Rates nigh Fridge v Sunday June 9 Special Trains and Excellent Service Spend a Day at This Beautiful Resort W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati the third by Dr J S Coleman at 23 per foot the three lots on the South Side of Judge Hobsons residence were bought by Mr Chas E Bond of Lawrenoeburg for 8100 being 150x192 feet These prices 1kere exceedingly low for lots so well situated It is understood that dwelling houses will be at once erected by the new ownersCall at J W Galeys and South Longmoors drug store and got 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 Best Route to St Paul and Min neapolis Chicago NorthWestern Ry The NorthWestern Limited electric lighted leaves Chicago at CBO pin Service un equaled The best of everything Three other firstclass fast trains daily from Chicago also 900 a m daylight trains 1000 p m Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex press For tickets rates and full information apply to your nearest agent or address A F Cleve land 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Uffhe doctors told me my cough was incurable One Minute Cough Cure made me a well man Norris Silver North Stratford N HBecause youve not found re lief from a stubborn cough dont despair Ono Minute Cough Cure has cured thousands and it will cure you Safe and sure South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie EIk V TIME 1IAU No Nolt SOUTH PM Ml AM r Lexington 2735 Midway JOQl Krnnktort 301 937 545 hrISt1an bUrg 340 1017 Ewa Bininditce 358 1035 6 Lanrange 425 1105 7iu 458 31 745 r Lonlsvllle 525 Ui06 810 NolfJNo18iNo20 IM1 k lMlAIjPAI Lonlcvllle Anchorage uxriuiKP 814 825 623 Eminence 340 852 547 Fault tortbnI601I5fI7I10211rC 0 TIME TJHLK SOUTH No21 INo P Lexington 815 62H 911 61 Shelbyvllle 1001 70 At Lonlsvllle 1100 80i No22 NoII NORTUA M PM Louisville 830 6KK Bnelnyvllle 928 700 Frankfort 740 IrLexlngtpn 11018 840 LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND 4DailyEx San Leave Lexington 225 pm 743 am Winchester 310 pm 830 am L 8 E Junction 832 p m 845 a m Clay City 850 pm 916 n m Stanton 400 pm 925 am Natural Bridge 485 pm 954 am Torrent 449 p mlO03a m Beattyvillo Junction til pmlO29 a m Arrive 615 p mll80 a ro WESTIBOUNDI IIExLeave Jackson 025 n m 225 p m Beattyvillo Junction725 m 820 p m SMTpmNaturalStanton 833 nm 400 pm pmLWinchester am 520p m Arrive Lexington 1015 am 003 pm J R BARB GoncrollIannger OHAS SCOTT G P S P A Offers the Following Attrac j tions Annual Me g Imperial Council ot the w Kansas JunoNlitand h One itlnroi the round trip plus 200 Meeting San Francisco Cal July 18th to 21st Greatly ro ducod rates Special Excursions to Colorado and Utah Juno July and September Ono faro lor tho round trip plus 200 addressiTrav Pass Ajrt Loulsvlllo Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass 8 Ticket Agt St Louts MoI Youuse ld MILES JsB M FLOUR t FIRSTBecause it is the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product 1 of a homo manufactory 8n1 home labor is production Tholi fli Millin Go J N MILES Sec I r 1LSOIJTIThRMRtIILWIIY IN KENTUCKY tssdiMt SCJt4I li Cffttt Ml IOM A8TDOUND NOeL NtE 400pm7tiiiilArLarencebg tt6pm L46pt loOtJi1laArWESTBOUND Nat 02 M yArUuaArAr LoulsviUo 1040am 740pm Lt8TI3OUND Na Na 11InATIOll8 N 400pm 745am LT Loulsvll Ar 740pm 025pm 1000am LT LarnobrgAr 690pm 61QM 7BOM730pmXASTBOUinX WJUTXO0X Ala to STATIONS No 1A Nam 745am LT Loulavll Ar 1040am 749Wpm 810am Lv Shelbvll Ar 810am 615BM p171Opm LMpt1VrATloxaL v Loulsvllle 45am 10Ar110pqArAr Jacksonville 8KUB Lv Chattanooga aospm 8 MMI 111iO3aArrJacksonville 8SOam 10 Lv Chattanooga 310pm 045MK 1146astArAr New Orleans 830am No S through sleeping oar Louisville to Jngham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation ohair car LoulsvlUft to Lexington KLoutsvlllaNo 4 sleepingoar Blncingham to Loutsvaly via Lexington rr All trains between LouisTllle Lexington aai Burgle daily- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos H and dally Nos and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles Nloholasvlllo Rlo lEBond and Irvine dally except Sunday tQally except Sunday Other trains daltyt rOAMMONM VPkOM J1L CUUIT Washington D O Washington DQ WATOUKOPA WKBITATLOMXGPA Washington D a Louisville Ita OP I U M aD41fhky ofpetlculrw a HtD1ts vrttll r A10 N104tl1f t dM 1N Jlortk lr7t 1 n vr I f eeeeeeeeee c eeeeeeeiiiierriiai rraiarrrr rrree +ieee v 1 t I WADDING 1 PRESENTS1ft it S j IiBirthday Presents Commencement Presents in Sterling Silver gJewelry and Cut Glass We have complete lines of The Lan sr Strasbourg Cambridge and Buttercup patterns in silver made by the Gorham Manufacturing CoV1M AMSELBERT Reliable Jeweler i If you buy it at Selberts its good 3 i iee eeeedeeo D m rrrrtrI rISIMSi IrselIioeeeee RELIGIOUS TCHURCHRevRector F B Wontworth Assistant S mMorningn mwprayer and sermon at 580 p Sundayschool and adult Bible at 945 a m Wednesday evening prayer nty 7 p m publicare BAPTIST CHURCH Rov M preaohMx Sundayschool In the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Young Peoples Society will meet at 700p m in chapel ovenintrSeats free and all are cordially in vited RevGeorgepreachingTheed at 11 a in- Christian Endeavor Society will LoaderDrTopic How to Enter Christs Family meetRfPrayermeeting on Wednesday tat 745 WorldThe wel especiallyCATHOLIC CHURCH T h conductedbythe pastor Rigmass tnIUcCluskyHlaat 11 a m and 780 p m Sundivyscliool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris than Endeavor meets in the Sunday Hfjhool room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday oven u at 780 The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J H Savage the pastor will preach at 11 a In and 745 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 a ni Epworth League meets at 7 oclock in the Ladies Parlor Prayermeeting on Wednesday at The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PHESBYTERI AN- CHURCHRavr Wm Crowe jr the aucfinurChris pmPrayermeetingIn at 780 p m pultUc1sraDaily trains leave Lonievill 100 p m 815 n m Cincin nati 480 p m 880 a in for Buffalo over L N Pennsyl vaniaErie LinesThe Akron Route Round trip tickets may Clumtauquatiif Canadian resorts Ask C H LouievillLf P Agt Cincinnati Ohio for in formation about fares etch PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSING Frankfortjweek Tuesday morning the Kin dergarten and First Grade rooms picnIoIuosdnyear atInesday thd grades will have their closing exorcises in the rooms commencing at 980 n m lasting one hour The display work of the High OXhibi1UonThe special drawings from High TrainingdisplayManual Training Department The friends and patrons of the carefullyinspectexorcises of the school The commencement exercises will be at the Opera House Wednesday night at 8 oclock The Alumni Association will hold the reception Friday night June 14th at the school building Tho closing exercises of the col onThursdaythere will be thirteen graduates ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will be found the list o endingAllender F S MdeBurnley Miss Martha Campbell Miss Zular PhCasket Chas Dennis Mrs Lucinda Gravit Mrs Mallie Hargis Dolla Hoertor W F Howd Miss Emma Knapp A H Lane Miss Fannie Langley Gno L 2 Ogg 01 GeorgeRQnde Rogers Joe MargaretSeamon Todd Mrs F M Wheeler Viola Williams Joe L GoldenWhen letters please say advertised S B HOLMES Postmaster For the anneal meeting of the grand Lodge B P 0 Eat Milwaukee Wis July 28d to 25th the Frankfort Cincinnati R R will sell tickets to Milwaukee at 1one fare for the round trip plus July28thGeneral Passenger Agent Chatauqua The fifth annual session of the beeton Ky June 26 to July 5 A splendid program has been ar ranged that will surpass any yet given Some of the most notable lecturers and entertainers in Adsented and many new and special programGupon application to Chas Scott Business Manriger Lexington Ky f M A Colored PhlloBOpher Aint no use a worryin about nuth In said till colored philosopher dan gling his feet over the edge of the barrel on which he sat Aint no use t get line nor t feel down In the mout cause it aint goln t do any good tall says t myself says I hose whats the use ofyou scrntcbln Wifes been dead bout four yeahs Las of ma chllden shullled off las week I dont cure If vats cawn pones er lasses broad Live just as long nohow Aln gain t trouble ma mln bout nothln WIte man he have wlfan chllden nn a good cont an a Bar good tworkIoff the barrel and moseyed easily down Hickory alley Columbus Dispatch nia Ciicertalntr Farmer Honk Say Lem- IFarnur Stnckrlder Har Farmer Honk Is that ere solemn spectacled young nephew of yourn thats twIn balled doctor and goes around tonkin as wise as a treeful of owls a dentist a boss physician a corn curor a layer on of hands a presidio elder or just a common doctor that saws bones and kills tolksPuck All tSmlirnelnff I see that somebody says Edmund Kean the most famous of English actors lived to adapt the kind of meat he ate to time part be had to play choos ing pork for tyrants beef for murderers and mutton for lovers supposefone evening be ate hash Cleveland Plain Dealer A New England man was given to addressing his cattle In rather em phntle terms One day when the cows were more thou usually frolicsome he was heard to exclaim Yes scatter will ye Rhtstref If there warn t but one of ye yetl scatter It Is pftlful to set a well behave old man bustling around to help his wayward son out of difficulty Atchlson Globe One Still Nicer Mrs NewmaOb I wish you could see Mrs Winklers baby Its perfect ly lovely Such a delicate sweet little creature as It Is Its a perfect little cherub with the loveliest eyes the sweetest little mouth the cuiinlngest little nose and eyes of heavenly blue It looks as If It had just dropped from heaven and every tiny feature had been fashioned by the angels Mr Newma Is It as nice as our baby Mrs Newma Mercy No not half as nice Pearsons Weekly Going SouthIf so you secure many advantages by go ing via Cincinnati the Queen It Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains pen etrate every part of the Central South hour schedule Cincinnati to Jacksonville and New Orleans 9 hours to Chattanooga a8 hours to Shreveport hours to Port Tampa Observation parlor and cafe carsfree re clining chairs Through Pullmans to all Important Southern cities the tdrtnUm our va seat tut the wUaf w ItNAR5ON a R = r TE3E E3EST GROCERIES AND LIUUnRSJ J LOWEST PRiCES I JOHN nRISL LLS jECZEMA 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 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 impuritiespand poisons in the blood B B Botanlca Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking forThoroughly tested for 30 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydrulCompletedirections ferers may tfst it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD AtluntaGapersonal givenFor481y 2 FOR BARGAINS IN Groceries Flour Meal Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TO W J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail LBXINGTON BREWING COt BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbtob in Ouality and Flavor Are ANY BEER MADE EQUALTO THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Sept 2ly Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dfaeyts what yoireat l it ij YEARS EXPERIENCE w JIGRTJNWALIY Professional Piano and LjdaysGEORGE H STEHLINnDoc 2My DO YOU VANTTo sell your real estate timber or coal stock foranyAddrt8HDec 16ly nr r l Try Capital Steam Laundry 4 a home enterprise Work guaranteedtIFOR RENT raoimformerlystreet South Side Possession given at once 28tf NSF RICHARDSON ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUPt TIONS Remioks Eczema Cure and Remicks Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure the most obstinate nose At John W R Williams 88ly Dress Bo Couches Bed Lounges Sofa Couches and Chairs we r are overstocked onJoffer special v inducements in the way of prices for the next 10 days A word ri to the wise is sufficient j R Rogers Sons Dec 1ly jjS I jvidLfiS j f- lWLJ INCH ESTERNEW RIVAL II FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS r No black powder shells on the market compare with the NEW I formity and strong shooting qualities Sure tire and waterproof Get the r t WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS genUlnej OFFICIAL FIGURES WOglvA below the official figures tr sis furnished by the Censns Bureau showing the population of the United States including that of Alaska Hawaii Indian Territory and Indian Reservations takon as 1r I of Juno 1900 is 70803887 dist1b utod by States and Territories as- follow rIr Alabama 1828607 Ind1 r 7 Arkansas 1811504 ians Oallforltla A 14850 3ll649 11r Colorado 589700 597 OohnectiQiit 908420 Delawato 184785 Floridgti 528 1 Georgia 2216831- Idaho 101772 2297 Illinois 4821550 Indiana 2516462 Iowa r 2231853 1P I y dientuokyx 2 70495I Louisiana 1r Maine j 694466IMaryland f ttassachusetts 2805846 Michigan 2420982 Minnesota 1751891 1768 Mississippi 15512- 70M1ssourl8106665Montana 248829 10746 Nebraska 1060300 c Nevada 42835 1665 New Hampshire 411588 New Jersoy1883069New York 7268894 4711 North Carolina 1893810 4692IOregon 418586 Pennsylvania 6802115 Rhode Island 428666I South Carolina 1840816 South Dakota 401670 10932 2020616rUtab276749 1472 Vermont 848641 1854184 Washington 518103 2581 S West Virginia 958800 2069042 1657 Wyoming 92681 1j Total 45 States 74007225 44617 TERRITORIES Alaska 03692 F Arizona 122931 24644 District Columbia 278718 Hawaii 164001 Indian Territory 892060 51893 NOW Mexico 195810 2937 Oklahoma 898881 6927 Total territories 1604943 84901 Persons in the mil itary and naval service of the U S including clil j yYSan employees otc stationed r abroad 91219 grand total 6303887 129518 COMMENCEMENT COLORED NORMAL fThe commencement exSroisos of the Coloredv State Normal School took place on Wednesday last and were of a very entertaining char jacter There were 20 graduates from the Normal and Industrial 4Departments and they gave evi denoe of thorough am conscientious wqrk reflecting great credit upon president Hathaway and his corps of competent teachers p I LiNEW MANAGEMENT tL Messrs Birdwhistell Buckley have bold tho Andorson News to Mr Owen Hawkins who assumed charge of the paper this week The iNews has always boon a wollnian f aged and welledited weekly Were it JPI Bret to lose our friends Bird vrllstell IVi and Buckley from tho fraternity We welcome our now friend to TI c ferity the field and wish him till pros LADIES FLOWER MISSION 1 A delegation of the Ladies Flower Mission from Louisville will oomo 1 to this city this morning to distrib uto flowers to the prisoners in the i State Penitentiary They will be cityjteWrriestly requested to have themI at the ribon by 10 oclock a m today For the Kentucky Ohautauqua at Lexington Ky June 20th to r i July 5th the Frankfort Cincinnati l R R will sell tickets to Lex iri ton at one and niififhirfl fare JuJyiinssenger rj t 1L Vale of the Footbath To break up a cold tviilch certainly disfigures the face of beauty as vail as a valuable adjunct In the removal of facial eruptions time nightly foot- bath Is Invaluable The largest sweat glands of the body are located In time palms armpits and soles of the feet It Is of primary Importance that tho tuultltudnous outlets should be unclogged Where facial eruption exists and the Whole attention Is devoted toward the care of the face every pore Is active and open to afford the escape of clogging impurities This Is all wrong The feet should be made the gateway for the escape of effete deposits The temperature of the footbath should range from 105 to 110 degrees or as hot as can be en dured with comfort Should there ex 1st chronic profusQ and offensive perspiration add a lump of washing soda to neutralize the acid exudation The feet should be rubbed briskly to draw the blood down to the extremities Cool the water before withdrawing the feet so that they may not become un duly tender Rub long and thoroughly with a soft towel Good pedal circulation Is a foe to corns and chilblains Frequent warm footbaths prevent callouses and make walking a pleasure For beauty and complexion take extraordinary care of the feet Ledger Monthly Wit and WtBcCom ot Chlldrea One very cold day Tom In his first trousers was walking out with his tiny overcoat turned back to its utmost limit Tom said his father button your coat The boy demurred Look at mine added his father Yes said Tom ruefully but every body mows that you wear trousers MammaWhy Susie youve offered your butterscotch to everybody but lit tie brother Why didnt you hand It to him Susie with innocent candor Because mamma little brother always takes It A Sunday school superintendent who happened to be a dry goods merchant and who was teaching a class of very little tots asked when be had finished explaining the lesson Now has any one a question to ask A very small girl raised her hand What is It Mar tha asked the superintendent Why Mr Brooks how much are those little red parasols In your window said was d very conscientious child One day she was allowed to go and spend the day with some little cousins about her own age After taking oft her wraps she went to her aunt and said very soberly Now Aunt Cassie if Sallle and Lizzie are bad today please dont hesitate to punish them because IIam here Current Literature OrdelIA Large The man from the country took Ills green necktlef und his best girl Into tie restaurant and like some other men he was disposed to be facetious at the waiters expense Waiter he snldIII want you to bring me a boiled elephant Yesslr1 replied the waiter perfect ly unmoved And waiter bring it on toast Yesslr s Then he stood there like a statue for a minute Well said the man are you not going to bring ItYesslr Why dont you then Order Is sir that we get pay In advance for elephants sir Elephant on toast sir Is 1500 Os 2d If you take it without toast sir It is only 1500 sirThe waiter did not smile but the girl did and the mdn climbed down Lon don TitBits A Saving Quality Gilbert White the naturalist was once a university proctor and of his performance of the ofilce this anecdote is told On his rounds one evening White discovered an undergraduate ly ing on the ground sleeping the sleep of Intoxication with his outer garments removed and neatly folded up at his side The proctor awoke him and sent him to his college with an order to appear the next day for judgment The culprit turned up in a highly con trite frame of mind White said to him You deserve an exemplary pun Ishmont but I observed one circumstance which shows you are not wholly degraded Your clothes were folded up by your side Indicating habits of care and neatness which appear In compatible with habitual degradation I shall therefore say no more PLANTS FOR SALE I have 20000 Celery Plants trans planted and 50000 winter Cab bago Plants for sale Apply to AUGUST LECLEBE 894t Thorn Hill t r PEAKS MILL Mr Harry Sullivan and wife were up on Sunday last visiting relativesBob has developed a and den hankering for cream pie and a distaste for salmon salad Mr West Poindexter and wife of Switzer and Mr Albert Hook ensmith and wife of the Forks were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Haynes on Sunday lost Mr and Mrs Henry Church left the Mill on Saturday last ostensi bly to visit Mr Cambpell Oiian but on reaching Frankfort they struck the circus and were so oar ried away that they lauded back home before they realized where they were at Dude Hampton is an expert at B setting Mrs Matt Sullivan who has been sick with remittent fever is now better We have without doubt Louis Sullivan and Jake Hayden are the most expert horse breakers and trainers in the country If they fail to break your horse there is no uee trying further Annie is happy Her Beck has come back More Rubber Our worthy Star Eye must oropIblasted heads galore and altogether a very indifferent crop Basket meeting with all day preaching was held at Old Pleas ant Hill Church on Sunday last A sort of an old time revival of old time religion and old time people The old church has worn a surprised kind of a look ever since aocompaniedby Cleveland and her granddaughter Miss Frankie Paradise leave for the west the last of this week or the first of next week Mrs Elizabeth Florian is on the sick list Mr Tom Hampton had a slight stroke of Long Fever last week Mr Will Green and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Penn Hayden on Sunday last Mrs Annie Anibus and child are the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs James IBlo Henry Quinn will preach at Mill Church on Satur June 8th and Sunday OthIprevious to the Sunday morning service Let everybody turn out and give this young man a wel Come that will make him happy for the wisdom that uided him to the way of righteousness Lis ten attentively and perchance he may be able to place you in a position to follow him Nothing encourages like encouragement THE QUACK PHILOSOPHER HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Cholera RemedyIColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my lifeaaya A E Lafalette of countyMissouri shape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of my neigh bars brSught in a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhooa 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 SALESMEN WANTED By a large business house A man with business ability for steady position at 18 per week and roquiredCallA severe sprain will 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 byJmoor J If No otherMrL package cof fee goes so far or gives J such entire t i r satisfaction as- ARBUCKLES o ROASTED COFFEE Dettsfoofrse IaM I ARIUCXLE IIROS NotiH Dept Itew Ytk Cky N Y s Lfhler CadethTkYtO1 WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND All WHISKEYS IS MATURE TSOCORKTilE DOTrL8 Y GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM REPRESE1TEIS IT WRITE 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 Ohrpnic Diseases Physicians in thisJ und adjoining counties having cases requiring operations or such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving oan send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tf 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 fullin formation OASTO 3 3 2 j3u Bears th eThe AlwarsBought Iof U S COURT MEETS The regular June term of the U S Court will convene in this city on Tuesday next June 11th This will be Judge Walter Evans last term here In July Judge A M e J Cochran becomes Judge of the Eastern District of Kentucky a A GENTLE HINT itsls 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 k sickness a large doctors bill rJ and perhaps death by tho use of three or four doses For curing Consumption Hemorrhages Pneu monia Severe Coughs Croup or any disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply won derfulas your druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle from F John W R Williams Co Frankfort Ky Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac 81ly CONFEDERATE DECORATION DAY Monday last was Obserevd as Confederate Decoration Day and was an ideal one for the work There was quite a large crowd present and the graves of all the heroes of the Lost Cause were liberally decorated with beautiful flowersFAST TRAINS dJi E f Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leave Chicago daily for Mil- Waukee Madison Greon Bay Fond du Lao OshkoshEsoanabia Ishpeming Marquette Ashland St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth andll points in Wisconsin and the Oopper Country Quickest time Service unequaled The r best of everything For tickets rates and full information apply to nearest ticket agent or- address A F Cleveland 485 Vine stied Cincinnati Ohio A BRAVE LITTLE GIRL Little Miss May Hollis oldest daugher of MrFred H Hollis has returned from a five mouths visit to relatives in Massachusetts Miss May is only about 10 years of eand came all the way home alone She is a brave little girl and showed herself an accom plished traveler Fatal mistakes are made by those who do not heed the earlier if symptoms of kidney or bladder often end in Brights disease or diabetes When Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well how foolish it is to delay South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie GRANTED DIVORCE Mr Chas F Darnell formerly of this county was granted a divorce from his wife Mrs Florence Buckley Darnell by the Woodford Circuit Court on Friday May 81 He was also given the custody of his little daughter Julin B s Wttfcug Willo Fvrfthvre and Wicker CHit J theyIitlrtis t Geld Dut XTutiag Powder t all t wnW UNtuwbb4 knuhtvbem IMMt u ItutMIW IM rsi follow drylfiiWttuabM batshut M wi sd dry Wieldy SC =N x ititwtswrw 11W at 44 SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT Dr J S Coleman sold his hand some house and lot on Shelby street between Campbell and Todd now occupied by Mr WG Simpson to Mr John P Hanley for 8000 ARRESTED Mr G T Bruriiley was arrested and lodged in jailon Monday charged with obtaining money under false prete eesIHOW IT IS DONEIThe first object American people is to get rich j the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving she second good health by using Greens August Flower Should you be a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Liver Complaint DyspepsiaI Indigestion etc headache Palpiatation of the Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the Head Nervous Prostration Lbw 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 81ly COLLECTIONS OF REVENUE Dpeufcy Collector Jacob Swigert I Elected internal revenue taxi for the month of Ma as follows 8052 barrels 112995610 tax gallons 12418516umount of tax y L x nourishIIstomach can not digest food and it must have assistance Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests alljkinds of food without aid ffom the stomach allowing it to test atid regain its natural functions IsUJtmJBLILH are exactly the HUIIlUUa the natural digestive fluids and it simply cant help but do you good South Longmoor and W McKee Hard Ho l BITTEN jv0frv edLusday Mr 1TIfh Lee gardener at the Institute for FeebleMinded Children had some trouble with one of the boy inmates when he boy seized him by the ear and bit a slice out of it before he could be taken away hadIbisIYou may as well expect to run engine without wafer as to find an active energetic man muyIlenowthatbe 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 Tablets will restore his liver to its normal functions renew his vital ity improve his digestion and make him feel like a new man Price 25n Samples free at J W Gaylos and South Long moors drug store IBIG CROWD IThere was a tremendous crowd in the city Saturday to witness the performance of Sells Grays i liouscworkisMwoAwiilioiitGoldDiisr circus This is the first circus to exhibit here for two years The performances were very creditable indeed and were greatly enjoyed by the vast crowds of people who attended 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 btten fatal complaints Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well TakA nothing else South Lon moor and W McKee Hardie SUCCESSFUL The strawberry festival and bazaar given by the ladies of the First Presbyterian Churchi n Friday night last was a fine suc cess considering the cool weather They cleared about 180 CHEAP INSURANCE Many a man has been insured against Brights disease diabetes or other dangerous ailment by a fifty cent bottle of Foleys Kid ney Cure South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie REMOVAL Dr J S Coleman has rented the comfortable house on Main street recently vacated by Mr JI E Miles and has moved his office to the same The doctors new quarters are beautifully fixed up and he has ample room to have his office etc and to accommodate a nice little bride which he ought certainly to have as he is just the kind of man to make a good husband Men may differ on politics re ligion or finauop but all who have tried Banner Salve are agreed as to its worth for cuts burns sores piles and skin diseases Its the most healing medicine in the world South Longmoor and- Y McKee Hardie- CONFEDERATE PICNIC DANCE The ladies of Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Con federacy will give a picnic dance at Cove Spring Park on Thursday June 27th from 4 to 12 oclock p m Admission and re freshments only 25 cents IEveryone invited cordially tr all who do come are assured a pleasant time 8t TO DELIVER RACOALAUR r BATE SERMON Rev Dr Win L McEwan of Pitttsburg Penn has been so lected to deliver the Baccalaureate Sermon at Center College Dan ville Ky tomorrow Dr Mc Ewan is a Frankfort boy und one of whom our city is justly proud Ho made his own way working as a printers boy so as to pay for his collegiate and theological training The promise of his youth has been more than realized and he stands today in the front rank iu the Presbyterian Church in this qountry A fatal policy is to neglect a kidneyItreease diabetes and gravel South Longmoor and W McKee Har diG ELECTED DEPARTMENT COM MANDER 5 At the recent meeting fthe Kentucky Department of the Grand Army in Covington our jolly oldtiine friend Capt John Blaes of Louisville was elected Department Commander There never was u bigger hearted truer man than John Blaes hind we congratulate him upon his selection by the brave old Boys in Blue Kodol Dyspepsia Curer Digests what you eat zaLEXINGTON CFIAUTAEJOLJA LOW RATES VIA JJ Queen Crescent Route FROM ALL POINTS JUNCTION OITY AND WILLIAMSTOWNI 1 Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars F W O RINEARSON G P Ai HE r AMERICAN INVESTMENT MPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 00 RESSVE SURPLUS hsr 125000 00 MKHWT PAID COUPON HOIIJERSL HlI 2OOQ 00 Address all correspondence to H ME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS tj Juno 16m9 e + ++ +++ c + + + + + +++ + + HOME STEAM LAUNDRY 104 BROADWAY i iTheHome Steam Laundry Office corner Main = i o St Clair streets is convenient to leave and receive bundles Extra effortsare being made to merit your patronage The 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