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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vI- K K t Jt tqr t wrih b rwffi w Lt flliir 1Mp sr wtMM At ti eM KMv HE FRANKFORT RQUNDABout I jOA LEWIS Publisher a A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I i tXXIv FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1901 NPt 5i 91H H THE GRAND CONCLAVE if j The Triennial Grand Cotiolayo- Knights Templar of the United states was held at Louisville this reek and was a success from start fyfcp finish The parade on Tuesday was sim superb The weather which- yhiid been rainy and dismal during the early morning cleared off ufcjauliftily and by the time for i thatwouldhad been thoroughly cleaned by the downpour rIis estimated that there were Pts least 85000 plumed knights in procession which took about I passtherevewingr There were knights present from- call parts of the country twas r gala time for all nditl jfThe generous rivalry between different cities for the holding of i the next Conclave was spirited Iv but friendly p Louisville and the Kentucky con ingent laid themselves out to en afebertain their guests and they did t it royally t rREOPEN MONDAY li y jPj The city schools white and P colored will reopen for the year on Monday morning The long Evocation has given both teachers nd scholars a good rest and l hey will doubtless enter upon I their duties for the next year with renewed zealand energy i 5li There will bo a larger enroll nt of scholars this year than tfever before and we have as abe ifnofahler corps of teachers fo work withY2 FOR A CHILD r Styhp is not doing wel1thecon occurs now and then with all hiJdren Scotts emulsion of codliver ifiAoil is a food that begins to build 1 you up at onceof course it dun show fit once Not doing well means that iV the child not getting the good fof his food Not today or this t iweek it have been going on n month before it begins h show in the childs condition totli strength You want the food that p to build up at once f THANKS y have been placed under pb1 IfwligatjonB to Mr Loraine Rogers 1 ifvlpr acopy of the Beaumont Texas Enterprise in which is a i thorough write up with illustra of the Texas oil fields IThe results already accom and the outlook there for still further attainments iseimj d ply marvelous Jis a fair illustration U S Sen 1ator IL Ql Mills owned a farm thought to be hardly worth paying 1 taxes upon It is right in the 1 1 oil field and has made Mr Mills millionaire J W Dont be satisfied with temporary relief from indigestion Ko g d l Dyspepsia Cure permanently t j comrpJtiIIIJeonusB stom aofii perfect rest Dieting wont i eat the stomach Nature re Nceives supplies from the food we 4fCent This sensible way to help We Hthe stomachs to use Kodol Dys pepsia Cure which digests what fjY you eat and cant help but l you good South Longmoor doI tOo and W MoKee Hardie t iJ i SPdONER DRAMATIC CO Begins its Engagement afc Capi tal Theatre September 2dIThe Danville Va inter says The Spooner Dramatic company made n most pleasing impression in their first perform auce ofa weeks engagement nt the academy of music last night A large audience greeted the play withIformance opening nights bill was I11be the Kings Command a comedydrarna that while cast on thee lines sustains the interest of the audience easily andd1The scenic accessories were not ably good the costumes handsome and the cast very even and quite capable Mr Spooner in the role of Isadore a baker had the leading comedy role demonstrated his cleverness and versatility as an entertainer and made a hit with the audience The company received and de served the fav rnlld approval of the audience A feature of the performance wasIunusuny Spooner sings catchy songs catchilyapd her serpentine veryI kaledoscopio dances are novel beautiful Mr Spooners comic songs brqught forth clamorous re theresIwearied of hearing had he continued to respond Illustrated song by Miss Spooner was another feature The Spoouer Dramatic company will appear at Capital Theatre all next week iPopular prices1020 and 80 betsrt s oure p m day- POOL ROOMS CLOSED Mayor Dehoney issued an ord on Saturday afternoon requiring poolorooms that have been runningin this city The order was execute- and the houses closed It is un gransjury d THANKS We desire to return our thank- to Mr V B Moore of SpelbyI county for a selection of splen did peaches apples and lea They were n treat and we greatl enjoyed then SOUVENIR NUMBERS The Evening Post the Times and the Courier Journal did them selves proud in getting out their special Conclave issues showing great energy finer facilities comprehensive views of the won in hand We desire to compli ment every one of these establish ments on their enterprise y THE THRUST OF A LANCE is scarcely more agonizing than the recurrent pains in the abtlor men which follow the eating of improper food or too free indul gence in ice water The immedi1 ate cause of cramps and colic is boweIsione use of Perry Davis Pain theI New Fall Dress- i Goods We are continually receiv ing large cases of new fall goods from the greatest dry goods markets of this country You will now find on our counters theI coming seasons most pop ular fabricsfor suits waists and skirts A beau tiful assortment of popular priced goods from 25c to SOc per yard Also a finelineof hand some materials from 50c to 200 per yard The goods are waiting your inspection CKfGiN BRO 41 St Clair Street ID J S GORDON WeekrWith the Local Y M C SeptemberI MensdEvangelist S D Gordon of Cleve land Ohio for a series of meetings to begin probably Septem her 22 Jr Gordon is a man of especiallys111enIThe night meetings will beheld in the Y M C A Hall and inycon- ducted in the afternoons to which all will be invited IOPENS SEPTEMBER 9TH The Franklin Female Institute under the proprietorship of Prof thek9th The prospects for a good school are flattering Prof Cassiday has a fine reputation as a teacher and he will be assisted by an able corps COUNTY COURT Monday will be county court day and there will doubtless be al town1r Monday the September term of circuit court will begin with a big doqket J IFyou want b H Clean l1Bright t pfx ilrt q COAL as Free from impurities Coal that lastI mg order t- heSouthern I Jellico i Sold Only by r y 5 A Dudley Blanton r i Both Phones 100 Head of Clinton St 1 VL1 TREMENDOUS FISH Mr Robt W Owens caught a Buffalo perch on a trot line just below the Custom House wharf on Tuesday that was the largest we ever saw caught out of the Kentucky river It weighed 48 pounds It was so heavy and strong that he had to shoot it with a needle gun before he could land it REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Pursuant to resolution passed ComII and those who will affiliate with them to take place at the Franklin county court house on Saturday August 81 1901 at 2 oclock p m purpose of nominating Republican candidates for the various offices of the city to be filled at the ensuing November electionDated at Frankfort Ky this August 20th 1901 CHAS N WIARD Chairman Republican City Committee Frankfort Ky Attest D B WALOUTT Secretary Republican City Com mittee Frankfort Ky APPOINTED COUNTY ELEC TION COMMISSIONERS IThe State Board of Election have appointed the County Boards of Commis ensuingkyearnrd Morris was appointed as the Republican member of the County Board and Mr Win Cromwell was appointed as the Democratic member of the Board- MAGNIFICENT FRUIT Mrs H H Watson has a fine crop of peaches on her orchard on the river two or three miles be low the city She will deliver them to anyone in the city desir ing to purchase at very reason wishIingperfectly satisfied if they buy from Mrs Watson LEG BROKEN IWe regret to learn that Post J W Berryman of Versailles was so unfortunate as to have his leg broken on Saturday lastJIt seems that Mr Berryman and his wife had started in a buggy to Nicholasville to visit rel atives and about a mile from Versailles the horse they were driving became frightened and began to kick striking Mr Ben ryman on the right leg breaking the large bone below the knee We are glad to say that he is doing as well as could be expected under the circumstances SLIGHT BLAZE IAt 845 on Tuesdayafternoon an alarm sent in by telephone called the fire boys to the resi dence of Mr Bell next door to Mr N I MoDaniel Ken tucky Avenue West Side There was a slight blaze in the roof whichwas soon extinguished inflicting a loss of some 25 to 50 FINE MEETING Rev M B Adams has been en gaged in a protracted meeting with the pastor of the Deatsville countyfor r ports a good meeting and a mum 1 ber of conversions The meeting has been somewhat interferred tith by the rains but has been notwithstandingMr s night REPUBLICAN CONVENTION i S The Republicans of this city will meet in convention this theIvarious city offices to be filled at the approaching November elect tion l 11j ii IT 77daI ri Ja y S lling O i To Quit BusinessMY ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING PRY GOODS SHOES HATS CAPS ailfi FURNISHING GOODS To be Sold at a Sacrifice Sale continues until everything is sold Dont miss I this great opportunity Come while stock is complete It will pay you to bUYJyour winter supply now as you will never have another opportunity like this W quote no prices so come and see for yourself and be convinced All Fixtures lg0i1i ElFlD J rl1J 204 St Clair StreetFrankfortKy ii I PERSONA LSIBev Win Crowe who has been away on his vacation has returned r Miss Bessie Case Is visiting rela tives in Louisville Mr Geo H Stehlih and wife visited in Louisville this week Miss Nellie MoEwan is visiting relatives in Louisville this week Misses Mattie and Sadie Tanner TuesdayAuen jMiyecte HewItt went to Louisville Tuesday morning Mr J S Darnell and wife were visitors in Louisville this week Mr H H Roberts and wife went eveningYfrom the seashore Dr E E Hume went to Louis yule this week Miss Nellie Marshall visited rela- tivest in Louisville this week reinyi Miss Jennie Craik took in the Grand Conclave in Louisville dc Mist Rosa Niokles attended the LouisvilleI this J vIsitedinSMiss Rose Crittenden has re turned from New York Miss3fayMr i gbert Stephens and wife left Wednesday for New York City Mr R Handy Berri man has gone to City on a visit j Miss Janie Dehoney is visiting t relatives at Midway rMrs Susan M Jouett is visitin oountyi rein Mrs J C is visiting rel 1c atives at Enirabttce Mrs Zh Montgomery and daugh i itern have returned from Virginia Mr Wiok Bennett of Georgetown was a visitor herein Thursday r u Mr W A Howard who has b e Bona trip east has returned hoi p i Judge Ira Julian has returned 1r seashore Miss Maria Lindsey has returne y from Try on N C v Mrs Bourne Owsley returned SplingsIf Dirs Sallie R Thomas returned Friday night from EstJll Springs Mr John A Brislan returned from the east Thursday morning daughAt d from Cincinnati fir i Mrs Will T Lindsey and chi ftiydren of Tryon N C are guest wifeik Mrs C P Chenault and children vliave returned from Ocean View Vtl- I li NoFborne is r pity this week Ik 3 Ir Wm Kohr of Londpn visited pti8 mother and sister in this city week Briutk ir axgilt Mrs D J Hubbell ikfft Mrs Julia W Robertson protractdAp Mrs R Pf Pepper and daughters jftfurned Thursday night from SpringsMf of Versailles s her sister Mrs J tLewis Third street t bfrs I 1 West and son Mr uarnfis M have to EstllJ coUnty to visit clntJQj t At p tt4 Ii Sheriff B F Suter and Mr L Fiank Johnson have returned from DrennonSpringsMr and his mother Mrs Lulu B Longmoor spent the week in Miss S Wallace Smith has returned from a visit to relatives in Jefferson county Miss Freddie Weigenburgh has returned from to relatives in Woodford county daughterfrom Virginia Mr Wm Cromwell wife and son William went to Louisville Tuesday afternoon Miss Nancy MoLoney of Cynthi anatis visiting her sister Mrs Javage Washington street returnedMondayburg and Harrodsburg- Mr J Andrew Cain and wife of Versailles were visitors here Wed nesday Mr A J Lynch and wife are spending their vacation in Cihcago Ills Col Geo B Harper and wife attended the Grand Conclave in Louisville daughterMissLouisville this week Miss Irene Metz left Monday for a weeks stay at Sholbyville where she will attend the fair Miss Cordio Jeffers went to Louis ville Tuesday to see the Masonic parade clowntotile Knighf Templar parade Miss Alice Wells returned the first of the week from a visit to LouisvillegMr G Russell Snood of St relativesInDr Edgar Church of Marshall Texas is visiting his mother and sister on street South Side Mr Wm R Shelton and wife of Columbia Tours visited relatives here this week Lexingtonnto the Grand Conclave Mr R W McRery went down to pnILizzieTuesday Mr Fred Burckhardt took in the grand parade at Louisville Tues day Miss Maggie Russell went to Louisville Tuesday to witness the parade Mr Jas H Graham wife and son Piuett are visiting the Pan Ameri 1can at Buffalo NT Y Adolphloft PanAmerican MaupinWOOdSOIl Louisville on Tuesday RupertGroceryConclave parade on Tuesday Mrs A W Smith of Louisville was the guest of Mrs C W Saffell this week Mrs V V Mann and Miss Mamie Mann of Pine Bluff Ark are Vis iting Mr and Mrs A Knox werd yule this week Misses Hattie and Emmie Scot attended the Grand Conclave i Louisville daughterMIssLouisville urJ1edflnnatown f SCHOOL SHOES f SRflOOL SHOES The Most Important Part of a School Childs Dress is SHOES v They must wear well r They must look well a y feettWe business career to qualitiesBring Footwear Misses good shoes 150 and 82001 pliildreiis good shoes 8125 and S15O Boys good shoes 150 200 andS2CU r Little Mens good Shoes 125 and 15O LET US SHOE THE FAMILY THIS FALL 2 D C r CRUTCHER CO FriIdayMr R A Gray of Indianapolis Indiana arrived Sunday for a visit to his parents Mr F V Gray and wife on Conway street Mr John Hutchison of Pitts burg Penn visited his parents T J Hutchison and wife this City this weekICjvpt R S Hill of Beattyvillo was here the first of the week the BrookT11LChicagoIllsMiss Lena Scott for several weeks returned home on Monday morning Mr Haner Bohannanof Chicago Ills is visiting his parents Mr Jos L Bohannan and wife Main streetMrs Mary Shanks of Louisville who has been visiting her mther Mrs Mary Heflner has returned home Dr E H Black has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Martha Wilkerson at the Forks of ElkhornMrs S J Shaokelford and lIagofflnhavevisit Miss Sue Dunn Mrs Chilton and daughter Miss Louise of Harrods burg are visiting Mi Wilder Dupuy this week Mr W S Farmer daft for New purjstoreMr Chas R Williams Janitor of the Court of Appeals came up from awayfromMr Chas J Woitzel has returned from the eastern cities whore ho goodts nDir Richard Clubs who has been visiting his grandfather Sam Sanders In this city has returned to his homo in Lexington sonFrankguests of Mr E Carl Wplff Stpolo ijtrget t Midwaywho BorryfmsMrs Thos H and sisters Misses Keenon witnessed the Conclave parndo in Louisville on Tues dayMrs H W Alexander of Fayette county who has been visiting father Mr W J Hughes for several returned Thursday Miss Ada and Bernice Scottow spent several days in Louisville week Mary Scottow spent Thursday in Louisiville Mr Sam Settles wife and chil dren of Louisville who have been visiting Mr John B Dryden and family for two weeks for home Sunday Lexingtonhas vacancycausedW 0 Curran anddaughtershave been visiting friends here for a week returned home 1rondn morningihasbeonatGladyday eightIgelak1d of Louisville totheand St Clair streets on Thursday night booninmorcial returned home Wednesday ready to open her Bookkeeping TravollingPitssonger and St Louis Railway was in the city Saturday to scoop passengersHo LraynoFurr Huston Wood members of boen1lshlngon f Rev Geo Darsie and wife niece and nephew Miss Elizabeth Bar andMissleft Monday for a visit to the Mam homeWednesday a anddaughtorthe dangerous illness of Dir Col l ling On arriving at the L N a depot Mrs was told oflfer ap41otfellZILPAH iil The welcome rain has revived A the suffering corn and tobao tl fput j Health good with few except rryMrsj IaifIssiIher cousin Forest Moore is visit rMidwayThe wedding long looked for shoesshined l l j J Afr Morgan Moore nt Frankfort is the gueat of Mrs Wilr son Moore this week prolgressxM1ducting 1 tOWIithis Several from this community at JweolMr Lewis Loo has opened his store at tills place again ij Mr W B Moore was the guest of his brother r Owen Moore t West Side Frankfort one day thisweek CLOSE OBSERVER a iEruptions cuts burns scalds t quicklyhealed pilesBeware t originalDeWltteSouth I f7i MoKeeHardie p De oBdar tr SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK J r u f j rhvt tt f rs f to make room for our Fall Importations we-V y i Ihwillclose out our entire line of Imported and New J r i oak Silk Waists at onehalf price x r K tiAllcotton Waists at onehalf price J h W AIL summer Underwear at costa- fTheWhite Front Store 311 Street i Ir 4td i i f HOW GENERAL GRANT LOST k HIS HIRAM iit Not many Americans know that Hiram U Grant was the eigh arteenth President of the United Sta e8 Yet it is true for H Ulysses Simpson was never legally the name of our greatest general This interesting fact is r brought out by Franklin B Wiley in The Ladies Home Journal for September inFamous People as I ya Do Not Know Them The story of how it came about was a member of Congress Thomas L Hamer who recom 1 mended young Grant as a candi late for West Point in 1889 llf r o V Hamer ij long been n frIend of the Grants but when he came to Smake out the application papers it for Ulysses he could not recall the name So deciding that lY he was doubtless named for his mothers family ho wrote it Ii Ulysses Simpson Grant Thus tJf was it recorded at West jiI Ibid though the intention pointI ffiomls was several times to the error they did not feel authorized to correct it This inq wasgradually adopted and By Grant was and always will be known But as for any record SimpsonGrantJ J j L WHAT iTALE IT TELLS I iIf that mirror of yours shows a i wretchedsallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and- t blotches on the skink its liver trouble but Dr Kings New Lifo Pills regulate the liver purify the Iblood give clear skin cheeks centsfi NInoq2 Thinks the wife to have the wedding ring from the finger Something is going to happen Something is happenin That ring fingerYNow it slips off by itS own weIght How thin the fingers have grown And the i lingers dont grow thin alone How thin plumpf9tmhas been fading and wasting away The strength given to children has never been regained Drains which should have been stopped have been neglected isa common experience with sharedWithwad healing power of Dr Pierces Favorite S It regulates the thevvdon cures female weakness It makes Ute advent practically andwinlesslives vigor and to Words cannot tell how grateful I am for your kiud advice and good medicines writes Mrs John Cooke of UalUng Northumberland t orfouraudheyourythree of the Golden Medical Discovery and IiY one vial of Dr Pierces Pellets I can safely raylifet Pleas aI1lf J A CAUSE FOR REJOICING There are living in this country quite a number of teachers and citizens who relotherprominent within the walls of the National Normal University at Lisbon Ohio All of these have a very warm place famousIlook for the university for he coming year is very bright indeed Many improvements have been made and a faculty has been en gaged that is probably superior iti education and in teaching ability to any that the school has had for years past The institution will have at its head Prof J Oscar Creager an experienced educator why after spending several years in Normal Schools has taken special work in the Ohio State University in Harvard and in Yale receiving from the latter the degree of A B and M A Graduates from this institution can be found in all pqrtaof the land engaged in occupation They attribute their recognized success not alone to the thorough education and practical common souse equipment which is able to obtain at Lebanon but also to the energy and spirit which are instilled into everyone who attends this school While the training of teachers is an important work of the school and has given it an envia ble reputation yet in the many other departments which are sustained young men and women are prepared by the best methods for every business and profession There is probably not another school in the land where so many superior advantages can be had in the time and for the small amount of money The tuition is 8per session or 88 for the year of 48 weeks Good board can be had for 150 per week The school is located in the beautiful town of Lebanon and since it was established there in 1855 has trained more than 50000 students To any one seeking an education we would recommend this instituton A catalogue can be had for the asking w A LITTLE PRINTERS INK The more people read the more they think and the more they read about a mans business the more they think about the man and his business and when once awakeriddnotionfollows place and the cause has produced its legitimate effect If a man advertises that he has certain wares for sale and will sell at a bargain people who road the paper will investigate as sure as night follows day and if they find he has stated facts thoy will spend their money then and there Then advertise judiciously state facts and do whatever your u ad says you will do Follow this jnp and you will soon realize that print ers inkis a power Kpdol Dyspepsia Cure EMtetts what you ttH li 1i Ji To make room in our China DepartmeiiC for g vY r lf X new Importations ytWe will close out all of our superb stock oft- i 1 China and Glass at one fourth ojff regular price 1 A f Be sure andylcaliitsf 1 t Main fj f one IN MEMORIAM v Of Mrs LuJa Phillip the only LuoyMooreaged 19 years 5 months mid 9 days She had been a devoted Christian and a member of the North Benson Baptist Church ft r six years had been married but a short while and had for monthr oonIsumptionborne without a murmur She was faithful to the very last was hllSbrilld1But bright worldabove and had called her home Now she has crossed over the river to that bright celestial sphere where she awaits the coming of the dear be reaved ones left behind Her funeral was conducted by Rev J H Burdin after which she was laid to rest just behind the little village church of which she had been a faithful member Dearest loved one we have laid thee In the peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will be cherished Till we see thy lovely face We miss thy kind and loving hand Thy fond and honestcare Our home is dark without thee We miss thee every where One by one our hopes grow brighter As we near the shining shore For we know across the river Wait the loved ones gone before Jesus while our hearts are bleed ing Oer the spoils that death has won We would at this solemn meeting Calmly eay Thy will be done Farewell farmvell dpnrest Lula Let this sweet hope he our stay You will rise anti hid us welcome In the Resurrection DayS C S KodoS Dyspepsia Cure nifjcLtS what you eatn Louisvilles Great INTERSTATEFAIR Sept 23Oct 5 1901 MfctfrUflcant Roman Hippodrome and Athletic Carnival Americas Grandest Exhibit of Live Stock and Farm Products 1500000CASH Cattle Premiums SPEED CONTESTS ON ILLUMINATED TRACK An OldFashioned Fair with uptodate Amusements Admission Pay25c Evening lOc esantakeaJJJ g r WI f w 14de biuk Laxative iii Syrupy 1ft fqn CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask our Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and theirsalts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseoiisness Bloated Feeling etc i Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than other you have tried Iany 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE CURES BLOOD TROUBLES BLOOD POISON CANOERIECZEMA ETC NOTHING TO TRY Old obstinate deepseated cases permanently cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B If your blood is tainted producing offensive eruptions aching bones and joints ulcers fulling hair mucous patches sore mouth und throat scabs or scalps per sistent pimples eating sores swellings sore lip dry sore dull aching lancing shooting pains then you have blood poison or the beginnings of deadly cancer Dont experiment but take Botanic Blood Balm B B B made especially to euro all malignant blood troubles like those named above and itching scabby ec zema carbuncles scrofula rheumatism cancer blood humors etc Heals every sore and stops all aches and pains Try it Costs but 1 at druggists Treatment sent free by writing to Dr Gil AtIlantaat 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 rich 41- 1DOYOUWANT To sell your real estate timber or coal stock ot goodS Do Iou wont to buy or exchange for any kind of property write me with all the tllars aa may be able to help yon Ad 475Dec15 Iiiiiiiiii 1 1 c L3 STOaIABears the JilraKmd Bout I e ttt ItW4Y- bl BETWEEN II Louisville AND Chicago r BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIAAND pVAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGOti Dining and Parlor Cars I Palace Drawing Room SleepW C H RAQON O P A Fb7N W Cor 4th and Market Sb roulavlli s Dr Caays Conditfou Powders are just wh t a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bn medicine and the best in use to pnta t horse in prime condition Price 2fiicents per package For sale by J W Gayle aId LeCompte Gayle Co jjjjjjtj aa wf TnBFrankrort Baunaaut- 1I 5nierednt the postoJHce at FrankfortKen iilblty as seconddnss mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 311901 TERRIBLE ACCIDENT On Wednesday morning one of the most heartrending accidents occurred on the Versailles pike two miles from the city which it has ever been our fortune to chronicle The family of Copt Ed Porter Thompson had started outf to the couutryto make n visit In going down a hill at the two milepost while the horse was traveling rrapid gait one of the reins abroke when the driver attempted tocheokup the animal The frighened driver held on to the lfi other rein thus pulling the horse i off to one side of the pike Be fore he coup be stopped hean between a telephone pole and a stone fence crushing tlie surrey to kindling wood throwing the occupants of the vehicle JHlt two of them over the fence together with a wheel of the surrey V We make a summary of the 4 injuries as follows I Mrs Ed Porter Thompson Jri ankle sprained and badly bruised tAbout the body f Miss Katie Y Thompson daugh ter right leg broken above the knee bruised under the chiun and about the body ii Miss Una Sudduth niece faysprained ankle and body Bruised Miss Francis Orr granddaugh ter cut on forehead requiring six stitches to close ti ft Edwin Orr grnndspuoof Capt Thompson severely bruised about the body internal injuries caus j ing spitting of blood JEJliott Orr another grandson concussion of brain IfJtIatnBy injured pissing took the whole f1l ff parly to the residence of Mr D Meade Woodsou and Drs James werettt f After making the injured party F1 l as comfortable as possible they wore brought home on cots in t wagons and their injuries attended Pk tot From those who were present we learn that it was a miracle almost that everyone of the party ysere not instantfy killed r Capt Tl om1 son d home is a qveritnl lo hospital and the family Jiave the teuderest sympathy of every one in this community DANGEROUSLY HURT We regret to chronicle the fact that Mr Al W Smith commercial evangelist for Messrs John P Morton Co of Louisville was dangerously hurt on Saturday last 4 lijT being thrown from his buggy- SmithIjb seems that Mr was aQ his way to the farm of His j nephew Mr Richard Morris on L tho Owenton pike and when just t beyond the Cove Spring bridge at i s Jfr Peppers place the horse became frightened and whirled Mrr ting and tearing the scalp from the pack of the skull bruising his DOCTORS my Consumption can be cured K tnre alonewont do it It needs iwlj Doctors say y Scotts Emulsionr mustMweather Hyutsftave not tried it send for free sample- tscorn DOWNK Chemists Street New York soc and too sit druggist I rigbt shoulder and otherwise in juring hiT interpallytfrendering him unco soioi1s t iMr Sm bhwns1f bd 0ypersons passing put into Mr Thos Hamptons buggy and brought to- theoitsvhere hfsjiiiStfniss were attended tb by Dr E Hunie He was then takeii to the resi deuce of his niece Mrs Ohas W SaflellstfsIt was feared at firsb that his injuries would prove fatal but he is now doing as veIlns could be expected Mr Sfnitlr is a very popular gentleman and his wide circle of friends regvefc bis misfortune J DESIGNED antwho has been with Dr S B HbTnTesi in his drugstore this city for several years has resigned his pcfeitionJMn order to accept a more lucrative place with a Philndelphinwholesnlehouse Dr Curran is a regular grad uated pharmacist a firstclass business man arid better than lln gentleman in every sense of the word While we are glad to kupw that he has a belter position financially we regretto lose him from our community where he has made a host of friends by his lifeIVein his new field Hammond Co have just re ceived a car load of the celebrated Washington Red Cedar Shingles jTbeseare the best shingles that ever came to this market They odrWHAT A TALE IT TELLS If that mirror of shows a wretched sallow complexion n jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin its liver trouble but Dr Kings New Life PiUs regulate the liver purify the blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich complexion Only 25 cents at J W Gayles COMMUNICATED Harvieland Ky Aug 26 1901 Editor Roundabout Will you kindly allow me space to thank the neighbors and friends who so faithfully stood by us and lout U9 such a helping baud ill mydnrlingRespectfully OSCAR OLARK ILLUSTRATED WRITE UP We are in receipt of a copy of the very handsome illustrated write up of the little city of La Grange by those enterprising gen tlemen Messrs Z 0 King and W H Wilson of the Oldham County Index It is well written neatly printed and generally good narration of affairs in that sprightly little place QUESTION ANSWERED rIAugust Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the d world Your mothers land grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indiges tion or billiousness Doctors wore scarce and seldom heard of ap pendicitis nervous prostration or heart failure They used August systemIgested food regulate the notion of the liver stimulate the nervous systemandfeeling dull and bad with head aches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing seri ous the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac South Longmoor Co 42ly 4A trlh i By Special Bequest Dr Goldstein Will JRetirtn Sept 71111 can be roll stilted at the Capital Hotel During His Stay Here Hnvinz had raa years exp rinnoe with n largo ftractco nil vcr tho state he is enabled to rHev those persons having any ailment of the eye causing pain and imperfect sight Tho Doctor will ox amino your eyes and lit them with per feet glasses IIn nil cases of imperfect vision and hcndaclio caused thereby n perfect spec tacle will give relief To eyes tired weak painful dimmed or blurred they offer n strengthening real and refreshment In other words loiriove the cause of the difficulty and the eyes will have their original brightness beauty and health It requires professional guidance even when the best article is offered as till eyes are frequently dissimilar and many require compound tenses The Pebble Lenses are the most highly esteemed of any used in spectacles resulting from the h rdnep8 of the material their transparency and more than nil to the fact that they are accurately ground- To fully appreciate the importance1 ofms lag tho spectacles with perfect lenses it is but necessary to state the fact thnt of the lenseS used in spectacles nil but a very small per cent are NOT GROUND but merely moulded or pressed into form aria are very injurious to the eyes We distinguish between fhultq of neco modatton and refraction The hitter is in herent in the form of the eye the former belong to the performance its emotion Both are frequently mingled in the same case but each can be distinguished from the other Errors in the form of the eye HyInot uniform Astigmatism The last mentoined error may be com bined with either of the two preceding Many portions use glasses of too great a refractive power or too strong a magnify ing power supposing they see better or to economize that they may not hold the type so for away from them in so short a time this is entirely a mistake As this causes the oylary muscles to relax causes a hardening of the Crystaline Lease and you will have to change for still stronger Lenses in rapid succession and loce the power of accommodation or lose the power to admit 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 Dr Goldstein knowing how ignorant the average person is of the laws of nature and the permanent injuries resulting therefrom and the orttimee good results growing out of reminding people of what they already know desires to benefit them as well as himself Room 55 and Parlors Capital Hotel Home Office 347 Fourth street Resi dence 620 West Walnnt St Aug 19tf fir B D DiinlnTiQAior 113 St Clair St OS1g3IRiOPllsiiai LADY ASSISTANT Dr Nettie P Furrow Graduates from Klrksvllle Mo under Dr A T Still Office Hours 9 to 12 a m 2 to 5 p m PhonesOffice Local 188 East Tennessee 145 Residence Local 804 East Tennessee 123 48tf FOR SALE We hkire foStift a ueddtfd hInd Williams typewriter Apply nt- tliia office 41tf Vh8tmostpeoPJflwont is some g wen in needof a physio CBambef Joins Stomach and Liver Tablets fillthe- bill tba dot f Y are Sirwjto taRe antipleasant in a JJ sale by 3 W Gayle arid South Longmoof If the nCtion6your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the finalre suit DeWitts ly Risers will remove tills autfr Safe pleasant1 audV effective VIMcKeeDouble daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route Tames White Bryantsville Ind says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sdres on both legs He had suffered six years Doctors failed to help him Get DeWitts Accept no imitatipn South Longuioor Chi arld V MokM e f t t rta ii tt F rt l r No other Jr Ji I packagea fee goes so jfI far or gives such entires- atisfaction r ask ARBUCKLESvJ- I Wl ROASTED COFFEE f i Bettercoffee J tstaeh KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificiallydigests the food and aids Nature in strengthening aud recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest discovereddlgest aut and tonic No other preparation- can approach it in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion bU rn Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results of imperfect and tlBes email else Book all utdyapepslamaUedCree e Prepared by E C WITT OCO Cbleaf A bad complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels In aJ8uoh cases De Witts Little Early Risers produce gratifying results South Long moor and W MoKee Hardie Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed Pianos and organs Before purchasing a piano or organ call on or write Mm Lute H Miller agent for D H Baldwin 4 Co No Third Street South Frankfort Ky Prices on Pianos 120000 and up and old Pianoscheap New Organs 5500 and up Old Organs 12500 and up Easy pay OrgansJuno TExcursion rates to PanAmeri can Exposition Queen Ores cent Route CASTORIAFor Tki KM YIH Hare Always BHEht Bears th- Blgnatrreo INew Dress Box if Couches j r 1- iBed 16 r Lounges j i Jf iSofa douches and- firs Chairs i s I II Irflh aaf We are overstocked on lf above and offer special inducements in thetway of prices for the next 10 days A word to the wile is sufficient tR R Rogers u Sons i Dee 11y 5 Administrators NotlceitLL PERSONS KNOWIGO THEMSKLV1S BuntMoEwantin and all those having claims against the M l tale of said decedent are requested to preaeatkthe same to mo JtQJ proven for AdmrAugustJCy it TO SAVE HER CHILD From frightful disfigurement Mrs Nannie Galleger of La- Grange 1i Ga applied Bucklers Arnica Salve to great sores on her head and face and writes its hopesItakin eruptio st cuts burns scald4 and piles Cure guaranteed hyJr W Gayle t it i i IirjIs Few N A lawnsi X i Andy VVY LY iJ k Shift Waists t Left at less than half price Now is the time t pto buy them p C i Q FitJ f onrn r G7II tAo fiAPEW PERTINENT FACTS t r FOR THE PUBLIC J5 V In launching the Al G Field Greater Miiistreld for the season of fg01 2 Mr Field desire oDO feeling of personal egotism to call attention to the past record of his famous company Organ ized and presenting its first per i foimauce in October 1886 it has steadily thrived and grown into t public popularity so much so that its appearance in any community in these great United States is lonrotjiicled as one of the amuse meet events of the season Lobk rr ing back through the vista of years since that memorial open i ingin 1886 one can easilysee that itinehas made many changes i Strict managerial integrity and jft strenuous adherence to the de r rmands of its thousands of patrons has placed this famous company in the front line of popular favor For the present season Air Fields inorder to fully eclipse in vast ltess and grandeur sf1l previous efforts has consolidated his two jIg companies of last season into tHe largest and most oomprehen rf sine minstrel company in the world Consolidated for the future flfit will be more magnificent more sumptuous than ever presenting a performance unique and orig l itfinal In its sixteen years of con tinuous success it has distanced m all rivals there are none to dis puts its greatness Everything is fcone for this now century year including the marvelous Scenic S atp the PanAmerican Exposition a reproduction of the artistic beauties of Buffalos Great Yonder j viand That scene at dusk look jug from the Triumphal Bridge which has involuntarily impelled t alkwho have seen it touncover in tTreverenqe which has caused the blood to leap quicker through tho vrrt rie8 of hundred of thousands of American citizens while the bands are playing tho National t i Anthem and when by the power f Ni Falls the j mnu Irb VflJESlOAN WAR VETERANS i MEETING Wlr Veterans will be held atl Cleveland Ohio September 18 and 14 Headquarters at the Lincoln Hotel Place of meeting P OI Council Chamber This is expected to be one of the grandest if meetings and perhaps the last one 6f the old veterans RailI inroad fare is one cent a mile For program etc i address Hon E Dot or Col Hodge Oleve land Ohio v E H HOBSON President l WILBUR R SMITH SeVy LexingtonVKy First Showing New Style r FALL SKIRTSiK V Right goods Right prices Special good things in walking Skirts See them vIlw S FARMER 6jOOOr theVNational IPEAKS MILL IIMr Zack Church and wife at d the Louisville Conclave Miss Bessie Smith has rpttirmd from a visit at Woodlake Mrs Ruth Penn accompanied by her daughter are visiting Mrs Eliza Penn Miss Anna Will and Miss Jennie must be contemplating joining some secret order We are judging by the way they ride the mul- eDiedOn Sunday last Mr Wm Fleming aged 88 Mr John Church spent Wednesday evening at Puckers Miss Mary Penn of Stedman town is visiting her grandmother Mrs Eliza Penn Bob and John take the usual routes on Sunday next John to Woodford and Bob to Scott This section can boast of some of the finest tobacco crops in the c ouo try Regular church meeting at Peaks Church on Saturday night the 81st and Sunday the let Brother Henry Guinn will officiate STILL A CORKER THEIR SERCET IS OUT AliSadieville Ky was curious to learn the cause of the vast improvement in the health of Mrs S P Whittaker who had for long time endured untold suffer ing from a chronic bronchial trouble Its all due to Dr Kings New Discovery writes her husband It completely cured her and also cured our little grand daughter ofa severe attack of sitivelyibronchitis all throat and jung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50 cents and 1 Trial bottles free at J W Gayles If you haven baby in the house ou will wish to know the best yay to check any unusual loose was of the bowels or diarrhoea of neall children 0 P M Holli im of Doming Ind who has an dayen months old chUg saps 3evxqnghthd months of Th our baby was teething and July a running off of the bowels uooksiokness of the stomach His and Is would move from five to bowe times a day I had a bot eight Chamberlains Colic Cholera 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 W Gayle and South Longmoor ASTONISHED THE EDITOR Editor S A Brown of Bennette vijle SO was once immensely surprised Through long suffer lug 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 gentlelaxativetorpid liver For indigestion lose of appetite stomach liver its a positive guaranteed cure Only 50 cents at J W ayes J We Lead With New Fall t and Prices the Lowest Car Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT KYff L L F6 61 L L L F n jrA s fj Franklin Female Institute Formerly known ds tho Winston School Frankfort Ky Primary Intermediate and Collegiate Department Next Session Begins Monday September 9th 1901 For Further Information Call On Or Address J B CASSUDAY 2nd Shelby St Frankfort Kentucky 44tSl We have just received and are now prepar ed to furnish our patrons for family use during the summer season the following wines on draught which we guarantee absolutelypure viz Muscatel Port Angelica Tokay Sweet Catawba And bear in mind we are sole agents for Frank Fehrs Celebrated Beer also Grapet Juices bottled by the Purity Bottling Ca Cin cinnati Ohio 212 ANN STREET na4WMtkty ttitfet tH kMM VlU IIc hoek of as F Y WMLU HL 1AafA hir FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leave Chicago daily for Mil waukee Madison Green Bay Fond du Lao OshkOsbEsaanabia Ishpeming Marquette Ashland St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth and all points in Wisconsin and the Copper Country Quickest time Service unequaled The best of everything For tickets rates and full information apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Cincinnati OhioIDaily trains leave Louisville 100 p m 815 a m Cincin nati 480 p m 880 a m for Buffalo over L NPennsyl maylbeLake Buffalo Niagara Falls and Canadian resorts Ask C H- Hageity D P Agt Louisville Ky or Geo E Rockwell A G P Agt Cincinnati Ohio for information about fares etc Carpets Mattings t SAFFELLS Frankfort Business College Fall Session Begins Sept 2 TypewritingMathematics Students secure good positions School St Clair Street over Hardies drug store For information call on or address Aug ImH b MoKEB New Fast Tra- mColorado TO UTAH ANDS II PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May Tho now trains Mill leavo a m daily The evening trains to same points p m daily service n oar service for SanFran cisco Excursion tickets now on sale For further Information call on or address B T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Art Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen PasS 1 Ticket Agt St Louis Mo tit youShouldtrkMtl use MILES JE Ma FLOUEf FIRSTBecause it ii WtheSECONDBecause it is fN the product of a ii home manufactorfIand 11 production lie J E M Mtiling CoMI J N MILES Sec J SOUTHERN R51LWAYHI St Louis Looisvillc Lines TIMETABLE Corrected to June 2519Q1Lou- isNlloDivision vi1 t 1 No1 nm jt No5 pm pm t jjV Louisville 745 400 780 1Ar ShelbyvUle 910 628 851 i Lawrenceburg 055 020 983r1016 042 9MLexington 1045 710 1030 tBurgin 1055 723 iGeorgetown 1150 740 ampom No6 amt710Ar605 446 730 Versailles 626 612 7S5 8mHhelbrnlle t le 840 750 1040 All trains ran solid between Louisville sadLexington Alec on trains Nos 5 and 8 Through Obser Harror1ablgg theSouthsle ears from and to Asheville N C viaKnoxville and Morristown Tenu arrirringLuingtonBetween LouStNo f No a mAru Princeton lOOpml t 4St Louis t 086 pm 712 a a9 No8 No1 Lv St Louis Ar Princeton t Huntincburg 1808am110OOpm LoulavtUe No No22 Lv 600 P ml 860 amAr HuntittgburgI 800pm l13am P m 180 p m No9 115iArAr Louisvillo 1169 a m 5Ii pm betwooLouisville r- Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis ville and Bvansvillecarrying Chair Cars Trains Nos 21 and carry Through first class Coaches between and Louis a Villexlcarry Cafe Parlor Oars trains between Room and St Louiscarry Pullman Drawing Sleeping Can buffet service For tickets and further information apply RailwayH UF Allen u A y RELIGIOUSI fr OHUBCH McCready + AssistantSundayPrayer and sermon at 11 11j am mfmi prayer at 780 p m s To all these services the public Me cordially invited Seats free rr BAPTIST CHURCHRev M arit Sundayschool In the chapel at 1 a m Special classes for r young men Young Peoples Society will me i At 6801 m in the chapel 3 Prayermeeting Wednesday eve- 1n at 780 p m Seats free and all are cordially in flood CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 4 preaohaty CleansinKUnchangingEndeavor Society at 845 in the Chapel zf AcquaintanceLeader L4 Prayermeeting on Wednesday at 780 Junior Trees By The River s Endeavor will meet at FridayThe bb cordially wel corned to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city lJi CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 780 am High a mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p tim FIRST PRESBYTERIAN iff OHUBGH Bev J McClusky Blay DD the pastor will preach 11amH No evening service Sundayschool at 945 amYoung Peoples Society of Chris T Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 645 p m tJ Prayermeeting Wednesday even ngatstoO The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will r V mSundayschool a 4r m rPrayermeeting on Wednesday t evening at 780 public cordially invited to at rftendS SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIANt OK0BOHThis church being under ofVthe work fV The Sundayschool will meet at Judge Hobsons residence Shelby l r ffcreet at 980 a m 4r v f u 1MBast Route to St Paul and Mina noapollsIljt fj Chicago NorthWestern Ry- t l lTbe NorthWestern Limited y ot Chioagdaily everytbingfThree daily from Chicago also900 a m daylight trains 1000 p m Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex ss For tickets rates and full information apply to your near i est agent or address A F Oleve Ciuoignatij i lOr t- 1I Rr IQI r IN r rMrI tF Some t i hifoll PactsJewelry tt tt It isa fact that every article in our large new stock is thoroughly good and = reliable just what it pretends to be t 11 It is a fact that our guarantee stands behind every article we sl v It isa fact that QUALITY considered our prices are thelovestofrthe low IiSiDont these facts interest youICome in and lets have a talk about jewelry is M A SELBERT 1 r REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS r The following are the assignments of internal revenue officers in this division of the 7th Internal Revenue District as made by Collector Roberts for the month of September STOREKEEPERS Wm A Hamilton to Ky River Distillery No2 L L Lem aster to Ky River Dis tillery No2 warehouse Rivetr A W Nasior to W A Gaines Co No 4rGainestBuokner McElroy to W A Gaines Co No4 warehouse Noah A Moore to W A Gaines Co No4 bottling Frank D Clark to John Coch ran Co No 87 F M Cisco to John Cochran Co No 87 warehouse Chas T Throckmorton to Labrofc Graham No 52 Chas H Talbott to Labrot Graham No 52 bottling Jas P Rogers to E H Taylor jr Sons No 58 John R Spiers to E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 Warehouse Henry Newsom to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 bottling R H Whittington to W A Gaines Co No 106 Cbarlton H Morgan to W A Gaines Co No 100 warehouse John D Nash to W A Gaines Co No 106 warehouse John T Berry to W A Gaines Co No 106 bottling StqggCoS P Willis to Geo T Stagg No 118 warehouse J L Coy to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 bottling GAUGERS D O Berryman to W A Gaines Co No 100 E H Taylor jr 6 Sons No 58 Labrot Grah m- No52 Win F Crogan to S J Green baum No 9 Jas A Eastin to Ky River Distillery No 2 Jno Cochran Co No 87 HJ1 Galnes to Geo T Stagg 06 No 118 W A Gaines Co No 4 J P wnHamsI reotifler GMJGEItSN feNoBarbeeGusWhtehouse to V h Frazidr fyJasSaffell Np 91 Ed F Dafnabyto J TT Blake more No 96 Hugh F Jouotfc to Haynes Tundle No 105e COMMUNICATED Harvielond Ky Aug 20j 1901 Editor Roundabout spastowho so faithfully stood by us and lent us such a helping hand in mydarJingRespectfullyOSCAR CLARK fra IfJiI ah FRANKFORT COMMANDERY NO4 AT THE CONCLAVE We clip the following from the Evening Post of Thursday last Frankfort Commander No4 is enjoying its vjslt to Louisville for all there is in It and Capt Newt Abraham with his crew on the Steamer Falls City is doing thn duties of host in the most pleasing manner for the visitors com mandery now numbers sixty mem fiftyhreet s parade It was the fourth com mandery installed in Kentucky and its roster showsjanany of Ken tuckys most distinguished names have long since crossed the iver to rest under the shade Today there are three Past Grand Eminent Commanders among the other Sir Knights aboard the Falls City as Most Eminent Sirs Jacob Swigert J W Pruett and James M Saffell Eminent presentGrandIs also one of Frankforts com mandery The officers are Eminent Commander Mason P Brown Gencralhssimo H H Roberts Captain General D W Lindsey StaggJuniorSwordbearjr Theo Wylie Last night the commandery enjoyed an open house reception to all sir knights and their ladies- ADVERTISED IETTERS Below will be found the list of advertised letters for the week ending August 29 1901 Archwood Miss Rose Armstrong Mrs Robert Blanton J Irwin- Booboomboisen Konsteltenpn Branderberry Mrs Rebecca Brown Zealand Brouiss Fine H Burns E M Chapn an Mattie I Carter Green Combs Miss Emma Drunmer Lawrence Flinn Miss Annie Penn Gerald Gainer Miss Mamie Goble Mrs Maggie Harris Mrs R C Paxton Hawks Miss Nannie 22JohnsonLarn John E tLonIt Robert Martin JAJ ltMiles J L t Mime DrFI t 1 Nafer E H r Parrish J HfPatton Daniel Rice Rufus Ritchie Washington Robinson A R x Spencer Miss Alice Stanley Treadaway W H Truman Taylor B HOLMES Postmaster WHEN YOU iSTORE Killerexaimnemade by Perry Davis and dont be persuaded to take something just asgood because it is a few bouts cheaper There is only one Pain Killer Perry Daivs Largo bottles 25 and 50 cents byChamberlains about onethird the time any other treatment would require because whiohloausematuration For sale byJ W Galyeand South 4c Longmoor V5 Vfc v r fS IIt C1Frankfort+ III i t i s 1JjiMI i f 1IIE ELrts GROCERIES AND LIQUORS b t Ca JL LOWEST PRICES J JOHN fIj BRISCOLLS l brRai n tiJ V rHEMfRICAN JIncorporatedCAPITAL STOCK 25JOO0JRESERVE SURPLUS 125 00 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 20000000 tAddress all correspondence to t 11ri HOME OFFICEr t LEXINGTON KY r GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGEWTH iiAf h CASH V We give rebate checks on 112 cash purchases thereby allow 2it tjyouWhy not buy from us Ofi prices are the lowest and goods J qeverythingtJ class Hardware Store r 1 STAG Qloft BACON ifj MASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT r KYfjft1 Mrs J F Lewis 11f I Wi 453 Niagara Street Buffalo N Y Agent for iI 1 iY THE SHELDON 99 For t r r car line to p t for to Mrs J F k4o r if ir iTT Attractive Home I tlIPanAmerlcan Vlsltorjc Room Rates Reasonable Meals acart Direct Exposition Grouiuls Niagara Falls Write Particulars Lewisy INCHESTS FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS r ri t3till J k ItWII IIwRI Ludr aIRt bartc t ticu ttlot IN CHESTERLEADER and REPEATER r SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS are used by the best shots in the because Jh are so accurate uniform reliable Alltheworldschampionshipsandrecordshavebeen- Roti and made by Winchester shells Shoot them and USED BY THE BEST SHOTS SOLD EVEPlYWHEPlEj St r MATRIMONIAL VEISENBURGI1ROSSAV t fo 1tr J H Wdi sen burgh and s I t 44C t Belle V Ross were married ti Weisenburgh isthe son of t that Inieing citizen Mr L B jiX Wkoisonburgh and is a chip off o f i atliesame old block JI The young people arrived a t shame from their bridal trip on Monday last and are receiving I d statulations from their friends I S SPENOERWINKLER this oity on Wednesday morning Mr l Thos H Spencer and Miss Viola 1 Winkler were married by Rev f 44J R Savage of the Mehodist Church i DAILEY INJTON At the theEr x Qoiatlng minister 101 n street Frankfort Ky on Thurs August 29 1901 Mr J hsrlesABruce Dailey and Mss Lawionceel JOMj5t 1 One of the most imporai t pook Ings for the entertainment of local t amusement seekers so far consum u Snared is that which calls for the 4i rsappearance here on February 7th i1i of Mr Tim Murphy in Paul Wil fir S stacha new play of Washington lifer uA Capitol Comedy This i piece was tried last spring and i proved lo be a strong comedy of impdern American life with a de ligbtful role for the popular come diam Having demonstrated the Jl value of his drama Mr Murphy spent the summer superintending iftbe most elaborate production ho f ever made Young has painted i the scenery from models provided j 3by Mr Murphy himself who went with Mr Wilstaoh to Washington JR to photograph the exact localities J of the scenes of action The local f management will be called upon buttl itol Comedy is that of the third 1 sot showing the corridor of the hI Senate Wing of the United States itt Oapitol Every detail of the arohi tocture will bo faithfully xluoed even to the mosaic tiling in i the floor and the perspective of the is na to ohamher through center engagedli r C surrounded him and rehearsals begin in Now York City on August lr tt SEPTEMBFR VACATION i t iN lf Chicago NorthWestern Ry Round trip from Chicago Septera j 0f toer 110 Half rntesto tourists and fishing reso m V1SCOUSl- tf nd Miphiganiminimum rate 4 j Vauke Ai ahr4 4 Devils rJ kejt95 Forest Lake I5 Green Lakett 615 Neenah 585 Marquette n 1085 Colorado and the Blaok l Hills 2500 Utah 40 Gogebio IfJ Lake 1005 Tickets sold to San IPrftncisco Los Angeles and return lfO September 1927 return limit November 15 For low rates tonr i 1st tiokts and descriptive P lets apply to your nearest ticket 2 agent or address N M Breeze 49 rNoJth Pryor street Atlanta Ga streotff CinoiunabiOhioGeo F Brigham Jr 106 North Fourth street St Louis Mot or A H Waggoner 22 Fifth avenue Chicago DO YOU SUFFER with hot aching or perspiring sgetf if use Gayles Antiseptic Foot Powder It corrects uncomfortable conditions and makes tight shoes easy Price 15c J W GAYLE Druggist Mmrkotliouflo dor Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Ji nn IH 1P ATHS AYRES At the home of he r daughter Mrs W T Runydn BetsysAyres widow of the late Waite NI Ayres Esq late of this county Mrs Ayres was about 82 year of age and was a lovely type 0 f the old fashioned Kentucky lady Her maiden name was Foster and she was born and raised on the Foster farm near Jetts Station She was a devoted member of the Baptist Church and died at a ripe old age with unshaken faith in Him in whomshe had believed The remains were brought here on Tuesday and interred in our cemetery Mrs Ayres wasthe mother of Mrs A Duane Brown ofthis county v fl KEEMAN At the home of its parents in his city on Wednesday morning the 22 months old infant son of Mr Chas Keeman and wife The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Dr J Me Blayney On Thursday afternoon at 2 oclockCOLLINSAt the residence of his brother Mr Z T Collins on WednesdayMr W Leslie Collins aged about CO years Mr Collins was a warmhearted clever gentleman whose friends were legion He had served as sheriff of this county He leaves a wife and two daughters Mra Geo Kondrick and Miss Cora ColI lins one brother and one sister to mourn his death The funeral services were con duoted by Rev Geo Darsie yester day and t remains were laid to rest in our oemetery- WILLIAMSOn Jho 18th In Louisville Mary Parr infant child of Mr Hugh Williams and wife nee Lizzie Weitzel aged two weeks LANGDONCBEASEY cos SPE OIALS FOR SATURDAY AUGUST 81 1901 One Pint Jar Baking Powder with each 24 pounds Our Best Flour Only one to customer Sweet Clover Brand Early June Pens 9 cents a can- Yon Santhe finest Gunpowder Tea to be hadworth a pound only 65 cents Masons jars Pints 45 cents a dozen Quarts 50 cents a dozen Onehalf gallon 65 cents a dozen Those prices are for Saturday only August 81 1901 51lt A MINISTERS GOOD WORK- I had a severe attack of bil ious colic got a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kas My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medi cine from the doctor He used them for three or four days with out relief then called in another doctor who treated him for sore days and gave him no relief so discharged him I went over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they had been running off long that it was almost bloody jinx I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea and he said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutesif he did not find relief but he took no more and was en trely cured I think it the best- medicine I have over tried For sale by J W Gayle aud South ijongmoor i IFORKS OF ELKHORN meeting will com Run Church Sunday night Miss Sallie Suter has returned home after a weeks stay at Swit zer with Miss Fannio Jones Miss Pattie South whp has been visiting in New Castle was taken quite and Mrs C South is now with her Miss Virginia Johns of Cynthi= aria is the guest of Miss Carolyno Brock at Crescent View- IMIASLltlnl1 Sanford of Monterey home after a two with Miss Mattie schooljut quiteragain Miss Sallie Epler has been in Lexington for the past two weeks She is expected home Tuesday Mr R L French wife and chil dren have boon the guests of Miss Alice French for the past week A KID VILL RETURN Dr ff Goldstein the optician has gone to Louisville for a few days init will return to his office here September 7th Dont forget- it RECENT ADVANCES IN PHOTOGRAPHY The camera of the amateur photographer is playing an important part in the world of art these days A delightful phase of its value as a depicter of Nature is shown in the Ladies Home Journal for September In this issue two pages are given to the last of that magazines prize pho tographs of rural scenes and the collection is a notable one inter esitng alike to the picturetaker and the lover of pictures Some of the scones have all the distin guishing qualities of paintings with the added charm of being true to Nature NOTICE The members of North Benson Church Franklin county will give at the church Wednesday night September 4th an ice cream sup per for the benefit of the church All are cordially invited to attend beginning promptly at half past seven and until 12 oclock A MEMBER Public Sale of Jersey Cows AVINO decided to retire from the dairy business I will on TUESDAY SEPT 10th JJlyfarmfourJetty Station on Frankfort arid Versailles turnpike entire herd of milk cows and heifers Herd contains 8 fresh high grade Jerseys hIgh grade Jerseys in milk Durham in milk Holstein duo to calve in Octo high grade Jersey hoifers- Tfie ten Jersey cows and two of the heifers are safe in calf by my pure St Lambert bull Lucys King Pogis who o dam King Lucy Pogis made a record of lb8 oz of butter in seven days when 8 years old and sold Juno for Will also Hell milk wagons cans bottles etc Terms of Bale Less than 2000 cash sums six months wiahout interest noteluyablootarrive in time for sale from both Frankfort andLexi gton G H JETT B B PEAK Auctioneer Aug St A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains For sale by J W Gayle and South Long- moorfiigTiamnii 15 lllnutosWolk of PanAmerican Exposition Send for map of Buffalo and rate R 8 HAMBLETON Delaware Ave Formerly of this old town 4312t0LBXIONERIITINEI GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbicb in Quality and Flavor ArA EQUALTO ANY BEER MADE THE LAND CALL FUR IT PIlE PRO DUCT OF A KentuekyIndustry I0 ROBINSON Frankfurt Apt Local Phone 284 wept 2ly 00 Buck Arksays I was troubled with constipation until I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely oared of my old com plaint I recomipoUd thorn South Lon lUoor jOe and W McKee Bardie 1vly The House With a Reputation For Honest Dealing r a1 tlJ School BooksWe are ready with all the new books needed in the city schools this session Bring your old books to us for exchange And of course we have the largest line of School Supplies 4 School Shoes School Clothing To be found in the cityIOur prices always have been the lo- westRKMcCluresson 212214 St Clair Street Frankfort KyI PLYMOUTH ANn PITTSRURGH COAtS I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is large and clean and they shall have my personal attention Rage Coal and Feed CompaJ1f W H HOGS Proprietor Telephone No7 rf J r l MIOvtrCerk 1DTmOllWH EXCBLUWCB BOTTLED IN BOND Til BEST OP AIL WHISKEYS IS MATUIffi AN9 lIEN THE TIE STATES TIIJ AiREPWENTED AS SACREDLY 1UARANTEEO AS THE COW OF THE REALM BARiELOPuOlDTAYLOR SONATUIBISFOil IT fOR E H TAYLOR JR t SONS DISTILLERS TED FRANKFORT KY TITME SRI u s L 4NTEE8JQUAIL I SEa IT ta L 4IlInl UN LIIIId IT FINE SERMONS TO LARGE CONGREGATIONS v Rev W 0 Taylor D D who has been visiting in this oily forth i V last ten days preached two strong and eloquent sermons at the First Baptist Church in this v pity on Sunday last There were large congregations present at both yr services but the night congrega t tion taxed the seating capacity the big audience roomti Everyone present greatly on- joyedr the sermons and this be Jovedminst r and eloquent preacher more than ever endeared himself to the people by his iJtl Rid yet forceful presentation o J his subjects l While here Dr Taylor was the r recipient of many social courts safes and left for his home in In dianapdlis Ind on Monday re more in love with the good people of our city than ever before o Sa carried with him the k and respect of a host of warml attached friends t STREET OARS TO BLACKS POND Editor Roundabout Why not extend the street car from the cemetery gate to Blackspond and then let it take its chances of being hereafter ex i tended to the Forks or Switzer Stamping Ground Mrs Polkx or Woodlake as the demand for it may lustily It is pondiwould certainly convert that beau tiful pond into one of tho most do- ilrable pleasure resorts in the en tire South With a few cheap flats i and buildings for the accommoda f tipn of the people who would resort tothis famous little lake it could be made to yield hn income equal to the entire income of any one of the banks in Frankfort and passengerswould NormalSohoolwith t rove a constant stream of money Into the treasury of the Street Car Co And over and above all this there would soon be a continuous fromrcomsimenced growing again in dead ear streetkbepIr r Frankfort forward It will pay the fJ street car company and it will 1k4 bless the add greaty to rh their prosperity Let us have this tf extension at once SUBURBAN CureILOW RATES TO INDIANAPO LIS IND I 00 F i The Frankfort Cincinnati l rRui1way will sell round trip tickets i to Indianapolis Ind and return lti at one fare for the round trip t September 18th to 16th inclusive good returning until September 28d until October 7thor on pay ment of fifty cents and deposit of I tickets Account of Sovereign Grand Lodge I 0 0 F meetingI J R r General Passenger Agent- 50td ft The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day and one of the penalties for violat yourbowelsOhamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary ond you i will never have that eevere pun ishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor ic Walking Willow Fwrmhirc ud CluunI hi Ir la al toekIy Gold thin Wukiag Powder ft M4aeravala Us srbybreittrbca JelleYttbteIron brda tiro ale M ru M by till PiMkW but mult ki wiped dry Wilily nt OULP ttuw = MCIIW t web JiTHe w AMAUHIeeIIP Mr Mh lee Nan Yedy al I ft 4 CHOATEVILLE ehBIIdrenleft The ladies of the Choateville Christian Church gave an ice cream social last Saturday night for the benefit of thechurch It andfproving and his many friends iiope soon to see him entirely well again for he has had a serious time of it Mr Germia and Miss Goldie Sudduthspent last Sunday after CookefValley is paying his best respects to Miss Mag Quire Success to you Will Two of Mr Wm Pearces chil dren are on the sick list this week Hope they will soon be up again Mrs Ready of Frankfort spent a few days last week with her sis Dennisy Chester Dennis returned home last Mon inLouisvilleMiss Lula Hayden commenced her school at Choateville last gladtoMiss Agnes Douglass of Frank fort is visiting Mrs Katie Sar j gent of Louisville Mr R G Tharp and fife are visiting frieds in Indiana this week MAY BELLS BRYANTS STATION Well we have hada glorious rain and the dry parched earth looks refreshe- dBornAugust JTth to Mr W bouncingboy thecircumstances Miss Mittie Mitchell returned Saturday from a weeks stayin acoompaniedbywho spent several days in our veryjollyfriendship of every one he meets Miss Dora Sudduth is visiting her brother Mr Robt Sudduth at Tioga MnryYoungweek visiting relatives and friends at Switzer and Elkhorn and also attending the Franklin Associa convened at North Fork Church goneintoprepared to furnish his friends with nice fresh meat eacfh Friday evening and Saturday It was indeed an immense orowd circuslastwas sacrificed that could not otherwise have been spared ai d many an effort was made to earn a fifty cents that had not before seemed possible MOLLY YOCUM M WHEN YOU GO INTO A DRUG STORE Killerfmade by Perry Davis and dont be persuaded to take something just as good because it is a few onpILarge bottles 25 and 50 cents fishatdworllwith011tCo1dDusf II JJ ITSAVED HISDAB1 rMy baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors as sistance aiM as a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr L H Doak of Williams OretoI am happy to say it gave immediate relief and a complete cure For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills- VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIIULED SLEEPERS DIRIII CABS CIIIIR CARSS IfilEr RUQQ PA88R ST Me HOWARD ELLIOTT QCNL dr iWWAKELEYaCNl A8rRAaTSTLOU48M0 FREE NEWCURE FOR ECZEMA an du eruptions Remioks Eczema Cure and Remioks Pep sin Blood Tonic have never been yet failed to cure Free trial Havana Iediciue Co 1124 Locust street St Louis Mo For sale by South Longmoor Co RR1 v AreFYou Going to okk hone Rates Maps and Full Informection Free from W R Kerr Knoxville Tenn Geo L Garrett Louisville Ky L J IRWIN Louisville Ky PSWe are organizing special parties IRON AND COPPER AND WHERE THEY ARE FOUND Fully and interestingly described in the illustrated booklet contain ing large indexed map plainly in dicating the legion in which this valuable ore pow ready for distribution by the Chicago NorthWestern Ry Copy will be mailed to any address upon re peipt of wocent stamp by W B Kniskeru 22 Fifth Avenue Chi cago FOK SALE A farm nf about 200 acres for sale near Farmdale Ky Well watered grussPossession toI11RS Ky18tfSCHOOL 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 shorthand typewriting bookkeeping etc For terms apply at home 800 Steele street 48td Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DiflKtf what you tat I r thi tlS q ONLY ONE NIGHT OUT t I New Orleans to I l BUFFALO AND NIAGARA FALLS j Dally Train Service IIDouble Through VIA Pullman THE Sleepers QUEEN ICRESCENT ROUTEA- ND CONNECTING LINES Through Sleeper dally without change leaves New I r730 pm aLye NJiW ORLEANS- LveBDLXIXOKAX Jive CHATTANOOGA BfaJtout 4 I next day at well WlUAHAMft 35TH I Go t JULY 26 1901 J- GROWTH I r Paid Certificate Holders September 18U8 681 80 October 1669 44 November 1898 6024 11 December 1898 7811 68 January 1899 8U55 86 February 1899 11768 74 March 1699 14783 19 April 1899 17510 79 May 1899 20642 88 June 1899 24282 79 July 26614 89 August 1899 80881 16 September 1899 83643 96 October 1899 86691 22 November 1899 40869 66 December 1899 t 46351 45 January 1900 6084664 Jno Geo Secretary DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is 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 to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for ymi then in either case take the ON Y remedy that has been introduced in all civil ized countries with success in severest throat and lung troubles Bosahees German Syrup It not heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ dis ease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good units rust and cures the patient Try one Recom mended many years by all gists in the world Get Greens Prize Almanac South Longmoor Co 421y Mrs JI Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with 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 or croup give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in a little It never fails Pleasant to take always safe and sure and almost instan LougImoordie JIt j h 9 8 7 30J1aI i 1 r Ir DOUBLE DAY train service New Orleans Birmingham Macon Chattanooga and other points South to Cincin nati Close connection at Cincinnati with Iiall lines to Buffalo and other points North r tMSFourth Race ClAdual Oortkkeuaeau 1wDISTRIBUTIONi T Lexington Real Estate ana gYii9 bIDS I1fOUR Amounts to rH IIr 1MarchJune 1900 84207 5Gr4 July 1900 90946 71 1ftOotobeNovember 1900 116661 86 December 1900 120886 84 January 1901 126417 7O February 1901 181728 tilt Mnrch1901 v 9rr fLIMa11901Juno 1901 160839 88E IViOFFICERSJ Riley President J A Edge rJ only bottle drug S croup while 10 188622 BY LAND AND SEArs 10 to Maokinao and Northern Miohigan ppints On Wednesday J Ict1twillMaokinac Petoskey Bay View V and Gharlevoix and return at 10 by way of Chicago ana the sumptuous Vt steamer Manitou rThe steamer sails Thuursday s morning August 15th at 11- oclock Tickets good returnin T 15 Meals Ulooation150 early application should S made for acoommodaibioHS Fur then particulars furnished ontapplication to E H Bacon Dji trice Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky SumptervillejAla y dyspepsia when I commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure v I took several bottles and cap digest fi anything Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only preparation duestive jj i1I ache entire rest restoring their natural condition Squth Longc moor OQ and W MoKee JJar dietLOST In Frankfort Ky between the Court House and Mrs Orlando r100 tM sevenemeralds IThe finder will be liberally reward Yf ed by returning it to- MI1S m ORLANDO nROWNi1