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Digital page images are linked to the text file. miMMiMmHHtHtH Irl JAMES MILTON RACER i Editor and Publisher Sntertd at Uu Pottofflct al Btrta Ay at ttoontlJ ttau maUnatttr J HIHIH 11 I I lHIJJH VOL VI A Family Taper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 11 1904 One dollar a yet r IDEAS Heaven lies up Ntn nin- Uod shows Isis ways tu those who do Mix will Men seek happiness in ease but find it in effort Men often neglect to do what they tyro in striving to do what they cant FROM THE WIDE WORLD SfrifcUH disorders aro thrcatone in Ilayti It iN iMtliovod that tin American demands will soon Iw granted II y Turkey Kirn III Slrassburg Oerinany di hostel properly worth over 1500 XX At last retorts the Russian armyw- orms still retreating to till north wit- hthobyuans in hot pursuit The Government of Son Domingo haw asked till United States to nego tinte n parcels jxwt tn lItIGen Itafael UUt time IIlIkor Pnamlent of Coluiiihia and announced his Cabinet It in rfx rtfd that Russian credit in considerably shaken at home as n result of tIwnr in the Knst The Government wireleiw telegraph system from Nome Alaska to St Michaels wan Huccossfully inaiigtmit iil Au archaeologist has uIsM verel a raw of cliff dwellers in the Sierni Madro MountaiiiH in Northern Mexico Nineteen lives taro lost and property valued at 2000000 destroyed by a fire in the arsenal at Toulon Fraiio1 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY ndiana Democrats nominated ilohn W Kent of IndianaK liH for Cover nor Purr United States Senator Vest died nt his homo nt Sweet Springs Mo John J Cornwell was nominated for Governor by the Democrats of West Virginia Dr Hrowu Ayers of Sow Orleans has IMVII elected president of the university of Tennessee Judge Alton B1arker filed his resignation as Chief Jimtico of Iho Va has been elected president of Kings College at Bristol Icon One null was killed amid one fatally injured by falling rock in a C and O railroad tunnel in West Virginia A Missouri Pacific flyer went through a bridge at Eden near Pee lilt Cu1Dud more than 100 lives were lust Dr lA Ames former Mayor of Iinuealxdis Minn convicted last year of accepting a brilx will run fur Congress on tho Republican ticketA Vandalia train carrying BOO assengors miming at tho nito of sixty miles an hour was wrecked at Plalnlield I ml Onlya few passeng ers were slightly injiiried while live coaches wero burned An tinnyof workmen are prepar jug tho battlefields of Bull HUll and Hay market in Virginia for the army maneuvers which will take place in SeplumUr Tho Government will sixmi 000000 on tho project COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Georgo W Hays L and N agent at Sunny Side Wnrrvii county was killed by n train George Bullutnd Tom Davis fought with knives uearMiddlesboro Kyand lathnay die Dr D Y Winston n well known surges formerly of Russelvillo Ky is dead at Clarksvillo Tenn In a street fight at Williams Skiing Ky tlesso Williams wits shot t anti killed by Green Flynn Thirtyeight persons wore injured in the wreck on Iho Louisville mid Nashvillo at pursue Cure Wednesday nightChief Justice Hiirnam will ho a candidate on tutu Republican ticket to succeed hiniRolf on the Appolilalo iMtnch from tho Fifth district Oliver W Idea for years n lead jug Republican politician in tho 1t State is dead at his homo in Now Bert at tho ago of Hixtyoight years I Gov Reckham has apioiiited Charles U Ioyntz of Maysville Democrat mind James Urealhitt of I Hopkinsvillo Republican as mem bers of the Stale Election Commis sion Through freight No 01on tho Ij Henderson route went through time bridge over Green river at Sxtts villo last night Engineer Waller Reidol Firiinaii Wallaco Lishon and two negro tramps wire drowned The engine and nino curs ono oft them loaded with livestock wont in to tho river 4 TIE CITIZEN THOMAS TAGGART Thom nN TiiKgnrt who tens favored hy n innjortly of tho Itomori illc nntlomil committee for Iliiilriiinn IIIIH tlirhi IHMII iniiyor of IiullnnnMills udIIUH held utter lures Ho was hurts In InIinxt fnrtjM vi n years of age great ixilltlcnl hustler nut has a mnllo that would molt an ktibt1 ooooo o 0 OO OO ++ I Our Popular Scholarship ContestOi00 ar oo Tilt CITIZBXS ofTur of Fret Tuition in Heron College for two terms to given to time two most pular young lnoplo in tmchof time oight sur Clay County Ida Kongo 12lO Susie Sixlrks1i0W M Itite121XJ-I M Hobinson 00O G J Janis ii1Xl T E Hurch tOO Mary Collins 100 Churns Combs HOO OwsUy County Noni Wilson SG0 Snowden Reynolds 1100 Garfield Cmunplxll1i0M- nry Ray t50 Flout IVndorgniRs 201- B J Pondorgrasrt 101 Jeanette Gabbanl JOO Hurgoyno Rotnor IOU Nellie Treadway k0O Rockcastle County Rachel Hiblxjrd 5X1 E H Thompson roo John McForron 1011 Fannie McCluro 100 Mollie Carter 101 Minnie Nicely 1k Hyrda Mellurgue100 GLASGOW CATHEDRAL President Frost Writes About the Pro testant Reformation and the City Where Steel Ships Are Made Sod to London Glasgow is tho largest city in Great Hritian taw United Kingdoms of England Scot land Wales timid Ireland Tho first thing noticed by an American in olt world city is that it looks older rind more solid maul substantial than anything in our own land Since I loft Now York I havo not seen 0110 houso that was not built of stone or brick andl hove not seen a single roof of shingles all tilo or slato or tho thatched roofs of a low cottages And in time oldor parts of every oldworld town are houses which hat a long history lulu havo been used by many owners 1 lire ilk ono of tho now houses in Edinbourgh but n woman hums just died here in tho name room in which saw was horn ninetyfour years ago Across the street in a great school building which was erected about time tinmo time Pilgrim fathers were lauding on Plymouth Rock This long history of buildings is sewn especially in tho castles which were really tho forts of people who lived Iwforo time invention of gun powder uIIIIl1I tho churches Many of tho mutest famous churches of time old jvorld were built before tho Fro testant Reformation before tho times of Luther and Join Knox when tho Roman Catholio church controlled the world with all its cur Estlll County Robert L Qoylu 10 101 Mai tlm Ioj ion 101 Jackson County W L Itagley 2000 Laura Hntflold 850 Susie Wntsou SOO Samuel Dart 500 Li77io Wihvon 950 Niiiintu Click 3X Lucy Parsons BOO Mnv Smrkman BOO C D Smith 100 Koltort Tnylor hOt Leo County Mary Farlor 1200 Cluy Comlw lIiO- Floyd LUOHB 5X 11 MeGulrc 100 Stella Thompson 21X1 Madison County Claude DeHaun 3i5 Hostile Hnys mj Wallace Adaiim 8X letmrl Gay auo Tommie Hakor aoo Maggie Loveu 21X ruption and cruelty It is a long story to tell how time religion of Jesus was corrupted in time dark ages Men canto to believe in outward ceremonies rather thin in religion of the heart And wicket own got into the highest ollices of the church because of time dower which such positions guru thus And thou ninny heathen customs and ideas wore adopted by the Roman church It nits in these times when tho people wow earnest but ignorant anti many of the ollicers of the church fir from Christian in spirit that time cathedrals as they are called wero built cathedral is a very beautiful building though it is better plan ned for heathen titan for Christian worship Tho ground is in tho upheldmind one of a grove of stately trees A cathedral is not a good place for preaching or prayermeetings but it strikes ono with aw t and wonder and putyerlikemonies processions from one end of the church to tho other mind tho like At time WillIor the cross was time altar where time false miracle of tho Muss was performed and around the sides of tho building woro images and in the windows wero glass pictures of the smuts which time ignorant people worshipped Time Ronlan priests leach that our friends who havo died urn in Purgatory sufFering until nude puro for heaven mull that by paying utottoymull by gulling time ilontmiKil on pago ilx l Sixteen 1Eight NO8I Yorkt pussAs eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooe eoQoeoeoeoeoeoeo o PsIo I 0 o o Pluck Push and Perservance arc all essential to 9 financial Success Systematic System of Saving is of equal 0 openingoa little Savings account Possibly you would like to talk Itl about the 0u matter i se o4 tol 0if 11 F Jit o o 0e 0o i The Berea Banking Co i Main Street Berea Kentucky o o 0o 0o ooooeooeooeoeooeooeoeoeoeoeooeoeooeoooooeooooooeoooooou Carriage Satisfaction Here carriages invariably givo 2o butter place to buy than HERE No bettor time to i Miy than NOW Pricwt down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Get The Latest Ladies Collars No season has produced such an abundance beautiful styles in Ladies Neckwear as time present Wo show all tho now styles in endless varie- tySummer Laces Wo have just added all limo now est patterns to our stock of laces and ineertings nud can certainly please you MillineryMid prices already pre vail hero Wo ore determined to to carry nothing over No trouble to show goods Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Borea Ky open woman shall your each with 100 titles time years subscription votes each candidate with cents months subscription votes such cents mouths subscription 25rotes each r I I I I I II IIII1II +Hi o us tio of Buggies Phaetons RunaboutsSurries Traps DurableGraceful Useful ComfortableStylish Lotlyfiuib prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE Hrr r r I H 111 I IHMIH Ice Cream Crushed Flavors Coca Cola Cherry Phosphate Ice Popallflavors Grape Juice youiuGet the boat at the East End Drug Main Stroot B roa Ky HH1HIHHH DID 7Nof Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings tin largest and best stock of goldjowolryCall and see our Hub of goods A J Thompson Opposite Hurdottos Mill Boroa Tho Special build o- fTennessee Wagons them time most desirable of any wagons on tho market in running gear f1250 cash in running guar tUjOO cash byA P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Beren Mothors Your children from tho of Mosquito and Chigger Apply Paracamph freely relieves tho pain draws out the fever and the in flammation prevents If applied night it prevents the quitoes biting Subscribefor Citizen Sloop Good Dont let Mosquitoes keep you awake at Apply Paracninph to your and hands before retiring prevent the mosquitoes biting you If should happen to you relieve tho pain nud prevent swelling Popularity Contest tho benefit of the colored subscribers of TilE CITIZEN who mire prevented by tho recent action of time Kentucky Legislature from entering Berea College wo havo decided to make time following SPECIAL OFFI3R which is only to colored subscribers On Soptomlnr 20 UK I TUB CITIZEN will give 3000 to IK divided two equal of 1500 each aunt applied on the school expenses at school or college they tray select of tho two young colored people ono young man ono young who receive tho largest number s t votes provided that no money bo paid by TUB CITIZEN to if tho total number of votes cast for all the candidates is less than 15000 In voting for favorite use the blank below This blank if sent without money counts Otto for person voted for If sent it env person sending it to ono to Tan CITIZEN and to 100 for voted for If sent HO six and CO for If sent with 25 threw and for candidate Fruit Co 0Eo c + Z I From Ky make 21 H Ky Protect pnin bites It and swelling mos night face It will they bite it will For into sums any and any candidate any 1 vote for Mr ofP O as the most popular young colored man and for Miss of P 0 as time most popular young colored woman Tim KyPleura to applyon my subscription account Namo P 0 THE CITIZEN JAMES M RACER Publisher BEREA KENTUCKY SAND MANS TOWN Come cuddle your head on my breast lit tle boy And cover your drowsy eyes And well away from the land of day To the dreamland In the skies UK the ShutEye route we will go little boy As the purpling sun sinks down And Sashes Its beams In golden streams And silvery shafts to the land of dreams That borders the Sand Mans town With your dear hands folded In mine little boy We will travel to that land fair Where the rose bloom smiles In the leafy allies And the bird song fills the air The cleepshlp watts at the port little boy With Its snowy pinions agleam And its prow points straight for the golden gate So lets go aboard or we may be late For the wonderful land of dream Then away oer rosy sea little boy By the light of the old north star While the sunset dies In the golden skies Well sail for that land afar 0 list to the gentle plash little boy Of the waves against the strand As they softly ride oer the crimson tide While peacefully over their crest we gild Toward the beautiful slumber land The silvery moon hangs low little boy When the harbor bar la passed To the joyous strain of a sweet refrain And we anchor In port at last Then the sand man leads us ashore lit tle boy To his beautiful castle there In a shady dell where his minions dwell And over the land weave a magic spell Of enchantment everywhere Then out for a trip we will go little boy Through this wonderful land of dream And side by side we will take a ride Down a roadway of chocolate cream There are bonbon trees everywhere lit tle boy And an Ice cream soda lake While tho walks are made and the highways laid With cinnamon drops of a crimson shade And curbing of layer cake skylittleAnd crimsons tho peaceful bay The ships bell rings and the sand man sings daytThen little boy And over the spray and foam While the pale stars gleam and the moon rays beamIWith a slivery light on the rippling stream Till the harbor bells rings Home N Y Tribune THE SOLVING OF 8 A PROBLEM 3 g 8 By Belle Manlates 8 E HAD been on the very verge H of telling Claudia of his love when It so transpired that he found they were barely on speaking terms The trouble had been of her seeking for really Carter Heaths only fault had been that ho wouldnt get angry but had let amusement display Itself about the corners of his eyes Claudia felt that her dignity could only be maintained by entirely Ignor ing his existence After an Interval of three weeks during which time all his efforts towards effecting a reconcilia tion had proven unavailing he finally realized that the affair was serious and that Claudia did not care for him as much as he had ventured to hope One evening he betook himself In evening dress and misery to the operator the sole purpose of gazing at her from afar His searching glance failed to locate her but presently he saw her father and mother enter one of the boxes and Immediately ho made his way thither Will not Claudia be here tonight he asked of Mrs Lawrence after a few moments conversation Claudia Is acting the part of a Sis ter of Mercy tonight was the response Tom was in the depths of despair over tomorrows arithmetic lesson and Claudia volunteered to stay at home and wrestle with the refrac tory problems for him I left them In the libraryTom full of hope and gratitude Claudia full of perplexity and figuresImmediately Carter made his adieu and hastened to the Lawrence resi dence He had been an Informal caller there for so long that the maid upon his request willingly ushered him un announced into the library Two flushed perturbed faces were raised from slate and book as he en teredGood evening Claudia he said and his tone showed none of the levity at which she had taken exception Hallos Tom I heard you and your sister were revelling In mathematics and I thought you might need rein forcementsYou me not capable of work- Ing problems then asked Claudia In distant tones Some problems he replied grave ly Now take a sum In addition say or any kind where you wanted to get even you would be successful Tom was very shrewd outside of mathematics asd he had divined the situation His gratitude to his sister wasi aU that prevented an audible snicker but he contented himself by bestowing an appreciative wink upon thenewcomerCan work problems Mr HeathSome problems Tom There Is one I lave been trying to solve for some time but I cant get an answer Well maybe I can help you Lets do mine first Carter Joined them at the table Which were the ones you were working he asked- I have the first ten for my lesson Claudia has done number one and number two Three is sticking us though and he handed him tha book and slate Carter was soon filling the slate with figuresYoull hardly need me now Tom said Claudia stiffly rising from her chairOh wait cried Tom In alarm Yes please pleaded Carter I shall need your help I am sure Is this the answer Tom and he read off his last total Thats HI cried Tom consulting the answer book and then turning to look over Heaths shoulder But that isnt the way to do It he cried in dismay What difference does It make how I do it so I get the answer asked Heath in surprise Youd find out if you went to school We have to do them according to ruleI dont like doing things according to rule But show me your system You explain to him Claudia begged her brother So Claudia loftily showed him the workings of the preceding problem and in a moment his comprehensive mind had grasped the proposition and No3 was solved according to methods all right admired Tom Say do you know how to find the greatest common divisor Oh Tom I know how to find every thing but the one thing I want most I think that I can do No 4 now that I see my mistake in No3 said Claudia becoming interested In a matehmatlcal way All right said Carter cheerfully You try It and Ill see what I can do with No 5 and he went speedily to work anxious to finish the ten examples so little brother could depart In peaceI guess said Tom Ill be copying them as fast as you two work them We have to take them in to the class worked out on paper A moment later he exclaimed Ive spoiled my last sheet of paper Say Claudia cant I have some of that paper you make your sketches on Certainly I will go an get It for you she replied No he objected Jumping to his feet Ill go Where Is It In my room In my desktop he had left the room Heath laid down the slate and pencil Claudia he said in low Intense voiceClaudias eyes remained glued to the arithmetic and she made no outward sign of having heard him speak Claudia he said again let me tell you my problem that I nor Tom nor any one but you can solve I love you How can I incline your heart to meAt this critical moment Claudlas aunt a gentle maiden lady entered bearing a little server on which were two cups of ice Why good evening Mr Heath she said as he rose and took the bur den from her I didnt know that you were here I thought these scholars needed a little collation Hooray shouted Tom entering with a quantity of paper in his hand Is it recess time The maiden aunt went to prepare another cup of Ice for Heath Its pineapple exclaimed Tom sipping his We served Ices the last time you were here Dont think we live on ice Mr Heath Claudia does murmured Carter In sinuatinglyTom short in his shout of glee and said stoutly Claudias a brickClaudia put her arm about the boy and drew him to her So are you Tom Carter welcomed the entrance of a servant with his Ice and some cakes the maiden aunt having gone to her room for the night When they had partaken of the ices Tom announced that school was again called Carter and Claudia resumed their figuring Tom In picking up the sheets of paper he had laid aside dropped them on the floor Too lazy to get out of his big armchair ho leaned over the arm and by much stretching and reaching succeeded In recovering them one at a time He had secured In this way perhaps half a dozen sheets when he assumed an upright position and gazed absorbedly at one of the sheets I say Mr Heath Who does this look like I know but I cant think he said Innocently thrusting tho pa per towards Carter When Heaths eyes fell upon the sheet of paper his heart leaped with a sudden wild Joy Claudia had a de cided talent for catching likenesses and she had made a sketch of himself that not only greatly resembled him but she had as be saw at the first glance Idealized him It was no care less offhand sketch but one on which much care and thought had been ex pendedShe looked In quick alarm at the sketch and then grew pal- eII did that long ago she said tryIng to speak lightly And Heath filled with Joy unspeakable foreboro to say Yes as long ago as yesterday for the date was in the lefthand cor nerAt this moment a servant entered and announced that Mr Newborough a neighbor was In tho reception room and wanted to see Mr Lawrence Papa is at the opera replied Claudia I will see Mr Newborougb and explain Pray excuse me to Heath she said and gladly left the roomWell hurry up and do the uamplest commanded Ten Carter groaned as he cmnmcncta on the sixth problem With his heart full of love and longing and nowborn hope it was maddening to work at these dull sums With feverish haste he finished numbers six and seven How long will that neighbor stay he then demanded Old Newborough Is a stayer and such a bore Youll have time to do them all He worked No8 and then rebelled See here Tom wont you help a man out youIyour your and pretend its one of your problems Shall I ask her for the answer laughed Tom as he complied with the requestGood evening Mr Nowborough Claudia Just look at this example and see If Its O Ito and he handed her a folded sUp of paper She opened It and Claudia There are two more problems to be worked and I dont know how Couldnt Newborough come out and do them while I take his place with you It was all my fault Claudia Arent you going to forgive me and love me C P STom is sleepy Hurry up and solve the problem how to get rid of Newborough Yes she said retaining the note Its right but Ill keep It and copy It for you How did she look Tom Carter asked eagerly when the bOY rejoined himShe blushed and smiled So Carter added to his sum of hope and talked football with Tom Very soon they heard the caller depart and Claudia returned to the brary Tom she said shamelessly dont you want to go to bed Ill do the remaining two sums for you In the morn IngTom obligingly consented to this ar rangement and left tho room Then Carter expounded at length his problem and received a correct answer There followed a series of re viewsthe quarrel his feelings and after his hopes and fears beCoreI be expatiated upon and she had confidences to relate They had Just adjusted matters up to the present mo ment when Mr and Mrs Lawrence returned from the opera There was then a little general polite conversa lion and again Claudia and Carter were left alone to solve the problem of the future She was Just deciding upon the num ber of bridesmaids they would pare when a violent cough of warning was heard outside the door and Tom dis creetly and slowly entered In dcmU toiletWhen papa and mamma cons home he said and when I saw how late It was I thought maybe Mr Heath would rather work them now and then you wouldnt have it on your mind all night that you had to get up early Besides I fear you may forget them In the morning Oh Tom remonstrated Claudia while Carter exclaimed Of course Tom I shall always feel grateful to arithmetic after this Now here goes No 9 And I will be working No 10 said Claudia magnanimously- I will pick up Claudias paper said Tom Wheres the sketch- I have It Tom said Carter em phatically And I am going to keep It You should label It laughed Clau dia A Study In Arithmetic N 0 TimesDemocrat POOR KIND OF RELIGION Wouldnt Do for Illnrk Sinn Ia A Region Where IonWere to He Had Rev V G Carroll a prominent southern clergyman according to the Mobile Register tells the following story We were driving out one Sun day from Decatur when we came upon a negro with a club in his hand and a freshly killed possum on his shoulder We stopped to examine his prize and the colonel said My friend do you know It Is Sun day Sartin boss Are you a religious man I are Iso Jlst on my way homo from church And what sort of religion have you got that permits you to gohuntln on Sunday Religion Religion queried the man as ho held the possum up with one hand and scratched his head with the other Does you spect any black man In Alabama is gwlno to tie him self up to any religion dat lows a possum to walk right across the road ahead of him an glt away free No anti A religion which wont bend a little when a fat possum heads you ort couldnt be atabljshed round yere by all the preachers in the universe What lie Cb arced For A worldfamed artist In the witness box one day was asked the price he had obtained for a certain picture Ono thousand guineas said he How long did It take you to paint IU About a day and a half And do you mean to tell tho court sir that you have the audacity to charge one thousand guineas for the work of a day and a half No sir I charge It for the knowl edge of a lifetime Cassells Journal Vrranda Confidence GraceDid you marry the man of your choic- eGertrudeNo I was over 30 so I married the man who chose meIn dianapolU Journal THE WORM TURNED BY PHIL HEMYNO Dllesop and I were at the club HIs wife and mine had gone down to Brigh ton to attend a special meeting of the Wives Mutual Protection association and we had taken advantage of the opportunity to have a good time together The dinner had been excellent the wines superb and the cigars above reproach and It was while we were en Joying the latter that a peculiar feeling came over me It was the sort of feeling that Jack the Giant Killer must have experienced when ho made up his mind to attack the giant My constitutional nervousness was swept away and then and there I resolved to door die Ill stand It no longer I exclaimed Stand what inquired Dllssop The tyranny of that woman I re sarcasmthoII dont think said llllssop A man ought to be master of his own house I went on Quite right agreed Dllsj op And the good book tells us that the man Is the head of the woman boI will be I said thumping the table and breaking a glass Bravo cried Bllssop whether at my sentiments or no I did not pause to consider but swelling with the valour that was Inflating me I went on As the French pay It Is the first ItepI that counts All that a man has to to put his foot down and once the womI an sees that he means to be yields to the Inevitable and things go on as they should Theres no doubt that a woman lit much happier when shes kept In her proper posltlcy Of course she Is Lets have another drink Wo did not want any more wine so we had whisky and sodas after which my determination to effect an alteration In my domestic arrangements was strength enedI wont lose a minute over It I observed Directly I get home tonight I shall start my reorganization Suppose she kicks suggested nils sop who was well acquainted with my wifes little peculiarities and begins to throw things Well I dont like the Idea of strik ing a woman I replied but of course It she uses force I must play the same gameYou wont knock her about Of course not I shall merely use suf ficient force to show her the folly of re sistance and bring her to her senses Its a grand Idea said Dlltsop Why dont you try It also I asked Ill wait and see how It answers with you he answered cautiously I always thought that Bllssop was a bit of ft we had more drinks and It was juststrlking two when I tried to let my self In with my latchkey But there was something wrong with the lock or the key I always think that Margaret had put the latch down but declares that I was trying to open IheI door with my cigarholder after fumbling for some minutes I obliged to knock wasIAfter rapping two or three heard footsteps on the stairs and ently Margaret herself opened the door This Is a pretty time of night she said to drag anyone out of bed to come and let you In Dont talk to me like that I replied full of my new resolve I am going to nIter things here I ran tell you and put you In your proper place What do you mean she Inquired Why I am the master of this house and Ill have you to know It Why John I do believe youve been drinking she remarked What If I have I retorted It I choose to drink I shall drink and I certainly shant ask your permission Hadnt you better go to bed sug gested the wife- Certainly not I replied Notuntll Ive finished with you Finished with me repeated MarI garet with wellsimulated astonish mentYes youve had your own way long enough and Its my turn now Your turn for what To be master In my own house Why you contemptible drunken lit tie whlppersnapperl cried Margaret all her pentup anger now finding vent how dare you talk to your wife like Come here thaUI And she stretched out her arm hOld of me i Dont you touch me I said Dont you put a finger on me or I wont bo responsible for the consequences Ill take all the risks answered Mar garet And then she got me by the collar and began dragging me about the floor- I tried to resist somehow or other I could not keep my feet andwell It Is a painful story but this IB a true confes sion and Margaret has really quite enor mous strength The last thing I remem ber was being thrown underneath the bed where I must have gone to sleep Oh the next morning Well yes I did send In my resignation to the club but It was never much use to me for since my marriage I scarcely ever used it and I signed the pledge too but I dont drink much as a rule so that It was no great deprivationand well yes anything for a quiet UreAUy Sloper There the Bub Well theres one thing about our boarding house said the optimist you can eat as much as you like thereOf course same as ours replied the pessimist You can eat as much as you like but theres never anything you could possibly like Philadelphia Press oleottot10110te0IA Oil Olto11 OIe011 O1e071 OtlO Ott oiOie Ot10tt01t Dt10i10t10t101 sxTheFor Boys and Girls 0 0 P Simmons Principal Mark S Peckham Asst Prln g S Miss Ada Allen Prin Dept of Music o- o o U Incidental Fees o o All Grades 50 cents Term All teea Payable in Advance itr oox A 2 A Grammar 16 00II S ooX Jug o s Enrollment last year 101 Wo expect to Increase It largely this jt year Our teachers are competent updo date Remember before 5 deciding what school you will patronize that Kirkoville 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the South with No 21 and No 27 W H lOWER Ticket Agent Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system or despondency in variably precede suicide and something has been found that will pre vent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bit ters It being a great tonIc and nor vine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only We Satisfaction guaranteed by East End Drug Co Druggist DR V H HOBSON j Dentist OtolbrtutarRichmond Iy- MONIIMENTS h Sins Ht ttrht lUUirf Mrblisnap sd Work of all kinds don In a workrnanlikft manner at ra I I sensible prior and with dispatch AUork guar soloed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky- teareel Male tea Colllri Slrta End of Bitter Fight Two physician had a long and stubborn fight with an aboens on mr right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave mo up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Tho benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet In a few days Now 1vo entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by fast End Drug Co Drug Store Price ron and ILOO Trial bottles free OOINO TO THE WORLDS AT FAIRI ST LOUIS USE THE- BENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLEBEYOND FREERECLINING 1OfficialKentuckians To ST LOUIS Ask for our rates GEO L GARRETIL t iR11EfTray Pass r Aft Sen P aar Ito LOUISVILLE KY GREGORYS Warranted SEEDS rare tmb raltsW cAtilu11 eeaq + Me ITHECITIZEN oIJJJHHJHII + HH JJJ The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMORI Editor 1111 I 11+ +111 11+11- 1IE DEFINITE- At a remit iimtituto visited by tho writer u district teacher of longox IMsrionee was called idea to explain his method of teaching beginncra to read Ho usedor tried to urn a hlnclhoartllllldtOt of churls by which to illustrate hilt after wandering ulxMit for n considerable lengthof Unit tin only thing made clear wan that hit did sot know what method ho used and WIIH not familiar with anyUnder a crosn lira of questions ho WIIH not alilii to defend hill own way nor tITer any gixxl objections to method ri Kiwd by others Evidently ho hud alwayH taught in a lung hazard II lIor1I1I ho Imd probably Ixtii taught years ago by teacher equally weak 1orhajis a largo majority of tho inumlerH of that Institute could havo done no Ixttor Ono in struck with tho lack of definite knowlcdgu on tilt part ol three who ought to know It nhown tint lack of trahniugtn ordinary bluckHinith UI nhow how ho makm a horse tihoo and fits it to its place nut any other artisan can illllllt rat a piecit of his nark Aro teachers more stupid than any other class of workers Theyare not lint ax a rule theycuter true profes sion ton young nod undertaken must ditliciilt himincNrt without guidance They Mumble along pretty well aware of their inefficiency but con noting thcniKcIveH by the thought that they an iw good as others Yet we are inclined to think tint teachern aro hoineuliat to blame Kvery year thin nubject of how road jug hhotild lx taught in discussed in the Institute Tim alphalx won Nlitenco nut combination method are argued pro and con Ono would think every teacher would resolve to mauler one or all of these and Iw able to IIM Homo method definitely and intelligently What is trno of rending in equally triii of other liranchcs Ilk tho average teacher how nho presents imuilxTH and she will halt and ntiiin veer and IIIrllllllri acknowledge that 1l0 dos not know how Ytl llntt her ImHincM Try her on lan gunge mid the renult is no lx tter Tho niibject of Nature Study IIIIH Ixiii coiiHtiintly urged for at leant n decade anti its great iiiixrtanco in 1 acknowledged every when hilt not unit teacher III ten will no much as under Ink it IMWUIIW of her lark of ilc finiti kiiHUMyt of till subject or of the way it should Iw taught 4 Yen nayn 0110 I know my weakness but how nhall I remedy its Tako up one mihject at a time and ATCJI tli i7 MMI II on intixtcr il When that is dono take another Yon inn do it if you will Ooimitkr how you will present fractions parts of HiMcch map mowing or what not until you hit IIJKDU a plan and then develop it until you know every de tail When you have ouch mastered a method you may modify it at any time or discanl it all together and try another It is good to have n method but it is not WKO to Iw married to It If you are get a divorce J W UINSMOIIR HHHhHHl +IIlIHH4HH I The Home JBKHIB LESTER HILL Editor FEEDING TURKEYS IN EARLY r FALL AH iw tliu weather begins to turn cold anil insect food IKHWIIIMI Hcurcu an fncrcastnl ration nnmt Iw provides for the growing turkeys In a ntwit government bulletin 11 Fe McO row advises a ration of wheat i met corn Do not feed too much at first lint gradually increase supply puntil they havo all llioy will out They should havo freedom and all will wit of wholesome fa11olllll cOIllitiolilfor iIItIi finishing them it is not well to amino them If they nro foil each tinyat regular hours and in tho sanio place it will IK an winy matter to have them como threw times a day to this place to IN foil Their long lug for food being supplied they will take less violent exorcise thud instead of wandering over largo areim will put on flesh rapidly Turkey that are poorly fed during tho fall ux end in searching for food considerable off thu flesh they havo gained In feeding turkoyn for market ii bhotilil lx rememlxjred that they Hell for much moro pCr pound than hogs or cattle whilo the actual food cost per oiind is but little if nay moro It will ulwayu pay well to give grow lag turkeys all the grain they can eat The Thanksgiving market m usually tho lest It is only the early birds that are properly and lilcrally fed and kept growing from start to finish that are nnitable at this time Old corn is letter than now for heavy feeding as tho latter irt apt to catiHo looseness of tho bowels If necessary lo use new corn it should Iw introduced into the ration gradu ally If the XMiUs have gained a strong well develojx Ixxly by early fall theywill Iw in a fine condition for heavy feeding AH soon as llioy have Ixcome iicciiHtomcd to grain they nut Iw foil once or twice a day Oil ground oats omit corn meal mixed with milk This should ho given in addition to plenty of wheat and corn FtMeleach night end morning what they will clean up with a relish Some eoplu grow turkeys for a fancy market feeding them chestnuts and celery weed during the hint few weeks of fattening This adds considerably tot11oOxlwilMOau1cull only le used by thoce wlumll their jxtul try for almost double the market price Such feeding gives n pleasant flavor that adds value to the turkeys which life finmhiHi in this way and they find n market with customers with whom in a minor consider atio- niMIII I I I H I 11+ + 1111 The F rm SILAS CHBBVBB MA30R Editor 1III Hf1lMIfI1IIhHHI111- A SATISFACTORY SILO Cheap la tlalld a Irrmmurmt afro e turn and live Ivrtrcl SIlBBr- Wt Ijive lit one till of our barn on ootiicmml silo bulls In IKRt that gives nil iierfcft hlliiK It lit duiii to build n rnmncnt structure mid him nut cost out trot for rtixilrs writes a corre nM ndoiit to Kuril New Yorker Fig A In till cut Illustrates the way the framework Is set mode of 2 by 0 inch Mlrka cut whatever length Is wished dips ndlng on the size of the silo you wlith to built Our sticks are eight fivt long Inp ncroHH ends oust lire uplkitl Thtc fruiiies lire set nt illf ftmit wldtlm Mug iHiircHt together ntfir jh bottom of the silo whore tin KtvntfHt Htniln comes Tho first two iiro llftivn mill eighteen Indies apart the next two toot and from thl up to three and ont hnlf fast near the top The whole fmine work for this silo eon Iw onrrliHl In a one bonu Wagon while our rvctniiKUlur silo having the muni1 cnpiiflly niiilrcn several two borm1 loads of heavy tlmluT mid yet It lJUhclll lit the slits Thin one stays tight its till pressure Is practically equal nil nroiind the silo Then lire no corners to HMak of In tills one iind no spoiled dug n ditch about eighteen Inches with mid two feet deep around where the framework was to set this we lei with small stouts mid cemented The center was on hnnl pun leveled up with mimll stones and cemented and niter slit wns miide run up n little on thu slit of time silo nuts could not Kot under the bottom Uuts mid mice If MiNHlble will burrow under a silo mid let air In and spoil cniiMldorabli sllnge On thin foundation we set our Uri framework nail suewdlng ones at va rious widths ns before stated each sec lion held up by it piece of U by 0 un der the etui of each pletv so tlnit for each section eight shun pieces are ro quilted besides the 2 by U pieces On AN OCTAGONAL SILO the Inside of this frame Is ono thickness of matched lumber running up and down and the only cure Is to get ouch board tight nt till ends of the framework section One thickness Is letter than two or two with paper be tween ns It will dry out quicker tint lost longer Thu outnUle may covered or not as denim Wo covered ours with matched lumber for looks largely although It miikea a lend air ttpncc so that though ours faces northwest and the mercury goes almost out of Hjjcht sometimes we are not bothered with frozen sllnRO We have two doors on one side for till lug mid tour doors open into the barn for feeding These are Hlniply traps between Hcctlons of the framework and are held In place by the ullage A roof CUll be built ornot ns desired We like one to keep out snow etc but It is not necessary An eight point roof can be made or a single pitch roof sWe have two rods running round the silo anti these by use of the truss shown coyer the lower six sections nml nro ample for the purpose The truss Is of two Inch plank cut out us In time cut and places In center of section nt points marked on the framework so that the rod strikes the eight outside corners and the width cut In the truss ARUNONTHEBANK Rush of Depositors to the Drovers Trust and Savings Bunk in Chicago A STOCKYARDS INSTITUTION Was Started by an Unfounded Rumor That a Packer Representative Withdrew llis Money At Closing Time Friday Afternoon There Were at Least a Thousand Persons Waiting to With draw Their Deposits Chicago Aug eTho strike in tho packing houses was practically lost sight of Friday in tho excitement at tending a run on the Drovers Trust and Savings bank ono of stockyards Institutions Tho rush of the doors itors to tho bank started early Friday because of an unfounded rumor that ono of tho packers representatives had withdrawn his money from tho in Htltutlon and reports that tho basic was being used by the packing com panies us an adjunct In paying off their new employes who have taken tho places of tho strikers All day- long hundreds of excited depositors most of whom had only small accounts In tho bank stood In line to withdraw their deposits When closing time camo Friday afternoon thoro were at least a thousand persons waiting for their money Tho officials of tho bank determined to meet tho emergency called In extra tellers and tho placo was kept open until every depositor who presented himself at the window had been satisfied The paying win dows of tho bank were kept open un til after 8 oclock Friday night Nearly two hours before that time tho last man In lino had been paid his deposit In full and fresh arrivals nad ceased comingIt estimated that upwards of 3 000 depositors called and withdrew their deposits during the day When the run was at Its height the bank withdrew 1100000 of Its deposit with tho Commercial national bank and a lIke amount from tho First national bank in order to prevent any possi bility of tho bank being unable to meet Its obligations Wo have plenty of money to moot any kind of a run said Vice Presi dent William A Tlldon after tho bank had been closed for the night We had over 300000 In our vaults and besides tho 200000 taken from the downtown banks havo received of taro of assistance from tho First na tional bnnk of Chicago tho National Park bank of New York and the Standard Trust bank of Now York None of those offers will bo accepted as wo have on hand all the money wo noodr Our windows will be kept opon until all ot tho depositors are satisfied but from tho appearance ot things I think the run on our Institu tion ended tonight Many of tho workmen now on strike In tho packing plants havo deposits In tho Drovers Trust and Savings bank but the majority of tho persons who gathered about tho place Friday to demand their money were small tradesmen doing business In the stock yards district and working people who aro not and have not been con nected In a labor capacity with tho packing plants Tho Teamsters union tho members of which aro on strike had 2000 on deposit In tho hank but no effort was made to withdraw this money Friday tho secretary of tho union declaring that tho money will remain where It Is as tho bank Is as solid as a rock No Action Was Taken Donor Col Aug GTho Western Stock Growers association who havo boon conferring hero for three days with tho special land commission ap pointed by President Roosevelt finally adjaurnod Friday night without taking any action with reference to tho strike at tho packinghouse contort The C H A D Railway New York Aug 0 Lawrence Max well jr general counsel of tho Cin cinnati Hamilton ft Dayton says that negotiations between himself on behalf of the stockholders and tho syndi cate which recently acquired control of the road are progressing satisfac lordly Will Fusion on Conditions Lincoln Neb Aug 6 Thomas R Tabbies of this city populist candi date for vice president has been strongly opposed to fusion with the democrats but Friday ho said ho would agree to fusion with any party that would oppose monopolies The Quests of the President Washington Aug 6 President Roosevelt bad as his guests at dinner Friday night Secretaries Hay Taft and Morton Commissioner Cooley of the civil service commission and Si las M Booof New York ot the Churchman Will Support Textile Workers Fall River Mass Aug 6Prod dent Golden of tho United Textile Workers Friday received a letter from President Gompers of the American Federation of Labor assuring tho Fall River strikers of his hearty support Business District Ruined Kendrick Ida Aug GFlro wfatoh broke out Friday in the Old Pacific hotel destroyed the whole business part ot the city and many residences Thirtysix business houses and 20 reel Seneca were burned Lou 350000 THE LOOMIS FUNERAL It Was Probably the Largest Ever Held In Parkersburg W Va Parkersburg W Va Aug GThe funeral of F Kent Loomis which was held hone Friday afternoon at tho First Presbyterian church was probably the largest over hold in Parkersburg Tho church was crowded from wall to wall while hundreds stood outside unable to gain admission Tho services wero simple Tho choir of which he had for six years been a member sang Tennysons beautiful poem Crossing Tho Bar and several of his favorite hymns wero also sung Rev Dr J W Francis conducted tbo services assist ed by Rev Dr S Scotly Moore of Trinity Episcopal church In his ad dross Dr Francis referred to tho un cortalnty of tho causo of Loomis death Ho said Wo do not know whether the cause of his death Is hid don in tho depths of the dark blue senor In tho blackness of a mans heart Hundreds followed tho remains to tho cemetery whoro ho was laid in the grave by the hands of friends of his boyhood classmates In college and his associates In later life Assistant Secretary of State Frank B Loomis escorted Mrs Kent Loomis to tho funeral PARKER RESIGNS Ceases to Be Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals Albany N Y Aug GAlton B Parker ceased to bo chief judge of tin court of appeals of this state at 320 p m Friday and became tho untram moled candidate of the democratic party for the presidency of the United States lacking only tho formal notl flcatlon ot his nomination which will take place at Rosomont next Wednesday afternoon Without advance announcement or Intimation of his purpose he camo to Albany took part with five of the oth or judges In clearing tho court and then sent a messenger to file his for mol resignation In tho office of the secretary of state as tho constitution and public officers law required INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP The Members Will Be Taken on a Tour Through the United States Chicago Aug Secretary of the Treasury Shaws suggestion that tin members of the Intorparllamentnrj group for the promotion of arbitration who will arrive in New York front Europe tho first week In September be taken on n tour through tho large industrial centers of the United States was adopted at a meeting hero Friday of the committee appointed by con gross to provide for their entertain ment It was also decided that each member of the entertainment commit too should take charge of the guests as they passed through tho state In which such member resides Tim convention will be hold In St Louis in stead ot Washington as was first planned THE MINERS TROUBLES Operators Submit a Proposition to Their Employes Wllkosbarre Pa Aug 6At ho meeting of tho anthracite board or conch tlon hold Friday at tho request of tho miners tho operators presented a plan for tho settlement of tho check welghmcn and check docking boss questions which havo caused so much trouble In the upper coal fields The operators ask that the entire contra versy be submitted to Judge George Gray the chairman of tho anthrach coal strike commission his decisIon to bo final and binding Tho minors asked for time to consider the propo tuition and action was deferred until tho next meeting of tho board which will bo hold hero on August 12 THE PIMA INDIANS Report That They Are On the Verge of Starvation Unfounded Washington Aug 6A thorough in vestlgation by tho interior department of the complaint recently made to the president by a delegation from the Presbyterian board of homo missions that the Pima Indians of California are on tho vergo of starvation reveals tho fact that tho Indians on the con trary are amply provided for It was found that 27000 already had beer authorized for the relief of the Plmat during this fiscal year Will Relieve Gen Grant Washington Aug 6The recent order assigning Gen Funston to com mand the department of the east was modified by the war department and he will go to Chicago Instead relieving Gen Grant of command ot the deportment of tho lakos Mrs Roosevelt Goes to Oyster Bay Now York Aug 6Mrs Theodore Roosevelt reached hors from Washing ton Friday at 3 p m in time to moot the train on which her eons Kermit and Theodore jr arrived from St Louis With them she took a train for Oyster Bay- Chairman Taggart In New York New York Aug 6 Thomas Tag gart chairman of tho democratic na tional commltteo returned to this city Friday night after a short visit to his yotINatlon1 Reform Association Aug GTbo National Reform association having for its ob ject the maintenance and promotion of the Christian principles of civil government opened Its annual convent tlon at Winona Lake Friday RIOT GALL SENT IN Attempt to Move Meat From theI Chicago Stockyards a Number of Fights MANY SHOTS FIRED BY THE POLICE Two of the Officers Were Cut on the Head by Stones Throws by Outsiders A Mob of 200 Packing House Strikers and Sympathizers Stopped An In coming Train Bearing Strike Breakers at Riverside Chicago Aug 10An attempt to inovo meat from tho stockyards to tho Fulton market on Randolph street a distance of tour miles caused a num her of lights Tuesday night between tho police and crowds of strike sym pathizers who attempted to prevent the paspago through tho streets of the wagons hearing the meat Fully a hundred shots were fired by tho police and the members of the mob but nobody was struck by a bul let Two of the officers Stephen Barry and Patrick OHara were cut on the head by stones thrown by outsld era Tho first attack on tho wagons was made at 21st and Hal stend streets where a crowd gathered around It and endeavored to spill tho meat Into tho street The police after some trouble dispersed the crowd and tho wagons had reached Madison and Hnlstead streets two squares from their destination when a second at tack was trade upon them A riot call was sent in and Lieut Harding at tho head of n strong detachment ot officers from Desplalncs street station responded A dense mob of several thousand men had blocked tho streets and refused to permit tho officers to reach tho wagons The officers were finally compelled to fight their way with clubs while the mob pelted them with stones and sticks Tho pollco finally drew their revolvers and fired over tho heads of the crowd and then charged After n sharp fight the crowd broke and ran During tho fight over a score of the rioters were knocked down by tho clubs of tho policemen and were escorted off by their friendsKansas City Aug 10A mob of 200 men and boys packing house strikers and their sympathizers stop ped an Incoming train carrying strike breakers at Riverside Kan Tuesday night drove tho nonunion men from the train with clubs threw their bag gage Into tho Kaw river and set fire to tho cars Tho police put out tho Ore before any damage had been done No arrests wero made Tho mob made a rush for tho train while It was running slowly over the suburban Dolt Lino tracks towards tho Schwarzschlld Sulzburger plant the destination of the strike breakers As tho members of the mob clamored onto the train they subdued the train men and set tho brakes of tho 15 freight cars bringing them to a stand still The strike breakers fled in terror some of them being chased for blocks but all escaped injury After the escape of tho nonunion men tho mob dumped their baggage In to tho river and set fire to tho cars In the meantime a riot call had been turned In and a detail of pollco hur vied to tho scene Upon the arrival of tho police the mob scattered and the police extinguished the fire before much damago had been done In nil there were about 75 strlko breakers who aro supposed to have been brought in from Northern Kansas EIGHT HOUR LABOR LAW Justice White New York Supreme Court Declares It Unconstitutional New York Aug 10 Justice White of tho supremo court Brooklyn Tues day declared the eight hour labor law unconstitutional and granted writs of mandamus to compel tho city to pay 13000 to the Brooklyn Alcatraz Co and 10000 to tho Uvaldo Asphalt Co payment of which had been withheld on tho ground that both companies had in the performance of contracts for city work required their employes to work more than eight hours a day The Goelet Jewels Found New York Aug 10Tho detective agency engaged in tho search for tho 200000 worth of jewels said to have been lost by Mrs Ogden Goelct has issued a statement In which they say the jewels have been found in Mrs Goelets safe In this city Bureau of Equipment Building Washington Aug 10Rr Adm En dlcott chief of tho bureau of yards and docks will award to Boise Do Leon at Atlanta Qa tho contract for building at a cost of 116000 tho bu reau of equipment building at the navy yard at Pcnsacola The Leiter Estate Chicago Aug 10Letters of ad ministration for Joseph Leiter son ot tho late Levi Z Loiter were applied for in tho probate court The real eSt tate In this county Is valued at 7000000 and the personal property at 10000 Miners Wages Increased Tamaqua Pa Aug 10commisstoner Nelll notified coal operators and companies that tho rate of miners wages based on tho average price of coal at tidewater will bo two per cent above tho basis for tho month of Au gust MOROS IN THE WHITE HOUSE They Were Garbed In Native Cos tumes of Brilliant Colors Washington Aug 10Tho delega tion of Filipinos from the village at tho Worlds fair called on the presi dont Tuesday Tie Moms were garbed in native costume of brilliantly colored Japan ese silk blouses and tightly fitting trousers all elaborately figured and woro turbans of tho same material twisted loosely about their heads The Igorrotes woro complete suits of spot less whlto duck relieved by Oriental scarfs of brilliant colors On arrival at tho war department the natives hell an Informal reception while awaiting the arrival of Secretary Taft On their way to tho white house tho natives were photographed on the east steps of tho war depart ment building Hero their native van ity cropped out Antonio when ho- realized what was going on whipped his fine scarlet scarf from his wale picinervous as he faced tho camera brigade and had to be admonished to stand still Ho is a half brother of Rajah Mudda Mandl the overland lord of tho Samal Moros Ho is regarded as one of tho bravest men of his raco and a great warrior but ho capitulated before tho camera EXSENATOR GEORGE G VEST The WellKnown Statesman Expired at His Home In Missouri ISweet Springs Mo Aug 10ceo Graham Vest exsenator from Mis- sourl and last member of tho cabinet of Jefferson Davis president of tho confederacy died at a m Tuesday of general debility aged 74 Vest having served continuously in the senate for 24 years withdrew last to his summer homo here ow ling to constantly recurring illness decline was not stopped as ho hoped by withdrawal from public lifeSenator Vests fatal illness began familyIvita r ExSenator Gcorgo Graham Vest was born in Frankfort Ky December 6 1830 After graduating from Center collcgo in 1849 he became the head of tho law department of tho Transyl vania university and In 1853 removed to Missouri immediately taking an active part in tho politics of that state Ho was a presidential elector on tho democratic ticket in I860 and a member of the Missouri house of representatives tbo following year Ho was a member of tho confederate house and later of tho senatq Ho was elected United States senator in 1878 and served until 1903 RUSSIAN TROOPS It Is Reported They Are Retreating Northward From Anshanshan London Aug 10Tho only addi tional war news appearing in the Lon don newspapers Wednesday morning takes the form of sensational rumors For instance it is reported from Shanghai that tho Russians are retreating northward from Anshanshan The Dally Telegraphs Che Foo corre spondent reports tnat a great land and sea fight occurred at Port Arthur on August 8 and that tho Japanese were repeatedly repulsed Over a thousand Russians were killed the correspond ent says Tho Russian troops havo now boon reinforced by tho civilians who remained at Port Arthur THE CRUISER MILWAUKEE Daughter of the Late Senator Mitchell Will Christen the Ship Milwaukee Wls Aug 10Mlss Janet Mitchell 19 years old daughter of tho late United States Senator John L Mitchell was Tuesday night chosen to christen tho United States armored cruiser Milwaukee which will bo launched at San Francisco on September 10 next Time citys gift to tho cruiser will Bo a silver service valued at 5000 the sum to bo raised by popular subscription LYNCHING OF A COLORED BOY An Outbreak By the Negroes at ton Va Is Expected Richmond Va Aug 10An Afton Va special says everybody In the vi cinity of Greenfield and Afton ten or fifteen miles from tho scene of tho lynching of Anton Dudley tho Negro boy assailant of two white girls is in a state ot intense excitement tho whites momentarily expecting an out break by the Negroes Every indica tion points to a clash between tho two races In Memory of the Late Adm Taylor Boston Aug 10A salute of 13 guns was fired at the Charlestown navy yard in memory of tho late Rr Adm Henry C Taylor U S N chief of tho bureau of navigation who died In Ontario July 20 All tho warships In tho yard joined in tho tribute rNot to Take Part In Politics Washington Aug 10 Heads of government departments have let it bo known that their officials are not to tako on active part In local or state politics where their activity might provo compromising in any way to the administration Consul Walker Promoted Washington Aug 10Southron 1 Walker of Maryland now consular agent at Gara has been promoted to ho consul at Lelpslg Germany vice Bralnard IL Warner of this city ro signed The Citizen JVDKFENDKNT FAULT NaweripeR IbrnblUhtd trcrr Thnradsr at Bert Er- JAMES M RACER Edna sod Publis- hIUnecnIPTIOtf II KATKS fATABLB IK tn I yw n- Ix pg month 60 rte mouhl 2- 6had moo rOitom Mooy OMir- gsw Money Orr Cheok Draft Latter or one slid two cent tamp wbAEnbserlber wllhlll Tni ClTIII atol1ll4 11ptlooDaylneelludder that they with It continued Notify ni lit ono ofssnychsqgslnyoarad Ifwi both old Iud new a44r oombfptpII WI art 40tUle- dAlal a Wanted In enrloealll Write lot 1ylabseriptlooswillas year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclue Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop fa connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop IyCOllrt Ice Cream j All Flavors let Crm Soda Fruit Flavor Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt jt jl Phone JOES No 5a Select Grocer and Caterer Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist Office Over Printing office BFRCA KY Open Every Day from 0 oclock S m until 4 oclock p m 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 All work guaranteed Wm Lunsford General Dealer In High Grade Pianos and Organs Instrument repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky HOME MADE CANDY WholesomeIand Healthful Assorted BonBons in neat I ipound boxes CoI Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solioted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Bores Ky- PHONB No 78 Miller House Newly fitted up Meals sad Board and Lodging at popular pride Next door to Joes R 0 Enf Propa- lain St Richmond Ky Williams better prepar td tea ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL HEPARINO promptly deta it Mid Pwsisg a pee Work ggaraatssd- W A Williams KitafftrMl bt = J WIItlt Ju an iEutr 311ttttasiltg Wirh tar 1tenrtum0 By MRS MARY K OSULLIVAN WellKnown Massachusetts Labor Leader D HERE is every reason wiry we need vacations more than our fathers did On general principles every generation has a right to demand more than the last Our greatgrand fathers were hitched to coal carts and driven like beasts in the mines does it follow that we should be content with that Our grandfathers worked 16 and 18 hours a day and were satisfied to eat out of the tin pail and sleep on the groundIn our fathers time men had already begun to demand a hot dinner and to think nothing too good for the man who laborsMoreover the crowding of workers into city tenements and huge centers of industry has created a special need for rest and recreation Humanity is today huddled into crowded districts in homes and workshops The constant relentless hum of wheels is brokenI only by the halfhour at noon Every nerve is strained to demands ofa keen competition never before known in the history ofI man It cannot be denied that this generation is illcontent with the com forts and privileges of our forefathers The Chinese are an exception to this rule in cleaving to the customs and ideas of the past surely we do not wish to emulate the deathinlifc of this effete race Ill progressive peoples aim ever for more life more liberty more happiness Primitive man was not content to be frozen or starved to death or eaten by wild animals His dream was realized by the building of his hut and the shaping of his weapons of defense and aggression His progeny began where he left off and dreamed of canoes of flocks and herds of farm lands and the arts of peace And from this noble dis content has come our civilization In the face of discouragement and seeming failure the race has ever consoled itself with knowledge tha sacrifice and struggle have not been in vain that posterity would reap what had been sown Life liberty and the pursuit of happiness are now acknowledged as the inalienable rights of man These rights arc still threatened on every side The life of the little child is ruthlessly fed to the hungry factory The liberty of the great mass of mankind is still only a dreamand happiness Who has found it Even yet these main objects of life are denied to us but today as never before we have the clear vision of what shall be mans inheritance Who is it rises up from the lap of luxury to inquire why the work ers should be asking for more vacation than their fathers had before them Let the worker answer him 4The long workday beenrtPARKSfinally been shortened tot By HON JOSEPH A wore out the- Re theareenttlve from the Massachusetts Legislaturebody of the workman and made his mind sluggish What ambition has the workman got to better his condition when he is compelled to work from sunrise till after sunset He is thoroughly exhausted and he goes to bed with no brighter prospect than another There are hundreds and thousands of men work improving1themselvesshortened day- I have heard it said that the shortened day has increased intemperance among workmen My experience and observation will not permit me to agree with this I dont know anything about the statistics in the case and I do not care Figures can be made to prove almost anything and especially where labor is concerned I think on the contrary that it was the long workday that caused so much intemperance Take the man who has worked 10 and n hours in the foundry or machine shop When the days work is done he is about all in if I may use the expression His system demands a stimulant and he takes hard to follow the effect of that stimulant or to trace intemperanceI therefrom But to say that the workmen only gain more time for tin barroom through the shortened day is entirely unfair unjust and untrue The shortened workday gives the men especially the young men that chance to see the better side of life which I think means everything for them For the view they get leads them to books and selfimprove ment They broaden out and refuse to be imprisoned through life in the narrow confines of the establishment Labor has set its face toward the goal of an eight hour day This would ameliorate still further the condition of the toilers- I believe in good sound citizenship and especially in the influence of the home Without the shortened workday the influence of the home would be an unknown factor in the lives of the masses who must work on and on to live aer No doubt there is in ratherIUIititbetween poll By HON LYMAN J GAGEteractiontics business BusIFormerly Secretary of the Treasury nessthat is tQ say trade manufactures transportation and that agency called creditis undoubtedly sensitive to new legislation and to possible changes in governmental administrative policies Whatever brings into business new elements of uncertainty is depressing in its influences on business affairs This has long been recognized as a feature of every presidential elec tion It is easy however to exaggerate the importance of it as the faith of our business men in the general good sense and patriotic spirit of the people regardless of their party affiliations saves us from a ruinous pessimism Much however depends on the political issues involved in these quadrennial periods If no great questions vital to business affairs arc at stake then reaction on business is not profound and only tem porary When some vital question is involved as for instance the money standard or radical changes in the tariff or other economic questions the effect on business affairs may be as we have had illustrated n the pastfar reaching and disastrous THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for August 14 1004Oba dlah and Elijah Prepared by the lIlghway and flyway Preacher Copyright ISOl by J M Edion LESSON TEXT Kings 1SM6 Memory Terse 1J1J 1tnd It came to pass after many days ElijahInunto Ahab and I will send rain upon the earth 2 And Elijah went to shew himself unto Ahab And there was a sore famine In Samaria 3 And Ahab called Obadiah the governor of his house Now feared the Lord greatly ObadiahI For It was so when Jezebel the prophet of the Lord that Obadiah an hundred prophets and hid tookI fifty In a cave and fed them with bread water 6 And Ahab said unto Obadlah Oo Into the land unto nil fountains of water unto all brooks peradventure wo may nndI grass to save the horses and the alive that wo lose not all the beasts So they divided the land between them to pass throughout It Ahab went one way by himself and Obadiah went another way by himself 7 And as Obadiah was In the way be hold Elijah met him and ho knew him sand fell on his face and said Art thou that my lord Elijah b And he answered him i am go tell thy lord llehold Elijah Is he t And ho said What have I 1Ithou wouldst deliver thy hands of Ahab to slay met As the Lord thy tiod llvtth there Is no nation or kingdom whither my lord hath not sent to seek thce and when they salt Ho Is not there he took an oath of the kingdom and nation that they found theo not And now thou saycst Oo tell thy lord Behold Elijah Is here li And It shall cone to pass as soon IIiI am gone from then that the Spirit of IheI Lord shall carry thee whither I know and so when come and tell Ahab and heI cannot find thee he shall slay me but I thy servant fear the Lord from my youth j 13 Was It not told my lord what did when Jezebel slew the prophets of the Lord how hid an hundred men of the lords prophet by fifty In a cave and them with bread and water tedI K And now thou saycst Oo tell thy behind Elijah 1s here and ho shall slay med And Elijah said As the Lord of boats llveth before whom I stand I will surely show myself unto him to sISo Obadiah went to meet Ahab acdI told him and Ahab went to meet Elijah TilE LESSON Includes the three vereIfollowing the lesson text which the account of the prophet Interview with Ahab There Ia no parallel In ChronlcllllIGuLDEN TEXT1 I thy the Lori from my outhl TIME About three and onehalf years after the first appearance of Elijah to MobI1ACEProbably not far from Mount Carmel In the country northwest of JI reelComparing Scripture with Scripture The Prophets Heturn Nude that 11 It was timed by God after many daysGod always acts In tho fullness of time Gal 44 Kph 110 etc It was not for Elijah to know until God spoke Remember Jesus rebuke Acts 17 2 It was ordered by God When God laid Go it was seta for Elijah to return Tho place of peace and safety is with GodIs 3115 3 It meant blessing God In the person of Ills servant Elijah was to re turn to the land Gods withdrawal meant drought Gods return was to bring rain God sends blessings when conditions permit It SCB 15 will send rain upon the earth We talk flippantly of the weather the weatherfore caster gives us and forget that nature Is under Gods control and that Ho sends the sunshine and the ralnJer 1422 Ps 1478I4 Elijah found conditions changed Ahab had been searching for the prophet with murder In his heart y fi now ho is seeking pasturages with anxious dread vs 5 The famine hl1dI reached to the kings gate v 2 lIow the prophets words when predicting the drought must have burned into his soul How the consciousness of God must have been forced upon him The long and terrible drought had subdued the willful spirit of king and people had gained for God a bearing 1II 515 Ps 7834 10739 Meeting with Obadlah Obadlah was a Godly man v 3 in a Godless house hold a man who served God In secret How the wicked turn to the righteous In time of trouble Obadiah went out seeking a spring of water and he found the one whose prayer would bring abundance of rain John 73730 Obaj dlahs faithfulness won for him the honor of the first meeting with Elijah Dut he was terrified at Elijahs com mand Like many ChrlsUans today the fear of man was upon him and ho forgot that the God who sent him wouldI care for him- Meeting with Ahab Elijah sent for the king The prophet went to meet the Godfearing Obadlan but he summons the wicked Ahab to come to him Hero Is a suggestion of the dignity and majesty and power of God which will some day bo manifested aa he summons before His throne those who now wickedly and rebelliously disdain Him Matt 2532 Rom 141012 Note the two views of the situation Ahab In hardness of heart and blind unbelief charges the prophet with troubling Israel Ezelc 122 lea 69 Matt 1314 And even Jesus disciples are sometimes troubled with blindness Mark CC2 But the prophet puts the blame where it belongs Ah how often the deceitful and wicked heart Jer 179 charges God with lies ITHEI thy servant fear the Lord from my youth 1 A tribute to Godly parents Ye fathers parents bring up your children In the nurture and ad1 monition of the Lord What a responsibility Is that of parenthood 2 An argument for early conversion Youth is the souls spring time for the sowing of seeds of righteousness Suffer little children and forbid them nut to come unto Me for of such Is the kingdom of Heaven 3 A testimony to effect of early piety Train up a child In the way he should go and when be Is old he wW not artfromit n JIMMIES ACCOUNT It Beached the Eye of His Drunken Father and Wrought His Reformation The dead twigs of the bare tree snapped and whirled hither and thither In the cold sleety wind Some of the twigs struck Jlmmle in the face as be ran towards home carrying his schoolbooks He hall found that the slinging rold did not pinch his feet so badly If ho ran fast Poor feet A toe peeped out here and there through the rents In his old shoes IIThough Jluimlos feet were aching was full of Joy for ho had In his pocket the last dime needed to pay for a now pair of shoes Mr Boulder had kept the shoes for him two months now walling until Jimmie could make up the full amount one dollar and a half Ho had paid all but 25 cents and the dime In his pocket added to the 15 cents hidden at home would settle his bill and give him the shoesJimmie was the sou of the drunkard Tom Hlllbrccht says Evelyn M Wood Lovojoy who tells the story In Union Signal Although but 12 years old this neglected boy was able to ram many a dime which he sadly needed Ills fa ther often took his money away from him and passed It over to Mr Says bright the saloon keeper Jlmmle had learned that the only way to save money enough for his shoes was to hide some of his earnings Ho did not leave his money In the house any length of time for his home was a small shabby place and his father had always succeeded In finding the hidden money When Jimmie reached the door of his home this rold wintry day ho did not burst into the house with a shout as most boys would have done ho was too cautious for that He opened the door noiselessly and looked at his mother Inquiringly She seemed to know what UK NOTICED WIUTlNti AND KICJUItKS ON TILE PAlEll he meant for she shook her head and smiled at him Then he eagerly cried I have enough money to pay for my shoes mammal Cant I go right over and get them before father comes home7Not tonight Jimmie The last stick of wood Is In the stove and you must gather some more at once Jimmie never disobeyed his mother After he had gone up the rickety stairs to his corner overhead and hid away his precious dime ho got his cart anJ hurried off to the woodyard to gather up some refuse wood which the owner had kindly given him He had not been gone long when Mr Hlllbrccht came home For once he was sober Ho had had no money to buy drink that day and the bartender would not trust him lie had been e kind husband and father before the drink habit mastered him and his wife still clung to him never giving up hopo Ho glanced at the table spread for the evening meal and saw how meager was the supply of food Then a thought came to him and ho stumbled up the stairs to the loft overhead where hung his long neglected rifle He used to bo a good shot perhaps oven now he could win the turkey In the shooting match next day He took down the rifle dusted It and looked around for something with which to clean it A wad of old rags was stuffed behind a rafter Ho pulled It out and down rolled something metallic on the floor lie stooped and picked up a dime Ills eyes glittered Now ho could get thoughtbeitopl There might be more money so he shook out the rags and there foil from them a paper wad Ho undid It tad found another dime and a nickel As ho thrust them into his pocket he noticed writing and figures on the paper This is what ho saw dimeEarned0 how my back liked centsEarnedcents for llkker Oct t5Pald cents moro on my shoes leavesforing to pay Mister boulder father wunl get It for llkker atIodwithout It ni wel ai she had done Oat cents and paid to Mister Iloulder todayI madl Who made him a drunkard I sang out Tom laffed and said something moro hateful still about the frills on my shoes Oh dear shall I over get the new ones Paid In cents today Only more to pay Nov H Earned U cent I wonder If I had some real heavy stockings If I coulntInet along with these shoes so many things before snow comes Couldnt ten Mister llouldcr tonight father didnt ask me for onny Stems to have enough nod Is monrIful Mother cries a lot shame crept over Mr Hlll 1IIchthis little sons cry of as saw that his father had found his moneyDont take It from mo father ho begged piteously The poor drunkard rooked at the handsome boy with his threadbare garments and tattered shoes and then thought of tho pampered son of the saloon keeper What made tho ence He know and ho vowed differIJlmmlo should have a fair other boys Taking Jimmies hand ho said Come with me Jlmmlo dry not dare disobey but as they left the house and went toward tho business part of town his little heart throbbed with fear and pain for ho felt that his father was go Ing to the saloon to spend tho hard earned money Ills father had never before taken him totho saloon nnd as they stood In the doorway Jimmie held back but his father drew him in and up to the counter Ive come to tell you that this Is the loftt time Ill over cross thisIthreshold said Mr Illllbrecht to tho astonished saloon keeper Im going to glvo my boy a fair chance with yoursi IIroundIn such tine style and gives them a chance to sneer at our ragged chil dren Youll never get another cent from me- Then he stalked out of the saloon still holding Jlmmles hand and went on to Mr Boulders to whom he gave the 25 cents My boy wants to settle his bill ho said and get his shorn Put them on Jlmmlr and carry tho others home for firewood It was a happy family In the Hill brecht home that night and It was notImany days until a tine turkey bought for tho Hlllbrccht table TEMPERANCE IN SCHOOLS What the Philadelphia Press Has to Say of the Success of the Scien title Lesson Study When the Womans Christian Tem rIperance union first proposed the system atic teaching In the public schools of the effects of tobacco and liquor tho stop was universally opposed almost all technical and professional JuratorSINot one of them was ready to accept It and most of those In chargo of our schools objected both to this specific teaching and to Its compulsory Incor oration In elementary text books on physiology Tho Press itself was among the newspapers which pointed out the apparent dangers of the plan proposed ri Experience has converted all who could be converted There Is no disinterested person who has watched during the past 20 years the steady growth of public sentiment against the use of liquor and tobacco who has not been convinced that tho right course was taken In Introducing teaching on these subjects Into elementary school work Such an experiment takes time For eight Or ten years after this teach ing began It had no apparent effect Nothing Is more noticeable in the last decade than the decrease In drinking High license has come In legislation has done much But these are only outer signs of a change of habit As every observant man knows there Is far less drinking In American life than there was 10 20 or 30 years ago Thero Is less drinking In business less In politics lets at public dinners less In so cial life and less treating Soft drinks have multiplied Their use has IncreasedIn great city there aro trolley parks and public resorts such as en circle Philadelphia where a vast con course of people meets with all spirit uous liquors wholly excluded This would have been Impossible 20 years agoThese changes aro a great national advance The Womans Christian Temperance union has a right Jealously to defend this teaching after these wide visible marks of its success Tho result of this experiment must encourage everyone In the conviction that moral teaching should bo made tho basis of more systematic Instruction In our elementary schools This country Is great and prosperous but the business of being good has not as yet received all the attention which It deserves FACTS AND COMMENT The traffic Is a thing that destroys- It is a stono of ruina flame of war A bout of prey a scourge Victor Hugo While the police ofllc rs of Woodbine la were destroying a large quantity of liquor recently seized under the mulct law a crowd of women gathered about them and sang time doxology The tone service was kept up until the last bar rel was broken and Its contents emptied Into the gutter Is Alcohol a FoodP Tw oyear old William Brophy or Brockton N Y drank from a flask of v whisky left within his reach and died In convulsions almost Immediately This practical demonstration of tho real na taro of alcohol says tho Union Signal and Its effect upon the human organism will probably have more weight with parents and frlendn than will any argument based upon the Atwater the ogles HAYIAdvocated by Expert Agricultural Builders From Vol V of Rural Affairs which unfortunately ii out of print we copy tbo gist of the directions for making a hay barrack here given with the Illustration Build tho barrack 20 feet square Insert four posts of durable timber 22 feet long In tho ground to a depth of four feet Stick should square at least eight Inches corners hewn off making It a rough octagon In shape Jloro one and a half inch hole through corners of each post one foot apart A MODEL HAT BARRACK for the bolts that support tho roof bolts of ono and a haltInch Iron ono foot long the outer four Inches to bo squared and turned up ono Inch on this It laid a piece of joist three feet long hardly shown In cut to sup port tho roof Roof should run to a point from each side and may be shingled tinned or thatched There are four plates framed to KCth r and braced The posts pass up- through tho roof on tho Inaldo corner of the plates Tho roof Is elevated and lowered with a small crow of wood or iron about two feet long A wooden crew three Inches In diameter will answer This Is used on tho Inside of the post Ono man can melee and lower the roof If It is done as fut on the hay is put In or taken out Raise each cor ner of the roof one foot at a time go- Ing regularly around tho barrack The roof will not be likely to blow off It the above directions are followed In building The potts as far as they o- nIter tho ground may be left the full of tho stick A NEW VARIETY OF OATS Wisconsin No 4 has Yielded Largo Crops with High Percentage Meat to Hull I1of experiment station dls trlbuted last spring to northern And central Iowa farmers several hundred bushels of an early white oat called Wisconsin No 4 which has given excellent satisfaction In Wisconsin where it was first Introduced Its history la as follows M A Carleton ccrcalls for tho United States government visit 4 ed Kusslfi In 1898 and In northern Rui ala he saw a typo of oats growing that greatly Interested him Us stiff straw wide panicle and largo kernel showed It to be a desirable quality of oats He found on Inquiry that It was an early ma turing oat It camo from Sweden and was one of tho standard types of north ern Russia Mr Carleton secured 20 bushels for the department of agri culture listing It as No 2788 A small quantity of this seed was obtained by the Wisconsin experiment station In 1899 and placed In a variety test of oats Dy careful selection Prof Moore thn station agronomist has developed very desirable typo of early oat well adapted to Wisconsin cllmato and soil conditions and has named It Wlscon iln Nof It Is tho most satisfactory one tested at the university farm It Invariably yields well shows a stiff straw therefore does not easily lodge has a goodsized kernel with a light hull and weighs usually from 36 to 40 pounds per measured bushel It gen erally ripens In 90 days from seeding It yields from 5 to 15 bushels more per sere than any other variety Its high percentage of meat to hull gives promise of a good milling oat Neatness a Good Investment Many farms are estimated below their true value because of slovenly appear once Weeds higher than tho fences trees blown down and left to rot fences out of repair gates and barndoors off their hinges or swinging on ono hinge unsightly litter In dooryard and at thee barn these and many such evidences of carelessness depreciate the value of any farm Tho soil may bo excellent the water facilities all that could be nuked for and all natural advantage v requisite to make A good highpriced farm may exist and yet that farm scarcely makes Its owner n living and would hunt a long long time for a buyer Midland Farmer Johnson Grass in Southwest Johnson grass has become such a nul tanco to farmers In somo parts of Texas that they have been compelled to adopt legislative measures to eradicate It A law line been passed forcing railroads to keep their right of way absolutely free of It In order that tho grass may not iL spread In adjoining fields The Santa 5 Fe railroad has engaged the services of a professional grass exterminator and thus far ho has made a success of It Johnson grass makes a good pasture and rood hay but in a decided nuisance to the crop raiser at the more It Is plowed Hjr the better It seems to grow IT PAYS TO KEEP BOOKS Advantages of Definite Records in Poultry Keeping Are Numerous and Helpful Poultry keepers who forth first tin begin keeping an account with their fowlsa careful record of the outgo and Incomo are apt to be somewhat surprised ut tho end of the year With some the surprise may be very agree able while with others It may be the op poslto At any rate It Is opt to result In some changes for the better If the balance Is on tho right side and the owner It well satisfied it Is like ly to encourage him to do a little bet ter tho next year If the books foot up against him ho will probably make an effort to Improve matters either by giving more attention to the Gene or by going out of the tmlness entirely The latter no doubt firmIerluralagorecord book for tho purpose and she thatheryear the weight of tho eggs being more than four times the hens own weight which is about three and onequarter pounds She baa learned tho value of thatthele three and onehalf cents In the sum theIntercaro than the average farm flock gets withthemkeeppoultryKept an account with her fowls she would not have known what they were dlmeultto forthoseEven In a poor market this woman would clear more than a dollar per head greatmanywho are not doing this no they are buttheyothers who say that the hens dont pay wilenIfhensthebodennltela book account with the fowls Many people dislike to bo bothered setting anything down they prefer to lot things go on and guess at tho profit or low The ones that make the most money no matter what they are doing aro those who have a system for carrying on their business They have things In the proper place and when eggs are gath ered It takes less than n minute to set down the number brought In When the eggs or poultry aro sold It Is not much trouble to put down the amount received and at the end of tho year It U not much bother to foot It all up but It Interesting all the way through Dont yearAgricultural SUMMER POULTRY NOTES How to Arrange a Watering Dish for the Chicks That Cannot Be Tipped Over Get a small wooden box which will contain the drinking vessel with very little room to spare Set this o box on the floor against thewall and nail securely Fill tho dish with water and set It Inside the box and tho most supld hen cannot tip It over The water does not become soiled quickly for the hen stand on the box Instead of on the edge of tho dish Vermin of all kinds Increase rapidly In warm weather Use kerosene and whitewash freely and frequently to hold them In check To cure or prevent gapes In chickens mix ono heaping teaspoonful flowers of sulphur In enough dry corn meal for 30 or 36 chicks Wet with skim mill or water to make It crumbly and feed onco a day The chicks are fond of It and it has always stopped tho gapes with mine Farm and Home Return to the Old Ways Somo of the old ways of farming are as good as the new The old methods tended to conserve i nd Increase the hu mus content of the soil Later the fertilizer craze set in and little attention was paid to preventing tho exhaustion of the humus In the soil which has result ed In thq decrease of tho average yield of tho grain and oilseed crops Now after years of ran exhaustive sYltemI of stimulated culture there an urgent appeal from scientific sources for farmers to use every possible means to Increase humus In the soil by grow ing and turning under the nltroger gathering crops and to make a more judicious use of commercial fertilizers by using a quantity of them In connection with a greatly Increased amount of barnyard manureFarm and Fireside The Use of Lime on Land During tho last few years the use of limo on land has greatly increased This Is tho result of Investigations as to tho freo acid In land of which lime is a neutralizer It will pay every farmer to Investigate his land as to acid This he can do by planting on It clover of almost any variety In eluding sweet clover If the plant grows well there is no great abundance of acid provided nitrogen has not been applied to fertilize the crop If nl troion has been applied tho clover will grow anyway whether the soil be acid or not Thus the teat would be of no value Farmers Review ARTISTS AND PICTURES The pictures and drawings which were at ono tlmo a feature of the onco celebrated Chat Nolr have been recently sold In Paris The collection only brought 2600 Tho three most Important prizes awarded this year by the Berlin Acad emy of Fine Arts went to liens Muller and Herbert Arnold painters and Alex ander Hohrath architect Glenn Drown tho wellknown Wash ington architect has been elected an honorary corresponding member of the Royal Institute of British Architects Only six other American architects have been honored in thus way Last February the Louvre bought for 19000 the sculptured stele known as that of King Serpent supposed to have been found at but doubts are expressed as to its authenticity and an Investigation has been ordered John S Sargent whom three coun tries claim America for his parentage Italy for the chance of his birth and England for his adoption bas received an election to the Royal Society of Painters In Water Colors Ho has three water colors In the current exhibition Facade of the Salute Venice Grand Canal A Venetian Trattoria and A Garden Vase The collection of paintings by native Filipino artists In the art gallery of the Administration building on the Philip pine reservation at tho St Louis exposition offers It Is said a graphic story of the Spanish dynasty the war which wrought its downfall and the new au thority of the United States Most of the canvases are excellent specimen 61 art and doubtless no feature of the ex position will surprise visitors more than that these paintings should have come out of the Philippine Islands One of the canvases represents the death of Gen repIPOINTS OX PROGRESS Surveys are being made for a ditch which will cause the waters of the Grand river In Colorado to flow over the Con tinental Divide Into the Cache la Poudre river The canal will run for 10000 feet up the mountain side and Is expected to divert 300000 feet of water dally for Irrigation purposes cut off from the rest of the 1Iceland for slow malls is to be linked to other countries by means of wlrclet telegraphic connection with the Shet land Islands Tide Is to follow tho ac lion of the Icelandic parliament at its last session In voting a yearly subsidy of 9380 for 20 years for that purpose Along the International boundary of tho Canadian northwest 20 years ago was an acreage of 250000 under crop yielding 1200000 bushels of wheat andItbowhile population acreage and output are augmenting at a rate no other country can approach Under a new Pennsylvania law applications have been made to Slate Highway Commissioner Hunter from 52 places for state aid In building tOG miles applicationsjmoney demDdsIpopular In tho agricultural districts of Colorado Negotiations are pending for tho purchase of 6000 acres of land In I12mllo strip along the Arkansas river In southern Colorado for the establish largoISan Luis valley on a tract of several thousand acres MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug CATTLECommon 2 75 4 00 Heavy steers 5 15 40 5 60 CALVEd Extra 0 60 HOOS Ch packers 5 5 70 Mixed packers 60 0 6 6- 0SiihEPExtra 3 75 0 3 85 LA MBS Extra 76 FLOUR Sprint pat 6 26 0 6 WIIEATNo red 97 No3 winter 0 92 621zOATSNoRyENo2 74 76 HAY Ch timothy 1425- IORK Mesa fp14 90 LARD Steam 25 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 10 Choice creamery 19 APPLES Choice 2 76 3 1OTATOESNow 1 50 0 1 60 TOBACCO Now 1i6 12 25 Old 4 75 14 60 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 0 4 60 WHEATNo 2 red 1 04 0 106 No 3 spring 95 1 02 iOATS68YzPOnIlcssLARD Steam 12 37012 60 New York FLOURWin strts 4 60 0 4 75 WIIEATNo 2 red 0 1 04 CORNNo mixed 0 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed 41 0 43 PORK Family 15 00 LARDSteam fp 7 25 Baltimore 93ViCORNOATS No 2 mixed 0 41- CATTLESteers 6 55 0 6 SO HOGS Western 0 40 Louisville WIIEATNo red 0 9- 0COHNNo2 mixed 0 66 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 43 LARD Steam 0 7 76 PORK Mes 013 60 Indianapolis WIIEATNo red 0 95 CuttNNo 2 mixed 0 5- 3OATSNo2 mixed 0 31 Buggy Carriage Harness WEATHER and tine FINE 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September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation abets Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TiE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills tidd44I444 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour QdI4Id444 Potts Duerson WUtca Station Ky u Subscribe for THE CITIZEN 16 FREE Scholarships TOE CITIZEN will pay tho tuitfon in Berea College for two terms of one young man and one young woman from each of tho following Counties Clay Estill Jackson Lee Madison Owsloy Pulaski and Roc castle These sixteen young people will be selected by the people of their own County who take THE CITIZEN We will print the Ballot which appears below each week from now until December 1st l This should be filled out with the names and addresses of the young man and young woman in your County to whom you wish scholarships to be given These ballots when received at Tus CITIZEN office count one each for the young man and young woman whoso names are written on them In addition to this each person who pays for a years subscription to TUB CITIZEN will re cake a blank entitling them to ono hundred votes for each of their favorite candidates 0 months 60 votes for each 3 months 25 votes for each The young man and young woman in each of the eight Counties named above who receive the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by TOE CITIZEN for two terms in Berea l College which will save each one from 800 to 1400 in cash Tho only expense to which they will be put is for boad and room and good board and rooms can be had cheaper in Berea than at any other firstclast school in Kentucky Berea College will be bigger and better than ever the coming year and if you or any of your friends are planning to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer Fill out the ballot below and mall to THE CITIZEN Oet your friends to vote for you Your chance is just as good as anybodys START NOW I Cut this out fill in with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take Notice On account of the recent I vote for Mr II II II II II II a action of the KentuckyLeg islature BoreaCollegecanof postoffice county u the most popular young man- xreceive no colored students the coming year therefore this offer is open onl1aDd for Mtee II II II II IIt to white contestants of t postoffico county at the most popular young woman ITHECITIZEN 1 ttt II+ I WWWW1 1I1ttI1I1 M I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I L HHHHHHi ItfiIIt1 Bert Cornelius was in Richmond Friday Len B Adams is working in Lawson Missouri Mrs E 11 Yociim was at homo to all her Huren friends Tuesday afternoon Mrs Dinsmoro and her friend Miss Crawford left Tuesday for the Worlds Fair Mrs K U Putnam left Monday to attend the Garrard County Institute at Lancaster George Dick returned Tuesday from a months vacation at his home in Hamilton Ohio Mrs K U 1iitnnm and daughter Iluth returned Saturday from a visit with her parents at Ashland Ill Misses Nell Burdetto and Rose Parks entertained partyof friends at their home Thursday night J Thoniison Baker Superintend ent of the Temple Texas city schools is visiting friends Tear Wallaceton Mrs Anna Butner of Lexington is the guest of her grandparents Mr mid Mrs Win Butner of Kingston Miss Ethel Todd left Thursday to sjHnd a months vacation with lieu and Mrs Win Lodwick at Shiocton WisChas Chit while working with the engineers making surveys for tilt waterworks was badly jxoisoued by poison vine IJobt L Coyle returned Monday from a visit at his homo at Locust Branch Estill Co and brought two 1friends with him- cahlegrmnA troll Miss Anna Hanson slates that Silt reached the home of Miss Della Wolcott in Jamaica W I in safety Kev II J Derthick expects to leave with his family about Septem her to teach in the Academy at Hazel Green Wolf county With Harvey Ramsey as pitcher and Isom Smith as catcher the Flat River Mo baseball team won from the Elvins Mo team with a score of 12 to O Mrs Harry Burton died Monday morning The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational church lieu M K Pasco of ficating Mrs Nettie Mann of Ol erlin Ohio und Miss Nora Burdette of Cleveland Ohio are visiting at the homo of their parents Mr anti Mrs Josiah Burdetto Prof and Mrs 14V Dodge leave today noon for the G A It Encamp ment at Boston Mass und will re main after the Encampment for a few weeks visit with friends in Bos ton and vicinity- A Third Party Social was given by the Christian Endeavor Society of the Union church at thin Parish House Wednesday night During the evening an opal ring was pres Hiited to Afrs E 11 Yocum by the young jHople of the town A Chance to Earn Some Money- to IK applied on incidental fees is offered young women or parents who will have children in school this fall in cleaning the College buildings Persons wishing this work applyat once to Mrs Frank Hays or Treasurer T J Osborne Singleofon MHMM + H H +Hrr College Items HERE AND THERE W E Rix returned Tuesday to work in tho Printing Office Miss Caroline L Mason of Chicago will return for tho fall term Dr Hubbell left Saturday for a two weeks trip through Ohio John Leahy a brother of Thos Leahy will enter Berea College this fall Alsou Baker of Panola visited at tho homo of Mrs E H Yocum Sat urdayE Taylor is working nt Dayton Ohio His address is 51X Pontiac street Miss Alice Bur Ians mother and sister Lilias will return with her to Berea this full Roberts is working in Hamilton Ohio His address is 31I South Fourth St Miss Ida L Brooks spent Thurs day and Friday in Hamilton Ohio having her eyes treated Ulysses Burgess who has lieu working near Willoughby Ohio this summer is again in Berea Mr A E Percy is now representing tho Keystone Vim company in tho vicinity of Milwaukee Wisconsin Miss Harriett IL Marthens and her friend Miss Wilson of Cincinnati are spending two weeks with Berea friends Gee W Frazier who has lx en spending the summer in Virginia writes that he will bo in school again tilt coming year Paul S Burgess of Foster H L a former student who expected to return for the fall term now plans to enter the Rhode Island College of Agricultural nnd Mechanic Arts- Y D Smith who graduated from the Normal Department last spring is now pastor of tilt First Methodist church at Wood River Nebraska and is meeting with good success in his workMrs ids Jackson wife of J II Jackson a Berea graduate formerly President of Lincoln University at Jefferson Mo and now Editor fII paper in Colorado Springs Colo is visiting at the home of A W Titus ranclunl Ilounrkreper- We hoar raid we read mud we talk about the woman who Is employed downtown Every woniiui who Is responsible for tile home and household duties Is or should be quite as much of a business woman us her olllce slater A few business principles applied to the mniingciucnt of tile house would change many homes from chaos to paradise Punctuality Is one of the first prin ciples of a business emu It should be one of the first principles of the hoiuekeeper How many women regularly practice punctuality How ninny mnkc a business of hav lug breakfast on time How many lire sure that luncheon Is placed before the children promptly A childs favorite excuse for afternoon tardiness nt school Is Mother didnt have lunch on time Punctuality In the home Is there Im portant than punctuality In business for the hoinpkeeppr Is responsible fur the habits of the children of the home aud tin formation of character Is more Important than the management of sly branch of business Falie Iuvrr He Is n callous Individual who after breaking n girls heart will congratu late himself upon having got out of his engagement lie Is the type of taw false lover for he will promptly go and make love to some other girl He Ig III ways In love with some one In his own Midrt lived fashion Hellevlng himself to be truly In love he sets about mnk lag the girl return his affection nnd after much wooing she may give htm the love of her life Once engaged the false lover gives up much of his lovemaking nnd his weak nffwtlon dies completely out lIe has not intended to be linnl hearted It Is only that he does not feel so keen upon marrying as he did He begins to picture some other Ideal and before long things have conic to such a puss that he feels he must jilt the girl he tins asked to marry him must throw her over and be free again Hard It may be for the girl but If she only could see It In the right light how thankful she should be that she has escaped For n loveless husband Is far fur worse than the Inv constant lover McCalls Magazine A Real Daughter of the Revolution Such U the title of the churning serial 14r1 which will begin U our nut tine Itlta Story of Love and War ia the dale wbea ear forefathers wen flfbtine for American freedom ud tens well tilt bletoty of toe Yorktown eaaptlfa WATCH OUR NEXT ISSUE for the opening chapters for It U II tory that once tutuwill U teal with tnter eettotbeeod look for the Utto A Rut Daughter of the Berotetioo II CantlMiie mm flint rage GLASGOW CATHEDRAL intercession of tho saints they may releasedOf the priests were umvill 111111thopeoplo who rend tho Bible and ox plained it to tho 1xt1pl0 The He formation was a terrible struggle and cost thousands of lives but at last Germany Sweden Scotland mjd Englauf got free from tho church of Rome leaving poor Prance Italy and dayAllthrough my mind us entered this grand Glasgow Cathedral from which the altar had IHIMI removed and tit images taken down Tho floor was provided with pown so that the true worship of 3od with Bible reading cud preaching could IM provided for lint iKst of nil the pictures of the saints had been removed from the windows and replaced by real Bible scenes aud Bible texts There siege Christ explaining tho Great Com mandment love to God and to man There was till woman to whom he said Grout is ihjaIth and till great text I was a stranger aud ye took mo in- Auotiler thing stnmgo to usisi the burial of Ixxlies iu tho lIIIItlntll itself The hx rs and walls are covered with gravestones many of which are very impressivn in telling of the noble lives of tlufco who hart gone iKforo us and commemoratingi the affection of relatives and fritIIlsI Glasgow is the city ofship ing shipbuilding with ntevl instead of wtxxl It also has a great shipping business with all parts of tilt world and milts of docks where vessels are loading and unloading TIll first steamengino was made iu jhiHgow by las Watt iu 175J Ini tilt Public Square wero statues of Queen Victoria Gladstone Living stoUt the explorer of Africa Walter Scott and IOMM Burns We have Hfii reading Se tts tale The Heart of Midlothian and advise all our friends who have not done in read it to get an idea of Scotland Next limit two may toll of our visit to the homeof a Uerea student whose parents live in till Scottish II igh amis An Aolrrjl Story For Little PolHs Bears Good Fortune The boars hUll n nice house which they rented from Mr Camel and they wished to remain there till rest of their days for they were getting along In years and did not relish the Idea of molnIable to have everything our own way In this world and so it proved to be with the hears One day Mr Cnnicl decided that he would like to live In eta TEARS SVI1EAMEI OUT OP TllUIlt Ins that house himself and he sent word to the move Mr OlltIken to do for look an hard as they could they were unable to tlnd another house Into which to move When tlr lily came for the bears to get out they did not know where to go Hut go they had to and go they did Down tilt road they marched side by side while great big tars streamed out of their eyes When they reached the lop of n hill nlmut a mile from the house they hind Just left they turned to take a fare well look at It And what do you think The house lint disappeared They hind no more than got out of It when n big gust of wind cnmo slung and blew It down In a inns of plnnks nnd boards upon the ground Not one place remained attached to allotherIWhat n lucky thing for claimed Mr Hear Joyfully If we had not got out when we did we would have been crushed to pieces And Indeed they would have been They were certainly fortunate for a little further on down the road they found the tiger family moving out ot- a real nice house and tilt bears lit cured that one und lived there until the end of their days Chicago Trlb uuv LINCOLN f I will be true to truth I swear it by Tim Slag the Union and the lifted ban Though all men were against me I should cry The brotherhood of man NEW SCHOOL BOOK LAW It Will Be In Full Force Beginning September Frankfort Iy Aug 10Gov Deck ham Tuesdny Issued a proclamation that tho now school book law would bo In full force on and niter Septum ber 1 tho American Hook Co having signed tho contract to furnish tho books and having given n JGOOO bond Thoso counties that already have contracts with tho book company may also receive tho benefit of the now law It they wish and nt tho end of tho years contract these counties must put nsldo alj old contracts or ant for tho severe penalty prescribed by tho Cantrlll law- IMMEDIATE MARRIAGE It Followed Mott Ayres Proposal To Miss Coleman Mt Sterling Ky Aug 10J Moti Ayres deputy state Insurance commissioner of Frankfort nnd Miss Mary Miller Coleman of this city wont to Loulsvlllo Tuesday nail wero married Miss Coleman Is the daughter of fj Coleman an Insurance man Sho was In Olympian Springs visiting when Mr Ayres proposed an Immediate mar rlage and she agreed Tho wedding was a surprlso to every ono ills Coleman Is a pretty girl and a reign ing society belle Mr Ayres Is editor of tho Fulton Leader and ono of tho best known democratic politicians in tho state Man Crushed to Death Newport Ky Aug 10A dispatch from Yaktma Wash telling of tho death of Philip Weber has been re ceived by Thomas Hotklns Weber wilts crushed to death while working In a lumber yard by tho falling of a pile of heavy timbers Ho formerly lived In Bellevue and went west a year or two 1110IMlddlesboro Ky Aug 10Stud and John Uullard are charged with murdering robbing and placing tho body of Dave Hendrlcks on tho South Urn track near Arthur eight miles from hero whore tho body was found terribly mangled by trainmen Tho Mallard brothers intro not been cap Lured Louisville Leaf Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Aug IOTho offerings on tho tobacco breaks Tuesday woro confined to a small supply of dark tobacco only one hogshead of burley being on tho market Eighty four heads of dark were sold There were no change In prices Tho dark ranged from 275 to 9 Covington Man Missing Covlngton Ky Aug toTho disap penranco ot D II Rcavcy of 28 West Twelfth street Covlngton was report ed to tho local police Last Saturday hOlllltnllbutwithout permission and his where abuts are unknown An Artisan Dies Suddenly Dayton Ky Aug 10Strong andI healthy and apparently In the of health death came like a flash to Louis Held 39 a foreman In the Wadsworth watch case factory Dayton Ky TIllS day afternoon Heart disease the cause Held Without Bond Lexington Ky Aug 10 Ephralm Hohannon tho Negro charged with trlnllfuClllaydefendant Tho Negro was held to tlio grand Jury without bond Suffering From Religious Mania Lexington Ky Aug 10Mrs Char once K Woods of Richmond was placed In tho Eastern Kentucky asy lum Tuesday suffering from rollllou9I mania She Is tho wlfo of 0 McCrcarys private secretary Woman In Male Apparel Henderson Ky Aug 10Tho body ot a woman in male nttlro was found under tho debris following the Spotfa irlllo bridge disaster It Is thougti that skit was the companion ot an Itinerate umbrella mender An Aiutrlrun C iiinlr The recent marriage of Miss Cornelia Roosevelt Hcovcl second cousin of President Roosevelt to Count Hlccnr lo Fnbbricottl which took place In Florence excited much Interest In BO dal circles In this country Countess tabbrlcotU is nu accomplished must ntw FATAL COLLISION Passenger Train lilt by Freight Cars nail Two of the Coaches Were Overturned THE WRONG SIGNAL WAS GIVEN Mrs C C Schwartz and Her Four Little Children ol Jnrrott lad Were Instantly Killed Father and Husband It Among the Seriously InJuredA Rigid Exami nation as to the Cause of the Accident to Be Made Chicago Aug 10A mother and her four little children wcro killed and n number of other persons seriously Injured III a collision Tuesday night between n westbound Hnltlmoro Ohio local passenger train known nil No 17 and a Chicago Erie freight train at the llrlKhton Park railroad crossing nt Western uvenuo nail West 39th street The collision followed a frantic effort on tho part of tho cross lug llagmnn to change tho course of tho height train tho crow of which ho lead given a signal that all was clear fur them to buck over tho Haiti moro Ohio tracks Tho passenger train which was ap proaching rapidly was struck by tho freight curs and two of the coaches were overturned Ono of this freight cars crashed through the woodwork of one of tho conches whom tho flvo who were killed were seated They were a fatally of six anti C C Schwartz the Gather was tho only ono who often with his life Al though taken from tho wreck uncon scious and sulfuring from broken bones and bruises It Is believed that his In juries will not prove fatal Tho mother and tho four children wcro killed InstantlyThe Is a list of killed and Injured In the wreck Dead Sire C C SchwartzX38 years old Garrett Ind three boys children of Mrs Schwartz ranging In ages from to 11 yiwrs little girl daughter of Mm Schwartz Tho Injured C C Schwartz Oar melt Ind thigh broken left log crushed taken to Mercy hospital Mr Schwartz is tho fattier of the four children and husband of tho woman killed Michael Cu ak conductor In charge of tho Chicago Erie which was running on tho IanHandIo tracks Body bruised and Internally Injured C W Jones Mansfield 0 conductor on Baltimore ft Ohio train right log broken and body bruised Miss Jcnnlo Sunderland Sioux City body bruised and wrist sprained Minn Nelllo Hrtmu Now York city hotly bruised anti internally Injured C O II Arnold Chicago thrown from tho rear platform of Baltimore Ohio train hotly bruised Mrs IL K Pry and nephew both severely Injured A rigid Investigation will bo rondo to determine who was responsible for the accident Coroner John K Tree gel as soon as notified of tho wreck hastened crsonally with a force 01 men to tho steno to determine where tho blamo lies Tho officials of the Chicago Krlo and tho Baltimore Ohio rondo also sent agents to the scene of tho wreck and declare that they will Set to It that tho guilty an punished ntIBenjamin K Waller conductor of the freight train that caused tho disaster and a number of other trainmen Waller In his statement to tho police declared that tho signal man In an adjoining tower was to blamo for tin accident as ho according to Waller gave the signal for tho freight to come ahead giving it tho right of way Aft er It hind started ho reversed the sag nal but it was then too late to prevent tho collision KILLED THROUGH MISTAKE John Casey Stabbed to Death A B McCoy at Paola Kan Iaola Kan Aug l0John Casoy aged 30 years stabbed A S McCoy aged 35 hers Tuesday McCoy died Instantly When arrested Casey said ho killed McCoy through mistake thinking ho was ono of tho bosses at tho Standard Oil pipe line where both mon woro employed McCoy lived In Marietta 0 and Casey como from Torrlngton Ct Aged Couple Killed By a Train Hldeowood N J Aug 10 Hudson Conkling 81 years old and his wife aged 85 woro killed Tuesday by the Mlddlctown express on tho Erie road between this place and Underdid The bodies wore mangled horribly Is Now a Free Man St Josoph Mo Aug 10 William Coatcs Negro 22 left tho criminal court room a free man after havln been tried five times for tho murder of his mother two years ago and having been twlco sentenced to death Charged With Stealing Diamonds Chicago Aug 10 Kvelyno Rogers wanted In Now Bedford Mass on a charge of having stolen 3000 worth of diamonds was turned over to the New Bedford authorities on a writ ol extradition Big Plant Destroyed By Fire St Louis Aug 10Tho plant of tho American Refrigerator Transit Co was almost entirely destroyed by fire entailing a loss of about 250000 One hundred refrigerator cars wore do stroyod Lr A SWoot Broath- is n never failing sign of a healthy stomach When tho breath is had tho stomach is out of order Thorn In no rcnnodj In tho world equal to Kodol Dyspopsin Curo for curing indigestion dyspepsia and nil stonmch disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of Whilo Plains Ky writes I have boat n dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By tho use of Kodol I began to improve at onco nnd after taking a few bottles am fully roHtorwl in weight health niul Hlrmigth aid can eat whatovor I liko Kodol Iii goslR what you ont anti nwkos tho btomnih sweet Sold by Kant End Drug C- oFarm For Sale Small farm on Scaffold Cano nltout H Miles from IJerea Cottngo House J 1huilllhJIIYard Young of shout m HenrinK true Good Unnlun nnver failing water RIo good spring with IInllHejInelrill up for cash C M SEE Boron Ky Dewitt Is thin Namo Uluiijon go lo buy Witch lit zul Salvo look for the munn DrWMT on every lot Tho pun iiitBdiltnriittxl Witch hazel in used in pinking IV WilfHWilch HHXOI Hnlvo which tlill bat NHVU in tint world tot cut burns IImIHIII tai irmu and piltvi Tim jwpulnrity ot DoVUil Witch Hrzil Salvo dun to ins miiir iMirtfl has CHUMS iiuuiiuoim woilhlofti rounttrffllH to bo plttcml on the mnrkot Tilt genuine Iwnrn tho nniiH E C DitWitt k Co Chicago Soll bj East End Drug Co C M Mulllns B F Goforth The New Grocers WII linen added to our stock L of grocorien tho host lint of Uptodate Ladies and Mens Shoes nnd Mens work SllaS coIr offered in llrivn Our stock cloHii anil new nnd wn can will chf npir hfcniiMt wn buy for rnh nntl still for cash M Coins and oxnmino before buying olwjwhoro r Mullins Goforth 1 Main Street Itorwi Kr t Tho Doath PonnityeA little thing Homotimoi results in death Thus n mere mrntch insignif lentil cilia or puny Imils hnvo pnid this loath jHimlty it iff u iSO to hMo Buoklous Arnica Salvo over Mandy Its tho lest Snlvo on earth and will prevent fatality when Burn Sorts Chests nail Piles threaten Only Ufa nt East Knd Drug COB Drug Store u WANTEDIu NICK COUNTItY HAMSHnrbor Ii Ilugiioly Hichmond Ky FOR SALE SUKUV and set of Single IlntncvM Can on C C lihodiiN If hllprooclIlimits of Reran on tho Boron nnd lug cottnllNocu buildings For further inform ation call on or ruldriwH II J Pigg Beren Ky 811 IMPROVED OT A BLUEGRASS Farm 0 milpH from Bores Call on or writo to M Boon Kingston Ky 8 18 FARM OF 72 Afino land 2j miles west of bras Good 8 room dwel ling good barn and outbuilding good orchard good water Price aid terms Call on or write J P Bickiioli Boron Ky 18 BUILDING LOTS in Heron ha longing to the John G Fee estate Special inducements to purchaser of entire tract J P Bicknoll Boron Ky A PURE BRED YEARLING Hereford bull a Rood ono on or write Joe T Jones Creek Ky 8 CallJ Bishop Joseph S Key Southern M E Church writes Wognvi Dr TonlhhlRPowdersthe happiest results The efltHtH were almost magical anti certainly morn satisfactory that from we ToothlugPowtlOnl tho Effects of the Summers Heat THE STRIKERS UPHELD All Chicago Unions Will Give Moral and Financial Aid The Membership Numbers Nearly 300r 000 Each Member to Be Assessed a 8mall Amount Each Week Creating a Large Fund Chicago Aug 6The packers oa Thursday Introduced a distinct nov elty In strikebreaking train load of immigrants said to be direct from El Us Island Tho Immigrants wore un loaded at obscuro spots about tho yards and woro smuggled In groups of ten or twolvo to the various depart b pudot resentatives of tho packers were rclt orating the declaration made Wednesday that scores of applicants for work ore being turned away bocauso only skilled men aro being offered employ ment There was no mlxtaklng tho Imml grants who compose the latest acqui sitions to tho packers forco besieged In tho stockyards The recruits wero loaded down with bozos bags and bundles wrapped In cloths all speaking eloquently of Med iterranean points Others carried big grips and some few the small box llko trunks frequently scon In tho luggage of stccrago passengers from Ilaltlo ports Jealously clinging to these precious possessions and staggering under their weight the immigrants woro quietly taken from control points to tho de t partments whoro the Imported men entered upon active duty Chicago Aug SII tho labor un ions in Chicago havo endorsed tho stockyards strike After listening to tho strikers side of tho controversy which was presented to them by Ml drool J Donnelly president of tho striking butchers union tho Chicago Federation of Labor which Is com posed of every labor organization In Chicago and has a membership of nearly 300000 adopted resolutions Sunday night pledging the moral and financial support of tho federated body as long as tho strike continues Each member of the central body will be asiemed a small sum per week and the whole amount will be turned over to tho striking unions to help In tho support of the strikers und their fnml lies during the struggle wltn tho pack ers Tho handllofresults Monday Whllo the offlclnls of the federation of labor woro unablo Sunday night to give an exact esti mate of tho amount of money tho strikers would secure from this source fit was stated that tho total sum would bo well up In tho thousands 4each week n flcht which lasted for near ly four weeks a settlement of tho stockyards strike seems to bo as re mote as at any time since tho strug glo for supremacy began Neither sldo to tho conflict during nil thin time has shown any signs of weaken V ingTho packers whllo claiming that they will soon have their affairs In i normal condition again so successful have they been In securing nonunion workmen still admit that so far thoy have been able to get but CCO of their old employee back and that tho major ity of their mon are unskilled work era In tho last statement given out bY tho packers It was said that nearly alt as many men wero nt work now as before tho strike began These then have been brought to Chicago from nil parts of tho country tho ma jority of them having never seen a meat packing plant before coming hero With these men tho packers have succeeded In accomplishing n great deal of work but according to the strikers ovary animal that has been slaughtered slnco the strike was called has boon at a financial loss to tho packers as In tho majority of cases n lack of skilled workmen has made It Imposslblo to operate tho byproducts department and this source of revenue which under normal con ditions Is n clear profit to tho pack ors has been allowed to go to waste TWO YEARS SERVICE IN ALASKA Transport Buford With Troops Aboard Arrives at Seattle Wash Seattle Wash Aug STbo United States transport Duford line arrived from Nomo and Skngwny Alaska with seven companies of infantry aboard Companies A D 0 and D of tho United States Infantry go to Fort Slocum N Y and Companies I and M of the same regiment to Fort Ni I agara N Y Those troops havo just completed two years service at Alaska army posts Lost Her Life For Her Sisters Charleston S 0 Aug 8Miss Em ma Laird aged 22 daughter of John Laird a contractor of Aikon 8 C was drowned in the surf at Sullivans Island Sunday afternoon whllo at tempting to save her younger sister at the Age of 134 Years Pa Aug 8Mrs Mary JDied died at her homo in Kerr suburb of Moadvillo aged 134 years Mrs Murphy was born In Dublin Ireland on Christmas day 1770 and came to America In May 1870 The Blind Comedian Expires Philadelphia Aug 8Max Arnold Hose known in tho theatrical profes lion as Max Arnold tho blind comedian died hero Sunday in a sanltarl tn after an illness of several months As was 43 years pJ J THROUGH A BRIDGE Train Plunged Into the River and Sev eral Persons Were Drowned Pueblo Col Aug 8Tho Missouri Pacific flyer No 11 which left Den ver on the Denver Rio tirando tracks for this city at 6 oclock Sun day afternoon and due to reach Pu ebbs at 816 a m went through a bridge at Pinon at 760 oclock Sun day night The engine and five coaches wero wrecked Tho accident was caused by the heavy rain which weakened tho bridge- It Is reported that between 80 and 60 people have been drowned In tho wreck near Pinon many of them Puoblo residents A call for volunteers has boon mado on Puoblo and every available man Is being sent to tho scene The train dropped Into Fountain river Wrecking trains have boon sent to tho scene from Pueblo carry ing physicians A message from the Pinon railroad agent who returned to that placo late Sunday night from tho scono of tho wreck said that ho could find no trace of tho onglno and thrco of tho cars Ho found tho fireman wandering about In a dazed condition looking for tho engineer and could hoar the cries of tho unfortunate In distress 110 said that Conductor J II Smith Engineer Hlnmnn and Brakeman J J Turner were among tho dead The bodies of threo young women unidentified washed down Fountain river worn found late Sunday night n half mile from tho scene of the wreck JI Klllen a Pueblo busl nose roan Injured but not seriously was washed down the river a distance of a mile when ho was enabled to crawl out onto tho brink Tire prospects of recovering further bodies Sunday night seems slim Fire Chief Ringer of Puoblo has gathered a forco of men who will drag tho riv er at daylight INTERNATIONAL UNION The Printers 50th Annual Convention Opened at 8t Louis St Louis Aug SWhen tho COth annual convention of tho International Typographical union opened hero Mon day representatives of tho printing trades from all sections of the United States Including the new possessions and Canada were present Six hun dred and fifty delegates have been elected to represent tbo various print era unions at tho convention which Is being held In convention hall on the Worlds fair grounds and It is esti mated that 1000 visitors will attend The sessions which will extend over tho entire week will bo consumed with legislative work with the ex caption of Wednesday which has been set aside as International Typograph ical Union day An Interesting program has been prepared for the occa flon A picric at which there wero athletic contests was held Monday for tho delegates A barbecue was the great fraturo of tho occasion About GOOO persons attended WILL CALL ON THE PRESIDENT Eight Native Filipinos Leave 8t Louis For Washington St Louis Aug SIa response to a telegram received Sunday from Col Edwards chief of tho bureau of Insu PresidentIexposition Mr Fred Lewis manager of tho Moro village and Dr T X Hunt In charge of tho Igorroto vII lage on tho Philippine reservation- loft Sunday night for Washington with eight natives of tho Islands Tho del egation Included Antonio chief of tho Jon toe Igorrotcs Ducassan chief of CholIDntto Fccundo prime minister of tho rajah of Nudah Nundl the overlord of tho Samal Moros Noted Bridge Builder Dead Elmira N Y Aug 8 Gustavus W Naglo a noted bridge builder died at his home hero Ho was born In Germany During tho civil war ho or ganized and superintended tho brldgo corps of tho United States military railroads department Mexican Woman 160 Years Old Chihuahua Mex Aug 8Sonora Margarita Jaramlllo who resides at C P Dlaz stato of Coahulla Is ICO years old Sho was born in 1754 in the city of Monclova whoro tho date of her birth Is recorded in tho church resistor National Republican Headquarters Now York Aug STho republican national headquarters was formally opened Monday by Chairman Cartel you and such members of the actlvo committee as was in tho city There was no ceremony Worlds Fair Attendance 8t Louis Aug STho past week was tho best in point of attendance up to tho present For tbo first time tho COOOOO mark was passed tho total for the week being 601411 Tho total attendance to date is C2G8988 Lynched By His Own Race Belrao Ala Aug 8 Edmund Boll Negro was taken from throe consta bIos by a masked mob of about 300 of his race eight miles from Selma and hanged to a tree and his body riddled with bullets Tuesday night Doll as auilnatod Houston Scruggs Negro Will Represent Illinois Springfield Aug 8oov Yates has detailed Col Walter Floldhouso Inspector general of tho I N G to represent Illinois at tho military ma neuvers which will commence at Fort Manoaaas about September 1 A JAPANESE CHUISEH Reported She Struck a Mine and Sank There Has Been No Important En gagements In the Vicinity of Port Arthur Since the 26th of July London Aug riThe war news in the London Friday morn dlsIpatcbelfrom Jan Kurokls headquarters In tho field are printed but thoy glvo no additional Information to that already known The Dally Malls correspondent with Gen Kurokl describes tho sufferings of tho men from tho heat lie says that ono regiment maddened by thirst rushed Into a river under tho full Russian firo and drank at tho peril of their lives The tropical heat continues and there have been many sunstrokes Berlin Aug G1ho National Zol tung prints a private telegram from Toklo dated August In which it is stated that there are five Japanese divisions before Port Arthur part of thorn within three and a half miles of tho fortress and that there aro altogether 20 divisions In Manchuria Tho telegram says that Toklo Is expecting tho fall of Port Arthur and tho capltu lotion of Gen Kuropatkln on tho Santo dayLondon Aug SNo further news from Port Arthur has reached London and there Is no confirmation of tho rumored fall of the fortress Gen Okus detailed report shows that only small rear guard actions were Involved In tho Japanese occu pation of tho NalchcngNowchwang lino up to noon of August 3ITho Dally Telegraphs correspond ent hears that owing to tho Impossi bility of floating a foreign loan Rus sin has decided to raise an interna tional loan of 175000000 and also to establish an Incomo tax The Times correspondent at Toklo under date of August 7 says that there are unofficial reports there that tho Japanese havo captured commanding positions north and northeast of Port Arthur at a dlstanco of 2760 yardI from tho main lino of Russian de Foo Aug STbo Japanese forco which captured Wolfs hill Is now Intrenched In the valley about twothirds of a mile from the fortress of Port Arthur- A Japanese cruiser Is alleged to have struck a mine and to have sunk Immediately in the vicinity of Cristo va battery Tho Russian crulsor Bayan has a small hole above her water line which was Inflicted by tho explosion of a wino which had floated to the harbor entrance Tho Japanese have occupied Louisa bay landing troops with the probable Intention of attacking west of tbo city There has been no Important fighting In tho vicinity of Port Arthur slnco July 26 Tho Russian artillery bar rassus tho Japanese who aro attempt ing to advance their trenches Tho abovo information was brought hero Sunday by Russian refugees who left Port Arthur tho 4th Inst St Petersburg Aug SA telegram from Cho Foo dated August 7 says that according to Chinese information a fierce battle was fought on the land side of Port Arthur August 6 Tho Japaneso are reported to havo been repulsed with great loss the killed alone being estimated at 10000 whllo tho Russians lost about 1000 Tho telegram says that Lieut Gen Stocsr sal was personally in command and that tbo conduct of the Russian troops was splendidILlao Yang Aug STho Japanese nro advancing on Mukden and It is probable that a simultaneous attack will bo made on Mukden and Llao Yank In which case a decisive battle Is assured Toklo Aug Soen Kurokl reports that ho buried tho bodies of 512 Rue slans on tho battlefields of Yushullk su and Yangtzullng In these actions he reports tho capture of 268 Russians eight of whom were officers JOSEPH LEITER Sold His Mine Stockade and the Town of Zelgler to a Syndicate Carbondale III Aug SJoseph Loi ter has sold his mine stockade and tho town of Zolglor Tho deed con voys 7500 acres of land Including tho town of Zolglcr in Franklin county to tho Zelglor Coal Co a corporation chartered in Delaware several months ago for a consideration of 498600 Senator Hannas Niece Weds Colorado Springs Col Aug SIn- a pretty pink and white homo wed ding tho principals woro a niece to tho lato Senator Mark Hanna MIss Grace Muller Hanna of Rochester N Y and Ralph Wilson Bramble a Den Tar business man The Report Not Confirmed Panama Aug 8No information has boen received at tho American legation hero from Bogota regarding re ports circulated in tho United States and said to have been sent out from Panama that an outbreak occurred at Bogota Friday France Will Send Troops London Aug SFranco according tb a Paris dispatch is about to send 8000 troops to Tonquln In response to a request from the commanding general for aid against a threatened Boxer uprising on ftp Chinese border A Days Doings in Kentucky AFTER FIVE DAYS A Self Sldin Womans Body Found In a House Bellevue Ky Aug 8 Selfslain and in on advanced stage of decom position tho body of Sarah E Deaupre was found In her little cottage Sunday morning A letter In tho room whore the body was found was addressed to the sweetheart of the suicide re preaching him for deserting her Tho Identity of Sarah E Beaupro Is a mystery to the residents of Bellevuo All that is known of her is that she appeared in tho town a year and n half ago and purchased a small cot tags at 121 Retreat street of Oscar Hanna Sho led a quiet lifo and appeared to desire that her neighbors keep their distance It was generally supposed that she was married as a man appeared at tho house once In about two weeks remaining there for n few days Tho neighbors concluded this man tho husbandwas of tho wom an ho visited and tho woman did noth- Ing by word or action to disturb this theory Tho mystery In the case Is the Identity of the woman DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS It Will Be Selected By the Meeting at Louisville Louisville Ky Aug 8The state willimeetwill bo tho election of a secretary and tho establishment of headquarters Adjt Gen Percy Haly will bo tho sec rotary It Is conceded as he Is an applicant and the majority of tho mom bers are favorable to his candidacy Ho acted In tho same capacity last year and was Chairman S W Hagcrs right hand man at headquarters Louis Vile and Frankfort havo been mention td for headquarters and there is some sentiment In favor of the latter place but Louisville will probably bo select dd IPASSION PLANT BLOOMS A Work of Nature That Attracts Widespread Attention- Newport Ky Aug 8A work of nature that Is attracting attention in Newport is widespreadi plant owned by Albert ton street This plant rarely blossoms but Mr Strieker has ono that Is cov fred with flowers They are In five colors and many shads of purple pink and green and are considered a great curiosity WhippingI the order of Judge Riley another public whipping took place In tho courthouse square The victim was William Ha fey who had been caught In the act of rifling tho cash drawer of John usher a local grocer Ho took the whipping in lieu of 60 days In the workhouse and his grandmother np plied the lashes with a buggy whip This Is the fourth whipping In publlo under Judge Rlleys orders Killed By His Brother Campton Ky Aug SDuring a family quarrel In Landsaw Wolfe county Sylvester Robbins shot and In stantly killed his half brother John Adams Their father had chastised a slater for leaving homo and the broth ers interfered each taking different sides In tho controersyIPeach Stone Coln ton Ky Aug Brankamp tho young man 8EdwnrdI dentally swallowed a peach day evening was relieved tho obstruction In his throat After working several hours tho physicians succeeded In forcing tho stono bis stomach IntoI Increase In Oil Production Lexington Ky Aug 8 KcntuckyTcnnesso oil fields last week wero scattered over a consider able territory Wayne county tho center of attention furnished 10 com pletions with n yield of 250 barrels Ono strike was made in Knox county No Credit Given By Grocers Lexington Ky Aug SWhat is known as the credit system is to discontinued by tho local grocers boI Tuesday They will Incorporate Retail Grocers association and ono its principal objects Is to stop tho custom of giving credit to customers Gives Up Life For a Dog Lexington Ky Aug SIn attempt ing to rescue a neighbors dog from In front of an Interurban car Mrs Robert Evans 67 wife of a farmer was struck and Instantly killed The tragedy occurred near this city on the rare traction lino- Summer Garden Burns Fort Thomas Ky Aug SFlro destroyed tho summer garden of Domi nick Dietrich Sunday afternoon caus ing a loss of nearly 8000 The chief lire loss Is to tho beautiful grove of largo shade trees nearly all of which wore killed Brakeman Foot Crushed Covington Ky Aug 8James Ham lln a brakeman on the L ft N rail road made a misstep while coupling cars at Twelfth and Washington Btrectn and bad his right foot badly crushed It was necessary to amputat- eIt Burial of Oliver W Root Newport Ky Aug8f1ho funeral services over tho lato Oliver W Root were hold Sunday at his homo and were largely attended HIS TENTH BIRTHDAY He has Bald good by to till rocking hone And thegamd to Play While the house of blocks lien a tumbled heap He U ton years old today The soldier of tin In Its suit of blue With trimmings of finest geld Is behind the door unnoticed nw Its owner IP ten years old The top and drum have lout the charm Which was theirs for many a day And the woolly sheep gives a lonely Baa For the boy who lase gone away himAndCannot restore the cvrls and kilt Of her boy who Is i in years old The little Ind wll4 sat on her tap And rocked but leatrrday Illn feet now loud the door of course For hea ten years old today D A Pitman In Farm Journal LITTLE GIRLS READY WIT Noted Methodist Preacher Tells How He Profited by Bright Child Quick Beply The newlyelected Methodist bishop Dr William Burt of Rome is noted for his cheerful and placid manner Nothing over ruffles him lie is never heard to complain say an exchange- A clergyman complimented Dr Burt ono day on his good disposition You never growl about anything be said No miter what kind of a meal Is set before you you eat it cheerfully If you are feeling poorly you conceal It How did you manage to acquire such a fine habit of good humored tolerance and resignation Maybe the remark of a child that I once overheard helped me to learn to complain and grumble as little as possible said Dr Burt While I was studying at Wllbraham academy I spent a few days with this childs father a good man but a chronic growler We were all sitting In the parlor one night when the question of food arose The child a little girl told cleverly what each member of the household liked best Finally it came to the fathers turn to be described And what do I like Nancy ho said laughing You said the little girl slowly well you like most anything wo havent pat- Canine School of Etlquett A school for dogs has been established In Paris The object is to teach thum politeness The animals are trained to welcome visitors by jump Ing up wagging the tall and giving a low bark When the visitor leaves the dog accompanies him to the door con stantly wagging his tall and bows his farewell by bending his head to the floor He Is trained likewise to pickup a Handkerchief glove or fan that owner has been dropped and return It to the How Squaws Cook Their Food I L r WONDER If any of tho boys and girls know how the Indian squaws cooked their food Well Ill tell you and then you can see how you would save liked that kind of a cook stove While the squaw was mashing the corn or nuts that she was going to cook the children gathered the dry leaves and twigs to start the fire with They put them on the top of a pile of stones You will see why later Now everything was ready to start the fire The squaw had no matches so sho took two pieces of stone flint and struck them together until she got a spark You all have seen the sparks come from the street when the horses hoof struck the stones This is the kind of a spark that the squaw makes to light her fire with Ask your grandmother or grand father or any very old man to tell you If they remember how fire used to be made with flint After the fire was made how do you suppose she did her cooking She had ao pots pans or kettles So she filled I WEAR A STRANGE COSTUMI Indian Medicine Men Dress in Beat Skins and Make Use of Queer Charms All tribes of red men have their doe tore or medicine men but many e1 them do not depend upon drugs ai curative agents It Is believed that die else Is some spiritual or mental Influ ence upon the physical part of the patient and can be charmed away The medicine men of the Apache Indian dress In bear skins as shown In the Illustration and carry a rattler made something after the manner of a tambourine also a wand made like a spear and loaded down with strips of differ ent colored skins or perhaps leaves and dried poisonous animals like the lizard The bear skin costume is also decked out with turtles poisonous reptiles spiders birds of prey etc Asa breastplece the bat is frequently AN APACHB MEDICINE MAN used The appearance of such a doctor is not only enough to frighten the bad spirit away but to terrify the patient If he has not become familiar with the Sioux Indians have a medicine man who chants about the sick crawl Ing upon hands and knees a portion of the time Then he pretends to get sick and groans gags and makes all sorts of grimaces and distressing sounds Finally he takes the patients hand and placing his lips to the palm pro tends to draw out the evil spirit then placing his face In a vessel of water he professes to see the Image of the animal the spirit of which hu taken possession of the sick one This animal is then whittled out of a piece of bark by the doctor and shot at by others of the tribe until the image is broken into atoms If this does not cure the sick one the same has to be repeated only the medlcln man sees different Images each time and whittles out different animals to be shot Peoples Home Journal Sad End of Faithful Dog In a dog cemetery In Paris there is a tombstone which bears this inscrip tlon to the memory of a brave St Bernard He saved the lives of N persons and was killed by the forty first one of her baskets with water I hear you laugh but It is true Some of these baskets she had made so fine and tight that they did not leak at all while others had to be covered over with pitch or gum that was made from the sap of trees Now what do you suppose the did Put the basket on the fire Oh nol because it would burn up She put the stones which the children had piled up under the fire ono at a time in the water and as each would get cold she took it out and put in another hot one oatil her water got so hot that it began to boll Then she was ready ta cook her corn or nuts or anything she wanted The picture shows her drop ping the stones Into the waUr Chicago Tribune Crabs of Enormous Size Some of the huge crabs found oa Ascension island are each a foot la length They hare been known U steal rabbits front their holes sad ds1 your them 9THECITIZEN Y Eastern Kentucky News No tonespondence published unless signed in fun by the writer The name II Dot for publicatiOll but al as eTldelico of good faith Write pWllly 11 11 11 I 111 11 I I 11 I I t I HI I H II II I I I I 11 11 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Aug 411m Becknell ami Rob ert Bocknell are working for tho O K LimlT CoMr Briggs is visiting his daughter in Ohio this week II W Briggs went to Heidelberg on business Steven tuff is moving from Berea Brack Baker is moving from Heidelbreg The boys of Dis trict No 18 p M Frye teacher had a fine game of baseball August 4 John Couch is visiting his sister in CaliforniaTwo fine sheep and a yearling were shot for last Saturday at Oak Grove Robert McGeorgo of Leslie Co is visiting his father anti mother in Owsley County Dary Carmack and L M Geyns visited Nancy Becknell August 4Widow McQueens family are just recovering from measles Leonard Becknell of Wilmore is visiting relatives at Boonoville JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Aug 8Mis Jane Witt visited Jacob Hellard Sunday James Ham mond who has been sick is able to go about again Uncle Jim is eightyfour years old Charley Hurst mid family visited John Day Saturday anilSunday Mrs Hannah Lakes visited her mother Mrs Jane Morris Saturday and Sunday James Standifer took dinner with Jacob Hellard Sunday D B Morris has been visiting his sonJanes Marcum and wife visited G W Hel lard Sunday Abel Bryant and wife of Indiana have been visiting in Jackson County this weekJohn Morris has gone to Indiana to work John Mullins United States Marshal passed through our neigh borhood recently Rev C A Van Winkle filled his appointment at the Hellard schoolhouse Saturday night and Sunday He had good crowds Harris Campbell of Big Hill is bucking staves near Clovor Bottom ALCORN Aug SV S Moyers loft this place Sunday for Cane Springs the home of his parents where he ox acts to remain until after the prim ary election for Congressman Mrs Martha A Williams who has been quite ill is no better Teachers who are interested in their pupils pur chasing the adopted text books will find them at the following places A II Williams of Alcorn Ky Albert Powell of Kirby Knob Ky Jas Hays Jr of McKee Ky Daniel Smyth of Egypt Ky Robert Strong of Anville Ky Andrew Isaacs of Isaacs Ky Every teachC er should urge his pupils to buy adopted hooka School at Alcorn conducted by Miss Pattie Moyers is progressing verynicelyIt is earnestly hoped that the percentage of attending in the public schools in this countywill be better than last year Last year only 43 percent of our boys and girls attended the public schools the full five months norerIthis year DRIP ROCK Aug 8C II Click of Kirby Knob visited friends at this place WehhI n ed new water works at his home by which water can lie brought 1000 feet in two minutesMiss Mary Parsons of Dryfork visited Miss Minnie Parsons Saturday and Sun clayFrank Hatfiold of Kirby Knob ifwas here last week in time photograph business A nice congregation was out Saturday night and Sunday to hear Rev Jones of Sand Gap Messrs J E Jones and E P Lain Ihart of Sand Gap spent Saturday with G M Parsons George Johnson of Moores Creek who is teaching near this place visited homo folks last week KERBY KNOB Aug SW R Ramsey and Hon Godfrey Hunter candidate for Con gross spoke at this place Saturday at 1 P A very large and enthusi astic crowd was presentA great number of sheep have been sold from this country lately at good prices Ep Bales starts for his homo in Virginia Thursday Mr mid Mrs Will D Azbill have a new baby girl Miss Fannie Hatfield who is teaching in Rockcastle County came to sec home folks a week ngoMiss 4 Alza McGuire visited relatives hero last woekMrs Maggie Hudson Ogg who went to Tennessee lust year is visiting at Hugh Boron Kingston and other placesA Sun dayschool was organized at the Branch schoolhouse last Sun withCltns Click us superinten 11Long Mrs Isaac Dean assistant sup erintcndent Misses Bertio Halt Mary Sparks and Mrs Dean teach ersLittle Venn Dean fell from the barn door and broke her atrnNm1 nie Click and Henry Combs are plan ning a picnic at Pine Grove for their schools soonNora Click has been visiting in Berea tho past week WIND CAVE Aug 7rs C Lainhart last Sunday leaving a husband allllI taughthly Atty Geo Roller and Dr Jno Hayes of McKee passed through our town last weokG B Isaacs is in Travellers Rest on businessJohii SundayJunThursday on his way to Richmond J G Durham John and Lottie Isaacs were guests of Godfrey Isaacs Sunday MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAIN J Aug 8 Miss Della Williams spent Sunday night with isiesf Della and Bessie Johnson Mrs Daniel Maupin Mrs Arnctt Mrs Minnie Mitchel and children and Mr and Mrs Potts of Whites Sta tion HjxMit Sunday with Mrs Emily Barker Blisses araryand Bertha Powell went to Mallory Springs Sun day evening Ida Boen of Garrnrlg County is sending a few Lucy Kimbrel Miss Mary Collins of Cow Bell visited her sisterinlaw Mrs Mollio Collins last week Miss Mary Wilson spent Sunday with Sallie Flincham at Motejsq is Joicie Harris is home from an ex tended visit to her brother R R Harris and funnily at Poytontown Mrs Bud Bush is very sick with rheumatism Miss Maggie Adams J spent Wednesday night with Miss Lillio McWhorter Misses Mollie Bertha and Murtio Johnson entertained as their guests last week Miss Cora Duval of Preacherville anti Misses Ida and Pattio 3lnupiuM Beve Terrill and famil KM Sunday of lust week with Pleas Events anti familIrs Curt TIJ and SWmWALLACETON Aug 8mfrs Fannie Brockman is CrsickHe J Thomson Baker of Temple Texas is visiting Ins father James Baker Roy Baker delivered an able sermon at Wallaces Chapel SundayG B Gabbard sold two yearling steers to Win Rnwlston last week for 40 in C Wiley and family visited Mr larks family Saturday Dan Gab of bard visited his parents in Jackson county last week Andy Smithre turned Friday from a trip through R B Gabbard and rfamilPEYTONTOWN Aug SHarry Tifo is very ill with dropsy Miss Bessie Miller of Cincinnati is visiting her mother Mrs Sophia Miller Rev S M Watts Rev G L Campl ell J B Miller Mrs F E Campbell Mary g E Merritt and E W Mason returned Sunday from Marble Creek Kewhere they had been attending tho New Liberty Baptist Sundayschool onvention Miss Merrilt was made life member Rev G L Camp bell preached for Rev F H Broad sins at the First Baptist church atrl Richmond last Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Miller of Kirksville isited their parents Mr and Mrs Isaac Miller last Sunday Shed Martin is very illMrs Sarah B Evans of Cincinnati is visiting relatives in Burnamtown Rev I Miller preached at Maupintown Sun tiny night Mr and Mrs E W Mason entertained tho following quests last Tuesday evening Mrs A Mary Tins Eliza Chamber Luo Finnel Misses Florence White flattie Burnam Mary Merritt and Ad dell Phelps Miss Florence White risked her aunt in Lancaster Mon dayWhile on his way to school Monday J C Phelps leg was broken i Our school opened Monday with a number of IlIhlitionsrBEAR KNOB Aug SMrs Rollio Davis visited Miss Katie Lake MondalHHRt We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so emphatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor I ing appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially to the nerves its action is that I of a medicine Send for fret Llmplet3COTT I UOWNK ci Wr1 Iurl Street NYkLjacu4loo alldruciwt Viola Bicknell is visiting her undo at Piiiiolu Ky for a few weeks Rev Jno Thrower is erecting a new dwellinghouseGroIIIno of Dis putanta was in Heron Saturday T J Lake has returned from Jackson County for a few days stay lit homeMr and Mra Louis Lester visited Mr timid Mrs A C liar Sunday afternoon Mr luul Mrs J M Baker expect to go to St Louis Mo in a short time where they will visit friends anti relatives and then will go to Villa Grove 111 mid then visit Mr Bongo their soniulawaiu othersC M Mullins and Otto Drown visited their uncle J W Like Sunday Stephen Huff mid family have moved to Owsley county The school at this place is progrww ing nicely tho attendance boinj every day- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Aug STho protracted meeting at Old Scaffold Cane will continue this weekW W Anglin of Dis putanta was hero last week on btisi nes9Rexele Todd visited Nora Linville Sunday Rev Bryant filled his ap ointmciit at tho now church Saturday and SundayJ W Todd was severely kicked by n liflrw Saturday R E Anderson and sister Miss Rena of Paint Lick visited W Told Saturday anti Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Stephens visited friends on Clear Creek Sunday Miss Norm Linville is IetherMisses Vergie Martin told May Todd visited Misscsx Aussie and Mattie McGuiro of Disputanta Saturday anti Sunday SCAFFOLD CANE Aug S Last Friday morning ahollt 0 oclock the Laps blew off tho as Ixix at Todds shingle factory Repairs will le made at onceJ S Waddle and wife visited 11 C Ray Ittt and family Sunday Bob Shcaier has retuniHl from Illinois Mm Sumers Sims of Jcffcrsonvillc lad visiting friends 11tTllohll Bixk Hellof Berea visited friends on Scaffold Cane Sunday Misses Min nie Lake and Minnie Waddle visited friends at Clear Crook S1IulaJ Martin is erecting a new building on his place DISPUTANTA Aug SThere were services at Clone Creek Sunday conducted by Chasteen and others Miss aggie Baker was baptised Sunday by Rev L R UowldtHm J W LaimVrt rand wife of Boone visited on Clear Creek Saturday an- dSuulnyJ W Lake of Berea at tendedchurch on Clear Creek Sun withIbut a short time Milton Clark has returned from the VestUuiclc Bunt Abney was found dead in 1ml last Thursday morning An inquest was held anti returned verdict Ural he diet a natural death He was buried the Abney grave yard on Brush reek He leaves six children one them a cripple from her birth GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Aug Oh Robt Faulkner an old of the 12th U S C C died week of paralysis of the brain n infant of Geo Ledfords toms juried hero Wednesday Mrs Thus Sreen has lieen very poorly for some time but is seine etter now She is taking treatment from Dr J II Ierkins of Buckeye J C Napier ias hall another severe Hjicll We are lad to say ho is lxtlcrA J Ham mock can drive out again after sev weeks confinement with lung trouble Dr J 0 Kinnaird of Lancaster has been attending hint J B Carter and wife have return nl train Dripping Springs much improved Uncle Jack llammack eceivedm letter a few days ago from Sergt J D Fletcher of Calchester 111 It had been over 25 yeas since lie heard from him They were com rades of the same Company for3 years Brother Fletcher was of one of the jest soldiers find Christian gentle met in tho 7th Ky Cavalry PLACED UNDER ARREST Case In Which the Government May Take a Hand Covington Ky Aug 10Jack Hair agod 27 Is a prisoner In tho county Jail here Klalr and a man named Roas Ennls It la alleged lived n a shanty boat on the Ohio river In Weat Covlngton They conducted a and while transferring a Negro Klein across the river about three weeks ago they beat and robbed him of f430 Both made their escape and kept themselves scarce Klalr trade his ap pearanco at his hold haunts Tuesday and was taken into custody by Acting Marshal William During of West CovI Ington lie was arraigned before Po Hoe Judgo Drown Tuesday night and the CAse continued until Wednesday night In the meantime Judge Brown will investigate whether or not it is a case for the government Ennis is stiUat ku Elected Secretary Louisville Ky Aug 10At a meet of the executive committee of the and Tennessee board of tire underwriters Tuesday Claude F Sny der was for the second time elected see 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