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MILTON RACER and Pulliliher IJAMESPwtojlltA II Reran fir second elAN tIIIIU etulter I IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 21 1904 One dollar a year NO 6 r1IDEASWhat some public shakers lack hi depth they innku up in length The Devil tempts othor mOil but idle mOil tempt tho Devil Totho old tho world HCUIIIH to have gone lutckward because they them selves have gone forward TAKE NOTICE Colored sul scrilcrfl should rend our E3O npccitil offer on this page Interest grows in Tilt CITIZENS Free Scholarship contest If you mouii to enter get your ammo in soon 1Doot delay too long Subscribers who iiindo estimates In tho Worlds Fair guessing realest t will Iw interested In the report given in another ooluinn OWN COUNTRY 1Property worth 75000 was des troyed by tin at Portsmouth 0 the Itepubliunim of Went Virginia nominated W O Dawson for hover nor lackinghousesaccount of a dispute over wages John Sharp Williaiiwof MiKHisKippi the Democratic leader in the Congrats will take an active jmrt in tho coining presidential cuniKiign A noldier Imprisoned for deser thou on Governors Island N Vat tempted to MHII to and wits fatally shut hn sentry TIll wagm of 25000 rotton opera lives in tho Fall Hiver MilK district will U reduced llij per cent less Monday July 25 Mayor Sumucl M Jones or Toledo 0 known an Golden Rule Jones is dead Ho was four limes elected Mayor of that city three times run ning on an indeM ndent ticket Rev Lemuel cross one of tho fore most Daptixt educators and divines toftime United States diet in New r Yprk at time age of seventyfive- Tho Tonto Irrigation Reservoir being constructed in Arizona will Iw- i4 mills long and in place more than 200 felt deepaud IOn lltn plet t ed will la time largest artificial Ixxly of water in tho world Tho dam Will Iw 200 feet high and 225 feet widu at tho bow and HOIIIO of the rocks In time foundation will weigh 12 tone Tho cost estimated at M J OOOttX FROM THE WIDE WORLD iiDuhonlc plagun has broken out in Rio Jancrio Brazil Tho lioundary dispute IxiUvirn Brazil and fore hoe been willed An urbitnition treaty has been signed Iwtwwn Germany and Great BritainA officer In India has diitcovenHl tho germ which causes leprosy Otnn Paul Kruger former PnlliI dent of tho Transvaal Republic died at Clarcns Switzerland 2800 Japanese and 1800 Russians Itro killed In an attack on Port Arthur by tho Japanese crsonH sere killed and prop lOO 2000000 destroyed Jby near Manila in time Philippines Rain roll for 27 hoursJ Tho bodyof F Kent Loomis the bearer of u treaty between the UnitI vd States and Abyssinia who mysteri ously disappeared from a ship some weeks ago while on his way to that country was washed ashore near jPImouth England Marks on his tint Mr Loomis was murdered and his body thrown into I the BOO to conceal tho crime COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY i Tho marble quarries on Dix river r in Lincoln county nro being opened 4upStall Representative Joseph McICain from Trimble and counties died of npoploxy at Bedford 4 Ky The eighth district DemocrllticI com nuitto meets at day to decide on tho manner of select lug a Democratic nominee for Con grCIIIIIBy n vote of C3 to 25 tho teachers CJr tho Republican nomination for Con gross against Dr Hunter Mrs Mary M Thackor widow of William Thackor who was takonI from tho jail and lynched nt Flemings burg leas flied suit in tho United States Court at Covington for 50000 against twentysix citizens Ior Fleming county including tho JailerJack Morris formerly of Jackson county a clork in tho Internal Rev enue Bureau at Washington has boon detailed from tho District of Columbia regiment National Guard to oompota for tho championship illtthe Army rifle Ruth revolver at Seagirt THE CITIZEN TIE RKPUBMOAK VICE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE theJohtIn IH74 Im lirgnu th1aclI8 of law lu ltdlnaI andeu soon In thin enjoyment of one nf lit Urgtil an inml lufratitm ttrncllev la ludUn lie wu to the United State Mtute in IIIIeiIctd in I HH MH 4f 1 H M L Our Popular Scholarship Contest 1 + M4 H +W h Though it was first announced only two weeks ago great interest is- Is img arouwd over the offer of TUB CITIZEN to give free tuition in Beren College for two terms to the two most popular young IIl plo in each of tho eight surrounding counties As Till CITIZEN haws to press the following votes have Inen received Clijr County Clay County Is the banner county this week having east J100 votes us followsIda 1250 Susie Sparks 1250 W M Rico 1200 M M Robinson 800 G J Jarvis roo- T E lurch tOO diary Collide 100 Chris Comb 800- Ettlll County Roltert L Coylo 100 Martha IMgndon1XJackson Jackson County mode n gain of 400 this week giving time several candi dates tho following standing W L Begloy 2000 Laura Hatfield BriO Susie Wnlsoii 800 CROSSING THE OCEAN latter from Proildcnt Frost Dear Friend at lone It is possible that some who would care to meet tho dangers mud diRe comforts of travel may ho Interested in tho adventures of their friends and so I have noted a tow of tho in cidents of my long journey this sum mer Wo loft Bern in the early morn- Ing of Thursday Juno 23 null waited in Winchester for tho noon train east over tho Chesapeake and Ohio roil road Tho faro from Winchester to Now York is 18 Washington wits reached early Friday morning and we hired n car and rode over to the White blouse and back before our train started on for Philadelphia Thorn potty separated Mrs Frost and myself stopping for lunch and reach ing Now York at 315 P M Wo went directly to Mr Cadys ofiico and accompanied him to his delightful country residence twenty miles away at Alpine on tho Hudson river Saturday mid Monday wore devoted to work upon the plans for tho now Library Building Tuesday wu found tho place whore Stanley Frost in Ixjginning house keeping with his wife whom song Borea jxjoplo will rememler as Miss Katherine Fairchild They have six small rooms up five pairs of stairs on Washington Avenue in Brooklyn ThoU Aurania was to sail at 2 p u1 and we found a great crowdon tho Cunard Pier Mrs Graham caino over from her homo in Flushing to bit1UR goodbye Thore wore hand shakings on every side anti farewell kisses and tears as tho great boat tho dock and swung around into hurler Ono lady was lxhind Continued on agailirt Samuel Davis iOO Lizzie Wilson 350 Nannie Click 800 Lucy Parsons 800 May Sparkman 300 C D Smith 100 Rolxsrt Taylor 100 Nora Wilson 100 Madison County Claude DoBaun 2ro Bewio Hays 260 Tommie linker 100 Maggie Lowon 100 Wallaco Adams O Pearl Gay GO Rockcattle County Recital Hiblxml 5O0 Thongsou5m00Jolun Fannio McClnre 100 Mollio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely I00 Byrda McIImrguo10 RESOLUTIONS OF JACKSON CO TEACHERS INSTITUTE Held nt McKee July I to 8 inclu sive Resolved1st That it is with profound sorrow that wo learn of tho death of our old anti esteemed fellow teacher J II Denham and feel that in his death wo loose one of our most valued and efficient native teachers and tho County one of its best citizens that wo e1l0mlollr heartfelt condol cthopInghis everlasting gain 2d That tho interest of public ed ucation in our State imperatively de mands the establishment of ono or more Normal schools for tho store thorough training of teachers for their highcalling 3rd That tho term of public schools in the State Ixvextendod two months in each county supported wholly by county taxation 4th That tho township system of supervision of public schools ho sub stituted for the present district sys tom 5th That time heartiest thanks Ixj tendered Mrs Dinsmore Miss Kns toin Miss Korkhof amid her school mud all others who have aided in any WilY in tanking our Institute a suc seas nth That wu extend our thanks to Prof J W Dinsmoro for tho efficient and masterly instruction ho lets im parted also for tho example ho sots of what n teacher may him mined ought to ho J W VANWINKLE II P MISTEB WM DONAOIN Mitt MAIULA JONES Miss NANNIE CLICK Committee III1 Sixteen 1 t 4 Is your money safe 1 If you have your cash concealed about your home it about your person it is not safe but is constantly loss by theft or fire The Berea Banking Company SAFETY FROM FIRE Our banking rooms are fitted withPagesBuy the finest fireproof vaunts to bo found outside of tho largo cities SAFETY FROM THEFT Our vault and safe are also and besides wo carry burglar insurance sufficient to cover any might sustain from theft Pt 4nd a Safe Investment We pay 4 percent i compounded semiannually July and January interest secured by stockholders liability of surplus fund of over 2000 W H PORTER From Tile CITIZEN of Juno 16Tho house of was burned on Commencement Day It is thought tho house was first robbed of a considerable sun of crime known to hidden there and then burned to conceal Carriage Satisfaction Here carriages invariably give We repaint repair and retire Get our prices F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky II Get The Latest Ladies Collars- No season ban produced such an abundance of beautiful styles in Ladies Neckwear as the present We show all the 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thoy may select of tho two young colored leoplo ono young man and ono young woman who receive the largest of votes provided that no money shall bojiaid by THE CITIZEN to any candidate if tho total number of votes cast for tho candidates is 15000 In voting for your favorite use tho blank below Titus blank without money counts ono each for If titles person it to years to CITIZEN anti to votes candidate If sent with six mouths maul sent 25 cents three months votes for in Depot relieves Apply It It so bottle Feet reliable for or is at number if I vote for Mr j of1 0 as tho most popular young colored man and for Miss oflO as the most popular young colored woman Tilt CITIZEN Berea Ky Please find enclosed to applyon my subscription account e s Nato P 0 JOf EVERYWHERE yt there is Joy In the morning light Joy In the rising sun Soy at the pen door of night After the dy Is done Joy in the floating clouds ocrhead Joy In the azure skies Joy when the autumn leaves ot rat tiring us a glad surprIse Joy in the early flowers of spring Joy In the birds sweet song Joy the returning echoes bring Cheerily borne along Joy In the fervid noonday glow Is It a pleasant dream Joy In the very winds that blow Joy In the dancing stream Joy In the glades the rocks the rills Joy on the mountain side Joy on the plains and wooded hills Joy on the rushing tide If we have hope for Joys above Happy our lives may be ShInIng with rays of peace and love Over a stormy sea D F M Sours In United Presbyterian THEMISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH I Author ofThe Story of the Cowboy NTIIe Girl at the Hlfw y House Btc CbpjrlgbtliOJ by Knunon Rough CHAPTER XLII CONTINUED The faithful Swiss who had remained close to his employer all the time and who had been not far from his side during the scenes just con eluded was in a moment at his side He hardly reached his master too soon for as he passed his arm about him the head of Law sank wearily forward He might perhaps have sunk to the ground had he lacked a supporting arm At this moment there came again the sound of hoofs upon the pavement There was the rush of a mounted out rider and hard after him sped the horses of a carriage whoso drivers pulled up close at the curb and scarce clear of the little group gathered there The door of the coach was opened and at It appeared the figure of a woman who quickly descended from the step What Is It she cried Is not this the residence of Monsieur Law The officer saluted and the few loiterers gave back and made room as she stepped fully Into the street and ad vanced with decision towards those whom she saw Madam replied the Swiss this is the residence of Monsieur Las and this Is Monsieur Las himself I fear he Is taken suddenly Ill The lady stepped quickly to his side As she did so Law as one not fully hearing half raised his head He looked full Into her face and releasing himself from the arms of his servant stood thus staring directly at the vis itor his face haggard his fixed eyes bearing no sign of actual recognition Catharine Catharine he ex claimed Oh God how cruel of you to mock me Catharine The unspeakable yearning of the cry went to the heart of her who heard It She put out a hand and laid It on his forehead The Swiss motioned toward the house And even as the officer wheeled his troop to depart these two ngaln ascended the steps half carry Ing between them a stumbling man who but repeated mumbllngly to him- Pelf the same words Mockery Mockery CHAPTER XLIII TUB QUALITY OF MERCY Within the great house there was allence for the vistas of the wide In- terIor led far back from the street and its tumult nor did there arise within the walls any sound of voice or foot falL Of the entire household thero was but one left to do the master serviceThey entered the great hall passed the foot of the wide stairway and turned at the first entresol where were seats and couches The servant paused for a moment and looked Inquiringly at the lady with whom ho now found himself In company The times are serious he began I would not Intrude madame yet per haps you are aware I am a friend of monsieur replied Lady Catharine lIe Is See he is not himself Tell me what Is this Ill ness Madame said the Swiss gravely his Illness is that of grief Monsieurs failure sits heavily upon him How long Is It since he slept keked the lady for she noted the drooping head of the man now reclin ing upon tho couch Not for many days and nights replied the Swiss He has for the last few days been under much strain But shall I not assist you madame You are perhaps pardon me since I do not know your relationship with monsieur A friend of years ago I knew Mr Law when he lived In England- I perceive Perhaps madame would be alone for a time If you please I will seek aid They approached the side of the couch Laws head lay back upon th cushions His breath came deeply and slowly not stertorously nor labored How strange whispered the Swiss he sleeps Such was Indeed the truth Tho Iron nature oo long overwrought now ut terly unstrung had yielded for the first time to the tress of nature and of events Tho relief from what he had taken to be death had come swiftly K4 the reaction brought a lethal aim of Its own If lie hnfl Indeed rccot nlzcd the face of the woman who had touched him with her hand It was as though ho had witnessed her in a vision tt dream bitter and troubled since It was a dream Impossible to be trueThe Swiss looked still hesitatingly at the lady who had thus strangely come upon the scene noticing her sweet and tender mouth her cheeks Just faintly tinged with pink her eyes shining with a soft mysterious radi ance She approached the couch and laid both her hands upon the face of the unconscious man Tears sprang within her eyes and fell from her dark lashes Tho old servant looked up at her would be alone with mon sleur asked he It will be better Lady Catharine Knollys left alone gazed upon the sleeper John Law the failure lay there supine abased cast down undone shorn utterlyof his old arrogance of mind and mien Fortune wealth even the boon of physical wellbeingall had fled from him The pride of a superb manhood had depart ed from the lines of this limp figure The cheeks were lined and sunken thoI eye even had the lid not covered it lacked the late convincing fire No longer commanding no longer strong no longer gay and debonair he lay a man whoso fate was failure as he himself had said The woman who stood with clasped hands gazing at him tears welling In her eyes she so closely linked to hisI every thought for these many years well enough she knew the story of his boundless ambitions now so swiftly ended Well enough too she know the shortcomings of this mortal man before her Even as she had In her mirror looked Into her own soul so now she saw deep into his heart as he lay there helpless making no fur ther plea for himself urging no claim making no explanations nor denials NO LONGER COMMANDING no asseverations no promises Did she Indeed see and recognize again as sometimes gloriously happens In poor life of ours that other and thisI ner man the only one fit to womans hand the man who might have been Did she see this and greet again the friend of long ago God who hath given mercy remedy alone sufficing for the that men may do lie alone may know thingsCould theseI John Law falling be John Law succeeding and In his most sublime success Upon the wreck and ruin of the old nature could there grow another and a better man May hap the answer to this was what the eye of woman saw How else could there have come Into this great room so late the scene of turbulent activi ties this vast and soothing calm 1 j How else could this mans breath como now so deep and regular and content The angels of God may know theyI who drop down the gentle heaven An hour passed by A soft tread came to the door but Henri heard no sound and saw only the prone figure of the sleeper and beside it the form of the woman who still held his hand onlandunder the mysteries of life and of love of mercy and of forgiveness And so at last the gray dawn broke again The panes of the high mullioned win dows were tinged with splashes of color The pale light crept into the room slowly revealing and lighting up its splendorsWith dawn there came Into the heart of Catharine Knollys a flood of light and Joy Why she knew not how she cared not yet she know that the shadows were gone The same tide of peace and calm might have swept Into the bosom of the man before her He stirred moved His eyes opened wide In their gaze wonder and disbelief yet hope and longing Catharine he murmured Cath amine Is It ouCatharlnel Dear KateShe bent over and softly kissed his face Dear heart she whispered Z have loved you always Awake The day has come There Is another world before us See I have come to you dear heart for faith and for love and for hope THE END A Simple Rule The structure of the tooth says the lecturer on dentistry Is arranged In sections The outer wall has feeling but Is not so highly sensitive that It will convey the sensatjon of pain It Is not until wo attack the Interior lay ers that wo reach the truly sensitive portion of the tooth and even then It is at times difficult to tell when our In struments have pierced tho nervecen ter However there Is one Infallible ruleIa close listener How may we tell when we are Inflicting pain 1 The patient jumpsJudge IMrs Peabodys Conscience o j By DOROTHY E LEONARD Oopjrl btl Mb7 Doll Story rub Co front gate fell to with a clang TilE Martha Moore turned her and looked out of the window Sakes alive ma If there aint Mss Peabody coming up the walk and Its most five oclock Mrs Moore peered out furtively behind the curtain then walked heavily Into the entry and opened the door Well Ixmlw Peabody If this aint an unexpected pleasure cried Mrs Moore In her deep voice as her visitor tolled up the steps Dear met You are all of a tremble Nothing hasnt happened has IU the smile fading from her face as she took the hard thin hand extended to her Oh nol I guess I hurried so panted the little woman The airs so bracing today I felt as If I couldnt go slow Its the ozone In It so Fanny says she added as she followed her hostess Into the sitting roomfMartha turned around and nodded cordially but did not rise I guess you excuse me under the clrcuni stances laughed she my laps pret ty full Mrs Peabody laid aside her wraps and sank Into the nearest chair her heart beating like a trip hammer The table was covered with a profusion of dainty materials and halffinished gar ments and from where she sat she could see that the work over which the girl was bending was of an elabor ate description She was sure now that the report she had heard that morn Ing was true and that Martha was going to be married to Harry Summers As she thought of It and of Harrys attentions to her own daughter Fanny during the post year her brain seemed to whirl At last she was conscious that Mrs Moore was addressing her You didnt hear me Miss Peabody Dont you want to see all weve got doneHere take this seat by the window said Martha rising you cant see well over there- By a great effort she mastered her feelings and sitting down by the win dow silently examined the articles shown to her Why this is real lace Marthy she said at last in genuine surprise Yes theres to be a whole set trimmed with that pattern put In the mother proudly but yet I do think crochet is prettier and washes better too Marthy docs do crochet wonderfulSo Fanny said Mrs Peabody flushing suddenly Dear Fan said Martha tell her to come over Saturday end see my things Walt ma dont show her the veil till I light tho lamp The lights all gone The vet would have seemed pretty to far more critical eyes than Mrs Peabodys jlut to the poor woman overwhelmed with the petty cares of a poverty stricken life It was a vision of beauty It was Impossible to Imagine It on Marthas head and Fannys deli cate beauty rose persistently before her eyes until Mrs Moore broke the silenceMr Moore and I aint never goln to tell what we paid for that veil Even Martha dont know lOft used to be considered awful bad luck to show the wedding clothes an swered her guest struggling In vain to suppress the Jealousy which surged la her heart NOh weve got beyond such nonsense now laughed Martha as she began gathering up her treasures Her plain coarse face was flushed and triumph ant Mrs Peabody could not endure to look at her I Just know how she tried to get him from Fanny the poor woman thought to herself she who has everything In the world she wants too At last it began to dawn on Mrs Moore that her visitor was very silent tad possibly bored Are Mr Peabody and the boys well r she asked Yes And Fanny We hear shes goln to have the school next year too Oh thats fine for her said Martha carelesslyMrs heart beat fast her brain was on fire I guess Fannyll be havln something else to do then beside teaching she said suggestively Why Louise you dont say I ejaculated Mrs Moore Do you mean shes keeping com pany asked Martha peering shrewd ly Into the poor womans face Yes and for the first time In her life Mrs Peabody had told a lie I dont believe IU cried the girl rudelyMarthy said her mother reprov InglyWell its awful queer nobodys beard anything about IU Mrs Peabody returned no answer She fingered the veil absently for a few minutes then rose and walked slowly to the door Well goodnight I guess Id better be gain said she and topped out bareheaded into tho dark ness Martha ran after her and laid a restraining hand on her arm Youll catch your death of cold Mis Pea body Dont mind what I said Como back and get your things on and pall drive you home- I dont see what took her so said the girl after they had helped her un resisting Into the wagon and gone back to the house Oh I guess It was the heat o the room after walking so fast returned br mother placidly but you did speak up mighty loud and sassy to her Marthy and mebb that turned her head Poor Louise Peabody Utned back IB the wagon besldo Mr Mooro In silent despair Above the certainty that liar ry had deserted her own dear daughter above her belief In Marthas perfidy loomed the Ho In all Its hideousness Mr Moores Jokes in regard to the up preaching nuptials and his Information hat Hairy Summers lute bought out his uncKs grocery business and would settle down near thorn fell upon tin heeding ears She roused at last to hiconsciousness that bo was helping her out of the wagon and after a hasty goodnight with burning cheeks and a heart like lead Mrs Peabody entered her home As tho weeks passed by It was sur prising to see how well Fanny bore up under Marthas engagement In spite of tho extra worst of the spring term she was blooming and fairly cheerful Sho never mentioned Harry nor did he come to the house but as tho days lengthened would often go oft alone for a ramble In the pine woods for nn hour or two after school com Ing back laden with violets ferns and specimens of wild flowers which she said were for her class In botany School closed on the 10th of Juno and the 11th was tho duty set for Mar thas wedding Mrs Peabody had not Intended to go but Funny Insisted upon It It will look so queer If neither of us go ma she urged and aa school only closed yesterday I dont feel like It One of the boys can drive you over and you must wear my mus lln with the lavender stripes It fits you all right and youll look tine In It So the poor mother allowed her self to be persuaded and donned tho dainty muslin but a cold cast wind having arisen she threw her old black silk mantilla over her shoulders for the drive As Mrs Peabody entered tho house her last visit there canto vividly be fore her mind and forgetting to lay aside her wrap she hurried nervously into the parlor Tho folding doors be tween the parlor and sitting room were thrown wide open and both rooms were profusely decorated with June roses and branches of the fragrant sy ringa A number of the guests had already arrived and a cheerful buzz of conversation greeted her ears as she sank timidly upon tho sofa beside the ministers wife The clock struck four and all eyes were turned expectantly toward the hall door but there was no sign of the bridal party Mrs Peabody could hardly keep the tears back as she thought of Fanny but she clinched her andIoneIdown the hall and the door was openedIts a boy with a note exclaimed a young girl who sat near the door The guests could endure the sus pense no longer but begau to converse pxcltodly In loud whispers Suddenly a swish of silken klrU was hoard on the stairs and a tall whiteveiled fig ure entered the room All of tho wom en trembled and one screamed Martha Moore threw back her veil and looked proudly around the room Her large plain face was almost as white as her bridal gown but she held her head up and eyed her guests defiantly Will you please to walk out and have some refreshments said she There nlnt going to be any wedding this afternoon but I guess youll find the cake Just as good As she turned to lead the way to tho dining room her eye fell upon Mrs Peabody Instantly her whole manner changed Her tall figure grow rigid her eyes dilated and stretching out one hand toward her she screamed Oh you wicked deceitful woman How dare you to come here this afternoon 1 Youve known this all along Mrs Peabody trembled and clung to the friendly hand of the minister wife Her breath came In quick minister lartha1armMiss Martha he said kindly but firmly you forget yourself She shook him off Impatiently The tears were now streaming down her cheeks but she did not heed them Here Fanny Peabodys been a plotting all along to run oft with my young man the day of my wedding just to shame me because I tried to get him away from herjust as If I hadnt a right And then to send mo a note and tell me they are leaving for Boston on the 345 tralnl Ill show em I dont care Her voice rose to a scream Ob Marthyt Marshy Dont go on so sobbed her mother pushing her way through the crowd to her daughters side but Martha heeded her not And then for that deceitful old woman to dare to come hero thin after noon she cried almost pathetically when shes been fh the plot all along and had the cheek to tell me Fanny was keeping company Mrs Peabody started forward from her seat Oh It want a He It want a ltel she cried I told em when I come out here most three months ago that Fanny was keeping company be cause I was so Jealous that Marthad got Harry away from her Out I didnt know t was true I thought It was a lie and It seemed as if It would most kill mo her face was radiant through her tears Martha turned coldly from her and controlling herself by a great effort again Invited her guests to como out and partake of the wedding cake She led the way and the guests followed her one by one until Mrs Peabody and the minister were left alone I think you and I wo not needed here tonight Mrs Peabody said lie kindly you had better lot me drive you hono And taking her hand he led her from the room and helped her still trembling but happy and relieved Into tho carriage DR V H HOBSON l Dentist JA 5RSSnir Richmond Ky Safoguard tho Child ron Notwithstanding all that is done by boards of health and charitably Inclined persons tho death rate among smallchildren is very high during the hot weather of the summer mouths in tho largo cities Thero not probably one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be cured by tho timely use of Chum bcrlainrt Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist 9rUT PR S rr sorInntnWIwsrsfarriI pubuhru till 10 r hNllaa4 rtenorllalnly iOfpiR Good Bathing It often followed by severe Sunburn Iaracaiupli draws out the fire of Sun burn prevents blistering relieves tho pain instantly and heals quickly without an ugly scar Dont fail to carry a bottle of Iaracamph with you ou your vacation n II Good Meslment irt I wilt vnd t ITITKLKGItAlMI OIMUtATING A fa dnatln itodjr that will mbie you to Tarn NendturmFTelrraphCatalog which banqnlu TarletyoC CIlU or for aik CataloiVIMTTHIna rllCTXIOL IaN Jirr tr PNONCtll lODIIVIllC Tight Shoos Make soft corns hard corns and bun ions hurt Paracamph will relieve tho pain instantly draw out the in comISTOP THOSE RATTLING SPOKES and loose Urn Rrmemlicr we hays a machine that eels tire cold No chipJIon a hard dry surface EUarnntwU or your money back 25o for buggy wheels HOc for wagon wheels Horseshoeing GOc everything furnished We know no competition Call and see ui AZBILL BROS Berea and Big Hill Pike REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homey woven goods such M bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blanket etc at follow ing prices Corarlids 14 to 161 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dross Linsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural browa wool or bark dyes I9 a pair White Unsay and white blanket are not In demand onlon orders Coverlids must be 2 yard 72 jnches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 pin For Information apply In perS- OD or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham BerM Ky Chamborlalns Colic Cholora and Dlarrhooa Romody This rrnudy to certain to ho needed in almost every home before the sum mer Is over It csu always be do pended upon overt in the most severs und dangerous cases It in onpecinlly valuable for summer disorders In chil tired It is pleasant to take and never fails to give prompt relief Why not buy it nowt It way save life For sale br S Eelcli Jr Druggist Buggyor Carriage r Harness WEATHER and time FINE invite you to drive profit J lookas well M tka rest your turnout or it it ofJanti thus detract from appearanceIf way out of it S ltct a now sot of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Large Stock nt IUItonlllblnRIroal101l11l lo price However if youJ difidn to crake your old har IH M do lot us put it iu good repair for you It wont cottt much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky L 4 Working Night and Day Thu busiest and mightiwtt little thing that over wan made Dr ItlllgINow Life Pills These pills change y rIntoSold by the East End Drug Co fjiH MONUMENTS Urn Mdatns IltwrpPtOrcnlU and MtrbU fWork of all kind done In a workmnnlikn manner at rca onabU prices andwith dispatch Allwork guar tuttmd b- yGOLDEN I FLORA RICHMOND Ky nrorI o nd tolllnalltrNLI No Pity Shown For years fate was after mo continuously writes F A Gullodgo Verbena Ala had a terrible caw of Piles causing 21 tumors When all failed Bucklons Arnica Salvo cured me Equally good for Burns and all IIaches and pains Only 2Cc nt the East End Drug Co 1 t GOING TO THE WORLDS FAilI ST LOUIS AT H USE TH- EIENDERSON ROUTE J THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLEBEYOND FREEIRECLINING CHAIR CARS Official Route For Kentuckians To ST LOUIS Ask for our rates CEO L GARRET L I IRWIN Tray Pastr Art On PaasrAgLL- OUISVILLE KY lTHAI WOKE FEELING TIRED DULL ANDIIBlUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE brlpbtandhappyWriteDR DENZINGER Baltimore Md ITHECITIZEN Ir THrlJBNNIB LESTER HILL l141torI HHHMiHHHH iI Iv IlF1 Some Good Old Games Iliac pXMoPlunto lxkimiiiikr to find out what children havo always known Unit thero to a Kriiit deal of ediica lion in playing Annies Tim gill or IxiyJ who quickest and nuwt aotivu in till Kimirs at 1lliiy lime ix the out who ollght to lx IxHt ill Inn Kcliool work SoinctiincH though ono may INf autivi in lily but lay in mind anti wiU not mako hiniHclf try to get hm IwAoiw Hum art HOIIKJ old old gaiuitt that Imvo driven till lai liens from tho minds and IxxlitH of Hclux Lliildrcn for agtH guetw Hopping Iases 111IlJrIiIlHenter their haws fonnitl hy n lino drawn list length of the ground knell player thou folds IH arms hops on ono leg mind tries to Hut into the opMMiti IIIIMI The vanquished one rutireH from the gain and the victor returns to aid his own party Tin game is won liy UIOHO who while hopping take entire psswssiouof the opjHxite Should any player drop tin leg he is out of the gain Ming Cactar- Dnnv two IKIKCH with a wide 1111- 11IHtWIl1I them All the players hta tiou themselves in one haM except out lay to la King Caesar and IIdII1Iito run from one hose to the other and till king tries to catch them Whenever Ju takes one he claps him on time head and Grits Crown lint King Caesar and lie must assist the t Brit king in catching the rest each of whom as he is taken joins the royal Iinrty iHtoIimeLI Draw n line on till ground at a little distance from a fence or wall to form the iMjunds laid within which one of the players as till stag stations himself ho thou springs out with his hands firmly chiH fd togoth iir and endeavors to touch one of the other players who all run from him Should he mircevtl in touching one tillIfofHIIIHH IH School IJO W18T DIHSMORB Editor i ltHHHHHHHH Opening Exercises Otto of tho many tiring that n tfiichur should novir fail to iniprotis tint minds of tin pupils in till piiUNuro and rownnl dorivod from riglit iloiiif ThO question How can no do thin iiuwt Hiictitwftilly r Tho following m a plan I havo tried in my school unit I know it law dour much gixxl In tho inoriiiiij ou singiuIHinging std HOIIIO good inoinory gtin alongWhenof right doing wo should endeavor to show hint wherein ho ix wrong and seek to took him willing mod over roaily to cram back to the way of right doing without loiiig forced to i do If wo can in HOIIIO way show that that wo feel an intorent in that wlmtorur a teacher nayit hm good in most cases wo 1hillllllll tho confidenco of timid pupil an infliieiico over him that for much good Niunu sonic thlltI1pupil roj eat it to you Notu tho ex jireHHiou on his face Now conies tho hrtalklllgJ cause liiin to sit that lie Is in tho wrong and that tho only way to bo happy in to do right she may have trylugrightJessieGfie A Good lareitmeHt Oallla county 0 Issued bonds rev era years ago for mncadanilzlng tho county roads Since then 153 miles of plimlld road have been built at a cost of 1335000 and bonds were Issued to that amount According to tho pub lished statement of time auditor of tho county the Increase In taxation on account of these bonds was only 25 cents on 100 valuation Tho farmers con the boat Investment that tho t1county has ever made as they ore ena tiled to get to market at any season of the year and can haul very heavy loads with case Before tho roads were Im proved during winter seasons It eras almost ImnoMiblo to haul half a load ver total HH MHWHHHHIHIH- t The Farm SILAS CHBBVKH MASON Editor hHHHH + I +11 I H HH CABBAGE PESTS Hoot tmiKKolH give considerable trou bio In milling Kiouunt In talky see llotiN of tin1 iiiiintry Tint vu bin me or nut Isll iiuiKVot nod till onion iiniKKct which limy ht trvntiil an practically of rodeIashes and iinluim KxpcrlnutilH curried on liiNt Hiiiiiiucr nt tin Camilla oxporl incnliil antis with the object of pro ducing early tobumi unit vcKitahlcH of- high imllty arc lutirottlm In this nmmrtloii An IncloNiiru wan made uf a Unlit framework of wood six feet In height and evened top timid Hides with chwKecloth Ylthln this were planted tohucvu and various kinds of IJIluhhlI lhlll- h Ill II rohoe- tloll not only hastened the- maturity o- fplants but wholly pruvent set the lucks of various Inv jurlous Insects ltadixtiemi one lOlls cabbages CAIIIIAUK uauouTmild cauliflower 113 mHKKol and pupa uevelojied well ciu I tlxi t and mind were entire enluriirOJ jr free ruin root maggots There was no trouble destructivetIIIK device HtiMiiisI a sore inenim of w curiiiK jwrfeet condition In vegetables mulch an caullllower cubhiiwM rudUhen onloiiM and other of inolorato height that usually nufTrr from limed depreda tloim Instead of the tent Kurdenen CMUld line on eanlly inado light Yuan work thrii frt hlKli nail three feet gardenstie en tirely killed out root innnkotH In three days by the of wilt One limn dug nrouiul time roots of the cabbage ex posing the maggots n strand hued following after him applied a pinch of unit on Ine coarse Malt ns can be procured to the iiinRKOta and a third put hnck the earth isomer iippllcatlon nountimes usoil In the souse WRY U n half teacupful of n strong decoction of pyrethrum pow der tour ounces to the gallon of wa ter It U poured around the rootn of tact plant after drawing the earth away right down to the rootletn The earth In then punned back UKuln Dlxko of tarred paper are oonnldered out of the btttt preventive 1laut lice of various kinds have been very nliiindant during a few seasons punt The cabbaKe and the turnip have their particular pent In this flue known Aphln branidcue John Fletcher the Canadian entomologist revomineudu that the Insert be looked for when cab baee plants In Runletm ate being culti vated and as an the first colonlcn appear which will probably bo Into In July or In August they should be ate tended to at once before they Increase In number Whale oil soap a pound In six gal Ions of water or the ordinary one to nine dilution of kerosene emulsion If sprayed thoroughly will destroy the aphis In turnip fields where by far the greatest nmoutit of Injury U done those engaged In thinning and hoeing should be constantly on the watch for InfeHted plants which may at that time hoed out anti destroyed This tora cult outbreak The eggs of this insect are laid on the turnip tops Into In autumn This BUR OADDAOB Arms n and 2 pale 3 and I wtnulea female 2 pad 4 enlarged gcsts tho advisability of plowing down deeply nil tops which are cut from the trots at the time of harvesting In au tumn so as to destroy the eggs In fields of cabbages where also eggs are laid the saute practice should prevail when the cabbages cannot be fed or are too poor to store for feed purposes Moot Obitrncllon to Drain As fur as known the roots of grasses grains and annual field crops do not obstruct underdraln but this Is not the case with Homo trees Among them are the willows water clin tamarack and sometimes the soft maple which In a short time will fill the drain with a mass of root hairs even when they are growing fifty feet distant from the line of tho drain Some field drains under ordinary conditions contain no water during n considerable portion of tho growing season Those drains which are fed by springs or have a continual flow through theta ore more subject to obstruction trout the roots of trees than drains which are dry for a part of tho year Where there hi renson to suspect that there will be difficulty with tree roots the joints of tho tiles near the trees should lie securely cemented It is safe to say that all willows and water elms growing within fifty feet of any Ute drain should be destroyed Irrespective of tbt aow of water la the sail Ball Club Sold Augusta Ga July 20Tho Augusta baseball club In tho South Atlantic league was sold by Con Strouthcra to Harlan Wingard of Augusta Tho prlco paid for tho franchise and all rights was loss than f1000 Tho club has boon playing poor ball Charged With Manslaughter New York July 20A charge ot manslaughter was preferred against William T Richards tho station agent at Mldvalo N J and Ernst Keller flagman on the excursion train which was wrecked on the Erie railroad near Mldvale July 10 Baltimore Shipping Wheat Wet Haltlmore July 20For the first time slnco J877 Baltimore has been called upon to ship wheat to tho west Approximately 100000 bushels of No 2 southern red wheat have been for wardod to millers as far west as Cin cinnati Worlds Amateur Record Salt Lako Utah July 20Emtl Agraz a California amateur Tuesday night clipped 17 seconds oft tho worlds amateur flvomllo bicycle record made by Hurley on tho Vallsburg track Agra rodo tho distance la 1039 Sentenced to Death St Louis July 20Lambert Nle haus convicted of killing Thomas Flucgcl on December 20 last was Tuesday sentenced to hang on Sep timber Tho attorneys for Niehaus will appeal his case to the supreme court Highest Temperature of the Year Now York July OThe hot wove which struck the city Monday brlag lag death and prostration Increased Tuesday to the highest toinpatura of of the year and added five more vic tims to the death list tHE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati July 19nourWlnter patent f505O526 fancy M6GO4tl5 family f375O4 extra f3G325 low grade f70290 spring patent f5O C30 fancy U25460 family 1385 O410 Northwestern rye f376CT390 Wheat New wheat good quotable at about f on track Old scarce and nominal Corn Sales Yellow ear good track 68c No 8 mixed with oats track 610616 No 2 yellow track 64c No3 whlto track GSa ye Jected white track 48c rejected mix ed track 47c do very poor track 40c Data Sales No2 mlxod with corn track 41c No t whlto track 43c rejected white track 40yc Chicago July 19Wbeat6l0 2 red f102 No3 red old 9c0f 105 No 2 hud 94Q98c No 3 bard 830 94c No1 Northern fl04100 No 2 Northern 98cJfl04 No spring OCf98c CoraNo2 43yO50c No 3 494c OatsNo2 37c No 3G4fc Live Stock Cincinnati July 19 Cattle Ilcayy stecra choice to extra f54067G fair to good 0 0535 butcher steers oxtra f526 good to choice 4500 515 helfera oxtra light dryfed 510 0625 good to choice f42G0G cows extra f386 425 good to choice f325 Q375 Calves Fair to good light fGGG choice to extra f626C60 Hoga Good to cholco packers and butchers f5850695 mixed packers f576058G light shippers 5550 580 pigs f616O660 Convict Labor In FcBMflraiila Tho people and olUclals of Washing ton county Pa are well pleased with the plan of working jail prisoners on the public roads which has been In op oration about two months and has proved Its feasibility and advantages says Good Roads Magazine1 Too pris oners are pleased with It also and wel come the days when they march to the stone quarries or the roads They of course receive no pay for their work but their flues are remitted so that they only have to work out their than sentences The wOrk Is done under contract with tho township of South Strabane which pays ta day for the services of the necessary guards furnish ee dinner to the prisoners and pays transportation charges If tho work Is more than two miles from the jail It costs the township about 15 cents a perch for quarrying the stone which lr then crushed by a stone crusher and placed on the roads by tho prisoners This work Is not In competition with free labor but takes tho place of the old method of working out tho road tax by tho farmers and with far better results as the roads so built are perma nently Improved C M Mullins B F Goforth The New Grocers We have added to our stock of groceries the beet line of Uptodate Ladles and Mens Shoes and Mens Work Shoes ever offered in Berea Our stock is clean and new and we can buyforCome and examine before buying elsewhere Mullins Goforth Main Street Berea Ky X5000000CASH LION COFFEEthe Regular Free Premiums 4 howWould You J Illke ex Check Like This II WI Havi Awirliil 2000000 IICoffee Packages and a a cent tamp entitle you In addition to t the regular free premiums torjone vote The acent atamp cov 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Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts A Mk kMk oaUlelag 7 xoelUnt receipts ftp sslai the Feed nalltd free ta any address l- ooPirard by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY Chicago Illinois 000000000000000000000000000000000000000o o 0 o For the convenience of our subscribers in sending us money wo print tho blank below 0 0 o o TilE CITIZEN Berea Ky Enclosed fund to apply on subscription account j o Sc o Nalco Tostoflicn Stato J- 0o If you send 100 to pay for TilE CITIZEN 0110 year you can cast 100 votes for each of your o favorite candidates in our Free Scholarship contest described on pago 5 If you solid CO cents for g six mouths subscription you get 50 votes foreach If you send litcents to pay for three mouths you gut 25 votes o-o 0 0 i I vote for Mr of KO Co o rt t 0- o t40 0 0 000000000000000000000000000000000000000 The Citizens IncFiNoiNT FAMILY Nlwlluna roblUhtd trtry Thursday t serve Xf JAMES M RACER Edltoi sad Publish UBBOBIITIOM nATB8 ADTAXCBO pee MTktMRead moncrby Postone sConr Ordrt Bs pIATtu Vt alMr your am shows lo wba4 tat year subsoriptloi L paid If It Is art oeilaabser4braMast notify ui at tilt zptraUon of thair sub Isrlptlon paring all swan oth rwlM WI atall Kosldcr that thy with It continued Kotlfr at t oMxofiuiy ohaivrtjlm ymt 1ntlInD both old mud nsw addrouea- MlMlng Knmben dOl to wrapven eomlnf the malls or oihtrwlM wm gladly b sup pled If we an AotUIe4 AK BU Wanted In every Write for ysirlybscrlptloasans Jar BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All aerTioo fintolua pricesMerchant shop Ifl connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCou Ice Cream All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California ErulU Early vegetables jt J It Phone JOES No 58 Select Grocer and Oatflrsr Jces Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist OLBcOver Printing offic- BCBKA KT Open Every Day from 9 oclock I m until 4 oclock p m A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables- a specialty ICE COLD LEMONADE and POP OPPOSITE BDRDETTEB TILL Beret Ky Wm LunsfordGe- neral Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted Bon Bona in neat i pound boxes East End Drug Co Main St Berea Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solioied T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea PnoNK No 73 Miller House flUId up Ifeali end Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joe R G Enf lt Prop Main St Riohmond Ky Williams I bttr prep 4d tkM arse to do year WATCH CLOCK QDN sod GENERAL BEFARINO promptly Clean I leg lad Fmtiiff a apMUHj wI dwnatesd- W A Williams Wig itrw Ir11Ct 1U1Jy tIlt Ijitiblirr1puui- Irarlirx 4nul runiziBy MISS MARGARET A HALEY Prctldsnt of the National Federation of Tesehcr iifiHE public school as a branch of the public service is not receiving from the public the moral and financial support it must receive to accomplish its purpose The teachers throughout the United States arc awakening to the realiza tion of this fact through their own sufferings caused by the following conditions Greatly increased cost of living together with the constant demand for higher standards of scholarship aid professional attainments and culture which must be met with practically stationary and wholly inade quate salaries insecurity of tenure of office and no provision for oIl age and lastly lack of recognition of a teacher as an educator due to the increased tendency towards factoryizing education making the teacher an automaton a mere factory hand whose duty it is to carry out mechanically and unquestionably the ideas and orders of those clothed with the authority of position who may or may not know the needs of the teacher or how to minister to them The individuality of the teacher and her power of initiative are thus destroyed and the result is courses of study regulations and equipment which the teachers not only have had no voice in selecting but which often have no relation to the childrens needs and which prove a hindrance instead of a help in teachingIt that the public understand the effect which teaching under these conditions is having upon the education of the children This information can be brought to the attention of the public only through the teachers and the teachers can work effectively only through organization Where are those who think of the welfare of the children and their needs as separate from those of the teachers They think ol any organization for the bettering of the teachers conditions as something selfish and wholly apart from the interests of the children and the people if not positively opposed to the latter While the immediate object of organization may be the bettering of the achers conditions both teachers and public must realize that the nltinia u end is the better ment of the service Any organization of teacher whose object and methods are not in harmqpy with the best interests ol the children and the schools must eventually work its own destruction Through intelligent and organized effort to better the conditions of teaching will come better understanding of the relatiou of the public school to the community The relation is still too often comprehended by the teachers and public in but one of its respects the viz ds a means of acquiring facility in the Rs Important as this work is ll is merely accidental to the great object of the public school and a means to an end not an end in itself A grave responsibility rests on the public school teachers and one which no fear of opposition or misunderstanding excuses them from meeting It is to organize for the purpose of securing conditions that will make it possible for the public school as a democratic institution to perform its proper function in the social organism which is the preservation and development of the democratic ideal Not only must the teachers themselves organize but to work most effectually for and through the public school they must learn to cooperate withexisting organizations in every field whose object is the public good At no time in our nations history have the needand opportunity for suchcooperation effort been so great Organization is the recognized method of all intelligent effort today I do not think It wise wUtt It 5Wl 2lt Allao tell ones the whole self truth The whichBy13ng aroun us a certain curiosity which makes a woman more interesting and which would be lost ware the whole truth known about her She would not be half as fascinating half as attractive were she to tell the whole truth about herself Conventionalities force us to tell white lies Form and social customs forbid us to speak the truth at all times For my part I would always be bluntly honest always strike out from the shoulder but I can not How many times the society woman as well as the actress acts a lie How often one is wearied almost beyond endurance and yet one must hide that weariness and smile and be gay because ones duty as hostess demands it of us How often we must simulate a laugh when we would weep or weep when we ould laugh The whole world is a stage Women must act a part must conceal their real feeelinga or give offense One cannot always consider ones self one must consider the feelings of others and oftentimes to spare another we must Ke Aye and we have more power over our fellow men when we conceal something When we give just a touch of mystery just a suspicion that we are keeping something back we create a curiosity to know more of us to probe deep enough to solve the riddle of what we arc hiding and we become of greater importance in consequence Ifwe told the truth about ourselves if we were all perfect then what would be the need churches and ministerial preachments and exhortations to be good Besides I do not think men crave to know the whole truth about a woman The spice of mystery which something withheld adds to puzzleshistain is hidden from him and while thus mystified he is interestedWere the woman to tell the whole truth of how absolutely without mystery or past or hidden faults andvirtues she is he would turn from her con temptuously and declare Lc jeu ne vaut pas la chandelier trtUunU5ttt55 By DR WILLIAM H P PAUNCE President of Brawn University The American nation is regarded by impartial observers as agile rather than profound in intellect Whatever the goalwe arrive there while other peoples aw considering how to start Yet we stand outside the realm of ripened wisdom and assurance and stable conviction The men of our time are more attached to expedients than to theWalgig THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for July 24 1004 Jehosha- phats Beform Prepared by the Hlghwny and By way Preacher Copyright n1 by J M Kdion a Chron 19111 LESSON TlXTIAnd Johoihnphat the turned to his house In peace to Jerusalem 5 And Jehu the ion of Ilananl the seer went out to meet him and said to King Jehoshaphat Shouldut thou help the un godly and love them that hate the Lord therefore Is wrath upon thee from before the Lord a Nevertheless there lire good things found In the In that thou hast taken away the groves out of the land and hut prepared thine heart to seek Cod And Jehoshophat dwelt at Jerusalem and he went out again through the people from Deenncba to Mount Ephralm nnd brought them back unto thi Lord God of their fathers 6 And he set judges In the land through out all the fenced clUes of Judah city by city end said to the judges Take hoetl what ye do for ye judge not for man but for the Lord Who Is with you In the Jude mmtIupon you s no Iniquity with the Lord our God nor respect of persons nor taking of gifts 8 Moreover In Jerusalem did Jehosha phat set of the Levlt and of the print and of the chief of the father of lIrlltlifor the Judgment of the Lord and troversles when they returned to Jerusa tem 9 And he charged them saying Thus shall ye do In the fear of the Lord fllbIfully and with a perfect heart10 And what cause solver thai come to you of your brethren that dwell In their cities between blood and blood between law and commandment statutes and Judgments ye shall even warn them that they trespass not against the Lord and to wrath come upon you and upon your brethren this do and 1i shall not trespass And behold Amarlah the chief priest is over you In all matters of the Lord and Zebadfah the ion of Isbmael the ruler orI the house of Judah for alt the kings mat tens also the Levitts shall be olllcers be fore you Deal courageously and the Lord shall be with the good TUB LESSON Include 2 Cbron 1TW Kings ULDEN TEXT Deal courageously and the Lord shall be with the good 3 Chron 1911 TIME Jehoshaphat began to reign In C Lesson events occurred In tentieth year of hiss reig- nILACIJuullfm and Jude- aInRSOSJeboabaphat and the seer Jehu Events in Judah Jehoshaphats righteous and prosperous relgn2 Chron Jehoshoptmts unholy alliance with Ahab 2 Chron IS tnt of the Leswn Chap Jcboshaphats miraculous over Moab and Ammon Chap 010IJfhoihaphals second wlcki0 alliance with IsraelChap 20tt enIturtVaAhab was killed In battln with the Syrl ani against whom he had gone when hiperuatfed Jehoxhaphat to Join forces with him The lesson today occurred after Ahab death All of the Interesting history of KIJnhi the 1rophet which will be considered In the lessons for August and September occurred during Jehoahupbat reign Comparing Scripture with Scripture Jehu the seer went out tc meet hlmThe some prophet who had rebuked Uaaiha king of Israel1Kings 161 God repeatedly sent Ills prophets to rebuke IIln in high places See Sam 1310 2 Sam 121 1 Kings 131 Kings 171 eta Pa 1038 butls1039 Shouldest thou help the ungodly and love them that hate the Lord t Eph 511 2 Cor 61417 2 John 1011 This ungodly alliance probably led later to the marriage of Jehoshaphats ton Jehoram to Ahabs daughter2 Chron 216 Nevertheless there are good things found in thee SoeJehoshaphatn splen did record In 2 Chron 17 God la always ready to see the good and give due credit He went out aJalnSIt 2 Chron 1779 In the prosperity of the king dom and the Interest of theking in other things the early reforms had undoubtedly lapsed as they do today We need to remember 1 Cor 1568 Brought them back unto the Lord Dan 125 Jas 520 Rom 151 Set judges In the landThlll means his reappointment of commissioners of public instruction mentioned In Chap 1779 Perhaps wl new powers and a large staff of assistants Take heed what yo doforge Judge not for man but for the Lord who Is with you In the Judgment This would be a good text to hang over the desk of every Judge in the land today Much of the evil In Israel had arisen from dill honorable Judges Comp 1 Sam 813 with vs 4 and 5 Moreover Jehoshaphat did not rest content with educational and Judicial reforms Ho reestablished the religious functions of the priests and Levltcs charging them to serve In the fear of the Lord faithfully and with a perfect heart Reform must go deeper than mere externalities if It Is to be perma nent and effective The heart Is the place to start every reform forMatt 1519Deal courageously It takes a brave man to be a reformer Matt 52930 Matt 1023 Make no compromise God In dealing with sin accepts noth ing but unconditional surrender He never temporizes Dare we Deal courageously therefore for the Lord shall be with the good This lesson furnishes striking example of this and this promise was renewed by Jesus In Matthew 281820 and John 1423 Seed Thoughts Three points about God are empha sized in this lesson No iniquity wit- hIUmDeut 324 Rom 914 No re spect of persons Acts 1034 Rom 2 11 Eph 69 1 Peter 117 and No tak ing of gifts Man cannot bribe God The Prophets rebuke WM followed by J ho haphatB repentance the evidences of which were 1 Contrition sorry for fin 2 Confession admission of sin S Conversion turning from sin 4 Restitution making amends u far I possible for sin Measure the qual ity of your repentance by U fourfold tee THE PRICE OF A FATHER Two Little Girls and the Bargain They Tried to Drive with the Saloonkeeper An idle group of men sat drinking in Dill Henrys barroom when the door was pushed open and two little figures tugging at a big basket made their way Into the room writes Julia V Dcano in Union Signal Barbarajshe asked the question Im llarbarn Dabney James Ilecchcr Dabney hub my father and this is Juan my little sister Weve come over to see you UUIour em Joan dived into tho bottom of the basket and produced two Iron banks that rattled with their wealth of cop per coin Hero they are This la mine and this ones Joans she saver moron I do And if thats not enough theres lot of other things In here Barbara added quite out of breath A queer look passed over tho mans face The men In tho room had stopped their talking and laughing to paten What is It all about tho man r Ut BAIIIAllAiasked grainy What la it you what for all this trash t Talnt trash sold Barbara with spirit Then more mildly Its this way Wo want our papa back as htl used to be Folks they say that he owed you something and then to pay it he jet sold hlsielf to you and now you get ell his money and everything and his brains too Thats what they said aint It And she turned to Joan Joan nodded n solemn Yes Talnt far from wrong either It was a mans voice from tho other sldo of tho room that spoke The saloon keeper scowled Youve got it mixed some way ho said I dont own your pa and if ho comes In- hero for drink now and then taint my fault and I cant help II Thats Just business Hero he Is now Tho voice from the other sldo of the room exclaimed And there stood James Dabney look ling with amazement at the two small girls The voice broke the silence that followed his appearance Theyre yourn all right Jim Its no vision youre seeing Theyre tome to make a bargain with IJllly here for you and to give up all theyre got to buy you backwhat there is left of you but IJllly here he says ho dont own you Nows your time to speak up like a man Say is IJllly right Dont he1 own you Jim Dabneys face lashed Then it grew palo and stern as the whole situation Hashed upon him No he almost thundered he dont own mo nor does any other man and glaring about him defiantly he hurried the two little girls out of the door grasping In a strong hand the big bas ket That very night Jim Dabney stood on his feet in a gospel temperance meeting and repeated tho words in a manly voice No sir that saloon keeper doesnt own me any more nor docs any other man I learned something this after noon from my two blessed lassies I aint my own to sell for beer or whisky Ive been bought with n price and I aint no business to sell myself or give myself away for noth ing After this if the Father li- ptherehe raised his hand toward Heaven will help mo Im goln to count on being owned first by Him and then by those two blessed youngsters and their mother A Dying Message Oh I wish I couid throw open the windows and call In all tho boys who are smoking cigarettes and warn them against IL I would love to live long enough to walk through the streets and see that no men or boys were using cigarettes or intoxicating drinksThese were the dying words of Fred Speer a young man only 22 years old gasped out as he was slowly breathing his last Young Speer had led almost a model life the cigarette habit being his one fault He never touched liquor In any form but constantly puffed on cigarettes smoking a large number neb day lie died December 29 at Martlnsvllle of consumption caused by tho exoe ales ue of facets HENRY GRADY ON RUM Arraignment of the Deadly Stuff by the Late Eloquent South ern Editor Tonight it enters a humble home tc strike the roses from a womans cheek tnnd tomorrow It challcnbca this repub i lie In tho halls of congress Today It strikes a crust from the lips of a starving child and tomorrow levies tribute from the government it selfThere Is no cottage humble enough totescape It no palace strong enough to shut It out It defies tho lawn who It cannot coerce suffrageIt to cajole but merciless In victoryIt tho mortal enemy of peace anIIorder tho despoiler of men and terror of women the cloud that shadows the face of children the demon that has dug more graves and sent more souls un shrived to Judgment than all the pee thence that have wasted lift slnco God sent tho plagues to Kgypt and nil the wars slnco Joshua stood beyond Jericho It comes to ruin and It shall profit mainly by tho ruin of your SOUl sad mineIt comes to mislead human souls and to crush human hearts under Its rumbling wheels It comes to bring grayhaired moth ers down In shame and sorrow to their graves It romoa to change tho wifes lovo Into despair and her pride Into shame It conies to still the laughter on the lips of little children It comes to stifle all the music of the home and fill It with silence and denotation It comes to ruin your body and mind to wreck your homo and it knows it must measure Its prosperity by the swiftness and certainty with which It wrecks this world CLERICAL INVESTORS Many Clergymen of Great Britain Are Shareholders In Breweries and Distilleries Tho churches of Great Britain arn generally suppoied to be In sympathy with the temperance movement hence it Is surprising to learn that in the registers of Kngland Scotland and Ire land 1154 clergymen are shareholdIers In tho liquor trade Of 940 are clergymen of the Church of England Church of Scotland 16 Non- Conformists 9 Roman Catholic lOt and others denominations not given 86 In addition to these personal hold lags there are 616 who hold as trus tees making 1670 reverend gentlemenIwho have an Interest In amounting to more than M000000 it Is said however that no bishop of tho church has anything to do with thcso liquor shares and It is unfortunate + that their example Is not followed by all the clergy The list of titled personages men and women who are financially Inter ested In the liquor trade Is an appalling one Union Signal NOTES AFIELD A glass of Prevention Is better than a barrel of Cure National Advocate The number of teetotal mayors In England and Wales Is ascertained to bo over C- OInternal revenue figures show that during tho plot year Minnesota bought beer stamps representing almost a million barrels of beer Tbo Total Abstinence society ot Denmark has decided to open up a temperance hotel In Copenhagen and a piece of property has been bought for that purpose at a cost of 110000 Twelve hundred working permits have been Issued for children between the ages of 11 und 16 years by parent In Milwaukee In almost every Instance on account of tho fathers being ad dicted lo the use of Intoxicants Abstinence is a wellknown char acteristic of tho Jewish Immigrant and It formed ono of tho complaints against him lodged with tho Allen commission appointed In England by tho members of parliament namely that In the quarters In which thoy hallIsettled In largo numbers many pot houses long established closed for want of custom Tho 16000 saloons of New York city claim to give away each year 12000 000 worth of lunches If that says the Brooklyn l axle Uie saloonsjcut a larger figuro in tho relief of povierty than do most of the societies Still that Is not why they exist Hardly remarks the New York Times The Times is correct i Free lunches are not furnished to re lieve poverty but to Increase buslnens The saloons would not food If It did not Increase tho profileion expensive drinks Chicago Ad vance Hospitals for Inebriates The Iowa legislature has pasted ft law appropriating 120000 for tho establishment of a state hospital for the caro and control of inebriates Tho work will begin Immediately Ono sec tion of tho law makes It a misdemean or to bo punished by one of 500 and not less than six months Imprison ment to furnish any patient spirits or drugs except by order of the physician Also tho same fine and imprisonment to anyone who sells or gives any dis charged patient spirits or drugs Pa tients aro to bo let out on parole sad be returned at any time should they 4trelapse rThe Preachers and Temperance- If preachers had fought the devil se hard over whisky as they have one another over water the world would bo a good deal nearer Heav aiUmllorrk 1 DO NOT NEGLECT TILING Its the Only Way in Which Thou sands of Acres of Laud Can Be Improved Permanently The wonderful effort resulting from ft system of Ulo drainage as seen on many farms should bo an Incentive to increasing lateral In this work That thero should bo mUD Improvement oft this kind In a now and unimproved country where land IB comparatively cheap Is not surprising It Is not however so easy to understand why people aro so slow to make such Im provements In the older sections of the country whoro land Is high t That there is a Very largo amount of land In those older Bottled portions of the country that would bo greatly Improved by a good system of tiling there can bo no question A farmer living In western Now York writing to the Rural Now Yorker says Even hero In wostern Now York referred to by many as tho garden of the state thousands of acres that am not In proper condition are each year plowed and planted to crops nor can they bo expected to afford favorable results unless nature In some un usual manner renders assistance The wellknown excuse or objection to this system of work made by far too many t Is the expense to bo Incurred not only for the Ulo itself but for the labor re quired additional to that of the reg ular farm labor Hut a large part of such dralnago work does not require highly skilled I and expensive labor for Its perform ance The farmer and his regular help can do It when they cannot work In the fields In a place where the fall Is so aUght and the work so difficult as to require such help the Improvement that will result will many times pay for Its cost On a great many farms there are many days throughout the season when little profitable work Is done and when the time could be spent at such work us tiling to very treat advantage Iralrle Farmer AN ADDITION FOR PLANTS Artistic Idea That Can Be Carried Out at Small Expense by Lovers of Flowers When Increased room for house plants Is sought by building onto the side of the house an addition such as shown Is the most attractive A shed roof or short double roof has not the dignity of ap Durance of a aal roofed square addl A nooM JIOU Till ILANIU tlon The roof may have slope enough givenIa simple baluX Trade about the top The windows may bO put on three sides or on two sunny sides The addition may be heated from furnace of boiler In the cellar or by a small oil stove Curtains on the Inside to draw down at night will help to retain the tjcat T E Hurry In Farm and Homo Offered Big Trout for Fee The queerest fee I over had offered to mo was by an old farmer up In Monroe county said a prominent physician who Is also something of a sportsman I was up there last year for tho trout fishing and ono evening I was summoned from the hotel where wonlIdenly boon taken III After I had vied her up her husband said to me Doc I dont know what your charge Is but I aint got no ready cash about me Ill tell you what Ill do though See that well over there Theres one o tho finest trout you over see In that there well an If you can ketch him hes yourn I had no tackle with me and as I had to return to tho city the next morning I missed the opportunity to collect my fee Philadelphia Record Queer methods of Dairying A report from Consul Lcsplnosao Tuxpam Mexico describes the quaint t methods of dairying In practice In ti at modIor swashed about In a bottlo until tho butter forms This sells for a dollar a pound silver and Is neither good IsIcoarseioral days forming an Insipid spongy mass an Inch thick and five Inches in diameter worth from 12 to IS cents I Mr Lesplnasso suggests there is room for Improvement No exceptions to this statement have yet been taken refrain for Road Makers After tho roads have been well un derdralned and graded the application of the following refrain will do much 1toward giving the average country dis trict the very best of roads T ont take long to fix your rood Drag brother drug If youd pull a bluer load Drag brother drag It meant dollars In the end Sfcvod teams and wagons friends eo Is this your but ear lend Drag kat r dry OLD COW BREAKS RECORD OhM Down TwentyFour Quarts at a Milking and Walks Off with a Chuckle Henry W Drown of Flanders L I has a cow that Is almost prolific enough hi milk giving to establish a full fledged milk routo all by herself She gave 24 quarts of milk at one milking This Is tho most astonishing feat yet accomplished by a Suffolk county cow so far as can bo learned The cow is about eight years old She Is w no particular breed Jaet a cow thats Ml Previous to this remarkable record she had been doing nothing won derful In tnllk giving In fact her best record lilt summer was 18 quarts at two milking When Mr Drown went oat to milk her ho thought tho cow looked at him with a rather peculiar expression al most as it she would say Im going to do something wonderful for you this time Mr Drown carried a regular size milk pall and seating himself proceeded to relieve the cow ot her milk Ho was not much surprised In filling the pall tho first time but when he got It full ho noticed that there appeared tctbo plenty of It left and after emptying Ubo ho started In again During the filling ot this pall the cow kept turn- Ing around and looking at him with what her owner declared was a rather amused expression on her taco When the second pall was nearly filled ho muttered to himself Great Scott Drlndlo youre a regular fountain After emptying the second pailful and going buck toward tho cow he swears tho animal fairly laughed at him When he filled tho pall for the second time he notified his family of the wonderful cow he had out In the barnyard and remarked that he thought they had bet ter get out the washtub for him to milk In The third pall was not filled com pletely full though before the supply was exhausted Doth Mr Drown and tho cow heaved sighs of relief when tho wonderful milking ordeal was com pleted and at the same time both looked proudthe man because he owned such a wonder and tho cow because ao had done so well for her master WILL NOT SELL FERTILITY Why the Progressive Farmers of Northern Illinois No Longer Dipole of Their Skim Milk The farmers of the corn belt are coming more and more to appreciate the value of their skim milk for feed Ing on their farms to their calves bogs and poultry Talking with the manager of a creamery in northern Illinois a representative of tho Farm era Kevlew was told that he could buy no skim milk for making up Into cottage cheese for the reason that the farmers In his vicinity would not sell It They declared that It was worth at least 20 cents per 100 pounds for feeding to their farm animals and that they preferred to keep It even It they could get that for It One man lived not far from a bottling establish ment where be could get n good price for his whole milk but be preferred to haul It to a whole milk creamery that he might get the skim milk to use on his farm In this same locality one year the farmers quite generally sold their skim milk for shipping to the city but when fall came found that their hon were In Poor condition on account of having been deprived ot tho skim milk In tho early periods ot their lives The next year they made a change and held back the skim milk for their own use We doubt very much If 20 cents per 100 pounds represents the true vale of the skim milk for feeding purposes That may bo indicated by the actual chemical content of the milk but It has a value beyond that which Is tho value that It has In combination with corn It has been shown that corn Is worth very much more when fed with IklmI milk than when fed alone As ancer for corn It has a value that tbeI chemist will never bo able to mIneIHOMEMADE REFRIGERATOR Sectional View Here Given Explains Just How This Useful Farm Cooler Is Mad Take two large boxes one two Inches smaller on all sides and bore two ones Inch holes In bot tom of each box for drainage Fill up two Inches In largo box with powdered charcoal or coal ashes Put smaller box inside and kit space d all round with same Fix lldaee to both boxes to fit tightly Put shelves b on both sides of Inner box Leave a place In the center of box for Ice A rack c made of lath can bo laid at the bottom for Ico to rest OIllalm and Home Cure for Gapes In Chicks Take a tub place a quart can In the center of tho bottom and cover a heavy blanket over tho top of tub lightly Place the sick chickens In the tub as few or aa many as you can get on bottom around can on top of this can put a hot stove lid Now drop eight or ten drops of carbolic acid In a spoon slip your hand under the blanket and pour the acid on the hot lid Withdraw your hand and keep covered tight for ono minute and then release your chickens and the work Is done The fumes from the acid kill the worms in tho chickens and they throw them out In a few days You must give thll treatment when you notice your chick ens beginning to InllhW OL How aid in Prairie amber BIG ANTARCTIC APPETITES Arduous Work in Extreme Cold Moke Men Hungry to the Point of Voracity Reports from the Discovery which has been exploring the antarctic regions give interesting particulars as to tho appetites which como to half frozen men on long alcdgo expeditions says tho Chicago Dally News The chief articles of diet on these excur sions were pemmican of various kinds with biscuits and tea or cocoa the lat ter for preference being more sustAin- ing Chocolate was also used The chief trouble tho sledge parties had to contend against was that the quantity thoIon long trips especially toward tho end Hunger proved a dreadful night marc sumo ot tho men having horrl blo visions of tempting dishes It questionable if anything could compare In the way of hardships suffered to this form ot modified starvation on such trips Whenever a sledge party returned to tho ship that was tho occasion for the consumption of huge meals It la uo exaggeration to say that ones ap petite bordered on tho voracious The arduous work of sledge pulling with deficient bulk and variety of food and tho depressing Influences of the vast waste of Ico and tho monotony of general existence combined made men lose weight and look lean and hungry on their return Dut It did not take long for any one of them to make up weight after getting to tho ship where the unlimited supplies of food addeJ to the rest rapidly produced corpu lencyAs an example of the appetites of tho natives some of tho habits of tho giant petrel may bo mentioned It will feed on offal until It Is so absolutely gorged as to be unable to rise off tho ice In flight Then It runs along the Ice If chased spreading Its wings lout as sails Dcforo being captured however the petrel will suddenly stop and disgorge a quantity of semidigest ed food and then go off on a run again If overtaken a second ame it- will repeat the performance and when once it has got rid of its dinner flies away DRAUGHT DOGS OF HOLLAND Belgian Mastiffs Raised to Do the Work of Donkeys Among the Dutch In Holland and Belgium tho dog oc cupies the place which tho donkey docs In several other countries In tho for mer the sight of a couple of dogs drag vegIa familiar one says the New York Tribune They trot along underneath the tart within easy reach ot the blunt too pf the sabot of the woman who walks behind It to guide It by the handles attached at that point In Belgium the dogs are hitched In front as the Rus sians attach their horses to their dros ties three abreast and are guided by a pair of rope reins fastened to a muzzle about the now of the dog In the middle Recently the National Cart Dog association organized to regenerate tbo original race of Belgian mastiffs held Its first exhibition of cart dogs Tho Flemish breeders have found that In crossing the Belgian mastiffs with the Great Danes with the Idea of Increas ing the size of the cart dogs and so se curing additional strength thw made I mistake Tbo result proved to be an imals with weak hindquarters and disproportionate limbs Now they are en deavoring to revive tho original stock Tho women and dogs of these two lit tie countries are another evidence that human and canine nature are the same the world over When one sees the whitecapped Belgian milkwoman with her dogs standing near a well the woman having a battered am slung on her forearm one Instinctively becomes suspicious Tho suspicion Is confirmed when one discovers a policeman detain ing at the roadside a pair of sulkyfaced milkmaids with their dog team and cart laden with slendernecked milk cans while he jots their names In his little book against a charge lf watering millk When the cart comes to a standstill thn dogs aro no longer draught animals but doge They sit or Ho complacently down and loll their tongues from their open mouths Apparently they have forgotten that they are animals Intended for human companionship but condemned fo hard labor for life DrugStore- A taU man with dust on his shoes and the tan of Jersey summers on his face entered a drug storo near tho Barclay street ferry the other after noon folloWed by a wearylooking llt Uu woman Qlmmo a sulphonal powder ho said Five 10 or 15 grains asked the clerkGrains I didnt say nothln about grain replied tho tall lean man from Jersey I said gimme a sulphonal powderI snapped the clerk but what I am trying to get at is do you want a fivegrain dose a tengrain dose or a 15graln dose Do you want It for an adult Naw answered tho Jerseytte I want it for a womnnN Y Sun Arabian Pearls Owing to the fact that pearls are so popular as an ornament with the people and to their almost universal use there abouts the local demand almost entire ly absorbs the output of the pearl fish cries of Arabia and very few pearls find their way to European or American 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to one hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months DO votes for each 3 months 25 votes for each The young man and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuitionpaid by TUB CITIZEN for two terms in Berea College which will save each one from 800 to J1400 in cash Tho 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 at any other clast school in Kentucky College will be bigger anti better than ever tho coming year and if you or any of your friends are to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mail to THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybodys START NOW Cut this out fill In with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On account of the recent action of the Kentucky Leg islature College can receive students the coming year therefore this offer open only to white ALL 0Mf SALOONS Ctrpeatry Nureiag eeenltutsl abut Roller Our bard to which filled addresses young These office Jlrat Boron planning S I vote for Mro- f postolIioo county all the most popular young man IIand for t1isa of poetoffioe county ar the most popular young woman I THE CITIZEN I IBerea and Vicinity IGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES lHHHH + 11 +11+ 11 II HMHHHHl MHHHMM Mrs Bert Coddington is spending the week at Scaffold Cane John Gnbbard has his new house on Candeo street well under way J V Kinney and Mrs Lester of Corbin were Berea visitors Monday Chas Koynolds andwife of Orlando are visiting friends in Berea Jas A Anderson west of town recently sold 14 young nudes at nn average of i75 Mrs J C Armstrong has returned from a visit with her daughter Mrs Gilbert at London John Boggs and two sons are working on a tripe line near Jane in Harlan county Mrs M S Owens and Dr Lafayette Cornelius were married at Denver Colo July 12 Mr and Mrs C D Lewis left this morning for a three weeks visit in Pulaski and Casey counties Ike Ogg formerly of Bear Wallow died at La Follette Teat and was buried at Pilot Knob Monday C I Ogg went to Kirksville Fri day to take pictures of the Fair to be used in next years Fair catalogue Hev Andrew llensey of Cleveland Ohio was the guest of Hev II J Derthick Tuesday and Wednesday W H Porter was confined to home a few days the past week with a threatened attack of fever but is able to he out again Miss Anna Hanson is expecting to leave next week for Richmond Jamai ca West Indies to visit Miss Delia Wolcott a former student in Berea College Time Madison county Institute white will held at Richmond the week beginning July 25 Dr R X Roark of State College will he the Instructor The colored Institute will ho held at Richmond the week beginning August Mines Lou Hanson M K Pasco and A E Thomson Supt and Mrs King Mr Thorn and Misses Catch poll Lindley and Brooks attended the County Sundayschool convention held yesterday at Pond Church near Richmond Mrs Thomson conducted the Round Table Wo clip the following from the Hnmboldt Neb Lender of July Mines Liggett Williamson and Hackett on Tuesday entertained Mines Marsh and Hoag two Ken tacky ladies who had been visiting relatives in Pawnee City Prof Marsh is an associate in school work with Prof J W Dinsmore and wife at Berea Ky Last Friday whifb a well was bee ing drilled at the home of Josiah Bnrdetto the drill weighing several hundred pounds felland struck Chas Burdetto who was sitting on the porch inflicting a scalpwound which required several stitches to close and painfully bruising his left knee Had the drill not been turned aside by the porch roof it is probable that Mr Burdette would have been killed instantly- On Wednesday night at 8oclock Miss Mary M Hulett of Berea and Mr Glare M Canfield of Litchfield Ohio were married by Rev H J OggMissJas E Hulett who lives west of town but has made her homo for a number of years with her aunt Mrs J M Hart on Center St Mr Can fleldjms been a student hero for two years and is now employed as assis taut engineer at the Industrial Builtlf ing On Sunday July 17 a Grand Sun dayschool rally and Childrens Day celebration occured at the Pilot Knob vhurchparticipated in by thin Sunday schools at Bobtown Narrow Gap Kerby Knob Parks and Pilot KnohC Tho exercises held both morning and afternoon were attended by at least 500 people Ono of the special lea lures was an outline of the lifo of Christ given by a number of chil Oren each of whom memoriz ed passage from the New Testament In addition to this there were songs declamations and a variety of other exercises NEW RULE FOR STUDENTS WHOSE HOMES ARE IN BEREA Students whoso homes are in Berea should attend Berea College for tho entire year or go to tho Public School tho entire year Those who do not attend the College in till Fall Term will not bo allowed to enter in tho 11huterlSFALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY SEP TEMOER 14 This rulo does NOT apply to Btu dents who teach nor to those whoso homes are not in Bereu Worlds Fair Guessing Contest The total number of paid admis sions to the St Louis Worlds Fah during the month of May 100was 542028 The first prize5000 was divided between J P Huff of Belle vide Ill and Frank Schempf of Jackson Mich who both guessed the exact number 542028 All the sue cessful estimates were between the figures 540945 to 548111 The ma jority of the estimates were above these figures Stay With the Farm Oh never leave the farm boys Whatever you ran dol The citys blare nn smoky nr The red lights and the blue The crush and roar In street and star Should have no charms for you Though should you seek the city To there tempt fortunes smile And favors bright perhaps you might Accumulate a pile Or at the bar become a star Hut Is It all worth wlilUT The fellows In the country awaygTo rise at break of day And plow or husk till after dusk No wonder they lire gay Yes llvlnn In the country Itomantlc Is I know To pall the kine and feed the swine And watch the mnrtRiiKO Grow Bo do not lilt unless you hit On half a chance to go No Business Head Wlflc Isnt this awful Here Is nn account of n man who sold his wife Hubby The follow who lx unht her was no business innn or Instead of pay ing money he would have made the other throw in a few dollars as un In ducement Sure of One Thing The wisest father does not know what his children are doing half of the time He nlwnya knows that whntovcr else they are doing they are wearing out shots Auction Sale tit Coylen every Saturday41HHH 11 II 1nl I1lIiIIHt College Items HERE AND THERE James Young was in Richmond MondayMiss Lenora Jones is nursing in a Hospitalat Gallipolis Ohio Supt and Mrs King have returned from their outing on Hobos Mt Tutor E F Diznoy attended the Clay county Institute at Manchester- H M Ernst has left tho Worlds Fair and is now at South Thompson OhioMiss E J Partridge is spending the summer at her home 113 East Wayne St South Bend Ind Dr G A Hubbell left Wednesday for Fairfield Ohio where he will speak at a school celebration Clarence LePhelps returned Thursday from a visit to his homo at Jamestown Russell county Pod Burgess of Foster R I a student hero two years ago is plan ning to return tho coming fall Tho architects plans for the new Library have come and ground WIIS broken Tuesday for the foundations Prof and Mrs Dinsmoro returned Friday from Mt Vernon where ho conducted the Rockcastlo county Institute Miss Ethel French a teacher hero in 190102 was married on Saturday July 9 to Mr John Fisher Their address is 121 Park Street New Haven Conn Mrs Sara L Hoag loft this morning to spend the remainder of her vacation at her former home at Bing hamton N Y She will also isitI Now York City before returning to BereaMiss Georgia Glass a student in tho Normal Department last year secured high grade certificate in Christian county and will teach tho coming year in tho Hopkinsvillo colored graded school Dr Roljort Cowley who is to bo Sujxirintendent of the Hospital 111111I Hygienoisafloat September 5 They will live in tho houso occupied last year hyt Prof Graves NEWS IN KENTUCKY RAILROAD COMMISSION Hearing In the Case Against Louisville Car Service Association Louisville Ky July 20Tho Ken tucky railroad commission Tuesday began hearing evidence In tho caso of the Lumbermens club against the Louisville Car Service association Tho car service association comprises- r all tho railroads entering Ioutsvllle Tho lumbermen allege that charges for car service are excessive and that the rules ono unjust The question of illegal combination on the part of the railroads In main tatnlng the association Is also a point at Issue Car service managers from Pitts burg Nashville nnd Chattanooga were present In addition to a number of shippersMr for tho car service nsso elation admitted the rules were made by tho railroads and executed by the manager of the association Ha also admitted tho public had no voice In the selection of the manager sevleralEPHRAIM GOOD DEAD He Would Have Neither a Physician Nor Medicines Lexington Ky July 20 Christian science is alleged to be responsible for the death of Ephraim Good aged 61 years which took place hero Tuesday night Doth he and his family had persistently refused to accept the servo ices of a physician or to permit him to take any medicine Intestinal tu berculosls was tho cause of death The city physician called at his rest dence but ho refused him admittance saying If God wants me to live I will live but If be wants me todlo medicine will not save me TRIL OF CASES PREVENTED All the Indictments Except Two Were StoleniPalntsvllle parties broke Into the circuit clerks office at Hlndman Knott county Mon day night and Rtolo about 300 Indictments Only two both for felonies were left In the office The circuit court which convenes there next Monday will be unable to proceed with the criminal docket and as the nama of the witnesses who made the Indictments have also been stolon It is doubt ful If the cases can ever be reinstated on the docket GEN 8 B BUCKNER He Is Quite III at HI Home Glen Munfondville LilyISimon Bolivar Duckner baa veen very ill for several days at his home Glen Lily near here lie was seized with a severe attack of dysentery the next day after his return from Glasgow last week whero ho went to attend the funeral of Gen Lewis He has been a very sick man but his great vitality has sustained him Ills condition is much more favorable Tuesday night and he Is expected to riOCOverIAfter the Oweniboro Ky promises to be a lively fight for tho appointment of county judge to suc ceed Judge Hasklns who died on Mon day Yowell Hasklns a son of Judgo Haskins and George V Trlplett a brother in law of Gov Beckham are already circulating potItions to the governor asking for tho appointment Hotel In the Highlands Fort Thomas Ky July 20Ground will be broken before September 1 for the new hotel to be erected near Fort faimoueaquo Ohio and Miami valleys The Fort Thomas car line pease with a few hundred feet of tho property Alleged Thief Arrested Cincinnati July 20ySam Douglass a thief of Covlneton Ky won caught by Detectives Durkholz and McQueston on Exalted Ruler Herr manns floor at tho Burnet house Cin chianti Tuesday night and locked up lie bad already lono through a num ber of rooms MaJ J E Allen Injured Cyntbiana Ky July 20Maj J Embry Allen of the Second Kentucky regiment camping with a Cyntbiana party at Blue Lick Springs was see verely Injured by a fall while stepping Into a skiff on Licking river Three ribs wore broken and he received oth er Injuries Street Railway Sold Owensboro Ky July 20The Ow ensboro street railway was sold Tues day The parties who take tho property over are James H Parrish John G Delker of Owensboro Yowell Rice of Louisville and A S Wilson of Pin keyvllle III Fell Down a Shaft Newport Ky Jiny 20 William Brown 16 of Seventh and German streets this city tell four floors down the elevator shaft of the building at 210 Elm street Tuesday morning and sustained probably fatal injuries Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July 20The tobacco market was dull Tuesday tho offer ogs being only 109 hide of dark ricei wore a shade better on medium sad good export grades of leaf The tngt wu from 1380 to 7I WHY JAPANESE EXCEL California Professor Tells of Mikados Men In America BTUDENTS EAGER TO ENROLL Iflae War Snlil One Is CbrUllmi Japan Knlnxt Imcan Itioln mill Mrniii the ClvllltiUlon tlr Chlmi Jails Are Hrmiirknlilr Srliulnm Mild Sever 1orurl it Klmlnri Eight of the fourteen Japanese stu deut wo luiil at the hcglnntiiK of tlui year left III tail and May to light for the mlkailo unit 1rofossor Ihiirlc Murphy principal of time Cummer III High school Sun Irnnclsco till other day while un u visit to Mr mud Mrs J IS Howe lit Macon Mo says the Kansas City Star You never saw such hippy follows us they whisk the call cane They en me to me rind with sparkling eyes told mo time good news as If It were souls rnro good for tuno that liiul conic to thorn From that time on they wore horoos onvlod by nil their eomrudon The others would have gone also but It wasnt their turn You nee there are JnplII iio5o In nil part of time world nnd If nil hud tlockctl In when hostilities bo pin the emperor of Jupnn would have had more soldiers than he knew what to do with So they simply file their applications for enrollment with the unity mid wnlt their turn I doubt not that every nblehodled Jnpnneno In the tour quarter of the globe Is walt ing his call just like my HtudcntM were The boy of Japan is n remarkable scholar The rules of tho Cominorclnl High school require that each student shall study nt leant two hours nt homo Till Japanese study eight hey lava riably stnnd nt the head of their classes although they regard J ns the most dttllcult of till IIlIl1hI Kungrs In deportment they foctlon I have never hoard one of them bolus guilty of the slightest broach of discipline They dont Know how to disobey If one worn ordered to stnnd on his head I believe ho would Ido It without asking why Whon tilt war ctimr on there wns a pooullar animation among the students from the empire They would utilize their recesses In dlstUiMlng the inivo wonts of the unnloH nod warships Any one of them could go to the blnck lonrd and on an Instants not lee draw you n good map of Korea cold nil time disputed territory nod locate the arImiss and vessels accurately At sewn hour you would more likely tlml them oifltiilly talking over a war mali one of then loud drawn from tho latest newspaper description of nn engage ment than eating their luncheon I one day asked a Jupunwo student to give mo his version on to the cause of the wnr lIe smiled and said I shall be pleased to lo H- the end of time JapaneseChinese war In 18W he said we felt that we were entitled to time legitimate reward of our victory Itussla saw that our army and navy had boon so much weakened by the mutest that we were In no condition to meet n fresh roe- So the czar tcpi ed In and took from us what was ours by right of coiKjuost Ho made promise tint ttrre not kept From that hour Japan began preparing for redress It tins taken n long time but we hind many thins to buy and much to learn to moot a power like Kusslti I think no one will claim that the Japanese have underrated their task As we look upon this war It Is lIulIslalJIIstlce The consequences I asked Ills as bo flllllldIThe civilization of the 100000000 In Chine is the great Issue Involved InI this war aside from Japans rights InI the disputed territory If Itussla tri umphs It will dominate that unfortu nato country and Its blighting hand will hold back the wheel of progress for centuries Itusslu Is not nn enlight east power No flowers of freedom blossom In the countries It conquers Its victories mean shackles for the van quished On ilk other hand Japan would bring to China n civilization founded upon the principle governing the United States Public schools will be established railroads anti telegraph lines constructed factories erected and all time arts encouraged China would become a eUllized nation nail treat with the other powers us such Think of tho vast mineral deposits practically undo veloped In that country the Immense opportunities tor Industry nnd com merce Theres a nation that has slept nil through the ages If Joplin wins bin Light China will become the best customer America has on the globe If Russia prevails well weve neon what has happened In other countries whore Its great armies have ridden down the peopleThe young Japanese looked on It nit a holy war lull no greater prize could bo plucked from the lottery wheel of life tint to die In a cause so fraught with thin weal of his country Notwithstanding the Japanese stu dents excessive application to his books he bids time somehow to devote uttontlon to the strengthening of the lady Thoy nre not above 0 feet i Inches tall but are fairly propor tioned and built like steel They are wrestlers par excellence All of them mire trained In cunning tricks to dlsnrm und overcome an enemy who np iroachert them with knife or pistol I have seen them floor men twice their size In an Instant by a curious move fncnt They approach their antago nist with their arms innocently down to their sides When the word Is said that means fight the Jap suddenly grasps the lapels of the others cot with enough force to break oft tile front buttons and then pulls time rout down over the arias at time same In start landing a powerful kick against time back part of time enemys ankle The result Is time Jnps man is lylni on tho ground with hits arms linpris oueil In his own coal A courtesy rendered n Japanese 110I Is never forgotten When he leaves u school be Invariably expresses verbal regret nt parting with his teacher am thanks him for his kindness Then when lies timid time to think over wba t he want to say he pen n long cube glstlc note to his teacher covering time ground of his verbal farewell but muni fully mud correctly On reaching ho tolls lilt parent about the teache- be left lit America and thin mother writes time teacher a lung letter thank ing him tor what ho limit dodo for her sun and tolling how much ho tins Im proved by the Instruction given Its a lilt queer women you come to think nbout It that n Japanese young man will work so nssldiiously for many years to ncqulro nn education above till normal mud will then bo so eager to yield up his life for time em peror just lit the time when he might put ids lenrnlng to valuable use Hut they nre grounded In tho cried that what Is to be Is to bo alum If the fates decree that they shall bo fool for Hus slan cannon Instead of bocomlug mighty statesmen is well with the Jap and he will proudly walk time gold en streets In the great hereafter of the mikado ROSEBUD LAND RUSH Incident iif Imlliin Hr crv lton Oirnlnu III South Uitkoln A mighty shout wont up from time 1T 0 hunt seekers gathered In line Ise fore the city hall nt Honestee It n the other morning when Inspector Me Ituiul of the general land ufllce IhrlIopen the doom mud niinouncoil otllce was open for business mind that applications for tho lilt acre homo Htomts In the famous Rosebud Indian rosorvntlon woultl bo received says tho Now York names Time first man to enter time building wnM J R HarnoM of Now York city who hind been standing In front of the door since tho previous nftfrnoon at oclock At midnight about 300 men took their places behind IlarnoH but won afterward n homey storm struck the pliKT mud for several hour It literally Ivonreil Within nn hour all but sixtyeight of time home wikers bud withdrawn to drier quartern amid did not reapiK ar until daylight the next niornliik The HIIII rose nicer and hot and soon the wet clothliiK of time homo seekers was ntomiilm An the day grow the nor became sultry mud oppressive The liilliilritls of settlers sat round on the wet ground plnyoil earls and sang soncn while some of the faithful sixty eight lay asleep on the grass The women mud old soldiers to the number of thirtyfive were gntberixl at the Haptlst church where they wore to to registered The old veterans stood through till night In the rain TIll campaigns of their younger days tiAd hnrdoiiod them and they nwapptvl yarns nliotit their ndventiire during the civil war till the morning dawned It was not until after 0 oclock that the tint woman niMiinxl on time scene nnd nlteinpted to take her plncu nt the toot of tho line With one accord the old warriors Mcppnl nuldo nnd Insisted that she cntut to tin fiend of the line Tads they repented In the mill of nil women who cnino until when the reg istration olllce opened the woven were nil nhend of time soldiers Mss Jennie Conway of Omnhn WI the first woman to register nnd to re calve her certificate After her troopol n nutntxr of women from a dozen different states and then the extra IdlCrM cane to the front There were Just flftyono women In the lint when the doors opened but later others fell In and when tho pool closed 210 of tho gentler had been registered Two thoutnnd six hundred cud four teen men were registered on the two districts In Boneotool II II Joll an old miner from Nome Alaska created a commotion by declaring that he had discovered gold In time black sands along Willow creek which flows almost entirely through the laid thrown open A STREAM OF FIRE Illvrr Carnival to Drlalilrn Orand Army Knrnuipment at Do lon One of tho ndvel features of the an nual encampment of the Grand Army of time Republic to be held nt Itoston In August will be n river carnival at Waltham on the Charles river says the New York Tribune The river and its south bank will form the stage and the north bank tho auditorium Tho event Is to bo held on Wednesday night Aug 17 Waltham Is especially favored for much an entertainment On a two mile stretch of time river thoro Is a halt tulle of Htralglitnway course while tho rest of tho way abounds In bends and curves It Is expected that there will be 4009 canoes on the stream Each boat and all tho possible places of vantage along both banks will be supplied with red fire A signal will be given by a gun and the six millS of rod tiro three lines of two trifles each will be simultaneously Ignited- A great chorus will bo heard when the spectator join In staging Anion ca That all may be In time a band monster will uso n lighted torch nil a baton Tribute to Japan Doctors A Russian medical journal says Jap incite physicians are almost Invariably well educated and conscientious Japanese Infants During the teething period Japanese Infants have nn extra diet consisting jf flab and Crustacea CROSSING THE OCEAN Letter from President Frost Continual from binge 01111 time reached the dock too Into and waR lehINew York ImlHir is pinbalily tint most Ixantifiil in thin worM mid it wan a stirring sight to hold tint shipping cnift ofall dewriptloim which fovored thin water and tint tall huildinpi of the city with itsliriilin tumid forts and thin gihrlllltio staluit of II LilMtrty HiiKli liteninK till World And it wins hooti to know that lint enetnieM of Lilxrlv no matter how iiirsumo hurts of the South emus never wntrol thmis country apiin Well our forefather had to mako an otvan voyage to reach America And most of thoin tiiinu in Ninall Bail vessels My first an ciKtor wlios told English lioniit liojxt to liiul this Miimnrr cause in till ship Great ibis from Ijtswich in war HeiiiiK from till loNtuilhon of Anh bishop 181111and the tyranny of Charles the Kirs- tTotlay the cn ssinfj of thin CIt1II1 is a far easier matter and yet It ill sori oils elioilgh- lTho Anninia ill a uteri HtoaniHhip milt in Glasgow in 1S8U mid ale ready old fashioned that tint faro is only fit whereas it is fS5 on mm of the best Cunanl vusshiu Sin ill ftM Reel long ill fifl wido ntand1 Koino 2i fiit out of the water and extends JO flat Ixlow till water Shut hits thrcit masts on which till sit i Is ii re never spread mud 20 life lit sits which have nuvor Iseei UHC1 SISlrrlelI alxtnt l0iiilin iwisMiwrs rKlhttor 1g lxlsseligerailmumItngilltrrsmIiItint and wrvants to tho nmnlMr of Ji5 moro TIll Cunanl mutual which owns her was fornnil in IS 10 mid has tho proud record that no lasso- ger has over tort his lifo The first 11113wore vory hot but wo lire now further north lach un n mark is mado on till tatsllouitig till progress of the voyajjo Our daily nnxml in mile IIIIP INn 21iir no wi wu iu7 n2 tithive M n two ht iincrs and ono vosHol and have hoard of till toIntrotitiert by till wirolos tolo VtMxjntt to rmicli QncoiiNtown W ncMlay and LivorMiol Thursday 110 hind a roli ious HTVKVOII Sun day and a cttlobnition of lint Kourtli of July Mrs Frost and I hove Uvii fro t f nil II Mti nieknohs tint wn Ixitn very smooth and loin slept most of I mho time day and night reading English history whon wo could keep awake Our trip may give till Ilortjn slit donls Koino holp in nviowinjj Uilli liihlory mud Geography Wo go- runt liverixsri1o Glasgow mud my next letter will lit nlKiut till home lifo Arid xx nm of Itobort IJurim Mother hmrkrti while I trll Whil will nuke roar twtir wrll luiuAndYe TROTH IS Aft Overrome and ConntoiACiii thn effects of tint Sump miters Heal AiclR Digestion KoKiilaloa EasyGolds Your watches clocks K1 sewing rnnchlnofl etc repaired bj A E Thomion nil export workman of 16 years experience at A J Thompsons OpjKvtite Hurduttoct mill BlUM Kr All work tfimrnntood For a lazy liver try Chamberlains TIalIimPUJVllIlthilousWelch Jr Druggist WANTED NICE COUNTRY lIAMSIIBrbor fi HiiKiioly Richmond Ky SALESMEN to call on merchant Bout side lino out Addrm W H Harris Big Hill Kf 7 74 FOR SALEIFOUR ACRES land onnhalf miln iHillNo1 good barn and other noceaaary out buildings For further inform ation cull on or address H J Tigg Berea Ky 8 11 Lro BARRELS A No I CornW B Jones Paint Lick Ky 81 IMPROVED GB A BLUEGRASS Farm 0 miles froth Boron Call on ICinJClltonKy FARM OF 72 Aflno land 2j miles chvolIiDWi l or write J PtonneBieknoril1fhtBaronCallKyou 18 00longhKSpecial iuducomunts to purchaser of DoreaIy i VOLUNTEER FLEET Gorman Mil English Vessels Be Jug Seized by It in the f lied Sea SEARCH FOR CONTRABAND GOODS The Kusolnn Fleet Passing the Dar duncllotf Causes Much Coinnieul In London mid llorlln The British Government Is Urged to Take Action Especially For the Protection of British Commerce In the Red Sea Adon July iSTho North German Lloyd utramur Prlnz Henrlch which has arrived hero from Hamburg re ports that mho was stopped by the HUB BJan volunteer Hoot steamer Smolensk and compvllod to gtvo up 31 sacks ot lottorsi Bud 24 sacks and boxes of par eels all Intended for Japan It In reported that tho Peninsular nnd Oriental Cos ntuunor Malacca boontvolunUwrs flout stmmor 8t Peters burg Ixjudon July 18A dispatch from Aden to tho Dolly Mall says that the woljIlI1rnteer fleet steamer 8C Petersburg sig nalled him to stop by firing across tho bows of tho vessel on July 1C whllo 20 miles off Jubel Zugar In tho Hod sea Tho Huimlans examined tho pa pers of the Walpara and declared thoy would hold thu ship as a prlzo The captain protested and was tAI ken on board the St Petersburg whero ho gave tb Husslnn officers a guaran too that there woro neither arms ammunition on board tho norI destined for Japan Tho vessel detained for four hours and was thon allowed to proceed Tho captain confirms tho report that tho lonlsular and Oriental Cos steAm- er Malacca was seized In tho lied sea July 1C by tho St Petersburg on tho ground that she carried arms and munition of war for the Japanese nmj J without exception tho news paper Monday morning In odltorlals or otherwise comment upon tim HUllI stan volunteer fleet steamers tho Dardanelles and tho government Is urged to take action especially for tho protection of Ilrltlsh commerce InI the Hod SOB and neighboring The Dally Telegraph ntorsI I outspoken protest written with traces of government Inspiration says There U a limit to complaisance when neutral commerce under tim llrltlsb linK Is moUnted In n way to which we have been for a century and n halt unused 8pi clnl dispatcher tram Berlin echo the feeling of irritation that oxlsts In LondonTho Standards Toklo correspond onto cabling under dato of July 17 says the Jljl Shlmpo In an editorial expresses tho hope that Groat Urlt lnIwill soc that Turkey lends Hussla assistance by allowing steamers of Iho volunteer fleet to pass tho nelles Tho JIJI Shlmpo deoclar DUlinI Great Britain Is bound under the termllI 91 tho AnuloJapanoso alliance vent such assistance being given at THE WAR IN THE FAR EAST Tho Russians Are Being Strongly Reinforced London July 1STie morning pa 1DCrs have dispatches from correspond at Con Kurokli headquarters which bring tho situation In the far east up to July 1C All of tho writers ngrco In saying that the situation is unchanged but that tho armies nlwaysl are in Uyich that tho Russians Ing strongly reinforced and that a battle may bo expected any day Blight skirmishes are reported to bard July 15 tGtrrett Kills Himself NanhvllJo Teen July 18 Clarence Garrett who was elector for Harrison In tho Fourth district In 1888 blow hli brains out at the side of his wlfoa bed near Smlthvlllo Garrett left a F note saying his misery from health was greater than ho could boar Judge Parkers Quiet Day Ksopus N Y July 18sludgo Par kers second Sunday sInce his nomi nation was spent quietly He had con ferences with John W Kern of In dianapolis who Is his guest and WIl- lIam F Sheehan and with Maurlco Minton of New York- Wireless i Telegraphy London July lBIt is stated that tbo government will bring in a bill making wireless telegraphy through out the United Kingdom a government monopoly Tho post ofllco officials have been experimenting with a now system of their own New Orleans Represented New Orleans July 18A largo dole Ration ot Now Orleans Elks accom panied by members of their families nnd friends loft hero over tho Illinois Contra via Louisville for Cincinnati to attend the annual convention of tho national association z Passed Through the Bosphorus London July 18Tho Constantine plo correspondent of tho Standard in a dispatch dated July 17 says Tho Russian gunrdalilp Chornomorotz pass ed through tho Bosphorus from tho Black son this morning d Interesting Kentucky Items PLAYED WITH AN OLD RIFLE Ed Cox 8 Years Old Accidentally Killed His Little Brother Jackson Ity July ISEII Cox 8 years old son of Dr H D Cox who was assassinated two years ago Sun ondIball passing through his head Ed bill been playing with an old rlflo which belonged to his father and It had not boon discharged since his death This Is tho third similar occurrence In Jackson within a year In which a brother or a sister have been accidentally shot and killed by a brother Coxs widow diet a year ago A RACE WAR Whit Man Stabbed and a Negro Shot to Death Stcphensport Ky July 18 Sunday night Frank Hlalse a whlto man was tabbed across tho throat by an un known Negro and will din A mob gathered and when tho Negro tried to escapo bo was shot to death Feeling Is strong against the Negroes and many of them are being driven out of town Carrie Nation In Lexington Islington Ky July 18 Oarrto Nation spoke to a crowd In park Sunday afternoon She to President Rooeovolt as reterredI Bloated Dutchman and Parker was nominated at a 20ccnt poker game Mayor Combs of this city catnn in for the severest Invective for not clewing saloons on Sunday River Giro Up Its Dead Newport Ky July l8Fbe body of Klmor Hocktoy the 7yearold boy who was drownod In the Ohio river Wednesday evening was found float ofI100 to on Columbia street Falls From Second Story Covlncton Ky July 18Wbll leaning ovor a banister on tho second floor calling to a playmate Helen the sixyearold daughter at Bon Heeener Court avenue lost her balance and head first to the sidewalk Her lfOIl was partly broken by a scrooa Sho will recover IH C Wilder Arrested Ky July 18li C Wil der until last March assistant general manager of tho Singer Sewing Machine Co In Cincinnati was arrested 1by Dotectlvos Harding nod Armstrong a fugitive from justice It being al leged that ho ombozzled 1CG7 of the companys money Charged With tho Crime EVIInllma Davis was killed on Juno 21 1903 has boon brought lack bore and formally charged with tho crIme Drowned In Green River Uberty Ky July ISA number of children out to 81Iof the fuxmo ago had a narrow Inning Masher Ends Life Ioulsvillo Ky July 18 Crushed because ho had been lined and son tenced to tho county jail as a mash er Charles K Morohcad a barber at 2201 West Broadway committed sui chic by swallowing a quanalty of mor phine Republican Committee to Meet Louisville Ky July 18 The repub lican state central committee will meet at headquarters In tho Equttnblo building next Thursday afternoon July II at J oclock Tho call Is Issued by Chairman IL P Ernst ot Coy Ington To Succeed Dr Furnleh Loulsvlllo Ky July 18Dr M IL Yoaman of Henderson will succeed Dr J G Furnish as superintendent of the Lakeland asylum This Is said to be Certain and tho appointment will bo made by tho governor In a short tlmo Judge R D Davis Named Ashland Ky July lBTho Boyd county republican convention nominated Judge H D Davis for county judgo to succeed tho lato Judgo William Poago Judgo Davis Is president of the Second national bank of this city Baseball Tragedy Central City Ky July 18At Clca ton Orlol McQnlrc aged 22 It is said struck Georgo Bovine aged 21 on tho back of tho neck with a baseball bat Bovine Is dying Tho difficulty was over a baseball game- LouIsville Victims Loulsvlllo Ky July 18Thoro wore two prostrations from tho heat Saturday but neither Is expected to bo fatal Tho seasons record was broken when tho temperature reached 94 do groos at 3 p m A Trivial Quarrel Central City Ky July 18After a quarrel over a trivial matter R n Foster shot and seriously wounded James Laccflold Tho young men wore previous to this tlmo closo friends LIGhtnIng Killed Him Hodgonvlllo ICy July ISWhllo at work In his cornfield J M Howell ot this county was struck by lightning and Instantly killed MANY DROWNED Four Persons Lost Their Lives Near Kansas City by Their Boat Capsizing SIX PEOPLE PERISHED IN INDIANA Father and Son Were Drowned In the Canal sear Grand Haplda 0 While liatlilnir Two Men From Cleveland 0 Were Drowned While Bathing In French Creek at Meadvllle Paflod let Not Recovered City Mo July 18Four 1Kansllll ere drowned Sunday by the of a skiff on the Illuo river nenr hero They were MIlS Hester Howell aged 20 and Mist Kate Calrcrt 19 tolopbono operators A Houno 27 a railroad clerk and Elmer C Oulld Guild was tho senior partner In tho firm of Guild loob brokers IIouno and Miss Calvert were ooon to uavo boon married Indianapolis lad July 18 Alezan der McGulro 25 years old and Levi Miller aged 25 wore drowncU here Sunday while swimming Jijlca Smith aged 1C was drowned while swimming ntConversoAt Petro Hardl and Anton Porno wero drowned whllo bathing Tholr bodies have not boon recovered Fred Sharp 25 years old was drowned In White river near Seymour Ind within sight of several compan ions who attempted to rescue him Toledo 0 July 18llenry Yotter and his son Arthur aged 10 wore drowned In tho canal near Grand Rap ids 0 Sunday Tho boy was seized with cramps whtlo bathing and tho father jumped In to savo him The father had n cork leg and this proved such nn Impediment that ho was una ble to control his own movements and both were drowned Tho fathers body was recovered nearly a mile below tho scone of tho drowning whero It had floated head downward Mea 1vlllo Pa July 18lllah Bar net and William Stafford of Cleveland O wore drowned nt 4 oclock Sunday afternoon while bathing In French creek Tholr bodies have not boon recovered RESERVOIR BURST More Than 300000000 Gallons of Water Rushed Down the Valley Scottdnlo Pa July ISWlth tbo roar of Nlaqara the new reservoir of tho Citizens Water Co burst at mid night and more than 300000000 gal Ions of water rushed down the valley sweeping all before it and Inundating crops and wrecking buildings In Its path It was discovered about 9 oclock that tho dam won In danger of breaking anti messengers were hastily sent through tho valley to warn tho Iooplo of their peril Hundreds ot lives were thus saved for a few hours later tho whole valley was under wa terThe damage to tho machinery and reservoir alono will amount to at least 50 COO When tho torrent swept down upon the valley buildings wero torn from their foundations and carried on tho croat of tho groat wavo lIke so many washtubs Crops valued at thousands of dollars were completely wiped out Bridges were carried away In tho gorgo Just below the dam trees woro torn out by tho roots and stones weighing tons wore overturned by tho flood WHILE CELEBRATING MASS Very Rev Stephen Kealy Dropped Dead Now York July ISVery Rov Stephen Kcaly provincial of tho Passion Order of the United States dropped dead Sunday while celebrating mass In the St Michaels chapel of tho mono aster of tho order at West hlobok n N J 110 was stricken with apoplexy and foil on tho altar steps dying Im mediately Father Kealy was born tn Ireland September 22 1848 and eel obratod the silver jubilee of his ordi nation a year ago Ho was elected to the head of tho Passlonlsts August 2 1899 and was roeloctod two years ago First Yellow Fever Case Panama July IS1 C CUnning- ham of New York a member of tho Panama canal tono pollco department died from yellow fover This was tho first case of tho disease known to have occurred In the zono slnco the arrival of Col Davis Big Fire In Montgomery Ala Montgomery Ala July ISFlro Sunday completely destroyed tho plant of tho Alabama run Flooring Co en tailing a loss of 200000 only partial ly Insured Tho plant had been com pleted and in operation less than a year Died at the Age of 107 Years Mexico City July 18 Ruflno Lopez of Irapuato is dead atUho ago of 107 Ho was In fair health almost to tho day of his death and his faculties wero unimpaired Ho leaves largo proper ties and a groat number of descendants German Editor Expires St Louis July 18Dr Edward Brouss aged for 30 years cdltorln chief of tho St Louis Amorlcka a Ger man Catholic dally died hero Sunday of nervous debility after an illness of three years TRYING TO GROW They mwmure me bHd9 the gate And say How fast our Janey grows hut Im too iimail to play with Kate Or follow Laddie when ho Roea To play with boys or sit up late I ask of grandmas crimson TOM how It can climb at such a rate Jt shakes Its head think It knows They raraiuro me Ive learned to write upon mr slate row1I1JeYet one Inch mor U all tbLo shows When standing with square h els and toes They measure me Edna X Foster In Youth Companion Virginia Dig Arsenic sine What is sold to be the largest arsenic mine in the world and stated to be at present turning out 70 tons a month is situated In Floyd county Virginia 17 n41 los from Cbrlstlansburg the nearest railroad point Tho number of persons Implored at the mine Is about 125 who are housed and supplied with the necos saries of life by the company owning the mine Trapped by Clever Method A London postman was mean enough to steal stamps from the tatters he collected from boxes Finally stamps marked with Invisible sensi live Ink were posted for his Benefit Ho was caught with some of them upon him and they were developed In his presence a in CORYELL In IKHHE CHAHTONNE was not by any moans the least excited person on the fleet which cast an cbor in Hafala bay Madagascar on a certain day some 300 years ago Pierre was to go ashore for the first time in more than a year The captain had promised that in Uio morning he would accompany tho men who were going to look for fresh water The next morning with his beloved borne upon his shoulder Pierre stepped proudly on tho beach ready and anxious to meet the savage jnen and curious wild boasts he felt sure bo was going to see Shortly before dinnertime was pro posed that some of the sailors should try to shoot a few of tho birds of which tho forest seemed full for fresh meat to a sailor is one of the greatest of luxuries and loomed a pity to do without it when It was directly at hand Here was an opportunity which Pierre did not lot pus He entreated his commanding of ficer BO to let him be ono of the party that consent was blunderbuss In hand and throe sailors started for the forest An hour later the three men hurried down to the beach laden with game but without Pierre Whore he was they did not know they bad missed him more than half and hour before and supposed be had returned to the beach Hero ho is now suddenly exclaimed Oslo of the men And there Indeed he was hatless and the underbrush and as he drew nearer the men on the beach could tea that ho was frightened When ho reached the alarmed sailors ho sank panting and exhausted on the undoTo all their hurried questions he could only gaps out After mel and point to the forest all gathered eagerly about him to hear his we had gone about two miles Into the forest be began I left the others because I thought we woiffd see more game in two parties than In one A little whllo after I had left them I saw what looked like a large round white steno ID the thick brush I thought I might us well find out what it was and made my way to and I give you ray word It was a great big eggalmost as big ks a UirbuckaL I made up my mind to carry it back to the ship to take homo though was heavy but while I stood with It in my arms brushing off the dirt that was on the under side I heard a rustling In the bushes and then I thought there must have been a big bird to lay that enormous egg and then I shook so that I nearly dropped the egg I got behind a tree near by and stooped down so that I could see through tho bushes what kind of a bird was corn Ins d THE SELFTAMED MUSKRAT Shy Little Animal Made Friends with a Fanners Family and Became a Pet The muskrat is very shy and It seems strange that of its own cbolct It should elect to become JI pet but this is tho story told in tho Christian Endeavor World The family lived on the banks of a stream where the water flowed swift Iy tsee from ice until U emptied into the pond nearby Along the shores of tho pond the muskrats each season built their huts In the winter they frequently swam about in the open stream and the boys threw apples into tho water for them At length one rat ventured to climb up the steep bank and prowl about the house Not being molested in his vis- Its one night ho crawled under the kitchen hoer and gnawed through into the kitchen After that he was the pet of tho family He took food from the boys hands and allowed them to stroke his fur Ho did not object to being taken in their laps Ho preferred however to lie behind tho stove there lie would stay for hours Tho hole he gnawed was boarded up and he was taught to come and go through the door When lie wished to come in he scratched at the door At night ho sometimes proved troublesome If no one answered his call he crawled under the house and began gnawing a new hole A queer pet ho proved Ho was not nearly so quick on land as in water When he walked across the floor his long Bcaly tall dragged noisily after him Ills favorite food was apples While eating he scooched on his haunches and held the food In his paws When ho had eaten enough ho pushed the rest into a dark corner A GIANT IN FEATHERS The Experience of Young Frenchman Madagascar JOHN R St Nicholas IP French blunderbuss It it earnestly shooting givenPierre legsjcould Whereupon they storyAfter It It I never saw such a thing in my life before Maybe you wont believe me but that bird made so much noise as It come through the bushes that I thought it was a herd ot cattle And when It came to where I could see It each of Its legs looked as big around as my leg and It was as tall as a small tree And such a beak as It had It went directly to the spot where the egg had been and then I was frightened for I knew If it caught mo with the egg Id bo eaten up In a minute But I didnt dare to move When the monstrous creature missed tho egg It set up an awful squawk Then I dropped the egg and ran In the direction that seemed clearest of trees The bird ran too for I could bear It crashing through the bushes and expected every minute to be taken In ItS big month By and by I couldnt run any more and fell down when five biff birds similar to the one I had already seen came leaping along straight at me I lifted my gun but before I could shoot the first bird had run over me and knocked me down- I jumped up and ran and I didnt stop running till I found you and here I am Is that all asked one of the men sarcastically when Pierre had ceased speakingYes answered the boy Well sold the man if I were going to make up a yarn Id try to have It reasonable or end In something exciting But I didnt mako it upi exclaimed Pierre indignantly All Im sorry for said one of the men is that be didnt bring the egg with him It would have mad such a rare omelet At this the sailors laughed As long as Pierre lived ho was known as BigBird Pierre for ho could get nobody to believe him Since his time however more has been learned of Mad agascar the Island where Pierre landed and though nobody has seen a living bird such as Pierre described eggs and skeletons of birds have been found and judg lag from them It is no wonder that the little French boy was frightened Tho egg is larger than a football and would it is calculated hold as much as ICO hens eggs As for the bird It was of tho same family as tho ostrich but was more than twice as tall and propor tionately heavier that towering as It did a mans height above the tallest ale phant it must have been a startling bird to see for the first time un expectedlyThe as the bird Is called docs not exist now but Mr Wallace the great naturalist thinks that all the Inal- caUons are that it may have Urea with In the last two centuries rI Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea AftorTon Yoars of Suffering III wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dianhoea Remedy says MrsMatti Burgo of Martinsvillo Va 1 suffered from chronic diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried van anyimy was 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 medicino my self and I did not use all of one bottle before I was well and I have nover since boon troubled with that complaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr Druggis- tLOUISVILLE NASHVILLI RAILROAD Time T fcU Is Meet May 104 Going Mcrtk Train 4 DeIty Leave B proa 3 48 a aArrive Richmond4 12 a m Arrive Paris5 28 a m Arrive Cincinnati7 50 a m Going Xorth SJ Train 0 Daily Leave Berea 12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 1 25 p m Arrive Paris 3 18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Going Booth Train Dally Leave Berel 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p in- Going Seuth Train 3 DeIty Leave Berea 11 24 p m Arrive Livingston 1230 a m Trains No1 and No C make con neotioa at Livinsrst in for Jellico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent Night Was Her Terror IIIwould cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria ladand could hardly get any sleep I had consumption ao bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three SlOO bottles of Dr Kings New Dis covery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed GrippeITroubles Price 50c and SlOO Trial bottles free at the East End Drug Co eo YEARSI TRADE MAKK DESIGN Ao I Irqalciltftil notla wit boat charge In the Scientific flmeilcatt a handollllIIIQStra1e4 weekly Tart cit rotation of D cunuflo jooftl o Term U a oi5b7sliaevidIit tI Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for pore sistent and unmerciful torture haa perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick of Colusa Calif writes For 1C years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electno Bitter and its the greatest medicine oa 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 filled promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky TREES belt by TIII77 rCtTBoo 2UIIeI iAPK frw w PA ywEASS NOR urn uatN THE CITIZEN JHHHSH i Eastern Kentucky News IIin foil by the writer The name of good faith Write pliinly I I I I IM t1 frf tIt t t II I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE July IS11e hada pleasant shower Saturday evening which even ono was glad to seeHm J W Lambert and wife attended church on Brush Fork in Madison county SundayJesso Wren who has been working on the railroad at White Station is at homo for a few days on account of a mashed too Nannie the smallchild of Mr nUll Mrs J B Coyk of this place is not expected to liveRev J W Lambert was in Berea Saturday on busiuessMr and Mrs Harry Woodall of Estill county are visiting relatives in this neighborhood The small child ol Joseph Wren is thoOghfto bo some hltterJ M Nave of Goiiway was at Boone Saturday on business Joseph Griiliu hnVi bought a new Deering mowing nlachlno andrake Mrs Mary Wren who has been very Hick is able to be out again Isaac Martin of Rockford was here this week looking for a boy who had been staying with him and had run array- S OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON July ItG M Treadway and Perry Begley were on Island Creek last week buying cattle they pur chased a nice bunch from G C Roberts Win May United States Marshal is out again on Government business Walter Bryant anti wife visited Arthur Bryant of Doe Creek Saturday and SundayGC Roberts bought a fine tunic lately for 110Henry Peters of White Oak visited W J Blake Monday on busi lIessliss Daisy Moore and Simon Blake passed up the creek Monday on their way to Sturgeon Some of our boys and girls attended Mt Carmell church SundayThe Owsloy schools have all begun with good attendance Stephen Bryant of Illi nois is visiting friends in this vicinity Arthur Bryant is the proud father of a 12pound boyJohn M Mar graves pas purchased now organ George Carrell passed down the creek Tuesday Win McCollumn of Conkling visited Sturgeon Wed nesday Everett Ross sold a fine saddle horse for prlCSlooHarr Briggs of the O K Lumber Co passed down the creek Tuesday The school at Walnut Grove opened July 11 with a good enrollment W II Tenable is teacher The teachers institute of Owsley county will con vene Monday 18th with Prof John Burke of Newport as instructor Corn is scarcer in our county than ever known before prices ranging from 73cents to 100 per bushel The ploys accused of killing Gillus Barnett were held over under a bond of 1000each at the examining trial W S White and familyof Estill county are visiting friends and relatives on Island Creek Minter Day expects to go west soon to make his home Andy enable and Arch Roberts will start for the Worlds Fair soon told willspend sometime in the Western States CON KLINC July IIJ S Rowland has gone to Mt Sterling with 400 head of sheep The deed of Daglin Ray failed to hold his land as a goodly portion of it washed oft in the recent heavy rains Jessie Wilson has gone to Beattyville on businessMrs Laura Minter of Madison is visiting her mother this wweokMrs Belle Wilson wife of G B Wilson Deputy Sheriff is very iIlMiss Roxio Manious is visiting her aunt Mrs Edna Couch of Taft July 15The Highland school taught by N F Ambrose was begun Monday Through TilE CITIZEN wo wish to send our congratulations and best wishes to P M Fro who in company with Miss Mattie Gentry entered matrimonial ulissM V Roberts returned to Berea July 12 Henderson Sizemore is the champion at frog shooting Miss S E McQueen was at Saddler Sunday Several of the young folks attended preaching at Clifty last Sunday Charles Eversole visited on Island Creek Saturday and Sundh yClay Moore bought a flue pair of mules the other day for 380 Jasper Carmac paid Sherman Rowland 135 for a undo last weekMiss Jane Bailey is very sick and Mrs Cretie Combs is not expected to liveThe Sunday school on White Oak under the leadership of A M Clark shows signs of improvement Edna Couchof Sextons Creek visited her sister on Doe Creek July 0 to 10G W Garrett of Major has sold his store to his fuller and brother Daglin Rays farm lUll fences were badly damaged last week by rain FLOYD July 2Our school is progress a ing nicelyat Grassy Branch C II jI Moore is teachingBorn to Mr and Mrs J Ie Frost a 12 pound boy Monday nightJ W Wilder of Stringtown visited G Horn Sun dayS Baker of this place is plan ling to go to Cow Creek Kyto mako pictures GARRARD COUNTY CARTERS LLE July Jrs B F Lear and two daughters of Paint Lick and Givens Terrell and family of Cartcrsvillo visited Mrs Tom Green Saturday Mrs Mary Hammack has been visit ing her children at Paint Lick for several laysJ B Carter is able to get around ngainF M Carter is improving slowlyUncle Jack Ham mack has been in bad shape for ten days but was able to go with School Board to Lancaster yesterday in re gard to our schoolTho yield of hay is v ry heavy though mixed with a great de1 ofwhito blossom Huckle errtei are plenty at 25cents per gallon Tom Green has been stack ing wheat for his neighbors for over two weeks You may hear of trouble here at any time as we have to raise funds for school by tax 100 poll and 15cents on the hundred MASON COUNTY MAVSVILLE July ISMiss Frances Strawder left Wednesday for Philadelphia Rev W M J Price of this citywas elected Moderator of the Baptist As sociation in Lexington last week Gee Routt is still improving The concert given by James A Monday at the Bethel Baptist Church Friday evening was a succes Mr Tibbs of Lexington the musician of the even ing was well received MADISON COUNTY PEYTON TOWN July IGIisl Sarah Martin is very illSeveralof our people at tended the rally at Kirksville Sunday Misses Mary E Merrill and Addcll Phelps spent Saturday with Mrs Mary 1 the Phelps The people of Peytontown were surprised at the marriage of Miss Mattie Campbell and George Shearer Our school opened Monday with Miss Addell Phelps teacher Wo hope to have a prosperous school yearWo an nounce the marriage of Thomas Campbell and Miss Sallie Shearer Thursday night July21st The bride to be is a laughter of the bride groom of last week Rev G D Miller willoficateFrank Peyton gave a fish supper at his house Saturday night Miss Mary V White is teaching school nt Valley View this year Goodby Money Away with filthy lucre With cold and clammy cash Awns with vulgar money Theres microbes on the trash The doctors say It fairly squirms With forty million kinds of germs Just think of nil the chances Youre taking with the truck When In your Inside pocket A dollar bill you tuck Or two or three or four some men Have had at times as high as ten You may say when I tell you Im talking through my bat But I had thirteen dollars At one tlmlhlnk of that All tucked In ono small pocketbook- Oh what frightful chance I tookl No more will dimes and Quarters My lonescmo pockets fill No longer will I fondle The lonthesome dollar bill- I will not risk my precious life So If you owe me pay my wife Learning Young My chickens said the speckled hen are the brightest chickens In the lot Yes sold the proud rooster stepping a little higher I noticed that they ran to rover when a colored preacher drove by Escapes One OrdeaL Do you believe In punishment after deathI dont know anything about It At any rate a man does not have to listen to his own funeral sermon Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh awl strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for tree sample SCOrr ft ISOWNK Chemists 409415 Pe N wYork soc andLoot druulall THE STRIKE CRISIS Allied Trades Unions in the Stock yards May Become Involved in the Controversy HELD A FIVE HOURS CONFERENCE At its Conclusion a Letter Was Sent to the Packers Asking For a Joint Conference The Unions Joining In the Request For the Meeting Represent All the Trades Engaged In the Pack- Ing Industry Chicago July roThe crisis In tbo stock yards strike will como Wednes day afternoon Ttio allied trades unions In the stock yards which ore certain to become Involved In the con troversy if It Is not soon settled held a conference Tuesday afternoon lust ing five hours and at Its conclusion sent a letter to the packers aaklnc for a Joint conference between represen tatives of the strikers of the packers and of the allied trades to see If a set tlement of the strike along careful lines can not be reached Tuesday night there was nobody who would say that the packers would agreo to the conference and It Is Impossible to say with certainty that the meeting will beheldArthur Meeker manager for Armour sit Co speaking Tuesday night for tho other packers as well OB for his own establishment said he would send a reply In Wednesday morning to the letter received Tuesday after noon from tho representatives of tho allied unions Ho declined to say however what the nature of the reply would be The unions joining In the rQuest for the meeting represent all the traders engaged in tho packing Industry and they have joined In a final appeal for arbitration between the packers and the striking butchers President Don nelly of tho Butchers union said Tuesday night that bo was anxious to have peace but that unless It came with tho proposed conference Wed nosday there would be a general sym pathtlc strike on tho part of the al lied trades unions The letter was signed by representatives of the coopers packing house teamsters stationary firemen station ary engineers steamOtters steam t ters helpers electrical workers car pontors car workers millwrights and machinery erectors blacksmiths and horseshoers unions Both sides still claim to have the advantage In the strike The packers assert that they are operating their plants almost at their full capacity while the strikers contend that tho packing trade throughout tho country Is practically demoralized The pack ers also assort that there Is no necessity for any advance In tho prices ot moat and declare that It Is simply a holdup by the retail dealers St Paul Minn July 201t Is stated that President Willis of the local branch of the Meat Cutters and Butch ore union received a telegram at 1 oclock Wednesday morning from President Donnelly at Chicago asking that the South St Paul blockade be suspended pending negotiations at Chicago Wednesday President Willis will comply with the request A COLORED MOB It Runs One of Their Race Out of the Cripple Creek District Cripple Creek Col July 20A mob of Negroes Tuesday compelled one of their race named Edwards to leavo the district under their threats of hanging him If he remained They were Incensed over an exhibition In a group of moving pictures for which they allege Edwards posed The pic lures represented a supposed assault upon a white woman and a chase of the criminal by bloodhounds The Guards Called Out Dawson Ga July 20The Dawson guards were called out by order of the governor to protect Will Nix who Is In jail charged with being an acces sory to tho murder of W O Cham bless a merchant at Graves against a supposed mob Weavers Strike Patersbn N J July 2OThe wea vers employed by Johnson Cowdln St Co silk manufacturers struck Tues day because refused a ten per cent Increase In wages It la said that tho warpers and winders may strike out of sympathy Lumber Workers Strike Reddlno Cal July 20Tho plant of the McCloud Lumber Co at Me Cloud the largest lumber plant In the state Is tied up by a strike About 1800 men are affected Ordinary laborers havo been receiving for 11 hours work Bricklayers Strike Washington July 20 Twentyeight bricklayers engaged In construction work at the Washington army bar racks are on ntrlke because a nonunion colored bricklayer was given work there The union will support the strikers Advance For Cutters and Gatherers Cleveland 0 July 20Tho Amalgamated WIndow Gives Workers con vontlon took up the wage scale basis for tho coming year It was decided to ask an advance of 14 and 2 percent respectively for cutter and gath sera t A CHANCE FOR YOU There is n good clmnco for strong nml willing young men to earn money for school expenses ia1 Berea this fall by work on tho Farm and in the Brickyard nml at other work These chances are only for such ns will bo hero in the Full Term be ginning Septemlwr 11 and tho worl must he engaged beforehand For particulars address W C GAMBLE Secretary Boron Ky No man or woman in tho stale will hesitate tosp ftk well ot Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets nftor once trying thorn They always produce a pleasant movement of tho towels itn prove the appotito mid trongthoi the digestion For sale by S K Welch Jr Druggist For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pilland the Pain will disc appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing tho nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by increasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained an a result of modern discoveries In medicine making it possible to relieve pain without bad nftereffects You can stately depend upon Dr Mlles Antirain Ills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act ion on tho nerves almost Instantly relieve such distressing feelings as Dli zlness Car Slcknlss Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering In their use you do away with tho cause Dr Miles AntiPain Tills are guar anteed that nrst package will benefit or your money hack Never sold In bulk I am thankful for tho good Dr Miles AntlIMIn Pills have and are doing me Ever since the war I had spells of severe throbbing head ache caused by catarrh until nix yean ago I began taking Antl1nln 1llls the remidy that ever gave me relief Blnco then I have not hail ono hard attack because I take a Illl dltncultyOLOSAINDIilt9 FREE Wrlto to us for FrI TriAl Iuckago of Dr Mlles Anti PaIr Pills the New Scientific Ilemedy for rain Alro Symptom mink Our Specialist will dlagnoitn your tell you what lx wronltlnnd how tn right It- ortf Dlt MIIIHCAI CO LAUOKATOIUKB UUU1AHT iND u To Farther Increase Our Trade Wo are offering tho cheapest goods out Before buying elsewhere call nml son tin Millinery latesUtylofl nt Hock Bottom Prices MOIIH Cloth ing from F3 riO up to JSOO Regular ro and 510 Values Calico 5c par yd Iorcalwi iA cts to 12l cts Hr yard Groceries in proportion Coal Oil 12 eta per gal Highest Prico Paid for Traduce Azbill Azbill Beren and Big IIi Piko u HEALTHI hose without Thedfordi mack Draugb6 We have used It In the family for over two yeas with the beat of ttiulU I have not had a doctor In the house for that length of time H Is a doctor In Itself and alwiya ready to make a person well and happy JAMKS UALL Jack aooTllle ill- Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains free Uio constipated bowels and invigorate the torpid liver and weak cued kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in the home where lekeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyears ThedfonlsBlackDraught headachesdiarnccea alimentbecauseliver and ki nes so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS QLACI DRAUGHT 10701101101100rThe Kirksville School o For Boys and aIr IItr G P Simmons Principal Mark S Pockham Asst Prin ot Miss Ada Alton Prin Dopt of Music o 0r sr 0- o Incidental Fees s AHGrmloH HO cents por Term All foH 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