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The Frankfort roundabout. (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, September 15, 1900, Image 1

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THE FRANKFORT Ro UND ABO >
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L iGEO A LEWI Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ° 100 In Advance
i r VOL XX3V T FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY SEPT L900 Ol y
I UWlllVIEW
FROM PHOTOGRAPH 7AKEN AUGIISOO
t
rte AGRICULTURAL BUILDING
BUILDINGi
+ tA HANDSOME STRUCTURE DE
T VOTED TO THE INTERESTS I
EOF THE FARM AND PLAN
X PLANI
t y TATION
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The agricultural industry will
have a fitting setting at the Pan
American Exposition at Buffalo
1 during tho summer of 1901 A com
Vniodtous and richly proportioned
building will be devoted exclusively
yo
to the interests of tho farm So
I wonderful has been tho develop
developI
I ment of agriculture and so marvel
ui ously has the productivity of soils
been Incorased by the application of
r scientific methods it is no oxaggera
< tion to say that potentially tho
cultivated acreage of the world has
been doubled within a few years
Science has indeed made two blades
i of grass to grow whore but one grew
A before More than that it has by
irrigation made tho deserts to blos
tyr
tyf STAMPING GROUND 1
a t We regret to learn that Mr W O
i Reynolds Is very 111 with congestion
J of the lungs
Miss Luella Laughlin of Slat i
I L to who has been the guest of her
I ulster Mrs W L Hook has re
t 4 turned home
Dr L D Bourne has returned to
his studies at the Dental College In
Cincinnati
We have a fine protracted meet
Ing In progress at the Baptist
Church Bev Preston Blake of
Lexington is assisting Rev T Warn
Beagle tho pastor Ho Is a fin e
n and is attracting largo
j Crowds j
f ORN To Mr Charles Murphy
j ind wife a son
Air Too W Bond gave an old
< fashioned burgoo on Friday of last
1 > week to a number of his friends
< We should have enjoyed it ver y
a f much as we know Jody pit as h
is nlTectlonately called and Squire
jfrriplett can bent the world con
cocting this savory flour
4t Our hustling town marshal Mr
goo Foley in addition to his du
ales as an oifioor of tho pence han
greeted sovonteen lump posts bull t
a storago house for the gasoline
I amps graded three or four streets
lend built iv bridge or two
I There is a cry going up from our
f armeiH about the scarcity of labor
i in cuttlnpr and housing tobacco
41 Ynyono who wants to work can ob
41roin
rjtln it and at good wages too i
The annual colored fair will be
held at Washs woods September
2i2 I
l ykir George Duvall received a lot
Mter last week from his son Charles
who has just reached the Philli
pines in the 22d Infantry Ho ha i
IL pleasant voyage and Is well
pleaRcd with soldier life
t We had a heavy rain and thunder
storm on Monday v last week Tim ti
lpjtiilng struck a to phono pole on
> laln street and sever 1 trees I
l I
Tho BuiTalo Spring Distillery Is
If Ilng liropaiod for one l vtlons Mr
ii IW Trundle has the work under
aP
Yt
i ers Martha Lucas vwtf diod in
nh Was buliQd h < j > aoji upB
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son as the rose I
180m
The Agricultural Building willi
stand opposite the Manufactures I
and Liberal Arts Building on the
north side of the Mall Its longest
facades looking to the north and
south On the east will be the Live
Stock Exhibit to which about ten
acres are devoted Northward will
be the Stadium covering another
ten acres On the west is the Grand
court with the Electric Tower 848
feet high and theElectricity Build
ing Just beyond There are four
broad entrances to tho building
Opposite tho northern entrances is
an artistic bridge crossing tho Great
rCanal Vaulted loggias connect the
east and west entrance with tho
main entrance on the south and I
from these elevated promenades
the people may view the throng of
sightseers upon the Mall The low
tiled roof overhangs the walls eight
foot making a deep shadow ovqrtho
1Miss Edna Ferrill of Indianap
olis Ind is the guest of her sister
Mrs J T Reynolds
Miss Lena Kirtley of Frankfort
is the guest of Miss Mattie Kelly
Miss Edna Bridges of Frankfort
Is tho guest of Miss Lille Mae I
Stone
Miss Bessio T Bond has gone to
Muskingum University at New I
Concord Ohio to take a literary i
course
eveningt
Henry Samuel the little son of Mr
W H Gatewood and wife Bright
beautiful and loving he will boI
sadly missed The funeral services I
were conducted by Rev T Warn
Beagle on Friday t and the burial
took place in our cemetery Tender
sympathy is felt by all for tho
stricken parents YACOB
FARMDALE
LEi
Mr Will Farmer wife and daugh
ter have returned from Npw York
Miss Florence Cozine has returned
home i
Everybody is wanting work
hands and is willing to pay any
price fdr them
Mrs Georglo Jackson and daugh
ster of Frankfort were the guests of
her sister Mrs Henry Diokorson
this week
Wo have been having nice weather
for tho Association Jt has beou
attended by largo crowds Every
thing was nice and quiet and there
was a bountiful supply of every
overyI
thing to oat
Mrs Lucy Farmer entertained
geventyflvo last Saturday from
the Association
I
MrWillls Dowln is very ill with
typhoid fever
J Mr Fount Crook of Anderson
county was time guest of his
histi J
Mr Bob Recldin gave a moonlight
party last Saturday night All en I
wills I
gjvo another soon As Mr Roddlns
hospitality is HO well known no grie
i was surprised at tho largo quantity
I of lino melons that wore provided
fQr tho guests Those riiusopt wore
1h080ft
Mr VBwl Harden RnI wife Misses
J XflinTlfi riAlUtiu Tinrmln ffiiuunhnll
jjjjljijijiiniIIjimijli
richly decorated cornice Tho east
and west entrances are treated with
WitIlIlattico
lattice work to Imitate an arbor
The lattice is fastened to the dom
ceiling and walls then on a back I
ground of blue grapevines produce I
the effect of looking through to the
open air The southern entrance
which is 80 feet wide is flanked on
both sides by largo groups of stat
uary Above the doors and follow
ing the lines of the arch panels will
be painted to represent the signs of
the zodiac On either side of the
vestibule are large niches affording I
places of rest and retreat from the
crowds On either side of tho south I
entrance at tho Intersection of they
I
caves of the loggia are large con
soles surmounted by figures reprc +
senting the Sower and Reaper I
The Agricultural Building is 150 byI
500 feet and contains exposition I
space to the amount of about 76000
square foot I
Allie Graves Minnie and Josephine I
Rodgers Alma Hawkins Bennio
HardestyLue I
Lue Thomas and Mattie Hardesty
Messrs Floyd and Herndon Thomas
Hut Minor and Tyler Reddin Ed
gar and Good Dickinson Bebe
Adolphus and Arch to Hawkins
Will Reed Rlchnrd Collins Howard
Dunngun and Gilbert Reddln
WILD ROSE 2
PEAKS MILL i
MILLI
Corn cutting Is under wayY
Mri John Church is on the sick
listRegular sickI
Regular Church Mooting on Sun +
day next
Miss Anna Church accompanied
accompnniedb
paid us a visit on Saturday last
After a picnic lunch and an at
tompt to trade horses with Dr B
they left for town
Mr Geo Penn of Austin Texas
is home visiting his Texfui
relatives
wcroI
the guests of Mr M R Pierce or
Sunday last
There will be a picnic at tho
mouth of tho creek on tho 10th The
principal features will bo a ball
game botwen Frankfort and Peaks
Mill and candidates
Tobacco worms are holding pro
tracted meeting in this section
Nearly everyone in this section
has become an expert hypnotist
tho result of attending a traveling
show week that passed through hero lust
weekMr
leftfor
for a six or eight weeks visit to
Bath county last week
Mrs D G Tlmmous and Miss
Annie Pierce leave for Louisville
on tho loth to attend tho Elks
Carnival
CurnivalI lI A CORKER
FREE STREET FAIR FRANK
FORT ICY
rntostiQ1
Low rates from all points Dan
ville to Ludlow on tho Queen and
Croscont Route account Frankfort
Free Street Fair September 25th to
to28th
particulars 1
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jjTj II Afi4LL n i1f c
i
J list received some of the best grades of Kanawha i
Coal for domestic purposes and would be pleased tot > +
take orders from any one desiring to lay in their t f
winter supply now while it is fresh and clean and r1V Y fII
We send you nothing but the very best we can buyr i i
and at the lowest possible price See us before lay t11 i
ing in your supply and we will promise to give yoii > s +
entire satisfaction in every particular Main office 1
Black Hoges old stand elcphonesEast Ten <
nessee NO7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch iA
office end of bridge South Frankfort Frankfort < 7
Telephone Exchange No 230 ri
We will also pay the highest cash prices for wheat h
in any quantities All farmers or parties Raving 0
wheat to sell will do well to see us before selling > I
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Hoge Coal and Feed Compan r
Black Hoges Old Stand W Broadway J
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Its Good
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To Iny in a supply of
ocCoal now before the
TrySouthern
Southern Jounce this
year
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Head of Clinton Phone 100
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OUR AGED WHISKEY IS ENTIRELY MATURE AND
UAS BEEN MATURED NATURALLY
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CORK GUARANTEES ITS AGE ITS STANDARD PROOF
AND THE FULL MEASURe Of EACH OOTTLB
REPRESENTED
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AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED
AS THE COIN OF THE REALM
OUR AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURE
APPEARS ON EVERY BOTTLE AND BARREL Of GUI
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IS A DISTINCT FRAUD
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