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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT QE A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdruiM j YOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JANUARY 5 I90IN0 I7 For the ROUNDABOUT 1 MEMORY The past was deadI saw it die IAnd burled it without a sigh the mitiuigh ts starless sky fjAnd left no stono to mark the place ttphantomcamebme a j name And tol I saw it was the same I Regenerate with mournful fac- eqf Nom D Plume Written for the Louisville PostL CIOLD FRANKFORT TOWN Whoa the days nre drear and friends are IIv To the Old Kcntncky Homo that I ilov bfst Old Frankfort Town Im far from those I love and thee to night Yet still I seem to see nestlingamong the hills Vhioh air the nrouni on every Ride ns if to keep from ills 11U Frankfort Town Again I cross the bridge nnd stand en tranced The moon the stnra reflected in the stream Which hurries by nor heeds the firefly dunce f Nor nrn nor moon nor lights that a gleam Old Frankfort Town No Swcedifh mountaineer could ever feel More pnngs than I estranged from hill and home tIJ dreams pikes I smell the limestone of your One day Ill travel back no more to roam Old Frankfort Town t I know n licrht that burns across the river there And gainst the glass is pressed a sweet expectant face I know pair of lips oft move in prayer That He will keep mo till I come through His grace I Old Frankfort Town 11Fronkfort Ky E H E REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assign rents of internal revenue officers in this division of the 7th District as made by Collector Rob erts for the month of December- STOREKEEPERS D B Walcutt to Ky River Dis tillery No2 t Hngh A Daniel to Ky River r fr 1 Distillery No 2 warehouse Geo T Scearce to Ky River Distillery No2 warehouse A B Piper to W A Gaines Co No4 t Isaac T Vest to W A Gaines Co No4 warehouse J H Smoot to W A Gaines CpM No4 warehouse Z J Phelps to W A Gaines CoM No4 bottling eS F Owen to 8J Greenbaum o 9 rR H Davenport to S J Green baum No 9 warehouse P G Powell to S J Green jlbaum No 9 warehouse v Goo W McConnell to S J Greenbaum No 9 meal room Thos J Craig to S J Green baum No9 night I Geo P McCann to John T B- urnbee No 82 1 VH Sneod to John cochran tr Ce No 87 IfA W Nazor to John Coohran IP CoNo 87 warehouse rV A Hamilton to Labrot igraham No 52 John M Jameson to Labro6 piGraham No 52 meal room J G Brawner to Labrot d Gra iSham No 5 bottling jjjjfc Jas P Rogers to E H Taylor Jr fc Sons No 58 Kb H Morgan to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 68 warehouse IJohn T Berry to E H Taylor xr Sons No 58 boftliog tij S A Powell to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 menl room JE Hnnrnlmn to E H Tay lor Jr Sous No 58 night L 11 Gaffin to Haynes Trin die No 105 J M Wi throw to YoA Gaines Co No 106 J T Brook to W A Gaines Co No JOG warehouse Jim A Lognn to W A Gaines Co No lOG wareh tUBe YD Anderson to IV A Gaines roamIGaines B S Drake to W A Gaines Si Co No 100 bottling VVD Blanding to E H Tay bar Jr Co No 118 has H TallJctt to EI Tay bar Jr Co No 118 warehouse T E Old ham to E H Taylor Jr Co No 118 u ttlil1gI W L Baker to John T Barbee No 82 IEugene Craig to Labrot Gra 52 WTGrosthwait to John Cooh iran Co No 87 E H Taylor Co No 118 H F Given to W A Gaines Co No lOG withdrawals E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 withdrawals Lotcher Lusby to W A Gaines Co No 4 Ky River Dist No 2 J P Williams rect P P Parrish to S J Green baum No 9 withdrawals S D Pinkerton to A Guinea 4 Co No 106 entries C G Wilkerson to Haynes Triudle No 105 STOREKEEPERGAUGERSH No S P Willis to W J Frazier No50 JD Nash toGlen Spring Diety Co No 57 IV W Cherry toJ J M Saffell No 91- W M Saffell to J N Blake more No 90 Persons who suffer fromindiftes tiun can not expect to live long because they can nut cat the food required to nourish the body and the products of the undigested foods they do eat poison the blood It is important to cure indigestion as soon as possible and the best method of doing this is to use the preparation known as Kodol Dye pepsin Cure It digests what you eat and restores all the digestive organs to perfect health South Longinoor and W McKee Har die SMALL iBUT DANGEROUS FIRE At12 mon Friday night by some unknown means nfire started in the tailoring office of MrA a Morris corner of Main and Ann streets behind a desk It came near being an ugly fire but by prompt action of the lira boys was quickly extinguished Beyond two suits of clothing and the folding doors between the rooms no other damage was done Loss about 150 with no insurance COMMUNICATED Switzer Ky Jan 2 1901 Mr Editor has in the twodifIforontticles reflecting on the officers of nearly afl the voting precincts of this county in the last November election Tile first article annoaredonlyf l 4 a short while after the election itsIspecific being under the very in teresting head Ballot Padding and specifically naming Switzer Baileys Milland Crutchers as the Padding Pre cincts It is not the purpose of the writer to offer any defense for the officers of the Baileys Mill or Crutchers Schoolhouse Precincts It does however seem to be presumptuous in an extreme degree to publicly charge officers with fraud with no greater evidence than that there were a few afore Novemberselection which is no surprise to any one in a heated campaign like the last oneNow let us consider tho facts so for us the Switzer Precinct is con cerned mNo argument need be made in defense of there being a fair election at this place than to name the officers not one of whom will any man ole to charge signatureI of officers with party affiliations RepERepJSargent Perkins Challenger Rep Stewart Lucas Challenger Dem The abovenamed Republican prominentdence of everybody who know them They will testify that there this perfectlyprecinct than the last one This ought to be sufficient but I offer still more evidence in Vindication of these gentlemen from these infamous charges The frt article charged that there were about twentyfive votes too many as compared with for mer elections This knowing one however did not tell tho public that the Switzer Precincts boundary line has been EO changed as to take in quite a number of voters additional This fact may not have been known by the writer of the article yet it renders him none the less culpable in hastily criticizing honest men in the discharge of their sworn duties TIre last article charges that the Democratic primary vote was twenty short of the November election being irrefutable proof that here had been Ballot Pad= ding at the general election The writer was an officer in both these elections and has a copy of the official ballot of each comparisonhe toratio vote November election J149 lenlocratio vote primary ofJtwoas many as eight Democrats who did not participate in the pri JONESIthe as our paper he will find that the Demo erotic vote for Bryan in Switzer Precinct is given at 14Q In the DamooratioICommittee cratic candidates for County Judge received a total of 120 which gives the difference as stated by the article in tho Roundabout which was also a communication although by mistake not given as such Bryan received the inIthe race was largest cast in tho primary and was therefore taken as tho basis of the calculation Editor Roundabout t i l l J M LLv n C VTSAFFELL L- SAFFELLSstir Staple and Fancy Groceries China and Glassware Fine Wines and WhiskiesK1 J rVVe ask pur city and country friends to canat 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods 1 y 1 LJ M Saffell Son j a tIfAn ho o Io i PLWOfH AND PITT BURG COAL I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of + freshly mined Plymouth Lump ami Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is larget1and clean and they shall have my personal attention lwlf Hoge Coal and Feed Company w H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7- F U R N IT1 UH R E Q A Rp E T S M AT a I N d oi S GEORGE H STEHLIN Furniture and Carpets 1 if PERSONALS 1TnlJonwnshort rotfltrost Ollwlnlbmogwus visItitfgfriends rtmlodfrom wrnttoOoingtonwas baNincsstrip YOtaIwl1iotairnertfromitIlls isthemoor Mrs Oourtland P Cheimult has wasthe Tuesday horfmsbnnd returned this weeK Miss Emma Goodwin is the guest MargaretQuinMiss Katie Helmof Elizabethtown Fayottecounty WI1Lewis hes this week LouisMoMeek SrIthls week IRussellWasson Miss jEllen T Woodson is the Mrs John Barrett of Cincinnati was the guest of her son Mr John ston Ban ett this week Dr Bert Mays of Crawforclsvllle Ind was the guest of Dr R P Buckmaster this week Mr H Clay Wilson and bride nee Luttie Rodman have returned mid gone to housekeeping Mrs Brush ear of Owensboro who was the guest of Mrs ftiary C Haycraft has returned homeIMrs Helen McClure who Itt8 been tin Stamping Ground for soy eral weeks has returned home Dr W E Baxter has returned after a months absence from busli ness greatly improved in health Miss Katie Gibbons Frankforts sweet cuntu trice has returned to the College of Music Miss Victoria CincInnatiI a and Miss Lulu Barlow visited Miss Jennie Lee this Mr Edgar M Suter who weekI the guest of his parents for returned to Louisville on day Mrs Udolpho Snead of Louis ville who has been the guest of Mrs W E Bradley has returned M home beenrWOOdjl IIunMr Ed B McsClure who has1 been visiting his mother for two weeks has returned to his homo in BopkinsvilleIi Jacks t boro Texas was called here by theIillness and death of her father F M Scofleld tY ashiugtonins Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis Woodlake this week Dr James McKee who is a stu dent at the Kirksville Mo School of Osteopathy was the guest of Dry 3J P Buckmaster Saturday Rev A C Hensley of Versailles oity1vl11lenvowhere they will spend some time HughesTaeksonI Christmas with their grandfather jtfr J Hughes on Murray treat I Dr E H Black of Stamping eityIMrs Helen McClure in the future Mrs Jas A Hodges of Louis vine who has been with her father Dr E H Black In Stumping Ground returned home on Tues da Prof S L Froggo and wife re turned Saturday trout a visit to Southern Kentucky and from time Educational Convention at louis- ville Mrs Leo Buckloj who has best visiting relatives in Philadelphia and Washington City for two 1nton hs returned home Thursday night Mr Jesse W Hamptm and faun fly of Hinton Ky removed to this city to live Mr Hampton has accepted a position with Ken ney Bros Mr Elmoro Banta and wife tjf t jjugrango spent Sunday with he Ciir k l 1 I tdJ L RNIIVIAI SO- IIfive moved their stock of Carpets Intl Dry Goods to IN 45 Bridge Sift South ode- WeI have an immense stock of Carpets us Dry Goods and Notions and ordiaily invIte our t 4 Old Friends and New IIIIt i ROOMAN SON 141nt 11ISISEISI SdCC9S5 = pnrents Col and Mrs Samuel N Davidson on Stonewoll Avenue Soath Side IMiss Mary Mason Montgomery Montgomeryigave friends at Y M 1 hall on Wednesday night- Miss Margaret Reading enter tained on Thursday night n honor of Miss Cooper of Pine Grove Delightful refreshments were served and a nice time enjoyed by those present Judge E C OEdar wife and children came hero on Tuesday and have gone to housekeeping in the handsome house of Dr E R flume on Fourth Ave South Side iAIr R L Dooley at one time ui of our office but recently living in the mountains has returned to this city and accepted a Iaco with the Roberts Mill South ido Miss Mary Todd Nicol gave a new pnInew one in Loxlngtonbutan entertainment at cards at her home in Lexington in honor of the Woodland Social Club The affair was very recherche in every witsand was greatly enjoyed by those present + Sore nnd swollen joints sharp shooting pains torturing muscles rest no sleep That menus rheumatism It is a stubborn ChamberIloinsthousands of time It will do so whenever the opportunity is oil rod Try it One application relieves the pain For sale by T V Gayle Druggist 11m BIRTHS itla m on nrs to Mr S Lnulley and wife a daughter NOTICE T have rented out my place on Fourth Ave Ito Judge Orear iny family will go to New York but I am not going I may be found at my office rooms in the Hume building day or night I have both Phones and they are No 59 E E HUMS 173m Chapped hands oiaoked lips and roughness of the skin cured by Banner Salvo the most healing ointment in the world W Mc Kee Hardie and South Long moorav t T ittL t AttentionTo fora busy in this busy world send them to Elltndalo Commercial College near sitrneighborhood in Davies county remote from the distractions and temptations of city or town Only experienced inslructorsareemployecl RrnduutesIBoard tuition furnished room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address E GARDINER A M Gtn PresI NOTICEt ITInotice toatlpersonsindebtcdtothoffitate forwnrdpromptlynndsottlo est t notified to present the same to me joNESIl FRANKFORT CITY SCHOOLS We ore indebted to Prof S L Frogg Superintendent for the following facts in regard to our city schools Report for December 1900 compared with 1899 lSD91Totalr Months enrollment 884 882 Average membership 888 818 Average attendance 725 009 Average absence 108 144 Per centago of attend ance 8582 The Frankfort Public School is in good condition The teachers ore painstaking and faithful inI the discharge of the duties mourn bent upon them IThe pupils with few exceptions are improving the opportunities- of school life are requested to visit the school often THIRD YEARS STATISTICS December Of 12 regular members Seven 7 neither absent or tardy during month delpOne 1 100 per cent in Solid Geometry One 1 100 per cent in Litera ture Three 8 never absent during entire year Two 2 never absent or tardy during entire year Four 4 absent only olio day during the entire year 980 per cent highest general average of all subjects for month 848 per cent lowest general average of all subjects for month I t Go to jPQ Il git rmBjfe1N Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware Paints Oils Glas Lime Cement I Meat Cutlers Leaded Shells Powclfr Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family jBarbed taggIuun A N D Nar Baco1flnuH M Ellendale Commercal ICollege School for and Young Men who wish to study M Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short i Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic The college locnted in one of the most healthful nnd refined neighborhoods in c Daviess county remote from nil temptations nnd distractions of city town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a rr I good position Catalogues free Re IIopens September 10 1900 t J E Gardiner A M Pres f July 2lGm U RDSVILLE KY 4 THE orWestern Limited Ii ElectricLighted 20th Century Train t For St Paul and Minneapolis 1 ii Leaves Chicago 630 p m every day r Dayligbt Train leaves Chicago 900 a m daily INight Express 1015 p m daily S Duluth and St Paul Fast O Mail 10 pm Daily fi All Agents Sell Tickets Via 1 CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN RY The ShortLine to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago Yt Winter tourist ticket TO FLORIDA NEW ORLEANS CUBA Only 24 hours Cincinnati to Florid and New Orleans Cafe Parlor and Ob servation Cars Free reclining Chair Cars superb vestibuled trains Through Pullmans Cincinnati to Chattanooga Knox ville Asheville Savannah Atlanta Bin mlngham Jacksonville New Orleans TampajWest Nassau and Havana Handsome printed matter sent free to inquirers guy Vogr tickets Via the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry YBVhenpleasure the going over the Queen S Crescent ltouto us connec tions via Cincinnati Skillful attendants look to your fort your meals la carte are not in the best hotels rest is unbroken on the smooth rock ballasted You not annoyed by change- of cars Fatigue vanishes some the finest natural scenery in America W J MURPHY Gent Mangsr Boys W C RINftRSON- Qoal Paasr Agent CINCINNATI Iltr 1I J B ng is or of ea sur are Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 1 Everything for orchard lawn and garden i t ornasmentaland everything needed about tho homo coun to try or town No agents employed and rook p r onnppltcation t J Oct 123m H P HrLLENMEYIm LEXINGTON KT tri J lr Cauys Condition rowiera art t 1jIahorsecents per package GayleandLeCompte NEW LAW FIRM s I liGoapolis Ind The firm is Tftylor Miller tC Moores 1070 CHICAGO AND RETURN t tiolcetstovillo at 1070 and other points in t antionethird24 25 81 and January 1st good re timefoldersdress E H Bacon D P A Mo non Route Louisville Ky DflUM and WUkJM out BOttiIfr1tFIII L W08LLI Auanitt IoIUIl M4 Keith frj f ill Clearance Sale of Cloaks Suits SkirtsRIRJ40 IWLr111RMRIRICqgpry O111JM 1 500 Jackrts mw 250 600 Jackets now 300 750 jackets now 3 98 rJ 1000 Jackets now 12 00 Jackets now 698 i6co Jackets noW X898a- Y 200 5 Jackets now 1210 1500 Ja kets now 1600 j FAY STOCKINGS For Ladies and Children Up to stay Try them and you will always buy them No garters no supporters needed COItt- c3iI 1VLalll 3t L jdA 0DEATHS IMORSE In tins city on Sun day night Mrs Addle D Morse wife of Mr F H Morse aged t about 85 years consumption Z Mrs Morse was a good Chris tian woman She loaves abus childredqIThe funeral services were con I dueled from the Methodist Church on Tuesday afternoon at 1iff 280 oclock by Rev J R Savage whiohf2rcemeteryI In this city on Mont day morning Mrs Ann Haly raged about 75 years She was a good woman A faithful member of the Catholic Church For many years she had been a trained nurse and many an aohe and pain has been soothed by her kindly care The funeral services were con ducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday r and interment in our cemetery DARNELLAt his home in Stamping Ground on Tuesday morning Mr Southey Darnell aged 40 years Mr Darnell leaves a wife who was Miss Drue Hock 4 ensmith and five children to mourn his death The remains buryingi on Thursday morning SWANGOAt Butte Mont Night work strengthWhenof labor and subtract from his hours of rest he is putting an extra strain on brain and body In such cases many men make the serious mistake of using stimulating liquors or alcoholic tncdi l spurJs1 nourished the nerves and gives vital to brain and MedIi a temperance 1IIeddlep3 Mr Edward Jacobs of Marengo Crawford Co sufTerinRwithi h of ever getting stout again and the last lchance was to medicine I had tried Z the home doctors and received but little re lief After taking three bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and one vial of his isdueDr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cost of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for pa per covered clotstamps for Address Dr R PierceDuffaloNY Lfati 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1800 Suits now 1098 2000 Suits now 1298 2500 Suits now 1698 30 oo Suits now 1898 4000 Suits now 2500 5000 Suits now 3298 Underwear at greatly reduced prices Mr Charts Swango son of Hon Green B Swango of pneumonia Charlie was n popular and clever young man well known here when his father was Register of the Lund Offic- ePAXTONAt her residence on the Lawrenceburg pike near the Stewart Home on Saturday Mrs Martha Paxton mother of Mr John Thos Paxton aged 81 years The funeral services were con ducted un Sunday afternoon by Rev J R Savage of the Metho dist Church and the remains in terredIin the family buryin- ground THE MOTHERS FAVORITE Chamberlains Cough Remedy the mothers favorite It is pleas ant and safe for children to take andalways cures It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine made for these diseases There is nut the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently toa babe asto an adult For bale byJ WGayle Druggist 1m MATRIMONIAL CRUTCHERBLAKEMORE Miss Neva Blakemore of tbi county and Mr Lafe Crutcher CICrutohor t now of Huntington West Virginia will ho married on the Oth of February SMITHCRIJTCHERMr d Smith of Woodford county and Miss Clara Crutohor of this county will bo married on the 6th of February at the home of the brides parents near thicker Sta tion CARDWELLEASLEY the Chapel offthe First Baptist Church on Wednesday January 2 Mr Wm R Cardwell and Mrs Sue Eosley were married by RevIi M B Adams GAINESARNOLDMr J El liott Gaines and Miss Mary Will Arnold were quietly married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Milton Arnold Wednesday afternoon January 2 at 5 oclock by Rev George Dar aleIMr Gaines is the youngest son of Mr Jas B Gained Ho is a hustling young farmer Miss Arnold is the oldest daughter of Mr Milton Arnold and is a popular and industrious young lady Many congratulations are extended tQt the happy couple- BARKLEYREDD In JolTer sonville Ind on January 1st Mr William Berkley of George town and Miss Fay Redd of this city were marriedtMis8 Redd ig tho daughter of 3t svtt LA Tr R S Redd of the F Railway The groom is u hustlin Y Mang liveryman of Georgetown The wedding was a surprise to th fancily and friends BEAT OUT OF AN INCREASE OF HIS PENSION A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamber In ins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico in 47 and 48 I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and thisremedy has kept me fro pensiog1I restores me It is unequalled us- a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe to take For Druggistsa NO EXTRA SESSION IIt is authoritatively announced that Auditor Coulter has decided that he will have funds enough ou hand to run the State until the now taxes can be collected So there will be no extra session of the Legislature At which fact the taxpayers will no doubt be greatly gratified and relieved They have had enough of special or regular sessions to last for a whiles Rio Coffee only 1Ok cents pe pound at LangdonCreasey 171t MERRY WAR There is a merry old war on in the gambling fraternity in Louis HenryIwhose now poolroom was granted license by the License Board on Wednesday All is harmonious among the fraternity in this city and a fellow can be comfortably skinned at tiny of the resorts he may visit Pepsin preparations often fail to rolieve indigestion because they can digest only albuminous foods There is one preparation that digests all classes of and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It cures the worst cases of indiges tion ahd gives instant relief for it digests what you eat South Long1 ocr and W McKee Hardie TERRIBLE RECORD IIn the report of the Coroner for this county it is shown that he held thirtyfour inquosts during the year 1900 Of these thirteen were murders pne was a suicide and the rest were of the ordinary character Think of thirteen murders haying boon committed in a civilized community anti not a single mur decor has been punished 1Vhe- murderers can got nominal and skillful lawyers can fix up schemes to acquit what can bo hoped forj 275 Skirt now 16198 498 Skirt now 398 600 Skirt noiv 398 l800 Skirt now e498 900 Skirt now 5 98 1000 Skirt now 675 P 1200 Skirt now r 798 15 00 Skirt now 8 1 Dress Goods One lot Black and Color I Woolen Dress Goods at just half the origi Icd price r THE ROUNDABOUT r tJ j t THE PEOPLES PAPER t l t fr EVERYBODY TAKES IT t i EVERYBODY READS ii i 1I h Sub cription Only 1 Per Year It i 0 OUR JOB DEPARTMENT f BINDERY jiilank Book of all kinds gotten up ia tfct most styleeof r be art Old Books and Muaio bound at iMNfk rotas Job lOJ t aUeiladR sakwited L JjRi IM MM UndaDgUt Khtercd at the postofllco nt Frankfort Ken luckus secondclass mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 5 1901 ANOTHER GOODMAN CALLED HOME li With n sad heart we write the Ill estlillt notify our renders that fWour lifelong friend and brother JlMr Francis Marion Scofield has entered into eternal rest He tdiud lit his residence on Campbell street this city oh Tuesday ijac 4 oclock aged 68 years lustI 1Mr Scofield was born and reared this and was in busi pnrsltIn Miss Martha Jonkins of the same iv neighborhood and the marriage has been a peculiarly happy one pAs ii result of that union two p daughters Mrs Mollie Thomas r and Mrs Alma Graham given to When thomIl Mr was aid united with the South Benson Baptist Church and ever 3Since his walk and conversation g proved that he was a sincere and i upright Christian man By patient industry ho had accumulated a competence but later saw his sav ings swept away by unfortunate investmentsIWith cheerful heart and tin workJto earn his living He was a blunt straightforward gentleman earnest in purpose and of unswerving integrity For some months his health had been poor and about three weeks since he took his bed and although a great sufferer he bore it all with uncomplaining patience Knowing in whom he had be lieved he awaited the end as be came the devout Christian he was a933Alt33J lIts Easyl c ITom Takcll m Thin pale anaemic girls i need a fatty food to enrich m their blood give color tow their cheeks and restore their w = health and strength It m a r safe to say that they nearly I all reject fat with their food g COD 11- WfTHHYPWHOSPMTESoFLfMEtSOOA OIL is exactly what they require jj it not only gives them the imiportant element codliver 8 in a palatable and efeily di gested form but also the hypo w phosphates which are so valua ble in nervous disorders that g anaemiYa I SCOTTS EMULSION isaf i fatty food that is more m digested than any other form1i Jj of fat A certain 8 flesh is necessary for health ii 8 You can get it in this way g- I We have known per 1 aadayand too all druggists V SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York eeeeEeee t 1ttj Death had no terrors and the grave no gloom for his Savior had passed through before him He was n tender and loving tins hand and father As a friend hens steadfast and true Fidelity to duty and convictions of right- were prominent c characteristics of the man IlIe leaves his wife b o several grandchildren relfitivesIend The funeral services wore con ducted by Rev 11 H Adams pastor of the First BaptistCHurch of- this city of which Mr Scufield was a member on Thursday the11nmains were interred in our cemetery To theberoft loved ones of our friend ue tender our sincerest thy lOur whole community mourns of an honest moat one she could ill afford to spare CONSUMPTION THREAT IENED St Cam paign Ill writes I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year consumptionedies and was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Fuleys Honey and Tar It cured me andI have not been troubled since W McKee Hardie and South Long moorIOn Tuesday evening at 580 oclock nn alarm from box 35I called the fire boys to a small brick house on Washington street DnvisIfore the boys got there although they were out and away in half a minute from the turning in of the alarm On Wednesday morning at 580 oclock a telephone alarm called them to the residence of Mr Pat Sullivan on Clinton street where the boding around a hearth was on fire It was extinguished with but a trifling loss The third alarm came from box 18 at 1055 on Wednesday and was found to bo a blaze on the roof of a cottage of Mrs Wert Thomson on Second street The fire was soon extinguished and the damage only about X20 The boys get to work quickly and do their work well every time TRIED FIVE DOCTORS Mrs Frances L Sales of Mis souri Valley Ind writes Iliad severe kidney trouble for years had tried five doctors without ben FoleysKidneyKee Hardio and South Long moor ARRESTED AS COUNTERFEITERS Two young white men by the name of Geo F Gayheart and Jos Penn were arrested Monday night on warrants Commissioner Chapman chargingi them with making and passing passedahemexamining trials were set for Wednesday at 10 oclock a in when they were discharged the toITO CURE A COUGH atop coughing as it irritates the lungs and gives them no chance to heal Foleys Honey and Tar cures without causing a strain in throwing off the phlegm like com mon cough expectorants W Mc Kee Hardie South Longmoor In the whole circle of experience in the clothingt business we never before handled such perfectly correctlytailored Ov r t From the lining of the pockets to the cover of the velvet solar all and every thing shows the work of Expetienced oreT Mens Strictly All Wool Overcoats 750 1000 1200 1500 and 2000 Boys want stylish well made clothing as well as men They like 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- 0HUDSON andICorner Main St Glai J L sue CIH1cI I EQUAL tho TAYLOg WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND DESTOP IS THBCORK AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAYLOR StoNATUIUISOftWRITlP01IUUSTIATED E H TAYLOR JR ft SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which in Quality and Flavor Are TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND GALL PROjDUCT KentuckyIndustry D O ROBINSON Frankfort t Sept 2ly i I JsM Ii I FLeURi THE J E M MILLING i COi J N MILES Sec Treas Aug 18ly Cnristmas ougerS Will save money buying at Scot tows My stook is large and getthomDecorated lamps shade or globe day clock warranted 2 years 1180 hour clocks 00 cents photo inecluliouH 25o and 50o vases 5c 106 and 15c Also a largo variety of useful and fancy articles suitable for Christmas Watches clocks and jewelry repaired 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SOOTTOW Royal Mills MANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 2511 MISTLETOE BOUOH AND FARCE The ladies of Ascension Church Guild will give a rendition of the Mistletoe Bough about the mid dle of January l 01for the benefit of the chapel fund It is hoped that there may be a large attendance The exact date will be given later td CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children Tin Kind Yea Hivo Always BoutM IIBears of LD LEXINGTON Flouring I tiEs fI GET T I ir KodolCure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food andftidi Nature in strengthening and recon i struotlng the exhausted gani It is the atestdlscovered ant and tonic No other dlgestf1rrIcan approach it in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all otherresults of imperfect t rt Prepared ky E C OtWITT AGO CbleN SOUTH IONGMCOR IW McKEE HARDIE 81 IloEimitations upon Residence Traveland Oc pattern IPaVllblt In GOld 1nsuranceII TIE 1SEe Dyspepsia Leaizocontalns3ietlitlIAsmallslzeBookaU Important features OF- UKioi fl1 isdtoPolicies OF LIFE INSURANCE NCONTESTAIILITY from date of Issuef PremiumIPayments gasb Uale Loan Utoe Extension of 1nsura1lceiI by terms IMaine nonforfeiture taw jjj Every one of these p1lvdeges is definite and clear sf haw W plainlytoldexist as to misunderstanding but everything Is explicitly set forth vneouiwocal unftuux FTEB Three Years UNION MUTUAL toPayMAINS JCONFORFEITUKE LAW without Action of thoPollcyboldarhoontfnulag the ilUluronco FMJ BRUME andJoffersontOHN R h3 Frankfort 4 Does it Pay to Buy Cheap AchPUIremedy for roughs and 4you want some thing that will relieve and cure thermore severn and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles Wh it shall r ypu doll Go to a warmer and moretiregular oil mate Yes if possible H not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in coun tries with success in severe throat and lung troubles I3oschees German stirnIcauses easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the Try one bottle Recommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by S B Holmes 4iyv TWENTY TOWNS HAVE OVER 4000 The Census Bureaus bulletin Just issued pertaining to Ken tucky shows that there are twenty cities in the Stnte of oer 4000 inhabitants the largest ofwhich a Louisville has 204781 while Covington is second on the list r with 42088 Newport with 28 x 801 is third and Lexington is fourth with 26809 then follows Ashland 0800 Bellevue 0882 Bowling Green 8220 j Danville 4285 Dayton 6104 Frankfort 0487 Henderson 10272 Hop 7280 Mayfield 4081 4Mn sville 6428 Middlesboro 4102 Owonsboro 18180 Poclu cap 19446 j Paris 4608 Rich mood 4058 Winchester 5964 Of those the figures show that nil of the twenty named have in creased in population except Rioh niand which has decreased from J 5078 iu 1890 to 4658 in 1900 w Sprnw of the smaller cities have 1 increased nearly double their 1890 a population but a number have decreased Hickman for instance- t1r which went back from 1652 to JiY 1580 and among the towns t Campbtjlkbtirg went back from 1j- i 842 to 1- 01fe =lp know that Foleys 11fiHoneynlld Tnr is absolutely the best for all diseases of the throat J f and lungs Dealers are authorized fti to guarantee it to give satisfac IZ11 tion W McKee Bardie and ir South Longmoor J4 DAUGHTmCOmDERACY itEUCHRE AND DANCE j The Daughters of the Confed 4p racy hald their euchre and dance + at tlie Capital Hotel on Monday sandrVJ u jolly crowd present Forty tables were occupied and at the conclu ThtIos 11 H Shelby Jr of Lexington had Ir l won the first prize Mrs Jas An drew Scott the semlllnnd Miss the thirdI Mary Gray r A delightful dance was engaged ID in until the small hours of the morning and all departed to their Ii homes having enjoyed the even lsp ings entertainment to the full J A Lambert of Rachel N C writes I heartily endorse Foleys Kidney Cure It does what you claim it will do and there is nothing equal to it and T thank you for the goodit has done me It Accept ho substitute W MoKee 1 Hardie and South fe Longnioor sAV THE YEAR AND CEN TURY OUT 4f A large crowd ot worshippers as sembled at the Church of the Good Shepherd on Monday night where Rev Father Major cele j HighkISsBand continued s until 12 oclocktwhen 1rnted bell rung out in cele of the close of the old year centuryand the opening of the now J 1 t A fine congregation also attended the services at Ascension Episco pal Church where there was a I splendid musical program and celebration of Holy Communion They watched oul the old year scaand in the new t Willing Willow Furniture end r Wicker CLaus seoa become soiled bat they to look like new with Dwt Wisting Powder Ot ailwarae vtftr Use t scnibblii brush when water eoHMsii least tolled get freed follow flatbed but must be wiped dry quickly tll tnt booth THe t yMI at Nw Yrk s ton OJ 4 r i f rii i t If 9Hd X4 COURTS The U S Court Judge Walter Evans presiding the Court of Appeals with Judge ORear in place of Judge Hazelrigg the Circuit Court with Judge Cantrill presiding and County Court wjth Judge Moore on too benchwil meet in this city on Mondny next If anybody wants more courts at l once they will have to go elsej where to find them Save doctors hillsby giving Foloyjfl Honey and Tar to infants and children in time to prevent pneumonia or croup which are fatal to sb thousands ofI babies W Molten Hnrdic nndI South Longniopr BUYS A NEW HOME Mr Ben T Farmer hats pur chased the handsome residence o Mr Henry F Duncan on street now occupied by Dr C Wallace and will shortly move his family into it The price re cited in the deed is 4000 cash Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat A BLACK SHEEP The most instantaneous ofa the Hoyt success A Black Sheep will have an elaborate production direct from Hoyt s Theatre New York at the Capital Theatre next Monday evening The emphatic hit scored by this remarkable merry farce during its long run in New York Boston Philadelphia Chicago and other large cities is fresh in the mind- of those whokeep posted upon the successes of the great metropoli The piece will be presented this season much better than ever The cast is said to be by far th strongest and hest which has ever appeared in this popular comedy and the scenery and stage acces sories are on an scale The cast nunibe about thirty people and is by William Devere the originator of the part of Goodfellow Gun fling the Arizona editor a part in which Mr Devere added imme diately and lasting fame as a char actor delineator before tile footlights to his already wide reput- Lion as a delineator of oharact in verse The Hot Stuff 9f the piece is Mr George Allen n favorite comedian who is said to make good the title of the part as well as the title of the piece The re mainder of the cast is reported equally adequate and includes some very wellknown specialty artists whose acts are cleverly in troduced into the action of t piece Thesetting of the piece is very elaborate an entire new set uf scenery having been painted Mr Arthur Voegtlin scenic arti of Hoyts New York Theatre for this seasons tour That the first presentation of Mr Hoyts laughable skit in this city will be accorded a hearty wel come is pretty well evidenced by the unusually brisk demand for sea tFJ 0Housework is haid woAwithout Gold Dust j11fI 1Vkkerehalrs NrGold dryWYtte OUUWUkrUrAt GALOREi appropriatel- adequate 1REOP ENED The Home Steam Laundry hay b3on purchased by Mr E P Doa ton and will reopen for business jon Monday morning He asks for n share of businessand guar tees satisfaction Inn GREATEST COMEDY Hoyts name in itself is enough to insure the success of any comedy His reputation for presenting nothing but good clean and wholesome fun is so well known that every time one of his companies come here they are sure of a hearty welcome Next Monday evening at the Capital his great comedy success U A Black Sheep will make its bow to the theatregoers of this city and that the piece will bet accorded n royal welcome is al unusuallyK IF BANNER SALVE doesnt cure your piles money will be returned It is most healing medicine W Kee Hardie and South Lon moor LADIESll A glimpse of the luxury with which rich Americans surround themselves is given in the January issue of The Ladies Home Journal under the title House keeping in a Millionaires Fum ily If this issue of the Journal popI nlsbe greatly enhanced One of th JanuaryJournal Who Made the Most Brilliant Americaea Queen once sat on a Vice Rega throne in Ireland There is a little play for amateurs The Little Woman Play adapts Elizaraibetho compli cations of The Successors of Mary the First Charles Major tells n thrilling Blue River Bear Story and Clifford Howard con tributes another chapter of The Story ofn Young Man A byVpicerceived with great favor Edward Bok has an article on The Two Centuries and This Magazine giving n short review of the history of the Journal There ar also many other features that wi prove useful and helpful to home makers By The Curtis Publish ing Co Philadelphia Oran a year ten cents n copy hoChapped hands cracked lips and roughness of the skiaonred quickly by Banner Salve the most healing ointment in the world W Mc IronetA FINE PLANT The Louisville Dispatch of Sun day has a handsome notice of the new quarters and splendid plant of tan Geo G Fetter Printing Co The President of the company is that genial good fellow Col Geo G Fetter and we congratulate him upon his fine outlook fc r future business Quality and not quantity makes DeWitts Little Early Risers such valuable little liver pills South Longmoor and W MoKee Har die The mewl wrote a schoo- boy is a hardier bird than a guse or turkey It has two legs to walkwith two more to kick with and it wears its wings on the side of its head It is stubbornly backward about going forward Good Canned Corn only 5 dents per can at LangdonCreasey Co ITlt kt a wINCH ESTER16 NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS black powder shells on the market compare with the NBW RIVAL In unl and strong shooting qualities Sure fire and waterproof Oct the genuine IINo REPEATING ARMS New Haven Conn t L Pleasant to take i Laxative Syrup1g t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION T Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best mediciiites for Constipation as they bring about a are normalaction of the bowels wh n minerals and their salty irritating to the intestines 7 LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege l table Compound and if used in Constipation will bung about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms cflr Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousnessr Bloated Feeling etc- H oar will be returned if you do nnot like it better than 3anyother you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE J 4tf TEHEES E3EEiT NOOERIEgAB LIUUORS T LOWEST PRICES JOHNTURISLOLLS iryj j VS1TNOAHSARKa Arid lgtus supply your wants in Tip Oha6Iasswarc tJt ps Toys c1 I I From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of r BEST Q ALITy i 1 X339 Aiu Street Next Door to Gay1es f Drug f Store i I11 Jr i oth i WI i f Jt ii 1901 RELIGIOUS ASCENSION E PIS COP A L- CHURCHRev R L McCready Rector infrMorning at 11 sa m Evening prayer and sermon at 780 p m Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 945 a m p Wednesday evening prayer and Lesson at 780 f To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m The pastor will begin a series of fi Sunday night sermons on The Perils of the City The first of if these will be preached Sunday night subjectIThe week of prayer will be ob 4 served in the chapel services each 4 evening at 780 except Saturday Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Young Peoples Society will meet chapelSeats in rated CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev PleachtMorning subject The Twentieth Century ChurchWhat It Will Be and Do willMSimpsonTopic Look Junior Endeavor Society meets chapelThe series of ten sermons on the life and charac Sundayeveningwill be given tomorrow night Jan 6 and will have for its themeII JosephHIs Fathers Favorite The public will be cordially wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers in tlie city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J ilcClusky Blayney D Dvlhe pastor will preach ut 11 a in and 780 p m Sundt school at 946 a m Young iVoles Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room att45 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780 The pulbic cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 a m Epworth League in Sundayschool room at 645 p m- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 75 The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jrthe pastor will preach at 11 a m and p m The pastor will begin a series of four sermons at the afternoon ser vice on the relations of the church to the Now Century tho City the k ntterInoonSundayschool at 9oO a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 pm To all these meetings the public 1s cordially invited A mission will be held at the Church of the Good Shepherd for tiJ nIJ THE SEASONS GREETINGS i TO OUR MANY FRIENDS w Old and new who have so loyally supported us during the year just passed We are sure our business relations have proven of mutual ad iivantage and We promise our hearty cooperation for 1901 Asking continuance of your good will and hoping to have a call i from you we are Most cordiallyr M A WLBERTThe H r 4 sIIsrIoiII 44e i 8un1dnyweek for Catholic Mon and the third week for nonOutho PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK OF PRAYER AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Monday night January 7The Church Universalthat it may be a spiritual a consecrated a united church Tuesday night January 8Our Own Land that it may be peace ful prosperous Christian Wednesday night January 9 Heathen Landsthat they may re ceivo the light of the gospel and walk in it- Thursday night January 10 The Needs of Our Church that it may grow in power and usefulness Friday night January l1Ihe Needs of Our Citythat it may be redeemed from vice anti crime and become an honor to our State Y 11 C A Rev J R Savage pastor of tho Methodist Church will speak nt 880 p in tomorrow Mr Say age is forceful speaker andnever foils to please All men should hear him Rev M B Adams gave the ad dress last Sunday and made deep impression Extracts from Mr Roosevelts New York address were ronc1alElo The Bible Class met last night also the Literature Club No young man should fail to be in one or both of these clubs for self improvement The Physical Work will bo re sumed next week as it is prac tically certain that the bathrooms will be in repair by tonight or MondayThe Committee met last weekand arranged some interesting social events to take place during the winter nUll spring Definite announcement will be made later Plans are being matured to in augurate a membership campaign soon The Association privileges are so superior that the members will doubtless enter the campaign with confidence of success Every friend of the Association sjioud have a part in ranking the organization good- Putuam Fadeless Dye Olive Green produces the beautiful dark green so fashionable in dress patterns this year lOc pur park age Sold by South Longmoor TRIED FIVE DOCTORS Mrs Frances L Sales of Mis souri Valley Ind writes I had yenrshadFoleysKidneyKeo Hardio and South Long moor 11 iff BAY STATE AT BUFFALO Fine HlKtorlcal Exhibit Will Be Made II Maanae1nnetta The historic qpinmonwenltb of Mas sachusetts will have a mort Interesting exhibit at the PanAmerican Exposi tion at Buffalo It Is being collected through the co operation or various societies such as the Sons of the Revolution Daughters of the Revolution Sons of the American Revolution Daughters of the Amer WarIchairman of the Massachusetts Pan Giliof historic material possessed by Mas sachusetts should be adequately repre sented at the PanAmerican Exposi tionThe matter of a building has not yctt been definitely decided but it is prob able that the old Providence House which was one of the historic buildings of Boston will be reproduced as a home for Massachusetts exhibits at the Ex THE PnOPYLfiA position in Buffalo This building was typical in its style of the old fashioned Boston architecture and In addition possessed a special interest from Its historic associations It formerly stood on the Washington street end of Prov idence court partly on the site of what is now Clarks Tavern One of the members of the Massa chusetts commission to the Paris Ex position who recently returned from the Trench fair secured there about 450 valuable exhibits which will be transferred to the PanAmerican at Buffalo ExMayor Frederick Posdlck of Fitchburg and City Treasurer E T Tlfft of Springfield returned recently from a visit of a few days in Buffalo very enthusiastic over the prospects for the success jpf the Exposition and are anxious to have thegood old Bay State well represented there Building Going Up The magulllcent buildings which are t house the exhibits of the PanAmeri can Exposition at Buffalo next sum mer are fast progressing toward com pletion and will soon be ready for the collections which are on the way from all quarters of the American continent The scene upon the grounds of the Ex position In the northern part of the city Including part of the famous Dela ware Park Is a busy one and every day sees some definite progress made in the construction work Conditions have been very favorable to rapid work and the PanAmerican Exposi tion bids fair to break the record in the matter of swift construction of Ex position buildings and their entlror completion before the time arrives to open the gates to the general public This season there is a large death rate among children from croup anti lung troubles Prompt action will save the little ones from these terrible diseases Wo know of nothing so Certain to give instant relief as One Minute Cough uponintroubles of adults Pleasant to take South Longmoor and MoKee Hnrdie v CZEAiA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLESICURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin Itch and burn Distressing Eruptions on the skin so you companyDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sure and Cracked Hash form on the kin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains 2 Swollen Joints Falling Hull All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores I Eating Sores Ulcers All these are mlJtollli of eczc rna and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B nlBB B Botanlea Blood Balm which itching of eczema to stop forever th Hkin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B Is just the remedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT nre udviecl to give U B B a trial For sale by sixIaway Write for It Address BLOOD BALM GO414 Mitchell St Atlanta Qn Describe your trouble and free personal medical advlie given 1ForSale by WMcKeH Hardie 2 f The merited reputation for curing sores and skin disease- acquired s by DeWitts Witch Haze Salve has led to the making o worthless counterfeits Be sur SnlveIKee Hardie MAKING IMPROVEMENTS Mr C L Stone the new Gen oral Passenger Agent of the L N Railroad is gradually making changes in his department and improving the service Hereto fore the office in this city would sell through tickets to St Louis and on only one line but now a person going West from here can have choice of three routes viz The Henderson the Air Line and LouisvjlJejThe proved and uptodate coaches put on with vestibules and patent platforms with folding steps Dining oars are also to be added to all through trains With the substitution of the new for the old platform the piactice of jumping on and off moving trains will lie broken up as there will be nothing for the boys to jump 9 Do you- CoughDr Bulls Cough cure a Cough or Cold at once Conquers Croup WhoopingCough and Moasle BronChiItissureresults dealers substitute it is not as good rjBulrsCough Syrup Always cures when others fail Dr Bwlli Pills cure Constipation and Llvei TrewMM fo pMta jo eta Trial box 5 eta y 0 Question Answered o fIllrcivilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were 9C fAA and they seldom heard of oppen elicit Is 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 stimw foftook when feeling clulKand had with hcndaihes and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower In liquid form toe make you satisfied there is serious the matter with you Forkwore by S B Holmes 41y f 18 TBAIIS EXPERIENCE W J GRUNWALD Professional Piano and Organ Tuner andRe fitdoyBGEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 22ly DO YOU WANT To sell your real estate timber or coal stock of goods Do IOU want to buy or exchange for thefM N Charleston W Va Box 475 eDec 16ly For Sale A first class byclcle model Rambler is offered for ale Apply at this office tl WANTEDTwo reliable traveling salesmen in each State permanent i position salary and expenses ex perienco not absolutely essential pGreensboro fl Good Gflrtmaa suggestion One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ improvedCyeo er i How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic life and what a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfactionR Sons d lecr j 9- it cttpYJrl HUNGRY FOR fAN AMERICAX NEWS f All tho r1nl riiilronils of Amnricn either cHrqetly or by im povtnub comxctioiia have n busi ness interest in the Pun American 1101Iaf the news of the enterpriso to tho people within tlioir rospecitjvoj torritorioa Mr gttiienil prissouger agent of the Biij Four Route is one of the most enertfftic of tho PnnAmer 3i0nn enthusiasts and lHcent1 lo lotedlinoutuo edition of tho Big dour Gjretto to the Exposition which cjiilod forth expressions of Appreciation from Exposition t y officials In n letter to Mr James V MH honey tho Superintendent of the Passenger Department of the Exposition Mr Lynch says of olio great enterprise What we want from now until the opening of the Exposition is a campaign of education on the 1 part of everybody To a large ex tent the Worlds Fair advertised v itself celebrating as it didnn event familiar to every man woman and child in the yRTho PanAmerican ExpositionI owever rewires all the adver tising and publicity which can be oJtheof this country will appreciate the u fact that one of the grandest Ex beingheld withtbeing done by your Pjess Bureau and Advertising Department the appreciateheUntil I saw the grounds myself 1 must confess that I had no idea WorldIs countryiuthat in many features the Pan American will surpass thorn nItI NovemberIt Four Gazette consisting of 10000 copies was absorbed immediately upon its conoiuIf news t rests largely with the railroads to satisfy them With this idea in YJr iew we propose to establish a PanAmerican department in our r iRALD j SPOTSf he is to an to to In irY I eiI With out help a bald spot nevergrows smallerIt spread until friends 4say How bald gettingNot easy cure old baldness easy stop the first thinning easy check the first falling out Used time bald ness is- made impos r1Ii ing but AYer HairI- gOrIt stops falling promotes growth and out all dandruff 1takes always restores to faded or all the dark rich color of early life You r may depend upon it every time It brings health to the hair Ioo a bottle All Drujnjlsts IIlhavo used Hair Vigor and nm greatly pleased with I have yetmystarted to grow again WITTMarch 8 Dak Write the Doctor lIfyou do not obtain all the benefits expected from the me of Ylgor Doctor about it Address Un J 0 AYES Lowell Mas monthly pnblionlion and carry current items of interest regard it the progress and development 1the Exposition THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE Every roar n largo number of poor sufferers whoso lungs are sore laid rnokod with coughs ills ur ed jti igpJjOjnnother olinmto Hut os y not always sure Dont bo nn exile when Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will cure you nt home Its th most infallible medicine for Coughs Colds and all Throat nut Lung diseases on earth The first doso brings relief Astonishing cures result from use Trial bottles freo at J W Gnylos Price 50o and 8100 Every bottle guaranteed lni THANKS IVe desire through the Round about to extend our hearty thanks to generous hearted people of city who slave so liberally helps us iu getting up our Oljristmns dinner for the poor We were enabled through your help to feed some 850 persons also to dis tribute clothing to quite a number of needy ones We certainly ap preciate the kindness of the peo pIe and pray thnt God who hold eth the wealth of the world in his hands will abundantly repay you POPEsMRS R L POPE A DEEP MYSTERY It is a mystery why women en dure Backache Headache Ner vousnoss Sleeplessness Melan choly Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles I suffered for years with kidney trouble writes Mrs Phrobe Oherley of Peterson la and a lame back pained m so I could not dress myself bu Electric Bitters wholly oared me and although 78 years old I now am able to do all my housework It overcomos Constipation im proves Appetite gives perfect health Only 50o at J W Gayle s drug store I m POLICE REAPPOINTED JOn Friday night at a meeting City Council Mayor De honey reappointed the present police force They are as follows Z T Thomason Win Gordon Coley Whitehead Austin J Robinson Wingute Thomson und Win Kirby IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE The fame of Bucklens Arnica Salve as the best in the world extends round the earth Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons Aches Pains and all Skin Eruptions Only in fallible Pile cure 250 a box nt J W Gaylos Inu PAINFUL INJURY IAs Mrs Eugene Hoge the handsome wife of the Teller of the State National Bank was entering a street car on Wednesday the 1uake became disarranged and Hew around striking her just bel the eye and cutting a bad gash Surgical attention was at olio rendered and she is all righ- again FARMERS BANK STATE v MENT By reference to their published statement in another column it will be soon that the Farmers inIeorporated a firstclass business and have put everything on a solid found n tion insuring good returns for its stockholders hereafter The most soothing healing and antiseptic application over devised is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo It relieves at once and mires piles sores eczema and skin diseases Beware of imitations South Longmoor and W MoKeo Hardio- t i SENT TO ASYLUM fThos Lane a convict sent from Estill county bocariie insane and was ordered by the county court sent to the Central Lunatic Asy IttipA respite was given to him so tbnt his could be loan A PROMINENT CHICAGO i WOMAN SPEAKS IProf Roxa Tyler of Chicago VicePresident Illinois Wonmns CbsilliUereloans Cough Remedy 81RU suffered with n severe cold this winter which tliruntonod to nin dilfereutgremedies but I to grow worse atuLtho medicine upset my stomach A friend advised file to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and it relieved me at once I am now entirely recovered saved n doctors bill time and suffering and I will never he without this splendid medicine again For Druggistd LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending January 5 1901 Anderson Will Butler Miss Martha Cal Miss Lucy nay Constantine W T Corbett Miss Ruby Croffer John DodD Mrs Pearl Ferguson Frank Gileson Jerry Gragg H Green Mrs Sis Gree 1 D Gross Harry W Halstead Muriet Jackson Walter Marshall Miss Bertha Chast J Otfceuhejmer Sidney Quest J W Rawlet Buck Riedell Chris Roberts A C Ranker Mrs J L Sadler W C Sanders W7 T Steiner Fredie Strauss Alex Winfield A S Woolfolk J S When calling for these letters please say advertised S B HOLMES P M BLOWN TO ATOMS The old idea that the body sometimes needs a powerful dras tic purgative pill has bQon ex ploded for Dr Kings New Life Pills which are perfectly harm less gently stimulate liver and bowels to expel poisonous mutter oleansethe system and absolutely euro Constipation nnd Sick Head ache Only 25o at Jr Goylos drug store 1m ORDERED MUSTERED OUT Adjutant General D R Murray has ordered tIle Beckham Guards of this city Co A2d Regiment National Guards mustered out of the service to take effect today January 5 Capt Lillis is appointed mus receipttWhen threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble prompt relief is necessary as it is danger ous to delay We would suggest that One Minute Cough Cure bo taken as soon as indications 00 having taken cold are noticed It cures quickly and its early use prevents consumption South Longmoor nnd W McKee Hardio DOG LOST A white Pointer puppy with dark brown spots on its side back and root of tnil was stolon from the home of Miss Mildred Hawkins on the Louisville hike December 15th A liberal reward will be paid for his return to this office 171t tXINGTON EASTERN RV LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 BAST BOUND IMJR8 2 r u 0 Lv Loxiugton 2 25 n Blontraeo F24l FaOO Avon 260 F 81O P 2 t1J 817 8 Mistletoe F815 8 iiOf L E Tuneftion 8 841 noOf Indian Field JJ a 8FI jp Olap Stanton city 188 g J2 41Of Kowlyn F 412 F 921 imwm F I Dundee F Natural Bridge F Bi II Qloncalrn F 80 I Torrent Fincaitlo F FIO Junction 5 rv ro B Ou l Ar 5 104ii Lv St Helens 5 FIO Tallin F 5 oJ 5 Fg Onkdnlo F5 roFll 00Of Klkntnwn 6 07F11 Ar Taukoon 615 1l STATIONSNo DailyEx Ex Sun NO41 winchectdr Bcattyvlllo WESTBOUND 8 I Lv Tncteon 0 2 KUuitawa 0 B3F2 81Of OnkdaloFO4DF24982 Athol 0 61 2 79I Tnllegn F 7 F St Helens 7 F 8 Benttyvlllo Junction 7 25 8 Benttyvlllo Lv 7 00 8 BOG Ry i Ar 7 W 5 Lv Fincastlo F7C3P883 Torrent 847 Glenclairn v 7 F 8 Natural Bridge F 8 00Of Dundee 808F408 FiLson 8 410 41Of F 8 F 4 Stanton 8 40 Clay City 8 nn Indian Fields 8 69 F 2i L E Junction 9 6 23 Mistletoe 923F615 Winchester 9 6 Vynndotto F I 48 F 5 Avon 949F640 6Of Montrose F 9 F 6 o Ar Lexington SOUTHERN RfUUftY IN KENTUCKY Condensed Sohidali Efftot e 20 1100 USTuouNriNoLN 6 NoT UiPDiAr945pmVersaillesAr Lexington 1045am 715pm 1030pm WESTBOUND No ft N No A 55arorAr Larencebg 820am 53opm 553am Ar Sbclbyvlllo 910am 815pm 030am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 750am JUST No 13Na llT No 12lNo ii 400pm 145 v 740pm ia40am 025pm 1000am Lv iTATIOKsI 630pm 810am 715pm 1043am Ar 440pm 720am 730pm 10Mam Ar 430pm 710am wESTIIOUNQ- No INo i0ltNo0 400pm Ar 1040am 740pm 632pm 1I718TATION8 Ar 910am 015pm 047pm Io Ar 750am 602pm 710pm Lv 730am 340pm 74Opm Lv 700am 310pm WESTBOUND tNo7 lltNo 51 STATIONS ItNo II tNo1 745am 400ptn Lv Louisvil Ai 1040am 740pm lo223m 650pm Lv Vanities Ar 75Oam 5O2pm 1102am 735pm Ar NlcblvlU Ar 058am 405pm 830pm Ar Rlcl1mnd Lv 005am 310pm LOupml Ar Irvine Lv 165pm STATIONS No No 74omI14pmAr 7oopmI745amAr Ar Atlanta lo8Viniii50azn SSftpmArLChattanooga 610pm i45am Ar Birmingham 1005pm lltfou 0ptsArNo through sleeping car Louisville to Mlr Blngham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 tree observation chaircar LouUvilla to LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington tt Louisville No sleeptng car nirnclngbam to Loulsvillq via LxIngton- AU rains between Louisville Lexington and Dtirjtin Gaily- 13tween Versailles nnd Georgetown No and ISdally anil OSdallyexcepl Sunday Between Versatile NloholdsvJle Rich mend and Irvine daly except Sunidnj- tDally except Sunday Other trains dally rSOANvnN3d VPAQM J M CtriPT Washington U C Washington no WATniiKCI WUHTAYIOKAI IA Washington D C LoulHvllIu ICj 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Bending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention la probably Comraumw t t HandbookonPatents patentlyPatentsPedal notice without charge In the Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Teams elf of journal t3 a nowsdeiilerjHUNH Branch Bt Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed DET- WrCNLouisville IL AND ChHcag O BEST LINE TO CALifOOPIt f AND THE i VAST NORTHWEST c i UNION STATION JjLOUISVILLE J DEARBORN STATION z rCHICAGO jy Dining and Parlor Cars r Palace Drawing Room Sleepers INJ SOUTB INOIS Jtl ty v Lexington I 2 00 835 fMidway 232 9 301 650 hrlstlsnsbnrg 340 63U InfliCtt 858 iua5l 611 1111rnte 415 1115 710 JIII1n 4681 1131 746 r Louisville 525 1205 810 1 OItTl1 No19 937I jNo10 1P 3fv 71114110Anchorage lugranite 547rEminence 340 8 62 i Cnrlstlanstrarg 9121 606- Frankfort 1435 950 642 raway 6 1025 r Lexington 540 1069 L N trains to Louisville way stations 550 a m audAflL N trains to Louisville and stations 937 a m L N trains to Louisville and t way stations 304 p m U O trains to Louisville 909 a m 0 O trains to Lonisvill6 813 p mL N trains to Lexington and way stations 060 a m r L N trains to Lexington and way stations 437 p in Louisville Frankfort Accommo dation arrives 642 p m C O trains east 1018 a m O O trains east 740 p m AV HITS AgentIcC t0 TIME TAILK SOUTH NORTH INo2J INo IPM Ar 1JlrankfortNo211A M Louisville 830 600 Sneloyvllle 928 700 irankfort 101P 7 Lexington 1115 B4C The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville EvansvilIeSt Louis And all Points West North west and Southwest Tho line tinning three double doily trains to Evansville without change with high bask con hes and parlor car The direct Una to St Lotia running two double dully with hlg1 back seat couches and Pullman Sleepers through without change Tickets on stun ut L N office this city For Information ns to rates route Hleeplng car bertha etc call on A V Hue agent L R R or ad drstiBBLBRYANTTPA L J IRWIN G P A LouUvillo Ky Burlington Route BEST TRAINS TO KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACrFiq COAST UTAH WASH INGTON OMAHA ST PAUL NEBRASKA BLACK HILLS VIA ST r LOUIS OR CHICAGO o Ve SleepersxDining Seats Free F M RUGG Trnv Passr Agt St Louise Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gon MgrSt LoulflMo L W WAKELEY Gen Louis M- o1l TMdnfSOICoo Begins Anywhere and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the qualityspoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful caret the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any i article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations e extra cent you pay for buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there la a list of articles With In which the List Is found theeachrackagepurchaser has bought of some article to be selected by or from the List subject only to the condition that the sig nature on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You Should this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY The Baltimore Belle Who tiMade the Most Brilliant Match of Any Girl in America is the title of an article in The Ladies Home Journal for January Housekeeping in a Millionaires Fu- milyTheLittle Women Play adapted from Miss Alcotts charming story for stagn presentation and illustrated by Reginald BI Birch and two pictorial pages A x byWLing by A B Frost are somA a others of the leading literary and artistic features with which the Journal begins the twentieth century The Forehandedness of Luoinda Smith by Josiah Allens Wife Elizabeth Stuart a Phelps The Successors of Mary the rirstHThe Story of a Young Jidn by Clifford Howardand another Blue River Bear Story by Charles Major aw also among the many excellent things pro January Journal p Two articles show plans and do- tails for A Country House of Moderate Cost and U A Southern Farmhouse to Cot 8000 Ed ward TBok write of The Two 1 Centuries and This Magazinethe Journal Thore is also a double page Through Picturesque Amer giving eleven views of the magnificent scenery of Washington and Oregon Practical articles show the fashions in womans wear find touch upon almost every subject for tim home By The Jf1rtis Publishing Co Phila delphia One dollar a year ten i cents a copy I this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every renewal u dose of it restores me It is unequalled as A quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by J W Gayle Druggist 1m Q4fein the growing between the plantation ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee A LIBERAL RESPONSE ISundny morning at the First Presbyterian Church the an nouncement was made of the result of a congregational meeting recently held The officers naked for 2000 to pay a debt for re pairs and the subscriptions made amounted to 2850 The congre gation was also npked for an in crease of 850 of the annual subscriptions to the current expenses of the church and the response was 000 increase in the annual subscriptions STARTED UP AGAIN I have bought the Home Steam Laundry corner Broadway and itjJanunryskilled laborers so my patrons Yourlpotrona REDUCED THE VALUATION Some time since the StateBoard of Valuation and Assessment fixed distilleryIper r UponIftn Tuesdnyjlast reduced the valuation to 8 per barrel It was fixed at 7 last year Such little pills as DeVitts Little Earlv Risers are very easily taken and they are wonderfully effective in cleansing the liver and bowels South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie ITwo cakes Buttermilk Soap for cents LangdouCreasey Co 15 17rlt IREAVY LOSSES For months there has not been an ipsue of our paper in which we were not called upon to chronicle the death of some loved honored and valued citizen Our heart is saddened when we look for thei wellknown forms on our streets vanIThe losses among ourbest citi zens in the last twelve months have been exceptionally heavy We could ill afford to lose them at any time and especially now when so many have lowered the high standard of upright livin and honest dealing which so thoroughly governed the lives of those lost centper iDEPOSIl BANK We give in this issue the semi annual statement of the Deposit Bank This bank is on a solid and substantial basis and declared its usual semiannual dividend three per cent e A Blackwell Okla editor de siring to report on the amount of old crops on hand wrote to a farmer and received the following reply We have two school inarms the hog colery about fifty bushels of taters and a d fool who married a cross oyod girl be cause she had a mule slid forty six acres and the same is me and no more Goodbye 1TlJ Frankfort Cincinnati Railwayy y THE MIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLEI- n effect October 5th 1899 II r u IHJNo AM Pas = = IDati Except Sunday i Loo 940 650 Lv1F ran kfortA At 11d0 7101 91f r f Stemtntowu r rzird0 952 702II ElKliarj 1107 845 ii195 401 710 tzer 1100 649 s22O3 7215 422 731 Johnson 1037 626 800s 2i 740 noorreetoY 1092 6aJ 900 433 750 S 617 7t0 = 448 807 Newtown 963 Centerfllle = J I466 aifi 945 555 ji R20 940 660 r 510 a90 ArParlsCiv 930 540rtf 1 connects with L d N DconnectswltbQo e4 connects wltb Ky Central i LJ Between Frankfort and Cincinnatis if rI L 940 tiro 710r j489 745 585 750 iI 61Qf720 1005 M r i KENTUCKYS GREATEST NEWSPAPER = E Department Everybody from the Child IA Lawyerfrom the Laborer to the toI 20 Pages Daily Biggest Paper in the RATES BY MAIL I I Year 300 IIOneMonths 200 iIfBIi Depot ONE to The Post has Washington Bureau which will cover the of Congress has full Associated complete and accurate Markets the News the Card for Sample THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE STATEMENT- Of the condition of the Deposit Bank FRANKFORT IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY- At the clqsi of Business DECEMBER 311900 ASSETS LoaMand Dlsc unta 210089 Overdrafts 07 B4710 09 and Bonds 27 Duo from Banks 83294 85 Furniture 00 Real Estato 1812 78 Revenue Stamps 06 85 80712848 LIABILITIES 00rOld Dividends 00 22F000InterestIndividual Deposits 282473 85 Tax 01JB 120712843 Net for six months ending Doc 14750 00 us follows 00FundSurplus 100000 jjWOO DAVID NICOL Tnnunry19J1Notary Commission Etplrea January Hi Incorporated May of the Condition of the Farmers Bank bF- Frankfort Kentucky At the close of business Dec RESOURCES S24Bankingstamps 00 42f 282 88 112432 LIABILITIES WJ2SurplusFundHUdlvided profits 11510 Fund to Pay Taxes 800000 Deposits 29C276C9 H12482 s Not earnings eight to of ns follows HurplusFund 4101504 tOPlY 800000 Undivided prqnts 11610 79 41115048 A W OVERtON Subscribed and sworn to Before by A ofJanuarylnn sslon aspires i k x ft Pass NoBt5Uxd P I f 1 OU cant do without It especially when it only costs you at the yvr V rate of CENT A DAYes THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POSTO pk The Great Department r Paper of the South n for f I ONLY One Month Months 125Ivenmz an admirably equIpped doings the cw Report AH All Drop a Postal Copy prI Stock earnlnM CASHIER 100 Statement months Dato 1015643 taxes Cashier mo January Three smck Moving Ont tHavepast and i r seen the number of buyersr II who arc carrying away with fiductsthe country Our line of Silks and Dress jIGOdSlS lOgoutrapldJi r Yyourour stock is still full ofchoice novelties in Broad Cloths Venetians Pebble Cloths Mohairs Cheviots PerolacCloths Etc If prices and quality are any jnducements We are sureto tlJIsell you Remember the Jpolicy of this store perfect y satisfaction g ur r an t eed to flftt every customerhYta i If goods are not as represented bring them back and I your money wilt be refunded r f trr a f- Bia I t