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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rE d tTHE FRANKFORT EOUNDABOUT h IlGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advante 1 j tctYOLAillVIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2 I9DI NO 2rC IQUITSMcClure at his own price McClure will sell it at his store for just about half price Itll be like finding money Kentucky never saw such a slashing sale No man is poor enough now to wear Shabby Clothes No sane man will let this chance slip by Every bit of the stock is new and freSlii j Not aScrap of Shoddyi Everybody knows that Hudson always sold the best only McClure dont want the clothes but J j J He Dce iVrit-r d Tne Cashrt j ii n 0 Sales begins Saturday morning at 8 oclock There are thousands of rattling bargains Here is just a taste 69c 324 647 For Fancy Shirts sold for 100 the world over Monarch and Wilson Bros 2350 Childrens Suits three to sixteen years Worth 500 among brothers For Suits and Overcoats Dirt cheap at 1000 For magnificent madetoorder overcoats you never bought for less than 3500 7N 1IlI RK MCCLURE SONjl 213214 St Clair St Frankfort Ky IiIfIMr W P Hudson and Wm ODonnell Will be with us during this sale t f 3j JfJi u 1 n f f PERSONALS Col GeoG Fetter PublioPrintcr 1 was in tho clay Tuesday IsltingherMrs W F Dandrldge of Winchester is a visitor in this city Hon E Tutt Burnout of Rich mond was a visitor hero this week Maj Caholl B Bullock of Lex- Ington was a visitor here this week Mrs W H Lewis of Woodlake visited Mrs J P Hobson tIi woek Hon John K Hendrick of Smith thsis Miss Ifniino Magill has gone to Bowling Green to attend Pottor Katie Helm of Ellxaboth town is visiting Mrs J P Hobson South Side JoJIxingtonin the courts Miss Mollie F Berry in an is visiting her brother Mr John W Bor roman in Versailles Mrs Mattie Cox of Carrollton is visiting her sister Mrs John Corn 418 Main street Judge Rodney Haggard of Win chester wits In the city Saturday on business in the courts Mrs T H Shelby of Lexington is the guest of Mrs J Buford Hen Brick at the Terraces Dr R P Buckmnster was called PCfes5tounlMrs J L McCoy of Lexington vvas the guest of Judge Eel C ORenr and wife this week Mr Sylvester Labrot of fatheMr brieae atives here this week Mr Abe Bachman of Cincinnati was hero on Monday shaking hinds with his many friends ExChief Justice Jos H Lewis of Scott county was a visitor in this city this Maj T Alex Grant returned from LouisMoMisses Jennie Craik Jennie an guestsfriends ofStJ M VanDorvcer Second street StephenWillisweek stirring up the revenue boy Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday with his brothorin law Mr M T Lyle in Lexington Mrs Ira S Shy has gone to COY ington to join her husband who will make that his homeJe 1 living in this city for the past three ryears has gone to Georgetown to resideCapt Fred L Gordon wont to Fulton on Wednesday afternoon to wustpr in a company of State GuardsMr P Hanley went to Louis ville on Wednesday on business forth i Kentucky Distilleries and Waie ho ise Co Hon D J Bethurum of Mt Vernon Representative from Lau t rel and Rockcastlo counties was here Wednesday Mr Joel S Head and wife Morehead have returned to th city to reside with their daughter Mrs Win Combs Dr Robert M Buckmaster wife of Lexington were guests th Ir son Dr R P Buckmaster on Sunday laughterMr has of gone to Boston Mass to attend the Conservatory of Music Misses Bessie Clark and MI Anna of Louisville we guests of Mrs Chas W Saff ell Sec ond street on Sunday Mr Chits H Sanford of New- Castle and Messrs J C Helbnrn and G A Holland of Eminence were hero Wednesday night Mrs Floriuo Rodman left for Louisville Thursday called there the of her bro erinlaw Hon Albert A Stoll s familyShelbyville is city to reside and rented D McHenrys house on Ann street Mrs Stella Price who has been hero for several weeks was called to Memphis on Monday by the or mother Mrs Ia GoberMr F Carl Giltner and sis Miss Leigh Gordon Giltner of inence were guests of Mrs Geo streetn on daughtervisiting relatives here returned their home at Crescent Hill Monday morning Mr Geo F Berrys handsome Trew residence on the hill overlook t1 ing the city is about completed and lie expects to move into it in the next en days or two weeks Mrs Ran Hardin Helm of Elis guostirhas gone to Cincinnation a visit Col W B Jenkins of CincinnatiCordage Co was in thecity on Thursday and made his alwaysglnd FrankfortresidenceIs of y and Fourth Avenue South Sid tohomeJCoping REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the revenue as signments in this division of the 7th ntornal Revenue District as made by Collector Roberts for the month of FobrunryIto Kentucky River Distillery No2 Jno J Kearns to Kentucky R1v Distillery No2 warehouse KentuckyRherR A Daniel to Kentucky River OjJnoDistillery No2 night F G Sparks to W A Gaines Co No4 a Isaac T West to W A Gaines CHenryCo No 4 warehouse J M Withrow to W A Guinea bottlingtS J Green laugh No9 Davenport to S J Green 1bilunn No n warehouse P G Powell to S J Grcenbaum No n warehouse Geo WMcConnell to S J Green baum No9 meal room Thos J Craig to S J Green t haunt No9 night Geo P McCann to J T No 32 CoehrtdofA W Nazor to Jno Cochran warehouseof LabrotsNo 52 LabrotDroomFS S Gra ham No 52 bottling Jas P Rogers to E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 C H Morgan to E H Taylqr Jr Sons No 58 warehouse TaylorJrS A Powell to E H Taylor jr Sons No 58 meal room David Harp to E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 night Win W Cherry to J J11i Saf fell No 81 Jas E Han rahan to J J M Saffell No 91 meal room J W Robinson to J N Blake more No 0- 6PRule v to J N Blakemore No 95 meal room L M GafHn to Hayes Trundlet No 105 GainesisJas T Brock to W A Gaines Co No 100 warehouse GainesrfAnderson to W A Gain Co No 100 menlroolnIJas H Smoot to W A Gaines Co No 100 night B S Drake to W A Gaines Iottitngre E H Tay lor jr Co No 118 rrnylo1JrH S Sinclair to E H 1ityl jr Co No 118 meal room S P Willis to E H Taylor jr Co Nb 118 tinGaugers Barbeef14Treo G Berry to J J M fell No 91 Jno Cochran Co No Eugene Craig to Labrot Gr hun No 52 nisig B CJay to S J Greenbtt No9 entries TaylorJTrundle No 105 Wm T Crosthwait to Ky River Dist No2 withdrawal E H witheranstirour to W A Gaines Co No 4 J P Williams rectifier H F Given to W A Gaines Co No 100 withdrawals E iIiiiii Ii ii iI i DiessGoofls- S fl Large Mock to I Select From I e I e findt02 if you looked over our line We certainly have t 2all that is best in e o Material for i I Dresses t It would repay you to s examine our goods before I seller buying elsewhere We eJ 0 38 inch all wool serge I for 5Oc per yard 38 inch all wool chev i iot foil 60c per yard 2 38 inch all wool home t spun for 5Oc per yardi38 inch all wool none t ie than for 60 c per yard i2 52 inch broad cloth f- orn12 per yard s f 48 inch extrafine vene tiuii for S15O per ydci 52 inch black pebble i t e ee cloth for 125 per yd e s i KBEIINin iaBID e St Clair at the Bridge L41 i i i i withdrawnlsJno W Jewott to E H Taylor jr Co No 118 entries Letoher Lusby to Ky River Dist No 2 entries P P Parrish to S J No9 withdrawals S D Pinkerton to W A Gaines Co No 106 entries Wm M Saffell to J N Blake more No 96 John Stephanski to S J Green baum No9 entries StorekeeperGangers L L Lemaster to Laval Mayso No 11 Z T Elkin to WJ Frazier No 50 Jno D Nash to Glen Spring Dir tillery Co No 57 LOOK OUT FOR HIM dayfeupKspring Prof G Hog the weather observer who never falls will come out promptly at 12 m and take his observations If they should be favorable all will be well Other wise lookout for squalls We greet you Professor orTHE J E14I FLOUR Time following speaks for Itself Asheville N C January 16th 1901 J E M Milling Co Frankfort afDoor SirsI will most cheerfully testimonial to as to the merits of your flour I will state that I have had the best re suits from it as a pastry flour I have over used You can estimate tellyouurn I classes Very truly Signed MISS MATTIE HARRIS BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Has worldwide fame for marvel cures It surpasses any other lotion or balm for outs corns burns boils sores felons ulcers tetter salt rheum fever eruptions WH Go to r ISTAGG BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware r cr iPainIs Oils Glass Lime Cement tCutters Loaded Shells Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove lPipe Lanterns Matches Family i Scales Buckets Iron Roofing fH Barbed Wire Etcy I i Stagg A N D 1 Ellendale Corn it If College t iNar l ng tt Bookkeeping Typewriting 2 Hand Office Practice J1ft The college is located in one of the most 2 5DnV1CSS county remote from all ftown Not one of our good position Ontalo JJopens September ii1t J E Gardinere e jfj July 216m t zI ITHE BaconDr Electric = Lighted fbit For St Paul Jf A Leaves Chicago 630 Daylight Train eaves Night Express il Duluth and St Paul 0 nAllAgents Sell r CHIC 0 i The Short Line and St Address W B Kniskern YouShouldUse MILESJEM FLOUR FIRSTBecause it isi the best FLOUR info the market i811theand home labor is employed in its production The J E M Millin Go J N MILES Sec Putnnm Fadeless Dye Brown i the fastest known dye stuff to light paokagedyesago producing a brown on paWp t tIf f to moor J f t1Iin prime condition Price 2J cents per packageS-For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co r THROUGH SLEEPING CAR R SERVICE LOUISVILLE TOrJACKSONVILLE fVia Southern Railway Leave leaveLexington arriveAtlantasonville 880 a in as good schedule returning Also ki train leaving 745 p m t has through connections and t sleeping car service arriving Jack sonville 10 p m next evening Southern Railway connection RouteisandJacksonvllleSuperior connections at Jackson FloridaWintersale to principal resorts of Florida and States also to RicotIInformation 280 Fourth Avenue PassengerAgentW A TURK Gen Pass Agent OWM As r DB1t7et nIw Ar r j CLEARANCE SALE OF CLOAS SUITS AND SKIRTS e 500 Jackets now 250 600 Jackets now 300 4 750 Jackets now 3 98 1 1000 Jackets now 598 i 2 oo Jackets now 698 1600 Jackets now 898 2006 Jackets now 1200 2500 Jackets now = 1600 FAY STOCKINGS stayTrygarters no supporters needed S D dOENSON 00Bl11VLain EtTO LECTURE IlILq Miss May TevlB of Louisville will lecture before the Womans Club on Monday February 11th at 8 p m Club members free the general public at the small price of 25 cents The subject Is Folklore All who had the pleasure of hearing Miss Tevis last year will be glad to have another opportunity olj listen Ing to one of her delightful talks Persons who can not take ordinary pills find it a pleasure to tako DeWitts Little Early Risers They are the best little liver pills over made South Longmoor land W 1i McKee Hardie MATRIMONIAL LYNCH V A TE RSAnnounce meat is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Richard J Lynch the handsome young mon ument builder and Miss Marcella Waters oldest daughter of Mr John T Waters The happy TuesdayFebruurv the Good Shepherd Miss Waters r ls a petite pretty and popular girlACOMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout- As the time is fast approaching when the friends of civil liberty will be called upon to choose their candidates for city of loorli I beg space in your paper to urge upon them to bhoose only the best most enterprising and progressive men In order that the ticket may bo strong it needs a firstclass man to- head it as the candidate for Mayor While there are no doubt other i ties a sacli Race To a sick man Hes hobbled hamper EverylittleHe cant get Everybody strugglefor sickness originates in a easedcondition of the stomach and most sickness does theres a cure for it Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is not a cure all but a medi cine specially tie sinnedto cure the stomach and or gans of digestion and nutrition It cures many forms of disease because forms of originatein dition of the stoui rich and digestive and nutritive system I write to tell you of the benefit I have received from use of Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery writes Mr G B Bird of Byrniide Putnam County West Va It me a very case of indigestion associated with liver DZI began the use of Golden Medical verylittleate bowels constipated and life was a misery to me I wrote to Dr giving the symp toms and asked for advice You me to try the Golden Medical Discovery be- n use of it and alter taking four bottles- felt so well that went to work but soon got worse to again began the use of it and used it about eight weeks longer when was per manently I look in all about twelve the Discovery and some of Dr Pierces pleasant Pellets in connection with the Discovery Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets keep the bowels in healthy actiony rr x 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1800 Suits now 109 2000 Suits now 1298 2500 Suits now 1698 3000 Suits now 1898 4600 Suits now 2500 5000 Suits now 3298 Underwear at greatly reduced prices good men and true there are a large number of our people who believe that Capt B C Milan Is the man for the horu find tho place He possesses the highest qualifica tions Ho is honest intelligent courageous and has had long ex perlece In city affairs I know very well that he hats no desire to make the rate and has discountenanced all efforts to make him the nominee Yet I believe that no good citizen has the right to refuse to serve the people and that if nomi nat id Capt Milam will yield his preferences In obedience to the de sire of the people With Capt Milam to lead there can be no doubt of the result CITIZEN Thero is always danger in using counterfeits of DeWitts Hazel Salve The original is a safe and certain cure for piles It is a soothing and healing salvo for sores and all skin diseases South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is a list of letters remaining unclaimed at the Frank fort postolllco for the week ending February Armstad H W Bady John Baker Eliza Brandon Whit Broderick W J Brown HHBuford C H Dais John- Donaldson Lithograph Co Fox Willia Hailton C W RileyHulett Inray TnnS Irvin B B James H E Johnson T A Ky Horse Jockey Koniiogon Kuehl W Lath Louis Laurey Lizzie Leo Leith Jos Long J B March J H Meyer Ernest x Mitchell Jus1Mitchell Mrs N A Mizer Mrs Minnie Moite E Faurto Muokles Wm Purcell J D Riddle Jas- Robinson Mrs W B Somonis W F Sheets D F Sails Miss Louiso Stuckor Jas Taylor F P Fur Co Tracy Darsoy Tucker Mrs Marto Bell Urban ski Co GeorgeWarner 1 Wheeler A F Wiehl J H Son Zerszer Louis When calling for these letters say advertised S B HOLMES P M Ensley HeraldAge MISS ERMA WILL MINOR AND CHARLES T THOMASON MARRIED Ensley January 22At U80 this evening at the Baptist Church Miss Erma Will Minor and Mr Charles Talyor Thomason wore married by Dr B D Gray pastor of the Firs Baptist Church of Birmingham assisted by Rev J I Willis of tho local Baptist Church The church was artistically decorated with green palms land climax with two largo clusters of whito Easter lilies hanging directly in front of the altar The music was rendered by Mrs Modie Cunningham of Ensley The bride entered the church the arm of her father to the strains of Mendel ohns March and was met at the altar by the groom and his best man Mr Jack Nance where she was given away Little Ruth McCluon and Joe Minor car ried the flowers and ring entering just ahead of the bride and groom The bride wore a white silk mull elegantly veiled Miss Anna May Ward of East Lake was maid of honor and was beautifully attired in blue satin The bridesmaid was Miss Omit D Minor sister to the bride and was also handsomely gowned in blue satin The ushers were Messrs Robert Gregory George Brown John Yeat man and Terry Thompson of Birmingham After the ceremony the bridal party marched out while Mrs Cunningham played Lohen grins march Thu bride and groom left for Birmigham where they take the midnight train for Louisville Ky to spend a part of their honey moon Reports show a greatly increased death rate from and lung troubles due to tho prevalence of croup pneumonia and grippe We advise the use of One Minute Cough Cure in nIl of these diflicultlos It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Children like it South Longmoor and W McKoo Hardie DEATH OF MR GEO W WARD The news has been received hereof the death of Mr Geo W Ward a former resident of this city ut His home In Clinton Penn Mr Ward had lived hero for many years and until some ten years ago when ho moved to Pennsylvania BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 9 a m from St Louis for Kansas City and entire North west to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Nob from Chicago and PeorIawrhe BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains daily from St Louis or Chicago For St Paul Minneapolis anti Northwest several dally from Chicago and St Louis Tile Finest Trains in the World Chi cago to St Paul and Minneapolis To Omaha Kansas City St Jos eph two trains daily from St ChicagoCalifornia In through tourist sleepers personally con ducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday evening nlso from Chicago every Monday evening the route is via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City equippedtrainsWrite for matter descriptive of throughtheW M SHAW D P A 400 Vine St- Cincinnati O LW WAKELEY Gen AgentStLeuis HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager tfStLouis Mo J THANKS Time ladles of Ascension Church Guild desire us to return their sincere thanks to every one who assisted in any way to make the entertainment given by thorn 6n Tuesday night a success But for the cordial anti active assistance of- each and fall they could not have achieved their object 275 Skirt now 198 1 498 Skirt now 398 z 600 Skirt now 3 91 j 800 Skirt now 498 t rtf 900 Skirt now 5 98j1000 Skirt now 675 1200 Skirt now 798 1500 Skirt now 898 Dress Goods One lot Black and Color ed Woolen Dress Goods at just half the origi nal price 4 I I I I Pleasant to take un J Laxative Syrup1S NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LJSw LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege Itable Compound and if used in ConstipatiQn will bring a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf y l CLOSING OUT f SALE AD7Hi let us supply your wants inAnd Tin Ghina Glassware r Toys c1 Fromrfan entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of J BEST QUALITY 339 Ann Street Next Door to Gaylei Drug Store i vH Inp FrafiKiortO gab0 t1 Entered at the postofilco nt Frankfort Ken tuoky aa sccondclnss mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 2 1901 HITS AGAIN On Sunday night last Rev MI B Adams pastor of the First Baptist Clmroh preached the fourth in his series of sermons on f the Perils of the City Its title was The Peril of Sensuality It vap a masterly exposition of tfie solemn truths that he under took to state He was especially plain and pointed in his when ho laid hare tho IUllgUngeI the drift towards the cities Ho gave as same of the causes impure conversation and literature the immodest dressing of the theatre and the ballroom the trenching on the dividing line between virtue and sensuality in so many of the plays staged at present He affirmed that just so sure as the man gave way to all forms of sensuality that surely was the drift that eventually fpllowed upon the part of the women although not in so great deg- reecHo warned and U alllfilthyand to live in the full glare of the 20thcentury for heaven rnd eternal joys as against evil and eternal loath Notwithstanding the inclement weather there was a large audi once out to hear this earnest and honest man testify of the realities of life nod of death- 1NETHERTON FUNERAL t There was a large crowd out to attend the funeral of i Chas Netherton 89th U PlivtiteI Infantry which took place on Sunday aft ern Jon ac 2 oclock TZ Pity and BeautyThe most beautiful thing ini the world is the babyall t dimples and joy The most pitiful thing is that same bat thin and in pain And the 7mother does not know that a s fferIIcnceDimples and joy have gone and left hollows and Jear the fat that was comfort and color and curveall but pity k and loveis goneIThe little one gets no fat from her food There is some thing wrong itis either her food or foodmill She has hadno i fat for weeks is living on what she had stored in that plump little body of hers and that isI gone She is starving for fat s it is death be quickIScotts Emulsion of Cod r Liver Oil is the fat she can- take it will save her pictureonitIf you have tried it send for ree sample Its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 909 Pearl St N Y 5Oc ar d1ioo all ctruffgistfsV j from the famriesid nc on the West Side Rot J R Savage of tho Methodist Churoh con ducted the religious exercise The remains were then taken in charge by the Junior Order of American Mechanics of which the deceased was n momber es corted by Cant Gordons Company National Guards and the veterans of the Federal wad ion federate Armies and taken to the serIcrowd notwithstanding the ter rible weather and searching wind Like bad dollars all counterfeits pf DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve are worthless The original quickly cures piles sores and all skin din eases South Longmoor and W McKeo Hardie IJAIL EMPTY Our Brother Bell of the George Janwaryannouncement that the emptyIsaw you go away from home to learn the news From the smiling faces of our good friends Martin Lawrence and Jay Robinson we had judged that their boarding house was doing a thriving business So believing we were rather startled at Brother Bells statement and at onco concluded that there had been a big jail delivery if the statement was correct Accordingly we interviewed jolly Jay and he jess laffedand remarked not by a darned sight a Millions of people are familIarl with DeWitts Little Early Risers and those who use them find them pillsNeyerand W McKee Hardie AFTER MANY YEARS Mr Richard L Jett and grandson of Owensboro were guests of relatives in his city and county this week This is the firstvisit Mr Jett has made to his old home county since 1854 When last here he was introduced to the then Gov L W Powell by the grandfather of Mr Win Orom well What mighty events have happened in the interim r TO STOP A GOLD After exposure or when you feel a cold coining on take a dose of Foleys Honey Tar It never fails to stop a if taken in time Take nothing else South d Long moor and W McKee Hardie WON THE J1RAPI At the drawing for the horse Onptj drewIIW L Yancy Paducah Ky writes I had a very severe case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians in Southern Ken tucky treated me without succsss KidneyCurodiate relief und three bottles cured me permanently Madly reoom- iilenc South Longmoor and W McKoe Hardie DODGED THE CHILDREN IMr A D Martin is the owner theIbnvIingpony About a week ag his ponyship disappeared and could1 not be found though diligent search was made and all the roads leading to the country were scoured Things retrained in that state for four or five lays On MnrJtins children wont to the stable and was astonished tu hear the pony neighing oVer his head iy Upon investigating he found the animal had gone up the steps1 to the loft and had been there all the time ho was being searched for and had eaten n big quantity of hay and outs Belts and ropes hud to be brought in requisition in order to lower him to the stable below QueryDid the pony go up there to avoid being ridden by the children A MISUNDERSTAt DING Misunderstood symptoms of dis eases lead to treat some thing else when the kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring you health when other medicines have failed Take no nndWNEW PRESIDENT GEORGE TOWN COLLEGE IAt a meeting fthe trustees of TuesdnydastBirmingham Alabama was elected President of the College to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of that grand man and splendid preacher Rev A C Davidson D D Prof Arthur Yeager has been acting as presi dent of the faculty for two years Dr Gray is said to be a splendid man He is pastor of the First Baptist Church of Birmingham FREQUENT COUGHING HonfYnndcoughmedicines theykeepLongmoorUNDER THE MISTLETOE BOUGH One of the largest and most fashionable audiences of tho season greeted the production of the entertainment given by the Ladies Guild of Ascension Church styled Under the Mistletoe Bough and A Kiss in the Dark It was well rendered in every way and barring the inevitable waits between scenes of all ama teur performances was one of the best orthe season Those having charge of the affair deserve great credit for its successful outcome We are glad to know that it was a pronounced financial success FoleysHoney saysChasPu Nothing olse as good South Longmoor and W MoKeo Hardie TO RESUME WORK It is given out authoritively that tho Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company have ordered forty out of their fiftyfive distilleries o be put in operation at once It is also understood that the remaining 16 houses will soon be put to work BITES AND CHIL BLAINS Quickly cured by Banner Salvo tho most healing remedy in tho world South Longmoor and W McKoo Hardie HANDSOME STORE One of the handsomest stores in the oity is that of Mr W S Farmer the old stand of J L Rodman Son corner Main and Lewis streets He has had a very handsome front put in and it is altogether one of tho best stands in the city He has also opened up n large and complete stock of tho latest styles and novelties in dry goods notions carpets mattings etc He is a thoroughly uptodate merchant and will doubtless do a big busi ness BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Has worldwide fume for marvel ous cures It surpasses any other salvo lotion ointment or hahn for outs corns burns boils sores fel ons ulcers totter salt rheum fever eruptionsWGnyleR s 9tai- icrer cork EQUALTO thTAyLoR WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND Of Al IS TIlEANDKiCE AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COW OF THE REALM OLDTAYLORIS FORIUUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR t SONS DISTILLERS INCORPORATED FRANKFORT KY LHIINGTOURRWING ca BREWERS OF PINE BEERSI Wbinb in Quality and ANY BEERMADE THE LAND GALL PltO11DUCl KentuckyIndustry D o ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Sept 21yFFOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesFlour Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TOW J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholes die and Retail Royal Flouring liIillsM- ANUFACTURERS Four Meal ShlpstufF corn Oats and Hay 523 an 525 Main Phone 84 251T M REDUCED RATES On account of the ing of the New York Association the MorchuntsI Ohio Railway will sell tickets from Lexington onethird fare on tho certificate j plan good going February 18th to the 17th inclusive and March 1st to the 4th inclusive and good to return thirty days from date of sale Tickets will be good to stopover at Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia If you have not yet registered with the Secretary of the New York Association bet2t ter do so at once The 0 Route is the only line from Lexi ingtn and Central Kentucky with and c- artservicefully given or sleeper space retserved on receipt of advice GEOWBARNEYtDiv Pass Agen- tLexington Ky Dr Wallace has opened a Private Hospital at Frankfort for the treatment of Ohronict Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations such treatment as they have not the time or facilities for giving eau send them to this institution For terms Wallace Frankfort fDrad 19 itii 0 SEE Iris t = l IOW 1 f Digests what you eat It artificially digests the toad aids in strengthening aud recon If the exhausted digestive or It Is the latest discovered ant and tonic No other preparation- can approach it in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaOrampsand I other results of imperfect ttmes smallsieBookahaboutdyspepslama elites Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO SOUTH IONGMOOII w McKEE HARDIE 18 nO Limitations upon Residence Travel And Oc pation PayableiHGold PaldLlp Insurance Values M 1J iTr KodolkDyspepsia and digest Cbtcago Important 1 rtaturtIOF- UMion mutual Policies OF LIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY from date of issue Grace in- PrttniUM Payments k gasft UalNtt 11Loan Ua1Nes i Extension of Insurance by terms of the mint non orUltwre taw Every one of these privileges is definite and clear haw and W plainlytoldexist as to ores for mrsunden I standing but everything is explicitly set forth in unequivocal fge UALPolielesPay Premiums the MAINE NON FORFmTURE LAW contlnuIngF O BUDDIE andJo1fersonJOHN B AgentFrankfort Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and right but you want some that will relieve and cure the severe and dangerous results of and lung troubles What shell you do Go to n warmer and more regular climate Yes If possible H not possible for you then in either hasbeenlntroducec1 succesginseverothrotandlank Syrup It not Only heals and stim JermdlsE alJomlRecomIm i r STAMPING GROUND v Mrs Jennie Bond of New Lib I qty wns tho guest of Mr Adams and family this week rvVVlMr Oldhnm has moved bytitfpr Owenton pike tviYates Miles Bros sold 22000 tx pounds of tobacco to Mr J M f Hpnnker nt 7J cents round to bo delivered iu winter order j i Mr 0 D Bourne bought oft Mr B Stone November 6th his l fr Drop of tobacco at 8 cents round r paying for it in 1000 pound cattle r at 7 touts Mr Bourne sold the f j tobacco at Louisville at such a at as to realize 0 cents for his z cattlea pretty good trade jtf The sad news has bean received = mere that Mr J Harvey Whitton ann of Mr John A Whitton hada i beon shot and badly woundedat p JVusihviile Ind The young man a former resident of this o9 At the time he was j bve hndstarted to return hometl r from a visit to a young lady Death is again doing its deadly work among the officers of tho of Baptist Church Mr A U Brook of iug who had been a deacon for 26 r years died of acute bronohitis on of M r of last week He was a t goodman and useful citizen He T lead lived hia whole Jife in this immediate vicinity The funeral 4 was largely attended on Saturday morning the services being con 1 ducted by Rev T Varn Beagle as n his pastor assisted by Rev T J Is 7y Stevenson of Georgetown The- burial was made in the local comeI- airy Mr R S of this placeE ill County Superintendent of Schools d4 cHe is a clever man and well quail fled for tho place Mrs Cassie Hambriok wife of Mr Willard Hambrick is seri iously ill and grave fears are entertained as to the result r Mr R S Sprake has been con xfined to bed with a Jironchial trouble He is not seriously howeverThe nng of the Bap List Church gave nnentertninmentI I last night for rtt church It was an enjoyable affair and was held in the Town HnllIAt the regular church meeting held bv the Baptist Church on last Saturday Rev T Warn Beagle the beloved postor of the church was given an indefinite t dill which he accepted We are glad to know that the rumor that Brother Beagle was to leave us is It t incorrect T YAOOB i4 PNEUMONIA CAN BE PRE M VENTED y This disease always results from t a cold or an attack of the grip and IIj ease hits been reported that did not recover or that resulted in pnoumo inia which shows It to be a of that cortalnIcaso Chamberlains Cough 2dy has gained u world tatlon for its cures of colds and t i r 2grlp For sale by J W GuyleI FOR SALE V I otter for sale that desirable lot t ou St Clair street between Clinton L and Mero formerly the property of Uonry Samuel deceased lot feet to BOPMANr Vukiig Willow Furniture and f f Wicker Ckiiri Stoker chain MM brae ailed bet they Mt tlMM4 te look like MV with Gold Dist Wttling Powders I vtra wutf UN t MfubblBi brush wetsr1bs hi lust eetbdjettrbtfollow drySMte1retlw4 but must bo wliwd dry quickly Tlbn b y u oar tr botlt rtoUuwoex1111lM THe Ib OMIPANY fhtsy II Nw Yt rnto- et Afr1ruhuu J on Everything points to a great treat the Capital Theatre Monday February 4th in The Royal Box which is being presented by that capable artist Mr Andrew Robson The late Charles Coghlan left a leg to the stage that can not be at too high a value It is one of the most noble scholarly and interesting dramas that tho age has known It may be said to have no contem- porary1plays inasmuch as it got beyond the reach of the average dramatist of the present day First all it came from the master hand Dumas and then with the perfect English scholar Coghlan made it a play that will last while the stage is known The company which is to present- it number a lot of people who haze made a place for themselves by hard work and those who have seen the performance declare that as far human ingenuity is concerned it perfect When you want a physic that is mild andgentle easy to and ileasant In effect use Chamber Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Samples free box guaranteed For sale by W Gayle the druggist will refund your money if you are not- satisfIed after using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They sure disorders of the stomach biliousness constipation and headache Samples free FORKS OF ELKHORN Mis Sallie Suter has returned home after a weeks visit with friends at Swallowfleld Miss Annie Redd of Frankfort spent Sunday with Miss Sarah EplerMiss Mayme Gallahue who has been quite ill is convalescing slowly Mr Porter of Georgetown vis his daughter Mrs Ed Jouott this week Mrs Rebecca Petty was the guest of Miss Dora Gaines part of this week Elizabeth Adkins and IMiss Herndon visited in George and Tuesday last Misses Bettie and Annie Belle Suter spent part of last week in our villageMr Lucas made a business trip to Georgetown last week Miss Alice French who has been visiting in Louisville will return home the first of the week Rev Paul Jones of Persia now a student at Georgetown College will give a lecture at Buck Run Chinch tonight Admission 15 cents All should attend as will be quite beneficial besides its for a good causetoKID IA FIREMANS CLOSE CALL IIstuok to my engine although ached and every nerve with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people al ways gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by J sW Gayle Price 50 cents frr M I Honseworkis hard wonnvithout Go1d asf LOUISVILLE PIKE Miss Susie Read visited friends near Bngdnd this week Mrs Will Snrgenfc returned from a visit to Louisville Rev T N Arnold services at Bridgeport conductedI day morning and preaches every second and fourth Sunday here Mrs Maggie Nazor nee Mer chant of Frankfort spent Thurs day with relatives in this com munity The social at Mr Jim Morris last Tuesday night was a success enjoyed we suppose by all pres eat Miss Ola Hawkins who has been sick so long is still confined to her bed It is thought she ie improving perhaps a little We hope to soon be qble to Bee her out again Miss Jennie W e t f e d t of North Carolina is visit ing her sister Mrs L P Tarlton Mrs R C Crockett left Monday afternoon for Murfreesboro Tenn called there by the serious illness of her only sister Miss Juliette Pirtle of Louis ville is the guest of Miss Mar garet Taylor There was a dance at Mr Ben Tracys on Thursday night of last weekMr Tom Caldwell visited friends near Bagdad last week Annie Lee Holder was llliSS of Mrs Hamilton near this Mr Jim weekIfolks have day night of his week They re ported a fine time Mrs L P Tarlton entertained friends on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sister Miss Jennie WestfeldtMiss Hawkins received a box of cut flowers from a friend in Alabama one day last week and was very much surprised to find that it also contained some ripe strawberries What do you think of that Strawberries in the middle of January It cer tainly makes a fellows mouth water to think about them this time of year Mr Ben L Utterback will be married this month OLD BATCHELOR HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE I was Just about gone write Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs N C I had consump tion so bad that the best doctors said I could not live more than month but I began to use Dr New Discovery and wai wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its ar urrivaled lifesaver in consumption pneumonia la grippe and bron chitisi for coughs colds asthma hay fever croup or whoop ing cough Guaranteed bottles 60 cents and Trial bottles free ai J W Gayles drug store RESIGNEDAPPOINTED I Miss Mamie Magill has re signed her position with the Frankfort Telephone Co aid will take a business course at Potter College Bowling Green Miss Mattie M McClure has been appointed to succeed Miss Magill WORKING OVERTIME Eight hour laws lire ignored by those tireless little workersDr Sings Now Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing indigestion biliousness constipation sick headache and all stomach liver and bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25 cents at J W Gayles- ILLUSTBATED EDITION Our friends and Buckley of the Anderson News arc arranging to issue an illustrated edition of their well edited paper Wo hope they may make a financial success of the venture which however is not always the case as the people of some of bur towns are willing to get the advantage of the advertising without helping in the causeFatal delays are caused by exper cough and sold cures Foleys Honey and Tar will pre vent a cold from resulting in pneu monia South Longmoor and W MoKeo Ha- rdiejjjjjjjjjjjjj SATE nr GAYLE 00 GUY BARRETT IFonKENNEDY McKEE HARDIE G H BALENDER p PLYMOUTH AND PITTSBURG COAL I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushnls of freshly minor Plymouth Lump anti Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is larger and clean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Company W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 t m Lr M iLf WW1 i i Irt J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL W SAFFELLS4nw Staple and 1 Fancy Groceries W R e SS China and Glassware t Fine Wines andafcWhiskies M- ji i We ask our city andcountry friends to call at 212 Ann Street and inspect o rgoodsI 1 l r- JMSaffellSon s i tf1otat t J tJ I 1t IIIE BEST ROOERIES AND LIQUORS T LOWEST PRICES iiJOffTBRISCOLLSFrankfort t THE MIDLAND ROUTE J LOCAL TIME TABLE n effect October 6th 1899 H IPH AM AM PM AM No K No8 No1 Dally Except Sunday No 2 No No6 MlxM Pass Pass Pass Pass Mlxd 100 340 650 LvFrankfortA Ar 1120 710 916XI r Stedmuntown r r r 120 362 702 Elkhorn 1107 656 a65 135 400 710 1100 649 a40 155 410 720 Starrpinguround 1050 689 a22 205 416 726 Duvall 1043 682 810 215 422 731 Johnson 1037 626 ace 230 428 740II Georgetown 1032 a20 761 438 750a S Depot n 1028 617 D53 = 448 807 Newtown a03 =466 ai6 CentervUloIt 945 665 500 820h Elizabeth 940 660 010 830 ArParls CIiV 930 540 j A connects with L A NIn connects WIth connects with Ky Central I Between Frankfort and Cincinnati PM PM AM AM PM 100 940 650 1120 710 L 100 488 745 trGeorgetownLv 617 908 5B5 760 Georgetown ia27 t60 f1 720 ia05 ar ClnclnnatiLv aso 400 f ili a f NN +N- I9OItItltt I I I I I I I I I I I II RELIGIOUS LIASCENSION E PIS COP A CHURCH Bev K L McCready rectorMorning prayer ut 9 a in Holy Communion and sermon 11 ft m Evening prayer and sermon at 780 p tn- Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 945 a m f Wednesday evening prayer and Bible Lesson at 780 oclock On Sunday February 10 the Rev Jno K Mason D D rector of St b Andrews Church Louisville will preach at both services To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m Special music at evening service The pastor Is preaching a series of Sunday night sermons on The Perils of the City The fifth of these will be preached Sunday night at 780 and has for its subject liThe Perils of Business Life r Sundayschool in the chapel at 845 a m Special classes for voting men Young Peoples Society will meets at 680 p m in chapel Seats free and all are cordially in 4 vltedCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev ieo Darsie the pastor will preach t 11 n in nnd 780 p m Christian Endeavor Society will meet in at Manse Powell Christian Endeavor BayPrayermeetinsr Wednesday night at 780 Topic The Upward Look1 Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday ac 380 in the chapel The pastor is preaching a series of Sunday night sermons entitled fi Twentieth Century Lessons from the Life of Joseph The 5th of lie fieri os will be given tomorrow night and will have for its theme Josephs Sudden Exaltation The public will be cordially wel comed to all those services und especially strangers in the city p CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual sdrvicos tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m F I RS T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J UcClusk Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a n und 780 p m Sundhysohool at 945 a m Young peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in Sunclay school room at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even nz at 780 The pulblc cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev oJ R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m und 780 n m Epworth League moots at 045 p m nighteSundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m an- dtTheevening service will bo held at 780 hereafter Sundayschool at 9bO a m young Peoples Society of Chris- tIan Endeavor meets at 045 pm- To all theso meetings the public la cordially invited HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE A cottage of six rooms with gas anti water on premises located at 581 Campbell street Also nice gas stove hat rack sideboard couch and other household articles Ap ply 21 toIr 9itr Y M C A NEWS FOR THE WEEK The statistical report for the quarter ending February 1st shows largo gains along all lines of effort nalFundmade marked progress The total visits to the room during these three months was over 8000 or nearly 100 young men daily The Monday evening entertain ments are proving quite popular and causiig much comment The musical will be held in the gym nasltUll next Monday night in or elm to accommodatetho crowd The program arranged is even better than on last Monday All are In vited free- Under the direction of Mr R E Linen the physical work is boom ing Regular classes are conducted three evenings aaweek and they are growing fast Visitors are welcome to witness class work Drop in Tuesday and Thursday evenings If more men know about the ex cellent bath department of the Frankfort Y M C A more would avail themselves of the privileges of membership Plans are started to organize a moot court This will be not only an amusing feature but an Instructive one If you are interested speak out Let no one forget the corning liquid air experiments to be made at the Capital Theatre on Tuesday February 18th This will be an elaborate exhibition of the powers and wonders of the coming science The mens gospel meeting to morrow afternoon at 880 oclock will be addressed by Rev Dr Blay ney and it is certain his message will he interesting and helpful Special music including solo and quartette singing will be features All are invited The Bible class meets regularly on Friday evenings at 780 WILL MEET IN BUFFALO IN 1901 The National StoveLining Asso centithe country decided at their recent- convention in Now York City to hold their next meeting in Buffalo at the tine of the PanAmerican Exposition It will probably beheld In Juno continuing for several days two lays being given to the business session c DEATHS SUTTLES At his homo near Benson on Monday afternoon at 8 oclock Mr W A Suttles aged about 25 years from the effects of gripHp was a flue young man and an employe of the C O Railway Company The funeral and burial took place on V dnesday- SUDDUTH At thp101l10 of Mr G L Mitchell near Bdnson on Thursday January 81 Mr Har rison Sudduth aged 78 years Mr Sudduth had never married He was an honorable moan wind good citizen The funeral and burial will tako MrI M A SELBERTItY I l The Leading Jeweler ff BEAUTIFUL BUFFALO IMr T W Lee general passenger agent of the Lackawanna Railway was recently in Houston Texas and was Interviewed for the Post of that city Ho Is quoted as follows I am please to note the great Interest manifested throughout the entire Southwest in the coming PanAmerican Exposition said Mr LeeThis exposition will be in my opinion more beautiful in many ways than any other given either in this country or Europe e1ec7trIcnlcharacter will excel anything In time history of the world while every other feature that goes to make up a great exposition will bo given upon a magnificent scale II Buffalo is a beautiful city and without slaving anything detrimen tal to any other large city in this country it cone as near being a summer resort as any other city upon the continent Buffalo is In tho center of the most densely populated portion of this country and Canada giving an opportunity for constant daily attendance that I believe ensures the success of the Exposition from theopening to the closing lay III I want to see Texas well repre sented I believe it would pay the people of Texas to spend both time and money not only In showing their resources but being present in large numbers to see the exhibition matte by other sections of this country as well as those nude by other countries on the American continent and many of the older nations of the word HANDLING IHE PANAMER ICANS PATRONS There need noto the slightest appri hension on the part of anyone that the vast throngs sure to attend tho PrfnAmerican Exposi tion at Buffalo In 1901 can not ho successfully and expeditiously handled Buffalo is the greatest railroad center in the world and assurances are given that the roads convorging there fully nlive to tho possibilities of tho Exposition are going to make ample provisions for safely and rapidly handling mill covers Work on tho PanAmer loan torimnals of the New York Central and the Erie is being pushed and arrangements will be made for time accommodation of tub trains of nearly all other roads on their terminal tracks Time Tutor national Traction Company will in crease its facilities proportionately expending the enormous sum of three millions of dollars in doubling and extending its street tracks in Buffalo in additional terminal facil ities in the purchase of rolling stock and in tho betterment of its trolley line to Niagara Falls whore connection is made with time sur face road running thence to Queens ton on the Canadian side of tho riverand with the II George Route which skirts time base of tho chasm through which tho Niagara pours its pentup floods in thundering rapids and soothing whirlpools oxperhnentlngFoleys Honey anti Tar will pro vent a cold from resulting In pneu monia South Longmoor and W McKeo Hardle 4 r ECZEAiA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does CllII skin itch and burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the skin so you feel to seen in company Do scabs or scales form on thp Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash forum on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Taints Frilling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are puritiesIitching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath remedyIof the RouNDABOUT are Il vied give U B B a trim For sale toI druggists at 1 per large bottle SUf1rerelsaway BALM CO414Mitchell St Atlanta Describe your trouble and free IOu lml medical advice given ES For Sale by W McKee Hardie 481 y 2 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c sending a sketch and may quickly Ascertain our opinion free whether an InTontion Is probably Coinniuncv tloiu strictly Handbook on Patent lont free ame- nfaintleeks IhooutchfTROIntbo recut Scientific Hmtrican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jarse t cis cnlatlon of any clentltto ournal Terms a year tfour monthe1 Sold byallnewedeaier- eMUNN Co 3616Irolmdtray New Branch Office F BU Washington D IyCapital Steam Laundry enterprise V ork- HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE I was just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Biohardion of Laurel Springs N C hail consumi tion so had that the best doctors said I could not live more than a month but I began to use Dr Kinds NW Discovery und was crest by oven uo tlos and nnlunriasthma hay or whoop inClngh Guaranteed bottles f 0 cents mind Trial bottles free at J W Gti los drug store DthuItsCOUGH Icures Hacking Coughs Lungs Bronchitis Grippe Pneumonia and all severe lung affections consumption Take warn ng I Act at once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls CoUgh Syrup presoriptlonI Refuse tho eaters is subatitutebItnot as Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism Aches and Pains 182Scta IQuestion Answeredrf f0 thelargestcivilized world Your mothers and i t your grand mothers never thought of orhilinusnes and seldom trulJurf1Flower to clean out the system ami stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stun tulate the nervous anti organic action jof the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with ifheadaches and other nches You GreenRAugustmake you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Foiwile by S B Hoi mes 4ly 1 Arts KKIKNE IJI GRUNIALD l 71Prorpairor will visit Frankfort avoryjjo tdays Leave orders with GEORGE FL STE IN Dec 21y DO YOU WANT iofany kind of property Write me with tint Ill rticl1 tttl nu rmay be able to imelp sou Ad uDcc151y 1 For Sale 11 r A first class byeicle mndefe Rambler is offered for sale Apply at this office t- 1WANTEDTwo reliable traveling salesmen In each State permanent position salary and expenses ex perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 2Gmlq 0 Good CfyMmas f suggestion One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ improvedcer it1Ito and what a relief flomthew- orrysomeoldbrQom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction R Rogers Son dec 1ly r BtRnsEYcVIEW YJU PAA1M1ERICAN EXPO lTION BUFFALONY VYl 2noverwERltgol J =BUFFALO AND THE BEES The busy bee will be In big busi Vifessat the PanAmerican Exposi Jptt the coming summer It nan been decided to construct u special building for tho proper display of Ciao working colonies of bees and tho groat variety of bee keepers supplies which will constitute this Exhibit This will undoubtedly be the most expensive bee exhibit ever prepared in this or any other part of the world Any ono who is hot a student of bee culture little yealizo the very great importance of this industry It is estimated II that there are 800000 persons en gaged in bee culture in the United States alone and that the present annual value of honey and wax si In excess of 20000000 There are 110 societies devoted to the and promotion of bee Iteepil1A1 Fifteen steam power are producing supplies of various kinds for the use of bee keepers Amer sSr loan honey finds a market in many distant countries the United StatesI tf producing more honey any other nation PanrThe warning cough is the faith ful sentinel It tells of the approach of- consumption which has killed more pec pie than war and I pestilence combined It tells of painful chests sore lungs weak throats bron chitis and pneumonia Do not suffer another day Its useless for theres a prompt and safe cure It is ll AyersJ Ptetoralwhich cures fresh colds and coughs in a single night and masters chronic coughs and bronchitis in a short time Consump tion is surely and cer tainly prevented and cured too if taken in timeA 25c bottle for a fresh cold 50c size for older colds 1 size for chronic coughsand consumption I always Keep a bottle of dyers ThenoIt tOatibaTeaueotDplalntt advice write the Doctor tttely Address Dr J ATEB Lowell HAM ranged that the bees may enter their hives from exterior of the building and carry on their work of honey collection undisturbed by visitors yet in full view through the glass sides of their hives The successful management of an apiary requires a knowledge of botany as well as the habits and requirements of the bees themselves The little honey bee plays a very important part in the general economy The failure of fruit crops may be due to the absence of bees whose special function is to fertilize the blossoms- by parrying the pollen from stamens to pistil It is estimated that the flora of the United States could sustain ten times as many bees as are now in existence and nearly every farm could support an apiary of profitable size The bee exhibit will illus trate the operation of an apiary and will show the common honey producing flora in a way to be un derstood by all who may be inter ested The relation of bees to horticulture will be clearly shown and the many uses of honey illustrated Honey is extensively used in the manufacture of bake stuffs and in making medicines and candles Bees wax is a commercial article much used by dentists and manu facturers of wax goods The actual demonstration of bee keepers supplies of latest pattern will show what economies may be practiced by boo keepers to increase their profits The movable frame hive was Invented in 185L by Lang stroth and since that time the ap plication of labor saving honey saving anti bee saving devices have been very interesting and import ant Experiments in crossing vari eties of bees have been carried on with surprising success New York Ponnslyvania Vermont and other Now England States are large producers of comb honey Any locality in which white clover basswood and buckwheat are plentiful is adapted to the successful culture of the bees In California and Arizona the keeping of bees rank as one of the most important industries and from those States are annually shipped vast quanti ties of liquid honey SENT UP FOR TWENTYONE YEARS The jury in the case of Claude RnnIdolphyesterday morning finding Parrish guilty and affixing his punishment at confinement in the Penitentiary for twentyone yearsIt was thought by many that the sentence would be loath ARRESTED Deputy U S Marshal Con Mc Carty arrested Joe Noel at High Bridge on Thursday charged with shooting and wounding Murk Spene lockkeeper at Lock No 7 and took him to Lexington where he had SICommissionerhold over in bond of 1000 to the Juno term of the U S Court in this city Spence is a government officer and it is thought will die of his wound Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat BAY STATE AT BUFFALO Fine Historical Exhibit Will He Mnde Ity MnmmclmnettH The historic opininomvenltli of gins sachusetts will have n mort Interesting exhibit nt the PanAmerican Exposi tion at Buffalo It Is being collected through the co operation of various societies such as the Sons of the Revolution Daughters of the Revolution Sons of the Ameri can Revolution Daughters of the Amer- Ican Revolution the Society of the War of 1812 and kindred organizations The chairman of the Massachusetts Pan American commission Mr Walter GIl man Page Is a leading spirit In these societies and Is anxious that the wealth of historic material possessed by Massachusetts should be adequately repre sented at the PanAmerican Exposi tionThe matter of a building has not yeti been definitely decided but It Is prob HouseI THK PROPVJ EA 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 Providence court partly on the site of what Is now Clarks Tavern One of the members of the Mama chusetts commission to the Paris Ex position who recently returned from the French fair secured there about 450 valuable exhibits which will be transferred to the PanAmerican at Buffalo ExMayor Frederick Fosdick of FItchburg and City Treasurer E T Tuft of Springfield returned recently from a visit of a few days In Buffalo very enthusiastic over the prospects for the success of tho Exposition and are anxious to have the good old Bay State well represented thereIBuilding Going Up The magnificent buildings which are tS 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 cohtlneut 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 entire corn pletion before the time arrives to open the gates to the general public Wet Indians Will Attend Louis IL Ayme United States Consul to Guadeloupe says that In the West Indies the PanAmerican Exposition Is considered much more important than the Centennial Exposition of 1870 and that hundreds of natives arc preparing to come to it FoleysHoneyit the best in the world EriePaLongmoor and W McKee Handle wN C H ESTERNEW RIVALILOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No black powder shells on the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In unl rIfortuity and strong shooting qualities Sure fire and waterproof Oct the genuine WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS at Karen Conn Ir1rI vNrt t +KENTUCKYS GREATESTNEWSPAPER + IIOneMonths 1- YOU t cant do without it especially 4 It only costs you at of ONE CENT A DAY4 lJ TOE LOUISVILLE I EVENING POST j The Great Department Paper of the South fi A Department for Everybody from the Child f i the Lawyerfrom the Laborer to the toI i 10 to 20 Pages DailyBiggest Paper in the RATES BY MAIL ONLY Jrf Year 300 200 Three Months 125iOne Month 50FThe Evening Post has ai admirably equipped Washington Bureau i Will cover the doings of Congress completely has the full Also latcJ ews Report complete and accurate All the Ne All the Drop a Postal Card for Sample Copy prilIIITHE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE IGi THE ROUNDABOUT ti r THEu PEOPLES PAPERr t EVERYBODY TAKES IT- EVERYBODY READS IT A Subscription Only 1 Per Year BINDERY Blank Books of all kind gotten up i o ttw bigheat ntyloji he art Old Books and fume bound at M laatt ratanf Joak tf u MaoicitAd i OUR JOB DEPARTMENT The brilliant romance Under the Red Robe J after it enormous success at the Empire Theatre Now York City will be the attrac- tionai hero on Tuesday Fobiuary 5th StanleyWeymans stngehavingwhoso magnificent work in a simi i tar capacity for the Prisoner of Zenda is well remembered here The company headed by Mr Paulr Gnunthsbeenthe metropolis and thosoenery and appointments are counterparts of Theatreduringthis fascinating play This will bo s tho only visit here the fact which will undoubtedly bo taken advan sage of and large fashionable audiences must naturally be tho result Tho play is one of the romantic and vigorous school and has many striking scenes filled with cav aliers adorned with rapiers plumed hats and dangling cloaks and who Vie all through it for the smiles of ladies fair It deals with certain romantic phases of French history during the rule of Cardinal Rich elieu and tells a most original love storyLA QUICKLY CURED In the winter of 189 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe at tack of what is called In grippe says F L Hewitt a prominet drug gist of Winfield IIIuThe only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Itbroke up tho cold and stopped the coughing Mice magic and have never since been troubled with la CoughRemedyupon to break up a cold and ward pneumonIawhich makes it tho most desirable preparationsFor sale by J W Gaylo The famous musical comedy and extravaganza A Milk White Flag Hoyts most characteristically peculiar and successful dramatic pro duction comes to us this season under the management of Dunne tC Byley who have tho reputation of providing excellent companies for all their enterprises A Milk White Flag is a conglomerate presentation of folly intermingled With wisdom of the improbable with the practical It revels In mirth andand Is saturated with satire us the foibles of human na ture are disclosed through a citizen soldiery in the time of peace when Venus rather than Mars is tho object of their idolatry The Ran som Guards is a militia company with colonels and captains and other officers galore and only one private for the looks of the thing Jrrhon there is a wife seeking a divorce nnda bankrupt speculating hus band devising to defraud life insur mince companies by feigning death a widow in weeds and woe and yet wooed and won by the dashing colonel ofthe guards ore time funeral rites iiml procession were had Mingled with tho merry crowd of brave soldiers is a veritable gen yr eral of the regular winy who has smelt gun powder and whose gen uino bravery is shown on occasions When the society soldiers are hid lug in closets und under tables and chairs in fear ofJu attack from it alsotvidowaml displays much coquetry coupled with heartlessness and in difference to the dear departed It is said to be all good expressive complete and though of course overdrawn an ideal bordering closely on the actual Even so is t the devotion of the boys in gold braid to the White Flag they eared ifiost for the flag of truce which they swear to rally around the closer as hotter the lting and to stand ftrmlrbenenth whoa the bullets lime company is fully up to the require ments of the piece Special scenery is carried complete and tho cos tumes in proper taste and offqctiye ll1cssonfterboysnnd bearers aro upparreled richly and in the pictiire drib to nature tide The specialties are of novel char acter and are so skillfully intro duced as to not mar time action of the Time ninnyJpopularperformed by theyoung ladles are marvels of grace and color The part ofuTIle Private1 has been en- ztrusted to lQQ lgr lll1 0oontda jftx feooniedtan Li le Chip whose SIeepuNothingcheerfulness of mind or aids so well in broken down and I suffered for months chasing away the lines ofworry and care from insomnia It seemed impossible for from the weary brow as good sound re me to sleep more than a few minutes at a freshing sleep But when the gray matter time I became thin and wasted and my of the brain has been robbed of its vitality mind was on tHe brink of collapse when my and constructive strength by weak worn wife brought home a bottle of Dr Miles out and exhausted nerves sleep gives way Nervine Two doses gave me the first to restless tossing and long hours of fever refreshing sleep I had had in months and ish distress Do you want a good sleep in a short time I was entirely cured You can get it if you go about it right W H ANDERSON Jacksonville Fla Dr Miles swineRelaxes the strain on the excited nerves and gives the repair shops of the brain a chance to make good the damage of the waking hours It is a great brainfood and nervebuilder Sold by all druggists on a guarantee Dr Mtiei Medical Coe1khri Lid grotesque terpsichorean feats and character songs have made him a favorite throughout the country The throe famous Fanchonetti Sisters have been specially engaged for this seasons production John S Marble asuThe Undertaker w1111 be remembered as One of the inal cast and his impersonation of this part is a remarkable piece of acting U A Milk White Flag comes to the Capital Theatre February 9th DANGER OF COLDS AND LA GRiPPEIThe and la grippe is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conolus it Is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in loss time than any other treatment It is pleasant und safe to take For sale by J W Gaylo BENEFIT so CONCERT The Frankfort Ideals are arrang ing for a testimonial concert for the benefit of Prof Way Graham 5 The date Is set tor February 7 and will be given at the parrish House I of Ascension Church Miss Ella Neubrant of Cincinnati and Mr T H Slaughter of Louisville will sing and our own May Gibbons will be the soloist The program is very ar tlotically arranged and will be pub lished later It promises to be t 10 sonyevent in musical circles of the sea beuIA powerful engine can riot with a weak boiler and we cant keep up the strain of an active life with a Weak stomach neither can we stop the human machine to make repairs If the stomach cannot digest enough food to keep the body strong such a preparation as Dyspepsia Cure should be used Itdigests what you eat and simply cant help but do you good Hardio South Longmoor and W McKee FRANKFORT ORCHESTRA CONCERT We are glad to bo able to say that our citizens mire efforts of the Frankfort OrohestraIto furnish thorn good concert given by this on Wednesday night assisted by Mr rl1 H Slaughter tonorof Louis yUle was largely attended bonr best people It was n decided sue cess in every way The renditions were well executed and highly en joyed by the amUence Wo tender our congratuations to Prof F P Atherton who is the manager and director PILES OF PEOPLE Testify to the merits of Banner Salvo in curing piles It is guaran teed South Longmoor and W McKeoHardie HANDSOME HOUSF BURNED News came to this city on Tues day morning about fl80 oclock that tile handsome residence of Ju E Oantrill in George townhadbcen totally destroyed by fire It seems that tJIlKr flames andierecredoIt was one of the finest housos In IhiH section of the State Its cost was estimated at some 80000 Jjtidge GantrjjL was hold ng court at the time and at says loft his seat and went home Attorney T L Edelin was elected special judge by the bar and the Parrish murder case proceeded Recent experiments show that all completelydigestedKodol Dyspepsia Cure which absolutely digests what you eat As It Is the only combination of all the natural over devised the demand for it has become enor mons It has never failed to enrol the worst oases of indigestion and it always gives instant relief South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie FORCED TO RESIGN Owing ro continued illhealth Miss ItalIne Hall the accomplished teacher of vocal music and physical culture in our city schools has been compelled to resign her position find return to her home at Fairfield Ills Miss Hall rondo many friends during her stay in our city and there is general regret at her leav ing both on account of the cause and the loss to the faculty of the school Tie earnest wish of all is that she may soon regain harI health HOW TO CURE THE GRIP Remain quietly athome and take Chamberlains Cough Remdy as a recovery is stirs- to follow That remedy counteracts any tendency of the grip to result in pneumonia which is only the realsorious Among the tons of thousands who have used it for the grip not one ease has ever been reported that did not recover For sale Jjy J W Gayle BIRTHS TGAYLIu this city on Sun day to Mr Leslie Gayle and wife twin girls- SUTTE R LIN Ip bhis oi y On Sunday to Mr F L Sutterlin sari wife a daughter prostrationfollowing prompt and as One Minute Cough Cure This preparation in highly endorsed as an unfailing lungtroublesconsumption It was made to cure quickly South Longmoor anti W MeKeo Hardie NOTICE vajtofamily will go to New York but I am not foundlator I have both Phones and they are No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel E E HUME 173m WANTED At Onco Travel ling salesmen with or without experience 60 and expenses Write at once for full pxrticuiars Peerless Tobacco Work Bedford City Virginia IS1mk Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat r r EXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND 4YnE Sttn- PM AU j Lv J4 lnton 7 6 Montrose rF240 Fa 00 Avon 2 50 F810 M Wynndotto F 2 817 Winchoflter 1F 880 23 Mistletoe F815 8 Ziu L E Junction 8 22 8 80 aIndlun 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