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JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publlihtr Buteretl at Uu Poaofflet at Btrra Ay a intoner elan nnUmatltr rHHHHIHHH IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 18 1JKU One dollar a year NO I 1IDEASthe iKnt pro tection against hud OUCH Tho cniiRcioiiflnoRfl of folly is the tagiiming of wisdom Happiness is increased by doing more than wo are l ouud to and ex J pecting less limn wo nre oii titled to IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A forget firo is causing great do Htruction in Wyoming Heavy rains did great daniagu to railroad tracks in Arizona Yelenauajunion at Boston Thu Rapid Transit milway in Now York will oXiied to public traffic next month W L Elliott n saloonke Xr at Gold Field Nov slot and killed ono man and fatally wounded an other Georgo L Torroy under charge of omlxttzlement at Denver Col com mitted Hiiicidu 1Slriiwsa for all convicts except in haro Ixtn aliolifthcd in till New York Stale prisons Tho strike of Wisconsin jmer makers has Ixvii broken the men returning to work under the terms of the mill owners In a wreck on the Tuiinrtwo Cen and mllnmd at Silver Point Twin ono man was killed outright and forty IXIHOIIS were severely injured r Hight men wore drowned in a gold miiio shaft near Salisbury N C by a torrent of water which overllowtnl t a neighlK ring Kind and flooded the shaft to a depth of 100 feed A Cotton Boll NiHseiicer tniin ran through an OHn switch at TXllt kana Tex burying till engineer Ixneath tho wnckago fatally injur lug the fireman and killing a negro iuasseuwrFROM THE WIDE WORLD Turkish troojw destroyed two Armenian villages An earthquake in Chill mused great damugii to pro erty- Princit Henry of Prussia his wife and oldest son will visit Amorica t A lIOn awl her to tho Russian throne was born at Pelerhof jmlacv M WaldeckHotiKsoau former Premier of Franco died at his home near Paris A United States warship has h4t111 ordered to Haytiim watore on ruprts of further disturbances Twenty persons wero drowned by the sinking of the British ship Invert kip off tho vomit of Ireland II111l German Foreign Oilico in dorse time United Staler stand as to the demands made on Turkey- A plot to proclaim a revolution in Paraguay was discovered nlllln state of siege limas l eon proclaimed A folic commandant and two policemen who killed two Americans in Mexico wero sentenced to to shot Tho Russian fleet attempted to rncajx from Port Arthur and WItH almost annihilated by tho Japanese I Then Russian commander Admiral Withoft was killed Tho Russian Vladivostok squadron was attacked and defeated by tho JajHineso under VieoAdmiral Kami mura Ono Russian vessel Will sunk and the others seriously damaged COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Ono thousand pounds of ginseng was sold at 050 jer x mul by Sun Landy at Danville madRtrack at Hoffmans Ky Ike Tucker mad his wife were I l killed by their brotherinlaw near Sturgis Union county Francis Hagan was shot and killed bJolum R T Barlwur at r lumbers Station Baffin county William Baker wealthy farmer j of Cunipboll county swallowed care lxlio acid by mistake mad will die lIon Harvoy Helm ins withdrawn from tho race for tho Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eight district D C Edwards of London won tho nomination for Con gross in tho Eleventh district over Dr Godfrey Hunter by a majority of moro than 1000 votes A chock for 3000 was revived AdjtItion among tho momlMjrH of First J Second and Third Kentucky rogi montH Gov Bcckham has issued a pro clanmtion fixing September IliA tho dato on which all public schools in tho Stato not having existing lon tracts for lxx ks shall use the list of looks adopted for five years by tho State School Book Commission THE CITIZEN TUB NEW 8BCKKTAHY OF COMMERCE AND LABOR Victor unmeant Mvlculf who take lm plies or George II Crtelrou now ehalrmic n r the Upiililir ii national cuniiniit u wrrrtarr of commerce and labor WM born Ultra In 1853 awl was Kradueled from the Yal Law tchuol In 1871 Ha mowedI to O kI4nd Calwhere lie tcallltt n prawiurot attune L1Hul he wan netted to ega KITM from the Third California illitrict aril wo rotleeud i and again In 1903 to tH Our Popular Scholarship netf0 ++ r + 0 +++ 4 THE CITIZENS offer of free Tuition in Berea College for two terms to Ixi given tl time two most popular young jxnjplo in each of tho eight sur imssAxLie County Mary Farlor 1200 Clay Comb 050 Floyd Lucas 500 II McGuiro 100 Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Claude DoBaun l75- lissio hays 475 Tommie hiker SW Wallace Adams 300 Pearl Gay 300 Maggie Lowon 42rij Clay County Ida Bongo 1300 Susio Sparkll12OW M niceo 120O M M Robinson 000 G Jarvis OO T E Burch 450 Mary Collins 400 Chins Combs 300 Owilty County Nora Wilson 850 Snowden Reynolds GOO Garfield Camplxjll 450 Mary Ray 150 Flora Pendergrass 201 B J Pomlorgrass lot Jeanetto Gabbard 100 Burgoyno Botnej 100 Nettle Treadway 100 THE POWER OF A CLEAN LIFE PRESIDENT HOOSEVKLT do not want to BCO Christianity professed only by weaklings I want to sec it n naaviugspirit among tacit of strength I do not expect young men to lose ono particle of strength or courage by being do cent I desire to see tho docent mina strong and tho strong mon do cent nod until wo get that combina tion in pretty good shape in this country we are not going to be by any means as successful as wo should 10 There is always a tendency among some men and among boys who are not quite young men to think that to lx wicked is rather smart They think it shows that they aro men How often you see sonic young fellow who boasts that ho is going to see life meaning by that that ho intends to see that part of lifo which it is a thousandfold hotter that ho should not see I ask that ovary a con stitute himself his brothers keeper by setting an example to that young or brother which will prevent him from getting such a false estimate of lifo as that- Example is the most potent of nil timings If any ono of you in tho presence of younger boys and especially tho younger people of your own family mislxihavo yoursolf if you uso coarse and blasphemous lan guage before them you inn lx sure that these younger people will follow your example and not your precept It fs no use to preach to them if you do not net decently yourself Thom Ixiy who goes out into lifo with a foul tongue is apt to go boo causo his kinsfolk themselves havo Rookcattl County Rachel Hibberd 504 E B Thompson 500 John McFcrron 400 Fannie McCluru 100 Mollio Carter 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Byrda Mcliargue100Jackson W L Bogley 2100 Susie Watson 000 Laura Hatfleld 850 Samuel Davis 500 Lizzie Wilson mo Nannio Click 800 Lucy Parsons 300 May Sparkman 304 C D Snide 100 Robert Taylor 100 Ettlll County Katie Moorcn 750 Garnelt Powell 700 Ambrose Wilson 050 Theda Noland OO Nora McGeo 400 II Richardson 200 Katie Winkler 200 D B Alumbaugh 200 Rolwrt LCOlof 101 Martha Logsdon 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwoll 100 Sallio Wilson 100 foul tongues While tho lifo in tho family cannot do everything still the father and tho elder brothers can do most toward sewing that tho boys as they become men become clean and honorable men I havo told you that I wanted you hoIadmiro virtue tint is of n cowardly typo They delight in courage in manliness They admiro those who Lava the quality of wing bravo tho quality of facing lifo as lifo should bo faced tho quality that must sland at tho root of good citizenship in jxjace or in war If men aro to bo effective as Chris tians they must possess strength and courage or their example will count for little with the young who admiro strength and courage I want to see tho young fellow able to do a mans work in time world I want to sew him too strong a spirit to submit to wrong and on the other hand ashamed to do wrong to others There is no good of your preaching to your boys to be bravo if you run away Thorn is no good of your preaching to them to tell tho truth if you dqnot Thorn is no good of your preaching to them to bo un selfish if thoy see you disregardful of othorHyolllllelfIn tho whole future of the State depends upon tho average citizen having in his naturo tho mixture of strength anti honesty which make in their sum yhat wo call good citizenship Time quality of honesty is indispensable Honesty which includes decene in Ufo cleanliness of wortheloauliness Conilnned page fix Departments 000000000000000000000000000000000000000o 0 2o1 TAKE NOTICE I I We have made arrangements with W D IOldham Company Richmond Ky to cash 0 0 without charge checks drawn on this bank 0 When in Richmond and you want cash on one as aofour checks take it to them and get your 0 J on ey i 0 0 11 The Berea Banking Co0 0 o Main Street Berea Kentucky 0 o 0 Io0 0 0o 000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Carriage Satisfaction Here RunaboutsSurries ComfortableStylish bodylluishandcarriages invaiiably give thanNOWWe and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky IGet The Latest Ladies Collars- No season has produced such an abundance of beautiful styles in Ladies Neckwear 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the market in running gear J12CO shIbyA P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Berea Mothers Protect Your children from tho pain of Mosquito and Chigger bites Apply Pnracamph freely It relieves the inkilammationapplied at night prevents the mosquitoes biting Subscribefor Citizen Sloop Good Dont Mosquitoes keep you awake at night Apply Paracamph to face hands retir ing It prevent the mosquitoes biting you If they should happen to you will relieve the pain prevent swelling Popularity Contest tho llonofit of colored subscribers of TilE CITIZEN who aro prevented tho recent action of tho Kentucky Legislature from entering Borea College wo decided to make following SPECIAL OFUEH which is only to colored subscribers September 20 Tim CITIZEN will give 3000 to bo divided two equal sums of 1500 each and applied on tho school expenses at any school or college they nay select of tho two young colored people ono young ono young who receive largest number of provided that no money shall bo paid THE CITIZEN to any candidate if mimlxjr of cast for all tho cuudidltcs is thus 15000 In voting your favorite uso blank below This blank if without any monoy counts ono for for with 100 it en titles tho it to ono years CITIZEN and to 100 for each voted for sent with 50 six months and 50 for with 25 months and 25 votes for f 9 j J in J J ou F I H tho H+ and lime our J 2j cash Ky it let your and before will bite it and For tho by time On into man anti time by tho total less for tho sort I vote for Mr of 1 0 as tho most popular young colored man and for Miss ofPoa-s tho most popular young colored woman TimE yrPleasemy subscription account I i Namo P 0 r WHEN IM CALLED Oer the aark and swollen waters bVeuid my bout be called to glide And t ICQ the forms of loved ones Writing on tho other side Shalt fear the dashing billows As they foam on every hand While before me streams tie glory Of Ills own dear promised land BhouM the night be dark and dreary And no stare bo In the sky Wlun Im called to pass the river Shall I hear the watchmans cry When He calls me to come over Cross the torrent cold and wild Shall I rear my loving Father Since I um his trusting child When the mists hang oer the river Hiding all the waters blue And the lovely hills of Canaan Ate quite hidden from my view stall I doubt my trusty Pilot Shall I fear tho misty wave When I know that He Is with me And Ills arm Is strong to save Should the day be bright with sunlight When He bids me to come home And the banquet board Is ready And awaiting me to come Shall I teal the Invitation Of His loving gracious word Or with joy shall I go over To be ever with my Lord E II Foss In United Presbyterian A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE QEBHARDTJ Copyright by I IL Lipplncolt Company CHAITKU AnnIVALS The flowerladen breeze of late May carrying with it a threat of falling weather came In through the wide casements now pulling out the dhnltj curtains in white clouds and again drawing them against the tiny panes of the long French windows which lad been set ajar that Miss Kllery might enjoy the balmy air and also Superintend work in the flower t garden upon which theyopened One need not wish to look upon a prettier picture titan this young mistress made as she stood that morning by a little deal table in the great Ellery dining room washing with her own hands the breakfast china nnd at the same time issuing orders to the negro slaves A huge bibbed homespun apron protected her figured cotton morning dress a white kerchief was demurely crossed beneath her chin and a snowy cop sat coquettishly upon her brown head in which gold and red fought hard for supremacy Her sleeves were rolled above the elbow displaying a handsome arm while a small slippered foot now and then tapped imperiously upon the polished floor as she gave some command The room ItIelf wns receiving its morning cleaning The drugget had oeen taken up from the polished Joor and was having a good beating rut on the lawn at a sufficient distance lo keep the dust from flying into the louse Aunt Rachel was rubbln down the great mahogany dining table and the smaller breakfast cable Gabriel was polishing the sliver Judith was lo king over the able linen that had been used for breakfast nnd the last nights supper to see If there were stains that should be removed or worn places darted before it was consigned to the laundry Enos was at work upon the silver und glass candlesticks while In the garden outside Uncle Peter was busy among the flowers singing the while at the top of his cracked old voice In the detached kitchen some 20 feet from the house Aunt Esther and Aunt Deborah were sendingup quavering contraltos in rivalryof Uncle 1eters bass accompanying themselves with the rattle of pots and pans and interrupting now and then to shout a command or a threat at their crew of pleanlnny assistants The watchful eyes of the mistress were everywhere for the hand which held the domestic reins during her stepmothers absence was not lax and it took no little vigilance to keep that army of lazy grownup black children to their tasks Uncle Ieter she called in her mellow southern voice methinks you have been resting full ten min utes upon that rake Is the sun then so hot that you cannot work Hist missy whispered the old dork sticking his white cotton head in through the window Utahs n band of llritlshahs ridln up do avnew ute Petal hob bin watchin der re1 coats trot de trees And if so said the mistress calmly as she placed her china upon a silver tray and herself carried it to the chinacloset n stoop shouldercd alfalr with glass knobbeti doors below anti an overhanging shelf above on which were arranged such pieces as were kept out for display and could not find room on the tall col umned sideboard laden with silver candlesticks and glass decanters gold ehased tankards and fat goblets and If she re pented what of It Are we such poor royalists that we need fear his majestys soldiers Tot tut pick up your cloth Aunt undid and go on with your cleaning Think you the British will know that you remember Mr Washington in your prayers and In your heart espouse the cause of your old master my Uncle Elijah For lately Janes father had koight from Mi brother number of blacks whom that patriots circumstances reduced by the war and his espousal uf the American cause would not permit him longer to sup port Mint Itachcl and Gabriel were nmong these and they hud brought the principles they had borrowed from their old master into their new homeJust then Sampson appeared at the door lending from the dining room into the hull and announced in his most expressionless tones while he held himself like a very stilt paste board figure MaJ Uroadus to see Miss Ellery lane knew that he hind been too well trained by her stepmother to voluntarily bring a stranger into her presence with so little warning anti she surmised the Itritish officer lad persisted In following at his heels It WHS somewhat haughtily there fore that she drew down the sleeves of her gown and turned to meet the visitor who stood in the entrance lie looked both astonished and embarrassed as her beautiful young fuse came within range of his vision Evidently he had not expected to be confronted by so much youth anti loveliness Pardon me but are you nhrthe mistress of the house he asked hesitatingly rue temporary mistress yes she answered My father and mother are from home Is there aught I can do for you Col Itessemer bids me present his compliments and request the privi lege of resting his troops here for n short space He also desires me to express the hope that Inasmuch us he understands your fatally to be loyal subjects of the king you may not object to providing himself and his officers with breakfast since they have been upon the road the entire night after fighting n hard battle yesterday without either food pr restCertainly I shall comply with his request lane answered It is not the rule of my fathers house to turn away anyone hungry be he British or American The ofllcer raised his eyebrows at this and stiffened perceptibly It did not agree with his ideas of loyalty that American sympathizers should be fed by adherents of the king but Jane was n cOt rllry jade mil while she was never so devoted z royalist as when she was talking to revolutionist neighbors and reIn tires she never came so near being NOT FORGETTING TO LIFT HIS HAT AND WAVE UIS HAND American in her sympathies as when she was thrown with British or tories It might be because her father was dubbed a timeserver even by those who once had loved him bestand respected him most that the girl had developed this contradictoriness Certainly it was the occasion for ninny a passage at arms between herself nnd her tory stepmother The olllcer heard her give orders for the preparation of a good meal and then went back to his colonel As Bessemer entered a wave of astonishment swept over his florid face and he hurried forward to greet his hostess Miss Ellery you he cried Ah how fortune has blessed me with her smile this morning in directing me hither nnd permitting me to renew an acquaint ance so delightful He raised her hand to his lips as ho spoke with a gallantry of which few were greater mustersJane swept him n deep courtesy while an Ironical smjlo plnyrd about her fiprf I feel honored that Col llffifccmcr should remember me she remarked Remember you As though I could forget you he exclaimed in a low tone Your image is engraved too deep upon my heart for that It Is true I had forgot nay I could never have known for it would be impossible to forget aught which concerned you that your home was In this vicinity and to come thus unexpectedly upon you is the hap piest moment of my life The cynical smile did not leave Janes lips She had listened to Col Hessemers flowery speeches before yet she was n woman and she could not help n flattered thrill even while she was saying to herself I wonder how tunny women he lion spoken to thus since 1 met him last In Phila delphia But permit me dear lady to have the honor of presenting my ofllcers to you lie turned towards those who had accompanied him nx he spoke They hud remained in n little knot around the door while he wax greeting Jane nnd about their mouths n reflection of the smile her lips hind worn They also hind seen their commander kiss the hands of bountiful women before and while they could not hear the speeches he poured Into her earn they could Ira nglntf ennicwhat the purport of then The breakfast was u good one tor the hintatioi was large and well looked after and there was ninny enough in Its storehouses to feed n regiment There were great vial ters ot broiled bacon and chick fried In that dcllcous style which hns descended us n heritage to tho south from those colonial days there were vtiilxon steaks and sugarcured ham there were plates pllod high with goldenbrown biscuits and hoccakcs there were the syrup of mi arcane and berries fresh from tin garde beds there was an abundance 5 milk and cream and butter her were coffee anti tennil set off with the brightest of silver and china thin had been brought from over the sens and was wellnigh priceless so prec lous that none but the hands of the mistresses of the house were nllowet to wash it A bountiful attractive repast am one the British olllcers were in i mood to enjoy to the full nor vpri they minded to be Interrupted at It yet such was dmtined to be the case for as they sat at table n volley o shots was heard anti n great connno lion ensued Itessemer and Lie companion sprang to their feet nail rUllheto the door with such liupofuojifty that It was well time table was the stout piece it was else it must have beer overturned in the excited jostling Outside the soldiers who hind beer lolling at ease upon the ground eat ing the rations they carried hat started up nail stood at attention Bessemer red with excitement anil full of energy as was his wont or tiered his horse nnd jumping Into the saddle clove the stir with qilcl commands Into this imfiixioii there dashed n single horseman clad In the hlul and ythlovv continental uniform lane standing within the broad sidO porch watching the scene with interest and not a little curios ity to know the enuse of the tumult turned pale when her eyes fell upon him Surrounded by redcoats who were bringing their muskets to their shouders to lire the horseman swept the lines with his t aw n thin place In their fo Jllntloll spurred his horse towards It and lifting the ani mnl until It seemed to literally spring over the heads of the astonished soldiers dashed forward not forget thug us he passed the porch where lane stood to lift his hat and wave hIp hand The girl with white face strained her eyes to gae after him as he disappeared In the clump of woods to the left of the house amid a storm of bullets CHAITKK II THE F10UUK IN GRAY The horsemnnV daring was so great that it hind taken the breath from Bessemer anti hIs men Tempt td to pursue the British colonel yet feared a trap lie hind heard much if the ambush warfare waged by southern revolutionists and he hind 10 desire to have his troops caught In an ambuscade It did not seem to him that even one of these daredevil southerners would risk Juts life In ml reckless a manner without some defl nlte object In view and what object could he little unless It were to tempt the liritish to pursue him anti thus lead them into the arms of a siipe rlor American force licxldcs his own troops he had many prisoners taken in yesterdays battle to be ruarded Calling Ids olllcers about him he onsulted with then hastily Almost to a roan they were ngulnst pursuit crimps the halffinished breakfast waiting them laid something to do with the unanimity of opinion for your IJrltlsher loved his food then is he does today So buck to breakfast theywent and June was so relieved nt their decision tint she ordered Aunt Ie toruli an expert hand to bake them some of her fatuous crisp edgtd olden centered batter rakes to help qpair any injury the breakfast might have suffered from the Interruption Itcckless reckless Godfrey slid was saying to herself ntt she bade Gabriel puss the syrup to her guests and herself lilted their coffee cups wlll he never learn discretion Why should he so risk his life out of mero bravado Hut indeed site wronged the lorsemal Though he was quito ca pubic as she well know of having ridden into the ilrltlsli lines out of foolhardy defnince and because he loved to take his life in his hand for the thrill such adventure goftf him yet in this instance ho was guiltless of so mud n piece of folly On the contrary he hud been as much surprised to find himself In the mIdst of so large a body of redcoats is the Urltish had been to see him Due of time few Americans who hud escaped from the light of yesterday he was flying through time country ns fast us his horse could carry him itriving to get together u band of mericnn sympathizers to revenge iiessemers refusal of quortel to the merlcans at that battle This mission bringing him clove to his own home he stopped there to sec his parents for a few moments and wax besought by his sister to tarry n note to her dear gossip Jane slave lily route lay past the Ellery place lie wax at the mouth of the lane which led to time Ellery planta tion when he clime upon a couple ol scouts whom Bessemer had sent out to reconnolter Thinking them but stragglers from the Ilrltlsh irmy mid having no Idea time miiln jody wax so close he set upon time soldiers and pursued them as they retreated towards the mansion firing IK he went It was these shots whlrll itartlrd time British from their ease ind before tho young man could realize his predicament he was facing lira stern straight lines of Dene tares dragoons with their leielei weapons staring at him As the horse went pellmell throng the woods taking time uutlrrliru and stumps that crone In his wu until he could flnd the bridle path his iMer looked hack over his shun der vn the watch fur pursuer When he became convinced thin nun followed he dropped back noncluil- nntly late his mitldlo and Rhruggoi his contemptuouslyUpon times llritixh bo nt heart for nil the splutter nnd their murderous ways he muttered out of the Inxoleuci triumphHehumming the snatch of n patriot song but when the moments exhll nrntlon had passed his brow win overcast for liU eVrand hud not beet accomplished and it suited lili pride to leave his comiuisxluii unper formed Furthermore jin the root he had learned that Janex futhei and mother were from home nlld that slit WUH alone nave for the lunch servants and the white overseer lint hula family whose house wax fully quarter of n mile from the mansion Under other rlrcumstnncex thb Would have caused him no uniax npsx for he well knew time devotion of the slaves to Jane but the hires once of Itessemer amid his soldiery perturbed him much Ills ill ttrust of the Urltish colonelovns great amid vastly did lie dislike the thought of June being alone In her fntherV house with only ncrvnntH to protect her against possible llrltlih Inso lence If he could only have a word with Aunt Rachel or Tanen black mam my two faithful souls mind warn them to keep n careful watch over their mistresss welfare until he could bring n force to oust thr Interlopers his mind would be easier It would well suit his mood to rid back to thu Ellery mansion dash through time hpponlng redcoats again snatch u word with Jane or rome of her devoted dependents nnd gallop away Uy time Gods it could be done too lu told himself his blood quicken Ing at the notion Beck nt the 1liery place the officer hall eaten their till rested their men und hurtle and had really no excuse for lingering yet not one of them from the Colonel down but was loath to go To Ho Continued ANNIE RANDALL BERRIES lime Kind a dtlrngo Sinn Iurrhmiril Iron ii llnrkiilrr In llallliuiirr A Chicago mnn who was In haul more recently according to time lec rd llerahlsays They hurt a ktrnnge manner of speech in that old town Out tinya huckster drove through the streets yelling Krulsh Annie Kandall ber ries The fruit that he wax peddling looked nice and I became Interested In Annie Randall I wanted to know something about her Ive heard of beautiful young women giving up so ciety and making fortunes out of truck farms and it occurred to me that Annie might bo one of these In my ml nils eye I could see the gentle maiden sitting on her broad veranda overlooking the fruitful acres where till faithful servants picked the Ins cirrus berries thnt were to give joy to the unfortunate toilers In the great hot cities of the land An I nursed the huckster kept on yelling Kraish Annie Itnndall berries Finally decided to ask him about Annie felt n romantic Interest In the lady nnd could not withstand the temptation to satisfy myself concerning her beauty After buying a quart of the her ties said to the huckster Where Ix Miss Itnmtollx faun He looked curiously nt mo anti replied I dont know her How mimics it happen then that you are peddlhg liar berries These berries ore from Annie Arundcl county Tlie Ir i lit IninKliintlin Mt x Oltell died nx he land lived passing humorous messages about imong Ids friends During his tour through Australia spore years ttgi Jeath wax once close Upon him nx It seemed to him nt the time Lying in bed one night In n lush hostelry worried by moxqultocs mind thinking of the snakes against which Jichnd been warned he became snare of the presence alongside him of n cold Ireacheroux snake probably n death adder as It wax oily about three feet long Tenth train the hue of thin playful udder U rapid and pain lnas and tho Frenchman recorded pJlerwnrd his reflection that It was b tel perhaps to die that way ulna tIt out or rheumatism After an lour o agony however he slipped ont nT red struck n light and went about the room searching for the fa vorTe Valklng stick he hot carried speclillj for defense against reptiles After n weary anti nervous hunt he found it nt last among the disor dered edclothex Chronlcl KulKlitcil n Iuln of Href Though the trllthol the story that King fumes I of lIglanlIIlIe knighted u loin of beet Ix disputed the house In which thin ceremony If raid to have occurred Ix pointed out nx well as the table on which the sir loin lay limo scene of the historic jet lies between Hlghums park and Chlngford near London It is n curl oux noose with quaint Io pltc1ie ceilings und n fine garden iith fruit trees of great size It wax on his rt turn from one of his hunting expo dltlona in Epplng forest hat the lint Solomon In wild to have giver practical proof of his ihior for th roast beef of old England o iotaohsoilotlo tottoilollotlolaohaoko7tohsollottotlolto3ohsotlotlotlotsol I 11 The Kirksville School IO M For Boys and Girls g- M o 0 P Simmons Principal Mark S Peckham AssL Prln o Miss Ada Allen Prln Dept of Music co o W Incidental Feesifo AU Grade GO cent per Term All fees Payable in Adranoe r- o Tuition Fees ro B Primary 10 00 per Tern 11 A Primary and B Grammar 1600II ox i A Grammar 15 00 fo High School 2000 fit o Department of Music Includ aingInstrument for Practice 20 00II o Enrollment last year 101 We to increase it largely this Ijji year Our teachers are competent and uptodate Remember before deciding what school you will patronize that Kirksville haa four Vtio churches and NO SALOONS patrongo from people Y g who wish their 11 secured at following rateso2 From Monday to FrldaySl 75 af oFull Week 250 g iSend for Catalogue and investigate iG P SIMMONS Principal Kirksville Kyk- otokoKokoKortoKokoKoKoKokortortaKoKorRoltokor okoKoKoKoKo Put an End to It All A grievous wail of time comO as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizzinesn Backache Liver complaint and Coimtipati6n But thanks to Dr Kings Now Life Pills they put an end to it all They ate gentle but thorough Try them Only 2c Guaranteed by East End Drug Cos Drug Store lhwura1M4 rstaayq ewdabfaetrwyltrttr STOP THOSE RATTLINO SPOKES sad loose Ur rumtmbtr es hive machine ru tim cold No burned or burnt rims lira chip pd oC new bolt hula Tire en a hud dry untie Pstttactl- oaIsrtd or jour nootj tact 25o for buggy wheels 80o for wagon wheels HOl1lMhO lnJf BOo everything furnished We know no competition Call and tree us AZBILL BROS Berea and Big Bill Pike w BO YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 TRADC MAna- eDistant COPVMIOHT AC tln stetrhed eailblinn air freeRbrctneenminnrwnlnctlmeWalit itwdbrloerioV seunapeienmigwtlntkwithout chugs IS i Scientific American handmmir lltaitnlM weekly IAvsI elr million t r rlentlla ioirou Trme U a nawednahrWNN4nnrh mess r 40 s LOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE RAILROAD- Tlma Table In Cfftot May 1104- Oolac North Train 4 Dully Leave B rett 848 a m Arrive Rlchmond4 a m Arrive risu 528am Arrive Cinciunati7 50 a m Going North = Train 0 Dally Leave Belea12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 8 18 pm Arrive Cincinnati GOOp m Going Goatk Train Dally Leave Bereanl11 pm Arrive Livingston 205 p m doing South Train B Dally Leave Beral1 24 p m Arrive Llvingeton12 30 a m Trains No1 and No 5 make con nection at Livingston for Jelllco end the South with No 21 and No 27 W H lOWER Ticket Agent Sulcldo Provontod The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been din covered will interest many A run down system or despondency Invariably precede nuicide and something haa been found that will pre vent that condition which makea suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bit ten It being a great tonic and ner vine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Ita aleoa great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only GOo Satisfaction guaranteed bj East End Drug Co Druggist DR V H HOBSONIoJ Dentist to loItoOlIIfRichmond Ky I MONUMENTS NeeslAeeSr Mssrp riu cad Blcrkl lwokmullbdispatch Allwork guaranteed b- yGOLDEN do FLORA RICHMOND Ry- Aroel Nil4 Cill5Yada End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abc ea on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion Tho benefit I received WM striking and I was on my feet in a fewdays Now Ive entirely regained- my health It conquers all Cough Colds and Throat and Lung trouble Guaranteed by East End Drug Co Drug Storo Price We and S100 Trial bottles free OOINO TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS Q USE THB- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT 18 COMFORTABLEBEYOND FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Official Reute For Kentuckian To ST LOUIS Ask for our rates GEO L GARRET LJIRffH TrsvPsssr Aft enPsssrAft LOUISVILLE KV GREGORYS Warrte SEED arI III y om THE CITIZEN HIIIrtI IIIHH The Home JBNNIB LK8TBR MILL Mltor H1H MHHIHHIH WITH GRAPES drape Tarts Press the pulp from rile grabs stowuntil soft nub through a col tinder tint stow tho wklus and need letis pulp together milling thrco foiirllm ufn cupful of sugar to each cupful of fruit Stun fifteen miniileH Fill into baked tart shells and servo colil with cream Jellied Grapes 1liiro two cnpfuls of washed anil btfinmod rips grii eH in ti tie p dish Hprinkln among lliiin onehalf cupful each of lioilcd rlnllil sugar pour over mlldmlrlIphll of water cover clew and liako two hours ba slow oven Servo very cold with cream Grape III Syrup Fill guts with trash riH grapes pour full of boiling water and lot stand until tlm grax chango color then turn off thu water fill with a syrup nude of hull sugar and half wnkr boilml together ten minutes lour over till grajx 8 llOtHtul air tight The o aru delicious crap Xitiup Stow fin KimdH of riw grnjH over a slow lire until soft strain through n sieve and add two and h oiiolmlf toiiiidH of sugar one table 1lOomrllltach of ciiinainon ullHpico and IMlptr half as tniich each of cloveH nail salt and one pint of vinegar Boil until thick nail tattle Nin on cold Jelly To every eight pounds of fruit add one cupful of water null stew in a granitewaro vessel until quite soft htrain through cloth Measure too juimand holl half an hour add an equal uneaten of sugar std lx il eight or ten minutes Tour into jelly molds Fruit partially rile will miiko the clearest jelly If you UNO ouutlilrd IIH much pin plant or elder hurry juice IIH you have gnijNt juice till julwillllot form JnlllIhliran it gets old lint the flavor will ism grape Spiced Crap Jelly To lilt Itoilol juicu add time sugar much sugar juice and to rack quart of liiiuid add oim half a len HKM Iflllof ground cloves mid On- ottasl0nnfuiI of dnnainon boil hard I fifteen tumults then lair into molds Nice with meatH Grape Butter Stew list ripe gnix t until soft then press through n colander to ro nnve skin timid wools add to thin pulp oim thirst IIH much fine mashed stowed apples and lit much sugar as apple Cook until IIH thick as desired Spice with cinnamon and cloves If apples uro tot liked in tlm butter add the Hitgiir only limit a much longer cook lug in newssary remitting in less butter unit not as ruin pillpiugtiltbing Througha colander then tithing the ant pulp together adding ono third an much sugar apple too if wished and cooking until stiff Mutters should scaled while hot I1HHI1t +i +I i HIJrl + II The School JOHlf WtT DIRSMORB Editor LETTER TO A YOUNG TEACHER Dell r Fricmli I htlgof you lo patient n little longer and T will get to thu question of applying tho Ideas I nth putting forth Just now I muni answer or help to answer tlio question I give you ut time owl of my Illst lottor You reiuenitHtr itllIow can I learn to like nil subjects that I have to touch anti load my pupils to like and enjoy theinr Wo really enjoy only that which in natural I want to show you now that rightly studied anti rightly taught nil HiibjectH taught in our Bcliooln are enjoyable thoIsons It led to thu formation of society It has huiht nations It is- responsiblo for civilization tau wo have It today Whether it boa snits tory over uomo wild boast u follow tau or n great nation it to tho sane timing Wo see it in Napoleon anti In the small lay playing marbles by too roadside To get control of something to master nail gain power there Is time true joy of life Who fiijoya plowing f Thin man who can plow well Who to n per feet master of team and tool and cut excoll Who enjoys playing ball f Time player who known that ho is niastor of the gamo ut every turn who platys his bent when his IwHt effort Is do inandcd anti does it with confidemo nlldtmflO and so I might go en through every manner of work timid short for ItlH a universal law of life III this my dear young friend we Imvo the key to time IIIIHWIr for which vo urn seeking Every nulijoct you teach ill a thing over which you may obtain a mastery and which when mastere l will yro you jtotrer Power not over probleniH amtsemi learns chapters and volumes but lower to grasp relations timid draw eoiuhiHioiiH analyze and iWHiuiiliilo Power not only in the schoolroom lint on the farm in the shop Ixhind till counter in tho lawyerH ollieo or plattnlKov this mastery and wltut I say in regard to your pupils will apply equally to yourself for you aro yoiirown teacher In thin first place require till work to IHI inleiwirf rather than erteiu ire Never I M afraid of giving too short ImsoitH BO long BH they are Iorllocl- lIIfIJllltrIt Hotter ten linen of r ad prepared with every worth everyexpression iiuwtrrtd thou three wg s poorly preIIIIrttllor It is mastery rememlMir tlmt gives joy and joy in one days work IIJIIVCH desire fur the next Ikitter one problem each tiny put up in jwrfect form ox pretwetl in well chosen language and till reasoning process thoroughly as similated than a dozen smttered over a Itoanl with nothinghiit an answer at the lKttom for III time first case you luiro secure jxtwer in the McOnd uraknl You cannot do this kind of work however unless you do two things Throw away text hook questions timid N prepare every lesson that you will hove in your mind or on palter the results you wish to accomplish questlotsbycoinplish it In the stHxind phmcdo not tine the ice factory mctltwl Do you know Nellyouhove youknowboanls POIIIO two feet by eight inches Under each of these is a am in which the block of lew in frozen In the tank are HTlmps two hundred cans each with its block of ice cold alone able to taken out without ills turhpng any other a thing frozen nod ajmrt So is much of our teach hag each lesson is shovel in and may bo pulled out cold alone discon nected You must give your lessons hot to thu welding point they will join as one pieco to that which has gone before Teach few things but always teach relations show con nectioim Plow your furrows close together Never emit anil cover The fanner lay will understand time allusion No BCIIHO of mastery and joy tines from doing n single act Onu furrow dos not make a field but many rightly placed together make a perfect whole Hilt enough for this time In my next letter I hOlk to take up one of taigbtsubjeeclsIlctidiug prillcipllflIUntil thou and ever rcmemlxjr mo as your Hynixithetio friend CIIAS D LEWIS 111 I I I II H +I+I H I I I I I N II I The Farm SILAS CHBBVBR MASON Editor RAILROAD TIE TIMBER A Nrw Form of Tlr Ovrrromlnc th- eItadsttaee of But Wood WiiHliliiKton lIiu inaniier In which rflllnmii jlis mvu hlUiVto l vu mantle mn IKVII Ictiirinliuil InrKcly by the Pane niil mphllt with which they Could In culIhry Imvu l wn obtained from trey of nil Unmctcm from nine tubes niiwunl tho most serviceable portions of live stralKht trees ring ae ItftcHl The bureau of forestry unit for vonio time been iniikliiK MtiulU anJ ex XXTllKMK runt OF HALF 1IOUNU TIK Cut from a log of Inferior lumber value pcrlmvnts iloslRiietl to prevent the ex Iwtistlon of time timbers front which ties lire monde rime latest results of these Investiga tions state by Dr lleruinnn von Hchrcnk make It appear that n trape zoidal or miMlincd half round tie with a base of ten to twelve Inches and a top benrlnit surface of six Inches dis tributes tho weight of movinG train loada upon tho roadbed as effectively II a rectuiiuular tlo ton tp twelve Inches broad 7h o hnIf roUIlt tle ill odf the lumberman beciitml In nliiiicrous InMtunceM to tics of this form cnn be mnde rout a log which would furnish but ono retIn liuulur tit In other cases material for several hoards Is saved where a reutunuulnr tit would hnvo taken the entire log This form Is bene clul to till forest sluice U encourages time cuttltiK of large trees nod time tmv IHK ef stimuli ones until they reach more valuable size and permits the utiliza tion of much timber from the tops hitherto left In the woods The unit round tie Is advantageous from a me chanical standpoint also because It guts greater hearing surface per mile and a correspondingly more statue track thou rectangular ties This tie form Is therefore advocated by the bureau of forestry us economical of thither con servative of the lumber supply and at thu name time otuully clllclent with the forms In common use The commonest as well as the best tie material of the past and present In this country In wlilto oak which re nlnts Kith wear and decay excellently mind consequently ebeaper In till long run than less expeimlvu woods like beech mid oak or loblolly and lodge pale pine Hut white oak besides be ing one of our fluent timber trees Is becoming high priced nod further as railroad men know well Is becoming Hcurcn even faster than the advancing price would indicate With proper methods preservative treatment of the softer wools can bo rondo entirely successful and Impreg nation with creosote zinc chloride or other antiseptic substances allows the of many wools hitherto passed over as well as at sawed ties sapwood and dead timber Preservative treat ment can shako n beech or red oak or pine tit outlast a white oak tic Hut the wearing away of the softer fibers cmxw POWEIA Face view and loncltudlna eectlonj of these woods under the rail and around the spike raises a new set of problem In driving n spike Into n white oak tlu the Btrong and elastic fiber of the wool U twill downward maintaining a close contact that powerful re HUtuncu Is offered to Its withdrawal When driven lulu such woods as hem lock and western yellow lodge pole lob lolly or whorl leaf pine the utters of the wood are crushed mad broken As n result the spikes do not hold with ant ficient flrmnena The spike must soot be driven In n new place Auld this con tanl rettplkliiK rapidly ruins the tie The solution of this dlUlculty Is achieved by the use of n screw spike In time soft wools screw spikes will ru 111ft nearly three tiniest as great a strain as unit spikes It Inserted In a screw dowel of hard wooxl the lower of the screw spike Is ntlll greater Bobnhlle a Oooil Bird Scientists of the department of agriculture vouch for the good character of bobwhite declaring that It Is probably thu iiiont useful abundant species on fflrnm It consumes large quantities of weed eels and destroys many of the Worst insect pests which farmers hove to contend with and It dooa no Injury to grain fruit or other crops lie cording to thesu authorltfrs Among Its food urn numbered the dreaded cot ton boll weevil nit the cotton wonn the destructive chinch bug and the Rocky mountain locust- Nominated For Governor Lflwleton Ida Aug 17 Henry Holtfeld of Lowiston exUnltod ptaea senator was nominated far governor by acclamation by the stoma cratlo state convention The nominal Iqa was seconded by delegates from the principal Mormon counties Qeorgla Day at the Exposition Atlanta Qa Aug 17oov TerroR accompanied by Mrs Terrell and Com missioner of Agriculture Stevens loft Tuesday for St Louis whore tho governor will make arrangements for the celebration of Georgia day at the exposition In September Joseph Jefferson Famous Actor III Buzzards Bay Mass Aug 17Phy sicians kayo abandoned hope of say ing the life of Joseph Jefferson tho veteran actor t Coupled with general debility due to his advanced years an old stomach malady is rapidly sapping his vitality Mrs May brick Will Not Be Detained Washington Aug 171t was stated at the bureau of Immigration that its officials In charge at Now York have Infractions not to detain Mrs Flor once Maybrlck now on her way to America after spending years in an English prison New Political Body Organized St Louis Aug 17A party of men designating themselves tho Lincoln party met and perfected tho organiza tion of a political body The platform adopted demands freedom for every man with special reference to the Negro The Acreage of Rice Washington Aug 17A prelimina ry report to the chief of the bureau of statistics of the department of ag riculture shove tho to acreage of rice IB the United Slates this season 4o fcf about 48400 llcretp 4 s5000000CASHI LION COFFEEI-n Addition to the Regular Free Premiums 1WouldYou 1IIiiIentitle you in addition to free premiums to Itamp The acent stamp cov acknowledgment to you estimate Is recorded can send as many estiIYou as desired Grand First Prlzt tf 500000 will be awarded to the one who If nearest correct on both 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asatesoofanycbanseInyeuadIUeesglvingbotholdsadnewad1 Misting Numbers due to coming Iff beWPdAgents Wanted In very locality WrlUfci nni Anyone stndlcg ui four DIW yearly bicrlptlon will rtceU TOT Crrtisx frM fw rem BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY t ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishing in every room All service fintolaaa Popular prices 1lIerchan Tailoring shop fa- CHARLES JACOIS Prop I 8lrttlolpotCourl Richmond Ky Ice Cream ji All Flavors lee Crasm Sods Fruit Flavors Florida end California Emits Early VegeUbles jt j jfi Phone JOES No ea Select Groper and Caterer Joel Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist Office Orer Printing offio- BERII KT Open Every Day from 9 oclock Ie 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 lutrumenta repaired end tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted Bon Bona in neat i pound boxes East End Drug Co Wain St Berea Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS j VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunchcounter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky THOSE No 73 Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at popula prices Next door to Joel R 0 Englt Prop Yarn St Richmond Ky J Williams b better proper eld than nr to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL HEPARINO promptly Clean teg ud Fretting a paebity Work guaranteed W A Williams iiPreset Iu Xi uhi Vswlta of iEburntinu un- ter jjjfrgroro nf tit e jJ utq By BOOKER T WASHINGTON President Tuik ee Imtltute fnl UDGED purely from an economic and industrial point of view the education of the negro is paying and will pay more largely in the future in proportion as educational opportu nities are increased- A careful examination shows that of the men and women trained at Hampton and Tuskegee not ten per cent can be found in idleness at any season in the year They have learned the beauty of work the disgrace of idle ess But it has been repeated with emphasis that no matter how much strength of mind or skill of hand the black man may acquire after all the weak point in that education docs not help but retards his moral growth and that educated negro youths are more given to crime that was true in the older generations A study of the criminal statistics of the whole world shows that it is the young people who are most given to crime But what arc the facts as to the effect of education Within the last month I have asked and secured direct information as to the criminal records of the graduates of 15 of the largest and oldest negro colleges and industrial schools and the facts are that only two graduates out of the whole number have ever been sentenced to prison and at the present time not a single man or woman bearing the diploma of one of these 15 institutions wears the prison garb The records of the south show that 90 per cent of the colored per sons in prison are without knowledge of trade and 61 per cent are illiterate This statement alone disproves the assertion that the negro grows in crime as he secures education If the negro at the north is more criminal than his brother at the south it is largely because the north withholds from him the opportunity for employment that the south gives It is not the educated negro who has been guilty of or even charged with crime It isas a rule the one who has a mere smattering of education or who is in total ignorance After years of civilization and opportunity in Italy JI per cent of the population are illiterate In Spain 68 per cent in Russia 78 percent in the average South American country 80 per cent while 40 years of freedom and opportunity the negro has only 44 per cent of illiteracy to his debit There should be no disguising the fact that there are anxious days for any race and serious effort is ahead but never for a moment do r doubt our ultimate triumph Freedom can be never given It must be purchased Our success will finally come by our learning to exer cise our patience self control and courage which will make us begin at the bottom and lay the foundation of our growth in the ownership and skillful cultivation of the soil the possession of a bank account f the exercise of thrift and skill and the application of the highest cul ture of hand head and heart to the thing which times need have done In proportion as the negro can convince the southern white man that by reason of education he can perform in the best manner the services of head and hand that the community desires in the same proportion will that lasting friendship between the races which is jo vital be strengthened The race like the individual that makes itself indispen Bible has solved most of its problems nul iEueuiugli Cent By MRS MARGARET W RAVENHILL VlcePrildent of So roll I believe mens clubs Anything that willmake men any bet ter I say let them have it I think a club is an excellent for a man It broadens him it takes him awav from the petty details of housekeeping and it makes him better natured and splendidto agree with me Is there anything more despicable than the man who hangs around the house all the time How many a woman would be willing to pay the dues to every club in town to get rid of the molly coddles who sit round doing nothing and interfering with the necessary work of the household Yes let the men go to clubs the whole six evenings in the week and mayhap the seventh I never should put any obstacle in their path nor use any persuasive powers to keep them at homeINevertheless this absolute freedom depends greatly upon the man himself Some men axe benefited by clubs others arc harmed by themI To my way of thinking it is a question which must settle itself and the prime factor in the puzzle is the man himself If he wants to go to his club let him If he elects to remain at home again let him He is go ing to have his own way in any case so why worry whether he will take one two three or even seven evenings a week He is going to do as he pleases in the long run I really think they are more bearable when they belong to half a dozen clubs and fill up the six evenings of the week Jnlitirul 3iiarBy HENRY B HERBERT President of the New York Produce Exchange in place We must not forget that it is considered good politics to fill the public mind with fear during a partisan cam paign and to emphasize the proposition that if the other fellow gets into office the most dire results will surely follow In national politics this agitation is brought toa maximum If we arc to believe all that we are told a national calamity is bound to occur no matter which political party wins Six months later no matter who is elecetd the banker is seeking employment for his money and the manufacturer is hustling for a buyer for his goods the depression incidental to the presidential year has been forgotten excepting as it shows in the financial exhibit of needless i farmer unmindful of political excitement continues to plant his crops and make ready for the harvest the cattle raiser increases his flocks and herds unmindful of a politcal outcome and the miner in no wise restricts the output of mine no matter what may be his political fears This class of citizens does not let any political ex citement interfere with their business during the presidential year Why should we If we had a presidential election every year we should i not have any such thing as a year of depression in business We should get used to it It would seem that the years 1904 and 1905 should have no logical basis for a business depression for the farmer will have bountiful crops and that is largely the basis of our national prosperity THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOLi Lesson in the International Series for August 81 1004 Elijah on Mount Carmel Prepared by the Highway and By- WAY Preacher Copyright by J M EtJson LESSON TEXT o King 18SO46j Memory Verss C peopleComecame near unto him And he repaired the altar of the Lord that was broken down JL And Elijah took twelve stones accord ing to tho number of the tribes of the sons of Jacob unto whom tho word of the Lord came saying Israel shall bo thy name II AnJ with tho stones he built an altar In the name of tho Lord and he made a trench about the altar as great as would contain two measures of seed SI And he put the wood In order and cut the bullock to pieces and laid him on tho wood and said Fill four barrels with wa tel and pour It on the burnt sacrifice anI- on the wood And ho said Do It tho second time And he said Do It the third time And they did It tho third time Si And the water ran round about the altar and he tilled the trench alia with water And It came to PASS at the time of the offering of tho evening sacrifice that Elijah the prophet came near and said Lord Ood of Abraham Isaac and of Israel let It be known this day that Thou art God In Israel and that I am Thy servant and that I have done all these things at Thy word rt Hear me 0 Lord hear me that this people may know that Thou art the Lord God and that Thou but turned their heart back again M And the fire of the Lord fell and consumed the burnt sacrifice and the wood and the stones and tbs dust and licked up the water that was In the trench J9 And when all the people saw It they fell on their faces and they said The Lord He Is the Gods the Lord He Is the Ood And Elijah said unto them Take the prophets of Uaal let not one of them es cape And they took them and Elijah brought them down to the brook Klshon and slew them there II And Elijah said unto Ahab Get the up eat and drink for there Is a sound of up to eat and to drink rainIup to the top of Carmel down upon the earth between his knees 43 And said to his servant Go up now look toward the sea And he went up and looked and said There Is nothing And he said Go again seven time- And It came to pass at the seventh time that he said Behold there arlseth a little cloud out of the sea like a mans hnd And ho said Go up say unto Ahab Prepare thy chariot and get thee down- that the rain stop thee not And It came to pass In the meanwhile that the heaven was black with clouds and wind and there was a great rain And Ahab rode and went to Jetreel 44 And the hand of the Lord was on Ell jah and he girded up his loins and ran before Ahab to the entrance of Jeireel GOLDEN TEXTU the Lori be God follow hlmI Kings 1I2L TIME Boon after the events of last tea son ILACEMount Carmel probably near Its summit Comparing Scripture with Scripture Faith That Could Walt Ag we con template Elijah glorious triumph ou Mount Carmel let us not forget the long three and onehalf years of patient walt Ing The test of success In Gods work generally comes at this point David emphasizes it in Ia 271314 and Paul says Having done all stand Ell- jah waited and his waiting brought Its glorious triumph Heb 1036 Gal CD Rev 210 The longest night has 1U end Noah waited 100 years for the Hood Abraham waited a lifetime for the son of promise Israel waited 400 years for deliverance David waited many perilous years for the kingdom Faith That Knew No Fear Elijah had fled to the brook and then Zarephath to escape the foes of God now ho faces them True faith sometimes runs from evil rnd evils forces And faith made Elijah bold to command a king to gather representatives from all over the nation and to challenge the 850 false prophets to decisive test True faith never fears In tho face of Gods foes Matt 1026 Ps 2713 504 1186 Faith That Dared tho Test Elijah on Mount Carmel with God was mightier than all of Daals prophets and tho king of Israel behind them But remember that Elijah was acting for God at Gods direction see verse 36 and for Gods honor and glory and tho salvation of Israel When God plans the teat it is always safe to risk everything upon It One with God Is a majority How rich Gods word Is tn examples of the truth of thin Faith to Execute Gods Judgments The law of tho Mosaic dispensation required that false prophets bo slain Deut 1315 1820 Zech 1323 To tall to observe and execute all of Gods word Is disastrous See examples In 1 Sam 152 39 23 2 Kings 131419 Paul as Gods faithful apostle performed a painful duty 1 Cor 515 1 Tim 120 God has given us the sword of the Spirit which Is the Word of God with which to fight against tho false prophets and the evil Let us bo bold and fearless In the wielding of that weapon Heb 412 Faith That Drought the Blessing Faith that could walt faith that knew no fear faith that dared the test faith that executed Gods judgments was tho kind of faith which could bring tho blessing Sound of abundance of rain Elijahs ear was quickened to hear tho sound bcforo there was a cloud In sight There Is always sound of abundance of rain whero faith performs her whole duty All tho tithes brought Into the storehouse mean tho pouring out of the blessing Mal 310 Real faith is over coming faith 1 John 54 THE GOLDEN TEXT If the Lord be God follow Him This Is the challenge that comes to every soul We are ready to cry with tho people on Mount Carmel The Lord Ho ia God the Lord He U God But how about following Him We should follow Him because 1 Ho Invites us Matt 1128 2 His way Is tho only safe way Ps 1 Gnld3lJameslIn Heaven John H42 U Ills way If profitable 1 Tim 41 n COLLEGE BOYS ANCHOR Manly Brave Stand Taken byOn Boy helps Another to Decide for Total Abstinence Its awfully good to see you old fellow said lint ScynSuur as ho met his 12yearold cousin Alan Tracy at the station one morning In June feared you would not be able to tear yotfr self away from the farm hint U will tako more than two weeks vaca tion to see what wove got to show you I think so said Alan as ho looked about him on the unaccustomed sights of the bustling city of which he had heard so much The two weeks came swiftly to a close every hour filled with enjoyment writes Mary Hopkins Illlllngslra In the Union Signal The night before returning home a dinner party was given 1n hit honorA cousin whom you kayo not met Is coming Hal announced lie Is Uncle Georges son and a college boy but he never snubs his younger relatives and he tells Jolly good stories You cant help liking him The college boy proved to be all and more than Hal had promised and In the half hour before dinner was announced Mans admiration had gone out to him In the Impulsive manner of ahoy always ready for hero worship The table dazzling with sliver rare china and cut glaM and glowing with ALAN QtIETLV HEArllKD JOlt WAnD AND TUHNED 1OWN 1I1H CLASH bright flowers was a beautiful as well M a novel sight to eyes acctutoratd only to plain living Alan found himself wish Ing that his family could afford such lavish living when suddenly his eyes fell upon a slcnderslcmmcd bright colored glass beside the goblet of water at serIxnttwith fact and precept as becomes the loyal crusader with a mighty effort shook Itself free from tho environment of the hour Ills clear eye darkened as he tried to think of the right thing to do lie had no desire to create a scene and surely not to embarrass his uncles family who had showed him to much kindness but he was determined to be truo to his colors- Conversation was flatting freely and tho waiter was pouring wine for his neighbor Alan quietly reached forward and turned down his glittering glass The waiter hovered over him a moment and then pasted on while no one seemed to have noticed the small Incident Alans Hushed face however Indicated what It hnd cost him to do the unusual thing and tho modest boy felt for a moment that the eyes of all the com pany wore turned upon him It was dif ficult to partakeof the delicacies before him lie gradually relaxed Into cat hut ns ho turned to reply to Hal who seated next to him had whispered You ought to taste this wine Its ro sweet he was startled to hear the clear tones of his admired cousin the coljego boy ring out ell do you know I have been hail- Ing between two opinions for a long timewhether to take the pledge of total abstinence or not I know It Is bout for a boy at college to have a strong anchor but I had not made my decision until I saw newfound cousin over there turn down his glass just now When I witnessed his courage nnd It In great the little shnverl excuse me Alan why I know Instantly what was the right thing for me to do I enroll beside him And IAnd IAnd II heartily called out other youthful voices Alans eyes sparkling though misty happinessI 1tllhllythe country boy had ever known PROGRESS OF REFORM lIe who rents his buildings for evil purposes Is betraying his Lord for thirty pieces of silver United Presbyterian Mrs Margaret Sherman of Menom 5000damages IordlnandC beIngThe great breweries of Rochester drinkingdurlggtho workingmen have averaged about ten barrels of beer each per year auJ have become disobedient careless ins different and Incompetent DEAFNESSITOBACCO Views of Wyatt Wingrave M D Phy dOll and Pathologist to London Throat and Ear Hospital We cannot tall to have observed the rapidly Increasing consumption of tobacco which Is not only beyond all proportion to the Increase of popula tion but promises to extend to a still greater degree and further that its overindulgence especially by youths Is likely to be responsible for serious morbid changes some of which are of Immediate Interest to us In ono de partment of our work Its respond busty for serious morbid visual change has been fully established and observing tho frequent occurrences of deaf ness In those suffering with tobacco amblyopla It occurred to mo that the association might bo more than coincidental This prompted a careful exam ination of such canes Deafness duo to tobacco smoking may bo conveniently classified in groups according to their 1 Mechanical or pneumatic i threoJdeafness tative or catArrhal 3 toxic or 1 Mechanical This has Its origin In Ufo habit of smoking a tightly packed plpo cigar or cigarette especially In those suffering with natal obstruction A violent minus or negative imso pharyngeal pressure Is exerted with each Inspiration not only upon the Eustachian tubes but also upon the blood and lymph vessels of the parts so leading to hyperacmta upon whose symptoms and treatment we need not dwell 2 Irritative or Catarrhal Thll Corm ls very familiar In the early morning cough and expectoration of habitual smokers It Is caused by the chemical and mechanical Irritation of the smoke on the mucous membrane extending along the Eustachian tube and Inducing also hyprrtrophlc changes 3 Toxic or Nerve Deafness This Is duo to the gradual accumulation of certain toxins of tobacco In the system Whatever the actual poison may be whether plcro toxin nicotine or any other It Is found an a rule In largest amounts In the darkest strongest and cheapest tobaccos o R cut plug cut cavendish shag etc alto In clear of the maduro strength oriental as well as occidental This poison Is undoubt edly cumulative since complete nbitl nence Is essential to effecting any per manent Improvement mere reduction In the quantity consumed or of Its strength generally proves unutlifac toryThe effect of tobacco toxin upon the cardlovascular system Is familiar to all of us Also Its Influence upon the gastroIntestinal tract which may be responsible for the production of further toxins nut Its most striking effect Is upon the nervous system as exempli lied In tobacco amblyopla a disease characterized by degeneration of certain bundles of the optic nerve known as tho paplllomaculsr fibers scotoma i characterized prominently by the loss of appreciation of the visual red waves Does the auditory nerve present a similar degeneration Although at wo have no definite presentIdence tho fact that there was deficiency In the appreciation of low tones In per cent of the eaten record ed Is presumptive evidence In favor of there being some selective degeneration at work In the auditory as In the optlo nerveThe effects of the toxins may possi bly bo terminal and central but these are questions which alto demand careful and extensive observations both hlstolnplral and clinical The cues which have examined are 17 In num her They ate those of typical nerve deafness for which no cause other than tobacco abuse could be found Tp save time give you a brief abstract of their chief features Ages With regard to age eight oc curred between 24 and 40 and nine oc curred between 48 and 64 Tobacco They all smoked very strong tobacco or cigars or cigarettes and In large quantities Deafness They were nil subjects of symmetrical nerve deafness an appre elation of low tones was deficient In eight tinnitus nnd vertigo being generally well marked VisionThere was marked Impair ment of color etlsereIJln 12 of which four had welldefined scotoma Treatment Treatment consisted of complete abstinence from tobacco In every form with the administration of strychnia quinine or bromides Results Quinine bromidra separate ly or combined afforded no appreciable effect but strychnia pushed to full doses proved more successful threo severe cases wero completely cured in eight nine and twelve months respectively nine showed marked Improvement two Improved only slowly and two refuted to continuo treatment That tho Im provement was In a great measure duo to arrest of smoking was shown In soy eral cases which always relapsed on resuming thin habit although strychnia was persisted with Improvement was again marked on abstaining from tobacco In conclusion allow me to emphasize tho following points 1 That they were well marked cases of nerve deafness unnttrlbutnblo to other causes occurring In heavy smok ers 2 That tho loss of low tones In 50 per cent suggests an auditory equivalent to a recognized ocular lesion 3 That there was definite scotoraa tnifour cases and Impaired sensation ot vision In eight of them 4 That the disease WAS symmetrical 5 That 80 per cent showed marked Improvement on abstinence from tobac co and supplemented by drug treatro eat three were cured But the habit was so strong and tho will so weak that the forecast waa not always encouraging A CONVENIENT FARMHOUSE Arranged and Divided So That It Will Satisfy the Koit Exacting Bousewife The elevation and floor plans convey the general features of tho design 10 tully that little need be said by way of explanation Tho hired man has a good Ized bedroom directly over tho kitchen and 10 Isolated with a night door at the foot of the stairs on the piazza that ho can retire early or late without disturb fug the household This arrangement should satisfy the most exacting house wife as It keeps the help out of the kitchen and no door need be left open at CONVENIENT FAIIU HOUSE Bight or until morning for the hired man The living room on tho first floor has an open Ore place for wood fire during the cold months A room with a fireplace will change Its air three times an hour The dining room adjoining the living room also contains a fireplace and It hould be used If for ventilation alone The kitchen Is connected with the cel lar by Inside stairs and Rho has stairs from the entry to mans room Adjoin IUAN OF FIRST FLOOR Ing the II vlng room Is commodious bed room which would be convenientfor old people or during sickness This floor also contains a large pantry and china closet The second story contains four bed rooms three with closets and bath room The first story Is nine feet In the clear a tho second eight feet Tho walls outsider are sheathed and papered and finished with pine aiding and shingles as Is also the roof Tho studding joists and raft era are spaced 16 Inches from center and all joists are well bridged All window I sashes are IK Inches thick glazed at PLAN OF SECOND FLOOR shown and hung to balance weights with good cord The porch and veranda floors are nar row tongued and grooved pine carefully nailed and closely laid Tho closets and pantry are all prpperly shelved and booked Tho Interior finish is of good grade cypress wood oiled and varnished The cellar which extends under the if hole house Is six feet six Inches In tho clear and laid up with field alone and cement Tho exterior wood work has three coats of white lead and linseed oil In combination colors with moss green roof and dark brown chimneys This farm house can bo built as described In almost any section of the country for f3000John F Lope In Ohio Farmer HAS MUCH RESPONSIBILITY The Man Who Milks Cows Can Be Either a Protector or an Enemy- of His Fellowst When a man Is milking ho should bear In mind that ho Is handling a food product which will undoubtedly be placed on tho tables of many people In essentially tho same condition that It Is obtained from him says Prof IL Fnrrlngton Ho should be just as par ticular and as careful when milking to supply Ida customers or for a factory pitchertwhen milking and asks to have It filled for his own supper table Milk and Us products are as a rule need raw with all the Impurities that may have got Into them on tho way from the cow to the tablo and the con sumer does not like to bo reminded of these possibilities of contamination by r the appearance of tho milk when he gets It Milk Is sometimes a source of positive danger to a community al- It has been demonstrated that diseases may be spread by this food product from one farm to many households When such contagious diseases as ty phoid fever diphtheria and scarlet fever occur In a family selling milk the fact should at once bo mado known la the proper authorities DAIRY FARM MANAGEMENT Some Things That Are Absolutely Necessary to Hake the Business a Success There are several things essential U ucccsa in dairying First good cows second good utensils third good milkers and careful handling of the cows with a bolABced ration At U cows from my limited experience ii dairying I consider a cross between a Holstein and a Shorthorn a very goo4 cow If she la raised right By good utensil I mean a good sep arator Now I aa aot advocating any particular separator but think thai the kind that separates is the one for- ma I do not like those that are called separators but are only cream rats era bosauso the milk ia comparative worthless when mixed with water u It has to bo In some of those so callc separatorsIce always bo provided la proportion to the number of cows one Intends to milk I had a houso lOi 12x10 and found It large enough to supply a big refrigerator and give ut all tho Ico we wanted In caring for UM milk from 16 cows Abovo everything else be always everythingcomes In contact with milk or cream or butter Cows should bo carefully handled al ways A cow that Is giving milk should never be made to run or be is any way worried The better care cow has all things considered the more profitable she will boolIavo I good barn for both winter and aum men Tho barn that is good for wIn- ter Is all right to milk In In summer Now u to feed A good pasture la summer with a little dry fed gives 1 balanced ration near enough for good results I use now corn and oats to gather with shorts and bran for the grain part and clover hay for the balance I know this Is good for I have tried It and mado butter for market and sold cream to creameries Thi amount depends largely upon the cow and upon the manner In which she usimilate her teedJ C Murdock la Prairie Farmer SYSTEM IN COOLING MILK Upon the Proper Performance of This Task Depend the Success of the Butter Makers It the shallow or open system as It Is called Is used strain the milk as soon as It Is drawn first through a wlro strainer and then through a thin cloth or muslin The amount of sedi ment that adheres to the cloth will be a surprise unless the milkers have been unusually careful Milk should not be covered for at least half an hour In summer and ten minutes in winter thus allowing all animal matter to escape If the habit has been to cover the vessels Immediately after the milk la strained where wooden covers are used unless they are cleaned dally they become dark and discolored by absorption of vapors and an unpleasant smell or odor Is Imparted to the milk and cream Tho temperature at which milk is kept should bo as uniform as possible A stone dairy house Is better than another Milk should be kept at as low a temperature as Is porslblo during warm weather If Ice cannot bo had then tho vessels should be Immersed to at least half their depth In cold water which should be changed twice a day or oftener If the weather is excessively hot A long w ooden box or trench of atone or cement U best adapted for this purpose where one does not possess a creamer Tho water la drawn off through an orifice at one end of tho box It the water can bo led Into It by a pipe from a spring and a constant current kept up an Ideal creamer will be the result Trenches should bo cleansed occasionally with washing soda or lye and afterward scalded Milk should be skimmed when the first sign of acidity Is detected and not left until thick or clabbered Orange Judd Farmer i BUTTER BOX FOR SUMMER now One Dalryman Manages to Carry Ills Wares to Town in Excellent Condition A refrigerator that I take butter la to town nine miles away in hot weather is made thus Get two clean tight boxes of some odorless wood one ixlBxl3 Inches deep and tho oth er 9x12x10 Inches deep Slip the one Inside the other with n notched block b in each corner to hold Inside box In place Fasten the covers c together so as to leavo an air space of about one Inch between themall around This slzo box will hold 20 pounds butter nicely It will carry butter solid In wagon all day In 90 degrees weather Farm and Homo Advantages of Irrigation The Irrigated area Is growing larger rapidly This IB so particularly In the arid regions In time tho enlargement will become general Irrigation is nec essary where there In IItUe or no rain fall but that does not argue that it should not bo provided for even In sections in which tho rainfall is fairly reliable It costs less to provide Irriga tion where rains aro abundant because smaller supplies of water need to be stored When water Is needed even within the rain belt It must be provided or the crops are lost There Is a drought now and then in the best watered sec tions of tho country In time In these places theta will be no such calamity u a failure of crops BREAKING IT GENTLY BY SARAH WILLIAMSON Tho messenger boy waited while Jack Powers wrote his answer to her note Very well Kathleen wrote Jack Ill be there You say for the last time I wonder why 7 He sent a boy with the note and an or der on a florist for a box of violets u the messages accompaniment and then ho returned to his work again Im a beastly cad cogitated Jack and thate what But it must be done For the last time she said Perhaps shes hoard It would help things a lot It she bad Ho looked meditatively at a photograph which he fished from a dark pigeonhole in his desk Shes a mighty nice little thing he said to himself but And then ho took another photograph from an Inner pocket of his coat and kissed It tenderly Kathleen burled her nez retrousse In tho purple fragrance and sniffed with satisfactionJack sends violets she said to no ono In particular though hermald sat near by sewing some lace on the din ner frock her mistress had bade her layout for her to wear Kathleen looked gloomily upon a tall vase of longstemmed American Beau ties that stood on the table Thats the difference In men Law rence sends big Beauties because they cost money and Jack sends violets be cause theyre my favorite flower Poor Jack How can I break his heart for I suppose It will You say for the last time I wonder why Helgho We must take our medicine Marie Because I prefer millions to love In a cottage thats why Hurry with the waist Marie I must not be late at my last dIn- ner with Jack No I didnt think we needed a chap eron tonight Jack WhynottonlghtT Because well Life Is too short to quarrel Life Is too short to sigh = Ill tell you by and by Jackafter the fish perhaps- I too havo something to tell you Kathleen For the space of ten minutes while the garcon placed the soup before them Jack felt uncomfortable Everybody hales to attack a disagreeable duty When the duty Involves a pretty woman It Is doubly distasteful However he took a surreptitious peep at the photo graph In his breast pocket and it nerved him to his task Nevertheless there was no hurry about It Isnt It absurd Jack to say that love makes the world go round f asked KathleenIn diplomatic feminine way she had wished to lead up to the subject she had come to discuss Of course It Is he answered when champagne If one has enough of It will do tho same thing Salmon oh Jack do you remember how we trolled for salmon at Del Monto last summer Did ho remember Ho had to pat tho photograph in his pocket to forget I read the other day Kathleen was saying that a girl who couldnt make up her mind between two lovers hasnt a mind worth making up Sho looked at him from the corners of her eyes Jacks face lighted up She knew then and that was the meaning of her destro for n farewell dinner How easy Itwould be now to explain But Kathleen was not waiting for an answerThey say theres no skill In winning a game where one holds all tho trumps But In the game of hearts Jack suppose ono held just two Dont you think It would be hard to know which to die cardBravo thought Jack What a clever little diplomat Kathleen lal But sho veered to the other side Isnt It nice Jack just we two sitting here like this oh so tenderly Isnt It like old times Ho really couldnt help itone little kiss was nothing There was a pause of some minutes and then Kathleen sprang to her feet Dont Jack or I wont be able to brace myself to tho ordeal Dont look like that Ho put his hand In his coat pocket Yes the photograph was there Had ho been untrue to her Im engaged engaged Jack said Kathleen excitedly Im going to marry Lawrence Smith the millionaire Oh Jack I never really thought you cared why didnt you ask me years ago when I was a bud Its too lato now too late Its going to be a grand church wedding He wanted It to bo a quiet af fair but ThouGht It would bo the last quiet day hed have no doubt Why Jack I never knew you to make such a wretched joke before Hlgb noon nt St Lukes June 8 Youll bo thereIm afraid not Kathleen I Ob wo can still be friends This IB tho twentieth century you know and jealousy Is out of date- I know but Oh you must pleaded Kathleen else you must know what people will say Sho gave him a goodby kiss to make her plea more profound Oh the mischief I cant Kathleen ho said squeezing her little hands warmly I would If I could but you know but Its Impossible Why deer s The words wore warm but the tone was cold Well Ill tell yon Ive tried to tell you al the evening but you didnt give mo a chance Im going to be married myself that same daySan Francisco Town Talk Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and tiDe PINE Invite you to drive proItlook u well a the net of your turnout or is it shabby 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t Institute at Irvine lust week Frank Lonigun rand Robt Ander tsou are working at Cochin Ky Miss Bess Marsh is expected to return from Nebraska tomorrowj Mrs S G Hanson is visiting her daughter Mrs Jones in Ciucinnati Prof and Mrs Dinsmpro are attending the Worlds Fair this week Miss Lillio Witt of Parsons Kansas is visiting relatives in this vie unity A house north of town belonging to Mrs Dudley was burned Tuesday morning Win Moores ice house near the railroad burned to the ground Tues daynight Mrs A E Thompson conducted services at the Union church last Sunday morning Gilbert Wejmer has gone to In dianapolis hid to work in a meat packing house H Washburn spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of D E Click at Kerby Knob Mrs T J Osborne and son Ralph returned Saturday night from a visit at Saybrook Ohio N P Graham who has been employed on the new chapel has gone to Jonesville Va W L Hanson of Winchester visited his parents Mr and Mrs S G Hanson last week Misses Lucy Parsons of McKee 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and winter with her daughter Miss M Adelia Fox at Narrow Gap Mrs E H Yocum and son Mau rice accompanied by C L Phelps left Sunday morning for San Fran cisco Cal On the way they will visit friends in Lexington and Salt Lake City and will spend two days at the Worlds Fair They were joiuedjat Lexington by Mrs Yocums t daughter Louise FOR SALEGood Milch Cow C C Rhodus tf NEW RULE FOR STUDENTS WHOSE HOMES ARE IN UREA Students whoso homes are in Borea should attend Berea College fur tho entire year or go to the Public School the entire year Those who do not attend the College in the Fall Term will not be allowed to enter in the Winter FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY SEP TEMBER 14 This rule does NOT apply to students who teach nor to those whose homes are not in Berea rte M A Chance to Earn Some Money- to bo applied on incidental foes is offered young women or parents who will children in school this fall in cleaning the College buildings Persons wishing this work should upplat once to Mrs Frank Hays or Treasurer T J Oslwrne I I I 11 H HI I I H1HlIHH College Items HERE AND THERE 111 I I IIH Dr G A Hubbell is in Chicago this week Foundations are being laid for the new Library Mrs Sara L Hong returned Saturday trout her vacation W H Morse has returned to his home in Corning N Y James R Young loft yesterday for his home in Deerlield Ohio John Gcrdos will return from New York about tho first of September Chas F Bender of Now Milford Ohio will bo in school again this fallMiss Jessie M Cowgill returned Tuesday night after attending the Worlds Fair and visiting friends in Indiana and Illinois Miss Alice Titus Class of HK2 has accepted position in tho State Colored Normal and Industrial In stitute at Frankfort Dr W B Beatty class of 1001 who graduated last spring from the Dental Department of Howard Univ ersity Washington D C is practic ing ai Cairo Ill- Empreea of China The countenance of the young em press of China the spouse of his Im perial majesty Kuans Hsu null niece of the dowager empress Is not familiar to the public for the cry good reason that prior to a short tine ago her pIc- ture land never appeared In print When the dowager empress the real ruler of China was scheming during the reign of the childless Ktnperor Tongchi to get the reins of power In her own hands she obtained the recog nition of the present emperor as heir to the throne and then married him to her niece Deeds of Daring wltmeat atunter art recorded In tbs later eating aerial story which beelot ia toll luau entitled A Real Daughter of the Revolution It ie a tolJ of WubtaftM tot M Yorktown campaln and the MUTMOH of Conw Uie data which it wen n a eases lsglon tab It UaABtrteu story tM AMtricu rtidert It Begins in This Issue VETERANS PARADE TwentySix Thousand Survivors of tho Union Forces of the Civil War In Line FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY Five ueIQulredPass a Given Polut Reviewed By Qov Bates and Com manderlnChlef Black ExConfed orate Officer Occupied Pool tions In the Stand Boston Aug 17 Tuesday 26000 survivors of the union forces of tho civil war assembled from all sections of the United States marched through the streets of Boston Five and one half hours were required for tho pa rude to pass h given point and It was n severe strain on tho old soldiers but generally they boro tho hardships well More than threo score of thorn dropped in tho ranks from exhaustion and heat prostration and were cared for at tho field and civic hospitals The death of one soldier marred an otherwise happy day Col John P Pyron a member of John A Dlx post of Now York died from heart failure Induced by exhaustion At least 250 spectators mostly women walked during tho parade and many persona wore slightly Injured and had their clothing torn In the crush The spectacle of the marching gray haired soldiers was ono calculated to thrill and everywhere tho army was received with applause As tho columns of bluo swept up Deacon Hill closely following tho northerly side of tho famous Dostou common they were reviewed from the state house by Gov John L Bates who was accompanied by distinguish ed personages Including Gov Van Sant of Minnesota former Oovs W Murphy Crane and Goorgo S Bout well of Massachusetts Henry Cabot Lodge and Booker Washington and at the city hall Mayor Patrick A Col has reviewed tho parade having as his guests tho mayors of a dozen citiesAt the end of the review Commander ln Chief John C Black of the O A R held his review Several former confederate officers occupied places lathe stand and tho preeminently pic turesque feature of the parade was the Living flag formed by two thousand children dressed variously In white red and blue and seated near the re- vIewIng stands Every soldier of the marching army raised his hat as he passed this picture while tho children Joined In Dixie and tho Battle Hymn of tho Republic Reports Tuesday night Indicate that more than 300 persons were eIther prostrated by the heat or fainted In tho crowda during tho day and one known fatality Col John P Bryon of Now York THE PEOPLES PARTY The Notification of Candidate Will Take Place In New York New York Aug 17Tim notifica tion of tho candidates of the peoples party will take placo at Cooper Union New York August 18 at 8 p m The members of the committee having the matter in chargo are as follows Judgo Samuel W Williams Vln comics Ind William V Allen for mer United States senator from Nebraska L H Wollock of Iowa Paul J Dixon of Missouri T A Edralna ton of Nebraska chairman of thp stato committee and John Holloway of Illinois POWER OF A CLEAN LIFE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT of speech as well as of lire These stand as tho basis of patriotism it self I do not care how strong a man is or how bravo he is if ho is crook ed If ho docs not have in him tho love of country his other qualities make him a curse If ho is strong and able and hmo ho is only the moro formidable and dangerous Tli greater a mans ability if that ability is not combined with moral uprightness the more dangerous that man is Unless there is a spirit of honesty in a man his courage his strength his power but make him a dangerous creature The Tide Rittt the Tide Falls The tide rleca the tide falls The twilight darkens the curfew calls Along the sea sands damp and brown The traveler hastens toward the town And the tide rises the tide tails Darkness settles on roof and walls Hut the sea the sea In the darkness calla The little waves with their soft white hands Efface the footprints In the sands And the tide rises the tide falls The morning breaks the steeds In their stalls Stump and neigh ns the hostler calls The day returns but nevermore rteturfis the traveler to the shore And the tide rises the tide falls Longfellow The Hills of Desire Lust night I saw them In a dream And marveled till the morn The purple hills the sunlit hulls The hills where I was born Those gentle slopes I shall not climb Though lung I may aspire Etlll will they gleam in each toM dream The hilts of tar desire 1 JBS Owea Tryem HORRIBLE DEATHS Will Cato and Paul Reed Satu rated With Oil and Burned at tho Stake TAKEN FROM SOLDIERS BY A MOBI They Wnro Convicted of the Brutal Murder of the llodgea Family Near State boro Ga The Men After the Legal Trial Were Sentenced to Bo Hanged Septem ber B and Were About to Be- Taken to Savannah Statoaboro Ga Aug 11Pau1 Reed and Will Cato two of the principals In the murder and burning of Henry Hodges and wire and three children six miles from Statesboro three weeks ago were burned at tho stake Tues day Tuesday afternoon at 121 oclock a determined mob charged on tho court house overpowered the military guard secured Cato and Reed who had been found guilty after a legal trial and sentenced to bo hanged September 9 took them two tulles from Statesboro and thero burned them allvo When the attack on tho guards was mado Rev Mr Hodges brother of the murdered man pleaded with the crowd to let the law tako Its course but his advlco was unheeded Mob But the Door The small guard with tho prisoners withdrew into tho court room and closed tho door The mob crashed against It bursting it as though It wcro au eggshell Cato Reed Handy Hell and the other prisoners cowered before the crowd They dragged Cato and Reed out releasing hell Into tho hands of the few soldiers left there as soon as they learned that he was not Reed for they had mistaken him Reed was taken down ono stairway with a ropo about his neck and Cato down the othor both pleading for their lives Dy this time the crowd numbered 600 persons The doomed men were dragged the crowd shouting and cheering along tho roadway leading to the Hodges homestead Going 75 yards from the road the crowd halted The two Negroes wero made to seat themselves on a log They wore told they had but a short tlmo to live and that they should con fees Reed was the first to speak Ho confessed Implicating other Negroes as ho had In tho court room Ho de nied however that ho had taken an active part in the murder Cato answered incoherently Tho crowd moved across a Held to a strip of woodlandChained to a Stump To a large stump 12 foot high tho moo wero chained with their backs to limo stump Then a wagonload of plno wood was hauled to tho spot It was piled around tbo men and ten gallons of kerosene was thrown over them A photographer was present and tho crowd was cleared back that ho might get several views of the men bound to tho stake and ready for tho burning Then followed an awful scone Fren zled cheers rent the air as men al most crazed with hatred of tho men being punished saw the cruel flames drinking up the lifeblood Just as tho match was applied to the pyro ono of those In trout asked Reed It ho wanted to tell tho truth beforo ho died Yes sir I killed Mr and Mrs Hodges ho replied Who killed tho children ho was askedHandy Bell came the response as tho flames leaped upwards Tho spectacle was frightful As the flames touched Roods naked ollsoaked skin ho twisted his head around In an ear deavor to choko himself and avoid the fearful torture Only once did he complain He said Lord have mercy Begged to Be Shot Cato screamed In agony and bogS ged to bo shot His heavy suit of hair which was ollsoaked was almost the first thing the flames fastened on and screaming with agony while tho hemp rope became a collar of flro around his neck a thrill of terror ran through tho frames of the more timid of the spec tators Before the flames had quench ed Catos life tbo rope was burned in two and his head swung from side to aide as be endeavored to avoid the fiery tongue By effort almost superhuman he writhed under the close locked chains He was the first to exhibit uncon sciousness and was perhaps the first dead Before the lames progressed very far up his body his bead sank Forward and many believe that the fire tat Into his lungs and killed him As Cato bead swung to and fro some of the more excited members of the par ty commenced throwing light wood knots at it Aa soon as It was seen that the men were dead the crowd commenced dispersing A large num bar remained behind however piling more fuel on until both bodies wore burned except the trunks Lato Tuesday afternoon after the last member of the mob bad left the iceno hundreds of citizens wbo in no wise had participated In the affair repaired to the scone and many remain ed long after nightfall picking up whatever souvenIrs they could find Conspicuous among the crowds wero a number of small boys In knee pants Deputy Sheriffs Assisted Lynched Savannah Go Aug nIt has do sjoped upqa the return of the troops tmfa gtatMboro that deputy sherUfj MNe U IftMUs Wttfc tte IjrMfeMS ANOTHER VICTORY Japanese Troops Havo Secured au Important Laud Position NearPort Arthur HEAVY FIGHTING IS GOING ON The Russian Warships Mado Another Sortie Tuesday situ Returned to Their Former Anchorage Petition of the Besieged at the For tress Is Such That Japanese Demanded a SurrenderAnlwerE- xpected Wednesday Ixindon Aug 17A late dispatch received here Tuesday night says Port Arthur Is lu tames aud Its surrender Is but a matter of hours Toklo Aug 17Tho emperors of fer to release tho non combntnnlx nt Port Arthur coupled with a deinnnd for tho surrender was delivered Tuesday An answer Is expected Wednes day London Aug 17A dispatch to tho Central News from Toklo says that a big oil warehouse at Port Arthur Is blazing furiously and that tho posi tint of tho besieged Is such that tho Japanese are urging them to surren derChe Foci Aug 17Tuesdays wirtlo of the Russian warships from Port Arthur Is regarded as n confirmation of previous reports that the Japanese have occupied an Important land posi tion tho lire from which compelled the Russian vessels to leave tho bar bor It U certain that they returned to their former anchorage after the sortie Junks which left Port Arthur August 13 report that heavy lighting was continuing Cho Foo Aug 17A striking Inch dent of tho naval engagement of Au gust 10 was tho surrounding of tho battleship Retvltan by Japanese tor Ido boats tho other Russian vessels having gone to tho assistance of tho Ciarovltch which was then hard pressed Tho Retvltan desperately at tempted to break through the line and tried to ram a cruiser which appeared but olio was fairly blown out of her course by n hall of shells front tho cruiser which began now pitching In the fight Every officer of tho Czaro woundedITalngtau funeral services wore held In ninny cases over arms and legs One sailor whoso hand was severed by a fragment of shell became crazed by vain and tho horror of blood about hIm Ho approached the captain hold out the severed member In his remain Ing nand and requested that prayer bo said over It WITH HEAVY LOSSES German Troops Fought a Battle With the Rebel Herreros Berlin Aug 17Gon Von Trotha In command of the Gorman troops In Southwest Africa reports that ho fought a battle with tho rebel Ilurro ros on August 11 and 12 Tho na tives woro driven back on tho second day and the town of Hatnakarl was captured Tho losses on both steles wore heavy tho German casualties bo Ing 24 killed and 01 wounded In a skirmish preceding tho battle a patrol commanded by Lieut Ilaron Von Bodenhauscn was surprised anti tho lieutenant and eight men were killed THE CZARS UKASE Corporal Punishment In Russia Will Be Abolished st Petersburg Aug 17ono of the acts of grace signalizing tho birth el an heir to the throne will bo tho total abolition of corporal punishment throughout Rueaa A ukase to thin effect Is expected to bo Issued Wednesday Its reported apparently on good authority that Emperor William of Germany has asked for tho prlvllcgi of acting as ono of tho godfathers of the heir Tho christening will take place August 25 den Stsckelberg Will Be Recalled London Aug 17A dispatch from St Petersburg says Emperor Nicho las has decided to recall Gen Stack elberg who was defeated by tho Jape anese at Vafangow and Tollasu Juno 14 and 10 In his attempt to relieve Port Arthur The United States Protests St Petersburg Aug17r1ko Amor lean ambassador has presented an en ergetic note protesting against tho treating of such merchandlzo au ca bles electric light plants lift machin cry etc as contraband of war Shorthand Reporters Meet St Louis Aug17rfho sixth an nual convention of tho National Shorthand Reporters association convened Tuesday with about 400 delegates present Tho convention will bo In sos sion four days Proves to Be a Hoax Tromsoe Norway Aug 17Tho report recently circulated that a Norwegian whaler had found north of Spitz bergen a bottle containing a letter from Prof Andre dated In 1898 proves to bo a hoax Will Be Held Until War Ends Tslngtau Aug 17Gov Truppol Tuesday stated that tho Russian ships would not bo permitted to loavo tho harbor until after the conclusion of tU X4ry 44 A Swoot Breath is a never failing sign of n healthy stomach When tho breath in ball the stomach is out of order There in no remedy in tho world rqunl to indigestiondisorders illus Mary S Crick ofiWhite Plains Ky writes I havo nilIirow worse Uy thin use of Kodol I began to improve nt one and after taking n few tattle nm fully restored in weight health snit stronglh and can eat whatever I liku Kodol di gests what you oat smith makes thin stomach sweet Soul by East Knit Drug Co Farm For Sale Small farm on Scaffold Cnnn shout 8 milts from Heron Coltngo House iStore llouxo Bnrn and oilier out buildings hood rH lots IbuitrvnYard Young Orriiard of atom 00 hearing trove Good Qardennovor failing wntor also gootl spring with Hrdrnnlio Rum supplying o smith stock water at Barn Will soil ninth for cMiC M SEE lliriM Kr DoWittls tho NlIHO WIn Jim io In buy Wilrh Hizfl Salvo look for thin mimo DttWI Pi ou Hvory lox lue punt unadulterated Wildi llfrIU Irnen lln making IV Wilts Wilch H7 l tide ulII in limb Ht nidvo In Iho world for ruts Intros bruises hoi n WZMIII and pilfH Tim popularity ol DoWilt Witch llnil Salvo duo to is miry riinw hiss CHUM iiiimiioun woillili m oimUtrft to lo plftivd on the matkiit fir jronnino bxnrn thu nuni E C DrtWIll t Co Chicago Sol1Iby KHHI Iud Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My bop in thin mt coinplctn nud lip to ditto In thin part uf lint Sinto for doing nil kiudA of WATCH end CIOCK WORK JEWELRY KEPAIRINQ Etc- I do work for mrwt prominent peopln of H ron and vicinity h Work shut to mo lay mall or rXllntfoS will bore prompt attmition and charges pnid nun wayIlS G FRANKLIN Mt Vornon Kr v REFERENCE Bunk of MtlernonI Tho Donth Penalty A little thing noimlimeH roMiiltn in death Thus n mnro scratch IUlligllUIscant cuts or puny hails have paid thin death pomdty It U ivino to harm ilucklttnri Arnica Salvo ovor brandy UH too last Sdvo on earth and will prevent fatality wlltoll hums Sores Ulcers mud 1ilos Ihroalon Only JJao nt East Hud Drug CoM Drug Sinus WANTED NICE COUNTRY HAMSHarlwr t Iluguoly Hichmoud Ky FOR SALE IOODMILCI1COW OOUbocl- uBnrtRIr UIMPJIOVHD tir A BLUKUKASS Farm 0 mills from Boron Cull on or write to Z M Been KiugHton Ky i JIi 5 ARM OF 72 Afino land 21 mUM watt of Horns Good 8 room dwol ling good barn suit oulbiiildiiiK good orchard good wntor 1rico and terms Call nil or write J P Dicknoli Boron yfHI BUILDING LOTS In llama bit longing to thn John G Fee rotate Special induuemonl to purchnmr of entire tract J P Bicknoll Borra IcyA PURE BRED YEARLING i Hereford bull n Rood ono Call on or write Joe T Jones SlIvlOrICreek Ky H 18 Bishop Joseph S Key Southern M E Church writes Watfnvfl Dr lenlhuugPowders the happiest results The i ffiwla were almost magical and certainly morn satisfactory than from anything we TooLhingPowllllrs the Effects of tho Summers Heat There were 4402 postomcca aisconnn ued during tho past yi ar beIng 403 moro than during the preceding year 1ho principal ciliate for the largo In jrenso III the number of pOHtottlccs dlu rontlnucHl has been the vxtLuslon of the rural free delivery service which ie lulled In tho Jlscontluuanco of 2103 postotUivB during tho year the salaries lrlnliattnK IN A FIERCE BATTLE Russian Cruiser Rurik Sunk by t Adm Kaininuros Fleet Cruisers Rossis and Grombol Were Disabled Toklo Joyous Over the News as It Gives Japan Mar tery Over the Seas Toklo Aug 13Adm Togo has reported as follows On August 10 our combined fleet attacked the enemy fleet near Gu gan rock The Russian vessels were emerging from Port Arthur trying to go south Wo pursued the unemy to tho eastward Severn fighting lasted from 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon Ituntil sundown toward tho closo tho enemys fire weakened remarkably Ills formation became confused and then his ships scattered Tho RUB i sian cruisers Askold and Novlk and f several torpedo boat destroyers fled bl to tho southward Other of the ene mys ships retreated separately toward andlble damage We found life buoys and other articles belonging to tho Rus sian battleship Czarevitch floating at sea Tho Czarovltch probably was sunk We have received no reports from the torpedo boats and tho torpedo boat destroyers which wore engaged In tho attack on tho ships Toklo Aug 1GVlco Adm Kami tura encountered tho Russian Vladlvc atok squadron at dawn Sunday north of Tea Island In tho Strait of Korea and attacked tho enemy at once Tho battle meted for five hours and ro suited In a complete Japanese victory Tho Russian cruiser Rurlk was sunk and tho cruisers Rossla and Grom bol fled to tho northward after having sustained serious damage Vice Adm Kamltura cables tho navy department that tho Injuries Inflicted upon his vessels ware slight Tho fates of tho crow of the flunk Is not known It Is presumed that many of them wore killed or drowned Tho strength of tho fleet under Vlco Adm Kamltura to not known but It Is presumed that ho had tho Adauma Idsugo Iwnto Tttknihlho and other light cruisers Toklo Is joyous over tho news as- it gives Japan mastery of the sea and restoros commerce Flags aro flying lantcrs are glint snoring and cries of Banzai wore ringing in tho streets of Toklo Sunday night In honor of tho victories Rained on sea by Adm Togo and Vice Adm Kamltura Underneath tho jol lity of the populace lies a fooling of deep satisfaction and gratification at the disposal of a desperately serious problem of tho war Tbo Russian squadron which con fronted Adm Togo refused battle It was stronger than Adm Togos squad ron In battleships and armored cruis ers and had It elected to fight the result might have altered the fortunes of war Tbo strength of tho squAd- ron which opposed Adm Togo com palled him to draw roasols from tho squadron under Vice Adm Kamltura and this loft tho Japaneso navy pow RuulAnVladlvollok vesselsIvostok squadron In July was extreme fly expensive to Japan and not only WAS retaliation tempting but It was Demanded by commercial Interests Tho navy howover grimly refused to make a diversion and stuck to Port Arthur It was confident that tho hat bor soon would got a fair fight in tho open sea away from tho Runslan land batteries and that tho Japanese would win These calculations of tho navy were correct and the Russians with i tho chances oven have been hopeless ly defeated Vlco Adm Knmlmurd after months of weary and patient waiting finally got his chanco nt dawn Sunday off I TBU Island Ho sunk the Russian cruiser flunk and sent tho cruisers Grorabcl and Rossla fleeing back from tho fight Japanese guns dominate tho dockyards at Port Arthur and In view of this fnct It would seem to be Impossi blo again to mako seaworthy or fight iable tho Russian battleships which have returned to Port Arthur It is probablo that tho Russian battloshlp Czarovltch will disarm at Tains Chou Tho best possible naval forco that Russia can now concentrate at Vladi vostok Is four cruisers London Aug 1C Russias latest naval disaster has a peculiar interest for Englishman ns it was apprehen sion caused by tho enormous power of tho cruisers flunk and Rossla two of the vessels which composed tho Vlad ivostok squadron which led the Brit fib government to build the monster cruisers Terrible and Powerful Tho naval battles aro discussed hero with the greatest interest Tho latest tlo tails showing that tho fighting bo twoon Vice Adm Togos fleet and tho Port Arthur fleet began at a distance of about four miles aro held to provo tho necessity for tho possession of big ironclads The fleets appear never to navo approached each other closer than a distance of 3800 yards The Russian Flag Pulled Down Talne Chou Aug 15Tho Russian flag waa at noon Sunday pulled down from the battleship Czarovltch and three cruisers which took refuge hero Stho lowering of tho colors was done In the prosenco of tho Gorman goV croonThe Japs Must Take Port Arthur St Petersburg Aug 161t is stated on trustworthy authority that tho mi kado has ordered that Port Arthur must bo taken at any cost oven If it necessitates the suspension of opera tions In Manchuria KentuckyiState News VALUABLE HORSEFLESH The Whitney Stud In Kentucky Now a Thing of the Past Lexington Ky Aug IGTM ta mous La Belle stud of the late Wil liam 0 Whitney is now a matter of history for the last remnant of his brooding stock which his been quay tered at this great brooding estabish mont has gone Eight of the greatest stallions the blue grass has ever known and belonging to the Whitney estate loft here Sunday morning for Red Dank N 1 and this leaves the stud In this county vacated The stallions were Nastur tium which cost Whitney 60000 Hamburg fGOOOO imp Meddler 140 Ofc Yankee 110000 Kllmarnoch 110000 Imp Sanrlngham and Dally boo Day 112500 each and Black Stock 110500 the total valuation ot tfco eight studs being 235500 mak lag tho most expensive car load of horses that ever loft this city at onetime FRENCH EXILES They Seek Refuge In a Catholic luau tutlon Near Louisville Louisville Ky Aug 1GloIt St Agnes tho old Catholic academy build ing located on the Nowburg road half a mllo east of Castlowood shelters a community of 20 Catholic sisters who aro refugees from tho adverse laws of the French republic These sisters reached Loulsvlllo Saturday having been permitted to cbmo Into alto Kentucky diocese by Bishop William George McCloskoy to comIthat Loulsvlllos first bishop tho ling Flngot was a Frenchman they his sisters FIRE AT THE TROTTING TRACK Twenty Horses Perished The Loss Will Reach 100000 Lexington Ky Aug IGIt has do veloped that about 20 horses perished in the fire at the trotting track Satur day night and it was estimated Sun day night that tho loss will reach at least 1100000 Most of the horses that perished wore fancy saddle and hat ness and matinee horses Thoso that escaped were fairly well rounded up Sunday Tho stables will be rebuilt Tho flro will not Interfere with the holding of tbo trots In October A HEAVY STORM Crops Ruined and Telegraph Lines Blown Down ML Sterling Ky Aug lliThe hardest rain and electrical storm ever seen here passed over the county early Sunday morning Roan fell In sheets causing heavy damage The flashes of lightning made the sky as light as day The toss to farmers will reach 110 000 at least Telephone communication was cut off In some sections Cantrlll Is the Party Nominee Frankfort Ky Aug 15JudO Can trill was recognized as tho numlnco for appellate judge winning a signal victory before tho democratic stato central committee Ills opponents John D Carroll and M C Sauflley yielded gracefully to tho decision of the committee and made speeches pledging their hearty support to tho nominee Slept on the Track Owensboro Ky Aug 1C Harvey Allen and Robert Harbout young men of this county wero found in a muti lated condition on the railroad track four miles below Owensboro They attend a danco and on returning homo It Is supposed they sat down on tho track nnd fell asleep He Fell Two Stories Newport Ky Aug 15 Tschnbran 24 single who boards ou Monmouth street fell from a second slory win dow early Sunday morning and sus tamed Injuries that may provo fatal It is thought ho fell asleep while sit ting In tho window Killed In a Runaway Newport Ky Aug loA fatal run away accident occurred at an early hour Sunday morning on to Licking pike near tho Threemile house In which Joseph Sundorhaus 40 Coving ton was killed receiving a fracture of the skull W A Alexander Died Sudenly Newport Ky Aug 15WI A Alexander died suddenly of heart disease Sunday night at his homo In South gate after having spent a pleasant evening at Heidelberg Ho was prom- Inent in local building associations 011 Struck on Beaver Creek Sergent Ky Aug 16Hall Well No7 property of tho Npw Domain 011 and Gas Co composed of Cincin nati capitalists came In on tho Beaver Creek oil field north of hero with a 300 barrel flow Saturday Off For the Work Owensboro Ky Aug IGUreJ Woodson secretary of tho democratic national committee left for Now York Sunday with his family Ho will re main there until after the election in November Aged Veteran Met Sudden Death Louisville Ky Aug 16 Samuel Mack Courtoy 87 years of ago and a veteran of both the Mexican and civil wars was killed by a street car Cour toy formerly lived in Frankfort GRANTS OUR REQUEST Sultan of Turkey Yields to the Demand of United States The American Schools In the Ottoman Empire Accorded the Same Treat ment as That Given Schools of Other Nations Constantinople Aug 16Arter prolonged pour parlous and considerable haggling on the part of the Turks a satisfactory solution of the American school question has been arrived at This matter which Is tho most Important of the American demands was settled by extending to American schools tho same treatment as that accorded to schools under the protec lion of other powers A settlement of other matters affect ing American Interests In Turkey of secondary importance has also been affected and Minister Lotsuman has telegraphed to Rr Adm Jowett In command of tho United States squadron sent to Smyrna instructing him to saluto tho batteries on land and dnpnrt The sitting of the council of ministers at which tho settlement was agreed upon was a long ono and It was not until near Its closo that an agreement was reached Tho delay In tho settlement Is bcllvcd to havo been caused by tho Intervention of the palaco functionaries whoso pol- Icy In order to retain tho sultans fa vor consists of combating tho rights and privileges of foreign subjects Washington Aug 1GTho United States war vessels now at Smyrna un der command of Rr Adm Jewell aro tho Cleveland tho Olympia and tho Baltimore They left Smyrna Mon day and will sail for Gibraltar Tho ships comprise what Is known as tho American European squadron and will continue their cruise In European wa ters for some time For many years the treatment of ed ucational establishments In tho Ottoman empire founded and conducted by American citizens has been very unsatisfactory While similar schools under the direction of other foreign ers havo been recognized as existing and have been accorded the regular license or Imperial firman on applica tion thorefor applications on behalf of the schools under American con trol have passed unnoticed Tempo nary permits obtained from tho local authorities havo been held within ro striction and have not Infrequently been Ignored by tho Turkish govern ment Difficulties and obstructions have constantly been put In tho way of tho American teachers In marked contrast to tho favor shown tho schools of other nationalities and In contravention of the rights of Ameri can citizens In Turkey to the most fa vored treatment accorded to tho citi zens or subjects of other states Tho earnest efforts of tho American minister at Constantinople to secure for our schools and teachers the aim plo equality of treatment to which they were entitled havo met with eva sive and dilatory treatment by the subllmo porto and no progress having boon made toward a bettor under standing the president took tho matter In hand and on February 2 1903 cabled Minister Leishman directing him to ask an audience of tho sultan In order to deliver to him a personal message from tho president of good will and assurances of his hearty do sire to cultivate and maintain tho most cordial relations of friendship and to bring to tho personal and direct attention of his majesty tho embar rassments and grievances under which this government and Its citizens labor with expression of the presidents desire and expectation that tho treat ment of the most favored nation would bo received and tho claim of our colleges and schools to equal treaty rights would bo promptly recognized Tho request met with evasion and delay since then and tho American government a few days ago ordered United Slates vessels to Smyrna This action brought tho sultan to terms and tho questions were prompt ly nettled Must Have Written Contracts Mexico City Aug 16Tho depart mont of foreign relations has instruct ed Mexican consuls to warn laborers of Mexican nationality not to accept any offers of work In foreign parts except In tho form of a written contract An Organized Band Statesboro Ga Aug 15WIII Cato arrested as a principal in tho murder of tho Hodges family has confessed to the existence of an organized Negro band in Bullock county whoso ob ject 18 tho killing and robbing of white peOple Want Tariff Maintained Springfield Mass Aug 15Tho New England Tobacco Growers asso ciation adopted resolutions condemn- Ing tho proposed Phlllppjno tariff reduction as contrary to tho principle ot the Chinese exclusion net United States Surpasses Competitors Washington Aug 16Tho report of John BIrkinbino to tho geological survey on tho production ot Iron ores in 1903 shows that tho United States has surpassed all competitors in Its yearly output of Iron ores being 65 019308 long tons- Japanese Soldiers Massacred London Aug 15A Toklo correspondent In a dispatch dated August 14 says Tho Homuro Japan Tel egram states that Russian soldiers at Kamchatka massacred 87 ot tho crew of the Japanese schooner Tetchy OLD WORLD NOTABLES The son of tho late Russian artist VcrestchtrJn Is an artist of some dls tlnsUon Hecht the oldest former member of the German army died a few weeks ago at Delkenhelm on the Rhino aged 101 years It has to be admitted that the sports of Ithealth follow Mr Chamber lain as persistently and closely as they do the kaiser Mme Veuve 15 years old in 1815 was a guest of honor the other day when the memorial to the French on the field of Waterloo was unveiled Jacques Gollak the last of a heroic band of 123 French soldiers who kept 12000 Arabs at bay for four days In the Algerian campaign 64 years ago has died at Strasburg at the age of 90 Addressing the Anthropological so ciety In London Rev M Collyer a missionary said he had been able to trace the use of the system of Identl fication by finger impressions recently introduced in Europe for 1200 years in Korea In the deeds of sale of died In Paris recently Count Emile de Keratry who could boast that his grandfather born In 1699 was a page in the household of Louts XIVv The former page married his second wife at 70 years of age and bad a son who was Emlles father He was born In 1767 and lived till 1852 Tree lives bridged 205 years One of the richest bachelors In Eng land and the richest peer In the house of peers the marquis of flute has just celebrated his twentythird birth day and theres not a young spinster of high degree whose family would not like to have her capture the matrimonial prize Whoever the future marchioness Is she must be a Catholic and this obligation has interfered with his lordships choice- RAILWAY RUMOR A trackless railway Is soon to make Its advent In Prussia It will run over a good roadbed 20 feet wide and will ob- tAin Its power from overhead wires Benjamin S Moore of Elizabeth N J has just celebrated his fiftyfilth year of active service with the Central Railroad of New Jersey For 63 years straight running he has been a locomotive engineer The city of Naples otters a charter for a system of five different lines of railroads of which three must be un derground Tho central underground station It Is said will be 314 feet be low the surface The state of New Jersey has an aver age of 30 miles of line to each 100 square miles of area Massachusetts has 26 miles Pennsylvania 23 miles Ohio 22 Connecticut 21 and Rhode Island and Illinois 20 miles The railroad commission of Texas has ordered the railroads of tho state to make monthly reports of Interlocking plants at railroad crossings showing the condition of the apparatus and the character and extent of accidents If say Steeltired wheels for railroad and trolley purposes have made their appearance backed by guarantees that they will give an Increased mileage fully proportionate to the Increased cost over chilled wheels It Is also maintained that they produce less rail wear neces state fewer truck repairs and afford greater safety A new railroad planned to scale Grays peak near Dillon Col will attain a height of at least 300 feet greater than the road which climbs Pikes peak The new road will tap an Impor tant mining area the Georgetown district and will be a feeder for both the Colorado Southern and the Denver Rio Grande railroads MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 13 CATTLECommon 12 65 0 3 85 Heavy steers 00 0 5 40- CALVESExtra 0 6 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 25 0 6 36 Mixed packers 5 15 0 6 25 SHEEPExtra 3 60 0 3 75 LAMBS Extra 35 0 6 50 FLOUR Spring pat 0 5 76 WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 00 No3 winter 0 95 CORNNo2 mixed 0 5- 6OATSNo 2 mixed 0 33Y RYE No 2 0 71 HAYCh timothy 014 26 PORK Mess 12 10 LARD Steam 0 6 821 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 10 Choice creamery 0 19 APPLES Choice 2 76 0 3 26 POTATOESPer bbl 1 0 1 TOBACCONew 6 25 012 25 Old 4 76 014 50 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 4 70 04 90 WHEAT No 2 red 1 01 0 1 04 No 3 spring 95 0 1 05 CORN No 2 mixed 0 53t OATS No 2 mixed 0 32 RYE No 2 70 0 70Ya PORKMess 11 60 011 66 LARD Steam 6 70 0 6 72yr New York FLOURWin strts 4 65 0 4 85 WHEATNo 2 red 0 1 02 d CORNNo mixed 0 SY- OATBNo 2 mixed 40 0 41 PORKFamily 016 00 LARD Steam 0 720 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 DGYi CORNNo 2 mixed 0 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 4e 40 CATTLESteers 640 0 6 HOGS Western 0 6 60 I Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 96 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 66 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 43 LARDSteam 776 PORK Moss 013 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 102 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 64ft OATSNo 2 mixed O 32 r THE CHILDREN 07 HOLLAND The children of Holland that queerest of place Are healthy and hwy with bright little faces Youll hear them go clattering down on tile itreet With queer Iooking quaint wooden shoes on their feet These children are kept lust ns neat as a pin For dirt la considered In Holland a rin They play hideandseek fir kite In the airNo happier children youll find anywhere Up and down by the dikes they will skate like the wind In game and amusements theyre never behind Theyve dolls tope and marbles and all rrart of toys And the girls are as sturdy and gay as the boys rhey keep at their tasks till the work Is all done Then they sport and they frolic In jolllest fun What matter Dutch costumes or Yankee togs pray When young lads and lassies are ready for lay1 Clara K Derry in St Nicholas FIDO UNDERSTANDS SHEEP Clever Little Sheep Dog Knows Just How to Handle the Animals in His Charge It was a beautiful morning in June on a North Dakota ranch The family had gathered around the breakfast table when mother came In and said that Harvey would not be down as he had taken cold and had some fever and therefore would not be able to go out with his bunch of sheep- I am sorry to hear that said L I bad Intended going to town today to get that new harness so Jack could break those bronchos and get them bandy before the haying season but I can put that off until some other time and I will take charge of Harveys sheep until be gets well So after breakfast I went ouj and whistled for Fldo the little shepherd dog who came running up with a surprised look on his face at such an un usual call But after I had told him that Harvey was not well this morning and he and would have to look after the sheep he put his nose up to the dinner pall to make sure that the din ner was all right and being told that there was enough for us both his face brightened up and he turned and led the way to the sheep sheds Arriving at the sheds I threw open the wide doors but the sheep seeing a stranger before them were timid they stood looking at me in wonder I turned FIDO THE SHEEP DOG to the little dog and said What will we do now Fido and by the way of an answer he passed quickly In at the door and up one side of tho shed as close to the wall as possible until ho reached tho far end of the shed Then the flock gave way for him Fldo walked back and forth behind them until near the door an old ewe with a small lamb turned and with a threaten- Ing look and stamping her feet dis puted Fidos right to follow them But when she bad approached dangerously near the little dog gave a short sharp little bark and that took the courage all out of the old ewe and sent her scampering off after tho flock with the little lamb following close at her heels Nothing unusual occurred during tho day Fldo did the running up and down hills and seemed to know all that was needed before I would ask him When evening came and the flock go Ing toward home I discovered a lamb over the brook Its mother trying to coax it across I went up to help her but our best efforts failed for although the brook was very narrow and the lamb could almost have stepped across time after time again it would run down to the edge and stopping shut run back up the bank as though it en joyed its mothers grief and my vexation I was getting as the boys say warm under the collar Looking around I saw Fido sitting alone to one side watching our play Here I thought is my chance for revenge Come here Fldo and catch the little beast tako a leg right offl said I He came quietly up to me and then sprang for the lamb and throwing himself upon it caught it between bis fore legs and with his nose over Its back pressed it to his breast thus lying on theground holding it fast until I reached him and taking it from him threw It over the brook to its anxious motherorange Judd Journal Strange Lake in Lapland A lake containing fresh water on top and salt water at the bottom has been discovered on Klldin island Lapland The lako rises and falls with the tide and the salt water evidently cornea from the sea by an underground Chan eel HOW TO MAKE A BOX KITE Everybody Who Cares for Outdoor run Is Sure to Be Interested in This Description Boys and girls and even grownups have learned that there is funat kite flying from early spring until late fall One thing that has helped them to learn this Is the flying qualities of the box kite Everybody who cares for outdoor fun should know bow this Is made Here are directions that any one can easily four corner posts should be about two and onehalf feet long and as light and slender as you can whittle them Four Inches from each end of each piece Is cut a little notch for the braces to rest in The four braces are whittled down the same size as the posts and are about 20 Inches long Each end of DIAGRAM OF BOX KITE each brace Is notched to fit over the post The notch in the end of the brace and the notch In a post come together Now take two strips of thin strong paper five feet long and nine inches wide Fold over each edge as If for a halfInch hem to guard against tearing Now while some one holds up the four posts set the braces in place and tie light cords around the whole frame right at the ends There The frame Is up Now draw the paper snug about It just Inside the cords and paste the ends together when the paste Is dry take off the cords the bridle should be three feet long and tied tightly at each end to two posts eight Inches from their ends In the middle of the bridle tie the kite line After you learn how to make a kite of this size you will enjoy making a much larger one These kites fly well even In a light wind Cincinnati Enquirer SOME TRUE FISH STORIES Denizens of the Deep There Are Wla Can Fly and Others Grow Up Like a Plant In no division of the animal king dom are found more curious creations than among fishes The flying fish so well known that almost every one has seen either a dried specimen in a museum or a flock of live ones skim ming over the surface of the sunlit tropic waters which they inhabit Yet even to those most familiar with fly Ing fishes it is always Interesting to see these little creatures change themselves into birds as it were ao4 go flying over the sea with great swiftness soaring frequently as nigh as a ships deck Their broad and filmy fins become veritable wings as they rise from the water and remain so as long as they are wet But as soon as the fins become dry they shrivel up and thea down falls Mr Flyingfish on deck qt back into the water These fish are very numerous la West Indian waters and are excellent to eat the people of the island of Barbadoes especially priding them selves on their skill in cooking them A great many thousand years agd there used to be a fish which prob ably had the power of flying as the flying fish of today has It has van ished from among living things now but workmen breaking their way through ancient rocks sometimes como upon the bodies of these fishes turned Into stone and scientific mea have called the species by the hard name of pterlchthys which is onlj the Greek for winged flsh These same scientific men say that these fish were so formed that they never could have made their way through the water by swimming but must either have flown over the our face or crawled about on the bottom seLI fortunate which can swim as fast as they can fly and af easilyBoth the ptertchthya and the mod ern flying fish may fairly be called birdfishes The St Paul Globe gays there Is another sort of fish that might be called the flower fish for the In4 dlvlduals of the species grow up from the sea bottom as a plant would grow and look like lilies on a stem where fore they are called sea lilies But they are real fish nevertheless with mouths and digestive organs and all the other attributes of animal life though they look so like plants thai the unscientific person would be deceived when he saw one Joke on Parisian Epicures Sham snails are sold In Paris and their flavor is admired by epicure Empty snail shells are bought from ragpickers and the shells are cleaned and then filled with chopped cati meat This soft springy stuff before being put in the shells is cut into corkscrew shape by Ingenious machinery When the shell Is filled some liquid fat is added and Ae trick Is done His Sense of Feeling And you say that mule it blind Yes lIuhln his eyes so isl hat you den ortor see hits feel ter you w4 his llel V Atlanta Constltutla THE CITIZEN I t I I I I I I I I I I I III I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I It I I I I I I III I Ii Eastern Kentucky News Bo coreespoDdence pubtlahed ups etgned In ten by the writer Tile name U for pubnatbs but evidence of good faith write plalllly OWSLEY COUNTY GREEN HALL Sundayschoolat Canons Chapel every Sunday at 8r MAn infant girl of E B Flanerys died tho 21st of Juland was buried in the family cemetery on the 22ndW E Minter has returned front repairing Dillard Couchs Mill at Sexton Miss Mary Minter is visiting her sister Mrs Lucy Couch Ambrose Carmnck visited Green Hall last weekHick- ory Flat School began July 18th with an enrollment of 51Travis school is progressing nicely under the supervision of C A Minter Prof Lunsford began twentyday Springslastwelcome visitor in many Jackson county homes IOONEVILLE This county has the finest pros pests for a corn crop it has had for 20 yeorsTho service held at the Presbyterian church last Sunday for the Odd Fellows lodge was well at CampbeUddirered Army is soon to begin work hero A young Captain from Ohio was here Sunday and spoke at the Court House Sunday nightFlux is raging to an alarming extent in this neighbor hood Two of Jesse Bowmans chil dren died last Sunday and Monday graveOtherscongressional primary passed ofT quietly in this county on the Oth D C Edwards received 203 majority over W F lIuntorA now arrival at tho jail but as it only weighs 10 pounds Jailor Redfords says ho will upt confine him in a cell- OA88ARD Aug 13Rev App Murroll of Clay Co preached hero Sunday C B Moore was in Manchester Sa- turdayJ K Gabbard is on the sick Mr and Mrs C B Gabbard FridaySaturdayGabbard anti brother visited relatives on SundayAplayed hero TuesdayTho primary passed ofT quitely Tuesday In tho Cow Creek precinct D C Edwards received 110 votes and G W Hunter majorityEdwards about 300majorityJ M Helton is visiting relatives in Breathitt County Tho road overseers have been liar ing some work donoA J Edwards of Manchester is visiting relatives at this place Corn is selling at 75c t- o81clIr and Mrs R W Minter are visiting relatives at Booneville Sherman Rowland of White Oak TuesdayTheMatthias Barrett have whooping cough Willie Scale of Booneville was here last weekMrs Meredith Gabbard is on the sick list GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Aug 14Samuel Fields is plan ning to move to Hnmmnck Mrs Annie Graves of Hammack visited her brother Sam Fields last week Mrs F H Koehler has returned from a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair Uuclo Jack Hammackvisited his sister S E Hammack at Ham mack last weekBoru to O L Hammack and wife a 5J pound girlMrs Thos Green is much improved Squire W P Wells is ill with what is supposed to bo an abscess of the bowels Dr Walker of Paint Lick and Dr Perkins of Buckeye are attending himUncle Jack Hammack killed a rattlesnake which had 7 rattles and button and was nearly 4 feet long- JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Aug 13Shott and Willis Brock man visited Ambrose Brockman of Pam Creek this week Misses Lin ney and Sarah Brockman visited Edgar Brockman of Big Hill this wooktIrs Jane Hellard and her grandson Joe visited her daughter Francs Lakes SaturdayDeputy Sheriff A II Parrott passed through this week looking alter taxes The attendance at the Hellard school is goodG W Hellard and family visited Wm Lakes last week John Hammond of Evergreen visited G W Hellard Friday George Brockman is at Bobtown this week working for R H HirtJim A Hurst is still very sick James Morris of Goochland passed through our town Sunday on his way to McKee to attend County Court ROCKCASTLE COUNTY aWAY Aug 15Misses Cora and Clide rLair aro visiting at Richmond Isaacs who is alleged to have t i hot and killed Mart Hubbard near hero had his trial this nctionlofA bank has been organizedat Brodhead with J Thomas Cherry as President They will build a brick building and begin business Oct 15 Two or three are nt work for oil in this vicinity Mrs Elizabeth Sigmon is visiting heroR- OCKFORD Aug 1uMiss Ella Lake of Berea visited her sister Mrs Nannie Hammond SundaylV P Anderson of Manse visited J W Todd Sunday Mrs Mary Gadd died lither home Friday night and was SundayOago has returned Misses Florence and heavy Holman visited Miss Vergio Martin Sunday Wi II Stephens visited W H Rich Sunday Miss Beulah Viars who has boon sick is no better Jim Daugherty of Boron called on Miss Bessie Liii villo Sunday BOONE Aug 15Roy L RIioivlcttv of Disputanta filled his appointment at Fairview church Sunday Rev J W Lambert sold his farm to David Martin for 200000 Mrs Mary Reynolds who hits been visiting Rev and Mrs J W Lambert returned to Disputanta J W Lambert is putting up his now saw trillJIrnnd Mrs J B Coylo visited relatives nt Richmond Friday Mrs Pattio Montgomery visited Mrs Etta Lam bert lust weekHe J W Lambert went to Red Lick Saturday Joseph Wrens baby is some tatter Miss Ella McCluro who has been visiting friends at London has returned to her home at Sniders Switch David Martin who is to move to tho Lambert farm has ordered 11 Angora goats Agnes Dobbs is very poor at tins writingA prayer meeting was held at Grandma Brocks Sunday by Revs J W Lambert and L R flo- wletteiM V Swinford of Clear Creek attended church at Fairview Sunday Edward Rose who has been in Missouri for two years has returned FORT HAMILTON CHANGES Important Military Post to Be One of the Plneat In the World Plans for the reconstruction of Fort Hamilton Brooklyn on a scale which will make It one of tho finest military posts In the world have been flied with the war department by General Greenough an artillery officer who Is at once an artist and an architect says a Washington special to the New York plans call for an enlargement of the reservation from 150 to 000 acres A great flower garden will be laid out between Marine avenue and One Item dred and Twentyfirst street covering a part of the ground now occupied by the officers quarters In the center of the garden will be the band stand which will face a parade ground 800 feet wide and 1500 feet long extend lug from Ninetyfifth to One Hun dred and Twentyfirst street The officers quarters will be built around the eastern and western sides of the parade ground The adminis tration building will stand at tho south west corner and the post library at the southeast corner At the south will be the barracks for the men Away at the south and cast of the defenses will be a big drill ground for tho field artil lery The ordnance shops will bo built east of Battery Harvey Brown and within easy reach of the other bat terles In tho northeast corner will boI a camping ground largo enough to ac commodate a regiment or more of mi litiamen who may be sent there for Instruction Queer Injunction to Cycllitn Cycles entering tho park must carry belles Penalty 5 A sign bearing this peculiar wording and unusual spelling occupies a con spicuous place near the Mount Royal entrance to Druid Hill park In Baltimore Almost every wheelman pass- Ing the sign smiles after reading It and finds consolation In reflecting that It is the cycle and not the cycler that Is compelled to carry belles says the Baltimore Sun After gazing critically at the sign the other day a dyspeptic looking wheelman said to his companion Either I am violating the letter 6f tho law or the law Is wrongly lettered on the sign SUPPORT SCOTTS EMULSION serve u a bridge to wry the weakened and starved iy Um lions until It can find firm support In ordinary toed StiM for free ample SCOTT 1IOWNK CbtmUti a iS lel Stretl New York loc tad IIJKJJ ill druKsuti Kentucky State News Items RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS Will Test the Law Exempting Them From Taxationt Lexington Ky Aug 17Sherlff J IT Wllkcrson of this county has filed i suit ngnlst the trustees of Hamilton college by which ho proposes to test Institutionssued for with penalty Is StO and Is based on the yearly assessments upon property valued nt 75000 from 1899 to tho present Tho result of the suit will have a farreaching effect upon similar Institutions In the stnto WILLFUL MURDERI That Was the Verdict Returned In the Infirmary Gate Louisville Ky Aug 17 Willful murder was tho verdict of the coron ers inquest Tuesday morning Into tlu death of Francis J Hngan Friday at the Oray street Infirmary from pistol wounds Inflicted by John U T liar bour Frank P Strauss represented Harbour E C Bohne cashier of the Third national bank and Samuel Cas sedy president of the Dank of Com merce testified that Darbbur opened flro without warning and that Hngan offered no defense- CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE A Farmers Pretty Daughter Attempted Suicide Hopklnsvlllc Ky Aug 17Miss Nell Clark aged 23 the pretty daughter of Joss Clark a prominent farmer attempted sulcldo Tuesday by swal lowing corrosive sublimate She was desperate over discovering that she had forged checks amounting to S5S0 on Walter D Bowles n wealthy young Crofton citizen Sho returned tho money and claimed ho had authorized her to draw checks Physicians say she can not recover Governor Still at Wickland Frankfort Ky AUK 17There bo ing no urgent business in the cxrcu tivo department requiring his atten tion Gov Fteckhnm Tuesday notified Secretary Leigh that he would not return to the capital Wednesday as ho expected to but would remain at his country borne Wickland for a few days Druggists War Is On Newport Ky Aug 17At a meet ing of tho Campbell County Druggists association hero It was decided It Is said in view of the cutrate war that Is now going on among the druggists of Bellevue and Dayton Ky to ruin these two cities out of tho local association W N Beaumont Dead Madisonvlllo Ky Aug 17W N Beaumont an old and widely known tobacconist and oxconfedcrnto soldier died at his homo In Nebo this county after an illness of threo days Ho was 81 years of age Intorment took placo in this city Tuesday afternoon Death Prevented Pleasure Trip Newport Ky Aug 17Robt Burns Lodge F and A M will have chargo of the funeral of William Alexander Tho deceased was ready to accompany the Newport delegation to tho trionnlal Knight Templar conclave at San Fran cisco when stricken Boy Is Drowned In the River Milton Ky Aug 17lInrold Luck ott the 14yearold son of L P Luck ctt was drowned In the Ohio river while in bathing with another lad 110 could not swim and got into water that was too deep for him The body was recovered Died Suddenly Covington Ky Aug 17 Benjamin Staggenborg Cl a resident of Central Covington during the last 33 years dIed suddenly at his homo in Pleasant street At tho time of his death ho was superintendent of public works in his town- Mortally Wounded By a Young Boy Mayfield Ky Aug 17At the horso jockey ring Just cast of tho city R J Mobley was shot and mortall wounded by a young boy named Powell Mo bloy is 19 years old and Is tho sun of n prominent farmer near tho Hick man county line Death of D H Philips Bowling Green Ky Aug nD II Philips ono of tho oldest and best known men In Bowling Green died after a long Illness from a complica tlon of diseases Ho leaves a widow and ono son City Clerk W H Phil lips Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Aug 17The tobacco sales Tuesday wero confined to 104 hhds of dark The market varied lit tlo from that of last week Prices ranged from 225 to 360 for lugs and from 380 to 730 for leaf McQuown Will Not Move Bowling Green Ky Aug 17Lowls McQuown chairman of tho democratic state central committee will not re move his residence to the state capital as was reported Monday Ho sflll re twins his homo and office hero Mill Opens Next Week Newport Ky Aug 1711 was reported Tuesday that the Newport roll ling mill of which Col J A Androws Is the president will open next Mon day and that tho full force of men will be put to work ASummor Cold A summer cold is not only nnnoving but if not relieved Pneumonia bo the probable result by Fall One Min ute Cough Cure clears the phlegm draws out the intlnmnmiol11hORI soothes and strengthens tho lungs UIIl oughCureIt is pleasant to tho taste nut perfect CroupCoughDrug Co Nerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For Its You can waste nerve force by excess overwork worry nnxlety eta You can weaken yourself by not eating proper food or securing sufficient rest to ronqw tho nervo energy you use up Tho proper treatment In addition to gooj phoaphallc food such as whole meal bread prepared cereals etc is Dr Miles Restorative Nervine This Is nil truly a brain nnd nerve food ns nny tad you could rot and besides furnishes Htrcnulli and tone of its own which goes to tho weakened nerve system nnd sets It to rights Dr MUCH Itrtitoratlve Nervine Is a re freshing revitalizing tonic tOO medlrtne for the brain nnd nerves It reconstructs wornout nero tissue and nUll your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Mlles Nervine has made to many marvelous cures of people so sick tho doctors thought they were Incurable that It ls today tho standard medicine In many thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed 16 help you or druggist returns your money The extreme bent close confinement and Intcmio mental itmln ImHlcrt to tho banking buxlnrm Las routed rnu to suffer ncrVnuiineaii and morn nit It gives mo to tiny tn t I have used Dr Mlles Nervine wither satisfactory results In the treat meat of these nlTpctlomi I am now 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