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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9I+1S + +11111111111111 JAMES Editor Knltrtd at tin 1otloflet tau I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 16 1903 One dollar a year NO 4 IDEAS The boot way to gut happiness Is to RIVO it- Tho leas wo worry the moro we can 4 k doA pig with his foot in tho trough is tho typo of a greedy Many nwpeclablo people dance but dancing in an amusement which rrqiiireH no education or braiuc and in couulless instances lIRa ltd young people into Horioitn wrongdoing TAKE NOTICE Proa Frost preaches in Ileroa next Sunday morning and night Tho Free Schools aro opening let every child got a chance for educa lion FROM THE WIDE WORLD Venezuelan robot wore defeated by Government troops The Sultan of Turkey negotiating a loan of H 000010 in Franco Pope Ino XIII in Hlill alive at Rome though the end in expected at any tune ItiUemeu from nil over the world are gathered at Binlev Eng for Ihe international contest for tho famoiiH 1ulma trophy The preM nt liberal government of Nicaragua Central America culebrut ixl tho tenth anniversary of its exint euco bf granting parlous to many polltlclllprillOuorllKcocrot WED hold by HiiMiau ollicials at Tort Arthur China It Is thought that the RUN iiians believe the possibility of war i Increasing and that their policy will Iw to fight Japan if Japan unai led and to maintain possession of MUll churia IN OUR OWN COUNTRY- It is announced that W J Bryan will go to Europe IhiiT fall to study sociology under monarchical forms of governmout Plans are on foot for an amalgama Lion of the Christian Kudenror Socie 4tythe Baptist Youug Peoples Union and the Kpworth League The Lath annual meeting of Ihe Baptist Young Peoples Union of America mot in Atlanta the last weekwith Goon attendance OrleanINs the restriction of tho r1 ballot as a remedy for feuds labor troubles and negro troubles Secretary of War Root is consider lug tho construction of n trunk lino of railroad in tho Inland Luzon tho largest of the Philippine group Engineers aro said to favor the scheme COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Eleven prisoners five being charg ixl with murder escaped from the Whitloy county jail at VilliatnHburg Ky Louisville is the first city in tho United States to receive a supply of the now Got man consumption euro known as Sanoflln Cases of smallpox Ire reported in several counties and everybody should bo vaccinated Dont go excited but dont neglect vaccina lion The test drove of cattle in Garrard county consisting oftifi head and averaging 1000 pounds has boon bought by Eastern buyers for 1000 They are intended for foregin mar keta Of the instructed delegates to the Republican State convention in sos lion today at Louisville Bolknap has a large majority over Wilson Bol knaps friends predict his norms ation on the first ballot Yutaka Minakuchi a native of Japan who hiss been in the Kentucky University at Lexington for two years married Miss Olivia Bucknor a handsome Bluegrass hello at Blue Lick Springs After a visit to Japan Mr Miuakuchi will enter Harvard Lf University Cambridge Mass After a hearing at Richmond last ing two hours Oen Caseins M Clay of While Hall was adjudged to be of unsound mind and a committee ape pointed to look after his estate Some of Gen Clays friends take ox Itt ceptions to the action Drs W O Bullock of Lexington and T S Bullock of Louisville pronounced tho General somewhat improved A trained nurse is in attendance upon him r taflatterTHE CITIZEN JOHISIll It IWISTCHV IIOIIKUT J WVNNK TWO MEN CONSPICUOUS IN THE POST OFFICE INVESTIGATION First AvMlMnnt PoMiiiimler Oenerul Wynne timl Fourth AtwlHtaiit 1I rist Wi both proinliirnt In tlie InvemipitloiiH of tin hcnmlnl In thl post oillco depart need urn former neWHpnper men Wynne IMKIIII life n telegrapher fled be cntne a very clever Wnithliixton forrecpoiulont HrlMow was for yeses u well known lIIIIIIUIIItlllor HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Articles Settlement by Revolutionary Veterans At tho clone of tho war of the revolution thousands of young men who had followed Washington and tho other American lenders ready to return to the pursuits o IMIICO Some returned to tho homes from which they hudleuliHteil but a great many went Went dad going West in those days meant going to Vntttru New York Wmteru Virgiuia Western Ponnsjlvanii or still farther to Ohio Kentucky and Tennessee It was largely a matter of clmncn whore they settled Tho country had not boon surveyed and no ono knew thai railroads and canals wore coming If the settlers had known whore the Erin canal and the Erie and other railroads were routing they would have taken land adjoining As it was those who happened for other reasons to settle near the lines of those great thoroughfares placed their children in a favorable place for progress and prosperity whilo others wore less fortunate In general they were guided by the watercourses which brought thom to places like Pittsburg and Marietta by waterpower which brought them to Rochester and by saltsprings which brought thorn to Manchester Ky and other points in tho mountain region- It has boon n question how many of these young oltlif8or the revolu lion did settle in tho mountains It has always boon my belief that there was considerable number and that a largo part of our present mountain people are descended from this honor able stock Mostly fortunately I have discover ed tho boat of proof and evidence in this matter In a recent visit to Washington I discovered in Congres voltumes 1811 which gives a list of all persons who wore then drawing pensions for service in tho revolutionary armies with the regiments in which they served and their places of residence This snakes it possible to find out what veterans of tho revolution wero then living in the mountain counties of Kentucky and other Southern States By good fortune and at large expense secured a copy of this raro report for tho Library of Beroa College and so shall be able to publish lists of those naves From these lists people now living in tho moun talus can look up their ancestry in many cases Of course many veterans of tho revolution had diod before 1831 but enough remained to show that the mountain people had on time average as good ancestry aa the people in the other parts of the country The counties wore of course different in 1831 but I found au old map which will bo reproduced in TImE CITIZEN showing how tho counties wore then divided PIIES WM G FIIOST Clean old newspapers fin a package at the CITIZEN ollice Sowing machine for sale nt the CITIZEN ollice JM yuuted Sound four foot wood none smaller titan II inches SlfiO per cord BEREA Coumi BUICK Yuii Many see hut few hove energy to do Mr J A Sparks of London has thefAttorney in the 27lh district coming out as tho opponent Of Mr Lewis of Leslie county Sufffiinnl the Chlldre- uNolwitbstnadingall that is done by Ixwrds of health and charitably in clined persons the death rate among small children is very high during the hot weather of tho summer mouths In largo cities There is not probably cue case of towel complaiul iu a hun tired however that could not bo cured by tho timely use of Chamborhuus Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rom edy For sale by S E Welch Jr Wlij Mm Knt Too Much Tinting the greatest of all our standard amusements A great num her of people obviously eat n great deal more than they need and It hi en tirely credible that u large proportion of the moderate enters might thrive well mid look as handsome and work mini nnd live as long on a very much restricted diet Hut would the joy of life continue unimpaired for thorn Tho native born might raise plenty of children If they could sub silt for 11 edits u day but would they think life was worth living on 11 cents worth of food a day Xo they wouldnt That Is ono thing that alls thenlHarpers Clinln In the Dork Aim The chairs of the dark ages modeled partly on thoso of tho Romans were In keeping with the comfortless dwellings In which tho people of the north of Iuropo then passed their lives The Saxon kings of Kngland are represent ed as seated oil thrones In the form of a box the ends slightly raised the bot tom advanced to form a sort of footstool There Is always n cushion to add a degree of comfort and some times a back In the form of a cross plea or remotely resembling tho backs of modern chairs Curse Hrurli CuuruKv One brave step makes the next one easier True the road seems more piled up with obstacles as one goes along but thou one U made stronger and moro cilpablo with every step that relatively wo have an easy road always before us At least If not exactly easy it becomes more Interesting ono feels less Inclined to grumble Cosmopolitan Turned Oat Our colleges turn out some pretty good men nowadays remarked the elderly gentlemen Yes replied Ills son gloomily our college turned out the man who was sure to have won tho hundred yard dash for us next year just because ho didnt pass any of his examinations Syracuse Herald Curie JVnluruI to Him Qlll II a good fellow but his con versational abilities are remarkably limited lie buy a few stock phrases and thats Well whet else can you expect HOH a stockbroker Cincinnati Com mercial Tribune Jut the Other Wny Hebron I understand your daughter Is 8111glll171Tho Irw DONT SAY MUCH H SI IISSIISIiSSSHISS Today r IHtH+ +IItt +IH Come see and be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling Cash Store than elsewhere In addition to our already complete stock of Spring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc Wo ajre adding daily new things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons Ladies Bro especially to call and see them etcISEE our beautiful line of Carpets Mattings and Hugs The largest I the ISEE i and want thin Best Clothing at the Lowest Price I DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for lailormade suits and fit guaranteed Only a look and you will be assured that we can save you moneye I LACKEY A HAMILTONCORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY PNSNNNNONNd ON N NNNHNNNM WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F HIQQINS Prop THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN- are similar in all respects Their con dition aud requirements when exam ined are very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES- to suit those conditions and require Monte are made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which us furnish just the right eyesPricoa T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky 1 At One Half the Cost LionCoffee has better strengthand flavor than many socall ed fancy brands llulk coffee at the same price is nut to be coin pared vithtUsnIn qualty In tightIIlt1 r e Subscribe 1 Circulation 2000 IIII III + NNl1NlNOlNNttNN- NOUR IPRICES TALK invited If you are going to buy a Carriage II or Buggy of any kind this season come and see our stock and we can supply you Weber wagons are still on the move for they run right it us it it it to so to to it to us to at A on We friends to at in A no L C C 1 around Everything firat J E old stand End North of Printing Shave lOo Hair Cut 15c 15o Razors 15c 25c R B K fS 2 500 Stoves 3 burner 160 WE Make pay you to trade with Pay in dollars and centsIPay in satisfaction with the themselvesIf not with any thing youve bought after you take bring back and we will make satisfactory- We aim Our success far shows we are it Were not with what we have done we want do more make a trade with In all departments will be found suit your wants in with the quality BIOKNELL EARLYrl If Its From Joplins Its Good full line of FURNITURE always hand invite our Berea make themselves at home JOPLINS when CARPETS and MATTINGS SPECIALTY 73Night 66 JOPLIN Richmond Ky IThe East End Drug StoreI- s Headquarters for all Guaranteed Remedies for Summer Corn plaint Dysentery Colic No Cure Pay M PETTUS Pharmacist Proprietor HORSESHOEING Until January 1904 65c for new shoes all class DALTON Guldens East Barber Shop Oftloe Shampoo sharpened to DOE Proprietor theeepGASOLINE STOVE Stoves 1100 at IR He CHRISMAN goods satisfied home please doing satisfied businessWe pleasure goods prices keeping Richmond UNDERTAKING JO Sr Diarrhea Flux RHODUS burner FARMS for SALE Two and onehalmies from Berea on Scaffold Cane Pike t Tract No One 40 Acres Tract No Two 33 Acres For information as to terms etc address or call on A C Hart BEREA KENTUCKY DIAMOND LUES 1 w moneytoputting it in tat tngv nkIprovided you ii heIto living nut money you get the kuiUfoc tam of wearing the stone We have tern giving the JhODII I tihtY =THE SPANGLED IN TRIUMPH SHAll rAVE OER THE LAND OF THE AND THE OF THE Three learned Now Yurk supremo tlcourt justices sitting in appellate have derided that there are no rules of etiquette that require a man while eating In n socalled quick lunch lostuinnnt to take off Ills overcoat and hat Theo decision was the out come of an appeal from the jtulKniont of the muiilcliial for 4440 in favor of Lewis Morris who alleped hU overcoat was stolen while eating In a lunchroom The court held that hu had nut used proper care In hanging tip his coat- Irosdxectors the other day discover ed by accident that 10t square mild of the Great Salt Lake has been transformed Into a freshwater lake l y means of tae great fill which Is alat- of the Lucia Cutoff A workman on the cutoff went bathing In the lake and to his surprise discovered that the water which before was briny had lieon transformed Into fresh water He made known his observation to oth er workmen who Investigated and node n trip of five or six miles aloe the shore of the lake Dr howls has challenged to a praying duel to the death The chal longer is Mlzra Ghulam Ahmad of Quadlnn Iunjaub India Como than 0 selfstyled prophet to a due says Mlrxa In his deft The weapons shall hu prayer Let us kneel on our l nres In the dust of the earth you and together and pray the Almighty that of us two whoever Is the liar shall perish first Elijah II has not ace pt Ill tar challenge letters and puh llcatlnns say that MIrza Is the prom ised Messiah Herr full president of the German Society for the Protection of Cats has just published the results of hits In vestigations In regard to the age which It Is possible for tiese animals to ate tain Cats he says are like human- beings In one respect the more peaceful and Netter regulated their live are the longer they are likely to live Asa proof hs points out that a favorite cat in the royal palace of Nymphen burg has lived to be 42 years old until consequently may fairly claim to he considered the dean of cats In Ger many A discovery of considerable Import mice In astronomical circles has recently been made whim Is arousing mUll Interest among astronomers Jupiter Is the body upon which thn discovery has been trade Several 7t peculiar pyramidshaped spots have been discovered on Jupiter and the atitronomerK who have been watching them have observed that as they travel wlta great velocity toward this object known to astronomers as the Great lied Spot they disappear and reappear at the other side of to Great Kid Spot There has just comp into the pos tegHkiu of State Treasurer Hrlggs Philadelphia what Is considered to lid the original copy of the net of congress passed July fi 171tt In New York city for the purchase by time gov ernment of West Point as a place for military instruction The paper was given loMr HriKgx t y Park Commis sioner Clayton L Traverse he have ing found It In an old book store document In In a good State of IIThe and the signatures In eluding that of Thomas Jefferson secretary of state arc plainly seen Use the elephant at Hoaocks Coney Island amphitheater New York gave birth to twins One of them died but the other Is declared to ho wonderful strong The twins were time first ever born of an elephant In this country Harry Tudor who has charge of Use Is an Englishman and he promptly named the first newcomer Shamrock III and the sec ond one Reliance It so happened that Shamrock III was the healthy one while Reliance died In an hour The body of the dead one will t9 stuffed I JULY SMTWTFSI 23456 78 91011 IZll3 14 15 I6I7 10 21 2Z2324 25 2627 28 2930131 HOME court heen CURRENT TOPICS In Paris 250000 families occupy bulI one room each Japans shipyards turned out 41 steamers last year No Russian army ollleer can marry before time age of 23 The five volcanoes active last year destroyed GOGOO lives The Transvaals output of gold for March was 230000 ounces Of the children attending German schools per cent stutter Eighteen persons were made serious ly III In Merlin by eating tainted hose flesh Twentyseven new double stars were detected at Capetown observatory last yearKansas and other western states are calling loudly for harvesting bandsGerman manufacturers arc Inquire lug in this country fur bonus suitable for knife handles Brussels has a church clock wound by an atmospheric expansion Induced by the beat of the sun Asliautee is one continuous forest with small clearings where native villages have been built Ios Angeles claims to have a greater stretch of attractive ocean beach In Its vicinity than any other American city For the first time In 150 years at Constantinople a Mohammedan has published a hook on anatomy and med Independent packing plant with 1750000 capital nay be located at Kansas City In opposition to the heel trustThe Queen Riving a prize for the best reared poultry at the forthcoming nominal show of the Fretbridge Lynn associationOf j perbons arrested for he ing drunk and disorderly In a year by time Dublin metropolitan police 1770 were women A Viennese woman cutting bread tor her children fainted and In falling time knife ran Into her body and mortally wounded her A Japanese newspaper asserts that If It were not for educational works Japanese publishers would he virtually without occupation Iron and steel makers am looking forward during the next twelvemonths for the heaviest demand for those products ever known Models apparatus and drawings are to be sent to too St Louis exposition by the London corporation to form part of time engineering exhibit In connection with the Orange split In lielfast 3000 members have re solved to form an independent Orange order run on democratic lines heaving fixed a burglar trap to protect his house while absent from home a Marseilles policeman returned undo forgetting the trap was shot dead The Figaro states that M Chaplain the engraver member of the Institute has been commissioned to design a medal commemorating King Kdwarda visit to Paris Among those who attended the eightysecond anniversary festival ot the Wesleyan Sundayschool at Mch wold Norfolk Knglaud was a lady who had been present at the first fes tival During 11rs Hiifell Sages recent daft to Troy N Y she ordered a mausoleum to be erected on the Saio lot similar to the tomb built for Jay Gould being modeled after the Par theonThe Rustdau department of the In terior has decided trt open 101 addi lanai towns to Jewish settlers There has been no extension of residence privilege sluice May 15 1882 until this new order M Tnoplteaii Flench deputy pro poses to tax all games of hazard to the extent of sight per cent of the minis at stake M Thoplteau estimate that the tax would tiring In an annual revenue of c 400000 ANOTHER RELAPSE Symptoms of the Grayest Nature in the Popes Cast u His Feeling of Fatigue and Indllfcr ence Is Interpreted as a Sign That His Vitality Is Fast Diminishing Rome July 141110 there la mite there Is tope vni all time con rotation tint Dr Lapp nl would give Monday night III admit ing that Popo condition was vry grave The pontiff has suffered aiiuticr re apFc and ho laid Tuesday morning in i more critical condition than at any tae since till middle of last wee the urnilcnmntufe condition Inn which he fell at midnight and the con used state of his heretofoie lucid uliiil on his awakening at an early aotir Tuesday morning accompanied iy a still greater depression thai tlnr 11g Monday are regarded at symp trams of the gravest nature and as pointing to an Imminent dissolution nn If the early evening medical Lpinliin was less pessimistic rind Dr MiiKKonl tiought he end was not la flight he expressed the bHIef that inlcM the dlseaio took an unexpected Mm there was no reason to appn icnd the death for two or throe doyen This statement however did nut re lieve time anxiety of those who know that iwwerful stlmultuit are con itnntly administered Some attribute the pontiKs extreme weakness Monday nlpht to the exces ive mental and physical efforts of the pope In receiving visitors and heariiig ma Never before has thE patient weakness progressed as It did Mon day For the first time sluice ida sickness the pope asked to lave the ShlltI era almost doted as the light hurt ells eyes mind at the same time con teary to his custom he begged to be loft as quiet as possible AnotliC noteworthy symptom of hits weakening condition was the iltlllculty wltbI w itch he took his medlrlne and nour ishment Previously indeed during his whole life Pope leo line been against the prescriptions of doctors or anything which hind the aspect of o log forced on him Ills feeling of fa llgue and Indifference Will Interpreted us a sign that hU vitality was fat minlslilng Ijite Monday evening nine cardi pals Including Satolll and Mrtlnelll were admitted to the ilrk room hiltI tIll pope could not even speak o them merely giving them his hand to miss Dr Rossini to reported to have staid In an Interview Monday The popes liiiUe reaches 60 pulsations and over lust calculate how many times It ham pulsated In 93 years std you will un derstand that In lila present condition all his organs and the pulse mutt end by setting so tired that they will stoi forever At the American embassy It WB laid that no request olllclnl or other wife hud been received up to Mot Jay for Information residing time popes condition King Edward haA Instructed the Hrltlsh ambassador Sir Francis Uertle to telegraph twice dully the condition of his holiness- ORANGEMANS DAY Serious Rioting at Belfast and C 1r- TIck Hill Took Place Belfast Ireland July tThe pro cession j f Orangemen on returning from Mondays demonstration here were attacked by nationalists and a erious riot ensued There was an ex hange of missiles many windows were broken and a number of police mn and clvllluns were injured Strong reinforcement of police rev stored order Similar rioting oVcurreJ- nt Carrlck 11111eTHE MANCHURIAN PORTS Russia Has Postponed the Opening of Them to the World St Petersburg July 14 According to the newspaper Novlkral published it Port Arthur Russia has Informed China that she Is compelled to cNcltmo foreigners from Manchuria and postpone the opening of Manchurian ports wing o the presence of Kngllshmen nnd Americans who In disguise aro engaged In espionage Russia accord rag to the paper promises to open time ports MX years hence when the uun fry has been tratKjulllzed and settled The Panama Canal Treaty Washington July IiUnlteel States Minister Ucnupre cabled the state de partment Monday from Bogota that the Panama canal treaty was dragging along before the Colombian congress He did not Indicate Its chance of rail nation Naturalization Papers Set Aside SL Ixus July HJudlle Rogers In thl United States district court set side the naturalization of 39 Rus trans and Italians on motion of DIs riot Attorney Dyer The court had irevlously taken the wine action 1i3 similar cases Hut Victims In Paris Parln July 13Thc Intense heat continued Sunday until a storm nf extreme violence broke over the city unday afternoon and reduced the temperature Six pcrEonn succumbed to sunstroke during the early part ot the day Assassin Promoted Belgrade Servla July l3Col llshlcs of the Sixth Infantry resl neat which took n prominent part In Iho coup detat of Jnno 11 has been romoted to the putt of department chief ot ministry If war r KING OF THE GHOULS llcjuid Ollitcrs Star li For linty Miss tunic Sclvaii Claims Glave Robbers Found He Wanderlig Demented Kept Hcr In a Cabin for Weeks and Then Chloroformed Her Indianapolis Ind July 11 Aninv jn Mntimnu made In aindnvliK h Rufus CAntrell the king of tii thoul serving sentence at the Jr crsonville reformatory ulllccrs a cmpanled by Cnntrcll w 10 wa Tousht here Monday afternoon vii ted the Inlon Chapel cemetiry near rum miles from Indlnnapoll vo graves were pened It was cv Kcted according to n statement IlfI antrell that there would be faun he body of Mist Carrie Selvage au ndiaiinpolU Ill 001 teacher who ill ippcart from time Inloik state hllll1I al March It IWMi Sad was iirv r found According to the story of Cantrill wn ghouls found the woman waadf ng on a country road as theywen eturning from a grave rubbing 11Ilit lUll on the morning of her dlai iirurancp They luvitcd her into IhIKijy found she was demented an nok her to rbln In Hamilton teen y where she WM kept fur imk she was moved Inter to hut In In llanapolls and then when the MOI bur her became so clot chltirnform Itr and burled her body in thr In n rhaiid cemetery arlrell IIwhen he arrived emctery Monday nlgit wa m lain a to which grave she was i In Hr said she had been plaoi m i crave that had bexn robbed month before Mss Sevage bmti IT was In the dSrty Two gravr a ipinlil and one was found to Itt been disturbed as Cantroll aiii would be found with the rouuii b broken open and tne romps ltd luir upside down The body la It wu n Kdignlsed by Mr Selvage ram Irell In his confessions rlt nit know the secret of tIll dlRPIt uan of Kenneth Lawrence a wean young man who Inherited JtWH in IlllnoU and Indiana property smut Is apHnrnl from Ilelltfontalne d Ing last heard of In New York Tl sheriff of Logan county Ohio iiiul i mayor of llellefontalne O nri In consulting with the olllcer The this closure of Cantrell are belay itn tlgated FILIPINOS EXHIBIT It Will Be a Great Attraction st tHe Worlds Fair St Loula July HOr tV II WWII Worlds fair commlMloncr to HI IlilllpiilTHK returned Monday after a absence of three months Cmnnil stoner Wilson says that the gnu frnflf- of 40 provinces have Interested thi selves In the collectlon of xhlhlts ann that time Philippine exhibit will Iigreat attraction at the fair The flrM shipment coiulitltig of tony now on its way to Si dues The ex hlblt will Include SIKI Filipinos Gen Fltxiugh Lee of Virginia a lenrcucii tatlve of the Virginia World fair commisHlon Monday vlilted th grounds and rotifer red with the man alll11 lIt regarding Virginias exhibit NATURALIZATION LAW The State Department Puts a Con struction on the Act Washington July isThe Male III partment has given route that It hr construed the naturalization law pa ed liy the last congress an reillrinL It to reject all certificates of natural zatlon Issued after July 3 1103 which full In set forth the fact that tee pet son naturalized Is not opposed to ai organized governments anti likewise li not ntllliated with any organization opposed also that he does nut airvv coo the killing of olDccra of the got criiment ROBERT SHAW OLIVER He Will Be Appointed as Assistant Secretary of War Oyster Hay N Y July HAt thr conference Monday between Prexlderi Roosevelt nnd Secretary Root It was decided to appoint Robert Shaw Oil ver of Albany to be assistant sere tart of war vice William Gary Sanger resigned Mr Sanger has decid ed to retire on account of the ill health of hula wife First Ball Since Victorias Death Ixmdon July 14ln till lieautlfMl temporary hull room erected In liar grounds of Marlborough house tlv Prince and Princess of Wales Monday night gave their first hall sknie the death of Queen Victoria Alleged Regicide Promoted Belgrade July HMaj aznrovlci who Is credited with firing the firit snot at Kt ig Alexander having threatened to eRIn because his name way milted from tie Hot of promotloiix lbr been made n lieutenant colonel Wu Ting Fangs New Position Washington July 14 Minister Con ior at Peking has informed the state jopartment that Wu Ting Fang for- meriy Chinese minister to the United States has been uppolntcil second as sistant n time corps of under secreta rice Tom Cooper Operated Upon Detroit Mich July J4Tom Coop er a hlcyclo rider was operated on Monday at Grace hospital for nppen Ionia Coopers trouble Is said to Imvc beat developed from a ttrnln hII sustained on July 4 at Loxlucton A Sweet Tooth Is roftpoiiHiblii for man nuhtH and pains But whatever the cause of doe cry it should bo arrested and time Teeth put in f ood condition Wo clean till or extract teeth with out pain to the patient Our fine sots of tooth nt ti mode nit zjlonito or rubber are absolutely per feet Wo guarantee tlirtn Teeth extracted 2T cents Tho best amalgam filling 76 cents SHciul nc coininodntioiiH for patients from n diMnncu who write for iippointtnentH Dr V H Hobson uehr m e r In Richmond Ky1 rurpa 5w- promMlrehtatn r S amt rrtWn- rstntaan TwltukeorMarnntl-rttnrrrra 5rwlal rmrtyrmmutr tNtrPrtearch4SWIFT CO Tetttt Ltrtrt app US Paten eft Wa Ihington BLOEIDI OOOX I Lionel Dry Battery Fan AIY ewer Ior ii only Uu lint Irf aour la nlr wt Th- t5l4 Icy IIurl Iii run Km tutUm wr lornrh rnndl rrinruai iririt I llMO W ltttetu In lliraw144nhrwue stn- sI llatrlln15 art a8 XCZOI11RJt c Info 1 VCTMIN- IMI CII Jcrr fr P 11Cittirrli of lli sinninrh When the stomach is overloaded when fool ill taken into it that fRill to digest it decajm and inflauieH time mucous tiiembrnuo expasing time nerves and causes tho glandn to crct much insUmd of the natural juices of digestion This in CallS Catarrh of time Stotnnoh For yearn I HiifTerod with Catarrh of time Stoutnch caused by indignation Doctors and medicines fttiUxl to benefit mutt until muted Kwlol dyHpepniii cursJ II Rhea Coppull Texas Sold by Kant End Drug C- oREPAIR THAT LOOM Beren College has Becure a market for homonpun and homo woven good Much an heel coverlids linen dress linnoy jeans blankets etc at fellow ing prices Coverlids f 4 to Vii Linen 40 to M cents n yard Dress Linsoy M ceuts a yard Jeans CO cents a yard JJIaukots natural brown wool or bark dyes fJ a pair Whito linsoy Bud white blankets sro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2 j yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Uerea College should find out what time College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in Ion or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Th floe Wunu Mnllrlnx HJ Kumpe Druggist Leighton Alai writes One of my customeit had a child which was tick Bud threw up all food could retain noth jag on its stomach He bought one bottle of Whites Cream Vermi fuge nud it brought up 119 wormy from tho child Its the boss worn medicine in the world WhitoV Cream Vermifuge is also the chil drens tonic It improves their digeti tiou and assimilation of foodatrcugh cns their nervous system and restore thorn to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhcixl 25c at East End Drug Coa illlR t f MONUMENTS S Urns udUonl Stalurr Crash and MtrbU Work of all kinds ilono in a workmanlike manner nt ren onabla prices Bud with diNpiitch Allwork guar 4 ttautted by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cowrr ot Main IUt rnUiiu stmtt Just Alxiui llr llliiif Take n Little Early mt41lrit will rUff constipation bilioiiHiioHH ninth liver traduce DoWittH Little Early UiHern are ditTerent from other pills They do not gripe and break tlowu the IIIUCOIIH membrntie of time stoic sell liver amid bowels but euro by gently arousing the Hocretioui and giving fttrongth to these urgitnu sold by Ellt End Dtttg Co DR M E JONES 4x Dentistee Otlicc Over IniiliuK oil t r Office Days Wrdnrsitay In rnj ol Ihrck 1GARNET HOTEL Newly Fitted up MenM Masaisuit Lodging at popular Sroondstt opxwiitr Hichmond Ky pricIR G nrIoI rltrIIncklieniHjiinipM greasy facts muddy coiiipleiionn helm nre t common among women eriptHMiilly girls at n certain age IhtroiIlKjbeauty dinfiiuriig sod tile features which would ithrtvmei apM ar attractive nnd relltietl iudiojte that time liver is out of under An oercaNiotnd dose of Herbine will iltMiihc the bowels regulate the liver and NJ MtabliHh n clear healthy complexion roc ut Fast Knit Drug Co Without Harness The Ixet horse in the world to of lit tIe use With wellmade perfect Pitting harness on he btMomen lxllh tiMful suit ornamental If style is denirwl our HARNESSJ10 BUGGY liKhliwill fill time bill to a dot It ill haudnoino and very durable- Iffltrengthm j tilt mniu connidera tiou our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet nil risiitreiiientN Coultlul be stronger if it wets mill IrolliT J Moberly Richmond Ky u Currr 111IRev W L Riley New York nitsAfter fifteen days excruciating pain from sciatic i rheumatism undervarious treatments was induced to try Ihllardn Snow Linimeut the first applicatiou giving my first reliet and time tccotid entire relief can give it tirqunlifixd rec omuiPtidatiou tie W nad fIOI at Last End Drug Cos OGG CO jDRYmulti And Vfg Ublf Sp Ulty i Mr jjtal or Binoff Ctitn Bread OPPOSITE BUROtTTfS MILL THE CITIZEN HHHHIHIHHIHHHIM S The Farm r SILAS CHUKVHH MASON Editor hHHHIHHIIHHHHWH How to Improve Mountain Farming tt Article 2 Crop Rotation Continual from it wrck Take for examplo five fields four ofwhich lire treated on a four year allowks year I is in corn and cow peas aw sown at the last plowing of the corn ant 1wnilor oats sown iu tho fall Field No 1 is in oats No1 iu cow peas f find o is kept in clover nod grass for three years For tho the third your in lield No ryoCithe fourth year In Held No till rye is followed by peRil nod corn No 2 ryett ill clover and grass for throe years is put in corn followed by onto t Stone such a plan of crop rotation will enable the farmer after he h once gotten his farm up to a high untie of cultivation to keep it there For the second year in field No the oats aro followed by crimwn clover No 2 in in cow peas No a iu corn THOMAS L Fiuxus 5HWIHIHmWHHHHlHI The Home I JKNNIU LKSTKH HILL KJItar +HIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHI + How to make Farm Dairy Cheese jTIj HAUCKHH DiarySchool iluntliiunl 11 wrrk t To mlil the rennet if tablets are UHW dissolve tilt roijuinxl amount in a Hinall tmntlr of cold water then tour into tilt milk If rouuet extract in umxl mix it iu half a dipper of cold water thou pour it iuto the milk Grcnt care nhould bo taken not to liavo the milk at a temperature below- eightysixtlegrere Farouhoit when tlm- rennet is put iu aqd it tthoiild not I above nini ty degree fatonhuit After the riiinet in put iu tho milk utir gently for two or thruo minutoti that let Maud until tho curd in linn cuolIgb to cut To nMortain whou tho curd in rtmly for cutting inmirt tho Index huger iu tlut milk at au angloof forty five dotfrewt until tho thumb null totuhw the milk make a Might uotch in the cunl with thuthumb and raino the ilugor if tilt curd break- clteeu t across it without many tin kiwi remaining 011 tho finger it ready for cutting A little practice will soot toll you wlinii in tho bust time to cutFor cutting regular choww knives aro host ono with horizontal blades and ono with IN rpnndiciuar blades In CIIHO it is intondod to maku only a fmv clivuhoa a wire toaster may Iw used tho wires maul n half an inch apart or even n largo butcher knife Pint cut lengthwise of the vessel then croHswIse until the curd is cut into ciibos about tho size of mnall kuruolH of corn After you have fiumhiHl cuttiugalir the curl gently for about three min utes thou boat slowly to ninetyeight or one hundred degrees Fareuheit eon 1IItRntly stirring gently while the curd heated keep tim curd at thisJ temperature for from ten to fifteen minutes To toll when the curd Iti aullicie fly cooked take a handful and press it gently hold for moment then open tho hand and if the curl falls apart it is firm enough As soon PAIItl 1U1IIV VIIEKHK 1IIKHU as tho curd is sullicontly cooked draw 1ntt the whey and nil the mold by tak ing a double handful at a time sod pressing gently into the mold con tinuing until the mold is full and well rounded up Then take the cheese out of the mold and turn itup side down and replace it Put on the l + raver and put to prose which may be a simpX old fashioned lever press illustrated in the accompauing cut 1Theslick should be about twelve feetI We are using a broken wagon tongue and it answers the purpose very well A pail containing a few cobble stones will answer for a weight To be continued SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION Of the Glade District Held at Wallace Chapel with an Interesting Program and a Good Attendance Tho annual Sundayschool conven tion of the Glade District tuna held last Saturday July 11 with tho Wallace chapel Sunday school ell tho now Wallace chapel Waljacotou The chapel is not yet finished but served admirably for the meeting excepting for a short time during a driving rain which beat in at the windows The district includes ton Fundayschools which were fairly well represented Tho various schools of Boron furnish ed largo delegation and tho total at tendance taxed the capacity of the Chapel The program which was varied nod exceedingly helpful was carried out with but two unavoidable exceptions The music was in charge of Sec y W C Gamble of Boron College and was well selected full well rendered Mr C 1L Boucher County Y M C A secretary came over from Rich mend and gave a helpful talkon liTho Teachers Opiortiiuity The hllillb04tithat it was good to have boon there Much credit 191I111lhe ladies who so hospitably and bountifully nU1I1I11i od to the wants of tho inner tho noon hour A good collection tllkCIIjMryear Blevins Allan of Boroa vice president and Miss Carrie Woods of Heron siurotary Tho place for next auutial meeting is not yet decided upon NOTICE All persons having claims against the ivttiito of H C Rlclmrdion pro nineyon or before August 2i HKfcl at tho Beroa Banking Companys Hank ill Huron KylIr same will barred W H IOKTKH Admr Ida boui pout B C RICHARDSON Estate Luml or fliruulr lllarrlmrH t tier Tin fern nf Suflrlug IIIwlh to a few wonls in praise of Challlhtrlnrrl Colic Cholera and Jlrsllnttiewof Ya I RiifTer ed from chronic Diarrhoea for ton years and during that time tried var ious medicines without obtaining any rmannnt relief Last summer ono of my children was taken with chol n uiotbug ninth I procured a hotUof this romody Only two doses won required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine my bottlesbefore I was well red I have never since been troubled with that cool plaint One cannot say too much in favor of the wonderful medicine This romody in for sale by S E Welch Jr- Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready la euro wheat and barley food adds no Inn rdeu but sustains nourishus invigoratesWArrenVowug d Men to prepare for Government 1ositions Finu Open ings in all Departments Good Sal sties Rapid Promotion ICxamina tlons soon 1articulars free luterState Cor lust Cedar Rapids In A GREAT OFFER Dally Louisville Times Weekly Courier Journal and The CItizen Six Months for SI50 By special iirrangemeutH wo will semi THE CITIZCN and Wy Cot rierJonriutl anti Daily fMuiartllc Times all three for six months to tho same or separate addresses for only JIM Tho prico of the Louis vine Timta alone for six mouths is 300 thus giving you thioo papers for half the price of ono This offer is for a limited time only and is made to old as woll as now subscribers of THE CITIZEN If you are an old subscriber we will give you credit for 50o on your subscription Address all orders with 150 iiiQlosod to TilE CITIZEN Berea KyJ- AMES W Racers Editor Cliniulierlalu folio Cliulrrn mill Illarrlioen remedy This remedy is certain to bu needed in almost every homo before the summer is over It call always bo de pended upon oven in the must severe and dangerous cases It is especially valuable for summer disorders inchil drop It is pleasant to take IIIl1luoor fails to give prompt relief Why not buy it now It unity save life For sale by S E Welch Jr KENTUCKY HEMP LEADS Interesting Feature of Worlds Fair Exhibit FIBRE PLANTS OF TUB WORLD Pliplny It Ono of the Hxhlblt That Siirroiiiiiln the Creut KlveAiro Jill of the United gluten Shuw lug Slatr In Ilirlr Oru wing Crepe oJi A miniature lluld of Kentucky hemp Is shaded by the mammotli leaves of large linnnim trees In the fibre plant section of thu grounds HiirroundluR the liveacre map of the Unlteil Staten at the Worlds Fair at St Louts Tho hemp section Is given over to three sectionsthe Kentucky Italian and ItiiRslnn Tile varieties are all from the same parent anil possess practically the same characteristics 7MAJOR DAVID CASTLEMAX Chairman Hemp Exhibit Committee Kentucky Exhibit Association Kentucky Is apparently tho native homo for hemp for there It attains the nearest perfection- In the rtrh valleys the seed Is sown broadcast early In March nl soon as danger from severe frost Is past The seed Is covorod with harrows and for several weeks tho brown fields He dor mant Then as the seeds have hurst and tho roots have developed little spears of the light green appear above the brown earth Every day of sun shlno witnesses the preen Increase and tho brown disappear As tho plant grow taller they take a darker shade and by August when It Is almost time for tine reaper the waving hemp by this time having attained a height of S 10 or 12 toot Is a dork brown almost tho color of tho ground when he seed Is sown Bo thick prows the hcm that no other living thing can exist In toe fold Woods are throttled and birds can not penetrate tho thicket of net Trlgg R ties Tile thicker grows tho hemp the finer and more valuable the fibre Flax from tlw fibre of which Is pro decent and from tho seed of which Is obtained linseed Is an other section among tho fibre plants Juto forms another par of the display This Is tho most nbuQ dant and tho cheapest fiber of which anything Is known It comes from In din Japan Formosa and China TI United States Imports annually mor of JuJu than all other fibres combined Major David Castloman of Pleasan Is chairman of the committee on hemp exhibits of the Kentucky Ex hibit and Is planning bout and unique displays of hemp In tho aside iron that shown In tho plant life map He proposes to show hemp from the seed to the flubbed product of the flora FINEST WORLDS FAIR 1904 Exposition a Triumph of and Art TUB TOTAL COST IS 40000000 roiilslnrm flirchxQn the Largest the Vorlil flute Ever Known I low the Greet Kn- Urprlso Win Conceived sale to the United States of the 1000000 square miles lying west of tho river and reaching to the Rocky mountains dun lug the of President Thomim Jefferson Is the event on which Is based the greatest of ancient or modern times The territory formally acquired on April 30 1803 consists of the 14 mag nificent states and territories that were sold a century ago for 15000000 n mere fraction of what their value has proven to be The IxMilsIana Purchase Exposition at St Iouls In 1901 In the centennial celebration of tho Important historic event will approx Innately expend 40000000 more near ly three times the amount of the original purchase price In perpetuat lug Its memory TIll City of SL Louis toted bonds for 15000000 In aid of tine colossal enterprise The citizens of the city BtOlkjTheUnited Slates Government appropri ated 5000000 for the general fund while other specific appropriations for buildings and exhibits were made swelling the appropriations to C500 000 states and territories In the United States by legislative ap and by popular subscrip tion have raised another 5000000 to 1m expended upon buildings and ex hibits This Is being augmented from tithe to time and by opening day It Is claimed another 2000000 will have been added to this sum Japan Cuba Mexico France Germany anti Brazil are among the leading nations which have officially declared their Intention to in the Fair and have ap propriated sums each In excess of 600000 The site on which the Universal Er posltlon Is Imllded Is Ideal Covering 1240 acres It occupies the western half of Forest Park and the high lands bordering It on the west Architect and landscape gardeners have collab orated In producing the most gorgeous spectacle the world has ever seen The natural beauties of the hlli and valleys the woodlands and meadows have been enhanced by the pro PROMINENT STATE MEMBERS OF KENTUCKY EXHIBIT ASSOCIATION 1 H C Glasgow 27 J E Uunkln Henderson 3 C Ford 4 Ed Woolfolk Paducah linen oil Interesting Interesting Association Instructive Agricultural building Industry Exposition Napoleons Mississippi administration Exposition Thirtyseven propriations England participate Mlddleshoro dlglous work which unlimited wealth and unrivaled skill has wrought Great marble appearing palaces of sur passing grandeur with artificial waterways winding gracefully In and out asphalt and gravel highways bor dered with great shade producing trees monuments and sculpture placed where It will delight the eye and recall tho event or person In whose honor it is erected anti rite great cascade gardens with the most wonderful arti ficial waterfalls the world has ever known combines in making a picture of unequaled beauty tho splendor ot which ran scarce be conceived Fifteen colossal palaces comprise the main group of buildings and these are nrrnng1 In the form of a ladys fan opened the Palace of Fine Arts and Its two auxiliaries forming the apex at the southwest The center ot the male picture in terraced gardenia and cascade i HIIWe are hIPPlo1AlIllthug because we never know what III good for us It Is a mans lot to lull tale his wants end to be disappointed It Is his purpose in life always to grasp for till useless thing to strive for that which has no merit to hope for that which perishes as soon as ho holds It In his bands We have our Ideal of happiness but we endeavor to realize It In ways which are not good for us- IIupplncsM as we perceive It in this terrestrial sphere Is a saddening Illu slop It never lasts because It cannot It never satisfies because It Is not wade to satisfy The land of El Dorado forever remains east of the sun and west of the moon that Is nowhere It la the fatal morgana the mirage of the desert of life Happiness remains happiness while it Is an Illusion Mor tality Is not made to bold and to enjoy It It Is mortalitys lot to chase jack o lanterns to cry for the moon which cannot bo obtained because It hangs so high up In the heavens Val ley Magazine The Lat of th tlmLb In 1701 the rage for ruffs such as are seen on many monumental efllgles be gan to decline A writer in the Lou don Chronicle of that year says of gen tlemens dress Their cuff entirely rover their wrists and only the edges of their rullles are to be seen It Is said that a distaste for ruff wns first created so tar back as 1013 when a woman named Turner wore them on her trial for the murder by poison of Sir Thomas Overbury The French revolution of 1760 much Influ enced British fashion and the pictur esque cocked hat and ruffles then gave way generally to round hats and small cuffsThe period of their final disuse can not be easily determined as men of old fashioned or eccentric habits have worn ruffled hlrt fronts within quite recent memory similar to those which according to Ilanches History of British Costume originated In the seventeenth century Llaoola FeiAs a rule Abraham Lincoln fees were less than those of other lawyer of his circuit Justice Davis once re monstrated with him and insisted that he was doing a grays Injustice to ula associates at the bar by charging so lit tle for his service From 1850 to 1800 his Income varied from 2000 to 3000 and even wince he was recognized as one of the ablest lawyers of the itate his fee book frequently shows charge of 3 5 and for advice although he never went Into court for less than 10 During that period he was at the height of hli power and popularity and lawyers of less standing and talent charged several times those amounts But avarice was the least of his faults The True Abraham Lincoln What He U Worth What a curious habit wo have remarked tine street car philosopher of saying that a man Is worth so and so wallY thousands of dollars I know men who have many dollars who judg ed from any reasonable standard that I know ore not worth anything at all It Is refreshing to hear occasionally of men who do happen to be worth a great deal even though they are rich and who are anxious that people should forget they have money and think of them only for their qualities All the same Jt always gives me an un pleasant turn when I see a mans worth put down In dollars New York Commercial Advertiser A BUmarok Incident It used to be the privilege of Aus trias representative at any conference of representatives of the German states to smoke the others refraining This was supposed to be an acknowl edgment of Austria supremacy At the first conference tint Bismarck attended as Prussias representative he began to puff smoke across the confer ence table as soon as the Austrian diplomat lit up That set everybody present to smoking on equal terms end Austrias supremacy got a blow Why He Wanted HI Letter HeIt you Insist upon It I suppose U is all over between us but I wish you would return my letters SheWhy you are not afraid I shall wake use of them to your disadvan tageHeNo but Ive got my eye on an other girl and I could use them wilt lug to her you knowExchange- Badly Balanced low a self made man said the proud Individual Well you are all right except I to your head commented the other part of the conversation lIowlIlbaU The part you talk with Is out of pro portion to the part you think with Stun Francisco Waip A plaltrI- tUo SlsterPuttin us out of tine room just boo boo cause theres Brother But maybe they wont eat all tho cake Little SIstorOb you cant trust boo boo company with atePuck- What Am EreB Scere Is your objection to himI papa rWily tine fellow cant make enough money to support you Hut neither can ouIA Souvenir A souvenir said the thoughtful man thoughtfully la something that we consider to be worth a whole lot more than Its value Exchange Queen I 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 solo agents for Madison county We can also please you in Mens Shoes Hats Shirts Underwear Neck- wear etc i 1 RICE Be ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky o +od og od od od od od ad oq o +o4 o 0oG D Hollidayo + BEREA KYo ao+ 1o1 Coof Philadelphia 0ooManulacturer of + 0 Dress Goods 1 + Outingso 1o i 1o i 0oand Eastern Kentucky fur fulld t 1o0o1 highly appreciatedo o od od od od od o +og od odod ot o +o MRS L S ADAMS Of Jalvratou Tern blessingtoseven with weakness and heir- lagdown and having tried sew val cloctond different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul was the only thins which helped me lied eventually cured me It to trcnglhenthe By tired women It Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the wombovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have You can cure yourself athomowitb- thil1reat womens ren rly11hne Wine of Carlui has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not to well today Al- ldruiguts have 1100 For liver or bowel disorder Thed fords BlackDraught should be used Fof KlTtr 1110 glTlng mrolThe The lAdlrt Ail1JI rl toCtaUMoo reII WINEOCARDUIFr No manor woman in the State will hesitate to speak wellof Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them They always produces pleasant movement of the bowels improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion For sale by S E Welch JrFor a lazy liver try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Tinny invigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bil Moue attacks For sale by S E Welch JrIl v The Value of Technical Schools By DR FRANK W GUNSAULUS Ire dent ol Armour Institute T IS doubtful if cviii the most farsighted of our statesmen have overestimated lie fact that the position of America in the markets of the world is nut a mat ter so much ofV11C8t as ofslnAgriculluial America is always likely to dominate over agricultural1ennanyand Irance nth Kngland- Xow take these nations in the same or tin and their importance to us a competi tors for the marketing ofa national product ire first second and third 1101so much be aUt of the relation of either one of them to the harvests from the soil as because of their relation to what ntat be made bv the investment of educated brains through trained Ittnls which deal with the single fact of iron ore This st Mars fact called mm ore has been chosen from the company of many fturs not because it is unlike them It is the one upon which the II1rI im artisan is 1111 Ijkrlv to manifest his character Technical education has even where touched some substance or set b of forces and almost magically made its importance transcendent IorIr example it is technical education whirl has entered the slaughter and oil refineries and made the bv products of more importance as to proportional profit than anvlhiug else The chemical engineer nine to the mining engineer of today and helps him to find in the dump as valuable a gold mine as wa the original discoverv THIS WASTES OF YKSTKUDAY ARIS All TO HI RK 1l liiKMKI TO MORROW IY A FIXFR HAND RlIKD AND CTmU IJY A lINKK MRAIV The foresight therefoiK of 15 years ago which made wise men jviplKTV that technical education in America would open the most ex r ai ivc lix rway into Knropean and Asiatic market was true Irtdic ii has been made a brilliant iralily The American workman in the Imp is todny either a terlmieallv educated manv or he does his work techJiOur wheat htl had it mnk tof unique Sill not so much because it was lnllcr wheat as Ixraiiv then was more of it and the world of ea t was himgrv Takv piece of iron and let a trained Amcriclh W it into steel and out of that Irt lim make the best thing he can by invrsimrnt of hK ednciie po n and the result is MHiicthing that lis nnl malI L Navtt miuli 11tlaLlily as by quality TMitralion is that tiaiumg uliih enables a man to produce quality pualitv means less of ihr thini md more thinking illIhe pnxluct wheat CJIIIIMH be improvi n mash bt educating the wheat producer as j steel for example can he improved and the man himself improved by Ming ideas to it or multiply ing it In id as England loM her pine and iln lti hsh workman lost his position in the world hecause niantlai training and engineering education have Uen of less importance to thru count rv than wars in South Africa If tit attention paid to intieiielnn the elmrch and toryism through an itird system of priestly idiirajuui had been paid to the training of lnglish brains and Knulisli hands ill technical pursuit the cat of Kng in the markets of ihr world would have been different 1landIn the long run the IKM will be hHh the cheapest and the easiest I to sell France has paw ol Kiiland in time race Cennany has passed Irance The invasion of Inrgii 11 American manufacttires is the in vjisinn of uneHncated and mitiained territory by the technically miiipped i Psychology Cure for Divorce By MISS ADA C SWEET mirau KuUi I niveMiiy 11m AKN in latent viuir Iitisliaiul or tilt man whom you intend to make untr luisbanO is tin motto whichwe would siik to liiivc the women of this country adopt scluloi has it place in the domestic economy and lilt slllthof this branch of learning should be lIIatla jiroiiiuunt cat lift of every young womans education Alaiiv u mu the majority of divorce are the result of the failure of women to understand their husbands f Thn do hall know how to cater lo their wants or understand their trools Tiny are cut of svmputhy with them and the htisbitnds imder tI1J ping that seeksmtlacc md CMiitort elsewhere Psychological studies 1 iinul help to do awav trills thesi deplorable cunditions If the course- i study Wv propose to establish at Ruskin university were taught in w miens iiistiltilions geiicrallv we believe that it would tend to decrease the number of divorces and there would rut be 500000 divorces granted ivery year A new kind orIHW woman is neededIaile who has been taught how to he a wife and mother Mhal is needed today is a de crease in the number of business women ns well as the number of divorces and an increase in the women who will be model wives instead i1 inklleclual giants Special courses in housewifery should be taught similar in many respects tojhc oiu taught in trench schools Domestic arts the study of the properties of various foods and their scientific value domestic bookkeeping and cookery should he taught and the sltlllof stenography and other subjects that tend to lead a woman into a business career should he discouraged 1nd when our young wo men arc educated along these lines divorces will rapidly decrease Public High Schools in the Mest By PROF ANDREW S DRAPER Ireildcolof the Lnltcrtitr of Illcnoi I 0 NK great side to the marvelous civilization of the west and one which is either forgotten or ignored is the exalted place which the public highschool and its feeder the common scnooi hold in tilt esteem and love ol the people of that treat section The east has little conception of the feeling The public high school building is time most prominent of buildings in a western illagor city In all moderation it play be said that a Westerner has a far inure and a warmer feeling towards all kinds ofelhllatiollal work titan the case ill the east TIll east cannot appreciate the feelings of the western people for their schools for the reason that in the cast time good old common school has erased to be what it once was common tr all and is not now good enough for tlc eastern man of wealth and he educates his children elsewhere It is not so in time wet There is no public schoi itiestion there The masses of time people of the west support the public hick school 1h educational sentrrient of the west leads also to the willing support of the colleges and universities for all the people The universities of the west are the pride of time masses THE SUNPAY SCHOOL Inn In the Internal Innnl Serlcs for July III IIHI3 Snmiirli lnrf1I AtIlrt TUB LESSON TKXT 1 Samuel 1MS2V Now therefore behold Ihr king whom ye IHe chosen nnd whom ye have lf lreilntil behold the Lord hath set a king over you II If ye will fear the Lord and nerve thin and obey Ills voice and not rebel against the commandment of the Lord then shall both ye and nlso kin r that r licncth over you continue following the lord your God II Hut If ye will not obey the voice of the Lord but rebel against the command ment of the Lord then shall the hand of the Lord be analnst you as It was against your fathers Nov therefore stand and see this great thing which the Lord will do before your eyes K Is It not wheat harvest today I will call unto the lord and He ahuilend thunder and rain that ye may perceive and see that your wickedness Is great which ye hoe done In the sight of the Lard In asking you a king So Samuel called unto the Lord timid the lord sent thunder and rain that tiny and nil the people greatly fenrtJ the Lord and Samuel And nil the people said unto Samuel Pray for th servants unto the lord thy God that e die not for we have added unto all our sIns this evil to ask us a king a And Samuel raid unto the people rear not ye have done all title wicked new et turn not nslde from follow Ing the lord but unl the Lord wflh all your heart II And turn ye not aside for then should ye so after vain things which can not prom nor deliver for the are vain 2 Per the lord will not forsake Ills people for Ills great names sake because It math pleased the Lotd to make you till people 3 Moreoveras for me God forbid that should sin against the Lord In erasing to pray lor vou but will tach you the good and the right way t Only fear the Lord and serve Him In truth with all your heart for consider bow great things lie lath done for vU a nut If e shall still do wickedly ya shall be consumed both ye and your king lailltliV 1duly liar tlir lonl mill rite Him In truth is llh nil our hcnrlI UHI lJi1- OlTLtNE OK SCTltlTLHKSECTlOX Saul defeats tae AminofiUri Sam I111L Klnvdom flrmly established Sam 111315 Samuel Inttgrlty Sam lJl6- Hg rod deal with His people Sum 1714- A iHoral e and a warningI Sum 13162i Saul Dofuntk the Ammonites It appears that tfnul did not liniuetll atuly tithe upon lihnielf either the dutlex or the respon ibllite of kingship It seems to have happonod that when the Ammonites throAt CIUH the people of JabcsliCiilend the report ciinio to the town whore Saul shed Suiil still In uplte of hit new dignity noted as the herdtnmn Coming up after his herd he learned the news and like the maim he wasp he was filled with mtriotic aiifr JabeshGilead had just a week to get ready for the struggle Saul hAd practically no following and sottO thing hnd to he done nnd doneiiiiekly In this rnnrgfiicy the untried kiiiK sent hlV faithful few unions the pou jute to fay that destruction would coine upon thowe who refuted to heed the call of the king The loyaltyof the few und the fear pf the airy brought to the front 300000 men and the Ammonite met with utter de feat The Kingdom Firmly Istahllhed- The quick notion of Soul and the Treat victory resulting nude tit na tint wilting to accept the new king as ruler in deed ns well as In mime anti where as before the nfiunl of tome to accept Saul nn king went unheeded now the enthusiastic crowd wanted to put them to death lint Saul was magnanimous and prevent ed the threatened slaughter Saul now having Mimvn himself capable of being King Samuel again called the nation together that the kingdom night he llrmly established and further took occasion to soy 01111 need ful things lo the people of Israel Sammls Integrity Kirst Snnuii1 railed upon the people to testify to his own integrity of character Sam uel like the other prophets could perform miracles onn of which we Lure recorded In the lattrr part of the Scripture section wjilch we are studying but the ability to perform inlracles Is not the greatest test lion nial to his prophetic mission but that in what we term those unen lightened times he should hove main tanned the integrity of character to refuse to receive nay bribe to bind mine eyes herewith as he him self publicly declared and to the truth of which statement nil gave ascent This more titan all shows him n mOil of God A Promise and Yarning The mir ache above referred to was the bring lag of rata In the harvest time dur ing which season rain never comes in Palestine Seeing this great fear fell upon the people anil they began to repent that they had demanded a king Samuel told them to fear not lint to turn from their wickedness and serve God Jf they nunuM serve God all would be well hut if you shall still do wickedly ye shall be consumed this truths wan boron mft In after history nnd Indeed mch Is time common experience today individuals or nations rush to destrime- ttion and decay if God is forgotten but hfohlng crowns time lending of Divine counsels Illinii Horn lllimn- A prejudice cannot be principle The light of God cures the lust of gold Love cannot be limited by latitude or longitude Men mistake the gloryof gain for the gain of glory lie who sewer God only for wages will cease the devil for a raise Ambition becomes xln when it turns from the blessing of service to the boosting of pelf When u man buys a healthy peace at I hIdce of a sickly pride he has trade a good bargain I rn n nn nn MANAGING TIPSY HUSBAND Tier Arr of llltlr Atnll A nc In Point tttilrh intiluil rt rims Trnlli rend recently I thlnU lu your col emus hat cannot now refer to it it paragraph about womans tears which reminded me of the confession of n friend made to me many years ago She wax a bright educated woman prom nent as a speaker and u writer on tem jKTaiuc the wrongs of women and kin tired topics She paid to me that not a lung time After her marriage her husband cattle home unit day slightly Intoxicated She had a gird cry over It mill while neither said a word about It they were both driven apart It was tint lung un til lie lame home n little more Intoxi cated Hum the Ural time und she had knottier cry and the separation In MET HIM ViIll Till t tT- IXi croRHod uriwen them und a Hunt time with Ircreaswl misery on hr par Hut she hud wisdom eium li tl where that it unM would oiiil Tie ril would lr a drunken hiulmnd a wren h wife So she determined to ihatiKr Pier olin She did not have to wait IHK before he mane home more Intoxi ni than ever Ski wee waltlBff for him all met him with the Mine greeting the unnie endearmHiitM the name rIHIt- hat air Live him when Newt married and It took but two or three micli greet lags to have rjlin rune home for Ihi Inlll tire lutovlrnteit and shim dllll1- lIfr Htalement with Mr Janney while the tear of n woman usury be a pow erful argument with n stranger they are Knit and wormwood to the hue Imnd and truer words were never written or elskrnJnhn J Jnnney In Medical Talk- DRUNKEN WOMANS DESPAIR lute n 111IIr Pier Tlilr l nod lln- uilllnlril by Arrrl II U- llnril In Itrfuriii- Thtre It sometliing icrrilily pathetic ii the stat nmvutI mule by tlut rot luiit ilnlrif Hi the iiiircoiinH JIIII Ditniil tin other rny Sprukilig of tviuniin druukardsshesaid- tthru woinnii htftrll t lie nlj door clang behind tier Iweause of drunken lies the chances nr overwhelmiiiK that fhr will cmtif lack rather than reform 1hr unlmppv wouinii who conic hate thronirh other tAIIIII mav warp Kifll vow lo live better amid on bar relrasr go away to n life thcrciifnr frtc from sin Inn fur leer ci lavirl tIi tough rink there is little IOM She may peiul licr diirnrre In hind iron birds in curving the demon tlmt Innrlficd her and vowing to Imkmitt It hold hut once frI her trouble lend her to tIll haulm ngiiin unit ngain nod we become fmiilllnr lilt her face its regular timcncrvfr until micday the atnliullinie luslciid of tin patrol wagon nose r the olllccrn MIIIIIIIOII and lit gars to fill pnuprskmtve Vet till Indications point lo an in riv IM f intciiipcrauce among weturn- n loons lIuln Vlniiliiiml To have free and inlclligint mien j ciiMiitry miiM grow hem and you ran no more do that while tlic men If hoy are exposed to tsar seduce liltlit IIfoptlI saloons am the tll vices resorted lo by the liquor trallle to create appetite for strung drink then you run rear and preserve time life of sum ep when your hurl Is IX poicd to sliccpklllligdogi nnd prowl ing wolves The snlooiiit timid th Ir jalird ruin trade lire the dog anil prowling wolves of hell to thug down and ilcstroy our Innocent hovs ami young men rind how HTYetiuilly they io their work is seen In the rrcons tf our police nod iriminnl cniirts turf in the many murders IIflllIpllH wlvc nml children killed by husbaiii1 ami fatlicrs while relied with lime and whisky as reporttvl In the dully pa PIT licllglolls Telescope ABBrenilv W irl Aunlnut Snliinn The following three licniH from Cal leas Indianapolis Standard n liquor jolt utal tore significant ns allowing the npyiesslve work which Is being ca- rrirln the antlsaloon forms In In dliiiin SaloonH are dropping out of Kokomo Illio daiwIOH by the roailHlilc Coimorsvilln huts hoisted time black stag of prohibition and no more nilooim Is the war cry Even Franklin is agi sating another attack of blind tiger tem Uue dose ought to be eaotgh for a fivs years at least Berea College Founded 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN KEACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 20 States largest t College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied SolnncA Two years Course with agriculture for jrouiig m and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade HchoolH Cnrpentry Printing Hoiinflwork Nursing two yoar- nNoriunl 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there jut the mm The lie to it trying to iii tin or kill Airt gnat li liii thowltiK of Mrvr Hill rli alto to the woman who h uilrit her kill to prrttivr- K f tri1 In willing In drill or mnrch Which ftt tin lirnve oltllfr for itrlfe uttoukkIhe Iru und horn hr Cilia with eRr Till tlnxrr nml nninrtrf lire ore Then hllhrr tiul thlthrr In other Unki Shi hurn lilt over tin Moor Eh cullnnll ManIt III the HrliiK line IliHilitdftil of heat and loll All fluihrd li hr fur and her rye are trulnril- Ily trMriK the thlnst thnt t her tall in nlce lAnd iMenenri and itirs mid kliHf TIM wenry In urn bick and feet hot la ily he ptid till liir work II don With tvr thought or uilrent 9li mrtfully tmlirri the slot of nwetti- Tlml ihr hm mlllitij inntlf Aril oofi the IeI thltiBi for the winter tsiifn l4f rn Kitt fork IAn irmytd mink lot iif plaudit fnr triumph wun iri whiii h no lurrli will claim Th oman Ixhlml ilt prrtvrvlnic pot lr erlalnl rl if fame Iltifburg tlirorliii TrlfKrvph 1The Trouble A I on the Torolilo I BY FRANCIS LYNDE for rlht IM r rrinrn itikII HAITKU VImTtvit llicrr wuo thi luil trHrUI fchh Mfihertmn hud ilwtwl trill for blat klnrloni It uni ncll thnnru tnlikft tin 8lJlilt wl4 wo thus wr JWrIwIImIkaiAr rlilT till Upper canyon wan a inriuou mjulcJi Ailh prrrlpltou ilopr ri lnjf httrp Ijr from the waters edja ltlew thi ttlrr dam the wriliifllke rUt ul lr nrd and narrowed In lenr tug nalurul burin littwrm moun tain Saul heirback which would err admirably Sc ri ervoir for the grral irritation Ullrli In this liain the trraiu had ilimdtr l u liar at a41 said glUtenlnir mlraM hUl and white iiurt pbblr the aireold WMJilnfK of Ha swIft ruth lImn the eanynn ami this wga danblle the plan rffrouad upon which XiHe h T MHI had flied a claim aa ilineaverer Ill out Hue of tho Ctua quo Iw tain clearly Intelligible A law at the final narrowing of the guleb tfouM nbmerne the bur ansi above the ha ln It would have to bcartied lo an cnortMonn bel bt In the V haprd iliaam to retain n mil leletitly large lio4ut waiter re tMemberrd the Iereotyprul reply of the Mexican laqueroc lo the irin po ploneern and the Santa IV trull fn Carrajo potw me Mi riot anti xyendrred how much farther asp tkt rher thi onirlneer of the ilenllval pomptiny wuuUI hare to go to Ami AlarpherMin ready made alte fur the dam It wia at tiIa Miliii ihf incdltn tIe tseumloH that lhi Rae of curl uaItywia llglitnl and Mucihir oir air of rayatory addnl its armful sat fngola There wan no good roMMin why a nick man who wan at beat but v triValent onlm ker nhnuld tronlile himself about the mailer but run natty knows nut age ne or previous rondition of ertitiule in maladlo inenrable or otherwiiw Wlierefon the onlooker usual nu alaIidp trenni liMinlT from tilt Hiuldle totlior lie elubfiioteU 1441 lo a ninnled tree grtwlng front a cleft In hrhUowkler and inaki toilful wny up t lie Can on Wvkampn nltrntI nuiic Into view lieynnd tlic Keconil Illiow In the wedre haped gorge It wna Hiiollur voiipiHtfiiit Iuiiln niniilar to lie one below and n bled llrlree with bluepi ncll IIInlIIII proved tlint the jejijclneer hud ntrend made hl pre IbIr reuonnnlHMiinee lint hI in ttlrnlOlltllnhllItlIl to wlileli Mne pliernonM niyMterioim hint t nil 11a nitogel her luuunhulnu rent Ailde from the added evpen e of tiiiinrllii ajaur of the iiKinntiilii fur an outlet iii1 upper liHNlnseftviiediiiiltc nsprntn harouuulsluultlbreqiiirtHl WHH there uiy Ililnjr III thoI topography of thus iinyon III forbid hut roHNtrnetlon of the iliun at thin point To lie suEt tho xtoep dope werr nel ii cal iihinen of criiiulilliii Khftle lint thin native granite could tin bo fnr to suck In usen t lug And tUtli the everlasting inoiintalns foi lIn 1IIIIInllchora gas die eta IIIIr utllrht starchy his KOII In se citrlly The alan nllltuhiraI Hcillvlty wits lppery altlusa overlaying of liroknn nhnle and dry llrneedlex I cJlliilxd a little higher to shallow nUihe where project tug rod prtnnUed a foothold and hut down to try to ptilo IInlll and lo Anther tuisith for the return TIll thin lipped lircexr with tin IO till KtirtwctipN Hn erliiK1 in HK lireath a wept softly down from tilt mu iimnilt of Tims mountain nml the mlnlinlrd thunder of thin strenin lie en me tIll Hiililmos In n great organ syinphony In which the shin rluig ft cia played the nllilhint trolile Irom the wider world below tho voleo of a womnn rose clear and strong In a jitxilnngcd double sy IIlIhhIIOIIII farm ns wire or damhter calling her lIallel tho familiar cry wns a re inlndi r that tho day was done If one wunld not limit a Mifthcarlcd giant and his following out xunnrlng the valley for stray Invalid one in scramble back and mount and rlHo Till cJeid or at least Uie begin suIng of it fitted Itself to the thought Hut In the net of rising the rlllllI blioj fthiId gave way anti 1 shot down till slippery mountainHide tin nl nets in Ior a single Jiililliint IlitoI Ktnnl joy wns uppermost than well luive shuddering horror of winning out of life by the consimip Uu4 rond and welcome as n lIIe- sage of iods mercy an end slI I nml meaxuralily painless lint the in itt ret of sd fliresurvn thus does not take Into account a possible hicka t things worth living for The plunge Into the ley waters of the Torolilo wun sharply reactionary and with thin gasping baptism the battle for fr wua on- Meusured by agonllng It hinted long The water won no more thtai waistdeep hill the might of a strong man would have availed It IIIIIIIII tI1IICl downrush of the torrent In itjl bowlderstudded bed Twice and yet once again made freliled shift to struggle to foot or knee In the boiling raceway hull at the Until emergence had a vanishing glimpse of hit embankment of the Seller dam with aonie one standing thereon It wui woman and her figure 11I outlined n gia ii the wedge of blue sky beyond tIn cnnyon gateway So much sow In the catching of n j lireath lint when would have cried to her the torrent uprose lu lilt Its hIu it effaced mo fllAITUU VII nCI TO TIIK I5AUTII CAIN If the Immortal aaaail of man be ronnciou entity a a mime amncrt hlJM4Iii the mental reeau rut tug machinery top and Mime hulTIIr bruliie ti r the body corporcnl tear a Iplll suit the booli of time Von n certain curium onlooker whom tiierylnra mnl him to pbniRe unwillingly into the iyvatra of tIll Torolltan Aver nnn times eliMk stopped with R KllniMc of tIll dam nn outlined HK tiro of a woman and n mighty din ning of the lliHid In bin ears When U b iran to tIck again it wax nijeht ami the jmlnt of view won thin jail low of n bin In a alrnitgo room A lamp wnii burning on a Inn at the Ix do head and the room alI Itenrrrt an a halfiitory chamber a ulwtnntlnl log hcMmc with hII rough rafter pitching low over bed A murmur of voice cnutc from be low and an Intermittent clatter of knivc nail Sock on lrort one china Presently a chair complained in the room beneath and a slow aid- amounted tb1I11I1r eloed mynyc wearily lo oHn theta whin the leUurrly ateia reached the bedside The man who atonal over me Inll lean leatherniklnned and whtl- no IIi more beard than nn Indian If he had not worn hula hilt at thin aeii perlable below he hud put it on to eQual uMtnlr He WAil In hIs hlrt sheens tumid hllC manner was of those to whom coats are unmennlng luxu rica MniaIaba tbort abe hears yc tlrrln he mild smut hia apereh nra oelnted Itself with my recollection of the leUiiMly itep on the tnlr u IT WAS A WOMAN Done fonn yourself agin nt InIhave ye1 Keel like yc could eat n little something u ngced my hcnd on the pillow and nuked the stereotyped question of the lately man el a nil Where am Yere Jiere hn replied with a simple tl men t ii os which left nothing lo be deircd Nun stun fished ye IIlubeen here ever Xan 1IIrh 1111IUiiinhoo shins my daughter wns Vooetin tIll cow an slit inwI ou jloppn round In till runawny Iioo Iht dUll Vhntull xvas ye try In to do nnyhinv Trying to get out If I rememhcr coirectly Whnt In hula for pil my liiind to the bamhigc on my head llita a patti y tolerable bad cut binninl It agiiikt n rock reckon Hurt some dont It Not much hut Im as weak is n child You sity your name Is Seller Xmv Iit Iii nt any but hit ar An yere the tenderfoot from 1I1lI phi trsouiu li ra rut the name mUromcmlier hit Ilnlcott unld nnd this was my Informal Introluctlon to tIll Seller household fleck on ye coutdit eat anything he wild hospitably after an uneasy pause Na think uni lie left me nt that shnllling as he had come and few minutes after ward there was a Holder ateja on the hlalr iinU a tap Ot the hnlfopen door wild Come thtnkinif It was the daughter It was Miss Sunborn She had linprovikfil a trayalit of n tin kettlecover and was bringing me n slice of t iast and a cup of lea 111111I ger was tint lu me but her thought ail kindness stirred some faint shut iilacrum of It Thank you Mlsa Sanbijrn that Ii very good of you ISnt dont be Ute could cut a mouthful li You mint he Insisted You are getting better now halt you wont gain strength until you begin to eat We mustnt let you starve yourself There Isnt much danger of hint In there queried I ate n very hearty dinner ni remember 11 She made the ptlloxv comfortable and sat alitt the bedside to hold the Improvised tray When was that die asked Today two or three hours be fort started taut to ride up the vnl leyHer IlmllnH cordial In itself Nature Is kind to us sometimes You have sit iTerti dreadfully and have been very near to death with out realising Itullr hearty dinner wns eaten just three weeks ago to day It was blankly Incredible and I said no- II Is true It wns brain fever the shunt or ans Yon have been dellrl uitis all 0e time when yon havent been unconscious The doctor ytm sny Iuilaint know there was one lu thin Talley There Isnt Hut Mr Mncpherson brought Dr Kuynor up from the fort ind lias kept htm here ever snce I hud eaten half of thin toast slice nnd was reaching for tIll other half Slut It to me That Is right it will do you Kiiod 1Thill Is just like Mae Isuv There Is no end to hula goodhcnrt 4I1411 No Shin nld It frankly and If there were the fnlnlest IliiHli of self co eloiiHiiea to 70 with It thin ll lil Itwn a tin poor to betray her It In tint to be cvpeeted that n man who haitI just mat three weeks Is the chnoi of delirium ilioulil be wholly responilble n tai said It must have een a sore nil to him not to be stile to come lucre to see me Her straight brows went up In tltlle arch of surprise nnd there wna 111111 alnrm klgnnl letting IIRl11i the frmik eyes Nut to be aIde to eonie here lie him watched with you every night saw my blunder ami wns not too ItIthought the trouble l etweeti him sinai Seller inlvht keep him nway Slit mulled again There wna re lIlt In it t liii time and the alarm Ignnl In the eyes of mrenitv took tightYuauir illnms baa been a hlolng In ilNguise tube said the trouble be ween them wall growing day byutay hut Mr Mncpheron canning here miMh bias given them n chnnee to nr nt n better understanding Their Interest are identical when nil Is said Ye hut I understood that Seller had gone over to tho enemy aaid I He shut iell hits waterright to thin hunt company hat he Is sorry for that now Mr Marphersou luau shown hint what the result will be that he will presently hat to laity wnter of the onmNiuy At the ooniNinyK price Khali bring yon another cup of Inn No thank yon limit tell me more illKlllt Shin shook lieu head with great lit flslun Not any more tonight fly mil by when you are stronger Mr 1I101ltIWill Mac be here tonight presume co yes certainly he will come fan Islal nnything more for you Her presence was so restful that tried to lii Imihat some pretext for do IIitlrm resolve to stay awake rnoiigh to Ucal ian Macphcrnou 111111I he should come Hut when slit iiiine thin opiate in till low hum of Iic from Itelnw stairs struck anils with weakness a nat I hII1mph so soundly lint knew when Mncpherson enme or went nnd Ml was hue the following evening when nwoko out of n alou to liml the master of the ranch nt mv bed side Ills greeting wns largehearted with n little ipmver of grntitiidii in the voicing of It 011rpitII us ho said and his oyos were suspiciously bright tl How are you fetllmugn bit stronger and bet tor IhlllllIIHor t WIII There was n heartening In lila laugh JXo Itonh n tiny this time hInt you IIIlIlIt lIt talk Doctors are bad people to run up ngalnst If cant talk youll have to When dropped olltor rather we were about to take up arms against n sea of troubles Piece out the stotvfor me and Ill be as quiet as a Iamb Otherwise shall have aiuoryllt and run my temperature up Whnt has happened In my 11ml pornry absence Mnepherson laughed again A whole lot of things leave happened iPellvr has seen the error of his ways jiud is mud slowmad like nn Indian and after somebodys scalp Wy liiimpM for preference though bo Hove he wouldnt hesitate to ambush the entire board of direct aria alter fhi most approved Tennessee moiiii tnlnoer style if lit hud thin chance What converted him Several things contributed II us ii e had to divide the purchase iminoy Tor till waterright with the othor settlers nnj there wasnt enough to ifo around Then i was discovered that he had been ton ignorant or tutu negligent to secure Interim rights water tu use while the dambuilding tj os uutumitiuI in consequence tIll whole settlement Is likely to go dry t roll ghi the summer while IVy ka i tearing out anal puttliag in Tha stirred up I torneis nrt rlflhl ana when the tiirug began In good fMii rst he came to me and wanted advice and help And you gave both I presume I gave him n Scotch blessing aunt al111 him olT with a lieu In lila butt net to keep the hornets company I was Mill pretty warm under the cot Jar Butt about that time you were trying your best to drop out and when he tackled me again I weakened told him there wasnt anything to do lout to grin nnd bear Itraluuea kd thrown up Ids chance but hrl jcl ivied of the placer claim altcrnnttte aril ie Itis been crazy lo have me juap tn I bnvent made n move Im hohVas cft jilt aheet free and head to t hi wjid ready to conic about nt the atUienl moment Theres no hurry tsworking beautifully without me jiHt now settlers holding Indignation meetings in till schoolhoueo where nslng and resolving ansI everybody mad enough to light at lisa drop of the hint My part has turn to porr oil on the troubled waters not tio much oh Inui know but just enough to keep somebody from killing Rome body else and promise you Ive had my hands full out potshot from be hind a bowlder just now would spoil the whole oonsplrnoy Is anyone likely to fire It 1 asked Maiphersoa wagged his head dubi ously ITo He Continued A GOOD MENU Mnrjr of au ilveiitnre of Arlenuu Vn 111110 n Jlr llnl HHIIII All old friend of Artemus Ward tells this anecdote in the Century Ion on nnnl street one day ho encountered a Mrs Mulligan over her washtub with tier dresM pinned up bOil her waist barefooted and rubbing a way upon tier washboard oine dirty children playing nbout He arcooted her with a iood morn lug and inquired if she would like to do tts washing nnd what wns her prloe She straightened up put her flsts upon her hips and with n withering tnre saisi Im not one of thCte thnt does washing out of my own family Youre a tine gossoon I dont own know yon by eyeeight Turning to the two boys she said Here loMph Ander take Thomas Ander by the hand and lade him oil Iii skule Sold looeph Andtr Ive not hnj me breakfast Ye and ye have Ye hud the blue ducks eggs nml pancakes flopped In gravy Now be lilT wid yces And Artemns mill he IIollhllt was time for him to go lent slut might take a fancy to wash hU shirt with taut hi taking it niT The menu pleased him so much thai he repeated It again and again laughing heartily at each repetition Tin blue ducks eggs and pancakes sopped in gravy ANNIE LAURIES GRAVE a ill cat icrtcui llenllnu thof Its- 5tshtlt lrl fur U limn tie XHIIU Vn Vrlllrn Public notice has been directed it ICnglnnd to tIlt grave of Annie Laurie and the fact that it tins liven sadly nigleclcil and has remained all then utractinJrremark Many people are under the cldiiMon that Aunie Ixturic was mere ly llgmcnt of the poets limit but Ihis wa not so Slut Wls the daugh ter of Sir Kubert Laurie mind was born in Maxwclton house which stands on the brae Immortalized In the soli Maxwelton house is still full of tnt itt oriei of this winsome girl and III the long dniwlngrooni then stilt bnnf- her portrait tier lover and tIll null luor of the orlginil tong was youiif Douglas of Pinglnmt but whelhrr lies as Is common with lovers of poets temperament did not press his stilt iullicicntly ir whitt her she wished a stabler husband she gave lien hand to in prosaic country laird her cousin Mr Alexander 1erguson They hIved thin rest of their lives at Crnlgdarrock house five miles from Maxwclton and when shIlIcl Annie was hurled In the beautiful glen of thin Cairn Lady Scott Spottjwuode who dIHv early lu the present year was ta xpnnsilde for thin modern version Of thin song All Olit HullHoc Among the treasures lucid l y tin Antiquarian society in 1orUmouth II there Is an old box thin history of which Is given on a label which it bears The box is of tlnpalntedgrrcn and shows signs of much usage which is nut surprising when one consider that It carried the Inltrd States mail between Portsmouth and Hoston dun lag the revolution It is about ulna Inches long four and a half inchei wide and a little more than that in height It was carried on horseback by Iupt John Noble otherwise known as Deacon Noble who was postrider until 17i3 This box contained all the mall and made every week one round trip occupying three days In the jour ney from Portsmouth to Iloston the first of till aetkanal three days nt the end of tIn week from Iloston te Portsmouth The distance between the two places Is a little more than o mills The mailbox Is somewhat battered and the paint Is faded and scraped lout there is no doubt that In ease need arose thin stout little box cfiuld rven now serve as it did In this time of the country peril Youth Companion JiilIyliiK The only way to jully some folks U to say that they cannot tie jollied Washington la Democrat k PURELY PERSONAL Wliam Winter dean of New York dramatic critlci cold recently of Jef feroiiji Ihia The corut of ha MI primaoy not obittire II lung IIP wiltlied the world for tlio simple rea toil that It huts successfully rlJiIIhe method of poetic tremut summon thing That rosily done when you happen to able to d- oithill yon will not ncconipllsli it nn lets you were born with the fnculty of the poet W H Gilbert fornurlr of Jltbert and Snllhan comic opera fame wrote follows to a London newspaper re cently There is n lint In your issue nf May IS thAt must hate sent a thrill of joy through ttinuiyit worthy home refer to the line in nn art kIn headed A Naval lInt tIe In wlilih I am re ferred to the late W S Gilbert I am always sorry to spoil sport but common eandor compel me to ndmlt relnetantly that am still alive Louis Ilasselrlls the Danish sculp tot will make the statue which Is to commemorate the three hundredth an niversary of the first printed edition of Hamlet Danish scholars and lit frail took thin lead In thin movement ton a monument to Shakespeare which will be erected In or near filth anne Queen Alexandra of Knpland i Dane by birth tins taken n deep Interest III thin project and other roy alties Ineliuliiifr her parents mare nlso trivinR 11nlllt1l MeNelll Whistlers portrait of Cnrlyle Is owned by thin corporation nf Olasiow Shortly after it was fin ished n committee from till corpora lion visited Mr Whistler Intending to purchase the wonderful painting They wanted to know about the price which the irtixt lund announced as 1000 guineas Didnt you know the price be fore yon enme lucre asked Whistler lilondly Oh yes we knew but Then lets talk about tonic hlnj else Interrupted Whistler The canny Scots bought thin picture and trust them pot a bargain When 1resjdent Itoosevelt was in Springs Mo n countryman stepped up nnd said to a member of the presidents party Whars the resident 1 Mr Itoosevelt scenting lomethlng good said Do you wish to see him particularly I never melt hut one president III my life an of course I would like to see him on fnral principles replied the cOlin IrnIHI1 Hilt wlmt I want to see tills one fur mos particular is to tee If huts got theta squirrel teeth the papers uiy he bus And then and there the iin11 displayed his squirrel teeth in the broadest of rins Goal ter blazes youre tIn feller said the mUll ns he hurrlsii way SMILES FOR THE SEASON Markley tells me he follows the races Thats the gospel truth lie never gets ahead of them Philadel phia Ledger They Didnt Stay louigIiow long iuve you kept summer boarders I believe the average is two and a half- 3nyiaTown Topics Question of Orthography Jack Say lets get married 1alnudelt- rill not Tackh1ow do you spelt that not with or without a kt Chi cago DaIly News Summer Ihoartlar1l thought your idvertisemert said something about boating nunerOhu yes We have a boat antI oars only sometimes tilt creek tines up Town and Coun t rylnidhIow was KthcIindaVgradu ntlon eisay lleautiful answered the proud mother We spared no eV pense in ribbons to bind it and I have no hesitation in saying It was the most becoming essay In tile tliisuiasIuington Star MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 11 CATTMJ Common 3 00 qf 3 S5 Butcher steers 10 j 50 CALVES Extra 0 25 ff 50 HOtJS Ch packers 5 25 ff 5 30 Mixed packers 6 15 Sf 5 25 SIIKEP Extra 1 50 Gi 3 C- OLAMHS Extra liJII i 15 FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 4 7- 0WIETNo 2 red 78 No 3 winter ti 76 COHN No 2 mixed jJ 5- 1OA1SNo 2 mixed f lOi RYENo 2 tfl 57 HAY Ch timothy Ci 17 50 IOIIK Clear family IIIi 20 LAUD Steam 5i SOr- UUTTEIl Ch dairy 47 12 Choice creamery 2- 2AlPLfiSFaney 1 75 Ci 5- 0POTA1OSow 2 25 i 2 50 TOHACCO New 3 5 ff 9 00 Old 5 50 ffl3 00 Chicago FLOIU Winter pat 3 75 Hi 3 90 j91NorojOAT8IIHYE No 2 lti 61 PORK Mess H 00 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greatest blood purifier It is a medicine ot positive merit and fully accomplishes all that is claimed for it Malaria can not find a lodgment in the system while the liver is in perfect order for ono of its functions is to prevent tha absorption of fever producing poisons Herbine is a most efficient liver regulator BOo at East End Drug Cos EARLY RISERS TilE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS I For quick relief from BlllousneS Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles arls hag from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWllts Little Early Risers are un promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that it Is a pleasure la take them One to two act as a mild laxatIve two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They Ionic the liver TUI DZALZI SOPflT TS- UaAaIo If E C DvWltt A CoCKIcatgo Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are the pecialties of Williams shop t Agency I H Laundry Take all your troubles to blMWork guaranteed a oo ooovooooooo oo REfORMATION CAMP AT SBy FRANK H SWEET So 0S o CopyrIght by T C McClure 0S S o oooooooooooooHalf I uilners were gathered about the dingy counter of the one store at Hllzzard Iump It was Christmas eve and they wanted something extra for their din ner on the morrow Just to keep them in mind of the day they said Hut there was llttlo novelty In the forlorn remnant of cany upon the shelves or III till half empty barrels and boxes under the counter and masted In the corners of the room One man found a stray box of sardines and took possession of it with the remark that while it was not Chrlstuiasy he could have till Rttlsfactlon ot knowing he was eating the only sardines In camp Another drew out a can of lloston baked beans from behind a squadron of tomatoes while a third of a more Investigating mind hunted among the boxes and bar 1relsuntil he actually discovered a cue Cod cranberries This brought the entire group of I Christmas hunters Into a compact en I vying circle and while they were anx iously debuting the pro and con of a dl vision of spoils the door opened apolo getically and u stool shouldered water eyed nina entered Have you got anytoysT he asked J hesitating The storekeeper stared and unani I mously as though by preconcerted ar rangement the group around the can ned representatives from Cape Cod turned and stared also Any what the storekeeper asked blankly Toys the man repeated looking at the encircling fa es with abashed em barrassment things to play with I mean like children have at Christmas You see with a curious mingling of apology nut pride In his voice my lit tie tenyearold boy come In with a p HAVE YOU GOT ANYTOYS B ASKED HESITATINGLY party from Circle City Just now clean from lila grandmas back to Missouri Ive been acadia for him ever since tome but couldnt seem to get to It till I struck gold lust mouth lIe lurched heavily against the counter and his watery eyes begun to till purt ly through his condition and partly through sonic long dormant tenderness which was beginning to reawaken The boys cotislderble childish he went on rousing himself a little at the consciousness of being listened to by men who usually passed him without recognition an sets store on things to play with So bein Its Christmas an he Just comlu why I thought meb tibeId better hunt some toys Of course cried Dobsou the filler Iff heartily and Of coursel Of course cuwe promptly from the rest of the group And then they looked about the store luqulrlngly eagerly In search of some thing that would please a tenyearold boy who was childish But there was little they saw only huge miners boots and pyramids of picks and shovels and blankets and barrels of hour and beaus and pork und on the shelves tobacco and canned goods and a small assort meut of earthen and tin ware and then ut the far end of the store a bar for the accommodation of those who were thirsty k There were no dry and fancy goods and notions upon the shelves no show Injwould only begin to make their ap pearance with the coming of the first woman and that was not yet Ituther a slim show for playthings Dobson said the owner of the cran berries after a fruitless search with his eyes from one end of the store to the other Dont sposc a pack o playiu cards would do as his gaze paused hopefully on au extensive assortment of that popular article They has pic ters on em- Wouldnt do at all answered Dob son decidedly They aint moral an the first kid who patronizes us has got to be brought up moral Say you to the watery eyed man who was edging tward the bar at the tar end of the store None o that Nouo o what asked the man quer ulously I aint iteppln on your toes No but you are oa the kids Ms 5 here an incisive ring In his vole which had made many stronger uaci tremble You aint wnlkln the sami line you was twentyfour hours ago Then you was a poor no count drllukIard whod a right to dig his without opposition from nobody youre markln out a trail for that 1I0WI to fuller See Me on my here aint no call to Interfere between father an still dropping his voice an easy familiar tone and placing hit hand encouragingly upon the tremu lous shoulders so longs the fathci makes n good deal but when hi slumps his voice still soft but the steely glint returning to his eyes theta me an my friends still In Sabel lleln the first kid III cuuip wee con stltooted ourselves his guardians Just like every man In the place will ilr Boons they hear o his belli here Sloug lie turned back to his companions and the watery eyed man after one bug wUtful farewell glance toward the bar resumed hits fruitless search of the goods There was nothing now to divide his attention lie knew the limn with whom he hud to deal and re alized that henceforth the bar was to be as tar removed from him ns though a wall of granite Intervened lint to tile credit lIe It said that even with the realization came a new firmness to his lips and a new steadiness to hisI eyes Whats that on the top shelf he asked suddenly That Oh that IsI dunno hesitated the storekeeper as he took down the object In question and examined It critically It got In with some goods a year ago an has been up there ever since Why you chump cried the cran berry owner derisively not to know a Jumpln Jack when you see one Ive bought lots to howe for the children Sec And he pulled a string which sent the acrobat tumbling up over the top of his red pole Just the thing for the kid Just the thing repented the watery eyed man drawing a small bag of gold dust from his pocket Itll make the boy laugh As he was going out the owner of the cranberries stepped to hU side there take this along with you la saul relinquishing the can to which he hail been clinging so fondly It will help to wake out a Christmas for the boyAnd this tool And this tool added the owner of the sardines and time OWII er of the baked beans and then Sheriff Dobson pushed before them and slip ped something bright and heavy into the hand which held the Jumping Jack Its a nest egg for the kid he said gravely Now you better go home an fill up hiS stock an tomorrer you way tell him merry Christmas from all o us The Secret In the Brick A man who own eil a whole street of houses ut Cilsborne near Melbourne was much puzzled and annoyed to find that the bricks were being constantly stolen from the garden walls of some of these houses The depredators were Chinamen but what on earth they did with the spoil neither he nor any one could lull out They did not seem to do anything with them Several were captured and punished but the thiev lug still went on At last in disgust he determined to pull down the walls and outbuildings level to the ground make a new street nud build fresh houses at a cost of 50000 to 75000 When the work be gan and the old walls were torn down the bricks gave up their secret They hud been made of clay taken from ground full of alluvial gold and they were full of the precious metal lie hud them all broken tine and washed Sonic panned out as much as two pen nyweights to the dish and the result was that he got fltilllclent gold to pay for the whole cost of his Improvements Bloodshed Averted Ople Rend the novelist once told of his experiences as a Journalist In Kentucky many years ago There was a good deal of news he said such as shootings and knifings but this news was not regarded as im portant and little attention was paid to It I remember once when a local rend broke out afresh when members of the opposing sides met at the county seat There were hot words a blow was struck and we jus were drawn when the sheriff Interfered lie loudly announced that he would not tolerate say violence ordered the parties to separate aud when his orders were not obeyed he began shooting I forget whether he killed eight or nine but know that lu describing the incident In my paper I commended the sheriff for his prompt action and bravery und added the paragraph There Is no doubt but for the prompt action of the sheriff there would have been blood shed Cathedral Built b r One Man The Cathedral of lloulognesurMer wall rebuilt by the efforts of the Abbe laffrelugue The former edifice had been sold an national property lu 1793- intl destroyed with all its uiouuuieuts iltars and statues When the site which had been marked by a heap of stones came Into the uarket In ISliO the abbe purchased It antI determined to rebuild the cuthe drat Aided by general contributions le accomplished this being his own irchltect and supervisor of the works The abbe was made a bishop In rec ignition of this work A black marble euotaph to his memory is surmounted hy a life size statue of the prelate meeting and holding a model of the estored cathedral In his hands which he II offering to Our Lady of Boulogne viio according to an ancient legend hall Just arrived In a boat bearing the holy Infant lu liar arms attended b1 wo angels + + t III H 1111111111111 11 I Uti tlllIllI It 111111 till It An Old FavoriteIttllll + IItlII + + + ++ + l + + + + + + + + + + + + + I+ ttii44 + + 4 ONE TWO THREEB- y Henry Cuyler Bunner r I ii I1KNUV CUVlKIl lllNNKIl Journalist and poet whose untimely ilfiitli even yearti ego WIIS mourned by n wide circle ut friends wus widely known nil editor and rIwriter of llctloii nnd verse He was burn nl OwlIn N In lsfi ami etwiiKeil fur a time In business life In New York Uiter ho beetimn reporter timid ut tIit time of tils trait ho was tile editor of Iuek Although of Mr IHiminH work ot nil ennentliilly tniimlenl ture Iii wan a true oet feellntt und expression luHikH ort Shun Sixes Made In Fiance und 1111IFrom Arcndy and KlHttvvliere was nil old old old old lady And u boy that wax half past three And the way that they played together Was beautiful to nee She couldnt go running and Jumping And the boy no mure could he l or he was Iblii huh fellow With a thin little twisted knee They sat lu the yellow twilight Out under till maple tree And till game they played Ill tell you Just as It was told to me It was hide and seek they were playing TLough youd never have known It to blWith an old old old old lady And the boy with the twisted knee Tin boy would bend his face down On hiit one little sound right knee And hed guess where she was hiding In guesses one two three You are up In papas bedroom In the chest with tilt queer old key Anil slit said You aru warm unit warmer lint youre not unite right said she It cant be tin little cupboard Where mammas things used to be So It must be the clothesptv granmal Aud lit found tier with his three Then she covered her face with her lingers That were wrinkled and white and wet And slit guessed where till boy was hiding With a one and a two utah a three And they never had stirred from their place Right under till maple tree This old old old old lady And the buy with tilt lame little knee This dear dear dear out lady And the boy who was halt past three + llllltlllllIIIIII11111 IIII++ S I SI I I t GEMS IN VERSE j I a 1 Thr DHnilelliiu- He smoothed with ride liii yellow hair lie liked Its color vuln young chap And pitied Daisy Just Hint tuiked hiTS In tier snowy cup Oh ho he cried My hair1 so thick I couldnt do Unit If tried Youd keep It longer It you did The Daisy with u smile replied Alas her words were sit too true For left uncovered day und night The nun und rain tat on his hud And turned his golden locks to white And soon u dreadful thing occurred At which the Daisy looked appalled A blustering wind swept by and He left the poor old fellow batd- VashItigtoii Star Mother In Her Weddlnic iiiinn- Herns u picture of my mother In her wed ding gown Ah me I wonder It titers ever was a fairer bride than she Not a wrinkle on her forehead nut a hue denoting cure Can be traced upon her features What a wealth of wavy hair Fell away from her fair temples And tin smile she wore that day AVM the smile of one whose sorrows stilt were lurking fur away I can funcy that my fattier he gazed upon her then Must have held lute head up proudly fa vored oer all other men And beholding the sweet beauty of the tact depleted here- I Imagine I can see him young and ardent standing ricer I have loved und I can see him as he caught her to liii breast When the strength of youth was In him and his lips on hers were pressed The picture of my mother taken on her wedding day Show the face of one whose sorrow were ull lurking far away And u fairer bride than she line never charmed u man I Irow Yet theres one whose smile Is sweeter thai tier smile was long ago One whose brow hUB many furrows proudly looks sometimes on me And I see the fondest gladdest smile a man may hope to set- a K Klaer In Chtcuuo HecordHerald To lie Free To be tree to be free from the bondage of form From the fetters of shallow pretense From the customs that bind us In limit less swarm And hedge us about as a fence From the chatter and patter or gossiping tongues- With nothing for you and fur rae From people whose thinkers are host In their lungs It Is oh to be tree to be fuel The fetters of fashion the bondage of form The chains that we bind on the soul No fallen they lift and no heart do they warm Yet to them we offer our toll The true man U hidden the false ls dls played I smirk and you smirk upon me We barter our souls and sorry the trade And Its oh that we all might be treat Alfred J Waterhouse In New York Times The Cry of the What shall I do to be Just What shah I do for the gaIn Of the world for III sadness Teach me 0 seers that I trust Chart me the difficult main Leading out of my sorrow and mad 111- Prrach me the purging of pnln Shall I wrench from my finger tho ring To cast to tire tramp at my door Shall I tear off each luminous thing To drop In tire palm of the pour What shall I do to be just Teach me 0 ye In the light Whom the poor and the rich alike trust Uy heart li aflame tube right d It IuulUh Vemr of the Opal Marry people to this day have a su perstitious dread of wearing opals be cruise they really believe luck Is at luditil to this beautiful ntoue Three centuries ago the opal was au exceed lugly fashionable gem and the Italian goldsmiths particularly favored Its use fur their most exquisite settings The opal was lit tire height of Its pop ularity when tire plague broke out In Venice Sumac especially observant In dividual discovered that when a plague stricken sufferer was at thu Point of death tllullul If he wore one would grow brighter and otter his death It would grow null The reason for this appears to hue Inen that the burning fever warmed the storm and that after death the damp anti chill of the body dulled It lint many deduced from tins a belief that It was the opal that lied brought death and misfortune and with the spread of this superstition tine opal declined In popular favor Many persons would on no account whatever even accept one as a gift munch less wear what they foolishly deem tIne unlucky opal New York Press Courage of Wild flogs Tho whole tribe of wild dogs which In closely allied forms are to be found In the wildest Jungles anti woods of Asia from till Himalayas to Ceylon and from China to the Taurus unless the goldon wolves of the Roman em pire are now extinct III the forests of Asia Minorshow an Individual and corporate courage which entitles them to u high place among the most dar lug of wild creatures Tho red dogs to give them their most characteristic name are neither large In size nor do they assemble In largo packs Those which have been from time to time measured and described seem to aver age Home three feet in length from tine nose to tho root of the tall Tire truck seldom numbers more than nine or tint yet there Is sufficient evi dence that they ate willing unit able to destroy any creature that Inhabits the jungle except the adult elephant and perhaps the rhinoceros creatures whose great size and leathery hide make them almost Invulnerable to such enemies asdogs London Spectator A Custom of the Balkans He or sine who enters a bouse for the first time Is supposed lu tho Balkan countries to bring It good or bad luck tot tine whole twelvemonth This be lief gives rise to a curious observance The visitor before crossing the thresh old picks up u stone token of strength or a green twig emblem of health and frultfulness and lays it on the hearth He also brings with him some grains of salt which he casts into the flames and then squatting by the fireside wishes his hosts a prosperous year a plentiful crol aud many blessings Then as tine grains of salt burst and crackle In the tIre he utters tine follow Ing quaint formula As I am sitting oven may sit the lien and warm the eggs As this salt splits u so may split the eggs of tine cluv g bin and the chickens come forth To My Country My mother thou thy child am I What can I more than love thee And for thee live and for tines die If hart true born to prove theT r2islw 5bQII J SUMMER DRINKS Slow to Make a Number of Hefres trig Beverages With the warm thirsty days we bl Kin to look for something long and w to cut out tire dust In our throat Summer drinks are always a perple lug problem All alcoholic drlul l should be avoided and to Mud e thing to take till place of cold water trot always easy The New rutk American publishes till following lists for making summer drinks The following Is easily and quick made Into a large glass put till beaten whites of two eggs Juice of UIII lemon or two oranges shut i cup lit crushed Ice and sugar to taste Put III tin shaker and shake until light Serv In a smaller glass Another good drink Is made by gnu Ing a pineapple In a saucepan pOllr over enough tolling water to cover It let It steel on buck of stove for five or six hours turn strain sweeten to tasti Half freeze this nothing better on hot duty A most refreshing drink Is tamale al follows To one quart of Ircd tea until n pint of a iisiii inn ris water the Juke of three lemons Juice of two orange several slices of orange strawberrln nut shredded pineapple Then swecte to taste and serve very cold A good champagne elder Put tWII teiiMpoonfuU of powdered carlxmate ot oda and two ounce of white tuigar III a pitcher ruin INUIT over It u quart ot sharp elder The elder should IK Itt before using A cooling drink which should lit lists sparingly is made by mixing and ill i solving a plot of vinegar two pound of strained honey and three quart lit Ice water A drink for sick or well U tInt yolk ot an egg one tahtciqKMmful of sugar twi drops of vunlllu ouelmlf cup of colt water Heat nnd add a few piece chopped Ire a Iso till white of an egi beaters to a froth An Inexpensive anti refreshing II rink Is made follows Half gallon of wa ten one tiltsissHstiIsit cinnamon intuit wlnegtaH of vinegar Sweeten tn taste HIXT lo Clean Copper halt a lemon dipped In salt wllW clean ropper beautifully and tire tel part of It U list n lemon from whlcl tire Juice lists Iteeti squeezed do1 Jut as well as It tr4hl rut one Aflei rll1tiltand isilisir with n clean soft cloth Iliiw In Make tud Crrai One omiti of Kpcrnmivtl n tml nine1 rif pun1 Will II quarter pint ot clirC weet almonds und n dram ot rosewater Crimh tilt Hpermaeell anti tint wax and put them with tine othei Ingredients Into a Jar set In Uilllu water Stir centlv until till wux nni Npenmuvtl art1 melted Then 1141 Inn a thick IIHII or mortar to get wild When quite cold stir the mixture gen Uy wlfii tire pestle beginning at tin nurfact and gradually working to the bottom When the Ingredient ft rut thoroughly lncon orated add six drop of esneiice of rusts then stir nnd beat line mixture until perfectly white Ihlll Is not only u gtHMl cold cream but It U n remedy for Irritating skin affections how lu Clears Panama Hals To clean punauia hats brush then well to remove every particle of dun ititl cover them with a paste tirade ot lampcned corn meal Ixavt this our ivernlght emil In the morning brush It orr When tint mutt Is dry iq oiigt It with teroxlde of hydrogen ninth tIny In hut met Hiinihlne How to Whiten the Hands A small wide mouthed Jar suthr Icily or Jam vines lu should be placet tear tho sink In the bath room to hold the odds and ends of soup anti when threefourths full It can be filled wit bulling wither Add a little glycer III oust the Juice of a lemon and you rave a soup Jelly which will soften ind whiten tire hands beautifully Tints elly Is easily prepared antI otTers a good vay to use up tint odds and ends of oap which H within the possibilities INI of those who do the lightest kind ot housekeeping I thaw to Irvvrnt Shutter Ilallllnv A rattling shutter frequently be lightened as to koch ullenco by till Imple expedient of driving In II match or toothpick where till slut Is loosened It tire slats rattle a large spool pushed mder tint rod that goes through the middle will hold them Htlll How to Chop rarslrr It the parsley Is wet dry it thorough Iy with a towel Then pick the leaves row the stems gather the leaves losely between tine thumb and two Ingerx press tightly and bold on a board With a sharp pointed knife cut hrough the parsley as close to the fin ets us possible III this way each trokc of tl9 knife does tine work com iletcly the parsley Is uilnced line and vainly utah does not have to be gone iver again How to Dampen Clothes Dampen the clothes for Ironing with bot water This dampens threw much more evenly than cold also the things- viii be found ready for the Ironing more quickly Plow to Freshen Carpets Tine carpet will look better if after weeping It is well rubbed with a cloth wrung out of ammonia and water one ablespoonful to two quarts of water Turn and rinse the cloth frequently ani change the water when dirty How to Toughen Clothespins Clothespins that have been boiled for ten or fifteen minutes will outlast those bat have not beeu subjected to tb1tI rocesa Ao AnlnjtVl Story For Little rohIis itir Trappers Bail Bargain The iolar hears heard that there was a party of nippers near their howe antI they decided to go down and meet them and sic It they could not make a bargain for the exchange of some furs fur little household articles The brunt gathered all the skins and furs they liNil and marched down to YOU KKIIOWH WAST TOll MUCH roll YOU- Hrtiim HAIII line MAM meet this trapper There they met a man who hud several big clients filled with trinket that he deslrvd to give In exchange What will you give tilt fur this furr asked the first liter boldlug up a beautiful otter skits that would have made a haiiiltonie collar fur sums pret ty lady Three Klaus beads IliWend be man Oh no replied tint hear That It too cheap You ought to give a quart of beiuU Wlml will you glue fur thUV asked tine netolid bear holding up a valuable fur HA finn comb answered the wan That cheap replied the bear You ought to glue a comb anti brush What will you give for IhUV asked the third benr holding up a putty skin A hoi of toothpicks answered thl man Thatll too cheap replied tine bear You ought to give the toothpick aud a toothbrush You fellow want too much for your fun suit the man You hall bet ter talk this mutter over between you ntiil nee If you will not accept my of fer Then tire bears put their bvad to gether antI had a little talk Well what Liar you decided asked tilt man We have decided said the boars thit you are altogether too cheap to live and we aru going to vat you sad thru take ill these pretty things fur ounwhes Thi bears wade a ruth at tine wan and tine turin wide a dull at top spevd ncnxs tilt now Then the bean seized tine chests aud divided till nice thing between them and took them home to wake their wives and children Christmas gifts of them Moral Dont always try to get th best of the bargain ChtcflKO Tribune Ao Aolrol Story Par Little PoUt The Lazy GOat There Will ones a goat whose name urns l rlU and who was not at all fund of work and the member of hll fain ily sent tot the doctor and said What slush we do doctor to restore our little goat to health fThe doctor looked him over and then replied He merely needs exercise rind plenty of It Tire next day the doctor came buck to see how his patleut was gritting CRYING AS IV 1IIB IIEAHT WOULD BHKAK along lie was surprised to lad Fritz crying as If iris heart would break What Is the matter asked the doc tor Well sir replied Fritz you told me to exercise and I am crying for the exercise that It furnishes me Do you think that Ill soot be well sir No answered the doctor nor will any one else who tries such a plan as that You are so lazy that nothing will cure you except a good sound thrnusiningI And the same day hli father gas betterI v WASHING THE DISHES Our Potty got i iillnhlnK be the wcuther Hbftt It miiy fiVi Irat than t1 e and often thrice on rly holtiUy ta alwaa ports right after tnruli and UmlrK merrily Hrii hairs And the Ilahes In hr little Suupy- Hm nill mlcli the brit pinkehhul cups and liy that thy ore trout And wttin abe draM her line gain shell 01111htoUIIII eta round Hnd MM on kuow Tlt kitchen knlVM are hunKr iharku out atvIIng for a toe- IAIcL anurrpcn li n poltywoR with handle for a tall Abdrheas h t4oNS Ilw fryingpan how err like a whale Tbrrfn iiithlnu tell pour out the sea end l tit th fVtli away AU lilab and drv and ullliiK irf be riuiijbt another day lliiiiimh n Ktrnald In Youth Cum pautuflu DS ANI ANIMALS JII the 101 liiii III ii f June liar lltlp plustf Tlirlr llnlili IKi Is ul II height You will recall JHIIICM ltui cll Jow- 11lrlhllll lollilif filch be liu with ILIee familiar HIIPH Arid what N M rare as day in JuntT TbtH If ever come perfect Thiie ireilinik also linger In ou- rutultrlr Tbr little bird iltk at hit ilonr Tli high tide of the ycur niit ICtrrytMng k happy nun We nil ngnr with liouoll that ivcrywhrrr III June Iherr U homrllfe salad happl lit tad what a IICIllIlIdlIrltIof- IWN there art Vt Thud IIufliiuny form anti donit III queer plneea- IVrhaMi title uf the ipieerrat U tilt Ilium olllw kulftit liiolde n rlitmiiry nt tin farinlioutr All tiny tit ar Miutiiil o red little lairds 1nte horn racing tln iih the All twittering i rally iuitathirliiKiii rcli lair tlu little ours it the many liomi down in that big lliinilry IVrhap then limy IIImany no u thousand bird living In one of their InrKf nldfiiahlniiisl chimney a hint tillage in Mint und kinokr ln you rtir per aulilmnry aft itt ought i n n brit Did vim rur are hum alight iin where What lit r Utrnt uurkrra they nrr- ltuthrr family Katherln that In ti irktk us Ik that lit Ilir lrnrrupinra frrdiHj on watrr planU nt tin IHllld Hile by iiKMiiilipht Allfitli r fMlii li if dull nil wr niiplil tail MIIIII frIt ntuld helfiroII to find niiiu nii li ir inlrittv top d lint tliry prier II nr P4 lde home and wander JiUrtISIH HIIT A lloe nnl NMt U uid lie If Kirtli on Tar Hd Iliad lit til lemov I Ki imi l awl ng the ih rubbery and climb trrrft in pirfirt rnnllilrncr thnt noiiitl iiuil ran snail drive them away from their home The mother pomiilnp iiiHilc her tlcat III tiuiif nearby hollow lug Jhr llttlr oieu to the linmbir of Iwo or thrrr In fuel homr were burn rnrly mat moiilh and by thin time aie aide to JCI uttt with their nuithtr k udrek fixxl at t fir dirs lips there In thai unite In millair the tIt nf thf llnlllmiire nrlnlr The home Mirely lonko enough IlkI iior intH tieat to dielo n hind of piry rinnip iiiiturulUlh n nerd It an tin Ample of rrul jiroliqlh mlmlery In miirktdroiilnift J tuba bird IIOIIH anuyhig In tn the llgttrgt lr ep IK hunt of tin kliiRflilwr In n hole In the lolkl hank ofrnrut by the pond eitic V fur nvtny from thin ImnK dean In the l vpefct watrr In tin fiiin Jly uf the bullheads ii umr lutalltles colludrntfuu or honied Hate How Juice and jKr lttent U the mot her in pnalrttiVK hrr little onrK In pltrof Ilia a little biilllicuililoeHiiiiwiiiHitlien lHniiJieitr and mine prrehsuhus olT lot hungry tliiin fortI Nirhula rk Inwr s nIlitter sine U lnhlnc the pnuilc t f law Mid a Detroit lawyer who Urjel that hU natn ho suppresiwd have made It a rule not to tale i fiiwH In which I coiilil not protulac my client a pereenttKu of gain over my leis One day not bong ago a buxlnesi man fame U1 mo with u request to sue a t I found tint It would cost fur more than could be recovereJ and ohl him lie wail Indignant and left owIng tp net a lawyer to picas 4tilt case reRarrtkss of expenses A hew weeks later he came to mo again Will nald he I took your advice and nved f250 by It Now I want you to lake charge of all legal matters affect ItifT tho Blank yporatlon Your reo tjilncr will be fl000 ser year I ioolc ft It ia Dttdltw to ayV j Detroit Nfw w HEROIC LITTLE MARY r Her Krlfliianriialon Ten karOld Kullr Murphy saved llrr- Miilliirs Llf Hear thin story of a little girl who win ni great ti hero nny grown innn could linu Wen tike wea little Mitrjiliy Kulli HUH wily ten jenrs old lint the land nnri1 kiiowlrtlgi and experience of life tluin tinny a rich girl twice her iigr hug Jliut till ailvanln e of being poorif IhullIrc- an advnntn eH ilint isyou born of life In many pitmen mot of them hard und iinjilcuMint Rut you learn flat to do tiling and lake care of tiling and to think nnd anion In Mime nIIIIII1I1I wuuid IIIMPI know ut all Ii you were rich Katie Mnrplijt mother won a titian with lite children Toiiiiiile and liar Ili ii grittight uudsix went to tchoul while Katie ttuvcd at home and took cnreof Mar nuiNclllethcllttlcuurs Nary wax tour Nellie the holynos two Mr Murphy went nut to work etery day eating home at amen aud slit TllltKW THE WINDOW OlKN taut gettinjr bark tilliii In tlttnIKKatfe was mir of those little moth era you hair read of who have Ho keep lioime old mind whole families of children while their parent go out to earn a Ihlnj Slit hind HIM or been in the beautiful country and hud never pert gresarxeept In n city wrk whiTf abe only knew it tun UeHiitlful iind mimtlilliK air mill her Isle dater mutt keep lilt Km air knew how to krep hoiue In the fahlon of very punt people and how to mind the lialilr nth day Site hat etLthcu unit iltMiilril her welt to them Slur hot hnd wi much cur and hard work in her life of lug King liable iiround that she did nut look like a child Hi al hut like a tiny woman with her pale fare andaeriunt waj And Mir nits a real woman too you will find lit the pleasant weather he tool tlie children to the jerk in the ufteriinnn and kept tint till nearly ais oclock Then sue trundled Nellie home in tlie baby curt while Mary trudged hekldv her At home Katie lit the tlanic of the jut at ore hulled ronir water and inaiir lea all rruiiv for pour tired Mr Murphy llul ter attrr0unn there war u Irlll- eiellnlldll great crowd In the ate ii no Kutie could nut rrum with her liaby cart and little tlstrr Slur unit to wail MI thug that it wa long patt alerrr ulir reached home In the hull at the cat r fMlieir tiiy flat u frightful unell rf gout teemed to come from under the Murphy tinted iloor Kntle knew that nua something dnngerout Stay by the LIILIh said to Wary Then ahe dathtd Into tIll tattle rtttn The gia fumes nearly tulTfcat rd her but she IHIUII Into tit kitclici Her mother Illyuncuiclnut tin the Hour urlh the jat turned full rn in the ititc but nut Jet lighted Katie her elf nearly owooned Lint cite knew enough In turn olT the gill anti had just ttrengtl enough left to run to the window and ditch It open to let the air In She put her head out took a lung deep breath and tcreamed and called with all her might fur help Jennya woman would have hId the levclhcadednctK to do that but Katlo hud more pretence of mind than hull the grown girls hat r People from tit Mreet rind neigh bor ran In In untwer to her lull Statue thtew open the other dour stud win dows others lifted urn mother and one tore out for the doctor It was an hour before the phyklclnn brought Jlrs Murphy to conscious IIWR He told them tint only Knllei prompt action lad tuved her life Been half a minute sore stud It would Muse been too late Mrs Murphy find been taken In the tliop where alle worked and had come liome III the afternoon Keeling trry weary the thought chic would make the tin her self Hhe remembered lighting a match and turning on rue gHRthat was all Sic nuikt have fuutted Just at that moment and fallen upon the loot The gas How ing out overpowered he r clue ould not regain lier KtMisos and alit would have bleu ruffocated but for her heroic little daughter People could not say enough In praise of Katie Hut ut fur Kntle her IfJI11M anon Uli the profile ron In to look after her mother she wilt buck nt once tone the baby anti Misty tutu the ginart Cincinnati Couioier tlulTlbune UnonUII In a rarlor There wuu on Indoor cuawktorm on u very clear cold evening recently nt n party given ut SliMkholm Sweden VIuu jeople were gatliercil In a single room which became MI warns us to be luHUfferable The window sushrs were found frozen and n pone of ginsiis liiuniOird out Acoldmilrcutresitruched iu and at the tame instant nates of know were een to fall to the floor In all parts 1111111 room The ntiiio plii r Will no BOturated wltli moisture hat the sudden full In temjieraturt prO duced nuwnjl Indoors I v U U 4i iI i C l 9 State News Happenings a JS 0 h14 d n ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Love of One Woman For Another Said to De the Cause Louisville Ky July 13Lori for Mr liona Slicthan U declared b Uu police to lutve keen the mobs ol IIII iittcmpteil Biilcldp of Mrn Annlj Hnrtli Tho womnn leaped troth tin thlrdNtory window ut the loilKlntr house of Dor KnostH Muloou at I rill Mud hnVrxon Ktrittu und n packet ol ettrm tumid In her room furiiltduMl n i lew to the Htrange story of the III rIHI rllnl rkuble devotion tint lil to the ataxic clliiuix Tlio lettci tt roiii two women lo encl qtliot but hey abounded In n KlElilny sentlmen liarmtterltlc of the rorrenpondiiic uf young lovers of t le humbler walk of the to which the two women h Song My Own hear lot heKiin Mir iiarili III one of her letters In which she declared wo urn happy and that- nilrht to bo unough and DnrlliiK let you and dont cnro who known t A littler tram Mir Slieehan to Mr llnrth glows with iientliiHnt nnd aya would rather nee you In ciir gore than with arty urge 11- 11Till wo women hUll llvnd togfthT ne month during which time this IraiiKe ntfertloti had aprutiK np be ivcen them Tiiey Conducted a hoard tug house In Preston street nil from IhPrp moved to lirook and Moil where together with two brother oI Mrs Sheehan old Mm Shevbant IU mouths clil baby they kept louse From the letter that had pnsied h tween them nt different tines although they have neither of then been out of tho rlty since their Intimacy hi gall It U evident that they hind lad numerous Invent qunrroli It aho evident that the women were Jealous of easy other and that Mrn Itarlh wim niiiiclnlly jenloim of Mrs Hlicehnn Thle won tit direct cause of tho nt tempted KUlclde- lnulHVllle Ky July 14 MM Ieona Shiihnn and Mrs Anna llartli who uttcmpteil Hiilclde Saturday hniit hero reconciled and are sweetheiuts omits more Monday at the bedflde of Mrs llatth at the city hospital Mra Shcehan brut over the Injured woman and naked leer forglveuwsH for refiin lug to forgive her before old the two women hugged anti kliwed each other n few team were tiplllcd on the bed inert anti then the future war gone tnjo The women will live together again as toon us Mrs Harth tttF out of the hospital Mrs llarlh wants to live now anti ayn air will get well Stud Mia Shechnn Sh naked me whether alit would come to see me again when sin In better and Just hugged here and said she must old thai she shall not live with any one else urn going make np for the wrung that did her watt wrong and no hlrIBROKE UP A DulleU Flew Thick and Fast in a Pitched Battle ireenuu Ky July I4Thlrty war jaiita Iran tutu sworn out fur tho parties that broke up n festival at the Human Catholic church on Coal llranch Hnllmlu III ht A regular pitched battle incurred between the Whlteley and HarUw factions In which over cup shots were tired Slier leis llnlley nnd ArUM brought In tour of tie alleged offenders Monday morn lUll and art now out for more They will all be held to the grand Jury which contents next JlllinrIAttempt to Kidnap Her Child Newport Ky July 13A commo tion was created on Columbia xtricc by the attempt to kidnap a child by Its mother Mrn Stephen n Sharp lIatlitlibtempt was a failure Tho women gut liOKtcsxUm of her In a slmllarniuTi ler a few weeks ago Eleven Prisoners Escape Jail VllllnmEburg Ky July 1llcH11Ilf- lfUlIlrli twaped from Jail hrenklng up the grating III the Moor Flee were charged with murder and the others with serious offenses John Peters Is charged with passing In a crowbar to aid them One has urea recaptured To Correct Evils Louisville Ky July 13The South Urn Clothing Manufacturers associa lion will he organized here Monday to correct evils now prevailing In the trade One hundred and ten factories will be represented Among the quo buns to come up are employe troubles mil salaries Boys Jugular Cut Dciiton Ky July HIlltlltr the 9 year old son of Win Stapleton was iccldentally killed Monday morning by striking n railroad torpedo with u Inmmer a piece cutting the Jugular Ielll Completed 011 Wells Fewer Lexington Ky July 13ot ns nasty wells were completed In tho Kentucky and Tennessee oil fields last Atek as usual However the rune rum the developed fields continue on he Increase und give n great deal of ncournKement to the situation River Engineer Found Dead ijjuUvllIe Ky July 13 William K Drown aged 04 years an Ohio river itoambuat engineer was rotund dead n bed at his residence IOU East Mar let street Sunday inorulnir Death vas due to apoplexy As kV 0 COUNTY CONVENTION Drlknnp Leads All Delegates So Far as Instructions Go Louisville Ky 1111131IllIrn1 from 98 eoiiiitleM on Saturdays repuS iicnu county onventlotiK give the fol lowing liiKtmrtud vote For governor llelknap J02 VIIUon Platt 127 unlnslructed S5S Judge Pratt stated Sunday night that ho hUll 214 Inntructed votes anl Unit he was aKsnred of 75 votes In loulkvllle making 318 He salt he wan sat tilled his delegates from Frank In would be Heated am pleased with the situation llIhl Itidve Pratt and will Jisht to the iul It Is ibttled that W C Owens will be temporary chairman The p rain ntat chairman will come from tho western portion of the stole ATTEMPTED SUICIDE t A Life Prlconer Leaped From a Third Story Window Frankfort Ky July 11 Lafayette Hrouks of Morgan county Inmate of the Kentucky penitentiary attempted suicide Friday afternoon by leaping Irorn n thirdstory window He IB no Uidly Injturd thnt he will die Hiooks was serving a life sentence fur murder find was one of the con tirntors In August of Ian year who pftiined a general outbreak of prig nllaNIA DESPERATE FIGHT A Band of Eight Negroes and Deputy Sheriffs Came Together Harboursvllle Ky July HA des beIrobIHiied them they gave resistance Twenty shuts were fired and one Nf Crt was dangerously wounded The ImlaiKo of the hand escaped to Clay county IWOUNDS WERE FATAL With His Brother Smith Attacked An Officer and Was Shot- Hartford Ky July HIIIICIIIII Smith who was shot by Town Marshal Sam K uwe of Fordsvllle died Friday evening The Smith brothers Lincoln and Cutlon were offended because the marshal loud levied on a cow belong ing to their mother It Is charged they nttiuked him with fists and halve and he fired the bullet going throurh Lincoln Smiths body Honor Their Dead Chief Lonltixllle Ky July 1Five him FridayIulIII rill Nnehvllle Mobile aid other cities to attend the funeral of Pulnski Lends the murdered superin tendent of machinery Twentyllvo hundred U N employes and knights templars marched In the funeral pro cession Died Protesting Innocence Serpent Kj Judy 111tt time prey titer of many mountaineers Wilson llryant aged 28 was hanged at Clint wood III Dickenson county Virginia Jutt user the Kentucky line at 145 Friday for the murder of William Pannier aged years his cousin oa eorgeH Fork In October 1102 llryant protested his Innocence Tom White Indisposed Lexington Ky July 14 Tort White the Hrcnthltt county prisoner who Is In confinement here Is under the cure of n physician he being In disposed When tho news of his at JellIer n To Die Together Lexington Ky July HII was de tided Monday that Claude OHrlen and Karl Whitney will hang together ami that when the fatal trap Is sprung Fr day July 24 the youthful victims cf the law will both plunge Into eternity throng the same trap and at the canto time A Light Wheat Crop Bowling Jreen Ky July 11 M O Hughes one of the wealthiest and most extensive farmers In the county en authority on suet niaters says tho wheat yield Is only about per rent of n crop New Military Equipments Howling Jreen Ky July 11Coatu- nity A K S G of thlselty reeelvoil from Frankfort a consignment of equipments They consist of khaki nnd old ashioued blue uniforms and new stile arnis- Insurance Against Strikes Louisville Ky July HThe first strike insurance company to be organ ized III the United States lane been formed more and will begin opeia lions In a few days Prominent memo hers of the National Association of Manufacturers are Interested Fatal Quarrel Over a Woman Klkton Ky July NAt Allensvllle this county Sunday night Hey wood Smith colored shot anti Instantly killed Elmore Hell colored Pita trolble was over sonic woman Tho Negro wits captured In Hopklnsvlllc Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Ftrmns who board thcmwlten car spend a ranch or little si they chooteoii living rxpeuap 1I1flo have a little cilia moue Inrlccl ties books and other things Rut the neceuari ejpenws are only u follows To pay the nru day cowaanrta01uIIALI CXbool Incidental Fee t M u fa Ex llonnltal Fee a H pcnaes hooks etcabout 2tl 7 II Octieral Dcpoult 00 ee Kurultbrd Room luel tt 2Flrit Months Board I W MX MugII W jtermpcu 150 HeglnalDg 2d Mo Board 5 00 5 Beginning 8d Mo Hoard 5 in bOO Jto 2l00 leol poflt returned 100 ICO Total Itapeneii Week 47 oo a7 00 For thote linlowiA hammer deduct the tt lot Loot and II from Incidental fee making she old only X4SO When four glrle room loccthtr each savee tl or more ou room nid fuel makltig the total oul- yaaaa0IItlawllalawA hemmer Room and fuel inut one dollar mom lo the ftlntrr Icim Iwo room for hOIlItktlllIl with stove etc mi iiUilljr rrutrd fur from II lo 16 a term The price of hilt rnlf a tittle tan hark or it few lioiiixipuii hrd rnverswilt ghea Ixriu of mil which will change nnniwhole life for the brltrrl h Telephone to No 58 or calla when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer KENTUCKY BUILDING BO EXPERIENCE i n TRADE MARK COPVRICHTS AC Anyone tending imketrh and may 4n1rklf urertalu our uplnton free ether an la Oininiutilrn lloninirlctlycnntldontfl handbook nnIatrnhl ennurllgpatenmParenteijxfinl Milt without charge In tho Scientific American Illnntrati weekly Mrvmt rlr cnUmm of HIT nfiontllla 1iiirnal Terma Ir s- cartfurmonlballt raldbrannwedealera YQcILrses LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD l Time fable In Effect May 24 1903 Oiling Nnrlli Triiln llillr Learn heron 311t in Arrive Itichmonil I fa2ii III PltriH 5 0t a n ArrivH Cincinnati 7 la in tllyLeaveArrive Richmond 1f5 p in Arrive Paris1 IH p m Arrivn Cincinnati ti IJII tat trollyLearnArrive livItI HlfJn20q in fliliiC South tram ft liiifLeave Boron 1121 p m Arrive Livinfstoo 1ll0I in No and No 5 iimkn win nection at Livingston for Jullico old the South with No 21 Rid No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent ALL IFREEWORLDS FAIR YfcARS DESIGNS handsomely Arrive Trains School children and public Invited to vote to populerIncents tacit ten cat tt one time All money over and above trip expenses of teach ers to go of the Kentucky Building at the Ex position livery voter lbuv civen the eatisfartlon or knowing a worthy cause end important object have been aided nt tlie acme time favotle teacher ha received recognition Contest con ducted tinder nnsnlcei ot Educational lUhlbit ComItnittre of Kentucky Aesoclat ion the organbatioti formut to mine stoimi fora Kentucky Uuiltlrhe and full prodnceFair the LexUlatme Imvlng PIIllatlOllStatewllclllerteacherInpub lie or private schools 01 latllutlol11prot1I1Committee alone cx Names of all school children voting to be enrolled in the SentnckynulklingatthePenn tllion Kentucky will have an educational exhibit occupylog JlqUJ11 space u Palaceoflduclion The Ibposilioa Is to le Ihe IrfUIlllnlomllon l rntl1tie world hh- lor The i teachers chosen wilt be lucky indeed in beino tendered tliia trip to the 1air Kvrry ountyetectsisownmost popular educator Thecountyonlniileof JflTcflon cuUnl Ihtr1umber o vutc to send two teachers the most popular amid the second moil putar THE TOTES TTIM DE TES CENTS Firn TES COXSIITCTISa Jl BittOfT At ten cents each even fchnol child la the Slate rcill be nbe tltt rt tad one vote for bis or her favorite teacher hut the voting wilt not be confined to school cliiiiUc- upjinrTs OF rcriLs it ANT OP THEIR rnirsos MAY TOTF The ue of the Assoct etionlelagloelectthemostpopular Mhool teacher In cub county as f o ouufdereil the public as well at by the school children Ballot contain ten spaces no clubs of trim pupllmay be arranged and each giving ten cents be credited with his or her vote If one persona remitlagcuefor voters 0amta m3Y ten blank The Auoclatlon want however to enroll rll the Kentucky Building at St Iouls next year the name of every child who rat one or more votes in be contest Pupils are asked therefore to sign their names plainly to the ballots All ECrCtSES OF THE TEACHERS WILL BK PAID by the ociat1on This wilt Include railroad transportation from Louisville to St Louis and return board at one ol the best hotels lathe city for six days and admission to the exposition grounds for alx days THREE FAUTICS miL BE WADE rPFROX THE HOST rortTTAn TIUrHERS to mate the trip more prolliable aud InorleoJoyable Each oUhue III ronlll tfchlu Thl a19rountletlnloduckytheAaaoctatoafrom that county Jefferson e zceptedwblch casts the greatest numbcrcf vote In the contest ALL TEACHERS If TUB STATE STASD Of AX EQUAL FOOTI f III this contest The teacher with only twenty pupils may receive more the teacher wlih five or lx times as many enrolled bis cracr because the voting is not confined to children The public be an important clo Votetmaybe cast for any person who taught school during or U teaching now This the teacher ol a fire months which closed In November or December the opportuni ty to be voted for during the vacation period AST SC3HER OF BALLOTS VAT DE CAST At OlU TIME There Is no limit The moredol Ian sent Iu for lay one teacher the more votes be or ahe will be credited with ONRDOLLAgCASTS TIN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWHNTY VOTna TERHIwDOLLARS CASTS TIIIRTV DOLLARS CASTS FORTY VOTE lIVtt CASTS PIPTY VOTES TEll DOLLARS CASTS a HUNDHIID VOTES ONL1 UUNUKltD IIOL LARS CASTS ONB THOUSAND VfTH3 All of the money received in this contest over and above that used In defraying expenses of the in most popular teachers the Stale 01 thelrtrip to the Worlds l go for the tree tloa era Inthlscontest mayhave the addl tonal utisf ctionofkaowingbathehatkltdswtuthycauseT- HE STAKDIXfl OF THE COSTESTAST8 WILL BB PRI5TED FREQUECTM In each roanl to show his or bee friends how the race Is run Begin now or your favorite school teacher The votes will be counted under the supervision of the Educational lUhlbit Cornralllee of the Association The personnel of this committee ia as follows Irof II tt Brownell Louis ville Clulrmant Prof II Frankfort Prof R P llalleck Louisville Prof W II Loullvlllel Prof F Paul Andersen Lnlngtoll Dr Chase Palmer Danvllle Pte Ident William Dinwlddle Inckson Dr W 0 Prnst Ilerca Dr B B Hunloon Louisville Dr U V Mulllns Louisville Dr Arthur Yager Georgetown Superintendent A Cassidy Lex MctlenryRSpencer LouUvllle Miss rattle S 1111 Louisville Mrs Emily K Bracken Ioultville and Mrs M n Tucker Loulnill Membeiof the ltducatiOll1 Commlllrl ue not eligible to election in IbU contest REJ1EHBEB STEal COCSTT StICTS ITS OTTT FATOBITE TEACRKB Competition between counties only applies to the race for the both trip the county outside of Jefferson casting the largest total o votes being granted the distinction of sending two teaches Onlulaloryarranged each teacher chosen being the privilege o June July er August sotla which he or she wants to make CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAN WITH IINAWeutr ofasthe most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED 1Go 100 foes10c100 100 1Oat 100 lOp10cVoters see lot rllred ta slga their uses but the Association vsknli all school children voting to do w as It will eatoil lbem In the Kentucky Building Voters have the option of sending ballots direct to the Secretary of the Association or to the clipped II pabal ma rbaobtaledbl getInaura ropl oftide pape- rRemlttuiaamaybt by check letter t tftIt express or postal money or currency at tenders risk Addreaallcomruatalioastok Secretary Ry Subscribe for The Citizen ir y y r THE CITIZEN lIIIll2lIIIlI +++ IHt + I lltiIItl IH aIEIIflllilh fInteresting Bits of Newsi GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I 1 LLLLtBurt Gabbard has gone to Illinois to work until fall Rev H M Shouse is spending the week at the home of his brother Thomas Watkins although still an invalid is in much bettor health than for a month past Little Myrtle Baker Jackson St who was threatened with an attack of fever is rapidly improving Albert Holliday of Holliday Perry Co is visiting his brother G D Hol liday Jackson Street this weak The little daughter of W H Porter has been quite ill for the past week but is now regaining her usual health A party of young people enjoyed a moonlight hayride around the Little Horn ou Wednesday night of last week Mrs A E Todd who has been spending a year at Fontenelle and Midway Wyoming returned home SaturdayMr Mrs Braunatnan recently entertained Mr and Mm James Moore Mr and Mrs J C Armstrong and Mrs S L Hoag at dinner Charles Scott London Ky brother of Mack Scott here was a Berea viiit or the past week Until six years ago Mr Scott was a resident of Berea FOUND A pair of new pants left at J E Daltons blacksmith shop Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this notice Miss Florence Smith who has for the past two years been the efficient librarian of Berea College left last Friday for her home in Lincoln Xeb Rev A E Thompson of Lorain Ohio has accepted the call to the pastorate of the Union church here andwill enter upon his work Septem firstMrs Geo bL Patterson and little daughter Grace of Lancaster are the guests of Prof and Mrs L V Dodge Mr Patterson expects to join them Sunday Word has been received here of the death of Chester Erwins mother on Thursday at her home at Princeton Ky Mr Erwin expects to return to Berea next week Frank B Huffman of Cleveland Ohio is expected to preach at the Glade Christian church next Sunday and at the Second church Berea Monday and Tuesday nights J L Baker of Jackson street t received word of the death of his brother Dr S F Baker at Lexington on Monday evening Mr Baker went to Lexington to attend the funeral The only fair to be held irr Madison county this season is that of Kirksville on Friday and Saturday of this week The enterprise of the citizens of Kirksville deserves to be rewarded by a large attendance Miss Margaret Crook of Kingston and Misses Margaret Hanna and Catharine Van Arsdall of Harrods burg were Berea visitors Monday The latter two are teachers in Bar rodsburg academy Jack Elder while out chopping one day last week caught his ax over a clothesline and as a result received a severs cut in the forehead which completely dazed him for a few minutes The wound is healing nicelyMiss Mabel Himrod went Friday to Pittsburg Pa where she will visit before proceeding to her home in Lodi New York For two years Miss Himrod has been employedas instructor in sewing at Beroa College where she has made many friends Mr D L Hudson of Carterville Jasper county Missouri is here to spenda month after an absence of twentyone years He is visiting his mother Mrs Elizabcth Hudson near town Mr Hudson finds great changes both in tiie town and people The Second church will hold their annual Sundayschool picnic at Gum Sulphur on next Saturday There will be free transportation for mew bers of the Sundayschool Members of other Sundayschools are invited to come to the picnic with their lunch basketstThe Boys Club will give an enter tainment tomorrow night at the Parish House beginning at 780 Thoa R Corwlne imitator and polyphonist will be assisted by the best local talent The proceeds are to provide a camping fund The boys desorvo a largo patronage Admission only too In speaking of the new coal mines at Brush Creek last week our compositor made us say Brushy Fork in stead The matter of the wron initial in n name also causedsome comment since the names of Mr and Mrs C F Hanson appointed instead of Mr and Mrs C L Hanson as it should have boon The word got around last week that J A Young a travelling man was sick at Brannamnus hotel with small pox Allwere reassured however when upon examination by the local physicans and Dr Gibson of Richmond it was found lo be simply a case of measles The patient ill up now acd will soon bo able to resume tion his workIfollowing delegates to represent Berea at the State convention were chosen C M Haw lings L V Dodge J L Gay J H Gabbard S E Welch A W Titus and Wright Kelley The entire county delegation was in structed for Belkuap for governor At the recent meeting of the Km tucky Exhibit Association Madison county held at Richmond JMEarly W H Porter and S E Welch were appointed as the Berea committee to receive subscriptions to the 00000 fund being raised to exploit the products and resources of Kentucky at the St Louis Worlds Fair next year It is up to Berea to do her partAn enjoyable allday picnic was indulged in Thursday the merry party taking dinner at Big Hill and driving to Mallory for supper and then home in the moonlight The participants were Ruth Ethel Mar garet aud Alvin Todd Nora and Nell Burdette Kate and Daisy Coddiug ton Rosa Parks Grace Lester Mae Richardson Ella Ctasteou and Anna Lindley Arthur Hunt Geo Dick J Burdette and J L Gay C M Canfieldand Chas Burdette joined the party at Mallory in the evening HiHlHH+HWHIIHHH j College Items I HERE AND THERE f IJ Secy W C Gamble made a flying trip to Cincinnati yesterday Tutor E W Todd went Monday to Chicago where he expects to spend the next six weeks Andrew Jones aud B E Walker are working this summer in Claypool Hotel at Indianapolis Ind Prof Dinsmore conducted the Teachers Institute in Jackson county last week and in Owsley this week Miss Daisy Smith accomplished what was supposed to be impossible by getting 100 per cent in arithmetic in the Rockcastle county teachers examination Miss Etta Moore was secretary of the liackcastle Teachers Institute and was presented with a handsome book in recognition of her valuable servicesThorough repairs are being made in all the College Building andwe shall be better prepared than ever be fore to welcome the htudonts Sept 16 Frank Livengood walked to McKee and back the last week leaving Berea Friday night and returning Sunday morning On Saturday he walked 31 miles over the rough mountain roads Mrs S L Hoag matron of Ladies Hall leaves Saturday for a months stay at her home in Binghamton N Y and at Atlantic City NT Miss Lou Flanery of Major Owsley Co arrived last night and will act as matron during the absence of Mrs HoagThose present at the recent Oborlin College Alumni meeting at Oberliu Ohio who are well known in Berea wore Prof Wm Lodwick Ellen R Raymond Mary C Jacobs who is spending the summer in Oberliu after a years training there in Kindergarten work Carrol D Murphy now Junior in Harvard University Cambridge Mass T G Pasco Dr L B Sperry and Rev E S Williams Prof H M Jones delivered an address as the representative of his class H+HH +HIH+IIIHIH ++HtI +HH +HHtI H+III Eastern Kentucky News No cormpondcnre pnblithM unless signal In full by the writer The name 1fsnot for publication but at an evidence of good faith Write plainly IIIIIIHII +IIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIII +I111111 + MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Our Sundayschool exercises were held at the school bouso last Sunday evening Mr Jell Roberts and little sou of Tennessee visited his brother sad sibter Mrs Kiar MuKoehau Mr and Mrs Alfred Aruott mid children and Mr Green of Belle county visited Mr Baillis Wilson and family IMrs Emily Barker is recovering from a few weeks illnessMr J M Kiunard has returned home for a curielleaacsFoley is recovering from typhoid feverMr and Mrs Walter Fisdalo and atuil and Mr mid Mrs Joss JIIAnelisou and Miss Lizzie Burdeltu spoilt Sunday al Slate Lick Misses Margaret and Rena Adams Ida Lizzie and Pattie Maupiu Messrs Tom Baker Jeff Wilsou Frank Foley Clabe Adams Howard nud John McKeehau Henry Maker and Luther Maupiu spout Sunday at MalI ry springs WALLACETON Mrs Maggie Maud nail baby of Brooklyn South Dakota are here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Baker where they intend to spend the summer Mrs Ed Hamilton of Louisville is visiting friends aud red olives hero this wetkMiN8 Annie IIIcousinMiss Doyle Kinnanl of D JeaI visited friends here Saturday and Suuday Mr Joe Wallace who has been seriously ill for the past wlCkI is much better at this writing Miss Lamb of Cleveland Ohio in the guest of Ella Bowlin this week JACKSON COUNTY We are having plenty of rain now and crops seem to bo doing fairly wellThe people of Auuville met at the church Sunday evening Julyfi and organized a SUlltln yschool The school started under good auspice witha corp of officers who seem to realize the value of such work to the community The Suudayschcol at Conway Rockcastle county is doing good work with Mr S J Herndou as leader There is quite a number oI Sundayschools in the southern part of the county all of whichreport good attendance This is indicative of a higher standard morale in the near futureDleuatherhomenearT- yner Ky Mrs saucy widow of I S Jones Saturday evening July Mrs Jones had beeu iu poor health for some timo Her remains were laid to rest in Tyner cemetery Sunday evening July 6 at a oclock The bereaved family aud relatives have the sympathy of the entire community for Mrs Jones was respected and loved by all who know herSupt Allen Powell convened tho Jackson county Institute alMcKee July tj with Prof J W Dinsmore as instructor aided by Prcf Chas A King both ot Berea College The ability of Pros Dinsmore and King is too well known to need comment The Institute was a success iu every respect OWSLEY COUNTY GAB BAR0 Corn is selling at 7fi cents a bushel in this neighborhood Mrs Joseph Baker of Floyd is on the sick list Charley Eversole of Cow creek is here mowing grass for R W Miuter Long may Tilt CITIZEN live and prosper and send forth its good read ingFarmers are harvesting their oatsWm Neeby of Eversole is here buying sheep Uncle Henry Gabbard is some better at this writ ing Blackberries are very plentiful and the people aro plucking Uncle Calsou DulY of this place aged about 83 years has been visiting relatives in Perry county Leandor and Dolaney Bolin are visiting relatives in Man chester Clay James L Rose a prominent and young business man of jhis county was found dead near the home of his uncle T C Rose on Meadow Crook early Saturday morning July 4 On examination ho was found to bo shot through the body The guilty parties are vet unknown Rachel wife of William Duff and daughter of Mar great Moore of Gabbard Ky diedat her home on Wolf Creek July i Sbo leaves ninny friends to mourn her loss Charley Evoraolo is talking of establishing a phono line Iron Cow Creek to Island Creek Full details concerning Mr Eversolos plans will ho given InterThero is some talkt I establishing saloons in Booneville which moans nil increase in tho crimi nal record of Owsley county We trust it will not be doueJ C Rose and sister of Fair View received tenchors certificates iu the Juno ox animation iu Rrealhill lountyO Eversolo of Cow Crook purchased a lino mule from Pete Hacker recently Mr Wesley Frost of Boron said he did not come to tho mountains to kill himself at work but says he is a fine common faun hand Success to Till CITIZKX and its many rustlers Tho County Teachers Institute to which tho teachers have been looking forward wilh pleasure convened Monday July in with Prof J W Diusmorc of Boron College M in structor ISLAND CITY Blackberry picking is the principle occupation of tho fair sex in this vi ciuity So far S Bickuell holds the record having picked over f2 gallons fOentry of this place who unlisted ngoihaving been honorably discharge contemplates attending the Anglin District school No 11 in Owsloy Co P M Irye a Berea student is the principal teacherJ Leonard Peters son of Mr anti Mrs H D fetes who went to Denver Colorado a few mouths ago hoping to regain his health is said to bo couvalwicitig Miss Tobitha Holcomb of Jackson county la to teach the district school 01 al Mt Carmel this county this year The Rev James Anderson will teach tho reboot at Oak Lawn Wm Clark of Sextons Creek was entertained by Miss Lucy Peters at her home Sunday Ambrose Car mack is enjoying the tho sunshine of tho week in tho employment of H D Gentry Win Rains and family are planning an exflndwl visit to friends and relatives at Big Stono Gap Virginia MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mrs L D Henderson loft Saturday for an extended visit to relatives in LexingtouMr Henry Boacomi an old and respected citizen of this place died Saturday afternoon at his late homo on Fifth St His funeral was held at the Plymouthchurch Monday afternoon conducted by Rev O A Nelson Mrs Laura Strawder accompanied her daughter Bessie as far Cincinnati ou her way to Springfield Salurday Mrs Agnes Holmes left Sunday for Cincinnati Mr R U Anderson died at his homo on Fifth St Saturday afternoon of a complication ofllisoascsRev R H Porter being away on business Rev B Combs filled his pulpit Quite a number of persons enjoyed an outing on Philters Wednesday even tugOn the fourth Sunday iu this moftlh the members of the Bethel church will have agrand rally Every one is invited to comeMrs Pauline Wood who has beeu visiting Mrs Lucy Wood left this week for her home in Charleston West Virginia James Mundy who has boon in disposed for sometime is reported much bettor at this writing GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE We are having some of the finest rains of the season Blackberries June bugs and rattlesnakes are ripe Bud Brock captured the largest rattler Sunday week that we have ever seenTom Green is the cham pion wheat stacker of this community Mrs Tom Green may visit her son in Texas in tho near future Mia Mary Hammaok is somewhat improve ed She has been very poorly Uncle Jack says its haul to have to wash dishesMr John Lawson of Paint Lick visited W H Hammack Monday weekThe Republicans of Garrard held a meeting in Lancaster the 11th inst to select delegates to to State convention for sale First classbuilding brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low price BEREA COLLEGE BRICK YIKD r = r t This space has been purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen t- t t InvariablyHad tea When cook went out that afternoon II Tit but a tauter and a spoon TO washa task not erim lFORCE I pleases everybody in every way W Uk It HM Force at bows and It excoalinglrli It rlactruaaa wti And all are leased laughed II Sunny Jim I The itosdrto8cm ewI jlr L I We WAIT FOR THE WAGON- Did you spend your childhood in the country Tho engineer with his hand on the throttle ot tho Empire Express t The admiral ou the quarterdeck a war ship lung Edward on the throno may glow with pride anti pleasure but their feelings are tame iu comparison with the unmulterablo delight that thrills the snail toy who in permitted r unassisted to climb the wheel and perch ou the sent of n STUDEBAKER I WAGON I am proud to soil i- tS E WELCH JR J J Biamiaman IIWU8lloctoti IGroceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundryx I h 1 instantly Relieved Quickly Cured By the use of paracampilISoothing Healing RemedyIReduces the Swelling Removes all Soreness Stops the Burning Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stimu late the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and Comfortable Conductors Policemen MotormenIIand all those who are on their feet a great deal should always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH in their homes for use at night Give Instant Relief to Corn Bunion and Frost Bite We Guarantee every bottle to What we claim for it If it fails your money will be doIias curt SO cents end 9100 bottlw At IU Good DngfUt For sale by S E WELCH Druggist ttPp