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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Ii- rd i 1l THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTj lJ4 S I d 10 ALEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advtno f1 1 IV L XXIYFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 24 1901 NO 50 j1 fe UNFORTUNATE AND SAD A AFFAIRI i Duet after we went to prose on- t f Friday last the news came tq Meagherr this city bad while involved in a difficulty with VJ Judy Mc Natnora in Lexington shot aud- i v kilted him r From the evidence it vas olenrly f Vft case of selfdefense 1 iYoung Meagher was arrested f and held over until Monday when vi he had his examining trial andr was bound over in the sum of ifbOO which he readily gave and- woefik released Jk MoNamara was a desperate man l4r troublefJ to his family and the authorities for n long time and the city of Lexington is none the worse off tnow tnat he is gone The sad part of i tis the added sorrow to his aged mother and iBother relatives and the still furl youngJFif li by this trouble even though he was clearly justifiable i vMr John Meagher sr went to- fLexington Motiday and after the tfjolj brought his son home with huh The sympathies of our cit izena go out to them in their troubles HEADQUARTERS OF FRANK FORT CQMMANDERY t0n Board the Steamer Falls v t0ity at Louisville Next 1Veek V i Frankfort Commandery No4 Knights Templar will attend the y Conclave df the Grand Encamp anent of the United States Louisville next weekand durin their stay in that uity will be quartered on board the Steamer i Falls Oity where they have estab 1i ned headquarters The boat 5 Defied up at the foot of Btrfcet which will put the Sir j Knights within two blocks of the v building where the grand ball is tofe given and onlya few Blocks awayy from their position in the line of the grand parade which forms upon Main street Tuesday t morning The commaudery will be represented in the procession by about forty swords some thirty add going from this city and ten ora dozen members of the Com mandery going from Lawrence 1e burglBUYS A BRANCH LINE Tbe Shelbyville Bloomfield Ohio Railroad which runs from rShelbyville to Bloomfield Nelson county was sold by its owner iHqn P Booker Reed of Louis f yule on Monday to the L N railroad This road is 27 mile long and has been run as a feed- etobothJ the L N and the South 150000nsubject of course to the bonds I heretofore issued temponaryDyspepsia Cure permanently and completely removes this com plaint It relieves permanently because it allows the tired atom iaoh perfect rest Dieting wont I rest the stomach Nature re naives supplies from the food we eat This sensible way to help the stomachs to use Kodol Dye pepsin Cure which digests what you Slit and cant help but do you good South Longmoor k o W MoKee Hard t l VERY ENJOYABLE Rev YoO Taylor J D of Indianapolis Ind preached at the First Baptist Church of this city on Sunday morning mom the text II All things shall work together for good tom n that love God It was a tender and powerful declaration7 of the gospel of cheer andhope to the despondent and of courage to the soldier of thee oBsiThere was a fine Audience in at tendance in consideration of the fact that the rain poured down in torrents just before time for ser vice and while it was in progress On the evening of the same day Rev W E Gwntkin of Troy Ohio formerly pastor of Ever green Church this county preacheda magnificent sermon fromtbe text Whatsoever ye dodo all to the glory of God There was a large audience pres ent and the brilliant and able preacher held them as still as death from beginning until his solemn peroration in Vbich he exhorted every one to let the right and Gods glory be their guide in religion business and politics- It is seldom that a people have the great privilege of hearing two as find sermons from different speakers which so perfectly fitted in and dovetailed the one to the other The congregations present greatiy enjoyed the ministrations of these brethren who are so uni versally beloved in this community FRANKtLADYgBy a dispatch from Louisville we learn that Mrs Julia Smith Wesbter widow of Rev ThosI ofhthe family residence on Broadway street in Louisville on Monday Mrs Webster was a handsome young girl when she lived here and was loved by all who knew her She leaves one laughter Miss Margaret Webster several sisters and two brothers besides a host ofI friends and relatives to mourn her death She had been in poor health for about a year She was a gentle consecrated Christian woman The burial took place in the Lexington cemetery on Wednesj day last NEW INVENTION Mr James OConnell SerI Courrt of a metal tug which he is having manufactured and put on the market Mr OOon nell obtained a patent on his in vention about a year ago This tug takes the place of the leach er tug is easily adjusted to the shaft and being cheap and dur able will commend itself to those who use harness The Adams Express Co is answering a prop osjtion to use it on all the har ness owned by that big corpora tion This looks like Mr OOon nell has a good thing and we congratulate him A p 11 Are You Tired Or the same old tune about sum mer gouda Well vary the mono touy anti tell you about the latent things wo have for Fall wear You may consider it n little early to youition when you buy early We have been nnnflnnlly careful in tho selec tion of a choice assortment of Woolen Dress Goods We would like to sell you your fall dress yonIlatest things out such as Melrose P run ell n Granite Cloth Soliel Oxford VenetianB- roadcloth Cheviot Pebble Cheviot Home spun Albatross Nuns Veiling Golf Suiting Serge Henrietta Ar POII We will cheerfully show you the Roods if you will ask to see the- mooo01 MOM 41 St Clair Street rJ READY FOR THE STREET FAIR IThe final meetings to arrange for the street Fair have been held the officers elected and the various committees appointed We hope that qvery body will put their shoulders to the wheel and thus help to make the fair a grand success Below we give the list of officers and committees President W B Bridgeford VicePresident W G Simp sonSecretary3 M Williams Treasurer = Jno A Brislan EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE W B Briclgeford W S De honey Albert McClure George B Harper W S Farmer has Weitzei Geo H Stehlin and James Polsgrove I SOLICITING COMMITTEE 1 Davis Chairman George H Stehliu Arthur Howard Chas Matthews Wm Lutke jmeier Ana Fred Sutterlin PUBLICITY AND PROMOTION Win Williams Chairman Joe Newton David DAVIS Jno Selbert and Fred Sutterlin AMUSEMENTS John B Dryden Chairman A Dudley Blanton John T Buckley Frank Hutchison and Frank Stag MUSICS IJohn H Triplett Chairman t I HERES YOUR CHANCE T TO GETr J ii200 1315 rest Lump Goal y FFR4yr In order to further introduce the excellent grades of Coal Jam handling and to induce you to use them I will Give Absolutely FREE 200 Bushels Southern Jellicb 1 xcellar tFrom SEPTEMBER 1st 1901 to APRIL 1st 1902 with yr theseticketsHoward Noonans store between the 1st and 3rd of April next Two of the tickets will contain numbers corresponding to two r JudgesMessrson the morning of September 1st will select the two numbers intheed fairly and squarely in this contest as a record of the tickets canhavevenient rebarred r ADUDLEYBLANTONo Head of Clinton Street Both Phones 10O W H Mandeville J W Pruett John Sower W H Van Winkle and E A Philips BUILDING AND DECORATION Leo L Oberwarth O Wm Lutkerueier C M nirmanI ford Chas Whitehead GusII LaFontaiuePRIVILEGES L S Graham Chairman Ben Marshall Albert Kirtley and Owen Furr PRINTING John B Dryden Chairman Thos A Joyce Geo A Lewis J W Marksburr Pat McDonald and Bowman Gaines PREMIUMS AND EXHIBITS John H Cassell Chairman J Buford Hendrick J J Bris lan Dr J W Gayle and L F Johnson l RECEPTION Jas H Polsgrove Chairman j MeagherILHeeney TRANSPORTATION George B Harper Chairman J W Graham lerd Jacobs Geprge Shaw and James Eggles tonINFORMATION BUREAU COMMITTEE James Gibbous Jr Pruett Dryden Steve Salendar Henry Waggoner and Adolph DavisI All the noted cattle breeders will have exhibits at the Shelby County Fair Shelbyville Ky August 274 days i It ILEG BROKEN FPhil4 ns to be kicked by a horse at the lwayHe was taken to the Kings Daugh ters Hospital and surgical atten r Lion gi ven 1 AROUND THE OIJRCLE ti1 The Steamer Falls Oity brought 1 in a crowd of Around theJ i Circle excursionists on Tuesday afternoon They came down from High Bridge and returned home over the F C and Q 0 railroads t They seemed to be having a real 1 good time tl GRADUATED OPTICIAN By reference to a notice in another place in our paper of to day it will be seen that Dr G Goldstein of the well knpwn Louisville firm of R G Goldxstein opticiansl has taken rooms at the Capital Hotel for a short stay and will be pleased to adjust glasses to the eyes of all those needing them Dr Goldstein is the brother of Tforitor to our city And like his brother is a graduated optician and thoroughly fitted for the i work Dr Goldstein makes no charge ohnrgesfor r Give him a call and we are sat isfied that you will be pleased with his work jf1 aelling QCt41Fc Qui JP h 1 it CL THINGll lY Goons SiIOBSTii STOCK OF CAPS aii FURNISHING Goons i To be Sold at a Sacrifice Sale continues until everything is sold Dont miss at buyF ilWe quote no prIces so come and see for yourself and fee convinced All Fixtures lii sale at the very lowest price Also a nice line of Carpets Mattings and J pricesLc iiX I 204 St Clair StreetM I N r t j PERSONALt Cupt Theodore Wile was in the city on Monday Mrs Bourne Owsley is visiting wfc Estill Springs Miss Ellen T Woodson is visiting relatives in Missouri Mrs W H Lanter of Mlllvillle spent Sunday in this city i iI Miss Nora Jttiller of this office Spent Sunday in Lexington if if i Mr Sam D Johnson and wife ttmye gone to New York tlity- V Miss Fannie Critteuden is the guest of friends in Louisville 4Mlss Ida Willis spent Sunday at her old homo in Shelbyvlllo Mr Dan Kennedy of Lexington Sundayw from Owensboro on Saturday A R Burnam hits returned f from Atlantic City N J Mr Frank G Stagg returned from the lakes on Friday night Mr Albert McClure has returned from a trip to Mackinac Mich rr Miss Pauline Hardin State Libra Sir rian has returned from Torrent 1i Lutlo Ware is visiting at her old homo In Paris JMiss Carrie Selbert has returned f from Buffalo Niagara Falls etc Mr and Mrs RM Aldridge have gone to Michigan for the summer l Mr E L Samuel and wife have ti rreturned from Atlantic City N J k County Attorney W O Davis of Jt I Versailles was in the city on Mon day Dr Waller O Green of Louis- villet visited relatives here this week Jore Corbett hns gone to IFrench Lick Springs for a shoit stay t Mrs S P Graves is visiting her 1Smother Mrs Brooks at Paynes Mr Robt L Greene wife and 2 son L Brent Greone returned home yesterday Mr Prentiss OBear is visiting friends at his old home in Mt If Stelirng Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington Sunday in this city the guest friends raMr Dan Kennedy who has been living in Lexington has comp home to remain Mr John Green of Greenville Miss was the guest of relatives hero this week Mr Ed win Banta and Miss Mattie Fowler of Louisville were visitors here on Sunday I Mr James and Miss Mary Sloan of Nashville Tenn1 are visiting relatives here Miss Dorothy Mynhier of Mt r Sterling is the guest of Miss Florihe Havens Hon Thos S Kirk Senator from if the dlstrct in Kentucky t was here Wednesday- Mr Chas R Williams of Louis villo Jaiiitor of the Court of Appeals spent Sunday here Miss Susie McHenry who has boon relatives at Owens + boro has returned home Miss Rachel Cromie who has been visiting Miss Annie Kroiner in Paris has returned home Rev Di A S Alderman of Bussellville was a visitor hero this week and out in the county Mrs H W Alexander of Fayette county was the guest of her father I Mr W J Hughes this week i Misses May and Bernice Scottow wire have visiting in Shelby county have returned f Mrs Hiram Berry has returned from a visit to her laughter Mrs V W L Cannon at Midway INir Price M Taylor of St Louis visited his mother Mrs R annualrvneationindeed LexIngtonLucas High street this week Mondaymornlnthe TriCounty School Institute The Misses Hill of Bardstown who have been guests of Mrs W homeI sevInightfromMr J J Smith Assistant SerI geantatArms of the Court of Ap SundayofMidwaybrother Mr E B Rodman this Ed M Colemin of Louis daughterweek Mr W S Farmer and wife were MondaymorningMr Ephraim Lillard Rev W E Gwatkln wife and guestsofweek hasbooncounty returned home Monday night granddaughter YSaturdayMr Geo F Berry and wife rej fromMistasslniSaturday morning Mr W H Hoge went to Win broughthisthem on Monday Judge Ed C ORear wife andson John retunred Sunday PanAmerican LexIngtonweek the guest of his grandfather Capt Sam Sanders theYreturnedMatthewCPanAmericanThey Mr L A West and son Ernest of California and Mr Wm West of Indianapolis Ind were guests of their brother Capr T T West this week iidianapolishis two daughters Ruth and nightforMiss Mary C Cromwell of Fay visitingMrs Thursday anddauthtor Femorhaveloan at Buffalo Misses Sophia and Jane Hen MissSophiaare visiting Mr Robt Burns Wil son and wife Mondaymorning TrCountySchooland Woodford counties Musses Bessie and Marle Limlsoy MinesDarlinghave been guests of Miss Ratherlne Sutitrday u laughItersYoungstown Ohio who have visiting Mrs Jas OConnell btJenI Campbell street left Belloview Ky Mr Thomas Barrett has returned from Oklahoma and while ho lost in the land drawing at El Reno lout is very enthusiastic over the in that country for young and expects to return there to reside next month SALE OF THE F 0 RAILROAD Col Geo B Harper General Superintendent of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railroad made u statement Thursday confirming the publication of the sale of the Frankfort Cincinnati road for 860000 to Mir Charles E Lewis of New York Col Harper Said Plans for the improvement and auffiIcieutlylie butsuch plans are under consideration The road was purchased as an investment but it will require the expenditure ofn large amount of money in improvement of facilities and extension of line to make it a paying one The Board of Directors has been succeeded by an entirely new one There will be no changes in the operating force J R Newton continuing as General Freight and Passenger Agent and Claude Bowlea as Auditor It is understood however that the new Board of Directors include Messrs A D Martin and D W Lindsey jr of this city and W 0 Carrick of Georgetown Ky This we learn from an unofficial source Col Harper the jolly and efficient General Manager is the President of the new company From the Evening Record Alle ghany Pa October 10 18901 When General Pearson gave the famousIexcellentcouldbeTHIRTY YEARS IN REGULAR ARMY George Tracy First Sergeant in the 9th Cavalry colored Regi meet U S A is visiting rela hisfoldbeenIafought the Indians in the West theIa service pension of about 35 per month He is a highly respected colored ma- nKodol Dyspepsia CureDigests what you eat A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the mus ores and may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains WGayle t f jfMrsi 1t II 453 Niagara Street Buffalo N YAent forI THE SHELDON l l ForPanAmerican lDirectj cams wnaaSucac wua acsr fTiitaCta Y ar Less THam a Psas a xfTHE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga t After a career of more or less activity in the Southern field for over a quarter of a century The Sunny has again become a weekly better amimore readable than at any tune in its history r It contains serial stories from the best known authors the world over It is devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers dIis their own Short stories sketches incidents of war and of peace anecdotes at home and afield ideas fashions hints for home keepers1everything of interest to old and young wlll in make up The two great serialsITRISTRAC OF BLENT by ANTnONY HOPE now in with full synopsis to cover former in stallments and Rosalyndes Lovers Maurice Thomp son to begin 27th will be read with absorbing interest throughout the whole outh This Is your opportunity and only 60 cents for a full year of it ThInk or it 60 cents JSubscription price is only fifty cents a year No agents commission The paper is its own beet offer and argument to the subscriber One sample copy free to you and to your six f neighbors whose names antTaddressea you send on a pos tal card provided you send at once A club of five at 60 cents IThe J t literary paper is nero at last Order it today The Sunny South in combination with the greatest of all Southern Weekly NEWSPAPERSThe Weekly Constitutionboth for only 125 a year Remit that amount t to The Sunny South and get these two great paper Literary the other NewsaK Address all letters THE SUNNY SOUTH ATJANTA GA f Ii t1John Robinson The great Robinson Circus shows at points shown bolow Lexington August 26th and Georgetown August 27th Excur sion rates Queen Crescent Route from nil points between Williams town and Danville Show at Danville August 28th pointsLexington agents The for particularsI ia to he at Somerset August 29th Excursions Queen Crescent Route from all points Danville to Pirie Knot At Harriman August 80th Rates from points between Day ton and Rookwood At Rookwood August 81 Rates points between Chattanooga SepteinlherDaytona Cincinnati Sunday Rates biweekly Sunday excursionQueen Crescent Route Sunday August 25th All tho QueenCityfor rates and time of trains YoO RINEARSON G P A Cincinnati 0 r 1 n lt YtII Attractive Home ti tl Visitors South April from tY t There was a fine crowd out at the Y M I picnic on Wedaaes lay Owing to the inevitable rains at comeS 1 nio the pleasures of the daywere somewhat marred The afternoon and evening were fine nnd the increasedIFrom Prof Jacob Rineharfc Rich moucl Vii June 11 3808 r IOn the occasion of tho reInter of Jefferson Davis I had the of listening to rendi tion of mvnmrghby yoiirfyu1 at HQlywQoc1 You did li mubhsatisfnetion Public Sale of Jersey Cows H 1blH1noIITUESDAY SEPT 10th At 1015 a in soil at public saloatvny farm fronlFrenlcfnrtnearBetts turnpike my entire herd of milk cnwA and heifers Herd contains fresh high grade TomovH hlffh grade Jernoys ht Dur ham in milk to calm lit Octo iber high gradeiurnuy heifers Tlie tun cows nd two of tho heifers are wife in my nuru St Lambert bull LUOJH King Pe whose dan Kins Lucy made n record of oa of butter In uevm days when 8 years old and 1400Will can bottles tc t fI Terms of HaWLoi than 2000 cah t 1 larger oumh six months wlahout interest Buyer to a roud nutu payable at Farmers Fanfc of FrnnKlort arrive in nine tor solo from both Jimnktort and LoXUltd O H JJJTT B BtIEAK Auctioneer Aug St 1UJi L ibTv Final Sale of AIash GoodsRVNigUSORit hr rl7t r Ey0rytMng must go as we do not believe in carrying goods over to next season fc for Lawns and Dimities worth 10 and 12 l2e I 4t 12 1Sc for Lawns and Dimities worth 25c n SHIRTWAISTS AT LESS THAN COST TO CLOSE r DTOTrL T taT C0jThe White Front Store 311 Main StreetLII 111 Y iFor the Roundabout j L Al Y HEABT IS THIN JCi fJJ My heart is thine but oh I XT strive in vain 1 1 To bring m thoughts to knoW i The higher pJaJn fiA flash aiulthenUs gone The Holy Light I A y1peitsgddeivNlght- qlimineroj the dawn f T envisage of the G 00 aIj lB inarred with dust I lore trot fiS Tiwoald i but its I most jI Iii r2 FRANKLIN ASS CtT10N This yeuerable body of Baptist t Churcl1I ttwoIjt churches with1 tf exce t lou o bOury ega Jon t jI Dr U Yi Williams was elected wiMOderatQrIr Brnesfc R JbneF z Clark Lee Assist PiJ Aant Clerk JV h TJie reports from thd churches if showed a very gratifying increase Ilnthe llielTlhorHhin liv conversion it and baptism the church in this L city leading with 54 additions inIr that wayt There were over 2000 e noIand neighborhood had an abund ance of every thing good to eat Cat and Run fI There isnt a man who would be seen slitting through the street munching a piece of p e Vihy not Because it stomachtwouldnt look well As a matter of fact fmany a business man snitches a lunch 7 in suoh a hurry that he might as well reasontbusmeS9ti for diseases of the stomach and other organs of and nutrition It Doctor Purees Golden Medical Discovery The- worst cases of dyspepsia and catarrh of the stomach have been cured by this t medicine It cures where all other means have failed to cure Goldcnj1M f Clarence Carnes Esq ofTaylorstown Loudoun Oa va mostdidnttakeanything now I am so hardlyknowyour kind Information I tried thingsbefore you There was a gentleman told me about medi doc and how it had cured his wife I thought I would try a bottle of itAm now glad I did for I dont know what I would have done if it bad not been for Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Doctor Pierces cure Pleasant bmo They the PelletsI liver and cleanse sys TheyshouldGolden Medical Discovery when there is seed of a laxative i yF then tables set under the shade of a row of trees along the pike literally groaning under the weight of substantiate and deli cacies All proper precautions had been takenfor the maintenance bf good order aiidthe keeping away of all disorderly persons Every thing was done quietly and in order Revs W 0 Taylor D D formerly of this city but now of In arYInhElencewas to have prached the introduc strongssermon And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free Memorial resolutions were inftwenty years service as Moderator of the body Col Thos Rodman sr Tender and appropriate re marks were made upon same Taken in every way this was one of the best meetings ever held by this body of 8800 Christian people and this was largely due to the effective work of Rev Wm 1ioDlilnn the pastor and n committee of brethren of North Fork Church The place of meeting next year Associationtto May ZILPAH Health goQdV Not many on the sink list Among the number is Mr Burton Duncan who is con fined to his room nt present Among the visitors are Mrs Sarah Moore who returned from a visit to her eon Mr G D Moore near Eminence this week Mr Wilson Moore wife and Miss Iva Moore wore at Shelbyville Friday shopping Mr T J Perkins tobacco agent comImunityshipments of product to lre houseRev J H Pence was the guest of Mr C W Perkins and family Monday MrC W Perkins and Mr Den nis Cook were in town this week on businessMr Bright and family were the guests of Mr YoB Moore and family Sunday Mr W B Moore wife and sot Master Clay were the guests of Mr Vick Gordon and family near Eminence one day the past week Miss Mattie Phillips and her brother were the guests of Miss Addie Moore Sunday It is said there will be a weddirg in our community in the near future IB any thing in appearances the rumor surely will be true Mrs Ed Duncan daughters and son of Bridgeport visited friends at Warsaw Friday Guess the preacher thought to gain remainIingo joking Thats right Be useful as well as ornamental- We guess J B M will get nIl the way this time It appears he has made a trade with the preacher to tie the knot by loaning him the use oi his buggy He is a sly coon you bet Mr Arthur says M P and A SDI are initinl that wilL bind the coitrnct The future will prove all things The twos weeks l fneeting at Lebanon conducted by the pastor Rev Mr Johnson and assisted by Rev John Show qfosed Saturday night with quite n number of ad ditions Baptism was administered to fourteen candidates Sun day morning at 10 oclock at the old stand on Six Mile known as Stivers Mill by the pastor CLOSE OBSERVER CHOATEVILLE Mrs Humphrey and grand daughters will leave for their home in Louisville Monday after an extended visit to relatives in this vicinityIThe Rev Thos Lennox preached last Sunday to a large and attentive congregation The church is newly painted and the minister hopes soon to have it papered Mr Georgo Dennis we are glad to say is able to be out He made a visit to Frankfort lust Wednes day Mr Alexander Sargent who dislocated his shoulder Injet Monday a week ago by slipping on a banana peeling is vary much hotter He will return to Louisville today after a ten days visit to friends aril relatives in this community Ills wife iiiY son will accompany him hams Mrs Bettie DHJMIH who has been sickis much improved- A dauchtpr WitS hurls 6n Mr and MM Mnuriue lust Wednesday and lived but a few hours DANDY SANDY Louisvilles Great INTERSTATEFAIR Sept 23Oct 5 1901 Magnificent Roman Hippodrome and Athletic Carnival Americas Grandest Exhibit of Live Stork and Farm Products 1500000CASH Cattle Premiums SPEED CONTESTS ON ILLUMINATED TRACK An OldFashioned Fair with uptodate Amusements Admission Day 25c Evening lOc n- Pleasant to take rTrd3trk Laxative SyrupVNA- UTRES rx CURE FOR CONSTIPATION 1f Ask our Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts arer the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a h normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege ttable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring i about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have triedSALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE CURES BLOOD TROUBLES BLOOD POISON CANCER ECZEMA ETC COSTS NOTHING TO TRY Old obstinate deepseated cases permanently cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B If your blood is tainted produc lug offensive eruptions bones and joints ulcers hair mucous patches sore fullingI und throat scabs or sC sistent pimples eating sores swellings sore lip dry sore dull aching lancing shooting pains then you have blood poison or beginnings of deadly theI Dont experiment but take Blood Balm B B B made especially to cure all malignant blood troubles like those named above and itching scabby ec zema carbuncles scrofula rheu matism cancer blood humors eto Heals every sore and stops all aches and pains Try it Costs but at druggists Treatment sent free by writing to Dr Gilj lam 200 Mitchell Street lanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Med icine and free medical advice sent at once prepaid B B B originated by Dr Gillam over 80 years ago Thousands have been cured many after doctors and patent medicines had utterly failed Botanic Blood Balm B B B gives life vigor and strength to the blood making it pure and rich411T DO YOU WANT To sell your real estate timber or codl stock of goods Ion want to or exchange for kind of property Write aU the particulars al be able to help Address N Charleston W Vs Box Deo 15ly c El rr c x Bears tlignatnre of n TM KM this BOuQIitr IBETWEEN I Louisville BESTCALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST iUNION STATION DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars ry Palace Drawing Room Sleeper h iBH BACON D P AiXWCorlthaadMarketSU XxraUrUl a llr Cadys Condition Fowuers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and R vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and JLeCompte Gayle 0 j TfleFranMortRounilaDDiit Entered at the postoHice at Frankfort Ken tuoky as sccondolnss muiluble matter CEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 24 1901 THE BLESSED RAIN Friday niTItabput 10 oolocka splendid rain comI meuced to fall gently a quietly that every drop soaked into the r ground It continued to increase in volume until shortly before 5 oclock Saturday morning when t it came down in torrents tlr Later it slacked up and rained in showers most of the day anti riiglit Sunday was showery the greater part of the day at times raining very hard- r It remained cloudy partof Mon day thus preventing the loss of 11 tiny moisture by the thirsty groundj f Vegetation has begun to put on rtha new face already and pastures daystagoand fresbr I rj A NEW DISTILLERXI There has been a corporation 2formed to build and operate a big on Elkhorn creek near- j the Forks of Elkhorn Messrs Georgeii Thos H Hinde of Chicago Ills are the members of the corpora tion They will build a 10000 barrel house perannum on the old Maokiin farm There is a c magnificent and famous spring at that point and several times in the past negotiations have heels made for such an establishment which fell through owing to a lack of shipping facilities which t are now supplied by the F fe C t railroad t The new distillery will be known as the Mill Brook Distillery IOE CREAM SUPPER The good ladies of Choateville will give an ice cream supper at tbo Choatevillo schoolhouse to r night Saturday to begin at 780 oclock and continue until about Yi 11 oclock it iIf t It will be given for the benefit A JOr the Choateville Christian F Church to raise funds to paper r the church It is a good object and these good ladies know how to Thosektrust there will be a big crowd rpresentr yrLAST SUNDAYS EXCURSION V- The Steamer Falls City left this port on Sunday last at 0 oclock n a in with only a moderate crowd t6 of excursionists on for High wasiiireached her destination she had i quite a good crowd on board On the return trip she reached port about 980 p in r p HOLDING A MEETING Rev M B Adams the brilliant and scholarly young pastor of the T First Baptist Chucrh of this city NelsonIAP i1oiEi1Then the baby Js most like I Jy nervouS and fretful and doesnt gain in weight j Scotts Emulsion j Is the best food and medicine for teething babies They p i from the start sampleI I gal 4r5 Pearl Street York and too aU druggists 4Socf i l t t IIII ing wfeh the Deatsvllir Church Rev W 0 Carver pastor We can assure the people of that neighborhood that they have a treat in store for thorn in the sermons of this earuesteloquenfc ofGodI until toda week ITO PREACH AGAIN IVe are glad to announce that Rev W C Taylor DD so long the well beloved pastor of the First Baptist Church of tiffs city againIp m Those who heard him last Sun day will be sure to hear him again tomorrow and a large number of others A cordial invitation is extended to every body who can do so to attend t NOTICE TO CITY SCHQOL PUPILS AND TEACHERS The Superiutorident of the City Schools of Frankfort will ben his office Thursday and Friday of next week to meet any pupil who desires to talk about promotions subIon either of these days Teachers meeting will be August SLap 10 a m Parents and guardians will confer a favor upon pupil and teacher by having pupils to start the first day Yours truly- S L FROGGE Superintendent SPOILED THEIR FUN Several couples of young people started from the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood Wednesday morn ing to attend the Baptist Associa tion at Switzer and when near Harvioland a horse attached to one of the buggies took fright and started to run when two of the buggies crashed together and were overturned throwing the ocou pants into the mud Aside from a few bruises no damage was done but their days pleasure was spoiled WHAT A TALE IT TELLS If that mirror of yours shows a wretched sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin its liver trouble but Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver purify the blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich complexion Only 25 cents at J W Gayles PUT IN A SEWER The city leas this week put in a 12inch crock sewer from the catch basin in from of the store of Mr J C Mastin on Main street into the rnaih sewer to take the place of the small one which was con tinually being choked up with the filth accumulated in the street gild had become a perfect nuisance whenever it rained- QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indiges tion or bjlliousness Doctors wore scarce and seldom heard of IPI pendicitis nervous prostration or heart failure They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undi gested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the systemI and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with head aches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens Flower in liquid form to mnkeI you satisfied there is nothing ous the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac SouthI Longmoor Co 4 l AbkIS ii f 111J 1 tIA l RoaSt4offee y P1S 7ii t f Sr 1r tI AXBUCKIX BROS- Notioa Dept JfewYerkCkyNY low roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at- m cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get quality and greater value than you can get ia any other coffee at anywhere near the same price Dr R P BuofMasler 113 St Clair S- tOsigojialMosiota LADY ASSISTANT Dr Nettie P Furrow Graduates from KIrksville Mo under Dr A T Still Office Hours 9 to 12 a m S to 5 p m PhonesOffice Local 188 East Tennessee 146 Residence Local 804 East Tennessee 128 48tf Ko lreplWhat most peoplo want is Something mild and gentle when in need of a physic Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Fri sale by J W Gaylo and South LongmoorIf of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the finalre sult DoWitta Early Risers will remove this danger Safe pleasant and effepve South Longm r Co and AV Mo ee Hardie Double daily train Brvice to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route fJames White J3lYl1t vine Ind says De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo healed running sores on both legs He had suffered six years Doctors failed to help him Get DeWitte tio j imitation South IJ6ngmoor QoJ ndiIo1ceo JJndie u f xr kx The price at which Arbuckles famous makes coffee ben Little You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package Save the signatures KodollDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the tood and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gads It is the latest discovereddlgcsl aut and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Flatulence Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia Cramps and all other results of imperfect digestion PrlceSOc and St Lane size contains 2ii Umct small size Book all about dyspepsia mu had fret Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Chicago A bad complexion generally re sults from inactive liver and bowels In oil such cases De Witts Little Early Risers produce gratifying results South Long moor and W McKee Hardie Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteedPianos any organs Before purchasing a piano or organ call on or wrho MIH Luln H Miller agent for D H Baldwin k Co No Ill Third Street South Frankfort Ky Prices on Pianos 120000 and up and old Pianos cheap New Organs 16500 and up Old Organs 12500 and up Easy pay OrgansJune Excursion rates to PanAmeri can Exposition Queen Cres cent Route CASTORIAFor Tai Kind You HIYI Always Biuikt Bears the Signature of Dress Box Couches 1 c A Bed Lounges j + VvVv Sofa Couches and ll i s t Chairs tg t t s Y 5 We are overstocked on above and offer special inducements in the way of prices for the next 10 days A word to the wise is sufficient R Rogers SonsD- ec 1 11yjAdministrators Notice IA ILLttictopresentthomont J ANDREW GAIN AdmrAugust 17lm Versailles ky TO SAVE HER CHILD From frightful disfigurement Sa Mrs Nannie Galleger of La- Grange Ga applied Bdoklens- Arnioa Salve to great sores on her head and face and writes its quick cure exceeded all her hopes It works wonders in sores bruises skin eruptions cuts burps scalds and piles Cure guaranteed by J W Gayle iu ftr wIf rrr r a u I X isvs rr- Y Bargains That Are Real In Summer Goodgrf That Now Is Just The Time To Buy 1 2T1 WASH WAISTSr 1p r- 400 Waists for 300 300 Waists for 200 It J iI 200 Waists for i4Qr 150 Waists for i6bv 100 Waists for 75 50 Waists for 40 H Patterns for August Just Received Cal And Get a Fashion Sheet Free I ris 0 LZ f L nc L 6 L n a t e SULPHUR SPRINGSI lr r Relayed letter fIttf The at Bryant Station ijl1f bas closed consequently the Stn ijoh has assumed a quiet appear uPWjt1uceThere was something near a rt storm struck the home of Mr J01X011 last Saturday afternoon c P udenceBrawner Miss Mittie- ltfitohell Mr V B Pulliam and lei 0 J Obinn and wife Born July iJOth to Mr Curtis K Young and wife of Lawrenceburg K Ky a fine girl Rosa Curtis We wish to warn those who have I yrthelt mail sent to Bryants store some who are so p and thou circulate the cbntenJB J iV ver the neighborhood Is not t this a e td any f community to allow such an t offense to go unpunished when there is a law to punish suoba 1act As Mr 3yiiu jjij an upright genilenian twa wonder that oOQQ1JP 1i jDO more carefully lookfid afjer since the intrude Is of the opposite sex it is oertnin1yem It V barrasslng but we trust that a 7 word to the wise may be sufficient i Mr Eugene Bryant and family of spent Sunday with the p family of Mr D Bryant yrias Cora Sudduth has returned 11 from a two weeks stay with rel sj 4 atives near Dry Ridge She seemed to enjoy the visit nicely and also seems somewhat im r proved in health VjJ share in congratulations Ir Well it isa disgrace to seesuch fe long lace as Mr Rufus Bryant wearing at present There is I jSSiio need of losing old boy even if iJ is Olarie is in Woodford We ejelsure that her thoughts are f y wandering to the time she will greet you for of 11iY Ycourse absence makes the heart grow fonderJt rl f There are a number of our peo pie who are prying around in quest h i work but neve finding any uj uuuu x 7oity ere the first chilling frost oft November comes l We shouldvery much like to know what has become of poor ji Molly yocunt as we have not- i 6 heard any thing lately from her fluent pun We presume she has Jgqne to a cooler and more fertile 1X f If such is the case we V sincerely hope she will return 1 when the zephyr breezes of autumn fan our brows and those calm land peaceful days tonne around Mr Selbert Moore and his best girl spent Sunday in Bagdad the 4 guests of Mr James UTKUrro Ji and wife We suppose Miss Katie Mrode the mule SeIbert Walked in front Well that was jojtcapital idea There was no p a smashup Well we will close by adding rthat wo would be ever so pleased- to have a good rain ns the crops t e looking thirsty indeed while t pwater IS getting scarce for both n and beast but we trust that t I tfr J t n n Lawns and all summer goods at greatly reduced prices r New White and Blackf Lawns just received Very stylish IStaminr1 W s FARMERbAAJ Sunda throughj thek lour Heavenly Father has not for us entirely and that those who are looking to their crops as a means for a heavy debt may be provided for STAR EYES THEIR SEROET IS OUT All Sadieville Ky was curious to learn the cause of the vast im provement in the health of Mrs SP Whittaker who had for a long time endured untold suffering from a chronic bronchial trouble Its all due to Dr Discovery writes herhusband It completely cured her and also cured our little grand daughter of a severe attack of whooping cough It positively cures coughs colds la grippe bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50 cents and 81 Trial bottles fret at X W Gayles WENT BACK TU THE OHIO RIVER The steamer Falls City havingobtained permission from the government authorities hat pone out e Kentuckyriyerl and will remain in the Ohio until the looks are repaired If you ha ye a baby in the house ou will wish to know the best yay to check any unusual loose wss of the bowels or diarrhoea of neall children 0 P M Holli sm of Deming Ind who has an dayen months old child says elevrough the months of June and Th our baby was teething and July a running off of the bowels tooksiokness of the stomach His and Is would move from five to bowie times a day I had a bot eight Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrheoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by J Gayle and South Longmoor mistthe Shelby county Fair at Shelbyville Ky August 27four days The horse show will be the greatest in Kentucky this yearIBoone County Fair Florence Ky August 28th81st One fare round trip Queen Cres cent Route to Erlanger daily dur ing the fair from all points be tween Cincinnati and Lexington Ask ticket agents for particulars ASTONISHED THE EDITOR EditorS A Brown of Benuotts ville S 0 was once immensely surprised Through long suffer ing from dyspepsia he writes my wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered from her stomach but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and after using four bottles she is entirely well can eat anything Its a grand tonic and its gentle foritorpidloss of appetite stomach and liver troubles its a positive guaranteed oUreOnly 50 cents ato J W Gayles 1stt IF x KY B k I fA L I L Formerly known as the Winston School Frankfort Ky and For Further Information Call Or Address J B 2nd Shelby St 44tSl We have just received and are now prepar ed to furnish our patrons for family use during the summer season the wines on And bear in mind we are sole agents for cinnati Ohio OREGON AND IDAHO are the States tovhioh a large is now directed You should take advantage of the op and the greatly reo duod rates This wonderful coun try fully and accurately described and illustrated in a now booklet with a large map which will be mailed to any address upon receipt of six cents in postage by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue trains leave Louisville 100 p in 815 a m Cincin nati 480 p m 830 a in for Buffalo over L vania Erie LinesThe Akron Route Round trip tickets may be obtained over it to Lake Buffalo Niagara Falls and Canadian resorts Ask 0 H Hagerty D P Agt Louisville Ky or Geo E Rockwell A G P Agt Cincinnati Ohio for information about fares etc SALE have for sale a second hand Williams typewriter Apply at this office 41tf I tJ Some Things Have their seasons but r Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains are for every season have new ones Prices the lowest Also remnants in tings are bargains Cor anyFRANKFORT Franklin Female Institute Primary Intermediate Collegiate Department MondaySeptember On CASSIDAY Frankfort Kentucky SAFFELLS following purevizMuscatel Port- Angelica Tokay Sweet Catawba GrapeJuices 212 ANN STREET WASHINGTON immigration portunites NPennsyl Ghautauqua IVe and We some pretty some Mat that Main IFOR Frankfort Business College Full Session Begins Sept 2 TypewritingMRthemotics Students secure good positions drugstoreMcKEEAu New Fast TrainT- OColorado II UTAH ANDTHE II PAODTIO COAST In effect Sunday May Tile now trains will leave n m daily The evening trains to same points serviceThronghcisco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address MATTHEWSTrav Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo YouShouldzf use MILES r JAMFLOUR It FIRSTBecause it Is the best FLOUR in r the marketISECOND Because it ii the product of s1thome manufactory and home labor ii production Tho J Kit Iilillg CoSSJ N MILES Sec 1lY SOUTHERN RAILWAY I St LonisLdnisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 iIt Louiarftlle Division No1 om ant No 5 pm iNo8pm 780Ar1cLawrencoburg 955 600 085 1010 042 954 1Lexington 1045 710 1030 It 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No4 No pm No6 am Jr Lv Burgin 485 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 versailles 603 445 780 f625 512 765 820I t andLXlsHarrodsburg i tllSouthviaKnoxville amingbetween and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between LouisstNo4 No2 pArPrinceton 100 pm 145 a m St Louis 088 pm 783 a m No No1hlsosam11000pmAr NolO No 22 Lv Louisville Ar Huntlngburg 6oopml850am Evansdlla No t No Lv Evansville 780 a m116 p Ar Huntingburg 908 a m 250 p m Ar 1159 a m 545 p m betweeALouisville i Trains Nas9 and run solid between Louis ville and Evansville carrying Chair Oars Trains NOB carry Through first LouisviDay trnlns between Louisville and St Louis CarsNight Louisville and St LouIs J carry Pullman Drawing Room Bleeping Gars buffet v For tickets and further information apply rYHPA Il p iiASCENSION RELIGIOUS EPISCOPALOHUKCH Bev R L McOready AssistantSunday 111ar Bibleolassat7soppublicareBAPTIST CHURCHRev W IndianapolisIndiana 8m ityandofJesusSunday school in the chapel at forlounRt meetatt evening inVCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev preaohatsits ot a Good Grip o night service Wednesdayni4r Buildin wedpecially strangers in the city i CATHOLIC CHUECH TheM usual services tomorrow conducted MajorbtheHighnassm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 2t11 ft m tI Xo service V Sundayschool at 946 a m r Young Peoples Society of Chris SundayjFPrayermeeting Wednesday even ngatgOO public cordially invited Revrs preach at 11 a m and 8 p in DmWednesdayevening attendSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHUEOHThis church being under olthe work DANGEROUS ILLNESS fit This whole community was pained and grieved this week at Y4 the sudden and dangerous illness f 4 q Mrs Tean Fuqua Beokham the wifet ofiwe that she may be spared to ttwthose who love and admire her for Christian character t LOST tr Inf Frankfort KYlbetween the Court House ji aMarkeseiemeralds and diamonds- The finder will be liberally reward Id by returning to 9RLANDO BROWN ==r r 1r t7 htItJJ rv r I r Some 1 fJ r TL- Kt Jewelry Faiets = l tII It is a fact that every article in our large new stock is tHoroiijjhly and t reliable just what it pretends to bevtiIt is a fact that our guarantee stands behind every article we sell i lowDont y Come in and lets have a talk about jewelry fcl MA SELBERT SHELBY COUNTY FAIR HistoricI theI27 nuts continue 4 days The Doming exhibition promises to be fhe greatest in the history of this historic association and the management is sparing neither pjmiS nor expense to make it eclipse air former efforts President J H Fullen wider and Secretary JYM Logan announce that even at this date applications for stalls indi cate that the show of horses nt the Yillleclipsetempted in Kentucky The cattle Shaw promises to be also equally fine every celebrated breeder in the country having signified hi intention to be present with the pick of his herd The premium list is most lib eral and covers everything this being the recognized old fashioned fair in Kentucky The proverbial hospitality of thepebpleof Shelby county as in the past will be gen erously extended to all visitors For a good time with good people let your slogan be Meet me at the Shelby County Fair August 7 28 29 80 r From the Canton Morning Record October 10 1890 wfhe Stonewall Brigade Band an excellent musical organization organized in 1855 The made a handsome appearance and their music was first class PROTECT YOUR EYES r G Goldstein the Enl nent Optician of Louisville is now at the Cap ital Hotel Where He Will Remain a Few Days Only Having had many years experience with a large practice all over the State he is enabled to relieve those persons having any ailment of the eyes causing pain and imperfect sight The Doctor will examine your eyes and fit them with perfect glasses In all cases of imperfect vision as headache caused thereby a perfect epeo ado will give relief To eyes tired weak painful dimmed or blurred they offer strengthening jest and refreshment other words remove the cause of the difficulty and the eyes will have their original brightness beauty and health It requires professional guidance oven when the best article is offered es the eyes are frequently dissimilar and many require compound lenses i IThe Pebble Lenites are the most highly esteemed of any used in spectacles resulting from the hardness of the material their transparency and more than all to the foot that they are accurately ground To fully appreciate the importance of us ling the spectacles with perfect lenses it- si but necessary to state the foot that of the lenses used in spectacles all but a very small portent are NOT GROUND but merely moulded or pressed into form on i are very injurious to the eyes W e distinguish between faults of acco mod Hon and refraction The latter is in Recent in the form of the eye the former belong to the performance of its function Both are frequently mingled in the same case but each can be distinguished from the othel Errors inthe form of thecy are as follows Its axis is too short Hy MyopYjIUs The last mentoined error may be combine with cither of the twos preceding Many persons use glasses of too great a refractive power or too strong a magnify ing power supposing they son better or thestype so away so a time this is entirely a mistake As this causes the cylary muscles to relax causes n hardening of the Cryataline Lense and you will have to change for atijl stronger Lenses in rapid succession and loco the of accommodation or lose the 1power to adjust your eyes to different distances consequently you will have to wear glasses for near and distant vision This can be avoided by using spectacles of proper focal power Room 55 and Parlors Capital Hotel Home Office 847 Fourth street Resi dence 520 West Walnut St Aug 19tf PROTRACTED MEETING We are requested to announce eloquentsand able preacher will commence q protrnetedmeeting of tO weeks duration with the Forks of Elk- horn Harmony Baptist Church tomorrow Sunday Services 71oclockinvited to attend COLORED Our colored friends held their fair this week at the Pepper racetrack There was as usual a large crowd present Several races were run during the course of one of which a horse fell and threw his jockey over his head badly bruising his leg The horse itself turned a somersault but was uninjured a byChamberlains about onethird tho time any other becausedcause the parts to heal without maturation For sale by J W InGalye and South 6t Longmoor COLORADO EXCURSIONS j CresoentRouteat reduced rates account summer excursions Ask ticket agents for particulars W 0 Jtinearson G P A Cincinnati Reliable Jeweler r i i ti Frankfort Kentucky t JJ riritr iiri4srloi lc f LIQUORS1 J E BEST GHOGEHIES LOWEST PRiCES it JOHTBRISCOLLSS li JHBAMERICAN INVESTMENT CDMPANYjtl itJCAPITALjf Address all f Ijr1HOMELEXINGTON u JGOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASSrr jT CASH We give rebate checks on all t cash purchases thereby allowing Iyou 4 per cent and making7 you a partner in our business Why not buy from us Oar prices are the lowest and goodsSYt of the best quality and we carryy everything to be found in a firstrclass Hardware Store aV ii tlMASONICNOTICE CourtOscarMaryJ Moore etc Delta and J H Moores Admr J Moore etc Plfllpersons claims against the estate of J i Moore deceased are hereby notified to appear before me and prove claims or to present the same to me proven as required bylaw on or before 2ndl100Iw 004Glt rDO YOU sUFFER 7 with hot tired aching or perspiring feet use Gayles AntisepticFoot It corrects uncomfortable conditions and makes tight shotS easy Price 15c J W GAYLE DruffiitM- arkothouso Cor Ann aad Broadway Frankfort Ky 2411iUlF J According To Announcement f The Misses Orowo will their Private ttSchool Wednesdayeptembor lith Thedally so rrnngoo hatspeclat f 1Um1tedfor Junior Year of any college in Kentucky01 tiVirginia No extras Latin higher Mathematics rAngloaxon etcMiss Lettia Crowe Oin wilt Rf teach the Plano 4021xIFAST TRAINS NORTH i Chicago NorthWeetern Rail fffway leave Chicago daily for Mil t BaykFond Ashland1Stand all points in Wisconsin and 1 the Copper Country Quiokwt time Service unequaled The best of everything For ticket p applytoaddress A F Cleveland 486 Vine lstreet Cincinnati Ohio y DO YOU SHOOT ii do should send your name and address on a postal card for WINCHESTERUN C TAL 0 G UE IT ffiGillustrates and describes all the different Winchester Rifles Shotguns and and contains much valuable information Send at once to the Winchester Repenting Arms Co Now Haven Conn 4oly DEATHS LTLLAftD At his honengar Bawrenceburg on iitmdtiymorn ftng Mr Ephrnip Lillard sr aged y t nelarly 82 years Vlit r Lillard wasone of the most 4 highlyrespected citizens of Auder isqn county honorable upright jal1d kindly in nil the relations of 3ifit e J He leaves six daughters Mrs i VYJlkI6ry BJnkemdre Mrs W SI t v Farmer Mrs H B Carpenter Mrs W S JBarriger Miss t Rachel Lillard and Miss Jon- nie Lijlard and one son Mr Ephriam Lillard jr and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his death f The funeral services were co- nJfucted by Rev AV EGwatkin J from the family residence on t Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock t v after which the remains were laid t td rest in the Lawrenceburg cam ptery by the side of hit wife who rli t shad preceded him to the grave IX PULLIAH At his father i 1t iipme on Benson August 18th Sunday morning Mr TEd ij t dings Puljiam aged 18 years son of Mr Warren and Mrs Sallie i Pullianij of Brights disease He leaves a father mother three jt brothers and one sister and a host at of relatives and friends to mourn this death The uneral took place Vl ton Monday morning at 10 oclock at the home of hip father services lbeing conducted by Rev Mr Shaw after which the remains were buried in the Sudduth bury ing ground SI BRAWNER In this city Wednesday night Mrs Katie i Brawner wife of Mr George poisonid deathr t JI88 beSIdes a little child only two years of age she leaves a babe of fony a few duysIMrs Brawnerwas a devout 3 Catholic and the funeral took s plaice from the Church of the Good aericesM l tended tr t = SEPTEMBER VACATION RATES 4li Chicago North Western YI Septeinherff and fishing resorts in Wisconsin 411Idaha 4 Dovilp Lake 495 Forest Lake 5 Green Lake 515 Neeuah 585 Marquette 1085 Colorado and the Black Hills 2500 Utah 40 Gogebic E ke1095 Tickets sold to San Francisco Los Angeles and return 50 September 1927 return limit November 15 For low rates tour pamph1tsagent or address NJ M Breeze 49 aSorth Pryor street Atlanta Ga A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Ono Jnnt OhioGeoF SttL9nisS Fiftb avenue Chicago IFrbin the Burlington News N0W March 10 18911 The finest body of Amateur mqioiuns in the sunny South Eruptions cuts burns scalds nd sores ofall kinds quickly ealed by DeAVitts Witch Hazel ale Certain cure for pilesr aware of counterfeits Be sure originalDWittsPtah oKee Hardie IHEFFNERPAHMCards have been received in this city au inouucing the marriage of Mr John McKee Heffner formerly of this city and Miss Armede Har riett Fnhnof Morrison Park blind The wedding is set for Tuesday August 27th The many friends of Mr McKee Heffner in his boyhoods home tender congratulatip ns ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will bo found the list of advertised letters for the weekend ing Ajigust24 1901 Day Mrs Mary Donohoo E Hazolett Miss Mary 88 Hox H L Howell John Laura Humphrey FiW L Logan Burps Mosby Ell i lPowers G R t rtSeJIhmnStephens F A Thompson C F Trenton J 0 Van Seekle Mrs J A Webber Arthur J When calling for theso letters please say advertised S B ON L N FOR CONCLAVE The L N will run a special train to Louisville leaving Lex ington Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock and reaching Louisville at 420 for the accommodation of the Knights Templar This train will only stop at Midway and Frankfort Those interested will please take nOticeIColored Fair Lexington One fare round trip to Lexington daily September 10th to 14th Queen Crescent Route from in Kentucky See small bills for list of finest attrac dons ever offered in Lexington W C RINEARSON G P Cincinnati 0 MEXICAN JUMPING BEANS We are again placed under obligations to our longtime friend Col Geo G Graham of Magda lenb Sonora Mexico for a supply of those famous Mexican Jump ing Beans They are as great a curiosity as ever and we desire to thank our friend for his kindness We have distributed the curiosities to our friends bilIiousberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely curedsays Roy A A Power of Emporia Kas My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week mediIcinedoctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief so discharged him I wantover to sea him the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea and he said No I went homo and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief but he took no more and was en trely cured I think it the best medioine I have ever tried For sale by J W Gayle And South Longmoor J LEXINGTON EASTERN R Y ILOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND Daily Naz Ex Sun Daily Leave Lexington 225 p m 740 n in Winchester 810 pm 82J n m L E Junction 822 p m 887 a in Clay City 855 p m 018 nin Stanton 400 pm 92a m Natural Bridge 485 p m 9Wn m Torrent p in1008njn BenttyviUeJunctlon 511 p ml02Q n m Arrive Jackson 015 p mll80 a m WESTBOUND rNo1 DailyEx No4 No4 Dally Leave Jackson 025 am 225 outtyvillo Junction 728 am B2fli in Torrent 747 am 847 pm Natural Bridge 801 n in 401 pm Stanton 828am48epm Cln C1ty 887n m 480 pm I L B Junction 911 u m 503 pm Winchester 023 am 520 pm Arrive Lexington 1010 am 63 pm Nos and make connections at L i E June tion with tho Chesapeake 8 Ohio R R for Mt Sterling and Ashland JR BARR General Manager OH AS SCOTT G P A T R MORGAN S P A aPLUM eadWkilty Us- wr4 W keM wtUl Ye11lanALin1 ya o s VM ftrr m FOR SALE A farm of about 200 acres for sale near Farmdale Ky Well watered grassPossessionuary For terms apply to- MBS MOLLIE E THOMAS Ky48tfSCHOOL TO OPEN Miss Ora Soottow will open her school Monday September 2 1001 in the Farmers Bank building on Main street for the study of short hand type rating bookkeeping eteFor terms apply at home 800 Steele street 48td EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMFORT AND OCEAN VIEW VA On Tuesday August 20th the Chesapeake Ohio By will sell round trip tickets to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va at 18 good fifteen days from date of porIon trains leaving Lexington at 1120 a m and 845 p m Through sleepers will be run on 845 p in train Berth rates 2 for night or 850 through Dont miss the last opportunity to the seashore this summer Write for full Information for sleeper reservations to GEO W BARNEY D P RyLexingtoniKy iRe DIn KeMuu HOllO Minutes Walk of PanAmerican Exposition Send for map of Buffalo and rate R s HAMBLETON Delaware Ave Formerly of this old town 43l2to LEXINGrON BREWING GO BEERSIEQUALTO ANY BEER MADE THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRODUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D ROBINSON Frankfort t Local bone 284 Sept 2ly 0 0 Buck Arksays I was troubled with constipation until I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirelycured of my old complaint recommend them South Longuioor Co and W McKee Hardie Best Route to St Paul and Minneapolis Chicago NorthWestern Ry The NorthWestern Limited eleotrio lighted loaves Chicago daily at 680 p in Service un equaled The best of everything Three other firstclass fast trains daily from Chicago alsor900 a m daylight trains 1000 p m Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex fullIOhio BRING Your Old SchoolBooks TO JIRK McCLURE SON And Exchange For NEW ONEStI Better Take Advantage of Cut Price In Shoes and Clothing While It Lasts fi a RKMcCluresson PLYMOUTH ADa- m PITTSBURGH COALS l I receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal ofIthe best quality Leave your orders while it is large and clean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Companr rrw W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 lus1Ivtr iOImOll wIISKEYOf BOTTLED IN POND Till BEST All WHISKEYS IS TNHCORK101TUuREPRESENTED AS SACREDLY UARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM SMNATURI EPRESENTE2IS FMUB fOttIUUSTlATf8 E H TAYLOR JR A SONS DISTILLERS INCORPORATED FRANKFORT KY cr ITHE aSBHb I 4NTEMOUARt1j I HOW IT t PLEASUREVILLE Mr James Andrew Scott was consultingFWas killed in Louisville by theI 4 train a short time ago jk Mr Daniel has moved to Owen iy ton to still goods We are sorry to lose him The smashing man has turnedy loose like a roaring lion with his bitter oaths and loud stamping arid says now have me arrested JT WonderH he is crazy The good 1 people of the town ought tobe onIitopped i The great faith doctor who K has been in out town for some ttime healing the sick without v is now giving lessons to Mrs Squire Brawner She says she will soon be able to see ipatents at her home near cemetery All those that need medical t attention call on her and be cured 1Th protracted meeting com mences Monday night at the Chris C than Church tMr Will Wade is getting slung nicely with the work on the new 3r ohtirch and will soon have it com pleted Prof Kirkpatrick and Will Ma j honey will teach the high school which opens the first Monday in September jy We have had a good rain and it was badly needed as every thing t Avas burning up Sundayschool every Sunday i morning at 9 oclock Come one- j f come all- MissF Minnie Brawner and Mr f John Kittson of Eminence will be married soon and go on a sr bridal tour to Bald Knob atA firstclass dressmaker is needed badly in this town Mr Baileys dwelling house alt morningDefqotiv Miss Bessie Lawrence who has improvingfrMiss Minnie Brawner is back horn her old home Bald Knob where slje has been house cleaning- for her uncle Mr James Sanford who is hatching at the present as She will not go back have1tS his observation and in his hearing jj of cruel things that are going on j4 i and yet he sits quietly down and does nothing to stop it REPORTERy F LOW RATES TO INDIANAPO LIS IND I 00 F tfii fJ The Frankfort Cincinnati tt Railway will sell round trip tickets to Indianapolis Ind and return J at one fare forJ the round fSopte1l1ber 18th to 16th inclusive- good1 returning until September iJ2Bd or until October 7th on pay t ment of fifty cents and deposit of tickets Account of Sovereign Ifi Grand Lodge I 00 F meeting J R NEWTON r General Passenger Agent 60tdi4 The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day and one of the penalties for violat ing this law is piles Keep your bowels regular by taking a dose IChamberlains f Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that severe pun ishment inflicted upon you Price v 25 cents For sale by J W Gayle and South Lon moor v Waluag Willow Fvrartire ud Wicket CUri 1M1r slam ass hMMM MlM Int titer wlie tlMMtf filE serWM Gold Dut WMkUf Powder nlwraerwL uwc bfI when ewe kr krda eeialu M WMkM k tkh tflalttl HIt r it 1aI stir ttMtJ tbM fill Ie PAWI1 NMYA- MYEwa Ik wa Mae reb Mtt PEAKS MILL We are having delightful rains which wo needed very badly goneIEmerson and of Joliet Ill are here Visiting rel Rives sponttworelatives has returned home Miss Bessie Smith is visiting relatives at Woodlake this week Mr Harry Shaw formerly ofl Louisville but now of Danville College was the guest of Mr John Pierce and family Sunday and MondayMrs Mollie Jenkins who has been on the sick list is better at this writing Every body is going to the show The farmers are wearing smiles since the rains which will help all growing crops but corn- KENTUCKY BOY By another correspondent Institute week Association week and circus week Mr John Keigler of Louisville is io our section visiting relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Henry Church Mrs Ned Wilder mid Mrs Lizzie Jackson attended the Lexington Fair last week acoqmpaniedby the Elkhorn Association aj Long Lick Bob was looking for- Bore Mr Harry Shaw of Louisville traveler for Center College of antiSundayMr John Pierce and family SundayinChurch spent Sunday at Duokers both with the same objeot in view Miss Sarah Hicks attended the Lexington Fair last Week vooaIlakeexpects to spend a week Miss Sullinger of Winchester cfjMissSullivnnaocmpaniedby and party attended the Lexington Fair last week Mr Wesley Wallace and wife of Louisville visited Mr Ed Wallace the first of the week Mrs Nellie Wilder left for her home in Louisville on Saturday the 24th inst Mrs Nank Sullivan left for Louisville the lust of the week to visit relatives Mr Wm Razor accompanied by his daughter Mrs Nellie Giles were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Jones thefirst of the week IlMrs Ann Pollett and her Bob spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Bake Bacon STILL A CORKER A NEW STATION A new station has been estab fished on mile ten which will be known as Kissinger where a spur side track is now ready for use All passenger trains will stop on signal to take on or let off passengers at Kissinger GEO B HARPER Gen Supt F C R R I rishan1 worli without GoldDust Ilovw41 IT SAVED HIS BABY My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr J H Doak of Williams Ore I am happy to say it gave completeI BEST TRAINS To Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast OmahaSt Black Hills- VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR GARS IFltERUQQ PAMR ST HOWARD ELLIOTT OCNU ST M- WAKELEY OENLPASR AQTaT FREE NE WOUKE FOR ECZEMA nnadn eruptions Remioks Edema Cure and Remioks Pep sin Blood Tonic have never been yet failed to cure Free trial Havana Medicine Co 1124 Locust street St Louis Mo For Bale by South Longmoor Go as1yAre You Going to Oklahotn Rates Maps and Full InforrntiOnFree from W R Kerr Knoxville Tenn Geo L Garrett Louisville Ky L J IRWIN Louisville Ky IP s SWe are organizing special IRON AND COPPER AND WHERE THEY ARE FOUND Fully and interestingly described in the illustrated booklet containing large indexed m p plaiuly in dicating the region in which this valuable ore is found now ready for distribution by the Chicago NorthWestern By Copy will be mailed to any address upon re ceipt of twocent stamp by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth Avenue Ohi sago NOTICE The Franklin Association will convene with the North Fork Baptist Church at Switzer on Wed nesday August 21 1001 There being no grove near the church the Association will meet at the church house which will necessi tate doing away with the basket and picnic feature of the meeting The church will entertain only the messengers and their families the representatives of all our denominational interests and all brethren having business with the Association Ordered by the church WM MCMILLAN t Pastor riM 1 i i C iis lf 1l t 1JIj I ONE NIGHT OUTJIBUFFALO New Orleans to tIX AND NIAGARA FALLSJ j Double Dally Train Service I Low Rates and Through Pullman Sleepers VIA THE QUEEN aCRESCENT ROUTEAND CONNECTING LINES Through Sleeper daily without change leaves New I rt GOrleans 730 pm Fmt t Lye NEW ORLEANs Lye BIRMINGHAM Lye CHATTANOOGA BIlERoute I Inext day at t35 TH I G O 26 1901 Amounts Paid CJorti cato Holders i 11 1898 031 80 October 1898 1669 44 November 1898 i 5024 11 December 1898 7811 68 January 1899 8955 86 February 1899 11768 74 March 1899 14788 10 April 1899 17510 79 May 1899 20642 88 Juno 1899 24282 79 July 20614 89 August 1899 80881 16 September 1899 i v 83643 96 October 1899 8669122 November 1899 40869 bb December 1899 46861 45 January 1900 50846 64 30I RateChecking cntsfi DISTRIBUTIONNT TUB LBIinglon BoalEstate 8naSaJ IngS N7rfca JULY OURGROVTH torSeptember K4April ItSeptember fJanDary1901 OFFICERS 2ff Jno Riley President VicePresident Cftllahan Secretary Edge Treas DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP cheap remedy for coughs and colds all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the most severe and danger ous results of throat and lung troubles hat shall you do Go a warmer and more regular climate Yes possible if not possible for you then in either case the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in air civil ized countries with success in severest throat and lung troubles Bosohees German Syrup U It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to dastroy the dis ease but inflammntion- causes easy expectoration gives good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize Almanac South Longmoox Co 42ly Mrs H Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup and the doctors said she couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure South Longmoor Co and W McKee Hardie In cases of cough Droop give the little one Ono Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have fear Tho child will be all right in a little while It never pleasant to take always safe and sure and almost instantaneous in effect South Long moor Co end W MoKee Har die 9 lOam 61501G 10 7 7 b 10 10 tDOUBLE DAY train service New Orleans Birmingham Macon Chattanooga IFand other points South to Cincin nati Close connection at Cincinnati with all lines to Buffalo and other points North ctu tell DITlilonlauenger Arent J rend Oor h oa tkketa KT WO WOHINEAMON sNtL MANA- HItCHl r jfll J h t8 A 1 1 1900 May 1900 77109 2i t f June 1900 84207 66 l J0151900 0004671 i October 1900 10911602 itNovember 1900 116661 86 April 901 fMay1901 1458U8281n1r rp June 1901 W sS J Geo Denny 0 la J A W P Parrlsh Cashier t l t r A 1v to if allays a S no roan Rua rY pJ H is BY LAND AND SEA ffy tIt10 to Mackinao and Northern Michigan points On Wednesday IMaokmac Ptbytuous steamer ManitouJThe steamer sails ThuursdayK Imorning August 15th at 1f oclock Tickets good returning nd1berthsjuuuuiuu As party la limited toij150 early application should ber made for accommodations Further particulars furnished ori k nlttfitRoute P T Thomas Sumptervi1ie commendtaking I took several bottles and dan dif gest anything Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only pfopnr tion containing all the natural digelf tive fluids It gives weak theirnaturalmoor Co and W McTCeq Hip die liI i FOR SALEr j etndBostoncents per 100 125 per 50pJ HF HILLENMEYER 487t Lexington Ky1I iIV f IW