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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yr THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1m is 100 In Advance YOL XXVIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH IB 1905 NO128 i ONLY 3000r This elegantly tail Iored Silk Suit mide extra good quality Taffeta a beautiful shade of Brown for 30Also have them in Black and other shades with short or long coats the very latest styles at 25 to 40 Silk Shirt Waist Suits Of these we have quite a variety in changeable shades neat checks stripes and figures all sizes special values 1250to 30L- ADIES TAILOR MADE CLOTH SUITS Panama Serges and shurpbJouse ium length Jacket sizes 84 to 4215 TO 35 COVERT JACKETS We have a large assort molt to choose from all tightfUtingtrimming5 TO 25 WALKING SKIRTS Never have we shown such a large variety as this season in the mater ials as follows Panama Serges Lustres Cheviots Coverts and Cravanetts Extra values350 TO 25We are also showing a large variety of Silks for Shirt Waist Suits beauti ful patterns in Plain Taf feta Changeables Chif fon Taffeta Peau do Cygne etc special values 60c TO 150 per yard Our stock of Dress Goods will please you We are offering special values SerIges Calland see what we are showing C KAGIN BROi No 4143 St Clair Street At Bridge f Frankfort JIf 4 ii 1tri COMMITTED SUICIDE Mrs James Flynn aged 25 an employo of the Kentucky River Mills living on North Wilkinson street shortly after her return from the on Dionclav even ing took a dose of carbolic acid from the effects of which she died about 4 oclock on Tuesday morn ing Domestic troubles caused the tragedy Surgeons rendered all assistance possible but in vain BUYS A HANDSOME LOT Dr 1 A Posey has purchased from the Berry estate a handsome lot on Second street between Main and Logan and will soon begin the erection of a cozy home TUESDAYS ALARM An alarm from box 21 called KentuckyJournal 450 oclock on Tuesday after noon Smoke was issuing from the wall where a burning flue was situated No damage Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Saccewf treatment for blood and elfin diseoMf THANKS Mr George Penn has placed us under obligation for a bottle oi byhimsefsome ten or twelve years ago Mr Penn made a barrel of this wine and sent it to his father before his death It is used alone for medicinal purposes and has helpfulWe our sincere thanks to him THANKS Our old friend and schoolmate Mr Alex W Macklin whp is now in Florida has placed us under obligations for a copy of recent Florida papers They are filled with accounts of the pros perity of the flowery State We are glad to know that our friend is enjoying his stay there He will please accept our thanks for his consideration A wheelmans tool bag isnt complete without a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Heals spraiusMonarch STAMPING GROUND We regret to learn that the venerable Squire J S Lindsay is in n hopeless condition his death being hourly looked for Mr D C Robinsons flock o sheep were raided by dogs on Saturday night and fifteen killed and a number more maimed Mr Ollie MoFarland a near neighbor of Mr Robinson was nightAndnecessity for a dog law Owing to the heavy and contin nod rains farming operations are greatly delayed But few tobacco beds have been burned as yet The Democratic candidates for judgubeforehave been circulating in on neighborhood lately DiedAt the residence of his niece Mrs G B Robinson Jr consuniptiotwas a quiet unassuming gentle man and good citizen He served in Col D Howard Smiths Regi ArmyTheday and the remains were buried in tho Georgetown Cemetery UNO t ti L1W 1r BEHIND THE BARS James Hargis A II Hargis Elbert Hiirgis told Edward Callahan indicted for conspiring to assassinate James Coekroll town marshal of Jackson have at last been placed behind the bars of the Fayette county jail to await trial under the indictments- A motion to allow hail in each case will be argued before Circuit Judge Parker in Lexington on Monday ICLOSECALL Mr B F Morrjson of this city went to Flat Creek on Friday on business and attempted to wash the mud otf of his buggy by driv ing into that stream just above the Harvieland bridge forgetting placeThetlemen saved both him and his buggy from destruction Women love a clear complexion Pure blood makes it Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood MAGISTRATE EDWARDS DEAD Magistrate J W Edwards of Breathitt county who so assidu ously attempted to aid the Har gises in evading a trial in Fayette county died on Tuesday last at his home in Breathitt countyI Dr Weavers FurttM the blood Cerate ointment for the HID LOCKKEEPERS HOUSE DAMAGED The big rise in the river caused iookkeepershouse and the house came near being awayLuckily government em ployes succeeded in placing around it and saving it cabJesI The lock was considerably aged by water washing out areI taining wall Every family should have its householdmedicine chest and the first bottle in it should be Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup na tures remedy for coughs and coldsISMALL BLAZE TUESDAY NIGHT An alarm from box 24at 850 p m on Tuesday night called the fire boys to a small frame beyondMerobeen started by some incendiary who had poured coal oil on waste rags and set fire to them The thefGENERAL DEPUTY COLLEC TOR C 0 REYNOLDS HURT When alighting from a street car in Louisville several days ago Mr Chas 0 Reynolds the well known General Deputy Col lector in the Internal Revenue Service was struck by another car going in tho opposite direc tion and severely hurt His friends here will be glad to rapidlyGOT OFF CHEAP He may well think so he has got off cheap who after having contracted constipation or indi gestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache consti pation etc 25c at all druggists guaranteed tc J l5 ir It Qt tom FIRST SHOWING GeOFLADIES SPRING V OXFORDSTIIIS pair of welted sole Oxfords and a pair of uppers to protect the ankles We are ready with the latest styles in J 1 Laird Schober Cos AN- DQueen Quality f OXFORDS Patent leather gun metal and tan r calf are the prevailing leal herswhile the PUP and two eyelet Gibson blucher are the smart est of the there is a variety of r styles here hardlyequalled by the larger city stores i Look at them as shown in our show window You will find there an exhibition of whats what in new spring footwear such as can only be seen at Mc Clures countryLaird 500 Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 300 R Ke McCLURE SON EFELL TO HIS DEATH The sad news was received in this city on Tuesday of the acci dental death in Cincinnati Ohio of Mr Pat M Collins a brother ofIunder Mayor Mangan It seems that he was superin bigbuildingCincinnati and in attempting to get out of the wayofn piece of timber that had slipped out of placo and at the same time avoid ing an iron beam he stepped be breakinghisMr Collins leaves a wife two sons and a large circle of friends to mourn his untimely end Later Tho remains were brought to this city and interred in our cemetery after funeral serb vices at the Church of the Good Shepherd on Thursday morning conducted by Rev Father T S Major New line of Spring Millinery goods just received at Elite Millinery Store Call and inspect styles before purchasing You will be pleased Satisfaction guaranteed Mrs Anna Brawner trimmer at 188 St Clair Street It BUYS HANDSOME LOT Miss Eliza Overton has pur chased from the Berry estate a handsome lot on Second street between Main and Logan next to that recently purchased by Dr JI A Posey anti will erect a neat residence upon the same in the near future Lr iJ 1rJlJi t BOUGHT A HOME Mr T W Shackleford of Saf cottagehomeClair street and will soon come to the city to reside A MOVE ARIGHT IThe ladies of the Civic League receptacJes earnestlyhopedto it that they are properly used Keep the streets clean ITS WELCOME VOICE At G oclock on Tuesday even voiceiwas a welcome one to those of us who had heard it so long in the days gone and who had felt so lonesome since it had ceased to mark the passing hours ICLIMATI CURES i The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich lIatient byproperSyrupISyrupsoabsence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat duetoand dread of the consumptive can takinJtGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those thatuse Gorman Syrup Trial bottle drugIgists i1 I J S1thpsoisNew Shoes J aiid3i0Ott ERedfern Oxfords for ladies 3 tit Strong and Garfields Oxfords for men 5 i The largest line of Misses and Children Oxfords and Slippers in Frankfort 125 to 200It f Ec I PERSONAL spenkMr M R Todd has returned from a business trip to Indianapolis Ind J Capt Jas E Blackburn of Ver saBles was hero Saturday Mr Manilas T Lucas visited his smother in Scott county this week friendsilMr Jas E Hanrahan wife and child spent Sunday in Lexington spentSul1dnylnDr D L Rin o visited friends ff jiu Louisville Sunday Mr Chas J Weitzel has returned i from New York City J Judge J Smith Hays of Win t MondayI1 a trip to Shelbyville Monday Mr Jas A Hodges of Louis 1 ville was in tho city Monday 1Ir Claronce Baker went to Stamping Ground yesterday Miss May Pepper went to CincinJ- Wtfcl yesterday Miss Margaret Borberich went to Cincinnati yesterday t Mrs J H Graham went to Cincinnati t PtMiss Jttaparet Thursday Thursday Reading went to Mrs GeoiF Berfy Is visiting in Cincinnatiu IflMr Campbell 3dlrnRol1 has re turned from a trip to Franklin Ind Mrs J S Collins has returned omvlsit to Pass Christian Miss Mrs David P Davis visited her parent in Shelby ville this week Miss Pearl Parker of Midway visited friends here this week ooi Clarence E Woods of Rich r uond was in the city Saturday returning homo that day Mrs Robinson Farmer has re turned from a visit to Mrs J Craik Jackson in Cincinnati Juhll D Carroll of New JasUeiftttemled the Court of Ap peals Friday Capt Qeo W Wilder and wife of Paris were called here by the death olher tnthaJMr Jero Long Mr Thos W Thomas of Bowl ling Green attended the courts here uthist week Mr fro T Gardener Superintend ant Of Schools of Warren county was Monday Judge Robert RIddell of Irvine was hero on business in the Court of Appeals this week Mrs John P Hanley and Mrs vw OConnell visited In Lexing tton this week Jndge J H Hazelrigg and Mr Dyke Hazelrigg returned Monday from a trip to Irvine Messrs O C and T E Konney left Monday for Ford Ky to look after their Jogs Mte Snmiie Burdin of Mt Eden was the guest of her aunt Mrs iMaggio Sohlosser this week Rev Wm Crowe and son made a raying trip to Louisville on Wednos Mrs Hugh R Ayres of Louis vine spent Tuesday and Wednoa day in this city visiting friends Mr Richard Godson of Midway was iu Attendance upon the courts here this week Mr N C Cureton of Louisville was in attendance upon the U S ourt this week iitMr Claiborne Mason who is em t in West Virginia visited Mere this week L New Clothing Full and complete line for men and young men suits The Onward Brand In nil the neW colorings and they are nobly Guaranteed by the people yon buy them from haFheatton City has returned home hertinglon this week Mr Colon M Jones who has boon Mrs Plies A Hall is vviting hor husbands parents in Nelson county Mrs R G Higdon has returned tittMondayforball players there Judge Goo M Davison ington Assistant U SL DlstrIett Attorney was here this week Miss Jnnie Stone formerly in the Frankfort TolepUone Co r has u flue position in Indianapolis Ind Mrs Eugene Craig who has been visiting relatives at hoot old homer near Owensboro returned Tuesday Maj E W Lillard oC Nicholas ville was tho truest of hi sister Mrs W S Farmer thisweek Mr WWJett Jr ofrlionisville spout Sunday hero the guest of his mother Mrs Virginia JJett Martroddhave gone on a visit to Florida Col E H Taylor Jr has Re turned from a business trip to Ubdtr cago Ills Mr Wm Cromwelll Hans rcturoftd from Bowling Greue where he acted as special circHiti judge Mr J G McLeam Jaaado a basin ness trip to Kioliiwwnd Vat this weekRev H B Folk pastor oft the Midway Baptist Church wiw here this week Miss Amelia Bauley vlsi di her sister Mrs Wiru Pefler Madi way this week U S MIrshlt S G Sbar o4 3ovington attended the tl S oust here this weak Judge A AL J Cochrattpresixbodl over the If S District CouU iii this city this week Mrs AM Slack an3 son Avllnedi ttfJIlSouthMr L B WelsenbarRh 3vn oinde a business trip to tlshv llLe Tonu this week Mr Goo T Scoaroe of the inter nal rovenue service spent Suuday with his children at Bagdad Mr Howard H Taylor and wife visited relatives at LaGrange on SundayMrs H Brown and daughter and Miss Sadie Brown have re turned from Louisville- ExCongressman Thos R Bard of California was tho guest of his nephew Mr R C Bard Saturday Miss Alice Farmer who has been the guest of relatives at Danville has returned home Mrs Harrison Simrall of Lex ington wino has been visiting Miss Mary Harrison has gone homo Mrs Mary Blakemore of Ver sailles is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs Lafe Crutcher this woek Mr W S Farmer who has boon in Now York City returned Satur dayMiss Jett Edwards of Versailles was the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell this week Mrs Ralph R Wilson and son visited friends in Shelbyville this Sam D Johnson and wife are in New York City buying their spring stock of goods Mr J S Weathers wife and sons visited friends in Loxington Sun day K 7 fIi J the The feeling that your dinner table realized if have service of Wallace Plate Mrs book How to Set the is full hints may have copy if you call A h Judge E C ORear and wife visited at their old home in Mt Sterling this week Mrs Martha McClure of Louisa who has been the guest of Mrs Ada QarntfU hits returned home Rov M B Adams went fco Win ML HUirh Bodmnn o luioisville sjQntt Sunday withihiR paBW tsMrRodman and wife hire J McC visited U or mother MrsJ Q4 A Stewart ash Stewart Homov thIs week Blo R W Slack ws in ujjoiii the Court rof Appeals this week Mrs Root Bnydi Bheteon and sow are guests of her sit Mrs Geo1i Williis iu SlIt Ib dUe Mr John SftlenrJor oi ter visited Mr Kteojj Salender Second str wt thiaweok Mr RicJinrd MicClur and sister Miss Harriett uont ti CillCll1l1Utiill Hon Claude B T tbeIou Mrs D WH Lindsey Sr left viljo Miss Prank DoCllIk and wife in this city Mrs Sneed of Louis ville who has been cite guest of Mrs E Bradley hits returned home Rov R Savage oJ Southern Church Mr Scott wife and child parolltHMrweek upon U S Court here this week Mr Cecil Farmer of Central Danville was the guest of his parents Mr W S Farmer and wile this week Mr Edgar Ei Humo Jr of Cen visitedhiswife this week j uh JUmII New Hats and Caps All new shapes in 111Runnellsti Soft Hats 401- irJ t PH P to 500 fIh Full lute of hens Boys and Misses Caps pITrIdIIIE EI1VLF Mondayy timeI confident betyou a 1835Silver Rorers iHusfrafet Table of timely You a M SELBERT BnptJsb YhnDenKoeir s Owensboro uttendunuti i Vindhesl e yusterdajc s daughter uburgisUdolpha J Winchester nsslRtlnginPresbyterian AssistautPostmastur attendance the University littledaughter Weolncsday t t CeSC30 Miss Mary Burton of Lebanon heribrothervarsity Danville visited his parents Di J S Collins and wife this week wlfofiGeorgetown MSIhakhave un11hdttohe will sit as circuit JUdge iiUKev eral uinril eases MUm Magamntalrlnke of Win oftMrlSSallio G1Ipon of Lrtafsulllei wiis tho guest of Mm muitlc V Gray aiidiwiiittx Conway street this week attendantAttorneyupon the V S Court this wooJt Col John R Allen Coaaiawia wealths Attorney of Fayutte coun hereMondn theFrauktortfor Mississippi in the iuterest of that Miss Beatrice Pago of Cumber visitingherturned home childrenCrittendonhaveMr Thus A Joyce wire and orherMonterey on Sunday LoubHltof his mother Mrs W F Barret SundayMrs Force of Shelbyvllle WiI11l1nsweek ohildrenJennyhasthe Journal Office Mr John R Sover Secretary of tho Kentucky Hard ware Dealers Association has to the tional Association UloetfugUtIMhl- nenpoJfs Minn U d iU1 ratIat ji n t ff vft l f af 1Ji 1i I ClhB TFIf LUNfCS n= jtV1T1 gi1 r1ff t rf b New UISGOVWY f f1 VONSUrflPTION PricoVFnH OUGIit an i 50 r OLOS Fife Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for allcTHROAT and LUNG OIEOUB JIT3S or MCSTEY BACK l 11v iiir J ri- M M j k0 Yo- urGaidenbg I I r Count + Iii IfTohelps to mate your 11i years work in the garden profitable is to get fresH fc reliable seed the you can be suree Ikind here We tine buy seeds of growersiwlio have rep- utationst for raising gp xl seeds You cannot the character oft a seeds by looking at it 11l so youihave to rely on denliec The seeds we are alb off last years plantingI t Ii thmt the uaieertaiin iiIiITha HarIo BIB 81018S YN II x+ w + I Mr Ralph R Wilson District Agent of the Equitable Life Asso iciation wont to bls old homo at i IIvisit1 t 1yVersailles theFirst A night JohnIJJtortthe approaching May session of the KentuckyI t weekthe t BIPtlstChuroh f Burdin is ono of our best and most useful preachers Presidenthere Saturday and preached two line sermons for Rev M B Adams at the First Baptist Church Dr hisbibfrom the opening sentences until the close mB Early Risers Tim famous Uttto piJ1i JUJi ll Jr o LETTER LIST f i The following is u liElt of the nd r vetised lettors for the week ending kif Saturday March 18 1005- Bates Mrs Kate Belcher Miss Fannie r Bell Noah- Blandingt Mrs Etta f Bragg Levy Brown Miss Sallle Bush Mrs Eliza E J Bush SallieiCapito R F Carter Dry Goods Co Cole 8 L 1Dequeer Clnbond Lizzie Eubank W Z 1 Terrill Mrs Louise Fields Fred CjHemphill Geo Henderson Facie Hughes Fred lanes Miss Lizzie Jackson Clark Johnson Jessie Johnson Stephen Jones Jennie King B R Looker Sarah Laine Cnssio B Lewis Mrs Maud Lewis Miami Lewis Wm H 2 MoClamrook James Middleton Josh Mills Miss Katie Muore Virgin Musgrave W H Parker John H Polsgrove Mrs Paul Quire Clarence Rogers Sam r Rodgers Willie Sanders Mrs Harriet Sheridan H C Simpson Mrs Corinne Stuns F A Sparrow John F Turner D B White Mrs Sue Williams Miss A E Ynunt Miss Ella t LnogennYoung Persons calling for these letters Will please say advertised E M DRANE P M A wheel mans tool bag isnt complete without a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Heals iicut bruises stings sprains over pain f t PLEASANT AND HARMLESS Dont drug the stomach to cure ti a cough One Minute Cou h Cure i 4 mflamlbW and bronchial tubes II and cures A quick cure for lJ j11Croup and Whooping Cough One IIleves a A cough in one minute because it acts first on the mucus membrane right where the cough troubles in the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by J W Gayle Ono Minute Cough Curs FM C ughti Colds ami Croup SUPERBLY ATTRACTIVE Is our new Spring stock now complete with the latest creations Quality and style count SUITS Blue Mixture Worsted Coat Snit 1500 New Blouse or Surplice Eton Suit Panama Mohair or Silks 15 to 85 Silk Shirt Waist Suits Chiffon Taffeta Blue Black or Brown 1500 SKIRTS Special value 500 Covert Jackets 5 20 toI e LONGIn this city ou Satur day Mr Tero Long after a protracted illness Mr Long leaves a wife two daughters Mrs Geo W Wilder of Paris and Miss Mattie Long and two sons Mr William Long and Mr Chas Long The funeral services were con ducted by Rev C R Hudson from the residence on High street Monday afternoon and the remains were laid away in our cemetery FENDLEY In this city on Wednesday to Mr G D Fendley and wifea Sadieville on Tuesday to Mr Clarence Mc Goldrickand wife a sonweight 12 pounds ATTACKED BY A MOB And beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a Chi cago street car conductor applies Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes G JIWelch of Tekonsha Mich and find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at all druggists AN OLDFASHIONED REMEDY Owing to the prevalence of pneumonia and the great mortal ity which attend this dreaded disease boards of health in differ ent communities in the older States of the Union are advocating the following remedy for the ailment Take six to ten onions according to size and chop fine Put in a large frying pan over a hot fire then add to same quantity of rye meal and vinegar enough to make a thick paste In tlv meanwhile afar it thor oughly letting it siuTuWr five or ten minutes Then put in a cot ton bag large enough to cover the lungs and apply to the chest as hot as the patient can hear In about teu minutes change the poultices and in a few hours the patient will be out of danger This remedy is said to have been formulated many years ago by a New England physician who never lost a patient by the disease It seems to us that the remedy is worth trying ipgn emergency or until a phsyioian arrives and we giye it for what it is worth Dress Goods Mohairs Panamas Aeo lions Chiffon Voiles Scotch Checks These are what fashion approves We show the largest assortment pret tiest patterns best values Then you cannot afford to miss seeing what we show lw FllVL FlJ1BEATMS BIRTHS MARRIEDLANCASTERMETTSIn city on Wednesday Mr Chas Lancaster and Miss Ida Metts both of Woodforrd county were married by Rev J 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church- THOMPSONSMIT HER I n Louisville on Thursday Mr James Thompson and Miss Oma Smither both of Peaks Mill were married iWrltteu for the Roundabout THIS LIFE Yes life is a wonderful gift my dear Gods beautiful gift to men The conscious being we call the soul e Is a writ so perfect complete and noble That tis rounded by even tho length of a tear Which destiny has no end Then make it as bright and as lovelier far Thy treasures of greed and gold Go sowing the seed of affection and love Which some day shall ripen in the home above The strange sweet story newly told Has hope a star Brighten the sorrows of somebodys- life Forgiving those friends who forget ful and sad Made for thee heartaches I laugh- as I sine The story of trial Make somebody gladJust this life N S COX March 1005 WANTED Ten men in each State to travel tacksigns and distribute samples and circulars of our goods Sal ary 75 per month 800 per day for expenses KUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago 102m ATTENTION FARMERS The season for sewing Tobacco Beds is with us and we have con templated your needs by receiving a large supply of- TOBACCO CANVASS Of which we have six different grades that range in price to suit anyone We only ask that you call and we will be pleased to show you what we have and give to you prices Remember we cut you just what you want W T READING SON 815 Broadway Opposite Capitol 1t OLD TAYLOR ft THE LRE- MIEJtKENTUCKY WHISKEY E N TAYIM Jl 4 SONS Propriitirs r Frankfort Kentucky t t It Silks Reign supreme and we control the Silksquality style and price The 3 in we give you in our Silks 50c to 150 per yard EI son- 11IcGOLDRICJIn DO IT TODAY And UkIthllQThe off til tomorrow what can do today is now generally presented in this formU Do it today THat the terse advice we want to give about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks QTake some reliable remedy for it TODAvand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will- undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely qNo matter how deepseated your cough even if consumption has attacked your dreadI German Syrup will cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble JNew trial bottles 250 regular sUe 75C At all druggists a DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO F To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron Bu the Uagnlfetnt Steamers Of Leaving root of Madisnn Street Dallyat 015 A after arrival otmorning trains Returning arrive Week r Sundays9oor Fare to Detroit trip f 1 Excursion to Detroit and rturn Week Days SISundays 750 To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only faoo meals amd berth extra Spaetal Rate to Soctttiut Close connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the SooDuluth etcIFor further information nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 F tltlHUH TrHgf WH OLD1iO41A t e u Diptheria relieved in twenty minutes Almost miraculous Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil At any drug storeI CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed Signature of iuSjK7 + ti ii rt lH Direct from Japan do we get o- urMaiLIngs You get fresh new goods in choicust patterns and at less price than you pay elsewhere for old patterns that are dried out The advantage is ours wear longer t NEW WAY OF RAISING TO BACCO Two plants one of tobacco the other of corn may be the solution for raising the finest trade of Bur ley says the Breckinridge Democrat At B F Beards tobacco warehouse is a lot of Burley of a fine bright color said to be equal to the canvass grown article It is the product ofa Breckinridge farm where each hill contained plant of tobacco and a stalkof corn The corn shades the tobacco until it has a superior color and texture that will place it among the finest cigarette tobaccos Ve are unable to learn the effect the tobacco had upon the corn but can see no reason why with plenty of fertilizer the corn yield would be materially decreased Farmers may well snake inquiry into the matter and experiment in this doublecrop growing To grow two large crops where hitherto but one could be produced is a question of profound importance in farm economics C 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH No21 INo AM PM iv Lexington 8 2a 6dP rank fort 9 UU1Shelbnille 700 tr Louisville 1100 8W No 22 No sNORTHA MP v Louisville tt80 HhelDyvll e 928 7011 Frankfort f 4fjA Iaringtnn Iit lb V Like I 1 pJaComet t Ailsin starkof comes health andfamous J dyspeptic cutIs In g all o m a c h Itself even If but m troublcsand slightly disordered digestive 1Ior overburdened M disorder Kodolsupplies Juices of digestion and does the work of the 1 stomach relaxing the nervous tension whiteIthe Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulencetpalpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and s all stomach troubles byIcleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs t Ml Dyspepsia IMP Bttltr CM ml iMiBottles only SI 00 Size holding 2M tkseattho trial slzo which Mill for SOc hi N E cm c ce calculi For saie by J W Gayle drug 1 gistDASK FOR THE ItQS KODOL ALMANAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR j c TneFranicfortRoiiadaDaut y Entered nt the postolilco nt Frankfort Ken tULkIS secun class nmihiblc mutter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 18 1905 TO OUR PATRONS Some weeks ago we sent notices to those of our patrons who were r in arrears for the Roundabout as I to the amount and requesting settlement We are glad to say thatquite a large number of them have responded- To those who are still in arrears we wish to give notice that we shall be compelled to stop their papers in the near future if they do not settle Kiudly bear this in mind and square up tf THE ROUNDABOUTS DEPARTMENT OP HISTORY EDUCATION LITERATURE A Bit of History In reading over the history of my fathers memories of Kentucky this one event seemed par ticularly appropriate at this time and I give the romance to the younger students who may wish to become conversant with this politicsIf correctly it was the year 1824 that General Jackson and President Monroe came to Georgetown Ky on their excursion trip through the State The citizens of Georgetown made every arrangement for their reception and the military com pany and Light Horse Company were out in full parade I think theLaddress I thought Jack ion in his reply to Johnson was the roughest rnan in his speech I enoughtou There were thousands of peo ple in town that day Monroe did not make any speech The military spirit was in high favor with the people then John Lemon SHIED HI LIFEi Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are iiymade so often in connec Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From o infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sign itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No is too weak or delicateto retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label Lion the wrapper youbuySCOTT BOWNE demists 409PorIiStNY SOc aM 1 Urrtt Eyes Did Not WeeK Close For aII Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors- DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me There Is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are thanif you rise in the morning more tired when you went tobed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If heart is weak or an inherited tendency m that direction weakened nerves will soon to affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner Tine is a nerve tonic which quietsthenerves so that sleep may come re stores weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great- blood and heart tonic which regulates the tion of the heart enriches the proves the circulation Some time aqo I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times heart would seemingly beating and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes IgotDrMilesNervJne and Heart Cure at a drug store in ce burg after spending 30000 in medi rifles and doctors in Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrcnceburpr and in three days have derived more benefit- from the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors and their medicines I thinkeverybody ought to know of the marvelous power contained in your remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek Ky All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addresi Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind who commanded the cavalry had a large company A number of the horses had done service in the last war The horse that Capt Lemon rode had charged Proctor at the tattle of the Thames He was a fine animal and his owner took great care of him and in the sham battles he would always go through the lines dayinBro Stun and me was a fish ing on the other side of Elkhorn in sight of the Georgetown and Frankfort turnpike We were just pulling out the fish fast when we heard the stage from Frank fort coming I tell you the stagecoach was looked upon at that time with much more interest than the railway car at the present time Every few miles theI driver would blow his bugle nndI some of the drivers could blow them fine for they had more pride in their fine coaches and fine teams than the carriers do nowa days As he came down the road from Captain Craigs to Elkhorn he played Washingtons March and when he stopped in front of the store be told the news of Gen LaFayettes arrival in Frankfort Of course we quit our fishing and ran to tell the wonderful piece of news to our friends and relatives France gave to the United States a hero of tenderest memory andI one for whom all American patri ots should feel the deepest sense of reverence for the Marquise LaFayette while yet in the flush of his young manhood offered himselfupon our countrys altar for its weal or woe History tells us that he was born of noble parentage and the name one of ancient French aristocracy Hei was the friend of kings andafavorite at the French and Eng lish courts He married young and his still younger bride was the daughter of one of the proud est houses in France one among the charmed circle around beauti ful but sadfaced Marie Antoin ette IILnFnyettefrom impulse and the spark of his inspiration burned brighter because of the friendship and en couragement given him by the brother of King George IIIofEngland the Duke of Gloucester the member of the royal family who posed as the friend of liberty and in role opposed the Eng lish Colonial policy approving the cause of the Americans He became the comrade in arms of our own beloved Washing ton and a laureled hero of Brandy wine and Yorktown During the second administra tion of President James Monroe 1824 occurred Gen LaFayettes visit to our country as the guest of the nation He traveled through each of the twentyfour States and was eyery where wel deli8htHe New York in Ico 1 yUKJt =June JS24 upon the invitation o President Monroe who was a dear personal friend and was received with every manifestation of re theIasm being proclaimed by popular voice As the the noble guest of the nation Everywhere his presence was the signal for festivities and great bonfires Having celebrated at Bunker Hill the anniversary of the first conflict of theRevoution and at Yorktown that of its closing scenes in which he himself had become so conspicuous a part and taking leave of four exPresidents of the United States he received the farewell of the President in the name of the nation and sailed from the Capitol in a frigate SeptemberI have been thus particular in speaking of this illustrious gentle man because no man before and no other man in all time will have such exhibitions of love and attention paid to him II Here I pause to state that mud roadb prevailed in Kentucky and this present month of May the roads were well nigh impassable on account of two weeks of ruin Gen LaFayette left Frankfort in a splendid coach drawn by six fine horses and the Governor and accompaniedhim they failed to reach their destina tion that night and stoppedwithin four miles of Lexington The next day he was received in Lexington as no other man was ever welcomed Thu road from George town to Lexington was lined with people from all parts of the State You remember the present cemetry gate on the hill at George town On both sides of the road there was a strong stake and rider worm fence and I was opposite that gate dn top of the fence when the grand party came along He was an open barouche with his hat off bowing to either side of the road which was alive with men women and children ne groes and horses and such shouts with the roar of musketry and cannon old Georgetown will never again witness And now comes in the little romance of your papa Your dear mother had been my one sweetheart but would never encourage my heart by word or action She was well grown for her age fourteen years so full of fun and happiness with dimpled rosy cheek and sparkling eyes A born leader among the girls ready for foot races or bandy and up in arms to fight if occasion de manded it In the parade of welcome there were fifty girls dressed in white with wreaths of flowers They rode in open carriages to meet the royal guest Your mother got the plate out of which the General ate also winning at a chance one bushel of ginger cakes which she distributed among her friends One boy tried to steal her plate and cakes but she pitched into him with doubled fist and ran him off mid great shouts of laughter So much of the romance in the life history of the beloved French general touched with mine that its influence has swept forever across my earthy destiny Your dear mother this day promised to marry me some time and kept me waiting eight long years But she made me happy at last and for this blessing I give in momo riam this brief sketch of Wash ingtons friend and the guest of Kentucky the immortal Gen de LaFayette COXIIGOES WITH FIRM LOUISVILLE Mr L A Trumbo who has peen traveling man for the Ru pert Grocery Co of this city has accepted a position with the wellI known Louisville lumber firm of E L Hughes Co Mr Trumbo is a clever gentleman and we wish him abundant success in his now field CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to 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darkness of ther tnight their way to the balmy Waters of the South VI Then is the time he encumbers the laud They spring up like mushrooms in springtProphet Baals false band And If youll keep tab on them will find just as lalso what 1they sing Anatomist Heres the one with goose bone- free from spotty entirely clear Itand bright Twas taken from the downy breast of goose that but one summer had seen Dont you clearly sop that well balmylightAnd all winter long youll bo blessed with sight of landscape green Hayseed 11 We are going to have a fine wins ter no snow by a long sight Ive never seen it fail youll see its so sure as you ort horn i And you tlie sowarsummer be r and bright Why t because dont you know the shuck is light on the corn Woodman winter No Itll be the mildes for years Ill tell you bow I know t When its to be tough natur for the dwellers of the wood Ii does prepare JI J I Sorosis Underskirts Some of its advantages are THE YOKE TOP fitTHEmake it wear proof and dust proof A more perfect seam canbeTHEare cut so as to give it the latest effects In style lfATHE WRONG SIDE nothingtoTHE SANITARY FACTORY- in which it is made is the largest of its kind in the world equipped with the most modem labor saving machinery with every side crowded with windows to admit sunlight and fresh air 10000 IN CASH will gladly be paid to any Wearer of Sorosis skirts who can give us a practical suggestion as to how todays Sorosis skirts i can be bettered or improved CHAS J WEITZEL Successor to Weitzel ODonnell 11f Honor SHOGUN at Capital Monday March 20th beginning dtfysWhen prophetically not ttimeitll f i r Recollect whnt I tell you now or youll always find it so Its always mild when the hickory oak beech and grapevine dont bear Naturalist When the ground hour Is out good weather well have you know But when you cant see him there will be plenty ice anti snow If he should by any chance see his shadow on ground hog day Back into his den goes he for another long six weeks stay Traditionalist Oh pshaw those fellow dont know a tiling when it they see undIAs they are clear or the winter months will be1IOh ye perjured tribe year why will we let you fool us so When we know that nine times out of ton youve done It before Let you cajole us into dreams of a sunny land without ice or snow And awaken to hear the wind From Greenland iay mOn tams tapping at the door You purblind set that this disap pointment the people ye heap on- With your goosebone light shuck on corn no mark on ground hcg too If you had what was duo you youd be taken to brook Kishon And done unto as Elijah of old unto thoso of Baal did do AMIGO February 5 19- 05Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No lOi Memphis NQ Ltd No Leaves 040 Arrives 745 am Now Orleans Special NolIrJ PNo12tpmItown HodgenvUle and Hopkinsville except no Sunday service to Elizabothtown and Hodgcn all stationsv1No1131at Accommodation NO Leaves 400 m Arrives Vtt a m For Central City Connecting service to orsAll Tra1na Bum Dally PUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Wal- tors of 546 St Clair Ave Col umbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that beginII time I was entirely cured Guar anteed by all druggists Price 50c IDr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cen1e for skin u UNUSUALLY LOW COLONIST RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 21 HOUSEKEEPERS RATES FEB 21 AND MARCH 7 AND 21 via Railwayto Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska New Mexico Texas and other territory- A series of very low one way and round trip rates are offered on the above dates to those wishing to visit or settle in the great west and southwest The SOUTHERN RAILWAY has its own line and runs two solid trains daily from Lexington Louisville and intermediate points to St 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it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps remedyforbe Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use rr over thirtyfive years A f doses of it will undoubtedly r ye your cough or cold nnd its continued use for a few days will cure you deepseated yourluugeffect n curens it huts done bolore in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25u regular size 75u At all drugigsts l rI 1805 SAVANNAH AND RE TURNi30 80 FT WORTH AND RETURN VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE oI Tickets on sale from Goor town to Savannah May 18thand 14th with final limit May 26th with privilege of extension to June 15 1905 To Ft Worth May 15th 16th and 17th with final limit of May 81st Ask ticket agent for particulars DeWitts K8SV Salve For Piles Burns Sore BY THE TONIC ROUTE The pills that act as a tunic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache 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IJtoninny remarkable cures Sold by i J W Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DIgtsts t you fiat Queen and CrescentRoute SboiiBst Route AN- DQuickest BdUIRJBETWEEN i GEORGETOWN 7 CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTABIRMINGHAM I SHREVEPORT NEWT ORLEANS 1 AND TEXAS POINTSv Write for Rates and Printed Matter YeEe ULARKEv T P AI89 Mail Street Lexiiftti Kentucky il 1JfL lil dci i if ATTEINTIO1N FARMERSSow is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents fort Pittsburgh Perfectr Strongest Will Conform in theI to the most jWorld STEEL FENCR uneven around i Welded by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and PoultryLi cropsClover 1 307309 Main St P C SOWER CO Frankfort Both Phones A Kentnckyt CLOSING OUT SRLE ti W L READING SON Is on in full blast and crowds are taking advantage ot the low prices that prevail in the Dry Goods department WHY NOT YOU The same low prices will be in force the coming week as we must close out our entire line of Dry Goods as soon as possible i NOTICE AWe will continue to keep Carpet Warp and Tobacco Canvass WIT READING SON 315 Broadway Opposite Capitol COLORADOS SIJAME The Legislature of Colorado on Thursday ousted Gov Alva Adams who had been declared elected on the face of the returns and seated Gov Peabody It is said this was done with an under standing that Peabody should at once resign and let the Lieut Governor McDonald take the position We have no patience with political rascality in ever party formed If Adams was legally elected be was entitled to the place If Peabody ou the contrary was elected he was justly entitled to hId it The whole scheme looks to us just like the election steal in Ken tucky five years ago sanecany Honesty in all thingspolitical- as well as personal should be our motto aa1JI 0a AThi Boght = I ANNUAL INSPECTION 0 FRANKFORT COMMAND ERY NO 4 KNIGHT S TEMPLAR Mr Robert S Moses Grand Senior Warden of the Grand Comi manderv of Kentucky Knights Templarwill hold the annual inspection of Frankfort Com mandery No4 in a called ses sion to be hold on Monday night next in their Asylum in Masonic TempleThere will be a number of visit ing Sir Knights from other neigh boring cities A full and prompt attendance is earnestly requested LITTLE JAPS GIVE IT TO RUSSIANS The little Japs have effectually whipped the big Russian Bear is about ready if he has the sense he ought to have to make overtures for peace Mukden and Tie Pas the boasted strongholds were carried awaylikeGood for the Jape t t i j WIZARD OF OZ1 IThe Wizard of Oz is enjoying its due meedof popularity throughout the United States forth reason that it possesses a breezy originality unknown to the conventional style of musical comedy now in vogue The Wizard of Oz is a skillful fusion of various popular forms of amusement ranging from spark ling opera bouffe and piquant pantomime to modern comic opera Necessarily a production of this kind entails the services of clover people in diverse lines of stage work and in producing The Wizard of Oz Julian Mitchell must have thrown his net over the whole theatrical pro fession and picked out the best talent from the ranks of vaudeville and burlesque comic opera and spectacle Tho Scarecrow and Tin Woodman are the quintessence of unc tuous drollery The Scarecrow is without parallel in the annals of American extravaganza He over brims with spontaneous fun and so rapid and resistless is the untiring play of his tricksome fancy that the spectator often finds it a hard matter to keep pace with its fleeting succession His makeup absolutely defies description and baffles the keenest eyes Gro tesque singing and dancing are among the least of his brilliant resourcesThe Woodman is equally ludicrous throughout and the audience incessantly laughing- with the admirable quality of his fooling In enumerating the clever peo ple of this entertaining extravaganza thft Cowardly Lion tndthe Skittish Hiefer must not be over looked A pair off mimists endow sehun1orous- beasts with gymnastic vitality that is excruciatingly funny At Capital Theatre in the near futureDR GREAT PUZZLE 20Fstampsimply for postage one novelties a wooden box with glass top containing six little colored balls It necessi tates remarkable quickness of the eye and hand to master it but it is possible with practice Send for one and mention the Round about STATE FAIR APPROPRIATION HOLDS GOOD Contrary to the decision of the Franklin Circuit Court the Court of Appeals on Wednesday held that the appropriation of 15000 for the holding ofa State fair each year was constitutional and the fair will be held again this yearLexington will make a determined effort to obtain the fair lfTkItraawre to oa Eve to of the geia LaXative B Mac Tb- i ttl nedy the a elyr tt7 c p 1 i j Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer r The Pioneer Dealer in IIigh Grade Kentucky Hand IadeYSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRI COLLIlt216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BARACA CLASS BANQUET 4 l The banquet given by the Young Mens Baraca Class of the Baptist Church to the men of that church and congregation onyrt Irgentearnest eloquent and appropriate well calculated to draw the men of the church closer together and to promote generally the cause of the Master whom they are endeavoring to serve We desire to commend In the warmest terms this effort to Increase the social element In religious matters which are so largely used In worldly affairs To make the young men especially of a churchIfeel that thero Is an open door to them for all useful and helpful purposes should meet the unqualified approval of all those who are rX taught to be wise as serpents and as harmless as doves being alt tithings to all men if so be they might win some If Christian people would make their churches attractive and pleas ant to men the young especially there would be less attraction i i in rWeProgrami d THE MAKERS OF THE FUTURE NOW IN OUR BIBLE SCHOOLS Dr U V Williams Superintendent of the Bible School ItI hold that tho true age of wisdom is when J We are boys and women and men When as credulous children we know things because w them however averse to the laws James Whitcomb Riley 2 THE POWER BEHIND YIRevSomething behind the throne greater than the king himself The Earl of Ohathiunf 3 THE LORDS OF CREATION WHOM YOUR LADIES RULEail l1 Dr J W Hill President of the Young Mens Baraca Bible Class playManOliver Wendell Holmes t JIr 4 THE SELF MADE MAN HIS OPPORTUNITIES IProto J H Fuqua Superintendent of Public Instruction t Your selfmade man whittled into shape with his own jack knife deserves more credit if that is all than the regular engine turned artirlo iliOliver Wendeiyiolmea 1I tjf 5 THE DAY THE lfRevFor the Roundabout IPOVERTY Lo my restless subjects nre over Ever coming and ever going Some I hold by adversity Some by indolence and sheer sloth Some by folly and wanton aban don Some by lack of sound judgment neglectIve my domains dople tion As long as man is true totradi tion o XI X Ivan theTilt YN KinAtar iwlM Kpafen lI if tJr n 11t HELLO 1 STRANGER Where Have You Been You Sees la Be Loaded DownIWhy Have you not heard of Friend John C Quires Store 3You can get more4 goods for a little money than any where Look at all this AnybodyyonfHetie about it Hurrah for the selfmade merchant Go to his store and you winJfind what I tell you is the truth Good Good Cheap For Cash 282m i FjOHNSON St i s I tr I Great Challenge Salev aCloses f Tonight Saturday Th2 Last Day It Will Be a Gala Day l Bargains Throughout the Entire store Every article at special price This successful sale ends today Save money buy today rt Come early and avail yourself of an opportunity to buy Dry Goods and Millinery for Spring at prIces low You will not regret i- tt 4MAINSTREET 1t FRANKFORT KY L O WHITNEY CO SALE CONDUCTORS t 11 r usIn 11 ij preach ut a in and 780 p m ir for evening sermon How Fare11j onjSundayschool at 945 a m InI tho chapel BibleIJA Superintendent Adults and stran H hers invited to join taughtIJ Baptist Young Peoples Union 1 J1 will meet in the chapel at 080 p m Leader George L Roberts iff Topic Glorifying God In Our Daily Work Visitors cordially invited Seats fllit free r iASOENSION EPISCOPAL CHUBCHRov A B Chinn rec h tor tv eSunday March 19 OommunionJ sermon I 780 p m Prayer sermon 4 p m Confirmation instruction 980 Sundayschool Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays r i and Saturdays service at 480 p m Wednesday 7HO Evening Prayer t Fridayb at 780 Bible Study at 780 These services are all open to the r public l LOHRISTIAN OHURCHRev C B Hudson the pastor will preach 1at 11 a m and 780p m sls rl1 Revival services each evening during the week thet1meet in the chapel at 6 p WellpJimIOur Daily Work onKhlV Everybody Invited rft Si z SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the t pastor will preach nt 11 a m and u 780 pm eveningikll4sfa m rrYoung Peoples Society at 080 ntf k Everybody invited to attend 1 CATHOLIC CHURCH Revrt t Father Thomas S Major rector Mass at 780 oclock a m trLuw Muss at 10 a m f Ohool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FridayirarNt1FIRST PRESBYTERIAN DOlterjduring the week Rev Donald Mc Donald Synodical Superintendent t will Irene i Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris 1 than Endeavor at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday ev- enfring at 780 p m the young people are invited iYto attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev 0 A Vaught the pastor will t 1 preach at 11 a in and 780 p m eveningduringSunday school at 945 n m I Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Visitors cordially Invited to at tendn Dr Weavers Treatment anp pnrittN tlu1tlood Cerate I1tal1k1n enpMeu i Fine Property forSale I We Offer for Sale That Fine Suburban Property Adjoining the NEW STATE CAPITOL GROUND l J Containing n Fine Brick Residence and 87 Acres of Land and known ns the k Say re or RoOd mair PleThis is a very deslable home and should make a very fine investment 2p r L B Marshall fc Go Agents Frankfoiy THE LOUISVILLEEVENING An Independent Newspaper- AT THE RATE OF ONLY o 1a PRR BTBY- Ib MAIL everybodyFAIREST 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of the most success fug comic operas he has yet pro duced The ShoGun fresh from an engagement of six months at Wallaoks Theatre Now York The ShoGun in the first Joint work of George Ade Gustavo Ltiders and it is nndI be one of the most musical offerings the American stage has known in a decade past The very best work Mr Ade has yet done isto be found in The ShoGun and certainly Mr Luders has not written anything in recent years which has the pre tention this latest score of his possesses The bringing together of two capable writers in collaboration was in itself a fentI but Mr Savage accomplished it successfully and the result is one of the most delightful offerings ofI yearsThe book and the lyrics of The ShoGun are written in Mr Ades best vein As most nIl the playgoers are familiar with this it is safe to assume that there is real worth so far as the literary end of the production is concerned Adeisms has been known since this writer first began his Fables in Slang and the work he has done for the stage in the past fiver years demonstrates that his pen has lost none of its facile cunning and pointedness Gustavo Luders has written some of the most meritorious mu sic of any American composer His King Dodo Prince of Piles sen and Woodland scores teem with brilliant passages and the score he has plovidedafo Mr Ades hook and lyrics is quite the most tuneful of all Mr Luders has solved the problem of writing vmusidianly scores and at the same tinge keeping well in mind the Fact that the patrons of the pres ent day comic opera are anxious that while the music be pretentious it must in addition be of the same whistleable variety and The ShoGun has its full quota of whistleable numbers The most popular of all the mu eical numbers are Your Honeymoon Vill Last Scheming The Irrepressible Yank Flut ter Little Birdie I Am Yours Truly The ShoGun of Ka t Choc and others The ensem r bles are perfect due perhaps to the i fact that the choruses while one of the prettiest on tour is also one of the best singing choruses ever organizedThe is staged in the usual manner so common with Mr Savage find every care has been exercised to ret i1Jthe Orien tag atmosphere essential to the success of a production of this sort many of the property effects having been brought from Korea especially for the production Briefly the story of the opera concerns the adventures of a wealthy American in the island of KaOhoo located in the sea of Japan He goes there with his breezywestern manners searching for a line of ancestors and in a short time so upsets the rules usages customs of the country unionizing everything which is 0111 to unionization making him self a dominant figure in all the business of the kingdom and to Effectually does he carryall before y him that he becomes the ShoGun himself The title role of the opera is in the keepingof John E Henshaw well known as a comic opera com edian and he has scored one of his strongest successes in it Others in the cast will includes Christie Mac Monald Win G Weeden Agnes Caine Brown Thomas C Leary Edward B Martindell Harold Taylor E P Parsons others LOGS AND DRIFT All day Saturday and Sunday vast quantities of logs ties and drift wood were passing this city and quite a number of our citizens try made quite a good thing by catch inn the same p BENHUR Again to bo Staged in Louisville The Klaw Erlanger Co have in their time made many notable productions and thereby earned for themselves an enviable reputation Tho most ambitious effort of their career is BenIIur which scored a brilliant success in Louisville three seasons ago nUll which is booked for another engagement there at Macauleys Theatre the week of March 20th with special Wednesday and Saturday matinees The scenic equipment to be used in the staging in Louisville this season is the same that created such a furore in London three years ago when U BenHur was introduced to the English public at the Drury Lane Theatre These effects were also a part of the presentation of the play during the Worlds Fair run at the Olym pic Theatre St Louis the past summer and are now being used at the Big Auditorium Theatre Chicago No play that has ever been produced within the four walls of a theatre has scored a success that could in any way be- conmpared to this impressive and fascinating romance Although dealing with the most delicate stageitsmight grate upon the nerves of the most religiously sensitive has earned the endorsement of the very best people in every com munity To describe BenHur reference should be made to it as a series of the most magnificent pic tures illustrating the times of the Messiah on earth Conspicuous scenes in the enactment are the Star of Bethlehem the City of gnrIdena galley the Grove of DophnoI the Fountain of realistic Roman chariot race in which eight horses struggle for supremacy the Vale of Bin non and the Mount of OliveI All are remarkable exhibits of the best scenic art To these are added some wonderful effects in electric lighting as iuthe Star of Bethlehem where over 25000 electric lights of 82 candle power are used to furnish its powerful ray The advance sale of seats opened Thursday morning March 16 at 9 oclock Manager Macauley of Macauleys Theatre announces that all ont oftown orders if ac companied by cash or money or der will be filled before the regular box office sale opens This for the accommodation of isI ban patrons as reduced rates allargemiles around CHANGE OF FIRM Dr Jt W Gayle announces that he has sold an interest in his Main street store which has been run under the firm name of Gayle Co to Mr Bernerd Ebner and the style of the new firm will be Elmer Co Mr Ebner is an accomplished pharmacist and has been with Dr Gayle for some time READ REFLECT AND ACT Attention is called to the adver tisement of Messrs L B Marshall Co offering the handsome Point Breeze Rodman place for sale It makes an ideal sub urban home and is a valuable piece propertySEED Bovee and Thorburn Second crop 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