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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fJTTJI1wTIIEABO h r j L iGEO A LEWI Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance i VOL XX3V T FRANKFURT KY SATURDAY SEPT19O Ol UWlllIt rte AGRICULTURAL BUILDING i tAHANDSOME STRUCTURE DE VOTED TO THE INTERESTS EOF THE FARM AND TATION PLANI The agricultural industry will have a fitting setting at the Pan American Exposition at Buffalo l during tho summer of 1901 A com Vniodtous and richly proportioned building will be devoted exclusively to the interests of tho farm So developIously has the productivity of soils been Incorased by the application of r scientific methods it is no oxaggera tion to say that potentially tl cultivated acreage of the world has been doubled within a few years Science has indeed made two blades of grass to grow whore but one grew before More than that it has by irrigation made tho deserts to blos tyf STAMPING GROUND to learn that Mr W O i Reynolds Is very with congestion J of the lungs Miss Luella Laughlin of Slater Mo who has been the guest of her ulster Mrs W L Hook has re- t turned home Dr L D Bourne has returned to studies at the Dental College In Cincinnati We have a fine protracted moot Ing In progress at the Baptist Church Bev Preston Blake of Lexington is assisting Rev T Warn tho pastor Ho Is a fine oreacher and is attracting largo rowels f 30RNTo Mr Charles Murphy ind wife a son Air Too W Bond gave an old fashioned burgoo on Friday of last friendslWef as we as i8 nlTectlonately called and Squi- ririplett can bent the world concocting this savory soup 4t Our hustling town marshal Mr goo Foley in addition to his du as an oifioor of tho pence han greeted sovonteen lump posts bull- a t storago house for the gasoline I graded three or four streets lend built bridge or two I There is a cry going up from on f armeiH about the scarcity of labor in cuttlnpr and housing tobacco 41 Ynyono who wants to work can ob rjtln it and at good wages too The annual colored fair will behold at Washs woods September 2i2e l ykir George Duvall received a lot Mter last week from his son Charles who has just reached the Philli pines in the 22 Infantry Ho had n pleasant voyage and Is well pleaRcd soldier life t We slid a heavy rain and Lftprin on Monday v last week Tim o4abiinn l Tho BuiTalo Spring Distillery If Ilng trUi for one l vtlons r ii IW Trundle has the work Yt ers Martha Lucas vwtf diod in nh Was h j aoji Pue1 rr t r j v t IN son as the rose The Agricultural Building will stand opposite the Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building on the north side of the Mall Its longest facades looking to the north and south On the east will be the Live Stock Exhibit to which about ten acres are devoted Northward will be the Stadium covering another ten acres On the west is the Grand court with the Electric Tower 848 feet and theElectricity Build ing just beyond There are four broad entrances to tho building Opposite tho northern entrances is an artistic bridge crossing tho Great rCanal Vaulted loggias connect the- o east and west entrance with tho math entrance on the south and from these elevated promenades the people may view the throng of sightseers upon the Mall The low tiled roof overhangs the walls eight foot making a deep shadow ovqrtho 1Miss Edna Ferrill of Indianap is the guest of her sister Mrs J T Reynolds Miss Lena Kirtley of Frankfort is the guest of Miss Mattie Kelly Miss Edna Bridges of Frankfort Is tho guest of Miss Lille Mao Stone Miss Bessio T Bond has gone to University at Now ConcordOhio to take a literary course eveningtW H Gatewood and wife Bright bountiful and loving he will be sadly missed The funeral services were conducted by Rev T Warn Beagle on Friday t and the burial took place in our cemetery Tender sympathy is felt by all for tho stricken parents YACOB FAR LEi dauglioMiss Florence Cozine has returned home Everybody is wanting work hands and is willing to pay any price fdr thorn Mrs Georglo Jackson and daugh tel of Frankfort were the guests of her sister Mrs Henry Dlokorsoll- this week Wo have boon having nice weather for tho Association Jt has beou attended by largo crowds Everything was nice and quiet and there was a bountiful supply of every thing to oat Mrs Lucy Farmer entertained geventyflvo lust Saturday from Association MrWillls Dowln is very ill with typhoid fever Mr Fount Crook of Anderson histiJ Mr Bob Recldin gave a moonlight last SUtllltn night en willsgnorof lino melons that worn provided fQr tho guests Those riiusopt wore sjjjjljijijiiniIIjimijli richly decorated cornice Tho east WitIlIlatticoThe lattice is fastened to the dom ceiling and walls then on a back ground of blue grapevines produceI the effect of looking open air The southern entrance which is 80 feet wide is flanked on both sides by largo groups of statuary Above the doors and follow pnneIBvilllbe vestibule are large niches affording places of rest and retreat from the crowds On either side of tho south entrance at tho Intersection of they confsolosThe Agricultural Building is 150 by 500 feet and contains exposition space to the amount of about 76000 square foot JosephineRodgors HardestyLueMessrs Floyd and Herndon Thomas Hut Minor and Tyler Reddin Ed gar and Good Adolptaus and ArchloHnwklns Will Reed Rlchnrd Col1lneJHownrd Dunngun and WILD ROSE PEAKS MILLICorn cutting Is Mri John Church is on the list sickI Regular Church Mooting on day next accompnniedbpaid us a visit on Saturday last After a picnic and an at tompt to trade horses with Dr B they left for town Texasisrelatives woreIrce or Sunday last There will be a picnic at tho mouth of tho creek on tho 10th The principal features will bo a ball game botwen Frankfort and Peaks Mill and candidates protracted seotionhitsUngIshOW leftforBath county last week Mrs D G Tlmmous and Miss Annie Pierce leave for Louisville on tho loth to attend tho Elks Carnival lIA CORKER FREE STREET FAIR FRANK FORT ICY Low rates from all points DUll ville to Ludlow on tho Queen und Croscont Route account Frankfurt Free Street Fair September 25th to particulars i jjTj IIAfi4LLus- t n i1f i J received some of the best grades of Kanawha iCoal for domestic purposes andwould be pleased tot take orders froman one to lay in their1 f WWeand at the lowest possible price See us before lays t11 ing in your supply and we will promise to give yoii s + entire satisfaction in every particular Main office 1 Black Hoges old stand TelephonesEast Tennessee NO7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch iA office end of bridge South Frankfort Frankfort Telephone Exchange No 230 riWe will also pay the highest cash prices for wheat in any quantities All farmers or parties Raving wheat to sell will do well to see us before selling Hoge rBlack Its Good Judgmentr To Iny in a supply of ocCoal now before the TrySouthern year J u7 A1Dudley Blanton Head of Clinton Phone 100 LC l ititytOi WHISKEYEXCELLINCB BOTTLED IN BOND JEST Of IS MATURE TM ITS ITS MEASURe Of AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM IllTAYLORIt THIS FORNLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR t SONS OlSTILLCnS FRANKFORT KY Io Jolie I r ANTEM r i rSONAL r foIJInitfi OlntlSulldny Ir Ilu ono Hogo has gone to Vir 1liiiv on his vacation Mr Sam Kash of Manchester wai In tho city this week visitingQ1ntives CsProf J Lucien Waggoner jr has iiiiied from City Piss Lee returned from Georgetown on Monday nigt Kirtley visited friends rif1tamping Ground tis week Vfr I Davis and son Morris Sundayifi re urned a visit to Cynthiana wifet1iavet c Mrs Jas F Montgomery and sons have from Virginia Rev Thos J Stevenson of Ooorgetown1was in the city Tues y Capt I T West left Tuesday for eastern Kentucky on a business rip r 3Rev Dr W L McEwan of Pitts burgPa was a visitor here this irts Sam E James has returned from a visit to relatives at Pewee galley Mr Jas F Meek of St Louis heremBMr Frank S Haff and wile hav To urned from a visit to relatives in New York Mr W S Farmer and wife re urned Saturday night from NOT ork City Mr R K McClure returned Mon MiehiagnakepMr Wilkes H Morgan and Mr G Walker of Lawrenceburg Sver iiere Friday- MrsI S L Froggo has returned FranklinJtndwiAir Chins Pilkington has gone to UniversitytPennsylvanin a Mrs Bf H Watson has returnee fXom a visit to Mrs W L McEwan iijrtttsburgi PA Miss Fannie Lindsey of Louis gillo was the guest of Miss Lilian Gindsey this weeks B1QffgKintix in this city trs M Lt Campbell loft Monday SaralbicKeelibxGovTlios T Crittendon of Eantas City Mo was the guest of latives here this week VIr Brent L Greene left for Rich mgfid this week where ho will at Central University Ir Sam M Smith arrived inthe sisurniecehissPiss Besie Crowe of BichmonUv lChIDInKl Iting retlatives in this city l If J Saw ior has returned rem Y where be vis s mil a his daughter Mrs HawJihorno rMrS Isaac T West who has been kiting her daughter Mrs B M nian at Irvine has returned Ifome ir Julian Ghinn left Thursday yerir VirginiatL Mrs Hugh Merchant of Loxiiig pn was the guest of her parents IrJ N Marshall and wife this Yak fjSjjMiss Elizabeth Rodman was thei her sister Mrs H C at iionHworth Ills this vekfr J Gray McLean wife and daughter Marguerite have returned rrtjihu visit to relatives in Ten npse Mr Edwin left M for ConnerColhogoBrian ministry Miss Harriet B Todd of Louis cousintMissjtitreot this week- S Jerome Weitzel and laugh Miss Carrie havo returned from a trip to Germany and other European countries jBevi W H Hampton of Ironton Ohio visited his mother Mrs Virginia Hampton Major street this woek EJr John Sh of Paris has token a position with his cousin MtRlra SShy at the Langdon jjaey Grocery Co in this city fiRS Louise B Hollnday of Kn8lsylvania county Vtu who l en relatives hero for gomatUuo roturned homo Tuesday y MfItj Mrs Julia Miller and ington who have been visitIng her t parents Mr A B Read and wife county returned homo Wed nesday Mrs Loulie B Loncmoor loft yesterday for Loitchflelel to attend the wedding of Miss Nora Long and Mr Wallace in that place next Thursday the 20th On Wednesday of last week Mr Roger L Johnson of Shelby street entertained at supper in honor of his guests Mr Pierce Johnson of Covlngton and Mr Charles Johnson Arnsplger of Lex ington Those present were Misses Lizzie Hunt Virginia Chinn Sarah Burnam Lucy Chinn Tissio Hoge and Genevieve Lindso and MesHrsI Lucien Burnnm Guy Barrett Percy Hoge Pierce Johnson Charles Arnspiger and Roger Johnson Mr Frank Y Johnson of Louisville who had expected to be present was detained and did not arrive until Saturday CALL ON KNIGHTS TEM PLARS The following circular letter has been sent from the office of the Grand Commander of the Knights Templars to all Knights Templar of the State Office of Grand Commander Rus sellville IrySept 12 To all Knights Templars of Kentucky I am in receipt of the following tele gram from Grand Master Lloyd viz St Louis Mo Sept 12raJohn G Orndorff Grand Com mander The recent storm in Texashiss loft num bers of our fraters in dire distress Immediate relief Is needed Appeal to your commanderies to send at once what they can Wire or send to Henry S Boddard Deputy Grand GalvestontTexREUBEN Grand Master Attest Wm H Mayo Grand Recorder The disaster is appalling the de mand Urgent the duty of every Templar is imperative the necessity for action if apparentDo fail to appoint a committee to see every Templar and receive from him and whatever contribution each will make toward the relief of suffering Galveston and send the amount to Grand Re corder A H Bryant Covington Ky who will keep account thereof and transmit it as ho shall be in structed by Grand Commander Courteously JOHN G ORNDORFF Grand Commander Under this order of the Grand Commander Eminent Commander Frank W Keyes of Frankfort Com mandery No 4 has nppointedI Messrs Chas N Wiard Stagg and V A Kaltenbrun a coin mittoo to receive all contributions- for distrossod Sir Knights and others JUST HOW YOU LOOK AT IT ren person roads the Courier Journal and other Democratic pa pers tho next election will be a walkover for their fJidoof the house Thoy say that the Sound Money BrowlIthat Becklmms election is assured that everything is working as slick as grouse that Beckham lens tre mendous crowds to hear him and unbounded enthusiasm marks hisway But the thing hard to understand- is that the Republicans and Brown Democrats are just as positive and enthusiastic that things are all joining tholr way They say that Yerkes has the largest crowds that ever assembled at the different places at which ho appears that the Gold Bug Democrats are Just as firm as ever In their opposition that the Brown Democjjits are just jotting well in a fighting humor that the are more indignant and strenuous against Beckham than they were against Goobei because he is enjoying the benefits of an office to which he was not elected that hundreds of Goobei men who voted for him simply because he was the nominoe last year will not lomlone the outrages that were committed under tho infamous Goe bel law and will vote for Yerkes How to reconcile these conflicting statements is what puzzles the plain everyday honest man We guess the real fact is that somebody has done some talking through his hat and that a lot of wills rllng to keep up courage is being lone Our advice to our readers is to look inutile inatterfrom a sober and intelligont point of view find out which party will do the most for the bost interests of the people who tro not politicians then quietly cast your ballots for tho mon who represent the sido your reflections lonviixco you is right anti soc that your ballot is counted IF 1Fvrv The GreatVariety of PrettyFall r GoodsAnd Our Low PricesFills Our Store riq F U L I L JIof Purchasers Our stock in every Line is- Larger ndt moreComplete this season than any beforeWe a great effort to sell the kind of goods that Please and giveSatisfaction Gall and see our goods as we like to show them C KagNin Bro j pI A ir IF Go to STAGG BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Pall Hardware Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded Shells c Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc t j StaggV Bacon SCHOOL TIME 1 I IIshere and so are all our boys and girls SCHOOL SHOES You have often wished you could find a shoe that would look well on your boys or girls foot and yet would stand the hard wear school children give You will find just this shoe at our store thisI iyearTry Us On Your School Shoes This fall We think you will find we can give you better shoes for the Ithanyou have been getting elsewliere Boys shoes sizes 11 12 to 2 shoes sizes 2 12 to 5 12 11I 1J0 200 250 125 I School Clothes the boys Our tables are stacked IForwith good suits nothing but good 1 no matter whether you pay 250 or 600 for the suit you want it is a good onethe best that can be sold for the price Knee pants suits sizes 7 to 16 to 600 Young mens suits sizes 15 20 500 1300 Display in window R K McCLURE SON KENTUCKYFRANKFORTFv LOOK OUT F RMERSI A swindle is ous parts of the country of which farmers will do well to beware The agents otter a which they claim will increase the yield of butter from any given quantity of milk and they offer to prove this assertion Chemicals it appears are slipped into tho milk and cream when the purchasers backI is turned and the butter comes more quickly and in greater volume than it usually does on the prem ises Invaded Of course the result ant mass Is not puro butter but the agent collects his money and de parts before the is discovered FOR RENTMy house In South Frankfort eight rooms and kitchen water and gas G BARRETT 38 tf FOR SALE ncros of land about2ty milt from Frank fort a short distance off e LonlsvlHo turn pllco on old Harrodsburg road It hue consld ornmo timber with a plonty of spring water tun well taken cart of is Ironouncoo tnl seen land a great many d ofllrlngdUch u location nnd JAMES H RODGERS Sopt Ulm r I IJDO 125 to to to 175 I Irlto 200 t 200 to to churn fraud THE MOST EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS IS NOW ON- Everybody must have a Daily Paper The Campaign Offer of 100 From Now to Nov 15 made by THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased and Impartial dally In the South b REGULAR RATES One month SOc Three month 125 Six Twelve Mortlis3O0 f Send for Sam le Copies THE EVa ilNO POST Louis llle Kytt DEATHS FJAZIERAt McCoy Orogon on Friday Mr Lucion B Frnaler brother of Mr Oodrgo E Frazier of this county SHYIn Louisville on Saturday MrBZorolda Shy widow of the lato Mr W Thos Shy aged 40 years Mrs Shy was a splendid woman a Christian in conduct nml life She wits married to Mr Shy r in 1871 and hnd been a loving and devoted wife until ho passed away about a year ago She had heon in F ibacl health for some time and er recovorod from tho shock of fher husbands death She leaves t ono son Mr Slineon J Shy an two stepsons Messrs Ira S and Wm A who wore devoted to her and to whom she was a tender ant f loving mother The funeral services took from the Cemetery Chapel on Sunday morning at 1045 services being conducted by Rev George Barsie her pastor after which the remains were iby the side of her husband in ou cemetery Many friends attended the burial LEWIS On September 6th 1000 Air L Walker Lewis aged 82 years arid 2 days breathed his last He leaves a wife four sons and two I daughters F E Lewis L S Lewis H R Lewis Robert Lewis Mrs James Brawner and Mrs M L Lecompte two sistersMrs R W Oliver and Mrs Jennie Pols grove He was born and reared in this county Ho was an honest nian the noblest work of God Hb vai one of five brothers Messrs Win him S John P JamesyM rand Robert Ball of whom have pre ceded him to the grave His funeral y service was conducted by Rev H L thPolsgroveand his remains 8 were laid to rest in our beautiful cemetery f Thy work is nil done thy toils nil are oer The sorrows of earth thou wilt fool no more A name untarnished aUto true and pure err Thouhost left on earth theyll ever endure P i5 v MATRIMONIAL LONG At her home in this 2county on Wednesday Mrs Nan nieLong aged 64 years She leaves a husbandsix daughters and two sons to mourn her death The funeral services were conducted by Rev Geo Dafaie on Thursday at the ceme tery and the remains were burled there BIRTHS J CAINIn Versailles to Mr J Andrew Cain and wife nee Mc boysrDELIGHTFUL The change in the weather fol lowing up the blow of Tuesday has been perfectly delightful lowering P the temperature until cover has been very acceptable at night What s proved so disastrous to our brethren at Galveston has given us a blessed 1s relief from oppressive heatI DREAMERiTheres nothing half so sweet in lifeI a songf liveivex common humanity In their esti r mate of household- expenses theres- no place for a r e And very often when the dream dissolves they find that the doctors bill the theydidnt iinow the one thing thata as rentasand taxes And many times it is money wasted Dr Pierces Fa- Vorite Prescrip lion will do for a woman and her womanly ills practically every caezr tor or medicine It regulates th- eode dries debilitating drains r and cures inflame t mation ulceration and female weakness It makes childbirth easy and thousands of nursing mothers have testified to its propertiesItcocaine or other narcotic Mrs Annie Blacker of Catherine Street havekjone7 poor our andtdenalth and now I have a fine healthy bab Free Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps AddressDr tiiA IMPBOVEMENTS Tho Gldro pondt on Campbell street which has so long been a menace to the health of that sec tion of tho city iris boon drained and will be filled up making a nice building lot Mr H Waggoner is rebuilding his storeroom on Broadway which wile destroyed by fire on the morning of tho 4th of July MrW T Rending is ridding some twenty feet to the rom of his store room on Broadway which will make a very substantial and useful addition which ho needed In order to contain his large stock of china land glassware Our mechanics of all kinds are keeplThere is a great scarcity of labor on the farms hereabout to enable the proprietors to house their to bacco and complete hemp cutting No man who really wants to work can complain that he can not find loafrers can put up that plea now HISS GIBBONS BENEFIT Dont forget that Miss Katie Gib bons will bo tendered n benefit on Tuesday evening next September musicalItainment and there is no doubt that it will be flrstjclass In every way Miss Gibbons is now in Cincin nati but will be at home In ample time to take part in the entertain iriont 2 A large number of tickets have been sold butsome good seats still remain which can be secured by applying at once Mrs J MVanDerveer Mrs Geo Berry and Mrs J Buford Hon drick will act as patronesses for the occasion A feature will be the rendition by the orchestra for their first num ber of the Elks March composed by Dr W E Baxter of this city This march is being played by some of the famous bands and leading or chestras of the east and is being programed nightly at a number of New York City theatres- MILLVILLE Mr Francis Johnson is in bed quite sick Mr John Trumbo and wife have gone to Tatham Springs Miss Hettie Johnson has gone to HighSohoolMisses Gaines and Ross of Louis ville after visiting their aunt Mrs Elisha L Partee have returned home Baptistafter a two months vacation Mr John Brown and daughter of Louisville visited the family of Mr Van Johnson this week There were four additions to the Christian Chucrh during the meet ing just closed which was conduct ed by Elder Jasper Stafford They were baptized at Darnells Mill Mr W C Tutt and wife of Nich olasville wore guests of Mr W T Tutt this week We are sorry to report Mr W T Tutt still in poor health The pupils of Miss Anna Johnson worn an entertainment on Saturday They amused themselves with Ramos until 5 oclock when refreshments wore served We were sorry to learn of the death of our friend Mrs W Thos Shy which occurred In Louisville peoplejmorningTheRev George Darsie her pastor SEMAJ SAFE THANK GOD The very gratifying wows came on Thursday night that Col L J Cox his daughter Mrs Borroll StedOmanne and are safe notwithstanding the fact that a1 house diagonally across tho street from thorn was destroyed and then whole family occupying it drowned The many friends of those good people with ono accord exclaim Tharik God- KENTUCKY CONFERENCE Time Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South will meet with the church at Nich olasvillo on Wednesday September 10 The various committees will meet on Tuesday morning preceding the assembling of the Conference r YP We re T Making Extra preparation to do a largfe business this fall and we are not going to let any grass grow un der our feet We have been in busi ness in Frankfort for 116 Years I And we have in that many years enjoyed a very satisfactory trade thanks to the good people of Frankfort and Franklin county andwe like all progressive merchants are anx ious to increase our business a ndw e publie Good Goods er THE RigftI Plic8S Satisfaction or your money back that has always been our motto We want you to bear in mind that we are at all times anxious to show you our large line of Silks Wool Dress Goods Cloaks and Notions whether you are ready to buy or not WeItzel UDonnell Agents Standard Patterns Xk v CommerciJaIIColle Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Sho Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic The college is located in one of the most healthful and refined noiRhborhoOd i Dnvieas county remote from nil temptations and distractions of city or jj 1town Not one of our graduates line failed to secure n I good position Catalogues free Reopens 4 September 10 1000 J E Gardiner A M PresJu- ly M 21Om CURDSVILLE KT Jo TjWeparlors in the city and with our long experience an modern equipment will be able to render unsurpassed sor vice Our Friends and the public generally are cordi i4dSpecIalGraham residence 218 Todd Street phone 247 and B C Graham residence 428 Shelby Street JI Chapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Rublei Tire Funeral Car Your rjRespectfully Mrs A Jud Graham Son g Telephone 247 334 Main St Opp Engine House Ffankfo f I t f THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR FRANK HEENEW s U Summer Excursions 1 The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk lines Pennsylvania Lines GR I Route C H D C O and Erie railways h7mdlingthrough traffic expeditiously to all summer resorts of the North Special Low Excursion Rates Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Palls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places on Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to Mackinac You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take you to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manitou to Mackinac re tiY turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C H D Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered The famous resorts of the South are also open now The season at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and RheaiSprings Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known Queen dr Crescent are of travel Through Pullman sleepers daily from all southern cities trains observation and chair curs from Chattanooga Rome and Attalla on dB trains Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga on night trains Fast schedules pedecttrack No smoke no dust no cinders Send ior free us to summer resorts and Queen Crescent service to 0 L Passenger Agent agentI t = Hdi lrankfort ouU about nt Frnnkfort Ken tuoky as secuud class mailnblc matter lGEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT IS 1900Ii yf TERRIBLE CALAMITY t Ir TY OF GALVESTON TEXAS I DESTROYED ho account of the awful onlnmity i hafc visited Galveston Toxns on Eriday Saturday and Sunday art tBiich as to almost stagger belief and turn the heart sick with horror cOn Friday morning the hurricane that had been predicted as coming across from Cuba and the West In dies struck the fated city and the windsteadilyf destruction and death until 145 0 fliMonday morning whon the water- began to subside and the terrible deerbiasbejness and residence portions of this beautiful city To remain in the houses was to stay in a death trap J iiid to leave was to be instantly drowned or dashed to death by the waves Eternity alone will disclose the full number of the gad ris hundreds if not thou VBunds of bodies were carried out tosea by the receding waters Millions of dollars worth of prop erty have been engulfed beyond re j8cpvery And where was once one sof the prettiest most thriving and iygubstantial cities of the whole r6putlt now there is waste death andruin rTo add to the horror all four of ijihp bridges connecting the with the main land wore swoptI away the telegraph and yires are gone the gas and flight plants were destroyed and ijv prst of all the waterworks are a fctmiplete wreck adding thirst to many wpes of the stricken sur- vIvors c In the presence of such an awful calamity humanity stands aghast arid with uncovered hoad lifts its eyes to Him that holds the winds and the waves in the hollow s t HiS hand to Implore His protection and fflllief The news of this calamity was flOBhod over the wires of this great country and the touch of the sor rows of our brethren caused an in stantaneous response from the hearts and pockets of the people from the President down to the everyfprm j stricken city and adjacent country Kttho news still comes in that other small places through Texas Mild Louisiana have had their share Of destruction and death but the nature of the disaster taptoo1willod tenderness of this great nation All the great railroads and they fire the greatest Kutrerers in loss of property are transporting relief supplies free of charge AN OLD CITIZEN GONEI IiIout of tho Gas Works in this city fiUad at the Kings Daughters Hos Jpital He was a gunsmith by trade tend the firm of which ho was a vjmdmbor was Montomery Sago and their place of business was hero the White Crook Saloon is sffnow located When a boy wo have qfJ en thorn drilling out a rifle barrel and putting in the rifling grooves Mr Sage was an export machin Mist but has boon out of business on Piccount of his ago for many years His last employment here was as Superintendent of the O F C Dis Ptillery when Col E H Taylor was the proprietor He had jrI living in Lexington for a long and was brought hero to die He- W s buried in our cemetery tGo to Mrs Sally Thomas and see the handsomest lino of patterns ready to wear hats novelties and t ribbons in the city l2t f DISTINGUISHED MAN DEAD l Hon Tlios Turner of Mt Stor ling died at his homo Jn that city on Tuesday last aged eighty years Col Turner was an able aggressive and honest man one who stood firmly to his corivlctiQiiB of right i CANDIATES FOR CONGRESS The following are the candidates nominated for Congress in the sev oral districts of this State up tc this date with their party affilia tlonsFIrst DistrictChas K Wheeler Dem Bon C Keys Pop AllenIand Rep DistrictJohn S Rhearhird iDem McKanzio Moss Brown Dom and Rep Fourth Distriot R M Jolly Rep D H Smith Dem Flfth District J P Gregory Dem H S Irwin Rep W F Parker Pop Sixth DistrictS- eventh District W B Moody Dem South Trimble Dem Eighth DistriotrGeo G Gilbert WiljfavnsRepNinth District J N Kehoe Dem Saml J Pugh Rep Tenth District J B White stepsSmith Dem Vincent Boreing Rep Does the 1 Baby Thrive i If not something must be wrong with its Food If the t mothers milk doesnt nourI t ash it she needs EMULSION It supplies the o elements of fat required for 3 the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial a food then it requires Scotts Emulsion It Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its 1 bottle will have the desired T effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies 4 and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth t of our statements Should be taken la summer MS well as winter and Ioo all BOW NE Chemists New York CINCINNATI FESTIVAL The Oriental Plaza one big feature of the Cincinnati Fall Festival whichtakeH in four halven of Plum street lying between 18th and 15th streets and divided by file canal with its thousands of fAiry lamps electric lights bun ivtg and strange exhibitions from all climes will constitute a picture not exceeded by anything short of the groat Chicngotrectors have s finest grdupoffattractions obtainable in this country nothing spurious nor mediocre w ill bo tolerated Trips have neownyulo to various parts of Denverlomahn such as came up to the required Standard wore accepted Begin ning with the Music Hall Odeon in which will be an All Nations Theatre a dozen other attractions will be distributed about over the space between 13th mid 15th streets on both sides of the canal backof Music Hall Theatrical performances of differ inIposition Buildings will bo the great Wallace lion and other ant mals with their trainers Col E Danl Boone grandson of the famous Kentucky pionoor is Wal laces trainer At the right of this entrance will bo found Col Magnus Schults troop of twentyfive thou sand dollar trained Danes the most sagacious dogs in the world Duch ess the wonderful trick elephant now the greatest in captivity is in this section Here will also be found Ajax the trained lion Across the pontoon bridge are located the Streets of Cairo Oriental Theatre and other European attractions The Streets of Cairo will Abe 250 feet long with plenty of room for the camels and other di versions of the children of the Ori 0nt In the Oriental Theatre will r be found high jumpers gun spin nors and Turkish dancing girls led by the far famed La Belle Rosa Queen of the East and here also will occur the novel Turkish wed ding ceremony in all its details Bosco the great snake enter will also be hero Near by will bo Lunesta the flying lady a girl of great beauty who floats about in mid air apparently without sup port of any kind She is supposed to be ruled by hypnotic influence Another feature of the Plaza will be the Mexican and Porto theares showing the theatrical costumes and customs of those countries from a stage view LOW RATES TO CINCINNATI FOR THE FESTIVAL inclusiveICincinnati and return at one and onothird faro good returning until Soiitemberjnnt for one fare for the round trip good returning the day fol owing the date of solo account Full Fes tival J B NEWTON G P A- Telephone 99 EVERYBODY BEADY Everybody has been looking for ward to our Street Fair and Carnival as the great event of the year and has been making preparations accordingly The committees have finished all arrangements and all that remains to be done is to erect the booths etc These can be put up in short yearI has brought good resaltsand everybody is now ready TO BE CARED FOR When we had our Street Fair last year the articles which were exhib ited at the Court House were left unguarded and uncared for with the result that a good many things were carried away and the owners never knew what became of them Eatables wore consumed likewise Exhibitors this year may rest as sured that their exhibits will betaken care of and returned to them in good shape NOTICE certificateNoKontucleyhaYingbhas been made to the authorities for the issuance porsQnsinterestcause why such certificate Should not bo issued MRS L J GARRARD jyl2m Miss Maria Lindsey w ill open her musIc s October the first and viHIgive piano theory lessons IJ QtaIj I j IN GALVESTON There are a number of former elf izens of this county who were resi dentsof Galveston nt the time the great hurricane struck that city Among them tine Col Len J Cox Mrs Nellie Stedman Cox Mrs C C Barrell daughter of Col Cox and others whose names we do not now recall Their friends are very uneasy as to their fate as nothing has been heard from them ILADIES REMEMBER that C KAGIN BRO have just received their now line of FALL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS in all of the latest weaves It will bo to your interest to see their line before pur chasing elsewhere 1tf Nazors Studio is the place to get campaign buttons of candi dates We make all that are made in Frankfort and undersell the others Remember the place above Express othVe 51tf Tile best cabinet photos per dozen at Nazors Studio above Ex press office 61tf Try the Capital Steam Laun dry for a clean shirt or collar Telephone 17 16tf SOW 6ow Peas FOWL IMFMYINO SOIL WE HAVE LARGE STOCKS of these and all other Seasonable Seeds such 09 German end Pearl nillets Soja and Velvet Deans Seed Corn Teoslnte Sorghums Hlllo Maize Buckwheat Etc Write for lriccs and WOOD d STUBBS Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY Dates For Fairs in Kentucky a The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky Fairs this year so far as reported Owensboro September 18 five days Glasgow September 19 four days Henderson September 2o live daysHorse Cave September 2G four dive Mt Olivet September 13 days threeI Hopklnsville Elks Five days Frankfort Street Fair September 2628 I J EMiFLOUR i1 AnywherePatronize 2 J THE J E M MILLING CO TreasAug 1 4N 0 1 NS Nlo Ni- Qoeoeeeeeoweoeoe e0 I Thos K Robb I nlture Piano and FurI ie 2Experienced Localoe ijiStrayed or Stolen ROM tho farm of JP Stafford near Stcd wldtoPOINTERand answers to the name of Count A lily MrStaffordwhich leads to his recovery tfGEORGE L PAYNE Dissolution Notice HE firm of Rosanstoin Roaonburg Co BrolthnvlStOlalrtinue the business Frankfort Sopt81mISpare Women In former years when thin women offormand follow this by rubbing into the skin cod liver oil Now they cm ploy the more le U1t way of buying Scotts Emulsion and taking it in ofthluO4STOaxABears the ita Best Way to Cure BackacbeI Backaches are caused by disorder KidneyCureSouth S Longmoor MeKee Bardie KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatIt- artificlallydlgeststhefoodandaids Nature In strengthening recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It lathe latestdlscovereddlgest ant and tonic No other preparation- can approach it in efficiency It scantly relieves and permanently curesSDyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsan- all other results of imperfect digestion Price50c size contains 2M times small size DookallaboutdyspepslarfalledfreeS Prepared by E C DsWITT AGO cblcaa SOUTH IONGMOOR W McKEE HARDIE no Eintitatlons upon Residence Travel and Oc patios Payableintfold PaidUp Insurance Ualues iA Important features OF tltilon mwiwd Policies OF LIFE INSURANCE INCOHTESTAIILITY from date of issue Grate II- IPrcmlum Payments itg- ash Ualne wj r Loan UalwesCIIIextension of Insurance By terms of the Lmaine nonforfcitMre taw one of these privileges is And clear Just how and each is available Is IEever No technical qualifications loopholes for but in unequivocal everything islanguageI 111111PoliciesPay Premiums the MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW Iwithout Action of the PollcYholdoricontlnuinsurance for a F G BRODIE for Kentucky N W Cor 4th and 4 Jefferson Street a Agent Kr Does it Pay to Buy Cheap Si A cheap remedy for coughs and 4thingmore severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall moretnot possible for you then in either 1 case take the ONLY ronedythat has been introduced in coun tries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Hoschces Gorman Syrup It not only heate and stim mates the tissues to destroy tIle rdisease but allays munition Onuses eary expectoration tie a good nights rest told curs the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all drurRistsSin the world For sale by S Holmes 4iy t z TJaE BEST GRDOERIES AND LIOU RS t LOWESV PRICES 1 1 JOffluISCOLL t L- Ir JACOB SWIGERT C GSCI Insurahce i Agentsw Sf1l 101 AND 102 ANN STRESS B1 omontou tb Capital Hotel 01J Lt5L jjjiSsY lfTH NIS l We havo boon placed under obli gations by Mr lion Nlokles for a bottle bf his oxcellont sweet wino vintage of 1899 Bon In a hustler rind makes a splendid article of wino at his vineyard on Holmes street W o desire to return thanks his kindness Sally Tliomas Is receiving Iior her fa millinery LOCAL CONFERENCE li1ii V The local Young Mens Christianr Association is preparing for a very interesting religious work confer once to be held Monday evening H September 24 The meeting will heat the Association Building and will bo addressed by Mr Fred B t Smith of New York City as well iojt JIB by local speakers The ladies committee will serve supper at 080- K1 clock Those invited include il men interested in thoroliglous wor of thc Association 4i Rend the notice of Messrs I ZRosenstcln Rosenburg Co in re gard to the dissolution of the firm GRAND JURY i tAf The following gentlemen compos- T e the grand jury for the present term of circuit court Albert ROllers foreman John E Klrtley Ben C 3tfil vm H Bedford Macklin John Smither Keene McGinnis J C B 11Polk Louis Harrod Quincy Sheets E EHwanger Jas W Carter and Gus Thomas arQte orful purifying South G Longmoor W McKee Hardie THAT BAND r The celebrated Newsboys Band t t of Louisville which gave us such good music last year will again bo tin charge of the musical part of our DenunzilLTeotQr and everybody knows and Joe He is very popular here FARM FOR SALE Rend the advertisement of Mr Jas H Rogers In todays pitper offering his fine farm of 180 acres for J sale It Is a good place and4 located i Y Hacking There is noth ing so bad for a coughing tendermembrane of tho throat and lungs and the wounds thusmade attract the germs of con sumption Stop your cough by using the family remedy that hoc been curingcoughs and colds ft of every kind for j over sixty years You cant afford 10 be with out it pry4iyourroughof the throat and lungs is removed all inflamma tion is subdued and the awiyTnree one dollar size is the cheap est to keep on hand the SOc size for coughs you have had for some time the 25c size for an ordinary cold For IB years I bad a very bad rybodIoleocoaeump lon Then I tried AyerB abottleMILLEROot281698 Y anycompllnt DoctortrotllIin STATE ASSOCIATION OF RE TAIL LIQUOR DEALERS Tho State Association of Botail Liquor Dealers met in this city on Tuesday in tho Council Chamber There were about 100 delegates pres ent Thp following were elected officersPresident John Hoilfondorfor Win chostor Vice resldcntlr L Carmody FrankfortFinancial Secretary H C Laucr Louisville Recording SecretaryD A Fur long Lexington Treasurer Geo Rickman Hen dersonExecutive CommitteerBen Steh lin Louisville Win Hollenbach Louisville J F HInes Lexington J L Nunan Winchester J L Carey Henderson Jas F Gibbons FrankfortDelegates National Convention Baltimore Geo B Salender jr Lexingtonkwere a given by tho local association o Wednesday at Cove Spring Park Do not purchase your fall hat before calling at Mrs Sally Thomas She can give you great bargains 532fc i LEXINGTON DISAPPOINTED The census returns have been made public as to Lexington fho show 26869 people in the Blue Grass Capital This is a great dis appointment to the good people of that city especially as a census made in 1898 showed that ther were 81816 people there There cnn be no doubt that Lexington has grown considerably since 1808 and that would certainly indicate that the 1000 census is incorrect rOn and after Monday September 17 Mrs Sally Thomas will show the handsomest line of patterns ever exhibited in this city and will be glad to show them to all who call 12t MILLTOWN Not many on the sick list Among the few Is Mr Clarence Arnsparger He is on the mend Mr Herman Stone the youngest son of Mr Dock Stone will leave tomorrow for Marion College Tobacco carting Is in full blaast Calivn Green has on the 1farm of Mr Dock Stone 20acres of the finest tobacco in Scott county He will complete his Job this Vicy Griggs of Richmond was the guest of Mr Calvin Green the past week Mrs Josie Green of Milltown gathered a 22 Winchester rifle and out in search of a mad dog last Wednesday and traced him till ho was shot- Protracted meting is progressing nicely at Stamping Ground Baptist Church conducted by Pastor Bea gle and Rev df Lexington PAPAS LOST BOY REDUCED RATES Via Southern Railway to Louis vine account Elks Fair Septem her 17 to Southern Railway otTers best sop vice to Louisville from all stations in Kentucky and reduced rates as follows One fare for the round trip Sop tember 17 19 22 20 and 29 tickets good to return one day after date of saleOne and onethird fare for the round trip each day from Septem ber 17 to 28 inclusive tickets good to return until October 1 1000 For further particulars Inquire nearest agent RailwayS Passenger Agent- Lexington Ky WM H TAYLOE Asst Gen Pass Agt Lonisivlle Ky OUR FALL GOODS aro coming in every day and our store is being crowded with pretty NEW GOODS You vill find our prices reasonable 0 KAGIN BROW 41 St Olair st at the Bridge 1tf BIFF BANG- 1SergeantatArms B B Hensley of tho Senate and Representative E E Barton had a difference over a personal matter on Friday aftertnoon in which Hensloy called ton a liar No sooner said than bUll bangl Barton landed over HenJsleys eye knocking him down cutting a gash two inches long The men quickly clinched and fought fiercely for some time it requiring olght stout men to separate thorn Tho scrap caused considerable ex oltomont while it lasted The First Cincinnati Fall Festival Sept 19th to 29th IIfyou cant gob o Paris come to tho Paris of America One hundred thousand dollars have been set aside for tho festivities of the Cincinnati Fall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be the leading feature All tho fumousIJcrmanent exposition occupied They cover over 100000 square feet of space and will be filled with new novel instructive and in teresting exhibits Cincinnati origi nated Industrial Expositions in the United States and the present one promises to be more attractive and novel than ever before 1000 In Gold Vill be given for the best Float In the great Trades and Manufacturers Parade A gorgeous Flower Parade the greatest spectacle ever witnessed in Cincinnati will be a feature of the festival The Plaza will cover both sides of the canal for many thousand feet filled with novel entertainments newIla the Great Springer Music Hall One of the largest and most famous spectaeulltn r ory gran I cast and gorgeous New costumes and inspiring musiciThe opening of the festival will be by booming of cannon ringing of bells and the welcoming ceremonies in honor of the Harvest Queen whose royal barge will be met on its way down the Ohio an who will be escorted in great state to a grand reception at Springer Hall dYg boats The Zoo Coney Island and other summer resorts will huvespecial pro grams thoan other day devoted to a Monster Ath lobe Carnival Cincinnati cordially invites he neighbors to participate in these festivities Low rate excursions will be run daily vII Queen Crescent Route dayrs upon g portions of the vast program of fes- tivIties and amusements take place The emergency bags sent by a church society to Kansas soldiers in the Phillipines contained among tho necessities a box of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve the well known cure for piles injuries and skin diseases The ladies took ogre to obtain the original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve knowing that all counterfeits are worthless Sout Longmoor W McKee Hardie THE LADIES TO THE FRONT The ladies will be right upin the frontof the procession at our Street Fair and Carnival They are aiway- in thO lead in any thing that I gocd pure and right God bless them Especially is this true of our Frankfort ladles Thoro are some people who say they dont like Frankfort and her people Dont mind thorn The are cranks and kickers in genoraj If they wore in Heaven they waul kick EXHIBITOBS You nand not fear to bring your exhibits to our Street lair Every article will bo ticketed and taken care of while on exhibition and re turned to tho owner after the Fair is over Bring along your exhibits of all kinds then Make the Fair a grand success and win your own prizes Fatality Follows Failure to use Foleys Kidney Cure in tune If taken in earlier stages of Bright disease and diabetes it is a certain cure You have noticed the high death rate from these diseases and It is not wise to ignore early symp toms when a sure medicine lik Foleys Kidney Cure can be had South Longmoor W McKe- Hurdle DONT YOU FORGET IT That Frankforts people can and will give the greatest and most en- Joyable Free Street Fair and Carnival of the year- Lexington Louisville and other places may and will have good shows but they cost like smoke Hero everything will be free to all comers regardless of race ago or previous condition of servitude Come 2528 and see if this Is soSep I I am a switchman writes A Jso of 9201 Butler St Chicago and am out in all kinds of weather- I took a cold which settled In my kidneys and was In very bud shape advertised medicines with no benefit until I was recommended to take Foloys Kidney Cure TWo thlyds of a uottle cured Hardle mo South Longmoor McKee IN KENTUCKY eondeniet Schedule flat 20 1900 KABTIlOUNn No No 6 orLV LoUlHVlllO 745am 400pm 74tipm- 010amAr Shelby vlllo 632pm 03pra DbpceArLeziugtan1045am 716pm KXypm VTESTIIOUN- N oa No itLexington 730nm 485pm 515am- 7fi5umAr Versailles 502pm 820umAr larencebir 63iipin 553am Ar Sbclbyvllle 010am 815pm K30an Ar LouUvlllo 740pm 750am WESTBOUND No NO llT STATIONS 121NO 11 400pm 745am v LouUrll Ar 740pm Wan fl25pm 1000am Lv LarnobrgAr BSOpm 810am 715pm 1043am ArHarodsbgLv 440pm 720am 730pm loMam Ar Burgin Lv 430pm TlOani XASTUOUm WXBTBODND No 15ltNo STATIONS iNoTKLItKo r14OOpm 745nm Lv Loulsvll Ar 1040am 74tpp 632pm 910am tar Shclbvll Ar 010am ilSpm 647pm 1025am Lr Vcralles Ar 750am 502pm 340pm740pm9E192D0UND WK5TBODND tN0 TtNo b STATIONS tNo QitN0 i Joroam17oIOpDllo22am No No 8 Lv STATIONSI 745am 74Apra Ar lOHSam lasopra Ar 700pm iiiAr AMhcvlllo lOam Ar Savannah fU5u m Ar Jacksonville g25a Lv Chattanooga lOSpm 1160ptAr Jacksonville 830am 1000pm lLv Chattanooga AtOm 4am Birmingham 1005pm 1145am 030pmArNo J through sleeping car Loulsvlllo to Blr Ingham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na 5 tree observation chaircar Loulivllla to Lextnuton No tree observation obalr car Lexington to Loulsvlllo eNa Mecplngcar Birmingham to Louisville xlagton All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burgin dally Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos 1rand lOclally Nos and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles NIcholasvllle Rica mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trnlna dally rSOANNON3d VPaGM J M CDLPT Washington D C Washington D WATnilKOPA WMHTATI01CAG PA Washlutfton D C Louisville ICy LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 BOUNDh MILES 6TATION8 DailyEx aP X 0 Lv Loxin tcm 2 7 6 Montrose F240 Faro F 8 WynndottoP257 F8 X Wincheotor 3 10 8 80 8sIndian Fields FBB8 FOOD Clay 8 60 Stanton 400 25 4j Rosslyn F F 0 Fiteon 4 F 0 65 Dundee 480F047 Natural Bridge F 85 954 Gloncairn F 9 10YISI 10dJunction 6 LvSt Helens 5 F10 Ffi 96 FIO 82co Athof 5 43 8t Oalttlalo F6 5QFI1 00 Elkutsnru Ot Ar Jackson 3 15 t WEST BOUND MILES sTAxloxs NO2 City Ex Sun Lv Tnuluon 6 2 2Blkntnwn 083F283 8t Oateunla F04F240AUiol 6 58 2 ro F OIF 5 StHolona 710F810 ro Bouttyvillo Junction 721 0 Ii- vBOQ 8 Ry l Ar 7 50v 6 40 Lv FinciiRtlo F783F8R3 It Torrent 7 8 8aDundee o 8081408 60 on f 8 4 47S F 8 21F 4 H Stanton 88 4 3o w Olny Oitv 842 SUF4eMistletoe 023FS15 20 3Avon 9 F 6 6 MontrosoF 0 53 F 5 60 OAr Lexington 0 L 8 K TIME TABLE SOUTH C Bears No15 No1- P M II17 3111MldwarFrankfort 9 650 Carlatlansburg 340 6M Eminence 868 103S 641 Lagrange 425 710- 45fclAnchorage 31 715 ir Louisville 525 1206 810 NORTH LT Louisville 200 720 410 Anchorage v Frankfort 435 950 Midway 507 1026 TextDuton 540 1059 CAtho Signatureof ill RfllLWfly Vas the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tre mendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities nnd the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life They develop every power of brain trod body Only 25c nt J W Gayle drug store oJ That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build health Easy to take Try if not cured Sold by J W Gayle druggist OSTEOPATHY Richard P Bfekraaster D 0 Graduated under A T Still fdun del of Osteopathy Ofllcc 41 St Clair street oppoeit Custom House up stairs over Kacin Bros dry goods store Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Evening hours 7 to 9 Telephone free 14tf r o sun spots astronomerscause the extreme heat thiirsimi mer and doctors declare nearly all the prostrations were induced by disorders of stomach Good health follows good digestion Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat If you havo indigestion or dyspepsia it will quickly relieve and permanently cure you South LonginoOr W McKee Hardle The Dread of people with weak lungs who suffer from stubborn coughs is consumption Foleys j Honey and Tar if taken in time consumption South Longmoor McKee Hurdle To prevent consumption quickly cure throat and lung troubles with one Minute Cough Cure South Longmoor W McKee The most dainty and made are DeWitts Little ors They are liver and bowel troubles gripe South Longmoor W Mc Kee Hardle Ii Dally No4 IO ail 00 beII 1017 IP444I47Chtlatlnnsburg TOnT NerveN backm Kirksville151o A1o145- Consultation strengthensa lrdieiJt PlUM and Whiskey HaWti cured at home with ofpartieulara 1B COj Atlanta uilic Norm Pror ItaThe wolf in the fable put on sheeps clothing because if he traveled on his own reputation he couldnt accoun plish his purpose Counterfeiters of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve couldnt sell their worthless salves on their merits so they put them in boxes nnd wrappers like DeWitts Look out for them Tuke only DeWitts Witch J j6bskin diseAses South Longmoor For Sale 1lj A first class byclcleJflg model Bymbler Is offled for sale Apply at this oNce rff a For Sale A new doublesent trip and oApplyatthis ofllce horse for sale cheap f Question Answered theInrcivilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thought of using anything cise for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scarce nppendicltis AUKuatFlowerstop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stlm ulate the nervous and organic action theytookheadaches and other aches You GreensAugustyou satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly a Read This dayWhatbargains which we dished out to our trade last week and you will wonder Star tobacco 880 per pound or 80 per plug perpoundBreakfast bacon at lOc ound 1 poundLANGDONCIzASEY r poratod Formerly Blue Grass Grocery 582fc ST ijjirST t f Mr a u- V p c ON 7 rnon rHOiOGJAPn TAKEN AUG i STATELY AND MANUFACTURES AND LIB rERAL ARTS BUILDING FOR THE EX- POSITIONV 4 The building to bo devoted to Manufactures and Liberal Arts at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo next year is of the same general proportions as the Machinery l and Building These two splendid structures are It Bn opposite sides of the Court of the Fountains and aro the largest f buildings of the Exposition each covering more than four i western frontage of the ranuiacI Lures and Liberal Arts Court of the Fountains Ii 85G feet and on the Mall at the Ipaorth Is 500 feet The 4 Building is its nearest neighbor at the north while on the east side is the Grand Canal and beyond it the 4live stock displays A bridge spans rho canal at the eastern entrance On the south Is one of the beautiful subordinate courts known as the Court of Cypresess with fountains feband floral displays shrubs lawns Cand other decorations This court the building from the c J Ron E H Taylor jr has an nounced his candidacy for the State Sic Senate from the district composed of Anderson Franklin and Mercer counties Mr Taylors long ex laperienco in public ing wIth his service as Mayor of this city then from Psttie county and for a whort term as WSenatori eminently fits him for tholfto which he aspires of this fclmake no mistake in electing Mr Taylor to the position AN APT RETORT nan article In one of the recent on John Wesley many ilittlo known phases of tho cliarac jVerbf the founder of Methodism are brought out His quickness of repartee is illustrated by an anecdote of his reply to lb boor Wesley met the fellow in a narrow IpasBway I never make way for wfool II insolently said thin man Wesley drew up to one side made a most courteous bQW and replied fwlYs doI + iJThe Endurance to I t jfOf the Crime r I Is proverbial The endurance of the popularity of our Watches t is not founded on any whim of the people but on the merits and general of the articles we sell Our new fall line of y Watches is by all odds the richest and most comprehensive line revehave yet shown It includes everything in Gold and Filled YSthat may be desired and the opportunity for selection is the greatest ever offered t I M AISELBERTBELXAJ3LE EVVELEFIr t yl I 110W1NQ PROGRESS ELtCTRlCin TRAN5PORTAT10N 1900 BUILDINGS BEAUTIFUL PANAMERICAN gPonthe Agricultural separates ANNOUNOED affairKcomniQnc Representative magazines I excellence nACHINErT Transportation and Government B ildJ IngsIfeet containing a large pool whereIa fountain Imparts an life to the scene About the pool are winding paths richly bordered with flowers plants and shrubbery with hero and there comfortable settees to invite the visitors to rest Four broad aisles will load from the fourmain entrances of the big build ing direct to tho court where tIle fountain will form tho central attraction and which may be see from the several distant points The exterior of the building is strikingly graceful and beautiful The style is a free treatment of tho Spanish Renaissance with high vaulted loggias on all sides connecting corner pavilions wi h th four main entrances A conspicuous and highly ornamental feature ofI the building is a high dome flunked by four square open towers over the southern or main entrance Tho entrance which Is approached by broad steps between large groups of statuary IB a high arch with two tall columns on each side Above the arch elaborate high relief work enriches tho broad gable Statuary symbolizing the various arts and ANOTHER CANDIDATE I Popular and genial Billy Cromwell is out In a card announcing his candidacy for Senator from this district In tho course of his ItmcntlonRlected1 toII fly for linfotjpwhen ruylorHRoldler chn ediho Leg islature like cattle through th streets We always know Billy was a humorist but this is allowing his for fun to crop out in an unexpected place STORMS WORK NOT CONFINED TO TEXAS The West India hurricane which did so much damage at Galveston did not confine its work of destruc- tlon to that section alone It drovo its way into the lake region destroying shipping and a number of lives It then went to tho Now England coast where it inflicted damage to the extent of several million dollars Industries are placed in niches an at the angles of the several open towers above tho entrance All the entrances are of beautiful design cornicesIhance the attractiveness of tho gen eral aspect Color will be much used to give a certain air of gayety to tho dignified edifice The towers of the building may bo reachedby open air staircases The dome Is 70 feet in diameter and the galleries which encircle It are so arranged that one may have a thne general Interior The dome is larger in diameter by six feet than that of Santa Maria de a Salute Venice and contains a whispering gallery equal to St Pauls in London The coiling IB decorated with colors dieameter like the stairs in the tower of St Marks Venice up which Napoleon rode his horse or those in SI Peters Rome by which you ascend to the dome and balcony The building is lighted from the windows in the loggia and around tho inner court and from skylights The exterior of the building will be of staff with metal the roofs The architects are Shepley R tan and Coolidge of Boston rTHE NATIONAL PARTY IA convent in of the National Party whatever that may mean was held at Carnegie Hall N Y nominateIPresident U S Senator Donaldson Caffcry of Louisiana was nomi Hated for President and Mr Archi bald Aiurray Howe of Cambridge Mass was named for Vice Presi dent This makes about the eighth ticket nominated for those offices CIRCUIT COURT There was virtually nothing done In the circuit court until Thursday when tho case of the Commonwealth y James Howard charged with killing Goebol was entered upon Tho sheriff was out all Thurs day afternoon summoning ad ditional jurors Up to the hour of our going to press bub little progress had been made in Bocurjng a jury r Flutino photos 2 per dozen The latest styleout Nazor above Ex press office 61tf Prevented A Tragedy Timely information given Mrs George Long of New Straitsvllle Ohio prevented a dreadful and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many DrIKinjsmarvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneu mania Such curesare positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat and lung troubles Only 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at J W Gayles drug store Mason jars at 85c a dozen created a perfect stampede last Tuesday at the Blue 51It lveIwill not cost you nl cent if it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and rlqulredIfrostbites quinsy pains in tits side and chest glandular clad other swell ings are quickly cured by applying It Every bottle warranted Price 25 and 50 cents J W Gayle drug gist WJScoilow Has Removed to No 231 Him StreetP- owers Old Stand Where he will open up a big stock of groceries September 15 JURY SELECTED T Contrary to all expectations a jury was obtained in the circuit court In the case of the Common wealth v James Howard just fore our paper went to The following gentlemen are members of It R H Hawkins Wash Crutcher J S Wilson A M Duvall Wm Baker Sam Lewis Marion Webster Saml Coggeswell Jore Tracy A B Bacon Robt Magruder and Frank Bacon A GOOD ONE The following Canadian story is worthy of reproduction Seven years ago a farmer in the neighborhood of Guolph Ontario says the Guelph Herald hung his vest in the barnyard a calf chewed the pocket in the garment In which was a gold watch One day recently the animal a staid old cow was butchered for beef and the watch was found in such a position be tween the lungs of the cow that tho process of respiration tho closing- In and filling of the lungskept tho stem winder wound up and the watch had lost four minutes in the seven years Skeptics are Bhowh the watch in ovidQncoOf tho truth of tinstoryt The ancients believed that rheurmatism was the work of it demon x within a man Anyone who his hall an attack of sciatic or inflamma thereInfliction nevelbeenfiemonsbut fithundreds hear testimony to the truth of this statement One application relieves the pain and this quick re worthI I J A FOLLOWER OF MEASLES In c hfollowsspeaking of this Mr Walter B Beel fsaystack of measles which left me with a bad cough I took several doses or Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the cough has entirely disappeared r I consider medicines saleb JECZEMA nICHING HUMORS PIMPLES 7 CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers 1tresslng j feel ashamed to be seen In cotnpapy Do scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain In the PainsSwoUen SorestEutinKsymptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanies Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the t to become clear and the breath sweet B B B Is just tho remedy Iyou have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 30 years Readers ofthe ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydrUJlKistsnt Completdlrectionferers may test Ittt trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD AtlnntaGRgiven48ly 2 fForTill Kind You HIYI Always Bought IBears the of Foe SALE u A slldln window kApplyI t FOB S lE Of 8ET J iiT1 beautiful location overlooking both the city an o1LANDMRS WM HODMAN Yeti Frankfort KrtI For Whooping Cough jt IJ U Both my children were taken iWith whooping cough writes Mrs O E of Danville III Arsmall bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar gave such relief that I used a 6k cent bottle which saved tneadoctors blll Nothing else so good South Longmooro W McKee Hurdle c1 7I RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHUIICH Rev R L McCready Hector Roy B E Abraham As jglstnntMlnistor Holy Communion at 0 oclock Morning prayer anti sermon at 11 oclock The rector has returned from his vacation und will preach on Sun day SubjectIISalvation in tho cJ OnlyNoSundayschool and adult Biblo class at 916 a m Evening prayer and litany i on at oclock v pUbioiBAPTIST CHUftCH Bev M B Adams the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m t The Young Peoples Society will moot in the p in Pray r1neetlng Wednesday night 80 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a in Special classes for young mon v i Seats free and all arc cordially in Titad T O CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsio the pastor will breach at 11 a m and 780 p ni Night subject Slander and its Cure It t Owing to upon the main audience room the service Sunday Will be held in the enlarged and btiautiiled chapel tr SundlfoOsohool meets at 980 a m Peoples Society ofj Christian Endeavor meets in the L r chapel at 646 p m Leader Lizzie t McEwan Topic The Broad and Narrow r Ways Junior Endeavor Society meets atchapelPrayermdeting night at700Topic The Duty of the Young f to he Church fI The public will be cordially wel corned to these services and es peoially strangers in tho city i CATHOLIC CHURCH The Usual services tomorrow conducted b Bov Father Thomas S Major tfie pastor Low mass at 780 a m High t mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIR S T PRESBYTERIAN OHUROHRov J McOlusky Blay hey D D the pastor will preach at 11 a1n 1 No evening service- Sundayschool at 945 a m Society of Ohris 1 I tlari Endeavor meets in the Sunday tc Schpol room at 045 po m Prayerimeetlng Wednesday even- tng nt 780 I ln The pulbtc cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev T i F Taliaferror the pastor will at lli m and 780 frxnt y Sundayschool meets at 9t 4 a v m I EpwortllLooguo in Snnday lilfQo1 llrf Toom at 045 ps m r lt ermcetIng Wednesday night at ti l Tuesdayy7 Thq public cordially invited to at r tend per J SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHUBOH Win Crowe jrthe pastor will preach at 11 a m and V 780 P m t Sundayschool at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night nt7t ung Peopl Society of Chris tian ndeavor meets at 045 To nil thoso meetings the public is cordially invited J THE FEE CHRISTIAN CHAP vi JBL ST SIDEPreaching every th9rv Sul1dI1YR Prayermooting Thursday evening g1 at 780 tiCOURTS TO DECIDE j ir Wtr South Trimble filed suit in rvrthe circuit court on Wednesday pJeventJj the name of Mr W B Moody un 4 fL der the Democratic device on the 1official ballot as a candidate for Congress in this district It is understood that the case will w it ba decided at once and an appeal f4 taken to the Court of Appeals Waking Willow Furniture and r Wicker Chairs Wicker elilira seeR become MlM Inrt they w be o4eBed to look like sew with Gold Dust Wiping Powder sad warm vater Ueo a ecrubblag brush when water becomes Aa least soiled fresh follow with a soft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry method but must be wired dry quickly r nborsUt tm Till K FAtralANK II Louie tssto- n1i t THE LORDS PRAYER The following beautiful composition was found during the Civil war at Charleston S C It was printed on very heavy satin July 4 1823 This copy was taken from the original and was picked up by A P Green of Auburn Ind in Corinth Miss the morning the Rebel forces evacuated it May 80lh 1802 We have been asked to re print it for preserving in scrap books Thou to the Mercy Seat our souls doth gather To do our duty unto TheeOur Father To whom all praise all honor should be given r For Thou art the Groat God Who art in Heaven Thou by Thy wisdom rul at the worlds wide fame Forever therefore Hallowed be Thy name Let nevermore delays divide its from Thy glorious grace butThy King dom come But let Thy commands opposed bo none But Thy good pleasure andThy will be done And let our promptness to obey be even The very sameOn earth as tis in Heaven Then for our souls 0 Lord we also Thou wouldst be pleased to Give us this day The food of life wherewith our souls are fed Sufficient raiment andOur daily bread With every needful thing do Thou relieve us And of Thy mercy pity And for give us All our misdeeds for Him whom Thou didst please To make an offering for Our tres And forasmuch 0 Lord as we be lieve That Thou wilt pardon usAs we forgive Let that love teach whereith Thou dost acquaint us To pardon alLThose who trespass against us And though sometimes Thou find est we have forgot This love for Thee yet help And lead us not Through soul or body want to des peration Nor lot earths gain drive usInto temptation Let of anytruo believer Fall In time of trialBut deliver Yes save them from the malice of the devil And both in life or death keep Us from evil Thus pray we Lord for that of from whom This nU 10 hadrFor thine is the kingdom VMs of Thy work its won drous story TO ghee belongs The power and o And all Thy wondrous works have ended never But will remain forever andFor ever Thus we poor creatures would con fess AntLJjliusT would pay eternally ffineni i Jtj j SAFFELLS OPENING Saffeirs hew flrsfccliiss staple and fancy Grocery House will base its formal opening on Tues day September 18 This house has a clean entirely now and fresh Stock of goods which embraces everything handled by such a house They propose to sell as low as pure goods can be sold for Dont forget the place Masonic Temple Ann street Give them a call KENTUCKY MASONIC GRAND LODGE CONTRIBUTES On Thursday Capt John H Leathers of Louisville Grand Treasurer of the Grand Lodge of Masons sent 500 by wire to the Relief Fund of Galveston as the contribution of the Kentucky Grand nodgeI Illi rHoUStWorkihdWQrkwitOtit Dust J thisraouecwonreoatao wINGHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS t R1 i66NewRlvIIIII Learlerand Repeater Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM Salim THE ROUNDABOUT Ji- r THE fTEOPLE S PAPERL s EVERYB ODY TAKES IT Jr EVERYBODY READS IT f t iJ 1 Subscription OnlyS if Per Year jt j tirfk p fji BINDERY t iJtt i SSJt tBlank Books of fcll kiadi rattan up ia ikt higeftifc l lie l art Old Books and Music bound at ltwt ratM JOr ViQat 1n1bM iol1r11d t f- w OUR JOSe DEP TMENt- f fy ThE KENTUCKY STUGK FURUI Published at tho Hub of the Horse ITniversal Lexington Kentucky rlhe Leading Paper of America devoted to the Light Harness Horses Invaluable to every man interested in the Breed l1 ing Raising or Training of the Trotter or Pacert i Published at the center of the worldfamous Blue Grass region THE K rucKY STOCK F4RM Is the authority on every question relating to the horse Now is the time to subscribe For ninety days we are enabled to offer The Kentucky Stook Farm and The Frankfort Roundabout For one year for 200 Write at once and get v the Best House Paper of America jj if ri 0 COUNTRY FIRE 1 arf Hoge Station on the L N rail 1 road was burnod to the ground on Wednesday afternoon The houso cwas occupied by Mr John North i section boss It is supposed to i JbaYG caught from sparks from a aboutHly200 POSTAL CHANGES iif After October Isbtho ppstofiTdes ti t Saffell and Tioga this county wil- ltbe discontinued A now postodltfe LawfLthis city to be known as Elmoro InJallls on Tuesday Thursday and tl Saturday of each week His dgysjfy hIs oSce here wilOrelnain nsnOV Monday Wednesday and Friday tHis patients should bear these dates office hours from 9 a raUat t 6 p m and 7 to 9 p m 46vtf Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky ftBelow will be found a listof letters remaining unclaimed for the week- endingt September 15 1900 Anderson Miss Mary 2 jCook1 Goodwin E B Gordert Charles A AnnieFinn4 Hadjaki SalamdGeo JudgeMcDaniel MoFarland BWM Niefcles Frank North Miss Lizzie Prewltt Dr G W JennyBhodes Smith J Morgan Smith J L Smith Mrs Mary Jane Tarvin Sam P 2 rTaylor Mrs Anni 2 MinnielWilson Persons calling for anv oftheeo let ters will please say adverBisedl f S B HOLMES JP M DrR P Buckmaster Will be in his office in this city n Monday Wednesday and Friday each week Those desiring treat thiy9 BJ 46tf i For Sale tF j Aphonograph In good condition Applythis at Stery ef a Slave i To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the GeorgeWilliams tells D how such a sluvo was made free Hp hepelAAforover in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is won derfully Improved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melan choly headache backache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle work ing medicine a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every but tie guaranteed Only cents Sold by J W Gayle Druggist PATENT NEWS Louis Bagger Co patent at i torneys Washington DO report that on last Tuesday Messrs Taylor Carter and B Henry residents of this place obtained a valuable pat ant for improvements in ratchet Wrenches and to other residents of this State seven patents wore ir sued on the same date o ac4I4J9 T Beare Signature j ATha HatJ iI Attention I y To prepare yournuns for a busy life fn busy world send them to rEllenclale Commercial College near CurdsvtUe Ky The college is sit i Uated In a healthful and refined i neighborhood in Davless county remote rom the distractions and j temptations of city or town Only 4 c instructorsareemployedt v are holding good positions Board tuition furnished room etc f only 80 for 20 weeks Forctttnlugue- f and particularsaddress E GARDINER A M Pres rtphoto buttons for he nt Nazor tudioubove Express olllcc G1 lfL l Directory of Bcncvolcn Organizations JR U A M j lMeots Query Saturday night at 8 in north hull of Odd Follows Temple St Clair street Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend Pli QUTURIE H S MASONIC Hiram Lodgo No4 AIY meets second and fourth 11I nights in each month in Temple Ann Rtreethnt7U0 Master BEN T FARMER Secfy Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 meets the first Thursday night in each month in Masonic Ann street at 730 FRANK KEYES H PIBEN T FARMER Socty Frankfort Council No 5R 8 meets every fifth Thursday night11I Masonic Temple htreet at M P BROWN BENT FARMER Recorder MI JT meets tlietliir1Tliursriaynlgltt each month in M sonlc Temple Ann street at HENRY 730Ii 0 o F everyMoudaypie St OlaTrBtreet at 730 sBG MOORE N G S Secty Frankfort Lodge No 28 meet every Tuesday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 B Sr GAINES N G EUGENE WOLFF Secty Oriental EncampmentNo second and fourth Thursday n1 meetsI eachnldnth at 730 OHAS KEHR EUGENEWOLF Recorder KNIGHTS MACCABEES CapitalTent No 28 K O T M meets every first and third Friday night in such month in the north half of Odd Fellowd Temple at 730 JOHN RIES D A G A NELSON K R KNIGHTS OF lIONORI Frankfort Lodge Honor meets every fourth F ida in 930jOdd FelloSVeComplic at w B C A NELSON A o u w M Elkhorn Lodge No4 meets in TmplefJAB McEwAN Recorder B p o ELKS Frankfort Lodge No 530 meets every Wednesday nights at 730 oclock in FellowTsompleC R G L BARNES Secretary To Whom It May Coacera My official term of four President of Kentucky Growers Insurance Co expired on tho 21st day of the present month and I am no longer connected with said in this capacity632tJ BDELPH Frankfort Cemetery Co Notice la hereby given to the lot owners IiKtortho63td E L SAMUEL President Splendid Property For Sale IA TWOSTORY brick houso with large rooms and excellent collar teigUt acres of rich lend ice house stable upring in the inRridgoportTerms very rt wonaplH treat 632t THOSBFORDFnmkortKy JONLY iiO- NE DOLLAR Less than a cent a day THE MORNING DEWI of Lexington Ky Tte Creit Nwsfifgr tic II imI IfIIe stlilyll 1 per H the SId IFromTill December IISerf Your Nape Ml Your Moaay NOYbl 1 ONLY io nIjpjiiiI L t SPRINGER MUSIC HALL AND EXPOSITION BUILDINGS Cincinnatis w= = First Fall = =Festival September 19th to 29th 1900 t Industrial Exposition Monster Floral Parade Fireworks and Daily Concerts M odern Midway Plaisance Athletic Carnival AND A THOUSAND OTHER ATTRACTIONS m Low Rate- Excursions Every Day of Festival Dont 1II1u Warehouse DID NOT Burn And I will sell nil the goods it contains at cost in order to work them off quickly I enumerate a few of them below Lime cement plaster plasterers hair cotton waste roofingfeltcylenderseerred wagonsI store at bargains Entrance to Warehouses Alley Rear of Burned Store 1UAOOY LINS 15 CENT 1 WANTED- A good pastry cook also a chain bdrmaid with good references Apply at Fleming Hotel 12t lack of energy you and a run down condition generally all mean kidney disorder Foleys Kidney Curo will vesture your strength and vigor by making the kidneys well South Long McKee Hurdle i I IAttend building Just a- MomaoL We want to show you our MATTINGS We think you will be sure to buywhen you haveIlooked Into what wejoffer And here It 1CUT MATTINGS rIPoisonous toadstools resembling frequentdanthsonly tho genuine Observe tho DoWattsare poisonous counterfeits De WitohHJtain euro for plies and nil skin Ifs McKee Itee liB e L s bHotIJll 0 brifYj Graduate in Yeirrhmry Mcdlclifo i and Surgery All diseases of domestlo animals treated on BCjentlflc principles VS Diseases of Hogs a Specialty OFFICE THOMPSON B3BOSV1LIVERY STABLE MAIN STREET FRANKFORT Icy J BREWING cos 1LEXINGTON FINE BEERS and Flavor Are UEQUAL TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND f CALL FOR 114TJlB PIiO= DUCT OF A YtKentucky IndustryD O ROBINSON Frankfort tSept 2ly arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier andwThey are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a 1horse in prime condition Price aft cents per package 7 andLeCompte Royal Flouring Mills rMANUFACTURERS = r ornliI523 and 525 Main Phone 84 251r 1 cHIMMYJLUIIOiIWMYIYc g THE FAVORITE LINE FROM LOUISVILLE CHICAGO Elegant train equipment of luxurious l ModernWagner gencullNorthwestIncluding i 1 CALIFORNIA Frank J Reed G P Al rWAddress E H Bacon D P Ardontknow W orderFoleysLongmoor iPorThe large store room in MasonicTemple one of the best in the city CaptB J 4tit Editors Awful Plight F M Higgins editor Seneca Ill cureIJ 2frrdruggistIt Saved His Leg p s P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered intensely iiix months hlsleASalve wholly cured it In ten days BollsPninOnly29c AForThe Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signature of 1r