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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- lHHhli1IMHIHI +t111 JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher I fnltrtd at Ut Pottoflet at Btrto Ay at ttetmtl elder UIIn u VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 14 1901 One dollar a year NO 4 I IDEAS They aru Hlavtw who dart nut lo in till right with two or llinw They inont nwxl help who leant d w rve it The nioHt common cmiso of failure in aUuinptiiii too much nnd doing too little TAKE NOTICE Ht HUrt to road THE CITIZENS Freo Scholarship offer on paw f It umluH no diffrnnco whnro you live You can rata her any friend whu liven in any of the night ixuinticH named hi till advortiwtnont AH our colored HiilworilxTH are pro ventinl from entering thin KrtMi Scholarship contoHt ndrertiMlrlon t paw 5wo havo decided to make thorn a Sociid Offer For full particular wo noxt we kH CITIZEN FROM THE WIDE WORLD TIll ItiiKmaiiH nro roM rti d to lo retiring ovorywherolxjforo tho Japan IM TIll JaKinefio aro expected to HOOII occupy Now Chwung t TIlt Hritihh troow annuilled a Thilmtnn fort It ill Muled that an epidemic of cholera ill lprtlIIlill throughout Man churia China recognition of his humane con Iduet at Santiago till SpauiHli Ad mind Cervura leis lxrll prenented with a token of appreciation by AniericatmJen nuifirInM thin lap tore of Kni Chon by JaNinowo TIll fight hinted for two diiyH and till KiiMMiiin ItxwM aro not known though i estimated at lO including niiollicer l of the gmnerulMlulY IN OUR OWN COUNTRY More ohjectionalilo character art INMUK till Cripple Crttfk Colomining district Yiwtvrdny the first Itattlo ninth meat ort ttrl in ViiNhingtoii D C was iinveile at Ft Steveiw It sliuutb on tilt veryMjlOt where forty yearn n KU ed tilt conllict in defence of tho city in which fill Lrn i ion men were killtIIlIIlIIIwOIlIllItt1 It estimated that the total CUH ualtictt from tilt oulitr celebration or the Fourth of July reached fifty two killed and lOU 1IPresident Rixwevelt now propar lug hit Hm ch of acceptance till candidate of tilt Kcpublic pxlrty for re election Tho Supremo Court at Chicngo IIIIN decided that thus city of Chicago in not lialilo for damage resulting 1 rum tilt Iroquoitt Theater lire Seventeen MrMim woro killed and a hundred injured at Midvalo N1 when an Krio passenger train crashers into the rear of a double header ex curHion train which hail Htop d for wutor COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY It John Ilanlon thu largest man in loullilIu died Sunday an the remill of a full Ho watt HOVCII fevt tall nod weighitd3001MIIIit1M Leonard Inward aged fit years non of a WlJllltll Martin tOlIlIt farm bylI1JamoH H Haggle ill said to have agreed to provide 2000000 capital for tho puriOKO of building network lines radiating from Lox Iiugtou Acting OovTliorno pardoned Nan cy May of Leslie enmity who a few days ago was given ton years in thin J jHnitontiary for the murder of Ali e Smith a mxtoon yearold girl f Caleb Jones of London Laurel 0111lgovoriummt have Doen diroclod to roo examine thin moro important load and zinc ininoH of the western Kentucky liHtrict Frank Johnson ill in jitllat Lon don Lanrol county on tho charge of robbing tho jKwtoHieo at LivingHton At London Laurel county in thin utrcotH Williuin Edwards waR fatally shot by Dan Tipton Groat damago wan done by a storm which Hwopt over Madison county Tho Salvation Army will establish a porinanont post at Jackson ISroath itt county tho supervision of Capt KluttH of Cleveland 0 TIlt pofltollico at Junction Chy Kywas robbed byniou who blow open tho safe- Another rich oil tttriko is reported o Agri cultural Bureau for Juno states that crops woro woll cultivated Wheat has been harvested and shows a shortage while corn is rather hide Tho tobacco acreage is reduced Tho oat crop shows u falling off r 444 + 4+ 4++ 4+ + ++ b ++ + + + + + 4 + + 4+ + d J 44444 + ++ ++ 44H + +++ 4+444444 ++ 4+++ + HER LETTER- B Bret Hart ID THE CITIZEN Ao Favorite It sitting alone by the fire Umaeri Jut ni I came from the dunce In a robe oven you would nd Mtlru cot n cool thousand In lit nut of nil rcuaon done up In acue In ihorl air Iho belle of the seaon- Ie wuntliiK nil hour on you A dozen rnKiBrmrntii Ive broken left In the nildit of a et Ilkrwlio n ir iomil half Himkcn That wtdteon the tqlrsfur m- eyt They say hell be rich whrn he grows 111- 1Anl then he Hdorm me Indrol And you ilr err turning your nice up Thne Ihouiand stile tilt ai you read- And how do I like my ponltlonT And what do I think of New orkf And now In my higher a PI hi lion With whom do waltz flirt or lalkr And Cant It like to liav rlchn Mud diamond end ullki and all thatr And turnl It change In the dltchri And tunnel of Poverty KlatT Well YIlt you IIIW tie out drlvlnu Kach day In the park fourlnhand If you mw poor dour mamma cum trlvlnit To look luixmaturally grand If you law IIUJUP picture a taken fly llrady and tlnliit nt that Toud never cuaimct he cold bacon And flour at Ioverty Flat And yet juat thli moment when ilt line In the glare of the grant chandelier In the nolle and glitter brnttlne The lineal aolrec ut the year In the nlta of n gait tit rknaterti And the hum of Ihn mailer t of talk floniehnw Joe I thought of The Ferry And the dunce that we had on The Fork Of IlariUona barn with Ita muster Of flog festooned over the wall + + +++4++ + ++ +++++ ++ + + + + + + + DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION from our rnrular frrloOnhlIl- WIIlhillgloll D C July II SMtial TIlt dlCwl or tin St Iouill Democratic Convention is rtctivwl with great satisfaction by prominent DomocratH hero lIIlgu Parker the nomhuo for President while lie dues not excite iiiNtantanoons entlitisiiinin is thoroughly ptllhlu as an shin thoughtfultvnlragituM and quiet NtatoNinan The name of Henry 0 Davis former wnator West VirKinin thin nominee for VicoInwidout Htnnds amon thorn for pmdenco and consorvatinm Tho platform as final ly roundixl into shajx is also regard trlnM a fit piers ufwnrkn high platcnii of utatrsniaiiHliip for tho candidate to stand on Some who did not go to St Imis and aro still to IK found at IXnuxratie headiiuar tens would have prcfvrrcd a plank committing till party to an income tax while others art disappointed till victory of Colonel Hryan in wHurin tho defeat of tho so celled gold plank atlirunnf that tho tro mondons K ld finds of till last few years have removed till money standard question from till field of po1lti convention This omission they say huts been counteracted by tho telegram of Judo Parker to tho convention in which ho comes out strongly for tilt gold standard Gratification is felt among Democrats horn that tho earnest differences lw tween Hill and Bryan did not do generate into an oiwn quarrel Your correspondent huts attended a good many presidential conventions and therefore desires to make a few observations tho convention halls both hero and at Chicago were three or four times as largo as they ought to have for on such oc casions tho olhcial public ought to lie practically excluded 2 there never huts been a nationalconvention of any partyso admirably reported by tho Associated Press as this conven tion at St Louis Tho end of the campaign is obscure hut Messrs Roosevelt nnd Fairbanks find them selves confronted with a sane mid reasonable oposition The Lynching Spirit The violent men who give short shrift to criminals lire themselves criminal Yet they have their ox cases Law is slow by custom and thin tricks of lawyers make it slower Purchasable lawmakers shifty law yers buyers of legislation tho men who drive roughshod through tho statute Ixwk aro equal partakers of crime with those who rob law and order of their rights Disregard for law goes high up Shotgun and role lire simply emblems of a general spirit of legal evasion The reform should begin at our own doors by hereafter scrupulously regarding in our every net tho rights of Society Tabor tt Ounce Of the cnndlm that shed their port luntrr And tallow on head dreee and shawl Of the stepIlmt wit took to one Ulclle Of thin tinnil uf my queer rliarltAnd how I once went down the middle With tho man that ehot Handy He lire Of the moon thai woe quietly aleeplng On thn hill when the Hum came to Of the few baby peaks that were peep Irom under their bedclothes of anow Of that rldp that to me was the rarest Otlho nomethlnR you said at the Rate Ah Joe then I waant an helrraa To the bentpaying lead In the Slaintell Its all pant yet Its funny To Ihlnk aa I stool In tho glare or fashion and beauty and money That should be thinking right there- Of sonic one who breasted high water Ami swam the North Fork and all that Just to dance with old Follnsbeei daughter The Lily of Poverty Flat nut goodness what nonsense Im writing Mamma anya my taste still Is low Instead of my triumphs rrcltlnif Im sptxmlng on Joavphhrlgh hot And Im to be finished by travel Whatnvrra the meaning of that O why did papa strike pay gravel In drifting on Poverty Flat Ooodnlght heres the end of my fIlrn- oodlIlithlt the longitude please For maybe while wsilliiK my taper Yiair suns climbing over the trees Hut know If you havent gut riches Arid are poor dearest Joe and all that That my hearts somewhere there In the ditches And youve struck Iton Poverty Flat 44 + + + 44444 ++ + + + + 444444 + i From a Colored Graduate of Berea College Editor Tin Citizen f I have boon greatly pleased by the Kvsition which IJeroa College has re cently taken with regard to her colored students Surely tho fuss critics and fault jindura who stein to bate doubted Benns sincerity in standing by tho colored students can now wo that they were sadly mistaken nnd that Iloroa in sincere earnest nail even ontsjwken for tho cause of the education nod ole vation of the colonel nun and is reaijy willing nod anxious to help its students of nny race who are earnest hint worthy Now that the Stale of Kentucky has barrel us from that school Beret College will help us into other good schools giving us financial mitt This is n truly great school Tho value of its moral nod religious in llnencos is inestimable Surely thus is ono of Iho most worthv institutions in the laud F S BLACK 2815 State Street Chicago ill Negro Wins Honor at Yale In tho highest graduating rank in this years class at Yale University William Pickens a negro who has worked his way through college hits IMOII awarded tho distinction of de livening a philosophical oration on commencement day Pickens who was said last year by Dean Wright to 10 ono of tho first thirty students in scholarship ranking in his classes II that time achieved the distinction of winning tho Tell Eyck oratorical prize in his junior year and is thin first negro ever awarded such high honors at Yule Louisville Times Vacation Benefits A vacation hits failed that hiss planted no broader ideas Tho very freedom from a desk or a duty the moving from placo to place thin sweetness of tho countryside tho genuineness of nature these timings ought to lift to a souse of kinship with n broader world Sonic make vacations simply changes of location for smokes aunt drinks std the same old stories They might as well stay at homo The vacation mind must lo nn oleo ono Thou its now im pressions will set routine labors back so far that oven a short vacation seems like weeks in length Tubw cf hint 0 THOU SHEPHERD Uuldtt me 0 thou Shepherd guide me Weary wandrer lost lu uln Hide me O thou Shepherd hide me Safe thy ihiltrlng tare wllhlu Peed me O thou Shepherd feed me Fainting for the breed ol Life toad me 0 thou Shepherd lead me In Ihy a1lh paMiire rife Hold me O thou Shepherd hold me Hay long lu thy watchful ears Fold nil then 0 Shepherd fold we ihru tho nlght till moruing felt CH art TwimiLL Dixie Waihlaxtuu Cleat ogG + HrII Is your money safe carryitloss by theft or fire The Banking Company offers safety FROM FIREOur banking rooms are fitted with ono of the finest fireproof vaults to found outside of tho largo cities SAFETY FROM THEFTOur vault and safe are also burglar proof and lxsides we carry insurance Hiillkicnt to cover any loss might sustain from theft And a Safe InvestmentWe pay 4 per cent interest I compounded stockholders and January principal and interest secured by liability of 50000 and surplus fund of over 2000 CASHIERiFrom Tie CITIZEN of June 10Tile house of was busied 011 Commencement Day It is thought that the house was first robbed of u considerable sum of 1110110 known to Iw hidden there and then burned to conceal tho crime Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies bodyfinluirrimgee invaiiablygire batter place to buy than HERE No better time to huy than NOW Prices down to Rock bottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Dry Goods Notionsand Ladies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES JI A Reliable House to dealwith WHITE GIBSON Main Street Richmond Dillingham Corner II Get The Latest Ladies Collars- No season has produced such an abundance of beautiful itylea in Ladies Neckwear as the present We show all the new Btylea in endless varie- tySummer Laces We have just added all the new est patterns to our stock of laces and insertings and can certainly please yo- uMillinery Mid summer prices already prevail here We are determined to to carry nothing over No trouble to Show goods Mrs Settle Mason Main St Berea Ky 1 11 I I rIH H4++ Sixteen Departments Eight Pages HHHH IIIVOL countyt Berea SAFETY burglar we PhaetonsRunabouts SurriesTraps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish repaint Farm For Sale One mile from Scaffold Cane pike on Scaffold Cane Hill The farm contains 76 acre is well watered includes G room dwelling barn and out buildings Good young peach and apple orchard Baptist church locat ed on the place mile distance Write or call on J S WADDLE Rockford Ky Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From the largest and best stock of goldjewelryCull and see our line of goods A J Thompson Opposite Burdettea Mill Berea Ky TO REDUCE STOCK To reduce our stock by July 1 before taking invoice we are 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 Do tween Louisville and St Louis Comimmcitjtf Sunday Juno 2Glh Kentuckys popular line the Hondor son Route will inaugurate a safe anti Fast Day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points operatedinschedules between Louisville nnd St LouisLeave Louisville 830 a m 000 p m and 700 am Arrive St Louis 616 p m 720 a m and 616 p m justfromvestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Ken tuckyThe 830 a m train through with out change of cars will bo composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars DiningCarscoaches The 900 p m train through with out change of cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Reclin ing Chair Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will onlyforAll trains will leave from and arrivo in the Seventh Street Union Depot departingfromStation St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route Ho will have them in stock and will bo glad to ticket you wayYou be satisfied in every re spect with thin accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kontu- ckiansSubscribe for The Citizen I I N+III+I+II H I 11 11 H Ice Cream Crushed Fruit Flavors Coca Cola Cherry Phosphate PopaUflavors Grape Juice youinGet the best at tho East End Drug Co Main Street13aroa Ky THE CLOCK OF TIME loud ticks the clock of Time It Is so oldso Very old We wonder how lit hands so cold Can follow on from hour to hour And mark the minutes with such tower Ho hoary with the ages rime Great Pharaoh h nrd It strike Iong since a mummied ulllgy And boatman listened mlrtllsl On the green waiurs of the Nll The sphinx heard It with stony untie To her all centuries alike And once proud Cuesar shook To hear his knell while Antony And Cleopatra recklessly Forgot the portent of the hours Wreathing the moments with their flow ers As shepcrds Idly wind a cross And still the clock chimes 011 Grad notes of morning changed too soon To mellowmuslced afternoon Or husky with the evening light Or hoarser toned for dark midnight It tolls the knell of ages gone mill ticks the clock of Time Strange It Is Lites pendulum Yet swings on while lips are dtmhl While the minutehand of fate Points the hour though glassing late For the censing of Life rhyme Hark The eternal Ages knock Each year appears with veiled face TIT centaurs en find no place For lie who stands on sea and shore IrnolnlmliiK Tltim shall be no more Shall stop tho hands of the clock ot Time Ella Klecta Ueardsley In 3prlngllel Mass Republican THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE I Br EMERSON HOUGH I Author olThe Story of the Cowboy It The Girl at tho HaltwaynoaseEtcC- opyrstit1 by Eineroou Iloccb CHAPTER XLICoXTlxtED Well and If so replied his mis tress I can say to you as I have to Marie that there will still be money for your wages Wages My faith what trifles mi lady This Monsieur Las the di rectorgeneral he It Is who has ruined us Well enonch It Is that the square In front of his hotel Is filled with peo ple Presently they will break down his doors And then pray God they punish aim for this that he has done The cheek of Lady Catharine paled and a sudden flush of contending emo tions crossed her mind You do not tell me thai Monsieur Las Is in danger Pierre snld she Assuredly Perhaps within the very hour they will tear down his doors and rend him limb from limb There Is no punishment which can serve him right him who has ruined our pretty pretty system Mon Dleu It was so beautiful Is this news certain Assuredly most certain Why should It not be The entire square In front of the Hotel de Soisson is packed Unless my lady needs me I myself must hasten thither to aid in the pun ishment of this Jean Las You will stay here said Lady Catharine Walt There may be need For the present go Left alone Lady Catharine stood for a moment pale and motionless in the center of the room She strode then to the window and looked fixedly out Her whole figure was tense rigid Yonder over there across the gabled roofs of Paris they were clamoring at the door of him who had given back Paris to the king and France again to Its people They were assnlllng him this man EO long unfaltering so In sistent on his ambitions soso stead fast Could site call him steadfast And they would seize him In spite of the courage which she knew would never fall They would kill they wpuld rend they would trample him They could crush that glorIous body abase the lips that had spoke so well of love A julck hard sob broke from her throat In haste she flew now to one part of the room now to an ther picking up ilrst this article and then that which seemed of need And so at last she hurried to the bellcord Quick cried she as the servant at length appeared Quick Du not delay an Instant My carriage at once CHAPTER XLII THAT WHICH REMAINED- As for John Law all through that fatal day which meant for him the ruin of his ambitions he continued In the Icy calm which for days past bad distinguished him He discontin ued his ordinary employments and spent some hours in sorting and de troying numbers of papers and documents His faithful servant the Swiss hear he commanded to make ready his apparel for a Journey At six this evening said he Henri we shall be ready to depart Let us be quite ready well before that timeMonsieur Is leaving Paris asked the Swiss resi ectfully Quito S- OPerhaps for a stay of some dura tionQuite so Indeed Henri Then sir expostulated the Swiss It would require a day or so for me to properly arrtnco your luggage Not ut all replied Law Two rallses will suffice not more and I ihall perhaps not need oven these Not nil the apparel the many coats beJewelsDo trouble over them But what disposition shall I maker 7 None at all Leave all these things BS they are fill staythis packnue which I shall picnire for you tnUe It to the regent nail have it man fid in his care and for tie parliament of raised in his hands a bundle of parchments which one by one he tore across throwing the fragments Into a basket as he did so The sent of Tancarville he said The estate of Kcrvllle the Hoiel Masarin the lands of Hotirget the Marqiiisitt of Charluvllle the lands of archer the estate of Kolssy Catlt what a number of them I find But monsieur expostulated the Swiss what Is that you do Are those not your possessions Not fto mon ami replied Law They once were mine They are es tates in France Take back these deeds Dead Sully may hive his own again and each of these late owners of the lands I wished them for n purpose That purpose Is no longer possible and now I wish them no mure Take back your deeds my friends and bear In your minds that John Law tore them In two and thus canceled the obligationBut moneys you have paid they are enormous Surely you will exact Slrrah could I not afford those moneysAdmirably at the time replied the Swiss with the freedom of long service But for the future what do we know Besides it is a matter of right and Justice Ah mon ami said Liw right and Justice are no more But since you speak of money let us take precautions as to that We shall need some money for our Journey See Henri Take this note and get the money which it calls for Hut no The crowd maybe too great Look In the drawer of my desk yonder and take out what you find The Swiss did as he was bidden but at length returned with troubled taco Monsieur said he can find but 100 louts Put half of it back said Law We shall not need so much But monsieur I do not under standWe shall not need more ttmn 50 louts That Is enough Leave the rest said Law Leave it where you fpund It But for whom Does monsieur soon returnNo Leave it for him who may be first to find it These dear people without those same people whom I have enriched and who now will claim that I have impoverished themthese people will demand of me everything that I have As a man of honor I can not deny them Tney shall have every Jot and stiver of the property of John Law even the million or so of good coin which he brought here to Paris with him The coat on my back the wheels beneath me gold enough to pay for the charges of the Inns through Francethat is all that John Law will take away with him For some time silence reigned in the great room as Law deeply engaged in the affairs before him burled him self in the mass of scattered books and papers Hour after hour wore on and at last be turned from his em ployment his face showed calm pale and furrowed with a sadness which till now had been foreign to it He arose at last and with a sweep of his arm pushed back the papers which lay before him There said he This should conclude it all It should all be plain enough now to those who follow Monsieur Is weary mentioned the faithful attendant lIe would have some refreshment Presently but I think not here Henri My household is not all 10 faithful as yourself and I question If we could find cook or servants for the table below No we are to leave Paris tonight Henri and It Is well the journey should begin Get you down to the stables and If you can have my best coach brought to the front door It may not be quite safe if monsieur will permit me to suggest Perhaps not These fools are so deep in their folly that they do not know their friends But f tie or not that la the way I shall go We might slip out throuph the back d jar but Uls not thus John Law will go from Paris The servant departed and Iaw left alone tint silent and motionless burled In Thought Now and again his held sank forward like that of one who has received a deep hurt But again he drew htnself up sternly and so re mained not leaving his seat nor turn Ing toward the window beyond which could now be heal the sound of shout- Ing and cries whose confused and glenIAt length the Swiss agan reported much agitated and shakeu from his ordinary selfcontrol Monsieur said ho come I have at last the coach at the door Hasten monsieur a crowd Is gathering In deed we may meet violence Are we quite ready for the Jour ney Quito ready as you have dhected Have you the two valises with the one change of clothing They are here And have you the 50 louts as I statedHero in the purse Then said Law let us go He rose and scarce looking behind him even to see that his orders to the servant had been obeyed ho strode down the vast stairway of the great hotel past many precious works of art between walls hung with richest tapestries and noble paintings The click of his heel An a chance bit of exposed marble hero and there echoed hollow though Indeed the master of tho palace had been abandoned by all his people The great building was silent empty Without but the doors thlcknesa rw where he uxnl there arose il c sou shorn cries Itnpreia Unn entrcailc as thoti h the watts of some asylum for tie unfortunate had bru en away aid allowed Its inmates to cam re unrestrilncl irreclaimable lmi lbe to control Doan with Join Ltu town with Join Ln rose a cdonccd rhythm shout the accord of a mob of Paris beating Into Its tones And this steidy burden was bro en by the cries of Enter Enter Drunk down the door Kill the monster AssnsMn Thief Traitor No word of the vu cabulary of scorn and loathing was wanting In their cries Hearing these cries the face of ths fighting man now grew hot with anger and now it paled with grief nnd sor row Yet he faltered not but stepped on confidently The Swiss opened the door and stood at the held of the flight of stairs Tall calm pale fear less John Law stood facing the angry mob his eyes shining brightly He laid his hand for an Instant upon his sword yet It wits but to unbuckle the 113111nllIHe was met by o rush o excited men- and women scromilm cursingglv Ing vent to Inarticulate and indl tln gulsnnblc speech A nnn Inld his hand upon his shoulder Law caught the hand and with It swift wrench of the wrist threw the owner of It to the ground At this the others gave bark and for half a moment silence ensued The mob lacked Just the touch of rage to hurl themselves upon him He raised his hand and motioned them aside Down with Jean Las Down with Jean Las came the recurrent cry A rush followed The carriage tower- Ing above the ring of the surrotindine crowd showed Its coat of arms and thus was recognized A pavingstone crashed through its hoary window A knife ripped up the velvets of the cushions The coachman was pulled from his box The horses plunging with ter ror were cut loose Iron the role and led away With shouts and erica of rage and busy zeal one madman vler with another In tearing rutting and destroying tho vehicle until It al od there ruined without moans of loeonv tlon defaced and utcloM And still the rin of desperate humanity close around him who hind late been matter of all France What do you want my friends asked he calmly tu for an instant there came a lull In the tumult lie stood looking at thorn curiously now his dulling eyes rut Jim them as though they presented some new an interesting study What Is It that you desire he repeated We want our money cried a score of voices We want back that whlcL you have stolen You are not exact replied Law calmly have not your money nor yet have I stolen It If you have Sid fered by this foolish panic you do not mend matters by thus treating me- D heaven you to the wrong way to get anything from mel Out of the way you canaille Do you think to frighten 1111 made your rlty I made you all Now do you think to frighten we John LaW Oh You would io away you want to escape cried the voices of those near at hand We will see as to that Again they fell upon the carriage and still they hemmed him In closerTrue theI am going away said But you cannot say that tried to steal away without your knowing it There up the stairs are my papers Yon will see In time that I have con cealed nothing Now am going to leave Paris It Is true but not because I am afraid to stay here Tie for other reason and reason of mine own TWAS you who ruined Prls this city which you now see to lone shrieked the dame who had spoken before still shaking her useless bunk notes In her hand Oh very well my friend For the argument let us agree upon that said Law You ruined our company our beautiful company cried another Certainly Since I was the urlG inator of it that follows as matter of reason replied Ia Ah he admit wIcried yet another Dont let him escape Kill him Down with Jean Las Oh very well ny friends re sumed the object ot tiigir fury flicking again wltln his old careless gesture at the del cuff of his wrist As you like In regard to that More than one mali has offered me that happiness in the past yet It was many a long year since any man could trouble me by announcing that he was about to kill meSomething In the attltudn of the man stayed the hands of the most dan gerous members of the mob Yet ever there came the cry from back of them Down with Jean Las He has ruined everythingThere a sound of faroff cries a distant clacking of hoofs the clatter of steel many shouts entreaties and commalds Tho closepacked crowd which filled the open space in front of the lintel writhed twisted turned and would havo sought to resolve Itself Into groups and individuals Some cried oul that the troops wero coming A detachment of the kings household sent out to disperse these dangerous gatherings came full front clown the street as had so often come the arm of the military In this turbulent old city of Paris Remorselessly they rode over and through the mob driving them dispersing them A moment later and Law stood almost alone at tho steps of his own house Tho squadron wheeled headed by an of ficer who rode upon him with sword uplifted as though to cut him down Law raised his hand at this new menace Slop he orld 111m the eausl tf thlll rioting I am John Law What Mousleiu Las cried tht lieutenant So the people have fotnJ you hate they It world to seers They have de ployed my carriage and they would have lulled mi replied Law Blt perceive It Is Cnpt M Ira hoc Twaa who got you your commission as you may remember Is It so replied tie other with o grin have no recollection Since yon jre Tan Las tile late dire tor gpnral the pity Is I did not let the people kill yoi You are the muse of the ruin of us nil the cat o of my own ruin Three days m To nul 11 had been a major general hind n ar ly tho sum In actions ready to pay Ir-at the right place By our lady r grace I nm minded to run you through myself for a greater villain never sat foot In Fran As you like Bt most of all am now very weary I woild not remain hero longer talking Henri where are t ou- j To lie Continual TIlE DALAI LIIAMA lrt UnulUlimiiii tn Pin ntiilr lit MIIIIMI lade rent Irfvi- irutlin for tin Vlull The first Knullshman who ever visited Miassa and IMW the Dalla Lhnma was Lambs very cremrlc and cry IcsniPO frleuil Tiiowu Meaning says 11A London Pally Chronicle Horn it hln father rectory rt Uroomo near lute Suffolk border of Norfolk lie it tied hard at Cambridge became somewhat intimate with 1orwon sad utter some ear It the university Ilan to II fascinated with the mystery of China At length he rexihod at all eons to en rr the Celestial empire and avr him self up to the acquirement of the r ii nc language Imb wrote Pray IT nU cure yourself Take hen Iirc ray to avoid the flT t head no mure IOU s of voyajtes they are nothing tee Bn MimruK wal not to Owl on and Sir Joseph Binks P ent of the Royal defY wrote t if llrertort of the East Indlix comi n lying how dp an Interest h f his very amlabl yo ing rain n aecoint of his mild character ac he nudes of hit inlnl From 1S7 to ISI Manning w ct jnton qillfyn hnnlf for tin tra nterprlBe he had In view hail In Jim of the Utter year If proor dpd to il cutu where In a fancy Tartar dras- Ie was much llonlfcd and after a few months startH with one Cltnse serv- nt upon his venturesome expMItun On DmIr 17 1811 he aw n led to Potala to salute the Grand Ut ina and make his offertnK In the lofty tower nf imlnr whlh forma a majestic mountain of building Of this lhama h wrote He Was ahou seven years ilil bad the stmae and nnaff Ie4 manucr of a well educated prtn ly bUd Hit fare wta tbouirtt pa rally anl affeotlnrly beautiful HH was of a Ktv and cheerful disposition his t autlfl mouth perpetually enh h ndltis Into a graceful smile Illuminated hits whole eountpnam Manning dlrpirted with the treatment he received from our ofuVlals rrturr d to England Ihed the its of a rh se end itiwl at Buth on May 2 lSn at tS Ills Chinese library la pre IIJ ay the Uoyal Asiatic society ANTHONY WAYNES BOYHOOD ern if tin llrviilnclini TlntiiKliI Inre of PIttnir Siilillfr Tliiiu or III lliioU Wayne Will one of the Irlllln plrlta of the American revolution 1- 1rened throughout the war mot of th line with the rank of general What he was at a boy will Interest readers and this they may learn from his intent Ilofrophy written by Mr John IL Spear WIn hft was about 16 years old Wayro wrs attending a school taught by his uncle Gilbert or Oilirl1 Wayne and this twits exp rIII at the Joys conduct wrote the follow- Ing letter to Anthonys father Iiaa WayneI expert that parental affer lion blinds you and that you have mK i taken your sons capacity What bf may e beat qualified for I Jrnow not one thing am certain of he will never- make a scholar he may perhaps make a soldier ho has already distractnd the brains of twothirds of the hoys rider nv charge by rehearsals of bat rles sieges etc They exhibit more the nppearRnr at Indians and harlequins than of stu dents This one decorated with a cap of many colors others habited In coats as variegated like Josephs of did sonny laid up with broken hetii ant black eyes During noon In place o the usual games of amusements hq has the boys employed In throwing up redoubts skirmishing etc- I must bo candid with you Brother Isaac unless Anthony pays more at tention to his books I shall bo under thin painful necessity of dismissing him from the school Lid ltuifui 4r Cli milt Japan e ladies have been known to do without stockings to maintain the harmony between beautiful French slippers and magnificent French oven lug dresses writes tho author of Queer Things About Japan I have Leon served by a Japanese hosier who did without everything ho did not sup ply himself he had a shirt n collar nnd tie and scarfpin and studs but no troiiFcrs And trIo effect of their absence was heightened by his wearing braces because ho Fold them Tho Japanese do not lssIf a Japanese girl knows how to Mss It shows the work of a foreign Instructor she does It as an ndcompllshmcnt not as an en joyment Tho Japanese have no pens and Ink but they make a very good shift with a painting brush DR V H HOBSON j Dentist IytooSafeguard tho Children Notwithstanding all that is done by hostile or health and charitably inclin ed persons tho death into among small children is very high during the hot weather of the summer months in tho large cities There in not probably one caw of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be cured by tho timely use of Chain berlainH Colic Cholera nail Diarrhoea Kerned r For sale by S K Welch Jr Druggist uT Pt- isrtomptty nbtin rr a amt rotrlao relurniJnunYrfMatoi with of r Wltoewerb it rbopp0S Good Bathing lt often followed br severe Sunburn IarncaiLpli draws out tho fire of Sun burn prevent blistering relieve tho pain instantly and heals quickly without au ugly scar Dont fail to curry a bottle of Iaracampu with you on your vacation n Good Investment For HlTn wilt send by elprrat O Ibixrtura ptrpM- rmptrta Teietrsrh iwllh Drr Oil Mtnlwith lull ilnictluiu fuf luruiif TKLKGKAIMI OIMJKATINO A turtiutlnf study that will enable you to rtrnf- OTHl wears Handler tnrTflnrnph Calsto which has qulle- a rtrKtfot iilM or lor ILt uktar I will If a Tleptaoue CallIHERMAN C rely TT5lna rUCTCLItl4 Jiff IT Tight ShoosIMake soft corns corns ions hurt Parac mph will relieve tho pain instantly draw out tho InI flammation and make the loot com fortable There is nothing just ns good so bo sure you get Iaracamph STOP THOSE RATTLING SPOKES- and loose tire remember we have a machine that HU tires cold No buntol or burnt rim no paint chip jwd off no new bolt hol Tire on a hard dry surface 8allrlartlon guaranteed or your money back 25c for buggy wheels JKc for wagon wheels Horseshoeing GOc everything furnished Wo know no competition Call and see us AZBILL BROS Bores and Big Hill Pike REPAIR THAT LOOM Bere College has secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods niich as bed covorlidi linen dress Hnsey jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Corerlido 4 to W Linen 40 to f0 cents ft yard Dres Linaejr 50 cents a yard Jeans 60 cents Byard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes S3 a pair White linsej and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homo mado dyes Any woman who wants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per Ion or bj letter to Mrs HetUe W Graham Berea Ky u Chamberlains Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is cortaill to be needed in almost every homo befoio tho sum user is over It pan always bo de pended upon even in tho most severe and dangerous cases It especially valuable for summer disorders in chil dren It is pleasant to take and never falls to Kim prompt relief Why uot buy it now It may save lifo For sale by S I1Veleh Jr Druggist Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER nnd fine FINE invite you to drive both for pleasure and profit Does your Harness look an well tko rest of your turnout or is it shabby and tliUH detract from the general appearance If BO theres nu easy way out of it Select n now set of Buggy or Carriage liar neM from Our Large Stock at nHtonihiiKly reasonable prices However if you decide to mnko your old liar newt do let put it in goal repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky i Working Night and Day Tho busiest and mightiest little tiling that over was nmilt h Dr Kings New Lilt Pill These pills change xveaknesH into strength listleftsneM into energy brain fag into mental power Theyre wonderful in build ing up tho health Only 2Tc por box Sold by tho East End Drug Co MONUMENTSera Oranlt n HarbU Work of all kind don in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prime and with dispatch Allwork guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Ctonttrol Main IDd Colllm atrtla No Pity Shown For years fate was after mo con tinuously writes F A Gulledgo Verbena Ala I had a terriblo case of Piles causing 21 tumors When all failed BucklonH Arnica Salvo cured mo Equally good for Burns and oil aches and pains Only 25c at the East End Drug Co GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE THE- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLEBEYOND FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS Official Route For Kontucklans To ST LOUIS Ask for our rates GEOL GARRET LJIRWIH Tray Pus r Agt Oon Pttir Aft LOUISVILLE KY H THAI GONE FEELING TIRED DULL AND BLUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE tVa can cure itsitendineknlife brtahtandhappy wale at one for 1501101 You ntter regret DR 13ENZINCER Baltimore Nd tuTHECITIZEN r HWMHMlHHHMIMj j The Home 1JENNIE LU8TKU DILL Editor HHHH4H HtMHtHHM Matrimonial Commandments M ATIIIMONV llUH tell OllllliamlllUlltH- Tinnit WITH studied out hy The txloro Parker hlinrlly iMifuro the day of his witlding Thny took till form of tml iNuiitiful nHoliitioiiH which liti itihcrilMd in liin journal They worn follows 1 Never oxiiipt for tint Ixsl OIIH t0 OpJKlNI Hiy wifllH Will Todischargt till duticx or her Baku freely II NOVIT to scold 1 Never to liNik uroHs at her ft Never to worry liar with com inaiidiiiciitH 410 pronioti her piety 7 Tolxar hur burdens 8 To overlook her foilileH 1iIftMUVI chiirinh and foniverdo fend her 10 To roinemlMir Ilnr ultroyis ill n prayers Thus Gcxl willing wo nhafl IK bliHMil Dainty Mots Basket Thin Kin U made from till long feathery kinds of HUMS Milka light frame of wire any HHIM you deHJn avid cover it with thin paHtclHlanlor htont cloth Wash the IIHMH clean when dry gather up into little tufts and new to the basket with a course nctdli nod thread Plawtho tuftH very cldM together tolcnri every upawi taking ram that th1oitlts of tie IIIOFOUH are turned outward llmka handle in the Maine way and mm it firmly to till basket flat a pot containing a dilicate pink or re hater in the basket and tilt comliination will lovely and if the basket IK dipMtl into tepid water onto ill two or thru days till grivn venluro will IK hilly preserved Pretty Photograph Frams Thetw ran lx made from till wood iiionMn first lIIakII frame of very stiff canllxxird the MIl riiiiired for your picture Fasten the IIKMN to it with strong glint or sew it Oil com iiifiicing with the lightmt shades at till iimido of tImllll Work out ward using the very darkest for the unlHide edge 1lHIHHHtHtIHIIIHtIIThe JOHN WIHT DIHSMOUK Wltoi HHHHHI 1iHt +IHH Lettor to a Young Teacher MEKKA ICr Jnv 5 WM- My Drtir 1miiij lrifinl To ilay you in common with Nveral thousand young lsnple of our State are exM riencin the nervous strain of the lintt day of school and you may IH thinking im did Uriilus Oil too eve of taut Oh that a man alight know the end of thin dnyi 011Iknow the end in fact thou will coo tlIl1 Inllueno goalor bad in immortal You art to day netting in motion wnVM that will 1t1111111111witl to the eter mil nhoro am glad to know however that unlike nanny in similar Kwition you caningtlike 1atil you will not prove tin faithful to till Heavenly vision AlwayH keep Ixfore you till high I ideal rememlxrinf that you must havingIhtMIgrand mini total of tilt nobler wealth of tho world till wealth of human pauIMrrtilt world I know that you only look forward pWllIrillgCorof tho world lan iet but when You leave tilt teachurn ranks you will I thouImore nearly in the ciMidition which will justify our InHt young men and women in entering tho rural nchx l work for mil To Much as you lien tacky lookn for thin final Holution of her dluuational problem and thong with it thu many complex problems which confront her nut you nro today in tlmt little Bchcxilhoime with fifty chunks of human cloy ready for tho molding many of them Mud to say Iwing al ready quite hardenedlntd sot in Htnuigo and wonderful jxwHibly aw ful forum nod you do not want theory laid social HM ciilatioiiH ono tenth balln you want to know how to make file ittetil real riyht there ruin nun Let IM look at a fow IhitigH Ixiforo wo hit out from tho Hhouldor with tho idea of llooring our iiiitagoniBt at u bluwuizo up tilt job bo fore iw if ivo may express it You nro to f TICACH so first let IIH frenhen our minilH nil to what teaching Laurio HayH it is helping the mind to JMT form its fimctioim of knowing and growing Itoark puts it Tho con Hcious let of instriicting devoloping thlllIlltelit proIMrIdIVom 1111oC these uo get this one truth at leant Out tlllfH not lotcli arithmetic and history and grammar Of course we will continue to say we do just as we Ray l1sun risis or the inixm sets hilt we must know that it it m not true Ono can tench only IIrithlIIwlwhich will HHiken of at greater length later Oil AH a byproduct a motlier quite to ono side he gets n certain ntries of frets but till real trililumi is Illf derllolrmtlvt nfjunfrr within tin buff itInch trill iwiAv him i rilal fticlttr for 1111 in tmcMlI Think over this please mall next week will write you ill regard toI how this idea will modify too whole nature of till work as generally car riiil on in our schools Your friend Cuts D LEWIS MHmHHWIHIlHlHHH I The Farm j SILAS CHUKVKK MASON Bdltoi i1HHHHHHHWWHHHHROAD HOW GOOD HIGHWAYS MAY DE BUILT AT SMALL EXPENSE The lt of Ialor lau laehlnery ell llr llnlurr Ilii Cunt New York Tutu llullilliiK Murailnin lluad at IIMM Irr Mllr The tlrxt step In the direction nf good roads agitation not the kind of ago tat lon tool bubbles up nod sputters for n fuse weeks out of the fiftytwo like n lit i11pVIII HMir nil and n short wick but tho kind that keeps everlastingly nt It null eventually lends to success says n writer In Jood HoaiU Magazine Acltatlon too Unit step but It nut an many inem to think the lust It nil right to set tin thinking but If It does nut el to doing It will have fulled of UN ptirxw In tlili pnictlcnl world otimethlng cannot lie had for nothing A gixxl had like a gout horse or a good fllrmI IIMIN miiiutlilnc HUt then lit no rciiHou why a few mllct of good nods should tort n fiibuloiiH stun The kind of roads tlmt will here sag giMtwl are rat fiincy rondw TlH y do nut coxt from IKIU to 10000 a mill and under ordinary clrcuniMtimcoH It should not lx neceiwary to robs the tateH to obtain thorn But till objec thin tray rnls il that In miMt towns nod taw nlhlIs there U moiHy at nil to Mpnru for rmaiient road Oil struction Brut every dollar of tax robs ill U needed for the noeeiwury repnlrM to nuulH ami brldgeN To nimwer thin otijvtlou It may U nlutcsl tint usually there In n wldo dlfferemv Iwtween tw amount thrt Is spent for road repairs and what It In absolutely neoenary to upend If twice nn touch till wore rained It would not lie a dlttlcult mat ter In must communltlOH to hind a pinto for It whereat If only half the regular amount were rained the roads would probably be no woroe than they now tiro In onler to bring thin argument down to n working ImnU lot us assault that the tnx avalalilo for road purponen In n certain town amotintn to fltHH per an num We will HiipH c that by practic lug rigid economy but onehalf of thin amount Is ox ondcd for till ordinary repaint to rondn nnd bridges tints leav ing fLrUl for permanent yolk Wo have one solved a part of the problem and having some money the next ijuoKtlon In how it shall bu tIMel Kx perlence tins shown that Improved road machinery Is the very lieglnnlng of pmctlcal road work nod that It In tot economy to attempt to get along without first class road building appliances No town hat money to waste In road building but n large majority of the towns throughout the cant hole plenty of good material that can bo used for the anklng and with nn outllt of mod ern machinery thin material con easily be converted Into a roof or covering for tho dirt roadn The very Unit step therefore after the money queHtlon bun been settled In tilt purchase nf a poctii blo crushing outfit and n road roller If nn engine can be hired nt n reasonable figure to drive tho rock crusher no much the better It not a good engine should be purchased What man has done man can do ngatn and experience tins shown that good roads cat be built by formers at an expense small an to make It In exctinablu for nay community to longer delay the work of permanent road building In tho town of Ciinandalgua Ontario county NY several miles of Ntono roads are being built each year at a east of front 1000 to 1200 per mile This work has ben In progress tor over ten years with the result that tho town In now grtdlronotl with good him roadn nod tho farmerH of that section no longer dread tho terrors of winter The town awns n jiortnble crusher and a steam road roller the lattur being used for tho double purpose of driving tho crusher and rolling the roads Tho crusher Is moved from place to place nod old stone walls fluid stone nod quarry stone are utlllicd In the work of highway Improvement The macadam tltl Jitit rr Is laid In a width of Twelve feet nnd n depth of eight Inches nnd a dirt track ts left on one sale of the rand Thin would seem to bo nn excellent typo of n country road ns for all ordinary pur poses n dirt track In preferable In dry weather to title of stone while la wet weather the static road pan be used to the exclusion of tho dirt track If a town has JSfXK available for perma nent work It caw easily build utter the proper machinery ban been purchased two milts tit such macadam roads each year To ninny the foregoing suggestloim may sound like the Idle vaporlngn of nn enthusiast u ho knows nothing of the thinithis may be there In not n man but must admit that It good roads lire ever to be an accomplished fart In nay community It Is necessary to make a start null If this beginning In not made the mud roads of our grandfathers must continue to be our Mirtlon We can sit down told our nriiis and acknowledge that we urn cowed and bcnteu by n simple mixture of stud and water or we run by united and Intelligent effort furl this arch enemy of American ag riculture cold light It out to till lust ditch using n risk crusher ns n siege gun and broken stone an ammunition feeling eonlldent when these ore hacked by American pluck pemover mice and brains there can be but ono resultvictory An Aolrpal Story For Little Polka The Cows Revenge There was once n cow with n brass ring In her nose thnt lived alone In the big pasture of Fanner Clark One day nn artist came Into the pasture to paint a picture nnil the cow thought It was BO very line that she said Wont you paint me one Yes said the artist and he daubed s big daub of green paint right In the TOSH Kt RIM UP AGAIN center of the cows forehead When she reproached him for thin he laughed at her and climbed the fence and went long after that he came back though and began to paint another pic turo of the taws and grass and tile sky Oil the beautiful sky he cried aloud The beautiful sky now I could live In the sky with its wonder tub bluer Now the cow bad crept up behind him and when fibo heard him say that the lowered her head and tossed him up ts high as she could now do you like the sky now she crlod as he came down Before ho had time to reply she toss ed him again Why dont you stay up there In the beautiful sky when send you there asked the cow as be came down the second time And then she tossed him up again When ho struck the ground the third time the artist took to his heels and ran home without welting for his pic ture or his paints Atlanta Constitu ion Srnntor Dlrtrlrh of Nrbrnakn United States Senator Charles II Dietrich of Nebraska who was recent ly Indicted by a federal grand jury charged with conspiracy and briery In connection with too appointment of Jacob Fisher to the postmnstershlp of Hastings Is n native of Illinois anti be gnu to make his own living when only eight years old lie rumored to Has tings Neb about twentylive years ago and In HKX was elected governor and senator the following year u GAMES PLAYED TUESDAY National Leag- ueIClncint100020000204 6E 14 1 Hahn and Peltz Mathewson and Ilowerman Umpires Km olio and Johnstonc Chicago to 00000014 r 9 1 31IundgrtnSt Louis 02000200 4 10 1 Brooklyn 00000000 00 1 Taylor and Zearfoss Cronin and Bergen UmpireZimmer American League Boston 0 0 S 0 0 12 16 2 Detroit 032100000 6 11 3 Winter Tannehlll and Crlger Mul len and Woods Umpire Sheridan 1hllaphla 00010014 6 9 0 Chicago 13000000 04 7 0 Henley and Shreck Owen and Sub limn Umpires Dwycr and King New York0001000001 8 2 Cleveland 10110000 03 9 4 Hughes and McGtilro Joss and Ab bott UmpireConnolly- Washington 0 0 0 202 4 3 St Louis 2004 06 8 1 Townsend and Clarke Glado and Kahoe Umpire OLaughlln American Association Kansas City 4 Toledo Ill St Paupl 9J Louisville 4 1iColumbus 4 Minneapolis 2 Milwaukee 4 Indlanai olls How They Stand Clubs Won lost PO- St Paul HfiO 28 641 Columbus 46 30 605 Milwaukee 42 32 CC- 8Loillsvlllo 44 37 043 Indianapolis 38 39 491 Minneapolis 36 40 474 Kansas City 27 49 355 Toledo 24 32 316 Central League Dayton 4 Grand Rapids 3 Terre Haute 4 Fort Wayno 3 Evansvlllo 3 Peoria 4 Wheeling South Bend 11 President of Stetson University low1hlburlelected president of Stetson univer BUy He Is a Baptist preacher of note Ho will tako charge on November 28 Sutthoff Released Cincinnati July 13A sensation was sprung In baseball circles Tues day when President Herrmann of tho Reds announced that ho had releas ed Jack Sutthoff tho Red pitcher Ho goes to the Philadelphia club Arrested In Montreal Montreal July 13P Ferris postmaster at Jennings Ia who It Is al leged decamped several months ago with 1300 has been arrested hero He returned voluntarily Tuesday with tho officer who arrested him Cloudburst Causes Loss of Life Mitchell Ore July 13A cloud burst caused loss of life and great damago to property hero Tuesday Mrs Bcthunc aged 90 years and Mar tin Smith 91 were drowned Twenty eight houses were destroyed The Chicago Diamond Robbery Stockton Cal July 13 Diamonds worth about 5000 have been found In tho possession of Martha Sabin ar rested hero Monday with Henry J Kendall and charged with a Chicago diamond robbery Declines the Position Raleigh N C July 13Dr C A Altonso Smith associate professor ot the chair of English at tho University of North Carolina has declined tho otter of the presidency of tho Univer sity of Tennessee Speak In Praise of ExSenator Davit Mexico City Max July 13Tho Mexican papers all speak In praise ot oxSenator Davis tho democratic can dldato for vice president who was a member of tho Pan American congress In session hero THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati July 12 iFlour WJntei patent 505525 fancy 4C5485 family 3754 extra 3325 low grado 270290 spring patent 5 G30 fancy 4264GO family 1385 410 Northwestern rye 3750390 WheatSales No 2 red track at 10S108yj rejected red track at 1 CornNo 3 mixed quotable at GOV4051C on track Sales Mixed ear track at CCc rejected mixed track at 47c OatsSales No 2 mixed track 4041c No 3 white track at43cChicago July 12WheatNo i red old 102 No 3 red 9799c No 2 hard 939Gc No 3 hard 8590c No 1 Northern 101 No 2 Northern 9G9Sc No 3 spring 8894c Corn No2 4949iC No3 48yj49c Oats No 2 3737 c No3 3C0 3CJdc Live Stock Cincinnati July 12CattloUcavy steers choice to extra 5100550 toll to good 43505 butcher steers ex tra 50515 good to choice 4350 490 heifers extra 50515 good to choice 4250490 cows extra 385 4 good to choice 310375 stockers anti feeders 2750410 Calves Fair to good light 40550 choice to extra 57506 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 5500560 mixed packers 5450560 light shippers 5300550 pigs 4900575 SheepExtra 385 good to choice 3100375 LambsSelected oweI and wethers 7500776 100 choice 00745 A Youthful Social Lender Countess Marguerite Casslnl the new leader of the ladles of the diplomatic corps nt Washington by virtue of her position ns heal of the household of tho Russian ambassador Is the grnndnlocc sad adopted daughter of Count Arthur Cnsslnl dean of the foreign corps She U a very young woman to hold so try big a social position laving just cope baited her twentythird birthday The countess Is tall and graceful with a beautifully rounded figure dark brown hair and expressive eyes Ity many ske Is considered ono of the handsomest women of the diplomatic corps and moreover Is Immensely popular not only with the girls of her own age but with the dlgnlflcd statesmen and diplo mats who are her uncles frequent guests Mlouarli Attorney Ornrrnl Edward C Crow attorney general of Missouri who has made an enviable record in the prosecution of boodlers and as the foe of monopoly Is nearing the end of his second term In office an honor to which none of his predeces sore ever attained A Falr nrintnnF Among the buds who made their Ini tial bow to the gay world of Washing ton this season Is Miss Enid Shaw eldest daughter of the secretary of the treasury who leads the debutante procession In otllclal Importance Last Juno Miss Bhaw who Is of a rather studious turn of mind was graduated from Cornell college Iowa her fathers alma mater Secretary Sluuy attended the commencement exercises anti mode an address After leaving college Mlsa Shaw spent several months in European travel Humor era PhilosophyB- y DUNCAN M SMITH Copyright 19M by Duncan it Smith PERT PARAGRAPHS The strenuous man does not know bow much comfort a lazy man gets out of life Work is n good thing tor Insomnia but It is a lined prescription to take It appears that radium will cure most everything but ingrowing cussedness Even In these days of machinery handmade weather predictions are just as good as any that are turned out by tho largo factories A man who wns born blind may havo pleasures In lift but ho never saw a twenty dollar bill Writers of dogglrelshouid take out a dog license According to the testimony some of the captains of industry are only lieu tenants of loot You may take It for granted that n man floes not hound you n good cigar without some object In view If a 100 tag mark gets shifted to a 10 picture by mistake many more Pea Pie will stop to admire It By the way did the man who wrote till poem ever try any of the popular tousle of tho day on the sav age breast Some people act as though a smile cost doctor can do nothing tor an wind The man who goes to bet after a small hot bird does not care about ret ting up with the lark The Only One Ills first love was his teacher Ills Becoiul was the cook Ilia third ono was the heroine Of his new story book And after that with forty girls In love he was Immersed Hut to the one he married Ho swore she was the first Doath to Chiggers Every one knows who goes camping that Chiggers are annoying and painful Paracnmph not only relievos the chiggnr bite hut kills tho chigger Apply it freely rub in well It will give immediate relief so take a bottle along with you The Special build o- fTennessee Wagons make them the most desirable of any wagons on the market 21 in running goar iL12F0 cash H in running gear in 00 cash byA P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Berea Ky Aro You Soro Sore Foot Soro Muscles Soro Joints Rheumatism Swellings and all inflammations Bro quickly relieved andcured by tho free use of Para camph a safe reliable home remedy Guaranteed to Jo what is claimed for it or money refunded C M Mullins B F Goforth The New Grocers We have an ontirelyx New Stock of Groceries which is u guarantee of the FRESHNESS of our goods Our Line is Complete Try our fine Breakfast Bacon D M Ferrys Seeds grow- We sell tied Good Coal Oil 13c per gallon Goods delivered at 10 n m and 3 p in Phone 70 Mullins Goforth Main Street Born Ky For a lazy liver try Chamberlains Theyinvigorate ploVentbiliousWelch Jr Druggist WANTED NICE COUNTRY HAMSHarbor it Huguely Richmond Ky SALESMEN to call on merchants Boat sidelino out Address W B Harris Big Hill Ky ji1 FOR SALE 50 BARRELS A No1 CornW B Jones Paint Lick Ky S1 IMPROVED Of A BLUEGRASS Farm 6 miles from Boroa Call on KinJIItonKy FARM OF 72 Afino land 2 miles west of Boroa Good 8roou dwol ling good barn and outbuilding good orchard good water Prico anti terms Call on or write J P Bickuell 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Thniurrttt 00In Sjtts Rr it1r1lI- VL11lt 11nrtrttr Unrlt iqnUlS By CHARLES L BAINE Central Secretary of the foot mil Shoe Workers Union rncomparison with olden times the present workday is a workday but the shorter workday as it is now com understoodsignifies the eighthour workday It must be considered that the shorter workday is not universally enjoyed rather only in those trades favored with effectual organization of the workers anti in the infrequent instances of liberalminded employers We must not lose sight of this fact when viewing the benefits and advantages resulting from the shorter workday to the favored few for whatever benefits and advantages the shorter workday has secured to favored workers those benefits and advantages arc to some extent narrowed by the very fact that the shorter workday is not universal Neither should we overlook the benefits accruing to the many from the added advantages enjoyed by the comparative few Education religion and rIsome extent each and all of these essentials to a higher civilized state are indebted to the benefits advantages and opportunities secured to the workers by reducing the daily hours of excessive toil The shorter work lay has made the individual worker better and more healthful morally and physically It broadens his mental scope and increases his physical capacity It leaves him in a physical condition and state of mind that enable and beget mental and moral development It has given to the workers the opportunity to avail themselves of the advantages of our modern facilities for gaining a broader knowledge of the greater affairs of life and more intelligent association with the world in which we liveI By increasing his physical and mental capacity it has increased and extended his economic efficiency and to a greater degree protected him against industrial insecurity or premature disability He has become a better mechanic and more civilized and conse quently of more value to his employer lie has become a better citizen and consequently of more value to his community One of the great evils of our industrial system is working the indi vidual at top speed This reduces his competitive efficiency from a period covering 45 or 50 years which he must work if he does not become wholly incapacitated to a period of 30 years or less and makci no provision for the sacrifice imposed A workman cannot healthfully perform more than a certain amount of work or work more than a cer tain number of hours each day When one two or three hours are added to his daily task there is bound to come prematurely a time when his muscles and sinews fail to respond followed ba slowing down and the inevitable replacement by a younger and quicker worker At a time when his family and social liabilities are greatest his industrialasset labor has been made either of little or sadly reduced value He is industrially if not physically a bankrupt Reduce the daily hours of labor of the workers from n and 10 to 8 and it gives them the time and opportunity for selfdevelopment along higher and useful lines it gives them moments of recreation and relieves them from the drudging enervating and stultifying monotony of per forming one operation during every hour of the lay that they are capa ble of healthfully expending physical energy it gives them the opportu nity to exercise right parental supervision over the vcllbcing of their children and homes The home is happier and more healthful and the environment of the children improved To the child and youthful workers and the young men and women denied the earlier advantages of education the opportunity is opened for selfcultivation and to every worker the opportunities to be selfhelping and to promote hdnest ambitions arc increased GS 3 tnlItgt tnru uub- t11r iiih1r By DR RICHARD D HARLAN President of Like Forest University There are men who consult the Bible merely as a dry depository ol doctrine just as a lawyer delves into the volumes of the federal statutes to find out the law That is valuable only as a liminary unless the soul comes into contact with the eternal power wilicr pulsates in those inspired words the Bible is a dead book insteadof a living oracle If a man will always remember that Christianity depends upon a person rather than upon a book he may be saved from many an attack of despairing skepticsm Here emerges an intensely practical question for parents and teach ers When the boy is developing into manhood there U a constant chang ing in the lines of his religious thinking and it then is perilous to mis lhImany open questions for the youth to adjust as best suits his personal belief As youth is often a time of great intellectual ferment and as your boy develops into full manhoood there will be a constant changing of the lines of his religious thinking During such a period it is perilous to mistake the outer rampart of doctrine for the inner citadel of per sonal faith We do not believe the Bible to be inspired Godbreathed because it tells us of Jesus Christ because lie is unveiled in it but theirITour nfAiintiatinu By DR FREDERIC E DEWHURST Remember the days of oldconsider the years of many genera tionsThe value of life is1 dependent to a good degree on the character of its memories and associations Just as a violin acquires character by storing up tones and harmonic qualities at the hand of the master so life acquires meaning by its accumulation of great memories and noble associations We are in these days in peril of losing the sense of the continuity of impression of firm and fixed habit and of noble associaI- tions which grow up through our attachment to the church The stock question nowadays is Have you heard Dr SoandSo preach And the stock reply is Oh yes Ive heard him and Mr Blank and DrI hcarjingFortyChurcheslife Such is the vagrant and unhappy substitute for a life which can acquire value only in the midst of continuous associations THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for July 17 100lAsaG- ood t Reign Prepared by the Highway and Byway Preacher Copyright by J M KJion LESSON TISXT- Chron 1411 Memory Verses ZS So Abljnh slept with his fathers anti they burled him In the city of David find Awx his son reined In his illnil In his days the land was Ilullln years 1 And Asa did that which was good and right In the ryes of the lord his God J For he took away the altar of the strange god and the hlch flace and broke down the image and cut down tho groves t And commanded Judah to seek the Lord Ood of their father and to do the law and the commandment 6 Also he took away out of all the cltlea of Judah the high places and the Images and the kingdom was quiet before him 6 And he built fenced cillea In Judah for the land hud rut and he had no ar- Iin those year because the Lord had gives him rest 7 Therefore tip said unto Judah Let us build these cltlea and mtikr about them walls and tower gates and bets while the land yet before us because we have ought the Lord our God we have sought Him and lie hath given rot on every side So they built and prospered S And Asa hud an army of min tlilltI bare target and spear out of Judah three hundred thousand and out of llenjamln that bare ihleld and drew bona two hun drtd and fourscore thousands all these were mighty men of valor 9 And there cum out against them Zerah the Ethiopian with un host of a thousand thousand and three hundred chariot and came unto Mareshah Then Afa went out against him and they set the battle In array In the valley of rphathah at Marohah And Asa cried unto the lard hi God and said lard It 1s nothing with Thee to tllmIpower us our God for we rut on The and In Thy name we go against tb1t multitude U lord Thou art our God let no man prevail against Thee So the Lord mote the Kthloplana be fort Asa and before Judah und the lithl oylans fled TIIK LKSSON Includes Chron chap 11121I our 1111III with was probabiy In Atns lourtnnih ear relgntdjJffeuud was mile southwest of Jtruna Urn TKHSONSAsa the king Ltrab th Kihlopian Invader Events in Judah During Asas Reign Prophet Aiarlub encourages the king 2 hron Ii Asa Iuto away idolatry r Chron i1714 Chroni6 otAaEvents in Israel During Anas Reign onNmlab orAUaaaha conspiracy and reign and mur 1ingsl ortUaaH1at lUrLIrivalsZUnriDeath of Omrl and beginning of Ahabi reignComparingAsa did good and right In the eyes of the Lordhere la the test of all conduct How does it appear to IllsWordLuke 1615 brokedown ofSalomon1118 and 112221 confronted Am and nothing but the deepest conrlc tlon and strongest will would hueover dared attempt such reformation But a clean heart and right purpose give heroic spirit and firm wlllIhli- 413 Kph 610 Desperate disease onlythingor Individual Is to put It away 2 Cor 617- Commanded Judah to seek the IrdThI8 is the way of nil real blessing and prosperity There Is close and striking connection between this verso and the statement In verse prosperedHere promises778 Matt 633 Heb 116 To do the IswIlut there was more to Asas reform than froth and fireworks The test of Its genuineness was In the doing Seeking the Lord Issued In doing for the Lord So the test of our religion is In 1415I12 Asa cried unto the Lord = Our ex tremlty Is Gods opportunity 2 Cor 129 Horn 831 Elements In Ass Prayct1 Confidence rti God It ls nothing with Thee etc 2 Appeal to God Help us 0 God 3 Submission to God We rest on Thee 4 Identlfl cation with God In Thy name we go against this multitude let no man prevail against Thee So the Lord smoteWhen vie tory came Asa did not claim the glory and credit thereof Ps 342 The question never should be bow many men have we on our side but whether we have God as our ally Seed Thoughts IThere are altars today that need down altars erected to selfishness pleasure ambition etc and upon which self Is being sacrificed to all that Is good and true and eternal The Lord sought Is the Lord found GoQIA strong fearless leader always find mighty men of valor to rally round Ihim cause was Gods cause and one In Godly fear and faith identifies himself with genuineI tan never fall DOWN THE RED LANE Whet the American Drinker Puts Down Ills Capacious Throat The American throat Is a capacious one Statistics furnished by the Unit ed States treasury department show that the total amount spent for eomo thing to drink during tho year ending June 30 1903 was 1451031379 The wise man of old speaks of certain limo liable timing that continually cry give give and that never say It Is enough The American throat Is n good cnnilldalu for a place on the list of Innntlnble But we must hasten to say that by something to drink we do not Intend In this Instance to Imply Intoxicating liquor only Of the large amount incntlonml f208C90261 was expended on drinks that do not Intoxicate ntleast In till ordinary acceptation of the word Tea and cof fee and other liquids that are not sup posed to stir mvn to deeds of wicket ness or to tike them to the poor honor the Jail are rntegorled under the list that makes up this minority total But sad to say 727012245 Is set down to beer while 117915513 more went for spirituous liquors and wines reached total of 97S53CO Alrohot lined In the arts Is not Included In these Ilgurm So that the very considerable sum of 1 129I311S In the drink bill of tho United Status for a year And now we mean the bill for Intoxicating drinks This Is a startling sum look at It which way we may It night b Inter eating to show how many pairs of show how many suits of rlothra how ninny meals It would have provided how many homos It would have built how manI churrhe colleges schools anti varUxH other Institutions for the elevation f the people It would have e tat llhfit but time and spare fell us junt now On does not need the details of such coin parlsonii nor dues one need to be an ardent prohibitionist to supieat that a large portion of the money mlRht hat born better expended The figures u a certain extent Indicate the trrmrndnu prosperity of the country A country must Indeed be wealthy that gnu lunI stand such a train But such figure ere certainly not ueresary to priMpor Ity We in tit M a nation drink lees nnd Ise Just as prutp rau Indeed we mUht drink a good deal bus and as- a common sense line of logic conclusive ly shows our Ixrmaneut w Mlth would be largely InrreAMd If our drink bill were largely reduced It U true that the drink bulne n gives employment to a boat of person but the e could aa a rule be better employed end rh no Iew waaes for thnlr nip the New York Obt rver No lPII1doulcountry needs no keeping up of the fl- ores for its maintenance A 8 Gladstone of Great Britain once said Great Brlnln OKT would yield large a revenue as Great Brit sin intemperate The nation could keep the wolf from Its door cvnn If its rev enues were not aided by the tax on rum beer anti wine We could do with all thrum beer and wine what the Boston p ople once did with their tea and not seriously suffer Allowing that we have a population of SOOOOOOO who will toy that we need to spend 12l2a year for every persons old and young within our borders Thl Is 1G a throat for man woman and child As a very large proportion of our population con IIUOlIIInO alcoholic drinks of any kindIthe average quantity consumed by who do use them Is very much larger than 15 per year Surely the great god Bacchus cannot complain of his annual tribute It Is large enough The sums expended In n year for pur poses unqualifiedly wise and good shrink Into Insignificance when com pared with tho alcoholic total And this total threatens to Increase and It Is what It is In spite of all the effort of temllerithere been no effort at restraint we hardly dare to think It Is claimed In some quarters that In spite of tho great aggregate there Is not so much drunk enness as formerly but Is there not rca son to fear that many human constitu dons are being undermined and many minds are being befuddled by the con stant use of stimulants even where their use does not cause ordinary drunken ness It Is not so very long since that we quoted medical expert testimony to ihow that the use of stimulants often dots more harm where It dues not cause drunkenness than In numerous cnseifln which It does The periodical drunkard who only occasionally drinks and Is sure to quit his cups for awhile after his drunken lit Is over often InlllctH less harm upon himself than does tho con tlnuouB moderate drinker upon himself Moderate drinking Is upon the Increase The ranks of tho moderate drinkers are not reinforced by the reformation of the drunkards as by the addition from the ranks of those who were previously ab stainers AH a people we arc learning to Imbibe without making beasts of our selves May the brute creation kindly pardon the use of the word beasts In this connection The fact that we can drink IIIIre- sponsible for tile consumption of n large amount of stimulants and tho result cannot be anything but disastrous A halt should bo called The bill Is too big Uncle Sam should control his mooeyIling but the drink statistics outvie all our tintortunntc waste bills We can reduce them nil If we will The fact thnt we can drink so much and still be prosperous Is no argument In favor of the alcoholic waste Tim outlay should be diminished Tilt money can bo put to bettor use Tho Lord God of nations will not hold us Irresponsible If wo allow such a suite of affairs to continue He Is a God whose hand supplies all good thing with kingly liberality but Ills word Is not without Injunction against waste Tho nation Is after all only n steward of tho wealth which It boasts and Boner or later the people who expend their wealth In wanton wasto must come to grief Luxury and wicked extravagance degenerate na lions anti brinK them to decay and dissolution The drink bill of the United States U dlncredltnblo and u disgrace Is It to continue THAT SOBERED HIM ktHowSaving an American tram Drink A gentleman high In commercial elriIles In a western city was rotating 101110iof his experiences to a group of friends says Youths Cuntiuhnlonfthink lar thing that ever happened to me was In Hawaii My father was a missionary In those Islands and I was torn there cam away nt an early age however nnd most of my life has been spent In this try but when was a young oounIanti a rather tough young roan may sayI went back there once visitThe tint timing did wax to drink more than should have done Whllo I was In this condition nn old man a native persuaded me to go home with him lie took me Into his house bathed A NATIVE PKHHI AI KI MK TO CIO j n IUIMK WITH HIM my head Rave me tows utrong roffec arid talked oothlily and kindly to me Old man said what are you do lag all this to me CorT Well be n nil wered meIll tell you The test rlend ever had was a whim man and an American was a poor drunkard He made a man of me and hope n Christian All I am or eVti hope to lx owe to him Whenever I see nn American In your condition I fl like doing all ran for him on ac count of what that man did for me This Ie a little betlHr KiiRllmi then be used but It In the Mubetaace of IL What was the name of the wnnT I asked him Mr Blank a missionary God of mercy said He was my fatherGentlemen that sobered meand I hope node a man of mo It to certain thnt whatever am today owe to that poor old Sandwich Inlander NEWS AND COMMENT I He who says every man for him self and the devil take the hinder most Is the devlld prey Strand Ad vocateAccording to nn exchange 260 bottles of whisky and 1000 bottles of beeriwere destroyed recently by the IlOlIce- of Memphis Tenn The city marshal of Dallas Texas has appealed to the city council to make some provision for his salary because his fees for arrests do amount to enough to feed his notjsince prohibition went Into effect The Nebraska supreme court decided that breweries cannot take out saloon licenses except In their own name Heretofore saloonkeepers have been furnished money by time brew cries with which to secure licenses The National British Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children estimates that of the 140000 to 160000 cases that come under their notice yearly onehalf are caused directly by drunkenness and of consequent neglect by parents f CapL Scnutz of tho Fourteenth Ba varian Infantry at Nuremberg has t been combating alcohol with soda wa ter and lemonade rho consumption of beer during the first year fell oft 1000 gallons and his regiment was noticeably fresher and brighter In tho Instruction classes The experiment was brilliantly successful that ar rangements have been trade for its extension to other regiments Arsenic in Beer A Blue Book line recently been pub lished containing tho report of an Kngllsh commission on Impure beer and food of which Lord Kelvin was tho head The report shows that a re cent epidemic of arsenical poisoning In Yorkshire and Lancashire was duo to Impure Buijliurlc ncld used In mak ing brewing sugar and that there was enough arsenic In the acid furnished ono brewing firm to kill 1000000 per suns a week 1HERES A VALUABLE HINT Qlnis Foils Made of Old Quart Hot tie Are Just the Thing tot Beehive Stands Our twentieth century demands omcthlnK now cheap and durable In the way of a stand for our hives to rent on Dr J W Ouyson In Gleanings of fern the following I get the longest quart bottles I can find and with a hoe I make n set of four or six holoa four holes for ono hlvo and six for two c11Is These holes are set at regular distances apart to receive tho bodies of the bottles I sot them In about half their length with the mouths up The bottles are to be leveled up with a etralght board and a spiritlevel Put them In straight rows just where you want your hives to boo and Imvo them yourIit smooth and well painted for the hives to rest on Cut them two or three Inches longer than your bottom IMVKSTAND MADE OF nOTTU8 boards arq wide or It you want to have a double brew ter cut them long enough to reach clear across all three bottles Now drive a five penny nail through tho timber Just over tho mouth of the bottles Ix avo not less than oneeighth of the head end of the nails up Three aro to hold tho bottom boards from slipping and sliding about and tho lower parts of tho nails will bold the rails on the mouths of the bot ties Hard winds will not slip either rail or hive Such a hive stand Is very simple and the glass iota are everlasting so far as decaying Is concerned It can be made very cheap and servlceablo as a dual stand or for three hives If pro erred consider such a stand a most excellent onoo good that I shall adopt It for all of my hives If desired four plocon may bo used to constitute the frame work and those securely nailed together Then n longer 1nail will bo required to roach through down Into the neck of the bottles a frame tnlcht bo necoMnry ewewhere three or four stories aro left full of honey for any length of time An Auger holo may be made to re ceive a pin that will All the mouths of the bottles Instead of holding tho frame work or stand with nails In thus caso I would allow a quarter of the pin to stand above to prevent the bottom boanl tram slipping Shorter bottles such as pint beer bottles could be used and bought some cheaper- A long black bottle with deeper re eelS or sink In tho bottom could be used and set up much more easily by taking a wet spell to do tho bottle part of tho work Tho necks could bo pushed Into the ground up to tho shoul t der of the bottle and the concave end used to hold the frame work by means of small blocks of wood being cut just tbo size of tho recess In tho bottom These long bottles will hold tho hive bottom up so that ones feet may be shoved under the hlvo besides they hold the hlvo up from the ground away from moisture toads and rats as well as at a convenient working distance thereby doing away with so much I backbreaking This stand puts toll ones second stories I and supers up just right so anyone can do almost nil tho days work In an upright position Its just the right height for a doubledecker queennur sery I have been reading different ar tidies on hive stands and thought this might bu of benefit to some bee keep I trs Almost any ono can pick up enough bottles for a small apiary free of cost and can make tho stand very cheaply Clovers on Wet Land Clovers differ greatly as to their ability to llvo with water at their roots Thus the red varieties must bo grown on land where water does not stand A large proportion of tho failures In getting catches of clover are doubtless due to the towing of tho teed on poorly drained land Where the red clover Is wanted and the land Is wet tho only thlnr to do M to drain It so that the land wlS try out well In tho spring and get warm quickly and to that It win remain warm till late In tho fall Cold land Is not suitable to tho growing of medium and red clover Out with the alsike It Is different to a degree That variety will eland moro moisture than tho other kinds but not so much as some people give It credit for Market for American Horses United States Consul General Worman- at Munich believes that now Is tho gold en harvest time for American horso dealers The Russian edict prohibiting the exportation of horses from the czars domain has created a horse fam t ine In tfcrmany Mr Worman writes the state department that horses that would fetch moro than 350 or 100 a team In this country will ready sell for from 1000 to 1500 In Oermany There Is much wealth In southern Ger many Mr Wormnn writes and thoso who nave brought American horses here have usually ntillied good yroflU THE CAUSE OF BALKINESS To Avoid Trouble from This Causi- ColU Must Be Trained by a Sensible Method alwaystheduo to Improper handling In ono way or another It is sometimes duo to putting the colt to a heavy load too suddenly before lib has learned to pull or when ho has toro shoulders To avoid troublo from this source in tho Gazette suggests tho lollowlngI plan Tho plan that I suggest doos much the same for a horses shoulders as bitting duce for hIs mouth It ac customs tho shoulders to pressure and that In such a gradual way that thl colt trios himself and stands properly to his collar from tho beginning of his lessons In harness This method I find specially useful for tho overwilling high slrung horse not bred for draft Fix a pulley behind tho horses stal or in some other convenient place about as high as tho horses titles then run n ropo up over anotusr pul ley and attach a light weight Co u sufficient to keep tho ropo tull taut When fastened to the horses erhglo tree which Is attached to tho tugs Ir tho ordinary way tie the horns as long as you safely can and securely The weight must be off tho ground all tho time Tho horso may come back to the end of this halter for a time but he will gradually braco himself to hold up a light weight as It Is moro com fortable for him This may bo put on tho hone at feeding tine if a nervous horso and taken oft the nut few Umllf before ho has done eating After a while Increase the weight but the more nervous he Is tho more gradually this should bo done When you aro passing by give tho rope a pull and put soma of your weight on It He will soon braco against It and mind he does not catch your fingers In the pulley- If tho horse has been badly balked previously and his shoulders have been hurt be should have a set of spring on his tugs when Ont hooked to keep him from jerking his shoulders It you have not these take him out In tho yard with a rope on Ills singletree and pull back on this as much or as little as seems necessary Then hook him and back him up a little a few times Study his actions and do not start him up until the right moment The chances are however that he will have be come so Indifferent to tho collar and so habituated to standing up to It tho he will move quietly off would like to make one suggestion In addition and that Is to fasten a colt back with two sidelines on his halter or a leather noso band so that when ho lunges ahead ho will not jerk hit mouth A colt naturally thinks that tho driver yanks him when most of tho time ho docs It himself THE FATTENING OF GEESE Row the Article Known Commercially as Pole OrAl Is Produced in Franc Tho most extreme method of artifi cial fattening Is employed with geese whoso livers aro to be used for tho delicacy known as fol gras fat liver This art of fattening geese un til fatty infiltration of tho liver has set In and that organ weighs from 24 to three pounds Is practiced on a large scale about Strasburg and to a less ex tent about Toulouse and elsewhere The birds are usually confined In small dark cages they can movo only a few inches and are fed two or three times a day commonly with all tho ground maize or wheat flour paste they can be made to eat When they have become very fat usually at tho end of about three weeks they are killed and UversremovellTho are perhaps no moro abnormal than tho flesh of an overfed hog commonly appear In our market In jars or tins In three distinct forms Pole gras au nature pate do folo gras by far the most popular and puree do tote gras The folo gras au naturel Is simply the liver pro served without any dressing The pates are made of tare pieces of the liver cooked and dressed with truf fles and other condiments These pieces are fitted Into cans by trim ming oft tho edges and aro covered with melted goose tat or suet Many persons find tho flavor of the goose tat too strong and prefer tho suet The trimmings of tho liver In the pates are preserved wltjj truffles etc and sold as puree de folo groa Dulletln Department of Agriculture EXCELLENT FEED TROUGH Just the Thing for Farms Whose Owners Are Used to Feeding Stock with Roots A very handy trough to teed sheep and hogs with graIn or roots In the yard is shown in the cut Ills mado of two boards nailed together a threecornered piece at each end Tho legs are mado of 2x4lnch scantling 30 Inches long with a board 1x5x21 Inches nailed on each side through which a wooden pin is put which holds tho trough A strip 1x3 Inches la nailed on each side at the top to keep sheep or hogs out of trough The trough can be turned on tho pins bot tom sldo up as t fastened with a pin through tho find boards This will keep out all snow and Ice dirt and hens and makes It convenient to clean out dirt which gathers in feeding rootsOllver Sires in Farm and Home The herds and animals that take most of the prizes at our fairs han been handled by the beet feeders II is sometimes more a contest of feid are than of animals MADE HIS IDEAS FLOW Writer Sawed Wood When IDs Thought Foundry Failed to Work Smoothly When I first set out upon my career as a writer saId the retired literary man according to the Now York Sun used to have days as I suppose all writers do when I couldnt write when tho muso turned her back on mo and the divine afflatus positively refused to affiliate when my Ideas scorned mixed with glue and wouldnt flow and I laid down my pen In despair But I cured myself of that tailing finally In the slraplest way In the world- I was living in the cuuntry then on my fathers farm and wo used to saw our own wood for use In the house Wo had one of those old fashioned wood sheds with wood cord ed up In It on ono side and an old tlmo sawbuck and bucksaw standing on tho dirt floor In the middle that wo used to saw up tho wood with and what I used to do was this- I had made It even at that early period a cardinal principle of my life that I should never be Idle and in thoso days when on sitting down at my writing I found that tho muse was not Einlllrg on me and that like wise D Afflatus had the nozzle of his bellows pointed In the other direction and that some careless person had up set another pot of gluo In my Idea box and I simply couldnt write why I would say to myself VtII old man If you cant write you can saw wood anyway It doesnt take an awful lot of brains to be ablo to do that and then I used to mosey out to tho wood shed and saw about two dozen sticks of hard oak and hickoryAnd that did me good physically ami as a rule It would start up my Ideas too and Id go back to my deskAnd then Id keep on till I struck another tlmo when I simply couldnt write and then Id take to the buck saw again nut do you know that finally I got so that I had to saw but very little wood to start my Ideas flowing And at last got so that just getting up from my desk and starting for the woodshed would set em going for as an honest matter of fact I did hate to saw the wool and I would give my doIdoze away the hours tilt my Ideas started up on their own accord I must write or saw wood And In the end I got so that I could control my Ideas and mako em- flow and before we moved to tho city I didnt havo to saw wood at all Rut I brought the old sawbuck and bucksaw with mo and I kept It doI to this day In the room right next to my study and If ever sat down to my literary work and found things going slow why I would getup and go Into that next room and look at the sawbuck and bucksaw and then Id go back and find tho muse If not facing square toward me at least edging round my way and the glue in my Idea box softened enough so that I could persuade my Ideas to flow And at last I got so for good that I could make em flow whenever I sat down rlteImuse may be coy at times no thenIearnest or say with tho alternative workIpenITO CURE THE HURRY HABIT Tendency Which May Be Corrected by Attention to Normal Breathing If wo want to get the habit of hurry out of our brains we must cut ourselves oft patiently and kindly from tho atmosphere of hurry about us writes An nlo Iayson Call in Leslies Monthly The habit gets so strong a hold of the nerves and is impressed upon them fa forcibly as a steady tendency that It can be detected by a close observer even In a person who Is lying on a lounge in the full belief that ho is resting It shows Itself especially In the breathing A wlso athlete has said that our normal breathing should consist of six breaths to ono minute If tho reader will try this rate of breathing the slowness of It will surprise him Six breaths to one minute seem to make the breathing un necessarily slow and just double that seems about the right number for ordinary people and tho habit of breath heiliIPineapple Snow An economical and easy dessert is gratedIsolved In a pint of cold water two cups of sugar and the juice of two lemons After dissolving the gelatine add thu juice of the pineapple and place it on thejlemon juice Pour over this the hot gelatine stirring well Stand oaldo to cool and just before It is cold add tho hardIVegetable Tonic Many dtllcato and nervous people who cannot digest Iron tonic should cat spinach which contains moro Iron than even the yolk of an egg Onions aro also an excellent nervine Car rots should be eaten by people suffer ing from asthma and bilious persons will find tomatoes an excellent and pleasant subttltuU for calomelGood Literature iTIOBMARt 1WBlfDITtm FOR ONE TIRKu Weeta KJMOOl KXnMBSata BnldtyoOtm ceu Aea4 AD 801 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throe re Njr Mol or Typwrllu fl hr jayIN NolalI a y SOS tot ol Mode Llllra pet tarn bemlalLsboretoryaccording u nttwUI a4tonbalacnu tae Ibjilul u d HloroteoploU lbortorUi erena IM JOlumiDtUM1olea wlthcl IN r va promptly oouln U 8 sad Foreign iktlcb or ptoto of invention for I6enc1lDOdel For fre book TRADEMARKS 0 rltt Notice nctionof students contestants Berea College Founded 1865 PLACES BEST EDUCATION IN OF LlrlIsal Collf Library IH Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied SeUme Two 7ewa Court wits mriraltvn few ymiff and DomMtlo for LtdlM Trod School Ctrpeatry Printing Housework Nunlaf two 7MnM Normal CoaricB For Teachers Three court Uidlng to Mulp Certificate CertifioaU sad Slat Diplont Academy VIIIleFour years fitting for Oollgo for btntaw taj for life Col leg Ooanea LIUrtty MaUfl ClMledleading to BMoalwuaf t degre- elruafeChoral free Reed Organ meal PIne Theory here to help who will help themselves toward a Ohrletiaa atlas Our rostruoUoe a free gift Student pay a small Incidental 3to Meet expeaee of eohool apart from instruction and aunt also for board In adfanoe Expense for term 12 Weeks lacy brought wltbU 99400 about 16 to be IB adranoe The School U eadoreed by Baptist ChrUUan Disciple CtMgregatlefaj U Methodlato Preabyterlaaa ad good people all denonlaaUoa PW tUTKM Ml niUKT Alma Mier Ike NCIfTA1- 1rWILL KCC RAMBLE Berea Madisoa Cotiity Madison County Roller Mills INrlftCaJJManufacturers Fancy Roller Flour J Cora Mealf Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora EteJOur GOLD DUST Floor will be PRIDE OF IM4CIIPotts rsoniXrVJkn At1a Ky THE CITIZEN 1i FREES ScholarshipsI Time CITIZEN will pay tho tuition in College for two terms of one young man andone young woman from each of tho following Counties Clay Estill Jackson Loe Madison Owaloy and Hockcastle These sixteen young peoplo will be selected by the people of their own 1lulnski who take Till CITIZEN We will print tho Ballot which appears below each week now until December 1st This should be filled out with the names and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you wish scholarships to be given These ballots when received at TilE CITIZEN office count each for the young man and young woman whoso names are written them In addition to this each person who for a years subscription to TilE CITIZEN will re coke a blank entitling them to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months BO votes for each 3 months 25votes for each Tho young man and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by Time CITIZEN for two terms in Berea College whichwill save each one from 800 to in cash The only expense to which they will bo put is for board and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than nt any other Jirstclast school in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and bettor than over the coming year and if you or any of your friends are planning to attendschool anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mail THE CITIZEN Get your friends to for you Your chnnco is just a good as anybodys START NOW Cut this out fill in with names of favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take On account of the recent the Kentucky Leg Islaturo Berea College can receive no colored the coming year therefore this offer is open only to white THB REACH ALL mdt SoUno young SUto We are all h the paid ali of IWO 1 Roller Berea from ono on pays 1400 to vote your Ivote for lIr or postoffico county as the most popular young man and for IIss of postofico county az the most popular young woman j THE CITIZEN 1 rlHIIH I I I I I I I I 1In H I I I In I I I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOUR- CESf1MhfIEi+ +11 I IH 1111 II I I I I 1I ++ + C M Mullins was in Tliclimoml Tuesday Mrs Frank Hays is visiting friends at WaterlmryConn Howard Clark returned Tuesday from the Worlds Fair Rev II J Derthick and family have returned from their visit to OhioJ L Baker is moving into his new Mouse on Big Hill pike this weekRev C A VanWiukle has accepted the pastorate of the Christian church at McKeeProf Mrs L V Dodge left Tuesday for a two weeks visit to the Worlds Fair Bessie Hays visited her grand mother Mrs Ann Hudson at Drey fus last week The Sundayschool picnic of the Secondchurch was held Thursday at Mallory Springs Bert Lunsford shot last week by Wesley Woods was on the street again Wednesday About 150 attended the trained animal std bird show at the Taber nncle Tuesday night Francis Clark of Waukesha Wis is visiting at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs S L Clark Engineers estimates are being made for the proposed water works system at Paint Lick Ky Profand Mrs L V Dodge gave a reception Saturday night in of Prof and Mrs E G Dodge Mrs Bell and two children of Corbin are visiting at the home of her sister Mrs Louis Lester Dr L A Pettus has accepted a position at London Ky where he willsoon be joined by Mrs Pettus A D Hanson of Mason City Iowa is visiting at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson Mr Golden is having an addition built to the house which he recently purchased from Joe Cole on Center StreetJosiah Burdette and familre moved Monday to the Ames property purchased some time ago by Mr Burdette Mesdames Burdetto and Spink gave a reception Tuesday in honor of Mr Spinks mother and brother of Chandlerville Ill The Union Tent Revival meeting in Richmond is attracting much attention from 1000 to 1500 persons being present every night Mrs C J Godbey and Dr Godboy of Middleburg Ky visited at the home of Tutor and Mrs C D Lewis from Saturday to Tuesday Prof E G Dodge and wife left Tuesday for a trip through the East They will visit Washington New York City and other points of inter estMisses Witt Early Dowden Bick nell and Robinson and Messrs Robinson Sharp Parks Riddle and Haley enjoyed hayride to Kingston Tuesday night Messrs Golden and Flora of Richmond are erecting a handsome 400 granite monument for the Riff and Grady families in the Catholic cemetery at Lexington Dr C Creech and wife left Saturday for their home in Manchester Clay county after a weeks visit with Mr H Muncy on Jackson Street They are thinking of moving to Borea about September 1 Wo clip the following from time Jackson Hustler of Juno 24 Prof J W Dinsmore Dean of the Normal Department of Berea College gave the Hustler a pleasant call Wed nesday of this week Mr Dinsmoro t is a pleasant and affable gentleman and his visit was greatly enjoyed Ho gave out some very interesting facts about Berea College Ho said that in compliance with the recent law elim inating racial coeducation the Berea College authorities had made ample provision to take care of the negros education at other plncpUIIo also ffaTe7rtterra loriy Itiousand dollar Chapelwas being built and the work is being done by young inen educated shi the Boron Manual Training School it will bo a grand addition to their educational plant A library costing 30000 will 10 added and is a gift of Mr Carnegie Nor is this alpa gentleman in Chicago will furnish the means to install a complete system of water works and its adjuncts The water is to be conducted from springs on time mountains five miles distant This addition will lo very costly and will put the school far in ad vance of what it has ever been in tho past Mr Diusmoro said ho intended visiting our city again in the wear future Our Scholarship Contest Only last week Tin CITIZEN an nounced its offer of giving free tuition for two terms in Berea College to the 10 most popular young jxople in the eight surrounding counties Judging from the interest this an nouncement has already aroused we believe that this generous offer will prove the most popular one tine paper has ever made Seven thousand live hundred votes have already cast dividedas follows Miscellaneous uninstructed votes 1200 Jackson County Jackson county is time banner county so far having east 5300 votes though we are not able at this time to announce the candidates and the number of votes cast for each Madison County Claude DeBaun 200 Wallace Adams 50 Bessie Hays 200 Pearl Gay 50 Uninstrncted votes 200 Estill County Robert L Colu100Iart- lm Logsdon 100 Rockcastla County Uninstructed votes 100 Auction Sale at Coyles every Saturday t11+ HHHH WHH1H College Items HERE AND THERE itIIIHIHHlHIl I+iMMl Rosecrans Cooper is working on a farm in Kansas 0 M Simpson is spending the summer at his home in Alibis Ill B P Allen is at Manchester attending the Clay County Institute- C F HInder is sj ending the sum miner at his home at Edinburg Ohio W C Hunt is attending the Rock castle County Institute nt Mt Vernon Miss Antoinette Mistr is working at the Epworth League Hotel St Louis Mo- W E Rix is in charge of a Gospel tent in North Chicago in which live localchurches are holding yieetings A partyof twelve young jKople visited time Sinks timid Rises in Jackson county Saturday at the invita tion of Miss Martha Click Miss Jessie Cowgill left Tuesday night for the Worlds Fair She will also visit in Chicago Ill tumid Hens selaer Ind before returning to Berea Misses Grace Lester and Editlm L Speer write that they are having a delightful visit at Chautauqua N Y Ono of the first jwrsons theymmmcl there was Miss Grace Lawrence formerly of Berea PERT PARAGRAPHS If a girl Ilkas the innn who Is teach ing her how to skate It takes her just twice us long to learn Most any old thing may bo palmed off on a man as a picture of sunrise and he will not know the difference One annoying feature about n rich uncle Is that you have to patiently listen to ull of his advice When a wan falls In love n good strong preacher can usually pull him outThere Is never a winter hard enough to kill off all of the spring poets A bad Idea la better kept lu than car nod out Some people try so hard to keep up appearances that they have to disap pear A bank check Is no check on a wom ans extravagance February will probably be cold tilL winter to call attention to its size When an Investigating committee Is through investigating everybody has forgotten what it started to Invest gate The man who goes from bad to worse should Lire a policeman to chase him back Common sense is so uncommonly uncommon that It really isnt common sensewhst Is TEKTIMKA Well this tzeleme sorderlist will KIM KOIIThat know TEl THINA Overcomes and Counteracts the Effects of Summers Hoat Aids Digestion Regulates tho Bowels Gives cheeks health and happiness to babies CAREER AT AN END Samuel Milton Jones Mayor of Toledo 0 Passed Away lTuesday Evening ABSCESS ON HIS LUNGS THE CAUSE AllI The Deceased Was Well Known Over the United States as Golden Uule Junes He Has a Remarkable Hlttory In the Politics of OhioThe Remains Will Lie In State Thursday and Part of Friday Toledo 0 July 13 Samuel M Jones The adlden Rule Mayor died at his homo Tuesday evening as the result of a complication of diseases The Immediate causo of his death was an abscess on his lungs When thla abscess broke tho mayor was not strong enough to throw off tho poison from his system and death resulted The mayor had suffered for years from asthma and this was the primary cause of his fatal Illness Tho death of Mayor Jones has caused tho great est sorrow all over tho city Although many did not beltevo in his Ideas on sociological problems everybody loved and respected him Ills one great stronghold with the people of Toledo was his honesty The mayor was taken III two weeks ago last Thursday and for the last 4s hours previous to his death was In n comatose condition Ho did not re gain consciousness during that time All the members of his family were at his bedside at the time of his death He leaves n widow and three sons Percy Paul and Mason Jones He will bo succeeded as mayor by Robert Finch president of tho city council The remains of Mayor Jones will lie In state at Memorial hall on Thura day and Friday until noon and the fu neral services will bo held at the resi denco on Friday afternoon at oclock The remains will rest on the veranda and the addresses will be made from tho veranda The lawns will be open to all Tho pallbearers will be select ed from his employes Samuel Milton Jones known all over America as Golden Rule Jones was born In Wales In 1846 ills parents came to America and settled In New York state when Mr Jones was but three years old Up to the time Mr Jones was 16 years old he worked at anything he could And to do during tho summer and attended school each winter for a few months In 1864 he went to tho oil fields of Pennsylvania whero he worked as an engineer In 1875 ho was married to Alma Bernice Curtiss of Pleasantvllle Pa who bore him threo children After the death of his wife Mr Jones moved in 1SSC to Lima 0 and leasing lands struck what was known as the first large oil well In Ohio Ho was one of the orlg inal incorporators of the Ohio Oil Co which afterwards sold out to the Standard Oil Co In 1892 ho was married to Helen I Beach of Tolodo and moved to that city Two years later he started a fac tory for tho manufacture of oil pump- Ing apparatus which Is known as the Golden Rule factory Ho gradually Instituted a number of Innovations setting up the Golden Rule as the only regulation of the shop In the spring of 1897 came his first Introduction to political life The re publican party was split Into three factions each with a candidate for mayor At the convention two fac tions saw the necessity of uniting to preventsthe third from winning out was selected as the man on whom both could unite who would be strong enough with the church people and popular with tho workingmen After a struggle In tho conventlon Mr Jones secured the nom Inatlon and In the election that fol lowed was elected by a small plurality His administration of tho office while honest and efficient did not suit the different factions in tho republican party however and when his term expired ho was refused a renomlna tlon Mr Jones then appealed to the people as an independent candidate In the election that followed he car Fled every precinct in tho city but one and polled 70 per cent of the en tire vote cast Ho was renominated by petition in 1901 the democratic party leaving the place of mayor blank In his favor and ho was elected for a third term by a handsome plurality In 1903 ho was again renominated by petition and with both a republican and a democratic candidate against him was elected again mayor of Toledo Ily the terms of the election bill passed by time Ohio legislature last winter his term of ofllco was extended until January 1906 In 1899 Mayor Jones was nominated for governor by petition as a nonpar tisan and polled over 100000 votes carrying tho cities of Toledo and Cleveland by largo pluralities Preparing For the Campaign Elktns W Va July 13lIenry Q Davis democratic candidate for vice president still refuses to give any in terviews Slnco Sunday ho has been working almost continuously clearing up his business affairs for the cam paign Mark Twain Arrives In New York Now York July 13Samuel L Clemens Mark Twain and his two daughters bringing the body of Mrs Clemens who recently died In Italy arrived Tuesday on tho steamer Prlnz Oskar by way of Genoa Palermo and Naples THE ORDER OF ELKSi Advance Guards of Delegates to the Grand Lodge Are In Cincinnati Cincinnati July 1The advance guard of tho delegates to the grand lodge of tho Benevolent anti 1rotec ltlvo Order of Elks Is now In Clncln nntl Tho committees of the grand lodge havo been called to meet Satur day July 16 to prepare the work for the regular session The opening of tho grand lodge will bo a brilliant nf fair from both oratorical and musical standpoint The speakers will bo My JimIllusof Cincinnati lodge Joseph T Fan ning grand exalted ruler of the Elks and Charles E Pickett past grand ex alted ruler The musical program In eludes noted soloists and a chorus of 3C5 voices picked from the celebrated May festival chorus There are two lively contests to be settled by the grand lodge the selec tion of a grand exalted ruler and a grand secretary William J OUrlen of Baltimore and Samuel II Needs of Cleveland are the candidates for grand exalted ruler For grand secre tary the candidates are Charles Ste ger of Toledo Fred Robinson of Des Moines It A T Burke of Richmond Va and George A Reynolds of Sagl naw Mich Reynolds has been sec rotary ten years and there Is a deter mined fight against him The cities that are candidates for the next re union aro Dallas Tex and Rochester Buffalo Syracuse and Saratoga N yI NATIONAL REPUBLICAN LEAGUE The Convention Will Be Held In Inv dlanapolls October 56 nIIndianapolis Ind July 1SidRedding of Little Rock Ark treas urer of the National Republican league was In the city Monday to engage headquarters for Arkansas and the southwest for the national convention of the league which will take place InI Indianapolis October and Delegations from the southwest will bo unusually large this year on neI count of tho fact that Indianapolis Is tho homo of Senator Fairbanks the presliPROF HUNTINGTON DEAD A Few Hours Previous News Was Re celved of His Fathers Death Hanover N H July 12Dr George P Huntington professor of Hebrew at Dartmouth college died Monday night of slow foyer Death occurred only a few hours after the receipt here of the Intelligence of tho death at hail Icy Mass Monday afternoon of Dr Huntlngtons father Rt Itev Frcder Ick Dan Huntington bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Central New York SENATOR CLARK MARRIED Wedded Anna E La Chappelle Over Two Years Ago Now York July 12 Senator Wil liam A Clark of Montana was mar rled to Mss Anna E Chappelle of Butte Mont In Marseilles France on May 25 1901 according to an an nouncement given out Monday It Is also announced that Senator and Mrs Clark aro the parents of a two year old daughter Mrs Clark Is the daughter of Dr I A Chappelle a physician who died In Chicago several years agoI GUATEMALAN ANTS They Promptly Destroy the Boll Weevils and Texas Ants Washington July 12The effectiveness of the Guatemalan ants In checkIIng the ravages of the boll tho cotton fields has been tested and Mr Cook the expert of tbo depart ment of agriculture In a telegram to Secretary Wilson Monday announces that tho ants promptly destroyed the weevils and tho Texas red ants as well SERIOUS FIGHT EXPECTED Opposing Forces Are On Opposite Sides of a Valley Oen Count Kellers Headquarters via Llao Yang July 12A serious fight Is expected soon Tho opposing forces aro now occupying tho hills on opposite sides of tho Valley of Lyank hi river where it crossed the Llao Yang road Tho Russians both offi cers and men aro anxious to contest the Japanese advance Bryan Leaves St Louis St Louis July 12 William J Bryan left St Louis Monday night for his home In Lincoln Neb Ho said that ho felt better after two days of com paratlvo rest and that he expects to bo fully recovered within a short time The Roosevelt Entertain Oyster Bay N Y July 12The President and Mrs Roosevelt enter tanned Senator Fairbanks and Chair man Cortelyou at a family dinner Mon day night Tho only other guests wero Secretary and Mrs Loeb Changes Its Politics Chicago July 12irbo Chicago Chronicle which has been generally considered a democratic newspaper will announce formally in Its issue that It will hereafter appear as a republican newspaper Postmaster General Paynes Outing Washington July 12Postmaster General and Mrs Payne and their nelco Miss Jones loft hero Monday for Now York where they will spend two days and then go to Portland and Poland Springs Ala n STORM VISITS FAIR Lightning Struck Agricultural Building lint structure Was Not Serlousiylanmgcd TTHE VISITORS DRENCHED BY RAIN Wind So Strong That the Doors of the Largo Fair Buildings Were Ordered Closed Considerable Damage Was Done to Property In St Louis and One Man Was Struck By a Thun derbolt and Killed St Louts July 12A terrific storm of wind rain and hall prevailed In St Iouls and vicinity for a short time Monday afternoon causing considera ble damage to property One man WM killed by lightning and five others were Injured but not seriously hurt by flying missiles The maximum reached by tho wind was G5 miles an hourTwelve barges were blown across the river and 18 or 20 houses on 21st street between Washington and Carr nnlliIng the storm measured an Inch In diameter Windows wore broken by the hall stones and several delivery wagons were blows over A man named OToolo was struck by lightning near his home and killed Wind struck the steeple of the North Presbyterian church and blew It across- the street Into tho front of a grocery store Several buildings were unroof ed trees were uprooted or broken off heavy plato glass windows were bro ken by wind and hall anti telephone anti telegraph wires wore carried away cityitime high wind anti heavy rain broke suddenly without warning Visitors had no time to seek shelter hundreds who were more than 100 feet from tho build ings being drenched by tho sudden and violent downpour Tho wind was strong that tho Jefferson guards were ordered to clone the doors to the large Worlds fair buildings In order that the wind might not raise tho roofs Lightning struck the agriculture building but did no serious damn grILincoln Neb Sunday night seven houses and barns and outbuildings near Burwoll No lives were lost Time list of Injured is not obtainable A THREATENED LYNCHING The Police Arrived Just In Time to Save the Mans Life Chicago July 12Shot down Mon day by one of his own countrymen who had crept up behind him Andrew Cuneo member of tho firm of Cumo Bros fruit dealers Dearborn anti South Water streets one of tho best known fruit Importers In the United States and said to be time richest Hal ian In Chicago Is dying at Passavant hospital Ills assailant Anthony Ores clo narrowly escaped lynching by an angry mob that closed around him aft or the shooting In less than a min uto after the shooting a ropo hail been procured by some ono In time crowd with which to hang Cresclo but tho police In response to a riot call that had been sent In appeared on tho scene just In tlmo to sao Crdacloa life USED KEROSENE Three Lives Were Lost In the Fire That Followed Walworth Wls July 12Tlmreo lives were lost Monday In a fire near this village Carelessness In an en deavor to replenish a kitchen fire by the aid of kerosene started time blaze burned a young woman who was at work over the stove and two children VoltzITraveling Man Kills Himself Plttaburg Pa July 12J M Mil ler who Is believed to bo a traveling salesman for tho Superior Foundry Co of Cleveland 0 was found dead In his room at tho Seventh Avenue ho tel A revolver was clutched In his right hand Second Baseman Killed By Lightning Cumberland Md July 12 Joseph Barrett aged 16 years was killed by lightning Monday afternoon whllo playing second base on the baseball grounds at tho Baltimore Q Ohio road house Young Barrett was hurled soy oral feet IRiver Steamer Sunk Natchez Miss July 12Tho mag nlficent aidewheeler Chalmette run nlng In tho St Louis and New Orleans trade struck a hidden obstruc tlon at Logans Landing 35 miles below this city and sank No lives lost Ballplayer Killed By Lightning Pltt burg Pa July 12 Charles Jeffries Icftfleldcr of time Johnstown baseball team was struck by light ning McKeesport Monday afternoon and died almost Instnntly Jeffries was In tho act of throwing a ball Two Were Drowned Camden N J July 12A rowboat containing two young couples was capsized In tho harbor Robert Young of Waldo and Mamlo Barker of Cam don were drowned Another couplo were rescued with difficulty JAPS HEAVY LOSS Attacked a Russian Position Near Tort Arthur on Tuesday and Were UellUlscd THEY RAN INTO A HIDDEN MINE UUllRII Corrc8KMidcnt at Mukden Reports That 110000 Japanese Were Killed or Wounded Japanese Advance to Ta Tche Klao ll Shrouded In Mystery But It Doe Not Cause Any Anxiety In St Petersburg St Petersburg July 13A dispatch from a Russian correspondent at Muk den dated July 12 says According to Intelligence received hero tho Japanese last night attackedIpositions near Port Arthur Were repulsed with enormous losses not less than 30000 It Is said being killed t or wounded by our mines Tho Japanese advance to Ta Tcha Klao Is shrouded In mystery No tele grams have boon received by tho gen oral staff or lima admiralty since IJeut Jon Sakharaffa dispatch of July 10twith the exception of a report len Kuropatkln covering the events detailed by non Sakharoff which was delayed because It had followed the emperor on his journey to tho Volga lack of news from Ta Tcho KIlO IR not causing anxiety The evening nbwIIIlllra nplIIManco crowd The Japanese account of time fight ing at Kai Chou is offset by tho admission that they are being greatly worried by Gen Renncnkumpffs Cossacks It has been Intimated to a press correspondent by time general staff that It Is pooslblo tho Japanese will not attempt to take Yin Kow before they rapture Ta Tcho Kino as otherwise they would be liable to an unexpected attack from tho Ta Tcho Klao force which Is within easy striking distance thanks to tho railroad Time Japanese advance north will- perhaps be delayed for some days un ill tho southeastern columns convent Ing at SIan Ulan compel MaJ Gen Mlstchenko to draw oft leaving the Siu Yen road clear to Tantchlu and Ta Tcho Klan As soon an the Japanese troops en ter Yin Kow and succeed In removing tho mines from tho mouth of tho Lisa river tho Japanese gunboats lying along the coast will conic up but It Is not bflllovod that tho Japanese will vcnturo to land a considerable force or to send war material so long as the Port Arthur squadron Is able to come out whenever it likes London July 13Tho Morning Posts Shanghai correspondent says that time Japanese casualties by land mines at Port Arthur Sunday night are reported to have been 28000 but none of tho many special war dis patches mention a Japanese disaster at Port Arthur PANAMAIANS UNEASY The United States Is Building a Wharf at Cristobal Colon July There is a wharf In course of construction at Cristobal at which lumber and other supplies for tho canal will soon bo landed The building of this wharf has given rise to misgivings on the part of tho Pans nmtans that will be a stepping stone to tho establishment of a United States Tort at Colon Tho order to tho ef feet that vessels sailing from LA Boca the mouth of tho canal on tho Pacific side must receive their clearance pa pers from the United States authorl ties Is criticised hero as a violation of tho canal treaty A Worlds Olympic Championship St Louis July 13Tho Buffalo Gen mans defeated Central Y M C A team of Chicago In tho last of the worlds championship Olympic basket ball games at tho Stadium tho score being 39 to 28 Tho victory carries with It the worlds Olympic championship The Wheat Badly Damaged Topeka Kan July 13Tho Smoky river Is slowly falling All the railroads are getting back Into run ning order Time wheat on tho low lands Is very badly damaged by the flood while that on tho uplands Is In fair shape Charged With Embezzlement Plttsburg Pa July 13A man giv ing his namo as A G Kdel was arrest ed hero Tuesday night by a detective who says tho prisoners namo Is T Julius Schaumffol of Baltimore and ho Is wanted in that city for embez zlement Russians Erecting a Fort Seoul Korea July 13 Japanese scouts who have arrived at Gen San report that Russians are constructing a permanent fort near Kyonrf homing situated In northeastern Korea near the mouth of tho Lman river Coining Mexican Dollars Mexico City July lJ1l Is bellowed that with Its new machinery tho mint will bo capable of coining dollars fast enough for tho demand which baa been Increased by heavy shIpments to Japan and tho far cast I ATORPEDOATTACKThe ctrntc Into the Harbor nt Port Arthur Sunday WERE REPULSED WITHOUT LOSS Severe Fighting Took Place Around f the Port July 7ltlllslnllll Admit Loan of 1000 Killed r Gen Sakharoff Confirms the Report of the Jap Occupation of Kal Chou Russian Loss Was 150 Killed or Wounded Cho boo July l1A European who left Port Arthur at oclock Sunday t afternoon reports that tie Japanese made u torpedo attack Sunday morn l lug attempting to penetrate Into tho harbor They wore repulsed without t loss to either aide Tho European reports further that occurredIl claimed to havo driven tho Japanese back on nil slice but admitted a toes of over 1000 killed Seven hundred wounded are said to have arrived at Port Arthur July 8 and It was report ed that moro ware to como In St Petersburg July l1Ilout Gen SakbarofT In a dispatch to the general i tart confirms tho report of tho Japan ese occupation of Kai Chou Ho gays that tho Hussions did not exceed 150 killed or wounded The general adds that tho Japaneso are on tho Yin Kow road Cho Foo July 11 Chinese junkmen Who arrives hero Sunday from Port Arthur say that on Tuesday July Ohlnetp carriers brought Into tho town over Ilusslan dead two of whom were high officials They state that n part of Uio Japanese force advanced to within six tulle of tho besieged town taking another eastern fort Toklo July 11Con Kurokl re ports that on Wednesday July a ilctachmont of Japanese troops drove ort 300 Itusstan cavalry and occupied Knnchang tho enemy retiring north ward The Japanese had no casual i ties The Russian Iwmes aro unknown On tho afl rnoon of July 6 1300 RUB ftlan cavalry attacked a Japanese de tachment near the north entrance to Fenshul lass The Husstans wore re pulsed and tho Japanese regained pos session of the entrance to the pass The Japanese had foul men killed and i three wounded ADM CERVERA Americans Present Him With An En grossed Message Medina Shtonia Spain July 1IAII- n demonstration of gratitude regarding his conduct at Santiago and his raro of American sailors Admiral Corvera win presented hero with an engrossed toes sage tearing tho signatures of a number of well known Americans besides letters from tho suhscrllxTS bound In n volume The presentation was malts by Mr gird of Vienna In behalf of his fellow Americans Tho admiral In re turning thanks for this manifestation of American good will said that his conduct toward Lieut Hobson and the American sailor after tho sinking ot tho lorrluvc had been Inspired by su perlor ordure Admlrnl Ccrvera had repeatedly rrfusod to permit his l Amrlcan admirers to so honor him r but notwithstanding their refusals the plan to make tho presentation was carried out- STRUCK BY A STREET CAR Senator Bailey and Tlllman In An Auto Were Injured St Louis July 11An automobile In which Senator Tlllmnn of South Carolina and Senator J W Hallcy of Texas wero riding Sunday night col hided with a Jefferson avenue street 4car while running rapidly and both were thrown Into the street but net ther was seriously injured Senator Tillman suffered n sprained ankle nnd Senator Halley was bruised abbut the 1 body After ascertaining tho extent I of their Injuries and viewing their wrecked automobile tho two senators boarded a street car and proceeded to their hotel Tho chauffeur was badly bruised but sot about collecting the I debris of tho automobile The Baltic Fleet St Petersburg July ItWhllo the Baltic fleet on its way to the far oast is not likely to bo ablo to coal at French ports It Is understood that the contractors will send out coal from theso ports to meet tho loot beyond territorial waters- Reconnoitered From a War Balloon London July 11 Special dispatches to tho Dally Telegrah and the Dally Mall from Toklo assert that tho Japan ese captured eight guns during the fighting around Port Arthur July 4 and that they reconnoitered from n war balloon Powerful German Fleet Plymouth Eng July ItI1hou sands of persons witnessed tbo arrival nt Plymouth of tho most powerful Ocr man fleet ever seen In Great Britain Eight battleships and sovon cruisers steamed into the naval baso on a visit 1Swiss Minister Transferred Washington July 11 According to n cablegram received hero M Fernand Du Larthoray tho Swiss minister hero has hewn transferred from Washington to Auatrollungary by his government KentuckyState News COVINGTON POOLROOMS They Will Be Closed By Attorney Gen eral N B Hayes Covington Ky July nN D HayiM attorney general of Kentucky announces that the poolrooms In Cov higton will bo closed Ho has filed three motions In the circuit court for temporary Injunctions against the proprietors of the poolrooms and owners of tho real estate On Thursday next the local attorney assisting General Hayes will move to have the Injunc hone Issued and for an early hearing at which Judge Show will bo naked to make the orders permanent and per petual It Is stated that the poolrooms will move across thu Licking river back of Newport Ky I HARRY CROXON DYING He Is In the Pen For Assaulting Mrs Bertha Gleason Covington Ky July 11 Prosecutor Phillips and U lt Frailer both of Covlnglon returned from Frankfort Ky Sunday Harry Oroxorf one ofI a number who assaulted Bertha Olea son In the Hlghlandri for which hoI was sentenced to 20 years In the tcntlnry Is dying of tuberculosis Tom Mulligan who with Wallace BIshop took the life of Patrolman Mox Mo Query at tho approach of tho Suspcn sign bridge In Covington and who Is also sugaring with tho same trouble IB growing IlctlerIFrankfort Ky July 11JohnsonI Hatfleld one of tho most noted feud prisoners In the Kentucky penlten Nary him boon pardoned by and Acting Oov Thorno 1leutennntI at liberty Hntflold line for four years on a life sentence given him for participating In tho Hatflcld McCoy feud fight of 20 years ago Tho pardon covers tho case under which h8I was convicted nod also nil other In dlrtmontB against him growing out of that feud Miners Life Crushed Out Marking Ky July 11Wllllo Thorn ns Hughes was nt work In a coal mine at Cnrrn Forth north of Mayklng a great rock fell and crushed him to doath It was several hours before hit follow workmen were ablo to re move tho atone which Is estimated to weigh two tons The Barbers Were CarefuL Newport Ky July l11t was nod to Impossible to induce a tonsorial art let to work on onos taco In Nowport Sunday Tho recent activity of tho local union In causing warrants to bo untied for barbers who vIolatM tho law on tho Sunday previous was tho reason Returned After Four Years l Frankfort Ky July ItAfter an absence of four years In which his friend and family had mourned him as dead John I Scott Jr ex secretnq of tho state board of equalization ar rived hero Saturday well nnd hearty and was congratulated on his return Drowned In the River Ilollavup Ky July 11 = Lured to doath by the enticing waters of tho Ohio river would be a fitting coronlal verdict In tho case of George Sauor of Ilellovuo whoso death by drowning occurred Sunday afternoon Tho river had a strange fascination for him Tried to Mob a Prisoner Covlngton Ky July 11Two hun trod angry residents surrounded a pa trol wagon Sunday afternoon contain ing William Wlilteomb charged with attempted assault on Manila IlAuck horat 8 daughter of Frank llauck beret 960 Philadelphia street Lexington Fair Lexington Ky July llTho Gen tlemens Driving club of this city has taken steps for a throe days fair and horse show Including matlneo trots to be hold during August or the first week in Septpmhor The fair Is to beat tho local trotting tracks Will Organize a Camp Covington Ky July 11 Deputy County Clerk CharJco Lambert Is or ganizing n camp of the Spanish Amer lean war veterans In this city Ho ha s secured 13 signors and expects to have tho required twenty names before tht end of the week- Louisvilles Tall Man Dead Louisville Ky July 11John Han Ion the tallest man In Loulnvillc died Sunday at tho University hospital ol tho effects of a fall received whllo do llrious Ills height wns seven feet and he weighed 300 pounds Hnnlon woi a hotfll clerk Labor Day Parad Covlngton Ky July llThe labor unions of Covington aro making exten sive arrangements for their labor day outing to bo held Monday September 5 nt Latonla raco track County and city officials will be Invited Scared the Animal Away Whltesburg Ky July11f1ho 3 year old child of Mrs Louella Morris a widow of this place was attacked by a panther whllo playing near its mothers homo Tho bravo little won an scared tho animal away Claims SelfDefense Lexington Ky July ItCapt Jacl Sheehan a local saloonist shot and killed Dave Doiiworth at an early hour Sunday morning Sheehan who Is un der arrest claims that he shot Dos worth in selfdefense CARS TELESCOPED Seventeen Excursionists Killed and About JUO Injured nt Alidvnle N1 THE TOWER OPERATOR BLAMED It ifl Claimed That lie Failed to Set the Block Signal Against a Pas sender Train Following Engine of Second Train Tore Through Rear Car of the First Train and Drove the Front End Into the Car Ahead New York July 11 Seventeen per- Sons wero killed and about a hundred Injured In a collision which occurred at Mid vale N J just before noon Sunday when a regular passengor train on tho Greenwood branch of the Erie railroad ran Into an excursion train that had stopped to take water All tho dead and Injured lived in Ho bokon Jersey City and Now York reIlowered his signal too soon and this was admitted by D W Cooko general passenger agent of tho Erie railroad who gave out a statement In which ho said The operator In Uio tower fall ed to set tho block signal against tho train following- The train which was run into was a special carrying members of tho First Plattdeutchcr association of Hobokcn on thin annual outing nnd had SOO passengers It consisted of 12 cars hadIglno besldo the tank train drew near Tho flagman of the special signalled tho engineer of tho Incoming train but owing to n curve In tho road his flag was not seen until It was too late It Is claimed that tho engineer of the regular train had slowed down to about ten miles an hour before he crashed into the special but his engine toro through tho rear car tho greater part of Its length and drove tho forward end of that car Into tho car ahead Tho killed and Injured were In those two cars The wreckage did not catch firo and tho work of taking out the dead and maimed was accomplished quickly Tho passengers from the uninjured coaches ran back and joined In tho work and the residents of Mldvalc many of whom hind heanl the crash assisted them The 14 dead were soon laid besldo tho track and the Injured were carried to tho nearby hOMos While physicians were being sent for women of Mldvalo brought band agog and other articles that could bo used In caring for tho injured An en gine and cars were sent from Little Falls to tho scene of tho wreck and as rapidly as possible tho most seriously hurt were prepared for transportation by train to Uttlo Falls and thence to Jersey City or Hoboken Tho less se verely hurt wore continued under treatment In Mldvalo until later In the day All those hurt wero eventually taken either to their homes or to hos pitals The engineer and fireman of tho regular train disappeared from tho scene just after the accident They both escaped Injury by Jumping just boforo the crash The operator in tho tower was alter Richards Ho would make no statement and was relieved and left tho scene soon after tho accident CARS WENT OVER EMBANKMENT- s ThirtyEight Passengers Were Injured But None Killed Bt Louis July ItWhllo running at full speed the tender of tho engine drawing an eastbound excursion train on the Missouri Pacific road jumped a switch near Lebodle 45 miles west of hero Sunday derailing four coaches which were thrown down the embank ment and Injuring 33 passengers It Is considered remarkable that nono were killed and only three were se- rIously injured The Lltchfleld Wreck Lltchflold III July HTho jury selected by Coroner William A Gray of Montgomery county to investigate tho Wabash wreck at Lltchfleld on Sunday July 3has fixed tho number of dead at 25 Twenty of the doad wore identified Noted Poisoners Fate Dalton July ItJane Toppan the noted poisoner who is said to have murdered 31 persons and who has been confined In a lunatic asylum here for two years was pronounced a hopo less Imbecile by the physicians Col J F Bennett Dies Suddenly Mexico City July ncol Joseph F Bennett who for two years was vice and deputy consul of tho United States hero died suddenly Saturday as- a result of stomach troubles Ho was a civil war veteran Bites With Each Kiss New York July 11 Cruelty In bit- Ing her every time ho kissed her is the grounds upon which Mrs Senate Fin klc of this city is seeking a separa tion from her husband Earnest IL Klnltle In tho court- Survivors America Bound Liverpool July ItAbout seventy survivors of the wrecked Danish steamer Norgo have arrived hero from Stornoway Scotland They will sail for New York on the Cunard Lino steamer Aurauia A GROWNUP GIRL Ive grown to be a great big girl My hair li In a braid Tho mamma says twill tako the curt All out she U afraid And nowadays I drem myself And that U lots of fun And spread my little nightie out And air It In the sun I tug and pull my stockings on And then you ought to see buy little Uttlci open wide An It to bite at mo They stick their llttlo shining Ueth Into the stocking top And nip It so it cannot dip For all I jump and hop My petticoats are pretty hard Thy button In the back Then comes my little morning dress And when its coola suck And no Its plain how big I am And how It make me To have my grownup brother Sam Say Jlerei our little I loss He sle Warren Campbell In Good liouaekerplng WISE BEES TURNED JOKE No Man Can Tell Why They Did It But They Let Mr KnowIt All Escape Out In Colorado Ilvesa man who takes great delight In tbo culture of honey bees and this man owns a great number of hives of the little winged busybodies who so industriously make use of the long bright summer days In carrying homo the rectar which nature stores for them In the hearts of the posies Among the hives however this Colorado man discovered one not long ago wlilch contained a very unruly settlement Every Inhabitant of tho particu lar hive was a rebel doing his part to ward baffling all efforts to remove any portion of the hardearned goodies and many a sting was Inflicted before the owner finally gtve up the job as a bad one leaving the bees to devour their stores In peace It happened theother day that a neigh bor called This neighbor was one of tboso wellmeaning men who think they know just a little more about everything than does anybody else Different sub jects were dlncussed and at last that of bees came up The neighbor knew all anyI ILT HIM ON TUB RUN thing In the world of which he had a great store of knowledge It was bees The chance at onco to take the conceit out of his neighbor and play a first class joke on him was an opportune ono the man thought and when the prospec tive victim was not looking ho kicked- the Ouruly htve a couple of times In or der to stir up the Inmates to a proper fighting condition after which the neigh bor was Invited to make an examina ofIthe hive roughly severely shaking IL then boldly removed the top and with out the slightest fear drew forth several combs of honey Myriads of angry bees immediately swarmed In the air and What did they dot Somebody surely was surprised for tho little Insects with their stingers whojlance and soon put him on the run screaming with pain Would you believe It not one of the bees attacked the knowItall man And during the week ho was compelled to re main Indoors recovering from his many wounds the wouldbe joker had lots of time to think It over and endeavor to figure out why It was that only he was attacked lie will never know but per Imps tho bees could tell If given the power of speech Ross D Franklm In Chicago RecordHerald Old Horse Saves Little Child Prince a 20yearold family horse owned by William McDonough a Toledo 0 grocer played the part of a hero recently The fouryearold daughter of Mr McDonough wandered unobserved into a barn back of the store and was soon at play on tho floor of a big box stall the freedom of which Is allowed to Prince and an other younger and very spirited ani mal During her play the child fell under the younger horso and might have been kicked to death had not old Prince come to the rescue In the meantime a search for the child had been started Mr McDonough went to the barn and just as he entered hn saw the old horso softly grasp tho childs clothing nnd lifting her from danger deposit her on tho hay man whape he carefully guarded her until Mr McDonough took her away THE DENSITY OF LIQUIDS A Pretty Device by Which It Can Be Tested Without the Use of a Hydrometer The Instrument used for measuring the density of a glass of water or other liquids le called the hydrometer and It Is very simple affair consisting of a glass or metal float with a stem projecting out of tho water The hydrometer sinks deeper In light liquids than In heavy ones and as the stem Is grad uated or marked off by lines like a thermometer the mark to which it sinks gives us the density of the liquid The principle of the Instrument Is easy to understand A floating body Is held up or kept from sinking by tbo weight of the displaced liquidthat Is by the weight of Ii quantity of liquid equal In bulk to tho submerged part of the body No matter In what liquid the body Is placed the weight of the displaced liquid that Is by the weight of the body Itself If the latter Is to float at all hence It will SUBSTITUTE FOR HlDIlOUTEnj sink deeper In a a heavy one because It must displace aI greater bulk to male up the required weight Of course If the liquid Is too light the body will be entirely covered and will then sink to the bottom This brings us to the very pretty and simple device by which without using a regu lar graduated hydrometer you can test the truth of the statement that water Is heaviest at 39 degrees This device Is merely a blownout egg shell with the holes in its ends stopped with wax and weighted with a bit of wire or a coin or two You have a vessel preferably a tall glass jar filled with water which you can bring to theI temperature of 39 degrees or tbereI abouts by adding a bit of ice dash of warm water and soon till you get It right testing it all the time with a thermometer Then adjust the weightI on your egg so that It just floats little bit of the shell peeping out of the water Very soon you will see the egg sink to the bottom of the jar The next thing to do supposing thatIyou are experimenting In a warm Is to do nothing The water gradually warms When It reaches 39 degrees again up bobs the egg but In a little while as the water continues warmer It sinks once more By more emcked Ice you can repeat addingII periment as often as you like nati Commercial Tribune HUNDRED MILES PER HOUR Storks Fly at This Wonderful Speed and Sometimes Keep It Up for Many Hours No living thing not even a scared jack rabbit can travel with the speed die played by such bird as the stork and the northern bluethroat Not only dq these birds fly with a speed that car hardly be conceived but they keep up their rapid flight for 1000 or 2000 mules at a stretch without apparently tiring Evidence has been collected recently which shows that the bluethroat flies from Central Africa to the shores of the North sea a distance of lGOO miles in less than a day and a night and making It moreover in one uninterrupted flight The storks which spend their sum mers In AustriaHungary and their winters In India and Central Africa are also marvelous travelers and make their journeys twice a year In unbroken flight each time From Budapest in Hungary to La hore In India Is about 2400 miles in an air line and the storks make tho jour ney In 24 hours thus traveling at the rate of 100 miles an hour for the whole distance The storks which spend the summer In central Europe and the win ter in central Africa travel with the same rapidity Slatin Pasha an Austrian In the servo ice of the khedive and now governor of the Central African province of Dar fur was for many years a captive In the bands of the mahdl and the khalifa when the dervishes killed Gordon and established their empire now over thrown In the Soudan One day at Omdurman bo saw a stork with a metal band attached to one of Its logs Hi caught the bird and found engraved up on the band the name of an old friend In Austria He wrote a note to his friend and tied It to the metal band When the stork returned to Austria for tho sumnfer the friend saw the letter caught the stork and read the message which was the first certain assurance that the outside world received that Slatin was still aliveThis stork as was proved by the dates made tho journey from Omdur man to the Austrian country place a distance of nearly 3000 miles at a speed of moro than 100 miles an hourN Y Sun This Clock Keeps Good Time Tho most exact timekeeper In the world Is the electric clock In tho Berlin observatory It Is Inclosed In an air tight class cylinder and haw frequently run for periods of two or three month with an average dally deviation of only fifteen occthousandths of a second It has been running since 1869 Curt d of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Years of Suffering wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says MrsMattia Burge of Martinsvillo VaIII ed from chronic diarrhoea for tea years and during that time tried vari cue medicines without obtaining any permanent relief Last summer one of my children was taken with cholera morbus and I procured a bottle of this remedy One or two doses were required to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine my self and I did not use all of one bottle before I was well and I have never since been troubled with that com plaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD ITim Table In Effect May 1904 IGotDe North Train 4 Dully LoaveBres3J8amArrive e Arrive Paris528 am Arrive Cincinnati 7 60 a m Going North = 1 Train 0 Dally Leave Beiea 1255p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 pm Going South Train I Dally Leave Br al11 p m Arrive Livingston 20 p m Going South Train a Dally pmArriveTrain No 1 and No6 make con nection at Livmest jn for Jellico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent Night Was Hor Terror- I would cough nearly all nightlong writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria IndlIand could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines tailed three DiefGrippeIIbottles free at the East End Drug Co IEXPEftIENCa TRADE MAlUtat Cowniat Anrona lendlnt a letck and descriM Sayquickly acertaln oar tree whathtt taIntention MtnUbU Common tfentaunts taIIen ti co reeelye IjyrtdJ nice without Charge In Scientific Hmericatt handsomely lllnitratcd weailr Tnreit ale rotation of an iclemtlBo Journal Terms 91a MM-eoiehydrehiewsdealstf neb et OII Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved andcured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only SOc Satisfaction guaranteed by the East End Drug C- oTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Kyt Y64uCTAJCwin ORC hLIIIII I- yb7tRCBttlndaWeMsltl cua 1 d THE CITIZEN 1 11111111111111111 1111111 J I J 11 J I II I II II J 11 III II III I Eastern Kentucky News Ito ooneepoadeoce pobnahM coke IIClle4 to toll by the writer The name is not for pubarauon Dot II II evidence of good faith Write plai- nlyHI1HHI1IF I I 11 J IH H IJ III I I 11 111 JJN J JI JII 11 I OWSLEY COUNTY OAR BAR0 July t11o have had lots of rain the past week nnd crops arc looking fine Sherman Rowland of White Oak was hero Tuesday on business Meredith Reynolds of Evorsolt was hero Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Emma Cole has purchased n- norgauC B Gabbard was at Boone yule Friday shoppingChas E Moore went to Winchester Friday to see his brother Price July 0The heaviest rain and thunder storm of the season swept over this section Friday doingcon siderable damage to growing crops Miss Lucy Reynolds of Evcrsok visited her sister Mrs Emma Colt Sunday and Monday Mereditl Gabbard will teach the school at this placoDr C II Mooro will teach at Grassy Branch this year- S A Gabbard will teach on Lower Wolf Creek Bill Gibson on Meadow Creek Chas Eversolc will teach on Cow Creek at Betlianyand Miss Amanda Mooro at Midway Leander Bolin and wife of Limon Creek visited relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday Tayloi P Gabbard is clerking in his broth ers store at Cow Creek He will probably stay in the store most of the fall and not teach any VINCENT I Flora the baby daughter of and Mrs Ih C Hall died June SOI The bereaved parents have the sym pathy of all in their nfliiction JACKSON COUNTY SAND OAP July 11Tho Hellard school began last Monday Shell Brock man paid G W Hellard a flying visit SundayJ A Hurst who has Ijeen sick for sometime is no totter Miss Nannie Hellard visited John Brockmau Sunday John Morris vas bound over for killing Moore and was not allowed hO1l1MillS and Gharry Marcum of Estill county are visiting their grandmother Marcum Bob Jones and wife visit tvl Georgo Brockman Sunday James Bowles and family visited Jacob Hellard Sunday Georgf Brockmau has gone to Blantou Flat to make staves for Charley Hurst Mrs Rhoda Johnson who is about 88 years old is spending a week with Georgo BrockmanALCORN July 7The institute held at Me Keo last week was a success as are mill of the institutes Prof Dinsmore instructsSchool begins at Alcorn Monday July llth with Miss Pattie Moyers as teacherMrs Martha A Williams who has been sick for some time is no totter Rev C A Van Winkle filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and Sun day Wo are always glad to have Bro VahWinklo with usBev J W Parsons preached at Blantons Flat Sunday evening He like Bro Van Winkle is also a welcome guest Now that teachers will make the schoolroom their home for six months they should see how pleasant the schoolroom and surroundings can be made KERRY KNOB July 11W J Dougherty ol Valley View was hero last week on business Saphrotia Kimberlin ro turned to her homo at Bear Wallow last week after several weeks herewith her sister Mrs John Hale Rev Griflith of Rockcastlo county preached here Saturday and Sunday The four oldest children of Win Hatfield of Berea visited their relatives here last wLekJ D Hat fieldand daughter aro in Borea on business Tho party which visited the cave hero Saturday was compos ed of Misses Shultz Cowgill Wai dron Huff Haagen and Livengood Messrs Tosh Livengood Flanery Lynch Young and They returned to Berea in the afternoon Mrs Hoag and Mr Ross wero also visitors at this place Saturday The teachers Institute for this county was hold at McKee last week Prof and Mrs Dinsmoro of Berea College who conducted the Institute return 4lto Borea Saturday and will at I the Rockcastlo Institute this t week Miss Fannie Hatfield left countyIat Hugh todayJ R Durham expects to tench at Kerby Knob H N Deane At Grassy Spring Jas Dur ham at Wind Cave Chas Clickat Long Branch H Clay Baldwin at Cave Spring Nannie E Click at Clover Bottom M Eva Clickat Indian Creek Goo Sparks at Pine 1Grove Anna Powell at Indian Spring Lake Strunk at Sand Gap i Succtwg to opvhTho Teachers Association of land Horse Lick districts will to held at Cave Spring the first Saturday in Sept MCKEE July nDr G C Goodman mill family and Samuel Hcrndon and fannilyof Welchbnrg visited friends and relatives in McKee the first of week cud took in the Institute Dr II G Sandliu and wife ah children are visiting Mrs Sandlins parents Mr mid Mrs Tames HaysOur public school will begin Monday Leonard Harrison of Kerby Knob will teach the fall term- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONS July 1ITIII small shower of rain Friday was welcomed by everybody There was preaching at Fairview church Sunday Three wore baptized A large crowd present The small child of Mr and Mrs Joseph Wren is very sick with tltlxlr William Hisinger of Hickory Grove visited Rev J W Lambert Sunday Mrs Eliza Rowlette and daughter Miss Bertha of Disputanta visited your corresjxMident SundayG L Wren and wife David Grant and family are visiting Mr and Mrs Harry Wodal Hay harvest is now on hard with about twothirds cropL- IVINGSTOII July Irs J W Baker and daughter Miss Anges sjent last week with relatives in Garrard county Mrs Rome Adams is visiting Mrs H B Mullins at Mt Vernon this week Miss Bessie Mullins is visit lug Miss Cora Adams Several from this place attended the picnic at Hazel Patch on the Fourth All ro ported a fine timer and Mrs Callie Mullins Mr and Mrs W B Sigmon IIlwnt last Sunday in Cin ciuuati1V It Sigmon is attending the Teachers Institute at tlrnon CONWAY July 1ITom Soard and G T Hurst left Sunday to make their homes in Illinois Miss Mattie Owen who has lweii visiting here has returned to her home at Bartoursville Water from the big well is being shipped to various cities and towns of the country Mrs M L Kolton visited her son and family at Rich mond last week1Vm Hayes of Wild ie was here Monday on busi lttfsMiAA Mary E Isaacs and bro ther Stanley returned from Hamil ton 0 Sunday Quite a numtor of our citizens attended church at Fair View Sunday Three were baptized and others joined and will to baptized at the next regular meeting MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON July llJohu Wyleys baby is very sick with spinal trouble Mrs Alice Clarke visited her parents Mr and Mrs Tisdale last weekSquire Baker was the first to cut oats in this country Solomon Taylor visit ed Henry Wyloy Thursday G B Gabbard and wife spent Sunday with David McCollum and CamilG A Ballardslarlelhisthmshinglnachilno last week Bail reports wheat very goodAcrowd of men was through Moro from Berea Friday looking for Woods the man who shot Lunsford but did not find him they seemed to to well armedLAUREL COUNTY LONDON July 12Tho Teachers Institute met hero yesterday Prof J C Lewis of tho Sue Bennett Memorial school of this place is thin instructor Almost every teacher in Laurel COIW ty is in attendance 11111 tho Institute promises to to a great success Miss Etta L Azbill of Kingston is visiting her cousin Mrs Georgo C Mooro William Edwards son of Alfred Edwards formerly of Jackson countyvas shot in front of tho Catching Hotel last Friday by Dan Tipton a prominent and wealthy farmer living near hero Edwards also lives about four miles from this place Edwards is shot through the holy and there is very little hope for his recovery A very serious operation by Drs Pennington Givens and others proved that the ball load passed through tho liver Tipton was held under a bond of 5000 to answer any indictment which malo returned against him for tho shooting CONTINUEThose and strength by regular treat ment with Scotts Emulsion treatmentInand a little cool milk with It will objectionwhichducts during the heatedseason Send for free SCOTT K 1IOWNK Cbemliti 40941 Ititl Street Nw York c lujjiouj all druggist Tipton is wealthy and will make It titrong light for freedom Edwards also haw considerahlu means Ito made his will giving 700 to the prosecution Moore mid Dychu 8111 D K Hawlings have been i iniloyc to assist in the proslCutionOlicur- Hader of Annville is spending a fm days at this place London trill have electric lights in n few weeks The poles are nearly all in and the wires are Iwing put up lion Ed Parker of this place candidate for the Republican nomination for Con gross spoke here yesterday to the teachers who were assembled at the Institute Mr Parker made a proposition to the friends of Mr D C Edwards the other candidate for Congress who also lives here mind who was ilwaycanvtlssillg the this trictto take a vote of all the teathen present and whichever got the uuost votes was to have the track agains Dr Hunter the other candidate mind the other was to quit the race and support him Mr Edwards friends asked for time until today at one oclock in which to coninumicato with Mr Edwards They will no doubt wane the proposition old JTr Ed is thought to Ix a sure wllllwr Tlioro are two baseball team named after our home papers the Mountain Eclin and time Mountain Democrat The game last Saturday resulted in a victory for the Echo Score 7 to HOSTETTER MILLIONS Throe Covington People Will Be Cared For For Life Plttsburg Pa July 13The will of the lato Mrs Rosetta R Hoatcttcr widow of Dr David Hosteller pro prlotor of Hoatetters bitters was filed here Tuesday It disposes of a trifle ovor 5000000 and about 2200 of It of the Immense lies charltI is dlvld d between the of the famous physi cian Mrs Amy II Dupuy D Herbert Hoatetter and Theodore R Hosteller with the provision that the children of these logatees shall Inherit the por tion now set apart for the parents Tho following special bequests ap ofCovingtonwell as her daughter Mary L Parker aged G8 each receive 11600 per year for life and Alfred Wckey of tho samo place brother of the dead wom an receives 1000 for life Rickey Is 71 years old Misses Amy and Mar caret Rickey aged respectively 04 and 69 years receive 1000 annually for life SHOT HER LOVER Thin She Wounded the Woman She Caught With Him HarrodsburB Ky July ISSalllo Mundy while enraged by jealousy emptied her revolver In a fusillade of bullets Into the bodies of her lover Jim Robinson and her rival Lou Gar don whom she came upon unawares in a room on Bunker Hill the tender loin district of this city Two balls took effect In tho body of Robinson and will prove fatal Two seriously wounded tho Gordon woman one breaking bar leg at tho knee Her screams aroused the neighborhood and brought the pollco to tho scene who arrested the frantic Salllo and placed her In jail- LOSES HIS SHARE OF ESTATE Will of the Late Mary W Howler Leaves George Pendleton Out Covlngton Ky July l3The lack of the appreciation of money was the cause stated In a will probated Tues day in the Kenton circuit court for dis inheriting George Pendleton one of the heirs who otherwise might havo been the beneficiary of a large sum The document wu an authenticated copy of the will of the lato Mary W11 liamson Bowler who died at Edee Mo The estate is valued at nearly 1000 000 The estate owns valuable prop erty In Covington and Cincinnati The family formerly lived in East Third street Covlnglon Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July l31he tobac co market Tuesday opened unchanged from last weeks close Prices showed a lowering tendency The offerings were only 171 hhds of which hhds wore burley and ICG hhds dark Bur ley sold from 780 to 18 Dark rang ed tram 2C6 for trash to 960 for un flrod loaf To Hear Complaint Louisville Ky July l31he Ken tucky railroad commission met Tues day to hear tho complaint of the Lumbermen club of Louisville against the Louisville Car Service association The club charges that the association Is a combine and that its rates are ex orbltant unwarranted and unjust To Entertain Elks Covlngton Ky July l3The Cov ington lodgo of Elks has about com plated arrangements for receiving tho visiting members during the reunion The homo of the local Elks will bo decorated with more than 400 electric globes with a mammoth elk head as a center piece His Examining Trial Lexington Ky July 13Jack Shoe ban who shot and killed Bud Harris in front of the formers saloon early 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