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I I I I HIMH BEREA PUBLISHING L C HINMAN Manager flfer J all rodafflux ot Area Ay ai 1 etaee 111411IIIIIIIfr +JooI +IH 1110 HrIII+H+ K L I VOL VII A family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 29 1805 One dollar a year NO2 IIIDEAS Icutll to place value Ho who wont IMI advised cant Iw helped Wisdom in the start Raves elms appointment in the end Its n wise man who can keep his temper for any fool can low it Dont pitch your tent in the grnvoynrd of the pant JietiJ JIm risenFROM THE WIDE WORLD lllOlntodntAfrican army stores scandal Another reign of terror has boon inaugurated at Lodz Hufuian Po land The uumlierof killed and wounded in the rioting is estimated at 2000 The disturbances con- tinuo President Roosevelt has ismied ardent to diplomatic and consular representatives requiring n careful performance of duties under the Chinese exclusion act in onlor that oxumptclufI8efJ I treatment by immigration officers The German prow exhibits great irritation towards England which in accused ofIL design to embroil Franco and Germany in war In view of tho relations existing lutweon the Kaisers Government and that of Great Uritainit in Intimated that the former will abate Us demands in the Moroccan matter Since the proclamation cf martial law at Lath the situation has iwcomo quieter but scattered cases of rioting continue nnd twelve persons were killed yesterday by a patrolof Moliliora Disorderly crowds are thronging tho streets of Warsaw and several fatal nlTrays have taken place The agitation is spreading to other towns nUll outbreaks of a serious nature have occurred at various places IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Firo in the wholesale district at Cleveland destroyed property worth 100000Ordinance of the U S IIlltecnlillch tiaweaponThe of Bishop liar grove as president of tho Board of Trustees of Vanderbill University was accepted by thu board and Bishop Galloway of Mississippi was elected to the vacancy Tho number of persons killed in CenturyLimited tor 0 Is now placed at nineteen All the victims wore mon and most of Idthem wore prominent in thobusiuess or professional world The cighteenhour schedule of tho Twentieth Century limited train on the Lake Shorn toad between Ntow York and Chicago was resumed June 20 President Newman says n thorough inquiry Into tho Mentor wreck shows Hint it was not caused by tho speed of time train According to n story front Now York Chief Engineer Wallace of the Panama Canal Commission has ro signed his position under pressure SecretaryTaftfollowed several stormily sessions of the Canal Board iu which radical differences of opinion in regard to the policy to bo pursued President Roosevelt in n letter addressed to Tuft made public Wednesday night Juno 21 directs tho dismissal of Minister Bowen from tho diplomatic service and arraigns Mr Howens conduct in tho BoweuLoomis controversy na reprehensible Mr Loomis is ox SecrotnryTaUschores that BOWOHH explanation of his conduct is inexcusable and shows his entire unfitness for the service I i COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Kentucky Educational associa tion held its annual meeting nt than moth Cave Juno 10 20 A 25000 damage suit against the L niulN railroad has been compro Ruined nt HopkinsvHlo for 8250 Louisville is In tho fight to secure tho next convention of them Interna tional Sundayschool Union with good prospect of success Two sisters and ten nieces of the t late Frank B Harper who were not I provided for in his will filed suit con I testing the instrument nt YoYsuillcH yesterday The estate is worth nearly S175000 Freight Conductor William Catron was killed Brakeman Red Orbo l badly hurt nnd several cars demolish ed iu n wreck on the Stony Fork 1division of tho L and N railroad near boro 1 I 1 R HITHE CITIZEN CHINA I3AS A BIG STICK TOO I Inspectors Enforcing the Exclusion ActHey Therel Hack to theIBoat AU Chinks Look Alike to Us The SameAh Sir Please Be Seated While We Examine Your 1AI8Iport Sir 1 CHINESE EXCLUSION It Continues To Occupy the Attention of the Celestials Peking June 8The question ol Chinese exclusion from the United States continues chiefly to occupy tho attention ot tho Chinese Tho extent and depth of tha feeling manifested astonished foreigners and la regarded as an evidence of tho growth ot a national sentiment of public spirit which fvo years ago would have been Incon ceivable Among many Instances cit ed as evidence of this It Is said that a Chlucsa comprador has refused a lucrative appointment with an Ameri can company Advertisements ot Am erican goods continue to bo refused by tho native newspapers and letters and telegrams from all parts of China as well as from abroad aro being re WlVftd urging Iho central government to tnko a firm stand Tho chief obstacle Is the question of exclusion of coollos tram Hawaii and tho Philippines It Is urged that there is no reasonable objection to tho land- Ing of coolies in Hawaii where they do not compote with American labor while Chinese immigration has long boon established In tho Philippines These points limo Chinese regard as essential but It Is thought unlikely that they will be conceded by tbb American government hence tho apparent dead lock LAND FRAUD CASES Senator John H Mitchell Did Not Tea tlfy In His Own Behalf Portland Ore Juno 28 Unlted States Senator John H Mitchell did not testify for himself In tho land fraud cases The long trial has practically como to a close The court room was crowded when tho session opened many being drawn by tho story that tho aged senator woul4 tnko tho stand and by his own words at tempt to disprove the testimony of his former partner Judge A H Tanner and his former private secretary liars ry C Robertson But all these woro disappointed and surprised for tho case for tho defense was rested within an hour after thu court had been call ed to order SECRETARY OF STATE HAY Physicians Report That His Condition Continues Favorable Nowbury N H Juno 28Tho cqn dltlon of Secretary of Sate John Hay Continued favorable after a comfort able day The cold wet weather has proved n slight drawback but notwithstanding tho dampness Mr plays condition has Improved noticeably since Sunday nightMrs Hay felt greatly encouraged and sent a telegram to Payno Whitney her soninlaw advlolng him and Mrs Whitney to sail for Europe as they In tended CAPT R D GRAHAM Leaped From the Sixth Story Window of An Apartment House Washington June 28Capt Robert D Graham a lawyer CO who served In the confederate army throughout tho civil war and the son of a former cabinet ofllcor leaped from tho portico bf a window ot the sixth floor of an apartment houso and was so seriously Injured that ho died a few minutes after being picked up He had been 111 for sumo time and It Is thought became despondent Bubonic Plague Case Quarantined Panama Juno 28Thero hJivo been no now developments In tho case of bubonlo plaguo at Lalloca against which a strict quarantlno la enforced A cordon of pollco praVAnts all com munlcatlon with LaRocfi WALLACE RESIGNS The Chief Engineer of the Pana ma Canal Commission Ten tiers ills Resignation THE ACTION WAS NOT UNEXPECTED Members of thn Commission Say That Ills Withdrawal Wilt Greatly Em barren Them In Their Work It is Believed That Mr Wallace Res Ignatlon Will Not Cause Secretary of War Taft To Postpone HitTrip ToMawlla Now York Juno 2SChlet Engineer Wallace of the Panama canal commis slon resigned his position under pres sure from the president and Secretary Taft Tho resignation Is said to have followed several stormy sessions of the canal board In which radical differS ences of opinion In regard to the policy to be pursued In the construction ot the canal are said to havo developed Washington Juno 28The announcement of the resignation of John F Wallace as chief engineer of the Panama canal commission was not al together unexpected In view 6f his re- Quest some time ago to be allowed to como to thla country to discuss affairs with Secretary Taft Members of tho commission old not hesitate to say that bis resignation would greatly embarrass tho commission In Its work and might necessitate tho postponement of the meeting of tho full com mission In September President Shonts of tho commission told his colleagues at their last meeting that ho know absolutely nothing about the reported Intentions ot Mr Wallace and that ho was completely In tho dark on tho subject Tho possibility of Mr Wallaces resignation hall been die cussed informally In tho commission for several days but Secretary Taft Is stated to havo been really tho only person who bad an Inkling of Mr Wal laces Intentions Interesting Developments Expected That tho secretary held strong views on tho subject was known to several of his friends and It Is expected that there may yet bo some Interesting developments before tho official resigna tion Is announcod by the government It Is understood that Mr Wallace when ho last conferred with the offi dale before leaving for the Isthmus expressed himself as deeply gratified lit tho consideration shown him and declared his entire satisfaction with the plan for tho administration of the canal Tho statement was made by a close friend ot Secretary Tuft that It was not believed the resignation of Mr Wallace would cause him to postpone his trip to the Philippines Boston June 28 Secretary of War William 11 Taft arrived hero from New Haven whehe he had been at tending tho Yale commencement exorcises Tho secretary will have a taljv with President Roosevelt at Cam bridge and it is expected that tho res ignation of Chief Engineer John F Wallace of tho Panama canal who Is also a member of the commission will bo discussed Secretary Taft would not discuss the Wallace case Fatal Boller Explosion Hot Springs Ark Juno 28W D McDowell was Instantly killed and his son John fatally injured by the explo don of a boiler at a sawmill Sailing ou the Kronprlnz Wllhelm from Now York wero Col John Jacob Astor D O Mills and Mr and Mrs Payno Whitney Mrs Whitney la the daughter ot Secretary Hay I q A PRIVATE CITIZEN Not as President of the United States Roosevelt Joins Ills Former College Mates IT WAS AT HIS OWN REQUEST Assisted in Celebrating the 25th Annl versary of Graduation of Their f Classes From Harvard Nevertheless Students Alumni and the Icitlzen of Cambridge UnlUdlnr i Giving Him a Hearty Wel come on His Arrival Cambridge Mass Juno 23 Joining wlth his former college motes in celebrating the 25th anniversary of the graduation of their classes from Har vard President Roosevelt returned tu his alma mater not as the chief mag- Istrate of the nation but as a private citizen and a loyal Harvard alumnus Although the ancient University ot tarvard would hUB been glad to pay him all the honor due to his high ofilcn Itfwas the presidents request that he bb regarded merely as a member of the class of 80 rather than as the pros Ident of the United States Neverthe less students alumni and tho citizens ot Cambridge united In giving him a hearty greeting as he drove through the streets of the university city The presidents day was a busy one Arriving In Boston at a quarter before seven oclock In the morning ho was rtflven to the Cambridge residence o- fIttht Rev William Lawrence Eplsco bishop of Massachusetts where ho Is being entertained The bishop Is president of the Harvard alumni asso Breakfast was served at the bishops home During the forenoon President Roosevelt visited the rooms ot the Alpha Delta Phi society tho Harvard stadium and tho Chestnut Hill real deuce of George C Lee the father of the presidents first wife Nearly Every State Represented The president was then driven to Oakley Country club In Watertpwn wh1o the class of 80 held an tutor ai reunion and luncheon was served dtNtoa ICO member of the laahot BO 130 havo registered nt the class headquarters representing nearly ov ery state in tho union As on his visit to Massachusetts last week rain marred the presidents pro gram As his carriage was driven out of Bishop Lawrences yard on the trip to the rooms ot the Alpha Delta Phi society tho rain poured in torrents The president however Insisted that the hood of the carriage be lowered In order that the people who had gath ered to seo him might not bo disap pointed and although tho rain tell heavily the president rode through It apparently not in tho least discon cortedAt frequent points along the streets through which the presidential party passed during the day people gathered and cheered For all their greetings the president had a bow and a smile President Roosevelt will remain hero until Thursday Secretary of War William H Taft arrived from Now Haven in the after noon lie will attend tho Harvard commencement exercises and it is un derstood that an honorary degree will be conferred upon him by tho university ILLINOIS MINERS They Have a Joint Conference With the Coal Operators Chicago Juno 28 President John Mitchell of tho Mine Workers union and 15 members of tho executive board of the Illinois division mot here with time executive committee of the Illi nois coal operators In an attempt to settle tho difficulties arising over the shot firer law passed by tho last state legislature The conference last ld several hours but no definite settle ment was reached and another meet- Ing will be hold The question at issue is who shall pay tho wages of tho shot firer provided by law After the meeting both sides to the controversy seemed as do termined as over that the other side should stand tho additional expense Unless a compromise Is reached In the matter It Is said a strike Involving 45000 union miners may follow A dispatch from Springfield states that no matter what action Is taken at the Chicago meeting the independ ent operators of the state will continuo to work their mines They however control only about ten percent of the output Convicted of Peonage Montgomery Ala June 28John C Bowdoln a white man of Coffee coun ty was convicted of peonage in the federal court hero and was sentenced to servo on year in the Jail of that county His victim was a white man Burglars TaKe Funds Away In Auto Philadelphia June 28iafo crack ers ins nn automobile visited the El mer N Jpost office and after lighting from an automobile relieved ho postmaster of 1000 in currency and stamps HHHHHHII M MMHHH Sixteen Departments Eight Pages 111I1zsIIIIH t t t t raNNimMaraak r + T irs119ivarr oaww tT I 1J June 22 1905 l1li it t 1 i Many persons think because their w business is small that a bank Cn not want to b6 bothered with it hare mistaken so far as this bank is concerned We welcome the t small account as oordially as the large one One dollar will start man account r Come in and begin T saving your I money now yours trulyx J f- P i v f i Cashiert t Lt o o o o o o KoKollotM1oKoaollotSotKollnrKOSKo torteKouRcstoko roago oOo r000vwt rDQRKT FORGEt car 0 cIir The New Cash Store sells the 0 o c Highest Grade 6Qodsi 0 cIto for the o 0 a I Least Money i o I 0 1 o cIt o tO I 0 o Remember we make good any article o not 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Charley elt you know and since ho got Moms hes taught me lots about sol diering Ill be ready for the next war anyhow Come on1 boys lets drllll A series of military evolu tions followed for Johnny delighted in drilling his comrades and be did very well for his brother had taken no littlo pains In instructing him As the command to fall In was given each boy slipped quickly into line and nralted Present rmsl Order rmsl Scure rmsl rang out on the morning air Charley Haulston had been watching his small brothers performances from a window Mother he said Just watch that boy Hov I wish I might place a gun In his hands Instead of that old broom bandle Dont you think he Is old enough now to use 1efIPerhaps said the doubtfully Ho Is ery careful In other mattersCharley Insisted and It was finally decided that Johnny was to have a real gun In the near future provided he would earn It Pennies nickels and dimes accumulated rapidly He was paid for doing things for which he had never dreamed of receiving pay and once Charles dropped r big round dol lar Into his hand as he offered him the bridle of his pet horse You had ouch a chase for him Jqhnhy the big brother said smiling down upon him WhowI Wont I get a gun though I Say Charley i1 forgot to thank you but Ill catch Fan 50 times for thall and away he flew to tell the boys of his company of his good for tuneIll get her fore the Fourth of July you see ef I dont Well jest have the biggest time that we ever had t JOHNNY CHILLED HIS COMPANY In our Ifrea Ive already got some ammunlUon Wont we celebrate p thoughAre fou going to get a Winchester aslldd ohble Taylor to AjniVlnchester What dye take me fOp get a KragJorgcn f like Charleys The days were full of errands and full of happiness to Johnny Haulston iWben his family toad no errnnds for r hIm to do he drilled the boys Once when they were out upon the high way going through their many movements a grayhaired mac who was passing stopped sat down upon a stump and rewarlledIWell If the Jews Getting ready for another war boys 1 Yes sir replied Capt Johnny father says wt may be needed fore ten years roIl by I hope not said Amia IlclUas throughthethink of the days of sixtyfour and five When I was young and strong and was With the boys down south We saw mighty hard times I tell you but d mever regretted enlisting even when I Was taken to Anrlersonvllle Do you know boys that though the civil war lasted over four years and the Span ishAmerican war not four months much more was accomplished by the Hast war than by the first History was never made so fast before Johnny you ought to he proud of your brother Charley Id have gone myself and tLc old veteran straightened himself pathetically but they only wanted young men Im proud of Charley sir and Ira going to be one of the soldiers who go to the next war Im saving my money now tog a gun to trlll with Im tired of this old broomhandle Faithfully Johnny drilled his com panyWe must get about perfect fore the Fourth of July he said Id be ashamed to make a mistake after I got my gun The ong bright days of Juns sped swiftly by Johnny had saved his money unll he had the most money I ever bad at once In m life he declared Visions o the beautiful new gun came to him by day and filled his dreams by night What If something should happen he whispered softly to himself ono night I dont believe I could stand It I feel so sorry for the family They Wore the first words that Johnn beard when he awoke the next murn ing They are very poor but I be Hove If Mr Rossman could have a roller chair and get out ILtO the air and sunshine he would get strong again As It Is the doctor gives him very little hope It was his mother vhu spoke Then Cbarey answered Everything depends on him too 003 U sot f Yes replied the mother Tho cblldrcn are too small to earn money and It akes all of Mrs Rossmans time to attend to her children and her In valid husband I really see nothing for them but to go to the poorhouso next winter- Johnny finished dressing without whUtHug as was his custom- I dont believe mother ever once thought of my money he said to himself Of course she didnt mean me I know she didnt Then he tried to whistle again and when ho ran downstairs ho made all tho nols he could In order to drown his thoughts 1 wlsht I could gilt mad he thought w he tilled the woodbox Then hfterawhlle ha lookeu thought fully toward tho Rossmans home There only renters too My moneyd buy that chair But I wont do III I just wont I saved that money nickel by nickel and dime by dime Im bound to get that gun fore the Fourth Wont we have a tlmo though r All during the day Johnny was very quiet but when drill time came ho went with the boys as usual Fall In I he cried and when each boy was In his place he stepped before them and said Boys when shall we go and Cot IU The gun fOseveral asked In chorusNo Im not talking about guns I mean a rollerchair for Mr Roseman You see the doctor dont give him much hope ot getting well unless he can get out Into the air and sunshine and Iwell Im going to get a chair There was much demurring The boys were greatly disappointed for their hearts were set upon seeing their captain the proud possessor of a real gun You may as well shut up boys he said obstinately for hes going to have that chair Im going to get It now Fall liii Each boy slipped Into line What a happy crowd It was that gathered at the Rossman home to spend the Fourth of July Mrs Haulstons sweet face had taken on a tender look of pride when Jjhnny told her he had bought the chair and wanted her to help him present It Ill go gladly ehe replied and I think well ask the neighbors to spena the Fourth of July with the Invalid Nothing would please him better The neighbors came with wellfilled baskets and the bouse was full to overflowing A long table was spread beneath the elms and at last Charley Haulston who with Company A had been to the village a halfmile distant arrived with the chair Mr Rol bins made the presentation speech Ha had been Instructed to say The chair Is presented by Company A when In reality It was the gift of the JJpaptaln ot that company Mr Rossman was greatly moved He mads a neat response though In a very feeble voIceto Company A and his kind neighbors for their thoughtful remembrance ot himself and family Then he was placed In his rollerchair and wheeled to the table After dinner Company A was requested to drill which It did very creditably The crowd sang My Country TIs of Thee The Star Spangled Banner and God Be with You Till We Meet Again- I tell you what boys Its been the happiest Fourth I ever spent said Capt Johnny Haulston at the close of the day That night when he went up to his little room tired but happy he was made happier still by finding a shining brand new gun lying across his bed with a note attached bearing this In scriptionTo t Johnny Haulston from Brother Charley God wantsdeFis Something to prove our love for Him and for each other + Cat Johnny read the note then he slipped quietly upon his knees and said Oh Lord I thank you for putting It Into Charleys head to give mo this sun Amen Minneapolis Housekeeper Story of Chinese Empress The Chinese empress dowager re cently severely lectured Yung Luhs daughter for wearing blue mourning shoes The enraged old lady Inquired how she dared to come Into her pres once In mourning and particularly when her birthday was about to be celebrated Vfhen thp bewildered young lady explained that she was In mourning for her father the empress dowager replied that she was supreme and that the mistake must never happen again It was on the occasion of this birthday by the way that the American Bible society pre sented to the dowager empress a sumptuous edition de luxe of the Bi ble Tho book had silver covets em bossed with bamboo and bird designs It was printed on the very finest pa per obtainable with the biggest type and a border of gold encircled every page It was Incased In a casket of solid sliver the whole weighing ten and a hart pounds and thero was a gold inscription plate on the cover of the casket AN AFTERTHOUGHT As UP Jeans restlessly oa his crutches and sadly contemplates his bandages the small boy sighs to think how long It wilt be until the next Fourth of July SENNACHERIBS INVASIONSu- nday School LslsonlorJuy 2 1905 SpeeUlly Prepared forThU Paper LESSON TEXT J Chron X3B Mem ory verses 1VII In connection with lb study of the whole of the chapter See also Isaiah Se S- GOLDEN TEXT With us li the txjrj our God 10 help us and to fight our bat tlut Chron 21- 5TJIE Probably H C 70t PI AiK Jerusalem Rennactierlb was bcnlCKlrg Lachlih and Llbiiah IKKSONSHrxckluh was king of the southern kingdom The northern kingdom had ceased to exist Sennacherib ruled In Assyria and Tlrhnkah afterwards king of Egypt wee probably governor of Lower Kgypt Inalah and Micah were prophets at this periodIntroductory In the study of the Old Testament which wo tale up with the present lea son we shall In the next six months trace the downfall of Judah the captiv ity and the return and will also review the writing of the major and minor prophetsThe of Israel the northern kingdom we carried to a close In too lessons of last year Established by Jeroboam In 937 B C revised chronol ogy It became extinct In 722 B C after a troubled existence of a little more than two centuries It saw 19 kings and nine the longest of which that of Jehu endured through only five generations It changed IU capital three times Shechem Tlnsah Samaria Seven of Its kings reigned but two years or less IU principal monarchs Jeroboam Omni Ahab Jehu and Jeroboam II had been men whom God could not bless Ahabs marriage to Jezebel the unspeakable Tyrlan princess brought countless evils in Its train Periods of outward prosperity under the stronger rulers were marked by deepen Ing Idolatry and closed ever In bloody civil wars devastating the land Tho great prophets that uttered their bold warnings Elijah Elisha Jonah Amoa and Hosea were little heeded Syrian oppression was succeeded by the Assyrian conquest and the sad history ends with the fall of Samaria a law part of the people being carried Into ex lie This story of Israel Is one of the most conspicuous examples In the worlds annals of the folly of turning from Jehovah to other gods The History of Judah the southern kingdom through these two centuries was In strong contrast to that of Israel There had been 13 kings and only a single dynasty Moreover the great Kings Asa Jehoiaphat Joash Uzzlah and Hezekiah under whom Judah en joyed much prosperity were all good kings and Godfearing men and reigned collectively 187 years Idolatry flour ished at times especially after the fool Ish marriage of Joram to AthalUtv daughter of Jezebel but a succession of masterful reformation kept the king dom measurably true to Jehovah There was less need of prophets than In Israel and only one of first rank arose Isaiah In the time of Uzzlah Micah prophe sled toward the close of this period and possibly Joel Early In this history the Levltes and other pious citizens left Is rael for Judah and greatly strength ened the southern kingdom Until the fall of Israel that nation was a buffer between Judah and Syria and Assyria while to the south Egypt was repulsed and Plllstia conquered or held at bay Contrasted therefore with Israel the story of Judah through Its first two cen turies illustrates the Psalmists words Blessed is the nation whoso God Is the Lord Alas that the nature of the his tory was so soon to change The Lesson Setting At the time of our lesson Sennascher ib has had a marvelously victorious campaign SIdon has surrendered and the allies of Egypt have been defeated Fortysix of the fortified cities of Judah then fell before his swift advance and Jerusalem Is threatened Signs of the Assyrian advance were given In the sky and night after night the watchers on Mount ZIon seeing the glare In the west must have speculated which of the cities of Judah was being burned Sennacheribs own account of this invasion was Inscribed upon what li known as the Taylor cylinder now In the British museum After an account of his triumphs over Syria Egypt and Phlllstla Sennacherib wrote And Hozeklah the Judaite who had not submitted to myyoll046 of his fenced clt lesand fortresses and small towns in their vicinity without number lor I besieged and took 200150 persons small and great male and female horses mules asses camels large cat tle small cattle without number il brought forth from the midst of them and allotted as spoil As for himself like a caged bird In Jerusalem his cap- Ital city 1 shut him up Ports against him I constructed and any who would go out of the city gate I caused to turn back Fear of the luster of my sovereignty overwhelmed him Thirty talents of gold and 800 talents of silver great stores of lapis lazuli couches of ivory a Immense treasure to Nineveh my capital I made him bring and for the rendering of tie Mf ute and making homago he sent hla ambassador McCurdy Historical Illustration Perhaps the only parallel of which details are known must bo sought In the night of Napoleon from Russia In 1812 In which 30000 horses perished In a few days and only 20000 men without arms remained alive out of the 500000 Gelkie It Is not without reason that in the churches of Moscow the exultation over the fall of Sennacherib Is still read on the anniversary of the retreat of the French from RUlslaSlanley Judas Maccabaeus recalled tho story to hit soldiers on the eve of his great batUt with Meaner CHANGE OF ILLINOIS LAW How Wives of the State Came to Have Equal Property Rights with Husbands The recent death of Mrs Mary Ash ton Livermore In Melroso Mass re cale J to many of tho older residents of Chicago tho fact that during the period of her residence hero she was most actively engaged In all philan thropic work open to women Her position as associate editor of her hus bands paper which was tho organ of the Unlveraallst church says Henry Barrett Chamberlin In the Chicago RecordHerald enabled her to express herself upon tho questions In which she was Interested as few women of that time tho late 50scould One of tho most remarkable Inci dents in a busy and eventful career was her presence as tho only woman repor ter at the republican convention which nominated Abraham Lincoln for press dent of tho United States It was not until after tho war that she became ac lively engaged In the suffrage movement While she is remembered as the organizer of tho Illinois Womans Suffrage association of which sho was tho first president few of tho women of to day perhaps know that it was through her work they were given their proper ty rights Tile agitation In favor of tho present law grew from her Interest In a wash erwoman with a drunken husband Mrs Livermore employed her and en couraged the woman to save her hard earned money until she had accumulat ed JCOO Selecting a little cottage tho woman carried her money homo In tending to purchase It the next day In some way the husband obtained pos sesalson of the cash and refused it to his wife The washerwoman told hu troubles to Mrs Livermore who appealed to Mr Livermore asking him to go and got the money Ills answer was I cannot do It According to the law of Illinois the husband has absolute control of his wifes earnings In horrified Indignation Mrs LIver more exclaimed Do you mean to toll me that you could take my money without my consent Yes If I were contemptible enough to claim it ho answered Then I will never rest until that law Is changed exclaimed Mrs Liver more The fact that the women of 1111 nois have equal property rights under the law shows how well she kept her word CAUSES OF NPLAGUE Found by an English Physician to Spring from Exhalations of the Soil Dr Charles Crelghton who recently returned to England after an Investigat tug tour Amid the plaguestricken districts of India gave the results of his ex perlenco tho other evening at a solentlflo meeting In London Briefly he declared that tho origin of the peat was traceable mainly to the exhalations of potion from soil which had been Inhabited too long without drainage These were especially dan gerous at night when they arose and en tered the windows of crowded sleeping chambers He gave a vivid description of some of the mud villages which are no better than peat holes The plague stricken villages of Satara are enclosed within a ring fence of bushes sometimes with gates and with the remains of a vail Many of them have large and crowded populations and the houses are nearly all imllt of mud upon earthen founda tions Dr Crelghton examined two in which there bad boert deaths a few weeks before They were both old and crumbling built of sheer mud without vUlaguInhammedan butchers and cattle dealers and the ground has become saturated with offa- lSimilar constructions were found at Dharwar In the northwest and at Jul lundur where the greater number of deaths occurred In a square block of houses of very remarkable construction It was literally a hive of soma 30 or 40 mud cells A narrow passage ran round the square with doors at Inter vals In the death wall Entering a corner of the square the visitor found a room which somehow held a cow or bullock AS well as the fam ily and had a hutclillke opening in the flat roof with a ladder to ascend by On reaching the root ho discovered that It was a continuous expanse of 30 or 40 small squares like those of chessboard marked off from one another only by a ridge of mud over which he could step across walking a distance of some oor 40 yards to descend by another ladder at the opposite corner The condition of the tenements at the center of this structure may bo Imag ined Dr Crelghton evidently thought that there was more need for the stay enger than the bacteriologist Some Bird Neighbors Wrens chickadees bluebirds mar tins and sometimes crested I ycatchers will como to bird houses In our gar dens Such houses should not be too new or exposed They should be ar ranged so that cats and squirrels can not get at them If they do come we can learn much more by watching them a Reason than any book can toach us NiVly all birds build nests for their eggs each pair selecting a pleas pat and secure place while some kinds mostly water birdsform Immense colonies St Nicholas + On Other Nights Mr Goodthing How does your sister like the etjageroent ring I gave her BobbyHer Young Brother Well Its a little too small she has an awful hard time getting It off when the other fellovj calUluck CATCHING A TURTLE ASLEEP Uklppir of Becalmed Ship Lands Rep tlH by Iliad Flipper Before It Awakes It was a hot calm day In tho Bay of Bengal The noonday sun beat on the decks of the clipper Rajah bound for Calcutta Tho planks were BO hot that they scorched the bare feet of tho sail orsThe skipper paced the poop lIe was In a bad temper because of tho calm which showed no sign of cessation Ho struck a match and lighted his pipe Then he searched the horlron eagerly for a sign of wind Ho found not the slightest symptom of a puff but that something had caught his attention was evidentlIe rd the second mate to see the gig clear for lowering Mr Barnes ordered tie watch aft and In a few minutes the boat was lowered and manned The crew was made up of four apprentices whose duty It was CAPTfRINO 8LEEPV Tt KTLE to keep the boat in order and to pull the captain ashore or aboard when the ship was In harbor This was tho first time the gig had been lowers alnce the Rajah had sailed from Liverpool and tho boys wondered what on earth the old man was after John Campbell tuggcatci that the gig was going to tow thuhlp to the Hooghly and wished his mates joy of the job The skipper came down the tide lad der stepped Into the boat and ahoy Ing off oars were manned and the boat headed away from the ship Jro a point astern The boys wondered where their skipper was bound but It wai no part of their business to question a sea captain and if they had they would not have received an answer Soon came the order Way enough The boys ceased rowing The gigs helm was shoved hard starboard the boat described a semicircle tho skip per leaned over the side seized some thing hauled it aboard and dropped It Into the stern sheets where It flopped with great vigor The animal was a large turtle which the skippers keen eye had dlicovwc asleep on the water The catching ot- a turtle while sleeping requires a kind of knack gained only by practice You must approach him with caution as well as celerity and you must grab him by the hind dipper and yank him aboard before he awakens or your quest will be In vain If you catch him by one of his fore flippers the chances are that he will bite your band before you get him In the boat and IL bite of a turtle is by no means a joke When the skipper grabbed tbo tur tle and landed him In the gig he handled him so as to let him fall back down ward In the boat A turtle Is notable to turn over so when once or his back he Is at the mercy of his cap tors The captain tied his beak together with a ropo yarn and thus dli abled he was taken alongside the RaJab where he was hauled up on deck anti turned over to the cook an AfrIcan of great skit In the cooking of all hinds of birds beasts fishes and reptiles The Capture of the turtle excited the steward who was a cockney and had never seen the animal as ho appears In his native element his only deal Ings with him being after ho was killed cooked and canned Tho skipper or dered the steward to kill the turtle and prepare him for dinner next day This command upset the steward terribly for he had not the slightest Idea how to go about the job And worst of all ha rand the cook wero not on good terms and he hated to ask a favor from an African But his fear of the skipper was so great that he pocketed his pride and going forward to the galley with B huge piece of tobacco stowed away un der his coat he opened peace nejjotla lions with the cook Will you ave a chew of baccy doc torT asked he steward In his softest society voice Well sab being as its you and you axes me so kindly I dont mind It I da This Is not weather sab and the lut chew you gave me was so long ago It never seems to have happened re plied tho cook Elp yourself doctor dear said the steward passing the piece to the cook who took a big bite A beam of smiling happiness played over his ihlnlng features Illuminating them with Joy Its about that ere turtle doctor 1 guess you know all about em Never afore did I set eyes on tho beast and sech a object to look at I swear Mebhp ho aint pretty to look at tab but hea simply gorgeous to eat Many a turtle Ive ctoked for the Phila delphia Turtle club and If any help oZ mine is needed Im yah man salt I can kill em cook em and when cooked I cap eat em gab When do you calcu late to servo him upf Tho old man wants It for dIn net to morrow evening and hos slob a epicure hell break my tack If It aint served jlst so Jlst you help me out of thin llttl difficulty and you shall ave alt the baccy you can chew between here and Saugurisland Im your man san gush Give mo another chaw now and well begin lo prepare that turtle right away Tile turtles head was cut off Immo diately and ho appeared next day at the captains dinner table1 so splendidly served as to elicit warn praise from tho skipper- I tell you what said that worthy Wiggins knots how to tackle a turtle to tho queens taste I didnt think it was In himIAs for the cook he said little for the i rest of the voyage but looked tho plo ture of contentment Cayt A J Kelly In Washington Star JAMIES MANLINESS Kid After Casting Kilts and Curls Aside Prepares to Lick a Feller Jamlo came Into the houso crying like a girl Mother sighed for her lit tie son was not showing the manly traits that should come with a boys fifth birthday What Is the matter Jamie Tho lays Ie plekln on mo mamma Theyro always plckln on me an maV In fun Boohoot I There there son Youll never bn a man If you cry like that But mamma dearie thats just the matter of me Everybody thinks Im a girl with these horrid old curls and dresses too The boys laugh at tna- and pull my hair and tell me to gu play with tho girls an they run away from me an wont let me play with t them Boohoo An yestlddy when that lady called she said How de do little girl 4in she kissed me an I wanted to jes slap her an I hate her an I want to be a boy Boohooboo Mother sighed Those beautiful golden curls had been her pride and I when they were gone her baby would- i be gone But she could not have her baby and a manly boy too that was certain NowIminute Ill have the curls out ort this afternoonSunbeams broke out all over Jamlos face and dried up the tears 0 mammal An pants tool Can I have pants Well see j That night when papa came home gateI JAMIE low bristles and trousers with pockets and a face as jolly as a harvest moon hello pops See me Im a real boy nowJamies manly traits began to develop rapidly He stamped heavily whoa he came Into the houso and threw his hat at tho ball rack Instead of hanging it up as he had been taught He grow a whistle and gut chummy with the boysMother was startled one evening to see her baby of two weeks ago stand Ing In front of the long mirror anti thrusting his flats at his own likeness in a manner roost ferocious frowning meanwhile as If upon a hated toe Why Jamie what are you doing liar last fears for her sonB manli ness vanished as ho looked up anti stopped In the midst of a terrific up percut and answered Im jail prectlcln mamma I got to lick a feller tomorrow Its about a glrJSarah Noble Ivet In Boston Globe NAMES OF VEHICLES Origin of the Words Used In English Language for Different Conveyances The word carriage comes from the old Latin word carrus which means a cart Cabriolet commonly shortened to cab comes from a French word which means a goatleap or caper The car riage Is so named on account of Its lightnessOmnibus Is from the Latin and mesas for all- Gig Is from the French word for Jig and It Is given to the vehicle on account of Its motion Chaise Is from the French word for chair driverIswIse why should ho prefer to ride alone Coupe IB also from the French word Iito cut It is given to the Yin tola because It looks like a coach with IU front cut off Philadelphia Press i ARMY SUPPLIES IN CAMP Shopping Methods of Russian Officers at Mukden SOLDIERS COMMISSIONED TO BUY rrntyseven Cnr LoddnWllh Sup plies Iriim llurliln Soon Surround ed br lJuicer and Irlvnlra nr Containing rrovUlonn ClKnrrtlr and lliiuon the Moat Popular He murk About a Tardy Lieutenant Twentyseven curs just In from Harbin Tfiut was the Joyful mcxsago that re costly traveled by wont of mouth all over Mukden and up and down tho Bhu river on the north bank fcnyri II Little special correspond lJeatof tho Chicago Sows In Manchuria t nt CHIUO patting Into tuwn from every direction Tho twentyBovcn nerd were loaded with nil soils of supplies for tho Economical Hoclirjy the organ ization which furnlshi sabots and ar ticles of tllIlllrn lIt nun wearing up partl to the llusslan olllcera In the flfld The dejwt of tho society In on tho tracks at the HiMslaii wettlemei at Mukden In the very runt that bring down tho supplied Wo mounted and rode down In haute A crowd of over u thousand olllcera Boldlew and Chliuite mirroundcd the cure Tito customer for each ear formed a long inaky line that curved and twist wl around through tho crowd and away to Its outer edge Soldiers tOW 11111111 IOllt1 to buy for ofllcvrs or holding places In tho line for olllcers made up the majority of the prosper tlvu custoiuira of lie curs but many ultima livid their own places In the lie The provision cars nod those contnlnlng till cigarettes nod liquors were tin most popular Tho crowd surged up to tho doors of these curd n nil day lung Tho doors of the roll road curs are fire feet tram the ground und plunk and step have Ixxju wade on which the patient crowd ascend Inch by Inch nnd hour after hour to that proud eminence where they stand the envy of till beholders nnd buy unit buy cud buy Ai each separate article bought In handed out the purchaser pnssts It ti his faithful xoldler servants or bhp Chi rniie attaches who are waiting behind him ou either iddo of tho line holding up their bankets ready to be filled Some of thu oillcrr when utter long hours of waiting they finally reach the pout of honor scent loath to leave It They run through ono long list and just ns tho luau Inhind thinks his turn ban arrived at but the olllccr in front Untie out another list and begins buy hug all over again When ho getse X through with thin list he half turns away and tho man btblnd gives a sigh of relief unit bawls out Twcntyllvo boxes of clgarattPNl but tho man In front iii only reaching tor a third list of things ho linn promised to buy tor his general and his colonel and his four lieutenant colonels and two doctor friend la the hospital nnd three cap tall who have n mess close to his regiment Then sinister whispers run down the line My friend Dukcwlch tnttrslntcd some of the remarks rondo the ether day when nn officer who hall purchas ed from four lists dug up the fifth Why dont the army purchasing agents buy their supplies In St To UTsburgr growled a black whiskered Cossack captain Shr whispered another In n subdued voice that couldnt bo Meant morei than COO yards away Tint la lien eral Kuropatkln Iu disguise Hes buy Ing six mouths rations for the army It hes going to buy out this train 1voluuteerd n very cross looking Cit doesnt ho say sot Then well go away nUll wait until a train conic down that ho doesnt want The little lieutenant who was tho ob Sect of all these pleasantries never bat ted an eye nit ho reached down In another pocket and brought forth n fresh listFifty tins of ham ho calmly an nounced Cannibal roared somebody Tim little lieutenant mulled sweetly while tho patient lino snickered Thirty pound of rice ordered the J lieutenant UmhuhP said the Cossack captain A Japanese I thought so Its a Jup anese trick to keep us from gutting Hupplles Ho the muttered laments kept up un ell the lieutenant finished hU purchases und HqucczvU himself out through tho crowd on tho side and disappeared fol s lowed by u largo retinue of Cossacks i and Chinese bearing his plunder There are all sorts of warn clothing a designed especially for bitter cold weather to be found hjthe Economical store The overcoats are lined with ihotrpB wool and sell at the very te- aSsounble pries of 27 rubles about 13 gold apiece The favorite coat with the olllcera Is n leather jacket that looks like the automobile lOut worn In tluvpnlted States JJ Is curled Vtho Swedish coat and being lined with nhccpa wool makes n garment that Is both warm nnd very strong for camp year About three out of every live olllcera one meets now wear these1 coats Tho connoisseur In boots would bo tilled with delight It he visited the Eco nomical store ISootn town one of the most Important Items of dress to Hits llIretlllItdo to necktie and flllk huts There are a dozen different kinds of boots Iu thoIF ting that aro greatly odlccra and good dressers generally t MOLIERES COURAGE Pathetic Story of the 1rumntlsta Last Singe Apprarnnco There Is n pathetic account of Mo IforuH last upi varuuco Which shows the supreme courage which sicklies could nOt dissipate and which was a part of him till death Ills health bad long been falling anti he had Htiffcrcd for yearx with a distressing cough which rapidly because worse On the day of the third prisentatloti of Ia Mulade Imnilnulri 1073 he was so 111 that his wife and friends fiilrcitted him not to perforui tint he was deaf to their appeal What can I doV he said There are forty workmen who have only their dully pay to live upon and they will lose that If I do not net I should reproach myself if I neglected to give them their bread for a single day Though moro than usually In deposed ho went through his part with great dllllculty Once during the per formance tho company could not but see that he was convulsed but he pass ed It off with a forced laugh When it was over ho left the stage saying to his friends The cold Is killing me Ho was wrapped up warmly and his chair man sent to convey him to his home No sooner was he Iu bet than ho was seized with a violent fit of coughing which brought on a hemor rhage mad ho died before his wife could reach his side Ills last words were to assure his friends that the hemorrhage was not alarming In any way and urging them to take courage JAPANESE MIRRORSI Some That Are 8upp Ltd to Posies- n MatcloiQualltr v Some Japanese mirrors are supposed to posse it magic quality which has rendered them objects of superstitious rovereuco for centuries and in tact It huts even puzzled modern science not n little When n strong pram of light Is so reflected from ono of them us to bo thrown upon a screen there appends upon the screen an Image Iu delicate I tracery perfectly reproducing the put tern engraved In relief on the back of the mirror which of course III altogether hidden from tho light Inas much as the tact of the mirror presents n surface that Is perfectly smooth up i porontly the reason for this phenome non is dllllcult to mad Its cause bow I ever Is ulinpru enough The prelimi nary operation of polishing the face consists In scoring the cast disk with n sharp tool In every direction The thicker portions where the or nomenta lion In relief Is on the back otTer wore resistance and the result U i a corresponding Inequality of tho pole shed surface This Inequality Is not Ufllclcutly market to bo visible to tho naked eye but It is enough to turn the rays of llguj and thus the pattern of tho engraving on the buck Is reproduced on the screen in the manner descrlb ed These so called magic mirrors ate so highly valued that they sell from ton to twenty timed tho price paid for ordinary ones A 1roollnrUr of Ohoili Scientific personages as well ns the rest of us have nlwny been puzzled by tbo degeneration of the dead both la taste and In Intellectual power No matter bow fastidious a man may have becu during his lifetime ho le no soon er lend than bo develop a marked par tiality for back room up two flights of greasy rickety stairs In disreputable tenement Ills favorite environment Is now dirt nnd squalor and his fa vorlto companions are the Ignorant and the half witted The naturo of the next world the aching secret which tho human race through all ages hat eaten Its heart out to know is Ignored by theso modern ghosts in favor ot shoestrings which they happened to leave In the corner of an old desk and which they beseech us to go and find Chicago Tribune Annoanolnir n Meat Among the curious byway of social history and household custom says the London Globe Is that which Is concern ed with the mode of announcing that dinner or any other meal Is or shortly will he ready Thu dlmicr bell Is of course tho oldest of these modes In mediaeval tines the monastery or con vent bell snug out on tho quiet country air many times In the course ot tho day and night nnd ono of tho many summonses was that which drew them to the refectory And in later ages there are frequent allusions In liters tutu which show that the bell method was still In constant favor notwith standing the customary use of other modes of summons Spoiled 111 Trip A man In central Kansas according to the Kansas City Journal had trou ble with his wlfo and more trouble with ids motherinlaw The wife diet On tho day of the funeral tho undertaker started to put the man In the name hack with his motherlnIaw The eau balked- I wont ride with her said he Rut you must replied the undertaker Tho other hack are all full Well It I must I will said the man but It will take away nil the pleasure of tho trip t A Generous otter When Miss Helen Keller was at the exposition In St Louis iu 1001 she vis ited thoJapaneso tea house and for a few minutes shook hnnds with somo of tho waitresses little olive colored woe men who spoke almost no English but expressed their Interest and Intelli genre without words Many weeks utter Miss Keller hail returned to Boston she heard from an olllclal of tho exposition that one of tho Japanese waitresses had gone ton St Louis physician and naked to hove pnu of her eyes taken out and giv en to Miss Keller When she was told that such a gift was Impossible she wept in bitter disappointment aIi1++11111 +11 3iiII4++ Berea Teachers Club Anoint iu iKntm rOil ILEWIA HHIIIIIHI I I HIHHIHH Some Reasons For Joining The B T C A few days ago the writer was naked tho qucl tollCtWhat good Js to come from Joining the Borea Teachers Club fIt It is a most practical question and ono which should be asked before going into any now work It is one also that everyone should be able to answer in regard to any thing they ask others to support I will en duavor to answer the question to tho best of my ability for the benefit of thoso who read THE CITIZE- VBorea College has much work to do but tho greatest of all is tho formation of an ideal iu the mind of hrlugsitAthat life is u service and ts to bo measured by the amount that mankind is uplifted by the strong pure earnest life of tho individual If you have or are striving for this ideal and are determined to make every hour spent iiNtlio schoolroom count for the utmost in its influence upon tho fives of your pupils and your life in the community beablessing to the lifo of tlmt community then you should join the ClubsO that you may unite your efforts with those who are in harmony with you in aims anti ideals Our State needs teachers who feel that teaching is a sacred mission whether followed for n year or for a lifetime and Berca wants her students to fill this need If you arc in a community with low educational ideals you may find it lard to hold up to your higher ones but if you hear each week from your fellow teachero who are in sympathy with you and nre able to throughthoeasierBesides this general encourage theytakethat they would like to have the ideM of some one moro experienced than themselves as to how it can be made of the greatest value to the child t You should call for those through the Club column prole88iouolInterests our lives How glad wo would bo to know how our friends are pro greasing in their work We cannot correspond with them allso let us allow tho Club to do this Who would fail to look for Tim CITIZEN theyknowfrom a dozen old friend seach week l ovorylowplished Finally there is the business side to tho Club Every teachpr should plan to invest part olCen n roodbookCollegeLibrnrif you are aD T C member Are joiuingthowill be forthcoming space permits Floyd Lucas got a good first grade certificate in June lie made 00 per cent In arithmetic That is n com pliment to tho examiners in his County for it shows that they have good eyes for small errors Ile will begin school on July 17th and be in Borea next winter and spring Miss Lucy Brewer will teach rtt Carters villo Garrard County Her sister will teach at Copper Creek iu tho same County Both got goodcer tificates Miss Lucy a good first grade and her sister showing that who easily will next tine Miss Maxio Ponder secured a cer tificate in the Juno examination which is n credit to her She will teach in Rockcasllo County J Partite desiring picnic or camping privileges on College Forest lands must secure written permission from Prof S C Mason Supt of Preserve The Thin Rice of the Chlncir The very first thing that II Cliliiuiimn takes when he gets up In tho morning la n bowl of hot congee or an he calls Jt thin rice This IB simply rice bolletl away to n tlilniilsli drink able consistency If allowed to cool It would thicken Into paste Sonic core Is required to nmko It properly ItI tho water Is visible and not tho rice says Yuan Mel that Is not congee It the rlco Is visible mid not tho water that Is not cougee either Tho two must be ludistlugulslmlily blended before you can call the result congee Nut Nnrotlnblv- Do you over look back Dlobbs on tho days of your boyhood the dear faces In the home the moou uhlnlng on tho river the hills tho valleys the Xo Interrupted IMobbs brusquely It doesnt pays Doesnt pay what Dividends Chicago RecordHer ald +lhHIH+IIHI1ItlI IIt1It The Home JENNIE LESTER RILL Editor hIIllIlI 11I IlIIl II 1111 Headache Powders Kill Girl Headache powders taken while she was suffering from grip are said to have hastened the death of Lillian M Wright a sixteenyearold Cam den girl who died suddenly early yesterday morning at her home 334 Pine street An investigation showed that the headache powders contained f1 luantity of acctauilie which acted directly upon tho heart IItOppcl1 105 South Fifth street a friend of the family She complained ora violent headache and n relative of Mrs Bishops went after some head ache powders Miss Wright took three of them at intervals with no j resu1LShe was unable to go home that night anti on Thursday she was taken in n carriage Her condition grew worse and that night a pHysician was called She was unconscious when he arrivedand remained in that condition until her deathPhi ladelphia Ledger Temperament and Food For billions persons a chart of lifo UoydLaynarddangerous rocks in the shape of sausages pork turtle and other com modities Eels must not be eaten by brain workers chilly persons should cultivate a last for sardines while ire ritable people aro warned away from ginger and the melancholy man breonWbitehait is in advisable for persons who are of an amorous nature asparagus is forbidden to thoso who suffer from excite ment and languid persons are told to be careful when they indulge in peas potatoes arrowroot and maca roniDuck for some mysterious reason is described as unsuitable for the bashful tho irate tho pale the drowsy and tho inebriate St James Gazette Cause of Diphtheria t Diphtheria is a widespread disease which is perhaps more prevalent in largo towns than in country districts It is to be classed among the infec tious fevers and it certainly is one of the most dangerous of them all It is most frequently met with among children but adults are by no means exemptThe real cause of the disease is now known to boa minute germ somewhat resembling a rod in shape when seen powerThisnation of the lining membrane of the throat nose eye or indeed of any part of tho body with which it comes in contact It has also the special power of forming a tough and very adherent membrane It is this membrane which causes so much of the danger connected with the disease as it blocks up the windpipe anti so prevents the natural ingress and egress of air to and from the chestTho germ of diphtheria is exceed ugly difficult to destroy It is there ordinarydisinlectant pletely exterminating it This fact must be carefully borne in inincl as on it depends tho great importance of exercising tho most stringent measures with regard to disinfection both durin the course of and after recovery human attack of diphthe ria Scotsman ARROW CANYON t Odd Way In Which Ile WnlU Were Decorated by Indian Thousands of arrows shot by bands of Indians for possibly centuries pro trude from a nssure several hundred feet long In the rocky walls of Arrow canyon about twenty miles from Uio crossing of the Salt Lake railroad over the Moapoa river says the Los Angeles Times At a point where the perpendicular wall of tho canyon sluts out about 200 feet above tho canyon bed a thin snakellko fissure runs In tho rpck Sue connive generations of Indiana Imvo gone to tho place at regular Intervals and shot their gnyly bcfcathcred arrows upward forming a fringed scarf unique In Its oddity Tho arrows are so thick that llttlo room la left for more and owing to the position of the Ossuro at a height of 200 feet and un der the shelving wall thu relics protected from the weather have stuck where they were driven In uncounted years ago- Already relic hunters are visiting the place and despoiling It of Its treasures by shooting tim arrows out with revolve ers and rlllcs In tho snails of the bed of the canyon many arrowheads of various sizes and shapes are found burled It Is believed that the Indians visited this spot In connection with Bpine rite Crude strqngo figures have beeufiut by thom Iu the face of the rock walls 1 I 1 1 + JHHH dt11IMIThe Farm SILAS CREEPER MASON Bdltor HHMHIHIlHHHHHlH The Revival of Country Fairs Ono of tho most hopeful signs of a renewed interest in livestock through countyInirawas when every shire town of a few hundred inhabitance boasted its fair daysdurationreach a total of only a few hundred dollars but to tho people of the com munity where it was held that fair was yearntion frou work for the social inter mingling of friends and neighbors for the exhibition of the best stock of all the surrounding country fair the do cision of the mooted question of tho respective merit of the different liar ness horses of the section These fairs taken collectively were of tho greatest service to the State They stimulated ambition and advanc ed ideas for improvement in farming methods By competition they inspired greater care of live stock and the acquisition of pure blood lines They were of marked educational value But for various reasons they were discontinued in many counties The financial stringency of ten years ago was the death knell of many Beyond a doubt however the failure of tho bythoFair caused a general lack of interest and a final falling off Such a State Fair is to tho county fairs what a State University is to tho public schoolsystem They need it as an completiou and live stock for which they lay so good a foundation The discontinuance of these fairs was unquestionably a serious loss Take mere results to prove the bs sortion Kentucky has fallen far from production A comparatively few years ago buyers from allover America flocked here fof Shorthorns Jerseys and other grades of cattle for mules and sheep as well as for horses of all sorts To get the best blood and finest individuals they had to come here Now the more northern States of the Mid die West Indiana Illinois Iowa nultothershave taken the cattle outstripped trottinghorsesbrand of tho Bluegrass is not still of inestimable value carrying with it an assurance of quality that nothing rnrelyInoMnot still produce better animals of whatever sort than any other section of tho country The fact is simply that we have sold oil so much of our best parent stock of various kinds that wo have no longer been ablo to supply the demand As a consequence the trade has gone elsewhere Tho revival of country fairs and tho establishment of a first class State impetustoThe old spirit of desire to produce the best blooded stock will bo rekindled in moneyinprudence failure have since letall stock alone will again begin the production of some grade of cattle or stock of other sort And from such beginnings small perhaps but generalwill come once maybedistant when Kentucky will again be hailed as leader in every branch of live stock It will require hard work general education and unflagging enthusiasm But it is worth tho effort if our people will but realizo it Kentucky Farmer and Breeder All persons having claims against the estate of Simpson Gentry are notified to present this on or before properly SAMUEL GENTRY Adm of Simpson Gentry Satisfaction Too bad about DIngman going wrong Isnt IU Yes but I havent been grieving much about It My wife always held him up to mo as a model Detroit Tribune ACommon Trait I have noticed Bays the lIon Alex Appleby that everybody who has a tooth pulled says It was one of the most stubborn the dentist over extract edKansas City Times t Two Views The Lover There Is nothing sweeter than making up a lovers quarrel Married Cynic Well Its different after youre married Then It generally lmeans millinery N + a r r Dr We G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office 5 3tJ i SHOW CASES I ONE DISPLAY RACK ONE CLOAK RACK and 1000 other articles for sale at Ar P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone 40 DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make I hump back straight neither will It make y amongtheI short leg long but It feeds soft born 1 rickts tad bone cnrucmpUon Send tot free umple SCOTT If COW N Chemist 4OCHS Pearl Street New Yule Sex and jtoo all drusgieta It EVERLASTING FEN C If POST The SuperiorStone Fence Post Just invented Composed of Sand Portland Cement Gravel andCarbon Steel Looped Wire Made on your own farml Cheap as wood Any farmer can make them fo self and sale County and sjatp rights for sale Do you want big profits in an lion orablejjusiness f Writo to W T S GREAR General Agent TODD KY PRODUCE j CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYSF a 1TALLOWI c Itf Bought at topnotch prices by Je Se QOTT Depot Street Borea Ky I We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course we rclmbuno tho druggist You know hate and trust blm Dr Miles Nervine la medicine for your nerves It cures diseases of the Internal ore gaps by giving tono to the nerves which make these organs work It Is a novel theory not of anatomy but of treatment first discovered by Dr Mlles and since made use of by many wlde awake physicians who appreciate Its value In treating the sick It you are sick we offer you a way to be made well Dr Miles Nervine This medicine Is a scientific cure for nerve disorders such as Neuralgia Headache Losa ot Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Backache St Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Vitusftration etc Dy toning up the nerves Dr plies Restorative Nervlno will also euro those diseases of tho Internal organs duo to a disordered nervous system i Some of these are Indigestion Bil ious headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma tism elc- My brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to live I prevailed upon Mm to try Dr Restorative Nervine now ho has fully recovered You remember I wrote you how It saved my life a few years ago when I had nervous trouble I preach its merits to 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nightudTelephone No 4 Borea Ey W M TANKERSLEY Watches Clocks and Jewelry repairedand Cleaned Satisfac tion guaranteed 1 If my work is not satisfactory 1 chargeIi BICKNELL EARLYS STORE tau KSMICOST AMERICAN RIFLE SHORTEST Infantry Ann of Our Soldiers Shorter la iBcnch Than Those oi the Worlds ArmiesI The United States have rather laid aside the saber in favor of gunnery but now comes the lesson of the far east Tho Americans are sharpening their sabers and searching for old ones that have remained In store since the civil war says the Pall Mall Gazette This Is the result of an order from thc war secretary And an agitation against the now rod bayonet may possibly pro duce yet another order The agitators would like to see U replaced by the old knife bayonet or at least lengthened It It be retained It was chosen tog its lightness and it was not only thin but also short As the new Springfield rifle is also short the length of the arm for bayonet work Is the shortest in the world That would not matter If bat tles are really to be decided by rifle fire and gun lire alone but if once it Js believed in an army that men will often have to defend their lives with their bayonets the moral question is at once Introduced No army could afford that leakage of confidence which would be the result of using a mistrusted weaponThis is to say MO more than will meet with general agreement It Js not by any means necessary to assume that the lessons which the Americans are acting upon are true Before we can be convinced that the bayonet win really play again a Napoleonic part we must be properly Informed as to the quality of the Russian gun and rifle fire which in the first directed to stop the Japanese rushes Whatever be the truth about that Jt is extremely Interesting to see that a considerable part of Instructed military opinion In America is In revolt against the changes which have their counterpart In Great Britain a shorter bar reled rifle and a shorter bayonet reach The new Springfield rifle is six Inches shorter In the barrel than the Krag JorgcnEen The official tests were thought to prove that the short barrel was as accurate as the old one but the odd thing attached to the bayonet work at the time was that the new bay onet was not only not lengthened to compensate for the shorter rifle but was actually made shorter than the old one Roughly the length of the American rifle with the bayonet Is now 54 inches the new barrel being 24 Inches The French measurement over all is 71 inches the German 69 inches the Rus sian 68 Inches the Japanese rj inches and the British 61 Inches In the case of the old rifle and about five inches less In the case of the new rifle In these rough measurements parts of an inch have been disregarded As for the rod bayonet it is comparable as an Infant ry weapon with what the majority of our cavalry officers appeared to desire as a cavalry weapon after the Boer war IMPORTANCE OF HISTORY Growth of the United States Worth of the Best Efforts of His torians With the coming of A true national consciousness came the Interest in the past and in history It was apparent writes Henry Cabot Lodge In the Read er Magazine that the United States was one of the most considerable facts of the age when Its Consolidation had once been effected and all perU of dissolution had departed with the crushing out of the powers which aimed at separation Anything which helped to explain this great fact berame therefore of intense interest As the yearn passed oa the fact grew larger In due time a not very serious war revealed the fact to the worU and it appeared that the fact was that the United States had and was des tined to have a strong and increasing influence upon all tho other facts known as the nations of tho earth Thus did jt become more than ever obvious that the explanation of the United States to bs found In the history Of the past four centuries was worthy of the best efforts of the historian The pride in what the country is spurs men on to pride in all who shared In making the nation Front the abortive attempts of the earnest ad venturers from the feeble settlements clinging to the Atlantic beaboard on through the confused and seemingly petty history of the colonies and of the scattered people and small states strug gling out of revolution and dissension to a larger national life to those who saved the union from disintegration and still on to those who have carried her power forward to the Pacific and made a great nation where there was none before all alike have come o have deep meaning awl importance Honce the rise of American history and what la more Important of the general in terest in that history which may be trusted to separate the wheat from the chaff and give sis not only knowledge but also something worthy to take a place In literature by the manner in which the knowledge la comtnuaicated to peen Old Roman Wall In London A portion of the wall which was Milt around old London by the Romans is now being destroyed by builders The part which has been laid bare it seven feet in height and has a thickness of eight and a half feet and about 50 feet of Its length has been exposed It is founded on gravel and at the bottom is a course of flints and clay Following Ahead A servant girl bad lifen sent on an er rand On returning she nald to her mis tresOh maam theres been a young man following me Mistress Oh indeed Yes maam know he wasafollow Ing me because he kept looking round to see if I was coining Chicago Trlb une wl1 jitItIir 11in1- ttul111 fitblir l iS By MR JOHN W CARR President of the Department or Superintendents or the National Educational Ataoclitlon pJISREGARD for the law is the most coin ion the mdst insidious and the most dangerous of all out national sins It is so widespread and affects so many classes that if it is nqj kept it will become a positive menace to society It manifests itself in various ways and in all parts of our country Children in ninny homes defy parental authority Demagogues arc all too frequently elected to office only to betray the peo ple they arc supposed to serve Great labor orgtmizationa sometimes rush into unwise and unprofitable strikes result ing in loss of property acts of violence and all too frequently terminating in bloodshed awl murder Some business men and socalled good citizens resort to bribery and all sorts of finesse in order to obtain valuable franchises and other public utilities without adequate compensation to Hie people Great corporations sometimes rise to opulence and power by resorting to espionage bribery oppression and crimes of various sorts But iuj vhatcver form whether as riots or mobs or whitecappings or lynchingS or the evasion of the liquor laws or per jury or rebates to shippers or tai dodging or vote buying or the prostitution of official positions or the purchase of legislatures it is all one thing disregard for law Now if this national disease is to be cured eve must go to the very root of the matter Children uiust be taught obedience and respect for law and constituted authority There must be better discipline jn the home and in the public schools I do not plead for the sternness harslvcss and brutality of the old time discipline but even that is prrfcrabc to much of our soft sentimentality that causes us to be afraid to spnnk Johnnie for fear he will die or Will never love us any more But John nie will not die and he will grqw only the stronger in diameter and love because his parents Anti teachers have taught him a wholesome regard for law The public schools will fail miserably fail if there is not proper discipline in them Chicago has banished the rod from the schools but she has not done away with the policemans club and the fixed bayonets of an armcd soldiery The public press can assist greatly in time maintenance of proper discipline in the schools If the press insists that there shall be proper discipline if it refrains from giving undue publicity in magnified fonn to every little case that arises if it refuses to champion the cause of cvqry callow youth who fails to pass in his studies or has been spanked or sus pended on account of his misconduct if it declines to give the use of iu columns to Tom Dick and Harry in order that they may air their grievances to get even with their tyachcis such a policy vill aid tcichtrs and school officials not only in the maintenance of proper discipline in the schools but in the development of citizens that will respect mid obey the law after they leave school While the public press can assist teachers greatly in training children to respect and obey law yet it has a still greater privilege and a higher duty to perform it is to demand that adults obey the law and that no classbc privilegcdto disregard it This duty and this responsibili ty can no more be evaded than the sentinel can evade responsibility for the welfare of the army while he is on picket duty in the pretence of the enemI belieVe this problem to be of such importance that the history of our country will be affected bv the solution that is given 1ijrrnir ijJr atlitr1t- tnf t4t Ittmrr EuiI By MRS MARY ELIZABETH BLAKE t If by divorce is meant the right to marry again and to accept under dif ferent conditions the social and moral irrcgu larities whichspring from these breaches of principle I thinkab solutely that endurance is the better part no matter how it affects the welfare of the individual It may mean suffering It may even mean death to the poor creature who drags the lengthening chain bf torture but at least it is no contagious disease which widely imperils innocent lives and leaves a wake of destruction and blight in its track The agony in the one case ends with the victim in the other it leaves a heredity that marks the conscience and time soul of men and leaves the world infinitely poorer If where two lives are hopelessly lost in cross purposes and mutual aversion the deliberate wisdom of both sees less evil in separation there may be occasions when both nature and grace would point to this remedy Even the church of Rome which is the one unconquerable bul wark of defense against the mortal evil of divorce acknowledges pos sibility in case of necessity and admits this effort to readjust the conduct of life But no one is so foolish as to believe that any such compromise h would be accepted by the crowds who throng our modern courts seeking for license in the name of Liberty and using the first fruits of alimony to furnish forth another pseudo marriage as careless and illadvised as the first And from another point of view is it plausible that relations between husband and wife would have reached such a point of hopeless entanglement if this baneful open door of escape and of invitation had not been placed directly in the waytWhen Phillips Brooks once said that the principle of selfdenial for higher good was the corner stone of Christs teaching he uttered a Di vine truth There are few dreams of happiness however broken by weakness or wickedness that patience and courage and Christian hero ism of strong endeavor could not weld into a better likeness ofcontent and beauty than the selfish obstinacy that demands release from all an noyance and responsibility But the times arc out of joint for the virtue of forbearance The for better for worse of the bridal service has been taken to read for better alone When the worse comes whether through illness ofsoul or body whether through pain or loss or misfortune the open sesame of divorce cuts the knot of difficulty and the fair skein which might have been untangled is broken forever One of the saddest utterances I have remembered in my life Was by a wwnan in a convention of women She prophesied a golden future when an indifferent marriage could be broken by the will of the hap lets wife and her audience applauded with frenzy Instead I believe with all my heart and soul that in apite of the torture of worrying temperaments and the weariness of broken hopes nine women out of ten would have better chance for a more honorable place in life and a higher portion of content in accepting adverse circumstances than in breaking the bond of union altogether From one she can at Itast lead with honor her forlorn hope of happiness With the other she buys her own possible immunity at the expense of other wcAncpa safety and the destruction of the altar fires of the future rnthe hearth stone of home I TRACING MISSENT LETTERS System Adopted by tlib Post Office Department At Wash I ington An Interesting example of the moU ode ot tbu post omee department la tracing up a lost or in I wont letter Is the case or a news letter malted al Cumberland Mil and addressed to Washington This letter says the an0Ia than expected Complaint was made to the postal authorities with there suit that It was traced from the time of Its deposit In the mall car to thai of Its final Arrival In Washington and the clerk responsible for the error was located In the matter of registered letters It is a simple timing to trace them but where there U no record kept of a letter and time only thing to de pend upon Is the postmark it Is en tirely different This Inquiry passed through 14 hands before being returned to the complainant that num ber of officials being engaged in Its care en route I The original complaint wont to the chief clerk of the railway mall serv I ice stationed at Baltimore who for warded a memorandum to the pout I master at Frederick for Information as to how he got hold of the letter addressed to Washington lie replied to the duet clerk that the letter was I In a package marked for the Frederick office but that ho did not know how it came to be sent there The chief i clerk at Baltimore then sent an i qulry to the clerk In charge rat the which the letter ww dis 1palehed to Frederick asking how the trainII vcstlgatlon The clerk replied from Cumberland that the letter was dispatched In New I York Oration railway port office train No 4 at 246 a m April 87 This reply carno back to Washington and another Inquiry was sent to the transfer clerk at Cumberland lie made reply according to the Informa tlon he had and the matter continued At last came the reply to the ximplaln ant It read- Attention is Invited to the report of the superintendent of the third division of the railway mall service Indicating I that the railway postal clerk reapoart Mo for mtMoadtng this letter has keen located This olllce resrou the annoy anee eased by this error and KOPOB UM action taken a reprimand to the oiork and a caution to be more careful In fu ture will prevent IU repetition GROWTH OF THE BLUEFISH Two In New York Aquarium That Have Increased In Size with Astounding Rapidity The way the Increases In ties and weight Is shown In the case of two specimens now In one of the tanks at the New York aquarium says the New York Sun These two along with three or four others of about the same size which have since died were placed In the tank on September C 1901 The two survivors were then oos about six inches in length and about four ounces In weight and the other about tour Inches In length The larger flab Is now about 16 Inches in length and about a pound and a half In weight while the other It about a toot long Thus the larger of the young Ashes hasp In a period of between eight and monttre fcrowti to be two and one half times an long as when It was placed In the tank and to be six times as heavy While the smaller ono is three times as lung but both fishes would doubtless have grown still more In the same time in freedom These two young captive blueflshei are both tine specimens the larger one being particularly handsome and both are pretty much always moving the larger one keeping In almost Incessant quick motion and this not from nervousness but because It Is natural for bluefish to be on the go The bluefish Is a very able vigorous and powerful swimmer It will swlia with perfect control of Itself just within the face of the curving smooth green wall of wa ter of a great comber foaralqg atop and about to break on the shore and It Is at home In deep water It is a hardy swimmer and It likes freedom nnd plenty uf fin room and be cause of these characteristics what ever the care bestowed upon it It Is difficult to keep the bluefish alive more than about a year In captivity Mountains BacteriaProof Mountainous regions are healthy be cause bacteria cannot live In them Bacteria at as elevation of 2600 feet die This assertion wee made the other day by a physlolah He said that a Swiss scientist hat been experiment ing With the bacteria of various die eases and had found that the little creatures ceased to flourish as they were brought from low to high tracts And finally died In the thin pure air of a 2000foot elevation He said It was on this account that the mountains were so healthful It won on this account that they agreed so well with victims of bacterial diseases Dy the token low swampy regions where bacteria thrived had always much sickness and many deaths to answer for Nothing Doing Thero was a admitted the old bachelor when thought of marrying for money Well queried his friend Wedderly why didnt you- Unfortunately explained the o b the girl with the coin was also a thinkS erCbimgo Daily News URINK DOESNT PAY What Corporations Are AowipUsh ing by a practical Apj tl to the Pockets of Their Employee While organisations wblcu aoM rn t themselves wth the moral welfare of the pwpleare spending time money and honest effort In an attack to overcome the liquor traffic and Its attendant evils by appealing to the sojitlia ntal side of human nature the railroads and t16trtalu other great corporations are actually ac complishing this end by a prartloai ap Ittal to the pockets of thir employes says the Philadelphia North Atnartcatf Rules prohibiting employ Iron Indulg log In llqubr or frequsnUnis salOOn while on duty are now strictly enforced 11 by nearly every American railroad anti II within the last few wreks the ChltllJO ii f Alton company basconstst Ur aw nd ed Its ooudnct regulation ao as to roIIhlblt officials of the compart carrying liquor on their private tarn when trayIchug on business or making tours or In I I peclloi This parUrolar action marks the latest advance Injwhat wo may teenycaf the only effective war that can over tie waged against Intemperance It Is poful because practical Time BYOaaetlCtlloC- rlglrt and wrong when d 5octsterlf- rom the material Is nut luJUrlenUy de c4opwf to be appealed to bjr antunwnta concerning moral obllgaUo9aDd the Mho Uut there are very few toes who have to work for a living wko art sot able to appreciate the value of InUm p rance when they we otWir men tee good positions becawieof latewjerttce Theroaro very few men who are willing to disregard the arBUWoot of the flattened J pay envelope It nifty have bees possible In the stow and easygoing time of old for a tasty to Indulge In Mroag drink with more or lest regularity and still keep poops In some measure at led wJli kill duttbl It is not possible now The last halt oeniary has wrought numerous changes In men manners and eoodliloM but sane more radical than that ronreralng the use of liquor Whereas H WM looked upon M a mark of a Gentle mat or agooil fellow M year so It to now generally regarded as a alas of tneSlcncy Ho who drink however skilled or totaled te worth lea than he wko lIuJIOt And tilts adrolraMe tmage has bees brwtght about In part by the rBtlrcd and other corporations walrii bare had the good teM to see that the only VM7 to solve a practical problem Is by apflyiac dray tr al rules and mHlwda MR LINCOLNS VIEWS As Expressed by Kim In A Waahlng tonlan 8pe h Delivered In 1642 In IS t Mr Uneohi was mak tug Washington speeches On ou oc casion he said- Whether or not the world would be vastly benefited by a total and final banishment from It of all Intoxicating drinks stems to me not now an open question Threefourths of mankind confess tile affirmative with their tongues and 1 believe all the rest ac knowledge It In their hearts Ought any then to refuse their aid In doing what the good of time whole demand And when the victory shall Incomplete when there shall bo neither slave nor a drunkard on the earth bow proud the title of that land which mny truly claim to be the blrtbpiot and the cradle of both those revolutions that shall have ended In victory How nobly distin guished that people who shall have planted and nurtured to maturity both the political and moral freedom of their species A FEW FACTS A dissipated man Is a fool to the core he Is a body and soul spoudthrlft A man may be driven to drink by worry but any worry he loses In tho process Mill be found by pis wife and children Washington Post A Springfield Moss physician who committed suicide after shooting two men and attempting to kill his betrothed Is said to have attributed his thirst for liquor and his homicidal tendencies to the fact that his rune In Infancy was a woman who timed intoxicants The Glasgow corporation IH consider ing a scheme under which the citys chronic Inebriates shall be banished to the latH nf Shuna oun of the Hntirldeti group This islet Is leased lima farmer and line been practically forgotten by the corporation of Glasgow who have owned It for a coutury St James Gazette A man at Port Chrster N Y has been sentenced to sate three mouths in jail fur enticing M yinth of 17 to take his first drink of Intoxicating liquor It such drastic punishment were meted out to ell offenders In this respect the harvest of drunkards would Boon be ox tinct and the need of prohibitory legisla tion proportionntttylcss nams Hon ReportThe 1903 of the Royal Edinburgh asylum la of such a nature as to cause grave alarm for Us statistics prefaced by Dr Clous ton a leading authority in rogard to the insane show that there Is In Scot land n development of Insanity tar more terrible than that which is tak InR place In England The preoml nence IB an unhappy ono Dr dona ton states and proves that 48 regard the men In the asylums 421 per cent and as regard the women 18 per cent ore there sorely through intoxicating drink I i FEMININE DAIRY WISDOM Dorothy Tucker Hand Out Batch of Excellent Advice to Worker DairyfAs the weather warms up look out for mierobes In the calves feeding palls j frequentlydeath6ce that each pall Is scathed with boll Ing water every day and that tho quar tern are kept clean eating filthy bud ding frequently causes scours There must be no guepswork about feeding the calf says Dorothy Tucker In Farm Journal The stomach of tho 1 young calf Is easily ruined by slipshod methods of feeding Thlnkof this when i 1 stn JUT811nUItJN tempted to feed it milk that IN too hot or too cold to u bucket that is nut so clean and swret aA It should be Milk that sticks to the Idea of the f pall and becomes sour In a bad propo theA1the calf growth perhaps a stunted cKlf acid Innboenrt an animal of little value Dont get mad when you are trying to tendh tbo little bossy to drink milk cad toll your wife that fool of a calf novcr will know anything The onlf knows ftorao things you never will knowOne of them Is that It Is a lot more fun Rotting Its rations In tho old way than driBklag It out of a bucket I dont blame the ealf for kicking against learning to suck a mans Anger Instead of Us moOjws soft teats Thcwpnder It that It dON as well as It doos A little sad often is the great secret In raising young things Never over feedSix quarts of tttA to the acre Is the Tight amount of seed to grow the boat folder corn Fodder earn should be planted In drills or hills so U can be OslUvated Whoa sown thickly It to soft and washy and makes very poor 4nsllage Corn mutt be grors corn fashion not crass fashion 15 A FRIEND OF BIRDS Feathered Creatures Should Always Be Taken Into Consideration by Fruit Growers The fruit grower who don not take the birds Into consideration is In the wrong business to say the least Some grower make the fatal mistake of destroying tho birds that eat cherries and berries It Is true they do sometimes becomo very annoying plnntlngJas the cultivated ones Mulberries will help save the cherries an will cherries elderberries wild grapes wUdI I A recent publication of the went of agriculture names over 100 dlf ferent Insects oaten by the Dab White among which may be mentioned potato beetles boll weevil corn bill bugs click beetles chinch bugs cotton worms grasshoppers etc all harmful to the farmer It states that as many as 47 cotton boll weevils were known to be eaten at a single meal and that chinch bugs are destroyed by the tablespoonful And yet the farmer will permit the city sport to tramp over his Holds the gates open and shoot the lastquay on the place says tho Prairie Farmer No one accuses the quail of destroying grain or fruit yet unfortu nately It Is good to fat and must be sacrificed to the appetite of the game hog and occasionally though not so often to the farmer whoso faithful friend he IsA Pound of Butter j A pound of butter consists of the following I ingredients in equal propor Uon Wisdom precaution concentration deaDline determination prevention forethought provision dis crimination accuracy Judgment pa tience neatness and iiouor Farm and tunicIThe capacity ot any soil to produce good crops is limited by that substance which is most iflcleat In that soil Hence if the element which slacking is supplied It also increases the activ ity of the other soil materials and thus produces good crops Midland Fanner Mulberry Trees in Orchard I have a few Russian mulberry trow growing on my grounds which prove a great protection to my berry and cherry crops The birds are fond of hrm and I is they yield so bountifully tho birds east on them Farm Journl Inselfftrol gets in n temper heat once 1 loses control of the colt iIfpig stop growing for one mouth or two months you have lost all their teed for that length of time I tr Lw I POINTS ON TRANSPLANTING These Paragraphs Giving Results of Study on the ArtCare Must He Taken First of ail the plants should not be thoroughlyhardened many times that thorn should be no need to mention it were It not that the mistake Is regularly made of setting plants too early Nothing U gained and much lost it the plants are Injured by cold The old way was to soak the ground before the plants were taken up then set In mud This Is unnecessary It is better to let the soil get dry The plants are then much easier to move Let tho dirt fall oft the roots If It will but either set out the plants at onco or pack them well The time for setting plants Is a cloudy or rainy day says Irnlrle Farmer Then tho plants have a lit tie time to recover before tho sun strikes them nut as weather Is not made to order It Is not advisable to wait for mho right kind of a day The evening will do quite well The dif ference between morning and evening for moving plants Is evident to those who have tried it Dip the roots In water then set In moist earth Pour on nomo water If the ground la very dry but there Is much less need for tub than Is corn monly supposed Growth will not begin till the ground has dried out enough and If there Is water to be evaporated tho temperature will be kept down- Spread out tho roots and cover snug ly with earth If the soil Is loose there Is danger that the roots will dry out Leave the surface soil loose This will serve as a mulch to retain the mole ture U should be an Inch or two deep I If the plants are large All broken roots and foliage should i be taken off They do no good and are a drain upon the plant since It will try to keep them alive A luxuriant growth of top should be cut back The same applies to the root though the need for It does not occur so often Hoot and top systems Should bo balanced The leaves of tomato plants should not be wet Rven the wet hands should be kept off the foliage This may be a small matter but It Is Impor tant Much depends upon the way In which plants are handled when sot out If the work U done In a careless manner I the plants will reeent It If done properly there should bo no great loss from a failure to make them grow I A BEAN TRELLIS Neat Arrangement of the Plant Adds Greatly to Appearance of the Farmer Home A wellarranged trellis of greeh and thrifts irowlne bean vines Is a thing of beauty says the Farm and Home Most peo pIe set poles up right for the vines to run on but an other arrangement Is sometimes made that Is excellent though Involving a little more work A row of crotched sUcks about seven feet abovo ground Is set six or eight feet apart the length of the garden In the crotches poles are laid continuously Against this ridge or plate other poles eight or nine feet long are placed at right angles like rafters on a house these being spaced about two feet apart These poles are arranged on both sides and at time foot of each polo a bill of beans is to be planted and the vines trained to tako the polesA trellis mode In this way besides being very neat looking is not likely to bo blown down with the mass of vines as often happens with upright poles 1 THE CREAM All barns should be as well lighted as tho houses In which we live If a heifer Isnt much of a row the first year she is not likely ever to be It U better In all cases not to let the bull run with th hurd but he needs plenty of exercise The cow that gives milk ten or eleven months In tho year has earned the right ta rest a few weeks The cows will come home themselves If you practice giving them a little feed of bran or potato peelings In the evening They soon learn and will bo on time unless the pasture IB extt good Form Journal In repairing the utahle no that the platform on which the cow stands is just long enough for ncr If it la too long It compels her to lie In her own manure with detriment to the milk that Is drawn tram her udder Farm ers Review It Is a poor way to educate the cow by tempting leer to come ovor the fence and then fastening a board over her eyes to break her of It Better nail tho board on the fence before the cow gets out then she will not need It on her heed Thl idea Is worth reo raemborlng Go over the apple orchard twice a year for the apple borer Dig away the soil tako up the borers you can find and paint the trunk with pure white lead and pure linseed oil or with whale oil soap Either are harmless and effective Will not sojie one give us some hljts about Bide lines for orchardIsts when tho fruit crop fails How would poultry raising do It takes a very unfavoru ire season to get thoJest of the hen r Irs no compliment to an egg to ajy that It cannot b6 beat remarks iaWashington We Novel Proposal It Is told of Oliver Wendell Moines that after many futile attempts to propose to the lady of his choice his cour age failed They were walking one pleasant afternoon on Boston common and coming to where the path separated ho asked Which path shall wo take This one she replied turning toward it Fon life t Iio asked And she said Yes Property Divided by Lot The will of the Australian detective provided an unusual way for dividing his property among his six children Ills estate about 35000 consisted mostly of realty Ho ordered that six envelopes should be placed In a box each child to draw one and have till portion of the property described on the paper Inside the envelope Bad torShopper Mrs PhamleyMays really too young to go shopping alone Mr Phamley Yes I suppose she Is too Impressionable- Mrs Phamley How do you mean shes Impressionable Mr PhamleyShes liable to get ex cited and buy something Philadelphia Ledger Another One Do you know what you are trying to say queried tho editor as he glanced over the copy when you speak of a man going to his long rest at the untimely age o7 801 Sure answered the new report er He ought to have been chloro formed 20 years agoColumbus Ale patch Chinese Relic In Mexico Some evidence that the Chinese once Inlhabltcd Mexico Is found In the state of Sonora where several ancient monuments have been found bearing Chi nese iDncrlptloDB Dr Antonio Pena flcl a noted archaeologist of Mexico U examining the relics which are carefully guarded by the Sonora author Idea k Prevent Burial Alive To prevent burial alive a French physician suggests the Injection of a solution of fluoresceln Into corpses This substance has the property If there Is still some circulator activity of staining the skin a deep yellow and the eyeballs an Intense greent Found the Donor A Birmingham church warden says the London News was reading at a vestry meeting a list of subscriptions to the parochial funds Toe list be gan as follows The vicar a guinea jjrs half a guinea an anonymous donor myself 25 shillings Postal Novelty A postal novelty In Englano U the distal card which placed In an ordinary gramaphone reproduces a message In the voice of the sender A general use seems to have been ills covered at last for the phonograph Surer of Winning Grandpa do you have to be awful good to get Into heaven Yes my boy- S Well Ive about made up my mind to try for the booby prizeLifeA- tlto a Good Thing Rudyard Kipling says that the development of the automobile has bene flted humanity mentally physically and spirituallyKnow Are Pretty LoU ot women laugh only because itetives them a chance to show tlioir tetth MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 24 CATTLE Common 3 25 4 IS Heavy steers 4 75 6 00 CALVES Extra BQO HOdS Ch packers 6 30 5 35 Mixed packers B25 p5 30 SHEEP Extra 4 15 425- LAM11SSpring 6 60 7 40 + FLOimSprlng pat 6 00 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 1 03 1 05 No 3 red 55 98 CORN Na 2 mixed tf 57 No 2 white 670 OATSNo2 mixed 3- 3RVENo2 81 4D 83- ITAYCh timothy 11 25H PORK Clear mess t1y14 10 I3lyiChoiceAPPLES Choice 3 50 4 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 25 fjJ 1 50 t TOBACCONew 6 00 1300 Old 4 50 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter oat 5 10 Re R n- 1VHEATNo 2 red Q 1 05No 3 red 1 05 1 08 CORN No 2 mixed 65V4 OATSNo 2 mixed 3- iYENo2 78 PORK Mess 12 55 12 CARD Steam 4 7 22 j 7 25 New York FLOUR Win sfrta 4 CO j 4 65 WHEATNo2 red 1 05 CORN No 2 mixed 6011 j38Rn1Western i PORKFamily1347tJatel3 75 LARD Steam 7 25 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 SCi CORN No 2 mixed 59 59- tCATTLESteera 4 400 0 4 50 SIIEEPNo 3 00 3 60- Loulavllla WHEAT No 2 red 100- COnNNo2 mixed 57y OATSNo 2 mixed J 35 PORK Mess 1100 LARD Steam 6 50 IndlanIlDlIla WHEAT No 2 red 1 00 CORN Nt 2 mixed i Q 40 OATS No 2 mixed 0 SOU p timebestCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky S R BAKER Dentist lorncroU Printing Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth fxlMttd without reinSomaofo- rmeTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor h+ alth I am forced to close out my entire stock toquit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which j I will sell at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tuniCy to get an extra good bargain Orders will be filled promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Bores Ky Mrs Searcyhaving removed her DRESSMAKING- Over HILL rid GABBARDS Store Will be pleased to have Ladies call and see hpr new designs in Evening and Commencement Neadsloasa I Lyrae Statuary Sranlt and plarbl- Workof all kind dooR in a workrUBDllkn manner at rea onabl prices and with dispatch AUwork guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky stnandnmIInalrreu7V YThe Childrens Favorite For Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure Is the childrens favorite ThIs Is because it contains no Opiate Is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and uptodate in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express andcharges S G FRANKLIN lit Vernon Kf RETUIEMOC t Bank of Sit Vornoa r Berea College FoundscS 1855 PLACES IntEfBEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL i Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States largos = College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two Fears oount1Certificate t Course Four for for business andforr lifoU000 College CourseSLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaur ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christlalabteducation Our instruction is a free gift Students a small incidentWal fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must alsorpay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within S2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring tom of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Tho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregatioaj shuts Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all y ron mronuATiON AND FBIEOTLT ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE oBerea Madison County Ky 1 r fit Madison County Roller Mills II- IItlNoioltl I cl4 Aanufacturers Fancy Roller flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed CorD Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beatIt PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour tlIIII Il + Potts Duerson IaI TUta Sutioa Ky jKodQl dree- sesMONTJMENTS n DYSPEPSIA CURE I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT rD The SIOO bottle contains 2H IlmeathlnhltlwbithUir50cents rXirAatD ONLY AT THE LAaOXATOIT OF o E C DeWITT ere COMPANY CHICAGO ILL nX LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 316 a m ArriveRfchmpnd 415 a m Arrive Paris528a m- ArrlveCiwwnati750 a m Owing North Train 2 Dally Leave BerllIS2 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Pars380 p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p in- Going South Train 3 Dilly Leave Itarea 111 p m Arrive Knoxville810 pm Going South Train I Dally Leave BereaJ217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m rarrrIhif1and KnoxvNIe both dlrrcllnn Trains num ben 1 and 4 Pullman Tn tlbuled Slrepltic car and crarhoi between Cincinnati and Knox villa In loth illrrrtlons W H ROWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON JI Dentist JI r to orwRichmond Ky I J The Salve That Penetrates DoWIlts Witch Hazel Salve pane trates the pores of the skin and by Its antiseptic rublfoclent and healing in fluence It subdues Inflammation and cures Bolls Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding Itching and protruding Plies The orig inal and genuine Witch Hazel Salve Is made by EC DeWItt and sold by Porter Drug Co o Quality vi Quantity ounotoproperKodol Dyspepsia Cure your system 0 gets all the nourishment out of all the D food you eat It digests what you eats w regardless of the condition ot the stem ach and conveys the nutrient propelIties to the blood and tissues Thissbuilds up and strengthens the entire W system overcomes and cures Indigos s tlonDyspepsla Belching Sour Stoat ach etc Kodol Dyspepsia Cute for o what Is sometimes called America national disease Dyspepsia la des g eandthis distressing and mind harassing I condition Sod by Porter Drug Co r LOUISVILLE l ATLANTIC RYCO r 3t Tim table In effect April 16 1905 1 EAST BOUND V Nol No S No a 7 63upmNlchola I Valley View HM 740 V Richmond ar 11 U 110IRichmond U 1205 p w nine 101- Beattyrllle O 3 24par 9a5 I I 3 Beatljrtllle Jet 300 to2O i WEST ROUND I No 2 Nil 4 No S J Versatile 75 Nlcho a m 1 ffll p ta t vllle GAS 27tView CSS- Klclnnoud Valley r IT GW Ida IRichmond ar 7S p m VM nine eM p m 12 5 Beatty llle eraarBeatlyvllle Jet SIO 1030 No 2 and 01 and 3 make close connections at NIcholaiTllle band from Lexington nod Gael oats and al VenulUea to and rum 8hell y Ilia atnattyrilleluncnnutoriaekaon Uou addrrti any local agent or H R SMITH OK k P ArR- eraallla1Cy A Bilious Bill the lead Dcarjy loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him If you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Evry porn when day was breaking Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS thats the answer The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by this tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken but Impart early ris ing energy Good for children or adults Sold by Porter Drug Co TULI GONE FEELINGTI- RED DULL AND BLUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE Ufa bright and bapanRrltastenceoraa4pp1ee You will never rrnretWi DR BENZ1NGEH BWmor MJ I rtit 500 400 300 250 and 225 I BAIso Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W 1 Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear h known everywhere throughout the world They have to gire better satisfaction than f other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect morn for their money than they can get elsewhere I We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j I fit Inspection invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 3HHHHHIHJ I I I I I I I J J I HII I I H I II I I 11 I I IIMHH Berea and Vicinity i 1 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I I I I I I I I I I III J J J I J I J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +1 I I HHd1II1iIPres will preach at Mallory Springs noxt Sunday The Rev Ij E Tupper will preach at tho Parish House nest Sunday at 11 oclockThe Shouse is in town for n few days Ho is now pastor of the Baptist Church at Middlesburg Ky Miss Roso Miller is visiting in northern Ohio and plans to bo at tho Berea Reunion in Cleveland noxt j A week Mrs Jennie Hill will leave noxt I Wednesday for Chicago where sho will join Miss Lester and aecom many her to Oregon Mrs K U Putnam loft on Friday fqr Ashland Illwhere sho will spend some timo visiting her daughter Mrs Chas S Beggs Mr and Mrs A N May returned homo from a very enjoyable wedding trip on tho noon train Mondaysand will reside in Boone go A number of workers went to r Farristown and held service in tho colored school uso there Sunday evening Thero was a large attend ance 1 1IrC A King and Everett Burtt loft for Burning Springs on tho mid TheyhaveIf schodlhouso there I Rev A E Thomson left for Mel 1len Wis on tho early train Monday threohference held tit that place Miss CJrtico Lester leaves on Mon day for Oregon Sho will spend a r HMOsoif oSHOEll fe theY54 all styles This is oneA id tWe week visiting friends in Chicago before continuing her journey test She expects to IHJ gone a year James M Fay and Frank Fregas ser of tho Gestum Co who aro em ployed on tho waterworks system here expect to spend tho glorious Fourth in Cincinnati Mr Frank Wheat returned from tho Asheville convention on Tuesday Ho reports n most inspiring conven tion ami nn enjoyable trip through out Ho leaves today for his homo in Now York Posters aro out announcing time Lancaster Fair to bo hold ot Lan caster on July 13 14 and 15 Thoro will bo sixtyone events in tho three days for which substantial prize money is offered Mr Amon Brock and family left for Burning Springs on tho noon train Monday Mr Brock will have charge of tho school there over which Boron College has recently taken control Wo wish Mr Brock much success in this now work Tho Senior Class to the number of ten had a reunion at Todd IJouso on Tuesday evening Tho cash balance in tho treasury was used in supplying a spread for tho occasion Tho timo balance was invested in n social way enjoyable to allr The Rev L E Tupper and wife of North CraftsburyVt arrived Friday noon and aro now in tho ranks of Bereas workers lfr Tupper takes up tho editorial workof THE CITIZBN and will also superintend iho Extension work of tho College 7 PRICE 350 reuewinghisanother year writes from Los Angel cs California that ho has enjoyed cityhastho issue of which was whether or not saloons should bo tolerated there The tuilooii party wpn by n two thirds vote MallorySpringsannual weeks outyig They will camp in a cottage there rnil have taken n cook along to manage their commissary department Following arc the names of those who have gone Albert Osborno Alvin Todd Lester Hill Clyde MolmfTy Earl Has Aden Ogg Howard Harrison Howard Diznov Waller Diznoy DloknollIchief E Guy Tankersloy has done some wandering since leaving Beren and is now situated at El JPnso Tex inIm n visit here iu the course of tho next year or so Ho is rooming with W D Mcllvnno nail says they enjoy dayshero300 to 300 for a nine hour tiny and expenses are quite moderato They send remembrances to all old friends Tin CITIZEN staff wore tight royally entertained by two of its members Howard and Nut Switzer at their homo on Thursday evening list At 030 the hosts informed us that tho job was mado ready and the company to the number of fifteen surrounded tho table groaning with good things They nt once begun to make n heavy impression and all woro union feeders for n solid hour When pi tine came till hands seemed willing to assist tho devils in cleaning up Of their ability in this direction tho empty plates mado a clean proof After each guest had locked up several liandfiils In his form mean while throwing in ninny figures of speech tho staff adjourned to tho setting room and distributed themselves in most cases upon tho wood furniture A few bold face specimens wore necessary to display the brass rule common among printers Tho oldest and most esteemed typo present that evening was Mrs Elizabeth Shrop Switzors mother who is I- Idaugilttr or the Ilovolution Though nearly ninety years of ago she fa bright and active and has inmy interestingstories to tell of fifty years ago Tho genial hosts spared no pains in making tho evening one of enjoyment for nil present TilE CITIZEN staff are grateful to their fellow workers Howard and Nat Switzer and Dr and Mrs Switzer for this pleasant occasion so kindly provided for them Circus Day In Berea Notwithstanding tho rainy weather on Monday quite a number camo in from tho country to attend tho Van Amburg Circus Tho weather was fair in tho early morning but tho clouds noon began to gather and just in tho midst of the street parade the storm broke rain falling in torrents and tho wind blowing a hurricane Several trees wore blown over by tho force of tho storm As a consequence tho procession was much disorganized only about half tho outfit malting the trip to tho main part of time town At ono oclock tho afternoon performance began ands fair crowd braved limo elements and tho anklo deep mud to attend In justice to tho managers of tho concern it should be remembered that tho weather had much to do with tho poor ring performances and tho general unpleasantness srtOu1eu WITH THE OfV MAKERS M CHARACTERI New Cash Store IC C RJIODUS Prop BERFA KENTUCKY 1 experienced by those who were in attendance On time other hand the managers loft themselves open to grave criticism by permitting the customary swindlo element to operate on the ground despite time fact that according to advertisement no swindling or gambling would bo tolerated Tho skillful operator of tho shell fraud was in evidence and had a big crowd of bidders who apparently hind more inonoy than brains One arrest was matlo for soiling liquor on tho grounds and tho manager of tho Great Van Amburg Show was mado to dance to tho mono of 50 anti costs making in all a bill of 71 Tho arrest was mantle upon information obtained from United States Marshal Short who was in town mud pal issued n license to tho managers of tho concern to sell liquor As this is n local option district the selling of liquor is illegal under any circumstances mind tho town authorities took prompt meas tires to have tho offenders brought to justice A warrant was sworn out below Justice of thoteaco Gay to which tho manager of tho concern answered anti paid tho fine as mOIl tioned As they hind already paid a flue to Marshal Short for soiling liquor without securing n license from him tjioir lawbreaking con siderably reduced their proms on tho days business Though it hatl1On advertised that thorn would bo an afternoon anti evening jwrformnuco only the ono in tho afternoon was given for which n doublo admission fee was charged Many of the patrons were advised by show ollicials to visit tho big tent first and see tho animals later but upon visiting the animal tent after tho ring performance they found that the moimgVrio was being remov ed to tho train for shipment The concert given after tho nuiin perform nnco was very poor mill n disap pointment to those who remained It is higlutimo that tho right thinking people of this and every other community refuse to patronize or encourngo an affair of such low moral standing as visited us on Monday A PRIMITIVE SPOT Virginia Peculiar and Isolated I lead of Tangier In Chesapeake bay 125 wiles south 3f Baltimore with which city commu nication by boat three times a week may be depended upon during the sum mer season Is tho strange UlrtuJ of Tangier BO completely totaled from the usual lines of trawl that It hardly seems possible that It can be a port of the state of Virginia Imagine It you can an leland about five mile long and threefourth of a mile In width with a imputation of nearly 1600 where each house Is connected with Chesapeake bny by a tliijcannl an Island where the population has built homes along ono narrow street but nine feet In width without side walks roadbed or gutter an Island where the women go about with bare feet and calico gowns during the week and where tbeinea leave for their work at an early hour on Monday morning and remain away until Saturday after noon an leland where Intoxicating liq nora are not sold where bllllnrd rooms and pool rooms are unknown nn Inland where ono physician and time inlnUtcr constitute tho professional class an In land where profanity Is punished by fine an Island without a Jail pr lockup and where religion Is the rule and to be outside of the church Is to be out hide of the pale of time best society an Island where public cemeteries are un known and where tho dead of each homo are burled In time front yard 1C you con Imagine all this you may have some faint Idea of the peculiar sur roundings of the Inhabitants of Tan gier Four Track News t The Only Requisite Jo A Perfect forIt are your hands and a t J i Pompelani t As Soap tikes the dirt oil but rat cnl then thejt tltln abtotbi ttie aoap Theta U nothing In Map f that It good fur the tiaaucti II It remains Q become an ImpurlttUlurle blocked 11It PowpcUa irarthet every Impurity par or iUnUacUitaJ ireaie toipall the dirt theIt the mouse buiUalhe foundation wrinlln eouGentlewomen me It In ol lace powder tGentlemen ute it alter sbnlDIIi frlc OO nat i The PORTER DRUG CO I tTAt Ilu where Purity it Paramount I iN A it A A A111111 kA11 k11 AA AitAA1lili 11q 51 1 7 111111 A A 11isk11 t1 isi1i111 A111 AAA 11 Aq Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pny insurance But you would miss your homo if you Should lose it and no insurance Con write you in any of the good Companies I I FIRE UFEAM ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC t I J j I W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE SANK oeooeoeoeooeoeodeooeoeoeoeoeoI o 0 0 o1o ofto oioooioosootnoolooopoo- t M 0- i CJ Hanson Companys io I nor WEATHER BARGAINS 0 0- o IN Mull Batiste Netting Lawno Gingham and many other I Cotton Fabrics for Summero Wollen Fabrics a large as sortment of Suitings in the irleading Weaves A FULL LINE OF MILLINERY i- o 1 0- o We do not believe in carrying over our stock It is better business policy daysando i From July 10th to August 10th io i ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST f 0- o O i We also carry a full line of Underwear Hosiery Corsets Gloves Ribbons gceatlyas ever seen get o Ladiese i o oooIoSoooooSoIoIoooooiooottoooooSoooooiooooo000000000ooIIo o oooloioooooooo00 HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE i News of tile Past Few Days CoJ lectcd and Presented in Condensed Form PITHY APOINTED PARAGRAPHS The RussianJapanese War In the Fir East and Othir Interesting For eign Notei Dolngt of the Public Officials M Nolldoff Russian ambassador to Parts hilt been definitely appointed one of thin Russian peaco plenlponten Merle Diplomatic measures for the peace conference are continuing at St Po toriburg In the faco of the toady pres sure brought to bear by the militant factions The Noroe Vremya announces defi nltely tint tho powers of rue now Rus elan popular assembly will be com posed of COO members elected for five years Preparations for tho mobilization of troops In tho Moscow district have bees completed There will bo a mod teal examination of 100000 men from which 20000 will be selected for re serve battalions Tho body of Gen Maximo Gomez was Interred at Havana after a tuner al service w repleto with dcmonstra Ions In honor of the dead general at to load In several Instances to scenes ofdisorderTho department received a dis patch from Mr Gummere minister to Morocco transmitting a request from tho government of Morocco that the United States participate lu a confer once upon the affairs of that country The entire Spanish cabinet has resigned and Its resignation has been ac cepted by King Alfonso The resigna tion followed tbo rejection of a Tote of confidence In the cabinet Simon P Sheerln of Indiana wide ly known In political and business cir clM died suddenly la Chicago while reading a paper at the Independent Telephone convention at the Audlto Aunt President Roosevelt In a letter addressed to Secretary Taft directs tho dismissal of Minister Bowen from the diplomatic service and arraigns Mr Bowcna conduct in the BowcnLoomls controversy as reprehensible Mr LoomIn U charted with Indiscretion KxMlnlnlcr II W Bowen makes a talrment In reply to President Reese volts letter dismissing him from the diplomatic service as a result of tho Investigation made by Secretary Taft Into tho controversy between Mr Bowen and Francis B LoomIs first assistant secretary of state Ho declares that tho Venezuelan vandal consti tutes a national disgrace Ono of the most sensational cases cf forgery that has over boon brought to sight In financial circles of Phila dolphin was disclosed when It was an nounced that certificates calling for small nurabors of shares of Itocl had been fraudulently raised to hundreds of shares causing a loss to certain banks and trust companies of that city from 760000 to 11000000 Tho forgery Involves tho name of Benjamin L H Gaxklll who died four weeks ago Johnnn loch Is In high gleo over the announcement which has been car tied to him to tho effect that GoY De neon granted a reprieve Tho reprieve 1s until July 28 Tho will of tho late John W Parme tee of Chicago provides that tho en tire amount of his estate estimated at 400000 shall bo held In trust and the net Income eventually devoted to tho purchase of fuel for poor and needy families of Chicago Tho monthly statement of collections of Internal revenue shows that for tho month of May 1905 tho total rccciplfl wero 10681246 an Increase as compared with May 1904 of U 110S1G The biennial election law passed by the but Nebraska legislature and do signed to do away with offyear election waR declared unconstitutional by tho supreme court of that state All elections bo held this fall ap here tofore A reprieve until December S for Mrs Mary M Rogers the condemnod murdercHM was signed by Gov Charles J nell and for tho third time tho woman who was to kayo been hanged at Windsor Vt for the killing of her husband has been saved Refusing 30000 rather than change her religion by becoming a Roman j Catholic Mrs Lucinda Ganson of Day enport la has astonished her friends- A Now York agent for ono of tho big American firms which has exten sive Interests In the far east includ ing a branch at Port Arthur said that ho did not look for any serious com plication as a result of the action of tho Japanese government in ordering foreign merchants from Port Arthur No verdict was reached In the case of William G Crawford charged with conspiring with August W Macheu and GtorgefB Lorenz to defraud the a government la connection with con tracts to furnish letter carriers Batch departmentj a small siding six miles north of Rhine lander Win of the drowning of Mrs Ezra Craw and Mrs Edward Craw and six children In tho Rainbow Rapids Wisconsin aver Tho Tampa Bay hotel upon which 3000000 was spent was sold to tho illy of Tajnjja Fhtor 1125000 r Tho resignations of President JariJei W Alexander and Vice President Jas H Hyde of tho Equltaljln Life Assurance society has been accepted The report of Superintendent Fran cis Hondrlcks of the state Insurance department of New York upon his in jrMtleatlon of tho Equitable Life As suranco society sharply crltclsea thin management of tho society as well as the now trust arrangement for voting the stock agreed upon by Thomas F Ryan James W Alexander president and James H Hyde first Vice president respectively whose resignations were accepted by Chairman Morton are severely arraigned In the report Tile report of the Now York super Intendcnt of Insurance has been sent by cloy Hlgglnu to District Attorne Jerome at New York city It Is poss1 ble that criminal proceedings against some of the old officer of the Eqult ablo Life Assurance society will be Instigated Director August Belmont has resigned James H Hyde through his counsel Samuel Untcmoyor has Indicated to Attorney General Mayer his willing ness to facilitate tho attorney generals proposed suit against James H Hyde and associates for the return of the profits received by them In the syndicates transitions In which the Equitable secretary was Involved Whitelaw Reid American ambassa dor made his first public appearance as ambassador at a dinner given In his honor by tho Pilgrims Society of Lon don Harry Flynn 19 was drowned in the Kanawha river at Charleston W Va while his companions wore teaching him to swim This Is the 12th death by drowning In six days In the Ohio and Kanawha rivers Adm EnquIst has been given leave to send his sick and wounded men ni Manila to their Russian homes Pierce Moberly the negro who kill ed Ed C Jones In Meridian Miss hat been captured near Roberts Mill west of that place and lynched The body was found swinging to the limb of a treeThe lard refining building at the packing plant of SchwsrUchlld 8 Sulz berger at Armourdale Kap was de stroyed by fro Loss 200000 For the second time In a week John NV Hill former chief of the bureau of filtration of Philadelphia was arrested on charges of forgery and falsifying certain books and papers to defraud tho city of Philadelphia After a hear- Ing he was held In 2000 ball for trial It Is alleged the city has been defraud ed out of 240000 A system of virtual child slavery In which children under 14 years of age aro farmed out Into households In an attempt to solve the servant girl problem Is a state of affairs that has been discovered In Chicago ilax Gumperts and two employed were arrested just before the start of tho sixth race at tho Delmar track St Louts Tho arrests wero made by deputy sheriffs of St Louis county on warrants charging violations of the antl betting law Tho prefect has ordered tho population In tho vicinity of Mt Vesuvius to prepare to leave their houses owing to an alarming Increase In tho die charges from the crater of the volcano Miss Margaret W Tantum of Tron ton N J has notified Booker T Wash ington of her decision to provide mon oy for the erection of a building at tho Tuskogco Institute In memory of her father tho late Dr J B Tantum In the case of Leo Robertson line gro charged with attempted criminal assault upon a white woman near Wa co Tex the Jury brought In a verdict sentencing him to prison for 1001 years Henry Wulff former state treasurer and president of the Continental Fi n king Co an alleged gotrlchqulck V crn for which a receiver hRS been appointed was arrested In Chicago Wulff gave bond for 2500- Ttyrco men wore arrested in Chicago after they had broken into a freight car at Worth III and secured 3500 worth ot sliver bullion Tho men con fessed to having burled part of theIr plunder which was later recovered by tho police Four men wero In the part but ono of them escaped At Leighton ten miles east of Tus cumbla Ala C M Wright was fatal ly wounded by Frank Daniel a negro tTio shooting occurred during a contro veray between Wright and Daniels fa ther and the negro escaped pursued by a crowd On the steamship Campania In from Liverpool was a package consigned to an electric firm In Rochester and said to contain a clock which by tho use of radium will run for 2000 years It was sent to tho customs stores for appraisalMartin W Littleton borough presi dent of Brooklyn will submit to the board of estimate map for tho largest sewer In tho world It will bo 17 feet In diameter The marriage of Prlnco Henry Go lard do Beam de Chalals to Mlsa Beatrice Winans daughter of Mr and Mrs Ross Wlnans of Baltimore was celebrated In Paris The groom Is the head of the ancient family of BcarnBrlssac Jocko Brlggs of Chicago got a now lease of life when the supreme court granted a supcrsedoaa on notion of his attorneys This means a res pate for the man who was sentenced to hang Additional pay of U a month to en listed men in the army who quality as expert riflemen is offered In general orders Issued by Gen Chaffee chief of staff and is calculated to stimulate ri tie practice In tho army The boiler of the Attalla Curts Lum ber Cos big sawmill exploded near Attalla Ala killing four men and fa tally wounding a fifth The Twentieth Century Limited train on the Lake Shore road ran Into an open switch at Mentor 0 while running a mile a mlnuto The switch had been tampered with by some one us It was found locked open The en gino and two cars were wrecked the latter taking are and were consumed Nineteen persona wore killed and 12 others badly injured The train was a fajit flyer on a schedule of 18 hour between Chicago and New York and tbgi was her fourth trip As to who Is responsible for the condition of the swtoh the officials are uncertain It Is thought to have been the act of a maniac or some person bent on re venge A reward ot 2000 has been offered for tho arrest or for Informa tlon leading to tho arrost ot the cut pritPresident Newman of the Now York Central and Lake Shore railroads salt that the 20 hour schedule of the Twen tieth Century Limited train on the New York CentralLake Shore line will bo restored at once In place of tho 18 hour schedule Business failures for the week end lug Juno 22 number 157 against 165 last week 216 In the like week In 1904 171 In 1903 and 153 In 1D02 Nlne year old Marta Derrick met sud den death at Appleton WIs She was skipping a rope and as she reached the hundredth mark she said I have finished Almost before she had ceased speaking the child dropped dead Births In New York city at tho rate ot one every five minutes are recorded by the health department for the past few days during which period 2011 were reported Secretary of State John Hay accom panted l y his son Clarence arrived at Newport R I from Washington and were driven to the secretarys sum mer home at Newbury An appeal for money for the Japan eso orphan relief fund hat boon Issued by Rev E Warren Clark treasurer ol tho organization In Now York Rev Orello Cone DD 66 Richard son professor of theology In tho theol- ogIcal school ot St Lawrence unlver alty Is dead at Watertown N Y of heart failure Ha was the author ol several books on theology Appentlce Seaman Spllane of Kan sea City arrived at tho training sta lion Newport R i a few days ago Within 48 hours after his arrival he was taken sick and died shortly after ward at the naval hospital of spotted fever It is evident that the Franco Oer man crisis Is growing dangerously more acute The London papers publish alarmist dispatches from Berlin to the effect that a closer study of the French note on the Moroccan conference shows it to be a distinctly unsat isfactory document It is contended that the note falls entirely to relievo the situation James W Alexander former presi dent of the Equitable Life Assurance society has Increased the surplus ot that organization by paying Into Its treasury 6584376 which represents the profits he made as a member of those syndicates which were known as the James II Hyde and associates In their participation in tho underwriting of bonds The steamer William E Corey a duplicate ot the Elbert II Gary the largest boat plying the great lakes was launched at tho yards rf the Chi cage Shipbuilding Co Mrs Aggie Myers who was found guilty at Liberty Mo recently of mur der in the first degree was refused IiI new trial and was sentenced to be hanged on August 11 An appeal will be taken to the state supreme court Tho secretary of war has approved the recommendation ot COY Magoon ot tho canal zone that 30000 be do voted to school purposes A recent cansus shows that there are 1036 chit dren In the villages along the line of the Panama Railroad Co The civil service commission will hold examinations for positions as clerk and carrier as follows Elyrla 0 and Clrclevilte 0 on July 8 and Huntington W Va on July 15 The engineer Philip Barnbart of Stuart la was killed and the fireman Frank Higgins badly Injured in a wreck of the Rock Island eastbound limited No 42 Near Iowa City la 731lyptletUnggovernment printing office is being made by the special committee recent ly appointed by the tpresidenttrtd in itiate reforms In the conduct of tho business affairs ot the various govern meat departments W O Jackson chief Inspector ot rail roads and telegraphs of Ohio invent gated the Lake Shore wreck That switch was opened Intentionally we know said ho Whether or not it was locked open we can not toll for all reports are meager Mrs Watt C Gregg of Grand Lake Col In a fit of temporary Insanity shot and killed her four children and attempted to take her own life The British cruiser Carnarvon col lided with the North Gorman Lloyd steamer Coblenz off Finlstorro on the west coast of Spain The liner was much damaged No lives were lost It Is said that Lieut pen Sir No ville Gerald Lyttleton chief of the general staff and first military Bomber of the army couucll has resigned as result ot the South African army stores scandal tJapt Harry Knox recently on duty In Washington as a member of the m val organizing aad retiring board has been placed on the retired list ot the navy with the rank of rear admiral He entered the navy from Ohio Williams cqlloge of WHltarastown Mass conferred the degree of LHD doctor of uttert upon President Roosevelt i r 4 It I t ARRANGING PEACE Proposition Thor Date of Meeting Submitted to Russia It Is Under Consideration Negotia tions Will Probably Begin Dur ing the First Week or Ten i Days of August 26NegotlatI taken an Important step forward a proposition for the date of the meet Ing of the penlpotentlarles at Wash In ton having been submitted to Rus sla and being now under considera tion The exact date proposed has not been ascertained but there is reason to suppose that It Is some time dur ing the first week or ten days of August which Is about the earliest period at which the Japanese representa tives could be expected to reach Wash ington allowing reasonable time for the acceptance ot tho proposal and the Interchange of the nominations of plunlpotentlarles The emperors is not expected antefor a day or two the diplomatic mine of Russia grind slowly Whether the proposal regarding the date originated at Toklo or at Wash ington can not bo learned but the fact that tho negotiations were conducted through Ambassador Meyer may Indl cate that President Roosevelt has per haps again stepped to the fore and suggested to the two powers neither of whom would be willing to take tho initiative a suitable date THE FIGHTING IN LODZ The Number of Killed and Wounded Is Estimated at 2000 I Lodz Russian Poland June 2GTbtt most sorlous pnoee of the fighting between the military and strikers Is al- an end but there are still Isolated at tacks In the suburbs At Baluty Sun day morning cossacks attacked a Jew ish family of five persons who worE driving in a cab to the railway sta tion and shot and killed all Including the cabman At Pabjanlce near Lodz workmen attacked two policemen and shot and killed one and wounded the otherThere Is a general exodus from Lodz Twelve thousand persons have al ready left and all trains are crowded While It Is pot yet possible to ascer tain the exact number t the victims estimates placed the killed and wounded as high as 2009 The troubles here were Initiated by the social democrats and Jewish bund who determined to avenge their com rades killed In the rioting of Tuesday Tho workmen In all the factories will strike A NEW DEPARTURE Action Taken to Facilitate the Land Ing of Chinese of All Classes Washington June 26Dy direction of President Roosevelt action has been taken by the administration which not only will facilitate the land- Ing in this country of Chinese of all classes but will also eliminate from emigration bureau such admlnistrativo features as have been the subject of criticism by Chinese It Is the declar ed Intention of the president to see that Chinese merchants travelers students and others of the exempt classes shall have tho same courtesy shown them by Officers of the immi gration bureau as is accorded to cit zens of tho most favored nation Representations havo been made to the president that In view of alleged harsh treatment accorded to many Chinese seeking a landing In the Unit ed States the commercial guilds of China have determined to Institute a boycott on American manufactures NEW GERMAN EMBASSY A Site Has Been Purchased Near the French Embassy In Washington jWashington June 26The German government has purchased a splendid site for its embassy here opposite the property Of the new French embassy overlooking Sheridan circle on S street In section ot the city The property which Is shaded by mag nificent treear rises to a considerable height above the street measures out 300 by J95 feet The negotia tone for the purchase ot the property Havo been in progress some time and havo just been successfully concluded 8plenII1dFrederick the Great reproducing per haps Iq general outline the famous Sans Soucl castlo or tho new castle tK Potsdam 14Bulldog Kills a Baby Chicago June 26 Yvonne Davis 13 months was killed by a bulldog owned tiy her father Sho was playing with a ball which rolled near tho dog and dogmockedteeth in her face rEmperor Williams Yacht Defeated I Imperial Yacht Club Prussia Juno 26The German yacht Hamburg defeated Emperor Williams Meteor II ever a 33 knot course by nearly six minutes Emperor William with a largo party was on board the Moteor III The 18 Hour Schedule To Be Restored Now York June 26Tho 18 hour shining schedule for the Twentieth Century Limited between this city and Chicago temporarily abandoned following the wreck at Mentor Owill be restored to 1I fv 1 INTERESTING STATE NEWS I DUEL WITH PISTOLS Two Men Were Shot To Death In the Kentucky Mountains Sargent Ky June 3A pistol duel In which two were killed occurred In tho mountains tack of Dungannon In Scott county Henry Hale and John Bumbgardner young farmers met at Smiths saloon and after drinkinG heavily opened fire OQ each other Cyrus Hale aqd William Bumbgardnor bystanders joined In the battle an1 after ten minutes of desperate fight Ing when the smoke cleared away Henry Halo and John Bumbgardnei were dead while Cyrus Hale had received a very dangerous flesh wound All the parties were prominently connected In that section I DUEL ON THE STREET A Colored Man WoundedBy a White Man at Hopklntvllle Hopklnsvllle Ky June 2GArthur Myers a young white man and Will Barker colored fought a duel on Mali street They quarreled and Myers claims the negro had been following him about town Seeing Barker lurk- Ing behind a telephone pole Myers warned him away and the negro pulled a gun Myers fired first the bullet go- Ing wild Barker then shot and miss cd the white man who fired again wounding Barker In the leg Both were arrested There were many peo pie on the street and the duel caused much excitement A KENTUCKY BOY Twice a Deserter Though Only t9 Years Old Louisville Ky June 24 Twlqo a deserter from the United States army Bert Woosley who lives near DIg Reedy In Bourbon county celebrated his 19th birthday by being arrested by Deputy United States Marshal Jeff Cundiff The boy first enlisted In the regular army November 22 1903 but deserted soon afterward Ho was recaptured but not severely punIshed on account of his youth He deserted for the second time In New York last October Verdict Against Book Publisher Lancaster Ky June 23In the Lin coin circuit court a verdict was ren dered In favor of Mrs E L Walker county superintendent of schools for Garrard county for 10000 against the sureties of Ginn Co of Boston for discriminating In tho price of school books War Among Insurance Men Lexington Ky June 2GA repet tlon of the war between tile union and nonunion fire Insurance companies which was inaugurated hero one year ago has been started again and as a result It is believed another cut in in surance rates will be had Conductor Citron Killed Mlddlesboro Ky June 221A heavy loaded coal train broke In two on tho Stony Fork division of the L N railroad and four cars were smashed William Catron conductor was klllei and Red Orbe a brakeman was dangerously hurt Internally Heroic Brother Drowned Mt Vernon Ky Juno 26Elijah Abney 21 was drowned at Langfor Station this county while attempting to rescue a younger brother who was crossing Roundstone creek and was washed over a bar The boy reached l the shore OutI of In stalled the slot machines In vIolation of Mayor Helmbolds order alarm d at the determined stand of the women of the W C T U took the machines out Points To Murder Paducah Ky Junp 2GWaller Brown 24 was found on tho street In an unconscious condition Ho died at tho city hospital A postmortem ex amlnatlon developed that his skull was crushed The police have a clew and an arrest is expected Wheat Crop Damaged By Rain Lexington Ky June 26Tho heavy rains of tho past week have done considerable damage to the wheat crop throughout this section of tho state and with more rain the coming week It Is believed serious Injury will ros t the entire crop Ito Requisition Larimer Frankfort Ky June 26Gov Beck ham Issued a requisition on the governor of West Virginia for J O Lan mer now under arrest In Grafton W Vai and wanted In Louisville Lexington and several other places on the charge of forgery Cut Brother Fatally With An Ax Morehead Ky June 24lohn and Jay Colllna brothers living at Eads ton this county quarreled over a woman and John cut Jay with an ax Inflicting a fatal wound John Collins and the woman Ellen Isoru are In Jail here His Shot Wai Fatal Winchester Ky June 24MuttT- racey son of S P Tracey superln tendent of schools of Powell county it- is alleged shot and fatally wounded a young man numed Ware son of ex Ihtrltt P W Ware Cause unknown ON WIFES DARE I t Husband QuaffrclCovington Ky Juno 24Dared It is said by hte wife to carry out his threat to klllhlraself William Brodet boss carpenter CO shot and probably fatally wounded himself at his homo on the northwest corner of Scott and 20th streets Brodet with his wife and C E Do hymer a friend had just sat down to supper when an argument Behymerr eu says arose between Brodet and his rro wile about 2 she said he had obtain xt ed from her to buy a saw He retorted that he had bought tho saw and rising from the table duced a saw from a closet for whichsthe said he had spent 2 G1 Mrs Brodet told him he had that x saw several days before ho got theifrom her whereupon Brodet was an gered and went to an upper room and shot himself t1 NURSED PET DOG It Is Now Believed the Woman Has Hydrophobia f Owensboro Ky June 23Mrs Wait Reynolds of this county has a genu ine case of hydrophobia It is bellevsed she contracted tho disease about a year ago when she had a pet dog which developed hydrophobia She nursed It during all the stages of the Tlordisease The dog did not blto her and mt It Is supposed that the disease came or from getting the poison In tome slight lit abrasion of the skinanHE NEARLY DIED Feared Whipping So the Sensitive Boy Swallowed Parts Green Ia 2GFredffWilliamsburg Ky June Early aged 12 years attempted sui 1 clde here by taking parts green be cause his mother had threatened to punish him Prompt medical aid saY edhimTho child was extremely sensitive and a harsh word la said to have great ly affected him Regaining conscious ness he expressed contrition and beg ged the physicians to save his life He or will recover 1 Monarch Declared Insane t0businessclared insane In the circuit court and 0 and a guardian ad lltem appointed to 0 look after his Interests in a suit rbrought by the Columbia Finance and Trust Co of Louisville to which he la 0 a party defendant Was Tired of Life Bowling Green Ky June 26Mra 0 Sarah Rather committed suicide by hanging herself In her henhouse Sheoclimbed up on a chair tied the to a post placed the noose around her 0 neck then kicked the chair away Sheoleaves a husband and two small chit X dren In a note left she told band she loved him and tho childrenobut was tired of living 0 oNewport ohasCampbell county bar His charactei 0 was called Into question Jjy Col WashJington while being examined in Judge I 0seraThe Giant Declared Insane J Newport Ky June 24 Stove o Burns tha Newport giant who recent K ly ran amuck requiring the united ef sforts of five policemen to arrest hint and sock him up was declared a lu o odonso Suit Comprt Wised o 7Hppkinsville Ky Juno 2 O o jReeder at one time employed as q cautyav 0Januaryghat by the negligence of defendant he 1e Jost one of his legs and use of the oth er at Earllngton The railroad corn Pally pays feeder 8250j Charged With Rasing Bills Paducah Ky June 3Unltect states Detective Donnell arrested J H Williams a towboat man on the harge of being implicated in the rain fdg of 2 bills to 10 Bertha Lassl ter a 15yearold girl who passed one l pKthjnoes claims to have received tttrom wmaIt8 t FatalIY1f1J red j I Winchester Ky June 26 Charles Donahue 16sgot his coateaught in tho belting at the electric light plant and tas pursed Into tnc machinery fright tully his head and right sldo besides breaking his left shoulder right leg and Injuring him Internally Ryan Pleads Guilty of Murder Franklin Ky Juno 23Tom Ryan pleaded guilty to the murder of Bob Beard and was given a life terns In the penitentiary This Is the onlyrcase of the kind where any ever pleaded guilty ot murder In the first degree In this county Appoints a Kentuckian Washington Juno 26 Sherasaa u Cooper has been appointed Internal revenue collector of the Eighth PItt trict of Kentucky to succeed James jDenton resigned The appointment 1was announced at the white house Silo 1 s f t H Eastern Kentucky News Ko eonnpondence pnbnshed III11ett stied ill fin by the writer The name is not for Pllb1lcaUolI lilt as La evidence of tool faith Writ pWnly it1111it11IttMtttH1tHtfiIIt11I t t t tIt t t t I I I 11 IIfo MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Juno ISMiss Emma McCollum from Boouovillc Ky is the guest of Miss Sarah Lawson this weekMr niul Mrs John Powell of Dreyfus were the guests of Charlie Rogers and family Sunday Rev Smith of Sum merset rulaski has accepted a call here at the Baptist Church and com menced his work Saturday and Sunday lalltMrs Will Henry is dangerously ill at this writingMrs Mary Giiiim is sickat her fathers with malaria fever this week Grand ma Cadlo was the guest of Mrs W M Hiatt WednesdayMr May Ponder who returned from Vii lagrove 111 a few days ago was married Saturday to Miss Maupin of Hickory Plains They will return to Ill to mako their future homeG- D Gabbard of this place and M J Gabbard of Borea who have been visiting friends and relatives in Jackson Co returned last Thursday they report a most enjoyable time fishing Bud hunting and camping outMrs Susie Halcomb is slowly improving The people of this com munity are enjoying a fine rain at this writing Quite a number of tbo people of this vicinity were at the Berea commencement Mr Robert Gentry and family visited friends and relatives at Red Lick last week Mr and Mrs Bert Sopor of Lan caster were the guests of their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs C H Baker Tuesday night and attended the WednesdayrMay SLMr Wash Lame acv companied by his daughter Mrs Anna L Morgan of Dayton Ohio is visiting his son Henry A Lame for a I few weeks at College Hill KyMr Thomas Denton and wife of Puuola Ky made a flying visit to their daughter Mrs H A Lame at College Hill and spent a pleasant dayMrs Ada Martin entertained quite a num ber of ladies at tell a pleasant tithe- wasenjoyedH A Laine addressed the C M E Sunday School at College UillOn Sunday June 25 was childrens day at College i mil appropriate exercises were conducted We are glad to see new life infused into the Calvinist Baptist Church white of Cane Springs onoof the oldest organiza tions in Madison county and representing in its membership some f of the oldest and most prominent people in the county This Church a was postered for fifty years by the pate lamented Rev William Rupard a goodmanMrs Dillard Hill will I publicschoolIj going up that a growing spirit of l disorder is found in the public schools of the county A growing disobedience a growing iiuliffereaco to the care of scjiool property a growing spirit of lawlessness on the highway a growing spirit of inn t politeness Who is to blame Some i1 i body is and something must be Toner juMOTEy Juno 2QJotT Jackson formerly j i i Lexingtonforvisit with friends there ho will return to his home in County QhioMimDfaryCurryof who has been HamiltonJ ter Mrs Dr Brady for the months has returned r Garrett is building a new house for a Mr Tobo Lake at Panola uof this place and vicinity assemblol- at tho Bobtown Schoolhouse on Sun organizedSunday m is known as the Bobtown Union Sunday School Bro N L Willow I SuperintendentThis I in good hope andwith a looking forward for something hotter ixetho future Mrs Elizabeth GibsosudJed r at her home Friday and was7luried SaturdayM1tt1ooLawso11 t on business John Lawson and two sons front Flotwoods Ky visited friends hero Saturday 1 McKeen has purchased a fine horseI and buggyMissMary Jackson andl and Edna Moody and Jphni McKeon attended Mallory Sprngll oveniug M A Moody hail iafine horso die and two days Jxjfcro I it died ho was offered 130 for it I PEYTONTOWN A JUlie 20 Rev G L Camlpelll Svisited tho Sunday School at Big Hill Sunday Miss Annie Mary Cheuault of White Hall is visiting youa oor respondent this wcokSundmour regular meeting day and ali o the funeral of Mrs Addio Blytho wlio died January tho second wEak was preached by Rev E Miller aadR H I p MundayNoztSaturdaynightweekJuly and ice cream supper at tho Church for tho benefit of the Sunday School Wo cordially invite all to nttciid Miss Sophia Finnol who went to Cincinnati some time ago returned homo Sunday night in company with Mr Arch Miller who also went several weeeks agoMr Robert Newman and Mrs Alloua Rico visited the latters mother last week Yourcor respondcnt will begin school hero next Monday July 3rd Wo hope to have a successful school yearMr James Wnlkor of Richmond was in our town Sunday Mr Edd Kirtloy of Richmond is spending tho week with your correspondent studying for school workDREYFUS Juno 2W N Hurd and Thomas Harris will leavo for St LouisMoSunday Leonard Morris of McKee lis visiting friends hero this weekMrs Geo Hard who was thrown from her buggy last week is some bettor Mrs James Young and daughter Pears aro visiting in Cincinnati this week Mrs Maggie Sheppard who has been visiting her father the past two weeks returned to her home in Ind Saturday Geo French of Berea visited his daughter Mrs Ada Hud son here Sunday Miss Eva Baker is visiting in Berea this wlOkMi18 Sallio Young will leave for Jackson Ky next week whore she will remain all summer Charlie Riddcll left for Cincinnati Sunday Mrs Gertrude Riddoll left for Blooming ton Ill Saturday OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD June 28Wo ore having lots of rain this weekW B Gabbard returned home from Lexington Ky Friday morning R W Green is very poorly with consumption at thi- swritingH II Rico was at Boone villo Saturday Marion Reynolds sold to Harvey Rico 28 bushels of corn at 70 cents a busholMr Pig tho hustling drummer called on H II Rico Thursday R W Winter and family of Boonevillo visited C B Moore the latter part of the weekLeo Rose of Eversole pur chased 28 fine goslings from Mrs C B Qabbard for 25 cents a piece James Buck Bolin of Eversole who has been confined to her bets for several months died on Friday about one oclock The remains will be brought to this place and buried todayMrs Mattie Allen wife of Win Allen and daughter of Mr and Mrs John Gilbert of South Fork passed away last week with con sumption Some of tho people of this vicinity went to Beattyvillc Wednesday to see tho big Van Amburg Show From The Jofforsonvlllo Ind Star Jno W Shelby and sister Mrs Nobia Adams La Follette Tenn wero the guests of Mr and Mrs C A Jones of this vicinity After a weeks visit they returned homo Monday After n six weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs C A Jones Mrs Daisy Jones Welsh and littlo daughters left for their home in Grayville Ill Row Welsh joined thorn one week ago from his visit to tho Pacific coast A GOOD SUGGESTION The Editor of Till CITIZEN has received the following letter from an truest worker regarding tho Church pubUsh Garrard Co June 24 03 Dear Headers of The Citizen My heart was touched when I read the sketch about tho Blue Lick Church house in lost weeks issue of TUB CITIZEN and as I cannot do carpenter work I decided to write a letter in behalf of tho work I would offer n word to tho good sistersyou who live on a farm and have produce to sell When you take your eggs to market just tell ho merchant you want 25cents in caslr to give tho Blue Lick Church undyou will find very few if vho will refuse to give thntvrnuch in such n cause Our Sunday School got into debt and was about to be closedso I tried tho plan I have just suggested and wo very soon bad enough monoy to pay tho debt and hove been able to carry on tho work ever since The mon became Interested when they saw their wives willing to give Jof their scanty means to tarry on tho work and turned in to help also Will you not read this an d see if you cannot do something givoSISundaySchLet us do our part to establish this bus at Bluo LickSincerely A SUNDAY SCHOOL WOBitER kr I Happenings in Kentucky 1 A SERVANT ON TRIAL He la Charged With PoUonlng the Family of Judge Mulligan Lexington Ky Juno 2LTho at tempt to poison tho family of Judgo James H Mulligan last September was recalled hero when Louts Mitchell em ployed as a servant at tbo time was placed on trial for the alleged crime After poisoning the food Mitchell con fessed to Mrs Mulligan that ho had placed arsenic In tho baked salmon and begged her and the children not to eat any of It After his arrest ho made a written confession setting forth these facts and implicating an other party Judge and Mrs Mulligan and their son Dennis Mulligan on tho stand told of the actions of the negro Judgo Mulligan said ho received a tele phone message from his eon to bo at tho Northern bank that morning but Instead of going had sent the Mitchell with a noto to his son explain ing why ho did not keep tho appoint ment A CLOUDBURST Heavy Damage Inflicted To Property ayLeltchfield- Leltchfleld Ky Juno 28A cloud burst struck this section doing great damage At Canoyvllle Keller Bros ax handle factory and lumber yards were washed away the damage being from 5000 to 8000 Henry Shrews bury lost 50 acres of wheat valued at 1000 Not a shock was left stand ing in the field and water stood two feet deep over tho railroad tracks Lightning destroyed telephone boxes wires and poles Jacob Geary living a short distance from Caneyvlllo white standing near a tree was struck by lightning and Is in a serious condition Washouts lire reported from nearly ev cry section of tho county NEW PROFESSORS ELECTED Dr Chase Palmer Will Succeed Dr Kastle Ac Dean of Chemistry Lexington Ky Juno 2SAt a meet- Ing of the executive committee of the board of trustees of tho Kentucky State college Dr Chase Palmer of Central university Danville Ky was elected to succeed Dr J H Kastlo as dean of chemistry Other appoint ments ore Prof J Morton Davie to succeed Prof J R Johnson as assistant to the chair of mathematics and Prof J J Hooper of Texas as assist ant in agriculture In the college Mandamus Suit Frankfort Ky Juno 28The pros ent democratic county committee filed suit for a mandamus to compel tho custodian of the election returns in tho TaylorJohnson raco for represen tative to turn ovor the returns bal lots and boxes to tbe committee before whom the contest is now being prosecuted Survives Ninth Accident Louisville Juno 28Jullim Berry a construction and bridge work er was struck on tbo head by a crow bar while working on tho new armory and Is In a dangerous condition at his home Ho has suffered in nine serious accidents In nine years and seven oi them in the past seven months Want Free Pikes Newport Ky Juno 28The ques Hon of free turnpikes will be voted on at the fall election if present plans do not miscarry The law provides that 1C per cent of tho total number vi electors In the county must petition the county court to have tho question placed on tho ballot Larimer College Bought By Berea London Ky Juno 28 Lorlmer Bap tlst college at Burning Springs Clay county was sold at shorlCs sale and bought by Bcrca college About five years ago a college was organized at Burning Springs trustees chosen and other officers and teachers selected Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Juno 28Prlces woro steady on the tobacco breaks Tho range on burley was J4 20011 25 on dark 34GG70 Offerings wero as follows Burley 172 hhds dark 143 hhds total 31C hhds original 249 hhds review CC hhds Crops In Bad Condition Mt Sterling Ky Juno 28lIeavy rains aro causing much damago to tho growing crops Tho wheat crop is In a serious condition and fears are en tertained that it will be ruined Only a small per cent has been cut and rust is slowing For a Womans Love Henderson ICy Juno 28Vnn R Carpenter a travoling salesman at tempted suicide hero by taking laud anum because it is alleged a young lady stopping at the Dixon hotel did not return his love Crops Damaged By Rain Frankfort Ky Juno 28Many of tho leadltig farmers of Franklin and adjoining counties who were here say that tho heavy rains of the last ton days have almost completely destroyed tho wheat and ryo crops in this section WellKnown Farmer Din Suddenly Taylorsvllle Ky Juno 28Danlel OLeary ono of the bestknown farmers in Spencer county died near Wakefield of cholera morbus aged 60 years lie was sick only a few hours Tho body of Chns Rupp of Newport Ky who committed suicide by jump ing from the L N bridge has been recovered at Bromley Ky CHURCH OPENING The new Church house nt Blue Lick will bo dedicated next Sunday July 2nd At 10 am there will boo social Childrens Service nt 11 am addresses will bo given by Mr Howard Hudson mFl Hix Supt of Sunday School anti others The friends are requested to bring their dinners and remain At 210 the dedicatory sermon will bo preached by tIll Roc L E Tuppor of Borea and late of Vermont Good singing will bo a special feature of tho tiny Como and enjoy tho day with us A collection will bo taken I in aid of Hio work Evorylwdy welcome The College Forest Preserve offers for sale line quality of 2 foot black oak boards for roof covering apply to S C Mason Supt of Preserve Parties desiring picnio or camping privileges on College Forest lands must secure written permission from Prof S C Mason Supt of Preserve A Sons of Veterans Camp Mr W B Ifamsoy received n letter recently front George II StebbiuH Treasurer and Secretaryof tho Kentucky Division of tho Sons of Veterans expressing a desire to mitt at Berea in their annual encampment at tho mine timo us tho Q A II encampment hero next year Accord lug to the laws of the Sonsof Veterans however they nro only permitted to hold their annual encampments in places where they have a local camp and as there is noun how they would bo debarred from coining to Berea on that account Mr Stebbius is anxious that n camp be established as soon as possible in order to mako tho encampment jO8siblo It requires fifteen or moro Sons to got a charter and the charter books mid all supplies necessary to start will tort 15 besides n round trip rail road ticket and Ixxird for ono tiny for the mustering olllcor No doubt the G A 11 tacit of this continually would bo glad to see the principle for which they have HO long striven perpetuated in thoir sons and to this end Iw glad to aid in tho ealab lislimunt of a Sons of Veterans Camp hero LOST By tho Sul soribor on the Oth hist a pair of gold spectacles with sanest taws no finis about the lenses rail peculiar lenses If any one finding the saute will dollvoc them at the office of Till Cmzav they will lx sent for anti tho finder will IK sqitably rewarded J A 11 ftogers Woodstock IIIWI 0MRS CECELIA STOW Orator nitre None Club 170 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 221002 For nearly four years 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an as the to well I however operationSlywell as I for a woman Is a disconsolate place at beet A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Wino of Cardul for me to try and ho did 10 I began to improve in afew and wits very rapid Within eighteen weeks I was another Mrs Stoves letter shows woman how a home is IAt1denedby howootUlletelyWino ness and brings health and happi ness Do not on suffer tog Go to your druggist today and secure a f of Cardul WINEotClA03J Carriage Satisfaction Here Runabouts Surries Traps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish bodyfinishcarriages invariably give No better Illaco to buy titan HEKE No hotter Urns to buy than NOW Prices down to Kockbottom Qualities up to Top not ob We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky RICHMOND GREENHOUSES I IPhone 188 Richmond Ky Out Flowers 2Designs and ij Blooming Plants IfJ tIr G r OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Departmentof DentlstryUnlversity of Cincinnati Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati Ohio This College wiw organized in 1815 sad thn Goth minimi session beginu October Ilrd 1005 Three WMitlonn of BOVBII month ouch nru required for graduation This in tho first Dental College mtahliHhod twontyiUltruclortducationcmlitscimicsareunnurpassadOptical For further information and announcement address II ASM1TH D US Dean JIG Garflold Place Cincinnati Oh- ionosoosososooooeooeosoooeooeoeoooeoecoosa n u CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL ig Law Department of Iho University of Cincinnati o g Established 1833 HAS 3500 GRADUATES o- s Now building anti cqulpmnnrn with all modern conronioncw o Latest and most approved methods of Instruction with n splendid o corps of teacltoroS Thp 74th year of this School sus September IMJtb leJO5o2 For Announcement and further information mldnwi S W P ROGERS Din- CINCINNATIo Cincinnati Law School OHIO 0 oeoososooaosoeosoeosocoeoosoIosoososososoeooDR Dimness UtMcry IIIiI UI BowebSinn Cests Oaly 25c at Driggists er 25c t8 Co J MOFFETT M th St LeVis Me Mother I Hesitate no longer but save the health and life of child as thousands have done by giving these powders TIE THINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and ever comesthe effects of the summers heat upon teething children FOR SALE A GOOD ROUSE and LOT In Bnroa Ky on Boone St nlllr District Ifren School and in half a mile from the College Six roomed house all rooms coiled good wull near door small barn two stalls about a dozen fruit and shade trees nice lowers a good pinion and a good foncfl Size of lot between eighty and ninety reel rrontkond ono hundred mind fifty feet rear line Warranty Deed Reafion for Salo Tho property was bought for school purposes nnl now that school days In Boron aro Terms Enclose stamp W D SMITH LOCK BOX N Brunswick Nebraska Buggies Phaetons Bowel Troubles of Children of flay Jtge Aids DIgestion IRegulates the th MAKESTEETHINGnail your propertylonger The CitizenAL- WAYS A FULL DOLLARS WORTH OF NEWS STORIES HELPS FOR THE FARMER HOUSE WIFE AND TEACH ER 52 issues of eight pages forl 00 L C HINMAN Manager Bpron Ky todod od odo +od od p+ol o+od od o +od o +od o+o +o +od od o+o+o +o+ I THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON J+o la hero and every housewife wants ono or more o pieces of new 2 tIURNITURE+ CARPET or MATTINGi Take a Look Through Our Stook + H It will surprise you how woll and how reasonably we can Jo supply your wants 1 o IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD + t Now Florence Drop Top Unit Btmring Sowing Machiuna 9 o 125 130 and 115 worth sro 00 and J45 t 5 OBTJTCHER EVANS t 47Mo0 1 +o +o +o 1 r