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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Vfi Of l THE FJtANKF 0fiT ROUNDABOUT tL r GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance 1lijYO XXVIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPT 2 1905 NO 52 I PEACE AT LAST President Roosevelt Succeeds Persuading Belligerents to Compromise The uniform success which has followed the efforts of President Roosevelt in his endeavors to bring about pence between Russia and Japan wits crowned with still further success on Tuesday last when Commissioners announced agreed1ionce bq proclaimed and that the t protocol of peace would he drawn Jup by the secretaries of the Com li missionersThe was received iwlib every demonstration of Joy In the crowded hotels at Portsmouth lt and has caused a sigh of relief to l u go up from the breasts of all lovers s Qf humanity the world over The ore it of this splendid result will add a now leaf in the chaplet of honor that has crowned the head of onr able and upright Presidentr The eyes of the world wore upon f every move that was made in the peace conference and when it looked like all effort had failed to produce tholdesired result with a heart regard for the common people of both nations f our President made his last Appeal to the magnanimity of the viotori i oiis Japanese it met with even un looked for success Truly has that word been ful filed again Blessed are the peace makers for they shall be called the children of God tMore than ever now will the na t4t tions of the world turn to the uland r of the free for advice and counsel In tbelrjhours of trouble and dark J7 ness and more than ever will this Nation be confirmed in its position r as a world powerIWhat a glorious thing to live in lrrthis glorious age and in this glori ous Nation fBEST FOR CHILDREN healthLa Coughs Colds Croup and Whoop lug Cough Stop them in time t i One Minute Cough Cure Is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Contain no opiates Sold by J W Gayle if GOT BUSY 1 W Tho City Council got busy on 1 Monday night They granted ex ernption from taxation to the saw mill of Messrs Roberts Lindsey West Side They ordered new elcc y trio lights at several points needed They paid for the rock crusher t They rejected the bids for painting ithe Benson bridge They ordered s new catch basins on both sides of the river They ordered tho street car company to put their rails down ilto the grade of the street on Second Taylor Avenue They rejected the salary ordinance for Council men t Weavers Syrup and Cerate t i SDr treatmen for blood and akIn dluseoe ea it A PERTINENT 1NQUIRY t The quqstiqn has been asked quite ffrequently why a Lexington our poration should bo awarded a con tract to put down a brick street on High street at 12000 when it could be done equally as well at a gentlemenICAN YOU EAT J B Taylor a promipont mer chant of Chrlosman Tex syas I could not eat because of a weak tomaoh I lost all btrongth and 5I ttJRtmoneyhope of recovery vanished Hearing of some wonderf cures etiei ted vise of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bot tRklniottlfour qureafir Ui I1HE ElHIPSEIThe eclipse dicted arrived on time on Wednes day mornli1 at 528 oclock When above11theabout it but continuous flashes of changing and beautiful colors appeared seeming to come from the center of the hage bajl of fire Oc casionally the clouds would pass away and then the obscuration was very distinct and could be seen even with tho naked eye cutting out a big slice of the sun on the north side but the bust observation of course was with smoked glass It was a wonderful illustration of the exact fulfillment of the laws of naturo and a splendid vindication of tho calculations of those who have made the wonders of the heavens a a number of our citizens viewed the phenomenon from tho St Clair Street bridge and other vantage points and with the aid of smoked glass had fine views of it No need to fear sudden attacks dysenterydiarrhoea any sort if you have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry in the medicine chest e LEO BROKEN A little lad son of Mr John Ste phanski of the internal revenue service was so unfortunate as to have a rook fall on his leg on Saturday crushing and breaking the bone Dr O A Fish and Dr Keller reduced the fracture and the little man is doing as well as could be expected COUNTRY STORE ROBBED The country store of Mr Hugh Jenkins on the Monterey pike was broken into one night last week and robbed of a considerable quantity of goods and 40 in money Tho robbery was well planned and there is but little clew to the perpetrator WAIVED EXAMINATION When the examining trial of Mr Calvin Newton was called on Tues day before Judge J H Polsgrove charged with the murder of George and James Smith through his attorneys Col JaR A Scott and Mr W C Mnrsiihll he waived an examination and was held without ball to theSeptumber term of Cir cult Court reNUMEROUS AND WORTHLESS Evrything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt k Co of Chicago discov ered some years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleed ing itching and protruding Plies fimXfltYin outs burns bruises and all skin diseases DoWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits genuineSold MORE IMPROVEMENT Mrs Jennie M Chinu is having her dwelling house located at the corner of Shelby and Todd streets remodeled so as to make a double dwelling out of it She will raise the house to a two story building and will have all tho modern con vonlences put in so that both will be very desirable residences one facing on Shelby street and the other on Campbell She will reside in one and rant out the other It is in one of the best neighborhoods on that side of the city Ia SELLS HOME Mr Chas S Vorinlllion has sold his cottage homo on the corner of Third and Logan streets to Mrs Pat Collins for 1800 The sale was made through the real estate agency of Messrs L B Marshall Go i r+ tfL r 11t tJ 1Plrl COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHERS The following is the list of coun ty teachers who are employed in teaching the common schools for this year with their postofiloo addresses Nearly all of them have commenced work and those still out will begin on Monday- September 4 Miss Kate Wiggington Woodlake Miss Henrietta Nicd Frankfort Miss Florence Hieatt Frankfort Miss Miss Todd HolderFrankfort Miss MarySouth No4IHaydenon Miss Lillie North Flag Fork Mr M L Wiley Tack etts Mill Miss Elizabeth Blanton Frankfort Miss Beulah Bledsoe Elmville Mr Samuel Roberts Swallowfleld Miss Lena Webster WrightElmviUeBenson Miss Myrtle Dalton Farm dale Miss Lula Duvall Harvie land Miss Ida Semones Harvie land Mr M P Dorton R F D- No2 Frankfort Miss Corinne Quarles Swallowfleld Miss Stella Long Frankfort Miss Jessie Mo Kee R F D No2 Frankfort Miss Cleo Moore Benson Mr Herman Smithers R DNoFrankfort Miss Lillie Hahn Frankfort Mrs Sallie Bowen Forks Elkhorn Miss Nola Clax ton Elmville Miss Elizabeth True Frankfort Miss Josephine Rodgers Frankfort Miss Florence Evans Frankfort Miss Fannie MisslLula Bacon Peaks Mill Miss Delia OConnell Flag Fork Mr lIfssEdnafort Miss t1allle Harrod BRJdael JosepiineMoore HnydenSwitzerdy Miss Sallie Taylor Swallow field Miss DnrsJe Taylor Swallow BensonITerrible plagues those itching pestering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Deans Ointment cures At any drug store rHAND SERIOUSLY OUT While opening and inspecting sacks of cement at the new Cap itol grounds on Monday Mr Cot MtAndrewsmisfortune to have a knife slip and beIforefingerIone or He lost a considerable amount of blood Dr C A Fish attended to his injuries He will carry his ann in a sling for some time DANCE PALACE IWe would oale attention of the proper authorities to the con jditionof the crossing in front of the Custom house In the middle thoIsurfaroand the cover for the gutter on time oast side of the fountain has slipped otf the curbing so that it slants in such a way as to be very dangerous to pedestrians This ought to bo attended to before some one is hurt and suit for damages follows DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY TO MEET Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of tho Confederacy will meet at the residence of Mrs E L Sam uel this Saturday afternoon at 8 oclock A full attendance is de sired RELIEF FOR LETTER CARRIERS By a regent order from tho Post office Department hi Washington City letter carriers are relieved from delivering mail in department houses oroffloe buildings above the first floor This is a great assist ance to the forqe ft- t 71 RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED The TrICounty Teachers Asso ciation adopted the following reso lutions at their meeting held last week theTriCountysion at the Court houeo in Frank fort Ky have enjoyed a week of social intercourse and profitable In struction therefore be it1 Resolved First wo thank the teachers and good people of Frank theirkindpitable reception thankMisseserine Thompson and the ladies who assisted them for the delightful musical entertainments of Monday eveningsThird in Prof M O Minfrey we recognize and appreciate an able and earnest in struotor and commend him as such and for his uniform kindness and courtesyResoved That we approve of the organization of the Educational Improvement Commission of Ken tucky that we pledge to it our hearty cooperation and support in all its undertakings and that we second in every way its efforts to secure an efficient system of State Normal Schools for the training of Kentucky teachers by enactment of AssemblyResolved the system andICommission to urge this reform before the next General Assembly R L M B GARRISONI ERNEST LUCAS MISS JENNIE FOGG MISS ALICE BAXTER STARTLING MORTALITY Statistics show mortal peritonitisawful diseases thero is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Biliousness 25o at all druggists SLIGHT BLAZE NO ALARM On Tuesday morning a small fire started in the roof of the kitchen of Mr Earl Rogers on Todd street causing quite an excitement for a few minutes but the blaze was ex anguished with nominal damages without having an alarm turned in TO BUILD AND OPERATE NEW DISTILLERY Messrs E F Ernest and Catlett Ripy brothers will soon erect hand operate a new distillery in Anderson county The name of Ripy has been connected with distilleries- In Anderson county for so long that it is not natural to find them out of tho business which has been the case since Messrs T B and Jas P Ripy sold their distilleries to the Je D W H Co- PUSHING THINGS The now Capital City Planing and Sawmills located on Second foundaltionthe heavy timbers and are rushing along with the foundation of the planing mill They hope to have the foundations all done this week and will rapidly push ahead the work so that the machinery can be put in place as soon as received and the whole plant ready for work in the near future ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL When indigestion becomes chronic DyspepsiaCuretroubles resulting therefrom thus preventing Catarrh of the Stomach Dr Newbrough of League W Va says To those suffering from in digestion or sour stomach I would say there Is no hotter remedy than Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have prescribed it for a number of my patients with good success Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold by J W Gayle rj 30 Ladies TailorMade 1425 25 Tailor Made Suits For 1200t The cool evenings are beginning to suggest a warmer wraps aiEconomicalWomen About our Tailor Made Suits which we now offer for less than onehalf price The skirts are all plaited styles and as plaited Skirts are the style for fall the Skirts to these suits will be just as good as a new fall Sldrt Come and let us save you money i cv KAGIN BRO AT BRIDGE FREIGHT CARS RUNNING The freight motor of the Frank fort and Versailles Traction Com pany took a couple of freight cars from tho L N yards on the West Side over the new track around the river road and down Second street to the east end ofISouth Frankfort Wednesday morn a ing on a trial trip So soon as tho track oan bo laid out Main street into the Capitol grounds the cars will be run there with all the material to be used in the new build ing S SELLS BLAKEMORE FARM- IlIr E F Ripy has sold the old J Nov Blakemore farm re bGeoHostetter Mr Hostetter sold tho old Tom Farmer plane an adjoining farm to Mr Wallace Muir of Fayetto county and has been living in the i city since then Mr Hostetter likes the old neigh borhood it seems and will soon return to itVHis new purchase is one of tho ibest farms in that section of the t1 county He visited a half dozen counties examined a number of places and says the one he bought suits him toa T lt NEw FALL STOCK UUR STOCK OF Wool and Silk Dress Goods IS larger than t1verall the new colors and best blacks New DressGil whams Plan nclletts and Outing Tailor Made Suits Jackets and Rain Coats We have the Dyerr r r r CHAS J WEITZEL PERSONAL Mr O C Kenney went to Cincinnati on Saturday Mr David Peevler of Louisville spent Sunday here Judge T rle Edelen has returned from Lebanon Dr C A Fish visited at his old J home in Madison county this Week Wm Cromwell has returned Sffrom a business trip to PIkevillc Dr Jno W Gayle was at French Lick Springs Ind this week Mr Albert H McClure left Mon day afternoon for Eastern Kentucky Mr S French Hoge and wife have gone to Atlantis City N J Mr Steele Rending returned Wednesday from Atlantic City N J Mr M R Todd has returned from a visit to New York Mr Carl Kagin has returned from New York City and Philadelphia Mrs Ruth Hamilton left Thurs day for a visit to Kansas City Mo Mrs Edward Fennell of Cynthi ana came here Thursday morning Judge W R Cress of Monticello was in the city on Thursday Col W H Neffhall Jr of Louis ville was in the city this week LouisrSaturdayforaJudgH M McNow of Carlisle was hero on Wednesday Miss Antoinette Hutchison has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Denis Dundun of Paris was here Wednesday Miss Cordelia Kendall has returned from a visit to Covington p Miss Lutie Ware has returned from a visit to Omaha Neb Mr J Gray McLean made a bus iness trip to Louisville this week Yw Mr W J Roberts has returned trip to Ford Mynheir of Mt Sterling r1liss been the guest of Miss Havens has gone home Ruby and Eva Macklin are r guests of their cousin Mrs Thos W Hinde near Forks of Elkhorn Mr R A Brawner wife and daughter Elizabeth are at Olym E r s 4Maj JaR W Blackburn and wife rf Washington City were in the city on Saturday Mr Russell S Penn returned t from Chicago Ill on Friday j nightIll t Mr H K Ward son Harry of Versailles ware here on Tues day Mrs J H Fuqua Sr and Mrs IJ H Fuqua Jr have gone to- Russollville to visit relatives Cadet Harry J Abbott of Naval Academy is at hone on months furlough tI Mrs J L Wutson of Lexington attended the funeral of her nephew Mr H Inns Todd yesterday riMr L F McClung left Wednes W Va tofor Lowlsburg re cuperate his shattered health Mr lames F Montgomery Jr leftJWednosday for Lexington Va to attend the Military College r MrsThos A Hall returned Tues day night from a visit to friends in PaducahHon k F Johnson was called to- Midway Saturday by the death of a relative Mrs Johnson Mr A G Rhea an attorney from Russellvlllo was in the city this week f Hon W P Kimball of Lexing ton was in the city on legal busi ness this week Mr S M Knllar and wife of Car lisle wore guests of his brother Dr H S Kellar this week Rev Dr M B Adams and son Charles went to Mason county onJ Monday returned Wednesday- Mr R D Armstrong Miss Ruby Armstong and Miss Anna Alves have returned from Canada lIrA Umothunwtfe and daughters have returned from a visit to their old horns at Unicntown Mrs Jno W Gaines Mrs How ard Gaines and Mrs Noel Gaines have returned from Paducah Mr S SYantis and wife of Lex in ton were guests of Mr J EIMiles and wife this week Judge Thos J Nunn and wife leave returned from a visit to their old home at Madisonviller Mr Lawrence Maxwell of CI oinnati was in the city on legal business this week Col Ed E Abbott made a busi ness trip to Covington and Cincin nati on Thursday Mr Oscar Farmer of Louisville was the guest of his cousin MrsW- S Farmer on Sunday Dr J S Coleman returned Saturday night from Niagara Falls To ronto etcI Mrs G W Daniel and daughter Miss Louise are visiting relatives in Rowan county Mr Burbridge Blackburn of- Woodlaket wits the guest of his sis Benton this week- Mr Ed F Trabue of Louisville was in the city on legal business MondayMr Rogers and wife have taken rooms with Mrs Rogers mother Mrs Stephens Dr J A Posey has moved into his handsome now home on Shelby street below Second Miss Nellie Marshall visited Miss Mary Rockwell in Cincinnati this Thos R Locke of Louis ville visited his family heie Sun dayMr Schuylor B Mayhall Jr of Lexington visited relatives here this week Mr Claude Cozine of Alton was in the city on Tuesday and made us a pleasant call Mr Samuel Smith of Crittenden formerly of this city was a visitor here this week Mr Robert Selberfc and Mr James Forster of Cincinnati were guests of Mrs M A Selbert this week Mr Austin J Lynch and wife ate visiting her sister Mrs Matt Benokart in LexingtontMrs the guest of her niece Mrs Jns Darnell Conway street Col Jos R Newton returned Sunday from a business trip to Atlanta Ga Col Geo B Harper wife and daughter returned Sunday from Atlantic City N Jt WashingtontivHS here Mr James Duncan of Morgan field was the guest of Mr E P Denton tlhs week Dr Roger Johnson of Plttsburg Penn visited friends here this week MIP Jas A VIolett is the guest of her daughter Mrs Mary Will True at Owonton Miss Lily Cain of Versailles is the guest of her sister Mrs A G JefTers on the Georgetown pike Mr E P Morrow of Somerset was here Wednesday on legal busi neasj Master Win Cromwell Jr who has boon visiting in Bowling Green has returned home Dr C A Fish has returned from a visit to his parents in Madison countyMrs 0 0 Hazelrigg and ter Miss Daisy have returned from Olympia Springs itl t 19 4 iI fu KtglnleltCal Capt las T Williams of Wood ford county was in the city Thurs h1telSVirginloreturnedh0111e Mr Henry B Crittendon and wife of Greenville Miss are VirghllaCrittenden Rev Lewis N Thompson wife and children of Louisville were guests of Dr E C Hoomelo and wife this week Mr Roland D Denson wife and spentSundayGeorge Huffman and wife Miss Mynheir of Mt Sterling was the guest of her cousin Miss Florine Havens Washington street this week Mr Courtland P Chenault and family of Irvine were cuests of her parents Judge J H Hazelrigg and wife this week Mr Julian Jackson of St Louis Ma who has been spending his vacation here with relatives has returned home Dr Lewis M Scott and wife of Jellico Tonn who have been guests of Col Jas A Scott left Wednesday for Eminence Rev Ed H Bull who has been visiting his sister Mrs W P Wil liams at Irvine returned home Tuesday vellngAgAntwas In tho city Tuesday stirring up the agents Major J Alexander Grant and wife returned Wednesday from a visit to their daughter Mrs Asa Walker at Boston Mass Rev Lewis N Thompson wife and uhildion of Louisville who have been guests of Dr E C Roemele have gone home Miss Riooa Weisenburghof Louisville who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs V A Kaltenbrun has returned home Miss Fannie G Mastin of Wood ford who has been the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Flora Mas tin has returned home Mr Harry T Crittenden of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs R H Crittenden SundayMiss Mamie Watkins of Now York is the guest of Mr J D Kennedy and wife Kentucky Avenue West Side Miss Felton and Miss Sautblle of nOjY11ScenrceAcademy this week Mrs A B Rust of St Louis Mo is tho guest of her daughter Mrs A C VaiiWlnkle Shelby streetMiss Virginia Portwood of Lex- Ington was the guest of Mrs Jno G South West Wapping street this wuekI IlyhaeHarry Rogers No 512 Conway street atijiAfisshave been guests of Mrs Lula Long moor have gone to Cynthiana daughterMisshave boon guests of Col W S De honey have returned home Mrs J G Shlvoly of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs E J Coleman Fourth Avenue has returned home Mr Richard Crittendon of Green ville Miss is the guost of his sis ter Mrs Mary Haycraft Shelby street Lexingtonsister Mrs A G J offers has re turned home See the f i 100 and 150 Onestt- Our I51e A N D 25c Sellers Mr Chas Weitzel hB returned from New York City and Philadel phia whore ho purchased tho fall stock for his big dry goods house Mr Thos R Markham of this office who has been at French Liok Springs Ind for two weeks re turned Saturday night Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lex ington spent Sunday here the guest of her parents Mr J E Miles and wifeMr Frank Mitchell of Green villa Penn was the guest of his father inlaw Officer Z T Thom ason South Side this week Mr Geo E Fenmster has boon appointed Superintendent of the Frankfort Shoe Co to succeed Capt Jj 0 Thomas resigned Mr George Weiztel of St Louis Mo is the guest of his mother Mrs Carrie Weitzol at the Capital HotelMajor H S Julian of Kansas City Mo who has been the guest of his sister Mrs G W Chinn returned home Thursday Miss Jane Todd Holmes of Emi nence was called hero yesterday to attend the funeral of Mr H Innes Todd her cousin Mrs Mary Warrick and children have returned from Lewisburg W Vo where they have been for over two months Mr Chas PJlkln ton who has been visiting his parents Mr A Pilkington and wire has returned to West Virginia Mr Walker Stephens and wife of Kansas City Mo who have been visiting relatives hero left yester day for home Messrs Carl and Luke Norman have been called to Richmond by the serious illness of their mother Mrs L C Norman Rev C R Hudson returned last night from a three months visit to Europe and a weeks visit at his old home in Franklin Ind Mrs Hawthorne Hill and chil dron Harry and Dorothy of New York City aro quests of her par ents Dr N J and wife Capt I N Johnson of Henry county who was confined in Libby Prison for Tour months was in the city Wednesday Miss Katie Dear of Louisville who has been the guest of her sis ters Mrs Goo Donaldson and Mm W H Van Winkle has gone home Mrs W R Scott and son Hugh of Paris are guests of Mr C 0 Hazlerigg her father on Washing ton street MrsAnnie AThomas and daughter Miss Lizzie of Philadelphia who have been quests of Mrs Jno N Crutoher West Side have re turned home Rev W H Hampton and wife of Ironton Ohio who have been guests of his mother Mrs Virginia Hampton West Side have gone Charles Jones neo Ida Kennedy of Eddyvillo is time guest of her parents Mr J D Kennedy and wife Kentucky Avenue West SideJudge A Rollins Burnam of Richmond Republican member of the State Election Commission came hero Tuesday evening to attend the meeting of that Board f Ohas R McDowell of Dangle Democratic member of the State Election Commission was here this week attending a mooting of that Board Capt L 0 Thomas who has been Superintendent time Frank fort Shoe Co fora number of years has resigned his position and left Tuesday for his old home at Wor cester Mass Mrs Bernice Jenkins mid Mrs Lizzie Wiseheart and daughter of Louisville who have been uests qf their father Mr W G Sargent left for home Thursday night Mrs Jno Q A Stewart loft Thursday lor Philadelphia Penn where she will spend the winter With hoi dau irnr Mrs W I Rod amn S lf i 1 1 rr1 1 jr i KILLTHECOUOH 4 AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings k Now Discovery II FOR cONSUMPTION Pricer50c100Free Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAGS IS1v r Dr E E Hume and son Edgar have returned from Spencer county r where the doctor was called by the illness of his sister Mrs Mnttox Ir and where he was taken sick him self L Chief of Detectives liobert Stubbs and Detoutive Fred Kenner of New Orleans La wero guests of y their relatives Sheriff A G Jef lfers Mr Benoni B Jeffers and nw Misses Jeffers Saturday Col Richard Morris Dir pruett il Graham Mr A W Maoklin Mr liDavid Nicol Capt C C Furr and other members of the Chippowa r Club who have been fishing at the lakes in Wisconsin have returned home Mr Thos L Walker Secretary of the Republican State Central Committee came hero Tuesday and filed the recommendations for the County Election Commissioners with the State Board of ElectioneCommissioners Mr Will Fallis who was so seri ously injured In an explosion In a gasoline launch that it was thought both legs would have to bu ampu tated but he refused to permit itJis now about well of his injuries and will be but slightly Mr W B Jones son of Prof E R Jones of Switzer left Saturday for Nocatie Fla where he has 0 been elected Principal of the High School Mr Jones is a graduate ofthe Frankfort High School and Georgetown College tMisses Annie May Steele andtPorter Sawtolle of Weathersford Texas who have been visiting the family of Mr W H Botts at Bagidad were the guests of Mr Scearce Monday They left Tuesd-ay for their home in Texas ASSIGNED Jrf We regret to learn that our friond Mr H qDoisl of OhoatevllletV was an yrmont for the benefit of creditors Fa Mr R E Lewis is the assigneeb No schedule of assets or liabilities filed 4 LARGEST AND LAST CIRCLE f XOURSIONf t The largest and probably the last circle excursion1 of the sentson comma here yesterday over time Q C and F C Railways re turning by way of the river to High Bridge The exoursidnists viewed the sights of the city for a short II while I PENOEIn this city on MOn day to Mr W Luther Ponco and nIfea daughter J j CASTOR I A3 For Infants and Children LThe Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the l fiY ywrIII T llIff iJI r L0Atc5 ITS MARRIEDe ROSENAUER ROLLINGSW- ORTH In Jettersonville Ind 1 Mr Charles Ho onnuer and Mrs f4 Mary Hollingsworth were marriedJ Mr Rosenauer is the popular night clerk nt the Capital Hotel k His bride is the capable and ofti acient housekeeper at that big hos u 7tolry SPENCKRMUNDAY Cin t cinnati on Wednesday Mr J SP n ocr and Mrs Emma Munday were marriedk Mr Spencer is a hustling evan pellst for a big coal company His bride has boon conducting a boarding houso on Clinton street Th o happy couple came hero Thursday t nipht I t THE ARNOLD REUNION =V The eighth nnnual reunion of the foi Arnold family was held Thursday h at the old Arnold home three mid a half miles from town on the Law delighst iv Thom were present this year 77 r f v as against 117 last year J M Mi HardestyacI have crossed over during the year Tho new members born during tho year were Stewart j Vaughan Stewart Brooks and Harry fleam olcetetlH jrV rt resoluItIonsi appointed a committee on family history The following wore present t Mrs Nary E Johnson Snllie M Johnson George Wr ohnson Mar JuhutotieJohnson lima Mary S Johnson MIIla neyJohnsonMrHEliza JanoHearn Lizzio Ewing Sargent Ellen Carts CardIswell Mrs Eliza Jane Minor Mary Minor Laura Minor William Mi nor Elizabeth Minor Mrs Virginia Redden Mrs Julia Yancey ri Hardesty Lillie Hardesty Mattio r JA Hardesty Essie May Hardesty t yrStephen Arnold Nora Belle Hank ley Mary Belle Paxton Christie Arnold D A Tnomasson Kate J Rodman Fannie Gibbs Sue John son John Bedman Dode Redman k Scam Bedinan Steve nod man Mary f Redman Mi tle Redman Theltna f Bedman Lntha Gibbs Grace Gibbs Charlie Lee Redman Christine RedmanSA GravesAnnie Smith NhLi fl o Scott Addie Lee King Anna Graves Lizzie Vaughn Ernest V Vaughn Susio Vaughn Bohert 1 Vaughn Albert Vaughn Frank S Vaughn Martha J Reed Andrew Reed Susie Reed Alfred Cnrdwoll August Items= SKIRTS We are showing some new fall effects in Skirts youcaulMENS SHIRTINGS WeTnake special preparation n long this line 8c Heavy Cheviots lOc J Fine Cheviots 12c Fine Madras lOc White Madras RETIE IBER every Friday is Remnant Day with us FARMER I I BIRTHS SOWERIn this city on Sunday to Mr James H Sower and wife a son TRACEY Tu this city to Mr Samuel Traooy and wifea daugh ter TRANSFERS OF REAL ES TATE l Messrs EB and NlL Smith have purchased from Mr L F Johnson lots on the Owenton pike for 650 cash tMies Naomi K Graham has sold a Logan street lot to Mr CSS Ver mill lop for 200 Misses Lucy and Louise Patti have purchased of Mrs Margaret Schlossor her house and lot on Mur ray street known as the Bridgoford property for 2000 FRA NKLIN INSTITUTE NEW PROPRIETOR l The Franklin Institute under the management of the new proprietor Prof J Boy Scearoe A B will open its doors next Monday September 1L The prospects for the new year are very flattering We hope that our citizens having children to educate will patronize this home institution The teachers have all had experience in their workI rsREJECTED BIDS The Board of Education hold a meeting on Thursday last August Slst to consider tho lids for the erection of the now High School Building After canvassing the matter it was decided unanimously to reject all bids ottered Tho prices ranged from 28000 to 32000 whioh was mote than the Board was willing to pay REFUSED TO MARRY DI VORCED WOMAN On Thursday last Alrr O Bibb and Mrs Mary Kissner of Owen county came to this city to be marr ed They applied to Rev Dr BaptistChurchDr Adams was informed that the lady was a divorced woman her husband still living Not having tho Bible reason for divorce Dr Adams refused to perform the cer omony as did another minister learnlLater Rov L D Stuoker was found and complied with their re quest 0 The rules of the Baptist Church forbid marrying divorced people except for Bible cause BIG SUITS RILED Col Jas A Scott Oiled suit in the circuit court on Thursday against W A Gaines Co proprI- etors of the Old Crow DI8itller for 25000 in damages in favor of the- personal reprobentatjve of Andrew Trumbo deceased Trumbo was a employe of the distillery and stopped into an opening in the floor which had beep left uncovered and had his leg broken by tho machin tcry placed close to the floor He died from tho effects of blood poi son occasioned by the injury Col Scott also brought suit Wednesday against the L N R R Co In favor of Mr H Clay Wilso- for having been run against and thrown him out of his buggy on the railroad bridge about a month ago He alleges damages to the amount of 10000 LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters or week ending September 2 1905 Bryant Mrs Rachel Cardwell Mrs Nannie Crutcher W G DeFord Dr Merton J Frizell Sylvester J Hall Jos A Hoyt G A Inpram Mrs Tabitha Jackson J S Lanter R L Miler Mrs Anga Moore Mrs Sallie Mosier Miss Emma Pantor Miss Carrie Payne Mrs Harriett Pope Miss Ma Steverson Mrs E L- Stephens Judge Thomas Miss Bettle Persons calling for the above lot ters will please say advertised E M DRAKE P M TOBACCO GROWERS TO MEE MONDAY The tobacco growers oXthis count will meet at tho courthouse in September f forming a tobacco growers associ ationIt hoped that there will be largo and lepresentative body o our ciltzens present- TREMENDOUS CABBAGE Mr J J Parrent who lives on Shelby street brought to our office on Thursday the largest oubbnge wo evor saw It weighed some hours after having been cut l23 pounds down weight It certainly was a big one Mr Parrent raised it in his garden on Shelby street this city and has other big ones loft Ho will please accept OU1t thanks for his gift OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER K ENTUCKY WHISKEYJ 1L TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky tya h rTli s r k t For Late in the Buying COTTON GOODS Are much higher but we are ahead of the market you get the benefit jI5c for 88 in Seal Brand Cotton 5c for good Bleached Cotton COMFORT CALICOIn new right colortSpecial quality 5c Light Silkaline effects in beautiful colorings 7c CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS We can save you money on new fall patterns in highclass Rugs lif S MyrtleSemones Season RECEPTION TO JUDGE WM LINDSAY AND WIFE Notwithstanding the threatening weather of tho early evening a large and representative crowd of our best people attended the reception given on Thursday njght by then citizens of this city at the Country Clul House in honor of Judge Wm Lindsay and wife Judge J H Hazelrigg made the address of welcome which was ap propriate eloquent and to tho point Judge Lindsay briefly re plied thanking his friends and neighbors for their kindly and ap prooiatfve notion warmly eulogjz nins the home of his choice and avowing his determination to return to it permanently in the not distant futuretThere was a throng of handsome ly attired and beautiful ladles pres ent with the usual accompaniment of the masculine persuasion and each vied with other in showing honor to the distinguished guest and his lovely wife The following gentlemen were in charge of the arrangements Judge J H Hnzelrlpjr Col C E Hoge Frank Chinn James A Scott K W Mallory T L Edelen D L Hazelrigg and George L Payne The Ladies Arrangement Com mittee was Mrs Wm SatFell Mrs James A Scott Mrs A D Martin Mrs Sam D Johnson Mrs W H Sneed Mrs T L Edelen Miss Anna Boll Chinn Mrs J Swigert Taylor Mrs John W Rodman After the reception proper a delightful dance was held which occupied the timo until the woo seta hours It was an occasion long to membered und was a source of grlitI ification to tho friends of that able upright and brilliant Kentuckian creditTthe halls of the Senate and at the bar e STILL OUT A man siring the name of Card Southffrom Mr L F Shelton the first oV the week to go to the country promising to return in a few hours Up to the hour wo write ho hats not shown up When last hoard from he was at Peytona Shelby county trying to soil the outfit Officers are at work on the case DOCKET CLOSED The docket for the September term of tho Court of Appeals has been closed and contains 518 eases There nro 891 appearance cases 87 Commonwealth cases and 400rnlI argument cases This is the largest docket for several years Tho Pub lie Printer has been furnished the copy and it will be printed and sent to the parties litigant early next week VIOEPRESIDENJI Mr John R Sower of this cft VicePresidentIof the State Y M I Council when in session at Newport this week Mr Sower A hustling young business man and we con gratulate him upon his preferment 1IAnd to think that ten months ago I looked like this I owe it to German Syrup JThe timeworn injnnction Never put off til tomorrow what can do to 1day is now generally presented in this formCI Do it today That terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strugglingfor sev eral days perhaps some reliable remedy for it ToDAyand 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 howrtdeepseatedconsumption has attacked yours lungs German Syrup wIll surely a cureIras it has done before in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble JNew trial bottles 250 regular size 750 At all druggists a For sale by J W Gnvln IDAILY EXCURSIQNS TOLEDOtTo DETROIT St Clair Flats s Port Huron By tht Hagnlfcant Stiamtft of Leaving foot of Madison Street Dally at tramsReturningSundays ooo p Fare to Detroit unliraitedroundtripSi Excurtlons SiSundta delightful two days trip ol11a00meals aad berth extra Seal RaltJ 1o SccftttiJ Close connections at Detroit with steam SooDuluthetcForRailroad Agent or write 0 F TrHgr BOLDENDJrA e f Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville 10JcuveaNow Orleans Special No Loan es nt Arrives 685p m NoL2Leam intermediatepolntstownHodgenvilloand Hopktnsville excopt no HodgenviUeNo Accommodation No iTea9fiBamFor ODSundaysAll Trains Run Daily r4 41j i THEFianKfortRQimflaDoiH Entered at the postoiilcc at Frankfort tuck us secondclass mailablo matter 1OE0 A LEWIS Pror and Pub L FRANKFORT SEPT 2 1905 ENFORCE THE LAW Wo believe thore is either a law or an ordinance which is tho same thing forbidding vehicles drawn by either horse power or by any mechanical device from going at a rate greater than six miles an hour Fourstreets If there is a law we believe in enforcing It It has become the practice those running automobiles to drly them through the streets at th rate of from 20 to 80 miles an hour and in such a reckless way as to show utter disregard of the safety and lives of our citizens 4Especially is this the case with those using tourist cars who are strangers or comparative strangers here They have been allowed to do as they please in this until they imagine there is no la in this regard Once or twice this week we have seen very narrow escapes made from these machines This will be kept up until some one is killed or dangerously injured and there will be some gun play that can just as easily be averted by enforcing the law ENFORCE THE LAW OeWitta- t Little Earn Risers The famous little pint oGOOD TIMES Every one who wants to work can get employment in this city at good wages There is no excuse for Idleness and vagrancy It may be true that persons may not be able to get just exactly what they want to do but then work is here to be done by all Reasonable wages are paid to any one williu to work that dont mean to work part of the time and loaf the rest and charge for all the time We would suggest to the city au thorities that now is the time for them to break up loafing and idle ness on our streets it makes no difference whether tho idlers are white or black If there are those standing about with no visible means of support let them be ninth to move on or bo arrested as vagrants and compelled to work Now is a splendid opportunity to test the matter fREAL ESTATE GOING UP r As an evidence that real estate in this city is advancing all th time we cite the fact that a nea cottage home in the outskirts the South Side sold about a year ago for1600 A short time ago it was sold again for 2000 and now the present owner has refused 2800 for it e The Better Way The tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated you coughand there is more irrita tionmore coughing You take a cough mixture and it eases the irritationfor a while You ta- keSCOTTS wy EMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold tip or bronchitis WELL SEND FREESCOTT arf t Nw Penn MrlI i jf cuEyes Did Not Close For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors Dr MilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more necessary to health Xouifwhen you went to bed there is an affection the nerves plainly If heart is weak or an inherited tendency m that direction your weakened nerves will soon to affect our hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner ofnine is n nerve tonic which quiets the nerves come and it quickly re stores the weakened nerves to and greatnlion of the the heartfenrichea the blood and proves Some time ago I was suffering severel with heart trouble At times heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it beat and very fast Three to feu hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Mites Nervine and Heart Cure at n drug store in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medi cines and doctors in Shelbyville Lawrenceburgwfrom the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors their medicines I think everybody ought to know of the mar velous wer in your remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Remedies send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind STAMPING GROUND Miss Mary Agee of Owenton is the guest of her unole Mr A M Duvall Mrs Oscar Trent and daughter of Cynthiana were guests of Mrs J J Yates this week The entertainment at Buffalo Spring Academy on Friday and Saturday nights given by loon dramatic talent was well patron ized and was n decided success There is n big demand for to hacco cutters just now The tobacco crop which Is geti orally good throughout this seo tion is being rapidly cut Some antghouse burn reported as yet Great excitement was created it our town by the horrible murder o Mr George Smith and his son James D The murderer whoever he thaw be should bo given the limit of the law UNO SPOT LIGHTS By Geo M Cohan Speaking of ball teams my Yankee Doodle Boys can go som when you place them on the did mondI to rehearse the Fay Tem pl tOn show today Fortyfive Minutes from Broadway looks like preferred stock to me efI paid two thousand dollars fo wifes Stanhope auto and it has been the direct cause of getting me 10000 Moral Buy your wife a bubble wagon Aint It a shame to take me off of Broadway with Little Johnny Jones turning hundreds away nightly and this my 25th week Guess I can come bank though I see Jo Hart out in front most every night and Im wondering is he a plagerist Take anything you like in the pieoo Joe but for good ness sake leave me my chorus girls I can replace every thing but them Walter Moore cooked up a scheme to have me take a trip in Capt Stevens air ship said it would be- n fine ad for me Guess again Walter I can get all the notoriety I want right on the sidewalk Take your balloon ascension to Provi dence they like to rubber there I Do you know that I sometimes think that a fellows luck comes from being born right I got in on lound floor when weroI nslanddontlroufine children CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of 11111 tf INTERNAL REVENUE IAssiAnmonts for September In The Collection District of KetituuKy 1Stoll Co Lexington T E 01dim in day Z J Pheps addi tional and bottling T H Shelby gauger DistilleryFrankfort C M Kasb additional C H Mor Ann additional F D Clark gaugrr DistillingCoday Oscar Origsby additional and bottling P D Wells ganger 4W A Gaines Co Frankfort DavisfD E Reid additional W H Sneed additional H C Everett gaugerfiton John T Gunn day Amos Griffith additional J R Sams additional and bottling D C Berryman gauger 9S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day R H Davenport additionalyC H Igaugerr Distillery Co Riser ton N A Moore day D C Berryman gauger 11S C Herbst Frankfort U G Cary day J H Murray addi tional and bottling F D Clark gauger14G G White Paris J M Walker day J P Hutohoraft additional W W Cherry bottling- D C Borrymon gauger DIstilleryCoday F M Cisco additional and auget8aGeorge W D Blanding day J M Fraley additional John Stephanski gau ger 87 John Cochran Co Frankfort W S Lyne day George T bottlingS46J E Pepper Co Yarnall ton E F Darnaby day J A Logan additional and bottling H S Foreman gauger 52Labrot Graham Frankfort J T Berry day P G Powell additional and bottling S A Powell ganger 68E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort Speed F Owens day A B Piper additional L L Lemaster bottling L F T Steele additional S A Powell gauger 77 Paris Distilling Co Paris J M Russell day C T Throckmor ton additional R D Grant addi tional C H Wiokliffe bottling gaugeroFrankfort D B Walcutt day A W Nazor Df10GW A Gaines Co Frank fort H S Sinclair day WP Bacon additional J D Shy additional J G Barnett additional J M Tanner bottling D Harp gauger11MTheFrankfort J G Brawner day J E Hanrahan additional H S Bell bottling John Stephanski gauger EeCraig storekeeper gauger MnysvilleLM24J H Rogers Maysville J S Wallingford storekeeper gnu er- 50W J Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeeper 110J N Blakemore Frankfort storekeepers105 Haynes Trundle Stamp ing Ground S P Willis store keeperganger 400 Robert Fulton Co Culver Rolla Fannin storekeepergauger Public Warehouse rITho Lexington Public Ware house Co Lexington W F Crog haw storekeeper ganger R Strauss storekeepergauger tGenernl StorekeeperGauger Lexington G R Bullock Rectifiers Lexington Stoll d Co R S Strader Son The W J Smith Co and James E Pepper Co H gangerFrankfort F D Clark gauger OaSrORABears Signature of A CINCINNATI EXCURSION The next and probably the last excursion to Cincinnati over the F C and Q 0 Railroads will be run on Sunday September 10 The fare for the round trip will be leaveta m reaching Cincinnati at 1080 a m Returning it will leave Cincinnati at 8 p m reaching homo about 12 midnight e eDR R M GOBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 10Sm i 1rFJ Pleasant to take rJlt Laxative Srrup NOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor S- And q he will tell you Laxative Fruits and 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 Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you Have tried tt Xvfc ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND SOc PER BOTTLE- r t Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks SpadesfCradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches 1ThresherTarpaulinst f 11 Monkey Wrenches If A Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK GI STAGG1V Hardware Paint Oils Etcti State College of Kentucky Lexing on Kentucky J lJ The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers ypthe following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical t Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering itJ and 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 rfseparate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professors and instructors iT1 County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and expensesThe 1tcompre ii hensive and modern r The Legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for oungJ Bothbuildings r 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 providedforThe State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title ofollege is the only institution In the Commonwealth doing In any proper sense university work providesfacilities ei cultureIt 5 An opportunity is thus afforded to young women of obtaining a t thorough education In classic modern language literature science economyNoof women at all comparable to those offered by the State College of J KentuckyFor method of obtaining appointments Information regarding 4 courses of study and terms of admission apply to DrorFall Term Begins September 14 1905 43td 01 rr I I TIDE LAST CHANCE FOR CUT PRICE GOODS I j i J Main Ir Street II t rI SELECTED COUNTS ELEC tV TION COMMISSIONERS Ly rho State Board of Election Com p raissioners mot on Wednesday last jfcy Mr JMorgan Chinn Clerk of the Court of Appeals is oxofflcio Pres P ident of the Board Judge A R i J Burnam of Richmond is the Rep publican member and Judge Chas I JR McDowell of Danville the Democratic member They pro- eeded to select the County Boards r Capt C C Furr was selected as to the Republican member of the KfBoard from this county and Mr IK Howard Johnson as the Democratic f Eteinoniber Sheriff A G Jetlers is r the other member tt CELEBRATED 50TH ANNI VERSARYiif i J Mr WC Fish and his wife Mrs r Martha Fish residing near Paint Lick in Madison county celebrated the 60th anniversary of their marriage on Tuesday They are tho b inther and mother of Dr 0 AI r for Fish of this city who attended the celebration Mr Fish is 81 years JY of age and his wife 78 They have alltpeople are decidedly popular and s5V were the recipients of many beau k fp tiful and useful presents Those TV present enjoyed the occasion and t wish friends many happy re 1t turns Ir Editor Roundabout- When one gets Bnllurds Obelisk Miles M K M Old John or Marguerite Flours they ge a Flour made from sound dry v wheat as the mills at which these flours are made are located in sec ep tions so they are enabled to draw their supplies of wheat from States that harvested andthre shed wheat and put it on the 1market in firstclass shape while are compelled to use c1 mt that was harvested and i Jhreshed damp Wheat once wet ltjcnn never be dried to make first flour It will pay those t fanting good flour to ask their f i jrgrocrB for tho above brands Call tr rbn me before buying and I will f tell all about i- tijNO E MILES AGENT Furnishing Goods Wallace French Line- nUnderwear f worth 500 Suit For I =2 Price- All Sizes One lot of highgrade Fanc- yUnderwear worth 200 to 400 Suit For 12 Price Broken sizes Every Straw Hat In our house For 12 Price Choice of fill our Fancy Hosiery for 25c worth 50c to 150 All our Belts for I = 2 Price Everything in this sale for cash and nothing sent out on approval TRIED TO SKIP The Chicago Dental cfwho have been occupying rooms over Mr J P Noouans grocery at the corner of Main and Ann streets undertook- to Ie skip by the light of the moon on Wednesday night verIsaillostor to move the outfit was obeying orders when a desk sliped and broke the glass door at tho entrance on Ann street this attracted the attention of parties who were interested and they at once had an officer stop the moving- It appears that there are several unliquidated bills which it is claimed the manager was trying to dodge He is in Oklahoma and was attempting to transfer the out fit to Louisville where he has an other place of business Dr Koene is a young man of good family having been born and reared at Versailles and is not held responsible for the matter We be lieve his mother lives in George town His father Dr RW Keene is dead He is a recent graduate of the Louisville Dental College JOHNNY CAME MARCHING HOME All the soldier boys who went to Rusollville to guard prisoners whIle under trial in tho Circuit Court with tho exception of a special detail returned homo on Friday evening just as our paper was on tho press They wore very glad to get home as they had only been from camp at Pnducah a few days when ordered into active service INTO NEW AND HANDSOME QUARTERS The Louisville Evening Post moved into their new and specially built quarters this week The Post is a firstclass paper edited with ability and brim full of news from all quarters We congratulate Editor Knott upon the evident prosperity of tho Post CASrOBtABean the a ATha Clothing Department All 2= Piece Mixed Suits For 12 Price Large lot 3piece Mixed Suits and 2piece Black and Blue Suits Spring and Summer weights 20 and 18 kind for 350 15 kind for 10 12 and 10 kind for 750 850 and 8 kind for 6 AH Low Cut Shoes- At sacrifice prices 500 Patent Oxfords for 375 500 Tan and Kid Oxfords for 350 400 Oxfords all kinds 300 350 Oxfords all kinds 250 300 Oxfords all kinds 225 250 Oxfords all kinds 175 200 Oxfords all kinds 150 150 Oxfords all kinds 120 125 Oxfoids all kinds 100 100 Oxfords all kinds 75c All Strap Slippers jar Ladies Misses and Children go in this sale at same prices quoted on Oxfords CRUTCHER SIMPSON PACIFIC COAST ITHE want to live where the climate is mild the year round where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where with a minimum of labor you can growprofitable crops where business is toed and capital finds profitable investment Both health and opportunity await you on the Pacific Coast Line OhicagoUmonSend 4 cents in Stamps to W B Kniskorn P T N W for booklets and full information DR G W NORMAN SPECIALIST Office Farmers Flat New Phone 449 49lm FARM FOR SALE A farm of 174 acres good land well located will sell cheap In quire at this of lice 51tfe UNITED STATES or AMERICA EASTERN TInCT OF KENTUCKY- In the United States District Court in and for said District Referee District No 5 In the matter of John Daniel Moore Bankrupt In Bankruptcy No To the of John Daniel Moore of Frankfort in the County of Franklin and bankruptNotice on the 21st day of August A D John Daniel Moore was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first mooting of his creditors held at my the City of Frankfort Kv on Saturday the 9th day of September A D at in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims u trustee examine the bankrupt and transmit such other business as may properly come before said meeting D W LINDSEY 62lt Referee in Bankruptcy CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic conditions in the cute of consumption Thespoortoo can attention to food digestion SyrupIis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing tho greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu laxly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 76c At all drug gists yr t Ky KENTUCKYS I 1 BIG 16 Frankfort STATE FAIR 1AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS IIN PREMIUMS 25000THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 555Novel y The Famous DOSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky uk Value DRISCOLL 6 PREMIUMS1 Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions JOHN Qualityj The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRIS COLL 216 St QJjr St Frankfort Kentucky FARM FOR SALE A farm of 240 acres near Louis ville pike about two miles from Frankfort all in a high state of cultivation has been in grass for several years fine tobacco land and suitable for dairy purposes Two good dwelling houses on it Two good orchards with all kinds of fruit Good outbuildncs Two good barns for tobaooo Some of the land in onehalf mile of new State Capitol For further information inquireat this office 602m- I rS F NOTICE t AllieVat once and settle and hav ing claims against her estate will i requiredbyJOHN W VAUGHANExecutor OfficeFrankfort DAWlth Little IN iI1I those Early Risersf Tyr Th0 famous little piliL r fI f 1iGi Both Main St Now is the time for building- BARNS hnVe carry a complete stock of V Crimp adOcrf gatectl STEEL ROOFIM r- Ruberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges t e Track ofall kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hingesa 7Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled fl1J 307309 Phones Written for the Roundabout r GHOSTSA STORY FOR MEN ONLY r Chapter Vlir Love Mary Burns plea for recognition was not to bo despised or sot aside If she had failed to realize or ha k been prevented from entering into the Holy of Holies by the inter position of that Providence wbio she had been taught to believe rule her life from its inception to its finishshe betrayed no sign On the other hand there was rather a tendency to exult over a renewal o the feudthe survival of the the evolution of traits and trials new as are the smallest wild blos sour born on the edge of precipice and as old as the rockbound moun tains of her simple lifes environ mentShe met the perplexing problem eilentllSome times crying in th evening because o the very loneliness again over the fact that her lover die game with his boots on1 art d the knowledge made her more termined to aid the side of lawless tress and moonshineif that were faith And and worksIods of verity and truth Well we say Tho love that condones is the most unselfish but is it the best for the most possible good looked into her motives and were manifold but not selfish fro an tndiidl1allnterost She had loved the man who wa killed He was the first fruits o her girlish and innocent affection She had looked to him for the real is support of her every day when thn two lives should hav blended into one completed unit and the sudden unexpected sun dering of ties the elimination o hopes the disappearance of a posi tive identity in her life and its pur pose set aside all the conclusions for the time being formed and made of her a new creature This may not have been ideal in Its reality but it was true and the f consciousness of a higher identity I plausibleBut from tho herself set aside even other recognition in the theory of a passion so transcendent so su or to all other elements in tU composition of a womans heart that in the repetition J was almost as much as if a ghost proportion4I s t of subpoenaWeuns goin tor marry Ephrium Combs Tomnext meet ln day up on I Turkey Footpt WVuns air goin to live whare Lyninu warts kilt an Epliry thinks 1 that thor same cabin will do furI weuns ter live illIGoing to marry the man who shot your lover Mary I asked this question earnestly desiring tot ascertain how a woman could so soon forget n sorrow or forgive an injury Ephry wuz thor gamest Tom when hit dun ter fightin aulweuns tillers tooken a heap stock in a game man uvI Pop he sed weuns cud next meetin day an if ary man woman or child sod erword Pap sed thar wuz a goin1 ter be more blood spilt then hit wood be good t ter seeIhiVt daySShades of departed memories expectationsSwhat a disappointment as to th solution of a problem us old as tho sphinx as remote as destiny I I sat aghast at the audacity of the woman in question but second thought presented the fact that she r was only a link in the chain of evlfpence which if broken tho part might be made stronger Ithereby I was not satisfied Have you so soon forgotten your 1 murdered evredtheart Mary P C COINER 8c CODo you love Ephry as much a you loved the lost dear dead lover Will you be as happy with this one as with the She looked at me in evident sur softlyWounsded men still Jive in live men an weuns remembers thor other un in therJare uv growHow tinsII shook her hand timidly tints she went out into the world of ma terlalism as devoid of conscience haulfmountain God must overlook herII temerity I could not And feature of more surprising happi ness flaunted itself in my small world of selfish aggrandizement Marthy coming in at this time in evening3f carefuldthought thought the air cool youns must wait till ter merry Befo youns go awa weuns must thank God fur youns comm Hit lies bin a great bleeslu on this thetteverbody an ther lov uv God wuz in life moansIlivinmfurther luv what or mother gives ter whatfTom in danger youns go er away in safety Alters think uv Marthy luvsebenedictionp a stranger going out the of shadows as a friend a comrade a son like Hymdam Could I have requested a grander eulogium than this contributed by this mother in Israel This buried strange life as impartial and intrinsic as it was consecrated I have felt its influ fence through all these years We parted in tears I was not aKhamed of them and even when thoII little mother brought the mountain blossoms and laid them ofeblood to my face and a dry aching in my throat that only the even of- a common sorrow could mitigate or destroy It was best Jack drove slowly The mules appeared to ap preciate the situation and walked accordingly and I mused as I watched the gradual rounding of familiar points in the mountaintops and breathed over and over the invigorating atmosphere repre renting health strength and actual exlstcn e Occasionally a word from my friend broke the stillness questions as to How I was stand ing the drive If I could wait to rest If the quietness of the crows nest would weary me all of- which I answered by either a nod or a shako of my head I was too happy for conversation The small log cabin appeared as a bit of fresh landscape in tho horoscope of memory It was ns if I trod returned to the supplement of a biography by a bypath and the sudden face to faco with Jacks wife awoke the ghost of a Jostj ideal and I deliberately arose the strength and purpose of a great might and by the help of God strangled the form and features and with my weak enfeebled hands dug tho lonely grave and buried ofea hallowed peace under tho vio lets I had rather died ten thousand deaths than have entered the home of my friend with a fixed purpose of disgrace so and when onfwho are lost to usthe dead are forever by our side walking in the sweet companionship love The warmth of a fire etirred my IIJ if i A j fI Kl J Ii sluggish energies and I awoke once more to light and reason Hym dam gave me greeting in his quiet way even smiling at the suggestion of a compliment as to my good con paleSheside for was resting and lay the flowers from my ideal world close to her small cheek She breathed the fraganoe and patted the small black puppy surreptitiously and I renlitythoN S COX Continued a II CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR I We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20te fel- DEATHSTOT D At his home in Virginia Mr H Innes Todd oldest son of Admiral Chapman C Todd of con sumption aged 28 years Ue leaves a wife and one child besides his father mother and a brother to mourn his untimely end Ho was a bright manly gentleman and popular with all who knew himThe remains werq brought here for interment in the family lot in our cemetery The sympathy of a largo circle of friends is extendedILLENIn this city on Wed nesday Maude infant daughter of Mr C F Allen and wife of diphtheria = esBEARD Miss Willie Settle of Versailles is visiting Mrs Florena Enoch Miss Scott Campbellsburg is the guest of her aunt Mrs Joe Eastis i Mr and Mrs Chas WI ginton who have been spending tne summer at Floy dsburg returned to their home in the city Wednesday Miss Anna Erioson of Shelby ville is visiting her aunt at Floyds burg Mrs J M Milton of Stafford Kansas who is visiting her brother Mr Joe Vincent is spending this week with her cousin Mrs Mary Logan of Shelbyville- Mr and Mrs Willan Potts visited relatives in Louisville Tuesday DIED Mrs MecWa Hampton died Wednesday evening and the funeral took plaoe at Mt Tabor Methodist Church Thursday at 11 oclock JEEMS IABOIMonday noxt wtyich is Labor Day will bea legal holiday and there will bo only one delivery made by the letter carriers in this city The postofllco will be closed except from 10 to 11 oclock a rn DONT WANT TO WORK A convict in the Pen who was averse to do his allotted stunt in Castle Lillard cutoff his thumb williII1nP tor IDrxrr rj fJr jr FlankfortiKentucky If r BeSt7 eJ11 g 1 We live had fpvmany voars the reputation of sellmg a11ririt1 vA what is best in v f Sterling Silver j And of never allowing a hint of inferiority to show anywhere A new line has just arrived bearing the X well known trademark of theI Gprham manufacturing Co UK f Which stamps then as the preeminent best of ST their kind The assortment comprises fi i Knives Forks and Spoons t 7 IAndlarger pieces as well you will examine them yi 7 h j M A Selbert t44 Reliable Jeweler lJi- 126 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Via FRANKFORT CINCINNATI QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE SUNDAY SEPT 10TH f Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a in connecting with Q C train at Georgetown Ticket good only on date of sale and returning leaving Cincinnati at 880 p m same day Base BallReds vs Chicago Ask agent for particulars Go to Mr iW partiou larsIfJ i T e9 I tiBean the Spahntl 4 ATill Kid tI ht 4 r l tI 1XPERIENCr t IIIDESIGNStAnyone eeuding a sketch and p quickly aecertala our opinion free whether Intention ii pa n nonsetrlctifconddontta4 uoitonr tlent froe ICGeta oncrforsecurtnrpaten tlfPatents Ca eputatnoU e wltboutcban e lathe Sdtntll Rmerkan A bmdomel trRtec weeklr Lerreat euleuonofsayedentto ourual 1 I JIBert fL IIAO Dt8t Waebteatoa brauYgw Fine Head Lettuee Tele hone lNo ff iV RELIGIONS PALtrilr anonI a in Sabbath School in the tr chapel f 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p in Evening Player Friday vj 780 p m Bible Study f Teachers Meetings at 715 p in The invited to y t endIV CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C F Hudson the pastor having re r rrlrl turned will preach at li a m and IM 730p m Vi Sundayschool at 980 a m in the JII f3hapelV Endeavor Society has IN adjourned until October 1b r jr Prayermeeting Wednesday even Y ioK at 780 in tho adjournedtEverybody invited JOATHOLIO CHURCH Rev r4 father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 ao m High Mass at 10 a m I Sundayschool at 2 p fr Vespers at 780 p m tV FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH pasiitjR pmMorning subject Christ in Ed Ii ooation Evening suhteot The Meaning 1of Japan Present Lifo of the World V p Sundayschool at 045 a m in the chapel Baraca Class at 045 a m taught fa by the pastor i Baptist Young Peoples Union t r will meet in the chapel at 645 p Ir tn- Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 o in the chapel k Visitors cordially invited Seats free i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BlayneyD11 a m No evening service- Sundayschooll at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Ghrjs tlan Endeavor at 080 p m Erayermootlng Wednesday even- In p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev 7JT O A Vaught the pastor will 9ypreach at 11 a m and 780 p m r beforefConfis urgod Il Sundayschool at 046 a m Junior League at 8 p m w Senior League at 7 p m WednesdayjjEverybody invited to attend- J SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN r CHURCH Rev Mr Strassner oft Canton Ohio will preach at 11 a a m No service Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society atOdO p tiPrayermeeting Wednesday at Everybody invited to attend I POSTPONED At a mooting of the Board of Ed ucation held yesteray the opening of the public schools was coned until Monday Se embe postI jtwo weeks from Monday xf Those interested should boar this f In mind t FLYER NO64 SD JOHNSON COi Flyer Days This Weelt on Friday and Saturday Aug 21th and 12th Flyer Prices will DC given on LACE CURTAINS PENANGS i COTTON VOILLES GINGHAMS RIBBONS and LACES Waists Suits and Skif Less Than Half Price Sales AuusLi call on filks Silk Organdies Grenadines You save 25 per cent on the dollar by purchasing now Silkolines 1 yd wide beauti ful de gns reduced to lOc Table Linens Towels Sheet ings Muslins greatly reduced F J HEENEY Franklin Institute Aclassical School for boys and girls will begin its first an nual session under its present management Monday September 11 1905 The design of the school is to give to the students a good liberal education at home and to prepare those wishing a more extended course to enter any of the best colleges or universities Private tutoring dur the summer months at reasonable rates For further in formation apply to J B SCEARCE A B Principal 404 Second St Frankfort Ky New Phone 245 47td Illinois Central R iAnnual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendance of individual Holders Desired FREE TICKET TO THE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be hold at the Companys office in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 18 1005 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said mooting there will be issued TO EACH HOLDER OF ONE OR MORE SHARES- of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tored on the books of the Company at tho olosobf business on Tuesday September 20 1005 who is of full ageENABLING HIM OR HER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lfnes from the station on tho Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- CHICAGO AND RETURN such tiuk t to bo good for the journey to Chicago only during the FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDINGand the and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting aqd theFOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING when properly countersigned and stampted tinting business hours on or before Saturday October 21 IflOo that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p mIn the oilloe of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruon in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on appli cation writingMo the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each must state the full StookIholderher with the number and date of such certificate No more than one per son will be carried free in respect to anyone holding of stool as regis tered on the books of tho Company A G HAOKSTAFF 5ltd Secretary FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Three quarters of a mile from city limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf j t i + Comfortable Feet Any feet can be made so find kept so by dusting a little GAYLESAntiseptic Foot Powder in the shoes each morning It prevents friction Absorbs excessive perspira tion and keeps the feet cool and comfortable If your feet itch burn or blister just try Gayles Antiseptic Foot Powder If you are not satisfied with it we want to return your money Price 15 Cents ill WuGAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky FOR SALE CHEAP A 5horse power direct current 600volt electric motor For sale cheap Inquire at this office 61tf a DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never of till tomorrow what you cadogtoday is now gen erally presented in this form Do 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 rperhapweeks y remed3bewhich has been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continuo use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a euro as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all druglgsts lyr Selling Out at Cost Rather than move them I will sell for CASH my entire stock consisting of one of the larges- lines of Groceries and General Merchandise in the Also counItersTrucks Store Safe etc waJ SCOTTOW 280 Ann St 50lm i f J 1it THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Const or Puget Sound coun try during the period of low rates to Portland and California points atewInoludingBanffdian Rockies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion City Americas virgin playground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the lion mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has over copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky OF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS passengersdesiring Sunday excursion rofis the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No9 at Louisville until 600 p m No6 at Lexington until 480 p m No 14 jit Burgin until 410 p mAll interested will please be governed accordingly tf Dr Weavers Syrup PnrifiM the blood Cerate ointment for the dill tilt FtaaKfortCinciiatiSij The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 10 aiNo842 6 20 Lv D Frankfort Ar 1125 720 2 6 23 Summit 211 6 3J Elkhorn 06 1103053s2 0 69 ftuvall 6 2 Johnson 6 a2 12It J Georgetown 1035 6 29 2 15 0 8 625 2 7 Newtown 864 807 8 7 Centerville 846 569 8 7 87 Elizabeth 8 565 8 20 147II Paris Jnnctn 1II 832 645 8 7 Ar Paris f Lv 8 543 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q 4 Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N NATII l8f8 Ar Cincinnati Lvl 880a 00lBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AMIPM IPM420t3 Lv Arl 5 83 80 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 6 20A L Frankfort A 25A 720P 025Ph6 liP 42A A Winchester 09A 245P 8 15P 9 50A A Maysville 45A 15P 8 24A ACynthtana L17 602P 54P A 0A 16iP A Cincinnati S53P OEO B HARPER C W HAY Pres and Genl SuP GPA llr Two- Dyspeptics f H you aro too fat it is because food turns to fat instead of muscle strength If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in tho stomach while fit people have too much Pepsin and not sough Pancreatine Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tissue building tonic as well Hfldol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh lUrboUUktlua UaiM anta0 M tor du ftpard at u LA- MorstrrotEODWtri a00 cMua oea For sale by J W Gayle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR ALL PAY ALIKE No Complimentary Tickets Will Be Issued for Kentucky State Fair A Wise Move The Board of Control uf the Kentucky r State Fair met at the offices of the secretary at Lexington last Sri Wednesday There were a number f of quite important matters which came before it but the most im portant action taken was one which will beyond question meet the ap proval of every taxpayer in Kentucky and every one interested in the permanent success of the State Fair This was a resolution of the board that there should be no com plimentary tick t issued for the f State Fair The resolution was passed pro viding that not only should there be no complimentary tickets issued but that there should be no com plimentary tickets printed so that there will be no possibility of any being issued under any circum stances or to any individual The Board of Control after u thorough discussion of the ques tion came to the conclusion that it was its duty to the taxpayers of Yttlthe State whose coined sweat is 12 given as promiums at the fair take this action toI Learn From Past Two State fairs hove been one of which was only a partial difmsItrousalleged for the failure and one of the main reasons given was the use of complimentary tickets That no question of this sort might arise this year and upon the broader ground that the members of the Board of Control were trustees act ing as olllcors of the State and that they had no right to give com plimentary tickets to anyone to the State Fair the resolution was passed that there should bo no complimentary tickets printed Consistent OuurseiIn accordance with the spirit of this resolution the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association to which association is due more than to all other organizations the seour ing of the appropriation for the State Fair determined to buy tick ets for those of its members who under its articles of incorporation or bylaws are entitled to tickets and the members of the Board of Control and the gua a itors of the fund which made it possible to hold the fair at Lexington this year will also buy tickets E Fulfills a Trust i This Is such a radical change x from the methods which have been r followed by the previous manage ments of the State Fair that it will beyond question arouse widespread comment but it Is believed that it to 4JIi will excite only commendation and will meet with the approval of every citizen of the State Had there been any complimentary tick ets it would have been natural of course that friends of members of the Board of Control and the citi zone of Lexington who guaranteed tho fund of 12500 and the officials of Lexington and Fayetto county of the State and other counties and prominent men in all parts of the State would have received them Taxpayers Right The Board of Control acted upon the assumption that it was not just to the taxpayers of the State to give complimentary tickets to citi zens of Lexington or Fayette county that there was not a single official in Kentucky who would not applaud and indorse the notion and cheerfully pay for his ticket to the fair approving the spirit which made the Board of Control take every possible precaution against any charge of favoritism or any improper or unwise use of the power in their hands Every mem ber of the Board of Control every member of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association will pay for his ticket as will every citizen who attends Among other matters taken up by the Board of Control was the selection of judges of the various classes and the day was largely spent in selecting judges who both by their experience knowledge and character will command the respect and confidence of the exhibitors and the public Every indication is that the fair will be the greatest success of any fair ever held in the South Al ready a large number of entries have been received by the secre tary and every mail brings addi tional evidences of the wide inter est in the fair- Experience is the best teacher and that makes sure tho stand thus taken STRIKES HIDDEN ROOKS When your ship of health strikes the hidden rooks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost if KingsNewJ W MoKinnon of Talladoga Sprints Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumonia under the gettinDr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure Cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at all druggists price 60o and 1100 Trial bottle free WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME Upon its presentation at the big New York Theatre When Johnny ComcH Marching Home created a positive sensation and proved a boon to the blase theatre goers of New York where it ran for the en tire season to magnificent business Patriotism reigned supreme It was a nightly occurrence for men and women to rise in their seats and cheer to the echo the stirring musk The composer Mr Julian Edwards has introduced all those patriotic songs and sweet southern melodies which appeal to every music lover It is said that the W T Carleton Opera Co is bigger and better than ever and is delightfully suited to a correct and enticing interpretation of the famous work it includes such artists as 1Vr Carleton the eminent baritone manager W P Carleton his son who has long ere this proved himself a worthy successor to his famous sire Miss Gertrude Vaughn the beautiful soprano Miss Bertha Darel the bewitching little soubrette James Francis comedian C D Burt Donald Mackenzie May Salisbery Jean Roche Sara Carr and a long list of competent players and singois and a double chorus of beautiful young ladles Southern Belles Quaker Lassies and Army Officers The scenery and equipment is a magnificent affair and taken as a whole When Johnny Comes Marching Home will doubtless prove the grandest comic opera production to be seen here the our rout season- = sNO UNPLEASANT EFFECTS If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what pill pleasure is These famous little S- YSjitem tMhr u lVt THE GREAT BARLOW MINSTRELS Comes to Capital Theatre Next Wodnesdany September 7 For One Performance What some of the leading news papers say about Americas great est organizationThe Minstrels an organization that really pleases with funny end men and good sing ers is at the Third Avenue Theatre all this week and Managers Russell and Drew are to be congratulated for having secured an attraction that bids fair to break all records of the present season at that popu lar playhouse as well as presenting an attraction which is a most welcome change from some of the very mediocre companies which have unfortunately visited Seattle of late Fine singing and some exceptionally clover specialties all combine to make up a programme of refreshing interest and enjoyment and capacity daily should be the resultPost Intelligencer Seattle Washington- If ever a Minstrel show scored a success The Great Barlow Min strels as that fortunate one at the Denver Theatre last night From the rise of the curtain to the close of the long Olio not a dull moment could be found and the continuous applauso and laughter which greeted the efforts of Comedians and Singers alike must have been most gratifying to both Manager and Company Special mention of any one feature would be injustice to its successor but it is safe to say no better company has ever been in Denver Denver Evening Post Denver Colorado One of the best and cleanest Minstrel attractions seen in Salt Lake City in many a day opened for three nights at The New Grand Theatre last night and for two and a half hours The Great Barlow Minstrels sang danced and enter tained the great audience with one of the best programmes ever pre sented in this city including some really startling novelties never before seen here The singing of the Comedians and Balladists alike is worthy of 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