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HWWHJHHHH4IHHWII JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher K ttrM ol 1oIltiI Ay 01 iteond UIIQIlrIHHH 1M11HIMHHH4H IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 1901 One dollar a year NO a I IDEAS Nothing but a goal life can fit initn for a Ixdtur ono 1raisi of lh0 dead isoftiii intended us ctimuru for tin living Thoso who jump at conchiHkms lie 1110 III roach any that am worth hu- IIIK TAKE NOTICE Hinil Tin CimnNH offer of iwo Scholarnhiw fags tamlactntonm If you do not ran to inlur the cn- ntat yourmlf you ran help HOIIII friend to win No mailer wliin you live you can vole for your friend in lUllof flu eight couiitiiH Cut out fill in and wild in at once FROM THE WIDE WORLD- It Ixlitvcd that imolhir tvvolu tion in Colombia itnniinuiit- lapniifKit t tonxtin IMMIU attacked Port Arthur nnii Hunk two ships A larlro weutd premnnahly HUH hinn wiirehip on tin nxkft near Port Arthur Thiw forts houthount of Port Ar llIpallli4HIIIIIIIl Thu RiiKHiiui Vladivostok wjuail roll Ixiiiilmrded GiuiHnn Konn but did sautll dauumgo A Uutvsinn battleship wan nccidciit idly rammed by another 1141o tin t Czari envy at Croimlnd- tTlif lXlf in UiiHniaN Ixst Niibnia rim Ixwt UIIH Mink in limeeva River iiiul 22 iniii were drowned ItqiortH am to tIlfTlocl tliat till Turks Imvi iHkim a pnumil nmwacre of America in the Iroviiiii of Van After n nix hour fight the Taku hlmn divmion of tho JiiwineM army occupied IVii Shin Lliiff tin HttHsiniiH rclrcIlill iii iliconlor The Htodiiier urhof till Scan ihiiinvianAineriiiiii Liustruck a reef in the Atlantic Oiiiiii JJOO milts vel of Scotland on Tuesday iliino 2S nod more than TOO JXTHOIIH Wilt j drowmsl IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A ilefttructirii for sl fire ni iiif in the lliiiirhncn ininintaiiiH in Arizona I The KepnblicniiH nominated jell M Vnnur fur Governor of Michigan I Dr C AlphoiiM Smith lax Icon ducted pnwidcnt of the Univurnity of TiiiiicNHci A cloud burnt near PitUbur Pit intiiidiittil MX IIOIIWH doing dimm e to tin extent of 100000 I IIntlIIKTMUIH were a fatally hurt and five others injured during u tornado nt HohiieHrilh Neb CllllrJlllItllIMIIt1 r winld cnnln mid fJOO in mosey were stolen A twin tunnel TA feet follow till j Hiirfacw in foiiitf bnrtxl tindur Capitol Hill in Washington for the use of 1rutln1 tniiim The celeliratioii of tint Fourth of July reunited in the death of cloven iH1hoiiH injury to 1117 mud a total lass by fire of WIOOO Tim Prohibitionists iioiniiiiittxl SiliiH C Swallow of IVniiHylvania for PriNldciit aunt Oio W Carroll of Texas for VicoPreHident The centennial annivorxary of till t birth of Nathaniel Hawthorne author of Tlio Starlet Letter and Twice COlllOnlIOnly eluven candidates for untrniifo to the Naval Academy at Ammx lin pasRKl the lhlIil examination Twenty tho pastel tho inuntal ox nminntion DemocratitIION lecii apKiinte Secretary to the Iuiiiinw Canal ConnnisHion by Pros j ldcnt Ih1OH1IIIt IC014MONWEAL TH OF KENTUCKY Gilbnrt Hnckwortli a farmer living near SulyerHvillo Ky foil from his II wagon nnd wan instantly killed j Judge W S Steno of Monticullo IIIIIIR nominated for Congress by of tho Eleventh din I trictPolice Judge Ililey of Lexington had a negro lay whipiHxlontlio pub lie sgtunru yostorday for dostroying ltOpurtt of tho Kentucky dolo j gates to tho National Democratic Convention favor tho nomination of Judge Parker After being In Bcsaion live days and taking 181 ballots without milk ing a nomination tho Eighth Dis rid Democratic Convention at Sliol byvillo udjournwl with a resolution requesting the calling of primary THE CITIZEN I I COUNTESS ODON DE LUBERSAC CYmntiwi Won de Iutx nAr Is the latent Amoricnn girt to marry Into the nobility of France llcforo her nxrnt marriage she was MlM Constance Livermore daughter of Ilnroninui HBJIIIOIHI tie Silllow flue and her mother ban banilotad Newport Iud wilt ticrraftur live In Franco Prevention of Typhoid Favor 5T Till TATE HOARD or IIEALTII a305lIMH of typhoid fever lull IJiTt deatlm wow roporttil in ROil lucky hint year chiefly confined to jMMpIo in time prime of life and use fulness The cost of curing for those sick of it to say nothing of the semen HiifTuring and loss of life IsingftH637Typhoid fever in till imwt preventable ofIII diseases not even exoeptiug smallpox It in now definitely knuwit othnt like cholera tad dysentery tho germs of till diseaso art contained only in the discharges front till bowels and kid neys of UUINO sick of it and that it is news ary for n orson to swallow some of such discharges or things Hllutcd by them in somo way in onler to contract tho disease They usually gain entrance to tho system through infecte water from wells or streams tanning inhabited areas nnd olluted by in ffctinl fecal mattor or such matter may IH carrieil by flits and dcKwitcd on tho fool utensils anti hands in unscreened kitchens mid dining rooms till germs may also IMI earned on tho hiiiidH of careless iitlenihints or on soiled clothing or indirectly by using milk or othor articles of uncooked foilor drink from cans and vessels washed in in fected water let from infected wntor in also dangerous as it hits foiii proven that freezing dos not kill tho germs A largo volume of water may lit infected from ono cast anti if already polluted with organic matter lx como n ready culture fluid for lime multiplication of tho germs In time now noted epidemic at Plymouth Pennsylvania involving tho sickness of 1101 persons and tho death of 1M tho outbreak was traced to tho use of water from n stream in fected by tho discharges from 0110 imported case Time recent disastrous epidemic at Ithaca Now York cans ing many deaths mind requiring tho mispnsion of Cornell University wits traced to the use ofa public water supply similarly Infected On the other haul iu time distress ing mad fatal epidemic which clung to our military camps nt Chick nmauga Camp tread MonlwiU Point and other places during tho Spanish American war flies were found tolw thu jirincipal carriers of tho disease by time United States Commission appointed to investigate the origin of the outbreaks By tutu use of white powder sprinkled over tho discharges in tho latrines thousands of these jKsts wow tracked direct from these and found covering tho fool hands maul utensils in thu kitchens and mess rooms of tho common soldiers Cul tures taken from tutu foot logs bills maid intestines of these IlicR showed the gurus of typhoid fever in count less numbers Thu kitchens and mess rooms of tho ollicors wore screened and they almost uniformly escaped the diseuso Othor facts no less convincing ns to lathwater and Hies being carriers of thus disease might bo multiplied indefinitely if space permitted In u smaller way they must bo common ill tho oxpcri Continued on page ill column tine MEASURE FOR MEASURE At a recent mooting of gentlemen met in a business fajmcity one of qlllRtioncame up anti he remarked to his companions nilof whom hail for him genuine res ect Gentlemen you have little conception of how a black Jinan feels or what ho has to endure There are exceptions but auynegroblooduu slights which nre not only annoying hut unless II note has unusual tour age mid Christian trust discouraging in the extreme Wo know when a thoughtIs ptOllodoand worthy of decent treatment but JMISSOS him by as hardly worthy of any notice Though known to he a true man he is not the one with whom to shake hands or give tho us ual courtesies Now to most per sonssiich treatment is very discourag ing in attempts at worthiness You who have always been treated by youhadnoble things can hardly realize what effect this almost universal treat meat of the black tuna has iix n Ills own self resect Whilesome through Christian grace and an undaunted pur jx Ke to hue true uncut irres ectivo of the treatment of others rise above this continual downward pull many not to say most come to assent in a measure to this estimate of others nod fail to content themselves with the approval of Owl aud the ultimate esteems of good menu I was present at this meeting and the words of my friend a scholar u divinitydeeplythought had often been on my ruled they stirred mo to a new sense of the duty of every person to treat every ono with duo res ect and courtesy If in tho providence of God I hove more than my fellow whom I meet in daily life whether in tho advantage of birth or educa lion or social position that is time very reason why I should give him what Is his due as made in Gods image and redeemed by His Son or ns an honest upright man If I fail in this I must some day stand Ixforo the Judge of All who has said With what measure ye muto to others it shall Iw measured to you again J A R R QBlU r Different Mattes 1 think may say he announced with tome pride that I sever made a fool of myself la 07 life Are you sure of that I asked hit companion Incredulously Youd bet ter think again Oh well wai the reply after a moment of thought of course I can re call several Instance In which some girl has Lade a tool of me but you mutt certainly concede that that Is quite a different Latter No nan ea cape that Ciilctjo Post Press I cant see you tonight I Imvo a pressing engagement iu the suburbs May I ask the young ladys name f I I I I I I I 1 7 m J t t THE BEREA itsIregular report 4 l on page six it fiWIth our prevIous repor t sJand note our progress c W H Porter Cashier I 0 F t cry Carriage Satisfaction Here bodyJlallihcarriages Invariably give thanNOWWe and retire Get our prices F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Goods Notionsand Ladies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES A A Reliable House to JHITE GIBSON Main Street Richmond Corner Get The Latest Ladies season has produced such an abundance of beautiful styles In presentWeendless varie- tySummer Laces We have just added all the now oat patterns to our stock of laces and iuaertings aud can certainly please you MillineryMid prices vail here We are determineto to carry nothing over No trouble to shov goods Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Berea Ky hltIIttfttHi- Sixteell Departments Eight Pages II BANKING quarterly Compare Buggies PhaetonsRunabouts Surries Traps GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish repaint repair KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C Dry dealwith Dillingham Collars- No Durable Farm For Sale One mile from Scaffold Cane pike on Scaffold Cane Hill The farm contains 76 acres is well watered in outbuildingsapplo orchard Baptist church locat miledistanceJ S WADDLE Rockford Ky Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From the largest and boat stock of goldjewelryCall and see our line of goods A J Thompson Opposite Burdottes Mill Berea Ky TO REDUCE STOCK To reduce our stock by July II before taking invoice wo aro offering our entire stock of SHOES and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS at greatly reduced prices for CASH Call in and get our prices and you will be con vinced Crutcher TribbleM- ain Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Be tween Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday June 26th Kentuckys popular line the Header son Route will inaugurate a safe and Faat Day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between those points optJratooInschedules between Louisville and St LouisLeave Louisville 830 a m 900 p m and 700 am Arrive St Louis 616 p m 720 n m and 616 p m justfromvestibule pattern and is as fine ns on any train operating in or out of Ken tucky The 830 a m train through with out change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars DiningOarscoaches Tho 900 p m train through with out change of cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars and high backseat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Par lor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will onlyforAll trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot departingfromStation St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St agentforHenderson Route Ho will have them in stock anti will be glad to ticket you wayYou be satisfied in every re spect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckians Subscribefor Citizen HHHMMHM I I I I Ice Cream i Crushed Fruit Flavors Coca Cola Cherry Phosphate Popallflavors Grape Juice youinGet the best at tho East End Drug Co Slain Street B rea Ky 111 I I I I I I 1111 l tif t BALLADE OF PLATITUDES = IleM tell you wrong U far from right That heat Is nut the sine cold That black Is not rxnrtly white That water sieves will never hold That mOM ut on the stone Units rolled Will never grow I have tin doubt He does not know the news M old He seems to think he tuund it out Hell tell you that the nun le bright That what In bought always wild That nleftnlnp thine will Rive delight And fire will take the dross from gold That black sheep Ret Into the fold And miwaniB fear will put to rout While valor will sustain the bold He seems to think he found It out The blind are seldom clear of sight Time hR1 the greatest Briefs consoled Hell tell your that the chance In slight Of gentle laiiRiiase from a scold Whose tongue sharp and uncontrolled That plouu people are devout That charity In ofen doled Jle seems to think he found It out LENVOI Though Adam to his offspring told The selfsame thing or thereabout Now crusted thick with moss and mold He seems In Wink he found It out Chicago Dally News THE MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH Author of The Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the Hallway House Etc I CorjrshtlWlbj Enuraon Houjh CHAPTER XL CONTIMKH Let mo explain went on Law I beg your grace to remember again that when your grace was good enough to take out of the hands of my brother and myself our little bankwhich we had run honorably and successfully you change at one sweep the whole principle of honest banking You promised to pay a note back of which there was no value no fixed limit of mcaiuremout Twice you have changed the coinage of the realm and twice assigned a new value to your specie No one can tell what one of your shares In the stock of the Indies means in actual coin It means nothing stands for nothing Is good for nothing Now think you when these people when this Franco shall discover these facts that they will be lenient with those who have thus deceived them Vet your theory always was that we had too great a scarcity of money hero in France expostulated the re gent True so I did We had not enough of good money vie cannot have too little of false money of money such as your graceas you thought without my knowledge has been so eager to Issue from the presses of our company It had been an easy thing for the re rent of france to pay off all the debts of the world from now until the verge of eternity had not his presses given out Money of that sort your grace is such as any man could print for hlm rlf did he but have the linen and the ink The regent again dropped to his chair his head falling forward upon his breastBut does it all mean What aaall be done What will be the re dtlt he asked his voice showing well trough the anxiety which had swiftly fallen upon his soul As to that replied Law laconically I am no longer master here I am not controller of finance Appoint Du bos appoint DArgenson Send for this Brothers Paris Take them to this window your grace and show them your people show them your France and then ask them to tell you what shall be done Cry out to all the world as I know you will that this was the fault of an unknown adventurer of a Scotch gambler of one John Law who s brought forth some pretentious schemes to the detriment of the realm Saddle upon me the blame for all this ruin which is coming Malign me mis represent me Imprison me exile me behead me If you like and blame John Law for the discomfiture of France But when you como to seek your rem ethos why ask no more of John Law Ask of Dubols ask of DArgeuson ask of the Paris Freres or since your grace has seen fit to override me and to take theso matters In his own hands let your grace ask of himself Tell me as regent of France as master of Paris as guardian of the rights of this young king as controller of the finances of France as savior or destroyer of the welfare of these people of France and of that America which is greater than this rancetell me what will you do your grace What do you suggest as remedy You devil you arch fiend ex claimed the regent starting up and laying his hand on his sword There Is oo punishment you do not deserve Ton will leave me in this plight you roi who have supplanted me at every turn who made that horrible scene hit last night at my own table within ttia very gates of the Palais Royal you the murderer of the woman I 1frdt And now you mpcker and rtouruf oi what may be my bitterest mljfortutid why sir no punishment In sharp enough for you Why do you era d there tilt Do you dare to mock meto mock us the person of the king I mock not In the least your grace said John Law nor do aught else that ill beseems a gentleman I should have been proud to be known as the friend of Philippe of Orleans yet I stand before that Philippe of Orleans and tell him that that man doth not live nor that set of terrors exist which can frighten John Law nor cause him to depart from that stand which ht oaco has taken Sir If you seek ro frighten me you taU But look you consider said the regent Something must be done As I said replied lAw But what Is going to happen What will tho people do First said Law judicially flicking at the deep lace of his cuff as though he were taking Into consideration tho price of n wig or cane first tho price of a share having gone to 1000 lines this morning by two oclock will bo RO low as 10000 By three oclock this afternoon It will bo 6000 Then your grace there will bo panic Then the spell will be broken France will rub her eyes and begin to awaken Then since the king can do no wrong and since the regent is the king your grace can do one of two things He can send a bodyguard to watch my door or he can see John Law torn into fragments as these people would tear tho real author of their undoing did they but rec ognize him But can nothing be done to stop this Can it not be accommodated Ask yourself But I must go on to say what these people will do All at once they will demand specie for their notes The Prince de Contl will drive his coaches to the door of your bank and demand that they ho loaded wTth gold Jacques and llaoul and Pierre and every peasant and pavlor in Paris will come with boxes and panniers nUll each of them will also demand his gold Make edicts your grace Pub lish broadcast and force out into publicity on every highway of France your decree that gold and silver are not so good as your bank notes that no one must have gold or silver that no one must send his gold and silver out of France but that all must bring It to the king and take for it In ex change these notes of yours Try that It ought to succeed ought It not your grace Ills bantering tone sank In to one of half plausibility Why surely That would be the solutionOh think you so Your grace Is wondrous keen as a financier Now take the counsel of Dubois of DArgen son my very good friends This is what they will counsel you to do And I will counsel you at the same time to RUINED RUINED avail yourself of their advice Tell aU France to bring In Its gold to enable you to put something essential under the value of all this paper money which you have been sending out so lavishly so unthinkingly so without stint or measure Yes And then Why then your grace said Law then we shall see what we shall ace The regent again choked with anger Law continued Go oo Smooth down the back of this animal Continue to reduce these taxes The specie of the realm of France as I am banker enough to know Is not more than 1300000000 llvrcs allowing C5 llvres to the marc Yet long before this your grace has crowded the issue of our actions until there are out not less than 2600000000 llvres in the stock of our company Your Brothers Paris your DArgenson your Dubois will tell you how you can make the people of France continue to believe that twice two Is not four that twice 13 Is not 26 But this they are doing broke In the regent with a ray of hope In his face This they are doing We have provided for that In the council not an hour ago the Abbe Dubois and Monsieur dArgenson decided that the time had come to make some fixed proportion between the specie and these notes We have today framed an edict which the parliament will register stating that the Interests of the subjects of the king require that the price of these bank notes should be lessened so that there may bo some sort of accommodation between them and the coin of the realm We have ordered that the shares shall within 30 days drop to 7500 llvres in another 30 days to 7000 lIvres and so on at llvrcs a month until at last they shall have a value of onehalf what they were today Then tell me my wise Monsieur Las would not tho Issue of our notes and the total of our specie bo equal one with the other The only wrong thing is this Insulting pro sumption of these people who have sold actions at a price lower than we have decreed Law smiled as he replied You say excellently well my master These plans surely show that you and your able counselors have studied deeply the questions of finance I have told you what would happen today with out any decree of the king Now go you on and make your decrees You will find that the people are much more eager for values which are going up than values which are going down Start your shares down hill and you will see all France scramble for such cola such plate such jewels as may be within the ability of France to lay her hauls upon Tell me your trace did Monsieur dArgensnn advise you this morning as to the total issue of tho actions of this company Surely ho did and here I have It In memorandum for I was to have taken It up with yourself replied the re gentSo exclaimed Law a look of sur prise passing over his countenance un til now rigidly controlled as he gazed at the little slip of paper Your grace advises mo that there are issued at this time In the shares of the company no less than two 2235085690 llvres In notes Against this as your grace Is good enough to agree with me wo have 1300000000 of specie Your grace yourself and have seen some pretty games In our day Look you the mer riest game of all your life Is now but Just before you And you would go and leave mo at timeNever In my life have I forsaken a friend at the time of distress replied Law But your grace absolved mo when you forsook me when you doubted and hesitated regarding me and believed the protestations of those not so able as myself to judge of what was best And now It is too late Will your grace allow me to suggest that a place behind stout sates lII barred doors deep within the Interior r t tho Palals Royal will be the best residence for him tonight perhaps for several nights to conic And yourself As for myself It does not matter replied I1W slowly and deliberate ly I have lived and I thought I had succeeded Indeed success was mine for some short months though now I must meet failure I have this to console me that twas failure not of own fault As for France I loved her As for America I believe In her today this very hour An for your grace In person I was your friend nor was I ever disloyal to you But It some tlmos doth seem that no matter how sincere be one In ones endeavor no matter how cherished no nlattor how successful for a time may bo his ambi tions thure is ever some blight to rut the face of the full fruit of his liappl noes Tomorrow I shall perhaps not be alive It Is very well There M nothing I could desire nndty Is as well tomorrow an at any time CHAPTER XLI THE URKAKINO OP Tilt B Jay It was the evening of the fol lowing that on Which John L iw and the regent of Franco had met In their stormy Interview During the morning but little had transpired regarding the significant events of the previous day In these vast and excited crowds dl vided Into groups and cliques and fac tions aided by no bulletins counseled by no printed page there was but lit tle cohesion of purpose since there was little unity of understanding The price of shares at one kiosk might be certain thousands of livroe whereas a square away the price mltyhl ar by half as many livroe so impotupus was tho advance of these continually ris- Ing prices and no frenzied and carelo s the temper of those who bargained rYetfollowing the decree of the regent which fixed the value of actions upon a descending scale the news after a fashion of Its own spread rapidly abroad and all too swiftly the truth was generally known The story started In a rumor that shares had been offered and declined at a price which had been current but a few moments before This was some thing which had not been known In all those feverish months of tho Messa sebe Then came the story that shares could not be counted upon to realize over 8000 lines At that the price of all the actions dropped In a flash as Law had prophesied A sudden wave of sanity a panic chill of sober understanding swept over this vast multi tude of still unreasoning souls who had traded so long upon this Impossible supposition of an everadvancing mar ket Reason still lacked among them yet fear and sudden suspicion were not wanting Man after man hastened swiftly away to sell privately his shares before greater drop In the price might come He met others upon the same errandPrecisely the reverse of the old sit uation now obtained As all Paris had ought to buy so now all Paris fought to sell The streets wero filled with clamoring mobs If earlier there had been confualon now there was pande monium Never was such a scene wit nessed Never was there chronicled RO swift and utter reversion of emotion in tho minds of a great concourse of people flitter Indeed was the wave of agony that swept over Parts It began at tho Messasebe in the gardens of the Hotel da Solsson ntthnttfociiB hard by the temple of Fortuna It spread and spread edging out Into all the remoter portions of the walled city It reached ultimately tho extreme con tines of Paris Into the crowded square which had beep decreed as the tradingplace of tha Messascbo ays tern there crowded from tho outer pur lieus yet other thousands of excited human beings The end had come The bubble had burst There was no longer any system of the fclessasebo It was lato In the day In fact well on toward night when the knowledge of tho crash came Into the neighbor hood where dwelt tho Lady Catharine Knollys To her the news was brought by a servant who excitedly burst unannounced Into he mistress presenceMadame Madame she cried Prepare TJs horrible Tis im possible All Is at an end What mean you girl cried Lady Catharine displeased at the disrespect What Is happening Is there fire And even If there were could you not remember your duty more seemly than tbls Worse worse than fire Madame Worse than anything The bank has failed The shares of the system are going down Tis said that wo can Z t but 3000 Hvroi the chars perhaps Irss perhaps tncy will go down re nothing I am ruined ruined Wo are all ruined And within a month I won to have been married to the foot man of the Marquis dAlloucz who has bought himself a title this very week And If It has fallen no ill sal I Lady Catharine since I have not spec ulated in these things like most folk I shall bo none tho worse for it and shall still have money to pay your wages So perhaps jvu can marry your marquis after all Butt we shall not be rich Madame We are ruined ruined Mon DIou wi poor folk We hall tho hope to bo persons of quality Tie all the work of this vllllan Jean Las May tho bastille got him or the people and make him pay for this Stop Enough of this Marie said the Lady Catharine sternly After this have better wisdom and do not meddle In things which you do not understand Yet scarce had tile girl departed before there appeared again tho sound of running stops and presently there broke equally unannounced Into the presence of his mistress the coach man fresh from his stables and none too careful of his garb Tears ran down his cheeks Ho flung out his hands with gesblcealaslpfofe de mended The news cried he The news my lady Tho horrible news The system has vanished the shares are going down Fellow what do you here said Lady Catharine Why do you come with this same story which Marta has Just brought to me1 Can you not loafn your place But my lady you do not understand reiterated tho man blankly TU all over There Is no Moasasobi there Is no longer any system no longer any Company of time indict There Is no longer wealth for the stretching out of the hand Tie all over I must go back to horsos1 Madame who should presently have associated with the nobility To Bs Continued True In Her Tk It would be disrespectful to say ttthere Is anything obstinate about i sitting hen but one meat acknowlmigt at host that she U firm There is a story of a Rood old coun try doctor who found that a hen was sitting In the back of a wniton lone unused Ills everyday wagon had given out and he needed the old ont to make a round of call no he bar nowtrd tip and started the hen and ell Thus he continued to do day after day and the sitter was faithful to her post Only the ORB suffered Inconvenience for the jarring finally addled them The Springfield Republican tells the story of another hen which was on gaged one night In brooding over some tggg in a barrel in the livery stable where she made her home The stable taught fire With the courage of the toT on the burning deck she refused to leave her post The top of the barrel took fire It burned halfway down and still the hen did not move The stable was almost totally destroyed but the firemen had the flames so far under control that a stream of water turned upon the hens apart ment extinguished the blue The smoke did not seem to disturb the hen nor did tho flood of watot pouring down the insldo of the barrel When daylight came she was still in her halfburned tenement and In dim time she brought off her brood of eight chickens The IIiiitno4U Aertpted An old woollyheaded dark ap geared at tho dlsponsarrof one of the hospitals the relates tho Washington Post Well uncle what Is It Inquired tho young medico In charge Ahve got de mlshuy powful bad bOil Anld the aged darky Where have you got the misery Ah dun got It ovuhwhoah Well Inquired the doctor what do you think ails you Ah think solemnly answered the old black dat Ahvc dun got some thin do mattuh wit mah vermifuge dcpcndlx What makes you think trouble Inquired the doctor smotllerI ing the chuckle that rose in his throat Well Huh Ah had do nose bleed powful bad las night an Ab no aptlto tall fo watuhmlllyons tiltI yeah Well Ks your vermifuge dependlx thats bothering you all right uncle said tho young ddctoruut Ill flx you out quick enough Take one of these before each meal lIe handed the old darky a little boa of bread pills and the old woolly head departed with a broad grin of happl ness no less because he had got fret medicine than because his own dtagno sls of his case sad been so promptly ncceptedIKor Her Ilenltlin Rake Postmaster General Payne says there U a western bishop who has boon visit ing regularly a certain town to make confirmations for 15 or 20 years and who decided last year that there was one woman In this towns confirmation class who had a familiar look Ha studied time woman therefore closely lIe scrutinized her figure her face bell dress She was old and poorly clad and decidedly her appearance was fa DllllnrIbishop Indeed ye her sir returned the woman cordially Havent I confirmed you before Oh Yes sir many a time sir Whywhat on earthnow the bishop amazed and perplexed began but tho woman smiling Interrupted him to aiplaln I get confirmed sir as often as I kin cause Im told Its good for th- erheumatixN Y Tribune DR V H HOBSON jt Dentist JI KytoSuod by His Doctor A doctor hero has sued ma for F12M which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera uiorbus days R White of Coacholla CattAt tho trial ho praised his medical skill and medicine I asked him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ho usedas I hall Rood reason to bolidve it was and ho would not say under oath that it was not No doctor couldu n better remedy than this in a oaao of cholera tnorbus it novor fails Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist TP r5rnrecratropaeittb rt ir mnatWttt0afawRlbInd myriY ttlietilll SWIFT 4 CO ratrtLwlry- Ger US P UnCfflc WnblntfOfiD Drlvon to Doaporatlon Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family ia often driven to desperation in ease of accident resulting in Durns Cut Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its tho bout on earth 25c at the East End Drug Co n Goon IllYosIffloAlU For 817f I wrt st-mpirt s Zip rtnni Tip rph JIrUI tIIl- iattrr rant i IUurIJOIIt lfDD TiucuAi OPKUATING A fMHn tlnc ttodf that will n ITotJ to tare alfRHwllormrTplcrrh CaUI c Mrli bqltU talth or fur the uktoe wilt send a TelepLou Cube HERMAN C TAFEL IWCIIIOQ IUCYCU- Ita w Joe et rot e teurnt4r Twontyflvo Conts Will give you rest Will stop your pain and itching Paracamph ab solutoly cures Piles whether blecditift or itching Guaranteed by S E Welch Jrl Druggist J I AZBILLS Is the place to got your Blacksmith Ing done We have tho tools and the skill Horseshoeing 50c We are for work and low prices Eyerbodycome Die HILL PIE 1 MILl EAST Bun REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for homespun and homo wovea goods such as bed coverlids linen dress Honey jeans blankets etc at follow hill prices Coverlids 4 to ffl Linen 10 to CO coots a yard Dross Linsey GOcents B yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes S3 a pair White Hnsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverllds must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants tosell cover lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in perI- OD orMrsetHettis W Graham BdrtM Kr r Thrown From a Wagon i Mr George K Babcock wan thrown from his wagon and severely bruiN d lie applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and says it is tho host liniment he ever used Mr Babcock is n well known citizen of North Plain Conn There is nothing equal to Pain Bntm for sprains and bruifteB It will ellVt a cure in onethird the time required by say other treatment For sale by SE WttchIJr Druggist Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and floe 1rOllds invite you to drive profitlook as well as tke rest of your turnout or it it shabby end thus detract from the general appearance If BO theres an easy way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage IIorIfleas from Our Large tuitouiftbingly reasonable prices However if you decide to maku your old bar ness do let us put it in 00111 i repair for you It cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kr Nournlgln Pains Auomotlll1e1 almost unbearable Parnramph relieves Neuralgia and headache instantly by opening the Pares stimulating the circulation sail removing tho congwtion A fart ap plicatlou will convince you orIIA merits So dont suffer but kp Pnracamph in your home Your uood it every day MONUMENTS if asdstens ttrp OrtnlU sd Yiklt Work of all kinds dooo in a workminlikn manner at rca onabU prices and with diiipatuh AUwork guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORAlr tmCHMOND CoIIIIrMtaIKyIu That Throbbing Hoadacho- Would quickly leave you if youtused Dr Kings Now Life proectitheirNervous Headaches They makeipure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money back if not DrugiGOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE THE BENP ENTHAUTB COMFORTABLE t BEYOND A DOUBT FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Official Route Kontucklans ForI ST LOUIS ili IAsk for our ratesliLJHWllf Trey fLOUISVILLE THAI CONE FEEliNG TIRED DULL AND BLUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE W Movr1nttosotoraampls DR BCNZINCCR DatUmofeo Mi HJHHIIHHHWH41 The Home JBHHIB IKSTBR HILL Editor 11I1iMH1HIb1 +IHII A Ilnnnrlrr Oh they fell out t lions lovers twain As lovrri often do And both unit hock tliflglftH they made 114WIThe rltitf with Jewels act The locket and Ixuitxinnlcro And lo ho keeps them yet Nut oo the mold n modern sirOn UiouKhla conunrrclul bent Bhn Mraltthtwny jiucknl the trinket up And In n Jvwrlcr went the sold the cue for cigarette r With omrrulda ulen It The Mud the prurll nnd the pin And bought herself a txiimvt- IlufTulu News tIIIIaIItttInaItIInaIIti 1The School JOHN WIRT DIHBMOHB Edi- torTHHHHIIHHHIHHHI Men in tho Making A china of 21 young men graduat AIllttl I1 ImvycrH iintl nny ono of tinin who will study his own cniwr hind tho liixlory of till ortfwiJilion that in doing its part in hiilping young CrlKmH to riM ought to lw II hit to writo II Kormoii on tho dignity of liilwrKviry mothttrV KOII of that clans r workisl for a living And fltiidkdiiiglitrt and noon haunt mill in early morning anil on holidays nnd still maintained liin Hlicirncy in till omiKttion that gave him hitt daily ImllIl- Ihlllk of Itl Than imit a proft nion or plaitt in thin land that in clou td to till Iran who honitit and clean and willing to work who IIIH grit and Ilinrgy and ambition There lima doiium of organizations in this glorious county tuft rely to humanity You can if yon will Slow IIH that you are a fighter that you nun willing to put your hunts to anything honorable to win pond well back you And w you find college HlndentH waiting on tllhlcllttlllg cordwood driving teamed clerking in Htores doing jaintor work unything in or- then to Jtt a foothold So it in with tho voting fellows who dittlni to COIIIO lawyom to grace and dignify n lion that lifts its spliltrintvycrever ono existed They art working loy ant an they look over the field they w other working los taking iMwitionM nt till lionds of bankn fill ing Governors chairs pleading rwol IatcnltI Ixforo till Supremo of thus United Stales taking their w atN in Con tIS operating railroads becoming turn of affairs Ixmiirto theywero willing to work and to mako tilt Ut HHO of their I braiim and their opK rtunitoH This in n landof working lays l Follow tilt carioor of the most famous men that America knows and in t almoHt every hmtatictt you will find the in HOIIIO humble itoccupation where tho client roHtau nitit wan lIt 011t7LM1where tho fun Iclothiw were not purchased whero habitH wore not encour aged Ah that path to preferment in paved with Pelfdenial and it la good for tho growing man it makes for real manhood anti it spoils ap preciation Success doesnt come nt u hound in nay profession It would ham littlovnlno if it could bo achieved for tho asking Tho young lawyers who gniduatetl Tuesday night havo yet to endtiro hardship and humilation to lw laughed at for mistaken Wo have in mind a famous Ohio lawyer who on his maiden appear unco Iwforo a jury moved his lower jaw like an automaton but could force no sound to pass his lijw For tho time Ixtiug ho was dumb and ho r fell into hut sent with tears of rago I and disappointment on his checks tgtliutlawyer mado a speech I of mixes metaphors in which ho re furred to tho mustard stud of liberty which tho Pilgrim Fathers planted on Plymouth noel nnd for years tlio title Mustard Seed was attach ed to him And ho ordure it and kept on trying and his troubles could IH multiplied by millions and then but convoy tho idea of tho thorns frulntly tho men who would ho- God bless tho workers tho follows with courage planted deep in thoir 1breasts tho winners who earn every sy their progess They are typ ical of America They lure by thoir very lives destroyers of accursed class distinctions and thoy prove that thing that America must novor for getTilE DIGNITY TilE liON OR OF TOIL Cincinnati Post 41l BANDWAGON MEN They Are So Numerous That Parkers Nomination is Pro dieted on Second Ballot CONSERVATIVE FORCES CONTROL It 18 Thonfjht They Will Select the Nominees Running Mate and Dominate the Platform The Opposition Is Now Confessedly In the Minority and Seemingly Too Unorganized to Present a Fighting Front 8t Inils July 6On tho eve of the democratic national convention In which tho struggle for tho nomination for president has boon a free contest the prospect U that Judgo Alton D Parker of New York candidate of tho conservative forces will win handily tho radical Geld coming In a poor sec ondNot only does It appear that tho con trol of tho nomination for first place on tho ticket will bo In tho hands of those democrats who were In the mi norlty In 189C and In 1900 but that thoy will select tho nominees run ning mato and dominate the platform on which tho race will be made In defiance of such handicaps as were created by tho ambitious friends of Gorman Cleveland Ofay Olney McClellan and favorite sons who had followings that divided tho conserva tive columns this element which ad vanced tho claims of democratic re habilitation struggled against tho com bined opposition of Bryan represent log tho ruling democratic force In the last two presidential contests and the Personal campaign conducted by Wit liam Randolph Hearst Parker Forces Gain Accessions Throughout tho week the Parker forces received material accessions ono candidate after another who threatened to sap tho strength of tho conservatives being eliminated until the opposition Is now confessedly In tho minority and seemingly too unor ganised to present a fighting front The band wagon seats are In such demand that a nomination Is confldenUr predicted on tho second ballot and tho surprise would bo small If tho first was decisive Though tho result of the contest for tho presidential nomination seems to be as good as settled that spirit which moves factions to war agnrnst each other has not been so far removed that the convention wilt bo lacking In en thulium or Interest The changed po sitions of those who ass In power now and those who controlled four and eight years ago Is attracting wide at tention from delegates and persons who aro assembled as spectators FAVORITE SON CAMPAIGN Tammany Still Pursues Its Fight In Attempting to Foster It William J Bryan was believed to bo with Hearst before tho contest opened hero and after Parkers strength was shown ho suggested that tho Pennsyl vania delegation should put former Gov Pnttlson in nomination but that falling to find favor ho proposed Jud son Harmon of Ohio Tho Ohio dole gation though loyal to Harmon look ed upon tho plan with some suspicion and this Idea fell upon barren soil Tammany pursued Its fight In at tempting to foster tho favorite son campaign and Tuesday night wore claiming 400 votes pledged against Parker This number Is moro than the onethird which would prevent n nomination The Parker forces dis played no alarm at tho report that votes were uniting In opposition to the Now York candidate Mr Bryan as sumed that Mr Parker had made no substantial gains and that tho opposi lion was becoming better crystallized Able to Dictate Terms There aro many prominent politi clans participating In tho convention who were compelled to submit to tho will of Mr Bryan In the last two con ventions who aro taking unaffected satisfaction In tho fact that today thoy aro objo to dictate terms David D of New York Den F Cablo and John P Hopkins of Illinois former Senator Smith of Now Jersey Patrick A Collins of Massachusetts Hoko Smith of Georgia and Bourke Cock ran of Now York aro among theso On the other hand there aro many per sons taking minor parts In the pro ceedings for no othor reason than that they held too much power In 1896 and 1900 Many of those who stood by Bryan then aro not with him now Some have returned to tho conserva Lives and others aro watching In si lenco the working out of tho party program MAKING OF THE PLATFORM It WllfBe One of the Most Interesting of the Contests The making of tho party platform will be ono of tho most Interesting of the contests It Is certain that many persons disappointed In their Inability to exercise their share of authority In ticketmaking will take up tho platform discussion and advance Ideas as widely diverging as thoso presented In tho dozens of state convention plat forms offered for tho consideration ot tho national convention Tho New York delegation Is active In tho platform question and tho Bryan forces I are equally alert Whllo It Is unlikely any effort will bo mado to reaffirm the THE CITIZEN r I moneyjan attempt will be mado to the gold standard Therefore both fac tions have their Ideas as to what tho harmonising plank should be But Little Platform Talk Around tho hotel lobbies there la little platform talk yet tho leaders have never ceased to give it their at tention But It Is tho spectacular that tho masses like Tim making of presi dential candidates Is their rolo while platforms aro left to tho men of letters Likewise the nomination for vice president has not been taken up seriously It has been talked In tho lobbies but no expression has been re cetved from tho real leaders and until some Indication comes from that quar ter tho talk will not center for long on any possibility It appears to make no difference to tho hotel lobby ticket maker that many of tho persona sug gested havo eliminated themselves from discussion THE OHIO DELEGATION John R McLean Selected as National Committeeman St Louts July GAt a caucus last- Ing several hours the Ohio delegation Tuesday night adopted a resolution declaring tho delegates should vote their voluntary preferences for candidates for president A majority expreosej themselves for Judgo Parker and since Ohio Is under the unit rule this action Is belloved to presago the ac tlon of tho delegation In the conven lion It was agreed however that the action of Tuesday nights meeting should not be binding It Is under stood Judson Harmons name was withdrawn at his request telegraphed delegationIal committeeman Tom Johnson alono opposing the motion that the election be mode unanimous W D Yaplo was elected member of the credentials committee and John A McMabon was elected over Tom Johnson as member of the resolutions committee- Considerable feeling was manifested In the delegation at tho action of the Parker men In withdrawing the name- of Judson Harmon It was claimed that earlier In tho day 40 out of 46 of tojand Hearst and McClellan mon all the factions opposed to Parker were urged to concentrate on Ohios favorite son CONVENTIONI Thos W E Watson For President and Thos H Tibbies For Vice President Springfield III July Thomas W E Watson of Georgia for president and Thomas H Tibbies of Nebraska for vice president was the ticket nomi nated by acclamation Tuesday by tho populist national convention Tho names of William V Allen of Nobras InIroll call their names were withdrawn and Watson was nominated by accla mationFormer Senator Allen made good his word that ho would not enter Into any scramble for tho nomination and while tho nominations were making ho- twice Instructed tho chairman of tho Nebraska delegation to say that his name must not go before tho conven lion But In tho face of this Allen received moro than 400 votes and many believe ho would havo been i nominated had ho given his consent to be a candidate Williams of Indiana who worked hauler for tho nomination and who mado moro claims than any ono else made a poor showing and when his own state was called 11 of tho 24 del egates refused to support him voting for Allen Ho soon withdrew In favor of Watson and moved to mako the nomination of Watson unanimous There wero five nominations for vice president Thomas H Tibbies Nebras ka Theo D nynder Pennsylvania n14 Wennor Colorado George F Wash burn Massachusetts and Samuel W Williams Indiana The two latter de dined and Tibbie received nearly all tho votes on tho first ballot and was nominated by acclamation- A J Mallett of Texas was chosen commltteoIon the question as to whether one man should be permitted to cast tho vote of an entire state when a state had only ono delegate In the convention and being unablo to agree It was referred to tho convention whore It was wrestled with until past the noon hour The delegates favoring a full vote carried the day The platform adopted Is a reaffirms tlon of the Omaha platform of 1902 It was adopted as reported by tho com mittee After tho convenUon adjourned a meeting of tho national committee wan held and James II Ferris of Jollot III was elected chairman and Charles Q DoFrance of Lincoln Neb secretary Tho committee Also appointed mem Tiers of the national committee for those states that wero not represented at tho convention as follows Ken tucky Jo A Parker A II Cardin and Joo O Bradburn New Jersey J AI Edgerton Michigan Mrs Marina Todd James E MacBrldo E J Payne Massachusetts George F Washburn E Gerry Drown P P Field New Hampshire D D Currier Maine L W Smith Charlotte N C Goes Dry Charlotte N 0 July GDy a ma jority of over 400 votes Charlotte Tues day went dry Three Question w ra ullIUJ I Lia J 3 X5000000GASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEI-n Addition to the Regular Free Premiums Xow Would You J rIIFive Lion Head cut from Lion Coffee and a 2cent tamp entitle you in addition to A the regular free to m one vote The acent stamp covers our to you that your estimate is recorded You can send as many call mates as desired First Prlzi tff will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our World Fair and Presl deatlsl Vote Contests We alto offer 500000 Special Ceeh Prizes to Grocer Clerks Uartlculau la each cue of Lion Code The them tho any on 45 by Street Ky Great Worlds Fair Contest Iwill get them In the II Presidential Vote Contest IiIPackages premiums acknowledgment Grind 500000 Mulllns Our What total popular vote casta for President votes for combined at the 8 1904 In election 13959653 people voted for President For 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college commencements bring forcibly before us the truth that human life is a school roe intellectual social moral business and spiritual ends this school exists Nothing in its teachers instructions inoisbr methods can be valulcss or purposeless A power aboveNir selves has placed us in school even as we send our childVcirto school by a power beyond themselves That power very largely deformities for us the agencies and instruments of instruction as we determine those of our natureiwe were at very we breathed changes of the atmosphere and a thousand other things connected with nature ant man have been shaping our lives Hut organism and environment have thus been potent factors Environment may be credited with ninetenths of our education and heredity with a scant onetenth A change in environment has changed a carnivorous bird into a granivorous one and the latter into the former Isyhoolof school there must be moments of play so must there be in the life Vacations are needed in the one so are they also in the r other Russell Sage to the contrary notwithstanding One S1gc is enough o a muiion of ordinary men Too many of us older children do not know the meaning of relaxation in our restless weariness and the unre lenting joylessness of our consuming strenuous American life A wise physician of our city placed his daughter in one of our best public schools and solemnly forbade the teachers from imposing any Icsscons which should require more than tile hours studat honk And now in full bloom and beauty and healthful vigor she v able to assume the duties of responsible womanhood livery teacher siwiUU be placed under bonds to do likewiset irile school of life is crowded with hard lessens Trials sorrows dis- bereavements come Uut the divine Providence wliivh has permitted them will help us solve them The great Teacher witl His usIpromise to each of us Vhat thou know cst not now thou shalt know hereafter t The roots of loc are Igunselfishnesstrritgtl untilByhimselfPutorAny other conception o the contents of this im mense world is a degradation anda shaving down of its divine meaning jcwgaIneighborhoodItwo thinks which it is remotest at the foundation are otter foolishly poured into it on the surface and thef1fe passion and self interest Love is unacquainted with either of them Both of them centered in and draw their nourishment from that region of our hI mtnI nature that knows least and cares least about the divine altruisms of grace Passion is a moral sickness When it is weak it is the weakness oil a baby When it is strong it is the strength of the devil It ncycrrl5e- to any supernatural altitude It creeps and crawls alongthelowerlev- els of our personality and feeds itself on the hot breaths of the desert 01 the malarial poisons of the swamp Passion burns us and greed dries us because neither of thin stretches its roots down to the depths where the waters of life Ire In the attempt to drive our lives into peace we break them into pieces When love comes there is a new horizon and a nqy flush of color and the light that never was on sea or lando tlk ail lwe rise again Old things pass away before the expulsive power oCn new affection under the blessedly destructive breath of a new Then we get hold of the key of life1henwe are strong flu tt we see its glory glowing around us and we hear the choirs of another Heaven chanting their great Te Deuni over our souls Love is stronger than death because it is stronger than life Vanity is sensitive It cries before it is hurt Pride is always ready for a clash and foams and tosses in a cataract of unloosened greed Envy runs into vice and crime at a gallop What is it that makes a man stand as still as a rock and let storm after storm of freezing hail pour into his bosomwithout bringing a curse to his lips and without sending despair into his soul What will enable him to endure uncomplainingly the woes of isolation where there is n comradeship for him save the roar of the storm J What iscit that wil- make him dumb with the dumbness ofa red Indian at the stake whet calumnies are piling their fagots about his feet It is love the love that suffers long that can live on a crumb of hope that can live and grow without hope at all that keeps a woman clinging to her son when she sees him careening clown toward hell that ties a child to a father when that father is beating it with blows and staggering into a drunkards grave the love that is mightier than anything that is horn of maii because it is born of Cod and is clothed and shieldedand armored with the allprevailing allconquering power of Cod Arl1iruiuglflrttbnlU By DIU FRANK W GUNSAULUS President Armour Institute Chicago There was never more interesting falsehood than All men arc created free an Iequal The Declaration of In dependence was the workofan hour of in tense excitement and on every national anniversary this phrase is mis quoted because when it is taken from its context it is false Freedom is something to he won Urn are not born free Every power into whose control a man conies is a conquered freedom There are no equals in this universe of Gods Cod is no socialist The problem of problems is to get a humanity that is energetic and militant that is restful The world needs urea who can observe th approach of tremendous corning events as the engineer does the engine efficiencyitltomethods into life so as to make the engine of life go ahead accurately and with power The young man of today has an errand unto the world and imut make him elf a captain THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series t for July 10 1004Jereiboam Idolatry Prepared by the Highway nnd By way Preacher ICopj rluht 1W by 111 IKSSON TEXT KdeonlI I Kluge IMSH Munu ro Theft Jeroboam built Shechwn In Mount Kphrtlm and dwelt tlirrrln cud went out from thence nncl Inillt Ifnul- K And Jcrolioam raiaintilx hurt Now hal the kingdom rtturn to the house uf DnvlJ ri If this ixjoplf so up to do Mcrlflc In the house of the Ixtfd Ht JunltlII then hull the heart of this propl turn HKuln tinto their lord even unto lUholtomn king of Judah and they shall kill inn Hiid go again to Itfhoboam king1 of Judith IS Whrtru on he king look counsel and made Iwo ealvri uf sold fwd said unto them It Is too much for you to up to JtriuHlm iirhold thy sfds 0 lamtl whlch brought litre up out of the limit of ERVI I And he set the one In lletlxil mid Ihr other put he In Dun And this hung brcumr a In far the pcoplo went to wonlilp before the oar etch- Lnto Dan 31 And hemad an house of Wish Nice Kind muJe prints of the lowest ut the peo pie which werv nut of the sots of leIX And Jeroboam ordained n fnt In ttn eighth mouth on the fifteenth day of the month like unto the fruit that U In Judah and he offered upon the minor So diLl hr In lletho nan mel unto the calve that ht had made and he placed In llethil till prlem of the high placts which he lIa inailr So he offered upon the altar which hi hid made In lJtthel the fifteenth dny of the eighth month even In the month which he had deviled of hit own heart and or du ned a team unto Um children of Ivrurl und he offered upon the altar and burnt Inn TUB IUHSOV Includes beside the Its ton text the thirteenth and fourteenth Chapter cf I Kings wherein are rvvordrd uponJereboamcues of the prophet of Judith ltltlnet the altar at llelhel und that of Aliljah the prophet against JettUoam and tit famuy licorded In I Kings 3IS1C and Kings should be reed UUIUKN TKXTKtp ourselve f 1521CUUCttJlnmon Y011 r first15chrchrrn antiltethrkrfali were plucvd Events in Israel During Jereboniiii- s Reign J 1ClnlAMJuht irophroj again Jpnblm a J J ruIkg of Ju hc ronlX JerebosrnsiI fath of IteholMMm In about h Iatlo 6ngsfAl jum Leafed ALIJah paralrt pstags in thru IcIq son of ltehobuum IIIHI king flings 17- Llaili of AUljRin In twentieth ytu n J rsrrlgn und beginning of rnniof quad king Atal Ktnr llk ScriptureJerebuaut parr words In verse 33 Instead of tak Ins cotinHel of God ho Bcorolud in hH own heart fur the soliillon of problems ot his kingdom Now shall the kingdom return to the house of David Cutup prophery of Ahljah In King 113138 IliidJtrc lioam believed lads word from what IIi II would he have been kept nnd what yiunlilinicnt he would have hero CJlledltmcyblltit be at the sacrifice of rlghteouautws and truth lie who trusts In his ownI heart and taken his own way fool To ram before God Is to sin knmdop Into the swamp We mIlAI make all things after the pattern ouriwalthatnothing of Ulniftlf III rye was al ways on Ills Fathers dial plate and UIIIE lie knew when ills time was not yet fulfilled lie was always consult ingthe movement of Ills Fathers will and did only those things which saw Ills Fattier doing Similarly IIIGods will and way thy polestar iIordthe will of Him that sent Me IterIMade two calvti of OII1ldOII1 tory Made priests of the lowest of mo people Sacrilege PreIIdolatry Jereboam broke the tlecI an11Ilaefirst and third under later kings not ably Ahab In this day we need to re member that covetousness Is Idolatry IIlliworksGal 520 and that we must neo front idolatry If we would escape this sin tl Cor 10H and 1 John 521 Sacrilege The Ljvltcn had been set ottlcnNllm thositfrompie was a great and awful sin Godless Presumption Jereboam changed the feast of Tabernacles from thtftUeuthappointments cannot be lightly vet aside See Mk 713 Seed Thoughts Unbeiief lay at the root of Jereboams allInJereboams scheme of worship was ofle he devised in his own heart and the very rame thing may be said of many worshipcworshipcin truth Jereboam sought selfglbrj rather than Gods glory A ministry purely man appolnledw111 never prove anything but an abomiii MOD in the sight ot Cod r f tl t y CAME THE BURRS PLAYED How the Children of n Drlnktn Father ConlpnssedHic Reformation Say Phoebe In It a game hon est Rolf netted the question butt as he spoke five pairs of eager Uya w looked Into tho face of the older ulster Its Its a really Truly pi me iind If youll till sit dowa Ill tuft you bout Obediently the tint small Barr crowded nn the steps fur welt the v Kncy that a gamo out of Ihottbts head was worth hearing Now listen 1as to play It with us every right when the factory leu out Ihonbv explained and pun to be the president anal were to be Ills bodyguard Now unirsu youre Iud little to understand tall at tare but the prwldent ho huM Mime mlnsort of police likewho all the lInp stick close bciildu him when he Jtw tint walkln and gtieiM when he rnniOH home from work at night rata r you sec thercti wicked folks all the tune trying to hurt htm Say It was Rubs enter voice In IIOIIITO whisper Say Is litre fel lers utryln to hurl our papa Ved Hub answered 1hotibe w + y Im awfully fnud there la Jp st that The boys grimy hands clenched as he cried JItK let me catrll em at It an Ill show em- It wouldnt do a bit of nood Hobby said bin wiser sister loure you little and theyre too big and then It aint atway men Its joe t place too The ahtdrensYee grew laige with amazement Yes Its beer an whisky piaes whais rylng to raid lIUaIaIIItUITIILU11tK KNTHAN K WAV OKA UHKAT lit III INU him and make hum spend all the money he earns for alert thatll mail him cross and wicked nail by an by 1Ilnjiut play were bin tMMlyguanl and Imlllll you you mum make pa think It game or mebbit he wont play anti theres just flv soloing tweet alIrOtIItrance waiting fur William Ilurr Hello pa Its a new game were jilarln and youre the president was Ness merry greeting Wo fergetted chlrt1f1lIglanced enviously at the children and one said to another Ulcxi It Id go Wrung with liquor If was lathe of them Happily and successfully the lilt llama played their game for man weeks and Mamma Burrs eyes grew bright front Ktnlllrig and Iapa liarr walked erect as became the father of such children writes Julia F Ikea- In Union Signal Early in Janttar nehhbori t r tilt Hrst Ore nights that the children ioultl not meet their father Mumma Burr watched the clock anxiously as the supper hour approached and for steadIy t c supper stood upon tho table until it WitS cold and Mamma liurrn heart grew sick with waiting and Nannie listened until midnight for Hit loved footstep for Iapa Hurr Ian somehow failed to play the gcmr alone Its all cause there warn t no bodyguard thought Nannie sleep Jly I wonder if could play It all alone In the dark JOSH by myself My but Im awfully frald tboiil Phoebe along Hit if the wicked folha should get hlmt guess I better and eah fell asleep It was after nine by the big dock in Tim Delaneys saloon the next night when the shouting noisy drinking company of men were Interrupted by n messenger Say Is Hill Burr here If he Is and theres any father left In him hed better stir himself Ills Nan ales lost since six tonight Through the long hours of a cold stormy night Papa IJurr now thor oughly sobered searched for the child Nut until after 11 oclock did they tin Ii her crouched In the dark entrant e way of a great building which she had mistaken for the factor AH th r lather laid the precious burden in Mamma Burrs arms iVe child mur inured restlessly 0 Phoebe I fried to play It all alone but pa lie niver fame and twus awful cold and dark but trfdl and the weary little voice trailed oft lilt u slfh of ex haustion Wife iapu hurts voice trem tutu If the Uml that guarded tilt Nannie will help me and know He will well play this game another t way tiller tonight and threat Merged J proBfret eery from harm Instead of them havlug to tithe rare of him A LEGEND It Illustrates in a Striking Way the Facts Regarding the Liquor Curse There li an old legend uf n man who sold his soul to Satan The rondfliomt were Fur a certain number of years- this mats was tu have all his duflrcit gratified at that expiration uf which his soul was tu lit forfeited When the tlmu agreed upon bad ex pired this man was unwilling tu fulllll bin parlor the contract and nuked Satan upon what terms ho could bo released The reply was If you will ratty your Hull I will re lete you No raid tin molt rannut roan the Using whoi i nattirt Is horn lilts mo something Inca fearfully wicked Then kill ollr father r tlled Satan and you go freer No answered that man that U too horrible to think of will not commit o great a crime Are there no other con ditions One more replied the tempteriYou III lit Kit drmiii Print In a very easy thing tu do the matt answered and I net ept your propo sition I cannot kill my rather I will not runt my God hilt I rata get drank and when I becouie solver all will bat well Airurdlngly IIf till dntnk and whenln thin Minilltlon lu happened to ItieCt lair fattier who upbraided him which soex lied the Ire uf tin drunken and half erAfd man that he clew hale father ruined Pals nut then full down dead and Satan had him wllboitt fall Only a luRend thle iwrtletilar carat Lot Stow Inv to time fart regarding the liquor arse National Atlvorato SOME STATISTICS Figures Which Kevral the Enormity of the Drink Evil in Englnnd In fie year it 01 there was pour Ml itwn tbe throat of the public In treat Hritain ISIii83TtHW worth of aleokolk ilrlnk Nearly SWII4I6I lO- The money rpunt fur liquor In Great Ilrltaln would havrxuptortrddutlaKthe- year 1r9KOO famlllm allowing IMOtw each fatally It would have given 100 flh to 8490 Ix 0 Hays and KlrU fur tile mrpo e of tt- odualtull + It would have built MM boi4tahi at IUKIOOU eurh The things that night have been done with U44000OOO would make a lilt ol Indrflnlte luiiuth 1ml the tart remains that the vast sum want trickling dow a C000 00 or morn tliroati tu tlcktu for palates of the British Kopte If than harm which it did nnild ha tabulated itatUllc vioiild be even more lag than the financial figurer quoted IhlIA ClilM o paper iiimmentlngou npurw rays It In from such facts tie there occa ilonally coinlnic before us that we KRill flitting IniprottMoiu of the trcmendouN folly of the drink habit With JS49000 Gib diverted to legitimate rhannelH tat trade and to family tirrrmlllm poverty would be wollnlph abolished In civil lied tuutitrles and the moral and phye Icsl Mainland would be revolutlunlaed Pnlon Signal TEMPERANCE ITEMS Only brainless tarn can drink with out suffering mental Injury National Advocate Intoxicated persons will no longerIbe permitted tu ride on the ways of Denmark The minister of Inland revenue has refused to permit cigarette slot machine In Canada I say that though moderato pdrinkers they urn loyal followers of the Saviour of mankind Can this bo true if they continue to drink that which rules many thousands of those for whom He died National Advo cute Out of the 21J1 rural commiinltle of Sweden less than IfiO pro left to tbtlll1uulcitiesHy a decree of divorce grouted re Gently to Mrs holey MnycH of liars dear City Mo Jumex A Hayes the de fendant In restrained from vlslllng their two children within 48 honra aft er he has taken a drink of liquor or beer A law to this effect duly en forced In many cases would be n strong factor In favor of temperance The hiding of n 15year old buy unconscious from the effects of liquor it lit paid has caused a new crusade to be Inaugurated In Chicago Here after a saloon keeper found selling liquor to any minor will lose hiM li IIInplaced In the Danville UI city prison one night In January following pay dayrlat the soldiers hums 150 were up on the streets in various stages of to lcatioll and sent home on the cars one otllcfir alone assisting 47 This is tall to break all previous records iu Danville debauchery American Issue i4t 4 ar rx4 J1 M iJlb1rlU UU kird rlKlJl J STRUCTIONFINSECT JTtxan Man Jlaa Invented a OaaMnk tng Mitciune That Xllls Tar asitet Oil Sight XNHipn the plnntB In the little gar tau patch In the hoiirie garden liecln to show the dtttroyliiK effect ot In t l llIan1 wornifi the gardener usually Hike an old tomato can and n ntlcl and KiitliiTs his first crop which he promts to destroy forthwith Only as he runtimes to harvest those prelim inary pcctlftTous growths kai he any UMiiranre that he will bo able In leather things Rood to eat later In llle- atason Hut the garden U inmuiara lKlvely mimll and litho time Is ro to lievp the huge ami warms in check It In only wlwu the farmer begins Ids battle with the Inhabitants Itof a potato patch cowrliiB urns of SUXIOL8UAH KlllJi IKHTHi rruund that be minus to reallw how- luwIrtul an enemy hu U flKhtliu The itrmy Is ko largtt that he has no chalci but to fight It lioIi alo Inslctul of tlealtiiK with UGh one of the little pate Individually as In that ckrdrn The common nutthixl of work JI to apply tarts gnaa hellebore or tatty other HUon wMrh can be shed III Ilijuld form and sprinkled ou Uu pteuts It In wrtll known thfci wan bags cacahe thl polixin and vnntlnu 10 ilvp and bredaven when tfcn jiUuU are doHci tevenA limes during the mason It It is Ie hoped that the new apparniu which we show In tin Illumrntlon will pr09a noon eflertttv oral Subject tai JiiiKt lu a lrr tnien wlrh It will Iw lmpot lbl for ttmiu to viitmland In thin limchlnt tbure la J a sptnduclnh apparatus deshKnw- dla Kinerule it large uunntlly of mix louii fumes Thin gar Ic stored In the rturvolrt tin tin nrrlage Hid the Inner in turn driven tjver the fltli IrnKlUwliu of tbu rows of 1lanbllI- II tie seen Itut the sninlcirwilm shape of the rrtvrvolrs tfiiabl them to nearly Inotornaho plant Kiuwtlwfui I a onulitf rablr spume of time vklle the carnage Ia bfluj drawn along T Rue In atoruRe poured from the front of the howled portion and sot rounds the plant ompletely for a H rt long fiMiUKb to kill all iniwrU nliirh are 4iarbt red therein Louie vllle CourierJoimnal REAL HOME OF BLUECRASS Zt Wu fIrst Discovered in ludiuat t and Kmtucky Got It from the lloailer State TI notice by that papery that fum loy in the miuihern part of the state wanly to know where blucKraf flrnl forin livnlurhy but ibis Is not lilite Xruts Is a native the Wabash JtJh Indiana It was found by WJJ1 liam Henry Ilarrltunn troops dudes that o1emn march lo Tlppocanoo is 3K11 Harrison guttered a small army at Oltlo Falls aud started north Ai J Viiicennes the gallant heroes realLted that Uiey could nut go 200 udder a The Wabash without teed for thuh bore Sen llarrlttjn had two cribs i of corn at Terre Ilwite and peruad ed thouncn to KO on As they came on w th hutiKv horstft and scant feed they found the graved covered with lIluttrllW- SU Miles west of Newport on the farm was found a bountiful at bluegrass Mome places in 1fCOllC It was Krotvlng three feet r and inch teed Itttd never been t of Sky the Kentucky soldier At State Lint City more ttiliiPKruss way Bound and Cram there iIt Tlppvcanoe I the whole done of marc was covered wlth hllleguus- I true seed wascarrled bleep to Ken tucky and there limit tiny could cotinaku It lihrlvq alone In the warm toll Anil It Lifl to be sown with oats And ve Mr Kandusky the father of the present fawlly of that nkiiii told inie fIr an early slay that no Utiegrass Ii rew in Kentucky until after It wus juiportuJ from hdlana Tom Down sag of Terre lUUe was an ardent jidtnlritriof Henry day and ouce went Ho flsliiUlm at his Irtiuu uear Ashland Ky After seeing UU tine farm well cl Jr bVvesrasii LtonhiK sugerktcd that Mr Clay let hlu have fame of time wed to take hack to Indiana TMn tlwit make a tool of your w Nit raw Clsythe gran4 lre of Ken tacky bluer ras Is growjoc around your louse stud In the cure corners of your fields Ve got the wed from Tfrr Haute an I the middle Vabash mid after a hard struggle got It to prow here In Its present JusiirJoils psuatndlaaayuJIO Journal TWO STRAWBERRY PESTS They Are Celled FalseWorm and rC ROUI and Are Very Und to Exteriulaat Tt j 111auurl stapes IBM Teat cooI ducted some very Interesting expert ments and Investigations In the de struction of the two worst strawberry pests In this country the falseworm and the leuf roller The first Is found to have but ono brood which hatches from the tune the first uloasoms ap pear till tho berrle8 are ripe These can easily bo hold In check by dusting or spraying about the beginning and mlddlu of this time For the home patch or home market Il Is best dust the patch with pure IIII pyrethruiii wlilcti ran be dune at time as It U aluuilutcly harmless This Is howcur the most expensive and leant effective of all the known remedies lsr coiumcrrlal growers the bout imtthoO Js to use fresh pow dered white luIlebore In the propor Ilan ofarc wood to every three alI loim of MawT This should be sprayed on before the hurries are a third ripe so that ttiH rains and dews will have abtiedant iota to dissipate Lily possi ble harmful iffccta from It Tho Icafmller probably has only OUlh1crnunit no many ways of protecting Itself that no kind of sprays or ordinary rntmifly duns any good 1ortunately fIfhtllullymowed rtrlfld raked up on the rows and If necexttary udHlxted by the I1dlll1 tlon of dry straw and the burned when the wind Is In the right direction In the Miitlli this should beI lUone either In the middle of July catch the second brood or In the mid dlo of September to cutch the third The plants will at once put forth a wt of fresh green leaves free from pests Of all kinds the next years crop wTO generally be remarkably enrrMsful PLANT LICE IN ORCHARDS They Are Exceedingly Iliml to kill and Ordinary Sprays HnveUt LIe Effect on Thr1sI MIIdomnoted exception was thin pant In New York state probably 1IftROOI count of the unusual weather lions which seem to hnvu prevented the usual development of their nat ural enemies the lady bevOes There are three klnda of plant lire that may occur on apple trees namely Fitchs apple aphis time HOlY apple aphis and the Apple leaf aphis The last JB the unly one that lives on tbr apple all the year round and Is doubtless re sponnlble for the remarkable amount of damage done In western New York during the Vault season As these Insects feed somewhat after the manner of a mosquito by sucking up the Internal juices of the plant through a long threadlike lilll there fore the ordinary polwnsprays such HR bordeaux mixture or earls green have little or no effect on them They should rather be sinotberrd and drowned In emulslo of kcToaene whale oil oap or tobacco A spraying thorjUllihless hit with time spray and d re produce very rapidly Indeed- 1VERY CHEAP STEPLADDER OCanvenleht In the House Dating cClrnuLag Time and Out of Doors All the Time Irrlle Illustration shows a cheap stepladder It need sort but very little It Is Just five fret high antI It imirt tun venlrnt In t h e house during cltunlng tlwe and out of doors at all times During the trultlllrldbJ tea lion It 1halmolt Indispensable Tbe hulJ r uroper is made of out bjr six Ibunrds with the steps ot tlte iflunie material The two upixutlto IMH trre two by two properly bnu ed TJio board on the top should be dliuuil luck iboards with at Iwul tmo knts uiiiltrneutb Orange Judd EaWier JtaurXime and Oil Spray X I luwure fruit grower UlllUm D1tatuin ImiiWorkeJ our a new foruiula fur the ilestntctlon of the San Jose sate Me calls It lime oil This new rfi1101I1wide Ulekqon slacks ten pounds of stone lime svitji five gallons of refined kern fltor oil ufter wulch he adds gallDiu of wntin rthls glvsa him a 20 per rent oil MilulkMi It can lie applied almost ax rashly Jill ipixrc kerosene does not Injure the fotlngpiand will llll Ihe scale U U much trouble iko make than the kemwnt emulsion and more salt ape pliedL huuJB Heptbllc Sow to Grow Uui Currant No otbir small fruit bi so often found In the home garden imC under to general ueglecalld yet lout under this condition pnxlwIs fruit at kome value rewarlus Prot Maynard When well grown In a rich sol and properly pruned the fruit is of large size and IB produced in large quantities It tuc tftidi well under the shade of fruit or onuinifntal trees It the soil tsmnde rich To obtain the largest and best fruit Ihe old wood that over three years old Is cut away an till large fruit Ir lorae on rants two and Utrrt jrewi old i THE PAST FISCAL YEAR Statement in Kejrnnl to Heireipts irltli 1isbursenri nts Pcnciont Show An Increase of 41S3c 000 and Interest Payment a De create of Over 4003000 as Compared With 19CC Washington July 1 Hwrutary Shaw Thuixlay gnve out a tntmfut bowInK the romparlion butwi cn tlu stlnialrn which he mibmlltuil to run nrwit In his last iiiiiinal report awl the actual rirulpla arid illibiirauinentR Scaring the llscal year ruin which Il ajiuflrH that the actual surplus Is only about threefourth of n million les than tin cMlmatud mirplim when a aunt is taken only of expenditures which wire considered In KIIlJm11l11l1oI Ui crtImate In the tad tr rnugrriB no account was taken tf i nnllilii tXpvndlturvH In securing tnt rlxhl of way for the IfitJniilan ra nnl our of the loan of 4C0Mi to the ldiilnlnmi IurvliHHf KxpOKltlim Co Tie ntlniiU was teased alto on the ltmI- tllllk laws These were mibHP qiKntly modified by the ratlllcatlun ufi tin reciprocity treaty with Cuba TIll Mirilnry mils attention to the fact lhat the gnrpliitf would have been nev eel millions In excess of his estimate fen The reciprocity arrangement Calm whkh reduced the reve mimics rrmn JG000000 to 800110011I nvallnble cash 1It to JlCCjf5S72 as compared with tJl1l1rl1l year ended June 1WI3 These IlKiires show Increases and de vntiwa In receipts as follows Customs decrease LMS2323r In tcrnal revenue Increase 2320440 inlnroIlaiHom increase 1M2014 The civil and mlncellanpous expn iIltnrtH for tho year Just ended ex eeided those fur the year lf 03 Includ hog the iiaynfiits on account of the Panama canal purchase and the St loulH expOHlllon loan by JC7813fi02 Tin fxpenlture on account of the war department were f3211 H7 less than fur 1103 and the expenditures on account of the navy were 200C0271 tTatr than for UOK IctiKlonB show an lncrenar of S4 133NK and Interest payments n lit ireasf of aver t4000000 an compared r YerKes of the litter HHl3I bureau statement Thursday made The total receipts of the Internal nveiiue huruaii fur t ie lieu year cos hug Thursday evening will be about t233600000 This shows an excess of collectlonK over tie fiscal year ending June 30 Ii03 of some 3000000 Th rates of taxation on various articles pnylni an Internal revenue tax being the same this fiscal year an during the year widen ended June 30 1U3 and the amount of tax collected being In i excess by sonic three and a half millions of dollars does not Indicate that the business movements of the coon try anti Its ommorcfftl transactions are decreasing ur that we are suffer Ing from general business depression ns claimed by some CUSTOM HOUSE STATISTICS The Amount of Dutle Collected For the WO972579 New York Juy LA stlmmar operation at the custom house for theI fliicnl year ended Thursday shows till number of entries was 3CGS93 aa compared with 3015C8 fur the previous lineal year The amount of customs duties collected for the year was 1701 972579 an compared with 1SO970 144 In the previous year The yea 1W123 was n high record year III vol ume of customs receipt The year Just ended Is second highest Wild Texas Bull Creates a Panic Peoria July IA wild Texas yell escaped front the stoqk yards fIll lower end of the city anti dasicd through the ittreets with several stock men In pursuit It entered the vvhol sale drugstore of Colburn lurks Oo The clerks panicstricken flw1 timm tire building The animal dc Ktroyed considerable property and ft mill leaped through a window Ira lit t uriets Present For Attorney General Knox WBttblngtun July ISollrllor Gen timl Hoyt in behalf of the otllclal and ifrlcal force of the justice pretteiited a beautiful lib JnrIrtuck to Attorney General Knox rtttntly resigned Parcel Post Agreement Signed Washington July J Postmaster Ujkejal PI1IIO and Mr Takashlra the panese minister Thursday signed a parcels IKJSI agreement between the Inltcd Stated anti Japan The agreement will take effect August Went to Their New Summer HomeINotch Sundwlcli N H hcrchlljlInhome here Thursday nlgit 1111 Cleveland said that the date of CleveltuidK arrival was uncertain The New Governor of Porto Rico San Juan P K July lJllIltt Ucekman Wlnthrop new governor of Porte Rico accompanied by his wife arrived here Thursday on the steamer Caracas from New York Itrge crowds gathered at the dock and pti ace to meet him Charged With Bribing a Witness St Louis July 1Col KdwardfHut ler a prominent local politician camo RIIIleased on a bond of 10000 a NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks iClllHlL kxtteradue ant day ul Iran Calkle Ars La AJscte Mi del- IA Kara Batoult mom l ddLJFV las IN use IM uadfu err If It 21 lib iJrr- enuaed t7J 12 txl U IcUltchral arfroa V 100 100 are otbu eaua ere shillxaltur lwiuw- IlrimG rtienCESnears see la a4easo by Kttle IHHIJ LIlly turn k irt au turf mil Mrlt or qnexdo7s tnij witki tilw wtmar trim SMC wart tidh in lti 1IIIhIltWc njro piMrtHwii pule etturdde to acdtumu soar Inrrn brA Artllit tli Intel UITM t lo Mtvot n fxn Unit Tobf ftit tteSailayiuuldlnyIhell1P1a ti It lupryuia nirnnret lilVO t1Pfnrn- In 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CitiMn Berea College Founded 1856 n IPLACES THE EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 2aStatosl largtlt College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS lt At r Uri SMeiirQ Two yrntn Gram with ntfrlcultur lot young t Ibil IK lutviici Seisin for jc Lnh lal1tIsoolstrpentrj Irifit OK Housework Nftiriiig two fear Normal iunrecsIur IVucliitiH Thre courses londing to county Certilit ate Ortifiente and Stole Diploma Ariutcmy Conrun Four fears for Collogu for butitie tad for lilt College Courma Lltmury Scleutifio Classical lonling to Baccalaur Itt dtgt ia Mimic Choral free Recd Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who cell help t t toward a Christian dv cation Our instruction is a few gilt StuilfuU pay a small Incidental rse to met expenses of the school apart from instruction and also pay for board in adrnnc Expenses for term 12 Weeks nay be brought wltlilu 24OOht out ilti to be paid in advance The in ouiiorued by HuptmUt Christians Dinciplea Congregation chats MathodUta PreabvteriauH Bud good people of all denominations M INPORKUICm sad BlEnDLV 40VIC1 iltntt ito WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kr Madison County Roller Mills fItJlol1h Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour del tJllooil Potts Duerson IWhlla Station Ky Extraordinary Unparalleled Extra Special Offer To Old and New Subscribers to The Citizen We tire especially anxious that every old nubecriber to THE CITIZEN should settle up his arrears and per hlareubbcriptiou in advance on or before June 8th 1904 Berea College Commencement Day IWeare egtmfy anxious to add n large number of new sulmcri sera to our list on nnd before that date In order to accomplish our purvwe make the following offer which ie the most liberal ever made by guy ceuijsijKjrFor Every 100 You Pay Us We Will Give 200 Back Net in cash to lie sure but in its fquivclnnt In other words wo credit 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number THIS Cut out in mH to day to TIm Barer Ky BEST State fitting hnlIv tniiHt School IKKTAtT current money SUBSCRIPTION BLANK According to your offer I select from your list the following Num mySubscription beis Name It is understood that I get a 126 PotoIDce page book in addition if I am among State the first ro tHE cIrIZENJIi II II 111 11111111 II II 11111 III Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IH11t1IfI H11Itlfi i i thJ Chas Burdctto was in Louisvill MondayMrs Bessie Prather is very ill at Mr Goldens Hezekiah Wnshburn visited in McKee Sunday N p Graham spent the Fourth at LIB homo in Virginia Dr P Cornelius returned Tuesda from the Worlds Fair Will Flanery left Monday for a weeks visit in Frankfort The annual meeting of thu Baptis church occurred Sunday Miss Myrtle Gay is teaching the schoolat Locust Branch Mm A E Thomson is visitiii Miss Fox at Narrow Gap Anderson Collins lost a finger at the stone quarry a few days ago J C Kinuiml and wife of Omaha Neb aro visiting relatives in Boron Roger anti Cuvior Earlyof Lexington are visiting at Dr Switzers Ida and Harry Morgan have returned from their visit to Boonestoro Mrs Susie T White of Athens Tenn is visiting Berea relatives and friendsHoward Clark left Tuesday for St Louis whore he will join his brothel Francis Roy H M Shousos parents and sister of Versailles aro visiting at his homo Mrs H B Hawkins of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs T C Witt of KingstonMrs Morgan of Hamilton Ohio is visiting her mother Mrs Sallie Burns Dr M E Jones the dentist if again in town after a ten days stay in LivingstonC and wife have moved to Clover Bottom cabin on Jackson Street Prof and Mrs C A King went Thursday to Robes Mountain for a two weeks outing Milton Miller and Chester Erwin spent Sunday and Monday visiting friends in Louisville Mrs L Whyland a sister of Tutor C D Lewis is teaching tho Todd school northwest of town Misses Grace Lester and Editha Spoor leave today for a six weeks stayat Chautauqua N Y Mrs Sara L Hoag returned Fri day from a visit at Humboldt and Pawnee Neb and tho Worlds Fair Mrs Tou Velio of Celina Ohio arrived Monday to make her homo with her daughter Mrs C L Han sonMiss Louise Yocum left Wednes day for a two weeks visit with her cousins anti other friends in Cincin nati Miss Anna Gross who has been visiting at the home of S L Clark left Wednesday noon for her home in EastMr W Baldwin of New York City was a guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss Susio C Witt in KingstonMiss 0 Hall of Maysvillo and Mr Dan H Breck of Richmond were married Juno 26at tho home of the brides parents Mrs J W Stevens tendered a reception Saturday in honor of her nieces Misses Mary Catherine and Julia White of Richmond THE CITIZEN made an error last week in stating that Miss Emma Haagen would teach school at Locust Branch Sho will teach near Wnl lacetonIn to arrest Wesley lsa negro from Cartorsvillo Bert Lunsford was shot and seriously wounded Tuesday night about 8 oclock near Winklors store west of town Woods and Tom Allen a white man also from Cartorsvillo were drunk and had been making a disturbance near Welchs store Allen was taken into custody but Woods resisted arrest and shot tho officer After tho shooting ho escap ed and is still at largo Mr Luns fords wound while serious is not considered dangerous Auction Salo at Coylos every Saturday Are You Sore Sore Feet Sore Muscles Sore Joints Rheumatism Swellings and all inflammations are quickly relieved and cured by the free use of Para a safe reliable home remedy Guaranteed to Jo what is claimed for it or money refunded What U TKETHIKA Well this A taawler powder that will kIll From baby the lever glow That teethang always brings you know TEETBINA Overcomes and Counteracts the Effects of Summers Heat Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowel Gives roar cheeks health sad happiness to babies II z1t11I 11IhlIhlHl1IMi H Note From President Frost To My Keren Friends In starting for a two months absence for rest I desire to speak a word of farewell and affection tp my fellow workers fellow citizens that fellow students of tho Berea household ant to ask their prayers that I may be strengthened and guided In the trials to which wo are sub jected this year I have suffered perhaps snore than my neightors have realized It is my first prayer that Berei College may HO hoar itself as to keel that Divine favor which has pros pored it in tho past I have not beet a frequent visitor to your rooms am houses but my anxieties have beoi called out for all Tho families which have moved to Borea for tho alum tion of their childrcntho white fain ilies and the colored familieshavt my constant sympathy and no lost tho families far away who havo soul their sons and daughters to us And I have appreciated tho good conducl of our students and tho friendship many citizens During the twelve years of my res idenco in Berea I have kept in mind tho aim declared in my first sermon HI am hero to hasten tho time when every child shall be in dayschool and in Sundayschool and when every homo shall contain a shelf of books and some instrument of music In this cause I have expended all my means and time and I como to my fiftieth year with wry little health or strength loft I greatly desire to live long enough to bring Berea through its prsent crisis and to make up to those who suffer in our present persecutions all that they aro losing I greatly desiro to bless Ken tucky by promoting tho virtues whoso names are cilt on tho corner stone of BnildingImlustrI friend has been moved to give me the money for this sea voyage and I ask the prayers of all the cabin dwellers of tho stato that I may rev turn strengthened to labor in their behalf Death to Chiggers Every one knows who boos camping that Chiggers aro annoying and pain ful Paracamph not only relieves the chigger bite but kiljs the chigger Apply it freely ru well It will give immediate relief so take a bottle Jong with yo- uCollege Items HERE AND THERE 1+1111 1111 I 11 I I 11+11 I I I Wm Tosh was in Richmond Sat irday Miss Bertio Adams went to Cincinnati Monday to work Miss Sallio Chrismau of Cincinnati- is visiting Borea friends Dr G A Hubtoll is expected to eturn from St Louis Saturday W H Morse will leave in a day or two for his homo in Corning N Y Word has leon received from Uluffton 0 that Mrs W W Weaver is much bettor Claude DoBauu returned Thursday from a visit with Dr and Mrs Uoark in Lexington Miss Editha L Spoor gave a faro well flinch party at tho Nichols louse Monday night EllistSealo Harry Kinnard II M Ernst and tho Frost boys are staying at 1348 Aubert Ave St Louis Venion Whyland of Eubanks ulaski County is working on tho Impel and will bo in school tho com ng fall Walter B Robo has a good post ion as engineer and electrician with tho Portsmouth Ohio Electric Rail road Co- Ottio R McNutt a student heroin 1001 is with a firm of contracting carpenters in New Brighton Pa his address is 020 10th Avo Mr J A Oilman of tho engineering firm of R D Kimball Co of Boston Mass is hero doing tho ingiueoring workon tho water works system Prof FE Mathcny and wife are studying at Chicago University this summer Mr Matheny is Superintendent of schools at Casper Wyo and recently received an advance in sal try of f300 per year The Laramio iiepublican of Juno 1 gave an account of an address which Prof Matheny delivered before tho student odyof tho University of Denver on homes in Homespun Tho address attracted so much attention that ho was asked to repeat it twice after ward before largo audiences Colored Teacher Wanted Write to John W Tnulbee County Superintendent Wolfe County Daysboro Xy Prevention of Typhoid Fever Continued from paw one enee of most physicians in nctiv practiceBased upon tho teachings of foregoing facts tho following rules have been prepared with care for tin guidance of all persons interested in their own anti tho public health 1 When it is known or suspects that a person has typhoid fever ho should IK placed in a largo wel ventilated room with tho window and n1l wollflcIltJnlll and sucl preparation should to made from tlw first tiny for tho thorough am systematic disinfection of all this charges fAJIU the towels and kidney as will protect other monitors of tin family the attendants fwd the com munity 2 A solution of chloride of lime eight ounces to tho gallon of water should bo provided in quantity ant a quart of this should to put in tin bed pan or vessel each time before it receives the discharges and should ho well stirred and allowed to stand in tho voftsul at least an hour tofort it is buried An equivalent solutiot of croolin or a thick vhitovanl undo from tho fresh quicklime lI1ay to used in tho same waywhoa tin chloride of lime can not IK obtained limit with these at least two hours will IKJ required to complete tho die infection 3 Soiled bet or lady linen shoulil remain in tho chloride of limo solu tion for an hour and may then be safely put in tho family wash Soiled paper or clothes used umlaut time patient should to immediately burn ed Attendants should wash the hands frequently fund tho lips and rinso tho mouth always before eating No one shoullllartako of any food which sickroom All of these precautions should to continued until tho recovery is vomit photo and until all diarrhea has eased 4 Typhoid fever is not contagions in tho souse commonly understood ail ifthe precautions above indicated ire faithfully and intelligently car ied out a case may to treated in miy family or community with jwrfect safety If others havo the disease it will to because they were infected rom tho same source as the patient tr contracted it elsewhere The same precautions should to observed in dysentery anti all other diarrheal diseases including summer complaint in children 5 All well water and unfiltcrcd water froth rivers draining inhabited acres whore typhoid fever anil liar heal disens 8 are likely to occur at my time and milk stored in cans or ressols washed in such water should w looked upon as suspicions and should always to boiled before it is trunk by any ono not immune from yphoid fever In the absence of a reliable filtered public water supply carefully collected and proporly stored cistern water is safest 0 The windows and doors of nil Iwelling houses and especially of lime kitchen and dining room should always to well screened and tho flies actually kept out Unless thA- is done a carelessly managed case of yphoid fever or other diarrheul dis ease even a mile or moro awaymay to a sourco of danger on account of lies As mosquitoes are now known to to tho carriers of malaria tho alma precautions will protect front hispoison also Tho universal and effectual practice if these precautions would require intelligent cure and sonic exH iiBC hut would result in tho practical dis ippcaranco of one of our most common and fatal domestic pestilences which is not onla disgrace to our tivilization but an annual scourge mil tax upon tho people of Kentucky in comparison with which yellow rover and cholera plague and other exotic diseases so feared by our jeoplo sink into insignificance Soldiers Picnic Tho fifth annual picnic under tho auspices of Capt Jas West post O- A R was hold yesterday at the us mal place time grounds of Prof JV Dodge Veterans of the civil war and widows of such with their amilicH began to assemble under tbo treks at an early hour After several hours enjoyable visit ng tho bountifully laden tables wore lurroundod by about 00 persons after dinner tho comrades had an exercise in military drill under command of Liout L C Duncan Tho meats wore then arranged in tho hado and Commander M B Ramsey called the crowd to order Mrs fury Ddogo gave an address of wol Tome anti Prof Dodgo gave a BOIIIO vhat extended humorous and patriotic address Talks of varying lengths ipon army experience and other opics wore given by Comrades Kelly Pettiford Gubtort and Crawford Prof E G Dodge and others Forty comrades and ten soldiers vidqws wore in attendance All ironounced it a groat occasion For a lazy liver try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They nvigorate the liver aid the digestion pleventbiliousYelch Jr Druggist Quarterly Report of The Berea Banking CompanyI AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TIm 30th DAY OF JUNE 1904 Loans mid discounts 573 Hl5 21 2 Overdrafts secured it Overdrafts uiiHocunnl t Duo from National Hanks S 21 003 OH 5 Duo from State Ranks and Hankers 6 Duo front Trust Com panies S 7 Banking House and Lot 8 Othnr Itnal Estate 9 Mortgngoi 10 US Bonds 11 Other Stocks and Bonds 12 Spocio fl 820 IH 13 Currency 2 102 00 8 22 45 14 Exchange for Clearings 15 Other Items carried as Cash Hi Furniture and Fixtures 2 710 41 17 Fund to pay Taxes IS Current Expensea L- astQuarter5 1 09591 S GivedpAciiptinn location value and how long owned all real estate ox capt banking house and lot if any owned longer than fire years e ti TotnlSIOI9J6 69 andsworn to In mo 1ortnr of 1901 E T FISH Kentucky no colored to n 1 paid in in casiiS15 000 00 2 Surllus 1 00000 1 8 Undivided Profits 1 W 4 Dun Depositors viz 38JDopollishUhjcCt to chock on which is llthlftll 811 17 Deposits to on which intorost is pailltDemand CrlifioatM do Mwiits on which inter tot is paid Time cortilicatos do Ji on which rotor oat is paid 11 00- Savings deponitH on paidCertified 73 811 17 n Duo National Banks 6 Dun State Hanks and HankorH 7 Duo Companion 8 Chocks outstanding 1 021 14 9 Hills rwtlimoiinUMl 10 Unpaid 11 Taxon dun and unpaid 12 Capital Stock paid HUlMM 1MlI NTARYIlRlirft mount ol Imlrblitliirwi nl any torkliiililrr ixini ray nr rm timid ndluR In the lUU III rtnqtny or dun I e Ilollllroltucliii1lvliliilnirmbrra thrrrol illnvlljr or Imllmtly If urh Imlrlilnliirm firiTnU vr mil 1I1111A111 k rlutllf rid In and mount of tli Unk f Noue 3 How Itiilrlititllina Ulnt In writI4rtlnIIhlKelilurky511 t 3 Illitlmt inoiinl ol lmlrliliiliuv ally illrrctor or oQUvr II mount ol lurh liiilrlilr liin rZMrtt lu Ilft rut ol i bbl Ui mpllftl ilork ol Lurk Moue Is actlon rta lrutarly tlllj 4 llovr U MIIII Mvunil 6 INn mount ol linlrllmlitru ol sill rtant rnimunir or linn Inv rluJliiK In the ol the rumiwnjr or flnii the ol liullTlilutl thrmill real wr rrnl nplul mini Mtiul ntryha No II to M ti tniiiint ol lurh Imlrb- tnliirxi 6 Amount of U t illTllrn1 1111 7 nil rJi iiKrt t and tare iliiluilH lvtort tlrrUrliiK illrl lrn l a1 MM lc Hull rat rrnL ol pruntiol the tent fur Hie prrlixl iiitrnil She i irln i to thin inrplin fund MMillvt dead 111 Bra 8rrtlonMi KmtuckftI- 1TotRlflOl 936 09 f STATE OF KENTUCKY lllSIiCounty of Madison W IL tor CaMiior of lime Banking Co a tank located and doing buninom in Town of Born lu said county wing duly sworn that time for go5ng report in in nil nwpocts a trim KUti tneiit of time condition of the said lank at time close of humnoMi on 10th day of June 1101 to the itwt of Lila knowllllge and belief amid furthnr says that time IHIHWBHS of rinkl hank has Ixwu transHctnl at the location named and nlflwhorn andIthat the above report is mado in compliance with an omcinl notice received from tho Secretary of Slate dmlguating tho 0tli day of JIIIIP 1101 as the flay on which such report hall be matin SIIIwrilltll foro by the nth day July Notary Public not lurpliitln Sniff aadnianl not W H PORTER J J Moose J HiRnirrrc OlUlllleriJ E JOHNSON 16 FREE Scholarships THE CITIZEN will pay the tuition in Borea College for two torms of ono young man and ono young woman from each of the following CountioH Clay Entill Jackson Lee MailiHon Owsloy PnliHki and Hockcastlo Those sixteen young ieoplo will to selected by time people of their own County who bike TilE CITIZEN Wo will print Ballot which appears below each week from now until Dccctntor 1st This should to filled out with tho naiius nnd addresses of till young man and young woman in your County to whom you wish scholarHhijM to IK given These ballots when ncelml at Tile CITIZEN oflico count ono each for tho young roan and young woman whoso naniM are written on them In addition to this each person who days for a years subscription to THE CITIZEN willroo ceive a blank entitling them to ono hundred votes for each if their favorite candidates 0 months 50 votes for each 3 months 2Otlll for each Tho young man and young woman in eachof tho eight Counties iiitinwl atovo who the largest number of votes will hart their tuition paid by THE CITIZEN for two torms in Heron f College which will save each ono from 800 to 1400 in cash The only IIXKMIHO to which they will to put is for hoard and room and good Ixxird and rooms tau to had cheaper in Boron than at any other JJrsl cM8 school in Kentucky Boron College will ho bigger and totter than over tho coming year nod if you or any of your friends mine planning to attend school tnywliere it will uiy you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybodys START NOW Cut this out fill in with names of your favorites and mall to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On account of recent action of time Leg filature Boron College can receive students tho coming your therefore this offer is open only white contestants Capital Stock Fund follows interest not subject of posits BOO Trtwt Cashiers dividends rtiul adore ItolMlltr mrinbrr 111111 lntrrr Ihrrrlnun lirl lijr ldrnl brlonp Im Hcroa thn the tho receive tho VtIof pclton lO r county ua the mOlt popular yomumg man unci for ttillS of poslotlice malty- iii time most popular young woman ECFrtiFROM ALL OVER THE STATE a y i7JtJ J97Jai 97TT 77J79 iA CONDITIONtStriking Figure In Kentucky Political Life Critically III Owcnton Ky June OThe friend rf Judge J K Cantrlll of Georgetown tho growing alarmed and fur tho first time tile truth beginning to leak oat regarding Ills condition Two weeks ago Judge Cnntrlll came here to make it speech In his canvass fur the nomination for appellate Judge liter the speech ho was seized with a partial stroke of paralysis hut It was thought tho attack was not serious Ho port 8 wore given out that ho would hf out In n tow days hut In tho two works that have passed there has been no itgn of Improvement and tho din VltiRiilthod patient is In too precarious n condition to ho removed to his home It te laid by one of his friend that be is paralysed from tho waist down and that thort Is serious doubts oa to nlttmalo recovery Judo Cantrlll Is ono of tho mot striking figure In Kentucky public 1life A nan of strung mentality ho Inn an agnrwulvo lighter in all roulette Into whlrh he has entered Ho In Orfeet I Inches tall and of stalk lug pjicnmnre As n young man ho wag cnptali under Gen Julia Mor i It 9Uofetlomt4 dwcntbn Ky JUII A statement regardful the precarious condition of Judge J IL CautrHlii health was great ly overdrawn and without entire foim ilnttoo In fact Cecil It Cnntrlll who her been with Ills father during the lattrrs Illness said Thursday that the Improvpnitnt In Judge Cantrllla con duties has brim steady nnd marked KENTUCKY MILLERS IThe State Association Met In Annual Convention UsrlBpioa Ky June JOTho Ken tucks Slate Mlllor association met In this cKy In annual session nail after n MiFMtfCful kteMnas mooting elected tM following ofJlwrirt President jMettk leconiip Ixtxlngton oleo t rmdto S P Korr Winchester ego reinrjr and treasurer J D Logan I tflaIbyvlllq The now hearth of dime ton Is made up as follows D M Jce1I Tarts J A Kane Voraalljaa 4ll Staring nuhmond Cliff An 4i CMfl IanvUlti Co al Iojrljs ItBrrrltag SI J Konnody Carlisle Curl OeJtnor RmlHotKo PUBLICLY WHIPPED V ung Offender Given tSO Licks on the y r t public Square JunoLoxligton Ky 20John Wwl 14 WAR before Judge Itlloy in tM poHce court Tuesday morning CUr with destroying private prop erty Bring too young to send to the workhouse Judge Illloy ordered thatI bv bo given 60 licks In public on tho courthouse square Te boy was lout to the square by are policemen Ills father and broth khingihnil been finished the boy was scarce ly able to walk Tho affair was wit nested by a largo crowd The C A O Franchise Kramkfbrf I July IThl stain lioardOf valuation and assossmonthaB completed the assessment of the C ofIOna1L55150tI TTy Letter July IJullge M I 4M Cassidy who has been confined to bid for more thanclght weeks past and believing that he can survive a Ton more days lies caused a farewell amIIIMra McKenzie Condition Serious Or cn Ky Juno 30 lire JaHij home In Christian county was too ill a toaccpmpany the remains to this city Mrs McKcnzlos condition Is regarded v Pgrine FromAmbush IfnTaylorsvillc Ky Juno lOLonnlo on a young farmer was shot by unknown person while driving near Fairfield Itll said that five shots aboveiabout two Inches Ho will recover His House Was Dynamited Wllllamshurg Ky July ITllo rca idence of u rroll Smith at Corbin was dynamited Considerable damage was dotiQto tho bulldjng hut nO ono was l hurt Smith hail been marshal thero until this week nni had Incurred tho ill will of many To Change the Location IxMiisvllle Ky July 1Tile true tees of tho IuIsvlle Industrial school of reform have planned to sell tho present property as building lots as goon as a suitable location for tho t school has been selected farther In tho country The Post Office Robbed Lexington Ky July 1Tho post of flctt at Livingston was robbed Tha safe waa blown open with nltroglyccr In apd a lot of stamps postal cards and 300 In money were secured by the tblcvca t DETECTIVES AFTER KIM Alleged He Stole Wife Children Steal and the Dog Owlugflvllle Ky July 1DNoctlVf lAwls Johnson of Ixjxlngton has gone to Ozark Ark to bring fo Kcntitrkj A C Jones wanted In Carlisle neat here Although horse stealing Is the charge against him he In also accused by Iom Anderson of Carlisle of steal- Ing Andersons wife children livestock and In fact everything oven In eluding an old dogthat served the tam fly faithfully for 1C years In addition to his rote as an olllcei Detective Johnson went to Ozark foe Anderson to persuade his wife and children to come home Hcitilaltlon papers for tho return ol Jones were Issued by Oor Hccldinn Tuesday and no trouble Is expected in having them honored by the govern or of Arkansas troubloM commenced In May when he went to the mountain on business He owns two farms ont near Carlisle and one near Mt Ster ling When ho returned to Nlcholai county he expected to he received with Open arms hy hls wife and children ahlllhOIl1wanted to chargu Jones with 111I stealing hut na be could find no 13 tn cover that offense he contented honest with tho charge of hors steal lage THE GOEBEL MONUMENT The Final Inspection of the Sculptors Work On It I xliiKlon Ky June OTire 001I brl numuraeut commlnlon will bo call oil horo tide weak to pale upon the work of Signor Morntttl Ute Italian ciitptor He has remodeled the flu err of the martyred statiwinan accord- Ing to the nrrvral suggestions mode and he will have It ready for examination Thursday local admirers at the late democratic loader say that It now orlrlnallIlnlhart cost which has now given place to a seek coat such as Uoobul used to wesr This change was made upon the suKcmllou of Arthur Goebul A YEARS RECEIPTS InternalReport of the Revenue Department or the Fifth District I iiilnvlllt Ky July lIh total re ceipts of the Internal revenue depart mart of the lUll district for the fiscal tar ending Thursday shows an crease of over 500HHi over last year despite the decrease of the tobacco tax Tune total was 120tSCIC98 Lost yeara receipts were 11439053 or In exact figures J659C9S4I leas than this year Tho principal receipts were Whisky 934l9i53r7 beer 32401000 cigars 13179521 tobacco 211604702 Refuses to Extend the Time Versailles Iy June 2EThe Wood ford fiscal court declined to consider an application from President John C Noel of the Frankfurt Versailles Traction Co for another extension of time In which to begin the construe tion of the electric railway from Ver sailles to Frankfurt New Bank at Owensboro Owensboro Ky June 29 Articles IncoriKiratliifr the Fourth Street Do posit bank were tiled In the county clnrks olllcc Tho capital stock was placed at 15000 all of which has been subscribed John J McHenry of Louisville is one of the largest stock holders State Board of Equalization Frankfurt Ky July LThe stato board of equalization Thursday fixed the total value of property In the state for purposes of taxation at 6I674 205 an Increase over 1903 of USOI 210 The total tax to be collected It 318372102 u Death of William Foster Sr Hartford Ky July 1Wllllan Fri tcr sr one of Ohio countys oldest and most respdctufl tItbelts Ib Mad at the residence of hut daughter Mrs D Bennett Hartford of troubles Incident to old age He was the fa ther of a larva family Killing Was Accidental London Ky June lONeur Pitta burg In this county John Davis shot and killed Henry Conking Davie came to London and gave himself up and is now In jail Ho claims the killing was accidental A Judgment For 00000 Ellzabcthtown Ky July 1ThoI Kentucky Heating Co obtained n judgment for 60000 against tho Louisville Gas Co nail others In the partnership suit or encroaching upon Its gas fluids In Mead county The Kentucky Delegation Frankfort Ky July 1Thp Ken tucky delegation to the SL Louis con vention will go over the LoulsVlllo Henderson St Louis railway leav lag Louisville Monday night In com pony with Mayor Grainger of Louis ville Drank Corrosive Sublimate Solution Lancaster Ky July 1lan Collier Klkln the only aon of Mr and Mrs Robert L Elkin of this city narrowly escaped death by drinking through mistake from a koala a 10 lutlon of corrosive sublimate JAPS CAPTURE FORTS Succeeded in Tnkinsr Three Near Port Arthur Severe Fighting Took Place at KalI Chau Which Resulted In the Capture of That Place By the Japs London Juno 30The Toklo corre spondent of the Dally Telegraph says that srvcre fighting took place at Kal Chau on Juno 25 which resulted in tho capture of that place on the morning of Juno 26 St Petersburg Juno OThe In tense anxiety to receive news from Port Arthur was heightened Wednes day morning by receipt of a dispatch from Toklo stating that the Japanese lead succeeded In capturing three ol the forts of the naval base and weir making the final assault upon the city IJmo Yang June lIt Is unofll chilly stated that the hessian licit t put out from Port Arthur several days age and encountered the Japanese fleet In the ensuing engagements between tho two fleets three ship were lost No details of the engage uncut however are available hereICronotadt June 30The Ilusslan battleship Novarln while returning t3 her anchorage Wednesday was ram med by tho Ilusslan Ironclad Nctron alllidshilisI toIthat the period required for repairing the battleship will not bo a long ono oelo July 1The Russian Vladi vostok squadron accompanied by torpedo boats appeared ott Gen San on tho east coast of Karen Thursday Torpedo boats entered GenSan ImrUor at 6SO In the morning sU lled the settlement and sunk a small schooner The torpedo boats left tae harbor at 710 A total of 200 shells was flvJ Into the settlement but no nrlqis damage resulted The Russian vessels which look pArt In the bombardmont of Gon San word the cruisers Itossla Gromobol and Hu rlk and nine torpedo boats later reports show the vessels when hey left Gun San steamed to the noith They were seen however tn rturn from this direction They were Jost 1 ght of at 1030 In the morning St Petersburg July Although nothing has boon received Ly oho ad miralty from Adm Skrydlotf confirm tag the reports that the Russian Vladi vostok squadron had sunk Japanese vosfiels at Gon San there Is no dispo sition to doubt the correctness of tha newsSt Petersburg July TaJegrams from Taklo relating the rrpturp of forts forming part of the Menses of Port Arthur do not agree whh Infor mation received at the war cHlc nor with the report of Gen Stoessel which Indicate that the siege operations aro proceeding very slowly Ilea y guns have not been brought In range of than works at Port Arthur Vladivostok July IIteporli from the nUl8la detachments operlItoK n Northern Korea have Just been rrcaiv- ed Couriers bringing them vcre delayed by tho bad roads The dis patches show that a Russia forco reached GenSan June 5 and engaged the Japanese Inflicting loasiM Jtjn San waa then hold by 1200 Japanese Infantry with artillery nail 400 Korean soldiers The Korean soldiers are ill disposed towards the Japanese Two artlllleryIons Toklo July J1 report received from Gen Oku says that after tho lighting at Tellssu Vafangow qn Juno 15 he burled 1854 Russians Tba trophies taken by the Japanese at hits engagement consisted of 16 guns 4tt wagons 95S rifles and other things DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Some of the Western Delegates Have Arrived In St Louis St Louis July ISome western delegates to tho democratic national convention arrived Thursday but aside from their Individual opinions they had no knowledge of what was going to be dono when the democratic national convention meets next weci- cErgtythingaeems to await tho arrival thlttheronn Interest in natlonalTonvention Senator Fred T Dubois of Idaho came Thursday evening and when ask ed what he thought of tho presidential outlook said ho saw nothing but Par her Who will they nominate after they have beaten Parker ho asked Would It bo Cleveland he con tinned Why there Is more than a third oC the convention that will stay hero until the election before allowing the nomination of Cleveland An attempt to nominate Cleveland will throw this convention Into the hands of Bryan Tho convention will floral nate Parker because they have no other man to nominate Bulgarian Atrocities Constantinople July 1 According to a report received hero from Serrea European Turkey a Bulgarian band In the village of Djlgorovo murdered a Greek notable burned his family alive and disemboweled two of his aelgU bars Populists Select Delegates Vas Moines la July L=Tho state populist convention met hero and occted 21 delegates to the national convention at Springfield 111 Instruct ed to vota for exCongressman Wellon for vice presfdent SO QU2ER Tt seen oo very queer to m That when I am In blI trawl over all the lund About Vhlch have read I see great clues full of men And ntninKc and lovely thin Tall animals with itrlp sand riots And biN with pallitrcl winK And oh ao fast I trove too I cant tell how I In foreign countries far apart Im there before know yet In the morning when I wake- I have not moved my head But on my pillow ll ay snug As when I went to Led Vltrlla Cockf In Woman Home Companion BIG DOG ATTENDS SCHOOL Tollows His Little Master Every Day II In Spite of Objections Made by ills Teacher Whoever beard of a dog going to school In PawtucKct R I there Is a dog that bas been attending school for a couple of years His name U Prince Turner He goes to one of the grammar school Ho is a Newfoundland doa big heavy Ilobut his manners and hl8I dlsposltior are perfectly gentle Does be break the ruses Not al- often as his boy companions do In deed his deportment grade Is very highPrince Turner belongs to a little buy whoso name Is Willie Turner and when bo first began bringing Prince to school the teacher objected Uut her objections did no good for Prince was determined to come with his little master For a little while he was as awkward AS a butt in a china shop the Isles were so narrow that sometimes be hud a tight squeeze to get through And then In Ms good humor ho would switch his tall back and forth which sometimes gave the children nISmart slap in their faces After a bit however he learned how to get along very nicely in the schoolroom Princes regular place In the room Is an open space In front of the teachers desk Occasionally he rises and moves quietly about the room stopping now and then to let tome boy or girl give him a pat and a hug At rceri time In the morning and in the aftcrroon he rises and marches out with the children and takes his recreation with them and then marches One nay however Prince had a little errand to attend to at recess time and wandered farther away from the school yard than he expected to When the bell rang at the chore of recess he did not hear It The teacher noticed that prince was not In line so she opened the window and rang the bell a second time This time Prince heard It and trotted straight back to the yard and found his pface In the line One time his master had misbehaved and was sent to the principal to be pun ished Prince somehow seemed to realize that his roaster was In trouble so what did he do but march into the prin cipals roomthe door had been left openplant himself beside his master sad look dangerous The principal did not dare to punish the boy until the dog had been removed Perhaps some of you boys wish you had a dog around to protect you when you have misbehaved and are going to be punished Prince would like to go to Sunday school but the superintendent has not yet made up his mind that it would do to let a big dog In So the poor fellow has to watt at the door until Sunday school Is over and Willie comes out Chicago Inter Ocean advantage John Dixon of Shlloh N J has built himself a house wagon ani or wagon u ft alutloa of Uii dlflUulty Afui INSECTS THAT MAKE BURS Something About the Cunningly Con strutted Home of R Fly Known as Bhodltcs Eglnntlna Of course you do not expect to see chestnut burs on a wild rose bush but occasionally It you arc an observant buy or girl you will discover some big round green growth surrounding the stall of the fragrant sweet briar that on account of their deuce covering of spiny prickles look very much like burs But Inside you will find that theI resemblance ceases for instead a shining trio of fat brown nuts you will find a series of compact little Cells wherein are curled up each mite In a com partment of Its own a number of small white larvae They secure a sufficient amount of nourishment from the walls of their tiny chambers which are com posed of succulent matter Now when you have discovered that this funny growth Is not the fruit of the sweetsmelling pink rose you will be terested in It as a cunningly constructed home of a small Insect family In the beginning the parent fly punctures the sharp horned stalk of the plant and oviposits numerous wee eggs Vcr A SWEBT IIIlIAIt CHESTNUT soon a great green swelling appears the result of a drop of a toniclike fluid de posited with the eggs and aided in its action by the plants restorative vitality Dehlnd these secure walls the minute eggs hatch Into small wormlike larvae but It Is usually quite summer before the perfect Insect called Rhodltes eglantine conies out as a winged fly This little cerature Is extremely hand some In appearance with gleaming me tallicgreen head iridbscent roseand pea cock blue body and wee amber legs Its wings show many bright colors like the surface of a soap bubble and the little fellow looks like a rich Jewel as It tilts This brood tinue their gentle Inoffensive life story If you gather a few of these galls and put thorn In a box not quite air tight you will probably soon have a little family of iridescent flies that will dart about In search of their favorite food plant If you are quite humane you will place a drop of water where they can drink from It then give them their liberty wild things love to go free and little Illes are without harm Keld In American Agriculturist Elsie Explains Her Drawing A Milwaukee kindergarten teach1 bor one of the children came forward composition of the picture cODslstedI of three rude buckets der the crude representation of a well and a series of dots and spots made with the point of a pencil What is this asked the teacher pointing to tie Brat pall That said the young artist Is the old oaken bucket The next Is the Iron bound bucket the last ones the mosscoveted bucket anC this Is the well And what are these dots Oh you know Theyre the spots that my Infancy knew An Immense Circular Saw The largest circular saw In tho world has just been made In Philadelphia It Is seven feet four inches In diameter and will be used to cut pine stumps into shingle bolts t His With Him IIN liPIto hiIberDate theseI IIIlustratln deIIIKhlfully Takes House aljourneyman working all day In a cold damp house he ib glad to get back to hla cozy quarters In the wagon which has a fire a stove a comfortable bed and all the comforts cf home Ho figures that since taking up his abode la the movable borne he has saved enough In tttra wages to pay lot u Triumphs of Modern Surgory Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs are taken out and scrapedand polished and put back or they may be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take thn place of diseased sections of veins toIjuries before inflammation sets in whichcaUses them to heal without maturation and in onethird the time required by the old treatment Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and andIFor sale by S E Welch Jr Drug gist LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 11904 Doing Xorttt Train 4 Dally Leave Beret 348 a m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrive Paris 528am Arrive CineinnatL7 50 a m Oolnij North = 31 K Trnln a Ilallf Leave Berea1255 p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 pm Going South Train t Dally Leave Br al11 p m Arrive Livingston2O p in IOoln South Train 3 Dally Leave Bereall 21 p m Arrive Livingston12 30 am Train No 1 and No 5 make connection at Livingston for Jellico and he South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be un equaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctoredall the tine without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery anda few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by tb East End Drug Co Druggist ISO IIAnrona tending a sketch end description teal qnlcklr ucartaln our opinion an Invention probsbtfp atentab e Comratmlat tkMi irtctlrconOdiDt IlsndbootonPet nt sent tree Uldt envy for ecart pMnta eo rceliS- pecialnolkawltboutcaSarxoint o Scientific fltuericait bandomely IlinttntM wally ranatgq mutton or anr rt nt8o JmL ellnewsdhIVNN 21Branch canoe g aNaahigeoa Worst of All ExporlbncoB Can anything be worse than to feat that every minute will be your laatf Suchwas tho experience of Mrs So H Newson Decatur AIuPOil three years she writosell endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I wee induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electrfo Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggist BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS ft S MOODIBK FBOPRIETO I have 55 sets of tombstones and monuments Prices range from 10 to50 in marble in granite 140 to 160 I sell White Vermont Marble Only All clouds marble is cheap and will soon fade as it is polished with putty and acid besides it is hard to read the inscriptions on cloudy stoae All 2 to I days Write for designs and price- S McGUIRE Bens ICetttlelij Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pubnshed unleu slgoed in lull by the writer The DAme U not for pnbaatlos but as II eridellce of good faith Write plainly iI1 I I I I I I I I IJ I 11111111 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE July tBorn to Mr and Mrs Anther Guinn Juno 27 a tenBoun- dboyMr Mrs Isaac Martin and baby aud Gohlio visited Mr and Mrs J W Lambert SundayMrs- Mary Singleton who has been visit ing her sister at Springplaee Ga since March is with friends at this place nbrainB J Watson and family visited B L Poyntcr and wife SundayJfrs Sarah Dobbs died at her homo on Scaffold Cane June 20Rev J W Lambert and son went to Berea Saturday Men dames Susan and Ida Wren visited Mrs Etta Lambert Friday Evan liicliardsonH saw mill is now ready to run ROCKFORD July 4Sorvicell were held at tho now Scaffold Cano church Saturday and Sunday with one addition Quite a crowd visited at Will Liii villcfl Sunday evening among them were Coly Ogg and family Will Ogg and family J W Todd and family and Miss Ray AllnlnuT C Viars and daughter Beulah went to Berea SaturdayJACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP July 4L T Morris found a lee tree MondayJ Lakes and wife visited L T Morris Saturday and Sunday James Lunsford of tiered visited W S Brockman this week John Brockman sold his bark to Abrams and SonsJ F Marcum will teach the school in tho Hellard District Frank Hellard is Preparing to build a water mill at the Wyatt stand on Clover Bottom Aaron Powell of Kerby Knob paid Frank Hellard a flying visit Saturday The telephone is completed to McKee James Marcum and fatally and J It Norris and family took dinner with Jacob Hellard July 3G W Hel lard visited F B Martin Sunday MCKEE July 2John Mooro living near McKee was killed Saturday morning by John Morris There was no eye witness to tho killing and Morris claims the killing was in selfdefense Morris is a cousin to Moores wife Miss Mary Baker is visiting James EngleTho McKee ooneillo tele phone line has been completed from Berea to McKee Mrs W II Clark is visiting her brother at Stanford Mrs Lou Reynolds has been appoint ed postmaster at tliigplnccThos Clark formerly of McKee who has been making his homo in California for tho last six years returned hero 4vith his fatally two weeks ago and died a few days afterward of stomach trouble OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON July lGillus Barnett who was shot by a man named Bowling some five days ago is dcm1Tho funeral of Roy C W Hamilton was preach SundayWBdayGeorgo Pearsons boy while carelessly handling a loaded gun accidently slot and killed his fourI year old sister Tho 0 K Lumber Co is finishing its tram road and will soon be ready for hauling Wo are glad to announce tho marriago of P M Frye which will occur in tho near futureU S Marshal Mays captured moonshine still on Wild Dog a few days agoBenton Peters was on Station Camp last week Conklingisstructing her daughter in music Born to tho wife of Win Nedabouncing IOyilnt McCollum has purchased tho Ball Peters photo gallery and will operate itat Conk lingJohn Bowman was in Hoidlo burg last week Georgo Carrell is splitting cord wood for D B Moore Tho schools of our county will begin the llth instTho institute convenes tho 18th CONKLINO Juno 27Thomas Minter visited friends on White Oak Sunday While tho congregation at Macedonia wore listening to tho sermon light cuing struck a rock in tho creek and killed two mules belonging to John Roberts two mares and one colt bo longing to II II Legg and five hogs belonging to Walker Gay Tho people in church worn badly shocked and n woman in a nearby house was shocked senseless hut soon recovered Emma Miiitor and others visited friends at East View Saturday and Sunday Tho church at Macedonia celebrated the Lords Supper and foot washing Sunday Robert Wilson visited friends hero Juno 20 Corn can hardly bo bought hero for 8conts per buslwM A Wilson ooyIt I 11 I 1II1Ititltlti1Itt July 1 Your corresjxmdent in a twentyfive mile ride failed to see n single weedy field of OrnIlora Sealo gave a social to a few of her friends Saturday night Miss Dalton of Laurel is visiting relatives at this plaltJS A Gabbard visited 6n White Oak last Saturday and Sun day Arch Seale visited on Doo creek Sundayiary Baker and Ida Mc Collum commenced teaching July 1 Flora Seale will teach the Spivy school Rev J W Anderson was on Station Camp last weekS V Rob erts it visiting friends lare Hamilton Taylor visited Miss Lucy Holcomb Sunday Dr Green Bowles of Jack son county made n business trip through here last week MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS July 2Mr and Mrs O T Carr of Payola visited John Powell mid family Saturday Born to Mr and Mrs Charlie Smith a girlSlrs Maggie Hudson visited at Bird Lains Slouchy1V C Winkler was in Richmond ThursdayMrs Gee Young timid daughters visited at Owen Lakes SundayStiss Sallie Young left Sunday to visit her sister in Cincinnati Miss Lull ie Lain is slowly improving Mrs J C Powell is visiting in Jackson county John Sandlin and wife and George Sparks family have returned from a visit at Valley View PEYTONTOWN July 2Shed Martin is very ill Thomas Bansley and wife are visiting Mr and Mrs Gee Bausloy Misses Mary Broaddus Mary Williams and Alumna Rice of Rich mond attended meeting last week Rev I Miller S M Watts and Miss Nannie Miller are attending the good Samaritans conference in Rich mond this week Archie Miller re turned Sunday night from Cincinnati The eight lays meeting here last week was quitta success Collection 05 dollars Tho colored store vacated by Steve Taylor will bo occupied by John Gentry Rev G D Miller preached at Junction City Friday night and at Crab Orchard Sunday MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE July tJamlR Smith who has been confined to his Ixtlwith asthma is much letterGeo Routt baggage master at the C O depot who was stricken with paralysis Friday is sonic letter Miss Gertrude Keith who has been visiting Miss M F Whuley returned yesterday to her home in Dayton Ike batty who was injured by the explosion of a gasoline fire pot used by tumors is some betterEr and Mrs James Wood of Charleston W Va have n fine baby girl GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE July 4 Mesdames S T Green II Green J D Save mill others took in Dripping Springs Saturday Guy Rice and funnilyof Paint Lick and several others visited uncle Jack Hammack Sunelul M Carter who hUll been very low for several months is some better Hog cholera is still playing havoc in these parts A Popalur Diplomat No member of the diplomatic corps IB more popular In Washington than Is the Viscount de Chauibrun who Is especially Interesting to Americans because of hue American bIrth and the fact that be Is a great grandson of La fayette The viscounts father the late Marquis de Clwrnbrun wan for many years counselorof the French legation at Washington and the present attache was born there in 1872 Ills mother was granddaugh ter of General La fayette andan adopted citizen of the United States Viscount de Cham brun was married in February 1001 to Miss Longwortli lIe Knew lulu She George says be feels for you He He always says that after be fcas made a touch Yonkerg he- raldIIJPp0RT scorrs EMULSION larva bridge to carry the weakened alIstarved lyttem along until It can firm support In ordinary food Send for free Utopia SCOTT I nOWNE ChatnUU p4g 1cail Street New York joe and f 100 all dnmiitt THE CITIZEN KENTUCKY FLASHES PAROLED PRISONERS The Board of Prison Commissioners Acted on Several Cater Frankfort Ky July GIlho board of prison commissioners paroled the following prisoners Alson F Sapp sent up January 1899 for 15 years from Marlon county on a charge of murder Henry alias Swartzchlld of Jefferson sent up March 1903 for two years for forgery John Quinn of McCracken sent up April 1903 torI three years for robbery and McCain of Christian sent up April 1900 for obstructing a train Tho last two named were paroled on recom mendatlon of the prison physician who stated they were consumptives KILLED HIS FATHER He Claimed He Had Treated Hit Mother Badly Hopklnsvllle Ky July 6Mack Bern 28 of Paducah killed his father James Hern a barkeeper who had been divorced and married again The son took his mothers part Earlier in tho day they quarreled stud blows were exchanged At night young Hem walked Into tho saloon and ex claiming Papa you treated me bad fired a ball from a pistol into the fa thers abdomen Id kill two fathers If they talked about my mother Is tho explanation of his crime TO MAKE IT A CRIME Bill to Be Introduced Prohibiting Car- ryIng Concealed Weapons Louisville Ky July Aroused by tho fatal shooting of R Leo Suter a member of tho board of safety State Senator Lab an Phelps announced Tuesday that ho would Introduce a bill In tho next legislature making the car rying of concealed weapons in Ken tucky a penitentiary offense A Button Saved Hls Life Covington Ky July GAlbert 11 of West Covington was playing on the hills with some com panions when a stray 38 caliber bul let struck a photo button on hIs coat lapel breaking the button Into splin ters Tho ball glanced off and lodged In a tree close by He Lost His Thumb Sholbyvllle Ky July Glion Sam W Booker exmember of the Ken tucky legislature from Shelby county while repairing a binder on his farm caught the thumb of his left hand In a chain lacerating and crushing the member so that amputation was neces sary Earnings of the L efrN Road Louisville Ky July GTh stale mont of earnings issued Tuesday by the controller of tho Louisville Nashville railroad shows that the gross earnings of the road for the year ending July 1 were 36872245 an increaso over last year of f 1422 8C3 An Automobile Accident Louisville Ky July Abraham Levy a wealthy clothing manutactur er was perhaps fatally crushed and hIs son Hubert Levy suffered a broken collar bono In an automobile ac cadent near tho water works The au to slid on an ollsprlnkled street Judge Hargls Recovering Jackson Ky July 6County Judgo James Hargls has sufficiently recov ered from the Injury sustained from a fall from his horse to onablo him to hold tho examining trial of James Bar rett charged with horse stealing Bar rott was held under 1100 bond Judge Patterson Very III Campbellsvllle Ky July GCblUl Patterson Judgo of tho Eleventh ju dicial district came homo from his Green county court last Friday very sick and is now dying from heart and brain trouble Ills physicians say they look for tho end soon Going to the Pythlan Convention Newport Ky July GTho Third regiment K of Ps tho local uniform rank of tho order will bo accompan led by a firstclass band of 30 pieces when it invades Louisville for tho con vention of the grand lodge which be gins on August 17 Destroyed By Lightning Benton Ky July C Lightning struck the business houso of Charles- E Smith at Birmingham The build- Ing caught fire and it together with the contents were entirely destroyed The loss is between C000 and 8000 Residence Mysteriously Burned Covington Ky July GJho real dence of Peter Beers near Independ ence and the household effects were destroyed by fire Tuesday morning How the fire originated Is a mystery as the family were absent at the time A Mothers Despair Paducah Ky July GMolllo Coates driven to desperation because sho could not earn a living for three small children and by tho failure of a dl vorced husband to provide drowned herself In tho river Tuesday morning Will Welcome the Elks Newport Ky July 6 Newport ttsIweek of July 18 in Cincinnati Mt Sterling Ky July eWIII Ford and Harrison Gees colored in a general row at a Negro festival Monday night were shot and instantly killed in the dark by an unknown Negro w- hotlcapedlJl1d A CHANCE FOR YOU There is a good chinco for strong out willing young men to earn 11101103 for school expenses in Berets this foil by work on the Farm and in the Hriekyanl and at other work Thesc chances are only for micli as will ho hero in till hull Term lx ginning September 11 lull tho work must be engaged Ixforilmml For particulars address W C GAMIILE Secretary Ikrun Ky No emu or womnn in the stain will hesitate o speak W6l1 of ChnmborlninH Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying then they always produce n pleasant movmmnit of tho bowuN ini provo ho appHtite and ttrongthon tho digestion For sale by S E Welch Jrl Druggist Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To There are three different manlfrala lions of filrrplrssnevs First hardly to sloop n wink nil night second to lie awake a long tlmo before falling nulcep third to fall asleep aoon waking up after several hours and then find It hart to elect ngnln They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres somewhere In the brain cells somewhere In the blood vessels that carry Mood to tho brain something Is radically wrong and mud be righted or tho end may bo worse than death To right It take Dr stiles Nervine Some other symptoms of none trouble are Dizziness Headache Hack ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They Indicate diseases which may lend to Epilepsy Tits 8U Vltus Dance Nervous Prostration rnrnlysls Insanity Nothing will clvo such quick and tail Ing relief as Dr Mllea Nervine My husband Iced 1oen sick for weeks could not sit up to luivn his IKH rnmlc gtheneither sleep or roC Our baby girl was sent away and nil callers toRrI he cause he could not stand n bit of talk- Ing I read of a case of nervous urns tratlon cured by Dr Miles lUvtorntlve Nervine We began giving It to him and In a few days ho was ebbs to dressed From that time ho Mwullly Improved Nervine savrd his life MRS A O HASKIN Frecvlllo N Y FREE IJakoJPain Plllt the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Illank Our Specialist will iHngnu o your ease tell you what Is wrong nut how to right It Free Hit MllKH MKIUCA1 eo IwUJOllATOlUUd KL1UIAKT JNIJ To Farther Increase Our Trade Wo are olTerini lime cheapest goods out Before buying olNOwhoru call RnclRIH UH Millinery lateHtstylwt nt Hock Bottom Prices MOUH Cloth ing from I3 up to T8 IK lUgnlnr trnllet 10 Vnlues ralico rc por yd lerenhH YlnloIlighustPrice Azbill Azbill Borea and Big Hill Piko IMWOE5TION I WM troubled with item set trouble TbedfoMi lack goodIntors medicine I took In e yearAtli 8AHAII B BHIRKItiLDKllctUTlllc lad Draueh9ulcldy cures oven chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thud fords Black Draught occasionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS LA DRAUGHT More sickness ii caused by constipation than by any other disease Thudfordg I OlackDraugbt not only relieves constipation but cures diarrhoa and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists sell 15cent packages DlackDraught to regulate the bowels I have ever MRS A II Gil A NT Sneadi Ferry N COtISTIATIOII GOOD THINGS TO EAT When you want somothing good to eat CRlluIIUP Wo carry a select line of Grocririns Also Fruits and Vegetables Wo will deliver your groceries any timo during tho dRY PHONE 33 PRE STONSMaill Street 4 00000000000000000000000000S 0 Ohio College of Dental Surgery f 0 Departmental Dentistry Universityof Cincinnatio 5 Central Avonun mind Curl Street Cincinnati Ohio This College was orgiuiizAd in 1815 and tho fiHh Annual See o sion begins about October lit IKH Thin in tho first Denial- S College ratnliliahotl in tho Wept U co educations and hai o o- tnachiiiK corps of twenty iuHtructorH 1U buildingi are modern and o well adapted to tho rqummionU of modern dental education ando its clinics are unmirpiitMod Optional Spring sal Fall Courses In a clinical instruction are also given For further information and- o Announcement Adclnvw 0HA SMITH D D S Dean J 110 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio io 00000000000000000000000000 M+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o+o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +0o 0+o +o+o + o I Flowers Flowers Flowerso O f+ looses Carnations VioloU tale Bedding Plants iin ondliwi variety Palinn and Ferns at nil price oj + Designs oxecuUxi nkilfully 4 o o- o All orders filled promptly Tolophone lSd i o t+O +O +O +O O Roieha Farr Prop Kentucky o +o +oo +o +o +o +ot s Do Bread i3IannamanAllah Then unaJ packages Special this 2u cauU and side meat JsJ I Main StrNtI I IiI I I I I 11HMIIH H I I I I I I I I I I I t 25 Percent Off For the next 30 days on the Celebrat ed White Mountain Refrigerators Largo Sleek to aolect from ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Main Street Hichmond Ky I II I t I H H 11 11 111 I J I 11 I J I + o+o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +0o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o + o THE 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