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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT f r h a G10 A LEWIS Publiiher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Adraino I 1VOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 15 1901 NO 40l IDASTARDLY OUTRAGE On Tuesday night about 10 oclock a young lady was going home from the commencement exercises of the Literary Class of the High School accompanied by her brother a lad of some 12 years ofago When they had almost reached their home they passed across an alley way when J ta man supposed to he a negro sprang out and grasped the young lady attempting to drag her down the alley r The lad struggled with the scoundrel hammering him with his fists and the two screamed loudly The fiend finding that it he was likely to be caught re leased the young lady and ran away followed by the lad who stoned him in a lively way By this time the father of the girl and several ladies had come tb the scene and she was taken f home unhurt but badly frightened t The gentleman and an officer t spoured the neighborhood but were unable to locate the lech Ii erous scoundrel Every effort should be made to detect and bring the dastard to i justice Backache should never be neteoted It means kidney disorder which if allowed to ruu too long may result in Brights disease diabetes and other serious and often fatal complaints Foleys t Kidney Cure makes the kidneys wen Take nothing else South i Longmoor and W MoKee t Bardie rr DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDER t ACY ENTERTAINMENTI The Daughters of the Confederacy will give a grand entertainment at Cove Spring Park on Thursday evening June 27 1901 f There will be music dancing and refreshments The admission i will be only 25 cents Let every body go and have a good time 402pIi1 hGOING OUT OF BUSINESS On account of going out of business offer my entire stock at rYt and below cost f MRS SALLIE R THOMAS 402t i IN SWEET CHARITY Ji The Kings Daughters will gi- ve4a splendid musical and recitation the ParIsh House of AscensIOn Church on Thursday June 20th t entitled leThe Darkey in Song and StoryMiss Nannie Barbee of Dan t villa will be assisted in the mus ical portion of the entertainment tby Mr T H Slaughter of Louis 7viUe and Mr J M Van Dor veer of this city The songs and recitations will be the old time plantation songs r and negro dialect in recitation Wherever Miss Barbee has given Ir these entertainments she has been J uniformily successful and the termsIDaughters Hospital and should 4abe liberally patronized by every body NEW AND USEFUL HQve jolt usjjkoloneu If not you should do so at once It is a pure vegetable oil soap manufactured and patented by Jas S Kirk Co Chicago Ills It is put up in glass and iQ per fectly splendid for washing paint glass dress goods dimities cal icoes blankets and in fact any thing It is as well the cheapest preparation on the market Direc tions which are very simple ac company each package House keepers can not afford to do without it 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- EXA11iINlTIONS We are requested by County Superintendent of Schools Miss Lucy Pattid to give notice that there will be acompetitive exam ination for scholarships in the- State Agricultural and Mechanical College held at the office of the County Superintendent of Schools on Friday and Saturday June 21st and 22d At the same time examinations will be held for positions as teach ers in the common schools ofthis oountyIThose interested will please take notice and govern themselves accordingly Men may differ on politics re ligion or finance but all who have tried Banner Salve are agreedas to its worth for cuts burns sores piles and skin diseases Its the most healing medicine In the world South Longmoor and W McKee lardio 1iI SU IDEji The acquaintances and friends of Capt R S Burnett in this city who was formerly in charge of the government work on the Kentucky river were very muchi shocked and surprised news came that he had committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in Philadelphia Penn A fatal polioy is to neglect a kidneytroublea sure remedy for Brights dis ease diabetes and gravel South Longmoor and W McKee Har die TO VISIT OUR CITY Itis now certain that in ac cordance with arrangement made and invitation of Business Mens Club delegations from the bus iness clubs of Indianapolis Madison Cincinnati and Louisville will visit this city on Friday next June 21 to discuss the best plan for hurrying along the work on the remaining looks and dams on the Kentucky river There is no doubt but that this meeting will accomplish much in the way of hastening this much tobo desired end The committees on reception and entertainment are hard ot work and hope to have the hearty cooperation of tho people of tho city Frankfort always dqos the handsome thing when she trios and sho has never failed to try when any thing that was right has boon brought boforo her 1 Mud Slinging IIflnt bnMnefis We are content to depend fur our custom on the drawing powers of our groat com bination of low prices and high quality We want every uastomer to leave this store satisfied that they have got a bargain and we have marked our goods with this end in view This week wt are offering in Muslin Underwear Trimmed with Lace and Insertion Urge collar good length and well made at 50c- GO1AINS neatly trimmed with nice embroidery and good materiel 100 to 125- SKIRTS with deep ruffle med with lace or embroidery trimI SKIRTS trimmed with em broidery or lace made of good ma terial 75o to 225- DRAWERS with plain stitched ruffle at 26o hemI DRAWERS neatly trimmed with lacoor embroidery 40 and Corset Covers nicely 600Itrimmed with embroidered edge Iwellbroidered edge 250 C Kagin Bro 41 St Clair at Bridge oJ Bear 61gnatnre of a ray rlfoJ L DJughtI Knights of Phythlas The following officers were electedat the last meeting of Dexter Lodge No 54 Kuf P to serve for the next term viz L A Trumbo 0 0 James H Polsgrove V 0 Samuel C Carter Prelate Owen N Smith Mot A Thos A Joyce Mof W Lee A Owen K of R S Lee A Owen and Wm Croin well were elected as Representatives to the Grand Lodge ATTENDANT WANTED womapisStewart Home Farmdale 402t A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well for Chamberlans Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any othOlHI havo sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for tho past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Yrhave always usod it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and for tho cough following In grippe and find it vary WWtaylo t ThctHouse With a Reputation For Houest Dealing J- WeAreReady w iIn our new room with our new spring goods If you want whats uptodate come to Mc fjfa lClares J I Merchant Tailoring IOur cutter Mr W H Moran has already established reputation by the style and fit of J his garments as the best ever in Frankfort t ft We have a large assortment of the newest W 4jLeavew will have a suit you will be proud to wear 25kand up Readytowear 1 I n Clothing We can show you in this department a lineIN of suits that can not fail to please you All Iwool suits from 750 to 20 and a perfect fit W no matter what price W I IDAL KID SHOES t We have more styles of these popular shoes V than were ever before exhibited in Frankfort 7Jti Mens Shoes and Oxfords 400 500 600 W- iI Ladies Shoes 300 and 350 Oxfords 250 300 and 350 II R K McClure Son I212214 ST CLAIR STREET rt Ij Fi SAFFELLSI Are Sole Agents for tx te Frank Fehrs Cele brated Beer for fam ily and table use Delivered In anyi 4part of the city fJuh r PERSONAL hns4returnedMlsgJMayi Popper Paris reburnefrom IsltingfriendsMr Homer Gibbanyof Versailles was in the city Monday Mr Attilla Norman of Mt Ster ling was her this week recMr D J Kennedy Lexington was in the pity this week Miss Mary Hondriok Swigort has returned from Lexington Mrs Maria L Campbell has re turned from Georgetown V Miss Eliza Marshall has gone to Washington City to reside Mrs Pat Neewman has gone to Rochester N Y on a visit Constable Willard Collins of Versailles was here on Monday Mr Garrard Rodman of Chicago Ills is the guest of his mother Mr J Dudley Colemanof Louis ville was a week Mr Shea Showalter has enlisted in the regular army and left for his postMr Edwin Kagin returned Saturday from Center College Dan ville Miss Sallie T Anderson of Louis vine is the guest of Mrs C W Saffoll Mr Oscar Vest of Owenton was a visitor in this city his old home this week 1Mr Burrill RY Bacon returned from a trip to New CitytMr Martin L Lawrence was called to Monterey by the death of his mother Dr E E Hume left Monday for New York to visit his wife and daughter Woodson K Woods of St Louis Mo visited relatives here this week Mr A Logan McKee and wife Sundayin babylvisit relatives t mfrs James A Scott and daughter Miss Emmie have returned from Louisville Mrs Thos P Averill and chil dren have gone to Pisgah to be gone a month Mr W R Hazelrigg visited OwingslMiss Rebecca Averill attended the Federation of Womens Clubs at Bowling Green Mrs Jennie Campbell of Louis ville was the guest of Mrs H H Williamson this week Yrs R M Bergman of Irvine is tho guest of her parents Capt I toT West and wife Mrs Frank H Johnson who has been visiting in Philadelphia came homo on Wednesday CoL E H Taylor jr returned Tuesday from a protracted business trip to western cities I Katheryn Jouett is visiting Tier brother Mr Ed Jouett near theForks of Elkhorn Miss Viola Henry of Texas is the guest of Miss Belle Giltnor Second street South Side Boy J B Savage returned from the Sundayschool Convention at Salt Lick on Friday night Mrs Sarah McKee of Covington was the guest of her sister Mrs M L Campbell this week Mrs Z J and chil dren have gone to Lewfsburg Va to spend the summer Miss Henrietta Barbaroux of LouisvIlle is the guest of Misses Todd Lake Park West Side Mr John Will Johnson who has boon distilling for a firm at Cam den S C has returned home Hon D L Thornton and Mr W O Pavis of Versaslles attended the Court of Appeals yesterday Mrs Geo C Graddy and son Nevin of Versailles were guests trf Mrs W S Farmer this week Mrs Jas L Watson of Loxing tea was the guest of her sister Mrs S B Holmes on Saturday- Mr Chas R Cox of Phoenix arentsJMrJoaMrs R M Buokmastor of Lex ington was the guest of her son Dr R P Buokmaster yesterdayI Mrs David Vanarsdall of Har rodsburgis the guest of her daugh ter Mrs D Avorilljin this city Master Ray Moore of Louisville Is the guest of Masters Maryon and Alexander Lewis 826 Third street Mrs G R Rodman who has GreenbcityRov B J Carver of Louisville was the guest of Rev M B Adams and wife South Side this wook Rev Dr J MoOlusky Blaynoy + ttendod oommoncomont exorcises tr flVTYf H iP7 y Tf w y vy Ty rr y iy IF WIYyy vIIIr y ry r JUNE w CLEARANCE SALEI Special low prices will prevail inevery department Extra low figures will be made on Wool and Silk DresseGoods Big line of Lace and Muslin Curtains 13 ofKMregular prices CIE1 AcEflNI CFl I i trr IMeitzel ODo nell 4 A L 4aQ L ArALr Jo Q E tf L 1 L 33D DISTRIBUTION The lexington Real Estate and Say ings Go MAY 26 1901 OUR GROWTH j Amounts Paid Certificate Holders to September 18JtT 631 80 October 1899 86691 22 October 1898 1669 44 November 1899 40869 55 November 1898 5024 11 December 1899 45851 46 December 1898 7811 68 January 1900 60846 64 January 1899 8955 86 February 1900 55722 76 February 1899 11768 74 March 1900 60982 34 March 199 14783 19 April 1900 68142 94 April 1899 17510 79 May 1900 77109 23 May 1899 20642 88 Juno 1900 84207 56 Juno 1899 24232 79 Jo131900 90946 71 Joly 26614 89 August 1900 97254 70 August 1899 BO831 16 September1900 108106 55 September 1899 83643 96 October 1900 10911602 November 1900115661 85 December 1900 120886 34 Jnnnnry 1901 126417 70 February 1901 181726 58 March 1901 136622 95 April 1901 140797 06 May 1901 14B803 26 S OFFICERS Jno J Riley President Goo Denny VicePresident C H Callahan Secretary J A Edge Tress W P Parrish Cashier at Center College Danville this week Miss Mae Stone of near Stamp Ing Ground is visiting Misses Pat tie and Ophelia Thomason South SideMr David B Todd of Todds Point was the guest of his sister Miss Ellen Todd West Side this weekMr Wm W Darnell wife and son Will left Wednesday for Mis souri and Arizona to be gone sev eral months Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington was the guest of his cousin Mr Howard Black at Silver Lake this week Miss Lizzie Hudson who has been teaching Kindergarten School at St Albans W Va came home yesterdayMr P Bryan Jr and wife of Ferguson Mo who have been guests of here have re home Mrs Wm Todd nee Maggie May Thomason of was the guest of her uncle Dr Geo W Chinn this week Col Ed P Bryan sr and wife of Yonkers Nx who have been wifehaveMrs S D Johnson Miss Harrison and Miss Dolllo Simrafl have gone to Virginia Beach to spend the heated term Musses Alice Bailey of Eminence and Alice May Bailey and Master John Bailey of Richmond visited friends here this week Hon W L Cannon of Woodford county was the guest of his broth erinlaw Mr Geo F Berry a Juniper Hill on Tuesday Mrs Russell Sneed and children of St Louis Mo aro spending the summer with her mother Mrs Virginia Duvall Stoolo street Mrs Florrlo Rodman who was called to Louisville by tha serious illngg of her sister Mrs Wm t Cheatham has returned home Mr A M Duvall of Peaks Mill attended the commencement exercises of the High School from which his son Howard graduated LexingtontheEastern District of Kentucky attended U S Court this week Mr Dudley Lindsey of Owens SundayInents Mr John Lindsey and wifeMr Torbert Coryell and wife who have been the guests of Mr L Labrot and wife have returned to their home at Lambertsvillo N J Judge J JR Morton Col R A ShelbyIupon the courts in this city this week Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshall and Charles left for Mason county Thursday on a visit to her parents Mr A K Marshall and wife Rev W L MoEwan D Dand PittsburgPenn yesterdayandfamtlyJaveand are occupying tho residence of yAvenueMr J Buford HendrIck and fam ily have gone to the country to spend the summer having rented the former home of Gon Jack Hendrick Qranttattend the 80th anniversary of tho marriage of Mrs EdPBryan sr Covingtonfirmation to a largo lash At tho Church of the Good Shophord on Sunday morning j r =CASU= We give rebate checks on alltcash purchases thereby allow ing you 4 per cent and makingiyou a partner in our business Why not buy from us Our prices are the lowest and goods of the best quality and we carry everything to be found in a first class Hardware Store J STACe BACON MASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT KY rfy Frankfort Cincinnati Railway A 0UTHELOCAL TIME TABLE In Hffect October 5th 199 IIiii100 aoo PxNo8 Paso jr quo 448 456 60 or AMI 110l 726 880 Dally Except a1l Ar8tedmnntown ElkhornIISwltzer StamplngGrcnnd Duvall JohmonIIGeorgetown C Depot B NewtownIICententlle ArParlat7 connects with Lct II with II connects with Ky Central 790 UCi 8nn LvFrankfort At r0eorgetowtiLvLvGeorgetowaAr C1nctnnatlIoHLTr Mr Howell Sot to Ills to livewere ho has accepted with the BryanMarsh Electrical Co We our young friend all success in Ills hew home Mrs Edwina Marshall has re turned from protracted visit to her daughter Mrs Lizzie Shannon at Dallas Texas We are glad to see that Mrs Marshall has entirely recovered from her severe illness Mr A Knox left for Bos ton Monday to attend the Y M 0 A Jubilee Convention and will also be present at banquet of veterans SpanishAmer ican War Gen Joseph Whoolor- and Capt B P Hobson aro listed to Address tho gathering Rov J R SAVAgo wife And little daughter Luolle were At Sharps i I ivlNo 1170 t 1048 1037 1028 I IPx1No 6t9 699 god 666 880 d otINo8i16 8tO 751 160 = N B connects o 0 1IU a a A 6 o lii 021 H a66r Iff 710 611 wr f fl i TriarriajofVirgilCaldwell iifr the ceremony The weudijig Nednsdayevenlrigpn hanLilnearTile best cl ck rol iid bretdwL11 bo fond t Lu tht J P VIpIQtt t + Prompt attrutioiig1tiPltoall r4 tItoti t fd A Iwt bftI iIt I QlkLM J l MidSeason Clearances Sale 1 P DRESS IGOQDS s 380 for Albatross Worth 500 I Ji c4 670 for Wool Crepedu Chine worth 100 75c for Wool Crepe idu Chine worth 125 125 for Silk and Wool Crepe du Chine r worth J 00 ri ShD QINBOT COSThe White Front Store 311 Main Street J MATRIMONIAL GODDARDBRYAN At the Gatholio Reotory on Monday rafternoon Mr Win N Goddard of Georgetown and Miss Eliz abeth Bryan of this county were married by Rev Father Thos S MajorFRANKLINBERRYMAN At t the home of the bride on Todd f street on Thursday evening Mr Walter R Franklin and Miss Bessie Berryman daughter of Mr RH Berryman were married by Rev Win Crowe Jr i Mr Franklin is a young lawyer and fine vocalist whose tenor Isinging has added to the enjoy ment of many local entertainments j Miss Berrymap is a handsome and attractive girl who has won many hearts by her gentle and kindly nature i SULLIVAN PARKER =At the Church of the Good Shephercjj on Thursday afternqqnr Mr James A Sullivan locafinanager of the Cumberland Telephone Co and i Miss Nora Parker daughter of byfirThe Happy couple left the same afternoon for a short trip after which they will go to housekeep lug in this city Hearty congratulations are ex tendedi AYlIn store common thaa we may thin if we de ae gluttony aating beyond tile beyondtheMsiatiUtioa of food That is a fair tkiaaitiea aad It fasteas tke name glut tea oa taaay a person wfco would rent the term as aa The feet of this fluttoay is marked by its cee Te OTerloaded atomack becomes dis assd Tke term for the coadi tioB is wsak stomach Tke weak ttUauck fail ia fHraiaaiaf adsqaate aw for tile body Boor tJie weak 1ewe syrsads frog tk stcsaack to tksr Dr beret Goldssi Vediesl Dwcovery ms diseases of the alack ether ajfiBi el diftstiea and aatritioa It 4 feediywae iMtMi rra M rrwp tUt I Mt ywlM Me Mfmjr HlUi MfB C U ttu A Ce Mt Tkc ferretIsal sttaak WM ee = rak ed aajwa It raet boat 4krbaad w lee waa kr Aector M watd e a bet Uc i Meteal DtMetfi1 wwW I JHA Mt UJua It a wk I fek relteted and Mwbkkal atfeW a4 StM than nw WUM t M9k tint knew are MIun I Sewe x14141D4Hvrr atw MW MM a cHM t M My eM4 they 1JM7 they Mt eM hw I wr ao weh tarce M I 4 MW wkM I k4 Mt MC a kwabIM 1MrJrAaPtUeU ewe bii3onettas i fr SILKS N Foulard Silks at cost r 580 for Colored Taffeta worth 750 125 for 36 inch Black Taffeta the 5o kind SUITS We have a few of this seasons suits left best makes that we will close at cost DEATHS PAYNEIn Breathitt obunty on Friday Jnst Mr John Daniel Payne aged about 80 years of pneumoniaMr was a popular and energetic young business man Some four years since he was married to Miss Lottie Mason daugh ter of Col H P Mason of this county by whom he had one little boy about three years of age The remains were taken to War renton Va his boyhood home intermentThe sympathy is felt for the young widow and orphan boy SIMCOX At the Fleming Hotel in this city on Wednesday night Joseph Bradley infant son of Mr Jos L Simcox and wife The funeral took place o Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock and the remains were interred in our cemetery Sincere sympathy is felt for this young couple in their sad bereave meatCRYERAt the home of her father Mr S C Cryer on the Louisville pikeon Wednesday morning Marguerite Cryer aged 10 years after a short but pain illnessMargueritte was a pretty and ffeotionate girl loving and ten der She was unusually bright and precocious She was at school on Monday and was taken sick that day and had to be taken homeThe funeral took place from the home on yesterday afternoon at 8 oclock and the remains wer placed in our cemetery NEW CONCERN MrJosRupert of Grayson Car ter county is negotiating with Mr D L Haly the owner for the storeroom formerly occupied by Mr Geo H Stehlin next door to our office on Main street with the purpose of opening up a wholesale grocery store The houao will probably open out for business by the first of July next STOP IT There ii an ordinance forbid ding the removal of blue grass sod from the streets which in being violated right along on the South Side The saw should be enforced Stop it FINE SALE OP THOROUGHBREDS We are glad to note that our friends Mewrg Woods Broa of Woodlake this county have made good sales of six of their yearlong thoroughbreds at Gravesend Pad dock The sum realized for the six animals wus 4500 or an average of 750 per head This sounds like oldtime prices for bangtails and we congratulate our young friends upon their suc cess 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 car penter in his employ that will be of value to other mechanics He saysU 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 similarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured me He bought a bottle of it from the menthat one dose is again at his work For sale by J W Gayle and South Lougmoor ADVANCED TO SECOND GRADE Under the recent readjustment in postal affaira the postoffices at Mt Sterling and Richmond havb been advanced from the third to the second grade Of course this carries with it an increase in sal art for the postmaster FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leaveOhicago daily for Mil waukee Madison Green Bay Fond du Lac OshkosnEsoanabia Isbpeming Marquette Ashland St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth andethe Copper Country 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 ACCEPT PLATT AMENDMENT The Cuban Constitutional Convention by a vote of 10 to 11 ac oepted the Platt amendment to the Constitution and thus put themselves en raporte with the United States So soon now as a stable government is put under way the United States forces will be with drawn and the Gem of the Antilles will be an independent country until such time as she will seek to enter the Greater Republic which we think will not belong Fatal mistakes axe made by those who do not heed the earlier symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble that often end in disease or diabetes When Foley Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well bow foolish it is to delay South Is Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie f ONYX HOSIERY Our entire stock of Onyx Hosiery at abso lute cost to closearCORSETS The Celebrated P D J Band C Ba la Spirite Corsets in the uptodate Straight Front Low Bust and Long Hip styles Call t andsee them f Pleasant take r 1l LaxBttve Syrrip i 1r NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts areI 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 iJ 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 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 50e PER BOTTLE German Benevolent Society The following officers were elected at the meeting of the German Benevolent Society Monday night to serve for the next term viz Fred Sutterlin President Emil Sorg V President- V Berberich Treasurer ChasKeeman Cor Secretary Jas SbwerFinancial Secretary John Schweibold Host Emil Haldi Banner Bearer Trustees August Webber Albert Sorg and Joe LOW RATETVIAobberI Covington Ky State Encampment G A R June 84 One fare for the round trip Ask ticket agents for full particulars Montreat N G Christian Workers Assembly July 21 to August 4th On sale July 22 good returning August 4th Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge B P O EM July 28 to 25th Long limit and low rates Monteaglo Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association July 28 to 26th one fare for the round trip good returning August 16thMontreat N 0 Montreat Bible Conference Aiigugfc 11 to 25th low rates good returning agentsforCycling has its ups and downs After the downs use Banner Salve if youre out or bruised It heals the hurt k Lung moor and W McKee Hardie lean tM llpatueGl i Nauseousness oeroRIAlhs Was JSI fiyrrBKTWEKN Louisville AND Chicago BEST TOhCALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining anti Parser Cart Palace Drawing Resin S1eelea AXxJnw r arejustcoadltioft Tonic blood pturiier UMl ashorsecents per package For sale by J W Gayle aRC LcComptc Be Gayle Co t = Tne Frankfort ijDun aDDutI Enteredat the postofflce at Frankfort Ken tuckrfts secondclass mailable matter QEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 15 1901 DELINQUENTS t We desire to call the attention iofa number of our subscribers to the foot that they are in arrears a upon their subscriptions r We have notified some of them pfxtheir arrearages to which they have not responded jjr After this date we shall stop their papers unless they settle accountstyThere are others to whom we will send notices in a short time i and shall expeotprompt responses or they will be discontinued like 4 wise These are small amounts to the I individual but amount to a con siderable sum in the aggregate OLOSING EXERCISES CITY SCHOOLS The closing exercises of the white public schools and the enter tainiuent given by the Literary Class on Tuesday night and of- zthe graduating class of the High School on Wednesday night were more than usually interest ing and enjoyable On Tuesday night the exercises at the Opera House were largely attended and were such as will be pleasantly remembered by all those present Barring the un avoidable delays inevitable in amateur performances everything went off in splendid style Each pupil seemed imbued with the proper spirit and no jealousies were apparent On Wednesday the grade classes gave their entertainment in the Chapel of the School building and the manual work was on exhibition clearly indicating the value of that branch of instruction A large number of the parents and patrons of the school a Vefe in r On Wednesday night the Opera House was crowded to its capacity with those who came to atttend the graduation of the thirteen young people whose school days ended at that time Those who were present tbor ougbly enjoyed the occasion and mote Chap one fond parent had their hearts gladdened by the well earned plaudits of the audience The followipg is a list of the graduates i Martha Apn Abbott Mary ir Bauer Elvira Crutoher Downing Joseph Howard Duvall Bessie Gaines Franklin Julia e oseibfiNellie MarshallEdmuud Meagher DgrabaThe work of the teachers for the year has again demonstrated theytwith unflagging energy often amid groat discouragement and M r Only 50 Cents to make your baby strong nd well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion will change a sickly baby to- Il plump romping child Only one cent a day think tof It Its MS nice as cream Bend for a free aanlplc and t j SCOTT DOWN CliwniiU oq PcarlStreet New York 1 j Soc and Jux all druggists N we deem it due them that they should know that the patrons of the school appreciate their labore The work of Prof S L Frogge onlyIone year been of a very high order iud demonstrates bis thorough fitness for the work of controlling and disciplining as large establishments as we have here The doctors told me my cough CoughCureNorris Silver North Stratford N H Becaiise youve not found re lief from a stubborn cough dont despair One Minute Cough Cure has cured thousands and it will cure you Safe and sure South Longmoor and W MoKep BAD ACCIDENT Op Wednesday at 1 oclock p m as a crew of men employed by the Frankfort Telephone Co Were unloading some very large poles in front of tho Sacra House Main street a man by the name of James Sams was so unfortunate as to have one of the poles strike his right leg near the thigh and crush him to the ground He was taken into the Sacra House and Dr S E James sent for The doctor had the man taken to his home on Wapping street on a cot where it was found that the leaders of the ankle were torn loose and the leg badly strained The billious tired nervous man can not successfully compete with his healthy rival DeWitts Lit piUsforcause qf your troubles NEW LUMBER YARD One of the best known lumber men in the city will open up a firstclass uptodate lumber yard about the first of July at the old Wakefield stand on Broadway and Wilkinson streets This stand has always been convenient to those who desired to buy lumber and the party who will open it again is well fitted by long ex perience to meet the wants of the trade Mr James Brown of Putsmouth Va over 90 years of age suffered for years with a bad sore on his helphimpermanentlySouth Hardie BADLY HURT On Thursday Charley Marshall son of Mr Ben Marshall was trying the circus act by walking the iron fence around the custom house when he slipped and fell the sharp point of one of the iron pickets going through his left arm above the elbow The little fellow was taken home and surgical attention given at once He is doing finely and will soon be well again Cycling has its ups and downs After the downs use Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quickly South fe Long moor and AV MoKee Hardie RED MENS PICNIC iBlnck Foot Tribe No 07 I 0 R M of this city announce that they will have a grand powwow and war dance at Cove Spring Park on Thursday July 4 They promise that every one who goes shall have a good time The price of admission which includes street car fare will bo only 25 cents There will be music and danc ing Refreshments will be served prioesI and enjoy a from the heat of the city OBTAINED A GOOD PLACE IMr J Howard Duvall one of the graduates from the City High School has obtained a good posi tion in the Stamping Ground Citi zens Bank and will enter upon his new duties on Monday morn ingWe congratulate our young friend upon his good fortune and commend him to the officers of the bank as a sterling young gen tleman with all that the name implies 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 hud bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect CLOSED OUT The Hermitage distillery drew off the last whisky manufactured for the season of 19001901 and closed down on Thursday This distillery makes fine whisky and only made about the regular seasons product Eczema salt rheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are quickly cured by DeWitts Vitoh Hazel Salve The certain pile cure South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie FRANKFORT BOYS SUCCESS We are in receipt of a copy of the Plainview Minn News Gleaner of June 7 giving an ac count of the closing exercises of the High School at that place of which our young friend Rev Tyler E Utterbaok a Frankfort boy is the principal The paper also gives a good picture of our friend with his address to the graduating class We are glad to know that in Professor Utterback Frankfort has another sou of whom we may well be proud and at whose success in his far western home we can rejoice This shows what pluck energy and brains can accomplish when put to the right use and we know our friend has always attempted to do that 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 year And was not expected to live through them I began using Foleys Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate relief South Longmoor and W MoKee Harde DONT FORGET That the Lexington Chautauqua will commence on Tuesday June 25th and continue until Friday July 5th Splendid lecturers will address the people Delightful music will be furnished We hope that there are many who will attend from this city A GENTLE HINT In our style of climate with its sudden changes of temperature rain wind and sunshine often in termingled in a single dayit is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neg looted colds half the deaths resulting directly from this cause A bottle of Boscheees Gorman 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 ConsumptionHemorrhagos Pneu monia Severe Coughs Croupor any disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is imply 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 THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE- Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 a in daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrive Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jacksonville 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning train leaving Louisville 745 AlsoI has through connections JackIsonville 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 via Southern Railway Information 230 Fourth Avenue PassengerAgentW A TURK Gen Pass Agent Washington D O WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky FOR SALE One Show Case with table eight feet long Two Upright Show Cases One Upright Ribbon Case Holds 800 piecees All above cases are of best wal nut S D JOHNSON CO 82tf HALF RATES TO KANSAS CITY Via Queen Crescent Route account Shriners Meeting June 11th14th 1901 Rate one fare for the round trip plus 2 lib oral limits Ask ticket agents for particularsW RINEARSON G P A 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 June 1214th National Electric Medical Association Chattanooga June 18 20thKappa Alpha Convention Rich mond Va Tune 2528th 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 mod icines without obtaining relief until he tried Foleys Kidney Cure aad liow writes I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of aiding others South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie FOR RENT Residence No 140 Broadway next door to the residence of RM Aldridge The housecontains seven rooms and kitchen For terms apply to R M ALDRIDGE 85tf AN OLD STAND IN NEW HANDS Having Just purchased the con feotlonery and bakery of Mrs Mary C Todd on St Clair street near the bridge which I have thoroughly refitted and restocked I am now prepared to furnish the nicest fresh candies of all kinds broad cakes and fruits loo ream and Ice Cream Soda of the most delicate flavors always on hand A share solicited L LUTHER F VIOLETT 874t KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It digests the food and aide Nature In strengthening and reconstructing digestive or It isthalatestdiscovereddigest ant and tonic No other can approach It In etllciency Itin stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCramp3 and allother results Qf Imperfect Prlce5OC and II Largeaisecontatas9tttmo- amallstie Book ab ut Prtpirarf ky E C OtWITT AGO Cbleag 1Queen May to Nov 1901 Excursion rates and special serlee will be announced later The PAZ architecture wonderful displays features dazzling i mlnnter Grounds 1 Free Reclining 4 Cnwnl 116ttlt- iptrtwant aestlrtrt =CH1 r toif1t and IRoute Pn American Exposition BUFFALO1st 1st train toolUonpeeh1I KidwaltI NIAGARAFALLS BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black HillsAVI- A St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TilliSS- LEEPiISlDIIIJlI CARS YET11 flliae TfAVrAHR T8T LOUWM HOWARD ELLIOTT OCNL ST Me iWWAKCLeVe5eh lPAMBAQT TLOUHIM LOW RATE EXCURSIONS TO J COLORADO AND UTAH EVERYDAY Via Burlington Route corn menoing June 18th continuingtthrough the summer be the lowest rate summer excur r RockyMountain basis is only one fare plus 2 for the round trip but on certain dues for jnataqce from July ftat to 9th inclusive lower than half h rates are offered The Burlington Route is the best Jim the main traveled line to Oolpradot This is a rare chance to get an outing In thismagpiticentcenio and q ln- The general scheme of excursion rates is so extensive and varied that inquiries for details should be made of the nearest ticket agent or of the undersigned Do U8 the favor to write for information printed matter etc t TO CALIFORNIA t The cheapest excursion rateg for ublio as well as Epworh Leaguers Less than half rate Get berths early in the Burling ton a special through tourist sleep tyJulySt Louis at night from Kane viaDeoyelRio I CityCalifornianesday pprHoually conducted through tourist sleeperssame route as above Send for descrip tive folder W M SHAW D P A 400 Vine Street- Ciuoil1natj OV L riQon1St L uiH Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT ManagerS A i1t PERSONEL OF THE U So su- PREME COURT We give below the names of the I Judges who compose the U S Supreme Court the date of their from what State appointed and by what President appointed appointed in 1B77 by president Hayes Horace Gray of Massachusetts apponted in 1881 by President- Arthur Melville W Fuller of Illinois appointed in 1888 by President Cleveland David J Brewer of Kansas appointed in 1889 by President Harrison Henry B Brown of Michigan appointed in 1890 by President Shiras Jr of appointed in 1892 by resident Harrison Edward D White of Louisiana appointed in 1894 by President W Peckham of New York appointed in 1895 by Pres ident Oleveland Joseph MoKenna of California appointed in 1898 by President McKinley It is needless to add that Ken J tuoky leads the list both as to time and in brains in the person of that grand lawyer and jurist John Marshall Harlan +1 A few months ago food which I ate for breakfast would not re main on my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and can eat my breakfast and other with a relish and my food hly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for stomach troubles H Si Pitts Arlington Tex Kodol Dyspepsia a Cure Bt what 0 and W MoKee Hardie CROMIE SELLS DAY- Joseph faOPJ I lif N Cromlethe well known trotting horse trainer and owner has sold to G W Lavifrt of Bos ton the 8yearold black gelding Book by Referee dam by Daniel Lambert at a private Y price This gelding is one of the most fancy gaited ones ever sent iQut by Kentucky and has plenty speed He will be used for I roadtQ pass him Mr Cromie has taken up quar at thes trotting track here ibh twelve choicely bred and fast Animals which will be prepared for the season a campaign Among lot are four to Kentucky 2yearold Futurity to be trotted next October here Few of the younger trainers have mot with the success of Mr Oromie 4and friends are glad tQ know him under the wire frequently Lexington Leader- S I ti f SILK FOR ONE I f For next week we will offer all Foulard Silks at COST New styles and qualities at prices of Common Goods r One Lot Short Lengths in Colored Taffetas 75c to100 grades at gQe Per 10 Per Off fi W S FARMERLaIA appointment Kentuckyt HarrisonGeorge Pennsylvania ClevelandRufus 1now fe7Bpjiginpor 1JOE Eastf useful1o SOLE WEEK Yard Gent POLITICIANS KNOCKED OUT The senseless and useless clamor of a clique of wiseacre politicians of this country received body blow on Tuesday when the follow ing card was given out for publi cation by President MoKiuley oflndoubt whether am called upon to give it notice But thero are imIportancetion and the country and their just consideration should not be prejudiced in the public mind by even the suspicion of the thought of a third term In view there fore of the reiteration of the suggestion of it will say now once and for all expressing a long settled conviction that not only am not and will not be a candidate for a third term but would not accept a nomination for it if itwere tendered me s My only ambitipu is to serve through my second term to the acceptance of my countrymen whose generous confidence Iso deeply appreciate and then with them to do my duty in the ranks of private citizenshipWM Executive Mansion Washington June 101901- OREGON WASHINGTON AND IDAHO t are the States to which a large immigration is now directed You take advantage of the op portunites and the greatly re duod rates This wonderful coun try fully and accurately described and illustrated in a new booklet with large map which will be mailed to any address upon re of six cents in postage by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago 0c3 X iSean tie 1Jpaure of GRAND y SPEDIHL finest a I I I should n ceipt ino on Black Taffeta for this week only We have the best 100 Guar anteed Taffeta town Taffeta atL25 1 KY AS OUGHT TO BE The graves of the Conferderate soldiers who died at Camp Chase Ohio were decorated on Saturday last As oratory of the day there appeared Gen Chas Giosvener of Ohio of the Federal Army and Rev Dr H A M Henderson of the Confederate Thank God for the day when these brave men can shake hands across what once the bloody chasm each recognizing the hon esty sincerity and bravery of the and pay the tribute of re speot to the heroio dead you want individual ices for entertainments or special occasions Luther F Violett is prepared furnish them on short notice He is prepared to furnish all kinds of ices of the most delicious kind at short notice Call up phone No 79 4Otf Best Route to St Paul and Min neapolis Chicago NorthWestern iBy The NorthWestern Limited eleotrIo lighted leaves Chicago daily at 680 p m Service Unequaled The best of everything Three firstclass fast trains daily from Chicago also 000 daylight trains 1000j p m Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex For tickets rates and full information apply to your near agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vine Cincinnati Ohio MILLINERY STORE FOR SALE 1 will sell my entire stock and fixtures at sacrifice All fresh goods MRS SALLIE R THOMAS 402t A A A JB A JB A A PICNIC By- Improved Black Foot 67lK Onderf of Red Men t 1 Af COVE SPRfNC PAftK Thursday July 4 1901 It will the Grandest Picnic evoi given in this city by any Order The festivities will be opened4up witha horseback parade by the Indians before the picnic at the Raj k n x iQ In11ap lI the Parade Make your arrangements for attendingT in Best 36 inch v I Cor Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT E bo fAL i IT was other If to other a ja est street a be L ft y TIME T ISLE soUvn Midway Lexington Frankfort Chrlstlansburg Anchorage T Louisville ClHTll v Louisville Uuraniw anchorage II1r1Ulkfort ir Lexington Hiilway I1P l001 21I 8401I INOI61 271 814- 840 4 OJ TIME TABLK SOUTH Lexington Shelbyville r LoolallIe NORTH Louisville sheloyvtlle Ilr 1ASIiI 0 J fi 110 1131 721 755 925 C it 0 Lv Lv Noe1 rotsJ5 911 11100 No22 A 11115 880 928 PM 410 444 627 606 642 613 A- o8a INO p 601 700 74r 849 LEXINGTON EASTERN RV LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST HOUND iGNo4 KxSun Leave Lexington 225 p m 745 a in Winchester 810 m 830 a LLJnnction822pm845amClay Oity 866 pm 018 am Stanton 406 p m 925 am Natural Bridge 405 p m 054 a m Torrent 449 p ml008a m Junction pml029 a m ArrlnJackSon 615 p mll80a m WESTIBOUND 1No Bx Bun Da1l7 Leave Jackson 625 am 225 p m pmTorrentpmBtanton 489pmLWinchester 9298 m SrfMp m Arrive Lexington 1015 a m 605 p m J R SCOTTG New Fast Tra- mColorado TO I UTAH No ANDTIIE II 19Thum daily The evening traina to name points sorvlcoThrougholsco Bxcuralou tickets now on sale For nlldrcssRTrav Pass KyHGen Pass Ticket Agt StLoulaMo YouShould use MILES J Eir FLOUR J r FIRST Becau q it is tbe best FLOUR in the market SECO N DBecause it is the product of a borne manufactory nn I home labor is prosduction Tile fM Milling Go J N MILES Sec ice=50UTHfRftIMILWIiY ON SOUNTUkr b disid ttfetfttt ISM tt Mr lilt a at e L L iAe Ar Sketfeyvtlta lar LMpa M Lra t L4sg M VetI1l1 M Ls1ates L 1t WrBOOBD w wt Wt7 l bi 7oAr LaMpa LIIfsA Saa L LHaa4 lMaqArUTJOn vraaTaesua e t1 wmU2f L t Lfttaril LY Laraebrg LIPpaa LiaaQ MHarodabgL t4pa TIIeM Ar JlurdLLY tlba T1Aa uroouim VMTBOVWk 111fuJTJWmaa WMTBOWMA t1fo No L aTA77oN Nt a tNi7 t0pra Lv 1L40aa 7 51L830pm ArWeftmwlLT ftHua L L41ipa r Irvine LT L IIJATlO No L Nt Ly sI7 46aa M IoaAr noxv 700pm LiQpeaArArJacksonville Lli elseArfUjiaArChattanooga I iOOKpmlU4iaaArAr New Orleans s3Oam Ne through sleeping car Louisville to Bto a incham via Lexington sad Chaltanoo LouisyUlsoNo e tree obfterratloo chair ew LerlnrKw M Ix uUtlll No ito plnc e r Birmingham to LouiaTlUci via Lexlngtom All trains be tw M Zioulirlllo LeznrMBM4 Burcln dally- Between Venalllei sad Qeorgetawa NM dally Nosl57andllSdaU1UctJlSutaJlo Between Versalllea NlohoIuTlll Xltte aond end Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains teUf i rOlwuoKM VPa OK J U OvLP T X Washington D a Washington IXd WATuaxOPA MoB 1A1LOAGPAI WuhlngtoB D a LotilavUlo Ita tie n- 14t tat FH tMMfILUtlaKeaw a xsrtk P e N- ii SoMeI4iflg Has flappened howeverbutstock a new lot of = Bronze and 1 B OrmalonY Clocks Sterling Silverware iGold and Filled Watches I HM SELBER + C RELIGIOUSI McCreadyrectorSunday prayer 9 a m Holy Zommunton and sermon at 11 a in- Evening prayer at 680 p m Sundayschool and adult Bible OlRBB at 946 a m att8OJ To all those services the public are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor will preach xt 11 a m and 8 p mITop for night sermon The RegenerationinSundayschool in the chapel at 46 a m Special classes for men Young Peoples Society will meet at 700 p m in the chapel rated oveningSeats free and all are cordially in RovGeorgopreaohtomorrow DecepSlonsThe Lords Supper willbo observed at 11 a m- Christian Endeavor Society WIll DeaderMrst SacredThingsJunior Endeavor Society meets Vztday 880 in the cba e1 Prayermeeting on Wednesday at 745 Topic The Divine Family weliSomedpfllally strangers in thecity CATHOLIC CHURCH TheUsual services tomorrow conducted MajortliHighmuw in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHUBCH Bev DrT Blayney the pastor will preach 11 a m and 780 p m fl Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris Endeavor meets In the Sunday lohool room at 646 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ttat 780- The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J It Savage the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 746 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 a mjOclock in the Ladles Parlor Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 public cordially invited to at tend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN HURCH Rev Ifm Crowe Jn the pastor being absent there will be faD services at either hour Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian meets at 645 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday even at 780 m piddleifsDaily trains leave Louisville 100 m 815 a m Ginoin Jbati 40p m 880 a m for over L fe NPennsyl- traniaErie LinesThe Akron Route Round trip tickets may ChautauquaLake Canadian resorts Ask C H LouisvilleYy i pformation lIELI9BLE JEWELER 1r 1INorBrI I I IIIr + r f 1 We Want i YOU to know it for we are NOW ready to show Syou an assortment of the finest goods in town a r suitable for Wedding and Birthday presents If you want a watch let us sell you one of our high grade movements that will please you by keeping perfect time and let us put the movements in one rof our beautiful new cases that will please you every time you look at your watch t M A Selbert ti1t1itttS i trtttt Dp t Cl H N Qtlr 17 64 rlft7 Cents a Year Less Tk a a Pas7 a Xtalter ITHE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After a career of more or less activity in the Southern field for 1 j I over a quarter of a century The Sunny South has again become a weekly better and more readable than at anytime In its history It contains serial stories from the best known authors the world over It is devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers and is their own story paper Short stories sketches incidents of war Iandof peace anecdotes at home and afield poems ideas fashions hints for home keepers everything of interest to old and young will appear in its excellent weekly make up The two great TRISTRAM OPBJ ENT by ANTHONY HOPE now in with full synopsis to oover former in stallments and Rosalyndes Lovers by Maurice Thomp son to begin April 27th will be read with absorbing interest throughout the whole outh This is your opportunity and only 50 cents for a full year of it Think of itl 60 cents Subscription price is only fifty cents a year No agents commission The paper is its own best offer and argument to the subscriber One sample copy free to you and to your six neighbors whose names and addresses you send on a pos tal card provided you send at once A club of five at 60 cents each accompanied the full amount 260 net to us entitles the sender to The Sunny South a whole year free The Sunny South is your old friend In a new form al- f ways improving every issue to excel the last one The Bouths literary paper nere at last Order it today The Sunny South in combination with the greatest of all Southern NEWSPAPERSThe Atlanta Weekly Constitutionboth for only 125 a year Remit that amount to The Sunny South and get these two great papers One Literary the other News Address all letters and remittances to THE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA MORE OUTRAGES One evening this week two ladies toltheirgn by stating that a friend of the younger lady wanted to see her When she went to tho door she found a burley negro trying to force the screen door Just at this time the gentleman of the house appeared and the scoundrel took to his heels Tho same evening a little girl was on the street in the same neighborhood when a negro man caught her and attempted to drag her away Her screams frightened the fiend and he disappeared in the darkness Ladies and girls should be very careful asIto being alone on the street after dusk filwures should be taken at once to ferret out the wretch and mete out summary punjphment to him A dose of cold lead or R necktie party would meet the demands ol the case ChaftHiyt The fifth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington Kyf June 26 to July 5 A splendid program has been arranged that will surpass any yet given Some of the most notable lecturers and entertainers in America have been engaged A great musical program will be pre sented and many new and special features The detailed program will be mailed to any addrew upon application to Chas Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky 11f Ir u WrAR IIIA TRUSSI W GAYLE Druggist 1J Cor Ann and Broadway nI 2417 Frankfort nJ1 Ky ILFOR RENT Residence No 140 Broadway next door to the residence of R M Aldridge The house contajnsseven rooms and kitchen For terms apply to R M ALDRIDGE 85tf GoingI South rJRetttoM4 o ithra Ry tofort trilupff wet ayey put ef tie CAI Sou M hearcM4aIs CIKItIJatlYearille aU- HtwOrte hers to Q ataeera aonte5hreveport Iiu l stoPOrtTya- OhrvAYa puJot aed cafe tArke tee dlMa chairfThrough Ps aamatOa II- IJtfI Sulks cltd- tew tel W AnYtl MIYTtr ar w Wbf = 1tIL t I a TIIE BEST AND 1I i ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLE CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Dis youfeelll8hnmedDo scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema formIonSkin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanica Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 80 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydruggistsOomp1etedirections ferers may test it a trill bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga DescriDe your trouble and free givengrEar48ly FOR BARGAINS IN Groceries Flour Meal- Bacon and Lard Tin Stojaeware Notions etc GO rt WJSCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail flflLBMNliTUH BREWERS OF FINE BEERS WfcUk ft Oulitr iri Furor An ANY BEER MADE EQUALTO THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRODUCT OF A D 0 ROBINSON Fr kfriAgt- Bept 2ly Kodpl Dyspepsia Caen HDIteIb whit ys eat t It Reliable1Jeweler li i H ft l + GROCERIES UQUORS LOWEST PRICESd JOHTDHISCOLLSL KentuckyIndustry YEARS EXPERIENCE W JI ORUHIAED jIRepairer alb days Leavo orders with GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 22ly DOYOUWANT stookoftheparticulars 475DecTry Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed PLANTS FOR BALIi I have 20000 Celery Plants trans SE Cabbage AUGUST LECLERE 894t Thorn Hill ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUP LJ TIONS a- rBemioks Eczema Cure anc r jRemioks Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure the most obstinate case Afc John W R Williams 881Y1 Dress Box lif I t Couches eo r x 11 rtBdf Sofa Couches and 1 Chairs 4 i fI We are overstocked oa above and offer ipeoial fr inducements in thtway of prices for the fAext 10 days A word to the wise lIIUmcil 1f 3 SoiiSD u i LwINCHESTEFACTORY 4 NewRlvxl Leader rranaRopafor r IntUt upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy A ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM tResolutions of Frankfort 11Lfdge Number 580 B P O E of William H ftStone Grand Ex- altedJif Ruler of the Universe in If Ere infinite wisdom has taken the soul of our esteemed and 1beloved member Brother Win the realms of a high er and happier life to receive its eternal reward for a life well f spent upon this earthly sphere a life full of kindness and love tfor his fellowman and possess- ingf those traits of modesty and thoroughlyctherefore be it thejathfort Lodge B P 0 E Number f b30 has lost from its ranks a valuedand zealous member the community a liberalspirited citizen and the family a true t and devoted son and brother Be it furth- erIRESOLVED that we tender y to the bereaved family our pro foundcondolence and mourn with them in this hour of their ir ead affliction Be it further RESOLVED that a copy of- 1 these resolutions be sent to the family of our deceased brother a copy published in our homer papers and a copy spread upon the records of the lodge Green be the turf above thee Friend of our better days None knew thee but to love thee None named thee but to praise GEO L BARNES J SWIGERT TAYLOR CHAS N WIARD Committee fw ADVERTISED LETTERS f B low will be found the list of ii advertised letters for the weekend June 15 1901 JIngNBishopI1fi Oaywood Deeg M Dowell Mason Drew John Evans Sergeant Georgia Aftania reer J W iGl Tilford IijLee MissNannio heirs Mrs Sophia J Miller John Mitchell Mrs Hallie Powell Son Rice D Robe fs Luther Sergent W G i Satterwhite Mrs K Sheets Edward r Smith Lloyd Ta CoTbompson C P Bryan When calling for those letters say advertised tpleaso S B HOLMES Postmaster 1 iJDr Wallace has opened a Pri flf vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky ChrQQioradjoining counties having cases requiring operations or such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send themy 7 to this institution For terms p t address Dr Wallsoe Frankfort 19tf I li tPEAKS MILL TobAcco setting has been in full prorwinthiB section with those Vh6jriQeluQky enough to have planHtt Miss Hattie Carter of lips in this section visiting nn friends and relatives theaf tI R1 Mr Phil Hodges und- wife of Louisville are here visiting and recuperating Mrs Mary Green and child of Switzer have been the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Cal Hayden Mrs Phil Hayden of Frank fort was the guest of Mrs Leonie Poindoxter the first of the week Miss Annie Manford and mother were the guests of Mrs Lulie B Bacon on Monday last A smallpox scare has gotten hold of the people of this county and every body looks on every body else with suspicion Tom Hampton was so badly scared he took to the hay loft and would not come down even for his meals Mr Walter Dalford who has been very low with hemmorhages is at this writing much improved Mrs Emma Jackson of Bath county is down visiting relatives flyingStampingGround thorugI here on Monday last He represents Lee Brothers Co publishers of medical works BornOn Tuesday June 11th to Mr Wash Ellis andwifea gllIour agenoyforWant a high grade vehicle at a reasonable price he can supply youMr Russ Green at present of Harmony will open a grocery and general merchandise store at the Mill the latter part of this or the first pf next weekIMr Henry Guinn preached at the Peaks Mill to an appreciative audience on Saturday and Sunday last His sermons are more than interesting and every time he is with us our im pression of his worth becomes betterBrother Taylor of Lexington will preach at the Peaks Mill Church on Saturday and Sunday next at the usual hours Sun dayschool at 10 oclock Sunday morning This is another rising young man hew in the cause The writer is afraid though that the Christian spirit in this section is placef9loouragQmentS THE PATENT MEDICINE MAN FORKS OF ELKHORN Mrs Julia Hughes has returned home after a two weeks stay in FrankfortMiss Caution of Oxford who has been the guest of her sister Miss Lena has returned homeMiss Daisy Hookensmith attended the commencement at Georgetown laetweek Lexingtonand near our village We are all glud to see Lijlith with us puce moreMiss Mattie Lucas who has been in Monterey for the past year has returned home Miss Pearl Moore visited Miss Carolyn Brook this week A KID pureicecream call on L F Violett at the old Todd stand near the bridge 4Otf MrJames Brownof Putsmouth Va over 00 years of age suffered for years with a bad sore on his helphimperJDanentlYjSouth The the the and the coffee pot the flavor may be the by or un From the time Coffee leaves the hands of the until it the user in a sealed it is with the same care the same for that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a more than its The extra cent you pay buys much more than a cents worth of and A of Coffee will give you more of better coffee than you would get from other sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each ArbnoklM Routed CoffM there U a Hit or boug artcthe by him et her from the LUt lubject only to te that the cIg nature on the package Is to be out out and returned to our Notion Dept You hoold see this List Address all coxaaoaloaUons BROS NMIH DfwfcM t NEW YORK CITY NY LOW RATES TO THE PAN Via Queen Crescent Route Double Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult tioket agents for rates and full CASTORIAFor Infkmti and Children Tli Kind Yw Hays Always gears of HIS LIFE SAVED By Colic Cholera RemedyIColic Cholera and Diarrhoea mylifecountyMissouri shape that the doctors said I could not live When I vas at neighborsberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy apd I took it and got instant relief I soon got up yearsnmedioinelhasalways always will be It is the best on earth For sale by J W Gayle and South Cute Duets What you eat A severe sprain wi11 nsually dis able the injured person for three or four weeks Many oases have occurred however in which a cure has been gffedted in less tHan one weeks by pplying byJmoor r MIcn5iolCood tofeeBegins in growing Anywhere between plantation changed qualityspoiled carelessness inexperience scrupulous methods Arbuckles grower reaches packet handled watchful thought cleanliness pound cheap imitations f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee quality strength pound Arbuckles cupfuls package coffees- Be htsdefnlt parrtofme tobeelected ARBUCKLB AMERICAN EXPOSITION information Btuckt the- S1pature Chamberlains Lougmoor Kodpl Dyspepsia QhambeiS 11111 JJ1lY10RWRISKEY ef EXULUNCB BOTTLED IN BOND The BEST Of All KYEtAQB IS MATUltC AM MEN MATURE T1leATMAS SACREKY WARANTEEB AS TIll COW OF THE REAM IUt SMNATUU OQTAYtIItSlMATtlHISPegILLUSTRATEI E H TAYLOffl JR I SONS DUTtLLXM FRANKFORT KY se Ttae iUAR AIeN i PLYI UTH AND PITrSRIJRGH COALS I sin receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal of the test quality LeAve your orders while it is large and clean and they shall have my personal attention ffogfCoal and Feed Company W 5 B OGE Proprietor Telephone No7 I SALE CONTINUED FIFTEEN DAYS LONGER I J L Rodman Son offer the remainder of their stock of Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Matting Dry Goods complete line of Dress Goods IPt Suitings and Notions to the trade for the lowest prices ever named on above goods Butnjlif 16 dIJS7 lVLC EJ Yand t t sale closes Take advantage of the Best Bargains offered to the Frankfort people in years Watch Windows for Dregs Goods ant Notions t J1iii VV Fcdmaii ssigneef I v t t 4 4 Io B iIIy SPECIAL SALE r OF FURNITURE IDuringin the house will be offered Nothing reserved Here are a few prices showing reductions j IRON BEDS Former price 260 now 200 Former price 450 now 400 BRASS BEDS Former price 3850 now 8500- Former price 8250 now 8000 SPRINGS 4 Former price 450 now 360 Former price SBO now 800 Former price 250 now 200 I R ROGERS SONSNOTEAU persons claims the present them for payment parties knowing themselves will please and settle by July 1st jyTJr V VrXVV fffiv 7 f 7 7 7ffifX V fejfc jfeft i VVtt V i i i v i i COi Vlfc v7y i JUDGE HOLT AND FAMILY WILL SPEND THE SUM v MER IN KENTUCKY The Boletin Mercantil n of San Juan Porto Rico publishes the following concerning Judge H Holt and family formerly of city Judge Holt of the United States District Court who left for Mayaguez last evening to begin the June term of the court gave ft fatfewell reception to his friends At his handsome residence in Santurce on Friday evening last Judge Holt after closing the Mayaguez of the court will leave for the United States for the summer vacation The recoil rtiou was well attended by the many friends Judge Holt bosl- made in Porto Rico and Wished him the heartiest speed kind jouruey The Judges family leave San on the next transport and the Judge 4 Vlll join them at his home in Kentucky where they will spend the summer The Boletin joins in a Bueu Viage1 and best wishes for a pleasant sojourn and aMfe return WANTED Idleness is a crime Aqceptfwork with the largest sub house in America If noW employed you ian prob ably make more money with us Address Carr Book Co a branch Carrollton Ky 402t ud i sckdC1Wr w ik ii ht lINT dsened Ie on neNr Dirt Ww Powder i lMIRetrl baae a1meeteeid jet resht follow i d luwet rn l 4eetlyS- 1 Wlilt mattewria s M 11eer titw a MATTRESSES Former price 600 now Former 400 now 800 Former price 260 now 200 DINING TABLES Former price 2000 now 1760 Former price 1400 now 1200 Former price 1250 now 1100 COUCHES Leatherformer price 5500 now 4100 having against firm All indebted to us X V fo 7vf W this term all God safe Juan AGENTS Bi Fwrahwra leek 500 price fV CHANGE OF BASE The Frankfort Telephone Exchange is moving this week from the rooms over Col John L Scotts law office on St Clair street to the rooms over the offices of Gen D W Lindsey on Main street HOW IT IS DONE tljeAmericanthe second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the second good health by using Greens Flower Should- you be a despondentsuffererfroln- 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 811y- TREMENDOUS GAR Mr Will Robertsj of Bellepoint caught the biggest gar of the sea son and in fact about the biggest caught here in years near the mouth of Benson on Tuesday poundsandrun afoul of in the water I rHaise votk is Lard workwifhout Gold Dust 11ae1wrnhllnjkeebtvbent- i dryti READ IT Owing to the death of the senior members of the firm Messrs R Rogers Sons are closing up the business of the firm They are offering great bargains in fine furniture Read their big adIn to days paper and then visit them Dyspeptics can not be long lived because to live requires nourish ment Food is not nourishing until it is digested A disordered stomach can not digest food and it must have assistance Kudol Dyspepsia Cure digests all kinds of food without aid from the stomach allowing 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 Har iie PROMINENT MEN SICK i We me glad to note that Rev Dr F H Kerfoot of Atlanta Go but well known here is slowly recovering from a serious illness X Hon Augustus E Willson the able and popular lawyer of Louis ville is slowly recuperating from a dangerous attack of pneumonia Major Wm T Flynn of this pity is still a very sick man much to the regret of a large circle of friends You may as well expect to run steam engine without water as mayknow tp find an active energetic man he doed not relish his food or feels dull and languid after eating often has headache and sometimesI dizziness A few doses berlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets will restore his liver to its normal functions renew his vitality improve his digestion and i make him feel like a new man Price 25o Samples free at J W Gayles and South Long moors drug store The most delicious soda water cherry ice ice cold Villlbeery of Luther F Violett at Todds oldstand JaIl and give him a trial 40tf 3700Leather2000Corduroy 1 Cordnfoy former price HOo now 1200 SIDEBOARDSI 86000FormerFormer price 2860now 2500 1AH other Roods in the house will be offered at proportionate prio e I 1 will call uMaSVdlow ii3t lLEXINGTON = CHAUTAUQUA LOWRATES VIA ii Queen Crescent Route t i FROM ALL POINTS JUNCTION CITY 1 u AND WILLIAMSTOWN J o i rjAsk Ticket Agents for Particular-W l Ai 0 4tIDIa tIAMERICAN msnim COMPANY VncoqltldICAPITAL STOCK 4 1 114 25000 roI 0 1IjIIa SURPLUS 12500 00 t MKMUMT PAID COUPON HOIJ zxxooooa AfkbeM all c rvecoackac to HOME OFFICELEXINGTON KT GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENT Juue HmO + 11+ + ++++ e N9lNWiiil +N6 +++ BNlN + 1tI HOME STEAM LAUNDRY 104 BROADWAY Home Steam Laundry Office corner Main lit tandSt Glair streets is convenient to leave receive bundles Extra efforts are being andip+ merit your patronage The class of work j done now is holding old patrons and making new JN4 + 0+ +NN1 e Ne NwNONVONrOINie ++ +01s L r AT COSt FOR CASHl Our Entire Stock of Millinery 1 tiHats Flowers Ribbons c Johnson Be Hoge I IThe White Front Store j 311 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT f