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It j 4 +HH1HH + +HH+ 11ItI1ttIIi1Wi1tIi11TiIBEnttrtd at I VOL VI A family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1901 Ono dollar a year ANO 11 I rRIDEASI Wonk molt Inuit for opportunities strong men make them TluuKH do not turn up in thin world until you turn them up The tnolhor should the tonulior and the homo the school whoro wary child receives his first lessons nod these lessons flhould includo habits of industry Ho who said ho did not wish to teachinglihndovll was not BO scrupulous for his- toy noon learned to swear It In well to projiidicu u fluid in favor of wheat nt tho first opportunity FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho largest turl ino vessel overbuilt was Immclird at SllfnHt1rollllul- Two Ruwtinn Hliijw eneounterwl animus in tho harbor of Port Artljur mid ono was Hunk It in said to lx Ituwia deturmina ion to uwomblu n second great army iu Manchuria A big battle Iwtwoon tau RuHflinnn mind tho Jnpunwm JH raging In tho vicinity of Lino Yang It Is reported in St Petersburg thud the luuutHHlii of M Von Pluhve hits Ixtii sentenced to death Tho total cotmnorco of tho Philip pine Island during tho nhio months fueling March last shows IInIIlCIOILfA- tlIltl1 l of moro than 1000000 Seven workmen perished in tho oil conflagration nt llolx ken Holigum which consumed 20fiHKX gallons of jHitroleum belonging to the Rust clan and Standanl Oil Companion The Japnmwo forces under Gen Kuroki lire engagwl in battle with GUll KurojwtkiuH troops near Lino InningItiiekthe Russians lost 3000 in thin fight lug of August 25and 20 Gen Routkovsky was killed in the engage meat of the 27th Dft atches from tho vicinity of Port Arthur indicate that the IxmilMinlment of that city is iHing continued by the Japanese- IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Firm in Helena Mont destroyed projxrly worth 05000 Traps lawn ordered to Cripple Creek Colorado disastrous forct fire is raging west of Hamilton Montana A convention willI hold nt Chic ego to launch a now political party The lmttlhip Louisiana was sue tvHHfully launched at Newport News VnYollow favor has broken out in tho Government military post at Browns vOle Texas Prof Clarks W Shields of tho faculty of Princeton University died suddenly of heart diseaso Tan Worlds Fair nttondanco last week was 12o000 more than any other week since the opening Four jH rs im lost their lived nail several others were injured nude which BWipt through Chnutau qua county N Y President Roosevelts letter of no f ptanco is now being transcribed in IU final forum and will le soul to tilt printer in n tiny or two Time Federal soldiers in camp nt Gainesville Vn took jwirt in the de dication of a Confederate monumenl on the battlefield of Bull Run A Bupjwsed case of leprosy has lcon rc ortcd to the Illinois State Board of Health from Lasallo and as n result n quarantine has been es tablished there- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY John Lielxjrth was arrested ut Covington yesterday charged with tho murder of John C Lausdowne lieu George Stone of Wayno county was nominated for Congress by thin Democrats of tho Eleventh districtTally Williams of Grays Branch Greenup county Ky was shot mid killed nt Hanging Rock 0 by Mar shish Woolum Marion and Wright Young father nail semi wore noiitoncod to ton ealH imprisonment each for murder lit Willinmsburg Ky Thomas D Maybrier who killcn Jailor George W Thompson of Rob orison county was sentenced to life imprisonment Prof J N Harper formerly con nected with tho Ex orimentnl Station at tho Stato College has gone to Ireland to tench tho cultivation of tobacco under tho auspices of tho Irish Government D Col Dun L Moore of Morccr county has withdrawn front tho race for tho Democratic nomination for Congress in tho Eighth district stating that ho prefers to retain his self respect nnd lore an office rather than pose his Bolfrespcctnnd haulm nn office j CITIZEN Fall Term of Berea College begins September 14 The now Chisellllow being built by RtllentllIShould Go to SchoolI hyhWhen education chore thin common schools was III reach of those only who had considerable menus tho question was can I have time Ixjuefits of col logo training Now thanks to on dowed schools such as hers a thorough coiirno is possible to every ambitious youth It s a question ofout but of will Any energetic erson who is determined may have as much schooling ns ho or shin do siresThis is not saying that you can gb to college without money nut ways nut provided by which any ono tin requiredFormerly WM war 1I1hT ID Ir PrriMrnl of Hctew College necessary only to those who wore preparing for n profusion such as thin ministry or law Now it is conceded to le an advantage to anyone no matter what hits vocation bo- If you nro intending to bo a farmer you nerd first a good foundation of general knowledge Then two or threw years of special training along the lines you intend to pursue There is just now a grout dcmainl for trained farmersa demand in fact far lx yond thin supply A harmer who is educated and trained for his work not only doublet tumid quad rumples his chances of success but ho will derive much more enjoyment and Ix mow useful in lift There is a vast field for investiga tiou experiment and profit open to the educated farmer To nil young men who are planing to IH fanners Berea extends an invitation to conic and receive both thin general education nod time special IKOP J W DINRMORE Dean or Normal Depnrtment training You may IH one of tho chosen lookingforvnnlYou can well afford to spend several years in acquiring knowledgo mental jwwer anti culture You will never iMjgrudgu the title thus spent To maylowiso today If you are going to hon carpenter engineer or salesman n liberal education will multiply your yourhapphless handicapPerhaps to lw n teacher Theta is ho nobler tilling and ammo that demands n mow careful pro paration If your intention is to teach your duty is obvious Secure for yourself a thorough education Whatever you may ho called upon to do in this lift you will fled an education will help you Besides it yourhoriinguAn education is butter than moony or lands or any other material tiling It cannot le taken from you and you would not exchange it if you could possessionThoro reasons in rightfullyanswer the question that heads this article The Home Science Department thingsIwltlef3tory or algebra No matter how rich or how poor shin miry she needs to know how to sew that shin may keepheris why so many girls enjoy tho sew ing class which nil tho 13 Grammar takingOfher girls to sic if shin had thu time But mother usually has to cook and cleaner nurse and neighbor and shin can do tilt sowing herself much quicker and easier thorn she tan teach some ono else to do it So tho girls are kept at till dishwashing tend tug the bubwhill mother into around anti does till family sewing girlsdont Sac MRTAa1 Wilt GAMIU li Write to him fur any information you ilcnlrc Then mothers isnt it much thin youhaveeuollghfOltho odds out ends for your girls to gottinmaking tho cake I hope there are ninny mothers who rLlIlIIIro their daughters teachers in nil household matters who toll them just how to do everything why that is the lest way to do it and then sou that it is done in just that way hit Ive never met many such A busy mothur dries not have time thoroughteicldig where there lire teachers whose bust ness it is to teach and whoso timo is given to teaching Thin overburdened mother has already handed over to thom tho teaching of her children to read iud write Why should she not demand of thom help in training hor daughters in all household arts in sowing and cooking as well as rending and numbers f I mn sure every mother would if thin could sew our convenient kitchen nnd sewing roonm prepared just for teaching the girls tho things they most need In their homo like Horo aro long tables around which umixingbowls I t sewingtables machines rulers and tale measures and tho girls are given just as thoroughly planned a course in cooking nnd sewing as in any other study They learn to tOOl moats and vegetables make bread and puddings and pies They learn to cut and baste nnd sow to darn and patch and make buttonholes as well as to make dainty and pretty things to wear Whatever olso your daughters study they ought not to miss tho work of the Homo Science Course JKSXIE LESTER HILL Instructor in charge MRS JEHNIB IRSTER HIM Instructor in charge or Dotn tic Science Who Are the Eight Thousand and Why According to un estimate made from the latest census returns there are in the United States 10782007 jwrsons over twentyone Soars old These are divided educationally about as follows Class 1 Without school training 4082303 Class 2 Withonly common school training 32802591 Class 3 With common and high school train ing 2105357 Class 4 With college or higher education nddedl071201 Whos Who in America gives a list of 8000 persons now living in tto Coiled States who havo become irnportanctoof seine considerable portion of it and an effort has been made to du termino how many of these 8000 distinguished citizens belong to each of these classes Tho 1082408 of class 1 furnish 81 Time 32802591of class 2 808 Thin 2105357 of class 3 1245 Thu 1071201 of class 4 5708 appears1st uneducated child has ono chanco in 150000 of attain ing distinction as n factor in tho pro gress of tho ago 2d That n common school club ation will increase his chances nearly four times 3d That a high school training will increase tho chances of tho common school boy twentythree times giving him eightyseven times the chanco of the uneducated ith Tint n college education in crease tho chances of the high school boy nine times giving him 219 times than chance of tho common school boy and moro thaw 800 times tho chanco of tho untrained Is it a surprising fact that of 7852 notables thus gathered to gethor 4810 proved to bo full grad antes of colleges Supt Brock of Leslie Co writes that whilo lust year his county lacked twenty of having enough teachers to- go around this yeas lacks but 10 Next 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the smartest will win the day Then hot each year with Its chances Jle a step In your upward way i a In Christian Worlr IA Real Daughter I of the Revolution L By CAROLINE GEBHARDT Copyright 1902 by J It Upplncctt Company CHAITKU IV A QUARREL Janes eyes when they recognized pint lliibtieil with anger Godfrey Worthington here one of tiltmob tilio hull overridden her fathers premises had destroyed his property iatt might for aught they cured have Vtiin the member of his householdl One of the mob did she any Nay it nut likely that he vus their l blllertlJt Instigator th she who had brought them here She saw it till now Ills visits that day had been tat to spy upon her guests with this very object In view A note front Nary indeed It was but a mere blind iluannlillc the solitary horseman was having a pretty hot fight upon hi hunch When the Americans re treated most of the British force gave them chase and Godfrey was left upon the field with some half dozen opponents whom his ac- campUIhed horsemanship and his deft lino of rifle trod sword enabled him to keep nt bay Alt would have gone well hud tint an English captain as lit was about to enter the woods with n comi niy of mien turned and seiyj the conflict Calling 1o his soldiers to follmvlilni he run to the rescue Seeing that he was about to be BirrouiidrtJ young Vorthington nt tcmptwl to rcpeui his dash of the iitorur but was too late Already the Ilrititli were upon three sides of him mind his only recourse was to Iuic4 Ills bone towards thq house and tliiis flglit tiff all comers Turning his Itcud us locked towards the porch he ante standing within its columns Jinfe My God June he cried in a voice which commingled sharp command nod earnest entreaty get within the house You ore In danger here tnric gazed nt him with such cold corn that had not the young titan been so much heated by his exertions be must have been frozen stiff Go go he supplicated again Von wilt be stint if you remain Hut Tune disdainfully held her ground und Godfrey was forced to turn Iris attention from her to his r iii1f so its Taking advantage of bin ntcuuentary preoccupation they Were preMxing Mm close The little captain a bantam of n man made rns nt him with his sword that barely mlw cd Its work bending front his saddle the American with on adroit blow of his sword knocked the weapon tram the ilthcrV grasp and catching him by the collar dragged him up In front of lijin Holding him thus though the other kicked and squirmed and t wore In language not choice for Janes cars he hety him as a bhlcld while ho maneuvered his horse backing and sluljit and seeking an avenue of escape The soldiers afraid tofirc lest they should hit their captain and lust too as all soldiers are except American without a lender upon the ground to tell them what to do held their weppons ill readiness but used them tint while the captain sputter lug and twisting and writhinG trlcd in vain to louse the grasp of iron which held him Thrusting hut swotd through hlssad dtcKtrap and taking his pistol from hula belt with hula left hand thu Ameri can circled his horse firing as he did so In the momentary demoralization that followed yheu each of the soldiers felt that he was the target iodfrey hud time to dash away and though bullets sped after him they didnot serve to slacken his progress June left alone upon the porch without further notice being taken of her presence there felt unreason able resentment that It should be so Traitorous spy she said to he- rslf little would he care were I lain if he nIght accomplish tiU dastardly ends The brilliancy had died out of the rcene Tee outbuildings which had been ablaze were Ithcr smouldering or completely out The only Jmitding which had burned to the grrund and which wax the one thnt had ned dentally been eetattre bythe Invaders xaa a supplementary stable in which hurt been quartered many o the British homes thnt could not find ascommodatiuns in the main stnble In breaking open the door mind releasing the horses n torch hud caught the straw In a stall and time conflagra tlon ensued The handful of soldiers who had been left upon the premises went about gathering up the camp equip age which had been badly scattered in the melee and caring for the wounded comrades who had been loft behind in the general pursuit of tho AnmericanslJnne ordered the o and made cots tor them in the wide halt turning the residence Into a temporary hos pitalShe lied Just finished breakfast when nn orderly arrived with n note from Bessemer filled with grateful appreciation of her hospitality Uf him and Ids men amid with regret thtIt should have caused her to be the victim of nn unmannerly Invasion by a horde of ruthless desperadoes upon whose trail he and lib soldiers were then hot 4lfmnnnlrlnotewere so fulsome as to almost draw from her a smile she was yet accustomed to such gallantries hav- Ing spent two winters in Charleston with her mothers llugcnot relatives mingling in that polite society whose dally con vernal ion wan n shower of bouquets though imtccd sometimes the bouquets were made of Slower which pricked She could not hut contrast Hcssc mars polished deference with Worth Ingtons snore abrupt ways What had her stepmother so often termed Godfreya rude boor And she Jane had ever come to hula defense yet what thanks did she got He would have roasted her alive in her fathers house without n qualm In order that he and his Inwlctyt band might slaughter those who were her guestsThe next few days after Ilessenicr had sent to take away his wounded and she lad no longer their care to occupy her were lonely ones for Jane She was tempted to follow the advice her stepmother hiM given her before tearing home anti send for some of her girl friends to keep her company but the nuill brought her such unfavorable news of her fathers condition that she had little heart for the entertainment of guests nnd moreover the war had either estranged or separated front her those whom she liked best Even her own Aunt Susannah to whbm her heart turned more warmly than to any of her other relatives and whose affection for herself she could not doubt had vowed never to step her foot within her brothorln lawss door as long as his Tory wife was its mistress This rupture was brought about by one of those caustic speeches for which Janes stepmother had no little reputation in the neigh borhoodJanu knew her aunt too well not to realize thiitsite would keep her word but If shore would not conic to Tune at least June might go to her so one morning she ordered the car riage and set out for her Uncle Elijah in no little state for though her stepmother had taken the gilded couch with its painted panels dud its six black horses to Charleston that she might Impress her royalist friends there and overawe her bus bands first wifes relatives yet the equipage in which June set forth with IU maroon cushions Anti its two negroes on the box scat in their white und maroon livery nmdc an attractive appearance The sunlight Hashed on its polished lamps and turned Into gold such of the hair of Its fitly occupant us could be seen under her beribboned bon net On time front seat facing her sat Aunt Itachel and Mammy Anne Jane always it kind und considerate mistress hud not the heart to make n visit to their old home without taking with her us many of her Uncle Elijahs former retainers us she could Neither of the men upon the box seat was n regular Kllery coach man One was Gabriel the other was Absalom who hUll been her Uncle Elijahs footman until the reverses ratite Time faces of the darkies beamed with satisfaction except thnt of Janes black mammy who resented having lieu drive with her mistress shared by Aunt Undid In truth no little jealousy existed between the two old women und their mistress affection was the bone of contention The day was as brilliant OB bull liant could be fllled indeed with that sparkling brilliance never seen save after a hard storm for the night before there had hen another of those South Carolina tempests which hinting its birth in the sea augmented Its force as It swept ncross the marshes and threshed it self out among the woods The two stout gray horses had all they could lo to draw the ponderous vehicle and they lad not traversed more than n third of the distance to her aunts before Juno begun to realize that she had made n mistake In her choice of coachmen Gabriel was only a house servant unused to horses while Absalom though a dapper graceful and sprightly foot man did not compare as a driver with her own Uncle Timothy The carriage was rolling along the edge of a piece of woodland the low hanging brHtichen sweeping Its top and the mingled odors of wild flowers and dimp mold drowsing the senses of its occupants when out from among the trees galloped a horse Titan As Janes eyes fell upon him the straightened up from her loung ing attitude against time cushions while over her face spread nn expres sign so forbidding tbut It trade her look ten years older but olds she hid not know It Ah Jane Capt Worthlngtoa r cried mining up his horse beslrtt her carriage with the confident nil of nnI old friend 1 mil in htclf today 1 have linked to set you xlnoo our as- Sault of the oilier night io If Junes lund could Imvi reared hml11thinkWorthIngton might at least tllyt tho decency not to refer to his ru Wanly behavior Absalom drive on Jane time captain cried ngutn you must permit me to explain ft Explain And what pray Is them to explain I am ant so dull need have it explain to me howI Cnpt Worthlngton used his edge of my fathers promises to upon my guests nor how he forged a note In his sisters name to give sumac color of excuse to his presence thereForged till captain gasped Ami tis for what f Howe while I know that It must have disappoint lit urn ins BPrua INTO IllS uonai AND PASHUO ItIiKLE SLY TIIHO TUB WOODS l11 lilt that your plot did not in fur succeed no to enable you to burn elite in our beds my guests und myself yet if you could have heard the moans and seen the wound of the half score proud soldiers whom I hud carried into my house amid could have viewed the debt ruction wrought to my fathers property inethinks you might lute felt that you had just cause for elation und thnt you still merited the appellation of spy ban dit und midnight assassin in which I tinderstnnd you and your henchmen take such wellearned pride Young Worthingtons cvprrxolon nt first astonished and thou Shocked with amusement had Named Into nn gem + she proceeded Madam I congratulate you upon being so apt a pupil of Col Besse muter The terniH which you have just used are n few of the milder epithets which I understand hu applies to myself and that band of brave pnt riots with whom I have the honor to tight for my country hail I known that Col Uessemer was tin honored maul welcome guest instead of being us 1 presumed he vas an Intruder upon your hospitality I would have been more loath than I tens to make the attack which I felt my duty to make Vhllc I feared thnt some de struction oJ your fathers property might eiMtir 1 flattered myself thnt by relieving you of the presence of lcnscnier firebrands and looter appellation which I assure you they have earned quite an Smlim trloiifily its we have our pseudo nymes we might be doing you a service that wtuld in n measure recom pense for the loss but it seems I was mlstaVen and that Col 1cwte miter Is justified In the boasts he luau made of the handsome entertainment he received nt the home of his betrothed the beautiful Jane E- lhfryto whom hit troth was plighted so he says In Philadelphia town these three years past JnneV treacherous color Sled ut these lust astounding words anti then cam buck with n brave rush Tls easy ale remarked disdainfully to place false speech upon the tongue of tile absent I congratu lute you upon the facility with which you have placed It upon Cop ISesse incrs and with that she drew down the curtain to the window oh the side next Cnpt Worthington thus uhut ting out Mini wrnthy warrior Time soidler reared hits borne back UH n his munches while hU breath cattle mid uud the healthy ruddiness of his shin place to an angry pallor An insult such an insult and from Jane hind it been from a non he we mid Intro dragged him from tie catrlnge and wiped up the earth tvitX tIm but To first doubt his word Mud then drop the curtain as thought alma had slummel u door in hit face Itcally it wens too much He dug hU spurs Into his horse that pampered animal that ueTdom knew a touch which was not gente nUll unshed recklessly through the woods It was well that hlx mount was us good n forester mi he else they must hUe come to grief As forJane she drove on Mith her brain in a whirl What hud Godfrey meant by attributing such speech to Col ItcMsemer Pah it was but sonic Idle gossip which those bandits with whom he Associated had picked up nt summit wavslde inn She watt tin experienced in such matters not to have read the sincer ityof Col Uessemern admiration for herself underneath his ornate speeches mind too ardent glances That hi thought her beautiful she could not doubt Most men did Ever when she tea but n raw Bcnoolplrf of 16 in 1hlladclnhln he had singled her out for marked attention during his stay in the city True he had brought letters of In troduction to her stepmothers brother of Ahone household she wu nn Inmate and being made wole im with thnt cordiality wUch the tnrlci of Philadelphia showered upon tin British ntitcerxt ho spent miieh of lib lime nt hoe uncles house which nc eourteiileijsuch things then and she could not deny thnt Ills red until amid roll lace bin London immnLr and the high evidentlyjher heart flutter sit n little till fortunes of war took IIWllln from the city he hUll left many expressons of undy amid slit haul believed him lint with the lapse of time It luau grown to ho n mutter neither for surprise nor resentment with liar that he hind apparently forgotten nil about her the moment ht was out of liar sight anti that she hind heard not one word front him although shu lied hiinl much of him until lie had appeared At her home the other day It hail iiiiiu ed her n little thru to note t lint ItvxKviucr hnd been willing to niiiki ill out of their former tic qimlntaueo that he could and to Im press hula iilltcers that there had been more between them in Philadelphia than there wn Slur could easily un derstand that from this mk have arisen some Idle gossip t which lad been cxmjjrernteil by the time It reached Godfreys ears into the words he hind repeated to her That the young Amerienn hind deliberately lied or that lie hind even Rmpllfl l Slit tale In Its tolling she knew hum too well tn believe but she hue been- angry enough with him to be willing to give Mill tinyslap In the fact which cane handy Had she tits tor much a wuiimii to worry herrelf over Injustice It was n pity Godfrey could nut rend her thoughts for thou he might have plrked Ills tray Ihrolish the woods with more care and might not have forced ids horse to ranh through underbnish thin t ncrntehrri HM flanks and tore hU own buek kln lepglnirn lie maul sumac perhaps n mile In feels reckless fnabion whn n thought trunk Ida thnt made him rein It his steed and sect the color from lie fart with its much swiftness as hurl Tnnes cruel stabs nwlild heel Good God if ho should be lo late hCIIIjUtthnn lint with which he had come ITo lie Contlnuett1 SHE WAS NOT DUCKED lunt IIK lim Aruuini iil In Drfrnir- ut n Tronlile inr Shrrv In Ciiluuliil tier An honored par mm of old Now bury MinHuichuttcttx hUll n shrewish wife who lush him u life ot it relates the Youths Companion HM pari h loners more that oiife behold their pastor lleelng from hula own dour pursued by n hurtling saucepan Occanlonally the Irate woman refused to allow flxltoi to enter liar hoime und empbnHled her refusal bjr turn tag n key on the pour man in hit study through the windows of vhlch he was IgnuirlnlousSy driten tt lOll far with pdt deucoiiH on ciircli ulTulrs The climax wens capped xvheii one lay iMiswrr by were horrlflrl t hear n wonwn subs unit tin im interspersed with pltenttH cries oj Dont strike me sir Oh u u utrlUo utter Hut the worm hind nut turned mil the parson bad not struck It ite merely lds Ingenious consort into way of making liar litmband uuv n fortnble A lmlf century oarllrr nail per hap mlnittters lady though site wan this notahlc shrew would have stone In danger of the dllcklnlCstoo things were If she uero nut tII edifying cxempliir of nil tin Urt r she was expected to hIh cent at least serve the parish an nn nu fi warning A colonial shrew of another tottv- imo really was threatened with the ducklngMool was once waved Iv i plea in which the value of snits i warning was definitely alleged You wish to duck inn Wlllft h cure liar of ncoldlngl tier defniei dcclnrtd tow If she be tint cured where the gain of ducking her And If she be cured all the wmiet wln slow keep n guard over tlicli tongues through distaste to be IIkn rd to such n known notorloin contemptful Kcold nn Ann will dn slue longer hut nlthoitgh It IB nit hk any should become atich as she yet nil wilt iieId n little iriore thiiii now they do the cheek of lien exampl being rctnoel Now It hatter that hun being 1 singly woman lVIt1 family lo miliet Khould go ut iMnlHl cd anti tindliokcd Ipt lesplned lit nil mid wag her tonnie an be will Htamllng therein for the whole town that she should bo silenced and the tongues of other women riii more freeThis argument seems to hive pro vnlleil for Ann Wlllnt Will norm ducked Mjinlllnnr n Ilirnir In liar Letters from tine HIi Innd Lady Bother irotested vigor oiiidy although vnlnly ngalnxt tll Introduction f railways lute Paler tine Every ynrd of thnt small au benutlfnl country preulous In he tier and dint itp echoes should h nwahrnid by a snorting loeomntlv ls shu believes nbhorrent to revel ent pennix She scores n point wither stiiteinent thnt nn exjircastrnli could nm in two 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Results Unknown St Petersburg Aug 31Tho great battle of Mao Yang which began 6ar ly Tuesday morning raged throughout thu day with Increasing Intensity but up to this hour no further official de tails buyoml tho two brief telegrams given out In tho afternoon have been received by tho war office Ivory confidence Is expressed In Gen Kuropntklns ability to meet tho Japanese assault on ground of his own choosing but tho city Is hungry awaiting news of tbo progress of the fight Tho Japan lu forces engaged In thin battle can only bo estimated hero but they are believed to number 200000 men Gen Kuropatkln Is known to havesix a army corps besides 147 squadrons of cavalry In which great confluence In reposed bringing up tho HusMnn total to about thu same num her that thn Japanese have How tho armies compare with regard to artil levy Is not definitely known though throughout thp war tho Japanese have shown great preference for this nnn i and skill In Its uso Report from tho front credit tho with having about 1200 1guns and ninny mountain batteries and It Is known that they recently shlppwl JM heavy guns to Ylnkow Four of Iheno guns already have becn men tioned In those dispatches as being In action Gun Kuropatkln In addition to his field ImtterloB has a number of vory heavy guns emplacod nt Important po sitions at Man whore the HtmMans have been strongly fortifying for some tlmoTho Japanese claim to have CAptUr the nccountsllulmlt was captured south of Anshnnshnn during the preliminary fighting anti that navvral Japanese guns have been destroyed since lbonILittle of tho developed thus far Official nows from tho front says that thoro was dospor ate fighting on tho southern center while from Information front other sources It appears that the Japanese are endeavoring to turn Ito Russian right from the neighborhood of tho rlv11crtappears to have approached within three miles of Ilao Yang Llao Yang Aug 31A IliiMlan coy respondent supplies tho following Tho historical moment has arrived and tho battle of Lisa Yang Is in pro gross It was not oclock Tuesday morn Ing when tho first gun was fired but soon afterwards hundreds of cannon f were thundering along our southern and eastern fronts Tho center of our position Is located near tho famous tower of Line Yang about seven miles to the southeast Tho fighting there If was of tho most character ankl1Thoble and from tho city It Is easy to see tho shells bursting Heavy guns were brought Into ac Ion by both sides Tuesday and their dull roar was discernible above tho sharper detonation of field and moun tale guns The Uuaanuia pro using big ordnanco which Is In position In the Inner ring of tho Line Yang forts The noisy Chinese population has sud dunly become quiet Tho main street of Lfao Yang always tho scene of life busiest traffic and usually resounding with thousands of shrill voices from sunrise to sunset Is now as silent as if It wore night Tho Inhabitants aro watching the distant battle from tho housetops and watch towers or aro I wandering gloomily In tho street Wo are asking ourselves If tho tide of bat tin is going to swamp tho city what is to become of tho houses and other property Qoy Davis at Colon Colon Aug 31Gov Davis of tho Panama canal zone arrived hero Tuc day aCtornoon on tho stoanicr Finance from Now York and went to Panama on a special train accompanied by Rr Adm Walker and other canal commis sioners Is Willing to Resign Buenos Ayres Aug 31It Is report ed at Asuncion capital of Paraguay that President Ezrurra Is willing to resign but that so far ho has boon dissuaded from so doing by Oons Ca bolloro and Escobada Emperor Will Not Interfere pastp11am Is contemplating a tender of good offices with a view to ending tho HUB BOJapanoso war To Create An Embassy London Aug 31Tho Constantino plo correspondent of tho Mall assorts positively that tho sultan of Turkey has promised that tho United States shall have an ambassador w A Days Doings in Kentucky NEGRO LYNCHED He Was Put to Death By a Mob and Body Thrown Into the River Mckman Ky Aug 31Joo Uum pass a Negro was lynched by a mob hero early Tuesday morning as a re suit of nn attempt to criminally as sault Catherine Clay a 15 year ald Klrlln this county Monday It Is sup posed tho Negros body was thrown Into tho river but it has not yet been recovered Tho mob was composed of a largo number of men but tho officials havo not yet been able to learn tho Identity of any of them Tho attempted assault occurred Mon day afternoon when tho girl who had beol sent on an errand was walking through tho corn field five miles from tho city Tho Negro Jumped out and grabbed her but she succeeded In wrenching herself free and math her way back to tho homo of her uncle whom ape Informed of tho assault Her undo Immediately summoned his son and several friends and set out to search for the Negro who was found Just across tho lino In Hlckman coun ty Ho was captured and brought to Jail hero Tho Jailor was away at tho tlmo tho prisoner arrived but came homo nt night About oclock Tuesday morning tho Jailer who sleeps near the prison was called to tho window by several men who told him they had A prisoner for him Finally after much persuasion and being shown a prisoner apparent ly safely bound and In charge of nor oral men ho appeared Ho had no sooner reached tho street when tho supposed prisoner was released and tho demand was made for tho keys of the jail Then tho Jailor saw that ho was surrounded by a largo number of men Ho begged the members of tho mob to allow Justice to take Its course- but his entreaties were useless and seeing resistance could accomplish nothing ho gave up tho keys Thin mob then rushed to tho cell of tho Negro and began shooting at him hut wore finally persuaded to desist by tho Jailer Then they broke open tho cell and lying n rope around Buropats neck dragged tho almost unconscious placedItheir buggies drove quietly away 110 n word was said as to what was with tho Negro but It Is suppos ed that they threw him Into the river A COVINQTON MAN He Fired at a Chicken But the Bullet Hit a Woman Fnlmouth Ky Aug 31Mrs Jeff Stanficld pas accidentally shot while driving along tho public highway near town Tuesday afternoon by Charles Cornelius of Covincton who Is visit ing In the county Tho pistol ball en tered her right suds Inflicting a Jan gerous wound Cornelius was firing at chickens In tho yard Mrs Stanflold drove by and tho bullet went wide of Its mark and struck her Aged Mason Dead Bowling Green Ky Aug 311 I Mllllcan 83 tiled at tho homo of his soninlaw In tho county of causes In cident to old ago Ho was tho oldest mason In Warren county having Join ed the Woodburn lodge Occmober 23 1853 Ills membership was In tho lo cot lodge Fatal Sleep on Railroad Track Pndncnli Ky Aug 31Alex Burke a bricklayer of nardwcll was killed near Wlckllffo by an Illinois Central train It Is supposed that ho went to sleep on tho track Charles Winston n flagman went to sleep on tho track near Dawson and was ground to pieces Almost a Centenarian Covington Ky Aug 31Mrs Knth erlno Robins died at her homo on tho Taylor Mill road about nine miles from Covington She was born In Pennsylvania In 1808 and came to Ken ton county about 40 years ago and settled In tbo vicinity whore sh6 died A Record Sale of Tobacco Wllllnmstown Ky Aug 81Tho largest deal In leaf tobacco over made In this country leas completed hero Tuesday when tho Scott Hall purchase of 270000 pounds was sold to Juno W Gaylo of Owonton at 20 cents a pound Frank Gentry Dead Lexington Ky Aug 31Frank Gen try one of tho most noted of horsemen of this city died Tuesday night at tho ago of 51 years from a stroke of paral ysis Ho was n brother to Smith Gun try of the firm of linker k Gentry Aged Couples Short Courtship Grocnup Ky Aug 31John Wolfe aged 70 and Mrs Annie Hall 71 havo returned from St Louis as man and wlfo Thoy met at a private boarding houso while attending tho fair and worn married shortly afterward Death of Mrs P A Lyon Elkton Ky Aug 81Mrs Lyon who of lion P A Lyon of Daysvlllo died Monday morning after a protract ed Illness aged 73 Interment In this city Tuesday morning at 10 oclock Baggageman Dead of Cramp Colic Paducah Ky Aug SILou Davliia baggageman on tho Illinois Central rallraod between Paducah and Centra Ha died at tho last named placo after n brief Illness of cramp colic Rills C Myron and John D Peters at Owensvlllo Ky wagered a tooth on n ball gamo Byron lost and went to a dentist and had the molar extracted in Peters presence ARMY MANEUVERS TGen Corbln Fixed September 10 as the Date For Holding the Final Review WELLINGTON VA IS THE PLACE The Review of the 25J00 Troop is to be a Spectacular Feature of the Encampment War Department Decides That Militia When Participating In Field In structions With Regulars Are Not In the U S Service Headquarters Camp Gainesville Va AUK 31oen Corbin Tuesday fixed September 10 aa tho date for holding tho final review of tho 25000 troops to participate In the annual rannuu vera of the army and Wellington Va as tho placo for holding tho review This decision was reached after tho broad sloping acres adjoining tho rail road track at Wellington had been In spected by the general accompanied by Col Knight a member of his staff The Inspection trip was made In nn au tomobile and tho headquarters of Gen Grant at Manasas was visited before the return was mado to headquarters camp Tho review ls to bo a spectacular feature of the maneuvers and great preparations are making by tho South urn railway to transport largo crowds from Washington and tho cast The Inspection trip to division camp No 1 was entirely satisfactory Gen Corbin Is laying special emphasis on tho lesson to bo learned by tho mill tiamen regarding proper camp san 10 lion the detrainment and entrainment M troops and tho proper laying out of tho tented fields Tho trackage facili ties provided at each of tho camps furnish an excellent opportunity for tho study of transportation facilities and this object lesson Is not to bo overlooked as a part of tho benefit of the maneuvers Tuesday troops of cavalry and com panic of Infantry were everywhere pre nt In tho maneuver zone These practice marches are being made a part of tho dally program of tho two camps In the meantime tho staff and brlgado officers of both Cons Grant and Hell aro familiarizing themselves with tho roads and lay of tho country for strategic purposes Washington Aug 31Tho war department on tho request of Gen Cor bin commanding tho troops at ma- neUver In Virginia has rendered an opinion In tho matter of jurisdiction over the national guard organizations holding that tho militia troops when participating In tho encampment ma neuvers and field Instruction with troops of the regular army are not In tho service of the United States with In the meaning of tho militia act and that discipline In tho militia Is to be enforced through state authority SENATOR W A CLARK He Was Attacked By Joe Peg on the Street at Missoula Mont Missoula Mont Aug 31Unlted States Senator W A Clark was at tacked hero Tuesday by a man known on the streets as Joe Peg who thought tho senator had beeu breaking tho gamo laws and was carrying a grouse In his pocket and who threatened to take the senators life Peg followed the senator several blocks persistently calling upon him to hand over the grouse Senator Clark ran panting In to tho lobby of the Florence hotel and demanded protection Ho was suro that Peg had a gun for several times the latter had mado motions to pull it and threatened to shoot unless tho senator would glvo up his game bird Several persons sprang to his assist ance and the man was overpowered More Philippine Money Washington Aug 31Tho bureau of Insular affairs of tho war depart ment has received a request from the Philippine government to have 1000 000 worth of half pesos coined at tho San Francisco mint for tho Philip pines Commander Perry to Retire Washington Aug 31 Commanacr James H Perry of the bureau of steam engineering will retire for ago Well nesday with tho rank of captain lIe Is now confined to his bod In this city with typhoid fever After Homesteads Blackfoot Ida Aug 31Tho line up at the land office at Blackfoot In anticipation of the opening of the withhold Fort Hall reservation lands Sop tember 6 la gradually Increasing Every train brings new recruits Army Officer Suicide Manila Aug SI Fitzgerald 8 Tur ton second lieutenant In tho 22d Unit ed States Infantry has committed sul cldo on tho Island of Mlnandano Ho was appointed to the grade of second lieutenant from tho ranks New Cases of Yellow Fever Mexico City Aug 31Thero ore four new cases of yellow fever at Mo rids one suspected caso and three pa tients In the lazaretto No now cases at Vera Cruz There are four cases at CoahacoalcolliGin M 8 Hawaii Dead Chicago Aug 31oen M 8 lias call died Tuesday morning after a long Illness at his home la Oak Park lIe graduated from West Point In the claiud wltU fioa Pull 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TOLEDOOHIO ONE MAN WAS KILLED Attempt to Blue Laws a Riot In Allegheny Plttsburg Aug 31Tho by tho Allegheny County Sabbath Observance association for the past three weeks to tbo blue laws of 1794 resulted In riot and In Allegheny Tuesday night Tho man who was killed was identified at midnight as D Knox of nn Ico wagon Tho enforcement of tho old laws which prohibit tho sale on Sunday of soda water candy cigars and cv try other article of merchandlso ed n has aroused feel ing throughout tho many Oireata have been mado against tho prosecutors Tuesday night Chief De tective for tho Association T Gam blo two of his force Nelson C Harry Stnrkoy were on trial perjury the charge being that thoy had secured the conviction of a storekeeper who proved that his store had not goon opened business on Sun day About 1000 persons gathered about the aldermens once and when tho hearing was concluded tho mob mado a rush for tho detective knocked down and Bored unconscious for njlmo while tha other detectives were roughly Bled Somo tlmo lator tho detectives left tho office under escort of tho al dermens constables the crowd ro nowcd hostilities MYSTERIOUS SHOOTING Wife of a Traveling Salesman Held On Suspicion Memphis Tenn Aug 31Mllton Bternborger a traveling salesman was the victim of a mysterious shooting affair hero and Is In a dying condl a local hospital His wife Is being held by tho police pending an Investigation Sternbcrgcr was pack Ing n grip It Is alleged asked his wife for a pistol which had given hor The woman claimed that In a scuttle for possession of tho weaponI- was accidentally discharged Inflict- Ing what Is supposed to a fatal wound in tho back of tho mans head Investigation that Stcrnbergor had been wounded three times and as three shots were fired from tho re volver Mrs Stcrnborger taken In charge by the pollee WHITAKERS AND ALTIZERS Disastrous Fight Between the Two Families Near Tazewell Tazowoll Va Aug 31A disastrous fight occurred between the Whltakors and 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100000 20 relies north of hero As a result Noah Alttzcr Is dead Lee Whltakor serious ly Injured Dill Whitaker shot through the body with slight chanco of recovery and John Stanton a sympathizer of the Altlzers seriously Injured Tho trouble occurred at a meeting of the Hard Shell Baptists and tSev oath Day Adventists with whom tho Whltakcra and Altlzcra affiliated Tho services wero In progress when some one fired a shot and a general fusl lade began with the result named The Whltakors and Altlzers have been enemies for 30 years A TRIPLE TRAGEDY One White Man and Two Negroes Were Shot to Death Stephens Ark Aug 3OA triple tragedy occurred near Mount Holly Union county Tuesday in which ono white man and two Negroes wore shot to death Details aro very meager but it Is said that two Negroes offered an Indignity to a white woman A mob went out on a hunt for the Ne groos with the result that a white man a stranger named Stover together with a Negro man and woman wero killed A SHOOTING AFFRAY Floyd Hilton Killed Will and Flem Bray and Wounded Their Father Jelllco Tohn Aug 31WhUe on their way home from attending a cir cus Floyd Hilton of Halsey Ky shot and killed Will and Flem Bray of Mud creek Ky and dangerously wounded their father when about a mile from here Hilton claims that during an altercation tho two Bray boys threw him from their wagon and the shoot Ing followed Jury Failed to Agree Topeka Kan Aug 31In the caso of T L Wilson fourth vice president of the International Association of Ma chinists who was tried at Wellington Kan on a charge of assault recently upon a Santa Fe strike breaker tho jury failed to agree One Killed and Two Seriously Hurt St Louis Aug 31 Ooorgo Allen 50 was Instantly killed and Mr and Mrs Henry Myers woro seriously In jured Tuesday night In the yards of the Terminal Association as tho result of a railroad train striking Allens wagon Was Driven Out of Town Cuba Kan Aug 31One of the keepers of the four joints or Illicit sa loons that were raided on Saturday last by a number of local women has been driven out of town by tho cru saders after attempting to reopen his place A LoAoi Nominee Davis Son Critically III Elkins W Va Aug 31John T Davis only son of democratic nominee Hcnry Davls Is a patient In Davis Me mortal Ho was 1typhoidcaL HOTEL KEY FOUNDiAttached Was a Card Saying Good- Bye World Water Wont Tell 832 Niagara Falls N Y Aug 29A key has been found In the park near the American falls with a card attached on which was written Goodbyo world water wont toll 882 The po lice learned that the key belonged to the Prospect house It fitted the door of a room engaged by L M Halery of Charleston W Va Holcry who camo here two weeks ago mysteriously dis t appeared leaving his baggago behindthim Tho authorities think ho corn mitted suIcUlc David B Hill to Retire From Politics Albany N Y Aug 29DavldB Hill Sunday announced that ho Intends to retire from politics January 1 next and that no matter what the result of tho coming campaign maybe ho will relinquish tho leadership of the democratic party In Now York Yellow Fever In Texac Austin Tox Aug 29Tim slate health department was notified of the breaking out of yellow fever In the x government military post at Browns 1lie Tex One death was reported Saturday night and several case aro reported to bo In existence there Man Afflicted With Leprosy LaSalle III Aug 29 Matthew Nu braskl a furnace man employed In ho Illinois Zinc Cos plant inPeru vas found to bQ suffering from pronounced leprosy by a commission con alstlng of all the physicians In LaSallo and some county officials Returned Miners Adventure Cripple Creek Col Aug 2QA G t Leduc ono of the members of the Western Federation of Miners who was deported returned to Anaconda Sunday and while In tho custody of a deputy sheriff was Aken In charge by a body of armed flen Priest Barricaded In His House Pittsburg Aug 29Tho priest of St Nicholas Croatia church Alleghe ny la barricaded In his houso under the belief 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thai calomel blue mass or any other pill ever took and at the same time till f effect was pleasant Little Earl Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by East End Drug Co GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLESandSTATIONERi i Lunch counter IAgentfor Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS t iIIDalton Bldg Boron Kj THOSE No 73f t J 4iatIMiller House ill Newly fitted up Meals am s Hoard and Lodging at popup prices Next door to JHI R G Engle PropI Main St Richmond Kj t Williams is better rrepar 1edthan eer to do your WATCH v OOK GUN and GENERAI IC promptly Clean t 5Lag and a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams ifeta 8UfJ BUM KT 1 t 3Ji l11t ittal nuttttt jthinn ir1fin Ifojntg 14ipi By MAXINE ELLIOT the Actress fA WOMAN cannot tell the truth about herself she dare not expose the real woman to the scoffing eyes of the world A well known playwright whose plays throb with human passion with suffering with love with hatred with despair vigorously asscrttd as her belief No a woman not only cannot but should not be asked to tell the truth about herself Would we lay bare our pulsing nerves to the unskilled surgeon Why then should we ask a living throbbing sensitive woman to lay bare her heart for the daws to peck at No a woman cannot tell the truth about herself She cannot because societys usages forbid it She cannot because her womanhood shrinks from it How can a woman tell the truth about herself She cannot know herself as others see her No woman believes she is homely there fore if asked whether she thought herself beautiful she would not admit she did and still she would No woman can see her faults as others sec them because they arc not the same to her way of thinking therefore she cannot tell the truth about them as she would be talking from an entirely different viewpoint to the outsider who ques tionedZolas methods of studying the charactersmany of whichwere so revolting = in his great nature novcls show that he takes the mind of his character and places it on the operating table as the surcgon places the body which Is to be operated upon He studies every nerve every sentiment every thought as the surgeon follows the veins and arteries laid open before his eyes To Zolas mental vision certain con ditions certain environments on certain characters certain minds would bring about certain results and from the results of this surgical diagnosis of the mentality of his character he elaborates the life ac tions and thoughts of the men or women whom his brain has created No surgeon can operate upon himself No woman can know herself as she really is there fore she can only tell you the truth about herself in so far as that truth is known to her by the training she has received fitting her for the station in life to which she was born Mayhap I agree with the playwright that no woman can tell the truth about herself Yet she it not a liar only the victim of circumstances wqr giiutitrij rl1nnl By PROP O J KERN Superintendent or Schooli WlnnebatfoCountyIll The school of its kind should be good the best city school for th most fa vored child It shouM not be the same kind of school with the same course of instruction There is a difference of environment which must be considered The school training should relate more to daily life Let us give the country school all the credit possible for its in the past It has done a great and will yet do a greater But is vast room for improvement There arc two great movements at least now operating in the new education for the country child if it may be called a new education which gives us a glimpse of the educational possibilities The first liar to do with the spirit of the child the school and thq and the sec ond has to do with the environment of the child a consideration of the farm interests educational factors By the awakening of the spirit I mean that soul culture that will enable the child to thirst for and enjoy the best of the civilization of the age It is the country childs right be brought into contact with the best music literature and art There should be no discrimination between the child in the field and the on the boulevard in this respect There is plenty of hard work on the farm much that is neces sary perhaps and no insignificant factor in the education of the individ ual to a life of usefullness But the childs education can impart a Spirit ual force that will give freedom from the slavery of toil This spiritual izing that will lead to more attractive tarns and comfortable homes better reading in the homes has its beginning in the improvement of the material environments of the country school by this is meant the outdoor art movement for more attractive school grounds The in door art movement is bringing more attractive school rooms for the country child There arc great possibilities in the library movement The course of study for the country child should be more practical The things surrounding the child on the farm should be utilized in a system of training that will result in greater efficiency for lifes work 1tst IDimr tn arry By MRS MAE D FRASER just work work work there home child force It would scan the best time to marry is when the mind and heart are satisfied that the true ideal has been found and that with this ideal is the assurance of practical happiness founded upon esteem respect and close friendship All this points to something beyond first youth with its lack of experience and impractical enthusitlsmsI It is an undoubted truth that the progress in advancement for women along educational lines has brought about a change in the feminine view of marriage Girls are so independent in these days they do not make a hasty choice merely to arrive at matrimony for it is no longer necessary for a woman to be a wife in order to have a home And yet our girls arc fitting themselves for noble wives and mothers Bpd there is among them the highest sense of the duty and privilege of the homemaker It is certainly wise for a young man to found a home just so soon as he sees his way clear to support one in a simple way and when he can find a young woman ready and willing lo share his duties and this mayusually be accomplished by the time he is 26 If he finds a wife of 23 years she will have had the time to enjoy a free and happy girlhood and have learned to know something of the joys and responsibiilities of wedded life The man must be the head of the house in the right marriage and the reasonable woman realizes this and appreciates the strength she can rely upon in trouble or difficulty Marriage is not so much a lottery as many wise heads will tell us It is rather a wonderfully simple and happy state of being that is arrivedat through some trying experiences but in which mutual for bearance true consideration and pcrfet ou3rtc 1l bfip id1 1 Iesulf i country as as as to that THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for September 41004Ellj- ah EncouragedItI Prepared by the Highway and Byway Preacher Copyright ISM by J M EJion LESSON TEXT n Kings 1901S Memory Verses 1518 t And ho came thither unto a cave and lodged there and behold the word of the Lord came to him and he said unto him What docit thou here Elijah 10 And he Raid I have been very jealous fer the Lord God of hosts for tho children of Israel have forsaken Thy covenant thrown down Thlno altars and slain Thy prophets with tho sword nnd even I only am left and they seek my life to take It away And he sMdQo forth and stand upon the mount before the Lord And behold tho Lord poised by and a great and strong wind rent the mountains and brake In pieces the rocks before the Lord but tho Lord was not In the wind and after the wind an earthquake but the Lord was not In tho earthquake 12 And after tho earthquake a fire but the Lori was not In the fire and after the flro a lUll small voice 11 And It was so when Elijah heard It that he wrapped his face In his mantle and went out and stood In the entering In of the Cava And behind there came a voice unto him and said What doest thou here Elijah And he said I have been very Jealous for the Lord pod of hosts because tho children of Israel have forsaken Thy covenant thrown down Thine altars and slain Thy prophets with the sword and I even I only um left And they seek my life to take It away 18 And the Lord said unto him Go return Qn thy way to tho wilderness of Da mascus and when thou earnest anoint lla suet to be king over Syria 1C And Jehu the son of Nlmthl shall thou anoint to be king over Israel and ElUha the son of Shaprmt of Abel meholah shall thou anoint to be prophet In thy room 17 And It shall come to pOI is that him that capeth tho sword of llaiael shall Jehu slay and him that escapeth from the sword of Jehu shall Kllsha say II Yet I have left Me seven thousand In Israel all the knees which have not bowed unto Itanl and every mouth whieh bath not kissed him 19 So he departed thence and found ElUha the son of Shsphut who was plowing with twelve yoke of oxen before him and he with the twelfth and Elijah passed by him and cast his mantle upon him GOLDEN TEXT Fear thou not for I am with ileeUa Ulo TIME About forty days after lost lee sonILtCEDtount Sinai or us it Is often called Mount Horcb Comparing Scripture with Scripture The PlaceCame thither unto u cave in the Mount ot God the place where God appeared to Moses In the naming bush Ex 312 and the place where Israel had received the law Ex 1912 A place hallowed by sacred memories and yet not the placo for Elijah as Gods twlco repeated question and His command Go return on thy way prove Elijah spent over 40 precious days in getting alone with God when he might have found Slim In Israel May not the prophet have erred ai the Samaritan woman did who sought to engage Jesus In argument about Mount Gerailm as the only place to find God and to worship John l20 How many weary Jays the discouraged Christian often spends In getting alono with God Elijah made up his mind he would go to Sinai to meet God and the Christian often foolishly fixes place and time for meeting God and spends weary days In finding Him Acts 1727 Ps 14518 It Was the Place of Heart Searching U God Became the Examiner Jot 1710 The prayer of the Psalmist should be our prayer Ps 1392324 nut we must submit Jas 47 Then God will reveal true conditions to us Phil31r What doest thou here Elijah is the question God often has to ask us 2 God Decame the Teacher The Christian often makes a long Journey of It to Gods school even as did Elijah nut It Is a blessed place to come John 1426 1613 1 Cor 212 God sought to turn Elijahs thoughts away from self It took the rockrending winds the mountainmoving earthquake and the fierce fire to turn Elijahs thoughts to tbeIalmost strip us naked and us sore before we will turn from self to Him It Was the Place of Encouragement It was humiliating to Elijah to realize that his boast of standing alone for God was 7000 below the true number but surely he was rejoiced and encouraged to know how many faithful ones there were Do you ever feel you itand alone fur GodT Got away In His school and let Him give you the correct census Alonel Never for Jesus Is ever present Matt 2820 He is ever working wltn us Mark 1620 by His Holy Spirit John 16711 It Was the Place ot Fresh Commission When Elijah lied from Jezebel he lout hits commission He needed It renewed The runaway servant of God generally loses his commission and It Is waIGo return on way bo 1 submissive to Gods will 2j Obedient to Ills command God madq Elijah retrace his steps and many a Christian has to do this very thing be fore he can do Gods work It takes sub mission and consecration and obedience to do this And when Elijah was ready to go back when his spirit ot self Importance bad been subdued when ho was wholly given to Gods will when he was eager to obey then God revealed Ills plans for him THE GOLDEN TEXT Fear thou not for I am with thee Immanuel God with us Matt 123 Marvelous truth The angels said to the frightened shepherds Fear not for Jesus is come Jesus said to His trembling troubled disciples Fear not for It is I your risen Lord And Ills message to tho human heart is still Fear not Fear not for lie comes to save Ho comes to help He comes to bless May He who speaks the message Fear thou not for I am with thee bear faiths response from our hearts I will tear BO evil for Thou Jt with i o t D L c OBEYING ORDERS IIow R Conscientious Soldier Lived Up to Ills Temperance Principles Under Trying Circumstances During tho war with Spain 47000 tel dlers were at oue tlmo camped at Chickamauga awaiting orders for the invasion ot Cuba Some of the regi monte wero mode up ot the finest and most earnest young men of tho com munities from which they came The exigencies of camp life necessitated duties with which they had been unfamiliar says Youths Companion Front one cavalry regiment two young men cultivated wealthy and graduates of colleges were detailed to assist In horse shoeing and ro faithfully did they do their work that within a month they were ablo to make as good a horseshoe and shoe a horso as well as men who had been trained to the trade from youth It was not exactly what we had In mind when we enlisted said one of them and It was as near tho battlefield as wo ever got but It was our way of serving our country then and we tried to do our duty A harder duty ttlll was assigned to another man In the same regiment The major detailed him to keep the regimental canteen Not only was he a total abstainer but he was opposed to tho canteen on principle and In his con versation with his comrades had made no secret of his feeling In the matter Ho hotly resented Mi assignment to this hateful labor and could easily have risen In rebellion at what seemed a TILE FINEST LKMONAOK TO HE IOfND IN THK CAMP gratuitous Intuit to his wollknown principles nut he said to himself that the rusponslblllty for his aMlgnment to the task rested with the major but the responsibility for the way In which he performed his duty was his own So ho took up tho unpleasant work amid not a little curiosity on tho part of his comrades concerning the way In which be would obey the majors orders- I will give you the beer If you want It he said to the first man who asked a drink of beer but I have porno better hero In the flneit lemonade lIarbe found In camp Removing the he disclosed a generous vessel fllld to the brim with rich lemonade and a large lump of ice In the middle Itwas too tempting to resift and the lemonade was purchased Instead of the beer Before noon of the first day bin lemonade was known throughout the camp and the run upon tho canteen was such that ho was kept busy making more and be took pains to keep the quality up tathc markThe major came by and saw how he was conducting tho place but he raised no objection The men of tho regiment understood the reason for supplying the lemonade and although at first there had been some disposition on tho port ot the rougher ones to make merry over the uncomfortable situation In which tile young man had been placed even These came to admire which he obeyed orders and thejrallied to his support When Ms Outlet at the can teen were over he was found at the camp Young Mens Christian assent lion helping In the religious work of the regiment Dut the popularity of his lemonade proved so great as to demand a steady supply of It and in proportion as the lemonade was consumed the sale of other drinks diminished The young soldier had obeyed his or ders and performed a task which Isis soul despised but ho did It In a way that helped to give his regiment tho reputation of being ono of the soberest and most orderly In camp ITEMS The humors of the telegraph are very amusing The story Is told that Ernest Henna once had occasion to telegraphs across the British channel the subject of a proposed lecture of his In Westminster Abbey 53io subject as written by him was Tho Influence of Rome on the For mation of Christianity It was pub lished In England as Tho Influence of Rum on the Digestion of Humanity I think thaHnstead of flying to alcohol us many people do when they are ex hausted they might very well drink wa ter or they might very well take food and would be very much bcttci without the alcohol If I am fatigued with over work personally my food is very pimple I eat the raisins Instead of taking the wine I have nad a very large experience In that practice for 30 enrsSlr Wll Uaa Gull CIGARETTESer The Coffin Tacks Threaten tho Man hood and Youth of the I United States I have wptchcd victims of tho cigar ette habit of mature years descend theiIscale of morality and ambition honor family and laudable aspirations were sacrificed to the demoniac Indul gence of the habit that could not be given up though everything olse had to fingers offensive odors new ousnem Irritability stupidity and many other ills can be placed to the credit of cigarettes but no good things can bo enumerated that can bo said to come from the me of cigarettes Ono has only to go to Turkey Erarpt Russia Spain and SpanlllhAmerlcianJ countries to be power of cigarettes to dwarf a people mentally morally anti physically If Americans do not distort to the pleadings of the benefactors of the nation and institute some measura i whereby the cigarette mania Is ar rested and cured tho next generation will demonstrate the fatal work the cigarette U doing for the Anlerlc1nirace Go Into tho prisons and the prisoners and see how many beJanttheir downward career by smoking clandcRtlnely see how many will con few to petit larceny front their parents and friends to buy cigarettes Not long since I happened to see two lads about 12 years ot age smoking t cigarettes in a drug Rtorewrltoi MM John A Logan In the New York Jour T nal Their manners wero fI bad and i their cigarettes no offensive that I spoke to one of thorn saying My boy are you not afraid to 1D01eucigarettes lie took a long pull nt the cigarette before taking It out ot his mouth let ting the smoko come out of his 0930 and replied Lord no I have smoked since I was five Jill companion laughed Immoderate ly They wore well dressed and lope1Iaa If they were sons ot wolldo pew Ipie They were pert and had been ad dieted to the vicious habit long enough to seem like old dwarfs Thero Is not a human being young or old that can smoke cigarettes anti avoid the deadly conseqimnewi to their minds and bodies They may be smoked for years but the Inldlottll- poison that permeates every fiber fir- the human body will do Its work oftoo tually If they have no effeet why In It the victims of the habit are so iwrlmMly affected If they happen to be wllhot them for a little UntoT The effect flf cigarette Is not wholly physical M everyone know who has paid the least attention to cigarette smokers Sad as the physical eoniwiiHaiMRt Are they are nothing compared te Uw mes lal destruction and total nMral ctepfav Ity Persons who smoke cl arettes may be assured of the deadening of th lr morel brtmlhllltlt They line all dtltcary of feHlag aaet- are Influenced only by Ute new HI Mid lower Instincts and are ladlffwent tn the higher and holler things uf ills ASSASSINATION FOR MONEY Methods the Snloenktepcrs Adopt to Secure Victims and Their Money John Ritikln sold the liquor 1Itf1 was one of the most criminal tulhods of asMsnlnatlon for tntowy Uftf- allolliod by any nit ar nation but fiendish Ingenuity baa exhatiatmi Itself in this last effort In a former taut of the National Advocate attention wan called to a system of Inaiiruure adopted by dome New Jersey saloonkeepers via insuring tho lives ot the bet of their customers and then encouraging thorn to drink and be merry till death mercifully stopped In and timlnatod a dfgrtvlrO and degrading life Ono saloonkeeper Is said to have cleared 18000 by tbte fiendish work and toasted that It was the attraction of the Insurance system which kept him In the builnoaa In a recent number or the Alliance News we are told of a case In the Hud dcrsflolil county court when the Mild tor stated that It was the practice of tho publicans In the lower part of the town to Insure their customers and draw the money at death but an far as the Pioneer company was concerned they would endeavor to stop U whore iIsbrother As soon the wretched drunkard has reached the stage henlfrom the publicans standpoint 1m In ti neither ornamental nor useful then Insure tho carcass and pollen him oft as expcdltlounly all puHslblc Words tall jme here The vllllnny carried on In connection with tho drink trnfllo under the protection and sanction of tho law and calmly acquclsrcU In by the people line touched such u holllsh level that If the national connclance does not revolt against this development of evil f+ that conscience must bo seared at Jwith n hot IronI vY l The Power of LoelAnd ye dont drink any more JIm The question c mo as two workmen walked along together 4 r No And ye dont talk n ye used to cither dropped a lot of swearln that upItsJim hatf pleased half embarrassed that the change had been noticed HY see the little one was nothln tfwt a baby t when J wont away but Isocgettlnto be a smart boy now Lizzie believes In me And that boyhe really thinks hlndail Is the best man In tho world Id sort of like to have him keep on thlnlda to thats all It 6 u- 1I w 1 A HOMEMADE IMPLEMENT Excellent for Smoothing Rough Fields Scraping Boadu and Other f Like Purposes I havo always wanted some sort of a tool that could be used to joint and smooth Up plowed Geld scrape a rough road In the sprlngvand meet other like demands lint the plank granger the Hat log with a cutting edge and like de vices novel quite filled the bill and they in acme way all went Into Innocuous desuetude It occurred to me that a big iron ring with some sort of an In alde cutting attachment would be the thing A bar of steel four Inches wide and onebait inch thick and long enough to make a five and onehalf foot Loop was procured Another bar of the sr AN 1MP110VIBKU UiVKLEIt fame size was made Into triangle just K fit and put Inside the hoop and rlvctc v Ht the angles lung hooks wore putlnt the outer rim to which a bale was fas teocd and then I had a most complete tool The cost was 5 and we have found It of the greatest ue As a roar smoother It is all that can be deslreJ Kvcry Inch of Its 33 feet of under edGe la either cutting pushing or scraplni bank to the center tilling aa well as leveling nod a good tram will pull II nil day For road smoothing no ttraplnc It equal n big machine II la well to have a plank fltird on top FO that In extreme canoe the driver may odd hit vrrtuht and do a little more rom pleto work John Gould In N Y Trlb tine Farmer TWO EFFECTS OF CLOVER The Crop Acts Either na a Collector of nitrogen or na a Sub Earth Cultivator The work of novena not always to ret nitrogen from the all There are tome tolls that are rich enough In nitrogen and yet need the pretence of the guinea In a visit to Antioch HI the writer obncrvad that the Ml II only a little ncldy and that it- t nlno rich in nitrogen Clover Is be- Ing grown but Us work of soil reno ration Is different from that It bas to perform on come other tolls cape daily those that are deficient In nitro Kcn Here the root go deep Into the 9soil and help to Improve the physical of the opll It tips the stores of potaulum and phosphorus that are hidden away In the depths of the earth and brings them to the upper layers of soil whnro they will be with in the reach of the plants that do not have tho deep root systems that clover and alfalfa have The clovers will be found to be uie f lul on almost all soils where they will grow either an collectors of nitrogen or as stfbenrrh cultivators They send their roots deep Into the soil and tun net In every direction The roots In time die leaving a multitude of pas cages hi the soil Theso net as drains and as air channels by which the soil Is more fully aerated Ae a nitrogen ratherer the clover is of great use cm millions of acres of our lands from which the nitrogen has been ex banstrd and on millions of other napes It nets as a carrier of fertility from the cellars to the upper storage rooms of the soil Farmers Review New Potato from TTrnguny Prof Hcckel of Marseilles rance dlrroverefl a Tow yeans ago along the banks of the lllver Mercedes Uruguay a new tubercle which poems to put the common white potato In the back Krowwl 1f reports are true This won derful potato need be planted but once as arm tubercles and ctO1n to branch off 1a rrcry direction all the year and niter une planting Itbe Tesctablo per jietrmttrs Itself from the broken roots Ml 1n the will Trine flowers ore ntiiirKtant and very odorous nnd a lierfnnro r vnibllnf Smltye tins nl ivndy been manufactured Tram them Enormnus production nlmoluto Immu nity from com sou potato dlccascn do Ideas hover And easy culture arc soma of the features already claimed tot this new discovery A Crop of Antique Corn Several years ago In exploring an Indian mound In tho southwest part of Missouri a quantity of corn waa found Some of this corn was planted and to the surprise of all It ger minated and matured How tons It had lain In the mound on which large trees were growing no one can con Jccturo probably several hundred years Last fall a citizen of James port Mo secured a handful of this corn and now has a dozen hills of U prowfHK In his garden The grains age about the usual size of field corn but are of a deep brown mottltd with- yellow I CANADA IS AHEAD OF US hoods and Road Laws of Our North era Neighbor Are Far Su perior to Our Own It Is subject for frequent comment on the part of travelers that the roads of Europe are far superior to those of tot United States and this result Is gen erally attributed to the system of gOY crmcnt aid and supervision which prevails In nearly all European nations Hut It Is not so generally known that our nearest neighbor Canada Is also ahead of us not only In the character of the roads but In tho matter of road legislation lion A W Campbell highway com missioner of Ontario Is an enthusiast on the subject of good roads and at the same time a very ablo and practical pub lic official He Is quite well known to the good roads people of the United States BI he has attended and addressed a number of Important convention In this country In a recent report he says Rood roads are essential to the full development of agriculture In a country such as Ontario dependent upon agriculture this means that good roads are of very great Importance to the towns and cities as well Good roads are not a benefit to any one class of the community They are of universal value This Is a matter of which too narrow a view has been taken In On tario If wo must have canals and railways then we must have good country roads It has been taken for granted that If the country as a whole constructed canals and subsidized railways the common roads could take care of themselves Hut this has not been the case The broader aspect of the question has recently been given prominence by the derision of the provincial govern ment to appropriate 1000000 for road Improvement This for lack of a better name has been termed government std or assistance It Is a recogni lion of the value of good roads to everr citizen of the country and a just effor on the part of the government to co operate In procuring them The object or the present measure II not so much to aid by the gratuitous CUtrlbiitlon of money but has for Its aim a nobler purpose While It alms to encourage tho doing of a work which h acknowledged by all as being an Impor tant and necesiary service Its prime object Is to equalize and lighten the cost The unfalrncsu and Jnjuitlre ot the present system of taxation for high way construction Is to noticeable us to be a matter of wonderment that some step of this kind has not been ere this devised by government or compelled by tho people The government Is only exercising Its rightful function as a part of the ad ministrative system In providing a por lion of the cost of making roods and distributing the money among the dif feront municipalities entitled to it This function ran be performed by tho provincial government only In coca Scotia nearly 15 yews ago the provincial government began the appropriation of funds to Improve the road and the plan has proven entirely succMftful where tho old system of de pending on the local communities was a complete failure Even away out In British Columbia there are many fine roads which are said to bo tbo delight ot tourists All theee are built and kept up by lift government BARROW FOR BARBED WIRE With the Device Here Described One Man Can Do the Work Usual ly Done by Two A handy device for carrying or string Ing barbed wire Is abovrn In the cut Take two pieces of 1x7 stuff six feet long Cut the ends down for handles ftarnb as for a wheelbarrow and round llAimOW FOR ltNrn sea W1HB one corner ou the other end The bar row Is drawn Instead of being pushed Bore an Inch hole 20 Inches from lower end Nail a piece of 1x7 across the ban dies 12 Inches from tho bole making space between the handles two inches wider than the reel Brace as shown Take an old wagon spoke bore three sixteenth inch hole through each md and use tlnp bolts for pins One man can string more wire with this device then two men carrying the reel on s bar Farm and llama Preserving of Hollow Trees Often n valuable lawn or roadside tree Is found to be hollow and decaying rapidly and unless something Is done to preserve It It will not last lopg We have seen trees preserved aa follows Remove all unsound nnd de raying wood with a chisel until the sound wood Is exposed Mix one part Portland cement and three parts sharp sand Into a thin mortar fcnd nnI tho cavity with It When It tabout set coot the exposed surface with n mortar of about one part cement and ono part sand It Is recommended to treat the exposed wood Inside the cavity with a solution of one pound cop per sulphate In five gallons water be fore putting In the cement Ohio Farmer Success with Angora Goats Tho breeder of pure Angora goats must slvo close attention to his flocks the year around says Couatry Life in America A doe will often leave s newborn kid to join her flock as often as It gets out of her sight nor will she return to her kid unless the tock happens to feed that way Nat urally many kids are lost and oth ers would die If they were not taken care of A few head of rellbred goat may be found profitable on any farm especially on a farts where brush killing Is an Improvement as no oiberJtrill destroy Jbrubj 10 gulckly A LOST COUNT DY LEAKDEB TURNEY Daily was an pretty as a Juno cloud and fickle IJI alarchwindthe brightest giddiest girl In our village yet withal wise with a strange feminine wisdom Frolicsome demure gay serious full of Irony of sympathy of rail lery of sentjment she had moods as many as a humming birds hues Thomas loved her and courted her and 10 did Iandeodldovcryotheryoungman who dared to hope In the least for her favor And she was Impartial almost Indiscriminate with her smiles As time passed however her choice seemed narrowing until It appeared that It was between Thomas sod rue Ho was tho more desirable match being both gifted and well to do but some thing made me hope though not with out misgivings that she preferred met determined to declare my heart and know my fate Many times I sought opportunity to do so but she avoided my avowaland so cleverly tha I could scarcely be sure she did It pur posely How long she would have forestalled mo I cannot guess but for a chance that drove mo to desperation Passing her home one bright warm day In May I saw Thomas with her among the flowers They stool close together and ho was speaking rapidly I thought Intensely while her eyes were down cast As I drew near she saw me and leaving Thomaa ran toward the gate calling to me Come In Arthur and see my flowers My Illlnles are the finest you ever taw Thank you Daisy Another time Im In a hurry this morning Good morning Thomas Too bad you cant stop she per sisted Thomas and I are having a lovely time- Thomas didnt look It If he was I passed on with burning heart and when lajt saw them he was standing with her at the gate I decided then that I must not lose any further time The very next morning I would make my attempt Would size receive this ns she had the avowal of Thomas The next morning found me with her In the garden with the flowers Tin surroundings of bright blossoms and mellow sunshine and azure ltlc and lisping leaves wqs an Ideal one for n declaration of love Daisy I said I have long wanted Arthur dont Please dont ouIgood man Why do you mm sentimental In a posy garden I must toll you Daisy I love you You are to me what the sun Is to the flowers I cannot live without you And If I say no youll bo telling some other girl the same thing In just a rattle while talk about girls and make be JIIoIwring when I passed yesterday How discerning And I thought of It yesterday I knew I could not live without you I know If you accepted him I could never he happy another day In my life It I should live a hundred years Thomas Is most as silly aa you are Ho talked just the way you are talking now Hut It Is true low can we hrlp lay lag you 0 Just bs sensible Just ray well have a nice time with Daisy nod not be foolish and sentimental As I do about the boys she adde archly I leaped over the flower bed and stood bonlde her She had not taken her eyes from my face and I remembered that yesterday when Theme spoke with her her long inches had concealed her eyes Seriously shc said with a gravity I hail never before heard In her voice I know I must decide some time And It s such a great decision that that one cannot mako It too solemnly Si let me show you the sights She tossed her head and stretched her hands to ward the flower beds Do you want time to decide Dont you know your own heart Dont you know whether you love me or not She stopped as she was turning and Mod motionless a moment Then she said You shall have your answer now you persistent fellow She ran quickly to a bed of daisies pat down upon the grass by them plucked one and holding It up to me sold Ive always been lucky with flowers What luck do you suppose this one will give mo And then while I looked on she plucked off one by one the rays of the flower saying as she did so Tom Art Tom Art Tom Art Tom until there were but a few left She countrd so rapidly that I could not keep up much less anticipate the result by counting tho petals remaining Suddenly she Inter rupted herself with a shrill little cry of 0 therei my brown thrush She leapt up and stood beside mo pointing I did not see him at nut There he U In that maple away up at the top She spoke almost Impatiently Hes the lovely fellow that lias been singing to his sweetheart these two months Then she resumed her counting Tom ArtTom Art Tom Art She said Art with the last petal and then O fiddle I won I cried eagerly Yes she answered demurely la It yes then I seized her hand and this time she lid not seek to withdraw It This is a iiibllc place Art dont be foolish she told as her long lashes drooped and a rosy glow suffused her cheek Since our marriage I have confided to icr that I knew I lost In the lottery She said Tom twice In succession Did 13 rfce asked Innocently flow- oddi It was the Interruption of the brush that mad me do K perhajw ChlcIEolrlbune v Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER end fine FINE invite TOU drive profltlook as well as Ike rest of your turnout or is It shabby and thus detract from the appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Harness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old liar ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cot much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky Skin Diseases Eczema 1etter Pimples Salt Rheum are instantly relieved and quickly cured by the free use of Para camph It kills the germs stops the stinging itching Makes tbo skin healthy and smooth S E Welch Jr Druggist TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire etock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermout Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor unity to get an extra good bargain OrdO8 will ho flU ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky Notice- On recent nctionoftheKentuckyLeg islature Berea colored coming therefore contestant Berea College Founded i 1855 I PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal l Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to cOurity Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for life COllege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Eacealuuro ate degrees Music Choral free Reel Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward n Christian 3 education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of thu school apart front instruction mind must pay for board in advance Expenses for term uf 14 week l maybe brought within S2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring tern of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples CafgregatioaI alists Methodists Preslyturians and good people of all dt1iolUiuatiollSj ron INFORMATION AND YRIt DLT ADVICE ADDRESS THE SCCnETART r WILL GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky e Madison County Roller Mills d 1I I IoIoIoIIl Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flout Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour flLtllTXll liT Potts Duerson 1 I TThltu Suttoo Ky t KQ doDYSPEPSIA CURE EAT Belli for SO CHICAGO centiu f 16 FREE r Scholarships l TnEGmzcs will Paulo Uiitlojrin Berei College for tvOrterui8 of one young innn and one young woman from each following Cauutir = Cln y LstihrJacksDnpilee Tlabson Owee- mlaski and RocKcnMle Thlse sixteen young people will be selected Ute people of their own County who take Tut Craze l S1Ve will print the Ballot which appears below week from now until December 1st should bo filled out with the names mid addresses of the young man and young woman jn your County to whom you wish scholarship to be given These ballots when received at THE Citizcv office count one each for the young mon and young womanwhose names are Written on them J In addition to this each person who pays torn years subscription to TUB CITIZEN will re ceive n blank entitling them io one hundred for each uf their favorite candidates 0 months CO votes for each 3 months 25 votes for each The young man nod young woman ineach of the eight Counties named above who receivet the largest number of votes will have their tuition paid by CITIZEN for two terms in Berea College which will save each one from 800 to Sl tOO in cash TIlt only expense to which they will be put is for bourn oust room and good board and rooms can bo had cheaper in Berea than at any other firstclast school iu Kentucky Berea College will Ixj bigger and better than over the coming year nnd if you or tiny of your friends are planning to attend school anywhere it will pay you to consider this offer i out the ballot below and IIto THE CITIZEN Get your friends to vote t for you Your chance is just aa good as auybodyi START NOW l r C Cut this out fill in with names of your favorites and mail to THE CITIZEN BEREA KY Take account of the College can receive do students the year this offer is open only to white mea fall C will by each This votes THE Fill I vote for Mr rr J of i post mce county- as the most popular young milD 4 and for Miss u i of pcstoffice eoun1kai the most popular young woman t s a V THE CITIZEN rrriiirH 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II rII Berea and Vicinity I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES T 11 I I I I I I Iii I I I I I I I I I I I I Dr Hubbell returned from Chicago Monday night Born August 17 to Mr and Mrs Win Coyle a finn boy Will Flnnery has been spending KnobJin Crab Or chard Saturday on business Mrs Will C Gamble is recovering from nn illness of several days Prof and Mrs S C Mason left Mondayfor Petoskoy Michigan TIm II J Derthick in moving to hazel Green Wolfe County this weekDr M E Jones in spending the I week l nt Mallory Springs with his family Stephensitvisited in liockcastlo County week The revival meeting at the Glade Christian Church closed Sunday nightMiss Lillian Ambrose returned Saturday from a visit in Owsloy County Mr and Mrs C A King and daughter Ethel wore in Richmond I TuesdayC Rhodus has sold the East End Drug Store to II C Woolf Miss Ethel Todd returned Satur day from a visit with Rev and Mrs I Lodwick at Shiocton Wis Miss Frnnces Cravens of Lexing ton visited Borca friends Thursday and Friday of week Miss Hullio dill returned Monday from ten days visit at Corbin anti Barbourevillo She also attended the London Fair It is reported that gold and silver in paying quantities have been dis covered on the farm of Pleas Ham pden on Big Hill Mrs D A Kinnard died Friday at the home of Richard Parks near Slate Lick The funeral was held Saturday at the Secondchurch Misses Grace Lester and Sallie Waldron and Messrs Geo Pow and Win Tosh visited at the home of Miss Sallie Chrisman at Panola last Saturday Suudayschooistertained at Gilbert Cottage Wednes day night by Misses Brooks Catch pole und Lindley TIm and Mrs A E Thomson Treas and Mrs T J Osborne Mr and Mrs M J Thom Mrs Putnam and Misses Brooks and Lindley were in Richmond Monday- A E Yelton L N agent at ButlerKy visited E L Robinson and other Berea friends Sunday and Monday Mr Yelton was Agent here some fifteen years ago graduatejhas been conducting protracted meetings at the Glade Church has been called to the pastorate of the Second ChurchTreas T J Osborne would like to exchange black derby hats with the gentleman who wore his away from the Parish House last Sunday L The Berea Banking Co has installed in their large fireproof vault a nest of G3 steel sitfety deposit box es which they offer for rent at a very small charge per year Those boxes are fitted with Yale locks which take two keys to open The customer keep a key and the bank a key and either one of the keys alone will not open the box I Fon SALE Good Milch Cow C C Rhodus tf H College Items HERE AND THERE IIMi Miss Josephine Robinson is visit ing friends at Laconia N H Arthur Daily is spending a few days at his home in Pulask County President and Mrs Frost are expected the latter part of next week Supt T A Edwards and family arrived Tuesday from Xonia Ohio Misses Lillio Chrisman and Grace Maiden left Tuesday for a weeks visit at Panola Miss Charlotte Catchpole has ac h cepted a position as teacher in Wil l liomsbprg Academy Miss Florence Caufiold of Litch field Ohio is expecting to enter school hero this fall H M Racer writes from St Louis t Mo that lie is planning to return to Berea about Sept 7 K H Becktell a student here last C I I I l IIMtt year will enter Hillsdalo College at Hillsdale Mich this fall Miss Elizabeth Lewis left ycster day to attend the Y W C A Con ference at Lake Geneva Wis Mist Ada Clarke a trained nurse from Ashland Wisconsin is expected soon to Ira at the head bf the Has pital the coming year H B Kiunard and Wesley anti Norman Frost are doing well at the Worlds Fair where they have been working this summer During the two months which he spent at the Worlds Fair Ellis Scale was promoted to the position of Sup erintendent of the Chair Concession Wm G Best who graduated last spring from the Dental College of Cincinnati University has rented of fice rooms over the Post Office and will locate here soon The Athletic Field is being made ready for football practice when school opens Manager Geo Pow has arranged a good schedule the first game being October 8 A Pleasant Surprise About seventy guests gathered at the Mme of T J Osborno last Satur daynight August 27 1004 the twentieth anniversary the marriage of T J Osborno and Miss Minda MaltbyMr and Mrs Oslwrno hall been invited to meet n few of their friends at tea at Lathes Hall Mrs Hoag served an elegant repast and Mr Arthur Worthen took n flash light picture of the gueuts as they rat nt the feast Most of the guests excus ed themselves early pleading pro vious engagements for the evening Later a telephone message called Mr Osborno homo to see n man on business Some one wants to rent n college house I suppose said Mr Osborne Duty always pleasure with Treasurer preccdCRI he felt he must go at once invited the remaining guests to her home for a game of flinch which invitation was gladly accepted ns they desired to witness the reception of the happy couple by their self invited guests After Mr and Mrs Osborne had somewhat recovered from their surprise Rev A E Thomson in well chosen words extended to them the congratulations of their friends and neighbors and presented to them a sufficient sum of money to purchase a leather upholstered Morris chair and some solid silver for their table Mr Osborno feelingly responded assuring his guests that much as ho appreciated their gift ho valued much more the lore andaffection that prompted it The guests withdrew to the lawn where refreshments were served STUDENT EXCURSIONS- For the opening of the Fall Term of Berea College will Ira run from the following points FROM CHICAGO via BIG FOUR railroad leaving the Illinois Central Depot on the Lake Front and Twelfth Street at 830 P M on Monday September 12 The excursion will be in charge of Mr Bruco Barton who twill sleet members of the party in the Main Waiting Room The train arrives in Cincinnati at 710 the next morning The faro iH800JFUOM BIG FOUR railroad leaving the Union Depot on the Lake Front at Bank and Water streets at 030 P M on Monday September 12 The excur sion will lx in charge of Mr Chas F Bender who will meet members of the party in the Ladies Waiting Room The train arrives in Cincin nati at 750 the next morning The fare from Cleveland to Berea is 300 FROM CINCINNATI via KEN TUCKY CENTRAL divison of the Louisville Nashville railroad lean ing the Central Depot at the corner of Central Avenue and Third street at 805 A M on Tuesday Septem ber 13 The excursion will bo in charge of Mr H M Racer who will meet members of the party in the Lower Waiting Room Time train arrives in Berea at 111 P M The faro from Cincinnati to Berea is J200 ALL SHOULD BE ON HAND at least one hour before the train is scheduled to leave in order to pro cure tickets in a body chock baggage etc which cannot well be dono until all are present The persons in charge of the various parties will wear Berea College colors Cream and Blue DO NOT FAIL to wear the colors as they will be time means of indeutification Any furtheriu format ion regarding the excursions or any other mutters will be cheerfully furnished if you will write to ViuJ3 GAMBLE Secretary Berea College BE REA COLLEGE Class in Agriculture Judging Stock EDUCATION FOR FARMERS The question an to whether the fey who means to tiara shall go to col logo or not is ono which has not boon settled yet in the miudrf of ninny people in spite of the success that huts been achieved by largo numbers of time boys who have attended our schools of Agriculture It is true that n majority of time boys who graduate from a four years course in Agriculture do riot nt pro sent go back to the farm but that is lx causo the demand for that class of men in time xpcrimcnt stations and time United States Department of Agriculture is so great It does not necessarily follow that IHXXIUSO a young man ns a result of hiss education la wanted to fill one of these positions that time sane win cation would not be a great advant age to him on tho farm It is truo that time school of Agri THE TRADE SCHOOL nV CHAS KINO Conditions governing the training of young people for tho battle of life have changed very materially during the past forty years ninth in no phono of this training have there IxMii greater changes than in tho method of tnide instruction The old apprentice system began to IK obsolete about time time of tho Civil War lured master mechanics realized that the ancient system of indenture was net suited to modern needs For n numler of years after this tho only way for n young man to learn a trade wins to go to work for n man to do what ho could and if he wns ambitious null anxious to loam the workmennnd often his employer would answer his quotations but it wasnft ones business to nee lint ho learned thoroughly In fact the average employer would use him the way in which hi could lx monde to yield tho most profit In time course era few years tho supply of finished workmen was not equal to the demand and this is tho reason that there has been such an influx of foreign workmen who have in ninny localities practically mono jxilizod tho finer grades of work Time American employer had much rather employ his own countrymen but the demand for fine workmen was con tinuous and increasing and so they canine from the most convenient CIIAX A KINO Instructor In Carpentry Drawing and Sloyd course of supply which was Europe Another reason why tho racks of native American workmen were im poverishelwas that silly sentiment which looks down upon a man in overalls as being of a lower grade of humanityThis ninny bright young men whom nature intended for mechanics from following their nat ural bent mid instead made them into second grade doctors lawyers or preachersThis condition is now being remedied as time natural llult of tho rapid growth of manual training technical and tnulo schools which are training a generation of men who will look upon mechanical industries as tho backbone of our nation on it was of England This dearth of American workmen became obvious and many of our manufacturers anti business men began searching for a remedy Thoesult was that tmdo schools wero started in a small way nt first but being liberally patron ized they wore organized innenrl every center of industry routnow they are turning out hundreds of young men annually who are at once assimilated into the industrial lifo of I I culture cannot undertake to teach the boy every detail about raising crops and stock If it should attempt that parrotlike performance tutu boy would bo brought into time condition of the young woman who was raising her baby by one of thewj modern in fnut looks and did not know what to do when it fell out of tho cradle because time rules did not say anything about an emergencyof that kind An Agricultural college can not teach the boy in a few years what his Gather has learned in a lifetime but it can teach him sonic other things which his father line not learned It can nnd dots give him n wido knowledge of farming as it In carried on in time whole country So thttt wherever ho begins to farm he has commie ideas of how to go to work It will teach loach him why crop especially those like clover will not grow well on wet sour lund and how tho localities in which they settle They have learned the higher parts of their work as well as the use of tools and the ordinary problems of construction and almvo all they have learned what constitute good piece hlenllwhichattain Nearly all of time youug men who have completed the trade course at Beroa are still working at their trade and are in demand as young men of character and ability KLIJAII P DIZXRV AMt Vt n t t ITtjarntorjr Drpartmrnr Some of them are using their trades to assist them to further edu cation others have taken up their lifes work as carpenters nUll from time to time they write very pleasant things of time timo theyspout nt Beroa If space permitted we would like to print somme of their letters but wo can only use a few extracts O R McNutt Class 01 left heron amid went to worloas a carpenter in a few months was promoted to a foreman ship and is now ono of u firm which hns over twenty thousand dollars in contracts on hand mid more in sight Ho says that ho would not take ono thousand dollars for his four years at Boron if it could possibly lx dis posed of Ho also adds that ho finds work a pleasure instead of n burden E B Chancy Class 01 located at Cleveland Ohio tolls in a very cordial letter tho value Boron has beau to him in character building nnd how much he learned hero which ho found invaluable when ho went to work upon actual construction Tho drawing which he learned at Berca has enabled him to tarn extra money nnd bettor still raises him above the average of his fellow workmen Ho uow lane a flume position which pays forty cents per hour Willinm Tosh Class 03 is now student foreman of repairs at Heron College worked some months nt St Louis as a carpenter nnd aside from the knowledge of tools and general work ho gained during his trade course tho drawing enabled him to do work which would otherwise have been given to some ono else He con skiers the two years spent at Boron trade school n good investment mid recommends rely young man desiring to learn tho carpenters trade to come to BoreaThomas L Francis Class 02 is now one of a firm of carpenters and builders at Salem Alabama He says that ho began work thoro a stranger and found that his work averaged up over his follow workmen who bad had many years of experience His ability to draw plans made him so vulunlo that his employer tool him in a partner rather than allow him to go to work for someono to correct the evil It will tench him how plants take up their fail from time soil and nir amid ntnko their growth how tho roil is formed and what is in il nlllt how to iiicrouse its crop gnwing power In this way ho will lx nblo to got more unjoymont out of tilt materials with which ho has to work will bo more interested in his work Sad will do it in a Ixttor and morn intelligent way lime course in Agriculture Boron whilo only a two yours course mid therefore not ns complete ns some in still a very practical course for the boy who intends to farm It treats very fully the subjects of soils crops mid live stock Ixwides giving the student some knowlcdgo of physics horticulture and otology all of which art t ry useful to tilt farm er especially in this age of machinery oral numerous lined K sts F E HAMILTON tlReS G Damon Class 01wrilt from Lituhfiold Ohio thnt ho lonrn od nil that wilts necessary for n com moo cnrpontor to know amid that his employers told him that his work cnni arod favorably with men of from ten to fourteen years oxiMtrienoo Ono year ago lust Juno he wont to work for fIrlO lwr day anil his wages have Isrn increased to SJIlfi isr day in onn years tTmo IIn adds that his two years nt Heron worn well spout Then is no excuse for n young man who line a luedinniunl land W- lIIuillillft n laborer It is easily with in his roach to become a mevhnniu nnd have his part in limn worlds work Nearly nil our students tit pend much uMntlior earnings whilo nt tending Ikreii and ns they improve their jwy increases There hums never yet Lana n time when n eoHn1s otoiit nnd nmbitiotts student huts not hind nil that ho could do while attending school at Huron Most Powerful Vessel In the American Navy Launched at Newport Newt owport News Aug 29MIM Jima alta La Londo n member of a most dis tinguished Creole tamlly of New Orleans crashed a bottle of native wine on tbo prow of tho Louisiana Satur day aril amid a storm of cheering shrieking whistles and the music of a band tho great battleship tho most powerful fighting vessel In the Amer ican navy glided easily from the dry dock of tho Newport News Shipbuild trig Dry Doc Co A special train boro Oov W W Heard Lieut Oov Sanders Miss La Lando and n party of prominent Louis lanans to Newport Now Oov A J Montague and his staff Hr Adm Har rington a delegation of naval officers from Washington anti n party ot offi cers from Ft Monroo met tbo guests ILLICIT SALOONS WRECKED Wives of Prominent Business Men of Cuba Kan Did It Cuba Kan Aug 29Four Illicit saloons wero wrecked by women hero and rauch liquor destroyed Mrs O Flies and Mrs William McDonald wives of prominent business men armed with hatchets first entered without warning the placo run by Den Hull Without ceremony they began to smash everything In sight and soon thoy had demolished bar and fixtures and broken every bottlo and opened every keg to bo found Later they wero Joined by 25 other women nnd tho entire party raided tho other thrco places In Cuba Tho stocks nnd fix tures at each wore destroyed In prompt order Finally the women spilled Into tho street a great quantity of keg beer that had been confiscated and stored at the city jail BY MINE GUARDS One Negro Killed and Another Beaten Into Insensibility Birmingham Ala Aug 29John Trimble a Negro employed by a brick company was shot dead by the guards at Graves mines Sunday and Willis Taylor a Negro school teacher was set upon by a crowd of Negro strikers at Adnmsvlllo and beaten Tho Ne gro Trimble had been discharging a pistol around tho mines and when ordered to atop fired on tho guards Inflicting n Yeah wound in the band of Qoorgo Roebuck a deputy shorter The officers fired killing tho Negro Instantly Tho Negro school teacher was beaten It la said because ho urged tho union miners to go back to fork A Closo Shava causes a hur stinging son aPararnluphinstantly Knepst he fucn smooth mill hflnlthy anil prevents L II tinnmtion Moral IKo Inr eimpli ivft rhlmviiiK S K VcliJr Druggist PUBLIC SALE II iviiif lwx ii itpp liolcd leceivi r of thstock nf gtKxIs iif A hump Hun will IfllCl1 to rifer tliom nt public unction ht BrtI Ky on Stitmliiy Septettmherpd HUM nt U oclock A M I hilt is in ex collint eoiKlitioiumil consists of Dry Goods Notions Show Groceries Jew tdry Moim niul Boys Clothing nnd will bo sold nn n on lit of His- tIIHI for niiv amount oxcwwlingh 00 nnd nnv nmouiit iiuilnr Jfi 00 will ht cftkh in limed A note with approved security will htlft quired for any limo pun hiasw WJTATUM Hooeiver Mothers Dont Suitor WI h NotiralKin lUiounmUnm IniiiH in thn hack etc Innirnmph relieves nud euros such nilmoiitfl Ixxwiso it OJHUIS tilt MHOS induce HWimliiifr mind drntvfl out till fever and ihllitm umtioii It wxthoH it cools it uuriM Km p it Ixjttln in your lama 1ont IIIIIIL ovary day S Iulcll Jr Druggist REMOVED IIIIVH movxt from Big Hill to house Ky Writ to mo nt Huron or cMI for mo nt the 1nlthtt IItluw 9 HIUn J1 WIMUNS WANTED NICK COUNTIIV HAMS IlnrUr Iluxuelv Uiehmoml Ky FOR SALEITGOOD MILOIl CXV UIMluMliin Boron Kv tf CLEAN OLD NIRIVSIAIhhlS A large Iltllfnr ft touts hquini nt Tin CITIZEN Oilico IS BUILDING LOTS In Her n 1a louKinK to thn John O lt imtnto SNcinl iuduc iiioiits In Ilrlhr of entire tract J P HiuUiiell lioien icyIFOR RENT AN H rOOM IIOUSK on Comer Start Good well IUtIn and barn Grill on or write to J1 Binn nnmn Honm ICy tf l A Boys Wild RUlo For Lira With family nroiind expecting him to die nud A win riding for life 18 miles to get DrICinl4 Now Dicoverj for Consumption Coughs and Coldn W II Brown of INIII ville Indiendured ilonthHnKonieH from hIM but this wonderful uiiHlicino gave in slant rolitf and soon cured him lie writes Inow nlep Roundly every night Like marvelous cured of Consumption Inoumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds nod hip prove its matchh8 merit for nil Thront anti Lung tmublm Guaranteed bottles rnOtI Jl 00 Trial bottlw free nt East End Drug Co- MURDERER LOCATED 1His House Was Burned and He Was Wounded By a Mob Macon an Aug 29A few days ngo J A Illahop n prominent farmer of Wllrox county was murdered on an Atlantic nnd Ulrmlngham train by a Negro who at onco escaped The mur derer was located Sunday night near tho vllltgo of Rebecca Ho refused to leave tho house It was burned by the mob and tho Negro running out was shot though not fatally Ho has It Is said mado a confession Implicating others who aro now being sought for When these are taken the mob holding tho wounded man vllL ilccldo upon further action flio namo of the Negro Is Scott 1 Vast Forests Ablaze Vancouver II C Aug 29Jorest fires are raging In llrltlnh Columbia moro furiously than over It Is esti mated that CO000000 worth of timber Is burning a loss In royalties to the province of over 500000 At Point Grey seven miles ot fires are now burning Nine Oodles Recovered Antworp Aug 9Tho fire in thetoil tanks near hero continued Sunday but It is now practically ended Nino bodies have been recovered and soy oral nro still missing The loss la estimated at 10000000 gallons and tho damage nearly 2500000 A Fatal Shooting Affray Sliver City N M Aug 29ln a shooting affray hero Sunday Constable Iorfecto Rodriguez was killed Town Marshal Kllbourn was fatally and Patrick Nunn nnd Howard Cbonoweth badly wounded rllilTnTKKTIIINA for 1I11I1rl IIIls The bill for teething rhll tn n Ill lionRogulalOllany age and mnkpsteothinif OMHyni d costs only 25 cents nt Dyu gutu J THREE DAYS BATTLE KRropatI Iii Compelled to Draw in Ills Advanced Position J e Qeneral Disappointment IB Expressed By the Newspaper Correspondents thef8t rctcrftliurg Aug 29rAII the aowa from Mao Yung oKlclnl or other wine shows thnt Gun Kuropatkln la gradually drawing la hid advanced po slimes to the louur ring of his do fetuses After three days of heavy fighting the latter part of which wan Impeded by rain Uio Russians WEro compelled to disable nix guns which It was 1m l on lblo to tnlio from tho high post tions ovor thu muddy roads but dur Ing tbn fiGhting on time southern front they raptured some Japanese sum It reported also tout they destroyed same Japanese mountain batteries Gen Kuropatkln has not yet dls closed whether ho Intends to make a dtelMvc light ut Uao Yang General disappointment Is expressed by tho newspaper correspondents ni tho withdrawal now In progress Tho Atatcmant that the reserves were not railed upon to bold some of the positions which wpro abnnrtonwl seems to show that there le a strong force at Moo Yang wblih U not yet being ulllf0dA llIu correspondent In de Mirlblng tins two days fight of August 25 and 2C says The fight developed not only tile immense strength of the Japaiieco ar tillery but Involved wveral hand to hand fithtA nnd bayonet charges The first movement was niado by On NoJiu from Erdnh on the morn ing of August 25 with about a dl Yi vlxlon and a bait The Japanese con centrated the fire of nearly six guns on the Lain DIm Shan position rIDong timose guns wore mountain bat larioe and hwivlor cannon tho latter Including four Howitzer Tho Cos Racks tlh ked tho first attempt of the Japanese Infantry to advance In the direction of Tounslnpu Con KuroUl then joined In the attack and Ud a general assault preening heavily on the crater of the left flanXwhllo at tilt seine time attempting to turn the extreme left Tho advance began at 10 p in on August 26 tho Japan use following their usual ruslom of trying to force In the night a position wbleh had prove l Impregnable during the day Tho rllle fire gradually in creased until midnight whim the prin cipal attack was made on our loft The Japaaeo cnmo up tn solid masses throwing thtmsctvcM against our po itlon with wild shouts of Ranaal t Kvery attack wag rolled bark with tremendous lots At one place the Japatwe line broke and led In panic leaving the dead In heaps Wo followed with bayonet up to tho next line of Intrenehments and then there wile a lull until 4 oclock In tho morn Ing whIm reinforcement joined the attacker The Japanese again ad vanced wlowly and stubbornly coveredt hjr n hall of nrtlllery fire Wo re yy malnnd In our positions until 1 p m and then retired without even bringing tiP the ruMrfcs We foil back from Anpllan IIUM MayoJIn Slsollndzy TMROW and Chlllpul to the next po cltlon nil had been arranged before hand Our tauten Were about 1600 Tho Japanese losses are not known but they wen heavy London Aug 29The Dally Malls rorrospondent at Kobe In a dispatch dated Saturday last says Following q III the ixwltlon of lort Arthur The Jnpin m have raptured all the outlying fortifications but thu Rus inns Mill hold the citadel on Antxe ban Golden bill forts and tho forts on Tlpurn Tell and Llaoti mountain The Japancao are In possession of tho parade grounds and barracks under the Antnelmn fort on the outskirts Tho fell of Port Arthur is believed to be Imminent It Is believed that tho garrison will make a desperate sortie before the end comes Will Wed a Marquis Pads Aug 29Tho reported en gagement of Martina Potter Jones daughter of J D Jones thu wealthy Washington man to Marquis do Jaeta U nrotmlng great Interest In Florence The mnrqulH U a member of tho oldest noble house In Sicily Priest Barricaded In His House PltUburg Aug 29Tho priest of SL Nicholas Croatia church Alleghe ny In barricaded In hla houso under tho belief that an attempt to kidnap him will be made Tho situation Is the culmination of several months of trouble In tho church Nine Bodies Recovered n Antwerp Aug 29Tho fire In the oil tanks near hero continued Sunday i but It Is now practically ended Nino j bodies bate been recovered and soy 6 oral aro sun missing Tho loss la estimated at 10000000 gallons an- dy the damage nearly 12600000 r Falling Off In Shipment of Tea j Now York Aug 29Tho Importers hero say Importations from America this year Till probably bo 5000000 or 4000000 pounds less than the pre ceding IS months Tho experts say this Sailing off is only Indirectly due to the war between Japan and Russia Destitute of Smokeless Powder 1LondoD Aag20Thcs Toklo corre jllpondcnt of the Standard says Un official roporto atato that since tho ex plosion ot their magazines At tho foot of Llaoti bill tho Russians appear to be desjltutLof smokeless powder i Kentucky State News Items arGOES TO PEN F03 LIFE John Metralf Convicted of Committing Clns Crlm Lancaster icyAug 29Tho Jury In tho case of John Mutcalf charged with killing his brother Bon Metcalf In April 1903 returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at confinement In the penitentiary for life Six of tho jury wero for the death sentence Tho case without precedent In tho annals of crime of tho history of this county Tho killing resulted from tho homecoming of John Metcalf from Missouri In make his homo on his fa thers farm alter an absence of nine years Den Metcnlf had been living on tho farm and resented tho alleged intrusion of hits brother It was proved that John Metcalf went to Richmond purchased a pistol and tho next oven lug shot his brother down In tho pro once of bin father mother his wife his brothers wlfo and their children LODGED IN JAIL The Negro Is Charged With An Assault on a Llttfe Girl Cadiz Ky Aug 20Soonor lute a young Negro titan was brought here Sunday and lodged In jail charged with an assault ontho nlno year old daughter of Mark Clark a prominent farmer utter Roaring Springs into was employed as a farm hand by Mr Clark and the offonvo Is alleged to have bops committed oarly Sunday uii rnng Them Is much feeling against tho Negro In tho Roaring Springs neighborhood nnd there kayo boon some threats of lynching THE SOUTHERN ROAD Bought a Large Tract of Land at Som erset For Shop Lexington Ky Aug 29 Through tho filing of n deed In Somerset Ky whereby tho Cincinnati Southern Railway Co became tho purchaser of 200 norH of land adjacent to Its property in that city and for which this consid eration of 6400 was paid It Is now known that a removal of tho compa nY3 shops from Ludlow Ky nnd Cbat tannota Tonn will shortly take place and tine whole affair removed to Som erset Dropped Dead In a Saloon Covlngton Ky Aug 29 Hurford Clifton bettor known as Sparks died suddenly Sunday Clifton and William Huber barber stepped Into Jun t ns saloon at Russell avenue and Plkft street fur refreshments Sud denly Clifton sank to his knees and tiled tn a few minute of heart disease Seriously Injured By a Ball Dayton Ky Aug 29Frud mood while playing ball at the Dayton beach Sunday afternoon was struck In the 00 with a batted ball and seriously injured Ho was removed to Speers hospital whoro Dr Dennis attended him It not thought tho eyesight will bo permanently Inpalrod Strange Man Identified Covlngton Ky AUIj20Atler con rlderable Turnkoy Fred Mnurur leantcd the name of the strange demented man found wander Ing about the hills In Control Coving ton Saturday Ho said bis name was Prank Sprier age 43 and lived In Campbell county Gusher on Clover Creek nurkcsvllle Ky Aug 9Tbo New Domain 011 Co has struck n gusher on tho John J Ncoloy farm on Clover crook three inlles southeast The well is flowing over 1000 barrels of oil a day and Is spouting It over the tip of the derrick which Is 70 feet In height Legislators Son Indicted Sergent Ky Aug 29 Indictments have been returned against John D Pugate William Haynes anti Rlloy Candlll son of Representative Watson Caudill In the Lotchcr circuit court for the murder of Deputy Sheriff Jas M Day near Whltesburg May 30 Boys Built Automobile Newport Ky Aug 29Ohio and Cleveland Dye sons of J Prank Dye the wellknown sand dealer as the re suit of friendly banter with their fa thor have successfully built a racing automobile Tho machine develops great power Hit By a FoulDall Paducah Ky Aug 29ln Sundays game played here between Hopkins vlllo and Vlncenncs Catchier Lemon of tho latter team was hit under the heart by a foul ball and seriously hurt Ho is not thought to be In a dangerous condition Withdraws From the Race Harrodsburg Ky Aug 29Col L D Moore Sunday afternoon withdrew from tho race for congress In this the Eighth district leaving a clear Hold to O G Gilbert of Sholbyvilln Ills action will not como as a great surprise Was Known In Louisville Louisville ICy Aug 29 Marguer Ito Clayborno Story who committed suicide In Cincinnati Sunday was well known In Louisville She had a flat on Broadway nnd was tho protege ot- a wealthy citizen who Is now dead Jumped Into the Cistern Covlngton ICy Aug 29 Despond ency over her Illness is supposed to havo been tho cause that led Mrs Frank Wagner 33 Rodgers street La tonlo to end her life by jumping Into a cistern at her home THE SPEED CONTEST y Barney Oldfleld Lost Control of Ills Automobile v Two Men Were Killed and OioVisId Painfully Hurt The Machine Went Through a Fence and Was Completely Demolished St Louis Aug 29 Blinded by the dust thrown by tho swiftly moving ma chine of A C Webb of Toledo 0 Uarncy Oldflold of Cleveland 0 lust control of his machine In a false start of the fifth event of tho Worlds fair automobile speed contests Sunday and crashing through tbo outer fence of tho course Instantly killed John Scott a watchman employed ut tho park and Inflicted iuJurlcH upon Nathan Mont gomory a Negro from which lie died a few hours later Oldflold was pain fully Injured and his machine com pletely demolished Thu accident occurred after a false start Tho flagman vainly attempted to signal Oldfiold and Webb who wero leading that the start was not allow ed but thoy did not see his flag and continued around tho course at a high rate of IIp8elIShortly after passing tho first turn of the mile track Webb secured tho lend by a narrow margin nnd the men wore In R relatively same when passing the thre positionI In making tho turn Webbs skidded and raised a bllndln machllloI of dust that completely field and half amathorml him Not being able to see that be had completed tho turn Oldflcld continued his course and crashed through the fenceWhen Oldflold failed to appear after Webb had emerged from tho duet cloud there was considerable excitement but as It was announced that he was not seriously Injured and shortly after ward be wits driven to tho clubhouse In an It was not onernllI ulttIIIralallyThe race after a short delay run beingwon by Webb bya InrgoI margin It wits tho most event of tho day the prize Louisiana Purchase exposition trophy valued at 1500 After the races Barney Oldflold said This race Is my Inst I am through with the game as fns as rac ing Is concerned I may take part IIII exhibitions but no more contests me w This is tho second serious accident that Barney Oldflold has figured In At Grossc Polntc Detroit a row years 111annnbroken ILLICIT SALOONS WRECKEDI Wives of Prominent Business Men of Cuba Kan Did It Cobs Kan Aug 9Four illicit saloons wero wrecked by women here and much liquor destroyed Mrs 10Fltca and Mrs William McDonald wives of prominent business men arm ed with hatchets first entered without warning the place run Hen Hull Without ceremony they began to smash everything in sight and soon they had demolished bar and fixtures and broken every bottle and opened every keg to be found Later they wore joined by 25 other womon and the entire party raided the other threo places In Cuba Tim stocks and fix urea at each wore destroyed In prompt order Finally the womon spilled Into the street a great quantity of keg beer that hind been confiscated and stored at the city jail HOTEL KEY FOUND Attached Was a Card Saying Good Bye World Water Wont Toll 832 Niagara Palls N Y Aug 29A key has been found In tho park near tho American rails with a card attached on which was written Good byo world water wont tell 882 The po lice learned that tho key belonged to tho Prospect house It fitted tho door of a room engaged by 1 M Halory of Charleston W Va Halcry who came hero two weeks ago mysteriously die appeared leaving ills baggage behind him Tho authorities think he con muted suicide Caused the Womans Death Chicago Aug 29 Excitement at tending tho quick accumulation of wealth and its sudden loss through speculation on the open board of trade Is said to have been the cause of the death of Miss Marguerite nelly who killed herself In Harlem a few days ago Vast Forests Ablaze Vancouver B C Aug 29 Forest tires are raging In British Columbia more furiously than ever It ia esti mated that 160000000 worth of timber Is burning a loss in royalties to the province of over 500000 At Point Grey seven miles of fires are now burning Man Afflicted With Leprosy LjSalle Auff 29 Matthew Nu a furnaco man employed In the Illinois Zinc Cos plant In Peru was found to bo suffering from pro nounced leprosy by a commission con sisting of all the physicians In LoSalla and some county officials Philippine Commerce Washington Aug 29 During the nine months ended March last the total commerce of tho Philippine Islands shows an increased value of more than a million dollars according to a statement given out Sunday IIIii DEVISES A NEW MEAL General Staff Gets Up a Substitute for the Old Form Which Has Been Copied So Generally A new design for a government med al of honor has been adopted It Is to take the place of the old medal which has been copied so generally by outside military and social organizations f The emblem of the Grand Army Is said to be an almost exact duplicate of tile old medal of honor The new design la the work of tho general staff and Is said to be entirely satisfactory to the limited number of people who have seen it- Congress made an appropriation of 12000 at the last session for tho man ufacture of a new lot of medals which are to be issued to replace those now out provided the soldiers desire to ex change them General Gillespie formerly chief of engineers has been the loader in the movement to adopt a new design for the medal of honor Bids have been asked from a number of manufacturers on the cost of furnishing a large number of the medals and the proposals will be opened at the war department shortly The new medal which Is to be made from light gun metal Is a distinct departure from the old pattern ALIENS FILL OUR PRISONS Report of Commissioner of Immigration Shows a Startling Con ditlon of Affairs startling condition of affairs Is IA by a recent report of Commis General of Immigration Sar gent It shows the number of aliens In confinement In penal and charitable Institutions In the United States dur lug the first four months of the pres thosejyearsI in the InsUtn tlons covered by the report 28939 otiUnited States Of this number 3995 offensesIare Insane and 14604 are paupers New York leads in the percentages PhlladelphhI FINED FOR PUBLIC HUG Kentucky Judge Admonishes Young i Mountaineer for Embracing Sweetheart oa the Street Edward McKeehan a young mountaineer of Lexington Ky was fined three dollars and costs for hugging his pubUcICockrill feud sUe was approached by McKeehan and they embraced each other fondly Later in the evening they were seen on Main street passionately kissing and hugging A policeman took them to the station where the girl told JudseRlley she had not soon her sweetheart since the breaking out of the feud when ho was forced to leave Jackson Judge RIley allowed her to go but fined the young man and admonished him to be more careful Hint for the Wise Physicians are alarmed at tho high rate of Infant mortality in New York Wise babies will continue to be born In Chicago remarks the Dally News of tbat city and spend their early yearn here even If they do expect to the la Nuw York later on- MARKET REPORT j Cincinnati Aug 27 CATTLECommon 2 75 0 4 00 Heavy steers 4 65 0 6 15 CALVES Extra 9 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 70 0 5 75 Mixed packers 5 40 0 5 65 SHEEP Extra G 3 50- LAMBSExtra 25 0 6 60 FLOUR Spring pat 00 0 6 25 WHEATNo2 rod 1 10 0 1 11 No 3 winter 1 02 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 0 3314 RyENo2 74 0 76 HAY Ch timothy 012 25 PORK Mess 013 15 LARD Steam 7 00 0 7 25 lWTrJomCh dairy tilt 10 Choice creamery 0 20 a APPLES Choice 2 00 0 2 25 POTATOES Per bbl 1 50 0 1 75 TOBACCO New 5 25 01 25 Old 475 014 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 00 0 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 05 0 1 On No3 spring 107 0 10- COnNNo2 mixed 0 53V4 OATSNe 2 mixed 31 0 3Ui RyENo2 71 0 71y PORK Mess 11 60 011 65 LARDSteam 6 87Y2 6 90 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 90 0 5 23 WHEATNo2 red 01 08 CORNNo2 mixed 0 59YJ OATSNo2 mixed 359 36Y PORK Family 13 60 015 00 LARD Steam i 7 35 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 0 1 033+ CORNNo 2 mixed 0 5- 8OATSNo2 mixed 0 39- CATTLESteers 5 25 0 5 50 HOGSWestern 6 25 0 6 35 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 0 107 CORN No 2 mixed 0 57 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 43 LARD Steam 0 7 75 FORK Mess 13 50 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 110- CORNNo2 mixed 0 5- 5OATSNo2 mixed 4 0 3214 s TILE RUNAWAY Evtt flnco tho world was roonr Striving fast and taster Hunanay and toady Tongue Tries to be the master It youll only hark a bit Not a moment has bt quit nut he has the honest wit When he meets disaster To perceive that Thtnka 1t Is tie greater master And nest limo If he is wire lie Icti TUnka bit advise Prank Walcott Hull in Youths Companion BIG FUN WiTH WINDMILLS No Other Toy That Can Be Made at Home Affords Such VariedIAmusement Why dont more boys and girls too have fun with windmills A simple windmill is easily made It Is lively where there Is wind and it may become a part of as many Interesting toys as un ingenious person can con triveThe mill described hero Is sluple and strong but will go Take two pieces of pine an inch and a half square seven Inches long Lay them across each other at right angles and mark each piece to be notched out as shown at d figure L The notch In each piece goes half way through Whittle down the edges B and C un til the arm of the blade is less than onequarter of an Inch thick Then turn the stick and whittle tbo other end In the same way only commencing on the edge A and the ether edge that cannot be seen In the drawing This will make the blade on one end just the opposite way from that turnI IIO77 TO MARE TIlE MILL other end See figure 2 Goth pieces are made alike and when put together they make the wheel as seen In figure 3 Bore a quarter Inch hole through the center and with ji small knife blade whittle It square The frame may be made of fine strips one Inch square If the wood is only seveneighths or threequarters 3f an inch thick better cut the pieces about two Inches wide Top and bot tom pieces are seven inches Ions the uprights are nine inches The crosspiece is put In four inches from tho top to brace tho frame and to steady the upper end of the spindle Put the frame together with long slender wire nails The axle better be of a harder wood than pine and should be made perfectly smooth It may be half an Inch thick The end S is whittled square to fit the hole In the wheel It should flt so tight that it must be driven In Before the axle ir put in the frame a washer or two cut out of lojUheV should bo slipped on tho axle to keep the wheel entirely clear from tho frame When placing the axle in the holes slip on another washer which will remain at N and then put a small wire nail through tho axle ut that point Put another washer and nail at V The post may stand In the ground or be nailed to a fence or to the roof of any building The spindle may boI either a stout wire as shown here or a rourd sUck like the axle Tho fan Is wlik and very thin A large shingle will do quite well The power of tho windmill will be much Increased If a wing Is fastener to each arm tot the wheel These also may be made of shingle They must be light and strong If the wings aroused the shoulder S must bo longer to keep the wheel clear of the frame The end of the axle at W Is also whittled square In a piece of hardwood two anti onehalf Inches long onehalf Inch thick and one inch wide make a square hole figure 6 Ths must flt closely the end of the axle at W A small screw is driven near the end O This makes a crank which turns as the wheel revolves Now the wheel Is ready for the wind and wq are ready to devise moving figures for the mill to drive One such Is suggested herea see saw Cut the figures out of thin wood or heavy pasteboard color them In any fantastic way put ribbons about tin necks If you choose and then tack them to a slender piece of wood IS Inches long Make two small holes In this piece at P nnd T Through P drive a small ocrew Into the frame at H Another slender strip of proper length goes from T on the seesaw board to the crack 0 and Is fastened by screws All three of these screws ut H T and 0 uusv fit thn holes rather loosely Now you can see that when the nxld revolves the crank will turn and two children will havo a game saw that world make you and thesejzy The seesaw stick can be at pleasure or the figures changed A very fnnny looking saw might have a monkey on one leIrand an angry cat with her back up oawthe other A great variety of other figures may be made such as a dairy maid churn ing a boy grinding a coffee mill a carpenter turning a brace a man sawing wood a dancing jack a kicking mule two figures bowing the figure of ti largo head with the lower jaw opening and closing OUt 1theIts bewjed mate on a hollow tube that fits closely over the spindle and has rooted wheel at 1t1 lower end ajtween the post and the frame tubeand of course the grooved vheel would revolve as the axle did Thus the power could be carried from the wheel by a pulley cord Into the t house and attached to all sorta of con trivances there There is no end of fun In a windmill when the wind blowsSt Louis GlobeDemocrat DIED GIVING FIRE ALARM Canine Hero Saved Ten Persons aed Then Lost Ins Own Life bg Being Suffocated The heroism of a dog a plain story of not uncommon animal Intelligence which is not without Its pathos Las aroused the Interest of Somerville real dents who almost overlook thO inMtnitude of the service rendered in expressions of regret at the outcome Jack a pet by day and a watchman by night was the property of Herbert- E Bowman a druggist in Magoua square Between 1230 and one oclock the other morning the height of Tacks vigil there occurred a tIre In Mr Vow mans store duo it Is believed to spontaneous combustion Tact was alive to it in a twinkling With a bound he was on his feet at yie firsIsmell of smoke He was helplessithough not without a his trust The loudest bark was all he could give and he gave it Leaping about pawing madly at the front dooo and lifting his tones with all his strength he raised the alarm Above the store where there are tenements occupied by ten persons la all tho cries of Jack gave first warn ing of the danger that lay beneath Before the smoke had penetrated through the floors every one of the sleepers had been aroused and hurried to a place of safety Meantime Jack had not ceased his efforts Ills yelps though not as fre- Quent midas loud as at first showed him mindful of his duty The door was forced though the smoke which burst out was unbearable Jack lay on the floor dead Suffocated the firemen lldDoston Globe GAME OF HOOP BOUNCE A Test of Skill Which Will Tax the Ingenuity of the Brightest Olrl or Boy This game Is a test of skill In hoop rolling As a rule children grow to be quite expert in guiding their hoops and can perform such feats as return rolls and bouncing hoop with a great deal of cleverness Five pegs or sticks are required la this game per dimensions slrown In diagram and placed according to measurements shown Standing at a distance of 15 feet from the pegs each player must endeavor to roll his hoop through either of the two openings to left or right of the tall peg If they pass through safely they will strike the string or rope and rebound PLAYING AT KOOP BOUNCE falling possibly over one of the three pegs The middle peg more difficult than the rest counts 20 points while the two smaller ones score ten points each It will bo found possible to exercise cleverness in manipulating the hoops as a jerk or twist or firm roll will tend to give the rebound Its necessary force First of all the hoop must bo rolled skillfully enough to make it pasa through the two openings If a hoop falls upon a peg before It rebounds from the string tho player loses his chances of count for that time and other players follow In quick succes sloe Tho string used In this game on tho two black pegs should be of sufficient strength to give firm resistance to the hoops when they are rolled and the more strength put In the roll the more opt the hoops are to circle the winning pegs Cincinnati Enquirer- S This Scheme Worked TedDid you ever know ona of those getrlchqulck schemes to pan out Ned Toms did He eloped with a millionaires daughter Town Teplsei r HIIIIIfor 1111111111111 111 11111 I H I III 1111111111 II I Eastern Kentucky News no eonespondece pllbUlle4 miles sileed In ta by tile writer Tile name Is not for pabUeatloa bet u as evldeace of good tamh Write plainly LLLLLLLtt iIIi1t1tIfMADISON COUNTY e WALLACETON The teachers of the Glade Magisterial District will hold an association at the Christian Chapel near Wal laceton on Sat September 3 930 to 3 A very interesting pro gram has been arranged An ice cream festival will be held at the samo place immediately following the association Proceeds for tho bc alt of tho Library All are cordially in vited to bring their friends EiniA J HAAOFN le Aug 22Rlw Thompson Baker has returned to Temple ToxnsG- n Gabbard is in McKee Ned Gab r bard of Jackson County visited his brother G B Gabbard last week Dan Gabbard has moved to CIaI CountyG C Brockmans foot was hurt by a rock falling on itGridel- I Wallace is n little bettor Henry I Wiley is expecting to RO to Illinois Solomon Taylor left yesterday for Illinois BEAR KNOB Aug 23Mrs Martha Parks of Fairlaml Ill is visiting hur mother Mrs James HartMrs Will Ham inoiul and daughter and Miss Dink t Bey Lake visited Mrs B Harris at Big HillA C Harts baby tins been siekJolm Brewer tins moved into his new house John Bickucll l has gone to IndianaMrs John Carpenter of Cooksburg visited her father John Brewer Supt Ballard of Kockcastlo County visited at J W Lakes PEYTONTOWN Aug 15Rev Geo Miller preached hero SundayThomas Miller is out againUe G IICampbell preached at Midway SunI dayGeo Wright and Miss Hattie Burnam entertained Thursday nightMrs Eliza Chambers enter tained Saturday night Miss Mary Merritt goes to Richmond to attend tho institute Wednesday Roberl Newman visited Mrs Allcna Rice SundayHarry Fife died Saturday nightMrs Ellen White has re t turnetl from a visit at Big Hill and Now Liberty ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Aug 2DMiRBCS Mary and Jennie Todd of Paint Lick visited J W Todd last weokMrs Nannie Ham moml has a large school and is haying good successA protracted meeting is going on at Macedonia Throe joined SundayA Sunday school has been organized at Walnut Grove and is progressing nicely visitIAug 20J W Baker went to Louisville Monday W M Baker and family have moved to Corbin J A Sams and wife were over Sun day to see their son R B Sams who is recovering from a severe attack of typhoid feverThe Livingston Lumber Company is preparing to builda fine brick building in Living stouTho typhoid patients all are improingii BOONE Aug 20Died August 27I Savauah tho lilllo baby of Mri and Mrs Joseph Wren Burial in Fair view burying ground Henry Ham blip Jr of Paint Lick visited here SundayJ M Nave of Conway was hero FridayG L Wren bought a wagon and yoke of oxen from H Hurst for 1l01Ir and Mrs J B Coylo visited in Jackson county last weekD N Martin of Conway was hero Friday Ho is well pleased with his Angora goats Bockpof Rockford is visiting hero OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Aug 26J R Kidd son anti daughter of Big Stone Gap Va have been visiting in this counly Ivon Fro is very lowP M Fryo is re covering A revival mooting is in progress at Ramios Chapel Tho Methodist Association will bo held at Conons Chapel tho first Sunday in September There aro several cases of measles in Oak Grove district Lee Conklcton is working on Island CreokA B Catmack and Paris Smith attended London fair DOORWAY Aug 26Isaac Daniel had a bean stringing Friday eveuingJohn Paco and soninlaw of Vapassed through hero on their way homo from Bullskin Jesse Dean lost eighteen dollars last Wednesday George Burns is building a dam in Buffalo creek to which ho will attach two water mills They uro certainly needed hero Green Burns and wife are visiting friends on Rooster Branch John Gilbert whoso log was broken several hvdaysago is in a critical condition 14 I a r THE CITIZEN BOONEVILLE Aug 2411 C Combs has n brickkiln ready fox burning E E Hogg is attending tho special term of tho Jackson County Circuit Court 1Mrs D H Reynolds died with consumption on Monday and was buried at tho Shepherd grave yard Bro S K Ramey preached the fun eralOne of Win Napiers toys 0 years old was cut in time back with a knife and probably fatally wounded by n little boy about 13 years old at the Rose school on Meadow Creek Dr AM Gloss and W D Wilson have returned from the Worlds Fair There is much dissatisfaction hero over the action of tho Committeemen in issuing a certificate of election to Dr Godfrey Hunter JACKSON COUNTY ALCORN Aug 28The County Supt reports the attendance of tho schools ho visited last week as follows Pupils Pupils in No in census attendance 65 27 12 86 72 31 liS r3 2i 2 87 62 62 63 Hi il 40 rr 91 2s- Ir 3fi 17 48 3i 20 40 60 2i 61 40 lfi 18 Gl 20 Total number in the variousdistricts 080 Total number in attendance 330 It was observed by tho Supt that while tho majority of teachers were doing excellent work there was a general tendency among tho teach ers to promote their pupils too rapidly consequently poor recitations resulted MCKEE Aug 28W F Welch and wife are visiting hero Mr Welch has sold his stock of hoods in Bowling Green where he has been the past six months and contemplates locating at London Mr and Mrs Geo W Collierof Welchburg will make their homo with their sou Grant at this place Work will begin today on the bank building and McKeo will have a bank by October 15 It will be a branch of tho Berea Bank James Hays Jr will lie cashierS- N Welch is in Berea this week CLAY COUNTY BRIGHT SHADE Aug 22Tbero was preaching last Saturday and Sunday at Mud LickMrs Luiza Smith was bap tized Saturday by Rev Collingame Born to M H Frederick and wife a bouncing boyJ M Thompson visited hero Saturday Frank Wagers is hero again Mias Mary Mor gan is teaching at Goose Rock Andrew Manning was married last week to Miss Dora Broughton of Knox CountyD B Smiths little boy who has been sick is improving Col S H Webb has moved his office from Manchester to London KyDr Anderson of Manchester and Dr Webb of this place were in consultation last weekAllen Franco died last week with pneumonia leav ing a wife and one child A Good Turn It doesnt take man long to learn When calling on a lass The way to do a friendly turn In to turn out the gDs Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better thar others Soil may be the sam and seed may seem the sane out some plants are weak and ithcrs strong And thats the way witl younf11I1t5 line care but some grow big id strong while others stay mall andweak Scotts Emulsion offers an 15 way out of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation not because of lack of food but because the food docs not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strengthWhatever the cause of weak growScottsit and set the matter right Send for free sample Scott A llowne ChrntUU lcail St New York uc anti tjoo all druguUU 1 I Our Popular Scholarship Contest tI o TilE CITIZENS offer of Freo Tuition in Berca College for two terms to bo given to the two most popular young eoplo in each of the eight sur passAsLee County Mary Fader 1200 Clay Combs 050 Floyd Lucas 500 II McGuiro tOO Stella Thompson 200 Madison County Bessie hays 1175 Claude Dellauu875Vall-aco Adams GOO Tonnnio Baker 375 Pearl Gay 300 Maggie Lou eu 275 Clay County Susie Sparks 1050 Ida Bengo I501- V M Rico 1200 M M Robinson 11011 T E Burch 050 Chas Combs 500 G J Jarvis 500 Mary Collins tOo Owslty County Nora Wilson sro Snowden Reynolds 000 Garfield Camplell450Di-ary Ray 4110 Flora Pendergrass 201 Burgoyno Botner 100 Nettie Treadway 100 B J Pendergrass 101 Jeanette Gabbanl 100 Read THE CITIZEN advertisement on pago 5 HOWARD for boys Erected in 1871 A LIVING FROM A TOWN LOT In a small western town some years ago there lived a man thought that horticulture could Iw made profitable on n small amount of ground This mans capital was limited The total area of landat his disposalwas a little less than one acre Ho had energy and ambition and a desire to make his efforts successful man selected as his two main crops strawberries and celery Oue fourth of an acre was devoted to strawberries onefourth of an acre to celery and onefourth of an acre to miscellaneous garden vegetables to ho sold in the town Tho problem was so to handle these crops as to secure the very highest returns for the outlay involved No other labor than that of tho man him self was needed Tho soil was or dinar but was made rich by tho application of stahlo manure The man developed system which in volved a shifting of crops each year This ho gathered from what ho could readwas necessary first was to avoid diseases and insects and sec ond to rest the land Eight thous and strawberry plants were put out on one quarter of the acre the plants all being grown in small pots so that they could lx planted in the latter part of Juno leaving tho ground free up to that time for miscellaneous vegetable crops The strawberries planted in Juno gave him a full bar Hall Prof J W Dinsmoro visited of Brodheod this week and found a calltiCulnew schoolhouse of one and three rooms each room a good attendance Tho teachers and wore greatly handicapped by the lack of books It hud not been decided whether to the county or state and a Jew looks of many kinds renderedsatisfactory work out of question ls Rockcastlo County Rachel Hibbord 500 E B Thompson 500 John McFerron 100 Fannie McClure 100 Mollie Carter 100 Minnie Nicely 100 Byrd DIcllnrguo100Jackson W L Begley 2100 Susie Watson 100 Laura Hat field 850 Samuel Davis 500 Lizzie Wilson 7 arm Nannie Click 800 Lucy Parsons 800 May Sparkman 800 C D Smith NX- Rouert Taylor 100 Estill County Katie Moores 750 Garnelt Powell 700 Ambrose Wilson 050 Theda Noland 500 Nora McGee 100 J H Richardson 200 Katie Winkler 200 D B Almnbaugh 200 Ilobert L COle 101 Logsdon 101 Nolan Cox 100 Jonas Coldwell 100 Sallie Wilson 100 HALL Tho oldest dormitory who The vest tho following May and Juno and from these plants till average yield amounted to f500 for his one quarter of an acre His celery IIP planted in Ihe later part of Julyon the ground that his strawberries had This celery was taken off in Ocololwr and tho ground was therefore free the next spring for his vegetable crops His onofourth of an acre of celery handled in this way gave him 100 average yield His miscellaneous vegetables grown in rotation such as green penA green beans beets lettuce and crops of this nature gave him 100 more making his receipts from Ids three quarters of an acre 1100 of which approximately 100 was extended for fertilizers necessary helpetc Such results could not have been ac complished except by rigid attention lo details His knowledge gained from the experience and experiments of others him that hits berries multI be made firm and hri htlOlor tai by tho application of phosphate manures lie brought to fear the discoveries of tho laboratory in pre vomiting the attacks of serious dis eases which otherwise would have injured his celery His to his customers were always fulfilled His products were always put up in good shape and thus by time application of scientific and business knowledge ho rondo n success of his operations LADIES HALL Ono of tho dormitories for young women Also contains the Boarding the schools story having pupils purchase adoption Miutho occupied taught promises Tho new schoolhouso at Brodhcad might well serve as n pattern for Hinall towns intending to build It proves how much tatter looking a three room ono story building in titan a two story Besides it is much more convenient It is in tho shape of alOT with time largest room for tho stern Good blackboards patont desks and nicely painted aro marks of tho good taste and good sense of the builders Carriage Satisfaction Here I hotlyfiniHhrnrriagpH invtnhibly give No hnttnr pluco to buy thAn HKUI2 No l ttor time to uy than NOW 1ricos down to Rock bottom QunlUioa up to Topnotch We repair and retire Get our prices F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Suffering Will Not Help Your but Will WeaKcn Your Nerves Folks who think It li better to bear pain limn noothc Itnro wrong Oldfaithloned doctor used to nay It wns totter IItCtIUIIiI they Unit nothing with which to Mae pain but danccrou hill rt J1Cztll drugs Hut now UNIt n unto remedy ban been found Dr Miles Antirain nil It In wrong to eultrr for nothing can be Riilnotl but weakened nerve A sate rule to remember Is When In pain take an Antirain Till Thla will mothe your aolverlnir nrrvea Dr Mlle Antifain IMlle relieve pain by restoring tho natural vecretlonii In which they differ from opium nrxl aim liar narcotic drugs which relieve pain by checking the action of the glands They are sure and Itarmleaa and are the latest medical treatment for tho cure of Headache Neuralgia Itaekiuhe Rhcumntkm nixilnws Toothache Btomathache Menstrual Monthly Pains Ala nerve Irritations like Sea 8l kneef CarSickness Eleeplemnega Indication eta Pleasant to take quick In results I lave used Dr Mile AntiTain Dlls for nick nervous hmtttoh ant have received the best results I hear tilT recommend their curatlvn proper tloft for they ore ucceastullWl- AY A WAT110S D D Iowa City Is Hold druggist nt I6o Money tack If flnit box does not help Never sold in bulk FREE IInPain Plllt New T for Inln Also Symptom lllank Our Specialist will dlitcnoao your tell you what wrong and Low to right Prce niC MJLJR MKUICAI CO UAURATOIUCa KLJUIAIIT IIOX a dltlttI1ttLIFIHitiIi I+tIH INDIGESTION I troubled with atom trouble Thedords mack me more good In one week than all the doo tors I took In a yearMn8 SARAH B OUIRVIELO EllctUTllle Ind- Tbedfonli Dlack Draught quickly invigorates and cures oven chronic cases of indigestion If you will take n amall do o flied fords Ulack Draught occa eionally you will kelp your LACEDRAUGHTMoreicknese than by nny other disease Thcdfords DlackDraught not only relieves but cures and and keeps the bowels regular Alf drugs to sell 25 cont Black Draught is time best medi cine to regulate the bowels I have ever GRANT Sneads Ferry N 0 COnSTIPATion Buggies PhaetonsRunabouts Surries tTraps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish repaint KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C Disease packag- esThedforde To Farther Increase Our Trade Wo oJfaring thin chmprnt goods out liuforo buying HfrowliPrn will and rw tie Milliner InhlfttlllyllH rock Bottom rilWl MIUH Cloth leg from tJ up p90I- iegalnr tfi nnd ShlnloesCalico fa plr yd IVrrahw 7j ctH to 121 elf vr M ul Grocoritsin proportion Conl lllgbeetPries Azbill AzbilluDen n and Big Hill Iiko Tho Special build o- fTennessee Wagons Make then the most dwirnhltt of any wagons time market 2j in running goaq f12 ro cash 3 in running gonr MB Oft cash Sold hy A Pe SETTLE Jr Depot Street Herrn K- yLLLHIt1tIl1LLIHLLHLHItLF 25 Percent Off For the next 30 days on the Celebrated White Mountain Refrigerators Lnrcn Stock to abet from ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Main SlrtoJ Richmond Ky HIIIIII +HIHIHIHHHHHH + was teb Draught did nedlclno ac- tlon Of perfect THEDFORDS constipation constijiation diarrhaa dysentery usedMRS-A M nro nt so In on Stomach Is tho Man ITho stomach weakens the mnn bocnuso it cannot transform the food he oats into nourinhtnont Health ROIl strength cannot be restored to any nick man or weak woman without lirgt restoring health and strength to tho stomach A weak stomach cnnnot dlgoflt enough food to food Iho UHAIIOA and revive tho tired and run down limbs anti organs of the body Kodol Djfljwpfiia Cure digests wlmat you tat cloniiHcfl anti strengthens tho glands and inonibrnnos of tho elomnch and cures Indignation dyspepsia nnd nil stomach troubles Sold by Last End Drug C- oFarm For Sale Small farm on Scaffold Cnno about 8 miles from Heron Cottage house Store House Barn and other out PoultryPartHearing trees Good Garden novnr failing water also good spring with Hydraulic Ram supplying Houso anti stock water nt Barn Will soil choap for cash C M SEE Boron Ky c Subscribefor Citizen 4