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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 12 June 1886

5& ;. s $. ' I 7fl s? if FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Bald Knob The Frnnklln county Teacher's Association meets here tndny The teachers will dine this noon at Central Park in the open air All foreign guests will sup at the 'first table" after which the loose stragglers may gobble up the stray scraps. The Gtrnnd Union Sunday-school will c)oso its doors for the present, evening, for reasons whicli will be explained hereafter. Mr. Newt. Harrod tenders tho teachers the free use of his famous Central Park. M r. Harrod is a generous young gentleman and prince. Thanks to your learned reportoriae at Pea Ridge for his brilliant compliments tendered the rccenffestal magnificence" at Bald Knob. The Union Sunday-school increases its weekly mammoth meetings by vast numbers. Prof. Tracy will deliver his farewell address on to-morrow at three o'clock. Mrs. Susan Lee has taught the birds of the air to come down from their aerie and perch on her hands She is truly a naturalist. Where is there a widow e...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 June 1886

i- S8f Iff'' kit- ' ! Ai v I .4' Jtl'Jor m k V l&V i W w , iir' .- ' . feu & ' l r 'i vw Jt . (, , Jh 1 ; V'f ' ftp1 . &? ' Tl .'.e Fra nkfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volufe IX. FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 19, 1886. Number A Q. Foil Rknt. A nent frame cottage of four rooms, located on Conway streot. Apply at this nfflw w Tho programme for tho service of song at the First Presbyterian church cveuhff will be unusually flue. All arc invited o Mr. Dan. Glanton, linvin? received on nsignmcnt as U. S. Storekeeper, has sold out interest in the livery and teaming business to Mr. J. M. Watts. Miss Leila whospant last winter in this eltyt vlaitinpr her cousin, Miss Sue IJ'.nh, was Thursday, nt her home in Ilnwesville, to Hon. W. T. Tevin, Representative from aiiidlscn county. neat frame cottage, located on Shelby street, lot 23 by 03 feet, with water in tne yum, mm un srtle. Will take $(i0) cash Apply to .... Ji...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 June 1886

vs .,,,. VS' W ft, ( li Srt k K &. 1,1 & &Ilffih' am Ear m Wok ' WBtt ' GEORGE A. LEWIS. Semitic ssiea. er. FRA.NKF011T. JUNE IS). 1880. T3ie Centesusial. Frankfort was laid off as a town and a ferry established in the fall of 17S5, and her first Centennial will be held with appropriate ceremonies on the(ith of next October. Frankfort will keen open doors and be at home to nil who may attend on that occasion. It is proposed to conduct the entire ceremonies on a plane that will command the approbation of all good people and make this the most noted event in the history of the Capital of Kentucky. Col. John Mason Brown will give the statistical address, giving an of the material facts of the ry, and Major Stinton will read 10l stanzas of poetry, devoting 1 stanza to each of the 100 years, thus drawing a picture of the entire century in voise. Hon. George V. Triplett, Editor of the Capital, will also prepare a centennial ode, and Mrs. Jennie C. Morton will deliver a centenn...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 June 1886

It!"' &Sfcr si . fc ffy F K kr; i j j 1' lis r.w5$ PFV rrg y' - ,' aillJm iMUlUm.1 MHJ1WI I WMMMIMM l?R A IMPORT lnrTNhA ROUT Mr J- Gn,y McLtnin, Private Score- In reply i lib request lor the tnry to Stntt Auditor Fayette Ilewett, graphs of our diiRirent correspondents, FRANKFORT. JUNE 10, 188G. A. li. Hiurtmoncl, the candidate for County Clerk, has been keeping books for W. L. Pence for seven years, and is in every way well qualiiled for the position.' Mr. Saint C. J. Page, youngest son of Mrs. June Page, of this city, died Thursday evening at hU home near Payne's Depot, Scott cou'lty, after an illhess of twelve month's duration. The remains were brought to this city yesterday afternoon and Interred in the family lot in the eemetyry. Mr. Pat. Callahan and Miss filler Conway eloped from this city on Friday morning of last week and were married in' Jefferson vil In. The. returned to this city Suwliv evening, on the C. & 0 train, and have settled doWn to married life, having r...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 19 June 1886

SSBKii'n I 'FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, m 'JWrr SSL .- R Mi Wv V- iv 'it $ vu it . m Pea R5sljc. Tobacco planting nnd suitable) er. Gardens nil doing well; vegetables plentiful. Corn looking well, cul wormnll left. Thoy were afraid of meeting Capt. ' Tracy and being warned in to work on tlie comity road. Improvements in fence iwbitewusbed, n slied nnd old stable torn down, nil due lo the fact tint the court will soon locate a pike for us. ( This is a very pious coniiiniiiu.v, meetings being in progress at several of the Churches within live milef caused the Uidge to be almost deserted last Sunday. The small boy went to a srroeeiy in Frankfort, made his purchases mil Mr. Grocer gave him a lie and eight sticks of candy. What store was it? The boy will tell you for half share? ot pie and can lv. Lo-' oit, grocery mm, for a pi Mission oi boys. Considerable dissatisfaction exist-? among those who are called out to work the roads, especially thoe who live on the turnpike and never ee the road t...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 June 1886

Iw''' I MP mm - fc :-M :, '!) tr, - frl r n ( Jk Frankfort Roundabout. (QEOROEA LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR "Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE-26, 1886. Number 4&? Personal. i.vi. T,. n. Pninnni. of Ashland, is K visiting her mother in this city. KA- Miss Lizzie Phythiun, of Newport, is Sa visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Will Ltndsey returned Friday from the "University of Virginia. Miss Belle Giltner left yesterday for . Bourbon county to visit relatives. Miss Jennie McDonald is at home from school at Nazareth Academy. John D. Woods left Tuesday G)rning for n visit to friends in Bowling Green. Mr. T. Jr. Porter and wife, of Covington, are visiting relatives in this city Mr. Jas. F. Meek, wife and daughter, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting friends in this city. Mrs. Margaret McEnnis left day morning for Columbia, :i'"- sylvania, to visit her mother. TV Willlimi TTimi Hnrris. of Grav- fion Springs, has been in the city for Rft...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 June 1886

-i t " '- it it- ? ft I m v 8 I. aft. , re,' K - iWK ,.w ,v. tf fe I; FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered attlie post-office at Eranklorti Kentucky asuicond class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, FRANKFORT, JUNE 20, 188G. Deatli of Hon. S. I. M. Major. It is with no ordinary sadness that we take up our pen to chronicle the fact set forth in the heading to this article. Samuel Ira Hunger Hajor was born at the suburban residence of his father, S. I. H. Hajor, sr. (the house standing where the residence of Mrs. E. 0. Williams now stands), in September, 1830, thus making him in his 5(ith year. His mother was Miss Hartha Bohannan, a refined, accomplished, and highly educated lady. After having acquired a thorough and extended classical and collegiate education, he devoted a few years to teaching and surveying. His tastes running in a literary line, he became, about 1850, associated with Mr. Win. Tanner in the publication of the Ken tucky Yeoman, and continued one of its editors and proprietor...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 June 1886

W.tJt'','" maim uiaa hah . . i MVSm4 Mi r Wn Mil I mot?' a i MtSkv ' t j & rvs 'y FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, JUNE 20, 188G. Republican Ticket. August election, issc. For Oounty Judgo, WM. II. MUMUY. For Circuit Cork, JUNIE TODD. For County Olork, A. B. HAMMOND. For County Attornoy, I3AAC T. WEST. For Assessor, DAVID DALTON. For Coroner, 0. C. MERCHANT. For Juilor, ELI MoDANIEL. For School Commissioner, LEMUEL WENTWORTH For Magistrates, First District, J. B. LEWIS, '. W. P. EMERSON. For Constable, First District, W. S. SAFFELL. The marriage of Mr. J. Gray McLean, Private Secretary to Gen. and Miss Lutie Stanton, the handsome and stylish daughter of Maj. H. T. Stanton, took place at the residence of the bride's parents, South Frankfort, on Thursday evening, at 8J o'clock. The wedding was strictly private, there being only a few intimate friends of the couple present. The ceremony was performed by Rev. G. C. Kelley, of the Methodist Church. Quite a number of handsome and cost...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 26 June 1886

:v P- & W r f i - fir FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Forks of Ellcliorn. Too much ruin. Corn is weedy. Wheat is damaging. Raspberry cobblers Oh my! The barley harvest is about over. Col. Ike Wingate is quite sick. "Woodlake comes to the front with her ten cent cigar. Dr. Guinn reports his practice increasing He has about forty cases. Mr. Con. McCarty has considerable business in this section of the county. Wonder what's up? Miss Annie Thompson, of Stedman-ville, has? returned homo from a short visit to Woodford county. The latest thing in Woodlake in the business line is the training school for dogs. Harry Cohorn, principal. Squire Bohannan. of Frankfort, passed through our village last Friday week en route for Georgetown. "Great Scotts! Has my new route been discoverd," ejaculated Mr. G. S., of S , when he read our last issue. Dr. J. S. Coleman has returned from a short visit to Paris. The Doc says the smiles ot the Bourbon girls are bewitching. Mrs. Cornelius Cox, nee Nellie Sted-man, ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 3 July 1886

tvV:;v.' ; ''w . ' :' - ". .-, '..-- . p rFte rankfort Roundabout. I 9S -4 LEWIS, Publisher. DEMOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ' , mi - m i& Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., JULY 3, 1886. I$V..i There will be pmichlng by Ilev. war iiobt ill lW 33. Qikhvcll, at .tin Frank I in to-morrow, July ltl, at ,'):.'() n. m. m ,., The repairs upon the Soi t em byterlan Cnurch will be completed 'dav and the usual services will be held i ": there to-morrow morning and evening. fa1 I The Mikado f0mpany will go to 'r ; 'Versailles on Tuesday evening and '? . give the good people of that place one ''' of the finest entertainments they have I.A W'WYJ" """"" Mr. John Will Johnson lias '.i n'hfluprl tlw intnrcst of Judire W. L. Jett " ...... .,..,. y.w. .-. ; ,lHicfii"J i ,Co , on Shelby street, and wjll con tinue the business alone. .'- $i i .. T!,n T,.-..-li-! M.IMvlnK' rif lif 711111- 'l,t. "(!,......', ...ill .rJt'l .1 limnli of tlwi 1,'IWI Wiuiui ' " "" " on Monday, .Jiu...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 3 July 1886

v fif r. " . 'i.. rr ' s . 4 i- ST v. '!. v lJalv?lllJo.wull,JMJ'lifclt:t,a.'llJfalM.tWaJilliftl.l3.I FKAMMUT KUflNUAHUUT. Knercd at the at KmnVlort, Kentucky asH'.contl vlim matter. GEORGE A. LEVIS. Edit : c a9. r'la.Tclicior. FIUNKFORT. JULY fl. 1880. By n mistake of the makeup lat week, the Republican county ticket appeared at tlie head of our eolnmiH on tlie second page, instead of as an advertisement. Tliq Roundabout te not a political paper, and will never bo while under its present management. While wo have our individual opinions on political matters and propose to act upon them, we cannot be induced to run a political paper. o The Odd Fellows' celebration at Winchester Wednesday was a grand affair, and several thousand people from adjoining counties were Canton Berrry and a number of members of Capital Lodpc went up from this city, accompanied bSchnider's Band, and Cantons and r,fulcrpg were present from Lexington, Mays 'Hie, Covington, Jit. Sterling, P and Richmond, and al...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 3 July 1886

"v &' r O ' V 11. mfi - ms M 1 2a jitratrtif ; .a " ' - 7 , I kW lf l.U ir v?. .- 1 - dfWt tmvimnmuwii iiu.TJajiMaKwuwM PKAMFORT UOUNlrABUUTf FRANKFORT, JULY 0, 1880. Monday will bo generally observed ns the Fourth by our citizens. ... 9' Gen. P. W. Ilnrdin lent a fine Jersey cow, GUlcdKO I3mmty, from milk fever 1 Sunday, which lio valued tit $)ol). Mr D (.'. K.mott, formerly of the ' Yeontau. has accepted the position of foreman at the Capital otllee, and went to work on A I outlay. Mrs Hoot", of this county, entertained Misses Fannie M. ilenidon and Julia Dixon at tea, at her residence, on Tuesday evening. Wiilie I'.itUc, a little son of Mr. J. il. Paitie, fell from a fence near hN father's residence in Houth Frankfort, Tuesday, and broke his right arm in two places. That distinguished jurist and statesman, Hon. David Davis, ox-TJ. 8. Senator and justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, died" on Saturday last, and was buried from his home in Dloomington, Illinois, on Tuesday hint. ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 3 July 1886

cs? E. 1 .v WROUGHT IROM OR R.A N &fxSm T "" -".' in i in in iw iiiii f; A number of peddlers are going through the country offering for sale a so-called fS rJ wrought Iron -Range, for which they ask 58; or $63 on time. I have nothing to say about this Range, except that ' The Price is Outrageously of strong cods '- &PJ.'.HI J X 1 i- 1-. TVT 11 ,. maue ui utjst quality iu. Wrought Steel, and having all the ag.. Niiiipriiveiiiciito ivuuvii tu.tiit; uauc lit attached. Prices on Range for 6 if 1ft hole, No. 7, with 32 pieces of trim- k v it K3l I WILL SELL THE! 1 a RANGE SUBJECT TO APP iS, 'LW V y There are few Ranges that will not cook well when set to a good flue. I am agent for Tl Ini And if it does not give satisfaction will take it back. Can give a number of good names p. of some of our best people that are using them. y Jr1 JmOJM: FIFTEEN TO TWENTY DOLLARS And give your money and trade to your home merchant. j , ., JOH1T T- ffi$T .211 ST. CLAIR ST., FRANKFORT, KY. fta ' '...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 3 July 1886

r . k.i i,. ,1 fc I'" ll f rarampn"CTrrrairnTOr aMAO.mjsaigiErarai Educational. The Franklin County Teacher's Association will meet at Peak's Mill, on the 2d Saturday in July, at Switzor the Jth Saturday in July, and at the Pol.-prove school-house on the 1st Saturday in URtist. w'e hope the friends of Common Schools, and especially the teachers and trustees, of the different neighborhoods will turn out and take a lively interest in these meetings. If you want better schools, show it by encouraging the members of this Association in their efforts. Our motto is "Better Schools and Better Teuehers." A Card. Editor Roundabout: I desire to call the Cemetery Cumpany calves are allowed to attention of the to the fact that run at large in the Cemetery and are damaging the graves and the flowers planted by loving hands over the last resting place of their dead. Having occasion a few days since to visit my lot, I was surprised and irrieved to find tracks on nearly every grave in it and many o...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 10 July 1886

i I & 'I ' MP im.- m !l7Pj(7 MKtf Tho score nt the regular weekly shoot of the Spring Jltll Gun Club, July 2d. MatcirSu Knoxvlllc 18 yards ris'J, sreancd trap, was us follows: Pavne .' 18 Morris 17 Price 17 Smith 14 ' Berry 1.1 Murphy 10 L Hume 7 Taylor 7 . Martin 7 Hardin 7 . The Knoxville bird is a "joe darter."' t The practice shoot at tho grounds of the Spring Hill Gun Club, on July 5th, .resulted ad follows: First match at (13 Knoxville blackbirds single eighteen yards riso, " screened trap, was as follows: R. Morris 10 G. L. Payne 22 G. F. Berry 20 J. L. Price 24 43. R. Smith I J Mustin 0 E. E. Hume 8 W. S S.iflell 11 Geo. Alexander. 10 It. A.liDhannan 4 R.lt Crutchor...l(5 It. Church 14 1 Second m itch at 15 double Ligowski ,;Clay Pigeons, from two trapi, 5 yards apart. 15 yards risL, resulted as follows: B. Morris 18 G. L. Payne 24 G. F. Berry 2d J. L Price 1(3 S. R. Smith 12 J. Mastin 20 E. E. Hume 1!) G. Alex.mdor.... 5 It A. Bolmnnnn. 2 It. L. Cruteher...lG H. Church ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 10 July 1886

IKQHfV fci, T , t fcV ;f i ' ' B, i :' A K mi W its .j rf s t V .'r ' V A" ill . J .rMk." I fltJOtSXtOttH FRANKFORT KOUNDAMUT. Elite red At tlic nt KrnnUort, Kentucky as icoml class mailable mnttcr. GEORGE A. LEWIS, IE3ca.it.: r exncl Fvitlicih.cr. FRANKFORT. JULY 10, 1880. These are some of the blessings of the Kentucky river improvement, and her existence. "NVhnt ii glorious and cbrhtlun act it would bo for us nil to bury nil past differences in the grave of the departing century and step into the coming one freeand uninctunbeied and match forward in the new century with the elastic and powerful trend of a united neoolc. This is what wo I need, and our word for it this will he Last year there were broimht to this j tIl0 situation of affairs after our people market 570,001) bushel of coal, through slln lmve worked together as one the medium of the Kentucky river, man for 'three months in preparing the ..,..... "'-" -' details of this entertainment in which far, over 3,000,000. Befo...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 10 July 1886

''" WlJ AN IftfOirP UOUNDABUUT. Jon1' L. Ssolt will addrcM thof ' Eov E. C. Snvngc will beirin a pro - i Cornico Polra 30 conts cnch nt H. 'O PAPPDC ' 9ffi V?''' -i " Teneliers' AwoelnHon at Peak's Mill I traded mooting at Cedar Chapel, near lingers. ( X. JLKJJJ JLLiTvO W S k " " FHAXKFOIIT. JULY 10. 1880. to-day. Farni(lnli, Sunday, July 18th. The iJANT)IATFS Wt ml .. - . . great evangelist of the Louisville con- m ft " !tf. JP ' rr.; M $.: Iiov P. S. Fall will preach at Grassy Spring on next Lord's Day, July 11th, at 11 o'clock. The break in the pump at the water Works was repiirel Monday and the "water again turned into the pipes that afternoon. Mr. Davaie will preach nt the Christian Church tomorrow morning and night hs iHitnl. Night service begins at 8 o'clock. Judge V. II. Holt has rented the residence of Judge (. W. Craddock, oiv Shelby straet, and will take about the first of Septemoer. Miss Fannie Itorndon entertained a few young friends at Grove Farm, near this city, on Fr...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 10 July 1886

ra Vf' "1 w w, wa bi !iiltttoMNattlteiMMNtttfiafcMi ? I er Br S E. ET, ,t : H as Lv V ; Ev'' " .' Frankfort roundabout. Forfes of Bflkliorn. Hot niul dry. Buttor scarce. Potatoes plentiful. Oats ready to harvest. Threshing has commenced. First load of ww wheat at EllihOrri jMills July G. , . , . Cholera Is claying the ehickbhs around here . Mrs. Cornelius Cox has been ijuitti sick for the "pact week. ., Mr. Mace Tjiieas visited Loutevilte this week oil business , , .... Born,-Oly 0, to the wild Of Mr. Wash Troxwell, a (laughter . Mrs. 3ohn fierce, of Pctk'd Mill is Visiting relatives at AVoodlake. Pugh, of Soott umtnty, U visiting her sister, Mn. Win, Ireland. Mlfe4 MnsrRle Allen, of StodniiiliyilltV is Visiting her sister, Mrs. SdUtli Trliii kit'- . ;..,. Misses Nellie Trabiie and Willie Hobb are visiting Miss Josie Murphy sand sister. ,. . . Ul, AT- A Cln1,vnt1 id nil flifi iHlJ luSt 'this week love sick sinking fa4l, (hopes of recovery. . v . t Miss Gertrude Sharp, Who resides ne...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Frankfort roundabout. — 17 July 1886

a '.! T A J" "v3 m j The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR & i Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY.,'JULY 17, 1886. Number ;4 iw nnMMfwi'liii.ii,!i,i' i.wimiui"jw in i n. J 'J.ll.'. r Trr' f" ""T'""-' "i"" 1M '""-''"' '-'"' "'"iiliAJtViUU iftMm VJmWXX.'jn!iai t" tf w s, s it f - ' k m " Pt'L - y it. Almost every person has some form ' t of scrofulous poison Intent in his vein6?. When" this poljiii develops into sores, ufera? or eruptions, rheumatism, miO?or&rtnlt' disiwses, the suffering is terrible. Hence the gratitude of tlne who discover that Ayer's will eradicate this evil. Forks of JSIklioni. Mrs. Ben. Warren, of Louisville, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Thonvis B:iker, of Woodlake, is reported quite sick with flux. Mrs. Murray and Mm Calvin Greenup are on the sick list this week. Misses Sue- and Lotta Innis spent last Monday with Mrs. J. H. Burdin. Mrs. Button, ofPrankfort, is visiting Mrs. L. J Cox, a...

Publication Title: Frankfort Roundabout, The
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