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Digital page images are linked to the text file. er TIIE FRANKFORT R0IINPAE0UT1 11 VEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advtricf YOLK XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 190L NO 52I UNFORTUNATE- SB S regret that through a mis understanding ofn remark made py Hon Caleb Powers in regard to settlement of money matters Mr Jas B Howard became in Evolved in a difficulty with Mr Powers Wednesday evening in which he struck Powers with an 11k bottle While a painful inI ifeijury it is not serious 1r We are glad to say that the affair was at oboe expTaiiied hill friendly relations resumed be 4tw n these gentlemen jk FOOT CUT OFF t A man the nameo Tnrre Callahan attempted Aboard thtit C BO throught fr egbt Rafter it was under way at theI on Saturday night His frfbot slipped and he fell under the train havingIlialeft foot and 5ankle crushed tJ t tL Dr E E Hifine John JFSJohnson ljp amputated the leg between the K a foot and knee antlI tK iman was taken to the Kings Daughters l Hospital where life1 3s doing as well as could be expected Ut f I il AFNIGHTdF TERROR iw Awful anxiety yW felt for the widow of the brave General Burnbam of MTachiasJTMe when J i a doctors said she would dIe re frr n pneumonia for morning yrttefl Mrs S HV whoC ghtljthan tot 4Q saved her lifetanq1 tf cured her of consumption taking she slept all night Fur rsither use entirely cuteU her This marvelous medicine is guaranteed K to cure all throhtohesti lung diseases Only 50 cents and Trial bottles free at J W Gayles drug4t6x b t rRUMORED PROMOTION iiA rumor is afloat that ourJn former townsman Col Ed il Bryan nowrPresident of the New York SutSAVye hIs been offered the Presidency of the Southern salary1 We only hope it is true as tl there is nothing too good rTnj Bryan in the estimation of Frank fortpoople STRUCK GAS 1 fe While drilling a well for water 9v p on thefarm known ad n bard Gratz place near Spr111gI Station on FrIdyat a depth of only 01 feet MOSSrL Butler rJ parnel struck a strong flow df natural gas the gas catching fire I and burning in a big stream as high as twenty feet in the air t Notfhaving any arrangements for piping the gas they endeavored S witbout success to extinguish Ahe flow t FOR A OHILD jj t who isJ1ot doing well fine con ditionoccurs now and then with IT all children r Scotts emulsion of codliver fe oil is a food that begins to build at onceof course it dont jshow at once Not doing well means that ii the child isnot getting the good of his food Not today or this ptvEjokj it may have been going on for a month before it begins to 0if show in the ohilds condition You want him to get back to llAturuing his usual food into r strength I want the food that begins tQ build up nt onto MLEANTYLER CO Columbus play lovers gazed last night upon a drama that was written nearly three hundred years ago by the greatest of all dramatists They beheld it moreover set in reproductions of ancient scenes by Columbus artists and acted by a cpmpany that has made its home here during weeks Qf faithful preparation The play Coriolanus ran with commendable smoothness foru first presentation and merited the cordial applause bestowed upon it This approbation was vouchsafed not only to Mr Jl D MacLean star atidj producer Miss Odette and tffejcqmpfiny buttpv he hnuti rom e saa5ot ipaantedab Armbruster tt Sons as well impersonation was dignified intelligent autU full of virility Miss Odette Tyler was both pretty and pleasing as Virgilla and was richly gowned The careful train ling of Max Von Mitzel who staged production was manifest in the unusually well executed mob scenes and Mr Von Mitzel also distinguished himself by his capable acting J H Rowland as Coininius Frank Henning as Tullus Aufidius and Mrs Henry Vaudenhoff as Volumnia all dis tin uished themselves while other roles were well assumed The costumes are new and accurate and the entire production reflects credit upon the producers and all concerned Delightful orchestral music was rendered by Director orInesday night Tonight the bill will be Sheridan brilliant com edy The School for Scandal with Mr MacLean as Charles Surface and Mies Tyler as Lady ofIViKing John will be given at a cILeaTyler as Lady Constance The productionsisThis magnificent company will be at the Capital Theatre Thursday September 12th a A SHOCKING CALAMITY Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of VllI liford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for burns boils piles and all skin eruptions Its heplerCureby J W Gayle 1 ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Mr Miles L Wanee was wound ed by the accidental discharge of a pistol on Saturday which he was cleaning The ball plowed its way through his left hand and the left leg just above the knee Both wounds were only flesh wounds and while painful are not dangerous THE THRUST OF A LANCE is scarcely more agonizing than the recurrent pains in the abdomen which follow the eating of improper food or too free indul gene in ice water The immedi ate cause of cramps and colic is often the distention of the bowels by gas Quick relief follows the use of Perry Davis Pain Killer Careful housekeepers give it the fnmilymediory 2 And x 2 r dJ Add up the few cents 4 purchaseCe to quite a tidy sum in a Year But there is more than a price charm to our store there is always something new stylish and desirable in womans wear A tempting dis play of Fall Dress Goods Striking patterns in- ShirtWaistMaterial 11 In fact we have never been able to show such a magnificent line of Dress Goods before Y3u will find no trouble in- getting suited at our store The goods and the prices will please youI O1K6IBROI 41 St Clair Street COLORED MAN CUT A colored man by the name of Win Penny was cut by a white man named John H Conley on Saturday night as the climax of 001nuredwas arrested- HANDSOME WRITE UP We are in receipt ofa copy of the very handsome write up of the business interests of Mays ville Ky by our brother editor Col Thos A Davis It is well gotten up and well illustrated in every way We congratulate Col Davis first upon his progressive an hustling city and secondly upon his success in showing her advan if gas as a business ce- nteriiiiiWi Come and See Met V When you find your coal cellar getting empty I sell the best Coal in the market Southern Jellico Screened deanall coalno dust Sold Only by A Dudley Blanton f Both Phones IOO Head of Clinton se COURT DAY SALES The following sales were made on Monday last county court day by Col D A Peters the auctiuneer 16 yearling streets at 1625 each 6 yearling steers at 1585 aged mule 8850 1 old surrey 1825 12 yearling heifers at 18f1 horse 105 j lot of plug horses from 10to 80 T buggy for 8625IThere was a large crowd in town and a considerable quantity of stock on the mnrketIWORKING NIGHT AND DAY The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is DrI Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre won derful in building up the health Only 25 cents per box Sold by J W Gayle IFINE MEETING Adams returned from Deatsvillo on Saturday proIBaptistI17 additions by baptism up to the time he left and quite a number of others having signified their intention to unite with the church 1Ve file glad to report the good accomplished by this brilliant and elpquent young preacher under the blessing of Providence NO RELIEF FOR TWENTY YEARS I had bronchitis for twenty venrs said Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville IllHand at times have been bedfast I never got relief until I had taken Foleys pleusnntlsure cure eases Take nothing else South Lougmoor and W McKee Har die Pe x REPUBLICAN NOMINEES The Republicans of this city met in convention on Saturday last at 2 oclock p m and nominated the following ticket for the various municipal officers- to be elected in November JI JCltyCity Prosecutor B L Guffy MarshalN I MoDaniel IMagistrate W T FlynnnnConstable Wilder Dupuy- COUNCILMEN First WardR W McReryy C Furr J Mack VanDecveer F G Stagg Second Ward Lewis H Finnell W D Park John E Kirtley Henry Craik Third WardM P Brown Chas J Weitzel Milton Dean Dr J S Collins Board of Education First Ward IA B Hammond Second WardA F Mitchell Third Ward John N Crutoher When you want a pleasanttphysic try the new remedy Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayle and South Lon moors drug store LEGAL HOLIDAYr Monday last September J2d- was a legal holiday Labor DaytI and the banks and postoffice were closed There was one de livery made by he carriers Notice to the M tTaxpayersI the law and ruling of the Auditor the ryearI urge all who have not paid their taxes to come forward at once and settle same r as I will advertise at an early date VeryRespeotfullyJ B F SUTER 52U Sheriff Franklin County 1 PERSONALS JMis8 Alice French attendee the Shelby fair last week fVVOapt Jncob Swlpert Ims gofio to Tatum Springs health M B Adams returned frog jftbeatsvillo on Saturday morning I Fred D Hollis returned Sat Hurday from Cincinnati fMr Ambrose Hinton of George was in this city Monday Wf Hugh P Scott of Lexington jpwas in tho city Monday Mr Jas E Henton of Woodford Cvcounty was in the city Monday Lexingjon Shelbiicounty was Mr R S of Stamping MondayI mft Judge J D White and wife have returned from Bardwell LMr Ira S Shy of Covington- was here this week iCapt S V Pence of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mr W H Posey made a business L trip to Louisville on Tuesday t Mr Prentiss ORear has gone to Oxford Ohio to attend college Mr N B Hayes of Piheville twas In the city Monday ColumbusstfMrs Carrie Wolf on Sunday K Prof Win ORear of Oxford VllO was the guest of his brother Judge EC 0 Rear this week- f 3 Dr L MScott of Jellico Tenn was the guest of reatives here this t week iMr Gordon G Hookensmith left Tuesday for Colorado and California to be gone a month fVJ Mr Howell Scott left Monday fo- r1El Paso Texaswhere he will make- tilhls home in future j Rev T F Talliferro of Pleas Fur vine was a visitor here this 1fG1 week Miss Nellie Downing has gone to- tr Lexington to attend the State i Nilege fc Miss Nellie Marshall left Tues day for Versailles to attend Ashland Female Seminary y Miss Ebonet Farris of Sebree f Creek was the guest of Miss Lula i Nelson this week A Mrs Geo H Stehlin has 11 from a visit to relatives in Louis f ville ir y Mrs John Beeb and daughter j Mary of Monterey were guests of friends here Tuesday Mrs F P Atherton who has- licenspendlng the summer In the east has retu ned homer Judge A Rollins Burnam and t Judge Geo DuRelle left Wednes day or a trip east gonY she will attend college this year f s Mr L Labrot wife and daugh ter who have been at the seashore have returned home Miss Mary Gray has returned l from a visit to relatives in Louis yUle t Mr Steele Reading has gone on a trip to New York City Buffalo arid Toronto Mr Louis Heitz and wife of Louisville are guests of Mr M Busam St Clair street t Dr Howard Dehoney of Phila Penn is visiting his father Mayor W S Dehoney Miss Marie Wilkins of Eddyville i is the guest of her aunt Mrs Win CromwellCol R Keller of Carlisle was the guest of his son Dr H M Keller this week r Mrs Nowbrandt of Cincinnati tft is the guest of her daughter Mrs iff Johnson Barrett Mr Oscar Barrett of Newport f was the guest of his bro Johnson Barrett Wednesday Mrs Lula B Longmoor and 11is Ruth Ely have returned from cLouisville Scott has gone to Sholbyville where she will attend Scionoo Hill Academy Mrs Stanley Keller of Carlisle is the guest of Mrs H M Keller Shelby street Mr Wm Morrison and wife o Minneapolis Minn were visitor- here this week t Mr Lysander Hord jrof Aura 1raIlIs vsited relatives hero this attendedtia sopial at on nig- htAMfg lubprt Vrooland WAS called rous to Bloomileld Saturday by the seri illness of his father J Mr Frank C Hughes and wife of South Pittsburg TonnMlwero visitors hero this week Miss Lizzie Rodman of Chicago el Ills was the guest of Mrs Florrie Rodman this week Mrs H C Mallory andchildronH- of Chicago were guests of Mxs Florrie Rodman l PopularBluffqlty on Sunday StampingGroundB Lucas and wife on Sunday I11ls8 Ruth Tutt of Eminence was LucnsSunHealdsburgCa1lfornl11 this county Miss Harriett B Toddof Louis villa was the guest of Miss Mar garet A Lewis this week OrfordOhioLewis on Sunday Rev VM Gaines of Woodford MondayspentSundayof relatives FlorIdaG V Chinn Main street Mrs S T Bailey of Versailleswho has been the guest of her sis ParisonhasbeenStarks during the summer return nightMr home throuKhthePowers and Howard childrenSouthSideWashlngtonMrs Anna VanDerveer South SidsI returnedformHeeneyBros daughterC Furr have gone to Canada and Buffalo IndiannpoUsInaparents Mr F V Gray and wife returned home Sunday night Mrs M BAdams and sons Mar shall and Chas D returned from Mason county on Saturday morning Mrs J L Whitehead of WIl liamsburg was called Here th death of her brotherinlaw Mr Jas B Hawkins Misses Lucille and Lena Haw kins daughters of Mr Jas B Haw deathdDr Nettie P Furrow who was called to Kirksville Mo by the death of her father returned home Wednesday morning Mr Edmund B Meagher has gone to St Marys Nelson county where he will attend college this year Miss Mary Magill who has been spending the summer at home ha returned to the Commercial Colleg- at Bowling Green FioreE L SamueL in this city this J H Culter and wife of Louisvile have been in the city for a week or so guests of Mrs A H Wagoner Mr Edgar M Church of Max shall Texas who has been visit Ing relatives here returned home TuesdayMr S Bush of Louisville was the guest of his brotherinlaw JuniperHillMaster Bosworth Todd who has been visiting his grandparents In Shelby county for several months has returned home Miss Isa ORear of Mt Sterling who has boon the guest of her brother Judge E C ORear for several days returned home Mon dayMr John T Hutchison and daughter of Pittsburg Penn who have been guests of his father T J Hutchison have re turned hom- eJudgeJas R Burnam of Rich osnam of the Court of Appeals has returned home i Miss Katherine F Lindsey the sponsofor r at the Grand Conclave at Louis vine returned home Saturday Mrs A G Morris and son Thos R loft Wednesday for their now busswas so as a farm of 160 acres Dr W C Curnui left Saturday afternoon for Maysville on route to his new home in Philadelphia carrying with him friendsy wife amt son Mr Pruett Graham who have boon taking in the PanAmerican it Buffalo N Y have returned homo Mr A Dudley Blanton was in Lexington Tuesday where ho wont to enter his fine mules Miss Maxine Elliott and Miss Julia Marlowe in the Lexington Colored hair They will have to compete against fine mules front all parts of thu State but we are satis Jhablueribbon c t SCflOOL SHOES SCHOOL SHOES H aiThe Most Important Part of a School Childs Dress is SHOES They must wear well f They must look well v They must protect their feet W Have made the strongest effort of our business career to y combine the above qualities Bring your children to us for their School Footwear Misses good shoes S 15O and 2OO X Childrens good shoes 135 und 150 Boys good shoes S 150 2OO and S250 ILittleMens good Shoes 8125 and 15O f LET US SHOE THE FAMILY THIS FALL L D C CRUTCHER CL I SLIGHT BLAZE At 1150 yesterday morning an alarm from box 14 called the fire boys to the residence of Mr Ri L Crotchet on Shelby street where there was a samll blaze in the roo of the kitchen which was extin guished with only nominal loss THANKS foethe LangdouCreasey Co is off on a vacation for thirty days an wishes to express his thanks to th violnityIwhich they have favored him and respectfully solicits a continuance of the same for his successor Mr J A Sullivan who is an upto date merchant ever ready an willing to satisfy the wants of the trade Norris Silver North Stratford oef suffering witha cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle relieved me the second and third almost cured Today Iam a well man CITY SCHOOLS The following is the total enroll ment of children in the city schools for the week ending yesterday White School 1J 840 Colored School 854 Tptal 1200 This is a fine showing for th opening week T 0 7Ri To attend the 85tlt National En campment G A R the L N sell round trip tickets to Cleveland and return from this city September 8 10 and 11 good for return uhiil September 15 for the extremely low rate of 790 particulars 11thfHE OWES HIS LIFE TO THE FORETHOUGHT OF A COM PANION While on a camping trip in Webster county Mr S I Stump of Normautown W Vn had a severe attack of bloody flux He says 1 firmly believe that I owe my life to the forethought of one of the company who had taken along a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Moral Pro taro a bottle of this remedy be fore leaving home It can not bo obtained when on a hunting fish ing or prospecting trip Neither can it be obtained while on board the oars oil steamship andas such times and places it is most wnyisof travelers never Jeitve home on a journey without it For sale by JV Gayle and South Long moor J r J ofh rts I CURED OF CHRONIC DIAR RHOEA AFTER THIRTY YEARS OF SUFFERING I suffered for thirty years wasfHalloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes ofre thercould do no kind of labor could Iewas a Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after tak entirelyIam so pleased with the result that Iani alldas by JW Gayle and South Longmoor A never failing curefor outs burns scalds ulcers wounds and sores is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Amost soothing and affecifHiUUJJU U1J1J OllUlUU- South Longmoor Co and W McKee Hardie SEPTEMBER VACATION I RATES RyRoundbrer 110 Half rates to tourists and fishing resorts in Wisconsin 4Isha 4 Devils Lake 495 Forest Lake 5 Green Lake 5 15 Neenah 585 Marquette 1085 Colorado and the Black GogebioLakeFrancisco Los Angeles and return 50 September 1927 return limit November 15 For low rates tour pamphletsagent or address N M Breeze 49 North Pryor street Atlanta Ga A F Cleveland 485 Vine street BrighamJrLouis Mo or A H Waggoner 22 Fifth avenue Chicago r KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests thetood and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest dlscovereddlgest aut and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Indigestion Heartburn NauseaJSIckall other results of imperfect dlgestlop Price50c and fl Largo size contains times small slse Book all about dyspepsia amifodfree Prtvurict ky E C DtWITT AGO Cble i t ArewIf You Ef d Going 4 t toaklahonm R tes r Maos and Full Wi Informs donc4 Free tr front 4W R Kerr Knoxvill Tan Gco L Garrett LoulsvIlU KylL J IRWIN LouisvilU Ky e P SWe are organizing special partis wt IBESTTRAINI Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha V St illBlackSt Louis VIA or Chicago r it i VESTIBULE TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CAI I CHAIR CARS ioIFREiis J tiilHOWAftDVWWAKtUEYQENlLPAE8RAOT8TLOUHH f EVERY HEALTH Y BOY t likes to get himself into pJaoe8 iof Hence bruisesdanger strains + and sprains Mother scolds and XDavIsthe injured spots with an energy and frequency depending on the seriousness of the case Therecis nothing like Pain Killer to takeout the sorenes and to make stiff muscles supple lIP strong as ever r t jSJI D rOE3NSONT CO 3ati t Itrf r SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK y irr 1V To make room for our Fall Importations we ill close out our entire line of Imported and New- Yrorh ctiL t i Silk Waists at onehalf price 1t 1i q i C All cotton Waists at O ehaJfdprice 1 i All summer Underwear at cost c d J t I F 1 L The 311 f1f 1t BUYS A HOME Mrs Thos W Jones of the Woodln e neighborhood has pur t chased the twostory brick house r of MrQaldwell on Ann street i1u next dobr to Col D C Crutoher for 8000 and wall remove to the city about the first of December i a Below will be found the list of advertised letters for the week end I Ing September 5 1901 1y AdamsA AleS Salvature Anderson George Bobbitt Marie P Burns E M Ohism Downrd H 1IrsClaraIf Ellis Hayden H Etherfcon Fields 2 f lFelter Miss Maud i Frank K rHaines Mrs Susie q Hnllonwortli Grissom 5i Harks Miss Nannie 2 Holt Chas Jerome j Harrell Mary F t Innman Geo J Knob Miss Anna Llewellyn Mrs D D OBrien Mart Pickett Mrs Emma ii AbeglalTreach i Tucker Miss Minnie E I FloieneoVaughn t Walker Miss Maud J Walton Solomon t CS l ft When calling for these letters If please say advertised HOLMESiPostmaster 4r Joj TrainingI Is indispensable to athletic Y Jl success In training much stress ia laid upon care quantitytz4 enwtth regularity of meals everyman irregularr1tfofthe stomach and its allied organs of tw digestion and nutrition can be- Etc sound health until these diseases are b cured Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other andItrfnutrition extracted from food I was taken with the grippe which resulted5 la heart and stomach writ w Mr T R Caudill of Montland Allegheny Co N I tl1ejiMedecallDiscoveraydwhich rboUle I began to feel better I have used toGodforthebenei5t toaltjDr Pierces Pellets cure constip4tion IIIl llfd kS j t r iJd JS Marvelous Growth of In depeuclaiit Telephone Service In Kentucky 5 years ago hard ly 500 independant Telephones were ill Use while today over 20 000 are doing service Five years ago the Capital invested was not much above 5000 today it is nearly 3000 000 and is increasing at a rapid rate In Kentucky there are 83 lade pendent Telephone Exchanges now in operation and 8 in the course of construction includ ring Louisville ShelbyvUle and in our immediate neigh borhood On 31st the gap WES closedat Kentucky river between Lancaster and Nicholasville making connect ion between Falmouth Cynth iana Georgetown Owenton Carrollton Frankfort Midway Versailles Lex ington Winchester Owingsville Mt Sterling and surrounding small towns with Lancaster Danville Somerset Stanford Crab Orchard 0 0 Springs Mt Vernon London Barbour ville Williamsburg and intermediate points There are more than 67000 in ependant telephones in ser vice in Ohio being 20000 more than the Bell Go has In Indiana there are over 54000 independent telephones being more than double the Bell Gos connections Illinois Michigan und Wis consin are in about the condit ion of Kentucky While the West and East show a marvelous growth and the South a like of long distance which the opposition has made use of so long will soon be a thing of the past The Independ ents are getting long distance of their own as well as the best and most modern equipped ex changes THE BURLJNGTONSOALIFOR- NIA EXCURSIONS PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Every Wednesday night from St Louis and Ohioago the Bur lingtons Personally Conducted Tourist Sleeper Excursions leave for California In addition to the protection of special conductors the crowning feature is the route through Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake These excursions are a fixture in the Burlington pas senger service Very cheap to California and return Much less than half rates are made September 19h to 27th limitNovember J To make room injour China Department for v new I po ta tfv l We will close out all of our superb stock oJB iv i China and Glass at one fourttI off price f I Be sure and call I f y yJi WhIte Main Street I ADVERTISEDJfETTERS Hr Lawrenceburg conditionThe Regular Front Store REMEMBER IT Those who desire to purchase firstclass dairy stock should not forget the sale of Mr G H Jett on Tuesday next He offers some rare bargains If you wish u fine milch cow for family use dont fail to attend DONT FORGET opticlanin this city today and fall re main for a few days only If you need glasses adjusted call on him There is no charge for con sultation and examination RESIGNEDELECTEDMiss her position as assistant in the Kindergarten department of the white public city school Miss Georgia Graham was elected on Tuesday night to fill the vacancy LOST On Thursday evening after 6 oclock a small gold watch with a monogram on the outsideof the case and the owners full name on the inside of the case It was probably lost on Shelby street byleavingresidence of Mr Shuck South Side 62lt Dont wait until you become chronically cOllstipntedbnt take Little Early Risers now and then They will keop your liver and bowels in good order Easy to take Safe pills South Lougmoor Co and W McKee Hardie Cuts and brumes are healed by Chamberlains Pain Balm in about onethird the time any other treatment would require because of its antiseptic qualities which cause the parts to heal without maturation For sale by J W Galye and South Longm- oorLouisvilles Great INTERSTATEFAIR Sept 23 Oct 5 1901 Magnificent Roman Hippodrome and Athletic Carnival Americas Grandest Exhibit f Live Stock and Farm Products 1500000CASH Cattle Premiums SPEED CONTESTS ON ILLUMINATED TRACK An OldFashioned Fair with uptodate Amusements Admission Day 25c Evening lOc tJ1 iPI Laxative p i HSyrupNAUTRES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctoryAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Consfipation as they bring about a 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 table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Siclf Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NauseousnesSj Bloated Feeling etc IJS our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE CURES BLOOD TROUBLES BLOOD POISON CANCERIECZEMA ETC NOTHING TO TRY Old obstinate deepseated cases permanently oured by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B If your blood is tainted produc ing offensive eruptions aching bones and joints ulcers fulling hair mucous patches sore mouth and throat scabs or scales per sistent pimples eating sores swellings sore lip dry soredull aching lancing shooting pains then you have blood poison or the beginnings of deadly cancer Dont experiment but Botanic 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 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 lam 200 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Med icine and free medical advice sent at once prepaid B B B origi nated by Dr Gillam over 80 years ago Thousands have been cured many after doctors and patent medicines had utterly felled Botanic Blood Balm p B B gives life vigor and strength to the blood making it pure and rioh411y DO YOU WANT To sell your real estate timber or coal stock of goods want to buy or exchange for of property Write me with all the particulars us I be able to help you Ad dress N Charleston W Box Dec 16ly tj Jtyiv ICA f TORZ ABears the A Boughtk c trM y BETWEEN LouisvilleAND t CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST f UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper IEH BACON D P A N WCor 4th and Market SU Louisvmn Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25icents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co f1 zhi l i + J 1t1 1 r rti TnB Frankfort RountlaDDut Ii Entered at the postolflcc at Frankfort Ken tuclcy as secondclass mailable matter i fOEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 71901 t FRANKFORTS OLDEST CITI ZEN PASSES AWAY On Tuesdny night last Mrs Unetta S Chiles widow of the late Walter Carr Chiles Esq passed away quietly and peacefully wr to the home beyond aged 87 years Mrs Chiles was one of the old time Kentucky ladies who were S an honor to the race and a blessing to the coinmunity in which t they lived She was a woman of Ii unusual intelligence and vigor Her mind maintained its clear ness and power to the very lust She was keenly alive to public affairs and kept thoroughly in touch with passing events ti An earnest active and vigorous Christian she was ever ready to 4 speak a word for the Master she so thoroughly believed in and loved She had been a member 1of the Christian Church for more n than 78 years and until the inI A ifirraities of age pressed upon her was faithful in attendance upon f r1 its services anda worker in the J Cranks ffV Her husband died more than Wthirty years ago and she wasjeft h rijb manage her business affairs andNsuccess tSha had alarge fatuity of chil t 1Vdren bnballsave twoDr EJ I Chiles of Philadelphia Penn V and Mrs Lutie Thomas of this Icity had preceded ljeo the grave f i The funeral services were con dueled by her pastor Rqv Geo Darsie assisted by her nephew Rev R L McCready from the family residence 807 Third street South Side on Thursday after h which the remains were laid to Ji rest by the side of her husband t in our cemetery V She was the oldest citizen of t this city and went to her long home hearing the respect and J admiration to all who knew her 170 L To the bereft children and grandchildren we tender our rsiiicerest sympathy ffIii w FARM SOLD t1 ivpjejmi that Mr Geo C 4 JGrady hUE sold the old J N Blakemore farm which he pur chased nt administrators sale last year We did not learn the name otUie pnrqliaser or the price paid geveri1i il How To r Gain Fleshr Persons have been known to a gain a pound m day by taking I itV in ounce of SCOTTS EMUL f SION It is strange but it often A happens Somehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the prop1ftf f food which he could not do be fore and that is the way the gain r is made A certain amount of flesh is a necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by 1 taking StOllS fmUISIOn You will find it M as useful in summer in winter and if you are thriving upon it dont stop because the weather is warm 4 Sec end f100 all dnigglU SCOTT DOWNE Chemists New York i11 roANNUALREUNION The annual reunion of the Arnold family was helavot Mr J M Minors Thursday August 20th There were ninetynine present Those present from a distance were Mrs Alviar Johnson and Ben Johnson from Cincin nati Ohio Miss Llla Johnson MillerViand ter Ellsworth Kansas Mr Ste phen Arnold and family and Mr Richard Paxton and family from Anderson county Mrs Julia Yancy Jefferson county There were no deaths reported since last meeting x Messrs LFand John W Johnson of this city are members of this family and attended the reunion STOOD DEATH OFF E B Munday a layer of Hen rietta Tex once fooled a grave digger Hu snysII My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and he was soon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bittera saved his life Thila remedy expels malara kills disease germs digestionbowels cures constipation dys pepaia nerovus diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only 50 cents at J W Gayles drug store- DELIGHTFUL The weather this week has been ideal neither too hot nor tco cool warm in thd middle of the day and perfectly delightful for sleeping at night Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route- KENTUCKY THEBEAUTI FUL We are in receipt of a beautifully illustrated and printed pamphlet issued by the L N railroad company with the above title It is an interesting and useful little book and may be had upon application to C L Stone Louisville accompanied by one dime SLIGHT BLAZE An alarm by telephone at 110t- p m Monday called the fire boys to a small cottage on North Wilkinson street where the roof was found to be on fire It was easily extinguished and with only nominal loss RESIGNEDELECTEDMiss re signed her position as supply teacher in the white city school Miss Julia W Johnson has been elected by tlie Board of Educa tion to fill the vacancy occasioned by Miss Congletons resignaton Miss Congleton has accepted a position as bookkeeper for her uncles Congleton Bros 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 tion or oilliousnoss Doctors wore scarce and seldom heard ofap 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 system 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 August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing seri ous the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac South Longmpor Co 421y Ijft t t f j d Il TheMa ing r of oodoffee j 1Begins in the Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchfulcare the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of quality and youomore cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbucklos Roasted Coffee there in a lilt of articles eachftaClage In which the List Is found the- pnrobaaer has bought of some article to be selected him or her from the List subject only to the condition that the sig nature on the package is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Netfo Dept NEW YORK CITY NY BilPMiasfei 113 St Clair St O8I8uu1a1tPtllsioaRe LADY ASSISTANT Dr Nettie P Furrow Graduates from Klrksvllle Mo under Dr A Tbtlll Office Hours 9lo 12 a m 2 to5p m Phones Office Local 183 East Tennessee 14B Residence Local 804 East Tennessee 123 i O 1l SAE lliei secondhand Willianis ti pewritr mM- ceZVhatmostpeople JVtf want is some thing mild and gentle f hen in need of a physio Chamberlains Stomach i tabfets fill tho bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Fig sago bv J W Gayle and South Longmoor Jf the actions of your owa s is not oaey and regular eriousycpm lihciitlons t1strbe iJhfcfhTdT result DoWitts Little Early Risers will remove this danger Safe pleasant and effective South Longmoor Co and W MqKee Hardie Tames White Bryanbsville Ind says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs He had suffered six years Doctors failed to help him Get DoWitts Accept no imitation South Lpngmocn Go andW McKee Hardie CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL September 1G28 EXCURSION RATESI f0IiThe Queen City Greatest Attractions Ever Offered Floral Pageant Nigbt Pageant Industrial t Parade Sacred Concerts Park Fetes Midway Fireworks Etc Etc ask ticket agents for particu lars as to rates W 0 Rineiirsou G P Af Cincinnati W J Murphy Gen Manager IBRICK FOR SALE I have on hand rind for side 500000 freshburned brick first class Also soft brick 52tf J S COLLINS Allen Halveraon of West Praiio Win says People come ten miles to buy Foleys Kidney Cure while J A Spero of Hel mer Ind says It is the medical wonder of the age II South Longmoor and W lI K Bardie Dress Box 1 kt Couches i i Bel LoungesM Sofa CSches and r h IChairs t 5 1 lJI I We are overstocked on lboveando1ter ili4In way of prices for the t next 10 days A word Z to the wise is sufficient R Rogers Sores iIl L Dec 1ly fDigestsAdministrators Notice t r LL PERSONS KNOWIGO THEMSELVES it BuntbfcEwnn I tie and nil those claims agaInst tha osI f tnto of saId decedent nro requested to + tho amo to mOl proven forpresenty dAugust CASTORIAFor The Kind You Here Always Biukf IBears the of 1L Y 7 17I r IE 7 II IIf r I r WS FARlUER S SPJIGIMS 1 Few r r J awns aaAndShift Waists Left at less than half price Now is the time r t to buy them k PI I I I I Ii C7 n r1l fA I IAj RECKLESS SHOOTING ji ls On Tuesday last a youth about TxtfiB years of age was passing along lfSecoud street and when near the W ii sipenceofMrC L B Longmoor 1t saw a dog trotting along With V out any adoo the lad who had n i 22caliber rifle in his hand opened r fire on the dog killing it but frightening a lot of people who were in line with the dog nearly to death There were a number f of workmen engaged in putting tlpvvn n granitoid pavement n is v lady sitting on her front porch and a lot of little girls playing along tUG street who were all in i Danger from the reckless shooter d0 notknw who the lad was ljnithe should be looked upand- punishedJ for violating the law and- o iSMius endangering human lives PEAKS MILLI fifefqapt Frank Bacon left for Se l r last week to spend the tt i jointer ik r1 f Master Zack Church jr enter j tamed a party of friends Sunday I lasftfitli a birthday dinner I Mrs Wilton Long tof Alabama is the guest of her fatherinlaw 1r Bob Long Mr Jojin Church accompanied jr by his mqtherMrs Mollie Church spent Saturday and Sunday at f jDuckers J i Mifi Gordon Hodkensmith left n Tuesday an ext qged trip through the West Mr Henry Church and wife were the guests df Mr aVd Mrs Ambrpse Quarries on Wednesday t Uitt 1MrAirJapkBon ifo and child r 1ofBnth bounty are in this sec l1Lr ttiou visiting relatives j i v Bro Jas dlark baptized seven 1 converts at the Suter Stafford ford on Sunday last the result of a weeks preaching ntCajrjp Pleas r nt eghdol b iV- t STILL A CORKER B W PureellKinersville Pa 7y he suffered 25 years with and could obtain no relief t until DeWitts Witch Hnzdl Salve fi i effected a permanent cure Counterfeits are worthless South Lougmoor Co and W McKee f Hnrdiett i H MEXICAN WAR VETERANS it t MEETING t r The next meeting of thev National Assooiatyon of Mexican vLWar Veterans will be held at Cleveland Ohio September 12 r 18 and 14 Headquarters at the h J Linpoln Hotel Place of meeting City Council Chamber This is expected to l o one of the grandest i meetings and perhaps the last ione of the old vetqrans Rail fare is one cent a mile For program etc address Hon E Ii i W Doty or Col Hodge Oleve c viand Ohio 1I E H HOBSON President t WILBtJR R SMITE Sec y Lexington Ky i r iOtr f J First Showing New Style FALL SKIRTS Right goods Right prices Special good things in walking Skirts See them INs FARMER spents HAPPY RIDGE IVO were greatly pleased in see ing such splendid rains as we have had of late Crops are looking considerably betterMrs BettieSexnoues and daugh ter Miss Stella were guests of her daughter at Cincinnati re oentlyIMiss Rubie Parrent of Bridge port who is visiting Miss Linnie Black at Safiell called to see Miss Cora Smith one day the past week Mr Tobiap Brawner wife and guestslofIMiss Cleora Marshall is visit in Louisville this weekDiedOn Sunday evening Aug ust 18 1901 consumption Mrs iA 11 Miles at her home near Harvielaud She has been failing for almost a year and no effort was spared to make her comfort tbingsIon morn ing at 11 a m funeral services were conducted by Rev MrBaker after which her remains were laid to rest in the Bagdad cemetery She leaves one daughter Miss Nellie B a father andtwo broth ers Messrs Walter and Oscar Clark who have Jived with her since her husbands death and many relatives and friends to mourn her demise Mrs Milep was a noble Christian woman memberIgirlhood Our loved sister htt- sgonehas passed from the cared of earth to the joys of heaven C she sleeps beneaththe sod hands folded sweetly smiling even in death No trace of tile suffering and agonyshe so patiently endured But with sweet resig nation to Gods will she has soared to fieldseternal resting now in the arms of Him who died 3lo that we might live Although it is hard to give thee up yet we would say to the berenv family to not grieve fgr jour osaJs her aternal gain We strewn bhy grave with flowers watered them with tears Soon alas they will fade b tiu our hearts thy name and form will ever live Farewell and sweet be thy rest dearest sister and when death comes may it find ins too re beyondrYnomore PAPAS ONLY CHILD CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY A GREATFAV ORITE v The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favor ito with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whoopinJ cough ns it always affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful oonfiILong WOl KY u Formerly known as the Winston School Frankfort Ky and Next Session Begins 9th 1901 For Further Information Call On Or Address J B 2nd Shelby St 44tSl We have just received and are now to furnish our patrons for family use during the summer season the wines on which we And bear in mind we are sole agents for Frank Fehrs Beer also Grape Juices bottled by the Purity Co Cin cinnati Ohio PlUMitnill a V1 Pryer FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago Railway leave Chicago daily Mil waukee Madison Green Fond du Lao Ashland St Paul and Duluth and al1 points in Wisconsin and the Copper Country Quickest time Service The best of For tickets rates and full apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Ohio Daily trains leave Louisville 100 p m 815 a m Cincinnati 480 p m 880 a m for Buffalo over L N Pennsyl vania Erie Akron Route Round trip tickets may be obtained over it to Lake Buffalo Niagara Falls and Canadian resorts Ask C H Hagerty D P Agt Louisville Ky or Geo E Rockwell A G P Agt Ohio for in about fares etc We Lead WitheNew Fall Carpets and i Matt Prices the Lowest Cor Main FRANKFORT and Lewis Streets j Franklin Institute Primary Intermediate Collegiate Department Monday September CASSIDAY Frankfort Kentucky o H SAFFELLS preparIed following draught guarantee alisolutelpure- viz Muscatel Port- Angelica Tokay Catawba Celebrated Bottling 212 ANN STREET NorthWestern for OshkoahEscanahia- Ishpeming Marquette Minneapolis unequaled everything information Cincinnati LinesThe Chautauqua Cincinnati formation ngs Female Sweet NA good m consumptives would bo oaredand the worst cases comforted and relieved by using Foleys Honey and Tar Suggest shouldILongmoor and W McKee Hardie New Past Tra- inColorado TO I UTAH ITHE PACIFIC JSllnl effect Sunday May The now t a m daily Tho trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily sorvlce- ThrouRh sleeping car service for SanFran Cisco tickets now on sale For further information call on or address- R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo f Shoulduse M7 H I it is f it in is of a YouNo1 labor is Lines lthlillgt its Sec pro v t 25 lOOlT am pm No 8pm Lv LouLsvlle 745 400 780cAr Shelbyville 910 528 861 Lnwrouccburg 955 024 9SS 1016 642 9M j IILexington 1045 710 lOOO Burgh 1055 725 Oeorgotwt1150 740 No4 am No5 No 6 am 111ArLexing ton 605 445 780 Versailles 625 512 753 648 b40 820 Shelbyvillo 7a 038 910 Louisville 840 7ro 1040 7r All trains run solid between Louisville andLexington Harrodsburg theSouthviaKnoxvllloarrivelegLexingtonBetween t5dStNo No 2 mArntiPrinceton 100 p in 145 am8t Louis 088 P m 782 a m No8 No1 LStrOWH 8U8 um imAr mHuntingburgll 645pmr 710 am No No mArHuntlngburg1025 p m libOpm No No Iv Evunsvillo 750 a p Ar Huntiuuburg 908 a m1115 p m Ar 1169 a p m betwoonLoulsdllo t i 4TrainsLouisvilloDay trains between Louisville and St Louia carry Onto Parlor Cars NI ht trains between Louisville and St Louis cnr Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars with buffet service For tickets and further information apply any agent Southern Railway IH R Spencer H Hardwick 0I1P Allen if i tItr iIoq peslt U RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL t 4 McCreadySector f inMorningA mEvening prayer at 780 p m Biblee7assat780pipubliciret MRrU a m and 780 p m h atIyoung men Young Peoples Society will meet chapelPrayermeeting even I n p m Seats free and all are cordially in Cited f t CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev ri preachatI f A five minutes talk will be made T to the children of the Sunday f school preceding the morning ser PonJonMorning subject Importunity in Prayer GodLaughsp Endeavor Society at 645 in the Chapel HelpersLeader WednesdayVTopic Our Great Deliverer l atiih lomed toaU these services and es pccially strangers in the city JCATHOLIC CHURCH The conductedbythe pastor Highmasstm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN tr OHUECH Eev J McClusky Blay ney DD the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m mIiChris i meets in the Sunday ichool room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ncr at 8oO The public cordially Invited METHODIST CCHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will 780pmSundayschool a m Epworth League meets in Ladles Parlor at 645 p m WednesdayrThe public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN jrtbe111 and 780 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m- Christian Endeavor Society meets At 6145 p m- Prayermeeting Wednesday even igat78pp m are cordially invited to at tend HOW BRIGHTS DISEASE STARTS Indigestion billiouBnees blood poisoned with urea and urio and which should nave been excretedf by the kidneys rheumatic pains in and irritation nerves joints causing of the kidneys thou pains over the small of the back marks lure approach of Brights Disease Do not delay taking Foleys Kid kidneys te r ifr J l4 =l lIRtJ vf J r I r rrslMSJSIrrIr rrsrr ss INSPECTIONYCOSTS NOTHINCxt Ij J Conuj dfii Wheri You Are Passing Our Store l t frj1 Novel mind jwKether you think you want to buy anything or not i f rjl You may be wrong we may have something we want extremely ft 5 r At any rate we always have something newearid interesting io j j Vr Show all inspection costs you nothing i j JvJi I MA SELBERT O r rlrr r IINMEMORIAM MRS UNETTA SUTTON CHILES was born iri Scott county two miles from Georgetown September 29th 1814 not quite eightyseven years chilIters and one son attained the average age of more than eightyfour years The last member of this re markable family Mrs Jonathan Morton of Liberty Missouri still survives at the age of eightyfour I doubt if many of us ever before knew of a family whose physical vigor and longevity exceeded this Mrs Chiles grew to womanhood in Scott but the family shortly after on the death of her father Col wm Sutton removed to Shel byville where November 10 1836 at the age of twentytwo she was married to Mr Walter Carr Chiles an honored citizen of Frankfort Ever since her home has been in our little hillgirt city For nearly sixtyfive years she has lived and wrought among our peo ple I suppose there are not a half dozen people now in our city who were here when she came We therefore mourn today one of our oldest neighbors one of our best and most respected and be loved residents Of Mrs Chiles nine children but two are living Mr Edward T Chiles of Philadelphia and Mrs S A Thomas of this city She is also survived by ten grandchildren five grandsons and five grand daughtersMrs religious life began in her early years and grew with her growth andstrengthened with her strength She was baptized when nine years of age by John T Johnson that famous evangelist of pioneer times and had her first membership in the old Berea Church five miles from George town Her connection with the Christian Church of Frankfort dates from her coming to our city to live She has always been a most intelligent believer in Christ and a most loyal adherent of his cause Her Christian faith was her constant solace and support during all the vicissitudes of her long and toilsome pilgrimage and her tri umph when the hour came Some twentyfour years ago by reason of a fall she became dis abled and in consequence has been confined to her house and almost to her room and chair ever since Her sufferings by reason of this unfortunate accident have been great though borne with unceas ing patience Twentyseven years ago her husband a worthy officer of the church for many years a successful merchant of our city a highminded man and an earnest Christian passed to his reward leaving her to bear alone the heavy responsibilities of life But how bravely how cheerfully and how success fully she has borne them all of us knowMrs OldIes was In many ways a wonderful woman She had great force of character and great independence of mind She formed her own judgments of persons and things and confidently relied onv r if ti II r rrrrrrrAthem She did her own thinking thoughtIout character And there was no deceit in her She would say noth ing behind your back that she would not say to your face She was the soul of frankness and honesty And while to some who did not know her well she may have seeined rather stern of spirit to those who knew her best she was the embodiment of love and ten derness Unselfishness was a prominent feature of her life She loved to do for others and always thought of herself last And a truer friend no one over had What boundless energy was hers and what unceasing industry And that too down to the very end her life She had no years of dotage or of second childhood and noth lastIor ever when I have called to see her during all these twentyfive years her hands were busy with some useful work- I think she went as she would have wished to go without any failing of her powers before she had become a helpless burden and her interest and satisfaction of liy ng had passed awayIIn a word she was a great woman and we shall not soon look upon her like again To me she was a loving confi dential friend and my heart mourns today with all these be leayed ones She lies In yonder casket beautIful in death but her ransomed spirit out of pain and out of prison now basks in the sun shine of Gods presence and has already we trust joined in glad reunion with the loved and lost God comfort the sprrowing son and daughter the grandchildren and all the kindred connections and friends who feel that earth is without her and to whom irroparableAnd may they find their comfort In the sure promises of God in which she trusted so long and so implicitly and specially in that pre cious promise which saysI heard a voice from heaven saying unto write blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from hence forth yea saith the Spirit that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow themG CHAPTER ELECTION The following were elected offi cers of Frankfort Chapter No8 Royal Arch Masons for the ensu ing year at the regular monthly convocation on Thursday evening Mason P Brown High Priest D W Lindsey jr King D L Holland Scribe Frank G Stagg Captain of Host John P Selbert Principal SOF journer L B Welsenburg Royal Arch Captain Oscar Wolf Master of 8d Veil W H Jones Master of 2d Veil Goo L Barnes Master of 1st Veil V A Kalfcenbrun Treasurer Geo A Lewis Secretary GrUBSchaefer Sentinel r 11 Reliable Jeweler Frankfort Kentucky i11 KyJE1h GROCERIES AND LIOUnRS LOWEStT PRICES JOHIBRISCOLLS1 I t 1RE IJJIA MrRlGAN INVESTMENT COMPANY j Incorporated 25O00OaESE S MO NT PAID COUPON HOLDERSj2OOQOO OQ fk Address all correspondence to I tHOME OFFICE vvv A J if J tLEXINGTON KYc CS f GOOD TFPTO FTTST CLASS AGENT I Hsj We g on ftcash ting you akil t you a Why Oar 1 prices goods r CASHAttractiveof the oars aflrsiiclass 41 k MASONIC TEMPLE kY JJrf or 1t 453 THE Home J yrFor Pan American Vlsltorsk Room Rates Reasonable Meals ala catt Direct car line to Exposition Grounds Fall FAIWriteTtk IW INCHESTFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS III a II tltllIRv41LfJlldflrIIRtInafatnpop having them take no other and you wW get tho beat thc1 that moncy CIo hQ ti ALL DEALER KEEP THEM 9 i 4 CARTRIDGES IN ALL OALIBERSfr- om 22 to 50 loaded with either Black or Smokeless Powder always give entire satisfaction are made and loaded in modern manner by exact machineryoperated by skilled experts THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD t ALWAYS ASK FOR THEM yLay r DEATHSI HAWKINS At the Kings Jiajtighters Hospital on Monday inqrningj Mr James B Hawkins sed 50 years Mr Hawkins was a genial holesouied yet retiring gentle mac who had a host of ll over the State He was a Jrve soldier in the Confederate mrmy yet tolerant for all who Differed from him For a long time he was Assist rVnl State Treasurer and faithfuly v performed his duties iu every itwilyz leaves two daughters iseed Lucille and Lena and a large circle of friends to mourn Kiii death The funeral took place on Tues a morning from the Chapel in remallislk the cemetery Henry Braydon Harris N C lays I took medicine 20 years s for asthma but one bottle of OneI Minute Cough Cure did me more it ood Khan any thing else during Mat time Best Cough Cure South Longmoor Co and W i jMcKee Hardie- XNTERESTING ITEMS FROM Y M C A Gymnasium classes begin Tu- esFQ day October 8 p m J y Mr R E Kline who conducted f the olttssvwofk last year will again iiaVe aiargeVj 4 c Glass evenings are Tuesdays gfiThursday and Saturdays j The gymnasium will be closed on r Wedhesday and Friday nights i cGymnasium apparatus is being npalred added to and otherwise Improved The bath rooms ihave been re painted and refloored A public entertainment will be alten once a month beginning the middle of October committee and music Committee will have charge of this elepPrtmeizt- The sqclal life generally will be lIl strong feature The reading room and library is being made more attractive and viieful than ever jf THe Debating Club win meet on Monday evenings beginning Oct iMtfr 816 i1 A course of practical talks and lectures is assured Get free tick f its at Association office 1 The religious work committees will meet for organization Friday veninK Sept 18 See later an 11olin en ont The Nuns Gospel Meetings open Sunday Sep 22 8 p m w Dr S D Gordon of Cleveland Ohio will give the first address Dr Gordon will spend the week rvjBept 2228 conducting a series of neetln Dr Gordon is an exceptionally trong speaker Twp Bible Classes for men will 7 S 1 taught by Rev M B Adams and the General Secretary ff lAn active members rally wll be fe held last week in September or firs pti October See 3 MADE BEAUTIFUL flBya ntw carpet and other 1m prpvements the interior of the Southern Presbyterian Church has peon made beautiful and is no- ton v of the prettiest audience rooms c phi the city v DO YOU SUFFER 3 with hot tired Bchtuj or perspiring foot If souse r Gays Antiseptic r Foot Powder It corrects uncomtortnblo conditioua iii nlid ranker tight shoes easy ifictjf J W GAYLE Druggist t Marksttiouse Cor Ann and Broadway 2H Jyi fjJ WI 1t MATRIMONIAL DOOLAN HODGES An nouncement has been made of the approaching marriage of Rev John W Doolan of Madison lad and Miss Elizabeth Todd Hodges of Louisville andeeloquent young Baptist preacher a recent graduate of the Southern Seminnrylnnd fluential body Miss Hodges is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr Jas A Hodges and wife formerly of this city Our hearty congratulations are extended LONGMOORELY = Am ounce ment is made of the approaching marriage of Mr W W Longmoor and Miss Ruth Ely which is to take place early in October Mr Longmoor is the manager of the Frankfort Telephone Co and is popular and handsome young man Miss Ely is the petite and pretty daughter of Dr J R Ely- Hearty congratulations are ex tended in advance HAMPTON WOIBHAYE In Louisville August BOth Mr W F Hampton and Mrs Laura Wolrhaye were married They were both from this city Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed SUPERINTENDENT MURPHY WINS NEW HONORS Newport Ky Feb 4llOt TreasuryWashington MurphySuperintendent U S Public Buildings has been in charge of our new U S Post office Building for sixteen 10 months and the splendid struc ture now about completed proves beyond question that he is a com petent practical and highly efficient Building Superintendent and faithful in the discharge of his duty to the government Captain Murphys high culture blame less character and uniform cour tesy has Avon for him the good will and esteem of our citizens Wa regard him as being well equippedby practical experience for the manifold duties of Build lug Superintendent and therefore cordially recommend that he be re tained in the service during Pres ident MoKinleys second administration We are with great re spout Very truly yours R W Nelson Mayor John H Meyer Postmaster W J Hiss m Assistant Postmaster Wm H Dyer Disbursing Agent Wm A Horton exMayor and two Bank mornthers of Council five Attorneys to County officials and over one hundred prominent citizens And to emphasize their good will the citizens and school chil dren of Newport have presented the Captain withn handsome gold watch chain and locket rOxford Ohio News February 15 1901 Capt Murphy isnow superintendent of the new Government bulding being erected at Carroll ton myIWis and spent hundreds of dol lars in toying to get it healed Two boxes of Banner Salve en Longmoor miss roargarot Ster Teacher of Piano Theory and Voice Studio 226 St Clair St Scholastic Year Begins Sept 91901 Ends June 20 1902 2tf All who patronize the Home Steam Laundry during September will have a chance to get their Shirts Collars and Cuffs laundried six months free Try us We give satisfaction We have both phones Up town office Corner Main St Clair St Laundry 104 Broadway 523t LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAIrlIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST HOUND INo2 milt Leave Lexington 225 pm 740 am Winchester 810 pm 825 a m L E Junction 822 m 887 a m Clay City 856pm918amI- I Stanton 406 p m 923 a m II Natural Bridge 485pm 951amI- I Torrent 449 p mlO08a m Beattyville Junction 511 pmlO29a m Arrive Jackson 615 p mlloo a m WK8TJ3OUND Ex Sanao il Leave Jackson 625am225pmBeattyville Junction 726 a m 926 p m Torrent 747 am 847 pm Natural Bridge 801 am 401 pm Stanton 828 am 400pmIClay 8 am p m L E Junction010 am 508 pm winchester 929am520pm- Arrive Lexington 1010 a nu 603 p m Nos and 8 make connections at L E JunoI tlon with the Chesapeake Ohio R R for Mt Sterling and Ashland JK BARR General Manager CHAS SCOTT G P A T R MORGAN 8 P A Geo W Lane Pewamo Mich DyspepsiaCure gestion and stomach trouble that I ever used For years I suffered from Dyspepsia at times com pelling me to stay in bed and causing me untold agony I am completely cured by Kodol Dys pepsia Cure In recommending it to friends who suffer from in digestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails Thus far I have never paid U South Longmoor Co and W MoKee Hardie Public Sale of Jersey Cows dairybusiness TUESDAY SEPT 10th At 1015 am sell at public sale at farm four and onehalf miles from Frankfort near Jetts Station on Frankfort and Yenailled turnpike my entire herd of milk cows and highlr8deJerset8ham fn milk 1 Holstein due to calve in October 4 high grade Jersey heifers The ten Jersey cows and two of the heifers are safe my pure St Lambert bull King Pogis whose dam King- LuoyPogismade a record of lbs8 oz of batter in seven days when 8 years old and sold June tor Will also sell milk wagons cans bottle etc Terms of sale Less 2000 cash larger sums six months wiahout interest Buyer to give a good negotiable note payable at Farmers of Frankfort will arrive in time for sale from both Frankfort and Lext gton G HJETT B B PEAK Auctioneer Aug at InC Otd KoR1uck0 Homo Minutes Walk of PanAmerican Exposition Send for map of Buffalo and rate R 8 HAMBLETON Delaware Ave Formerly of this old town 4312to LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which b Ouallty and Flavor Are TO ANY BEER MADE LANDnCALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF AI Kentueky Industry- D ROBINSON Frankfort Afrt Local Phone 284 Sept 2ly tMany phyaioinug are now pre scribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly having found that it is the best prescription they can write because it is the one prepar ation which contains the elements necessary to digest not only some kinds of food hut nil kinds and it therefore cures indigestion and dyspepsia no matter its cause South LOl1 moor 1 Co and W McKee Hardie V j TlieHouse TVitli a I Reputation For Honest Dealing J t I t ri j O1 t I t i Softool HIBQQksIWe city schools this session Bring your old to us for exchange ilthe And of course we have the largest line of School Suppliess I School Shoes I School Clothing cityI have been the lowest McCluresson 212214 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky PjYIOUTIIAIID PITTSRURll COALS I l J I am receivingand unloading now 75000 bushels of t mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg 90a1of n the best quality Leave your orders whIle it IS rK j and clean and they shall have my personal attentIOn i Hoge Coal and Feed Company W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No 7r jHg r u s rtisrifIIIDTAYIOk WHISKEYOf BOTTLED IN BONO JEST W Alt MVERAQB IS MATURE TB PIOOfrANDAS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COW OF THE REALM SIOWTUM APPEARf REPRESENTSIS DISTSCT IT E H TAYLOR JR ft SONS DISTILLKItS INCORroru TED FRANKFORT KY jiii i TJLl f k- UAR zS Iris SEE IC 41t i J jIIOWaEr Ir JJi iWt 01ACTIVITY t8fExposition 1an ecorntorI Xt exposition buildings rui the central group con Second Cincinnati 111Festival are just now a scene pMife and animation in every de gartment A hundred or more i carpenters are fitting up booths ldtstands and arrnn ing for thC elaborate displays represeiitiitives from the great machhe tools con tl ogrhs are busy laying out the looa ion for their cooperation exhibit ta Nbrth Hallwhioh by the way wlllbe thegrgatest of its kind Fever seen outhern Railrbad t Companys material for tbeir dis i play is just being received They representatives of this road will Itr have a very fine displayhiking t the space I Ol 3vttS InslJye r 00 d b Filipino7 relict ex KKSaL w being laid on- tle The1snorcwte formerly occupied by l the Technical school in the North wing this immense department will be devoted principally to the ILGoverraeut display and is to be finished this week 3 Iii the Exposition departments more space is allotted now three c elIsbef ore the Festi1a tb1P wastaken last year h ente des tival opened I Apumber of outside on ct the sl e hi1JilDport fcncciof this years Fall Festival rei taking space and arranging fo splendid displays The Expo stjon department of the Second Fall Festival which opens Septem ber 16th and closes September 28th w ti be m j reelaboIae and 1 comprenebflrve f r great Industrial F psi oDUo- if the 80s Sid Darling 1012 Howard street j Port Huron Mich writes I laxare Risersarefar4Hebestpillslhaye Y ever used They never gripe SOl th Longmoor Co and W S McKee Hardie r lj1 ED SECRETARY= U tt j 4 Rev Fd McCpnnelljOf Lynch burg Va has been elected Cor lt BaptistiSouthern Baptist Convention the vacancy caused by they death of the Ilamented Dr F H y1erfoot if ITtIJsSh eriff B fSbtergive notice in our paper of today that he J Wishes all taxes paid quickly so J4 that he may not have to sell the property of tax payers LOW RATES TO INDUNAPO t ILIS IND I 00 F 1 The Frankfort Cincinnati 1r will sell round trip tickets to Indianapolis Ind and return at one fare for the round t September 18th to 16th inclusive good returning until September 21 or until October 7th on lent of fifty cents and deposit of eitickets Account of Sovereign Lodge I 00 F meeting J R NEWTON ti2 f General Passenger Agent f60td r ift Wa iag Willow Fvr hrs sad ClainIWe hi ay llkawylth PorierfwIN iba htNIIH oat fakt fnov f r atkd hr itbs wlptd rgWkly n NaNr i jLOtJISVILLE PI1 rLexingtonSunday with her parent in this vicinity Miss Kate is oVfo of our best friends and we ark always glad to see her when sl comes down T Miss May me Crutcher wont out the Versailles pike drivi g Sun day afternoon Miss Laura Hall spent Saturday night and Sunday with he sister MissTownse ridgeport Mr W H Hawkins Sunda after noon il j Ifall Deports are true ie will unityinDont fail to ask Mr BIn tburn Hawkins what became of Ills new shoes milyhtlyonovedrto on Mrs W H Parrent and little pontiThursdny fortWe are sorry to Min OJa Hawk ns not much bette but sincerely hope she soon will e nkfoVicinity 1 Mrs Julia Miller and SOlof Qoviagton and Miss Mary tit tingjatplies toa cut bruise burn e salcL liiythein less time than any other ti ot ment Unless the injury is ery severe it will not leave a s ar Pain Bam al5 ours rheumati im n ssa For sflebyjTVGnylo1aJdS th T BENSON VALLEY Rev Thos Lennox will holt a meeting a Choateville Saturd y l3dclook pr m for theesjer cial befit of the church office He will also preach Sunday mo n ing at the usual hour 11 a m 11ilymade a i t to the Fraflkfdrt Cemetery lust Sunday afternoo Miss Mattie Conway of FranK fort visited friends on Benson Sap urday and Sunday We wish to compliment Mr Nevill Collins aqd Mr Iron Clipper for the grand improvements crossingBig thebridJit is avery neat piece of Work There are but few people who are able to accomplish such a piece of work as this Mr Sciantliug of Trankfort called on Miss Sarah Sudduth Wednesday evening accompaniedbyher parents last Sunday who live at Harvieland Miss Annie Smith says there is no other soap that can fill the place of the Lennox and that she uses it altogether Now we wonder what motive she has in using so much Lennox soap It is made wil1lsurenot carefuliLILY OF THE VALLEY ll fNHottsew hard worllWthottt CotdDust dry41J N4esM tlIalPMWi sprai1srswellin By Special Hequest Dr Goldstein Will Return Sept 7 anti can be con suIted at the Capital Hotel During His Stay Here expErionreIis enabled to relieve those portions hav lug any ailment of the eyes causing pain and Imperfect sight Tho Doctor will ex amino eyes and fit them with per foot glasses In all oases of imperfeot vision and headache caused thereby a perfect spec tacle will give relief To eyes tired weak painful dimmed or blurred they offer n strengthening rest and refreshment In other words remove tho cause of the difficulty end the eyes will have their original brightnens beauty and health It requires professional guidance oven when the best article is offered as eyes are frequently dissimilar and many require compound louses The Pebble Lenses 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 fact that they are accurately ground To fully appreciate the importance of us ing the spectacles with perfect lenses it is but necopsary to state the fact that of the lenses used in spectacles all beta very small cent are NOT GROUND but- merely moulded or pressed into fdrm and are very injurious to the eyes We distinguish between faults of aoco modation and refraction The latter is in herent in the form of the eyo the former belong to the performance of its function Both are frequently mingled in tho same case but each can be distinguished from tho other Errors in the form of the eye areas follows Its axis is too short XHy peropia its axis is too long Myopy its curves are are not symmetrical or the composition of its refractive media is not uniform Astigmatism The last mentoined error may be com blued with either of the two preceding Many persons use glasses of too great a refractive poweror too strong a magnify ing power supposing they see better or to economize that they may not hold the typo so far 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 Crystalide Lease and you will have to change for still stronger Lenses in rapid succession and loco the power of accommodation or lose the power 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 Dr Goldstein knowing how ignorant the average person is of the laws of net are and permanent injuries reuniting therefrom and the ofttimes good results growipg put of reminding people of they already know d s benefit them as well as himself Room 55 and Parlors Capital Hotel Homo Office 847 Fourth street Resi dence 620 West yt Aug 19lf IT SAVED HIS BABY My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors as sistance and as a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Chol saysMrgaveimmediate cure For sale by J W Gayle And South Longmoor FREE NE WCURE ECZEMA and sxin eruptions RemioKs Eczema Care and Remicks Pep sin Blood Tonic have never been yet failed to cure Free trial Havana Medicine Co 1124 Locust street St Louis Mo For sale by South Longmoor Co 88ly Ulcers open or obstinate sores byBannermedicine in the world South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie 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 region in which this rendyforNorthWestern Ry Copy will be mailed to any address upon re ceipt of twocent stamp by VB Kniskern 22 Fifth Avenue Chi cago FOR SALE A farm of about 200 acres for sale wnteredthirtyPossession given the first of January For terms apply to MRS MOLLIE E 07 Steele St1 Frankfort Ky 48tf iiiiii rt1trX h 1tr1ass tlYra4 ONE NIGHT OUT IBUFFALO New Orleans to IIAND NIAGARA FALLS Dally Train Service IIDouble Through VIA Pullman THE Sleepers QUEEN aCRESCENT ROUTEA- ND CONNECTING LINES Through Sleeper daily without change leaves 730 pm Lye NEW ORLEANS 9 lOam 7 Lye JlntKIHGIIAX 6 S NIILye OHATTAHOOOA 10 iOpM 10 Arriving BUFFALO Big 4 Koute and Lake Shore t next day at 730pm 10 NewOrleansat to RoeCbeklneofnacrsKeetcaaubTsdbyaddress and 35TH DISTRIBUTION Tfle Lexington Real Estate ana Say llsEfJ JULY OUR GROWTH j Amounts Paid CerMflcto Holders to September1895 681 80 February v 557227i 1669 44 sot November 5024 11 1900 7710HffJanuaryI 74 July March 1899 19 April 79 September 10310 55 May i899 88 June 79 November 115661 26614 89 December 12088B f 18P9 8083116 January 1901126417ySeptember 169938613 96 February 86691 22 March1901 November 65 1901 140797 t 1JanuaryOFFICERS li Jno Riley President Geo Denny VicePresident O Secretary J A Treas P Parrish Cashier DOES PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and right but you want something that relieve and cure the most severe and danger ous results of throat and Jung troubles tt hat you do to a and more regular climate Yes if possible not possible for you then in either take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in civil countries with success in severest throat and lung troubles Boscheos German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the to d3stroy the germ dis but allays inflammation- causes expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try bottle Recom druggistsAlmanac Longmoor Have you a sense of fullness in the region of your stomach after eating Ifso you bone fited by using Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets They cure belching and sour stom ach They regulate the bowels 25 cents Sold J W Gayle and South Longmoor FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Is a pure medicine and jn concentrated form recognized the most skill of the medical profession as1 the most effective agents the euro of kidney and bladder eases South Longmo6randi Wv Hardie k u j f t t r nooga other points South to Cincln Close connection Cincinnati all lines Buffalo other North s Race f J WOmNEARSON 4f i 26 1901 1900 October 1898 March 1900 60982 1898 April v 68142 t February 1899 10 11768 1900 90946 7 14788 August 1900 97254 ftfl 1899 17610 1900 20642 October 1900 30911602 1899 24282 1900 8r July 1900 August Ootobor 180622 1899 i vm J H Callaha Edge W IT colds is all will shall Go warmer if case all ized tissues ease easy one Prize Co 421y will be Liver also too Price by con tains rem edies by ful dis McKee and nati with and points 1899 40869 BY LAND AND SEA li10 to Maokinao and Norther WednesdayAugust r i will SU tickets from Louisville t tMaokinac Petoskey Bay Vie- and Charlevoix and return at x 1t sumptuousThe steamer sails Thuurida morning August 15thatoclock Tickets good return t15 days Meals alaoarte a1 tlOcation y r 150 early application should i made for accommodations Ful t s thor particulars furnished i DHtriotRoute Louisville Ky WHY TAKE ANY CHANCED with Bome new and untrilmedicine for such serious troubl as diarrhoea cramps dysoutei when you should Know llliUDJ tmf over half a century Pain Kil o has cured of oases Lo tout for imitations there is on genuine Perry Dade M lone THE WORLD IN DAR NESS 1y as to the cause of their startlbody rind mind backache h ache and rheumatic pains wo t LongmoaViand i F t iI t c t I 3i z 11ROUNDABOUT EXTRA t president Assassinated i t IUj ePan= American Exposition at Buffalo New r fi fr York Yesterday Afternoon ljr h f Buffalo N Y Set 6rjvi President William McKinley was shot twice by an assassin once lin the chest and once in the ab 1Sthe1 this city this afternoon and is nows j lying in a critical condition in the hospital upon the Exposition F grounds His wounds are considered j1I fatal t by the name of Fred JNeiman a Pole rr Approached the President as if to shake hands hav ng a pistol concealed in his hand under a handkerchief and when the President put out his band shot him twice Mr McKinley calmly bowed to a detect and walked to a chair The latent bulletins state that the President will blive 0 It ii Arrjl t C r t iff j t