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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x HE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTor Bi GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advtnt tt1 J i VOLo XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKYSATURDAY MARCH 2 1901 NO 25 1 f KENTUCKYS HONORED DAUGHTER j l Ve clip the following from th 1Vnshmgton D C Post of Sun day February 24 which sho y e highsi t in the D A R Society y Mrs William Lindsay wife of- Senator Lindsay from Kentucky received the largest share of elec toral votes ever cast in the D A R Society for any officer or regent 446 This demonstrates effect ively her popularity her eificicl as an officer und her standing in gracioustswhenever she stepped upon the platform was greeted with the most on thusiasito applause k k i Mrs William Lindsay then re quested an appropriation from the congress for a gold medal to Ve presented to the best student in American history in the Columbian University She read a let ter from Dr Chas C Swisher professor of history stating tha medals had been presented for Scotch history by Andrew Car negie and for Irish history by T F Valsh and that if the National Sooiety of the Daughters of the American Revolution were to pre sent a medal for American history 4 they would he conferring a most gracious honor which would not fail to he appreciated When are billions use those famous little pills known as D Witts Little Early Risers t qleanse the liver and bowels he never gripe South Longmoor tnd W MqKee Hardie HONEYSUCKLEI Mr Terrell Mitchell will in a few days move to Woodford t county near the Old Crow Dis tillery The different tracts of land be longing to Mr Harrison Sudduth deceased were sold Saturday public sale Mr Geo Hulolte bought the old home purse uuii will niove there in a short time The amount realized fqr the several tracts were something over 5100Iruary lth a bouncing boy Lost strayed or stolen From the promises of Mr Alex Rodgers Mr Thornty Cook The same disappeared some weeks ago wearing five shirts Any one finding and delivering to the owuereither the shirts or wearer will be eithe- kindly rewarded or duly punished Mr James Withmore has de cided to accept a position with Mr Scoby in the sawmill business and will reside at Zilpah instead of Lexington as before stated The little son of Mr Robt Sud duth has been very ill for several days with congestion of the lungs Welcome thrice welcome Lily of the Valley We thought you had entirely forsaken us or that the cold winter blasts had shilled you that wo must wait until the balmy breezes of spring had come to revive you DiedAt his home in this county February 22 MrRowlund Roberts of oonsumptont He was gentlemnnIFork on Sunday May the Lord in his infinite mercy comfort his bereaved OIK s So Miss Clarie has several strings to her bow and some of them have buggies also us i seems that way judging from taiii young gents who passed u Bark Branch en route to Mt Zion this other Sunday All kinds of notions and fancy goods a full line of groceries constantly on hand at the store1 of our hufctling business mon jMr Charles Marshall MOLLIE YOCUiIi SWITZER The spring term of school begat blandeHead as teacher familybuvothe residence of the late Dr R C Gayle He expects to rebuild in the early spring The following pupils were granted diplomas by State Superintendent H V MoOhesney at graduates of the common school course Irene Dawson Fannie Jones Pryor Hookensmith Tame Stigers Rodman Wiley Grover Jones The lowest general n 81Iage of any pupil was 92 per Mr J W Scott has fitted u the second story of his store house where he keeps on hand a nice line of buggies You would do well to examine his stock be fore purchasing elsewhere Mrs Resor Jones George Darn aby and E R Jones were sum moned to Lexington last week to sistertMessrs Head Switzer are deal jug extensively in leaf tobacco Their purchases to date amount to near a quarter of a inilion pounds SWITZERITE See that you get the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it The genuine is n certain sure for piles sores and LongYWHITE SULPHUR Moving is all the go now Miss Katie Rogers has returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Butler who has been very low for some time is much better Mr Northcutt and wife are go ling to move to Georgetown Mr Jesse Mefford will move in Mr Northcutts property Mr J B Estes and wife have returned from n visit to their sister l frs Kate GainesI rj Miss Offie Deavers will take up hat snhonl at this place the first Monday in March Miss Ham brick of Georgetown is visiting Miss Katie Rogers o White Sulphur Mr J H Gaines is on this sick list this week sQe11Irreven ingGUESS WHO WORLDWIDE l1ISSIONSI Tomorrow morning March Sd all the Christian Churches in Statelmake their annual offering to worldwide missions And all signs indicate an offering of un precedented liberality The Foreign Christian Missionary Society through which they operate has been inexistence just twentyfive years The growth of its receipts from 1700 the first year to overIi 180000 last year rapid rate of progress This year it confidently expects to pass the 200000 mark It has expended- in all from the first 147200885 It has missionaries in Scandina via Turkey China Japan Africa alIIIe memberpship of s Sundayscbdols number 6871 It has medical missionaries which treat 50000 patients yearly Itj has a niunbor of orphanages hos pitals land dispensaries The Christian Church of this city sup ports its own missionary Dr VIE Macklin of Nankin China who has been sixteen years in thee field and is icing a wonderful al work TWICI PROVEN From the Vindicator Ruther fordton N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasi ft to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twits with the most remarkable results in each case First with non matism in the shoulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for ten drays which wits rO1 lieved with two applications partsPefit and entire relief in n very short time Second in rheumatism in thigh joint almost prostrating Him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rub bing wth the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by J W Gayle IMPROVEMENT Mr Walter G Chapman rokel ground on Wednesday for new home on Wapping streets on the I6t purchased from Mr Sam D Johnson It will be a hand WillI A GOOD COUGH MEDICINEI FOR recomImending Remedy says F P Moran a well known and popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough and it has always given perfect satisfaction It was com mended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for chit dren as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by J W Gayle 1A NEST Ii BY GELETT BURGESS Gelett Burgess has chosen a unique plot for his new story A Mans Part to appear in theE thefis so absorbing as to demand close reading It has to do nI a sweetheart a conflagration a telephone a sulky and repentant suitor ISTRIKES A RICH FIND I was troubled for several y ars with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all he med ioines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for She says electric Bit jersare just splendid for female that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our 50cIGayle CLARA MORRISS LITTLE AC ROBAT GIRL Clara Morris the famous hci tress has developed into a story whose cleverness is con r1IIjust finished a story called The Little Acrobat Girl It is n pathetic romance of the stage publiCajtiOll 4I e I Eclipsed I All sales held heretofore in Frankfort been totally eclipsed by our sale of the haveIstock The values are supreme and many gains are yet left S l 60c I 69c II 647 15Q Choice of all Monarch and Wilson Bros Fancy StiffBosom Shirts remaining They sold for 100 and 150 J Choice of all remaining Oxford Mufflers They sold at 100 and 150 1Any 1000 Suit in the Hudson Stock at this price IAt this price you may have pick of any 250 Childs Suit in the house r Ages 3 to 16 1 iA new shipment of Spring styles of Ladiesa n Ideal Kid Shoes opened this week Bu ton Pttlee 350S I R1Kr McClure Son I tl 212214 ST CLAIR STREET Ifj ff f Ii 11f 1Ni M mM t i f a I W J I Ii We w I IJ M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL 1 f i SAFFELLS i J- J Staple and Fancy Groceries I w A China and Glassware Fine Wines and Whiskies NI a 71 lfr We ask our city and country friends to call at 2 12 Ann Street and inspect our goods MY i v J1J ll J MSafeHSon S i r1JaT1 fir f foA i t 31 Lat = fJo JI1 ili 1f 1 ir i to 1 I IO WJ of Jr OPEN jfr r a Our New Store is Nqw Open for Business with Seasonable Goods Dry Goods Carpets Matting l Come and See ussi rtdVVt Corner Main and Lewis Streets Frankfort Ky h 1f PERSONALS t if Mr Robert Gray of Versailles was in the city on Saturday Miss Anna Lillard of Lawrence r burg was the guest of Mrs W Farmer Second street this wvee Mr Edward and Mr Ed Farme- of Louisville were guests of Mr W S Farmer on Sunday Mr O C Kenney who has been at his old home in Owen SaturdaNnight Col W M Cravens of New Cas- tlefi was in the city Tuesday Mr J L Earlywine of Paris was in the city this week Miss Esther Burnam attended I the Washingtons Birthday Hop at Richmond on Friday- SMiss Maggie T Russell who ha been the guest of her sister Mrs J T Gaines at Crescent Hill has returned home Mrs John G Rogers who has boon visiting her sister Mrs C L Graham in Georgetown re turned home Saturday night Mr Kelly manager of the + CUtvisitedy 1and wife in Lexington Saturday and Sunday Dr O R Buckmaster of mond was the guest of his brothe- Dr R P Buckmaster Sunday Major WT Seitz of West Lib- ertyi Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue for this District was here this week Mr Goo L Barnes and family visit have rgonevto Bowling Green to Mrs S T Bailey of Versailles was the guest of sister Mrs J B Lewis this week Miss Mollie F Berryman who has been visiting relatives in Versailles for several weeks returned home Monday Miss Theresa and Mis Ada Hemphill of Versailles vis ited Mrs W H Posey South Side rthe first of the week 11 Mrs Howard S Sinclair o Georgetown spent several days with her in this city this r i week He is on duty as U S i Storekeeper at the O F C Din tillery Mr J Buford Hendrick has re turned from New Orleans where he attended the Mardi Gras I Mrs Florrie Rodman has re t turned front Louisville Mrs Albert A Stoll of Louis yule week was a visitor in this city last ir Mrs Virgil Hewitt is visiting her sister Mrs Van Anda in New Morgan Chinn and chit Cityrreturned from a visit to Mr Wes Cardwell at Miss Rose Crittenden has re turned from a visit to Louisville Mr R J Lynch and bride have returned from their wedding trip J Dallas Coke of Louis 1llvme has been the guest of rely v tives here her old hone this Iweek Miss Mary Phil Parrish of Mi I way was a visitor here this week l Jud e E C Orear attended court at Owlngsville on Wednesday and of weekThursday Mr Loraine Rogers of New York iI r City was called here by the sorio t illness of his brother MrR Rogers Dr E H Black is visiting his daughter Mrs Jas A Hodges in LouisvilleMiss McKee of Woodford county and Miss Sullivan of Rich omnd Va were guests of Mrs J B Lewis Third street Thursday and Friday Miss Bessie Vaughan of Law visitingfrIendsSide for the past week has re turned home itheMr H S Banta of Louisvill- was called here by the death of hi father Mr H G Banta Londonko esterday to bring prisoners to the pens cents per can at lLangcionCreasey Cos 25lt MINOR OFFICERS ELECTED The Court of Appeals has se lected the following minor officers of that court SergeantatArmaJasOCon- nell of Mt Sterling Assistant T J Smitho f Elizabethtown TipstaffLeander Guffy o Morgantown JanitorC R Williams of Louisville SPLENDID SOLDIER PRO MOTED thrS Cavalry has been pro motel to LieutenantColonel of the 18th US Cavalry ColSwigert is one of Frankforts finest men He is now serving in the Philip pines and was promoted for gal lantry in action He is a brother of Capt Jacob Swigert and Mr Joe Swigert of this city We are proud of our boyhood chum Sugar corn at 5 cents per can a 2oltsHOUSEKEEPERS PLEASE NOTICEE You are requested to donate to a good cause through the rum mage sale all discarded clothing books pictures furniture in fact all things relegated to your attics and cellars including old hose water bottles and shoes A wagon will call for any dona tions made before or during the sale which will begin Monday March 11th in a prominent store room on Main street and continue throughout the week morning noon and evening Putman Fadeless Dye Sk Blue produces the bright shade- of Blue so desirable in and other fancy articles lUc per package Sold by South and Longmoor MARTINdAFTERNOON A Mens Mass Meeting will be held at the Y M C A tomorrows afternoon at 330 oclock Evangelist Martin of Denver Col will deliver an address- A large crowd is expected as Rev Martin is a speaker of wide prominence The hall will be open at 2 p m All men will be admitted free The musical to have been held Monday evening at the Y M C A has been postponed REFUSED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS- e sThe people who read newspapers andmagazines have as a rule a conIsolel1ce matterIsome comes to the surface that publishers have some scruples in this respect The Ladies Home Journal for example will accept just so many columns of advertisements and no more This proportion for in stance is seventy columns of advertisements as against 122 col umnsof reading matter in each- f issue of 48 pages When the advertising space is full all business is declined The skeptical may ask But is there any bus iness left to decline There is decidedly For nearly every issue during 1900 there were from four to twentysix more columns of doe sirable advertising rflceived than could be accepted andus each column in the Journal costs 1 000 the publishers turned away thousands of dollars which sim ply because of principle they wculd not accept So the inter eats of the public are sometimes regarded where they are not popu larly supposed to be AN HONEST MEDICINE FOR tLAGRIPPE George W Waitt of South Gar diner Mo says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the ven dor Chamberlains Cough Rem edy is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used lone bottle of it and the chills Ircon an honest medicine For sale by J W Gayle REDUCED RATES Special reducd rates to Califor nia Queen Crescent Route great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and ex cellent train serivce Ask Queen adeDBullsCOUGH 1 cures Hacking Coughs DroncbitistGrippe all severe lung affections consumption Take warmng Act at once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prescription used over 50 years Price only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont be im posed upon RefuSe the ealers substitute it is not as good as Dr jaIls RheumatismAches J ifTEIEGROOERIES AND LIQUORS 4 LOWEST PRICES 7 JOBrDRISCOLLS fJ i f t ron BAJE DY I SOUTH LONGMOOR LECO MPTE GAYLE CO GUY BARRETT I t HOWARD NOONAN W McKEE HARDIE G B SALENDER I 192m D L KENNEDY I 1 i f L Norih Western Limitedf Electric = Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and lYIinneapolisn Leaves Chicago 630 p m every dayJ 1 Daylight Train leaves Chicago 900 a m daily iNight Express 1015 p m daily x Duluth and St Paul Fast Mail 10 pm Daily ijfI il iO fAll Agents Sell Tickets Via s Jf1I3IIICAGO nORTHWESTERn RI su itThe Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and DuluthlAddress W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago Y F LeCompte Gayle Co DRUGGISTS South Side Frankfort Ky OUR NEW NOVELTY JAPANESE GOLD FISH IN MINIATURE AQUARIUMS ALLISIZES ALL PRICES Sole BnckeyeYapor bz 8 D rOENSON CO 3i T 811 MEaia E3t l1 SPECIAL SALE Specialsale Black and Colored Wove Dress Goods at just half price All Suits Jackets and Separate Skirts at i half price to close out stock x SPECIAL SALES 32 inch wide French Scotch and American j Ginghams at gc yard They are worth 20 and YardJJ MATRIMONIAL HARPERCROCKER are out announcing the marriage of our genial young friend Col Geo B Harper of the F C Railway to Miss Sallie Neal Crocker which will occur at the East Liberty Presbyterian Church J Pittsburg Penn Tuesday even ing March 12 at 8 oclock i If the fair rideto be is half as 1 handsome and lovable as George rl Harper is popular she will soon i capture Frankfort and thats no J either HODGES DICKERSON In Jeffersonville Ind February 27 Mr Will Hodges of Louisville and Miss Jessie Dickerson of this city were married The bride is a popular young girl Mr Hodges is an industrious young man Gold dust pumpkin 5 cents per can at LangdonCreasey Cos25it WILL ASK FOR A HUNDRED THOUSAND The grentState of Missouri has taken an initial step toward col lecting and presenting a fine ex hibit of its resources and indus tries at the PanAmerican sition In view of the fact thntIt a Worlds Fair to the Louisiana Purchase will beheld in St Louis in 1908 much would naturally be expected of Missouri at the PanAmerican Ex J1 n COAL Does not warm except through combustion Food does not nourish except through digestion t You mayas well huga coal pile to get warm as t expect to nourish went out ot food which wmi cannot diRest Dr Pierces GoldellMedical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition It enables the to assimilate food and so put on sound flesh and develop strong muscle The praise I would like to give your Golden Medical Discovery I cannot utter words or describe with writes Tomes Ambrose KM of ix Mifflin Street Huntingdon CI was taken down with what our physicians said was indigestion I doctored around here no relief J wrote and sent me a question blank to fill out and I did so and you then me to use Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I took three bottles and I felt so good that I being as I think cured I no symptoms of gastric trouble or indigestion now Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cost of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for paper or 31 stamps for cloth binding to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N It- t Manchester Chambrey Ginghams 32 inches wide while they last 12 r2cts yard SPECIAL SALE ico 2 clasp F W L Kid Gloves now 8gc 150 2 clasp new Our Own Kid Gloves now 125 175 2 clasp Ceitemeri Kid Gloves now 158t200 L Button Fisk Clarke Flagg Kid Glove now 175 One lot Kid Gloves 350 slightly soiled Iff AMn JOHNSON CO J Car- dsr tIstory position To that end Gov Stephens has appointed as a Board of Commissioners to the Exposition at Buffalo list of thoroughly representative citizens of that State The president of the Board is the Hon Alexander G Coch ran General Solicitor of the Mis souri Pacific Railway System The vicepresident is Chas W Green editor of the Brookfield Argus who was secretary of the Missouri Commission to the Worlds Fair at Chicago The treasurer is a well known finan cier of St Louis Win H Thompson president of the National Bank of Commerce A well known newspaper man Mr Robert N Yost of St Louis has been chosen secretary The comimssion in cludes besides the representative citizens already mentioned the following Bernard Corrigan the Kansas City capitalist A J En right a prominent attorney of St Joseph Cornelius Roach editor of the Carthage Democrat and secretary of the State Senate E nttorneYIof Jature Victor 0 Coltrane of Springfield speaker pro tein of the Missouri House of Represent atives W H Grifhs editor of the Sedalia Sentinel PnuIAp1ericnn David R Francis of St Louis and J J Swofford of Kansas City Members of the Womans Board of Managers for Missouri are Mrs A M Dookery of GnU tin wife tf the Governorelect and Mrs J H Cuten of Jefferson CitroIThe members of the commission memIberetigers realize that the ability of St Louis and the State of Missouri to accomplish what has been projected for 1908 in cominemo ration of that great historical event the Louisiana Purchase will bo gauged to some extent by the foreign Governments and the people who attend the PanAmer ican Exposition by what is done by Missouri at that Exposition Indeed this will be the first op portunity Missouri lane had to show the far western States what its resources and industries are The editor of the Brookfield Argus Mr Chas W Green vice president of the Commission is especially active in promoting the work of gathering a representa tivo exhibit for Missouri The PanAmerican Board con tains in its own membership some extensive fruit growers from the Ozark region and thoy have been engaged during the past Autumn in putting up apples in large Ii t glass jars the property of the State which were left over from the Columbia Exposition at Chi cago Mr Green who was a member of the Commission to that Exposition bought i2000 worth of these jarsat that time as chairman of the Horticultural Committee and they now become available for use in connecton with the PanAmerican exhibit- A bill is being framed for pre sentaton to the Leigslature asking for an appropriation for the pur pose of the exhibit and it is be lieved that it can be easily passed The necessity of recognition by Missouri of the Exposition in New York State will be urged if Mis souri in turn expects recognition from New York for the St Louis Worlds Fair in 1908 The wife of the Governorelect is on the Commission and takes much interest in it and his aid when he assumes office is confi denty anticipated IMrs 0 E Van Deusen of Kil Wis was afflicted with stomach and constipation for a long time She says I have tried many preparations but none have done me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets have These tablets are for sale by J W Gaylo Price 25c Sample free- BURLINGTON t ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 0 a m from St Louis for Kansas and entire North west to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from and PeoriauTho- BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains ChicagoFor dailyfromnFinest Trains in the World Chi MinneapolisToeph two trains daily from St ChicagoCalifornia in through tourist sleepers personally con ducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday eveningalso from Chicago every Monday evening the route is via Denver Scenic CityThe equipped trains in tho West Write for matter descriptive of throughtheW M SHAW D P A 406 Vine St- Cincinnati O L W WAKELEY Gen AgentSt HOWARD ELLIOTT Munagertf A mama named E Presson of Pressonvillo Kansas wrote a letter the other day saying the opinion of everybody in his town who had used Foleys Honey and Tar is that very best medicine for In grippe colds cough etc South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat t rF t SILKSt Wash Taffeta Silk 750 yard Wash Taffeta wider 100 yard 75c Taffeta Silks now 6oc yard- i lot Taffeta Silks in waist lengths at justo half price f Ip itA 6Pleasantto takeM Laxative Syrup p 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 acnormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines 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 a Bloated Feeling etc J Your 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 CLOSING OUT SALE AT HIUAHli ARK tr Y9 And let us supply your wants in Tin China Glassware 4 c1Toys From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods offt BEST QUALITY j 339 Ann Street Next Door to GlLyI6i st- Drug Store wr i d it i 0 THeFianMortHountlaDDUt Entered nt Jie postofHco at Frankfort Ken tuokliS secondclass inailable matter iEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 2 1901 rANOTHER OLD CITIZEN GONE At 10 oclock on Wednesday last Mr Henderson G Banta passed to the great beyond aged 82 years last Christnas IWO Mr Bnnta was born in Henry county and went from there to Madison Ind to attend college and from thence to Shelbyville Ky From Shelbyville he came to this city in 1887 and had lived vi t all the rest of his long and useful life as a citizen of our community He was an industrious and painstaking man anti was never s satisfiedwith any halfway vork He was a painter and paper hanger byprofessionHis of the sunniest and oeriImewcheerfulness even in the hours of deepest gloom and anxiety He was a man of decided opin ions and outspoken and courage olds in advocacy of theiii He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and the funeral services were conducted t4ty his pastor Rev Dr J Jla Olu from that Gljuroh 6h Thursday afternoon at 8 oclock If Ho lonval1tvO daughter Mrs John B Dryden fir and Jtfrs J E Marshall and three sons Messrs John M H S and E1 L and a large nninberf faf l atives and fri ndsto mourn the departure of this loving and kind hearted gentleman DONT FAIL TO HEAR HIM Rev T T Martin D D of Denver Colorado will commence l yi protracted meeting at the First 99 e9 i jItsEasyrakct w m il Thin pale anaemic girls need a fatty food to enrich cDtheirtheir cheeks and restore their w m health and strength It is safe to say that they nearly H all reject fat with their food m f SCO S91t COD LIVER OIL L WMHYPOPHOSPMTESOFLIMESSODA R is exactly what they requires ti g it not only gives them the im g portant element codliver oil m in a palatable and easily di w s g Bested form but also the hypo m m phosphites which are so valua f ble in nervous disorders that w 4usually accompany an mia fJ SCOTTS EMULSION isa r Q fatty food that is more easily g m digested than any other form 3 g of fat A certain amount of m flesh is necessary for health w You can i it in this way ill S We have known per w rv 8 sons to gain a pound a ill day while taking it w t joe andtoo all druggists 1scorl BOWNE Chemists New York ieeeeC Seeeeee 6E8 SE Cc Baptist Church tomorrow Sunday morning aVllrtfclboTc Dr MarCin is at plain earnest Christian man and iff striving to win men away from sin sorrow suffering and doabbtiwalk in the ways o5i4sLlbtn joy safety and peace by believing in and serving the Lord Jesus Christ- Everybody is corflially invited to attend these sorv ces The big church will seat a crowd and all will bbmade comfortable Com nut see LT fbERING r4 GRIPPE COUGH G Vacher 157 Ofgood St Chi cngo says My wife hada Very severe case of the lit grippe and it left her with u very bad cough FoleysHoneymediate relief A 50c bottle cured her cough entirely Price 250 and 50c d KENTUCKY TO THE FORE The civil affairs of our country have been largely molded by Kentuckians Ve learn that snore than eighty Kentuckians have been embassadors foreign minis ters and consuls twentytwo have held high command in the United States Army and Navy fiftyfive were generals in the Civil War thirty have been heads of departments and Qfl ors of the United Stathq Government sev n have bedn Judges of the United State- sSujiremCoif fty have been goveriidrs and hent governors of other States and territories more th leig y1mYe represented other Sttes in Congress while twentytwo have iieen presidents of Colleges and universities in Otiliei States and six have been presidenfiof the Senate and V ice President of the United States The tyo great heads of the re spective governments during the CivilWpr Abraham Liiicphfand Jefferson Davis were natives of Kentucky THE BEST SALyE IN THE WORLD Is Banner Salve It is made from a prescription by a world wide known skin specialist and is positively the most healing salve for piles burns scalds ulcers running sores and all skin dis eases South Longmoor and W MoKee Hurdle TO REBUILD AT ONCE Mr Henry Ringofd lias let the contract far rebuilflijighis hpuses burned July thlftIth corner of Broadway and St Clair streets and the work will lie pushed as rapidly as possible to completion Mr John Rump the reliable builder has the con tract for tills work GOING DOWN HILL MI People suffering from kidney steadylossno time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed South Longmoor and W McKee Har dieFIRE MONDAY MORNING At 755 on Monday morning an alarm from box 14 called the firemen to the residence of Mr David Nicol on Third street South Side where there was blaze on the eastern end of the roof It did not take the boys long to extinguish the flames but not until shout ilOtTclamage had been inflicted by the fire and as much more by water The loss was covered by insurance Their promptness and their pleasant effects mike Do Witts Little Early Risesr most popular pills wherever they are known They are simply perfect for liver and bowel troubles South Longrnqor and W McKee Hardie DEATH ENDS SUFFERING Mr Bradford Reed who was shot by Mr John W Cox on Tuesday night of list jrII lingered in great suffering until aclottk iindiiy nlprning when death ended the struggle He was u quiet industrious nud popular young nian He loaves a depend ent mother and one sister who is in Colorado fur her health and a largo millibar of relatives to mourn his untimely Mid He was only about 28 years of age His remains were taken to Emi nence on Tuesday for interment ning1Idraliga of the stomach and indigestion for thirteen yours and after the doctors failed to cure him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cum nnd lifter taking a few bottles of it he says It has cured mo entirely I cant sa ThpeiaOnreSouth Longmoor and M McKeo Hard ie L BUYS A LOT Mrs Maude W Stephens has purchased form Mrs L P Tarlton a lot fronting 47 feet on Conway street running back 200 foot to the alley between the old Hauna property and Judge W C Herndons Mrs Stephens will erect a com fortable twostory residence on the lot this spring The price paid was private GOOD P L ACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEYf FOR SALESTOCKS AND BONDS 21 sharps of Frankfort Water Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Temple stock 15 Masonic Temple Bonds 108 610 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks 4 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Cos 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 10 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Cos 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 65 shares Kentucky RiverMills stock 80 shares Capital Gas Elec tric Light Cos stock REAL ESTATE 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 Wil1ia6ts KyAbout But timers Hill outside of city limits with a good two story house on it all in good grassy it is a fine dairy farm Also one lot on Holmes street 1ownedproperty of W S Dehoney and formerly owned by Church Bros Sales will bo made upon reason able time For particulars apply to JOHN W RODMAN or DR J S COLLINS Feb 9tf T KodollDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reCO- DstlUcLlng the exhaUsted dIgestive organs It Isthe latest discovereddigest ant and tonic No other preparation- can approach it in etllciency stantly relieves and permanently cures NauseaIall other results of imperfect digestion PrlcoSOc contains 2 times smullBlzo ooltaUaboutdyspopslamuUcdfreeI Prepared SOUTH LONGMOOR McKEE fI RDIEJ R s Ovor rkko111 TAYLOR WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN POND Alt WHSKEYS MED IS TBECORKASREPRESENTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COM OF THE REALM OLDTAYL02SIGNATUREIS FORtLLUSTnATE E CL TAYLOR Ja Z SONS FRANKFORT KY FOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesIBacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TO W J SCOTTOW C 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring Mills MANUFACTURERS Flour Meal ShipstulF corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 25h v REDUCED RATES On account of the spring meet ing of the New York Merchants Association the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets from Lexington atone and onethird fare on the certificate plan good oinJ February 18th to the i7th inclusive and March 1st to the 4th inclusive and good to return thirty days from date of snJeIat Washington llnlt mnre and Philadelphia If you have upt- yet registered with the Secretnry- of the New York Association better do so at ouce Tile C tfe 0 Route is the only line from LRX ingtDn and Central Kentucky with and car lIW BARNEY 1GEO Div Pass Agent- Lexington Ky Dr Vallace has opened a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for the treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations or such trent ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send then FortermaIlfltf w II FOR RENT I offer for rout the BtoreTooln formerly occupied by mo on Birdie street Possossion given at once j28tf N F RICHARDSON REDUCED RATESJ Special retlucd rates to Califgr nia Queen Crescent Route great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quipk sohedujes and ex icellont train serivce Ask Queen Crescent tIcket or ad dressV G KinearsonGPX Cincinnati for pautioulars r l DI2l i iris I rLEXINGTON BRE WIN G GO- FINE BEERS Which Quality and Flavor ArsiEQUAL TO ANY BEERMADErr 1 IN THE LAND j ihlaFOR IT THE PKO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort rtiSept 2ly r 11no Limitations pon Residence cJcf and t Patt- onJPabIeInioId PaldcUpi SEE 1 In i Important featuresOF Union mutual Policies OP LIFE INSURANCE 7 Grace in- Prentiutn Payments gaD values Loan values t i of Insurance IIENtension of the jorteiture law j Iit i standing but everything is explicitly iset forth in vneoupvocal tage MUTUALAPay Broniiums the MAINE NON FORFEITURII LAW contlnuingPMQDIKMnnnger aM toiTorson streets Ky AgentaFran y Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A heHP remedy for coughs and polfsiflA l tit but you vnht Home vtlr rNl ioc and cute re severiVatitl duniprtltlsrciilts of Uroat and lung troubles What shall you do to n warmer arid snore regular climate Yes possible If not possible for you then In either case ke the ONLY remedy that has been Introduced in nil civilized coun tjleg with success in severe throat and Mini troubles jBoschees Gorman avrup It not only heals and stim ulatej the tissues tq the szern disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights fSttitit ciires the Try one bottle Decora mended many years by all druggists In the World iFor nle by SBHolmes 4rly STAMPING GROUND J Mr B Stone is buying stock cattle nt Cincinnati Mrs Lidn Perry nnd daughter of Lexington fire guests of her parent Rev T Warn Beagle r and wife Mr Rankin Duvall came down t from Lexington where he is at tending the State College to spend a few days with his par hts Dr John Estes of Elmvillp lies rented the property of Mr 6eo E Duvall come hero to practice his profession KkMr Geo E Duvall and have gone to Chicago Ills familyj side Their many deplore their leaving but hope they will be prosperous in their iiiew home Wo had two public sales on Sat irday That of Mr TReYlJolds slid Mr Geo E Duvall Each Wag well attended At Mr Reynolds sale corn brought 217 rilH hay 11 per stack cows from 21 to 40 rockaway mare i6 Fair prices had at Duvalls alsoDuring the recent cold snap several ice houses were filled with 3inch ice The thermometer wont as low as 11 degrees above zeroDr C L Ford came near losing his home by fire on Wednesday It caught frjra a defective flue The wind was blowing hard By good work only slight damage I was done The Buffalo Springs Academy entertainment was a financial failure Saturday night owing to Hackenberry1ng YACOB Like Oliver Twist childron ask for more when given One Minute i Cough Cure Mothers endorse it for croup It quickly cures all coughs and colds and every throat and Jung trouble It Suspecifio for grippe and asthma and has long been n well known remedy for whooping cough South Longmoor and W Mc Kee urdie OLD RELIABLE In another place wo give 1 Mr IT F Hillenmoyers usual spring ad vertisement of nursery goods beenjable in nil his work nnd represen tations that he has been dubbed Old Reliable by every one inI this 1who has ever with himIJ Hall the t and dQsfofthis oice when hoarseness threatened to prevent his lecture at Cen t ul Music Hall Chicago Noth jfiK else us good South Long moor and W McKee Bardie PROMINENT MAN DEAD Judge R L Wilmore of Nich olnsville dropped denton Friday last as hjs Vhomerin ljnt place Judge Wilmore Und stirvsdn term or two as city judge of icholns villo Ho vas the onlybrother of Col W J Wilmore Supervisor of Distilleries for the Kentucky Disitlleries and Vurehol1Be Co He was a popular and clever gen tleman Wasting Willow Furniture ind L Wicker Chairs Wkktr chairs Soon becomo soiled hut they MB bs tktmed to look like new with Gold Dust Tfisiing Powder wtvtrmwitt Usett serubblaf brusb when wttw beccmas tba lent soiled eat frathj follow dryhelrollsMtitd but must be wiped dry quickly fbbUt km tom ou tnboaklt Ie MNNUUfK OGMPAY tt at Lwlt Yrkj6ba PEA RIDGE Mr John Hale nnd family are expecting to move on the St John l week We are sorry to neighborfoMr John Dooloy and family have moved into Mrs Rebecca Crocketts house near Bridgeport We are glad to have them near tie Il r Ben danoeelnst Tracoy jive one of his Itroad chopping followed by a dance at Mr Will Traceys Tues day night Mr Charles Sanfordand family have moved to town Mr Blackaby and family hove moved into the old tollhouse lately occupied by Mr C Sanford Three very nice tenant houses are being erected on the Stoops estate Some fine lumber is being sawed from the big timber cut on the Stoops farm Mr Robert Craig and family will shortly move to one of the Stoops houses hh9rtlymovefarm into lIIt Stoops new house Mr Leslie Terry who was quite sick for a while has entirely recovered his health Wheat is looking well around here considering the lack ofsnow to protect it from the hard frosts There is a new gristmill run by steam at Little Benson creekon Pea Ridge We were delighted to see items from the fair Lily of the Valley and also from Louisville Pike rhats right Let the good work go on and let us hear from more of our old writers SCRIBE Counterfeits of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve are liable to cause blood poisoning Leave them alone The original has the name DeWitts upon the box and wrap per It is a harmless and healing salve for skin diseases Unequaled for piles South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION COMMISSION The Governor has named Mrs W B Carothers of Bardstowu Mrs Etrima Guy Cromwell of Frankfort Mrs Oboe M Lewis of Shelby ville and W H Spiifgg of Shepherdsville as Commis sioners from Kentucky for the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposi tionThe Commissioners were named on request of the directors of the exposition and will prepare for a Kentucky exhibit at Buffalo Time lingering cough following nnpe calls for Ono Minute Cough Cure For all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate re sults Prevents consumption South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie WAIVED EXAMINATION Mr John C Cox who shot and killed Mr W Bradford Reed last week was brought before Judg- eJ Dan Moore on Wednesday morning and waived aid examin ing trial through his attorney Mr James Andrew Scott He was returned to jail to await trial at the April term of time Circuit Court 1 bork s hard workor tGoldDust QOVUWOXMM STRING TOWN Visiting is all the go We are glad to say that Mr Lee Penn has recovered from the la grippe Miss Lyda Hodges seems to be very happy when she passes clown the lane Miss Bessie Canter of Honey suckle is visiting relatives near Peaks Mill Miss Jessie Hockensmith says she is glad her old beau has recov ered Mr Zack Ohuroh seems to be a very religious man although he gathered ice last Sunday Mr Scottow has got a cheap grade of sugar that makes the finest vinegar rolls you ever ate First buy you a big sack full a quarters worth to try I heard a girl say she was struck on Mr Frank Scott Look out Frank Billie you had better wntch your boy if you dont want to lose him Wo are glad to say that rich people havent got any advantage the poor people this kind of weather for I am a poor child and haveiust as much ice water as I cun Mrs Hallie Ghuorh called on Mrs Fannie Sargent last Tuesday nfernoon The people are expecting a wed ding on the p ke soon I wonder who it coup bet nl order to make a long story short I will now close wishing much success to the dear old Roundabout LONG TAIL RABBIT FOR SALE AND RENT Having decided to quit business I offer for sale my entire stock at COST I i also desire to rent bui1lingiJOHN T BUCKLEY- F 20 2v RESPECTED COLORED DEAD MANI Dennis Robinson for many years porter for Mr John Driscoll died on Monday night last aged about 55 years He was a member of the First Colored Baptist Church and of the Colored Odd Fellows He was highly esteemed by all citizens white and colored A LITTLE KNOWN FACT tThat the majority of serious diseases originate in disorder of the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure is guaranteed Try it to day if youre not feeling well South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie GOOD SALE One of the best all round sales of tobacco made this season was that of Mr Wm Woodard who sold his crop of 4000 pounds at the Piokett Warehouse Louisville for 945 per hundred This tobacco was raised orfthe farm ufI our delicate friend Col David Moore near Benson situnIItion Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and allows you to eat all the good food you want If you suffer from indigeation heartburn belching or any other stomach trouble this preparation cant help but do you good The most sensitive stomach can take it South Longmoorand W McKee Hardie IBIRTHS WALLACE In Philadelphia Penn on Friday February 22 to Dr Ernest C Wallace and wife a daughter Dr Wallace is a son of Dr 0 K Wallace of this city Grandpa is feeling pretty well he thanks youi ra Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat l VS H I w- t1JI r i1 lr 1 1 INCH Abe i6 NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Iformlty GCOIUB stcfiliQ- fr STERs a rnI- r 1 t1lI childrens IGo Farts lend Carriages We have just received 50 assort ed Go Carts and Carriages We have them from 43 up k r =VI vyNy r fV 11 y y To Quit ffi Business I I offer my entire stock of China and Glassware Stoves and Tinware for Sale at CQStFor I No s Goods a Charged is JOHN TBUCKLEY N = American Steel Farm Fencing Cheaper than Barb Wire Let us Show it to you t We Also Have Nails Hoes Paints Lanterns All Kinds Iron Rakes Bolts Screen Wire Buckets Spades Whips FreezersaMatches Seed Sowers Brushes Mops Doughkneeders that Make Excellent Beaten Biscuits HARDWARE 4 t STAGG 6 BAON Wi MASONIC TEMPLE iJ f1 J t Gold Filled Case Warranted 10I 20 years Cut Showing Back of i VatchI tJ Open Face Only It is easy to tell when your nerveforce and vital power are slipping away from you When your days work leaves you weary and exhausted when you are so- nervous irritable and sleepless that your nights are passed in restless tossing when you get up in the morning with no appe with a headache you may be sure your nervous strength is being used up faster than it is being renewed Gives for every RELIGIOUS W OHUBCEf Eev R L McCread- rector F B Wentworth Assistant Sunday Morning at 0 a m ra Holy Communion and sermon 11 It a mEvening and sermon 780 pm Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 945 a m Lenten services Monday Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 480 p In Wednesday with Bible Lost Hon and Friday with lecture on church history at 780 p m A l To all these services public cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B pastorRov ft D of Denver Colorado will preach at II a m and 780 p m A series of meetings will be held every afternoon at 880 and evening at 780 during the week Sundayschool in the chapel 945 a m Special classes I are vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev preachi1 and Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 mittee Work Business meeting led by the Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday at 380 in the chapel on Wednesday ni 780Topic The Light of the World The public will bo cordially wel corned to these services anti es pecially strangers in the city t CATHOLIC CHURCH T h e usual services tomorrow conducted by Rqv Father Thomas S Major the pastor F Low mass at 780 am High f tmass 10 a in Vespers at 780 p m 11 FIRSTOHURCHRe JBlayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m send 730 p m yschool at 045 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in Sunday school room at 645 p m Wednesday oven In 780The public cordially Invited METHODIST CHURCH The quarterly meeting will bo hold at Saturday und f New Watches at Cut Prices tOur aim is to increase our Watch Business Here is a special bargain that you should take advantage of We are offering Elgin and Waltham movements that t r are accurate timekeepers in handsome gold filled cases that are warranted to wear for twenty years EveryoneI1knows that Waltham Watches are reliable If they are not weshould not give them a place in our stock t The watch here illustrated a bargain in every sense of a 4 the worda good watch at much less than regular price r You will go far and look long before finding anything to approach them value i M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler tIf you buy it at Selberts its good 4- i u arsIs1 Tired and Nervous day5r My nervous system having been greatlyI impaired by overwork I suffered a great deal from nervousness amid a tired worn out feeling I would be so exhausted after delivering a sermon that it would require a day or two to recover After taking a few doses Dr Miles Nervine all that disap peared I could go to sleep at night and awake in the morning feeling rested and refreshed It is a great remedy REV W J HOUOK Baltimore Md Dr Miles Nervmethe tortured nerves a rest helps them regain their tone and steadiness and is a tspeedy remedy nervous troubles of kind j Sold fey all druggists on a guarantee Dr Mites Medical Co Elfcut Tad ASCENSION EPISCOPAL prayer prayer the fIUU atI f- orivounJ Burial Com President Prayermeeting all PRESBYTERIAN EcClusky the Prayermeeting constantly in of Sunday ElderIevenyEpworth League melts at 645 p im- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool meets at 080 a jm The public cordially invited to attend SO UTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and at 780 p in t1undlt school at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris pmiIs cordially invited A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK IIOf large sores on my little daughters head developed into a case of scald head writes C D Isbill of Morgan town Tenn but completelytfor Eczema letter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25 cents at J11T Gayles ADVERTISED LETTERS Following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending March 21901 Board Robert Capital City Lodge 1507 Carroll Arthur Crag Miss Kate Edwards Miss Molina Gray Miss Della Hawkins Miss Cat brine HawkinB Miss Puss Hayn Miss Mable Hays Thomas Hooker Arthur InspectorNelson Onan Campbell Onan George Pre vItte Jack Reed Miss Anna Ruttry Mitchell Shole H Y Siensuas Rev P T 2 Summers M D Swift Carl Vance W P Walker Mrs Jennie Wood Richard When calling for these letters please say advertised S B HOLMES Postmaster- If you want the best flour in the LangdonUreasey t PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURA TION WASHINGTON D CM MARCH 4 1901 Louisville February 1 1901 To Coupon Ticket Agents L N R R- On this account you may soil WashingtonD2d and 8d and make final limit March 9th Use ironclad contin uous passage forms and mark SpecialFor organized militnr Companies and Braps Bands in uniform accompanying them twentyfive 25 or more on one ticket rate of one rent per mil in each direction plus arbitruries may bo made Agents at Louisville Lexington Winchester and stations on St Louis Division will please note that rates for Military Compa onlyforon one ticket from their stations MilitaryCompnnies and others will be furnished application Louisville 1825 Lexington 1155 Nashville 1570 Mem phis 1890 Birmingham 1555 Montgomery 1645 Pensacola 1970 Mobile 2005 New Or leans 2250 c STONE General Passenger Agent WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY Theres no rest for those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always busy curing Torpid Liver Jaun dice Biliousness Fever and Ague They banish sick headache drive out malaria Never gripe or weaken Small taste nice wor wonders Try them 25c at J W Gayles Headache often results from a disordered condition of the stom ach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these disorders and cure the headache Sold by J Wr Gayle ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the skin so you companyDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities BIBB B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advied to give B B B a trial For sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD Mitchell St Atlanta nn Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given B2TFor Bale by W MoKee Hardie 481y 2 5O YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone fJrng q crotch and deectlptlon may our opinion free whether a Invention Is probably Comniuccn Sons ntrlctly conUdontlal Handbook on Patents tent free Oldest n for securing tentA tecetvdYscientific American Ahandoomelrtllnitrated waeklr baraatch cnlatlon of any eclontlflo journal Terms a YorktTry Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed When you want something to heal a burn or n sore or a out why not try Banner Salve which is guaranteed the most healing intn nt in the world Take no substitute South fc Longmoor and W McKee Hardie + FOR SALE The residence of the late Dr R C Gayle at Switzer Well im proved and in good condition Apply to J W GAYLE 224t Frankfort NOTICE Mfs1All persons having claims against Ann Haly deceased are hereby notified to present the earns to me proven ns roI quired by law on or before April 1901 and nil persons indebted to her are noti fied to Bottle suoh indebtedness with me ac her administrator at once JULIA HALY Admr of Ann Rely deceased 231m MARDI GRAS February 19 1001 excursion tickets will be sold at one faro round trip via L N to New 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 riJ iI IQuestion Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers ofusing nnythiug else for indigestion on biliousness Doctors were scam ppendlcitlsAugus4Flowerstop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stuns ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is nil 4 jtheadachesonly need a few oases of greens August Flower Ih liquid form to hyou satisfied there is nothingIImnke the matter with you ForS B Holmes 44y EXMjntKNCR W J GRUNWALD Professional Plnnfr and Organ Tuner and nopatter will visit Frankfort every m days Leave orders GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 2Hy4 DO YOU WANT ITtTo sell real estate timber or coal st ckJof goodS Do ppu watt to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with all the r particulars ns I bo ableto help Ads dress J MN Qliarleatori W Box DlC151yI iLLFor Satet A first class byclclp inndeb- En m bier Is offered for sale Apply tit this office tf WANTEDTwo reliable traveling salesmen in each State p i position salary and e enses experience not absolutely essential Address Works Greensboro N C 26mlq fl Boon Christinas suggestion I I One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ improvedCyco ere fHow many pleasure hours itwould add to the domestic liter and what a relief from tOnlysatisfaction R Rogers Sons dec ly AN12XPOSITION BOOKLET Hero mines another of the beau tiful booklets from the Bureau ot Publicity of the PanAmerican 4 Exposition Buffalo N Y I11 consists of 16 pages and u cover of light green The unique feat tIre of it is the minature repro duction of the famous poster The Spirit of Niagara which has nlnrla most remarkable demand tThe envelope in which the poster booklet is mailed also bears a re- t production of this artistic work f The booklet is a popular picture book the first page having an engraving of the magnificent Elec trio Tower which is 891 feet high gloriousitim On the same page is a min iature of one of the torohbearers f which will adorn the wings of the Electric Tower and besides it tigpictdre of Niagara Falls The sec pnd page shows a picture of the Electric Building and five other Small illustrations of the uses of electiricity The third page show- the splendid group of buildings erected by the National Govern meat and which will contain the Government exhibits also five r miniature illustrations one of them showing the Jifesaviug station where exhibitions will bei liven daily byn picked crew o ten men during the Exposition 4Thefourth page is devoted to the governmentIt chinery and Transportation Build ing and four other illustrations of mp lerri machines and vehiclesM The center cf the booklet shows a lQi gBeye view of the Exposition ld gives one some idea of the great exent of the enterpris upon beil1gnexpended The grounds contain 850 acres being a half mile wide and a mile and a quarter long Other pages show horticulture graphio arts and mines manufactures and liberal arts the Music Temple the Plaza and is bear ti ful surroundings the Stadium or THROAT REST l You can cough yourself Into- bronchitlspneu monia and con sumption Bandaging xand bundling your throat will do no good You must give your throat and lungs rest and allow the cough wounds to heal There is noth hit so bad for a cough as cough ing Stop it by using AYQT3r 1PQetOraI on disease is firmly fixed you can b Ing rest and comfort in every case j A 25 cent bottle will cure new coughs and colds the 50 cent size is better for settled coughs of bronchitis and weak lungs the one dollar size is more economical for chronic cases and con t sumption Its the size you should keep on hand- All families ought to be on tho crouporacutelhngtroublee keepCficrryprovide against an emergency r DooU1838 t HolJ1 MJoh athletic field the agricultural live stock and ethnology features and a few of the 80 or 40 ingenious and novel exhibits which promise to make the Midway the most wonderful that has ever been prepared for Exposition visitors The last page shows a ground plan of the Exposition whereon the location of different buildings is indicated The railroads will make low rates from all parts of the country during the Exposition which opens May 1 and con tinues six months and the people of Buffalo are preparing to entertain comfortably the millions who will attend Any one desir ing a copy of this booklet may have it free by addressing the PanAmerican Bureau of Public ity It is not so much what the neighborasa s to neighbor or to friend that has brought Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy into such general uso It is as natural for people to usingsthis remedy as it for water to flow down hill It is the one remedy that can always be depended upon whether a baby be sick with cholera infantum or a man with cholera morbus It is pleasant safe and reliable Have you a bottle of it in your home For sale by J W Gayle LETTER FROM WASHINGTON I arrived in Washington D C on the 20th day of June 1900 and visited all the different parts of the city and found it to be one of the most beautiful cities that I ever saw or read of I first via ited the Congressional library which is also for public use This is one of the newest and most beautiful buildings in Washing ton having just been finished about two years ago I next visited the Capitol and White House and from there to the Washington Mouumentwhich is 555 feet high at the top of which are several windows from which a view of the entire city can be seen There is anelevator- to carry visitors up and down in the monument and it takes a space of one hour to ascend or de scerd I went upon the elevator and walked down Inside the monument there are plates or labs with inscriptions from every State in the Union Also from large societies and lodges telling the date of the time when it was placed in the monument and other suitable words My home while in Washington was at 407 Or street Northwest directly across from the Pension Building where the inaugural ball will be held on the 4th of March in honor of President MoKinley One of the most beautiful feat ures of this city is the great num bar of parks Every available space even in the business section of the city is taken up by a park and is open to every Glass of citizens for rost and shade For summer outing we slsq have sev eral very pretty summer resorts which can be reached by means of electric oars and are located from ten to twelve miles out of the city Some of the prettiest are Cabin John where the largest single stone span bridge is located Glen Echo were an undergound theatre is located all lighted up at night time with all colors of electric lights and Chevy Case Lake with its beautifully lighted woods and artificial lake music and dancing and most every other pleasure that can be mentioned Another pretty place is Marshall Hall a park about fourteen miles down the Potomac rive and the site of one of the most historical homes in the United States that of John Marshall Chief Justice of the United States for so many years Just a short distance from this plate vis located Mount Vernon the homo of George Washington and also the place of his death and burial Other interesting features of Washington are a spot in theTJnion Station marked by a star sup posed to be the spot on which President Garfield fell when assas sinated the house in which Pres ident Lincoln died and the theatre in which he was killed the home of a very noted writer Mrs Soutfi worth the zooloigcal park where can be seen animals from all parts of the world We have quite a number of first class theatres all of which I have visited and quite a number of beautiful churches I have worked while here in one of the largest stores called the Boston House which occupies a whole square each way and has for sale everything that is for sale with the exception of groceries After leaving here I went to work for the American Federation of Labor one of the largest organizations of the country The last place I visited of note and importance was Arlington National Cemetery the home of Robert E Lee and the burial place of all of our brave soldiers both of the Civil War and the late SpanishAmerican War ARZANNA MCQUEEN NIGHT WAS HER TERROR I would cough nearly all night ARplegatecould hardly get any sleep I had consumption so had that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 1 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its abso lutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50o and 1 Trial bottles free at J W Gayles drug store RUMMAGE SALE The Ladies Committee of the Y M C A will have a sale be ginning March 11th consisting of articles old and rent donated by all interested in the welfare of our city and her young men of the present and the future An at tractive place will be had for the sale and donations will be gladly received by he committee which is composed of five ladies from each of the six churches especially interested R81 SpIiQg- GiQgnams Percales and Madras Cloths Our stock is larger this season than any before There are many beautiful patterns to select from Call and inspect the- mKBIIINID a Bio St Clalr St at the Bridge f ACup of I- UI n Plymouth orders and and Blue Grass N u 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Tree Shrubs Lawn and Garden Prices right ns wa pay no agents but sell direct to the H F IfILLE LEXINGTON KY Mar 23rn 279 Too many people lose valuable time in experimenting with cold cures They should take Honey and Tar before it is too late South and W MoKee TION CEREMONIES Via Queen Route tions on the Q 0 Tickets on sale March 1st 2d 3rd good re turning until March 9th Lower rates are made for parties of or more of organized military companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any Q 0 agent who will von information if W C RINEARSON G P A Cfnoinjuati fO Good I 1 1 Hardie- PRESIDENTIAL To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding i In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically a roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the bevy hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intactIuntil you want it The famef i of ARBUCKLES coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLEStBut dont a package of some other i coffee you can get Arbuckles I Roastedi Coffeetifo- rit is actually less expeni sive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satis fying t You will find a list of oscfial art cles in each package of Aibuckles Coffee A definite part of one ofI r these articles becomes yours you buy the coffee The one you select from the list will be sent youion that you send to our Notion Department a certain numberrof signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept 1New York city N Y FLYMOUIIANDPIffBSllfiCOAtI i freshly mined Lump and Pittsburg of the best quality Leave your While it is large clean they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coaland Feed Company WH HOQE Proprietor Telephone No7 series SPRING ASJurngusRhubarb SpecialStrMEYER Phone cough and Foleys Longmoor INAUGURA Crescent wayfor twentyfive ticket give further desired or address Ohio other when condition Cool vIFRANKLIN CIROUITCOURlk Emma tvsRobt B Avorill c Defendants All persons having claims against M D rias on or before April 1st JOHN S HARROD 2Mm Special Commissioner F 0 0 NOTICE COURTRtRosecatabofolalnorby law on oriboforo April let W H POSEY 1Commissioner F O O i NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Edmonia Blacks Admr Plaintiff ThSSalllo Weisiger c Defendants C15tateoffled to appear before mo and prove their claizaa brlay r HARRODMlm 0 k uu rDO YOU WEAR A TRUSS If so let OMrnntoc DruggistMarkothouse Frankfort Ky 2411 COFFEE- A i LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALLY mistake I MAKEno my head Is on every package of L10NCOFFEE roll buy It guarantees its purity No coffee is LION COFFEEu- nless it is in a J pound sealed packet with the head ofa lion on the- yj front Then you get pure coffeeTehighestg- rader for the money If every packaeLION COFFEE you will find a fully t No skee ifu factno woman boy or will fail to article hichwiUcontributeioiheir happiness comfort and and by imply a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrapperspopularityNOTICE seated ackagfs Which is the only form in which this is i OHIO t MRS LINDSAY ENTERTAINED 4 clipthe following from the Washington D Post of Sat urdcy February 28 MB William Lindsay wife of fSen torLindsay received in honor the D A R yesterday Overt ii a th usaud of the members were pres ant The large drawiuproomB v were decorated witH pink La l Assisting1r8 Mauln s f Mrs Coleman Clay of Ken t tuc y Desha Senator Lind l Hay nutLQQLaxe1 Wilson the Pezoc i Mme Bonmaison Mrs Flower Mrs William Lyons Mrs Bate Mrs Stoper and Mrs Holmes lmoth r of Mrs Lindsay Repre from every dolegation represented in the society were present and the affair was one of the most delightful tendered the D A R Miss Cookrell daugh I ter of Senator Cockrell was at t home to the D A R yesterday assisted by Miss Long Miss ViI son and Miss s Hitchcock Mrs Platt of the Jonnecticut delegf c tion received at the Arlington L h toIbut as it was the national society from whom it was requested objections were raised The point was debated upon ate in fact everything in the entire proceedings of the congress this year has been torn threadbare by discus uion but was qt length decided favorablyr4 TO CONNECTING LINES 3 This is to advise that commenc ing Monday February 25 1901 rt i this company will honor C P A 46 mileage locally over its line thus r abrogating all instructions issued r in Octoberlast relative to the continuance of the use of this mileage locally over the line such J instructions permitting its use r only between St Louis and Evans F vflle and Louisville We have pleasure in furthe- stating that all outstanding C P A mileage tickest will also b Honored over our line locally whether they contain clauso to thi e effect or not This is for your information lS l1nd any instructions you may deem necessary to issue in the matter Your truly t L 1 IRVIN General Passenger Agent JI Kodol Dyspepsia Curev Digests what you eat Watch our next advertisement h PADONED After a tight lasting nearly a the good people of Louisville succeeded iu liaving a notorious gffmbJnrjDouvicted and sentenced to the pen for two years and fined qOQ oo Tueday hut alas the ery iiextdays lie was pardoned agcl turned Ibjjsey Well may vJ ers6f aw atld right despair of do 0 stopliuVlessness iiigahYhhing is 8 s6fea9ily un rHRtiJY l s i R SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Raihyay Leave Louisville 745 a m daily leave Lexington 1050 a in arrivt Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack sonville 800 a m Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p m hns through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jacksonville 10 p m next evening Southern Railway in connection with the Queen Oresoent Route is the only line with 24 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 280 Fourth Avenue Louisville A yhedou Passenger AgentIGen Pass Agent Washington D C WM H TAYLOE A G PJA Louisville Ky LOW RATES On account of the inauguration the Chesapeake Ohip Railway will sell round trip tickets toIWashington and Baltimore all stations oli March 1st 2d and 8d at one fare for the round trip tOjIreturn1150 from Lexington nliiritry organisations traveling in a This will ffOld an ebodytrinity to make a chc5Q trip to New York as the round trip rate from Vnshingtouto Now York is but 1000 C ls 0 has the fastest trains each way daily Persons contemplating trip arerequested to send in their names sleeper reservations at once W BARNEY Div Pass i fv texiigton tIt Why NCOFFEEI now become the leader of all package coffees Andwhy is it used in millions of homes Because it does not sailunder false colors It is an absolutely clean pure coffee No glazing no coating with mixtures orchemicaIS imperfections Just try a package of LION COFFEE- and you will under stand the reason of its ho man girl convenience cutting out excellent Miss dis year Information for GEORGE I have rented out my place on Fourth Ave to Judge QRear my family will go to New York but I am not going I may be found at my office rooms in the Hume building day or night I have both Phones and they are No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel E E HUMS 173m Yoil Should Use MILES J E M L L ii t FLOOR1 ti IRSTBecause it is the best FLOUR in the market SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory ani home labor is employed in its pro duction ftJ EMMillin d I GO IJ Nv MILES Sec riralys Condition Fowaera are what a needs when in bad condition Tonio blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but icino the best in use to put a horee in prime condition Price 29 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co aa4R1i1Yr curd u home Hshu with PIU M ofportfoulrs COI House and Lot at Giiiiuiiissioiiers Sale COURTAdllEquityJvirtue of tho judgment roudoml in tlio above at January term I will HtH at public FnK to tho hiRhret unit best bidder on dOOllntlwdtof u n nmlli p m on u credit of and mintliH in equal irwtallinuntH tho following to wit The homo nnd lot of ground Hltunttd on Holmes Htrect in Frankfort Kentucky it be ingono Salt of the house nnd on out of street beginning at tho middle of a nllfby brick wnreroom belonging to Crom QuintOninesmiddle of the double house thence north to Holmes street feet thence west to tho be Kinnini being the west side of the J T r propertyPurchaser bond with good and cleat surety bearing interest from dote to have force and effect of n replevin bond A lien will be reserved on till property Hold until nil the purcluiHo Jiionoyin paid B POSEY 242t MiiHter Commissioner tXINGTON EASTERN RV LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND I NoMILESEx Sun V31 AM o Lv Lexington 2 2i 745 6 Montrose F210 F800 Avon 250 F810 Wvnndotte F 2 F8 111Winchester a 8 2J IMistletoe F816 860 Zl IItL E Junction 822 8 so Indlnn Fields FS 88 FflOO Clay City 8 50 9 2 Sfnuton 00 25 47I Rosalyn F 412 F 0 F 9 411liTi0 Beattyvillo Junction 6 BenttyvlHo Lv 4 60 00 B t Ar 5 rN St Helens 621F1089 i9 Tnllew F 5 FJO M Athol 69 Oakdnlo F560F1100 9o Elkntawa 07F11 22 Ar Jackson 015 WESTBOUND NOMILESEx San Lv Jackson 225 Elkatawa 683F283- F049F249Oakdale Athol 666 266 79II Tnllega F 7 F 8 St Helens 7 F 8 Beattyvillo Junction 720 826 Bftflttyvllle 7 00 80C B OQRy tAr 7 W 540- F783F88387 Lv Fincastle 62 Torrent 7 8 4- 7F757F866 Natural Bridge F 8 03 55I Dundee 803F408 50t Filson 1- 9F820F42547U Rosslyn 44It Stanton 883 Clay City 83 Indian Fields 869F454 L E Junction 916 6 28 Mistletoe 923F515 Winchester I 620 Wyandotte F 9 F 5 Avon 9 F 6 4- 0F9B8F6606 Montroso o Ar Lexington 1015601- f tJ PiltlU JJIH jt tuw rr BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE T- OCALIFORNiA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P A Jf IV Cor 4th and Market SU Louisville Going SouthIf so you secure many advantages by ing via Cincinnati the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains pen etrate every part of tho Central South hour schedule Cincinnati to Jacksonville and New Orleans 9 hours to Chattanooga a8 hours Shreveport 36 hours to Port Tampa Observation parlor and cafe cars free re clining chairs Through Pullmans to nil portant Southern cities booklet dvaeterea oftr ow the aklu4 why ut f r J ti SOUTHERN j RfllUflY IN KENTUCKY I Condensed Sohtdult la fut Mij to lilt No No 5 1Lv Louisville 7J5am 400pm aD45psa1r 00prtLexington 730am 455pm UBuaAk Versailles 765am XMI b63arlaAr1oAr Louis villa laMam 740pra 7GOu ASTBOUND WK3TBODHD No No No 12Na ll100pm 740pm 1040as1 625pm UI8TATIONsI 630pm 810u715pm 440pm 790uft 3Opm 4SOpm 7lOaM WHTBODEta jNo lb tNo67 STATIONS No 16 fNa1 t f icppm 745am Lv LoulnTll Ar 1040am 740m632pm 910am tr Shelbvll Ar DlOam 647pm tazfora LT Vcralles Ar 760um 816J710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 40pm 1150am Ar Ocorgtn Lv 700am rtNo745am 4oopm LT Ix ulRVll A 1040am 740pm 3 602pea1602arn 310pasLUSpmSTATIONS No No 7abpAArAr llloxvlllo 7OOpm 745ui I1UpasArAr JLoksonvlllo 9Qdtlel Lv Chattanooga atSan Ar Atlanta 1fbOaaa 225pArv Chattanooga 6fOpm 04bae1 e Ar Birmingham 1145ae IISOpoArNo through sleeping car Louisville to lllr- Ingham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 tree observation ohstr car IxniUvlll to Lexington No tree observation chair oar Lexington H Louisville No slceping car Birmingham to Loutsvlll via Lexington All trains between Loulivllle Lexington aa4 Burgin dally Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos U and daily Nos and dally except Sunday Between Versailles Nioholasvllle RloV Bond and Irvine daily except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSGANNcmSdVPaM JMCULFT Washington D a Washington Do WATDUKGPA WHHTATLOMAQPA- WasbluKton 7D a LownlUJCaI H Buriini I Route BEST TRAINS Try tOolorado tali Omaha St IBlackSt or U j VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS Mm OARS CHAIR CARS 94t 1HOWARDf d N TIME TABLE No16 No17 Nol 80UTHPPlLUMfAM v Lexington 200 8811 900 Frankfort 8O 987 5W- Chrlstlaneburg SW 1017 SaEminence 86H 1US5 Lagrange 1100 710 Anchorage 46t T LouisvIlle la 1206 8dO No16No18NoMi NORTHPMu Pii Lonlsvllle 20Ot 730 4lli flritwgranlC6Eminence Chrlstlansbnrg t iloa 912 801 IL JMdwaJj f CO TIME TAHLK SOUTH No21 Nom 1 AM P Mol Lexington 816 620 frankfort 9 ill OUSl t Shelbyville 700- it Louisville 11100 No22INo ftNORTH ot MI PM f +Lv Louisville oti SUelDyvlllo I9lH t100 Frankfort 740 Lexington 1115 840i h 1f h f