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The Frankfort roundabout. (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, September 15, 1900, Image 3

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DEATHS
FjRAZIER At McCoy Orogon
on Friday Mr Lucion B Frnaler
brother of Mr Oodrgo E Frazier of
t llH county
SHYIn Louisville on Saturday
MrBZorolda Shy widow of the
lato Mr W Thos Shy aged 40
years Mrs Shy was a splendid
woman a Christian in conduct nml
life She was married to Mr Shy
d
r in 1871 and hnd been a loving an 1
y devoted wife until ho passed away
SS about a year ago She had heon in
v
F ibacl health for some time and
i never recovorod from tho shock of
fher husbands death She leaves
t one son Mr Slineon J Shy and
two stepsons Messrs Ira S and
Wm A who were devoted to her
and to whom she was a tender an ci
t f loving mother The funeral ser
vices took place from the Cemetery
Chapel on Sunday morning at
1045 services being conducted by
Rev George Barsie her pastor
F after which the remains were placed
iby the side of her husband in our
cemetery Many friends attended
the burial I
LEWIS On September 6th 1000 r
Air L Walker Lewis aged 82 years
arid 2 days breathed his last He
leaves a wife four sons and two
daughters F E Lewis L S
I SI
Lewis H R Lewis Robert Lewis I
Mrs James Brawner and Mrs M
L Lecompte two sistersMrs R
W Oliver and Mrs Jennie Pols
grove He was born and reared in
this county Ho was an honest nian
the noblest work of God Hb vai
one of five brothers Messrs Win
him S John P JamesyM and
l < Robert Ball of whom have pre
ceded him to the grave His funeral
y service was conducted by Rev H
L thPolsgroveand his remains I
8 > were laid to rest in our beautiful
c cemetery I
f Thy work is nil done thy toils nil are oer
The sorrows of earth thou wilt fool no more
A name untarnished aUto true and pure
err > Thou host left on earth theyll ever endure
P
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LONG At her home in this
2county on Wednesday Mrs Nan
nieLong aged 64 years She leaves a
husbandsix daughters and two sons
to mourn her death The funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev Geo
Dafaie on Thursday at the ceme
tery and the remains were buried
there
BIRTHS
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CAINIn Versailles to Mr J
Andrew Cain and wife nee Mc
boysr
I DELIGHTFUL
I The change in the weather fol
I lowing up the blow of Tuesday has
5 been perfectly delightful lowering
I I P the temperature until cover has
I J been very acceptable at night What I
s proved so disastrous to our brethren
at Galveston has given us a blessed
1s relief from oppressive heatI
DREAMERi I
1 Theres nothing half so sweet in lifeI
a u loves young dream The old song
songf I
livei
i immune from the hurts and ills which I
vex common humanity In their esti
r mate of household
expenses theres
no place for a
r e doctor And very
often when the
dream dissolves
they find that the
doctors bill the
one thing they
theydidnt
didnt count theyI
iinow the one
thing thata as
rentas
and taxes And
many times it is
money wasted
Dr Pierces Fa
vorite Prescrip
lion will do for a
woman and her
womanly ills
practically every
thing that can be
caez
r tor or medicine
It regulates the
ode dries de
bilitating drains
r and cures inflame
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It makes childbirth easy and thousands
thousandsof
of nursing mothers have testified to its
4 propertiesIt
It contains no alcohol neither opium
cocaine or other narcotic
Mrs Annie Blacker of 619 Catherine Street
Syracuse N Y writes Your medicines have
kjone wonders for me For years my health was
ty poor I had four miscarriages but since
Sir Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and
plden Medical Discovery I have much better
alth and now I have a fine healthy baby
Free Dr Pierces Common Sense
Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent
free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps
to pay expense of mailing only Address
Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N YI
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I IMPBOVEMENTS
Tho Gldro pondt on Campbell
street which has so long been a
menace to the health of that sec
tion of tho city has boon drained
and will be filled up making a nice
building lot
Mr H Waggoner is rebuilding
1his storeroom on Broadway which I
was destroyed by fire on the morn
ing of tho 4th of July
MrW T Rending is adding some
twenty feet to the rear of his store
room on Broadway which will
make a very substantial and useful
addition which ho needed In order
to contain his large stock of china
land glassware
Our mechanics of all kinds are
finding plenty of work to keep
keepl
There is a great scarcity of labor
on the farms hereabout to enable
the proprietors to house their to
bacco and complete hemp cutting
No man who really wants to work
can complain that he can not find
employment Only tramps and loaf
ers can put up that plea now
HISS GIBBONS BENEFIT
Dont forget that Miss Katie Gib
bons will bo tendered n benefit on
Tuesday evening next September
18 The best of our local musical
talent will take parr in this enter
tainment and there is no doubt that
it will be flrstjclass In every way
Miss Gibbons is now in Cincin
nati but will be at home In ample
time to take part in the entertain
iriont
2 A large number of tickets have
been sold butsome good seats still
remain which can be secured by
applying at once
Mrs J MVanDerveer Mrs Geo
Berry and Mrs J Buford Hon
drick will act as patronesses for
the occasion
Idrick
A feature will be the rendition by
the orchestra for their first num
ber of the Elks March composed
by Dr W E Baxter of this city
This march is being played by some
of the famous bands and leading or
chestras of the east and is being
programed nightly at a number of
New York City theatres
MILLVILLE
Mr Francis Johnson is in bed
quite sick
Mr John Trumbo and wife have
gone to Tatham Springs
Miss Hettie Johnson has gone to
HighSohool
School
SchoolMisses
Misses Gaines and Ross of Louis
ville after visiting their aunt Mrs
Elisha L Partee have returned
homePastor
Baptist
tist Church will preach on Sunday
after a two months vacation
Mr John Brown and daughter of
Louisville visited the family of
Mr Van Johnson this week
There were four additions to the
Christian Chucrh during the meet
ing just closed which was conduct
ed by Elder Jasper Stafford They
were baptized at Darnells Mill
Mr W C Tutt and wife of Nich
olasville were guests of Mr W T
Tutt this week
1W are sorry to report Mr W T
Tutt still in poor health
The pupils of Miss Anna Johnson
wore given an entertainment on
Saturday They amused themselves
with Ramos until 5 oclock when
refreshments wore served
We were sorry to learn of the
death of our friend Mrs W Thos
Shy which occurred In Louisville I
on Saturday Several of our people
attended the funeral at the Ceme
tery Chapel on Sunday morning
The services were conducted by
Rev George Darsie her pastor
SEMAJ
SAFE THANK GOD
The very gratifying news came
on Thursday night that Col L J
Barrolli
and sisterinlaw Mrs Nellie Sted
man Cox escaped the fury of the
Galveston hurricane and are safe
notwithstanding the fact that a1
house diagonally across tho street
from them was destroyed and then
whole family occupying it were
drowned
The many friends of those good
people with ono accord exclaim
Tharik Goil
KENTUCKY CONFERENCE
The Kentucky Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church South
will meet with the church at Nich
olasvillo on Wednesday September
10Tho
The various committees will meet
on Tuesday morning preceding the
assembling of the Conference
ConferenceJ
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We re T
Making
Extra preparation to
do a largfe business
this fall and we are
not going to let
any grass grow un
der our feet We
have been in busi
ness in Frankfort for
116 Years I
And we have in that
many years enjoyed
a very satisfactory
trade thanks to the
good people of
Frankfort and Franklin
lin county and we
like all progressive
merchants are anx
ious to increase our
business a n dw e
know what the pub
lic expects
Good Goods
er THE
Bignt Plic8S
Satisfaction or your
money back that
has always been our
motto We want you
to bear in mind
that we are at all
times anxious to show
you our large line of
Silks Wool Dress
Goods Cloaks and
Notions whether you
are ready to buy or
WeItzel not
ODone11Agents
Agents Standard
Patterns
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Ellendale Commercisil
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Near Curdsvillc Ky
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A Boarding School for Boys and Young Men A
who wish to study f
Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Sho
Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic
The college is located in one of the most healthful and refined noiRhborhoOd i
Dnvieas county remote from nil temptations and distractions of city or jj
1town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure n
good position Catalogues free Reopens 4
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opens September 10 1000 j
J E Gardiner A M Pres M
July 21Om CURDSVILLE KT
Jo Our Did Friends and PatronsTj
We have opened the only exclusive funeral and embalming
parlors in the city and with our long experience an
modern equipment will be able to render unsurpassed sor
vice Our Friends and the public generally are cordially
invited to call and inspect our apartments rj
i4dSpecIal
Graham residence 218 Todd Street phone 247 and B C
Graham residence 428 Shelby Street < JI
Chapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Rublei
Tire Funeral Car
Your rjRespectfully
Respectfully
Mrs A Jud Graham Son
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Telephone 247 334 Main St Opp Engine House Ffankfo
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Summer i
Excursions 1
The Queen Crescent
Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk
lines Pennsylvania Lines GR I Big 4 Route C H D
C O and Erie railways handling through traffic expeditiously
to all summer resorts of the North
Special Low Excursion Rates
Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen
Crescent via Cincinnati to
Chautauqua Niagara Palls Thousand Islands
PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac
and all other summer resting places on
Mountain Lake and Seashore
A New Ticket to Mackinac
You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take
you to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manitou to Mackinac re tiY
turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C H D Ry to
Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered
The famous resorts of the South are also open now The sea Y
son at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and Rheai
Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known 14
Queen dr Crescent trains arc palaces of travel Through Pullman sleepers daily from
all southern cities trains observation and chair curs from Chattanooga Rome and
Attalla on day trains Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga on night trains Fast
schedules perfect track No smoke no dust no cinders
Bend 10r free information us to summer resorts and Queen Crescent service to 0 L
I Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Tenn or call upon your ticket agent
W J MURPHY General Manager W C R1NEARSON Genl Passenger Agent
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