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HHW HI+I Sixteen Departments If I1iIZLE314IMferrd Bight Pages 1 H I III II I II I c IIrOut secret of success ill to keep your own secrets Tf you aro n gentleman you ueesl not IKKIH that yOU wore horn out People will f it out An extravagant nation ctin noinor ficajm Ixcoming a corrupt natioi than a HMMiltlirift cnn esopM t coming a bankrupt FROM THE WIDE WORLD Honduras in on the verge of nnoth er revolution It is Haiti the rupture Ixitwcfti tin Government and the fops iH 1Ionmch ImH protested to Circa Hritian against time allcgisl shipment contraband goods to Japan Russia IIIIH agreed to fully idem nify German HhlpllfJIK for lonsw Kiistainid by tho seizures of Gemini ships Iho Venezuelan Government tok forcible jXJKSossion of the projiorty of the New York unit Reminder As I pltalt Company despite many pro tents Tho action is not understood iu Washington thud has created tin pleasant feeling The Slate IXpartnifiil at Wash ington leis received from tin Port land Milling Coniuiny of Oregon a protest against the wizure liy the b KitHNian minvyof a cargo of flour on the steamer Arabia M von IMuhvi Russian Minister of the Interior was assassinated Thursday in St Petersburg by n Uimb which was thrown nt his ear riage as IWilli driving to the Palace to inako his weekly report to the Km Hror 1Oil Ilehves coachman wan killed the man who throw time Iximl wan prolmhly fatally Injured and twenty jxoplo sustained injuries of varying chantcter The polio at St Petersburg hove not Ixen able to i entablish till identity of till assassin Tho funend of M von Plehvo took place Sundayat St Petersburg Bells were tolled throughout the Itimsian Empire IN OUR OWN COUNTRY President Roosevelt will visit the Worlds Fair In October Tho historic Washington uhn at MorrihUnvn N J has hec cut down The GalTcston TUIOH seawall has lx eii coniplettvlat aooMt of 11113- a is Wisconsin ProliilitionistH nomin ated W II Clark of Ripon for Governor An explosion of mitural HUll in RuHMoll Park Ilotcl Chicago caused injuries to several pl ople Union laborers in a meeting at Pittsburg declared for election of United States Senators by Kipnlar vote Missouri ItepublirinH in conven tionat St JoMpli nominated Cyrus P Walbridge of St Louis for Gov ernor Thomas W Tichenal a West Vir ginia x tlmnstor has IHMIII arrested on tho charge of working a green goods ScllCin Military rule is at an end in Col ontdo Guy PealKxly having called in the soldiers who wero on duty in the Cripple Creek district Thomas IllHwut of Indiana was elected Chairman and Urcy Wood son of Kentucky Secretary of the National Democratic Committee COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Custur Gardner murderer of Squire and David Oslxmie was oxectited at Munfordvillu Hart County John D Vhito has withdrawn front tho race for tho Republican nomination for Congress in tho Eleventh district W 11 Rousoy whoeBcajxd jail at 1DauviUe last October after having eft to twentyono years in tho jHsnilentiary for killing Slim Mastin in 1U02 has been arrested iinCalifornia Kentucky nut will Iw brought hack Tho Mayor of Monroe Mich Ins invited tho Keiltucky State ollicials to IH guests of that city on Sept to witness tho unveiling of the monu meat erected by tho State of Michi gan to tho Kentucky soldiers who fell in tho battle of tho River Raisin in HUM Goy Beckhani on behalf of tho Kentucky Sltato ollicials has accepted tho invitation State Auditor linger declines to place nay part of tho laconic front tho Insurance Department to the credit of the school fund until first directed to do so by tho courts Ho declares that such an action would rr derange tho present tax rate which would have to reapportioned by the Legislature Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqua will in Htituto n friendly suit against Audi tor huger to compel him to make tho appointment w OIIIKKSI noMnpROOFs IN POUT AUTIIUK Ever tfnco that fennome day In February when the gum fit Ailinlrnl Tofjoi vlarerla Oinn len d a vucifrrniw demand for ulrntMinn tu the harlwr of Iort Arthur the Chin i In the IwlrnKurrml town lure bn In condition Ixmlcrinif on panic Tltujr InitnrilUteljr eoiiitructml little IniU wliicli they appear to regardal Ixinibiircxifi In times trey uUltlnui of tie fact that cores of meet lure hero dvitrojcJ by the thcllt throw u lulu the town 1h 4 Our Popular Scholarship Contest Ht l 1h ++ M1 Tin CITIZENS offer of Free Tuition in Berea College for two terms to le given to the two most pular young people in each of time eight sur rounding couiities attracts more and more attention as the weeks pass This week leo counry enters with live candidates As we go to press tho following votes had IHMJII reccivetl Clay County 12jSusie 0- V O M Rico 1JOO- M M Robinson 90- 00I Janis 500 T K March 100 Mary Collins UK- Clms Combs UOO Estill County lichen L Coylo 100 Martha Ixghdon 100 Jackson County W L Megloy JHK- Ijiuni llatlield 8V Susie Watson 8K Samuel Davis W- XLizio Wilson Sill Nannie Click 300 Lucy Parsons 300 May Stirknian UK C D Smith UK Robert Taylor 100 Lee County Mary Farlor 1100 RESOLUTIONS OF LEE COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE Held at asaltyvllt July 25 to 21 In elusive Countyinadopt the following resolutions 1 That we appreciate tho res iOUsibilititsnssummid by us and shall strive not to lw wanting in the great abuse 2 That we condemn the aNion of tho legislature in re caling the law allowing teachers paywhen at tending Institutes and we ask that tho teachers Iw required to attend the Institute free of charge to then 3 That wo comgrutuato Supt Eager UJKIII his wise selection of Imf Murko as Instructor and for the fair and impartial manner in which he huts presided over this In Ht itII tot That we thank Prof Burke for tho kind tumid patient manner in which ho has instructed us and for his delightful lectures and splendid methods of teaching mud wo heartily endorse him as an able Institute In structor 0 That wo thank L D Brandenburg Secretary and Mrs 11 II Harris organist for their faithful performance of their duties 0 That wo endorse tho action of tho last General Assembly in creating n six months term for tho Pub lie School System nod we are in favor of having tho Public School terns extended two months to IHJ supported by County taxation 7 That whereas tho teachers of Leo County have enjoyed tho privi lege of holding their Institute in time Public School building wo offer 0111 thanks to the trustees of said school for saute 8 That wo extend to tjio Peoplu of Beattyvillo our hearty thanks for tho mlUl courtesies shown us while in their MidstI 0 That a copy of of these resolutions spread upon tho records of this Institute lulla copy bo sent to The Beattyvillo News Tho Borea Citizen Tho Breathilt County News ant The Hazel Green Monitor for publication VEROII S BEATTV W D LUCAS Miss CAHKIE THOMAS Committee Sunburn Huat And all Sumuinr lullammatious are instantly rnliev cl by tho use of Para cam ph It Boothoa it cools it euros drawing out through tho pores all fever and inflammation Paraciunph heals without leaving ugly scars Try n 25o bottle Floyd Lucas iX Clay Combs tOO 11 McGuire 100 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Claudo DoBaun 375 Bessie lays 375 Wallace Adams aoo Pearl Clay aoo Tonunio Maker 2110 Maggie Lowell XiOws-ly County Nora Wilson SOO Snowden Kcynolds 550 Caugmbehi150Vary M J Pendegrass 101 Flora Pendegrass 101 Jcauetto Gabltnnl 100 Rockcastle County Rachul Hiblhjnl 500 M B Thompson 500 John McFerron 100 Fannio McClnro 100 Mollio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Myrdu Mcllarguo100 RESOLUTIONS OF THE OWSLEY COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE Held at Boonevltlft July 18 to 22 In elusive Tho Teachers of Ovvsley County in joint session assembled mako time following resolutions- 1st That we extend our thanks to tho H oplo of Boonovillo for tho giiierotiR hospitality and friendly treatment shown us whilo lucre 2d That we thank our able In structor for his untiring effort to make tho work of the Institute simple and effective 3d That wo are grateful to Prof Lyle of London Prof Smith of North Middletown and Mr B P Allen of Berea for their presence anti suggestions Ith That wo approve of the course our honorable county teach ers and Swim orintendeut hits taken in piloting strife among patrons trustees and in holding rigid and fair examinations thus giving to tho County n splendid corps of teachers uth That wo recognize time fact that in union there is strength there fore wo mutually pledge ourselves to stand as n unit for tho betterment of the common schools of Owsloy County lilt Tho Legislature having gh en us six months of school we pledge ourselves to uso all honest means to make this extension of time n bless ing to time cause of Education in our county 7th Believing that wo are in some small degree recognized as moulders of character and leaders of thought we earnestly agree to lead lives of soberness and discretion 8th That we will strive to secure tho help of tho parents and trustees in tho work of time common schools endeavoring to show then that time advancement of tho school menus time betterment of their conditions in life- R T MOOHES MINNIE HERD P M FBTE PEARL HOGG VIRGINIA MAIXOOS Committees Bishop Joseph S Key Southern M E Church writes We gave Dr blnKPowtJrfltho happiest results Tho effects were almost magical nUll certainly morn satififHctory than from anything we TeethingIowdnra the Effects of the Summers Heat O o o O 0o o Iii 0o P 0 i Pluck Push and Perservance are all essential too equalS i5 of a little Savings account Possibly you would like to talk with us about the matter o o o 0 I The Berea Banking Co i0 i Main Street Berea Kentuckyo o S 0o 000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Carriage Satisfaction Here botlyfinishcarriages invariably give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop N Richmond Ky Get The Latest Ladies Collars- No season has produced such an abundance of beautiful styles in Ladies Neckwear as the present Wo show all the now styles in endless varie- tySummer Laces We have just added all the new est patterns to our stock of laces and insortings anti can certainly please you MillineryMid prices already pre vail hero We are determined to to carry nothing over No trouble lo show goods Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Berea Ky TilE This sent any voted sent 100 itcn E a titles the sending years subscription to TILE CITIZEN n to votes each candidate voted If sent with cents subscription and each If sent with cents threw e s subscription mud tcandidate BuggiesPhaetons RunaboutsSurries Traps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish ItII II IFI I I I I I I H H I I I I Cream Crushed Fruit Flavors Coca Cola Cherry Phosphate Popallflavors Grape Juice youinGet tho boat at the East End Drug Co Main StrootDArol1 Ky Bipyour WeddingRings From time largest and lest tock of goldjewelryCdl and see lino of goods A Thompson Opposite Burdeltos Mill Boron Ky The Special build o- fTennessee Wagons make them the most desirable any wagons on the market 2J running gear 0 cash 3 in running gear flash Sold by A P SETTLE Depot Street Bores Ky Mothers Protect Your children from the pain of Mosquito and Chigger bites Apply Paracamph freely relieves the pain draws out the fever and tho in flammation and prevents swelling If mosquitoes Subscribefor Citizen Sloop Good Dont Mosquitoes keep awake at night Apply Faracamph to your face and hands before retir ing will prevent the mosquitoes biting you If they should happan bite you it will tho pain and prevent swelling i Popularity Contest For tho benoGt of time colored subscribers of TilE CITIZEN who are prevented by tho recent action of tho Kentucky Legislature from entering Berea College wo Lave decided mako tho following SPECIAL OFFER which is open only to colored subscribers On Septctnlwr 20 1UOI CITIZEN will give 3000 to be divided into two equal sums of 1500 each and applied Oil time school OXIMJIIBCS at any school or college they may select of time two young colored people one young man and ono young woman who receive tho largest number of votes provided that no money shall ho paid by TilE CITIZEN to any candidate if the total uumlmr of votes cast for time candidates is less than 1CM0 voting for your favorite use time blank below blank if without S money counts one for each person for If with person it to one Cm sand 100 for N for 50 six E months 50 votes gu for 5i5 months 25 votes for each Ii II Ice our J of in 12r 1500 Jr It let you It to relieve to nil In I veto for Mr ofP 0 as tho mutest popular young colored man amid for Miss ofI0 as the most popular young colored woman TilE Ky1Ieaso to IIpplall my subscription account Name P 0 THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY DAMS THE GRAVE OF SAMUEL OLD GRA =ART BURYlNQaROUND BOSTON They knew the patriot rebels soul Who set his Bravo upon the verge Of Bostons busy street where roll The vans of tratllc and the vurgt Of hnstlMK footsteps not for him A cedard churchyards blank repose Nor tomb In some cathedral dim Where no bird tUes nor fret wind blows 8am Adams never askd to rest- I cannot think he slumbers here But watches with unjaded zest The stream rush on nnd disappear He longs to rli and join the strife As In tho seasons when his breath Kindled a nation Into life lie acorns the iviljylng sloth of death Fain would we hea whlch faction rules What men precede In town ana state And If we guard our public schools And keep our courts Inviolate He whispers We for Freedom fought Have you the love of Freedom still Mae Wealth not pauperlzd your thought Nor Power bred a wolfish will You hurry bywhat erranas call Service to heart or head or purse Shed you a freemans boon on all Or shape a subtler tyrants curse We numberd but a little clan Beside your millionteeming prt Yet wrought the general good of Man Woe be your meed If you do less William Iloscoe Thayer In the Atlantic t it i o jjO HY IIKJJKY OILHKUT t 1K 1 ho had obtained his degree SINCE science and an appointment Stephen Portway had determined to leave his poor lodgings In Soho but he still delayed At first he was not frank even to himself But at length he had to con fess to the dark of a sleepless night that a woman held hlma woman to whom he had never spoken except with the commonplace greetings of the dayShe was french she called herself Mile Lemolne was perhaps 24 years of age and she lived alone In a room on the opposite side of the landing before his door She appeared to be very poor very proud and very soll taryWithout thinking Stephen had got to wait for her going out In the morn- Ing so that he could greet her when passing In the evening too when he heard tho light footsteps coming up the stairs he would carelessly begin descending so as to look into the tired quiet eyes and hear the soft voice answer his salutation But at last ho became aware that his comingsIn and goingsout were but shadowings of her movements and in shame he put restraint upon himself But when at the end of that time he found he had not seen her face for a week he threw selfcontrol to the winds and watched to meet her Once there had seemed to be the possibility of archness and coquetry but now it was pale and gaunt and in her eyes were fever and a great trouble He could not be deceived whatever was her mental anguish ho knew there wits a meaner a grimmer despair beneath It allshe lacked food Once be would fiercely resolve to go to her tomorrow and bluntly offer her help and friendliness next mo ment he would enrage against the sus plclqus conventions that were reared about them Next day was Saturday She did not appear in the morning and he went listlessly to his work Reaching home quickly in tho afternoon he sat In his room near the door and listened for her Suddenly the quiet steps sounded on the stairs below and seiz ing his hat he strolled whistling out of tho room She was coming up the stairs with a basket on her arm and at the Eight of tfcs weariness in her face and the frailty in her figure he felt impelled to speak to her tenderly He thought that for a moment she seemed shaken before his gaze and she hesitated in her reply to his greet ing then she responded and passed on with her usual distant bearing As she went by he glanced at tho basket A cloth was over something within it and fur the moment ho was glad and then half sorry with tho thought that she was not in such dire straits as he had imagined As she placed her foot on tho stair he saw the cloth was pulled aside at one place and a piece of charcoal jutted up He descended feeling pleased to think she was going to cook something over her stove In another ten minutes ho came bounding into tho house and up tho stairs Halfway toward the museum a terrible suspicion had entered his mind perhaps she meant to destroy herself Ho listened but no noise camo from the room He tried to think of an ex cuse for knocking and speaking then happening to cast his eye to tho top of the door he caught sight of a piece of blanket Jammed between it and the frame Quickly ho bent no light camo through tho keyhole and at tho bot tom of the door flannel was thrust Ho mocked with restrained force tho blood beating thickly at his heart A slight movement came from within tho room but no reply He knocked again and called Mademoiselle Then tho yolco answered la sleepy tones Who is it 1 It is I he replied What are you loins with the door blocked upT OIGo away said the girl drowsily I am all right now I thank you II Mademoiselle ho cried angrily Cet up and open the door or I will burst It Inl He reflected for u mo meat and then added Think tho whole house will know Ho heard a movement as of someone slowly rising and groans My head my head Then a heavy fall to the floor At that exerting all his strength he struck the lock with his foot the door flew open and thick white smoke as from a wood fire curled out toward him stifling him From the clearness of some part of tho room he believed tho fire had not been long burning Quickly lifting tho girl from beside tho bed he bore her Into his own room where placing her on a couch near the open window ho douched her head and throat with cold water He was on the point of running for help when her bosom fluttered the lips twitched and the eyelids slowly openedShe gazed into his tender eyes for a moment as If she did not recognize him then turning she burst into pas sionate tears As her hands leaped to cover her face he noticed a wedding ring upon her finger It had never been there before When ho had helped her Into her room which was now cleared of smoke ho said a little brusquely Mademoiselle you will promise to do nothing rash again I will promise you yes she said almost humbly her eyes dropping be hisWhatever may be troubling you ho went on you can always depend on me to help you As they sat at ten he tried by cheer ful talk to bring her mind away from brooding and after tho meal she was betrayed Into some brightness on see- Ing him wash up tho teathings and wished against his laughing protesta tions to do It for him Suddenly in tho midst of their al most gay talk she became silent the face clouded and shining drops started from her eyes- I never dreamed you were so kind she said looking at him the tears falling down her face I always thought you wero so stern and cold I called you In my mind the man with tho hard eyes 0 but you mustnt trust to ap pearances he replied cheerfully Ive often thought you were in trouble andand hadnt many friends per haps I have no friends since my poor father died a year ago she said sadly when she had wiped her eyes and could speak quietly He had a concession which he thought some rich men here would pay him for but they took it and gave him worthless papers When he died disappointed I tried to keep myself All our frlnnds seemed to have hidden themselves I have suffered many things but I cannot starve It is so base Oh monsieur I know you de spise me for being a coward today butDont say that replied Stephen None of us know how weak wo may bo when the time comes But now listen You must begin again You must let me lend you some money to go on with and we must look about and see what work you can get Will you do that She shook her head putting his offer from her with a quick forward ges ture of her hands which seemed to him both pretty and pitiable O she said with trembling voice I almost wish you had notnot found me today Then with a sudden quickness in look and tone sho said How monsieur did you come to suspect so soon what I was doing I thought you had sane out Never mind that now bo said brusquely You must take my offer It will only be a loan which you can repay when you have work Thank you monsieur she replied in cold tones I will take the money as n loan He passed some gold to her across the table and her face went proud and pallid as she murmured thanks Then hot at the thought of what might be in her mind he tore a leaf from his noto book made out an I0 U and handed it to her with his pen She signed the paper in silence To him the flimsy page seemed a wall of Ice between them that for his part he swore to himself he would sever break down Next evening she camo to tell him of the efforts she had made that day to obtain work Her manner was some what distant with at tho end of their talk a checked flash of warmth lIe noticed there was now no ring upon her finger and wondered what was her story Three weeks passed He could not but confess the quiet perseverance with which she tramped London through and through In her efforts to get work She bad procured one or two pupils but her ambition was to obtain some clerical berth In this however her lack of business exper ience seemed to bo tho great hindrance but several of her compatriots had promised to aid her Ono evening she met him on the stairs her eyes eager her manner agitated She told him she had at length obtained a small berth In a commercial office Sho was to work at tho London branch for six months and then bo transferred to Paris In spite of his quick cheerfulness her brightness dulled at the sadness that came into his eyes as she told her news Hu knew what ho must do be must leave her at onco To feel the time shorten to the day when he should see her for the last time would gradually undermine resolution By one strong action he could save himself from his own disesteem ant verlmps her scornAt the heart of him he did not snow what to think of her She did not fear him yet she did not try to draw him Her grace and gentleness hid so much that was brave and strong that doubt of her was Impossible Yet who was she What was she Hod that ring meant anything Why had she removed It lie hall for some time been able to take a vacancy In a laboratory at Liverpool and now made definite arrangements for the change On the evening that ho had deter mined to tell her of his leaving London she tapped at his door and on her enI tering to his call he had not tho lleartI to look up but returned her greeting with eyes bent on his book After a little talk she seemed to think he was preoccupied and as usual In her sensible manner that had always half pleased and halt embittered him she rose soon as If to go away lie looked up quickly Dont go ho said I have something to tell you I have got an appointment at Liverpool and shall bo leaving London in n few days I sup pose you too will be getting new quar ters soon She went pale as she sat and In her eyes carne a look of terror Your am leaving London II am very sorry- I too am sorry said Port way hurriedly very sorry but I think It Is best forror my prospects as an analyst She nodded her head looking at him with eyes of sadness She rose and went to the door In silence stopped came back to where he stood and held out her hand M Stephen she said In low soft tones I can never thank you enough for your goodness You have been more than a friend to me but She shook her head sorrowfully and her eyes darkened as If with fear She dropped his hand and with a wan smile shrugged her shoulders What Is It mademoiselle he said his voice quick- I fear myself she said I am a coward Her face and figure seemed suddenly shadowed In gloom Hilt as you have seen my friend thero Is something that leaps Into us French women when things are at their worst and it drives usIt drives us toShe made a curious gesture In which indifference and despair seemed to bo flung over a verge But this she said Instantly bright this is ungrateful talk You have put me on a safe road I thank you Mon sieur Stephen Thero are not men like you I fear I will be strongI like you I thank you for your good nessI thank you with all my poor heart Marcelle ho said looking Into the eyes that shone with unshed tears you think I leave my task half done You think I do not care But Mar celle If you care for me and canIHo stammered and was silent ho could not frame all the opposing thoughts that thronged and Instead he held her hand looking at the finger on which ho had seen the ring Ho raised his head end met her eyes and Instantly complete knowledge seemed to bridge their minds I have no one In the world sho said her eyes and cheeks aglow It was my fancy to wear my ring that day for I thought I soon should see him that I had lost We had been so happy for n little while after we were married and then ho became and had to go away from me and I never saw him again till he lay dead That was four years ago Then my ruin came upon us and oh that littleIhappy time seems so far away Do you caro enough for me my wife Tho smiling flushing face looked fondly In his eyes and then as she was drawn within his arms she said I cared for you on the day I told you that your eyes had looked so hard for I saw then how very tender they could beLondon Sketch CERTAIN HE WOULD WIN Ticket fur n Iliilltc Guys It Molder a Nol ll pill lit It Ite-vf romcmiliiii I once knew an old Irishman who would Invest his last cent in any kind of a gamble he happened up against said Magistrate Cunningham the other day relates the Philadelphia Press Ono Christmas Eve ho came homo with a ticket entitling him to a chance on a horse and sleigh that were to t0 raffled off- Well be drlvin out through Fair mount Park th morrow lIke th big guns Mary he announced with pride to his wife 0 pop wont that be fine chimed In his little son You an mo can ride on the front seat and mom and little Johanna can sit in the back Yell bo doln no slch thing as serted tho old man Twlll bo the back seat for you my lad Yer mother will bo on front wit me I will so whined tho youngster I will so be rldln on tho front The old man assumed a stern pa rental air and took his pipe from his mouth to deliver his final decision Yell not I tell ye bo said Ill be bavin no back talk from yo alt off the sleigh Cleverish TIilttKH Edmund Burke once showed a painting to Sir Joshua Reynolds whoso opinion bo Invited Sir Joshua looked long and attentively at It Well ho said I really dont know what to say Its a cleverish thing but whether theres sufficient promise In It to justify my advising the young man to adopt art as a calling I really cannot say It was Reynolds own work done many years before GETTING A EA1SE Theres Just this to It said young Dourlnud to the clerk next hint Ivo gOt to get a raise Living In this blamed town on 112 a week Is skinning the cat too close Anyway thats not the point of view If Im worth J12 to the com pan Im worth all of i15 Ive been hero for ten months too The boss Is In there alone said the nearest clerk with a grin I dare you said the nearest steno llourland realized his mistake Ho should have done tho deed and told It later Now his brave Intention would spread all over the office and was bound Fooner or later to reach the old mans ears There was nothing to do but take the dare and settle tho question offhand although Dou and did not feel like bearding any lion that morning Resides he had not studied his boss yet with sufficient earnestness to know the easiest road to his good graces Hut he laid down his pen and amid the con centrated gaze of his awoclates walked boldly Into the sacred precincts of the 1ooss gentleman won sitting by his desk tapping heavily on It with a rulerI There was a scowl on his brow not necessarily mean ho was In a bad temper but young Bourland had no other i explanationIYoung Bourland Instantly realized that he had no earthly business there and Instead of being worth 15 to the firm he was In reality worth not more than 10 and that there were better men than he to be had for that small sum lie also realized that since he could not come crashing down with hie extraordinary demand he must ask about something else and that mighty quick HIs brain cloggedDo you want us to get all the bills out tonight he asked weakly Hasnt Itnnsomo enough men to do It asked the great man This Is the day they should go you know Dont you get all your orders from HansorueT Youre a new man arnt you I dont bother over that sort of thing Go to himYoung Dourlnnd left keeping time to the renewed tapping of the ruler and abusing himself for a driveling Idiot The ycllowhnlred stenographer asked him If he got his raise The nearest rlerk asked If he had got his grit up enough to ask for more money Bourland took up his pen with a superb air ron sidering his distraught state of mind and raised his eyebrows enigmatically He added up a column four times and got a different result each time the differ ence running Into the thousands He was wondering what he could do to square himself with the old man All about him the clerks and stenographers were talk Ing the matter up In all Its bearings lie wondered how long he could stand their horseplay Young Dourland needed the money InI all verity but he grew to dread pay day like torment Then every bit of clown Ishness In the whole aggregation of of fice freaks was turned loose They asked to tee his enormous check They assured him that his case was being considered at directors meetings that as soon as the old man had a spare day he would take up the matter In all Its ramifica tions They were sure he would pay Hourland as much as the firm could af ford though of course that was not all he was worth For six months young Hourland suf fered Asking for a raise became his comIpanmany times even to his necktie And each day he put It off until tomorrow Finally he did arrive at one Immense decision He would either ask for the raise by Juno 15 or he would get out Hy theI night of the 14th be had not made The morning of the IGth young Hour land put on a new business milt He had long since decided that It was better to look prosperous than seedy lie fell strangely calm All argument was dead He did not know whether ho was going to come home richer or poorer lie did not know whether he was going to face tho old man or not He got down to work with an alert mind About 11 oclock he glanced up and saw the boss walk from tho secretarys office Into his own With out ado young Dourland laid down his pen and walked coolly across the floor straight Into the presence Well sir came the quick challenge as It had come before Ive come to see about my prospects for getting a raise sir young Hourland said Ive been with the firm 16 months at 12 If I was worth that to you at the start Im worth more now with my knowledge of tho buslnoss The great man smiled genially I agree with you sir he said I shall speak to Mr Ransome today Is there anything else Young Hourland had a keen humor That helped pim to relax fromi the nervous strain and depart In a calm and cheerful mood Chicago Dally News Worlds Statistics At a rough calculation tho popula tion of the world Is more than 1000 000000 souls These speak some 3004 languages and are worshippers of more than 1100 religions The average length of life Is 33 13 years Ono fourth of mankind duo before the sev enth and onehalf before the seventieth year Only onesixth llvo beyond tho age of 60 Thirtythree million die annually 91000 dally 8730 every hour every mlnuto While onefourth are capable of bearing arms only ono In 1000 Is naturally Inclined to tho pro reaslonN Y Herald Private Zoo It Is reported that Henry C Moore of Corinth Miss has shot moro than 1000 elephants and line perhaps the finest private collection of zoological specimens In the world oiloSro11oS1olso oSro o7aoSroSeoleo5toitolto7soSroieolroitoiroMoieotloMol xx The Kirksville School i 5 For Boys and Girls 11 O 0 P Simmons Principal Mark S Peokham Asst Prin g Miss Ada Allen Prin Dept of Music o 5 tf o Incidental Fees o All Grades DO cents per Term All fees Payable o Tuition Fees Termrx B Primary 10 00 per A Primary and B Grammar ID 00 A Grammar 15 00 rio High School 20 00 o Department of Music Inolud x Instruments for Practice 20 00 xEnrollment last year 101 Wo expect to Incroa this 0 Remember year Our teachers are competent and up to dato before g deciding what school you will patronize that Kirksville has four It- S churches and NO SALOONS We solicit patronage from people r- x who wish their o secured at rateso oob Send for Catalogue and investigate n 1 G PSIMMONS Principal Kirksville Ky fo ittoKorororororotott rorororokovourorosottotororottoroboro Put an End to It All A grievous wail oftuiuw comes as- a result of unbearable paiu from ovor taxed organs Dizzinww Backache Liver complaint suit Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings Now Life Pills they put nn end to it all They ate gontlu but thorough Try them Only 2Txs Guaranteed by East End Drug Cos Drug Storo wrro lythl aat taro utattnrwttbth1rtsantna srueeua 05p US Pstsa106catelblsy4os00 STOP THOSE RATTLING SPOKES and loot dies Urntmtwr we IInl- a tntihln that MU titti roM No bunted or burnt rime nn paint chip pcloff no new salt boles Tire Ml 00 s herd dry suture Palidartion lutraotttd or jour money trk Zoo for buggy wheel SOc for wagon wheel lloreeaboelng We everything furnished Wo know DO competition Call and see ui AZBILL BROS Btrea and Big Hill Pike BO YEARS EXPERIENCE PJ NS GTNaOt MassJiiI Lpt DesiGNs Sit Corvaloltrsda- Arrondhdalrlrbsnddsenpunnma jui r1oan if i pi rion free r H iifiiin 6 i Mf rmrnlmMo imtnunlf lrlrt 1 r adrntUL LUndbookon Idnotfur tol mfaIutmj ush Xlann ilia la rlv-q Ml MIlt vilhoKt ebrr la Scientific American I hsndsnni1111mtrld rtl1 Ijirtwt run iitallnn of snyoientla InirniL Trmi I ref f ur fUnibeL 14 brail psdstraM- UNN Co391aroedaa NewYo Uriuxh 45k T 4U Wuk LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- im TabU In KfUot May 1904 Going Xorlh Train Unlljp Leave re349 a m Arrive Richmond412a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive CincinnatiIt 7COam Going North rraln 0 Dally Leave Berea12 f 5 pm pmArriveArrive Cincinnati It 6 00 pm Oolnc Sooth Train Dnlljr Leave Derual 11 p m Arrive Livingston 205 p m Going South Train a Dally Leave 1lerea1121 p m Arrive Livingston 1280 a m Trains No 1 and No 5 make connection at Livinwatjn for Jellico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agont Sulcldo Provontod The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been din coveredwill interest many A run down system or despondency in variably precede suicide and some thing has been found that will pro vent that condition which makes suicide likely At tho first thought of self destruction take Eloctrio nit tore It being a great tonic andnor vine will strengthen tho nerves and build up tho system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only SOc Satisfaction guaranteed by East End Drug Co Druggist DR V H HOBSON S Dentist Kvto MONUMENTSYru QrsnlU sad Marl Work of all kind don In a workmanlike manner at rea sonable pricoi andwith dispatch Allworla rust antied by t GOLDEN FLORA i RICHMOND Ky J Oerarl Yale sad ColIlIIIa End of Bettor Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an nboosa on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave mo up Everybody thought my time had como As n last resort I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Tho benefit I received was striking and I was on my foot In a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by East End Drug Co Drug Storo Price oOo tnt flOO Trial bottles froo OOINO TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE THE- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLEBEYOND FREE RECLININGIKentuoklans To ST LOUISMAsk for our rates GEO L GARRETIL J IRWIN Jriv Puir Art Osn Pittr Aft t LOUISVILLE KY GREGORYS Warranted SEEDS treeIL I L THE CITIZENfP- 4 11111 11111111111111111 The Home X JBNHIB LESTER BILL Editor HHHHHHtHHWHHH I I+I YOUR SUMMER TIME COM PLEXION By Mary Annible Fantpn When water w hllnla hath is not l only less invigorating but less clean l sing Tin girl who intends to In beautiful always kcoM a HoluUon of horn in her hath room which slio soften water ludf cup of thu 1rohilioss for a bathtub of hot water or ton Hxmnfiil to a Ixlw1of water When slits ill doing a lot of outdoor tiling IIhn bathes her faces with this horn water every slight dud titer this faro wash slio IIIIIH sages her faro with the purest or cold cream which shin prepares her self One OIIIKII of sx rmacoti iOliO ouneo of while wax livu OIIIIIIH of lxt OlltIplains of Mwdered horn Dissolve till Inirax in tilt roei water and if till weather in cold sot this lx ttlo in a pass of moderately warm water melt tho wax and sx rmac ti add 1allllolill oil and pent slightly removo from the liro mid pitnr into rowt water quickly xat to a fours with an ngglxator When partly solid add two drops of oil of row Ceaso heating III row tho mass isllrm and jxwr into Hills x rcolain jars which hhoiild kept in a cool plan This OlltIulhingherwarm and burned fruit outdoor sxrls slio rubs it lightly with cream leaves till cream on whilIIhll in bathing and putting on fresh clothes and then ruls it off softly with a hit of old cotton Thin treatment of sunburn is kept up regularly to prevent tlio rillll from swelling or hunting unevenly TIll skits will not jHil and it in oven Ill neficial when there in any eruption it OJXMIS the ixires and kitiw tho healthyIf l urne l apply extract of witch hnzel lx foro using thin cream 11Cpa wet romprrtM of tho extract over tilt hiirnod surface for alK nt ten minutes then use cream nod in a fov hours tho skits will Gel cool and leave but n pretty IlllNll For an oilyskin which will not nl orb till onlinary cream without showing tilt effects an excellent Iinnllicnt is jelly wwinetic It dries iilmoHt immediately yet in soothing yourselft HixjOIIIICK alcohol oa0 Ills f ounce Iwric acid fifty grains Mix tin tragacanth in till water until jxrfectly soft l IroKH through muslin Dissolve till acid in tilt glycerine with tho aid of liout Add tho mucilage then tilt alcohol and then water enough to nutyIMThin cotiix und IKIH hint found very Ixnoilciid for tho first stages of tCltllllll HHHHHH1HHHHHWHH I The School JOHN WIRT DINRMORB Editor r Hr1llllllllcHHlHllll LETTER TO A YOUNG TEACHER Jenr 7Vicm A few years ago n great amount of lead wins mined in southwestern Mmsoiiri It wim found along with n qiuor kind of black rock which was mimxtscd to Iss worlhkHS and iicciiiniilatcd in vast quantities alxMit tho inincH At length tho lend wwin eel to ninning out and BOIIHJ in iiiHitivu niiii Iw baus to oxamino the black rock in tho dumppilcH and to tilt surprise of everyone found it very rich in zinc Immediately now machinery was put in and snore monoy by fur was mado from tho discarded than had IKJOII hlll1llinJR undo from first This it Rooms to mo is n fuse plus tration of what wo Imo for a long timu doing in teaching Wo lute worked for tho smaller part and thrown away the mow valuable Wo laugh freely at the old teachers n housed to teach the throo Its use HplltiUgIthis average teacher improved on his methods as measured by remtllAt Must teachers today know soma thing of various methods IIIItJdu leaclsiugIpower elntntctcr building which is the true work of tho teacher has beets but i slightly increased Now this turning to tho richer nobler purixiso is what I wish to writo oboist this week IHIHII teaching must result in the IloPllwllt of xnver within thin individual which will mako him a vital factor for good in this com munity The question is How eats each recitation ho inside to meld its part to this great work In taking this up wo will first consider a few general principles and will then go to what you want most perlmis specific illustrations Keep those two points always in mind First you cannot force a growth of diameter Second every pirn of work lone for u good pur xonu and to this Inst ability of the door will result in strengthening the character WrupjxHl up in these two statements I think you havo as much NHlagogy as tho overage tennis er can use Hang this first on the wall of your mind and the second on till wallor your schoolroom You tray think I sits far from tho question I promised to answer but we must make luistu slowly First let us expand pruisx ilion numlM r ono Chanicter growth cannot forced prf Miration of tilt recitation is a means of character growth thoreforo wo must not force tlio pre paration of a lesson Yes this is true though you sully doubt it You may have to violate it hilt whenever you do you havo in that measure fnihrl1ou may forte a pupil to learn to sjxll words or say over a history lesHon lint you havo not taught You havo not inspired strengthened nobled his character byw doing Tho man who Is car ried toward a high ideal or goes to ward it from wrong motives is nut helped by tilt pnxess You may auk ills I to follow this natural inclina lions of tilt child mid let it ollh learn those lessons which arts pleasur abloP Most assuredlynut This is an idea often put forth but it is most x rnicioiiH TIlt great work of the toucher liet right here Ho must know mid love that which is best stud then bring till pupil to lovo and know it also flits child should if l siblo IIhltlollly what it wishes to study but you must wo to it that it wishes to studywisnt it should study Do you teach sissy branch which you do smut enjoy Stop it at oneo IX not stop the teaching of course but stop the disliking Only fur natural activities of mind and hOt IlI1I result in bard thenfore whets your wiliou work is forced and nnnatiinil you nro tearing down in stead of building up- I must stop and take up thin thread in another letter In the meantime ask yourself this question Ask it until you get an answer whether that lx days or years How am I to get the children placed within lI1icnroto lisle tlio things they desire the things they should desire strive for the things most worthy of tho striving Liter on I maylxmblo to help you answer it to your partial satisfaction Cuts D LEWIS MMIMMHHHHIK The Farm SILAS CHBBVBR MASON Edits HI r I r I I I I I I I I I I I I II I Th Collun Acrrmmr The pHtlmute given out by the bureau of statistics of the total area plnutoO In cotton fits year In 31730371 ncrw nn lucrvoRU of JS23010 acres or 08 per cent over the acreage of lost son The percentage of Increase In arch In the different states In Virgin la 10 North Carolina 135 South Car ollnn 0 CiorKln 77 1lorldn 107 Alabama 0 MUHlsRlppI 105 Ix uUI ana 115 Texas 71 Arkansas 03 TwineHsw 115 Missouri 23 Okla horns iD2 Indian Territory 20 Hhailnrr alraw6rrrh Two yearn tests In HhnilliiK Htrawlicr rlen at the Now York experiment sta thou KVO little encourngoincnt to the practice With the exception of two varieties known principally as forcing berries there was little Increase of yield or advance In tune of ripening mint the quality was unfavorably af tented rime only advantage was In larger ulte and thin would not loom pensate for the added expense of shed ing in Held culture Brief Mention The cotton root rot Is reported to have boon unusually prevalent In Tex as taut season tho damage being esti mated at 1000000 In the forth of pork skim milk hen been found to be worth 208 cents per 100 pounds at the Arizona experiment stationTobacco Is the most paying crop grown In the tobacco section nf South Carolina says T n Young Many tanners have made money by growing It whllo but few have lost Oklahoma having n boom In alfal fa It In grown with pronounced sue and n largely IncreaKwl acreage this year MlHHourl authorities claim that corn towpeas soy beaux and garden vegeta bles can be grown to advantage In town between the trees In orchards Sweet Teachers The college of experience Has some professors strange Bometlmra a charming little mlu Will put you when to that and this And help you spend your chance KentuckyiState News FUNERAL PARTY IROUTED Bumble Beet Took Poneiilon of a Church- Flemingaburg Ky Aug 3Whtle a funeral service wna In progress In the Vernon church near Plummcrs lAnd- Ing a swarm of bumble been which had nested under the pulpit was disturbed and emerging from their quar tern caused a panic among the mourn cm Tho officiating minister and the friends of the deceased hastily retreat ed from the sanctuary and were close ly followed by the pallbea ers with the racket warding oil tho been as beet they could In their flight A number of the mourners and two pallbearers are reported to have been badly stung However they until the funeral service had remainedI eluded In tho church yawl location of the nest can not be de termined until the pulpit Is torn away Tile congregation dislikes to tinker with It at this time the eve of a pro tracted religious meeting Union the bees remain under cover the meeting will probably be held In a grove Or PROMINENT FAMILIES L W Irving Wedded to Miss Mary E Walthall of ovlngtonI CovlnRton Ky of more than usual interest was sot emnized Tuesday night by Rev J W Mitchell at his homo In Scott stroet this city The contracting parties wore I W Irving and Miss Mary B Walthall both of Covlngton The brldo Is tho accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs R N Walthall 1G1B Oar t rard Ivonuc and a niece of Oon Wat thall Mississippi who later served Statolllsentecomes a tlnrrulBhcd military family being a second cousin of Con Stonewall Jack son His father and tho general woroI cousins and wcro both reared In famous Shenandoah Valley Va THE MUTILATED RIMAINS Identified as Those of James Coomes of Webster County Owonsboro Ky Aug 3The mutl hated remains of a man who was found dead at the fair grounds has boen Identified as thoso of James Coomes of Webster county Kentucky Ho was last seen going towards tho fairgrounds with Roy Groan a Negro Sunday afternoon The Negro has loft tho city There Is great Indignation on account of tho atrocity of the crime After the mans head had boon beaten Into a pulp a stake was run through his throat Into the ground and then nallod to the wall Kentucky Girl Ends Life Decatur Ala Aug 8 Miss Annie Robin formerly of Mlddloaboro Ky committed suicide near here by drown lag She had threatened for sometime to end her life because her parent forbade her to keep company with the man she loved who Is said to be a traveling salesman of Louis vllle Appraised the Franchise Frankfort Ky Aug LThe state board of valuation and assessment flied the franchise value of the Wet era Union Toloaraph Co at 166110 Deductlag from this the tangible property valued at 1280000 leaves 1886000 the amount on whjch the company will hav to pay franchise tax Five Persons Injured In a Wreak Madlsonvlllo Ky Aug aFtve per sons were injured In a wreck oa the Louisville ft Nashville railroad near Slaughtersvllle A break la a wheel on a coach In passenger train No III caused a derailment and two coaches gibed with passengers wero turned over Killed By An Apple Columbia Ky Aug aMr Joann Bault agd 40 of Cane Valley this county was choked to death by eating an apple She was at home alone when the accident occurred and she hurried to a neighbors house where she died la a short Ume Appointed By Beckhsm Frankfort Ky Aug Soov Beck ham Tuesday appointed Charles P Poyntc of Maysvllle a member of tho etato election commission for the dem ocratic party and James Breathltt of Christian county for the republican party Panlo en a Steamboat Louisville Ky Aug tThree hun dred women and children were panlo stricken by 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Iwtet ifflerlkndlarglussYo Iwborlbn TUB Cm sto tMrKtnption jthy w oontina VftttT ns at OBM ofianr 9i1KIII eb- Irw g Angboth old and nsw adOreiMa TIPJIoeasaff114 U ws art aotlaexL moots Wanted In arery locality VTrtU fot bras Anyone ssndlng us tour naw raarlr noetT TBS omtw ma MI iabscrlpnonIwnl BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishing in every room All service flrstclau Merchant ricee Tailoring shop la JACOBS Prop Tvcourt Ice Cream JI All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables JI JI JJ Phone JOES No 68 Select Grocer and Caterer Joe Corner Richmond Ky f DR M E JONES Dentist OfficeOver Printing office BERKI Ki Open Every Day from 0 oclock a m until 4 oclock pm Your watches clocks guns sewing machines etc repaired by A E Thompson an expert workman of 16 years experience at A J Thompsons Opposite Burdettes mill Berea Ky Allwork guaranteed Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs daitrumenU repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will can promptly Berea Ey HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted BonBons in neat pound boxes East End Drag Oo Main St Berea Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter- Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage fa BolIottx- LTR PETTUS Dalton Bldg BeMa Ky THOSE No 78 Miller House Newly fitted up Meal ud end Lodging at populu prioM Next door to Joet t R 0 Engl Prop Main St Richmond Ky Williams beMM pa- Ir eel UMB wr todo yovr WATCH CLOCK Gus and GENERAL BEFAB1NO promptly Clean taff Md PfMateg a pteliltj WorktM4W It ia s Kr lnrutlnui nnullj nf Bhtr iJ1zttthriu utth itnilrntt ii By WILLIAM C BROWN VlePreld nt of the Lake Shore t Mlehltfan Southern and New Cents tUilways YorkI nO single agency has contributed more to the marvelous growth and development of our country duringthe last half of the century just closed than the great business of manu facturingFrom a position of comparative insignificance in 1850 the inspiration of American genius energy and enterprise has made this country the greatest manufacturing country of the earth for in the year 1900 the value of the products of the manufactories of the United States exceeded thirteen billions of dollars being greater than those of Great Britain Germany and France combined- In the great march of industrial progress of the nation during the past three score years the tnanufacturcr and the railroad have kept shoulder to shoulder each contributing much to the other and both making contribution to national prosperity and greatness without which the hands on the dial of progress and development of the country would be set back fully 50 years 4 On the arch which spanned the entrance to the great Transporta tion building at the Columbian exposition was inscribed the stately and wonderfully prophet utterance of Macaulay in relation to improved means of transportation and communication Of all inventions the alphabet and the printing press alorieex cepted those inventions which abridge distance have done most for the civilization of our species Every improvement of the means of locomo tion benefits mankind morally and intellectually as well as materially and not only facilitates the interchange of the various productions of nature and art but tends to remove national and provincial antipathies and to bind together all the branches of the great human family Written years ago the words of Macaulay foreshadow but give scant conception of the tremendous influence of the railroad and the telegraph upon every branch and avenue of human activity and endeavor On July 4 1826 the first rail of the first railroad in the United States was laid It was the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and Hon Charles Carroll of Carrollton the last surviving signer of that immortal document drove the first spike in the impressive ceremony which marked the laying of that first rail of Americas railway systemIt is safe to say that no other man has ever participated in two great focal events 10 momentous in importance so full of farreaching tremendous significance for all mankind not in our country alone but to the uttermost parts of the earth and to the end of time The first was the birth cryof a new nation conceived in libertyand dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal To its maintenance were pledged the lives the fortunes and the sacred honor of the immortal band of patriots who affixed their names to that sublime declaration of principles and of the colonies they represented and in eight years of as heroic struggle as history records that pledge wa gloriously and triumphantly redeemed Save and except the birth of the Christ child in Bethlehems manger no event in all the ages has ever meant so much to humanity It changer a nation of subjects into sovereigns and lighted on this western conti nent a beacon light of liberty which has been and always will be on example and an inspiration to the oppressed of every nation of the earth It confirmed to our fathers to us and to our childrens children unto remotest generations the precious heritage of liberty and equality and made simple American citizenship a priceless birthright The later event separated from the former by the span of 50 years made possible the marvelous development and progress of the last half of the nineteenth centurydevelopment which exceeded that of any previous ten centuries in the history of the worldand which added an hundredfold to the value of every American birthright From this small beginning within the memory of many living today the progress the development of the railroad has been the story of the onward resistless march of a mighty nation The church the school house and the railroad have for threequarters of a century formed the advance guard 0settlement and civilization and today the railroad mileage of the United States is over 200000 miles the passengers trans ported number 650000000 per annum and 1200000000 tons of freight are handled each year An army of 1200000 strong is employed directly and almost count less other thousands are furnished employment in the mines the forests and the factories furnishing railroads with the millions of dollars worth of material and equipment annually consumed Even in this time of stu pendous undertakings the figures stagger comprehension Is it independence prompts an able IIbwhich young man with andIDsI By HON CHARLES W DEMPSTER labor because it is be neath him while he borrows money from his friends or sends home to aged parents for help Is it independence which drives a refined and educated young uaintIantesuntitlsomethingAlas Is it true independence bars the road to success Is it true that independence so dear to the hearts of our noble forefathers is driving thousands of our young Americans to ruin Or is independence which is one of the cornerstones upon which our great government is founded being misunderstood misused and abused Young man Young woman It is time to call a halt If you are indolent and will accept nothing but a snap1 where you are to receive more pay than you are worth to your employer then say so and at least be honest with yourself Do not try to cover up your grievous fault by calling it independence The world knows better Remember that to every true American independence is more sacred than life itself for it was purchased upon the battlefields by our fathers and they paid their noble lives as the price Therefore when you call indolence by this sacred name you insult the memory of the greatest and best men that ever livedIndependence U the path to success indolence to ruin I THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for August 71004Ood Tak ing Care of Elijah Prepared by the Highway and Dy way Preacher Copyright by J M Ion LESSON TEXT 1 Kings 17W Memory Verses 13 II L And Elijah the Tlshbltc who was of the inhabitants of QllcuJ said unto AhabAI the Lord God of Israel llvrth before whom stand there shall not be dew nor ruin these Dears but according to my word 2 And the word of the Lord cum unto blm saying a Get thee hence and turn theo east ward and bide thyself by the brook Che rlth that Is before Jordan And It shalt that thou shall drink of the brookand I have commanded the ravens to teed thee there 6 So he went and did according unto the word of the Lord for he went and dwelt by the brook Uherlth that Is before Jordan 6 And the raven brought him bread und flesh In tho morning and bread and flesh In thu evening and hu drunk of the brook 7 And It came to pass after awhile that thu brook dried up bemuse there hud ben co rain In tho land L And the word of the Lord came unto him saying a Arise get tree to Zarcphath which be longcth to Zldon and dwell there behold have commanded u widow woman to sus lain thee 10 So he arose and went to Zarrphnth And when he came to the auto of the city behold tho widow woman was there gath ering of sticks and bo called to her and said Fetch me pray ttve u lifts wal In a vessel that may drink rIAnd us she was going to fetch It called to her and said Bring me then a morsel of bread In tine It And she nod As the handIllvvth I haw not a cake but an handful mral In it barrel and a little oil In u cruse und behold am gathering two sticks that may go In and dress for mu und my son that we may cut it and die II And Elijah said unto her Fear not go and do as thou bust said but make me thereof u little cake lust and bring It unto me uad utter make tor thcu and for thy son bur thus salth tbe Lord God of Is reel The barrel of meal shall not waste neither shall the cruse of oil fall until the earth day that thu Lord sviUcth tom upon thei li And sbe went and did according to the spying of HlOah and she and he und l her huusv did cat many days 16 And the barrel of meal waited neither did the cruse of oil full according toi the word of the Lord which he spake Elijah byi TilE LESSON Includes all of the seven teenth chapter giving the closing Incidents In the life of the widow and hr son Thorn 1s no parallel In ChronlcluIGOLDEN TEXT Peter 47 TIME Ahab relined from flJ lo6r7 II C and Elijah In the opinion of Sir George Grove began his minion In Israel In the tenth year of Ahab and continued to prophesy for a period of IS to II ywirs tCESSamaria Ahabs capital the brook Chcrlth a small stream emptying Into the Jordan from the east Zarephatha town beiwten Tyre and Sidon INTHODlCTOKY NOTE Tfcn wicked Queen Jezebel had gained eompleteaend ency over Ahab and Phoenician Idolatry was rapidly displacing the worship of the true God when Elijah makes his pubUcI protest and pronounces tho Divine Jude meat of a long drought Scripture with Scripture AFAlTHFULWlTNESSMiiiJahwas 1 A Man of Prayer Jas 51718 and hence A Prepared Man lie learned Gods will and he received Cods mea cage and the answer to his prayer John 61415 Jesus remarkable mlnI Istry was marked by much prayer whole nights being thus pent One reason why Christians are often to Illy prepared to deliver Gods message Is because they have tailed to watt before God In prayer to learn Ills will and Ills message 2 A Man Full of Faith =According to my word that Is Gods word as revealed by God to Elijah Matt 1720 3 A Fearless ManlIe faced tho wicked king boldly and spoke his unwelcome messageActs 42J Matt 1028 Josh 19I4 A PlainSpoken Man Without circumlocution or flowery Introduction Elijah went right to the heart of his message and he declared the whole counsel of God Acts 2027 As witnesses for God there Is solemn obli gation hero Ezefc 3379 5 An Obedient Man Protection and food depended upon prompt obedience Had Elijah delayed departure for the brook Cherith he might have per ished with the prophets slain by Jezebel Had he failed to go promptly to Zareph ath he might have mlwed tIe widow at the gate Do you realize how much our safety and welfare depend upon prompt obedience to GodT Jcr 426 A FAITHFUL OOD1 meat of sin Drought was thepromIsedIpunishment for national Deut 111617 2823 Luke 425 and James 517 fixes definite ly the duration of this droughtI2 In Care of Ills Servants What 1I comfort the 23d Psalm must have been to Elijah Elijah was protected f Psalm 3120 347 Elijah was fed The raven was an unclean bird and yet un der Divine dispensation It became the holy Instrument of ministering to theI needs of Gdds servant Faith humil ityand submission made Elijah obedient to tho Divine will How this should teach us to receive at Gods hands HIs provision for us whatever that may be The Brook Dried UpHiro wu encouragement to faith in that Elijah saw that Gods word was being fulfilled and also a fresh test of faith In that Elijah saw his water supply giving out If the prophet had been like many- Christians be would have been a nervous wreck from worrying ere the lost drop bad been drunk Phil 46 7 19 THE GOLDEN TEXT He careth for you 1 For the aln ful and disobedient Yes The faithful Shepherd Is out on the mountainside of sin seeking the lost sheep God follows us by affliction and seeks to draw us back to Himself Dy drought and famine God was caring for Abab and Israel It was the care of disciplining love 2 For the obedient and faithful Ah how tenderand faithful and constant is Gods cars of His obedient children The Cheriths and the Zarephaths Ue in the pathway where God leads He careth for you It Is tbe care of protecting love j HARD ON ALCOHOL Evidence Given by Queen Victorias Physician Sir William Gull on Drinking 1 Instead of lying to alcohol as many people do when they are ex hausted they might very well drInk- water or they might very well take food and would be very much better without tho alcohol 2 Of all the illlumcnts or solvents for the nutritious parts of food thoro Is nothing like water 3 If I am fatigued with overwork personally my food Is very simple I eat tho raisins Instead of taking the wino I have had very largo expert ence In that practice for 30 yeArti and I have recommended It to my personal frlenilu 4 Drinking leads to tho degenera tlon of tlcMtiea It spoils the health and it spoils the Intellect 5 All alcohol and all things of an alcoholic nature Injure tho nervous tissues pro tctnpore If not altogether You may quicken tho operations but you do not Improve them 6 There Is a great deal of Injury done to health by the habitual use of wines and alcohol In Its various shapes even In eo allcd moderate quantities 7 A very large number of people In society are dying day by day poisoned by alcohol but not supposed to be polxoned by It 8 People are Injured by drink with out bring drunkards There Is a point short of drunkenncs In which a man may Injure his constitution considerably by means of alcohol 9 A man may drink day by day and Almost kill himself with drink and even his near friends not know It 10 I hardly know any more potent cause of disease than alcohol There is disease of tho liver which Is of very common occurrence anti then from disease of tho liver we get dIll ordered conditions of tho blood and consequent upon that we get dlll881Ihlllef we got n diseased nervous system II get gout and wo get a dla ca ed Mart 11 The error prevalent Is that nice hol cures tho disease whereas the ills ease runs Its physiological course trio spective of alcohol 12 There U a great fooling In so ciety that strong wIno and strong stimulants make strength A largo numtwr of people have fallen Into that error and fall Into the error every dayNoteThe foregoing statements ore taken from the evidence given by Sir William null before tho select eon mittee of the house of lords on intern perance TEMPERANCE FACTS Corn resolutions may make good pavements but something also Is needed to keep them clean Smiths WeeklyIn the government has ap propriated over 1000000 to establish teahouses and temperance pleasures houses to win tho people from drunk enness In ten years under high license the city of Boston Mass Increased Its net Indebtedness from 87000000 to 120000000 while Its sinking fund In creased about 6000000 In charging a jury at Lincoln Neb Judge Holmes warned them AS follows I dont know that any of you are addicted to drink but I want to say that no man can drink liquor and be fit to give justice In this court I want none of you to far quest any saloon I dont want to seem harsh but If I hear that you are visiting the saloons during this term of court I shall surely punish you St l outs Saloons It IB estimated by tho St Louis excise commission that there will bo 300 more saloons In St Louis this year than thero were In 1903 Tho increase It Is said will be due large ly to the worlds fair during which the saloonkeepers expect to reap a harvest The number of licenses already Issued Is 2450 more by 150 than were given out In the last six months before January and July of last year Estimating the population of St Louis at 700000 this gives the cltltrived during 1904 In license taxes from saloons Is 1430000 Of this amount 1300000 will go to the city and 130000 to the state The saloon business In St Louis It Is said Is almost entirely In the hands of Ocr mans and Italians Of the 2450 sa loons In the city they carry on all but about 300 During the lost year several Greeks have engaged In the busI- ness Out of Ute 2450 saloons the breweries are reported to control more than 2000 The brewer pays the sa loonkeepers license or rent and takes In return rebates on the beer sold Striking Temperance Lesson What a temperance lesson there Is In the annual report of tho trustees of the Days Industrial school at Lan caster that 125 or nearly onethird of the 420 boys committed to that Institution during the past year had In temperate parents Not only does liquor drinking have an immediate ef fect upon the one who uses It but the Injury It docs to the offspring of drunkards frequently worse Cleveland Leader FAITHS POSTSCRIPT lIt Awakened the Saloonkeeper to n Sense of Ills Soul Deatroylug Business and Saved Her Father A small child crossed the street tim 1handsharpness which tinted her cheek with colorA passvrby taking note of the sweet brown eyes the curling ringlets about the tiny tars the niifclous look upon the lncbed faro would have helped her on her way had she not proved too quick for him says Kate Grey In Union Signal Faith paid no heed to anything about but pawed through the swinging door Into the saloon just ahead of her A sleepylooking man rose to his feet when he raw her Vcllhe sold whal will you have Its on this paper In hero sir Faith replied pointing to the pall The man took the pall from her alow Ir drew out tbe paper and began to read U aloud Five cents worth of beer They writ It out for you did theyWhy what this he continued and no morevHay miss did you wrlto thla hero last liner Faith nodded I couldnt make It very plain sir she said Our teacher says we must be neat and Never mInd what your teacher says want to know what you mean by anti no morn Faith hesitated Go on urgfd the man I aint goln to scold you Well Its this way began Faith I meant wo dont want papa to have any TIIK IAN BIXJWLY HIIKW OUT THU- IAllElt AND MKOAN TO UBAD IT ALOUD more beer at all nooWl1nd soI juit thought Id write It on Papa Is gwxl when lit doesnt have beer but he over mind said tho man I kin gues the rest And m you dont want your pa to have any morn beer Five- coats 4 worth aint agoln to hurt him Yw sir but when he drinks five cents worth of It hi tends mo out for more Faith replied The man looked out of the window thought a few moments turn turned to tho counter and Ixpan to write busily When he hid finished he said Hero little gal I know your pa Take thus to him Heres your beer Faiths face showtd signs of drop pointment The man glanced at her then added Run along now I gucte youll like what I wrote As night came on Faiths motheragain- and street again looked wistfully down thofIts pay night and the saloons will get fathershesaid to her Ilttlo dangh ter 0 Faith child what can wo don Youre always a comfort to nro lint since your father refuses to let you go to tho U T L mr tlng and wont let that nice lady who Is your leader come to the hout I have lost all heart faith patted her mothers hand lor 11Sudlenlrpapa now O mamma hes coming In Ho In coming In die repeated and has something in his hand hejtier mother ran to the door stopped short at sight of her face Oh she breathed Are you sick Speak to me Sick Yea won the reply Sick with my own Aln and weakness and I agree with the writer of this loiter Ills wife stared Head this said her husband and J read It good and loud no Faith can hear My dear sir read his wife you I will excuse me for telling you that you ought to be ashamed of yourself you had and I ought to be ashamed of my self I had Thercfcr slnco Im ashamed and youre ashamed or ought tcr be lets quit for good and all for the sake of that little gal of yourn that you send for the beer I had thought of qulttln for a good long time and the gore your Faith gave mo this morning don me up complete Yorfs truly Michael Cal lum saloonkeeper no more And then a very surprising thing happened Faiths father kissed her moth er In token of his new resolve and then he called Faith to him and klsned her and they all laughed and cried and cried and laughed together And aH thIs took place ono Saturday night too and Just after pay time The following night Faiths father and Michael Callum joined hands In a hearty handshake tTheliquor per capita In the United States is 194J gallons while in prohibition Kan ins It Is less than two gallons In 37 crimI r jjIL- i I LAWN OR GARDEN ROLLER IU Form Is Simple and It Can Bs Made Either of Hardwood Log or Cement For the simplest form taw the roller from a hardwood log ai nearly round u may be Lay out the centers and bore straight five or six Inchea deep The frame U twobytwolnch bard wood and may be mortised or halved together and fastened by onefourth Inch bolts Handle bar U bolted In the lame manner and a tevenelgblhilncb A HANDY QAHDBN HOLLER hole bored near the end to receive round hardwood stick Diagonal brace need not be more than onehalf Inch thick of hardwood bolted to bar nnd front crouplece Through holes bore in tho side plocoi are pasted throe fourths lnch log screws which are screwed Into tho roller straight Iron pins may bo used A cement roller would be heavier and more durable Iron pins flattened on one end to keep them from turnlni are Imbedded In the cement Use a frame similar to tho above The Corm is a sheetIron tube of the desired lenst and diameter It more than one tulle is wanted three sheet iron hoops can be slipped over the tube to keep It fror spreadingA of threeInch plank large than the diameter of the tube with ono tide planed Is centered and a circle lightly larger than tho tube marke out with dividers Bore a hole In the center Insert the pin place the sheet iron tube over It even with the drcl and pour In tho cement made of one part best cement to two parts cha- rBandW O Hodgers In Farm and Home WHEN SPRAYING ORCHARD Have Everything Ready and Then Conduct the Work Without the Least Delay Success with any method of treatment often depends upon adequate and euly preparation BO that the treatment maybe administered at Just tho right time Writing In Wallaces Farmer on tho importance of preparation for success t rul spraying Prof Little says Where a large orchard U to t4 sprayed tho mixture should be mad up In largo quantities so that ther will be no delay at spraying ufo It is somewhat difficult to estimate tb amount of material needed on a wr tads number of trees but a safe bade of calculation for trees of moderato alto Is 60 gallons of mixture to 6 trees or one gallon to each tree Cter an approximate amount required bu been determined upon the mlxtun should bo prepared A quantity of 6 gallons Is most easily made up as a common barrel will hold this amount Prepare a stock solution of Bordeaux the common mixture by placing pound of copper sulphate In a gunn sack and suspending It In a barre holding 60 gallons of water Colt water wilt dissolve It providing the dumps have been crushed If not It will be necessary to use hot water The 60 pounds of lime should be carefully slacked In a largo box and when It bu assumed a creamy condition place It in a barrel holding gallons and stir thoroughly Now you have a dock solution of Bordeaux mixture Who I ready to use stir the contents of bolt barrels Take five gallons of the time mixture and place It In tho spray barrel add 26 gallons of water then add five gallons of copper sulphate solution filling tho barrel with wa ForIbe diluted more using only tour gal lons of each mixture Never mix the copper sulphate and lime mixtures to ether but put each In the spray barrel separately and dilute with water Damage Done by Insects Tho extent of damage done by insects Which prey on the agricultural Interest of the United States Is but little appreciated Twelve bugs according to rollabla ViMlstlcs do an estimated damago to farm products of 383000 000 per annum The chinch bug heads the list with 100000000 a year grasshoppers 90000000 Hessian fly a reminder of tho revolution since the mercenaries hired by King George brought Its eggs over In the straw for their horses 50000000 cotton worm and boll worm cotton 25000000 i o cotton boll weevil 20000000 IiBan Jose scale grain weevil apple and army worm 10000000 apiece potato bug 8000000 and cabbage worm 5000000 Qoveriiment Harness Dressing Tho government harness dressing Is mado as follows One gallon neatfoot two pounds Bayberry tallow two pounds beeswax two pounds beef tal ow Put the above In a pan over a moderate fire When thoroughly dls lolved add two quarts of castor oil thou while 03 the fire stir in one ounce lampblack Mix well and strain through a fine cloth to remove sedi meat lot cool and you will have as fine k dressing for harness or leather of sal kind ac can be had ifl y 7 WORKING FOR WIDE TIRE6 Bureau of Road Inquiry says Dirt Roads Are Improved Wonder fully by Their Use The United States bureau of road In- Quiry has been making a study of the width of Urea prescribed by local and national authorities in various parts of the world In Franco every freighting and market cart instead of injuring tho highway Improves it Many of the tires are ten inches wide In the four wheeled vehicles In that country tba rear axle Is 14 Inches longer than the fore and as a result the rear wheels run on a line about an Inch outside tho level rolled by tho front wheel After a few loaded wagons have passed over a road the highway looks as It a steam road roller had been at work A national law n Germany prescribes that wagons heavily loaded must have Urea not less thai four Inches wide In Austria the alnl mum for similar vehicles la 6K lachea In Switzerland six IncheIIn a number of laws have been passed granting rebate of highway taxes to citizens who use on lumber wagons Urea not less than three inches wide On toll roads in Kentucky and several other states farm era hauling loads in widetired wagons are entitled to lower rates than tboss paid by the owners of narrowtired vehiclesAt experiment station It was demonstrated that It requires 40 per cent more power to draw a load on a wagon with one and onehalf Inch tires thar on one with a threeInch lira With a dynamometer careful tests were made with loaded wagons drawn over bluegrass sward In a wagon weighing 1000 pounds it was found that a load of 3248 pounds could be drawn on wide tires with the same force required to move 2000 pounds on narrow tires Moreover the wide Urer did not Injure the turf while the nar row ones cut through It In some parts of the country pioneers In the use of wide tires have had to stand a good deal of ridicule The manifest bone fit to roads however soon changes public sentiment The presldent of a leadlngwsgon man ufacturing company states that the demand for wide tires Is Increasing every yror Another company In the same line of business conducted a series of tests and was convinced that on very bard roads the preference M far as draft Is concerned is for narrow tlro In the effect upon the roads however wide tires have the advantage Barnums Midland Farmer- CONSTRUCTING PLANK DAM Any Lumber That May De Available Around the Farm Can Do- Used for It I have a creek of clear spring water running through my place that I tried for a number of years to dam successfully Land was to sandy that It was impossible to build an earth dam that would stand the pressure of water Tho stream Is swift running at drysst time of summer from eight to 11 MACE OK A PLANK DAM inches of water Since It was possible to irrigate my form from this creek provided It was properly dammed J constructed K plank dam similar to the one shown In cut stones being used on either side In retaining banks for some distance back from the dam The sills or bod pieta are six by eight Inches by 16 feet long laid every three feet to sustain uprights and Inclined Umbers The stones are laid for several feet back of Incline to prevent washing of the sandy soil Either Umbers or plank floors should be laid in front to prevent the pitting oat of tho bed of stream that will eventually undermine the framework Such a dam may be constructed from any lumber that may be available T A Russell in Farm and Home Ute Heavy Parchment Tape When parchment paper is to be used In the packing of butter only the best kind and quality should be need The cost Is a small matter for any one package of butter and It la not safe to use an Inferior quality though there ls much of such stuff on the market In the battle to secure trade low priced articles are always being put on the market and this Is as tree of parchment paper as of anything else Generally the very thin paper does not afford the protection that the butter packet supposes be la get ting The very light paper Is some of it so loosely med that the spores of mold once In It find abundant op portunity to grow The cheap paper often proves to be very expensive U the end Farmers Review Value of the Busy Bee TM value of the bee In the work 01 fertilizing plants by carrying poll from one plant to another is greater than Its use In producing bong says an exchange In fact without tbe aid of bees many crops would be complete failures Darwin found that ia lot heads of purple clover protected from tb visitation of bllll not a seed wee produced while 100 heads visited by ben produced nearly 8000 seeds Whea two varieties of certain plants are grown lathe same neighborhood there la a liken hood of cross fert llzatlon as bees forage over a large territory It will there tore pay the farmer or fruit grower te keep at least one hive of beet or courage his neighbor to do so The uptodate dairyman knows what each cow Is giving in the way of produo ing milk and butter fat and also what eoaLl to keep and feed her 1tI AT THE 8T LOUIS FAIR New York has a plant Industry out side tho northwest corner of the ex hlblt palaoo devoted to forestry flsl and game Experiments arc made dur ing tho exposition This space CO by 100 feet Is surrounded by a rustii fenoa In the center of the Inclosun is a rustic pavilion in which are exhibited all kinds of forestry tools The largest wine cask ever made II exhibited In the Agriculture building It Is 17 feet In diameter and 17Vi feet long and will hold 14000 gallons It Is made entirely of oak from Mis slsslppl Kentucky and Tennessee The staves of the task are five Inches thick Experienced coopers were brought here from Nancy France to construct the caskHollands exhibit occupies nine rooms and two anterooms In the Art Palace Among the famous patntlngi shown are Israels The Scribe William Marls Cows In Pasture Mea dags Cloudy Day at Sea Theoplle de Docks Autumn Colors D J Bloomers Departure of the Fisherman andI G H Brenners Winter Scene In Am- IterdamISeveral of the exhibit and aalesI booths to be conducted In the exhibit palaces for the sale of the Loulslant Purchase souvenir gold dollarn will bo uniquely decorated It Is proposed have several of them made attractive anIdisplay their artistic ability In the ar rangement of stamps In this way thoj may win souvenir gold dollars ant other prizes The German exhibit in the Art Palace at tins worlds fair Is tho finest dls play ever made by Germany In a form sign country Peter Breuns marbles of Adam and Ever and Christ and tho Children are among the notable sculpture represented Of the paint lags Thor A Van Werners six large canvasses are attracting much atten tlon One of these depicts a sitting ol the great International congress of 1878 In Berlin of which Bismarck Is the central figure What is raid to be the largest pho tographic print ever made Is to bo ex hibited at the St Louts exhibition and another copy has been shown at the fair In Dresden Germany The print which measures about 40 by 5 feet represents the Day of Naples and Is e panoramic enlargement of six separate negatives each about 8 by 11 Inches The huge print was handled during the development and fixing processes bj the aid of a groat wheel 13 feet In di ameter and throe tanks one of which was feet long Tho total amount ol water used In all these processes vas nearly 11000 cubic feet FASHIONED FOR FUN The New Jersey woman who be queathed 500 to her pet dog certainly gave one dog a chanco to have his day It appears that this Is not a very good- year for suckers Twentyfive hundred Wall street clerks have been discharged The New Jersey woman who eloped at the age of SO probably did because the despaired of getting her papas con sent to the match- A Now Jersey cat Is reported as trying to hatch out a setting of hens eggs Wise catsho probably knows juetwhat sprinGjsanity experts are In convention In St Louts at tho same time Each society will probably serve as a clinical subject for the other An article in a current magazine states that there ore over COOO men and women In Indiana whb cannot write Of course he mean who cannot write novels some Indlanlans are poets MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 80 CATTLE Common 13 00 0 3 25 Heavy steers 6 0 6 00 CALVESExtra 0 6 00 HOGS Ch packers 75 0 5 80 Mixed packers 6 65 Q 5 70 SHEEP Extra 3 85 O 4 00 LAMBS Extra 7 25 0 7 40 FLOUR Spring pat 5 00 fl 5 30 WHEAT No S red G 98 No 8 winter 0 04 COUN No 2 mixed 0 5- 2OATSNo2 mixed 0 4- 1RYENo2 74 0 76 HAY Ch timothy 01375 PORK Mesa 016 45 LARDSteam 7 00 0 7 25 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 10 Cholco creamery 0 19 APPLES Choice 8 75 0 8 25 POTATOES Now 1 65 0 1 75 TOBACCO New 15 P12 25 Old 4 75 14 50 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 4 80 0 6 00 WlIrATNo 2 red 0 98y No 3 spring 88 0 04 CORNNo2 mixed 0 49ft OATSNo 3 mixed 0 4- 5IIYENo 2 0 66 PORK MOBS 13 90 012 95 LARD etcam 6110 692Y New York FLOURWIn strts 4 60 0 4 75 1VIIEATNo 2 red 0 100 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 552 OATSNo2 mixed 41 0 43 PORKFamily 015 00 LARD Steam fpi 7 40 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 87 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 6- 3OATSNo2 mixed 4- 0CATTLESteors 5 65 0 5 80 HOGS Western 0 0 40 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 9- 0CORNNo2 mixed 0 5- 3OATSNo2 mixed 0 43 LARD Steam 0 7 75 PORK Mess 13 60 I Indianapolis WIiFATNo rod 0 93- 3CORNNo 2 mixed 0 60 V- 4OTS No 2 mixed 0 39ys Buggy or Carriage- Harness WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive profitlook aa well aa tile rest of your turnout or ii It shabby and thus detract from too appearanceIf ay way- out of it Select a MW set of Buggy or Carriage Ear Beaa from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you- decide to make your old bar noes do let ua put it in good repair for you It wont COlt muck T J MOBEBLY Main St Richmond Ky FoodA Bad Is one covered with Corns Para camph takes all the soreness out of Corns and relieves instantly Sore Tired Aching Feet stimulates the circulation makes tho fret healthy and well Try It to day and be convinced TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health lam forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble end granite Tomb 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Niagara Falls X V Miss Cora Earlyof Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Howard SwitzerH visited at the home of John Parsons in McKee Saturday and Sunday Misses Nina King and Tilda Cook visited Miss Kings sistei at McKee Saturday and Sunday Mrsl1Cnbhersonof Portsmouth 0 is the guest of Mr and Mrs Will Bowers on Chestnut St Miss Sadio Crawford of Green field Ohio is visiting at the home of Prof and Mrs Dinsmore Miss Conlon left Monday to attend a ease of fever in the fancily of Mr Terrill near Whites Station Mrs Allen Dobbs and three chil dren of Bartlettsville laid Tor are visiting at the house of George Bo gie Mr and Mrs C B Lindsley left Tuesday for a months visit at Corn ing N Y going by way of Niagara FallsC 11 Boucher and wife of Rich road and Mr Bouchers mother amid cousin Miss Bennett of New York visited Berea Friday The new electric lighting plant at London will lx started Monday Joseph Greer who once lived in Berea will be the engineer C R Boucher of Richmond comma ty Secretary of tho Y M C A will speak at the Union Church Sunday morning at 11 oclock H L Eagle of tho Red White twill Blue store is erecting a new building on Depot Street which IK expects to occupy September 1 Marauders visited tho house of Mrs J M Hart on Center Street sometime Saturday night and car ried oil all tho eatables in tho house Edwin B Chanoy who left here two years agois now in Cleveland0 working at his trade and getting 40 cents an hour His address is 11 Quito street Mrs Leon Lewis Miss Etta Lewis and Joe Lewis wife and baby are spending 10 days with their cousin Mrs Alice Sizemore of Ice Cliff in Clay County Mrs T J Oslwrno and son Ralph left Tuesday for Niagara Falls Af ter seeing the Falls they will spend some time at Mrs Osbornos former homo in Saybrook Ohio Lola tho 5year old daughter of Charlotte B and Chris Engleman formerly of Berea died at Flat Riv er Mo July 27 The remains were brought here for burial in tho Berea cemetery by Mrs Englemanfl father R G Ramsey The organization of tho Jackson County Bank was completed by W II Porter at Louisville Saturday James Hays Jr will Iw Cashier of tho new Batik which will bo located at McKee They expect to ho ready for business September Tho 30th annual convention of tho Kentucky Sunday School Association meets at Henderson Ky August 24 to 20 Among tho noted speakers will le Marion Lawrence M A Hnd soiiLPLeavellEAFosandothers Every Sunday School in the State is entitled to representation For pro gram and full particulars write to- E Aox Louisville Trust Bldg Louisville Ky FOR SALE Surry and set of Single Harness Call on C C Rhodus tf NEW RULE FOR STUDENTS WHOSE HOMES ARE IN BEREA Students whoso homes are in Berea should attend Berea College for tho entire year or go to tho Public School the entire year Those who do not attend tho College in tho Fall Term will not be allowed to enter in tho Winter FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY SEP TEMIIKIt 14 This rule does SOT apply to stu dents who teach nor to those whoso homes arc not in Bere- aII14 College Items HERB AND THERE 1111+ HI J HI1 It E Hatch is at Chautaiiqua N y Excavating for time Library is pro gressing rapidly The roof trusses of the new Chapel are l eing put into plant W P Chapman of Como Springs visited Berea friends last week 11 M Gentry and Henry Berry are working in Indianapolis lull Jesse Muff and Times Leahy art selling pictures near Vevay lad Prof 111 Dinsmore is attending the Greenup County Institute this week Geo R Roberts has left the Worlds Fair and is hack at his homo in Millville Ohio Dr G A HublRll returned Thurs day from a weeks visit at Fairfield Xenia Columbus and other points in Ohio Miss Martha Colesworthy a student here two years ago is now in Cleveland Ohio Her address is 210 Alanson Street Miss Florence Smith Librarian hero two years ago is now in charge of the Carnegie Public Library a Beatrice Neb- Returning from till Worlds Fair Prof L V Dodge visited at the homes of Howard S and Edwin Fee in Clarksburg hid Born on Saturday July 23 to President and Mrs Wallace A Battle of tho Okolona Miss Industrial College a ninepound daughter Prof L V Dodge recently visitiil Rev John II 1 Rice who graduated from Berea in 1870 at his homo in Alton Ill whero he has been pastor of a church for tho past 13 years Miss Lula Woodard a student hero for four or fhlarll who has been in Chicago for the last year and a half has returned to her homo at Fletcher Ky after visiting a few days at the home of Prof Dodge Prof T A Edwards formerly Superintendent of instruction at tIll Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Orphans Homo at Xenia Ohio cane Thurs day to fill the position of SiiHriiiti n tltllSchools When Briton Was the Foe Tilt time ol our next terUl story entitled A Real Daughter of the Revolution li laid In Colonlil days and Ii replete with Incidents of that falitorle conflict wired for American freedom Through It rnni a charmlnc lore story that wai character tic or the times WATCH FOR THE OPENING CHAPTERS- It will begin within a short time tad none should mitt M rue a literary treat Education Pays Tho average educated man gets a salary of 1000 per year Ho works forty years making a total of iO ulilylaborerhundred days in a year or 450 per year or 18000 in forty years a life time The difference Ixtween 40 000 and 18000 tho22000eClunls value of an To acquire this earning capacity requires twelve years at school ofone hun dred and eighty days each or a total eightydaysucation by two thousand ono hundred eighty number of days required in getting it mid wefind that each day at school is worth a little more than keopthem There Was the Evidence 10m surprised that Jenks wife takes In wiiMhliiKt Doom she Indeed Didnt you ever noUce what a va riety of shirts be wears KIDNAPING CHARGE Win Jensen and Wife mid a Lit tie Danish Girl in Cus tody in Chicago CHILDS PARENTS ARE WEALTHY The Jensen Couple Had Demanded Ransom of 8200000 For Childs Return to Denmark For Two Years Danish Government Hat Been Searching For Them and Had Detectives In Large American Cities Engaged Chicago Aug 3Etefo Cellars n little Danish girl of five years is In the custody of tho federal authorities horo William Jensen and life wife Mary also aro In custody charged with having kidnaped the child In Dun markWhile It is stated that tho chlldf parents aro wealthy and that a ransom of 200000 has been demanded for her return to Denmark tho Jen sens Insist that they are In rightful possession of tho llttlo girl Tim case will bo decided before United States Footo For guytornament has been searching for tfie Jensens and detectives In every largos city of the United States have looking for them The chase ended Tuesday In Chicago where they are located In North Halstead street Qeo Bech acting consul In New York for tho Danish government arrived from tho cast armed with extradition pa pore and the correspondence between tho governments childIIs one of the richest men of Den mark and makes his home upon a magnificent estate at Krlderlca In 1902 ho had ono daughter Elsie who was three years old Ho had a valet of the name of Jensen and thoro also was In the family a young woman nurseMrs Cohort was and the little girl was almost entirely In tho charge of tho nurse The valet and tho nurse disappeared It Is said taking tho child with them No clew could be obtained to their whereabouts at first but later It was found they had all landed In New York Tho Danish authorities stirred up tho American state department and for the last two years the search has continued without Intermission Tho story aa told by the Jensens Is that they wero prosperous trades pee ple In Denmark The child they say practically was deserted by her par ents and out of pity for time little ono they volunteered to care for her There was no adoption Tho Jensens simply took Elsie they say with the mothers consent Two years ago they came to America and brought tho child with thorn They deny that they have lived under assumed names as the Danish officers charge or that they have made any demands for money TO CONTEST THE WILL The Fortune li Estimated to Be Worth 2000000 San Francisco Aug 3A contest for the fortune estimated to be worth 2000000 of tho late Bertha Dolbeer waljdorfARtortawas begun Tuesda by Adolph Scand her of Alameda who alleges that the decedent was of unsound mind whenI she bequeathed most of her her friend Miss Ella M Warren The contestant sets forth that ho Is an uncle of Miss Dolboer and that the next of kin are another uncle Horn tlon S Scandler and an aunt Mrs Josephine L Moody living In this city They all believe they aro entitled to their respective shares of tho estate as heirs at law and accordingly ask that the will be declared Invalid and denied probate and the deceased he adjudged to hav died Intestate The case was continued for ton days Their Sentences Commuted Detroit Mich Aug 8 Edmund and David E Johnson brothers under sen tenco since 1898 for counterfeiting were released from the Detroit house of correction Tuesday President Roosevelt having commuted their sen tences American Robbers Sentenced Mexico City Aug aThe Ameri cans who robbed a WellsForgo express car on the Mexican Central rail road near Bermcjlllo Durango two years ago of over 60000 havo been sentenced to two years imprisonment Thomas E Watson In New VorkINow York Aug 3 Thomas son the populist candidate for presi dent Is at the Hoffman house Ho ar rived hero Tuesday from his homo at MaJjChnrlesFound Dead In His Office New York Aug aJacob II Stu dor an authority on ornithology was found dead Tuesday in his office In Fifth avenue Death was evidently due to heart failure Mr Studer was born in Columbus 0 64 years ago ExJudge McKoon In California Dallas Tex Aug 8A special from El POlO says Chief of Police Woo ton was notified Tuesday that exJudge D D McKoon missing from Now York and supposed to be here hid boa located Ia PftllfcraiA BISHOP H C POTTER IH Opened I Saloon In New York With Prayer and Singing afterjBowery Bishop usury C Potter Tues day opened the now Subway Tat i era at Mulberry and Blccker streets near police headquarters Although this Is a saloon so far as tho sale of Intoxicating drinks Is concerned the principal address Will mndo by the most noted Eplscopaloan minister In oxerclsesIFrom Whom All Blessings Flow by the audience Columbus 0 Aug aThore Is no difference between a place run like that and tho other saloons of the country except that It may be more orderly than soma of them Tho element of evil Is there as much as In other saloons If Intoxicating drinks are sold It Is just as harmful upon Its patronizing public an tho others and only differs from the average saloon In tho attempt made to obey the laws and keep order declared Nil tlonal Superintendent P A Baker of tho Antl Saloon league when asked Tuesday for his opinion of the saloon which had Its formal opening Tues day at Now York Bishop Potter pro sidingEXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Secretary George B Cortelyou Has Selected the Members Chicago Aug 3 Chairman George B Cortelou of tho republican national committee Tuesday selected the men who are to servo on tho execu live committee during tho coming campaign Tho committee Is divided equally between Chicago and New York four members being allotted to each headquarters The following arc tho members of tho executive committee as nnnounc cd by Mr Cortolyou Tuesday night Eastern headquarters Now York Charles F Brooktr of Connecticut N B Scott of West Virginia Frank tin Murphy New Jersey William It Ward Now York Westorn headquarters Chicago Harry S New of Indiana Frank 0 Ixiwden of Illinois R B Schneider of Nebraska David W Mulvano of KansasDirector of speakers bureau west ern headquarters James A Tawnoy Minnesota The chairman secretary treasurer and Borgeantatarma of tho national committee are also the officers of the executive committee MRS GEN MILES DEAD She Succumbed to Heart Disease at West Point N Y West Point N Y Aug eMrs Nelson A Miles died hero of heart dis ease She and Gen Miles had boon visiting their son Sherman who is a student at tho military academy Gen Miles was not presont at the time of his wifes death ho having gone out of town Mrs Mile was G2 years old Sho mado a number of calls Monday and apparently Will In her usual health At her bedside when death came wero her son in law Col Samuel Rebor U S A hor son Sher man and her nieces Miss Fitch and Miss Hoyt of Washington Mrs Miles was the daughter of Judge Charles Sherman and a niece of the late Sen ator John Sherman of Ohio and Gen William T Sherman CALLED ON THE PRESIDENT Dominick Murphy Secretary of the Panama Canal Commission Washington Aug 8Among the callers on tho president Tuesday was Dominick Murphy secretary of the Panama canal commission Tho presi dent desired to confer with him regarding Isthmian canal matters Some Information which he will incorporate In his letter of acceptanco will be supplied by the official of the canal com mission Judge Parkers Notification Esopus N Y Aug aIt is expected that the ceremony of tho notifies tlon of Judge Alton Brooks Parker of his nomination for the presidency by the democratic national convention will take place Wednesday afternoon- of next week Life Saving Apparatus Worthless New York Aug aAn inspector who made a partial examination of the excursion steamer Grand Ropub lie Tuesday told the fedoral ooznmls lion that the life saving and flro flght lag apparatus on the Grand Republic Is practically worthless The President Invited Washington Aug aLleut GOT Curtis Guild and Gen Blackmar commander of the department of Massa husetta G A R invited tho presl dent to attend the national encampment of the 0 A R to bo held in Boston August 1C to 20 New Counterfeit Washington Aug eChief Wilkie of the United tales secret service an louncos tbo discovery of a now coun erfelt 10 national bank note It Is- on the National Bank of Commerce In Now York series 1882 It Is a poorly executed photograph Rr Adm Walker at Colon Colon Aug aTho Panama Railroad Cos steamer Yucatan with Rr Adm Walker president of the Puna ma canal commission and other mom bore of the commission on board al- rind here Tutifey Tfmr took traia Nr Pips s J THE DINING TABLE low It Minuld lie 1rolrlril ti Irr serer II lleauly A Imudxouu pollHicd illnlnc tnblo ii prize n nd worthy effort to secure hilt Ir It is III be left to eat nless trenl nieiit one might us well put the ex IIOIIHV Into Himutlilnn else mid lu witls Hod with a cheaper table A hut dish thoiiKhtlcHHly allowed to xtiuid n few minutes IOIIVOH n perpetual Mtiiln It can lie nindo mutt lcembit liy various treatments mill much rulililiiir tint It will never bo entirely obliterated The wooden or Htrnw iiiiitH Used yours ago are iuvor seen on well set tuition The crocheted white unit occiiHlonnlly IIH pours but dws nut really protect the wood lime only iietuiil protection U l y n tile on foot or n nickel ruck for ten mid cofTco pots amid nxlxstus animas fur platters mid hot dlxlios- To make mi nxhcNtUrt unit or dolly cut it circle of linen and two lout circlet with the Nclvngo for till long xtriilKlit wines Put together the dlges of till two half circles lIlt cdccs Nliould match neatly Music rouuil mid make tho odces In scallops with n tuimll npool as n glide Work the scallops In but ton hole stitch with mercerized lloss or embroidery cotton hilt never with silk ami then trim Now slip In n round piece of iislicstu cloth tliroucli the opening on the under side nud time as InHlun dolly complete To launder slip out till piece of asbestos Do nut add more embroidery nx till dishcor ers lie center Oliloug nods to lit tilt pbttters nn cut by using n smooth edged plntter nN a pattern for marking tee medium welRht while linen A FATAL THEORY II III llnimcrtinK Wurk Murrrlnw a tan Iw llrtiiriil Him Next to till fatal theory that every woiiinn must love tilt oimnlly niln chlovous doctrine of womnuH love Ono of till greatest and the cruelest delusions pnictlcetl In thin world In that which lends to make n conemiu nml ontliUKliiHtle WOIIIHII liellevo Unit she cnn change n man by lovlnc him It U what Iniliicos woman to umrry n ninn nn trimt Instiiid of on iippralseinciit She never looks nt whnt lie Is She only email emgtlatus the mlrnck thnt she Is going to work by her affection If ho lugs no monoy no Ininlnos training nn way of ninklni n living It iliMsut Ilintter She Is sure hunt people III love are never hungry nay wny mid that her love will Inspire him with Ilimnclnl sn piclty If ho ilrlnkn It ilmMiit mat ter either She U anxious to make n Kctloy cure of herself If lie tins a past slit shuts her eyes to It She knows that ho will never slim ncnlu when she places tier llttlo hand in his and It Is only niter slit ins brniiKlit misery on herself that she IliiiU out that the elllciicy of n woinnns lovo Is n fairy story nml that nx n reforiiintory tiKcitt It Isnt worth u row of pins You cant love n liuy innn Into being Industrious or n ilrunkeii wit tutu sobriety ami that all there U to itrllutieth Century Home THE HOME DOCTOR Never leave medicine drink or food uncovered In time sick room For ringworm apply with n feather ono pnrt of sulphuric acid to twenty piirtn water A teuton cut In half rubbed item Hlounlly across the forehead or temples will In n short time cure till most violent headache It Is assorted that the very painful burns caused by carbolic acid can bu quickly relieved and blisters prcvrutitl by time prompt use of Iodine Powdered charcoal It laid thick on n burn onuses the Immediate uliutoiiivnt of till haul A mipurtlclul burn cnn thus be henled In ubout an bour Vluejjnr smith cooking soda In solution are said to make a capital cure for wnrtx If the wart U kept moist with it for ten mluutctt several times a duy It will disappear In the course of u week or In ordinary eases For use llnlr When the hnlr dry and dnmlrtiffy the following lotion users every other night will lio found beneficial To tour ounces of rose water mid half a drum each of sulphur glycerin and borax This will clear the sculp of dandruff tend prepare It for the now growth of hair Willie the head Is III the abnor mal condition Indicated by time pres dice of dandruff the hair will neither be glossy nor of a good color nor will there be n healthy growth of now hair There need bu no anxiety over till fall tug of the hair unless It falls to provided new lair keeps on appearing but no head of hair so rich and lux urlnnt that It cat ntntul Imlellultcly be big depleted even by one hair a day If there Is no corresponding gain to bal once time loss Flower holders A set of lead slower holders In a good investment Four constitutes a set three oldc pieces with four or live mules each and n trlnugulnr center piece The side pieces humid easily to fit any xhnpo of vase and as few pines maybe used at n time as desired Set In a bowl of water the lowers are fitted In to the holders and arranged In grace fill slues Fur long stemmed lowers the holders are excellent When low ers are very expensive a few tray be mnilo to go a long way In table ileconi tlon by their means ftvnrcli larks To remove scorch murks bake an onion then miuceze out time juice and mix It with nn ounce of fullers earth a wlncKliisHfiil of vinegar and n Hiimll qunntlty of Nhredded soup Hent to gether till the soup has melted leave till cold and then applyto time scorched linen Let It dry on uid thou wash In the usual way Rough on the Best Policy Then wus u chicken In one of the eggs you sold mo this morning ex fluliiii l the irate innn to the calm nnd nnnillPil grocer My friend wild the grocer youInn nn honest num That will Iw SO cents more Most people would linvu kept the chicken and mild nolhliiK about It A Swoot Broath- is a never fHitlnf sign of n healthy stomach When time breath is bad the ntomnch in out of order Thero illIno remtnlj in time world equal Kodol UjrHpopsIn Cure for curing lie I digestion dvHpnpma null nil stomachdisonlerN Mimi Mary S Crick of I White IMuIiiH Ky writes I hate t boon n dyspeptic for peals triwl nil kinds of rpimxlii limit continual to hbegnmiInking fmv bottles nm fully rentorml in tvtighl lumllli sal MreiiKth smith cnn eat whatever I likn ICoilol di gents what you ont null nmkofi thu Htoinnch niveot Sold hllIt Hnd Drug Cd Farm For Sale Small firm on Scaifuisun about 8 inilcH from Korea Cot IKK louse Store Houo Darn sued oilier out liuililiiiKN UixxIgrnsnlolN Ioultrv Varil Voiitif Orcliiiril rf nlmul tat lienrin trots OCXK Innlen nover fHiliiif water also lItd Hpiiutr with llvilniulio Uiini siipplyiiii Ilnuctfluid stackwalur at Iliirn V chi up fur cash C M SEE Huron Ky DoWltt Is tiro Namo1- 1hetm j Oil JO to htij Vilch Ilnzel Salvo liMik for limn tin IIVlll Oil every lies Tho punt uimilutoriitisl Witch ilnzol in use l in nuking I Wilt Witch Hr7 l SIt which ifi hob nnlvo in the worM for cuts burns liriiiHos Itoin ivzenia and pilivt Tho popularity ol DiAVillH Witch hazel Salve diut to iirt runny cures has cniiKixl numeroun woilhhi countirfeitH to Im pUcixl on limit innrktit The Keniiinii Tsars time name E C D Witt l Co Chlc KO Sold bj Ivnst Iud UnigCm- C M Mulllns II F Goforth The New Grocers Wo hnvn added to our stock of Krooorit this Ixyit line IfIUp to date Ladles Mens Shoes and Meus Work ShOt ovar olTored in Bow Our stock is diem nnd nuw nisi wit ran Mill cheaper Ikcnuse wo buy for cnnh nod yell for cnxh Come smith oxnmino before buying elsewhere Mullins Goforth Main Street Keren Ky TAKEN UP AS A STUAYono bondsOwnerthis advertisement nud all otherllutvt W Tnlum Moron Ky 8t WANTED NICE COUNTRY HAMSHnrbor X HiiKuely Hichmond Ky FOR SALE SUKUV and set of Single Harnwui Call on C C Hhodns tf inlprovalIfllmd I limits of Keren on the Boron tumid Big Hill pike Good fourroom cottage No good barn ROll other necowmrv out buildings For further information call on or address H J Pigtr Keren Ky 811 ro BARRELS A No I CornW n Jones Pnint Lick Ky 81 IMPROVED Of A BLUEGRASS f Farm G miles from Bores Call on IIKyFARM OF 72 Afino land 2 miles west of llama Good 8 room dwel ling good bnrn and outbuilding good orchard good water Price and terms Call on or write J P l Bickneli Korea Ky 18 BUILDING LOTS in Korea he longing to tho John G Fee Special inducements to entire tract J P Klcknell Ky MtatotA PLEASANT HOME In nearlythroefruit iilcn yard porch with vines eta inquire of Mrs Eliza H Yociim Boron Ky 84 s rvTrninmina Meat Workers In New York Are Ordered Out Probabilities of a Settlement By Opposing Interests In Chicago Areas Remote as Ever Packers Will Ignore Unions Chicago July SO Unable to arrange t a conference with the representatives of tho Now York packers Michael J Amaaml1Jtmen of America hna ordered n strike of all tho members of his organiza jlionemployed In New York by Schwar A Sulzborgor and tho United Droasod Hoof Cot Tho order which won telegraphed to Now York Friday night did not go Into effect until Sunday as the men In tho eastern packing plnntH do not retort for work on Saturday Tho decision to extend tho strike to tho cant was not taken until after Mr Donnelly and his associated had spent tho day in n fruitless effort to arrange n mooting with representatives of tho eastern packers who canto to Chicago Thursday night to acquaint them nolvcs with tho situation hero That the probabilities of n settle ment by tho opposing Interests in Chi L cage are as romoto as ever was plain ly demonstrated Friday when Henry C Wallace of Den Molnca la and A L Ames of Ducktngham la called liropooIIn tho controversy It tho employers would agree to renew pence negotia tions Mr Wallace and Mr Ame were told by the packers that there was no posulblo chnnco for any further conciliatory move and that the pnck IrA wero now In a ponltion whero they could Ignore tho labor unions and that they proposed to do so Tho packers answer wns delivered to tho strike lenders and the mon from Iowa left for homo Friday night In ono disturbance n mob captured n londod meat wagon after It had left I tho utoekyitrds Friday upset tho wag on and throw tho moat Into tho atroot Tho most serious riot of tho day oc currod in South Chicago whoro flvo mon wore arrested for trying to pro root tho delivery of meat Although tho strikers and their friends became very boisterous when It became known that President Golden had been arrested ami mado all sorts ot threats no ono was seriously Injured In any of tho many disturbances that occurred Tho police have tho situa tion so well In hand that before tho would bo rioters can get fairly started in their purposa they aro scattered by tbo Woo coats in nit directions Chicago Aug 1I1oth Uie packers and the strikers spent Sunday In tranKlhonlng any weak spots that could bo found In their defenses prep armory to another week of effort to bring their opponents to terms Not withstanding that It was Sunday nil tho planta woro operated during tho forenoon In order to get rid of tho llvo stock that had been left over from last ilwoo1 Tho remainder of the day was spent by tho employers In Installing now men In tho strlknrn places nnd arranging many of tho small details which hud been overlooked Inst week tho heat of tho conflict Over during mon woro added Sunday to thoIdlrforontrivals woro many skilled laborers something tho packers have been sad ly In need of over Mnoo tho strike started Tho employers have export onced llttlo difficulty In procuring all the unskilled men necessary to opor Ate tho plants to their full capacity but thoro has been a decided scarcity of skilled workmen and for this rea bon tho by products of all animals killed have boon lot go to waste Tho strike leaders spent tho great er part of Sunday In preparing n state ment to tho public In this statement the unionists explain their aide of tho controversy declaring that it Is tho packers nnd not tho mon who aro re ponelblo for tho present state of af fairs In tho packing Industry In a fight at tho Nelson Morris plant Sunday afternoon between Andrew elms and John Davis both nonunion workman from New Albany Ind tho former wns stabbed and killed Slmma was employed by tho packing com pany aa a waiter In tho Improvised dining room which has boon fitted up tor tho mon employed as strike break ers Davis was employed as a cook by the same concorn Whllo eating dinner Sunday they becamo Involved f thetightdrawlngffllmma died In tho hospital two hours later and Davis was arrestedA Will Do No Coal Strike- Philadelphia July 30 President Goo F Ilaor of the Reading and Jer sey Contra railroads In an Interview Friday on tho situation In the anthra otto coal region said Thoro will bo- no coal strlko May Order a General Lockout Now York Aug IIt Is said that If jtho members of tho unions who aro hold responsible for tho strike in the subway do not adjust matters promptly a general lockout may bo ordered by tho Building Trades Employers as sociation ExQov Psttlion III Philadelphia Aug IHobort H Fattlson former govarnor of Pennsyl vania is critically with pneumonia at his homo at Overbrook a suburb of this city His Illness has boon cow plicated by n weak heart SENDS AN ULTIMATUM Germany Demands of Venezuela Pay ment of Interest On Claims W1IIom tad Island of Curacao Au- gIIt la reported that Herr Iolldram tho Gorman minister at Caracas has delivered an ultimatum demanding the Immedlato payment by tho Venezuelan government ot the Interest on the amount of the award to be paid to Germany as stipulated In the protocols signed by Herbert W Dowen repre senting Venezuela In February 1003 If this demand Is not complied with the report says the minister will leave Caracas August 4 Washington Aug 1Not a little urprlso is evidenced here over tho news from Wlllomstad nl tho gon oral Impression has been that Presl dent Castro was meeting tho demands ot tho protocols signed by Mr Bowen Germany Italy and Great Britain acting to tbo decision of Tho Hague tribunal woro to have preferential treatment in tho payment of their claims against Venezuela after which tho non bloeknding towers woro to bo paid All tho payments were to bo made out of 30 per cent of tho cus toms receipts of tho ports of Lngunyrn and Porto Cnbollo which woro to besot aside for that purpose Thoro has boost n fooling of dissatisfaction among some of tho members of tho diplomatic corps at Caracas over vn rlous acts of President Castro and some retorts which have readied hero have Intimated that a full 30 per cent of tho receipts nt tho two posts named was not being set asldo for tho pay mont of the claims ns provided In the protocol This may have n bearing on tho anion which Is said to have been taken by tho German minister At tho same time provision also was mndo that If Venezuela failed to keep tho terms of the protocol the Belgian government was to take charge of tho customs nt tho ports named and ad minister them until tho claims of tho powers were settled along tho lines agreed on This tho officials hero think should remove tho necessity for nay arbitrary action by any ot tho powers signatory to tho protocols TRAIN HELD UP The Passengers Lined Up and Robbed- of Their Valuables EI Paso Tox Aug IA train crow which has Just arrived with a light engine from Santa Rosa reports that Rock Island pnssongor train No 4 which left El Pnso Saturday morning nt 7 oclock was hold up near Tucum earl N M and robbed Tho passen guts were lined up and tholr valua bloc takon from thorn after which tho express and mnll earn were uncoupled from tho train and run about two miles up tho track and there dynamit ed and robbed Tho robbery was reported at Lo gan a small station some distance from Tucumcarl by ono of tho pas sengers who had escaped tho rob bore OUTPUT OF COAL It Exceeded All Previous Record In the Year 1903 Washington Aug 1Tho forthcom ing report of tho United Slates geological survey will show thnt tho United States exceeded nil previous records In tho production of coal In 1903 Tho tptnl amount of tho output of tho coal mines of tho country dur ing thnt year wns 359421311 tons an Increase of nearly or 19 per cent over thoSrpcodlng year Tho value of tho product of 1903 Is given aa 604190733 an Increaso In value of 38 per cent over tho procod ing year Won the 20 Mlle Open Race Now York Aug 1Carp Lcmborg of gnn Jose Cal won tho 20mllo open race for amateurs at tho Manhattan cycle trAck Sunday This was tho principal event on tho program and nearly 100 rldora started In five dl visions Allow Sunday Dall Topeka Ian Aug 1Judo Hazen of tbo district court decided that Sun day baseball could bo played In Topoka Ono of tho Missouri Valloy league players had been arrested on tha charge of playing Sunday ball Worlds Fair Admissions St Louis Aug LTho statement of tho recorded admissions for tho weekending July 30 was given out by the Worlds fair management Sunday night and shows an attendance during that period of C5I843 persons Death of Thomas Wilmot Chattanooga Teas July 29Thos Wilmot a largo pcach grower In tho North Georgia district Is dead here Ho resided In Cleveland 0 and had como south to ship this years crop north Miss Varina D Hayes Weds Colorado Springs Cod Aug 1 Miss Varinn D Hayes daughter of J A Hayes and granddaughter of Jeff Davis president of tho southern con federacy ban boon married hero to Dr Gerald D Wobb a physician Pitcher Corbett Released St Louis Aug 1 Joseph A Cor bett of the St Louis National league staff was released Sunday by F Do Hasa Robinson president of tho league team Corbotts release waa made at his own request because of Inflammatory rheumatism Saw a Rainbow at Night St Paul Minn Aug IA rainbow at night one of the most wondorful phenomena over soon on the groat lakes was witnessed by passongors and crow on tho steamer Northwest on her trip down tho lakes KUROPATKINS ARMY It Is Almost Completely Surrounded at iortArthur There Are 8me Unofficial Indications That Matters Are Rapidly Matur ing For Either An Engagement or a Retreat Llao Yang July 29The Russian retirement from Ta Tcho Kino was terribly galling to tho rank and the who attar two days hard fighting hold their positions and bollovo themselves on tbo evo of a groat vic torySt Petersburg July BOIt Is announced tljat there was no news from Port Arthur and no moro reason to credit tho report that It had fallen than the many almllar ones previously In circulationCho July 80 Refugees who havo Just arrived from Port Arthur confirm previous reports that n gen oral assault has been begun by tho Japanese on that fortress and they declare that tho Russians are san guluo thnt tho Japanese could not ovenIfrom Gen Kuropatkln They aro un willing to believe the reports of his defeat nt Ta Tcho Kino Tim refu gees further confirm the reports that re1pnlrJapIanesoron or reinforcements from Gen Ku ropatkln should arrive tho HusslanI fleet would take tho risk out St Petersburg Aug 1Although public attention has been distracted from the events of tho war during tho past woek first because of tho fear of 8eclandMinister of the Interior Von Plohvo tho situation at tho front Is regarded as critical Tho enveloping movement of tho three Japanese armies of Gene Kuro kl Nodzu nnd Oku around Gen Kuro patklns position appears to be almost complete and tho extended lino of tho Japanese seems to bo tho only drawback to concerted action It is realized hero that the Russian gen oral must now either fight or with draw the whole army northward Ho is being closely pressed nt lint Cheng At that place Con Kurokis northern column makes It extremely danger ous to remain there because while holding tho position to give battle against tho Japanese whoso advance Is notoriously always slow nnd care ful Gen Kurokl might pass through and cut his railway communications to Ltao Yang While nothing Is definitely known there are some unofficial Indications thnt matters are rapidly maturing for either a battle or a retreat For In stance tho refusal to accept further press telegrams at Hal Cheng Is shown by tho tact that ono of tho press car respondents had to ride through to Mukden to file an account of tho Ta Tcho Klao fight This might ho con strued either that preparations are making for a retirement or that tho wires nro very crowded incident ton concentration at Hni Cheng or Llao YangA few days aro expected to deter mine which course Gen Kuropatkln has elected to pursue There Is no Inclination hero to doubt that there may have been pretty se yore fighting at the outer positions of Port Arthur possibly accompanied by n bombardment from tho sea but It IB not believed that tho Japanese aro yet ready to storm tho fortress Rr Adm Wlthoft in command of the na val forces at Port Arthur Is rolled on to put to sea If the condition of the fortress becomes desporato Whllo no definite Information Is obtainable tho report that tho fortress Is short of ammunition IB considered by tho public as tho most disquieting feature of tho situation there Tho Vladivostok squadron Is expected back in port Sunday or Monday London Aug 1Tho correspond ont of tho Dally Moll at Now Chwang In a dispatch dated July 31 says that there has boon heavy fighting for two days In tho marshes south of Hal chong during the gradual Russian re tlromont from To Tobo Klma Survivor of the Steamer Norge Boston July 29 Several survivors of tho steamship Norgo arrived hero Thursday on tho Ivornla from Liverpool Mrs S OJakoskl who from tho Norgo dlod Wednesday night from tho effects of her export once Will Protect the Seals St Petersburg July 30 Russia has expressed her pleasure at being able to accept tho offer of tho United States to tako part in tho protection of the seals nt the Kommandor Islands dur- Ing tho war Japs Occupy Every Position But One Cho Foo Aug IA Japanese mar chant has received word from a Chi nose whom ho trusts to tho effect that tho Japanese havo occupied ovary po sltlon surrounding tho besieged fortress of Port Arthur with the exception of Golden hill Beats the Worlds Record Washington Aug IMiss Mary B Pretty employed In tho patent omco who holds tho worlds rocord for rapid manipulation of a typewriter has eclipsed nil previous performances by copying 22000 words In seven hours NEWS IN KENTUCKY aI- N THE OIL FIELD During the Pat Week Unusual Ac tivity Wit Displayed Lexington Ky Aug LDuring the past week unusual activity has been displayed In the oil development of the KentuckyTennessee field Com pletions have been na follows Wayne county eight new production 540 bar role dusters two Knox county three new production 75 barrels dusters Cumberland county one new lone 25 barrels Clinton county production 10 barrels Floyd one new production 100 barrels The best strike of the month was made by tho Federal 011 Co In Wayne county It testing SCO barrels A barrel strike was mode In the eastern field In FloydKnott territory The reins amount to 27000 barrels The scope of activity Is being great ly extended and numerous wildcat wells are going down The coming In of a wildcat strike In Clinton county Is attracting considerable attention la that region through which a pipe line is being built to tbo Cumberland coun ty developments NO AUTOS ON THE PIKE An Almost Prohibitive Toll Is Being Charged Newport Ky Aug 1If you own on auto car keep oft the Alexandria pike leading out of Newport Tho board of directors of that cor poration have placed an almost pro hlbltlvo rate of one cent a mllo for each horsepower of tbo machine that travels the thoroughfare and as tho majority of tho autos are of at least 20 horsepower that means a rato of 20c a mile for the privilege of rum bling over tho road As a matter of fact tho directors do not want tho red dovlls on tho Alexandria pike and are taking this means of keeping them elsewhere WITHDRAWN FROM KENTUCKY The Illinois Life Insurance Co Quite Business In the State Louisville Ky Aug lThe Illinois Lifo Insurance Co has withdrawn from Kentucky The stop was taken voluntarily following a demand made by State Insurance Commissioner lIon ry R Prewltt for permission to In spect tho companys books The demand was refused A largo number of policy holders are affected by tbo companys action which leaves them without the protection of the Insurance laws of tho state In which they reside Tho number of policy holders aucctod Is estimated at nearly 100000 Fifteen Horses Perish In a Fire Owensboro Ky Aug ITho livery stable of Davis Lea was burned en tailing a loss of 30000 with 8800 Insurance Tho stable was owned by T J Lea and valued at 8000 with Insurance amounting to only 1000 The Owensboro undertaking establish ment occupied a part of tho stable The origin of tho fire Is unknown Fifteen horses wero burned to death In tho stablo and about 20 wero rescued Can Make Gold Newport Ky Aug 1 Thomas Cocklngs of G09 Elm street and Thos Rees of 619 Elm street who for five years havo boon tolling to wrest from nature tho secret of making gold in paying quantities claim to have at last realized tho hope of their lives Was Married July 5 Louisville Ky Aug 1Tho liar aid says thnt John Doerhoofor son of tho late John Docrhoofer tho million aire tobacco manufacturer who died last September was married Tuesday July 5 at Welch W Va to Ella Taylor known hero as Pearl Martin Married In Night Robe Newport Ky Aug 1SQulro Done pan of Newport was awakened Saturday night and at tho door found a brl dal couplo Ins honor said ho would have to dross for tho occasion but the couplo assured him that his night gar moats would answer Drowned In a Pond Lexington Ky Aug IThe body of John Klalr brother of Representa tlvo William F Klalr was found in a pond Sunday It Is hollered that ho fell In Jato Friday night as ho was not seen allvo after tho evening of that day Three In One Glasgow Ky Aug ITho Preston 011 Co has organized with a capital of 500000 and taken over tho now Amber Oil Co for 125000 tho Gina gow Oil Co for 125000 and tho Preston Oil Gas and Mineral Co for 250 000 Died From the Heat Newport Ky Aug 1lIormno Dleckman 229 West Fifth street pros tratod by the heat Saturday while attending to business affairs nnd who was convoyed to his homo dlod Sun day Ho never recovered consciousness Mrs J M Blackburn Dead CovIngton Ky Aug IMrs LutJa Blackburn wife of Capt James More head Blackburn died Sunday at their summer homo in Bufllngton Kenton county During tho winter season they lived at their homo In this city Held As Assassins Owingsvlllo Ky Aug IClny Wat kins Groan Watkins and Elliott Col lins charged with tho assassination of 17yearold Leo Mann In DrenthlttI county n week ago wero 000 each PLAYING UNDER THE TREE Ive new play to play with me And this Is what It Is Ill make right here longnlde the tree A villas lust like this Now thats one church and thats a house And there the blacksmith shop Oh forgot the church spire Ill put one right on top And now another house Ill build Where mamma live with me This room Ill have wlthdollles filled A table set tor tea Now for my garden Stickand stick Ill put a fence around Thtn lots of dowers I like Ill pick And stand them In the ground These are for cows Just coming homo And driving them Is Nell Oh good heres Nelltthe cows have comet And there the supper bell Rhoda Dendron In Good Housekeeping THIS STORY HAS A MORAL Its About a Little Stranger Who Now Is the Nicest Girl on Eukin Street Thats what they call Drusilla now the other little girls who live on Eukln street which isnt mentioned in the city directory but which Is a real street just the same hut when Dru Bllla Ort came to live on Eukln street the other little girls dldn t call her In fact they called her that horrid new girl instead And Drusilla got to hear of it somehow and felt Just as unhappy as you or I would do in similar case Now Drusilla isnt horrid she never was horrid never was anything but a nice sweet sensible little girl The other girls only thought she must be horrid because they didnt know her and didnt want to take anyone else Into their set All the other llttla girls on Eukln street which is such a short street that nearly everybody living on It knows everybody else had known each other since they could remember They thought it would be Just awful to have another little girl walking to and from school with them playing on and about tho lawns and the empty lot they all shared in com mon during vacation season taking part in all the fun Therefore they snubbed Drusilla without stopping to think about it When she walked down the side of the street on which they were playing they all crossed to the other side and when she shyly uglyirate Murphy did say that he believed his sister Annie put out her tongue at Drusilla one day but Mrs Murphy said she could scarcely believe one of her children could be so rude and Ill bred as that And Annie didnt say anything only her cheeks were very redIt was the very next day that all got acquainted with Dnisllla and It came about so simply The little pet puppy dog that Jennie Crews was trying to bring up ran away by Itself and didnt come back at all And Jennie almost cried as the twilight darkened it did seem so awful to think of that poor little dear little dog out alone In the dark hungry and cold and as miserable as could be But Puppyktns never came back although she called and called uim and all the other girls THEY SNU13BED DHUS1ELA went over to visit Jennie in the eve ning to try and chejj her up They were all to Ing to play merry games and pretending they were not thinking of the puppy at all whop there came a gentle little ring at the doorbell And there on they step they all rushed to the door hoping It might bo somebody with the puppy stood Drusllla and she had a little brown bundle in her arms lIe was crying In a corner of the vacant lot Just crying like a baby explained Drusllla all smiles and blushes and friendly excitement and shyness and I knew ho was your puppy so I brought him home Como in dear and play with the others sold Mrs Crews appearing behind tho eager group of little girls who surged about the puppy and came near to forgetting hIs new friend And she gently drew the little stranger who would have slipped off silently In among tho rest Ten minutes later they were all play Ing again with the puppy safely warmly tucked up In his basket and Drusilla was as merry and lively aa any of them And now though all this happened bul a few week ago they call Drusilla the nicest girl on tho street as I told you Of course she was Just as nice from the beginning only they wouldnt give her a chance to show It And well if you have any new little girls In your neighborhood uhlldren you might bear this true story In mind Chicago KeconlUemld I SOME TRUE DOG STORIES One Shaggy Little Canine Saved a Train and a Big St Bernard Rescued a Miner Twentyfive dollars for a dog collar seems like a waste of money but there Is a shaggy little canine out In Colorado who earned a collar costing that amount and so long as he earned It himself nobody need care It was this way One stormy night a few months ago the dogs master was aroused lu the middle of tho night by a furious barking and upon Investigating dIs- covered that a burning bridge on the railroad near by was the cause of the disturbance flack and forth from this house to the bridge and from the bridge to the house the excited do- ran becoming quieted only when his master dressed and visited the scene of the fire which be did Just in time to flag a long freight train thus saving It from destruction For his wise edt In saving the train 25 was sent to doggies owner and the entire amount was spent on the fine collar which he now wears Prince Leo a monster St Bernard living In the Arkansas range of Colo rado Is another wonderful dog So many wonderful things has Prince Leo accomplished that his master lately refused an offer of 20000 for him One of this dogs remarkable acts occurred during a blizzard In February near the Little Louisa mine A workman had been sent some distance for a can of machine oil but the storm increased with such fury that the min was unable to return wandering about the mountain side in a dazed condi tion until finally exhausted he fell and lost consciousness Alarmed at the workmans prolonged absence Prince Leo was called given the scent and dispatched to search for the miss TU1B DOG SAVED A TRAIN Ing one Hours passed The storm Increased until an awful howling hur ricane with sleet and snow swept every foot of the mountains and can yons and all hope for the return ot either the man or the brave dog waj abandoned However at nine oclock that night Prince Leos barking was heard at the mine cabin door where he was found with hIs unconscious burden Once Inside the cabin the faithful beast refused to allow tayone to touch his charge until he had sun ceeded In licking the sufferer back to consciousnessAnd the story of a common big yellow dog who has lately been arrested It Is so arrested by the Mexican authorities charged with be ing a smuggler This dogs owner si cunning Mexican has for monthf used the animal In evading the customs laws by tying to the dogs necty a basket in which contraband good wero placed The canine was taught to sneak with his load through the river boskets and across the border into the United States thus escaping the alert eyes of the government rid ers who patrol the line At last how ever the animal was captured with evidence of guilt In his basket and now ho Is In prison with his master Poor fellow Ho only did what hi thought was his duty but the law U strict as to smugglers and no doubt this dog will be severely punished What child living In tho cities II there asks the Chicago RecordHen aid who does not despise the dogercatcher Well tho other day one 01 these miserable dogcatchers tool from the door ot a poor family thel sole guardian and comfort Zip thi childrens playmate and dragged hiss off to the pound where he was to b killed Just because his owners wen too poor to purchase a tag for him Pleadings at the pound availed no but an officer of the Humane society heard of the occurrence and altel looking into the matter and finding that Zip was really useful as a watch dog Interceded with tho mayor and In consequence carried to the pound keeper much to the childrens glee s regular pardon for their companion who trotted home happy bearing In his mouth a huge bone which the officer gave him This Is perhaps the first case on record where a dog has received an official pardon regularly signed and sealed White Elephant Is Sacred A white elophant is considered sacred in Slam and when one shunlei oft this mortal coil It is given a tuner al grander than that accorded to princes of royal blood Buddhist prlesti officiate and thousands of devout Sit emcee men and women follow the deceased animal to the grave Jewell and offerings representing muck wealth are burled with the elephaat Many Castles on theRhine The most picturesque and ancteal looking river Is the Rhine It has 711 renerable castles on 1U beaks 11THEI I I I I I I I I 11 11 J J J J I I I 111 Eastern Kentucky News No oorreapondence published unless signed is fall by the Writer The name is not for publication but II U evidence of good faith Write plainly I I I + 11 11 I f I I rI I I H I I I r I I I I I 1101 IrJul HN I I I I IHNlI MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAIN July 2He H J Derthick preaches nt the Slade church over Sunday lIightIrs Reed Cornel ROM niul children ot 11hodown worn guests over Tuesday of her mother Mrs Emily linker Harbor John and Parley Smith spent Tuesday night with Luther Mnupin Grace Adams pent Tuesday night with Pearl Adams Mr J H Ovorloy wife and daughter left Tuesday for their home in Hamilton Ohio DREVFUS July 30Miss Cynnn Young ol Red Lick and Miss Spicio Adams of Dreyfus were guests of Misses Hattie and Jessie Young of Kings ton SundnyllightTey A G Cooker filled his regular appoint ment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday with large crowds pro tontr Ledford and Miss May Creapmore of Bobtown visited Martha and Charlie Powell Sunday George Young and wife of Kingston visited Mr anti Mrs Tom Young last weekMiss Bertie Holland was entertained by Misses Lullie and Pearl Lain Sunday George Bongo of Big Hill was in Dreyfus Saturday and SundayIisses Minnie and Lura Sandlin visited Miss Jennie Gooch Sundayof last weekJ C Powell and O T Carr returned front Jackson County last weekr and Mrs Dillard Durham of Kerby Knob are visiting at John Powells this weekMr mill Mrs W B Baker verb Berea visitors Saturday PEYTONTOWN Aug 1Wu1 Elliott of Somerset was a guest of Miss Addell Phelps Friday Rev G L Campbell went to Crab Orchard last week to meet the South District Sundaschool convention as a corresponding mes senger front the new Liberty Baptist Sundayschool Mr and Mrs Henry This entertained the following Saturday Mrs Eliza Chambers Ellen White Mary Shearer Lula Mason Misses Mary Merrit Florence White Hattie Burnam and Addell Phelps Geo Wright Rhodes White and J C Phelps Rev R II Munday and M Blytlie preached for Rev G L Campbell at a basket rally at Maupin town Sunday Collection 3030 Rev S M Watts attended the Mis sionary meeting at Goodloos Chapel last Sunday James Walker of Rich moue visited Miss Addell Phelps Sunday Misses Florence White Mary Merritt and Hattie Burnam were in Richmond last weekMr mid Mrs Ben Martin were in Rich mond SaturdayWALLACETON July 25Mrs Amanda Baker of Big Hill visited her son GE Brock man Saturday night Willis Rogers has returned from Ijuliana where he has been at work several earRTho infant childof John and Clario Wiley died Friday of spinal trouble andwas buried at Cnrtersville Saturday R B Gabbard and fami 1spent Saturday night with his motherinlaw Mrs Kate Green Jack Stevens went to Kirksvillo Sat urday Hay haling has commenced There is a fine crop of hayG B Gabbard was in Berea Saturday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE July 30Morris the little son of Mr and Mrs J E Hammond is very sick Robert Richardson has nearly finished his new store house John Bales bought a fine milch cow from J S Waddle Tout Linvillo and wife visited friends at Berea Sunday James Daughortj who has been visiting friends at Nolan has rev turned Misses Minnie and Lula Waddle visited friends at Chestnut Flat last weekBen Shearer of Madison county was in Rockcastle county on business last week Misses Jewel and Lillio Ogg were guests of Miss Vergio Martin last week past weekSam Shearer visited friends on Brush Creek last Sunday Luther Rowlctt was in Berea Thursday ROCKFORD Aug IMrR Nannie Hammond will begin her school at Walnut Grove Aug lJ E Dalton And CamiloC Berea visited T C Viars Saturday and SumIl1yA crowd from Scaffold Cane went to Brush Creek Saturday Misses Annie mud Mattie McGuire of Disputanta visited friends hero Sunday Mrs Annie Golden of Panola is visiting W II Linville this weckHm Mills is holding protracted meeting ut old Scaffold Cano Lucilo Liu villo is boiler Miss Amy Guinn of Boron is visiting friends hero Mm P L Stephens visited Mrs J W Todd Sunday Maurice Ham mond is lxitterC Holman made a j flying trip to Sellersburg Ind i Daily and J W Todd are running their shingle mill- JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Aug 1Henry Gabbard anil wife from Travellers Rest are visiting friends at this place Mr file Alcorn is preparing to erect nets houses Miss Minnie Parsons front Beren is hereG M Parsons undo a business trip to Irvine last week There will ho preaching at this place Saturday and Sunday by Mr Jonas everylxxly should coupe to church Quite a number of the boys and girls of this place attended church at Sand Springs Sunday among them were Misses Sofa Isaacs and Mollio Alcorn Bud Isaacs and Preston WobhC A VnnWinkle who is teaching the Day Fork school has beet on a weeks vacation WllgersilleThere will be a protracted meeting at this place beginning the Second Sunday of August It will be conducted by Rev Pearl Hacker of Annville and others A good meet ing is expected nmll111RhOllid attend The school at this place is taught by J E Sparkman of Welchburg The teachers association will let lield at this place the lth Saturday in August A nice time is expected Como one come all MCKEE Aug 2Rl C Al1n Winkle who has charge of the Christian Church has leen holding a series of meetings assistd by Rev Willough bof Lexington Mr WasHburnof Berea accompanied by Misses Nina King and Tel Cook visited friends in McKee Saturday and Sunday Mrs Matilda Llewellyn is visiting her mother and sister nt Livingston One of the social events of McKee woe time Banquet given by the Young Ladies Club Saturday evening at the homo of Miss Kerkhof Miss Jennie Vorhorst is spending her vacation at her home in Holland lich Mr and Mrs D C Collier have moved into their now property on Main St CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE July 30Our school commenced July 18th and is progressing nicely under the careful and diligent instruction of R G11ebbM II Frederick of this place who is teach ing the Mill Creek school reports fine success Mr Frederick is a former student of Berea College a cultured and polished gentleman deserving time commendation of all who know himSilas Wagers is having some clearing donoTho Smith Bros are in the stave business giving employment to about thirty mien Elijah Wagers wife is very low with kidney disease Dr Webb is attending herFrank Wagers while at work in the wools last week Tell and hurt his foot He is now improving Wo are glad to learn that so many Clay County teachers nibscrilxnl for TilE CITIZEN It is an excellent paper Tho Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignif icant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty tis wise to have Bucklens Arnica Salvo ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at East End Drug Cos Drug Store DREAMERS Dreamers often jump to conclusions whilo open oyed men toil overy stop to reach the same end But there are dreamers and there are idlers Tho dreamer of dreams who sees the Holy Cityof God descend among men and lien wakes to drive uncleanness from its gates and to raise miens eyes from nnuck heaps is a seer whoso vision is mbounded by time or space Ho who tees the same vision nut thenmopes his passing hours waiting for the delectable sight again is an idler Ho only dreams while the glorious procession of advancing humanity moves forward and hy1lbor A Dmce tFr Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump Lack straight neither will It make I a short leg long but It feeds soft bone Iand heals disused bone and Is among the few genuine meant of recovery In rickets and consumptionSend SCOri K I1OWNK Chemliti 4Cpt IVail Street New York p and all druniota CHICAGO PACKERS Claim to Be in a Better Position Than at Any Time Since the Strike SAY TROUBLE IS NEARLY ENDED Despite These Declaration the Stock Yards Are Filled With Cattle and Hogs That Are Unsold Tuesday Over 19000 Sheep and 10000 Hog Were ReShipped and Un dliposod of Stock It Accumu lating In the Pens Chicago Aug 3Tho meat packers whoso union employee are on strike claim to bo In a better position now than at any time since the struggle began When asked for the packers side of the situation Tuesday night Arthur Meeker general manager for Armour Co said Tho strike may bo said to bo near an end At tho rato wo are securing new employes It will be only a matter of a short time now until everything will bo In normal condition with us once more Despite these declarations of the packers representative the pens at the stockyards aro filled with cattlo and hogs that buyers make no bid for In the market According to commis sion men and officials of the Union Stockyards and Transit Co out of tho live stock received Monday and Tues day over 19000 sheep and 10000 hogs were reshipped and unsold stock Is rapidly accumulating In tho pens Twelve thousand hogs remained un sold Tuesday night and tho prospect of large receipts Wednesday Is caus ing the live stock handlers to fear a swamping of their facilities Accord Ing to commission men there aro thou sands of holdovers In all departments of the yards and the cattle in the pens will not all be out of tho way by Saturday night In tho face of all this shippers are constantly forwarding stock to Chi cago and the indications are that thorn will be a decided slump In the prices of live stock It is on this statement and what further information their own men have been able to secure that the strike leaders base their claims that the packers are still badly crippled notwithstanding statements to the contrary A considerable number of strike breakers who arrived In Chi cago Tuesday were dissuaded from going to work by pickets- In a statement given out by the packers Tuesday night It is asserted that out of tho 25526 union men who went on strike 3056 have returned to work Those desertions from the unions added to tho new employes se cured since tho strike began it is declared makes the total number of men now at work 15848 THE CHICAGO STOCKYARDS Government Inspectors Are Investigat ing the Conditions There Washington Aug aA description of conditions In tho stockyards at Chi cago during the strike now In pro gross there Is expected to form an In teresting feature of tho report on the beef Industry which will bo made by the president to congress in response to the Martin resolution passed at the last session Fifteen or twenty in specters are in the field under the di rection of the department of com merce and labor collecting informa tlon required by the terms of the res olutlonThe Inspectors have been engaged at this work since early in April and reports from some of them are daily expected at the department Tho In spection has been conducted under the immediate supervision of Samoa U Garfield tho commissioner of tho bu reau of corporations of the depart ment of commerce and labor Fell Forty Flit flt Louis Aug aw H Groan of Buenos Ayres who has been sliding by his hair several times a day for the past week from the point of tho Ferris 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