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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f Jf7 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT i GEOA LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance kiiJt jrYOL XXIy1FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 1901 N024 The Dramatic Event of the Season I L Hall Caines The Christian A MTho Christian under Liobler Cos management will be seen here on Thursday February 28th trnn8portthesceneryhere especially to seeiThe Christian ji lhe principal characters in this famous play include a coterie uSIIIjThe Hon John Storm J Henry Kolker LloydiHarold Hartsell RobertsFatherNicl10IsiTheThe Tanager Guy Nichols EvilleMessengerHaysMrsCrothersBettyTrevorNettyPerditaHudspethIiayGlory Qunyle Lilla Vane t A GRAND SUCCESS The longlooked for ontertnin lent given by Frankfort Lodge No 580 B P 0 Elks cam ft off en Friday night last The Cap ital Theatre Opera House was poked from pit to dome with as line an audience as ever assem bled in that building To say that the affair was a de tided success barring the usual an unavoidable delays incident to ill amateur performances is to- tl put it very mildly Wo will not undertake to speci fy those who did the best work but will content ourselves with saying that there were a number ef performers whose conception and execution of their parts would have done credit to professionals- We are more than gratified at the financial success which was very pronounced the net amount 1 realized bong some 450 which will be placed in the charity laud of this benevolent order We congratulate the manage ment upon their achievement purtinlments they have seen lit to be stow upon the souvenir catalogue which was issued from the presses of this office and to which thoy were kind enough to attribute a considerable share of the success With out vanity we may safely say that it was artistic workwell uxeJ anted SWEET CHARITY r W8are glad to note that the entertainment by the students of the City High School which was OJ1ernIwas a delightful success It was care fully planned thoroughly re hearsed and well rendedered many of those taking part giving evidence of histronic talent And then the meritorious ob joct for which it was given the support and comfort ofn former pupil of our city schools who is a helpless cripple meets the hearty sympathy ofnll cognizant of the facts There was a good audience pres out and the rendition was hear tily enjoyed The net receipts wore in the neighborhood of 100 which will largely help in making its bene ficiary comfortable for a considerable time A SPLENDID APPOIN11IIEN11 The Court unanimous vote has appointed Mr T Louis Edelih of this city as Official Reporter of the Decisions of the Court of Appeals H i appointment beqpmos effective at f TUlIThis isa firstclass appointment in every way you look at it Mr Edelin is an able and conscien tious lawyer and a versatile and acoom pished writer We congratulate the Court and our friend upon his selection The position pays 1800 per annum WILLIAM AND HANNA PENN The dolls dressed in quaker cos tume to represent William and Hannah Penn that attracted so much attention at the National Suffrage Bazar recently held in Now York City have been eeoured by the Suffrage League of Swarth more to present to the Historical Library of Swarthmore College William and Hannah Penn were both proprietary governors of the colony from the time of its settlement in 1082 until 1712 when ho was stricken with illness Hannah then took up tho affairs end administered governor un til Williams death in 1717 and after that time until her son bu came of age She was skillful in her manage mont ami retained the confidence of the people through financial and political embarrassments Laundrysguaranteed i II Eclipsed All sales held heretofore in Frankfort have been totally eclipsed by our sale of the Hudson stock The values are supreme and many bar gains are yet left I 6ge II 150 Choice of all Monarch and Wilson Bros ij tlremainingI 647IITheyAny 1000 Suit in the Hudson Stock at this pricer 10 At this price you may have pick of Iany 250 Childs Suit in the house Ages 3 to 16 Anew shipment of Spring Styles of Ladies Ideal Kid Shoes week Lace and Button Price 350 R1 K1 McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET J M SAFFELL C W S11F- FELLSAFFELLS Staple and Fancy Groceries China and Glassware Fine Wines and- Whiskies We askour city and country friends to call at 212Ann Street and inspect our goods t JMSaffellSon jtggmag OPEN Our New Store is Now Open for Business withSeasonable Goods Dry Goods Carpets Mattings Come and See us r S FARLVLERCorner Main and Lewis Streets Frankfort KyJ PERSONALS LouisyilJeIr tillories and Warehouse Co w here on Wednesday Mr Morgan J of the Ci cityVednesdny Miss Victoria Major of Alton vas a visitor here this week LexiugionWashington are guests of D1is Hazelrigg Main street Mr J Buford Hendricks h gone to New Orleans La Mr Guy Briggs is in New Or leans La Mr Geo F Berry and wife have areturnod from New York City f grondlaughterhave gone to Florida Misses Gerievieve and Lilian Lindsey are visiting Miss Vat Winkle in Danville Miss Emily Hawley of Aurora Illinois who has been the guest of Miss Mary Watts Brown has re turned home 5 Mrs Julia Hopple is in New 0 Ij leans La for a short visit Mrs J C W Beckham has re parentins Dr E H Black visited friends s in Stamping ground on Saturday and Sunday Lexington buIs a J Y Mrs John G Rogers was the Ugliest of her sister Mrs Carlton L Graham in Georgetown this week Mr John W Rodman was in I businessMr Georgetown this week on legal W Lindsey of Louis vine was in the city this week f We to learn that Col Wick c Feiiwick the wellknewn hotel clerk is lying very ill with ijit the Kings Daughters Hospital c t Mr Estill D Guffy of the Surt i VeyorsOf1ce Louisville Hdn Chas H Stoll of hexing t ton was in the city WednesdayI t Mr John S McKendrick and f wife of Sholbyville are guests of Mr W J Hughes and wife South Side Mr J T Hastings jr of Shelby h vine tourist for the Jos Denunzio Fruit Co Louisville was here on Thursday and called on us Rev L H Blanton D D of Centarl University Richmond was here on Thursday Mr Dennis A Lynch of Pitts burg Penn is visiting relatives at r Iris old home in this city i Messrs II B Jlllson and Geo O Shaw have gone to Now Orleans nndhft Mrs R M Bergman of Irvine t who has been visiting her parents I T West and wife has t returned home Mr Fred S Grinstead of Rich 1wond was the guest of his parents t Mr B L Grinstead und wife West Side on Sunday Mrs B W Thompson of Ver sailles was in the city Sunday Mr Joseph LeCompte of Lexington was a visitor here Sunday Dr John Jouett of Eminence Sundayl Col W G Simpson who has v been at Huntington W Va for song time returned home Friday 1 night 4 i Dr B P Buckmaster was the of Mr Flank McKee in I flest county on Sunday Rev M B Adams left for Cov on Monday where thQjYoung Cntlettsburgthis week IrontonSos on Monday OwensUorY Cancons was a former State Senator Mr Hunter Moody of Eminence weekSMr W S Farmer has gone to mldSingand notions toLouisilJe llaytoKyBarrett South Side ofCinoinnntiMrs Johnson Barrett o usingcounterfoitsHazel Salvo Tho original is n safeand certain cure for pflesIt is a soothing and healing salvo for sores SouthrFor the Roudabout 1874 FEBRUARY 171901 Love is an attribute divinely given Noothergift outlasts old age and time DartsAnd makes us worthy of a life sublime And I believe in all the cherished years Of your devoted troth this mystic bloom Hath given happiness and sweet perfume In laughter or in tears Two souls with single thought 1two hearts as one the solemn hour or pass ing breath Love lives for aye and conquers even death Through Father Spirit Son Go hand in hand till sound of funeral kllel1I Shall call the angel who has charge of the To ring the happythroated even ing boll- Tltrougtt blest eternity N S COX February 17 1001 For the weakness and prostration following grippe there is nothing so prompt and effective as One Minute Cough Cure This preparation in highly endorsed as an unfailing 1ungtroublesconsumption It was made to cure quickly South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie FEMALE CLERKS AND JUDGES A woman judge and clerk has been selected to serve in voting precinct in Kansas City hat the primary election to be held on February 12 This is the first time in the history of Kansas poI itics where women have been chosen to serve in these capacities by the political parties having th selection of these officers Perhaps this is intended as a rebuke to Mr Butler who has brought so much derision upon himself through his attempt to introduce a bill repealing municipal suffrage Kansasr Journal tIvery significantly nsksIs there a motive underlying the rabid per sistence of Representative Butler in his efforts to secure the repeal of municipal suffrage for women In Topeka the influence of women in the election has always been the highest They can bel purityetion of public affairs For this very reason they might be con sid red a dangerous factor in the political affairs of some fcities they might seriously interfere with the politicians and fixers nHave the women of Kansas City dnrod to cross Mri Butlers pathOne amusing circumstance in connection with the death of this bill even before it had seen the light of day is the fact that when the legislatures of Colorado and Wyoming declare almost unani mously their satisfaction with the practical working of woman suf frage its opponents in other states insisted that these legisla tors dared not vote otherwise he cause they had a constituency of women Now here in this Kansas Legislature composed wholly men not a woman had a vote in its election not one could retal iate in any way with one ballot the Legislature could deprive them of it If woman suffrage is unsatisfactory why did this bill not get beyond the Judiciary Com mittee If the homes are neg lected the children uncored for the women unsexed here was a chance to regulate the whole bus iness I But instead the members of the Legislature would not even consider the bill and Mr Butler was made the butt of ridicule among his coworkers in the Legis laturo We know how terribly exasperating it is to the antisuffragists to hove thus rudely torn from 1them what at one time they hoped would prove tHeir one argument with which they could completely demolish the suffragists if they should ever dare again to ask for the ballot Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Elo you Coughcure a Cough or Cold at once Conquers OroupjWhoopingGough and Meaale praiseittis Hoarseness Grippe Pneumonia quickedealers substitute it is not as good DEBulls Osugh Syrup Always cures when others fail Pills cure Constipation and Llvet 1Troubles pUIs ru t TriAl box S CU t mrxE BEST GROOERIES AND LIQUORS LOW S JOHN PRICEISCOLLSS SALE UT E GAYLE CO GUY BARRETT IonKENNEDY W MoKEB HARDIE G lt SALENDER NorthWestern Limited Electric= Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and Minneapolis dayDaylightNight Express 1015 p m daily Duluth and St Paul Fast Mail 10 pm Daily 0 All Agents Sell Tickets Via I CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN RY The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago =Vft7 Y YWvv q JII W VJ Y 4 LeCompte Gayle Co DRUGGISTS South Side Frankfort Ky1 OUR NEW NOVELTYfJAPANESE GOLD 1 FISH IN MINIATURE AQUARIUMS ALL SIZES ALL PRICES Just the Thing to Please Everybody I L 1r1- j CLEARANCE SALE OF CLOAKS SUITS AND SKIRTS r 500 Jackets now 250 690 Jackets now 300 750 Jackets now 398 1000 Jackets now 598 1200 Jackets now 698 1600 Jacketsnow 898 2000 Jackets now 1200 2500 Jackets now 1600 FAY STOCKINGS stayTryneededtr B113 DJ rOE3LNJiON R- 11 O iIaiaz SIZIZ DEATHS JOHNSONAt Bridgeport on T Monday morning Mr C A John sonThe remains were taken to HaT dinsvillo for interment on Tues doyfi PETERSAt the home of her husbandnear Harp on Sunday Mrs Belle Peters wife of Rev James A Peters aged 51 years Mrs Peters was a noble Chris consistentChurch from her girlhood She had been twice married her first husband being a Methodist minister After his death she married the venerable Rev J A Peters and had been to him a loving and faithful wife The funeral took place on Tuesday last and the remains were in terred at Pleasant Ridge Church She left many friends and rel- ativesk to mourn her death To her venerable husband now 85 yeas of age the tenderest sym is extended In this city on 1pathy Mrs Jennie Buckley of Mr ZollicofTer Buckley 85 years Mrs Buckley was a modest re tiring Christian woman and was A member of the Christian Church The funeral took place on Tuesday and her remains 1j = f JAN APRIL Every Month sufII fering interferes with household ac and social enjoyments At the worst it shuts the woman in a darkened room or confines her to completelyPrescriptionItfeebling drains and cures female weakness wonderfulMywifeconfined to beet eyeD three weeks After FaYoritefIfderangement since Your Fa 1vorite Prescription is a boon for delicate Prescription Mfcs weal WtIIe StrUI sick wmei well JULY OCT FEB MAY I AUG Nov 1r L Mm JUNE ftvorlte Sip DEC n 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1800 Suits now 1098 2000 Suits now 1298 2500 Suits now 1698 3000 Suits now 1898 4000 Suits now 2500 5000 Suits now 3298i Underwear at greatly reduced prices WAre interred nt Grnof ens burg shelby county RAYIn this city on Wednesday Dr BK Ray nged about 55 years of consumtpcinI LITTLEIn NorwoodOhioFeb runry 17th Katherine Little aged 11 months daughter of Mr and Mrs G Little Mrs Little will be remembered ns Miss Cecile Henderson niece of Mrs John C Mnstiu Mauy friends tenderly sympathize with the parents In the loss of their little baby girl MATRIMONIAL GRAVESTHOMPSbNIn An derson county on Sunday Mr James C Graves and Miss Eva Thompson of Anderson county were married by Rev Dudley M Moore They came here immediately after their marriage Mr Graves is a brotherinlaw of County Clerk Smith MoDONALDROBINSON At the residence of the officiating minister Rev George Darsie 104 Main street on Tuesday Febru ary 19 1901 Mr Win F Mc Donald of Swallowfield and Miss Bertha Robinson of Lawrence burg Ky LYNCHWATERS At the Clmroh of the Good Shepherd ou Tuesday morning Mr R J Lynch and Miss Marcella Waters were married by Rev Father Thomas S Major The wedding of this opuarI young couple was tended The very heartiest con gratulations are extende- dALIJENNICHOLSOn Wednesday night at the home of the brides father Mr 0 P Nichols on the Weft Side Mr Joshua Allen and Miss Nannie Nichols were married by Rev T N Arnold There was quite a large crowd of friends present to congratulate the happy young couple SOROGGINS YOUNG At the home of Mr and Mrs F H Morris 820 Murray street South Side on Wednesday February 20 1901 by Rev George Darsie Mr William B Scroggins of near Bag dad and Miss Sciota Young of this city- DAUGHTERS CONFEDERACY Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will meetfat the residence of Mrs R M Aldridge on Tuesday Febru ary 20 at 280 oclock p in A full attendance is desired MRS R M MRS JOHN H STUART Secretary n r- r A CARD OF THANKS IThe High School pupils wish to all who aided in any way in making their benefit a marked success Tho large number of- favors render difficult individual expression of gratitude ALEBIA BAUER RUSSELL PENN ELVIRA FINANCIAL STATEMENT Amount taken in on tick ets and programs 188 55 printing 33 15 Amount on hand 100 40 J H DUVALL Treasurer EDMUND MEAGHER JOSEPH J KERNENCommittee Dont forget our elegant lOc sugar corn which we are still selling for 5c a can at Langdon Creasey Cos 24lt- OYSTERSUPPER The Epworth League of the Methodist Church will give an oyster supper in the storeroom scorner of Main and St Olair on Friday evening March 8 from 7 to 10 oclock The price of the centsIWORKING OVERTIME bythoseKings New Lifo Pills Millions are always at work night und day curing indigestion biliousness con n1lIBURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 9 a in from St Louis for Kansas City and entire Northwest to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Nob from Chicago and PoorinfheBurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains ChicagoFor dailyfromFinest Trains in the World Chi MinneapolisToeph two trains daily from St Louis or Chicago throughtouristducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday ovonlngjalso from Chicago every Monday evening the route is via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City oquippedtrainsWrite for matter descriptive of throughthoWM SHAW D P A 400 Vine St- Cincinnati O L W WAKELEY Gen Pass Agent StLouis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT MmmgortTwo boxes of fine crystal salt for 5c at LaugdonCreasey Cos It sells for 5o per box everywhere else 242t Ii 275 Skirt now 198If498 Skirt now t0y 600 Skirt now 398 800 Skirt now r 498 rK 900 Skirt now 5 98 1000 Skirt now 6751f 1200 Skirt now a 798 1500 Skirt now x 898 Dress Goods One lot Black and Color ed Woolen Dress Goods at just half the original price n E1t ALDRIDGEPresident e Pleasant to take il Laxative SyrupqNATURES 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 s LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc S our 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 r CLOSING OUT SALEAT NOAIIS ARK And let us supply your wants in t Tin China glassware Toys c From an entirely new stock Lowest pricesIconsistent with goods of BEST QUALITY 339 Ann Street Next Door to Gayle Drug Stores t TnB fIanttoIt Boun about Entered at the postoulce at Frankfort Ken tucky ns second mailable matter OEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 23 1901 i THOU SHALL DER DO NO MUR tITJt was the text front which IiJtRe M B Adams preached the seventh in the series of sermons ron The Perils of tho City at the first Baptist Church on Sun dray night last The big church was crowded with people many turning away when they saw how full the building was The preacher was in fine trim and preached with unusual power 4 force and directness He e the Divine law with its pennltIes- 4lnd exceptions He then com pared that law with human laws bearing on the same crime He give the Divine admonition as to r cherishing hate and malice which culminates in murder showing that Gods law goes to the root of the whole matter and that many a man who goes uuwhipt of human law will be condemned when brought before that last and un corruptible court of final resort He condemned in unmeasured terms the cowardly practice of Yis carrying concealed deadly weap Due as the great cause of ninny murders He besought the largeI crowd of young mon throw away these engines of death and instruments of sorrow and suffering and begged them to unite in an effort to wipe away A the stain from the fair name of Kentucky glorious State that v she was so that she would no andfIHisC the miseries of others pack juries with purchased and corrupted jurors in order to secure acquit ttatsof those justly coming under the ban of the law for redhanded murders committed He de nounced assassination as the mos horrible of all crimes His great panacea for all the ills public private and spiritual was the old fashioned religion of the Lord Jesus Christ which was i It first pure then peaceable full L good works always abounding in the work of the Lord It was a powerful appeal to the people to discard personal revenge for personal wrongs a firm and I unswerving allegiance law nail rright and a submissipn of all to tho arbitrament o the Inas enlightened and con trolled by the Divine command He held the undivided attention of his vast audience to the close t Mr Adams will close thes- r series of sermons next Sunday f night with a discourse on In l fidelity TUESDAYS BIG FIRE At 022 a m on Tuesday an jL alarm from box 21 called the fire boys to Thompson Brosi livery stable on Main streets which was ri found to be a pretty serious fire The stable was full of vehi- clesDOCTORS I say Consumption can be cured Nature alone wont do it It needs help Doctors say Scotts EmulsionI- s the best help But you must continue its use even in hot weatherIf not tried It send for free sample SCOTT DOWNS Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York sac and 100 nil druggist rr f horses and provender of all kinds It was a hard fire to fight as there was no chance to get at it except from the front After about on hour andn halfs hard battle the boys got the upper hand and soon made a finish of the jobIThe building was pretty well gutted only tho walls and charred timbers being left Messrs Thompson Bros had about 20 buggies traps and hocks destroyed 10 of their horses were burned all their harness proven der etc making their loss some 5000There were severaf school chil dren who had come to town and put their horses and conveyances in the stable that morning and some were destroyed Mr Howard Duvall lost his buggy and horse Mr Tas M Saffell had a bran new buggy which he had never used burned Mrs Hiram Berrys handsome rockuway was destroyed Mr Geo W Lewis jr of Louisville had his trap and a fine set of harness burned Dr J S Collins lost his fine trap Mrs Katie Welch lost a fine trap Dr H S Kellar lost his buggy which was nearly new Mr W W Longmoor lost his fine rubber tir buggyThe building was the property of Miss Carrie Weitzel and was insured for 5000 which will cover the loss Thompson Bros Lad only 2 000 insurance to cover 5000 loss IDr J S Collins had X100 insur ance to cover 150 loss The total loss was about 12 000 or 15000 with insurance of about half that amount- It was the most serious fire of the winter and but for tIlt gotd work done by the fire addles amountISERIOUS SHOOTING On Tuesday night a difficulty arose between Mr John W Cox jr and Mr Bradford Reed dur ing which Cox shot Rend three times once in the left arm and twice in the left side above the pocket tItseems that Cox was employed as a section hand on the L N under Mr Reed On Saturday night Cox was discharged The two men met near the turntable thefwordsnthe row commenced Who was toIlearn Duirng the fight Cox was badly cut about the head the gush be ing about two inches long oncefcalled to Reeds in juries which are very serious Cox was arrested and lodged in jail coloredeman succeeded in get ting the pistol away from young Cox Reed would have been in stantly kiIIedIRELEASED BUT RE ARRESTED The Reeves brothers who had been convicts in the local Prison but who had escaped from tho walls and had been returned from Illinois and whose terms of ser vice had expired except th good time they had won before escap ing sued out writs of habea- corpus before Judge Dun Mooro asking a writ of release The cas was heard on Monday and Judge Moore granted the writ ruling that their good time could not be forfeitedThey were however immedi ately rearrested on a bench war rant from the Franklin Circuit Court to serve the additional time for which they became liable by escaping from tho wall Later Theso men were surren tiered to Indiana officers to answer an indictment for murder FoleysHonoy saysChasPa Nothing vise as good South C Longmoor and W McKee Harclie PAINFULLY HURT While Mr Albert Chilsonjran employe of the Kenney Bros saw mill was at work on the logrun on Saturday he slipped and fell badly straining his back Though painful his injuries are not nec essarily serious He was taken home and surgical attention rendered FOR RENT Good Stable with good loft and carriage room Apply to F 20 Iw John T Buckley REVIVAL MEETING Announcement is mare that Rev T T Martin D D the noted revivalist and plainspoken preacher from Denver Colwi11 commence a protracted meeting with the first Baptist Church cf Marche8d Mr Martin comes highly recommended as an humble Christian gentleman with nothing sensa newIstory of the sufferings and death of Christ as the only hope of a dying world- Everybody is cordially invited to attend these meetings FROST KITES AND CiHIL BLAINS Quickly curort by Banner Salve the most healing remedy in the world South Longmoor and W McKeo Hard to BIRTHS FJNCEL In this city on Mon day morning to Mr Henry Fincel and wife a daughter Persons who can not take ordi wars pills find it a pleasure to take Dev itts Little Early Risers They arc the best little liver pills over made South s Longmoor told W McKee Hardie Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat A FIREMANS CLOSE CALL I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and ovary new was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was went and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up 1 got a bottle of Electric hitters and after taking it I folt an well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength und vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by J W Gayle Price 60 cents REDUCED RATES Special reducd rates to Califor nia Queen Crescent Route great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and ex cellent train serivco Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati for particulars KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids reconsstructing the latest discovered digest preparatloe n can stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsana all other results of imperfect Prlco50c andfl Largo size p5lamu ft title small size Book all about Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Cb capo SOUTH LONGMOOR IV McKEE HAHDIE sEainil Over Cork thTAYLC 9 WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN POND nEST All IS MATure TlIEiAS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAiLOItREENTG IS rs DISi JCTPRAUD FORILLUSTRATfD E H TAYLOR JR t SONS MSTlLtinB INCORPOHAT- EDFXANKFORT KY FOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesIBacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TOW J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 251 T REDUCED RATESi On account of the spring meet ingof the New York Merchants Association the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets from Lexington atone and onethird fate on the certificate plan Rood going Fehruary 13th to the 17th inclusive and March 1st to the 4th inclusive and good to return thirty days from date of saleTickets II will he good to stopover at Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia If you have not yet registered with the Secretary of the New York Association bet ter do so at ones The C 0 Route is the only line from Lex ill tm and Central Kentucky with through sleepers and dining car service without charge Any information dl sired cheer fully given or sleeper space re served on receipt of advice GEO W BARNEY Div Pass Agent- Lexington Ky Dr Wallace has opened a Pri vote Hospital at Frankfort Ky tfor the treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations or such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort r 10tf When you want a physio that Is mild nil gentle easy to take and ChamberMinsPrice 25 cents Samples free byJyour money if you are not satisfied after using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach bil iousness constipation and headache frog Price 25 cents Samples HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE A cottage of six rooms with gas and watgr on promises located at 581 Campbell street Also nice gas stpvo hat rack sideboard couch and other household articles Ap ply to- MBS M A SCOFIELD 214t f l TIIE SEE tl S rW BREWING CO jl OF FINE BEERS- Whiab II Quality and Flavor Arl i i EQUAL 1TO h f IN THE LANDiCALL FOR IT THE PRO ftDUCT OF A fV KentuckyIndustry k1 D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort t tiptx Sept 2lyt no limitations upon Residence Travel and Oc patton JPayablein6oldPaid4Ip Insurance Ualues a 1 important features OF- Union mutual PoliciesOF r LIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY from date of issue Grace in- Premium Payments asb Ua1Nes Coan Ualiies t I Extension of Insurance By terms of the Swine non orfeitwre tawiji E one of these privileges is ft definite andclear Just how and plainlytoldexist as to ores tnisunder standing but everything is explicitly set in uneoufoocal FTER Throe Years UNION MUTUAL toPayMAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW contlnuingF O BRODIE undJeiTClHonJOHN R TODD Agent ranKIortl Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A elmip remedy for coughs and colds rlirht but you want Home thing that will relieve and cure the jmore severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles Whist shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible II not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized sent tries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Byrup It not only heals and stim u the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causas easy expectoration gives a good nights rest anti euros the airy one bottle Recommended many years by nil druggists in the world For sale by SBHolmes 4- 1yjjs A MOVE IN THE RIGHT DI iRECTION There is a move on foot in this city and hi Lnwrencoburg to con neat the two places by an line This is a move in the righ direction nnd deserves to succeed Wo understand that the Law rencoburg people have taken stool to the amount of 50000 If their action is met as it should be in this city there is no doubt of its becoming a success flPNEUMONIA CAN BEPRE t VENTED t This disease always results from n cold or an attack of the grip and Tnoy be prevented by the timely use RemedyThntduring the epidemics of la grippe of the past few years and a case has been reported that did not recover or that resulted in pnoumo nin which shows it to be a certain preventive of that dangerous dis ease Chamberlains Cough Rem edy has gained a world repu tntion for its cures of colds and GayleIr While Mr John Pigeator Morris was assisting the firmen at the big fire on Tuesday morn ing one of the hoze nozzles flewI I out of the hands of those holding it and struck him un the head inflicting a Considerable gash and a painful wound Surgical attention was given f W L Yancy Paducah Ky writes I had a vnry severe case thehesttuoky treated me without sttccsss KidneyCurediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently 1 gladly recom mend wonderful remedy South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie IMPROVEMENT The storerooms now occupied by Messrs R K McClure Son f r INos 212214 St Olair street ure to be extended back No 212 85 tif feet and No 214 78 feet mak ingthe rear walls oven The total depth of the enlarged rooms will be 145 feet and will give this enterprising firm space enough t to accommodate their large and i tincreasing business 4V The contract for the foundation was given to Mr N 1 McDaniel and the rest of the work to Mr Lafe Wells The total cost will tJe about 2000- SDANGERI OF COLDS AND LA GRIPPE coldf1 pneumonia If reasonable care I ChmnberlnillsIo thousands who have yet to learn of a single case In pneumonia which sows conclus it Is a certain preventive 1of that dangerous malady It wll lippeinment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by J W Gayle STAMPING GROUND 4ffr f Dr E H Black of Frankfort 1 spent Saturday and Sunday with it friends here t jDr Charles C Lewis of Owens who has been on a business trip to his old home here returned home Monday While spine of those who have Washing Willow Furniture and c Wicker Chairs theyKa PowderItad warm wake UM a scrubbing truths when water bsovmes fa hut soiled get frwbj follow with a soft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry WWtclroa beds cm also ba washed ly this JBatbod but must bo wiped dry quickly Tbb tai ft booklt no1JuwoYraaM K rAHMJMK 06MPANY l o it tirit ttw Blon l I I t Yf1 been down with the grip are improving there are a number o now cases The Masonic Hall and old Christina Church have been torn down in order to make way for a thte Mr Alvin M and Mr C T Duvall of Peaks lIiattended church hero on Sunday DiedOn Friday last Ford infant son of Mr Oscar Jameson and wife aged 18 mouths Th interment took place in our cem etery on Saturday We regret to learn that Mrs Oscar Jameson is quite sick with pneumoniaWe have another nice en tertainment by the pupils of the Buffalo Spring Academy assisted by Prof Hockenberrys class on Saturday February 28 It will be held in the school building A neat and attractive program has everybody780 YACOB A MISUNDERSTANDING I Misunderstood symptoms of diseases lead to treat some thing else when the kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney will bring you health when othe medicines have failed Take no substitute South Longmoor nnd W M Kee Harde MUST BE PUSHED Now that Congress has appropriated funds sufficient together with the continuous appropriation to complete the locks and dams to the Three Forks of Kentucky river it behooves every one interested to do all they can to push forward the work at as rapid a rate as possible There haeI been too much delay about this matter alroadyEWe understand that petitions are being circulated asking the as sistance of the Congressman from this District in hastening the work to completion There is so much at stake especially to the citizens of this city and county that we hope every one will sign these petitions that their full weight may be felt by our Repre sentativeDo at once and then keep up the agitation on this subject TO STOP A COLD After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey Tar It never fails to stop a co if taken in time Take nothing else South Long moor and W MoKee Hardie PEAKS MILL The formers are beginning to burn their plant beds atrding in Frankfort lust Tuesday Mr Henry Harrod wife and daughters of Swallowfiekl war laxHDr Barnes was called to Harvie land last Monday to see some patients at Mr James Glass who are very sick with the fever Mrs John Birch field and daugh ter Amy were the guests of he brother Mr John S Pierce and1 family last Friday Moving is all the go IOWI Mr Henry Reynolds one of our blacksmiths moved to Owen countyMr Lew Penn and family will ufiouseworkishanlwomwithot1tGoldDusti move in a short time to their fold home atthe foot of Main street Mr James Jenkins and family are to move to the Rowan Hock ensmith place Mr Tandy Lee and wife were the guests of their daughter Mrs William Rambo on Sunday last Mr William Florian and fam ily of Woodlake passed through our town last Saturday 1Miss Bessie Smith visited Miss Alice nail Miss Bessie Lee on Sun day last Mr Howard Duvall was so un fortunate as to havqa horse burn up in the Thompson stable at Frankfort NOBODY BUT ME Millions of people are familiar with DeWitts Little Earlv Risers and those who use them find them pillsNeverand W McKee Hardie WHY NOT We have been watchingand waiting for some one to assign a sensible reason for the City Coun oils failure to grant the Frankfort and Suburban Railway the ofrfreight to the Hermitage Distil lery and the right of way to the switch yard on the West Side That privilege was granted to haul to the 0 F 0 and Kentucky Distilleries several years ago and we have heard no complaint from anyone Then why not increase the privileges of this company They have been struggling along under all sorts of adverse conditions to give us what wo ought to have in the way of rapid transportation and to show to the out- eideworld that our city is a live town The company deserves and needs better treatment at the hands of every body Let the road stop running once more and then those who oppose the granting of these privileges will be the first and loudest in their condemnation rRestora Water insures healthy kidneys 241t LEG BROKEN While Mr John Dean was as sisting in unloading some logs at the mill of Messrs Kenney Bros on Friday a lever flew around and struck him un the right leg just above the ankle breaking the small bone of the lag Sur gical attention was rendered at once and he is doing very well FOR RENT I offer for rent the storeroom formerly occupied by me on Birdge street South Side Possession given at once RICHARDSONt REWARD FOR GOOD WORK The annual inspection of the iroadbed of the L N Railroad has just been completed The 11 coastrtinned division was awarded to Mr Lafayette Stephens super visor of the Shelbyville to Lex ington Division For thA best condition section Mr Leroy Sud duth of this county was 25 for the uwardedI comJIi1menta complexion by promoting healthy action of the kid neys and digestive appara tus 24lt READ IT Muster Commissioner W III Posey advertises the houso and lot formerly owned by Mr t T Staton on Holmes street Read the ad experimentingFoleys Honey and Tar will pre vent a cold from resulting in pneu monia South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie w INCHEST FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 6NewRiIIILeader iInsist upon having them take no others and you will get ALL DEALERS KEEP 1 V1I y U 7 Y Y fl9vyY Y q To Quit l I I offer my entire stock of China and Glassy are Stoves and Tinware for Sale at For Cash Only k No Goods George RrmI andIIRepetrI Business Cost Charged IlLZ flSte4iin Childrens Go Carts AndCarriages We have just received 50 assort ed Go Carts and Carriages W e have them from 435 up ii American Steel Farm Fencing Cheaper than Barb Wire Let us Show it to youtWe Also Have Nails Floes Paints Lanterns All Kinds Iron Rakes Bolts Screen Wire Buckets Spades Whips Freezers Matches Seed Sowers Brushes Mops Doughkneeders that Make Excellent Beaten Biscuits HARDWARE STAGG BACON MASONIC TEMPLE- t RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALOHTTRCH Rev R L McCreadv rector Holy Communion at 9 a inIt Morning prayer and sermon 11 a In Sundayschool and adult Bible + r class at 046 a m 1 Lenten service Wednesday with Bible London and with lec ture on church history at 780 It m Monday Tuesday and Saturday 480 p m t publicare lrBat 11 a m and 780 p in Special music at evening service ofSundayPerils of the City The 8th oft these will be preached subjectInfidelitySUl1dn school in the chapel at 945 u m Special classes for VOUIIK men Young Society will meet at chapelSeats invited RevGeoLt 11 u in No evening service Christian Endeavor Society will r LeadcrMrsTopic Trust Junior Endeavor Society meets chnpeltnight at 780 MarchingOrdersThe public will be cordially we comed to all these and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH T h CI conductedbytho pastor Hightprtwtcii we n a in- Joo service Sundivyseiiool at 945 a m Koimgpooples Society of Chris iiiiuieuvur moots in the Sunday Sellout room at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 7 80 The pebble cordially Invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J 1tavuge tho pastor will prqacliat 11 a m evening service JSpworcii League moots at 045 In Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 700 oclock- Sundayschool meets at 980 a J m y1ho public cordially invited to nt I SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN t CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m ullda school at 9oO a m r Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 To all these meetings the public inviteelWFORKS OP ELKHORN Miss Nellie Hockensimth lies been the charming guest of her cousin Miss Daisy Hockonsmith for the post two weeks Mr Pride of Union countlhas returned after a Mario Featherstons Miss Cruit Hughes j in Frank fort u lder special treatment oft Dr Wallace MiSS Susie Jetts spent 1 8h1 Ij n New Goods Gorham Sterling Silver Rich Cut Glass Chafing Dishes New things in Jewelry Brooches Hat Pins Hair Claspsl M Seibert Jexiv 1 er e m810 E0mGMGm G E m part of last week in our village with Mrs fdAndsjhas been quite ill is some better The Misses Lockwood of Louis ville were the guests of Miss Sullie Eplor last week Quite a number of our young people attended the entertainment t StampingMiss Sullie Eplor entertained in honor of her guests Wednesday night last nIl present enjoying the evening immensely Mrs Ella Keightly of Louis ivlle was in our village the guest of old friends Miss Sallie Suter who has been visjjjng at Swallowfield for the past two weeks has returned homeMany comic valentines wer received hero Thursday Also some beautiful ones A KID IDAHO WOMEN ELECTED TO OFFICE Mrs Mary A Wright n mem her of the last Idaho Legislature has beun unanimously elected Chief Clerk of the House of Rep r1sen tn ti veSt Miss Parmenl French line been reelected State Superintendent o Public Instruction in Idaho and in fifteen counties women have been elected Superintendents of Public Instruuction In six counties women have been elected to the office of County Treasurer FREQUENT COUGHING Inflames the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar stops the oougning and heals tho lungs The ordinary cough medicines which are simply expo theykeeping oil the phlegm South Long moor und W MeKet Hardie ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will he found tho list ofI advertised letters for the weekend ing February 23 1901 Armilage Garnott Brooks Mrs Ann colored Cntton Willie Oarloto George 2 Hogan Michael Harrod Annie Hieatt B L Lock Jno W Lampkins Minnie JLewis Matilda colored Major Iom J McLono Maurice Mitchell Lillie Bell Macey J Pearce Geo C Robinson MarlEllen Roberts GeorgianRabits i Shobe H Y Sax F O v Simpson au Waynef L yWhenplease say advertised t S B HOLMES Postmaster r Fatal delays are caused by expor imenting with cough and cold cures Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent a cold from resulting in pneu monia South and Wt MoKoe Hardie IIBAD PRACTICESTOP IT There are a lot of boys on South Sido who taro anode theI practice for the last week or of going to the dwellings of citI ixens of that section of the city ringing door bells scratching on the windows and window shutter- inn way to cause ance to solitary nmlnenous ladies This is a bad practice and it should be put a stop to at once before there is serious trouble over it It may be that they do so thoughtlessly or jus for fun but it is all wrong Broken Bits a fine homemade taffy candy at is cents per pouf at LaugdonOreasey Cos Jus muchetlRE VALENTINE DANCE The dance given at theYM 11 Hall last week celebrating St Valentines Day was a very en joyable affair and one of the most successful social events of the season Many attractive and pretty home girls as well as fair and charming visitors from sur rounding cities graced the oc- r casion with their presence The young ladies wore exceedingly beautiful costumes that serve to enhance the rare beauty of the wearers while tho gentlemen wore the conventional evening dress Pretty and artistic pr6grames were given each lady and gentle man and were retained by ninny as souvenirs of the event While quite a number of our most pop- nine young ladies assisted in get ting up tho dance and making it a success riuinh of its success was undoubtedly due to the efficient Committed on Invitation Ar rangement and Entertainment Misses Freda V ei Ben burg Jesse ODell and May mo VVinkler Putnam Fadeless Dye Scarlet is tile brightest of all red dyestuffs very fast on wool andsilk tOe per package Sold by South Longmoor Extra nice California prunes at LnngdonCreasey LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CURE In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe at tack of what is called la grippe says F L Hewitt a prominet druggist of Winfield 111 Tho only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Itbroke up tho cold and stopped tho soughing like magic and have over since been troubled with la CoughRemedyupon to break a cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia It Is pleasant to take too Which makes it the most desirable and one of the most popular prepar ailmentsFor ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers lines your skin itch and burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the skin so you fuel seen in company Do scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form thesSwollen Joints Falling Hair All Soressare symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B BSB Botanlca Blond Balm which BIjthetsweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor headerse bytbottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical ad vice given E2TFor Sale by W McKee Hardie 48ly 2 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending a sketch and doacrptlonmay- quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Is Commnncn konlatentbdPatents taken through Blunn Co receive rptdal notice without charge In tho Scientific American- handsomely Illustrated weekly rBOit ely of scientific Journal Terms a nowedealenS3619roadway Branch Office F SU Washington D C Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE writesMrsSprings N C I had consump tion so bad that the best doctors said I could not live more than a month but I begun to use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivaled lifesaver in consumption pneumonia la grippe and bron chitis infallible for coughs colds asthma hay or whoop ing cough Guaranteed bottles 50 cents und Trial bottles free at J W Gnyles drug store- NOTICE MrsjAnnpresent game me proven as re quired by law on or before April 1901 and all persons indebted to her are notified to settle such indebtedness with me as her administrator at once JULIA HALY Admr of Ann Holy deceased 23lm MARDI GRAS February 19WCH excursion tickets will be sold at one fare round trip via L N to Now Orleans Mobile and Pensacola on February 12th to 18th inclusive good to return until March 7 1901 Through Sleepers and Coaches from Louisville and Evansville i4uiiiii IQuestion Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers an your grnnd mothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scnrw ttpponIdieitisfailure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and va stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stim 1 ulate the nervous and organic action of the system null that is all they took when feeling dull and bad headaches and other aches You J 4Augustflmake you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you ForIsale by S B Holmes 41y YEARS EXPERIENCE t WeJ GRiJNWALDtJ i Professional Piano and Or nn Timor and Repalror will visit Frnnltfort ovory 80 days Leave ordure GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 22ly DO YOU WANT To Hell your real estate timber or coal stock of Do you want to buy or exchunpo for any kind of property Write me with aU the pnrtioulurH as bo ablo to help you Address J M N Charleston W Yn Box Dec I5ly ifi For Sale fARambler is offered for sale Apply at ft this ofliee ti rVsalesmen in each State pormanen position salary and expenses ex perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works K Greensboro N C 25mlq fl Good onristmasJI suggestion II i One of the most pleasing and sensible articlesFri we could suggest as a mas gift is the latest improved if Cyco Bearing Bissell sweeper How many pleasure hours it rF would add to the domestic lifeIand what a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction R Rogers Sonsd- ec 1ly T OOUNTY STATISTICS The following statistics are taken from tho County Assessors books which have just been com pleted Amount of bonds 35000 Amount of notes secured by murtgage164103A- mount of other notes 128006 Amount of siooounts 024813 Amount of cash on hand 40782 Amount of cash on de posit in bunk 08800 Amount on deposit with other corporations 10200 Amount cash or deposit with individuals 5100 Amount money at inter est 33800 Amount of stock in joint stock companies or as sociations not paid on by companies or asso ciations 285050 Stock in foreign corpo rations 00000 No acres of land 128881 Val with improvements2410180 No town lots 1508 Val city lots with im provoments 2149508 No thoroughbred or stan t dard stallions 0 Val 1100 3tfo thoroughbred or stan dard inures and colts 213 Val 8875 3flo stallions of common stock 3 Val 200 No geldings mares and colts common stock 8128 PO519NoVal 17892 Np jacks 0 Val 450 No jennets 2 30rdard bulls 4 t Val 155 Noithoroughbred or standard calves 100 Val 2845l 3To bulls cows calves and steersof common stock 5445 10JOt4NVal 11095 No hogs 3831 Val 17325 Val of agriculturariin- plementa 9882 ill Val of products for tax ation after deducting JtiRVfD il1J HAIR can It Slow growthof comesfrom of food The hair has no life It is starved It keeps coming out gets thinner and thinner bald spots then actual badness The only good hair food you buy is feeds hair Viso the roots stops starvation and the hair grows thickand long It cures dan druff also Keep a yourdressing It always restores grayhaircc always soo a bottle All druggist Vigortotried for the hair Ily hair was thoughtIused only one bottle and my hair stopped Jnnd long land ia now NANOV J July YOnkersNY Will the Doctor ThoHwill receive a free Address omfanswor Lowoll Mass crop grown within a year and in hands of 955 Value of carriages buggies wagons bicycles etc 41850 Vnl of slaughtered ani mnlst 02 Val sewing machines 4728 Val safes 1885 VaK manufacturing im plements 50805 Vial household and kitchen furniture above exemptions 142118 Val of piano and other musical instruments 11888 No of paintings 15 Val 1280 Val raw materials used f in manufacturing 70174 Val manufactured arti cles 28900 Val library 8220 No diamonds 5 Val 5551 Val watches and olooka 0708 Val of jewelry 1374 Val gold and silver plated ware 5970 Steam engines including boilers 5070 Val boats or other water crafts or interest therein 475 Val whisky wines etc not in bonded ware houses 24190 Val of stock of goods 208574 Val of property held for anothor 5CO Val of miscall any all n property not mentioned above 85203 Total value of lands 2410180 Total value of city lots 2149568 Totalvalue personal prop erty not money 1880202 Total amount of exemptions on household and kitchen furniture 258875 Grand total all property assessed 6192020Le-gal voters 2898 Children between 0 and 20 1977 Ponnc1s of tobacco raised during year 1528100 Pounds of hemp raised during year 80000 Tons of hay raised dur ing year 2010 Bushels of corn raised during year 148877 Bushels of wheat raised during year 84888 Bushels of oats raised during year 14550 Bushels of barley raised during year 1188 Bushels of grass seed raised during year 600 No acres of wheat 3540 No acres of corn 2489 No acres of meadow 1076 No acres of woodland 501 No acres of tobacco 1013 A FAMILIAR FALSEHOOD When a customer seeks to pur chase some wellknown widely advertised standard article and the dealer tries to sell him something else containing the offered substitute to be just as good that dealer is guilty of flagrant fasehoodIf substitute were just as good it would sell on its own merit and would be called for by cus tomers instead of having to be unloaded upon them by means of falsehood and deceit The very fact of the comparison tns good proves the claim todbe untrue Wo measure up uqt down We measure tho less by the greater not the greater by the less When therefore some unknown or little known article is ranged up for measurement by a well known standard article the very fact of such measurement and comparison stamps the sub stitute as a lesser thing than the standard article with which it is comparedBut is only half tho truth By this we prove the claim just as good to be a falsehood but the extent of that falsehood it is im possible to estimate Just as good means fn generaladul tel lation in place of purity an un certain quality instead ofa car tam quality cheap material in stead of good material And be yond all this the adulterants maybe not simply make weights and cheats but in some oases may be dangerous poisonsWWhen the dealer says just as good ask yourself just as good for whom YOl will find in theI answer to that question the motive of substitution which is the extra profit paid the dealer by the sale of the substitutes and r i TheMdkin i j1I Ly in the uiSBegins I Anywherebetween the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled 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 care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand 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 Is a list of articles With each package In which tbe List is found the purchaser has bought a of somo article to bo selected by or from the List subject only to the condition that the nature on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY imitations of standard wares Practically the dealer says when practicing the gentle art of substi tution This is just as good for you because it is a great deal more profitable for me and any thing is good eomiuh for you which increases In profits IiIItr 6 ISalRemnantsWill Last Only A Few DaysLonger Come And Get a BargainWhile Have the- Opportunity Dr KHBIN BillnaWnuaay Mrsh cured a4 hone oath ir ofprdoItIYVwoa N X iijWii IIfJDM i PLYMOUTH AND PITTBSURG COAL i lfreshlythe best quality Leave your orders while it is lur eJand clean and they shall have my personal nttontiollIi Hoge Coal and Feed Company t W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7yrnara rr IIV BADLY BURNED IW 0 regret to learn that the two year old daughter of Mr Fre Hollis jr was badly burned at the home of her parents on Shelby street yesterday morning The little one was playing with a hearthbroom and stuck in the fire when her clothing ignited and her face and head were burned Her condition is critical Reports show a greatly increased loath rate from and lung troubles duo to the prevalence of croup pneumonia and grippe Wo advise the use of One Minute Counl Cure in all of those difficulties- Is It the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Children like it South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie INAUGURAj IVia Queen Crescent Route wayfortions on the Q C Tickets on sale March 1st 2d3rd goud returning until March 9th Lower rates are made for parties of twentyfive or more of organized military companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any Q A C ticket agent who will give you further information if desire Ior address W C RINEARSON G P A Cincinnati Uhio INOTICE 1yFRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Emma Wlvurill c Plaintiffs vsdAverillc Defendants All porsonH claims UKninut M D AvoriU deceased are hereby notified to appovagNboforo mo und prove eluiiUH or uroscnt tho to mo proven us minimi by law on or before April lat JOHN S HARROD Mlm Special Commissioner O NOTICE COURTRVRoso t tatsofnod to appear before ino und prove their claims a or proriont tho xamsto flit u even as required by low on or boforo April let a WHPOSEYMmO NOTICE FRANKLIN OIROUI COURT Edmonn Blocks Admr Plaintiff t antpAlIIIlrHoulI vs a r tlio estntQ nottllcl1or present thorn to me proven an required byon or boforo April 101 DMmO = JU =rDO YOU WEAR If xo lot Utc A fRLJSSIi J W GAYLE DrugistiM- arlcuthoua Car Ann and Broadway Frankfort 2Hy KyJ= lU1 A THOUGHTFUL AND KINDLY ACIFor some time Mr WW Long moor has had quite a museum in fromiwaters He recently donated the collection to the City Schools Among the curios are an alligator four feet long two smaller ones several alligator eggs a hammerheadshark a sea horse a saw fish and a num t ber ofothers which we do not now remember Of course these are all handsomely mounted We are sure we voice the senti ments of every one when we corn friendtyFr that is highly appreciated by the teachers and scholars and will bo a valuable aid in the work of the schools We hope others who have collections ofa similar character f will do the graceful act and follow exampleILike bad dollars nil counterfeits of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo are quicklyGureseases South Longmoor and W McKeo Hardie LAST BEFORE LENT On Tueshay night the last Ger Hiau of the antelehten season was givdn by the Frankfort Ger r IrHarrylargely attended by pretty girls and gallant beaux and greatly enjoyed A powerful engine can not be run- oantkeepa weak stomach neither can tofitnot digest enough food to keep the asKodoluSed It nests what you eat and simply but do you good MoKeeHardiej SLICK CITIZEN For quite awhile there has been a man with a glib tongue visiting the residences of this city offering tablecloths and towels for sale He has the tablecloths and a sample of the towels with him He oaks a good price for the table cloths which he sells and deliverst at once biit as an inducement for purchasers he offers the towels at ridiculously low figures for future delivery conditioned 1 xupon the purchase of the tablecloths r Several persons bought talbeuloth at high figures and are now awaiting the delivery of tolta4 There ore many ways ofwork tug good people but this is a very slick one to say the least FOR SALE AND RENT Having decided to quit business I offer for sale my entire stock at COST I IUYbuilding BUCKLEYmF202w LOW RATESIOn account of the Chesapeake Ohio will sell round trip RailwayI Washington and all stations on March 1st 2d and r 8d at one fare for theround trip 1455 from Lexington good to return until March 8th A rate of one cent per mile each way 1150 from Lexington will be made for uniformed nlil itry organizations traveling in a This will afford an oppor tunity to make a cheap New York as the round trip lflteI from Washington to New York is but 1000 The 0 d 0 has the dailyPersonsare requested to send in their names for sleeper reservations at once GEORGE W BARNEY Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky i 1NARROV ESCAPE IVhilo assisting in removing horses from the big Thompson fire on Tuesday Thos Alcorn colored came near losing his life The smoke was so dense that he was forced to go to a small win dow on the east side of the build ing breaking the glass and put his head through Mr Pat New man and some others saw Alcorn and put a ladder up to the window and pulled him out just in time JRestora Invaluable for indigestion and kidney troubles 241 t TO QUIT BUSINESS Owing to the demands made upon his time by tIde Frankfort and Suburban Railway and other interests Mr John T Buckley has determined to retire from the china glass and queensware bus iness He offers in todays paper his entire stock of goods at cost for cash Read his announce ment GOOD PLACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEY FOR SALE STOCKS AND BONDS 21 shares of Frankfort Water Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Temple stock 15 Masonic Temple Bonds lOB 610 shares Frankfort Cincinnati By stocks Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Cos 4per cent bonds of 10000 each 10 Frankfort Cincinnati By Cos 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 65 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 80 shares Capital Gas Elec tric Light Cos stook REAL ESTATE 1 storeroom on Main street Frankfort 2 storerooms in the Williams Block South Frankfort 800 feet of lots fronting on Shelby street South Frankfort Ky known as the J Stoddard Johnston property livery stable in the Williams Block South Frankfort Ky About 42 acres of land on But timers Hill outside of city limits with a good two story house on it all in good grass it is a fine dairy farm Also one lot on Holmes street containing about 7 acres formerly owned by Church Bros Also a fine two story brick dwell ing on Main street adjoining the property of W S Dehoney and formerly owned by Church Bros Sales will be made upon reasonable time For particulars apply to JOHN W RODMAN or DR J S COLLINS Feb 9tf- THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 a in daily leav Lexington 10f0 in arrive Chattanooga 5F0 p in arrive Atlanta 1025 p in arrive Jacksonville 880 a in Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p in has through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jack eveningIoute hour schedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson ville for points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Southern Railway AvenuoIIW A TURK AgentWashington 0 WM H A YLOE A G P A Louisville Ky PILES OF PEOPLE Testify to the merits of Banner Salve in curing piles It is guaran Sou h k Longmooi and W McKee Handle L l NOTICE I have rented out my place on Fourth Ave to Judge ORear tny family will JO to New York but I am no 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 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel E E HUME 173m You Shoul d Use MILES JEM FOUR FIRST Becausfe it is the best FLOUR ih the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of8home manufactory ant home labor 3s employed in its pr duction Phes E Mlilling- nO JN MILES Sec BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses other salve lotion ointment or balm for outs corns burns boils sores fel ons ulcers totter salt rheum fever eruptlomguaranteed Only 25 cents at J W Gaylos PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION WASHINGTON D C MARCH 4 1901 Louisville Ky February 1 1901 To Coupon Ticket Agents L N R R senlroundtrip 2d and 8d and make final limit March 9th Use ironclad contin uous passage forms and mark Special For regularly organized military Companies and Brass Bands in uniform accompanying them twentyfive 25 or more on one ticket rate of one cent per mile in each direction plus arbitraries may bo made Agents at Louisville Lexing ton Winchester and stations on St Louis Division will please note that rates for Military Compa nies and Brass Bands apply only for fifty 50 or more traveling- on one ticket from their stations Following are rates for Military Companies from special stations and others will be furnished upon 1825 Lexington 1155 Nashville 1570 Memphis 1890 Birmingham Montgomery 1045 1555I 1970 Mobile 2005 leans2250 C STONE General Passenger Agent CURIEHOW TO GRIP rRemain alt and take- Chamberlains Cough Renldyas dl roted and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counteracts any tendency of grip to result In pneumonia which only the real danger e tens of thousands who hitvoused it for the grip not one casqhofi ever been reported that recover For sale by J W Gayle House and Lot at Commissioners Sale COURTAdnJP Equity By rendered In tin above term will sell nt public and best bidder o the Courthouse door the Ky between the hours of on n credit of and the following tThe of ground situated on Kentucky it be and on south side nt the middle of an nUlr belonszlng to OroUl foot to 1utnc rJ feet more or less to the house thence north to Holm thence west to the be side of tho J T Stnten with good find sum dent interest date to have of a replevin bond A lien on tho property nold until money paid W POSBY 242t Master Commissioner i EASTERN RY TABLE 20TH 1900 MILES BOUND DaliEx No2 y PM AM 0 22 0 F 240 F800 260 F 8 20 fer F 8 hiJ2i F816 8 ro 8 22 8 80 Fields F 8 88 F 9 00 j0 City 8 68 0 00 325 F 9 F 0 F 0 F 9 F 9B8 F l 03F10 Tnnetlon 5 Lv Ar 5 I 5 F10 F5 e FJO 5t 5 59 F5 607Fl122 615 1180 MILES BOUND DallTEx8un 101 625 225 083P283 F 6 49F282 0 2 i9 F7 F 8 P9t9RAIn 710 F 8 7o Junction 7 8 23 7 8 tAr 7 ro 540 67 F 7 F 8 83 62 7 8 58 F767F860 Bridge F8 401 BOSF408 ro riO 4 47I F F 26 44a 8 4 80 40 8 83 Fields 859F454 t Junction 9 5 D23F6 20 5 F943FB83 949F540 6 Ffffi8P560 o 6 EN LINE TO THEI THWEST STATION STATION Parlor Cars Room Sleepers D P A N StHt LouJHvlll IDr Powders are needs when in bad blood purifier and are not food but in use to put a horse Price 20 cents J W Gayle and Co o ndWllakay 5111 cured 3t horn 11 ont Iln Book of WOOLLEVC UillM i6f iillii7iiI FOR SALE Ilhe residence of the late Dr R C Gayle a 1 Switzer Well im prpved and in good couditiou Apply to J W GAYLE 224t Frankfort 8k J SOUTHERN RfllLWflY IN KENTUCKY nCondensed Sohadil la nett Miy II IMft NOLN 6 N0i p45ArAr LVrenccb B50atn 626pm P45pea 1004paaArWESTBOUND Nab Nat E- ireLexington 73Oam t35pm ISat ra Ar Versailles 765am 635 florSTATION 1C i745am Liv LouUvll Ar 740pm i0a01tarJ823pm 1000am Lv LarncbrgAr 630pm 8IO715pm 1043am ArHarodsbcLv 4iOpin 720am tlJABTDOUNDsTATions 4qppm 745am LV Loulsvll Ar lQ40xn 740m 632pm 9lOum IT SholbvUAr 910am C15jw 47pm tazsnm Lv Vcrsllen Ar 760am 602p 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am S40pm 740pm lL50am Ar GcorRtn Lv 700am 310M6 WKSTHOUIT- tNo 5i STATIONS ItNo iltNo 1 740pm1022am1102am 783pm Ar Nlohlvlll Ar68am 40ftpm 310pm105pmSTATIONS No No 1 L1 Louisville 745am 745 m Ar Lexington 1045um l0 746sa1Ar515amArLv Chattanooga 605pm aSSam Ar Atlanta io25pm n50u 3seeArJacksonvilleLv Chattanooga p10pm 84M 11461ArAr New Orleans asoaml 1 No through sleeping oar Louisville to Bite ingham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation chaircar LoUlavlll to Lexington No 8 tree observation chair oar Lexington H LouUvllle No sle ptngcar Blrsligham to LoulsvlU via Lexington All trains between Louisville Xextagtoaa ft Durcn daily- Beeweea VersaiUea std 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