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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1111 t I+JnlIt +111 HfI JAMES MILTON RACER Editor end Publisher Bulfltd al Uu Porfojk at limo Ay at tieond tlau wiattma- tltrHHHHIMt Ml I HM M 1H + II VOL VI A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 2fi 1904 One dollar yerr NO 10 IDEAS Tomorrow is till heir of today Thoro cult no monojioly of truth 1Onefully is not remedied byc0nr another A full purw cannot coniH iisato for an empty head FROM THE WIDE WORLD Asuncion tho capital of Paraguay Uimlmrdcd by insurgents rim salmon lack in British Co lumbia is wild to Ix practically a failure Tho HiiKsiaii gnnlioat Ovtajn struck n mlno and wink near Port Arthur Millioim of feel of timtor hayo IMCII destroyed by font fire British Columbia TIll Presidents of Nicaragua Sal Tailor and lloiidunis will hold n IItJl conference file J 11111 flU occupied Anshan Hliiin sad the Kimsians ntnatid northward toward Mukden- Tho Russian hiw mado another turtle fnm Port Arthur and arena ilrlvlii back by flu JIIKIIHIU In a haUl liet w German troop nod Hen r4 in SuutIi r Africa tho na tivert wero deftatid with heavy losses Tho JaKineKo uiadu a formal demand for till surnmhr of Port Arthur which wax rejected by tho UIIllClnllll Two ttuHxian w nrshiiPx which took refiign in Shanghai harbor niter till battle at Port Arthur will Ill disarmed tKo Hnssian cniiwr Xovik which tflllpltl from Port Arthur wan do fent d and stranded olT till island of Saghalien by two JajNincso cruisers COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Dr James M Poyntz of loch inond Ky died consumption j Thomas Skaggs was run over midi killed bya train at Middloslx ro Great daumgo wax donoby a storm in thu country around Maysville Ky ftlward Carter of Stanford Ky dull suddenly of a oploxy while at breakfant Miss Lyle Bennett a Gnonup Ky school teachor killed herself with a pistol OiwgH Tlioiiiwon wan shot mitt killed ut Mt Olivet Ky by Dobyns Mayhrier Mrs Thomas Evans wife of n t banker of North Middlotown Ky dropiMnl lend or heart failuro- Fivo hundred delegates and visitors attended tho South district Bal tint convention at Harrodnburg- Thu reunion of Morgans men at Parks Hill camp to n close with tho election of ollicors for tho ensuing year Gov Bockham ordered company of Stale troops to Mt Olivet to pro lint Maybrior tho ulayer of Georgo W Thoiiiwon IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Senator Hoar of Massachusetts is dying Kaditiin oro has IMHJII discovcrcd in ColoradoA State ticket has nomi nated by Utah Socialists lint Goo F Loiinslicrry forme- governor of Connecticut is dead Nineteen iwmoim wero hurt in streetcar collision in St Louis Thin not reunion of the G A H will hu hold in Denver Colo Robbers rondo a big haul from a t saloon at Neodloa Cal nand mcnpcd Tim greater part of the town of Willow Lako S D was destroyed by n tornado Lightning struck n Mormon tabor meets at Pauguitch Utah killing ono of tho worshipien An express train on tho Penn slvnnin railroad was ditched hy n 4 landsido near Ifarrishurg Pa Tho Idaho Democratic State con Tendon refused to adopt a plank denouncing tho practice of polygamy Tho first encampment of Spanish War Veterans will bo hold at tho y Worlds Fair September 10 and 20 Forest fires nro doing great dam age in Montana Washington and other pointfl in tho Cascade Moun tains 1Mrs Mary E Fuller wife of of tho United Stntt Supremo Court died suddenly Sorrento Me Four monitors of tho family of B A Dowling near Perth akin wero burned todeath in a fire which do strayed their homo In a fight between regulars and n provost guard at tho Ohio military- encampment at Athens ono saddle- was killed and throo others veero wounded THE CITIZEN ALTON BROOKS PARKER FROM HIS LATEST PHOTOGRAPH Tills now portrait of the Democratic pnnldcntlnl nominee tttinws that tile rare of lads hlKli KHOH have not flfTittisl his general health or rulllwl hid well known plncldlly Jnil w Inrkcr now deeply emcnRMl In the pnllnilnary work of the cninpnlKii cloceteil dnlly with the Icailcra of his party nail bo nloRod by reporters nt nil hours hut bo linn not atiatulonrd Ills morning swim In the HiidHon nor bin cuntiT on Tom lute favorite saddle horse N N NH + rt Our Popular Scholarship Contest l + + t t tt+t t t t TUB CITIZENS oiler of Free Tuition in Berea College for two terms to Iw given to limo two most pular young eoplo in each of the eight mir passAsLeo County Mary Parlor 12K Clay Coinlw 050 Floyd Lucas 501 H McGuire r 400 Stella Thotii soti 200 Madison County lhssfehays 075 Claudo DoHamu 175 Wallace Adams OO Tommio taker 975 Pearl Goy 300 Maggio Lowell 275 Clay County ids Ikiigo 1300 Susie Sparks 12511 W M Hij 1200 M Jf Itobinson 000 O J Jarvis iOO T E Burch trO Mary Collins 40U Chas Comlw 800 OwtUy County Non 11ilson850Saos- vdea Hoynolds OO Gnrfiuld Cuiuplwll Jro 450rFlora Peiulergrass 201 100aNottio Treadway 100 B J nelnrrIM 101 Joanetto Gnbbard 100 FROM SCOTLAND Mrs frost WrIUt of a Visit In a High land Homo IOllr first days in tho Highlands of Scotland wore spent in tho homo of Berea student Mr Andrew Ross Wo had often seen from tho car windows pretty littlo stone cottages with Rowers around tho door nnd climbing roses blossoming arouml tho windows Now wo had time joy of being insido ono of these cottages and of knowing tho people who live there Wo found tho cottage as at tractive within as without Every thing in the three rooms was as neat as wax Fresh whito curtains at all tho windows partially hid the flow wring plants in tho deep window shiningstheytwore the samo plates oho began keeping house with nearly thirty years ago A teakettle hung over tho lire in the fireplace and within n row minutes after our arrival wo were seated at tho table taking tea There wero ninny questions about toldrmo how her loneliness had boon cheered by tho thought that God is Rockcastlo County Rachel Hihbcrd irOO E B Thompson e 5K John McFcrron 100 Fannio McCliire 100 Mollie Carter 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Byrda McHarbnto100Jackson W L lleglo2100Susie Watson 00 Laura Hatflold 850 Samuel Davis iOO Lizzio Wilson 350 Nannie Click 900 Lucy Parsons 900 May Sparkman 900 C D Smith 100 Robert Taylor 100 Estlll County Katie Moores J 750 Garnott Powell 700 Ambrose Wilson 050 Thetla Noland 500 Nora McGiH 100 Jn Richardson 200 Ratio Winklor 200 D B Alumbaugh 200 Itobcrt L Coylo 101 Martha Logsdon 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwcll 100 Sallio Wilson 100 yBynext morning Mr Ross was off to tho Imylield Tho farms HfTorollUyCrom will own ninny thousand acres which have been handed down from father yearsThiscounty He may Ixi n duke or an earl or simply thoulninl of tho stale Tho laird divides tho estate into farms which ho levees out to farmers for n period of nineteen years Thoulainl builds a nice stone house for tho farmer and stables ned granaries but time farmer has to furnish nil tho stock and farm implements Tho laird also builds ono or moro cottages on tho farms for families who work for the farmer Tho laird of Lotlien where Mr doss lives receives thirty thousand dollars a year in rent After breakfast Mr Boss wont with us on a long tramp to Cawdor Castle six miles distant I stimuli always remember tho viol wo got ns wo stood out in tho yard before starting At our backs a forest of tall plumes before us beautiful Holds and cottages and clumps of trees nnd beyond nil tho blue seat smiling in Continued oil page rlx HHHltIIHFi Departments oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoec Io C o t- I TAKE NOTICE Io o S II o- We have made arrangements with W D II o Oldham Richmond Ky to cash C without charge checks drawn on this bank o o When in Richmond and you want cash on one S of our checks take it to them and get your 001 money oan e0- f The Berea Banking Co ii Main Street Berea We S S0- i pay 4 percent on deposits Io eSo je 0- o S eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo oe eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo Tho Doath Penalty A little thing foiuetimes results in lentil ThudA more scratch insignif icant ruin 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subscription account Name PO n THE WAY TO THE SEA Two mountain lakes serenely lie Beneath the peaceful summer sky Close guarded by the hills thnt stand Irutcctingly on either hand With rugged crugj upreachlni high aBut breezes come and breezes go And whisper soft und whisper low A wondrous story of the sea The waters listen restlessly If they could know could only knowt Two mountain lirnnks rejoicing leap From stone to stone Tho way Is steep For one Its waters swift und strong Itrslstless reckleo dash along And make themselves a channel deep waybersunbeam Play its waters to the river now Which onwnrd moves sedate mast slow And broader grows from day to day From lake to sea the ways must be Apart and only the breezes free Know that wherever the streams may How- And whether swift or whether slow Tlny both at last shall find the sea rAllce M Dowd In Youths Companion a A Real Daughter of the Revolution By CAROLINE GEBHATIDT Ccpi bt lyn by J D LJppIncott Company CllAlTKK IICoxTlxwm- At length they begun their pre m ntlons for departure but ere they were ready to set forth the colonel turned to June with real csaccrn Is It possible dear lady he nsked that you are left alono in thin great house with only these blacks Surely twere u perilous situation anil Jniist crave the privilege of leaving with you a junrtl of sonic of my faithful fellows until your father and niotlHfr return lane threw ball bur head and smiled nt hint Yo a bewitching de IIIHlsIlIwrmarlail thnt I should needs be jifniid to be left alone with these my people Know you sir that every iiryro upon this plantation has be Jutijrid all his life to either my fathers fUlIIIIor that of my own mother or my stepmother Each of thrIll In bound to us by ties that have beiu weaving1 through gei rations lvecv one of them is as dear tome IHI tbiUgh he were my liinmuan and I tats to believe that I am equally dear ti each of them 0 colonel you ftya not half sotnfeat tho bend t uf your legion as I ani hire nrroU1u1 cd ray block servant She noke with spirit the rich color nuinUiKff her cheeks for it was n jiiittT lie pride with the Klicrys that ro fii iily in nil the colonies could more tonfldcntly claim or better merit the devotion of their depend ents Strict dinciplinitrluns they wore cnowiii well thnt laxity was iniptitlifn kindueRS but liberal and jar t uhcays- An madam IlesKOiuer answered it in not necessary to toll me that your people lure you Xo one could lie associated with you an hour without doing that much less years She swept him a mock courtesy and then in true southern fashion accompanied him to the front door till u fashion Unit even yet southern hostesses find it bud to wean themI nelves from Stepping out upon the portico lihe saw tint the airyso Mulling when they arrived yeas Ocr cast while banks of ominous black eloiids hud gathered in the eat Jrethinkscoloncl she said there IK n storm brewing I beg that you tarry until we see how much of n one it la to be for our South Carolina tcmpeftu are not often mild even at this mild season of the year I thank you sweet lady Ucssc niccjyiswcrcd butl fear we have Infringed too long upon your hospi tality oa it is and that the rebels will have taken advantage of our self indulgence to be up to mischief Duty tells me I must join my Gen Cormvullls us boon as possible though inclination lain would chain mel herrIEven as he spoke the wind rose Into a gale and nwuycd this way and thou i the lined thoavcnuibfrumtll4carringe gate u blinding flash ot lightnlilg a growl of thunder and splash of rain Then as though encouraged the ele meats let loose their fury It would not he the first storm thnt Bessemer und his mcn had breasted but never had they one from surroundings so llOspltably in lUng Nut since they left Charleston had they seen such lavish display of luxurious living as hcrefTtHd Indeed few country scat even in rich Vir ginia maintained thy dully scale of munificence exhibited by tills South Carolina plantation The storm WAS augmenting its force Uessemcr hesitated what to do AH rain begun to descend in sheets he ffVic the command for his men to breIIranks and pitch their bholtertcnUi i You see dear lady Ittsscmcr snld to her as she stood watching the bokliers deft work that the very elements ore cngulr for my happi l1eal today in offering mo iiI good au excuse for indulging longer In your sweet society Trrhaps Jane answered It Is wy pleasure they arc considering who six months ago sngrllytaccused her of being the mot heartless coquette in tliTrtcen culonief hue seen the glance she bestowed upon the Huglislinian he would have gnashed his teeth in fury The storm coming from the east soon nindi the portico untenable nail June led her guests through the wide hall Into thov drawing rpom u long apartment hung with rich tapestries At one end was the great fireplace eostl1mlrrorinFrom thecenter of the ceiling hung chnmhiier all n glitter with gilt and gIns rarely lighted rnve fur sointf Special function Along the tall were brackets with smaller candelabra mid so dark hUll grown the iJny without that Jane ordered Knos to light there A hnrpsiuord beautifully i Inlaid stood with its long low seat in front of It between the two west window Bessemer catching sight of it begged for musicJ- amie a little nt loss how else to entertain her guests seated herself without ado sang and played the pomjlar nits of thnt day Her voice naturally sweet hall received the highest cultivation that Charleston and Philadelphia could afford Messes mer landing beside her bent for ward as Ilwucciltientranced To he In so low tone that his olUcirs seated at a discreet distance could not hearto think that Nature not contented with her prodigality in lavishing such wondrous beauty grace laid wit upon mho being should add this gift of mu sic too I Jane flashed him another alluring glance as site turned upon her seat to divide her attention with her other nests Those young olllcers how ever littfaeled t foughtliry Avereby1 her good looks nail her gracious manner were too wise to poach upon their colonels preserves She excused herself presently nail Went out to supervise the dinner unlocking from the keys nt her side JAdsftTml Hin ELF AND SANG AND IliAYUD THE POPULAR A HIS OF VitVT DAY the various cupboards and chests In the nmnimoth storeroom to set forth dnintiiM rnlil MVeqtmVtts fur the noonday ineul The breakfast had been a sling affair compared with the feast to wliirh they sat down a little after out oclock Outside the ruin was falling heavily Within the diningronjn ull was gonda cheer the tall silver candlesticks upon the table milking a wide circle of light the lost jfi and her guests suit toying with their coffee aiijl sweetlneatsU Vct figure In long grny cloak and hood stepped hastily through one of the open win dows drnlgedstrttching Into Janes lap WilY it trod come ciATir in AK INVASION Hesspmr and his oflicern half started to their feet midfall bent their eyes inqiiringly upon fane whose nomad color lied her cheeks and then conic back with a mighty rush Who was that What is the mean ing to this xtraugc proceeding if I may Inquire Hussemcr demanded fingering his sword nervously You nay well ask June an severed and I must apologize for so amazing nn interruption but among our retainers there U one whose brain U flighty and allowed through our indulgence much liberty he does some startlingthings at times lie harmless however and I prey you to dismiss the Incident from your INAs with deft and- stealthy fingers r lipplilg tlie Quotes which had fallen Into her under Thor girdle Thogentlenienrestimed their meal with apparentsangfroid but upon Bessemer brow there lin gered time slightest clout of perplex ItyJane sat with palpitating heart the necessity for keeping a calm front making her lidnda cold and putting her brain on fire Her ears were strained to ditch every sound with out expectant of shots or melee of some sort Is he worth It she asked herself angrily Is he worth that I should trouble thus Nay it would be but meet that the British should catch him and deal with him aqlds hare brained folly deserves Little dots It behoove me to care what becomes of such mri Dfl hipnte and csTwMlnlly when 1 recall how dared talk to me when last wc spoke to gether tier eyes sparkledwlth anger at the recollection end the tru tint color mounted again her creamy cheek until llessemer sitting oppo site her thought never hall ho men such changeful and everIncreasing lovelinessJane no idea what tho note contained and she grew nervous with eontimuedIwould only finish mind retire to tin drawingroom or better utlll the Jl ryMien she had established thrill there she slipped out to the kitchen where the servants were having their dinncnJitvii long low shed lilt the kitchen proper She beckoned to Aum llaehel nail the regress gut up amid joined her mistress Where did Master Godfrey goV Dili he get away safely Jane asked Law bress you yes honey lie jell whlrlyjigged roun de ynwd bl de wet his fact ell blaeked will some 11flat berry stuff wliat hiiun youi Marse Kdwahd ustih put on wlmu you wanted to play you was niggahs over nt youali Aunt 5usaunahsa Ills hall all kinky like II Iit when It rains c 11111111001lIuljllhl tot him wah n real niggali suiih Dey was jes split tin dejalls sides alaughln nt lIt funny Buries he wah acuttin and dc fast thug ye know ho whalkcd ort towaluls de woodx mail dey nevih HIIS pentnothin Oh heV mighty smaht NuuihtyflssSilo looked nt till girl nnxliiimJy for she hind as much of the matehr ranking instltut as any of her white and It had long heed tho wish of hurJicurt that Jane and Godfrey should marry not that the Idea hail originated with her for Junes Aunt Susannah who was godmother to them both hind frankly expressed the desire Jane threw back her head defiantly He in n very foolish and reck less person she soul severely and I wish he would not come to my fathers house nt all imlis hejcan so time his coming that it will not bo so upsetting to our nerves and so hazardous to all concerned with which she turned toward the dwell lag Till scout lltuspiner sent mil altar back with doleful tales of the impass able condition of the rmids nwollrii streams and treacherous marshes so that IJeiiseiiier WUK fain to crave from June the stretching of her Ins pitality to cuter a nights lodging for him and his airs The Lubpithlltyof Kllery planta tion dear eidonel she answered has serer yet been trained ntll it br 1if and I xhould be shamctl1 In deed were It not sulliclently ejtjHan sivo tel shelter you and yonrg My only regret Is that my father and mother should not have the pleasure of welcoming you In person When she went to her room hat night she threw wide the windows luiked out The tents showed little white specks in tin dnrk SIll could hear the measured trend of the sentries as they pactd tlivii teats along the gravel nt either sideof the house and at its front rind rrnr ns well Another sentry paced the length of the long gloomy aviniiiV This was war brought home to hot more closely than It hall been during all the six years of the conflict She drew down her blinds with a sigh She could not but remember that her brother was on his way to join in it on this British side and that others almost as dear to her were already engaged upon the Anufiean She crept into bed with an ache at hr heart such as had seldom been there in the 19 sheltered years of her life She tossed rcKtloHRlyfrom to side Now hot coals were being heaped upon her ryes Good heavens what was It She nwykened with a cryof terror 1 fleni light was filling her room There were bricks and shots mid wild commo lion The door between her bed chamber trod her dressingroom burst open and her black mommy ran in screaming with outstretched arms Oh riij moony lamb by brassed baby chile Oh Lawd premihv ills innocent one from ypuuh mighty wrath What Is it What is it June de mantled from her bed nUll stnring tvthiwlleyes first at the reddening window and then at the old woman Its de dcbbll honey dc dtbbll broke loose tin come will his legions to devour us Dc Lawd bob risen in Ills wrath IInlIur days am num beredOutside JnneV door were shrieks and moans mind prayers Itencuth tier window slat could hear shots and the trampling of horses feet and the crackling of time llames She threw on dressing gown sup plemented It With a long cloak dragged her nightcap front her head gathered her mosses of hair Into a loose call mind with hasty toilet pre pared to descend v Oh Ontyd iriammy screamed dis lienli chlSi aliitnbal7jjgwlne down ilalt totbi jihot like n beastU Oh my honey my honey chile dont you do notliin like dot You stay hems wM youali ole mammy JfonHOiwe said lane Impatiently cxtricatug herself front the entangling black arms am I to stay up here in truth like n trapped Least and make no effort for the preserva tlon of ray fathers property lie thinks I should ill deserve the norms of Ellcry were I to remain Inactive at such time She unliKVcil the door with em hatlo hrnd and as it opemrdUt her touch she saw the cause of the groans and sobs that hail been wafted through her keyhole There hud died in disconsolate group some upon tfielr knees others weeping upon neighboring shoulders were the wo men hOlllleleralltl In ell coictlvublo styles of disarray Oh missy ale mil sabe Do day of Jedgmcnt hub come Sabe usl sabe tisl Sho made her way towards the stairs the women following at her heels A door at her left opened end n redcoated figure rushed nut buckling u belt vrltU nervous haste Ye girds madam let It c pnss hr cried and brushing pUtt llllr RUt scant ceremony dcsccuded the rcpt nt n bound Other marital figures more confirm thnn coated were running through the lower lall Kvldcntly it was the first of the strife which had awakened her and the Ilrltlsli were only jiM getting into line to repel the in vaxton She hind expected to find the rear of tlichoilscV ill IliiiurS for it war from the that Hie rod glowycnme but the dwelllngjtself was as yet un touched some outhMlldiiig were bunilngiurlously taw sparks lying rather too thickly for comfort Incle Ieter njd Gabriel and even her stepmotherVipet Sampson with the other mtn scrlm11ts belonging to thn house were ntiiiuling In n group In Meerboging the thanes rUe towards the star filled jirnveiiK for the night had cleared and there wait iistilTer wind than was agreeable to lone Not long was the group allowed to remain in active 1litlt quick command slit set them to pausing the silver nnd articles ot value tint could be easily moved while the herself placed the precious china In n strong box that was kept ever ready for such emer gency She throw open one of the dining room wlndowrt amid stepped out onto the broad Hideporch to reconnolter The scene before h lrWUK a wild one being a lively Skirmish conducted with nsrlllty on one lillie nail vigor on tin other The inxndora hall the tnetlal ndvantagr though limit about bne fifth the niinibir of the repplllng force They tinted hither nail thither on their wirysteeds deaf ing lightning blows nt their other saries a nIl now and then snatching n priioner anal dn iilng away toward than wood To clay and fight was not their eakulntlon A ilimjt n IllOun fivini retreat wiiathc prygramjiie and they cnrrie It out well Tlii llrltinhor jiiiiiHd hlthir and thither on tht sturdy legs fighting furiously 1u the horH Mii u laughed In their net MppertHl them with shut nailu qunegave MHihliny that Ja11I wHtrhiiif Wi her head whirl One ninmrnt she paw thrill there flpliting and tht ut Instant they had dUap jMnnnl s ly nmgic nil wave one He eltWtr G btwlly ingngtd to notice his tumradiaretreat or tin willing tu fvt nlmtidhu tune field prnuee l NIftir mid forth upon hU big hay hors titiCM ng in ronilmt some rtlhOt wln ntrevc In rnln to III hnrce him r Jill Coptlnurtll A LOCK OF HAIR IJiuilnl glory ilhaltIhr n KnIIUf- uOlilxrVllur if Urupcriir- Wlllliliu L AII t1 attendant of Kui ror 1111 lltim Iof Germany hind imiit Ftoripk to tell of his royal mnsttr Our of them was tlnw set forth 10 nn KnglUli gentlonuin who hail been admitud to tin emi erorn priutt niutrtuient The Iiltor wax looK lug with pirhHM a pardonable cu riimlty at the combs brushes iiini shaving upimrntuM lull out on the dreti lifttable when the old attendant told thllll story Urn morning u grout lady asked to se the rooms It was quite early i nd his mujetty hind just gone lute his study The lady hind piT inUtiioii and one of his majrstyu aldenih Comp came with her to glvo orders that et 11 thing should bo shown her I brought her In Kerr mill slur looked at hU inujontyV toilet things just as you are looking nt them now I had been combing my masters hair nail bind not hind time U set everything to rights so then were still a few hairs left between the teeth of the comb lleforc could put out my baud to stop her she had snatched up the comb dl engaged the stray hairs from It nnd hidden them away In the bosom of her dress And she n prlucei too lllghni s said I that wont do Xobody miiHt take my kings hair without my permission Hut time aidedecamp wild IJlK majesty will be flattered So the attendant remarked what could I do And when I toM his mnjenty he only laughed After Dinner Sprnkern Nntluiuiel Hawthorne once told how he felt when lie was called upon unexpectedly to speak nt u dinner As I rose he said tapped upon my mind and it sounded hollow It was quite empty there wan nothing In It wlmlMieverl To prevent such distress among his guests the proprietor of n celebrated restaurant In Iarls which nettle n specialty of wedding festivities engaged n clever fel low who excelled In speaking to propose nil till toasts Thus the guests were free to enjoy the affair to flue utmost without any of that nervous ness which besets most people who have to speak nt n banquet lint tin fortunattIy for the success of tills novel scheme of oratory by proxy the talented substitute began to get hilarious utter a series of fostlvitie Iud to lit dismissed A Irr m unt Thrust An Kiiglltdimnn of somewhat quell llonable reputation who was critic Ing tin American wayof spelling once turned to Maurice Itirryinorc till actor iml nahlt Ill lca e It to Mr Iliirrymore Is It right to leuvr out the u in such words nil harbor tflghbiir hi nor candor elc1 Well about arbor and neighbor am nut bUrv ropllHl Hurry more hut wile It slogs tu li nor nail cnudo 1 leave you outs ilOl10l10I10A0itOleOilOS10A011011o1A 0110A01101bOB101O110A01101101g0U01 I The Kirksville School 0a For Boys and Girls d G P Simmons Principal Mark S Pookham Asst Prin Miss Ada Allen Prin Dept of Music Jf 5 o Incidental Feesiu All Grades 60 cents per Term All fees Payable in Advance Yo Tuition Fees Y- u B Primary 10 00 per Term x A Primary and B Grammar 16 00 a 0 A Grammar 16 00 u o High School 20 00 a- db Department of Music Includ 0- a ing Instruments for Practice 20 00 It o g Enrollment last 101 Wo expect to increa o It largely this 0 yr year Our teachers are competent up to dsto Ilemeiiibor before 0 o deciding what school you will patronize that Kirk vi1l has four Ito churches and NO SALOONS We solicit patronage from peopl g- M who whir their children controlled and no others Boarding can be eted tfil rates o From IilondoytoFridaySI 76 It 0Full Week 2101Co Send for Catalogue and investigate 0 G P SIMMONS Principal Kirksvillc Ky r kolokotololorortotairorotorokolororo ortoko oKororoloKo Put an End to It All Agrievoui wail oftimos comes as- a result of unboarablo pain from over taxed organs Dizzinefl Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings Now Life Pills they put an ond to it nil They are gentle but thorough Try them Only25c Guaranteed by East End Drug Coa Drug Store 5UY PR1G romtlrohtaorrrtaaare5 teyortoo latonteilnq Opp UL PattuloteabVakialles o c STOP THOSE RATTLING SPOKES and loose lets nfltltmWrlI hu- a Dachln that Mt llnt wM No burrtrd or burnt lima no 1Illhlpp- rt1 II no DeW boll hours Tire on a hard atj iviiface 5 Uti rtli a uittntMd or jour monrjr Uik- 2Co for buggy wheels UOo for wagon lloreeshooiug GOc everything furnished Wo know DO competition Call and ace ui AZBILL BROS Berea and Big Bill Pike EXPERIENCE1 MAns I TnocOCBICN- 3CopynioHTo Ac Anyon srndlar a ekateh end ltI1untll- nqaly rIln oar lOn tae cobs mnrentbnn II prohblyraUntAbl Commnnrra llontlelt on rues II rntfie llldo1 c olrl stems rinti taken irrouih Mum Bu Co thirifttlal nuke wlltitMl obara la Scientific flmcrtcam kuiil oratr tltnitntrd vetklr laraet rti eolation uf elentlae loarnaL Trmi tJ cutf filer monlb IL olU eede- eiUNCo3 r Mewrl10 t LOUISVILLE NASHVillE RAILROADT- ime Table In KfUot May t1101 S Oolnc North Train a Dally Leave Berea8 48 a m Arrive Richmond512 a m- Arrive Parise 528 am Arrive Cincinaatl7 60 a m Gulag North rS xrsia S Daily Leave Berea 1255 p n Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 818 p m Arrive Cincinnati 8011 p m Gelag Sooth Train 1 Dally Leave Berel 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2Oa p ra eolag South Train 8 Dally Leave BreLe112 S pm Arrive Livingston12 80 a m Train No 1 and No G make con aolioa at Livingston for Jallico mad the South with No 21 mud No 27 W H lOWER Ticket Agent Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that preventive of suicide had been die covered will interest many A run down system or despondency in variably precede suicide and something has been found that will pre vent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bit ters It being a great tonic and nor vino will strengthen the nerves and build up tho system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only BOc Satisfaction guaranteed bj East End Drug Co Druggist DR V H HOBSON o Dentist o Otlllt loioituCkc outdoor Kirhmnnrl Ivv MONUMENTSUrn CnnlU end Mrbl Work of all kinds loon In a workininlikn manner nt eea aonabU pricoa sadwith dispatch Allwork guaranteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky dare Mate Dd Cullln strata- End of Bitter Fight Two physlciani had a long end stubborn fight with an cheese on my right lung writes J F Hughes ol DuPont Oat and gavo me up Everybody thought my time had conic As a last resort I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tlon Tho benefit I received WM striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Cough Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by East End Drug Co Drug Store Price 50o and 1100 Trial bottles free OINO TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE TH- LIBNDBRSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLt BEYOND A DOUBT FREE rj RECLININGiCHAIR CARS Official Relit For Ktntuoklins Te ST LOUIS l Ask for our rates GEOL GARRET LJIRWII Tray Passe IlL ten PaufAgI lOUISYItU KY GREGORYSWtsrrantcQ SEEDS tlMb nWDla CaW fie I 1 4nbory iaey Yr- i I THE CITIZEN II1111III HIII VHHt The School JOHN WIRT DIN8MORB Editor tI HHtH1i1flI11II1 Personal Application Tho ixx rest most helpless infiuil M not an accident merely but a plan of OodII Phillips Brooks linn said- dcxtbinl to do n definite work in the universe it Ia part of the divine plan of creation andns such deserves to trained for Us work This tho fiindainiiital argument for universal education that every child IIUH a right to a chnnco in life IMWIUSO Gal made liiin nod vmtl Mill It lit soiIDtIIial A truth of no value unless jwraunttlly applied 1uulnode a motive for action People rend and hear and talk old xvritu of educa tiou Tim truths and ideas moot Ixltcr schools urn cried aloud every whew Tho dutyof each citizen to promote till educational interests of his children std his cotninunity emphasized in the press nod on tin platform Thousands Hst iiP ogrco applaud lint only tho dozens net Why not the thousands Public IIpOIltllOold till individualH duty raunot everyIxxlyNA coniniiinity holdn each man ro Kxni ih1 for the payment of hiM taxes should verb iiiiii 1s held ro HjHWHiblo for hi JMTMIMII fffortt toward tho betterment of public education To hU own children to hit neighlxrs children to society nH a whole ho accountable and n Htiltcl of Ihtmluly inn jmnntul um focinl rruchof lrust which no in difference of tilt communit should allow to hU Ituneroguizd IlfMrnthpntroim of a modern country school will l overfully stimtilnlo the cduca tiomil spirit in nil directions for inileM around Dottingovnru county with ideal country scliixils will HOOII mule that county a lender in islnca blion Kxainpln in a ixmcrful teacher dt I 11HHIIII7HHH H The Home JBNHIIi LBSTIK HILL Idltor The Summer Baby liT XAKV ASSAIILK FAXTOX uxulllybeginsvo fi that are nut cinc l until cool Oclolxr rutn III Habit not only milTer moro with heat than grown xxilti ilo but they cant drew to suit their own comfort 11eyarc mvaihllc and tucked in Hurl hnlltllt11I1IHlIlIlIIlr TIlt chancfM arts that ho in taken out in n llanuel cape lecatiso hiM hither took trill one mimnicr tiny at that ago Or ovary hit of air in shut away for fear of n draught If ho could only throw ofT restraint anti extra clotlicH nod carol Who caret Ive just pilot to ho comfortable for onco as his father docfl Even when ho in thinking therto tliiugN II kind hand buntllcH him up anti cuddlcti hint et ho in ill when ho is just warm und and covered with prickly heat anti thinking wicked kindergardmi thoughts to COJHJ with tho terrible mttintion No then is no reason in tho world why babies nhould love warm weather They learn to mibmit to letter grown tip Ntandurdrt coupled with baby inconveniences They are petted too much nod miubbod too much There in just ono chance for u baby to find pence of mind and creature comfort in tho mimmor and that in through n wise mother And fortunately for tho American baby ho very often has a Most intel ligent mother It in n fact that tho pretty gay attractive American girl often HetllcH down into llio mveetoflt mont flympalhetio and winost of mot hern Sho has HCIIFO an well sentiment about hor habits she in usually healthy and athletic herself and KIlt wuutfl her sons anti daugh i tars to grow up wall nod beautiful So Hho utudieH her children instead of Hhuttiug them up in a nursery anti paying other ooplo to lovo them A great deal of chafing for tho fltimmur baby can to avoided if tho napkins are watthod in n solution of borax water They nro nlw easier to wayOutmdo clothes mid n wholexome nursery always well niro very much of a babys comfort in twarm weather depends upon tho way dressed Thin soft clothes nro necessary with little or no trimming made short und linen color for hUll bling about Nothing IH hotter for n little baby than a jumper mind tim ideal dross for a baby from tho time i ho can creep is soft jean Of CUIIIHO there III OcrullsII HIIOW whit frocks that may Keen therein by jKWHibly carping relations but even tho white frock should without puffs or rufllefl or stiff embroidery just n flue tuck or two anti some hand stilching Then half hose anti thin slippers maul short petlicoatH only tho most necessary underwear mid that soft and com fortable If warmth is necessary there are long and short kimonos of palo flannel or t crochet loose nun I uulmuiMrng With clothes fresh nnd few nUll comfortable tho baby has n good providingvery iKginning of tho day Undoubt ally most mothers do not realizo that it coniNf veryclose to cruelty io bathe little babies in hard water They do not realize that it means rough skin miHceptihlo to various warm weather irritations that i means bad temjxr and often nervous illuws A baby should have n bath every morning mind that bath should lo soft water If1lHHihlo otherwise softemsl with u pinch of pure leant which gives limo most mineral water tho quality of rain water Although n little timing it is worth rcmcmlxring when you stop to think how much the minimer baby suffers with skit ilillicullieH Ono other important point oven in till hottest weather a baby should hint some sunshine not directly in his eyes or hours of boiling heat surely somo stiiiHliiiut in till earl mil morning or on tho half shads torch A nary well browned baby is a wholesome sight nod n very pretty ono too lIlIh iHi1H1H 1+ I I I I I The Farm BIUS CHBBVKU MASON Editor BARNYARD MANURE Eatlwalvi of II VIe und Taro- Ce to Hr Made of It fly W II 1IRAU Offlce of Experiment Htntlun Barnyard manure in the most Impor taut manurinl resource of the tnrm and should U carefully saved and used It renretMntH fertility which drawn from the will nail iniiHt be returned to It it pnxluctlveniHH In to bo ninlntnlii itl It nut only enrlclim tho soil with the nitrogen plio ihorlc acid and tat null but It also rendoro the stored up materlnlM of the soil more available Improve the mechanical condition of time soil makes It warmer end enables It to retain more moisture On the basin of prices charged for commercial fertilizers It IH estimated that the nvcmge value of time manure annually produced by each horse or mule 11127 by each head of runts flU- b each hog 12 and by ouch sheep 2 Irulinbly bras than half Untie value are actually realized In practice Till urine by tar the most valuable part of the excreta of animal It eupeclnlly rich In readily available ni trogen which rapidly encnpoH Into the air If Hixilnl precautions fro out taken to prevent Its logs It aim rich In potash but deficient In plioxpliorlc acid It should as a rule IM uod In connection with the solid timing the ouo thus supplying the deficiencies of tits other and making n more evenly balanced fertilizer Time dlKM ltlon to be made of the mn nure of the farm lath fermented and unfernentel must be determined large ly liT the nature of the crop nnd soil Where Improvement of the mechanical condition of the toll Is the principal object sought fresh manure best adapted for this purpose to heavy solid and well rotted manure to light soils Where prompt action of the fertilizing constituents Is desired the lient results will probably be obtained by applying fresh manure to the light soils al though excessive applications In thin case should be avoided on account of the danger of burning out of the soil In dry seasons Fresh innnuro has a forcing effect nnd bettor suited to early garden truck gransefl nnd forage plants than to plants grown for seed such as ceo teals or to fruits Direct applications to root crops such as sugar bets and potatoes or to tobacco often prove In jurious The manure should be spread when carried to the field and not left In heaps to leach Tho rate of application must bo de termined by Individual circumstances As a rule It U totter to manure lightly and frequently than to apply a large amount at longer Intervals New d Notes UnitedStatesDried blood has been found very entie factory by C W Hurkett of North Car olina In feeding horses when the ani mals are run down mid thin In flesh Macaroni vermicelli and nil similar preparations constitute as a whole the mo8t Important Item of breadstuff Imported for consumption Into the United States- Successful results with ginseng In Iowa ore claimed from planting evergreens and In walnut groves nwongI Cement Is coming Into each year and runny new purposes for which It Is excellent are being found It Is claimed that files may abstract ta muck aa a pint of blood from as annual la a dry rt SWEPT BY A STORM Property to the Value of 58000 000 Destroyed In St Paul and Minneapolis FIFTEEN PERSONS WERE KILLED Three Storms From North West and East Gathered and Broke Over the Twin Cities IThe Wind For a Time Blew at the Rate of M Mlles An HourA Large Number of Persons Were Injured IBt Paul Miami Aug 22Dellth to proparttn y round numbers at 3000000 veto on a screeching gale which toro down tho valley ot tho Mississippi at 9 oclock Saturday night at a point somewhere soar the confluence of tho Minnesota FortxSnelllng At about that point of the elements sfomlnjly divided and with a roar descended on tho Twin Cities and their environs St Paul suffered to tho extent of about 1000000 Minneapolis damage le oitimated at 1500000 while In tho ouuido districts it Is feared that f500 000 will not coyer tho damage dono to crops and farm property Beginning at a point below Fort ovlysouthIwest and howling In its fury uprooted trees and demolished buildings in Its pathway towards St Paul It toro off two spans of tho High bridge com pletely Tbcro tho brldgo connected with tho high bluffs at West St and It Is 180 foot abovo tho PaulI This roans of steel was carried flats below whore flying steel and heavy planks toll on several small framo houses of the flat dwellers and crushed them Nono of the occupnntsI of the houses wore hurt g hoard the oncoming and taking In the caves In the hillsides retugeI Located at tho bridge ant opposite sides ot Waboaha street are the ThoU concert hall and theater both of which wero EmpireI crowdod with men watching formance The full forco of tho tor nado struck them Tho buildings boo gan to away and rock and tho audl onco becamo panic stricken Men anti boys rushed over each other for tho outs Tho lights went out and tho sheet lightning flashed a scene of pan demonium which was Intensified by the crash of glass and the tearing otI timbers u tho frnmo structure gave away before tho tornado Sections of tho roof were blown through the air and landed east In Third street a block distant Underneath the debris of tho Tivoll were found whoa the storm had passed the mangled bodies of Lorain F Hokenson one of the employee In tho concert halt and George Kweton ono of the audience On the storm rushed to tho northeast over the wholesale district ovary building facing tho south andI Wabaaha street for blooM cast on Third street had scarcely a wholo pane of glass la any window while many on the opposite side wero also broken Tin roofs on several buildings wore rolled ID bundle and deposited In tho street Flying plato glass mixed with tho rala battered everything which stood before it and horses and car riages were wept along the streets which In an Incredibly short space of time wore tiled with water Wires were torn down and part ot the city wu la darkness Tho high buildings reaching skyward and soy eral of tIe smaller ones OB East Third street were shaken to their founda SkYjlIbls Milwaukee and St Paul railway and a section of this building about 400 feet bag was cut out of the middle end the wall section of the end about 60 feet standing at the extreme east sideIn Minneapolis the wind blew ate the rate of K miles an hour Three storms from north west and east gathered and broke over that city Hundreds ot buildings were badly damaged all the groat wire systems were paralyzed and thousands of beautiful shado trees uprooted The street car service was tied up until noon Sunday trolley wires being down In all parts of tho city u the result of falling trees WIND AND LIGHTNING Much Damage Done In the Suburb of Chicago Chicago Aug 92A severe wind and electrical storm passed over tho city Sunday evening doing much dam ago In the suburbs Several small fires were stated by the and the dowapour ot rain IIghtntngI heavy that many flooded and much damage property Northwest of the city hun dreds of acres of com wero beaten down by the wind tad rate and much lostI Storm 2ono ot tho worst rain and wind storms of tho season continued here through tho t liallatonoctWb MUSk Bilaor dajtajp was done In KEEPING ORDER United States War Vessel Prevents An Attack on a Russian Cruiser Shanghai Aug 22 Shanghai was thrown into a fever of excitement Sunday afternoon by tho arrival of a lap anese torpedo boat which was sight ed coming In from tho south at half past 4 oclock She passed Woosung at fall speed and started up tho river Statestorpedopod her cable and followed tbo lap anese destroyer Tho Japanese boat was cleared for action Sho anchored off tho Cosmopolitan dock where the Russian cruiser Askold Is undergoing repairs Tho Chauncoy came to an char between tho dock and tho Japan oso destroyer A foreign pilot ship reports having soon n Japanese bat tleship and two cruisers cruising 60 miles outside of Woosung There are at present no Chinese menofwar In this port but tho taotal has telegraphed that n Chinese cruis er bo sent Immediately Tho Russian consul general hero flatly refuses to disarm tho Askold and tho Russian torpedo boat destroyer Orozovoi or to order thorn to leave the harbor The taotat has notified American Consul Goodnow who Is dean of the consular body that China can not protect the foreign settlements He con tends that Itussla Ignores tho orders Issued by China and that China has not tho means of making her obey them Consul Goodnow has called a meet ing of tho consular body to take joint action for tho protection of foreign InhabitantsCho Aflff 22Wlth tho excep ion of Chtnoso vessels tho United Stales cruiser Cincinnati and the Unit ed States gunboat Frolic are the only warships at present In this port They aro ready to send nflm on shoro at a moments notlco should occasion ro qulro It Tho fear of trouble how over Is remote The foreign consuls and others In authority wore Inter viewed Sunday by a correspondent on alllunltedcurrod so fur to give reason to expect trouble Tho situation Is absolutely quietLondon Aug 22ms London rooming newspapers Monday show a dlsponltlon to reserve their opinion on tbo Shanghai Incidents Tho Stand S11111Imove our admiration not unmixed with envy Tho British public would bo glad to know whore our powerful China squadron 1Rt this moment and what It Is doing and why the lead In defending Chinese neutrality should ibo surrendered tamely to the Amen coon The foreign office might wall take example from the Washington state department TORNADOJN MICHIGAN Four People Were Killed and Much Property Destroyed Gloncoe Mich Aug 22A tornado struck tho townships of Rich Valley and Ilcrgcn Saturday night about C oclock killing four persons and do grainisection was a washout of ton miles and a mile wide Tho wind storm was followed by hall and a drenching rain lasting nn hour or more Corn was completely stripped and beaten Into tho ground Hundreds of grain stacks were scattered broadcast IFIRED BY LIGHTNING Five Chicago Firemen Overcome By Gas and Smoke Chicago Aug 22Flre the result of lightning caused a loss of 75000 to tho plant of tho Nubian Paint a Varnish Co Ftttyllnt avenue and ExplOo1810ns gas The storage room and offices of the company wore destroyed and the re mainder of the plant had a narrow escape Valuable Gowns Ruined By Rains St Louis Aug 22 Magnificent Parisian gowns valued at 000000 aro In a ruined condition in the palace of manufactures the result of the heavy rain storm The gowns wore exhibited by French dressmakers He Soared Hla Wife Council Bluffs la Aug 22Think ing to scare his wife John Coyan placed a revolver to his forehead and snapped the trigger Tho weapon contrary to fate belief was loaded and bo sent a bullet Into his brain Rains Extinguish Forest Fires Kallspoll Mont Aug 22A heavy rain tho first of any consequence ilnco Juno has aldod materially In ex tinguishing tho forest fires which have been raging In Northern Montana the past ton days A Fatal Quarrel Atlanta do Aug 22A quarrel about an open bedroom door led to the travelinglnlesmRn perintendent of the Florodora Tag Co tioro Sunday The Besiegers Reinforced Cho Foo Aug 22 Information from Port Arthur up to August 19 shows the besiegers havo been reinforc Ill by 80 regiments from Gen Okua may Heavy Arlng was beard Au 4IUt JO IMPORTED FOODS Chemical LaboratoriesForExam inatloa of Foreign Products to Be EtabltshedEX- PENTCNEYISTSTOTAKECNANRE Will Be Located in Now York Boston Philadelphia New Orleans 8aa Francisco and Chicago Many Cargoes Have Been Reshlpped Out of the Country as Impure Re sulting In Raising the Stand ard of Imports Washington Aug UA chemical laboratory for the examination of imported food products will be opened In tho appraisers store building of tho byItheboIintulledsere ice commission This Is the first of a number of port laboratories to bo established to prevent Impure food tho product of foreign countries entering tho United States Congress will be asked for appropriations for such laboratories at HoHton Philadelphia Now Orleans San Francisco and Chicago The foreign pure food law has been In force moro than a year and la regard stageIreau of chemistry of the department of agriculture declares that It Is the In tention ot tho department now to put the screws on Eighty per cent of the Importations of food arrive at New YorkWhen the pure food law first was put into operation It was found that 178 per cent of the Imports of foods and drinks wore admlssaule under Its provisions Many cargoes have been 10I shipped out of tho country as Impure resulting In raising the standard of imports until now It Is estimated that 85 per cent of the Imports are admiss able under the law justIulilppltiK It after It had been condemn ed as impure tho cargo being olive oil The secretary of agriculture Is await ing an Interpretation of a portion of the law which It Is believed will ex clude entirely the Importation of eau sages from Germany The analysis of whisky Is drawn with a view of holding up what is termed Scotch whisky according to Dr II W Wiley chief of tho bureau of chemistry Dr Wiley declares that there Is not a barrel of pure Scotch whisky In the United States and that the Importations of this article are practically all concoctions and should be labelled Compound ON THE RANGE Result of Second Part of the National Team Match Fort Riley Kan Aug 24TI1o sec and part of the national team match was the program on tho national range Tuesday The firing commenced at 8 oclock In tho morning and was not finished until near 6 In tho evening The program was slow fire at 800 and 1000 yards In which tho possible for each team was 1200 points The pos sible tho first day was 2400 In the two days shoot the scores of teams York national guard team 2 880 Now Jersey 2810 army Infant ry 380C United States marines 2 788 District of Columbia 2762 Unit od States navy 2756 Massachusetts 2730 Rhode Island 2715 army cav alry 2713 Pennsylvania 2700 Ma ryland 2592 Washington 2583 Con necticut 2550 Florida 2401 Michi gan 2244 Kansas 2109 Alabama 1 736 PHILIPPINE CURRENCY The New System Is Gradually Driving Out the Mexican Dollar Washington Aug 24When tho new currency system was proposed for the Philippines there wore predictions In some quarters that the conserva tive Islanders could not be readily In duced to surrender tho Mexican dollars and tho Spanish coin with which they had been familiar for so many yearn In favor of the new Philippine peso proposed by the commission But reports received here show that the change has been made smoothly and more expediently than waa thought possible Allowed To Do Business San Francisco Aug 24 Collector of Customs stratton received word from the secretary of the treasury to the effect that until otherwise ordered tor eign vessels will be allowed to do business botween Ancon Panama and tho United States ports Visited the Brooklyn Navy Yard New York Aug 24Secretary of the Navy Paul Morton mado his first official visit to the Brooklyn navy yard since his appointment to the cab- Inet by President Roosevelt He was received with ceremony Incident touch occasion Will Address the Bank Clerks Washington Aug 84llfr Arm strong assistant secretary of the tress ury left for 8t Louts where ho will deliver am address before the second national convention of chapters of the Araertaaa laaUtute of bank storks ARE SUBPOENAED Six Members of Building Trades Employers Association Cited to Appear in Court INSPECT BOOKS AND CONTRACTS The First Move of tho District Attor neys Office Against Employers in the Industrial Fight All the Unions In the Building Trade Alliance In New York Will Join the Strike Whenever Called Upon To Do So Now York Aug 2 Subpocnaes wero Issued Tuesday by one of tho Judges of tho court of special sessions sitting as a magistrate directing the appearance of six members of tho Building Trades Employers association before Acting District Attorney Rand Wednesday Tho names of tho men woro not made public and Mr Rand refused to talk of tho case- S far as can bo learned this Is tho first move by the district attorneys office against tho employers In tho In dustrial fight in this city The Peoples Security Co counsel for the unions Monday submitted evi dence against tho employers to the district attorney and charges of con blacklistingI No 2 of tho Journeymen Plumbers and Qasfllttcrs union of which Philip Wolnsotmcr is president wero taken to the district attorneys office Tues day for the purpose of allowing Mr Hand to Inspect thorn The acting dls ccrIbooks In preparing tho case of extortion now pending against Welnselmer J C Hatzel ono of tho members of the board of governors of tho Building admitIthe six men on whom subpoenaes had been served Yes I have boon subpoenaed ho said The subpoenaes requires me to appear tomorrow It also states I am to produce my books my contracts and my trade association agreements I shall obey tho subpoenas Mr Hatzel is head of the Electrical Contractors association By a vote of the representatives of all the unions In tho Buildings Trades Alliance which had not yet either struck or been locked out it was de tided Tuesday that they will Join tho strike at whatever moment the execu tive committee of tho alliance may call on them to do so The alliance press committee an nounced after tho meeting that the ex ncutlve committee will meet and with draw all alliance men from all Jobs controlled or contracted for by any member of the Building Trades Em ployers association This will mean a general strike in tho building trades In so far as tho alliance can make It so and the tie up of operations will become more nearly complete PUBLIC LANDSt Report Shows That 16258892 Acres Were Disposed Of During the Year Washington Aug 24Records of tho public land office for tho fiscal year ended Juno 30 1004 completed Tuesday shows that 16258892 acres of public lands wero disposed of during the year as compared with 22650928 acres last year The total cash receiv ed for these lands was 8795893 as compared with 10557618 last year The number of entries was 172857 These figures Indicate according to officials of the land office that tho publlo land boom of last year Is sub siding somewhat Last year was tho record year for 20 years and the pros ent Is next highest In the number of acres disposed of by tho government Lands wore taken up In 24 states and four territories North Dakota ted In the number of acres and Ore gon in the amount of cash received In North Dakota 1798651 acres wero disposed of tho money received for the same being 1284218 In Oregon 1 170655 acres wero taken up and 1 442576 received for the same Japanese Strike Breakers Omaha Neb Aug 24Wlth the arrival of a number of strike breakers In tho packing house district Tuesday came 80 Japanese from tho smelting and manufacturing districts ot Color ado They were taken Into tho plant of the Omaha Packing Co Unsuccessful Attempt to Kidnap Ashevlllo N C Aug 4At Swan nanoa Station Tuesday Mrs John Frank James wife of a New York merchant unsuccessfully attempted to take her child from her husband who was accompanied by a private detec rive and another man Chauffeur Burroughs Dead Chicago Aug 24It C Burroughs chauffeur of the automobile that plung ed Into the river off Rush street brIdge last Thursday night died Tuesday night Ho had been operated upon la an attempt to relieve his sufferings and did not rally Are Not Boll Weevil Little Rock Ark Aug 24A telegram received from Acting Secretary ot Agriculture Willis A Moore states that the Insects found several days ago la Hempstead and Little River oouatiea to this state are sot boll The Citizen Ail ImEFENDEMT FAMILY NlCWSrAT sPobliiLed ertry Thnradty tt Beret Rl JAMES M RACER IE4ltwtud Fublliber L BUDSCRIFTIOX RATE TATABLI AUYANCK OIl year llM- Iz raonthi M Three months Mad monTbr tort orfca Order Ex RrJ1l1ere4atlerTh nat after your name shows to what Itto your ub crlptlon li psld If It li nor banged within this Iweeki after ifndlif us Money notify ut loppe4CIIIfotltr na at one ofiany your it nil iTlni both old and new ad4renee- S Jd t themallorotherwtNwillgladlybesupII Xc nta Ranted In every locality Write for ma Anyone tending ui four new yearly ibacrlptloni will receive Tat CITIIIK Ire or ltOIl BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in ever room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop 0 lyCourt Ice Cream j All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables A A Phone JOES No ea Select Grccer and Caterer Jees Corner Richmond Ky r DR M Ee JONES Dentist Offico Over Printing office BcacA KT Open Every Day from 0 oclock f m until 4 oclock pm Your watches clocks guns sowing machines etc repaired by A E Thompson an expert workman of 16 yean experience at A J Thompsons Opposite Burde ties mill Berea Ey Allwork guaranteed Wm Lunsford General Dealer in ugh Grade Pianos and Organs Jsfltrumenta repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky r HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Ateorted Bon Bona in neat I pound boxes Cekkhn Ky r I GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is iolicted T R PETTUS RyIJ Miller House Newly fitted up ifesls and Board and Lodging at populai prices Nut door to Joea i R C Engle Prop fain St Richmond K- 7Williams r better prepar 0 yiT WATCH CLOCK SUN ud GENERAL IIPpIXG a1 Ir Gleam i i ud PtsstIE a Salty- tRtlfkglialiNdk W A tiff Rt fulrnrllhiU1i nf Utetttal train Alt Ntr tt JarationBy EDWIN GINN Wel1 Known School Dook Publlihir E VERY one needs a vacation It is better for both employer and employe that at least two weeks every year should be free from all work and that such freedom should be given up to absolute rest and change of scene Undoubtedly it is true that a large per cent of the working people do not derive the greatest benefit from the vacation period Many work harder physically and perhaps mentally at that lime than when engaged in the performance rf their regular duties Such use ofl vacation fails of course to accom plish its purpose but when properly spent I believe the- vacation period is as profitable as any portion of the year INot only do I believe in regular stated periods of rest but I also believe in a reduction in the hours of labor The plan which we have adopted of closing our establishment onehalf day each week is very satisfactory Of course whether nine hours labor is as prof table to the employer as ten hours depends largely upon the individtrat The villigenerallybut unless there is extra exertion and a determination to do on the part of the employe less work will be accomplished in the shortI cued day On general principles therefore no employer can afford to emIIrequired to sooner manual labor Work of an exacting nature is much harder on one than that which calls for the exercise of little thought It is impossible to fix an exact limit upon the number of hours tnat one may safely work forI it is not the length of time a man works that tells upon him it is tire mental strain occasioned by responsibility risk and uncertainty that wears him out Too many take their cares home with them If people would only work a reasonable length of time each day and play the rest of the time much more would be accomplished and the active life of the business man would be considerably lengthened The majority ol business men today feel that they must exert themselves to the utmost in order to accumulate a property that some day they will take time to enjoy It is only the few who ever reach that point who know when they have enough The most of them do not stop until failing health compels it and then all power of enjoyment is gone The best rule is to take time to enjoy each day as it passes I think we do need vacations more than our fathers did Com pcI tition with them was confined to their immediate vicinitya radius of from ten to twenty miles Men of today have the whole world to com pete with and the demands upon them are many times those made upon our fathers Th1pn OStrla uulh- ttrrgtIBy HON EDWIN WARFIELD Governor of Maryland t lA Ifasked the age when girls should marry I should say 24 That was the age of Mrs Warfield when I mar ried I was 36 I said to my daughters that I should not give my consent to marrying until they arrive at that ageIMarriage for the purpose of settling a daughter in life is as a rule a failure and an unhappy one No parent and especially no true and loving mother will wish to push her daughter into matrimony before she is fully matured and fitted for the grave responsibilities of married life Young girls just out of school are not equipped for the ordinary household duties of wives and for the cares and trials of motherhood They should after leaving school spend some time with their parents giving their parents the pleasure of their companionship and learning something of the everyday work that will be theirs as wives I think that many lives are made failures by persons marrying before their characters have been formed Young people are impres sionable and romantic and if left to their own free will are apt to rush into matrimony without properly considering the grave responsibilities of married life Many cases have come under my observation where youthful and hasty marriages have resulted in unhappiness discontent and lives of drudgery The old saying Marry in haste and repent at leisure proves too often true Young women and men should remember that the romantic attach ments of youth generally are not lasting I would not wish to be regarded as laying down ironclad rules concerning the exact age when a should marry It might be at 22 24 25 or 26 yearsit all depends upon the physical and mental development of the girlI At41rliti J1lat tlil1 By JAMES L WALSH Dlrector of the Boston Public Cymnl U06c have their girl Answering the qtici tionIIDocs athletics tend to shorten or prolong life I would say that it depends entirely upon the kind of ath Ictics practiced Ifaman practices athletics from pure love of the game and trains or is trained intelligently and docs not specialize too closely and has a crack at track and field events with a little baseball tennis or golf on the side he ought to be a long liver because he is building up his t whole body and not any one part to the detriment of another He is temperate in eating drinking and training and in his pleasI urrsThe mind body and internal organs arc all called upon their share of the work The result of this kind of athletics is a good allround development with a mental muscular balance that must be conducive of longevity The kind of athletics that demoralize and kill are many football and Marathon racing are fair samples of this form of athletics Tem perance huts no place in these games i they ore nerve sackers heart breakers and some times neck breakers from start to finish They develop brute force and sand but at a terrible cost to the human body morally and physically The wear and tear on the lungs heart and nervous system is so severe and the reaction which must follow an effort of this kind cannot be otherwise than injuriou- sIf a man is as old as his arteries there must be many prematurely old football and rocscountry men These are the games that kill rrTL cryw jV THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for August 28 1C01ElljahD- iacourrged Prepared by the Highway and By- Way Preacher Copyright trOt by J M Udson LESSON TEXT 0 longs 18l x j Memory erau 3 U Itnd Ahab told Jezebel all that Elijah had done and withal how fce had slain ull the prophets with the sword- Then Jezebel sent a messenger unto Elijah saying So jet the sods do to nIt anymore also If I make not thy life as the life of one of them by tomorrow about this time And when he saw that he arose and went for his life and came to Ilecrahetm which Iclcncclh to Judah and left his servant there nut ho himself went a days Journey Into the wilderness and rame un J sat down under a Juniper tree and he requested for himself that tv might die and said It Is enough now 0 Lord lake away my life for am not better than fathers C And as he lay and slept under a tree behold then an wheel touched himIund said unto him Arhe and nt- And he looked rind behold there was a cake baken on the coals and a cruse of water at his head And ho did eat and drink and laid him down again 7 And tho angel of the Lord came the second time and touched himacalnI said Arise and cat because the too great for thee And he rose and did cat and drink nnd went In tho uttength of that meat days and 40 nights unto Iloreb the mount of God THE LESSON Includes only tho lesson text UULDEN TIXTIn mj dlstrMsl cried unto the Lord and Ho heard mela 1911TlatEThe day after the contest on Mount Carmel lLACEJctreel and the wilderness to the south Comparing Scripture with Scripture From Faiths Mountaintop to Unbe liefs Wilderness James 517 tells us that Elijah was a wan of like passions with us and It Is only as we rermunbcr this that We can realize that the lleelug prophet Is the same prophet who 21 hours before had stood upon Mount Carmel calling down the tire of GodI God forbid that we should sit In judg ment upon this heroic brave faithful servant of God Horn 21 But In humility and faith we may learn scale lessons from hit failure and thereby strengthen ourselves against like defeat 1 Cor 101112 The causes of Klljaha night were 1 Physical reaction The Journey from Xarephath and tho events on Mount Carmel caused physical and nerv ous exhaustion which was followed byI great weakness and depression The place fur Elijah was not at Jezrecl but alone somewhere with God where ho could receive rplrltual and physical re riving The place for the servant of God always after a service has been splendidly rendered Is apart from the busy throng and alone with Jesus Elii jabs first misstep was that run toI Jezreel Having done all hcshould stood and left results with God 2 Elijah overestimated the effect of Mount Carmels revival He went a ittp farther than God led him and figured results and when expectations allI discouragement came Elijah went Jezreel In great elation of spirit expect Ing that the mighty manifestation of God on Mount Carmel and tho flood of waters would turn the most hardened Elnnw to God perhaps ho even looked for the conversion of Jezebel herself The servant of God who insures on re suits who estimates tho probable fruit- age Is Inviting just such failure an came to Elijah God gives the Increase It Is our business to sow the reed preach tho word and leave results with God Cor15SL 3 Elijah took his eyes oft God Ho saw Jezebel and her vain threat v 2Iho taw himself as the only one left knew and served God and ho saw the glaring faults of others vs 10 II And BO ho bad no eyes to sea God The man who takes his eyes off God Is defeatcdI and ready for flight Prov ten spies saw the giants and not God Num 1333 but Joshuaand Cajeb looked beyond the difficultly to Cod Num 148 4 The Ego Instead of God 1 bad much to say about MY zeal IIJal1I votion MY life and the fallings and InaI of others When self becomes the ter of thought when self Is lauded and others condemned when self appears Indispensable to God then cornea the night of discouragement the juniper tree and the desire to forsake the task even by death Elijahs Foolish Prayer He wanted to die when the chariot and horses of Heaven were preparing to translate himJ It was the prayer of petulancy of couragement of unbelief Contrast tho prayer uttered In the Spirit on Mount Carmel with its answering fire and abundance of rain and this prayer un der the juniper tree Rom 820 God did not hear this prayer of Elijah 1 John 51115 And how many of our prayers fall short of the Divine car for the same reasonGods Tender CareIIe gave Ills weary frightened discouraged run away prophet sleep VG Ps1272 He sent HU angel to minister to him neb 114 He watched Over him and sent rile angel a second time Ps 12137 No word of rebuke No signor displeas ure No threat or condemnation but patient waiting loving tenderwatchfulI care Ah how tbeFalber fordfsobedtentHe cares fopand loves you and me when we fall Into slnPsI0313 8615 THE GOLDEN TEXT In my distress I cried unto the Lord and He heard me A listening God lie hears the slnnnrs cry for mercy lie hear the cry of distress of Ills children He hears the song at it bursts from the cleansed heart of the sinner and the delivered soul of the taint But oh how often God listens In vain The sinner is dumb in his sin The saint Is forgetful and Indif ferent When blessings sunshine is athwart bid pathway he forgets to lift his song of praise and when th J4JIGt ALCOHOL IN THE KITCHEN A Little OneAct Drama Prepared by Walter N Edwards for the National Advocate Mrs llrownlng A domesticated ma tronMrs lllldcr Newly married Miss Wilder end Miss FrecllnR Young ladles who have only recently graduated frOth seminary lllldcr You would hardly be 1hove Mrs Browning the troulile hhvc had with my cook She Is never up to dinIseems Miss Frtcllne This everlasting servant imrstlon again It seems to bo only topic of conversation nowadays Ilho Browningit lea most Important let me assure you Miss Fueling and I have every sympathy with Mr Hltdcr In her troubles In the kitchen What do you think Is the cause of the cook being muddled Mrs HI hardly like to say lIlmll believe she drinks She Is a most excellent servant but there Is this one fault Miss Wilder How horrid To think of anyone In a comfortable place giving way to drink One can hardly wonder at the poor and miserable flying tu drink In order to drown their troll but for a respectable woman It Is simply awful Mrs ihI have found a remedy for all that In my house Mine was jitxt the same experience Mr Drowning and tattled It over and we camo to the eon Lelusion that there was but one way irf mntterIwas that 1 wo mme tho houtto together aII Miss FThen you are a total stalnerT Mrs D Certainly My husband und I have been abstalncro for many years Mrs HlIut my dear Mrs Drowning dont you find It very awkward some times with visitors and all that Mm UNot at all Some of our friends are not abstainers but they re cognize that wo taro the same right to abstain as they claim In using wine We licvrr admit strung drink of any kind thllrooksauce and wine jellies and confections Mrs IIYou surely dont mean that no wino Is used In the kitchen 1 Mrs D1 certainly do and what Is more I think that of all places It Is the least needed In tho kitchen May not Its use there In some way be responsible for the muddled state of your cook Miss oI am glad to hear you take such a stand Mrs Drowning It Is just the position that father and mother take and we find It no Inconvenience Miss WUul really I cant see what harm a little wine can do anti see how It Improves the dishes with Its flavor Mrs U1hnlls of course a matter brandytflavored confections itinocent and wholesome preparations that Ills a pity that wo should have re course to alcoholic liquors Mrs HDul is not his carrying things a little too farT I think It Is You object to wine jellies and all that sort of thing but all the time there Is alcohol the bread Iin Miss Wot course there Is How funny It Is that people dont ace that They go to an extreme on one hand and yet use the something on the other hand Mrs UArt you sure of that It Is certainly new to me I was talking not long since to Dr Walker and he nbso lutcly stated that alcohol Is never found In natural foods and very seldom In deed In prepared ones so long as those foods arc fresh and wholesome Mrs HDut that cant be so Why In making bread yeast is used and the only object in using It Is that gas may bo generated and It Is these bubbles of gas that make the bread rise Miss W There Is no doubt but that alcohol Is formed in tho dough for I know a little chemistry and the very fact that the gas Is produced shows that alcohol has been formed Miss PThat Is BO undoubtedly Dut have you not forgotten that the bread has to bo baked Tho fact that alcohol Is In the dough does not prove that It Is also In the bread Mrs 1II cant see that If It Is IB the ono surely It must be in the other Miss FThat may be a reliefbut It U sot tie fact What relIT happens Is oL thisthat the cast acts upon time nugnr In the dough amid splits It up Into alco hol and carbonic acid gas JThls gasi escapes and makes the limit athefrom the dough t Mrs RThat stems to clear up Hint point and we zany UwrrJoreunt1ouh ft el tree Vise W1RII not sure about It dont quite sec whnt proof there IB Mrs NOf course It Is all very well to say the alcohol escapes but what proof Is there of this Miss FThe proof Is easy The heel of the oven Is above that of the boiling point of water and ns alcohol bolls at 40 degrees below that of water ft follows that It must vaporize wry much more t quickly and thus be driven off In the first quantities of steam Mrs HThat Is quito a satisfactory explanation I did not know the reams and I am obliged to Miss Fueling for explaining It Miss FThe bread could of coursobn tested after It lira been baked and I believe that wlurt this has been done no nlculiol hiss been found to bo present Mrs IIWII that seems to settle II Live and learn thry say aid I havn learned something this afternoon Mist WIlut would not tho sumo argument apply to other raxes where wit Is used In the kitchen Mrs 111 think Huh for In many eases the material Is neither boiled nor baked and consHiuentjy the full flat oj of strong drink Is present Miss FI know that smother to that kind on the ground that It Is ncwBHary we do not even think it notIto tho palate and there Is always danger that sonic one who lies qutred jhe drink habit may have the drink habit revived Mrs ILThat le a very real dIUI IIIand I am all the snore certain after our talk today that wo are adapt Jag the tight course In excluding strong think entirely from the houip Mrs 11well ladies I tnt gtr all still have rom call to makrJDEFECTIVE CHILDREN I Sod Legacy Which Alcohol Km Be stowed Upon the Couutr of Belgium t Lo lUtn Bttla has an artflft on doe fcctlve children In which wa road tlIlIthis school for won children lAin J S4 whitlars but the Sorlntr for the Protection of IHifectlvii UilMmi has made Inquiry and fouail that In Dolglum there art at least gOOf such l children and the greater aumltcr are receiving no education at all Fan ar ticle goes on to My that la this sail matter aleuhol plajn It itfcpontkipUnK rule The tonchettorta worp was fthuh had caused to the IMlIotaUARtIho renounced for life the hone drinks liqueurs He one day said to a friend How end one continue to drink when sees in these children tire terrible It caused by nlrobol Oar tIMIrail then asks Do the rich iftlll and the public mipoltuncr wy for Ue special teaching of thou children Do they charge themselves with tku duly of remedying the sail ronetqarnrM fir their pitiable rondltlott Thus item orables coptent tlicnuolVM wttli shutting up n drawers and mfn the cursed money which they pale through the misfortune and atmlmefitg of the peopleIn artlrl on criminality Belgium after giving details of the crimes committed through drink show criminalsIare alcoholics It Kays It In the In fernal commerce of the distillers snit the retail dealer Ip Alcohol which pro daces all these rrimlnals Why not make those who deliver themselves up to this destructive commerce pay the considerable tout amounting to mil lions which criminality entails on the country TEMPERANCE PARAGRAPHS There are 111 saloonkeepers on the school board In Ilttsbtirg The closing of Glasgows saloons attn Instead of 11 p m has led to an Im mediate reduction of per cent In the police cases of drunkenness The prohibitory law of Potter coun tYI which had been lit effect for 40 years was repealed two years ago but Judge Olmstead ruled that the repeal lag law was unconstitutional On ap peal the superior court affirmed tile local courts ruling The matter was then argued In the supreme court but that tribunal may not hand down n derision for some months Accordingly about 40 saloons will go out of business for awhile at least Irof J 0 Jordan of Dates college was recently asked to analyze some so j called beer confiscated by n sheriff In Maine Ills report was as follows I should say that It was composed of the rinsings from sour molasses barrels tho suds obtained In washing utbarroom floor and all of the moldy grain the liquid would absorb It In f only 27G per cent alcohol but a manrought to be prosecuted for selling such stuff Prohibition for Indlnnu No liquor Is permitted the Indians who form a largo part of Cummins Wild West Indian Congress at the worlds fair So Insistent Col Cum mine upon a strict observance of this rule that he employs a skilled detec tive to search out violators and In diana who offend are promptly returned to the reservation Prohibition Is naturally conducive to hatter illclpltno among the 7CO Indians who lake part In the congress but It may Uodlfflcult to persuade the aborigine that whit is so harmful to himself is not equally co to hit civilized brother p t 0 D an 4 t L THE INDIAN RUNNER DUCK A New Variety in This Country But Quite Popular in Europe and in Asia While tho Indian Runner Is a new variety of duck so far as tho exhlbl tion room is considered to this coun try It Is not In fact a now breed to tho world In writing of them Mr J Donald says that they originally came f from India to England something over f O years ago Nat a great number of them were secured at first Those first received were bred together and their offspring bred In like manner and rowed with other varieties of ducks Shortly before 1890 they were taken up and bred through form and color Soon niter this they made their appear once In the show rooms of England INDIAN HfNNCIl MTKB and attracted considerable public at tontloii Homo lltllo tlmo after tlilf I they wero brought to tho attention of tho American tanners who have done much to Improve thorn In tills coun J try The drakes of this variety weigh from 4V4 to five pounds tho ducks iibout a pound less They begin to lay when quite young It Is reported that I tome have been known to produce eggs when less than five months old and In addition to this they are credited with having produced as many as 120 t 0 eggs In a year The eggs of the true variety have a white shell and are not gape so largo as those of other varia lies Ono of their advantages In the fact that they are great foragers and will co all over the farm In search of cnlmnl food such u bugs and worms of all kinds of which they are Very fund Frequently they will start out aa soon an It Is daylight In the morn lug and only return home In the eve ning to bo fed This Is a illfndvan tagc as they must be confined In the house every night and kept there In the morning until they have dropped f their eggs which they will usually do trprior to ten pr 11 oclock In the morn The crossing with other ducks has I increased their size but detracted from the original or proper type of the durk and ftpottcil or changed the color of tlf ilumage There aro now two shades of color but only one true one fawn and white Tho colors In the but specimens are divided as In the Bins tratlon taken from the Feathered World The other colorln gray Our raTfawngray and white are the result of cross lug In addition to this many of the females have In their plumage tho In distinct markings like those In the Plumago of the lotion female only appearing of tonne In the darker color Itnlhor too much encouragr icnt ct this Improper marking has been Klvcn In the show room where speci IRe nil plainly so Inured hive gained the prizes There should be an effort In favor of the dlctlnctive colors of fawn and while properly divided When hatched their bills are yellow greenish end of the bill The tall plumage of Loth Is of a darker shade of fawn which is darker In the male than In anytraceThese ducks are becoming quite pop tilar on the farm as they do not care so much for the water as do some other kinds and lay a largo number of eggs for waterfowl Where one male Is provided for every five females tho IhlCkJln for they will dress at from S4 to 414 pounds during tho winter and the young make splendid broilers Coun try Gentleman POULTRY YARD PARAGRAPHS Dont forget time and gravel Troth I are necessary in tha poultry yard Ue sure of clean water for the plncejRats are likely to bo bad lilts time of year Dont neglect them till they get some of your best broods Food coupe are very necessary to keep the largo chicks and fowls from tramping tho little ones to death- Watch the hen that first comes oft the roost and that last retires at right She Is salt to bo the best layer There ought to be a shallow box frll of Just In every poultry house hull winter and summer and It should bo often renewed A constant dust liaMj s the very best remedy for lice r Excess of salt Is not good for fowls when thoy can get to It they some tlnms eat it In fatal quantities but a little salt as for Instance In their IwJ la beneficial American Tribune WEIGHING NOT NECESSARY Fowls Need a Variety of Food and Nut a SIngle Ration Doled I Out by Ounces We do not think It necessary to waste tho time required to weigh or measure tho food given to any kind of poultry Of course by this we do not tnan that food should ho thrown to fowls In a promiscuous way on tho contrary we think there should always ho a system hut conditions which do velop day oy day should be our guide Nature In her generosity has pro vided no way of Judging what percent of this cr that kind of food the fowl must have but relies on conditions to furnish tho necessary amount of each essential i 1101llOfound to take their place but If nu substitute IH available It must of no comity follow that derangements will rriiilt Laying hens require a certslt a10llnt of egg forming material anti uuleaa this Is supplied In some form 01 other the production of vRin Will grow lessGrowing I chicks require food for mils clo and flesh but this miy be iuppllril I In many ways and no direct rulo can be laid down One thing Is certain I p01l1lrY1bothand no matter how good or wholesome the kind they will In time tiro of It I unless a change Is given Watch the flock and noti its likes and dislikes nUll endeavor as much all possible to Htlniulato tho appatlle by Riving something different each day Farm and Homo I DONT LOSE YOUR SWARMS I A Hint from California Which May- Be of Value to Beekecptro Other Sections InI 10It Is common largo I California for six or even 12 swarms to I conic out at a time 1 have Known of their doing this once and alighting In one pile 1 have also bun bothered with an occasional alter swam cuing Into several differcut hives resulting in the lass of one or more queens Lat leai ton therefore I made a swarm catch r wbleh coniltttd of a mini 9fia14xlq Inches In size with the slita cwvcrrd with wire cloth The boaid cover for the top was removable while the 1101I torn was nulled fast and chanif r one side to allow a lhrec eighth inch bee space from the hUo Into tile rwarnl catcher A strip of wood an Inch wide along the entire length of the annI catcher extended the bee space Into the Incloiure I then took two pieces of wire cloth three Inches wide and It Inches long nnd tacked one on rack she of four strips of wood three elghths by tbtClrollrthllnrb b three inches kong mntlnR n bcP space tbreeolphlhi by II Inches Tlilf I put In front of the btspace before inenlJoned to that the bees In pailng into the sw mcatrhfj i I I I i j CAUFOltNIA HUAIlll CATCllKIt I traveled horizontally one inch then upward three Inches between two plicci of wire cloth I fattened this device In front of the hive by means of a string from the upper part of the catcher tho head of a wire nail bent like a fish hook and with tho point sharpened which hlnII cover or super comB off when a large swarm goes in I hind two last year and hived about 50I swarms with them with only tial fallure for one swarm was IlartlyI out when I put It on and about half the bees settled In a tree ofI After 1C or 20 minutes the swarm all In and the bees quiet I even fix a hive In the shade of ono of my trees talc my Kwurni which Is secure In the catcher to the hive remove the cone from tho catcher and shake the manIIn front of the hive In the usual neroOr If I am in the midst of ome work that I want to finish I can set the swarms In the shade until ready to hive It Sometimes when I have had them both In wo at the tame time n third swarm vould come out and alight on the j outside of one catcher but It Is an easy I matter to brush those on the outside In front of an empty body and then hive the other a few rods dlrtant There arc a good many advantages In the catcher the most Important of wlilc1 dUlter1Tlalstall trees or when the apiarist Is a laIIor when the bees arc left In charge of a younger member of his familyJ M Mack In Gleanings In nee Culture A New Remedy for Lice- Many things have been tried to erad bate lice from poultry houses Some have been successful while others have resulted In failure Wo have a I teller from a correspondent writing from Nolond Va who says Purchas this place two years ago I foundling poultry houses Infested with ver min After falling to obtain relief by a trlsl of ninny of the recommended remedies I started out on my own hook I sprayed the buildings thor oughly with Bordeaux mixture and have not been troubled sinceIlome stead THE NEW NOSE I had received my notice of dismiss al Ai this was the ninth time It had happened In the eight months during which I had been on the stage 1 be gnu to meditate on the subject and at laetJt occurred to mo that this frequent recurrence of the event might have a reason but what It could have nothing to do with talent Talent I had without our possi ble doubt the only question was for what Even our stage manager whom I In vited to a glass of beerlie drank 13 In order to put tnls question to him gave me the word of honor of the general manager that I had talent even great talent though It had not yet showed Itself Nor could my appearance I do net- like to mention Itbe the cause for without arrogance I may say that for a youth of 20 1 had a truly imposing figure My face had an open frank expression my mouth was to bo sure a Jltlle too large and my nose a little too wide but taken all together my features formed a harmonious whole As for wardrobe I was 10 amply pro vided that I could appear on tits stage Iin seven different costumes To hit ex I Jiad only two suits one black one and one gray but my Intelligence knew how to multiply them Into seven by varying the combination 1 would like to see the actor who tilt poses of more clothes often not oven neItwo and a gloves To make an end In my doubts I de elded to Inquire and for this purpose I went one tiny to seek the general manager In his office I The chief a man about t3 looked at mo for awhile out of his halfclosed i eyes without saying a word and then pointing ills finger aumy olfactory orIgag he said Your nore does not please me I I did not know then that tills ex pression Is the excuse of every manager who Is not willing to give the true rca son for tho discharge to an employe and really believed that my facial JMtlon displeased our thief IIroI vas rather wide but If he that his own was handsome he WAS mlitiaVcn I nut his was the power and If my original now did not please him 1 must procure another I lncr that there were many actors at the theater who In the evening mod sled noses for themselves Why should not I also do It T Perhaps the manager would then withdraw the notice nut how wore notes modeled I had not tho remotest Idea but I had a friend who would know just how to do It An I had expected Throphllus knew IheIand would gladly initiate me in con sideration of a moderate sum The first two teutons were given wholly to theory and in tho third ho taught me how to stake a mixture out of which to model a nose to wear In studying the part of Faust The result however was not favorable for as soon all I had studied myself Into aI slight perspiration the nose usually exploded with a loud noheIWhen I told me another mixture but the noses I made out of It had the disadvantage that they swelled and often reached the slxe of a small pumpkin I therefore gave up Thcophllus lee j son as confusing and bought some putty from a dealer In cosmetics Well that was another story It was a pIeRI IIJnIHlug than to model noses from morning till night I I soon produced th desired effect and could appear before the manager j thatIsee I was playing Davidson In Mary hadbecue came I stepped out on the stage with beating heart and my nose In the air The manager was In the orchestra I circle and I knew that my appearance must impress him deeply Queen Elizabeth turned around She wore the usual costume with the tradl tional high collar which rose almost to the top of her head Such a collar has points projecting like swords on an Assyrian battle chariot I tool no notice of it then but ap proached the queen turning myhead from side to side with no thought than to show the olhlrI this manager my handsome nose all sides nut alas lost In my efforts to produce an effort with that feature I t came too near the queen and at an I unexpected movement on her part the collar caught my nasal projection heaenlItbeIn Its natural place was sitch to the ITerrlOedr Its tip At first I had the Impulse of catching the tip and putting It In place with a quick movement I made one or two attempts but too late for when I almost had it Elizabeth stepped off the stage and left me standing nose less In blank despair After a short scene between Davidson and Burleigh the curtain went down and that was well for the au dience which at first had not under stood why my nose had no tip and the queens collar had a nose was begin ning to bo boisterous The same evening I received a letter from the manager which contained only a few lines It read The notice still stands Your new nose does not please me either From the German of Karl 1aull IoN Y Sun Y Buggy Carriage Harness WEATHER nnd tine FINE invite you to delve profit look aa well as tko rest of your turnout or is it that by Bed thus detract from the out IIfof or ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old bar floss do let UB put it in good rrpcir for you It wont coot much T MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kv I r FootA Bad Is one covered with Corns Para cntnph takes nil Ihe soreness out of Corns and relieves instantly Sore Tired Aching Feet stimulates the circulation makes t ho fet healthy and well Try it to day and he convinced TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor h nlth I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit buniueaa I hove 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and grtuito Ibtub stones and MouuuieuU which 1 wills l1 at greaJy reduced prices here is jour oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIKE Prop Berea Ky account of recentr of Leg Mature College can therefore this open Berea College PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 000 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two jcnra Course with agriculture for men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Schools Printing Housework Xurfting two years I Normal Courses For Teachers Throo courses leading ato county Certificate State Certificate old State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for life r College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free1 Organ Vocal Piano Theory Ve arc here 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UcndSChOOl anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer ftFill out the ballot below and mall ta THE CITIZEN Get yourfriends to vote for you Your chance is just u good as anybody START NOW Y ICutthis out fill in with names of your favoritesAnd p KYhTake Notice On the action the Kentucky Berea receive nocolorcdstudenta the coming year offer ia only to white contestants young Trade Carpentry Reed Christian of school apart board of within of endorsed good of Corn Meal Corn of young of in to which good Y i J1Iof postoflce county as the most popular young IranJ0 7 4 fro II oJ I for Mist 1 and II II I of poatoffice i IOU u the most popular youngwoman A I THE CITIZEN u Vic1nityee 1 Ii GATHERED noM A 1IkARfEtY OF SOURCES I I I I I I I 111 I I 11111111111 t 11 I ItIII+ HI IIIIIndt111 X P Graham returned from Vir ginia Monday Gco W Pow was in Cincinnati Sunday Roy Niiuu is visiting his cousins at Point Leavell this week Miss Myrtle Titus will teach this fall at Kensee Ky Mrs M C Diusmore is visiting her mother in Ohio Judge T J Coyle returned Thursday from Leesburg Fla L T Stewart and son of Wildie were in Berea yesterday LeeS Oayof Elyria Ohio was a guest of Miss Hanson Sunday Miss Grace Lester returned from Cbautauqua N Y Sunday night Robt Witt or Knoxville Teun was in town Monday and Tuesday Revival services are being held at the Glade Christian church this weekMiss Hallio Hill is visiting her friend Miss Nannie Pennington at CorbinT Moody of died Friday and was buried in Richmond SaturdayRev J Derthick will preach his farewell sermon at the Second church Sunday- F E Hamilton returned Monday from Ohio where he has been spending his vacation Mrs C E Gibson of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs J M Boon at Kingston Misses Dora and Bessie Bales of Robbins Ky are visiting their aunt Mrs G T Spencer- P W 3olden of Whitewater Kans is visiting friends and rela tives in this vicinity There will 1x5 regular church ser vices at the Parish House Sunday morning at 11 oclock Robert Yates of near Kingston suffered a third stroke of paralysis and is not expected to live A party of twelve young people enjoyed a moonlight picnic at East Pinnacle Wednesday night Messrs Charles and Wallace Lutes of Van Alstyno Texas are visiting their sister Mrs L C Duncan Mrs Ewing Maupin of LaFol lette Tenn is the guest of Mr and Mrs R Riddle of Kingston Miss Florence Jones of Somerset is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Kelseyon Chestnut street Miss Ethel Richardson entertained Mrs Thomsons Sundayschool class at her home last Friday evening Dr Hansford Farris of Memphis Tenn is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J H Farris in Kingston 1Arthur Adams of Whites Station from the tip house at Brush Creek and was seriously in juredMiss Janie Sharpof Nicholasville and RevT M Myers of Corbin are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs J C Sharp Mrs G T Spencer accompanied by the Misses Bales left today for a visit in Powells Valley Tennessee t and Virginia- C M Canfield and wife leave toy day for Niagara Falls Before re turning they will visit hiu parents in Litchfield Ohio Miss Nora Burdette who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Josiah Burdette returned to Cleve land Ohio Tuesday Mrs Daisy Jones Welsh and two daughters of Grayville Ill are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C A Jones at Jeffersouville Ind- JosiabBurdette and family camped on Robes Mountain from Thursday to Monday They entertained a number of friends from town Friday night Mr and Mrs M D Coffield of Paducah who are visiting her moth JerMrs J M Boen of Kingston were in Berea Tuesday and looked 1over the College buildings and t f grounds r T The Blue Lick Sundayschool con- ductedi by Messrs Daily and Rix had iaspecial program last Sunday with p a good attendance One week from r t next Sunday there will be a grand rally to discuss the building of a new church house Miss Anna Hanson writes an interesting letter from Richmond Jamaica West Indies She says that water hyacinths cannon lantanas and caladiums grow wild there and that she has seen growing cocoanuts limes tamarinds bananas plantains t breadfruit pineapples bamboos oranges mangoes and pimentoes She also tells of the many nationali ties represented there and of sore ot the strange customs of the people FOR SALE Good Milch Cow C C Rhodus tf 1 I I I I I I I 11 I I H1tI1IHI College Items HERB AND THERE Will Griffin is working at Brush CreekMiss Charlotte Catchpole was in Richmond Wednesday President Frost leaves England today for Montreal Canada Lee Judd of Major Owsley coun ty will return to school this fall Arthur Flanery is spending the week with his parents in Frankfort Miss Lillian Ambrose and Ellis C Seale are visiting in Owsley county Prof J W Dinsinoro returned from the Worlds Fair Friday night Misses Lenora Jones and Gram Straight are expecting to return this fallTutor C F Rumold is spending a short vacation at his homo in Dillon Kansas Specifications for the water works system are in the hands of contractors bidsArthur Hunt has lieeu building a OaptllS J McComis was called to Mattie Ky Tuesday by the serious illness of his little daughter Tutor E F Dizney is visiting in Scott county Va On his way homo he will attend the H don Institute John Kilday of Chicago arrived Saturday to take charge of the machinery in the Industrial Building Miss Martha Washburn who has been spending the summer at Mantua Ohio will bo in school again this fall Mrs Jennie Howard of Sal elH villa MagoiKn county came Tuesday night She will lw forewoman of the Laundry Jas P Fletcher of Carthage Ill a student here in 180708 has charge of the Illinois exhibit in the Agricultural Building at tho Worlds Fair The Ballet Proof Motor The very latest thing in warfare Is the Ival bullet proof motor for tho use of army medical officers and stretcher bearers Tim British recently tested such a motor at IlUley In England It Is three wheeled and the mechanism lit sold vided o be simple The motor In pro with bullet proof shields which may be extended in wing fashion no as to protect two sets of stretcher bearers Bray Japanese Spin The bravery shown by the Japanese spies was well illustrated when the two Japanese officers Colonel TJko ko and Captain Ottl met death recent ly at Harbin These two officers were captured while attempting to blow up a railway bridge In Manchuria Being taken before a court martial they were sentenced to bo hanged as spies but General Kuropatkln ordered that th beot When placed in front of a Ala et soldleis to meet death both Racers asked that their arms should Mt be tied to tba board bshlad this FROM SCOTLAND Continued from page one the sunlight We pursued our way by paths through the fields over limes and iniilrri past a ruinet castle that was deserted six htuulru years ago anti finally Mme to n noisy burn almost hidden by tho trees growing on its banks Close to the edge of this burn sat a pretty stone mill turned bynu overshot wheel Tho miller was very friendly and wo learned that a mill has been grinding oats and barley on this spot for five hundred years From this point a walk of three miles on a fine pike brought us to Cawdor Castle which Slmkeaptaro has made famous in Macbeth Over tho entrance door is tho family Motto IIBo Mindful mad on an old stone mantel is cUntllIIIn tho morning remember God11e could not but wonder if paying heed to these mot toes hud enabled the Campbell funnily to occupy this castle continuously fur over threo hundred years and to exert an influence for good nil these years Tho thought of our dear Mrs Campbell in Borea and felt she is worthy of belonging to this noble family As we travelled through nil tho rooms from draw bridge to the high tower we heard of heroic deeds of olden Units anti of the family virtuesBy time we reached home that night wo were ready for supper ant Ikll Mrs Ross mado oatcakes and baked them over tho fire in tho fire place They were delicious rondo simply or oatHour and water The next tinywas Sunday and we walked a milo to church Wo chow the fields instead of tilt pike JKISS lug tho farmers pretty homo when ho had lived for nineteen years Wt passed n huge stone which was used n pulpit in tho days when the Scottish Covenanters WITH hunted like partridge hlalSO they would not give up their church We found the church well filled with well dressed farmers and cotters with their wives and children The min ister wore a black role as do all the ministers in Scotland Like ministers of Scotland this minister is an intelligent educated man IIill earnest sermon was listened to with reverent attention Tho jivoplo did not seem tired of their minister even though they had teen hearing hint for eighteen years Most churches keep tho sonic minister as long as ho lives After service the minister and his wife invited us to visit them at tho manse hefore wo left tho place It is a beautiful homo near the church surrounded with lowers and trees I could not help wishing we had such u manse for our rotor at Berea After dinner Mrs Ross amid I called at tho cottage of n neighbor close by There wore tho same signs of thrift and tidiness with flowers inside and out Hero I was inter ested in a young girl of fifteen who did BO well in the country school that she won a bursaryas it is called that in sho receives moiioy for school oxjxiiBe and board for threo years in nn academy away front homo So the purest boy or girl hero who is bright and will study hard may have a higher education Mrs Ross tells mo too that all children are coni I elled to attend school that just this year a father and mother wore put in prison for threw weeks for keeping their children out of school In tho evening wo went to a ser vice held at tho big house tie homo of tho laird This service In for all tho people who live on the estate A shopkeeper gave a fino gnfljol talk Time miller led in prayer and till joined heartily in the Moody hymns After service till gardener showed us over thin beautiful grounds and told us how the big stone house stood a siege of twelve weeks in covenantor days Then we walked down the long avenue and took tho pike for home Before going to led thin Bibles were taken down and we joined in funnily worship Mr Ross offered a deeply spiritual prayer full of earnest desire for his absent children and for the progress of Gods king tom Wo felt blessed in being in such u home and that a nation is rich whose children tare reared in such a home If you get down Robert Burns and read liTho Cotters Saturday Night you will find a description of tho Ross home which is no exaggeration And so this delightful vacation in fast slipping by but none too rapidly for in spite of the benefit we are deriving and tho pleasure wo have hud we continually long to see our children and thin many dear familiar faces at Berea With good wishes for all ELLEN FIJOST Good Rome aaa Rural DellTerr The Intimate relation which exists between good country roads and rural free delivery of mall cannot be too strongly emphasized Communities which would enjoy the latter must make and maintain the former In many Instances bad roads have prevented the extension of rural tree delivery to communities where It wu treaty feaired nunlatt PrlriU In Puttie- Tho lluxalnn soldier Is strict In observance of tho rites of his church even when on n campaign njlIhlllt tho enemy Irlests go with the regiments tint Into battle sometimes carrying tho cross In the firing line In tho battle of ChlnllcnchciiK a charge of Infiintry wns prettiest by n llusiilun pope bearing n cross bravery on tho part of priests Is a common thing Thom F Wation The nominee of the Peoples party for president Thomas Edwanl Wat son of Oeorgln hits had n stormy ca err Ho was born In Columbia county Gn Sept 1830 edticntcd In the public schools and at Mercer univer star Macon Oa He rend law amid In 1870 was admit tel to the bar beginning prac tice In Thomson On He went to the Georgia peg islature and n few years Inter was sent to tho house of repre sentatives n t Washington as- a Democrat Watson ran for re election to congress an n Popullat but was defeated lie was nominated for vice president by the IeopIeH party In thigh tho ticket be- Ing headed by William J Bryan For time past few years ho has devoted him self to literature Mr Slrphrn B Klblni The nomination of exSenator Henry Q nut of West Virginia as the Democratic candlilato for vice presl dent recalls n romance of politics A little more than a iunrter of a cen tury ago Mr Davis then senator in troduced to Washington society his beautiful daughter Miss Halllo Dnvls Among her admirers was the young delegate In congress from New Mexico Stephen H Klklns a widower rich popular and ambitious Ho tell ar dently In lore with Miss Davis nnd hU suit was successful lIe Is now Unit ed States senator Their magnificent home at Killing W Va U named Halllchurst In her honor Field Manhal YamauaU Field Marshal Martins Yomngata who Is now chief of the general staff which directs the Japanese army U best known to the world as one of the three Held marshals of the Japanese army during tho ChinaJapan war and as tho hero of Plngyang the decisive battle of that war He has held many civil as well as military offices Ho race vltlted the United States And received many attention A FURIOUS ATTACK Japanese Were Repulsed nt Port Arthur August In and 20 With Terrific Loss HEAVY FIGHTING NEAR LIAO YANG A Fifth of tho Japs Army Ilefor Port Arthur Is time Kstlmntod- Loss Up to Elate It It Believed the Idea of a General Assault Will Be Abandoned and Regular Siege Operations Will Be Adopted Lino Yang Aug 24 According to the latest Information from Port Ar thur a furious attack throughout Au Bust 19 amid August 20 was repulsed with terrific 10ssThis news was ro celvcil hero with tho greatest Joy Them has been serious fighting In this region but thoro has boon a small skirmish at Anshnnshnn where Japan eso troops attacked n Russian outpost and were driven oft with a loss of six kllloiYang experienced I1n11I of bright weather mind there In n of autumn In the air Tho rainy sen lIOn has apparently terminated St Petersburg Aug 24Despite tho popular feeling that Port Arthur la doomed tho tmcceim with which Lieut Ron StoesFcl has been beating oft tho Japanese assaults null tho heavy louses suffered by tho besiegers offer considerable encouragement to the war office There Is n limit beyond which troops cnn not go tin matter how gal ant said an nnny orllcer of tho general staff Tuesday morning A fifth of tho army before Iort Arthur Is nn estimate of the enemys losses up to date If tho storming operation which wo understood Is now progressing falls to give theme a foothold In tho ring of Inner defenses the Japnnnso will bo compelled by sheer exhaustion to stop amid recuperate while awaiting additional reinforcements and I personally together with some of my colleagues believe they will abandon the idea of a general assault and settle down to regular siege operations Starving out tho garrison Is less lull llnnt but It is Quito ns effective a way of reducing a fortress Tho Japanese purpose In rushing matters has doubt less been to release n section of tho southern nnny and enable It to coop ernto with tho armies In Manchuria Tho naval critic ot tho Vledomoatl boldly expresses the opinion that tho Iort Arthur squadron would commit nn act of folly If it went out now THE SHANGHAI INCIDENT Repairs on the Askold and Crozobol Ordered Stopped Washington Aug 24 Consul Gen oral Goodnow at Shanghai Tuesday cabled tho state department that tho Chinese taotal of Shanghai through tho British consul has ordered that tho repairs to the Russian cruiser As kold nnd the torpedo boat destroyer Grozovol bo stopped The order was made through tho British consul be cause of tho fact that the repairs were being made by tho British Dock Co nt of tho acuteness of tho situation at Shanghai Acting Secretary of tho Navy Darling Tuesday nftomoon cabled Kr Atlm Yates Stirling rom manderlnchlcf of tho American Asi atic fleet now at Shanghai directing him to keep the department promptly Informed of every development In tho situation No word from Adm Stir ling line yet been received London Aug 24Tho admiralty contrary to tho reports from Shanghai says tho British Chinese squadron which Is nt WclHalWcl has not re culv d orders to proceed to Shanghai CUSTOMS LAWS VIOLATED FortyOne Seizures of Goods Were Made at San Francisco San Francisco Aug 24 Extensive violations of tho customs laws hove been unoarthod hero by customs in spectors who searched tho United States naval transport Solaco which arrived last Friday from Manila Gu am and Honolulu Fortyone seizures were made amounting In value to soy eral thousand dollars including cigars silks embroideries decorated porce lain and Japanese curios The goods have boom sent to tho appraisers store Among tho persons to whom dutiable goods were addressed are a uumbor of United States naval officers Battleship Sevastopol Struck a Mine Toklo Aug 24Adm Kntnoka re ports that as tho Russian battleship Sevastopol was emerging from Port Arthur Monday she struck a mine aft er which sho was scon to be listed to starboard She was towed back Into the harbor Jsps Occupy Two Forts Clue Foo Aug 24A junk which left Llaotl promontory on the night of August 21 has just arrived here Sho reports that tho Japanese havo sue ceeded In occupying Ansscshan fort as well as another fort probably Etso shin Rumors of a Government Defeat Buenos Ayres Aug 24Thero are persistent rumors that a land engage mont has been fought between tho Paraguayan revolutionists and govern mont troops resulting in mho defeat ot tho latter and tho capture of iOO meL a4y A Swoot Breath is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When tho breath in had tho stomach ia out of order There is no remedy in tho world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Curo for curing in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Mm Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writOllIII have been a djspoplio for years triod all kinds of remedies but contiuuod to grow worse By tho use of Kotlol 1 began to improve at once and niter taking a few iKittlea ant fully restored in weight health and strength and can oat whatever I like Kodol dh gexlN what you ont anti niaknn the Rtomneh nwettt Sold by Host Knit Drug Co Farm For Sale aholltJSmall fnrin on Scaffold Cnno K mils from Born ColtagH House Storo Houno Barn cud other out ibuildlnin Good grass lots Poultry 1 Yant Toting Orclmanl or about 60 Hearing tree Good Gnnltui never mulling wntur also goof spring with Hydraulic Ham Buppljin louse snit stock water at Urn Will noli ehi np for cash C M SEE Bern Kj OoWltt Is tho NQmo WhiMi you gO In buy Witch nllt1 Salvo look for the imino Dr W I IT uu every Ixix Tho puiu uundiiitufatcd Witch llni in itK4sl In makiiC Dn WiltH Witch HH7MI Snlvo which is tholxHt salvo in tho world fur cuts burns hruiMiH lxeis eezeiiu sod pilm Tho topiiarity ol InVittn Witch Ilazul Salvo duo to UN mnujr elites line ante el niiinoroim worthlrM counterfeits to la plncwl on tbeImarket Tim genuine bars the name E C De Wilt i Co Chicago Sold by IIIL End DniK Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My hop thn neat comlMIt and up to tlrtto itt this prrt of lie State for fining all ktaulll of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING do work for mot prominent Illopln of Ileren end EtcrWork want to mo by mail or will prompt attention charge paid one way S G FRANKLIN Ml Vernon Ky IUrrnrNcr blank of Ml Vernon PUBLIC SALE HnviiiK boon appointed receiver of the stock of gotxlN of A1 Thomp son I will proceed to offer then nt public auction in lumen Ky on Saturday Septemlmr Unl lKl nt U oclock A M Time sleek is in ox collont condition and coiiHinU of Dry Goals Notions Shoes lirocsritv Jewelry MUll anil Boys Clothing mud will bo sold on a credit of sixty tlajs for any amount oxc HilitiKr 00 cad any amount under ffi 00 will bo cnfh in hand A note with approved security will bo required for any time ntirchnfio W J TATUM Uccolvor REMOVED I havo moved from Rig 11111 to homes Ky Wrilt to mo at boron or cal for mo nt tho Oolilun louse 18 DR J W WILLIAMS WANTED NICE COUNTRY HAMSHarbar t Iluguoly Hichmond Ky GOOD cobOII FOR SALEIReran Ky CLEAN OLD N large bundle for C cents Inquire at Tin CITIZEN Office J IB BUILDING LOTS in Borca belonging to the John G Fee ttoISpecial Inducement to purchsfwr of a Mitiro tract J P Bicknoll Berea IyIigood orchard good water Price and tonne Call on or write J P Bicknoll Bores Ky A Perfoot Painless PiliIill the ono that will cleanse tho ayItern set tho liver to action remove tie bile clear the complexion curetheadache and loavfl a good time mouth The famous little pills fQr doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DoWittfl Little Early Ria era Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while Da Witts Lit tie Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by East End Drug Co NOVVANQUISHEU llustau Cruiser Kmlly UflnRlgetl by the Japs Details of the Asuult on Port Arthur Indicate That a Tremendous Con filet Is Raging With Victory Hnnglng In the Balance CtO Fno Aug taA battle of lingo T roM rtIoiitf raged round Port Arthur AuguRl 14 and 15 and wnii resumed Augurt 1C Tlis Japanese It In report pit facrlflued 20000 inure men but maintained liniiortont advantages ot position THo above newn wax brought hero on Junks one of which loving on hoard throe Russians couconlod In ho JMKIKO of Chinese to uscnpo from thu Japanese left Iort Arthur Wednesday night and was blown rOI1 Idly to Chu Foo by n gale Thu main force of the ntlnck was directed iiKHlnst tho left wing and resulted In 1 the capture of Pigeon buy posltlona and Honiu of the forte at llao Tleshnn At Ialun Chang thu Japanese hastily luniinled Rims which did excellent Kurvlco In uldlng tilt storming of tho right wing where the Japanese aro lAid to have captured two furls of minor Value mounting eight 4 Inch Klins two ilego guns and six quick firing gtlllH St IelurHburK Auj 2OAculo anx iety prevail regarding the nltuatlou nt Tort Arthur on account of the dUll palate character of the fighting an re ported lulling place though the war uitiee dons out RCCIU to bullovo that iliuiKur of thin fall of tile fortress In ao Imminent its Is generally aMertcd Ac tanllng to reports rculved by the wilt omen ther Is still an ample supply of kminuulUon and provisions there Wlilto It realized that the Japanese J pnitebly out number the defenders six or Men fold the great strength of tile rtrVouUoii8 It U lioUoved will 1 do mncli to tnaho up for the disparity 4 In numbers Upon otw point there Is nbeoluto in wJrnUy here namtly that If tho fitvw fullM the flat will not fall the hunch of the Jnpanaeo On Hi point the admiralty instructions ttriifo most Imperative character Y Adui Prince Ouhtomsky lute been 01 ere l should the worst come to iiMjr faith for a drath slniKRlo and thrre IN no question hero tlmt those iMtttrnctloiiM will be carried out both In letter and In spirit but If fur any rtMMMi n Html sortl prove to bo Im poaalblo the admiral In to destroy hli IIhl1II and to make certain that their wreduMp1 U absolutely Irreparable liloA IIK 22After a severe on K jreinnnt with the protected cruisers f IllUMe unil Tftuhlnm the grwyboundd of the JHIWNORO iwtfy the fleet HUll filuutirtiUmr Novlk bun liMn van Uteh lid The flriht occur rvd Sunday After It the Novlk In a sinking condition was run n chore In Kontaknvsk harbor lnlun1 of Sakhallon fb dutilla of Sundays tight are n own here but U evident that 7 flee Cht tm and Toiihlma caught up r ifiwlin the Novlk Satunlay and that n f firming light cnsu o4 Tho contest ft was rewunwd and lenuinntci early Sunday mornlnR CnpU Suliolchlro TaViashl who Is In command of tho Chltoat loported tho engagement In n brief felPKmm which readied tho navy department hero S wday afternoon Ho says its first attacked the Russian r cruiser Buturday afternoon and that on Sumlny morning ho Inflicted heavy nearlysr kovsltKorsftkovsk Is port on tho south urn onant of Sakhallott off the coast of Siberia add about 050 tulles northeast r of Vladivostok A Bbtll from the Novlk struck tho Tfluhlrrm In n bunker Temporary re pnlrH huwever rendered the Japincto oruloer fenworthy Clio IVxi AtiX 22 Tho Japnncso have swept tho Huaalans from IlReon bay and captured the most northern fort of the western line of Inner d felines ut Port Arthur The Ilusnlan artillery prevent the Japanese from occupying the fort on Pigeon bay Che Ito AUK 22Tho flat detail ed nqwH of the general assault on Port Arthur Indicates a tremendous con fllct In raging and Got victory Is hang Ini In tin balance ChlniHo who left Port Arthur Sun j day and arrived hero Monday state that the Japanese by making despot ate cliarKeri which were reinforced by ean artillery lire from hushl Yen and a buy swept from tho north into Pigeon bay territory and drove thoJ llusslatiK hack from tho main forts The ground being comparatively nat In this vicinity tho Japanese wore un Iable to hold It In the face of tho Rue artillery fire and they retired north an eighth of a mile beyond the scene of tire 4WIII Yield to Russian Demands Aug 22Tho Clio Foo car respondent of tho Times asserts that r china IHIH yielded to tho Russian do mends tint will grant compensation for tho nyeahltolnl affair as well as degrade Die local tautal and the Chit nwo admiral Trading Stamp Barred Denver Col Aug 2Tho city conncll IIIM passed an ordinance ranking tho use of trading stamps punish able by mica of 100 to 300 for each offonoo or a Jnll sentence of from 30 to 90 dayH Tho constitutionality of the act will bo contested In tho courts Valuiblu Ruined Rains St LoulH Aug 22 MBKnlflpont Parisian gowns valued at 500000 nro In n ruined condition In the pal aco of manufactures tho result of tho heavy ruin Htorm Tho gowns vero exhibited by French dressmakers Interesting Kentucky Items == = =HE TOOK IT BACK Cashier Gave Cousin 49000 More Than the Check Called For IxiuUvllle Ky Aug 22lfarr1 Casslu 10 a runner tor the Flrttt nn taunt bank was handed 45000 too much when he had u check for 31900 cashed at the Southern national bank Young Chcsln who Is the won of United States Commissioner Henry CaKHjn whit sent by his bank to Ret tho malt Tho money was handed out In packages of bills There wcro ten packages which WofI supposed to con tain inch Ho noticed that they seemed different from 500 packages and after ho had received the bag which was supposed lo contain just 151000 ho undo nn Investigation He found that tho supposed 500 packages contained 5000 each anti that ho had 70000 Instead of 11000 Young Cassln notified tho Southern national tmhk of the mistake and brought hack tho 15000 to thin bank COAL MINERS STRIKE f The Situation at Sturgli Ky Re mains Unchanged Madlsonvllle Ky trig 22Tho sit uation In the coal miners strike at StiirRls Is unchanged with tho excel lion that many consultations have been hold between the Itrliihlj mrtor and those at work Sunday and It Is un dcrfltooil that tho loiter will continue nt work until It Is made neceieary for them to come out Operators of th United States Co have made no Ntntctncnt as to the steps they will tabs and their mite will remain Idle- COVINOTON GIRL ROBBED Was Attacked By Two White Men NeorouILexington Ky Aug 22Miss Ham titan of CovliiRton while walking up the railroad track to visit her mother Sunday was attacked by two whlto mon nod two Negroes who took hoe pocketbook containing a railroad tick et and n email amount of money tier screams attracted tho attention of Morton Kills and T Mageo who went to her rescue tiring on her as RilliiniH and hlttln ono of them In tho arm All four escaped Keene Will Return Lexington Ky Aug 2J O Retie the wehl known trainer and turfman who gave up a successful ca veer In RuMla to campaign a string of horses this year In America tins mat with such bad luck that ho has tlilM1 to sell off bin entire racing stable of 1C lined of hones at Chicago and return to Russia at the earliest convenience Gardner Is Ahead Prestonburg Ky Aug 2Complolo returns front nil but four pre ducts In Floyd county Rive Gardner for circuit judge 333 majority This other precincts aro favorable to Gard ner Two precincts from Knotl county give Gardner 147 majority and two from MagoIIln give Garner 31 majority Will Resume Work Paris Ky Aug 22 Peace terms between the Hourhon county fiscal court and Gibson Crawford court house contractors wero entered Into Into Saturday evening Mr Crawford Is to resume nt once and complete tho work by next March Over Her Mothers Wedding Oreo tip Ky Aug 2tlS8 Jyde Bennett n schoolteacher committed suicide nt her homo near Malonton by shooting herself through tho head It Is thought she brooded over her mothers recent marrlago to n man past TOhycars of ago- Killed Three Men Out Ky Aug 2Threo men word killed on Heaver Creek In Floyd cijun ty John Hall had a quarrel with Charles and James Trlplett brothers and shot both of them The sheriff In attempting to arrest Hall was shot and killed Will Defend C W Bruce Covington Ky Aug 22 Judge Jas P Tarvin has been engaged to defend Charles W llruco the alleged mitt derer of Charles W Powell Judge Tarvln loft Sunday morning for Green castle Ky to consult with Hrucea father Hunter Accidentally Killed Winchester Ky Aug 22 William Graves a prominent young former of Fleming county who was visiting here whllo out hunting attempted to take his gun from tho buggy when It WU discharged killing him Instantly ShooteSonlnLaw- Winchester Ky Ang 3Al a col ored church tiara Jerry Noland shot and Instantly killed his son In law Green Gentry Domestic trouble was tho cause Noland escaped but sur rendered Both were colored Arndt Goes to Cincinnati Louisville ICy Aug 22Harry Arndt who tins been secured front the Loulavlllo club by Cincinnati Is one of the star players of Tcbcaus team Clymer was traded to Columbus for him Henry Wsttersons Son Weds Louisville ICy Aug 23 Harvey Wattorson son of Henry Watterson editor of the Courlor Journal warn married to Miss Alice Durrowos at Ra nnatNew York CRIPPLE CREEK MOB t Three Attorneys and Twelve Other Men Deport oil f The International Mercantile Gos Sure Wu Looted and Completely Wrecked by the MobiJo Troops Called For Cripple Creek Col Auge22Nu bo cret Is nindv hero otho f What lho- dlllOrtatlon ut AtlorneysEug no Eng hey j ank 3 Hangs rind JC role nnd 12 other men tram this district Satur day night was planned by members of the Mini Owners assocfntign and Gill zcns Alllanco and was carried out tin der their direction Thtf Paso Vindicator Flridley andothgrlargo mine- were closed down when the day shift stopped work and lie minor of both day and nlnht shifts were requests to unromble In CrlpplcCrcoU as troll hue was brewing A report had ben la circulation that several hundred ticI purled union moo were returning to the camp ina body and It had been determined to drive them away again nliould they come This report proved to be groundless Howovor other work had been laid out for the two thousand or more mln ers why swarmed Into town and acting uiidor orders given by leading citizens they proceeded to round up the fed oration attorneys employed of tho In tenuountain Mercantile Co store and others who Ijavo openly oxVesiod sympathy with the Vusteru Federa tion of tutors and escorted them be yoml the city llmltu During the cit tre proceedings the sheriff of lobe county and tho mayor and city mar thai of Cripple treek wore out of town Under Sheriff Parsons jtnd Deputy Thongs Undonvooj tempted to control tho mqb bit werq easll overpowered Many of the deputle- who have been regularly employed In the district since the riots oiiily In June It U alltiRid w VeJa tlye ai Ibaders of the mob City Marshal Charles N urrlvtd from Victor while the looting of the Inlcrmountnln Mercantile CO14 store was la progress and epsoyed In vain to stop the destruction of prop erty The toro Incompletely wreck ed anti tho entire utock valued at soy oral thousand dollars destroyed or stolen Sheriff Edward Roll arrived from Denver after the mob land finished UK work and took measures for the pro tection of the iirlionors In Jail H said Sunday that he hind no Intention of asking the governor to send troops to the district He had advised Pro l dent Moyer and Secretary Heywood of the Western Federation of Minors ho mild not to curry out their an torment purpose of sending the lie portad miners baclj ItbJ this camp a liE would bo Ktwcrloss to protect them r FIRED BY Lla TNJNaI Five Chicago Firemen Overcome By Gas and Smoke Chicago Aug 2Firo tho result of lightning enticed a loisof to the plant of tho Nubian Paint Varnish Co Fiftyfirst avenue an Moffait street Sunday night Kxplo alone of tanks of oil and varnish en dangered the lives of firemen rive of them and a volunteer being overcome by lhegas and smoke iTho storage room and offices of the company were destroyed and the re minder of tho plant had a narrow escape JChicagoChicago Aug 23A sovprp wind nnd electrical storm passed over tho city SirndaV evening doing much dam age In the suburbs Several small Arcs wore started by the lightning and the downpour of ruin wna so heavy that many basements were flooded and much damage done to property Northwest of tho city hun dreds of acres of corn wuriii beaten down by the wind and and much of it will be lost IThe Worlds Fair Admissions SU Louis Aug 22Thoniindnlco at tho Worlds fair for the past week almost equals that of the week pre- vIous The total number of admis alone fur the past week wat64I283 and the total for week previous was CGCfiOT JrNoAnthracite Coal 8teu tIewlsUnited Mine Workers of America r ceived a telegram from the tlon board at Now York oncIllRl will be no strike in the anthi region o Will Stop Buying Best New York Aug 22 Flveyhundrcd members of ono of the s of the Retail Kosher Butchers union mot hero and voted unanimously to stop buying beef for a week Other branches have called similar meetings to consider tho matter iOpShop 22ThiDulltllngTrndesEmplocrs elded not to declare the 1opnshop oh Monday Instead tlicy lIIpro coed to the adoption of the plan of dealing with individually or with Individual members He Scared His Wife Council Bluffs Ia Aug 23Thlnlc ing to scare his wife John Coyau placed a1 revolver to hlaforchead nnd snapped the trigger The weapon contrary to his belief waeloaded and be sent a huliekrlnto his I brain CHICKENS CURE INSANITY Patient at Iowa Institution Placed In Care of PoultryHouse Be gains His Mind Orson the charge of the chicken 1aIa named William Miller has now become completely cured and discharged with out a parole The patient was sent to Clarinda about six years ago HA wits violent and manifested homicidal and suicidal tendencies having the hallucination that some person was continually shadowing him to 1111 him nnd In- consequence was regarded as one of the worst cases at Clarinda and as an Incurable During one of his lucid Intervals Miller was taken by an attendant to stepsbogged leave to have charge of the work ot looking after the Incubators and was told that ho could not bo trusted and that It was feared that he might make his escape The ma niac promised to work hard and not run away If permitted to remain with the chickens This happened three years ago and Miller became so attentive to the poul try and watched after his work so carefully that for nearly two years he has been tho boss chicken raiser of the hospital and now has been die charged as cured Until ho got Inter sated In the chicken business Miller was tho craziest man In the Institu flan TO HUNT FOR DIAMONDS Chicago Man Claims Precious Stones- r IMny Be Found in the Dakota Bad Lands Edward Hobart Dahlhelmer claim Ing to come from Chicago Is In Pierre whichsmate or fur some Individual who will put enough cash Into the matter to allow hint to prove his statements- r Ills claim Is that In 1893 when he was In the bad lands of South Dakota ho met two cowboys who were dearly starved and assisted them In return iKcy Cans him several diamonds and Indicated where others were to be found They finally main their way out of the maze of the district arid later the diamonds were stolen from him He tunic no effort to go further Into the matter at the time except to thoroughly study the geology of thee diamond section of South Africa and of the bad lands In South Dakota He declares they are practically Identical He has asked the governor to take tip the matter on behalf of the state the public to get the benefit Dahlhrlmer says If the state will not tfike the matter up he Is willing toy make his proposition to any munici pality company or Individual who will advance the cash for him to prove his statements IMoney Counts Today Only Money counts today but the money of today Is worthless tomorrow com ments the Hayfleld Mower Tho multimillionaire of Monday ilea on Tuesday Is burled on Wednesday and Is forgot whodwno nor Is reckoned by his dollars never dies eSomething Worse Down at Macon Mo the courts have bun asked to decide whether ragtime plane playing Is a misdemeanor Of course the declslor will be In the nega tlve remarks the Chicago Chronicle lUstlme Is a felony MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 20 CATTLE Comaon j2 75 0 3 85 Heavy steers 4 85 6 25 CALVES Extra GOO 6 25 HOGS Ch packers 5 C5 Mixed packers 5 45 5 55 SHEEP Extra 3 45 3 50 LAM ns Extra 4 50 00 IOtHSlltln pat 6 00 6 25 WIIEATNo 2 red 8 1 10 No winter 0 1 0- 0COHNNo2 mixed 67 34oJIYE No 2 71 G 73 HAY Ch timothy GI12 7- G1OltiMess 13 25 LAUD Steam 7 00 f 7 12 VI WJTTEK Ch dairy jfJ 10 20tAPilESCholcvyUT11OES Per bbl 1 90 2 00 TOBACCO Now 5 25 12 25 Olds 4 75 14 Chicago 20clV1ILAsNo 2 red 1 10 1 12JJ No 3 spring L 00 05 COHN No 2 mixed 54 i OATSNu 2 mixed 32 ttj 32y UYE No 2 7- 6IOIt1CDesa1180 011 85 LAUD Steam 6 85 6 8nj New York FIOITH Win strtsI 90 5 25 WHEAT No 2 red 1 lGv 59rOA7 J 2 j POUK Family 350 013 75 LAHD Steam 7 30 Daltlmore YVIIEAT1 o 2 refit 1 07JJ CORN Ntf 2 mixed GS OATSNo 2 mixed 41l CATTLE Steers 5 25 5 50 lIpSWc tern 25 35 Louisville WffJMTNo 2 red 0 98- CORNAo 2 mixed 0 57 OATS No 2 mUeiU 43 LAUD Steam 0 7 75 POUK Me83 13 50 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 rente 1 02 CORN No 2 mixed 0 BHf- cOArsrNo 2 mixed Q 32 4 LITTLE SUNSHINE te call her Llltn Sunihne Though Martha Ulier name Shell such a harp sunny tot And every day the same She wakens In the morning So joyous and Ac bright She tines and laughs and prattles From morning until nliiht She cooks and sweeps and washes Though only three yearscM Tier dolllis are her ttn tirt Htr ctuts cannot bs tutu She male the dull dnye brighter Than any ever were She seems to love juit every one And everyone loves her L W A In Union BlsnaU SOME FACTS ABOUT BIRDS Auks and Penguins Cannot Fly So They Live on the Coast and t Build Nests in Caves Of all the odd birds that you see when you spend a month In the mid- dIe of tho summer at the sea shore not one Is so peculiar as those that live on the islands far out at seaI At the shore you will tee birds that can dive and swim like fishes but can not walls on land though the fly very well through the air these arc divers loons and grebes says the Los Angeles Times You will tee birds that run well on land fly through tho air easily but cannot swim they are the shore birds curlew snipe and plover you will coo birds that ctn do all thcEe things but prefer to remain out on the outlet water Just beyond the surf all day these are the ducks and strange tea ducks called mergansers and around the wharves you will set dignified birds that do all of these things with ease and that are A FULL GIIOWN PENGUIN not In the least afraid of you and your camera and you know that they are gulls But among all the many you will not see one that cannot fly and by that you may know that they are all along way InyIsea Irds nest later than the land birds they will take wing and sail away to their island homes not to return until they can bring with them a family of young birds Some of the birds will be left behind they are the young ones of last year not yet old enough to make homes of their own For this reason they are always a few birds around the piers of every beach town during thin summer months They gather up the scraps and muse at a time when all the rest of the scavengers are gone and so perform as rear a service as If tIaIre malned on the mainland shoto for that very reason Since they can neither fly nor wall with any degree of comfort the auks and penguins must have their nests near to the waters edge For the most part they nest In holes In the shelving shores of the Islands or In natural caves among the rocks just above highwater mark From these nests they can slip if danger cornea into the friendly ocean without any trouble though for the most part they are quite willing to stay and face what ever turns up Year titer year they nest In these same localities and the young birds grow up lo find nesting places as near tho parent birds as possible so that the result is that there sro thou sands of birds breeding on one small corner of an Island where In other parts there Is room for twice as many yet they will not forsake the old places until overcrowding actually compels them to In their nests they lay usually one egg though often two or more females quarrel over the same nest hole and then there Is as likely to be three or four eggs as one in the nest Some times when quarreling two birds will get their beaks Interlocked and both will tall Into the sea there to drown unable to free themselves each from the weight of the other FiveMinute Peanut Candy Shell the peanuts and chop them fine Measure them fn a cup endtake the same quantity ot granulated sugar as you have peanuts Put la a pan on the fire and shake nail the sugar Is dissolved then put In the peanuts and pour Into buttered tins You will find that this Is delicious candy and Ie so easily made How a Waterspout Travels A waterspout is constantly spinning Tho moment It scares It collapses At the dlatnce ot about a quarter of a mllo above the sea level Its spinning speed has been intimated at sh miles t mlnuK t SOME QUEER FRIENDSHIPS California Olyes Instances Where ipttt andjTJoga Hove Played and Bun Together- In the town of Orovllle Calnow a notable golddredging centerwhere Ii live I very recently saw a fawn still In Its spots unconcernedly rambling about the main street dogs that wer In nowise accustomed to it went up smelted It as Is their canine custom aud passed on The fawn was perfectly unconcerned Two years ago there Was another deer over half grown In the soma town which had as Its companion and safeguard ii large Newfoundland dog Thes animals were often seen playing together and went downtown together all their own desire On these trips the Newfoundland seemed by Instinct to know that the deer was at the mercy of other dogs and saw to It that nd dog molested the deer The family owning these two attractive animals has moved from Orovllle taking Its In cresting friends Another nearly grown doe I saw last year adjoining the same town stand Ing In a little creek with some cattle I was told that it came and went to pasturage and to milking of course the deer was not milked dolly with the- cows In 1897 I was at Eden Valleyi ranch for a month A wild rough coun try In Mendocino county Cal environs this gem Dig and small game is abundant there The wild cattle in the roughs are the most interesting tea three there The cattle dogs wild dogs bear dogs and deer dogs are taught to attack and pursue tirelessly The most exciting chase and fight I ever witnessed was between these dogs and a great wild bear that succeeded in ripping two of the six of the largest and besttrained dogs The bear was finally secured alive anal dragged into the corral at the tall of it rlatta snubbed to tho horn of tho saddle of the chief vaquero For a month I saw a male and female fawn move with perfect unconcern among these dogs and all lap milk from the same trough tho fawn does not lap but drinks like a pig and drinks much like a starved pig It Is laughable to Ice them pushing each other while gulp- Ing milt These dogs that ran oft the mother doe were first to discover her young but did not seize them as they would have done the doe When strange dogs passing this ranch house on the road espied the fawns in tho orchard or meadow they naturally went for the fawns I expressed apprehension but I was told by the wife of the proprietor that the home dogs kept a sharp outlook for strange dogs and always protected the fawns I saw evidences there of thisI know a gentleman In Virginia whose shepherd dog chased a tome deer all about the grounds at top speed to the in finite delight of both animals wouldIcome up Times MAKING TRICOLORED STAR A Pastime for Boys and Girls Which Is Entertaining as Well as Instructive Take a sheet of cardboarda calendar for instance and bend it In tha median line In one of the wing thus obtained cut a four pointed star la which two points are vertical and two horizontal Now bend back this wing upon the other and take a tracing of It with a pencil Strike the center of the star by tholntersectiohofthedlagonals This will be the center of a new star of the same size but whose diagonal makes an angle of 45 degrees with the first one Having traced this new star cut It out carefully and place your cardboard as the illustration directs now TO MAKE THE STAR on a table bearing a couple of lighted candles bf the same height opposite a screen of white paper axed to the wall Regulate the angle formed by the two wings in such a way that the luminous Images which the stars cast may fall on the center of the screea directly ono over the other You will now have a bright star of eight corners Now If you cover one of the coloreelIcolorcd star whose rays or points are alternately red and green while a white octagonal star will appear In the centerThe colored glass may bo replaced as In the illustration by a drinking glass containing any colored liquid Indianapolis Journal Highest Known Monument Tho Washington monumentln Wash ington D C is tho highest in the world It towers 555 toot In the air And la composed of 18000 blocVa of marble each two feet thick t qTHECITIZEN + I+H 11t 111111 1111111 I Hl H11 +NIt MITRHI1 Eastern Kentucky News No conupoll4eace pb1U1Ie4 vrJeu signed is tall by the rafter The name is not tor PlblkatiOll tat as III evidence of good t1tb Write plai- nly4IIIIMIdIh r I 11 11 It 1 I I I I II H +IItIittiiII MADISON COUNTY WALUCETON The teachers of the Glade Magisterial District will hold an association at the Christian Chapel near Wnl laceton on Sat September 3 from 930 to 8 A very interesting program has been arranged An ice cream festival will be held at the same place immediately following the association Proceeds for the benefit of tho Library AU are cordially in vitcd to bring their friends EMMA J HAAOEN HICKORY PLAIN Aug OOur Sundayschool be gan Sunday with Mr Clark as sup erintendent Mr DeBaun ns assist ant and Mr Fraingor as assistant teacher Pearl Adams spent Friday night with Mrs Ida Thorpe Miss Flora Green of Big Hill is visiting her sister Mrs Tom McKeehan Mr and Mrs Irvine Baker visited Win Howell and family Sunday Clabo Adams has returned from a MaryBakerRichmond Ky last wcokMrs Pleas Evans returned recently from a visit to her brother James Bales at Estill SpringsLuther Man pin spent Saturday night with Harbor John and Farley Smith at Whites StationROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Aug 21W M Stephens and wife visited on Clear Creek Sunday Miss E E Lake of Berea is visiting her sister Mrs Nannie Ham mondW1J Anderson of Manse visited J W Todd SundayMrs Bettie Baufman of Richmond is visiting hereC II Todd of Crab Orchard is visiting Rockford friends J W Todd sold a horse to James Grant last week for roOMarshall Swinford of Disputanta visited J E Mammon SundayStella Todd of Crab Orchard visited Reecie Todd Saturday and Sunday BOONE Aug 22Rev and Mrs J W Lambert visited friends at Hickory Grove Saturday and Sunday Mrs Julie Kidwellof Combs visited here last weekAlex Wren anti wife of Lincoln County visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday James Morgain of Hickory Grove was here FridayMrs Annie Hopper of Illinois is visiting horsG L Wren bought a fine twoyear old filly front M M Sims for 2i7riJ- C Wren is digging a weltMrs Louis Taylor who has been very sick is better School in District No 20 is progressing nicely under Mrs Laura Jones as teacher JACKSON COUNTY KERRY KNOB Aug triThe following is the program of the Teachers Association to be held at tho Cave Spring school September 3 Song by the Associa tion Devotional Exercises Rev C A VonWinkle Welcome Address II C Baldwin Response H C Combs My First School George Sparks Recitation Ida Hayes Methods in Oral Work Martha Jones Song Kerby Knob Quar tette How Teach Patriotism in the Schools II N Dean Use of Pictures in the schoolroom Anna Powell Medley Fannie Hatfield Noon Intermission Basket Dinner Afternoon Session Song by time Association Relation between Parents and Teacher Margaret Moyers Personal Appearance of the Teacher Ollie Hatfield Recitation Chas Click RussoJapanese War H C Baldwin What Kentucky Has yet to Do Miss Kerkhof Duet Misses Kustein and Click How Improve tho StudyIPattio Moyers Nature Study Mrs Ellen Strunk Public Schools in tho South II C Combs Song by the Association Adjourn JSAND GAP Aug 22Joo Stephens and wife SnndayMiRSl Lainliiirt James Day and family visited John Day Saturday and Sun Miss Jaiio Seabram visited John Day Sunday Mrs Shelton j Brockman visited Mrs Vainio Brock man Sunday Charley Hurst and family took dinner with Frank lid lard Sunday James Hurst is still very sickMrs Jane Hellard visited L T Morris Sunday Bob Day and wife visited John Brockman Sunday Sam Stanford visited Jane Hellard Sunday Will Durham visited Mat I hia Senbren Sunday HordMalicoat sold out and will remove to Ibas1 Illinois Miss Beckoy Morris Maud Williams and Nannie Hellard visited Miss Lisa Senbren Sunday ALCORN Aug 22Tire school book hill providing for State adoption of text countySeptotherbooks will receive no pay for every daysuch hookaro taught This is the penalty for using looks other than tho adopted ones but teachers will have to exercise judg ment Teachers should have their pupils purchase the new hooks as soon as possible as they are very cheap and tho old looks can to ex changed at half price Wo give the names below of the persons who keep tho new books for sale in this county A II Williams Alcorn Albert Powell Kerby Knob Jus Hays Jr McKee Andrew Isaacs Isaacs Robt Strong Auntie David Smith Egypt Sand Spring school is progressing nicely under the in struction of William Begley Wo would Ixj glad to hare a few mow Will Begloys OWSLEY COUNTY CON KLINO Aug 15 Walker Tirey visited near the mouth of Dot Creek Sun dayMiss Flora Pentlergrass gave a social Saturday evening Miss Lena Roberts entertained Arthur Garrett SaturdayeveningThe Teachers Association at Pleasant Grove August 13 was well attended Mr Hacker and Mr Ambrose two Berea students are having good success with their Sundayschool the Highland schoolon Buffalo where the is teaching David Deaton was on Buffalo last week A cordial invitation is extended to all to come to tho teachers associa tions at Walnut Grove on Island Creek the third Saturday in Septum her mid nt tho Highlands on Buffalo Creek on the third Saturday in October DOORWAY Aug lUG W Garrett visited schools hero last week He also bought a drove ofcattleBrico Dean lute been trading in cattle this week CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE Aug 12Lack Howard of Goose Rockwas hero this week Frank Wagers is clerking in his brothers store at Manchester M H Frederick while playing baseball with his school boys fell and receivedseine injuries Win Smallwood has been on the sick listU G Webb visited home folks nt Burping Springs last week Silas Wagers has purchased a shot gunAllen France is very illwith tonsilitis Andrew Manning left Friday evening for Bell Co Win Smith left this morning for Knoxville GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Aug 22J S Fields has moved to Hammack A protracted meeting is being held at Hammack by Revs Murrell and Beaid Thomas Allen and Miss Girlie Roup eloped to Jel lico tho 18th and were married Wo congratulate them and wish them a happy life Squire W P Wells is still in a critical condition LAUREL COUNTY LONDON Aug 20Great preparations are being made for the fair Wednesday Thursday and Friday of next week It will no doubt 1x3 the Iwst fair in Eastern Kentucky and better than any previous yearMrs Geo C Moore has returned from a two weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J R Azbill of Kingston Mad ison CountyOur electric light system will lx completed in three or four days Wo will have ono of tho nest systems in the country Bishop Joseph S Key Southern M E Church writes We Rave Dr Moffetts TEETHINA Teething Powders to our little grandchild with the happiest results The Heels were almost and certainly morn satisfactorT than from we TEETHINA Teething Powders Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of tho Summers Heat CONTINUEThose and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion treatmentanda Oblectlonwhichducts during tho hontodecnson umplSCOTT 409415 Ieail Siitel New York yc Ind1 ill druggi amww w NEWS IN KENTUCKY COL SAM M BURDETT An Able Political Writer It Dead at Junction City Ky Lexington Ky Aug ICol Sam M Durdett one of the ablest political writers of the day and at one time political editor of the Chicago Chron icle Is dead at Junction City Ky Ha was visiting relatives and died sud denly though he had been In falling health a number of years Col Ilurdett was 48 years old anal was born In Dradfordsvllle Ky Ho was a son of Dr James Durdett a Christian minister He was an ably lawyer and was a member of the bar at this place being associated with the late Col Sam Walton of Washington Col Burdott went from hero to Mt Vernon Ky where ho practiced law He afterwards entered tho Journalistic Held being at ono time connected with the Courier Journal TO PROTECT PRISONER Gov Deckham Orders Troops to Mays villa Ky Frankfort Ky Aug 2tGov neck ham through Adjt Gen Italy Tues day directed Col Roger Williams of tho Second regiment state guard to proceed to Mnysvlllo and with mem bers of the guard accompany T D Maybrler to Mt Olivet Robertson county for trial Maybrlor on Tuesday last shot and Wiled Oco Thompson tho Jailer of Robertson county and mob violence is feared lie was Indicted within six hours of the killing THE COOMES MURDER- His Alleged Slayer Removed From Henderson to Owensboro Owensboro Ky Aug 21 Roy Green the Negro who IB charged with tho murder of James Coomes at tho Owonsboro fair grounds In July haying driven a stake through his throat was removed from Henderson Ky to Owonsboro Tuesday Tho Jail Is heav ily guarded to prevent mob violence The sheriff says he Is prepared to cope with a mob Green will bo tried at once When arraigned ho will plead not guilty although bo has already made two confessions Sensation Created London Ky Aug UA sensation was caused in political circles oj the Eleventh congressional district when it became known that petitions had been sent all over the district to bo signed by republican voters that tho state central committee remove W IL Ramsey as presidential elector for the district Will Not Assist Knights of Pythias Louisville Ky Aug 24Tho city will not help the Knights of Pythias Biennial association out of the hole into which It has fallen as a result of the national encampment of that or der Tho finance committee has do cided not to recommend tho passage of a proposed ordinance appropriating 5000 Kentucky Soldier Maneuvers Frankfort Ky Aug 2IGov Beck ham Tuesday Issued tho official order to Adjt Gen Haley fixing the date on which the Kentucky state guard regi ments are to go Into tho annual In struction camp Inside the Worlds fair grounds In St Louis la September Drowned While Fishing Bowling Green Ky Aug 24Rob eat Hardcastlc was drowned at Ew tags Ford near this city while fish lag He Is supposed to have lost his life while running his trot line His clothes were found on the bank but tho body has not been recovered New Railway Company Frankfort Ky Aug 24TI10 Kentucky Midland Railroad Co Of Hop kins county with 1000000 capital stock flied Incorporation articles with the secretary of state Tuesday It will run from Madlsonville to Central City a distance of 26 mllea Smallpox In Leltchfleld Leltchfleld Ky Aug 24County Health Omcor Dr 0 W Armes reports four cases of smallpox In the suburbs of Leltchfleld Suslo Smothers a wid ow her two children and John Smoth ers tho ton yearold son ot Ezra Smothers have the disease Farmer Lee C Foreman Dead Taylorsvillo Ky Aug UC Lee Foreman died at his country home near here of typhoid fever after an illness of three weeks Ills death cams as a distinct shock as ho was one of the best known and most popular men In the county Died From Operation Lexington Ky Aug 24 Ambrose Morrow Portwood 16yearold son of Mrs C D Portwood died at St Jo sophs hospital from tho effects of an operation for appendicitis which was performed last Wednesday Murder Trial Commenced Lancaster Ky Aug UTho trial of John Metcalfo charged with mur dering his brother began In tho circuit court Tuesday The day was consum ed by securing a Jury Only eight woro accepted of the panel Accidentally Shot Himself Columbia Ky Aug 24Wut Ross a young man from Irish Bottoms Cum berland county who arrived hero to attend the Adair county fair acci dentally shot himself while examining his revolver In his room A Summer Cold annoyingbutthe probable result by Full Ono Min phlegmdrawssoothes mid strengthens the lungs itml bronchial tunes One Miuuto Uough Cure is an ideal remedy for children perfectIfDrug Co r Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured There are seven main features of heart illRenro 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