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JtliIiuiiru I fih FR NKFORT ROUNDABOUT I h e qIO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In 4dvanoe tid yVOLI XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JDU 6 I90GN0y 43 zf IIfr ml NEW COURT ORGANIZED tbqEasternllDistriot organized at Coviugton on Mqn y3ast Judge A M J Coohrln wa a sworn sin as Judge by Judge Valter Evans of the Western ll District Mr Jos B Finnell re mains ns the clerk Cnpt Stephen SG Sharp qualified as Marshal IfJudge J H Tinsley qualified as iiistrict with Hon GeQ JI Davidson aff Assistant District Attorney Mr Walter G Chap mean was reappointed clerk i afe K this placerkIIRfeA DECLINED V Gov W 0 Bradley Who has recently moved to Louisvlije to ractice law was offered the pre ncyofnbig financial trust at fa fine salary After considering the matter for several days the Governor finally declined to ac- ceptfc Stating that he would prefer continue in the practice 9f the iw REAPPOINTED AAl AWiren Gapt Stephen G Sharp lpwat3swonin on Monday last he reappointed CoL Cons MdCarty tt ak Fieid Deputy 1Infshn1 The Colonel has been your Saniuel for a good long 1time W e refrain how long becausethe Colgnelis tw agay young follow ahddonwant hisdge discussed ttr Li HEDiDNT i WEAR A MASK J tr complateIMhic1den till used n 8 I jvaniehedr Sores Bpils Ulcers OarlDunoles ffcnnd Felons from its use Infall ib1e for Cuts Corns Burns Scalds t and Piles Cure guaranteed 25 cents at JYGay os- Th riSiLES OHF REAL ESTATEjih 1l gip fThfe following property of the old Farmers Bank of Kentucky f was sold at public auction on feM9nday county court day Brio business house on Bridge itree t in yilliams Jbjock now t tt occupied as a drug store by Megsrs vSbuth Longmoor to Messrs rJno C Noel and E D Arm= strong for 2000 yBusk store room adjoiningnow- used ae dry goods house by pMeBsrs JI L Rpdmnn t5iin to fy Messrs Noel and Armslroug for J isi6a p Brewery dwelling house ion Ann tr ettto Mr W Wilson for L075 f1 Jrew0ry bottling house ad joni nC tQ Mrv Kaltenbrun fdr lf750 Vac nt Jota ljoining and part oEbrou ry property to DrO Jeynolde for Q00 The fans i of the late Mr Blttiiuor containing 42 notes on High View to MrH Clay Wil weir 16r 2600- Theseo were ex c ly low prices but win br cod in n in reuts for t1iowners 4 Cuts and bruises a led by OnRmbollnin8 Pain Bal so in fgbout onethird the time any oAher ea Went would require boo use off its antiseptic qualities wftioh to h nl with out W1lItl j t 1 I Ir t SATURDAY NIGHTS KILLING The usual Saturday or Saturday night killing came off on schedule time about 12 p11 Of thatnight Itseems that Win Ritchie and Jno Win Evans both tiled hada rticus over a dusky d me linbed Ritchie killing him almost immediately Evans was arrested and lodged in jail to await the Action of thfi grand jury SLIGHT ERROR Iil1 pui statement in regard to the unfortunate Duncan Kirk scooting in last weekstissue we stated that Mr Kirk had gone home and then came back to the grocery store in Bridgeport when it should have been Mr Duncan who went home and then cause hack Mr Kirk was on his way bomewben shot This is but a small matter but we like to be accurate and we maka this dorrectiomnow Our informant led us into the error its that was theway he put it v CURED BRONCHIAL TROUBLE Chas E Davis 1071 W Congress street Chicago iI- i suffered for years with Bronchial trouble and tried mane kinds of medicines without relief tin i11 andJTdie PAINFUL ACCIDENT MraZ T West Fourth Avenue wassp unfortunate asto hnnftill at her home last week arid break the small bone of her left leg AVhilft the injury vas paiii t ful for a time arid very inconven ient Mrs West iSv dying nicely now ELOPEMENT FAILS J l iJ 1 The first of the week Mr Frankf Rogersthe ealoonist oloped witliJ Miss Drue Long daughterof Mr SloeJbutbe married her parents had Chief of Police Mason H P Williains- tc cause their arrest atiLejcirigton and the girl was brought back homo on Tuesday afternoon WHITE MAN TURNED YEL LOW- Great consternation was1 felt by the friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when theysaXv he wits turning yellow His skin slowly changed color also his eyes and he suffered terribly His Hejbut without benefit Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy and he VritesU After whdllyoaredless merit for all Stomach Liver 5001SoldIt is easier to than get cured Witts Little Early Risers taken now and then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote an gen tie action South- Longmoor and W MoKeo Ear die FOR SALE An Upright Kurtzpian Piano alias iFinrielis or atthiofficWv THE OLD WHEEL HUB been superseded ify tjpto fate methods of ranking linens 1Ye colonial housewife had to rest with the erode products the old spinning wheel The h OfIwife of today has the privilege theImodern loom We are to show you a beautiful assortment of table linens and napkins from the best markets in the ooHedIWe make the following prides for one week tablej66 in all linen unbleached table cloth extra 60o qunlity4ao yd 72 in all linen bleached table cloth 75c quality 59o yd 72 in all linen bleached satin datnasked cloth quality 79o quality of Table Linens in millend lengths 2yd lengths 189 2 yd lengths 6114 S yd lengths 209IDont let this opportunity go save money while yon can C KAGIN BRO 41 St Clair at Bridge 1 IMPROVING Mr Richard Kirk who was so badly woundedon Saturday last l5y Mr Ed Tn joauis improving aii good hopes are now enter- toned for his reoovery y COMMENCED BUSINI SSa Hammond Co the new lum ber merchants are now decidedly in the ring so far ns pflllinrr lumber is concerned Their place of business is at Wakefields old whenyou1Mnny thousands have Ibeqn re stored to health and happiness Ijy CoughRemedythroat or lung trouble give it a trial for it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted haveiyieldetl seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by its use Hear in mind that every bottle is warranted and themoneyror sale by J W Gayle and South fe Longmocir If you want the best puire ice crease made of pure cream call on L F Violett at the old Todd stolid near tike Bridge 40tff ff f t t Irw 711 fJe a W4if lt lj q TherHouse With a Reputation For Houest Dealing i alt jE WeAreReady lW 4 rr f II t 7 I goodsq tClures i NlerchantTailoiing 4Our cutter Mr W Hrrestablished reputation by the style and fitofI 7 Rhis garments as the best ever in Frankfort t JWe have a assortment of the newest weaves both foreign and domestic of suitings WLeave your measure with Mr Moran and you ir will have a suit you will be proud to wear 25 1 No and uprtt Readytowear Itt w If 4TH ice Clothingr ie I We can show you in this department a linerofsuits that can not fail t please you rtit tJf a t wool suits from 75010 20 and a perfect fit tno matter what price 25r r j- i i 1V tIKID SHOES iJfr Ve have more styles of these popular shoes 4 f1 than Were ever before exhibited in Fran kliPiv r Mens Shoes and Oxfords 400 500 600t r L Ladies Shoes d 300 and 350 Oxfords 250 1 t tJt1 r R K McGlure Sit IJYLSTREET4A Alz I Qt 1 1t SArrELLSAre t Frank Fehrs Cele + 4 r1 brateti Beer for fan ily and table use lYM rh ll pal a It 1 l t PERSONALS x l IIllo8dn i1Mrntivos in Lexington Miss Goranol Orutchor hah go to Georgetown to spund r qveral weeks Mr Robert Crutchor has htkena- popftion witlf Messrs Crutohor itarks in Louisville Mr A B Hammond spent the 4th with his parents at Pleasure vine Mr J Howard Duvall of Stamp inS Ground spent the 4h in this city s Mr Joseph Rupert of the Ruport t Grocery Co spent yesterday in Lexington Mr M J Hampton spent Wed nesday and Thursday in leorge- r towniMiss Lucille Savage who has been visiting hor grandmother in Oynthlana returned bomoon1I Thursday yf Cal Wm M Cravens of New v Castle was in the city Saturday on legal business r 7S Miss Margaret A Lewis left Wed nesday for Ghuly W VH to visit her brother Mr Will A Lewis Fridayp lioine at New Liberty Owen county r1LitHe Miss Nellie Williams spent 1d with friends in Emi Efc n ncoIt Mr TJrey Wpodson of Owens boro was the guest of his sister H Mrs Conway this week fDr H S Keller and family have K gone to Torrent to spend the boated term Mrs E L Davis rree Martin of was the guest of Mrs Bourne Owsleyv in this city daughterMissPalo to attend the PanAmerican Miss Rachel Lillard was called LL home on Tuesday by an accident to her near Lawrenceburg Miss Anna Willis of Waddy was Vs the guest of her sister Miss Ida i Willis this week J Miss M Brown Duvall has re turned from a visit to friends in Covington Mrs Wm T Scott and daughter Miss Mary Mason are visiting rol atives in Lexington k Mrs T L Edelen and children vhave gone to Bay View Mich to spend the heated term t Mr Morrison R Breckinridge l npt j and wife have gone Crab Orchard Mr A W Macklin of the Forks tiofElkhorn wont to Louisville on Wednesday Mr Geo A Lewis of this office Y made a business trip to Lexington J vort Wednesday Mrs Hugh Rodman returned Seattle Wash and San Francisco CnII Mrs WIn Addams of Cynthiana is the gu st of Mrs Lula B Long moor Second street i Mrs W H Lewis is visiting rol r ativesat her old honio at Ellxaboth town iirV H Newhall Jr of Louis Tllle was hero Monday shaking hands with his many friends T Master Marion T Lewis visite his grandmother Mrs J 0 Thorn ton in on Sunday Roy M B Adams attended the tj Fifth Sunday meeting at Swallow Hold on Saturday Mr Geo L Barnes of Bowlin 1O1oon was a visitor to his famil pi here fibs week Capt Robt L Grinstead hasre L V turned from a weeks visit to his VVfloln rrFled L Grinstead in i Richmond Miss Fannie T Lewis of Wood J ke who has been in Louisville months has returnedjf for several + tll home ilfSi Miss lade Lewis of Owensboro af JH visiting her cousins ft Fannie and Bessie Lewis at Wood lakeMr Eugene Crnlgof Versailles y who huH boon tm duty ns U S Storekeeper hero for the las month returned home Sunday fl Mayor V S Dehonoy returns d uponthon Xouisvllle br Miss Ora Scottow has gone Louisville to take a RUlTmelCOUrHo st Bryant d s oUege Tky Judge Daniel Janies and his U brother Mr John B James of l Fayatte county were in the city Monday Mrs Will Combs and Mrs Joel S pHead attended the dedication o i the now Baptist Church at Mon fcjroy on Sunday fe Mr Chas C Purr and wife re l turned Monday from a visit of SOy ertd days to his brotliorinlaw r Nelson4at Salvisa l r rou M f r ny = f roi 1 OURJQSSISYOURGAN IWQ have inaugurated a big Cut Price Sale on S WOOL AND SILK DRESS GOODS II Weare offering everything in our entire stock atreduced prices = Take notice of our prices SILKS We have placed our entire line of Foulard Silks out on tables so you can see everyspiece and put them in 3 lots Lot No 1 t The very finest satin Foulards the Si quality only 70c The 90c quality only 6Qc The 75c quality only50c The very best 27 in wide Black Taffeta Silk only BSc pricesj St Meitzel ODonnellSole Agents for Butterick Patterns Ask for Sheets Rev E F Wright pastor of Providence Baptist Church Wood lake and his family have gone to Alabama on a vacation Col D C Crutchor and wife left Thursday for Battle Creek Mich where they will remain several J S Peake who has been the guest of Mrs D C Crutcher returned to Georgetown on Thurs day Mrs W T Reading Miss Margaret Reading and Miss Nellie Fellmer will visit the PanAmer ican at Buffalo N YIMaster Allen Crittenden of Greenville Miss is visiting his HayeraftSouthProf F P Atherton returned Tuesday from a trip to the Eastern States and has resumed his musi Mrs John Allen Crittendon and daughter Miss Rose are guests of Mrs Z J Montgomery West Virginia Mrs John G Rogers who has been the guest of sister Mrs C L Graham in Georgetown has returned home Miss Clara Swigert daughter of Lt Col Sam M Swigert S A is the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Hendrick Swigert at Summit Station Sir J C liubbard returned Tues day from Birmingham Ala to be present at the mepting of the Board of Educatidn for the ejection tOf teachers and other officers Mrs Ella Dalton and children of Louisville cause hero to visit rel atives on the 4th She left her children for an extended visit herself returning home that night ofofLouisvillevho a boon daughter guests Macklindhomo on Wednesday Miss Carolyno Brock and her brother Air Geo M Brock jr spent Thursday and yesterday at Lyndon Jefferson county the guest of Mrs Dan Thompson brideySaturday and are at their idesnoW house two out on the Versailles pike Little Misses Sallie and Sue Bennett of Madison county who have been visiting little Miss Aubyn Ohinn corner of Shelby and Camp bell streets returned home yester day Mr Guy H and bride re theirsbridal trip and tI with Mr J B Hendrick and wife at their country home for the sunk mer sontWednesday whore Mrs Froggo and John will upend two months Prof Frogge will hold several teachers institutes this summer Mrs Bevan and throe little daughters recently from At viso1tucky will be in Frankfort on Mop day 8th instant for a few days on route to Philadelphia ONE PARE TO DETROIT Tickets will be on sale from all CrescentfRoute July 28d25tli good to re turn until August 2d account International Convention Brother hood of St Andrew Ask ticket agents for partioulars 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 10 to 20 per cent less than OUi regular price SEA SHOREEXCURSIONS VIA THE 0 0 RAILWAY To Old Point and Ocean View Va On July 16th the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run its an nual excursions to Old Point and Ocean View Va leaving Lexington on the regular express trains at 1120 a m and 845 p m reaching Old Point at noon and 085 p in the next day respect ively Round trip tickets will be sold for 18 good returning until August4th Sleeping oar berths will be 850 through in each di rection and will accommodate two persons at same rate Mr J Hull Davidson for many years properietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lexington is in charge of the hotel at Ocean View and has madea special rate of 250 per day and 1400 per week for 0 0 excursionists Ocean View is one of the most resorts on the coast iii full view of the ocean and has a fine smooth beach To Atlantic City On July 18th and August 15th the C 0 will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City at 1400 gpod returning twelve days Stop over will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good on regular trains Sleeping car berths will be 4 through in each direction Arrange your vacation for one oftheso trips The 0 0 can offer a diversity of scenery unsurpassed by any other line to the east Semi l in your name for sleeping car accommodations Do not wait until the last few days Ascertain what traii you will go on noon or night and advise To New York and return The C 0 will sell round trip tickets to New York daily at 270 going nude returning via Washington at 8445 going and returning via Old Point and the Old Dominion Steamer or going via Washington and returning via Old Pointer vice versa or return via the New York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets will be good ten days including date of sale and one stopover will bo allowed at Washington Baltimore Philadelphia or at Buffalo Write for full information GEO W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent ton Ky BUYS A LOT V Mr H Clay Wilson purchased from Col John L Scott sr on Wednesday a lot 200 by 200 feet partof his beautiful Edgowood place for 2000 I cash Mr Wilson will proceed at once with the erection of A handsome residence This would indicate that there will doubtless be demand for property for reRidenoin this soptlon of the clty rl hi Xi i r I0I II EMBROIDERIES j Big in Embroideries Special values at 5c 8c 10c l2lc and 15c SHIRTWAISTS r In White and Colors All new sfyles You can buy bur 150 and 125 Waits at 100 Qur 100 Waist 75d Our 75c Waist pOcotOur 50c Waist 39c v r 25 doz Childrens Muslin Drawersxonly 8c per pair 15 doz Skirts at 25c l Fashion Benjamin popular Lexing CASK J j f1tJ We give rebate checks on all f li- cash purchases thereby allow st ing you 4 per making v i4 you a partner iii our business tiWhy not buy from us Our t prices are the lowest and goods f of the best quality and we carry iY everything to be found in a first class Hardware Store B f- MSTACC BACON t MASONIC TEMPLE = FRANKFORT KY i Ii t Jreoke 4W js II August 12 13 fi4 15 96 and 17 19O1 I if3OOOO pURSE tI AND tf I iWED g AW a JfVE ART II II cut JI A MUSEMENT TTR ACTION INCLUDING AND THE MOST I AnRAY OF Ever Devised firth OF MAN DI RATES RAILROADS SEE rALL SILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG THAT PARTY here was quite a large party out to Grove on the line of the F C dear 3vitzdr where they will fish cud hunt for about ten days They took out a big lot of provis ions and camp in big oar Tueta- g ay lV s s 3OOOO 1 t rllorrNott XIJIE GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION AUG14ry SfClt 6HIBIT J 5OOOO GRAND I 550000S- X Bl a J sUE bou II I ATTRACTIONS ENTERTAINMENT liIEXCURSION FISHING wept Tooketts railroad equipment Grahams furniture E IALL t WHERE O GO 11If oonte late a visit to the PanAmorioan xposltion at But RSJ tt jIjg p1 KontuOlg Jiollief mutes Walk ot Pan Amerlcan fs Exposition +r sa d for map of Buffalo and rate lRr BANBLXTON Delaware Ayer 1i Formorlyot this oldtow4l2tl j r 4 l Jurte c1erice Salej J1 BELTS rfu i 190 lot Hof Leather Belts worth 250 to 750 goat 1 LISLE LACE HOSE 135cLisle Lace Hose goat 250 CORSETS V I Vfj ls The best makes from 48c up v Ii SILKS v lri 5 200 yards Figured Black Silks 480 i Foulard Silks from soc yard ups rJ l rICs DrOaNSON OCBThe White Front Store Main Street t1L THE GLORIOUS FOURTH I- The morning of the 4th of July tl was ushered in with lowering sky and slight rain but by oclock the rain had ceased and fleecrolouds kept the heat tt down until it was very pleasant 1l until noon i At 10 Black Foot Tribe Sto iP7 6 R M formed in proces ti sion headed by The Kid band of local boy musicians and Man 1i AfradofHisHorso Bndgoford marched through the principal 1Bteets of the city and lout to Cover k Spring Park whore their grand 4p wow was held The White Chief J B Dry den and his squaws were unique 4 feature of the parade The Pioneer Emigrant Mr realyThere was large crowd present muchfwhich was kept up until late Y hour In the night A slight shower hlphiV temperature clown so that the- wholeday was one of comfort and pleasure The small boy had his t inning with firecrackers and kept- it every body guessing about what would be his next turn So far as wo could learn there was no casualties of any kind TWe can not refrain from com Theyrvimisioal talent apd when thor duglily trained give promise of 4 good work SteamLaunchytenterprise Work guaranteede i1JcWhat Lw Motherhood M Mews Motherhood means either happiness or misery There is scant happiness for who in pain and weakness Ij brings into the weakling babe neither nurse nor nourish xDr1igrCes Favorite Prescription fits tonieu for motherhood It strengthens tht maternal organism It tranquilizes the nerves encouraees the appetite and bring8 refreshingsleep It makes the birth and gives the msther the nourishment to give her child A Thereno alcohol Favorite Pre tjy tcriptiontand is absolutely free from opium coca and all other narcotics words cannot express how grateful rim for your kind and our Favorite Prescrip non writes MH Barricksof Perrows Campbell Co feel that has cured I had been ealth for four years Suf fred greatly with toy right side with bearln down pains nerves were dreadful state uSlng four bottles your Favorite Prescription now well fshe mother two With the first child suffered hours and Vith the second used our medtelne and was sick only three hours believe Favor the best Srinc the for suffering females Hnsh you great 1success that God wtlt nfclcss you your noble work Dr Pierres Common Sense edical- Adviser paper covers iasenirtte on receipt of onecent stamps to vay expense of mailing only Address L V Buffalo N i ifTi Y- tI RIBBONS sc yard for all Silk Ribbon No5 6c yard for No 7 8c yard for No9 i5c yard for No 40 All new and desirable colors LINEN AND PIQUE SKIRTS Golf Skirts 198 JV Pique Long Skirts 198 Linen Golf Skirts 250 A beautiful stock of Fancy Linen and Pique Skirts Call and see them t I ii 1 r a c i r r a m I f a t a r j l I a t1 1 I a t a t i it i I a D Vs it in d in a f of m I t n Pt n to be in ld in v g in I 21 r r 4 rI I r If m I n I CHANGE AT WINSTON IProWinston School has boon elected to the chair of Mathematics and Mrs Winston to the chair of Modem Languages in Stephens College Missouri one of tho largest and in the South apIIIschool Prof J B Cassiday of Alabama will take the building occupied by Prof Winston the Turner place and run tho school on the same high plane adopting the same course of study etc Prof Cassiday is a graduate of one of the eastern colleges has been principal of a largo college for young ladies In Alabama for twelve years He is an elder in the Presbyterian Church and has all the excellent testimonials that one could possibly desire for schol arship business tact and integrity His wife was educated at a Vir ginia college is the daughter of a noted Presbyterian She has added to her accomplishments obtained in this country those acquired by several years study abroad We bespeak for Prof Cassiday the hearty of all who are interested In building up a higli grade college In our town He has wUljbeSMASHED BUGGY WHEEL If On Tuesday afternoon a horse belonging to the Cumberland Tele phone Co was driven intothe alley between the Rupert Grocery Coand Mangan Darnell stable on Main street and hitched to the wiro hitching place The flies were bad und the horse became restive In fighting the flies he became tangled up in the hind wheel of all old buggy standing near and was thrown down smash ing the spokes of the wheel and bending the spindle Strange to say the horse did not struggle after he fell and was released by the stable hands though not until his hind legs were both cut and bruised But few horseswould have been so tractable but torn every thing to pieces in their struggles ESCAPE t On Tuesday evening Messrs Harry G Tandy and W L Grayot with their wives and little Miss Ann V Grayot wore out riding in a two horse drag When they reached the corner of Main nnd St Clair street tho hind wheel of their vehicle heounie caught in the turn of the street car track and in attempting to driVo straight down Main street tho wheel was brushed down Luckily no one was thrown out of the vehicle although it was n close oalltThose fatuous little De comIipeltheir duty thus giving you pure rich blood to recuperate your body Are easy to take Never gripe South Longtnoor and W MoKeeHardie f j TEAHCERS ELECTED FOR THE NEXT SESSION 1At a meeting of the Board of Education on Tuesday night July 2 the following teachers were elected to serve for the session of 19012 High SchoolProf Geo 0 Downing principal Miss Mar garet A Lewis Miss S Wallace Smith and Miss Lena M Lynch Grade Teachers Miss Louise A Wiard Mrs Jennie M Chum Miss Anna Sullivan Miss Julia B McClure Mrs Lucy B Sargent Miss Prue H Brawner Miss Ells J Stephens Miss Loula M Nel son Miss Maude Whitohead Mist Emma Payne Miss M Scott Chinn Miss Rose M Crittenden t Miss Mary Lockett Smith Miss Rebecca S Johnson Miss Mary L MoEwan Miss Rachel Gromie Supply Teachers Miss Marie and Miss Berdie M Cougleton KindergtUtenMiss Mnrgarettc Page and Miss Bertha Talbott Assistant in Drawing r Miss Jessie Cox The Teacher of Educa tion Music Physica Culture am Drawing was not elected as the Board tool time to find some onto fill the place made vacant b the illness of Miss Hall Mr Sam Stone was elected engineer and Mr John Hayden Jan itorThese teachers and officers have each and all done their work faithfully and efficiently and deserve as they received a reelec tion in each case The only change from last years force was that Miss Emma Payne wa selected to fill the place of he deceased sister The Board of Education the thanks of the whole commu pity for their action and will re ceive it in full measure THE STREET FAIR Some how or other the Idea has gotten out that there will be no street fair this year Wo desire to correct statement right no and here THERE WILL BE A STREET FAIR and dont you forget it While some other matters have been occupying the minds of the promoters and directors for a time yet they will come to the iron with arrahgoinens for the fair In short time Every one recognizes the fact that the first fair we held was a grey t success and how much better tb lone last year was titan the first and the promoters promise stil- better things this year Wo hope that our merchants and business men will be ready to ron Idol any and all necessary assist anco when the committees call o them to help arrange for the fair We will certainly have a street fair JKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digits what you tat1 r iit fri lY LADIES VESTS Silk Finished Lisle Vests 33 130 apiece SILK WAISTS v 14 off price of all Silk Waists WHITE WAISTS A liberal discount for this sale LAWNS AND DIMITIES SC for Lawns worth 74ci 8c for Lawns worth loc and iz4c Reduction on all summer goods f A Liberal Discount given on all goods sold to July 1st r 311 Thursday cooperation wouldJiave NARROW MoNamara h r Pleasant to take Trodoptuk Laxative SyrupNAT- URES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bung about a l4 normal action of the bowels whn minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege 1table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness iBloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than t any other you have tried 0 ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE fig CURES BLOOD TROUBLES BLOOD POISON CANCER ECZEMA ETC COSTS NOTHING TO TRY IOld obstinate deepseated oases permanently cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B If your blood is tainted produc offensive eruptions aching fullingrmucous persswellings sore lip dry sore dull aching lancing shooting pains then you have blood poison or the beginnings of deadly cancer Don t experiment but take Botanio Blood Balm B B B made especially to cure nil malignant blood troubles like those named above and itching scabby ec zema carbuncles scrofula rheumatism cancer blood humors etc Heals every sore and all aches and pains Try it Costal but 1 ut druggists Treatment sent fret by to Dr Gil lam 200 Mitchell Street At andafree talus and free medical advice sent at once prepaid B B B origi yearseago lhousf 1many doctors and patent had utterly foiled Botanic Blood Balm B B B gives life vigor and strength to the blood making it pure and 411ynDOYOUWANTTo sell your real estate timber or coal stock of goods lOU want to buy or exchange for of property Write me with aU the partlcubirfViiH I be able to help you Ad dress Charleston W Vu Box Dec 16ly Tr 1CA S T1 C3 SI I SL Bears Signature the1ho Boughty 1Iof a rit tt RlBETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST IUNION STATION STATIONtr CHICAGOtDining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E BACON D P N W Cor 4 tli and Slurliot Sts LoulavllI I llr C dys COlJlIUron Fowlers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food ba put8hOlsecents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co st THeFianRfortRounilaDQiit Entered nt the postofficc at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass niailnble matter f i t QED A LEWIS Editor and Pub t J 2 FRANKFORT JULY 6l90ls1 4DELINQUENTS t Jjff 11Ve Desire tp calf tho attention of a number of oUt subscribers t- ottbe fact that they are in arrears upon their subscriptions ir We have notified some of them rf of their arrearages to which they v have not responded After this date we shall stop their papers unless they settle It their accounts There are others to whom jve A Yx will send notices in a short time i 79and shall expect prompt responses y or they will be discontinued like li wiseiii These are small amounts to the individual but amount to a con l siderablo sum in the aggregate VENERABLE AND VALUABLE rn t CITIZEN GONE tOU Saturday night Mr Thou tiff Poynter died at his home near 1 h iDucftets of the infirmities of age j xemnrknbleljfr Mr Poynter was born in Clark k county but removed to this countywhen quite a young man f jHe was at nlltim snnd on all tt occasions a hightoned honorable Christian gentleman a member h of the Methodist Church and a deader in all things making for the good of the community and State Quiet and unassuming yet fear less and true he commanded the t respeot and confidence of every one who knew him He was the father ofn large l family of sons and daughters 4dAr hinong them the late Rev Wiley l Taul Poynter D D of Shelby iville who grew to manhood and womanhood around him and were i the comfort and stay of his old age The wife of his youth died Mmany years ago but his daughters filllfl her j that desolation that always fol Li a lows a like sad event At the end of lifes journey he- met last in the trithe enemy umphs of the Christians faith fpldiug his hands over thetired heart and falling asleep as the trusting child on its mothers l Abreast cont which the remains were taken tot Lexington for interment among his kindred gone before t s Mr Poynters life was an in Lspiration in that he was faithful ar e t and true in all his deal P rings with his fellows and best of all with his God t j Ho was the friend of our child r hood and wearo proud to know H jlhat we retained that regard to the end r twoldaughters viz Mrs Hunter McIntyre Sue Poyntor Messrs John James WAfTilIf you S EMULSION would build you up your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in con j dition for next winter you I would begin to take it now tryttrearl Street New York li and t0o allwr 1sac druggistsI 1 rrI tt o L and Hiner itageinparted fnthoriTHE GREAT NORfli WESTS FIRST WHITE iOHlLD Ono of the most remarkable proofs of the amazing growth of that vast region of our country commonly called the Northwest with its numerous sisterhood of States and its populatiouof more than seven million people is the fact that it is only a little more than eighty years since the first whitebaby was born there The was a girl the daughter of a regular hrmy officer and the is still living A fascinating ac count of her eventful life the early years of which were spent among soldiers and savages will appear in an early issue of the Ladies Home Journal IT DAZZLES THE WORLD No discovery in medicine has ever created one quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Its severest tests have been on hopeless victims of Consumption Pneumonia Hem orrhage Pleurisy and Bronchitis thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds Asthma Croup Hay Fever Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it is the quickest surest cure in the world It is sold by JVGayle who guarantees satisfac tion or refund money Large bottles 50o and 1 Trial bottles free CLOUDBURST AND WRECK On Monday afternoon just before the F C passenger train reached Switzer there was a ter rible cloud burst with such a downpour of water that tHe tres tle over a smell valley on the F C railroad was undermined qnd the trestle so badly injured that when the train struck it only the engine succeeded in get ting over when the tender and the baggage car fell with the trestle The water was some five feet deep and running like a milltail Mr W T Reading jr who was acting as express messenger in the absence of the regular mes senger Mr Church Tinsley was thrown out of the oaf door and down the valley into the roaring cataract He was badly bruised on the right side of his head but swam out Capt Petty the conductor was cut and bruised up considerably Wonderful to relate no one was killed although there were about fifty passengers on the train who were all shaken up pretty well Deputy U S Marshal Con McCarty was on the train returning from Covington and had a very narrow escape as one of the steel rails crashed through the car window and only missed his head about six inches i The wrecking train was sent out and the road and trestle repaired The section hands had passed over the trestle on a handcar a short while before uptodateStomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25o Samples free Longmoorsdrug A bad qomplexioTT generally results from inactive liver and bowels In all such cases Do Witts Little Early Risers produce gratifying results South Long moor and W McKee Hardie The best cakes rolls and bread itill be found at Lu ther F VIoletts stolid Prompt attention given to all orders Phone 79 I40tf y l r ANOTHER BIG SHOW FOR LOUISVILLE Irhf Louisville Interstate Fair whiph is to bo held in Louisville September 28d to October 6th next under the auspices of the Mnl1u1IKentucky Livo Stock Breeders Association promises to 4 e Amer icas grandest exhibit of livestock products The Executive Com mittee have decided that the fair shall take place on Churchill Downs the spacious thoroughly equipped and accessible grounds of the New Louisville Jockey Club where thousands attended the successful lrnca season just closed Everything possible will be dorm for the safety and com fort of visitors experienced fire and police departments will be installed upon the grounds afford ing ample protection to all persons and property Substations will be established by the express companies Which will furnish convenient shipping facilities The nominal admission charges together with very low railroad and steamboat passenger rates will certainly do much to increase the volume of attendance while the offers of large preimums and cheap shipping rates will draw exhibitors in unprecedented numbers The cattle show will be particularly fine and extensive and will be held during the first week of the fair from September 28th both inclusive underthedirec tion of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association and during the week there will be mammoth sales of live stock including beef and dairy cattle horses jacks mules sheep and swine There will be 15000 given in cash premiums at this show The fair will be aI Simon Pure old fashioned coun try fair with uptodate and novel attractions While the exact features can not yet be announced it may be said that among them will probably be1 speed contests on an illuminated track including bicycle automobile Roman chariot and standing races as well as running trotting and pacing exhibitions there will be a magnifi cent Roman Carnival and a large number of thrilling midair acts aud attractions of high order of merit it havipg been determined by the promoters to tolerate no immoral or fraudulent exhibitions on the grounds There will be 2500 given away in prizes October 4th and 5th in the champion amateur athletio moot in which Americas greatest athletes will compete Transpor tation will be furnished qualify athletesWe redby the mariage ment that no pains or expenses will be spared to make this fair one of the largest and grandest ever attempted in this country dyspepsiaby properlydigested DyspepsinOure natural digestauts hence must digest every class of food and so prepare it that nature can use it in nourishing the body and re placing the wasted tissues thus giving life health strength am goodl1enJtbymoor and W McKee Hardie Pianos any organs Before purchasing n piano or organ call on or vrrito Mrs Lula H Miller agent for D H Baldwin Co No 610 Third Streqt South Frankfort Ky Jricwr on Pianos 120000 nnd up and old Pianos cheap New Organs 6500 and up Old Organs 2500 And upEatJy pay m andOrgamJuno 1I n THROUGH SLBKPIKG OAR TOlVia Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily loam Lexington 1050 a m nrrhV Chattanooga 550 p m nrrlvt- iAtlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack jonvillG 880 a m Equally as AlsoJhas through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jrick eveningSouthern with tho Queen Crescent Route Is the only lino with 24 hour schedule between Louisville and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jackson for all pointsin South Florida Winter Tiokets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and tho Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico Via Southern Railway Information 230 Fourth Avenue PasseQgerAgentW A AgentWashington O WM H V A G P A Louisville Ky FOR SALE One Show Case with Viable eight feet long Two Upright Show Gases One Upright Ribbon Gase Holds 800 piecees All above cases are of best wal nut S D JOHNSON QO 82tf Low Rates North To Dells and Dales of Wisconsin On one day only iTuesday July 10th the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to various resorts ill Wisconsin att very low rates They will be good going only on above date and returning for 15 days thereafter See list of prices in display ad vertisement For further infor mation address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky For two years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa wasin poor health on account Of kidney trouble He consultedjBeveral physicians and spent considerable money for medicines 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 n The most delicious soda water cherry ice ice cold and refreshing drinks vill be found at the confection ery of Luther P Violett at Todds old stand Call and give him a trial 40tf FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leave CJhioago daily for Mil waukee Madison Green Bay Fond du Lao OshkoshEsdanabia Ishpeming Marquettp Ashlaud St Paul MipneapolisandDuluth and all points in Wisconsin and the Copper Country Quickest time Service unequaled The best of everything For tickets rates and full infqrmation apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Call at J W Galeys and South Longmoors drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve the appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect KudolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the digestive organs It Is the latesGdiscovereddlge5- tant tonic No other can approach it in efficiency It In siantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all otherresults of imperfect StinesmullslaePrtM4 by E C DtWITT A BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana 2 Colorado facific Coast t Utah Washington Omaha r St Paul Nebraska f Black Hills i VI AiSt Louis or Chicagort VESTIBULED TRAITS SLEEPERS DINING OARS CHAIR CARS fIW1Frrf nUQQ PASSR ST Mt HOWARD ELLIOTT QENL ST LWWAKELEYQENLPA SSRAOT87LOUISM II Best Route to St Paul and Min neapolls t tTIJeftdnJlrequaled The best of Three other firstclass fast trainsy daily from Chicago also 90J t 1i m daylight trains 1000 p rn iI Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex 1 tickets rates and full li Jpressinformation apply to your ne r est agent or address A F OJevejjJI land 485Vine street Ohio v CURE FOR CHOLERA INFANTS TUMNEVER KNOWN W4 TO FAIL During last Mayan infant obit tt of our neighbor was 8ufferiug L from UUUJO1U IIJIUIJOUHJ AHajv rlreooveryberlan s Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to he house tellingr iliftwo days time the child bad fuUyrrecovered The child is now vigi 2 orous and healthy I have reoom mended this remedy frequently and have never know it to fail Mrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter i Ohio For sale byT W Gayle j and South Longmoor 14i LOW RATE EXCURSIONS Q COLORADO AND UTAH 4EVERYDAY v ltttVmencing Juno 18th continuing through the summer These will l t be the lowest rate summer excur jtt Y1J4Mountnin6aflis is only one fare plus 2 foiIithe round trip but on certain dates fnr instance from Julylstito 9th inclusive lower v rates are offered tl J The Burlington Route is the 4 Ito best line the main traveled line vThis i outing m thIS magnificent 80 nio l ijJ and delightful summer region fThe general scheme of exaur8ionltrates isso extensive and varied that inquiries for details should bn mhde of the nearest picket agent or of the undersigned Do us the favor to write for informaticD t printed matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The oheapest excursion rates f or h the public ns wellnS EpWQ th t 1Gotan Louis from A nt night n j1Rio7 Scenic Colorado Sajft Lake City California exoursiiis every Wednesday r persona y J tllrough touri at sleepers sanisi i roufe as noov Send for desorip t tivo folder iW M SHAW tlD P A 406 Vl1o Stree l +f ClUClDUft1 Qi LW WAKELEY Iq i G illenSt LoiiiH Mo- HOWARD 1 gefieral St Manager klYla4 1 Jf r I I t R EcIIJ I JT3I I1E n IF if Wash Goods at reduced Prices New i j f Goods in LawnsADimities Swisses atP 5e 712c iOe and 15e Greatly Reduce ed Prices Buy a Cool Press Now r xsPi1xM EARMI3klJlAAoLrAJL L 7J I TB EjONORED CITIZEN OF CALI v DIESa fe The San rancisco Examiner 1 contains she following yRWILCOKIn this city June a illness Jospeh R tiJ4 Wilcox beloved brother of John Jv Wi Wilcox a native of Kentucky I W aged 75 years and one month Mariposa Cal and Frankfort IX papers please copy j W V Funeral tomorrow Wednesday at 2 oclock p in t from his late residence 2887 Mis 1ft 4 11011 street thence to Odd Fel tt lvu Cemetery for cremation i Please omit flowers i iMr Wilcox was a Franklin hnnty boywas raised by the late Capt John 1V Rusgellad 14J vwaa a brother of Mrs Doctor U S y Williams He emigrated to i I t California with the 49 Forty JiNinersn where he made his home- 1 v 11 and BUCCOSB ever after in San Francisco Only one brother Hon John W Wilcox survives fAlarge family of eight children Lirgt ill left double orphanEJ hen Mrs fj Williams s was a babe He only J returned to his pad home once in t Jti Khis 52 years absence which was R in 1870 He was a man of sterling Mk integrity and uprightness of char tir t v l and reflectedby hi- s71ife on his native State But few remain of that group of 49 boys i Three have passed away within the last year of the Frankfort StaplotonfW ihianls j A POOR MILLIONAIRE starved in London be t4 cause hcouldiiot digest his food Early use of Dr Kings KJ f New Life Pills would have saved pi bimrrhey strengthen theatom onh aid digestion promote assim= JJi ilation improve appetite Price 125c Money back if not satisfied j g Sold by J W Gayle s rw Kocfol Dyspepsia Cure= DIgests what you ea- tr 1tj + THOSES IARr BABIES rk 1L J Irwin General Passenger ttfind George Macdonald tiy General Advertising Qf the La St L Ry have orig rated a scheme which will make e ry mother the land teach 1r heibaby to talk and then listen S 1jto wttiat it says Thtsse men are going to issue a 4 book titled Smart Sayings of Smart Children Undor Five Yeirs r4 of tp get all the1 1m say smart things t MrAgeIIn offered a prize of rtest baby saying 4g To the next the smartest thing n prize 4wil1 he givelr- f Qturea of smart Nbabies will be y f printed in the bo und each- babyt will receive a col of it P Irwin and Mr aodonold y willremain here until the ontost is closed and the prizes JW rded lt1 i after which they will lefiv tho t t city untIl the storm blows VQl f The names of the judges w11lo keptA secret forever l f fJ jt Jdfr 0THE LION GOT LOOSE At a recent exhibition in one of the largo eastern cities the lion got loose andV created a panic among the vest number of specta tors present Fortunately no pne was hurt thoughmany were frightened 8 ucli exhibitions should not be allowed Authori ties should see to it that these trained wild animals shows are conducted like the one at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Car niavl August 1217 under the management of the Animal King Every beast of the field and forest will be seen there and all work in perfect harmony Its the grand est exhibition of animal training ever seen Atf AUTHOI AS HELL AS AN IARTIST charmingpicture Home Journal for July has SQ suc cessfully caught the spirit of sum mer days at West Point is one of the growing band of American artists who are also authors Hitherto his special field has been the naval side of ocean life He is a youig man a comparative newcomer in the ranks where Fl Hop kinson Smith Howard Pyle and veteranstas an illustrator as well as a writer is already bearing fruit purifiedhealth while the kidneys are wrong Foleys Kidney Cure will purebloodTHE BEST REMED1FOR STOMACH AND BOWEL TROUBLES finesssold most all of the proprietary Amongtheanything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fQr all stoma hand 0WWakefieldremedy cured two severe cases of faQli1yandLhundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entira aati faction It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleal3nt form No fam keptitsale by Jr Gayh and South Longmoor Daily trains leave Louisville 100 p m 815 nm Cincinnati 480 p m 880 am for Buffalo over L N Pqnns l vaniaErie LinesThe Akron Route Round trip tickets may OhautautluaLake Canadian resorts Ask C H LouisvilleKyP Agt Oinqinuati Ohio for in foVrnntiPn about fares etas h t f 4otJ ti KYr a I1oA ho hrL L no tiQrA L 7J7Ji QUESTIONS ANSWERED Yes Flower still had the largestVsale ofany medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or billiousness selIdometc They used August Flower to ferImregulate theaction of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and hat 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 isfied there isuothing serious the matter with Get Greens Prize Almanac J W Williams diCo 421y PLEASUREVIIiLEI looking fipe- Preaching2 at the Baptist Church every third Sunday by Rev 4W J Mahoney Mr John Ditto and Miss Blanche Shipman were married last Wednesday at the home of yurevineM Miss Minnie Stivers has moved to Shelbyville prominenta flying trip to our town to see his Miss Sue Sanford IMiss Minnie Brawner is lack manyitaro dustoms und the people She will now take boarders Her uncle Mr Louis Sanford will take leis meals with her as usual The smashing man is at his flyHe4 thepeoplewas compe Toni Mr Will Wads haw a lot of work on hand Several large contracts OBSERVER The piles that annoy you so will be quickly avid permanently healed ftyou use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless coun terfeits South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie FOR SALE hapdIIOREGON WASHINGTON AND IDAHO udargeiD1nishould take of the r91ducdtry fully and accurately described and illustrated in a new booklet with a large map which will be mailed fa any address upon receipt of six cents in postage by V B Kniskern 22 l Fifth avenue Chicago J I vtyA Shirt t Special reduced prices 011 our ele gant line of Nobby Shirt Now is the time to buy them Cor Main and Lewis Streets themV Waists Waists Eczema salt rheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are cured SalveIThe GoingSouth II so you secure many advantages by Ing via Cincinnati the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains etrate every part of the Central South hour schedule Cincinnati to Jacksonville and NewOrleans 9 hours to Chattanooga s8 hours to Shreveport 36 hours to Port Tampa Observation parlor and cafe cars free re dining chairs Through Pullmans to all portant Southern dues booklet 4raaUft orcr mate sad Mat Ike uklag wilMuabootltT w c NINANON R Chatauqua The fifth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will Abe held at Woodland Park Lexing ton Ky 7lln0 26 to July 5 A splendid program has been ar ranged that will surpass any yet given Some of the most notable lecturers and entertainers in America have been engaged A great musical program will be pro sented and many new and special features The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon application to Chop Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS BarringtonIllasthma of long standing by Foleys Honey and Tar It gives positive relief in all cases of Asthma so this disease when not completely cured is robbed of all its terrors by this great remedy South Lougmoor and W MoKee Hardie New Fast Train ColodoII UTAH ANDTHR PAOIFIO COAST In effect Sunday May Tho now truing nll leave St Jui n m dally Who trains to same 1010 Double dllU service Through sleeidngcar sorvioofor SnnFran zourylon tickets now on sole For Tray Pass nddrwsBTAst Louisville Ky 1 H 0 TOWNSEND Qfn Pass 7 Ticlcot Agt St Louis Mo YOU Should use jaa MILESnrt JFtfl r FLOURII FIRST Because it ii the best FLOUR iJm the market SEOONB Because it is the product of a home manufactorykand employed in its pro duotionEl Milling Co J N MILES SecV +50UfHERN HfliLWfIYV 1l OKKXNTTJCKY kadaad SSdale i Efeet I II INI lASTDOUND NO L lie k Na- Li Louisville 745ftB 400pm 1iIiiiI L1MpaAz L4lpti 0M lQiytArWXSTDOUftD No f2a186pItaAr Lltiat Ar Larencebg L80psa LNw1 1MMArwxmonr lie 715pm 625pm 730pm 400pm n NoUISTTIOftlL Ar IN12IN WHTBOWII Ma 15ltNo 7i STATIONS Ne 400pm 745am Lv Loulavll Ar a40 132pm loam Lr Sbelbtll 91Da ILl147pm lassam Lv Veralles Ar TlOpm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 780 740pm 1150am Ar Oeornta LT Too rfeXASTBODMB WMTBOOKB tNO tNo 61 BTATJOHS ItNO L tKf746am 400pm LT LoulsTll ia40am 7 RSJam lOpm LT Venue Ar 7Kam L ILOCam 785pm Ar NlchlYUl Ar ftHam tlL58pa 830pm Ar Vilna LT LeaAr LT eTATtorar NO JaLT Loa vale 74iaa- Ar Lexington iQ4ftam Ili Ar KnoxrUle 700pm tAr Asheville 110am t- Ar L1 Ar Jacksonville L Lv Chattanooga L p L laKamllLMMlArAr JacluoDTllle 830am N LT Chattanooga alOpml ft U4iNItArI through sleeping car LouUTlllt ta Mt INo yla Lexington and Chattanooga tree observation chaircar LouiaTiU to Lexington No 5 tree obierratloa okalr ear Lexlortwi M Loulsrllle No Meeplngcar BlretBchamta LeuliTlUh via Lexington IAll traini between LoaliTllle LexlM t Burgin daily- Between Versailles aad Georgetown HM M dally NOSoS7ande8daI11eXDeptSuaCa m Versainos NloboluTllle 1tla tIud pad Irvine dally except Sunday except Sunday Otker train dally rsaAKKowsd vpkou j it OULTT M D a Washington DwtIWashlnctoD a WMHTATLOIAQPX LoulsTlllf Ja 0 i = aatWlluksy Zak M leaseatpz IFIL Seek et uina a lI4 X1Pga- r r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALti OHTJBCH Bev R L McCready rector F B Wontworth Assistant Sunday Morning Plttyor 0e m Holy Communion and sermon ut n m Evening prayer at 680 p m Sundayschool and adult Bible at 916 a in atrpublicireBAPTIST CHUBCH Bev M B Adams the pastor will preach a Kt mSundayscliool chapel at 945 a m Special classes for jlYOlwg will meet atchapelPrayermeeting oven at 800 p m Seats free and all are cordially incited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor being absent at the Cincinnati Endeavor Con 1i1 vention there will be no preaching r or night but the Lords Supper will bo observed at 1100 a m Both Endeavor Societies have adjourned for the summer ioJ Prayermooting on Wednesday night at 800 tiJ r Topic Becrniting for Jesus The public will be cordially wel esaf CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted 7t Majortl1Low mass at 780 am High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p tn r FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney the pastor will preach atll a m and 780 p jn I Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the Sunday c Bchool room at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even hgat 780 The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Bev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 745 m a1mEpworth League meets at 7 oclock In time Ladles Parlor Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 ThepubUo cordially invited to at PRESBYTERIANCHURCHRev pastor will preach at 11 a m and pm Sundayschool at 1180 a hi Society of Chris i fcllii Endeavor meets at 645 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday even Ing fit 780 p m s puhlioIsoordlally OPENING UP r The Rupert Grocery Co of whose coming we made mention Bme time since commenced to open up their big stock of groce lies pn Monday Owing to the washout on the F tfe C railroad L ofMonday night a large portion of their stook was delayed in Uaaohiug here but they will soon be regularly opened up for bust iuess They will soil goods at hulesale1Ij4 est of our retailers to buyfrpih them i I Il is A r We n respect to comestoBtoofdynSoH v1rietyofl This is all we are showing in new goods Ve have just handsome i tFANCY CLOOKS CUT GLASS in patterns CHAFING i A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler trJKahalin in your Alcohol r i r IlII 1 t IlliSlIWi IIiIi SPECIAL I Ii INDUCEMENTS 130 jAYSI I FHE = IECONOMICAL buyer always on the lookout a fortunate oooortunitv especially when WI 11 high standard clothing figures In a special sale In the ordinary course of business we are bound 1about BROKEN LOTSand ODD SIZESand we 125 SUITS I FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN II Which belonged to our regular 1000 1200 and 1500 lines Most of them this seasons goods for 500 resents an accumulation of broken lots and odd sizes Fancy Casimeres and Cheviots i 250 Childrens Suits AllWool ages6to 16 years goat 150 reduced from 250 and See Our Great Windowv Display lOi 01 CRUTCHER GO vIIJkqUIhmI JOB WORK It t I1r ISI r The Right TimeTo sell skates and rubbers in the winter But the whowish11 the Tine 0Ij Y c satisfy you in not opened another eof new and DISHES W Use lamps i i Ii r i iIIII i ay FOR our our to have now offer This rep 200 I K Promptly Executed at the Roundabout Office w fefd P 4LOWEST JOH1BRISCOLLS ri IDOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap reinecly for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the inure severe and danger ous results of throat and lung troubles What 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 all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Bosohees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation onuses easy expeotorntiop gives a good nights cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended ninny years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize Almanac J W R Williams Co 42 ly If you waist 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 the moat delicious kind at short notice Call up phone oN o 79 40tf LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Whinb in Quality and Flavor Ara EQUAL TO ANY BEER MADE IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT THEtPRO1 DUCT OF Kentucky Industry P 0 ROBINSON Frankfort t Bept 2ly r= = rDO YOU WEAR niA TRUSSIIf so lot fJ W GAYLE Druggist MarkothoUBo Oor Ann and Broadway Frankfort tty Pbly 0 tL ki r1h y YEARS EXPEmENOB 1 J GRUNWALDy Professional Piano nnd Organ Tuner and Re 4 FdaysGEORGE H TEHLIN WDoe 22ly J t dITHE INDIAN AID TJImi 1 NORTHWEST f i bopcjusttaming 116 pages of Interesting lice tr torlcal data relating to the settle meat of the great Northwest with fine halftone engravings of Blaolt Hawk Sitting Rsd Cloud ana Ilother noted chiefs Ousters battle 4 platesshowing M ating back to IGOd A care ful review of the book Impressed 0 i contributionto pioneers and a copy should be in Jevery library Price 50 cents t 1receipt ioabo 4 ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUP fTJQNS f antttRemicks jJohn Dress Boxli Couches 3f MBedSjl 1I Sofa Oouchesarld r Chairs a S- l Xaboveinducemerits fin the tl way of prices for the 0 4 ordtot A ft1RBe lly t INCHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS NowRIvah I Leader and Repeater t i tInt1sttapon having them take no others and you will get the best Shells that money can buy t- t ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM VT vvOL t titFQf tho Roundabout fr THfa WILD VAPORIVGS OF THE T ANGRY ARGUS tt Tho editor of that notoriously artisan sheet The r in a recent editorIal headed Would be Fugitives if r TvJ They Could displayed his ability to conceal the facts misrepresent JvvatVd distort the truth more ably y hapsthan he has over done be Ftvfore h ills unusual talents along t tbat lino tellrfitVr hatgentleicana Ar1 Jdaiv Fiat if there ever be a pre S Cyitriium on fasehcod and inisrep 1 leastiyafv He utters a lamentable groan that- ltheorgansof r assassination rapine Aan1 murder have uttered a hue and cry about he treatment of r VOaleb Powers and James Howard tin Franklin county Jail and about their alleged attempt to 4yi escape therefrom IHe sta with brazen effrontery that Jailer Lawienco IIhad rat v coivod reliable information that powers and Howard were oontem 1PlMot1ng a run for liberty and that nobodys business from whence it same speakingispeakingf+ Thats more rumor than any thing jiV else1 And when asked II do you 4 believe there was any such ft ihe shook his head and udt1edIII tffchlnk it was a little feeling among I tthe prisoners or one of them It Thb says that he is now satisfied that there was no plot fT while the knowing editor of the vjtruth loving Argus affirms that k rthere was ft contemplated break or And in his vehement that3i11efivi about authorities themselves and to vj convince them further that Powers and Howard were preparing to bid glimmeringlightsquently fails to state Powers and Howard were sound asleep at the time of their alleged k attempt to escape The brilliantw editor willfully omits to mention thirtyJnpr publicans who are dully thrown yIth Powers and Howard except oae a Goebel Democrat who wanted the position of guarding t havesignedthat they are BNthafc there was no plot to escape ttconlenl plhtod by either Powers or tHownr mV This same truthserving and jus T iceloVing editor whose duty it is titutVthe time of the alleged attempt to escanQ a careful search was made Jf Oft the cells of both Powers and 1i1ow rd antI that not a pin was 0 m 1 out of place not a single in l f withwhichthey escapejkft snooping on the third f jail under a guard se 9BifectG l by the jailer himself and fl paid for by Powers and Howard They did this in order to preserve lli their health a duty which every j anon owes to himself They did it in order to be removed from a foul t I onevirtuallyfilled with vitiated and Impure air vi one whose atmosphere is hourly Contaminated by the vile eruptions sinkvr pay for the tH privilege of being removed from P Hole of Calcutta vfsEw removingthiltpart of the jailor on tho efforts to frCV e6pln tact their health or the it more suspicions of an attempt to escape whlch have proven groupd Converted Into weapons iprojurf4 ien who ae pleading for far and i impartial by cool and tfls meh When they iver1tried boforoitho R4pepplo passion and their bitMiot Kato Who u this state of atffairscontlnue 111 t Kentuckian kianwantstheOrepeated Whal fii ffttJi will call e men Criminals ion under RtlielawR of this State thoy are flaw j presumed to be innocent It they pare guilty it lies never boon legally Itproven and until that is dd q e i Mike other men accused of crimp they are entitled to the presump f of innocence And he who at Item tg to overturn that prosumpX other than in a fair and im H n11Is y fi 1111 make acuitsatlons It is a serious thing to do It is our duty to up hold rather than tear down tho social fabric If a purehearted girl in some evil moment should step aside from the pathways of rectitude and honor it is the duty of her neigh bors to regain not to ruin her Jf men are accused of crime they should not be branded as criminals by recklessly written articles when the laws of the country presume them to be Innocent Let the passions of one year ago subside No man can have a trial with the hot blood of hatred and revenge leaping In every vein of those who Him What o want is fair unbiased impartial trials for all who are accused Without this barrier no citizen Is safe Remove It and the liberty veal what is more the life pf every individual is in danger oven that of tho editor of the shift less ArgusJUrrIOE MATRIMONIAL COOKHINTONAt the resi dence of the officiating minister qn Tuesday afternoon Mr Win Cook and Miss Lucy Hinton were marriedVbyRev DL Br Adams of the First Baptist Ghuofh l BIRTHS HOGE In this city to Mr Wm H Hoges and wife a son James French s DEATHS BRADLEY In this city on yes terday morning at the residence of Mr Lon Harrod the infant son of Mr Chas Bradley lind wife The funeral ing will take place this morn BROWN At the residence of her nephew Mr D B Walcutt in this city on Wednesday Miss Lucy Brown aged 78 years A blessed relief comes to this aged and afflicted lady She was a lovely Christian character but her afflic tions had been of long standing The funeralI took place yesterday DOES THE HANDSOME THING Hon Geo W Long former State Treasurer but now a oitizen of Leitchfield Ky was the head of the reception committee to the Louisville Business Mens Excur sion on Tuesday and set up a delightful lunch at his handsome homo after the speeches were delivered Mr Long is a firstclass gentleman and hustler for bus incas REVENUE COLLECTIONS Deputy Collector Jacob Swigert made the following collections of I internal revenue taxes for the month of Juno 2840 barrels 87205 510 tax gallous 9602505 amount of tax TO OUR PATRONS The Frankfort Telephone Co appro elating your patronage and desiring to meet the demand for its service In a manner worthy your support and the growth which is ours have leased now quarters on the southwest- corner of Main and St Clair where we purpose installing our now plant which will be absolutely up to date This work of reinstalling the plant is a tedious and delicate undertaking and tho servloe will of necessity a below business standards during that time This work is in the line of improvement however and we ask your indulgence for a little while when we will give you ser vice of tho highest standard The company claims some credit for the work it has already done Coming into the field less than three years It has built up an exchange of over three hundred con nections in this county and has reduced tho rentals to 913 and 120 per year for city connections a rate that is practicable and within the reach of the people We have planned extensive work in the county Contracts have been made the work of connecting every community in the county has actually begun nUll will be completed during the summer We recognize the favor of your patron age and appreciate your tion toward us and will endeavor to merit it in our business and personal ro latlons Very truJ- CHEBRANKIfORT TELEPHONE 00- By W W LOtf GMOOB Sec anti Treas oJ LION COFFEE J A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL t next advertisement Iour of I LION a fully descriptive list No wqman man boy girl the comfort they by cutting out a certain number Heads from pound the only form TOLEDO LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND BurnNO 4 Leave Lexington 2p m 740 a m Winchester 810 p m 825 a m L 8 E Junction 322 pm 887 am356 pm 013 Stanton 400 pm 923 Natural 435 p in 954 449p mIO08 a m Beattyvil1o Junction 511 p m10 a m Arrive 015 p mll80a m WEST BOUND ExSunDaily Leave 225 pmBeattyvilleJunction26 a m 826 pm pmNaturalStanton 828am 430 pm Clay City m 439 pm Ii E tunction 010 a m 503 p m 023am520pmArrive Nos and 8 make connections L 8 E tion with the Uhusaponke 8 Ohio B R Sterling and JBBABB General MnnalcrrOHASSCOTT G P A T R Extr30r inaru FXi1SOII From Louisville via Monon Route On Tuesday July 16th t 1025 to Lake ana rurn 1025 to Waukesha and eturn 1200 Elkhart Lake and turn J205 to Green Lake and turn And the followingFox Lake Ills 1025 Lake ilia Ills 1025 MoHenry Ills 1025 Antiuoli 1025 Silver Lake Wis 1025 Burlington Wlp 1025 Lake Geneva Vie 1025 Williams Bay Wis 1025 Fontana Wis 1025 Delevan Wia 1025 Waukesha Vist 1050 jOcouomovfroc 1tU5 Wis 1085 Madison Wis 1155 Kilbourn City Wis 1800 Lake Wis 1245 Cedar Lake Wis 1120 West Bond Wis 1120 Dam Wis 1205 Fond mi Lao Wis 1200 Oshkosh Wis 1250 Wis 1285 Wia Elkhart Lake Win 1200 Wis 1200 Green Lake Wis 1205 Vaupaoa Wis 1860 Green Bay Wis 1885 Fifield Wis 1765 Gogebio Mioh 1780 Marquette Mioh 1780 Trains will leave Louisville at 780a and 820 maiid tickets will be good on above only and 15 fiQlllhrsaddress r QYer = The consumption LION COFF1313t Ihas increased immensely and this coffee now used in millions fof homes The gi busydelIvering You will find no stale LION COFFEE on his shelvesit sells too fast to grow stale Why Because is an absolutely pure coffee motto is Strength Purity and PJavortfl Please bear in mind that I LionCoffee jis not a glazed article it is not coated with egg chemicals in order to give I a better appearance We co not need to resort imperfectionstoI In every package of COFFEE you find illustrated and housekeeper in fact no or will fail to find in list some article which will contribute to their happiness and convenience and which may have simply of Lion the wraptersof our one sealed packages which is in which this exc lent coffee Is sold WOOLSON SPICE CO Ex Clay City am amBridge am am 881a nt Juno for Mt AN Geneva re to re re Ills Dousuian Devils Beaver NahMenasha 1285 Glonbeulali m p going date returning is it Our mixtures or it will I othTAYtOR WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN POND nEST All WHISKEYS IS Tim THe AStREPRESENTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM r V OLDTAYLOR SIONATURBISWRITE trORIT E H TAYLOR JR A SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY t d A f SEE 4 IT iNTEED 5ytr3 cIt = V r7S c1 LEXINGTON = CHAUTAUQUA r LOW RAES VIA I i0- s Queen Crescent Route FROM ALL POINTS JUNCTION CITY j e AND WILLIAMSTOWN Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars Ic J W 0 RINEARSON G P A d Rn z J6 D PLYMOUTH AND PITTSRURGH COALSi y ur it I am receiving andunloading now 75000 iushpla ofyfreshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittburg Coalof r tho best quality I eave your orders while it is large andclean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feeds Qompa W H HOLE Proprietor Telephone No7 r f 1i t SEMIANNUAL DIVIDEND S By reference to the nd in to F days paper it will be seen that the Deposit Bank sof Frankfort has made its regular semiannual payRhealthy state of affairs as fcliis hank was reorganized Jast year r NATIONAL BRANCH BANK DIVIDEND t The National Branch Bank of L this city declared a semiannual dividend 0 firIits business of the last six months nndiifFfit Nn iIialBrink i1 HEARTBURN t i Wen the quantity olfood taken h is too largo or the quality too rioh1 1 heartburn is likely to follow and tt9speaially so if the digestion has r weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let SiX rk hours elapse between meals and when you feel n fullness and weight in the region of the- stomach after eating indicating that you have eaten too much iIisithe beartburn may be avoided For sale by J W Gayle and South f Longraoor iv CITY PASSENGER AGENT v t By a circular from General Pas senger Agent L J Irwin we learn that Mr L B McKitterick has been appointed City Passenger of 1 Louisville for the Henderson Route with office at No 228 Fourth Aevnue BUYS A HOME bb Mr Fred Sutterlin on Tues day purchased the two story brick house of Mr R K McClure sit tinted on Wilkinson street next door to Mrs Flo rio Rodman for J X2000 cash ki De Witts Witch Hazel Salve i should be applied to soothaGrfnn There are worthless cqun getDevh W McKee Hordie StY7 TRUE AS GOSPEL There is no reasonabla excuse 0 5efor a man to live in a town if hf 1 doesnt like it If you have no 4 word of commendation to say of your town emigrate You wont i1 stop the town clock by going j bnay The church bells will nve the sane musical ring the- little dogs will play as briskly t the fish jn tIre creek will bite f brightlsunshine have the same healthgiving propI orgies Speak a gpod your neighbors if you can if you cant dont everlastingly en h large on their faults If you have 1 become thoroughly pour and dis- gruntledrft move away go some 1f Where where things suit you liJ Ex i Walking Willow Furwtire tai T Wicker CJuiri ilrsa ba12d he tley 1M e el wl b look Ski ass CotdDut fukug Powder ttN wsr v Uw t brrhi when S VMM kMMm dw 1tuN ftt Irnh follow Vfch e HIe irr chi lUUu u4 wipe dry VMM Iroa lade wu die H vufctd by this wiled lit lotMt U rrlftt dry ukljr I TM1m K11t Ie YMrYIY 6etw irM- s BRYANT STATION i MrsfVf O Vaughn and family of Lexington who have been vis jitingnear our station for Several days have returned home Our community was visited by 1n considerable wind and rain last Friday which was a great disadvantage to the wheat corp Mr Tack returned Home the Philli pine Island he has been in the military service far two years Miss Etta Allison will teach again at Pea Ridge this fall This proves that her efforts were very satisfactory as her patrons have employed her a second time In consequence of Miss Katies absence Ed is looking rather melancholy Cheer up old boyand next keep your engagement and she wont disappear so sud donly 1IMr Leslie Miles and sister of Pleasant Ridge attended services at Mt Zion last Sunday s Bro Stafford pastor of Mill ville Christian Church addressed quite a large crowd of people Sat urday night Sunday morning and night at Mt Zion Church Mr Willie Stigers went to Switzer Saturday to visit his mother but came back early Sunday eyen lag for he know that Miss Mary was waiting for Willie to come with the sweetest of smiles Mrs Fannie Mitchell and sister MrA Bettie Young spent last week with Mr Terrell Mitchell cuuntyaTheyyule Goins the guests of Mrs slice The remains of Mr Walter Bowers brakeman on the C 0 road who met with a sad accident in whioI1 he sustained fatal in juries were brought to Hatton Sunday morning and laid to rest in the Stigers graveyard by the side of his wife who preceded him to the grave two oars ago Hr Bowers was a noble type of man hood Four years ago he was happily married to Miss Joanna Clark fbrmerlyof Frankfort To that union was given a little son now left without parental protec tion Yet the Lord has promised to be a father to the fatherless and we trust that little Harry may flail loving hands ever ready to care for him 5 MOLLY YOCUM I fI I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines that Vour Kodotl Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and only oure fort dyspepsia that I have ever come n contact with and I have used many other preparations John Beam West prepnrntiol1i digestantsfood and cant help but do you good South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie THE LIST OF WOUNDE D Who have been healed by Ban IthenlsIV McKee Hardie COURT DAY I j Monday was court day but without ones being told ify you would never have known it as there was the smallest crowdpres out in years Housework s bad worlswithoutGkjldDus werlliag 1cNg 1Vednesdayfrom BEAUTIFUL SWISS AND ITALIAN VIEWS Form the earliest times Switzer land has been famed for the ma jestic grandeur of its mountain scenery and Italy for the ravish ing beauty of its many lakes The very names of the Berniua Hospice St Moritz the Jungfrau Lake Como Lake Moggiore the Lakeof Lucerne call up entranc ing visions of marvelous valleys peaks and glaciers frowning mountain passes castled shores and gleaming stretches of glassy water under soft azure skies To see these enchanting sights even in pictured form is to introduce a broadening influence and a wider outlook into ones life In a forth comingissue of the Ladies Home Journal a vivid idea of the En gadine Valley and of some of the Swiss and Italian lakes will be given in doublepage of the most remarkable views ever secured of the most wonderful and lovelier portions of these worldrenowned regions amI indebted One Minute goodhealthin vain by doctors for lung trouble following lagrippe I took One Minute Cough Cure and re covered my health Mr E H Vise Madison Ga South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie JAPAN GONE TO WAR Japan has gone to war again While the government gives out what its deems ito be a just cause the fact in the case is that they are squabbling and fighting because that Imperial Japanese Troupe the pride of all Japan has just come over to this country and will give free exhibitions at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 Jug gling balancing wire walking screen dancing etc about 20 specialties in all forming one of the most interesting exhibitions and it is concluded by a most sen sational Slide for Life Aot WOMANS RIGHTS Many women suffer sorts of SQ called female weaknesses just because their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know Foleys Kidney Cure is just what is needed by most ailing women South Longmoor and W McKee Pardie v STATEMENT Of the condition of the Deposit Bank FRANKFORT IN THE STATE OF KENTUOKY At the close of Business JUNE 29 1901R- ESOURSES 108111to f 44 Loans to Directors officers pot Included 2600 Loans to officer Overdrafts secure276016Over- drrdta unsecured 87477 Due from National Banks 144118 Duo from State Banks and Bankers 6200 149810 41 Real Eststo 181278 Other Stocksand Bonds 2920827 Suede 0101 Currency 18i74 V KxchnnBe for Cic wIn 11700 8060557 Furniture 00 420032 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 7500000 27170DepositsxubjLctn UnpaidDitiidends226500Fund J420032 89 DAVID NICOLOABHiKB Sworn to before mo this 1st of July UNotEry Putic DIVIDEND NOTICE Semi AnnualDividend of 8 per cent will bo on and after this date at the Banking House on St Olair street David Nicol Ctishler CASTORIAFor Tfci KM YM Have Always Bought Bears the S1pitu of i r r MERmAN INVESTMENT COMPANYt IncorporatedCAPITAL 00 2500000 RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00I MOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all correspondence to Y fir OFFICErLEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTSI Jude GnlaY f No other- packagecof I 1 J x lL f1fafyMi i satisfaction as- ARBUCKLES t I 1 ROASTED COFFEE ACosta only a cent more than the common kinds Gives more ups and bettor WoaSrcoffee to the pound than of Ita many Imitations Save the wrappers each one entitles yon to a deflnlte part of aomo useful article fuach package ilARBUCKLE FOR SALE Celery plants White Plume arid Boston Market Very tine 50 cents per 100 125 por500- H F HILLENMEYER- 4l37t Lexington Ky If you are sick all over and dOjiit know just what ails you its one your kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring you health and energy South Longmoor and WMc Kee Hardie- Any advertised dealer is authorized to guarantee Banner Sal for fetter eczema piles sprains cuts scalds burns ulcers and any upon or old sore V Cheap Property For Sale S S Buford offers liU homo on Third Street for twentyono hundred dollars fill worth twentyfive the lot feet front running bnck tvd liundrodwith n good well and cistern on it Juno 22nii A severe sprain will usually dis able the injured person for three or four weeks Many cases have occurred however in which a cure has been effected in less than one week by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by J W Gayle and South Long moor rsv j t Jfrf iNew York City NY r d 4W SUMMER EXCURSIONS TO SOUTH DAKOTA AND i r rViaat very low rates Tickets be on sale July 1stflthand Septi tember IstOth final unlit Ooto C 4rber Slat Ask ticdet agents fort i particulars f BUMPS OR BRUISES f etliFSprains or sores horns or scalds M tallqUJzilVorldgood r oJtt fR lTickets Vii tt Route to Colorado nnd1Jtl1h 6t foxonrsloDi partioulnrs W C Rlncarson G tifl P A Cinoinnatl Dr Wallace Ms opened a Pili Kyfor Jtndo1o1tmentfaoilites for ivi can send them t fto thiw institution For terms eddies Or CVsallacelFrrinkfl rt tlPt t r tJ1C