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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lY 1+IIHIHl+IIH11111II JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publlshtr itHrtYff nl F lfln at Reran Ay at secDd tfaM nailnatter dIl1I1h11tffIlI kti 11YOL Ve A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 27 1903 Out dollar a year NO 10 IDEAS Tim story it tld earn nn oxcliniif of n Imly win rr u line kept n Jihl of IingN iilinKlmiiMrH Sonu month Inter In looking over tin listtliu viif mirprmrd to land that uiiiotcntlis ul than troublfH hind imvur mnluriidizcd They hind tin rxitiUnco only in hoi imagination TAKE NOTICE IAton days inwtiiiR will ho hold nl r tint GlmlnClirintimi church l ofrmniiij SatunlAYIIIKht A Rood program for a TonchorV Arutocintion to Im hold nl Silver Crook Nfliool lioiiso Snttmlay Aug 2n is now out A hnkut dinner IN includtxl in the program On Sunday morning nt 11 oclock at the Union church Prof IJV Dotgo and Mw Iwdwlla J Klnu will fivn a roport of tin Stato Sundny L ncliool Convention rt coolly hold at Lexington Ky Thoro will bo no THE WIDE WORLD London rtug2Lord Salisbury f01 Dior 1ilnjo Mlninter of England died this aflorno n FiKhtiiiK coutinucH in Macedonia anti the insurgents aro mid to be getting aid iHwtof it King Edward in n tribute to thu Isle Lord Salisbury rofomxl to hint aa- a groat Htatwmnn who had tendered QmsMi Victoria tho King and his country invaluable norricoA The Columbian Congress in prepar ing to nxiou negotiations for a Panama canal treaty It is now umlerntood that tho first treaty was disproved land not ifjocted by Columbia Gor Dolo and tho other territorial olliixtrs of Hawaii kayo decided to try to float tho f 2000000 loan au Ihoriud by tilt last Legislature They believe tho Honolulu banks will take thu entire iwmo 1 Tim pan American Railroad Com nlllall lxx n incorporated with a of S2M000000 It pro omvi 1pbuild n road 10000 mill long ex north and nnufli through America Mullet Cntraland South America IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Rolianco easily won from Shamrock HI in the Hrcond yacht race The O A R dtiied its thirty i Rovouth encampment nt San Francis co Friday lost Got John C Black of Illinois was elected CommanderinChiof of tile National G A R in oemion at San Francisco The encampment will beheld next year IB Boston The worlda trotting record for horaoH WAS broken Monday when Lou Dillon wont n ihilu in 200 minutes flat ou the track nt Readvillo Mass This lowora tho record 2 seconds Secretary of War Elihu U Root nailed for England Friday polu- tingrout boforo his departure that ho can be n candidate for VicoPromdont the RooHurelt ticket because both nro from tho nnmo State According to tho census of 1000 it la shown that thin United States in tho preceding ten years hind increased in population faster than any othor country except Argentine South America The increase in thin South orn States was faster than that in tho NorthernCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY About thirty new witnewuvi have boon recognized and sworn In tho Powers case al Georgetown Thomas T Dudley a prominent citizen of Madison county was thrown from his buggy and instantly killed in a runaway- It is announced at Georgetown that Caleb Powers has decided to make an argument to the jury in his own do tense before tho close of the trial now pending Francis J Hogan n prominent citi t zen of Bullilt county was shot and wounded by unknown assailants early Friday morning at his homo near Shepuordsvillo At the request of prominent Repub Beans District Attorney R D Hill has drown two bills providing for they punishment of persons who interfere with tho voting of negrqos in Federal elections The bills will be introduc ed in Congress by Representative Vincent Boreing from the Eleventh district of Kentucky wb It Presidents OfficeX nlroa Oullogo THE CITIZEN I r HERR BEBEL THE BRAINY LEADER OF GERMANYS GROWING ARMY OF SOCIALISTS Fi rtllunml AiiKiHl lUbol has built jip the Koclnllut party In Germany to inch nil extent that It now conliolM onethird of the voters of the kaisers coun try At the rwnt election the liicrvunc In the SotlulUt vote over that of JKS wmTbttwirn NXrK and Kjnouo Herr HeM who Is now a veteran of sixty thrw often attacks the kaiser In It1I1KldltM nnd linn spout IlflyBoven months iHlilml prlcon linw for Ids principle Hlnce the death of Herr Llclikiuclit ltelx1 lies liceii recoKiilzfO lender of the Scxlnllst party anti when he speaks Iu till rvlchHtni ho iittractH much attention HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE ArtloU I Invalid Panslonera la Mountain Countltt In IM4 Wo continue the list of invalid ponnlouers iu 1831 Many l eisons will find hero tho names of their great grandfathers These lists should Io cut out and laid away for rofeienoq p nuai prirste- C Coqoral d Imcooii L Ilrultiiniit m mllllli a tlrnb volunlucra I InUntrjr A Artillery line Dr Drummer Her a Ittvolutlomry army fULAHIil COUNTY Samuel Newell LICampbells regimentnOCKOlSTLE COUNTY James DyHart captain Rev a WAYNE COUNTY James S Davis p 17th U S I William Sutherland 17th U S I tVIIITkUT COUNTY Michael Stevens p 21th U S I Hours who had Flu Years half pay In IUu of bounty lands MUMKOX COUNTY Sally Welle heir of Thomas K WoIlH p 17lh InONTOOnEarCOUNT- YEleanor McConl heir of Alex McConl 0 28th WATNK COUNTY Botany John Polly Harmon and Henry Brown heirs of Henry Brown p 17th I Pensions listed under Act of MarchlSla CLAY COUNTY Wm Jacobs p Va I Jacob Seaborn p Va Samuel Wood p Md I EST1LU COUNTY Jamea Best pVa Tandy Hartman PI Va I Thomas Harris p Va Israel Meadows p Va lJames McChristy p Va I Zachariah Phillips p N C William Styyers p Va Lawronco Ward p Va 1 tLEUINOCOUNTY Edward Bavor S N Y William Boyd p Washington LG William Combs S Va I John Collins PI Va Wilam Davis pVal William Estill p Pa I John Finley Brig Maj Pa Bon j Hennis p Md Philip Holphinstine p Va Peter Kendall p Va ThoR McAtinnoy p Pa Guion McKee p Pa Wm McCullough p Md George Muse p Va I Alex McCoy p Pa Wm Stoker pVa1 Samuel Strahan pPa1 Andrew Wilson p Pa Continued Tho notices given for opening of the fall term of Boren College have incorrect Fall Totem opens September HI STATE SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION Those who wont as delegates from Bona to the State Sunday school con veution hold nt Lexington on tho 18 19 and 20lh inst report a most en joyablo anti profitable occasion There were nearly 600 delegates in attendance from sixtyfive different counties Forenoon afternoon anti night sessions were held Besides the efficient workers from all parts of our Commonwealth who con tributed to thus success of tho conven tion there wore W C Pearce E 0 Excel W G Landes and Mrs Mary Foster Bryner from abroad Many of the citizens of Lexington helped crowd the great church building in which tho night sessions were held A striking feature of the occasion was the public recognition of banner counties at the night session of Tuesday Prof Dodge as county presi dent of Madison brought homo a beautiful silk banner which will remain the property of the County Association so long as tho county remains in the banner column The exercises wore almost at a fever heat of interest from first to last Such a soires of eloquent and inspir bug addresses one seldom finds press ed into so short a timo As the great churchorgan rolled forth its notes in unison with hundreds of human voices it seemed as if one were borne upon a vast sea of harmony The Christian fellowship observable among people of all denominations was some thingdelighlful Almost every phase of the improved methods now prevail ing in many placf8wa ably discussed If reports could go to all the schools of the Stato and even half be put in practice a new era in Sundayschool work would be inaugurated In the Parish house next Sunday at 1100 fuller reports will be given to which old and young are earnestly invited The banner will be exhibited The Bible College of Kentucky University has received a i0000 donation from Mr 0 L Garth of Scott county for the purpose of educating young men for the ministry The funds are to be placed in tho hands of a trust committee i III Everything in Spring and Summer Goods at the Hustling Cash Store MUST GO I I IMAIN FIRST RICHMOND KY I to tin well must select his col lars culT neckwear shirts hosiery underwear hats and in general with great care Select them from our stock and ytU will make no mistake We wo to it that our store contains nothing but what is up todate anti in good taste arriving daily We sell Douglas Shorn for men nod boys and Queen Quality shoes for wo non Rice For Sale 2 12 miles north of Berea A good house good orchard of water plenty of timber for fencing and luel 81 acres in tract Will sell as a whole or in two pieces to suit purchaser Call or write H K Mrs Laura S Webb YlroPrmldent Womnna Demo efalleClubof lorhrru0hl 1 dreaded the change of tile which wu fast approaching noticed Wine of and to try a bot tie I experienced some relief the first month so I kept on taking It lot three months and now menstruate with no pain and shall take It oil and on now until have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off They follow a woman Do not wait hut take of Cartlui now and avoid the trou ble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any ABO Wine of Cardui relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When you come to tbo change life Mrs Webbs letter mean more to you than it does now But now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists sell II bottles of Wine of t Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 tl b z- I MKH IIH+IIll1o1 11 Subscribe Today Circulation HHHH +11+ 11 111111111 l Greatly reduced prices on all dress goods wash goods white goods ginghams embroideries laces etc Ladies shoes I and in fact everything offered at surprise nUll please all An opportunity to btirgiiins at your price Dont miss it ecureI S LACKEY A I AND STREETS NNMN NNNMNN AMAN droned MENSFURNISHINGS NEW FALL GOODS ArnoldRichQ1ondKy Farm plenty RichardsonBerea tothcchange Gar- deINE0FCARDUI 2000 Summer fcutsgents clothing hatsf HAMILTONCQRN- ER J J 13r annaman a 1 Groceries Dry Goods Notions Mens Womens Shoes Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven LaundryI A If Its From Joplins Its Good A full lino of FURNITURE on hand Wo invite our Boron friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS nnd UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Kyi THE EYES OF MEN AND are similar in all respects Their dition and requirements when ined are generally very different is caused by difference in work to temperament suit these conditions GLASSES and meats are made and supplied Tests made skilful opticians b1I modern scientific instruments put in possession of information us to furnish just the glasses Glasses to suit the Prices to suit the TIAI Robinson Optician and Jeweler EASY PAYMENTSsecure Main Street Richmond splendid new and secondhand Furniture from and R H GHRISlfAN w Wellselected stockof and and and always MATTINGS pocket WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIR CARTS Kentucky Carriagetr Works C F HIOdlNS Prop East End Barber Shop I North of Printing OlireItShave lOo Hair Cut l5clSham-poo IBc Razors sharpened 160 to 25c R B DOE Proprietori IIWEDDING RINGS I i fill FUa thirty yeawe have beonbulIJinqoerrep- utatiun of hlah alasa Jew clcrt You ate therefore jiitt as sale In ordering by youdloddWrite lot caultigiie and call to tut when in the city Irion Slrtritt ft Co Y XiftiL LadMln Ky IIIThe CITIZEN an 8 page weekly 1ayear r THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publilher- BEREAi KENTUCJ Triumph of Mickey By EDWIN J WEBSTER KbIJ a1L17Ct LJ lraJ St711th CoJ F OK inrnths llure had been the keenest rivalry between Mickey j11lIt mud Charlie llastirgs lIB to which should be lender among the boys of No 10 school Mickey was the bett baseball and football player but he hail only his own resources to rely upon Charlie had unlimited pocket money He bought the sure league ball ne l by the team the tchool eleven footbnll tho sticks for hcckey tenor but Mickeys per Ithe physical qualifications nnd cheery good nature had gradually won ngnintt these handicaps lie could feel that he was attaining an enviable ascendency among the other 1btl Then fate ngalnst which gods men or Mnnll boys can J fight intervened and suddenly gave It Charlie n halo of glory which It A FOURTH ALARM THAT MEANT A BIG BLAZE recmtd no mere boy even the best pitcher in that district could hope- to attain Charlie was running home from school loin speed being Increased by a the fuel that Mickey on vengeance Vent was following niter whenf the corner he ran luto n short atI yet gentleman with a square jaw a very short neck The shock of the collision threw the boy to the side etJeniwhile careful of his personal dignity and proud of his record Kid Evans wax not illnatureil out of the ringI teaching down he lifted the trnte boy to his feet apparently etflfhenvied Charlie on the head Were dere me lad he ald In tones of klndlycondcf censlon Youse fiint hurt Here a quarter tor yoiiKe An dc next time try to run litcown some one of your size not fle t lightweight ehampecn Then the great man resumed his troll leaving Oiarl e in a Lewildered daze of glory Kid Kvans the t lightweight champion the and envied of every boy in honorceI Lad spoken to him had on the head had given him n qunr ter Could a tenj earold boy with iiathletic ambition ever attain higher tLonerHut the heart of Mickey Flynt was tilled with deepest gloom His rival J3ml1 beaten him had won glory to which he could nut hope to attain Once indeed the famous Kidvans Siatl maul hello to him On the strength of this honor Mickey had strutted and paraded among his en vioiih fellows for n week Hut the Stated Charlie Hastings hail been flatted on the bead and addressed p nan silly by the great man Mickey Jclt that his leadership was over 2There vntj nu use to contend against are on whom such gifts ere show airedTeGO AHEAD If the prairie and the woodland coax your I1rtt why go abend stay cooped up In the city from the country wale add cool 4 Tflcld to moods that promlie for youll Le a long U1dGo and drtam away your lIdIihadowi by the pool Go nrd hear the fleldlnrJi ruts on the wing Go an drink Jut like you useter from n bubbilrg wayside cjtrlxtir flcp right down flat on your Murrmlck pucker up your lips snMVrlnkl Till your fouls pores fpring wide open an ail carte on torrcm kave Then roil over and be cOld un the loplns GUlaR brink An be happy wipe your nouth off like you ustf r on your lUcve roe they aint no doubt about a othatQu be a long time Jf the country deadIwork air so Jf ycu want tc ta boy youre got to go andrenaf flat only dree4rs can bring the Cats you ured to love rI you cnlyIcan In the overarching blue So if yu know a valley where the alma Iprrr4ADd en you you Just up auro aheadII pont I knox you had a w ethart In thtmI I tar off days you knotted1 kin tie her plain as preacbln jltb btrlI hairpandit dallier TIt Min CPwntry road I Jtut ties the tire efiglntl Tuit4 down the nearby avenue Ordinarily Mkltey would have dashed wildly In pursuit Now he was too crushed to even walk fast Fires What was the use In running to them iney were common Hut recognition by Kid Kvans And Mickey felt the Iron of the worlds injustice burn mutt his soul Hut the fire engines and hose carts continued to rush to the tire Then jthe reserves from the neighboring precinct station left the station house on the run Mickey knew ex actly to which districts the reserves from every station on that side of the responded The present fire jIUUt be n bigone or this particular respondIFhenhag patrolmen say something about a fourth niacin A fourth alarm That meant n big blaze De fourth alarm fellows De fourth alarm he called wildly to the boys who were hurrying trout the school house Jle bigger tint in yearsAnd momentarily forgetful of the honors which had been Khoweitd on his rival he dashed at full speed towards the avenue By this time the police hnd cleared the avenue nail from all the Ire houses in that section of the cityen gines hose carts and big hook and ladder trucks were hurrying Wheu n response Is made tOil fourth alarm there is no holding back of the great horses no waiting to fee if teams end people are out of the way The trucks and engines come with n ter rifle ru h which means destruction to any tardy wagon or reckless pe destrian who does not look out for himself Down time avenue Hose 7 and Truck 4 which carried the big i expansion ladder were dashing as fut as their powerful galloping teams could take them The hide walks were crowded and In his hurry to arrive at the big fire Mickey darted out Into the street and began thenfireSuddenly ti shout told lain of his danger Hose 7 with its big grays was almost on him It was Impossi ble for Mickey to reach the sidewalk Terrified he ran farther omit Into the street And this brought him directly in the path of the big hook mod ladder truck Hut it was the very bigness and length of the truck which saved Mickey Hy a cunning little sweivc possible only to n trained driver of fire horses the front wheels turned a little to the right Mickey was sale from them But he could not turn back and a second later he would he truck by time rear wheels of the big machine Then before the boy realized what was happening one of the firemen clinging to the sde steps of the truck reached down grabbed Mickey by the collar end with a powerful jerk fairly hurled him out of harm and upon the body of the truck There was no possibility of stopping And half lying half held by the fire men Mickey Flynt went to time fire IIIIswaying jouncing top of 4 cityIthe schoolyard the next morning his bearing was that of a conquering hero Not- only had he enjoyed the honor of rid Ing to the great lire on Truck 4 bt papesleenMickey wondered how much bliss a boy could stand nrd live In frttit of the school house Charlie Hastiti s was proudly holding forth to a grr ip of admirersAnd Evans the ehampeen runja quarter And he exhblted tfte quarter the badge of honor tar too precious to be tightly rqimidrred Hut Mickey only looked wih amused Fcorn at his late rival now left far behind in the race for glory He himself had reached such heights he could be magnanimous flats right he assented Evan In patronizing tones always Is good to little felltiw And its a nice tIming for Charlie lucre tint he spoke to him Course though it aint in the same clain with riding to fires on the truck especially oa big Truck 4 IWllh her lips 1 pout fer kl tecah het brow was more than faIr And Im missing of her with youl Aye Ill miss her till Im dead And I feel like playing hookey out where Dreamlands ways are fimail J M Lewis In Houston Pact IRATS AND PLAGUE Mennn Enipliirr In Jnnnm l Vlp Out the DUfrnirSprradlHK tndrut It Is now well sawn that rata have keen tho medium of spreading plague a ricl in infested districts the dead btenIa correspondent of the London Post the Japanese officials at Kobe lately ordered all rats to be destroyed and have distributed packages of poison in order that the edict may be carried Qut These packages bear Instructions printed in Japanese German and Eng lab The wording of the latter li rather peculiar Eat not the con ents for it is forbidden If anybody bY carelessness eats of them let him eport at once to the nearest police man and if none Is to be found then eport to the coroner If any arsenic s left over by the rats notify the police who will remove it Give notice o the rats that they must not die In their holes as the latter if orbldfrp under the heaviest penalties WESTERN FARM LIFE It U Xit At n Ilrftuint nnil the Wlvrn tit rti rrm Are the Culcl auferere- Many farmers wives lo the east hardly realUe the comfort that rnrroundR them even In an oldfjshloncd house with few modern conveniences as compared with the privations encountered on some of the virgin prairies Ills true that eommunltlr build up rapidly In the great west and the rod house of one generation Ulan gives way to the convenient modern tlwelllng of the next but life Is hard for every pioneer and some of Its greatest trials fall to the women A witty woman once observed that her sympathies were not to much with the Pilgrim Fathers as with their wives they endnred all the hardships that the Pilgrim Fathers did and the Pilgrim Fathers too In like manner when we read of the courageous home steaders who fight drought and cloudbursts grasshoppers and blizzards until NKURASKA SOD HOIS E the virgin prairie Is harnessed to Its work of feeding the world we think of lonely women like the one who stands in front of that pitiful little sod house In Nebraska shown In the cut Our friends tell us that a sort house or a dugout Is often very comfortable but the housekeeper has to renounce many things that she thought necessities In the tree embowered home back fast We should like to visit awhile with that Nebraska housewife who stands up to courageously by her front door we have no doubt she has met many housekeeping problems and bravely surmounted them and we hope the rich cod beneath her feet will produce among Its lather crops a modern farmhouse that will make up for all the privations she may first pats through Ilural New Yorker CUTTING AND FEEDING CORN tla1 A Jrrlllrr en tlloll FuII ltrne Ml tit Illi Crop Kiplalnril b r mm AxrlcHllnrlil No farmer receives the full beneflt from his crop unless he feeds both the fodder and grain writes Fred II Suhre In Orange Judd Farmer The but plan Is to purchase a corn binder and cut the crop with It My experience pro tg hat It Is cheaper than to have It cut bjr land One man with a machine can cut six to eight acres a day and two men ran shock It Corn rut this way and bound In bundle Is easier handled whether hauled to a shredder or husked by hand I have a feed cutter and a fourhorne sweep power with which I used to emit my fodder but I found that I ran have this work done cheaper and better with a combined husker and shredderMy waste lets shredded fodder than they do good clover hay I never to fatten my cattle on grain but intend to feed enough to keep them In good growing condition to they will fatten readily when turned on grass I live three miles from a mill where I can have my corn ground on a rorn and cob grinder for seven cents per ICO pounds This mill will grind about 30 bushels an hour therefore I never have to wait very long when getting a load of corn ground This Is much cheaper for me than to have a mill of my own for I think that to do a good Job of grinding power should be had from I team or gasoline engine the cost of which Is too much for me as I seldom have over 35 cattle old and young Every Intelligent farmer knows It pays to few some grain to rattle In winter but about the first of January when the corn nets hart and dry tome of ray cows will not rat It on cob therefore t must have It ground I believe If It Is ground with the cob It Is more easily digested than rorn meal Cattle not being tell heavily ent their grain rapidly If corn Is fed on the cob I think enough Is wasted to more than pay for grinding ROTES ON THE MULE A tunic will lilac away and die when rheitmatiFtn attacks tits hind feet Disease Is friendly to the drinking fountain lines with green slime In kodaklns a mule dont focus Its rear unless you have a wheelbarrow escapement handy- A mulq U u vegetarian Ly nature and training and although be will kill he will not eat his prey A mule never discriminates between a tramp and a preacher He Js like the rain gets the drop on bad And good alikeA hire one great advantage over less favored creatures be has no de scendants to leave a good name and lameso leaves neither- A mule standing motionless with both eyes half closed Is not dreaming sweet dreams Scientists say he is either thinklnf of the man he kicked lost or U one be will kick AntRural World n USE OF FERTILIZERS It Ia Problem That Writrm Vari era Are Nut Knrluff nuQ VUI- Conllnur to Wave Vlint ls a fertilizer It Is anything added to the soil to Increai the amount of plant food in it or U wake available that plant feed There am 14 elements entering Into plant Cfowth but ten of theme are used in such email Quantities by the plants and are so abundant In the soil that they are seldom taken into considera ion In the dlmisslon of plant food time four that are considered are cal cium phosphorus nitrogen anti lOIns sium Calcium in combination with water forms lime Calcium Is tu cheap In the form of gypsum and lime that it Is seldom mentioned In connec NeverthelessInc that millions of acres of land are bearing half crops bicauso they arc too acid needing but the application of lime to enable tbtn to tear full crops WI have thought too little of lime simply because U was t o abun dent and cheap- IhosplioriiH potash and nitrogen art certainIIt Is almost prohibitive Thus Irof Hopkins of the Illinois Agricultural college says that tome of the stock raising farms of Illnols have been so exhausted of phosphorus that It wilt require an expenditure of 150 per acre to bring them bark to their vlitjln state as to soil content of phosphses The question of fertilizers In noun Is one that must Interest farmers to n greater extent than It lies In the past The Increase of our population points out the Jill of a system that depended on getting now virfln soil when that occupied had been exhaust ed of Its fertility The supply of fer tility In n soil should be as carefully reckoned for at sliouH the capital In the vaults of n banker The use of fertilizers is a matter that our western farmers are now facing and will continue to face It will be easier to put on a little rule year and thus keep up the farm than to walt till a certain clement Is exhausted and then attempt to suppl it Farmers Review CHARCOAL FOR HENS d It Promote Illurnllon mud iiirtll and I Vnll lu Mlninlnlr Ira Uucllun cil Kitt The hen In confinement must hart careful feeding to keep her In health Charcoal la cleansing to the syidenm anti promotes digestion and appetite A elm vie device for fecurinp charcoal from the ashes of any vood lire U quickly made out of a codfish box To make the little sifter shown in the drawiig pry the bottom from ovi of the 4H by elgbtlnrh boxes In which HANDY CI1AIIC OAI fiUTEIl fish Is bought Cut a piece of netting from a wornout ash sifter will do about five fiches square Tack this over the bottom of the box ut one end using double pointed tacks trend the edges of the netting up against the box on the outside then tack the bottom of the lox on again letting it Just cover the netting nnd project H Inches or beyond the box This forms a handle and a piece of cord passed through two holes and tied to form a loop makes It possible to hang up the sifter This sifter seems a small and slight affair but It works much better than a big one Into which rcverifl quarts of ashes would be dumped at once Armed with an old pan and n fire shcvcl put ting In only a few ashes nt a time the contents of tho ash pan from our kitchen range will yield over a quart of flno charcoal Orange Judd Farmer LATE BEE PASTURE tVhr l Para lo Jow n llfltr AUIh unit Ulillt Clovrr n lnnil sreling ttet In some localities late In the rroeon the honey producing plants fall or their season pastes and the btu find themselves without anything to work on The ordinary farmer considers It tco small a business to take Into considera lion the needs of the busy little workers when sowing his crops but when We call to mind tho fact that all bees bring Is Just that much clear gain with little or no labor we can afford to expend some time and labor In providing tvt their wants Especially is this live when the crop sown Is one that will bring a profit or prove a benefit outside of its value as a Leo food Alslko ad while clover town in waste on land needing rest and rejuvenation will furnish much tack food as well as the best bee pasture There are many fields and patches about the farm where the early crops will be taken ort In August which can te planted In buckwheat and a good crop of salable grain realized while the Lutes ran find the material In it for their winter stores Prairie Farmer s Feed tar Volta on Failure The best swine raisers Insist that it pays to feed hogs a IHUejsroln while on pasture even though the pasture be clover A hogs stomach Is small and la not capable of digesting as much coarse material as a horse oran ox con sequently It is always advisable to gin- a little sralii The animal remains more thrifty aims M assimilate and digest its coarse toed better and when the time cornea to put on heavy feed starts of more rapidly ipd does Litttr Oracji Judd Farmer A Sweet Tooth TB responsible for many aches and pains But whatever the COUBO of decay it should be arrested and the Teeth put in good condition We clean fill or extract tenth without pain to the patient Our fine sets of teeth at 15 made on xylonite or rubber are absolutely per feet We guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 cents Them heat amalgam tilling 7C cents Special ac commodations for patients from I distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson IOIlrfnUltlOOr Richmond Ky P J VS w Ti ATw rorwPaIMle1iI4er r ac161 teMaomnuar uErse awrc4lrOp henyou want a physic that ie mild and gentle easy to take and cerlniu to act always ute Chamber laitri Stomach and User Tablets For nale by S E Welch Jr r wants Itlal tsuur nd toe TELEPHOJES Cofffitti 750 per fij rah of ltmnnta In1M andckr4 wilb Wit Ins Uirraula Intl any nn tu kn nrm Afr nrclloni wlMml rrrTtaui kouelraof IJrcliIr If curia IMi a coioplM total In IIMII sad Inrmuds 1111111I fvr pair to It- UlriAn 11Ire TnIIITICLappsandTapIn HKIOIAX C TAJ L rs 1Larrrlisu rLirrmriL SM4r Jttr Br 1HOMKRa LoituvnLrKr Ilij IrUii otiil llxiigtili Ford V Sturgeon a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station Ky write Wo were requested by Dr G 13 Snigley to tend fir Hcrbine for the benefit of our customers We order ed three dczn in December and we are glad to any IJerblnw Ilea gvin such great vntlafucliou that we hue duplicated this order three timer std today we gave your salesman another order We beg to Bay Dr G B Snigley takes pleasure in recommend ing Ilcrbiue f0c botdHold by Enst End Drug Co n REPAIR THAT LOOM Boren College bas secured a market for homeHpun and home woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress Hooey jeans blankets etc at follow Jag priceu- Coverlids f 4 to 16 Linen 40 to f0 cents n yard j Dress Linsey 50 cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 a pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids roust bo 2 yards i2 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used mutt be old fashioned homomade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College ivatjts before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per ion or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says eho has prevented attacks of cholera rnorbus by taking Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attack are usually caused by indigestion and these Tablets are just what is needed tacleanse the stomach and ward oft the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic Tray be pre rented in the same way For sale by I P E Welch Jr MONUMENTS I Urn Meadatons tUtuir Coops sad Marble- Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at ran onabie prices and with tliKjmtch All work guar auteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA I RICHMOND Ky nr1 allamid Iollliit streetiI Cured rarasl- Ir S Haily 1 0 Trite Texan writes My wife had been nutTering live years with paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to use Hal larda Snow Liniment which outlet her all right I have also used it for old sorer frost bites nUll skin trtip lions It does the work I MJo and 8100 bottle Sold nt tram End Drug Co DR M E JONES Dentist vx v 021cc Over 1rinlini office Office Day WitlnrMlay in eA of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Iriltcrlup Meat Bonn anti Lodging itt popular price Second lOt opposita Court llou Richmond KT- ft G ENGLE Prop Intent 1111 I rmmrrr The pus that are patent in their action and pwnn1 in tfTtct see Do NVittH Little Kirljr Misers W S Ihilpot of Albany GBHayoDurin n bilious attack I took cue Small it was it did mo more goad than calomel btu mass or any other pill I ever took and at tbo same time it elected me phfisanUjr Litho Early Risers are cerlHlnly an ideal pill Sold by Hast Em Drug Co iI I Without Harness The best loran in the world in of tit lieu UIICIVilb well nnido iKfficl fitting barmws on ho bicotntd both useful and ornatnentnl It stylo is desired our i10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to A dot It is light bnudfiouio Hud very durable Ifstrength is the main consider tiou our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet nil requirement Couldnt be stronger if it was all iro- nT1 AloberlyRl- climon J Ky Int All Vim vent Persons troubled with indigoatioa or Dyspepsia can eat nil they want if they will tnko Kodol Djspcpaia Cure i This remedy prepares time stomach for tho receptiou retention digestion and assimilation of all of tho whole some food that may be eaten and en ables the digestive organs to trans form tho same into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by East End Drug Co 0 =OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS Fruits and VtgttMtt a Spcdal bole trot lot Btoocr Cream Bre- adilfsilts Yutiiti MILL J I 1THECITIZEN jeIn the Harden The rose is mode ot little frills The lily Is a dip And Knllets ore the daffodils From which the tattles sup Till daisy Is n daring sun Ho small nnd round nnd sweet Thn sunflower a blKKor ono Though never hulf no neat yetnTill lovely little violet Was once a piece of sky The orchids that I may not touch Am curious like shells The hyacinths remind mo much ot lute of little bells In fart through all our garden plot In Mummer tlmo or spring Thems hardly any flower thats not Jut like some other Ihlnir Muricurct fltetle Anderson rut Understood understood We movo ulong asunder 1Not creep paths grow wider as tho seasons Along the years we marvel and we Wonder Why lira Is lift and then we toll asleep Not understood Not understood We gather false impress shine And hug them closer as the years go by Till virtue oftvn stems to us trattagres stasis And thus men rise and fall and live and die Not understood Not understood Ioor souls with stunted vision Oft measure giants by their narrow gauge The poisoned shafts of falsehood and de rision Are oft Impelled gamut those who mold the use Not understood Not understood The secret springs of action Which lie beneath the surface and the show Are disregarded with self satisfaction We Judge our neighbors and they often to Not understood Not understood How many hearts are aching For lack of sympathy Ah day by day How many cheerless lonely hearts ate breaking How many noble spirits pass away Not understood O Clod that men should see a little clearer Or Judge less harshly when they cannot seat O God that men would draw a little nearer To one another Theyd be nearer thee And understood 1 Molt In Louisiana Hun ttt1tM +H+H+ 1Wt +H1 1 The Home JKHRIB LESTER HILL Editor J11111I111IH HH + AN EXCELLENT TEED Thorn In no bettor or cheaper feel for the laying henaluau milk It Is not advisable however to feed grunt quantities of it in its liquidslnto an it la very loosening to tho bowels It should bo prepared fie follows Place thick soar milk in pans and not over the fire lo Mont through well when the whey may bo easily separated from the curd It should Ira drained to it dry powdery mans when it will ho fit to feed The curd from two pan or milk will make a generous rood for twonty five hens Bo sure to J give plenty of wider also grit It will bo fount nprofitnblo rood MANAGEMENT Of aoiLTIKd HENS Moulting hens will now lw noticed Anti also until late in the year if slow in beginning to shed their feathers They need dry quartos at night and protection from rains during the day an tiny will easily take cold in such n condition A teaspoonful of tincture of iron in tho drinking water will sorvn as an invigorator and the food nhotild be of a variety and nourishing Milk should bo given freely CHICKEN CHOLEIU The beet symptom of cholera in intense thirst Indigestion in often supposed to be cholera Cholera kills quickly but indigestion destroys only slowly The best remedy for cholera thoro is no sure euro is a teaspoon ful of liquid carbolic acid ina quart of drinking water For indigestion cease feeling for twonlyfour hours and then give only one meal a day a light ono and pound some crockery or old china for the hens Ills only when hens are overfed and are not compelled to work and scratch that they have indigestion tI I I IH+II Flll + The School 00 JOHN W1RT DINSMORB Editor SLOYD The word Sloyd as applied to that peculiar system of educational tool originated in Sweden ivas carefully selected from the Swed ish vocabulary Manual Training is not a synonymous term and is often misleading when it is so used for the word Sloyd moans not only manual training but mental training L as well With those two things which are included in the very definition of tho word itself we way with high authority couple ono other consideration and say that tho prin ciples of Sloyd are remarkably favor able to a virtuous disposition Squareness in things is not without its relation to rqtiareness in thought and notion and when a student has learned to ho truthful and exact in working with wood he will bo much inclined to apply tho saute virtues in other directions on other occasions The trite expression that ideal education has to do with the threefold nature of the human being Ia most important one but It does not convoy the whole truth Such an education must not only clovolop the physique and tho mind and tho morals propor tionately but it must do it nimultane ounly with rational progression anti with a minimum of monotony or drudgery The school courses are already overcrowded but of the vari ous studies in tho largo and growing curriculum no ono branch when standing alone can an yet claim to give HIIU8Y guueial progressive simultaneous dovelopement Con frequently Sloyd has boon planned and prompted by wise men to fill this imortnnt ollico and tho only excuse for introducing such a subject into tho schools of this country is that with a careful study of the growing child his welfare seems to demand it The value of Sloyd an as education al factor is fast becoming universally recognized Although it in yet in its infancy so far as America in deacon od it has already met with exceeding success in ninny parts of the North and East and Las won the hearty ap probation of many great educators It in deeply significant to find among its advocates and supporters such mn an Dr John Dewey of the Uni versity of Chicago Dr C Han ford Henderson of Philadelphia Pres Arthur T Hndloy of Yale University and Prof James and Pre Eliot of Harvard Nevertheless like almost all other new and important movements it has had to moot and disarm many kInds of opposition Influential people sitting in educational authority have not always understood its importance and have given it an inferior position Others who have porhaps somewhat fully realized its value have boon ig norant of this conditions which wore favorable to its highest success and have hampered it by adverse circum stances While several other mis apprehensions concerning it have boon abroad But those things have caused all triioheatted Sloyd teachers lo cry out in its defense and the difficulties which confronted it are fast disappearing before tho light of a more thorough study of the subject MADISON COMBS IH =SILAS CHRKVBR MASON Editor HMHM I III1HHII1lff MANURIAL CROPS IN THE SOUTH Clover Crops In General Farming Continued tram tat week My experience with cow peas is more limited but one field of 18 acres which had borne successive crops of corn was in consequence in very poor condition and sowed to black cow pens in May In September when the pens were ripening they were cut with a mowing machine raked with a horse rako and stacked in moderate sized slacks As soon as they were dry they were beaten out with flails and the stalks fed to the cows they were eaten with great relish As soon as the peai were taken off the ground was plowed thoroughly har rowed and rolled harrowed again in a few days and sown to wheat in October when an application of 400 pounds of acid phosphate por acre was mado Tho following March Red clover seed waseown on the field Tho yield of wheat wajufino The stand of clover was excellent and the yield the following spring was about two tons per acre Another small field in very poor condition from suo cesiive croppings without manure was sown to cow peas of the Un known variety Two hundred pounds of acid phosphate were applied The growth of vines was very rank and was cut for feed and the following spring the ground was in admirable condition for strawberries This course of treatment soon made the whole farm fertile anti productive WESLKT WEBB in the Rural New Yorker r An Old Favorite+ ++ ROBERT OF LINCOLNB- y William Cullen Bryant tinEIiniLT swinging on und went Near to the nest of daml- Over thu mountain mend Hobcrt of Lincoln la tclllnir llobollnk bob o llnk Bplnk Mimiik speak Snug and wife In this unit of Hidden anuriK the Hummer Choc cliec elite llobrrt of Lincoln Is Ktiyly UciirliiK a bright black coat White are his nhouldera and crest Hear him call In his merry llobollnk lob o link Spunk 11lIk stunk look what a nice new coat In Sure there was never n bird Chee clue elite Robert of Lincolns Quaker Pretty und quiet with plain WllIKH Passing at home a patient life llrouds In the grass while band sings liobollnk bobollnk Hplnk spank spunk Brood kind creature you ne fear- Thiuves and robbers while I Chee chee clieo Modest and shy ns a nun la One weak chirp Is her only Ilraeeart nod prince of he- Iourloir boasts frpm his llobollnk bol olln Hplnk spank splnk Never was I afraid of men Catch me cowardly knaves If Chee dim dice CARE OF CLOTHES Ilow to Kp Your WrarlBK I 0004 Ccsidlllon For taking spots out of best to have at hand the materials ns It is much easier move spots when they are when they become old nnd dry zinc gasoline and naphtha goal A little piece of plain llnnnol or some very fast dye best to apply this with or In sence of this you might use sponge Thu rare of gloves may be served by the ohnervancu of a ple rules says Hnbenlnnher them In tissue paper Dont out of shape It is no tout of and stalls their beauty Clove powder freely used Is of n pair of gloves In many C perspiring hand forced Into n often one or two sizes too usually come out the least and the blame will be as tho treatment If you staid your clothes done up lx sure that you select laundry Machine work and short work of flue ifothe lars nnd cuffs should bo done out gloss Insist on the Isis Hnve your poke and wing Ironed flat not curled All clothing should cnretull up nnd It you will study iSixnod use the modern appliances ore easily procured you can great deal of clothing In good tion In a very small space twisted wire coat racks enough On these put the nnd then over the waistcoat coat There ore also patent hangers which keep the trou ed In shape but It is much fold your trousers properly then in time bottom of your a long drawer A pier of paper should be tween each pair of trousers will not hurt them It they folded once In light weight such ns homespuns anti much better to lay the flat In a drawer than to up All clothing should be possible brushed and kept as free trout How to Cleam Marble Marble can be cleaned by with a rather soft paste made Ing or prepared chalk and which n little ammonia has ed Rlnso afterward with clcaji A rub with pumice stone will restore the polish flow to Make Water Lily Hero Is a salad that looks It sounds and tastes as It both looks and sounds whites of hard boiled eggs Into petal 11ke strips Save out two yolks but mash the rest mayonnaise and fill tho middle arranged petals with the tho remaining yolks through sieve scatter over tho petals late pollen nnd cut lettuce to resemble time outer green Slow to Save Your To save your stockings sew a chamois leather on time Inside heel of your shoe This will rubbing thp stocking and so appearance of those dreaded Stow to Keep Mold Front Have ready the covers and as each jar rover at once while hot This will make them air tight Jam jellies and mode up In this way will keep even three yeas lion to Clean Frying Do not scrape a trying pan liable afterward to burn well with a hard crust of wash In hot water l 0 while eggs on a bed of hay Icked with purple a pretty sight os the mother sits nil day Is singing with all his might liob o link bobollnk Bplnk spank splnk good wife that never goes out house while I frolic about Chec Ghee clue as tho little ones chip the shell wide mouths are open for food of Lincoln bestirs him well seeds for the hungry brood Iobollnk bobolink Spunk spank splnk new life Is likely to bo for a Kay young fellow like me Chee chee chee of Lincoln at length Is made with work and silent with rare Is his holiday garment laid forgotten that merry air Ilub o link bob o ilnk Spunk spank plnk knows but my mate and I our nest and our nestlings lie Chee chee chee wanes the children are grown and frolic no more ho knows of IJncoln a humdrum crone he lies and wo sing as he goes Ilob o link bobollnkSpunk spank splnk you can pipe that merry old strain of Lincoln come back again Chee chee chee USEFUL HINTS to Solve Several Perplexing Household Problems quick and easy way to slip a rod curtains Is to pare the end of rod put a thimble on the end and rod will slip through quito easily tearing the curtain prevent windows from steaming them thoroughly and apply a quantity of glycerin over the with a soft cloth Rub briskly lightly until the glycerin well In prevent portieres catching under tho door when opened quickly n small ring such ns Is used for frames Into the center of time frame To this fasten n length of cord sufllclent to roach to time bot of the curtain Iut another ring in center of the door at the top thread cord through and fasten to time bot of the curtain and as tho door Is no the curtain rises not throw old Incandescent man nway They make n splendid pol for sliver Put a little on n soft and rub on the article to be It will polish beautifully scratching or marking the sil cleaning out a fireplace sprin a good handful of tea leaves among ashen This makes the ashes lift and prevents the dust from fly about the room machining soft materlalesuch silks or muslins pin or tack strips of along the parts to be machined that the paper Is next to the teeth of sewing machine nnd the work up Then tho material will not or gather as It otherwise wouM1 chiffon can bo machined In this disturb nn invalid by making a when putting coals on the fire In sick room Put the pieces of coal In bags and put both cools and bag the fire How to Wash a Lace Collar wash a lace collar first sew tho with long stitches upon a double of white flannel plunge Into soapsuds and wash then rlnso clear water to which a little borax bluing have been added Gently In the hand place between dry and press till dry with a hot How to Draw aa Oval two stout plus and stick them Into the table through time sheet paper on which you wish to draw oval about two inches apart Then together tho ends of a bit of string eight Inches long aa to form a leaving two loose ends each an Inch long When you have this tie the loose ends lntoa loop which need not be larger sufficient to admit the point of n Now place time larger loop over two pins and putting the point of pencil through time smaller loop time string as far as It will go circle all around tho pins You will that In moving from one pin to the the string forms nn ever varying and that the figure described passing all around tho pins Is as per an oval as the most delicate Instru can produce How to Air Beds directions for airing beds given domestic training school are worth Placo two chairs with seats to near an open window Fold tho neatly time long way and over time tops of the chairs allowing middle to sag down to tho seats the blankets next and place over counterpane allowing a space be n each for the circulation of air In the same way with the rest the bedrlothlng Heat up time pil and place them where they will the air a A NARROW MARGIN In the Second Race tho Reliance Beat the Shamrock One Min and 19 Seconds iute FINE AND HARD FOUGHT CONTEST At Every Point of Sailing of the Vcr sets the Defenders Superiority Was Demonstrated Bated Upon the Magnificent Showing the Reliance Has Made It II the Belief of Experts That the Cup Will Remain Here New York Aug 2GIn a glorious whole sail breeze over a triangular course ten miles to a leg the fleet Hooted cup defender Reliance again Tuesday showed her heels to Sir Thomas LIptona challenger taking the second race of the cup series of 1903 by tho narrow margin of one min ute and 10 seconds It was as pretty and as hard a fought contest as has ever been sailed off Sandy Hook and had tho wind not fallen during the last ten minutes the record for the course 3 hours 12 minutes and 15 seconds mado by Columbia two years ago In her memorable raco against Shamrock II would have been broken As It was Reliance sailed the 30 miles with in two minutes and 39 seconds of the record which speaks wonders for her speed In the wind that was blowing Reliances victory narrow as It was would have been even smaller had not SHAMROCK TilE THIRD Capt Wringo the skipper of the Brit ish ship bungled tho start sending his craft over tho lino 19 seconds after the last gun and handicapping her to that extent At every point of sailing the defend ers superiority was demonstrated She gained ono minute and 61 seconds In windward work 40 seconds on tho run to the second mark and 45 sec onds on tho close reach for homo Based upon the maglnflccnt showing she has made in the two races al ready sailed It Is tho belief of many experts that the cup is safe and that It will take something better than Fifes latest creation to even budgo it After the race Sir Thomas Lipton saidYou have all seen the results and the only thing I can say Is that we did better today than In tho last race which ii hopeful I figure my defeat at a little over one minute It I make as much progress in the next as I did In this over the last I will be a bit ahead In the finish of the third race I was more than pleased with the way my own boat was handled today It Is hard to admit It but the best boat won Perhaps with more wind at the finish tho result might have been dir ferent But I dont want to throw any cold water on the victor It Is hard to win every race In such a series and I hope our turn will come next Capt Barr said Thats number two Now wo will get ready for tho thirdLord Sbaftesbury said We are licked The Reliance Is jolly well tho best boat C Oliver Iselln said I dont sup pose any body over saw two boats bet ter handled than those were today It would seem however that the Roe lance baa proved her superiority in all kinds of weather and under all conditionsWon the Champlain Stake Saratoga N Y Aug 2G African der added in tho last minute won tho Champlain stakes Tuesday Hermls and McChesney who were to meet In this event as tho representatives of tho east and the west respectively were scratched on account of tho heavy going Africander was made a 7 to 10 shot and won handily by a length and a halt Funeral of Menottl Garibaldi Rome Aug 26rThe funeral of Me nottl Garibaldi tho eldest son of the patriot took place Tuesday and evok ed a great popular demonstration of sympathy It Is estimated that 850000 witnessed the funeral procession Miners Go Out on Strike Cumberland Md Aug 2GElght hundred coal miners employed In the Elk Garden fields of West Virginia are on strike because It is stated tho discharge of men for joining ofI United Mine Workers union TUESDAY M IINational League First Phllaphla 400000000412 Ill Plttsburg 00201000 26 7 1 Doheny and Phelps Duggleby Roth Doom Umpire Emsllo andISecond gameP- hlladolphla 00000 00 6 2 Pltteburg to 8 0 1 1 1 3 8 0 Wlnbam and Smith Fraser and Doo In UmpireEmsliot American League Detroit 000000000 0 4 2 Chicago 01000010 02 10 0IDonovan and Buelow Flaherty and Slattery Umpire OLoughlln Cleveland 0 2 0 00 0 0 1 03 10 a Phllaphla 20100800 09 17 2 Donahue and Abbott Henley and Schreck UmpireEgan American Association Louisville 9 Kansas City 0 St Paul 7 Toledo 0 Columbus 12 Minneapolis 2 Central League Dayton 2 Fort Wayne 6 Wheeling 6 South Bend 6 Terro Haute 7 Grand Rapids 6 Pitcher Waddell Released Cleveland 0 Aug 26 Pitcher Waddell of the Philadelphia American league team was released permanent ly by Manager Mack Tuesday Wad dell did not put in an appearance for Tuesdays gamo and Tuesday after noon ho was told to hand over his uni form to tho club and to consider his services no longer at the disposal of tho Philadelphia team Death of David B LeedNew York Aug26frho sudden death of David Bradley Leo was an nounced Tuesday evening Mr Leo who was in his 70th year was a brother of the Countess Von Walderseo formerly Miss Mary B Lee and of tho Baroness do Wachtor A Remarkable Run Springfield Aug 26WabashIpassenger train No 6 mado a remark able run from Litchfield to Decatur Engineer Harry Stigall was at the throttle and the 69 miles was covered t In 64 minutes Four minutes wore lost In making stops Gen Sumner at Victoria Victoria B C Aug 2GThe steamer Empress of China brought among her passengers Gen S S Sumner who has been directing the operations against tho Moros in Mindanao and who accompanied by Mrs Sumner is bound for Omaha Five Prisoners Escape Tucson Ariz Aug 26F1ve pris oners Including Carlos McCormick escapedI Gold Field Discovered IRich City Aug 26There ill In Caxaca over the discovery of rich gold fields about 160 miles west of tho city of Caxaca and 12 miles from tho town of EJutla The oro found is said to assay up to 50 000 a ton The Boll Weevil In Texas Galveston Tex Aug 26The Tex as section of tho weather bureau servo ice Tuesday Issued a map showing the boll weevil district of tho cotton belt ot the state There are 81 counties affected Tho pests aro doing much damage Retains the Championship Port Huron Mich Aug 26 Martin t Duffy of Chicago won from tt MattyrMatthews Tuesday night in round bout which went to tho and thus retains the light welterweight championship of the world Stock Stable and Barns Burned Springfield III Aug 26All the stock stables and barns on the Leland hotel farm south of this city were destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon Tho residence was saved with dIm culty The loss Is heavy MARKET BBFOHT Flour and Grain Cincinnati Aug 25FlourWlnter patent 395420 fancy I35037C family 295320 extra 2650275 low grado 230240 spring patent 4CO5 fancy 385415 familyI365380 Northwestorn rye 325i 340 WheatNo2 red quotablo at S3083V4C on track CornNo 2 mixed quotable at 6353o on track Sales No 3 white track BSc No3 mixed track 52yac OatsSales No 2 mixed track34rc No 4 white track 341dc- Chicago Aug 25WhoatNo 2 red 8tyy82c No 3 dO 8081c No 2 hard winter 80 tfo No3 do 70 SOc No 1 Northern spring 90c No 2 do 87c No3 spring 83c Corn No 2 61051C No8 Blc Oats No2 3232sc Live Stock Cincinnati Aug 26CatUeHeavy steers choice to extra U605 none of the latter on sale fair to good 410450 butcher steers extra 450 0465 good to choice 366440 heifers extra 3854 good to choice 3600380 cows extra 3600375 good to choice 2600340 CalesFair to good light 525625 extra 650 Hogs Choice selected medium shippers 1700200 Ibs 610 choice medium packers and butchers 60 605 heavy 5600580 few 5850 5901ght shippers 6100620 pigs 110 Ibs 5250610 Sheep Extra 325 good to choice 2750315 LambsExtra 576 good to choice I54505C5 a DRINK AND INSANITY r IIi Alutatt lrerl lonnlr otv Itei mare the llrltillml of ChI Korimr to lip liNllrr The ledlcaIRecordofKew York In an editorial summarizes the lads or the flc1 AlmostI situation oi the drink itrolncm In the in sumo lands have become alarmed at the inroads which the unbridled consumption ot alcohol has matc and Is making into the prosper ity health and morals of their people In France the unrestricted sale of alcoholic beverages has already brought FrenchIagainst the drink habit In Russia the excessive drinking among the peas antry has Implied the government to utcp in and take control of the sale of spirituous liquors Although In Amer lleadrinking has never been so common 1 carried to such extent as In Europe thattheribiimptloh ol alcohol Great Britain has always had an unpleasant reputation as a country whose good people were ad dicted to strong drink on a large scale and It still In this respect maintains its position In the front rank Dr Robert Jones medical superin tendent of Cluybiiry lilriatlc asylum London published a short time ago a paper treating of drink with regard to the production of insanity Referring hehalii J sold There are probably at the press cat time no less than 110000 certified t insane persons In England and Wales alone of whom approximately about 60000 are males and 60000 females If the lunacy commissioners Blue nook for England and Wales be consulted the proportionate percentage of Instances In which alcohol has been assigned as the Cause of Insanity to the yearly aver ale number admitted Into asylums In the live years 18151900 Inclusive is- is for males and 05 for females the proportion Is much higher in Scotland and after allowing for the deaths of those whose form of Insanity Is immediately fatal than those t snorej by alcohol there are I believe l upon the lowest computation remain In usylunis at the present time no ITless than 10900 males and 5800 females who are mentally decrepit through the effects of alcohol During the time that the London county councils asylum at t CJaybury has been opened from 1893 to the end of 1901a Period of less than nine years S4M patients have been ad milled of whom 21 per cent of the males and 12C of tho females were definitely ascertained to owe their Insan ity to drink a total of over 800 men and 691 women who were thus rendered In 1capableof productive work through their own acts For the whole of Lon don during the period of 18931901 26J2 men and 1677 women were re ceived into asylums who owed their in sanity to alcoholic Intemperance Chronic alcoholism according to Dr Jones Implies an altered nutrition of all the tissues particularly parenchy matous elements and epithelium such i as that of the blood vessels causing thickening and ultimately fibroid changes It has been stated to be one of the special causes of dementia para lytlca It certainly Is one of the most Important elements in the strain which predisposes to this breakdown and It Is a most fertile sourer of nervous disease The degeneration of the tissues conse- quentf upon the altered nutrition is so general and farreaching that the rev suiting symptoms are of n most protean nature Attempts have been made tot differentiate these according to the particular form of alcohol taken such as 1wines beers spirits liquors etc but the distinction Is lose psychical than physical and the symptoms consist In the greater frequency of convulsive dis charges from such as absinthe of anal Bcsla from wines and of hypcralgesla from essences The liver of the spirit drinker Is familiar ns also the gross fatty changes In beerdrinkers differentl the6kincc of the individual An Inheritance perhasylums Persons of neurotic inherit ance arc predisposed tliu incidence of delirium small doses of clcohol giving rise to marked unsteadiness and other functional disc rbanees In others the nervous system almost entirely escapes and the stress Is left upon the liver and kidneys 2 Sex api oirs to have a marked Influence for nlthougli alcoholic Indulgence Is most common among men women recidivists arc more common and less curable 3 Elimination is a per eonal factor dependent upon the activ ity of the various excretory organs is tho skin kidneys hins etc fn IInI particular individual I Exercise ap pears also to Influence the symptoms as life In the open all favors tolerance Both men and women of sedentary hab t its suffer In comparison to tho more active and the more frequent Incidence of peripheral neuritis in women Is prob ably due to their Indoor life Age is t a modifying factor The period of greatest Incidence to tho pernicious ef fects of alcohol corresponds closely with that upon which falla the greatest men tal strain Males between 2r and 30 and those between 35 and 40 appear to bo according to Bevan Lewis moo cus h 1 d r ccptlble to alcohol thin those or another age The former is a period per culiarly characterized by Intellectual advance and one during which time hab its tend to become independent and fixed the other In an epoch during which the struggle for existence makci Itself felt In the fullest force and it It also an age during wiled an lcwli points out the feeble und Indifferent or ganisms olten feel the want of artificial stimulus to the use of which they often succumbThe latloll between drink and insan ity Is far more Intimate than It was at one time believed to be Perhaps time assertion that drink Is the most potent cause of mental disorders would now pass without cavil Certainly the brain Is the organ which Is most disastrously affected by excessive Indulgence In al cohol for although other organs maybe seriously Injured the outcome of the habit Is more frequently mental dissolu tion Journal of Inebriety AN ALCOHOLIZED INTELLECT What at lntopy Bhotrvil In the Care or n Man Who Unit Hlrd Suil rirnlr Hi Kanaa Culp- A man died suddenly In Kansas City leaving to the world a strangely Im pressive record of a blighted life The physicians upon cutting open hli skull found his brain immersed In al cohol the fumes of which filled the room Evidently a heavy drinker was the verdict of the physicians The physical tragedy that must have preceded this event Is quite familiar Physiologists tell us how that dread despoiler alcohol making its way through the system Is rejected by an outraged stomach spurned by an In dignant heart thrust througti the arteries straining and distending them crisping parching and charring them so that they cannot perform their functions at last bursting them and allowing the blood and alcohol to flow in among the nerves and brain UV1DKNTUY A HEAVY DRINKER irritating inflaming and torturing the delicate sensitive brain fiber The nerves of sight become Inflamed to see the awful visions and the nerves of hearing become Irritated to hear mad dening sounds What manner of think ing must emanate from a brain thus If you can a memory pois oned by alcohol recalling only wile suggestions utterly lacking the pornr to recall storedup truth and wisdom Picture an Imagination which has lot the power to soar but instead crawls like a slimy reptile Conceive of an alcoholsaturated judgment controll ing large Industries or an alcohol stimulated reason trying to weigh matters of national moment in affairs of state the mind now unduly elated again depressed becoming uncon trolled and finally paralyzed Consider what an alcoholized affection must resemble highly excited passionate lawless Finally let the mind pause for one awful moment to comprehend the depths of despair that have been sounded when time human consclencp shall have become so debilitated awl devitalized by alcoholic stimulants that It no longer stands on guard as an inward monitor but lies manacled drugged wounded a useless dying thingPhysicians tell us emphatically that the alcoholizing process Is not sudden but gradual the worK of months and years and Is unquestionably talc ing place In the physical systems of men and women who would Indignant ly deny that they belong to the drink ing class Meanwhile the world at large Is compelled every day to have a part In the tragedy which Involves not only the men and women who drink and their immediate families and offspring but Involves every man woman and child with whom they come In contact Every day we are obliged to tolerate and submit to legislation emanating from alcohol brains to accept from the courts judgments distorted by al coholized thinking to Intrust business to the vitiated Intellects of men who are moderate drinkers to take our politics and its measures of corruption defiled by the deadly drug The fumes of It are everywhere on the streets In the city halls In the street car In the court room even in the school room brought by Innocent children upon whom the poison has been forced as nourishmentAt Is almost compelled to believe that whole communities of ray spectable abstemious lawabiding citizens are unconsciously stupefied by Its fumes as they sit Insensible or indifferent to the dangers which such a condition of things portends Union Signal ocln iff messed are they who do hunger and thirst after righteousness in social life What the social life needs h a strong Infusion of righteousness so that there shall bo conslderatcncas charitableness modesty temperance healthy amusement and intelllstate llov Si 11 Harris Y The Lying of Children By PROF R A HAIGHT There seems to be a tendency in nearly all chil dren to deceive and it manifests itself at an early age1he motives which actuate children to lie are somewhat different from those by which adults are influenced in the same direction While the reasons arc about as numerous and diverse as the liars them selves still they can nearly all be classified under one of the following heads Lies of inugination inherited tendency fear of punishment because older people lie because of too much confidence placed in them by their parents Children lie because older people lie partly L cue they are won derful imitators of the acts of their superior In business circles in the home in the church and in the schools we cannot reasonably ex pect the children to walk in time straight and narrow way unless we our elves are treading that same path Though we cannot blame a parent for the love he hears his child yet that man cannot be lied guiltless in the care of his boy when hB love is so centered upon him that he fails to see his faults and allows hi3 word to weigh more with him than the word of any other The parent is to be pitied who has lost confidence in his child but more to- pitied is he whose confidence in his child is misplaced From the time the child is first able to lisp up to the age of eight or nine years he lives in the ralm of fancy and imagination The lie is the first romance of childhood and is often concocted to embellish what has already happened A childs ideal is his reality Imagination makes the dressed doll a real baby the hobbyhorse a real horse It nvesls the fairy talcs of the nursery with reality Improbable storic3 with improbable moral lessons destroy imagination and fill the soul with distrust While the imagination cannot be trained by direct meth ods it cap be held in check through the use of proper mental food We naturally consider the young offspring of all animals as harm less and inoffensive Tfic balk asleep in the cradle or prattling upon its mothers knee suggests to us nothing but purity and innocence and yet the soul of that child may be freighted with that which may in after years have a tendency to transform the innocent babe into a criminal of the deepest ilyc What the child will become in after years depends upon its parentage and environment during childhood education and general training through youth to manhood Where Modern Girls FailB- y MRS MANDELL LOUISE CREIGHTON Wife at Ibo Ditbap of London ilIll time has now come when we have begun to rev alizc that the freer and fuller life which has been de signed for the modern girl and has brought about so marked a change in the social position of women of all classes likewise possesses its disadvantage Increase of knowledge and the relaxation of old fashioned restrictions and prejudices have enabled girls to develop tastes and abilities and overcome physical sarlvantagcs which time old fashioned girl never realized that she posy sessed and which made her hopelessly dependent on nan and marriage her only profession Greater vigor both of body and mind has come with time increase of liberty and wider knowledge that we have given or daughters but what has not come is an increased sense of responsi bility The objectless life of the surburban maiden time daily round of mere pleasureseeking pursued by women of means and the disinclina tion on the part of time girl of humble station to engage in the hard work which employed her mother and grandmother go to prove that with the opportunity has not come the desire on the part ofwomen to live the larger life in the truer sense of the term The middle rla5I girl has the same educational advantages as her brother and she Im been freed from thold leash wherein she was once held yet how often docs she go forth as he docs with the determination to make her way in the world or live worthy of any vocation to which she wouk1 certainly find herself called if she would only take this trouble to incline Jicr ear Time need for every girl to make her own living and ive an absolutely independent life may happily not exist in every case but there can be no instance in which she in common with her brother is not better for some definite daily occupation other than time mere slinging together of finery tennis playing visiting pianothumping and possiby even light dusting Still less need girls who arc given the fullest liberties by a broader minded generation of elders in the confidence that they will not only use them judiciously but be the better for them yield one jot of their feminine charms To do so is to give the enemy a point and one which is absolutely unnecessary Clever Women Are HomelyB- y HARRY FURNISS Noted English Caricituclit iA GALLERY of fatuous ugly women could be easily arranged In fact when one came to compile the catalogue ofwomen of genius it would be difficult to find a pretty one The majority of clever women in the past at any rate hav been downright ugly novelists artists musicians and other women of marked intellectual endowment In fact a pretty face as distinct from one of strong character covers a multitude of mediocrity anJ we have raised to the ped estals of clever women mere commonplace prettyfaced nonentities These are not the women I refer to I shall take one great wom an George Eliot I could deal with other clever women of more re cent date but it would be ungallant to do so I have been abused by writers in time presspossibly women for caricaturing their sex Well if women come out of their proper sphere and pose as public charac ters thy must run the risk of criticism be it with pen or pencil whether they sit 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tnalrtal burdened ipucn Never wrt thou given place wayTlionItuler over good and III HirotiRtr than the strongest will Thou art the lw of love that ever plead o r higher thing and for helpful deeds Song In labyrinthine ways Through the quick recurring day One procession works and wait Jlr life outward swinging gates And wherever smoke ascends Apd wherever faith defend Jr iplrlt llaine above All the tolllnclt U hovel The love that lives In one who gives ILs life to help all humankind Who Labors tale With purpose great Th ways of hipplnet to bind Lore is lawl the humin heart reels It een In busy marl Where wonhlp U where jcrlflc Conceal half by arrange device nhtr this law of life prevails iAWl no true love ever tally Vuik is but the outward Aha Of the feeling hid blow Who hope fur peace and dreams of brotherhood iolds loIIvr to be the only guide to good Ounge that In milerUI things Heauty from the barren brings In limn soulworld serves to sligw- Vh racter frnm failure grow And the histories of place Annals of each burled rare Wist tradition dear and Ar ai naught till tare be toll When from Ih burt this ruling tore thai fl- ywbat matters lift or death If duty diet 1e h motive In Bond deed 1 And the leaven In each creed Htrvngth of arm and help nf hand Ilenteoui Increase In the Und Temples budded public weal Wards Ibit doubling sorrow heal Tbo truth thtl told on printed loge And all the uplift of an age Are but the light Of Loves great might TInt through mans progress ever sows lad will U vain If conflence reign Not In mhe life that merely know ChsTlei Nttvrnson in N Ob erver r The Trouble ton the Torolito 1rlr FRANCIS LYNDC fupf tllhl tea br rrsBCl Irede lit lIlilt X IIITIIWHit Miillr was ln rruliil lc If Us nil the aaine to you think Ill gn UII with the dirt washing on my placer ilalm- Uut you cnnl your bars gone The inyHterlutm mull lirld Its own Ita pretty iltont viuil Unit blowa nobody good luck As you na y the bars gone but there U nn Other otic fornxvl just below I went up there and unIir out n few pun title today and thlll In what found lie allowed me n handful of dull yellow nugget from the alma of a milliard seed to Hunt of n pen Then youve struck It rich at last onnpratulrttc you my denr bay Thanks though It tiny not he a tiouanrA probably Isnt Hut maybe therull be enough to eland no all 01- 1cllir feet again If thorn Is anything In II Im going Into the stock hiul sass Youre In that now nrenl J01l1 No the other kind of stork The Clenlivat people will he mighty tired when they hear of this and theyll sell out cheap inoul of them want tin buy and own SI per rent of the stork If there In NI another syn dicate In the Torollto Itll be Angus Jlaeplrerson Cu flood and the company i You know win the company will lie and Ihntn where you cone In Youve got lo think tip HOIIIO scheme to take rare of her while Im making lime turn It In already thought up proposed and accepted She goes with me to iny ulster lit Denver porn tlempo Mark old man youre a god In th- ecnrho wrung my hum till I winced If you go off antithe he fore you see me through on thin Ill jiever forgive you It I die Ill leave IIAM a bequent 1o Let Ilia and shin will see you through She In a born matchmaker iu you have occasion to know if my memory serves me Oh you bn dllI said Mar his ryes tilling lie had not xworn nt me for tinny days a ml it was hearten ding When will you go Tomorrow If youll lend 11 the team sad the buukboard Neither of us have more than this clothes we stand in you know He was silent for a good while anti then he said May I go tip lo the house and see herJust for a minute You can do the chaperon act No For a halfinlnute then s Xo We both know time clrctim ralauceue and that she cant really mourn him Hut we mustnt forget Unit he watt her husband flints no Cioodby nod God bless you old mat lie wrung my Jiand again and Was gone anti I did not return to thn farm Louse until 1 had fairly lout sight of his broad back at tins turn of the road Awl on time morrow wo left the ncarrcd valley Winifred and caught the train at the Fort and were welcomed will open arms by Xctllln who was no grateful for the ndded odd pounds of ileuli that I brought bash In my proper person that ahe was lovingly gracious to fWnlfred And later when shut hall II come to hope more for me and to love the schoolmlHtress for her own hake my part wall ntlll harder to Play for u I have hinted my sinter U born maker of innlchrs Indeed I may an well confess that I should hue made a sorry failure nl It If I tellingherpheraonA advocate Instead of mil- lIon before the knows came to stall the work on the placer bar An gum fulfilled his own prophecy I acted an his broker In Denver and went gunning tram time to time for liurrtingforholders were only too willing to be out of It at any price and the lust block of Mtock cost lilt little more than the transfer fee Angus was jubilant an he had a right to he and when he Will once more the king of the Torollto ho wrote me at length detailing hula plan There was to be n new hoime and a great stock farm with ancentored beasts and a few snore settlers picked and chosen from among our frlfiulx for all of which the placer bar promised to be re hponnlblc and kept its promise The spring was well afoot on the eastern plains when next we saw the sheltered valley nestling between its snowcrowned mountain and tray used by time sparkling water of the Torollto lint for the lower sweep of the snowcaps It might have teemed but don Instead of months sluice we left It together Winifred and t We had driven up from the fort she to take her summer school ngdln Ietltla had nsHiircil me and I to try If the dry upland air might glue me yet another reprieve and a little longer leave of life It was high noon when we emerged from th cliff shadowed portal of the Six Mile soul looked once more upon time kccne width had grown dear to both of us Winlfed drew n long breath and her eyes were nhlnlng lead thought her beautiful before limit thu winter In Denver with the mulling burden lined forever loud made her more than beautiful The dear old valley she said It Is like coming home to get back to It Is that Mr Macpherions new house The old ranch house was no more In its place on the knoll to the north ward stoola modern lowroofed county house ninny gabled and built of time bright lava stone of the hogback As we looked a man mounted at the door stone and rode nt n gallop toward thrust the butt of the whip among the parcels on the buckboard arid xnccccdcd In dislodging one of them It was Wini freds smaller handbag and it was well to the rear In the dust of the road when Align met us boil boy I exclaimed You project your welcome Into xpare dont you Will you lend me your horse mid take my place Ive lout tile of llti Millncs and if youll drive Mlas Sunburn Ill ride back for It know not If my Irankparent sub terfuge were suspected And I doubt If rll tier of them qucxlloned or cared MI long IIC they would be together We inailt time cvrhiinge quickly and Angus pointed the trait toward the housi on the knoll Well walt dinner for you he said have Aunt llichmond here to do the honors nnd you c1n own tilt ranch as long ax youll stay I looked Into Winifred ryes timid found there my warrant for u retort In kind We shall see about that later Id like to have my Invitation from the chatelaine of a house where Im silt aoiis WITH alt TO MY sis THUS supposed to quarter myself Indefln itchy It was a liberal halfhour later when I rode up to Hie veranda of the country house with thu lost valise nt the saddlehorn There was too one III sight save Connolly the extroop er who nodded affably und grinned and took the horse Youll folntl thlin on the piazzy beyaiil he said with n wink und a leer and the unfettered freedom of the great west large within him Its forgetting yes entirely by this tolme theyll be lint they had not forgotten me and when I mounted he steps It was Winifred who came to mcot me put ting her hands in mine nnd bluxhing with sweet shyness with Angus only n lame second You said you wanted nn Invita tion Mr Halcott she sntd archly You are very welcome to TorovUta to commie and go and stay us our nearest and truest friend I looked from ono to the other of then and gasped ami my heart yank n little In spite of me Even when one ins been working amid praying for some certain end tine seal of fruition nnd Irrevocability may come with trying shock lint my part wait wtlll to play anti I played It laIsnt this rather sudden True 1 tried tpjjvo yjau art much A time as rcouldif Ii farm yes were coming to meet us Angs I I should have knocked the valUe ofl miles farther back Angus roared I wish I had hall the nerve you give me credit for ho laughed Wr stole n march on you and did It by moll long ago There Is to be a wedding In this shack tonight and youre to give the bride away Why dont you soy somethingThere times when the grave diggers are busy and the heart is ton full for speech and If at the mo ment I said no more than the hollow nothings that such occasions de mand It must be forgiven me None the less when the time come I gave her to Angus freely and without re serve That was five years ago and since I lan look back upon It now with steadfast eyes realizing that what is- is always best her happiness and lute and the love of little Town my namechild have been my recom pease for my undivided share in the trouble on the Torollto TUB FoND USED HIS TALENT Aa InipeeuBlnan French Xt ble Wh IruBled liy HI Abllllr t Make Salad ML hrilal Savarlui In his Memoirs of his time gives the history of several of the French nobles who fled to Kngland to escape the guillotine Among those who fotiud tlicnuclves penniless auj without profession or craft by which to earn their bread was a COOlie dAI blgiiac of old and noble family Une day while seated In a cafe In London three or four young Kngliah noblemen tat down at a neighboring table to dine Present one of them came to him and said Monsieur I have heard that alj Frenchmen excel III making a salad Will you do us Lbs favor of mixing one for use DAlbignac hesitated but then gsyly sat down with them and prepared tlm kalad He had great skill The into ate with enthusiasm and exchanged curds with him at parting Hut one of them with the card pressed a sovereign Into hit hand- UAlblgnac trembled with rage but a quick second thought kept him silent He was a nobleman None of his rae had ever earned money Hut why should he not earn moawlie hud this little art why not use to his bread Was It not more honorable than to live as many of his fellow refugees were doing on the charity of their friends He bowed to the com pany and put the sovereign In his pocket Time next day he was asked to go too large mansion where a dinner party was to be given to drew the salads Ills salads became the fashion He wu summoned to every large entertain ment and his skill enabled him to charge large sums He remained In London for a few ur8 and then with hll savings rillrned to France bought n small estate In Itmouihi re Mimed his rank and lived comfortably for time rest of his life She 11a Toss Smart Two years ago nn American woman visiting the ttouth of Prance In tin spring heard a good deal of tulle about a certain Countess of KHIar ueywho was uUo on 1 visit She looked the unknown up in a peerage to wee who she was and discovered that in the words of the immortal Mrs frig there aint no etch per- Son Full of triumph she waited until the conversation turned on Lady Killaniey and then she brought out n thunderbolt the woman was an Impostor there was no Lady Kit Jamey and she was downright sorry that Item friend were taken in There was a pause Then a smile began to appear and one of the ladies re marked sweetly Dont you reallt know that Countess of KHIarney h the Incognito of the duchess of York As the duchess of York Is the wife of King Kdwnrdti sou heir apparent to the British throne there was one American woman who wished site hud not been so smart Troy Times Autenltlri In II run ash nay- One day Heati Nash joinedsome fine ladled in a grove und asking one of them who was crooked whence site came she replied Straight from London Confound me madam said he then you must have been dnmnably warped by the way She soon however Iiadnnt pie revenge The following evening he joined her company and with a sneer and a bow naked her ifaline knew her catechism and could tell him the name of Toliita dog Ills name sir was Nash replied the lady and nn impudent dog he was San Francisco Argonaut Maiurnlmt Ilivrrtnln I daimthat a woman really knows what she wants he remarked us he put down his paper Whats the matter lIow5hl asked I have jiut been rcuillng the uuttrl- monlal career of Mrs SnollColllnCo- ftlnWalkeiCollinSiiell he answered Chicago Tost limrinrntli- Oo Ool exclaimed lohnnny nn hU first visit to church whiti that Stns said his inumina tlmule the organMy Is tint nn organ It meal be an awful big monkey that goes with that IMilladelphla 1ro Ills Orlhngrnplmloylatu Spell chicken said u Paula teacher to a boy In time primary class I cant do it maam I aint po that fir along mall the bo1l11U can spelleglilnaas City Juur n1 t 1 7 THE SHEPHERD AND THE WOLF Find One of the nabanilmen A Mischievous Lad who was set to mind some sheep used in jest to cry The Wolf the Wolf When the people at work in the neighboring fields came running to the spot he laughed at then for their pains One day the Wolf cask in reality and the this time called The Wolf tlc Wolf in earnest But the men having so often been deceived disregarded his cries and the Sheep were left at the mercy of the Wolf MonI1I1 that In detected fur being a notorious liar besides the Ignominy and reproach of the thing incurs this mischief that he will scares be able to gel anyone to believe him again aa long asheltves SELECT REDSKINNED WIVES American Army Officer Who lave Linked Their Live with Those at Squaw It is announced from Fort Leave worth that the government Is taking no Lice of army officers who married Fili plno girls after the loose fashion of the hlands and then abandoned thpm The particular case Is one In which ayoung officer became engaged to a Leaven worth girl It was known that this oft cer had lived with a Filipino girl near Manila after some tort of a marriage cereracay The Leavenworth girl Is said to have no objections to the facts In the case and will marry her lover when he gets a divorce from his Filipino wife states the Kantas City Journal However there Is nothing particularly new In the revelations with respect to morganatic marriages by United States army officers Before the civil war It was almost the customary thing for officers stationed In Oregon or Wash ington Territory to contort with Indian girls At Tacoma or Seattle the visitor often has pointed out to him halfbreeds who bear the names of some of the most distinguished of civil war generals and who are known to be the sons or daugh ters of these officers It is explained that when these officers were young lieutenants they were stationed In the wilds of the northeast far from the eodcty of women of their own mind that they needed housekeepers that it was the custom of the region for white men to consort with Indian maidens that according to Indian standards there was nothing wrong bout It and that from every standpoint It was advantageous to the girl taken for a temporary wife At the little town of Puyallup ten miles from Tacoma there are two fine looking men who bear the name of a gen eral who for a long time was at the head of thequartermasteradeparlmentofthe United Stales army These men are the sons of the general He married their mother a Puyallup Indian when he was a lieutenant and stationed at the Puy allup Indian agency long before the civil war In later years he married an American woman In the far east and reared a family But he did not aban don his family on the Pacific coast Ills sons were taken east and put through one of the lending collegeslle frequently visited thorn and openly acknowl edged them On one occasion at least he was accompanied by his American wife who seemed to know the circum stances and to have accepted them philosophically Ills Indian wife lived for some years after he had married his American spouse though he never IsI ited her But oldtimers about Tacoma will tell the visitor how he made her old age comfortable while raring as a father should for the eons of their mar riage llRhtntnaii Qiircr Vrnnk In the state of Maine lightning has been playing pranks In a way to star tie the Inhabitants Two miles above Norrldgewock In a clearing on tho west bank of the river stood a tall plno from a limb of which some yearn ago A student of the Eaton school hanged himself When the woodsmen came that way afterward thoy cut down all the other pines but sparwl the suicide tree aa It has been known One night a bolt of lightning stripped from the tree every branch except that from which the student hanged him self and which In Identified by a notch cut where tho rope was fastened A little way off the lightning cut a deep and narrow channel through the cen ter of a great flat rock on the riverbank rs neatly as stone cutters could have Bono It Mei nrlnK limbs The ancient tanner paid an expert high wages to guess at the contents of his hldoi when solid by measure Today an unsUllled workman bands the lrrts larshaped pieces to a little m chine that looks comethln like a ftiia with a double top which qr4ckrr than tho mind or tho expert could guess It reckons with exactr ess thu square contents In both tin rastric rid standard system A CHAPTER ON SEALs The Frrorloui Hood Hunter UqnlpmrMt Location of Specie Famllr Battle Lie One species of Labrador seal known III the Hood Is decidedly ferocious These animals plucky and strong and In many instances as large as an ox will often walt and face their attack andIless they be armed with rifles which Is not usually the case says the Philadel phia Press addition to the closefitting work ifag suit and the gaff the equipment of a seal hunter consists of a piece of stout rope a scalping knife skin boots and colored goggles to prevent Ice blindness In returning tc tlifctblp each man attempts to drag skins aggregat ing about 300 pounds In weight and ItU not easy for a person who has never tried It to appreciate what this means The dally catch of seals ranges all the way from 150 to 5000 with of course the occasional tiny or days when nn seals whatever are sighted The sea hunters after they have returned to Newfoundland whro most of them make their homes and rested from the effects of the voyage are magnificent specimens of men As has been noted they have undergone countless hardships but their condi lions seem largely benefited rather than to have suffered due doubtless largely to the fact that the men spend from 16 to IS hours a day In the open airThe seals found In the vicinity of Labrador are of two species the Hoods which are ferocious and which come from Greenland and the Harps which are less aggressive and which have their home In the vicinity of Hud sons Bay All the seals start south late In October and arrive off Labra dor late In the winter or early in the spring This Is of course on their return northward The young harps are covered with an unspotted soft fur but a trifle less white than the snow on which they lie Th male seals of- both species often have to be shot but the young and the mothers can bs killed by blows from the heavy gaff or bat The female harp when at tacked Invariably deserts her young but the mother hood will never leave her pup and If the latter be too young and helpless to escape the mother will remain and die In Its defense The Alaskan fur seals arc In their family life dissimilar to the hair seals lof the Labrador coast When the bull seals make their appearance at the rookrles In the spring each male takes It upon himself to fight fiercely In a desperate attempt to demonstrate his own right to take a family and to drive off the weaker brothers When the cow seals appear In June the battle rare householdiare ferocious the females are tractable Klther father or mother will fight tn the death In behalf of a puppy seal It harm threatens It within the confines of the plot of space a rod or more square which Is their home Mal neither will trouble about the little fellows late If he wanders beyond the limits of Its birthplace InfnJlllilP Innoraiiln Car Two distinguished Berlin physicians Profs Emil Fischer and Von Merlng have discovered what they regard al- an Infallible cure for Insomnia Thoy call It veronal It has been used with remarkable results U Is said In o largo Berlin hospital by Prof Llllen fold who expresses tho ire convic proIltucacxai mid various ages Each mornlrg alter the dose the patient was frost and felt Ana If the sleep had been v jolly nit ural In all ot the expert enttl ca ci the hoart ana lungs pI formed their functions vUU tte utnjat es itacft W jid r A Worm Kilter J A J Montgomery Putin Wayne Co Mo writes I have little 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 fuge the first two doss brought four worms from one of them the next two dosea twelve one of them measur- Ing twelve inches the other child WM only relieved of four worms It is a most excellent medicine White CreamVermifuge good for childrenIIt not only destroys worms it help the child to perfect growth wards off sickness 25o Sold at East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky CApitaland Surplus 180000 IWe solicit jour patronage JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKES Cashier Watch fora Chill However slight at this time of year and in this climate it is the fors runner of Malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even cornea before the chill Her bine by its prompt stimulative action on the liver drives the malarial germs out of the system purifies the blood tones up tho system and restores health GOc Sold by Eat End Drug Co r1proItftIo nee Nob er fy Ili leea tnG weoRA4 M lj Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured bf ClitmberltlnU Colic Cholera and Dlanhara Remedy nod Perhaps a Lift Saved A short tiUle ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten relief says John J Patton s leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought a twentyfive cent bottle and after taking three doses of it war entirely cured consider it the beet remedy in the world for bowel cornI plaints For sale by S E Welch Jr Orders fo- rRegal i Shoes Watch and clock repairing are UM pecialtiea or Williams shop Agency ft m lauatfry Take Ml your troubles to lln Work guaranteed 1 EARLYTI RISERS LITTLE FILLS For quick relief from BIliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dlwlnejs and all troubles arlt Inv from an inactive or slueeiih liver OeWllf Utile Early Risen are unequalled They act promptly and nsvet grips They are so dainty that It U a plsajura te tare them Ono to two set as a mild laxative two or tout act ai a pleasant and effective cathartic They are piirsly vereiablj amid aboluuly harmljM They ttUc he liver TNI CULl cu arri t r alee i Eo CDoVat Co Chicago d ld by nJ East Eau Drug Co J i I 1 1THECITIZEN I tH +l+ll 11+1 tf2I IIiI I II1 11II iI 11 IiTF Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES fI+1 IIIHI tIIIH +HHI fi Mrs L W Johnson Is very sick at her homo on Main Street LMissFlorence L Gentry of Beroa 4 is visiting relatives and friends in Cincinnati this week Mr and Mrs J J Brannaman at r tended the Brodhoad fair two days last week IAlson Baker who is teaching school this summer was a 4 Berea visitor Saturday Arthur Hunt went Monday tot Fleming county where he will visit friends and relatives for some weeks beenII to be slowly improving Mrs Fish and daughter Addie left this week for Cincinnati to select their i I stock of fall millinery James Perry Bicknell Las placed a fine new veranda on his house the kt Iwork being done by P J Pauley JMrand Mrs E B Wallace spent f at Wildie the guests of Flem Butner G Master Jim Henry Pettus has been 4 l quite sick with throat trouble the past week r 41Mrs T A Robinson and children t visited at E L Robin sons on Sunday 1 Thomas L Francis left on Monday for Tuskegee Ala where ho will 1 enter the Institute and take up the study of cabinet making Gilbert Reynolds late assistant postmaster at Tyner Ky but now of McWhorter is visiting C I Ogg and other friends here this week Prof E A Todd returned this week from Chicago accompanied by spendingfPChurch by the death of Sister Embree it has been decided that Brother Der thick had better stay another year Secy Gamble and bride are spending sometime in Cincinnati this week selecting the furnishings for their home LOST Aug24on the street boo tween Prof Dodges house and the 4depot a purse containing over three dollars Will the finder please re turn to this office Win Toomey who has boon an em ployee of the Printing Oihce for the last two years has gone to Canton Ohio where he will learn the saddlery 11 trade Bottio Mason joined her hus JAIrsthis week at the country fair London Ky Their horse Bess Mason won first money at Brod head fair I Miss Anna Hanson returned from 1Cincinnati on Monday morning where studying art for the past ten weeks Miss Black of Cincinnati accompanied Miss Anna for a visit at the Hanson home Prof C F Rumold who is to oc cupy a chair of facienco the coming year is a graduate of the University of Kansas from both the schools of r arts and of law He comes very I highly recommended I Miss Ida Azbill is trimming in Samuel Achs wholesale millinery in Cincinnati for a couple of 1weeks after which she again accepts her former position which she has iheldfor two years in Tuscaloosa Ala A number of the boys who expect arraugIcome opens for preliminary practice They are very fortunate in securing Prof A W Chez physical instructorof the kUniversity of Cincinnati to coach them E V Elder the Main Street mer chant of Richmond Ky is in New York this week buying a new stock oldtThere two more of the removal sale The Richmond baseball team cross ed bats with the Berea team Satur J day on the athletic field here and Richmond was defeated by the score of 3 to L The game was hotly con tested throughout But two hits were made off Ramsey by the visiting teamCol Chins AR Wood and bride 4floe Clark of Norborne Mo and Miss Jane Ooodloo and Mr C E Woods of this county who are visiting Judge Goodloea family called on TUB 4 HIIlIHIIl1 J 1111111111 CITIZEN Thursday They express themselves much pleased with Berea its college and our paper Donald McDonald of Danville has boon authorized by the Board or Freedmen of the Presbyterian Church to purchase of the John G Fee es tate 180 acres with some buildings at a cost of about 12000 This proper ty lies near Camp Nelson in Jesse mine Co Tho first annual meeting of the Kentucky Central Association will be held at the Congregational church here next Tuesday and Wednesday The sermon Tuesday night will be by Rev J K Higginbotham of Corbin Ky on The Meaning of Manhood On Wednesday night Rev Mason Jones of Houstonville will preach Prof and Mrs Jones left yesterday for their new home and work in Kal amazoo Mich having accepted the pastorate of the First Congregational Church at that place They go by the way for Chicago when Mrs Jones ad dresses a farmers institute near Chi cagq on Saturday Mr Sawyer also started for an extended visit at his former home in Ottawa Kan and later will join Prof and Mrs Jones at Kalamazoo Yoi Sal The residence and propeity of the late John G Fee is being offered for sale Tho personal effects remaining- at the homestead will be sold at auc tion beginning at 2 p m Sept 5 1903 Earn an Incidental Fee An opportunity will be given to a number of young people to assist in cleaning the College buildings Per sons wishing to earn something toap ply on school expenses should apply at once at the Treasurers office T J OSDORNE 1ih hi I IIh I IIIItItII1hH College Items HERE AND THERE I hI I I ti III II I II I I II I 11 Mrs Fmith Miss Lou Flannery and Miss Nannie Bales patients at the hospital are all improving Miss Conlop of Portsmouth Va arrived Wednesday night to take two years training in nursing Ground is broken trees are being- grubbed and the derrick up for the new chapel It will stand a little north and east of where the old chapelstood Sec Will 0 Gamble and bride arrived here Saturday night They will make their home in Prof Joness residence TilE CITIZEN extends hearty congratulations and best wishes for a happy and useful life KENTUCKY AT WORLDS FAIR News of the progress ofthe advance work dished out In small doses Thomas E Pergram of Bath county has a 300 pound meteor the largest of several fragments that fell to the earth on Nov 1G 1902 which he will send to the Worlds Fair A collection of MO snakes of all kinds and sizes will be exhibited at the exposition by John Vivion who lives at the foot of Pilot Knob in Powell county Editor 0 E Hurst of Millenburg writes the Exhibit Association that a Collection of bones and relics of a pre historic monster has been found at Lower Blue Lick Springs that is worthy a place at the St Louis Exposition He thinks it a collecton that cannot be equalled in the world One tusk of the monster measures eight feet in length Miss Annie Chonault Wallace of Point Leavoll Garrard county consents to lend the picture A Ken tucky Beech Forest 30 by 46 inches which she has painted for use in the Kentucky Building Mrs Edwards- of Paducah has painted a picture of Mantle Rock said by U S Geologists- to equal the famous Natural Bridge- of Virginia which she will loan For mI First classbuilding brick constantly- on hand We also havo hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low pricoBxai COLLEGE BRICK YABD A TERRIFIC STORM Derrick Was Swept From lii Support Throwing Nine Men into Wateri FOUR OF THEM WERE DROWNED Two Women in a Boat on Jamaica Bay Lost Their Lives by the Vessel Capsizing A Sftvsre Northwest Wind and Electric Storm Did Considerable Damage- te Yachts and Other Vessels at Sandy Hook New York Aug 26 During the height of a storm Tuesday a huge derrick on tho Central Railroad of New Jersey bridge across Newark bay from Bayonne to Elizabeth was swept from Its support Into the water carrying with It nlno workmen Four of the men were drowned and several badly injured At least men were at work on the bridge at a point about half a mile from tho Bayonne shore The top of tho derrick was 180 feet from the water and nine men were working at various points up the hugo structure Gustav Fisher of Bayonne being on the very top of tt Strange to say he was about the only ono to escape In jury Ho realized that It was Impos sible for him to reach tho bridge so ho clung to the rlgslng and fell with It Into the center of the channel Whoa ho came to the surface bo swam ashore Although ho collapsed after reaching land ho seemed to be In very good condition Tuesday night In tho gale Tuesday afternoon two women lost their lives In Jamaica bay They were Mrs John Holm and her sister Miss Uagna M Rasmussen of Brooklyn They went sailing In a cat boat with Mr Hold and the boat was upset about half a mile off shore In tho heavy sea that was running all three found It Impossible to reach the boat and finally Holm started to swim ashore He was picked up by a sailboat The two women wero taken from the water by a party in a steam launch but they died without regainS ing consciousness- A terrIble northwest wind and electrical storm struck Sandy Hook abort ly after C oclock Tuesday and Sham rock III and Reliance and a fleet of half a dozen fine yachts Including the Erin C Oliver Isellns Sunbeam and the Herroshoffa Roamer wero In great danger for a time Tho yacht Eureka breaking from her anchorage was blown violently against a coal scow and carried the scow before It It seemed for a time that the two boats would crash Into Shamrock III which lay almost In the path of the gale not a hundred yards away The Roamer which was dangerously near the Shamrock began to drag her anchor and despite the efforts to hold her drifted down rapidly Suddenly she swung against tho Sunbeam and then getting a chanco to start her engines managed to get away from the danger lino Tho Sunbeam too as the blow In creased later again began to drag and in a moment went with a loud crash against the scow which also com mencod to drift and for a moment it looked as If Shamrock HI would be overwhelmedThe yachts the Olralda and tho Alllto anchored further out In the horseshoe woro torn from their anchorage and came Into bow and stern collision The bowsprit of one crashed through the stern of tho oth er and the two thus locked drifted beforo the wind dangerously near to the challenger The tug Cruiser saved them pulling them apart and away from the other boats- DESTRUCTIVE CLOUDBURST The Big Blue River Rose 16 Feet In a Few Hours Marjrsvlllo Kan Aug 26A cloud burst struck in this vicinity Tuesday causing the Big Blue river to rise 16 feet within a few hours and sending a great flood of water south down the bottoms along that stream Many In habitants In the lowlands were driven from their homes and heavy damage to property was done One death by drowning Is reported Marysvllle was deluged and the bot toms wero filled with water from ten to fifteen feet deep Fifty houses were almost entirely submerged their Inmates taking refuge in trees and on housetops Seventyfive persons had been rescued In boats in daylight and by noon 20 others were taken to places of safety Fire on a French Steamer Toklo Aug 14 via Victoria B 0- AUIr 28Flre on the French steamer Tonkin DIroum on August 8 caused damage of 250000 to the liner and 500000 to the cargo The steamer was sunk to avoid total loss and afterward floated Another Lease of Life Eastman Qa Aug 26Robert Caw thorn who was sentenced to die on the gallows Wednesday will have an other lease of life His counsel suc ceeded In completing a bill of oxcep Ions and presented it to the supreme court Business Portion Under Water VleltsfKan Aug 26The business portion of town of 1000 Is undcr vesjeot of water the result of a cloudburst that struck In this vicinity early Tuesday No lives have been reported lost v SALISBURY IS DEAD King Edward Pays a Tribute to the Marquis lUll Former Premier of Great Britain CONDOLENCE MESSAGES POUR IN In the Death of Lord Salisbury Passes the Greatest Englishman of the Day The Funeral Has Been Provisionally Fixed For the End of This Week to Enable Lord Edward Cecil to Assist London Aug 24Lord Salisbury last of the great statesmen of the past generation Is dead under the burden of his advanced age Lord Salisbury had been sInce early last winter but his condition was not regarded as serious until In the beginning of the present month According to the medical journals bo suffered from Internal paralysis which developed from the Illness following the death of his wife In 1899 Notwithstanding his Illness he had per sisted In working until ho was forced to take to his bed In the death of Lord Salisbury passes tho greatest Englishman of tho day Ten years ago half the nation only would have asserted so much today all Ilrltaln recognizes him as such The newspapers Monday morning some of which appear with black bor ders devote the bulk of their space to the last hours nnd career of the mar quis of Salisbury In their editorials they pay warm tributes and express deep admiration for tho dead man recognizing that with him there olD BAIISBCBT passes away the last of the great English statesman of tho Victrola era as woll as the last of the brilliant croup of European diplomats King Edwards tribute to the de ceased marquis of Salisbury was given In the Court Circular Sunday night dated Marlenbad Sunday It runs as followsThe king has received with profound regret the news of the death of the marquis of Salisbury and his majesty deeply deplores the loss of so great a statesman whoso Invaluable services to Queen Victoria to the king and his country In the highest offices of state which ho held for so many years will ever dwell In tho memory of his fellow countrymen Messages of condolence are pouring In at Hatflcld house The send ion include King Edward and Queen Alexandra the queen of Portugal and President Loubet Touching references were made to the dead states man In tbo pulpits of almost all tho churches in the United Kingdom There were many visitors to the vII lage of Hatfleld Sunday The parish church was crowded Sun day morning the worshipers Includ ing Premier Balfour tho earl and countess of Sclborne the marquis sons and tho members of his family and household Lord William Cecil the rector of tho church officiated but beyond choice music and appropriate hymns tho service was of the usual character The senior curate In his sermon paid a tribute to the deceased spe daily dwelling on his private virtues and his devotion to tho church In tho conclusion of the discourse the whole congregation rose and remain ed standing while the organist played the Dead March In Saul Tbo funeral has been provisionally fixed for the end of this week to enable Lord Ed ward Cecil who Is on his way homo from Egypt to assist The Hanna Mine Explosion Rawlins Wyo Aug 24The Union Pacific Co has made a settlement with the estates of 41 miners who lost their lives In the Hanna mine explo sion of June 30 The sum of f800 will be paid to each widow and f50 to each child and 45 for each single man A Weeks Business Failures New York Aug 22 business fall ures In the United States for the weekending with August 20 number 166 against 160 last week 181 In the like week of 1902 181 In 1901 135 In 1900 In Canada failures for the week number 14 as against 17 last week Stabbed With a Hatpin Kalamazoo Mich Aug 22V B McArthur a stockman of Saco Mont was probably fatally stabbed Friday In the stomach with a hatpin by a woman who thought that Mr McAr tbur had brushed a little feather dus ter In her face Chaa M Schwabs Purchase New York Aug 24 Charles M Schwab with C If Mattblesen is now In control of the Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co Mr Schwab has obtained control of the company by the pur chase of the holdings of Max Pam and klifrtsds Love IB Lapland In LnplunJ the crime which nfter murder li puulHhiHl with the greatest severity Is that of nmrryliiK a sir against the wishes of her purentH When a suitor tunlcta his nppcuranct he says nothing to tho maiden who often docs not know who ho but her parents Inform her that she U sought In innrrlnce Shortly afterward on a tiny appointed the girl her parents frlomln nnd suitor nil meet tojMhcr intI a ftmst tind tho young man and nmldet nrc plnnnl opitoMte no that they cm look nt ouch other freely nnd mil talk with comfort After the meal In ovei tho company repair to nil opon spnco where tho race for n wife In run Tin usual distance III nlnnit n junrter of n mile nnd the girl In plnced n third of tho distance from the starting l oliit If she ho tied of foot she cnn easily rend the goal before her suitor and In thnt case be may nevoTVroiiMo hei again If however be hU found fa vor In her eyes nil sIte linn to do In tt lag somewhat In her flight that In mar overtake her If she desires to intimate to him that his love for her Is returned she may run n little wnj anti then turn with open nruis to ac ctpt blui Endlib For Frela Tomgarm Portions who havo worried through a French Manual may Rut HOIIIU stat Iftfnctlon from the thought that with their own InngunKO they lire nsvengei upon the Iarlslnn Methods Ave Iroiiouelntlon U a little hook which makes straight the way of the Kng lUh InngtuiRo for French tongues Does out wish to say How Is It miss ono charming and pretty walking alone which of course would be ono of the first rviuiirku a French tray eler would Imvu occaxlou to make It U only neceiimry to consult tho Nou velleti Methods Aou bite mill oueuno tclmnulniiKUo mimic prvttl otinklnnguo nlauno If tbo traveler goes to the theater the umn nt the box ofllco may stay Out have Dull orchen tro stalls Inlfte l cuto allow mo tou rlnmniiiu sat so arc so best sltco for slungeulo dgecntlcmene Evidently th is given up ns a bad Job nail J Is ns dllllcult for the 1renchninn as for the Gemini though n German manual gives John Hull as Duchoiin Ilool Great Mushroom Garden In Kruner The KtrangcHt of the inulcrKrouiul worlds In Franco which I visited won one tlevotiil to the raising of mush room UN hindi swindl unboiinde ns Indevil they wen1 for It plerttl the hillside In every direction Vo nteml through nn oixinltig under an orchnn of cherry tree During hnrvwit titan a crop II gathered every twentyfoui hours Three men with their great baskets ninke tilt round of this under ground farm every morning nail everyday In time year exist count on nn lin nienxo crop which they ship to the largo cities near by nnd oven several miles nwny The dlncolontl nnd mien or mushrooms Pro notit to till cnimrrl but for isis Ixat growth tho pnxluc receives only cents n pound Scrlb nets Magazine Flamlncnra Tit near The iKaxtly Vltflllus ns Olbtmn colic him spent nt least six millions ot money on table In as many months He Invented or his cook Invented for him a dish which he dcxlgnnted tbo Kbleltl of Mlncrvn One of HA principal lit Bmllfiits was tlainlngoeit tongues of which both Pliny anti Martial speak in encomiastic terms Dnuiplcr stays that time flamingoes have largo tongues nnd near the root III n piece of fat which Is accounted a great dainty When Cnptnlu Owen win surveying the east coast of Africa hU sailor shot down hundreds of these beautiful blrdi In order with an extravagance worthy of Vltclllns to wake a dish of tile tongues alone Iflitorlo Albania Albania lies 180 miles on tho Adriatic sea anti Is fifty to a hundred miles wide It was formed originally says William Jackson Armstrong III Ills He rocs of Defeat from part of Ilyrls all of Eplrus and part of Macedonia In tho eleventh century From this territory sprung Pyrrhun who defeated the Ito man Invader Iblllp and Alexander of Macedon the conquerors Pencils whose fnmo as a soldier covered the world sixty years after Christ and Skanderbeg who for forty years do tented armies sent against him by the Turk Ancient Albania lay In Asia just east of tho Caucasus The Whole Thing Then youve been to Niagara Yes I was quietly married Inst Tuesday week nnd tho next day we reached Niagara Soon oswo got there I started out to see the falls with my wife Magnificent oh You bet You should have seen nil the other men turning around to look at her as she passedlhiladelphia- lresa Clab Benefit Its a shnmo tho way those Rqnallop children are growing up without any parental restraint whatever Yes when their mother Joined the Womans Literary society and began attending nil the meetings Mr Squal lop got sort of reckless and joined a Dont Worry clubRxclmangeEl Customer to printer You promised to have my work done yesterday and you havent touched It yet Printer My dear sir weve been so busy In this ofllco that you ought to be very thankful that we took the time to make you a promise SmuT Explained Sny pa- Whats Well a favorite son T lIes generally a dead one after the first ballot Chicago IlecordIIerald A GREAT OFFER Daily Louisville Times Weekly Oeurlsr Journal and The Citizen Sli Months for 150 By special arrangement we will send Till CITIZEN and Weekly Con rterJonrnnl and Dally toultvllte Time all three for six months to the seine or separate addressee for only SI ro The price of the Louis ville Tinif alone for six months is 300 thus giving you three papers for half time price of one This offer is for a limited time onland is made to old as well an now subscribers of TUG CITIZEN If yon am an old nut criber we will give you credit for SOc on your 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guwuiing contest Imstnl on the total vote east for all candi dates for Governor of Kentucky in the election Novemlwr 8 liKKI Ten thousand dollars In gold silver or greenbacks will lie given away to sue Mvwful estimators Timers will bo single gifts of 3000 WOOO 1000 oo tIIX fJOOflM 100 VO and IhO and 1070 gUts of f10 each In idditton there will ho gifts of ttX fcKA and 9JOO for the beet estimates ctilllIHlrorft August before Sep tember I antI before Octolwr I Thn object of this profitsharing liberality on tho part of the Cotirirr Journal is to secure new nubcribora for time Dal ly and Weekly Courier Journal Every person subscribing for thftDWeekly Courier Journal one year sending one dollar with the lIubcrip llon entitled to two guwuu or will mates Every portion subscribing for the Daily Couritr Journal by mail one month t0 cents is entitled eons gueesoneyoarW twelve gllMHM Renewals count the Mine as new sub scription Write to the CourierJour nal Company today for full particu lars and blanks Strength and vigor comp of goodLfood duly digested Force a ready toBorve wheat suit barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates n wiu u the Natie When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salvo look for the name DoWITT on ovary box Time pure unadulterated Witch Hazol in usod in making Da Witts Witch Hazel salvo which is the best salvo in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema anti piles Thw popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo due to Its many cures has caused numerouH worthless counterfoils to be placed on the mar ketoThe genuine bears the name or E C DeWilt Co Chicago Sold by East End Drug Co A inn line of glassware tinware and jardinieres now on hand at the RACKET STORE Main St Richmond t4ao tile Children Ninotynino of every one hundred diseases that children have am due disorders of time stomach aud these disorders are all caused by indigos lion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is just aa good for children an it ia for adults Children thrive on It It keeps their little stomache sweet and encourages Y devolopomem4MraIlenry Nashville Ten saysUMy little boy is now three years old and has boon suffering from indigestion ever since he was horn I have had the best doctors in Nirihville but failed to do him any good After using ono bottle of Kodol he in a well baby I rocoui KodoldigoEndDrugCo l liT JATw do now llabo Raid the animal trainer extricat rig liliiutll from tho pcriicn tins cinbratx of a great black trunk JUics very playful llnbo U he nUtlid romewlmt trcathleniily which wan natural for ItaLe mid her mute bad I rrn playing bill with htm throw lug him from one to the other and catching him beautifully In a manner rnlcutntcd to Inspire n baseuall router BheB n Rood deal friskier than hash Yen see rhen only half ui old as Iliad who hi this year Unix wan latnilng htr foot Just like nn Infant nnd demanding more Play Frank leaky time trainer hunt ltd her on the trunk and said I sites hhc wont be contented now till Evan tvmte around Hcn my scut you know and ho ran do indre with these two fel IOWH than I can Ko he tallied forth to And Evan and hH vleltors went with htm cxpertlng to eco n big husky animal tntln r like liVAN AND HA8IU LH tauter limit nil they wiw was a 5tltow head full of curln peering shyly tram behind a tree and vanishing as teen the strangers niipronrhed- Drncgid forth finally by tho arm With his face turned bashful away behold Kvan reed four year and 11 months muter of the clenhantH In tIt doorway of time elephant house the parental grasp relaxed mind with a ellvc Rvan ful between time mighty wnnktid plllarn that supported Ualte That playful young creature had her vast tnrn thrust forward like Imnicnoe tanners Her piggy eye were nd ntwinklr She Fnrglyd deep down In lirr eavertr like n mountain full of sliding Lot water Gently ever so gently her big trunk rttli Hi pink orifice reacheel out and icltrtl the little chap Slowly she Kxlml him la and fro while he sat luldlnc to the trunk ai calmly as other children would hold to the ropes of a awing lint haul wanted n bit of It too Shc reached and prancrd anti Irmiitttd until Babe SWIIIIK Ivan over to Lr A ton and a catch anti Basil bad the toy Jack end forth they twang him like n ball but with a rare And t ntlrniin that seemed Imixusl tJ In erraturen sit haute rnattrrrd word from lleatey and- Ilnaf UftTtl the little imldcnhalred traliKT liP up until she held him ten- 1Cel attune the ground Then the trunk rurvrd btckwardi nod wt him at aiuftly nn If ho wire bisque on her big lark lit rat lucre a few moments slapping 11 tovthtry skin Oown Iho nUipInu back to the tall wing from it as If it were n JIJA nnd let lilmsilf drop to 1bc RnnnxJ while Bail and Babe trumpeted and wajKetl their ears vntchlnc for him to appear between their lejtfi again EareT fnld Mr Jlealry Tiy of ixmte M rather hate Evan play with = ORE ON THE GROCER slaw ZAMfe Jnhar tetnavtnlek rats rd III VH UHII In Ube Aritliinrllr lraa a 11 lulled SeW the fyvftry tom with a f5p ol Taper In his band nnd theKro ci r ftt once jiteduced hlujnnoll awl order book TcTtUe boys mttUnr wn a good cnlltJl tr- 3ood morning said tfec toy whose curly nil ittTcely reacbf to tit vuun- Uy 1 efaut three and a half i otrmls tit sugar 1111 six cents n rxmml pint It Awl me xs flBlitT w nttwo and a quart tr iutunds of that Aral a qutir ttr pour J ctf your 70cent a mid tx and a flan vwtnfls of yourSTictntcoffrw and three pdNtOt milk TliatV eight ccnte n quart lilnt It And pll1o give TOC the bin tie ended 1in1ltbltf l5 fur have 10 get to IrhooIThe grocer tuado VricK at the Toverness on r und handed IHotUs boy asking AB he did trot Did your mother send the money or dole she want the Roods charged not boy seized the bill and said withI B algal of satisfaction Ma didnt send me at ill HV my- aritbtnettc lesson and I had to get It done wwnehow And III he ran out the grocer opened the cigar lace and handed out smokes to the men who were there Its on me lie said Say there yore than one way to skis an eel hat tbcreN Y Timed yv IMVT Ailatst rrfclrl Dona pralrieJt1Olblll J it the elephants than with other children They take us good care of him ai nn nttru could Every morning they nn rciUcp till he comes And ai for him he li always III here lie plays nmoni their feet and lets Ihem swing him on their back nil day lung The wouldut step on him no Indeed The take more care not to hurt him than a human being would See here lie lifted the buy up to Babes let ear and commanded Listen Ilabe Something to any to you llaba stuck her ear out nnd Inclined her head toward tho boy while he talked Into her car Then she studded her head wisely nnd grunted Hcaluy dropped the boy Han stepped alongHldu of Babe and slapped her on the leg ir high up ns he could reach which wasnt higher than a short mans knee Down Ilabe down ho said Babe looked at him with a funny look of appeal In her eye She wiggled her tall and flirted her trunk and turned her head away saying plainly Lets talk of something else limit the baby trainer was Insistent And Babe Hlghed n rumbling roaring sigh nit If n team engine were to whisper Oh my Then with a weary grunt site held her hunk out to him coaxlngly But Evan only patted It and cried Mirllly Down Babe say So flabe look Ing as If she hud no friend on earth grunted once more and dropped labor Iou II to her lure knees With anoth er plunge that shook the elephant house she let herself fall cumbrously on her side and stuck her four feet Into the air Then she held out her trunk and wiggled her upturned ear Kvan scrambled with Laude and knees tip her massive throbbing vide and perched himself a little bright spot on top of the great tonnage of black en Iall had to go through the per formance and she too begged Kvan to let her off but finally did what she was bidden like it lamb Kadi elephant at once searched his clothes for sugar when he let her get up Hull said Mr Henley Is one of the biggest elephants In America now She Is a little more titan nine feet high and Babe Is almost as big but 30 years younger Hull and Evan have been friends almost knee Evan was born He was burn In Willis avenue New York and when he was only a few months old we came to Glen Island and ever since then Evan and the elephants luvs played together When we fleet carne here Hasll learned to wheel Evan around In the baby carriage and soon got so that we could turn he loose with tho little one and ret that he was safer In the protection of his great nurse than ho would have been under the care of any human attendant While the trainer was speaking the big brutes were jostling each other to reach Kvan and lap him with their trunks lie stood between their legs leaning against them and the ale phant never moved a limb without looking and feeling to make sure that they would not step on him It wasnt pouibte to 10 a bit of him when he legstfor all that Kiplings Toomall In real life lie gets his love for animals legiti motel for his fattier has made many wildIImvlnK been u collector of snakes and big reptiles In Cotta nnd South Amer ica He has hewn an unusually suc cessful animal trainer almost ull his life and l van las made up his mind that ho will become one tooN Y Letter In Kansas City Star SAVED BY HIS DOG Uramm aw unlit Heller In III ruler Hit tine llurlril Ender Imdt Wood frank Mullen a wood hauler of Jop llu Jan has his faithful dog to thank for his life Ho was hauling wood from Shoal creek near Joplin one day last month when his wagon partially broke tlowu under a big load lie head to crawl under the wagon to male repairs lie knew It was dangerous but he took time risk While he was working the wagon completely yAve way and Mullen was hurled under a pile of cordwood lie was not hurt but was Imprisoned to he could not escape lie was In a se cluded partof the wood and hischances seemed good for starving to death doltlcalllngmorning after tbe accident occurred Mrs Mullen who had worried all nltht about her husbands absence was attracted to the door by the dogs scratch- Ing and howling When she opened the the noticed he had a bad cut on one of his shoulders He had been hit there ky a stick from the falling load Mrs Mnjlen who had worried nil night and ordering the dog to return to his muter wt out following him The Jog led her directly to where Mullen was several miles distant and with the aid of the man who accompanied Mrs Mullen was able to extricate ber husband 117 was half starved knit unhurt JIreOnto Bra Pam Paper relay be securely gummed to octal by the old of onlcii lulclr MICE MADE TO WORK Colon of Tiny Crrnlurm niirlffl by Thrifty Scat la Unrn Thrlr IhtIThrift Is generally acknowledged to be one of the leading characteristics ot the nntlvfKof Uethlre and It never wast more forcibly exemplified than in the person ot David Hutton a native of Dumfermllne who actually proved that even mice those acknowledged pcsto of mankind could be made not only to earn their own llvlug butt also to yield a respectable Income to their owners says the Edinburgh SlnUftnan About the year 1820 this gentleman actually erected a small mill ut Dum fermllne for the manufacture of thread a mill worked entirely by mice It was while visiting Perth prlron In 1812 thatI Mr Hutton fleet conceived this remark able Idea of itlllzlng mouse power tohan old pamphlet of the time The onlty ColTeeHoom he gave an account of the way In which the Idea dawned on him In the summer of the year 1812 he wrote I had occasion to be In Perth and when Inspecting the toys nnd trio Its that were manufactured by the French prisoners in the depot there my attention was Involuntarily attracted by a lltlc toyhouse with n wheel In the gable of It that was running rapidly round Impelled by tbe insignificant gravity of a common house mouse For one chilling I purchased house mouse nnd wheel Inclosing It Ina handkerchief on my Journey homeward I was compelled to contemplate Its favorite amurement llut how to apply halt ounce power which Is the weight of a mouse to a useful purpose was the dif ficulty At length the manufacturing of sewing thread creamed the most prac ticable Mr Hntton had one mouse that ran the amazing distance of 18 milts n day but he proved that nn ordinary mouse could run 104 miles on an average A halfpennys worth of oatmeal WaEFllf flclent for Its support for 35 days during which It ran 716 half miles He had actually two mire constantly employed In the making of sewing thread for more than n year The mouse thrrndmlll was so constructed that the common house mon e was enabled to make atonement to society for past offenses by twitting twining and reeling from 100 to 120 threads a day Sundays not excepted To perform this tdk the little pedes trian had to run 1014 miles nnd this Journey It performed with ease everyday A halfpennys worth of oatmeal served one of these Ihreadmlll culprit for the long period of five weeks In that time It made 3150 threads of 21 Inches nail as n penny was paid to women for every hank made In tbe ordinary way the mouse at that ratlfarnell nine pence every six weeks Just one farthing a day or fevrnrhllllnrB six pence a year Taking sixpence off for board and allow ing one shilling for machinery there was a near yearly profit from tech mouse of six shillings Mr Hulton firmly Intended to apply for the loan of the empty cathedral In hcdrhe mouse ficient rooms being left for keepers ant tome hundreds of spectators Dente however overtook the Inventor before this marvelous project round be carried out +ELECTRICITY IN THE BODY Orlulii Euntta 41 laIr Itkruiun ttw Bald fit it owed- by Ibr Klulil It may strike you ni rather strange to be told that at times your body In noth ing lUll than a dynamo fully charge with electricity Nevertheless accord big to Sir lames Grant an eminent KngllMi physician as a result of sub den draughts and the contraction of ordinary colds the human body be cones charged with eIcctrlcly torn fur prltlng degree The tl ctrlctly generated under such clmimManceH IB not to be despised Pays u writer In the Detroit Tribune It of Just ns good n quality BH that de rived from the regular electric battery although of course Its quantity IB too lnMinlficant to bo utilized for nay prac tical purpose The main effect upon the victim in to male hula muscles hard and tense a far which often leads Mm to Imagine that is suffering from some kind of muscular rheumatism Indeed phyclclnnr after n superficial examination sometimes jllagnopc tho case In the same way Tim trouble however In simply that thu muscles have beromu charged with elec trlctly to an unubtial degree No strange than the aliment it self Is the remedy adoptel by Sir Grant Foine years ago andno followe- by many other physicians Sir Jounce has been In tho habit of treating these supposed cases of muscular rheumatism by Inserting fine steel needles Into the affected parts the number of needles de pending upon the extent of the aliment The needles at a general rule are In sorted In tho places where tho pain most Intense and are left there for one or two minutes The effect Is magical At the expiration of the proper time the patient finds that his muscled which before were ja hard and as tense a though he had caught n cramp are quite flexible and he can ties them with unit pain The reason of this cure la simple As soon as the needles are Inserted the electrical accumulation Is discharged passing through the body of the opera tor although without causing him any discomfort raetNd Klitum TomI had my fortune told the other day and my fiancee broke off tbe engage wentJack1Yhy1s she a believer in inch pontenee7 Nonsense nothing It was told her by a mercantile agency Chicago Dally News t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lteon In tk laternatlonal Series hoe August 30 1801 David Spare Caal 0 Sam G5J 2IJS I And David arose and came to the plan where Saul had pitched and David beheld place where Saul lay and Abner the t 1Saulpitched round about him Then answered David and told to Ahlmelrch the lllttlte and to ALIslml the ton of Xerulah brother to Joab eying Who will go down with me to Saul to hl rump And Ablthal raid will go down will Hire 7 Ho David and Abl hal route to the peo pie by night and behold Saul lay nUrpIng within the trench and hla spear stuck in the ground al hit bolster Abntr and the people lay round about himaThen said Ablihal to David God hath dtllvtred tlilne enemy Into thine hand this iloy now therefore let me unite him I ihee with the spear even to the forth it once und will not unite him theme end time 9 And David told to Ablihal Destroyw Mm not for who can f It tch forth against the Lords anointed and be guiltr lest10 David sold furthermore As the Lord liveth the Lord shall unite him or till day shall come to die or he hull descend lobo tattle and perish The Iord forbid that I should stretch forth mine hand oralntl the lordx anoint ed but I prey Ihee take thou now thefpear that at hi bolster and the cruIcf water and let us so 11 So David took the spear and the cruse of water from Sauls bolster and they got them away and no man saw It nor knew It ndlhtruwakcd tel they werenll arleep Lecautt a from the Lord was fallen upon IhtmI2L ThEn said Haul have sinned return my ton David for I will no more do thee lnrm Ixcuiiie my soul woe precious In thine eyff title day behold I have played the fool and have erred exceedingly S And David answered und told Behold the king s pearl and Ut one of the young Int o come over and fetch It 22 The Lord render to every man his righteousness and his faithfulness for the Lend dellytrtd thee Into my hand today but I would not stittch forth mine hand agalimt the Lords anointed a And behold us thy life wen much let by this day In mine eyes ro let my life be much Hb In the eyes cf the Lord and let Him deliver me out of the tribula lion it Then Saur said to David Blessed hI thou my sou David thou halt both do treat things and also halt still iircvalL 80 David went on his way and Saulre tumid to hue place GOII TI tTLuvrrourraesalre-do good tn llieui nlilch Bate your Late lliliT- OrTLINK OF SCniPTrilB 8KCTIOX David nn ixile 8amiiiSauls pursuit of Jald1Sam KM David rrarlnc haulI tam 16612 David t appeal to Sau lISam g1320- Sauls repentanceI Sum ICiilJi- TIMB Probably about C IIAFOath and Kellah- Unvid tlu popular hero In nn exile Not a man In alt Israel Is to beloved yet he hug to leave Ills wile and home and lircoiue nn outlaw The jcnlou hint redmot King Saul In ir rtconi ihililc atii lonathuti his best friend iidvlsrK slut to give up all hope of returning to court Whither lall Io lie Nut to liamnli or to Ifcthivhftn lie would quickly be trorcd to elthT place and noltlicr Jette nor Hnnitrl could protect him long So he turns Ids steps ninth vtvml towiird the laud of his bitterest vnruiles Souls anger was not appeased by Diuidn dcmrture from court He now nvoxvfdly seepM his lift Hearing of UavldV exploit of rescuing the city of Keilnh from the Hillbillies Saul purxuc him there with the royal army hilt David und his little band elude hint Then the enraged king Incite David for many months through the wIldcrnevKe of Xlph Maon and Kngedl butt Is unable to capture him though oUt the king hliKClf tulle pri opec to David la the lire of Kngedi timid David with MirprUIng graciousnec allows him to depart inhnrnird Informed by the XIphlteH of Day ds whereabout Soul comes with an army of 1000 nun and encamps at llnchihth Abner the son of Ner Sauls untie ne 1450 Within the place of the wagons Not trench an In the old version lint referring to the wagons and hag gage which turned n barricade about the camp Who will go It wnll and Is customary to nek for volun leers for hprrtally hazardous service AbMial Sim of Xeruinh Davids sister and one of Davldx most gal cluetmys camp at night was a lungrenough under Snail to naw pret well lie hud placed no pickets on hisehead Not bolster ns version but literally the place where his head Is liven today In Arrtb camps time sheiks spear Is tints placed Jehovahs numintcdTlie doctrinedgll- ern wrong David took the spear rIPS the very weapon that Saul In lila matinees haul hurled at him David by his merciful treatment of hili enemy eonnuered him He over came evil with good Apparently ehlllllolllInut There was n ring of falseness In hula verbose confession of foolish slnfnlnefs which warned David to- keep out of Ids reach So In spite of Sauls profession of goodwill to his son Dnvld each went Ids own way districting the other Shut and Shell Actual liberty centers In essential loyaltySubtle temptations need swift re sistance leaven oft takes In what earth casts outIt tnkei a great man comprehend himself When ChrUt Is the alphabet life be cones Gotlp literature A truly great name was never bought at the price of a good one lime wind of words will not carry the mnchine of over the wails of repeatauceRalaslloru r NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks SCHOOL KXIKNSKSdiie nut tiny of term College AcedA ApSclTc Mo 1el Let Norm Normal School A item Incidental Fee CA b tlI a 5n Hoipltnl Kcc nor J 55 2t5 125 25 TotallchoolJz UO 80 f 00 400 Fur ilmio otenocrcphy and other tuttnn we fiieelal Kxpcntcs below LIVING EXPENSESBcaid due advance by month Room rent by term lard room fuel lights iJI for full rprlng if 7i a week J21 for uluttr term 1210- wcvk Board In the vIll RCnllowcd In approval placru vsrlmln price ncconlnx to arcommo m fiirnlthtit Addtugthcec Urine ripcn In nliuul cz L oilld To te raid the Biht dayXliirliidlnRlhcil ilepml CnllrKtMu lcirliiRDt IJOJO Academy end Ijitni Norinnl IIJIO Applied Kclence Normal tnd inirainnrSlT iI del Sctools Sli2 In inter Sill more for cash No Undent cjn he received who fde to mate this advance IIstun Total Oidluary EZFCDKI fcr Weeks are seen to be In Cnltrglnle Department fIO Aimlemr anti iJitlu Normal fjy Applied fleleuiv Xonnaland Uintnmar S27 Jlodcl School In winter lhe ilolUn sore for tech Student paying board and room rent In hell n term at the beginning receive ndlmomit of rods Student duly excused before the end of n lInn mont1IhlSPECIAL EXPOSES Vocil or Special Theory rH Icbnt hour class of IhrllJ t700 Organ Violin etc it ItMonn class if three MQ Strnogrephy or TJlICullllll 111 teen Cliw tear In Harmony I l7J1l1l1cKent of Mtitlc Library i cr term Chemlrsl laboratory nccorJIiicto inatcilsl and breakacraboiil 300 IJiytlcal and illcrowoptrnl IboratorUr per term 100 Material In drawing cr term Kxnmlnatloa on laI Graduation Fcewtthdehreetwlthdiploma- 2w1 std IEXPERIENCa ITRADEAnyone ending a sketch and derrlpttnn re Snlrklr atoruin imroplnloii frne whether an Intention pmhakly tmlontAhw Oimniunlr lOll UletlronOdontlal llaiMlbniikoa Iatenu I11IntlenxrialnnlUfi without ehurno In the Sciemiflc JUmricaN tnuuUomcIf Ulnitrated weekly tartest etr lIon nf detention nt TarmaU a Tmri four tl coldbyeii nedeaiere j WIWWNwar 0 IL rTl LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- im Table In Efinct May 24 I90S DallyLeavnArrive Itk hmondi52 a m Arrive Paris ft 05 a ra Arrive Cincinnati 780n m IMIlyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 000 p m IMIIrLunvelJertmArrive Livlngrilon205 p m fliilnc Smith Tmln n itchy pmArriveTrauma ND I and No 5 make con nection at Uvio fiton for Jollico and mho South with No 21 Rod No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID School children and pvbltt Invitttl to vole to popularinrrnt tuft ten cast at one time All motes over led above trip of teach ell to Into erection of the KentuC IuildingaltbeEsp- oelliou voter tInthe tatufartlon of knowing worlh cauae apd Imiwrtaut object hare been sided at the same time a faTOtlte teacher hat recelTtl tftrcnlllon Coutfit con ductcil under SlIlcel of Educational R lilt it Coots mlltre of Kentucky Rihlbit Association the o inlzatlon formKealucky pttlllcl1nlr the IrRlnUline InvlnJ failed to make in cpptopila llon t ety tho h t e Iunri upu f schools or member or fatuity of or nnlret lty mtdical dental prote tant or catholic drnotolnttlonaltchool U eligible to election Llembcedtheducanouai blt Commlueealouenrcptcd flames of nil school children to be enrolled la the Kentucky Building at the Expo oi re ill tIllIttofEduutlon TbsEapodllnnLstobethegteatestitreaatloeelcent hethewotldahi lory The no teachcri chosen will be tothepatt Every county elect in own luott popularrducator IlcIc of JdTcrMJuCuUDghelarlftlt nuraUer of voles will be alloncil to two tutherlhe most popular t DIa popular Tag TOTES Will BE TES CECTS EACIT TQ COSSTITUma A BitlOT At ten cents each en11coo1 child in the Plate trill be able to cart tt rill one vote forbee or herf ronteteacher OtlDlIwW not be confined to Kliool piDKtTS OP tents LAU or THEIR FRICIDR MAT TOTE The purpose or the AlloclI- UOD being to elect tbe toon popular school teaeber Ineach county ai 10 by the pnbllo Ctuerally II well 1 by the acbool children Ballot contain ten tp3CII 10 club 0 tru pupils may be arranged and each giving ten rent be credited with Ida or her vote If one prrun de fires to weirstofrsitmaybeonebywriting blior her name on one cf the spaces and remit ting cue It not that name 01 the person voting be given etall Alt of the f lor olrraIIIIII s may be left blank The Association wantu however to enroll fa the kentccky Uuidinat EU loul nest tbe name of every child who rotoue or more votes la1 be coutcit 1upil ire aited thrleforetoal their names plainly to the ballot ALL EXPOSES 01 TIE nlrERS WILL BE PAM by the Association Tile will Includ railroad traniportatlon from Lonlnllle to St Louis sod return board at one ol the but hotel Im the city for aisdayl sad admlitlon to tbecxpot itloo xrouadJ for six days THICK A1TICS T7HI DC VIDE IT FHOIMBE OST POI TAR TKiCHEBS to make the trip mote profitable and more enjoyable Each of thcie partle will concivtoffonyohteacheaThis would make a total of but as there arc only In Kentucky the Axocla gofromFQtesthcrwlthoft1 tt1t FOOTHO III tliU contest The than the trarhrrwllh five or Ms time U tainy enrolled In bT cr ber scliocl because the retire Is not confined to children The public be liD important factor Votes maybe e st for any txrion who taught school daring luox rr ii trncbinr now Thli gives the teacher ol a fire month scaoc which closed in November or December the opjxinunU ty to be voted for during the racatloa period 1ST 1TC3TIE3 OF B1IWTS MAT BE CIST IT ONE TWR There Is no limit The morodot larlrot lu for ny one teacher the moro voic he or she will be citditcl with ON BJJOLtAK VOTHS THREB DOLLARS CASTS TIiItTYVOTESPOURDOLLARSCAST5FORTY VOTES 11VI DOLLARS CASTS e1 PTY VOTES TEN nOIL RS CASTS A 1tUNDR1tD VOTl S ONlf 1tW Uf ltD 101 LARS CASTS ONE THOUSAND VOTES fogespentesofthelion r fa Kentucky HulIdJoCit tjcrxpoiton so tills coutctt uiny have tbe addl Lionel cf that be lus aldid worthycause- TIE STA5DIXO OF TIE COMCSTA5TS WILL DE PRINTED FCKOCEMl In each county to iho rlior bcr friend how tbe race ts being ma Begin volleguowforynurfnodteschooll- eacher The voles Wilt be counted under the ion of Comnlltee cfthe Acsoclation The a onnclofthiscommlttceIsasfollows rut II U lltounell Ioul V cChesecyFinatfortrroLRrllaileck lahncrDancillePret LouIsvllierrofWICn- nl6olomewLouisville Went Wlillara Dial dle Jackson Dr W C Frost ntrea Dr n U Huntoon Louisville Dr H Y Mulllm Lcultville Jr Arthur V Ctorietown Superintendent M A Cassidy Lex IfEtoii Superintendent 6 L Frotce Frankfortt Trot C J Crabbe Ashland Me Henry Klioud Owennboro T S Spencer LouiMille JlUa Tattle S 11111LoutfvlneSirEmllyBBackenroulsviiieandrlra- iILTucker Louisville Members of the Educational Commtteearc not eligible to election In this contest HFxEiinni ETEnr COCXTT ELECTS ITS OHTTATORITE TEACITCB competnion between counties only applies to the race for tbe iicth trip the coulIl outside of JeOVison casting the largest total vole being greeted thedlattnettonofscatting two tcache be result will be announced every paper in stale end In addition tn thin a congratu Idorymseagewill go to Ihe teacher elected In each county Later thedetelleofthetrip will ba arranged each chosen being given the privilege the June July or AuguiyiV4ln which be or sbe wants to make CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1 i73Apveof as the most popular teacher it- I county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED tOo 10c t w WLrt r k C Y 1o- 0r WJ J AitIt 1Oo boaI100 1- 0er1r 0 be t the all school chlldrea saoaUowasteVoterswsuiitgsilieroliiga tbslrkeen Voters have the bSIIta direct to the secretary oft AsaoclaUom or to lbe from Additional belotsmaybeobtalaedbvtet extra copies or this paper t8lIUauca ma be by c 01 postal money order cr la can acy at MMn rufc AddrewallconimuilutooiiHteeeKtaq Kfk ISubscribe for The Citize THE CITIZEN I f IfEastern Kentucky News I f J 1 Ho correspondence published unlest signed In fun by the writer The name it not for publication but as aa evidence of good faith Write plainly IIIIII1IIIIIIfIIHIIHHTIIIII +IHIIIIIHIIIIIH JACKSON COUNTY McKEE Dr G C Goodman of Welchburg who i i ill the hospital at Louisville being treated writes his friends that i ho is getting along very well Ills doctors think his trouble is intestinal indigestion instead of appendicitis as it has been thought to booHe now thinks that an operation will not bo ueccFsarj Steps are being taken to thisLtion to the people of the entire county and help to build up our little town An extension of our telephone lino to Beren is greatly needed Plans have boon laid to build it but it looks like they are a little slow in develop ingKERBY KNOB Wo aro having a great deal of sickness nowJohn Donne who began McKeettook down with typhoid rerorMrs- Cora A Smith of McKee passed t through here last week on her way to Berea expecting to return the follow ing Tuesday but we Bro very sorry to learn that instead she was taken to iluf hospital with typhoid fever Mrs P S Doarborn of Butler who 1 joined her husband at that place a few days ago returned home Satur day because of illness Messrs Bos kins and Landrum of Cincinnatiare here on business They are traveling in the Southern States in search of timber The stave mill which was set up on Owsley hill three years ago upperrJI tho Baptist church Saturday night we hope that ere the meetings close many souls will be born into Gods Kingdom Jim BIcknell of Berea filled his appointment at Cave Spring church SundayMiss M Etta Gay attended services at this place Sun dayMr and Mrs Monday of Kingston are attending church and visiting hero this weekDr Dough city Jr has gone to Valley View to 4relatives before resuming his studies r ntLouisvilleMiss Eloise Partridge visited friends last week OWSLEY COUNTY CABBARD Some of our boys are picking off the squirrels from tho hiokory trees 0 B Gabbard is having a well drilled Mr Wilson will soon have J II H Rices dwelling ready for oc cupation Uel Wilder has bought a sheep with five legs and six feet in tending to take it to tho London fair Miss Ida McCollum who is teach ing no Cow Creek paid home folks a visit last Friday Saturday and Sunday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORDi Mt Vernon Monday on business M B McGuire was on Scaffold Cane Saturday 0 H Todd hRs moved his shingle mill near his father Daddy Todds on Scaffold Cane and saws from S150 to S 300 a thousand A num ber of our people hero and from Cow Creok Bro planning to attend the fair at London which begins on the 26tb of this month The school at Grassy Branch with S A Gabbard and the ono at this placo with Meredith Gab I hard as teachers are both having a fair attendance There is quito a number of children in this district sick with something like tonsilitls t Your correspondent and brother Elmer are suffering from tho same disease Born to the wife of P II Gabbard n boy It does not weigh more than 1000 poundsS A and Meredith Gabbard attended the Teachers Association of Boouevillo and Buck Crook districts at Elk Lick Saturday C H Moore our young doctor is having some practice in and attendingphim success in his work The extra session of Circuit Court which convened at Boonoville last week and this week adjourned yesterday tho jury having rendered over 100 indictments Tho criminal cases against Caywoai and the Allen boys wero continued Clay Combs county clerk of Owsloy was sentenced two years to tho penitentiary for failing to comply with tho law in regard to tho ballots used in a primary election Bo has tl rar I won granted a now hoarinf on his I case BOONE Rev J W Lambert filled his ap pointment at East Scaffold Cane Saturday His reported that B A Riddle and James Ilnyofl Jr got into a fight over the election Saturday at Conway and Hays shot RiddtoH Lambert of this place started to Leo county Monday morning to got out staves for tho Humes Co pom go Co J II Lambert anti wife and Bettii and Martha Lambert visited Mrs Jno Lambert SuudnyMrs Luo Singleton who has been visiting in this neighborhood for some time w illi go to her home at Scaffold Cane this weokWo are needing rain very much in this locality Wru Kerby who has been sick with fever for some time is reported some bettor Moio Owens of Clear Creekis visiting Mrs Etta Lambert this weokG L Wren who has been sick for eoino time is getting better Born to Mr and Mrs AudersoiiMcKinzieon Aug 13 a 12 pound boyFrank Parker and lamily will move to Berea the first of COUNTY WALLACETON Tom Pigg and Miss Rebecca Collins were married at the homo of the bride Aug 2OthLinck Nickerson and Urah Hudson of Dreyfus were the guests of G B Gabbard aul family Saturday and Sunday Miss Alice Lawson is very sick at her home with malarial fever Charlie Rogers of Indianapolis Indwho has boon visiting relatives here for several weeks returned home Saturday accompanied by his cousin Willie Rogers Misses Mabel and Ethel Baker and brother Arthur of Spring field Ohio are visiting their grand father James Baker and other rela lives this weekTho meetings conducted by Rev Lunsford aro progressing nicely with large attendance Walker Reynolds and wife have moved Wallaccton Mrs Reynolds Is the daughter of Rev Lunsford and will assist in her fathers storeOib Gaffney and family visited Jeff Davis and family SundayMiss Lucy Cade is visiting her sister Mrs N Ogg this week John Cade and Nate Ogg are attending the Tate Crook Associathu this week Miss Dovie Kiunard ot Berea is the guest of Miss Eliza Weaver this week Miss Mary Dot kins is visiting her uncle Felix Es bridge and family this week Miss Lucy Wyatt of Borca was the guest of Miss Mary Ogg Friday and Satur day GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Your correspondent was absent last week hence the disappointment to some of our neighbors Very hot and dry pt presentJ C Napier sold his farm to Elias and John M Smith for 58000 cash posspsion to bo given Jan 1st Mr Napier hosnot decided on a location as yet We are sorry to lose such good neighbors Wo wish him success wherever he may go Our loss is anothers gainUiss Lucy Bailey who has boon spending the summer with Miss Mildy Napier has returned to her home Miss Bessie Smith will take in the London fair James Elmore and Thomas Austinof Lancaster made A J Hammack a short visit Sunday Wo are glad to see Mr Austin out again after his long confinement with a broken leg Miss Mary Ha mack has improved vary muchand wo hope she will soon recover Grandma Red wine is very poorly having been confined to her bed for several weeks Supposed cause oldDgeThe farmers are a bout through threshing wheat in this community The yield is bettor than expected Cholera Infiuitum This disease has lost its terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy came into general use Tho uniform success which at tends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children has made it a favorite wherever its salobyTho military force at Jackson is to bo reduced to twentyfive mop the order taking effect on Friday The reduction was decided upon at a con ferenco between Adjt Gon Murray and Gov Bocklmui yesterday T Kentucky State News Items CALEB POWERS CASE CLOSED Arguments to the Jury Began at 9 Oclock Wednesday Morning Georgetown Ky Aug 2GThe case of Caleb Powers was formally closed lato Tuesday afternoon Tho nrgu Inept to the Jury began Wednesday morning nt 9 oclock Judge Robbins has limited It to 11 hours on a side and will hold night sessions of court to rush this part of the trial The case will go to tho Jury about 4 oclock Friday afternoon and an early decision of It Is anticipated Tho attorneys determined Tuesday night to have three speeches on tho commonwealth side two of four hours and one of three hours and tho de fense to have four speeches Tho prosecution speakers will be Attorneys John K Hendrick Thos O Campbell and States Attorney Robert II Frank Inn Tho defense speakers will tio At torneys J It Morton D K Rawlings Samuel Wilson and Caleb Powers tho defendant The Instructions of the court to tho Jury to bo given before argument bo gins will be along the lines of those heretofore given by Judge Cantrlll and as modified by tho court of ap pealsTho defense Tuesday formally mov ed to exclude portions of the evidence relative to tho coming of tho moun lain men ns witnesses to Frankfort and the court overruled It Powers attorneys who offered a number of Instructions narrowing those of for mer trials considerably and excluding this defendant even of Youtsey Tay lor and Howard be deemed guilty The prosecution Tuesday offered 23 rebuttal wltncsses to material but small testimony offered on the side of tho defense ARSENICAL POISONING One Woman Will Die and Others Are Seriously III Louisville Ky Aug 61lrs Fan nle Land will probably dlo and her daughter Miss Mattlo Land and Enoch and Palmer Goro are seriously as a result of arsenical poisoning Tho poison was administered by sonic one as yet unknown to the police the Indications being that It was mixed with tho coffee consumed by the qunr tetto when tho young men took dinner Tuesday with Mrs Land and her daughter A younger daughter was the only one present who was not pol send Enoch Gore has figured In a poisoning case before Two years ago ho was arrested on tho charge of aid ing in the murder of Edward Lambert a soldier returning from the Hilllp pines who died as tho result of co caine poisoning Gore was discharged for lack of evidence his alleged ac compllce Jennlo Ashcraft having died In prison while serving a sentence for the crime Found Dead In His Room Lexington Ky Aug 26I1 P Rob Inson aged 25 was found dead in a room at the Leland hotel Tuesday morning He had swallowed an ounce of carbolic acid and had probably been dead since Monday afternoon ho having secured the room at about t oclock He was a nephew of George Robinson democratic nominee for cir cult clerk of Scott county and the lato Gen James F Robinson of this place Bill Raisers In Louisville Louisville Ky Aug 2C United States secret service men believe that bill raisers aro plying their trade throughout this section of the country Tho Cincinnati police retort several arrests and tho local authorities have taken Into custody two Negroes who attempted to pass raised 1 notes Quarreled About a Woman Louisville Ky Aug 2GDavo Garrett shot and fatally wounded Lawson Carter Tuesday night at Seventh street and Jarvis nvcnjio during a quarrel which originated because of Carters Jealousy of his wife from whom ho leas been separated for sev oral months Judge Hargls Will Louisville Ky Aug 26The will of tho Into Thomas F Hargls once chief Justice of the court of appeals was probated Tuesday morning According to Judge Hargls will his estate Is worth 500000 which ho provides shall go to his children after tho death of his wife Wanted In Kentucky Walla Walla Wash Aug 2GOn a warrant from Kentucky Mrs Nina Thompson Longford was arrested on the charge of arson alleged to have been committed in Kentucky three years ago Tho officers of the state have been on her track ever since that time Quiet at Jackson Frankfort Ky Aug 2GAdjt Gen Murray Tuesday communicated with Capt C W Longmlre In command ot tho state troops at Jackson In regard to tho reports of disorder at Jackson Capt Longmlro replied as follows The situation Is quiet- Postmistress Elopes Sergent Ky Aug 26 Henry Webb 27 of Pine Creek eloped with Mrs Catherine Bowling 30 postmistress at Margaret and they were married by Circuit Court Clerk J A Craft It was the brldos second venture in the mat rimonial line The Heat In Louisville Louisville Ky Aug 2GFour pros tratlons from heat were reported Tues day Tho maximum Monday was OS and Tuesday 91 TO CONFESS IWANTJETT With Him Tues day to Tell What He Knows Lexington Ky Aug 2D Influence Is being brought to bear on Curtis Jett the condemned murderer of Attorney J JI Mnrcum to get him to confess ofthhosen TcnnosIbehind the assassinations suffer for tho crime Jett has given no signs ot weakening since his conviction nnd will not discuss his trial or convic tlon only to say that he Is not guilty of the murder of Marcum Lexington Ky Aug 2GRelatives of Jett will bo here Tuesday It Is believed to secure a confession If pos slblo front him Jcttrf mother visited him in his cell Monday afternoon and gave him a new suit pf clothes NEW WITNESSES Prosecution In the Powers Case Has About 30 More to Examine Georgetown Ky Aug 25About 30 new witnesses wero recognized nnd sworn on tho convening of court In the Powers trial Monday and It looks ns If tho case will not close and the arguments begin before Thursday The new commonwealth witnesses are to bo used In rebuttal of tho testi many ot Jim Howard W II IJIIy and others and to prove the character of the defense witness Max Lewis of LouslvlleThe Jury returned from Frankfort at 6 oclock Monday oven tag and Court was Immediately ad journed for the day The defense will present Its final witnesses before noon Tuesday Rebuttal testimony of tho commonwealth will occupy the rest of the day and argument to tho Jury will bo begun Wednesday THE COURT DUCKED A Prisoner Struck at Judge Stlrrnan With a Chair Owcnsboro Ky Aug 25 Robert Harmon a prisoner In tho city court assaulted Judge J B Stlrman while the latter was on the bench Monday Harmon had been fined and while sen tence was being passed Harmon seized a chair and brought It down with nil his strength The honorable court ducked and tho chair struck the box In which he sat Three police officers overpowered Harmon and he was sent to tho dungeon for 36 hours Special Train Load of Horses Georgetown Ky Aug 2GRobert H Anderson left Monday for New York with a special train of ISO horses from his own McMccklns Oakwood and Col Milt Youngs McGrathlana studs Among the number Is a balf brother of Dick Welles which will bo offered with tho others In the New York auction sales next week He Used His Feet Newport Ky Aug 25As the re suit ofa spirit of bravado Albert King aged 2 son of Fireman King Is confined to his bed with burned feet and a pie newly baked by Ills mother was the cause of It The pie was placedpn a table where Albert was and ho attempted to stamp a hole la it with both his little bare feet Wealthy Distiller Dead Owensboro Ky AUK 2GJ W M Field a wealthy distiller died Mon day morning of heart disease aged 59 Ho had been In tho distilling business for 30 years Ho was the builder ot the Ownesboro Falls of Rough and Green River railroad now a part of the Illinois Central system Accidentally Shot Her Cousin Lawrenceburg Ky Aug 25News was received here Monday of the trag ic shooting of Becky Rosomoore a pretty 13 year old girl near her home In the western part of the county by her 17yearold cousin Salllo Sparrow who was tooling with a rifle Victim of An Assassin Jackson Ky Aug 2Gt Is report ed from Athol that Dreck Jones a young farmer of Lee county was found dead Monday morning In an Ivy patch near his home with a bullet through his brain Tho Indications are that ho was assassinated Option on All Quarries Bowling Green Ky Aug 25Waldo Avery of Saginaw Mich and his port ner Roberts of Port Huron with a combined wealth of 23000000 havo a 30day option on all the stone quar ries In this county The capitalists will be hero Thursday Settlement Is In Bight Ashland Ky Aug 258 a result of conferences between officials of tho Ashland Shoot Mill Co and the execu tive board of the Amalgamated asso elation It Is believed that tho strike that has been on for tbe past eight months will be settled Kentucky Charten Frankfort Ky Aug 25Tne follow ing companies med articles of Incor poration Monday Dank Fancy Farm Graves county capital 16000 Ken tucky Plow Fender Manufacturing Co Hancock capital 10000 Secretary Vreelands Call Frankfort Ky Aug 25 Secretary Hubert Vreeland Monday called a needing of the state board of election commissioners to bo held hero on August 29 to name the county boards of election commissioners India exported 19212155 bushels of wheat during the last season I iAIOTHER CARLOAD Why do WEBER WAGONS soil so well Because you never saw one broken down Because they nre all good ones Because they cost less than others 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