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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 4CEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IVOL XXYIItFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 16 1904N01r n 1915 Whole Stock lzBROGAN WE have again a stock of our Red Kip Ties which we sell at 150Te be Hove this is the only store in Central Kentucky which handles a whole stork brown at any pritoT know it is they only pile at which you can buy a gen forrf it 150t f i j R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIRST FKAJCKFOIIT KY RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT rTho bar of Franklin county held raha meeting on Monday and adopted the following resolutions of respect to the memory of Judge Ly sunder Hord Srt 1Vher ns The Frankfort Bar with profound re gret of the death of Judge Lysander lord andIr Whereas A meeting has been t called of the members of the IFrankfort Bear to take suitable tj action in regard to his death F therefore be it- t Resolved That in the death of Judge HorH tIlE Gill has lust ttits oldest member and Fruiik ono of its must distinguish l t4 ed citizens He believed that the law was the perfection ol human reason and that its practice was the noblest ornIl professions Ho never encour I aged ut always discouraged and whenever possible compromised lJitigation and never prosecuted a case that he li1not believe was just As air advocate he was table and earnest and made Ins clients cause his own Always neat in his personal 1 i Appearanco and dignified but modest in his bearing ho was courteous and obligin nod his kindiiess of heart uiiiild be n ad invkis features t Ho was temperate in nil tiling was pure in heart and mind and rightly believed that by being so he would leachIi f 4ripe age and add to the usefulness of his life Coming front Mason con n Lv to Frankfurt in 1SIJ5 as a stuI dent in the law office of Gov t Chas S Morehead his ability soon attracted the attention of 7i the people of Franklin county and they called him to the of fice of County Judge which he held two terms with great honor to himself and perfect satisfac tion to the people t Seeing the necessity for Fed I- J I nl J JP eral aid for the improvement of the Kentucky River which had been abandoned by the State he became a member of State Legislature for two terms and succeeded in passing the billwhich ceded to the Federal Government the right to im prove that magnificent stream The eleven beautiful locks and dams upon the Kentucky river are monuments to his states unship and zealand he will be known and regarded in the ages yet to come as the father dot Federal river improvement in Kentucky Now that he has passeln peacefully awry richly loaded with so many years and houoiv we commend the example of his life and character to all members of the profession which he did so much 10 honor stud especialy to the youth of beloved StateIlJi Resolved That a copy of th so resolutions suitably trunscril ediMil framed bo presented to his family and placid upon the records of the Franklin Circuit Court that the Circuit Court adjourn for the day lead that the Bar attend his funeral in a body- T L EDKIEX J A SCOTT J A D 1V Llxoslv Chn GUY II BimuiS Secy YOU CAN O1 CHAXOB Tho couiKc of a storm by tearing down tho signals that give warn lug of its approach Neither can you miro a cold by temporarily opiumIadonfnHtliclllfl opium7IIIosBecause it allays the in lamination and rids you of time mucus that stops up the air passages Annual Linen Sale January llth to 18th F J Heeney 111 DELIGHTFUL LECTPRI was 0111 good fortune to hear Miss Tumults lecture before the onI1londlaypresentation of the needs of our cities and if it could havo been heard by those who have charge of our municipal affairs ought certairly to have stirred theta to at least some effort in behalf of decency and cleanli ness in our municipalities Miss Tarrnnt is an elegant and cultivated little lady und presents her views with clearness and purity of diction and force of sound reasoning The Womans Club of this city is bestirring itself in its endeavors to have municipal reform in many ways but more especially in regard to the cleanliness and they are to bo congratulated upon having thu able assistance of so forceful a speaker as Miss Tarrant REV CARLISLE P B MARTIX L D ILWaverly Texas writes Of a morning whoa flrst rising I often find a troublesome collection of phlegm which produces u cough und is very hard to dislodge hut a small quantity of Mallards Hore dislodgeitof no medicine that is equal to it and it is so pleasant to take I ruin most cordially recommend it to all portions needing a medicine for throat or limy troubles Price rc fiOc 100 bottle at Paul B Weitels Annual Linen Sale Janu ary llth to 18th F J Heeney THIRD FlUE IX PRISON ISIA fJE The stables belonging to the Kentucky Penitentiary located at the rear of the Wardens House on Moro street was found to bo on fire for the third time at iii p m on Tuesday night The department responded promptly and after a fight lasting some two hours succeeded in subduing the flames Owing to the largo amount of haled hay in the building it was a hard fire to fight Tho horses and mules wero removed without loss Time total loss amounted to sev oral hundred dollars Impossible to foresee an aeoidtmt Xot impossible to be prepared for it Dr Thomas Electric Oil Monarch over vale Annual Linen Sale Janu a1y11th to 18th F J Heeney OFFI UE RS FRANK FORt LODGE NO 28 O O F Tho following gentlemen wore eloeted and installed us out curs for Frankfurt Lodge No 2S I O O F oil Tuesday night GIEnyeno Wolf Secretary W II JulTrius Treasurer C A Wallace Host IHSLOAlED HEn SH O lTL K R Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Fer dlstlljiHldsurgeon ant It back in place as soon as possible but it was quite sore and pained her very much Her son mentioned that he laid seen Chamberlains Pain Balm adver tised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to tiny tier a bottle lof if which he did It quickly re liovtd her maul enabled her to sleep winch she had not done for suvtrul tars Tho sou was so much pleased with the relief it guava his mother that he has since recommended It to many others For sale by all druggits NEW ELKS GOVERNORS Frankfort Lodge No fflO 11 P O Elks elected time following gover nors for the tow turns A J Lynch Jas H Polsgrove Chas Stevens Win Pruott Graham and H V Me Ch osn 0Ii = MONDATJAN 11 1 WE WILL BEGIN OURBIG 1MNONAND t I i 1eirie1i1CONSISTING 11 iI I REMNANTSSHORT LENGTHS SOILED ENDS of Black a nd Colored SILKS WOOL DEESS GOODSIFLANNELETTES SH OUTINGS COTTONS GINGHAMS WHITE 6009Sj 14CALICOES1ii fl I EMBROIDERIES II x t I AND LACES 1 Also a lot of CHILDRENS HOSIERYssingl pairs of LACE CURTAINS Belts and a lot of Pillow Shams and Table Covers slightly damaged all of which we will sell at a great reduction Truly we have a foasu of bar rains prepared for you Dontzput off till the last r the week but COME tfARLY a d get the choice bargains a KA oIuIiioyNo 41 ST CLAIR STREET AT BRIDGE I t Jl IIIM iti i PERSONAL Mr n L Kennedy was in Louisville Monda Geo W Chinn is visiting Ffriends in Covington Mr W Price Williams of Irvine was in the city this week lodge R IJStout of Versailles was iii the city on Tuesday Mrs W P Conway is visiting friends in Washington City Hon R W Nelson of Newport wits in the city on Tuesday Miss Lizzie Jacobs has returned from a visit to friends in Midway Miss Eleanor Cannon of Mid way visited relatives here this weekMr Dan E OSullivan the witty writer of Louisville was hero this week Mr Z J Montgomery of the Frankfort Shoe Co is in Boston W W Loujjmoor returned from St Louis on Tuesday nightMiss Lizette Dixon is the guest of Mrs John W Hodman Todd s street i Hon C M Clay Jr wife and two sons were visitors here on- TuesdayMr j Gran Graham of Coving ton spent Sunday with his in- this oity Miss Clara Haldeman of Louis guest of Mrs Sam kShackelfordMiss Josephine Kavanaugh has returned from a visit to friends in Georgetown Editor John B Drydon Sr of the Evening Call went to Cincin nati yesterday f Mis Edgar E Hume and daugh ter Miss Eleanor left Tuesday for New York City Miss Henrietta Blackburn was the guest of Mrs J M VanDer veer thia week Mrs R A Booe of Kingman Ind visited list sister Mrs C E Booe this week t Mr W H Kidd wife and daui h ter Elise visited relatives in Win t chester this week Mr Jos J Bullock of Lexing ton is the guest of Miss Eliza 1Overton South Side r Mr Speed Guffy of Morgantown II is the guest of his father Repre sentative B L D Gufly fi Mrs David P Davis who has visiting relatives in Shelby has returned home 1been D McHenry and daughter Susie have from a to Louisville friends Jennie T Cardwell of Lou t isville is spending the winter with her sister S B Holmes Mr Geo H Watson President of the Geo T Stagg Co has re turned from a visit to Indiana Dr Nevill M Garrett was the guest of his cousin Dr W B Mc Clure in Lexington this week Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Mary Jett left Tuesday for Palm Bench Fla to be gone several months Mr Robert M Bergman of Ir vine wits the guest of his father inlaw Capt L T West this week Mrs A J Kimm and son will return next Tuesday from a visit to her parents in Evansville Ind Miss Agnes Brown of Louisville was the guest of Miss Nannie Ham mond Taylor Avenue this week rMrs J T Arnold and wife who been visiting relatives in Owen county have returned home Mr Morton K Yonts of Padu- cah was the guest of his fatlwr- Injaw Judge T H Payntor this Jas W runes and Fife of Ind visited his mother Mrs H B Innes this weekLieut Win P Banta Assistant Surgeon U S Army loft Thurs lily for his station at Sun Antonio Texas Mrs B L D Gutsy wife of Rep resentative Unify of Butler coun Capitalhis with her husband Lieut Gov ernor W P I homo at the Capital Hotel Mrs Nellie S Cox of Houston Texas is the guest of her nieoe Mrs South Trimble at the Forks of l Elkhorn t Mr Lysander HOld Jr of Illi nois was summoned hero by till death of his father ledge Lysander Hord Sr Mrs Mary Y B Scott and daugh tel Miss Mary Mason left Thurs day for a visit to relatives in Chi cago Ills Mrs John G Rogers who has been visiting her sister Mrs C L Graham In Georgetown returned home Saturday night Mrs Sam D Johnson entertained on Tuesday afternoon from 3 until 5 oclock in honor of Miss Tarrant of Louisville A delicious lunch 4y ti t was served and a good crowd was present notwithstanding the horrible weather Mrs Hannah Mardin of St Louis Mo was called hero by the illness and death of her fattier Judge Lysander Hord Mrs Hawthorne Hill of Brook lyn N Y is the guest of her parents Or NT Saw ier and wife St flair street this week Mrs Wm P Banta left Thurs day for Now York OIh and front thence will join her husband Dr W P Banta at San Antonio Tuxes nlT N Ison and wife of Pols CIOO have copra to the city to reside and have taken rooms with County Attorney Jas T Buford No HI Kentucky Avenue West Side IDl John P Stewart leaves for San Francisco Cal next Thursday in the interest of the Stewart Home This institution Js growing in importance every year Mrs Geo B Harper entertained at her handsome home on the cor ner of Third and Conway on Tues day evening in honor of her friend Miss Elsie Crocker of Illinois It was an elegant and dainty affair Mrs Frank H Johnson enter tained delightfully on Monday evening at her home on Shelby street in honor of Miss Tarrant of Louisville A large number of the members of the Womans Club were present not withstanding the awful weather A dainty and delightful lunch was served Miss Nan Hammond gave a very beautiful reception last Tuesday afternoon to meet Miss Agnes Brown of Louisville Delightful refreshments were served and all present spent a delightful after noon Those present were the fol lowing Misses Bertha Scott Virginia Nunn Pattie Thomas Eliza Newton Maria Dupuy Marie Wil kins Florrie Rodman Lucy Rod man Bessie Franklin Agnes Hub hard Annie Hubbard Clara Scott Helen ORear Agnes Brown and Ailene Crossthwait CAPITOL APPROPRIATION The bill to provide for a new cap itol building was advanced to its second reading yesterday and will thus be ready for its third reading and passage on Monday Push it along NO PITY SHOWN IFor years fate was after me con tinuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena AlaII I had a terrible lease of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for- Burns and all aches and pains Only 25u at all drug stores THE TWO NATIONAL CONVENTIONS The Democratic National Com mittee met in Washington City this week and selected St Louis Mo as the place and July 6th as the time for holding the Convention to nominate candidates fur President and Vice President The Republican National Committee have selected Chicago Ill as the place and June 21 the longest day of the year as the date for holding their convention to per form a like service Now let the bands strike up and the processions move on tins oqi Onaniajo auo poolq etn t ymjdtudg Viaaeay za WearsIYour Sooons Forks etc will be per f fection In durability beauty of design and brilliancy of finish if theyare selected from pat terns stamped 1847 Rogers Bros Remember 1847take no sub RORersbmerit and value identified with the original and genuine bylutenutlonoi uecesor gwMBKiuuN Co jJ Sold by leading dealers everywhere FOR SALE BY HI R SELBERT Leading Jeweler JiJ St zht THE NEW DOMINION With Clay Clement and all Star Cast The New Dominion is a de lightful American love story pure in tone elevating in character and charming in its simplicity There is no gushing sentimentality in it the incidents all breathe an air of purity and refinement The story is like the building and gradual unfolding of a beautiful flower in a pure atmosphere at times exhil arated by rays of sunshine at others shrouded in temporary gloom or chilled by passing show ers It will be given one perform ance at the Capital Theatre on Monday Jan 25 and it will be the last opportunity of witnessing this delightful romantic comedy as it is the farewell tour of Mr Clay Clem ent in The New Dominion MORPHINE A Wonderful Discovery That Cures OpiumCocaine Habits Trial Treatment Sent Free It is no fault of the ordinary practicing pli lir ran that they are not able to cure the awful curse of drug habit A great many able physicians are a victim to this ter ordiuarydiseaseany ordinary drugs or methods of treatment It has remained for us to perfect a wonderful treatment that will cure any case of drug addiction known It matters not how or when you got the habit or how much drug you are using we guarantee an absolute cure without pain or detention from business Do ypu want to be cured If so write us today for free trial treat ment Strictly confidential correspondence from all especially physicians solicited Addross Manhattan Therapeutic Associa tion Dept B 1185 Broadway New York CityLETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the weekend ing Saturday Jan 16 1904 Angus John G Arnold Chas Bowrne Mis Maud Burton Mont Baker Emmu Bargy William Brown Miss AliceICook Worth Cornelius Wesley- Cunningham Daisy Dearth H The Frankfort Co Great house Herman Buoy Cordio Love Julie Luke John 2 Miller Mrs Sarah Newkirk Kate Neill John Iaulus Charles F Shiuter Peter Tracy Louis Turner Bossy Thornton Mrs Laura Tim bilker Mr Williams Mrs Jennie Wedding J R Wize Gnulll- Pnlsons calling for tho above lot tors will please say advertised E M DRANK P AL Tho nicest and plcasantest med icine J have used for indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains IablotssaysMalays Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant elfeot For sale by all drug gists 1 rItI c =ANNOUNCEMENTS Central R R IIllinois TO HAVANA Central R R to New the weekly Southern Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 tnIarrivingonewaythroughrates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba givh1g- all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central R R Send for a oopyIfornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices Of Raymond Whitcomb will leavo Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Fri day March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining oar service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago MARDI GRAS This occurs at New Orleans on February Ifi 1904 For it excursion he in effect to New Or yourlocaladvise youINEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double dully service and fast stoamhouted vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars buftetlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican 5u f Coast has 250 rooms single or on suite with or without bath StoRm heat electric light hot and telephoneIphis and the Illinois Centrals last morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on soma train en route at Memphis into through sleeping oar to Gulfport for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Smivice via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure FULL rosortsI Concerning all of the above Cull bo hud of agents of the Illinois Contra or bv addressing the nearest of the undersigned of the Central F W HARLOW rcpresentlLtivesI A J McDOUGALL New Orleans ChicagoJNO A H HANSON G P A Memphis Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin diseases 1r HI HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR MIND WHERE YOU WANT TOGO r U How about the West or Southwest IF TO THE WEST OR SOUTH WEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE You cant get better j service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST The only line that does it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Get the Henderson Route habit ROUNDTRIP HOME SE EK ERS AND ONEWAY COLONIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH Ask us for rates and ask us flirtrGEO VGARRETT Tray Passgr Agt L J IRWIN 1siGoril PassgrAgtls- Louisville r Ky THIS IS Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal tiI HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1O0it d 1 REVENUE UEliOHlIrSOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL issues the best Almanac published Send 35 cents for a copy by mail COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- ROUNDABOUT and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions umlor this combination offer must be sent through the Rounda bout ollice f itjdf c AT OOSTry L 1 4 rt FINE STOCK OFOUR= = = = = = 11 rr v Cloaks Skirts Dolls Christmas Boxes Toys i REDUCTIONI 00THOUSANDS SAVED BY OR KINGS NEW DISCOVERy positivelyBronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La GrIppe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50cl 4Trial bottle free f18Jv d NOTHING OVERLOOKED All Phases of Kentucky Educa tional Life to Have Part- E Chairman E H Mark Preparing to Show at the Worlds Fair the Pro gresl of the Schools From 1793 to Educatorsof andteasystem was inaugurated in the Transylvania University at Lexing ton Thirtysix years lRt T tho nnwi school syste nAbegan It is the pur pose of Prof E Hr Mark tho super intendent of the schools of Louisville who the Kentucky exhibit ASSOCIU tion was fortunate enough to get as chairman of its EducationaUCommlt tee to show every phase of educa tional life from 1793 to 1904 at the Exposition in StLQuISiTo those ac quainted with Ppdt Mark and his wonderful energy and resource this announcement means that the exhibit of educational affairs from Kentucky t expectedLleading educators of the State and has enlisted their support All th different classifications will be giver the prominence to which they are en titled The collegiate the high school the training school the kin 7 dergarten the normal and the buss ness courses are of course included Especially designed cabinets for dis playing drawings portfolio work + etc will be provided for the differ ent schools A sample of this cabi net with the base In which written work is to be shown Is now at head- quartersJ for the inspection of any educatorsThe authorities are very anxious to have an excellent exhibit of the blind and deaf and dumb stitutions of Kentucky Dr B B Hunton of the Blind Institute of Louisville has been Invited by Prof Howard J Rogers the chief of the department at the Worlds Fair to send two of his best pupils a boy and a girl to St Louis for the entire ex position period suggesting that they matriculate in Greens School for the Blind In St Louis and appear in the Educational Building dally with the to he sent from Dr Greens 1classes One of the features of the Educational Building will be a large pipe organ and Dr Rogers invites one of Dr Huntoons blind pupils to perform on this organ Dr Huntoon has also been asked to 1make a display of the Brallla System tof blind printing The New York Point System Is to bo shown and as the exposition may be reckoned as n 1 pplace for te survival of the fittest between these conflicting printing systems It Is the hope of the associa tion that Dr Huntoon will consent Dr Rogers Is also very desirous of having a class from the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville He has promised the association that every thing of an Ingenious nature turned out by these blind and deaf and dumb bo st aped wh the word teaKentucky thereon and sold as souvenirs at the exposition l RELIGIOUS ASCENSION BPI S CO PAL CHURCH Kev A B Chinn Rector Sunday Jan 17 1904 11 a m Morning Prnyor followed b sermonAt There will be a special Childrens Service with reference to Missions The congregations of other atISundayschool at 080 a m Wednesday evening at 780 Evening Prayer and Lecture At 780 Friday evening Lecture essQnInEverybody cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Re M B Adams the Pastor will preach at 11 am and 780 p m in the courthouse Sundayschool at 945 a m in the courthouse Home Department and Bible ClassTaught by Mr S E Hut Adults and joinPrayermeeting Thursday evening at 780 oclock in the Sun dayschool room of the First Presbyterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George DarsJe the Pastor will preach all a m and 780 p m venlnlt subject II Some Kentucky PioneersAlexander Camp the Great Sundayschool LeaderIchapel Christian atchapelLeader TopicII How May I Overcome Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel PrayerIhoTunior will moot in the chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend those sorvioesand especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a In High Mass at 10 n m Vipers at 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN McOhuskyBlayney grace at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at flir a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m The public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent the Pastor will preach at 11n m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 880 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the Pastor will preach at lln m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples society at 080 Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 Everybody invited to attend FOR RENT House stable big garden oistern and store One of the best busi ness points around rwo miles from oit at tho intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 80tf jr1 d fJ iIirl Stomach Troubles curedDYJPEPJIACURE Under all curaNeoonditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Hilliard cured by Kodol Pa was cured of V mach of Chronic if Jhlch Dyspepsia by haa effected the use of his heart Kodol For sale by J W Gayle drug gist For n bad taste in the mouth take Stomisure suit by nil druggists CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con consumptionis patienttooproper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup nglisland debilitating night threat Restless nights und the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of Mm consumptive can takiugGernnunlarly Should you be able to go ton warmer clinic you will find that consumptivesthere anti regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle Hoj Iogular sire fie A tall drug gists yr All druggists guarantee every bot tle of Chamberlains Cough lU m edy and will refund the money to any ono who is not satisfied aftnr using twothirds of the contents worldIant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Sold by till dl tI gistsj GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springs well in the yard about 15 acres of woodland brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostet ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office t i Lk I 6l j IPleasant to inkpc 31 r Laxative Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR XMASPRLSLNTS AT T- HEMORRIS JEWELRY COMPANY STORE Watches Clocks Silverware Link Buttons Collar Buttons Studs lobs Chains Rings Brooches Bracelets Lockets Wrist Bags Fancy China HricaBrai1 Opera Masses Ebony Novelties Silver Novelties Conchs and Brushes Fancy Mirrors Musical Instruments We can supply your wants and save you from 25 to 35 per cent Cheaper than any house in the city Do not wait until stock is Broken so onto now and price our goods You will save money nt the MORRIS JEWELRY CO COR MAIN F ST CLAIR FRANKFORT KY jfJ FP Sall goods warranted as represented Tea FranKfort RounUaDDut = n =Entered ut the post o Dim at Frankfort tact tuckyavsccuud rlus inailubU1 mutter u = =GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub- FRANKFORT JAN 16 1903 NESTOR OF FRANKFORT BAH PASSES AWAY On Saturday afternoon lint at 3ttO oclock Judge Lysandor fiord Sr the oldest member 01 the hill of this city passed quietly ova tho river to list under till shade of tho trees Jndgo Hord was born III Masoi county S7 years ago alld came to this city to live when a young man IS yetis of ago beginning the stud of the law in tilt ollico of thos eminent barristers Judgo Masoi P Brown and Gov elms S More I headSoon after ho was admitted to tin bar he went to tho front rank nmld such ablo competitors as Hon John J Crittendon 13ouIbos B Monroe lion James Marian Jmlgi M P Brown Hon Chas S IoreI head Judgo Hen Moore and Intel on Hon Goo W Craddock allll Hon John Rodman Ho was a gentleman of the old suavo and gentle in man tnor yet us sternly upright and honorable in all tho dealings ol life as any man that over lived in l this community r He served as County Judge for two terms anti twice as Representa tive in tho Legislature leaving a I record of which any man might be proud He was an earnest and deter i of internal im 11rnwnwlltH anti while a member of the Legislature of intro duced the bill ceding the control of the rlvors of the State to tho United t States government and was morel than any other man the means of having tho improvements so val StatuIput upon a permanent basis He this as tho host work of It was his pride and pet 1Tugnrded bo remembered by our wo published his diary rk lone at Washington City by him in this mutter some year or moro ago It is a mon u ment to his memory more lasting than marble or bronze In nIl tho long years of his useful life Judge Hord was never sick enough to remain in bod more than t twentyfour hours until nix years 1ngo when ho sUpped on the icy pavements and broke his leg Ho remained In constant practice at the bar until within tho last t year when ho retired full of years and of honorsIr Wo our infancy anti always found him the same dignified and honorable gentleman treating all from the highest to till lowest in station with that considerate kindness that over marked the man I When a young man ho was mar r ried to Miss Ann Price of this city t by whom ho had a flno family of a throo sons and three daughters all of whom survive him t His wife preceded him to the grayo somo fivo years Ho had made his homo with his oldest daughter Mrs Orlando Brown ex Copt for a short while for many years By industry and square dealing Judge HOld hud auejtiired a com fortable property He was an humble hristiulat- neulbur of the First Presbyterian Church of this oily Ho had only boon ill a few short wooks but re tained his mental faculties unlin pairod and was conscious up to within a row minutes of tho end und so quiutly did ho pass away that those loved ones who wore at his bedside hardly know whorl ho censed to breathe Truly a good uian has peen gath ored to his father There shall bo light at tho eventide His throe sons Messrs Edward Hurd eif Ponham Texas Lysan der Jr anti Upshur 01 Aurora Illinois anti throe daughters OIls Orlando Brown of this city Mrs David C Hardin of St Louis Mo and Mrs Thos B Monroe of- Texas mourn his loath she funeral services wore conducted by Rev Win Crowe and Rev A B Chlnn from the resi dunce of Mrs Brown on Wilkinson 1F 1 1jl0 r btttA 4 A Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it toes not readily to ordinary treatment There is however hope for all sufferers in Lr Miles Heart Cwt which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters of gratefu sufferers will cure where all else failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it ia blood tonic a regulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for proving the circulation of the brood During the Civil war I contracted pearl disease and in liQ6 while living in the grand old town of Lrxi jjton Vn trew so much worse I left thre ith my wile to visit my sisterinlaw Mr T A Xirb at Roanoke Va While I said oth ng to anyone never expect t to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbvs s e insisted should try rs Cure pro cured a few lotlc of it ai o tlc Nrvine and Tonic After using or cur two btile I could lee no improvmurt Milt despaired of ever Winn b tter bt my f thin wile sisted on kecpirg it up which I did1m provf rncnt sua bcprm in earnest an I took in fifteen or rxtecn nettle I was re stored to p rfcct health and while Ian170 jrars old I am comp rativelv n bov You sir are a bcpelactor and I cheerfully recom sufferinghmnanityJ All druggists soil and guarantee first bottle Dr Mile UcmcdtVs iJcnl fr free book AddresOrstreet on Monday afternoon at oclock and the honored remain werelnid nwny in our cemetery WORKING NIGHT AND DAY The busiest and mightiest little thing that over wao rondo is Dr Kings Now Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength brninfngintoderfut in building np the health Only 2fic per box Sold by all drug gists ACCIDENTALLY SCALDED While moving a pot of boiling water at her home on Holmes street on Monday Mrs Henry F LntktMnior was so unfortunate as to scald both of her hands and arms nearly up to the elbow Sur gical attention was rendered at once QUICK SETTLEMENT On Monday of last week a lire at Copt r T Wests dwelling on Fourth Avenue inflicted damage to several hum rod dollars in amount The insurance company through its agents Messrs W P Scott Co had workmen to go to work at ones on the repairs which altcljthegave Capt West a check in full payment of the loss SILENII1 E 9ERlAINMENI The opera of When Johnnie oinos Marching Home as rendered by tho F C Whitney 1IIun1 igoment on Saturday night at the t1wIestirosentcd was magnificent and realistic the ladies of tho troupe without exception were handsome and ti o singing of the whole ton puny vis very fine Wo are glad to sty that the large nmlienco of cultivated people pros 101lt woro delighted with tho pot ormolu Ill FINE KECOIM An agent of It G Dunn it Co Limo reporters of financial standing isitod till County Coot t lurks illloo of this county on Saturday to make an examination of the issossmunts on record there Ho stated to us that ho found ovidon e ItIllJcordshotter sliapn than almost any odlcc III which ho hull cause to make jxam inatious Also that he found hat tho Assessor bad assoesed IonlIThis is a high compliment to jolly tad gentlemanly 1 Poloy Smith Lounty Clerk and Ralsibol Hioatt our bighearted Assessor Wo are glad to bo able to report hose facts rH rr1J y SILyII19Y DISTINGUISHED STATESMAN DIES On Monday morning at ooloeli as earnest and as honest a gentle man and statesman as overlived InI Kentucky passed to tho great be yond when Gov John Voting Prown yielded his spirit hack tc the God who gave it Gov Brown was years of apt anti had front early manhood heel in tho forefront of battle for what he conceived to bo right Wo sel dom agreed with hilllill his view of public matters but having known him from our boyhood wo know iio would never stoup to do part from the highest paths ol honor and esteemed him accord ingly He never was the man to cringo that thrift might follow fawning Of course sues rugged honesty could hat arouse bitter an tagonisms which stung his tondei heart tl1 the quirk Blunt ami abrupt in man nor mill speech warmer tot Iurer heart seldom beat in a mans bosom Twice eicotod 10 Congioss and once as lovornor of his beloved State he zollected honor upon ever position he Will idled to fill Several years since he had a fall by which his log was broken and ho lamed for lifo but he did not his filiation cause his labors to lag Somo months ago chops soq in and s veral oporatlons wero per formed for his relief but in lain Ho leaves throe children Dr John Young Brown Jr of St Louis Mrs Edward P Humphrey of Louisville and Mrs John M Rodman of Memphis Ienuwhot- ogether with his dcvottd wife survive to mourn an indulgent and loving husband and fattier Tho funeral and interment took place at Henderson on Tuesday last FUR JAILER In another column wo announce bighearted and honest old DAN MQORE as a candidate for Jailer of this county subject to tho action of the Democratic primary election Everybody knows that Dan Moores heart is always in the right place full of the mill of human kindness and there never was bettor neitrhjor and friend If nominated and fleeted Mr Jack South will be Deputy Jailer under Mr Mo- oreLoss of Flesh When you cant eat break ast take Scotts Emulsion Then you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for convalescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of you buy SCOTT BOWNE CtiEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and all druggists The Kind You Have Always Bought and which lifts becDfin use for over 30 years has borne tIle and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy f Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment J What is CASTORIA r Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PareI t gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It i9 contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrislmcss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind i Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConstlpatIon131a- nd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the + Sr Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep 1 The Childrens PnnaceiTho Mothers Friend 1 JW GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS t i A Bears the Signature of ii The Kind You Have Always Bought r In Use For Over 30 YearstCiCLTAUR L BURGLARS The grocery store of Mr C W SaiTel in Masonic Temple waR entered by burglars on Sunday night and 25 in cash and goods to an un known amount were stolen It is supposed that the thief or thieves obtained entrance by means of coal manhole in the pavement in front of the store Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad onelition Tonic blood purifier ant ermifuge They are not food bu ledicino and the best in use to put 0 orse in prime condition Price 2r entq per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle APPOINTED Mrs Liie Walcutt McKee hns boon appointed Matron at the Lakeland Lunatic Asylum Mrs Walcutt served in the steno capacity under Inv Bradley She is a cousin of Gov Beckham She is a lady of Hue sense and well qualified for tho position Torriblo plagues those itching diseases of tho skin Put an one to misery Deans Ointment cures At any drug store- BRUIALrI TORTURED A case canto to light that nIl por sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never boon equaled Joe Golobick of Colusa Cal writes II For lf years enelnrod InsulTer ablo from Rheumatism and nothing relieved mo though I tried evt rythinf known I camo across Electric Hitters and its tho great ost modicino on earth for that trouble A fow bottles of it com pletoly relieved and eared mo lust as good for Liver and Kidney trembles and debility Only flit Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists barks Sidney Globes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two clones give relief and one box wil euro any ordinary case of Kidney oi Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel ouree Ditibeted Seminal Emissions Weak and Luino Back Rheumatism tad ull irregularities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men und women Sold ut f0 cents per box on the No Cure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upou receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankrort Ky May 21y CURED AFTER SUFFERING TEN YEARS B F Hare Stint Miami Cycle a1 ttlfNoeiHe spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any permanent benefit Ho says Ono night while feeling r exceptionally bad I was about to J whonlIing the merits of Koclol Dyspepsia i Cure T concluded to try it andtiwhile I had in it I felt fterVusinganti I have boon in ijpepRiaquaintances suffering from J trouble Sold by nil lr gg stsROur Guarantee Wo guarantee absolute satisfaction when you buyI t J E M tryitget your money back Your grocer sells it with this un derstanding If wo could make tiny stronger guaranteewo would Just tell your fl grocer to send you T E M Flour today Sold only by grocers and nnido only by the J E ffl milling GOie 0 JUII TAHLE SUUTIi NO2l1 Nov 1 i1 Lexington 8 0I iiiiikloit 011- liHtiyvilleIv IOIt rtYt Louisville 800 1o22 IiNORTH MPM rLouisville 830 600tSbelbyvllo 928 rrtnkfort 1018 740 A Lexington 1116 840 1Uh IIllinois Central Seventh F River LouisvilleiMemphis N 0 Ltd No 10- 4ctvre 1m Arrives 745 n m Now Orleans Special No pmNo r Lei lCi in Arrives 51 m For Fulton Paducah nnd intornudlateRiolnti Connection to nod from Elizabeth town Hodgenvillu and Hopkinsville no x Sunday service to Eliabutlitown and Htxlgen ville Stops at all stations f NO Accommodation No Loaves p Arrives 055 a tolFor Central City Connecting service illySundayDailyi tJ l S J dJL1rJ1 d if UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY SALEtH 1From now until February 1st Cleaningup Sale of all Winterweight Underwear except Merode Brand 25c Vests and Pants 19c 50c Yests and Pants Sic 1 Vests and Pants 75c 1 Union Suits 75c 2 50 Union Suits 175 New Carpets New FARMER RngsI L l wMrh TWO SMALL BLAZES Just after our paper had gone to press on Friday evening two ttlnnns of fire followed each other in quick succession anti both from the sauna box No 12 located at the corner of Second land Bridge streets j The first lire was located at the drug store of the LeCompto Gayle Co where some rubbish in the cellar had become ignited by some moans unKnown By hard work the firemen prevented any serious damage although the smoke poured through the whole house in black clouds Loss will be about 100 The second alarm called the boys who had just returned from the Jlrst tu the department house the residence of Maj A M toII on North Steele street where coal oil stove in the bath room had explodedIThe interior of the room trios badly scorched and the handsome rugs were destroyed The burning rugs were thrown out and the blaze soon extin 2GOjor Hundreds of Frankfort Citizens Can Toll You All About Home endorsement the expression of Frankfort people should be evidence oxIjcheerfully given by them will utterIaneesMrs Mildred S Betts wife of CIM Betts carpenter of 519 f St Sl shlly kidneys me for some years off troubledI tried different remedies out obtaining any lief The pain across the small of any back was often very severe especially at night before retiring and in the morning when I would first gut up There was also a kid tJ weakness at all no111illtoms they cured wore just like mine Willing to try almost nnIthing to yet lelief J went to J Jaylos drug store and got a box J took them as directed and soon noticed the difference in my eon dition The sharp pains and aching disappeared and the other distress lug complaints were h Doans Kidney Pills act like mngicI and the relief they give is lasting For sale by all dealers Trice 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf falo N Yo solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other 1 1001Ifin 31r Johnsons bill stock of all de f scriptions No man has guy logitinfate right highwaysJroan who has not a Plano to keep honnIsoon makes rogues of them An old sow will soon learn to climb a j fence with the skill of a cat An old cow will soon learn to throw a t fence with her horns faster than a i man can with his hands An old horse if he can not jump It will work with his breast against a fence until he gets it low enough Ito jump A 2f 0 horse will oat and destroy 10 worth of corn in one night 1 write from experience for I have boon a sufferer from all IIFOIgood Creator abide with you A SUFFERER BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH CityVatorwrites I have tried many kinds of liniment but have never received much benefit until I used Ballard s Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains I think it the best lini ment on earth 200 SOc and 100 bottle at Paul B Wuitxols ENTERS UPON DUTIES Dr James W Hill of Nelson county recently appointed Super intendent of the Institute for FeebleMinded Children in this city entered upon the discharge of his duties upon Wednesday last He is said to bo a fine physician and well qualified for the position JUST 0EMINUTE One Minute Cough Cure gives re killsIand at the same time clears the phlegm draws out tho Inflamma tion and heals and soothes the CoughCurooil pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in nil curable CroupOnoto take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by all druggists DEATH OF NOBLE OLD VETERAN All who admire a noble and upright man and statesman wore greatly saddened when the news 1011111nGeorgia passed away suddenly at his winter homo in Florida Gen Gordon had won an imperish able faint on tho battlefield and as a stern and upright maul when in the Senate At tho time of his comImUIHlIlVeterans Association of tho United States He will ho sincerely mourned by all patriots WHEN YOUK JOINTS ABE STIFF And muscles sore from cold rhoU1iwtism when you slip and sprain a joint strain your side or bruise yourself Painkiller will take out tho soreness mid fix you right in a jury Always have it with you and us It freely Avoid substitutes there is hut ono Painkiller Perry Davis Price tfc and Sot GRACEFUL THING It is a wellknown fact that the various committees of the Legisla ture find it ditUeult to obtain suit able rooms in the State buildings in which to moot In view of tills fact the following organizations and private citizens have tendered tho use of rooms rent free Elks Homo 2 City Hull 8 Courthouse Farmers Bank T 11 Crock ett Crutchor Simpson This was a graceful thing to do Dr Weavers Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals akin eruption 350 Union Suits 275 Hose some broken lots Misses and Children at onethirdoff Special Sale of Silk Remnants Special Sale Black Zebilene S quality 75c J W S tI COMMUNICATED went OBSERVANCE OF GEN R E LEES BIRTHDAY Woaro requested by the ladies of Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daugh staterGen Robt E Leo will be suitably observed by thorn in the Chapel of Ascension Church on Monday January 19 at 3 oclock p m An address will be delivered kby Rev Austin 31 Chinn Rector of the Church of the Ascension appropriate to the occasion 1he musical program will be in Charge of Miss thutIIt is earnestly hoped that there may be a full attendance Gen Leos memory is dear to every American without regard to whether he served in the Federal or Confederate Army MONTH AFTER MONTH A cold clings to you The cough seems to tear holes in the delicate lungsYouyou are threatened with a disease you scarcely dare to name Are you aware that even a stubborn and longneglected cold is cured with Allens Lung Balsam Do not spend more of your life in coughing and worrying DEATH OF REV T WARN BEAGLE It is with sincere sorrow that we learn of tho death of our aged and honored friend Rev T Warn Beagle pastor of tho Baptist Church at Stamping Ground on Wednesday Bro Beagle had been a minister of the gospel for fifty years Ho was an able and cul tured gentlemansound and true to tho faith lie loved and the Mas tor Do served so earnestly told lovingly The immediate cause of his death was dry iinirrone of the foot and leg Ho underwent an opera tion a few days before and his foot availHoyours of age and his mental vigor was unimpaired Tho remains wore taken to Lex ington for interment Bro Beagle will ho sincerely mourned by a largo circle of devoted friends and admirers =WHATS IX A NAME Everything is in the name when J1Cmake a silve from Witch Hazel Furlbi11dtruding Piles eczema outs burns bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salvo has no equal This Inns given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWitts thugIgiltsBOLD BUT BOOTLESS BUR GLARY On Wednesday night burglars onj terod the ollloo of Dr H b Keller in tho Violott building on St Clair street opened the safe and curried oil a tin box containing only a few papers Tho thieves certainly untie a water haul KodoS Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatI c 1MIIII BESTsa s rar GOODS These are the three rules store in all seasons of the t to give perfect satisfaction reason why we shouldnt TREATMENTFrankfort time you get anything oJ right we ask you to tell us John Driscoll i fWiIii ry wI tti irt 4 + r r i PRICES 1 Saffellsr Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods oftill kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Vines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider 1 I Something Swell I NOKERSIREED Tho kind that leFts you Sonething colnfortahle front 250 up ifR1 I d H YourChristmas Shopping Must be Done why not Begin Now f t If you have decided on serviceable gifts take a look at our special offerings for this Xmas r Special Neckwear 50c to 150 Special line of Gloves 50c to 500 Special line Ladies Slippers 300 to 400 Large assortment Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Oxford and Ways Mufflers in Silk and Wool Big lot of Hose from a tOe Cotton to a 150 Silk CRUTCHER SIMPSON KYr uIIj DEATHS c BERGMAN In this city on Sunday January 10th to Mr Rob ert M Bergman and wife nee Minnie West a sonWestern David SCOTTNear Peaks Mill this County on Wednesday last Mr John Scott son of Mr Harry Scott aged about 21 years of typhoid lever The funeral and burial took place on Thursday last- MERCHANTIn this city on Saturday Mr Wood Merchant aged about 63 years Mr Merchant was a brother of Capt C W Merchant Watchnpan At the Custom House and Mr CI C Merchant He was a gallant oldier in the Federal army He was a painter and paperhanger by trade He had been in bad health fora long time He was an upright and honest man i The funeral took place on Mon day services being conducted by Rev George Darsie and the re cemeItery THE SILVER SLIPPER 1 COMING The complete production of II The Silver Slipper John C Fishers charming musical play by the au thor of Florodora with its whirlwind like Champagne Dance the company numbering 100 in all and headed by one of the highest salaried companies ever sent on tour in a musical play will be the attraction at the Capital Theatre in the near future No ex- pensew was spared by Mr John C Fisher in producing lHJ1he Silver Slipper and this gorgeously costumedjhouses at the Broadway Theatre f New York for almost 200 perform ances The company travels almost exclusively by special train of seven cars requiring two sixty foot baggage cars and two drawing room and sleeping cars thus insuring a fresh buoyant and spirited performanceThe be seen here will in clude Thos J Keogh Gertrude Millington Fred Runnells Harry I B Burcher Virginia Palmer Leo Mordant and Lora Lieb xi The production carries its own orchestra of twentysix pieces It will undoubtedly be the most notable musical attraction that has ever visited Frankfort WANTED FAITHFUL PER SON TO TRAVEL for well esta bUshed house in a few counties calling on retail and agents Local territory Salary 12000 per week with expenses addi tional all payable in cash each Week Money for expenses ad vanced Position permanent Busi ness successful and rushing Stand ard House SilO Dearborn St ciii cago 1010t r WANTED Fifty young ladies to work at the Frankfort Shoe Co Apply at the office 7tf Gus C Weinberg with The Storks at CUfJiul Theatre Mon day nigh- tWORLDS FAIR NOTES Model schools for the blind and deaf Old St Louisas It was 100 years agoIce Plant produces 300 tons of Ice dally Special building on Art Hill for 49 mining camp in Min ing Gulch Jubilee presents of the late Queen mining exhibit covering twelve acres Rose garden six acres In area 50 000 rose trees King Cotton a statue In cotton 50 feet gardens 750 feet long and 100 feet wide History of the Louisiana Purchase told in flowers- Approximate cost of the Exposition of Education 525 by 750 feet cost 319999 Palace of Electricity 525 by 750 feet cost 399940 Towers on Palace of Machinery are 255 feet tall Forty thousand horse power for Ex position uses- Largest silver nugget ever mined weighs five tons Fair opens April 30 1904 closes December 1 1904 An 8000 horse power turbine engine in power plant Size of grounds 1240 acres nearly two square miles Largest gas engine ever made 3000 horse power The sum of 150000 appropriated for athletic events United States Fisheries Building 133 feet square CAbTORIABean theTheSignature of rf Frankfort GinOinnati BU The Midland Route Local Time Table On and after March 1 Passen ger Trains will leave L N Depot PMLNo84200 ii6 JFrankfort Ar 7 16 206 668 Summit 111 06 2 7 04u Elkhorn 1107 2 112u Switzer 1100 6 62 2 Stamping Ground 1060 0 2 36 7 29 uvall 1043 085 2 85 Johnson 1089 6 28 2 7 Georgetown 1 1032 822 2 7 65 t C 8 618 2 8 06 Newtown 964 807 8 18II Centerville 946 6 59 8 9718 Elizabeth 942 665 8 Paris Jnnctn 9 8 80 Art Park f Lv 98542 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q k U ntuck7CentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L A ri BBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P 8 8 2 rtIAHIA1rLIPM BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA Penis P M P M 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 2 LT Ar 6 bSO LT Ar 683 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2OAI115P2a7PIIP 42A A Winchester L 7 09A 245P 16P Maysville L 5 45A 16P Cynthiana L 502P 20P 54P IA Richmond L 20A 65P Cincinnati L 255P GEO B HARPER Samuel E Hutton Pree and Genl Supt G P A DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Ilk Port Huron Bg the Magnificent Sttamtrt of the Leaving foot of Madison StreetDallya- tgs A after arrival of trains Returning arrive Week r ooP Fare to Detroit unlimitedround trip fi Excursions to Detroit and rrturn WeekDay 75C To Ft Huron and return a delightful two days trip only faoo meals and berth extra Special Ra1j to SoctttliJC- lote connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information ace nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 r SlllUM TrUgrW OOLDENOJP s t Umbrellas Suspenders Garters Ear Muffs Jewelry Dress Suit Cases Bags Trunks cij r l If you are looking for the largest assortment of goxul mer Y chandise come to us All our lines are complete Ml Our Prize Watch will be awarded New Years lyly to some School Teacher So dont forget to vote for your fa vorite I merchants high- Sunken Georgetown LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPAILOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND INo 21 No4I StttionapaUyJNo Daily 3 r U 1t0 Lexington 11 1010 60225I 1825 Winchester 520 ass 918 Clay Cityy 469 406 9234 Stanton 0281 480 1485 964 Natural Bridge 401 449 62 Torrent 847 Bfl 70 Beattyville Junction ro 82G 616 1029I JJackson d 1I 226 Y RAILWAY J LIMis j Lye PMAr PM Ar d IItoMLvepK Ino 980 285 800 1120 0 925 200 O K Junction B85 1128 168 Wilhurst 417 1162 d162 Hampton 480 1168 128 Lee City 5 1222 19 r 10I 8431 122 Helechawa 618 122821106 Cannel City 646 1246 Z1t Nos and will make close connection at O kK Junction with 2108 8and4for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway tMr d Ii BARR CHARLE SCOTT General Manager XL QPAf r IWORWHITES 20 1oXaDrrei by PAUL B WbfDAWomau eIsl Depressed has frequent headaches bad nerves lack W miladyItsDont fail get today your druggists a bottle HERBINEand digestive organs totheir normal functions Youllfeel liko a now woman after tnkiuJ the first bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEJTZEL Cor St Clair DrO B Demaree General Practice and Electrothe rapeutics including X Rays Ultra- Violet Rays Galvanic and Faradic ElectricityOFFICE ANN STREET CAPITAL BLDG HOURS 10 n in 2 to 4 and 0 8 p m PHONES OfficeNew 162 Old 402 Residence Now 161 Old 226 14lin 7f This signature la on every box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cures a cold IB one day I CREAM cE 1tl t For of ot to at of Broadway HOTEL to 12 to r DONT This is easier said it unity be of some nRYithe mutter If the thing over which trol it Is obvious not help the matter On the other hand if within t control you have only to act When It you have a cold and fear an attack of pneumonia buy a bottleof Clam berlains Cough Remedy bnd use it judiciously and all cause for worry Ias to the outcome will quickly die appear There is nu danger of pneumonia when it is used For t Kale by all druggists r Yj FOR SALE ti A surrey Almost new Apply i to 4JAS12tf r Irr J l MARRIED WARDJONESTn this city on Wednesday Mr Benjamin Ward and Miss Mattio D Jones woro married by Rev C J Nugent of the Methodist Church Mr Ward is a hustling young stock dealer of Cincinnati Ohio His fair bride is one of the finest girls ever raised in this city She is the daughter of Mr John L Jones and is a stylish industrious and cultivated young lady Our bosh wishes attend them WILLIAMS BULL Cards are out announcing the approaching marriage of Mr Wm Price Wil liams of Irvine Ky and Miss Cordelia J Bull daughter of Mr S C Hull Sr and wife Mr Williams is an uptodate hustling young banker His bride tobe is one of Frankforts most charming popular and handsome young ladies The happy event is to occur on i Thursday January 21 THE STEWART HOME FARM E KY fDThis is the most complete private institution for the care training and treatment of feebleminded children in the South and West There is only one other larger in the United States This is located at Barre Mass Every State in the South and many in the West are represented here also Alaska and Mexico The Home has improved ye rby year and by good work has made a reputation alt being one of the most worthy institutions of the kind in the country All the buildings four in uum ber are heated by steam and lighted by electric lights There is a fine system of water works Parents and guardians having wouldtHis long experience io this work and his success show his qualifications RUNAWAY A pair of horses hitched to a back belonging to Messrs Mangan Darnell became frightened at an L dc Nat the depot yesterday morning andvdashethaivay running over a wall at the Walcutt cut upsetting the hack and badly cuts ting and lacerating one of the from his hind hock up tohip joint The hack was badly broken The hack had gone to the depot to meet a corpse and convey the family tothe cemetery OA 11011 X JIIhdSignature of BITTEN BY MAD CAT Information was received in this jocltr on yesterday that Mr Martin L Lawrence former Jailer of this L county but who now lives in Lex- ingtoni was walking along Megow an street on Wednesday afternoon when he was attacked by a large black cat and badly scratched and bitten on the legs chest and hands It is supposed that the animal was suffering from hydrophobia and Mr Lawrences friends are fearful of the result lIUSIOAIJRECPlAIJ Miss Katie Thompson will give a musical recital at the Capital Theatre on Tuesday January 20 Miss Thompson will bo assisted by local musical talent She is a flue musician and has heretofore hold recitals which wore greatly on till joyed 102t Two million Americans suitor tho torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bitters cures At any drug store IF UNWELL Try 506 bottle of Herbino notice tho improvement speedily otTeutod In your Appetite Energy Strength and Watch how it brightens the spirits gives freedom from In DebilityaIsaac Story Ava Mo writes Sept 10 1100 I was in bad health I had stomach trouble for 12 i months also dumb chills Dr J t W Mory prescribed Horbino it cured me in two weeks I can not recommend It too highly it will do all claim for It Sold by Paul B Weitzel It SAVING COUPONS A FAD i That merry lilting musical fantasy The Storks11 is flying this way with all Its wealth of beauty laughter and song that was so en rapturously received here last sea son Unquestionably it is one of tho most exhilarating operatic nov elties seen hereabouts in ages and seems to be imbued with an un fathomable amount of wit and song that not only fascinates on first acquaintance but like good old wine improves with age and can be seen and enjoyed many times In Chicago amongst the smart set it is a fad to save the seat chocks as souvenirs and it is of common occurrence to hear some enthusiast boast of the number of times he has seen The Storks and show tho coupons as evidence The scenic and electric emb llish ments have been beautified and tho company enlarged This oast this season is unquestionably the best this merry musical fantasy has ever had it numbers seventyfive players and comprises Gus Wein berg Gilbert Gregory Francis Lieb Georgo Shields Abbott Adams George McKay George Romain Alma Youlin Countess Von Hatzfeldt Ada Deaves Dorothy Choate Myra Davis and others of l prominence includ ing that mbohheraldcd choral array popularly known as A Rose bud Garden of Girls This spj rndld musical attraction comas to the Capital Theatre for one performance only next Mon day Jan 18 A few seats are left andean be secured today at Bar ret i BIRTHDAY OFFERING To the members of the Methodist Church South Frankfort Ky We send to you this little sack Please7 either send or bring it back With as many cents as years youre old We promise the number shall not be told The Aid Society some money to make Adopted this plan which surely will take With one and all both young and old- Altho the weather may be quite cold We promise to give you something tJeat- And furnish beside a musical treat So the Pastors Aid with greeting most hearty Entreat you to come to your own Birthday party At the Methodist Church Thurs day evening Jan 21st from 7 to 10 If you fail to receive the little sack bring your pennies and come just the same LADIES AID SOCIETY Dr Weaver Treatment Syrnp for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions IlJOIOIBilODiIE rI feet Night i iIIII ITHERES NO REASON for having a corn Sou t It ISide Corn Cure will take IirIM good corn pure Thats t i why wo say money hack W if you want it knowing youll never want it it SOLD HERE ONLY AND gg COSTS 15 CENTS me L iGAYLE CO 314 Main Street I Ge J W GAYLE- CorIE Ann and BroadWay JiQli I MIllI FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a candidate for County attorney subject to tho action of the Democratic party Dec Illtf COUNTY CLERK We arc authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq asa candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary52te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORS as n candidate for jailer of Franklin county subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te y WILL PLAY TO CAPACITY The Storks and all their merry bird companions will be seen for the first time at the Capital Theatre Monday evening January 18 in that jolly jingling musical fantasy The play and players made a decided hit and it is safe to predict that the theatre will be packed to the walls on this engagement This cheery melange is fairly em blazoned with everything new bright ajul fascinating that could be possibly corralled into three most beautiful scenes and is un doubtedly one of the brightest mu sical revelations of last season The cast is much larger and stronger than last season numbering sev entyfive players and comprises Gus Weinberg Gilbert Gregory Francis Lieb George Shields Abbott Adams Geo Romain George McKay Alma Youlin Countess Von Hatzfeldt Ada Deaves Dor othy Choate Myra Davis and others of equal prominence including that much heralded choral array popularly known 8SIt A Rosebud Garden of Girls FOB SALE A farm of 8 acres and new bouse of four rooms Good out buildings and cellar Will sell cheap Good place for doctor blacksmith or huckster M C ROBERTS Hatton Ky Dec 26 l903- 1mQueen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOO G A- ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT oEV ORLEANSAND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Q E CLARKST 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky cJ lJlli2I ll9 BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE TO CAL1FoRNIiAND VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION PTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A Cor 4th Bud Market Sta Loulavilt Lf q WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MCKEE The Yeoman Carriage Co Tho undersigned who have heretofore done business under the name of the Seller Carriage Company will conduct a carriage manufacturing establishment in all of its departments under the name of Yeoman Carriage Company in the warerooms on Main street in Versailles Ky opposite tho Presbyterian Church and a share of public patronage Is solicited Our Mr Yeoman with the late Henry Heimiller established this business in 187i and he assures his patrons that the work he will hereafter do will be on the same high plane with the work he and those with whom he has been heretofore associated have r heretofore done Wo will keep on hand at all times a full supply of the best class of vehicles and now have on hand some of our own make We are prepared to build now vehicles and are ready to do all kinds of repairing with the best mechanics obtainable Our workmen have been with us for many years some of them since the business was establishedand we can cheerfully guar antee the work they do YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 192m FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 W B GEORGE THE MAIN JHAS ON HAND A COM r1 STREET LINE OF Watches Clocks Jewelry Sterling Silver and Plated Ware Sterling Silver Novelties Suitable fOr Wedding and Holiday Presents I At the very lowest prices 102m Everything guaranteed as represented FINE FARM FOR SALE The fine farm of about 510 acres of land situated on the Frankfort and Georgetown Turnpike in Franklin county Kynear Woodlake and about nine miles from Frankfort owned by the heirs of Mrs A M Wood deceased is for sale On this farm there is a modern brick dwellinghouse of twelve rooms two large barns stables and all necessary outbuildings and ten ant house This farm is well watered and in a high state of cultivation Any one desiring to purchase can obtain information as to the farm and the terms of sale by addressing the undersigned at Woodlake Ky WOOD BROS 24mSHINGLES Cedar 375 per m Poplar 325 per m Cypress 300 per m Poplar No2 275 per m Cypress No2 200 per m A T HAMMONDCOSWiLKINSON SIMPLE COLDSl Cease to he simple it at all prolonged Tho safest way is to put them aside at tho very beginning Ballards Horehound Syrup stops a cold and removes the cause of colds Jite 50c and 100 bottle at Paul B Weitzt ls FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing tho perfect support remedy will be sent on onrII quest Confidential cOllespun especially with physicians cited Write today for our free which gives our references terms otc MANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1135 Broadway Now York City Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed jia 1 GameS60 different gamesall new Jone in each package o- fCoffeeLion at your Grocers i1Ii CHOATEVILIE t Whooping cough is raging in this Section Rev Mr Lennox preached his Inst sermon to his congregation at the CMiontevillo Christian Church last Sunday We regret his thawing and hope ho will not forgot his friends here Mr Robt Hnlette wife and little rtanchter visited his sister Mrs Susie Dennis on Saturday in this place TuesdayrMr Jack Hnletto is still on the f sick list much to the regret of his many friends Mr Hon Hall of Frankfort visited Mr George Dennis on Sat urday and Sunday Mrs John Dennis is quite sick with a severe cold Mrs Sue Dennis spent Monday with her brother Mr Jack Hulette Mr Robert Hulette and i were guests of his parents Mr Fount Huletto and wife on Sun dayLittle Miss Georgia Dennis is ailing with a bad cold We hope to hear from Pea Ridge soon VTOL CROUP f The peculiar cough which indi cates croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children No time should be lost in the treat ment of it and for this purpose no medicine has received more uni versal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste vat c able time in experimenting with untried remedies no matter how highly they may be recommended but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will qulcd disappear For sale by all druggists PEA RIDGE Early Saturday morning the in faut daughter of Mr Sewell and Mrs Anna Pierce foil asleep to awake in that blissful hone above for Christ himself says Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven Beautiful babe A bud sent to earth to show how fair a flower would bloom in heaven We would like to say to tlidaorre spondent who signs Donovan that we and a great many of our neigh bors have received packages from Arhnckle Coffee Co and fire always most carefully packed in double wrapping giving place of shipment It is always over ten days or more before you hoar from them as their mail orders are 5- 0Inre pleasantIthe little fellow who sent by son one who knew he had sent off and that ho will yet get his little pocket knife If after the lapse of four- teenr days he does not write toAr buckles stating what date as near as possible ho sent the order and knowIwriting Wo also suggest yon change tho iifMno of your place t that of the Garden of Eden fn- if your mail is being tamp rf serpenIt Mr Sam LacenVld and wife were the guests of friends nnd relatives In Anderson county last week Died On Monday evening at 4 oclock Mrs Smith Sim WitS tll mother of Mrs Florence pTracey Mrs Jennie Tnicey and Mrs flenvelnnd LnpcfHld who t reside in our neighborhood There were other girls and boys left to itmourn this irreparable loss Wo sympathise with them in cr their sorrow Smith was taken to Lebanon Kidgo for inter lnent Little Olin tho daughter of Mrs Florence Tracoy who has boon so dangerously ill is slightly im proved We hope she will soon be well IirisArldin Hawkins has started school at the homo of tin late Dr J R Hawkins nnd seem 1Vtome a S good teacher neIe guests of Mrs Era Sheets one day ln t week Rev Thomas Lennox preached hi farewell sermon at liontovillo has t Sunday night Mr Lennox has been preaching at Choateville for beforetlmting teacher and helped with Sun dayschool We happened to bo at his first address to the Sunday school and also to his farewell ser mono1ho address was intensely earnest and able despite his vonsness His last sermon was 80I good and eloquent that vo predict a bright successful future for this young man who has greatly en deared himself to the people in and around Choateville There will bo tho usual services at Choatevillo Church next second Saturday night and Sunday in February Mr John Edge Jr is attending night school at Miss Scottows uptheMr Frank Edge is attending school at Miss Addle Hawkins SCRIB- EGAFJTOY3ZABeara theTheSignature J Iof NIGHT WAS HER TERROR nightlonggate of Alexandria Intl and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Rings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaran teed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50 and 100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores STAMPING GROUND Dr John A Lewis of George pe1formed1 of Rev T Warn Beagle pastor of our Baptist Church removing the foot Bro Beagle had been suffering from dry gangrene for some time The leg was taken oil at the ankle Wo earnestly hope that this good man may recover Later Mr Beagle died on Wed nesday See obituary ojsewhere Editor Wo are glad to silt that Mr C T Duvall who was badly injured t week by stopping too suddenly when running after a cow at his brothers is doing nicely now and hopes soon to be out Society is on the flutter over tho approaching marriage of Mr Ely Jones to Mrs Katie Sidener nee Stone It will occur on Wednesday Jan 20 Pleasepneumonia Mr Romans lost a brother two weeks ago and it is supposed that he contracted the disease pneumonia from his brother The sad news comes from the Sanitarium in Louisville that there is no hope of the recovery of Mrs Jennie Blanton Ra1ylinsjrelatives here Eggs are selling hero at 2i cents per dozen and hard to obtain even at that price Mr T Warn Bcairle Jr of Kan sits it Mo was called hero by tho serious illness of his father and thateMrs Tho recent muggy weather has done sonic good in that it has brought tobacco Jn case sulllclontly to allow its being stilpped null gotten ready for shipment to mar ket UNO A VESTPOCKET DOCTOR Never In the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are Ie Witt ofia certain guarantee against hondo biliousness torpid liver and 1is of the ills resulting Iron consti tiou They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by all druggists r J 1Bears theIto m toys s Blgnaturo LjLof CASTORIA-For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of h SOUTHERN RAILWAY- St LouisLooisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 251901 Louisville Division No Noii No8- Rm pm pm IR Loulsvilln 745 400 780 Ar 910 528 851 O5i 620 985 Versailles 1016 642 054 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 7 4- 0No4 No2 No6- Rm poi Rm Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 8f 700 Lexington 605 44i 780 Versailles 62 5H2 755- Lawrenenfourg 049 540 800- Rhelhyvillo 720 910- Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Nos 5 and Through Obser vatfonchair car between Louisville Harrods burg and Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a m for the South and arriving 750from the South through sleeping cars end to Asheville N viI Knoxville and Morristown Tenn Train leaving Louisvillo 70 p in and arrive inn Louisville a m Through sleeping mars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lexington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 Lv LouisvilleRf0 a m 1000 p Ar Huntingburg 1145a m WfiOa m Princeton p m 145 a m St Louis 080 p Jn 782 a in INo8n 1000 No1 p m nr 803 a m in 425 ninLouisville 545 p in 710 a m No No Lv Louisville 600 pm 850 a Ar Huntlncburg 850 pm 1145 a m Evansvilln 1025 pm l80p in No No Lv Evansvllle 780 a mi 115 p Ar Huntintrburg D08 n ml 250 Ar Louisville 1169 n nl 545 Pn Trairw Nos 2 Sand run solid between LouisI n solid between Luis villo and Evansvllle carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis trains between Louisvlllo and St Lout Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville nndSt Louis carry Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping Curl buffet service For tickets and further information apply to any agent Southern Railway H Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allan G PA r OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY4f 1 H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentuck y ia l a Distressfwant of nppctitc flatulency belching shooting pains are some of the most miserycausing symptoms ofdyspepsiu and indigestion WALTMERS PEPTOPIIZED PORT I organsbcausethe greatest of all tonics and pure pepsin natures owu digestive agent Rev II Winthrop of Winstcd N C says JiKfillPoptoniredPort at c i congregation can testify to tho great virtues of your preparation Walthcrs Peptonized Port is sold in two sizes Soc and i THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED POUT Pittsburgh Pa For sale JW GAYLE I WINTERS COMING 1 9 CARRY GRATES FIRB BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLASS MATCHESSq ALL KINDS OP HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING 1aAMERICAN FENCING r PRANK G STAGGIti10 Ann Street J Strongest in the Worldis THE Equitable LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY t IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not fora day but for all time SURPLUS 75752017 tho largest total of tiny Life Co on Earth In surplus there is strength and from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1002 4477fOil more than WitS paid by silly other Co Moro than n million u month was paid last year in loath claims more than a million n month in living benefits Why allow your family to carry the burden when tho Equitable is ready and willing Assure today tomorrow never conies I shall be pleased to call und explain our eont- ritctsWilsonRalph R OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KYA9nuu = FOR SAhE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent 4tf Apply 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