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THE FRANKFORT EOFNDABOUT tr i GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance f iVOL XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1900 m NO 14 THE FARMING REGION OF THE STATE OF WASH t INGTON sr r i Davenport Wash Nov 20 To the farm era of the eastern States very little Is known except ihIt general way concerning the rich farming districts of eastern IIi Washington Having boon raised on a farm In the iflFantl familiar with the nviny obstacleswith which the farmer In tho east must contend in producing his crop It is the purpose of tho write to give a correct and impnrttal description of this pi fdf the State of Washington Lincoln county Is located near the center oi the State on a north and south line and on the paRt side in s the second tier of counties from Idaho It contain 2480 square miles or 1500000 cores It is one I of the largest and most Important t fcounties in eastern Washington 11 embracing a vast ttrea In the great plate ru known as the Big Bend Country so called from the great bend which marks the course of the 1I Columbia river across the entire eastern portion of the State It Is also one of themost prosperous and pjro duotive counties In tim State it and offers thebest inducements to healthseekers housekeepers and investors The inhabitants of the county about 15000 in number are a thrif ty industrious law abiding people The soil is exceptionally rich fotirflfths of its area consisting of rolling prairie the remainder consisting of timber lands lying alohg the streams and the canyons of the Columbia and Spokane rivers The county is traversed its entire length by three railroads the Cen tral Washington Great Northern and Northern Pacific giving ready tronsportationJQf the entire area of the county it is estimated that 1000000 acres are agricultural lands 160000 graz lug and 850000 timber lands Among the ad van tagesolaimad for the county by its setlters are lands farmed cheaply that yield heavily central location giving outlet b separate railway systems and furt fishing u ready market for all the pr ducts of the soil The soil of Lincoln county is composed of n decomposed volcanic ash and la very fertile and while It Is the K denr soil for wlieat culture il Is rc equally adapted to all kinds of agricultural products The yield of wheat per acre en these lands is from 15 to 50 bushels In tho past the crops have been L exceptionally good running the ave nige up higher inn ever before This year the county produced more grain than ever before In the history of its settlement It is t estimated that 8000000 bushels of- vhd3at will be marketed from the farm in this county At the pre wailing prices this will return an i J man1vo paraE could be contemplated the v rolling prarles carpeted with grow ing wheat alternated by lark fields of summer fallow K The writer has boeltoJd by lj farmers Who canine hero from the t jasln the SOs with large families i Of small children and with but Flit tie means who now have procluc tlvd farms of hundreds of acres beautiful homes and substantial 4 bank accounts that it is not un common for a farmer to clean up from 8000 to 5000 from one crop Some do better than this Not alone does the soil of Lincoln A county produce wheat In abund- ffance but oats rye and some of the It moro hardy grasses do well here y Peachqs apples hears plums I cherries and all the herrles do well in all parts of the county Pile f orchards of the county this fall pro t 4 seated a sight pleasing to bohold Ii many of the orchards tho trees Yaro broken do wnaitl ruined from WWj big ovqrlondcd But the features tifpftlijQ country which makes it a Ijtx paradise for the farmor are these The early springs the pleasant summers and short and seldom cold winters tho healthfulness of the climate and the freedom of the country from ravenils lusectsas the hePKlan fly chintz bug potato bug and codling moth These pests which so harass tho farmer in the east are unknown here Land is clump Good railroad land can be bought for from 8 to 5 per acre on tenyears time onetenth to be paid annually at fix per cent interest on deferred payments Improved farms can be bought for from 800 to 2500 per quarter section accord Ing to location and improvements Davenport the county sent of Lincoln county IB located near the center of tho county in a rich farming community It hits a pop illation of 2000 and Is the largest town in the county It Is substan tially built and besides the solid brick blocks contains many beauti ful homes For schools mid churches Davenport has few equals among cities of its size The now high school building nearing com pletion which will cost 15000 Is a model of beauty and comfort GEO W CUBTISV Davenport 1SI THE PARIS FAIR AND THE PANAMERIOAN COM I PARED Frederick W Taylor director of Concessions at the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo recently re turned from a five weeks trip to the Paris Exposition where he has made arrangements for the transfer to the PanAmerican of some of the most popular amusement fea tures of the Paris fair On his return to Buffalo Mr Taylor praised tho Paris Exposi tion as an exhibition of tho pro ducts pf tho world but criticised its management He said the amusement features of the fair were very disappointing both to the stockholders and the visitors as there was no especial place provided for them but instead they were scattered In a haphazard way about the grounds and therefore hard to find Besides this disad vantage none of the buildings for exhibits were lighted during the evenings and tho principal portions of the grounds were as dark as a deserted village He attributed failure ot the many concessions to the fact that they were sold outright nt so much per square foot for the spade occupied instead of being being run on a percentage PanAmerican ExpositlonJgln consequence of this outright sale of privileges the In terest of the company Ceased and also many duplicate concessions were sold The South American countries all had elaborate d iplaYRt says Mr Taylor although they wore jovarshadowed by the older and richer countries Dr Day our sup erintendent of1 mining was at Paris in of the Standard Oil Cimpanys exhlbll I had along visit wjth the South American Representatives and found thom enthusiastic about the PanAmeri Olin Exposition We Invited them to lunch one day in one of our din jogs oars on what was known as the TransSiberia Railway a display made by an English car manufac turing company which was com posed of sqveral coaches including dining room cars while moving scenic curtains at the side of the coaches gave the idea of a trip from Moscow to Pokin anti I found that all of them wore anxious to have their countries represented at Buffalo next year They felt they would appear ton far bettor adavntage and also that they would make an acquaint Race with their sister Countries which would bo more advantageous than relations with the European countriesYes looked about for con cessions and exhibits and found any number Of European people who would like to coma here if they were ellgllbo and also many den 6ii IIwHlfrom Paris to Buffalo Many persons fear that it will cost an enormous sum to visit all the features of our exposition but surprisinglytNone of the Midway features will charge over 25 cents ad mission and probably not over four will charge over 15 cents The ani oytJloramaIwhich will serve no refreshments find sell no souvenirs will charge a little more than the rest which will have extra attractions inside such as shows in the theatres of the different villages where a small admission will be charged II I think 6 will admit a person to every Important feature of the Midway where will be located the only exhibits for which an extra admittance fee will be charged and for 10 or 12 a person can visit everything to be seen upon the grounds Perhaps the expense will be even less if the person does not cUtrerIentEvery concession we have let is under the management of men who have succeeded in the the show business Their concessions are backed by ample capital to make them sure of giving finished pro ductions II I think our Exposition when it is opened will present an artistic appearance fax surpassing that ofIany Exposition of similar sIze ever i hold Our buildings colorings landscape effects and grounds will surprise everyone and our electrical display will certainly go ahead of anything in thatilhe ever before undertaken II Abroad nearly every English speaking person I meta knew of the PanAmerican Exposition and asked me to mail them copies of tho posters glivng the Beck design and the Spirit of Niagara which attrrfo edjiTfuch attention at Paris IIJJust as the 485 p m train was leaving the depot for Lexington on chns1Whltohead frightened and ran away throwing the driver a young man by the name of Buford Price out and breaking his arm just above tile wrist and otherwise cutting and bruising him The frightened animal then ran into the surrey of Tom LIme the colored baggage man smashing tjiat vehicle and knocking the horse down This frightened two other horses and they rIm away Altogether there was considerable excitement for a short time and about a dozen ladies coming from the train were In great danger of being run over and would have been but for some lively skipping out of the way This is the second time tills horse has cut a similar caper The first time Mr Whitehead was thrown of the wagon and the small bone of his left leg broken and a youth with him was badly bruised and out up Tho most offeatlve little liver pills male are DeWitts Little Early Risers They never gripe t Longmoor W McKee Hurdle THE RURAL VOTERj There was no rest for tho candi dates last Sunday They were out with the rural voter and as the Bible labor with the ass 11workArgus What do the rural voters think of that Now will you be good BISMARKS IRON NERVEJ Was tho result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tre mondous are not found antiIwant sue cess they bring uso Dr Kings Now Life Pins They develop every power lot bruin and body Only 25oatT W Gaylos drug store I rt f I rzOY3ZLV Jz Z WC1f M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL SAFFELLS Staple and Fancy GroceriesA China and Glassware Fine Wines and 4rWhiskies f I We ask our city and country friends to call at 212 goodsS J M Saffell SonnFr n eL to o Ellendale Commercial College Nar ng School for Boys and Young Men who wish to study it orda Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short Hand OfficePractIce Penmanship Business Arithmetic The college is located in one of tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods in Daviesa county remote from all temptations and distractions of city or 1 town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Be opens September 10 1900 t r iir J E Gardiner A M PresVJuly 2J6m CURDSVILLE KYI HERE AGAIN The season of Christmas buying While you are in the spend ing mood let us sug gest that a very de sirable gift would bea fiOCKER We can show you the largest assortment of Fancy Rockers in the city Also a large line of odd chairs Book Cases Music Cabinets Writing Desks and many others too numerous to mention Geo H Stehlin Furniture and Carpets MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY T 7 31 PERSONALS I afowr Mayfieldt Col John G Criuldock of Paris attended tho Inauguration Trlggcounty ofSomerset LouisvilleIs ofOwensboro ofLexingtonHon J C S Blaokburn of Ver srtllleH was In the city this week Louisyule Loxingtonday Mr J Dudley Coleman of Louisville was here several days thisweek Dr O R Buckmaster of Rich IuuuguraUonBall MIss Mary Lydlck of t was guest of frlerfds here this week tX Col Jake Corbett of Ballard thistkv Owensboropr this week Col Roger D Williams of Lex daysIPattorneyfr3 DWillis4city Wednesday p Miss Bessio Garnett of Emi i nonce was the of the Misses Y bcottow Tuesday- sT DrWg Harrison county f Lexingtonwasmaster this week- MrIf Barrett O Oder of Cyn op RSavagePj Mrs Clara McPherson of Louis- villeft was the guest of Mrs Blanche Greene this week f Miss Virginia Cooper will be the ReadingduringMiss Katie Harvey of Louisville 5 was the guest of Mrs J B Lewis ty Third street this week Miss Genso Brashear of Owens boro was the guest of Miss Rose Critfcenden this week Mr W K Wall city attorney of oniRepresoutatiyetended the Inauguration Col J Stoddard Johnston was onO of the few old timers who at tended the inauguration Mrs Hunter Wood and daughter of Hopkinsvil were guests of Mrs JB H Blanton this week f Miss Nellie Fellmer returned Sunday evening from a weeks visit to friends In Louisville Col Green R Keller and wife of Carlisle were guests of his son 6 Dr H M Keller this week CynthinnaMrs JR Savage this week it i Mr J S Wllcoxsonof Christians burg was the of his daughter y Mrs H H Roberts this week f Mr George Egbort who has been in Pa for the past two months returned home yesterday Misses Bessie Vaughan and Lillian Lawrenceburg are visiting fronds and relatives in West Frankfort Miss Men Stone who has been visiting Miss Natalie McDanlel and Misses Pattio and Ophelia Thom ason for the past week returned to her home near Stamping Ground Miss Bessie Garnett and Mr t Loon MHos of Eminence attended the Inaugural ball here Tuesday L eveningMrs Joseph LIndsoy of Mr- T Sterling was the guest of her daughter Mrs T B Rodman this fc week f mj wifelWtlf week r Miss Florence Kendall of Louis El ofilrHJidipe Mr George Banta of Shelby fr county spent Sunday hero the guest of his uncle Mr H G f Banta I11rR George Olugston of Fayette county bunay and Monday in city the guest of Mrs Geo A Lewis t Messrs Huston Wood and Geo L Payne returned Saturday from a three hunting trip In South orn T entUIyI J SONtHave moved their stock of Carpets and Dry Goods to No 45 Bridge St South Side CaretsRugscordially invite our i Old Friends and Newi To visit us in our hew quarters AH Gobds At Cost and lets than Costf JI L RODMAN SON Hlm Mr Robs E Mornlngstar of Bowling Green the genial Secretary of the State Press Association was here this week MissesIMannle Powell have returned from New York Citx Miss Flora i all ot Louisville daughter of Col Ion B Null was tho guest of Mrs J B Lewis this week Misses Katie May and Mary Lou Baker of Lexington spent several days with Mrs GEm A Lewis on Second street this week Mrs John returned Fri day night from Georgetown where she had been her sister Mrs Carlton L Graham Mrs H W Alexander of Fayetto county who has been the guest of her Mr W J Hughes and wife has returned home Mrs F Hi Johnson gave a hand some entertainment on Monday in honor of Mrs Maury of Louisville It was largely attended Mrs George dlugston Mr John Olugston and Miss Lila Olugstonof Fayette county attended the funeral of Mrs Emily J Cromwell on SaturdayMrs Putnam and Misses Noe and Eleanor Short of Louisville wore the gUests of Mrs Albert Ummothun on Wost Main street this week Col Chas Dohler and wife Mr Fred Kollnor and wife and Mr George Kremer of Louislvlle were the of Mr W L Weiteel and wife on Tuesday Mr Archie Cromwell ofCoAi canu Texas who was summoned here by the death of his mother last week is his father Mr Marcus H Cromwell near Jetts this county Warren Montfort and daugh fMrs Gayle Montfort gave a entertainment on Thurs In honor of Mrs Barker of Louisville A large number of our best society people attended Col Jas A Scott and wife en tertained at their homo on Shelby street South Side on Monday WIBeokhmnlarge crowd present and time was a success in every way so wo were told Putnam Fadeless Dye Green is a very bright green quite fast on wool and silk but not so fast on cotton it is absolutely Impossible for you to dye a bright green on cotton thats fast to light 10c per package Sold by South Long moor HAPPY RIDGE scooting at Antioch last Sunday Bro South preached We also have prayermoating every Sunday morning at 1080 Mrs Martha Brawner who has typhoid fever is some better Little Humphrey Golns son of Mr William Goins is very ill with typhoid feve- rSpauldingOn WednesdayNov28 1900 a close and left a vacancy in the homo circle that no other can fill Honry Michael son of Mr Henry and Mrs Elizabeth Spauldlngj died at at the ago of 2- 0J1 1J f years 10 months and 29 days and while his days on earth were short theyhavecan spend a long eternity with him threeIaway On Friday mbrning at 11 conducted laidtograve was beautifully decorated by HallieSacrnLlz1ieBrawner goodI WtRIlate that cannot bo hushed and a longing for a touch of tlifLvan tileyoieothatthem keep him nearly twentyone beautiful years life though short was like a gleam of sunshine brlghtneBRLetsand the shadows floe away He sistersIloss We expect to meet him on the other shore When the angel of death with quiet tread homeITo bear the precious spul to better landIWeep yourdearDeaths struggle is over and his work is For none of doneIHe is not dead he is only asleep He shall wake on the judgment day Whop we shall meet him just over wayOur in anguish cried beIone To SIL1IFJhy will not mine be- done Of boys and girls wo number tven tytightIhopo number thorsamo at the beautiful gate PAPAS ONLY CHILD COLD STEEL OR DEATH There is but one small chance to save your life and that is through an operation was tho awful pros poet sot before Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis by her doctor after vainly trying to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble yellow jaundice Ho didnt count on the marvelous of Electric Bitters to cure Stomach and Liver troubles but she heard of It took seven bottles was wholly cured avoided surgeons knife now weighs more feels better guaranteedKidney troubles and never ells appoints Price 50o at J W Gayles drug store Largo sliced sweet lOo dozen at LangdonCreasoy Co 1411 Lt4 io to STAGG 4 I BACON L Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Pall Hardware w Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded ShellsIPowder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove i Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc l Stagg A N D JT SPEDIflL BY THEA fP + LeCOMPTE GAYLE CO + tit R 7CISIS eOcrJB SJCE FRANKFORTl j t r 10 w Days before Christmas A short time in which to make a tmBr selection of Roods suitable for giftmaking All our goodar 1 are moderately priced This is a good time for inspec tion while the lino is unbroken In addition to some daintly little novelties fally selected wo invite attention to oar very complete stock of tstaple and useful articles which afford a largo range of t selection for intending purchasers Kodaks and Koaak supplies Rochester Lamps Picture Frames Card Cases and Pocket Books Fine Perfumes Velvet Balls Graphaphones and Supplies Triple Mir Confections Velvet Morors Nunnallys lasses Candy Panoramic Views of Frankfort ncc L j f PLYMOUTH AND PITTSBURG COAL I ani receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump anti Pittsburg Coal of rthe best quality Leave your orders while it is large j n4 and clean and they shall have my personal attehtionI jr i Hoge Coal and Feed Compani f W H HOG Proprietor Telephone No 7 1 KENTUCKYSGREATEST NEWSPAPER E h I One Year aPO sIx Months S2d0 Bacon BNNODNCEmEHT IiilwkLOUISVILLE EVENING POST of Ithe IOne The pot sae an admirably ten Bureau will cover delay of completely hai the full A o Jated OWl Report and All the New All tile a Postal Card for ample Copy whichI THE POST LOUISVILLE PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Give your piano and work to John G Angus ho is one of our citizens and as as any in the Orders should be loft with Dr Averill Nov a 241mI WANTEDTwo reliable traveling salesmen fn each State permanent position salary and expenses j ex perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N 0 2Omlq Kodol Dyspepsia Cure r Wjicits yjpu at THE The Great Department Paper South Three Months 125 Month 50 Evening Cengrett complete Drop EVENING organ State what the Waskie Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Everything tor orchard lawn and garden forest and orna mental vines small and everything needed about tho home connIor No agents bottom to the ctJ181 planter Catalogue on application to Oct H P KT Dr Cady C adUfom rewders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic bloqd purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medipino and the best in use to put a horse In prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co t c t i 3 I For the Christmas TradeI t Toys Just the tling to please the children J Baskets in great variety 1t Hamburg and Vienna v jJ Leather Novelties flr Purses e 1 Card Casts l rIirrors c J a tI Big Cut in Prices o- nlCloaksuits and j Skirts for Christmas Trade iy iJil hfh f mij 8NSON 4MLiI1iiii + DEATHSr home of his 4 t grandfather Mr F M Conway in 1 this city on Saturday night Mr i Walter Con way son of Mr John r Conway aged 10 years of typhoid t fover tI This youth was an industrioust and upright lad Ho had dnly been tIflt tsick about two works His grand was proud of him The fun eral services were conducted from the cemetery chapel on Monday rnorning by It M B Adams after which time remains were buried In our cemetery ynUSAMInthntcltYt 6ri Friday r night Mrs Busam wife of Mr Win Bw amof consumption MANALY In this city on Fri- daY night Mr Catch W McAnaly aged about 50 years of pneumonia MATRI11IONTA- LWILSONEODMANInvitations f are out for the wedding of Mr H Clay Wilson and Miss Lettie U Rod man daughter of Mrs Jus Rod r man jr which will occur on Wed nesday Deo 26 Mr Wilson is a life insurance man Miss Rodman Is one of our most charming and handsome young girls She Is a granddauglj for of Col Tom Rodman and of the late Col James H Garrard former State Treasurer Slje is popular with all wlio know her GILLHALL At the Sacra House on Wednesday Mr Joseph Gill of Elmvillu and Miss Mtilmla ff Hall of Pleasurevlllq wore mar Darsie1y1 HALLHOLT Announcement is r Zmndo of the approaching marriage fll A Facer Tells its own story A laugh is often a lie on a womQna It belies the pain t which is tearing at the nerves But the j eyes have no part in the laugh Their L1 purple rings speak of I are too about the mouth which ooly pain can give Many women look for to a week of such misery each 4 jBoath Three months of each year are given up to suffering It weakens them It ages them It robs them of social k pleasures and family joys Can there be r any excuse for such women who fail to try Dr Pierces favorite Preacription It cured thousands of such anilerers rrmaneutlyItdred who give it a fair and faithful trial IPs sure to help Its almost sure to cure hI fcd Ml g of Internal mad h0 to M to fetd ertrr moatk had irregular Koathly feriodc which would MWttiMu tart tea or twelve days writes Mra Like r Holme ofI ekring Street Untoatown Pa Had la o bad that I could not eat aaytWB kardly Dr Pkrctt Favorite PrCJCTIPtica aad Golden Medteal Diaoovery Dr Pierces Common Sense 1Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to wr expense of only r Sena az one ant stamps for paperbound book or Itam for clout to DC R VPkrcerBuffalo N Y k Q mi 4 Remnant Sale of Silks and Dress GoodsIstill on All go at half price- Handkerchiefs for yours Sisters and your Cousins and your Aunts All pricesI r I Kid Glovesat Special Prices for Christmas S o co 1t nnn e3t I Womans of MrNW F Hall of this county and Miss Sallio Holt of Woodford countyMr is a son of the late Esq Whit Hall of Bridgeport and la a hustling and handsome young man Miss Holt Is the pretty daughter of Mr R M Holt superintendent of Mr J H Grahams farms Her mother was pretty Miss Annie Harris BIRTHS 1 COLLINS In this city on Wednesday to flfr M A Collins and wife a son- BRADLEYIn this city on Monday to Major W E Bradley and wife a son HOW TO dUR1E CROUP Mr R Gray who lives near Amenia Duchess county N Y says Chamberlains Cough Rem ejly is the best medicine I have over used It is a fine childrens remedy for croun and never fails to cure When given as soon as tho child becomes hoarse or oven after the croupy cough has developed it will prevent the attack This should be borne in mind and a bot tie of tho Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear For sale by JW Gayle druggist GALLANT AND CULTURED GENTLEMAN DIES By a dispatch received by his sister Mrs R P Pepper in this city on Monday afternoon wo learned that Major William E Starling had died that day at his home in Green ville Miss vory suddenly aged about 62 years Major Starling was the oldest son of Col Lyne Starling and wife and was a highly cultuied and elegant gentleman He was a brave and gallant soldier in the Federal army and was promoted to the position of Mrtjor for gallantry in action After the war I e settled in Missis sippi and was an energetic and pominent citizen Ho was a civil engineer pmployed on the government levee works He never mar ried He a large bestcitizenscircle of our and was universally admired for his noble qualities of head and heart We knew him well and rejoiced in his friendship Ho leaves two sisters Mrs R P Pepper and Miss Lottie Starling and two brothers Messrs Charles and Lyno Starling and a large number of relatives and friends to mourn his suddon demise SHOULD HAVE IT Now that Hon John W Yorkes has been made Commissioner of Internal Revenue we earnestly hope that bravo loyal truehearted and Jolly Gon Dan R Collier will be made Mi4 Yerkos successor as Col lector of the 8th Internal Revenue District Ho Is well qualified for the position having served as a revenue officer several years The State of Kentucky owes Dan Collier a debt of gratitude for tho skillful manner in which he conducted affairs hero during the troublous times of this year But for his undaunted courage firmness and good nature a conflict of arms would have occurred a number of times Prof Karl Schmidt the popular cellist will be another attraction for the orchestra concert on Jan 21 2t ABLE AND EARNEST MAN I DEAD ItJ s with unusual sadness that we chronicle the death of our distin guished friend Hon Pryor J Force of Shelbyville He was a gallant anti higit ninded gentleman fearless and true yet as gentle and tender as a woman in all his feelingS and conduct Only a few short days since he was in our city and we had the pleasure of seeing and conversing with him Now silent and still he lies in the home prepared for all of earth Another evidence of the uncertainty of human life Ho was a member of the Knights Templar Masons and was burled by them at Shelbyville yesterday a large number of prominent members of that order attending from other points- Kentucky has sustained a great loss Help is needed at once when a persons life is in danger A neg lected cough or cold may soon be come serious and should be stopped at once One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures coughs and colds and the worst cases of croup bron chitis grippe and other throat and LungmoorW SIDEhof J L Rodman Son have re moved their stock of goods to the Williams building No 45 Bridge street South Frankfort where they comfQrtnbJyI g ods business on the South Side and as they have a big stock of goods that they are selling oil ab greatly reduced prices they Invite their friends old and now to come and see them beforo par chasing elsewhere They are reliable and conscien Lions merchants and dealing with them are always satisfied They respectfully ask a share of patronage Cold and cough cures are num erous but the one that leads all others in merit Is Foleys Honey and Tar which is in great demand these days South Longmoor W- MoKee Hard WHITE SULPHUR i Fine weather for hog killing MiHS Bertie Murphy is spending the week with her aunt Miss Kate GamesMr Mofford is still going on his crutches Mr Hardin Rogers will be over seer on Mrs R P Peppers farm Miss Martha Champ is very low with the fever Miss Clara Games is bri the sick list but Is some better at this writ IngMr Calvin Newton was in our neighborhood last Sunday Mrs Charlie Jonesis still making her daily trips to Midway Mrs Lizzie Bedford and daughter havo removed to Kansas City to make that their home Time thieves are tnkin the dn GUESS WHOA cold cough or la grippe can be nlppqd In the bud11 with a dose or twoi f Foleys Honoyand Tar BoWar on substitutes South Longmotir VI MoKoo Hardie J t J Cut Glass and China in Beautiful designs IJL r for Christmas and Wedding Presents t t The New Poster Frames and other Picture r Frames in a number of styles t 1 Posters and Plaster Casts r I A SILENDID APPOINTMENT IOn Thursday afternoon President sent to the Senate the nomination of Hon John WI Yorkes of Danville to bo Commis sioner of Internal Revenue to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Col George W Wilson The ap pointment will tie confirmed at onceTo tho people of Kentucky who know and admire this able clean and upright Christian gentleman it is not necessary to say a word But to the outside wbrld with the greatest pride Kentucky can say It Hero Is my Chevalier Bayurcl Every inch a man Sans puer et sans reprocha Match him who can The President has honored himself his party and his country by the appointment of John w Yerkes Ho is in every way competent and qualified for theJiigh place to which he hits been appointed It in volvos grout labor a vast amount of patronage and unceasing watch fulness to prevent schemes to de fraud the government In accepting tho position Mr Yerkes will necessarily have to make a personal and financial sac rifice which few men would do Kentucky isproud of her son and is in some measure consoled for his being kept out of the office towhich many believe he was fairly and honestly elected by his promotion to this high position under the gov ernment Many have lost confidence and hopo as well as health because they thought their kidney disease was incurable Foleys Kidney Cure Is a cure for the discouraged and disconsolate Take no other South Longmoor W MceeK Hardle DO YOU WANT Tp soIl coal or timber land or other real estate If so rqad the ad under that heading The uosjod odisturbed time coughingLongmoor W pet a bottlo of Foleys Honey and Tar It always gievs relief cantlbeDAUGHTERS OFCONFEDI There will bo a meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy at the residence of Mrs Lula B Longmoor Second street on Tues day Dec 19 at 2 oclock p m This is a most important meeting FOR RENT- I offer for rent my farm containing about 200 acres located near well watered 50 acres In timothy meadow possession January 1st if desired Apply at Roundaobut office or at the farm MRS MOLLIE E THOMAS 12lm A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often cause a horrible burn scald cut or bruise Buoklons Arnica Salve the best In the world will kill the pall and promptly hqal lit Cures old fever sores ulcers boils felons corns all skin eruptions Best pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaran teed Sold by J W Gaylo drug gist j 1 ZILPAH vlr Jnumberthe many Is Mr Charlus Rodgers Fwho has bepn with pnouomnfab but is now convalescent 1 Mrs John Graves is seriously ill with typhoid fever1rfMr Luther and wife of Bagdad were tho guests of his parents Mr W B and Mrs Bettio Moore Saturday and Sundayj trt f Mr A B R Ziha and wife oC V communitythis 1Bellepointhis brother Mr J C Moore ab J Lebanon last Sunday weretheand family Sunday Miss Nancy Dowden was fchoj fruest of Mr Thomas Long andfamily Sunday Died In this community Wed nesday last with pneumonia the infant of Mr kmainsat Indian Fork Thursday Mr Wm Terhune and wife of J community jera of their aunt Mrs Catherine Bright fi DiedIn this community Sun Catherine at 4 oclock Mrs Bright after a ness She was near Oyearsof ageh EChurohChristian and died in the triumphs of the Christians faith leaves tf two daughters one son and a host of relatives to mourn her death The remains were laid to rest be fnmllyburday to await the resurrection morn We often wonder what has be wofgrontlymissed Thedearyour items and send them to the many homes where they will bo wUU1ghearts Vnley oomofocthCLOSE OBSERVER Get your tiokets early for the next Big Orchestral Concert 2t CHEAP AND EFFECTIVE f dIsonjcountyssays that during tho late ravages langsTwiceby tho disease and both times ho has successfully combatted tho disease Ayithout a single loss says the Farmers Frjend His remedy is thebarkiron kettle with water and reduce hogsthutgive two table spoonsfull three a Forirepeatlugis a cheap easy and safe remedy hand knowing Mr Crutoher we have t no hesitancy in offering it to our readers hoping some one may be profited thereby poundSaturdayCreasoy Co 1 jf rf W i Tno Frankfort nounffafiont Entcrc at the p wtollco at Frankfort Ken tuckyns secondclass wnUnble innttcr V OEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT DEC IB nol LIFES LABOR DONE IOn Tuesday last one of the sweet eat and most useful lives over lived in this community closed its record of patient and unselfish devotion i At tho ripe ago of 82 years Mrs Margaret E Graham widow of the late fro John R Graham passed over the river and is now resting under the shade of the trees in the better land yFor a lifetime the home of this saintly woman has been nn orphans asylum and in it they received the tondorefct care that could have been bestowed by the most devoted and loving of mothers Besides raising p largo family of her own she earel to lives of usefulness nearly- a score of bereft children Of her own untiring work in the cause of the Master her several pastors will all bear loving testi mony From girlhood she was a devoted Christian and a memberI of the First Baptist Church city She had seen that church grow from a small handful to the larde number of over 600 And she WHS tho oldest member of the flock Humbly gently and persistently JJ about the work of her hands and when commended by loving friends for the blessings she had conferred she was wont to say If I have done so little nothing worth while for Him who has done so much for me As the infirmities of age began to bear upon her sho longed for the home beoynd where so many of her love and lost had preceded her t Quietly she faded away and foIl asleep as the tired child upon its mothers breast What a glorious awakening on the other shore Her children and her childrens children rise up and call her blessed and the henrt of her hus band trusted in her The funeral services were con ducted from the First Baptist Churoh on Thursday afternoon at a oclock by Rev M B Adams her pastor after which the loved dust was tenderly laid to rest beside the husband of her youth A whole community mourns consllniplloo1sis growing germ precisely as mouldy cheese is destruction df cheese by a growing germ- If you kill the germ you stopthe consumption You can or cant accordingto when you begin Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil take a little at first genuine haG IIThe other on it It acts as a food it is the easiest food Seems not to be food makes vou hungryeating is comfortable You grow strong er Take more not too much enough is as muchas you like andagrees with you Satisfy hunger with usual food whatever gayyou like and agrees with you When you are strong again have recovered your strengththe germs are dead you have killed them SSiT you have not tried It send for sample Its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York 50c arid 100 all druggists ITHE IN AtGURAI NIOn Tuesday lust MrtJ Beckham of Nelson county who has boon acting Governor since April was formally inaugurated into that position iThe lily opened gloomy and cold but by tho time the procession began to form time olOuds had dispels d and the sun came out bright and clear It remained bitingly cold however throughout the dayiOne or two special trains brought in parts of two regiments of State Guard to the number of about men They were under the command of Col Roger D Williams 2d Regiment and Col Thos J Smith 8d regiment the whole under com mand of Gen David R Murray Adjutant General The procession consisted of the troops named together with the various Colonels on the Governors staff the Duck worth Democratic Club of Cincinnati Ohio the Louisville Mayor and city officials the officials from Lxeington and Fayetto county the Franklin county officials the State Officers some twenty nr twentyfive men and boys on hprsebaek and a colored club composed of negro Democrats from Louisville Lexington and this city The procession was marched through the principal streets of the city and reached the Capital grounds at oclock where the new Governor was sworn in by Chief Justice J H Hazelrlgg and delivered a short Inaugural address The weather was so cold that the ceremonies were as brief as possibly could bo made under the circum stances There sere about 8000 people in the city to attend the ceremoniesThe reception by the Gov ernor his wife and the ladies who assisted and the Inaugural ball was attended by a large crowd of visiting ladies and gentlemen and the lancing was kept up until after 8 oclock Wednesday 1l10rnlngt The young Governor urged a gen oral forgetting of the bitterness and strife of the past antI a more cordial feeling among the differing elements in the Statp DeWitts Little Early Risers are- dainty little piUs but they never fail to cleanse the liver remove obI structions and invigorate the HVSI MOjKeoThe way in which a lot of drunken soldiers behaved on Tues StIwas a them to thelc officers who did nothing to stop it and to our city for permitting such things to go on unrebuked It wits as much as a ladys life was worth to be on the streets for three hours or more This docs not accord very well with the following from the inaugu ral address I You see here a large part of the State militia reorganized in last few months and placed theI footing of efficiency that them a credit to time State BAD ACCIDENT While at work In the sawmill of Konnoy Bros on Monday afternoon Mr Albert Chilson was very badly hurt by a board falling on the sawI and a piece from it being into his face just under the right eye The cheek bone and a splinter two inches longwas forced under time eye ball Dr O H Reynolds was called In JtenW1ll1beIMPORTANT TUESDAYS Tuesday was inauguration day Next Tuesday will be primary election day Tuesday two weeks will be Christmas And Tuesday three weeks w ll be New Years Day What a lot of Tuesdays STRUCK GAS While drilling a ell on his ifarm known as the Dr Morris place out on the Owonton pike Mr John H Lee at a depth of 100 feet struck a strong vein of natural gas It is flowing at a great rate and is causing a good deal of excite ment in the neighborhood Who knows but that this may bo the be ginning of now enterprises for our county j JI In the whole circle of clothingbusiness handled such perfectly made and such correctly tailored T Overcoats From the lining of the pockets to the cover of the velvet color all and every thing shows theworicofr Ex81ieQoe WmkmOn Mens Strictly All Wool Overcoats 750 1000 1200 1500 and 2000 r Boys want stylish well made clothing as well as men Theylike to come to our store because they know we have the correct styles for boys Because we have better boys clothing than the other stores dont think that our prices are higher Boys Suits 150 to 50- 0HUDSONS Corner Main and St tea f u s scIO- yer Cerk EQUAL LDTAYLOg WHISKEYEXCElLBNCB r BOTTLED IN BOND THI Of ALL WHISKEYS IS NATURE THE TN ITS AOL AREPRESENTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLITAVWRSIONATUREISFORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR SONS DISTILLERS INCOnPOIUT- EDFRANKFORT KY LEXINcrmf dCOBR- EWERS OF FINE BEERS Wblnb in Quality and Flavor Arc TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry P 0 ROBINSON FrnnltforfcApt l3tpt21yJeeeeeo+e e9eeae IJEI z + iIInThe Finest Made Anywhere Patronize Home Institutions J THE J E M MILLING CO i Aug J N 18ly MILES Sec 6 TreasI + + + i ii Uiiiiiiti RabbIie 11I Piano and Fur e eIniture Movere2 Orating Carefully Done Experienced Men Good Borneo Mod crate Lewis S ui ePhono No pta IiIi1iii1iiIi iil ti II A Good Farm For Sale Containing 90 Acres acres of tobnooo hand 25 acres of dwollinghousesholds 10 acres of tobacco 15 acres good wheat sowu this fall 2 apple orchard Spring that never go dry 13mi1Pe from the Kentucky river gflol rond to the river My farm lies on the dirt read one half mils from Frankfort pike This farm o in be bought chrnp Onehalf milo from Harpers Furry poBtofflco Posses aion given nt once Address DIAMOND BENTLEY Harpers Ferry Henry pouuty Ky 18H MISTLETOE BOUGH AND V FARCE lime ladies of Ascension Church Guild will given rendition of the Mistletoe Bough abouttho mid dle of January 1901 for the benefit of the chapel fund It is loped that theremay ho a large attendance The exact dat will b given latr td BEST SALVE IN rEErIITHE WOULD IIs Banner Salve It is made fromI proscription by a widely known skin specialist and positively is the most healing salvo piles burns scalds ulqors running sores and all skin diseases There is nothing so good Sonth tl Longmoor W MoKeo Hurdle Q JI R- OfT IT j you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in and recon structing the exhausted digestive or is the latest r outand tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It scantly relieves and cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea small sue Book all about dyspepsia mu Uedf ree Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Chicago SOUTH IONGMOOK W AlcKEE HARDJE lioEimitatfons upon Residence Travel and i patlon IPAyabltln60ld PaidUp Insurance Ualues ITHB SEE UARy SEI I iIOWTO If1Kudoi Dyspepsia Cure strengthening discovereddige permanently Gastra1ginCrampsandi Important tMfeatures OF- Union mutual PolltitSI i LIFE INSURANCEr INCONTESTABILITY J from date ofissue Grace in Premium y Payment gab Wm I COM Ualnesl Extension of Insurance toy terms of the J ItUitte nonforfeiture JtEvery one these privileges Is definite and clear Just how and when each is available is plainly told No technical qualifications exist as to misunp standing but everything is explicitly set forth in A MIJTUALPoliciesPay iromiuniH the MAINE NON FORFINTURE LAW conthiuIngBRQDIKMimnfjer and l Ky JOHN R TODD AgentY Jr nKCort Ky Does it Pay to Buy Cheap 1Acolds in nil right but you want Hom thing that will relieve and cute the more severe and dangerous results of throut and lung troubles What shallyou do Go to a wanner and more ItoPQs you In either 1 cIo take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced In coun andlung stimICauses easy expectoration gives A nights rest tmtlcurrs the r patient Try one 1K ttle Recom I tn many years By ntldrug in world For Holmes 41y 18tJJit Irj iH c1Mr y ti1a iJr ff f U t r Ict 1r fu y 1Jt tIC f ioc 1 fmr XIlf 5 ELKS BANQUET The Frankfort Lodge B P 0 E will celebrate their first anni versary by a grand banquet ivt the Capital Hotel on tho evening of Friday Doc 21I This lodge has grown very rapid ly and now numbers considerably over 100 members t 1 l About five years ago I was Troubled with catarrh of the lower i bowel says C T Chlsholm 484 JDcarhorn Avenue Chicago and tt although I consulted several eihi oient physicians who prescrllfod for ihe r found remedies failed l to In any way relieve me and the iir trouble almost became chronic After suffering several months I one dIn concluded to try Chamber i lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea j Remedy and i beg to assure you that I was most agreeably sur t prised to find after two doses of the remedy that I was Completely relieved of the disease hiul cost me so much trouble and annoyance I am thankful to SAY that J have not suffered from It I plncr For sale by J W Gaylc JrugglstIt f FIRST TIME IN 25 YEA Twln colored boys morn near Verr sallies were separated when little shavers and did not meet again un ill both were In the army where they discovered each other After the war they separated again one of the brothers Wash Thomas went i to Stockton California to live the or Austin Thomas came here On Wednesday last Wash came to see his brother again It being 1 neatly twentyfive years since they x parted they having almost reached their sixtysecond birthday L They are as much alike as two 1 peas In a pod It Is almost impos sible to tell the one from the oth- erIWash Is the valet of Hon S po r Woods member of Congress from the 2d California District and will4 go to Washington city in a few X lays f FIRE TUESDAY NIGHT A n alarm at 1015 p in on Tuesday called the fire boys to tho resi denco of Mr Jas F Gibobns t where the floor under a hearth had tt ighitodv The blaz was easily ex tinguished without the use of the hose POCKETS PICKED plokediamounts real ized by the slick fraternity was not enough to start a bank with X OVSKrnWe nothing better than coughing to tear the lin ing of you- rthroat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause- bronchitis and- pneumonia Only keep it up and you will succeed in reducing your weight losing your appetite ringing on a slow fever and making every thing exactly right the germs of consumption Better kill your cough before it kills you i petoiAIeverykindis just right for an ordinary cpugh for the harder coughs of bron chitis you will need a 50 cent bottle and for the consumptionthe most economical My ooufh reduced me to a more tried many romedltJs theChorryFectornl rettlelrestoredowe my life to it MOHOAHOct Ta A KBNTUCKIAN WASHING TONS GREATEST COH RESPONDENT During tllo winter Eugono Newman better known ns II Savoyard will write u series of letters about the doings of Congress Mr New man was born In Barren county and lilts been before tho public as a Washington correspondent for over twenty years His reputation Is national Ho has a knowledge of public men more extensive than any other man In the United States The Louisville Evening Post has secured his services and Is now publishing his letters two or three times each week o Now Is tho time when croup mid ting troubles prove rapidly fatal The only harmless remedy that OneMinutepleasant to take anti can be relied upon to cure coughs colds and all lung diseases It will pre vent consumption South Long moor W McKee Hardle TO LEAVE US Mr Goo W Head who has beeri manager of the Sun Life Insurance Coin this city for about two years has boon transferred to Terre Haute Ind Mr M J Hampton has succeeded Mr Head as local manager Mr Head Is a clever and energetic man and we wish him all success In his new home His successor Mr Hampton is a thorough gentleman rind has been subagent herefor about eighteen months He Is well qualified for the place and we congratulate him upon his promotion t When the Stomach Is tired out it must have a rest but we cant live DyspepslnCurethat you can eat all tho good food you want while it Is restoring the digestive organs to health It is the only preparation that digests all kinds 0 Long moor W McKee Hardie A HARD FALL On Monday afternoon Judge Ira Julian was passing along at the Intersection of St Clair and Main streets whore two dogs were fight Ing One of thorn started to run awayund ran against Judge Julian knocking both feot from under him and inflicting a hard fall His left hand arm and leg were considerably bruised up but luckily no bones wore broken When you need a soothing and healing antiseptic application for any purpose use the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and skin diseases It heals sores without leaving a scar Beware of counter feits South Longmoor W Mc Kee Hardie LECTURE On the evening of Friday December 21 Chief Justice J H Hazelrlgg will lecture before the faculty and students of tho State Normal School for colored persons in tho chapel of tho school on the hill Subject Duties and Responsibilities of CIt zenship Under tho Law The public is invited Seats tree SMALL FARM FOR SALE In todays paper Mrs Elizabeth MoNamara offers a smallfarm for sale near Benson Station It has a good house on Read the ad THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO- JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrive Chattanooga 5rO p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jacksonville 880 a m Equally as good sohedulo returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p m lilts through connections and sleeping car arriving Jack sonvillo 10 I in next evening Southern Railway In connection with Crescent Route Is theQueen with 21 hour schedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson ville for in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on Bale to principal resorts of Florida and the States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Southern Railway Information 280 Fourth Avenue Louisville A Whedon Passenger AgentW A TURK Gen Pass Agent- Washington D 0 Wile 11 TAYLOE A G P A Louisville Ky iJl st PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCE MENT KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION Ofllco of tho President Newport October 15 1000 Dear friend Tho Kentucky Edu cational Association will hold its next meeting In the city of Louis Ivllo Dec 20 27 28 1900 The K E A represents all of tho educational forces of the State ansi should have the cooperation of the friends of education everywhere t make It iv great living moving force A strong program for th next meeting Is being prepared th leading school men arid women o the State will bo present and th meeting will be an inspiration all 0 Al1nguncementof special rail road and hotel rates will be mad laterPlease announce the meeting at educational gatherings and else where and arrange to be with us Let us work together for the good of the youth of Kentucky Very truly- J M N DOWNES Pros ALFRED LIVINGSTON Secy Somerset Kentucky You cant afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or cold to develop Into pneumonia or consumption One Minute Cough Cure will cure throat and lung troubles quicker than any other preparation known Many doctors use it as a specific for lagrippe It is an info ible remedy for croup Children liko it and mother endorse it South Longmoor W McKee Har die BURGLARS ABOUT The residence of Col James An drew Scott was oriteredjay burglars on Saturday night last So far as could be discovered only a few things of minor value were taken This fs the second time this resi dence has been broken Into The first time was something over a year ago IT SAVED HIS LEG LaGrangeGnmonths with a frightful running sore on his but writes that Bucklons Arnica Salvo wholly cured It in ten days For Ulcers Wounds Burns Boils Pain or Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by J W WENT TO BAILEYS MILL Officer Wm Gordon was sent to Baileys Mill on Monday by the County Health Board to Inspect and disinfect a house where a whole family hasbeon down with smallpox The patients are all well now There has been more or less smallpox in that neighborhood for sever nl months so it Is sail SALESMEN WANTED Traveling salesman wanted for next year Experience not abso lutely necessary Good permanent position For full particulars ad dress Pocahontas Tobacco Work Co Bedford City Virginia 12m NARBOWESCAPE About 230 oclock on Monday af ternoon a blaze was discovered the big furniture store of Mr Geo H Stehlin next door to our office It seems that in putting in a false floor in that building a hole was cut in tho wall several years ago and a beam put into it to hold the floor It turned out that the beam rested in a flue leading from our press and job rooms which haul not been used until wo moved in The cold weather caused our jani tor to build a big fire and the beam caught It took hard work to got it put out as It was In an inaccessi ble place kBullsCOUGH SYRUPc- ures Hacking BronchitlstGrIppo all severe lung affections consumptIon Take wurn ng Act at once Buy a bottlo of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prescription used over 50 years Price- only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont be im posed upon Refuse tho dealers substitute 1 it is not as good ns Dr ullQ RheumatlesaAches n J SOUTHERN RfllUftY IN KENTUCKY Condensed Schedule la Efftet 20 1809 No No 5 Na 745paArD45pmArAr Lexington 1045am 716pm ia3f pm WESTBOUND No 6 rNo i LV Lexington 730am 435pm 615am Ar 756am 502pm 635Sta Larencebg 820am 530pm fi53ara oAr Shelbyvlllo 910am 115pm 680am Ar Louisville 1040am 74Opm TEOata WESTBOUND IteIa40aaf720aseeITHITBOClf No 15tNo87r STATIONS INo 16ltNofli 7iopme647pm 1025am Lv Versllcs Ar 760am 602pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 780am 340pm 740pm t50am Ar Qeorgtn LT 700am 310pm ASTBODNB tNa ftNo 61 BTATIONS ItNa tNo i i4ODpm Lt LoulsvU Ar o4 PBi 60ip1102am1168pm asopm Ar Rlcnrand Lv 606am 810pm- 105pm Ar Irvine Lv l55pm STATIONS NO1 Na LT LoulKvlUe 745uml 745pm Ar Lexington 1045am taaopm Ar Knoxville 700pm 745am 110pmArAr Jacksonville O5am Lv Chattanooga 60Spm Ztom Ar Atlanta 1025pm ll50ara Ar Macon 125Snm 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am 1000pm Chattanooga UOpm 645am Ar Birmingham 145am Ar Meridian 23 nm 930pm Ar New Orlenns 30aml No 3 through sleeping car Louisville f Dir ningham via Lexington antFChattanooga Na 5 free observation chaircar LoulivllU to LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington u Louisville No pleeplngcar Birmingham to Louisville via Lexington AU trains between Louisville Lexington and Burxin dally Between Versailles and Georgetown No II and 16dUly NoJo aDll68dal1yexccpt Sunday Between Versailles Nloholosvllle Rick mond and Irvine daily except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSGANNOW3d J11 CUIPT M Washington D C Washington DC WATUUKUPA WMBTATLOAG PA Washington D C LoulsvlllelJrI C 0 TIME 1SOCTD I JH15 620 Frankfort 613 Sbelbyville 1001 700 Ar Louisville 008 Ilu NORTH No j No P St No IP Louisville 830 60d Sheloyvllle 928 70f Kninklort 710 Ir Lexington 11018 B4C L N trains to Louisville avid way stations 550 am L N trains to Louisville and way stations 937 a m t L N trains to Louisville and way stations 304 p m 0 O trains to Louisville 909 a mO O trains to Louisville 813 p LmN trains to Lexington and way stations 960 a m L NO trains to Lexington and way stations 437 p m AccommotC O trains east 1018 a m c 0 0 trains east 740 p m A V RITE Agent rL i TIMETABLE BooTS AMII Nol5 Lexington 200 835 232 1O6 Krnnkfort 937 650 CbrlsUiI1 burg 5011 10171 uiltUMice 1035 641 Lagrange l 45 710 truhurng 46B 1191 74- 6lor LoutsvlllH 625 1206 810 tinTHr w No16- PM INo17 No1 M No20 PM Louisville a00 720 410 Anctluntge 237 766 4U iugtanua 8141 8 523 Eminence U40i 5I 647 Curlstlaisburg 402 9 603 yruukiuri 4ul6 950 643 liWlt 6W 1036 r LezlnKton 640 1069 cnristIll8S Bugers r Will save honey buying at Scot tows My stock Is argo and varied When you buy you get them at lowest prices Decorated shade or globe dUfolock warranted 2 years 8 00 cents photo modalious 25o and 50o vaos 5c lOc and 15o Also a large variety of useful and fancy articles suitable for Christmas Watches clocks and jewelry repaired 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W SCOTTOW D aasnr 1 INol1 aa4Wktsltslrand M t4sw w1t4- teal air yak 1HLlLaI wiMLa- 3N t hIM M 1KMVIurN RYCOU2 I THE FAVORITE LINE fROM J LOUISVILLE i To CHICAGO Elegant trainequipment of luxurious t Parlor and Dining and Modern 11 ft Wagner Palace Drawing Room li Sleepers For tickets rules and germ rfit eral information hy prospective pus sengera to nil the vast CALIFORNIA including 1z tFrank J Reed G P ArC H Rockwell Traffic Mgr AV H MDoel P 011 AddressE H Bacon D P A- Louisville Ky BurlingtonBouteBEST 9 KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACIFIC r COAST UTAH WASH INGTON OMAHA ST PAUL NEBRASKA BLACK HILLS VIA ST LOUIS OR CHICAGO Vestibuled Trains Sleepers Dining Card Chair Cars SeatsFree rF M AKt St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTTGen 3KrBt Louis Mo J W WAKELEYGenPMIf gt at Lou Mo The Henderson Rotate s BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis And all Points West North west and Southwest Tho limo running three donblo daily 4 trains to Kvansvillo without change with bock conches and parlor car The direct line to St Louis funning two double uully trains with seat conches and Pullman Sleopers through without chnnge Tickets on lisle at N this city Information as to ratcw route sleopin cnr berths etc call on A V H te agent L RR or adKdressBLBRYANTTPAL JIUWIN G P A wr tXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND MILES Dnlly Ex Sun Daiilly tIPM X o Lv Luxin ton 2 25 745 0 Montrose P240 F800 J Avon 2 MFa Wrandotto F267 F8 20i1 Wincheeter 8 8 80 Mistletoe P815 860 L E Junction 8 22 843 80 Indian Fields F 8 88 FOOD w Olay City 8 56 Stanton 06 9 25 10 47 BFi4loynF419P995 M Dundee 480F94T Natural Bridge F 4 85 064 68 Glencairn F 480 9 8Torrent 4 08 Fincastlo F T10 SI Beattyvillo Junction 3e Beatt i Lv 50 00 B O CRp l Ar 6 40 45 LvSt Helens 6 F10 81 F 5 85 FIg 82 Athof 643 Oakdale F5 50F1109 Elkatawn OOTFllS Ar Jackson615 1110 r WESTBOUND NILES Ex Bun M 11Lv Jackson 6 3 M tq Elkatawa 6 as F 2 88 84 Oakdalo F649F249 Athol 060 a 68 rn Tallegn F704FB04 St Helens 7 F 8 18 0u Beattyvillo Junction 7 8 M Bentty villo Lv 7 00 8 B O G Ry tAr 7 50 6 Lv FincoBtle F7S8F88S It Torrent 7 8 47 Glenclairn F767F869 Natural Bridge F 8 03 0- 1808F408M Dundee Filson 819 4 IB Rosslyn F 8 261I 486 H Stanton 8 83 489 OlayCltv 842 488 83 Indian 869F464 L E Junction 010 608 29 Mistletoe 923F618 Winchester9 29 6M- F018F688Wyandotte on 9 49 F 610 6 FD68F6M o Ar Lexington 6 01 r Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flou Slitpstuff oru Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 254T ji t t What Tim- eiIsI It 25c 75C 250 soc and and size J We the goods You need and way is to come then will know what you ate from we glad to you our whether are to buy or not J Jl I A+ A SWe also wish call to our fine line some in black wood and cases X i t RELIGIOUS ASCENSION E PIS COP A L CHURCH Re R L McCready rector frHolyCozn union at 9 a m aver told sermon at 11 a m 7 Eveniug prayor and sermon at in Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 945 a in J j Wednesday evening prayer and If Bible Lesson at 780 oclock To all these services thepuglic are cordially Invited Seats BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and p in Prayermeeting night at 7 0 Sundayschool in the chapel at 946 Of m Special for Young men Young Peoples Society will meet at 680 p m in the chapel Seats frbe and all are cordially in YltedI CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor will preach tf 11 a in and 780 m Night subject The g Christ Christian Endeavor Society will 0 In the chapel at 045 Leader Louise Daniel Topic Confessing Christ Junior Endeavor Society meets at 380 in thp chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Topie Ministerial nellef1 The public will be cordially wel ycorned to these services and es strangers In the city CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorI at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p tn FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH Rev J willBlayney D D the pastor preach nt 11 a in and 780 p m whool at 946 a m Young pies Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets In the school raom at 645 p m j Prayermeeting Wednesday even intr at 780 IThe pulblc cordially invited MErfHODISTlliUR Rev willtSSundayschool meets at 980 a in Epworth League in Sundayschool room at p m- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 76 The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN QHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jrthe pastor at 11 a m and 780 mISundayschool at 9oO a m- Young Peoples Society of tlan Endeavor meets at 645 pm To all these meetings the public IB cordially invited Feelings of safety pervade the household that uses One Cough Cure the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results It Is for coughs colds croup and all throat and lung troubles It will prevent consumption Longmoor W nrdie I It- t is the Ridit Time Now IlJtNhasSterling Silver Novelties Desk and Manicure Articles 5OC too 125 Hook File Cuticle Knife Nail Brush Tooth Brush Letter Opene Blotter Eraser Pencil Salve Box Coy logne Bottle t Sterling Handle Bonnet Dusters Sterling Back Hat Brush75CyHoliday Clocks Gold Clocks Porcelain Clocks Clocks Bronze Clocks Opera Glasses Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses Goldand Silver Handle Umbrellas Fountain Pens Silverware Tea Sets Water Sets Dessert SetsForks Knives Spoons in Silver plated that weari have exactly here buying Asicte this ready iyi SELBERT Reliable JerelerJjP-e ironto your Wednesday classes Fridl CATHOLIC UcClu Chris South Iron SWITZER Mr B D Head of the firm of Head and Switzer made a business trip to Cincinnati last Mrs C T Jacobs is quite ill Messrs John Scott Frank French and James Costiagn went to the mountains last Tuesday on a hunt They came back Saturday reporting a fine time and of having bagged about 80 birds The funeral services of Mr Thurs ton Cohorn who committed suicide in Louisville last Sunday were con dueled by the Rev Z T Cody of Georgetown from the this place Wednesday morning The house was filled tc overflowing with friends of the family The will of the late Stove B Newton was probated before County Judge Moore last Monday The court in compliance with the will appointed E R Jones executor As a nomInation at the coming primary is virtually an election it behooves every citizen to consider wolf before casting his ballot Discard all personal feeling and vote for the most trustworthy and otherwise best qualified candidates Remember these offices were cre ated not for the benefit of the officeholders but for the good of the people The school at this place we un derstand will furnish a number of applicants as graduates ofthe com mon school A MONSTER DEVIL FISH Destroying its victim is a type of constipation The power of this murderous malady is on organs arid nerves and muscles and brain Theres no health till its overcome But Dr Kings New Life Pills are a safe nnd curtain cure Best in tho world for Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowels Only 25 cents at J W Gayles drug store FOR THE POOR Editor Roundaobut rDear sirCtipt Pope the Salva tion Army officer has informed me that it is his intention to give a Chirstmas dinner to the poor people of our city He expects about three hundred people to dine with him This cause speaks for itself to all who enjoy the comforts of life I would suggest through your paper that all people interested in their destitute neighbors send some contribution to Capt Rope for this dinner He assures me that dona tions of food clothing nuts toys shoTs and coal will be thankfully received Very truly yours WM CROWE Fine Northern only 15o peck Saturday Dcc 15 at Lang donCroasoy Co 14lt Dont use anyof the counterfeits of DeWIts Witch Hazel Salve Most of them are worthless or lia ble to cause injury The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Is a certain cure for piles eczema outs scalds burns sores and skin diseases South Longmoor W McKoo Hardie f Y M C A NOTES r In order to make much needed improvement in the plumbing It has beert necessary to disconnect the hot water pipes from tlio bath rooms for a few days The largo boiler was shipped to yes for repairs and it is hoped will boin readiness again within n short time but certainly not this week The cold water connections are all right anti the gymnasium will be as usual IThe over hauled and will receive a fresh coat of paint next week This will make a decided in this The first regular meeting of the Literary Club last week was well attended and was most interesting The club will meet again tonight at which time ian hour will be given to the study of Scotts Ivan hoe Who Merchant of will be the next book selected for studyA membqr was added to the Bible Cless at the last meeting and others have signified their inten tion toJoinj tonight The class continues to moot atj780 Friday evenings Some members and friends have pledged about 40 to the State Y i 1 C A committee for the sup port of a representative in the foreign work department of Ken tucky Some 50 Js yet needed from the Frankfort Association A representative number of men heard Mr W W McLaughlin of Louisville last Sunday Supt S L Frogge of the city schools will be the speaker on next Sunday af ternoon at 880 oclock Special music continues to be an attractive feature at these meetings Mr T H Slaughter is one of the soloists engaged for artist eon cert of the Capital Theatre Orches tra Jan 24 2t A NIGHT OF TERROR Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of file brave Oenernl Burn ham of Maohias Me when the doctors said she could not live till morning 1t writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from pneumonia but RhQ begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it had more than once her and had cured her of Con sumption After three small doses she slept easily mill night and its further use completely cured her This marvelous is guaranteed to cure all chest and diseases Only 50c and Trial bottles free at J W GayloH drug store WANTED MaleAttendant at The Stewart Home FarmdaleKy 14lt- t r ilrt i 4 To buy your Christmas Presents If you have neer bo ii ht from us you do not know of thr advantages we offer nor the r 1847 Rogers Bros Knives and Fofks2ooper sett BaBy Bracelets 5och t Misses Bracelets Sterling 750 Ladies Sterling Siob r 1Diamonds and Watches We have in all grades of Gold Gold Filled for Ladies and Gehtlemen = Silver Chatelaine Watches 400 r Gold Filled Chatelaine Watches 700- H Solid Gold Chatelaine Watches zoo I J The new thin modelwatch genuine Wolham fmovement case warranted for twentyfive years only tI1250 lpthe wise right you precisely Iare always show goods you r v attention of Clocks specials Sympathiz Sunday Wednesday sorrowing bereaved course potatoes Chicago open improvement department Venice throat Sterling Bracelets Question Answered August Flower still has the IYefl sale of any medicine in the world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scuiw and they seldom heard of uppeD dicitis nervous prostration or heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stim ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with yourFor sale by S B 4ly r For Sale A first class hycicle 09 model Rambler is offered for sale Apply at this office tf SOW 6dw Peas FOJWBi IMPROVIHB SOIL WE HAVE LARGE STOCKS of these and aU other Seasonable Seeds such as German an4 nilkts Sojaand civet Beans Seed Corn Teojlntc Sorghums fUllo Maize Buckwheat Etc Write for prices and futerestngcatalogue WOOD ST BBS Swdsmen LOUISVILLE KY I ENGRAVED CARDS Leaveorders for engraved cards etc at LeCompte Gayle Cos 188t a FOR HOARSENESS Bent Ingerson of Hutton Ind says he hud nob spoken a word above a whisper for months and one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar restored his voice It is used largely by speakers and singers lake no substitute South Long moor W Melee Hardie TO THE PUBLIC As It to near the Christmas rush of business In order to the better servo the public and give better satisfaction to every one we ask that the few simple instructions named below be followed as closely- as possible 1st Before brining packages to the office see that they are properly wrapped in strong heavy paper and tied well with strong twine All glassware must bo packed In straw or some good placed in secure boxes2d Have nIl your packages plainly marked on package itself in nd to the tag giving in every Instance the street and number of house All boxes should be plainly marked with brush 8d Do not forget one cent for revenue stamp on receipt which givenIf are carefully followed It will be a great help to us and wo can transact business with you more satisfactorily ADAMS EXPRESS CO Best canned sugar corn only 7 c per can Saturday Dec 15 at LangdbhCreusoy Co 14lt alrso TRADE MARKS DESIGNS dcsending a sketch and description taay l ascertain our opinion liirentlnn Is CoI11Uunl Uonl8trlcUrcoftUdenUl lIanc1bQokon Patent pntcntty1atontapenal notlec without ch nrgo la tne Scientific flmerican A handsomely Illnntrafed weekly Inrcet eiv cnlatlon of any scientlflo Journal Terms aiyear four months Sold by all newsdealer MUNN Ca 3818roadway New Yur Branch Office F BU WcablnKtonD QtZsr GREAT THE COPYRIGHTS HINDIPO ilE IHESTOJES VITALITY IiMad l1RENCH REMEDy produces the above mutt r nnalosses t sanity and ConsumpLion fe ain Men and recover VoutHn vigor It gives vigor and zo tj shrunken orpins and fin tn man for business or marriage Easily carried In r rswrittvup Gas Stoves For Sale Two Btovcfl suitnbfo for bnth rooms rtr f1lf other mollapartjncntafoaPa1 chatp Apply at thla fl Good GUristmas ISuggestion I t One of the most usefulYpl- easing r and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ oi mas gift is the latest improved Oycon Bearing Bissell sweep i er tt f How many hours i1 would add to the omestlOlifk Ita- nd what a AUIKJI jiu- wojrysome e iold broom 1 Onlv Bissell Sweepers gn1t r p- Re satisfaction 0 M Rogers Son Jdee 11y J1 1 r wrV r k J T 7 7j iIf lr fIf f 7 I rli T + t I J j 9 1i A J lwi I t 0 hi TJ J4t I It 1 a- r HON El H TAYLOR JR I W a candidate for Sate Senator from this District subject to the action of the Democratic party hr COMMUNICATED New England Conservatory of s Music Boston Mass Mr Editor Dear sir Having left the Blue Grass fields of Old Kentucky f In September last accompanied by my two sisters to go east to pur sue my studies at the New England r Conservatory of Music I thought It might be of Interest to friends at f home to let them know something of our reception in this groat city of Boston As your is widely tI circulated among those Interested I J helve Written to you I left Kentucky the 11th of last September and came tho outside trip by way of Newport News and Norfolk to Boston qItwould be well nigh useless for One so unsophisticated as I to at tempt to portray the feelings on h being turned loose in this great i city the Hub of Iqarning ItJ seemed to ma from what I had beard of this cultured atmosphere t Tthnt I would surely be an intellec giant just fpm the breathing of the oxygen so heavily loaded with learning But 1 have found tr that a mistake There Is no royal road to higher development even inin Boston II ll Immediately upon xny arrival I proceeded to the conservatory rWhere I was to speid the year In y It was very easy to find place as tis situated in the Iaintu of the city on Washington In front of which Is a beautl park known as Franklin park 33trot and park from their very names strike a responsive chord InJpies the whole of one block and IB Ji Complete in Itself having a post office bank electric plant etc thejIf pRQ by the pleasant smile of the lady who stays in central office to 1 administer to those thatneed help r f I am studying oratory vocal and- ifir 3nstrumental music Young men itwho attend the Institution board Outln thejolty while the young ladles ire cared for in the conser fl t tory home The student Is lIDIV pressed with the thoroughness of Iiris instruction by the individual tntoreJli taken in ouch one by the instructor The musical depart ijj went under the direction of tho t celebrated composer Geo W Chad rJ wick is the best in the land and the School of Oratory Is under the ii I Wag Willow Firahwe tad + Wicker Chit X11IbirM bcIAd kt t ii wbaldele klibeevW4 l Gold Thut Wakiig Powder reset aae Use rabbal bnlt whoa wfcf toflMw to Utt wH gtt frwbj follow I 4 SDrltanaraor trttvhat you aous root litlrlMrqMt t MMFAMY MI al LN New atsa r t s supervision of Samuel R Kelly in whose art none stand higher The faculty of the con consists of over fifty as specialist in his or her line of work Many have come here from the great conservatories of Europe where they already had attained great notoriety The Board of Trustees includes such names as William Claffln Richard H Dana EbenJD Gordon William F Warren and other leading men of Boston The Board of Visitors includes such as Mrs Julia Ward Howe Mrs Mary A Livermore Mrs Ole Bull Bishop Vincent and many others The conservatory is under the management of Mr Frank W Hale The number of students are some fourteen hundred The mis sion of this school is for the helping of those with a yearning to get a thorough musical education So withslenderknown ho is sure to receive a help ing hand Thereby showing the great philanthropic spirit ab the bottom of this great institution We have concert halls parlors club rooms arid museums where time can be very beneficially spent Aside from our regular routine of work there are many things we are brought in touch with through the influence of the conservatory and we are constantly reminded of the advantages accruing from being a student at this place Every Wednesday evening a recital Is given in the hall composed of Instrumental vocal and violin music These recitals are given by the students of the advanced classes and do a great deal In arousing the ambition of those not so far advanced These recitals are largely attended and pre noted for their artistic It is certainly an inspiration for one with any love of the history of oltyImakes one bow in reverence to enter the old State House hero and theIsamIn unison with loyal devotion to country that Washington Jeffer son Adams and others that we revere have done Fanuel Hall and the Old North Church contain like attractions on account of his torical constructions but the most important of all this revolutionary 11fIfuUStWOlk is hairf work wittoutGoMDusf drywmilgaickiyv P rvatoryI meritst II jjjp grandeur Is when the eye is cast aldft then It encounters a monu nient whoso top plercerf the blue sky There stands old Bunter Hill monument that seems to be tho lone sentinel of the revolution and is a constant reminder that those places are hold sacred In the hearts of the people and an admonition that the hand of man must mar not These things are an inspiration to me While I appre elate the great advantages one hay here on account of many reasons yet In all this mad rush of a busy city there rises before mo my native State in all Its jsconlc majesty not to be rivaled In the great metropolis of the east For an education this place cannot be excelled but for a home Kentucky is good enough for me I believe her skies are blue than any that arch the world that her emerald plains are richer than those that teem beneath the smile of the Father Nile that her sunny hills and craggy heights with their roll hung lowers and hoary trees from which she looks on boundless majesty abroad vie In beauty and grandeur with those of classic lands that her traditions are but the echoes of valorous selfsacri fices tHat her history isQ record of brave deeds tempered with the mellow light of mercy that her statesmen were Intellectual giants who blazoned tho way to tue highest political and civil liberty that no warrior of hers ere struck a fallen foe or showed an enemy his back that her men had they lived In historys dawning time would have been enshrined as sons oi Gods and heroes that her roomer could have added grace and beauty to the glorious Olympian sister hood and when they Become angels like a fraction reduced to Its lowest terms then only they change form without altering their value that her thoroughbreds are PegasI that fly on unseepwings tt But the most our creed is beautifully expressed in Goldsmiths following lines U Blest be the home where cheerful guests retire To toil and trim their evening fire Blest that abode where want and pain repair And every stranger finds a ready chair Blest be those feasts with simple Where plenty the ruddyfamily around Laugh at the jests or pranks that never Or sigh with pity at some mournful Or taleIAnd good I These are some of tho sentiments of one of Kentuckys humble representatives Yours truly N LINDSAY SOUTH AROUND THE WORLD ON MUSICI Mr Albert Kimmohs Prince of Kansas pity Mo who Is touring the world whistling and mandolin playing arrived here yesterday Has toured 26 States 2 Territories and 622 towns and cities to date He s en route home for the holidays LONGLIVED BIRDS It used to be believed that ravens lived longer than any other birds and it was said that their ago fre quently exceeded a century Recent studies of the subject indicate that no authentic instance of1 rayon surpassing seventy years of age is on record But parrots have been known to live one hundred years One lost its memory at sixty and its sight at ninety There Is a record of a golden eagle which died at Sohoonbrun at the age of one hundred and eighteen years Another golden eagle was kept In the tower of London for ninety earsl A third died at Vienna aged one hundred and one years Geese and swans aro tenacious to life and extraordinary accounts exist of the great ago that they have attained Button and other authorities have credited them with eighty and one hundred years of life You cant afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or cold to- levelop into pneumonia or consumption One Minute Cough Cure vlll cure throat and lung troubles mlokor than any other preparation mown Many doctors use It as a for lagrlppe It Is an Infal blo remedy for croup Children like anu mothers endorse It South Longmoor W McKoe Har lie t- W w iii L IliCHEST FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS RtHewRival 111 LederljfflIIIRepter r Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the beat sheila that money can buy t ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM ir0 t i PleasanUontake j l l Laxative SyruiptNATURES CUKE FOR CON npKrIONI l Ask Your Doctortt t And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels when minerals and their salts 1F are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring abouta complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you dot n e it better than any other you have tried r ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf t TBE BEST GROOERIESAB LIQUORS s 1 AJ i LOWEST PRICES JOHN DRISCOLLS t VISIT NOAHS ARKZII And let us supply your wants in d Tin China Glassware Toysc1ar I Froth an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods ofr BEST QUALITY 339 Ann Stre tf Next Door to Gayles Drug Store j t h IGl1f1itrnas Hoycities yOU will find no trouble in getting suited at our store Our line of HOLIDAY Goods are prettier this season than any before especially in the 25 cent articles Orstock ton sists of Dolls Pictures Fancy Cups and Saucers C KAOIN BRO 41 ST CLAIR ST AT THE BRIDGE u CENTENNIAL OF WASHING W TON CITY AS CAPITAL Wednesday last was celebrated at Washington City as the centennial of the removal of the capital of this great nation from Philadelphia to Washingotn City There was avast crowd of people and a large gathering of Governors of States and other notables TJhe program of the day began with a reception at 10 oclock byt Bjregldent McKinley and members of his Cabinet to the Governors of the States and Territories at the Executive Mansion This was fol lowed by tho unveiling in the East Room of the model of the proposed enlarged Executive Mansion which isto be a lasting memorial of the days celebration The other events of the day were a parade from the White House to the Capitol participated in by the President and other dignitaries and 4x Visiting and district militia joint exercises by the Senate and House in the hall of the House of Repre Bentatives at night a reception was tendered the Governors of the states and Territories at the Cor coran Gallery of Art PNEUMONIA PREVENTED Among the tens of thousands mo have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for colds and la during the past few years to our Knowleclgenot a single case has resulted in pneuomnia Thos Whitfield Co 240 Wabash avenue f Chicago one of the most prominent j retail druggists in that city in r pf this says We recom mend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe in many cases as ft not only gives prompt and complete recovery but also counteracts any of la grippe to result in aYGayleJ SOLDIER CUm V Jf l While drunk in a saloon on St Clair street on Tuesday night a t soldier whose name wo could not learn became very abusive and profane Some one unknown resented r his remarks mid he was cut in the side and shoulder An effort WsnJudoto coyer the matterIUPi and w were oily aljlo tuuohti 0 Many persons have had the ex erlence Peter Sennanof North Stratford NH who says t For I suffered torture from chronic Indigestion but Kodol Dys pepsia Cure a well man of g Idigests what you eat and IB a certain cure for dyspepsia and every form of stomach trouble It jrivefl relief at once even Jn tbo Worst cases and cant b b do ou good South LongmoofW MoKee ardie l Vases Albums Fancy Boxes Ink Stands Collar and Cuff Boxes Leather Goods etc Also a large line of Ladies and Gents Umbrellas Soc to 500 each JJandkerchiefs of every style and quality and many other goods suitable for presents CAN THIS BE TRUE IIn most localities crap shooters and other law breakers are possessed of an inborn fear of grand juries and and Your Honors but in Owen county they are different Last week a gang of lions rollers of both colors were caught shooting craps in the courthouse and mind you in the grand jury room and on the very table for fifty years has been used by that sacred body in the disII- charge of its dutlesTis said thatI Lexington Ky is the third wick edest pity in the nation accord ing to population but for nerve of the denldns of the Under- World Owenton takes the palm u READ THEM II Master ComlmssionerW H Posey has two advertisements In todays paper Read them LOST Apocket book containing money and papers Will reward finder C Lr SWAIN Cincinnati ti 14lt STORY OF A SLAVE To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease Is GeorgeDtells how such a slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully improved and able to own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nerv melancholyheadache dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cen ts Sold by J W Gayle druggist LUCKY SUBSCRIBERS The San Francisco Weekly Ex aminor has decided to send sic of its subscribers to the PanAmerican Exposition and supply each of them with not only a firstclass return ticket with stop over privileges bu with 800 each In cash With such a large amount of spending money and traveling ex ensetpLddt the six lucky s K leading paper of the Pacific coast ought to have a good time at Buffalo and the PanAmerican next summerFOR PNEUMONIA Dr 0 J Bishop Agnew Mich says 1 have used Foloys Honey and Tar In three very severe cases of phejimpnia with good results i1 everY onB There is nothing so MOI1eew 1 t1f TWENTYTHIRD ANNIVER SARY Rev George Darsio preached his twentythird anniversary sermon at the Christian Church last Sunday morning A large congregation was present to hour it Among other facts presented he said that since the church was organized 08 years ago 1560 persons have been received into Its membership that in the twentythree years of his own pastorate 1016 hive been added that the increase of the past year was 86 and that the present mem bership of the church is 061 For missions the past ycar181Q19 wore raised and for all purposes 461148 theIa nnme 5000 in church extension a fund which Is building five now churches every year The church supports its own missionary in China but- gives liberally to home missions as well It has a flourishing Sunday school a Home Class Department Ladies Aid Society Junior and Young Peoples Endeavor Societies all of which made a good record the past year All of Its work is in good shape and every department Is prosperous The year just closing has been one of Its best and the coming year promises to be still better When you belt that life is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and L v Tablets They will cleanse you stomach tone up your liver and regulate your bowels making you feel like a new man For sale by J W Gayle A KNOWING THIEF Six sheep which were being raise by Aaron iBord well the wellknown sheep breeder of Darien N Y for exhibition at the PanAmerican Ex position at Buffalo were recently stolen It merely shows the grow ing popularity of that PanA nerlcau when thieves take to stealing things Intended for exhibition at the great fair 1000 WORTH OF GOOD A H Thurness of Wills free Coal Co Buffalo 0 wr1tesIf have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with exorutiatin g pain Other medicines only gave relief After taking Foleys Kidney Cure the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones etc and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a now man Foleys 1nworth good e nQ HqrI0 f i f111 t 7Y Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLE In Effect Oct ber5h 1899 II =P No ulxd PassIAH Dally Except Sunday lNo4 100 840 650 7101 015 r Stodniiititown r IM aB2 702 EUclnrn 865 185 401 710 Swltzer 1100 649 840 Ii55 410 720 Stamping Ground WW 639 aaa 203 416 728 lU43 082 810 216 4Z2 731 WS7 626 280 740 OeorRHtown l0tt3 620 300 433 750 as Depot B1 1028 617 = 448 807 Newtown 969 003 456 8UH Centervllle 94i 565 sale 940 650 510 990 540 connects with L k N B connects with 0 C connects with Kj Central PM PM AM AXi PX f e 8USUIj 760 1027 61Q 650 720 1005 Cincinnati Lv 830 400 71 We opened this week our line of for and have by far the largest and most Display of these goods we have ever shown The richest and line of Ever shown in These range in price from 25c to 1000 and are desirable for a pres ent or present We display a few of them in our windows We Ganfes Books troy Books Knives Pocket Books Neckties and Mufflers in great variety It will be to your interest to make an early of our stock while you can make your in leisure and have the choice of the most attrac tive articles AtTvFrankfortA Arln2a VJohnson 800yr 76uaArParls01v Between Frankfortand Cincinnati 710SOOLvOeorgCtoynAr Christmas Novelties novelties Christmas attractive mostvaried Medallions Frankfort especially Christmas wedding Also Have Umbrellas Calenders inspection selections R K McCLURE SON 212 and 214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely information given Mrs Georpo Long of New Stuitsville Ohio prevented a dreadful tragedy find two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake She had tried many stendilyrgrew Kings New Discovery One bot tie wholly our d her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe at tack df pneumonia Such cares are positive of the matchless merit this grand remedy for our all throat chest and lung trou bqtdat J W Gayles drug store Attentioni To prepare your sons fora busy life In this busy world send thorn to Ellendale Commercial College near Cdrdsville Ky The college Is sit uuted in a healthful and refined neighborhood In Davless county remote from the distractions and temptations of city or town Only experienced instructors reeqlployed one exception our graduates lositionsI room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address JE A MJPres 46 6m A cascade seventy feet high and 80 feet wide falling from the south ern face of the 875 toot high Electric Tower aDd resembling a flowing slioet of sunbeams will be one of the luminous features of the Pan Amorlcari Exposition + rtNo2 = Ifxdrt NOTICE COURTSophronia N jAlltIlt estates of Bophronla Risk dec sednre hereby noti to UlJpoor beforo me andprovo claims mEoiproperly r By ordur of tho court W HP09EY Dee J44t Master Ooinr F 00 lf NOTICE 7 Jfi hrJohn fi All sons claims against Sidney JHarroddeceiBed are hereby notified to ilawthe city of VrankfortKyandprQVO the name ag required on or January WHP08BYDec 0 i DO YOU WANTTo sell your real estate timber or coalMtock of goods Do Jolt want to or exchange kind of Write mo with all the lIrUcnlantII9 may be able to help you Ad dress J M NQhurloston W Va Box Doc 151y FOR SALE II OFFER for sale at n bargain twconbfiv linefM of uood bottom 8mi a ate Jyi1BoI containing siitiOOmKruiidgOOd otitbxUldln 1j- o t 13onllon ondho L N JdUr Il ii FlInkUncQUty For terms tloxleini t on or me at Bonsoit Kr7Q1JI ScottvITrmnkf Ky l1481 LIZABETH MONAMARA j6ti TAKE UP AS STRAY n yt IT 4tL1FrankfortMABEOwuor can have lama b coming for1ward Identifying her and paying os Apply to A KIRTLEY IHt At postomco- t