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The Frankfort roundabout. (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, September 15, 1900, Image 2

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ygfiAVilliamS h Y eft Saturday for
i ipritatjid Gibbons went to Gin
Initfi OlntlSulldny
Ir Eu ono Hogo has gone to Vir
1 l iiiv on his vacation
1Ir Sam Kash of Manchester
wai In tho city this week
Mrs Win Willlairis is visiting
visitingQ1ntives
° CsProf J Lucien Waggoner jr has
iiiiied from Atlantic City
Piss Jennie Lee returned from
Georgetown on Monday nigt
mUss Lena Kirtley visited friends
± fti
1 at Stamping Ground tis week
v Vfr I Davis and son Morris
wont to Cincinnati on Sunday
Sundayifi re
Burned from a visit to Cynthiana
I Yitrr Egbert Stephens and wife
wifet1iave
1have returned from New York City
t c Mrs Jas F Montgomery and
sons have returned from Virginia
= Rev Thos J Stevenson of
Georgetown was in the city Tues
day
l Capt I T West left Tuesday for
eastern Kentucky on a business
rip
r Jrip3Rev Dr W L McEwan of Pitts I
burgPa was a visitor here this
IgMrs Sam E James has returned
from a visit to relatives at Pewee
Peweealley
galleyfeir
feir Jas F Meek of St Louis
+ Mo was the guest of relatives here
heremB
this week
Mr Frank S Haff and wife hav I
1e urned from a visit to relatives in
New York
Mr W S Farmer and wife re
urned Saturday night from NOT
Egbrk City
j Mr R K McClure returned Mon
lIlchiagnl
l keregionr
pMr Wilkes H Morgan and Mr G
i ii Walker of Lawrenceburg Sver < I
f iiere Friday I
returnedfrom
from a visit to relatives at Franklin
FranklinJtnd
wiAir Chas Pilkington has gone to
> Pittsburg to attend the University
UniversitytPennsylvanin
a Mrs Bf H Watson has returnee
Com a visit to Mrs W L McEwan
iijrtttsburgi PA
Miss Fannie Lindsey of Louis
gillo was the guest of Miss Lilian
Gindsey this week
l s firs Ida Mauiof Pino Bluff
B1Qffg
Kintix in this city
trs M Lt Campbell left Monday
pr a visit to her sister Mrs Sarah
cKee in Covington
libxGovTlios T Crittendon of
Eantas City Mo was the guest of
latives here this week
VIr Brent L Greene left for Rich
+
mgfid this week where ho will at
Mntt Central University
pftfr > Sam M Smith arrived inthe
fifty Saturday on a visit to his sis
sisur
iJVir GeoF Berry wlfo and niece
hiss Cornelia Gordon havo re
Eurnod from Georgian Bay
Piss Besie Crowe of BichmonUv
lias returned to her duties as teach
DIn the Winston Academy
lChIDIn
Acndolnyl son Ed I
jkhi Samuel of Try on JJ CM are I
Kl Iting retlatives in this city l
Dg If J Saw ior has returned
rem Yonkers N Y where be vis
s mil a his daughter Mrs HawJihorno
rMrS Isaac T West who has been
kiting her daughter Mrs B M
rgTiiani at Irvine has returned
Ifome
< ir Julian Ghinn left Thursday
Rf the UniversIty of Virginia
Virginiat
yerir I
jA Mrs Hugh Merchant of Loxiiig
on was the guest of her parents
IrJ N Marshall and wife this
a Yak 1
fjSjjMiss Elizabeth Rodman was the i
guest of her sister Mrs H C Mal
lori at iionHworth Ills this
5 tok
vekfr thbI
Mr J Gray McLean wife and
daughter Marguerite have returned
rrtjihu visit to relatives in Ten
npse
npsefr Edwin Kagin left Monday for
anvllle where ho entered Center
College to prepare for the Presby
Brian ministry
= Miss Harriet B Todd of Louis
yule was the guest of her cousin
cousintMiss
jtitreot this week
S Jerome Weitzel and laugh
torV Miss Carrie havo returned
from a trip to Germany and other
European countries
jBevi W H Hampton of Ironton
Ohio visited his mother Mrs
Virginia Hampton Major street
WgsuSide this woek
EJr John Shy of Paris has
token a position with his cousin
MtRlra SShy at the Langdon
l s jjaey Grocery Co in this city
fiRS Louise B Hollnday of
Kn8lsylvania county Vtu who
migihPpn with relatives hero for
gomatUuo roturned homo Tuesday
i 1 bhp3y
I
MfI
tj
Mrs Julia Miller and 8onrof COy
ington who have been visitIng her t
parents Mr A B Bead and wife
in this county returned homo Wed
nesday
nesdayMrs
Mrs Loulie B Loncmoor loft
yesterday for Loitchflelel to attend
the wedding of Miss Nora Long
and Mr Frod Wallace in that place
next Thursday the 20th
On Wednesday of last week Mr
Roger L Johnson of Shelby
street entertained at supper in
honor of his guests Mr Pierce
Johnson of Covlngton and Mr
Charles Johnson Arnsplger of Lex
ington Those present were Misses
Lizzie Hunt Virginia Chinn Sarah
Burnam Lucy Chinn Tissio Hoge
and Genevieve Lindso and MesHrsI
Lucien Burnnm Guy Barrett Percy
Hoge Pierce Johnson Charles
Arnspiger and Roger Johnson Mr
Frank Y Johnson of Louisville
who had expected to be present
was detained and did not arrive un
til Saturday
SaturdayCALL
CALL ON KNIGHTS TEM
PLARS
The following circular letter has
been sent from the office of the
Grand Commander of the Knights
Templars to all Knights Templar
of the State
Office of Grand Commander Rus
sellville IrySept 12 To all
Knights Templars of Kentucky I
am in receipt of the following tele
gram from Grand Master Lloyd
viz
St Louis Mo Sept 12ra
John G Orndorff Grand Com
mander RussellVuiehKY The re
cent storm in Texas hiss left num
bers of our fraters in dire distress
Immediate relief Is needed Ap
peal to your commanderies to send
at once what they can Wire or
send to Henry S Boddard Deputy
Grand Master at Galveston Tox
REUBEN H LLOYD
Grand Master
Attest Wm H Mayo
Grand Recorder
The disaster is appalling the de
mand Urgent the duty of every
Templar is imperative the neces
sity for immediate liberal action if
I apparent
apparentDo fail to appoint a committee
to see every Templar and receive
from him and others whatever con
tribution each will make toward
the relief of suffering Galveston
and send the amount to Grand Re
corder A H Bryant Covington
Ky who will keep account thereof
and transmit it as ho shall be in
structed by the Grand Commander
Courteously
JOHN G ORNDORFF
Grand Commander f
Under this order of the Grand I
Commander Eminent Commander
Frank W Keyes of Frankfort Com
mandery No 4 has appointed I
Messrs Chas N Wiard Frank G
Stagg and V A Kaltenbrun a coin i
mittoo to receive all contributions
for distrossod Sir Knights and
others
JUST HOW YOU LOOK AT IT
If en person reads the Courier
Journal and other Democratic pa
I
pers tho next election will be a
walkover for their fJidoof the
house I
Thoy say that the Sound Money
Domocwits as well as tho Brown
Democrats are now in line for the
party that everything is lovely j
and the fowl hangs altitudinous
that Becklmms election is assured I
that everything is working as slick
as grease that Beckham has troI
mendous crowds to hear him and un I
bounded enthusiasm marks hisway J
But the thing hard to understand
is that the Republicans and Brown j
Democrats are just as positive and
enthusiastic that things are all f
joining tholr way They say that
Yerkes has the largest crowds that
ever assembled at the different
places at which ho appears that
the Gold Bug Democrats are Just as
firm as ever In their opposition
1that the Brown Democjjits are just
jotting well in a fighting humor I
that they are more indignant and I
strenuous against Beckham than I
they were against Goobei because
Ithey I
he is enjoying the benefits of an I
office to which he was not elected >
that hundreds of Goobei men who I
voted for him simply because he
was the nominoe last year will not
lomlone the outrages that were
committed under tho infamous Goe
bel law and will vote for Yerkes
How to reconcile these conflicting
statements is what puzzles the
plain everyday honest man We
guess the real fact is that somebody
has done some talking through
his hat and that a lot of wills
rllng to keep up courage is being
lone Our advice to our readers is to
look inutile inatterfrom a sober and
intelligont point of view find out
which party will do the most for
the bost interests of the people who
tro not politicians then quietly
cast your ballots for tho men who
represent the sido your reflections
lonviixco you is right and soc that
your ballot is counted
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tThe
The
TheGreat
Great
GreatVariety
Variety of
Pretty
Fall
FallGoods > r
Goods
GoodsAnd
And
AndOur
Our
OurLow
Low
LowPrices
Prices
PricesFills
Fills
FillsOur
Our
OurStore
Store
Storeri
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ofPurchasers
Purchasers
PurchasersOur
Our stock
in every
Line is
Larger ndt
more Complete
this season
than any
before
We make
a great
effort to sell
the kind
of goods that
Please and
giveSatisfaction
Satisfaction
SatisfactionGall
Gall and see
our goods
as we like to
show them
C KagN in
Bro j
pI A ir IF
Go to
MSTAGG BACON
Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street
I For Your Pall Hardware
Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement
Meat Cutters Loaded Shells
c Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove
Pipe Lanterns Matches Family
Scales Buckets Iron Roofing
Barbed Wire Etc
t
j Stagg
N A
D
I
I SCHOOL TIME 1 I
IIs here and so are all our boys and girls
SCHOOL SHOES s
i You have often wished you could find a
shoe that would look well on your boys
or girls foot and yet would stand the
I hard wear school children give You
will find just this shoe at our store thisI
fyenr
Try Us On Your School Shoes
This fall We think you will find we
can give you better shoes for the money
Ithan you have been getting elsewKe S
Boys shoes sizes 11 12 to 2
Boys shoes sizes 2 12 to 5 12
III Girls shoes sizes 8 12 to 11y
11I
i LOOK OUT F RMERSI
A swindle is reported from van
ous parts of the country of which
farmers will do well to beware
The agents offer a churn which 1
they claim will increase the yield of J
butter from any given quantity of i
milk and they offer to prove this
assertion Chemicals it appears
are slipped into tho milk and
cream when the purchasers backI
is turned and the butter comes
more quickly and in greater volume
than it usually does on the prom
ises Invaded Of course the result
ant mass Is not puro butter but the
agent collects his money and de
parts before the fraud is dl cov
ered
FOR RENTMy house In South
Frankfort eight rooms and kitchen
water and gas G BARRETT
38 tf
I FOR SALE
100 ncros of land about 2ty milt s from Frank
fort a short distance off tno LonlsvlHo turn
pllco on old Harrodsburg road It hue consld
ornmo timber with a plonty of spring water
tun well taken cart of and 18 pronouacct1
good tnl seen land by a great many Fartloa
Soodifllmcco u location call nnd invcatifmto
> JAMES H RODGERS
InvOIItlgl1toI
Sopt Ulm
S 55
Bacon r I
1J0 to 200
125 to 250
IJDO to 175 I Irl
125 to 200 t Cil
I School Clothes
For the boys Our tables are stacked
IFor with good suits nothing but good 1 r
I suits no matter whether you pay 250
or 600 for the suit you want it is a
good onethe best that can be sold for
the price Knee pants suits sizes 7 to
16 200 to 600 Young mens suits
sizes 15 to 20 500 to 1300 Display
in window
R K McCLURE SON
KENTUCKYFRANKFORT v F
THE MOST EXCITING
CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS
IS NOW ON
Everybody must have a
Daily Paper
The Campaign
Offer of 100
From Now to Nov 15
made by
THE LOUISVILLE
EVENING POST
BY MAIL ONLY
The only unbiased and
Impartial dally In the
South b
REGULAR RATES
One month SOc
Three month 125
Six Months 200
Twelve Mortlis3O0 f
Send for Sam le Copies
THE EVa ilNO POSTA
Louis llle Kytt
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