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HIHHHIHHHHHHIHK5 j + +j JAMES Editor MILTON nd RACERT HE CIT Number j i Cftlnvrf at tto Poftojb clan teen at tttnln lima INH 2000 1H +II+H+II+1+ +IIeLl VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 2 1903 Ono dollar a year NO2 IDEAS Work alone gives vnluo to Wilt The bravo man is notafruiilof being called n coward 1Ahand hand may go with a tender heart RAMS lions Kicking in the church cornea very near to cursing tho Christ TAKE NOTICE The notice given for opening of the fall term of heron Collpgti have been iueorroct Fall Tern OPOIIH Heptonihor lit FROM THE WIDE WORLD Jour violent enrthqiuko shocks at Erlau Hungary did considerable damage It la believed that tho RoM atandard IIwill bo adopted by Mexico not Inter tIItban January not Tho KSiiKfl of Italy and Rounmnia and Irwwleut Loubttt of France Kentv congratulations to King Iolor of Sor via Plans have boon arrange for a ship 1csual between the Frith of Forth on ea t of Scotland and the river Clyde to cost tt000OQO Five cotton give have been received at San Juan Porto Rico from the United States the that for 10 yeas They will be put in operation at one IN OUR OWN COUNTRY William A Hnvemeyer Chicago representative of the sugar trust is deal At tiio Yale Law School New Haven Conn rommmencuinout the c highest prior was taken hy a negro and the highest honor by a China man iroiidont Roosovolt hue aganxl to Mud to the Cnr of Ruaxia a Htitiou begging that the condition of tho Jews In BeMerabia in Russian terri tory be made bearable New YorkOer one thousand im migrants wore landed at Ellis Island on Sunday They came on the 1atria and Furuessia and were mostly from y Italy and nearby countries Sir Thomas Lipton who has come to this country from England to make another attempt to win tho American yacht race cup has been in Washing ton and lunched with 1rosideut KooMvelt at the White House The New England Conference Tuesday began a two days celebra lion of the two hundredth anniversa ry of the birthday of John Wesley I the founder of Methodism Rep resentatives are present from the Northern Southern and Canadian brauchwi of tho Methodist church As the result of tho Postollico in vestigation during tho past week If achen and the two GrofTs have boon indictedagainalao Ono E Lorenz and wife for being gobetweens Ex Representative Driggs for accepting I fee while a member of Congress and J V Miller for paying Driggfl COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Wolfe county oil mulls are said to have advanced jper cent In price in the past ten days Tho Board of Works cf Louisville ordered the construction of seventeen blocks of new streets to coat fvSOOOO Lightning struck a church in Nich olas county and several persons were injured in the panic which followed Church services wero held at night in Jackson Breathitt county last Sunday for the first time In many monthsWarrior Wallin a saloonkeeper at Crab Orchard was found dead in his bed the other morning The town wu recently voted dry Riley Brook who married Dora Clay the child wife of Gen Cassius M Clay was run down and killed by a train at Long View III A Gov Beckham has set Friday July 24 aa the date for the executing of OBrien and Whitney the murderers I of A B Chinn at Lexington w Welch Bales oil men havo pur chased leases on 20000 acres of laud In Jackson county Only the Stand ard Oil Co holds more laud in this countyRear Admiral Silas Wright Terry who wan appoiuted o the Annapolis Naval Academy from Kentucky in P 1868 will icon visit his old home at Cadiz in Trigg county He served with distinction in tho Civil War the Red river expedition and tho war with Spain and now commands tho battle ship Iowa Being the 128th year of our independence u HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Article 4 the Battle of lags Moun tale At the time of the Involution the mountain region was already tracked by frontiersmen aud hunters who were the ancestors of many of our present mountain people It is well to remember that Lexington Ken tucky was named after Lexington Mass because at the time of its founding tho news of the Revolution ary battle at Lexington Mass had found its way to this faroff frontier It is well known that Daniel Boono and his brother Squire wore camping in Madison county just before the outbreak of the Revolution BoonoY Fort stood on the Kentucky river at the northern boundary of what is now Madison county and was a good spec linen of the forts built by the settlers to protect their families from tho In dines In this fort ho was actually besieged by tho Indians who were commanded by n British oflicer and who summoned Boono and his friuuils to surrender in tho name of King George So that Madison county Kentucky may claim the honor of be ing the scene of one conflict in the Revolutionary War Tho mountain mon in general fought for tho Independence of their country by lighting tho Indians for it was tho policy of the British to stir up these savage forces to attack the Americans Tho sufferings and tho heroism of tho frontiersmen of tho mountains whose settlements already extended along tho western edge of the mountains of Kentucky and Tennessee are a part of the noble annals of the Revolution ary War But aside from this warfaro against tho Indians the mountaineers struck ono of tho most decisive blows which led to the final defeat of Cormvallis and the independence of America It lies only boon in somewhat recent yours that historians have dis covered the importance of the battle of Kings Mountain This wasa bat tie fought by tho mountaineers in which they defeated tho Britisharmy and drove Cornwallis toward York town where ho finally surrendered The story has boon told by a num her of historians and we can tell at this time only a few things about it as they appear in President Roosevelts Winning of the West1u the sec and volume Chapter IX is an aCt count of the battle of Kings Moun tale which occurred on the 7th of October 1780 It will be soon that this battle was a turning point in tho war The Bri t if a tish had recaptured Georgia andre duced all South Carolina to submission and marched into tho Old North State North Carolina Cornwallis had a force of British Hessians To vies and Indians His two best off cers were Tarloton and Fergurson Tarletou did his work with brutal ruthlessness his men plundered and ravaged maltreated prisoners outraged women and hung without mercy all who were suspected of turning from the loyalist to the whig side Ills victories were almost always fol low d by massacres Ferguson on the contrary showed a generous heart and treated tho inhabitants of the country fairly well Continue IA DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Visits Paint Lick Causing I loss of 40000 Supposed to b of Incendiary orgln Paint Lick in the edge of Garrard county was visited by a very destruc tive fire early Tuesday morning Be tween two and three oclock the rear of the store ol B A Estridge was discovered to be on fire but after using every moans at hand four of the princi pal business buildings were in ashes The heaviest losers W0 Fish Co general store B A Eatridge store Peoples Bank and Burnam fi Rucker grain and feed elevator Besides these firms there were in the buildings a drug store saddle- shop barber shop telephone exchang- and doctors office Tho total loss is estimated at from 10000 to Wli 000 while the insurance foote up to only about 11000 It was with ex treme difficulty that the fire was kept from communicating to the dwellings in the rear of the burning stores The fire is supposed to havo been of incendiary origin as the rear of the building where the fire first caught seemed to have been saturated with coal oil The oceno Tuesday after noon was one of desolation Practi cally only two stores are left In the little village those of Moore Shank and Jennings Lackey The future plans of those most inter eted hue not yet been made public The Kentucky Chautauqua The seventeenth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park LexingtonOne June 30 to July 10 of the boat programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon appli cation to Charles Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky r a r N NNNNNNN NNNNN 1 WE DOT SAY MUCH NNI NH I IComo anti convinced that your money will buy more and goods at the Hustling Cash than elsewhere In addition to already complete stock of Spring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc We adding daily now things in I Lawns Allover Laces Ribbons etciLadies are invited to call and son thou I i IthoIvnluMyou you wear you want for or boy and want tho FAIL to 1BestIDONT Only a look I I LACKEY HAMILTONCORN- ER 1 I MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND NNNNH INN INN IN 1 NNNNNNN WI ARE BETTOR PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F HIQQ1NS Prop THE EYES OF AND WOMEN are similar in all respects and requirements when exam ined generally very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES to suit those conditions and requires are made and supplied hero Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which rightePrices to suit tho pocket TeA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky It hunt Scare Folkst- o be told the truth about Lion CoffeeT- he scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggs uneifoarmto hfnatau e4 Ji NH NI 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 NHN NI OUR PRICES TALK see be bettor our I are Embroideries n KY 1 1 NI 1 1 1 1 1 NNI 1 1 1 MEN Thoir con dition are WE Make it pay you to trade with us Pay in dollars and cents Pay in satisfaction with the goods themselvesIf not satisfied with any thing youve bought after you take it home bring it back and we will make satisfactory We aim to please Our success so far shows we are doing it Were net satisfied with what we have done we want to do more businessWe to make it a pleasure to trade with us In all departments will be found goods to suit your wants at prices in keeping with the quality to buy Carriage or Buggy of kind season stock supply BICKNELL EARLY IIf Its From Joplins Its Good Afull of FUHN1TUUI3 always on hand invite our jo make themselves at homo nt JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 JO JOPLIN Richmond Ky IThe East End Drug Store Is Headquarters for all Guaranteed Remedies Summer Corn plaint Diarrhea Dysentery Colic Flux No Cure no Pay L M PETTUS Pharmacist C C RHODUS Proprietor HORSESHOEING Until January 1 1904 165c for new shoes all around Everything firstclass J n DALTON Goldens old stand East End Barber Shop Xotth ol rrliitlnc oillcc Shave lOc Hair Cut 15c Shampoo IGc Razors sharpened IGc to 25c R B DOE Proprietor LheKeep GASOLINE STOVE S3 f 0 Stoves J burner 1100 600 Stoves 8 burner 160 at R H CHRISMAN nclcha ill If you are going n any this como anti BCO our anti we can you Weber wagons are stillon the move for they run right lino Wo BoreR friends ami S for i DR HOWARD SWITZER Physician and Surgeon Otlico and residence in Coddiugton house rear of Bank j DIAMOND VALUES 1 mnn We tim n 1InaIcOIal t RICHMONDfWHEN IN Call at Covington Arnold Bro For Queeuswaro Glassware Crockery Lamps etc etc l MAIS STREET RICH loND Kt I F IVB c r six years ago when the rnlninnklii7 ex periii sits were being coiuluctecl first at Wash ington afterward in Tex as my college chum ant became greatly inter ested in the subject We were then sopho mores at Elementary chemistry was our regu lar course of study that year and we spent most of f the spring term experimenting on our own account andIexploding n vast i number of gas balloon The spring tern closed on June 50 and all the boys went home except my clams Innits and myself who consequence of spending so much t time experimenting had been con ditioned and had a weeks hard work 1n make up in our GreekIRatter than have it hanging over us nil summer and Into the next year we agreed to do it at once and have done with it Iermhtlon was accorded 1o us to go on living in our rooms nt the hall and the resident profes cor in Greek consented to give us an extra examination It was dreadfully hot during the lust four days ot June hilt we toiled away with Greek grammar and lexicon hoping to get home for the fourth of duly and we should have done so but our Greek professor ate too much cantaloup on the day set for the examination anil thought for 48 bourn ho had appendicitis It proved to be no such serious trouble but it hindered our plans The professor was not able to exam Inc us till the afternoon of the third so we could not possibly get home for the Fourth Jarvis was furious Confound cantaloup he gram bled And confound professor that I doesnt know better than to eat it couldnty carltanl town 1Ipl Lets lend up a balloon at midnight Well make it ruin here tomorrow Rather an Incendiary sentiment the reader will say but we had been shut up with Greek for six long hot days We had access to the laboratory in Chemistry hall where we had our balloons and generated the oxygen and hydrogen gas for exploding them There was a quantity of cotton cloth paper and glue which had not been used and that evening we made n balloon ten feet in diameter which wt HiHceedcd iu charging outside the 1 window with oxygen rued hydrogen front the laboratory retortx in the hlngtillunite to produce water and a par ticular earsplitting explosion We finished the balloon and had 1thegas generated at a little past oclock and then after charging 1nlarge Ieyden jar front the static electrical machine we started out to AKtoniMi the quiet little town and usher in the Fourth of July We hod a large ball of strong ma Ella twine and a spool of small cop per wire the ends of which were attacked for a spark at tile base of the balloonWe our balloon like a frisky colt along the lane at time rear of the eliemletry building and out across the campus to the edge of the pine- Woods Then we let it rise The night was dark and still andIThereii a shower coming Jarvis exclaimed as the balloon began its scent We shall have to make bastetas yet there was not a breath of wind stirring the balloon had risen and Lung directly overhead and was pulling hard at its restraining tIstringWe knew from past experience that when the electric spark acted on the t two gases the explosion would be i something tremendous but we thought that at a height of 800 or 000 feet out there by time woods no damage would follow And perhaps none would have fol lowed If all lead gone an we planned hilt JanIs had u great deal of troll pie connecting tbe wire lie was s bothering with them for sonic min utes Then suddenly the first gust of the oncoming shower struck us What followed came quickly The balloon swayed over before the wind Down it bowed until the cord strung out far aslant Good gracious I cried holding hard Shell get away from meJarre Touch her off quick or she will break away In the dlrlme s we could not see just where the balloon was or what it was over lilt the next moment we saw Tar vis had managed at last to connect the wires and touch off the balloon There came a sudden blaze and a tree mendous detonation as if the whole town had cracked clean down through the center of the earth The shock howled us both over and we heard a crush of timbers follow ing the report The thing had ex ploded about 30 feet over the barn and shed of u worthy inhabitant of II who lived near the ball grounds and kept a lazy horse which he hired to the boys at such high prices that they had nicknamed him Old Grlpus Weve done it now gasped Jarvis as he scrambled hastily to his feet Thats Old Gripes barn lint that was not the worst Shreds of the burning paper and cloth from the balloon must have fallen among hay and straw for even as we stood staring in that direction a bright flame shot up from the building The only thing left now was to run to the house and shout Fire That we did with u vengeance am soon roused the fire department the new steam engine and two old hand tubs responded Through their united efforts aided considerably by the shower which soon begot to pour copiously tbe old mans house was saved from the fire but the barn uml shed and an old buggy were consumed Jarvis and I were greatly worried and indeed were on the verge of honorable confession of our act but now I am sorry to say to our relief we found that it was the unanimous opinion of everyone including the fire department and the owner him self that the barn hud been struck liy lightning For everybody in town hud heard what they believed to be an awful clap of thunder Jarvis nudged me in the crowd am we went home to talk it over We hind very little spare cash and disliked cx ceedingly to go home own up to such n prank and try to get 12O each from nu unsympathetic father Churn Miiil Jarvis with a down cast look this In pretty low game I know hilt hadnt we better let well enough alone for awhile nt least T- It was a terrible temptation and I have to confess that after a great deal of mental agitation we surren dered to it There was 300 insurance on the barn but the loss was estimated at 300 We never mentioned tune matter to each other during our two remaining years in college for we were far From rich yet knew by the way Jarvis would look at me once in awhile that he was thinking of it and trying to discern how I felt Hut we said nothing Directly after our graduation Jarvis went out to Hawaii and I did not see him for three years but we wrote every month or two I knew that we should have to set- tie for the damage before we could feel right still I did not like to open the subject to Jarvis for I did not know exactly how he was situated It transpired that he felt the same way about It as I did but the sense of dishonor wore him out fluteCI toy Jack he added as a post script to ids letter last New Years day Gripes old barn Is pretty heavy on my conscience Hadnt we bet ter fix that up In equity it will be a matter of 300 Interest and all which we owe to the Phoenix company and 260 to Gripus 323 each Hadnt we better do It We squared up the longstanding conscience account last month and thus after six years ended our effort to make it rain in II on the night before the Fourth of July Youths Companion rill repolLL of tic Initcil States y he raid to date hunt tie niiop tion of lid JVclariition of ImUifml cnic tntil ties tune the 13 Mrup Fling Cfloiiie rent and torn by internal jraloutii without a clearly rfsvfiinml trader and having urn ury pr mint Kirirrly knew what they dirt 1or time mother country A very ntiMinntr king and a tUculnlly short sigatetl prime minister druUil the very iraMrahlc demand made by the patriot Two or three battles hall been aright between the royalists ami evolu tionary troop but a very nruland in lltirntiil party within the rolonic still Ite licvcil that all difTrmirc night IK bar inoiiioiily adjusted niul that the former flatus could he restored In the number of iepre entative in the congress at IhiMdel piiia were several member who had hoped for a change of heart in George III fie declaration when adopted hanged everything A toon a it brniinettvunaiii mom exptesioo of the repre eiitilivr n the people who had full power to art for their ronttitiient not a doubt at left in the mi nil of any It was undWtvoil thenceforth tl at the war was to br one of MilijiiKntion or that it should nil in tie independence of the colonie The inVriiicr t events were rcomiaiv to this great and heroic action on the tort of the ronprr Theartielceaf coyfeiVra lion the adoption of the federal roiili tntion and the election of an executive brad were necexary and Inciol re nlt of the caMing ofT of alii pinner to Great Britain The leader in time movement dam Franklin Jeffer on Haneock nail tie nth en understood fully the gravity of till art They knew that from the Mamlttoint of the crown every ivprefntative wlui signed that 1ocumcnt waa IlIillor trraion and might be hanged for IhoffnI Thrr knew that in the day of the adoption f the Declaration of Independence a nation iva liorn or that liuniiliiituin andregra lotion would be the lot of the participant in itThee brave men did nil set hastily They had eounted the cost They had no precedent fnraelion and no enrVitirage ment of sueees from the pages of history Similar struggles for release from tyjiranny uiiilly had resulted in the forging of hear ier chains They larked harmony in do metic affairs they needed money lothi- ng for their troop and money to pay them their due In effect they had no capitalcx cept a sense of the rglileou nef of their rau e and an abiding faith in the loyalty of the colonist to the rau e in which they hid engaged The words liberty independence amp free nnnt have sounded rtiange in the ear of the ptoplr nf Knrope in teat day In treat Britain time press wu muz zled effectually The common peopl of the Jerman states were sabredmate than slaves ltuia was a de potiMii lta1Waf composed of a numlirr of petty lovemgn tie each vieing with the other in cru li ing out the liberties of its tubjeeti and Portugal had not braid the word 1IlnI fore save in dcrWon Poland was engaged in a dying struggle against OIl pre sors from without France war in tlr mire of ignorance and tyranny Nowhere in allof the world could till framer and signer of the IVcUratlon of Independence Me the light of that liberty peopleTheyin a county that wss trange to them Yet nowhere in thi immortal document is there a suggestion of doubt or fear The justice of tht1 cave iIt forth in word that burn and time determination of it is left confi dently to the iues of battle The declaration a grist light rising out of infinite darknex It sac the first prom lie of a rule of the txtiplc br the people where no tyranny might he found and where the highest distinction awaited the worthiest without lefrrenn to the art dent of birth or the power of wealth It was a new gospel of gcvernmeiit the like of which had not lit ore entered the hearts of men it gospel of peace aunt gjii tt of nonagKrf ion unit of highest ioiuli development for the indvuiiul mos The Fourth of Inly then i tU birthday of the great republic All Lonur to the rather who had the ttihlime enuraa to frame and to sign the declaration Fit ia the hour of the signing of it lihcity hal s new name and a fresh sweet lief Theeif eution of the document signed and sealed for all time the divine right of liberty ur the perron amidof a people to govern then selves by law of their own c11neimigg th- f the anniversary of it alwnynbe hailed with jnvniK arrlaim and by every olllalllmllli fetation ofemit litatn WILLIAM ItOSSKIl COtUlK Till l ilOIIKM s PIKTII 4 is with doe theyd never tlgntd titdeclaratHin at all IlaruldUuple 1nlrlol n Willie Shoot lighting firecracker Str Harold amt you glad when the Fourth comet around Harold Top lighting pinwherl Aiivt II Gee If I had my way wed have a dualof July every mouth bTIIIsITIC 1BLIIIIIATIlyl 31ie Oldgirl Wes I lefuftd linn last Fourth of July he got drunk and ittje J drink for 111111n week tin Flyppe Wrll he earned the nle bra ion to a greater extreme thai I th ght he would Had a Clorlou Tlnir fellsunny tlidou have a good tun on the Fourth lies I ever had Our lurn raugit aro three mines and a fireman broke ur log to ae a ONCE more I teem to hear the beaCmRTRIJlES Iher tut good debate those who farad the foe a the mighty scales of fate Heroes to Freedom born and bred Trembled the fortunes of the Stale Ia ragged regimentals To bear i last a Hatltn The drums of Concord beat core more Tbey sign tht old tell to and fro The cunt of Trenton Sash sad roar Flings out tht sews to au below And Marlon cabers II of yore Lad soon tH waiting woii shall know Wbere itacd the Continental Of Fredom Declaration 1WATCR the madly charging hue ANDtbaewhne drift tit dwttmok lu shouts arise and bayoieti skis the itrlpt tad star About ColumtUi earliest ihrlns Above lbs luthlen fields of war A tyrants mandatei icornlnc Flutters ia all IU glary Hurrah hurrah the field it woo Beboldl where yonder scarlet lint Lad proudly In sating sits la Items lUadi sad makes alga Uaturlt the Sag of Wtihlntton The sunbeams of October thine And greets tile glorious jncrtlif And TorkUwa tells Its story i HEAR the bee that far awlfUtfO eat the flit oar father en1P- loctalta the Ifatlont out the Sag they died to asset Prom mount to mount from spray to spray Flint out the Sag that loved the butt From biook to ruhine Liver Who wore Rlfht relmeiUl t The deeds of sires wt proudly culm Remember duatops plain They rest wlttlotkt Rail of Fame Remember Quebec leadtn rain Their txttlct Jjtei cacti notta rams Tbey faufht sad fell but not IB nilOur heritage foreverl Tile tlorlou Continental UHFDRL tht flat tier gave a when IT liNt today from tea to MA atone deer III the glen The hisser of the burs sad fro Pair Freedon heard the tramp of men Its stags and stripes mesa liberty In mottled ttctmtnuit Aid tell to all their dory men who la their anger spoke Row years ago our patriot sires at the forge of battle broke Amid the battles furnace fires A tyrtntt chain a lyrtntt yoke saw ia that Oil their bearti desires The grand old ContiociUltl And crowned TIts folds with titty L AUJOOI A Sweet Toothy rcepotmible for ninny adios and pains But whatever the cruse of de city it should bo arrested nnd the Teeth put iu rood condition Wo clean fill or extract teeth with out pain to tho patient Our flue sots of tooth at fi made on zylouite or rubber are absolutely per feet Wo guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 cents Tho best amalgam filling 7G conta Special nc commodatioua for patients from a difitauce who write for uppoiutmentfl Dr V H Hobson Offlrr nn In lint ArL maimRichmond Ky tl frltonIra1rMrrOp DEJEJP OOOL II Lionel Dry Battery Fan AIry mutr for lv e Only luInll + r hour wciinry IhlldcsrlllB- um Ian Iw au soon s JOItirh Knnni erlnawplctnt itln0- 7n tiollI In rancW mmpita- a 4 eao A IUII fUMilf nl 373 XorD1nt C TAtrllt- taltalae t evael4- 4iN JvrrSr I1 IseicS 4 nuvntsitts Catarrh or lht Slnnmrli When the stomach ia overloaded when food m taken into it that fails to digeat it decay and inflainM the mucous membrane exposing the nerves and cauvoa tho glands to ao cret mucin instead of the natural juices of digestion Thia icalled Catarrh of the Stomach For yearn I suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach caused by indigestion Doctors and medicinee failed to benefit mo until I used Kodol dyspepaia cureJ R Rhea Coppell Texas Sold by East End Drug Co- REPAIR THAT LOOM Derea College has secured market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress Hnsey jeans blankets etc at follow lug prices Coverlids f 4 to fC Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dross Liusey CO centa a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark drN3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2e yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned home made dyes Any woman who wants to Mil cover lids or homespun to BerN College abould Mad out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Beraa Ky The flora Worm Mrdlcla H P Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writes One of my customer had a child which WM sickand threw up all food could retain nothing on its stomach He bought one bottle of Whites Cream VermiI fuge aud it brought up 119 wormi from the child Its tho boss worrr medicine in the world White Cream Vermifuge is also the cbiIdrens tonic It improves their diges tion and assimilation of food strength ens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elastic ity of spirits natural to childlcal 25c at East End Drug Cos MONUMENTS t Urns Nitdttenct Statuaryel GrcnIU and Mirbl Work of All kinds dorm in n workmnulikii manner nt nIl aonabla price IImlwith dispatch All work guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky isomer nt Mile and Colllus Streets Jail About Itrilllni Tube n Little Early llirwrlt will ethic rotiHtipation biliousness Iud liver troubles DoWittrt Little Early Risers ant different from other pHlH Thof do nut gripu nud break clownIthe inucutiH uuMiihraiioH of tin nch liver and bowels but euro by gently arousing tint Hcctetiou unit giving strength to theso organs Sold by East Hud Drug Co DR M E JONES t c Dentist tdlh Office Over irinliiiK office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET h 0 HOTEL Nflwly Kittedup Mealii Ikasrdsoli pricwiStrand Hunt Richmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop Iipolstt eahxe Blackheads pimples greasy faces muddy complexion which are so common among women cujnoinlly Rirlnt a certain ago dcfltrofing beauty disfiguring and making repel live features which would otherwise appear attractive and refined iodnMte that the liver out of order Au oc cahioiml do o of Horbiuo will cleanse the bowel regulate the liver and so establish clear healthy completion We at East End Drug Cos c Without Harness The best horse III the world in of lit list well Made perfect hitting harness on bit become both useful Bud ornamental If style is deoirinl our 910 BUGGY HARNESS will Fill the bill to a riot It ia light handaomo Hud very tliirabln If strength ia tho umiu eoneidera lion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet all rcquireuieuta Couldok be stronger if it was all Iron T J Moberly Rkbreood Ky h hACurcr HcUllta Rev W L Riley L L D Cubar New York write Alter fifteen days of excruciating pain fro sciatic rheumatism under various natruonla was induced to try Dallarda Snow Liniment the first application giving my first reliel and the second entire relief I can give it ucqunlifiod roc ommendatiou 2itc f 0 nUll flOO at East End Drug Cos OGG tooGROCERIES and DRY GOODS Fruit and Vegetables a Specialty Sole ital for Banner Creams Bread OPPOSITE lURDCUES MILL 7 rraIhnPq assns Y i THE CITIZEN H+sst saais +saasaaaaasa The Home I JBMIUB LB3TBI SILL Editor lHHIHHIHHlHHH COTTAGE CHEESE To maku good cottage choose thy e milk should not be allowed to become too sour but should bo used whop it Ont bucomoa thick Heat tho milk iu the pau or crock in which it soured so u not to break the curd by sourin from ono vowel to another To BUt the vowel continuing tho milk in n pan of hot water or iu a rather cool oven is a better way of heating than to set it directly upon the top of the store By placing upon the top of tho stove the bottom of the milk become too hotbeforo tho top Sa healed at all Tho milk should be heated to H degrees if you havo a thermometer teat it or to a very little moro that blood heat if you must judgo by the feelWhen it lien boon heatod enough pour into a traiuor made of thin cloth Iud drain oil all tho whey Turn into a dish and Reason with Halt and a little pepper if liked Stir iu anough sweet cream to mouton and serve cold The cheese should he soft tiud creamy It will be hard and tough IIlhe milk is heated too long or too hotA pretty change may Ira made by adding lena cream to the cheona moistening it only enough to shape it into egg ahape balls and then piliojf these in a neat of fresh lettuce leaves Hone Mine Cuccuc Cheese Isucha nourishing articl- of foodamt no easily made at home now that rennet Is put up iu tboI convenient form of powder or that every one who can spare lhr gallons or moro of milk ought to learn to make it It is lies trouble to make than butter and is a moat excellent summer substitute for meat being very rich iu muscle making food value A cool spring house is an excellent place for ripen lug the choose after making but a cellar may bo used 1otatowi should not be stores where cheone ia ripening or the choose loses flavor Somo of the finest and highest priced cheese is always ripened In a limestone care In one of our cooking chvws this last spring we made preAood choose twice and both wereof en Irior quell ity Next week wo shall give the directions by which they were made The small rennet tablets wore used and they were obtained at Albert r Kochs store liornatadt Ky They cams iu packages at fifteen cents each and each package contains enough tablets to snake up a thousand pounds of milk into choo- seMaaa4aaasa +III The School 1 JOHN WIRT DINSMORB Editor 1 HM ilIHHHH THE STORY AND THE STORYTELLER By LDCINE FINCH Chicago ICoutluufJ from tail wok The child of six Urea in a world of fancy He in preeminently a poet iu bis fanciful creativity The fairytale goes right to bia heart and in this real old world where most thugs are on the purely utilitarian basis and where we have to keep our loot on the earth we need the shimmering wings of the fairytale to lift us far abovo and out of ourselves Never fear Life will be practical enough The fairy story is often the embodi ment of some great truth whose mys tic aymboliam may reach the inner ear of the child if not when he is little when he ia big The rigorous way in which it reward the good and punishes the evil must induce a balance of judgments in the childs mind Again the story is the childs first glimpse into the splendid world of literatim It is his first literary in w fluence and often develops his liking for either the good or the crude in literature When we tell him a good story we are helping to form hia taste for the best in literature in his later lifeThe realistic and historical stories come at a later stage iu the childs growth The myths so full of spirit ual significance have even more subtle qualities than the fairytale and ao take the more developed mind to grasp their intrinsic value And the tolling of the story ia al most as important aa the atofy itself First of nil the storyteller must have a great fund of sympathy with hor audience and with her story She must be dramatis In telling her story It must moan a groat vital thing to hor thnt will make her chocks flush and her oyea shine with the varyiug humors of the atory She must be natural and simple and yel unlimited and full of keen interest and last but oh so far from least she must aulect the essentials that are worth tolling avoiding detail that has plotgIf she has nil within hor nhe will bo charming indeed BUll wo would nil gather about hor and ait quietly intent during any story she would choose to toll DISTRICT SCHOOL LIBRARIES Ciuitliiueil rum It wart oList No2 I 2HIa IISov011 Little Sinters GO 4 Stopping Stones to Literature No2 Price abut GOften Sesame No1 0 KolmiHon Crusoe 2T iBlack Beauty 2fi Btliciu Toms Cabin 2f- U Beautiful Jon 25 10Auy one ofCarpenters Oeo graphical Readers U Easy Steps for Littlo Foot Vf 12 Savon American Claanica fiO III Baldwins Fairy Stories and Fables Uli 10 13 Published by Anu can Book Co Cincinnati HIIUlo Nature Studies for lit tlo People by Mary E Burt Pub G inn k Co Price 2G To this add a 4o song book or two published aa No8 in list t 08- tw01 longeany one Till CITIZEN but I add a few that I can thoroughly recommend Swiss Robinson Liltlo 1Vheele1Storuvt Louisa Alcott King of the Golden Hivor Kuskin Eggleatoua Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans Ten Boys Who Lived ou tho UDAll from Long Ago to Now The Cve Headers Tho Sticknoy Headers Chilhowco Boya Carrots Mrs Moloaworth A Wonder Book llawthoruo Five Little Peppora Wild Life Under the Equator Paul du Chaillu Iu Freedoms Cause Ilonty Kingaleya Greek Heroes Todilio Her Book Her Daughter Anna Chapin Ray Hans Brinker and tho Silver Skates Laddio Boys of 01 Collin Story of Patsy The Birds Xmas Carol Kato Douglas Wiggiu Hosier Schoolmaster Eg gletiton Derrick Sterling Kirk Mon roe Boots and Paddles Mrs Cue tor The Stories Mother Nature told hor Children Jane Andrews Tale of Two Ci t s Dickius Ivanhoe Val tor Scott Girls Who Became lam ous Sarah K Bolton Little Arthurs England Andersons Fairy Tales Stories from Homor A J Church Playground Tom Anna Chapin Ray Tales from Shaksporo Lamb Uut one must stop somewhere and when any one library has half of these books shall bo glad to suggest more ELIZA U YOCOM II+1alaIl+1faHaaHasMan- i The Farm tSIUS CHBBVBK MASON Editor tllltI11III +IIIIIHow to Improve Mountain Farm Ing The first of tho series is by Mr Early and Is entitled RELATION OF THE FOREST YO THE FARM Ctftitlnueil from last week The most noticeable harm which a heavy water supply does ia that of washing tho soil Whore tho woods have been cleared from the hilltops and large up land fields exiat and the rainfall is heavy there Is nothing to break the rainfall nor to retard Its erosive influences it carries away large quantities of rich soil leaving poor landwhich such a state Is washed and gullies ao much that it can not be farmed with profit and consequently is allowed to revert to its wild state The forests on those kills are the only thing by which the farmer can control his water supply The forest growth breaks the fallof the water and the roots in their penetration of the soil allows freer percolation of the soil This Is tho water supply which seeping slowly down through the ground foods tho springs and saves the corn when the hot dry days of summer como The trees not only on the hill tops but along the division fences and water courses not only serve moisture by their shade and root penetration but are otherwise a source of wealth to the farm They temper the winds of summer and winter they afford shelter for live stock and they a the source of the fuel supply of e farm It is seldom that those forest cove- redhillearofitfortbecullivationofaa other crop so in order Ito bo thor oughly economical the farmer must keep them devoted to forest growth The forest grows to be cut and to be utilized It is a crop to be harvested It ia a crop which if properly managed does not used to be replanted it re produces itself But in order to d this all young growth must be zealously protected fires should be earnestly guarded against and the grazing of livestock when such Is necessary ohould be done by fencing oft a portion of the wood laud and allowing the young trees to become too largo for browsing The woodlot is not only the guard savingiUinterest may be drawn The wool Ilol does not require much attention It Is a means with which to improve the olds and ends of time during the winter whon all other ia at standstill From a large wood lot ia furnished to the farm all th material for repaiea and fencing bo sides the fuel supply of the farm save ing to the farmer each year a large sum which very few farmers ever really take Into consideration Ill for those farmers who have a good growtb ohaluable young timber to protect it it is not only a protection to their farms but it is a rich legacy which they as the present manager of the forest can leave to their children The Panama Canal Treaty la Eipsctad to bl ratified by the Colom bias Within Tea Oars Special to The Citizen Washington D C June 30 1903 According to cable advices received by Dr Harrao the Colombian Minis ter the prospect for ratification of the Panama canal treaty aredecidedly more favorable than a short time ago The Colombian Congress has assembled and organized Several of the members who have heretofore been opposed to the treaty have signified their intention to vote for ratification The opinion expressed in tho cablegrams that tho treaty will be ratified within a week or ton days Secretary Shaw of the United Slates treasury has intended for some time to go to Europe but suddenly changed his mind and this is believed to be due to the improved prospect for ratification Aa soon aa the treaty U ratified and copies exchanged it will bo necessary to pay over 50000000 flO000000 to Colombia and 10000 000 to the Panama Canal Company It Is assorted at the Treasury Department that this entire sum can be paid without drawing on the reserve now deposited in the banks The gold reserve is now over 160000000 ands 100000000 is regarded as ample for safety there will be no objection to paying the surplus for the canals ChMUrBtld and the TJU DfiMm It will bo remembered that iu the days of thaicreat Lord Chesterfield vans in London had reached such a pitch that it oat a man of position 5 or 10 guinea merely to dine out Aa ho left tho house ho had to run the gantlet of the butlor and uuderbutlera and half a dozen footmen One handed him his ewe QUo his bat another his gloves a fourth his coat and ao ou and ao on each expect inga crown in acknowledgment of his services Lord Chesterfield saw that ao del intercourse waa being ruined call ed a mooting of tho chief people in the world of fashion aud got them to agree to give nothing to the servants when they dined out It ia true be waa nearly lynched by a mob of irato footmen but he carried his point It ia said that at the present moment thoro ia a tendency to revive the odious custom thus put down by Lord Cheater field and that the masher haa begun to tip the men who put him iuto his greatcoat after dinner If that ia ao a clear case exists for a common agreement not to allow the infection to spread Dining out would become m more intolerable burden than it ia already if it alto were complicated by the question What ia the least I can give without looking ntaaulNatlotiM fieviow What la Meant They laY they are selling out at costsYeeat the cost to the purchas erJ All things which are offered for v aeration are venerated ia this place of faith where both native and European Cbrlatiana become seized with what I am constrained to term a lithophileuiat io mania since they are seep to be constantly engaged in klaaiug enshrined atones of the moat doubtful authenticity Fortnightly Review RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Urn Gleaned from the Teaching of All Denomination One of the most potent agencies em ployed by Owl for the spread of the gospel line been the testimony of Chris AdamsaMethodist rePower of the Christian Every Christian by virtue of the In dwelling Christ professes to have a power that makes him superior to the GoodyGod Inleaie Love Why should we fear when we have Gods Intense love It Is when we de part from the true teachings and holy word of Jesus Christ wo ask Is life EPIIIcOllatIunThe Safest Thing lOne carrot live tor character and fall Purity ft the safest thing In the world As we keep our faces toward the Ideals of life that we dud In Jesus Christ we shall have victory over our- sselvesIlev Dr Swift Methodist Chi gO Church DUclpllnc The parent hi responsible If be docs not put forth proper effort to restrain hits child The church Is censurable if It allows its members to violate the Babbuth or be profane or Intemperate PresbyterianeThe Ultimate met The character of Christ Is the ultl mate fuct of Christianity It is the cen tral citadel of our faith Who Jesus queationekmankind Bev II M Sanders lisp YorkeThe Cruwalx Work of Cod God wants men the state wants men everybody likes men Man Is the crowning work of God It has taken ell these years to bring man up to thin state of efficiency providing him with a temporary home here Think how ho loved ustKev K A Gray Universal lilt Nashua N II Working Through IIU Follower Christ Is working through Ills fol lowers He has promised victory to the faithful and warned us against the burial of talents God uses those who ore counted worthy He never otters a higher seat to those who ore not worthy of a lower oneIlev Dr VII liam J Holtzclaw Baptist Atlanta Ga llevelatlon Conlrm Nature Christianity Is the natural religion of man and Is therefore In harmony with all the laws of his being and state Nature confirms the revelation Chris tianity Is only natures theology All things are Christian by the right of eminent domain filial reverence and e5POll eIllshop Hamilton Metho dist San Francisco Advantage of Christianity Why Is It that Christianity can give us scone advantage over all that nee ture has been able to do before Sim ply because It Imparts a new nature It Is an organism having a lire of Its own And It develops a new type of character What la It after all that governs your actions Your sympa thies Bev A C Garrett Episcopal Bishop of Dallas Tex Danger of Unbelief lion Is It possible to succeed In Christian work if we give way to unite lien Our best efforts arc limited mud our faith Is limited in Its operations because of the conflicting doubts which arise amid disturb Irritate and weaken and cause to fall The Divine Muster was hindered In hi work bccauxc the people did not believe Do we not sometimes perform our religious duties se though we doubted their usefulness The perfunctory performance of nay duty bei i eaka weakness and suggests failure Bev Dr Adams Methodist Brooklyn The Ireent Need It a cheap sainthood which nes lectB the present need for the hope of future acquisition What if there be aggrandizement of Mammon and rose tion against any commercial success as though thrift and industry were a high crime Shall these unhealthy symptoms lead us to a useless and are Hilda religion and encourage a worse and bitter brand of atheistic socialism Never should this be allowed for what ever our civilizations fabric It comes sovereignCadmau CougregaUonallst Brooklyn Growth of ChrUtlaaltr I do not believe there ever was a time taking the country through when moro persons were churchgoers and church members than today And yet there are people who dally Insist the churches are going to the dogs thud religion Is ou the decline and that the world la plunging hopelessly to its destruction The man who believes that Is Ignorant of the religious his tory of our country Instead of that being true let me say that there never were such good times as these and we ought all to thank God that wo live In themBev Frank M Goodchild Baptist New York Nut Mjrllel ra but MterrFrom the search for the Inner secrets of nature and the movements of natural law no more remarkable manifes tation of the intellectual activity of man has occurred that the quest for himself because the unfolding of na ture line revealed to mat that he him self Is but a portion of a plan Infinitely vaster und greater than himself It U this self seeking Inspiration which It the peculiar Intellectual effect of Chris tian touching In the world It Is not mysticism though It Is n mystery Its power la In and through an ever up ward moving spiritual development which when it utterly loses Itself com pletely finds Itself In the fullness of the knowledge and the life of God Its example and Its dynamic Inspire tim is Jesus Christ Bev Dr A A Berle CoogregaUouallat Chicago t MEANS OF SUCCESS CHEERING WORDS BY LADY SOMER SET TO TEMPERANCE WORKERS Noted KntllUhvruman Point Oat Mean of Success For the Craiado of the Twentieth Century Drink Evils Graphically Portrayed Lady Henry Somerset has this to say In the New York American regarding the twentieth century temperance cru sade There has never been a time In which any battle for reform was fought when those who waged the war were not accused of hurting their own cause when they were not told that Instead of wait lag for the community to come to their views and endeavoring to remove preju dice and Ignorance by patient explana lion and fair argument by taking what they could get and leaving what they could nut get they were trying to replace common sense by zeal and that enthusiasm was getting the better of sagacity Such charges have been uniformly laid against the reformers of all ages but I believe that In the end history Shows that all popular movements must be led by those who fear nothing and who have nothing to gain Centuries ago it was Confucius who placer courage above wisdom and ex ecutive capacity and who said that a leader must he a man who Is not only capable of forming plans but fearless InexecutingFor we have been told that the temperance reformer Is reforms worst enemy But I believe that the work that has to be accomplished and that Is being acirompllshed is the true step ping stone to success and that work la to rouse the slumbering conscience of the nation In order to accomplish this we must demonstrate untiringly how great in the evil unfalteringly reiterate how vast the renpoiiHlblllty the country bears that upholds great a curse aa tho organized liquor truffle std unflinchingly demonstrate that the Principles upon which It Is based are posed to the principles of Christianity that we profess Hitherto we have hud splendid labor ers who worked Incessantly to create but only now have we those who coil In any way construct foundations upon which the real reformation can be built We now stand at the beginning of a new century nearly a hundred and lit ty years after the commencement of the battle for temperance In England and must ask ourselves Why Is It that today so little progress Is made Why are there so few signs of real re form The reason Is I think that while the nation has slept the enemy has sown tares and these have taken deep root In our financial suit political life We have today the humiliating spec tacle of tho facts that brewers practi cally hold the balance of power and the organized Influence of the liquor traffic throughout the country Is the greatest menace to our political liberty and we have no hope whatever of nny real re form except aa pressure shall be brought to bear trout the country at large It Is sometimes difficult to have pa tience with the willful Ignorance III which people are contented to liveto know what the drink traffic meats to children and yet to be obliged to listen to the miserable platitudes by which we are continually reminded that to Interfere with the liberty of the Indi vidual Is to do greater harm than to protect tho children whom we as a na tion are pledged to care for or that It la better to let little children be early polluted by the contamination of the saloon than to send older children there to whom It might be a great peril The futility and the absurdity of such arguments require no emphasis to those who realize what the evil really Is with which we have to contend Vic idly there come to my mind pictures that time can never efface Instances of what the drink traffic la doing for the children of our country- I remember especially In this connec tion a man and a woman who were both addicted to brutal drunkenness who lived In a miserable den where one sickly child dragged out Its feeble ex istence until the pitiful angel of death took tho little spirit unto Its arms and bore It away The besotted pair sat beside the dead body of their child and pleaded with a visitor for money to bury It There was not a penny In the house They obtained the necessary sum and or dered the coffin and the undertaker came and the little lady was laid In the casket and the parents went out to drink again- Bcturnlng once more In a drunken frenzy they looked about to see what they could lay hands on In order to obtain more drink but there was nothing In that squalid room but the dead child III the coffin and ao with feverish hands they lifted out the atlll cold form and breaking up the coffin for firewood they took It out and sold it for a few pennies In order to obtain more drink and the child lay dead upon the bare floor until the officer of health came to Interfere What mad delirium could ever pos Bees a man and woman thus save that engendered by the flend of strong drink But such outrages committed on the dead produce no suffering It Is the violent savagery the callous and heartless neglect Inflicted on the living child that la the outrage on our chill ration the curse that shall blight our prosperity It we do not get together and drive back liquor the worst enemy that ever opposed humanity and drill sation All success IllY to the twentieth century temperance crusade q Queen j Quality j The Famous Shoes for Women Never fail to give satisfaction Once a wearer always a wearer Try a pair and be convinced We are sole agents for Madison county We can also please you in Mens Shoes Hats Shirts tJuderwear Neck wear etc 4 RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky Fall into line and order your new spring suit from the great Oak Easel of STRAUSS BROTHERS Good Tailor for 26 Years CHICAGOIqualItyure of all clothes made to order by this well known tailoring house No detail Is too small to be given careful attention your perfect comfort is their sole aim Call at our store and look over the spree did assortment of 500 latest and nobbiest patterns Wewill quote you prices that will inter est you Your satisfaction as Ialways absolutely guaranteed J J IAgent Berea Kentucky Mrs Laura S Webb VlrePmldeat Woman Demo crudeClube of Northern Ohto I folded the change of life which wu fut approaching I noticed Wine op to try a hot tie experienced tome relief the first month 10 I kept on taking It for three months and now menstruate with ao pain and I shall take it off andtOs sow until I have passed the Female weakness disordered menses falling of tho womb and ovarian do not wear off They follow woman to thechango- of life Do not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any Wine of C relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When you come to the change of life Mrs Webbs letter mean more to you than it does now But you may now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists acUtl bttles of Wino of Car- duINEQFCARDUI ft The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos 6pc I tt HE 4UT7VACATE I edwiuo tell s to leavo Item Uurinjr tSpuciVl Toriu asiatlol of Ojckrell and Cox Burning of EWens Note and Other Arson Cases and AttemptvBrilj cry wilt Bo Investigated Jackson Ky June lO t lerablu- surprise was created Mmnlaybyn announcement from Circuit Judge Ref vine that ho will not vacate thrbencli dining the special term oqrt for next weak The apeeIa1 tprrn was called In order that aI ical grand Jury might InvoHtlpnte the aSsassltm tlon of JIni Cockrcll andjlg Cox mem bers of tlio Cock roll faction who wera nsafslnated prior to the killing of Mnrcnni Dry Cox was killed In April 130 and Com In July of the same yenij The assassin 911 Jojckrell fired the shot from a room In the court holme while Dr Cox was killed as ho passed a stable owned by Judge liar Sls The burning of H J Evens hotel and other cases of arson and the at tempt to bribe Kwen to perjure him self diirlns the trial of Jett and Whito will alas be probed at the special term Judge Kedwlne In making his an nouncement declared that the clamor from the outside for a special JudgE Will untimely and based on a miscon ception ail to the exigencies of the sit uation He sild that he believed it to bo his duly and to the best Interests of Justice that he remain on the bench and not throw the responsibility on the whoulders of some one else It has rn generally understood that Judge dwine was requested by Gov neck am to allow a trial Judge to sit dur ng the coming special term A slmi f request made by the governor or to the Jolt and White trial did t reach Judge Kedwlne until after tr hivestjatlon was begun prominent merchant who arrived h town Monday decided to announce Vs return home after the fashion fared by many Jackson residents when art In exuberant spirit HH pull his pistol as he stepped off the rha and wax about to puncturu the 1is res with a fountan of bsietj e quickness of the JaeUsoultui on- t sfi trlgser was of no avail A sentry rf the provost guard was quicker an1 fr bbcd the gun before the merchant could shoot The offender was taken before Police Judge Cardwell who Inipoird a fine of fand costs for carr fng concealed and deadly weap ons i THE JURY SECURED t Eight Witnesses Examined In the Knapp Murder TrIal Hamilton O Jun 3oFlghf witness Sore examined Woiiilny after A7Knappnt dw e jnitjilpjv The jury was competed at 1I j30 b anti the statemcnts of counsel occupied ther v slon until noon It iscvldcnt that die defense will try to upset tile confes sloes made to Mayor Roachthe sheriff and police ai Lawyer Darby asserted In his opening speech thqt Knapp alh roltitily denied all knowledge of his wifes death anti topjd ta do so regardless of any losslbletttsthnbny- by the state The witnesses examined were Charles Goddard Kit ward A King Mrs Charles Datllle Mrs Mo 1 rot William Sterrltt Mrs William Sterrltt Arthur Shellcnbarger and Charles Mlllspauglr No new facts ate a brought out but the Identification nt the body watt established by Goddant i and King and It was proven that soon after his wifes disappearance Knapp began to dispose of her goods and to tell people that she would never return Mlllfpaugh who saw Knapp with a wagon at the river was on the stand when court closed- PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS i Candidates For the Naval Academy at Annapolis Passed Annapolis Md June IThe fol of the naval academy hRS passed their physical exami nations and ware sworn In as midship tmenA J Butt Alabama J II Kloln jr Ohio H n Ixjbourgeols Louisiana W A Upstate Texas H W McCor mlck Florida C K Montgomery Ken lucky C A Jones West Virginia D K B Iombard Mississippi p IL Me y Creery Arkansas A Family Tragedy Altono Pa Junk 30John C Iaar farmer 75 years old while tem s prfrarlly Insane attacked his wife wltti a butcher knife while she was In bed He stabbed her four times Inflicting fatal He then attacked lib son Justin with an ax but the son over powered him after a struggle and tooic the weapon from him The snit rail afrom house and Informed neigh hors On returning he found thAt his iifather had hanged himself to a tree house He was dead when cut down The Electrical Engineers Nlatjara Falls N Y June SO TIia 20th convention of the American n fctltuto of electrical engineers op iirl Monday In his annual address InMl dent C F Scott Kald tho nstltiUe Increased14dI J seat In mjfmbVrHJiiji last ar isi i I k Refunding of Bonds to Cease Washington Junea0Notice wm given will hercriiiiJeiPtttrHorvbiPif M funding by the treasury department under the terms of department ItaIlar No 51 of 4ate of March 2G HlO r 7oL CHARGED WITH BIGAMY Lieut WK McCue United States Army In Trouble Chicago June 30Ilellt William K McCue of the United States army hat disappeared with a charge of bigamy hanging over his head and a deserted bride of two weeks mourns his absence and fears he hair cohimltted sulcldft The bride was Miss Viola Simon of San Francisco who married him after a courtship of leiS than a fortnight She Is now In this city waiting for money with which to return to her fathers house About the time the lieutenant was bidding his bride goodbye Monday morning and tolling her that he would soon return a woman In Cincinnati who says she Is his wife informed tho chief of police there that he had con tracted a bigamous marriage She said her marriage took place while McCuo was an enlisted soldier station ed at Fort Thomas Tho exposure was brought on when Lieut McCuc asked his now fatherin law to send cards announcing the wed ding to the woman In Cincinnati who now claims to be his wife Sho has been living there under the name or Ida Wcstcott and had corresponded regularly with McCue until 1900 McCue and his bride arrived In Chi sago nine days ago She said Monday that he told her they were going to Fort Porter N Y where his regiment had been assigned to duty Mrs McCuo Bald Monday night When my husband left Monday morning he salt he was going to get his pay and transportation at army headquarters I waited until noon and then went to see Gen Rates My hus band had not been there and then I feared the worst The deserted brides father Is Sis round L Simon who has been cashle and bookkeeper In the sheriffs ounce In San Francisco for 25 years Mr Simon communicated with Chief of PoIlcoONelll Monday through the San Francisco chief and arrangements are making to send Mrs McCue to San Francisco Tuesday A few minutes before midnight Lieut McCue returned saying that he tad spent the day at Fort Sheridan The bride In the meantime had left the hotel and up to a late hour McCuo had not been able to find her He poi Itlvely denies the charge of bigamy After his return to the hotel Monday night Lieut McCue was told the exact nature of the charge against him He made the following statement never was married to Ida Wes cott all reports to the contrary not withstanding My courtship with Mr MrCue was not a hasty one I mIlt her In San Francisco before I went to fie Philippines I have a ten days extension of leave from Washington which does not expire until July IN CASE OF THE POPES DEATH Two Regiments Are to Be Kept Ready to Proceed to Rome London June 30 Although the health of tho pope is much Improved the Italian government so at to bj prepared for any eventuality has or dered two regiments In the province to be kept ready to come to Rome and reinforce the garrison In the city so that the authorities will have a suf ficient force to maintain order and Insure the liberty of the conclave should It become necessary to hold one If the cardinals as after the death of Pius IX decide to meet al the Vatican the government will surround the pal ace with a cordon of troops to prevent any attempt against the freedom of the conclave and also the removal of val uables from the Vatican during thu Interregnum as was customary before 1870 SECRETARY SHAW Ha Will Attend the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of John Wesley Washington June 30 Secretary Shaw left Washington Monday night for New York and Tuesday proceeded to Mlddletown Ct to attend the cele bratlon of the 200th anniversary ot the birth of John Wesley by the Wesleyan university In that city It is understood the university will confer on the secretary the degree of LLD It Is not likely that the secretary will return to Washington until after hU family sells for Europe on July Young Corbett Won the Decision Boston June 30 Young Corbett of Denver Col champion feather weight of the world won the decision dYer Jimmy Brlggn of this city In their tenround bout at the Criterion club Monday night Will Visit Lookout Mountain Chattanooga Tenn June 30Sona ator M A Hanna Monday wired Look tilt inn to reserve apartments for him at the lintel on Saturday He will spend the Sabbath there en route to Thomaavllle Ga It Is understood Validity of Soldiers Claims Havana June OThf radical wIng of the revolutionary veterans at Ha vans have petitioned congress for the Immediate appointment of a congres sional committee to pass on theyalld fly of the soldiers claims Machinists and Manufacturers PittsburK Pa Juno 31The ma chinists and manufacturers Monday 1ltrnssril In conference the comprom tf er ale for the tnnilns year and set tied nil dlximliM except that of the 10 npr rent advancp In wagon asked by the men t terPketAt I rllorllstnjttitat a matinee of the Gentlemens Driv Ins club afGJenvllle trails u A WAYSIDE SERMON Ttrii Driiiikrn Mrisin oldnl how llonr lr itlr Slrfl Aronnrt Slap 1lqnnrQIIltn Youngstown 0 paper relates n pitiable Incident which marred the serenity anti pence of a recent Sun day morning1 As tlur throng of worshipers vcro on their way to a certain church they were obliged to either walk otutdor to step over two drunken men prostrated full length on the sidewalk The wording of the news paragraph is most significant One might search long and fluid no more sang- egl text It classifies graphkHl lv the attitude of Iood 1 towards the evil of IntIIII111rancetile individuals who walk round and those who step over its victims The phraseology pf the Item seems to exclude the third class who should have paused to lift the fallen men per Laps because on this occasion IU on so many others it laud no represent ative The Incldoiit epltoinlcs the widespread tragedy that goes on day and night the great highways of life strewn with the victims of the liq nor traflle the unfeeling procession a welldefined elms who make no pre tense to good Snuiaritinlsm but who carelessly step over human wrecks even using them us stepping stones to their own success nnd wealth Somewhat In the back WHISKY DID IT ground anxious to be concealed nnd the throng who walk round blue deplorable social evils a great host seeking circuitous routes in order to avoid that which might appeal to their sympathy or their judgment In this crowd are the men who never penult themselves to look thus great moral Issue squarely in the face the men who will not throw nwny their votes cm n mere matter of principle the men who consider it had form to be known as outspoken advocates of total abstinence The utter futility of these efforts tc dodge nn unpleasant duty Inlpar cut These startling disquieting texts these illustrated wayside ser molts obtrude thrmsrlves at every corner facing one often on tins threshold of ones hone nut needing the grace of oratory to brand themselves on ones memory but haunting dayvision and nightdreams The only sure way to free oneself from te disturbing Influence of a sermon Is to eradicate the evil thing that necessitated Its utterance Never will the great vice which defies so eiety today he removed until men and women are equipped with a per fectly adjusted compass of Christian duty whoie magnetic needle of Chrlstllke love shall guide them straight towards that evil which U destroying thief brothers regardless of the fact that It may guide them as it did their Divine Maker Into places of hard distasteful service Inlon Signal ITEMS OF INFORMATION A monument to the memory of Hale Johnson is to be erected by his friends to mark his grave nt Newton Mr Isaac Brandt of Des Moines la Is one of the pioneers in temperance work having joined the Good Temp tars In ISSGand the Wukhtngtonlnnsln 1870 The Unitarian Temperance jiocivty of the United States net at Ktiiffs Chapel Boston The speakers in denouncing the saloon as the hld cause of sin and misery in the world Mayor Droxton of llrerncrton Wash has notified the navy depart ment that all saloons will be removed from the cltand no more lleensersc- ued So the nary yard will remain st Ilrcmerton Gen Coronnat commander hi chief of the French troops in IndoClilna is making especial effort to suppress drunkenness among the coldiers He expresses his regret that wurningt concerning the kerious elTeets of drink ing habits upon the health are not beeded The ItrltUh government has ordered n imjurv to be made Into theworkhig of the viinein system In Iiiuriuyut the pm ipit Lime and during the Koutb AfrieiiUiwar tjeiuyebtlgMiuniYex 1IcltdtlljJiho y whrylii IlbeuNrenb whicli Is condujjLel nOLRWtfywraltVe plan Is of moral pecuniary bcuviit to the British solders THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lrttnn In Ilia Inlrrnnllniinl Sutra tar tuly B Ulna larurl t Ulna fur KluK TUB IKSSON TINT ISamutlSlMO L A nil It came 10 pas wliqn Samuel was old that he made his sons JiUlKft aver IsruM i Now the name of idi gntborn v iU Joe and lice name ot his second AbUti they were judges In lliorj hebi s Sad hla eons walked not In his ways but tuna t aside alter lucre und look bribe und perverted Judgment i Then nil the elders ot Urifi Kutlicn J IhfmiHvts together and came In Sanuiol unto Ilamah 6tnd said unto him IlehoM thou ore old and tliy souls walk not in thy way slow make us a kliiK to judge us Jlkc all the tuition hut the tbhig displeased Samuel when they laid live us a klnc to judge us lhvclori7itHamuc Hearken unto the voice of the people in all they say unto thee for they lure not rejected thee but they have rrjriuJ Me that I should not rtlKn over then flayhavedonesinceup out of Uxypl even unto tbls day wherewith they have forsaken Me timid served other sods so do they also unto thee Now therefore hearken unto ttwr voice howbeit yet protest solemnly unto thkillotthIordu kiiiilinili TiT Irrimrr our liftirtx until the lnril Mini serse Mi- neoatS niu Till OlTUSK 01 atltirTClt6 8IUTION Moar roreico the ktnJdomlhull 111131 Israel In Samuel Ume1 Bam 16 band The demuadforakingISam Sainuei protrat but accedes Bum se il NOTES AND COMMKNTS Alose Foresees the Kingdom At the close of liii lung life Muses called the UracIltCB together and delivered judgntcatsbylives timid the ulTnlrh of the nation in the lulid Into which they were about to enter In the course of these in utruetionx Motct foretold that tiller the nation was well settled In mss new home it would declare will tot a kliitf over me like as all the na tloiiK that are about me When Lin turning point III the national life hoiild occur Moses went on to say whatever the circtinihtancoi Israel vas ti make him khigwham time Lord thy God shall ehoo e and liar hing sas to be u brother that u an Israelite mid not a foreigner thus king should out keep great stables of horses wherewith to make a great display nor marry many wives who would turn hla heart from hU prgtr- and hU iml nor gather together in ordinate riches but he hoiild write down a i erfcct copyof the law and should rend therein all the days of hu life that he may learn to four the Lord and to obey Implicitly to the end that he may prolong his days III his kingdom he and his children in the inidHl of Israel Israel in Samuel Time Chnpters 4 to 7 Inclusive of I Samuel are largely occupied with the remarkable story of time loss and recovery of the ark of the covenant rte Jews an appears from the record had come to neglect Jehovah raid to follow lifter the worship of strange gods called lluallm nod particularly of one called 5h t3 ruth They did adhere to the true religious In n formal way but even that adherence wnn super thePldlistincsrelated that the Jews had the two wicked sons of the aged JII bring the ark of the coreinnt limo the field of battle thiiihlng that the emblem ol Jehovah care wouldnave them from defeat Not only did defeat come hut even the ark was lust However it only brought plague and disaster to the cities of the IlillU tines Restored finally to the Jew It was not until put Into the keeping of onii sanctified that It meant blessing for1 community or nation Tills In eidfnl gave ijnmiiet the opportunity to call back the Israelites to the fear of tu true Gush for which pur po r the Israelites were assembled nt MlIirh The IlillKliiieH fearing this Brent gathering was for the object of throwing off the PhilUtine yoke prt +lpllntd matters arid were de feated The Demand for a Klng Twwty years rolled by with Samuel still judge though latterly exercUing his powers through his two sons These sons like Klln did hot follow In the upright jyajH of their father So time Israelites complained of tier mUcnr rlage of jtutiee Jt occurred to them that the fault was In the system Why not have a king Instead of a judge So they eame to Samuel demanding a king on the ground of his ngrf of the wrosigdoingof his sons and because to have a king was the custom of nil the other nations We can only note very hastily that though displeased Samuel prayed to Godover the matter find showed Samuel that the Jews had not rnJecH eel Samuel lint Ood They had come to Samuel to hnve him aside the king no constituting Samuel the power behind the throne nail they hall not considered the rlghteouanena their demand nor Indeed the natural eon sequence So upon Corms command Samuel acceded to till cry for q king hilt warned them that n human king vas not only liable to failure hut would surely yield lo this temptation to abuse the power lo Lim- IIppIunl Stress makes strong PrfwpeHty IfknJaralZPkI piety The restless lire not likely to be re hlntleiin God fights our toes willfoiit If ve fight thoso within- Corruption in the heart tariiUhen thr crown oti thu hlntlIThe sun hut bleaches sanctity whiter tans sindnrke- rJfhetwnrhlneedia ptiri thoiiht Arijsade more than one flJr purufjo il Iil man who gives to advertise hU charity Lae no charily worth adver tlshiir Hums Horn anastay Berea College tFoundod 1865fL 0 y PLACES TUg BUST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States J largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS t Applied Holnnce Two yearn Cotino with agriculture for young teen anti Domoatic Science for Ladies I Trnrto 8choolllJrpnLrl Printing Housewotk curs tug two rilNormal CourHon For Teachers Tbrpe lOU LI1 leading to county jjCortiliouto State Certificate anti State Diploma Academy Course Four yuan fitting for Collt for btuitinaa and for lifo I College CourseaLibrary Scientific Classical loading to Baccamiirw Ito tltKrOll MuNlo Cliorol lrM Heod Organ Vocal Piano Thnory We hero to help alt who will holy thnmsolvtm toward n Christian ttclu I cation Our instruction is a free gift StudonU pay a small inlIIntnlroe to moot nxpousoa of thus school apart front instruction and moat aUu IIIIfor want in udvnnce ICxponneii for term 11 Weeks miiy tin brought within 2400 about Slf to bo paid in allTlncoIThe School is undorninl by Baptists Christians Disciples oagrsgaioul aliHts Methodists Itosbvterians and Hood people of nil dmiominnUoim 1- rwIx104Set101uerxlr5DLfADYIrtlluISISfRETttr WILL C QAMnLU Ucrca Madison County Ky f I The International Bible SerieseMr LARGEST LINC OF SELK PKONOUNCINO UltlLCS IN TIt WORLD jute mi IIINOWNID ran tliCLEAR IKINT SCHOLARLY IILlSSUIIRIOI BINDINGS DO YOU NEHD A BIBLH Then seed for this French Manta Dlvlitljr Clrcnlt lon Ctrncri tot Under Cult Urn SILK SEWED torte TJM Mlsto- uSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS 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faroff naitrrn light zn d rfarmth In tome ittaiiRe wlie hr niln loj In her f 11Bom ubtlr atrnoipliere the kitchen Dili 11Wh Clndu tJaku iitaleIcAlmoit tibia than my or ptn ran I tIL Thf uliiudy nave I pint tiUlpwi Unit do p1 bpt1t if my Clltl til pllttiI vrush IIrd tjurll 1oor Cupid drop his urrowa right and I Itti- I Jlitractedly the Mine lutrt blue ard Am upllitiic flea attriy tndrjhrrryr Whtll iIlJlliU1tw =114 It VhItiy iid iourkrpin- gr I The Trouble 4 1 on the Torolito IIvFRANCIS LYNDK lu kr trtMii lmJt t1PJtIb IV- ItKCONNOITKIUSTtS I wore nut the first ilnv ut Mao li nina nbucnrr Milling In llie Vhuilp of the runrli IIOIIM nnit niov jnjmil nn the iinr initrllril IliiTti wan healing In tlirtlilu crlxp uir nnil J Hrnt to bcil at nlilitfnll It hltCl- fh hal not slept fur nionlli On J Ie nfcontl tiny InIl lik n funilHluil wolf nntl the lmi IIOJM Ixgun to ffWW1 lIV VVti tu Onjijlittr 11 thn riiri iif the riiii iiiiiiihi Onct uioro J HiHilitie HIIW oirrnil uf Ihtrnlll- hJIK hitching my chulr jn uIIJlII- bOA to tint still nnil the footlillU ntOM tlin nlli lictliiinpil mi In llm ic l f ibr afUjrnoon Aijily tin nut tto ttvcljtiip IW1tf1i44I r WllIWr LitUl hi iuixi the tUaignftv iJlijj i onjin hill t L it half V ninylH l tit Sa jhcri it liiirso lit the torrul Hint a aick nmn inlglit rltlc AiV tUU1 lllr ti iOtINl4tCr lJHHok wtlil lir Tliirrii olil Itlnc pGcltt i wlmMiiiatwl want to try JI g rSea If yon pan Kirc the time to tilillp hiiu lot JJif In fltr inlnntr the lironro WAS nt lit I11iit1ly ilrC III- HIIurillbllllh Into till xtihUe llerknn yimrin stick on Mild hr JJjrtiri m Diiri Iii ImrkV tllIIliII t41rihn2l Ink t 10 fssniyIiseI lit out o lihn IIlIrryhhrlIInn7 tprcUirtr for RHK Hint men In till fnvl pnllop across Ihr valley So far from kiovlit nljriin ur rxhan tlon nt jut iitileeml tlie lironcn looked lisa r JIVT on tlie Jill arrtI1 nslde frnm trie 1op of hi hill Hiich I Itnd Counted tipoi lie a npeeilredit er nnd t JII way to he head of tlie vol ry lffore could Ret weight enough Alt Hit urfdlereln to pull hint down WJien he renlled thai I desired ti top he promptly eluni me over lila huil Into i jMlcli of Mjefrnii nnd tvrnl hili way without me Uhore npon followed II krIt4 of mlinetirtTii TonUtif to rlolllllIIn and nt lln end of It tlie nn liitd gone down on 4lnelcK cndftllero frtir mlleji front ia np too weary to walk unit nnalile to reeapttifc Ms mount Pflnnjf myself down under the lee fft riliHRe ImwWer nnd wondered If the bronco would l e considerate enough to wend Home one after nietiy jultij lmelctothe rinds rldorlens It HPPIIICI doulitfnl lila finnl dlnnp j enrnrtce hnd heri orer the hula to tlt nortltwnlHlIntti the inldst of the ciieIw 44gldtnI l 4flti- lltots on the crest above mc aml p eccntly I saw the figure of n ftoVie That ullhonctted alljnI111 skfo the hilltop It wav Klljbrc and illc I looked he caino down aI4 JofTtroJ Fifty fe from ntylpwldcr thcpony stunijtleil anil Il racond tnmi camn down together KUgpra rose ciir lng nuJ kicked IhtIttjnn to uta feet lHlnnic your ornnry Tilde Cayn T iUliitlif m thee feDY0U1Oa- huen fan see adopliole Now theri wlintjn the matter wltlijrpu IThclmra jerked lti tuatllrcr ana II nped a few pacei up thet hilhto stop l p njr freiently with itA rnuizlc tatlte K otiiid rMntlng as a Trained blrdr djg IThL The riutie rlttt1 stollpe t4 pull up a freshly driven stake anj rrnte rnThrf11 trcolI XlflJ2 thats some o their lilam liirlh irlii lingo I reckon Id like ito ght fly lnrIt ronud the w neck oathe filler thTa astakln off I lila y fro rise Id show him what hit feel Ilka to fill thowcd kilo flung tho stake afar anti lear lug the bronco to It8 own devices noilRht and found the line of the rtitiih following U and destroylnp thCenlnecr landmark for agood lultniilc When he returned lie fouoiLiniiholdhng the pony and went ItJJRJJctaartJlply teIhVA JOiufaUirpni wlmt Id like to t I2i Iw SLwn the i nck uf a certain III conditioned JwaiV uamcdiMJtwnoM lie pitched me off and ran away Im too wunk to walk do you suppose yoi could catch him for me 1 11Irleboost you ncross thin ye re jrrtss hopjter o mint and well ride ntul tie you do the rldln and Ill do the tyln Illnmc If you hoint got your nnnd with yon to pit up out of a alukbod and make n Btopger at rldln cowpony Kany now oi Sway back were nruutu ii Iii nn iinihluncc from thU on- Ordinarily ICIIporc WIt retlceree- pcrsonllled hut on the fourmile juunt to the vnlcythrnat he talked npnlnst linn nnd a very dull listener could have Keen the drift of It which 11evould not Iet him po wlthoul hlNI WII rill II MIW you pull a lot of till land Chill uluI at fl heM liar ito hI when thin ranch llphtn were in night Im afraid youll hear from It Whatll hey do to me dyt rick on Nothing iii oiuui Iii t bcciilise thej wont know who did II Itnt Itll make I rout tile for the captain Kllfforu plodded on In HCIICC for a full minute lMfore he replied lieck- on Ill be tlaiMuirrtvd if they do Ill go pull up Nome more III till mornln and oyar Via up yonder to lila lagit camp Miami if dont When we reached the rnncli house Macphcron had come home nnd was nltoiit tu Htart out in Keareh of me took my ncolding like n guilty ucliooh boy You ought to be humped he Nulil when I lint lecn helped down lluunt you a grain if MHHC left 1lcnlV of it It wan the home that wn hiiliing Iui a nil right as long ua he let me stay on- Hi you were with line sarcasm Well I Mtppoxe youre good for n week in blankiitH to pay for It Knocked your good appetite ulllv didnt ItCome In to Mtipper nnd Ill show you Im good for nnythlng from pale do fole gran lo boiled dug It was three full days and lund cnnnyril myself Into n state of coma befits t Maephernon would let me try It ngaln and when he dually con fenled we went together ambling the length of hili nmull kingdom and paiiHing only when the horMex ur the xettlnnient cnnu In sight from the broiv ofa Inw hill domlniillng till rlustered fn riuuit t coil a and the engl teerH camp nt Valley Head uuu tit ed to go on hut Miicphemon hhook Ills head Vo youve lund enough anti more than enough for ODD day Von fur get that Hut neareit undertaker at the fort ii forget nothing Gin nit that glllSK When I had focused the field glia he sit iii Wlint do yon set 7 I aee tho promUe of II remnrkalily benntlfiit nnnact U that till No I set n log cabin which I take to be n Rchoolhoui c lhIIonr Is open nnd there III Mime one nlmullng on till stepn young woman I khotild nay dropped the gluna and turned upon him quickly enough to Hiirprle the beatific eagern In bin face Its ho he said rather nheopi h ly and then Do you really think you could manage another suite or wo and tnaki out to get home a lire S laughed Ills wist fttiuitu wait huiuiit fill to behold can do tiit trthan Unit rCUII ilntl toyvuty hack alone ii And get thrown lIalnlwl II1l1lhI 3011 dont IleMldi VBIII you to meet her Do tl1I1 Its much better as it nlniuln You can tell me all sorts of nlTeellonntc little fin louts nbout IlIrI and uliant able to contradict thrill wish youd atop devilling me lung enough lo say yes or no he rnwled For answer I led the way west 1111nl a double and ten tumults later we wcro climbing tin school houfe knoll The gallop hind been wrought out In silence hill while the hordes were breasting the lull Mach pherMin sold Of course htninl that what I told OIinllout the about the fracas with Wykamp must be as It It never happened 7 My dear boy Was I born ytster dayVllut olln seen her since haven ouIKo I thought Ihe would 1I thought perhaps If would be better to let it age n little you know Here wad embarrassment made to order but I found comfort In the rliflection that the chapter of acci lents helped out by a little tart fishu1e1gus on my part would doubtless give me an oppor tunlty to efface myself after the In rOil IHo Knowing Macpheradn and his ftterl t ng worth and remembering the pro verblal blindness of lovers III gener aI I wa prepared to criticise the schoolmistress as the facts might warrant hut when she came to the door to greet us I went over to the enemy horse foot and dragoons I hail pictured her as a young woms of the altitudes Schooled Tn the nocent inanentangllng arts of the glrlgratluate a woman of the broader world only by courtesy of n hfghschool diploma o young person who would be c rdulo inake tilt dlstlnctldu in pronouncing rise the t verb anti rise the iloMn perhaps with a checrftll disregard for the weightier solecisms So ran the pro conception ont when she came out to us the revulsion was sharp enough d o be painful More beautiful women haut Winifred Sanborn there have ecn doubtless but never another more instantaneously lovable She- dwas of the chastened Puritan type with a personality of grace rather thin of strength a young woman with a face and figure which might have been n replica In flewji hlondor I ien uu eyed maiden in t pictured Idyl of Trlscllln and TohI Aldcn OcntlcncjiS and IKhltot Ing and an idonlixcd standard of purity were hers by right of birth one would say since the witness a thorn wan written large in every liii of the tvert face and Jn the un ashamed gaxc of the Hlcndtllsl eyes I rcmemberod the unworthIInlC pieion which Mlcph ron haul refused to lei mo set In words anti did In slant and ample peiianco for Its bar boring Whatever rnlttht prove to 1o tho windings of the labyrinth In which she seemed t 0 be involved with Wykamp this honesteyed young woman must be held blamelesk in thought word and deed Slit made me welcome ns Murpher sons friend willII touch of gentle courtesy which carried me swiftly back to a time and place where tile MrciinoiiM travailspirit of the egois tic weal VOlt tint We ait not iiile strangers Ire we Mr JlalcottV site said giving me lice hand in uualTcctcd sincerity Irh MiujiJiiTson lists told mo much alioiit you I hope the Iorolito is iuI Plug jUII rhiink you It is III a way tern piirttrily at least Hut one would iifctl lo be very exacting Invalid not to be helped by the Torolito Im glad you like Itlihe re joined In an npllash of gentle en IhiiKliixm Vlifii was n newcomer tiNfd u lie tuna Ie nights listening lo llie Ihiinikr of the river In the tip per canyon and longing to be tsp tutu out with tIll solemn mountains and the lit rnuus and tin soft darkness It wai the Happy UlllYfit liasselas over ngaln hut theyre going to spoil it for us now The 11I1Itt 1 UII mean said and from thililc talk went rUutt 0 the threatened mIl 1Iuljt the end of it saul If J wcrie rich enough I should lx teinijted to try to buy them ofT Its a IhbiiAand plflcs to graft n truck farm npon such khapcly stock of natures growing Isnt It 1 she soul MnrphcrMin WUH growing restive lont yoil want to go Inside and 1k- iiiuti on oue of the benches lIt cbltV I Ill rloAI you for thu ride muck Youre looking n bit fagged I nt Ida clumsy attempt to dispose of me and glanced nt Miss Sanborn She was evidently bracing herself for Koinelhlng trying hilt In evliablo If got down shall never get tip nguin said Ious that were thin near Im going to ride on to the end of the valley 1itt me on t lie horse Angus and wait for me Ill pick yon up as come back He did It with palpable gratitude and so I rode on and left them Iifloen minutes later I repassed lbschtooihouie anti not to mar their lenvelnkings waved my hand to them nnd rode on down the val ley Macpherson overtook me in the second halfmile nnd the gloom In lilt face wan absolutely portentous charged it to my Inconsiderate haste and made Instant amends tin nlitng back lo her if you want to I told you could find the way home nlone For the full minutes he did not re ply Then the word cause tumult wise riialn tin heartbreaking pItyof It lack I cnn never go back to her Do you understand never 1or heavens ake bear with mo If you cnn old man I shall go mm if IIdont talk about It She says its over lntween us that we muistnt meet ngain that If Im obstinate as I promised to be shell go ns site came And she wouldnt tell me whyI nod In Hcarcnl what have I done Its nothing youve done or left undiMit Cant yon seeitu Wy kampMncpherson consigned the engineer 10 a lllrc from which the thenln giant assure us there is no cllapITliatV nil right lab Creator may send hint there but youre under1 bonds not to The double quartette of pounding hoofs heal out another mile of silence and then he broke out ngain Damn It dim man why dont you sy fiomething- IVe been trying to think of some liiittg worth saying Lets begin nt the Inginning Here Is a very riddle Jr n mystery with only two people who eats solve it One of the two wftnt talk ergo the other must be made to You were in Fort Cowan the other tiny May I Inquire what you did I located a placer prospect on the line of the Olenlivut illIcit arid simile ready to ask for an injunction if Wykamp runs his survey across IIiGood nut you also asked utica lousut Who knows anything about Wyknmp Nobody at the fort hes front the east Who employs him The board of directors I suppose lies the chief engineer of the com pany Who are the directors 1I named the members of the board rLoatt one of them you say es hints lucky for us Can you Biwire one of the boys p tale a let tj Jp oyntlfar J11tl Sure What are you going to do iIj PPPMy well hes uuder pjiyatjppi Jo iuej In fact hsallak iof a jettfr 01 Intro to ills chief engineer What good wlllthatdp1 r Milch let us jiopo Armed with myjletter I fclmll pr ccil to nuartor myj nUing set upon Wykamp for n a wuekor a month WeltV When I get through with him we shall know more thau we do now If he wont tAIillWhat be made to A Jen rJ1 zti s gave him a tanlennb1e1nA 1lI11d told you that you are unhci r bomU to keep the Im cit Macpherson Jlgjitcd his pIpe In ink theeJ cant let you do It 7 Why I demanded Ilfcatise youre n sick man and my friend I Should ricvcrforglve myselfNonseiwe If anything will serve to keep me alive beyond the doctors reprieve of six weeks or no Its n bit of detective work which will keep mo from counting the days So you nee till motive Is selfish after nil I see thirst youre the best friend n poor devil ever hind Dont flatter yourself Iwo hours ago I should have let you wrestle out of it as best you could Hut now Mut now I have seen her Im lice champion and none of yours my dear boy Youre onlan Incident And then the undreamedof truths lnutghedout in n jest You cnn thank your luck stars that Ive one foot safely in the grave Otherwlsa you might want to kill two men In stead of one think the jest was thrown away upon him When I looked he was storing steadily ahead anti I caught but a phrase of his rejoinder Unul bo merciful to her and show her the light of His countenance He was repeating It softly as one who rides alone To He Continued TELLTALE COINAGE Ilinr the alan Iilrnlinril flic KU AltlniUKli eer HnvliiK Scttt- IIIni llrfirr Apart from photographs and en gratings the faces of most rulers lire famillnried to us by their images on the current coins of their countries says the Boston Trail fifrlpt Female vanity Is supposed to have beets the cause of preserving Queen Victorias girlish Image on the coins and postage stamps of Kngland until list last years of her reign but hers was almost a solitary exception mill tilt designers of coins generally alto at producing pictures of tin heads of states on them as they really art At the commencement of the present season King Leopold was in Dieppe anti when strolling along the plage there he entered ac cording to Isis custom into conver sation with the turn working on It Wlih one of these whose accent shiiwed him to he a Belgian lit spoke for n considerable time and when he had left the man turned to hi companions and said proudly That Is my king lie seeing an old friend soul one of the other workman jestingly No salt th other I never sit him before now do you know who he is then tucked the other who was manifest ly lit doubt as to the truth of the Molgfans statement but his doubts were quickly set at rest when the man to whom the ling had spoken produced silently from bin pocket and held up fpr huts observation a Mrlglau franc bearing on it lIng Leopolds counterfeit presentiment Ample imd Sirrpl ItvvvtiKr- A young Knglishman who had been repeatedly and unnecessarily annoyed by the St Mala custom house officials made up IsIs mind to get even with them The ln t time he had crossed he had brought a ferret over with him and a minute or so before landing he transferred the creature to a black bag which carried with extreme care and nn evident desire npt to atItract attention This Immediately fetched our of the dpuaniers anti ha iwouptyl to yn on it with jyfulnine city Our young HnglUhtnaii pretend ed not to understate thv offlci3ltsntU the Frenchman made his meaning clear by unmUtaknhle signs Then ha ftttflyaml reluctantJy unlocked the Ijag The u1otuauier plunged In hit land andbust my pen let me put It down to my pen refusesto adequately scriberhe dramatic scene that en sueJl Sufllee It to say that the bars recltaiof It way balm to my wound ed spirit I only hope it was our friend at the custom houae who made the ferrets acquaintance Revenge Is sweet Continental ChitChat In Merle Antolnrttr Pocket A historical relic of much interest has just been discovered among the archives of the department of the Seine This relic is a list of the articles fount in the pockets of the dress that the 11r lfd Marie Antoinette wore at bet execution The articles were put to public auction for the benefit of San son the public executioner The first lot consisted ora small pocketbook In green morocco containing a pair of pincers a small corkscrew a pair Ol tiSOU a comb and a tiny pocket looking glass The secpnd lot wai made up 61 three little portraits ia green morocco cases one of them berg surrounded by a metal frame The two lots fetched a total of lOt SOc Irish Times French Proverb The first and worst of nil frauds U to cheat ones self To be happy one must have nothing toforgetThe Is not she who is sold but also who gives herself A good intention makes but a short ladder Happy is he who Is not obliged to Bnoritice anyone to duty Jor all niUfovtunes there are two eitiedit4Ituue and silence itndilTereiice is time heart sleeping Tutu greatest lint strongest aboii nil till cleverest man is he who knowf how jo vaiL Till sorrow of today naXea thq happiness or tomorrow Detroit Free 1fess BEGINS WAR ON MOSQUITOES SIirepIst4 nny onietnN Irrimre In- rxlrritiliuit liirfl rlll Ip nf Kerunrnr Mosquitoes hovering near window of Shel head Hay club heard city olli ishuuiiuingtotails and petroleum rfekeya The tune tlon at which the olllelal of the world Inostiultoluncheonaiiipice1 of William C Whitney On necount of an engagement in Bronx lrcscntbutDonngh who outlined the work of campaign My tIle time the conference was titer it was evident there was no valid excuse for the existence of the mosquito and that its days were num beredIf there remained any doubt In the minds of those present a walk through the acres of swamps drained by Henry Clay Weeks an engineer of economies demonstrated that the in sects had no place within n quarter of n mile of Shcepshead May in which to bring up their families This movement against the culcx clan was started by Mr Whitney who line a sustainer home which overlooks the great Fuiurlty track When the millionaires acres were freed Irons the breeding places of the pestiferous tribe Mr Whitney contributed sever al thousand dollars to the general de fente fund CLAIMS TO RESTORE LIFE Dr llnbrrt Krmp hr Sx tem of Inn HrliiK Ilcutl DUB Hack to Life Aitnlu e liaising an interesting question ne tu when life in nniinnls actually be comes extinct Dr llobert C JCemp who has been conducting experiments lit Xcw York for two years has found it piivjlble to restore a dog to life lifter its heart had stopped hllIt1uG for 1C minutes After nn examination by surgeons the animal was otlclally pro nounced dead yet Dr Kemp by mas saging its heart so far brought it back to life that it lived 21 hours and meanwhile it was so far restored to the use of its faculties that it ute and drank and performed its usual func tion In 11 out of 23 experiments 6 this character Dr Kemp has succeeded IB rcstoring dogs to life and he is con vineed that in the cal of human be ings under similar conditions the proportion of restorations would be far greater In the cne of the dogs he ascribes their death after an interval of from two or three to 24 hours not to fail ure of lila treatment for that has upIparently been successful but to fact that the dogs could not be pre vented from tearing away the ban dages witli which their wounds were bound up Only one such experiment has been tried on a human being and in that case it was not successful Knlarr Ilrllrrr In Love My sons will only marry women they love Kmperor Wllnm is reported to have said latc1111l will not marry to please the diplomats nor to MitUfy the exlgenden of politics I be lieve firmly that like every other Indi vidual they have the right to choose freely theIr wives for It is nn alliance fur life nnd their personal happiness U more precious than a momentary phase of statecraft Cannot Make Kudu Meat The vegetarians are going to found a colony In Arkansas how can such a color nrs the Chlcngo IlecordIler lid expect to make both ends meat MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 29 CATTLECommon 3 00 ti 4 00 Butcher steers 4 80 5 25 CALVESExtra 6 75 6 00 HOGS Ch packers 6 05 6 10 Mixed packers 5 90 05 SHEEPExtra 3 85 4 00 LAMBSExtra 6 30 6 40 FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 80 NoI winter 0 79 CORNNo2 mixed 2J OATSNo2 mixed It- RyENo2 G8Vi HAY Ch timothy 20 00 PORK Cigar family 17 95 LARDSteam 0 8 621 BUTTER Ch dairy f 14 Choice creamery 22 APPLES Fancy 3 50 POTATOESNew 3 00 3 25 TOBACCONew 4 50 11 75 Old 6 00 9 10 Chicago FLOURWInter pat 3 55 03 70 WHBATWO 2 red 79f 80- INps riag 75 80 CORN No 2mlxed 50 OATSNo2 mixed t 40ft RYE No 2 B24 PORKMess 15 25 15 50 LARDSteam 810 8 12 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 75 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 85 CORNNo 2 mixed i 58 OATSNo 2 mixed 43i RYEWestern tzt 62 PORKFamily 18 00 18 LARD Steam jf 8 50 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 80 CORNNo mixed it OATSNo2 mixed 40 CATTLE Butchers 5 00 B 25 IIOQS Western aC85 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red U G 80 CORNNo3 mixed 5- 6OATSNo3 mixed B 42 PORK Mess 1j7 50 LARD Steam 0 900 Indlanapoll WI1EAlNo red C 7- GCORNNo2 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 38 II liavo practiced medicine for It and have consulted the loading Ilijsicinna In this country in regard to rcnif ly for Dyspepsia but have rHnir Uoou able to find anything that would 6fT ct h cure until I used Ko clol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could noteat anything but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol Ican eat anything and feel that my health is better than it over was in my life I cannot say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any ease of Dyspepsia it taken as directedM D Settle M D Big Hill Ky East End thug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky Capital and Surplus 180000 IWe solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres S S PARKES Cashier Tim Fnunilatlon of tlvnlth Nourishment is the foundation of healthlifestrength Kodol Dys pepsia Cure is the one great medicine that enables tho stomach and diges tive organs to digest assimilate and transform all foods into the kind of blood that nourishestho nerves and foods the tissues Kodol lays the foundation for health Nature does the rest Indigestion Dyspepaia and all disorders of the stomach and digestive organs are cured by the use of Kodol Sold by East End Drug Co We promptly obtain U a end Foreign Ifreene Perttct LI rMedlclu Mrs M A Jolley Noble 0 T writes I have used Herbine for a number of years and can cheerfully reoommend it as the most perfect liver medicine and the greatest blood purifier It ia a medicine of positive merit and fully accomplishes all that claimed for it Malaria can not find a lodgment in the system while the liver is in perfect order for one of ita functions is to prevent the absorption of fever producing poisons Herbina is a moat efficient liver regulator 50o at East End Drug CosEARLY RISERS TIt FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS I For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles aria fag from an Inactive or alurcbh liver DeWltta Utile Early Riser we un equalled They act promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that Ills a pleuur t take them One O two act II a mild laxatIve two or four act M a pleasant and effective catharllo ThsySare purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the Uver TtUI MAIM CM SUppLY TA- p55p55RD LC D Wltt c Ck1s Orders f- oriJRegal Shoes J Watch and dock repairing tire thi gpecialties of Williatun shop Agency bc4tN NLaundry- Take xW suIt your troubles to him Work guarautwd i THE CITIZEN Ia s SOUNDS A KEYNOTE President Fords Speech Before Commercial Convention KENTUCKY MUST FORGE TO FRONT 1snriIcuplo of tho Karth What sho Really r n During tho recent State Commercial convention held In Louisville one ses eton was devoted exclusively to tho work being dono by tho Kentucky Ex hibit Association for adequate representation of tho state at tho Worlds Fair In St Louis fho speech deliv ered by the President of tho Associa lion Mr A Y Ford managing editor of tho CourierJournal was so full ot eloquent facts so eloquently spoken as Col W C 1 Urecklnrldgo ox pressed it later In tho evening that we have decided to give It to our read ers In part it is as follows The movement fur a creditable rcpreseii Utlou nt Kentucky at the great Worlds Fair which Is to mark the Centenary of the Purchase of the Ix ulftjni Territory appeal both to business Interest and to patriotic sentiment It appeal to business Interests because no community inure than Kentucky ueciU toimve Itself properly advertised to the world not only for the correction of that false repute Into which It has been brought by persistent and long contluuetl misrep resentation but because at this particular Juncture In the material development of the country it finds an unusual opportunity 1andda pressing necessity to demonstrate to the world of capital auil of honicsecker the superior advantages which It oflVrs ns an undeveloped State In which all the es sentials of profitable development are to be found It appeals to sentiment because the Ken tnckUua characteristic pride In the achievements of the founders of the Com monwealth can find In nil the long Illus trious story nothing more nt to Inspire It than the part which the men of this State have played In that marvelous national drama of expansion of which the Louis lava Purchase was a part How could Kentucky forego her claim to i a share In the glories of a region at whoso birth Into the Union she stood sponsor t created a part of this household of lib FORDI Exhibit t peopledlargelytendered ties of blood and Interest all lu h JewelsinHut iKrhaps It Is more In keeping with the spirit of an occasion like thU to put pentluient to the rear and business Oil Blderutlous to the tore We bold that Ken ttuckyshould be at the Louisiana Purchase Iou Hicause It has suffered Inestimable Jury from malicious iiiUrviirfstntutloii Because It needs to bu advertised to the world by souiutlilUK else besides Its iiiouu taut feuds and Its bitter politics Because It has been caricatured too long doservesJuke all right but we dont want It rubbed lu too hard- Itecuuse It Is an undeveloped State need lug the goodwill of Investors and home Ktfkera and having that to offer them that will endure stud repay Investigation Because now Is the time of times for putting ourselves right and keeping our evlves right before the business world while this tremendous tide of material de velopment U at Its flood and men are Keeking on every hand fur profitable fields s of activity Because through Ignorance of our own resources or Indifference to them through 5lack of enterprise In presenting Informa about them to those who sock It we have suffered ourselves to be outstripped as an Industrial community by states that could not compare with us In natural ad vantage h I know of InO State that stands more In need of a protest lu the name of truth than Kentucky I know of no State that has been more persistently and unjustly ma llgutxl that Kentucky I know of no State that has wore supinely endured such tills representation recklessly giving freKlf1 oc caslou for1 It and careless of Its opixjrtuid ties for displaying Its better side- I am not an apologist for that which Is wrong with us and there Is much In pro sent conditions for which we should frankly take shame to ourselves but the very ex latency of such things but emphasizes the necessity that we should be up and doing In the cause of our own redemption to the end that these early glories of the State of which we boast so much may not bu dimmed and derided or Its future hampered by our duty No community more than an Individual should be oversensitive to just t criticism but unchecked misrepresentation long enough continued makes reputation and It has made for us a reputation that has formed a barrier to the proper de velopment of the State It Is a thing to be denied and rebuked with earnestness and dignity at every opportunity not only os a ratter of State pride but as a mat I ter of State welfare In all the long roll enll of States not one Important State will be mlulng not one that can toy any claim to rank as an enterprising Commonwealth Not one whose growth In wealth and population atte rs Its energy and progressive spirit There will be aligned the States that stand for progress for enlightenment for educa Lion for leadership Shall Kentucky eliminate herself from such a company and say to the world that we not oily repudiate the work our fath ers did la the cause of national expansion but that we do not care to be ranked among the enterprising States that we are welded to our Idols and only want the lousy woiU to stand out of our sunlight and let us alone with our mountain tends our political quarrels our uudevelopei wealth That wu dont want to bo ills turbed by the screech of factory whistles that we dont want loos olives searing our horses that wo dout want factories fpreadlng soot over the landscape that well keep our coal and our Iron and our lead and nine aunt tluorspni where they art for wo dont want tin lightly holes dug In the ground What do we care If men with money to Invesl pass us by for more hospitable Motes What do we ward with new population It might complicate the political situation What need liavo we for electric tractfm lines Wot gut one or two and the oK carryall will do for a while longer with new Kjiokc or two and an extra wrap on the shaft when tho roads are not too bail Men of Kentucky that U the verdlcl that our Indifference to this opportunity would both Invite and justify and It Is a verdict that would belle the Slate and Its people We inure a few luoAsbacks yet for I doubt not there were even thorn bushes- to the Onrden of ndeii We have peopl left who art comfortable only when jog Ring along In tint wellworn ruts A reasonable State pride Is wIll enough but a State pride that dues not express It self In emulative deeds Is a hybrid thing mere flourish and strut and silly pretense gaining nothing but ridicule and I fear that with somo of our good people State pride has omitted lulu mere self rotu plaeenoy with the conviction that whatever Is Is all right and that nay sugges tion of Improvement Is a suggestion of dis yet there Is work to be done For Kentucky Is an undeveloped State with rich resources and whatever stands In the way of the development of those resources whether It be unwise laws whether It tx our own ignorance of these resources or whether It be Indifference at home and Ignorance and misconception abroad mint be swept aside With the largest known area of coking coal In the world we produce only four tenths of one per mitt of all the coke pro duced In the Inlted States and though Ye are now rapidly Increasing our product we yet rank only ninth as a coke producer be ing lu this respect outranked even by Mas sachusetts which his no coking veal at all but must bring It all trout Nova Scotia With practically the name coal area as West Virginia wo tome annually only onefourth ns much coal With twice the veal area of Alabaica we urine annually only about onehalf is much cal With splendid timber at our very doors we send It North to tit trade lulu lurid ture and other articles and be shipped buck a splendid stock raising country about ns the annual product of our buth crlng and meat packing establishments Is little pore titan onetenth that of Indium With vast fields of natural oil we are only just brgluutng to detelop them stud have ns yet not a single petroleum refinery lu the State With a large part of our State M thickly populated as to Invite the construction of Interurban traction line we have only three such lines In operation with a total of less than 40 tulles of track while our neighboring State of Indiana Is already a network of Interurban lines With twentyfight counties wholly un touched by teani railways and others that are barely skirted by them we built only liZ miles of railway from 1MW to and In 1W1 only 33 miles though the total new construction In the South In the de rode was lrvw mlllti and In the United States 1433 miles With vast deposits of Iron ore wo have declined as a producer of pig Iron and In IWl produced only a pitiful ltoX 0 tons against Alabamas more than la1s10tone- Yet twentyfive years ago the pig Iron pro duction of the two State was stout equal In Iron and steel manufactures though our actual output line increases our rank ruining the States has declined from sev enth In IbTU to eleventh In lSO and thirteenth In hops though we have Improved lour rank lu the last ten years having stool only sixteenth In In sidle of the natural resources and advantages that should make us a great Iron and steel State we are outranked by such States as Maryland Indiana and New Jersey which can rat compare with us In such advantages With vast deposits of the finest clays whose value Is becoming known to the trade and which wu are at last especially In l astern Kentucky beginning to appre date and to develop we still rank no hatter than fourteenth as a producer of clay products Our Improvement is shown by the fact that we ranked only twentysecond In ISM After having been all this time In Ignor slice of the fact that we hail valuable de posits of lead and zinc and fluorspar we are just beginning the profitable develop went of these dejioslts material that the commercial world needs and will pay a good price for With all the facilities and advantages that Invite profitable manufacturing wa have only within the past few years begun to wake red progress as a manufacturing State In all the essentials of abundant and accessible raw materials cheap and Inexhaustible fuel splendid transportation facilities nearness to great market being within a short distance of the center of population cheap and Intelli gent labor and favorable climate we yet rank only eighteenth as a manufacturing State I cite these facts la no spirit of detraction but In support of my statement that Kentucky It an undeveloped State I cite them In no spirit of discouragement but rather to Indicate the splendid field In which we have to labor and the possible results that wait only upon our will cite them In no spirit of disloyalty to the State wa love but rather because I would see It sake greater haste toward that goal cf material prosperity that Is so easily within Its reach I do not believe that I overestimate1 either the value of this Kxposltlou as a pluco for exploiting our State or the necessity of thus advertising It lu this I am vindicated by tho Judgment of many Kentucky firm which will spend thousands of dollars upon exhibits to advertise their own enterprise I am vindicated also by tIe fact that every civilized nation on earth Is preparing to be represented anti that Florida seems likely to ho the only one of all our own Stair and territories that Is not olive to the opportunity You will obnorve that I am counting Kentucky lu the list of progressives for Kentucky must be there It Is to bn the largest Worlds Fair yet attempted covering nearly twice the area of the Chicago Worlds fair and backed by nearly tau 000000 of capital Conditions lay upon Kentucky the most urgent Injunction to make the most of the opportunity here afforded to put before the world her In vitation to those men of brain and brawn and capital who build up the Industries of a great State It Is the purjiose of tho Kentucky Kx hlblt Association to extend that Invitation In a practical woyIo demonstrate by striking displays and by every possible oceans of Information the commercial value of Kentuckys resources and Its advantages as a location for commercial and Industrial enterprises W T Kano of Fallsburg Is arrang tug an exhibit of Angora goat fleeces for tho Kentucky display lie writes that bo can furnish alfalfa grown 1200 feet above the sea level J r TL Worlds Men of Mighty Purpose Inspiring Words on the Final Triumph I of Truth Right and Justice I p By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAJV From The rower ol Truth Published by Brsnttiio1 areTrun counter to criticism of Inferiors men who voluntarily bear crosses for what they acv cept as right even without the guaran tee of a crown They are tibia who Kindly go down Into the depths of si knee darkness nod oblivion but only to emerge like dlvertwlth pour In hi their hands lie who labors untiringly toward the attainment of some noble aim with eyes fixed on the star of some mighty purpose as the magi followed the star In the east Is a reformer He who Is loyal to the Inspiration of some great religious thought and with strong hand loads weak trembling steps of faith into till glory of certainty Is n reform er lie who follows the thin thread of some revelation of nature in any of the sciences follows it in the spirit of truth through a maze of doubt hope experiment nod questioning till the tiny guiding thread grows stronger and firmer to hula touch leading him to some wondrous Illumination of natures law Is a reformer lie who goes up alone Into the moon talus of truth nnd glowing with the rudlnncu of some mighty revelation returns to force the hurrying world to listen to hula story U a reformer Whoever seeks to work out for him self his destiny the life work that all bU nature tells him should be his bravely calmly and with duo consid eration of the rights of others and his duties to them is a reformer These mcji who renounce the com monplace stud conventional for higher things are reformers because they are striving to bring about new conditions They are consecrating their lives to Ideals They are the brave aggressive vanguard of progress They are men who can stand a siege who can take tang forced marches without a tour mur who set their teeth and low their heads as they tight their way through the smoke who smile at the trials and privations that dare to daunt them They cure naught for the hardships and perils of the tight for they ore ever inspired by the sag of triumph that seems ulreudy waving on the citadel of their hopes When Nature decides on any man as a reformer she whispers to him hU grout message she places In his hand the star of courage she wraps around him time robes of patience and self re liance and starts him on his way Then In order that ho may have strength to live through It all she mercifully culls him back for a moment and snakes hlmIn optimist The way of the reformer is hard very hard The world knows little of It for It Is rare that the reformer ro veals the sours of conflict the pangs of hope deferred the mighty waves of despair that wash over a great pur pose Sometimes men of sincere situ anti unselfish high ambition weary and worn with the struggle hove permitted the world to hear an uncontrolled frob of hopelessness or a word of Momentary bitterness at the seeming emptiness of nil effort Hut men of great purpose and noblo Ideals must know that tilt path of Uw reformer Is loneliness They mutt live from within rather than In de pendence on sources of help from without Their mission their exalted aim their supremo object In living which focuses all their energy must be their source of strength amid Inspira tion The reformer must over light the torch of his own Inspiration Ills own hand must ever guard the sacred flame as he moves steadily forward on his lonely way The reformer In morals In educa tlon in religion In sociology In Inven tion In philosophy In any line of aspi ration Is ever a pioneer Ills privi lege Is to blaze the path for others to mark at his peril a road that others may follow in safety He must not ex pect that the way will be graded and asphalted for him he must realize that he must face Injustice Ingratitude opposition misunderstanding the cruel criticism of contemporaries and often hardest of all the wondering reproach of those who love him best Ho must not expect the tortolso to sympathize with the slight of the eagle A great purpose Is ever an Isolation Should a soldier leading tho forlorn hope complain that the army Is not abreast of him I Tho glorious oppor tunity before him should so inspire him absorb him that ho will care naught for the army except to know that It he lead as he should and do that which the crisis demands tho army must follow The reformer must realize without a trace of bitterness that the busy world cares little for his struggles it cares only to joy In his haul triumph It will share Ills feasts but not his taste Christ was alone In Gethsemane but at the sermon In tile wilderness where food was provided time attendance was 4000 Tho world Is honest enough In Its attitude It takes time for the world to realize to accept and to assimilate a large truth Since the dawn of history the great conservative spirit of every age that ballast that keeps the world In poise wakes the alow acceptance of great truths an essential for Its safety It wisely requires t roof clear abso t lute undeniable attestation before It fully accepts Sometimes time perfect enlightenment takes years sometimes generations It Is but the safeguard of truth Time Is the supreme test the final court of appeals that winnows out the chaff of false claims pretended revelation empty boast aud Idle dreams Time Is the touchstone that finally reveals all true gold Time proc ass Is slow stud the fate of the worlds geniuses and reformers In the balance of contcniorary criticism should have a sweetness of consolation rather thou the bitterness of cynicism If the greatest leaders of tho world leave hud to wait for recognition should we whose best work urny be but trifling In comparison with theirs expect putout sympathy appreciation and cooperation where we are merely growing toward our own attainment Tint world ever says to Its leaders by Its attitude If not In words If you would lead us to higher realms of thought to purer Ideals of life amid flush before us like the handwriting on the wall all the possible glories of the velopment you must pay the price for it not we The world says in pros lieu If not In words Give us a new tad and we will prostrate ourselves In the dust give us n new philosophy a marvelous revelation a higher coucep tion of life and morality and we way puss you by but posterity will pay for It Send your messages C O D aud posterity will settle for them You ask for bread posterity will give you a stone called a monument Time world Is Impartial In its meth ads It says ever You may surer now but we will give you later fame Posthumous fame means that tho In dividual nwy shiver with cold but lute grandchildren will get fur lined ul stern the Individual plants acorns his posterity sells the oaks Posthumous fame or recognition is a check wade out to the Individual but payable only to his heirs Tim world says with a large airy sweep of the baud Tbe opposition to progress Is all In the past the great rev former or the great genius Is recog nized today No In the put they tried to kill a great truth by opposition Now we gently seek to smother It by making It n fad So It Is written In the book of human nature The saviors of the world must ever bo martyrs Th death of Christ on the cross for the people be bad come to save typifies the temporary crud fixion of public opinion that comes to all who bring to the people the tars sage of mane great truth some clearer revelation of time divine Truth right smith justice must triumph No matter bow slight seem results how dark the outlook the glorious con summation of the past the revelation of the future must come And Christ lived thirty years and he bad twelve disciples Otto deuced him one doubt ed him one betrayed him and the oth er nine were very human And In tho supreme crisis of bis life they all for look him and flout but today bis tol lowers are millions o Sizing Vp Humanity In Epigram By WILLIAM GEORGE JOHBAN Some meu will cheat even In soil taireOne ounce of prevention is worth six pound of coroners Inquest When n wan permits a torchlight procession to parade through a powder magazine It Is not courteous for him to refer to the subsequent explosion as one of the mysterious workings of Providence ideal success In life means the Indi viduals conquest of himself Tbe great question Is not What have Ifbut What am IT Truth Is not a dress suit consecrated to special occasions It Is the strong well woven durable homespun for dally living Like tho blind Bthnson struggling la the temple the Individual whose life Is based on trickery always pulls down the supporting columns of his own edL flee and perishes In the ruins He who thinks all mankind Is Tile II a pessimist who mistakes his Intro spectlon for observation Profuse expressions of gratitude do not cancel an Indebtedness any moro than a promissory note settles an ac count It Is a beginning not a finality Tho man who lies to save a nickel merely proclaims that bo esteems u nickel more than he does bit honor The man who keeps his religion In camphor all week and wbo takes It out only on Sunday la not true Marrying a man for his money means marrying the money and taking too man as a mortgage on tbe property Life Is not a competition with others In Its truest sense It U rivalry wltb ourselvesReputation Is the shell a man dta- canil when he leaves life for Immortality His character be takes with him Poverty has no necsssary place In Ute It ls a disease that results from the weakness sin and selfishness of lumanlty From The Power of Truth fubUibed bj BreutaWa CORRECT BREATHING Bow to 1rba1 red EbaletornGood Exercise The air In the bottom of many a paIr of lungs U like the donut air In an un ventilated cellar A conscious effort must IM made to expel the residual sir at the base of the lungs for chest expansion blood purification radiant health nnd lasting bounty IHip breathing exercises through the nostrils never the mouth should bn practiced night and morning says the New York News Thorough r splra iota Increases the real corpuscles of the blood end purlnYi time entire clrcuta tory system Thorough respiration frees the lung of the noxious curtain gas nnd iKnllly Impurities thrown off III the unit ot watery vapor of the breath At least ten deop Inhalations of fresh air should la taken upon or before rising every morning and thi salve be ton going to Lied every tnight These may Iw taken either In nil upright or recumbent position It lying down lie list upon the bark arms extended and slowly Inhale through the nostrils Try to till every air cell of time lungs The nlxlonuit should rite first then the chest as the lungs become Inflated After holding the breath a little expel It slowly through the lips Fill suit empty the lungs as thoroughly as inxuilble amid try to realize that health vitality en orgy and Uauty are lu lIch Incoming breath and Impurity weakmmi aud dimas are being discarded with every exhalation The breath Is the life How Clvsm Tenets Shell Tortoise shell that lies lMi ome dingy mny lit cleaned by wiping the article with u soft cloth then rubblug well with n paste made of rotten stone and sweet oil next applying jewelers rouge cud flimsily polishing with a pleve of chants Treutnifiit like this Is not nsjulnnl often If shell plus and combs are polished frequently with chamois Hew t0 Drly Awry Irnits of raw cotton or wadding sat orated wjth the oil of nnyroyal 1llll1llI11I corners on closet shelves end lu loses or drawers will drive sway several kinds of objectionable linnets cockroach ants etc says the Wool ans Home Companion Placrd In r saucer III he window It will Iu li drive away ties Saturated pads vf the pvnnyroynl plnctil between time mattress smith around the lad will drive tawny the plague not given In time list of tliuw with which Egypt lvnt scourged for her sins For this dniid ful Iitlit another excellent preventive and cure U an application to InfestiM places of equal purls of kerosene and spirits of turiMiitlne Put time notation In the joints and cracks of the tart about the surbase and In miy other places where the limits lucre found lodgment card till nil creeks with hand nonp that cnn tar treated This is an old fashioned stud reliable rcuiytly How ta Halt Claw Honlllun Chop a pint of clams fine nud put them over time lire In a porcelain lined saucepan with their liquor Simmer for five minutes thou add a pint of water a dash each of mace paprika and celery salt strain pour into cup and put a spoonful of whipped cream upon the surface of each cup of time bouillon sow to Car For Hard Wood Floor Few housekeeper understand bow to care for hard wood floors Simple or elegant there is but one mode of treatment Sever put a drop of oil of any kind upon them If soiled ruts them or thoroughly with a flannel cloth wet with turpentine When dry apply a preparation of wax When this Is finished and dry polish them with a cloth or brush made for the purpose until clear and shining as the quality of the floor will admit This carefully done will keep n wooden floor in perfect condition How to Core UlstCMptr Sirup of buckthorn will curt dogs of distemper If given In time Three or four doses should bo given dully and about a teaspoouful at a time Let time animal sleep near time fire and feed It on hot milk until its appetite conies back How to Act la a tick HOOSB Never whisper In an Invalids room To most people It Is Intensely Irritat tug If you went to say anything that it Is best not for the patient to hear go Into another room to say Dont allow household annoyances to be ape ken of In time sick room Only cheerful topics should be discussed Ileuiember that when a person Is lying on his back be Is deprived of the protection of his eyelids from time light therefore blinds and curtains should be adjusted with this fact In view How to BrfsjhtoB Metals There Is nothing equal to finely slit ed coal ashes for brightening metals of all kindsbrass tin copper nickel Rub over with a damp cloth dipped In the ashes FeeabrHow PalBsi Wash time leaves of your palms with tepid water containing a few drops of glycerin and a little soapsuds This will open their pores and make them look fresh Wash both sides of each leaf the upper side because you like to see It shine the underside that the plant may breathe which function Is performed by the undersIde of tbe leaves How to Dry wt Glove Gloves that have been wet should be allowed to dry In a cool room When they are dry the pliability may be re stored by massaging them with olive oil r At JQlmal try Per Little Plk The Gentleman Boar Thcie was once n wild boar who was dissatisfied with himself because the people so often mistook him for a pig ii uui not n pig though I do look like one a little bit be said to him self and I do not want people to think that I am a pig Hut what am I to dot I cant run nrutiud all the time crying Tin no pig Im a heart I know just what Ill do said he Ill dress myself up and be a gentle man and then people will nut only oat call me n pig but they will see that 1 niu n flue fellow So away he went to a bat store end bought hlmxelf a black bat aud at the tobacco shop be bought a pipe aud a Jilt of tobacco lie put on his bat and he stuck the pipe In his mouth stud just proud as a peacock beset down on a corner aud waited fur people to tome along and admire bins lint they came without admiring bins What ou earth is that thlugT they askvd all they passed Aud strange to lilY nobody answered that that was a na ar taws OK A exoaasa gentleman Most of tbrui said that he was a hug and tbe others said be had no souse So after awhile Mr Wlltt Ilonr grin turned to a pout aud dual ly he grew as wed as ever he cuuld gut Hut the worst came when tbe little animal gathered at a sate distance and laughed at him aud threw stones over tilt way Time hour could endure- It no lunger He slipped away lute tine woods threw bit tobacco lu thus creek and mnaihed bis plH into a thousand tiny pletv on a greet big stuns Then he put a heavy itone lu his hat nod sank It to the bottom of tbe spring Ill never try such a foolish trick aa that ngulii he wisely said Moral Flue clothes tobacco smoke dont make tbe ItutJewauIChicago Tribune JQ Aolrpl Story Per Little Pol- kRoosters Golf Ball Itooxten are as a rule very sensible fellows but they sometimes make mistakes just as we all do Now John Hoottter was considered a real smart young man and all the little chickens had htm pointed out to them as au ex ailed model for them to mold their lives by But John was not without error Among other things be was very fond of golf a genie all of you young folks lute beard of but I doubt If many of you have played On our certain day uot long ago he was unlucky enough to lose all his loll bulls by driving them tutu a wide swamp from which It was Impossible for him to recover theta without lilt ting stuck lu time wIre himself So John darted for his home fettling rather bad that bls aport had been In terrupted In this tuauuer On till way be came to a little clump of bushes and peering down behind It he saw a nice white egg Isnt that a pretty eggs John asked himself Wily should that nut make a good golf balir The Idea seemed to him to be a good one so he took the egg out of tha KB AlllsU I1IS OOLV STICK AT IT bushes and put It on a little knoll and aimed his golf stick at It Then Iwbrought the stick down with a aud of course you kuow what hap pened Time eggshell was broken Into a thousand pieces and the contents were spilled all over the ground While John was gating sorrowfully at the result of his foolishness along came a half dozen motherly old Lens What have done tb 4maZtUlontone of our beautiful eggs and waste It la this manner And without waiting for an answer they pitched Into him and pecked cad pecked biaaail be bad hardly a teeth er tPlttburg Dispatch k A DEVOTED MOTHER It I had n llttie sick dolly know nitre I should do would tend U It li cure anil give It frtih ulr And to the doclora too And then If tliv doctor rtiould hand m tiunic rand pills from the shflf And dolly Kuld Oh I cant take them 110- 1Ill swallow them all myself fat you knuxv of cournr could never UK- lurcr Bo Id allow iktm all mystlf- Vi i Trn a cnrtful young mother When dollies are Irk and weak J turbid them to walk I dont let them talk Nor even permit them to iptuk In winter I give them u straw ride Wrll wrapped upli each little Ilf- Altl Miilllin to see with what vigor and glen sonktlgdngandalnghtgtnyaelt The iiriivlflsli and gaud and vtbn mother rhould- Do the skipping end sinning hiritlf lithclwyn Wctberatd In Youth Com lntilou WATCHING THE HERRING Tbry Orlnlulr Ire Ile 4urrrrit of Flub In Their lIUHkr sit fold aad Cloudy VVrHllifr 1 hail bun wulchhg tile herring for nil Lour or inure at they struggled through the sluice lu the dam The loll of the water user the Kite viat iintikuuil henvj that day al wasnlio the run of lirrrltiff For a week they lad Iwen KtrnKKlliiff in fruiti the act lint lixlny they poured in by thousand The stream lilt clogged Sonitltitif their Incrcaird uurn lirr and jrealfr rivalry perhaps had uoiva ii Tim HTHEAU lUtlcraMy excited be flih They seined electric with It IVrliapt thU school had been delayed by the cold April weather and now limit reach to lay thtlr eggs and were InMurry Whatever tin cause they rrrtalnly eemed In be In a hurry for I had nrrer seen them scramble over the iliokls nod over our another in quite this huh before The wiunml excitement was lessy manifest in their mad rush upMrenTn than in their still madder null nt the fiilln On any running day few of the tinnier bolder fl h finding their wny barred by a fourfoot dam try In climb over through the downpour htgshtelof water The bait majority however nut unlike I suppose the n majority of men coming to the Sra osilblc harrier stop In time envy pen built for them bcnruth the fulls and ure content to be scooped out for pick Hug and llslibult most of them though n few are carried up In barrel to the npnwnlngponilf lout today it wns different Intend of the usual few there were many lighting to get user I hud wutditd theta time and time again but hnd never etn one pass the four feet of hheer falling water In Wild Life Sear Home hnvcdetcribedhnw they would dart through the fotim into the great iheet of water strike It like un arrow rise straight up through It hung nn iiiMniit In mldfall and be hurled hack and killed often on the rock beneath Today T111I a new thrill as watched them Something of the evident excitement among the film pometicd me I Mimeliow knew tint ai the horse men put it The track was lulu to- anythat the swimmers were on their mettle that a record would bt broken The falls were all a flash and agllt ter with the during fishes Not only was there a great number In the con teat there was also a much higher andIteru foot of the Up of the gate Soon I noticed that It teemed to be a certain Uh tint made this highest mark followed her she fell back and though It wot Impossible through the foam und thick ruth of other forums to keep her In sight yet I am slur that each time she ruse it wan with n peculiar bound showing a particularly long Tithe body And each time she fell peculiar good luck attended or else it was that her superior fenw and training served here for rack time the landed just between or jutt beyond the rocks Again the flatbed through the funin and hung flied like a silver arrow In the dark water just below the edge Again the fell I won excited Klothl flash nuhla score of the thlnlng ones shut into the fall when nver them above them flatbed the lung lithe turn of the winner striking one of the weaker rivals beneath her just as she reached her highest mark and bounding ildewUe from her glanced over the dam and was gone The record was broken and within ire minute by the erne curious bap another turned her tiher tide over the great hurdle and dived Into the quiet pool beyond It is a rather paradoxical state of things that creatures like there fish hate cloudy cold weather and rain and will not leave the derail willingly for the shallow fresh water unless the sun shines nail the wine suits and the temperature is to their liking There Is some reason for the chickens ItO In when it rains but whnt nerd have herrings of umbrella Dnllak Lure Sharp In St Nicholas ntnriillr The Student fine fellow has Oil work cut out for him The College Man Vhnt fellow Thei Student My tailor lliimrd Lampoon They Ho Tliro Itruwa WliHt do men do when they get Lath legislature pap7 Why they du corporations al- TsouYonker Statesman A IIppy Faculty Young Tutter to tlolttuI Jue had a very pleasant evening Hut tluea I always Manage to enjoy myself n matter where I am Life Shy a Wnlrrfull Roar The roar of it waterfall Is produced almost entirely by the bursting u inllliniiM of ulr bllilblI I VEKY simple but beautiful experiment may be made by any bright 11 boy vli a straight Tamp chimney the kind used with the Argued or the Webibach gaslight First cut a narrow strip of tinfoil und prate it around the chimney in the middle Then plate n strip of the same frosts our end of the liimieyto within about half an hitch of the band In the middle Yow take n bristle brush the kind made to oleuti lamp chimney with andover its bristles wrap a perfectly dry silk handkerchief Until the rhlnmry In your left linnd no that your linger do not ouch the tinfoil anywhere and putting the kllkcovered brush into the chimney rub It briskly back and forth ThU lwrt of the puperlment xbonld be made In the dark and if while rubbing the chimney you take the brush out now nnd then you will see every tine you do no a big spark of electricity jump from one piece of tin foil to the other In other word the friction made by the rubbing has turnrfj the lump chimney Into an electrical machine Anrtther tattyexperhnett Miyn the Hrooklyn Kngle may be nitida with this little dovlc Wrap n pine of iron or brats wire uroiiml thin middle band of tinfoil letting our rod hang down live or six Indies To tits end nttMh ficVernl ntrlps of cigarette paper In a bunch Xow put the brush Into the chimney at tilt opposite end to that lined at first and rub It briskly The electricity thus generated will fjo Into the strips ot Upper amid mum ca them Bland out from each other ux If theywere alive and triJRKlIng to get an far apart ns possible If the paper be cut out to form two cuts the result will be very Inter rktlrij nid nmusliifj These rxperlmcutu are heat mode in perfectly dry weather and it 17th also to vuriu both chimney and han kerchief at the fire FFFG44GF FG FFGGFGFFGFG C C Ft GC Fk4GGFGGFFCG CFGFGCRatFG 2- o FROM ALL OVER TH ESTATE Oo1iyRr Ji1A99D9O 9 iI J 9D 991I9t7999 T 39 ii 3JA rr GRAY HADDIX MISSING He Disappeared From Jackson After Threats of Assassination Jackson Ky June 27nrny Had fix who the principal whites n uliiKt Kd Thorp and Jot Crawford cjargcd with hurting Kwcns hotel here Just after I wen hind teBtllMM oiiulnat Jett nnd White charged with thv usHnshlnntlon of J hit Marciim II was reported Friday morning la miK fug lladdlx has been under guard for a part of the time since the arrost ol Crawford and Tharp lie wait attacked once by two of the Margin henchmen on the bridge and they were Hunt In jail for aHHaiilt with a pistol Later he reported an attempt to hurt hula liouvc down A few days ago he told a sol dler that he had been threatened wilt nsRKHHlnatlon If he testified against Crawford anti Tharp before the special grand jury to be called here on July 29 to investigate the charges of arson and bribery The town was quiet Thursday night Mrs Kwen huts rented a house ami will attempt to carry out the contracts of her husband with the Harglsei Tho men they employed were turned out by people boarding then for fear of the HarglBes and now she says tlir men refuse to work on the contract aId she may not be able to complete It after nIL- THE SECOND REGIMENT The Balance of the Companies Will Be Called to Jackson Frankfort Ky June OGov Heck hag has determined to take advantage of the necessity for keeping state troops at Jackson Hreatiltt county by making that place the scene of tar annual camp of Instruction for all sol diets of the Second regiment of time Kentucky guards This will relieve the state consid erable as the camp of instruction In especially necessary this year In ad- Vance of the combined maneuvers wltl the regular soldiers of the department of the lakes which Is to be held In thU state In October next The companies at Lexington nail ville and Shelbyvllle and the batteries at Ixmlsvlllc have already had camp experience at Jackson and the other companies of the Second will be called there during July or dates to be fixed by Adjt Gen Murray The soldiers of time Third regiment will be III lied somewhere In Western Kentucky for ten days In August alter the special court at Jackson closes EVENING CHURCH SERVICES For the FIt Time In Months They Were Held In Jackson Ky Jackson Ky June 29or the first time In many months evening cSurch services were held Sunday nlnht prior to this time the citizens being afraid to leave their homes after dark Tom Tharp who Introduced the usual Saturday nlgM shooting carnival was arrested by provost guards after 0 twomile chase over the mountain This Incident had n iiuletltiK effect Saturday night and Sunday A feeling ol security Is returning to citizens and every arrest strengthens this Jon Crawford and Kd Tharp the men ac cased of burning Ewers hotel were released on 1000 hall bunds and will return to work for Judge Hurgls Jack and Island Howard and Jeff Thnrp lea their surety Their cases will he token up by the special grand jury July 20 FIRST TIME IN MANY WEEKS Judge Hargis Held Court In Jackson Ky Monday Jackson Ky June 3Oor the flint tine In many weeks County Juiljst Harris Monday held court Deput Sheriff Doug Hays one of the deputies under Callahan ai rested Joe Ialmci and Sandy OConnor Sunday for ate turbing public worship In tilt county two miles from lucre and Judge liar gill fluted them 20 and costs each Police JUIK Cardwell held court again Monday and had before him Tom Tharp on a charge of llsclmrs tIlt firearms In the city limits Thor was fined 20 costs also Mrs OBrien Petition Lexington Ky June 27Mrs E C OHrlcn of Memphis mother of Claude OHrlen the condemned murderer ot IL Chinn wno hiss been circulating a petition In behalf of her wayward son has succeeded In getting 39 liamps of Lexington business men signed to the petition Sold Examination Questions Oreenup Ky June 29rank Urn nett jr wax arrested upon a warrant sworn out by County Superintendent Jan M Literal charging hum wits sell- Ing the school examination questions Dennett pleaded guilty and was lined heavily and Ills certificate revoked Gameness Cost His Life Frankfort Ky June 29John Thomas a tfvRra boy was drowned In the Kentucky river here Sunday aft moon Ills companions dared him to swim to a certain place mid he re plied cant swim much but will do It or drown Bride 0nly 14 Years Old Paducah Ky Juno 27J C New hill aged 34 lint Miss Kntle Smith aged 14 years were married hero Miss Smith is one of the youngest per sons wlro ever secured a marriage II cense in McCracken county THE FEUDISTS FIGHT One Is Dead and Two Others Badly Wounded Jackson Ky June 2JNews reach ed here Sunday night of a fight In the wipe of Hreahltt county near Daisy Hull between the Hanietts and the Hnikerv In which Hiram Harnctt way killed and John Henry Hacker and Joe Hacker were wounded The trouble grew out of the Hargle Cardwell feud here and was over PIU Leila Hums the pretty daughter ol Joseph Utirnn and a niece of Utirni Fitzpatrick the Magoflln county man who Lung the jury In the murder trial of Curtis Jett and Tom White here last week The men Involved all live In Manofnn county but the trouble oo ciirred In this county The men had met on Saturday night nt the home of Miss Hums and one ol them told her that John Henry Hacker with whom site was greatly In love had wild her uncle Hums Fltzpatrlck came hack to MagolHn county Mth n fine rifle after he had hung the jury la Jackson Hacker became furious and In n few minutes the young men repaired to the front porch and In all there were about a dozen shots fired with the above result THE PARDON RECORDS Petition of the Commercial Club Press Company Answered Frankfurt Ky June 30Gov Deck ham and Secretary of Slate Mora day afternoon by counsel answered the petition of the Commercial Press Co of Louisville and George Riley Its correspondent here for a man damus requiring that Riley be tthowu the pardon records of the department Riley It will be recalled was ejected from the state department by Got Hockham on June 9 last The answers are to the effect tlmt Riley Is not reliable that he was not forcibly ejected and that the records have been open every day to time Com mercial Press Co and that It now dally takes advantage of It by sending a reliable man to Inspect them Thj governor also demurs to the petition for the reason that he Is not custodian- of the state department records IRUN DOWN BY A TRAIN Riley Brock Husband of Former Will of Gen C M Clay Killed Versailles Ky June 30Xw lUll been received here that Illley frock need 33 was killed by a train neat Longview III He was the husband of Dora Clay the young country girl whose brief wedded life with Gen CusIiiB M Clay lightened the bunion of age on the Sage of Whitehalls shoulders and formed one of the romantic Incidents in the venerable Kcntuckians life Hrock a sawmill hand married her after she hall sep orated from Clay That Clay still hoe affection for his former girl wife It shown by the fact that he gave her a number of valuable articles and heir loons SMACKED LIPS IN THE TUNNEL Mrs Ella M Barber Sues the Louisville d Nashville For Damages Lexington Ky June 27Mrs Ella M Uarber flied suit Friday ngnlnfi the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co far 5000 damages She alleges that she was Ii salted by male passenger on one of the companys trains wail riding front Louisville to this citycm Sunday April 23 last She states that vie was the only lady In the couch and that while going through a tunnel the men smacked their lips as if kiss dug tome one called to another up am down the car Quit your kissing willi you and made other remarks to y chnme and mortification Missed Rat and Hit Girl Owlngevllle Ky June 27On tit Knglnnd oil field Paul Clifton a mer chant was firing at rats with a piato- women n ball went through the wall o the store glanced on a rock anti struck Mary Glbbs aged 10 years in the lei side of the heath penetrating about two inches She Is fatally hurt War On Slot Machines at Lexington Lexington 30The Fay ette county grandJury which baa been In session all month returned batch of Indictments to the court had its time extended for another week More than 100 saloon proprle tore have been Indicted for operating slot machines Hurt In a Railway Wreck Uurgln Ky June 30A signal box light went out causing a collision hers between two sections of a Southern freight train Fireman W H Morrla of Paris Ky was probably fatally In JllredICreighton After Horses Lexington Ky June 29Col John D Crelghton the noted horseman of Omaha Neb and proprietor of Or chard ParR farm this city arrived ire from time west and Is now select lag his racing string which ho pro poses to ship In a few days An Honor For William T Cole Grtenup Iynne 30 William T Cole the only democratic lawyer In town has had the degree of LLD conferred upon him by the Nashvlllo university of law He Is a grailupta from Vnnderbllt university Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who hard tbemnclTts cat rpcml a ranch or little u they choowcn living ex i nct It pays to have a little extra money lnrh t arcs harks and other things But the necessary lijXDWs are onlY w follows To par the nrHrtsf Limn HALL School Incidental Fee I 60 H fin Ki iilul Fw 2S Li petlM1 hooks etc about 2 W 2 Irnrral Drrmult uo id KuruUhcd Room fuel ft rittt Months maid 5 W Idrtag17W jjji nrtngthetcrmpcnsea Igiunlull 2d Mo Bard W r Beginning 3d Mo Biwid ft 00 M 250 lent Ikpotlt returned 00 I ford KipMiie II Wrrki 37 OO fi For those UlnwJA Irnnimtr deduct the 12 lot baoknindfl frnm Incidental lee making the Dial only 2tDII When tour girls room together ench tare 12 or store on roim sod furl making the total ouly taBO ii SMC below lirmninar Room sad fuel nut one Hollsr more the wlutrr term Two rooms for hotiMkrrplnc wllh stove etc vn usually he rentnl or Irora l In 16 a term the price o1 a big rnlf a Mule lan burk or a few liuniiifiuii bed rvvers will jltnn liirui nt acliixil whlrh will rhnna I whole life oar the brtlcrt Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer I BUILDING ISOTRADE MARKS DcsuoestCOPYRIGHTS c AnynneAndmngakHrhanddecrlptlnnmarnlckl Intention Is rtrohnblr tvitntiljtbln OminninfrA lion mrlctlT mnOdontlnl llsmlbnnli tin laments paloriixIAtcnUrpeeltl notice without chanto In the Scientific American- tmndcnmet lltnimirvl lfaI Ia it rtr dilnLlnn of any rieiitls1ii lonrnal Term II nrtfour rnnntbilt odballnedealera YQTkaraaoh LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tim Table In Eltoct May 24 1103 cluing Nuilli Trnln llally Leave Uerea 2fa in Arrive Itichmonil Jl r la in Arrive 1ariH 5051 m Arrive Cincinnati 7JIn linlnc North Trxln llwlly Leave Bertw 12 15 Pnt Arrive Richmond H5 p m Arrive IariH 11111 p in Arrive Cincinnati li l1 p in liiilne Soiilh Triitn Unity Leave lierna II p ulrArrive livlugston205 piii lnliiR Smith frail lmsSI Leave Heron 11 24 p in Arrive Iiviugelou12f0a in Trauma No and No 5 niakx ron unction at IivingHton for Jullico anil tbe South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR IALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID KENTUCKY WORLDS FAIl School children tad public Invited to vote to popularInrents each ten hat at one time All money over and above trip expense of teach ers logo tale ere of the Kentucky nulldlog II the Ax voter thus clven satinfartlon or knowing aworthyause and important object have been tOcteh rhereceived time a recognition Content con ducted auspices ol Kdnratlonal txhlbil Com mittre of rihllilt Anaoclationltie organization for mid to rake lionmi for a Kentucky UiUUliar full dlnplay proiduels 0 Fair the LexIMnliire hiving flrpIlaIon8l le v lMllirrlrachtr In pub tic or private schools o- rmrmbetoffaeullpofacadtmymllegeoruniresdtymedialAculalorlhr lrkallttstltutlun the Educationor Inhibit ornmittee alone rxrepted Names ot nil school children to be enrolled In the Kentucky BolMlnp at the Kfn exhibit nnlernationaleventtintheworlds- latI ialaceofitdcatmowf11TheExpositi ls to be the neatest The IM leacber chOMn will be lucky I uckedl a bela to the Hair Every county elrcti its own tuott popular educator Thecoual oulddeofJReruoaadlaglheisrgrlu- umberof vulel will be allowed to scud two teacherstile most popular nio popular m TOTES HILL BE TES CISTS ElCr TES COSSTtTCTWa BALLOT forbhirPARCTT8 OP PtTlLS OR AST OF THEIR FRIEXD8 MAT TOTE Associ ation txiog to elect the in out school teacher in each sisotvusdeedDthe public pilIatrealowsttenvotes itmaybedonebywriting hlaotbernameemoneoflitespaces and irralt ting one dollar It Is not required that tbe name the raoD voting be jtall All nf tie f paces lor voters name a tnDl1e left blank TheAuoclatlonwants hoWevertoenrollMthe l entuckyUuildingatStLomaacxtyearthenameofeverychildwhoa t one or more votes la kbecouUsU fupils are to lip names to the ballots ALL EXPK3SES OT THE TEACHERS WILL BE PAID by the Association Ttla wilt Include railroad transportation from Louisville to St Louis and return board at one ol the best hotels the city for sU days and admission to Ute exporitloa giounds for six days IRan PARTIES WILL DE MADE WFROX THE OSTromARTKtrnER8 to male the trip more profilable aad more enjoyable Hacb onhne partl lit conatetofforty4olteuherThis would make a toll of Ioleacbefl but as there lire oaly n9conntitaenhtnturkytkeAr ocia t tlou his decided to allow two teachers the mot pular and the sec md most popular to go from that county Jefferson ecepted which casts the greatest number ef votes m contest ALL TEACHERS 15 THE STATE STAND OX AX EQUAL FOOTIXfl in this contest The teschcr with reecho more the teacher wllh five or fix times as rainy enrollediaimsoraerscboolbeansethevoting is not conSiird to children The public be an important factor Votes be cast for who taught school during or is teaching now Tlls oprortllaliloANT SHlBEn OF BILLOTS NAY BE CAST AT ORE TIRE There Is nollmlt The more dol lars sent iu for one teacher tbe more votes be or she wilt beaedltolwithO- NRIOILAmtCAnTa TUN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWRNTV VOTES THRKB OOJLAntCASTSTIIIRTVOFS FO R nOLLARSCA TS FORTYV01RSIIVU IILAIS CASTUIITY VOTIS TFx noLLARS CASTS A IIUNDx1D orltS oNlt uoL LARS CASTS ONB THOUSAND VOTES gerpensesofthettheexportionsoeveryvoterinthiscouteatmayhavetheaddltI teacher The votes trill be counted under Ute supervision of the kucatlouat tbhlbl Committee of the Association The personnel of this committee as follows l ror II G Drownell Louis vine Chairman Prof 11 VlIJcCheoaey Frankfort Prof RI JIalUck Louisville prof W II RtttrolomewLouisville ProfF FaulAnderan Lullllrton Dr Chase Palmer DaulIIe Pru Ident William Dlnwlodie Jackson Dr w C Frost IleeaDr B D Ilunloon uisvllle Dr U Y JuIIlDII Louisville Arthur Yllrer Ceo clowa Superintendent A CassldyLea Ington Superintendent FtL Iroe Fr1nKr011l prom G J Crabbe Pror DlcUeory SeecerfouledlleylbrPaltltF11111LeulsvlhexlnRmlly K Arrcktotonlrvlleuidlda I n Tucker Ipulartlte Members of the Educational Committee ore not eligible to election ht coaleltf BTEBT CODXTT ELECTS ITU 6HS ATORITR TEACHER Competition between counties to the rsce for tbe ucth trip the county outside of Jefferson casting the lelclvllta congratu latory measaee to the learner elected In each county Later the details of the trip wilt be arranged each tracer chosen being given the privilege selecting the wonlb June July or August i 4ln which be or she wants to make CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH ft Adof as the most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED tOeOtOc10c+aa toe toe- wnretatMl IV tOc10c 110c10c10care not ulrtd to algn want all school cblldrta them inlbeKeniachyBuilding- etch ollagtodooasitwlllenroll hue ballots fleece to the Secretary or tbe Associations to from wblcb clipped Addllionat ballots be obtaIned beettlaR air or lllia RtmlllalcCl be made by certilled nttAddressalleommtmkntlooitoLexpress or order or in currency at senderspostal money K n IIUOHKIS Secretary LoulivilleKy Subscribe for The Citizen t i r THE CITIZEN I j j J Bits of News V ItInteresting 1GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i + x II + II+ Miss Graco Clnrk spent the wee l in Cincinnati Ohio Miss Ruth Todd returned horn iron Ohorlin last Thursday Tlio public schools of Boron wil wapnn Monday July 13 at S oclool A MMiss Clyde Shepherd of CcliunO is spending the weok with her friem Mrs C L Hnnson Mrs C C Rhodes returned Sunday from n two weeks visit with relatives nntl friends at Hamilton Mrs Marsh and two small childrot left Monday for Knoxvillo to join Prof Marsh Thoy will rPinain five weeks Walter Hobo went ostcrday to Peoples Ohio to spend a wools with his brother Dr 01V hobo Mrs S LJIoag Mrs W G Frost and Mrs J J Branaumn wero guests at J C Armstrongs near Kingstono- n on Friday Helen Kueeland and Fannio Dow den went Monday for a two weeks visit with their friend Nannie flutes near Kingston Mrs GT Sponsor is making an extended visit with Mr Sponsors parents at Halloway Hastings county Ontario Canada Mrs H M Jones is in Knoxvillr this week whero shin will lecture in connection with tho summer school of the University or Tennessee J Coloy 1 Ogg the photographer lost a black coat Tuesday on tho Berea and Paint Lick pike The finder will please return to him or this ollice Mrs L M Pettily was called to Crab Orchard last Thursday on ac count of the sickness of her mother She returned Sunday leaving leer Ilmothermuch improvedt Prof J11 Dinsmoro will occupy the pulpit at the Union church Sun day morning The communion ser vice will be postponed one week when President Frost will preach Prof L V Dodgo went Tuesday to Lexington whero ho will attend tho seventeenth annual session of the k Kentucky Chautauqua President hr mill Mrs Frost will also occupy n tent there- On last Friday morning for the first time black smoke began to pour from the high chimney of the Mens Indus trial building causing llerea to take on more of the aspect of a manufau luring center John Kirkpatrick of Oak Park 111 and his cousin John Barton of Lancaster Garrard county Ky wero tho guests of Prof and Mrs Dodge Sunday evening Mr Barton was formerly a student hereo Prof A S Hill formerly a resident hero and a teacher in tho College was a visitor here torn few days this week Prof Hill is now editor of the Whilley jVcitvtas well as the Principal of Williamsburg Acadomy Tho young people of tho Union church gave Dr and Mrs Burgess a farewell social at tho homo of Prof Jones last Friday evening Dr Burgess and family leave today for their old homo at Foster Rhode Is land followed by tho best wishes of a host of friends Tho Union church has extended a call to Rev A E Thompson of Lor ain Ohio to become its pastor and it is probabletlmtho will accept Rov Thompson endeared himself to the congregation and community during tho series of evangelistic services in which ho assisted two years ago last r winter Next Sunday at tho Baptififchurch B m How to bo Happy p m Con easing Christ The Lords Supper will ho administered at tho morning service The regular monthly busi ness meeting tonight at 730 The first lesson in tho Bible Class conduct ed by tho pastor Saturday evening 1 730 and song practice immediately after Mrs Cornelius wifo of Dr P Cornelius died last Friday morning after a lingering illness of some wools Tho funeral services woro hold at tho house at 230 P M of the same day conducted by lies h1 Dorlhiek and Dr G A Burgess Interment in tho Borea cemetery followed Tho deceased leaves her husband and two children Grace and Bert to mourn her loss i J of RESOLUTIONS By tho First Church of Christ Berei- WIIEHEAS tho Rev G A Burgess D D for the past two and a lull years Pastor of this Church feel impelled to offer his resignation in order to look after tho interests or aged parents in his ualivo Now Eng land Therefore wo reluctantly his resignation deeply regretting IhoI departure of himself mill his cstima bio wife As Pastor ho hiss heel earnest and faithful in proclaiming tho truth spiritual niindtrl in conducting tho devotional exercises of church anti prayer circle courteou and genial in all relations gllllrousI in gift self sacrificing in i pathetic in personal ministration a friend of nil who were in need amI the soul of lion r on all occasions During his pastorate tho Church assisted by evangelists has enjoys three great revivals which have largo ly increased its membership and in HUPIICP and has erected a now housi of worship Ho has quickly won tit respect and esteem of tho entire com munity and in his departure ho and his wife will bo followed by tho love and prayers of tho church which IK has so ollicienlly served L V Down Com for Church T J OSHOKNC WM G FROST GLADE CONVENTION Tho program is being printed tot the G lnele District Sundayschool con vention to ho h ldat Wiillncoton on Saturday tho 11th inst It bids fair to have tho greatest variety of speakers and exercises of our district con vention ever held in the county II will givo a great impetus to the Sun dayschool work All interested in tho noblo causo aro urged to give the day to this gathering and to ho thereby SlnO If nil families in tho Glade District will bring lunches it will be light on the people of tho neighbor hood Simplicity in dinner arrange meats is suggested h IHCollege Items HERE AND THERE + x x Mr Terrill Jasper after spending some time in canvassing is now working on a farm liner Mintonvillo Ky Miss Isabella Williams is spending her vacation in Hinsdale III Shin expects to ho in school again nosf winterBristol Taylor will teach schoolat Hemlock Knott county this summer and fall Ho left for that place last Thursday President Frost louvered two ad dresses at tho meotingof tho Southern Educational convention at Knoxville last week Tutor C D Lewis is attending the summer school of tho University of Tennessee at Knoxville and will ho joined by Mrs Lewis soon Miss Rose McFnrren who has beer taking the course for trained nurses went to her homo at Iinof ill Friday whoro she will teach her first school returning to Berea next winter Ralph Field who took the course in Forestry hero two years ago mud who has since boon employed in that department by tho US government has been ordered to South America nUll is already on his way Mrs M S Owens who has been installed as superintendent of tho Hospital although a Southern wom an received her truining nt St Lukes hospital in Chicago She hits already undo n host of friends hero Mr W H Badger graduate of Borea 189th with his wifo who was also a student in heron after teaching a year in thin Philippine Islands died there Mrs Badger is now at Bar racks B Malato 1 I whoro sho in teachingAt hold day exorcises hold Fri day Juno ltd during tho students con formica at Ashovillo N C where 85 colleges wero represented Paul Dr thick took first in tho half mile run mud third in tlio 110 yd dash Thoso wero tho only honors taken by Kentucky except a second in tho shotput lIy Edmunds of Central University though twelve colleges of tho State were represented ++I+I+ + +I+ III j Neighborhood Happeningsjj is No ronciponJcnce puWIsheJ unlcu signed in full by the writer The name Is not for publication but ai an evidence of pwd faith Write plainly Y + H2HMK K+1111III+III +II+III+II ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD IMr and Mrs W R Stephens am and Mr and Mrs Win Ric worn tho guests of Mr thud Mrs J W McCollom Sunday Wheat hint vesting in about over in this locality Misses May Reeey liortio and Bernice Todd wero the guests or Misses Bessie thud Nora Linvillo Saturday nightMr and Mrs Ton Oggand children of Walnut Meadow visited Mr and Mrs J J Martii SundayI L Martin nUll wife visit ed Squire 1 M Reynolds Salurda nightI Todd is on Iho sick list th- GweekMr and MisW H Stephen visited on Davis Branch Sunday Miss Tiny Almnn visited Miss Vorgl MarlinSiUurday anti Sunday Squin J M Uoynolds who has been sick is slowly improving Mrs Magg LtiMwell and children of Orlando ill visitifg relatives on Clonr Creek Rev J W Lnmlwrt fillet his ap pointment at Macedonia Saturday und Sunday Your corrosponden visited Mrs J J Martin Saturday McCRACKEN Crops are looking very well in thus noighlwrhood considering tho woath or Sherman Clmsteou and Charlei Scott of this place received lire grade certificates in tho June exatnin ation Tnclo Will Chasteou is remodeling his house Willis Chastooi called on his best girl last Sunday MADISON COUNTYW- ALLACETON On account of tho crrespondou being nbsont there has boon no Val lacetown news for a few weeksMrs- Jot Wallace is very ill at this writing Mr Milton hiker and family or Ohio have linen visiting Mr Baker parents Mr mud Mrs James Baker Mrs Edd Klkiu and niece Lillie Elkin of Glade wore the guess or Mr and Mrs Warren Elkin Sunday weekMr and Mrs Kcuhon Bakor visited friends and relatives in Ml Vernon Saturday timid Sunday cf las weakMr and Mrs George Rogon are rejoicing over tho arrivedanbnby girl at their home Miss Fanine mind Jennio Todd visited friends at Cyn Ihiana last weekMr and Mrs Lon Stono have moved to tho AI Molxulj placeVALLEY VIEW Dr Sautford of Cincinnati is here with his big show this week and ii drawing largo crowds every night Mrs Tlowe tho old lady who has been in poor health for sotto time is dead Shin leaves a husband beside grown children and many friends to mourn her death John Cltuk and sou June wont to Lexington on business Monday Katie Herald has gone to tho mountains in tho hopes of regaining her hea1thA now pike is being built out of Valley View ex tending no mile toward the mouth of Silver Creek Rov Comhs a Chris tian preacher began meetings here Monday night We hopo ho will meet with good success Mat Lamli anti two sons Tom truth Green are working on tho lock at this place MASON COUNTYM- AYSVILLE Mrs Anna Whaloy and Misses Nannio Wood and Frankio Whalej with George Hiulon have returned tom 11ilbertorcoOhioMisaSDun kins of E Fifth Streot sled Sunday morning consumption Hor funor at was hold at tho Plymouth church Mr James Mundy of the East End is indisposed at this writing Revs O A Nelson R II Porter and wife and Mrs Hattie Anderson and Miss Francos Slrawdor attended tho Sun dayschool convention hold at Luxing ton during tho past week and report one of the most successful sessions ovor hold Its text session will be hold with tho Plymouth Baptist church of this cityMrs L lIon demon spout Sunday at Orangeburfl with frionds GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE We are having fluogrowingwoalhei at presonl Farmers are very busy stacking their wheat It proves to be very good in this neighborhood Mr und Mm A J Hammack visited their children at Paint Lick Tuesday Mr and Mrs John Wells and chil Iron also Mrs E L Koohler mild children of East Bernslndt visited Mrs Fannie Koohler several days last weekMrs Mary Koehlor and children Mrs Tom Green and Mrs Mary Hnmnmck spent Thursdaywith Mrs J C Napier GriggsiN Ham mack of Paint Lick sold John Wells a nice family surrey for fSfi They aro selling their big lot of buggies very fast Preaching nl Leave Green second mid third Sundays Th ro Is talk of protracted meeting comment jug first Saturday in August JACKSON COUNTY A II Williams a prominent mer chant of A loom is back from Win chesler Ky and reports a pleasant visitThe teachers examinalion held nt McKee June IW end JO resulted IIR follows five first class nine seconds two thirds sod two failures Thi teachers of this county will please remember tho time of our institute July nIOA B Rose one of our most prominent farmers is building very nice dwelling house Mr Rose is setting a good example for hil- ts11eighlorsIstrots get your lays nnd girls ready for school July ll as thai is tho time your schools will bo ginTho recent rains are making Iho farmers wear a broad smileSuu layschools are very scarce in this county at this time It is hoped that every teacher will conduct a Sunday school at his RchoolhoiiHo tide fall FUN AND FACTS horses nnd cattle are included in tho onliunnco of Iho stock laws of this lown of Boron Tom Baker and E Moran have been appointed deputy stock marshal W J TATCM Town Marshal Fur Hal A house anil lot situated on Big Hill pike in Beren Ky For price and further inlormivtion write to MMS BBTTIB JONES 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