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BEREA PUBLISHING CO L L TUPPER Manager iffnlmd al 14 Pottofflft at Btrta Ay 01 iwond elate nwUm- alltrMHMHHMiMlMHMHM VOL VII live coots a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 20 1905 One dollar a year NO G I IDEAS Our acts mako or mar us Wo arc the children of our own deeds Victor lluyo Culture means tho perfect and equal development of man on nil IldelJoIII Utirroughn Be Hiiro my Boll and remcmbor that the best mou always make themselves Patrick Henry I was Industrious whoever Is equally sedulous will bo equally successfulJohuSebuaiiun Much Lifo In a quarry out of which wo are to mould and chisel and cum plett U raeter loeihe Ery man has a weak side Every wWrman knows whero it is and will bo guru to keep a double guard there Mason IN OUR OWN COUNTRY- It is announced by those In author ity that the draw for tho public schools of Kentucky will bo U2fj this year the highcnt it hoe over beenA franchise hoe been granted for an electric roud from Lexington to Richmond and along any pike in Madison County That ought to mean another outlet for Berea David Henderson exspeaker of the Houeo of Repnt4entativefl is erioualy III from pareMM or softening of the brain Little hope is enter tained of his recovery although he may linger for mouths Tho Jackson Ifuttltr reports a systematic and vigorous attempt in Brcathitt County to break up the blind tigers The presence of wl jt tho Unifier no trulycalls miserable death hoU hoe hud much to do with the notoriety of Breathitt County abroad It is expected that an effort will btt made in tho next Congress to secure an increase of salary for mom bers of the Presidents cabinet and Congress lllaou1l1fLfIpOlIlI to tho effort It is abhorrent to the democratic Ideas of this country that all but rich men should ho debarred from serving iu the cabinet becauw the compensation offered is iueufli dent to permit of a poor mans accepting a cabinet place and yet it- t U absolutely impossible for a member kiTifvo on the 8000 a year which a cabinet position pays A uunuW of the cabinet cannot tent a suitable house lu Washington for lens than 2500 a year and they aro hard to find at that Most members of the cabinet unless they own their houses jmy 4000 or f5000 a year rentand tho remainder of their salaries goes for servants and official entertainments which they are bound to give tho result being that they must practically have enough to live ou over and above their salaries FROM THE WIDE WORLD Havana now has over 300000 population a growth of over 05000 In five years and Is clean and pro gressive Truly the world do moveThe governments of Great Britain and Spain have accepted tho invita lion of the Sultan of Morocco to attend the international conference on Moroccan reforms ou condition that the contents of tho program to bo discusoil le communicated to them beforehand- It is said iu London that the American girls who have married members of tho English aristocracy lire making their husbands to hustle after tho American fashion Severn of them are making quite effective personages out of mon who previous to their marriages wore distinguished only by their worthlessness English sportsmen object to tho Introduction of American base bull luto their country because of tho I shouting of tho fans A London paper says The clamor and clangor of a baso ball match wouldcause even the Australian barracker who La spoilingcricket I I slow dogret to retreat pallid and aghast from the tight of the diamond and its votaries Others have felt some thing the saute l Tho appointment of M Witto vice M Muravieff as chief Russian plenipotentiary to the peace con ference is tho occasion of extreme gratification to everyone interested In the actual accomplishment of peace in tho Orient M Muraviod was not au advocate of IKJOCO and U was oxjwcted that his influence would bo derogatory to tho uegoti lotion of a peace treaty whereas M Witto has always been tho leader of the Russian peace party was opposed to the jwlicy which precipitated the thinoxtreaty which will result in lusting peaco between Russia and Japan The appointment of Witto Is a great triumph for tho peace party and will materially facilitate the efforts of Ida conferees TIDE CITIZEN I MISSING AN OPPORTUNITY I If the cur really wants good aivlee why not liitcn to the tweet girl grad uar Mlnneapolit Journal COTTON SCANDAL Statistician and Chief of the Bureau of Statistics John Hyde Resigns HIS RESIGNATION ACCEPTED Wlllett N flays Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Placed In Charge of the Bureau Temporarily Officials of the Department state That Mr Hyde Has Not Been Impll Gated In Any Manner In the Irregularities Washington July 19The resigna non of John Hyde statistician and ohlof pjf Uia biUNaupfBtBtlstJc oLUw department of agriculture was banded to Secretary Wilson and promptly ac cepted Wlllett N Hays the assistant secretary of agriculture has been placed In charge of tho bureau tempo rarily and will continue to act pending the Investigation of tbo cotton scanS dal and until a competent statistician Is foundMr withdrawal from tho de partment created wide Interest Secretary Wilson and other officials of tho department have stated that Mr Hyde has not been Implicated In any manner In tho Irregularities that resulted In the dismissal of Edwin S Holmes tho associate statistician whom secret service operatives charg ed with being guilty of giving to brokers advance figures of cotton crop statisticsMr Hyde In Bad Health In his letter to tho Secretary Mr Hyde takes notice of the fact that no will bo criticised for resigning unaer fire and In defense says there has never been a times when ho was not under fire Ho declares that an organization meaning tho cotton growers Is bent upon getting him out of the govern ment service and that his health will not permit him to continue so unequal a struggle There Is considerable speculation aa to tho probable successor of Mr Hydo One name that has been sug gested Is D S Snow of Chicago statistician under J S Dodge who was chief of tho bureau about 12 years ago Mr Dodge was in charge at the time the present system of gathering crop statistics was devised The Salary la Inadequate Cot Henry Heater secretary of tho New Orleans cotton exchange In a conversation with Secretary Wilson contended that the salary paid by the department Is inadequate to get tho right kind of a man for the place Mr Hyde at his house sale that ho felt that ho had cast off an Immense burden from his shoulders Ho had fully Intended to resign some time dur ing tho coming autumn he stated and therefore he had only advanced his resignation by a few weeks Mr Hydo spoke of how congenial the work halt been to him notwithstanding Its labo rious character and expressed regret at having to part from the official clerical force In tho bureau of statls tics Aa regards the Investigation now being conducted by the district attorney Mr Hydo said that he had calculated to assist In every possible way In getting to tho bottom of the ease and that even now that ho was out of office ho will If called upon bo only happy to contribute In any way lila aid into the Investigation Six Burned To Death St Paul Minn July 19At Wa busbn Minn six persona were burn ed to death In a fire which destroyed tbo depot hotel The tire was caused by tho explosion of a gas tank used for au Illuminating plant with which tho hotol was euljuied JAPANESE TERMST- hey Have Not Been Made Known Yet Not Even to President Roosevelt THOUGHT THEY WILL BE EASY The Peace Envoys Will Be Afforded Every Facility and Convenience by the American Government They Will Be Given An Absolutely Clear Field For Their Conference and Entirely Free From Any Possible Interference Oyster Bay N Y July 19No advices either from this country or from abroad have reached President Hoosot vtflw liwoufdwarrant even fir Indirection a pessimistic view of tho re suit of the forthcoming peace confer once between the plenipotentiaries of Russia and Japan On the contrary It can bo said that such advices as the president has received indicates that a sincere effort on the part of tho repre sentatives of belligerent nations will be made to reconcile their differences and negotiate a treaty of peace that will be permanent The terms that Japan will propose have not been made known even to Mr Roosevelt and they probably will not be officially until the conferees as semble as a peace commission That tho terms will not be drastic ls believed generally In administration circles The President Gratified- It Is known that the president has Intimated to tho Japanese government his belief that an agreement with Rus cia can be reached without serious dif ficulty provided Japans terms are not harsh or of a kind seriously to humlll ate her adversary The president has Indicated definite ly that his work as an Intermediary between Russia and Japan practical ly Is concluded He Is gratified that he has been able to bring the two bel ligerents together to discuss and con alder their differences with a view to the negotiation of a treaty of peace That he will have an active hand In the conference is regarded as quite un likely The envoys will bp afforded every facility and convenience by the United States government for the conduct of their negotiations but they will be given an absolutely clear field for their conference a field entirely free from any possible Interference It Is believed that the president will not be drawn Into any controversy between the two sets of plenipotentia ries as the ono or the other of the two nations directly Interested almost certainly would regard such a contin gency as Interference THE RussiAN WARSHIPS Most of Those Sunk at Port Arthur Can Be Raised Toklo July 19An officer who has returned from Port Arthur reports that tho extent of damage to tho sunken Russian ships was slighter than was anticipated It has been known that the Russians applied explosives Inside tho vessels before they wero abandon ed and tho resuming damages were expected to be serious It was found however that the greater portions of the ships wero stranded unhurt The Bayan which sustained the most se vere damage baa been taken In tow and the Poressvlet la navigable with her own engines Both of these ves sels will soon be brought here to complete the necessary repairs Even the Pelada which sustained the heaviest damage Is expected to be refloated by the middle of August and before this the Rotrlvlzen and Pobleda will be afloat TORRID WEATHER Oppressive Heat Has Settled Down Over the Eastern andv j New England States ITS VICTIMS NUMBER HUNDREDS 1 1 Philadelphia Reported a Maximum Temperature of 988 Degrees the Highest Figure Officially Noted c Many Street Thermometers Indicated r 100 Degrees ocTemperatureReliable Instruments Registering 104 and 106 New York July19An area of oppressive heat that brings to mind with Unpleasant rlvldluesi the recordbreak ing summer of 1901 has settled down over the eastern and New England ktB ci already numbering hundreds ftTnOug its victims and causing Indfc scribable suffering to thousands in this and other cities From all points Tuesday night camo the story of the hottest day of the sum mer attended with frequent protra lions and not a few deaths Philadel pbla reported a maximum temperature of 983 the highest figure officially iidted In this city the weather bu reaus high mark was 96 while in Boa ton a temperature of 94 was recorded The official thermometers located in exposed places about the street did not however Indicate the temperature In which the ordinary mortal moved and many street thermometers indi Gateda temperature of 100 or higher some reliable instruments registering 104 and 105- Following are the maximum temper atures officially recorded In the larger cities with the known cases of pros tration and death City Max Tem Frosts mhs New York 96 187 23 Philadelphia 983 CO 5 Baltimore 973 C 1 Washington 95 6 Boston 94 4 1 Ilttsburg 93 26 13 Buffalo 78 2 1- In the above table the total of pros trations include the fatalities The above figures by no moans rep r ijgnlthgsuui of human suffering as an endless of victims wfco coF- I lapsed at home In the office or work shop were privately attended COTTON GROWING An Organized Movement Started By the British Manufacturer Washington July 19An apparent ly well organized movement started by the cotton manufacturers of Great Britain to encourage the growth of cotton In the British possessions and countries other than tho United States where natural conditions favor profit able cultivation Is reported to the de partment of commerce and labor by Consul Halstead at Birmingham Eng This movement Is being directed by the British Cotton Growing associa tion and was started to liberate the British cotton trade from the danger of American speculators Father and Son Drowned Southampton L I July 19 Qeorgi A Hulse and his 11yearold son were drowned while Mrs Hullo and six oth er ones looked on helpless to render aid They were bathing The bodies were recovered 1I tHII II Sixteen Departments Eight Pages 0 Ii t7is86Pdriwo 7r ttu Mrttb I C iyarisvseuaaooo T IIIIMany persons think because their business is small that a bank does not want to be bothered with it IThey are mistaken so far as this bank is concerned We welcome the small account as cordially as the large one One Sfcf dollar will start tan accounty H i + Come in and begin saving your I money now t Yours truly t Cashier hlbhe1 Youre Invited 3Cqpay iiurt8iQronallBgthyifcall that yoUitnuiyjDspeut the largest newest best brought stock of goods iu Eastern Kentucky COME INLOOKEXAMINECOMPARE and PRICE Our goods are all for sale we advertise and encourage home buying and we dont have to- GBTJMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS- We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality will all testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they they I Our Big 4 Everybody eaves by trading at I WELCHS i It o roYorostostottaKosRoroKoKotRolRoKoKokoltouroroKotRodoKoYot oKoroKot ostoroaorortosovoKorosyo- o o r i SALE i 0o rIt 0 I AT THE NEW CASH STORE Berea Ky i It o- It of o atx 20o 0Ix Iam overstocked on Clothing and Shoes and have decided the- o a way to sell them fast is to sell 11g cheaper than anyone else 0 Come in and see and if we dontA 0offer you a bargain we will not ask o you to buy o Very respectfully 0 C C Rhodus Prop o 8xo5lolta14o1eo14o1to1eo14olto1loitoltoleo1to14o11o11oi4oia C r + I I J1IHHH HHH Gkroutidr + I r Honest Wear Satisfy IOLIVERmoney SPECIAL o o Bargains in Suits Y o 1600 Suits for 1100 0 1200 Suits for 900 o 1000 Suits for 750 0N 76O Suits for 500 o so Bargains in Shoes o 400 Shoes for325 4 350 Shoes for 290 0 300 Shoes for 240r250 Shoes for 216 0 I 200 Shoes for 165xo o ltoilolloilo11o1to11o11o11o1toStoleo7aoilo14o1to14o1lo1so THE riRST ONE I loved x Ilrl when I wee young A elrl t dared not try to kse- i t Our love was shy and founil no tongue Slid eyes toM tale we could not mtge Jlheyenri have slrruhej n lifetime now 1AndI have loved more girls than one I And I have klftsed with deepest vow J And kissed before I knew twn done And that flrat girl I never met After her pigtail coiled her head And 1 eant imy my eyes were wet When some one told that abe wai dend IYetthere It In the Is the one only one of women nil Now that the llt In cW d anil done i Whom dretmiB of lay and nlgbt recall Only last tight she Mme to me HUll nllent came end shy and swat And then 1 leatood what lire might do Dreamdrawn I sought my sweethearts feet 1 laid my heed upon tier breast Wllliln that haven renctird it last N There came no echo save of rent From all the lifelong wear past To pack poor dog his day weir told Of my queer lurk here In the best 1 dreamed that ulrl forgot of old Caressed my 4 ud against her breast Meliures lUguilif r s A STRANGE MANUSCRIPT By TOM P MORGAN pUlIcallionstory of Strange Manuscript ound In a Copper Cylinder t While Its startling revelations were only to be read with bated hair and breath on end Its disclosures must needs get up long before day to equal In darkred thrill those of the strange manuscript found In a sardIne can Vhlle strolling In his garden the morning after the great storm Prof queerlyican In a cloth of strange hue and texture Upon prying open the can the pro i UK DI COVJinK + V VEKRLY II BARKED SAUDI NK tAN aIlfscript found In a sardine can were as f1OlIosKingdom of the foolKillert Immolation Day VIWilliam Blgsmlth knowing that any moment the FoolKiller Is liable to drop In upon me and make me the late Mr Blgsralth do wrlto tlila with fear and trembling also with a pen made of a sharp stick keeping an rye ou the rack where they are Just nlw sawing to two a more than ordinarily depraved spring poet J Nearer at hand the Isthishot choughforyou man Is roasting over yellsIIf I succeed In finishing this and throwing It over the edge before the mayfallwill publish It as an awful warning to people who are smarter than the law allows My Intemperate Indulgence In In vestigation is what has brought met lipro where cheered by the yells of the man who on earth left open thee door and now has hla head cternaiiy shut Into one I write and await ac coming of the FoolKiller Throw Investigation and Invention serkylnyuday the ruler of this dread realm wilf JOel you by the surplus skin of yjur neck nnd jerk you from happiness into jniii ry As an Inventor I was far from Im log n pretender like Keely For a time I Invented with Impunity and nothing befell me Blade reckless by I continued success I accomplished that which eclipsed all my previous efforts I have no time to go into details Suf liclnnt to say that I fooled with forces and conditions until I succeeded In overcoming gravitation as Keolyli enteric force overcame mens resist comoIThe Invention which for want of a better name night have been called a pravity eradicator was packed in a valise All I had to do was to grasp tWq handle touch a spring and up we would go sprIngI411 jerked up against tho calling with a i force that nearly cracked my Intellec r tual raSlator How I got the vaijae control again dooa not matte to say I lived through It JButtlco next attempt was made out of p I would sail up as far as f y liked In the air I thought then touch the spring softly and sail back to arth gently and safely 1 went up an 1 = right but when I tried to deaccrrf li baclset spring would not work Imagine my ftelln JC you have over boon on a high The spring post lively refused to work It I hold on Id go up perhaps to worlds unknown It 1 lot go Id bo dashed to pieces on the rocks in Bondorsons addition Up up I went I began to experi ence terrible pains In my cranium my eyes bulged my brain rattled IIlicl lawn mower bright flashes of light darted across my vision and 75 milli meters of my crimson tonguo hung out A band of steel seemed compcs sing my Intellectual lobe my fronta- lrejlonzanaall tin and confusion which gradually melted into dreamy Indifference and unconsciousness When 1 awoke I was In nstrangc country an unknown planet perhaps the kingdom of tin FoolKiller at any rate Since then I have boon confined in a cage tho only sleeping accommo dations of which consist of a large nail upon which I am expected to hang my self each tIght Perhaps I roud sleep even there were It not for tho proximity and awful groans of tho man who upon earth used to occupy two seats In the crovd rd cars keeping tired travelers out by sheer force of his dignity Ills dignity avails him but little now for hero they stand him on his head as soon as the sun goes down and there he stays till morningIt pretty hard to sleep In the day time on account of the punishment that is Inflicted upon the Beautiful Snow poets livery morning they arc chained In a row and a reader with an acccntlcss but stentorian voice reads over and over to thorn their Beautiful Snows Ay way of variety ho reads backward half of the time This goes on until sunset The Spring and June and Slivery Moon poets get only half as much and In the afternoons arc allowed to rest and ro coup for the next days reading Thctnldnlght scronader is hungtiip In a cage close to the top of the high est turret and made to sing over and over again the songs he used to sing to his Jady fair and everybody w 10 has nothing else to do throws old boots and clubs at him The man who said I told ypu so has been hung Always In life a kicker he Is still kicking as he swings Weather prophets are tied In pairs and flung over a great clothesline to fightA band composed of bazoos sid bass drums with a few tomtoms and jImJams has been organized and puts in ten hours per day in serenading the people who udbtl to play the flftf fiddle and Plano Handorgan men aro slain HsIgUW iiMHiinnn +aw otrPeoplo who only planted when the moon was right are kept on a diet of skimmed water i Tho airship and perpetual motion ranks occupy cages next to mine rhQ washing machine Inventor has the cn4 kingdotneto 09thewalking collection of Ills for which he was always doping or dosing himself r and they proceed to fill him to the muzzle with the latest falls In pills and nostrums J And BO I might go on all day teft log of the retribution that regularly befalls the unfortunates here lint time passes and the executioner Is lie bit to be at hand nt any moment only thing that lu a measure read cites DIe Is thq tact that every one ot these people descrvos all they can yet and more too Ive lived among them and I ought to know Every now and then the Foot- 1lIIer holds a slaughter or Immolation day during which he kills off a number 1 WAS JKHKED fl AGAINST Till CEIUNO Of the worst fools in his collection flrhfit is tho day ands although nobody has told me I fear my turn Is at hand As a lost tearful word of warning dont But hero ho comes Ive just time to stuff this Into the sardine can and throw It over the edge of the klcg dom Ho comes He comes Yours with hair qn tall WILLIAM BIOSMITH After ho had finished tho strange manuscript found In n sardine can Prot 1Voodhpad looked his den and pondered andR then after dark went down inttJ tho woodshed and carefully cut up Into kindling wood his elaborately constructed machine for making whistles out of pig tolls He hUll cheated FoolKiller Peoples Homo Journal- q r whIChtllthotel the builder 11 000 six years agp at Kettle Falls Wash has been sbld or 200 end a number of town lop yjro sold at from five cents to 25 Tho solo was ntado by tho couny rommlll loners on foreclosure for delinquent taxes and marked the end of a Room town Kroa the HUlo or asteroid which Is Ute noarpl3Cnown object In the universe to the forth except the moon has been photographed at the Harvard university observatory at Are qulpa Peru 4 1 fTHE wAnalGRACIOUS i I INVITATION Sunday School Lesson tor July 23 1905 Spettiilr Prepared lot This Paper JK8SON TET1i t h 5il3 Diem cry veriM 68 Head aso Isaiah nriOIDKN TKXT Seek ye the Lord T hlo lie may be found Ualali 56- 6TIMEtsalall prophesied between the years 749 and Stn U C The edict for the return of the Jwa trout captivity was Riien Sit It C- 1IAtKInulah prophesied In Jerusalem Mary krholum think thli portion of the task was wrlilti b prophet at llabylon- SlHII TiilKUKKtUKNCE3lom ate Ike invitation uf Ua Sill t wlt tlMiae of John 4tlOlt IiP M7J91 llev tl U1 The sure mercies of Da4Id In Ua UI And In Z Sam 1515 B a1sa UauIrati o Hot light on v I from Ua 2Sa 418 WAJ For tbe thought of v li see In 195 Jer SIMI Comment and Suggestive Thought V 1 Ho An exclamation to at tract attention Moderns have expanded It into Hello Every one mat thirtieth One must fool his ncQdJn order to be atlracttallo that which will supply It Waters milk wins Dy these expressive figures ue prophet seeks to set forth the blessings of sal vationV Spend not broad It would bo foolish to spend monty for articles of foot or drink which Instead of nourishing the body poison It that Is what tho drunkard does V 3 Incline your ear and como Hear and heed U the reiterated call of 1 114 passage Your soul shall live Our spirit heart real life can be sup ported only by communion with Jesus An everlasting covenant An agree ment that can never be broken V 4 Him It seems difficult to decide whether the historical David or Davids greater Son Jesus Is here alluded tb David was In some says a type of Jesus He was a witness to tho surrounding nations at the true God V5 Thou shalt call a nation ctc- As David spread the knowledge of the cbeknowledgeV R Seek ye the Lord While God Is al nays seeking us there must be In bur port also a seeking or rather a will ingness to be found While lie maybe founu This Implies that a time will come when God cannot be found this will be because our hearts have grown hard so that they do not Ire spend to Ills loving touch V 7 The prophet now goes on to tell how to seek the Lord Wibkd forsake ids way Break ort alnful habits turn from bad companions and haunts of vice InrlRhteous man Literally the man t f falsehood that Is one who Is fnlno Instead or true ills thoughts Evil thoughts put a harrier bWween God and mate W 8 S My thoughts are not your thoughts etc This refers especially to Gods thoughts about saying men These surpass anything that could have entered into our minds Their vast nee Is pictured by pointing to the heavens Countless worlds appear there as stars while In sue they far exceed our earth or sun no are Gods thoughts and ways beyond ours In tho matter of pardon for instance when we pardon those who have wronged us it is apt to be grudgingly with reservations and with a feeling that we never can forget tho Injury but God abundantly pardons Vy 10 1L Cods work In the pros eases of nature is often pointed to that we may learn therefrom about Ills processes qf grace As He sends the rain and snow so He has provided for refreshing and fertilizing our hearts The means he has furnished for doing this Is ere called My Word We must recollect the power of the crea the word of God think of the heart touching power of the words of Jesus by which the lives of those who hearth were enlightened and purified Gods purposes for our salvation as embodied- In Ills word shall not return void that is they shall accomplish that for which they wore Intended in the salvation of mankind V 12 For ye shall go out with joy These words seem to apply prl marl jo the return of the captives from Babylon and secondarily to all tns people of Cod who iihallbe dellv ired from the bondage of Sln and led Into the enjoyment of peace and glad ness through the reign of Christ In the hearts of men everywhere The stone Is one of real joy V 13 Instead of the thorn The emblm of sin Shall come lip tho andlusefulnessI myrtle tree So great Is Jbe power if the Gospel that it can change na lures which are sharp thorny and hateful until they nil places of worldThisevery converted soul the picture wll lip filled out when Christ shill rule all nations and nil men become His loyal worksofmade In the preceding verses shall e to the Lord for a name Will rev veal Gods love and His glory t com pare Jer 1311 Frnctlcal Points V 1 All that U needed to Invigo rate cheer nourish Is stored up In Christ Jesusltom 835 V 2 The heat way to cure oureelven and others of ihe tacit for the worlds unsatisfying pleasures Is to oat f cdly of that which truly nourishes thesoU- ltph 519 VC Goo Is eyer Berlng us quo pollapp V7 Waya of wickedness mint M forsaken by thoso who would walk with OodlIeb 121 q = JJF i LIFE IN A MINING CAMP Vivid Picture of the WRY of the Peo file in BrandKew Western Towne In Harpers Magazine Philip Vcrrll Mlghcls gives a vtrld picture of a wont ern mining ramp as bo saw It on the night of hU arrival It was twilight when wn came n sight of the brandnew mining camp built In a natural amphi theater formed by tho squarecut table mountains It was a thickly studded constellation of tents with straggling domiciles and dugouts scattered about over a space of ten square miles In their whiteness and squareness tho fonts resembled countless dice at rest where the toss of fate sud chance had left them to grasp at a foothold The darkness closed In as wo drove Into town Our teamster swung his an imals at once Into a large corral whero hundreds of nudes a dozen cows scores of men great dusty wagons and pile and heaps of baggage lumber cases rolls of bedding gaunt iron boilers and domestic necessities were mixed In hopeless confusion I paid him my faro sad told him I would willingly pay him moro could ho manage to provide me with a 6x1 accommodation In his blankets for the night lie knew men were walking the streets for lack of beds In tho town and being a largehearted teamster ho agreed to take me In provided there was space lIIum lent under cover I sleep most anywhere in this corral ho said Theres a tent over hero that we may get In If there aint too many beds there now In the semidarkness we stumble over to the tent which we entered A second later he let out a horrible whoop lie had bumped Into something alive It was merely a cow She had gone inside In search either for news from homo or hay In the mattresses She lame out hurriedly bowling the writer aside In her haste Then a match was lighted Its wavering light revealing nine rough beds in the tent all on the ground In A space so limited that many were per force rolled up In order to squeexe Into the space But 1 could come here and bunk in with the teamster It nothing more Inviting could be found Ha seemed to believe there was room A final storm of the day now broke before I could make my way from the strewn corral In Nevada the rarest disturbance known Is a storm of thun der and rain limit tonight above tha brow of the soasbe mountains raged a mighty war of elements terrific and ominous Out of clouds as black as felt stabbed Ulrleprollied HsutnlBH strokes vicious and awful A sudden wind hurled dust and rain and Wall to gether In a tempos on the town Tie street was ablaio with lights from 1Iscore of saloons and gambling Mttftte arose from the thronged abodes of cttrftlennew It swept In In terrupted gushes on too storm laugh ing out its frlvoIUy pat the stern deep roar of thunder from the hill To me It was threat aad portent fearful and majestic that the gods were sound lag DIARY OF THE SUMMER GIRL Ups and Downs of LIfe at the Sea side Eesort Faithfully Belated Monday Arrived this afternoon Dull May have to fall back on the hotel clerk If something doesnt turn up There must be a hundred old maids around Im about the dnly one who dares to appear In a bathing suit Tuesday Two 17yearold boys made their appearance today Weil theyre better than nothing I shall kiss them and make them say their prayers before they go to bed tonight Wednesday Engaged to both of the 17yearolds Wanted to be fair to each of them- ThursdayBroker from New York Says hes single but doubt Il Money to burn however Proprietor of hotel swears bo 1s single Friday Broker proposed Promptly accepted Seventeenyearolds both In mourning Broker good company but foolish lIu wired for ring SaturdayTwo college men and a champion golfer came at noon Also two blondes They aro fiends Broker Introduced to both of them Wore my smallest bathing Sui- tSundayPlaying college men and golfer against broker lie Is mad with jealousy Dull Is prospect Seventeen year Klds recovering Seen with broker Wants to elope Told him 1 would give him an answer tomorrow Monday Brokers wife arrived Have just engaged myself to two col leo men and the golfer Too bad about the broker I suspected he was too much In love with me to be 61- aIloUte Heat from Mirrors Even looking glansea the favorite furniture of the Frenchmans drawing room are exploited In th6 industrial world by the French who are said to admire mirrors enough to use thorn on their comes Scientifically the now Invention reads that reflected solar ioht In used to obtain extremely high temperatures in a now furnace Time inventor expects to secure a heat of 8690 a which Is higher than that of the electric furnace Tho reflector Is built up of more than COOd mirrors arranged side by side In parallel rows each measuring about 4x6 Inches Tho wIdth at the top Is 85 feot ftt tbo base 18 feet and the depth Is 36 feet Antarctic Ice molt SInce the first visit to the Ice cap ot the south hole was made some 60 years ago there has Leon a steady rcceHulon of tho belt of some 30 Intles and It U argued that In tho course of time It will bo possible to make approach to the polo Itself and that tho land In that vicinity may even become Inhabited 1a i T IT F THE GAME OF WOLF oUt Entertaining Pastime for Indoors on the Stormy Days Tear a place of paper Into as many pieces as there are players and on each piece write some number repre senting an hour In tho day As there are only 12 hours there can only be 12 numbers but It more than 12 ire playing you can make some of tho figures halt hours until there are the required number On ono piece mark a cross and then shake all the numbers In a hat each player drawing ono out The ono who seta the slip with the cross on It Is It or wolf while the other play en are called tho sheep A ring Is then formed by the sheep tho wolf standing In the middle The sheep thin call out What time will you dIne tonight old wolf and Mr Wolf calls out any hour he happens to think of Tho sheep who holds the slip corresponding to tho number called by the wolf starts to run If he can get around the ring three time before being caught by the wolf be is safe If not bo must be wolf The game keeps up until all have bad their turn at being wolf and this does not take long for the wolf U not supposed to call the same number twice THE SKETCHER An Apparatus for PictureMaking That Any Ingenious Soy Can Make The apparatus Is so simple that any boy of average Ingenuity can make It fako halfinch strips of any ron conical wood an make a frame six Inches In width by eight Inches In Jtngtb and bore hole In the frame all around time four sides one inch apart String the holes with very fine wire or with linen thread to as to makes network ot meshes one lash square To one side of the frame lengthwise fasten a small piece of wood having a slot about half an lack wide and deep next the frame Make a atrip half an tech square to slide in Ute slot and let It be about tO Inches long On one end ot the strip at right angle fasten a plcoo of Un half an Inch wide and two and one Malt laches long with a hole abetit tie ells of a pinhead In the upper end It to better to pJat the tin blaek so as to protect the eye Now make a simple of wiring three less to a circular piece of wood through which bore a hole to allow the frame to move up and down by mUM ot a rod to which It Is at tached A wedge or a setscrew maybe used to hold the rod In place To use the apparatus first layoff the paper on which you Intend to make your sketch In squares corresponding with tho meshes of the frame mak ing tho lines quite faint Adjust the tripod so as to bring the frame at the Tile 8KKTCIIBR height of your eye look through the peephole In the tin strip to got the proper view of tho scene to be sketched moving the frame back anti forth as may be desired by means of the slid lag rod You will now find that the scene Is divided into IS squares the division being clearly marked by the meshes In the frame says tho Chicago Inter Ocean Begin at the upper left hand corner of your paper anti outline In each square what ypu see In tho corre spending square of the frame When the whole scene has been outlined thus shade the picture as bet you can and In this practice will soon give you nklll After using this device you will be able to sketch without It A HOME EXPERIMENT Several Ways of Providing Amuse ment for the Children with Water and Mercury Put into a large tumbler a layer at Imercury about halt an Itch deep and let water from a spigot at high pros sure run at full foroo into the GlaM Tho glass will of course fill with wa ter but as It continuos to ruu lu If the pressure be strong enough mercury bubbles will begin to rise lu tho GillIand float around just as soap buboleu goat in tho air These bubbles are films of mercury filled with water which Is carried down under the surface of the mer cury by the force of the jet and 1I01JrIatcs It Into particles forming bubbles Bubbles of mercury can bo Mown aa the surface of the mercury under warn by using a glass tube tilled with water one end being hold Just under UH mercury surface while blowing at tot otherTo make a fountain says the Obit t cage Inter Ocean provide a bottle a rubber stopper having two wittIIt These stoppers can be bought trifling cost or you can bore boles IB Ii ono with tho lad of upnnknio II Through tine of the nolesrpilSS a gldJUIItube bunt into the shape of a U upper end The tube should bo VII and worked through the hole Througt tho other hole pass a glass tube also tho top of which U drawn out into t jetIINow pour the bottle full of water u and put In the stopper with two tubes r MKRiTllY IttURLFA KILLED WITH AIR Hold your finger over the jet and pour mercury down the other tuba Whoa you remove your finger the force at the mercury In the tube will oaiuM the water to spurt like a fountain Sir Inches of mercttjr In the tuba wilt cause the Water to rise several feet in the air making quite an effective fountain experiment Another pretty experiment In whih mercury is used may be made In tnil way Pour Into a bottle equal quan titles of mercury sand water and one oil and when the bottle Is shaken they will form a turbid mixture But let It atand untouched for a few minutes and a transformation will take place each substance separating lUelf frvm the others until they are arranged In four distinct layers at the bottom thu mercury next the sand next the water and on top tho oil No matter how long you keep the bottle they will remain thus and no matter how often you shako It they will again resolve themselves into their original distinct layers This Is sometimes called the vial of the tour elements flea being represented by the mercury earth by the sand water by the water and air by the oil because that is the arrangements of the elements the fire Inside the earth the water on the earth and the air over and arming the water A laughing Plant There is a curious plant that grows la Arabia and Is known by the name of laughing plant ThIs name comes from tho fact that anyone who eats Ita seeds cannot control his laughter The natives of the distrust where thu funny plant grows dry the seeds and re duce them to powder A small dose of this powder makes those who eat it act very much like tho foolish people who drink more liquor than Is good for them The soberest person will dance spout and laugh liken madman and rush about cutting up the most ridiculous capers for an hour At the end ot this Iliac the reaction comes The dancer Is exhausted and a deep sleep conies upon him Aft er a nap of several hours ho awakens with no recollection of the antics he hu performed Philadelphia Press Bird Masons Swallows and house martins build by sticking together pellets of prepared road mud Moat of the material U ob tained from the drying puddles on thq high roads If not mixed with any thing else the tendency of those pet lots would be to crumble when dry But the swallow tribe aroBUpplied with a mucous secretion which en ables them to gum the particles to Bother The swallows floats from which the Chinese blrdsnoat soup 1s made are ocnutructcd of tills mu COUB matter on y An Indian swallow which builds little boatshaped neata against the trunks of lofty trees prac tically makes them of dried saliva Detroit Free Press Something Duller An oyster knife has been the syn onym for dullness from tlmo Im memorial It seems however that oven a duller Instrument will do the business A Harlem flab dealer hung out this sign not long ago Boy wanted to open oystcra wuJa reference l T7 1 I Recollections off I Genial Bill Nye I The Grttl Humorist Do Enlo- molojiil 11 Dinund of the Di MrUd Fla Print of Fun Mtkers by s LI KIIo1IBy MARSHALL JI rrkm tq fib of d trrra h Matn r- I oat Cvnntt ua II g- wAa ca 11I II N rnIterlallll11 rcKUUiblu preach crs llicr greatly on joy listening to the greater lucnilicrn of their own profession nOY1Irlisten to Hill NyI and I worship the memory of ulm as he was a gentle yet sturdy and humorist IlerlllllclltI It sort that Muihill P Wilder could help being hu morous no matter how uncongenial tbo HurroiiudlifRH Al lYthoughbe saw hundreds and tliouHauiN of hitting other men BO hard that tbo burt would lout forever be dropped overy ouo of them and trampled them BO hard that they never dared show their face ngaln He was au apostle of the Golden Itule which bu exemplified In himself 10 there nor er was u stlug In lieu Jokes gentle rail lery was the sweetest thing bo over attempted and oven this be did with so Kuulal a untie and BO merry an eye that a word of his friendly chalUiij vui worth more than a cartload of formal praise In Love With Ming I peak what I do know tor ho find I were close friends fur ninny years afore till untimely death and ho wan so solicitous for my welfare and rom fort that utter ho had played father and mother to mo sueresiifully Im couldnt help going on till ho hud become my grandfather and grandmoth er as wtill ai a number of sinter mill cou lus and aunt 1 dont bolluve be ever bad uu enemy but himself and he Injured hlnmulf only by hit pecullarltlo of telf dcucrlp tlou Any one rending bps humorous articles would Imagine him nu under sited scrawny backwoods Invalid with an Irritable disposition and un un qucuctinblo thirst for something else than water In reality bo was a tall broad shouldered deep eheHted healthy nl chip ao lu love with thu were set of living that bo took scrupulous care of himself In every way Ho was ai abstemious as any clergyman who Is not a total abstainer and be never lout his temper except when some de liberate BcoundrelUm was Indicted upon him lie would go out of his way a whole das journey out of his way with all the railway tares and other discomforts lu such cone made and provided to help a friend out of a lick bed or other trouble and be endured all the torments of a busy en tertainers season on the road as cheer fully as If bo were perpetual holder of the record for patience HU Dog Entomologist People often wondered bow be could go on year after year digging the same I klud of fun out of the same vein but the secret was that bu lived right lu the center of that vein and won merely digging hla way out of It Ho had a full assortment of polite commonplaces and carried them as gracefully as ho did his full dress clothes but as soon as be got well acquainted with a Ulan and It didnt take him long to tt lln side of any decent fellows waistcoat be would talk lu his characteristic droll tnauucr all day and seven days a week I and as much as tbe two tray tint As togutborIaudiences or hotel tables or railway uuUancv be told mo a Btory of a dog bo had owned It was a dachshund and Nye described him as two and a half dogs long by ono dog high Ho bad named the animal KntomofbRlst because It was a collector of Insects In tact the dog lived up to his name BO strenuously that something had to bu done A friend suggested soaking the dog In kerosene saying If It docnut rid the dog of fleas It will rid you of the dog So kerosene was tried and tbo dog paused away After ell was over Ulll felt BO bad that bo went out for a walk which did him no good Itoturulng home with dejected spirits and a sorrowing I soul he was smitten afresh with remorse when be realized that there would be no little dog ttwaltlng him But yes surety there was some IItblnl on the steps Looking closer be 700 liens sitting there and they all looked up Into his taco as If to say When are you going to get us an other dogV Nye s Ready Wit Very few of the worlds great ills patches contained so much wisdom lu BO tow words us Nyea historic wire from Washington My friends and money gavo out at 8amIto bud on enviable faculty for sup pressing annoyances In the course of au dreadI house In the course of ono of his lectures In Minneapolis a lato coiner had some difficulty about his seat and Inside the Inner door to volco protestations Of course ev 1ItDruntd lu the audience turned toward anything for a change no Imatter holy good a thing has been provided Nye endured the disturbance for some time then he sold politely but Icily Tills IH n large auditorium and a lilt ficult one In which to hear but fortunately we are provided with a speak er at each end of the house It hi neediest to say which speaker received attention after that Mr Nyo was engaged to speak at Columbus 0 In n newly flnUhed church with which tho minister and his Hock were as well pleased as n small hey with his Unit pair of trou sera So In n short preliminary juul self congratulatory address the minis ter referred to the church edifice call ed attention to Its many details of arclUtecturnl beauty gull convenience and laid special stress on Its new and Improved system of exits Ladles and gentlemen drawled Nyo n moment later 1 have appeared III a great many cltlcn but this Is the first time I have been preceded by nay ono Instructing the audience bow to get out Pen Name Hu Own Every man has his special trouble but Nye had two One was the reluc tance of the public to believe that his pen name was his real name and the other won the persistency of some pee pie In mistaking him for another line fellow In n rather different public po sition the Hov Morgan Dix n n Li- D rector of Trinity parish New York Mr DlxM stories are as goal us his sermons which In saying H great deal and Nyes face when In repose suggest ed a man who could preach a strong sermon of his own Nevertheless It Is awkward to bo mUtakon for any one but yourself An to his name every one who heard of Hill Nye associated him mentally with tho oft quoted per son of the same name who first appear ed In Hret Hartes poem Tho Heathen Chinee and assumed that the humor lots professional name was assumed The poor chap explained at length through a popular magazine that bo came honestly by tilts name having been christened Edgar Wilson Nye nnd nicknamed Hill from his cradle but to his latest days he was besieged by autograph hunters who asked for his signature your real name too please The Pal lOn Tragedy Tills genial man of cleanly life and good habits was brutally slaughtered by tho public to whom for years be hind given laughter and sunshine People throughout the country turned against him when they hoard the first breath of calumny Without waltlug to hear whether the story told of him was true or false the dear public treated him no meanly that it crushed his uplrlt sturdy honest man though he was broke his heart and caused his death within a your It cauio about at Paterson N1whore he hail been engaged to deliver lulrerlulCIexport medical direction be had taken a certain anodyne nonalcoholic lie ton lily evening nap preceding the lec tutu ho mav have taken an overdose or It may have worked slower than usual Whatever tbo medical cause for ho bad taken nothing elsehe WON drowsy and Blow of speech ou lha platform To make matters worse from the start he tinuUjjd over a loose edge of carpet as he came before the audience Although very nearsighted bo had good professional precedents for disliking to wear glasses ou the platform otherwise his eyes might have saved his feet but the succession of accident And manner Impressed the audience wrongly When the lee tune was over some rough characters who hail been lu the audience followed NyoM carriage to the railway throwI Ing eggs at It and whooping like de mons Killed by a Falsehood Next morning almost all the New York papers published tbo report tbatI Mr Nye had appeared before an audl enco tho night before In au outrageous ly Intoxicated condition and bad been egged oft the platform Newspapers are entirely nt the mercy of the men whom they employ to collect news for them Some which used the Paterson story were honest enough to publish corrections afterward but no correc tion Is ever strong and swift enough to catch up with a lie What I have said regarding the causeless cause of tile untimely death of n humorist who can never Do replaced hi of my own knowledge I was very close to Mr Nye In the last year of his life and know what he thought and said I also had a strange reminder of the night on which the story started Some of tho audience had complained to tile lecture committee that they bad not received their moneys worth BO It was decided to give another lecture with out charge to make amends for the disappointment I chanced to bo tbo mnn chosen to give tho entertainment which was to apply salvo to the wound ed pockets of that audience though I did not know It at the time I did no tice however that the committee seem ed to bo lu n state of mind and urged mo to do my best It also seemed to me that metaphorically speaking tbo entire audience had a chip ou Its shout der Still I succeeded In pleasing It After I hind finished I learned that I had been selected to pacify the very people before whom the great humor lilt land had such a tragic experience lit n sad coincidence It was on that very day that dear Bill Nye was burled Quenched Rntliailnim- He writes very uninteresting lovo letters said the sentimental girl You mustnt blame him for that answered Miss Cayenne Ho once served ou the jury In a breach of promise case Washington Stare HlHlHIHHH +I+H IJH The Farm SILAS CHBBVBR MASON Editor I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I I 11For Better Roads I promised last week to tell tho readers of tho CITIZEN something about tho building of clay roads in absence of road metal For tile preservation of any road it must bo protected against wator and water in three ways Water that cornea running over the surface to wash and tear out tho road water that stands on the surface ready to bo mixed with the clay by passing wheels into mud and water that weeps in beneath the road bed and destroys tho very foundations of it Whero there is danger from this last source from a spring or sido hill seep undurdrainago or carrying off this water from below is the only remedy and that must be provided for with the very beginning of work Ditching out the sides may do the work if there is plenty of outlet for the water when it gels into the ditches Very often u ditchcut right underneath whero the road led is to be and filled up with broken stones cobble stone or any such material at hand and then covered over with flat stones or plank will do the work Even a ditch filled with brush or poles will give drainage for a time but must be watched for it is liable to clog upwith mud Next comes tho building up of the road led This will depend upon the principle that clay worked or tramped or rolled in thin layers can be made so firm that it is very hard for water to penetrate it Almost any piece of old dirt rondwill show places where tho led keeps haul through almost any long spell of wet weather Why 1 because it is a part of tho road that hind natural drainage and by chance was given tho right surface and slope and has been made compact by years of travelThe Government Good Roads Coin mission has expert road makers out in various parts of the country tanking stretches of sample road here and there They teach that to get a good clay road it must be rolled nnd ROLLED and ROLLED so that tho whole mass from the bottom up is made very compact Then it is left with a good rounding crown on top to turn the water ofT and it must be kept so All roads wear out with traffic even tho best metal roads The only way to have a good road is to build a good road to start with and keep it BO That takes some labor to bo sure but not nearly as much as it takes to move freight over a bad road We cannot expect to get something for nothing very long at a time Keep the crown on the road AsI- IOOn as it wears flat grade it up a little As soon aa a rut or wash appears fill it then tho surface water must be turned off Water is a very powerful agent if it can get rolume and fall Spread the water out and by no means let it have a channel down tho middle of the road Turn it aside aud out with every opportunity Water is the worst enemy of good roads but it can IMJ managed so as to do little harm To do this someone must make it his justness All this costs All the lifferenco between a toll roadand a county road Is in how the COAt is net and how well tho work is lone There is no such thing as a free road It is no use trying to argue with amen who has neuralgia He will not member one word of your logic but tie will hate you ever after Picnics play their part In being the irouioters of hot weather temper Rocking the bout will probi ably continue to be popular with certain people who know no other way to bd jocular Fishing would lw greater sport for the city angler If some kind friend had previously trained the fish to bite Many a mans pessimism Is duo to the fact that he lucks wisdom In or dering his breakfast A married man U apt to bo pretty good on au extemporaneous story CONTINUEThose and ctroneth by regular treat withScotts Emulsion should continue tho treatment In hot weathort smaller dose anda little cool milk with It will do away with any objection produets umplSCOTT 409415 Iut Street York jje anil f100 1 all druggistsNew S 17 1i1+ Ber Th1II Club IIIOKI I I II 11 I J I I J II I I I I I I HlIfr A Club member asked this week for a discussion of contest reading The writer to open tho question would say that it is ofteb of great value Assign short reading lessons thoroughlylearned let a ready recognition of every word 2nd a knowledge of the meaning of every word 3rd such an understanding of the selection as will enable tilt reader to give it good expression To do this with the first four grades at least the teacher should go over tho lesson when assigning it and have every new word marked Have these words looked up in the dictionary and used in sentences for the written exercise of the next lesson Children in tho third and fourth grades may be taught to do this to advantage Sometimes if difficult it is tvello read the selection when assigning ita111O In tho recitation have passages read until a satisfactory result is obtained Allow pupils to criticise but never let them indicate that something is wrong until the person reading has finished Never allow a pupil to stumble througha passage Stop this at once If you have the right spirit in your school this will be punishment enough for poor work Bo careful not to let this contest reading result in the good readers doing all the work Let those who have had experience along this the add to this Eleven out of twelve Berea teachers in Rockcastle County joined the Club during the Institute aud the twelfth will when ho is sure what his school address will be Let every other county do that way and the club will soon become a power for goodBen Robinson made a good first goiugabovet0Hornsby and Bessie Baker are both teaching in Clay their homo county- It has been decided to give tho Club pin free to every member instead of charging 25cents for it as planned at first Each member will receive one before long Mrs Dins more goes this week for a visit to Ohio She asked that a B T C pin bo sent her as soon as possible so that she might wear it while gone Let everyone be proud of tho B T C pinQuestions have come in in regard to compound proportion andcube root These will be answered soon either through this column or privately How to Keep Bloue Prom Bllpplusr When making blouses to keep theta from slipping It Is a good plan instead of sewing tho hooks and eyes on the same to take a piece of tape of the length required and sew hooks on it strongly Take another length of tape to cover sewing on books and make neat nud sow on top of bottom part of hooks where they have been sewed Then tack this hook tape on front or back of tho blouse so that It can be drawn out when sending to the wash and when the blouse Is done up It can be tacked on In a few seconds This hint naves breaking of hooks and rust Ing which destroys nearly all blouses A still better way Is to baste them to tbo skirt It takes but a moment and Is ute and certain Blame No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick All we can do Is give advice fr tours thats easy our advice Is really worth a Uttls i to you than most peoples for we oiTvr to give you the ant bottle of our medicine tree If It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an offer on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor house Dr Mlles Nervine however M years of experience have proved Is s medl cine that cures the sick Those whom It cannot benefit less than one In ten thouiand wa prefer to refund their money All we ask of you Is to try Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twitching melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy Bt Vltus Dance etc we will Guarantee to beneflt you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecameso serious that we were compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had failed to relieveTenMiles Nervine months treatment with Nervlno and perfectbeallhMnDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREE IYOUDr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Syruptomyour case and tell you what Is wrong and how to It Absolutely Free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO VLKHART WD DR SWITZER OENTER ST Just around the corner heRe McSwain Shoe and Harness Repairing Ladies Shoo Repairing a Specialty All work called for and delivered within city limits PHONE 56 Real Estate 1 have quito a number of building lots and some improved property in Berea for sale Also farm and tim her lands in Madison Rockcastle anti Estill Counties I also have two good farms with store houses upon them and good stands for selling goods Any ouo desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNELL Berea Ky STRAYEDFr- om my residence in Farristown on July 0 five black shoats weigh ing about fifty pounds each Mark a straight split in left ear A liberal reward for their return JAMES MARTIN BRONSON- Asst Gen Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office FOR SALE I have for sale throe Show Cases one Cloak Rack one Display Rack one pair of Platform Scales one pair of Counter scares and 60 gallon Oil Tanks IAP SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone 10 PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at tcp notch prices by J S QOTT Depot Street t Borea Ky F7 F4 I iLOUIS 0DEALER LESTER17 It t NEW HANDMADE AND SECONDHAND W 111 FURNITURE W Repairing Refinishing and Upholstering m Phone No 93 Berea Ky p fGVH IlFI11I1IMF I Sea Shore 1 OUTING ATLANTIC CITY via the scenic coROUTE Chesapeake Ohio Ry Thursday AUGUST 3 1905 Through Washington Baltimore Philadelphia With stopover privilege returning 1400 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling and Morehcad Good returning until August 14 inclusive Through trains without change Engage Sleeping Car space now Enquire of your agent for full particulars or write WM S Pass Agt Washington D C two H W FULLER Gen Pass Agt Washington D C I I 1 I I I H I Ill I I I G W BARNEY Dist Pass Agt Lexington Ky THE OITIZEXV kBERA PUBLISHING Manager CO OEREA KENTUCKY The piercing of the second tunnel tbrough the Simplon has been complete td at Brlgue Only 2400 skins have been taken by British Columbian sealing vessels due tog the season Just ended IFourfifths of Zululand has been lc I dared unfit for habitation by 1 the Urltlsh delimitation commission A monument to Rembrandt Is to bo built at Jeyden Holland on the site Dr the windmill owned by the palnters father The total of Chinese employed In I tho mines of tho Rand May 31 was 10117 and ships with 2900 more wero on the way The new Italian postage stamps will Show views of the principal Italian cities famous monuments churches and other objects of general Interest Tbere were landed at all stations In England and Wales during 1903 near ly 153000 tons of herrings The aver age value per hundredweight was 140 as agalsst 150 In 1902 and 1174 In 1901 The new police regulation against excessive smoke made by motorcars In Paris have now come Into effect and more than three hundred fines were Inflicted on the first day That Parts Chauffeurs league Is trylngto get the bylaw modified on the ground that new cars or those that have been recently repaired are obliged to usa a great quantity of oil President Roosevelt will shortly be the recipient of a superbly mounted J 44 caliber Colt revolver The weapon will be presented him by Adjt Gen Nelson 11 Henry of the N G N Y acting for Inventor Van Duren Allen 4The revolver Is fitted with a patented device which Inventor Allen claims will make It ImpoElblo for the weapon to be discharged until tilt safety lock le freed Our consular agents at Flume Buda pest and other parts of Hungary re port that the openings for American goods In that country are many and i promising American lubricating oil l for Instance would find a ready sale 1at the port of Flume where there are largo shipping Interests The consumption of table oil In this district Is very large and American cottonseed oil Is- an Indispensable article The plan of maintaining the children of the pooror such as may be In the poorhouses or unlon8ln cottages and homes of that character IB finding a very general adoption In England no less than 128 unions now main taming the children away from the pauperizing effects of poorhouse asso I ciations The county of London paid Ii out 72 cents a head of its population 4 for the halt year on poor account Scoti I Scotland while trying to make Its way 1 back to Spain after the Armadas de feat Within a few hours he had suf sword1rI to the magnificent empire which the United States has on the border of the Pacific California Oregon and Washington the states fronting on tha great western ocean have an area of 321000 square miles as great as that or the 13 states which founded tho United States government and had a population of 2417000 In 1900 which has probably grown to 3000000 by 1905 From the archives of the canted eracy on deposit In the war departs ment the military secretary Mal Gen Ainsworth has brought to light some Interesting data concerning the com manders of the confederate forces in the field In the fateful days of 186165 Deducting 11 names of officers who did not qualify for one reason or another we have in this list 415 generals and the records given show that of these 74 were killed or mortally wounded In action or 18 per cenfIInformation from Ottawa states that the Dominion Astronomical observa tory has been practically completed The big telescope has been mounted Astromoner W F King with lilt staff has taken possession of the building and observation work has begun Tho telescope Is a refecting Instrument 19 feet 6 Inches long with a 15 Inch lens and a maximum magnlflfylng capacity of 1500 times It Is by far the largest in Canada and ranks after the giant telescopes of tho United States Of the COOOO people living In Alaska one sixth are communicants of tho Russian orthodox church The church maintains In tho rtlstrlct 16 parishes 38 missions and 30 schools having a total of 740 children In attendance The total enrollment In the 33 public schools maintained in the district by the United Slates government Is 2100 only three times as large as that at Russian schoos In all there are lOG missions maintained In Alaska by dlf t ferent religious denominations of which tbe Russian church maintain 38 r ZJV 4 GREAT YEAR FOR TARPON Big Catches of the Worlds Greatest Tlih Are Now of Daily Occurrence This year Is the greatest In the his tory of tarpon fishing and big catches are being dally reputed from the homo waters of the worlds gamest of game fish which lie along the east and west Florida coasts and through the entire length and breadth of the Gulf of Mex ico Hundreds of expert anglers from all parts of the United States and even a few from abroad are now in the south enjoying the grand sport reports the Chicago Chronicle The present season which is now at Its height bay ing opened with the first of May has already seen the breaking of all previous records for catches with bright prospects that more will be shattered before It comes to an end Plentiful as the fish are In all south ern waters off the southeastern coast of Florida around and between the numerous little Islands or keys which there abound the waters are fairly teeming with the silverysided mon sters which are so numerous that they at times actually roughen the water for wide stretches and expert fishermen are of the unanimous opinion that never be fore have there been more tarpon In evi dence than at the present time This can also be said of the tarpons most persistent enemies the sharks which have gathered In great numbers to attack the unfortunate tarpon the moment he allows himself to be hooked and thus is rendered powerless to pro tect himself It Is said the greatest com petition exists between the fisherman who has hooked a tarpon and the sharks to see who will ultimately get the fish for the sharks are f o bold and they find the tarpon so toothsome that there are Instances where they have snapped a tarpon from the very gaff of the fisherman as the struggling fish has been brought alongside of the boat and It can never really bo said that a tarpon has been caught until It Is safely landed on the beach The tarpon Is beyond question the greatest game fish In the world barring none say those who are beet ablo to judgeMany advocates and admirers there may be of the salmon the trout the giant tuna the drum the bass and barn couda but after all the consensus of opinion of expert anglers awards to the tarpon the palm as king of game fish Exercising etery Iota of the strength skill and Ingenuli or the angler from the first strike constant ly maneuvering displaying almost hu man resource dashing here leaping there he fights to the last ditch and never gives up even when relentlessly foot by foot he has been drawn to the side of the boat exhausted and power less and the gaff takes away from him the little life that Is yet remaining CARING FOR FEEBLE MINDS Germany Is in Condition to Instruct Other Countries in This Line Modern Hospitals for the Insane is the subject of an illustrated report by United States Consul General Ma sonat Berlin Among the valuable lea sons says he which most other na tions can advantageously learn from the experience and practice of Germany is the scientific treatment of Insanity in its Incipient stages as a physical and possibly curable disease- Notwithstanding the rapid and de plorable Increase of mental diseases which has followed the stress and strain of modern business and social life it must be admitted that In the United States and even In Great Britain governmental beneficence has not pro gressed beyond the eleemosynary func tlon of providing asylums in which the more or less hopelessly Incurable vic tims of Insanity who have become a burden and menace to their friends can drag out In safety and physical comfort the remnants of their stricken lives If here and there a private clinic has made a hopeful beginning with the pathological treatment of mental dls eases It has been due to individual ini tiative and the ministrations of such institutions are restricted mainly to patients of the welltodo class leaving the great majority of poor unfortunates to drift on to a stage of mental aliena tion to which they become dangerous to themselves and those about them and therefore entitled to the attention and support of the state Germany has taken a long and Important step beyond this and to give a simple statement of the means employed and some of the results attained Is the motive and pur pose of the present report There are in this country 22 psychi atrical clinics or hospitals for the treatment of mental diseases Most ad vanced and worthy of study are those located at Kiel Qlessen Strasburg tier nfl and latest and most Important of all the new clinic at Munich whichJnall that relates to perfection of equipment and arrangement as well as to the scientific enlightenment of methods employed stands undoubtedly at the head of all Institutions of 1U class In this or any other country Diminishing Love O sobbed the young wife George doesnt love me as he did Nonsense replied her mother Only this morning I heard him call you the dearest girl In the world Yes but be used to call me the dearest girl that over lived Phlla delphla Press Humbled Wlndlg doesnt seem to be as big oted as be was remarked the man who had been out of town for six months He used to think he knew it all Yes replied his friend but he was accepted as a juror at the last term of court Chicago Dally New a C wIre datums HwI of n- 4rrat atti growing Stmj By ADMIRAL WlNFIELD SCOTT 3CHLEY I It is a good thing to recall the counsel of Wash ington It is well to remember thnt the ocenns which separated us in those days and were formidable barriers then today are the readiest routes to our shores We must hear in mind that it is more difficult to build ships today and more money is needed for the con struction of one than was needed to build an entire colonial navy It would be imitnsaiblc in these days to put off the preparations for war until tome nation declared war against us IAs a business proposition it would be unie to discontinue the upbuilding of the navy lest the great steel and shipbuild ing plants already established at such enormous expense should fall into disuse their skilled workmen be scattered to other employment and their skill be lost to the country at a moment when it might be needed Sad as the commentary may be upon civilization nevertheless it u true that nations respect the strength of each others militant power more than aught else Adjusting diplomatic tangles I am convinced would be trifling with the nations honor and would be dangerous to our interests if we delayed to put our house in order while we have time and are at peace with all the world- I hail with pleasure such tribunals as The Hague as one more step to lessen the causes of war by eliminating many incidents that lead to it While the day of universal peace Is remote and there are some causes that nations will never consent to arbitrate I still believe that with such august help as that given bv The Hague the causes of war may be so materially reduced as make recourse to a conflict of anus less frequent Let us hope for this But do not lejus deceive ourselves with delusions likely to spring from this hope if we hastily accept shadow for reality and should find ourselves unready for action of armed militants in the settlement of great questions It is not the author with a nam that appeals the editor most There is nothing he enjoy1 more nothing he seeks desperately than the un known writer who at tacks a subject in a new Kay It is not sub ject that is so important today It it the manner in which it is presented If an editor ever feels a thrill of teal intellectual pleasure it is when he finds an author who is unknown and who has literary impressiveness A good dea of this of experience conies to the editor in short stories today No country in the world can outclass America in short story writers In fact we may prig purwlves upon having acquired theI only literary patent because it it quite apart from any previous it is not under the spellof the Vremch style that benumbed the Ameri can of short stories sq long ttpr is it inspired by any of the older mutersoJkePoC for instance The short story is a new appeal anew impulse in imaginative impressionism something distinctly lie lightfully American about Americans While the literary quality is indispensable in magazine writing the material need not be technically literary For instance all forms of imag iimtive literature is within the magazine scope Today in place of the onetime descriptive articles we look for the impressions of writers of distinctive vision articles impressive in the imaginative setire There must be in all modern magazine articles the interest and appeal ofa story The character ofa magazine is something that depends upon the selection of its material It is ocilinarily imagined that an editor has only to sit in his sanctum anti read over heaps of manuscripts that are I submitted his principal labcr being selection This is not the fact of the matter The editor of a magazine today must keep himself in touch with the best material in the market must make his plan with a foresight quite beyond the usual run of manuscripts that reach him He must solicit material anticipate the ris ing tide of literary currents and calculate beforehand the contrasting entertainment of his pages IDilt Hum IDypri nf- irgrurrury By PRESIDENT ARTHUR T HADLEY Of Yale University to the sort There arc two kinds of degeneracy One which comes from too little reliance upon law another which comes from too much The man whom we com monly call a degenerate suffers from the formeru cause He has broken so many laws that law as a whole ceases to have authority ov4r him and he becomes powerless to resist temptation from any quarter But there arc and always have been degener ates of the opposite type men who have kept the laws that they were taught to obey until such laws become the only authority which controls them and the only standard which they ecognize and they are powerless to feel the stimulus of anything hotter Thcri is a point beyond which drill ceases to be a help and becomes a hindrance there is a set of circumstances where the person who has h eJectcd to top much control is as helpless as fife one who has been subjected to too little Every college man as he goes out into the world is exposed to a change of atmosphere not unlike that through which he passed in coming from school to college But even if no emergencies or crises arise which stretch our rules to the breaking point there is dnother and more insidious series of dan gers which beset the man whose morality and religion arc mutters of rules alone The keeping of definiie rules produces selfsatisfnctioi and selfsatisfaction is but one step short of moral stagnation The sleep conventionality is of all slumbers the most fatal Life is progressperpetual adaptation to new condi tions The selfsatisfaction which leads a man to be content with the old is the Beginning of deathA man of bad antuccdants nnd surroundings who recognizes that they are bad hat higher possi bilities than the man who lives und r much better rules but sees neither need nor rooiii for improve ment t I1 i 7 T W M r ANTIQUITY OF FLY FISHJNG This Stylo of Angling AS Described by a Writer of the Third Century Probably few fishermen are aware that flyfishing dates back to cluKslo times A minute description of the artlhclal fly as used by Macedonian anglers Is rfven by Aollan a Greek writer of the third century A J us follows Between Ucrea and Thetsalonlca there flows a river Astraous by name and there In It fishes of spotted color but by what name people of those parts call thorn It Is better to ask Macedoni ans At any rate these flsh live upon the native flies which tall Into the river and are like no flies of any other part One would neither call them waspllko in appearance nor would one reply to a question that this creature is formed like what we call thu bumble butt nor yet tike the honey bets them selves It has really the proper Voh Ion of encL of the above In audacity U Is like a fly In use It might be lied a bumble bee In color It rivals tito wasp and It busses like the honey bets All common creatures of tills sort are called horse tails These pitch upon tile stream to seek the food they affect but cannot help being aen by the flab which swim underneath So whenever one of them sees the fly floating he conies softly swimming under tbe water afraid of dUlurblag the surface and so tearing away his game Then he comes near the shady side of the fly gapes and sucks him In just like a wolf snatching a tbecp from a fold or an wale a goose from the yard This done he disappears beneath the ripple Tbs fishermen understand these maneuvers but they do not make say use of these flies for a ball for the Deb for If tbs human hull lays hold of them they 10M their natural color their wlafs fray and they beeone unsstabla to Ute AY 80 for this swum they make no use of them disliking them became their nature forbids tbvlr cap tan So with angllag rrvlt they cmwit the lab devising a sort of lure against them They lap a lock of reddish wool round the hook end to the wool ltdcock feathers wblrh ITOW under the wattles sad are brougntto tlte proper color with wax The rod Is train sU to un feet long and Ute hwchnlr line has the cams length They lower mater The flab Is attracted by the oolur esvilcd draws rlote and judging Irons Ion DeautUul apttearan that It will ob tale a marvelous banquet forthwith opens Its mouth Lut tti taught by the hook amid bitter Indeed Is tbe least it hu Inaouurh as It U captured OBSOLETE GUNS IN STOCK The United skills KM a JUt Supply nt Coast Fort That Is- Ules A dtmcult prabtoSB to noire said an orOnaoee oeVer the other day nc cording lo the Waahinfton Post in the disputing of the obsolete pass which are raw occupying plates at many of the forttflcattous iona tae moonM At the time rhea big guar were made they were of the latest pet tern and It was sapjxMed that tiey would lest fur a great mnny year mil ba always formldnbl to the ship It any foe that attempted to outer our turban TfeOB there come a period of latent activity In the manor of bwlld loet protected cruisers sail It was found ecesary lo meet naval develop ments by Improvements In guns C in Mquently the Inventive genius ofshe United Stateeand foreign fountrlw went vi work and the result has been the development of such guns an to trader the okl wise absolutely aisle tar any purpose whatever The new runs are almost mechanically perfect and are so mush superior that It would he useless to attempt to do anything In the way Of using the older pattern guns The result Is that the government hu tint at tbe different torts alag the coast a large number of those old RUM and It really toes sot know wrnt to do with them It Is Impossible to dispose of them In any other way than to stack them up outside of the forts or throw them Into the sea No for elgn nation would buy them because they are riot worth moving they run not be used anywhere In the United StatesAs to making junk of thopi the met of breaking them up would be more than the Iron Is worth after It was broken It would be utterly Imporsiola to melt them up In their present state us pieces of Iron or steel do not molt readily when In such Immepse blocks These guns might be dumped Into the sea at some convenient point or stacked up In the sand but In some way the ordnance bureau must get rid of them and take im out of the way of the forts as they occupy space that Is wanted for other purposes rHot Subway The beat In the New York subway which Is so much complained of comes from the electricity used there A billion heat units per day are thrown off by the contact of tho elec trlc shoes on the third rail the motorj md lamps As each human being who enters tho subway Is also a heat de eloping machine of considerable ca taclty It Is no wonder that tho nlr- pent up there Is a good deal warmer than the atmosphere above ground iartford Times Usually the Case When a man cant talk cbout any thug save tho beauties df his suburban home remarked the clgar store philosopher as ho lit anothnr stogie its generally a sign thaj hed sell at most any tort of an offer Chlcacu Sun Yom NOT A TEMPERANCE DRINK A Fhyslaiau Views as to the Hrinf- uiness of Deer Compared with Other Alcoholic Deveugt Ur Juhn Madden ono of the leading physicians of Milwaukee Vlft writes us follows it Is quite probable that a vest ma jority of peeps regard boor as a con paratively Innocuous drink It U a vurt continua experience to hear places In which boor and the lighter water art sold spoken of with approval even by those who are luicrwtud Id lem ernnco reform and brewers have been uctlvtt for yuan In teaching the dotlrlM that boor U a temperance drink lot us see what the aeta are in thin matter User contains from three to live or even six per tout of mils hut lu other words ho wgo drink 20 to 30 glnHsoM of liter during the course of the duy uild tunay habitual beer drinker do consume as such a this or more consumer from six to eight uuurea of pure alcohol Intimat ing the alcohol content of ordinary spirits at about 10 per cent and an or- dinArY drink of spirits at once ounce la very liberal drink of spirits by the way our habitual beer drinker taken the Mtitvnl m wr 12 to 16 drinks of spirits per day As a matter of fact it Wtt estimate ilia alcoholic content cf ordinary bore at four per rent and the average drink of beer at eight auacu each drink would furnish a little more than av eighths as much a ohol aw au ordinary drink of spirits We Me therefore that nth og is gained for temperamy by uauuting bier for spirits un the pound that tbe former contains a slier annual tf alcohol beer also produces fatty des flees floss which the stronger drink lo not produce Ii is aloe respcaabls fur assay heart d1Mrdsn- adeet Important of all p rhnjis Is the Uct that beer drinking U Iii primary school of this drunkard i aliaI hi way that the lay Is eLaid lo a liking fur the rfferu of nJ ohi3c in toxloMlon ur has roused uiitt D hint the steeping lion of an lahrlteS liking for alcoholic stlriiautUosi It u quite eats iu say that fully tit per cm of KI drunkards are ttdrlaklag gralusteh s ladled tbe sight of the novice In drinking standing up at the bur to take his lest loosen In alcoholic 1lImacbf drinking plrlu to as rare as the nKht mt his taking beer under Mi cu CUBSSI slices u minsBon pthItilous bewrsKr U hose that aob1l- ad lu way loco Mme oerwUrronplrtelv dd to It The huts I fatally which lids to the crArr4 M Seen i if a pother of beer lo bIo drunk by all Its member young andnd sad the family In better rirfim I anr which keeps a case of beer in enlist for Indiscriminate use of yosirg and old waytonAnD TO CHECK FACTS AND FIGURES Water In Gods liquid of life tang drink In lifes jiolsou What reason have you tor drink- Ing my good manT asked ties person None at all parson answered the in ebriate Then said the parson yon have au excellent reason for not drink IngTho Toledo lllade tate that there are 780 saloons In tlmt town and that 05 per cent of them are owned by brewers who mire responsible for the open violations of tho laws qeneernlng the sale of liquor In Now South Wales temperance teaching has been Introduced Into the schools within the last year In theoth er states of the commonwealth all that Is done as yet Is to give occasional tem perance lessons and to hang up temper ance wall sheets In schools but an earnest agitation Is being carried on for more than thin In 1902 there were 16000 policemen In London and 3000 of them were In- Jured iIn the course of their work Of these 1625 were Injured by drunken men dogs Injured 68 truffle 40 Ore 20 and disorderly crowds eight So they could see that the drunken men wero more dangerous to tho police than all the fires and mol dogs Dispatches from the seat of the war Inform us that open Indulgences In drink by the Kualann had assumed such appalling dimensions that Gen Kuropatkln had found It necessary to Issue stringent orders prohibiting the sale of lliiiiortt The Ruialan general evidently came to realize what the his tory of nil recent wars tcaehoa thnt drink Is not only unnecessary but in jurious to FoMIers In the perfnrmauoo of their arduous work Hams Horn or y v fCLEAN WATER FOR HOGS How One of the Essentlnlo to Success ful HogJUlsIng May Be EMily Supplied by Farmers I i Farmers do not need lube told that tbe lot of the hog upon Ujjjayerajfoariu la a long shay from ng one as compared with almost every other farm animal There are seine who make no effort to Improve the eon dition of their swine On the other band there is an Increaalug number of hg raisers who are making efforts to improve the mirroundlngs under which lljelr hogs are raised In doing tills we bive little Uoubt but what they are making active bids for cheaper moans ot production In that fijwsr hogs will ufe and n better growth for all that reach rnatu JtyIHow to hog Is one pf the problems It Is diffi cult to device any means by which water ran be kept before the swine at all times WATKII Tttoraii Volt 11003 cod yet he BO arranged that the hogs will not wallow In it It appears how ever a though a valuable nuggMUoii looklnn to tltf volution of thlR point Nae- Lees road IB a late Hume of the low- Ifotaeltes4t by a Kama farmer who kuggtwu a plan from which thparconi liauylng eat has been made Writing to our coaUMBjiorftry this limn says It 1iil1 ITrilonth ttiattyurhd nflndlee sad much ot the fatalities iirnocg bops II due to anvlPMnvM on of the owner by which the hog to take Into hU lystrni Ipart of filth IR ttM drinking I know where tkte sre wallow It li Indeed a problem to prevent thta bomuM If there U one tMng which a hot dligbatdn more than Knot her It U to baths himself in mud thedrlaklogtwell And a bunch of them tae usually thela week I I enclose you a drawing Illuttratlng hiIan that I have uwd for came time lOlog to keep my trouglw rlean Tin ll IifUlklA IT Inch plink IB IndueIj ng nailed on tarb end To this In Ufoff e3niildrabl mud from tile Lois while tfey an drluklag I then nail oa an prllhl M It Indicated In the UliMtra NIaJ1ffcenter of the trough tile height depend have4relMl maketAi big bunch of hogs I believe that he andItiborj c FEEDING FOR EGGS Ii AH Kinds of Hens Cnnnot Be Influ once i to Become Prolific Pro ducer3of Eggs We do not believe that we eon feed laymeremany oggR no matter how they are fowlIwillbtarlo to laying maturftytandrvlgura4fsihgshea4aresthe things that have to do with a large egg production We must so feed that the fowls+ wlll be kept In ra thriving condition and that tholr digestive or nb vlll not be compelled to do u I great deal of unnecessary work We greatdeal i 8ollipRrednllalrabfetBothers but these are the principal ones togettight In proportion One of the host ways to help the birds to produce eggs Ja to allow them to hunt for bugs and pick green stuff as much as possible J Pure Air In Stable Is the air In tbe stable pure and free from dust during milking Would he be willing and glad to eat a plate of Ifriotfood and Isnt the milk pall that In under the row being filled with food for tile table Prairie Farmer 1 The Growing Pigs w The gro it gsjraay bo helped along In two ways one Is by feeding tows liberally on those feeds that tend to produce milk the other U by glv Jng the plus clean food of the right kind xuoh OB clover and alfalfa r Josh Billings said that ho had found out by upCBbull investigation that the 4beit time to set a hen wee when she wnntv to set iThU jo a good plan to conduct all form operations on Do the thing that need to be done at the Baft If ndir td tt uffsel PLANKER ON PLOWED LAND HomeMade Implement Which Will Aid in Holding tho Holiture in the Soil Since to much of the forests oi Michigan have beet removed the ground even after a heavy rain dries out very rapidly For this reason it la more necessary to treat all land which we plow In such a manner as to pre serve moisture than was the case 2B or AO years ago writes a Mlchijau far mer to the Ohio farmer Many farm ore for example In plowing fur corn will leave the ground until the whole field la plowed before disturbing the surface This Is a mistake an the ground l1a loft by the plow Is very apt to become so dried out as to require a great deal of labor to properly pulver lie for jhantlng and In many places where there IB clay It will be lumpy The hotter way U to go over what In plowed each day with a harrow or some Implement that will break down and level off the surface co that tho mol Uire wblah U always present In fresh turned soil cannot escape so readilySeveral yeaiu ago I made a planker which I always keep In the Held when plowing for corn or any other crop and with tbls implement go over the land that IB plowed each day The im plomoiii levels tho surface and leaves It In such condition that the moisture cannot escape thus It does not require BO much time to finely pulverize and fit the soil for a crop with the harrow afterward My placket II made of three two by eight Melt plBnUflioven feet long The upwardiabout ten inches apart They are held In plan by a couple of two by four- pieces bolted arrow tits end An old iHowIng tnachlno seat U fastened to the center plank to ride on A short dials In ra une l to the center of tbt- fruit plank by which to attach the whllUetr It takes but a mnmant to change fits team fran tin plow to the jvlnnkor 1 toiriid this tool tobo One of tike most useful Implements on the tarsi and something almost any fiirmer can easily mIke- Mevral yeara aID I also made an aU UcbMont to nee OH my two bone rid jag corn cultivator for the purpoM ot conserving moisture which doe very wuinfartory work This attachment levels the surface and leavee It covered with a flue dust mulch which prevents the es ape of moisture and all the weeds are nmotnered at the same lima THE HORSETAIL POISONOUS Plant Wklek Will Prove Injurious to Honw If fed Dry and in Con Merable QuantltiM Qgbt teed horaetall to horMK an it IB frtmrly imtsmmu We Illuetrato thft plant aid easy of our routers will TUB HOHSKTA1L FIJVXT- rerdgnixff It says the KarmeravReVlew The other names by which this plant Is known are roltstall foxtail plnetop pine grass meadow pine Jointed rush snake grass It will generally be found growing In sandy or gravelly soil that Is moist at some season of the year It IK found In abundance In low moist meadow and In such cases Is frequently Incorporated In considerable quan titles with the hay As yet It Is not known that the green plant polfcons horses but the dry plant certainly does when eaten in consid erable quantities Calves in Groups Ills desirable to have calves come In groups where a large number of cat tie are being kept and the calves are to be raised for beeves It la only In thlR way that uniformity In size weight and finish can be obtained for the car loads of cattle that are to be sent to market If there are but few rattla It Is better to have only two groups of calves one In the spring undone In the fall It will be easier to care for theta If they are In groups of about the same size than If they come at all months In the year Formers i Review Concrete for Post Setting Concrete Is finding an tmporlant new application as a setting for poMs both wood and Iron When the wooden post Is treated with tar and the hole around It Is filled with welltamped concrete a cheap and practically Indestructible foundation la secured and similar bedding gives to Iron posts for telephone lines and other purposed tho Ma Illty hitherto lacking Tho concrete protects the iron from rust as It does the wood from rot Midland Farmer A rise jl only onv foot In ton double the draft East and Wert Yea Ive just returned from a two months visit In the east tile Portland young lady was saying and oh I had such a lovely time Those easterners are so different from us though What points did you visit Inquired the newcomer In Oregon I do hope you saw dear old Uonton Boston the Portland girl ejaculat ed I should say not I was In Mon tana Portland Oregonian Brought to Time Id like to auk you in to have some thing said the young man alt they passed an Ice cream parlor only I be long to an antitreat society Stick to principle by all menus the young lady responded cheerfully I can appreciate your position I myself belong to an nntl kissing society Cream in suitable quantities was be- Ing ordered a moment later Plttelnirg Post Result Much to Be Desired HostessDo take some more of the pudding Mr Uorowell- Borewell My dear Mrs Btindorby I couldnt eat another mouthful Ive eaten so muoh already that I can hardly speak Do try n little more Just a little more if only to please me Mr Bore wellStray Stories Memorial to Archimedes The latest historical personage to bo commemorated Is Archimedes the Greek who only wanted a place to bland on outside In order to move tho world with his lover Syracuse In Sicily has made him a monument rope resenting the geometrician and phy octet with his Inventions grouped around him Exposition Feature One of tho novel foetus of tho Lewis and Clark exposition this year Is s shallow lake 200 acres In extent In which are many kinds of fish Tho lake also contains about 12BOOO electric lights which Illuminate the water and allow people to see the flab as they swim about Had Been There QlUe eoedI love to hear tny fiancee talk 1 could listen to her forever SplnkB married Thats fortunate Why HO- TYoull have to If you marry her Louisville CourlerJournali Impossible With reference to the threatened in vasion of the erlnollno the London Dally News colt attention to the fact toot since the crinoline was last In fashion the Hat has become an Institu lion How could women wear crinoline and live in a flat- Deaths from Fasting Fasts says Perclval Gibbon in Worlds Work are frequent and long In ItuHia and It is on record that the mortality rate throughout the country shows a large Increase toward the end af each of tbee terms of abstinence Too Subsequent Kitty bad never seen a dachshund before Aint tic n funny looking dog mam ma the said Its such a lung time twcen his fore legs and his back IlgllClogo Tribune Singular Calling i It Is said that a welleducated Par tslan named George Teyron earns a ComfortnWe livelihood by figuring as tho fourteenth guest at dinner parties which otherwise would be attended by jnly 13 persons MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 15 OATThE Common I5 Q 4 00 Heavy Mews 4 05 6 5 2- 5CALVESExtra C 25 6 60 HOGS Ch packers 5 i5 C SB- Mlxuil packers 5 70 jpvC 7- SHHHP 5 Bxtra 4 06- 1AMHS C 4 75 Spring 8 40 C S 50 FKOimSnrtnR PIt C 00 o 0 36 WHEAT No 2 red 90 Qy 9B No 3 red Ii 91 CORN Xp 2 mixed 4 59 No 2 white 11 rlfOATSNo 2 mixed 331- riRYENo 2 now C5 Q 7- 01iAYCh tlfnothy 0H2 50 PORK Clear moss f14 1- 0JnoSlonm 7 ISttfl1 7 25 IIUTTER Ch dairy 6 14 Choice creamery 6a 22 AlPLKS Choice 3 SO 0 4 00 POTATOES 1er bbl 1 SD 1 CO OI1ACCONetya 6 00 C13 00 Old 4 BO 614 75 Chicago FlOUR Winter nut C 10 ft 5 20 WIIEATNo 2 rod 90 91 No 3 red 95 1 05 CORN No 2 mixed 6- 7OATSNo2 mixed 32 4fl 32 RYE No 2 8 75 PORK Moss 12 65 Ul2 70 LARU Steam 7 05 gyp 707y New York FLOUR Win sfrlii 4 CO 6 4 Co WHEATNo2 rod 4i 1 00 CORNNo 2 mixed b C2 OATSNo 2 mixed IitV 3Gtb RYE Western tai S2V- i1ORK Mess 13 50 i14 2- 5LARDStoam 1t 730 t JI Baltimore i- WItEAf No 2 rod 90 90y4 CORN No 2 mixed Cl 0 61- rCATTLE9teors 4 OQ B 4 51- 8HKKP No 1 3 oO fl 3 50 LouUvllle COnNNo2 mixed fl CO OATSNo 2 mixed Sp 3- 6OATSNo2 nilxon 40 35 PORK Mess 611 00 LARD Steam CP C 50 hldlllnllQJl- lloWHEATNo2 rOil tI no CORN No 2 mixed Q DCV4 OATSNo2mixed 6 3iyt thebestCOLLARS 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 DKFICK Over Printing Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted willed r ln Scmooforme Indigestion Curod There is no case of Indigestion Dys Pepsi a or Stomach Trouble that will not yioldtotbo digestive and strength DyspepsiaCureoff the stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing it to met uutl it DyspopsiaCurerelief from Indigestion and nil other system not attack and gain n foofliold as when in a weakened condition Tho constantly increasing use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure by physicians of hos general practice of itself tolls how this most wonderful mod ern discovery has proved to be the greatest digostant for tho alleviation of suffering humanity Its many cures larRorday ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop opposeCourt Richmond Ky MONUMENTS Ue Hditon i Statuary Granite and MarbU Work of all kinds done in a tvorkmanlikn mann r at rw toimble prlcoe and with dispatch All work guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Control Male and Colllp streets L 4A Smooth Article When you find it necessary to use salve use DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for sores Burns Bols Eczema Blind Bleed jog Itching or Protruding Piles Got the genuine DeWilts Witch Hazel Salvo Sold by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity comfleteandState fur 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 will have prompt attention and charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN lit Vernon Ky RrvKBEKca Bank of Mt Vernon jBerea College FoundedI PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky HO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alistsj Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron INFORMATION AND FBIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SCCBETABT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky J Madison County Roller Mills IeW IdP3n Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor wilt be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is anotber Excellent Flaw eM H M M Wi Potts Duerson Xhlta Stitloo Ky I I u DYSPEPSIA OWE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The S I 00 botto eu tars 214 emes the trial elm which tells tor 50 ants rltllAIIED ONLY AT TNa LAOUTeIY OP E C DoVITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave BereaJ16a in Arrive lllchmond415a m Arrive Paris fi28 a m- ArrivoCiueinnati750a m Coins North Train 2 Dally Leave Berlal 32 p ni Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrive Paris830 p In Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Urealll p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m carryRucud Knoxvllle III Anti lircciloni Tralnt Hum Lien 1 mill 4 carr Ilillmtn Te tbiilr I Slorplng liar and caches between Clnrlnuati and Knox vllle in liilli ilirnlions W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON J1 Dentist JI 0111 to PostoalceRichmond Ky Throo Good and Just Reasons There are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First it is absolutely harmless See ond it tastes good children Ilovo its Third it cures Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough when other remo dies fall Sold by Portor Drug Co MAKE MONEY If you waul to mate money quickly with smell write for information INCI PA Williams Is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean Lug and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams tfaln Street Bares Ky Billions Bill was agitated Aud was much debilitated People said he had consumption That was every ones presumption When he learned what was the matter Bill made all the doctors scatter Now he is his own adviser Swears by little early risers Tho Famous Little Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by the tonic affect on the liver They nevergripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by Porter Drug Co- LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Time title In effect April 18 80S EAST BOUND No1 No I Ko 8 Vcrullln 10IISB m fl 30 p m NirhoUivltlc 1100 710- 1IJ4Valley View 740 Richmond nr IIM 810 Rlchmoud IT 120ft p m 6 110 a m Irvine Las 7M BrilfjrTille 90z2c lljTilc JcL 300 1020 WEST HOUND Nn 2 No 4 No8e- luIllCIIV 7V am S2S p m NlchoUsvllle CAS 227- VaUry View CJ3 zmISJ Richmond IT tUO Richmond ar 731 p m 130 brine 68A p m 1X2J bentneatlyvllla OM a o BcattjTllle Jet ijo e 3039 No 2 end 61 sod S make close connection at Nlrliolaivllle Wand from Lexington and Chic nail and at Versailles to and Irani ShclbyTllla BealtyrilleImictlonforiackaun lion address any local cent or- 11NSVITn PA6tVcria111a p u C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nd day Telephone No 4 Bores Kj Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 The imputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to giro better satisfaction than j other nukes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect H 4 llj fit Inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY HIHIHIIlHH 11 dEtH+tHH+ HHtH111tHI I H Berea and Vicinity wJI+ gonerproperty Mrs Ernest IJcllof Corbin is the week with her sister irsL 0 Lester i Miss Leah Robinson returned from East Bornstndt Sunday after a visit of three weeks 1 visitingrfor u week or ten days Miss Lou Duncan has returnedj from Winchester after a pleasant visit with her sister and friends 1 Mr and Mrs Fowler of Living SundayrProf Marshs dog Prince enjoyed a change in diet last week I lie chewed up n visiting pigFriday Allen Wallace now at Lexington f4 a flying visit to homo folks 1Sunda morning and returned after lioonMr Wallace Lutes who has beenI visiting his nieces the Misses Dun can loft for Van Alstyno Texas Thursday I C II Grosvenor of Cincinnati 0 arrived in Borca Mondayafternoon rto xtako chargo of the printing tie partmont of Boron College 1 Miss Editha Speor and Mrs J O Seer of Ashovillo N C and Mrs Jojn Lathrop and son of Mobile l Ala enjoyed an outing at the Bar ton Springs Saturday Rev C S Mason director of the j religious work in the Cincinnati Y M C A preached at the Parish House on Sunday In the evening he spoke on Peeps in Palestine to an inter ested congregation Ho returned on Tuesday G E Portor returned from Iowa Sunday alter a three weeks vacation Mr Henry Itowden who has been putting up prescriptions in Mr Porters absence is visiting in Winchester for a few days before returning to his homo in Lexington R V Roberts was the victim of runaway horse on Wednesday lift- hprso took fright as he was driving tip Main street and ran up the IIIrRobertsstopping him No great damage was done A special sale is advertised by C C Rhodus this week The Now Cash Storo is a model of neatness order and convenience and those who visit it can be assured of courteous attention whether thus wish a ten cent purchase or a COin plete outfit o DrooklynNseveral years in the Presbyterian Indian Mission School of Tucson u J J k on o Parish House on Sunday night nt half past seven- Attention is called to Mr L O Lesters advertisement in another column Mr Lester has but lately opened his store and shop but n visit to it will repay anyone inter ester in furniture Ho has soon 0 bargains in the solid substantial furniture of a former generation well as a constantly increasing stoc of modern styles Mr W E Rix who has been connected with tho Printing Office of tho College for tho last year anda half loft for the north Saturday morning Mr nix will stay for a time in Geneva Ohio whore ho will shortly bo married to Miss Alta B Hough Mr und Mm Rix will then go to Wisconsin where thoy will engage in missionary work in connection with Mr Buswoll Mr Iiix has shown his consecration and capacity for such work in his connection with Blue Lick Rev Mr Thomson Returnod Rev Mr Thomson who has been absent from Berea for the last three weeks returned Wednesday morning Ho first visited Loraino 0 tho scone of his former pastorate and wont from there through Chicago to tit o Lake Galilee Conference Lake Galilee is situated live miles from Mel ton Wis and is theplaco where Rev Mr Buswell has established a con ference of Christian workers It is a beautiful sheet of water largely surrounded by forests in which there are deer bear and wolves Mr Thomson closed a series of studies on the Holy Spirit which ho began last year lIe met Professor and Mrs Weaver at the Conference They are building a fourroom cottage at Ironwoodllich ultimately locate1t Professor Weaver conducts tho music for the Convention Andy Ross is working at tho Lake assisting in putting up new cottages After leaving the lake Mr Thom tonWbileidinner with tho father anti moth or nhnon o ro Boggs Ho saw Harry Postlewaito who was working at carpentry and is eager to return to Boron Ho met also tho father of Orman Simpson but did not goo Ormnn as ho was working in the hayfield Mrs Simpson is steadily improving Mr Thomson wet at the Con ference a Miss Alma Doming a ml sionary from the west coast of Africa Ho reports her as a most interesting speaker and expects her to visit Bares mountains this Autumn r = 7 r I I HI I I 1110 I MiHMHMH College Items HERE AND THERE i1II r1 iitll+tII1H+1 I Harvoy Vandorpool writes that ho fllllI th summer in Boston Mass with Dr Hubbell William Hopkins of Science 11111 is laying plies for school work at the beginning of the fall term James M Rose is teaching in Lewis County this summer and is also representing Tile CITIZEN 1lyfises M Burgess is spending tho summer about London representing NowIJack Lnns ford is teaching his first CountyKy CillbI returned from a few days with his Ho returned Wednesday morningI Gilbert Combs who is iu Knott County writes very encouragingly regarding his work Ho expects to bo in school this full Darsie S Cogletoti of Heidelberg UonmiHe says ho is very sorry ho camo homo Miss Corwins mother whoso sick fleas was mentioned in tho Cmzux or last week is death Miss Corwinn friends sympathize with her in horI sorrowSec Gamble spent a few days in hUline8fforplace over Sunday enabling Mr Mason to visit Boronof t Miss Ethol King who with Miss I Laura Click is doing work under the American Sunday School Union in progressSireG W Burch who was in tho College last your is now in the U S Army Ills address In JoflorHOn r Barracks Station St Louis Mb lIe wants TUB CITIZEN Mrs Laura Piorson and Miss Sophia Ostormier who are tcncliors in tho Prosbytorian Indian Mission School in Tucson Arizona lire visiting Soc and Mrs Gamble for a few clays Arthur Daily reports his work under tho American Sunday School Union as very successful Ho hWiI organized flvo Sunday Schools nndI others are coming Ho is working Countyk gathering ofI those who hmo worked for tho Col logo during the your was hold at thoI Tabernacle Saturday evening Aleut ono hundred and fifty wore present President Frost spoke wisely and en couragingly to tho company gait gavo some interesting and timely in formation about the College and its relation to its workers and to tha community Ho also presented each ono present with a hook or a pam phlot as a souvenir of tho occasion George Donson as tho oldest worker present received largo and valuable book for use in family devotions Iced lemonade was served at tho closo of the meeting The ham woa present and added much to tho pleasure of tho occasion A Letter from Wesley Frost Tire following letter from Wosloy Frost will 30 of interest to his friends Ho is with Dr Sjxjrrya party in the Rocky Mountains Dear Father and Mother The tripup horo has been ideal On tho lakes the wcathgr was good rind the three and a half days woro delectable I lived on biscuit fruit and cheese etc amounting in cost to tIle sutra of about a dollar The locks at tho Sault Sto Mario aro wonderfully largo but plans are being malt to make still larger ones St Clair River and Lake told tho St Clair Flats at the upper cud of I the latter are very beautiful I never realized before what a high way the Great Lake routo is Tho estimate is that u vessel passes any given point on the St Clair River dayduringnavigation There wero always Lour or flvo ships in sight and Hwy all sailed in one coursoa strip about two miles wide passing the length of tho Lakes n regular sell road At Hancock we saw copper mines Duluth was an invisible place It rains there six days in the weok rind our day was not tho seventh St Paul is a fino town but everything was shut tight for tho Fourth and I rend and spent a greater time break ing into Lo Coats Geology Tire railroad journey was long that is the- s characteristic which stands out In my mind Vincent and I did not take sleepers which was fortunate for on Wednesday wo wore wrecked Tho slippedtheir 17 7 1r acetylene tanks in our car burst instantly singed us filled tho earl with smoke arid in a minute with fire I put my list through window rind followed it I pulled n couple of women out of the window and then Five or six of im went back in and got out all tho baggage that was in tho car It was clear at tho tune hilt just after wo hOt out thoro was another explosion and thou tine train nuulowas or four wero seriously injurer Wo wore delayed n duty Tho Minnesota farming anti lake region just out of St Paul is hue Tho Dakota Prairies are exactly liko tho current conception of them Tho cowboys anti Indians are dirty and not very picturesque altho moderate lyso The butte country iu Dakota and Montana is dreary Wo puswHl big herds of homes and sheep ranches like Arthur workedrlhoYocuin has scenery bore is past my description Lake McDonald is said to ho tho fourth or fifth lake in tim world for beauty and I gnu easily Iniliove that it in Wo got up here to Glacier Camp last night ninth today wo started iu at tho work which is entirely possible Tho cooking and touts are good Tho elevation is six thousand five hundred foot anti tire mountains around arty ton thousand Imo air suporl Tho boauty horo is stun lis I shall not attempt to ox upon it Tho cutup spot is orfect Tho streams como right out of tho snow patches on tho slope just above us Bear mountain lion wild goats tho Thomson Sutton variety bona title marmots elk deer coneys and if there ho any other kind of wild creature that also are really horo right around run 1 math Tear moat for breakfast Fish nerd birds nro around Tho tlowoni aro owildoring We cannot hunt remise tho season OJKIIIS in Sop lemlHir after tho young are matured You may not Incur from mo again till I leave horo but I wnut to hoar from you All kinds of love WBSLBT Lawn Party Tho Misses Hilda and Dooloy Welch and thoir brother Mr John Welch outartained many of thou friends last evening with a lawn parly iu honor of thoir visitor Miss Ida Cook of Falmoulh Ky About a hundred young people woro present anti nil loft loud iu thoir pnilnt of their host and hostesses The lawn was bountifully decorated and lighted with Japanese Inntorns ico cold fruit punch wits served tho gusts on thoir arrival thou all gathered around small tables mid enjoyed Flinch Pit and other guinea for n tine thun ice oronm and coke wore served Haut 10 oclock cull retired to tho louse mud chatted mid listened to music until 1030 when tho party broke up Tho evening was n delightful ono and all present will look back to it as one of tho ltest of tho season POEM THAT WON A SUPPER Clilmita Altlrrman In hnl Oft Tlirrtt Mtiinin rind treat John I Snlllvun Doubting the ability of Alilurtnati HnthhoiiHO John CuiiKUlIn of ChlctiKo to dash poetry on the rein John U Sulllvnn former champion puKllUt re gently wagered a supper that the pom padour hand could not extemporize a poem of throe stanzas on a subject to bo chosen by Sullivan tle topic Ixrtnff I Wish I Wns n lllnl nays a special dispatch from Chicago to the fit Lout OlolIUelllocrnt Easy swap snld Uio Bathhouse nn he produced his pencil and wont Into u trance In a few minutes he triune phantly flashed the folowlug In tbo fact of the great exflchtor A o I iThe Only Requisite for ComplexionIt ofAPompeian i Massage Cream theItt tUn abtorUi the soap There II nothing In soap p- h that U tuoj fr the tiitucai If It remain tt pbtoinentmpudtrnature It blocke- drumpalnsearthreeveryampurtly oaf of the- E tVlnMatkheaJt strut map all Iht dirt and t the muute buDih Ihc windallon wrinVUi and ceAil In place or lace powder Gentlemen use it alter iharing th rile nO rent d SIOO par Jc- ri i The PORTER DRUG CO naunlIitA 44444444o4 111111 k1111 klltkt111ti1 k1111 tl5111 Illitl Do You Feel SafeI Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it E would tnko to pny insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it anti no insuranco Can write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooeooosoooo-o i CeJe Hanson Companys io i HOT WEATHER BARGAINS I 0 IN2 Mull Batiste Netting Lawno Gingham and many other g Cotton Fabrics for Summero Wollen Fabrics a large as i sortment of Suitings in the I leading Weaves A FULL LINE OF MILLINERY io A0- o We do not believe in carrying over our stock It is better business policy o- o to close them out even at a sacrifice This we are going to do for 30 days and S will offer iFromJuly 10th to August 10th I I ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST i o A- Ve 0 also carry a full line of Underwear Hosiery Corsets Gloves Ribbons and in fact most of the necessities for ladies use which will be offered at greatlya o reduced prices More goods and better goods for a small expenditure than has ever been seen in Berea Call early and get first choice o 0 The Shop for Ladies oreSoSooSoooSoeoooSooSooSoSooSoSoooSoe000000S00S00a00000oo o 0 f J I f 1 NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected and Given to Our readers in a Con iicnded Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS of I A Summary of Prominent Events Tha Have Taken Placs During the Past Few Days The Movements of Government Officials The Russian government has been notified that Japan will not agree ten nnnlFtke pending negotiations that Japan will feel free to contlnu her military operation In Manchurl until tho plenipotentiaries have agree upon terms of pence Plans for the reinforcement of Gen Llnevitcbi armies are keeping pac with the preparation for peace ncgc Nations Rte 19th army corps has n celved marching order M Murariort has resigned his posl Im us chittf peace plenipotentiary It may be regarded as practically certal Um be win be replaced by M Wltte president of the troimnltiee of mini Emperor Nicholas hsa sinned then ipolntraont of M Wltte president or the committee of ministers to be chic plenipotentiary representing the Rui ailan government In the peace negotlo lion to bo conducted next month In the United States M WItto to shouldering the task o- KimluctingY puce negotiations on bo halt ot his country ID a patriotic iplrl but with a full realization of tho dim cultloo before him and the knbwledg In advance that even If he succeeds he can not kocuro terms which the Rut taii qhauvlnltt will regard aa other wise than humiliating Baron Komura the Japaneao mini tor of forplgn affair who U the prtn dual onvtfy of Japan to the conference In en mute now from Japan and Is ex ported to reach New York about th SOih inat U M Wltte the chief plonl potenilary of Iluisla shall have ar dyed by that time the reception toJ the envoys by tho provident probablj will take place at Bagnioore 11111 or August J- Irpaidoptt Roosevelt received the now ambassador from RUMfa Huron Ito nun Rotnaimovltch Rosen at Saga More lUlL Rosen took luncheon with the president and Mrs Rwwveit The astaHes ot the Ilusulan pence fplenlp9e v arles have been fixed n- rJJrtO per day each besides an allowance of UIGO for traveling anil otbO expenses U U learned from a high authority that tho plant for the Investment ol ladlvotiolt are now well under way and that a strong force has been land ve 1 In tho vicinity of Poaalei bay while another IB on tho way from Gonsan marching through Northern Korea If Gen Trepoff assistant minister ol the Interior Is not the next victim oi the amatftln It will not be duo to lack of warning at the hand of the Tor rorlit It In officially announced at Tuklu that tho Ruiftlan center holding Dar line aud vicinity Will attacked July 11 and offered stubborn resistance The attack was renewed at dawn of July 12 when the Japanese dislodged the HUHSIBDI driving them In the direc tlon of Mall 4 Tills victory ensures completo occupation of South Sakha tin by the Japanese Adm Yam da commanding a squad ron Rant north on a reconnaissance retorts that to Russian cruiser hum rad Is a complete wreck and that thero Is ni hope of refloating her Sbo tan on a reef Acting Attorney General Hoyt re ceived from Secretary of Agriculture Wilson tho pafterii In tho cotton report InvMilKatloa United Stales District Attorney Morgan H Beach will probe Into the whole subject and make a thorough Inquiry It will bo determln4 ed whether tnerp la any statute under which a criminal prosecution may be directed against Edwin S Holmes for peer anKoclate statistician who was il tulaaed It Is alleged because ho f Juggled figures In tho government crop oMlirwtos and furnished advance Information to New York brokers An American Slag wan torn down i from in of the city hall London bnr and trampled under a hundred toot u tho risult of a remark made by aa American visitor at the Orange mens demonstration President Roosevelt assured labor loaders who called on him that his recent ordoriln regard to tho Chinese exclusion net does not lot down the tiara to the booties admission to this tOllUtrIThe 20tb annual reunion ot the Bo nevolent and Protective Order of Elks vlll be Denver In 190G Ouu ballot d at the grand lodgo tueetlng hOlln Whon II Oolrlcha re turned cottage at Newport II I after an absence of two hors sho Uncovered that jewelry vnltioil at Slp Out had twee taken from tier dressing case The Oklahoma and tnalbn Territory ftttttfhood coinventlon dalletl to sot forth the aentlment of the people ol the two territories adopted a resolution demanding admittance to the union ns une tree and Independent state rt W E Etheridge and A N Davis men joint owners of a jlIIIwmlH at Hickory Miss engaged in- ct duel both beingkilledJ For the first time since ho began Ith campaign for municipal reform Mayo Weaver of Philadelphia received I setback at tho hands of common cow ell when that body did not comply wltl his request to authorize him to em ploy special counsel to represent th city In the matter of certain conlractI that are to bo brought courts It U retorted that Francis B Looms Is to be made ambassador to Japan II has been for several days rumored thai Lloyd C Grlscom now minister to Ja pan In to succeed Mr loontls In th slate department Sweeping reductions In the solarle of various officials and employe of the Equitable society were made by Chairman Norton James H Hyde of tho Kqultablo Llro Assurance society resigned aa vlc president of the Commercial Trust Coot Philadelphia and the directors or that company accepted the roslgna Uon Junes W Aloxander formerly prod dent of the Equitable Life Assurano society continues very III Ho ti In such a condition that all knowledge or the recent developments In the society have been kept from him The antiAmerican sentiment nmnn the Chinese le subsiding and it wai never an widespread as had been rap resentedIn oil hearing at Kansas City W H Hawkins who was superintendent of tank wagons testified that mon were hired to follow tho wagons of the Independent companies to se where they topped and how much oil they sold Whenever necessary to take trade from their competitors rebates were paid by tho Standard amounting some times to 3500 a monthGen Horace Porter former ambas sailor to France and more recentlj the senior special American ambansa dor appointed to receive the body of John Paul Jones returned home or tho steamer Deutschland After routing In a vault at Oak Hll cemetery Washington since his death last December the lady of James N Tyner former postmaster general us alxtant attorney general and rupreson tatlve In congress from Indiana war finally Interred In the family lot at Oak 11111 It Is estimated that the Kansas whoat crop for this year will be al least 82500000 bushels From reports being received the whnat Is thrashing out exceedingly well According to an announcement made at the navy department the battleahlu Oregon of the Asiatic flnot bas won the trophy for the hlgheot scores mnd by vessole of tho battleship class at the last annual target practice The wiiuo vessel won the trophy a year a to At the cabinet mooting It developed that the Danish ministers wore In full agreement that Prince Charles of Den mark should accept the crown of Norway If King Oscar and tho other courts most concerned expressed their ap provalMr Rookhlll the American minister nt Poking has cabled tho state depart moot that tho Chinese government Is vigorously opposing the threatened boycott of American goods Business failures In the United States for the week ending July 13 number 166 against 127 last week 203 In the like week of 1904 and 173 In 1903Secretary qf War Taft and those ac companying him on his way to the Philippines arrived nt Honolulu and were met at the wharf by n delegation of territorial officials and prominent residents San Juan Hill the district bound ed by Amsterdam and West End ave hues and 51st and 63d streeets New York socalled because of Its notoriety as a battle ground was tho sceno of a furious race riot which required 250 policemen to quell after many shots bad been fired and several persons hod been seriously Injured Tho servant girl problem In tho Ap pleton WIll district has been partial ly solved by tho employment of Indian Girls who have graduated from the gov ernment schools Several are now In tho kitchens of families In Appleton- In compliance with n request from citizens In tho vicinity of Edwards vllle 111 the state board of health sent an Inspector to make an Investi gation of a report that wholesale ex humation of bodies Is being made by a railway excavating along a right of way near a county poor farm Typhoid fever U epidemic at Col llnsburg Pa There are about 30 house In tho village and In every house there are from one to five cases or tho disease Five children of a tam ily named LIU have tiled and a number ot other families havo lout from one to two members The 300th anniversary of the dill ovary of the Hudson rlvpr by Hen rick Hudson Is to bo celebrated by tho opening In Now York city of the great rat International exposition that has rver boon seen Gen Nelson A Mlles sailed for Eu rope on tho American liner St Louis wIth his son Llout Sherman Miles Cora short sojourn abroad Tho acceptance by Franco of the In Ration to alto part In the Interna tonal conference on Morocpo was dit patched by special messenger to this lUltnn The messenger Is Bxpect d tc irrlve at Fez July 19 Count Schuvaloff pretnot cf Moscow Pas shot and killed alt ho was recolv rig n number of petitioners Tho as sasBln escaped In the xcltomont which allowed the shooting but was later captured William Dwyor and seven Chlnesn were killed by an oxplbslon nt tho G1 int Powder works ten miles from Oak end Cat I Two burglars chloroformed Mrs nero tha Cohen as she lay sick In her bet on the third floor of hor homo at 145 Fifth uvcnuo Now York tlod hrwrists and ankles tore two rings fran her finger jorkod out her ear ring and then looted n wardrobe The Arbogst Baatlan Co of Al lontown Pa whole extensive provl Ion house was destroyed by fire estl mates Its loss at 400000 Insurance 200000 An earthquake shock was distinct folt In Concoru N H Reports front tho city ot Manchester and other point Indicate that a distinct shock was ex pcrlcnced over the southern section or the state The boiler of an AtchIson Topek Santa Fo freight engine exploded at Kinsman Ariz killing Engineer Copt land and Fireman Bryant and completely wrecking the engine The motion for a now trial of thi case of United Stales Senator John H Mitchell was overruled by Judge D Haven In tho United Slates court at Portland Ore and the attorneys tor the defense asked for a week In whlcl to file a bill of exception and a writ of errorA months sentence to prison rol a passing street flirtation with a nar tied woman was Imposed on Benjamin loullbyAmerican flour exporters who have ben doing a profitable buslnons In China have suffered a serious blow be cause a recent shipment proved to con tain poison and caused the death or many natives Despite the slightly lower tempera turo and a brisk northwest breeze the deaths from heat In New York reachei the highest number of tho summer tot there wore 22 victims Former Speaker of Conca tart B Henderson Is railing rapidly He Is at his home In Dubuque la suffer- Ing from paresis At times he Imag Inca he Js In the speakers chair and at other on the battlefield Ralph Lcete 83 an attorney and capitalist died at Ironton O He was au thor of the Groat Seal of Ohio and 1 personal friend of President Lincoln and Chief Justice Chase The Arkansas antitrust law was rls clared valid by the supreme court ol the state two justices dissenting iron the opinion Wild a Johnson a young woman li under arrest at Owatonna Nina charged with having put poison Into a well on the farm of John U Johnson and with having sent an orange con lalnlng strychnine to Mrs Lundittroni a daughter of Jackson who Is a teach er In the county schools Ixittt Apgar aged 05 married and a grandfather killed himself In Jersey City by shooting as a result of son 6atlonal disclosures which terminated In the granting of a divorce to Georgi M Meyers against Clara E Mayors Apgar was named as the coreapond outThe paymaster of the SlossShefileld Co was held up at Littleton near Birmingham Ala and robbed of 6 000 In a fight with the officers later one ot tho highwaymen was killed and tho other escaped The money ws re coverod Thomas MoFadden 15 and William Franz 14 wore drowned In the Me nominee river while bathing near Nil waukeeFrom a marriage license recently Is sued It was learned that Gen Ben J Vlljoen formerly of tho Boor army watt married In St Louis to Mrs Myr the DIckerson Lowdpn ot lttsflcld III The Chautauqua hold a special me mortal service for the late Secretary ot State John Hay at Atlantic City N J The eulogy was delivered by Si mon Wolfe former congressman from New York United States Senator William A Clark of Montana continues to rally satisfactorily from the operation which ho underwent for tho removal of an abscess of the brain Charles Burchctt and Charles Ste vens both sons ot prominent farmers were drowned In tho Coon river west of Dallas Center la George and William Gibbons broth ers were drowned whllo bathing In a lake near Olathc Ran In the presence of Her mother floe slo flames 15 was shot dead on the street In front of her homo In St Lou- Is Mrs Mary Carder 30 Is under ar rest charged with the shooting which In said to have been the culmination of 111 feeling between the two families President Roosevelt has determined that the scandal growing out of the cotton report leaks In tits department ot agriculture shall bv probed to the bottom A crowd of over 2000 persons fought with the police In a wild scramble to raln admittance to tho dedication Services ot tho new synagogue of the Congregation Sharls Sphard St Louis A number wore clubbed but none seri lusty hurt Troops at Gadsden Ala wore called out to prevent tho lynching of Vance lardnor In Jail with five others charg ell with criminal assault and murder jf Mrs C J Smith white a widow 1ho mob composed of 300 men lacked a leader SIxtyreven Indictments against 25 nJlVldunlB most of whom are former ounty officials were handed down by Vj grand Jury at Milwaukee and the HOblug of tho Jury still goon on Theist batch ot truo hills added to the IS returned ton days ago makes a to tal of 105 thus far Tho Japanese poaco mission Is ex octcd to reach New York about the tat of July- Benjamin Webb Williams 01 who a operation ago was a pioneer In con iuctlng lecturing tours In tho United tales died at his homo in Dorches er Mass LIEN BLAGKMAR DEAD Coulntander in Chief of 0 A IL Passed Away in Idaho He Succumbed To Nephritis Bod Will Be Embalmed and Taken To the Home of the Fam ily In Boston Boise Ida July 17fen W W Blackmar commander in chicf of tine Grand Army of the Republic died hereof nephritis Ills wife was with hIm during his Illness The body will bo embalmed and taken to tho home ot the family at Boston The general arrived oit July 10 on a tour during which ho Intended to visit Grand Army posts through the northwest He was III when he arrived and gradually failed The seriousness of his condition was kept front the public at the request of Ills wife Gen Blackmar was born July 25 1841 at Bristol Pa He enlisted In tho 16th Pennsylvania cavalry and suit sequently Joined tho First yest VIr Gen Wllmon W Blackmar glnla He served with distinction through the war and at Five Forks was promoted on the field by Gen Custer to the rank of captain Throughout three administrations those of Govs long Talbott and Rice hp was judge advocate general of Massachusetts At the last national encampment of the G A R ho was elect ed commanderlnchlof Boston July 17Exceplto two or three officials of tho Grand Army the news of the death ot Gen Black mar was received with great stir prise In this city The home of Gen Biackmar was In this city and slnco his elevation to the position of com manderlnchlef the headquarters ol the organization has been hero Gen Blackman Is succeeded by John It King of Washington senior vice com mandor TO THE NORTH POLE Lieut Robert E Peary Starts on His Long Journey i New York July 17Limit Robert E Peary started on hIs long journey in quest of the north pole Ills ship the Roosevelt which has been lying In the North fiver since Saturday night weighed anchor and got under way at ten minutes after 3 On board the vessel besides the explorers party were a number ot guests and newspa per men who accompanied the ship as far as Sandy Hook where they wear taken off by a navy yard tug sent out by Adm Coughlin A launch bearing a party of excursionists attempted to run close alongside of the Roosovel after she was under way and nearly collided with her The Roosevelt was saluted by all manner of steam and sailing craft on her way to sea THE RUSSIAN ENVOY Spent An Hour In Consultation With American Ambassador Meyer St Petersburg July 17t Witt spent an hour with Georgo Von L Meyer the American ambassador at the Klelnmlchel palace discussing tha forthcoming peace conference Before leaving for Paris next Wednesday M WItte will havo still another audience with tho emperor In the mean limo he must pay a round of official visits to all tho imperial ministers M Wit to Is expected to be the bearer of LI personal message from tho emperor tu President Roosevelt Gen Llnevltcha Forces Toklo July 17It Is officially re ported that Gen Llnevltchs forces Iumbor nearly 400000 and It Is reported thut he Is extensively using water transportation to bring forward men supplies and ammunition Gen B M Thomas Expires Dalton Oa July 17Gen B M Thomas died at his home In this city Peritonitis was the Immediate cause of his death Ue was a graduate ot West Point anti a distinguished hrlga liar general In the confederate army Want Saturday Half Holidays Washington July liJollr hundred mechanics of tho government navy yard met and appointed a committee of two to confer with the president at Oyster Bay looking to securing trout him nn order allowing tho navy yard fnployos Saturday halt holidays Secretary Loeba Outing Oyster flay N Y July 17Secre ary nnd Mrs lob loft Oyster Bay ror a months sojourn In and near lhu roliowstone National park They will nrko brief stops at Clicaso and at tllcntapolIr u u STATE ODDS AND ENDS n KENTUCKYS NEW CAPITOL Bids For the Magnificent Structur MuctBe In By August 1 Covlngton Ky July 15 Architects plans for the new Kentucky state cap Itol work on which la to be begui within the next few months have beet completed and are being examined bj local architects and contractors at the offices of the builders exchange The plans aside from the magnitude of the work are of Interest to Clucln- I natlans and Ohioans generally througl the fact that they represent the labor of an Ohio architect Frank M Andrews of Dayton O Bids rot the contracting work of the buildings are now being received and will bo closed August 1 The new structure Is to be an Impoa In gone and it Is to bo built of stone brick steel and concrete It will be rectangular In form Its dimensions be Ing approximately 400 by 180 feet bj 47 feet In height and It will face the north i The building will be thoroughly mod urn In Its equipments It will consist of four floors with attic and basement A grand dome will surmount It rIsIng 135 feet above the root Its archlec lure will bo ionic- BLACKSMITHS SHACK He Compelled the County To Pay 4000 For His Lease Louisville Ky July 15Patrlck Kirby a blacksmith has forced the county of Jefferson to pay him 400 for the lease on the onestory shack at Center and Green streets which ho occupied as a shop ata rental of 16- a month It Is on the site of the new armory to be built at a cost of 400000 Kirleys lease was not considered when the site was bought He had an option for a liveyear renewal and after the county exhausted every effort to got rid of him Ithad to coma to his terms BREAKS THE RECORD The Per Capita Tax For the School System In Kentucky Frankfort Ky July 13Suporln cadent of Public Instruction Fuqua fixed the por capita for the public school system at 325 for the year ending June 30 1906 which breaks the stato record This Is on a basis of 2420000 the total resources of the school fund certified by Auditor Ha gor The school census on which this basis Is made compiled by Superin tendent Fuqua through county super intendents is 731000 children of school age A FAST MILE May Earl a FourYearOtd Filly Went It In 211 Lexington Ky July 16Mlke now erman drove the fouryearold fllly May Earl by San Metea out of Annie Earl by Erlmont a mile In 211 the fastest time made over the local track this season May Earl Is the property of John T Stewart and is considered by such good judges as John SpWn to be the best horse In training In Central Kentucky The fastest mile trotted heretofore by this promising fllly Was 213 made last Saturday I ought With a Burglar Louisville Ky July HIn a duel with a burglar Dr O H Rcesor was shot In tho shoulder During the fusil lode Dr Reesor fired twice and the burglar three times One of the but lets fired by the burglar was found Im bedded in the kitchen door After Interurban Routes Lexington Ky July lSA B Du pont and E B Caldwell of Detroit Mich accompanied by their attorney Charles Flower are here looking over the Interurban railway franchises of the Central Kentucky Interurban Co with a view of purchasing its holdings To Reorganize the Bank London Ky July ISAt a meeting of tho directors of the Citizens bank It was decided to reorganize tho bank and change the system from a state lo a national bank Steps will be ta ken at once to make the change Kicked To Death By a Mule Henderson Ky July 15 Thornton tho ten yearold son of Circuit Clerk Wynn O Mosoly was killed by being licked by a mule lie was struck Iti the head by both of tho animals feet producing almost Instant death Medical Society Meeting Frankfort Ky July 15Tho Ken ucky Midland Medical society met In heir 37th quarterly session at tho Cap tnl hotel here About 25 physicians member of tho society wore hi at cndunce Frank Mooney Exonerated Howling Green Ky July 11AI1 In juost over the remains of John Patterson a notorious negro who was shot en days ago by Frank Mooney and lied of lockjaw resulted in a verdict exonerating Mr Mooney lie Is said to have acted In solfdofonse After Lead and Zincl Fonlavillo Ky July 16The past 9v weeks have witnessed ronsidorable totlvlty in that section of Grayson anlllzinc RAILROAD COMMISSION It Holds That Express Companies Are Common Carriers Frankfort Ky July HThe Ken tucly railroad commission holds that under Section 218 of the constitution of tho state the express companies f t- Ing business In the state are common carriers as are railroad corporations and that it Is within its province to regulate their rates where charges ars made that said rates are exorbitant The ruling Is announced in a case from Shelby county where the city of Shelbyvlllo closed a license tax of 25 a year upon the Adams and Southern Express Cos and they retaliated by adding one cent to the charge on each package In and out of the town at cer- taIn times during the year The citi zens complained under the long and short haul clause of the constitution The commission sustains them in tha complaint and recommends that the matter be Investigated by the Shelby county grand jury and the companies prosecuted If they continuo to collect additional charge NEPHEW WILL DIE His Uncle Sank a Knife Into Hit Body Louisville Ky July 14 Because Nunco Carso one of the wealthiest Italians In Louisville struck his sis ter Mrs Casper Hare of 415 Second street with his flat at his fruit store her son Andrew Hare asked for an ex planation and was stabbed four times by his uncle Hare Is dying Carso sank a butcher knlfo Into his nephews hack abdomen and both arms During the affray several Italians ran Into the place and all were fight trig when the police arrived HUBBY GONE FOR TEN YEAR3 The Judge Declared Mrs Hemlngray a Single Woman Louisville Ky July HJudge Kin by entered a judgment restoring Mrs Llda Hemlngray to tho rights of a single woman and Incidentally recalling the disappearance of her husband Reuben Hemlngray on September 23 1890 The court held that as Hemln gray has never been heard from he la presumed to bo dead Hemlngray was a tobacco dealer He left hero to go to Chicago Since Hemlngrays disappearance Mrs Hemlngray has earned a living by teaching school WHILE RESISTING ARREST A Leltcrifleld Jeweler Shot and Killed By An Officer Leltcbfleld Ky July 13AI D Mo Clue a Jeweler of this city whllo re sisting arrest was shot and killed McClure it Is claimed was intoxicated when Sheriff W H Coppage and City Marshal T L Bated undertook to arrest him McClure cut Sheriff Cop page on the side of the head and neck Coppaga and Baird both fired at him killing him Instantly Cant Collect In Kentucky Louisville Ky July 16The suit oC George H Alexander revenue agent agaInst the American Sewing Machine- co for 50000 taxes covering five years was dismissed by Judge Greg iry The court sustained the plea oC the defendant that the company Is Incorporated elsewhere and taxable only- u Springfield O tho firms headquarters Chief Hill Renominated Paris Ky July HIn the demo ratio primary George M Hilt tho Incumbent chief of police defeated Offl cer J C Elgin by a majority of about 128 In a light vote of possibly 560 The city ticket for mayor and councilmen laving no opppoaltlon polled the full ote A Land of Plenty Barbourvllle Ky July 14 Farmers say that not for years has there been such a crop of oats In this part of the tale as this year Every planter teems to have an abundance Corn la ookiug fine everywhere The crop ot small fruit is abundant this season all through tho mountains The Guardsmen Lose Barbourvllle Ky July 13The case or tho 32 members of Company B Seo nd regiment Kentucky state guards gainst the Louisville Noshvillo railroad for 10000 damages each eras leclded In favor of the defendant la tlte Knox circuit court Capt E W Lyen Expires Harrodsburg Ky July 13Capt B W Lyen died here He was a canted rate veteran and was in the Ohio raldHo was a trustee of the Ken achy confederate home and wolf known in the south Died In Jail Covington Ky July 15 John chnolder 4G who was serving a four months sentence In tho city jail tar busing his family Is dead Ho hal beon drinking n great deal before bis most and had been acting strangtiy- toly Blinded By a Torpedo London Ky July IGAt Pittsburgh its county Florence owens a ton earold girl exploded wltn a hammer It railroad torpedo whim she hat mud She was horriby mangled and the sight of both eyes was destroyed Eastern Kentucky News No correipoadence pabllihea anlen signed in tall by the writer Tho nme b not for publication but M an eridenco of rood faith Write plainly hI 1 I tAl I I r r r J I I I 11 I I I III II H I111111111II 1111111111 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE July 17 Mrs Martha Wren died from consumption nt hor homo near Cinder Switch July 14 nUll her thrco weeksold baby died July 10 It was buried beside her in Fairview graveyard Mr Frank Simes of Indiana is visiting relatives nnd friends in this neighborhood this writingMrs Kilter Wheeler of Paint Lick and Mrs Lizzie Yontz of Pittsburg came Saturday morning to attend tho burying of Martha WronRcv J W Lambert attended church at Clover Bottom Saturday and Sunday Ho reported a nice timoMrs Lucindil Jlichmond of I Rockford visited her sister MM Mary Wren Sunday Tho widow of the late George Jones of Villa Grove is visiting her children in this coulttyMr anti Mrs J H Lambert visited your correspondent Saturday John Huff was up from Conway SUQdayeningLlt tIll llotibin Lambert has been sick for several claysMrs Sam McClure nnd two mile daughters of Cinder are visiting her mother in Laurel IlOlInt1 LIVINGSTON July 1lost all of the people of this vicinity have laid by their corn Harvesting is all the go now We have had several goodrains during tho past three days and all of tho corn is looking well Misses Effie French anti Minerva Cope attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday and enjoyed a very goody sernonA delightful dinner was served at the house of Mr and Mrs Win French a few Sundays ago in honor of Mr John Freemon of Texas who was visiting his brother and friends Archte the little son of Mr nnd Mrs Wm French has been very sick with whooping cough for the past two weeks Tho Bran son school will begin the 17th and will bo taught by Miss Belle McCracken near McWhortor Ollie the six year old son of Mr Lincoln Nicely died at tho home of his parents near Hazel Patch Sunday itJuly2nd Ho was afflicted from his The immediato cause of his death was whoopingcough JACKSON COUNTY 1EVERGREEN nnd Miss 4Maggie Jones were the guests of i Edward Lakes Wednesday Mr Will Williams is rejoicing because f he is through with his oat harvest Thomas Milton Lakes called on Miss Allie Drew Saturday evening Foust Brockman is in a very bad condition at this writing Thomas E Jones was tho guest of J M kJonesWednesday nightMrs Sallio is on the sick listTho farmers of this vicinity have almost completed their hay and oat harvest I Green Lakes and Leonard Martin j were tho guests of Mr Cnl Purvice t Saturday night lastTlm people of i Pino Grove are all well pleased with a jtheirschool teacher Mr Geo Sparks OWSLEY COUNTY CONKLINO 17Tho schools have nearly lJuly and tho teachers are with the old story Wo spare the children yotThe uifollowing Berea students are teach Eugene Garrott at Valley View N F Ambrose at Doe 1Creok Isaac Heckor and Mary Ray P M Fryo and Laura Ray on Island Creek and A M Clark at the Chapel We were all 1grioed to hear of tho shooting of Murrell on July 8 by II II 4 Rice one of Owsloys heat citizens I J Tho case as first reported as being purely self defense was substantiated by tho verdict of tho jurywhich gave Mr Rico his libertyMisses Callie and Lucy Holcomb were bap tized at tho mouth of Doe Creek on tho IDth of July Enoch Halcomb has been harvesting oats on East View farm this wookN F Am broso returned from Borea last week where he had been on business Sherman Rowland is the most thriv ing merchant of Major now Having bought the stock owned by Garrett R Son ho is selling at very low HcesJW Anderson has returned from Goshen and Liberty where ho has been spreading the gospel GAB BAR0 July 15C B Moore and Elmer Gabbard wero on Buffalo Sunday visiting Sabbath Schools They each made a temperance lecture while there Richard W Green a well known and highly respected citizen of Floyd post office passel from this earth to his eternal resting place last Saturday at about 1 oclock Ho had a been suffering for some months with I consumption We had a line rain here Friday Oat harvesting is over and farmers say their oats are excels lentYour correspondent was oc Cow Creek last week working for a friend Elmer Gabbard was ai Booueville on FridayInures ami Henry Gabbard and William and Jocie Reynolds visited friends und relatives at tho mouth of Cow Creel Saturday and Sunday LETCHER COUNTY MAY KING July 17Wo had a line meeting hero Sunday Tho Sunday School hero is getting along very wellMr Dee Holbrook and Miss Lizzie Franklin wore married at the home of the bride Thursday Mr Eddie Polly has just returned from Glamorgan Va with goods MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON July 10Thu ladies of tho flap tist Church and community will give an Ice Cream supper Saturday night July 22 in E B Wallaces old storehouse at this place to raiso money to buy a carpet for the church Como boys and bring your girls to help us out Mrs G E Brockmau is very sick at this writingMr and Mrs Edgar Brockman of Big Hill wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs G El Brockmau Saturday nightMrs Susie Halcomo who fell and hurt herself sumo time ugo is not so well well this week as usual- JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK July 10D M Click of Kirby Knob was at this place Monday The travelling grocerymeu who have called during the past week are Messrs Wilson Welch and Lear also a Mr Darnell from Va passed through hero Hiram Becknell from Red Lick was through tho country sheep buying Jeff Murphy for molly of this place came from Waco to trade horses with Colmon Cox Mr and Mrs Thomas Eversole and Miss Synthia Alcorn and Preston Webb attended church at Middle Fork Charles Click is visiting it Turner Kelleys H H Fowler md May Parsons attended church at Blanton Flat today John P Horn md Spicy Spivey of Wagersville ilso went to Blantam FlatC C Cox lost a good cow a tow days ago Squire Lynch of this place attended Bevis Lodge yesterday Cash Lakes and Isaac Fowler have had an uteresting trial in Squire Lynchs curt Each of them claims a certain calf andeach proved himself uy witnesses to be the owner of the calf TEACHERS INSTITUTES Prof J W Dinsmore will conduct tbo following Institutes July 10 Vhiteeburg Letcher county July 21 Hazard Leslie anti Perry county Joint institute August 7 Olive Bill Carter county August 14 atlettsburg Boyd county August 21 Greenup Greenup county Sheriff Wllkeraon Injured Lexington Ky July 19We scor- Ing his matinee mare at the trotting rack Sheriff J Tevls Wllkerson was brown from the road wagon and received several kicks from the horse which will keep him confined for ser cral days Burled at Midnight Owlngsvllle Ky July 19The bod I los of Frank Smith and his two sons Vllllam and Mansford who were killed Saturday during a fight with Scott iIcQulnn In Wolfe county were bur- Ied at midnight In the presence of BOO ieopleBadly Injured By a Mule Glasgow Ky July 19Karl Smith 2yearold son of Curtis Smith near loodnlght In this county was kicked and seriously hurt by a mule Tho nlmals hoof broke the boys Jaw riving one of his teeth through the- rum Killed With a Mallet Louisville Ky July 19 Joseph Sel art who was struck on the head with a beer mallet by Herman Flamm at- the City brewery died at his home 1417 Story avenue Flamm has been Treated and charged with murder Loulcvllle Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July 19The follow- Ing Is the report of offerings on the Louisville market Including all the warehouses Hurley 27 hhds dark 60 ihda total 87 hhds Original Insp c lon 80 hhds reviews 7 hhds Fell From a Window Cynthlana Ky July 19Mrs So phll1 Louis wife of Joseph Louis a merchant tailor fell out of the second tory of her room and fractured her orehead She was sitting In the window for fresh air Theyre Going To Stay Louisville Ky July 19Abele Den cera Nicholas Salerno and Rafeel ermlnare Italians and members of restores band have taken out natur Illation pagers here I M IONE DROWNED Peculiar Accident T6 Pleasure Steamer on the Kentucky River I Nicholasvllle Ky July 19ono per son was drowned and six others set ously Injured tho result of a peculiar accident on tho Kentucky river at Val ley Vlow The steamer Shamrock was carrying a party of 60 excursionists up the river running at full speed The pilot failed to observe a ropo stretched across tho river from a lag boom owing to the darkness and tho boat crashed Into the hidden line and all on board were hurled from their seats Miss Nancy A Carpenter daughter of H C Carpenter was stand- Ing near tho front end of the boat when the accident occurred Shu was caught by the ropo and swept Into tho river In full velw of others on board She struck the rapidlyrevolving when of the boat and it was supposed hot head was crushed Every effort was mantle to rescue her but she sank from view Tho smokestack was thrown down by tho Impact and fell on George W Hutchlnson superintendent of tho Kentucky River Poplar Co probably fatally Injuring him Five other pas sengers wore struck by flying debris on the deck of tho boat and dangerous ly hurt MOONSHINE BATTLE FATAL Revenue Men and Kentuckians Exchange Shots Near Mayklng Mayklng Ky July 19ln a battle between moonshiners and revenue men headed by Charles ItandalU at Boones Fork near here lien Drown Jr a moonshiner was mortally wound ed Ills thigh was shattered Luted In the night a second engagement followed In which many shots were fired From trails of blood It known that ono or more of the IIIIi shiners were shot though definite can be learned Granvlllo Wallen brother of Will Wallen Moonehlne Bill was arrested after 11 dckpedate chase Six large moon shine outfits were destroyed HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR Two Firemen Were Stricken While Working on the Southern Lexington Ky July 19 Tuesday was the hottest day of tine year In Central Kentucky The mercury reached 89 but the humidity was Intense At night tho thermometers on the street registered 87 degrees There wore two heat prostrations both rail road firemen Hit Haupt of Kings Mountain fireman on Engine No6 arriving here at 3 oclock over the Southern fell at his post and Is In a critical condition at St Josephs hospital and Alex Rose a fireman on the same road was taken from his engine upon reaching Lexington He resides at Iiid low Bert Matters Dead Louisville Ky July 19fled Mas ters who was shot by Bartender Wm Seeboldt In Charles Bursts saloon died at tho city hospital His slayer is In the county jail Masters wanted credit for whisky which was refused and the fatal fight followed T P Curran Dead Bowling Green Ky July 19T P Curran 02 foreman of tho bollermak Ing department of the L N died here of Brlghts disease Ho was a native of Boston and camo here In 1859 He was well known and had been prominent In politics No Relief In Sight At night no relief was In sight and the roll of fatalities must bo neces sarily Increased by many who having thus far withstood the ordeal are so weakened as to leave them more sus ceptible to the continued heat In Now York the suffering was In tense especially In the crowded tenement districts where scarcely a breath of air relieved tho stifling atmospherb Thousands who could afford the boll Jny flocked to the beaches but even In the consequent crowds women and children fainted and men were over come making tho trip from home a doubtful experiment so far as secur- Ing any comfort was concerned Jako Cook keeper of the monkey house at Central park famous as an elephant trainer and the idol of tha children who frequent tho Zoo was among Tuesdays victims Tho other keepers had complained of tho heat and Cook volunteered to help them with their duties overexerted himself was stricken and died Early in tho day tho hot wave Invad ed the stock exchange and Its effect was quickly apparent upon the trad ers Many of the loading operators deserted tho doer and the market became listless and dull SALARY TOO SMALL Twins Came and the Army Officer Will Resign San Francisco July 19Flrst Lleut Frank I Otis of the Fourth cavalry will within a few days submit his res ignation to his troop commander Capt Brown He will state as his reason for leaving the army that be has a wife and five children to care for and he can not support them properly on- t first nontenants pay of 1670 a year Ho may or he may not state that two of his children are twins just 14 days old- residents Camping Out Expedition Oyster Bay N Y July 19Prosl dent Roosevelt with three sons ac companied by a party of cousins and friends left Sagamore lull on their annual camping out expedition The president is camp director and chief cook V TWHILE BATHING + Three Persons Drowned Near Ash land Was Ashland WIs July 19MrtI Rush and daughter of Kansas City and Ed ward Ewing of Cable WIs were drowned In Namakagon lake while bathing They walled out on a sand bar and tho daughter slipped off Into deep water Tho mother went In after her Young Ewing tried to save them and succeeded In getting them upon tho snail bar but thoy slipped into deep water again To Spite His Wife Newcastle Ia July 19To spite his wife with whom ho bad had an exciting dispute George Maxwell a tin worker CO chopped off his loft hand with a hatchet The cutting was so successful that tho hand only hold by the skin The Ticket Came Too Late Lincoln Nob July 19Mrs J B Plckrull died as a result of tho heat Her husband went to his home with a railroad ticket which his wits was to use In traveling to a cooler place and found her dead- Secretary of State Root Washington July 19tilihu Root arrived here from New York and took the oath as secretary of state Ho was somewhat fatigue an the result of his Journey and tho Intense heat BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not liver irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It the organs of digestion in a perfect condition American and farmers keep their herds and flecks healthy by them an 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