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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r brVultIaa 1 4 b 1111111111111 1111 IIdI1I sI ii1+IIIIr + JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publlihcr Today THESubscribeiBnlirtd at the Poloffitt at Hmo Ay U Kfomf 2000clam moL nalftr JHHWHHHHHHHHlH +II+HII r Y l VOL V A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 23 1903 Quo dollar a year NO IDEAS l Men usually seek a wide reputation rnthnr tlinu a high ono fattletII HHIcountry ciunot TurkH until wo suppress mobs and lynchingH nutl assassinations hero TAKE NOTICE President Front will preach again next Sunday morning mid night The colored school of Borra will opon Monday July 27 nnd tho whltif school a week Inter August 3rd 4Last week wo added several new features which wo expect to innko por manent Under tho heading An Old Fnvoritf on pago n each week wo will publiih a poem by name famous author Many of our readers will cut thuHM oiii and paHto in scrap books Tho column of niHiii Verso will Hupply tho children nod young ItIplo With verses to learn and recite ut school sod elsewhere A complete short story and pictured of notable people and scenes aro other new fea luroH Our Animal Stories for Lit tin Children lire becoming immcuBo ly popular not only in tho homo but with school teachera who expect to them in thnir schools i FROM THE WIDE WORLD t ho bubonic pnguo Is spreading Chili China eonclutltvlwJeau of 2000000 I lads with thin RuisoChinrHt bank Tho Venezuelan Government paid I to tho rrpUHeulalivcH of tho allied Powers tho lent installment of the indemnity Tim president of Columbia South Amoricii in his annual message tothe Columbian congress argued for tho 1mlificatiOtI of the Panama canal the United Status Tho Russian Government inn ro fusel to accept tho Jowifth petition to wont from tho U S government f on thin ground that it involves out Hide interference in Russian affairs Dining tho lant thirty days 3000 Cliincfo hive lauded upon the coast J of Mexico 1100 of theme last week Thin largo immigration in duo to th- effavrablo Mexican immigration laws l Russia and Japan is diwcribcd oa n probability Tho Czars gorarnmuut Is said to ho aux ious to settle definitely tho question t Asia of political supremacy in Eastern IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fortyone deaths front lockjaw have boon reported in Pennsylvania ainro July I A now comet known as Oorollis r comet mayuow bo neon nightly south of the North star A movement on foot to consoli date all tho Jewish theological tomi navies of the country- A man at Kalamazoo Michaltl eighty nine years died from tho ox cewiivo uso of tobacco f A IxDtincirg baby boy wan born to ex President and Mrs Grover CloTO laud Saturday at Buzzards Bay Maw tholschool teacher it was In this State she mot her husband- COMMONWEALTHr OF KENTUCKY Roar Admiral Terry now on leave t of absenco in Kentucky has boon ordered to command the naval station at Honolulu Tho school per capita for tho com ing year has boon declared by Super intendent McChcsuoy to be 260 there being available 1101716510 Tho several stool mills at Ashland Ky which had boon closed for nearly II ft a year on account of a strike resumed Tioperations recently Tho steel mills t at lronton 0 also resumed Union revival services aro being r held at Harrodaburg under tho lead ership of M B Williams of Topeka Kansas which aro attracting largo crowds from all over Mercer county tr The building commttio of tho lion tucky Exhibit Association havo a warded the contract for building the r Kentucky building at tho Worlds I Fair to Caldwoll and Drake Work will begin at once on tho new central t alto secured by Kentucky r Thousands in Louisville paid tho last tribute to MAJ Hughes Tuesday t He was formerly chief of the Fire Department rr t r A SEASHORE GIRL AND HER NOVEL AND DANGEROUS PET A Hiiinincr girl nt Atlantic City linn n wt lion cub with which gin plays on the beach It Is Kcntle anil appears to IIP ImrnilcMx Ixsllos Monthly tells of n marl who after a short wxiHTlinico with such n pet UkKrnplioil her anlinnl dealer 1lcnoe come and take kitty away She has onion our NowfouniUuud dog d HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Articles 8 Classes of Revolutionary Pensioners In tho row and precious volume dvecrilicd in our last article five kinds revolutionary pensioner are listed First aro tho invalid pensioners resid- Ing lit that time in Iho State of lien lucky Next came tho heirs of those who received ftj years pay in lieu of bounty laud Thou wo have n list of those receiving pensions under tho act of CongrcM cf March 1HI8 then those pmiHiomxl by act of 1H28 and iiiially those ponnioniHl by actof 18T2 In Eastern Kentucky wo find tho following invalid pensioners who were alive in 1S2 STIIL COUNTY Sinsfiold Dicknell private in Ken tucky militia Chris tanox private in Marshalls regiment fLCUlNO COUNTY Dennis Holt private 28th Infantry Joshua Davidson Dragoon Leos corps ZacchoiiH Cord Ittt Lieutenant 10th Kentucky militia Thos Jones private Kentucky militia Patrick McConn private Gibsons Kentucky militia M Roans private USth Infantry Henry Shaw privruo llth Infantry Jas Moore Corporal evolutionary nrmyWm private Hovolutioua ry army FLOYD COUNTY Samuel Brown private Croghans Kentucky militia Samuel Regent private 21th In fantry OREENUP COUNTY Jas Applcgato sergeant 1st U S levies LEWIS COUNTY Aquilla Smith private 7th Maryland MADISON COUNTY Madison then included Jackson Owsloy otc- Squire Boone private Kentucky militia fan Berry private Kentucky rail ilia Win Kindred private 2nd U S dragoons John Wood private Garrards county volunteers Bower Sudduth private fith Infan try Samuel Stoor sergeant fi h Infan try MONTGOMERY COUNTY Then including fivo times its pros out urea Jos Bay private Kentucky militia John Howard private Virginia militia Goo Huffman private Kentucky militiaIDaniel McCarly private Bufords artillery Edward Slivers musician M In fantry These aro a few of tho revolutionary soldiers who wero hardy mind long lived How ninny mountain families bear these names and can traco do scent from these hononmbls4eroesl Wo shall continuo this listTud il lustrate it by n map showing how tho counties wore divided in 1SJ52 WIIJOOOIiELL FROST FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT Col Belhnip Nominated for Governor Judge Beckner for Attorney General The Louisville Convention was re markablo for two things First tho absence of a largo part of tho hood lulU and boodle element which has held back the Republican party in Kentucky and secondly tho presence of many former democrats of high character like Judge Beckner who proposo to unite in a grand movement for fairness and good government Thud was tho keynote in tho plat form and in tho speeches of Ex Gov Bradley anti all the others If those Louisville nominees are elected as they seem likely to be and carry out their promises a new era of prosperity and good fooling will begin iu KentuckyCol concluded his speech by saying At the opening of this convention au appeal was made to Al mighty God to stand by us iu our af fairs Ho rules ua in our political affairs aa Ho does in our domestic awl business matters and I pledge to tho people of Kentucky if elected in November to carry on the affairs of this State as He directs without fear or favor Clmiiiliprlnlui Colic Vliolrrn anti ilia rrhorn lUmnly This remedy is certain to be needed in almost every homo boforo tho summer is ovor It can always be do pended upon oven in tho most severe dangerous cases It is especially valuable for summer disorders iu chil urea It is pleasant to tako and never fails to give prompt relief Why not buy it now It may savo life For Halo by SE Welch Jrwant tI Sound four foot wood none smaller than 8 inches 150 per cord BERKA COLLEGE BRICK YARD Strength and vigor como of good food duly digested Force a ready toserve wheat and barley food adds no burden hilt sustains nourishes invigorates Safrsunril the Children Notwithstanding all that is done by boards of health mud charitably in clined pomona tho death rate among small children is very high during tho hot weather of tho summermouths in largo cities There is not probably ono ease or bowol complaint in a hundred however that could not bo cured by tho timely usj otChamborlaiuH Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem ody For salo by S E Welch Jr Irw NtINN1 DONT SAY MUCH OUR fN 1 I CashStoroI Spring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc Wo aro now things in Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc ILatliell are especially invited to call and see them SEE our beautiful lino of Carpets Mattings nnd ICugs The largest assortment and best I values ValiseSEE shown ill the city all prico and tho best you can buy for tho moony i allifanti wont time i j i Best Clothing at the Lowest Price I i guarnuttedf I 1 LACKEY A HAMILTONCORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY 1 titNNNNNNN NNNNN N NNNNNNN NN HNN N WE ARE BETTER PREPARED 1 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 f TIlE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN aro similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements when examined are generally very different This is by difference in work and temperament GLASSES- to Eiiit those conditions and require ments are made and supplied here Tests mado skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which us furnish just tho right oyesPrices Te Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky do you suppose dip into that bulk before you buy it LionCoffee comes in sealed air tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get in- Chun Fresh and Fragrant SsN msPRICES TALK l iLawns If you are going to buy a Carriage II or Buggy of any kind this season como and see our stock and we can supply you Weber wagons are still on the move for they run right We 66 for No for new shoes all Goldens old worth of Muting Ofllco tOe Hair Cut 15c Ifio IGo 25c R B DOE by a 3 fO 2 f 00 3 160 R rb WE Make it pay you to trade with us Pay in and cents Pay in with the goods not satisfied with anything bought after you take it home it back and we will make it We aim to please Our success so far shows are doing it Were not satisfied with what we have done we want to do more businessWe to make it a pleasure to trade with us In all departments will be found goods to suit your wants at prices in keeping with the quality BICKNELL EARLY If Its From Joplins Its Good A full lino of FUIINITUKB always on hand invito our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS and UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 73Night JO St JOPLIN Richmond Ky I The East End Drug StoreS Is Headquarters all Guaranteed Remedies for Summer Complaint Diarrhea Dysentery Colic Flux Cure no Pay L M PETTUS Pharmacist C C RHODUS Proprietor HORSESHOEING Until January 1 1904 DOC around Everything firstclass- J E DALTON stand East End Barber Shop Shave Shampoo Razors sharpened to Proprietor Keep Cool JJafiusing GASOLINE STOVE Stoves burner 1100 Stoves burner at H CHRISMAN dollars satisfaction themselvesIf youve bring satisfactory we MATTINGS FARMS for SALE Two and onehalf miles from Berea on Scaffold Cane Pike Tract No One 40 Acres Tract No Two 33 Acres For information as to terms etcraddress or call on A C Hart BEREA KENTUCKY t DIAMOND VALUES 1 WlltN put diamond luuinsllln a itrovidril you buy Iu aduiioa to lain 3onyImoney you pet the iou t I wearing the We lone been public genuine CIIII t m I Tilt SFANCUD IN TRIUMPH VAVE OtR THt LAND OF THt fREE AND THE OP THE BRAVE jesco von luttkamer the 14ycar nhl gramlnephew of Irln e BIsmarck is a pros freer In a job printing establishment In Wllkcslmrrc Pa ills aunt Mrs Mary Iloyci with whom be lives Is a scrub woman The boys father Francis von Putt kamrr was an officer In the German cavalry Alxut 2f years ago the boy says he quarreled with Prince Bis march and fled horn Germany giving Up home petition and money In New Voik he was at one time a dishwasher Extahn Ortega n hotel proprietor at Bath Urrch IhI the other morning went tothe Captains pier which ho owns and ordeied raw clams tot breakfast About the seventh clam had passed his mouth wien his teeth rtruck a hard substance Thinking It was a pebble he was about to throw It away hut showed It to a friend who advised him to take the stone to a jeweler Ortega did so aiil says a diamond expert told him It was a fine pearl and offered JJ00 for It Ortega refused the offer United States Senator William A Clerk oi Montana Intends to build the lincft house In Washington To miike sure that it will surpass all other mansions and will possess all the bet features he will not break ground on the site of the old Stewart castle acing Dnpon circle until fio Massachusettsavenue residence of Thomas F Walsh ft Colorado million nlro Is completed Thrn If there are any features of Mr Walshs house that SeiiHlcr Clark desires to incor porate In his own dwelling he can east ly alter IU rilann The UiIxi war office has already gcit to viik uixiii IF than for supply iiiK Htr t f fahc UTlh gratis to sol dioic vro have lost tlidr freli as a rwult I active itrvlce and local ilernifts Lone Len approached In va rloun fciUis the offer of army work Y t price allowed by the war cifQio to the dentists is only C for extract a Including rnaejthetlc and whotevei the number of teeth and frrm tC MM to 4 lOs for the nrtl filial ir tntcF Tbs is not consld nci iv deutiMh to be a liberal price Wiici tljo next legislature has ap pq Mat 858or to pay off deficiency eluj f r ions experience with coy nr ST bounty laws will be ended Trt nr rrnt will bo rcqulied to pay UH 11 that have accrued under the law s itch wtrc repealed by tho lat crii of the Ifcgislatnre When this dtfi coO Is paid Oregon will iave osiaded for bounties some 212 fKlO Tlo amount would be 250000 hilt for tV fact that when the appro priation vaa exhausted early In 1902 n mnnlier of the counties ceased to low bounty claims Petaas the Silent the oldest member of tho Greek parliament is lead The old man was noted for hla icentrlclties the chief one of which was his aversion to talking to any one In his will the politician re quested that only his nearest relatives be present at his funeral as tho presence of the human race which I have looked upon all my life with dis gust on account of Its falseness antI hypocrisy would weigh heavily upon mj body Another queer request Ij that lila money go mainly to a lunatic asylumSt A brandnew pattern of electric lamp Is just now being put on tho market The lllamentn Instead of bo Ing ordinary bulbs are Inclosed in ehoit straight tubes about nine Inches long the filament has a small curl In tho middle to allow for expansion Theso tubes are mounted end to end in a metallic casing which serves as n reflector and alto carries tie leads stud the sockets tutu which the lamps fit There IB thus produced a ulnglo line of Ight which Is very suitable for certain formu of illumination such as thoowlndow lighting 11 JULY S M T WT FlS I 2 3 f 4 5 6t7 8 9 1011 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 222324 25 262720293031I STAR HOME with CURRENT TOPICS On an average 700 British subject are born every year at tea Chicago now pays her superintend eat of schools 10000 a year Marconi Is stated to be working at a portable wireless telephone Twentyfive million eggs were ex ported from Asia Minor in 1901 The crystal palace tower at the St Louis fair will be 1050 feet high After six years the bubonic plague In India shows little if any abate meat There were 94 deaths from plague in HongHong for the week ending June 0 The twentyseven railway bridges in the Uganda Africa road are AmericanThe building at Harvard which has about 80000 will be open ed this month Adm Sir Harry Keppel the father of the Urltlsh fleet began his ninety fifth year last Sunday Typhus has appeared among the cat tie of Egypt and the epidemic threat ens to become serious The Ktiklmos now have their own translation of the Bible which has ta ken 11 years to complete Nearly 90 per cent of the comraei clal failures reported each week arJ failures for less than 5000 A young daughter born to Princess Nicholas of Greece a few days ago was given the name of Olga Artificial rubfes are now successfully made up to twelve or fifteen carats by M Vernuel a scientist of Paris The old town prison of Berlin has been let to a speculator who In turn has let the cells as living apartments There is a band at Endham Upper Austria composed of 12 brothers who have all served In the Austrian army The Angel of Charity Is the name given to the queen of Portugal In Paris so conspicuous Is she for her good works Hy a vote of 220 to 45 the French senate has a law making the length of military service In France two years Instead of three The value of the exports from New York lit 1P02 was HOO361000 or per cent of the whole of the exports from Atlantic ports Thirty feet was the thickness of the ice In which the Gauss of the Ger man Antarctic expedition was held at one point of the voyage It is reportedfrom Durban that there is a considerable demand there for good men In the bricklaying plaster- Ing and carpentering trades Thu Immense number of oak staves used In the wine districts of Spain all come from the United States and most of them from New Orleans For allowing his llttlo boy to play on the tramway lines while a car was approaching a man named Rhclnhart was fined c 4 at a Vienna court Rev K H Wallace pastor of the Montoursvllle Pa Methodist church has displaced his gentlemen ushers with six young ladles In white There In an Increasing demand for money In all banks of the United States The banks on the Pacific coast are doing an enormous business Steel shark traps have been Invent ed by an American who Is desirous of killing sharks near Havana so that he may obtain the government re wardWorkmen employed In the wart houses of Jerez Spain drink two bottles of sherry a day and gout ana rheumatism are said to be almost uu known among them At the funeral of an aged Stockwel shoemaker named Ulcton his tools aud apron were borne on his coffin anti one on each side his two tabby cati dresed in mourning- It Is stated that the alien population in Germany numbers 800000 ptjrona of whom nearly halt are Austrian citizens whllo not more than 1COOO are British subjects T POPE LEO XIII IS DEAD Final Simmiqns dune to Vcuer- nlilc Ioiitillnt 101 Mon ility Afternoon AFTER ILLNESS OF TWO WEEKS Statesman llp unit tIl11tdlllllllllllI Spiritual Killer of Millions Called by the lattlIFuneral Orcmonio Will Extend Owr Nine Days the Body Lying in State in St Peters The Final Resting Place of the Dead Popewill Be In the MagnificentIBasilica of St Lateran Kome Inly lPulle lco XIII IIIi dead The last flicker of lire expired IIIIIttrlloonMonday night the emaciated andtlifeless framo vhlch held so a spirit laid on the bedtn the otltanIbeside Mhici almost all the prayed The red damask coverlet rest oil lightly over the body the cardinals scarlet cape was about the shoulder while on his head had been placed the papel hood of velvet bordered with ermine A white silk handkerchief was bound about his chin and lit tlllIiaiils which have ble ed so many thousands had been placed a crucifix So Pope Ieo remained until Tuesday watched by uniformed officers of the noble guard anti rough clad Franciscan penitentiaries who will keep aIceaseless vigil until the burial certI moniestTuesday ac cardinals assembled for the Impressive ceremony of olli lally pronouncing IOIE IEO XIII Pope Leo deal After this sad Cunet tion had been performed the body was taken to the small throne room adjoining the death chamber where Ittowas embalmed The funeral ceremon lea will extend over nine days the remains being removed to the catthedral of St Peters where they lie In state The ultimate restingS place of the dead pontiff will be maglnflcent basilica of St John thet lateranPope Leos final moments were marked by that same serenity and de votion and when he was conscious that same Intelligence which was as sociated with his 25 years pontificate His was no easy death An hour before he died turning to Dr npponl and his devoted valet PIo Centra he murmured The pain suffer most terrible Yet his parting words were not of the physical anguish that he suffered but were whispered bene dictions the cardinals and his 1Jetllltlollandless eyes was towards the great Ivory crucifix hanging In the death cham her Meantime events of momentous Im portance to Catholic Christendom were occurring The death of Pope Leo meant the passing of the supreme power Into the hands of the sacred college of cardinals as Its temporary custodian luring the Interregnum The perfect administrative machin cry of the church provided against the slightest Interruption of the governing authority As the senior member of the sacred college Cardinal Oreglla to whom the pope Monday solemnly confided the Interest of the ttlllrcht now becomes the exponent of the car dlnalr until Pope Leos successor shall be elected This has brought forth Cardinal Oreglla an the striking per sonality of the hour The cardinal Is the exact antithesis of Pope Leo hay ing none of the late pontiffs sympa thetic and benevolent characteristics This Is the man who for the time being Is practically pope It was he who Issued the orders to clear tjic Vati can of Intruders and qulllty out of the confusion Immedll Mrs Blalneg Remains Interred Washington July 21Tho remains of tho late Mrs James G Hlalne wid ow of the former secretary of state were Interred at Oak Hill cemetery in this city Monday The casket was covered with a pall of white Amen can Dearty roses a The Time Extended Washington July 21The district supreme court Monday extended until e August 1 tho time within which August t W Machen the former head of the postal free delivery system may demur to the Indictment against him r 4 aId following Pope LOOH death The death of the pontiff occurred nt a time when all was singularly calm about the Vatican as people hml been FO long Npttlng the filial summons that their FciiMbllUlcs were well nigh numbed The thong of the car bells was tht only noire which dispelled the traditional luacefulncKs of an Italian afternoon Now and again one of t HIM little open carriages In which nil Home rides rattled across tilt bat nl Vesuvlan stone with which tho Kcjuaro of St Peters Is paved and tVk Its plpee on tilt tab rank which his In the piadow of Michael Angcloa 4iiO columns A few halfnaked urchins dawdled In tilt Kpniy whh light breeze blew from the fountains that play unceas ingly beside the luge obollek brought to Home from Egypt IIIeIODIt conquer lug emperor A few yards away be sitie the bronxe doors which lead to the1 vatlcaiw tome 2 0 or 10 men and boys and a handful of gendarmes lax fly awaited the news 29 minute past a man dashed 1111011 across St Peters square then empty A second later another tel lowed en a bicycle Within n few suc owls as If by magic newspaper men gendarmes anti messenger running driving nail gesticulating dashed to and from the portals of the vatlrnn Like an ethereal niertat theic Hashed around the world He Is dendItubblug the afternoon vloep from their eyes barehuided ntii and worn vn ninny carrying tattles emerged from t ho darkened houses and cafes and besieged the door of tIme Vatican Tho transformation was complete Tie quick movement and intense ful lug of the rapidly gathering crowd now pjimenttd whirr a few mlnutm before there had been no s lsn of liff The French anibnuadorn carrlaj drove furiously from the vatican mini drew up at nearby telegraph ttic Without walling fur tilt hor e to stop thcMimfaaMador jumped out and advlxtd his government of the pope t death There soon followed till cnrii who win fIt facet drove slowly homewards Ikhind the shutters of hope Leos room which still remained closed all was over TIlt heavy bronze dooix were swung to antI entrance to the vat Iran was obtainable only by knocking at a little wlrket which WIIIIclOllt ly kept within by the impal guard antI without by the Italian police The latter had been filthily rolnfomd but nan no dlfllculty in controlling the crowd wlrth WKK aiowed to remain In the Miuarr Just as It was accustom ed to do before the death hut not U enter flic Vatican ItKtlf On the steps of St Peters i at a eroup of young Italian princes ills ciislng the situation Nearby war gathered almost every type of icapant anti working women who make Komi PO picturesque A few uttered tbT basilica itself anti there offer1 prayers for Pope Iis soul Among the supplicants were many ninnk who wlti hands uplifted prnytsl long antI earnestly at the gate of the dimly Ughted shmnin- etWashington July 21For the first time In the history of thlt country he state department Monday rccog nlzed officially the pope A s HKIII at the United States charge at tilt Iga ion at Home notified the deportment f the death of tae pope Secretary Hay for the pretldent scat to Cardinal Kampolla a cattle + xprc Mni oftlcUlly he sorrow and sympathy of tin itresi- ent and the people of the United tates In the news of time death of the ope TIme dispatch was Kent direr to he Vatican and not through our le gation at Rome The text of the mes sage was an follows Cardinal Kampolla the Vatican nome The president desires me to ex press lila profound sense of the loss which the Christian world has sustain ed In the death of his holiness Leo XIII Hy his lofty character his great learning and his comprehensive choir ity he adorned lila exalted station smith made lila reign one of tic most Illus trious as It has been one of tho longest n the history of the Catholic church Signed JOHN HAY THE POPES SUCCESSOR Great interest is Centered In the Work of the Holy Conclave Kome July 21The greatest Inter RSI Is now centered In the work of the holy conclave which Is to select time successor to Leo XIII Speculations prophesies anti predictions come from every direction In favor of the various candidates The comparatively long lines of leo has had the effect of narrowing the Chances of some who entered the contest with what was thought to be the brightest prospects while It has brought forward the prominence of others who at first wero hardly considered The result Is that they are all now on about the same level It in said that there has never been a conclave In which there are so many candidates who have a fair rhance of winning The most prominent candidates for the succession mire Cardinals Oottl Oreglls Aglerdla Sera fir Vannutelll DipietroIDeath of Archbishop Katzer Fond Du lac WIs July 21Arch libop Katzer died Monday night at St Agnes convent after a sickness dating from September 1902 lie came to Fond Du Lac for rest and reatment four months ago A week go he suddenly became worse Pleaded Guilty to Peonage Montgomery Ala July 2 1Fletch- r Turner a white man Monday in he United States district court pleaded guilty to the charge of holding In iconago one Olcnny Helms a Negro youth Turner was fined f 000 A Sweet Tooth la responsible for many aches and pains Out whatever the cause of do cay it should be arrested and the Teeth put in good condition Wo clean fill or extract tooth with out pain to the patient Our fine sets of teeth at t5 mado on zyiouite or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted 2Ti cents The btlllt amalgamjilling 75 cents Special ac commodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson ORlonrit iltMir In Iuit cfllrw Richmond Ky WprtwiipOyObIAI U s zt rortnI irknrIurntirtwtrst irrISWIFTCOLX4vjmo- pp us Patent OlICViskIitl 0 cccXJ1 I JEEJEJP J Lionel Dry Batterv Fan A1wr muljr tot Only OovOnt ir bnur la vfrtr Oarwlnf Tall Htf luturlM Kill d luf tokuun tIIal ran and II conipms tri IIlO ntte In Intl DIrlln 4JJO l lUllrrlr emir UI 378 JEerD1nn C TAre ItWiRVTMNC Iraei44 Jrrr Mr IKOXI Uiiuvuic Kr OtJrrh of t to Hlniunrh When the stomach is overloaded when food is taken into it that rails to digest it decays and inflame the mucous membrane exposing the nerves and causes tho glands to se cret mucin instead of the natural juices of digestion This in called Catarrh of tho Stomach For years I suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach caused by indigestion Doctors and medicine failed to benefit mo until used Kodol dyspepsia cureJ K Rhea Coppell Texas Sold by East End Drug C- oREPAIR du THAT LOOM Berea College Iiaim secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen tires linsey jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Comllda 4 to 16 Linen 40 to M cents a yard Drew Linsey GO cents a yard Jeans 60 coats a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes S3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Corerlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fubioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Berea College hould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per son or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham BerM Ky Thi 1ou Worm MdleU H p Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writes One of my customers had a child which wu sick and threw up all food could retain noth leg on iU stomach He bought one bottle of Whites Cream Versa fuge and it brought up 119 worms from the child Its the boss worm medicine in the worldlI Whites Cream Vermifuge is also the chil drens tonic It improves their diges tion and assimilation of food strength ens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigorand elastic ity of spirits natural to childhood 25o at East End Drug Con r MONUMENTS Mm Nsadstonss BUtutrt Ornlt amid Mrbl 3 Work of all kinds done in a worhmanlikti manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky tMnttol Milii tai rollliii Mru JHH About Ur lllui Take a Little Early Kwerit will euro ifltmtipation biliousness suit liver trouble DoWittH Little Early Risers are tlifforont from other pill I They ito not gripe and break down lit mucous mombraiu of time atom adJIIhlr stout bowelH hut ultra by Reutlj aroiiHiiig thu Hoorotious and giving strength to theae organs Sold by East EDt Drug Co DR M E JONES vtt Dentist ell Office Over Pruning office Office Days Wrdni Mlay to rat ol the week- GANNET HOTEL Newly Iitlcxlup Nival Iiosrdsod priceSecond HOUM Richmond Ky r G ENGLC Prop ItiinII rhIHackheadfl pimplt a greasy taos muddy complexion which an do common among women poci lly Rirlat a certain ago dtvitrojitiK beauty tlbtfiguring and masking repul sire features which would otherwm appear attractive ant refined indicat that tho liver in out of order Au oc umional dose of Horbino will cleaunr tim bowels rcguUta the lirer and oo establish clear healthy conjplmiou We at East End Dnig Coa Without Harness The best horse in tb world in of lit tie U6With wellmade perfect fitting harness on ho becomes both useful and ornamental- If style is desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It in light handsome smut very durable If strength is he umiu considers tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet nil requirements CoutdaIbe stronger if it witS nil Iron TIi Moberly Richmond Ky Cur r HeUllM Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writes After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism under various treatments I was induced to try Ballard Snow Liniment the first application giving guy first relief and the second entire relief I can give it unqualified rec ommendation 25c 60 ad 100 at East End Drug Coa OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODSr Frttlti a4 VtrtUblt a Specialty Soft agent for Baoacr Cream Bfti- 4f MSITt lU KfTIt PILl THE CITIZEN HHHJHHHH IHHH f The Home JENNIE LBSTBK HILL Editor lm 1111111111111111111111 Howto make Farm Dairy Cheese- T L HAKCKKII of Minnesota Uinry School1I- 1Il1I1IIllrUIII la1 lk1 Regular Gotidn molds nru best but arty tin or woolen rocoptaclo will no Hwor if mnall holes nro inndu iu it for the whoy to escape Tho cheese Hhonld bo from lIght to ton inches in diameter mid about three inches high Sot the lax iiKii which the mold into IK placed about threw fowl from a wnll punt or trim on which a slat i nailed under which tho end of the stick in placed Put a circular lain iilmut six Inchon in diamolur ou the mold on this runt till slick Do not apply full pressure nt unit hut lilt tho pail hang slant half way Inttwoou tho mold and tho end of tho stick Lot tho rhutwo remain a fow hours in tho press then tnko out and drum To drww a cheiHO first put It in warm water lako a pieco of linen cloth about six inches wide mad long enough to go around tho cheese and lap over a fow inches Wrap tho cloth smoothly around tho chocac folding the txlgn down over thn skhs then put a circular cap on each wide n couploof circular cloths mado largo enough for n gallon huller jar will anHwor and return to tho mold Put both under tho press move tho poi to the cud of tho Htick Loavo the clnH w in tho prow for about twenty bourn thru tako out anti salt Tho chiwn may iHJoitherdry salter or brine laltod Brino salting iH tho Ixdtor way Make a solution of sal t and water ni strong as it can possibly hI mado put the eheoso in this and sprinklo homo salt on tho uxxwod stir face Leavo tho chess iu this for two and a half lays turning it ovary twelve hours For dry salting rub salt ou twice a day lor three or four days then put tho cheese on a shtnf in tho collar turning and rub bing it with tho pRim of tho hand every day tho first week or two after that twice a week will sufhco They hhould occasionally bo waidied with a cloth dampened in warms water and if they get a rough rind use a brush and warm water Tho temperature Ixwt adapted for curing Is Irom fifty five to sixty five dogma Karouhoit and the air hhould Iw as moist as pos sible The cheww will bo really for UHO in from two to four months The lighter the choose is salUx tho noonai will it IMI ready for use and tho more thu curd is cooked the slower it will la in ripening and the longer it will ph+HIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I The Farm i SILAS CIIKKVE MASON KJIto- I1II1I111II+HIIIII+III How to Improve Mountain Farm- Ing THE KITCHEN GARDEN Tho money invoHttnl ill the kitchen garden undoubtedly brings in greater returns for the amount invented than 00thllt spent on any other part of tho farm for rightly managed a kitchen garden should bo made to yield a l greater part of the food supply for the summer and should also bo made to produce n groat variety of vege tables which when canned or dried i should form a by no means small part of the winter diet Tho location of tho kitchen garden l is all important for if it is placed near tho house a little time can bo spent in it each day either before Jt breakfast or after supper aud thus p valuable time which would otherwise go to waste may bo used to good ndvaaingeF a spot should bo select ed which in well drained land which has n rich clay loam it should also IM well fenced so that it will be impossible for army kind of stock to get into it for n garden may bo utter- lyt ruined in a very short time by the trampling of stock In fact I have known of several such cases around Borea where that peculiar breed of i animals known as the street cane hut which we aro now rid of thanks t to time noble efforts of one of the lathes of Boron have broken in and t far succeeded in devastating a gar don that it practically lint to bo replanted k If tho hpot which is selected for the shouldrar1have a lino of tile put through it im mediately for a well draiued piece of r C j can not only bo worked sooner after a rain or earlier in the spring than undraiuod piece but it can stand a drought great deal butter because the plnut roots have boon allowed to penetrate deeper into tho soil and EO are not affected as much by dry weather as shallowrooted plants S II MARSH 1IHIHIHHII IHIIII The School JOUR WIRY DINSMOHK Editor HW4HHHHHWHHIWH ITHREE GREAT FORCES Every teacher should know names thing tho more tho otter of time throw great forces that innko up tho sum of ovary human life Timex forces are heredity environment and will Many people talk glibly of heredity who have a very indefinite idoa of what it means What is it we inherit In tho first place wo in bent our body with its onset carriage massive hoed cud brains tho race t which wo belong with its peculiar hits of foaturtn heir and eyes Why ii it we can tell a Chinaman or a Jap anese wherever we ace onol Two members of the race look alike riot because they are any relation They may not be related lor thousands of years bock yet bear certain race resemblances It is because each in dividual bears tho peculiarities of hit original ancestors who may have lived 1agOll ago I We know a Jowuotlecause he is of time same family as other Jews whom wo have rout hut because he looks like hisgreat ancestor Abraham Tho same ie true In lose extent of divisions of races such as the French Scotch and English It ia by n study of those racia characteristic that we are enabled to form Borne idea of the farreaching power of heredity Wo need to take no credit to ourselves for our color features hair eyes or complexion All these were fixed aged before wo were born They are the accidents of birth Besides these general characteristics wo inherit many things from our im mediate ancestors Almost every person bears a close resemblances to his parents not only iu form features and complexion but also in dis position in vitality and mental tend rnciofl These immodiato inheritances are not usually so important BH tho more remote ones Mental and moral tendencies are not so deeply seated Rlllllllay be overcome It was form erly thought that curtain diseases are inherited for instance consump tion Of late it is not thought No RorniH of any disease can bo inherited but the narrow chest small lung low vitality which are con ducliro when exposure comes may be Likewise a taste for strong drink is supposed to Iw inherited from inebri ate ancestors buy ono discovering such is armed against their enroach montH If n person finds himself weak in hotly or having a natural taste for evils of any kind he must fight against them Many supposed victim consumption has a chance to live to a good oldago by proper care and precaution Will power aud right lit ing have saved to a good old ago ImndrtHls of pooplo who would otherwise have fallen eajly victims However the teacher hiss loss to do with heredity than with environment and will power These will be treated in turn ITHE CHURCH UNIVERSAL Sermon by pres Frost President Frost preached last Sun day upon tho Church Universal the people in all sects and countries who aro filled by Gods spirit and doing his work The text was Luke IX11 BO And John said Master wo saw one casting out devils in thy name and wo forbad him because he followed not with us And Jesus said unto him forbid him not lor he that ia not against us ia for us This shows how good people may be suspicious of other good people who aro working for the same cause Wo ought to be glad to find that others besides those of our company are casting out devils Christs followers Ire divided first of all into three companies eachof which goes back to the apostles and claims to be the one true churchthe Armenian church the Greek Catholic and the Roman Catholic When the Roman church had added too many hings to the simple religion of Jesus the reformation came and throo now bodies called Protestant arose the Lutherans In Germany the Presbyte rians in Scotland and tho Episcopalians in England andeach of these received the Holy Spirit and went on doing good works and casting out devils But immediately the Episcopal church attempted to compel all peo ple to think exactly alike and to wor ship alike and there had to be a now protest and new Christian bodies arosoho Congregationalists who gave tho world tho character repro sented by Plymouth Rock the Bapt lets who were tho first to begin foreign missions and tho Methodists who have excelled all others in Evangelization Later camo the Disciples branching off from time Baptists Now no man can forbid any of these churches from going forward with the work of casting out devils No man can say that one church is the true church and tho others are not true churches Each ono has the glorious evidence that it contains sumo spirit filled men and women and at the sunio time each has added some hu than doctrines to tho Gospelof Christ The important thing is that tho Gospel bo preached sod devils ho- cast out Let us everywhere rover ence every evidence of the pressure of lime Holy Spirit Wo seo the unity of the spirit in Christian hymns ninth Christian prayers Each lady of ho lievers is a dipper which carries the water of life to human lips Wo must not worship tho dipper nor quarrel about it When wo sing love thy Kingdom Ionlwo are drinking from tho Congregational dipper for that hymn was written by n Cougro gationalist When wo siugClHo leadeth me wo are drinking from the Baptist dipjwr When wo slay Hock of Ages we aro drinking from the Methodist dipper More and more people aro feeling this unity and the great Christian bodies are hindering each other less and helping each other more ICllha has appropriated 80000 to expended iu making exhibits of her products nnd resources nt the St Louis Worlds Fair next year A GREAT OFFER Dilly Loultvlll Times Weekly Courier Journal end The Citizen SU Months Sl50IBy special arrangements we will Bond TilE CITIZEN and Weekly Cot rierJournal and Daily Lou isrNle Times all three for six mouths to tho same or separate addresses for only f W Tho price of the Louis ville Times alone for six months is 300 thus giving you three papers for half time price of one This offer is for a limited time only and is made to old as well as pow subscribers of Tilt CITIZEN If you are an old subscriber we will give you credit for Mc on your subscription Address all orders with flM inclosed to THE CITIZEN Borea Ky- JAMES W RACER Editor Thirteen rare spoons bearing the figures of Christ and the twelve spas ties und tho date HiM recently sold nt auction in London England for tho enormous sun of 21500 or 18 8101 each NOTICE v All persons having claims against the estate of B C Richardson are hereby notified to file same with me properly verified for payment on or before August Si WOO at the Berea Banking Companys Dank in Berea Ky or same will bo barred W H PORTER Admr Da bonis non B C RICHARDSON Estate Col Morris B Belknap of Louis villwaR nominated by the Republic cans for governor of Kentucky on time first ballot Other nominees wore Lieutenant Governor J B Wilholt of Ashland Treasurer J A Black of Barbourville Attorney General W M Bookuer of Winchester Sec retary pf StatoJ C Speight of Mayfield Curfil of Chronic DUrrhorw After Ten Venn of NntTerlng I wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Burge of Marlinsville VahI suffer ed from chronic Diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried var ious medicines without obtaining any permanent relief Last summer one of my children wan takon with cholera morbus and I procured n bottle of bra remedy Only two doses wero required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine myself and did not use all of one bottle before I was well tnd I have never since been troubled with that com plaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr AN HAY STACKING Devlcr In Le on Mlchlirnn Farm llluitratrd and Urccrlbed Various parts of tho country and also the large farmer and the arnnll farmer In the same region have their different wiiys of handling hay Fol lowing nor some stacking devices de scribed liy Ohio Farmer writers A Michigan nuts says In this local ity It Is not an uncommon thing for farmers to stack the larger part of time hay crop Time accompanying Illustra tin shows n derrick I photographed ou my nelghhors farm tint helps to lessen tho Inlior of stncklng by hand The derrick Is nude of three poles nt leiiHt six Inches In diameter nt the top IIAY SLING AND STACKING DE11HICK and about forty feet long The single pole at the left Is set lute the ground uliont four feet In order to hold the tier dick In iosltlon The two bracing poles arc also set Into the ground shout a foot to hold them from dipping The top piece to which the pulleys mire attached Is 2 by S Inches by 31 fret lung This piece in Dolled to the Isles with tour and one half Inch poles to give strength to the derrick In fastening time pulley nt the foul of the derrick a largo stone was burled four feet In the ground and the pulley attached by means of a wire role It may be a question with tinny farmers who have never used n der rick for stacking tiny whether the hay will keep well when stacked III this way I took special pains to notice time condition of the hay when being taken out of the stuck and observed that It even way better than the hay that was stacked by hand by another neighbor Just across the road The hay drop plug from the fork seems to pack time stuck In tine center and allows less set tiling there to occur mother Michigan farmer scuds a sketch of a stacking rig that he has used for years with this explanation A Is the Rill pole which swings on a pivot at Its base II Is the mule stay rope which should run exactly back from tore center of the stack In line with the foot of the gin pole The toot of this puce should stand close up to the bottom circumference of the stuck and It should learn forward enough so that the top of the pole shall come directly over time middle of time stuck or of the load us ninny be re quired C and lire slay ropes run ning nt right angles with the mainstay rope both to be snillclontly slack so that the top of the gin polo may swing directly over time load of hay to take Its forkful the C rope being taut and theta unity swing over the middle of the stuck to drop tho forkful time D rope then being taut mud time 0 rope slack lime catch block or lower of the two pulleys 1 P should bo about three feet from the ground so that when the team begins to pull and time forkful clears time load the teams pulling shall swing tho polo and bring Its upper end right over the stack and SWINGING rOLl UE11UICK time forkful bo tripped and dropped just where It Is wanted Then with the trip rope the man on the loud can swing the top of the gin polo buck dlIrectly over time load for another forkIful A common horse fork pulley and catch block are all that is required limo device takes only a mart on the loud ono ou the stack and a boy with time tem It works best on a round lack The dotted lines In tho Illustra then show the position of time appara tus when swung around just before dropping a forkful on the stack Itemedlea Fur Cabbage Worm rime only sure and abiding remedy for cabbage worm says nn authority Is a Miiull handful of tlio sawdust It Is cheap sure harmless and effectual Irobably the best and cheapest way to combat worms on cabbages Is slum ply to sprinkle salt on time infested heads From time moment the salt Is applied the worms cease to feed and In an hour or two they drop from line heads to the ground Out 5 cents wortli of cayenne 111PllerI put It III the teakettle and a strong ten When cool put It In a botI tie and squirt sonic of It mi each head or with a whisk lroolllI i THE SWEEP RAKE A Useful Appliance In the Field Han dung or liar The Illustration shows a sweep roko used by a Country Gentleman corre spondent lIe says Time rake or one similar to it I have used for years Two horses pull It and draw two cocks nt once Each cock contains about two rake loads as raked into the wind rowI thought to rake the tiny from the swath to the derrick at tine rick I found this would not do as the double harpoon fork would not lift dry short clover may to any advantage juid more than this the rake wasted too much hay by rubbing It on the ground from the swathe to the rick I thought to use n sling but found I could not on account of the work mentioned Hence the most practical way to han die the clover hay was to lOCk It und allow It to settle nt least overnight be fore stacking I leave In the main ex cept for stocking purposes In the past used a revolving rake In time field I prefer It to the spring tooth because I can slip over trash on the ground that the spring tooth would gather up For cocking up for the derrick I found by force of circumstances that the revolving rake auld riot make the windrows large ioiigh to build lOCks the size desired without carrying the hay too fur when cocking A neighbor burrowed my revolving rake for two hours use and returned it wrecked be yond useful repair This mishap forced me to use the sweep rake for making time windrows would pull the rake as tar as the horses could pull It then turn the horses and pull the rake back ward to the starting point fund thou pull up lignIn I found that two rnke loads would mnkc n large cock that when drawn to time stick It would unmake oftentimes two horse fork loads for the derrick to put on the stuck Cocks made from the windrows of the revolving rake would tmly make one small horse fork loud I found It bur possible with those small cocks to keep the stacking force going Time large cocks made from the windrows of the sweep rake pulled two nt a time to the stack with the sweep rake made It easy to keep the force In hay and I BWKUVOII TWO HOUSE HAKE found them no trouble to handle with the fork after they had been standing overnight rime bill of lumber and expense of time long rake Is as follows Headpiece pine 2 Inches by feet feet at 1280 plank by t Inches by fe t12 feet at 816020teeth 1H by 3 Inches at 6c each H by Inch bolts at 1Cc W 2 H by Inch bolt at 5c10Carp- enter work 160 Total 3W Three upright stakes lire set In the headpiece to keep the hay from sup ping over TIle long plank Is to put over the ends of teeth and bolts put through at teeth and headpiece The teeth are notched Into the headpiece tho notch being deeper toward the point of the teeth The ends of the teeth should sharp mid slope on the under side toward the point This prevents their catching In the ground an they are weighted with the loud Time teeth should not be made to tit In the headpiece too tight as If allowed to play a little up and down when at work they will follow the surface bet ter and not bo so apt to catch In tho ground or run overtime lay The horses are attached one at each end by a light chain which should be at least seven and n hall feet long The horses should not be allowed to- get In front of the teeth When draw lag empty tho rake should be pulled backward The rapidity with which it can bo worked depends very muctnon the skill of the boys who ride the horses Time land should be smooth mud free of stones and stumps Rusty Spot In Cheese As soon as an outbreak of rusty spot Is noticed in cheese Ills well ac cording to the Geneva N Y experi ment station to use cheese color quite freely as the spots If small can usually be concealed by the use of annotto and time cheese marketed without boss This Is In no sense an Injury to the con sumer since neither flavor nor texture time cheese Is affected by either time spots or color leas and rotes Time six highest ylclders of corn at the Ohio experiment station last sea son stood In the following order Mis souri Learning Holds Yellow Dent Hendersons Eureka Tanners Favor Ite Dnrke County Early Mammoth and Looming Pink rot is a comparatively new op plo disease prominent In New York state It follows scab and the remedy Is a thorough use of bordeaux IVaches pears and plums should be tlifnncd or fine fruit and a vigorous treeThe angumols grain moth appeared last season for the first time In tho wheat fields and granaries of Mlchl gun Tile percentage of abandoned acre ago in all the Important winter wheatigrowing states Is unusually abandonment Including the nrva to be cut for hay reaching 100000 acres only In Kansas Texas and California s QueenQuality i f t The Famous Shoes for Women i 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 pleaso you in Mens Shoes Hats Shirts Underwear Neck wear etc RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky 0 +0+0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0+0+0 + o 001 o h 0Go + 0BEREA KY 0 0o+ 0 1oCoof Philadelphia 0oo Manufacturers of 2 + 0 ojtt o oSuitings o 0 ooio0 ooo highly appreciated 0o+ o+ol o+0 +0 O+ +0 +0 +0lo +o+0 THEDFORDS THE GREAT fAMilY MEDIClr E fonls BlackDraught has saved doctors more than sixty years For the common fam eOlistilJationindigestion plaints chills and fever biliousness headaches and other like complaints no other jucdicii0 is regulatesstimulates action of the kidneys purifies tho bloodandpurgcs bowels of It cures liver complaint indigestion- sour rheumatic pains sidcadic back constipationdiarrh colds mad headache c druggist has Thedfords mackDraught in cent packages and in mam moth size e1oo Never accept a substitute Insist on having ChattanoogaMltlicine believe Thedfordi BlackDraught It the but medicine on earth It Is good for any and everything have a family of twelve children and for four have them on foot and healthy with no doctor but Wack Draught A J GREEN Illcwara La No man or woman in the Stata will hesitate to speak well of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them They always produces pleasant movement of the bowels im prove the appetite and strengthen the digestion For sale by S E Welch JrFor a lazy liver try Chamberlains Stomach anti Liver Tablets They invigorate the liver Rid tho digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bil ious attacks For sale by S E Welch Jr nuTHE SCENT OF A ROSE how It Became In thr llnniln of a Ml tie llrl the Inplr ilou for a Remarkable llrfortitMlnii r Clara Dryce and her sweet sunny balred little niece stood before a soli tary white rose blooming In Its Immacu lat glory In tho great conservatory As the tiny fingers were eagerly stretched towards tho prize Clara took Marles hand to hurry the child away for what If she should take it into her head to want the flower The only one left of a host of peerless beauties that had faded and gone Auntie I want booful tower Just as she expected The blue depths of the baby eyes were growing misty With a sigh and a hasty movement Clara leaned over broke the graceful stalk and placed It In the eager hand At the same moment tho carriage drove up to the door lIrlo will go with me today salt Miss Bryce to the nurse who came for her charge l The woman stared for this was a great concession on the part of her- r young mistress The servants bow ever had learned to make allowances for Miss Urycos eccentricities Clearly though there was a change In Miss l Clara since the coming of this child Marie sparkled with delight as the coachman lifted her to the high seatt beside her fine auntie and soon they were on their way to the park As they stopped to water the horses J at a fountain an automobile suddenly came whirling round the corner steered by a showily dressed young woman The machine had gone beyond her con trol and if Miss Hryces coachman had not dexterously turned the horses aside there would have been a frightful col lision Instead tho mad vehicle wont crashing Into the fountain throwing the woman upon a soft grassplot A policeman helped her up revealing tin saddest of all spectaclesan intoxi cated woman Bred as Clara Bryce had ONCE WAS AS MJVELY AS THAT ROSE been she naturally shrank from such an object with repulsion and ordered the driver on but just then little Marie leaned forward and with a pitying glance for the wretched being before her held out to her the gleaming white roseTake it she lisped Poor lady a world of commiseration in her pretty voiceThe shock of the accident and the sud den vision of the radiant child seemed to lift the pall from tho womans clouded brain for at this proffered sym pathy she took the rose and stood looking at it lit a lazed way then sudden ly and eagerly she drank In the dell clous odor The flower shook In her hand for a long burled scene suddenly arose before her borne on the sweet fragrance of the innocent days of girlhood How she loved this flower when it grew In the garden at home Then another picture shifted Into view that of a still pallid face a weary head her gentle mothers resting upon its pillow of white roses Thoroughly aroused the wretched girl burst into a flood of tearstears which played strange havoc coursing down her painted cheeks Poor lady dont cry beseeched Marie What is the matter Once I was as lovely as that rose just as innocent and pure The wom an seemed to bo speaking to herself then approaching the carriage she said brokenly Thank you little one All the sympathy In the childish bosom swelling at the forlorn being be fore her Marie quickly loaned over and Impulsively kissed the womans penciled browOne could see how the sinful one shrank from the touch of Innocence as If aware of the chasm that separated her from this child In the movement to free herself the rose fell from her hand into a muddy pool almost under the car riage wheels Hastily picking up the flower soiled and unsightly she held it out sadly saying softly to the little girl See I am like that rose but once I was Just like you That was when the rose was fresh and beautiful then tenas tho rose did and now she said turning away and with a tone of desperation In her voice and now I do not care where I fall Little Mario listened to the delirious words thinking only that the woman was grieved because she had dropped t he roseBefore Clara could restrain her the child had clambered out over the step In another Instant she had seized the rose and going over to the fountain bad dipped the soiled flower Into the water majdac It tress and white again t eTc4t r o she cried Joyfully holding JLookl the troubled eyes It Is booful Now dont let It fall again she continued quaintly as she placed the rose securely in the womans gem bedecked hand Clara Bryce had been a speechless oil server of this strange scene and at Its close she did what became a ninedays wonder in the social circles In which she moved She Invited the forlorn wom an to take the place beside her ami then ordered the coachman to drive to the address glvtna secondrate hotel In a downtown district Every day thereafter during the fol lowing two weeks at a certain hour Miss Bryces sumptuous carriage drew up at this hotel and Clara and little Marie with a single white rose In her dainty hand alighted and entered the hotel for a half hour Two years afterwards on a beautiful June day a sweet attractive young woman pale as the white rose on her breast but with nothing else to indi cate that she was the ydung woman of the automobile accident stood on the platform of a downtown mission and suggested a vote of thanksgiving to their benefactress Clara Bryce who had founded the Marie Mission in the name of her little niece Then Marie came forward and pre sented to the new temperance society a banner upon which was embroidered only a single white rose Cecilia M Young In Union Signal ITS TERRIBLE WORK Strong Drink tin taute or nfTrrl llunilllnllon Amrrlrn1 tdrerlta 1lndnrai nail Knulnvrmrnt Sufferings Sir William Gladstone once said that strong drink wrought more ruin than all the wars pestle lence and famine put together A care ful study of this prunes its truth No one can measure no tongue can do scrlbe the amount of suffering pro duced by Intoxicating drinks Ten thousand wrecked homes and 100000 ruined lives attest the truth of this Humiliation As Americans we oft en boast of the prouu position wo hold among the nations of the earth We speak of Americas commerce Its In dustries and Its farreaching influ cures but at the same limo It Is hue miliating to think how the country Is degraded by the drink curse and Its tame marred and tarnished by the legal sanction it gives the traffic in In toxlcnlltsAdersltlIow hard tho times are My luck is against me I cant get on try as I will How often we hear these things but very often when we Inquire Into the matter we find that drink Is at the bottom of It all U we want to make a success of life and to escape adversity we shall stand a much bettor chance by being ab stainersMulnessThe brain is the prin cipal organ of the body hilt hero again we shall see that strong drink is our foe On January 1S93 there asylumssponsible for 18M6 of these sad cases It ruins the brain and makes men mad It Is certainly a shame to think that this fair America of ours assesses an enemy capable of working such havoc Enslavement Besides all this the is the rower of appetite and of ha that it creates and this Is enslaving vast numbers BO that In spite of all the drunkards that die there Is always a new army of them being raised Let us do our best to fight this enemy National Advocate TEMPERANCE ITEMS The Catholic Total Abstinence union of America will make an exhibit at the St Louis Exposition Protect the home from the saloon or the saloon will destroy the home National Advocate Charles Schweizer a German sa loon keeper has Joined the Salvation Army in Muncie Ind The saloon U closed and Mr Schwclzcr Is now a tailorJudge Stone of Wisconsin has Issued an edict against women as bar maids Ho has Instructed the officers to arrest all women found tending bar In his districtThe W C T U of Summit N J presented the Summit fire department with a 100gallon coffee urn mounted on wheels for their use at fires This is designed to lessen the drinking of stimulantsSir Jeune president of the London divorce court told an Inter viewer that the new licensing act had a great Interest for him as half the matrimonial troubles brought before him could be attributed to excessive drinkingA UakoU merchant announces that three beers a day will take Into your home In one year one barrel of flour fifty pounds of sugar twelve pounds of corn starch ten pounds of macaroni ten quarts of beans four twelvepound hams one bushel of sweet potatoes ten pounds of coffee ten pounds of raisins ten pounds of rice twenty pounds of crackers 100 bars of soap three twelvepound tur keys five quarts of cranberries ten bunches of celery ten pounds ot prunes four dozen oranges and twen tyfive good beefsteaks Urnnknril In IennarlentiIR- A new law of Pennsylvania author izes a court to commit a person addicted habitually to the use of Intoxi eating drinks or drugs to a hospital or asylum for one year or less on petition of two relatives or friends of the afflicted person Payment must be made or security given to the authorities for the cost of his board care and treat rent 1 THE SUNDAY SCHOO- LNunn In the Internntlnnnl 9rtil- or July 20 1901 Muni Hr- Jrclvd as Kin TIlE IKSSON TEXT I Sam l13iII And Samuel came to Saul and Saul aatd unto him Blutcd be thou of the Lord I have performed the commandment d the Lord II And Samuel said What meaneth then this bleating of the sheep in mine ran and the lowing of the oxen which I hearT 16 And Saul said They have brought them from the Amalikltti for the people spared the bent of the sheep and of the oxen to sacrifice unto the Lord thy Ood and the rest we have utterly destroyed IS Then Samuel said unto Saul Stay and wilt tell thee what the Lord hath said to me this night And he said unto him Say on And Samuel said When thou wait little In thine own sight wast thou not made the head of the tribes of Israel and the Lord anointed thee king over Israel II And the Lord sent thee on a journey and said do and utterly destroy the win lieu the Amalekltes and right against them until they be consumed 19 Wherefore then dldst thou not obey the voice of the Lord but didst fly upon the spoil and didst evil In the lght of tin Lord ax And Saul said unto Samuel Yea I have obeyed the voice of the Lord and have cone the way which tho Lord sent me and have brought Agag the king of Ama lek and have utterly destroyed the Ama iskltes Hut the people took of the spoil sheep and oxen the chief of the things which should have been utterly destroyed to sacrifice unto the Lord thy God In Gllgal 12 And Samuel said lath the Lord as great delight In burnt offerings and sacri fices as In obeying the voice of the LordT Dehold to obey better than sacrifice and to hearken than the fat of rams Vor rebellion Is as the sin of witchcraft and stubbornness Is ns Iniquity and Idolatry liecauxei thou hast rejected the Word of the Lori He hath also rejected thee from being king oini x TKXTTO obey li marThan crlfice1 Sum 13iiI2 OUTLINE OP SCRIPTURE SECTION Sauls first treslloul Sam 1J1J3 Sauls warfllrel Sam 1I1S3 Sauls dllobNtlencrt Sam 13112 Sauls selfjustificationI Sam 16111 Sauls rejection Sam 1517U Sauls humiliationI Sam 15HS TIME The exact date Is uncertain possibly about II C PLACEGllgal and Mlchmash NOTES ANT COMMENTS When Saul was made king he was charged to implicitly obey the com wands of Jehovah For disobedience he waa twice rejected first ns to his house 13nJ 14 and second as to himself 15 One will have to study the whole story of Sauls reign in order to ascertain all the reasons that led to his rejection The news of the union of the scat tered clans of Israel tinder Iiig Saul and their victory in lllcnd soon reached their longtime oppressors the Philistines They Immediately plan to invade time land to reassert their authority and again to terrorize the people Into subjection The He brews flee some finding refuge In the mountains others leaving the coun try aul bravely recruits the faithful ones at Ullpal where Samuel had in structed him to wait before strike fag the first blow for Independence After waiting a week in Impatience at the nonarrival of the prophet the king prepares to begin time campaign and as the initial step sacrifices burnt offerings At this juncture Samuel appears and severely rebukes Saul for disobedience threatening to wrest the kingdom from turn Sauls sin was not the mere act of assuming priestly functions as has been traditionally supposed It was his impatient self assertireiiCKS In falling to walt for Samuel advice as to Gods wilt in this great national crisis Yet Sauls little army uccceds In re pulsing the Philistines through the personal bravery of his son Jonathan and the strange panic he causes among the foe Saul leads the triumphant pursuit with constantly growing forces This chapter shows plainly that Sauls devotion won to the forms of religion rather than Its spirit Some years after this first campaign with the Philistine the events of to days lesson occurred Samuel still supreme as the adviser of the king brought word to Saul thai Israels ancient foe the Amalekltes utmost be destroyed Such wholesale slaughter could not be justified in Christian times The Cambridge Bible says Such commands were an accommodation to the moral and religious state of the nation to which they were given Itcvelatlon is progressive and Gods dealings with the chosen people while designed to raise and educate them were necessarily conditioned by their moral state at the given period Meeting Samuel awkwardly on his return Saul greets him with a pious expression of welcome lays upon the soldiers time blame for his own dis obedience and untruthfully claims that all the animals spared were in tended for sacrifice Jehovah anointed thee Saul It reminded that he Is answerable to One higher than himself yet he has die obeyed Gods prophet Didst fly uprin the spoils Descriptive of a wild carnival of eager selfish greed Yet Samuel had intended the expedition to be a religious one to exectitn what he believed to be the divine will To obey is better than sacrifice Moral conduct Is more than ritual one of the loftiest thoughts of the Old Tests ment and the keynote of all prophetic teaching God rejects Saul from he Ing king over Israel since he had re Jected God from being King over Saul Adami- PRACVtCAL SVJOKSTIONB God rejects one only alter ones acts how that Ire has the dUobrdlent spirit Hy disobeying God one inlfses the highest career that Is open to him It is not to much nod who rejects man as It Is man who rejects God then a man onsets of his broadmindedness he Is usuallytrying to hide hi fchallowhcadcdness snnlls Horn In the fight ugulnht evil the losers Are not those who are beaten but those who do not fight o PEOPLE OF SOME NOTE Mr CarneRies gifts to other countries than the aped States are recorded to the amount of SilrO making Mr riniPRlei total sift to libraries mi- llrimdl They toll lu New York of IIIIIAII named Fins who residua In Europe visits all the capitals knows all the big wlpattnl home on all the bourses and generally iiepna track of whatever Is Roluu on In the money markets He cables dally to the Standard Oil company and come of the nllled life Intiiirancc companies Ills cables lire kept secret They are full of meal The transactions of the Uocko Icllers and a few others are based upon his aIn Ho receives a salary of ir 000 a your Lewi Lewarl of Ciirrtttick cniimy Iii known as the strong boy of North Carolina lie is Ij fort 2 Indie tall anil weighs morn than ron pounds and strong In proportion lie IIIJIIt 17 years old and weighed IS pounds when Ixun Ills father weighs only 1SS pounds and his mother less than 120 At n recent exhibition of his strength at Elizabeth City N he was able to haul ups surf boat from the water without munch effort a task that usually requires the corn limed fore of seven strong men Jerry Gleawin the oldexl taxpayer In Ohio and perhaps In the country Is u resident of Monroe township Knox county terry Is 109 years old but lust week he walked from his home to Mount Vernon and paid his taxes making the return trip on foot also Nor years he line refused to sleep III a bad choosing to lake Its nightly rest In a chair He was a warm personal friend of Andrew Jackfon Mr Olenson workou his farm regularly huts never been III a tiny In lila life situ does not look his ago by a third or a century BUGLE CALLS The Chinese government line commenced to wild cadets to Germany In stead of all heretofore lo tie military schools of Japan Time French minister of war hitM mid arrangement for n number of rcailln rooms for the us of the French soldier they are to bo supplied with games a well as with newspapers and books Sonny doubt are expressed as to whether the soldiers will make line of their oppur tiinltle In view of the fart ihit the English soldiers with similar ailvan tales reetn to prefer to visit their owre1 hearts or stand their time In tavern 1rcnidenl Diaz of Mexico has lm menw admiration fur that hiirdrldin iralght hootlngand plendlillylralnel corps of cavalry th rural nud otter declares that should occasion arise lhe would win the admlrnilon or the world The fighting force of this ulster republic Is nut generally known The pea strength is 0t00 men at two weeks notice SOOOO more all well traimiedare available and about 1000 X In addition could be put In the field In another month Col Mills superintendent of the West Point Academy luau a reputation for sternness A subordinate oft on n fur lough sent him ibis dispatch Will tint report today as expected account un avoidable circumstance The tour of the message was not at all to Cud Mills mind and he wired a once In reply Report as expected or plve reason Within an hour the following nn nago came over the wires haled from a tins pital In New York Train offcant ride legs off cant walk Will tint reo l ort unless you Insist The colonel did not Insist PULPIT AND PEW Dubuque U the strongest Calhollc ty In the west G2 per cent of the pop illation belonging to that faith There are seven parochial schools attended by 16121 children and 19655 young people are under the care of the church Th late Cardinal Vaughan was probidly lie handsomest and mot dill tlnnlhed looking of the Itoman cc clwlagtical hierarchy Just as Cardinal Manning looked the learned ascetic to Vaughan 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BY FRANCIS LYNDE I Coprlibt 1M by KriDelt Jnd j IJ HAPTKIl VII CONTIXIKII There are plenty of Itching trig Rrrflnpers hereabout just now and one of them Is ROlnjr to crook Itself nine dark night if Wyknmp iloesnt have upturn of connnon lie lit What 1o you nuppose hes up to 1I0Wt made tin sign of unknnwlidge Riot Mncpheroon ilrew his chnlr nearer anil lowered his voice In def erence to tho niiiiiy iniicnr piiill this of the loosely built hoime You know his Htlltudr toward tHwart Winnie MlM Snnlmrn Well In changed It In n dny cnme here two or three times nnil tried to see hr und when she wouldnt he lc gas on the ItlrltlllrlI daughter I rtuut know how fur it has gone but fur enough to make n flllllllrow with the father and mother on our slur nail the girl on the other Of etiuniQ Nan bellevii In him nnd tamps up for him but lake known and bails his rllle nrcordliiKly Therell be n murder ventured Tin afraid of It And nt thin time It would be most confoundedly In opportune The news of the tight with the land company hB gone abroad in the county nnd the state sad public nentlment In with the set tiers Hut If one of them should fillIget lilnifdf and happen to kill lead compnny chief engineer wIll you re wlmt would hapjien public dBtlnirnt would take time oilier Mile In tint turning of n leaf Amtlredly Cant you bring the girl to her seiiHe- nMarpherMin grinned iHirrM my flnjrrm In fireItburaed Ihini rather havent forgotten about the pony and the rflllngllIoIIIC have you n And betildfn I hair n funeral of ngr own nnd I eant furnlhh mourn or for WyknmpV Id iniieli rather furnish the corps Sllenee for the pnre of n full min ute and then Iaav You havent found put nlllhlllCillnrr Not u nyllalde Ive Iwen respect Ing her prohibition as IIIIIha s It eould feeling an do and runnier here every night We meet md peak and pass and huts nil there U to It Rut Ive Heen and heard nough to make me feel murderoux she fairly idiudder at the mere men tion of hn name I wonder what he did to her I dont know hut Im beginning to suspect that Nan does ItIf its anything anything hindI he words mine hnrllII would be like tilt fiend to boant of It to another nil inn You inn aInt jump nt eonclunlonn else it will be your Itehing trigger linger Instead of Sellers Why do you think Nun knows cant tell Its in the air Ive enught her looking nt Winifred In t nbllt dont make me talk about itdolll make me talk nlwul anything Turn over and go to sleep or I shall go away I vas too weak to withstand him sad truly sleep was again knock ing nt the dhow lint when the door was opened and closed ngnin dream came between and 1 saw Wy kamp directing the work on n dam In n precipitous canyon whim and wondered that I hind not before remarked that his ears were pointed and that n pair of satyrhorns curled gracefully over the visor of his out ingcap chi trrti VIII DOCUMBNTAHY EVIDENCE Winifred to Prlscllki Itradford Dear Prlimle Your last letter accuses me of a hick of confidence and its so I have been talking scenery an you say and it Is because n thing ao I rend fill has happened that I havent been able to bring myself to write about it even to you Hut I shall lose my mind if I do not wands in some one and tdnce you have naked for a share of the burdeTi you shall have liunsumlch as you know all tint pill ful fijrejrolng for you I can eons press tho dreadful thing lulu three words lie is lucre How he found me opt I dont know or It It jeslgn or n mere arrow of IIpltefllll hence but the miserable malnv He in the engineer In if nn irrigation project which Inf rolves the welfare of the retire tlctiiont his camp but n short liafnille from the schoolhouse nUll am forced to see him every day Knowing what this must mean for me you will wonder that I did not shriek und run away at the wrJI trill That indeed was the first im iuUive promptinglid under other r obeyedIteasy to disappear when one Is far from the highways of travelnlld there was a second thought potent IIIIIYlIllllllllfTerIllt ends I have written about Mr Mac pherxon hint you have doubtless dune this long ago und draw your own conclusion There is fuel enough Hod knows to keep the shamefire burning all through my miserable life but tills is not of it Having sale so touch you will understand what follows reading between the lines IJ you rare to Our first meeting the only one in which he lips hush the hurdlhood to- sjnlc to suitwax one evening when I was walking home from the schoolhouse with Mr Macphcrson He was riding past and he recognized me wheeling Ids horso to fling himself from the saddle and to add another Insult to all that has gone beforeMr Macphernon resented It promptly like a nuns and a gentleman and he he struck him After that I knew had to stay that otherwise them would be more misery and perhaps bloodshed and Jiowcver rich his de servings Gal would require his life at my hands So I have stayed and suffered not knowing what u dny might bring forth and drinking the cup of terror to the dregs Thus far Mr Mucpher son has amply justified all my be llevlngs of him Ills quarrel with the land company Is quite us bitter as that of the settlers the plans of the company If carried out will practic ally diiiposfiess him but he will not make It a personal matter with the engineer for my sake if for no bet ter reason So long as he dorm not know the shameful facts I tell nty self there Is reason to take courage but If he should find outsill Pris sir living as you do in the peaceful quiet of this old Nee Inglnnd home you cant understand Rut time men of these wlldcrnesxci mIll reared In homes just like yours perhaps be come terribly swift to right their wrongs with the strong hand You will yny that lung ns I keep mysecret exposure ran come only through the unit who will stand n selfconfessed villain In this telling and this Is true Rut the dastardly hardihood of this man In past belief and Imare begun to fear that the worst is yet to come You will re rAil my frr Uent mention of Jacob Sellers daughter Frnii what have seen there Is reason to fear that she U in danger of becoming his latest victim They are together a great deal and Nuns dislike for me is growing day by slay What lie has told tier I can only surmise hut her attitude toward me has lately changed from frank aversion to 11rlitllllhIRtnand It should route to Mr Maeplmr suns ears but must not antici pate Write me n good long letter Prim sic dear and try to comfort me if you ran Lovingly WIN1FIIKD Illchtird irnntley to Eugene Hal eptt Dear llalcott was foolishly glad to hear front 3vsu again glad to learn that ColaI ratio has given you n little lease of life if no more Your hand WilY DO YOU TIINCNAN KNOWS writing Is so cheerfully undecipher aisle that I have not yet mastered your opening sentences but gather from n readable word here and there that you were convalescing from an attack of harts fever whatever that mny be when you wrote I dont know the mahuly lint if you lire convalescent that is the principal fuel You err right In supposing that I know something of Wykiunp lit was n classmate of mine in the school of engineering and was with me one year on the geodetic survey He Id hail medicine In a mural way is rather unmoral than Immoral should say time quality seems to hove been left out of hx makeup There are localities on the Carolina coast where he doesnt dare show hU face and he la no coward either and even here in Ho ton where Ills people nre known und respected there are doors which will never again open to him The eplxode you refer to occurred In New Iliunpslilre nud the facts were swiftly amid deeply burled by the young womans people I suppose I havent been able thus fur to get at the details In any sort of lie II lienee but there was marriage which was no iiianvugo and a woman scorned und nil that you know the pitiful round of Mich things Without knowing anything shout the merits of this particular case I should not hcMlatc to lay every ounce of the burden of blame on the shoulder of the man lies bad as I say and iti his peculiar specialty hat few quads and no superiors Your plan to Moel his present game by putting the evidence of one of his foimer escapades Into the hauls of the young women Is In genious hut it wont work As against this lightest word of a pro fessed lover all the newspaper charge in the world would weigh as hydrogen or coronium if that he lighter None the less Ill send you the newspaper clipping If I can un earth them in the flics- Sincerely as always DICK President Baldwin of the Glcnllrat Land Company to Chief Engi veer Wykamp hear Sir- Yours of the Hah Mating that you have made excarntlons on the site last chosen for the dam In the upper canyon Is at hand Without going into the technicali ties I must say that I think you are mistaken I went over the ground last year with our consulting engi veer and he Is quite sure that a dam at the point where you arc working will be entirely sate Make such changes In the plan of construction as the nature of the substrata de mands and push the work with the utmost speed With all due regard for your opinion I will say that I have always found the members of your profession Inclined to err on the side of permanence at the cost of celerity and the work must be driven Results are what we want Toke mother week for this exca vating and if you do not strike bed rock put In concrete and build your dam A change to the former ben tion as you suggest is impossible Mnepherson will not sell and he is a man of means und influence nbimd jantly strung enough to light a battle which would delay us Indefinitely Moreover the settlers are threaten lag and you must keep the pence all lianrds Your destruction of their Hume and ditch wax exceedingly advised nnd if It lie not too late I would suggest that thieve be re placed Yours truly JOHN HALDWIN President G L Co CHAPTKK IX A MIDNIGHT VISIT It was well on in the month ol forIto brat removal from the farm house nt Valley Head to Macpher NOIIH and after the buckboird trip pOllIon being by that time critically Inter ested in the small raglcomedy work lug itself out under myryes ns the long summer days waxed and wuned Interested I say but involved would be tilt better word I could no longer call myself an onlooker If there were other reasons for my stayif In those short weeks which will always be marked with a red letter In any poor calendar mine there had come Into my ofIa thing which common loyalty me triple Itlclc in that chaml er of heart which is nt once the sanctuary nnd the tomb of hopes uiirenlicd nod II IIrtn II III hit I shall not unfold storylandIn tliose days of Icadcnwlngcd con guinedInut111llIlIlIr is siiftlclent Hut thought for me tilt days were as thin days of the lotus enters thee traglIcoIIIIIly went on worklngoutlts details with relentless precision The IllnellollllanWykamps reckless byplnywith TennesxeanV daughter gave It IhllI depth of personal hatred as het the vindictive descendant of the demptloncrs and the engineer Mac phersnn was still on the side of pence but It was evident that his influence over Setter was strairted to the breaking point In the family nt fannhoiuc the daughter was theI nwordrt points with the father mother for WykampV sake rind though Wykamp had long since kern forbidden the house Nan met him and walked with him in open defi ante of her fotherV interdiction It was in th hope that the girl might still he Induced to listen to reason that I had written to irnnt Icy but when the forgotten news paper story vas finally In my hands I was ns one who has been suddenly nude responsible for the safety of n powder nmgnxinr For hidden under the charitable hyperbole of the reporter who hail written the news paper account there was a story too despicable for nny recounting the story of Wykampn perfidy and Wini fred Snnhorns dishonoring Having the proof in my hands I knew not what to do with it It was incredible that It should not bring the girl to her senses hint without showing it to her I could hardly hope to make her believe Itnll to put the clip plug and Ornntleys letter of expla nation which accompanied into the hands of Nancy Setter was tiles set ting the clocKwork of n Infernal ma chine In order and turning It over to a passionmad glib with power to set it in motion limited abroad there was no limit to thn trouble for which the story night be responsible It would Inevitably destroy what small peace of mind Winifred had been able to gather up out of the wreck of the past in the new environment It would probably cost Wykamp Isis lift at the crack of the mountaineers rifle In ambush or nt the Lauds of n vigilance committee upon which every nun In tits cttlement would he eager to serve falling In thin It might easily snake u murderer of Mucpherson I knew my friends character nud the strength of It but- there be provocations too mighty to be shnckled by any promise n fur bearance x Under the circumstances I cotiiifdo nothing but watch null wait and in the titer passed I did not dare to leave the Setter household Slowly nnd by inches as it were it was driven in upon me that I should be compelled to set the infernal ma chine in motion ns a last resort if I would not be a party to Another crime but I refrained until it be came clearly evident from inns contemptuous attitude toward Winifred that Wykump had given the girl lee own version of the shameful tale After that I waited only for what might promise to be a fitting oppor tunity Time opportunity came one day when Seller was afield and her mothers absence at one of the neigh bors left Nan alone wth me They had slung a hammock for me under the shelter of the farmhouse porch and the girl was sitting on the door step sewing Not knowing auy tea jectory of indirection in such a mat ter I sent my first shaft as straight as I could aim it To Be Continued A ROYAL SAUCEBOX Story of the Childhood of nil Late Dowager Kmpreii of Ger many Time late dowager empress of Gel many was for so many years n prom inent figure in the worlds gallery of unhappy women that it is not easy to think of her as a little laughing goldenhaired girl with a merry longue that often got her into trou ble with her august mother Queen Victoria yet that in the picture of her which Vanity Fair presents The late queen who brought up her children ns wisely us any mother In nil Kngland Insisted among other thing that they should treat all members of the household with respect and address each member by his or her correct title The little princess royal frequently broke this rule her most serious of fense being a determination Avhicli no amount of punishment checked to call the physician in ordinary by his last name only Hrown The queen finding nil other penalties futile lush finally threatened to scud time princess royal to bed nt the next offense no matter lit what time in the day it should occur Walking with her mother one morning along the corridor In the palace the little Victoria met the physician Gaud morning Brown she cried Hiincily Oluncing up site met the sorrowful and displeased eyes of her mother and imincdlntcly added And good night Hrown for Im go log to bed Then with a courtesy to the quern and the barest nod to the phylcfan the princess royal danced off to the nursery1s soon she was Inside the roots she said with n defiant tort- of her golden curly head Please somebody put me to bed Ive been disspectful to brown again CrnlmmB Cirlt The little story below is Lord Wolse I0vs tribute to this bravery of Lieut teen Sir Oexald Graham V C 0 II fiC MU At the storming of time Tuku f e eta firahnm whiwar in China with Qor dots led the sappers whose duty It was to lay the pontoon across the wet ditch surrounding the great northern fort While superintending this operation he was on horseback and being almost the only mounted olHcer present af forded an easy mark to the Chinese nmtchlockmen who had already picked oil 15 of his sappers During the height of the uproar caused by the tiring of the great guns and small urms Lieut Cot Wolrley who was stiuuling by Mnj Oralmin having some remark to make placed his hand on that officers thigh to draW Isis attention Dont put your hand there ea claimed Graham wincing under tits pain Theres a jingal ball lodged ia my leg- It was the first notice he had take of the wotmdYouths Companion Dont Oct try Will Me Trust n messenger boy to be up os expressive slang The particular one who sail n message to deliver the other morning nt time office of the general passenger agent of the Penn sylvania railroad was us tough a looking specimen as you could find In n days journey Ills cap wns placed nt n perilous angle on his frowsy head tobacco stains lurked about the corners of his mouth and he was putting a cigarette stump The dignified clerk wIlt took the message scowled darkly Sign dot demand ed the boy molding out his slip and expectorating copiously on the flour Ill have to put you out of lure If you dont know how to behave tnU the clerk severely A look of scorn passed over the boys grins features Aw dont git icy wld me or Ill suds all over youse he exclaimed Thin he sauntered out whistling Uo Away tuck and Sit Hown Philartcl phla Record Mlsnil Mental Ileklpn Diamonds arc good steppingstones to matrimony It doesnt matter how much you know about the world If time world doesnt know you Some of time counts whom American heiresses buy nre trot bargains but merely remnants The women at a literary club meet ing enjoy it much better If each rote has a new pattern of Hnttcnburg lace to work on Some men hate to set women standing III a crowded cur therefore they never look up from their ptptra Catherine Cain IB Judge RAILROADS AND THE COURTS pectlUIIbed lire held in Smith vs Krie Itallrqnd company N lire n PI9 L It A 30S trot to be fellow servants of a trainman so as to absolve the master from liability for injury to this latter by the negligence of the former A railroad company is held in Frost vs Washington County Itailroml cons pany Me 59 L K A CS to have the right under legislative authority to close the entrance ton navigable cove without making compensation to the owners of property on the cove the value of which Is thereby diminished Evidence that additionalprecautions were taken after an occurrence re suiting In Injury to prevent other inGeorglnledge On 59 L R A 118 not to be competent as an admission of negli gence on time part of one sought to be held liable for the injury uponbusiness attlonaLeldInAustin Ga 59 L It A 107 not to be while so doing a passenger within the meaning of a policy of accident in surance granting double indemnity to the insured if injured while riding as usingsteamMEN IN OFFICIAL POSITION Ianl Uesmuke of Amphion Tex who was recently elected justice of the peace is without arms but performs wonders with his feet With them lie handles knlftand fork with dexterity and writes with ease For six months he was county clerk kept the records accurately and they are models of neatness James E Burke recently chosen mayor of Burlington Vt is n black smith When notified that the su preme court had decided his election legalit had been contested by the re publican candidate he was In Isis shop jobbefareulations of his friends youngGovmunicate to it and the public his plans for putting a stop to the leudlJI He telegraphed back When you cute ceed in evolving a real good plan for successfully stamping out sin and crime in New York please let me know what it is mind I will try it in Kentucky If necessary FROM THE NEW BOOKS When prudence und reticence are off guard the man himself past present and future comes into view Kent Fort Manor You never could bet on that woman If there was one or two timings shed be likely to do site wouldnt do either of them Tioba Things always run in streaks dont matter whether Its politics love furmiu or war They dont travel alone Before the Dawn Success undoubtedly often covers mistakes but human nature is on the whole generous or at least goodtem pered Retrospect and Prospect SCHOOL INTERESTS Eightyfive per cent of the children of Japan are now in rchool The University of Zurich is about to establish a chair for journalism Berlin has 510000 schoolchildren but only eight public playgrounds for them MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 20 CATTLECommon 00 ti 4 40 Butcher steers 425 4 CALVES Extra 3 to 5 HOGS Ch packers 70 G 5 75 Mixed packers Q 5 65 SHEEPExtra 3 75 3 85 LAMBS Spring 15 6 25 FLOUR SprlnR pat 4 35 Q 4 70 WHEATNo2 red 78 fj 7Sy No 3 winter Q 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 45 OATSNo 2 mixed Gi 39 RYE No 2 Gf 57 n HAYCh timothy 17 50 17 85 POttK Clear family 615 50 LARD Steam Ff 7 25 BUTTER Ch dairy i12rChoice creamery 43 22 APPlESFancy r 3 00 3 50 POTATOES New 2 00 2 25 TOMACCO New 3 50 Ci 9 00 Old 5 60 tJ13 00 Chicago FLOUR Winter pct 3 75 GI 3 90 WHEATNo2 red t 75ft No 3 spring 76 Ct 8- 0CORNNo2 mixed 4831 OATS No 2 mixed G 711 RYENo 2 4s 50 PORK Mesa till 40 LARD Steam S 02j 8 05 New York FLOUR Win atrts 3 75 tf 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 841 CORN No 2 mixed qjt 55y OATSNo2 mixed 43 44 itYEWestern 4s 59- lOhUCFamily 17 50 1800 LARD Steam S 30 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 77 CORN No 2 nixed f 55 OATS No 2 nixed 40 OATTLE Butchers 4 00 5 00 HOOS Western fu 70 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red Cf 82 CORN Nb 3 mixeds 55 OATS No 3 mixed 40 PORK Mess Ci16 00 LARD Steam if 8 03 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 77 CORNNo 2 mixedt 0 60V OATSNo 2 4 3ft I have practiced medicine for 3 jears and have consulted the leading physicians in this country iu regard to remedy for Dyspepsia but him af never been able to find anything thtIwould effect a cure until I used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol I can eat anything and feel that my health Is better thanit ever was in my life I cannot say enough for Kodol for it baa saved my life and I know that itlwill cure any case of Dyspepsia U taken aa directed M D Settle M i DI Big Hill Ky East End DJug Co Farmers National Richmond Bankl Surplust180000 IWe solicit your patronag JAMES BENNETT Prey- S S PARKES Cashier Tbe Foundation of H nlth Nourishment is the foundation of health life strength Kodol Dye pepsia Cure is the one great medicine that enables the stomach and diges tive organs to digest assimilate and transform all foods into the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves and feeds the tissues Kodol lays the foundation for health Nature does the rest Indigestion Dyspepsia andall disorders of the stomach and digestive organs are cured by the use of Kodol Sold by East EndDmgCo WIqttrF and Foretpnr i Sirfreeeeni =u LIJlADEARKS to The Perfect Liver Mdletu Mrs MA Jolley Noble O T s writes I have used Herbine for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend it as the most perfect liver medicine and the greatest blood purifier It is a medicine of positive merit and fully accomplishes all that li claimed for it Malaria can not find a lodgment in the system while the liver ia in perfect order for ons of ita functions is to prevent that absorption of fever producing poisons Herbine is a moat efficient liver regulator BOo at East End Drug CosEARLYRISERS TIE riNaus LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dlulnest and all troubles ads ing from an Inacllve or sluggish liver DaWllfs Utlla Early RUers are un promptly and never gripe They are sa dainty that It U a pleaiur to take them One to two act u a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathXMIe Thy are purely yefetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver TWI ItAUl UH Mm TM- riiritio n- E C DWtt k CClelape Orders for Regal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are the specialties of Williams shop Agency for M Leaadey Take mill your troubloa to hlpt Work guauotMd J THE CITIZEN ch + + + + + ++ + + iii-e e The Beauty of ii Ashcroft i J By MARTHA MCULLOCH e WILLIAMS e tCopyright talc by T C McClur + e + + + + + + + + + + 1 4 + + Ensley was In the middle of presenta lion commonplaces when Bernice Inter r f rupted with Do you care to earn lilY a everlasting gratitude Certainly Only tell rue how he wild lamely taken nil aback She Btnlled at him n faint odd smile more pf eyes thnu mouth as she an shrughty of Asheroft and are captive In ad vance Everybody says that In course J of an liorir and when things become chronic I like to SIt them over with Who Is the beauty of AshcroftT Ensley asked with eyes of wide Inno 1cenceyet a suppresses inclination to Hernlee shrugged again You do It very well she said much bet ter than common Still I know you know Trove It he said still trying hard to look puzzled She laughed and asked demurely Is not this Ashcroft village Xo ho said promptly That Is Jii where you are wrong where all tho 1 I SHALL SUITE IT MANFULLY ENSLET IIU1I good people are wrong They told me It was Ashcroft and behold I have found out better within the first hour You are giving yourself room to say it Is fairyland Instead end that you c have found the fairy queen Bernice said solemnly That sounds new and original no doubt to you but really two other men have said it sincewelts- ince Ive been the beauty Oh so It Is Foul A thousand par dons Pray forgive my density Ens Icy Implored Bernice gave him a long look then said I wonder If you have the courage for a great experiment- I am n rank coward every way but ready to dare all a coward may Ens t ley said pressing the hand he still hold c KOfUf between both palms Bernice made to draw It away but he kept It fast They were In the bay window niche well sheltered from curious glances You were made to be lured That goes without saying he whis pored also babe made love to Tell me though did any of the others ever take fire quite so suddenly Suddenly Hernlces tone and look were withering Dear mol You ask that after wasting five long minutes before discharging the whole duty of man Ensley flung back his head laughing a heartily Qunrterl I cry quarterl he said nut If I must do penance for my misdeeds please remember that even Injustice needs a tempering of mercy Mercy would be wasted here nero nice said severely though with twin kling eyes Your sentence Is to speak and behave sensibly toward me no matter what I may do the whole time you stay In Ashcroft I shall serve It manfully Ensley said smiling quizzically But there will come a day of reckoning later and I shall be In It Ensley kept hla word throughout the fortnights visit albeit Bernice did her best to make him break It In spite of fairly haunting her seeking her out morning noon and night he showed himself always and only a sprightly nod entertaining comrade taking chiv alrous account of her womanhood but none whatever of her youth and charm It was wholly a new experience Men had been prostrating themselves to worship her ever since she was In short frocks The men bad been very plenty Her father bluff and hearty Squire Elton was the soul of hospital- Ity no less than the great man of Ash croft Ills big house although It stood well outside the village was the social center Whoever had his good word old countenance was welcome any where roundabout Naturally Hernlce sole daughter and heiress to the Elton thousands who had grown up motherless was n trifle ppollcd notwithstanding a fine young creature honcstcr with herself than Ii the wont of womankind Therefore even before Ensley went away she bad begun to ask herself It It was wholly pleasant to have him sensible rather t than foolishly adoring lie had not been gone two days before she bad an swered her own question with a decl edvXo and further had made up her mind that when he came again sbe would not flout his lovemaking no matter how earnest It might be She could not of course admit even to bel Image in the mirror how luipoaslb she found It to get him out of mlnll nor how long and dull the short what days were now that he no claimed much more than half of themI Somehow she had a fancy that be would surely come back for Cbrlatuia Her father she knew had pressed him end she herself land smiled Iiivltatlo though she had said nothing outrlgh But It took her all aback to have IegK Olg im run In Red say Only think lie ryl All of us wasted our sweetness an engaged man Frank Eiuiley Is a wretch of the first water Brother Jock has a letter tram him saying I UIKoet to be married early In the new year so will gladly let Ashcroft delights begull my Impatience for the happy day Now what do you think of that Oh that It characteristic Bei nice said the least possible break In her voice Peggy stared hard Jack must be right after all she said I was dead sure Ensley was courting you hard but that brother of wine said all along you were only chums Jack Is a good fellow and dlicrlm natlng Bernice said smiling althoug she saw things through a mist and tclt her pulses beat all over Somehow sbo held herself steady until Peggy went off to spread the news How she tough through the next hour only the soul ot Infinite compassion will ever kuow The news came In mldDecenihei Eusley was to follow It The day fore Christmas Bernice had herself wel In hand She loved him faced tbe knowledge of It as became a thorough bred and was resolved to break her heart It It needs must break wits laughing lips She would wish him Joy clear eyed clear voiced She would even affect to have discerned his estati of bondage and claim to have save hint from farce comedy perfidy Notwithstanding twilight of the wInter solstice found her very low and miser able The day bad been lowering am sodden full of gusty talus and shriek- Ing elfin blasts By way of offsetting the gloom Squire Elton bad henpei logs on the big andirons said Ihhtellllll the candles In the big silver sconces while It was still but murk outside Then he had bustled off to see after some of his poor uelghlwrs Bernice was alone except tar the servants who had been there ever since she was torn She sat wan and drooping star Ing Into the heart of tho fire as Euslej ame noiselessly through the door I will not offer a penny for your thoughts I know exactly what they ire he said stepping to her side but not offering his band You are con nlng the pretty speech you mean tc make me That Is wrong You should lot felicitate me until you hear whom im going to marry Is there more against her than bay ing accepted you Bernice asked with a flash of her old spirit He stooped and half lifted her to her feet before answering She Is that Impossible the tho sum of all perfections In a wo non Indeedl How did you prevail Was It the attraction of opposites Bernice asked trying to speak saucily though her heart beat like a triphammer And urther whats her name and Wheres her home Her home ehere Entley laid drawing her close to his breast As tor her name It Is the very sweetest In tbe world but i believe she likes best tb be called the beauty of Ashcroft A Record I larvsmts My wife and I said a Germantown monobae been married a little over fie years We have no children there are just two In the family and we have use for but one servant a girl to da general housework One would nat rally think that such a Job would be a sinecure for a girl at 4 a week the rages my wife pays and yet In those Iho years we have bad no less than Ixtythree separate and distinct girls low do I know the exact number Well I keep a diary and among other things I have Jotted down the numerous changes In servants Some of them have stayed a day or two the ingest term of service being six months Some have been discharged owe have gone out and failed to reo turn some ban loft because the work was too hard some have married one WnS arrested on a warrant sworn out by a former mistress whom she bad obbed It seems to me that sixty three servants In five years Is about the record and yet I dont think we are bard people to get along with If I Idnt own my own home Id give up ousokeeplng and board Pbiladel pbla Record ITeaA T mpt ot What war was caused by a clay tea otFor an answer to this question we suet go as might be supposed to the land of pigtails and porcelain The tory goes that a Chinese emperor In olden days gave as a mark of special uvor a magnificent clay teapot of rare eslgn to Lo Hung Chang his favorite aandarln This was laid up as a priceless pos esslon among the treasures of Lo lung or borne at his side by two attendants at all high public festivals and functions A rival mandarin taw these signs of itstlnctlon with the green eyes of Jeal OU8Y and hired a man to break the ob- noxIous pot The clumsy fellow was aught In the act and betrayed his laster War followed between the two landarlns and their respective follow ers which resulted in the overthrow and death of Lo Hung Chang and the reception of his rival Into royal favor III his place London Answers a ttllllllIIItt An Old Favorite tttttttttWHICH SHALL IT BE Author Unknown 1hAd rTI will give A house and land while you shall live It In return from out your seven One child to me for aye la given I looked nt Johns old garments worn I thought of ell that he hud borne or poverty and work and cure Which I though willing could not share I thought of seven young mouth to feed Of seven little childrens need And then of thus John said I theta us they lie hand In hand IComp eurveywI our band lightly stepped baby slept stooped to Iny Ills rough hand down In n loving way When dream or whisper nuulu her stir And huskily he said Not here stooped beside the trundle lied And one long ray of twilight shed Athwart the boyish faces there- In sleep so beautiful and fair saw on Jamess rough red cheek A tear undritd1vr John could speak Hes but a baby too snld I And kissed him as we hurried by Ittle patient stubbles angel face HUH lu his sleep bore surfcrliiKs trace No for a thousand crowns not him He whispered while our eyes were dim e t GEMS IN VERSE Forgotten Belinda soon will ta bride Her gown Is white write she A crepe de chine of finest kind And fits entrancingly The bodice has two hundred tucks And fifty yard of lace Put round the yoke and down the front And every other place The skirt Is shirred all round the top And flarea out at the feet The whole thing so Belinda says Is just too simply sweet Dellndn writes me pages ten And all are much the same Shes told nhl everything except The happy bridegrooms namll- Wl1ahlnlton pot t The Pride of the Family t Never seen In fashions glare Lt Never asks who else was there Doesnt know and doesnt ClUo Uncle Jim Thats him Eats his berries with a knife Holds his fork as though In strife Couldnt quit to save hla mo Uncle Jim Thats him Likes to wear his last years clothe Necktie never In repose High above hU collar 1fOUncle Jim- Thats him Like a corncob pipe to smoke Whiskers long enough to stroke While lie tells the same old joko Uncle Jim- Thats him Out When trouble cornel along Some one always rights the wrong Pays the bill that come too strong Uncle Jim Thats him Washington Star Let the Child lie Child Dear little Curly head careless and Jolly Life as you view It ls play Toiling Is useless and fretting li folly 4 At least when youre having your way Shouting for fun J You romp and you run Worrying not over work to bo done tasks that the are to bringSThinking the future will always be spring Dear little Curly Head quickly forgetting Bruises of heart and of limb Taking your own end unselfishly letting Your brother have what Is for him Thinking that they Who choose the lair way Are sure to be fully rewarded someday You borrow no sorrow and treasure no dread Of heartbreaking tasks that are lying ahead Dear little Curly Head shouting and sing lag Who is It frowns at the noise Know they not what the gray future Is bringing After the play and the toys Do they not know As they harrow you so That God hears the song of each child hire below That if children neer shouted and never were glad Men never could sigh for the joya they once had 7 Dear little Curly stead why are they trying To lure you away from your play To fret you with books while your child hood Is flying Like the brown roiea petal away Before you are care And burdens to bear Oh why are they trying to hurry you there Dear little Curly Head God never planned That men should be men as they come from his hand Bv E Klser in Chicago RecordHerald Nolhln Done IIFreeinSpring comes on an finds me wlihln I could end my daya adshln Then In summer when Ita hot I say work kin go to pot Autumn day so calm an hazy Sorter make me kinder lazy Thats the way the seasons run seems I cant ell nothin done sam S Itlnaon tnLlpplncoUa Maga alas 1oor Dick bad Dick our suu- Turbulcut aywardI restless Idle one Could he bo spared Nay lie who gave Hade us befriend him to the grave Only a mothers lasted could bo 1atlent enough fur such as lip And so said John fl I would not dAre To take him from her bedside prayer Then stole we softly up above And knelt by Mary child of love IVrlmpa fur her twould better be wild Jo John Quite silently Ho lifted up u curl that lay Actt her rhwk In u willful way And shook his hetid Nay love nuttier The while iny heart beat audibly Only one more our eldest tail Trusty and truthful gavel nod Kind So like Ida father No John tot cannot will nut let him Kit And so we wrote III courteous WilY We could not give one child away And afterward toll lighter neemed Thinking of that of which we dreamed Happy In truth that not tine fare Was infused from Its accustomed place Thankful to work for all the seven Trusting the rest tu One In huven tttllllllllllllllllt Valuable Special Knowledge The unique tiolunlcal knowledge ot Sir tieorto Hlnlwood ono of tho mot erudite mtii In till India service OliN onuhkd him to orfonn ulmoit uncoil sclou ly n neat tit of detective work s Ho was lu Itomlmy when he was asked to Invostlicato the caw of n young nobleman who In applyliic tll the governor fur nn apK lntmvnt nprv Hunted that he was just out Host KIIK laud nod that hit letters of Introduc thou lad been lot on the voyage- A few days after Dr Hlnlwood as hi then wax hall undertaken the Inventl gallon ho met the young nobleman nt dinner ut the governors house The tn ble decoratlonx of orchids mi Ketlii a convtmutloiml oponln and Dr Hlrd woods i nilse drew from the young no bleman xtandliiK opposite You should sew the Amhcntla nobl Us In IU native woods sir It was a fatal rumnrk You route from Rangoon thcnl In stantly cxclnlmoil Dr Iilrdwoo The pale face the Hllctnv that could be felt the reiiuost of the youiiK wan that he mlcht leave the table nil pre ulnll the Kovernor and the cowpony for till sulisLMjuent discovery that hi bull aliHoondetl from Itaiigoou with owe public funds Slow loses Case to Be lied More than with any other flower doer the color of the ruse have special nls nlQcance lied U love white It shone yellow speaks jealousy says N Hud sou Moore tu tho Delineator Ono ot the legends connected with the row tells that It became white through hor IIIR bathod wltk Ike tears of mourners who sought the sweetest flower to lay In the bands of their fund A prettier conceit declares that all roses were white until one day young Cupid dancing among them upset In his merry sport a glass of wine which dyed the rou upon which It tell red Its own color Another legend tells tho story of holy little maid of Bethlehem who was doomed to death When tbo stakes were heaped around her the fire would not burn but the brand which had been HuuiliiK turned to red ruses and those which had out caught to white From this time forth roses red sad white were martyrs flowers The Turks nay that red roses sprang from the blood of Mohammed Iarajeit hanging Hell What Is perhaps the largest hanging bell In the world Is to bo sewn In Man daisy This Is the MliiKun bell on tine right bank of tho Irawadl almost opposite the city of Mandalay This Immense bell measures as follow Height to crown 12 feet diameter at tilt lip 10 feet S Inches thickness of metal from 0 to 12 Inches If weighs about eighty tons and Is suspended on three massive round beams of teak placed horizontally tho one over the other their ends renting on two pillars of enormous size composed of mason ry and largo upright teak posts This bell erne cost at the end of tho eight eenth century under tho superintend enca of tho reigning king A Lake of M nr Wonders Lake Chad In Africa Is 185 miles long and 81 miles wide or somewhat larger In area than Lake Erie yet It Is only twentylive feet deep In Its deep est part and only rive fecLIn Its eastern side It lane eighty Islands some barren others only pasture land rand sonic covered with forests and millet plantations and having a total population of about 60000 Storms arise with surprising quickness oat the lake and tho shallowncss of till water forces up big waves ut short notice while treacherous gusts and puffs of wind about the Islands make navigation dangerous rIfJI NEED MORE FACTORIES Change In the Taxation Laws Would Bring Them SO THINKS WILLIAM A ROBINSON Makes a Plain IltuliiMffclkn TAlk Before Slum Commercial COUVPI- Itlou Urging Amendment to CoiiRlltullon KcftMrdliiB La cal Taxation To lilt VoU ed en Next November It has long been conceded that tax allon plays un Important part In the development of the products ami re sources of any State and those who attended the recent State Commercial Convention at Louisville hud strik ing example of this brought to their attention In the speech of Mr WIlHam A Uoblnsun of Louisville on the sub ject of local taxation In view of the proposed amendment to Section ISI ol tin State Constitution to be voted on tho next November election fcitlge S S Savage of Ashland presided over tho meeting and In Chairman of the State Committee that Is seeking to set tho people right on this amendment Mr Itoblnsons speech In part was as follows lu the nut plan I would remark thus taxation l a sublet In which every god- rltlrti U lnlere ted worn or Ire vlilirr dl rectly or Indirectly The Coulltutlou of ISUI the present Ounttllutlon under which we are KoTerned wee the fiat of the four Comlltulloiu of the State of Kentucky to Dt au Infleilble syleut In the orfiulc Law as to local tm tlou awl It wa a com plete revolution lu regard to taiatlon on the Industrial luterets of our Kuturkr rllln It was a radical measure and m I InMere with nil the lutrllUriit duly t have been able to rthr It It was a greet mistake lu pollijr sod belletc It U wrong In irliHiplr It Ii contrary lu the greet American d xttlue or house rule soil toed trlfKiiterninenti eii cllly on that mud rttal umtli n of loo l laiatlun fur load toveriniielil It ub tltutr l a turallrtl unl rum ail talornn ydrm for the license system on tiutlimt enliTprU i It luad nttf uivrrhant and every minuf ctur r liU own asswr and I btUrr you will JUDOS S S SAVAGE Ashland bear ror out Ibor of you who hsre ot rued the autklug of this taw that It Ii as unuulfuru sod ai Tailablt aa the dri Iblllly of a maua ooiudrncr his JuJcuwut or bla Sense of tight It II ovcvaaarlly un tiiul uuuulforui atMl therefore unfair and unjuit Tb cLang Lad to IllUtllou wblcti has gone on down fur ten Jeers there bt lag uwny corm yi tn the Court of Av iwaU unsettled Thl amruduirnt wblvb la now phprds- imply place ua back practically lu this luattir of local taiatlon to when we were before uiulcr the former Cvudltutlon II rvdurri to all titles not to titles of 1b- oDrII1 ugly ai U often stated lu out imprr but to all clllr errry city In thr State of Kentucky the tight uudrr tin general act of the Legislature to 1U lu own atmMmtnt Hi own system of lies lion on all other property vxcirpt real r late They will but the right to tax by Ikvino or otbrrwUe It kalga tin puce with the local goTrrnmrat mlijict to out Htatf Lrgttlnturt couiH rd of lb rrprv arntatlrv of the people of the Stale Now leaf III mind that It nuke no changes wbatvTcr In the system of taxa lion for either Htatc or county Itrmiui her also that II b ura upon all the clllr ol the State nut upon cltln of the Hrat laMi or dUp of any other vise but ALL the cltlr of the Stale No city arid no town need adopt this plan unless they cboote to It la optional with ILs local authorllln with Ibv people wbo sre to bat laird Tbi reprrtrntatlrea of the people to be taxed run say under which y luui they curb lu b taxed and the Legtilaturr by general Law way autborli the cillo that chixHC tu adopt that plan to adopt It Ho that It le a purely local matter left to the propln of rich city and I lubmlt to you wbnlbci Lexington or Paducah bu not a pvrfecl right to say bow they shall pay their bllli bow they dull pay their are departn ant how they shall build tblr Street bow they shall hull their aewern without the In torrentlon of the general Stale Gurvruuient at frankfort I have faith that when It U properly un ileratood slid brought before the people ol our State It will rewire a Urge majority of the Totei next November I believe It is aa much to the Interest of the HtAte ai III la to any city because as you build up- your titles you certainly add to the revenue of your State You add to the wealth aud you add to the population Item In mind that It only require a majority of the votes rait on this question sad not a ma jority of all the voters of th slat We must lure prompt action now became II this moxiiure fails to receive such a major ity In November under the Conttltullou of our Httte the matter rennet be brought up again fur five years The farmers nro at much Intcrwted In tbla matter ai any of our people It U a plain proportion that the farmer lien eflted aa you tanks larger home market IncaiuiC you sin him the connumer at home for his product without the lose of freight The agrlcullur Interest of the State art going to be iub rvMl aa you increase the population They cannot oom petP that If for the export budiuM with the cheap land of the Wait In raising wheat They must raise market product end other products and grain for con aumptlon right her at home among our own people Factories must tie located In cities beesue It U there that you Iud labor It Ii there you find banking capital It la there you dud transportation There fore the people of Kentucky must Ut the tildes of the StaleII the elite not only cities of the first clai decide this Impor taut quettlou of how you are going to tux there luduittrU The cities oily are af fected by thU proposed aoieodmatit If tbty desire It wfaj not 1st than lave HI 1 t An olaISt IlLittle flol AT TIltIIBarnyard Fowls PicniGr The Widow Duck nmllllll the Invi tation of Mr Rooster to with him tit the annua picnic of the barnyard fowls and when the day arrived they J Rtrultid down the mud to tho picnic Krnumlrt mid mule n very lit 1111 III np ptiiranco IniliMHl Tho widow had un IHT Ixiniut dyiM Mark with Hiring tlisl In n cnir ful lacy at lnorithnuit and the ends ihuiulliiK down In J front Mr Ummlvr tit rt till very littostt Ktylo of clothcM and a liluli nljk hat 111111OJnirrliit a cane Thty were much ud iiilnnl and foil hulls proud of Ihl IIIInolviM Hut while they Mero nil Ritthenil alMiut tho Iota g tahlo oovcrn Hinnil on the Jrlltlll and online till tliliiKH thoro till widow turnod to tat Itrahma lion noxt to her and iixkod Will you pass me an oy lor mindwlcliV- Tho llruhtna hen wan MI much Inter cwt el In lit Llug to the Cochin Chliin KKLT quits riiout 01 TIIUJSKIAI pullet that sir did not honr the re itiot mi till widow ihclilcil to help liornclf to till sniiil Ida Sho leahel- over In get It Tho ends of her Ixui net strings illppo Into the tvd loinon ads and liitinnllulcly ttu black dye tie gnu to late off nod illmolor lie drink Mr ltiM tcr lontutl over to wc what wne tit nmttvr and his liluli lint foil Into tho mutter Mo nnchiil for liltthead covorlnjf uhf ono tad appt t In Ire the RixwaUrry plo and ho tumlikil forward over the Mitnlo unlad The widow caught him by tie trot lulls to pull him out of tho mess and In ilolni upset till milk pitcher over herself and Kt tho nil popK r III her oyeVhon onlor wan finally nslorvd Mr Hoottcr ntitl tho widow wore till mint horrible Uniklni ohjocti thnt ever at tondoil a burnyanl picnic and na they all w1s1kr key uobhlvni could not control thorn f selves and bunt Into a roar of lauch Icr 1lttnburK Ulspntclti III AD Aonjl Story For Little Polka II 1e BearCatChesFish t 1fhcre wits nn IHkltno lad who was Hulling us lays generally nn that day ho wont out with his nxl nod line nod plenty of bolt to we If ho could not nuke a good catch of lieu Ho pitched In his hook and throw him Holf on the ground uhf lazy tiny wont rtlt IINiilil lint It was doubtless the best thing for him that ho did go tn nlrvp fur IIIIn few nilnutoH along came Mr Whlto HTIIOUFII AWAY WITH laid nun Hear who hail left homo without bin J lirciikfiiHt nod was just now looking for Bomethlng to eat Ah cried Mr Hear here Is a bo1IIll eat him And with that he walked up near to where the buy was asleep lint when he got within a short distance Mr Hoar noticed the lulling pole Now an much us tho white hear likes nice lit tle lops ho liken nice tot fish better Ho Mr Hoar said to hImselflidIll pull that slum Inmid sec If there Is anything on the hook Ho did so and there was n good fat flab there Mr Hear was much pleased mad sat down nod ate the flab Then he threw the iliac In again nnd lo anti behold ho pulled out another flab Ho also ate this hula nnd n third which he caught by tossing the line In again IIlls hunger having been relieved the bear did not of course have any fur ther deslro to eat the Eskimo lad but turned on his heel mud strolled away With a big flsb Chicago Tribune nn WHEN BtDTIME COMES Just chin Im hftVliiK such good limn ntvtl IMilltlurr Viili us n a lliliiKx Hprtnd around Uu tuiii ilulm iinJ floor Wfui Its tlk In hind lit eofa hack i ad ilurk under thn ntulr lAuu wod r nhut ktruiiRf nnlmili IhereIgo n them And Irvlit to 4lfnn my nun Then uuiim n Plum Itr book und riotlt t iltlrnr lUll Onuiilf Hit window h y m crib- eke Itif sky ull red spcihutlie nrvrr see ttt llntllm ilnncr Or hear Ilir whtppoursi i llu trvir f the lockttmJurt HtrulKM up Hum HlKiiul II uyeWinkt unittr now why Puyp to him ire lnOtlrar sun llirj Munli Park In Youth Com Vxnl JL AN EFFECTIVE TRICK Inuring Im t lull Aiiiutr I lir lluia ii- i1alla na Much n II tlnuiril- Ilirle Ilillirr Chip in leiunrkubly simple hut HlWHJ riirprirtiiir Dud elTcctlve trick The ierfi riiier tukea the strut of a broken clay pipe ill a itrnw and hold hug it rieudlcuLir to IK tiiolllh pliidK n pen iilrl lv upon till upper rod Tiirti he makeii lute pen hop up theplnno1lit Till IANilVO IKA- k lilf tbili ITdlr Into the pea This foirrt It ii 111 r to return luh ptncr t A pier of Ihh wlrc cnn lIIIcnbtf iid of thr iicrdlr vhlrh in ordrr to brRhtlI hi1 midis i r w irr fn ttlird well Into I itic pA i lib t It Ollnotdroplutothe 31wKrfirnnrS nmilli LouUllr Cou2 iltrJnurimlPnlllilul h In tier Oll lliim A VItIr ill S niciikr gars u hrrtvrr sits olIltl nnil four klttrnx u day old Thr bona liKkcd thrm up In hll lirtvtrry fur tin night Vlirn the irtxrr iiinir diivnt tnlrii the next liinrniiiK hr found thr rot and her four Mttrnii u lrrp on IH tlonriitrp- Thr lirrwrry ttim four inllrn invny mid fhr klttrni ton young to walk luorr thnu ti frt ntrpr s1 the old rat liuil rnrrirtt rIll tine In her mouth lour inllik this fiinriil foundation tif trlr frtiiph IIIItIIrl ciillrtl rruiPiit butte Thrrr In bun u fomiwny etiatd ID their rxcltifhr maniifactiirr inbtiy ni you unve ever Tern mow little ilcluilon of the wnuipK toinnuinlv called the let- Ifr Out nl the Orst signs of the tiprlnK the is perpl11g nwuy through the salt warn nights Did you ever try to rntch tncV If you hind tried you would know why Itall him n unlit Whrii you rrnch the place where the Fttilrtdeccllled to come from dun dont fee the little piper he rs capiH J lilt iir curtly ui the myvtlcol wlllthlhpunci cliooirM much tilt tnmr kind of a place to live Jlit other day Dick my jer trnt J miturinboy cull him that because l tae umully kticcerdf In prying1 out tin tiur vrrrrtk whrn he mnlics up his mind in try declared he wai going to tutu n pivprrV A friend told him he bUll wntchrd bourn In vain fair on san Other said her lather watched about an llllUr for hue und ut last he saw him Alttlnt right In front of him In th- eMull grass When the iiuin got there the jinprr jut stopped hln music and luj low flit next day time one brought Dick u copy of a magazine which liiid in it a photograph of I- IJlClclIrhl to be tilt first ever taken That night after supper ai soon it hrpiii to grow dusk DIclc put on lilt rubber bootn and started for till tivuinp lunbout a hnlf hour ho rushed butt the rouse wildly ihoutlng Ive got one Ive got one Ju Iii Laud war it little pinch ol suit mud lie said he Itad gone to the jilnvp uhrrr hr had heard the i cplng tilDe iiiletl Tinully niter keeping din cowttlmc one little fellow t saw CAT ADOPTS A WOLF IVrtilltir 10111117 Dlcrvv red iu rnri1 apt Tww Hour lllilr from Chlcuuu A lugulur outcome ol a wolf hunt near llyion Ogle touiity only about two houiH owl uf fhicugo on the St 1aul railway h that u two NliIolcl ndopteby d a lives on n tarot near Hint town Tin inotlurly iiiilmul U tit the Mime time bclulIltuOne day irienlly Mr Illanvliatd found on his Iii rot u wolf dm from which he drugged tfli vluIpH HIM t were nut inorr thnu a few Buys old Nine of thtkr ere kliirtl und tb pliidfurthought tliiy wuuid like to Lute a pe tAT IOHTIZItS WOIK IlU wolfs1 the rtiiinlnlug aiilutul wf currlrd home and placed in Tubbji itt along with thr black kltlrn The motherly niilnuil at once btgan to licit IlItlcrIrat n alo took npwith thr htruugrr eyes lId with him lit meiil tlmriiiiil pliiyed with him no If hr were hla brother Till litlro Aolder thun tht wolf lane hU ryr open whllr the blinker the lit lhr round hand of tile wolf arc N111 raled Thr kitten Hum has the ailvantiigr of the wolf In fettling hull when the littler fall to filIIap Pence hie liuiifrr he rlKiipa timrllng and ulllng that quickly brings one of the Illiiuilinrd children A aura ing bottle Ik then produerd the whrlp In given a hold of the nipple and ha keep It until the bottle In empty ThU la the regular iearou for catch- Ing and killing Illlniilx wolrrn and Although it l tint venemlly known that ninny of the v ray fellow are left III tell the gloryof pioneer llmen the county rlerk count good many scalp nod pny nut n roni ldrralir tuni in bountlek flu unuil prier 1s one dollar n scalp fur the young while ten dollar U paid for IhtlulllIf an old abe wolf Thr old woltr grtierally know when their den ore lielng robbed of their young and set up n dlnnnl hunt that may be liraril iiiaiiy tnller the night U mude lilderiik with their linrklup 111111 walling the mother tanking a trnrrh fur the young that here been taken from hrr A mats who live within an hours ride of Chicago hiss Mirrr r fully rnUrd and tamed a black timber wolf Tin animal wut tkr only onr of threr that wrrr caught ut the rams time that could he tamed The owner taught him to do nil Mini of trick nod the wolf now hunt foxen fer hU iiiaRtrr dlttlnguUhrf colnr rldra a hone with the bridle rein In mouth dlttrlb uteK handbllU ami iltien mthlyother Interesting thlng Thr owner culled Mm willand wanted in glue him to the prcsldrnt but Mr Itootrtrlt de chianti the gift Chicago Dully sews IKtj9- 11D ll 1 A ha r r J DY JMRSEH5MJTH peepedagain and KICK Krnuueu the mud where the kinuiil was and inilile was thin frog We put him In n bottle amid Dick rimliuil off to KIOV him to the niitur nllst who hud wiintiil to sir one all MM lift nnil that now he could die n running little fellow he was n perfect little frog n bit over an Inch long of nil amber color I lumplightscribed an having1 a brown hack with n lurk cross ou IInlIl a wJiitsj stomachs IntiUded to exniulne him more carefully by daylight We left him In the bottle with n piece of netting over the top When Dick went to look at him in the morning there was just u patch of mud In the slKnInrunnwayH escape We never saw or heard hint again Dicks little brother did hope he got back to the other little peepers He had what looked like a bladder on his throat Tie IlIlIe1 his vocal nae When he waiitu to peep he fills It with nil I huve rend that he linn a tiny round sucker on the end of each toe by which he can easily cling to the rrashOb und lie knows how to freeze when he hears anyono oom Ing All winter tile peepers stay down In the mud but come out vhen the ftnll1l1Irunthrough the summer Little Chron icle SswcISTA TE ITEMS OF INTEREST CCiXXXXXKCK XSXtCrCCXC i1iCC1lCtS1t 1tiCSKti 1CCKSA SOCIETY CIRCLES ASTONISHED rMrs Lilly Duncan Draper Divorced From Her Husband xington6 Ky July 21loeal MH rlfty rlrfliK were given a HciiKatlbn Moiultiy whiii It was made known the Judge WiittH Iarker of the circuit euurL had granted a decree of nbso lute illvnrci upon the petition of Mrs Grurgde of their torso minor children and al lowed lice 3fiiii ullmoiiy per annum Hipunit provlxlon ells also made fur each child liy home tort of iindorHtniuIliiK the Milt was nut docketed In the usual way and no ont Knew that such a milt hud been Instituted until the judgment was entered on word The petition ulkKid cruelty and abandonment The plalntin IK the churning doughtier of Miyor II JII Ill II of thin city and was n lending society hello George Otis Draper Is a son of Gen W V Draper former United States MlnlHlfr to ItalySWALLOWED CARBOLIC ACID The Doctor Was Prepared to Dress Selfinflicted Wounds LoulHvllle Ky July 21Edwin JOIn nf Hjland Alu a patient In the Hurchhiirst sanitarium for tin Sane swallowed three ounces of cur bolls acid Monday morning while Dr n It Kail one of the proprietors ol the place was washing Ids hands In JordanH room preparatory to dressing two jnnhes In Jordans neck that he hind lulllrtcd upon hllll elf In an at tempt ut filicide four days ago After swallowing the deadly stuff Jordan lay down In bed and drew tie clothes ovfr him While the dodo was hunting around the room think ling the Insane ruse had merely hidden the ncld the latter 11111t ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE The Deputy Sheriff Shot and Killed the Prisoner Somerfet Ky July 18tllltISheriff Aaron Harrier of ty shot and killed Joseph Kali child whom he had under arrest When within few mlleit of Montlcello to which place he was being taken Fair cilld broke away trom tine olflcer and started to run for the woods near by The officer called to him to halt and t n lilt failure to do so fired several shots Into tie air to scare him This did nut stop Ida and the ofllcer then fired with the Intention of striking him In the let but the hall took effect In the hotly kfcllng him Knlrchlld hilonged to one of the bent families In Wayne county HENRY W GRAY DEAD He was One u the Directors of the Confederate MintILouisville Ky July ry W Grady tiled Saturday night one more member ol the government of the confederate states passed away Ho was one of the directors of the confederate mint which Issued eon federate scrip He lived to see the money which once cattle out under hla direction worth 100 cents ou the dollar decrease In value until It passed back and Corn beyond the footlights as stage money Gray Whit hurled Mon day mornliu Ills six nephew were the pallbearers O H CHENAULT INJURED He Sustained a Broken Leg While Near His Home LexliiKton Ky July 180 II Chic nault proprietor of Spendthrift stud suet with n painful and serious arch dent near his home Friday nlxiit He was walking along the road In cllmI potty with William Veal whet he stepped upon a sharp rock turning hlr ankle with such violence that he fell to the ground and sustained n broken leg the fracture being just above the ankle He was taken homo and n doe tor summoned He Is resting as well nti can be expected Funeral of Mat Hughes Joulsvllle Ky July 21The funeral of Maj Edward Hughes who was killed by a Pewee Valley trolley car Sun day took place at 10 oclock Tuesday morning at fire department headquar ters on Jefferson street and at 1030 oclock at Christ church cathedral In termcnt In Cave cemetery Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July ISTlle tobac co offerings Friday were small being 122 hhds of burley and 11 hhds of shark There was a slight shading In the prices of burley Dark was strong and the bidding was active The price of burley ranged from 430 to 1250 Dark sold from 450 to I7 Big Four Strike Settled Louisville Ky July 20The strike of switchmen In the Dig Four yards In this city has ended by the granting of the demands of the men Wages were increased as folows Switchmen from 235 to 265 a day and foremen from 2GB to C29G Beset By a Mob Paducah Ky July 20Two mem tiers of the Good Government league who Intended to stop the game nar Cowl escaped mob violence after the ball game Sunday afternoon between Paducah and Clarksvllle A rARE TREAT Brilliant Display Made By Meteor Wit netted For Ltvtral Minutes rhhy July ItH Ideals Ill h1t end v ry ntuedlately hud if CovliiKtoii were treated to a mrcxmetcorlc display shortly after 8 lirisk Sunday night The slur II Beenufil when first felling was iurtiy from went to east AH It fame nearer Its slow be came greater nail a tall trio level oped tit Fitch rilluncy that the earth round about wax mode light us day The phenomena lasted many minutes end utitll tie meteor hurled Itself on the Campebll county side of the Lick lug river Mimeviieie In the Quern City rare track Mr Cleveland of Lato nla and u party of friends alto other families wittKXMd the rare occur reuse and state that the trail of lire neimd to be fully lOUO yards In nfh FIRE CHIEF HUGHES Run Over by a Trolley Car and In stantly Killed at lculsvllle Louisville Ky July 2Oilujor Kd ward Hughes Louisville vptiroa Ore chief was run over and Instantly killed Sunday afternoon by n trolley car Mujor Hughfa was one of the best known lie chiefs In the country and haul been at the holl of the Ixiu Uvllle lire department for 2i ynars until recently when lie was relieved on pay lie was n picturesque char actor and had licev a Ore fighter for more linn 50 years He was on the way to the house of a friend for thin ner when he stepped off the trolley rill at Hecchwood on the Louisville and Anchorage line only to be nm omlDgIHenry Gray Dead LoulMllle Ky July 181enty W Gray classmate of James Rushell Lowell J li Haggln and other well known men and one of the oldest set tiers in Louisville died here Friday night at the age of 84 He was till lather of Ie C Gray He was the uld- 1st Knlgit Templar In Kentucky For four ytars he was a councilman Steel Mills Resume Operations Ashland Ky July ifhe several steel inlllH hire which have bet n Idle ton months owing to tae strike resum ed operations Friday the trouble with the employe being adjusted Steel mills In Ironton U also resumed Nearly two thousand men were effect ed by the strike on both sides of the rifer Triplets All Boys Mayklng KyJudy 20Mrs Mabala fierce aged uG a Jewel Pike county woman gave birth to triplets all boys whose combined weight was 1C pounds Mrs Iteece will name tnem Teddy Yank and Mark and ask this president fur a bouts to help support the chill dren Her husband died four montbi ago Dropped Dead at Camp Meeting lAxlngton Ky July 20Rev S Onborne aged W years of Salt River Ilullltt county lCdropped dead at a camp meeting of Seventh Day Ad vtntlMs He hail just completed ex perience talk Ills last words were We shall soon understand all these things The coroner pronounced tho saute heart disease An Engineer Klllecf Covlngton Ky July 21 William Sherrett 30 an engineer on the Cin cinnati Southern railroad was Instantly killed Monday morning Sherrett boarded at Ludlow While stopping nt VMHaimtown he was oiling the cups van another engine harked against his own throwing hint beneath the wheels He was badly mangled Died After Pronouncing Benediction Lexington Ky July tS Osborne aged 71 years of Salt river Dullltt county Ky who has been In attend ance at a conference of the Seventh day Advcntlsttt in this city for the Paul week dropped dead In his tent at tho camp Just after pronouncing the bene diction at the morning services Mammoth Poplar Tree Mayklng Ky July ISA mam tooth poplar tree has just been taken out of tho farm of Isaac Potter nt UooneV Fork Three 16 cuts were taken from the tree and the tip cut Ion tamed over 3500 feetor was seven feet In diameter It required tour yoke of oxen to pull each cut Claude OBrien Is Penitent Lexington Ky July 21Work will be started Tuesday upon the scaffold to be used In banging Karl Whitney and Claude OBrien OBrien reads hit Bible dally Whitney la listless Mont has been subscribed In Memphis to take OBriens body there o Establish the Camp at Cynthlana Lexington Ky July 2Col Roger Williams Monday made arrangements with Quartermaster Hoy and Capt Grcenleaf to go to Cynthlana Wednes day for the purpose of establishing the camp for the troops assigned for duty during the Jett and White trial Body Found Burled In Sand Newport Ky July 21The body of u badly decomposed man keno found on tho sand bar at the rout of Walnut street Dayton Ky Monday noon The body was covered by two feet of sand Necnsary Eipenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves w syeuis much or little as they cbooaeon living expense It pay to hUe a little extra mouey forilut Jrri boob slid other tliluft But lhs neceuari rxpentef nt only H followi Topaytheartdsyt inn uanise nauSenoolEx Iliwpltal Fee C lpentes lOIfOlnrrrint Months Board W 6 o0 Living gs i7 mod e lermIundryl Beginning 2d Mo llontrt SIX 5 on Blnnlu1d Mo nuard 00 5 00 21100GIDItotal erpn le wb aT BO e7 Kor those IxlowJA IIllmmar deduct the t1 lot booksandt from InclrtcnUI frc making otsl only smSO IhtI When four tltlo room ingetlirr each save note ou rotm unit Riot making the total only 1280 If tlnitml below Orsmmar- Room end fuel fiul our dolls mar In the fluIIIIm Two room for hoiiMkHpliig with stove etc- an ntuull lr rented for limo 1Iot a term the price of a big Fair a llttln Icnbork or a few hWpUD bed mver will gtea term of climil which will rhmngu ontiwhole in fur the ballast Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer KENTUCKY BUILDING I IEXPERIENce BO YfcAftS oTDAOC MARK OeeiQNa OPVRIOHTB Ac Anyone Mnninii a nkclrfi and drwrlfillon may Qntrktr ascertain nnr opinion wn en Intiiillun it irobiblf UoniMrlctlrennBdontUI HwllinDlrDii 1ktenU aonuinspatentictenti lv 551 aotki wtlhoul cbarae In lb e Sckwtlflc JUnerican A handmmelf Itlnttratad weekly tersest rtr e lon of any ntcniino Journal Terms tIearIfilermontbe41 oiObyWnwsdeeisra CoiV New llll LOUISVILLE 8 NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tim Table In Effect MM U 101 llyLeaveArrive Richmond 3 f2 a m Arrive Paris 505a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 SO tn lialljLeave pmArriveArrive Cincinnati no p rn DallyLeaveArrive Livingston205 p rn4 MallyLeaveArrive Livingston 12tOn m S Traiiifl No1 anti No fi mRkcon nection at Livingston for Jullico and the South with No 24 antI No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent ALL IFREEWORLDS FAIR Schoolchildren tad pobllc Invited to vote to popularIncent each ten cast at one time AH money over and above trlpu a of web erllo go into erection of the Kentucky Building at the Ex Retry voter thus slteu the satisfaction or knowing sworlhyauae anti nporUnt object have Men the woe time a Ca1OIile teacher hit received recognition Contest con ducted of HUncatlonal Exhibit Committee of Exhibit organizallonformed Kentucky building and full productshavingtailedtion Every educator In the terteacherinpub11c MemberaoftheEducaunnslProshibitahloo foutaky will hue au educational eahlbil occupyingreo IIqWtlf fret of apace to the Palace world Theaoturbanchaenwinlxluckyudeedlbeingtenderedthislriptothe Flr Ever- ycountyeleclsitsowamostpopularedurdor number vote teschetatae most popular sad the second mop popular m TOTES KILL DC Id CCHT8 KICK TAE COSSTlHm5a A BALLOt brawheraronteteacherP1BEXT8 OP PCPItS tt AST Of Tom FRIBIM KIT TOTE Th purpose of the Auocl thepuhllegenerltymay be airanged and each giving ten cents be credited with his or her vole ifenepereenale tmlltllliftheKentuckyUulldlagthe coutcit Fuplls are nited therefore to alga ibelr names plainly to the ballon ALL EXPOSES OP THE TKAC UTB8 WILL K FAl by be AswUUcn This will include thotelsIthetripmoreproatable AoclltlO1from Ibat county Jefferson cxcepled which casts the grtttett cumbrrcf votes In the contest TheteacherpublicwinVotes may be cast for any person who taught school during lyni or Is teaching now This opOrluulImoredollrlltlItTtlRFUDOJLAnCASTS IlFTY VOTES TEN IK JARS CASTS A HUNDRED VOTH9 ONW UUNDUKU HOI LARS CATS ONE THOUSAND VOTES ofIheeddl1I01la1UUfICtioDTITE STATOHO OF THE COSTEST15T8 WILL BE PRINTED FREQUE TLT In each county to Illow Ills or her friends how the race iebeingrn0 Begin our rchool teacher The otes trill be counted the of theEduatlcuat lixhlbit Committee LoulllIle1I1rtoolomnr LoullIIe rrof V Paul Anderson Lezington Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pres DrDVIulltnLouisvilleMcHenryRhoadsofLbUduatlouaiComaltteearesoteligibletoelectionaIhia REMEMBER ITEBT Come ELECTS ITS OWN FATOBITE TEACREK Competition between caitlUAr the grantedlbedUttacltonofsendingtwotachenThe a congratu latorymearagewill to Ihe techer ltCtCd Ira each counl Laler the detell of be Irlp be arranged each traetier chosen being given the rivilege of selecting the monthJune July or August iwln which be or she watts to sake trip CUP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL W BLANKS AND MAIL WITH AtweetI or as the most popular teacber in era county ONO DOLLAR ENCLOSED tOe tOe y qty- Os r y tOe rMlrMe D0 aw wev r i to toe t 10 tOo Voters Ire Net WgaIred to etgS their wtea bat the AssoeiatUa wants aR school cblldrea t tI to do eo a In the 1tI4IUn to theVolerlsft thplloa or r frOnl wit tit If lddltlonal Dtlots may be obllaedhy gtttla nun caplet of this pcf mltlsncte ma b atwed shark letter i cent postage express or- immunkatiooapostal weary orderdtiacerre cyatstsdeterlsll Addressa11to to H K HVOHICS111cCrtIU7 Ky =e Subscribe for The Citizen I U ITHECITIZEN II 1HH tHH+HIHI +IHHHIH +++ HI111HHHHH +I r Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES II+II ++III++III+++HIIIHIIIHII+HHIIIH ISeoPresident Frosts sermon on pnge throe 4Onthe first page of this issue Mr A U Hart advertises some desirable 1 farms for sale 4 TITheprogram of tho County Sun 1dayschoolconvention column is given in full I Mills Emma J Ilangen is teaching school at Combs Ky It opened Itlior morning Allen began his school at JBleins on the 13th Ho has 40 pupils in attendance Mrs Maggie Elliot Mann and little son Russell are tho guests of Mrs E II Yocum this week Miss Ida Farris of Williamsburg is a guest this week at tho home of her friend Miss Jennie Hanson Miss Ethel Todd left today for I Bay View Michigan where she will spend the remainder of the summer Mrs J Clark of near Cartersville paid a visit Thursday to her aged parents Mr and Mrs John Kimbrel south of Beret James Reynolds left Friday to take charge of his school near Wag erllv ill I Estill county The school began Monday Quite a number of Berea people at tended the Kirksvillo Fair Saturday i The display of fine horses was cer tainly a creditable one j On Monday Miss Ruth Todd start ed for Midway Wyoming She will remain for some time at Midway after which she will go to Fontenelle She yearI 0 came to Berea Saturday on account of the illness of her little granddaughter Ida Morgan who is recovering from an attack of typhoid l fever Of the delegates appointed from Berea to the Republican State con vention at Louisville the following were in attendance S E Welch Jr C If Rawliugs J H Gabbord Wright Kelly and A W Titus Mr L C Hinman foreman of the Printing Office left early Monday morning for Chicago where he will spend a month Hewasaccompanied- as far as Cincinnati by Alwin Todd who went on to Michigan to spend some time on a farm near the town of JonesJ Sims of Rockford was a Berea visitor Monday He is just able to be out again after a years illness with nerve aid heart trouble Mr Sims came to Kentucky in 1882 and was proprietor of a saw mill near West Union where the lumber for Lincoln Hall was sawed out Miss Jennie Hanson gavo thimble party to a number of her lady friends at her home in the West End on Satur day Those present wereMrsNettio Burdette Mann Mrs Maggio Elliot Mann Mrs J W Stephens Mrs C L Hanson Misses Ida Farris Nora Burdette Ruth Todd Grace LesterCarrie Wood Jessie Cowgill and Anna Lindley The soldiers picnic given annually by the Capt James West Post of the G A R was held yesterday on the lawn of Prof L V Dodge Soldiers and soldiers widows and their fami lira who live within a radius of 5 miles of Berea were iuvited The company numbered about 190 persons Spe cial exercises had been arraiaged for and wero carried out during the after noonIt is very important that parents living in Berta plan for the education of their children a year ahead If you decide to send to the Free school do so now and keep your children in the whole time If you decide to send to the Institution put the children in the Fall and keep them in It de stroys a large part of the benefit of schooling to have children changing from one to the other Quite a reunion of friends and relatives was held at the home of Mr and Mrs P J Pauley the latter part of last week when they had as their guests Mr and Mrs J M Haley of Owsleys Fork Jtfr and Mrs John Fuget of near Conway and Mr and Mrs Wm Hayes of Conway Tho two ladles last named aro daughters of Mr and Mrs Pauley Their guests departed for their homos Sunday- A progressive flinch party was given Tuesday night at her rooms at Ladies Hall by Miss Anna Lind ley Tho contestants were Mrs L c T f C Hinman Misses Nora Burdette Jennie Hanson Kate Coddingtou and Ida Farris and Messrs Arthur Hunt John Gay Chins Burdette Ben Malt by and C TreodwayMrs Hinman and Arthur Hunt wore tied with Miss Hanson and Chas Burdetto for first prize At the Convention of the National Editorial Associa1iou recently hold at Omaha Neb Editor C W Robbins of Oldtonrn Main was elected third vice president Mr Robbins was foreman of the Printing Otllce hero 1885 87 when it was in tho little building on the campus known an tho Castle Two years ago he paid a visit to Beron and renewed old ac quaiutances lIe has steadily risen in leis profession until now ho ranks among the foremost editors of his state i The entertainment given at the Parish House Friday night by the Boys club was fairly wellattended Every one present enjoyed tho hearty laughter produced by Mr CorwiuoV amusing and life like imitations Ho certainly has n remarkable gift for imitating animals and machinery The imitations of a three cornered dog fight boy old man anti a dog driving a hog out of the cornfield and the landing and unloading of a steam er were perhaps most enjoyed Re producing tho whistle of a steamer made up of three distinct tones at one time is probably not accomp fished by any one else The numbers by local talent were good and added to the variety THOMPSON BAKER The many friends of J Thompson Baker a former Wnllaceton boy will bo rejoiced to learn of his promotion to the principalship of the City High School of Temple Texas Prof Baker was for seven years a student in Berea College and graduated there from in the class of 1898 His now position is one of honor trust and responsibility bringing under hit direct supervision 650 pupils Tem ple is n progressive little city of about 8000 inhabitants situated in the neuter of Texas Seven of the teachers including Principal Baker are attending the University of Chicago this summer The Templo furor says of Prof Baker The election by the board of trus tees of Prof J Thompson Baker as principal of the city schools will meet with hearty approval by both patron and pupil Mr Baker has taught here only one year and a grsrt many tempting offers had come fom other places oven before his election as principal He however is the kind to make but one trade a year j j College 7jj AND THERE tHERE 4H IJHJHHIHHHHHH The Athletic Association has per mission of the faculty to plan for a trip north of the baseball team next spring involving two extra games The east end of the Tabernacle is being cleared for basket ball and other athletic uses and affords a fine area surrounded by raisedseats TLe Faculty for next year will re ceive the following accessions further particulars later Miss Euphemia K Corwin gradu ate of the Albany Library School and lately assistant in the Library of Un ion Theological Seminary New York LibrarianRev K Graves Methodist graduate of the University of Vermont lately Principal of Schools at South professor of English Frank E Hamilton graduate Ohio State University Farm Foreman William J Flanery graduate Berea Farmers Course Horticultural Foreman Jas M Comb graduate of Beron Normal Department and student ot Boston School teacher of Man ual Training in Woodwork Noah May graduate of Berea Normal Department and student of Bos ton Sloyd School teacher in Model Schools andlatelyversity Engineer BeresAssistantBurleigh E CartroellA B grad UniversityAssistant n I+H+IIIHIHHH++lHH JHHKKHHHHIIKIHH Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed in fall by the writer The name V is not for publication but as an eviJeace good Ulth Write plainly J jHIIII+HIIIIttIIIIIITIHIIIIIIIIIHIHH JACKSON COUNTY MOVER BOTTOM W C Puirs child died Saturday July 11Mrs Gran Hays and baby aro quite ill Dr Robinson has boon called iuJohu Bicknells baby is very ilITho case against lasses charged with shooting Andrew Lakes was dismissed as the evidence was not sufficient to hold himTho schools about hero will begin Monday Most of the farmers in this vicinity harvest ed their oats and grass last week The iscent rain was very pleasing to tho farmers OWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR Hurrah for Tile CITIZKV and its readers Crops are looking woll and farmers are almost douo work now Last Saturday and Sunday were the 3rd quarterly meeting days at this place and quite a largo crowd was in attenlnnceSundayschoolat Whito Oak is progressing nicely under tho able leadership of Mr Ambrose Misses Flora Scale and Mary Ray will teach schools on Buffalo Creek N F Ambrose will teach Dot Creek school this fltllIr Willio Flanery of Bores is expected homo on a visit this week Lonzo Cawood in his examining trial Saturday for the murder of Jim Rose was bound over until Sept Curt without bail Arch Clark started for Berea Tues dayIt is high time for the people to choose whether lawlessness and bloodshed or peace and prosperity shall reign Misses Norah and Mary Wilson visited Mrs Flauery Saturday nightGABBARD Mrs Joseph Baker of Floyd tiled Thursday She had boon sick for several months Mr Findley Bolin and wife visited relatives on Lvmouds Crook last Saturday and Sunday Your correspondent and brothers were at Boonevillo Thursday and attended the institute which was very iutere ingWr C A King of BoreR at tended the Owsley County teacher institute Mr and Mrs R W Minter visited relatives at Boonevillu Sat unlay and Sunday Most allof tho schools of Owsley county begin on tho 20th of this monthIVe hope that all of our teachers may have good success in teaching and the patrons will take mr re interest anti help up the schools of Owsley county ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mr sad Mrs T M Ogg of Wal nut Meadow visited Isaac Martin and wife Sunday Mrs Parrie Leo Stephens who haa been visiting home folks for the last week him returned homo Miss Ella Ely Lake com mences her school at Walnut Grove Monday July 2OLittlo Jewel Ogg visited her aunt Chossio Martin last Friday Saturday and Sunday Mrs JJMartin and son Isaac were in Berea Saturday There will be preaching at East Scaffold Cano Saturday and SundayMr J J Martin has been on the sick list this week J S Waddle had a runaway in Beroa last weekJoe Bisquit will very soon move his Arbucklo mill to a now location near John Richmonds on little Clear Crook GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Another good rain Saturday Preaching at Leavel Green Sunday by the Rev Mr Lawrence of Lexing tonMr and Mrs J B Carter are spending several days with relatives in Indianapolis IndDr Redwino and Thos Green took in Grab Orchard SaturdayMr John and Joo Lawson and Mrs Me teal f of Paint Lick visited Mr and Mrs W H Hammack last week Cartersville was well represented the KirksviUe fair last weekMr J 0 Napier is on the sick listMrs Tom Green was very sick for a few days but is now about Mrs W P Wells is very sickA party consisting of two la dies and a gentleman passed through Cartersvillelastweek makingaltour of Kentucky They were teachers from a College at Indianapolis Ind The ladies were dressed in something like bloomers riding mens saddles and man fashion You had better send 100 for THE CITIZEN Road it and you will learn more manners than you will to tell so roach about your neighbors which causes trouble some times Till CITIZEN is tho most moral paper in the State JW MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS School liogan Monday with bliss Lillio McWhorter as toucher Kov Dtiilirick preached at this place Wednesday night16i John Bert loy of Lexington and Mrs Dr Mar ton of Kingston spout Wednesday with Mrs W E BarrisMr cud Mrs Ed Adam of Whito hell are visiting his father Billy Adams Mr Tom Baker went Sunday to Panola to see his brother in law who is sick Quito a largo crowd enjoyed Rev Huffmans Hleroopiican lecture at the Glado Christian church Sun day mightMr John Cochran of Whites station spoilt Sunday with Daniel Mntipin Mrs Fanny Stow ard spout Saturday ami Sundaywith Mrs Kiz Cornnlinsou Mr Kldin Baker wiu kicked by n mulo lost week WALLACETON Misses Fannie Todd ninth Henna AiulorHQn were tho guests of Misses Sarah and Alice Lawson Saturday nigttbtrs Iku Giiinii who has boon quite ill for somo timo ii Home better at this writingMisses Jenuio Told and Mary Ogg are tho gtioHtu of Miss Ueua Anderson this weekMr Gee Cutter and family wero tho guests of Mr Goo E Brockman Sunday MissoH Surah and Alice Lnnson enter mined quito a number of young friends at dinner Sunday Miss Pearl Venerable who has boon sick is able to Iw out againMr and MM War run Elkint wore tho guostsof Mr and Mrs C C McWhorter Saturday uightQuito a number of Wallace ton people attended the lirkaville fair Saturday Mr Robert Muyrro of Rockcaslle was tho guest of Mr Calo Onion Saturday night James Gabburd of MuKo Jackson county is visiting his brother Dan this week Rev J I Wills fill vl his regular appointment Saturday ant Sunday The public school began Hominy morning July 20 with Mr F Culil well as teacher COUNTY SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION Tho annual Sundayschool conven tion of this county will bo held at Kirksvillo Wednesday July 20 03 Tho Houventiou for Kirksvillo ditttrict will occupy the hours from 880 to 10 a m niter whIch the convention proper will begin Tine following ex cellent program ought to unsure a large attendance from among tho Sundayschool workers of the county Program Singing and Prayer for Guidance Annual Address of tine President Echoes from the State Convention Miss Lynda M Gormley Our Greatest Need in Sunday school WorkHev W II Dodge Christ the Groat Teacher Prof E A Fox- Reports from District and County OfficersOur Obligations to the State and County WorkW L CrutcliPr Appointment of Committees Resets and Basket Dinner Song and Praise Service Round Table Defects in Sunday school Management and the Remedies led by 12 P Bontou Sixminute Pleas for Advanced Methods 1 The Home Department Mrs Geo D Simmons 2 The Normal Class James M Racer 3 Teachers Meetings Rev H G Turner 4 GradingRev W A Bison hart Decision DayMrs E II Yocum 6 Observance of Sundayschool WeekProf E A Fox Seven minuto Talks on tins Sunday school FcurinHund 1 The Parents Rov C B Retch ford 2 The Pastor Rov H Fhouso 3 Tho Superintendent Goo W Tribble 4 Tho Teacher Rov Horvey Mc Dowell Round Table on the Sundayschool Four inHand led by Prof E A Fox Reports of Committees anti Busi nessTwominute Speeches and Music AdjournmentCome Singers propnro spe cial songs Report those to the Pros ident Be thoughtful and prayer ful L V DODGE Pres E DEATUEDAUE Soc Jim Dumps asserted Too much meat Ij In summer causes too much heat J What shall we eat all summer long y That wlthaut meat shall keep us strong And In the best of summer trim Why Force of course laughed Sunny Jim i rrorcel rI1J TIlt lttadStC Cored 1 the strength of meat without the heat Excludes Chop nd Bteeks Korco1 b n rrtnilftr btvnlfmil fool In clwAtlioohilltllIlanl e W19 1 II This space has beenI l purchased by + The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen I If WAIT FOR THE WAGON Did you spend your childhood in the country Tho engineer with his hand on tho throttln of till Empire Express te Tho admiral on tho quarterdeck of a war ship King Edward on tho throne shay glow with pride and pleasure but their fooling are taunt in comparison with tine unmutturablo delight that thrills the muall lay who in pormlttMl unassisted to climb tho wheel and porch on till sent of a STUDEBAKEIt WAGON I am proud to soil it SeE WELCH JR 11 u uu u JtJ Bi annaman for s To in all of 11WelllIOltlCtocl Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent Naven Laundry rAccidents Happen Daily 11 Mechanics Branches Business P mphFMST AID TO THE Is n qufck RELIEF and guaranteed CURE for Burns Cuts Bruises and alt Inflammations It relieves at once by drawing out the In flammation Cooling Soothing and Healing the injured parts J Evuy man whether In Office Shop or Fadney should always kup a bottleof PARACAMPH close at band II saves Time Trouble and Remttabtr if you are not satliffcd sfttt tiling Paracamph your money will be t refunded rIDe v in 5Eo 503 An SIOO DOTTLES AT Alt cooa DIiU7 o lfIFor sale bySe E WELCH Druggist S