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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWTS TKHMS SI 00 In Advance YOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 811905 NO1 4 HTAN OXFORDS ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON I THE Tan Oxford is this season claiming its rightful place as the best summer shue Tan is the coolest leather that can be worn the softest and easiest i on the feet Mnny exclusive styles here including several of the seasons fad t I the sailor tie I Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted f soles medium heel and toe fBrown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole soft as a glove rather narrow toe S350 3 II 300 Laird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords- A southern tie made of tan Idd with cloth top and very light turn sole is a great scllei extremely soft and pleasant to the feet Then a great va- rietyll of Russia calf welt oxfords for street wear 4The 5IThe southern tie is welt oxfords Queen Quality Tan Oxfords IGibsonTies blucher oxfords and plain lace styles in Russia calf with withtLaird Sch ober Cos are practically the wily womens fine shoes in the daintinessiare among shoeseshec varietylr v r RKMcCLURESON Kyef STORAGE WAREHOUSE HUHNKD Tlio warehouse of tho Frankfort Broom Works just oast of tho Peni tentiary used for tho storage of broomoorn was burned to the ground alt Tuesday morning last 1ho fire was discovered at i20 oclock and the whole building t was a mass of lames by tho time the department readied tho place and they made a quick run All that could bo done was to provont tho spread of tho flames to othor property adjacent Two streams of water were thrown on tho burning mass from tfiat time until Wednesday morning Tho loss was total and a pretty heavy one However it was nearly covered by insurance Years of suffering relieved in a night Itching piles yield at once to tho curative properties of Doans Ointment Never falls At any drug store 50 cents l i i iiW THE UN USUAL THING Master Win Cromwell Jr hail his hand pretty severely burned by the premature discharge of a toy pistol on Tuesday morning Sur gical attention was rendered and he was well enough to go away that afternoon with his mother A littlo lad by the route of Plainly living on Wilkinson street shot himself in the hand with a toy pistol on Monday night the wadding going through the hand and lodging just under the skin on the haul of that member Surgical alit was rendered and it is hoped no serious injury will follow CIIAUTAUQUA LAKE N Y Round trip 1485 Dates of aalo July 6th and 7th Tickets limited to 80 days 0 W Hay G P T A l f J HtlCJHIan excellent article on the Patriotic Songs of tho treat Nations of tho Earth by Mrs Ella Hutchison Eli nv11ugor which does that lady grout credit To this article is attached stuff of an hls torical interest that may well be cut out for your sump books as the article mentioned shows some study of the matter in question lho CourierJournal seems to always have space for this corre spondent and it is a case where the Courier does itself credit in ob taining thom + A little life may bo sacrificed to an hours delay Cholera infautum suddonIStrawberry Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat J GREAT CROWDS Have Been Pouring In Every Day at C Ka in Bras Mammoth Clearance Sale IN ItofThe prices which prevail have economicalbuyertin ues Only 7 Days Longer If you are in need of any kind of DRESS GOODS you cannot afford to delay one day to attend this unusual sale hut conic at once and take advan tage of the rare opportunity to save money You cannot find a investment for your dollars than at this Mammoth Clearance Sale We will mention only a few of the numerous bargains we have to offer SILKS 50c quality sale price 87Ac per yard 100 quality sale price 75e per yard 125 quality sale price USe per yardaDRESS GOODS ynrd75c100 quality sale price Too per yard LAWNS yard10ciSo quality sale price lOc per yard INDIA LINEN lOc quality sale price i c per yard ISo quality sale price lOc per yard 25e quality sale yardPE 20o quality sale price loo per yard yard80eJ fBestworth lOu and 12Ae sale price So per yard TABLE LIXEXSfSOc quality sale price tlc per UOo quality sale price 10o per 100 quality solo price HOSIERY 7Uc ynldIilOo quality stele price 80 per pair J pnir25cqunlity 25o quality sale MUSLIN price UXDEHWHARJSUe Garments sale price 100 Garments stile price 79o ouch t SHEETING COTTON yardBest I COTTONS yurdHost CALICOES All the best Calicoes worth oo and Oo at 4o per yard BIG REDUCTION ON TAILORMADE SUITS SKIRTS SHIRT WAISTS AND CHILDRENS DRESSES I t r d ItbiooW rfia1 PERSONAL Prof 7 Ruekor of George town was in the city Wednesday Mr John P Hauloy and wife loft Monday for Olymphia Springs Mr Ed H Elliott and wife of 4 Louisville visited here this week llonkCapt V Berberich spont the 4th of July in Cincinnati Mr Ira D Green of Lexington was a visitor here this week Mr Win Galbraith of Lexing ton was in tho city Monday Mr Vernon L Clark of Phunix Ariz was a visitor hero this week Col Ed E Abbott of the Ky Dist and W H Co spout Tuesday in Covington Master Leon Abbott was the guest of his uncle Mr W G Abbott in Georgetown this week Mr T T Arnold of Owen ton was the guest of his IJrotlwrin law Mr O C Kenney this week MondayLMr Jas W Tunes of Logansport Ind was the guest of his mother Mrs H B Innes this week Mr Chas J Clark of Louisville spent the 4th of July with his niece Miss Annie Herndon Col John C Herndon of Louis ville visited relatives here this weekMiss Annie and Laura Qnarles of Madison Ind visited relatives here this week Miss Clifford Hazelrigg loft Sat urday for Knoxville Tenn to visit friends Miss Mary Strong of Chicago Ills is the guest of Mrs T D Hinde near the Forks of Elkhorn Miss Prue Hunt Brawner is the guest of friends at Portsmouth OhioMrs S C Baker of St Louis Mo is the guest of Mrs George Baker Third street Mr Bon Dudley of Louisville was the guest of his cousin Mr Win J Dudley on tho Fourth Miss Eloise Booe has returned from a visit to her old home at Flemingsburg Mr Julian Chinn of Cincinnati visited his patents Dr G W Chinn and wife this week Judge W H Sneed and wife re turned from St Louis Mo on Friday night Mr R B M Colvin of Falmouth was the guest of Rev T F Talia ferro his fatherinlaw this week Wilmingtonthis week Mrs J N Miles and son Mr Franklin Miles visited relatives here on Sunday Mr Jas H Dryden of Hamilton Ohio visited his parents Mr J B Dryden Sr and wife this week Mr Milton Culter of Louisville 5s visiting his parents Mr W M Cutter South Side Miss Ida AL Dryden left Tuesday for Dayton 0 to visit her sister Mrs Ross A McCallum Mr John M Scott and Mr Mn son B Barret of Louisville were guests of relatives here this week Mr John B Lee and wife of Richmond are visiting relatives hero this week Mrs Carrie Graham Randall of Guthrie Ky is visiting relatives here Mr James M West of Irvine was the guest of his brother CnptI I T West this week Rev Father Meara of Columbus Ohio was the guest of Rev Father T S Major this week Col T A Hall and wife spent the Fourth with his mother in Nelson county Miss Genevieve Posey roturued Tuesday from a visit to Miss Edith Simpson at Dixon Springs Penn Mr L A West of Irvine was the guest of his uncle Capt L T West Tuesday Mrs Jennie Cardwell visited rela tIes in New Albany Ind this week Mrs L Labrot and daughter Miss Irma visited in Louisville this weekMiss Anna McLean of Knoxville Tenn is visiting her brother Mr J Gray McLean Third street Miss louse Brashear of Owens boro who was the guest of Mrs Eli H Brown Jr leas returned home Gen Fayetto Hewitt went to th Confederate Home of which he a trustee yesterday Mr J D Richardson and wife of Shelby county were tho guests of Mr and Mrs N F Richardson Mr and Mrs V H Richardson of Louisville wore tho guests of r their parents this week Craik Jackson of Dixon s Penn visited relatives yMrthis week John G Rogers and Mr B W Groom made a business trip to Grand Rapids Mich this week it j Mr Bon F Nowhouse of Chicago Ills visited his old homo horn this week Mist Christine Stouhonrach of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Margarot Boiborieh- Mr J If Richardson of the Bryant Stratton Rashness Col lege is at homo for a vacation this week Mr N F Richardson Jr of Nashville Tonn Spent to 4th with his parents Mr Mrs N F Richardson of this county Mr Allen Bond of Lawrence burg who has been the guest of his cousin Mr Paul Collins has gone to LexingtonMr Negus of Greenville Miss is the guest of his fatherinlaw Gen D W LI soy South Side Rev John H Burdin of Mt Edon was in tho city this weok tho guest of his aunt Mrs Mar garet Schlosser Capt M H Insko Deputy Col lector of Carlisle tool in the 4th in this city and has boot hero all week Mrs J L Butlei of Bowling Green who has been the guest of her father Mr W J Hughes Murray street has returned home Mrs Wm Cromwell and son Will left Tuesday for Cleveland Ohio to visit Mr John C Crom well Mrs Ada Smith of Riploy Ohio was called hero to attend the funeral of her nephew Mr C M Walcutt Tuesday Mr George A Richardson of LaGrange spent the 4th of July with his brother Mi N F Richardson near this city Messrs R A Baker Robert Stone mud Allot Brady of Louisville spout the 4th of July in this cityMrs R H Bradley and daugh ters Miss Susie and Miss Grace are guests of Dr John W Gayle Washington street Miss Bird Morton nnd Miss Nell Miller of Kansas City Mo are guests of Misses Ruby and Eva Macklin Washington street Mr A Dudley Blanton of Lan caster Ohio visited his mother Mrs Alice B Blanton Saturday and Sunday Mrs John S VanWinkle of Danville who has been the guest of her son Mr A C VanWinkle has returned home Mr W E Bryan and Miss Helen Bate Floyd of Louisville were guests of Mr Clarence Julian and wife this week Mr W E Koop and wife who have been guests of her father Mr Alex W Macklin Have returned to their home in Louisville Mr Fred H VanDervoer of Nashville Tenn was called hero to attend the funeral of his aunt Mrs Kate M Maher Mr Richard A VanDervoer and wife of Lexington were called here Saturday to attend the funeral of his aunt Mrs Kate M Mauer Mr Leslie Combs and Miss Mamie Hoke of Louisville are visiting Mr C M Bridgeford and family Wilkinson street Mr Alex T Lewis of Ky State College spent Saturday and Sun day here the guest of his fattier Mr J B Lewis Mr Will A Lowis of Harriman Tenn visited his wife and other relatives here this week returning home Wednesdaynight Miss Kate Williams of Minne apolis Minn who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Bon Marshall has returned home Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown who has been visiting her cousin Miss Janie Dehonoy hUB returned hone Miss M Lockott Smith who has been the guest of her cousin Mrs Ben T Farmer in Cincinnati has returned home Mr John W Rending and bride of Jellico Tenn were guests of his parents Mr W T Reading and wife week Miss Mary Scottow of the Baptist Orphan Home Louisville visited her parents Mr W J Soot tow and wife this week Mr Frank D Bull of Missis sippi who has boon tho guest of his mother Mrs S e Bull re tiirnod homo Sunday night Miss Ida B Hull of Midway and Miss Elizabeth Craig of Missouri who worn guests of Mrs Jos Uu pert Third street have returned Inhume Capt W J Steele former Chief of Police of Versailles but now a Woodford county farmer was the truest of his sister Mrs J I Davis this week Lexingston who was death of his brotherinlaw Mr Andrew Trumbo returned home Monday night Mr A I o an McKee and wife of Cincinnati were called hero to attend tho funeral of his nephew Mr Carroll M Walcutt on Tues day Mr Chas L McKee and wife of High Bridge were called here to attend the funeral of his nephew Mr Carroll M Walcutt on Tues day J i1 tI Mr Robert Crutchor of Louis ville is visiting his sister Mrs H M pellet in this city and will spend the greater part of his vaoa itlon here Mr Hugh Rodman and Mr John M Rodman wife and children of Louisville spent tho Fourth of July with their parents Col Jos L Rodman and wifo lryan1exriscousins Mr W J Lewis Mr W H Lewis and Mr Goo A Lewis since the Confederate Reunion loft for home on Tuesday Col John F Davis and wife hold a reunion of thoir family in this city on Tuesday There wore present Mrs Toe Green Mr W J S Davis and wife Mr Goo C Davis Mr John F Davis Jr and wife MaryDavis RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH pnstor8 p in Morniner subjot Yo Have Tar ried Long Enough Evening subject Tho Anglo Saxon and the Worlds Future illustrated by a largo map of the worldSundayschool at 945 in the chapelBaraca Class at 045 taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union 7151pTopic The Indwelling Christ WOdneSdn1nlfree ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rec torRev R L McCready of Louisville will conduct these services Sunday July 9 8 a m Holy Communion 980 a m Sundayschool 11 a in Morning Prayer and Ser mon 780 p m Prn er and Sermon Wednesdnyt780 p m Evening Prayer Friday 750 p m BiblestudyitTeachers meeting at 715 5 The public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov C E Miller of Lexington will preach at 11 a m No evening soivice- Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society has adjourned for the summer Everybody Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRov J McClusky Blay ney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a in- No evening service- Sundayschool at 980 am Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor being absent there will be no service at oclock a At 745 m Rev Wm Crowo of the Southern Presbyterian Church will preach the Metho dist congregation will worship with tho Southern Presbyterian eon ro gation in the morning and tho Southern Presbyterian congrega tion with the Methodists in tho eveningSundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 3 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 745- Everybody invited to attend LEESTOWN MISSIONMr Ed win Kagin of the Kentucky Pros byterian Theological Seminary will conduct the services at tho Lees town Mission Chapel every Sunday evening at 780 oclock A prayer meeting will bo held on Thursday evening at 7110 Those services will continue through tho summer BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe will preach at 880 Sunday after noon SWALLOWFIELD CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev T N Arnold will preach tonight Saturday at 7 oclock and Sunday morning at 11 oclock i ANOTHER NICE THING Tho Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co have agreed to donate onefourth of the gross receipts of their road to tho Kings Daughters Hospital on Friday next July 14th on tho occasion of tho great game of baso ball between the State Onicials and the County Olllctials As everybody will seo this game tho monoy this company will give tho hospital will bo a good sied pile- S aINDIAN ROCK Wo give below a sketch of a famous tragedy which took plow on Main Elkhorn five miles front this city as narrated in Collins History of Kentucky Col JHH A Scott has his summer lodge lit this place and it took its name from a noted rock in tho crook where tradition tells that tho body of the Indian Chief killed by one of tho heroic Cook women lodged after it had Leon thrown into tho creel and also from the fact that In the big limestone cliff which juts out at that point there is what looks at a short distance just like the read of an Indian Chief From Collins History of Ky FEMALE HEROISM The facts in the following account of an attack on Innis settlement near Frankfort in April 1792 are derived from the Rev Abraham Cook n venerable minister of the Baptist Church himself a pioneer who died in 1855 90 years of age and the brother of Jesse and Hosoa Cook the husbands of the two in trepid and heroic females whose bravery is here recorded Some five or six years previous to the occurrence of tho ovont named a settlement was com inenced on South Elkhorn a short distance above its junction with the North fork which though tot very strong was considered a sort of asylum from Indian invasion About Christmas in the year 1791 two brothers Jesse and Hosea Cook and their families their brotherinlow Lewis Mnstin and fancily and William Dunn and part of his family with William Bledsoe and family moved to Main Elk horn about three miles from tho above named place and formed a settlement in a bottom there known as Innis bottom A man by the name of Farmer with his family shortly after made a settle ment a short distance lower down the crook and an overseer and three negroes had been placed on an improvement of Colonel Innis a short distance above Tho new settlement was between three and four miles from Frankfort at that time containing but a tow families It was composed of newly married persons some with and others children They had boon exempt from Indian depredations up to the 28th of April 1712 al though a solitary Indian on horse back hnd passed it in tho night during the preceding winter The two Cooks settled in cabins close together Mastin and Bledsoe occu pied dojublo cabins some three hun dred yards from the Cooks tho cabin of Dunn was about three hundred yards from those above named and Farmers about tho samo distance below the Cooks while Innis overseer and negroes wore located about threefourths of a mile above On the day above mentioned the 2Kth of April 1792 an attack was made on three several points of tho settlements almost simultaneously by about one hundred Indians The first onset was mado upon tho Cooks The brothers were near tho cabins one engaged in shearing sheep the other looking on The sharp crack of rifles was tho first intimation of tho proximity of tho Indians and that fire was fatal to tho brothers tho elder fell dead and the younger was mortally wounded but enabled to reach the cabin the two Mrs Cooks with three children two whites mild one black wore instantly collected In the house and tho door a very strong one made secure Tho In dians unable to enter discharged their rifles at the door but without injury as the balls did not pene trato through tho thick boards of which it was constructed They then attempted to out it down with thoir tomahawks but with no bettor success While these things occurred without thorn was doop sorrow mingled with fearless de resolvei morIsolo defenders of tho cabin with the throe children There was a rifle in the house but no balls could bo found In this extremity one of the woolen got hold of a musket hall and placing it between her teeth actually bit it in two pieces With one she instantly loaded tho rifle lime Indians failing in their attempt to cut down tho door had retired a few paces in front doubt less to consult upon their future operations Ono seated himself upon a log apparently apprehend i KoLLTHII COUCH AND CURt HE LUNCS gsNeiy r FOR cONSUMPTION Prlco BOcSIOO JFrco TrialtSurest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG LES nFly or MONEY BACK 011i J hag no danger from within Ob serving him Mrs Cook tool aim front a narrow iponun and fired e1Jihoundload This infuriitod the savages who threatened for they aould speak English to burn the house timid nil tho inmates Several speedily climbed to the top of tho cabin and kindled a flro on theIIboards of the roof Tho devouring element began to take effect and with loss determined and resolute courage within tho certain de struction of the cabin and the lentil of the inmates must have been tho consequence Rut the self posses sion and intrepidity of these Spar tan females were equal to the occa sion One of thou instantly as cended to the loft and the other handled her water with which silo extinguished time fire Again and again the roof was fired and as often extinguished The water failing the undaunted women called for some eggs which were broken and the contents thrown upon the flro for a timo holding the flames at bay Their next resource was the bloody waistcoat of tho bustiband and brotherinlaw who lay dead upon the floor Time blood with which this was profusely saturated cheeked tho progress of the flames but as they appeared speedily to bo gathering strength another and the lust expedient proved successful The savage foo yielded and the fruitful expedient of female courage tri umphed One Indian in bitter dis appointment fired at his unseen enemy through the boards but did not injure her when the whole im mediately descended front the roof About the time the attack com menced a young man named Mc Andre escaped on horseback in view of the Indians who it was supposed would give the alarm to the older neighboring settlement As soon as they descended from the housetop a few climbed some contiguous trees and instituted a sharp lookout While in the trees one of them fired a second ball into tho loft of the cabin which out to pieces a bundle of yarn hanging near tho head of Mrs Cook but without doing further injury Soon after they throw tho body of the dead Indian into the adjacent creek and precipitately fled iA few moments after tho Cooks attacked Mastin in conversation with MoAndro near his cabin vas fired upon and wounded in the Knee but not so badly as to disable him He commenced a rapid retreat to his house but received a second shot whinh Instantly killed- him MoAndro escaped on horseback nnd carried with him to the old settlement one of Mastins small children Dunn and two of his sons one aged sixteen and the other nine years the only members of time family then in the bet tom not having boon observed byJthe Indians when the attack com menced escaped to the woods and separated The old man mado his k way safely to the older settlement but the boys woro afterwards dis covered by tho Indians and bothtmurdered Ono of the negroes at Jdlledtho kindness nn1 hospitality characteristic of pioneer life The alarm was quickly soIcated to the adjacent and before nightfall a body of seventyfive to ono hundred mon wore in hot pursuit of the retreat Ing foo The main body of tho In diane howevor reached tho Ohio and crossed it safely in advance of tho Kentuckians A small party who had lingered behind and stolen 1P some negroes and horses from another settlement woro overtaken on the succeeding morning a short distance from the Ohio by a por tion of tho pursuing force among thorn the venerable William Irue man of tho city of MayHvillo then s a youth Time whites fired and tho hindmost Indian foil severely wounded Ono of tho whites urn prudently urged his horse through the tall grass to tho spot where the Indian foil when the latter raised his rifle and shot him through tho heart He then rose to his foot and attempted to reach time thicket to which his comrades had re treated but was fired upon and killed some fifteen or twenty balls having boon lodged in his body CANDIDATE FOR MA YORI1Wo are authorized to announce N Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the cityLof Frankfort subject to tho of the Democratic party Elec tion November HJ0520te rJ t VoIM fte IiLV D3lwI- t C t 1Gt BEATMS WALCUTT At Lakeland on Monday Mr Carroll M Waloutt son of Mrs Lizzie MoKco Walcutt aged 85 years Mr Waloutt was a talented and brilliant young man He had served with credit in the Spanish war and in the regular army in the Phillipinos The remains wore brought hero on Tuesday for interment in the t family lot in our cemetery He leaves a mother one sister two children and a large circle of relatives to mourn his untimely death TRMUBOAt the residence of his mother Mrs R M Trumbo in Trumbos Bottom on Saturday Mr Andrew Trumbo aged 26 years Mr Trumbo was a splendid young man industrious and upright Some month or more ago ho was injured while at work in the ele vator at the Old Crow Distillery It was found necessary to amputate his leg but without avail He made a gallant fight for life Ho was a devoted son and brother He was a member of the Odd Fellows and his brethren of Capital Lodge No 0 I O O F attended the burial in a body The funeral services were conducted by Rev Dr J McC Blaynoy on Monday morning from the family resi deuce and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery Ho leaves a widowed mother four sisters and one brother to mourn his untimely en- dJONESAt the residence of Mrs Jeff Minor on Cedar Run Mrs Allie Vaughan Jones aged years t daughter of the late beloved J C VaughanMrs was a good woman in every acceptation of the term She was a member of the Methodist Church She was a sister of Mrs Albert Rogers Mr J Church and Mr Allen Vaughan A large circle of friends will be saddened by her de- athBIRTM3a LAUGHLINIn this city on Tuesday to Mr Victor Laughlin and witf1a daughter MARRIED HARHODPI HKI NS In this city Tuesday Mr Isaiah Harrod and Miss Mary Perkins of Shelby county were man led by Rev JII 1 StueRor 5ECNB WEEK Great MILL = END Sale The greatest buying opportunity ever offered the people of Franklin county MILL END GINGHAMS Good colors In neat stripes MILL END NOTIONS 3cPaper Gem Pins 3cCard Pearl Buttons 10c White Dress Shields 19cColgate Perfume Talcum 10cBox 3 Cakes Buttermilk Soap 4cBest Calico MILL END WHITE GOODS 8c India Linen worth 12 12c 15c Persian Lawn worth 20c 10c Madras worth 15c SnleJContinues Every Day Next Week BUSINESS MENS CLUB INVITED TO CINCINNATI The Cincinnati Business Mens Club has invited the Frankfort Business Mens Club to visit the Queen City early in September They are promised a nice time Every effort will be made to draw the two organizations in closer touch President Harper will take the necessary steps looking to the trip e Diptheria relieved in twenty min utes Almost miraculous Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil At any drug store e A SMOOTH ARTICLE When you find it necessary to use salve use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for Sores Burns Boils Eczema Blind Blooding Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by J W Gayle e ASSUMES JURISDICTION IN POWERS CASE Judge A 11 J Coohran U S District Judge for the Eastern Dis triot of Kentucky handed down his decision yesterday morning in the ease of Caleb Powers and decided in a strung and able document that sumclelltifor the interference of the United States Court in that uric and or dvred the papers transferred to his court OASZWOeJABears Signature of A CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup niornlugisso is a good nights rest loud the absence of that weakening cough debilitating night sweat Rest 1less nights and the exhaustion duu to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can taldngGormllnlarly Should you bo able to go to a wanner climo you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle Hoc regular size loc A tall drug gists yr W S FARMER Written for the Roundabout GHOSTSA STORY FOR MEN ONLY A LightChapter IV Though r believe in transition I hold firm to faith in God as well as the immortality of the soul Still believing in devotion to ones ideals the strict allegienoe to duty the teal entity of love and the use fulness of prayerand that of forgiveness is an attribute growing out of the utter abnegation of self When everything us wo ourselves are in equilibrium with the whole creation of God and this condition evidently was mine for as I followed the pointed finger of Jacks wife I out upon a scene suggestive of a vast conflagration with emotions of in teiest mixed with reverential awe f The clouds rolled together in golden splendor catching tint after tint of rose and amber the glory of another world shining resplendent on the silver lining of the earths canopy A catastrophe truly of the atmospheric ether wherein was burned up by some electric power all the worldly dross of improvi lent desire and the pathetic debris of impersonal actions All at once there trembled on the air the first faint notes of a trumpetin this chamber of silence and in answer to the summons there appeared myriads of angelic messengers who rode upon the chariots of flame with indescribable swiftness bring ing in their arms treasures of rare value and virtue beyond price One came to each of us Hers was a creature of exquisite form matchless as Appolo with a face as serene and beautiful as a Greek God Mifie was a little child whose every characteristic was grace itself and the tenderness of wild blossoms was in the deep wells of the greyish blue eyes with the smile of angels in the quiet pools Wo were surrounded for the space of half an hour with these heav only visitors whoso message of condolence seemed to bring peace to the inmates of the cave all except Jacks wifewho wrung her hands in a mute entrent ing still with mute impassioned voice and gesture the wonderful son of the morning whoso mission it was to preach to the spirits in prison He talked to her With a kindness not of earth She listened with an earnestness born of heaven her head bowed and with folded hands suggestive of a devout and conse crated villingness to obey implicitly whatever instructions might by given from the lips of the holy nail could not catch their import I dared not cross the bar of her province and presume to question the means to a given end some time she would give it to nu of her own volition and I was satisfied My companion was Jacks child not his earth child but the angel who always beholds the fane of God The guardian of the littler mountain lass whoso small life had bloomed in the midst of poverty and blossomed in till dust of irreconcilable elements She took my hang and with dancing foot led me away to a chamber apart from the rest to where found luck seated a stone with halved head and OLD TAYLOR TIlE PRE- IIIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky f MENS SHIRTING Mill Ends in right lengths for shirts 20c to 50c TAILORED SUITS 500 for 1200 to 1500 Scotch Mixed Suits SKIRTS 200 Lot Skirts Mohair or Mixture worth 300 to 400 SHIRT WAISTS 50c Man Like Waist regular 100 quality MILL END DRESS GOODS In right length for skirts waists or suits at about 12 price MILL END SILKS In best goods at prices that you can not afford to fail to take ad vantage of manner void of life and purpose less I called to him but he gave no reply and bending over him I found his face white as death and his lips purple as if dyed with the juice of rnpe- Immediately I knew he had taken kanwie a drug of such powerful import that only a divine interposi tion could one hope to interdict its loudly influence But the child was before me She knelt and breathed her perfect respiration upon his lips wiping them with her hands and measur ing the slowly beating pulse with an air of composure surprising in its effects and bringing about returning consciousness marked to a opened his eyes and seeing me he smiled The child sat near us seemingly in wait for something a promise understood and I too waited as do those who are in doubt while the earth grew calm as a dream of summer and the light grew dim fading at last to faint rays of palest blue and ending shinlugfriend He smiled again and looked up with an appearance of determination to conquer whatever doubt remained and spoke with an air of heroic manhood Would you have believed this of powerlesslongerDreaming strange dreams of an in dividual happiness which could only be idealized in the real of the universal phantasmagcria of Mala I loved a woman who has been the destruction of funnily ties she holds my destiny with that of the child in the tiny circle of her slender fingers She has power to mould my nature with the plas tic touch of sympathetic passion But she lives impart from me in an atmosphere whore I mill not enter and the separation of buoy and spirit mind and matter floods me at times with melancholy kindling a passion for death or suicide or annihilation or of driving me in sane the mere thought of which to a lonely man is a horror of himself and he longs to escape from his own misery and solitude by the temptation of crime with a sense of dumb desolation lost and bewil dered forgotten lulu forsaken by God the world sod the woman for 110105haweOnce every year she conies to this cave of electrical phenomenon where sonic subtle influence per meates time atmosphere and she is permitted to bath her wasted eneri gies in the pools of Iothe Others forms and faces accompany her HolyWritover the repentant sinner and some time we are norm It ted to wit ness a host of tin heavenly as you have tonight and comfort the weary of earth asj the Master himself was comforted in the Garden of Gl tliscin tie was not so fortunate because I ante IhIl1 with determination to take the life of tit woman I loved and falling in this had no other resolve than to take my own life The kingdom of the child rare loveliness peoples its strewn bcrdois what licateHowerI n lint imbues its little people thius angel setting here ing saved me from the realms of perdition awaiting my promise to accept trials sorrows and cares with the strength and endurance of a superior helper and never harbor again the thought or tuI pose of personal promise all ulcidIto the waiting in peace for Holy Writ comtj true A little child shall lead them shall rltuiloitmother of the child should come illillrdevotion that shall not be Gods the child and hors l finished and as the soft cadences of his voice echoed along the mysterious vault above our heads I heard the lilting J r MILL END Sale Pries Cash Only A FAMOUS REMEDY 1 ayruptlieAn as true as I tell you doctor dear Im feelin finer than ever Ive been QThe poor consumptive should not be the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment the disease mani fests its presence he should be given Bo schees German Syrupa pure nonalcoholic medicine that is made specially for the cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrhj colds coughs croup sore and all bronchial affections in old and young qIt is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure centuryqTrial bottle 750 At druggists throughout the world e For sale by J W Gayle peroeptibledarkuess flight Drawing the arm of Tack proceelecttohalting and stumbling along its siugularfidOUtrpeculiar structure and closed for tunately I knocked but only theKsound of a subdued murmur came back to me You try tack Iqsuggested Perhaps till guardian of this port may recognize in your knock some hint of membership and permit us to emerge from this underground point of view A lit Ito light on the subject would please mo not a little Though weak behestithroeringed circle of request sharp and commanding as the muzzle of a rifle and it was answerod as quickly Is it well with thee Is It well with the dllldol1oe more thokoopersponded It is will We passed out through an avenue of trees into the faint shining of uponthoof a tuck the distant haying of lugs told of life and looking into the face of luck I felt that ho was saved as if by fire N S COX 4eDO IT TODAY 1tIjllHltlitlN0tyou can do today is MOW goon orally presented in this form Do n1IcoldI t IOlJllHIVtIf01be Dr Hoscheos Gorman Syrup il i1thirtyfiveit will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold anti Its continueduse for a tow days will euro yon deepsoated j consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely beforefucases of lung trouble New trialbottles 25c regular size 75o At S all drugigsts jvr THeFianMortRoundaDout Entered at the postollice lit Frankfort Ken tmtkyns secondclass niailable matter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 8 1905 THE GLORIOUS FOHUTH Splendid Day Big Crowd Attends and Has a Fine Time r Tuesday morning the clouds por tended evil during the earlier hours of the morning but by 8 oclock i the brisk winds hail blown thorn away and a splendid day followed the heat bti ig tempered by a stilt breeze e A largo crowd of people came in from all directions and the streets were lined with vehicles of all t kindsThe parade which was a very creditable one was formed on time l and marched the assigned route The only benevolent order to turn out was the Elks and the antlered f crowd made a very creditable parade The vehicles crowJed with the i Sundayschool children under the Chaperonage of selected teachers was an attractive feature of the t parade After reaching the Capitol e grounds the big assembly was 1called to order by Gen D W Lind i Divine blessing was in yoked by Rev J K P South and t Gen Lindsoy in an Impressive- t manner rend the Declaration off Independence accompanying it jI with a few appropriate remarks The tenminute oratorical contest i participated in by Messrs T N f Arnold Jr Geo C Davis and tiP Stuart Lucas was listened to and Mr Arnold was awarded the prize t by the JudgesChief Justice Hob Hon Gen Lindsey and Prof J H Fuqua Sr The addresses of all the young men were good and warmly applauded they each evi t dencing oratorical ability of no 1 mean order- JudgeWm Lindsay of New York City who was to have boon the 1orator of the day was unable to and Judge J H Hazel rigg and Chief Justice J P Hob eloquentrThe crowd were then dismissed t with the benediction by Rev Dr M B Adams t In the afternoon the saddle horse i contest for the prize there being eight entries was awarded to Mr W S Showalter on his beautiful beingkL Mayhall and Mr Ralph R The next thing on the program tiwas the prize offered by Mr Geo b H Stehlin for the hest performer in the old fiddlers contest Mr firsttI ful music kept a big crowd for more than an hour t The skiff race on the river was Iewon by Messrs Charley Smith and 1James Patton easily distancing their competitors Messrs W H Hogo Capt Sam T Leavy and r Rev Wm Crowe were the judges The jollity of the day uas wound- I up by the beautiful fire works of original and brilliant design which wero set oft from Salenders wharf on the South Side opposite the Customhouse and were witnessed I by a lease crowd who manifested their pleasure at each new display t A5 on all and every occasion the small boy was there by a large majority and made things interest i ing for the rest of the people from r start to finish Wo are happy to say that nothing f of an untoward nature happened to mar the occasion The crowd was We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION emft And yet in the matter of restorIappetite of giving newIto the tissues especiallyI ling the medicineI nerves its action is thatI SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York socandjioo all druggistsI r i N L Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left SideIDrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me Mrs H R Jobe formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from Eldredge the same state as follows rec1ommendsufferer how much good they have done me Last winter I had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down for the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on left side for a long time I got Heart Cure and took three bottles- i have no trouble now with my heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem gettingnerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried your Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all I never fail to recommend it to others afflicted as I was All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies free book AddreuDr large good humored neatly and comfortably clad and orderly to an unusual degree there being a marked absence of that unseemly drunkenness which so often tears such celebrations Time gentlemen who had charge of the affair did themsolevs great credit and afforded a day of unalloyed pleasure to several thousand people outside of the inhabitants of this city for which they deserve great praise MSB Early Risers Tho famous little pills NO SLOUCH OF A JUMPER Dr Richard P Buckmaster time osteopathic physician of Lexing ton who practices in this city on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday of each week was returning to his home in Lexington on the420L N train on Tuesday and happening to see that the C O train was bound to collide with his train jumped from the window of the oar and leaped the fence near by just as the two trains butted into each other thus escaping all danger In addition to being a flue osteopathic operator time Doctor is no slouch as a jumper FINE RECORD Rev John W Lewis the second son of Mr John F Lewis and wife of Buffalo N Y formerly of this city who is attending the New York University at University Heights has made a tine record He was awarded the first prize of 75 in gold in the oratory contest and stood first in all his classes ox copt one and in that he achieved a inlaMr Lewis is a young and elo quont preacher in the Presbyterian Church and has a bright future ahead of him He is a nephew of Mr Geo A Lewis and Mr J B Lewis of this office His many relatives and friends hero are proud of his flue record CASTOeIABear Signature of A Han RINE SADDLE MARE SfO N1 71mlthurofrom the line black saddle mind buggy mare of Mr J Ed rutthor und redo her away The thieves were traced as far as this city and out thin Louisville pike whore the trail was lost but it is f1IeIwas a very 0110I with white face and one hind white five years old sixteen high hnndsI Any rows of time mare thankfully received and rewarded by Mr Curtcher at Duckers rI 4 LETTER FROM OUR SAILOR BOY S JL S Franklin IV Norfolk Va I thought I would drop lives to lot you all know wo are nil well and still having a good time lho Roundabout and read br must lVlIlJod in lionIfllnSlbeta made time loop with some big farmer hero Ho land old Spike blotted for a little while but when that old Kentucky blood began to got hot that Irishmans lists wore flying around like drum sticks on a snare drum And when mistlulonroOlooked like hog livers and we dont think ho will start anything else Corbott All ho got was a Frith of sprained thumbs Wo hammocks once a month and that great day came yesterday and wo had to scrub some Wo had the following bill of faro this morning Oat meal three slices of ham throo fried eggs plenty of bread and but ter ono quart of coffee and a big piece of blackberry plo We have Ice cream on Sunday Norfolk Va has the reputation of feeding bettor than any other receiving station Would liko to see all of the Frankfort boys join time Navy and we could have a swell time We have several boys hero who can play the piano and every evening we dance and have a good time We will go to Washington in two weeks and we expect to have a good time I hope several of the boys will join in September When we were coming they all said we would be sorry that we enlisted but we find that they did not know anything about it and we are glad we joined now The officers are all nice men and we get liberty twice a week The only thing we did not like at first was scrubbing our own clothes but you get to like it after a week or so We dont have any thing to do on Saturday just hang around until dinner then we go out in town and stay until Mon day morning if we want to anti everybody seems to like a sailor here We are all gaining flesh every day- Marhall and Nichols are chewing the rag with some fellows about the North and South Of course you know who they are taking up for Corbett is studying a book called The Blue Jackets Manual Ho wants to loop and I think he will when he is called up for exam inations for ordinary seaman I have to bring this letter to a close for this time Yours truly C J SHEETINGER For forty years Dr Fowlers Ex tract of Wild Strawberry bas been curing summer complaint dysentery diarrhoea bloody flux pain in the stomach and it has never yet failed to do everything claimed for it SPLENDID APPEAL TO PATRIOTISM On Sunday night lust Rev M B Adams D D preached a sermon on America the Handiwork of God in which he made a splendid appeal in behalf of a thorough in stilling into the minds of the youth of the land of the immortal principles set forth in the declaration of independence for which such a high price had been paid by our forefathers in blood and treasure and which had been baptized in their prayers and tears Hn outlined the history of this country briefly showing the guid ing hand of Providence all the way along the journey from the landing of the pilgrim fathers up to this good day and showed that whether we would or not we had become a world power and God had laid upon us the duties and responsibilities of such a power that we dare not shrink from the discharge of those duties that only AngloSaxon in tegrity of purpose and exulted ideas asto the stern discharge of the ob ligations laid upon us could carry out the purposes of Heaven with regard to this Nation His appeal to his audience to be first of all Christians before we PopuIliFts shouldTaskthis popular or winning course to pursue but whether it was RIGHT 1uldlnglourpoo plu would be long continued as a blessing not only to ourselves but to the outside world There was a largo audience pros ont who united heartily in singing the well known hymn My Coun try Tis of Thee The sermon was greatly enjoyed and was peculiarly appropriate as coming just before the celebration of our Nations birthday Pleasant to take TnAeAfu i Laxativew a- f NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried w- ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE l1 Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades1Cradles and Fingers r ft Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones W eelbo rows Thresher Machine 011tTarpaulins Monkey WrenchesNP- ipe Fittings and Wrenches 1 FRANK G STAGG tl Hardware Paints Oils Etc Ji State College of Kentucky AI Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical t Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineeringrand Mining Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leading to a masters degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professorsxa-nd instructors County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The Legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for young women and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and in use Military tactics and science are fully provided for as required by Congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the College to supply Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering instruction in science and in arts The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of college is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work The completion of the College home for young women provides facilities for good board and lodging It is equipped with all modem conveniences including bath rooms and room for physical culture J It is heated by steam and lighted by electricity I t1thoroughKentucky qt For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information re yw garding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D LL Dkor to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky fiFall Term Begins September 14 1905I43td Ih atit r DANGEROUS WRECK On Tuesday last a very serious accident occurred on the L N R R at Viley Station a flag sta tion just this side of Lexington It seems that this is the regular point for the C O and L N trains of the afternoon to pass each other The 420 L N train going east was a little late in roach ing that point where it side tracks for the through C O to pass A flagman was sent ahead to notify the C O while the L N was attempting to reach the siding Just after the engine of the L N had started on the switch the C O engineer not j seeing the flagman came on at full speed The engineer of the L N train Mr Jackson quick as a reversed his engine so as to Il1ash it on the main track to re Delve the shook and save the pas sengers from death He accom pUshed his purpose and the two r engines came together with a crash lwhich derailed both but did not fthrow the cars off The engines were battered up pretty well 11 Twentythree passengers on the L N train were more or less bruised and injurod but luckily no one was killed Among those injured were Col P walton proprietor of the Kentucky Journal of this city and itIrs Geo W Wilder of Paris well hero LexingtO came on here at 1280 oclock Wednesday morning The passengeru on the C O train did not know that there was a collision until after it was over that train being so much the heavier and the L N train being almost still at the time of accident t GEORGETOWN ELKS FAIR HORSE SHOW AND CAR- NIVALl r r We are in receipt of a compli mentary ticket to the approaching x Elks Fair Horse Show and Carni iVal at Georgetown which will i occur on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 2528 li Pulliam by the courtesy of Secretary B J r 4 The fairs held by this organiza tion heretofore have been clean and attractive and have done much to help the agricultural inter I eats of Scott county especially and this whole section generally h The program is one that prom ises well for this year patronized1 J f JNO E MILES v AGENT Dealer In Grade Flour teHigh Ky Is the Staff of Life IIam agent for the sale of 1BALLAIZDS 1 OBELISKFLOUR iIiAt this place to grocers It is a winner J ho in shape to exchange 4Flour for Wheat after harvest X with farmers at the- M K Flour Store Call and see me and give mo your Iltrnde JNO E MILES one 3 t- ft i Our Big Alteration and MidSummer Sale And will last only 20 days Everything in our lare stock of Dry Goods and Notions will be sold at great reduction Dont miss this opportunity to get real bargains 7 CHAS J WEITEL Successor to Weltzel ODonnell ANSWERS LAST SUM1I0 SI Hon John Hay Secretary State in the Cabinet of President Roosevelt died on Saturday morning last after an illness of several months from over work Mr Hay had made himself im mortal as a diplomat and mastermind of this age He commenced life when a young man as private secretary to President Lincoln and was highly esteemed for his tact and ability He had served in the Cabinet of Presidents McKinley and Roosevelt He had also been Minister to England In all the public stations held by him ho had gone steadily forward making straightforward and direct actions the guide in all that he did in place of the usual indirect and devious way of the diplomat He was admired throughout the world for his manly character and mas terly mind He is considered to be the ablest of all the Secretaries of State of the United States America and the world mourns his untimely end 125 CINCINNATI AND RE TURN Sunday July 10th via F C and Queen Crescent Route Tickets good only on special train leaving Frankfort 780 a in stop ping at intermediate stations and connecting with Q C Route at Georgetown returning leaving Cin cinnati 880 p in same date All amusement parks openZoo Chas tAr Park Lagoon Coney Island EXTREMELY LOW RATES AN NOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates are an nounced via the Southern Ry from Louisville for the following special occasions 8000 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return July 8 inclusive account In torrnational Epworth League Con vention 2025 Denver Colorado Springs and Puelbo Cnl and return Au gust 12 and 18 account Fraternal Order ot Eagles 2800 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return August 29 to September 2 inclusive account National Grand Army of the Republic 1585Athens Ga and return July 7 8 and In account Athens Summer School 005 Chattanooga Tenn and return September 10 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anni versary Battle of Chickamauga H 50 Portland Ore Iud return daily up to and including Septem ber 30 account Lewis told Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returning via San Fran cisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during July August and September account Lewis and Clark Exposition- 1050Sail Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return August 8 to 14 Francisco Los A ngolos or San Diego Cal and return fre quent dates during July August old Cheap Hoinoseokors tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and ninny other points July 4th and 18th August 1st and 18th September 5th and 19th Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information fold ers schedules etc address A R Cook C P T Al234 Fourth Ave Louisville- C erford 284 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G R Allen A G P A StILouis Mo- W H Tayloe G P A Washing ton D C r C 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH No21a No Lexington 621 Frankfort 8H Sbelbyvllle 820I 7OC At Louisville 8IN NORTHI No 22 P NoII Louisville 830 60Shelbyvllle 928 700 Frankfort 1018 740 A Lexington 1116 840 Dr Weavers Syrnp and Cerate Saceeaatul tmtweat for blood end kIn dtoMM DR R M COBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 10Sin SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EX CURSIONS ON TH- EC0 Old Point Comfort Va Sum mer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14th limit 15 days Rate 1200Atlantic City N J Summer Excursion Tickets on sale Au gust 14th Rate 14 00 Old Point Comfort Va Sum mer Excursion August 12th limited 15 days Rate 1200 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address- G W BARNEY Division AgentLexington J102m SyrnpPnrtflii or the tkk ASSIGNEES NOTICE ngninstthehereby notified to present thorn bylawfore November let 1905 and all persons indebted to Mrs L F Groon will please call on me at the law olllcfi of F M Dailey and settle saute immediately JERRY BIXLER 404t Assignee BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from n a in to 9 p in except 111 in 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a in to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p in except 11 a1111 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 p in except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10u in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 11135 a in Leaves Paris 145 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and fancily tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 112701Y ALEXANDER President I IA WOMANS BACK The Aches and Pains Will Disap pear if the Advice of This Frankfort Citizen is Followed A womans back has many aches and pains Most times tis the kidneys fault Backache is really kidney ache Thats why Doans Kidney Pills cure it- Many Frankfort women know this Read what one has to say about it Mrs Margaret Weiztel of 818 Mero St wife of Lucas Weitzel saysForfrom a persistent aching across throughthewas so bad that I could hardly sit still get up or down or lift any thing even of ordinary weight At night it bothered me so that I could not rest comfortably and when I first arose in the morning I felt tired and worn out the kidney secretions were irregular highly colored and distressing and on standing deposited a heavy sedi ment I saw Deans Kidney Pills advertised procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and began to use them In a few days I noticed that the secretions had assumed a natural nppenrance7the pains and aches me 1 as well as ever after completing the treat ment Nothing pleases me more than to speak a word in favor of Deans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milhurn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other I owe my whole life to Burdock Blood Bitters Scrofulous sores coveted my body I seemed beyond cure B B B has made me a perfectly well woman Mrs Charles Hutton Berville Mich a OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE SEASHORE C O Route Friday July 14 1905 12 from Lexington Winches ter Mt Sterling Morehead Trains leave Lexington 1120 a m and 845 p in The famous Virginia Historic City of Richmond delight ful Old Point Comfort and Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Ports mouth Virginia Beach on the broad Atlantic are among the attractive features together with side trip excursions at low rates from Old Route is through the famous Blue Grass Region of Kentucky the canyons of New River along side the picturesque Greenbrier River through tho Alleghanies RidgeMountains ValleysSurf Fish ing can be enjoyed at Old Point Stopover privileges will bo grant ed east of Kanawha Falls on the return trip enabling visits to the famous Virginia Mountain Resorts and other points of interest on the C RailwayExcursionists may return either via Charlottesville and Staunton or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along the James River Tickets will be good returnirg Sleepingyour agent for full particulars or write LoxingtonManagerWinPass Agt R E Parsons D P A Louisville Ky H W Fuller Gen Passenger Agt td ATTENTION FARMERS We want to buy your wheat for which we ill pay tho highest cash sellingHOGEFrankfort Ky Phonos No7 1m JEMI- s the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it praisingitFrankfort is the home of J E M JEMSold r VIFor the benefit of passenger desiring to take advantage of low Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 000 p in No 0 at Lexington until 430 p in No 14 at Burgin until 410 p mAll interested will please be governed accordingly tf VERY LOW RATES TO PACIFIC COAST Summer SightSeeing Tours Reduced rates are in effect this summer to Colorado California Oregon Washington An unusual opportunity to see our western country at low cost Liberal stop overs choice of routes cheap side rides If you ever plan to go now is the time Write for full particu lars stating what trip you have in mind Illustrated literature for the asking John Sebastian Passenger rattle Manager Rock Island System Chicago SEASHORE EXCURSIONS Atlantic City N J via F C and Bin Four July 20th F e and B O S W August 10thiF C and iFaroFinal limit 12 days i FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RAILWAY CQ SPECIALSISEASHORE EXCURSION f Atlantic City August 10th via Hroundlays td oo J A GRIM TRAGEDY Is daily enacted in thousands of homes as death claims in each j one another victim of consumption or pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted G Huntley of Oklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the ranevesby all druggists p t I ATTENTION FARMERS ir strongest 1i in the- World Main St Both Phones Now is the time to do your fencing Wo are sole agents for Pittsburgh Perfect STEEL EENGEWelded by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry We also Fertilizers for tobacco Tarpaulins for protecting your crops I Clover Timothy Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements 1 I 807309 t AN IMPORTANT EDUCA TIONAL GATHER IN G From what we can learn in conversation with those who attended the Kentucky Educational Asso ciation which met at Mammoth Cave June 2123 it was the largest and most enthusiastic gathering of educators that ever before as sembled in the State The enroll ment was by far the largest that it has ever had exceeding the great Lexington mooting of 1902 by at least one hundred While all the addresses wore of a high order possibly the two that commanded the most interest and enthusiasm were those of the Hon FassettA Cotton Supt Public In struotlon Indiana and Dr Henry G Williams Dean of Normal De partment Ohio State University The former had as his subject An Ideal Normal School the latter Teachers Federation These addresses were pnrtloulnrlyI interesting first jects were paramount in the minds of practically all Kentucky teachers second because of the prominence of the speakers along educa tional lines Prof M O Winfrey deserves the sincerest thanks of every citizen of Kentucky as it was largely due to his untiring efforts as president that such n meeting was made possible 4One of the many visible results of this great mooting is that all the teachers and thousands of citizens are thoroughly alive to the importance of having established Inde pendent State Normal Schools Kentucky being away behind her sister States in this particular To assist in onnpummatinc these plans as well as to make other im tionallImproYPll1pnt tacky was organized electing officers as follow- sPresldentM 0 Winfrey Mid dlesbom Ex Committee Dr F E Hume Frankfort Supt 1 H Fuqun Frankfort H H Cherry Bowling GreenTrenslIIorE R Jones Switzer Cash and subscriptions were taken to the amount of over ftO amidst the greatest enthusiasm We wHop that nothing will add more to Mm efUcienov of our schools than and training schoolsI for teachers and we Inerel that every citizen may feel his duty to lend every possible assistance to the very laudable work of the Jt r C of Kentucky o GREATLY IN DEMAND Nothing is more in demand than n medicine which meets modern ro a quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings Now Life Pills They uro Just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At all drug gists 2i5o guaranteed eTO HAVE AN ICE CREAM SUPPER The ladies of North Fork Church at Switzer will HnPtlstI ice cream supper on wantlto u t l r t P C SOWER 8c COOFFICES OPENED Work on the Pushing of Kentuckys Big Beginsin The past week has been a busy one in the preparations which it has witnessed for the big Kentucky State Fair to be held at Lexington September 1823 Secretary George A Bain to Lexington from a trip through the Northwest on Saturday and forthwith set to work in earnest Headquarters have been opened The rooms leased are in the Phronix Hotel block be tween the offices of the Western Union Telegraph Company and G D Wilsons Horsemens Headquar ters No more convenient offices or ofllces better suited for the pur pose intended could have boon found in Lexington- A meeting of the Board of Con trol for the fair will be held within the next few days when the Live Stuck Breeders Association will the premium list which willIside the Gibson plane which ad Joins the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Associations grounds has already been secured It is probable that several acres will be added to that now leased and then the erection of proper buildings for the cattle show and for the display of sheep hogs and other minor branches of live stock will be boctin The matter of reduced rates has already been taken up with the railroads Secretary Ruin has suggested that reductions be made not only from points in the vicinity of Lexington but even beyond the usual radius of 100 miles Ho con tends that if such reduction can he had and of sufficient amount to really count people in different sections of the State will bo atI taroted to the fair The reduction makes little difference to those living only twenty or thirty miles from Lexington but to a man com ing 150 or 200 miles It would he a matter of considerable moment Secretary Rain is trying to devise some trademark or symbol of the State Fair which will be entirely distinctive and which will bo tirely easily recognized wherever seen As soon as he has found a design that suits him letterheads will be printed and other advertis inc matter prepared Enthusiasm pervades the entire atmosphere and is practically marked in those who have to do with the direct management of the fair eDr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption IIJErrrFTI s LIST IIho following is a list of adver tised loiters for tho wool ending July 8 1H0- 5lieiitnn E P Roworshan Michael Comptou Frank Full William Forlin Miss LiioGarotte Frank Heaton E fl Heaton Miss Lisczio Heaton Mrs Sallie Huntor Richard S Jackson Miss Georgio Mayhew Mrs Fannio Morgan Miss Nettle Nuttall E F Snyder E D Spillman Hon A G Sheldon Feoman 2 1nnwsIanieIPersons calling for the above letters will ploasq say advertisedi E M DRANE P M r For the Roundabout VOICES OF THE NIGHT I I am come from tho tent of the NnmndII fed While the sand storms beat With their burning feetIOer the couch of my I have spud with the horses of An tar As swift as tho winds of the morn highToFrom tho throats of our freemen born Oer the dunes in the glare of the desert Wild the days of my youth were run spenrInIn the face of the rising sun IT In the gardens of Tus I have wan dered Where rose petals drifted as snow Whore the sweetness of nature is squanderedAnd song overflows In the deptns of dark eyes I have fashioned Soft fabrics for dreams of delight Of busses more wild and impassioned Than born of Olympian night I have caught all tho lights and the shadows That Love hath the power to re veal And the venomous breath of the adders Would be balm to the hate I could O feelIBears the Signatureof A INA LEHR STOCK CO CLOSES ENGAGEMENT The Ina Lohr Stock Co who have been giving a series of first class entertainments Cove Spring Park Theatre since the last of May will close their engagement tonight This company has boon giving clean and wholesome plays and deserves the patronage of any com munity in which they may give entertainments If all theatrical troups gave the sumo class of work and conducted themselves as this company has done there would be far less ground for criticism than is now the ease Tho members of tho company both ladles and gontlemon have our boat wishes genuineLaxativethe remedy tint nbt in one dayI SICKENING SHIVERING FITS Of Ague nil Malaria can bo re lieved and cured with Electric Bit tors This is a pure tonic mudi cino of especial bonoilt in malaria for it exerts a true curative intlnionce on the disease driving tirely out of tho system It is much to bo preferred to Quinine having OfroctslJtill ho took Electric Bitters which T saved his life At all druggists price 600 guaranteed j Will Conform ground have beds Blue Frankfort Kentucky 1 The Yip t I ya ginianayA In Sterling Silver Spoons and Forks In gray finish This pattern is extremely reasonable i In lAnd we are ready J show a fulllinefnIn Spoons Forks and Fancy PiccesJ Also chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces Wedding Presents will be easy to select From this assortment M A Selbert 4IF C CHANGE OF TIME Commencing Monday 6th IflOJi tho morning train on tho F C Ry will leave Frankfort at 020 a in instead of GB as hereto fore and will loavo Georgetown at 712 a m This will arrho uonnoctIfor Carlisle Millorsburg Maysvillo Cynthiana Falmouth and Cinoin mutt Tho westbound morning on F C will leave Paris at 880 arriving at Georgetown at localIa C W HAY Genl Passenger Agent 89 tf Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for tho blood i Cerate tot akin eropUcuiB I r to the most uneven I rv now To l June train train 14I 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS rlCOPYRIGHTS cAnyono eonding a eketch and dellcriptlon quickly a ertaln our opinion froo Invention la ub tions trlctlroonlldollt on maifsolid 1titonts token YJoUrlll tpeceu notCU without charge In the Scientific American A handsomely illustrated weekly largest cir culation of any sciontlHo journal Terms f3 1 oar fourmonUuil Sold byali newsdealers Co 61RroaNew York Branch Office Fine Head Lettuce Telephone No 101 88tf t BURNED WITH AOIDI 1 A pninful accident tTuesdn to the tenmonths old son John Halo motorman on l fi the Frankfort and Versailles Trac tlon line c It seems that tho little fellow was in his cart and was about to fallout when Mrs Nathan Moore attemptod to catch him She had a bottle of carbolic acid in her hand at the time and accidentally poured some of the caustic fluid on the face and hands of the little baby Sur icnl attention was rendered gwell the little fellow is doing as as could be expected A household necessity Dr Thomas Eclootric Oil Heals burns outs wounds of any sort t cures sore throat croup catarrh asthma never fails e a- BASE BALL RESULTS The Frankfort team boat the Louisvilles on the 4th by a score off 2 to and on the 5th by a score of 8 to 4 But Mt Sterling took the 1starch out of our boys on the Gth rt by a score of 4 to CASTORIAt jIlhe Kind You Have Always Bought ljr Bears the IfSlgnature of TO BE SECRETARY OF STATE f iHon Elihu Root exSecretary of War line been selected as Score tary of State by Pros dent Roosevelt to succeed the lamented Secre f tary John Hay e SPOILED HER BEAUTY Harriet Howard of New York at ono time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it d until I used Buuklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer 4f for cuts burns and sores iioc at All druggists I SOMETHING UNUSUAL ftjrs J R Spiers has a lemon troo rowing in a tub at her homo bearingtcurioaty as it is very soldom that a 1JOn or an orange tree heMs fruit in i section of country as far fII1JUI tit as this is frHAN KS toiil City Hall and Courthouse Base Ball Teams for so generously offer ing to give us the proceeds of tho dams which comes oil Friday tho 14th It is an extremely graceful l And generous thing for them to do Any one wishing tickets may pro cure same from Barretts Book Storo or by applying to any mem DaughtersnBillious Bill was agitated was much debilitated 13And said he had consumption presumptionImatter 4 Rill made all the doctors scatter advisorrSwears by LITTLE EARLY RISERS J FLYER DAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE23 and 24 LAWNS GINGHAMS DOTTED SWISS- UMBRELLAS THis is the chance for a Silk Dress60c Silk now 25c yardAll Fancy Silk Reduced Millinery at Less than Half Price S DISummer Sale Ii Silks Silks DRESS GOODS MUSLINS LAWNS WHITE GOODS MATTING AND RUGS Muslin Curtains 50c per pair and up Irish Point Marie Antoinette and Check Nainsook 5c 8c and 10c yd Yard wide soft Bleached Cotton 6c per yd Hope Cotton 6 12c per yd Sheetings 18c 20c and 22 12c per yd best Linen Lawns Linen Curtains and Linens of every description Table Linens and Towels Favor us by calling F J HEENEY Ce M BRIDGEFORDDEALER Wall Paper PanitsOils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed 3Sm A Policy in iTHE EOUIT ABLE LIFEI WILL IPROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN PROVIDE FOR YOUR OWN OLD AGE PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUSE PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A DEPENDENT INCOMEIPREVENT A FORCED SALE OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY NEED FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE PROTECT PARTNERS OF A BUSINESS FIRM PREVENT PAUPERISM AND ENCOURAGE THRIFT Ralph R Wilson District Manager Frank C Hutchison Local Representative Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky it Give Baby A Chance Dont risk anything when it comes to the little onus Its babys business to keep well and grow Adult health ndi strength depends on the foun- datIon laid in childhood If babies fail to strive as they should try a change of food There is sure to be one that will suit exactly We have allI the reliable infant foods will bo glad to tell you whereinI lies the particular each Baby Requisites Bottles nipples fittings tubing etc kept here in large variety All rubber appliances are the best being made of fine soft stock vulcanized without the use of injurious chemicals Prices are always right here ill W GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky INDIGESTION CURED There is no case of Indigestion Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain oil the stomach by digesting what you oat and allowing it to rost until it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure atTords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and nil stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack and gain a foothold as whAn- in a weakened condition Sold by J W Gayle Dr R P Buckmaster Osteopathic Physician Oflico at 4171MninWill bo in ollieo TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAYI DO YOU WANT STRENGTH If you want to increase your sterngth you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and appro priated by the nerves blood and tissues before bfing expelled from the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digostants that digest thd food and enable the system to appropriate all of its qunlitiose OASTOnxABeau BJgnature of A lha Two I H you turns to fat If you are that you enough people contains enough DyspepticalIfound exactly in enable the to digest Digests Constipation be Indigestion digestant Heartburn sue eaten tissues Rests DoUu bottU tlmci trial or For sale by J W Gaylo drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR Frankfort Oiiioiiv1i BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect Jute 5th 1905 S4 No1 DAILY KXCtftT SUNDAY A M XoHI IPM IFrankfort ArJ = 720 0011 2OILVI Summit Ii Elkhorn 1111 i Switzer Stamping Ground 110 i2 36 6 421 Duvall Tohnson 6 Georgetown I 29 15C S Depot f to 59 7a Newton 8 07 3 Centerville 5 Elizabeth 5 20 Paris Tuncfn 8 It 5 45rArt Paris CLvl 8 tl Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with QrxC- Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L it N j 1P2 8 20 Lr Frankfort Ar 8 25 Lv Georgetown Arl 6 00f6 IAr Cincinnati Lvi ClNClNNATIYIM PM- AM1p 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 20ri Lv Georgetown Ar 25 7 55 Lv Ar 5 33 101030 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCK CENTRAL R R POINTS OOPtJ SIA L FrIUlkfortAl1 P47P A A Georgetown A A 825P 825P A Paris L 52P 8 IIP 42A A Winchester LI 09A 245P 15P 0 A Maysville L 45A 115P 8 24AA LJ 502P Richmond 20A 161XIPI000AIA Cincinnati255 C W HAY Pre and Oenl bunt U P A DLwlss Early Risers The famous little piliJ s 1 Fur the Roundabout GHOSTSA STORY FOR MEN oxry rXo Chapter ITT SIt is willforce of purpose that enables us to do or bo what ever wo sot our mind on being or doing Wlmtovcr you wish that your are for snob is the force ofI our will joined to the Divine wlmtevor wo wish to bo set hnttsll- and with a true intention that wo become This thought was in my brain during the brief interval that f elapsed between than salutation of No 11for I saw his number before my eyes worn bannaged and our entrance in the room It must have lon subterrauian for felt the coolness in the atmosphere and heard the sound of a distant water fallWe walked very slowly and very very cautiously He held my hand within his gloved ono until we were halted by a preomptory command Is it well with theo Ts it well with the child It Is well My captor answered hastily re moving the bandage which had hitherto obstructed my sight and I was instantly surrounded by a sea of faces no two alike Each face had eyes of brilliant color and hair of golden hue If they pos sessed forms these were not visible The scene was indescribable II could not tell the method of their locomotion for it seemed that the heads floated in an atmosphere of purest ether and was susceptible of its influence for almost on the instant I was dispossessed of a body and became as one of them In the lowest key of ten rich bass voices a solemn psalmody began slowly in a peculiar rythnin All the ardent supplications the fallen hopes the resignation that life may have put into a human soul wore contained in the low sweet impassioned music They tell us that we sometimes hold our destiny in our own hands and that at certain hours it belongs to ourselves to choose our path and some how in some warthere was made for me a particular place wherever I floatedthe place of a man whom nothing can injure and who looked within himself to de side his life feeling need for no one and yet conscious of whom many may have need I put out my hand intuitively and caught the soft trembling fingers of Jacks wife The sensitive plate of recognition being wholly grasp of spiritual touch She came slowly to my side robed in long trailing garments of silvery sheen and texture with her hair still braided in matchless coils and her eyes full of that dumb anguish so often seen in suffering animals She smiled recognition I thought the face one of the sweet therej4was not oven a pang or of earthly admiration or supercil lious devotion in my voice or mnnI ner as gave her greeting thought to speak as if wo had not met under the shadow of a mys terious ordering but the words I did say possessed a meaning and aj purport commensurate with the time and place What is the meaning of this circle of mystics 1and thin disappearance of myself Jack I questioned with just a little feeling of doubt and temerityIs atmosphere simply and purely hypnotic ur are wo really creatures of circumstances not altogeter dependent upon gravita tion or bound to the laws of nature without predetermined force uf in dividual purpose She answered in a voice plaintive as the doves note and its sweet but the language was a mixuro of singular pathos and peculiar jangle I understood it perfectly Itrho only difference between the world outside and myself is that they sook to hide the errors of living froth fear of hiing thought hypocrites while I tell you plainly from very frankness Do you dare to say that inn hun dred individuals you could guaran tee mo II single Due whu does not i feel the simple Yourself first par ticularly you 1T am not now speaking about a physicians witV does such a being exist in usher peoples happiness what an interesting subject it is It loaves the mind free to stop all calculations when the combina tion becomes too exciting anti women you know are not liabe to disease of the heart from playing patience lack was a physician when married him a wholesouled generoushearted gentleman worth a fortune in earthly goods and in dependent of either foes or fi lends Wo lived in Washington D C where I was the reigning hollo The press the social functions even the pulpit sounded the praises of Elico Howan laughter of the foreign Knibassuge and I was foted nod toasted with time intoxi cation of success In our country one of r islands of the sonthu promise of woman is limited She has no ideals outside of love and oxerIcisesthou bo considered wild and far beyond questionable All my life I possessed the power of thought transference the gift of divination the secret relation of cause and arartfromits terrestrial nature Most women have this power unknown because of inferior personalty and the in vironment of flesh A man is too rational too suspicious of the un real to acquire any or all of the i Ji attributes of superior forco and eulogy lying all about us and he alone is satisfied to oat drink and be merry when he could with almost superhuman effort arrest the flight of ages and be a youth forever It is It long story the vicissitudon of our stages of evolution whoa Jack became infatuated with mo and despite the protestations of relative rend friends wooed won and married me Was it right think you Wo ran away toured the world resting a long time Greene and Asia where I used InI powers of mind to buy the hrl with which our starving bodies was supplied after which I lost tho desire to live bound by the ties of earth and after the birth of our babeI kept out of the much of mon oven Jack though I lovod him with all the intensity of my beingHe became interested in the science Iud sought to use tae as the eyes of his understanding de vising every way and means to roach the height of my elevation and the peace of my seclusion and he failed Realizing his failure he attempt ed to force mo into his plans and power fio I evaded and avoided him Our home life was a thing of the past our torture gone the sweet intercourse of kindred ties spfakWhatknows What Jack endured you may be able to say as no doubt he youI the world must he on fire N S COX Continued in our next THINGS THEATRICAL ECHOES FROM BROADWAY mpoIIAs is often remarked Broadway r the public taste in amusement While the dramatic houses were offering comic opera musical com edy and comedy drama the first class vaudeville houses like Keiths Proctors and Hammer steins wore also catering to the public taste for music rind comedy by giving excerpts from the operas and oven operettas mind one act comedies by such well known opera singers as Henry Clay Banarby and TnSSio Bartlett Davis and popular actors like Herbert Kelsey and Eflte Shannon Lately what is quite noticeable is tendency toward multiple hillsIn iz Instead of one threeact play three oneact plays have been quite popular no less than three houses running this class of entertainment at the same time- Anticipating a continuance of the public taste for the above classes of entertainment and to meet the demand for a treble pro gramme Mr E D Shaw who for fifteen years has catered to the bettor class of amusement seekers and who has managed and repre sented some of the hest stars and attractions in the country includ ing Robert B Mantel Frederick Warde Robert Downing Blanch Walsh Eflie Ell IfI 11110 Calhoun Opera Company and The Bos ton Operatic Concert Co has organized a company of high class operatic and dramatic artists headed by Miss Eloise Mortimer to he seen in a multmn in parovill including a complete operetta two oneact plays and excerpts from the worlds musical masterpieces the whole entitled Felines from Broadway To those who have forgotten Miss Mortimer during her absence abroad it will he interesting to re call that she was for two years tho protege of and understudy to Emma Abbott then three years tho popu lar prima donna soprano with the Wilber Opera Company and for two seasons in same position with the Grau Opera Company travel ling principally in the South whore she was a great favorite She is said to have a repertoire of nearly one hundred operas Manager Mc Namara of the Capital now arranging to have this attrnoj tion appear at bis house at an early date time coming season to lovers of operatic music and those who prefer to witness a play with its plot situations and comedy condensed late a thirty minuto laugh rather than one drawn out over three or four Buts with only nn occasional bright spot this will be a musical und Iranatie treat It is understood that the pro gramme contains none of the sug gest vonoss of the socalled society 01 problem play nor any sugges tion of vulgarity it is HMJ under stood that the company is an ex pensive one on account of time high salaries and royalties paid and one that can only be made profitable by a liberal patronage which has to bo assured the company to secure an engagement HIGHLY FAVORABLE CRITI IVJ8M Of Chicagos Loading Daily on Goo M Cohans Successful Mu Skill Comedy Little Johnny Jones Mr McArdle the dramatic critic of the Chicago Chronicle thinks so well of Little Johnny JOl1JSI that ho took occasion in Ills paper of Juno 11 to give it a half column loader in which ho remarked that a person would have to pos sess a moan disposition not to rel ish the genuine American humor which pervades Gen If Cohans musical melodrama Little Johnny Jones In tho cbnracter of the rnknown lie author has produced a typo that easily could be made the central figure of a pre tentious comedydrama and one that surely would take rant among the most popular characters of the Amt rinan stage As it is time Un known wins drawn as a minor character of the play hut in real life it is impossible to subordinate that typo of American and honco ho stands out as conspicuously as did the role ot Lord Dundreary in Our American Cousin In one respect Jones is an anomaly comblllhlJI as it does the liuht and diverting features of a musical entertainment with tho intense heroics of melodrama and sustaining a dramatic plot throughout The writer does not recall tiny other entertainment in which singing and dancing specialties and ballot features are combined with the serious forms of dramatic acting The innovation however serves to add variety to the entertainment and makes it all the more certain to please a mixed audience and of such are the summer pleasure seekers in Chicago Continuing Mr McArdle remarks that it is inJ to note the rise of tho Cohans from vandevillo stage into the stellar attractions of the highest class theatres As vaudeville performers they always lent an air of refinement to any programme in which they ap pearedManager McNamara is endeavor ing to secure this great attraction for his theatre during tho season of inOoR and fie theatregoers of Frankfort sincerely hope he will be successful in his efforts REPORTMONTHLY CROP July n 1905 Continued rains have retarded the cultivation of corn and tobacco Some damage done to wheat by sprouting in tho shock Small in crease in acreage of Burley tobacco Decrease in acreage of dark types Prospective yield of wheat Compared with last year 86 Condition of crogi July 80 Prospective yield of oats Condition of crop July 1 96 Acreage of Burley tobacco com pared with last year 106 Condition of crop July 94 Acreage of dark compared with last year 77 Condition of crop July 1 SO JOHN SEBASTIAN Purl Traf CHICAGO Jg The Yon Have Always Bought and which has been Jjin use for over 30 years has borne tIle signature of and his supervision its l1crIno one All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that with and endanger the of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIArCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ifc contains neither Opium Morphine nor Narcotic 11 substance Its ago is its guarantee destroys Worms and allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea and Wind relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency assimilates the regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears Signature of The Kind You Em Always Boughty In Use Over 30 Years THREE GOOD AND REA SONS There are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First it is absolutely harm less second it tastes good chil dren love it third it ourob Croup Coughs and Whooping Cough when other remedies fail Sold by J W Gayle Address Mgr Rock Island System J Kind has been made under sonal since Allow to deceive you in trifle health Pare gone other It It Colic It It Food Friend the For JUST IDr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier arj vermifuge They are not food medicine and the best in use to fi horse in prime condition Price3 cents per package For sale by J VV Gayle and Le Comte Gayle 1 Jt fir I To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privileges The rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up in either Chicago or St Louis or at hundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic f route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer anunusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden- or Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 1905oneway tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific 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