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The Frankfort roundabout. (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, September 15, 1900, Image 6

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Is proverbial The endurance of the popularity of our Watches 0 r
t is not founded on any whim of the people but on the merits and
general excellence of the articles we sell Our new fall line of y I
Matches is by all odds the richest and most comprehensive line
reve have yet shown It includes everything in Gold and Filled YS
that may be desired and the opportunity for selection is the
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7 rnon rHOiOGJAPn TAKEN AUG i 1900 I
a STATELY AND BEAUTIFUL I
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MANUFACTURES AND LIB
rERAL ARTS BUILDING FOR
THE PANAMERICAN EX
V POSITION
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4 The building to bo devoted to
Manufactures and Liberal Arts at
I the Pan American Exposition in
Buffalo next year is of the same
r general proportions as the Machin
l ery and Transportation Building j
These two splendid structures are
It Bn opposite sides of the Court of
t e Fountains and aro the largest
f buildings of the Exposition each
> covering more than four acres The
J i western frontage of the Manufac II
jg Lures and Liberal Arts Building I
on the Court of the Fountains i 3
i > 85G feet and on the Mall at the I
Ipaorth Is 500 feet The Agricultural
4 Building is its nearest neighbor at
the north while on the east side is
the Grand Canal and beyond it the
4 live stock displays A bridge spans
Ptno canal at the eastern entrance
1 Slpn the south Is one of the beautiful
subordinate courts known as the
k Court of Cypresess with fountains
feband floral displays shrubs lawns
= and other decorations This court
c separates the building from the I
ANNOUNOED
J Ron E H Taylor jr has an
nounced his candidacy for the State
I Sic Senate from the district composed 1
W of Anderson Franklin and Mercer f
Sfcounties Mr Taylors long ex
frperienco in public affairKcomniQnc J
ing wIth his service as Mayor of
f this city then Representative from
Psttie county and for a whort term as I
+ Senator eminently fits him for tholf
position to which he aspires I
The people of this district wQuld
make no mistake in electing Mr
feTaylor to the position 1
fe AN APT RETORT 1
nan article In one of the recent I
magazines on John Wesley many
ilittlo known phases of tho cliarac
jVerbf the founder of Methodism are
brought out His quickness of re I
partee is illustrated by an anecdote I
of his reply to lb boor i 1
Wesley met the fellow in a narrow j
IpasBway I never make way for f
n fool II insolently said thin man
Wesley drew up to one side made a J
most courteous bQW and replied
fwlYs do I 1
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I Ethnology and Government Build J
Ings An important feature of the work I
Is a spacious central court 184x1764
feet containing a large pool where I
a fountain Imparts an expression of
life to the scene About the pool
are winding paths richly bordered
with flowers plants and shrubbery
with hero and there comfortable
settees to invite the visitors to rest
Four broad aisles will load from the
four main entrances of the big build
ing direct to tho court where the
fountain will form tho central at
traction and which may be seen
from the several distant points
The exterior of the building is
strikingly graceful and beautiful I
The style is a free treatment of tho
Spanish Renaissance with high
vaulted loggias on all sides con
necting corner pavilions wi h theI
four main entrances A conspicuous
and highly ornamental feature ofI
the building is a high dome flanked
by four square open towers over
the southern or main entrance Tho j
entrance which Is approached by
broad steps between large groups of
statuary IB a high arch with two
tall columns on each side Above
the arch elaborate high relief work
enriches tho broad gable Statuary
symbolizing the various arts and L
ANOTHER > CANDIDATE I
Popular and genial Billy Crom I
well is out In a card announcing
his candidacy for Senator from
this district In tho course of his
ItmcntlonR
mentions the fact that ho was II se C
lected toII fly for linfotjpwhen I
Taylors soldiers chn ediho Leg
islature like cattle through th I r
streets t
streetsWe always know Billy was a
humorist but this is allowing his d
propensity for fun to crop out in an
unexpected place
STORMS WORK NOT CONFINED
TO TEXAS
The West India hurricane which I
did so much damage at Galveston i
did not confine its work of destruct >
tlon to that section alone It drovo >
its way into the lake region de
stroying shipping and a number of t
lives It then went to tho Now <
England coast where it inflicted
damage to the extent of several r
million dollars r
Industries are placed in niches and
at the angles of the several open
towers above tho entrance All the
entrances are of beautiful design
and the broad ornamental cornices I
cornicesI
fancy flag standards and finials en
hance the attractiveness of tho gen
eral aspect Color will be much
used to give a certain air of gayety
to tho dignified edifice
The towers of the building may
bo reachedby open air staircases
The dome Is 70 feet in diameter and
the galleries which encircle It are
so arranged that one may have a
good view of the crowd and the
general Interior The dome is larger
thats
lof Santa Maria de a Salute Venice
and contains a whispering gallery
equal to St Pauls in London The
ceiling IB decorated with colors
die
ameter like the stairs in the tower
of St Marks Venice up which
Napoleon rode his horse or those
in SI Peters Rome by which you
ascend to the dome and balcony
The building is lighted from the
windows in the loggia and around
tho inner court and from skylights
The exterior of the building will
be of staff with metal the roofs
The architects are Shepley R tan
and Coolidge of Boston
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THE NATIONAL PARTY
IA
A convent in of the National
Party whatever that may mean
was held at Carnegie Hall N Y
this week It proceded to nominate I
candidates for President and Vice
President U S Senator Donaldson
Caffcry of Louisiana was nomi
Hated for President and Mr Archi
bald Aiurray Howe of Cambridge
Mass was named for Vice Presi
dent
dentThis
This makes about the eighth j
ticket nominated for these offices
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CIRCUIT COURT
There was virtually nothing done
In the circuit court until Thursday
when tho case of the Common
wealth y James Howard charged 1
with killing Goebol was entered
upon Tho sheriff was out all Thurs j
day afternoon summoning ad 1
ditional jurors
Up to the hour of our going to
press bub little progress had been
made in Bocurjng a jury A
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Flutino photos 2 per dozen The
latest style out Nazor above Ex
press office 61tf
Prevented A Tragedy
Timely information given Mrs
George Long of New Straitsvllle
Ohio prevented a dreadful tragedy
and saved two lives A frightful
cough had long kept her awake
every night She had tried many
remedies and doctors but steadily
grew worse until urged to try Dr
DrIKinjs
Kings New Discovery One bottle
wholly cured her and she writes this
marvelous medicine also cured Mr
Long of a severe attack of Pneu
mania Such curesare positive proof
of the matchless merit of this grand
remedy for curing all throat chest
and lung troubles Only 50c and
100 Every bottle guaranteed
Trial bottles free at J W Gayles
drug store
Mason jars at 85c a dozen created a
perfect stampede last Tuesday at the
Blue Grass Grocery 51It
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If troubled with rheumatism give
Chamberlains PainBalm a trial It
will not cost you nl cent if it does no I
good One application will relieve
the pain It also cures sprains and
bruises in onethird the time required
by any other treatment Cuts burns
frostbites quinsy pains in tits side
and chest glandular and other swell
ings are quickly cured by applying
It Every bottle warranted Price
25 and 50 cents J W Gayle drug
gist
WJScoilow
Has Removed to
No 231 Him Street
Powers Old Stand
Where he will open up
a big stock of groceries
September 15
JURY SELECTED T
Contrary to all expectations a
jury was obtained in the circuit
CommonI
court In the case of the Common
wealth v James Howard just be I
fore our paper went to press
The following gentlemen are I
members of It
R H Hawkins Wash Crutcher I
J S Wilson A M Duvall Wm
Baker Sam Lewis Marion Web I
ster Saml Coggeswell Jore Tracy
A B Bacon Robt Magruder and
Frank Bacon
BaconA
A GOOD ONE
The following Canadian story is
worthy of reproduction Seven
years ago a farmer in the neighbor
hood of Guolph Ontario says the
Guelph Herald hung his vest in
the barnyard a calf chewed the I
pocket in the garment In which
was a gold watch One day recently
the animal a staid old cow was
butchered for beef and the watch
was found in such a position be
tween the lungs of the cow that tho
process of respiration tho closing
in and filling of the lungskept
tho stem winder wound up and the
watch had lost four minutes in the
seven years Skeptics are Bhowh
the watch in ovidQncoOf tho truth
of tinstoryt
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The ancients believed that rheur
matism was the work of it demon x
hishnrl
had an attack of sciatic or inflamma
tory rheumatism will agree that the
Infliction is demoniac enou Jr to
warrant the belief It has never
been claimed that Chamberlain
Pain Bairn would cast out demons
but It will cure rheumatism and fit
hundreds bear testimony to the truthe
of this statement One application
relieves the pain and this quick re
lief which it affords is alone worth J
Jmnn
W Gayle dru lstI I
A FOLLOWER OF MEASLES In c
many instances a persistent cough
follows an attack of measles In
speaking of this Mr Walter B Beel
editor of the Elkin N C Times f
says Three weeks ago I had an at
tack of measles which left me with a
bad cough I took several doses or
Chamberlains Cough Remedy and
the cough has entirely disappeared r
I consider Chamberlains medicines
saleb
by J W Gayle druggist J
ECZEMA nICHING HUMORS PIMPLES 7
CURED BY B B B
ICURED
Bottle Free to Sufferers
1tresslng
Distressing j
efeel ashamed to be seen In cornpnpy
Do scabs or scales form on the SkiD
Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema
Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form
on the Skin Prickling Pain In the
Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains
PainsSwoUen
Swollen Joints Falling Hair All
Run Down Skin Pale Old Sorest
Eating Sores Ulcers All these art
symptoms of eczema and impurities
and poisons in the blood Take B
B B Botanies Blood Balm which
makes the blood pure and rich B
B B will cause the Bores to heal k
itching of eczema to stop forever the t
skin to become clear and the breath
sweet B B B Is just tho remedy I i
you have been looking for Thor
oughly tested for 30 years Readers
of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to
give H B B a trial For sale by
druggists at 1 per huge bottle six
bottles full treatment t5 Complete
directions with each bottle So suf
ferers may test Ittt trial bottle given
away Write for it Address BLOOD
BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta
AtlnntaGR
ttr Describe ji i
Deserl e your trouhle and fre
personal medical advice given
48ly 2
CASTORIA f
For Infants and Oilldrin
Till Kind You HIYI Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
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Foe SALE u
A sliding window awning Nertw
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Apply nt this office > I
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Mostbeautiful to
beautiful location overlooking both the city an
Kentucky river Brick house ol twelve rooaui
An necrS8ltrr outbuildings and 88 lURES o1
0LlND
MRS WM D HODMAN
Yeti Frankfort Krt
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For Whooping Cough jt
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U Both my children were taken i
With whooping cough writes Mrs
O E Button of Danville III Ar
small bottle of Foleys Honey and
Tar gave such relief that I used a 6k
cent bottle which saved tneadoctors
blll Nothing else so good South
Longmooro W McKee Hurdle
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