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The Frankfort roundabout. [volume] (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, August 13, 1892, Image 2

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SELLING OUT AT COST
' We will
Scissor
Ranies,
sell at cost for cash our general linn of Tinilricr'a Hard warp. f!ntWv.
s, Carpenter's Tools, Farming Implements, Harness, Saddlerv, Whins, Chains,
, Collars, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, Guns, Fishing: Tackle, Black-
smith and Wagon Material, Hopes and Cables,
Salt, Sewer and Flue Pipe, and other articles too
We will sel,l Wall Paper and Shades at, cost
will be charged at regt lar price.
Cor. Main and Lewis
Personals.
Miss Nettie Stone has returned
from Midway.
Miss Alma Miles left yesterday
for a trip to Ohio.
Miss Rose Grittenden is at home
from Oloverport.
Miss Una Marshall returned Monday
from Georgetown.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Saffell spent
last week in Versailles.
Mr. D. A. Adams, of Georgetown,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Harris Johnson, of Louisville,
spent Sunday in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Orutcher have
returned from New York.
Misses Ada and Ora Scottow are
visiting friends near Switzer.
Prof. A. Puller Case attended the
Lawrenceburg Fair this week.
Miss Smith, of 'Versailles, is with
Misses Willie and Lena Stone.
Hon. E M. Mitchell, Senator from
Kansas, was in the city JVionaay I
Misses Maggie and Mary T. Dud-, J
ley are at home irom uovingion.
Mrs. Pat. McDonald and Miss Jennie
spent Monday in Lexington.
Mrs. M. W. Woodson has returned
from a visit to friends in Covington.
Mr. Clay H. Hatchitt, of Scott
county, was in the city Wednesday.
Misa Annie Church, of this county,
is visiting friends in Madison, Indiana.
' Mr. M. Busam and wife have returned
from an extended Eastern
trip.
Master Willie Callahan, of Lexington,
is with iiis grandmother in this
city.
Miss Mamie Dryden left yesterday
morning to visit relatives at Pleasure-ville.
Mrs. Richard Church left Sunday
afternoon for Louisville, to visit relatives.
Miss Hallie B. Todd, of Louisville,
is visiting Mrs. M. J. Lewis, in Belle-point.
Mr. John B. Williams is able to be
out again after an illness of several
weeks.
Master Willie Parker, of Paris, is
visiting Mr. M. Parker, on Arlington
Heights.
Mr. John Hanley lea Monday for a
two weeks' sojourn ac Frencn Lick
Springs.
Mr. Gilbert Mastin left Monday
morning for French Lick Springs,
Indiana.
Miss Ada Miller, of Louisville, Is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. P. H. New
man, Sr.
Mrs. Sue Quinn. of Georgetown, is
viBitintr Mrs. YV. a. uenoney, on
Main street.
Mies Lizzie Orutcher, of Bellepoint,
has returned from a visit to relatives
in Louisville.
Miss Lizzie Hill, of Lexington, is
the guest of Mrs. Kate Patton, on
Cross street.
Mrs. T. M. Turner left Tuesday
for a visit to relatives near Lynchburg,
Virginia.
M4bs Alice Hickey, of Louisville, ii
the guest of Miss Mamie Sullivan, on
Madison street.
Mr. John B. Lindsey and wife left
Wednesday for a trip to Ashville,
North Carolina.
Capt. Sam M.Gaines, of the Covington
Commonwealth, spent Sunday
in this city.
Mrs. Ohas. E. Haff, Mr. Sam. D.
Johnson and wifo, leave Monday
evening for New York.
MIsb Lizzie B. Hodges, of Louisville, ' in
is visiting her Bister, Mra. J. N.
Orutcher, in Bellepoint.
Mr. John M. Banta and wifo
i...4.'j n. Jonfiofh onnivornnrv of
their marriage on Sunday, and quite
c. E, COLLINS
Streets,
a number of relatives from Fayette
county and Lexington spent the day
with them.
Miss Margaret Carroll, of T
who has been visiting friends
here, has returned home.
Misses Cordie JefTers and Ollie
Hookers mith left Wednesday for a
trip to the Mammoth Cave
Mr. Sam Sanders has returned
from a visit to his sister, Mrs. Fred
Brooks, in Syracuse, New" York.
Miss Margaret Carroll returned to
Lexington Monday, after a visit of
several days to friends in this city.
Mrs. Amelia J. Reock, of Newark,
New Jersey, is visiting her son, Mr.
George W. Reock, on the South Side.
Mr. W. B. Thomas, of Anderson,
Ind., spent several days with hiB
mother in this city the first of the
week.
Miss Emma Connor, of High View,
is visiting friends and relatives in
Eminence and New Castle, Henry
county.
Rev. M. G. Alexander, of San An-
tonio, Texas, is visiting his son, Mr.
W. w. Alexander, agent of the L. &
JN. K. H.
Misses Gertrude B. and Anna P.
Ledridge have returned from a
visit to Mt. Sterling and Estill
Springs.
Ivev. Dr. J. McOlusky Blayney and
sons, Llndsoy and Mac, left Wednesday
for a sojourn of several weeks in
Wisconsin.
Miss Matty Henderson returned
home Saturday morning after a visit
of several weeks to friends at Lagrange,
Ky.
MIbb. Annie Semple, of Louisville,
who has been the guest of Miss Ruth
Rodman, at Point Breeze, has returned
home.
Mr. Robert ,P. Pepper, jr., and
sisters, Misses Laura and Maria,
leave Monday for Naragansett Peir,
Rhode Island.
Messrs. W. J. Ohinn and John W.
McEwan are both very ill men and
no hope is entertained lor the re
covery of either.
Mr. J. W. Oaseldine, of Tallapoosa,
Georgia, spent Sunday with his
daughter, Mrs. H. G. Henderson, in
this city yesterday.
Mr. W. H. Averill and daughter,
Miss Rebecca, returned Thursday
from a sojourn of several weeks in
the White Mountains.
Pr. N. J. Sawyer returned the first
of the week from a visit to hia
daughter, Mrs. Hawthorne Hill, on
Long Island, New York.
Capt. W. G. Hunt, of Greenville,
Mississippi, spent Saturday and Sunday
in this city with relatives, on hiB
way home from New York.
Miss Alice Baker, granddaughter
of jthe late Judge Williams, of
Owensboro, is visiting Miss Pattie
Williams on the South Side.
Mr. George Alexander and family,
of Greenville, Mississippi, are visit
ing Mrs. Alexander's father, Hon.
Grant Green, on Main street.
Miss Edith Locke, who has been
the truest of Miss Nellie Orbison for
several weeks, left yesterday for her
home in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Hon. Jas. A. Scott and wife, Miss
Mattle Orutcher, Mr. Jas. Orutcher,
and Mr. John Oassell leave Monday
afternoon for Old Point Comfort.
Messrs. B. S. Hughes, of this
countv. Thos. Hunter, Jake Ahler
and Jas. Sower, of this oity, have
gone to French Lick Springs, Indiana.
Mioses Theresa and- Katie Berry-man,
of Louisville, and Miss "Mamie
Berryman, of Versailles, are visiting
Mrs. Horace Posey, on the South
Side.
Mr. Charles E. Haff writes his wifo
that he has been steadily improving
health since his arrival at the
home of his childhood, near Peru,
Now York.
Mr. W. L. Cannon and family, who
have been residing at Daisy, Tonnes-
boo, and Mr. Howard Orbison, who has
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beea making his homo in Chattanooga,
Tennessee, huve removed to
Elkwood, the farm recently purchased
by Mr. Hiram Berry, near
Midway.
Rev. George Darsie and wife, Gen.
D. W. Lindsoy, Messrs. Geo. L. Payne
and John W. Rodman are at Star
Island, Michigan, having fine sport
fishing for basB.
Mrs. Reuben Wells and Master
Owsley Duncan, who have been visiting
Mrs. Wickliffe Chapman -for several
weeks, left Monday ferhelr
home at Patterson, N. J.
MisseB Laura French and Mary
Campbell Sawyier, of Frankfort,
accompanied by Messrs. Cuss BrookB
and Otis H. Fisk, of Covington, paid
Midway a visit last Saturday. Midway
Clipper.
Mrs.lt. C. Keenon and children and
Miss Lena Stephens have returned
from Kansas City and Mexico,
Missouri, whore they have been
visiting friends and relatives for the
past three months.
MeBsrs. Sam'l R. Smith, ChaB. 0.
and Owen Furr returned Sunday
afternoon from a three weeks' outing
with the Kingfisher Olub in Canada,
looking in splendid health, and rsfc
port having enjoyed a royal time.
The State College military band
left Monday morning for Mountain
Lake Park, Maryland. This band
will furnish the music for the Chautauqua,
which will last two weeks.
Professor Trost accompanied the
boys and the musio will be under his
direction. Among the boys who are
members of the band are Messrs.
Len Hughes, Louis Mulligan, Charley
Norton, Dick Johnson, Will Foley,
Hiram Shaw, jr., Frank Reynold,
Curtis Wise, J. W. Rucker, Charley
Abraham, John Faig, Nathan Newton,
Albert McMicheal. Lexington Leader.
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Franklin Association.
The Frauklin Baptist Association
meets on Wednesday week, August
24th, with Buck Run Church at the
Forks of Elkhorn.
Piano Tuning.
Mr. Charles Vauple, the piano
tuner, will be here next week. Persons
desiring their pianos tuned
should leave orders at W. H. Averill's
drug store.
Born.
In Bellepoint, on Saturday, August
6, 1892, to Dr. J. H. Sullivan and wife,
a daughter, weight 10 lbs.
In thifl city, on Sunday, August 7,
1892, to Mr. Ohas. A. Watts and wife,
a daughter Alice.
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Going: to Leave Vs.
Both Houses of the Legislature
passed a resolution on Wednesday
fixing next Tuesday as the day upon
which they will take a recess until
the, 15th of November. They have
been in session nearly eight
months, and they, as well as the people,
want a rest.
Prof. Case's School.
Prof. Fuller Case has returned from
a two weeks' canvaBS in adjoining
counties, where he has been advertising
his sohool fbr the coming
session. Prof. Case has been in this
city for the past three years and has
ably demonstrated his ability as an
instructor of young men and boys.
Persons having sonB whom they wish
to have thoroughly educated should
give his sohool their consideration
before sending elsewhere.
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If you have a buggy, carriage or
set of harness which needs repairing
take It to the Kentucky Buggy and
Harness Company on east Broadway.
All work promptly executed.
Belting, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
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numerous to mention. '
for cash. All goods sold on time
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BR0.9.
GOOD
ARE IN STORE FOR YOU.
THE GOOD THINGS WE REFER TO ARE Ift
OUR STORE, AND THEY ARE THERE
FOR YOIF AND EVERYBODY. ;
OUR STOCK IS LIKE A STREAM
hundreds take from it, yet it never
diminishes. This, of course, is because
there is a never-dying spring of supply
that fed8 the stream.
SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE
So do sluggish stocks They become
decayed. They are not fit for commercial
use any more than decayed meat.
Finally, they are known as "dead."
CONSTANT MOTION KEEPS WATER
IN THE BEST CONDITION and a
constant flow of trade keeps a stock in
best condition. We have no dead stock,
because our stock never stands still. It
is always flowing out and flowing in.
DO YOU APPRECIATE THE .
TAGE of buying always from a clean, y.
fresh stock of new goods ? If you do,
you can have that advantage by trading ;
with.
R. K. McCLURE,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, &c.
Capital City Business College.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
Southeast corner Main and St. Clair streets,
Thos. B. Ford, President; E. B. Guion, Principal, E. H. Elliott,
Treasurer; G. D. Fendley, Secretary.
Business writing,
Book-keeping,
Arithmetic,
Shorthand,
Typewriting,
Grammar,
Night school from September td June. The backward pupils encouraged. The advancfld tuda
Ilnlflueu. inpiowuBiiwurueu. vvniniuo in
We nave tho best home school ol
Vta;ti:.tikt
Opposite the Farmers Bank.
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Business Correspondence, ; $
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prers. Appucuuon jdboo ior incorporation,
bushaeas tn ta State ol Kentucky,
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