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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1HlHlMlllllM 111M1H JAMES MILTON RACER r Itflttr and POllsher at Btnu Ay M 4leereau u4- W1I1tIf 111111 1111 f1 1 V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGSUT U 1903 One dollar a year NOTICE Let ua cell your attention to page 4 Viito the splendid bargain in a Teachers r offered by the CITIZEN Tho news of Berea and vicinity will be found thin week and hereafter on- t page six t A special missionary program will bo renoerod at the Baptist church to night Come Hov Howard Murray Jones will preach at tho Union church on Sun day morning Our Great Offer giving a daily and two weekly newspapers for six mouths for ono half the price of the ItdaU will bo withdrawn August 31at See particulara in other columns l FROM THE WIDE WORLD A law ia proposed to make voting 1complillOr11n Cicada q that Russia will attempt to hold foreigners out or- t Manchuria for six years 1 Customs revenues in tho Philippines A here Increased fourfold under Ameri J can occupation The Austrian Supreme Court baa decided that marriages between Christians and persons of so particu lar creed are invalid in Austria After the payment of the Govern r meet employee on Friday the Cuban treasury contained fI DOO000 This is au increase of 400000 over the balance June TO Sit ballots hevbeen taken by the62 Cardinals making up the conclave at vote is necessary for an election Later Cardinal Joseph Sarto patri arch of Venice la elected Pope re ceiving 45 votes He will be known I aa Pope Pius X CUM If Pepper has written i book i Tomorrow in Cuba in which be Jspeak of giving the full rights of to the colored race in that Ilanll He Bays The place of the of rotor in Cuba has been coinw cidttnt with social toleration and civil recognition Spanish civilization has not denied opportunities to the black man and the black man has rises to his opportunitiua 110 baa assimilat ed the toleration of the Latin civilizat tion and his position today is a re I pMIIlwCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Crab Orchard Coal and Coke Company baa gone into the bands of a receiver Charles Haufley a well known young 1mau of Stanford Ky committed aui cide by taking corrosive sublimate The prosecution in the JettWhite case at Cynthiana closed their cue Monday Henry Freeman testified that Jett admitted the Marcum mur der and called it a dog killing The new Industrial and Aumsement Hall of the Central Asylum for the Insane at Lakeland will bo dedicated f next Saturday Gov Beokham will be one of the speakers Major Nelson J Edwards of Mldi dleeborough ia in command of the State militia now stationed at Jack eon Broathitt county His discipline I ia strict Soveral alleged Wills of Gen Caa elute M Clay were offered for probate at Richmond Monday by claimants to tliQ estate Their consideration 4was postponed until the September of the County Court IN OUR OWN COUNTRY 42000 foreign ImmIgrants entered the port of New York in July 1900 aa compared wlth86000 in the same month last year A clock the largest in the world with a dial IM feet in diameter ia being built at Milwaukee for the St Louis Exposition Massachusetts New Hampshire v Rhode Island and Utah are the only tr States in which there has not been a lynching Judge Geo Gray of Delaware who was chairman of the Anthracite Coal Strike Commission Is being insiderbd for the Presidential nom nation by the Denivcrata CoSeveral constables and planters in Alabama have been severely punish I for attempting to enslave colored men who were too ignorant and frightened to escape Thus crime Ia called peon t ageI t Brooks IaL 401- r 1 THE CITIZEN IVOL NO1IIJTAKE Popet 1 e a Mr illMRS WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST This tlractlro young woman Is the bride of William Itnmlolph Ilearet editor and cougrvtiiiuuii Mr and Mrs Ileiirat went ubrond for their honey uiuon not long ago HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Article 7 Who srsThsIr Frlendi We are still waiting for the map which will show the division of the mountain counties in 1811 before continuing our list of Revolutionary veterans who were living in the moun tains at that date Meanwhile may be well to give one article on Who are the Friends of the Mountain Peo pled la it those who flatter them and make thorn feel wholly selfsatis lied and try to keep them in ignor ante of the ways and progress of the great world outside the mountains or those who clearly understand that the mountain people while honorable in origin and with promise and capacity are still not beyond the possibility of improvement and who try to help them forward My friend Dr Roark of the State College told me that recently at the close of the teachers institute at Bar boursville a resolution was sprung after Bereas representatives had left censuring me for having misrepresent ed the mountain people in speeches at Buffalo and elsewhere I have not seen a copy of this resolution but Dr Roark said that while decent in its language it was wholly uncalled for and that the teachers did not know the merits of the case when they vot ed upon it But such things have happened before Certain people have sometimes been jealous of the great and growing influence of Berea noting that they were being left be hind by the young people who were securing Berea advantages and have made this accusation that I and the Berea people were misrepresenting the mountains I write this article especially for the teachers who were at Barboursvills sending a copy to each one and wish to give a thorough answer to this accusation once for all I am very sure that every young man and woman in the mountains desires to know the truth and be fair in judgment It would bea great pity if one of these young people should lose confidence in his friends in Berea through this ridiculous charge Now the fact is that the mountain region u shown in our first article is much larger than any one had noticed until I began to write and speak on the subject embracing parts of eight states I have taken it for my life work to make the people of the moan tain counties in these eight states better understood by theirfellowcitizens throughout the country and to bring to them many advantages which they have lacked in their faraway moun tale homes- I am everywhere saying that the common idea of the mountain people is wrongthat they are better in every way than the newspapers have represented For a dozen years I have boon fighting against those who have traduced the mountain people the Northern uewapapers and the Southern politicians outside the mountains How much they have needed my defense no ono can understand who has not travelled outside the noun lain region I am sorry to say that 1 know many mountain men living in other parts of tho country who never tell where they cause from The Northern newspapers love to tell startling things They do not report such tkiugs as teachers institutes protracted meetings and other good things but they report every arrest for moonshining and every case of shootug or stabbing The Southern politicians are still worse I begad this series of articles in answer to an outrageous statement quoted in the Eastern newspapers as coming from Senator Blackburn At the same time am eager as every true mountain man that the mountain people should make progress It is a sad fact that the mountains furnish in proportion to their people a great or number of inmates for the State Prison than other counties in our State It is a sad fact that the moun tins are not able to pay aa heavy tax es in proportion to their people as other parts of the State or to clothe and educate their children ah well We must not forgot these facts nor bo angry when mon liko Dr Roark show them to usbut we must set to work and cure them It has been my great endeavor to help overcome these die advantages I have consulted the foremost educators and adapted methods of instruction so that we aro sure the mountain boys and girls in Berea make far more rapid progress than they ever made anywhere before these adaptations and improvements were introduced We have sent our teachers to visit in the tomato counties and they have given hints about agriculture and the management of tho public schools and the care of the sick and other important matters which have blessed thousands of people who will never see Berea or know where their blessings came from Me be continued Cholera Infuntum This disease has lost its terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy came iuto general use The uniform success which attends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children has made it a favorite wherever its value has become known For sale by S E Welch Jr Today I B H- N N NN N N tNtN tNNN WED SAY MUCH OUR SALK1 CashStore i ISpring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc We are adding daily new things In Lawns Allover Laces Ribbons etc Ladies are especially invited to call and see thorn SEEour beautiful lino of Carpets MnttingH and JtugH Tho largest assortment and best values shown in tho city ValisesSEE all price and the best you can buy for the money anIrand want the Best Clothing at the Lowest Price gnatauteedi LACKEY HAMILTONI KYI1T T T T TO TRADE I I it J1E GREAT REMOVAL SALE I jt began August 1st and will continue withIunabated interest throughout the entire month ji The is r tsensational are 1f i The great and increasing done by this StoreJdur ng the past few years bears fruit in this lotsj1 t l preparedt 1 I 1 merchandise f ofI4 goods to be sold The buying unparalleled business stock Clothing Millinery Trunks will sold 1 11 l Regardless ofcost value If twant to move into our new store an entirely new stock So we are tmined to close out this stock at once stock consists of the seasons 4 alt best styles and the are so great that it will pay one to buy for use Remember the old adage about the bird etc ifl 5000 STOCKIF our Depatment to be sacrificed A cool A mon tsaving proposition that every man woman and child should investigate 1 1 E V ELDERt 1 11 4RICHMOND KENTUCKY uti aJa isJ- TyT1Tv i1 T 1 1 1 T If From Joplins Good A full line of always hand Wo invite our Boron friends to make themselves ut homo at JOlLIMS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 JO S Ky i1ifiIiiIH 1 Subscribe Circulation L 2000 Embroideries THE CASH Saturday selling chances This splendid of dry tt Goods Shoes Dress Goods Carpets Oil Cloths etc all be 11 with deter This splendid values future early flA Clothing proposition tey t 11 Its Its FUKNITUKE on JOPLIN Richmond FARMS for SALE Two and onehalf milts from Berea on Scaffold Cane Pike Tract No Ono 40 Aorts Tract No Two 33 Acres For information aa to term etc address or call on A CertBEREA KENTUCKY TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION TITHE CITIZEN J4 WEEKS FOR 25 CENTS r AUGUST SMTWTFS ii 2345678191011121314151 16 17 18 IS 20 21 22 23 24 25 26272829 3031 cmnesr firemen seem to be Immune to the fierce heat of the fireroom on ocean Ktcamen and can stand up to temperatures that would speedily pros trate white men There are over j lines of European steamers trading with to far west Out of this largo number only three of them have Euro pan firemen and these have to have Julies to assist them A Ecnsnthma price was obtained for homo rare old Hpoonc today when at an auction sale 13 sliver Kpoons with figures cf Christ and the 12 apostles upon them brought 24500 being hid up from 2500 The purchaser Is a dealer In antiquities The spoons aro dated 153C and are the earliest com plete set known Apostle spoons of the dates of HOO and 1C50 have heretofore Bold for from S50 to 100 each Vlllard Fiske professor of Scandina vian languages and literature at Cor nell university after 50 years of fruit less search for a lost manuscript has gone to Kuroie to continue the hunt Ho Is now at Copenhagen Denmark looking through the archives for traces of tho document The manuscript is highly valuable beeauto It contains the first mention of the game of chess fiy a writer In America Tne treatise was written hy Rev Lewis Ron In 1731 Sir Frederick Trevos the famoiu British Engoon has retired from prac tice at the age of f0 years He has istabllfihed a record In performing 1000 fonsecutlve operations for ap pendicitis without a death He hates tho name which Is of American orlg in anti prIers perityphlltls There wero Ifiooo operations for this malady In CJiect Britain hut year with 90 per timt of recoveries including that ot King Kuwnrd MiirpyB pili trait of President Me ftinloy has been received at the whlto house aid now hangs to the right of lIt nnrtri vestibule door the space on the lull of the door being occupied by Sargents portrait of President llonsevtH The hanging Is a favor ihlc ore for an ill painting and tho portrait Which was painted from a piJ tho artist never having- I Ca MiKlnley Is much admired The Into presidents friends declare It the let likeness of Mr McKinley In later IH OprfsUV a skyscraper hotel In New Ycrli t a rflnnlcuro establishment that hag lcon blest ever since It was first pnccd four years ago with uncom monly attractive proprietors They lnve rjtrnged frequently owing to the demand for them ai wives Three of tho proprietors have parted with a prospc rtis business because of tho urgent matrimonial domarfiT for them Only rof cotly the third owner of the liuslmis sold It out and got a higher price than any of her predecessors King Edward carefully preserves the at tittle programmes of proceed- Ings In which he has taken part These souvenirs which number several thousands are all pasted In large albums which are kept In the library of Buckingham palace In the same way the lIng has kept all his theater programmes since his earliest play tolng days This Is without doubt The most curious and valuable collection of Its kind In the world for man agers do not give kings and princes ordinary programmes Montague Vernon Ponsonby In a book just Issued In England under the title The Preposterous Yankeei wores the American tendency to ex nggerate American millionaires says he generally yield about 10 rents on the dollar1 when they have died and have been agtsctscd by the j rotate court Tho American thou sand Is about thrce hundred Tho American mile Is almost 800 yards American newspaper circulation Is 30 per cent of the figures announced bf the publisher Every one IE Americans lie In the pnlpli In courtI in corPv and in their steen CURKENT TOPICS The Parisians ate 23000 horses last yearThe United States lifesaving service COts 1700000 a year In Austria religious Instruction Is compulsory In all schoolsISoldiers Jn uniform attend some of the London night schools Glass models of mines arc now made showing all the workings Empire day May 24 Is to be added to the public holidays at HongKong Silkworms are plentiful In Istrla Austria and a good silk season Is ex pected Germany sells the United States nearly S000000 worth of beet sugar a year A theater Is about to be opened In Berlin for the purpose of producing American plays It is estimated that the population of Htltlsh Soraallland Is about 250 cOo Its area Is about 68000 square miles The executive ofllce of the United States calls for only 112000 a year while England gives the royal family 4000000On summit of the Gornergrat In the Alps 9400 feet In height a hotel has been erected with accommodation for 20 persons Dread made from pinetree bark Is being eaten in Finland and Is almost the only food that can be obtained by the poorer Inhabitants The kaiser Is about 5 feet 10 Incites In height but ho likes to surround himself with giants and by compari son looks shorter than he Is Senor Romano the present presi dent of Peru Is the first civilian who has held that office during the last quarter of a century or more A commercial agent from Japan Talklchl Shlmlzue Is In California to make an experimental shipment of oranges as a commercial enterprise Trout are believed to be exclusively freshwater fish It happens however occasionally that some are caught with the herring In the German ocean For the first tlmo In the history of Spain beyond a doubt a workingman has been elected a member of tho cortes Naples to have new quays 250 feet In length and costing c 28000 principally for tile use of her emigrant service Soap when one has been cut during shaving plays tho same valuable role as does the antiseptic In surgery says the Lancet It Is estimated that persons seeking divorce In South Dakota spend while gaining residence for that purpose 900000 a year Within five years wages for all class es of mechanical occupations have in creased from 20 to 25 per cent In Hamilton Canada Josephine Metson of San Francisco Is educating her lover Jafet Llnde berg that he may become her mental equal after which they will marry Business prospects are brighter in Germany especially in the Iron trade and tho smelters have difficulty insetting enough coke for their furnaces Fifteen moose deer have been liber ated In the Adirondack region New York state for the purpose of stocking the forest with that species of big gameIn a trial at Atlanta tho fact was elicited that at ono drugstore In that city more than 3000 prescriptions for cocajn had been filled within two months The annual loss from the burning of buildings In tIme United States Is about 5000000 not including cost of In surance and the appliances for fire protectionLand Hanwell haa been sold at the rate of 15000 an acre which before the advent of the tube and the electric tramways was disposed of at- c 1000 per acre PROSECUTION REST Jctt mill White For the Defense Gave Thrir Testimony They CorroboratedNSeveral Witnesses For the StateWhite Was RigIdly GrotsExamined By the Broth er of the Murdered Man Cynthlana Ky Aug 1When court convened Friday afternoon Judge Os borne sent the jury to Its room anti stated that he hall heard that weapons had been drawn on witnesses on the street nnd he wanted any ono having Information regarding such incident report the same to him Alexander H Smith another nev witness testified to seeing Jctt White Kwen Ma mini and others at the time of the shooting corrobultni the testimony of Ewen and others Mnrcums fatherinlaw and his two sisters testified during the afternoon Mr Hurst tho fatherinlaw testified that Jell came to him the afternoon of the mrrder anti wanted to tall with him White was with Jett at nfl times on time three occasions that they met after the death of Marcum hurst testified that members of the family knew of a conspiracy to murder jr r rum for over a year before his death Mrs Hord a sister of J U Marcum testified that when her brother came Into her house on the Sunday after noon previous to his murder that both Jett nnd White followed him into tho house antI walked about In the different rooms of her home She finally Insisted that tbey leave and they did ro- Cynthlnna Ky Aug 3 Goodloe Combs one of the witnesses in tie JcttWhltc murder eases died Satur lay morning of morphine poisoning which he took In an endeavor to sober up from a protracted drunk Several witnesses for the prosecu tion testified and the court adjourned until Monday when It will rest Its case Cynthlana Ky Aug ITho com monwealth rested In their testimony Monday morning at 1010 In the fa mous case of Curt Jett and Thomas White charged with time assassination of J B Marcum at Jackson Ky May 4 last and time was given them by Judge Osborne to study their case until 120 Monday afternoon at which time on the convening of court Curtis Jett one of the defendants was placed on the stand and interrogated by Judge James D Black ono of his counsel He said that ho was friendly to J B Marcum and with the exception of a few words with him some four years ago they had always been friendly Ills testimony corroborates Barney Schlff who testified for the prosecution In which he said that Jctt was talking to Joe Moore and himself before the killing Jett said after the shots were fired he walked into the courthouse and looked about but see Ing nothing returned by the side door tho way he came nnd came across the street and that he lid not aid In helping Mnrciim who was then dying and around whose body others were rushing to give aid except that toward the last he went on the edge of the crowd and there talked to some of tho people there Jett corroborates Ewen In paying that ho was running around the court house lie a few minutes after that saw Tom White on the street and with him went down the town to a place near the depot where they crossed tho river and visited his grandmother Hargls mother of Judge Hargls and there had dinner He corroborated Mrs Mary Johnson In saying that he had a talk with hci alter the killing that morning Hi and White both came back that even Ing to town and went to Frapmans saloon and there called for beer and having none they left Before he left town that morning he bought n bottle of whisky at Goodloe Combs and took a part of It to his grandmother Jetts testimony corroborated many other witnesses who have testified for the prosecution as to lila Ietlons on that fatal day While conversations with several witnesses were denied the fact that he had had conversations with them Is undenjed He gave a full account of his actions up to the time of his arrest The defendant showed his right hand to the jury upon which two joints of the ring finger were taken off a few weeks before the shooting by working with saw logs The main feature of the tiny was the terrific crossexamination of Thomas White who was next placed on the stand by the defense by Tom D Mar cum Marcum Is one of the attorneys for the prosecution and Is a brother of tho dead man and resides at Mils cogee I T It was a merciless fire of questions rapidly put by that attorney and the effect upon the jury as well as upon the audience was telling Whlto camo from a place 18 miles from Jack eon looking for work according to his testimony and did not get It although ho had tried for two days His testi mony corroborates several other wit nesses for the prosecution who said that he had gone Into the side door of the courthouse and bad come out the front door Baseball Deal Washington Aug 4Flrst Baseman Carey of tho Washington baseball club has been traded for Pitcher Hugh Hill of the Nashville Southern league team will be used as an outfield er In place of the late Fielder Dole hanty Water Boy Won Saratoga N Y Aug 4J B hag gins Water Boy won the Saratoga handicap race of 12000 for threeyear olds Monday In the excellent time of 20535 Hunter Ratio was second and Caughnawga third SARTO ELECTED POPE Cardinal Patriarch of Venice is Chosen by Sacred College Plus X the Title Atsumed by New Pontiff Cardinals Deliberate Three Days Before Decision Is Reached Biographical Sketch Homo August Cardinal Macchl secretary of apostolic briefs nn notimcd to time crowd assembled be fore St POUTS that Cardinal Sarto had been elected nope amid that he had taken the namo of Pius The troops on duty Immediately Ijned ui1 on the piazza nnd prevented arms At ten mlnuti8 after twelve this aft ernoon Iopo Plus X appeared Inside tin balcony of the basilica nnd blessed the populace amid the acclamations of tho enormous crowd assembled on the plazsa Biography of New Pope Joop Sarto4 patriarch of Venice was born at Illwo diocese of Trevlso In tin north of Italy Jnno2 183E Was educated at the seminary of his dip- IIcr anti nt the Sacra Thoologln Home Ills career has been that of parish priest spent almost wholly In ho north of Italy It Is singular that Venice alone of all Important cities In Italy linn only patriarchal rank while ninny smaller cities are feats of bUh ops null archbishops Sarto was made patriarch of Venice In 1S01 and rea tid nnd proclaimed cardinal Juno 12 IS 1 and has for his titular rhurch in Home St Barnardo Me Is a great preacher fairly well known as a wiitrr anti under him church tntereM in Venire have prospered lit Is a mm her of the Congregations of BUhopa and Regulars Sacred mhtl ImMV genies and Sacred Relies amid Studies Cardinal Gibbons One of Five Sick New York August Cardinal Gib lions has been added to the tick list whirl now numbers five of the G2 members of time conclave according to the World dispatch from Homo He In said to he mi fieri UK from a touch of malaria Coy TAYLOR Attorney Campbell Will Requet Cov Durbin to Give Him Up New York AUK ICol T C Camp bell who has charge of the prowru tlon of GOt btJls alleged assassination and who for three years lived In time Kentucky mountains preparing the evidence against the conspirator lift New York Friday for Frankfort Ky to obtain from fov llerkham n rtquest to Oov Durbln to deliver Taylor to Kentucky In case this Is refused a mandamus will be sought Infore the supreme court of the United States Should one be grunted anti disobeyed contempt proceeding will be begun Mr Campbell will alto di rect time prosecution of Cnleb Powers formerly secretary of state whose trial commented Monday THE MILITIAMEN Entitled to Same Pay as the Regulars While In Encampment Washington AUK ITlle wcr tnry of war Friday decided that officers and Boldltrs of the militia while serving at encampments are entitled to the Fame pay as officers and men of the regular army anti that they are are entitled to transportation to and from such encampments as If they were rig ular troops President Schwab to Resign Philadelphia Aug 4Charles M Schwab president of the United State steel corporation will sever his official connection with that concern Tuesday his resignation as president now be ing In the hands of the executive com mittee I Months Immigration New York Aug 3Slx thousand more aliens entered tho United States through this port last month than thor ing the same month In last year Tho total number for July this year was 42000 compared with 3COOO for the July lJ02 anti 28000 In the name month In 1901 Business Failures During the Week New York Aug llIl1slnEs fail ures for the United States this week number 190 against 183 last week arid IGS this week of 1902 For Canada they number 17 as against 20 last week and 1C a year ago Both Were Drowned New Orleans Aug 3Trying to save the life of John J Voelkel sr a wellknown bookkeeper of New Or l ans Walter E Doytel assistant pay Ing teller of the Whitney national bank was drowned at Grand Me Voolkel was also drffwned One Killed In a Wreck Texarkano Ark Aug 3A street car left the track while making the curve at Broad and Hazel streets Sun day evening and a score of people were more or less Injured One died Sunday night Celebrated the Fourth Washington Aujf 4Tho navy department has received from the com mandant of tho naval station at Tutla la a mall report telling of the celebra tion by tho natives of tho Fourth of JulyIleld sports were the feature of the program Parks and Boulevards Chicago Aug 4A series of parks and boulevards 120 miles long encir cling Chicago is the object of a corn mission resolved on Monday by the county board Steps are to be taken to purchase the land I A Sweet Tooth Is responsible for mutiny aches and pains Hut whatever tho cause of do cay it should bo arrested and the Teoth put in good condition Wo clean fillor extract teeth without pain to Iho patient Our fine sets of teeth at 15 mado on xylonite or rubber are absolutely per feet Wo guarantee them Teeth extracted 2ceutH Tho bent amalgam filling 75 cents Special ac commodations for ptttiouh front a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson Ky1t FwIa1l1ataaa1 iSPmmirv pal swirl a CO M ylOff US PtlMt 051C3 WnMujtofl 0 C When you want a phymc that ill mild and gentle easy to take and certain to ac always use Chnrubrr laiut Strtntch and Livor TabloU For silo by S E Welch Jr TELEPHONESCompte Jab pAIr cf Thnnn utlan S ickt wilt Wit tE Illaa ui thai fcnynn ran IUkv lb bI7nIrTItPIiuwirvn1to rI1wi as lucluiln tti fotowknff stilt You wntss stn vr pair pLW tltA III I aotoeCTalHtol lfjrC IU oil d- hl1ItMtN C TAPKI tA 2asYtItIsn I4TsICAL- 214a W ir ST rifUMKltvX IUIIYILL ICy lhIo n RUst IXitfcUlt Ford A Sturgeon a imminent drug firm at Hocky hilt Station ICy write We wero rrquraltxl by Dr O li Snigley to tend kr Herbino for the benefit of our customers We order ed three dczn in December nnd we are glad to say Uerbino has given such great satisfaction that wo have duplicated this order three timer nod today wo gavu your salesman another order Wo beg to say Dr O B Snigley takes pleasure in recommend ing Uerbino IIrk bottle sold by East End Drug Co u REPAIR THAT LOOM Bereft College has secured market for homespun and liouinwovon goods such an bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow tap pricen- Coverlids f 4 to VI Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dross Llnsej 60 cent a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dye f3 a pair White linMy and white blankets sro not in demand only on order CorerHds must be 2 yardi 72 inches nido and 26 yards 90 Inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned bomemadtdyaAUI wanU to Boll coyer 1Idor homespun to Berea College should find out what the College n nU before beginning to weave ni spin For information apply In person or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Barea Ky Mrs MotIle Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamber JaiosStomachand Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion and these Tablets are just what is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be pre vented in tho same way For sale by S E Welch Jr MONUMENTS Ursa Ntlditonei Utujr Crnlto end MibU Work of nil UindH ilono in a will trian Ii ku tutu nor at ten ftormble prices mill with ilJNpHtfli sliwork fiiur nuteed bjr GOLDEN FLORA WCHMQND Ky rtwtirinl Statti apt Ciilllni ittiryt Ciiiril 11IV S Daily writes My wif hail been suffering five years with iamli ia in her arm when I was persuaded to use lint lards Snow hiuimout nIiichi runxl her all right I have also tied it fci old sores frost lilIes and skin erup tions It doe the work2c 60c and 5100 bottle Sold at Host He I Drfig Co rDR M E JONES g Dentist t Oflicc Over IlintiiiK olHce Office Dflyf Wednesday to nJ ol time week GARNET HOTEL Newly i5itleetup desis ittiatti mttet prlcrnSocoud Iloemsa Iticbinonil K y M G ENGLE Prop IIIt iitl 5arThe that are potent in irIaction anti poimn ill elliot urn lf WittN Little Birly Iliwnt W S 1hilpoi ol Albauj GannytDuriiiK a hilioiift attack I took cue Small it was it dil mo snore gocil tunu culotm1 bin mass or any oibtir pills I ivor took nnd at tho paine tliiM it pTfctt d me IlMtantly Little Early Ulcers are certainly an ideal pm1 Sold by East End Drug Co u Without Harness The beast born in time world in of lit tie iifttv With well ntaiti Hrft cl fitting Uametut on he Ix ounia both useful anti ornninental If style ta desired our 510 BUGGY HARNESS Rill fill the bill to a dot It is light b IIf20 TEAM HARNESS will meet nit requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was nil Iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky Eat All You Want Persons troubled with Indigestion or Dyspepsia can eat alt they want If they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention dIgestion and assimilation of all of the whole some food that may be eaten RndIn ablea the digestive organs to trntm form the same into the kind of blood qthat gives health and strength Soul by East End Drug Co iFat CO 1DRYrecite sad VtgttMn a Specialty Sole altat for Banns Crum Bread OPPOSITE URDCntft MILL rt A I THE CITIZEN u jHHH +HHHHIHIHHH The Home f1 JENNIE LESTER HILL Edi- torHWHHHIHHMIHHI WE SHOULD SMILE makingSThat cortr the Irml tint duce the mot li lUll a pkuesd smile The mlle Hut liiMilfi fuse Iliu hart tat lore Kllow men VlllilrlTBHwijr lln cloud of gloom nml com the HIU ilii lull nf MortliHtiitKooilncM wllh manly klnducm blunt Its worth n million Julian It ilinsut rout rent There II no room for ulurl wlien we rn a rhery amIle II slwsya her the None gums lookIn ncrrr out nf style It iicrrrn in on la try IIgllln when failure sutra blue Hticb dlni lti of cncoiinigrmitil arm rood for rue and you 80 smile away folkinniltritMid wli tl y a imllu- In heath Iti worth a million dollar tint It doom volt a rent lA JllN4 Oil VjwUfMN COHN nRIDDIU OAKKS Materials 0 can of uncooked corn cupful of milk cupful of Hour tAlJIlJ1oollrlllor Jmking powder teaflpoonfiil of molted halter I t nnKHiful of Ball 2 eggs Dirvotions Onto limn corn fromthu cob It should measure n largo pint Add the milk milt butter nod l eaten yolks of the eggs thou limo hour nod lastly thu beaten whites hake on n lint griddle turning once anti milling more lour if the batter in too limit flItS IL DUINI- Mnterinlii dozen ears of corn eggs I quart of new milk I tahleflHX tifiil of butter tPHNpoouful Hnlt- J Clip of sugar Iepper to last- oDinctioueGrnto limo corn from tho cob Add tho beaten egg yolks milk Halt butter xpper sugar nnd Ixvtton egg white IRlit Pour into n buttered pan mind Inks in n moderato toven until Belo through cons OMELET This is n Tory good way to use cold boiled corn Cut tho grains from the cob until a cupful obtninod heat nix egg yolks anti whiten separately AddHfx tnhlllIpoollrlllll of milk and limo corn to the egg yolks Hpason with Halt and pf ppor then fold in tho still l oaten whilcH until woll mixed rii ct n tlallloon rill of button in I trying pan nod whoa hot pour in tho egg mixturo anti cook w any onioM 111111111111111 +11111 IJJOHN WIHT DINSMORB Editor +1t1I+1IIIHIt +II +IIII+ Resolutions Adopted by the Jackson County Teachers Institute St Be it rraolvixl that we tender our hartfult thank to tho Christian organization of McKw for till kind nnxs shown IIH in giving their consent to our Institute boitig hold in their church house II We further appreciate tho kind noun of tho citiwuia of McKto for their I hospitality while in their millet III Wo do indeed fool very grate ful to our beloved and efliciout county flupuriiitemlont for hla choice in tho selection of Prof J W Dins more of Korea Ky to conduct this Institute IV Wo sincerely indoreo thin man ur in which Prof Dinmnore has conducted thin Iiihtitulo and desire to thank him for tho many helpful BUKgoatloiiHj great earnestness and zeal which he has manifested because wo feel that wo ore ritronger and bet tor prepared for tho work which is before us V Wo appreciate tho services of Prof C A King of BoreR for tho instruction rendered by him in his excellent lectures on drawing and ct nature study VI Wo hereby pledge ourselves to mako a groat effort to secure bettor attendance in our schools titan ever before VII Whereas tho recent extin guishment of practically allor the States debt renders It unnecessary to set aside 5 cents of Iho States purp08esjand Whereas thopresont School Fund inadequiate to the demands of the system only a five m oaths term being h maintained and at extremely low salariesTherefore he it resolved That it is the sense of this Institute that tho coming general assembly should en act a law BO changing tho apportion ment that at least cents bo trans erredrota the Sinking Fund to the School Fund COMMITTEij 0 W UI hL EVA CLICK C P Moom t j W HAIUIHOV 11 HHHIHHMHHHHH i t The Farm SILAS CHKKVHK MASON Editor J HIHHIrHHIHHHMIf Houses in the Fields Farmers should put Ihir poultry IIOUHOH out ill tho fields during the hot weather that much of the insect life which abounds there may bo picked up and destroyed The question of vermin destroying one which has long occupied the rnrnoHt attention of the farmer and fruit grower and in the employment of chickens for this purpose in found ono of the best checks that could j0s mhly be put upon the distressing ravages of insects upon which the fowls would thrive We have known mustard growers to lose whole crops which have been eaten off by beetles anti wire worms in a most distressing manner We have been glad to see places where there is a nice park old hero and there dotted about under tin trees the chickens were cooped to enjoy an ideal existence for them This vermiu question is destined to rome right to the forefront of poultry keeping and we should advise all farmers and others who are pestered with vermin in any quantity to give this their earnest consideration Of course jvoultry keepers with only n limited space at their rom mand find it imXssible to give their birds time advantage wo have recom mended These less fortunate in dividuals might snake up very largely for this by giving their birds a plentiful supply of frenh food which in a measure compensates for the lack of insect life fowls like BO much Murk Lunc Jfjrpret Barr the Cldldaesi Ninety nine of every one hundred diseases that children have ort duo to disorders of the stomach nud these disorders are all caused by indiges lion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for adults Children thrive on it It keeps their little stomacher sweet and encourages their growth and dovelopemunt Mrs Henry Carter 705 Central St Nashville Tenn HarSliMy little boy is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion over since he was born I have had tho boat doctors in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one bottle of Kodol ho in well baby I recom mend it to all sufferers Kodol digests what you oat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by East Eud Drug Co Wiinlri- lSound four foot wool none smaller tuna 8 incites 150 per conl IUnrv CoLLmc BRICK YARD Clean old newspapers fie a packaga at the CITIZEN otlico- WANTKD Young Mon to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings In all Departments Good Sal aries Rapid Promotion Examina tions soon Particulars tree Inter Slnle Cor lust Cedar Itapids la Sowing machine for sale at tho CITIZeN office Stealing Illi Own Property A reckless moan left an apple in n bag on his desk in a room where several people sat An ofllco boy peeped Into tho bag hovered longingly around it finally brought another boy around to gliaro tho temptation naked If anybody owned the apple and thou assured that the apple belonged to nobody in tho world promptly foil There to bo somothiiiB in tho theory that crime like misery loves company for tho young ster divided the apple with time other boy making him party to tho thoft Not content with this ho placed n piece of coal in the paper closed tho top and rightInto later and seeing the omco boy and tho bag containing the apple as ho snp posed ho picked up tho latter and hold it out Horoi an apple I saved for you ho said and ho handed over tho bag to boyHonesty is thebut everybody knows what it is und tint office boy looked truly consoiouco stricken that ho had dl Tided time apple when ho might have bad it a lNest York Tribune h i An Old FaCorite iI i fM1tftf 1f frfMfMtf Mfff tfrtMftf iff ftfrfrff f i it f =SAIIAH TITTLE IlAnillTT HOLTON was born at It Newport Ky In ISIS nnd died In Indianapolis Aug laid Her mother wan related to James MiiJIson At the of Hlxleui Mini Ilnrrltt contributed versei to a news paper at MmllHon Ind The editor of the paper attracted by her work rondo her personal acquaintance cVcntu nlly was mnrrlid to tilt youiiK poet In 1BO Mr Bull on liwnrno rnlteil States rotiBul et Geneva Switzerland Mnail lila wire wmt abroad with him During the civil war nlio wrote ItI teeny stirring nmonu them Thu fnlon Forever and ltutih KitrnhiimH Unnm left on the Iljitlloflflil and Paddle Your Own art too beet known of her other iurrns tanu Lw HAT It n drciiin nni I nil alone In the dreary nlwht and the liIIInK rain IIIKtnh It WIIH only the rivers menu They have loft me behind with the mangled slain Vox now I remember It nil too well Weit mot from the liattlliiK iimkn apart Together our weapons ha aimed und fell And mint wan Hheathinl In Ida iiilverlnt heart In the cypress jlom where the deed was dune tc It wan all ilark to sue Ida faw it Hut I heard hilt deathKroaiiK one by one 4 And lurlioldM me Htlll In u wild embrace Hi spoke but puce nnd I could not hear 4 The word he sold for tin cnmmnH roar it Hut my heart irtvw cold with u deadly fear 0 liud I had heard that voice before It it 4 Had hoard It before at our molhors lamer tc When wo INped tilt word of our evcnlnj prayers My bnutherlvuuld had dlwl for thee It- tI This burden U more than my soul can bear It I proved my Iles to his deathcold cheek it And IIOKKI him to how me by word or xlKn It t That he knew tied forgave me he could not speak Rut Ill netttled Ida poor cold free to mine it t The blood flowed test from my wounded HltIeif And thou fur a while I forgot my pale Awl over the lakelet we seemed to glide In our little boat two boys again t And then In my dream we stood alone if Jim n forest path when tluv shadows fell And hoard again the tremulous tour if t And time tender words of his last farewell tc Hut that parting was yearn long years agoa Ho wandered awry to n foreign land It t And our dear old mother will never know It That he died tonlgbt by Ills brothers hand4 t if The soldiers who buried the dead away It lilftturhfd nut the clasp nf that last embrace x Hut laid them to sleep till time jiidgiurntday Heart folded to heart und face to fate r GEMS IN VERSE l j The Argument nf Sex Thou wert nut made for ware alarms Jiy little love It wn not meant that thou sliouldst sea The Haiti of nwonla when Liberty liii crllc t arlflsloIThou wert not rnrant for fierce affrays My little love It was nut meant Ural thou thouMut hOOf The eanrenN boom break on thlno tar When corsage reign In warlike days- My little love Thou wert not made for public cares My little love It was not meant that thou sliouldst turn Knuu fireside ties and seek to learn The devious arts the ruler dares My little love Yet thou well mode to mold the land My little love Twn meant tluit thou and thou alone BliouKlst ben power behind the throne And movo the world wltn thy command My little love Then bo contented as thou art My little love The ruder linen of life disdain little from linriih elements and reign Queen of the homo queen of the heart My little love Susie M bleat In New Orleans Times Democrat Irt ToBiurruir Take Care of To morrow Let tomorrow take rare of tomorrow Leave thing of the future to hate Whats the use to anticipate sorrow Lifes troubles come never too late U to hope overmuch be an error TIs one that the wine have preferred And how often have heart been In terror Of evils that never occurred Have faith and thy faith shall sustain thee Permit not suspicion and caro With Invisible bonds to enchain thee Hut bear what God gives thee to bear Hy Ills spirit supported and gladdened lie neer by forebodings deterred Hut think how oft hearts have been saddened fly tear of what never occurred Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow Short und dark as our life may appear We may make It still darker by sorrow HIIII shorter by folly anti fear Half our troubles are half our Inventions And how otter from Meanings conferred Have we shrunk In the wild apprehension Of evils that never occurred The Wrong of Yesterday I It right were always right And wrong were always wrong How easily we might Go rollicking along With neer n doubt of reaching where The righteous hopo to go With none to scoff and none to dare To try to drag us low How gallantly wo might lie bold und firm and strong If right were always right And wrong were always wrong U The wrong of yesterday Tomorrow may be right The world still has a way Of changing overnight Self Interest may servt to make That which before was wrong A thing of beauty for ells sake We join the weak or strong When what was base will pay Or help to bring delight The wrong of yesterday Tomorrow may bo right- S K Klser In New York Herald raiser of Waters The principal Palace of Waters Is an Immense hull which stretches in mys terious grandeur fur beneath the city of Constantinople Its roof is formed of wide spanned arches supported on massive marble columns These stand some ton feet apart and their capitals are elaborately wrought This marveloiu building springs from an expanse of waters which un derlies the foundations of the city for mile Its origin nod extent have beets shrouded III mystery ever sluice Us dis covery about seventy years ago when some of the arches gave way All at towptH to explore by boat this marvel of coiMtructlon have been either fatal or fruitless Another palace of waters was the stately Palace of Ice which was built In 173J at the command of Anne em puss of Russia to honor time nuptials of time Prince Oallltzln and a simple peasant girl In this novel palace bride and bridegroom were housed In rooms of which tho walls nod funri turo and bed were constructed wholly of frozen water Maeiiet Fluid Needles Joint buy a magnet while youre out Ituth huts lost tho old one said time heal of a big dressmaking crtab ItsliiiHnt to her errand boy What do you do with magnets here a woman who was being fitted asked We find needles with them How do you mean r livery day it naturally happens that my fortyfive assistants drop a great many needles on the floor To itop and look for these needles would take time They are all left lying therefore till time days end when a cleaner goes over tilt room with n magnet holding it close to the floor Every lost needle in stantly then jumps up on the steel nod in that way all are recovered in n few minutes To recover them by any other moans would take at least an lioiir Philadelphia Record Desert Oeiim In 1SSO a hunter In the northwest of New Youth Wales wounded a kanga roo The animal went off through the uiulga and the salt Lush at n pace too fast for the hunter to follow and was soon out of sight The Imitator was a huxhman nod did not despair Ho fol lowed the blood trail hopeful of a short search and a speedy bag At one point of the pursuit It may be that the trail grew faint and necessitated a closer Inspection Anyway the hunter stooprd and picked up n piece of stone This ho examined The red spot was not on It It was In it It was not blood that ho saw It was opal Such was the beginning of the White Cliffs opal fields ninrretlon Miss Rlzzy1 am glad to hear that you are married OUrlen mind hope that you mill Bridget dont have many differences of opinion OHrlcn 1alth nianm we have a good many but 01 dont let her know about them Town and Country It n girl had to decide between liar lug n pearl necklace or nice curly hair she yould go crazy New York Press AtM ARDE N DRYING SWEET CORN A house For the raoJ1ow to Handle the Corn- I have for several years been raising sweet corn under contract and the ac companying illustration will convey some Idea of my drying house ays an Ohio Farmer correspondent It Is also my granary the upper floor containing grain buns on one side The lower floor nnd south side of the upper floor are arranged for sweet corn Time most es sential part of drying sweet corn is to have n free circulation of air There A COUX DRYING HOUSE fore I cut doors through as shown These doors are on both sides and on the hack They are hung on hinges and can be opened and shut when needled The sweet corn should be spread In layers therefore we use racks maju of 1 by 3 Hlcli sluts placed twenty lushes to two feet apart one above the other If the corn Is green nod milky when husked It should bo put on the racks very thin not more titan two or three ears In depth and turned frequently but If It more matured and the ker eels are glazed It may be put on thick er I con dry WK or COO buxhcls In this building The Mlllrli For Forage Millets have tin Important place In the forage rotation Incauso they grow rapidly mature early nod nay he seeded at any trine from flay until August Three species of time Japanese millets namely broom corn barnyard and Italian originally Imported by the Massachusetts Agricultural college have been tested nod found very desirable at the New Jersey experiment station Of these varieties tho barnyard has proved the most profitable the yield ranging from right to eleven tons per acre This crop will be ready for feeding from forty to IIfty days utter seedling Pearl millet has also been tested This variety makes enormous yields fifteen tons per acre Intro been secured When In full head It is from eight to twelve feet in height Yet it is a very succulent and palatable fodder Pearl millet Is much more watery In its character than the other varieties mentioned and docs not mature as rapidly For these reasons it is not us desira ble as the barnyard variety All of the millets arc surface feeders and should be well supplied with available fertilizing materials For soiling cutting may begin before they are in bloom and they should preferably be fed before the seedy are hard cued Second Crop Irish Potatoes Tho chief troublo with tho second Irish potato crop Is getting a stand Select good sound seed from your spring crop About the 1st of July spread theso in tho shade where the light can reach them Title will cause them to turn greenish and prcparc to sprout A few cotton seed will help them to do this When time cyeabcglti to swell proceed to plant just as you do in spring Prepare the soil deep amid tune amid you will bo apt to get u stand Cultivate rapidly and shallow Good laud will yield anywhere from 200 and 400 bushels per acre We have had good results from drying tho cut surfaces with land plaster amid dust In this case cut them two or three day before planting nnd cover the cut sur faces well und spread them to dry Fall Irish potatoes should bo n stand ant crop In the south Southern Cul tivator Fertlllier That Injnm Tobacco While tho potash in kuliiit la probably nearly all In tho form of sulphate it is associated with n large quantity of the chlorides of tedium und magnesium which makes the effect of kainlt in some respects like that of time muriate and sylvlnltc which contains the potassium Itself ns chloride Neither muriate of potash sylvlnlte nor kalult shpuld be used when chlo rides are objectionable as for Instance on tobacco the burning qualities of which are injured by fertilizers con taining chlorides Although the pot ash salts are soluble In water the pot ash in them Is not readily washed out from the soil The acids of the salts are leached out In combination generally with lime but the potash is fixed by uniting with other constituents of the soil says M n Hardln of South Carolina Malt Sfrmntf a Cattle Feed Malt sprouts are a residue of the brewing Industry Barley grains are sprouted In the process of malting and In duo course lire rubbed off amid sold either wet or dry as a cattlo food They enter the general market solely In the kiln dried form They mire small comma shaped light yellow brown particles of an agreeable nutty odor and crisp texture When fed dry they are frequently refused by rows If soaked sonic hour before feeding they are often better relished BESTJALWAYS THE The Cost of Scrnh AnlmiiU amid In tenor Grain and Other Crops One of the great leaks In southern farming way be found In using stock cattle hogs and poultry that are of low grades The cost of these off grades Is as much ns and often more than the cost cf keeping the better grades It does not pay to plow with an old slow mule His expense bill Is about the same as for a good one but the work done Is inferior in quality and is less In quantity It dries not pay to raise scrubs for beef cost as much but do not brhtg more than half or onefourth the income A scrub at three to four years old will Rive you n 3j cent beef A pure breed at the same age will bring t 0 to 8 cents The scrub will weigh 000 to 800 pounds the pure breed from 1500 to S000 pounds The scrub will bring 20 to2S the pure breed 10 to 150 It will have cost CromIabout 22 to raise either High grades will do almost as well ns full blood For dairying tills Is equally impor tant A cow cats about the same if she gives much or little fnllk and butter Time sumo time Is required to feed and milk her The difference In time value of the cow increases very rapldly as time Increase In milk and butter goes up A cow giving ore and a half gal Ions per day will about pay for her food and attention but one giving three gallons will pay n profit of about tj to 00 In a year This cow Is worth ten times us much as the other Tho profit in dairying is found almost tar tirely right along here A herd that av erages throe gallons will make a fortune for the owner Whit we have said above about cat tle Is equally true In every department of farm work Plant only the best seed mind net only the best trees If pecans had been set in place of the elms and water oaks In nil the towns and cities fur shade trees how different tho re suit would now bel We would have much prettier shade trocs and at tho same time wo would be gathering mil lions of dollars worth of pecans In every variety of fruit in our or chards we exercise tIe choice be twccn common or poor fruit and really good fruit The sallie Is true In our vegetables and melons It wo plant only the best we can enjoy life at home and what we wish to sell will always bring good prices Vc have seen melons sell for high prices when the market was full of melons that would not sell at very low prices The difference was nil In the quality of the melons j In the staple crops this holds good store particularly III the yield When one variety of cotton or corn or grain or grass would not yield enough to give I any profit another would pay well It Is to the farmers Interest to keep posted in these matters and always use the best varieties and the bast tools anti do tho best work He that does makes money while ho that does not losesDr Hunnlcutt In Southern Cul tlvntor 1 Points of than Hart Orplnftton Time points of a typical Hurt Orplng ton fowl as stated by the poultry man tiger of the Canadian experimental fauns are ns follows Tall Inclined backward and upward A TYPICAL DUFF OUPINQTON PULLET Back short with broad shoulders Head small and erect Eye full and bright Breast brood deep and full Legs and feet short and strong four toes well spread j Mistakes In Cotton Growing According to J S Newman of South Carolina live mistakes in cotton grow lag are Poor preparation of the soil Falling to rotate to supply humus Leaving tho plants too thick Deep cultivation with narrow plows Laying by the crop too early j Down Illclew Downy mildew attacks the leaves oCi cucumbers and cantaloupes These how yellow spots with moldllko1 growth on time underside tho spots turn brown and the leaf soon dies llcmedy Spray with bordeaux mixture about the middle of July and ru peat every ten days j Brief Mention Sow cucumbers for pickling They like a moist warm light sandy loam Plant cuttings from tomato plants in bearing early in July Sow carrots and turnips Southern dairymen lire said to agree that n gallon of milk from n cassava aliiQUIllcow when on other feed ctli2the Kentucky experiment station weillprepnrNIIly J I l a-Eoon t1s Go The saloon must Ito With Its crime and woe And all of its evils that burden us no memberhoThat duty should spur htm lo muster the toe V Ills actions say not Hut yet It will go The saloon must so Though the drunkard says no lor blear eyed and wretched he liiifjs Ills wtfrjt foe While for a short season tiered of his reaton The poor hardened winner his wild oats will sow Hut oh the sad reaping The wnlllne the weeping The saloon must so Though drunkards ny no The saloon must go Though brewers say no Ior proms unrighteous from Deer barren now They find their chief pleasure In heaping up treasure Thats wrung from hearts broken with liar row nnil woe Thoueh the brewers say no The saloon must go The saloon must go Though the barkeepers say no While each year more hardened and shameful they grow They ruin the lives Of the children and wives They cause all the sorrow the hunger und woe That evermore come To the victims of ruts- Ihtrkelpers say no Dut sjlll It must go The saloon must go Though the devil shouts no While viewing the heartache the ruin mid woe The brewer und the vender In spite of their splendor Hunt shoulder though for It they Heaven forego Though the devil shouts nol The saloon must go Awake Face the fowl Fan the ember aglow That still In the conscience are slumbering low- tlhile victims are weeping Can Christians lie sleeping For God and Ills cause strike the death dealing blow The saloon must go For Gods Word says so Items Horn ALCOHOLISM AND CRIME A Doctors Tesllusony all to the Uer Utility of site KiillotvlnR tlic Other Tradition tells us that a prehistoric people whose Intelligence was that of a savage accidentally discovered that the juices of tropical fruits had under gone fermentation In the cupshaped palm leaves Into which they had drop ped and when they drank It In this state It produced Intoxication leading these people to believe that this deg llghtful sensation which seemed harm leas to them was not only a cure for their simple ailments but made them stronger and more fearless in the terrible wars which they waged in defense f of their hunting grounds 1Vc leave evidence to show that through a long line of heredity we have handed down to us from these people the belief Inspired by superstition and ignorance that alcohol Is today a cure all for most of our Ills and will serve our purpose In all conditions Before mentioning crime In connec tion with alcohol I wish to review the effects of alcohol upon the nervous sys tem which will illustrate the law that drugs which affect the functions pro gressively exhibit their earliest powers upon those functions which are highest in developmentbeing those latest ac quired by the Individual and last to ap pear In the species and Influence next the next lower until finally the lowest namely those of respiration and cIrcu- lation these being the first to appear in the species The primary stimulation and subse quent depression of function proceeds therefore in a descending scale from the highest and least firmly fixed and latest acquired function to the lowest and most firmly fixed one Thus by alcohol the intellect Is af fected very early and the Judgment abolished very soon even though the Imagination the emotions and the powers of speech remain stimulated Soon these follow the same course imagination Is abolished and the pa tient loses command over his emotion next he loses control over his organs of speech talking incoherently thickly and then can only makea noise At the same time other delicate and lately developed movements as those required for writing feeling etc are Inca ordlnately performed and soon para lyzed General muscular movements being less highly and earlier developed are next to become Implicated being first Incoordlnated and soon abolished i The paralysis of reflex action follows then that of respiration and finally that of the heart + Thus we see that the first effect of alcohol Is to abolish the intellect talc log away the higher man and leaving the animal which has no idea of right and wrong and Is prone to commit crimes I have often thought what a great thing It would be If the physiological fleets of alcoholic drinks could be re versed leaving the mind In perfect or der until the muscular system was paralyzed It would surely diminish the amount of crime committed while un der Its Influence It is said that about 70 per cent of aU perpetrated crimes arc directly or litni rectly attributable to alcoholism This large percentage applies principally to such offenses as the disregard of the rights of others and contempt of law and order and such crimes ns assault disturbance of domestic peace and robbery for to all of these the habitual drunkard seems to be particularly prone Such misdemeanors are frequently committed In a moment of pas slots hence entirely unpremeditated and so soon as the perpetrator regains his normal senses he Is seized with re morse While the sober tau It Is true Is also subject to sudden and violent emotions he Is nevertheless by exer cise of his willpower able to control to some extent the Irrational dictates of his passions He Is aware of the consequences awaiting him upon th perpetration of a crime and weighing them in his mind will either abandon hit projects or exercise utmost precau tion while executing them While the sober man Is master of his Impulses the drunkard Is a slave to his emotions and passions With the slightest cause the inebri ate may commit an assault or even manslaughter and if an opportunity presents Itself he may commit moral delinquencies nut he rarely commits such offenses as are the result of premeditation or design Of those convicted of perjury It is said that only about 26 per cent are ad dicted to alcohol for perjury Is gen erally based upon a motive cither the love of money or the endeavor to save another from punishment motives originating only in the unclouded mind of the sober Among the Incendiaries we find but 45 per cent are alcoholic for arson Is premeditated and usually executed with a distinct purpose In we have seen alcohol habitually used affects principally the brain and nervous system which lose their nor mal degree of resistance their healthy activity Is reduced and a deterioration of ner e substance results Other con sequences are generally retrogression of Intellect debased standard of mor ality and complete or partial loss of willpowerThe alcoholic shows sign of premature deterioration his general bearing Is undignified his sentiments are more vulgar and his sense of truth fulness Is deficient His love of family declines and an Indifference as to the future of his offspring becomes appar entOf all the effects of alcohol none Is so deplorable as the fact that the off spring must suffer for the cravings of parentsThis more apparent when both father and mother have been habitual alcoholicsThe like the morphine eater and like certain types of the In sane lives In a world of his own He has his delusions and hallucinations and while subject to them he Is unable to distinguish between right and wrongHe also without ambition or ener gy He cannot resist temptation and In the association of criminals he soon becomes a criminal himself His will power and judgment being destroyed he Is often a tool for their culpable en terprises Hence association with low characters seems another cause of thus downfall of drunkards According to our present laws the habitual or periodic drunkard who has committed a slight offense Is Imprisoned In a penitentiary or workhouse where he Is In contact with criminals Tbls must be detrimental him who Is so little capable of exerting selfdeter mination He who was perhaps bul an accidental offender may thus become a hardened criminal and It Is said that the more frequently an alcoholic Is im prisoned the more Incapable of reform ation he becomes If the purpose of punishment Is the prevention of crime reformation of criminals and the protection of society it seems that the prison is the wrong place for the Inebriate offender for there he rarel cured of his disease and from therefn many Instances he graduates a fullfledged criminal As the main object of sanitary sci ence is the prevention of disease so prevention of crime should be the en deavor of legislation- A reformatory or Industrial Institution where moral dietetic and medicinal treatment go hand in hanu would produce results superior to those obtained In general penitentiaries or be hind prisonbars During the last three years over 40 boys have been sent from the Inferior criminal court of Birmingham to the Industrial schools at East Lake and I see that Judge Feagin of that court favors a similar Institution for young negro criminals And It seems that uch an institution for the Inebriate iffendor who in Intellect Is nothing more than a mere boywould be equal ly beneficial P If Llghtfoot M D Eminent Physician of Alabama Saloon Ktrvrrm Miinrjr llelnrned Rev Charles Stuer pastor of the St Bravo Flemish church of Mlshawala Ind is very bitter in hula denunciation- of saloon keepers who do not respect the law One erring saloon keeper who boasted that he rented two pews In the Flemish church and dish not wish to be disturbed promptly hall his money rev turned by the pastor Gnl of HrniiaUlngr tmerlfn In the year 1900 the American people spent 1154110858 For this they got 39403231 barrels of beer 97248582 gallons of proof spirits 30427 gallons of win National Advocate THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesion In the Internntlnnnl tort for Aut n UUKlOaTM sad bluish THK LESSON TEXT I Sam 1TSSW- IS And Saul armed David with his armour and he put an helmet of brass upon his head also he tinned him with a coat of mall 19 And David girded his word upon hla armour and he assayed to go for he had not proved It end David said unto Saul I cannot BO with these for have not proved them And David put them off him 40 And he took his start In his hand and chose him rive imooth stones out of the brook and put them In a shepherds bag which he had even In a scrip and his sling was In his hand and he drew near to the Philistine And the Philistine came on and drew near unto David und the man that bars the shield went before him 42 And when the 1hlllstlne looked about and saw David he dlidalned him for he was but a youth and ruddy and of a fair countenance And the Philistine said unto David Am I a dog that thou comest to me with staves And the Philistine cursed Davit by his gods And the Philistine said to David Come to me and I will Kin thfr flesh unto the fowls of the air and to the beasts of the field Then said David to the Philistine Thou comest to me with a word and with a spear and with a shield but come to thee In the name of the Lord of hosts the God of the armies of Iirael whom thou hast defied 44 This day will the Lord deliver thee- into mine hand and I will smile thee nnit take thine head from thee and will give the carcasses of the host of the Philistines this day unto the fowls of the air and to the wild beasts of the earth that all the earth may know that there Is a God In Israel And all this assembly shall know that the Lord saveth not with sword and spear for the battle Is the Lords and Hi will give you Into our hands U And It camS to pass when the Phil istine arose and came and drew nigh to inset David that David halted end ran toward the army to meet the Philistine 43 And David put his hand In JiU bag find took thence a stone and slang It and smote the Philistine In his forehead that the stone stuck Into his forehead and he fell upon his face to the earth rOIDK TKXTlf God br for as who ran be imnlnit asiItnnls11O- UTIINE OF SCniPTtUE SECTION The Philistines champion Sam David sight of Gollllh1 Sam 71530 David champion of Israel Sam li17Davids weapons Sam 7JS40 Davids triumphI Sam liUltThe Philistines routdt Sam 7064 TIME Probably about 1W2 PLACKThe frontier between Phlllstla and Israel became known as Ephes dam mlm the boundary of blood so constants the border warfare Here In the Vale of Klah at a place called Socoh the events of this lesion occurred It was ten miles from Hethlehem the home of David and eight miles from the Philistine city Calh- NOTKS AND COMMENTS Battles among the ancients often begun with a single combat between selected champions the agreement sometimes being made that this en counter should tttlc the ItMie at stake The Philistines proposed this plan to King Saul for they had with them Goliath of Goth a giant nearly ten feet tall heavily armed and al most Invulnerable Twice a day for 40 days this son of the Anakltu strutted forth and shouted his boast ful defiance to the Israelites challeng ing them to singly combat to the treat dismay of Saul and his followrr This was the state of things when David reached the battlefield He saw the boastful giant come forth for his dally challenge lie saw the cringing dismay of IliVeountrymen His blood boiled an he listened to the unavenged insults to huh country and his God That such a heathen should success fully defy the armies of the llvlty God seemed to the young patriot a great calamity Though his earnestness was ridi culed and rebuked by Ids older broth ers it was soon reported to King Saul who promptly summoned David before himTh distracted king eagerly accepts Davids offer neither ridiculing his youthful appearance nor noticing the incongruity of the shepherd boy wearing his own massive suit of at mar With his apparel The cloth Ing specially fitted to be worn un der armor The fact that David could wear Sauls clothing at all suggests that he was fullgrown perhaps 20 years old Assayed Tried Doubt lens David had never before worn armor and did not know what an encumbrance It would be to him espe cially In such a combat when his hope moat be In his own nglllly as well as in his trust in God Ills staff and his ling The only weapons he knew he could use The staff was more properly a club These with bows and arrows were doubtless the weapons lit most of Sauls army Stingers have always been fatuous In Syria and espe chilly In the tribe qf Benjamin Judges 2016 Put experience Is present power Davids sling had not Ixen Idle during the long days with the sheep He became expert with It thenThus meagerly but appropriately equipped David clambered down the ravine between the hostile camps then crowing the rushing brook that still winds along the Vale of Klah to day he began to climb time steep ascent on the other aide The disgusted giant curses the stripling antagonist he sees approaching him and boastfullydefie him The faith of the invaders was solely In theIr doughty giant Vhr n he fell they fled without further parley and as usual the rout wan accompanied by pursuit und slaughter Spear Points Leniency Is the law of tile The truly humble hide licit hu nllltyVueds always grow faster than can use a dull tool but a keen ntv would do beter work When tempted to despair of men it s tune to depend on lod- he good Is seldom expedited by the oniidnratton of expediency When u sincere seeker reaches the station of doubt It in always safe to tell him to drive tight on Hams Soru IFOR AND ABOUT WOMEN An odd and pretty finishing for the collarless neck of a lawn shirt waist Is a circle of tcnerlfte wheels outlining the neck It U especially appropriate for a house blouse Three remarkable EnRllMiwomen famous the world over are still living though at an advanced age Florence Nightingale Frances Power Cobbe am Uarnnes IlurdettCoutts The latter whom King Edward before the death of Queen Victoria spoke of as the sec and woman In the British empire has Just entered her second year Dark rings under the eyes show that the body In one way or another Is be- Ing overtaxed by worry or that the ph Mcal system U deranged lack of rest late hours or an Irregularity of the kidneys will bring those gray heavy lines Drink plenty of water every day get out of doors regularly look after the diet and gel to bed early Considerable space Is given to Prof Leo KonlgMucrgcrs new lhree volume biography of Helmholtz to the wife of that eminent man of science Thanks to her Intelligence and persona churns her home was for a long time the social headquarters of the savants In Berlin most of whom were Intimate friends of Helmholtz Among his Kng llsh friends the warmest were lord leiyin Faraday and Tyndall The success of women as insurance solicitors Is a good argument against the old Idea that the sex has no reasoning powers Managers say that they present their facts In a most forceful manner and show tact In handling their patrons Their best clients are among working women most of whom have others dependent on hem and professional women are quick to see the value of life Insurance The action of the companies In accepting women on the same rate of premium as men hu done murh to enlarge the field GOSSIP OF WRITERS A Japanese author Is sail to have completed a work of fiction that ruins Into 90 volumes The Swedish government has ron trlbuted 120000 to the publication of Sven Hedlns Asiatic maps and two volumes of travels to be translated Into English The lalp Margaret Thoreceti was one of the IxMtknown Norwegian writers her last novel has just mad Us posthumous appearance She was a pupil of Hji rn on and stepmother Inlaw of Ibsen Several times a day for a gNx l many years financial writers for the New York papers have congregated Ir a orlaln spacious room In the ache controlled by floury Clews Co In the Mills building there to swap news and illftciiBa the dally situation Short ly after the establishment nf the hank Inc house of Livermore Clews Co In the early COa Mr Clews set aside a room for this purpose and the dell cute attention has1 been continued nil these years up to date The old gentleman at all times genial and III diligent to the newspaper boys lei dole fills In meet them at thrill dally gatheringsFACTS AND FANCIES The Income of the British post office train money In envelopes having no or Insulllclcnt address Is 30000 or J33000 a day A dog wax seen In the streets of Paris the Athcr day riding on a motor car wearing a pair of chauffeurs gog gins to protect his eyes from the dual and wind It said that nowhere In the old world dn the Jews enjoy such a de gree of liberty as In the country where their fathers were once slaves This U probably because Egypt Is subject to British rule In Cairo there are flv synagoguesNo tattooed on the fotillltli of a burglar who was sen tfrcd to 13 montliH1 ImprlMonment In Paris the other day lie said the words hal been there since he was a child and had cxpjclsed an unholy spell on him ever since POINTED PARAGRAPHS Revenge Is sweet only to the Y8ry small individual It lii always an era of hard time with the shiftless man Scolding women are less rldlculou than swearing men Love makes the wise man foolish and the fool completely daffy Money Isnt the root of all fitWhats the matter with a stray hog In your garden- A man exhibits great presence of unlash If he Isnt absentminded when the contribution box comes his way Through the 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Witll Sip WHEN BABV WRITES A LETTE- Rpeen bUT writes a lettrr to her Daddy far w y Tae occasion1 molt Imvertant for she has to much to say Bh ells up to the table ai grownup folks all do And then a pile of paper all around her we must strew With Urandroaa golden spectacles safe perched upon her note she dips her rn Into the Ink then straight- to work she goes And the onslaught fierce that follows would tilt ou with dismay When baby writes a Utter to her Daddy faraway Baby rends her love to Daddy and hopes that he Is well 4 the sentence by lint Indltesher methods I must tell For the sweet and simple menage that expresses liabys love It a dot and dash and Ills Ink plash below and just above She perforates the paper with many tiny pricks And plays a tattoo ou hr chair with sundry little kicks Ard all the floor Is scattered oer with frag ments of the tray To tell us Baby writing to her Daddy tusway- The letter ts a long otto for scores of hetsare used And every one bears witness to the way Its been abused A puge for every word she takes she quite Ignores the linn While each one as Its written to oblivion she consigns Tu n proudly for an envelops Mils Ilaby now will call Ard she fills it full of paper with no writ InK on at nil The address Is so Illegible much regret to say Its doubtful If two ever reach dear Daddy faraway Charles Noel l ougUs In Womans llons Companion rThe Trouble on the Toronto I BY FRANCIS LYNDK Copfri hl lul bf teI Ired1 CHAPrai XtIIXTlXVIJI A hundred yards below the darn workings my ditch crossed the trull below anil the utream by n boxflume bridge n crazy Mrnrtnrc on spind lung Ultll that wcnvrd nnd racked under mo us I ran I did not ilnrn to took down or aside until I hud won across nnd then IIIIIW that I was too late and Mint I wise ou the wrong aide of the stream The wnodrn coffcrduni was built out from the other side of the canyon and the engineer tearing h1lItll where I had once left urine had rlimlxcl to the top of the tlnitx ring to look down Into the seething Hood hammrrlng nt Ita upper lde and weeping foamflecked pant Its outer extremity And on the trail below with his home neighboring plnyful ly with WvknmpV Will Maephennn wnltlng quietly until the engineer should llulsli hili Inapectlon and conic down My end of the flume was In the shadow of the canyon wall and knew that neither of thrill could see me but I stood up and wood my aria and shouted to them My tongue clave to lily teethnnd whether my cries were louder than whisper I know not It mattered little the thunder of the torrent was deafening nnd no warning shout of wine could dominate It With baking kiieex I clljnliod n little higher on the canyon wnll to lay hold of a gunned tree growing front n cleft In the rock When I looked again the engineer had turned to creep back over the cobhouse tIn bering of the cofferdam In the hat anelng instant Isaw a wormlike thread of fire ruling ha way up Into the block Mhudowt on the down stream side of the tfmlierlng saw It uiil saw that Macphcrsnti Imil seen it lie vas urging his horse up the trail and his ringing shout came to me above line din and turmoil of the waters Then the thread of lire dU ippeared n rumbling crash shook the mountain ilia the shock of an f earthquake I heard the grinding Crunch of Nhattered tlinlxTM and when I looked again the cofferdam had liecomo a mere logjam in the adding whirlpool and the released torrent was breasthigh on the trail where Macphersou had halted Hut for the sight of him sending his horse rlgzng up the steep acclivity opposite I should hnvn fainted nnd fallen As it was my brain reeled rind n horrible nauxen seized me Kor it that nfbmcnt Maephernon flung himself from thin back of the scram hung bronco nnd ran out on the wreck of the timbering to look drxtn inio tfcp rhhIIo ri4cvn roaring through the gap I looked too and saw what he snv In the spume of the caldron clinging ties perately to one of the half sub merged logs of the wrecked colter deut vvaa the engineer I saw his face upturned In the moonlight and It was the face of a man whose life had eaten out the fortitude wherewith a brave man may go to his death And on the broken timbering above within nrmxreiich of the drowning man Macphernon stood and looked down upon him He had but to withhold his hand and Gods ven geance would fall swift and sure upon the poor worm writhing on its log In the reek tutu spume of the whirlpool CHAPTKIl XI PriLA PETITE UUUIUIK It Will a sodden thing limp anti unresponsive that Mucpherson dragged out of the maw of the hungry whirlpool and carried across the tot tering wreck of the cofferdam to tho half flnichcd excavation in tho oppo site canyon slide When I jollied him by way of the precarious flume bridge and a scramble slang the steep acclivity down which I had Roe shotto a plunge ifc the icy waters of the stream hwaK imik lug a fire In the shelter of the exca vation hurrying tremulously and Jolledaftment he seemed to take my presence quite as a matter of course Look him over Jack for iod8 sake tell me If IU murderer he gasped going down on his hands and knees to blow the spark In the kindling Ho had propped the engineer In a corner of the cutting stud I lost no time In obeying the command AH nearly us I could determine there were no unties broken but there were two or three slight scalp wounds and tie man was well drowned Pull yourself together Angus and help me I sold throwing off my overcoat The fellows drowned nail hell a dead man Ifwe dont get to work Oil him pretty suddenly Fortunately we hath know what to do and how to 0 about It but there was n despairing halfhour or more of it before the first long drawn sigh of returning life rewarded our efforts Macpherson worked silently with set teeth and the tireless pa tience of n piece of machinery anti when Wyknmp began to breathe tint orally he stunk back and covered his face with hut hands A pebble rattled down the slope of the excavation and I looked up Setter was standing at the pitedge gazing down upon us like a man lately aroused from his first sleep ell Ill be dadburned he said clambering down to stare first at the two of us and then nt the uncon scious engineer This yeren whnt all the rumpus was about eh Dam busted to kingdom come nn that her his epithet was quite nccur nt but wholly iinreportnhlc drowned dead as donall lilt waked us nub up downt the house nn I thort Id thess mog along tip nn see wlmtalld happened Mae took his face out of Ills hands Let up on that Take he said quietly Or perhaps Id better tell you to stick to It for your life I know why tho dam went out and so does Mr llaleotl If he doesnt know indicating the sodden figure at the other hieof the fireyou are safe to lie out of It And youre just In time to cover your tracks Hustle yourself down to tile engi neers camp nnd rout them out Tell them the boss is lucre half dead nod hate them send for him Sellers face sharply relieved In the firelight wns n study In baffled enmity mingled with fear Hut he made no more denials arid went straightaway on hula errand leaving Us to watch with the half lend one It was n long time before Mncphcr son broke silence to fin y How much do Oil know Jack m 11IIf It I thlllk except that Im taking It for granted that Xnn is responsible for some things your being lure for one She Isnt he said soberly Hut she Has told me what you didnt think It was safe to tell me If thats what you mean I shook my head The ways of n woman are past finding out Wluil possible object could she hove In signing her lovers death warrant after that fashion The Hush under the bronze in Mac plicrsouit trace may have been no more than the reflection of the ruddy firelightHave you forgotten the pony and the riding leacons he asked shame facedly No Well it appears that slar hnxnt I oughtnt to tell It even on her but It KCCIIIK that slur has been playing that thing with a contemptuous nod toward the unconscious cog ricer oft against against Miss Sanborn ills laugh was forced and It was not pleasant to hear I dont believe she considered him In the matter at nil What she loud In mind was the hope that her information would turn me against the schoolmistress As a matter of fact sloe was unwise enough to sayso in so many words And Instead of that It sent you uutxAvitli murder In your heart I dont wonder The unpleasant laugh came again Dont take Hides with the devil t he said shortly I ought to kill him but Ive promised trot to nnd I He covered his face again bursting out presently In an npbubbllng of mingled wrath and remorse Oh my Hod Jack you dont know what a temptation It was when I saw him down there gasping nnd struggling good ns dead anti by no act of mine All I hall to do wan to turn nnd walk away Youre right there wns murder In my heart for tim tenth part of a second thou though there hadnt been up to that momentAnd yet you followed him up here for the express purpose of killing him I persisted Lila look wan of blank surprise Oh no he said Havent you heardWhat can hear when you stay aw y3 nnd I am slap up with a family in which speech dear that tin common gossip of the settlement id At n premium 1 retorted Irritably Plots I forgot Weve been coming to blows down in my end of the valleythe boys and Wykamps men Connolly and Ivilgore hale both been making campfires of the stakes again nud day before yester day the reprisals began In lend earnest Ive lost half n dozen prime steers and last night we saved the hay stacks by standing guard over them with till Winchesters This afternoon Mexican George tool a potshot nt Hart from behind a bowlder in Elk canyonmissed him of course n Greaser cant hit any thing and I thought It was about time to serve notice on the man who In responsible Thats what brought me up here tonight They told meat the camp that Wykamp had come up lucre and I thought It would be a good chance to get him by himself Forgive me Angus I sold In honest contrition Youre a letter mot than I thought you were it bet ter man than Id be under the same conditions Im afraid What will you do Get over on the aggressive side The man on the other side of the fire stirred uneasily and groaned and Macpherson waited until I made sure that Wykamp watt still beyond eavesdropping Get over on time aggres slue side nail begin the development of my placer As a stockman they can do me up cold every time but when I turn miner I shall have the entire legal machinery of the great est mining state In the union behind me The boys will be up here with their picks and shovels tomorrow morning and we shall build a flume nail stake a peremptory demand for water Well get it Not even the Glenlivat syndicate Is big enough to buck against a minters right And when weve used the water In our rifllc boxes It can go down to the settlers for their burnt up fields- I see I said Why didnt you do It long ago The time wasnt ripe Between us I dont hope to make anything out of the placer Weve all planned at it now and then and nobody line found more than a few colors to the pan nut It comes In pat now just at the right time Public sentiment strong on the side of the settlers nnd against the land company and happen to know that President Haldwln beginning to be a bit un certain about this location for the damn Did you see the pit before the colTerdnni went out and filled It up yes it was fully 20 feet deep and they were still In this loose shale If they goon amid put In their masonry its pennies to dollars that thin first cloudburst tnkl1tOllt BaldwIn knows the risk amid so do the stock holders The ntock has gone down ten points in as many days That was why they got together and made n pool to try to buy me out Decent figure Fairly decent They strained a point nil the points Imagine In the present uncertain condition of ntTalrs but I wouldnt sell for twice fifty thousand- I dont blame you its more than n money fight rcslnhcllpersonal matter but Im afraid its come to be that with me The tiny when I cnn run that fellow out of this valley nt the tall of n broken enterprise will be n happy our for mr Its the least I can donud the most And Ill do It If I live Wyktimp flung Ms arms abroad liken Minn In n bad dream I laughed aloud The grim humor of the thing YOU FOLLOWED HIM TO KILL HIM was Irresistible Here for an hour we hall been straining every nerve to save the life of a man whose death was every way desirable but checked myself at once Macpher son was glowering nt the prostrate figure beyond the fire In n way that made me shiver I made haste to bunk the fires of wrath It Is unfortunate that Seller has put himself on the wrong side of the criminal fence I remarked Mncpherson responded quickly nail glad of the diversion It is devilish unfortunate The thing hangs by a thread If that fel low suspects that it was giant powder and not the flood well all hear iron It Will he suspect Macpherson shook his head Hell reason It out if he hasnt been too badly shaken up And well be lucky If were not dragged In OR witnesses Ho went silent for a minute and when he continued his thought was for me Say Jack suppose you take the hack track to the farmhouse There Is no used of your being mixed up in this and if youre not here when his men come no one will be the wiser Follow the bed of th ditch and yBu wont meet them The advice was sound but I hesi muted Hut that will leave you to boar thin brunt of it alone Angus He waved me oft Go on and go now or it will be too late Im in for It anyway because he saw me Get n move I went nt that scrambling across to the line of the ditch nnd wallow hag downward through the dry sand of its bed Halfway to the gap In the hogback I could look down upon the party of rescuers on Its way up the trail anti was half minded to turn back when I saw It was headed see the Mexican Hut I went on when reflected that Macphersou would account for himself quite as well without s Aih me None the less it was a relief a few minutes later to be overtaken by my friend at the point whern the ditch crossed this road to enfer time Seller Held They are bringing him down queriedYes He cnme to anti sal up just after you left He isnt hurt very much He would have dismounted make me ride but the distance was nothing Will you go back to the Slx Mlle tonight I asked when We reached the gate Seller will put you up No Ill go on back If I didnt show up before morning the boys would raid Wykamps outfit Good night You go in and take about three fingers and go to bed Youll be in luck If this doesnt down you again To Ds Continued WAS GOING TO UlMERIKY And Kllsn Wanted tier Hat TeindIn the Latest Style for the ETe t One day a stout person penetrated from the laundry to the drawing room door hastily pulling down the sleeves over her scarlet muscular arms says Nineteenth Century lilt you please missus she said doosta think th yoong lady as ii so clever at tritnmln thats ad be 10 kind as to trim me oop one A ardly like to ask but hoos that kind a thowt ad try The young lady a visitor in the house was greatly taken with the idea and the dolly tub was left to Itself for a time while Eliza expound ed her views which were definite as to choice among the prevailing lash louts When the work of art was completed she expressed high satis faction tlA wanted to lulk well wen a goes over there to mayeon and is family dyo hecV Over where Kllrn 1 IIWhoer at Meriky missus aln going to see un just now A meant to Ins year but n couldna save quite enough for th passage money now wi yo washln all winter hunts a right so am goln over in th Teutonic week after next to save II look round at them aw Theres myals ters uslmnd out too since last Ilar naby and my neebour as well While works been slack In town folks thowt theyd try th other side So Eliza tried the other side too but not finding It to her liking re turned to Mllltown and reappeared at the washtub with as little in the way of travelers tales as anyone who ever left her native land Tmlpolm nt 1thole ante A resident of this city is the own er of a One aquarium and recently commissioned a street urchin to procure for him sonic tadpoles from suburban ponds proaJtiug to pay In- cents for n eiinfiil of the wrigglers The buy was not of a selfish nature on time contrary he told all hU ac quaintances for blocks around of this new source of revenue and there was a veritable exodus to the tadpole regions When the gentleman reached hunt in the evening he was met by his wife with a reproachful countenance Almost immediately he detected the sound of shrill juvenile voices pitched high in dispute Lined up at the back door he found the original contrac tor reenforced by a score or more of his comrades each bearing in his hand an old tomato can tilled with tadpoles The aquarium owner being possegped of a sense of humor took in thee situation at a glance and good naturcdly decided to receive the entire catch gluing to each boy a dime When all had obtained their stipend the boys gave one mighty cheer and scattered in all directions llaltimor Sun The Stalker Stalked The hunter in pursuit of big game unit be prepared for time unexpected Mr Horace A Vachell In Life and Sport on the Pacific Slope relates the experience of a friend of his a man for whose veracity he vouches My friend was after bear and was accom panted by an Indian guide whom he always took with him on such trips One morning they sighted a large wapiti which they wounded The Indian took the trail hut the hunter knowing the habits of wound ed deer took n short cut across some hills hoping to get another shot at the wapiti as it crossed a certain di vide He reached the dR48e and climbed a tree for a wideroutlook Presently the wapiti came slowly up the steep slope the Indian followed knife in hand and then behind the Indian not 10 yards intervening wad died a huge bear So intent was the Indian upon his quarry that he was unaware that he in his turn was be ing tracked tina bullet whistled past his head from the hunters rifle an4 laid the bear low That was a surprised Indian The Bachelor Opinions The truth that is in wine Is about AS sincere as the lies that are charityThe only vigilant night watchmeji nre the wives who sit up waiting for their husbands to come home A woman can respect her husband business ability if he cnn keep here front finding out anything rnout his businessThe never was born who coqjd understand how you can love hit without telling her so twice In every 15 seconds No matter how low down n man knows he is he never feels he has gone to the limit till he lets wore an make love to hhuX Y Press Trylna Adversity tries some men and polity judges try others T Cfciftg If News REMARKABLE PHENOMENON Flnhof ti rhtnlalC Turn n Sew Jrrnay Men ISnlr from n tonllllarlr tu a Snorrr IVhllr One flash of lightning bus turned the coal black hair of Thonins Koxhall to a snowy white Mr Koxhallit expert rice s one of the most renlnrkable in phenlIlIennUeN Jand once n week his business requires him to visit Philadelphia Hew there stated in the office of a friend when a thunderstorm broke over the building There was a bllndinf flash followed almost instantly by a peal of thunder The coneuasion was co great that it caused the window panes to shiver precedIng ghostlywere stunned and blinded When they recovered their senses they saw a great dent in the floor where the thunderbolt had passed It was not more than three feet from the chair In which Mr Foxhall had been sittingMr Toxhall scarcely was aware of the change which had taken place In hmlself until ha looked at himself In a mirror Then he saw his hair had turnedwhite There was no pain no distress further titan the feeling of numbness which follows an electrical shock mysterloulclouds could have bleached the pig ment in the hair tubes without cans ing Instant death So far as known there no similar ease on record RABBITS BOARD A TRAIN Animals Are Driven to Kloodnoaad Car to Arald feint Drowned Pro vide Pnaseniiera with Came Diet Klllot Q Houston of the Denver ItecordSlockraan had an uncomforta ble experience in traveling through the water belt of Kansas during the recent floods on his way to mils old home at Louisville Ky With 48 oth er passengers lie was waterbound for MX days on a Missouri Pacific train four miles from Bridgeport lan It was impossible either to move the train forward or to go back and in a short time the food supply was ex haunted and the male passengers rustled eatables among the farmers cf the neighborhood We exhausted the food the first daysaid Mr Houston At the start we were told that we could have but two meals instead of three meals a day Every semblance of food was quickly gone and then it became necessary for the mole passengers to get something to eat The farmhouses saved us Several of us got boats and rowed from house to house each jtay and In this way secured fooduflicient for at least one meal n day One means of securing food seemed to be furnished by Providence Tho water drone pour little rabbits up under the very whcls of the cars As the water crept higher the rabbits actually got on top of the wheels Every morning It was easy to collect as many rabbits as we could eat That seems remark able but It was really a fact King Enter Duck Door While visiting In WelshMen recent ly ling Christian returned to his pal ace on foot The sentinel dill not recognize him and taking him for a humble soldier ordered him to go to the back door Insinuating that the front one was only accessible to hits betters The king acquiesced mildly and entered by the back door He recounted the Incident litter laughing much over it MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 3 CATTLECommon 2 75 0 3 90 Heavy steers 4 85 Gf 5 15 CALVESExtra 0 6 50 HOGSShIppers 510 0 5ro Mixed packers 5 30 0 5 35 SHEEPExtra 3 25 0 3 35 LAMBSExtra 5 60 0 5 75 FLOUH Spring pat 4 35 0 4 70 WHEATNo 2 red 0 78 No 3 winter 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 53 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 3- 4RyENo2 6G 0 57 HAY Ch timothy 017 50 PORKClear family 016 95 LARD Steam 7 50 0 7 62y BUTTER Ch dairy 0 12 20yjAPPLESPOTATOES Per bbl 1 65 0 1 75 TOBACCO New 3 50 0 9 00 Old 5 50 013 00 Chicago FIOUHWlnter pat 3 75 0 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 77u0 794- No 3 spring 80 0 S- tCORNN52 mixed 0 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 33itif 35 i- RyENo2 j 50ft PORKMess 13 55 0413 60 LARD Steam 770 QJ 7 75 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 50 Q 3 85 WHEATNo2 red Qi 83y CORNNo 2 mixed 58 OATS No 2 mixed tn 39 RYE Western 0 58J3 PORKFamily Grt17 50 LARDSteam 0 785 Baltimore WHEAT Xo 2 red 790 7976 55yaOATSNoCATTLE Steers 5 00 0 5 25 HOGS Western 090 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 77 CORN No 3 mixed 0 55 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 39 PORKMess 015 00 LARD Steam 0 8 00 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red G 76144 CORN No 2 5116 OATSNo 2 mixedL 31 A Worm Killer J A J Montgomery Puiioo Wayne Co Mo writesIII have little t twin girls who have been bothered with worms all their lives I tried everything to relieve them which fail ed until I used Whites Cream Vermi fogs the first two dose brought four worms from one of them the next two doses twelve one of them measur lug twelve inches the other child weeuonly relieved of four worms It most excellent medicine White Cream Vermifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to perfect growth wards off sickness 2rxj Sold at East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond KyiICApital and 180000 We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pret S S PARKES Cashier Watch for a ChilltHowever slight at this time of year and in this climate it is the fore runner of Malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill bino by its prompt stimulative HerIon the liver drives the malarial out of the system purifies the blood tones up the system and restores health SOc Sold by East End Drug Cows teumetlr otrtal iia4I Sid nodd Ifstah di1d i Invention tor ft rePOrt oa Inta1i1llsi ftor me hook f IS Row tt 1JecUt heJtI ellt IBmI4W if Violent Attnek of Dlarrhocn Cured by Chiuibarltlnt Colic CholeraIand Ulanlior BeIPerhaps a Life Saved itA short time ago I was taken witbIa violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had lot gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton AlaCIA friendrecommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a twentyfive cent bottle and after taking three doses of it was sntirely cured I consider it the best I in the world for bowel com plaints For sale by 8 E Welch Jr Orders fo- rRegal ShoesIWatch and clock repairing 0 UM t specialties of Williams shop v I Agency H tsedryITake all your tr ublM I Um Work gUAranteedI EARLY RISERS TIE FAM8US time PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jun dice Dliilnssi and iiI troubles aruc lag from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWttls Little Early Riser are un equellsd They act promptly and MYOr grip They Ire so dainty that It is a pleasure to lake them One to two act as a mild laxative two or tour act as a pleasant and effective cathirtla They are purslv vegetable end absolutely harmhaa Thay tonic the liver IUI OtUtt UK SlirT Till rvao a C C DWltt fiCo ChlcQo- Bold by the Lent End Drug Co i C THE CITIZEN H It 111111111 + H IIIIIIHIIIIIII + IIIIIH+ IIIH l Berea and Vicinity y I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES j IIIIIIttIIIIIIIfI P M Lutes of Van Alstyno Tox is visitiug his sister MrsLC DuncAn Rev And Mrs II DL Jones retur od from their northern trip Monday Miss Allie Fowler visited her par outs at Livingston last week Mrs L V Dodge is sick at hor homo this week though the illness is not considered serious Mrs Mary Moss of Richmond is spending a week in Boron with her mother Mrs Doty Miss Maggie Wallace returned Friday from an extended visit with friends at Livingston Ky Oscar Preston returned from London Ky whore he had been helpiu out in the Echo olfice for two weeks Charley Reynolds our genial night agent left yesterday with his wife for a two weeks vacation at Niagara Falls and other points Mrs J II Harrison of Kansas City Kan and her two children arrived on Tuesday to make a isit of several weeks with her sister Mrs L V Dodge The white public schools of Beret began Monday with the promise of a successful year Miss Ellen Hayes and W J Blanton are the teachers Dr JW Williams of Big Hill has resumed work for the A II Lewis Medicine Co after an enforce idleness of eight weeks due to sick nessJohn Mann came from Chicag Tuesday night to join his wife am little son for an extended visit in this vicinity At present they are with Mrs E H Yocum The annual picnic of the Baptis Sundayschool will occur Saturday at Slate Lick Members will meet at the church at H n m where wagon will be waiting Prof E G Dodge returned FrIday from Urbana Ohio where ho has been teaching the year past He wil spend the remainder of the vacation hero and return to Urbana in the fall Mrs Jennie Lester Hill returns from Jackson Breathitt county Satur day where she was in attendance up on the Teachers Institute lo nigh sessions were held Ninetythre teachers were present Burleigh Lainhart 9 years old who broke his leg Wednesday of last week while coasting down the hill ot Boone street ina smallwagon is doing nicely Drs Switzer and Robinson set the broken bone The dedication of Ike Pilot Knol church will occur next Sunday morn ing Aug 0 at 11 oclock The dedi catory sermon will be preached by- Ref H M Shouse of Borea Basket dinner on grounds Everybody in vitedJames Ambrose wife and two chil dren returned Tuesday from attend ing a reunion of the Ambrose family at Oreenhall Ky Mr Ambrose brother John and his family whc came in from Indiana to attend the reunion also returned to Borea The County Teachers Institute closed last Friday and was one of the most successful in years About 8C teachers were in attendance eleven ol whom are to be credited to Berea as follows Misses Emma Haagan Ellen and Lucy Hays Nannie and Rachel Bales Fannie Allen Mrs Cynthia Qoyle Mrs Talitha Gay Clift and Messrs P D Smith B P Allen and W J Blanton An Explanaiion Futhor explanation seems necessary regarding the new position of the Institution towards children whose parents live in Boron Hitherto chil then havobeen admitted to classes and given aid in case of need when over they chose to come The result has been that those who began in the fall at the opening of the term were greatly hindered by those who strag gled in later The children have no mado the host progress Those who have gone partly to the public schools and partly to the college have not done their boat Miss Miller and other teachers brought the matter up and said they could not do their boat for the children unless they had them i more steadily and were less confus ed by the entrance of new children late in the year The College therefore earnestly advises all parents in 9Berea to select such children as thoy to give the best advantages to and send them to the Institution for tile full year i The Kingston baseball team do Coated the College Hill team Saturday in a well played game at Moberly by Leo scorn of 7 to fi Kingston drew four players front Berea A W Titus who has been mail mls seuger between the post ollico alld depot here for the last 20 yearN was succeded on Aug 1st by Lewis John sou the liveryman Mr Titus mallo a fine record never missing n trip iu the 20 years and only missing 001 nations at the train twice n A GREAT OFFER Daily Louisville Times Weekly Courle Journal and The Citizen Six Months for SI50 By special arrangements we will south Tilt CITIZEN and Weekly Cot rffrJoiirnal and Daily 7x iisr Yi Times all three for six months to the same or separate addresses Cor only 51 50 The price of the Loui villo Times alone for six months is 300 thus giving you threo papers for half the price of one This olTer is for a limited time only and is mead to old as well as new subscribers oC TilE CITIZEN If you are an old subscriber we will give you credit Cor Mc on your subscription Addres all orders with flM inclosed to TilE CITIZEN Berea Ky- Jthes M RACER Editor The above offer will be withdraw August 31 NOTICE All persons having claims agains the estate of B C Richardson are hereby notified to file sane with mlt properly verified for payment on or before August 25 1103 at the Bern Junking Companys Bank in Der- Ky or same will be bmedW H PORTER Admr Dn bonis lion B C ICIIABDSOS Eitate FOR SALE AT ONCE Kitchen range with reservoir sot oC linningroora chairs dining table heaters bureau and other householt roodsJens BOWMAN next to Baptist church H+ IIVVVVVVV College Items i t u HERE AND THERE IJMiss Bottle Nolan a student las year was injutod in the recent rail road wreck at Brodhead Rockcasth county though it is not thought seriously Former students W M Robiuetti iud Pearl Clonbus are teachers in 3reathitt county this year Thomas Knuckles who was a student hero for somo years hut who is nov a famiiy man with a wife and two children both boys is a cam li Into for the nomination for clerk of the Circuit court of Bell county with food prospects for securing UK nomination Millard Knuckles is teaching ir Bell county this year Taylor andCalloivay Bingham have ocated near Pinoville Boll county and are sinking an oil well on their armProf and Mrs M E Marsh and Tutor E F Dizney returned Friday row the Summer school at Knoxville Tenn They report a successful term Friends of Miss Mary McClelland oC Fredericktown Ohio who was B student in time College Department two years ago will bo glad to learn that she is to enter school again this Call Word has boon received from Miss Lilias Burman a student hero in J HOI 2 that she is expecting to return to lerea in September Miss Burmans ddrcisls 517 West Trail St Jackson Mich Mr Gilbert Woimer loaves today jra weeks visit at his homo in Buf falQ N Y- TreasnrerT J Osborno expected homo tonight Mr Arthur SuiTern spent Sunday at the home of Perry Shrock in Ash fibula Ohio The seats are being taken out of the oast end of tho Tabernacle a floor is being put in and it is being fitted up for use as a gymnasium the coming year The now assistant Treasurer B E artmoll will bo horo tomorrow to enter upon his duties Funeral Services of Mrs Laura Fee Embree Tho funeral services over tho reo mains of Mrs Laura Fee Embreo were hold from the Second church Monde afternoon at threo oclock Tho friends ot tho departed showed their love by numerous offerings ofc lowers antipotted plants Tho church was crowded and tho entin audience was in mourning The opening prYer was led by Re M K Pasco of the CCongregation Church after which RevIt1 Dor thickMrs Emhreos pnstorroml HomoI of her favorite passages of Mrs E II Yociiin thou spoke o Mrs Embrcos great love for Jlloplo amt her worry over sin only of tho importance she attached to tho lion life and responsibility of parent J n watching over and guiding tlmir children aright antiof her soul ness to help others Prof L V Dodge spoke of her familiarity with tho Scriptures tho word of God of how in every tryillg circumstance her motto was Lot see what God says about it and sho would bo ready with a passage oC Scripture calculated to comfort to Leach to admonish or to rebuke IIR the need of tho case might boo Boy n J Dorthick spoke of Mr Embrees anxiety for tho advancemei oC Christs Kingdom and of lllr mitiring efforts as worker in thlt Kingdom yet she thought sho did but littlo and rejoiced that she had hree sons and her daughters to do tho work which she could not accomplish in her short life Re Derthick emphasized tho fact that tho treat love which sho had for peopl md her earnest spirit of holpfitlnns veto divine gift that tho seciot of it all was her close walk with Christ nlltl her daily communion with Him By special request Edwin S Fe sweetlY mid impressively saug Mrs imbrees favorite song Paved liy Grace During tho song and Indeei hroughout the entire service more than one nay even many of those iresont lot us hope breathed prnye to Heaven for strength for a close walk with God Rev 11 M Shouse of the Baptis hurch led in the closing prayer liter opportunity had been given Cor tho congregation to take one lust lool nt tho form of thin one who had so lov od them and whom thoy had so loved the interment in tho Borea cemetery took place Of Mrs Embreos children Ed- will and Hallio were with hei when she died Howard and Will in response to a telegram onrm rom Sudbury Ontario Canada nnd were present at the funeral Hoi rothers Edwin S Fee with his wifi and daughter Nellie and Howard J ee of Clarksburg Iud Mrs Clara Williams a cousin of Germantown Ky and Sophia lodges of Cincin nati wore also present from a list ance An jatthly life has ceased hut only to give place to an inlinitelj Tighter and more glorious life with God her Father and Christ her Eldei Irothor among time angelic throng in Heaven DaWItt U llioNillilP When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salo look for tho name DeWITT on gory box Time pure unadulterated Witch hazel is used in making Di mitts Witch Hazel salve which if- lthe best salvo in the world for cuts urns bruises boils eczema anti piles Thu popularity of DnWittn Witch Hazel Salvo duo to its many cures hafl caused numerous worthless imterfcils to bo placed on tho mar ketorhe genuine boars tho nami fE C DoWitt C Co Chicago Sold by East End Drug Co For sate First classbuilding brick constantly on hand Wa also have hard burned rickanti bats for cisterns at very low- priceDERr COLLEGE BRICK YARD A report of the Princeton TheologL icnl Summary Alumni figures the aerage life of its 11 ministers who hao died in tho last year at sixty eight years A flue line of glassware tinware and jardinieres now on hard at time ACKET STORE Main St Richmond John Tinsloy the negro who caused tho raco riots at Evansville hid by killing a policeman died Saturday morning in tho Indiana Reformatory at Joffersonville Strength and vigor come of good Cood duly digested Force a read f- toseno wheat anti barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes vigoratos BEREAS INVITATION WISE MEN BELIEVE IN EDUCATION That education makes men and women better hap pier and more useful has long been known by people of Rte and experience but young people are liable to un derestimate the value of the training and discipline of the schools They arc eager to make money to engage in business to do what others arc doing This is es- peciallyt true in regions remote from high grade schools and colleges Where there is no competition trade languishes Where there are no printing presses nor libraries nor high grade schools learning goes a begging The Mountains of Eastern Kentucky and adjoin ing States hemmed in by natural harriers far front sea coast railroads and navigable rivers have been depriv cd of the great advantages of modern life While the North anti West have made rapid strides in developing their resources and improving their conditions tfie peo pie of the Mountains have for the most part retained the plain and simple customs of their fathers They have likewise emulated the virtues of their sturdy ancestors andescaped many of the vices prevalent in the large cit ies A more loyal hospitable honmc loving people does not exist TRAINING NEEDED AS NEVER BEFORE But conditions of the past cannot remain Capital has discovered the wealth of timber and mineral in the Mountains The immense tracts of forest time rich veins of fine coal and the deposits of gas and oil have attract ed speculators and the country so long shut in is being opened up with n rush that was scarcely dreamed of wen a few years ago Railroads telegraphs and pipe lines are penetrating the remotest places Instead ol the crack of the teamsters whip and the huntsmans rille there arc heard the roar of the train and the noises of traffic The quiet unmolested life of the Mountaineer will soon be a thing of the past The question is What will he do about it Will he fit his boys to handle the lumber and improve tho farm or will his boys he push ed aside by strangers The beauty and fertility of the Mountains will attract homeseekers The Mountaineer will have close competition and a sharp struggle to hold his own He has the backbone the muscle and the character What he needs is education Not alone the education that enables him to rood and write but one that will give him real skill for tanning or shop nnd for business The trained mind and the skilled hand must go together There never was a time when brains and skill were in so great demand We are sending our fine woods far off to places where there is skill for man ufacture Why not have the skill here at home and let benefit te do is thoour own families reap the Ability key to success The man who cnn think plan direct and manage and who is not amid to soil his hands with honest labor will command both money and respect The young man who is wise enough to grasp the situation and prepare himself for it will be wanted at time front To hesitate now is to lose in the und BEREA COLLEGE WILL HELP YOU The mission of Hcrea College is to provide an educa tion and industrial training for all boys and girls who will avail themselves of its advantages Power of mind and skill of hand can be acquired at the same time Any of character who hasyoung man or young woman good health and is willing to work can come to linen College and take up the kind of studies and work that will suit him or her best The cost of living is small room rent is low and the tracking is free There is no other school h all this region so well adapted to the needs of the people nor so well equipped as Hcrea College No matter what your preparation is you cnn enter and be placed in a class where you will make most rapid prog ress Every grade is provided rom the primary up through a complete college course Jfaoks arc furnished free to all students below a first grade certificate HOW TO PICK THE BEST SCHOOL Many people make mistakes because they do not know how to pick out the right school to attend There is as much difference in the points of schools as of horses I In many schools the student goes home every week and his mind is taken away from his studies At Berea everything is so arranged as to be most favorable to study Of course students make more rapid progress 2 In most places where there arc schools there arc saloons and countless temptations At Berea there are no temptations except those that a student brings with him Of course Derca students arc safer and show gieater improvement in character 3 In many schools the lessons arc only 20 minutes long At Berea they arc 45 or 55 minutes long and naturally the students get better instruction and more drill 4 In many schools three or four teachers try to carry on all of the grades and branches At Herea there is a special teacher for rach lower grade sometimes two or three and a special teacher for each department of advanced study In this way the instruction is certain to be vastly hatter 51In many schools the only things to teach from arc the books anti a few maps At Berea there are thousands of dollars worth of expensive apparatus Arc not good tools as profitable in education as anywhere else G In many schools there is nothing to readexcept the textbooks llere Limas twenty thousand books and seven literary societies a band glee clubs etc which help the young people to find amusement and recreation that will be profitable 7 Most schools arc conducted to make money and often the teachers take little interest in the students At Berea every teacher is a Christian man or woman and will be a real friend To be continued next week r 11a Anlrpl Story For Little Folks rThe Featherless Ostrich t There tins n great crowd of clrciH nion who went to animal land to catch the rarest nuliimU hut they could lliul 4Inches JI much sift runl limit wlmt were they to 1107 None of them know except Ueorco henry Od Jnlllinroinid to whore the other won amid did not have a ulllrllllltIwhole body l What on earth h the unhurt nak ed hie hruthor Vhnt have you dunetto yourself Cant you we nuked lemrgllenryrHinllliiK Ive plucked nil of my foam ers out nnd now tho circus nioii will not wnnt niu IUHIIIIHO they will think t HE VIP M T HAW VKATIIKU ON UI4 lOLl sHY team I ate not an oitrlch They will lot mo slimy tiara and toke you away with thou I huller Id rather bo taken away ropllod hilt brother And just thon time mon came In sight Hnrniht they crlod Hero U tilt crvntuxi creature tint wo ever saw Uo 11 a featherless ostrich lee will bo the best thing In the whole circus Wo will Jiint tnko him nlotiK nnd will not need tiny of tho o other fellows So off they went with the featherless ostrich and tuft nil the others at peaty Mornllt li hnrd to fuel tho circus man IltUburjr JiUpatch JI Nnbrlal Story Por Little FolKs TIll Black Crows Mistake rb Crowe had Iwvu eating more or Pnriiifr IlruwnM rum than IUUH mid time farmer got out hU inn and tuo portion In hll canton patch HU wife ncattorrd a handful of corn about on tilt ground The rrwvn How all nromul nnd lilch up In the air mid pooped down at the lit t It graIns of turn on the uruunJ amid wlm1 Hint they could get them without being shut by tho farmer lint after nwhlln tho black crow thought that he would play n gout juke on thu furmor and Itt nil the corn that he wanted without getting hurt Ill go down there he said to him self amid toll tlif farmer that am ono of time best crows that over lived FLEW HTUAIUI1T IK TIIK DIHCOTIUK OF FAIIUEII TUEIand thnt I nm sorry that my brothers sisters cousins mintn anti uncles huve beon cntluj all of Ids coru amid hunt 1 want to help him to keep them nwuy Ill tell him to Kite mo hl8 gun null go In to his house nnd when the other crows como I will shout them for him Thou when he KOCH nwny I shall hop about nnd eat all tho corn I want nnd when 1outhim Tho black crow Happed his wiuK nnd hew Htrnlfht In the direction of time farmer Now It happened that farmer Brown mild not know one crow from another nnd ho hud no Idea that the black crow was KoItiK to try to play u trick on4thim Rut tho farmer was n smart old gentleman and it would have been n hard matter tot anybody to tool him When he saw the crow coming he did not wait to ask any questions but nlmtd his gun right at tho bird and blew him nil to pieces Moral lie careful bow you try to play pranks on people Chicago Trill uue aIHE MEURGO ROUND I Ainu Uit ny IIa mrrl ge round van MI It where IAi can etc tit hobo Iuun ullJo acroti i lItJ twUlghl sky And when 411 in rr xorounj KOI round the tisli liKlri lu play And tits im ply rough mid the children atnlr and a uu inttht anti guy And tte aerry Ru ioiiiiiI iron round and ruuttd- in tits Aurw never tire Art Ho brlBht lletils blue Alai the music pa14- And the mirth cull higher and higher As tli w rr co round cues round and round Amid rcuno and round gar the nitrrjjco I rued diary M Iurki In St Nicholas n DICKtMit rultliliil rnuiill Uhlrh Krpl Ira cur Irrliul utlwrust 1ou- rtoureatle Vrnrn Out lu the urean about tour miles oft tilt short of Itbodo Island and Just south ut Karntrniiii tt bay nnchorvd llren Innltt llyhtihl Some 32 yearn nio UK ioiuly wutrhtmon the ship hall their iitiiiittnn attracted by n seagull that so cur pit u Idc his wild nature as to swim clues to the VCBMI In search of food The trUtidllni + and trustfulness of the bird IiKK UJNJ IIUIITHIIII 1mmi llattly won the hearts of the keep tn and MIUII Ue was suppllid with ell thf root he wanted Nut only this but fivcry day without a break the bird which by Ibis tlmi tin men had named tirk came bark and just as regularly area bJ supplied Thus sewn grew Into habit and the preparation ut Dicks al lowanro brraaif one of the cooks fixed dutlr Then wcmld pare bfn nothing ve O murknbln In a wild rca fowl following nn Instinct that lid It 10 repeat n searcli fur lad o rrcularly and so bountlfull iurciteful were It not for Its later nls tort Orar day tsar the first of the first April following Dicks npiKnrntirr at tin lightship he was missed nnd wnll nol Wen attain until atxtut tht first of the iirxt OctoUr when the same pro jTumtiK1 of dally IvtilltiK was resumed and kept up ts durliiK the previous year Then as lht first of April drew near Pick would 6Kln take himself oft to hit i ummiT hoini wherever that might lie only lultlifully to return with tote fol Jiminn Oclolitr This rt icatfd going and coming with the courtant round of dally rtfIlIn was Vrpt up for 74 ronnvutlve yenta aid Cold Kdwnrtl Kojtarty In charge of the liKhtrhlp writes to us that the butt wen nl the old fellow was In April lli15 Tfhen ncfordlnrj to bit custom ho left for hit rtinimcr vacation but for the lint time In 24 years failed to return the lint Ortober Wliiit hirme of him no one knows flu TInt all may havceo enfeebled him that hi TVIS nmiUiit to the long flight to uiiil from tits unknown Kiimmer home J1mry hiiT rfioscn to stay there or he nmvhn f dll11 of old age It wn tifillcid by the ships keepers that dtirlnv his last visit Dick plainly rhffwiil Ihe effects of till Increasing yrnrv and that he was no longer attic to liold hits incn with the other nulls In I1IRllltnlrollllt his exrltrslve right to the tOitnty thnwrt out from the lightship Till Smithsonian Institution knew thin Mftrrj nf nicks visits and was desirous uf rliinlnlnj his remains when he died I bN while It Is possible that In Ills litter life tie mrKM Imvu Ixien captured nnd forcxl tn end his days on shipboard thrre wta not on board the lightship foInH ns totnakeiheatternpt permit Jt in titlitrs The reports of I lck a arrival and de fllrt lire were faithfully recorded by the iiliituln In tih ships recordB as If they were an imtxirtant Item of marine news cud In the nilghriorlrooil of Newport at lust he was as well known a character nn Oily pet rlrfrtuuvt or monkey within the safe conflow of a itoologlcal garden IK to the itfrln and ttoyn in the cltk IMfkH ctipc and vmyBround was tbe whole Atlantic owan If he had wliticd butt he was faithful to the friends whose Uf had ulway found fattful to bI8l- tn Nicholas waleaiet fwe flUu tJWII u the wheat la irowJnjj lu the tWldH near the bankjioX tho Nile Egypt laat uuantltle of blnln tif cwry kind jiwinre down upon the tender gjjJn and vivjJd soon the hole crop wore it nut for the Watchful stone fllugcrn Phase tire men who stand aU day I rrchul on little platforms here and x there throughout the fields with sliufB l and pebbles shooting any bird thst LUUWe within reach The work of a tnDr ailing r Is a regular profession In- i6KYfli though a poorly paid one It be JHf thought that simply standing still sill dayle not very hard labor U for a few weeps twjce a year 11081j UtotwiJJnger tall fluJ employ j STORIES ABORT RAVENS riilrlllr to Miitm and Formalin of 1ecullnr lrliiiiliilili Ocurirlrr latt TlKi lllrl Thu raven ulwayo pairs fur lift and lice strength if ulTcctiuu the fldillty tho dignity which title Implies semi to niu lu rntHo him liiiliilUlyrixs It does the owls abuse hlrilx which cunnregute In flocks and abjure lumpy UN and duties through u greater part of the your A raven kept at the Old Hear Inn nt llmiK rfonl Btniclc a close frlumUhiii with n Newfoundland dog When the dog broke his leg tho raven waited on him constantly catered for lilni forget lug for the time his own grcedluusH and rarely If ever Ml his bide One night when tho dog was by accident shut within the stable alone Ralph sue cecdtd In peeking a hole through the door nil but large enough to admit his body Another kept In it yard In which a big basket sparrow trap was HOinellmis act watched narrowly tht process from his favorite turner nod managid when the trap fell to lift It up hoping to get at the sparrows within They of course escaped before hI could drop the trap hut taught by experience he opened communications with another tame raven In an adjoining yard and the next time the trap roll while one of them lifted It up tliu other pounced upon the hula rry A female raven Known at that time to be years of age and who had passed much of her early nail middle life with a strange companion a blind porcupine was given In the year 1SB1 by Mr J II Iiirney the wellknown ornithologist to the rector of Hlnnttnlinm In hunting donshlrc She seemed so disconsolate at the loss of her surroundings that her now owner falling to net another raven managed to secure n seagull for her nil a companion A warm friendship soon sprung up between thin two birds They followed one another about everywhere and thin raven often used to treat her companion to pieces of putrid meat which site had hurled for her own con sumption In tho shrubberies Ties were delicacies In the eyes or the raven but they were not so good for the Full In course of time whether from Indi gestion or not thin gull fell and the raven became more assiduous than ever In her attentions never leaving him and plyltiK him with her most nauseous Illbits The gull grew worse as was perhaps natural under the treatment and less companionable and one day when he ixisltlvrly refused to touch n more unsavory morsel than usual which the raven had dented to hermit and doubtless thought to beji panacea the raven In a nt of fury At the Ingrati tulle of her pntlcnt fell upon her friend killed It tore It to pieces and burying half of it for future consumption de voured the rest Nineteenth Century TRICK IN BALANCING After Few Trial II Cnn tie Mmtrrrrf- tir Anrmir U liof Ilan llenunahly Mr ml 7 If you want to amuse some young persons get a decanter a plate a ladle ant n skimmer and then tell thrm that you Intend to balance the ladle and the skimmer In the manner shown In the accompanyIng picture Of count they will be Incredulous but If your band li reasonably steady you will be able to do tho trick First hang the skimmer by Its ImnrtU from the edge of the plate and keep It In position by meant of s vnM wcde AN AMCBINn THICK made ol cork Next take the sklmmc and plate In one hand and lay the edge of the plate on the edge of he decanter and then with thu other nanu connec the idle with the skimmer and hold them until you find the exact position In which they will balance each other Tics first time you try to do this trick it Is quire probable that you will toll and In thnt rasa your audience will be much amused at seeing skimmer ladle Bud plate conic down with a rush on the In nocent decanter After a few trials however you will become an adept at tho trick and U will then be your turn to laugh at three who doubted your ablli ty to perform ItN Y Herald rat KM llrae Family Mrs Lee Kauffnian who lives near Lyndon Kan has a cat that Is rearing a rather strange family Some time ago while Mrs Kauffman was In the yard site heard a squealing anti commotion coming from a large hole In the ground which was close by She was afraid to put her hand 10 the hole and Investigate the cause of the ujuds and when the men came from the fields at noon the CJaJIed their attention to the occurrence They procured spades and dug into the hole unearthing a mother coon in her nest with three tiny ones about a day old The old coon escaped and the little ones after being admired for sometime were given to the cat to devour which was licking its chops near by as If hungry tor the little fellows Tim cat lime lied them and then began liking their little bodies afterward hunting a bed for herself to which the took the little coons and adopted them One of them died but the other two ars living and will soon IM larger than tieJfuUu mother 44N444444 f44+ 444 N144444444 4t4 +tt14444444 11 flLL OVER TNT STATE vMtm 04tstdQ662 t+NNtNooH4H + +H ii i H Hhfbn HIDDEN TREASUREI A Snug Little Fortune Lies Burled In Robertson County Mt Olivet Ky Aug Within the ilinltti of Hobeitson county H snug lit ili fortune llus hidden beneath the toll Koine 7i or M years ago John Haley WOK a great trader possessed many rliivtH and owned vast tracts of real estate Ik was considered ex cwilliigly wealthy There were very few bunks then nnd many rich people hid their must valuable treasures tin tk r the ground Mr Haley kept Ills pold and sliver amounting to tiou ands of dollars In n large metal tick et Fit lit he huh about the prom lea every now and then changing Its cation A short time before his death fue wa suen carrying the trensure bucket to enter the woods In the din tItn of the river Mr Haley died soon after rather suddenly and left no statement concerning his money It Is bellovod the bucket Ims never been moved alnco tint Unit Although search niter search has been made to discover thin muchcoveted treasure Its hiding place still remains an un solved mystery HIGH HEELED SHOES They May Cost the Life of Dr W God frey Hunters Doughterln Law Louisville Ky Aug 3Mrs Wil liam Hunter wife of the sun of Ur W Codfrey Hunter former minister to itiatemala and Honduras Is critically Ill ut Norton Infirmary its n result of wearing high heeled shoes Mm hutch r was compelled to have an operation performed several months ago but the relief was only temporary Slit hind been out of the Infirmary only three week when the disease began to reassert Itself and Sunday It was found necessary to send her back to tin Infirmary to undergo an operation Dr A M Cartledge has notified Mr Hunter that amputation will be neees vary and doubts that oven this radical treatment will race her life Dr W Jodfrey Hunter who Is now III New York has been telegraphed for REFUSED TO PAY CLAIM Policy Holder Will Sue Insurance Co For Weekly Indemnity Lexington Ky Aug IHiram Steele nipcriiilt inioiit of John K Mud dens Hamburg place who was Injured by an exploHlun of a gasoline engine it tin farm several weeks ago called on K H Alexander the local ragout of an accident Insuranro company Friday with the view of collecting the weekly Indemnity allowed by the pull icy for the time he was laid up The agent It IB alleged refused to pay Kteelc says he will bring suit against the company He claim UC weekly Indemnity BECAUSE HIS MOTHER WEDS Boy Swallowed Carbolic Acid and Died In a Few Hours Stanford Ky Aug 3 Charles Situ Hey aged Hi took carbolic acid here Saturday night and died Sunday night ut 7w0 Tit reason assigned Is that MK mother Mrs Annie S Saufley hud married J C McCary a prosperous cit- Izen agalnrt his wishes Ills brothers Hubert Sauiley and Shelton M Saufley who art cimnected with till Morning Democrat In Lexington have been summoned here A Familys III Luck Newport Ky Aug Clarenu1 Snethen tie Newport boy who was run over l y a C A 0 train ut Ports mouth 0 and suffered the loss of n leg will be brought to his home In Newport ns icon as he inn be moved Two yenta ago hIs father dropped tend on the street Shortly alter ward his sister was burned to death lend Ids mother was seriously burned while trying to extinguish the flames About two months ago a brother had his hand mangled In some machinery at which he was working At the Horse Show Ixniisvllle Ky Aug 3Wh11 the United States regulars and state troops arrive here In October to take port In the militia maneuvers at West Point they will be entertained by the Commercial club Jen thousand men are expected A big parade hall been planned The officers will be entertain ed at the horse show Special recep lung will be tendered Ma GIn Bates A School Tax Decision 1aducah Ky AlIgIJustlle Chin son of the county court In a test suit has decided that the treasurers of school districts may sell personal property for county school taxes Dud Humphrey sued the treasurer In rue district for levying on his horse and buggy Bookkeepers Sudden Death Oweasboro Ky Ioug 4nollert K Carpenter one of the bestknown young business men In Oweusboro died of stomach trouble suddenly He was 33 years of age and had been bookkeeper In the local ofllce of the whisky trust some time The Value of Refuse Frankfort Ky Aug 4The Ken tucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co filed cult In tho United States court against Dillard Bros cattlemen and stock dealers for 10137 for slop fur nlsaed since Fejirtpy 1902 SEVERED AN ARTERY Wc Tryirg to Ltwer the Record Fcr Dressing a Beet lcniMvillf Ky Aug 4Jol Sun sea it lutltr wjvtrul an artery In lila left sld while attempting to break the worlds record for drobHlng beef at the Louisville Packing Co s plant Monday acorn lug Stlnson Is employed at the Swift plant In Kansas City The record for dressing t beef two minutes and fur tyfive Kuonds Is held IItho Ixjulu vllle Iarklni Co and to attempt to nah tits record Stlnson came to this city Stlll OIl 28 years old It Is wall IIP VMuild have lowurud tho record about three seconds hod ho not mot with tan incident us he was that much ahead of tho retouch time In tho proie s MRS DORA CLAY BROCK She Will Sue For 25000 Damages For the Killing of Her Husband Frankfort Ky Aug 1Mrs Dora Clay hoc it lame here Friday after noon und retained Col James Andrew Scott a lending member of the bar to represent her In a 25000 damage suit to be brought very shortly ayahikt the Indiana Railway Co on which her husband Ttllcy Ilrick was killed and also as her nttorwy to collect the I10 000 lepacy left her by Gen Causing M Clay The vhll will lie offered for probate In the Madison county court on Monday next and a contest of It by the cilldren of nell Clay expected Mrs Ilrock was accompanied to this city by Mr Joseph Norwood a young attorney of Lexington who will be as sociated with Col Scott In both matter MADDENS BIG BARNS The Insurance Companies Have Set tied For the Fire Lou Lexington Ky Aug lTho local Insurance companies which curried In nuance on the barn and feed destroy ed In the recent fire at Homburi Place have made a settlement with Mrs John E Madden to the amoitn of lltCOO This amount dot not cover any loss sustained on the seven horses which were burned in the Ore The work of rebuilding the barn will nut be started before the return ot Madden alter the eastern racing wa stilt lu over STRANGE CATTLE DISEASE The Animals Live Only a Few Hours After Being Attacked OwrnslKmi Ky Aug 3A strange dlntup Is killing tae cattle In tlui neighborhood of Mataiuas Ohio cotta ty It Is In epidemic form J C Ben nett a farmer of that vicinity savs that they first stagger about then lie down and stiffen their legs They stay In this condition until they tile which Is tint very long None has been known to live over 24 hours after be lug attacked Boy Killed By Lightning Owenxboro Ky Aug tTlelllen does rain fell In the Green river sec tuft Monday In North DavIeKK coun ty the rain was followed by hall which dud great damage to crops Roy Love aged 13 who had taken rcfugo In n barn with a number of other men was killed br lightning Willie Wells aged 14was sjiorked terribly To Protcct He Lover Hendimn Ky Aug 3Itss He 1eccn Hawkins had a warrant Issued for her brothcrx Gee and Rd Imay kilts to kelp tV peace Miss Haw 111 Is Fiild to be In love with an In dian Paul Maze a performer at a street fair lucre She claims her broth ITS have threatened him An Investigation Ordered Shelbyvllle Ky Aug 4The state military department has ordered an Investigation of the alleged looting of the armory of the Peak guards Com parry K Second regiment K S G at this place on June 4 last the date of the celebration In honor of the return of Brig Gen J Franklin Hell Named By the Governor Frankfort Ky Aug 4Goy Heel hani Monday appointed J P Marrs of 1011IIn which the regular Judge Is dlsqual Idtd from sitting Fell Dead While Preparing a Meal Newport Ky Aug 4Mrs Edward Krleger wife of Edward Krieger re publican candidate for city treasurer of Newport dropped dead at her home Monday morning Mrs Krieger was prepailng breakfast when death came She was afflicted with heart trouble For McKnlfihts Release Louisville Ky AUK4A petition la being circulated In Louisville to secure the release of J M McKnlght the ex banker now serving a sentence in the federal prison at Atlanta The pelt tion will be personally presented to President Roosevelt Shoots and Kills Negro Lancaster Ky Aug fTcm Cole man colored was shot In the stomach by Jesse Aleford tear Bryantsvillc this county Saturday night Colemau dltd Sunday night as a result of his Injuries Aleford was arrested J Necwsary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School PlrwDH who txard ihemKltei car pemit s stitch or little u they cbooe n living ripen It 10 have little cilia mmiejr InrlKl jrc Look md other thluifi Rut thneceisry ripenri ire only u follow To par the flat day School pease nowAin wutu rIIAIL 54f ALt 25 2 UI teticrnl Dcnoult W m Furnished Room fuel f 525 First Months Board 5 5 W 1700 1500- To pay during the term- Ijiundrr l HcgltmfaK 2d Mo linard S at Bf InulnrM Mo lloanl 00 5 W DItolI 2OO Gfnl Depotlt relnrned 00 00 Total 6spueIt Week 97 BO 700 Kor thow UlowJA IIrmraar deduct tbeW lor book und SI ham Incident to making the otal only 245ow- heu four glrlr room Ingttlier each tire It or Wore ou room md furl mukltiK the total only taBO lltldkHd Ixlow Immirnr Room nd fuel Itnt one dnlltr more In the Whiter term- Cwnroomtfnr hoiiHkrepltii with state Ill Tan usually fruited for from 1110 term The price of a big eelS n Illtttt tn haa or a Sew liomf iau ledcoverwill gtva onalhlTelephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer 11eoTRADE Maass DCOIQNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anyone nnlingaaketehanddeeerlpii- enaluartaln our opinion roe whether anr nventon U mnddentialllaldbokoulatnli probably plrnlAb lnnmunlrw- tlonnlrlcll sent fruit r1 rnrnrur epatent 1aIenta VldeotIencr h Mann k pereil Mftce without h dl Scientific American- handsomely Illnftntxd weelllolaract drMenilfln W rtinurrmo Sold byftll nowadAalen iNeworkleraaob LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May Z4 90S flulne North Trail 4 itchy Leave tlerea 320am Arrive Richmond 8 52 a m Arrive Paris 0 05 it ru Arrive Cincinnati 710 ii mrmina North Train 0 Leave Berea12 ill p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 3 18 p tn Arrive Cincinnati iJtOOp m OrallyIGulag South Train LAnvolloreaI 11 p m Arrive LivmgHlon2011I atiOoliic South Taln n Rally Leave BoreR 1121 p m Arrive Livingston1280a m Trains No mid No 5 mukit connection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with o11 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket AeentI FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIRIALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL ITEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID School children sad public lenuaU Invitnl to vote to determine the mot popular In every county Votes tea rents ash ten out at onetime All money over end nbore trip of tmcb erltoKO erection of the Kentucky ItulldlngmttbefU position Kv voter lhr nl en the saUihctlon of knowing WOflhyCue mad imporUnt object have aldrd nt the name time a raYOle teuhlr hu received recognition Contest con dueled inspires ol Krtucatlonut Pahlbit Cora mltue or Esldbll- Asoclstton the organization formed tn false iounm for a Kentucky Building and full display the Stalea products lId resources at the Fair the Legislature having alploplalIauBtatewhrl her teacher In pub lie or private achooli ot tnltltutlouiprotetanlorcalbollesblb1 o ainea ol all tchoot children vain be enrolled In Ihe Kentucky DulldingttheExpo 1llIoa Kentucky will hare an educational exhibit occupying tya sauaie feel ol space iu the 1alace of Education The Rapoaltinn U to be Ihe ttrnt in Ihe worlda li lory The no teachera choaen will be lucky lodtrd in bela tendered Ilili trip to the Pair Finery county elm Ita own most popular educator The count onuWeof JerTtraon catting Ihe tartnumber of votes will be to seed two teathertlle most popular the second most popular THE TOTES RILL BE TES CK5T8 EJOT TtY COSSTITCT1XO JLJ1UOT At ten cents each school cblldln the Plate wilt be able to oft et least one vote Cot b4 or her favorite teacher tlutthevotingwhlnotbeeonLaedtaSchool clulIun AlloelIgenerally at well ss by tbe school children Ballota contain ten apace ro club of trn pupil may be and each ten cents be ciedlled with his or her vote If one peraan de sires tocantienvoUfltinijfbcdonebywTillnflJlior her name on one of the rpacra and remit tine one dollar It not that llama person voting be 811en taU All of the pacea for voter namr a nay be left black The Aatoclatlon wants however to enroll fn the Kentucky Bulldlnr at St lout ncxtyear the name of every child who tart one or more votes the Contest ru4tsareasked thctefore to sign tbcir games plainly to the ballot ALL EXmstS or THE TEACHERS WILL BE pup by the Association Thla wilt Include tlrroedtnoeportattenfromLoulsvilleto8LLout and return hOArd at one ol the but hotels a the city for alz days and admiation to the ground for aU days THBEE PARTIES WILL BE JUDE WOO THE Oft JrOPPTAR TEArireBS to mate the trip more proQlable sad more enjoyable Each of these parties will coasted oUort 14olelcha This would make a total ofiroteachers butt as here arc cnl countieslnKcntnckytheAuocls lion ha deetuLedto olloWtwo teaehutbe mOt popu ar lad the second tacit popularto go from that countyJefferson ucepledwlllrJa casts the greatest Dumber of vote ill the contest ALL TEACHERS IV TUB STATE STUD OS Af TQ01LFOOTiC0In this contest The teacher with onl twenty pupil receive more lYe or eta time aa miny enrolled bl or her mar the voting la not confined to children Tbe public will be an Im Orlaataclo Votes may be cast for any eeraoa who taught school during Igor or le teaching now This give the teacher ol a five rnentha school w cloted la November or December the opportunl iy to be voted fordurlug the vacation period ANT arancn OF BALLOTS MAT RE CAR AT TIME There no limit The more del pars tent in for one teacher the raoro vote k koy abe will be credited with ONK DOLLAR CA3TS TEN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTH9 TITREB POTt Ar 4 CASTS TJ IRTY VOTES FOUR DOUARR CASTS FORTY VOTFS IlVIt DOLLARS CASTS 1lrTYVOTC6 TEN IetLAR CCASTe A UUNDED VOTIS ONR IUNIJRED 1101 LARS C TS OKI THOUSAND VQTKS All of the money received In thus contest over and above that uted In defraying expense ol the in most teachers of the State on tbtlrtrips to the World will go for the acre lion i fa Kentucky Dullda at IhenfOltlono eve voter III this contest may hare the addi tional of knowing that be luf d a worthy cauae Till STASDttO OF TILE COSTESTASTC WILL M PBISTEB FREOUE5TLT la each county to show his or her friend how tbe race isbelagrar Begin lOUD wforyourfevoriteschoolt- eacher Thevoteitrill be counted the u 08 of the rf the Association The 01 tbiscommlttaelsasfolUrwai Prof G Drownell Louts willI CltalrmaaProfnVISeCheneyPesnkfortProf L PllahleckLouisville w n Dr chase Palmer Dnllle Pres tDrUlegion R L Frogg pranktbrt Prol C CratlN AhllllQ I M Ueary- Rhoad OwenabororrcCTQA11 j ores Prar Euo- pencn ttrllet altlyLhraokta tntle a04 MIll Id Ii Tucker Iouteville IItlDbcrI a eligible tE clecttos Ibis COAST iCT1T OWg P4TOmTR Te1CRRR CpetltJOII betw tq eountlra catting the largest total mrmberofvolesbelagrtatedthedtllgciOnofseudiagtwoteckerti- The nault wilt be r te lu Llorymessage wilt go 10 lbe tttcllttCti14 neachcounty Later hedettleofthetrip Julyarranged each teacher ckotg betst vt lal pttltlep adectla the August 104IDwhich he or she wants to e15trip CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAN WITH fl 73EtWeor f of as the most popular teacher in county ONB DOLLAR ENCLOSED y to Ihrocto toe 1 10 oaI10 to 10 too Ire 101 Irea il Ibsir wised bit tile AIOCItIn wait sit daoot chlldre- otyollgtolowullw lit fllrail Itxlylliflg I Votes of ealbsltlleNRe to 01 tilt AwxI1Uos or to the deuwa frolD snots1esy h abtbe eopw of Ike ppar 4e b ntr letter I tet ooeta npreu or- pAlmoneyorderotlseurresrystlenINsiMi ail raaheostsatalioutoR relJl- CIulnltlt Xi 1 000 Subscribe for The Citizen THE CITIZEN I jHJHHH II 111 I I I H I I I I HI II I 11 I II HoN I I 11 fEastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unleu signed In tan by the writer The Mme it sot for publication but at in evidence of good faith Write plainly ILW wtttttr I I I I lttrt JACKSON COUNTY WELCHBURO The Republican primary to nomi nate candidates for circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney passed off quietly here Saturday July 25 There were only two drunk men on the elec tion grounds quite an uncommon thing for a primary election We have not received the official count yet but tho report at presont is that Judge Faulkner has a majority of nearly 1000 over J L Isaacs for Circuit Judge Several schools in this part of the county opened the 20thwith fair attendance Oats har vest and haying are over sb the at tondanco will bo much better for two or three months while the weather and roads are favorable George Collier who has been in poor health for quite awhile is very low His recover y is doubtful He is under the treat ment of two skilful physicaus Drs Goodman and Ponuington Rev W n Langdon preached at Conway church last Sunday KERBY KNOB Time recent rains are not too late to bring corn and other things out a great dealTho lumber mill owned andcontrolled by Messrs Dearborn and Landrum and which came to this place lately is nearly ready to begin sawingMr W J Dougherty will go to Valley View today to search for a new homoMr and Mrs Speed Harrison with their two little grandchildren visited a number of relatives and friends here last weokMr and Mrs H N Deane visited Mrs Deanes parents latur day and SundayThe Sundayschool at Kerby Knob made some changes in officers recently Mr R W Dough erty was elected Superintendent and Mr C C Hudson teacher of the advanced classUncle Ben Durhams large family of children although widely scattered all came together again at his funeral Uncle Bens sufferings are now past and he enjoys 1perfect happiness for his life here was harmless and peaceful He at tended church as long as he was able and even after he became very feeble Although the meetings held at Oak Grove by Rev Mr McIntosh resulted in no professions doubtless much good was done- OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD tiUncle Henry Gabbard in very poor writing Clova Green has the rheumatism Corn crops are now being relieved by the local showers Charley Eversole of Cow Creek is teaching on Island Creek this year Lee Gibson is teaching his home school at Midway at the mouth oft Cow CreekMrsC B Moore is ick with typhoid feerC B and Price Moore aregoing into the logging busi ness this year on Cow CreekIda McCollum of Island Creek is teach ing the school at Bethel on Cow Creek Abel Wilson of iCow Creekand Gallic Murrel were married last week j Sherman Rowland of White Oak passed through hero last week with 180 head of sheep Allen Davidson is going to Frozen Creek Breathitt county to run a saw mill for a tie and anti lumber companyIrvino Huff and Harrison Campbell of Conflu once Leslie county are visiting rela tives at this placeIn the primary election last Saturday to nominate a Circuit Judge and Commonwealths attorney H C Faulkner was nomi nated forJudge by a handsome ma jority over JL Isaacs WiIliam Lewis was nominated for Commonwealths attorney without oppositionHip 01 Hi 01 You goo forTriE CITIZEN O a Hurrah Hurrah for THE CITIZEN 01 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Crops in this vicinity are fine Scott Boldon who has been working at Ianola Ky is home to see his sick babyU S Berrys little son Leeis able to be out once moroMrs S Lairo from Hiatte Ky is visiting Mr and Mrs JH SigmonD C Pul lens was in town SaturdayMrs Criss Wood attended a baptizing Sunday at Silver CreekMrs Perry Lambert from London who has been visiting her motherinlaw returned SundayMr Kit Chenault of Rich mond is out to drink the fine water atConway for his health Mr Frank Jones our fine h fir dentist of this place is doing lots of work here This is the place to get your teeth treated Mr Robert Moye of Scaffold Cane was in town Sunday to see J H Sigmon Mr Abe Sourd who went to Illinois three years ago came back Saturday to make his home here again on account of wifes health Mrs John Harden from Ford Ky is visiting Mrs Allmina Harden at this placeMr Ham Jordan hada fine cow killed by the train Saturday BOONE We have been having lots of rain for the last few daysRev J W Lambert filled his appointment at Clear Creek last Saturday Mrs Elmina Huff of this placevisited her son at Berea last weekMrs Lizzie Knuckles and little daughter of Cartersville viiited her sister Mrs Annie Poynterof this place last week Misses Bettio and Martha Lambort visited friends at Berea last week Mrs Mary Wren of this place is visiting her daughter Mrs Bottle Wheeler of Paint Lick who is er- ysickG L Wren who has been very sick for some time is some better at this writing Rev J W Lambert went to Berea on business last week Mrs Anges Dobbs has been very sick for some time Born to the Rev J W Lambert and wife w fine boy GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE The finest rain of thjt season Thurs day and Friday Mrs Walter Buch annau of Indiana who has been visiting here for the past week returned home FridayWill Lawson and wife of Preachersville visited W H Hammack SaturdayJ B Gray and wife visited Tom Green over Sunday David Denny colored diedof con sumption Wednesday James Yeakey colored died of white swelling Monday Two more of the exslaves have thus past to the beyondA protracted meeting is in progress at Level Green conducted by the Pastor Rev Mr Mackintosh W P Wells sold two yearling cattle to R L Boian for28 Jo Boian of Wallaceton was over Sunday looking over kis farm recently purchased from Mrs Fannie Koehler MADISON COUNTY liD HILL TJ1 Richardson returned from Louisville Friday where he has been purchasing a new stock of goods The Pilot Knob church will be dedi cated Sunday August ninth Rev HI Shouse of Berea has been called to preach th dedicatory ser monQuite a number of people from this place attended church at Silver Creek last Sunday Merrit Brown returned from Hamilton 0 Friday M D Settle purchased a fine lot of pine timber last weakA good refs fell here Sunday afternoon and was welcomed by aUWillie Hayse who has been ill for several weeks is im provingMr and Mrs M D Settle visited their daughter Mrs B B Boon of Kingston Sunday COUNTY SUNDAYSCHOOL CON VENTION About twentyfive people from Berea went to Kirksville on Wednes day the 29th ult to attend the County Sundayschool Convention The convention was reported as being a very successful one Those from Berea who spoke were Prof L V Dodge Co President Rev H M Shouse and Mesdames Yocum and Frost Special pieces of music were rendered by Misses Hanson and Woods Mrs Hinman and Messrs Gamble and Horton The officers chosen to serve for one year from Jan let next were Presi dent W L Crutcher Richmond V Provident C R Boucher Richmond Seoy and Tress Miss Bettie Brock Richmond The present officers con tinue until Jan Iaa follows Pres- Ident L V Dodge Bores Vicepres ident V H Hobson Richmond Seoy and Treaa E Deatherage Richmond This was the sixth county convention which has been under the super presidentyears By his untiring efforts the completeorganization of every mag iiteritl district has been affectedand each one has held its own district convention this year Madison is thus a banner county and every effort must be put forth that it may hold placeThe next great Sunday school event will bo the Stato Convention at Lexington August 18 20 Those intending to go from thiscounty should secure credentials from the county president or secretary A Removal- E V Elder the popular Main street merchant of Richmond Ky will change his place of business on September first to Joos old stand just across the street from his prevent quarters The now room will1m thoroughly remodeled and mailo up todato in every patticnlar Mr Elders largo display adon our page deserves a careful reading 4Token with Crumpi Win KiruiHo u member of till bridge gang working near Litt port was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps anda kindof cholera His cash was BO severe that he tied to have tho members of the crew wait upon him and Mr affront was called and consulted Ho told them he had a medicine in the form of Chambfitlwufl Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that ho thought would help him out and accordingly several doses worn administered with the result that the fellow was nlllt to be around next day The incident speaks quite highly of Mr Gifford medicines Elkader town ArgiiK This remedy never fails Keep iti in your homo it may save lifo l or salobySE Welch Jr Seven indictments involving differ ent persons and charging eonspirapy against tho Government wore return ed Friday by the Federal grand jury at Washington in connection with the Postoffice investigation 10000 GIVEN AWAY The Louisville Courl rJourn l to Male I Cash Distribution to Subscribers rCIIIIstsiinaugurate a guessing contest bswl on tho total vote cast for all candidates for Governor of Kentucky in the election November a 1903 Ten thousand dollars in gold silver or greenbacks will be given away to sue cess fill estimators Thorn will lit single gifts of 3000 SOOO SI 000 S500 S300 T200 Sift l sloo TO and 30 and 1070 gifts of 10 each In addition there will bo gifts of WOO 300 and 200 for the best estimates received before August before Sep tember and before October 1 Thus object of this profit sharing liberality on tho part of tho Courier Journal In to secure now subscribers for the Jai ly and Weekly Courier Journal Every person subscribing for the Weekly Courier Journnl one year sending one dollar with the subscrip Uonis entitled to two guesses or usti mates Every person subscribing for the Daily Courier Journal by mail one month GO cents is entitled tonne guesflonoyoarJ600 twelve guesses Renewals count the dame as new sub scription Write to the CourierJour sal Company today for full particu lars and blanks ctiEDFORpsBLACKDRAWThT CoHSTIPATIOJ pr Constipation is nothing more a of the Lowell and nothing Itse than vitalstag nation or eath if not If constipabxl sufferer couldrealize that ho is allowing poisonous filth to in would soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of Headaches bilious ness colds and ninny other nil merits constipated Loweiiarerelievlvl Thed mockDraught thoroughly cleans out Lowell an easy and natural manner without the of calomel or other vie ent cathartics lie sure that yonget the orl i nal Thedfords BlackDraught made by Tho Chattanooga Medi cine Co Sold by druggists in 25 cent and eIOO packages Monr n Ark Mir 23 I rwaot rrrnmmrml Thf rorda mask nraaahttuoklahtrtkrrpllInmhuueall lee rears Bttrr save wr rhllilrr ur other Uiatlir I think I roul Devil be able to work rllhoot It onrruuntof being Iroulilrd runktlpillnn Your ninlklne 1fIII aU that keep 1V VE ARE BUTTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FULL LINE OF IABuggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C P HKiGINS Prop THE EYES OP M EX AND WOMEN are similar in nil respects Their loon dition and requirements when exam ined are Louenillv very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES to suit these conditions and require nieiitH aro mallnllli supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modem scientific iiiNtrnmontu put us in tiosfiesmoii of information which enables us to furnish just tho right glasses Glasses to unit the eyes Prices to suit the jxxkot T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Queen Quality The Famous Shoes for Women Never fail to give satisfaction Once a wearer always a wearer Try n pair and be convinced Wo are solo agents for Madison county Wo can also pleitNo you in Mens Shoes Hats Shirts Uidorwoar Neck wear etc RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky The Keystone of Good Health- is pure food Lion Coffee is all coffeeno glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de qualityFresh in flavor because always in sealed packages never in bulk r EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSsOluro splendid new and secondhand Furniture and Stoves from R H CHRISMAN wm f WEDDINO RINGS F vuahe-1 LrI rilli u t llirnti1 in mining t1 tn a Itadd ii prnrn- N If ratiittlir and t Ill ihcil ill 550 I ir IrionGirardetaCo1JiR J iis L tiIXi I East End Barber Shop tJHhaoShampoo trio Razors Hharpflne I Ho to 25o R B DOE Proprietor u m 0DR HOWARD SWITZER Physician and Surgeon Ollicn and residence in ColItington house roar of Hank JrJ 1 3ifc nnanian WelliwIecUd stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry u The East End Drug Store In Headquartera for nil Guaranteed Remedies for Summer Com plaint Diarrhea Dysentery Colic Flux No Cure no Pay L M PKTTUS Pharmacist C C IUIODUS Proprietor t This space has been byItPrinters of The Citizen i t 4 444 4 44 4 4 WAIT FOR THE WAGON- Did you spend your childhood in the country Tho engineer with his hand on tho throttlo of thin Empire ElpreeaIThe admiral on tho quarter dock of a war ship Kung Kdwanl on the throno may glow with pride and pleiiHiiro lint their fixtliiiffH are lame in comparison with tho umiiuttLTahlu delight that thrillH tho Hinall boy who in permitted unriNHifited to climb the wheol and perch on tho Hllntlof u STUD nAKEn WAGON I am proud to sell i- tS E WELCH JR Instantly Relieved Quickly Cured By the use of ParacamphA Reduces the Swelling Removes all Soreness Stops the Bu aiog Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stiau lates the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and Comfortable tPolicemen Motormen Conductors Clerks and all those who are on their feet a great deal should always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH in their homes for use at night Gives Instant Relief to Corns Bunions and Frost BUM We Guarantee every bottle to do What we claim for it If it falls your money will be refueled 25 cents SO cents and 9100 bottles At All Good Druftlsts For sale by S E WELCH Druggist