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IJI THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT i 1 tf F 5 GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPETDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance N042ICOUNTRY SHOOTING A shooting affair occurred at y Bridgeport tins county about 5 r i oclock on Saturday afternoon between Mr Edward Duncan and Mr Richard Kirk in which Kirk ttt was shot in the rightwrst and r side the latter ball cutting the J i fi sack holding the lung and com r4 ing out at the hack f It appears that there had been had feeling butween the two men vsinco the Democratic primary for county officers They both came i to town with their wives Saturday morning While here they met in Matthews saloon on St Clair fevBtreet where some words were ex 1 C changed after which Duncan was I knocked down by Kirk They were separated nt that time with out further trouble Kirk went to his home beyond Bridgeport but came hack to the Bridgeport store and was there when Duncan came along in his buggy So soon as Duncan caught sight of Kirk he drew his pistol and shot him as above stated lodgedinjuries PAINFUL INJURY While Mr John G Mastin was assisting in taking an old reaping fl1i1ncbiue to pieces on Wednesday morning he was so unfortunate as to have the second finger on his left hand caught by a heavy piece of iron and the whole end of the finger out off severing the t artery in the ball Mr Mastin lost a considerable amount of blood before Dr Wallace could reach him and attend to the in tl jury It is all 0 KC now how ever PROMOTED v We are glad to note that Mr Geo W Lewis jr son of Mr J popeliual bookkeeper to general book 4 keeper in the National Bank o- fJKentuoky iu Louisville Mr Lewis is a fine officer and the officials of the bank have shown their appreciation by promoting him several times fKICKED BY A MULE Mr Bud Satterwhite who drives t 8 team of mules for Judge W L Pence was kicked by one of thejai v mules on the head Monday after tIJDoon Luckily his skull was not crushed and while badly hurt he will recover Dr Pritchard of- the West Side attended to his injuries THAT POWWOW The Indians of our city invite v their pale faced friends and the balance of mankind to witness r u they parade and to attend their J powwow at their campipg ground in Cove Spring Park Thursday July 4th Twentyfive cents covers streetcar fare and admission to the grounds V Backache should never be neg eoted It means kidney disorder which if allpwed to run too long may result in Brights disease j diabetes and other serious and often fatal complaints Foleys Kidney Cure kidneys well Takn nothing else South T Longmoor and W MoK- eeIti Haidie ift d pM f tl TERRIBLE DISASTER On Saturday last a terrible water spout struck West Virginia in the course of which horrible loss of life and property occurred It is supposed that about one hundred persons were drowned hundreds and thousands of homes were washed away and incalcula ble damage done to railroads farms and other property- As a consequence all west bound C 0 trains were delayed from 80 to 40 hours This same section was visited by a second waterspout on Tues day and the disaster was still augmented HORRIBLE News came to this city on Sun l1rchiforcounty and son of the late MrI John F Church had killed nt woman in Louisville and hall then suicided t Mr Churchs mind had been affected for some time by the use of drugsIThe body was brought here on Monday afternoon and burled in the family lot in our cemtsryI FIGHT AMONG Two colored prisoners in the local pen by the names of John Leek and Milton Camper became involved in a fight on Friday evening in which Leek inflicted two severe cuts in Campers right lung The injuries are very seri oue HEAPINSURANCE Many a man has been insured against Brights disease diabetes or other dangerous ailment by a fifty cent bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure South Longmoor and W MjoKee Hardie FOR SALE An Upright Kurtzman Piano Apply to Miss Simpson Chas Finnells or at this office411m SAD AND SUDDEN We were saddened and shocked on Saturday to learn of the sud den death of Mrs Fannie Holton Keller wife of Col Green R Keller of Carlisle and mother of IItseemingIIyhandsome woman of her age We tender to our friend her brokenhearted husband the ten snmeexperiIonce youth ADJOURNED UNTIL COURT IN COUSRE The Court of Appeals adjourned for the term on Saturday last and until court in course which will be Monday September 10th At the next January term Judge B L D Guffy becomes Chief Justice Judge Payuter having at that time served one year as such A fatal policy is to neglect 0I backache or other sign of kidney trouble Foleys Kidriey Cure is- o sure remedy for Brights dis ease diabetes and gravel South Longmoor and W MoKee Har die ONE WEEK ONLY Just to make customers come with a hum weve arranged some extraordinary offerings in branded muelinathe kind that are as staple as sugar in u grocery store When we have increased selling in mind precedents or stapleness count for naught So for the oc casion you will find our prices tumbled down to these figures viz Best 12j c Berkeley Cambric only ydI Rose Cotton per yd Best Lonsdnle Bleached Cotton only 7o per yd Hope Bleached Cotton only IBest 6jjc per yard Best Co Bleached Cotton only 5 cents per yard IBest Unbleached Cotton only 60 per yard Best Be Unbleached Cotton only 4o per yard Best Apron Gingham only 5c per yard Best Co Apron Gingham only 4Jc IRemember these prices are for one This is a great portnnity to save money on OPIGoods C Kagin Bro 41 St Clair at Bridge SAVES TWO FROM DEATH Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whoopug cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all other rem withIwonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50o and 1 bottles guaranteed by JoV Gayle Trial bottles free If you want the best pure ice cream made of pure cream call on L F Violett stanlllCarthe A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well for Chnmberlans Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in to other I have RomIedycomplete satisfaction to myself and customers says druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and for the cough fol lowing la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor TheJHouse With a Reputation For Houest Dealln WeAreBeady 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 ofsuitings Leave your measure with MrMoran and you will have a suit you will be proud to wear 25 andup Readytowear Clothing We can show you in this department a line of suits that can not fail to please you All wool suits from 750 to 20 and a perfect fit no matter what price IDAL KID SHOES We have more styles of these popular shoes than were ever before exhibited in Frankfort Mens Shoes and Oxfords 400 500 600 Ladies Shoes 300 and 350 Oxfords 250 300 and 350 R K1 McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET ISAFFELLSAre Frank Fehrs Cele brated Beer for fam ily and table use Delivered in any part of the city rPERSONALS Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville was hero on Firdny Miss Paulino Hnrcliu has returned t mom a visit to Bardstown Lt W A Hnycraft U S A is visiting his mother in this city s Mr Ira S Shy of Covlngton was n visitor hero this week l Mr John C Horndon of Louis- Ville was in the city Monday Chief Justice T H Paynter mid wire have gone to their old home for the vacation f Mr Stephen Black and wife wore 1called to Louisville Monday by the illness of Mrs A W Macklin Judge A Rollins Burnam spent several days this week in Rich mend his old home v Capt I T West has returned U from a business trip to Eastern Kentucky MrJ Howard Duvall of Stamping Ground spent Wednesday night in this city Capt Henry H Craig and wife of Kansas City Mo were guests of relatives here this week Misses Lockett Smith Pattie Wil jams and Carrie Robinson will leave for Buffalo the 9th of July Misses Maria Dupuy and Martha Farms are spending this week at Farm dale Mr D L Kennedy of Lexing ton has been at home for a few days Mrs Geo W Cihnn and Mrs r HTplo have returned from Cincin nati i Mayor W S Dehonoy attended the Good Roads Convention at Louisville this week f MrsJ John Wj Rodman and Mrs Cloud visited in Chicago Ills this week Miss Laura of Woodford- county is visaing Miss Mary Keith Miles Noodlaketon Sunday TA Misses Bertha and Clara Scott are visiting their uncle Dr IJM Scott at Jollico Tonn Judge J H Hazelrigg visited at his old homo in Mt Sterling on Saturday Mrs A B Norwood of Louis ville visited Mrs John H Tirplott North St Clair stroot this week Mr Henry H Kelly and wife wont to Lexington Saturday to ref main over Sunday Miss Mattio M McClure has ro turned from a visit to relatives in Stamping Ground Mr Richard O Head of Stamp ing Ground was a visitor hero on Sunday Mr Edward Sllll pal1iIwiCe of Owen county were guests of relatives in this city this week y Dr E H Black returned Satur day from a Visit to his daughter Mrs JA Hodges in Mrs John G Rogers visited her t sister Mls Carlton Graham in I Georgetown this week Mrs Win L Reed and children visitingrMr Joseph Robinson went to Now Castle on Tuesday to visit his friend Judge Win Carroll Mr Eugene Hoge who has boon visiting relatives in Virginia re turned Monday evening Mr Jesse Bond of Lawrence burr was the guest of his cousin t Mr Paul Collins this week k Deputy Collector S D Willis of Lexington Wits stirring things up- here this week I Mr Oscar Current of Louisville wand Mr Harry Carpenter of Slid were guests of Mr Cecil Farmer this week 4 Mr Paul Drane of New York City came on a belated train of YSaturday rellchinphere Monday afternoon Mrs S D Johnson returned home on the delayed C O train of Sunday reaching here Monday x afternoon at 580 oclock Miss Sarah and Madge Burnain loft Tuesday for Richmond to visit their grandparents Maj Curtis F Burjiam and wife Mrs Lizzie Macklin Robb of L was the guest of her tfistor Mrs Maria Murphy on Sun Mrs Ben Uttoyback and chil r4 r dren who have been visiting rel atives in Shelbyvillo have returned f homop j sirs Beriah lIngo IIlC Duluth Minn Is the of her daugh ter Mrs S J Shackolford on Wast Main street Ir Mrs C H Mnndovllle Mrs Win i Woirzol and Mr Russell Waited KollnerX t necWeitzolinLouisville tiL Mr Robert Combs Law Clerk for iJ4dgo Hobfion has gone to his old I at Elizabeth town to spend the IsumlJler tin vacation C Bull jr of Green visited his parents Mr S C Bull and wife f Side this week t ysr y s y sr jy r OUR JW a arrisIV G p 7 t wvtsvror Z t y o y Uv LOSS LiWel4I WOOL AND SILK DRESS GOODS We are offering everything in our entire stock at reduced prices Take notice of our prlcestl + SILKS We have placed our entire line of Foulard Silks out on tables so you can see every piece and put them in 3 lots Lot No1 The very finest satin Foulards thelquality only 70c The 90c quality only 60c The 75c quality only 50c The very best 27 in wide Black Taffeta Silk only 85c special for charged at regular prices Weitzel ODonnellL A Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Ask for Fashion i 1 Mr Chas B Wise of Georgetown was in thp city yesterday Messrs Herbert and Albert Stan ley of East Nashville Tenn were visitors in this city their old home this week Mr John W Berryman of Ver sailles was in the city yesterday the guest of his sister Mrs W H Posoy Dr John W Gayle and wife re turned Friday night from the State Pharmaceutical at Crab Orchard Mrs W L Cannon and daughter Miss Florence of Midway were guests of Mr Geo F Berry at Junniper Hill on Sunday D H S Keller and wife were called Saturday to Carlisle by the sudden death of his mother returning on Monday Rqy Lewis N Thompson and family of Louisville are visiting his father Capt Porter Thomp son South Side Misses Taylor and Susie Johnson of Knoxville Tenn who have been guests of Miss Irma La brot on West Main street have returned home Mrs M J Gaines Mrs M B R Day and Misses Margaret J Rus poll and Page are visiting Mrs Lou D VanWinkle in Dan villeMessrs Arthur Gloro Wm Cav onauph nnd Wm Choate who have been soldiering in the Phillipines In the 81st U S V I returned Home this week Mr J Grn McLean who wont to Crab Orchard to make a steno graphic report of the State Phar m lOU tlca Convention returned Friday night Miss Lucy Kelly who had boon the guest of her brother Mr Henry H Kelly for several days returned to her home in Lexington SaturdayDr Buokmastor Mason Brown Neil Reid Hamilton Wal lace Harry Crutoher and Louis Moagher attended the hop at Ver sailles Tuesday night Miss Nellie Hockensmith has returned homo from a visit to Mrs Charles Beattie of Rochester New York the PanAmerican Exposi tion and Niagara Falls The young sot had a splendid time at a dance given by Miss Vanita Kline at the home of her grandfather Col E H Taylor jr Ihistleton on Thursday night The fun wits kept up until 1 a in Friday There was quite a large crowd present TRANSFERS Mrs Ada Garrett has purchased the two story frame house of Mr John T Brady on Washington street for 1100 cash Dr N M Garrett hits purchased tho cottage of Mr E Hobbs Taylor on Conway street for 795 cash Fresh ousted Rio Coffee 12 cents per pound tit Lnngdon Crease Co s 421t Fatal mistakes ore made by those who do not heed tho earlier symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble that ofton end in Brights disease or diabetes Whew Foleys Kiduey Cure makes the well how foolish it is to delay South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie WOOL DRESS GOODS Our entire stock of Colored Dress Goods in all the very latest colorings and styles at COST BLACK DRESS GOODS Never go out of style and there is no reason why we should cut our prices but nevertheless you can buy any piece of Black Goods in our stock at LO to 20 per cent less than our reg ular price prices Sheets Convention kidneys PRIVATE SCHOOL Misses Elizabeth C and Letitia C Crowe have isssued announce ment folders giving information as to the opening of their private scohol which will be Wednesday September 11 Their rooms will be on the corner of Third and Shelby streets South Side For MissElizabethRichmond Ky Miss Crowe isa talented and lady and taught classes here last year Her sister is also a very musi cian j ODD FELLOWS ELECT OFFI CERS Capital Lodge No 0 elected the following officers for the en term L L Oberworth N G 0 B Demaree V G Wilder Dupuy Secretary William Rossen Treasurer- F L Guthrie Host TO SPEAK Rev Goo Darsie of this is on theprogram of approaching International Endeavor tion which meets at Cincinnati July Oth to 10th He speaks Wednesday afternoon July nth on Three Missionary Watchwords OFFICERS ELECTED At an election in Elkhorn Lodge No 0 A O U W the following ofllcors were chosen tile term ending Dec 81 1901 Lew G Wallace M W H C McKee Foreman Wm A Bull OVQrseer John Ries Financier James A McEwan Recorder W H Hoge Receiver W Church Jones Guide A W Nazor L W Alex McDonald O W REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE TO MEETiThe Republican County Commit tee of this county is called to meet in this city on Monday next coup ty court day The Committee will decide when end how candidates shall be named the various offices to be filled in November both city and county FOR BARGAINS IN GrocerieseFlour Meal Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GQ TO w J soorrow 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail i EMBROIDERIES afBig cut in Embroideries Specialwvalues at 5c 8c lOc 12ic and 15c 4 SHIRT WAIST 11 In White and Colors All new styles 1can buy our 150 and 125 Wails at 8100 Our 100 Waist 75c Our 75c Waist 50c lOur 50c Waist 39c 25 doz Childrens Muslin Drawers t1only 8c per pair 15 doz Skirts at 25c These we make are CASHGoods Ed accomplished accomplished suing the Conven for for oo CASH jIi 6 oo i We give rebate checks on all I cash purchases thereby allow ing you 4 per cent and making you a partner in our business Why not buy from us Our prices are the lowest and goods of the best quality and we carry everything to be found in a first class Hardware Store t STACC BACON MASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT KY + + GRAND IIfI PICNIC J By Black Foot Tribe No 67 Improved Order of Red Men AT COVE SNING- Thursday PARK 1 July 4 1901 tJ It will be the Grandest Picnic ever given in this city byany Order The festivities will be opened U PWith n horseback parade by Indians before the picfhic at tho Park with fully 150 Indians the Parade Make your arrangements for attending thej see+ r t HOME STEAM LAUNDRY 104 BROADWAY iThe Home Steam Laundry Office corner and St Clair streets is convenient to receive bundles Extra efforts are being Mainimerit your patronage The class of work t done now is holding old patrons and making newJ4 + + 4 s4+ LJtwie Cleatance Sale r4r f BELTS i lot of Leather Belts worth 250 to 75c go I1 atI9ct I LISLE LACE HOSE 7 350 Lisle Lace Hose go at 250 1JJ CORSETS f r iiX upplj 200 yards Figured Black Silks 48c Foulard Silks from SOC yard up D rOBNSON COSi 1 The White Front Store Street REvENUE ASSIGNMENTS SSlgn1ments 1division of thp 7th Internal ReIr eriue District as made by S J Roberts for the in o July STOREKEEPERS Eugene Crnig tol ys River Dis r tillery No2 h Wm H Sneed to Rivdr Dis warehousees to KY Distillery No 2 warehouse L FT Steele to Ky River Dis tillery No2 warehouse Frank D Clark to W A Gaines CO No4 GnlnesjCo No4 warehouse Squire P Willis to W A Gaines GreenI Co No4 bottling to J baum No 9 warehouse Geo W McConnell to S J Greer baum No 0 night P G Powell to J T Barbae No 82 Raphael Strauss to J T Barbee No 82 bottling OoohIran Co No 87 John M Stephenson to John lOnSetHham No 62 i1 Wm L Baker to LLabrot ham No 52 bottling araI Harry B Croxton to E H lor Jr Sons No 53 Chas H Talbott to E H Taylor jr Sons No 8 meal room John D Nash to E H Taylor The popular idea expressed m the phrase tttlle art of selfdefense shows f the opinion that the chief enemies a man has to defend himself from are visible and external But the real danger of man is from minute and often invisible foes In the air we breathe and the water we drink are countless minute organisms leagued against the health of the body The one defense against these enemies is to keep the blood pure Dr Pierces 1Golden Medical Discovery thoroughly the blood removing substances and accretions when the blood is pure there is no harborage for lodgingcorrupt consider Golden Medical Discovery of the best medicines on the earth writes Mr Vim of Redoak J Co Iowa While in the south poilwordsyqkinds of medicine tried different doctors but aU the relief they could give me was to make my pocketbook I then taking Dr iercea Golden Medical Discovery Took four bottles without relief taking it I la all ten and got entirety cured Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure tookI tipation ft RIBBONS 5C yard for all Silk Ribbon NO5I6c yard for No 7 8c yard for No9 y JAllJI LINEN AND PIQUE SKIRTS Pique Golf Skirts 198 Pique Long Skirts 198 Linen Golf Skirts 250 A beautiful stock of Fancy Linen and Pique Skirts Call and see them jr Sons No 58 warehouse Goo T Scearoe to E H Taylor jr Sons No 8 bottling Geo T Montjoy to E H Taylor J Sons No 58 nighttJ Y D Blanding to W A Gaines Co No 100 L B Diggs to W A Gaines Co No 106 warehouse Jas G Barrett to W A Gaines Co No 100 warehouse Wm B Anderson to W A Gaines Co No 100 bottling StagCoDavid Harp to Geo T Stagg Co1 No 118 warehouse Oscar Grigsby to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 bottling GAUGERS John T Berry to John T Barbee No Geo G Bryan to Ky River Dis tillery No2 Geo T Stagg No 118 CoI H T Gaines to John Co No 87 W A Gaines Co No4 J P Williams rectifier H F Given to W A Gaines Co No 100 E H Taylor jr Sons No 58 Labrot Graham No 52 S D Pinkerton to S J Green baum No STOREKEEPERGAUGERS R A Geers to Laval Mayse No 1- 1Gus Wh teh use to W J Frazier No 50 F Darnaby o J J M Saf No 9lC IE Stephanski to J N Blake No 00 COLORADO EXCURSIONS Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account summer excursions Atik ticket agents for particulars W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati n DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAIN MENT As announced the entertainment for the benefit of the Kings Daughters came off on Thursday night last in the Parrish House of Ascension Church The recitations in Southern Dialect by Miss Barbee were simply perfect and every one who heard herwas delighted We had heard ylier work along this line highly commended she exceeded by far what was expected of her She certainly made the hit of the sea son in each and every piece The vocal mueio by H Slaughter and J M MessrsI veer was firstclass greatly enjoyed We can not forbear stating to the good people of other cities who may have the opportunity of having Miss Barbee visit them that they have a rare treat ahead Dr Yalloce aeopened a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for the treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having oases requiring operations or such treat ment as they have not the time orI facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address 10tf Dr Wallace FrankfortI INEV ENTERPRISEI Mr A B Hammond wishes to inform his ninny friends in this and adjoining counties that he will open a retail lumberyard at Wokefiolds old stand after July 4th where he will keep a full line of building material When you need lumber qf any kind dont forget Lon- ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will be found the list of advertised letters for the weekending June 80 1901 Beasley J William Burns William Citizens National Bank Corn Miss Gertrude Flinn Charley Gibson John B Graff Mrs E D Jones Ed- Johnson Mrs Mary E Kernan Mrs E B Lewis Bennie Nichols Roger S Perkins Thomas Pork James S Prewitt John D Robbins C E Roberts Miss Tallle Skelton Mrs Ida Smith J T State Medical Board Turner J S Wagner Matilda Whittington Chas Worne Jessie When calling for those letter please say advertised S B HOLMES Postmaster Cheap Propertyor SaleI S S Buford offers hL home on Third Street for tsvonfcyimo hundred well worth twentyfive hundred tho lot fiftythree font front running back two hundred a good yell und cistern on it Juno 232ni Pianos and Before purchasing piano or organ call on or write Mrs Lula H Miller agent for D H Baldwin CoNo1010 Third Street South Frankfort Ky Prices on Pianos 120000 and up and old Pianos cheap Now Organs 15500 and up Old Organs 2500 nod up Easy pay OrgansJuno TA severe sprain will usually dis able the injured person for three hnveloocurred one week by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by J W Gayle and South Long moor SSRmssUNNEC 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 says I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been similarly troubled und that Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed me that one doss oured him and he is again at his work For sale by J W Gayle and South r LADIES VESTS Silk Finished Lisle Vests 33 13C apiece SILK WAISTSr14 off price of all Silk Waists WHITE WAISTS A liberal discount this sale LAWNS AND DIMITIES 15C for Lawns worth57c Sc for Lawns worth loc and 12I z 0 Reduction on all summer goods A Liberal Discount given on all goods sold to July i st 4I f S 311 Main Ploeter bottles but dollars organs Longmoor for Pleasantto taKes J Atuk i avel Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable a Compound and if used in Constipation will bring t about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE CURES BLOOD TROUBLES BLOOD POISON CANCER ECZEMA ETC COSTS NOTHING TO TRY Old obstinate deepseated cases permanently oured by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B If your blood is tainted produc ing offonsivo eruptions aching bones and joints ulcers falling hair mucous patches sorb mouth und throat scabs or scales per sistent pimples eating sores swellings sore lip dry sore dull aching lancing shooting pains then you have blood poison or the beginnings of loudly cancer Dont experiment but take Botanic Blood Balm B B B made especially to icure nIl malignant blood troubles like those named above and itching scabby eczema carbuncles scrofula rheu matism cancer blood humors etc Heals every sore and stops all aches and pains Try it Costs but 1 at druggists Treatment sent free by writing to Dr Gil lam 200 Mitchell Street At lauta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Med ioine and free medical advice sent at once prepaid B B B originated by Dr Gillam over 80 years ago Thousands have been cured many after doctors and patent medicines had utterly failed Botanic Blood Balm B B B gives life vigor and strength to the blood making it pure and rich 41ly Sugar corn t 5c per can at LangdonCreasey COB 42lt Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dtoctits what you eat Bears 1OAS C IUOI lWlUJdm4 UAItIUYb BETEENI I Louisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor CarS Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A KW Cor 4 Ui and Market Sta Louisville Dr Caays Condition rowtlcrs are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put aIhorso in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale bYJ W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co ii 1 TIieFranltfortRouiHlaDout Entered at the postofflce at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 29 1901 DELINQUENTS We desire to call the attention yof a 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 which they have not responded After this date we shall stop their papers unless they aettl Ttheir accounts There are others to whom we will send notices in a short time- and shall expect prompt responses or they will be discontinued like wiseThese are small amounts to the individual but amount to a con siderable sum in the aggregate f HONORED CITIZEN DEAD On Sunday night about 12 oclock Mr Benjamin F Meek sr died at the home of his daugh ter Mrs Richard Church Shelby street aged 85 Mr Meek was one of the few old time citizens of this city and was highly regarded by everybody who know him as an honest up right gentlemen By occupation he was a watch maker and silversmith of the old style and for many years he and Capt B C Milam were partners in business occupying the stand now occupied by Mr A G Gra hams tailoring establishment His work was always well and ftntbfully executed and many watches are still in use in this andadjoining communities which were the product of his hands In late years he had entered largely into the manufacture of hip celebrated fishing reel In the prosecution of this work he removed to Louisville and re mained there until about two years ago when the infirmities of age compelled him to stop work and he returnod here with his aged and beloved wife to spend i the remainder of their lives in I their old home Gradually his physical health gave way until some month ago he was confined to his room and bed Loving friends minis- teredi to his every want and ten derly anticipated his every desire He leaves an aged wife and two I daughters Mrs J F Tillett and Mrs Richard Church and four sons lieu F jr Jas F Cloudas and Sylvester Meek and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn his departure The funeral services took place QU Wednesday morning services being conducted by Rev Dr Blay nay after which the remains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery Cycling hue its ups and downs After the downs use Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quickly South fe Lung moor and W MoKp Hardio I r7 IIlydoesnt galnn i IIn for teething babies They I from the start sampleists I h 4094J5 Pearl see and Etoo all druggists YorkJ SEE HOW WE GROW Notwithstanding the untoward circumstances surrounding this city for the last eighteen months bUildIingan of some of the work now being done and just being commenced Mr Walter G Chapmans handsome twostory frame house on Wnpping street is rapildy approaching completion- Mr Mike Buckley is building a nice cottage for Mr W B George on Ann street Mr W H Posey has four cot tages of five rooms and kitchen eachon Todd street being built by Mr Will L Graham They are very near to completion comefortable cottages nearly completed on Murray street Mr J M VanDerveer Dr J S Coleman and Mr C E Collins have staked off the ground for their new residences on Shelby street and workmen are getting out the frames Col D C Crutcher is having granitoid pavements put down in front of his house on Ann street Thewide pavement along the side of the Capital Hotel on Ann street has been taken up and a granitoid walk is being put down which was very much needed Granitoid walks are being and have been put down ajl around the Farmers Bank On the South Side a granitoid d walk has been put down in front of the Williams block on Bridge streetOn the West Side granitoid walks hove been laid from the res idence of Judge John N Grutoher nearly all the way down to the entrance to Lake Park Mr Jas A Scott is completely remodeling his house on the cor ner of Fourth Avenue and Shelby streets and will put down a gran itoid walk along the Fourth Avenue side that on Shelby street being already down Every house under construction will bo occupied as soon as corn pleted and yet the demand is fo moreMr Hqnry Ringolds big blpc of stores at the corner of St Clair and Broadway is going up rapid ly rind will soon be ready for the roof The best cakes rolls and bread will be found at Lu ther P Violetts stand Prompt attention given tall o orders Phone 79 40tf The doctors told me my cough was incurable One Minute Cough Cure made me a well man Norris Silver North Stratford N HUecnuse 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 Lpngmoor and W McKee Hardiei A protracted meeting will beheld at the Peaks Mill Church commencing on Monday night June 24th under the direction of Brother Arnold of Frankfprt and Bro Taylor of Lexington CALOMEL SEVEN YEARS IN BED Will wonders over cease inquire the friends of Mrs L Peace of Lawrence Kan They knew- she had been unable to leave her bod in seven years on account of nervouOs but Three bottles of Electric Bitters enabled me to wnlkshe writes and in three months felt like a new person Women suffering from headache back ache nervousness sleeplessness melancholy fainting and dizzy spoils will find it a priceless bless ing Try it Satisfaction is guar anteed J W Gayle Only 50o ANOTHER SiD DEATH News reached this city on Mon day night that Mrs Annie R Macklin wife of Mr A W Maekliu of this county had diedI that evening at St Josephs In firmary in LouisvilleIMrs Macklin was the youngest HilleryiMhorn In young girlhood she was happily married to Mr Alexander W Maokliu and two children veregiven to them Mr Bedford Maokliu of this county and Mrs F L Koop of Louisville When a mere child she was con verted under the ministry of Rev Dr Cadwallader Lewis and united with the Providence Baptist Church She and her husband have always been coworkers in all that made for the interests of the Masters cause For a long time her health had been poor and it was finally de tided that she should go to the infirmary in Louisville for treat mnet Although every thing that science could suggest or means could furnish was done to restore her all tailed and for several weeks her husband and family have been looking for the end The remains were brought bask here for interment the funeral services being conducted at the Cemetery Chapel on Wednesday morning at 11 oclock by her pastor Rev E F Wright of Woodlake and the loved form was laid to rest with her kindred dust in our cemetery We have known Mrs Macklin all her life and admired her for her unselfish and beautiful life The Providence Church has sus tain d a heavy loss her family an irreparable one and the whole community mourns a good woman with all that the name implies gone to her reward To our griefstricken friend her husband and to all the bereft we tender our warmest sympathy I SAD END sadlyrwhen the news flew abroad that ofkC s committed suicide at her home on Campbell street about 11 oclock Friday nightMiss Gibbs was a handsome and attractive young girl aged about 18 years a graduate of Science Hill Female College Shelbyvillo The family had come to this city from Shelbyville a year ago and the father had entered the saloon business There are many rumors in con nection with this sad affair about which the less said in the public prints the better The funeral took place on Sun day morning at 10 oclock Rev J r Savage of the Methodist Church officiating after which the remains were buried in our cemetery QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA ParsonsKasyears 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 giveyDIDNT MARRY FOR MONEY The Boston man who lately youngIDr Kings New Life Pills which restored her tp perfect health Infallible for jaundice billious uses malaria fever and ague and all liver slid stomach troubles Gentle but effective Only 251 cents at J W Gayles drug THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE- Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrlvo Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jacksonville 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p m has through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jack eveningSouthern with the Queen d Crescent Route is the only line with 24 hour schedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson ville for all points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico RailwayInformation Avenue PassengerAgentW A TURK AgentWashington C WM H TAYLOE A G P A Louisville Ky FOR SALE One Show Case with table eight feet long Two Upright Show Cases One Ribbon Case Holds 800 pieceestAll above cases are of best walnut S D JOHNSON CO 82tf 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 Asso ciation Chattanooga June 18 20thKappa Alpha Convention Rich mond Va June 2528th siF-or two years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa was in poor health on account of kidney trouble Be consultedjiseveral physicians and spent considerable money for med icines without obtaining relief until he tried Foleys Kidney Cure and now writes I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of aiding others South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie The most delicious soda water cherry ice ice cold glut refreshing drinks will be found at the confection ery of Luther F Violett at Todds old stand Call and give him a trial 40 tf FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago NorthWestern Railway leave Chicago daily for Mil waukee Madison Green Buy Fond du Lnc Oshkosh Escanabia Ishpeming Marcfuette Ashland St Paul 11linnenpulisand Duluth and all points ill Wisconsin and the Copper Country Quickest time Service unequaled The bestif everything For tickets rates and full information apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Call at J W GaleyVand South Longmoors drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liyer Tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve the appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate time liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It arti digests the tcod and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or discovered t preparationIcan ilyUlUUViU u u wmw stantly relieves and permanently Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsan- all other results of imperfect PrlceOOc ndookal1LaboutdspepsAfaro tlmos snmllslzo Prepared by E C DsWITT AGO Cblcage 00 t BEST TRAINTO Kansas City Montana fUtahSt Paul Nebraska j Black Hillsi1VIA St t1VESTIBULED SLEEPERS DINING KS CHAIR GARS FRET U RUQQ PASSR ST LOaM W HOWARD ELLIOTT OCNL ST MOiLWWAKELEY oENLPASSRAOTSTLOUISMO 1j Best Route to StwPaul and Mmj tneapolis RyTheelectric lighted leaves Chicago daily at 680 p m Service un equaled The best of everything Three other firstclass fast trains daily from Chicago also 000 a m daylight trains 1000 p m 4iiFast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex i For tickets rates and full1Ninformation apply to your near est agent or address A F Clove land 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohior A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION Sell Of a gasoline stove burned a lady here frightfully writes N E Palmer of Kirkman la The best doctors couldnt heal the running sore that followed but Buck Ions Arnica Salve entirely cured hill Infallible for cuts corns sores boils bruises skin diseases and piles 25 cents at J W Gayles The billious tired nervous man can not successfully compete with his healthy rival DeWitts Lit tle iarly Risers the famous pills for constipation will remove the cause of your troubles r LOW RATE EXCURIONtS TOrtiA COLORADO AND UTAH- EVERYDAY Via Burlington Route com mencing June 18th continuing 3 through the summer Those will be the lowest rate summer excurrions ever made to tha Rooky Viibasisthe round trip but on certain dates for instance from July 1st to 9th inclusive lower than half rates are offered The Burlington Route is he best line the main traveled line to Coloradort a This is a rare chance to get an touting in this magnificent scenic l and delightful summer region aratesthat inquiries for details should be made of the nearest ticket agent thefavorprinted matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for EpwolthLonguers 4 Burlingtonsers to San Francisco daily July 6th to 18li inclusive St Louis at night from City in the morning via fromIIRio Grande System Scenic Colorado Salt Lake California excursions every Wednesday personally conducted In r ftthrough tourist sleepers same route as above Send for desorip PiItive folder i n u d 1DsCincinnati O AgentdHOWARD ELLIOTT v General Manager St j I xd II il iif Z E3 = w w w t 11 a pECJIA JTJIiS E3 E1E rWash Goods at reduced Prices New c ir Goods in Lawns Dimities Swisses at r 5c 7 l2c lOe and 15c Greatly Reduc 1 ted Prices Buy a Cool Dress Now I I I fA LA Jo jEa L L I IV NOT Below we give an from a by Dr John O Scott now of Texas I but of this at a by at that State his The of that he ever holds in re the scenes of his and boy we were sent to mill at the Forks of The mill is in green with hills on side 01 it was a cent scene to the of the two creeks in that Iji this wide world there is no so sweet as that in whose bosom the r waters meet tt down the road of water from ice cold from either side it was a sight to behold in the the of the two silver like fond in and in thei talk of the waters relate to each other banks with rosy where the r of women kind in and Kr green where the horses of the and see the tho mist l and spray with a thou hues a tints a colors of the up the stream of the current of corn waters it was a sight of to view the waves like ocean tides rise and sink in white foam jets and in one broad sheet of water roll below the lofty dam and dash whirl and on the giant rocks be low over the we saw that Pick would at the on tho morrow We hoard him All life his voice has ever rung in ears like the mu lo of the of the gay Mr was not like or to of from the sun lit clouds that deck the with and or tho acts heroes in colors as as his was of a conversa Often tional kind He could weep with one eye and with the other one time his would bowed down in tears at the would ring with of for his f NVo never will tho heart of Mr when he how at the battle of the Wm led the hope of the as brave as the of the Inker men the rose and of the fair State to and the dense of the dark forest adown into the river to the jaws of death to the jaws of hell All over that of death could be heard the litig yells the hor rid howls the warI hoop of the savage foe The from tree to treee in the the long grass and no quar ter to the brave in his On the edge of the battle where death held high could be seen the form and crest of with in hand above the battle tide like the white of bo still to the to him by the ladies of In the front rank and the of the savage foe on this field with the red rain of battle could be seen the folds of that star like the eagle amid the storm in im in On tho spot where fell and from the fled the flag of the Stars and all tat tered and rout with ball and with heroes blood was found the cold body of score or more of brave Ken all and with horrid In the dark ness of and the rack of there could be heard all over the of joy and sorrow There could be heard the screams of the dead wife there could be heard the cries and moans of child bereft of father There could be seen the clad in the sable of in for her pale cold dead on the field of battle on the field of honor on the field of glory There could be seen for his brave bpy on the field of battle on tho banks of the far off There could be seen the said sad face of the the tears what you eat jams only 8 cents per jar at Cos t 421 trains leave 100 p m 815 a in nati 480 p m 880 a m for over L N = vania Erie Akron Route Round trip may be over it to Lake Falls and resorts Ask 0 H P Agt Ohio for in about fares etc GOOD MAN Rev H D D of the Home Mis in Ga on last at 8 p m of a of aged 54 years Dr was an able fear less and and He had been past or of a of Bap tist in and also at Bal Md Until the last two years he had been one of the in the at He was a man and very He will be in all the of life He leaves a wife and two grown Mr Price Ker foot and Miss a host of to mourn his end The were to his old home for after at the by hie friend Rev Dr by a of others The at has space in the of the for an The to be on view are three sizes 28x22 22x14 inches and 7x5 inches Room for 82 of the size has born to the A few ago food which I ate for would not remain on my for half an hour I used one bottle of jour Kodol Cure and can now eat my and other meals with a relish and my food is Kodol Cure for H S Pitts and W FOR Ve have for salo a second hand at this office 41tf 1 AND take of the op and the re duce rates This coun try fully and and in a now with a large map which will be to any upon re ceipt of six cents in by W B 22 Special reduced prices Nobby J is k 1lI S FARMER Main Lewis Streets FRANKFORT KY bOES FORGET extraot speeoh delivered Sherman formerly county ivmeetingheld ExKentuokians Dallas subject 1being Orators Kentucky 1Itsbows membrance boyhoodWhen Elkhorn located along valley picturesque either magnifi witness junction Elkhorn beautiful valley valley valley bright Going rooky through pools sparkling springs gushing grand charming valley meeting streams brothers loving embrace gibberis- r along flowing splashing decked journey bowers sported fairest loving dalliance charming beauty Through pastures r roamed swiftest theI1waters paint glittering sparkling rsand thousand thousand gorgeous rainbow Further double mingling grandeur mighty capped extended laughing splash scatter Boylike looking grand archway Johnson speak White Sulphur Springs speak through charming 1our sweettoned midnight serenade Trubadour Johnsons oratory Marshall Orittenden gather golden wreathes rhetoric horizon brilliant beauty gorgeous grandeur paint dying tof brilliant resplendent rainbow oratory laugh tAt audience another welkin shouts laughter amusing anecdotes forget pathetic searching oratory Johnson related Thames General Whitley forelorn Kentuckians guard expectancy glory through undergrowth swampy bottom valley bloodcurd frightful bloodthirsty warpainted Indian scalpingdarting hiding thickets crawling through giving Americans he- met merciless pathway bloodstained cauldron carnival lordly waiving General Whitley bloody falchion soaring plumed Charles Navarre Although mortally wouunded clung starspangled banner given Kentucky onslaught crimsoned flaunting flowering banner fearless cloud gathering floating perial majesty rejoicing triumphant victory Tecumseh whence Indians Stripes stained dying beneath poleI General Whitley tuckians hacked gashed wounds gloom despairs Keutuokyland lamentations wailing soldiers piteous weeping maiden drapery despair consolable herolover Kentuckyfather sorrowing soldier dying Thames brokenhearted mother burning pityingKodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests Princess tIDaily Cincin Buffalo Pennsyl LinesThe tickets obtained Ohautauqua Buffalo Niagara Canadian oui8villeKyCincinnati formation iiiiiiii GONE Franklin Kerfoot Secretary BapItiatAtlanta Saturday complication diseases Kerfoot eloquent preacher profound theologian number Churches Kentucky Brooklyn Yand timore within profesBors Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville strikingly handsome physically attractive socially sadly missed relations children Branch Mattie Kerfoot besides warmly attached friends untimely remains brought Shelbyvillo interment funeral services Baptist church conducted lifelong Henry McDonald assisted number Macbanics Institute Rochester obtained Educational Division PanAmerican Exposition exhibit pictures placed inches largest given institute mouths breakfast stomach Dyspepsia breakfast thoroughly digested Nothing equals Dyspepsia stomach troubles DyspepsiaCure Longmoor McKee Hardie SALE Williams typewriter Apply OREGON WASHINGTON IDAHO largeimmigrntioll should advantage portunites greatly wonderful accurately described illustrated booklet mailed address postage Kniskeru Fifthavenue Chicago Shirt Waists on our ele gant line of Shirt Waists the time to Cor and bz heartrendoriug liangdonOreasey Now buy them LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND 2 DallyEx No4 Daily Leave Lexington 225 pm 740 am810 pm 880 amL E Junction 8 22 p m 845 n m II018Y 360 pm 918 am Stanton 400 pm 925 a m Natural Bridge 485 pm 054 am Torrent 449 p mlO08a m Beattyville Jnnction5 rll p nUO29 a m Arrive 015 p mll90a m WESTJBOUND Kx Sun No4 Daily Leave Jaclcson 625 am 225 pm 826pmII8ooam40lpmIIClap City 842 a m 489 pm L E Junction 910 am 508 pm 929uin520pmArrive Nos JunctionMt Sterling and Ashland J R BARR General Manager CHAS SCOTT G P A T R S P A Eczema salt rheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are quiCklycured by DeWitts Witch Huzel Salve The certain pile cure Scuth Longmoor and W McKeo Hardie Going SouthIf so you secure many advantages by ing via Cincinnati tho Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains pen etrate every part of tho Central South hour schedulo Cincinnati to Jacksonville and New Orleans 9 hours to Chattanooga a8 hourstoShreveport 36 hours to Port Tampa Observation parlor and cafe carsfree re clining chaIrs Through Pullmans to all portant Southern cities ten tdnnUf vo oftan seat tot tU uUaf Wilt uiilwut w c UNItAIION a t r didNew Fast TainTO CoLoradoANDHEPACIFIC The now trains will lenvo St Louis 000 in dally Tho trains to same points 1010 p in daily Double daily car service SanFruniscoExcursion tiolcutri now on sale For further information call on or address RTG MATTHEWS Tray Pass Aut Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gun Puss Ticket Agt Be Louis Mo j YouMILES Should use rJFJFLOUR FIKiST Because it in the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory ant home labor is production Tile T4Fri11D CoiJ N MILES Sec I1fILWty KENTUCKY 6 IIN la flit Hiy Zi IMt No1 NO 141v Louisville 745am 400pm 7x6tIMI6ArloCHPIArwxsTUOUND Na No t o 04ArAr Larencebg 20am 680pm 5UM a3laaArBASTBOtJND WX3TB00WB No 13 No 1LSTATIONS No 12 N a OOiii am Lv LoulsvU Ar 74Opm lo4625pm loOOam Lv LarnobrgArl 590pm SOir 715pm 1043am HorodsbgLv 440pm 7904BJ 730pm JIsTDOimD IftSSamJAr BurglnLvl fitt4j No 15tNo STATIONS No itftNo 400pm 745am Lv Loulsvil Ar 1040am 740M532pm 010am Lv Shelbvll Ar 010am 41M847pm 1023am Lv Versllea Ar 760am B0naiTlOpm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am J40p 740pm 1150am Ar Georgia Lv 700am i111N BA3TBOUND WMTUOUN8 tNo 1N STATIONS tNO a tNo 745am 4 00pm Lv Loulsvll AEI1040aml 7 50IMIi106pm Ar Irvine Lv LI STATIONS NaL Nfc IILv Louisville 745am 7 Ar Lexington 1045am 10 ttuiArAshevllle illSArLv Chattanooga 005pm ILGOwvArArJaeksonville 830am 1000 Lv Chattanooga eIOpm 045401 Ar Birmingham lo05pm II Ar Meridian 230am 93 Ar New Orleans 830am No through sleeping oar Louisville to flIN ingham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 tree observation ohalroar LouisvUta LexingtonNo observation chair oil Lexlngtoa LouisvilleNo car Birmingham to LoulsvlU via Lexington 4Burgin4TBetween Versailles and Georgetown NO and dally Nos67andC3dallyexoeptSundaa- Between Versailles Nioholasvllle Rltte Bond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other tralna dalljs- FSCUNKONSd VPfcOM J M OOWT M Washington D a Washington DQ WATTJHKQPA WMBTJLTLOBAOPA Washington D C LoulavlUa XA iOMu4Ulkt7 of BNttitl 1t1 IIt RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALl McCreadytelSunday Holy Communion 9 a m Morning prayer and sermon at 11 n m Evening prayer at 580 p m Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 945 a m Wednesday evening prayer pm To all these services the are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHRewlB Adams foItit 11 a m and 8 p in Sundayschool in the chapel 14b a m Special classes S1young men Peoples Society will ftt chapelPrayermeeting in mteats all are cordially in Yited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev preaeltomorrowChristian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 710 Leader Lucylo Lillard The Whatever of Our Pledge This will be last meeting until Sept Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday at 380 in tho chapel Prn er1l1eetfng on Wednesday night at 800 Topic Our Country The public will bo cordially wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH T heUsual services tomorrow conducted t MajortheLow mass at 780 am High mass 10 am Vospors at 780 p in- FIRST PBESBYTEJIIANCHUBCH Dr J i Blayney the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in i Sundayschool at U45a m i Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in tho Sunday school room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ng at 780 The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev Ji K Savage the pastor Mlll preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 In Epworth League meets at 7 oclock in the Ladies Parlor V Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 public cordially invited to at tend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHUBCH Bev Wm Orowejr the pastor will preach at 11 arm and 8 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m ChristianPrayermeeting Wednesday even at 780 p m publictar BUYS PROPERTY Dr N M Garret has purchased the residence property of Mrs Ada Smith next door to Mr J M Case on Broadway street for 2200 cash PURCHASED HOUSE AND LOT Mr W G Sargent purchased on Saturday last from Mr Ben Marshall the two story frame house on Murray und Campbell treats formerly belonging to the estate of Mr L W Glore for 1260 cash Mr Sargent and his good wife will sdon move to town to spend their declining years I r wish 1F r Ve can satisfy you in respect to h comestoof Fahys Gold Filled Cases and Brooklyn Solid Gold Cases from which you choose is not all we are showing in new goods We have just opened another handsome line of FANCY CLOCKS CUT GLASS in new patterns and CHAFING DISHES M A SELBERT Reliable JewelerUse Kahalia in your Alcohol lamps IgUllllt mnJllllli IIMJI SPECIAl it- d INDUCEMENTS FOR I 130 I IITHE ECONOMICAL buyer is always on the lookout a fortunate opportunity especially when our highstandard clothing figures in special sale In the ordinary course of our business weare bound to have BROKEN LOTS and ODD SIZES and we now offer aboutr125 SUITSS ANDII= Which belongFd to our regular 1000 S 1200 and t SOb lines Most of them this seasons goods for 500 This repwresents an accumulation of broken lots and Cheviots oddsizes Fancy I Casimeres and 250 Childrens Suits 15ofliSee Our Great Window Display D G CRUTGHER CO 1 ==Messrs Robert L Moyers Geo Semones and Jeff Davis returned this week from service in the army in the PhllllpninoB They were looking unusually well 2 The Right Time therightto keep the right time is I IfliAll bewildeingvanetyofpatterns J This DAYS iiGeo A Lewis of this office as Grand Generalissimo of the KentuokyMasonicbuUdmg iITEIE BEST GROGERIES AND LIQUORS r T LOWi ST PRICES Ti JOHN ID1IS OLLS Jt f o =z DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and danger ous results of throat and lung troubles Vhat shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced in nil civil ized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Bosohees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ dis ease but allays inflammation onuses easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the RecomIJ W R ViI liams Co 42ly If you AViint individual ices for entertainments or special occasions Luther F Violett is prepared to furnish them on short notice He is prepared to furnish all kinds of ices of atshortNo 79 40tf LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Whfcb in Quality and Flavor Are TO ANY BEER MADE EQUAL IN THE LAND CALK FOR IT TilE iPKO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry I0 ROBINSON Frankfort t r211D YOMAR A TRUSS IIf lot mo fit All kinds martanteed Prices right J W GAYLE Druggist Marketbouso Oor Ann and Broadway Frankfort Kr 2417 nn 1 T 4f16 YEARS EXPERIENCE W JI GRUNWALD I ProfcssipnarPinno and Organ Tuner and Be OUye tJ GEORGE H STEHLINrDec lyar 1 DO YOU stockITo sell real estate timber or coal of goOdS Do want to buy or exchange for thnrtlculnrs d76DccTry Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Yorkguaranteed t l PLANTS FOR SALE t t iJplnntodbaijo toAUGUST894t Thorn Hill 1Ik ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUP TIONS ndRemioks AtJohn Dress Box i Couches t Bed LoungesS ISofa Couches and ok f J Chairssr We are overstocked on above and offer special inducements in the way of prices for the YytoR Rogers Sons Dec 1ly i W J P P INGHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS r tl6NIIWRivJII6 Leaded ana Repeater THEMJInsist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy 1 I IDEATHS N 28 Miss race Tilford only child of Mr f Robert W Tilford and wife of granddauglii f tlTilford was in the bloom 4of beautiful young girlhood be tOg only 17 years of age In February while attending an art school at New Orleans La 1 styewas attacked with la grippe which settled on her hmosHer- parents resorted to every thin i known to medical science to re r store her to health and as a last means sent her to Asheville N 0 Alas nothing couldstay the bandof the grim monster Quietly calmly and rejoicingly she saw the conqueror approaoh ing but with faith unshaken and 7trusting confidence in Him in whom she had believed she t i awaited the change triumphant J in the dying hour We mike the following excerpts from a letter written by a lady wwwas with her for the last two Weeks of her illness She did not suffer at the last y just sweetly fell asleep Her beautiful resignation and trust was an inspiration to me- L Two days before her death when she was very sick she sang part + of Mother Dear Jerusalem saying that it suited her case exactly it Oh It was wonderfully beautiful to hear her talk The remains were taken back to her home at Greenville Miss for internment To the griefstricken parents and loved ones we tener our sincerest sympathy in theirgrentl- oss LEXINGTON 5 CHAUTAUQUA V The annual ohautauqua at Woodland Park Lexington com Iu menced Under very favorable ll auspices on Tuesday last and will continue until July 5 jt It has been well attended so far and we hope it wIllgrow in i rattendance to the end i f tiReduced rates on all railroads ibnve been secured t i RUN isAIL IN FOOT Mrs Henry Shaoffor was sounI fortunate as to stick a nail J b foot on Thursday injuring j member pretty badly Her injuries were promptly attended to HARD AT IT Dr J 6 Collins had his first kiln of new brick flred on Wednesday afternoon It contains 150000 brick to be followed by a second with r 300000 This enterprise should be assisted by every one here who needs briqk by buying from home people ONE FARE TO CINCINNATI I Low rates via the Queen Ores 1 cent Route account Christian En t deavor Convention July OthlOth Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rinoarson G P A Cincin nati TOOK PREMIUMS Mr T L Edolin the jolly pop iular and brilliant lawyer and amateur photographer took two- prizes in the Paynes Magazine contest for amateur work on his unique picture mention of which we made some weeks ago entitled Race War wherein some white and colored gamins were shoot ing oraps The first premium was in the regular class and the second in the s eepstake We congratulate our friend upon ISllocess r t ir Rl MATRIMONIAL DARNELLNELL At the resi dence of the brides mother in this city on Wednesday morning Mr James S Darnell and Miss Marvin Nell daughter of the late Dr E111 Nell were married by Rev J R Savage of the Metho dist Chuorh The happy pair left immedi ately over the F C for Buffalo N Y to attend the Pan American Exposition- We tender our hearty congratu rations I resgidence of the brides father in this county on Weduseday Mr Herbert Lee Smith of Bourbon county and miss Ruby Tinsley daughter of Esq S M Tiusley were married by Rev M B Adams of the Baptist Church FOLLISBURTONAt the res idence of the officiating minister Rev George Darsie 104 Main street on Wednesday evening June 26 lOOt Mr Rufus Follif of Thorn Hill and Miss Cora Burton of South Frankfort NIRA11i SPALDING At the home of Mr J M Wakefield near the Big Eddy on Wednesday evening June 26 1901 Mr David Wham and Miss Amanda Spalding both of this county WOODSON GLASS At the home of the bride in Glasgow Breckinridge county Va on Wednesday Juno 26 Mr D Meade Woodson and Miss Mildred Glass were niarfied j They will be at home near this city after Monday July 1st MISSING The family of Mr Joseph Rosenberg of this city are very uneasy about him Since he closed out his clothing store here he has been trawling as any opti ciao and recently rote his wife from a point in West Virginity near the Elkhorn Valley stating that he was going to the towns in that valley Since then the two terrible storms have occurred in which so many lives were lost Mr Rosenbergs family have been aboutsTRACED HERE The George florist who so mysteriously ci appeared last week was traced to this city whom he stayed all night Wednesday nigh t and left on the C d O train on Thursday morning Ho was a member of the A O U W a num ber of the members of which order are searching for him Public Sale OF City Property Etc gY order of the Board of Directors of Far more Bank of Kentucky the following property will bo sold at public on Monday July 11901 County Court lay nt oclock m viz SouthSldoJ L Rodman 8 Son A twoHtory brick residence now occu tootoJof old brewery 8 A brick lions and lot adjoining second piece foot front running back aXHoot forlused as bottlin houso for brewery Another lot frontiiiR 75 on Ann IUnntityproperty n manufactory Soy lhl8 are on this lot AlloyliO0 About acres of land all in gratis known lwtllUughOUROHas largo rock quorry on farm Porous wishing to purchase any of this orty arc requested to oxamino saute boforo lay of TERMS Onethird cash balauco payable in notoboaringed purchasers to keep insured to liapublotoFARMERS BANK OF KENTUCKY PltESIDENT412t II1iiiffI famous f ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NV J The low price Aat which Arbuokles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has A quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article information with each package WFull Save the signatures HIS LPE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Cholera HemedyIColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy afc one time saved my life says A E Lnfnlett of Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri I woj in such bad shape that the motors said I could not live Whon I was tit tho lowest ebb one of my neighbors brought in a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and I took it and got instant relief I soon got up and around That was nine years a o and I am still iq good health Since then that medicine line alwas been im my house and always will booItj the best on earth For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor Rev Robert Emmett Abraham who leas boon nv iv at Gambler College Ohio lain the city TO OUR PATRONS The Frankfort Telephone Co elating your patronage nUll desiring to meet the demand for its service in n manner worthy and tboIgrowth which is annually ours lensed now quarters on the southwest corner of Main and St Clair whore we purpose installing our new plant which will bo absolutely up to date This work of reinstalling the plant is a tedious and delicate undertaking and the service will of necessity be below business standards luring that time This work is in the line of improvement dqwover and we ask your indulgence for a little while when we will give you ser Ico of tho highest standard The com muy claims some credit for the work it nits already done Coming into the field loss than three years ago it has built p an exchange of over three hundred con nections in this county and has reduced tho rentals to 815 and reo per year for city connections n rate that is practicable and within the reach of the people Wo have planned extensive work in the county Contracts have been made and ooutmunltyInwill be completed during tne summer Wo lecogni7 the favor of your patron ago and appreciate your kindly dlspbsi thou toward us and endeavor to inorlt it in our business and personal re lations THE FRANKFORT TELEPHONE CO By YW hQNQMOOR Sec and Truas OCDTAYlOR WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN BOND Al WHISKEYS IS TUBCORK AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAYLOR5DISltttT FORILLUSTUED E H TAYLOR JR C SONS FRANKFORT KY PLYMOUTH AND PITTSRURGH GOALS t i r lam receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth anil Pittsburg Coalof i the best quality Leave your orders while it is Jnr e and clean and they shall have my pertollnlnttentiOllL Hoge Coal and Feed Compan w H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 i M SALEfrLGASHj 4ii w r Lrr AS ANNOUNCED WE WILL CONTINUE OUR SALE 0FGoCarts best rubber tire only 295 GoCarts steel wheels 245 Center Tables from 40 cents up Bed Room Suites solid oak 814 and up Oak or Mahogany Curtain Poles lOc each or 2 for 15 cents Golden Oak Leather Seat Rockers 110 and up Polished Oak Hat Racks 450 andupCouches of all kinds 575 and up Lots of other great bargains Sale ends Tuesday June 25th R ROGERS SONsrNOTEAll persons having claims against the firm will present them for payment All parties knowing themselves indebted to us will please call and settle by July 1st c j CUTTING SORAPE ON TRAIN I V Capt James Fitzgerald who jjrtvaa conductor on a Sunday ex Tqiirsion train lust Sunday had passengerSnear night The negro inflicted vv foral cuts on Oapt Fitzgerald and when the train crew attempted to Koapture him jumped off and es i aped It is known however and rwill be captured jOapt Fitzgerald was pretty badly used up Later Two negroes have been arrested and jailed at Georgetown for the offense r WILL PRACTICE IN GEORGETOWN Dr R P Buokmaster thehus tljng young Osteopathio Physi clan has arranged to open aI branoh office in Georgetown HeI will visit that city on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday of each week His office is in the Well ington Hotel T Dr James MoKee of Woodford county who has just graduated at ftlhe Kirksville Mo Osteopathic college win assist Dr Buck TurrowIfiniMILIrARY CAMPS r Many military organizations intend to visit the PauAmerican Exposition during the summer r Arrangements have been made to provide firstclass accommoda tions for them The Exposition will maintain a permanent camp within the grounds for the accom modatiop of about 200 men at one timeIv This camp will be supplied with jj tents floored cots buckets basins pint cups light water and sinks for the use of which no charge will be made It will be necessary f for visiting organizations to fur onisb their own blankets and sub ii iitence There will be no aocommoda tion for cooking in this camp but- S the visitors will no doubt be f fable to make satisfactory arrange- meats with restaurants nil the grounds at reasonable rates r Wuiing Willow Furattire ted Wider CLair s lfek r hAlrp ooa ttteess Mifod tat j M M fMMd to leek like Btv with Gold Dust Waiting Powder M4 mm facts UM a Mrvbhtef bnwbj when tM r bMH ai du lui gelled ftt frwht follow I wlb a oft dry chci doth wipe dry WMtolron beds can also bo wubtd by this sod but roust bo wind dry quickly abt b Ukm j oouvuf 1oaatncbuci se iuNb- w 1T K CMIPANT i It is expected that orgauiza tions taking advantage of these camp privileges will at such time as may be agreed upon beforehand give military without chargein the exhibitionsI Bands in uniform mitted to the grounds free Organizations using this camp will pay one general admission per man when they enter the grounds and must be governed by the rulesI and regulations laid down Exposition Com On account of punyIof organizations now applying for camp facilities at the Exposition the use of this camp will bo limited to a period not exceeding six daS for any one organization Large bodies of troops visisting the Expositionmust be quartered out side the grounds where a large onm for the purpose has been es tablished Major Chalres J Wolf is in charge of the Military Bureau and he is kept very busy these days furnishing information to organizations intending to visit the Exposition MrJames Brown of Putsmouth Va over 00 years of age suffered for years with a bad sore on his face Physicians could slot help him DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie t RETIRES FROM BUSINESS Mr John W R Williams who has been operating a drug store on Main street for several years has sold out to the SouthLong moor Co which is composed of Messrs Sam South W W Long moor and Russell Hughes The new concern will take charge on- Monday next July 1st Dyspeptics can not be long livid 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 Kodol 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 MoKee Hardiie HotWOIk hdwork without ColdDus f All the beautiful cool and airy summer have found plnce on onrshelvesI We are anxious to show you the pretty patterns we in printed Dimities haveI Batistes Crepe de OrgondiesetcIt t goods and we will be glad to show you through our splen did assortment We are now in polka dote and wide utripen lOo per yd BntiRtes In polka dots and stripes lOo per yd Dimities in stripe dote and wavy effects 16o to 20o per yd Grope do Lyous in grays and greens 20o yard Syrian Tissue in red pink and blue effects 2fio nor yd Plain colored Organdies 25o yd A beautiful assortment of White Dimities and Cross barred Muslins CI Kagitt Bro St Clair St Near Bridge HAND HIM ALONG A slioktongued goodlooking stranger came to this pity on Monday claiming to be a Y 11 0 A worker He secured day board on the South Side at the same time renting a furnished room A short time afterwards it was discovered that he had entered the room of a fellow lodger picked the lock of a trunk secured a tin box containing val uable papers out it open and finding nothing of value to him threw them into a closet and skipped When the facts leaked out there was considerable con sternation among the parties con cernedHe the name of Leonard and claimed to havfe attended a school for training Y M 0 A workersxHe iff a base impostor Hand him along AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPx IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS u u 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Juno 16tn 1 v YYlP v VZSL cg vv LEXINGTON = CHAUTAUQUA LOW RATES VIA Queen Crescent Route IFROM ALL POINTS JUNCTION OITY AND WILLIAMSTOWN r LiQAsk Ticket Agents for Particulars LW C RINEARSON G P A JL o no IoGA THAT INJUN PICNIC Dont forget that Black Foot Tribe No 67 I 0 E M will have the grandest picnic of the season at Cove Spring Park on Thursday next July 4IThere will be lots of fun plenty to eat good shade and cool water for all The entrance fee is only 25 cents which includes the street car fare both ways Go out early and stay late if you wish to enjoy the day SHOULD BE CAUGHT is some scoundrel who is IThere the country between the Forks of Elkhorn and Peaks Mill who should be looked after and taught a lesson On Sunday night he went to the residence of a gentleman near Peaks Mill entered the room of the gentlemans daughter He caught hold of the night dress of the young lady when she woke up screamed and tore loose from the fiend The wretch became fright ened and jumped out of the win dow and fled This is the third attempt made by the same party it is thought to do some devil ish work He should be taught a lesson Men may differ on politics re ligion or finance hut all who have tried Banner Salve are agreed as to its worth for outs burns sores piles and skin diseases Its the most healing medicine in the world South Longmoor and W McKee Hardio J pr QUESTIONS ANSWERED Yes August Flower still had the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world YourImothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or billiousnese Doctors were scarce and they sel h dom heard of appendicitis nervous prostration or heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fer mentation of undigested food f regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organio action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you sat ItmatterPrize Almanac J W Williams Co 42ly You may as well expect to ruts steam engine without water as to find an active energetic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver is torpid when he does not relish his food or feels dull and Iqnguid after eating often has headache and sometimes iberlainslets will restore his liver to its 7tLnormal functions renew his vital ity improve his digestion and manePriceW Gaylos and South Long moors drug store o CASTOR IAtFor Infants and Children Tlii Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of