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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fHIrI+rH IrIrrJAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher at fat Potlofflet at Ktrta Ay ai tteond clou nattmatttr Ihkrtd IH1H HIIrrHH VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 28 1901 One dollar a year Y0 C IDEASt No ono ever deceives for a prod JIr- pIfulit is hard to lose a fault huh very to find one you would loam lilt vuliio of dollar try tolwrrowono FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russian warships aru rejKirted to liavo Hunk two Japanese HclioouerH 1 A British merchant sluiI was mink by tlio Russian IIIIIiOstok14IllIIclrull Thu ItiiHHiiuiH have evacuated Now Chwang and burned till railway nta tiouThi Russian civil authorities loft New Chwang and Governineut prop erty is loiiig destroyed A German merchant ship waH stopM d and searched hn Russian warship in tho Gulf of Finland The Russian Government has an propriatid 1IKHKK for imiiiodi ii to improvement on the Siberian railway Russia has iix 1ogiod for the ac tion of tier volunteer cruisers in sol z lug British and German ships in till Rd Sea C Koudanovsky First Secretary of the ItiiHHian Legation at Pekin JChilla committed Hiiicide on n rail Yale and Harvard were till victors III tot international games hull at the Queens Club West Kensington England They defeated Oxford anil Cambridge in six out of nine events SiniilnvH battle of Tn Tcho Kiao lasted tilt the Russians finally leing fornvlto retreat Till lap uneM firing line extended fifteen miles it is Ixlieved the unmans will huvo to retire to Liao Yang iGnu Kuroki niter two days hard occupied KiaoTung Gen i Kuroki rejiorts that the Japanese Ions was estimates the Rus sign Ions at 1XK The Japanese captured Ion riiloH and a iiiunlxr of prisoners COUNTRYI of t President ROOM wit was ellicially notified of his nomination yesterday North Dakota Republicans iiom Inafod K Y Sarhm of Hillnboro for r Governor j A general strike of Chicago pack hlJholllllJ employes is on involving 5Ithousand A Jersey City man wins arrested by Postolliee Ins cctors on the- of conducting a lottery h Gorman of Maryland has lchnrJO to accept till chairmanship Democratic National Commit Nearly 100000 homesteaders Imo registered during the rush on the SouhDa25000 workers in tho cotton mills of tot Fall Itiver Mass district have quit work IMKSIUHU of a reduction in wages The Jajvineso Government lung contracted with a Joplin Mo com pony for 1XX of HjRlter to used in fortifications W J Bryan has made public hulls plan for the reformation of till Dem ocratic jarly Ho advocates State ownership of railroads Government control of telegraphs tho income tax tho election of Federal Judges by the XH ple and the alx lition of private monoKly COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Two moro rich oil strikes nro roo ported from ClllllherlnlltllOlIlIt Gun Simon Ilolivar Uncknor in riously ill at his homo near Munford ville SlIporilltmlllolltIof UIIII has resigned Judge Upton W Muir of Louis ville was drowned whilo bathing in tho surf at Cape May N J Tho Hov John Lnko has resigned an Stilt secretary of tho Kentucky Y M C A and will go to China us a Baptist missionary t Parts of Carlisle and Hickman counties have IMHJII iiianiiitined bo ciiuso of a threatened epidemic of Texas fever among tho cuttlo there Oov Beckham has apointod tho Hon Isaac II Thurman of Wash ington county to fill tho unoxpired torn of tho liUo Judge Charles Pat terson in tho eleventh district In nn opinion given to Superinten dent of Instruction Fuqiia t Attorney General Hays holds that common school fund of tutu State is entitled to its proi thelusurfunds and taxes paid into W anco Department which apportion 1uleut has not IMHJII made 18Ui5 Something liko 150000 is involved totapportionment THE CITIZEN Till NKW 8KCKKTAUY OK TUB NAVY Paul Morton b In iiirrrnlri the ptfcnl attorney Rrnvrnl tv II Mwnljr M arertAq ridentINN Im Wn In the riiilnuil liiinintrM At tlic tlnio fir Ida nrrnt appointment to the rbillIIa thirlvier luriulrnl of Iii AtcliUon lolkallil Santa ro rnllroml + + + t f Our Popular Scholarship Contest f hh + + + + h+ + + + + h+ + Wtk hIk till interest in TIM CITUKXS Iree Scholarship Offer increast Iree tuition in Korea College for two terms will be given to the two most pnlar young jHojile in ouch of flue eight counties named in our advertisement on page live As we go to press the following votes have 111011 received Jackson County W L IJoglwy liOl- KIjiura Hatlield SW Susie Watson 8X Samuel Davis iX- Liwie Wilson 155- 0Nannie Click HOO Lucy Parsons 300 May Sparkman HOO C D Smith 100 Hoi Krt Taylor 100 Noel Wilson 100 Madison County Madison County made a groin of 2iO this week giving the several candidates the following standing- ClaudoDoHauu 275 ll wsio lays J7- Wallaeu Adams Pearl Gay Toinmie O Hakor 100 Maggie I wen 100 Clay County Ida Hongi 1250 Susie Sparks 12 W M Rice12XBURNS THE MOUNTAIN POET Letter From President Frost Wo travel to see now seems and great cities hut men are greater than oceans mountains or buildings nod till greatest satisfaction which Iox j oct from my trip this summer is tho inspiration which unity come to mo from the thoughts of great menthe living mind tho dead Bud great men aro not those who hold some high otlico or iossoss wealth or lower but those who in some way safer blessings anti hello fits upon humanity Tho first great man whoso homo and haunts I have visited is Robert hums Ho was horn near till town of Ayr in Scotland in 1750 timidmi the day of toyvisit moro than a hundred other IMTKOIW from all parts of tho wOrld came toseo tho place Monu meats to his memory have been erected not 0111lit Ayr where ho was Irani andat Dumfries where ho died at tho early ago of U7 but at Glasgow at Edinborough and in moro than twenty other cities while his portrait timings on the wall of thousands of palace lull cottage homes And why do people cart so much for Rolnirt Burns f It is because ho- was a great poet And a poet is a prophet or preacher Have you noticed that Moses and David and Isaiah and most of the preacher prophets of tilt Bible wore i writers of songs mud ballads mutt 10011151 A pout makes us sue the beauty of tho world and makes us love our friends bettor and leads us to do our duty with moro readiness and joy and really makes us wiser timid strong er by his poems Who is there who huts not been made stronger maid bet ter by a gixxl song or a good oom t Among poets hunts is remarkable CoiitluuiHl on page ls M M Robinson 800 G 1 larvis MX- T E Burch too Mary Collins toO Clias Combs Ion Owsley County Tile greatest gain the past neck was Made by Owsloy County which casts 1SX votes divided among four candidates as follows Norn Wilson 700 Snowden Reynolds liH Garfield Cain loll 150 Mary Ray 200 Rockcastle County Rachel HililMinl BOO E Thompson 500 John McForron MX Fannie McCliiro KK- Mollio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Byrda Melhlrguu100Estlll Robert L Covlo toO Martha ogtdou 100 THE RIGHT WINS lion Joseph W Folk was unan imously nominated for Governor of Missouri by the Democratic Conven tion on a platform whoso principal planks mire Wo sincerely declare unremitting warfare matins corruptionists and hero announce the decree that there is 110 room in tho Democratic party rorruptiolliIWe repudiate their support in site them to leave tho State and of fur them shelter only in tho peniten tiary if they remain We have confidence in tho honesty ot the people tumid to them wo ap peal for success Wo invite mill honest people to join cWruptiOIlItthis campaign std on this issue wo stake the hopo of the Democratic party of Missouri Ills nomination is practically equivalent to an election nod his election will mark tho successful ending ofn fight for civil and righteous ness begun nlnlost alone against seem ugly invincible corruption His vie tory is due III chief measure to his wisdom in seeing till effectiveness of right as a practical Klitical princi 110 his courage in defending it without compromise and to the exclusion of every other issue mind his unfalter fag iHlief that the public conscience needs only to bo aroused in order to snake the overthrow of wrong com pleto His campaign huts helm carried on in doiianco of all political maxims with the whole force of tho machine against him with till Supremo Court of till State antagonistic rind with every element that makes for party strength in open fold con centrated opposition Mr Folk in his sjuech of accept ance declared that tho battle against boodlors was just begun mend that if elected ho would slake Missouri tho most unhealthy place in the land for corruptionists Sixteen Departments- Eight HrJ Is your money safe carryitloss by theft or fire The Berea Banking Company offers safety SAFETY FROM FIRE Our banking rooms aro fitted with one of the finest fireproof vaults to be found outside of tho largo cities SAFETY FROM THEFTOur vault and safe are also burglar proof mind besides wo carry burglar insurance sutlicient to cover any loss wo f might sustain front theft And a Safe 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we yen BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCourt Ice Cream All Flavors lei Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables JA JA JA Phone JOES No 68 Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Corner Richmond Ky DR M Eo JONES Dentist Office Over Printing office BEREA KY Open Every Day from 9oclock I m until 4 oclock p m A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables- a specialty ICE COLD LEMONADE and POP OPPOSITE BCnDETTEs MILL Berea Ky Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and Twill call promptly Berea Zy HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted Bon Bons 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 solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Kj PHONE No 78 Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at prices Next door to populaI R 6 Engle Prop fain St Richmond Ey Williams le better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean kg and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Kit Street RHH Ka werl1ttirally Qfnttitri 4tttt iuI tintty SItnra Ar tu imtranl By WILLIAM W CROSBY Principal of the Lowell Textile School rnHE fact that sciences and mathematics were so late in devel oping makes it clear to see why the classics and sQ called cul ture studies received so large an amount of attention in the curricula of the earnest schools and colleges Today we recognize in the sciences means for the very best medial development and also means for supplying the wants to say nothing of the luxuries of everyday life There never was a time in the history of the world when the development of technical studies was carried to such an extent as now and in these same studies there is the foundation ofnearly all that conduces to our material welfare In motive powers we tind that the waterfall was one of the earliest forces to be harnessed and that even to this day it forms an important were1vcrment of electrical machinery with what science has taught in the matter if insulating electrical conductors it is now possible to use the remote waterfall and transmit its energy to a distant point where it may be used profitably For over a century steam has been of great importanccand still holds a foremost lace but the development of the reciprocating steam engine itself has been most remarkable Heros uigine known to antiquity was but a toy up to within a decade yet today the steam tur bine is attracting the attention of our leading engineers and users of large amounts of power such as our electric light corporations and trac lion companies are using this new machine to drive the generators From Franklins kite and key to the modern electric automobile rolling smoothly along the road is a long step and again we it science that the development of the electric current has made this possiI isle Then there is our means for signalling and transmitting thought from continent to continent by means of the cable there is the tele graph for land there is the telephone i there is the modern system of fubmarine signalling whereby a ship may locate at a distance of sev eral miles the position of a shoal marked by a submarine bellto say pothing of the means by which we signal without conductors making Use of the higher wave vibrationsIWe arc completing more brdgc every year longer in span and rapable of carrying greater loads than ever before and we are burrow Ing under the earth and under the harbors to secure quicker and mon direct communication between the different sections of our cities Laud is becoming more valuable and where once as the height of the build ing increased so we increased the thickness of the wall to carry the added load now we change the construction of our buildings so that we may waste as little as possible of the land and yet carry our buildings higher Where once we were well satisfied with the several chemicals of nature or those which required but a comparatively smallamount of manipulation now we are making synthetically a purer and cheaper chemical than we once obtained directly from nature Once the skins of animals served man as clothing but now the highest skill is commanded to produce for him fabrics varied in texture and ornamented to please his eye and the textile industries alone demand the services of those skilled and trained in designing harmony Qf color mechanics heat light electricity and chemistry It is a fact worthy of note that most of the dyestuffs of the present time arc bypro ducts of gas works coming from the oils carried by the coal tar being made serviceable for the dyer and printer by the chemist The indigo plantations in India have been seriously affected by the production of artificial indigo this being made from the coal tar and requiring the services of trained chemists Through all the example cited it is to be seen that an increasing number of technically trajned men is demanded by the industries and as new applications of the forces of nature are made opportunity for advancement is offered to those who arc willing to apply themselves to the solution of the problems involved If there were no more to do than replace woniout or broken constructions these fields would hive little interest but it is the fresh developments that add fresh interest and these applications demand the very best energies that a man can possessuuLriintu nf iittn By DR LEACH Eminent ChlcitfoPaitor wrttrqrri ulttriri By Are we sovereign There is onlone where man is completely and that is in the realm ofmorals A man king eternal over his own actions If not there is no excuse In politics men are slaves We talk of complete sovereignty but it is not so Everything is cut and dried even before the primary The leaders lead us The only thing is to be led and not know it And yet we think we arc kings ri But I turn again to the dictum Every man is a king If he dots not wish to exercise authority over self then he must suffer To say drunkenness is a disease is sheer nonsense Men would like to have all sin disease Death comes from sin and yet it is not disease in the true sense of the word Men love sin better thin sovereignty Let us be kings then in the fullest sense of the word We can bs we ought to be There is no throne so big as a pure manhood We can in it sitI and rule self Will we do it or not Let us be up and doing at ere it is too late Kings are we Gods kings Thrones we have Let us reign PRESIDENT HARPER Of the Unlvenlty ot Chicago realm sovereign is The demands of the teachers work can be met only by those whom nature has endowed with a high order Of talent IThl teacher to whom is intrusted the fostering care of otfr children should surely be one whose Ability we respect How is it possible to satisfy the conscience if a policy other than this prevails Is there anything more precious than the child whether viewed from the point of view of the family or the state Is not his training a thing of preeminent importance And yet we are willing to pay to his teacher a salary far less than is paid in many cases to the keeper of our horses or to the keeper of our cattle Who cannot sec the utter absurdity of this The teachei every thing being considered should be and in many cases is the equal of the mean or woman who enter into any other professional life THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson il1UIC International Series for July 31 10o1Omri and Ahab Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher Copyright by J M Kdion- LKSSON TEXT t1lngl 16SSJ Memory Verstr SOS3 23 In the thirty und tint year of An king of Judah began Omrl to reign over Israel 12 yearn nix fins reigned he In Tlrtah a And he bought Ihe hill Snmnrln of Shemer for two talents of stiver and built on the hill and called tho name of the city which he built after the name of Shemer owner of the hill Bumorla- K nut Omrl wrought evil In the eye of WHIIbeforeM For ho walked In all the way of Jeroboam the ton of Nebat and In his sin wherewithal made Israel to sin to Lord God of Israel to auger with their vanities Now the rest of the nets of Omrl which ho sId mid his might that tie chew i are they not written In the buck of the chronicles of the kings of Israel IS So Omrl slept with his fathers and was burled In Samaria and Stub hilionreigned In his stead 29 And in the thirty and eighth year of Asa king of Judah began Ahab the Ion of theiont yearsW of Omrl did tvll In the sight or the Iord above nit that were before him SI And it came to palt s as If it hud bna light thing for him to wnlk In the ulna of Jeroboam the son of Nebat that he tkto wire Jezebel the daughter of Kthtiml king of the Uonlnnj and went and wrvul Haul and worshiped him K And he reared up an altar for heal in Injmade a grove and Ahab did more to provoke the Lord God of Israel JlralllhatiTHE IKSSON Includes King I HllSl upperkingdomGOLDKN TKXT Itlghleoune xalN eth a nation but sin M u reproach to unjr peopleIrov TlMUThlriynve years from the nc- ceeslon of Nadnb to that of Ahab and eke beginning of Ahabs reign Ahab cam to the throne SIS II C We go back over oCIup story and Elijah Events in Israel Included In This Lesson Israel was plunged Into a bloody period of Internal strife following the reign of llaasha Uanirm died In tile twenty axlhyear of the reign of Asa king of Judah and hls eon Blah became king and reigned two years when Zlmrl captain ef half his army murdered him seised the throne and then alaughiered all of the royal tem ily Xlmrl rclcm d seven da s and then burned himself to death In the mace et Tlrzah to Mcap rapture by Omrl cap lain of the host ofliraei Half Israel tken follow ed Omfl And hall Tibnl Warfare between the two divisions of unhappy Israel llnally ended In tht death of Ttbnl when Omrl became sole king Upon hit death Ahab hi son became king in the thirty eighth year of the reign of Asa king of Judah Comparing Scripture with Scripture nought the hill Sanarlaand built tin the killthe palace at the capital of Tlrxah was in ruins see verso IS and Omrl selected this desirable site como bluing as It did strength bonut and fer tility for the royal A WICKED bulldlliSII Omrl did worse were before hlmNote the steady d cllno In the moral and religious conditions In Israel The seeds of Idolatry which Jcreboam had sown are bringing forth a terrible harvest road always runs downwardIActs of Omrl emn thought to records the acts of men Horn 1412 Fen the nev1Oreading was but a small part of thlt wicked kings most iniquitous reign God has the complete record however and It will bo brought forth some day Omrl slept with his fathers Death must come to all The wicked may es cape God In this life but deaths hand drags Into the presence of Cod2 Cor C10 A MORE WICKED SON Ahab did evil In the sight of the Lord above all that were before him There were two reasons for this his wicked father and his most wicked wife It Is said that a wife makes or mars a man Ruin came to Israel again and again through matrimonial alliances See Josh 2312 13 Neb 2313 23 29 Even Solomon made shipwreck In this way 1 Kings 1115 and Ichostmphat fell Into this snare later See 2 Chron 216 Jezebel the daughter of tho Zldonlan king was utterly given to the devil She lkwas who brought all the licen tiousness connected with the worship of Baal airil Ashteroth The connection between the Indulgence of Impurity and the declension of the spiritual life Is very close In Ilomans 1 Paul tells us that men that refuse to retain God In their knowledge are given up to the workings of passion They lose the sweet clear Impression of the truth and nearness of tho Christ Do pure Reared up an altar for DaalThoB- un was worshiped under various Im setIup officiated barefoot and dancing and kiss ling the Image were among the chief rites From pasglrc share In the wor ship of Baal ho quickly passed to tho fictive participation and lent his ener glen and kingly wealth and Influence to establish and spread this abominable heathen worship Seed Thoughts Sin like noxious weeds Is a rapid grower and prolific seed producer God sees evil when man is blind to It Omni and Ahab may have been winning the approval and applause of their pea plo while they were Incurring the con demnation of God A fair taco may mask a wicked heart Many a than has been captivated by the first only to find disaster and ruin through the influence of tho second A bud woman Is always worse than a bad man because woman Is cast In a finer mold and more readily runs to ox treme goodness or extreme badness r fkr 11V j t L WEIMERS HOUSE Dy S D aicMnnus Copyright by the Rams Horn Chicago Winners Hoimo Now nlnt It grand Nothing linn la the land When the folks conic up thin way down from Kllnt and llulllday And we snnler up mid down sceln eights around the town They dont seem to have no use for the Ktormorcalabooiio All iht really mwm to seer In Riemarg pile of masonry Pine Now I should calculate grand enough for poten tiate Ilullt of stone from land know where cover more than half n square Marbo ales and nods efstoop fancy llxlna lace and loop Prom the cellar to the to makes a stranger send and gvp W a ks nruntiln through the grew dogs and lions made of brass And Inxlde Ive heard It told Is a sight lust to behold Like a palace no I guess just one doggoned lovelltiMti Pictures big as double doors catty carpel on the floors Marble wltnmen Iron kids strange things from tho 1jnunldii Curtlngn a nth n house anti lot oven more lfn llfcelyn not Crockery things from forma part rrpro sentln ancient arts Goodncm me fly what folk tell what alai there haint bea to sell Makes thinks look ilk thirty cats Mm moo truck without pretense 11lemtahouse Look yonder tkofe where the black smoke tub the air What Is thnt you italnly see That Is WlemerlI Ilrowrrjr Here Is where be colas Itle gold pilen his rlItM up uatold This Wlemrr private mlntX tile Mm to nil latent i Wlemera louse ao fair to nee Is but n shaft to mlcerr Itverjr stone within It well HIeotly for JtMttce call Could Itey cry aloud like mm they would tell whAt tenrue nor pea Could not utter for the tall would rake stoutest keen to fall WIdow cries would reed the air shrieks of Buffering and despair Ilroken henna would moan In grist preying for deaths sweet roller Starving chlldre cold unfed benglag for u cruet of bread Might be heonlOod span tho sightery ntchLIbo hoard Mb War am lash broken rsrll Then would sound the murderers Imotag an from deepest hell And the clunk nt felons chaise curdling and room like vsu11IIgllt BUM ow sore may tough but I we an epitaph On every stone within Its wails ITIrbu a tombII tamest hall Hullt at a rent beyond all prleeet nt4fat with Mcrlfkt It wllo are red with human blood M dyed M stained no earthly flood Can wash them elean 0 house of IHllt whose pobwn choke the very breath How dlowly creeps the lime apace when on earth shall be no place For brewery saloon and den to blight and cures the oula of men Oed speed the day when from our sight thee shell be banished Palo night And Cods good world hall henceforth be forever from Intemiwrnara free THE VOICE OF SCIENCE How Men Who Think Consider the Effect of AlcoholThey All Condemn It I hardly know any more potent cause of disease than alcohol Sir W Gull MDIAlcoholic liquors are poisonous be rauzc they contain alcohol Frank Woodbury M D No other poison kills as quick If enough Is taken at onceD VT Richardson M D When people understand what alcohol Is and what It ddcs they will put It out of exlatencoWillard Parker M D I can no more accept alcohol as food than I can chloroform or ether James Edmunds M D Alcoholic drinks are poisons In the same sense as are opium arsenic chloro form etc and should bo sold under tho same laws as these poisons K S Davis M Dire Results of n Physicians Advice The following illustration of bad ad vice In tho lecture roods Is probably not an exceptional case A professor of motorla medica lecturing on cocaine called It one of tho greatest of all stim ulants and perfectly harmless Ho cited his own experience of Its good effects and advised the does to personally test It In debility and exhaustion Of a class of 32 who listened to tills advice five became cocaine takers within two years Ten years later 13 of this class were drug and spirit takers In all probability the use of cocaine was the starting point of their addictions Four died from the direct of this drug Evidently more than half of tho class bad followed the advice of the teacher and were wrecked A few years after the professor became air Invalid and retired from tho profession In all prob ability a victim of his own counsel and confidence in cocaine Journal of In- ebriety At the annual burnera meeting of the Norway Grove Lutheran church Mil waukee WIs the followlrc resolution was adopted Gods wolJ teaches us that neither drunkards nor gluttons shall Inherit the kingdom of God m EXPENSE ACCOUNT Exact Transcription tram the Weekly Account Dook of n Workingman Hare Is an exact transcription from a worklugumns weekly book account Sunday t 71 Monday morning whisky Is Monday jrliiMO hoer tl tondu evening glrtMwi bror 3dTueadaywtdnadd SantoosasettonJuy i fur oir Thursday whUklc 3 Deers CIIFriday r Saturday evening drunk I Paul standing bill fnrconl 2 W Owe the saloon keeper M Owe for groceries 2 m OWe for mont I 31 Own forwent S IOI7 Itocelvwl for live days work W This statement was made out on Sun day In tho presence of his wlfo and four children while trying to lccp warm before an empty grate with the ther mometer 1C degrees below zero says tho American Issue There was no coal In tho house nothing to eat no money and no credit outside It shows that for five days work ho received 7GO of which 575 went for Intoxicating liquors It further shows that ho was short for groceries moat and rent 626 That Is to say he had paid all his drink bill but 25 rents as his account shows doublings under compulilon of getting no more drink while tho legitimate tradesmen were left to whistle This shows where tho money goes Who ronht the bills for this business Tho landlord who loses his rent the baker the butcher and tho grorer tho charitable persons who pity the chil J drop and keep them from starving and the taxpayers who support tho Jails prisons tho hospital and tho alms houses whero such folks fetch up last aIWho makes the money Tho keeper who Is privileged to nil the with poverty wretchedness madness crime disease death and damnation being authorised by the sovereign peo ple Are you one of the sovereign people REFORM NOTES r You cannot take the sting out of tho saloon by rutting ore Its rattlea Hams Yarn A little real resolution against evil would do much more good than many written reeolutlonaltatns Horn Tho Isattt of brandy and beer as part of the army ration will It Is said txr nbolMxMl throughout the whole German empire In tho near future The IMUO of brandy end beer as partIof tho army ration will It Is said abolished throughout tho whole German empire In the near future Hotels anti drug stores In llostnn sell lag liquor to women have stiffer d the penalty of withdrawal of their licenses IMtlee CommlMlonor Kmmons new broom Is doing a deal of sweeping The Michigan Christian Advocate expresses the Mntlment of every true American citizen In been words It wo could we would transform every brewery Into a manufactory every sa loon Into store every saloon keeper Into a farmer and every drinker Into a total abstainer A remarkable feature of the New York Ghetto one that puts to shame UiN ChrlHlanliMr districts of the city Is the paucity of saloons No gaudy and enticing establishment for drink aro found there and although saloons dot exist they are far apart and so poor In appearance lIS to Indicate that they have little or no custom Even these saloon occur on the streets whore many people other than Jews pass Teaching Theologs Temperance A theological seminary of the Free Lutheran church In Minnesota has taken up tho subject of Alcohol and the Prink Evil A retiree of lectures has been given to Its students to which clergymen and lecturers of all tho Nor wegian temperance associations have been Invited The rosldentofthesem inary declares that the alcoholic subject has become to prominent a part ot tho evils of the world that clergymen must bo trained to meet and teach tho public Its extent and how to remove It A movement Is projected to have a course of lectures at the worlds fair In October In St Louis designed particu larly for temperance lecturers teach ers and reformers These lectures am to bo exclusively devoted to tho actiontof alcohol on the hotly and the disorders which follow from Its use In Norway at the University of Upsala a course of lectures pas been given by tho mcdlcoj professors which was very largely at tended by clergymen and others Inter ested In tho subjectJournal of In ebriety Change of Sentiment in Vermont They tried It and did not like It that Is to say the peoplo of Vermont are ex periencing a revulsion In temperance sentiment caused by the excesses which followed tho repeal of tho prohibitory law At the recent elections tho results wore very gratifying Last year there were 92 license towns while this year there are only 3G A great victory for iioHccnBo was won In Hutland tho homo of P W Clement who was the leader In tho agitation for tho repeal of prohibition The AntiSaloon league has been active and successful In arous ing the temperance sentiment ot tho state Christian WorkvTemperance Restaurant in Munich 1openedcity promoted and helped by tho temperance societies ot the city and Dr Max Grube president of the Vienna congress In 1001 and professor of the university at Munich Dr Forcl says that if anyone had told him when ho was a student and doctor In Munich that suoh a thing would over bo possible In that city ho would have said that such a person was cracked THE CITIZEN t IIIIItH+IIIIIHII The Home JBWHIB LESTER BILL Editor 44 +IH4 1H1H +i1fM1 A New Game The Will nndthi Trees Thm Ianti may Iw played by any niimlmr iiiil reprisentH till wind and Ileluex tho room wliilo others chooHu name of a tree iw tilin oak ash or jiino All urn seated and wind come in She IIIOVCH nlxmt tlio room Haying Tlio wind in blow fug till ash trey Tlio child who IUIH taken that naino follows tho wino l and another Is called tillall aro on tholr Pest When tho wind exclaims Tho wind III blowing all tho tree nil move after her Sometimes sin HajH The wind blown very Wmtlto and tho trees inovo HOCUror Tho wind in blowing a tho playorH rush after her Suddenly who says TIll wind IIIIH Qtoped blowing and neatH herxelf Then all tho trees Hit down AH thru in one chair less than till nninlur of players till player loft standing ban to MTwiial the wind and the game Ikglim again If Pins or buttons are Swallowed When tho baby begins to creep sit till tloor if 811ysmall articles nnch J aH bnttoiiH wifetypiiis etc aro loft laying altout ho is apt to put them in t his month end Isis mother may ln IIIlIIII1 tiKn to n movo I1I1I1111t if till object Hwallowtsl IUIH pressed down far It may la brought up by simply giving tho child a sharp slap Iwlween till tslrsitiduwnthen sluppitg Isis back If this does r not bring it up the mother should Ufstomach give plenty of nmHh bread mid milk or talked totatoeH which will form n soft coding about it and bring it safely through Never make the IIIItlllor giving a cathartic to hurry tho object along this doe iiKiro harm thou WInlllllllll provo I very dangerous If a foreign taxly has lodged in till now utid tho child is old enough I to blow hold one nostril anti make him blow with tilt other or tickle hU naru with a feather or indum a HIICOKO by means ota littlo black JHHr If till mibstanco is in tho ear it b should not IHJ tamis red with unless it say lx 1111411tIItHi at tho ojxiiing but tho child should lx taken at oneo to a good doctor or sorio1- 1tranhl0 may otherwino result I ofIHH +1IIHHHIttIl + I The School ti JoaN slat DIHSMORB Wlt- orHHHHHHIHHIHHllHHlr The Outlook Thu proHxcl for the Pllhlie- SchoolH11I Eastern Kentucky for the year 1WM situ eiicoiiruging In the institute far attended the teach ers an with awake said enthusiastic III Hcholurship they art improving year by year The Ktnndards of jnoral noel intellectual attainmeiitH are steadily moving upwards A large per tent of the teachers in the mountain counties Lave had Home training beyond tint of the district school stud this er cent m rapidly increasing These trained teacherH are doing Moro to rose the status of the schools than any other force jmono indeed than all other forces put together When comixtent in structors take the hold the incompo touts urn pushed out There w no demand for them They nro not wanted They must fit thom Helveri for thu busincHH or quit Tho presence of our efficient teach or in soon felt in his district Tho attendance U letter interest is aroused tho whole community is quickened and takes n new grip on life Evorylxxly likes to bear good news and soon othor communities hear of it stud naturally wonder why their schools lire not equally HIIC ceHsful They are not slow to learn that the difference is in the teacher that the touchier is the essential rile- tor in any school and if they would havo creditable work they must look for trained workmen A score of well trained teachers will revolts tionizo tho schools in any county They are an inspiration to all with whom they roam in contact They not only sot n standard for County Suixirintondont and patrons but they t show teachers what they can do and what they must do If tloy wish to achieve success Hero is whom the County Institute does the moHl good Each attend ant finds his or her plow before the end of the week It to an oppor l unity for each one to measure his ability and knowledge of teaching with others of his own class Heal worth soon manifests itself not only to tho 8iiM rintundent nnd instructor but but to every mcinlor present It will paynny onu who is inter ested to mnko a study of the touch sirs through the HessioiiH of an insti xpectM1ttIingly failing lletween these two extremes sire all grades It is an excellent placo for a teacher to take Isjright material he will see his failings cllrrIxJHl incentive to an e lucation- Tho teachers aro a Hiixjrior cliwH increasingly This is very noticeable There is no occasion to criticise their ability or good listen tions All theynee In education mind training To this end tJlIYIIiI putting forth their lxst efforts ami the schools must meet them half witty that eomti within their reach in cost If this were done we sltoul wxn hun little eauso for complaint Teachers are poor and Hchooling in most places is costly Many of them Hpend usury cent thiefcan suave for years striving to incriiiso their ef Udellc and to attain to n reasonable degreo Hcholarnhip It is a noble aim and nobly are they striving to reach it J W Dissjioni HHHHHHIlHHHHHlHI f The Farm i BlUa CBKBVZk MASON Editor iiiH n 11 I I I I H I I I I I I I THE TOBACCO ACREAGE Am Inrrmcr In the Hurley DUIrlrt Nnuir Marked Itrdurtln Taking n giticnil vli w of the whole country It tipiKnrH mvnnllni to the burviiil of htntlHtlcK that tin toliiuvo acraiK lu the barley tlUtrlct whirl puiliniif cirtiiln counties of Kentucky Ohio Indiana nnd Vest Virginia will lit coimldiTiilily larger thou tint plant itl tout year The good prices nrtlvtxl for lax seats crop the mluetil Mock nnd tin prtHont very high prkiit of thlx lyjHS of tobacco lire nKxInncU an tin chief ciium fur Use increase A xllgld IncrtiW reported nUo for the eastern Ohio counties producing export toliuefo and for the limited area Virginia producing sun cureil tobacco On tutu other hand marked mluctluii of acreage in retorted fruits the follow ing mctloun Tlio cigar tobacco see dons of New KiiKlund New York Will coiiMln and the suits grown tobacco area of Cadmleii county Fin and Dtvntur county tan the dark tobacco counties of wextcni Kentucky Tenneswe and COUllIan South Carolina- A tdlKht ilecnitHO In acreage Is report ed for PiiitiHjlvunlii and for the bright belt of Virginia I The low prices received for last year x crop by tutu product of Untie types the high price of cotton scarcity of In bor and n into nnd unfavorable wnnon ore the principal reasons uuggiiitwl for the lecreniM The acreage III the following mxllons Is nllOrhllo be about the mimu its tint planter hint year The Miami Valley illMtrlct of Ohio producing cigar tobacco the nhnde grown tobncvo hren of Florida and O con la the Old Belt nun tIM in North Carolina Maryland smith the limited area In Wrat Virginia pro during tobacco of the eastern Ohio export type Cottonirrd Mal Analyse mode In use South Carolina experiment Htutlon laboratory show thatll tint clans cottonseed meal con tains nt least 7 per cent of nitrogen equivalent to 8C per cent of nminonln about f PIT cent of available niton Phone acid and about 15 per cent of potnnh soluble In water It contain In addition about J per cent of phogphor Ic acid situ Jt per cent of potash oolu blo only In acid With regard to meal containing n considerable quantity of liullrt and loan certainly than 1118 percent of nitrogen equivalent to 7W per cent of ammonia It la to bo sold that whllo hulls can be advantageously fed when mlred with meal moat feeders will doubtless prefer to purchnnu n con centrated product nnd make the mix ture with hulls themselves Farmers when purchasing mesh especially if It in to be used for fertilizing purposes will no doubt be governed by the per centage of nitrogen or ammonia which tho product Is guaranteed to contain IB the Medicinal Garden Tho worlds fair IIIIH n strip of land ISO feet by 40 feet wide devoted to medicinal nnd drug plants The plants are Inbcled to show the scientific and the common nnmes the parts used lit medicines and their properties The grass family occupies the lint position in the field and Includes In this exhibit the most valuable member aid one of tho most worthless from the farmers standpoint nnmcly corn and couch grass the cornstnrch anti silk fur nished by the former being used In medicine nnd tho running rootstock of the litter n source of ninth trouble to the farmer also possessing medicinal seal a native plnut for the root of which a great demand exists and whirls brings n good price will also bo found here as well as another plant which hat caused n In sUllllly1nonll INDUSTRIAL WAR rho Sympathetic Strike at the Chicago Stock Yards Was Completed Wednesday THE 700 TEAMSTERS WENT OUT fho Waltorcgscs In tho 1acklncr House Kcstanrunt Struck Also Stcnog- rapherH hi General Office Several Small Riots Took Place Tues day Which It Believed to Bo Only a Foretaste of What It To Come lIympatbetloIUudncsJuy morning Tho belated sanction of tho teamsters joining their brother workmen In tho general strike was given Tuesday night by the ofll cure of the International Teamsters union and the 700 drivers employed In tho packing Industry In Chicago quit work Nearly 100 of thcso men struck Tuesday of their own volition refusing to walt for an official order notifying them that tho sympathetic strike was Indorsed With the union teamsters out every union organiza tlon represented In tho Chicago pack lag plants Is on strike The teamsters organization Is considered ono of the most Important organizations in tho present controversy and all along was mainly depended on to bring success to the strikers Tho greater portion of tho fresh meats disposed of to tho local trado Is hauled In wagons to tho downtown district by these teamsters With the men on strike and no union men in their places rioting Is almost suro to follow and a duplication of tho rlota which took place In 1902 during tho packing house teamsters strike are looked for as soon as tho packers at tempt to deliver their products with nonunion help Riots by tho unionists and their friends In the stockyards district on Tuesday night resulted In tho shoot lag of ono man and tho beating another into Insensibility while third was severely cut and bruised This Is hollowed by tho police to bo but n foretaste of what Is to come now that tho teamsters have joined Issue with tho other union workmen A peculiar situation growing out of the Btrlko of waitresses in tho pack ling house restaurants como to light at tho Swift plant when Swifts wal tresses struck some of tho stenog rapiers In tho general offices offered to do tho work end when tho super Iptcmlcnt tried to reinforce these b asking others to help women stcn ographors walked out of tho building in anger Little If any advantage was gained by either side in tho stockyards strike Tuesday and there Is no hope of any Immediate settlement of the difficulty Realizing that they have one of tho hardest propositions to contend with In the history of tho packing Indus try the packers are leaving nothing undone to gain the upper hand In the struggle with their 30000 union em ployes who are on strike All day long workmen from outside points were rushed to Chicago and taken to tho stockyards under police protection to fill tho places of tho strikers Tues tiny night it was announced by tho packers that 7000 new men were now Installed In the different j lants at tho stockyards With these men and with the new arrivals that are expected each day tho packers expect to get their affairs in such shape that tho strikers will bo compelled to seek a truce in tho hostilities and seek a peaceable settlement at tho dictation of tho employers It was also stated hero Tuesday nlghtthat omcers of tho International Teamsters union has Issued orders calling out all teamsters in the em ploy of tho big packing plants at Kansas City St Louis and Boston Tho union live stock handlers de cided Into Tuesday night to return to work at tho stockyards in sufficient numbers to handle all live stock bought by tho independent packers Foreign Miners Leave Llttlo Rock Ark July 27A spa clal from Spadra n coal mining town between Llttlo Rock nnd Fort Smith says that a general migration of Its Inns and Greeks brought there by tho mlno owners to take strikers places took place Tuesday Will Pay Miners the Increase Awarded Scranton Pa July 27Tho Dela ware Lackawanna and Western Co announced Tuesday that It would pay Its contract minors tho Increase awarded by tho strike commission on tho basis of tho net instead of gross earnings Will Ask For Assistance Omaha Neb July 27Tho fire and police commissioners of South Omaha hold a meeting Tuesday and decided that they wore unable to cope with tho strike situation and that they would call upon tho sheriff for assistance High Price For Cattle Fort Worth Tox July 27Thero was no change in tho packing house strike situation Tuesday All plants arc working and tho highest pries ever offered in this market was paid for cattle Tuesday Disturbances at Sioux City Sioux City la July 27 Serious dls turbances in tho stockyards district led William Watson manager of tho Cuduhy plant to call upon Sheriff Jacksou for militia to preserve order THEABDUGTEDGIRL Inez Record Found by Searchers Tuesday in an Unconscious Condition Revives SHE TELLS OF HER ADVENTURES Seized Rotund and Gauged by Two 3Icn For the Purpose of Tak ing Her to St Louis On Refusal to Go a Knife Was Drawn Across Her Throat and She Was Lowered Into Water Waist Deep Several Times Indianapolis Ind July 2lilnez Record tho 18yearold girl Who was found In an unconscious condition by a searching party at tho side of a country road last Tuesday night re vived sufficiently Sunday to give her father a dotalled account of her adventure Her story repeated Sunday supple ments the statements made on last Thursday to her sweetheart when oho temporarily rovivod from a long period of unconsciousness Immediately after making the statement she suf Pored a relapse and slnco then until Sunday no ono has been allowed to question her She reiterates her first story that a whjto man accompanied by a Negro entered tho house while she was writ ing n letter Seizing her they bourn and gagged and placed her In a where she says she fainted When sh revived she was being carried the woods There tho men told her that sho must go to St Louis with them and if she refused sho would be killed While telling her of their purpose tho white man who did the talking held Rcclord goIbuggy by a circuitous route sho thinks until within a short distance shoItimeaman take her to St Louts Finally tho girl says ho offered her 1000 It sho would go When she refused a knife was drawn across her throat with tho threat that it would cut deeper If she did not consent to go On hear ing her refusal sho was carried for some distance and lowered Into water waist deep several times After this she says sho remembers nothing Sho describes tho white man wearingyappearance of tho Negro Is vague WRONGIT F Hendrlckt HurtKIrkpatIRuby saloon Ross avenue and Griffin streets Sunday night by T F tlen1 ilrlcks also about 2G years old lIen to11Iengoho says Is now in n sanitarium in Fort Worth lie says ho gave Klrkpatrlck- n choice between death or marrying his sister and ho refused to marry Wounded Flvg With One Shot St Joseph Mo July 5Abo Kruse a Negro strike breaker was assaulted by pickets near tho packing plant of Swift Co Sunday and fired Into a crowd of his assailants wounding five Kruso was arrested Ho fired but ono shot The weapon was a magazine shotgun loaded with buckshot Peculiar Sartorial Ideas Duller N Y July 25Tho goodI people hero are being startled peculiar sartorial Ideas of Joseph Sol omonson former Belgian consul to tho Island of Java Ho appears on tho streets day and night with no cover Ing but a nightshirt of coarse duck Three Miners Drowned Butte Mont July 5At tho Del mont mine Sunday three minors wero drowned by tho breaking of a bulk head which held back tho water of tho Cambrus mine The shaft is full of water and the bodies not bo re covered for several daysIDeath of An Philadelphia July 25Mrs Mary Nixon of Bryn Mawr a suburb of this city who last Christmas celebrated her 103d birthday died Sunday She had been a widow 32 years Mrs Nix on was born in this city and was ono of 21 children Negro Kills Three Whites Augusta OaJuly 25AtAlexan der Sampson Flournoy a Negro using a doublebarreled shotgun fired upon kllllIlIgThe Negro escaped Bloodhounds are on his track- Restaurant Keeper Kills a Customer Fort Worth Tex July 25W K Logan n restaurant keeper shot and killed an unknown man who had 10 fused to settle for a meal and who was advancing on him with a knife at tho formers place of business on Main street Confessed to Killing a Man Chicago July 25 Emulators of tho exploits of the car barn bandits four youths arrested Saturday confessed to holdupandferent time TUESDAYS GAMES i1 National League Chicago 10002000 53 1 Cincinnati 01000000 01 4 2 Wicker and Kling Ewing and Schlcl Umpires Johnstono and Mo ran Boston 0 1 1 2 0 10107 14 1 Phllaphla 40002101 08 18 4 Willis and Moran Duggloby Sutt hoff and Roth Umpires Doolng and 00010000 01 8 2 St Louis 4020000001112 1 Leaver Miller and Smith Taylor and Orady Umpire Emslle American League Detroit 00000011 02 8 0I Phllaphla 00000000 11 7 1 Killian and Wood Plank Bender and Powers Shreck Umpire OLaughlln Boftfon o000030003 8 1 Chicago 00010001 24 11 1 Tannehlll and Crlgcr Altrock and McFarland Umpire Connolly How They Stand Clubs Won Lost PO Boston Gl 31 622 Chicago Cl 34 600 Now York 47 33 589 Cleveland 44 33 571 Philadelphia 42 38 525 St Louis 34 42 147 Detroit 33 40 418 Washington 1C Cl 203 American Association Loulsvlllo 7 Columbus 5 pl Toledo 3 Indianapolis 7 Milwaukee St Paul 2 Central League ySouth Bend Peoria 5 oEvansvillo Dayton 1 j Uli jTerroGrand Rapids 1 Fort Wayno 7 Greeting Extended to Emperor St Louis July 27A greeting was extended to Emperor William by the National Master Butchers Association of America in session In tho Hall of Congresses An invitation was accepted to attend tho convention of tho German Butchers association In Ocr many In 1907 Walthour Defeated Moran t Atlanta Ga July 27 Bobby Wal thour of Atlanta defeated Jimmy Moran of Chelsea Mass on tho Stadl um track here Tuesday night In two motorpaced mile bicycle heats win fling each time by the narrow margin of threefourths of a lap La Roche Reaches Syracuse Syracuse N Y July 27F A La Roche on his no stop auto trip from thisowest at roads in the Mohawk valley were la bad condition Bulgarian Band Annihilated Salonlca European Turkey July 2- 7On Sunday last a detachment of troops near Kumanova surprised a Bulgarian band of 52 men who were setting fire to the granaries Tho band was destroyed only two of tho men escaping Transport Dlx Sails For Manila San Francisco July 27Wlth a heavy cargo of freight and horses tho United States army transport Dlx sail ed Tuesday for Manila Tbo Dlx will return with flvo companies of soldiers whoso terms of service have expired Umpire Holliday Resigns Toledo 0 July 27Dug Holllday has resigned as umpire in tho Ameri can association and Gus Wchlng line been appointed as his successor by President Grille Holllday has beta disabled by the heal- Bookmakers Indicted Chicago July 27After Indicting 24 thentake immediate steps to stop all gam bllng at tho raco tracks In Cook countytTHE MARKETS and Grain Cincinnati July 26 Flour Winter patent 5050525 fancy 4700490 family 3754 extra 30325 low grade = 270290 spring patent 5 530 fancy 4250450 family 385 0410 Northwestern rye 3750390 Wheat Sales No 2 rod track 95c No 4 red track 75c sample rodI l1uot1ableod ear track 55c white ear track 64c yellow ear Saturday evening- track 67Mic rejected white track 45c Oats Sales No2 mixed track 40yc rejected white track 40c re jected mixed track 40c Chicago July 26WheatNo 3 red 96c0l No3 do 9096o No2 hard 9196o No 3 do 8891c No 1 Northern 102 No2 do 9899o- No 3 spring 9395c Corn No 2 49yc No 3 4914c OatsNo2 36Yl 037c No 3 Stock Cincinnati July 26CattloHeavy steers choice to oxtrar 5400575 fait to good 4500535 butcher steers 436Icows extra 40425 good to choice 325 0390 CalvesFair to good light 6 06 extra 625 Hogs Good to cholco packers and butchers 550 O 560 mixed packers 5400550 right shippers 5450500 pigs 110 Iba and less 5150540 SheepExtra = 380 0375 good to choice 3100350 yearlings 3500425 Lambi Extra ewes and wethers IG61i881ii good to choice 5250500 FELL FROM HIS HORSE Pretldtnt Alights on His Back and Is Slightly Injured Oyster Bay N Y July 25It was learned Sunday that President Room volt met with a painful accident here lost Wednesday by being thrown from his horse and ho himself as well as his friends realize that the Injuries ho received could havo been more seri ous if not fatal- President Roosevelt is congratulat himself that ho was fortunate in ling with only a slight blow on back of his head The President and Mrs Roosevelt were out riding when the horse ho was astride stumbled over a stone and the animal fell to Its knees Tho affair came so suddenly that Mr Roosevelt was thrown with full force over the horses head alighting In tho road on tho hack of his head TRAIN LEFT THE RAILS Five Hundred Passengers Had a Mi raculous Escape Wheeling W Va July 21iFlvo- hundred passengers most of them from orafton and Fairmont had an al most miraculous escape from death or serious injuries on the Baltimore Ohio excursion train bound for Wheel e ing Sunday At WI sos Crossing near Littleton tho engine and tender and enIbankmcnt but did not go over En- glneer W H Johnson was caught under his cab and was badly scalded by escaping steam but will recover Mall Clerk C B Collins was severely bruised and otherwise Injured and was ta ken back to Grafton Many of tho passengers wero badly shaken up but none seriously hurt- THREATEN TO STRIKE The Employes of the Drlfton Colliery Have a Grievance Hazclton Pa July 5The em ployes of Drlfton colliery of Coxo SundayIthe call of tho district executive offi intthe conciliation board at Tuesdays earlyIling tho discharge of eight of their number These men were laid off for theyicompany requiring them to unload rock of certain sizes on tho surface after loading It In the mines ICOLORADO POSTMASTERS They Are Charged With Assisting In Deporting Striking Miners Denver Col July 25 Secretary Haywood of tho Western Federation of Miners has forwarded a telegram to- President Roosevelt stating that Postmaster F M Reardon of Victor is one of the members of tho committee which ho says Is responsible for do CreekIComplaints havo also been made to tho president against Postmaster Sullivan of Cripple Creek alleging that they have permitted mall sent to union sympathizers to bo opened and mutilated A RUNAWAY TRACTION CARI One Man Was Killed and Seven Oth era Injured at 011 City Pa Oil city Pa July 25ono man was killed and seven other pc ns wero injured b Jumping from runaway SundayInightaboard returning froth camp meeting When the car struck tho grade It got beyond control and those Injured jumped Tho car left tho rails and ran over tho brick pavement 40 yards and stopped James Ross left the car backwards and tho entire back portion of his head was mashed in and spUn tots of the bono were driven into the brain tissues Attended Presbyterian Church Bedford Springs Pa July 25 Things politically at Bedford Springs Sunday wore very quiet Senator Da vis his daughter Mrs Lee his grand children and his private secretary at tended tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning C M Mullins B F Goforth The New Grocers We have added to our stock of groceries the best line of tfUptodate Ladies and Mens Shoes and Mens Work Shoes ever offered in Berea Our stock is clean and new and we cau buyforCome and examine before buying elsewhere iJ IMullins GoforthIMain Street i THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BERKA KENTUCKY L u GIVE FATHER A BOUQUET Ive searched the magazines and papers for lo these many lasBut I havent found a poem that gives any praise Ive looked them over carefully Ive read and studied all But the sturdy representative of Adams early fall Seems to have escaped tho notice of tho poets lucid powers And the one who bit tho Apple first has Gathered all tflelr IlowersIWhy no bloom from all the vlstns poets floral land Was ever ten father I could never un derstand While mother sat Ixvldo the fire and darned the childrens socks Wasnt father out uliustlln to gather In the rocks And when Benny had the fever and Bessy was so sick Who tumbled out for doctor and brought him double quick I would not rob dear mother of one single bit of praise For faithfully she did her duty In child hoods anxious days And all through youth she was a mother ever kind and true But Ive got quite a chunk of praise to hand to father too now he work tf and sweat and grumbled whistled suns and smiled Toyed until his back was bent for mother home and child I am not feeling grouty because mothers praise Is sung For I remember her sweet kiss on my lips when I was young But I also recollect a great big burly manly form Whose heart was where U ought to be whose smllo was broad and warm And I think It would be Just een in this later day When were picking flowers for mother- to glvo father a bouquet Bush Ihllllps In Cleveland Leade- rNN1NlN000OONOOOOOOt 00 i MEDIATORS s 1 SALVATION e I i i By Charles Ellis Newell NNONONOOOOOONOONOON5ORUIGAN Ill closest kind of friends for many years and when I received his tele gram saying that he would arrive in San Francisco on Tuesday night Immediately made preparations to re celvo him and to that end I ordered a supper such as I knew him to be fond of at a quiet little place where wo frequently dined together when ho was on the coast Morrlgan was the best kind of a fellow full ot reminiscence and story and our little suppers were generally concluded by him with the material for a new story for me Much to my satisfaction the train proved to be on time and I soon had the pleasure of seeing Morrlgans genial countenance and feeling the warm clasp of his hand He was accompanied by a well dressed negro boy who carried some small luggage and whom I took to be Morrlgans valet I was surprised too for I had often heard him express himself vigorously In dis approbation of such nonsense I was further surprised also at tho almost paternal solicitude with which he placed the boy and traps Into a hack and sent him oft to the Occidental saying I dont know what time Ill be up to the hotel Dick so you need not stay up for me but go to bed The boy returned a polite answer In the most perfect English his voice had tho undefinable quality In it which is Invariably the product of educational influence However much I marveled I was wise enough to do It mentally but I felt Impressed that somehow or other that boy was going to bo concerned In one of Morrlgans stories nor was I mistaken for after tho ex change of platitudes of personal event nnd we had arrived at that period when a fellow who has dined feels mellow and the ascending curls of smoke rep resent pretty much of present trouble Morrlgan Introspectively began Hanged if ho aint worth it even if he was twice as bltck What do you think of him i What do I think of him I an swered Why hes a daisy Who do you mean Thats so he replied good natured ly Id forgot that you did not know I mean my son Your son I stammered why you are not even married and If you Of course he Interrupted laughing heartily I dont mean to shock your morals I mean my adopted son the colored boy you saw with me to night Ho saw that I was perplexed Yes he continued adopted him up and down dyed In the wool as fast as the law can do It Why Id rather be the actual father ot tho white soul under his black skin than to acknowledge paternity of some white trash Ive run across You must have had strong reasons for doing this I answered still your business is your own and its not for mo to adversely criticise your actionsDont you think for a moment ho returned that I am callous to the P opinions of my friends and It is for this reason precisely that I am going to tell you tho story and I dont think that you or anyone else could see wherein I could have done otherwise in all Justice What I tell you may sound Quixotic lut when you know that this boy was the means of saving me over J40000 and a horse worth halt as much more with no other incentive than gratitude and small occasion for It at that you will perhaps understand It all It has been five years since the thing happened and I have refrained from saying anything about tho boy because I wasnt sure how ho was going to turn out but I can show as neat a bit of gentleman In him as one would want to know What make a jockey out of him Well I dont think not with the mind lies got Why In the last live years Ive had him at school In Chicago ho has passed through every grade of the public and high schools graduating only last week with the highest percentage ever turned out That boy Is going to put M D after his name If It takes my last horse You must excuse this long pre amble old fellow but I must admit that I am apt to grow a bit garrulous whenever I get talking about him However heres the yarn You remember the story I told you about Mediators last race and the stable boy Jake dont you Yes Well It was five years ago this fall at Garfield Park when this same Me diator was a threeyearold and run ning tho legs oft from everything that camo up against him regardless of Weights or any other handicap the judges saw fit to Impose but It wasnt tho least bit of use you could not stop him with anything short of a bullet or a dose of poison when ho got going and I reckon tho owners of other horses camo to the same conclu slonat least two of them did ns I subsequently ascertained but Im get ting ahead of my story so well call It a false start and go back Tho next race In which Mediator was entered promised to bo a most exciting one not because of the size of tho purse which was a big one but on account of tho entry of two new horses Corrlnthus and Invcrcand of whom much had been heard and much was expected- In view of these new entries and the natural uncertainty ns to tho out come I was In hopes that Mediator would be held at a little longer odds than usual and as I had the utmost confidence In his ability to win out I was prepared to make a good cleanup The afternoon before tho race I was on the track when It occurred to me that I had forgotten to give some Important instructions to my stable man which retired Immedi ate attention so I took out my notebook ccrlbbled a few lines to him and then looked about for a bearer I noticed a ragged looking black boy peering through the pickets of the fence I asked him If ho knew where tho Morrlgan paddock was He said he did and I noticed that as he did so he raised his hand up to his brim less old straw hat Take this note up to Mike tho stableman then and herod heres a dollar for you- I have never been able to figure out to this day what possessed me to give that boy a dollar and I shall never give away another dollar or any amount of dollars with half tho satis faction I felt on hearing tho little fel lows profuse thanks That evening I tool a stroll among the downtown poolrooms to see how things were going and Incidentally to drop Into Boyds for a steak and a chat Well while I was prepared to find Meditator at somewhat longer odds I hardly understood why the two new horses should be hot favorites while my horse seemed to be considered a stake at three to one This afforded mo plenty ot food for reflection and tho subsequent scraps of conversation which I overheard while eating my steak which by the way seemed far below Its usual standard of excellence sent me homo to a restless bed The next morning I again visited tho poolrooms and by George the bottom seemed to have dropped plumb out of Meditator odds However Id be hanged If I was going to crawfish with what I considered the best end of It all through so I took 5000 worth of him at five to one I was making my way out of the crowd when I felt something palling at my sleeve I looked down and rec ognized immediately the boy who had been my messenger the day before Ho was all out of breath and his eyes were as big as salt cellars as he half wjilspcrcd Ahs bin lookln fer yer all mawn lag sahl Ahs got suthln mighty Ucular ter tell yer sah Well what is it I answered Ho looked cautiously around and answered in a low tone Mh kalnt tell yer here sah dont yer know some place wharo Ah kin tell yer on de quiet sah- I took him around to a private room near by I wish I could tell yoti the story he told me in the exact darkey dialect he used with tho ges tures and grimaces and intonation of voice but I CAntno white man could so Ill tell it briefly in my own wayIt seems that the boy was a waif and had drifted up to Chicago from Memphis and had been hanging about Garfield park in the hope of getting employment living in tuo meanwhllo by picking up a penny hero and there running errands Ho had discovered a hole in tho ground under tho wall of my paddock which some dog had scraped probably in pursuit of a rat and by enlarging It a little be had been able to crawl through and sleep In tho hay concealing tho holo with n piece of board when be came out in the morningIt perfectly marvelous how wlHo these boys that hang about a race track get to bo and there is little in tho way of a trick or a job that they are not on to So when he was awakened during the night by some one fumbling at the padlock of the stable door he know instanUy that something wrong was going on nnd ran softly heardIfool for bringing the wrong key then wills Mike was evidently gone nftct the right key he heard enough con reIthey were going to give Mediator I shot You dont know what that meansl Well Ill tell you A strong solution of hydrastatcd collnthlmua by the way dont you ever monkey with ItIs injected with a hypodermic syringe just under the fetlock of the hind leg Tho result of this Is to produce a con striction of tho muscles of the ankle which while not enough to produce any visible lameness nt once still Is enough to ultimately knock any horses chance of being of further use except In an leo wagon What do you suppose this blessed boy did What you nor I nor 60000 other men would havo done lie rapidly and as quietly as possible un nltchcd Mediators halter strap backed him out and then did the same for the horso In the next stall which he ted into and tied In Mediators place then ho tied Mediator In the other horses place Ho had barely completed this change and was still In tho stall by Mediators hoad when the door opened and the men camo in closing the door after them I wish you could have heard the boy toll this part ho said Sho miff Mars Ah done turn white an mah tecf rattle so Ah bat ter hol mah hald Presently the boy heard the horso In the next stall malto a half dozen vicious kicks and ho knew the men had administered the dose then they sneaked out locking the door behind them satisfied that they had done their work well After everything bail grown qtilot the boy returned the horses to their proper places and went to sleep again In the hay You may be sure that after hearing this I lost no time In getting some more money Into action and also that when that boy showed ill on tho grounds in the afternoon he didnt wear that old straw hat either I never found out for sure who It was that put up the job for no threats would ever scare Mike Into giving them away and as I did not care to have the truth known I had to let the rascal get off scott free Dut I knew all that I wanted to that afternoon when I saw my gallant brown craekaJack show his heels to the pack of selling platers who bare ly escaped being distanced as my youngster came walking under tho wireWell thats all except that I sold the horso that did get too doso tor 25 to a bottle and rag man got as stiff as though hod been hamstrung always acts that way Heigh ho pretty noar two oclock is It I tell you although we raring mens time Is pretty much filled up with excitement there Is yet room for a little romance now and again Well goodnight Ill Introduce you some time to Dr Morrlgan Overland Monthly THE ELEPHANT AS NURSE Illllrtit AUdKlillirc of Our of the huge Anlinnl on n Tiny Hull In Irulln A woman In India tells this story of an elephants skill QS a nurse says the Hour Glass Thou art hungry doubtless big mother said Remml emerging presently from tho hut with the baby In her arms Ishta beau tiful elephant take care of baby I am going to see to your dinner She put the little restless brown bundle down on the ground between Ishtas two feet Then she fetched the earthen ware jar of unglazed red clay and filled It with live charcoal setting It down to get heated through while sho mixed flour and water Into dough With the skill of frequent practice sho spread the rough mixture three or four Inches thick all over tho outside of the Jar While the dough was slowly baked by the heat from tho embers In side Ishta patient and docile as was her wont cared for the baby gently restraining the little truant who would havo crawled away Now and again when tho baby limbs moved quicker anti achieved a few paces of freedom Ishtas trunk would carefully wind round tho little body and lift It back to safety between the huge barriers of her feet and the tip would gently pet and fondle away babys fretfulness and Impatience at control Mutual Compliment Mabel said George with his fine open smllo Im going to be frank and truthful with you from the start an I mean to bo always when we arc married You are not as beautiful as many girls but you have more common sense and good nature than nny other half dozen girls I have ever known Thank you dear George said Mabel sweetly and now Ill bo frank and truthful with you as I know you want to have me You have no moro tact than a goat but you have the broadest and most constant smile of any man woman or child I have ever seen and it shows But Georges desire for frankness had suffered a blight and ho made it perfectly clear to Mabel that ho did not care to know what his mlle showed Youths Companion steeparroaht It Contentment has one advantage over wealth said the philosopher What tho explanation 1 People dont try to borrow It Stray Stories TILL CHURCH DEBT Theyve pot one of these newfangled preachers over to Uttle Tarklo they toll me said llufus Spargo the storekeeper during a lull In the rush of business lie aint goln tcr last long though I reckon Them Little Tarklo people dont want nobody scrap In the moss oft their backs an therell bo u spilt right up through the center aisle of tho incetln house side of a month or I titles my guess Whats the trouble with him asked Sol linker ties Jest full o notions replied the storekeeper Rood oP plain gospel aint good enough for him Its got ter have frills an tucks on It I dont ptcnd ter bo much of a church member myself hut when I go tcr mcetln like my doctrine Tout the uptodate curlicues Its a preachers business ter lam sin an lam It goon hardI suthln In that agreed Washington Hancock Sin alnJ hot no friends nor nobody ter speak a good word for It Its whop a preacher techos IUII sinners with the gnd that tho good people got up an tiptoe oiiUIn tho mid die o the sermon Still tho Little Tar klo man didnt pick out anybody in pertlcklar when ho glvo em his first sermon I know because I heered hint Howd that come asked the store keeper Well my woman had a new bunntt nn she said It was scanlous the way Id bon noglectln religious dootlcs an sho proposed to go over tec Little Tarklo anyway ter see her cousin So we hitched up a Satdy evonln an drove over Fust place he aint no splcknn span little longhaired whiffet with a illckshunary full o long words an he aint no ramblyboned Hlblethumpln blowhard neither Hes jest a nlrc look In husky feller with no portlrk ler log about him bout my size an build an glnral appearance what you might call propersessln Ho stood up there by the pulpit jest as easy as pie nn he talked lie didnt preach Jest talked same as I might be tntkln ter you He gave out as his tex Acks fifth fust second third and fourth series how Ananias an Sapphira sold their proputty an made a bluff at glvln It to the church My brethren ho says I have taken this tox fer the reason that some of the brothers an Bisters hed suggested ter mo that we might have a rummage sale or two an some bxaars an soiherbles tor raise the debt on this yer church an fill Its derpletcd cotters I want to ask you why there Is a debt an why the treibry Is empty I have questioned the fOlders an have used the eyes an the horse sense with which the Lord has Uleseed me an I find that this flock has bton prospered exceedingly during the ihst year There are few In this congregation believe who have not ben prospered Why have we got a debt then Why Is the church treshry empty Brethren whoa Ananias came to Peter ho tried to make the apostle bltevo that he was glvln nil he had while he held back a part That was where ho sinned Peter would never have blamed him If he had said Heres a part for the church Im not goln to give the whole thing because Im no socialist Says Peter While It re mained was It not thine own And after It wax sold was It not In thine own power You see brethren that was the point Why are you pretcndln to ftcl an Interest In clearln off the debt an put tin money In the trechry say pre tend In because thats the way It looks tcr me If Ananias here 011ganlzlnIn Snpphlra ter work pin cushions an crazy quilts fer bzaars hed dig Illnllloryoung man has when hes forced ter pay 50 cents fer a dip Inter a sawdust bag that linings him out a threecent shiny doll It aint the plllers of n church at furnishes the rovnoo result In from theso gamblln devices an goldbrick games They Jest furnish the trash an take tho credit for tho 1243 clear of expenses resultln Its the youth who hasnt any too much spendln money but hasnt got the nerve for refuse ter bo robbed when tho robber wears a white dress with pink ribbons The moraY of all this my brethren U that If youve got any Junk you want to get rid of sell It at private sale You treshryItthe mortgage oft the church Ill see that you kH an opportunity to do It In clean cold cash an if you want a steady revnoo In tho treshry fer cur rent expenses Ill arrange a plan pn a business basisan that means square straight honest basis My salaI ry satisfies me but I dont want It prunes an flour nn sauerkraut an to mato pserves I want ter havq tho fun of spcndln It myself an I want It paid myflockremember Ananias and remember Sap phira Drive the demons of hypocrisy nnd vainglory from your hearts and In your dealings with the church dont try to glvo tho church tho worst of It thesermontickled me though when I thought how hard that would havo hit Ilufo If hed been there to hoar It I dont remember about holding out property AnanlasI storekeeper I thought ho prlzo liar He was said HancockI daysaidhim a right smart Wash Chicago Dally News DR V H HOBSON IJI Dcntist as- offihoor Richmond Ky Safeguard tho Children Notwithstanding all that to done by boards of health and charitably iucliu ed persons the loath rate among smallchildren In very high during tho hot weather of tho summer mouths notIin a hundred howovor that could not be cured by tho timely use of Chain borlniun Colic Cholera situ Diarrhoea Remedy For salo by S E Welch Jr Druggist teatf5 7OhtaaPaa1ibriRn cotta1wftfwtlwhlpa Uifi p1 r YrMUeb and rtt rsou yMitatattlnyr GhVIFbCO rtmuTl5- Good OppUSr ltntOM iMiiso DC Bathing h often followed by severe Sunburn Iarncawph draws out tho firoof Sun burn prevents blistering tuliovos tho pain instantly and heals quickly without an ugly scar Dont fail to carry n bottloof IaracnmpU with you ouyotir vacation fl fioon Mestiient For 8170 I will und t r 1Jtoompietaew pp lutury OutCi Wihwln III- t truclton for nIg TKUXJIIAIII OPKUATIXG A furtnatlng study that will RaWol1 to earn lwan- aendfutmTIetraphCatalntwblehbsgslt a variety ot KlTtrir tl ecialhw or tat tbs Mk lot wilt send a Tdepuou cube HERMAN C TAFEL VCRTTHINa tltCTKICAU 1145 w ittr ST rxoNC tti lowiMttic Rr Tight Shoos Make soft corns hard corns and bun relieeIQimmation and wako tho feet com fortable There is nothing just ns good RO be turn you got Paracamph STOP THOSE RATTLING SPOKES and loowj tiles Remember we hUD a machine that iU lire cold No bunted or burnt rims no paint fhip pKd off no new boll holes Tire Ml on a hint dry surface Bttlifactlnn guaranteed or your money bark 25o for buggy wheels Wo for wagon wheels Horseshoeing fiDe everything furnished Wo know no competition Call and see use AZBILL BROS Bcrea and Big Hill Pike REPAIR THAT LOOM Derea College has secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such ns bed coverlid linen dress linaey jeans blankets etc at follow log prices Corerlida 4 to 16 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dross Linsejr CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 53 n pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 00 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 spin For Information apply in per Ion orMrsetHettie W Graham Beta Ky Chamberlains Colic Cholor and Dlnrrhooa Romady This remedy is certain tnbo needed in almost every homo before fho sum titer is over It can always be de pended upon oven iu the most sorer and dangerous cases It is especially valuable for summer disorders In chill dren It pleasant to take and nover fails to givo prompt relief Why not buy it now It may save lifo For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist r Buggy or Carriage Harness FINE WEATHER and fins invite you to drive for pleasure situ pro fit Dots your Harness look ns well ns rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the IgenNIIIII11tRrallre7 allY way new set lIar ness from Our Largo Stock nlllionuhloInths do let us put it in good iipBlr for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLYIMnln St Working Night and Day Tho busiest and tnightitwt little thing that over was male N Dr King Now Lifo Pills These pills change wrnkucKH into strength listlessness into energy brain fug into mental power Thoyro wonderful in build ing up the health Only 25c per box Sold by tho East End Drug C- oMONUMENTS I Drat Maestos a tutnarf OrinlU nd UtrtaU Work of nil kind done In etworkmanlike manner At r n onnbta prices and with dixpntrh Allwork gun nutml by y GOLDEN FLORA 1 RICHMOND Ky tuot4 IoIlln and Collln ftlfMU No Pity Shown For years Into was after me con tinuously writes F A Oullodge Verbena Ala I had a terrible cast of Piles causing 21 tumors When all failed Bucklenn Arnica Salvo cured mo Equally good for Burns nnd all italics nnd paint Only 25o at the East End Drug Co I GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE TH- QHENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLEBEYOND FREE 1 RECLININGCHAIR Official Route For Kontucklans To ST LOUIS i Ask for our rates GEO L GARRET LJIRWIH TrAY JLOUISVILLE T FEELINGTIRED BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE It all and mat lifo bright and fcamh yrdteatoac5forwmple5 Tou will HUTU ninJa DR BCNZINCER Baltimore Mi A FIGHT TO A FINISH Allied Unions Except Teamsters Join Striking hoteliers Four Train toads of New Employee Were Taken to the Chicago Stock Yards Sunday Before Dark ness Hid Set In Chicago July 26 Determined on a 110Ipathetic strlko of all tho union work Zion employed In tho meat packing Industries throughout tho country with tho exception ot tho teamsters was declared Monday morning at 7 oclock Instead of joining In tho sympathet ic strike the teamsters will mako an other effort to bring about an adjust ment ot tho controversy by arbitra tion This decision was reached Into Sunday night at a mooting of tho joint council of Unmntors unions through out Chicago who mot to consider tho Indorsement ot n decision reached 4 packinglwith tho other allied unions Tho do cision of tho stock yards teamsters was almost unanimous In favor of striking but as it Is necessary according to the rules of tho teamsters union for tho joint council to sanction any strike movement nil tho union teamsters In tho employ of tho packers will remain at work during tho struggle or until the joint council gives their permis sion to a strike should their efforts to settle tho matter by conciliation Mon day provo fulllo Tho committee appointed at Sun day nights meeting were n tided to get Into communication Monday morn ing as early ns possible with thopnck Whether tho teamsters efforts Iere pence will provo successful nono of tho packers representatives who wore communicated with Sunday night would say Tho decision to mako another effort for peaco was reached nt such a Into hour Sunday night that It was Impossible for tho packers to got together to decldo on what n wor Intorntetliaryk1nctlon that they have novor boforo peon consulted In tho present troublo and that therefore before thoy would sanction n strike of tho stock yard teamsters they wished to make an of tidal Invuitlgntlon of tho troublo before asking the International officers of tho union to officially order tho mon on strlko No conferences were hold Sunday cither by tho packers or tho labor loaders or jointly In an effort to reach nn adjustment of tho controversy Rout skies routed Sunday apparently waiting for Mondays developments Whether or not tho packers would t make any concessions to the iloimftiils of the labor loaders In order to pro vent a Konnrnl walkout of the trailed at tho stock yards would not bo dls cussed by any of tho packing house ropronentntlvos Sunday but from tho preparations going on at tho different plants during tho day It was plainly tojbor loaders declared that they would nwalt Mondays developments boforo considering further negotiations and that the packers would kayo to mnko for a ronumptlon of peace 4nogotiations as tho unions had no In tention at tho present tlmo of doing so Preparations for tho struggle which was expected to reach a climax Mon day morning wore being made at tho different packing plants all during tho day and far Into tho night Dozens of representatives of tho packing housoa wore scattered all over tho country In search of men to nil tho places of tho strikers Four train loads of now em ployes were taken to tho yards boforo darkness sot In to join tho nonunion men already established Inside tho t plants Stockades havo boon erected at nil tho different plants to protect men whoso work exposes them to danger M from mob violence All through the stock yards there worn not only evi dences of preparations for n long and bitter struggle but superintendents of the packing establishments police of floors and union leaders gave expros sion to anticipation of troublous times to como Chief of Police ONeill who spent tho day making plans for Mon day said No one knows what will happen Tho opportunity Is hero for ono of the j greatest labor contests In tho coun try and apparently thoro is no hops for averting it Tho police will bo able to handle tho situation however without outsldo assistance no matter r what happens Wounded Five With One Shot 2GAbolruleISwift Co Sunday and fired Into a crowd of his assailants wounding five Kruso was arrested Ho fired but ono J shot Tho weapon was n magazine shotgun loaded with buckshot German Exhibit Dedicated St Louis July 25The Gorman ox hlblt in tho palace of machinery was formally dedicated Saturday Mr JFroelich delegate of the German en society delivered a lecture explaining tho technical details of the exhibit Manilabdltalla says that it is likely that Mon signor Falconlo tho apostolic dole gate In tho United States will bo transferred to Manila to replace the late Monslcnor Guidi u Kentucky State News Items FORCED TO FLEE With a Brick Society Girl Resented the Insults of a Stranger Lexington Ky July 25Whit tho RId ot n brickbat nnd a strong arm Miss Allco Golden a society bollo of this city resented tho advances of a strange man In n manner calculated to leave a lasting Impression upon tho intruderAs was nearing her homo Sun day night being without an escort she was accosted by tho stranger She wamod him not to approach Passing a pile of bricks sho took up ono In hor hand Just at the time tho stranger advanced and placed his hand upon hor arm She struck him full in tho taco with the brick which foiled him to the ground As ho rose ho advanced toward her with clenched fist when she flung another brick at him strik ing him on the head Tho stranger then showed a swift pair of healft but as tho excitement of tho Incident began to pass away Miss Golden came near tainting and was assisted Into the house AT ELMENDORF J D Hajjgln and Wife Arrived on a Special Train Lexington Ky July 25J B Hag gin arrived at Klmondorf on a special train Sunday night Ho was nccom panted by his wife who has just re turned from Europe Foreign vlst tors had been expected to como with them but thoy did not arrive Hog gin and his wlfo will remain hero about three weeks Ho arrived In Cincinnati from Now York too into Sunday morning to make connection and chartered a special train to bring him to Klmondorf Tho train stopped near his gate and ho was met with a ear rlago KILLING AT INDEPENDENCE John L Vest Shot T J Riley In the Malp Street Independence Ky buy 25 Sunday John U Vest shot and killed T J Itlluy In the main street of tho town Vast was manager of the tolophono ex change ROIl recently discharged Hlloys wire Hlloy until recently was town marshal Vest was walking with Town Marshal Damon when they met Riley who opened tho quarrel abusing Vest for discharging his wife Damon rays Riley was drawing his revolver when shot by Vest who was at onco arrested Riley leaves a widow and four children A New Industry Newport Ky July 2GWork will be begun September 1 on the largo cement plant to bo constructed near Mentor Ky Tho company has made a thatIlocnlltyof tho project and It is said that ono ot tho largest plants in the country will be erected Big Snakes Ruining Cows Cold Springs Ky July 25 Farmers nt Hbcnoior Ky a small village 10 inllen from IlarrodBburg nro very much excited over their Inability to kelp milch cows For several months numerous reports havo como from the farmers that tho bags of their fine cows have bon ruined by big snakes sucking tho animals Autopsy on Judge Mulrs Remains IoulBvlllo Ky July 25 An autopsy on the body of Judge Upton Mulr who came to his death Wednesday In tho surf at Atlantic City rovelacd tho tact that his neck was dislocated and his nose broken Tho autopsy was hold at tho Instance of several insurance com panies Onward Sliver Sold Lexington Ky July 25 Agents of Baron Frnncholtl Iforso breeder of Florence Italy purchased of J L Drulen of Bardstown tho famous stallion Onward Silver 20 vz Tho price paid was 21000 Onward Silver Is by Onward Sylvan Maid by Aber deen Gen Buckner Not So Well Munfordvlllo Ky July 25Tho condition of Gen Simon Bolivar Buck nor is hardly so good as Saturday which was tho best day ho has had since tho beginning of the attack Ills physician Dr Adams says ho may recover however Appointments Made Frankfort Ky July 25tiov Beck ham appointed Dr M H Ycamnn to succeed Dr J Q Furnish as superin tondent of tho Lakeland asylum Tho governor also appointed Dr J W Ste phons of Todd county to bo first assistant physician Well Spoiled By Lightning Versailles Ky July 25 During a thunder storm several days ago light fling struck the pump nnd ran down Into tho well at the homo of J D Owen near Fort Garrett Since that tlmo tho water in tho well has boon unfit to drink Met Death on the Rail Newport Ky July 25 George Ma chondanz 44 of 331 West Twelfth street was struck nnd almost instant ly killed Sunday morning at the head of Isabella street Newport by a west bound passenger train on tho 0 O James Howards Case Frankfort Ky July 25Tito court of appeals granted a writ of error in tho case of James Howard undor a life sentence for tho murder ot William Goebol Tho caso will nowgo to tho supremo court A TWO DAYS BATTLE Heavy Engnpreincnts Took 1laco Neat NcwChwaujr e Russians Suffer a Defeat and Are Evacuating NewChwang by Order of Gen KuropatkinRuselans- Destroying Their Property Toklo July 23Gen Kurokl after a severe fight occupied KinoTung on July 19 The placo had been fortified by tha Husslnns who defended It stoutly In the fighting Gen Kurokls troops drove tho Russians from their strongly fortified position on tho Chi river which Is northwest of Motion Pass and east of AnTung Inflicting upon tho onomy more serious losses than they sustained themselves The fight began on the 18th and ended on the 10th Tho Japanese lost 125 men in killed and wounded Tho Russian losses are estimated at 1000 TlonTsln July 25Nuws has reach ed hero that a battlo Is raging outsldo of New Chwang Tho fighting can bo seen from tho housetops In tho engagement of Saturday tho Russian losses are retorted to have been 700 Tho Japanese are slowly nearing Now Chwnng Great excitement prevailed In that city during Sundays and Sat urdays fights A report from Now Chwang states that Saturdays battle was at Ta Hsul Tong six miles distant and that tho Japanese wore successful Many Chi nose refugees arriving at New Chwang havo reported that nine Japanese gun boats from Port Arthur have arrived at Tah Ting Shnn- NewChwangJuly 25A battlo was fought Saturday near Ta Tncho Wlao attended it is believed with heavy losses Tho progress of tho battle was watched by ninny people In Now Chwang from tho roofs of houses Tho day was clear and tho smoko of tho guns could bo plainly seen Toklo July 25Tho Russian Vladivostok squadron has sunk the mer chantman which It captured off tho coast of Izu province Sunday Tho namn of this ship and her nationality Is not known and nothing has been learned of tho fate of her crew Witnesses ashoro saw the merchantman herITho Russian warships were last reported at 11 oclock Sunday morning to the southwest of Capo Iro Izu prov ince steering to tho west Capo Iro Is about C5 miles southwest of Yokohama and CO miles from tho entrance to tho bay upon which Yoko lama and Toklo are located St Petersburg July 25 Orders have been sent to tho volunteer fleet steamers St Petersburg and Smolensk to refrain from Interference with foreign shipping It is expected thoso steamers will eventually join tho flat tic fleet and will be replaced by ordi nary warships TlonTsln July 25ln accordance with orders Issued by Gen Kuropat kin tho Russians commenced to evac uate New Chwang Sunday Monday morning tho Russian railway station was In flames Tho Russians aro evi dently destroying their property provo ious to evacuation Port Said July 25 Advices re calved hero say that tho Russian vol unteer fleet steamer Smolensk fired three blank shots across the bows ot tho British steamer Ardova tho cargo of which consists of coal and explosives and tho vessel not stopping tho Smolensk sci t two loaded shots at her one of them passing over her amidships and the other over hide stern Tho Ardova was then seized and her crow transferred to tho Smo lensk The vessel will bo brought to Suez Tho Ardovn CapU Smith sailed from Now York Juno 15 for Manila She arrived at Port Said July 11 Washington July 25Any action which may bo taken regarding tho seizure of tho British ship Ardofa by the Russian volunteer fleet steamer Smolensk is a matter for tho British government It Is not a matter which in tho least concerns tho United States This Is the vlow taken In ont clot circles hero However tho deci sion of tho Russian government to withdraw tho authority given to the volunteer fleet to make searches and seizures simplified tho situation very materially Presumably in view of this now attitude of tho Russian gov ernment tho Ardova will bo released promptly tho seizure disavowed and tho Incldont will bo closed without delayYokohama JUly 26Tho VladIvo- stok squadron Sunday sunk the Brit Ish steamer Knight Commander from New York off tho Province ot Izu aft ter transferring tho crow of tho Knight Commander to tho steamer Tel nan which arrived hero Monday morning Tho Vladivostok squadron also captured a Gorman vessel bellor od to bo tho Arabia with 30000 tons of flour and an unknown British steamer Tho two vessels were sent to Vladivostok in charge of prlzo crows Tho American Trading Co- are tho agents hero for tho Knight Commander For Japans War Fund San Francisco Cal July 2GMrs Stanford has purchased from tho Ja- panoso government for 100000 Ja pans best collection of art treasures Tho money will go into tho war fund and tho works of art will bo donated to tho Loland Stanford university American Battleships Leave Trieste Trieste Austria July 25Tho Am erican battleship and European squad rons which have been horo for several days undor tho respective commands of Rr Adm Barker and Rr Adm Jew ell sailed Sunday for Floume t rr SOSO t MW a little chap one day Who loitered slowly on his way No snap nor visor In his pace No sparkle on his smooth round face lie stopped sometimes to trim a whip Or whittle at a roadside chip Hut everything he tried alas Dropped almost finished jp the grass I spied another little man Who walked ao fast he almost ran Oh can you tell me It you please said I That slow boys name who just pissed byTe Soso he answered Then ti all The schoolbell sent IW cheery call And off he sped with flying feet To be the first one In his seat I walked along by So sos side Who quickened scarce at all his stride And said Good morning How d doT SoBO M answered how are your Im very well I cried This air Is wondrous bracing I declare Going to school Well that must be Fine In theAo days Soo said he stoppedQuick bellIas as IJfes meaning not ones best to do throughiny and by hell find Himself 50 hopelessly behind dayOrThis io9o living tree from carp Means hard times coming I declare borrowMustJamH nuckham In S S Advocate MAKE A FUNNEL FOUNTAIN AmusIngINeed Be Deprived IDCYII always love to fuss with water or to watch a fountain play Now here is a sort of fountain and pump combined which Is so simple that it would be a pity if any boy should be deprived through ignorance of the pleasure of seeing it work Tbo apparatus needed is only a com mon tin funnel the bigger the better It is worked by plunging it with tho mouth down in a bathtub or washtub THE FUNNEL FOUNTAIN halt full of water it you press tho funnel down rapidly and forcibly tho water under It not being able to get out of tho way quickly enough will bo pressed up into the funnel and because of tho tapering form of tho lat ter a jet of water will bo forced out of the small end of tho funnel and will rlso to a height that will surprise you With a funnel which has a wide mouth and a email tube you can make a fountain ten feet high Connecticut Farmer BULLDOG RESCUES A CHILD Terror of Neighborhood Jumps Into Lake After Little Boy and Brings Him Ashore Affection proved stronger than nat ural Instincts la the case ot a bulldog at Peacedale R L when the animal feared generally for its savage temper jumped Into tho water and saved the life of a little boy The devotion of the two for each bther has been the subject of comment about the neighborhood for though the boy Is only two years old It has been found that he never is safer than when with the big bulldog and while few grown men outside the owners family care to have anything to noITho boy Edward McGuire was play Ing near a brpok and as usual the bulldog was not tar away Suddenly the child reaching for a toy boat slipped and fell Into the water No onu was near and tho boy must have been drowned had not the dog jumped In and caught his clothes In his teeth The bank was too steep for the animal to climb out with his burden but true to his breed tho dog held on pluckily swimming round with the child until some men who had seen tho accident from dlsfance ran up and pulled tho pair out Japanese Girls as Entertainers In most of the Japanese cities there aro young women who earn a living as professional entertainers When re quested they visit the homes of their patrons and make themselves agreeable They aro well educated can con verse recIte poetry tell stories sing tongs play the guitar and dance Hearing a Fly Walk It U raid that a fly makes 400 strokes per second with its wings and it has been poven that by the use of the microphone you can hear a fly walk LGRAY WOLF IS DANGEROUS Looks Like a Savage Dog and When Hungry Will Attack Cattle and Hogs A wolf looks like a big longlegged lean savage dog In the United States and Canada there are wolves of many colors but the gray wolf is the most common Tho picture shows a young wolf It you look you will see that his nose Is pointed his tall hangs straight down and his ears stand straight up A hungry wolf Is a very fierce animal In the summer he kills rabbits mice lizards snakes frogs and also deer foxes sheep and chickens and li not so fierce as in winter when the YOUNG GRAY WOLF small animals are hidden away and food is scarce Then wolves will at tack horses pigs and cattle When a lot of hungry wolves get together they are afraid of nothing and will sometimes fight men as well as all kinds of beastsFarmers hunt wolves because they steal sheep That is why there are very few wolves now in the well set tied districts On the western plains and in part of Canada there are places where there are many wolves but those parts ot the country are filling up now and tho settlers are killing off the wolves as fast as they can Dew Drops THIS CAT IS INQUISITIVE When It Comesto Prying Into Things Tom Has No Equal Says His Master Speaking of cats have one at ray house that is simply a marvel when it comes to prying Into things said a man who is fond of animal study In the New Orleans TimesDemocrat and It Is really interesting to watch him If there Is anything around the place he doesnt understand it Is be cause it is new and hasnt been there long enough for him to inquire into it Generally when anything new Is brought into the house he Immediately attempts to look Into it It the thing Is wrapped up so he cant get to It he will do his best to find out what it is and If he rails to reach any satisfactory conclusion at the time ho will watt until some more auspicious time The other day Tom discovered for the first time that a couple of pictures of dog j were hanging up In ono of tho roomsI Since that time we have not to see any peace around the house Ho Is simply crazy to get to the pictures He no doubt recognizes the fact that his old enemy is bodied forth in the pictures and It may be that ho thinks they are alive and want to make a rough house If I may use A slang saying At any rate he is always clawing at the wall and whining and jumping upon chairs and doing other things to In dicate that ho Is simply dying to find out something about the dog pictures I suppose we shall have to take the pictures down and allow Tom to satls fy himself as to the nature of them Tom Jim manifested another evidence 1I1theruns from one group to another Ha seems to be afraid hell not hoar all that Is being said and he nearly runs himself to death going from one group to tho other I cannot say how much of the conversation he understands for i do not know definitely tho extent of Toms vocabulary put I know ha takes an Immense Interest In all that Is being said Let tho conversation turn on a humorous point and product a hearty laugh and ha will enter Into the spirit of the thing and will appar ently laugh with the family But this Is all beside the question I was merely speaking of the fact that Tom Is inordinately curious and I may add In conclusion that I havo seen but few human beings who were so keenly cu rlous 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this week P J Pawloy has removed fro Big Hill pike to Owsloy Avenue- J W Stephens anti wife returme Sunday from a visit in Cincinnati Prof L V Dodge and wife return ed Tuesday from tho Worlds Fair Mrs Sue Biitner of Kingston visited Mrs J J Branainan on Fri day Two SeventhDay Adventists are holding a tent meeting near tho depotMrs Zorilda Preston is visiting her daughter Mrs Beuzer in Cincinnati Miss Louise Yocum returned Sat urday from a visit with friends in CincinnatiProf W Dinsmoro is visiting the Institutes at Hichmol1l1 and Jack son this week a Miss Anna Hanson left Tuesday for New York where she will take ship for Jamaica W I A party of about twenty young people took a hay ride around the Big Horn Friday night Boot Duerson aged 10of White- Station shot himself with suicfd intent Monday morning Miss Mary Boggs returned Wednesday from a visit of several weeks with friends in Clay County Mrs M E Marsh and children returned Saturday trout a visit at her old homo in Pawnee City Neb Mrs E K Kimbrell was called t Richmond Sunday morning on ac count of the death of her father Mrs Joe Gilbert and little daugh ter Barbara Lucile of London are visiting at tho home of her mother Mrs J C Armstrong The Union Tent meetings in Rich mond closed Sunday night The at tendance was good throughout the meetings amid much good was done MyrtleMoorebeen visiting Mr and Mrs C Rhodus returned to their homo o Sunday Mines Thomson and Dinsmoro and Misses Corwin Waldron Shultz and Livengood and Eugene Thomson attended the Richmond Institute Wednesday Miss Pearl Baker returned Thursday night from Cincinnati wiser she had been visiting friends for sonic weeks past Mrs W F Hays returned Thursday trout a four weeks visit friends in Waterbury Conn Hart ford New Haven New York City arch Philadelphia Miss Victoria Lunsford of Slato Lick cud Mr Cornelius Adkius o f Jackson County were married Friday morning at 8 oclock by Rev H J Derthick at the Parsonage Mrs Josio Rayburn of Lexington Mrs John Ballard and Miss May Ballard of Whites Station visited Mrs J J Branaman Saturday and looked over the College grounds Rev R R Noel will begin n saris- of meetings at tho Silver Creek flap morningThoroand evening on Sunday and every night during the week Tho twomonths old child of Mr and Mrs J H Overly of Hamilton Ohio who have been visiting heroI lied Sunday and was buried in Rich mend Monday Mr and Mrs Over ly returned to Hamilton Tuesday H tI1tIF IIlIIItMt LI College Items HERE AND THERE Il1IProf M E Marsh was in Cincin nati Saturday Carl Hunt is attending tho Mad ison county Institute at Richmond Miss Anno Crosby a former stu dent here is visiting Miss Alice McKee at Aurora Ohio President Frost while in Scotland visited the home of Andrew Ross in Auldcarn Nairnshire Harry Postlewaito is working a his trade in Alexis 111 this miinmor and will return for the fall term Bessie M Shoemaker n student1 hew in 180301 is now at 131 Now WlIshillgtonDC Kenneth Caldwell of Pueblo Col agoisyear John Gerdes has a good position luterloroughig nIt is reported that Ralph Fielda student hero threw years ago is now tlthe president of a railroad in South Win G Best a former Berea stu dent who has been studying dentis try in Cincinnati is visiting Berea friends iHulJtrt H Fellmy of Emison hid a student here two years ago is ox peeling to return this full with his brother Albert Geo W Frazier a student hero lust year is meeting with great Sea cess in his work for tho American Sundayschool Union in Scott coun ty1u Miss Alice D McKee who has been attending tho Albany N Y Library School tho past year is spending the vacation at lion homo in Aurora Ohio Auction Sale at Coyles every Saturday A Days Doings in Kentucky DUELtSons Whose Fathers Had Been Ene mies Before Them Fought Owlngsvllle Ky July 27As the result of a pistol duel between George McGlothln and Edward Steagall In the mountains of lloan county Stay gall was shot through the head and- o Is dying Tuesday night The men had been lifelong enemies and it Is said that their fathers bad been en soles before them McGlothln and Steagall had avoided each other for years but Monday they met In a road In a lonely part of Roan county It Is alleged that both drew their pistols and began to fire at once Several shots were exchanged when a bullet from McGlotldns pistol struck Steagall In tho left side of the head and stretched him out McGlothln was not Injured and escaped WAREHOUSESu Louisville Man Organizes a 1000000 Company to Establish Them Louisville Ky July 27x Walter Bell of this city has Interested New York capital In the organization of a 91000000 corporation the purpose of which IB to establish a string of warn houses In every Important city in the south for the storage of cotton Ho has Just returned from Now York and ho announced Tuesday that his back 1ers are ready to support tho scheme 1000000 and If tho coopera tlon that Is expected from the south ern clUes Is secured he says tho same people stand ready to increase tho cap ital to 10000000 if necessary Held Without Ball Lexington Ky July 27 Henry Thompson charged with the murder of James Doyle In the Turtle saloon here two weeks ngo and John Jen king charged wjth being an accom plice were tried before County Judge Bullock Tuesday morning and both were held to the grand Jury without v1ball Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July 27There were no offerings of burley on the breaks Tuesday All grades of dark tobacco were In fairly good demand and prices were about the same as at last weeks close The offerings Tues day were 110 hhds of dark and salsa ranged from 280 to 820 Nurse Weds In the Philippines Lexington Ky July 27Mlss Mar tha O Panalll a graduate nurse from the Good Samaritan hospital here who with six other nurses wont to the Philippines recently writes a friend here that she has been mar rued to Lieut William Lowe In Manila Roosevelt to Be Notified Oyster Bay N Y July 25The are rangements havo been made for tho notification of Theodore Roosevelt of his nomination for tho presidency by the republican party Tho ceremony will take place on Wednesday July 27 Dynamited a Street Car Houston Tex July 25As the re suit of an explosion of dynamite under a street car Saturday at midnight five persons woro hurt ono seriously A T Smith complains that his head was hurt and that ho has internal Injuries Col L F Copeland Seriously III Ltwidely known lecturer who was en gaged as one of the speakers at tho Chautauqua which has just opened here has been taken seriously Ill The Yellow Fever In Mexico Mexico City July 25Thoro are to day but eight cases of yellow fever In this country confined to Vera Cruz and Merlda Tho superior board ot health believes It will Mama out the jr Uow I TM in UUi cauatrx J r GLIMPSES OF MORTON Secretary of the Navy a Man of Action HOW HE BROKE AN OFFICE GATE Anecdote That Urplct III Miinnct and Eneriry n n a Young Mnu An Inntnnrr of Hid Alerlnrm to IIuil eel OpportundtleaKUOaell ni a Good Story Teller The most noticeable characteristic about thud Morton the new secretary of the navy Is his scorn for obstacles says a Chicago special dispatch to tht New York Tribune A story Is told about n sate thronxh a ralllni that fenced off n part of nn ollice In which Mr Morton worked at one time Thin gate had one of those mysterious pat emit fasteners which would not work unless one knew the right spot andII touched It Preoccupied with the fairs In hand Mr Morton bumped against that mite day after day Final ly In ono of his swinging stride hoI broke the lock nod this evidently pleas ed him Yet It did not witlsfy blmI Thereafter he used his foot fwd dully played football with the gate until he broke its hliiRos and the Janitor was ordered to carry It away Mr Mortons manner Is abrupt and decisive but there Is n kindly strain In his nature that endears him to nil his associates and particularly to those working under him For Instance he once succumbed to the eloquence of a pass lend mind Rave the man a free ride over one of the lines of ithe Santa Fe railroad of which he was vice pres ident A tiny or so Inter the represents tire of another road to whom appeals had also bmi made for similar trans portation was In Mr Mortons ollice Some question came up with n clerk about the pass and he spoke to Mr Morton rcRurdlni It In the presence of the other rnllroiul man This man fern mediately chided Mr Morton for via InthiK pus rules and thou retired Mr Mortons wruth Immediately tell on tllr unfortunate clerks head nUll although the clerk Is a hlch railroad olKdnl day he sods that he will never forget the scoring lie received Ho had no chance to explain or tiny a word The next inornlHK he ventured nn apology and Mr Morton said Oh thats sill right George What made me toad was that fellow coming in here sod vlolntliiK the privacy of our affairs You were not to blame but we will get even with him by cutting oft his an nual The following story Is told of Mr Mortons youthful energy With only a cowmen school education Paul at the nee of sixteen years was booming the western country ns laud agent for the liurlluRton railway system He was working on salary and commis sion How much did you make this month his father asked him ono duy The young man took out an account book and lidded some figures About 400 he answered I didnt know what to say his father would rework In telling the story I didnt know whether to be proud ofI such a boy or nshiiniid of n man would let such n youngster gut ahead of him nnd make wore than he did Mr Morton has been essentially a business man anti has never run to tads or foibles While he maintains n modest stable that is essential for the comfort of his family he Is In no sense a horseman Neither has he been prom inently Identified with the yachting or golllng enthusiasts of Chicago He Is a man of simple tastes and strenuous accomplishments It Is mild that even In his younger days In Chicago ho was never known to smoke or drink and thnt his only form of recrentlon uses to be a quiet gamine of cards Saturday evenings Ho Is known ns a good story teller and has long been in demand asl an after dinner speaker nt public atI tails Although he has n keen sense of humor hu Is never accused of being a practical Joker The Western IrclghtI association to this day Is time great reduction works n norno Mr Morton applied to It when It agreed on a tariff schedule pint did not meet his views One of the higher officers once Into Mr Mortons room amid comoI ed of the amount of gas his department by clerks working over time nt night Mr Morton grimly post ed a notice to tho effect that thereafter all clerks who could not do their work during otHcc hours would be discharg ed Mr Mortons progress has been uninterrupted since this age of sixteen years whet he chose to take a i oslton with the Burlington and Missouri roud at Plattsmouth Neb lIe was always alert to his opportunities and never lost a chance of seizing them This Is Illustrated In n story that is told of tho manner In which ho became general freight agent of the Burlington rond Mr Morton bad always been n freight department Ulan but he had been com pelled to accept the position of gen eral passenger agent of time system While hu attended strictly to the duties of tho ollice he never liked the work und waited for his opportunity to gut buck lute time freight deportment In a short time E I4 Itlpley who was then the freight agent of tho road resigned amid Mr Storie the general mart nger culled Mr Morton in conference with other department chiefs to dis cuss an available man as Itlpleyu successor Each III turn gave his opin lou und when It cause to Mr Morton he said Mr Stone I know Just the man fur the Job It Is a fellow named Paul Morton Mr Mortons sugges taD was adopted JA WOMANS VNMAN JIOESS Original Titus and I wore Inseparable Titus was my dog a brown slid white setUi who cared for no one In the world butt nil1 In the Nunimor we would wnitdiM over the country together In the uu tuinn would hunt together One ntornlhK when I started out ox poctliiK to tlnd Titus nt tho front floor valthiK for mo us was Ills Invariable custom he was not there Nor did he iipiln appear He hind boon stolen In town lull winter I met Mss Joan iiitte Fearing She chafed at Icing iHintlnod between hrlck WIIIIHltIIllllhll to seek tutlhfo In an omiKloimllmll or other similar entertainment nml plmsl fur time stills miser home of her family where she could ride on horseback tlsh nnd hurls This WIIH ldy and I admired iiiunly women When with her Instead of helm obliged to chat on the Ins ppenhngs In our social circle I found her ready to discuss wore Impor tint topics old where she did not un derstand she was quite willing to his tOil After enjoying lien society nt Inter vats through half n winter I met lien one afternoon and was surprised at re ceiving from her a very cold nod My first Impulse was to go to her cud ask for an explanation Had she been an other woman I would have done no for women are easily offended nnd doubt less sore trilling act of mine hnd been misunderstood Hut Jeannette Fearing I had considered above such potty mU understandings mild If she hail a griev ance against me she should stile It openly In a frank manly Way I did not see loannotto again that winter our Indeed thut summer In the autumn I wan Invited to the country strut of n friend and hind some ex cellent shooting though I missed Titus and lost many n bird thnt I should have bugged with Ids assistance When the party broke up I remained to got a days shooting In n region sonic twenty mules distant where woodcock were said to abound Starting curly was driven to the ground nod with my gun entered the wool hOlt had such hnd luck with my hosts dogs that I hind brought none of them I hUll bagged several birds when I heard not tar away lie report of a gun smith a few minutes later u dog broke through the underbrush owl sowing mo pnusod to examine me In another moment hu uttered n yelp of delight and came for me on the Jump I saw nt n glance that he was my old friend Titus While he vas climbing over me licking my face cud hands I caressing hum a woman wearing n short dross nnd high Units currying a gun emerged from the brush and stool looking at me What was my astonishment to recognize Jeannutte Fearing I ruined my lust nnd she returned my salute but as coldly ns when I laid last wet her In the city This Is a singular meeting I said Do you live near by Our country plum U a null nwny And I am visiting smear Cnesar come here she called Caesar as she dubbed him demur red nnd when she ordered him inure sharply skulked along slowly occa sionally turning to me Tltel With n bound he started In my direc tion mind did not stop till bo had his paws again on my shoulder Jeunnette looked puzzled How did you como by this dog I naked I bought him In time city last full You arc under the bUll of the law having In your possession stolen goody shnll be hnppy to pay for him I do not cure to sell him but you are itilte welcome to mini I nm nut In the habit of accepting presents frDin wee We might leave It to the dog to choose his owner Tlte go to your inU tressI pointed to Jennnctto nnd looked sternly at tho dog Ho lay down on tine ground whined and thrashed the turf with his till But I did not cease lilY orders till ho had mole to a point timid way between us Now I said wo shnll see whether he will follow you or me I moved away Jennnette too turned nnd walked on The dog stood looking from one to the other Ills distress was so great thut we both stoppedFor the dogs sake I sold I will ask an explanation of your changed treatment of me Last winter I wroto you a note to your club containing a simple request You did not consider It worth n rtplyn- Ilin I said pondering Another letter gone wrung Then to Jennnutte There Is a man In the club with time name Initials as mine and n similar mime Ho sometimes gets my letters amid usually turns them over to me but last fall he went abroad lie probably rend your letter In Europe She stool looking first nt me then at time dog then on the ground Dont you think I asked that a more mnnly way I nm not n wan I hUt often endowed you with cer tale manly traits A man not reedy lug n reply to n smote from mo would hire cone to mo nt once for nn ex planation A woman would scorn to do such a thingYou have given me great pain And you spoiled rny my willterIThere was n slight tremor In her voice Having discovered something womanly loft off looking for mnnll ness I hind gone lip beside her anti taking her hnml wild abruptly Let us own the dog together Since tho advent of a little stranger my wife has retrograded considerably She has not now oven the manliness to hunt with me EDWIN CLARK Oldest Man In America Mt Sterling Ky July 27Ken tucky has tho oldest tuna In tho United States and records bear out the statement In Carter county near Inctolus lives David Wado who next month will bo 117 years of ago Mi Wade was born August 20 1787 Committed Suicide Falntsvlllo Ky July 27GtOrgo Columbus of this city committed sal cMo In Morgan county Tuesday morn Ing by shooting Jealousy of his wife over whom ho shot a man named Hlanton about a year ago Is said to have been tho cause Chief Justices Son III Louisville Ky July 27Luclen Hurnam son of Chief Justice A A Durnam of tho court of appeals is seriously at Norton Infirmary from nn attack of appendicitis Ills condl tlon was reported slightly improved Tuesday morning An Ironton Mans Fate Oreenup Ky July 27Time lady of Dr merge homer n manufatcurcr of bitters of Ironton 0 was found near tho wharf Tuesday A largo cut on tho back of the head points to foul play Relative took tho remains to Ironton for burial Gardner Must Hang Frankfort Ky July Z7Gov Deck hate refused a commutation of the semi once In tho case of Cutter Gardner of Hurt county sentenced to be hanged Thursday of this week at Munfor vllle for the murder of David and Squlro Oabornc A Remarkable Fall Serpent Ky July 27 Thomas Kt ley 40 a Cincinnati traveling sales man together with his colored driver were thrown over an embankment hero In their hack a distance of 60 feet and miraculously escaped without a scratch Blackberry Poison Kills a Girl Mnyklng Ky July 27Mldii Class Frazier 18 ate blackberries and died nn hour later in convulsions Three other members of tho family had n clono call Several people have died In tow county from blackberry poison lag Wound Probably Fatal Cynthlann Ky July 27 Aubrey Smith 17 nephew of T S Fish mana ger of the A Keller distillery shot Mark Whallen 60 farmer In tho chin the bullet lodging In the back of Uio held and being probably fatal To Take the Stump Louisville Ky July 27Jt Is an nounced that John G Carlisle and William tlndsay who formerly route seated Kentucky in time United Stated senate will take tho stump for the national democratic ticket Weather Note Hoy does It get very hot In this couutry7 lint I should say sot In July limn hens lay nothing but hunt boiled eggsl The Aftermath Tho Fourth with cracker horns and drum In memory le a blur nut It will lao time for lh thumb To grow on us they were- Guarded Do you think automoblllng is healthful sport Yes for the man who looks at It from u second story window Incurable Did you hear about the man who fell In love with his wife No Poor fellow couldnt the doc tors do anything fur him Too Great a Shock He gave n pretty Klrl hU scat I thank you air ale said At such a new experience Of course the limn tell dead Getting Good Measure I believe there are microbes In this lets or they will bo charging you extra for them An Exception A man In Innocent until he Is proved yullty Bald the lawyer Yew agreed the old farmer except I chicken thief Mother hearken while I tell Wlmt will nmko your bully well luelaAridYes TEETHIN OvercomoH anti Counteract the effects of tint Sum IIIOIH Heat Aids Digestions Regulates HYCFarm For Sale Small faro on Scaffold Cnnn about 8 miles from Bores Cottage louse Store Hoiifta Barn anil other out iiiililiuKH Good grass lots Poultry Yard Young Orchard of about fiO Bearing trees Good Garden never failing water also good spring with Hydraulic Ram supplying lloum RIIII stock water at llanl Willsol ihcap for cash C M SEE Bores Ky For lazy liver try CliHinberlaintt Stomach nnd Liver Tablets They nvigornto tho liver aid this digestion opulutn tho bowels nnd pnnvont BIWulcll BURNS THE MOUNTAIN POET Continued from page one first iw thSoil of u oar mint Tho cottage whiro hu was horn m built stout roofed with n straw Imootwas us d for storing may nnd nnothor for cowhtnblo tho Hlulls may still lo won Tho favorite picture of Burns shows him holding n plow And hu was n Islet of till rights of Sinus Ho mndo jxoplo fool thatievery hunmnlKing haH a right to Hiimo chiinco ns till Inwt and that no mm of u lurtIor a lint family should dospiso n follow citicn how ovor hiimhlo Ono of his grontonl I lira is that ontitlod A mans u mini for n that And ho was a Ht of kindness Bead again his lines To u mouse on turning her up in her nont with till plough And ho wens n pod of love us shown in tho following xx m Jolla ANIIKIISON MY JO Jnhn AmtrrMin toy j John When upwrro nl niiuint Your liicki wen limn the imrn Your tmlllilr how wIn tl Hut now JOII brow l UU Joliii- Yourlix nrillkr thenaw IMJMTJuliii John Ami rmn Jo John We clinli lln trill UiMltlMn And tendon a mmjr day JO Wfro ha l wf sue aiilthrr Now we nunii tutlrf down John Hut hand In hand Mfll xo And ulirp thrxUlirr at the lout John Anilrrxmiujr Jo And ho wns n pod of religion saw exhibited in II glass vase u prec ious copy lserhall till onlyunit loft of till first edition of his jxx ms for which tho Govornmont had paid a thousand iinds No ono could Ixi allowed to touch or handle till sa cred relic hut it wits placed under tho ghiKs ojxiiod so that ono might road that part of The Cottars Saturday night in which ho thscriUs tho fiimiy worship The wad thing is timid Burns did not live up to his own idonlsof right hill fell into tho gnM sl sins of drunkenness mill the Ixlniyul of women Ho deeply njxtnUtl hill it was too late to retrieve his lllfltr in this world unit to this dny Isis ex iimplo mewls uteri nnd women to ruin Thoro is u Bobbie Burns Salts us in lxlinlximtigh und in other plants Here is till inscription ho wroto fur his own gnive stone lithrira ruin who jutlctuenl Sleet fan other trarh thin IIHIIM Ui ilfcf keel runI hlinw I Illia mail tame wilts as the wise lien PIIW ate ohm Ihr itiitlof tear hunrjr the grass Tim par InhtlilUnl l lnir We quirk In Irani etnl rime t4 tuow and krvtlljr Mt IhP Illrllitlr llnw- An lMltrrn mr lint thiiuitillMu hitllra UU tilin low Ami 1IIc hU name llrmlrr WlicllnT nmul Soar faneyji dllhle ljutti 1IIet- lr ilaikllim niU Hill tautly bud plntlitKnow eeunoulrlf mnlrul It Hlxlumt rot In my next loiter I hojx to tell somothing of the great city of lists gow Written t KlinUirouith July U I9CI Your wnUihra clocks gun sowing mnchiiipfl tile ropnirid by A K Thompson an oiport workman of 16 years oxpcriome al- A J Thompsons Oppotito Bnrdoltos mill Burns Ky All work trunrnnlood AKKiS UI AS A STKAYone black hog uiglahboul ISO pounds Owner can lIn saute lay paying for tliis ndvortispinont nnd all otilOr W JTatum Boron Kv 84 WANTED m NICK COUNTRY HAMS Harbor it Iluguoly Kiohmond Ky SALESMEN to mil on merchants BoAt sideline out Addross W B Harris Big 11111 Ky 771 FOR SALE FOUR ACRES of well improved land onolmlf miln oast of tutu town limits of Boron on the Burns and Big Hill pike Good four roorn cottage No good harts anti other nocwuwry out buildings For further Inform fttion call on or addrnna H J 1igg Bores Ky 811 ro BARRELS A No I CornW B Jouod Taint Lick Kr 81 t IMPROVED fir A BLUEGRASS Farm G mils from Bores Call 01- 1or write to Z M Boon Kingston Ky 818 FARM OF 72 Afino land 2J milen west of Boron Good 8 room dwel ling good cant and outbuilding good orchard Rood water Price and orms right Call on or write J P Jickuell Bores Ky 18 BUILDING LOTS in Bureu be longing to tho John G Fee estate Special iudncemonts to pnrchnsar of entire tract J P Bicknoll BereaSKy A PLEASANT HOME in Bern good hOUR of six rooms nearly throe acres line garden variety of fruit iiicn yard porch with vines etc Inqniru of Mrs Eliza U Yocum Bores Ky 81 ffW fu MI- I I r J1LKf1ro I A HAYSTACKING DERRICK Contrivance LktLOre Here De scribed Save Lota of Time and Lesseus Labor J Many farmers whoso barn capacity le iHimuwhat limited Atack the larger pdrtluu of their hay crop until after threshing and then haul It Into the barn later for winter feeding Under tuch circumstances this method teems advisable for then If the weather should happen to be like what we have lied tho past two seasons there is not tho danger of losing tho entire grain crops Of course during some scnuons there Is a greater hulk of roughago to be itorod than during other seasons nevorthuless tho majority of farmers know just about tho producing capa city of their land and can quite accu rately estimate amount of barn room that will bo required to store tholr crops and from year to year bo able llUUU Kcilt BTACMNU HAY U soon as a crop Is ready to bo bar vested to secure It by storing under inelter There Is but little doubt that If the toss sustained from stacking crop were Accurately figured out there would be enough loss upon tho majority of forms in live yearn to pay the Jet of building a barn sutnclent ly largo to store all the crops raked upon the faun The set two winy seasons have think demonstrated that capital In barns Is a good Investment Thcro are however a groat many fanners who are abundantly able to have cons venient barns for storing their era pa wh have not simply because they donut believe tho above statement Upon my own farm I have plenty of store ing room for all the hay and grain if I had not I would not Imitate a mo meat to Invest In more barn room Hut whore tho barn room Is urn ited and It Is necessary to stack hay a derrick similar to tho ono illustrated In the cut can bo erected that will greatly lessen tho labor Involved In stacking The derrick shown In cut requires three poles two 40 feet long and one 37 foot The two longest poles should bo arranged In thoshapcof an Ins rested V by bolting tho ends together with a threequarterInch bolt Tho polos i should be set into the ground nt least four feet In order to help stay tho J derrick The derrick can bo rnlsoi by the use of a ropo and tackle and thus greatly lessen the heavy lifting It will be nocoMary to stay tho poles by running a No 10 wire from tho top to tho single polo over the top of the other polos and then down to the ground about 30 feet from tho foot of tho derrick It will also bo necessary to stay the derrick In oth er directions Tho manner In which tho fork Is arranged Is very clearly shown In tho cut This derrick has now been In uso flvo seasons and has proved very aalistactorlIeo Co Rey nolds In Ohio Farmer J RAISING HOGS ON SHARES A Practice Quite Popular in Iowa and One That Yields Dig Profits to Investors Iowa farmers In many cases aro rent ing lands on which hogs aro grown on shares having stocked tho farm on shares to tenants A telegram from Iowa City nays that the problem now is on what basis shall tho Increase ot brood town and other animals supplied on shares be divided at tho end of the 1season 1Tillowner of the animals placed out has usually expected at tho time of divisions half of tho Increase oft Mich animals or If tho animals are not told an cqultulilo division of thrill has usually been made This plan has been carried out tinny times In this county with both sides of tho bargain well pleased despite tho fact that the first owner of this sows gets all tho best of the I bargainThe In which a careful farmer orI the county figured It out this spring and It Is on his figures that the most of tho present contracts aro based Is to take a herd of ten sows and placing the usual value upon them about J1GO credit that lo the owner He crtdlts also ton acres of pasture lath rented for about 50 to the same sldo of the book bringing his Investment up to about 200 lie then takes tho average production of about six pigs to the sow end values them at 72 or 720 for tho wholo herd Up te this time It has been tho custom e for tho Investor to take half of thh turn or 300 as his share of tho In crease and since money has been tight during ttio past few years ho lips had no trouble in getting It It glvs him however about ISO per cent on hlsjn vested capital for the risk Involved L WHY THE FARM BOY WINS It Is Btcnuso Ills Early Life Has Made Him Responsive to Every Moral Suggestion No boy need over regret that be was born In the country aril reared on a farm Ho may lack tho keenness and polish of the city cousin lie may bo embarrassed by his own awkwardness and feel that ho Is at a hopeless disadvantage in the race but the country boy has a wider rango of practical Ideas From tbo very first his little services are In demand Ho becomes at oncd a part of the force that Is making for homo comfort and prosperity and feels tho Independence of ono who Is helping to support him self and add to tho general store The farm boy is likely to regard his life as one of drudgery and such it may be If ho loses Interest in his surrounding or is pressed with a continual round of duty There Is something heroic In tho country boys struggle with the elements limn snow and sleet only bract his courage Tho garnering of the crops tho housing and feeding of tho do mestic animals tho gathering and prep aration of the winter fuel give a purpose and zeal to his toll Then there Is the long tramp sometimes of mites to the district school lessons learned before and after long hours of labor IB It any wonder there aro keen wits developing all outside of Graded1stClulI and In dos fiance of pedagogical order It Is the Intensity of purposo with which the mind acts under tho Influence of vigor ous health and tho conscious value of time that accounts for thcfo results So fount the farm Is being supplied a stream of active worldworkers men not afraid to do their duty and bubbling over with energy and ambition Touch the coun trybred boy now the merchant prlnco or the successful professional man and how responsive ho becomes to every suggestion of moral life The same cnnont bo said of boys reared In the midst of other surroundings It Is the contact with nature that makes the In delible Impression upon life No great largeIitbanrural life Health happiness purity and peace are the natural Inheritance of those who dwell surrounded by fresh air beautiful scones bright skies and pure social Influences Agricultural Kpltomlst HANDY CARRIER FOR WOOl A Little Fnnn Convenience Which Saves Lots of Work and Is Ap predated by Boys It will bo much easier to get the dally supply of wood for the kitchen lire If the chll dren am provided with wood cars tiers Make th- lfouut1atlonas wide as the firewood Is long and long enough so It will hold n largo armful ThU foundation can be solid or not as des sired but is much lighter If made of slats At each end Is lilted a solid upright piece which Is as wide and almost as high as tho width of the foundation This servos to keep th wood In place the sides being left opon and tho wood placed crosswise In tho carrier An Iron rod Is bent for a handle or a piece of band Iron can be used either ono bolng fastened firmly to tho foundation at tho bottom of tho ouUldo of tho upright ends A more simple one that any boy can make has a foundation like tho first and a bent green branch for a handle For tbo upright ends uso the branches bonding them to the end are fastened to the corners of the foundation and tho rounded part comes about a foot above It The corn ra must bo strongly fastened with screws and the handle bo placed out side tho end pieces to hold them firm These carriers do away with tho old woodbox which Is to often an eyesore In an otherwise attractive kitchen Orange Judd Farmer Securing Runaway Swarms Whan largo apiaries of Italian beet are kept It Is essential that all blacks and hybrids within a radius of a mile bo disposed of If the swarms aro to be kept pure It Is often a nulsanco to hive stray swarms but an apiarist must do this In order to protect his stock A I Root a large beekeeper of Ohio sends a man on a bicycle to hive all stray swarms which are re ported to him Tho man carries n pair of pruning shears small smoker beovcll gloves and burlap sack In which to place tho bees The sack can usually be slipped around the bees and the mouth of It tied before the limb Is cut Tho bees aro then carried oft In the sack and placed In a hive Orango Judd Farmer What Modern Farming Means Slipshod farming has had Its daytoo long a day whoeo twilight still lingers long after Its sun has set If no other cause would compel tlrti change the in creasing price of land would bring it From this day forth the farmer who IB to hold up his head among his follows and play his part In tho worlds affairs must put Into practice the very best system of handling his land a system that will produce big yields at minimum costs and conserve and Increase the fertility of his soil Every other sort of farming will only result in fall tiro Farm Journal Prevention Cheaper Than Cure All diseases are easier to prevent than to cure and most diseases can ba traced to sonic kind of neglect whoth er tho animal affected be a horse cow sheep or pig Plaster of parts scattered over the floor of the chicken house imrlflos awl absorbs foul swell HEARD IN WASHINGTON Dr Halo chaplain of tbo senate went to tho stnto department to pay his re spects to Secretary Hay not knowing that It was diplomatic day As ho ap proached a messenger halted him and asked Are you a foreign minister slrT The chaplain replied saying No I am a domestic minister nnd departed on learning how the secretary was occupied Fourteen New Jersey mayors have formed an organization to wago war InI the Interest of fair taxation the chief object of attack being railroads which are believed to have been escaping pay ment In scandalous fashion The league to carry on a campaign of education means of public meetings throughout tho state and by circulation of suit able literature When Gon niooko was In Porto Rico with tho Invading army a portion of his command consisted of a regiment of volunteers from Pennsylvania Ono day tho general was riding along when one of tho sentinels of the Pennsylvania regiment saw him coming and In notifying the guard that the usual honors should be paid he called out Turnout the guard for tho chief guy ot tho grand push Gen Brooke was something of a martinet but he was so hacIRepresentative Cowherd c4 Missouri has a constituent who like for years been trying to procure a pension as a daughter of a soldier At first she asserted her father served in tho Mexican andIsame name as her father served In the war of 1612 and he wrote her that It required something more than a mere name to get a pension and to send some additional facts In reply ho received this My father wasof medium height had black hair couldnt shut one eye without shutting the other and knew nothing about music AS THE LAW DECIDES e The unauthorized Insertion of the word gold before the word dollars In an Instrument after Its execution and delivery Is hold In Foxworthy vs Colby Neb C2 L It A 393 to be a material alterationA prohibiting tho waste of water from artesian wells to the Injury nf wells of neighboring proprietors Is hold In Huber vs Merkel Wis G2 L H A CS9 no to be justified as an cxerclro of tho police power The mere purchase by a husband of an ordinary railway ticket for his wife Is held In Aiken vs Southern K com pany Ga C2 1 It A not to con stitute a contract for the safe trans portation of the wife In favor of the the rates to be charged by an Interstate carrier for carriage within the state of a shipment which Is dally ered to the carrier at a point In another state Is held In Southern Express company vs Goldberg Va C2 L U A staleIdiscretion Is held In Thompson vs Drown Ky 02 U It A 39S to ho valid under a statute making valid gifts Ahlch shall have pointed out with rea sonable certainty the purpose of tho charity and the beneficiaries thereof Making all corporations liable for injuries to employes through defective machinery notwithstanding tho em ploycs hail knowledge of the defect when the same liability Is not placed on private Individuals Is held In Mallard vs Mississippi Cotton Oil company iIII1S 62 L It A 107 to deny the cor the equal protection of the laws MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 23 CATTLE Common J3 00 Q 4 10 Heavy steers 40 Q 6 7- 5CALVESxtra 6 25 HOGS Ch packers 610 5 45 Mixed packers 5 25 5 40 fHllmPIExtra 3 I13 75 LAMHS Extra 6 15 35 FLOUIl Spring pat 5 00 tip 5 3- 0WIIEATNo 2 red lilll8- No3 winter 00 COIIN No 2 mixed 53 OATSNo 2 mixed 41ft RYFNo 73 7- 5hAYCh timothy i 13 25 PORK Clear family i15 20 LARDStuart Q G30 UUTTHUCh dairy t 10 Choice creamery W lID APPLES Choice 3 00 i 3 50 POTATOES New 1 CG ff 1 75 TOBACCONew 55 P12 25 Old 4 75 G 14 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 80 p 5 00- WIfEATNos 2 red d 974 No 3 spring 88 COIIN No 2 mixed Q 494 OATSNo 2 mixed 4014th 40 RYFINo 2 t 70 IOItK Mess 12 70 12 75- LAItDSleatu 82XsS 85 New York FLOUn Win Strts 4 50 4 75 WHEAT No 2 red 107- COHNNo2 mixed dJ 55 OATS No 2 mixed 43 45 It YE Western fie 70- POI1KFamiiy 1350 ply 50 LARD Steam 720 Baltimore WHEATrNo 2 red 65h CORN No 2 mixed 0 52 OATS No 2 mixed p 40 CATTLE Steers 0 5 SO HOGS Western lip 25 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red D- OCOliNNo2 mixed Q 6- 3OATSNo 2 mixed 4f 43 LARD Steam 7 75 PORIC Mess Gp13 50 Indianapolis WIIFATNo 2 red D31J CORN No 2 nixed lip 5011 OATS No 2 mixed tv 39ya UBCESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERMu Weeks SCHOOL XXPKMSUdoe era day ol lenn Cellefe Acad Ao Soles Model LM Nora Normal School A Orate liadnhl FH I 15lIoplll F f II tii1M IW t 2- Total ebea kipiiici toe tot M M For piano IIIICfrah sea other utn IM IptcUl Biptniti blow 14VIHO HPIRSBSBMffl ft la UTIM ty trlllIlight Ml for fall lid JPdai I1U a weski 1r for winter Urn 182oe weary Bo rd U UM rllhgealtoied a approved tteew rerlei In pile ecordlnj to seeommr laUoni furnlihed- Adding hue liTtcf npeDMa to scbl paaaet wa tail T bi paid Ulllrtt Lay tooltIIItbldpMII la CaUtiata Department ISOM Academy ud Ulla Normal 11120 Applied olenoe Normal ud A Orannar U7Wj Modal School lllM wlcur 1113 more for sash No audotsi to nealrad wtoe MIL to mate tats adraaM witnt Total Ortoarj BXMU II RNki arloe to be U Colleflat Department SN Academy sad tans Normal 125 Applied Science Normal and A Grammar Yodel lohoola lift I winter UIH dollars more for each tudenu parloi board and room roil la tans far s tics at the bejtnnlng noalr a dlaooanl City Hilt Btadenta dolt excaeed before tbs and of tone racetTe bask an equitable portion W the rnyI- b hare BZPIHBIS naif Yeah or Special Theory leans hour elm of three 17 DTan Violin iti24leisonsclsiioithree I M Heneirephf or Typewriting per term I00- wore harmony 100 lee ol Pupa or Typewriter I hr a day i 60 ol 1l1r a day 100 lent ol Millie Library per term btmlcal Laboratory according to maUrUI and SOS and Illcroecopleal lA or-alor1ptrmIMterUliln drawl III per term tDc4 dayi rd Wadualfonfawith dsgneiwltttdiploma too e r We promptly obtain U 8 a dFMiI I Bend model sketch or photo of Inrrutlon iatebSecure1RADEMARKS fori I account islature College colored students tho coming year therefore Berea College Founded 1855 IPLACES THE BE EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers end 900 Students from 21 States Larfcdf College Library Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied JeleneeTwo years Court with agrtcultore low youega fend Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two year Normal Courses For Teacher Three courses leading to eouity Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Conrae Four year fitting for College for business am4 for College Courses Literary Sdentlfie Classical leading to Baecalaur ate degrees Kuala Choral free Reed Organ Toed Piano Theory We here to help who will help themselves toward a Christian edit j eation Our Instruction la a free gift Students pity a small Incidental foal to meet expenses of the school from Instruction and must also par for board In advance Expenses for term 12 Weeka may 6 brought within 624 OO about 1G to be paid In advance The School U endorsed by Baptists Ckriatians Diaciphs CoogrftattOe aliatl Method ate Presbyterians and people of all deneoalnatioM to 14 MIENKV alYKl lie UCtfTAI WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kr vA l Madison County Roller Mills d AIeIIItMg Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Met Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour I ItllltlhIi Potts DuersonIVUtea Sutta Ky Extraordinary Unparalleled Extra Special Offer I Subscribe forTHE iG FREE Scholarships TUB CITIZEN will pay thotuition in Berea College for two terms of one young man and one young woman from each of tho following Counties Clay l still Jackson Leo Madison Owsloy PiilasU and Kochcastle These sixteen young people will bo selected by the people of their own County who lake THE CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December 1st This should bo filled out with tho names and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you wish scholarships to be given These ballots when received THE CITIZEN office count ono each for the young man null young woman whoso names aro written on them l In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to THE CITIZEN will receive a blank entitling them to ono hundred votes for each their favorito candidates 0 months 50 votes for each 3 months 25 votes for each The young man and young woman in each the eight Counties named who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by TOE CITIZEN for two terms Berea College which will save each ono from 800 to 1400 in cash Tho only expense to which they will be put is for board and room and good board and rooms can bo had cheaper in Borea than at any other firstdas school in Kentucky Boron College will bo bigger mod better than over tho coming year and if you or any of your friends are planning to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mail to THE CITIZEN Got your friends to vote for you Your chanco is just as good as anybodys START NOW I Cut this out fill In with names of your favorites and mall to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On of the recent action of the Kentucky Leg Berea can receive no this offer is open only to white contestants In life are alt apart good al of of above in S I vote for Mr of post ffioo county as the most popular young man and for Miss e f of postoffico county ai the most popular young woman 4 HHfrHHIHHHH HIiII3I HIHIHIIHMIHIHHi T Eastern Kentucky News I nableINo correspondence published unless signed la toll by the writer The it not for publication but at an evidence of good faith Write plainly rffITI 111111i1IL I IItH 2F4IJIli1IIt iIfI tJtftltlttI JACKSON COUNTY GREEN HALL July l51Vm Ramsey of Rich mond rented the pleading amlStuve Plan there nisi willstart it at once S D Johnson returned yesterday from Ross Creek Estill CoMar riedlit Jellico Tenii the 12 inst Miss Miiudiu Johnson and J T Simp sonLee Johnson and Miss Alice Anderson vuro married on the Oth instGreen beaus told potatoes lire plentiful at 10 cents and 50 cents per bushel ALCORN July 23U S Moyers and sister Pattis visited their parents at Cave Springs Saturday and Sunday Elihn Hose claims to have had 300 stolen The theft was committed in tiny time while Mr Rose was out at a neighbors storeSchool is getting on very nicely at this place1t is earnestly hoped that we will have better attendance this year than the previous year Below we give the S teachers of Jackson County sonic idea of the attendance of the school of the COllnh No of pupils of school age 1000 enrolled 3207 Average attendance S5 per cent Percentage of attendance based on census 1J per cent Out of the 1000 boys nnd girls that should have attended the free schools the full session wo have only mi average of 85 per cent mud 703 never attended at all This seems very small proi ortion of attendance but Jackson is above tho average County for attendance I know of but one remedy for nonattendance and that is a compulsory school law KERBY KNOB July 2iOat harvesting is in progress and the crop is good this velirTlw contest between W If Clark and 1 T Knglo for County Chairman has been decided by the State Central Committee in favor of Engle who passed through hero on his way to McKee todayE P Bailes representing the Silver Leaf nursery of Rose Hill Virginia is canvassing this and Clay County Mr Bailes will return home soon but will stop over in Bcren long enough to make arrangements for his children and others who have asked him to assist in getting them entered in school at the beginning of the school year Religious ser vices were held at tho Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Schools have all begun around here but too many are staying out to workMr Iroino Hayes and family of Berea are visiting here Mrs Sallie Kimberlin Lake visited Mrs John Halo soul family lust weekJas Hyatte and daughter Lily are here now from Blanton FlntMr and Mrs Will Monday of Kingston were visiting here latelyMr and Mrs Henry McGuire of Rockcastle Countyat tendedchurch hero this weekMiss Dot ie Powell of Red Lick is visit ing here now Miss Powell lost her eyesight eighteen years ago but is such a pleasant cheerful girl and bears her allliction so patiently and bravely she is enjoyed everywhere She has learned to do ninny useful things can do hand sewing nod crochet beautifully besides perform many household duties with great accuracy and intelligence ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD July 211A largo crowd attended tho services at Macedonia Sunday Tho funeral of Old Mrs Kimbrell was preached at her home Sunda- yeveningThere is much sickness among the littlg onesAir William Linvillos little laughter is better Tho babyof J B Coyle of Boone died Saturday evening This is the second of their children to die this sinnmer Thomas Ogg and family SoldnyEddiejGuiro SundayMrs Cook and daughter Matilda wero at their old J toile last weekDISPUTANTA July 2dCrops of all kinds look ssellG S GriHin of Mt Vernon a candidate for sheriff was over this wcekC J Lake who has been visiting homo folks at Berea has returned Mrs Mary Gadd is very low with consumption Some un known party went to W C Gadds house tho tutor night and struck him on the head with a stick while ho was asleep almost knocking him senseless G V Owens was in Mt Vernon this week on business and I reports sixteen candidates for Jailer J A cow belonging to J S GUIld 1 killed by lightning last weokJ E McGuiro was on Brush Creekon business this weukW A Ham jmoud was called to writo Mrs Gaddu lD will last weekshe is not expected to live long Many hogs are dying thisneighborhoodluster grandpa Abney this week MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAIN July 23Miss Lizzie Maupin has returned from a weeks visit with relatives at Whites StationMp Rose Robert and daughter llattie of Lex ington are visiting relatives here Miss Sarah Arndt of Bell County is tho guest of Miss Mary Wilson The babyof Mrs Maggie Overley is not expected to lieuMrs Kiz Cornelison and son Pal attended the Kirksville fairllrs Maud Tisdalo and children spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Mitchell DREYFUS July 23lfev Rolwrt Branden burg preached at the Baptist church Friday nightMiss Jot Holland was the guest of Miss Flossie Baker Sunday nighti C Powell return ed from Jackson Co Tuesday Mrs Margaret Spence of Bereft visitwl her daughter Mrs H C Brewer last syet kAirs Mary Winkler and Miss Sopie Kimberlim were in Berea Saturday Several from Drey fus attended the Sundayschool con vention at Pilot Knob Sunday Lewis Sandlin Sr was in Kingston Monday Services were conducted by Rev Derthick at the Christian church FridayeightSuiiday is progressing nicely at this place with Sallie Chisinan principal and Martha Ogg assistant Lullio Lain is ill again PEYTONTOWN July 25 Thomas Miller received a dangerous injury from being run over by the hand car FridayRev- R A Miinday preached very inter esting sermon Sunday night on the result of prayer Attendance goxlliss Florence B White who has been in Chicago since last slimmer returned home Sunday In company with Geo Wright she will start for the Worlds Fair Tuesday July 0thMr J C Burnam at tended church meeting hero Sunday Little Alie and Nettie Hamption are spending the summer with their grandma Mrs Alice Phelps to attend schoolMr and Mrs Charle Bur nam attended the funeralof their grandmother at Davis Town last weekHey T H Heed will preach at tho church Wednesday night for the benefit of rebuilding his house which was burned in June OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY July 21All tho schools of Ows ley have beguuA B Carmack Henry Noe Hiram Sizelnore and Jessie Sizemore started to inlist in the United States Army the 18th of this monthP M Frye is teaching the Oak Grovo school Miss Flora Scale the Spyny school Miss Mary Barker tho Riverside school and X F Ambrose tho Buffalo school There was preaching the 2lth at Clarks schoolhouse by A D Bowman and Lonsford BauksS- TURGEON July 21The teachers institute is in session at Booneville this week under the control of Prof Burk of Newport Ky nnd can say ho is a thorough aiid uptodate instructor Marshall Win Mays is at homo again John Tip Bowman was in Heidelburg last week Thos Ven able visited W J Blake Wednesday Married on July 15 1001 at tho home of the bride Mr PI Frye nnd Miss Mattio Gentry daughter- of High Gentry Tho newly married couple have our sincerest wishes for a lung and prosperous life ItP Allen of Berea is visiting our insti tute this wookG C Roberts hind his dwelling and contents insured a few days ago Win Moore was in Boo WilIo last TuesdayEli Tipry of Doe Creek was on Island Creek on business Tuesday Some of our boys mire working for the Coughton old Shepherd Stave CoAndy Yen able and Arch Roberts are visiting friends in Heidelburg There was church at Walnut Grove Saturday nnd Sunday Win McColluman was in Boo no ill 0 Monday on business Mothers Ear WORD IH MOTHERS EARS WHEN HltaaiHO AH INFANT AND IH THE MONTHS THAT COME BmFOKS THAT Time SCOTTS EMULSION SUPPUBS THIS EXTRA BTHCHOTH AND HOUtilCHMBNT BO HCCfSBARY POE TIIC HtALTH Of DOTH MOTHER AND CHILD Send fur free sample SCOTT S IIJWNK Chemists w 1i Pearl iII New York juc and f 100 alldriiKgku et Rti111nffi1hlll a r THE CITIZEN BIG BATTLE RAGED r Heavy Fighting on Land and Sea Took Place Near Port Arthur July 22 JAPS FORTIFY SANCHINPO HILL KoiKirtcd in St Petersburg That Oci- iSainsonoir Was Wounded During the Battle at Tn Tche Kino Chinese Flag Flies Over the New Chwang Custom HouseJape Took a Russian Position at the Point of the Dayonet Cho Foo July 27A Junk bringing Chinese refuses from Port Arthur has Just arrived here Time Chlneso report that when they left Pout Arthur July 22 heavy lighting was go- Ing on both on laud and sea They wore unablo to glvo any details They report that tho Japanese havo heavily fortified Sanchlnpo hill St Petersburg July 27A rumor Is current hero that Gen Samsonoft was severely wounded during tho fighting at Tn Tcho Kino Toklo July 2iTho Chinese flag Is flying over tho customs house at Now Chwang It Is retorted that the Japanese took tho Russian position at Ta Tehoklo Monday night at tho point of the bayonet Berlin July 2iA correspondent of the lokal Anzclger who was an eyewitness of the fighting near Ta Tche Kino telegraphs from Lino Yang un der Tuesdays date that tho Japanese unexpectedly opened a cannonade on the evening of July 23 and adds that the artillery battlo was continued Sun tiny and lasted 24 hours Time Uu ntna batteries continues tho correspondent wore served better than those of the Japanese The Russians made a fierco bayonet attack and retained their positions nt nightfall but wore unexpectedly ordered to retire during the night In tho morning of July 25 they evacuated the railroad station at Ta Tcho Klao carrying off the movables and burning the bulk of their supplies When the correspondent left Ta Tcho Kino on the last train at 10 In the morning the Russians rear guard was still holding Ta Tche Klao SINKING OF ENGLISH SHIP The Drills Government Is Taking En ergetic Action In the Cast London July 27Tho British government is taking energetic action In time case of tho sinking of tho British steamer Knight Commander by tho Vladivostok squadron All Informa tlon received by the government tends to establish In the official mind a be lief that an outrage has been commit ted for which no excuse exists In In ternational law Those aware of the feelings of tho ministry said Tuesday night that all the members of the cab net are In accord regarding the princi pies of the inviolability of Innocent neutral shipping as well as upon the principle that a neutral ship can not be destroyed even If carrying contra band of war The demands which will be mado on the Russian government will include compensation to tho owners of tho ship and to time owners of the goods on board the Knight Commander an apology for the action of time Russian cruisers and an agreement that In structions be given which will prevent a repetition of such action PAUL KRUGERS REMAINS Large Crowds Met Them at the Sta tion In The Hague Tho Hague July 27The train bear- Ing the body of tho Into President Kruger arrived Tuesday Largo crowds were at the station Tho court chamberlain In time names of tho queen and prince consort laid on tho coffin a beautiful wreath bound by a ribbon inscribed with their initials Somo of tho cabinet ministers were present as representatives of tho gov ernment Big Fire In St Petersburg St Petersburg July 27Jolro de stroyed tho largest electric cable wlro factory In st Petersburg with tho loss of nbout J12COOOO It is said a quan tity of cables for the torpedoes and mines Intended for tho Daltlc squadron was destroyed Jap Vessels In Bad Condition Cho Foo July 27A Frenchman who has arrived from Port Arthur reports that the Japanese war vessels before that port are In bad condition on account of the long servlca and lack of opportunity for making re- paIrs The Japanese Loss TlenTsln July 27lt Is reported hore that the Japanese lost 380 men In killed and wounded in tho fighting which has taken placo outsldo of Now Chwang during tho last two days Russian loss not known Another Vessel Seized Suez July 27The steamer For mosa was seized by tho Smolensk She Is said to taro on board tho Red boa pilots who have been on tho Smo lensk and St Petersburg as well as the Ardovas crow Escaped the Russian Fleet San Francisco July 27 According to advices received in this city the British steamer St Hubert escaped tho Russian fleet and arrived at Yokohama Tuesday from Iaulauo by war of Honolulu A CHANCE FOR YOU There isn good clmnco for strong and willing young nee to earn money for school expenses in Bores this full by work on the Farm ami in tho Brickyard and nt other work These chances are only for such nl will Iw hero in till Full Term beginning September 11 and the work must IHJ engaged beforehand For particulars address W C OAMULE Secretary Boron Ky No man or woman in tho Ntntn will hesitate tospeak well of Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets nftor onco trying them They always produce pleasant movement of time bowels im prove tho appetite and Itrcoll then the digestion For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist Blame No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick All we CAn do Is give advice Of course tttnti easy hut our mlvlce Is rcnlly worth a little more to you than most jw ilea for wo otter to give you tho first bottle of ourI mctllrlno free It It falls to help you We could not nITorJ to do this unless our medicine was good Such on offer on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor house Dr Miles Nervine however as y an of experience have proved is a medi cine that cures tho skk Those whom It cannot bencntIeiu than one In ton thousand we prefer toj refund their money All we ask of you Is to try Dr tilts Restorative Nervlnn for your complaint If you suffer from KlcuplOMncftft nervous exhaustion dizziness hmdiche mus cular twltchlnga melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vltus1 Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are tho doctor ycerbecameco serious that we were comiwlled to take him out of school several physicians lad failed to relieve him we months treatment Miles Nervlno with NFnlnosad Liver Pills restored our lay to pfrft- healthIH JOHN 8 WII3ON Deputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREEWrlto WI and wo will mail Free 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