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MHHHHH r I 1 BEREA PUBLISHING L E TUPPER Manager RntertH alth Foftoflet at Krral Ay ii11tiiII1ItIIIH t rrna wa miter HII J VOL a copy BEREA MADISON KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1905 One dollars year NO7 IIf IDEAS W I Extinct from or HAilI W MAMA b dry up when they out tliom sulvts off from tlio Kourcu of power Tlio secret of happiness Is tho secret of renewing lliu Mono Tlio dual is pronorvMl inviolate in thu best books It In n great secret to bo liblo to find our work and our fun In tho same f placoWhou Hoinotlilnj hnrd is to bo douu and Homoliody thinks of you your fortuno in made Wo hnro no right lo onjoy tin splendid UtqtiuttH of goniuB and tillcril withQiitknovyjng the lining two of our w FROM THE WIDE WORLD China is willing n trmty on tho immigrant matter Whether tho mob on I It in Hltlor the jwoplu of China on till othnr will approve how over IH n question lalltionltutbreaks ronlinuo to coiiKtitulo tho nuns from ItuMiia vuriiMl by n report of groat tiithiiHiamn ovor tho CzitrB statement ii poncedishonov of her greatuww Japan 0011 till 11011 to eomjwrn llvuly jxiacvablo Iron io IOII of Sakhalin and till report oomaa that tho JllpllllofiO urn moving on in churia with n fortytullo front Tim all Htifwinn Ztttnstvo Congros mot at Moscow notwithstanding the Will maud furbidding it nail arranged for the mooting thin month of sl ne- wAComgrvsst in which ponsnnta from iaoh province anti roprotiontutlvfls of 4 till niimoroiiN Liboml unloiiB will participate The Swedish Kikedag approved tho nijwrl of tho g oolal oommittw upXnlcd by it lo with tho orisin lx tww n Norway Mud Sweden Thin was that n m pumtkm would bd approved that would bo brought about on constitutional lines fN OUR OWN COUNTRY Secretary of Agrioulturo Wilmi will roorganlKo thoroughly the trop HlatUticri buromi of tho Dopartnteut of Agriculture IIouspoutB tocmU n of four moil hi trim liHucb all nportn of omPwl liopliicwl fur till formulation of nijKxU It ill Ixliollt by the uiiUioritUM of Orlouim that they are able to control tho from now on TIll spread JilL dean attuned largely by Iho refusal of many foreign ers lo sahnSit to quarantino Tho Kqultnlilo Lifo Assurance of York still continues Iwforv the publiii This tho fwfimtHHi ia vmiwd by tho Direclora being called upon to explain what did with 2r 0000 borrowed by a Lund own finnyof which Sunator D pow teas tho hound Thin inonby it ki Mid hUH eon returned Sli thoiiKfliid homesteads are being distrhSutitl week = iir Colorado These am from tho opoulug of tho U intali reservation This m olio of- tbulurt groat tracts to bo opened for settlement Jlocli tho wlfo murdorur tins secured another chanco for life through tho pity it is stitch of a rich woman who furnishes money for anothor appeal Ho has hind H fair no ono doubts hln guilt tho 1 sickly Rontiiimntality that provonU jiiBtlco truing dony in u case is n disgnico to womanhood Cardinal Gibbons in an intorviaw iu York last week wild U n flxod evil we iniiHt reckon just aH lung as Iho I pr suit condition of nocioty exists in thin colllltr Whonovor thoro is HII Int1ulgulI1ation of grunt raipitnl or a largo collection of men iutorwled in ono monoymaking concorn thorn in intro to bo corruption But ho is hopeful from tho taut that rolly ittolfIpuiiislnnunt that stars it in tho faro In connection tho words or Cardinal Gibbons it is woll tocoimidor those of SlifiH Ida Tarbull in hor character sketch of Joint D Hocko roller in the current iiumbor of McClnroH Magnino Sho apofogizua for tlo brutality of hor study by saying thatdlr llockofollor is not tho only ono of his kind Ho is l simply tho typo pro eiiIiuunt in tho public mind of tho militant business man of tho tiny Front tho bankers down to tho street vendors wo havo iu operation tho code which ho has worked out BO perfectly and to which ho has given tho sanction of rupugukutfu tuu ntunu 11 jnij MMI r u- dumoralizing to intellectual honoaty has worked its way into ovory activity of lifo whilo withn growing qlumunt of tho country success Is Ito justification of nay practice until no prico is too great to pay for winning I I I1HITHE CITIZEN PEACE HEADQUARTERS r IT IS INCREASING The Number of New Cases of Yellow Fever in New Orleans Tuesday 42 NUMBER OF DEATHS WERE SIX Total number of Cases to Date Arc 810 TuiiJ Death OU and Total Foci to Unto CO One NeV Case Jackson Avenue In the Residence District The Victim Had Recently Returned To the New Orlaono Aug 2 Following Ii tbs iwonl up lo C p m Tuesday New MMr 4IC MMBl eases to date dttha TUMHlay 6 total deaths to due W new tool 4 total fool to date SO The days record shots a continued Improvement so tar ai tho number ot SSW feet Is concerned and with no f noodHry Infection from any of the rslMIng toot the general situation Is regarded at hopeful Tho number of new CMW tho largest yet re putted in a rtnRlo day shows that the tertiary Infection among tho panto stricken people In tho original district Is appearing which was to bo expect ell Ou of tho new caves is on Jack son avenue In the reetdunco district and Ute vleUm tint returned rocently to the city from his summer home on the const I Tlis relations between tho stato of IotiUlana and MlwrtaslppI have reached an nowlo stage and from Indications It will chango from interviews the coHowlmont of oases to a much moro serious matter High Temperature The Increase In the number or Sheaths Tuesday wns not unexpected in view of the temperature that his prevailed the last twq days There was however the usual pro pntuicrance of Italian names In tho list both of new cnsa and deaths which bai chnracteriied the reports since the time the fever was first of tidally announced as existent hero In spite of the Increased mortality tho- JlfAth authorities exhibited no con cern over tho situation contending lust with the accumulation of oases ther must bo expected an Increase In rate of the fever Itt Is still pos sible to trace all the now cases that are appearing to the original focus au- f Instance being that of a case reported on Fourth In a fashionable test I lance district whoro a number of the household occupied a position with a manufacturing concern In thu of tho Infected region and was exposed to attacks by tho mos Mwnwhllo the health author ties and citizens are making arrange meats to give tho results of their ob- servationsI of tho tool outside ot the orlgnnl district An Armed Invasion From Information that has come to hand tlie dignity of tho state of Lou isiana has boon offended by an armed Invasion front tho state and Tuesday morning Gov IJanchard com municated with the captain of tho na val brigade which has n equipped gunboat with a view of having It de spatched to tho borders to protect Lou citizens from further indigni ties Mississippi has five armed boat- pntmlling tho coast to prevent men from brooking through tho quay amine lines Thoso vessels aro also aiwletod by tho United States revenu- cutter Winona The Mississippi boat wilt not allow Louisiana fishermen t oven enter Mississippi east ol St Joo but from reports receiv ed bore it appears that ono of patrol camo Into Dorgno- whjcli Is distinctly Louisiana territory and ono report says it came up to theI mouth of Lake Itorgno canal which extends from the lake to the Missis sippi river Tho schooier Grace of Oulfport and another vessel havo Jylng five mites Inside of Itt IJbnttlflna line most of the time firth week and at oven entrfhg the Hifco lots tho outlet from Pontchar train Into Lake DoraDO and during that Unto had taken IS Lot Mana boats some of them schooners and others tuggera and turned over to the United States revenue cutter Winona and towel to Ship Nand where the crews wore Immured This brinks tho federal government into the muddle Yellow In Montgomery Montgomery Ala Aug was officially announced here that le- on case of yellow fever In Montgom ery The announcement came from tilt lineal of health together with the statement that Is not tho slight est cause for alarm Big Fire In KanM CrtyJ Kansas City Aug ZFtr complete ly destroyed the mill warehouses and elevator ot tho Kansas City Milling Co entailing a loss of 100000 and flour worth f20000 was k il The property was Insured for 02000 Killed and Injured In a Storm Beaumont Tex Aug 2Word has reached hero that ono boy end two boys were killed outright and SO persons wore moro or lose seriously Injured In a heavy windstorm which struck Dossmay La Four Lives Lost Duluth Mlnn Aug 2Four lives wore lost by tho capsizing of a skiff on river near Ingstroms Landing The nahios of the unfortup jUos are Goldie and Everett llohQtiqr and Mrs J M Poguo IN CHICAGO A Number of People Were Injured In the Melee Chicago Aug 2A riot In which sovural hundred peoplo took part oc currod in South Chicago where detectives employed by tho Lake Shore Michigan Southern railroad attempted to Charles It Frane for riding on a train The de tectives In trying to the arrest woro compelled to uso their revolvers and tho crowd retaliated with bricks and stones A number of peoplo were Injured In tho fight Tho mob besieged tho detectives and their prisoner in tho depot and broko many of tho windows In their efforts to get at tho officers A detail of policemen from tho South Chicago station was Insufficient to disperse the mob and additional help was sum maned The crowd was scattered aft ora number ot arrests had been made Franc was finally looked up In the po IIco station REMAINS IDENTIFIED Dead Body Found Near Carml III la That of William Jones Carml 111 Aug 2The dead man who was found In a deserted pasture near hero by a farmer was identified 67Iaround his neck When ho disappear oil had 1600 in cash and a gold watch When tho money was on his person When last seen alive was in a buggy two strange men eWIII Eat Kentucky Turkeys Nashville Ky Aug 2A local com parry shipped to a firm at Portsmouth threemonthsoldebronze turkeys Richardson a themoand Mo turkeys were packed In Ice Tho front the firm states thai the turkeys wore Intended for dinners to bo given tho JapanHussion commlssloncjs II UNEXPECTED MOVE ys- Telr rappers on the Great North Djt Northern Pacific Rail ways Locked Out H TNE ISPUTE RELATES TO WAGES The Orders AfTtct About 1050 Tale graph Ourniiotti and Agents Iu the Two Systems St Paul Minn Aug 2An nogo which havo been pending beaqua the Order of Railway Telo fraptlors and the Northern anti Nort1 era Pacific railways came to n lurtdon and when General Manager Ilorilg of tho Northern Pacific noti fled Oio telegraphers of that system that Bio companys proposition as to the rate of wagon It would pay was final Xlyd thoy could accept It or tho service The Northern officials took practically the toward their em ployM Monday night thus throwing into ponfuslon tho ranks of the tule Kraphcra who hardly expected such a mowsonly chanco of an adjustment of he trouble rests with President J J JII1I who Is In Now York and to which President Porham of tho rail road appealed in n telegram Mr Hill was asked to decide questions that President Perham and Vlco Presldent Newman have been dls cussing with General Managers H J lion of the Northgrn Pacific and F F NorthernIThe points in dispute Mr Perham declares relate to only In the case of both roads Just bow men have refused to consider the terra a offered by the Is uncer lain no definite reports having boon received at the headquarters of either mad 1Pon1Qr4 7M opera to on the Northern ana 1200 on tho Northern Pa cific The Northern Pacific started a lock out of He telegraphers because of a U Ro vote taken on May 27 Strike ictlans wore issued July 5 and- t1o with the voto are still hanging o its hood In spite of tho fact that Itn pi several weeks negotiations the points of differences have been pretty generally cleaned up excepting thu Sunday rule and raise of minimum Tho Sunday rule demanded Is different from any in the United States and would add to tho pay roll of the tele graphers 100000 per year Tho companys rata of pay Is not exceeded but on the hand Is considerably higher than on most of the roads in tho same territory It has granted liberal Increases to Its telegraphers during tho past five years It Is sold ONLY ONE The Carried the Election at Dcanfleld Owcnsboro Ky Aug 2When tho drys In Deanflold finished shouting In the afternoon ovor having carried a option election they discovered that tho town commissioners met ear ly In tho morning and granted a li cense to Forest Huff to sell liquor un til August 1 190G There has never been more ono saloon in the town and temporarily at least tho drys have gained nothing by carry- Ing tho election n y vr +IIHIHH HlII i 1He Pages H HI I I II I I I I I II I I III VII COUNTY toiirnwgo this Cor sand telegraphers local than e +++ IrPlaihaa i1Poat4ntwuwua t n rt July 271 1905 i i k AN OLD SHOT BAG Is neither fireproof nor buglsr proof Our fireproof vault and our absolute burglarproof time Pock safe are at YOUR service free Small accounts are as welcomeas the larger ones tStart a rainYday fundd and iIt ttal i toV fr f Yolrafruiyt Cashier I ++ 0 + + o l 1 3 Youre Invited 5 To pay our store n lengthy call that you may inspect tho KentuckyCOMEgoods are all for sale wo advertise and encourago honTo buying and we dont have tq- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never faillTo make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality will all testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 IOLIVEREverybodysaves money by trading at I WELCHS I orororoyotroro sorororororororororortorfirorororosorfiroraMOroyororosoror o roroeoro oo o se Ito a s 0 o o SPECIAL SALE oo 0 Yo r- AT 0o 0 THE NEW CASH STORE Bereao 1 0- o I o I From July 20 i To August 10 t r 1am overstocked on Clothing and Slices and have decided the- o o wiiy to sell them fast is to sell g cheaper than anyone else Io Come in and see and if we dontw offer you a bargain we will not ask o you to buy respectfullyCo Prop o 0- okotototo oto otoitoitogoato5tokootO o SOi 1111 Sixteen Departments Eight cents Man Now Now never such with with about largo death lance quito sister fully Blona fisher sound Lako tfJofin past 2It there Grain stroy whlto small Swan Edith make Jones found Jones Nosh letter Great stand wages many Great other Drys 1111 Fivo Rililrciw Men tuko deal boat time hay Now liOn City USt large high when street heart dully light these boats times Lake them Fever hero negro other Were RIOT three arrest Vlth pence and Great leave roads affect about about about tJTALGSuMWsfaaAOcihr II 1 Kyi 0 o Bargains in Suitso J 1 1600 Suits for 1100 1200 Suits for 900 o 1000 Suits for 750 Y- t 760 Suits for 500 0 o o Bargains in Shoes o 400 Shoes for325 S 35O Shoes for 290 o 300 Shoes for 240 hi26O Shoes for 215 200 Shoes for 165 o 0- otoRO7to oAoAO oAOgoSloito oitr 51oi1ailoAO7eoSlo 1 THE IMMIGRANT A fooHeh little Immigrant Has eroiKHl the unknown sea And landed on the shore of life I A citizen to be He did not bring a single cent No baggage was revealed Upon what scenes he turned hie back Ills lips are ever sealed He may be homesick who can tellT The tears are In bis eyes No doubt ho finds this foreign shore A land 6t strange surprise Ah foolish little Immigrant What tales were told to you I Did you believe that work was light And gold on bushes grew Good luck to you while you are here And long the time you room You cannot take a dollar back When you go sailing home McLandburjsh Wilson In N Y Tim- esThE NEW SERVANT By 0 B BURGIN a4C 6040Y- UT BEG your pardon t 0 dont apologize std Cyn thia blandly I suppose that your husband wrote the advertisement for a servant Hes a curate Is he not Yees faltered Mrs Patterne That accounts for It Who could possibly be grammatical on the Income of a curate It would be unkind to expect It hymaneOne In search of a place to correct ones hus bands grammar she said Icily Of course If you pni It in that impersonal way one does not It is rather like Ollendor One has told me you wish to purchase the bad bonnet of the good aunty And all that kind of thing ven a curate must have his boots blacked if he wishes to shineat either end She smiled and displayed dazzljfng teeth Dont you t you would be rath er trying as of maldofallwork sug gested timid little Mrs Patterne My dear woman said Cynthia composedly I couldnt possibly be worse lila the average servant You had mucfjljbetter employ me The only n is that I am to have a Jrouple of hours to myself every event for literary work Y uyou wont want tr come Into the rawln room faltered Mrs Pat CYNTHIA terne Dear John likes to be alone with me after his hard days work Cynthia glanced round the room No I dont think I should want to come in here except to dust It And you are content to take your meals In the kitchen More than content Parochial con versation does not interest me In the leastAnd why do you want to be a serv antIr dont think I need go Into that Certainly not If you dont wish to Cynthia felt ashamed I cannot write lately A course of 1kitchen work will brace me up My Jiave a tendency to become mor bid Mrs Patterne was seized with a sud suspicionYou come to write us upI believe that Is the expression like that American girl did to some one a few years ago No I hive not I do not approve of American methods I have been to see a doctor and he says I want a course of bard physical work toto divert my attention from a worry Ive had Now as I cannot afford to take a holiday any other way I propose to take It as a servantI think the cure will be a long one murmured Mrs Patterne gazing at Cynthia with tired eyes Give It up and go back to your friends Cynthia rising to her magnificent height looked down upon the timid shrinking little woman HMy dear youll do she said Suppose we strike u bargain You can call me Cynthia when were by ourselves When the Reverend John pervades the premises I am plain Maria But I cant call you plain Maria It Isnt usual Very well then Only dont be shocked when I address you as Mum If I were to say Madam your husband might smell a rat He is used to smells he never no tices anything Cynthia stopped short and kissed her You really ought to be put in a look But no I will keep my word is this my room T Yees It1t- In a few days she transformed the lit Da house Even that unobservant good man and true Rev John began to notice a dif ference in the house Quito a remarkable dinner tonight Remarkable My appetite seems to be improving as well as yours he confided to his wife one evening as they sat In the drawingroom which somehow looked as If It had a soul to It That reminds me Im thirsty Ill just ring for a glass of water Please dont CynMarlas busy Isnt It na little unusual for a serv ant to be busy when her master wants a glass of water This Is a unusual servant suggested Mrs Patterne I promised her that she should have two hours to herself every livening You promised I Most thoughtles and selfish of her said Rev John In illgnantly You know you are not wel just now I will admonish her and point out that sin of selfishness which doth beset us all Before Mrs Patterns could restrain him he bad entered the kitchen Maria said he firmly be goof enough to bring me a glass of water Oh go away and dont bother said Cynthia Cont you see Im busy- I want a glass of water he persisted with dull obstinacy Then get ti Cynthia put a frcsti sheet of paper Into the typewriter and went on with her work oblivious of hit presenceRev withdrew She Is so kind to you that I thought I thought It best toto temporize he explained to his wife who was Indlg nant with him Sheshe Is a mys teryA heavensent one declared the lit tie wife wearily John dear Im so tired andtrlghtened- With the coming of the baby CynthU redoubled her exertions She seemed to know all about it and as the nurse said the baby took to her This nurse was an opulentlooking Mrs Gamplike sort of person whose prevailing charac teristics were a red nose and a smell cl peppermint Three weeks after the birth of the baby Cynthia ordered her out of the house for she had discovered Mrs Patterns crying herself Into hysterics IIm afraid of her sobbed the poor little woman Im sure she gives baby things to make him sleep Well Ill give him things to make him sleep said the undaunted Cynthia Wholesome things The next afternoon she found Mrs Patterne almost angry wlwth her hus band Because you do such a lot he doesnt realize how overworked you are she said crossly Overworked I Not a bit of It Feel my biceps What is the trouble Cant I put It right- I dont like to Impose upon you Cynthia began to play with the baby Out with It What Is In JJohn has invited a man to dine and nightishouldnt JJohn you such a lot to dot Dont mind In the least One more man doesnt make much difference II it were a woman she would be much more critical I hate to Impose on your good nature Thats all right What shall I get for dinner And who Is the man 1 Panton a young army man who used to read with John He went out to South Africa and has only just landed John Is so fond of him that he wired to him directly he heard the steamer InQuite right too said Cynthia flush Ing a little I haventhad time to seq todays paper Ill have a look at it She went downstairs and picked up the paper Yes Parkworth Pepper ton Panton She gave a little gasp pulled herself together and flew upstairs to get his room ready Stay a weeka montha year till you get over that wound said Rev John with more animation than Cyn thia had ever heard him show Then there came another voice sad thin hollow Thanks old man but I must be off in the morning to look for some one who Mllly said Rev John heres the boy at last Panton youve never met my wife andand the baby Ill fetch him said the proud young mother tripping gay11 away She found Cynthia In the dlning room hand to heart straining her eats for the sound of Pantono voice Is thatrls that the one Mrs Pat terne faltered YeesIsnt your proper place In the kitch en asked Mrs Patterne Icily and Cynthia crushed for once indignantly swept by the ungrateful woman for whom she had done so much She flung herself heartbroken Into a chair And after all their silly misun derstandings they might have come to gether agalnl The pity of It Suddenly she heard Mrs Patternes voiceThis way Capt Panton this way Youll be astonished when you see The door opened and Cynthlal Dick They were In one anothers arms Ill bring the babypresently said Mrs Patterne hastily shutting the kitchen door from the outside Pygmy Marriages Some hitherto unpublished facts about the habits of the African pygmies are contained In a pamphlet just published by Col Harrison who brought from central Africa tho party of little people now In London The pygmies generally marry at the age of eight or nine and the men buy their wives with three or four spears and ten to fifteen arrows according to the market value of the lady They pay by Installments and not until the last arrow Is handed over is the lover allowed to take his bride A man may have as many wives as he can agora to buy The birth of a boy is welcomed but when a girl baby arrives the unfortunate creature Is soundly lashed by the father with a bunch of plantain leavesN Y Sun JOSIAHS GOOD REIGN Sunday School Lesson lor Aug 6 1905 Epecltllr Prepared lor This Paper LESSON TEXT2 Chron UMS Memory verses 1a- OOLDEN TEXTRemember now thy Creator In the days of thy youthEccl 121 TIME Joalah ascended the throne n c639 The critical years In his reign were the eighth twelfth and eighteenth PLACE Jerusalem although the reforms extended throughout Judah and the country that hall been the northern king domSCRIPTURE REFERENCESJoslahs parentage 2 Kings 521 Exaltation of David as a model king V 11 Kings 114 1SJ 51 Kings 142 18J 222 2 Chron SlCompare Josiah slaughter of the heathen priests with Elijahs 1 Kings 1848 and Jehus 2 lings 101115 Compare these events with tho prophecy of 1 Kings 122 Sz Note also 2 Kings Hie18 Compare Joslahs reforms with those of Asa t2 Chron 1117 Jehoshaphat 2 Chron 1719 Joaaa tS Chron Zll10 and llexcklah 2 Chron 291- 1Comment and Suggestive Thought VI Eight years old reign He was under tutors and resents until he reached the age of It yews V 2 Did that which was right No other king of Judah has higher renown for piety and religious zeal David his father David was his ancestor Declined neither left Ho did not turn aside from the straight path into either Idolatry or untempered zeal V 3 Eighth year of his reign It Is very wise Indeed to seek God la youth Each day spent away from Him gives us one day more to repent of and weakens our desire to repent and our power to turn unto righteous ness In the twelfth year As soon as Josiah came of age he began to show that he would be a true king and a great reformer The work how ever could not be done In a day but was carried on throughout his reign V 4 This vers gives a summary of the work carried on throughout Jo slaha reign Baalim Various forms of the god Baal Images Rev Ver Sun Images See 2 Kings 33511 This form of worship like the reverence paid to the heavenly bodies had doubtless been borrowed from Assyria V 5 Burnt the bones altars This would In the opinion of all heathen as well as according to the views of the Jews so dcfllo the altars that they could never again be usedV 6So did he unto Naphtall All these names designate tribes who had belonged to the north ern kingdom That kingdom had been overthrown a century before and moat of its people deported The few who were left In the land were evidently encouraged by Josiah to look to him as their king Read of one Incident In 1 KJngs 131 2 and 2 Kings 231520 With their mattocks See Rev VerV7 When returned to Jerusalem King Josiah personally supervised the matter made a journey through the land and saw that all was done as he had ordered- V 8 When he had purged the land As above described And the house The temple also was cere monially purified ShaphanV This man Is called In the other record the kings scribe V9 They The three officers above named Hllklah the high priest A godly man and ancestor of Ezra Ezra 711 They delivered the money etc It seems quite prob able that money for the work had been collected as In Joashs time 2 Kings 12 by Levite collectors who went among the northern tribes and by the freewill offerings of those who camo to worship at the temple The Levltes that kept the doors The tribe of Levi furnished the priests and all the workers about the temple Some of these very likely had In charge a collection box which stood at the door of the priests court They returned etc Better In Rev Ver V 10 They The officers who had received the money from priests and Levite Put it in the hand Gave it to the overseers of the wbrk to be expended as It wan needed In mending and repairing tho temple Its courts and its furniture V 11 Artificers etc See Rev Ver Carpenters and stonemasons were employed for the work which Is described in 2 Kings as repairing tho breaches This indicated that tho temple had suffered from rough usage as well as from decay V 12 Overseers set It forward The overseers who also were of the tribe of Levi guided tho work We are told In the other rec ord that thoy did the work so faith fuUy that no reckoning was made with them of the money V 13 Scribes This word was primarily used of transcriber of the law but In the present Instance prob ably refers to the clerks who kept an account of the work and the work men Practical Points V 2 It requires only the slightest deviation to mar perfection hence we should beware of tho first misstep Pro 427 V 3 Early youth Is the best Urns tf sock God Prov 817 V 3 We should do all that we can to annihilate the evils which Infest our landRom 1221 V 8 Ho who loves God loves Gods housePs 8410 V 11 There is a place and a work for tech one la the church of Christ L- 1CorlI25 FICTITIOUS FOODNAMES Delusion That Kxlsta In the Terms Applied to Various Ar ticles on Sale George 1C Holmes chief of division of foreign markets bureau of statistics of tho United States department of ag rlculture prepared for tho year book of the department a treatise on the peculiarities of consumers In their systems of marketing and the delusions they allow themselves to be placed un der or blunder into themselves Tho digest has been considered serviceable for reprinting In pamphlet form under the title of Consumers Fancies The pamphlet points out the mistake people of small moans make In always selecting the choice or most expensive cuts of meats when many of the un sought cheaper parts of the animal are equally or even more nutritious It quotes a meat trades journal on recent prices as follows Porterhouse steak 20 cents prime rib 15 cents sirloins 12H cents round S cents rump 7 cents neck pieces about 3 cents per pound respectively It com ments In the following strain Although eplcurlans admit and chemists demonstrate that tho neck piece is toothsome and nutritious It bears the lowest price In fact it would hardly be considered respectable to ask the butcher for a piece of tho neck Perhaps a low order of proficiency In the housewifes cooking in the past gave the neck piece Its low place The story might have been different had the housewife of former times pos sessed the French housewifes ability to utilize meats In the making of at tractive and delicious dishes The point of tho argument Is that cheap cuts are as good as dear when judl clously selected and properly cooked The pamphlet also treats of the do luslon that exists In the terms applied to various subsistence commodities by which their sale is Influenced Note the following The amount of Can ada lamb sold In the United States Is enormous The word Canada has the same magical effect upon lamb prices that the word Philadelphia has upon spring poultry or that of Long Island on fresh eggs These fictions seem to sell the product and the eating public appears to feel satisfied By ticking the word Canada on to his product the butcher Is enabled to get two tints more per pound for It or If he adheres to normal prices his customers think they are getting something un usual for their money In certainly 95 per cent of the cases they are getting plain domestic lamb and about 50 times out of 100 are not getting lamb at all but mere mutton Many other commodities are set forth under their respective deluslv titles with the same unreserved treatment of the deceptions practiced In re gard to them A single Illustration would seem to be all sufficient how ever HYPNOTISM FOR TOBACCO Also Used in the Treatment of Drunkenness and Morphine- Craving Bereznttsky strongly advocates the employment of hypnotism in the treat ment of drunkenness tho morphine and tobacco habits The author argues says the New York Medical Journal that there are no drugs which can bo hoped to cure these habits and that modern medicine has found the most of flclent means of combating them by mental suggestion In connection with alcoholism and the combat against It In various countries be mentions the pro hlbltlon laws existing in some of our states but adds that such laws would be impossible in European countries The governments of the American states which prohibit the sale of liquor rIghtly calculate that the loss In revenue which Is entailed by such laws Is compensated to the state by the Increased healthful ness of the population On tho other hand the government monopoly of the liquor traffic as It exists In some coun tries e g Russia not only does not dl mlnlsh the evil but prevents Its proper control lIe advocates the establish ment of outdoor services where alcoholism can bo treated hypnotically and of sanatorlas etc whore tho worst cases can be confined for n time also under hypnotic treatment As regards the treatment of the tobacco habit ho advises that tobacco be prohibited en tlrely as soon as tho treatment U begun No bad effects result from such o sudden removal of this drug as are noted In the case of opium Hypnotism easily cures the tobacco habit but the eyres are not often permanent as smokers resume the habit more easily than other drug habitues They do not regard this habit as seriously as do morphine eat crs The results of treatment with hyp notlsm in alcoholics have been variously stated at from 20 to 80 per cent oC cures The author thInks that 30 per cent Is the correct estimate and that the high figures given by some observ ers are duo to enthusiasm over a now method of treatment But even 30 percent of cures Is a satisfactory result II alcoholism a condition which so stub bornly resists treatment byI otho means Sure to Break Down Hello where are you walking In such a hurryFellow just stole my auto and wta down this road But surely you dont expect to over take him on foot Sure He forgot to take the repal r kit with him Philadelphia Ledger Not Informed Didnt you advertise no mos qultoes asked the indignant guest Yes answered the summer land lord nut I guess the mosquitoes didn- read the advertisement Wanhlngtoi Stnr t OUR YOUNG PEOPLE iiJ C JII RAGS AND TAGS Che Story of a Stray Dog That Drought Fortune to a Street Waif Despite the tact that Toby was a rag man or rather a ragboy ho was as Contented and merry a lad as any In the world What It his work was dirty and illsmelling Toby hall grown so accustomed to these things that he would have btVk positively lone lomo without them The only thing hat Tobys heart actually longed for was a companion of some sort writes Ilnerva Spencer Handy In Phlladol jhla Press A cat or dog would an ewer provided Toby might bo allowed o sharo the attic where ho lodged with horn lie had of ten hinted of his de ire to Mrs Rood his landlady but drs Reed had nipped his hopes In the ud saying It Is disgraceful enough to lodge uch a dirty boy as you without haY ng a dirty anlmalaround at the same 4met Toby was greatly cast down when tt heard the verdict but not dlscour ged Perhaps some day Mrs Reeds cart would relent or his business night become so prosperous ha could nova Into another lodging where the aadlady has more toleration for the feelings of a rag man One night on coming home from pork Toby had on turning Into the TAOS ROAN TO WALK OX IIIB FORE FEET Pltl1tuldIe of rags and papers was thrown down and Toby was searching for the cause of the whine Again It sounded this time more pleading than at first The sound proceeded from under the grating In a cellar Peering within Toby saw two brightly shining eyes and the shivering body of what he supposed to be a dog although he had never seen a dog that looked In the least like the one before him Toby pried off the grating and In a few min utes had the miserable looking dog in his arms He nestled up to him affectionately licking his preservers face dirt and all Toby decided to adopt him whether Mrs Reed liked It or not Mrs Reed did not like It and hurled such a storm of abuse at the boy and dog that the dog howled As If he had been struck This angered Mrs Rood more and more and she told Toby that he could get out right away Im tired of having you anyway Tho neighbors all look down on mo for lodging tho likes of youat rag- man Tako your rags and dont come around here again Before Toby realized what had hap penod ho was out In tho street home lees and with but a few pennies In his pockets Somehow ho did not fool as friendless as he did before because nettling close to him was the OIUBO of all his troublesthe forlorn friendless dogNover mind old follow Toby said patting his head twos lots more com pany than ono A tow more rags more or lees a day will take care of you and como what may I mean to attach you to me Ill name you Tags for that goes better with rags than any name I know of Well go out into the world together and perhaps you may bring me good luck I need It all right lieN Tags was placed on the ground while toby made a better arrangement for carrying his bundle To Tobys sur prise Tags stood up on his hind logs and waved his paws as It he were try ng to thank Toby for befriending nlm Toby was so pleased ho danced up and down for Joy at which Tags egan to walk on his forefeet Then 10 made a flying leap and turned ound and round like a wheel See ng a clothesline In an adjoining in closure what did Mr Togs do but ump upon that and walk upon It ex ctly as the performing dogs In the Ircus dldl Toby was so excited he did not know what to do lIe real zed that he had found his fortune In the little animal he had befriended He hastened to tho house of a blacksmith t who had been kind to him on various occasions and soon the story of Tags and his cleverness was told Toby was almost afraid that the tricks might have been a dream but the shouts of tho blacksmith and several friends who had assembled to witness Tags triumph proved that Tags was all he had hoped for Whats this on his neck asked the blacksmith pointing to a collar bya but one vastly different from aN seen In that neighborhood Taking it to the light the collar shone like gold and several stones ot different color spelled out the name Fortunatus The blacksmith was a wary man To the remarks of several bystander wht said the collar was gold he laughed at them Notwithstanding ho Invltnil Toby to stay at his house until something better offered and thither the little procession wended Its way It was a question which looked the hap pier Toby or Tags as he trotted along by the side ot his newfound friend The rescue of Tags was the begin nlng of a new life for Toby The collar turned out to bo of gold and of great value Toby took It to the po lice station but no owner over ap poured for it or for Tags The only explanation for Tags appearance was that he bad belonged to some circus and In some mysterlods way had elth er strayed from his owner or bad bees stolen for a Urge reward Toby started In tIll show business traveling through several states and delighting the children everywhere by the antics of the clever Tags Ho made more money than ho had ever dreamed of in the old ragpicking days Later when Tags began to show signs of age and rheumatism Toby Invested his savings with the blacksmith who had always remained his friend When Tags was too old to lit on hit hind legs much less to walk on them he was given a fine couch near the bias Ing forgo ot his two friends There he was always sure of a pat on the head or a dainty morsel from the boy to whom In exchange for meter and pity bo had been a FortunatusH Indeed THE WOOD PUSSY She Is Not Just the Kind of a pet Which the Average Boy or Girl Would Like to Fondle However Like tabby there by the fire tho wood juMiy it gentle and playful 1C you met her In tho path some moon mltakaheryour own pet kitty but I should advise you to follow the custom ot all the forest folk who when they meet the wood pussy always hasten to step aside and give her the whole of tho pathway oven If It U a wide one Well they know that It they should offend her even tho least little bit sho THE WOOD 1UBflr would loosen the drawing stream of her scent bag and then there would Indeed be walling and gnashing of teeth In the forest The wood pussy loves a fat hen as well as Itoynard himself says the Cin cinnati Enquirer and many a visit does she pay to tho farmers chicken coops She IB a proud lady when sho walks up to her doorway under the great rook near the blasted plno trees and calls to her two lusty children to come forth and share tho plump pullet which she lays before them Like Its 11 mother each little pussy wears a great white Yon Its back and sports a broad handsome tall A DOMINO TRICK Can you make one domino support 27 The picture shows how itmay bo done Philadelphia Press Prince Eddie PrlncQ Eddie is familiarly known to his future subjects as a fine manly little chap until now devoted to two things especially his grandfather King Edward VII and mechanical toysthat Is ships locomotives and motors of which he Is said to have the best collection In the world A few months ago however these favor- Ites were discarded and now Prince Eddies only toy his pleasure and pas time la tho new baby for which he hadIwritten Santa Claus It camo a Itontbs late last year for Christmas I Ho has a great sense of his own dig nity and is very fond of gathbrlng a few ot his Intimate playmates and passing frequently in and out of the gates at Marlborough house simply to 1 havo the guards salute him Wash ington Star t HtiHFH11++11 The Farm CBBBVBR MASOK Rdltot lSILASI I I I I II I II I I I I HHHMH The Cabbage Snakel So tho cabbage nunku story has broken out again Well to bo sure We were looking for it but it is a lit tie ahead of tho season ythis your unusual nmoun of Prohuhlrtho to do with It Or may lie tho cabbage snako in the story has grown to such Biro nA- to Ixscomo mixed up with tho sea BerMiit Now sea serpent stories aro Usually duo about tho last of Juno or if the season is cold and backward early in July when the seashore hotels and cottages are well filled up and there I are plenty of people along tho shore to lake nn interest It would apt eer rrom this that the Bcattcrpont of tho stories ton sociable creature or at nny rate fond of n largo audience Now tho cabbage snake of the stories is of a solitary and retiring disporiitlun lurking one here another there in the lonesome truck patchin lit the buck of the IIOIIHU coming in nt the back door instead of walking boldly up tho front steps and ring ing tho hell Tin original of this cabbago snake story was n fake get Iof n young reporter to fill up space IIOWRIutr for items Somebody family had IXHUI sink nn in not un common in days of hot weather and green apples nnd garden truck Homebody said ho thought it was cnbbugu thoy had eaten hurt thom The news hunter hind hit pencil good snit Rhnrp nllliit wits ailall day for uotvs so ho thought u bit of fiction To IIn that Old Man lllnnks three children nnd tho hired girl had cholera morbtis would ho only a small item and common place To blame boiled cabbage for it would not add much but hero the genius of the follow carne to tho stir face the lower of invention Tho Cabbage Snake was tho product of his own invention Ho did his work well Ono part of real sickness nine parts of Invention and the Cab huge Snake Storywas on its way It flew from paper to pnpor and from mouth to mouth Honest owi faced lint Dutch Cabbages that had gained standing anti reputation in tho community by their nonlot in Iwhulf of humanity became nil nt once objects of sus picion nud the well filled crout liar I it had l oen tho pride and con solution of the thrifty housewife was 110 moro trusted the noisome 1 IOOIwhoro fever and agno are sup posed to lurk Cabbage patches in which the owner hind toiled nt early morn nnd dewy ore and whoso solid yea bursting lends had helm viewed with tho prido that comes to honest labor rewarded were now like tho perishing apples of Sodom Thu garden gnto was even thrown ojwn s the dog tied up nudword sent out that if thoro reinnin d any who dar ed eat cabbage that they might coma and carry these off nt their pleasure and of course at their own risk Undo Samn Department of Agri culture alert when any fell disease or insect threatens the farmers crop took the matter up speedily got to thu bottom of tho fake story and published the correction But the fake cabbage snake proved to belong to the racer family Like moat other lies it could travel faster Ihairtho truth could overtake it and r o it arrived iu Berea a week ago AH I said n little ahead of the season This time n very excellent lady found u what she thought to bo ono of the lead cabbage snakes in tho form of IIIIslender white threat between the cabbage leaves and n careful examin ation with n microscope proved it to bo only n stray grass or sedge roots that hud grown iu there Of course the story of tho cabbage snake tiles hard like Paddys snake that he kept on beating because its c1t1rlngtlmtthnr till it wan dead and sinsibio av it Let us hojMi that this Burea discovery is the lust wiggle of tho Cabbage Snakes tail storybybegin in tho Citizen next week Dri and I is a story bf tho war of 1812 and Its scene is laid in northern Now York and France It will bo of special Interest to those who are studying tho early history of our country While it can hardly bo called historical iu tho broadest sense it Is founded on n tradition of tho North Country that tho young Dauphin of Franco escaped during the Reign of Terror nnd found n homo iu America U It is pretty conceit anyway that tho royal blood of Franco camming to nothing iu Europe became incorpor uteri in the life of the Now World The Citizen will prove to bo a yourfamilywit it Subscribo today and try it I r Humor enD PhilosophyB- y DUNCAN M SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS Hvory girl feels Iu tier secret heart tmt the world inlnswl a trutot when she tlocWwl nut to gar on the stage Somu thou HO to war hoonuM It In more iioqcofnl than staying at homo The trouble about bolng sorry Is Unit It Oowut seem to do tho lonst bit of goodA thing that wo Ituto regarded as nut of much ivnluo riots swiftly In our ea tlmutlon as soon us sonic ono silO bankers attar ft vvJSummer would bo n much pious anger season nil round If It could attunes restrain IU enthusiasm The only good thing about a menu ninu U the tact that lio will the some timer When a girl meotff her Ideal she should ho carofnl set to got too woll acquaint ed with him Wuon you look for trouble with blood In your eye trouble IH apt to tako the hint aye tllsiippuar Fishing would bo more enjoyable It It wore not such haul work to beoouio acquainted with tho Oh A mina trying to is runny M ono of Uio sal sights of tko rartk Dont expect a girlwho has nnror washed dtalUM to lx evjreit at the Iltt l OCt Of OY IM a curt Iff Hit Long Suit He tUdftt bike low Mi wood It made Mm lrk lo MM At 4sa bard work Ise WKMII nedAt Uht of It he sad nut wha It MOM to te4ling how A heal jOlt BhouW bo lone Tboa bo with fOITICIl i brow Could outcbbte any ON lie eMMBt hear to butt hit wife deqWhen wro rife Then Itod got Tip and char It ploMod lilMMt to har a MM Complain about bIB owl So hed cat tip Md skip whoa wild And hap ry WM ks brood I It seemed to taka bus tIMe and strength To IWrur out just hew Tie naitoiw of the earth at length Would hoop UM cploDdU prow etpevroigntal0iAnd at thee proWomt tw was treatouch things could ho perform Hot air just seamed to spout from him As aa dowi from a Jet lie J talc val the scats voro dim AjU see nal croon had Mt At labor be was nothing worth In filet A falluro nat At tefltteg bo could but the earth JlQ WM a i oaoti at that Hat Practice Woman could till any position ln- tInll eau It she just had tho coal Still Homo of Uio heavier work tike MncksniltliiiiK might be too much for bar I dont know Many of the women I have known wuro cxpcrt vlth their hammers Made a Dilferencel journeyed through a tun nelTwas dark as dark coMld bo- Ho didnt try to kiss the girl For they were married BOOT Not Reversible A man should never go vfhero ho cannot tnko his wife limn n woman should never go where slio caiuiobtako her husband I Quito right Hut would you bar her from bar gain counters She couldnt drag him there Mauds Plan Maud Mutter on a summers day naked the meadow sweet with hay And as r ho naked she mldt Oh tUl1pl I wish tIt I could catch a judge For then Id throw the rake away And tell the judge to buy his hay lout no judge came to boot tho plan And 10 she wed tliA hired man Lucky Accident A chance remark brought her n for tUlle What wero tho musical words Olislio Just happened to pay Yes when Uio young inlllloimlro naiad her to marry hltn Tile Surest Way- I wish I know how to get a living without working Ever try Inheriting money Playing Safe Spook gently U Is better far For whoa the words are said You will not have so good a chance To draw a busted head Gives Him uPain Is It T5o bad for a boys health to smoke clgurettes7 qt Is It L mother catches him at it I I++I +IIII+HHI+ IBereaTeachers II Club IOKr = lt = HzIIHIHI+4HtiI An Everyday Secret tlio country teacher hUH no luck of material to use in studying mature Ask your pupils BOIIIO afternoon to ouch briny n bean pot or two with Anyleiuti Rrownhutduring the lily have all brooks put up anti toll the children that you will holp thorn find out something new nlxMit heaps for though they eat beans so often they probably have never soon what you will show them Give out the pods one to each child if you hate enough and then nsk thorn to take n pin or knife and split it carefully up the hack Y01l8hOlllil always have a paper of pins on the desk anyway so you con supply thoHo who need them Thou have each pod carefully pprund open so that the row of beans chin ho sQUn cane note how each one is fastened to tho string along the bagk of the pod and surrounded separuteRittell them that the string is a bundle of very steal tubes so small that the point of tit finest needle would not miter thorn which run down the stem of the plant and into tho root from which they bring the rood upon which the beau grows Now you are to takeout one of the beaus and oxnntiuoit With the knife or pin slit tho ekin of the bean bogin niug with tho scar where it broke from tho pod and running around tho edge youlinttho bean with u little white point projecting from between them near ono one Noxt very carefully separate tho two halves and see what lion between plantThorowith what is to grow into the root pushing out from between tho halves on ono end and on tho other two Perfect little IXHIII leaves folded together ready for tho long winters sleep If you have n pocket lung nlfying glass you can see tho veins of tho leaf just as they will be in tho big loaf next summer I This is tho great secret The Ixxiii plant never dies For hun dreds of years thousands of years yes from tho time when lie first beau grow the sane life has been going on and on and it will go on so- long as there are beaus in the world This fall tho bean stalk dies but in each Ixjiln there in u little plant coniOsed of root stem and leaves which does not die but only rods ready to grow when air warmth and moisture are given it next spring There have we not found ono of i natures secrets which we had never guessed before though it was so easy to find Out Every child should be bettor more thoughtful more anxious to learn of other wonders from these four minutes spent in finding out this little everyday secret of nature Teachers Club News A paragraph got misplaced iu tho last issue The statement The writer will bo glad to hull you make a selection if you will mention tho mutter to him when you send in your next letter referred to buying books and should have followed the statement in regard to that mutter Vows does not come m fast enough Every club member should try to write a littjo news each mouth At least let ovary ono write some time during the fall If this column is interesting you must help make it 60 The Club Pins will bo sent out as soon as possible There has been a delay in getting then Miss Lula Woodward is teaching at Whitman Whitloy County She is enjoying tho work and will bo in Boron next winter Mr Leslie Hoggof Leslie County became a member of tho Club last week Ho was a student hero last year Let more of the students of former years renew their interest in Berets by doiug us ho d- idMothers RI Ear A WORD IH MOTHERS SARI WHEN J HUKoma AN INFANT AND in TNS MONTHS THAT COMM OffOHS THAT 1 TIME SCOTTS EMULSION BUPPUHa TNt tXTRA BTHtNOTH AM- OnouHiaHMtHr BO NfCmBBAitr FOR I THC HALTH Of BOTH MOTHER ANO CHILDSend lot free urapleI SCOTT A BOWNE j A HI Pearl Street ChemlltsIJoC aDd 1 1 oo I aU r s 110 r h 1iisc TualIb GIraa Mummy pcoplo enjoy coffeegas It Is mode by the Turks process Is pluiplc though It requires special ap pllaucesa hand mill to grind the cot fee to a powder aunt a boiler of copper says the New York Journal Of any good quality pure coffee freshly roasted and passel through the hand mil take a heaped tcuapoonful for each ctij and add tbs stttiio quantity of castor sugar Put togttlior lute tho bode with cold water and heat over a dellr fire or spirit lamp till the mixture bolls being careful to avoid boiling over Whojj tho froth rises remove from the source of heat tap the boiler gently till the froth settles and boll up again He peat and after the third rising of tbc froth pour briskly Into the cup or cups HIIW In 11nlClalll lloulllon III making n clam bouillon chop fine two cupfuls of clams and put In thi saucepan with half n cupful of hot wa ter Scald and skim and then add one and n half cupfuls of hot winter n tablespoonful of chopped celery a 11t- Hwhite pepper mud n tablespoonful of minced parsley hiring to a boll Strain anti serve In cups with whipped cream on top How In IliIre Awny Ilnuin Vile To drive away the common housefly prepare the following mixture One half tablespoonful of black pep per one teaspoonful of brown sugar one teaspoonful of create Place th mixture on n plate and set It In the room 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PUBLSHINC CO L O Hlnmnn Man ger OEREA KENTUCKY I 10051 AUGUST 11005 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT D I 2 3 4 5 678 9 101112 13141516171819 20212223442520 2728293031 There were 22216673 bushels of grain exported from the gulf ports during the five months ended May 31 1905 The grain exports from the Atlantic ports for the five months ended May 81 1905 amounted to 38724983 bushels While Germany has 6500000 women who earn their own living Italy with only onehalf the population has 5250000 A statuette of Isls declared to be of ancient Egyptian origin has been found burled under the foundations of the Paris Bastlle Leonldas Leon ell of Undlna Italy has tho largest Dante library In the world It comprises moro than threo thousand publications of all languages relating to the poet Mrs Isabel Strong and Mrs Frank j Norris the authoress are spending tho summer In California occupying the Robert Louis Stevenson cottage on tho hills bordering the Santa Clara valley Swine the most numerous of all domestic animals In the Philippine Islands as shown In the census re ports of those islands are found In every province and island of the archipelago The New Hampshire state board oft health has recently Issued a sanitary bulletin containing the results of analysis made of foodstuffs sold in that state Out of 363 articles pur chased consisting of canned goods baking powders meat products spices jellies jams etc more than 45 per cent were found to contain adultera tions Of the 32 samples of canned fruits jellies and jams examined 29 or 91 per cent wore found to bo fa this degree defective The railroads of the United States require 620000000 wooden crosstles and every year 100000000 new ties must be cut This strips annually 200000 acres of perfectly wooded a ground it actually scats many times J that area With the tremendous de mands of tho paper makers the rain Jug engineers the builders and a thou notto go further and further away from their lines to got their tics In vain have they tried to substitute metaL f Tho Pugent Sound navy yard located at Bremerton Wash is rapidly becoming the nations most Important naval base owing to the increase of international interest in the Far r East and to its being the nearest station to the Philippines Futhermore the authorities havo recently made public the result of a preliminary sur vey which developed the fact that Uncle Sam can start a fleet of warships from Puget Sound for the sphere the present RussoJapaneso war and 1of them every night In an Americani until they reach the east toast of Asia just north of Japan Sea Island cotton is the best kind 1 It is finer and silkier than any other 1cotton in the world A pound of it can be spun into 4770 miles of thread For an experiment once in the English town of Manchester a skilled spinner t spun a pound of Sea Island cotton Into a single thread 1000 miles long Then for another experiment he took another pound of cotton and spun it into as many hanks as he could get He got 10000 honks in all and the yarn in each of them measured 840 yards Thus out of a pound of cotton 4770 miles of yarn was produced but too fine to be of any practical utility Although a majority of the mon in this country have three names an unusual proportion of those who attain Mo eminence in public life have only two Take the recent cabinet changes as an t illustration Paul Morton resigned John Hay died and Elihu Root is to JOo turn to the cabinet No middle name in any of these cases Of 25 men who have held the office of president only seven have had more than two names Of tho 2fi vice presidents 13 have bad two names and 13 have had three i The United States supremo court bRa bad eight chief justices four with two names four with three Never before in the history of this I land has nature opened her cornuco J pia more generously and poured out greater plenty The west has a red ord breaking wheat crop that is tax ing her labor to the fullest to harvest And it takes lose of it to make a bar Tel ot flour than in previous years The south has a food cotton crop coming on and tho growers are talk ing tencent cotton and prosperity The corn crop of the country prom ises to be 300000000 bushels larger than ever before and worth something Ilka 11640000000 to the farmers P SCENES IN RURAL FRANCE Ideal Spot for the Home of Love hut Young Folks Have Departed It would be difficult to find a more suitable background for love making than the rural landscape of central France affords Earth and sky combine their beauties to form a rustic paradise In June nature wanders down the fer tile river valleys like a lovely princess who is crowned with flowers and goes her way carelessly yet nobly veiled softly In a rosy mist Whether you follow the high road or the meadow path presently you find yourself lost in a veritable tanglewood of sound and sense Above the other bird notes which thrill the air the cuckoos call sounds clear the cricket chirps a home song at your feet and In the neighboring clump of trees a wood pecker whistles for rain To the right the river at this point In its course no more than a creek winds gracefully between sweet meadows or under willow branches further down where it widens out just beyond the small arched bridge there is an old mill and a washhouse standing in the stream To tho right at a distance tho hilltops are outlined against a summer sky and ahead are upland which seem to touch the lightly floating clouds Yet youth Is absent from every corner of the scene and without youth you can not have romance In the wide fields where poppies flame In the waving grass and where bullets nod lightly mid the ripening grain you see only odd people working bending their backs wear- Ily beneath a double weight of toll and years For all the young men are serving In the army And the girls have gone to Paris or to some other lesser city nearer by not to earn a living merely but also if pos sible to earn a dot You cannot help feeling that it Is a pity that strangers only wuo are rarely In a picturesquely sentimental mood have a chance to enjoy the attractive lovers nooks that in this neighborhood abound the while the rightful owners are far away plodding through the prose of life In the village customs hereabout however a trace of the poetry of the country life of former days remains In the crowning of the Roslere which takes place In early June This is the occasion when the most virtuous maiden of the parish receives a rose In acknowledgment of her goodness and receives likewise a dowry which has been provided either by the cure or by some kindhearted aristocrat ot the countrysideThe of the Roslere Is always a charming festival even though the rustic queen of virtue who has been chosen Is homely and utterly without grace of manner which Is usually true of course else she would not be so surpassingly good Dressed all In white she goes through the streets on the mayors arm followed by a procession of whiterobed maidens bearing gar lands of flowers With appropriate ceremony the mayor presents to her the crown of roses the dowry which has been pro vided and possibly a little gift of his own as a souvenir of the occasion Sometimes the festival ends in a wed ding and theRoalere becomes the happy bride of some rustic suitor who appreciated her virtues even before they won her adot MAKING FIRECRACKERS Laborious Methods Employed by tha Chines and Low PrIce When I was In China I used to see them made S said C M Vest of Minne apolis The firecracker has been in nse there a few thousand years Few people outside of China know the method of manufacture The straw paper Is first rolled by hand around an iron rod which varies in size according to the size of the cracker to be made To complete the rolling a rude machine is used This consists of two uprights supporting an axis from which Is suspended by two arms a heavy piece of wood slightly convex on the lower side There is just room between this swinging block and the top of the table to place the cracker As each layer of paper Is put on by hand the cracker is placed upon the table and the suspended weight is drawn over the roll thus tightening it until no more can be passed under the weight For the small er whip cracker the workman uses for compression Instead of this machine a heavy piece of wood fitted with handle like that of a carpenters plane In fill ing crackers 200 or 300 are tied together In a bunch Red clay Is spread over end of each cracker with a punch While the clay is being tamped In a little water Is sprayed on it which makes it pack closer The powder is poured in the other end of the cracker With the aid of an awl the edge of the paper Is turned in at the upper end ot the crack er and the fuse is Inserted through this That is the way the Chinese make them In China they can be purchased ata cost of 62 cents for 10000 although the best quality commands twice that price Gypsies on theSea In the archipelago off Stergul oft the coast of Lower Burma Asia live the sea gypsies Instead of carts they own covered boats in which with their families dogs cats chickens and pets they float about on the sea and wander from Island to Island Dy day they fish or harpoon turtle or dive for oysters But every night they put back to the shore If the weather Is bad at sea they land with their dogs and then poach catching porcupines squirrels armadllloes hog deer and tho like oi which they make savory stews aa American gypsies do Chicago Journal I Ali OInrpnratinlt 1rchhrp- fntl 11r NhintBy JUDGE PETER S GROSSCUP United State Circuit Court Chicago The great corporate problem before the Ameri can people is not how to wipe out the new domain of property represented by the corporation nor how to hinder or hhmper it nor how to take it over into na tional proprietorship nor simply how to make those who have already come into its proprietorship deal fairly and benignantly with the people as the great proprietors in the monarchies of Europe might beI required to deal fairly with their peoples The great problem that confronts the statesman ship of his day like that which confronted the states manship that had to deal with the public landed domain is how to peopleizc the ownership of this new domain how to widen and deepen the popular stake in this new possession how to sweep forward into the age that is to come losing nothing overboard from the age that is passing but with everything aboard so really rc publicanizcd that in the public mind there will be no feeling that under I our laws and under the practical opportunities for an individual career that our laws are supposed to furnish the field is not open to all alike It is not the appetite of the men and women of America for food that creates our problem It is not their wish for entertainment or change What creates our problem is that under present corporate policies the instinct of independent manhood the instinct that characterizes us as a people folds no field for exercise And what confronts us is to find away i that will with reasonable security open to this instinct the whole domain of industrial proprietorship When the deeper judgment of the nation is reached when the vested interests of this country come to see that their greatest security lies in having all about them neighboring vested interestsa proprietorship that reaches out and out until carrying reasonable security it is within the reach of all when the men who toil for wages without abating their 1 appreciation of their present protective agencies come to actually wish for an individual share in the countrys property when the country i wakes up to the consciousness that benevolence is not the only thing that is human that just dealing is not the only thing that is human but that individual ambition to get on in life is human also that the wish foY a career is human that individual independence is human that some share in the worlds inheritance from natureis human when the spirit that inspired the preemption and homestead laws peoplcizing the domain that fell to our fathers revives in us dealing as we have to do with the larger and more difficult domain that has fallen to us when the public mind and heart have been lighted up ways will be found abundant ways to infuse into this new property domain of the republic even though embodied in corporate form the widespread personal interest and individuality that alone gives to property its fullest utility as an agnecy for good and alone saves to private property its place as one of the republican institutions of the country i t1- Wt11ttt1i f tn a Nam By CHARLES W LAMB Whats in a name is an old saw that has been overworked these decades and stillwhen we look at it in the light of research there is a good def in a name after all There is more prejudice in this life than anything else whether we call it fancy prejudice or something else and it is one of the most prominent characteristics our being This exists in regard to names as well as to other things Most of us remember Mark Twains admis sion that whenever he found a man named Spriggins Wiggins Higgins or names that rhyme with them he felt an instant desire to call the bearer an enemy But it is not prejudice of that nature that we feel in names We frequently look on the Percys the Claudes and the Clarences as weak lings and sissieswhich they arc not all by any meansand we arc as apt to look on the Johns and Toms as men of strength And in that in a vast number of cases we arc likewise wrong Frank and Harry we think of as boys and John James and William seem so dignified that we make them Jack Jim and Dillif they happen to be the Jack Jim ahd Bill sortwhich means hearts in the right placefor names are apt to be remade to fit the character as character is by the force of prejudice given an imagined color by a name Among the feminine names we find the same prejudices and su perstitions Bess is invariably looked upon as a tomboywhich means life happiness and goodheartednesswhile if Bess be dignified and wom anly we call her Elizabeth In Dorothy we look for something sweet quaintly oldfashioned rather small ofstature while dark hair and large dark eyes seem to fit the name And iia girl twists the honored if much abused name of Mary into Mayme or Mae we think of her as ashamed of her parents ls we do a man who spells Smith Smyth In surnames there is a great deal in the advertising valueand fame is merely a phase of successful advertising The man who leaves his son a two qr three syllable name is nine times out of ten leaving him a better legacy than if he left him a name with a single short sound for a single syllable is too short stands too muchalone and too easily slips over the tongue without impressing the mindand the mind like the muscles needs a little work for its proper development Take it in literature it is the three syllable name that reaches prominence before the two and the two turns the charmed corner in advance of the one with the chances that the diminutive racer for the smiles of a mistress as fickle as Fortune her muchwooed sister has done vastly greater homage and laid a larger number of wilted collars at her feet Have you ever noticed that the greater number of authors who jump into fame from the portals of a publishing house either have long names or ones so Coupled with peculiar appellations that they form a striking combination that is an eye catcher an advertisement of itself And this is not only true in literature I have frequently heard young professional men with SmidtJonesBrown sort of names sigh for a Chauncey de Chamondcley style of cognomen that would distin guish them from the crowd and do their advertising for them Would John Wanamaker have had so great success with a name that carried no advertising And do Chicago people ever think of Fields withoul the longer prefix Marshal And again would Chicago Milwaukee Itew York or Philadelphia have come to their greatness on short and easily forgotten names or Oshkosh have received such attention from the joke ntith under her maiden name of Athens CHINESE NEVER WHISTLE Story of American SnakeCharnlrk May Explain Celestial Su perstition Did you over bear a Chinaman whistleIts than 10 to 1 that you never did and about tho sonic odds that you never paused to wonder why No matter how brightly the sun shines or how the hop market fluctuates tho celestial never whistles a note says tho Butte MinerHop Leo Sing a member of Buttes Chinese colony when asked to explain tho phenomenon told the following storyMany years ago a snake charmer wont to China from this country tie charmed the reptiles and compelled them to go to sleep by a peculiar whistle The simple Chinese had never before witnessed such a wonderful perform ance and looked upon the stranger with aweOne day a pretty Chinese girl left her houseboat homo and ran away with tho snake charmer The orientals believed that tho American had captivated the girl with his whistle In the same manner that ho charmed the reptiles After a long search the foreigner and his bride wore found The man was locked up and the girl restored to her folks Ho was ordorod to be killed Tho next morning when the execu tioners came to the prison their captive had escaped The jailer was lying lu a stupor near by and the Chinamen Im mediately decided that ho was a victim of tho mysterious whistle Within a short tlmo the snako charmer was recaptured and again sentenced to death Three guards were placed over him to prevent a second escape All night long the American sat In his wooden cage and comforted himself by whistling songs of his native land Just before dawn he closed his eyes and whispered a prayer With a brisk step ho walked out the next morning to moot his fate whistling as he went As ho wax about to kneel before the executioner a whistle sounded In the harbor and a moment later an American gunboat steamed In The Chinamen were dumfounded at the unusual sight and thought that the snake charmer must bo an agent of the devil the whistle they believed was his method of communicating with boll Shortly afterward there was a putt of smoke and a shell whistled over the heads of the celestials exploding In a joMhouao near by The temple war de strayed and two prints killed This was enough The executioners fled and the snake charmer mane his way safely to the gunboat and escaped Shortly afterward the emperor dells anyChinamanOf course American Chinks dont place any faith In the power of a whittle but the average celestial would just about aa soon cutoff his queue as Indulge pastimeTheyluck ABOUT JOHNSON GRASS When It Was Introduced in Louisiana It Soon Became a Puzzling Problem It la not given to many countries to boast that Its soil Is too fertile and that plants transferred to it bloom and grow with too great luxuriance This however Is the case In Louisiana says the New Orleans Tlmcs Democrat where nearly everything flourishes better than it doca anywhere else even In Its native soil It will be remembered how a few years ago a gentleman of this state pleased by an aquatc plant bearing a beautiful purple blossom which ho saw In Honduras brought the water hyacinth to Louisiana He throw a few bulbs Into a tub in his back yard but the hyacinth which grew slowly In Central America Its original home spread GO rapidly in Louisiana that It soon became a great peat tilling our lakes and streams Interfering with navigation with lugging fishing and a hundred other Industries Still later an enterprising planter of East Carroll parish who had found cotton not profitable determined to convert his plantation Into a cattlo ranch Ho had heard of Johnson grass as affording excellent grazing in the weat and ho bought a quantity of It and planted it on his Louisiana place It did well bettor than anticipated better than desired The Johnson grass encouraged by the rich alluvial lands of East Carroll to a growth It had never known In the west spread with great rapidity over tho entire planta lion and to neighboring plantations and one ot the leading agrlcullural problems In Louisiana and west over since has been bow to get rid of It When the Inoreaslng price of cotton led the Introducer of Johnson grass to try and change his crop to cot tn he sot to work tp extirpate tho grass but his efforts were entirely un successful A sturdy fight against it has been kept up ever since with only moderate success Shrewd Move Mrs FoxKJreat newal George la en gaged to Miss Roxley Mr FoxWhat Our son engaged to Miss Roxley I must objects Nonsense Are you out of your mindNot at all but If we dont kick a little the Roxleya will think we dont amount to much and theyll probably call it all offCatholic Standard and Times TeaDr John H Clarke a London pby alclan says The great majority of mankind are slaves to ODe or more poi sons Of these habits the tea habit le- one of the most subtle Insinuating and injurious A LIFEROPE 4 Knowing Somebody Believes You and That Keeping Straight Means Something to Another t1T1 1 met a man the other day said a iy woUknown had td long thought dead1t tPoor drunken fool a passerby had said of him as ho lay In tho sun by the roadside Ho wont live a month rt Last week I saw him strong and cleareyed a splendid specimen ofk t manhood Ho too hail hoard that ver dirt pronounced upon him Tho words stung Ho could not got them out of qktohabit of going home but sho was wait lug for him just tho lIamehDid you ever think of tho waiting women all over the world The snored vigils of the loving longing hearts ot mothers and wives of sisters and ypiaearthj Tune mans mother was waiting foruhim and welcomed hfm aa only n mother knows how She made him a cup of hot coffee and told him ot littlo happonluga in the neighborhood Mother he said suddenly It you will help me Ill never drink another droplie heard her on her knees all that night and many a night afterward They were very poor anti he had diffi culty Inporauadlng anyone who knew Theiratdollarnight with a neighbors little children olderdaughter4 trustthornsaid frankly but remember Ill li praying for you all every minute Imrraway nnd dont let the fires RO down Well If Mrs Cobs mn trust hint neighborsaidteam and he may aa well have that bit prettyIACerkeepaway forYeArs mewhonightsshehome I toll you doctor pledgestrongerthan just knowing that eomobody believes straightmeans keepyourYouthCompanion ITEMS OF INTEREST The constitution of the now republic of Panama Includes common drunkards t among those who are not entitled to vote t lrevlvnllnjbreworlesAced X 2000 a year liIlast glass odelLr reller fyou wash L r smartah you you think youd knowd Id be drunk f I took she flrsht slash Houston Poet temperance has mademarkehprogress In Denmark during the last quarter of a century There are now about 120000 members of tem peranco societies In that country and tho Danish congress appropriates an nually a large aura to further the move ment thattemperanco tlawl8snoll betothey prove the lawless persistence ol liquortracinterests are hard to enforce Ameri can Issue I totheatthe I at all will be drunk In this country In six years time This fact appears In the board of trade returns showing the t consumption + figures aro aa follows Total clearance of wine for home consumption 1903 IG348230 gallons 1903 13340131 1904 111990000 IAstTennessee originally passed in 1877 and amended In 1887 saloons ware driven entirely out of tho country dill strict Under the act of 1899 extend ing the provisions of tho fourmile law to towns of 2000 Inhabitants they were driven out of 28 towns In which they then existed Since the passageyof the Adams law In 1903 been driven out of 40 other towns bay Ing them now In only 17 cities and towns in the state eight over 5000 Inthabitants which do not come provisions of the law and nine under 6000 which have not yt taken advari tags of Itand leaving theta Ia only 12 counties out of the ItS a 7pSUCCESSWIai BROILERS- The Story of How One Poultry Raiser of New Jersey Manages the Business Formerly I lived on a farm where I always had a good many chickens and some years It was only this poultry that carried mo through said Albert Heritage of Gloucester county N Jlnspeaking of his experience In growing broiler chickens Four years ago Isold the farm bought five acres near the station anil went Into the chicken bust dose exclusively I am well satisfied With the results I have made a larger net profit than most farmers do and with very much less work I do all my own work and am not troubled with hired help Mr Heritage has a neat home and the general aspect of the place shows thrift and comfort Besides the house and barn there are three largo brooder largobuildingtot of outdoor lamp brooders Tho Incubator house Is built inside and out of matched lumber and a very even temperature Is maintained The brooder houses IUD substantially built heavily framed with walla and roofs of matched boards The roof Is paper covered The back wall Is seven and the front four feet high The roof Is tbroo quarter span with the long slops to the front Windows two foot square ire set In the front wall four foot from center each window lighting a pen SIM accompanying outline of brooder house The pens are 4x10 feet with a hover two feet wide In the rear Between the hay ers and the back wall a fcurfoot walk extends the length of the house The building Is heated with a hot water furnace In an open cellar at one w end The hot water goes out through J tour runs of oneInch pipes pawing I through the top of the hovers and ro turns through three pipes beneath the bottom thus warming the floor The total met of the building Including fur I Imice and piping Is about 14 a running TUB DHOODEH HOUHE toot a house 75 feet long mating about 1300 About 150 fowls are kept for winter lading and Mr Heritage Iota his own tgga and keeps some hlo own hatch belt For broilers be prefers a Light Brahma crossed with White Wyandot orvWhlto Plymouth neck but a cross of Brahma and White Leghorn gives so many more eggs that ho uses thin somewhat Tho Brahma makes a large plump broiler but later In life become leggy and scrawny Ho soils all his fowls in March and raises a new sot of Juliets evey spring Droller chicks are hatched In Incuba batchlngtof the eggs hatch Chicks are taken t from the Incubator when all are hatched e and put In shallow boxes warmly ClOy ti eyed with cloth and plaeod beside the I kitchen lire for about 24 hours before 1 going Into tho brooder house Tho borers for young chicks are kept at 80 degrees Chicks are transferred when a month old to a house where tho hover temperature is 75 degrees The torn V poraturo is governed by a hot water thermometer connected with the fur naee the Ore being controlled by the ex pailon of the water By this device tbel temperature is solf regulating and an even heat li maintained at all times iridrHerllage says it is absolutely Impossible to keep an even temperature without a thermometer Hovers are cleaned dally through n inchrtom The house Is thoroughly vontllat ed by lifting the windows both night and day The degree of ventilation de ponds on the weather but even In the coldest winter weather one window or more Is opened a little to give a circula tion of air The bouse la thus keptsweet at all times- Sunshine Is an Important factor in growing chickens and this whenever weather permits should be direct and not through a gus window Chickens run out Into outside pens 4x18 toot in fair weather These pens are separat ed by a twofoot wire and when chicks areOld enough to fly over It the wire U taken Aown and they have the run of apiece of crimson clover They are fed Inside the brooder pens and at feeding time rush Into the nearest pen Broilers are marketed when 12 weeks old and then weigh four pounds a pair In early winter some are killed as squabs at six weeks old but squabs are not so profitable as broilers are later In the winter The average price of broil ers lost winter was 48 cents a pound cash at the station The total cost was 46 cents each or 23 cents a pound Away with the Mongrel Fowl The mongrel fowl should be given no place either on the farm or the city Jot t1 It costs just as much to feed and care- st for a mongrel as a purebred and tho profits aro nowhere near so grout to say l nothing of the pleasure derived from a nice uniform flock of fowlsCommer clalPoultry Average COlt of an Egg It Is doubtful If any person can state the actual average cost of an egg but Jt Is an easy matter to learn It the pro f ductlon pt eggs ls equivalent to the value 1I Hood given A SANITARY FOWL FEEDER How an Old Cask May De Utilized as a Trough for the Paul try Yard In n poultry run whore many fowls are kept an easy method of equally dia tributlng food and at the same time pro serving any surplus quantity In a whole some condition may readily be adopted at little cost Take a disused cask says a poultry writer In the Quecnslandcr of Australia and cut It In two across the bunghole or a wooden pall will do With pencil and rule draw a mark around tho tub live Inches from the bot tom and then with a pair of compossei spaco around the mark dividing It Into the number of sections required as Ic Fig 1 Take a oneInch or 1inch bland bore holes at ovary bottom point Remove tbo top hoop and with a tine Incut out the wood as Indicated In FigI t Smooth the edges with a knife and tho feeder is ready for use It there an- a dozen spaces the number of hens car got around and eat without crowding These feeders are handy to use whether empty or full fowls cannbt roost on them consequently they are always clean and when not In use they con be stacked up In a corner out of the way Smaller tubs can be used for chickens SIMPLE SWARM CATCHER 1Iome Made Device Which Will Prove Serviceable at Swarming Time Find a suitable crotched stick and re move the bark Mako a ring about 20 Inches In diame ter out of stout wire then sew apiece of burlap Into bag shape around the wire ring and fasten it Into the crotched stick so It will swing as the cut shows writes an Iowa cor respondent of the Farm and nome It lis well to have on hand one or two poles of different lengths and two short straps with which to unite them To hive a swarm whose queen Is at large with the bees bring the swarm catcher right up under the cluster and give It a sharp Jerk upward and the rightIntotho hlvo and invert the bag or rather turn it Inside out and tho bees will drop In front of tho hive and run Into It and tho hiving It done MUST SEES AND THXOTY HENS Give tho poultry tho run of the chard occasionally They will plcV up much fruit that would otherwise be wasted Got a table of foods and study the proportions and then balance them up a little Clover bran green bone and meat aro good to balance against cornWhen comb foundation is left over until another season you can make It just as good as how made simply b exposing tho shoeta to tho sun for a few minutes Burnt sugar has long been consid eyed poison for bees If used In winter as food Like some other things as honey dew It Is all right if bees are flying dally An egg Is composed of a certain per cent of albumen of mineral matter water and other materials In order neccaaarrcOnstltuentl To got good winter layers you must prepare a year In advance The lay ors must be hatched from eggs laid by good stock and they must bo hatched right and raised right A good way to keep moths from entering a hive Is to mix a little tobacco and salt and put between the cracks where hive fits to bottom This will keep thorn away and will not harm the bees Lost Tho Potato Beetle The following note from Adams county Pennsylvania calls for reports What has become of our old friend the potato beetle Diligent search over halt an acre of potatoes did not roveal a single one My Immediate neighbors report tho samo A Corn Balance To balance corn something that con tains more mineral and nitrogenous matter must bo fed Hens especially In summer need but little carbonaceous matter compared with what they atfld la winter I GROWS VINELESS POTATOES Montana Genius Can Supply New Tubers at Any Season In New Form Groat Falls MontA local man has produced potatoes without vines and asserts that he Is now ablo to supply new potatoes for the market at any season of the year The Inventor will not reveal the process In detail lIe has con ducted his experiments In a box four by eight feet In which there la a steam coil for heating Ho states that he has succeeded after much experimenting In perfecting a compound resembling soil that when heated Is a fertile field for the develop ment of plant life In a layer of this compound he plants potato eyes then another layer of the compound with more potato eyes and so on until the box is filled lie claims that In this compound potatoes grow without any portion of the vino or sprout appearing above the surface that all growth Is In tubers and that It is not necessary for either1 light or air to reach the pbta1 toes at any stage of their growth elements In thA compound serving the pur pose of oxygen At first the potatoes when exposed to tho air rotted quickly but now this has been overcome ho says and his ex periment is an unqualified success after many years Those who saw the box ho exhibited showing potatoes in vary ing stages of growth were greatly im pressed with the spuds A Chicago man has offered him 100000 for his in ventions ho declares BIRD OUSTS CONGREGATION Feathered Mocker Does Stunts In Church Audience Finally Takes Its Leave Baltimore MdAn English mocking bird wandered Into Hagerstown Md and had quite a time It attacked first an apple In the street In front ot- a fruit store on West Franklin ttyott and when some sparrows intertyrod knocked them right and left They formed a chattering ring and specu lated on the new champion The bird then flow oft and entered Christ Re formed church by tho bay window Ilov Charles Shaffer of Thurmont was reading his text when tho bird lit on the edge of tho Bible Ho gently waved It oft and It flow down to Uio edge of the pulpit and came back and stood on the text The reverend gentleman read though and tho bird flow to tho top of the organ and sat awhile and then came back and perched right over the preacher until ho was through with ha sermon It seemed very attentive When tho organ opened It flow to that and en joyed tho music and finally after a comprehensive flight over tho congre gallon turnod to tho chandelier There It was whoa tho congregation went out Mr Splolman wont to thochurch and easily captured It Rattlers Near University Rattlesnakes in largo numbers have been reported as infesting tho hill slopes just behind the University of California grounds and there Is a be hat that the record breaking rattler that was killed a few months ago was the mother of this largo brood of young snakes Hats Do Great High Wire Act At SlIgo Me a crowd watched nearly 150 rats cross high above the grOWId upon an electric wire from the town ball to a flour mill morn than 200 yards away The rats used their tails as the pro fessional walker on the lofty wire uses his balancing pole and not one made a misstep MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 29- CATTLCommon 300 t 400 Heavy steers 4 90 0 5 25 CALVES Extra 6 75 II 7 00 HOGS Ch packers IS 15 6 20 Mixed packers 6 10 0 6 15 8HFEP Extra 435 0 450 LAMBS Spring 7 65 0 T 70 FLOUK Spring pat 6 6fi 6 2- 5WHEATNo 2 rod 0 863x No 8 red 83 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 684 No 2 white 0 61 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 3- 1RYIlNo 2 new 64 0 66 HAY Ch timothy 013 50 PORK Clear mesa 014 60 LARDSteam T l2340 7 25 UyCholcoAPPLESCboice 2 60 0 3 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 40 0 1 50 TOBACCO New 6 0013IooOld 4 W 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter nat 5 10 C B 50 WHEAT No 2 red 88 891A- No8 red 05 105 CORN No 2 mixed 0 55V4 OATSNo2 mixed 29 j 30 RYE No 2 68 0 60 PORKMess 13 05 013 10 LARDSteom 7 12Yi 7 IB Nw York FLOUR Win strts 4 CO 0 4 65IWHEAT No 2 red 0 93y CORNNo 2 mixed 0 61 OATSNo2 mixed 84 0 3aRYE Western 0 7534- PORKMOMS 13 00 013 60 LARDSteam 0 7 35- d itimnra WHEATNo2 red S4y40 8431 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 60 CATTLE Steers 4 00 D 4 60 SHEEP No 1 2 60 m 300 Loulivltl WHEATNo 2 red tp 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 5- 9OATSNo3 mixed 0 36 PORKMesa 01100 LARDSteam 0 0 60 IndlaniDOlt WHEAT No 2 red 87 CORNNo mixed 0T 57 OATS No 2 mixed 0 35 thebestCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESSI AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky SR BAKER Dentist I OrncB OYer Printing Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain 6otnnoorm Indigestion Curod There is no case of Indigestion Dye pepsi a or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to tho digestive and strength DyspepsioCureoff the stomach by digesting what jou teat and allowing it to rest untl it strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and nil other system not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition The constantly increasing use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure by physicians of hos general practice of itself tells how this most wonderful mod ern discovery has proved to be the greatest digestant for the alleviation of suffering humanity Its many cures largerday ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in room All service that 0IPopular prices Merchant Tailoring shop connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop IeCftn 8beetoS5r Richmond K- yMONUMENTS rIIIIII Itats elte ae rerbl- Work i of all kinds don In a workmanlike manner at rea oaabltt priees tad with dispatch AU work gut steed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky- awr Malm aod 00t1lrML L A Smooth Article When you find it necessary to use salve use DoWItts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for sores Burns Boils Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching or Protruding Piles Oat the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My akop U tU mOolt eo bland sp date in hw oHM State for doing all klada 01IWATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Sic t do work for most proaakwel people of B m and vioiatty t nplNlwillcharge paid one way S G FRANKLIN MC Verso Ky BuruMM t BMl2 f Mi Versos t Berea College 1855 PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACII OF ALL v Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years tilting for College for business and tat r lifo College CoursesLitorary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christlaaf education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must aba maybebroughtof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alista Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations roll rOTonMATiojf AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS inn SECHETABT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kyi Madison County Roller Mills IIIltltII414 Manufacturers Fancy Roller ROOT Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flaw Es1I4NII +Ida Potts Duerson Vht i SuHoe Ky I I KodAl SIOO bottle contilni JH thnu tin trhl tit which will for SO CMta rtirAHID ONLY AT TNI UaOKATOir or E C Oc Time Table In Effect May I 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Boron 846 a m Arrive a m Arrive a m Arrive a m Doing North Train 2 Dally Leave p m Arrive 200 pm Arrive Para 890 p m Arrive 610 pm Arrive pm Going South Train I Dally Leave Bored 1217 a m Arrive 700 a m end Knorrni In both direction Trains oem ben 1 and 4 carrr Pullman YMtlbuled Sleeping car and coubM between Cincinnati end Knox rllla In bow directions H DR V H S A IotIM ant DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT TM DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGOJlUU LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Richmond4l5 Parls528Cfnrinnati750 Dereal82Richmond Cincinnati DallyLeaveKnozville810 Knoxville tansHutret W lOWER Ticket Agent KOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky I Three Good and Just Roasons There are three reasons why moth ere prefer One Minute Cough Cure First it ia absolutely harmless Sec ond it tastes goodchildren Third It cures Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough when other remedies fail Sold by Porter Drug Co MAKE MONEYI- fyou want to make montr with small write for Information INCI PA Founded I Williams le bUr prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPABINa promptly Cleaa lair and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A WiUlamsIMara Street Berea Kr iIagitatedAnd I People said be had consumption That was every ones presumption When helearned whatwas the matter Bill made all the doctors scatter Now he is his own adviser Swears by littleearly risers The Famous Little Plus Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache IFheynevergrlpeoreskeabut for children or adults Sold by t Porter Drug Co- LOUISVILLE A ATLANTIC RYCO Time tblln effect April If 1908 EAST BOUND Nol No mNanS89pNleholanuaVallej View 1124 140 Richmond ar 1166 LID Richmond IT 1206 p m Lati brine 106 7M BcujrrllU 240 f looo oQ BttltyrllU Jot 800 1020 WEST BOUND No 2 No 4 No I PoNlehollnUlVlle View 828 X06 IIMRichmond L M No 2 sod 61 and 8 make dose connection t NlcbolaiTllle toted from Lexington and Clr1 natlandat VenalllM to and from Shelbyi i atHattlunetloforsckun olion address any o- rILLSMIhlOFa PAst Vlraalllea1r C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER SuoeeMor to B R RolrfniOB All edit prompt attended to alfU ad day Talepkeae No A Bare XI a f Also 500 400 300 250 and 2251 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for i Boys 200 and 175 for Youths y The reputation of IV 1 Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout tile world They have to give better satisfaction than II other snakes because the standard has Always been placed so that the hearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewh reIH j We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect 1 Jl fit Inspection invited L- CO j YLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY SHHHI I I I 11 INI wiN I HI I I ill H I H I HHHH Berea and Vicinity t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Mr t 1tt4I fIHIiIIiMIIIiiI4t1ihl1lti I In Mr John Welch of Virginia is visiting his brother Mr S E Welch Mr E F Diznoy has started on a three weeks canvass in behalf of i THE CITIZEN and tho College He expects to visit Beo Lick Broadhead Level Green Valley Oak Walnut Grove MoWhorthors Bushs Store Green Mound James Store and other places in tho vicinity of these Edith the infant child of IrJand Mrs JtlL Chrisman died at Enid Ok Tor where Mrs Chrisman was visiting on Sunday Mrs Chrisman accompanied by Mrs Coyle return ed with the body Wedneslla and the Humeral wets held Wednesday afternoon Mr Charles Coylo from Indsana is hero also Time bereaved family have the gympathy of tho community fK Mr Oslwnw Imsretunied from his vacation Ho sjient several days with Mr Edwin Few at the lattors homo near Greeijsburg Ind Friends of Mr Nathan Amur080 will regret that ho is compelled to spend tho coming year in tho west where he expects to attend Colorado College Ho goes in tho hope of improved health and carries with him tho best wishes of his many friends iuBoreat Bcownlow Prbndorgrasa former Borea student is working in a Turn 1iogFactory in Cincinnati and living c 1 DoAnnond Flats Glenwood lIe is prospering and expects to revisit Berea r Ben Bailey and wife of Manchester Ky visited Coo Mnncoy last week Mrs A Bailey of Leonard harem Co Ky and Mrs Martha Creech of Diznoy same county are visiting L M Diznoy and fancily this week Tho 1moused bolng erected for the Edithr his family is rapidly nearing completion Henry Ingrain isnt present located at Hamilton Ohio 421 North Fourth St Ho hopes to bo in school the beginning of tho fall term Secretary Gamble is sending out hundreds of rulers to the district schools throughout the mountains of l1 Kentucky If you have not received oneBond to him and he will bo glad to furnish you with enough to sup ply your older pupils f A very interesting letter was re ceived from Maude Laku who is in Youngstown Ohio for tho mtmmer Maude will take the course in maims ing noxt year Tho friends of Prof Dodgo who have missed his familiar face on our streets for time last week are worried that ho is still hare He has only suffered soa change into some thing now nnd strange He is I smoothly shaven for the first time in vearav IMiss Shoemaker writes that her brother will verlikoly bo in Berea this coming year j I 1i IiS8 Brooks went on a Jiusinos trip to Richmond Monday Prospects for a band and orches trim are fine for tho coming your Mr Taylor Mnnsoy made a trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto on tho ex cursion which loft last week returning Monday He writes that ho had n very pleasant time and saw a groat many things of interest Mary Wilson writes from Groan rifle Kentucky that she will be in school beginning with tho fall term this sear Mr CartmoU loaves for his vain tion this week Friday Ho to his homo at Akron Ohio nndwj visit other cities in his nutivo state Miss Ada Phillips arrived Monday night andwill be the stenographer in Secrotary Gambles olfico tho coming ar F E HarlliJtOliR still in tho forest with his crowd of a dozen boys building roads They report tho work almost completed tA letter from Mrs Molliu Cook of Canmrgo Ills rbmhidg us that she was formerly a student jji Boreal She writes most appreciutinglysof tho holptho schoolwas to her Mrs Cook is n constant subscriber to tho CitizenDr Cowloys little daughter is quite sick with wlibopiug cough Tho family are at Mrs Cowl YfI homo in Lake Mills N V The Union Church will pug a bill letiu hoard on the corner of Main and Prospect streets for the nu uotinceinent of meetings Rev C S Mason is spending his vacntion in Borea He preached lit Blue Lick Sunday afternoon and at I Narrow Gap same night and quite a number at both expressed desire to lead n Christian life Work on tho Library building has boon delayed because tho stone col aunts for tho entrance have not como They pre being made by a Cincinnati firm and tho delay has caused inucli inconvenience Mr Hixill seriously illat tho homo of Miss Hough in Rogers 0 He was threatened with typhoid fever when he left Boron and was stricken soon after leaving Mr and Mrs Lindsay left on their vacation Wednesday morning A schoolteacher dreamed that sho quit teaching aiid bought n farm She felt happy in tho prospect of freedom anti profit Tho first crop I planted was wheat and the yield was large again the teacher was happy Tie total amounted to I 7000 bushels and tho market price was a dollar a bushel she sold it nil and felt that now she could afford to do something shim hud long wished to do put time wheat had been NOt to 7000 different people abushel to ouch One A few of thtuir paidcash but more did not and many of them rieglected to pay even when reminded She was troubled bu awoke to find she way still a teacher intorpretIpromptly for her subscription9711- Itesrru Tfttctitr The Sons The arrangement to hold till G 1 R State Encampment of next viirat Boron is already bearing fruit It is the custom Sons ofetfiiim Womans Relief Corps and T mliis of the G A It as allied or Utilizations to hold their annual inntings at the place selected by time G A R In order to be prepared for a HI able recaption of the crowd of visitors to be expected at the combiu owl gatherings of 1UOU and to meet n pat lotil need which some hove long fejt ineisures Imo been taken re suiting in the establishment ofa Camp of Sous of Veterans in this place as briefly noted in a previous iue of THE CITIZBX Thon worn twenty wvoii charter luoinlMtrH with a prospect of contiiiiemblo increase in the near future Time number e rolled contains 80110 of our best citizens uiiIta degree of energy and business ability which is an augury of success Iho following are the lending officers- Coutumnder W R Gablwtrd S V Commander L 0 Lester J V Commander IL K Richardson See retry Win Watkins Treasurer C Fay Hanson Chaplain Jas W Van Winkle Most ajiproijrintely tho name uK J Hanson Cutupwens the one chosen in memory of Arthur J Hanson so long ono of our most prominent citizens the lending foun ter and until the time of his dontlj a pillar in Cnpt Jas West post G A It The coincidence tins noted that the number 7 tho ono given this new camp by state officials Is the central figure of 171 tho num ber of Cupt Jas West post i Forget It The midsummer madness that ro sults so frequently In battle murder and sudden death throughout our country and especially in tho South makes the following handed in by a 8ubsuriler ectiliary pertinent In the words of Captain Bunsby Tho bearing o this hoar obsorwntioii lies in tho application on it There is n wide and deep philps ophy ountainwl in that phraseology of tho street Forgot it 11 is as imjxrtnnt to forgot as to ramember One is as difficult as the other And ability along ono lino is as Intnl to acquire as time other Both must be cultivated It is impossible tobecomo an op timist without learning how to for get Disagreeable things are bound to happen and one must train ono self to wipe them ofT the mind as n toy wipes tho figures from his slate Having erased tho ugly memories it is easier to write the pleasant timings on tho slate of memory Tho Indian for iust1nconeOI fpr gets n slight oisan injury Ho will wait n lifetime to get even Dont be an Indian Lifo htoo short t6 bo an Indian The man who considers himself a nomesis who treasures up n wrong who nurses nil injury who igno bee hatreds fester in his heart cannot be p happy man His soul is like crouched tiger ready to spring upgn tho victim of his wrath Learn how to forget If it is easier for you to put on roe ord in your memory personal griev minces mod to hug an ugly feeling it is because you have chosen to do so If you hoard up in your mind time unhappy episodes of life it is because you have formed time habit of doing so To purist iii that habit of mini will snake you miserable mod a con firmed grouch There is nothing noble in such a disposition to remem bor Learn to forget Lot go tho uninspiring tho depres sing and weakening grievnnco Hold on to the memories that cheer and brighten There is not room for both Wipe out thin resentments Write in tho place of your hatreds tho things that are pure and just and lovelyand of good report i hits some one treated you illy or put a slight upon you Forget it Do not lot it spoil your happiness It is a trifle light ns air Scorn to be scorned ly ono whom I scorn Is that a matter to maku me fret l Is that a matter to cause regret V Let no mean thing rufllo the serenity of your soul- Forget it- These Things Shall Be- Thel Ihlnp 811all bolA loftier rare Tllan eer thelroilyhallalse- end Wltli Iliune of freedom III light of knowledge In their eyes They khall te gentle brave and strong Not W uplll Imniaii blood but dare All tint may plnntmnitiloruxblp firm r On earth na Natlomnvhh nation lund wllh laud Unllrrn1llhallllve an comrades free In heart an ttialttbrob Tee pulse of ono fraternity Southern School Journal I l a1IFFThet Service and other iirvn 1ofthe Herat Churrhe II IiHttiittHHH IIHH11F Union Church lil ln School lit 115 Sunday morning followed by preaching nt 11 oclock Tim rellIll1r servitxsiu time ovepiiiK at 7H will INS preceded fov the sleeting of limo V P S C E nt 080 The weekly prayer nightUnGlade Baptist Church Colored Pastor Rev T n Heed Sunday PrayerlfeetingPreaching on the First Sunday in till month at 11 a in Congregational Pastor Rev T A KITCIIKN Sunday School HI5 n if Church Service 1st ttrd and Primyerattxding Glade Christian Pastor Itov OLIVER MrCruv Sunday School at n30II in Preaching on second timid fourth Sundays at 1030 a in and every Sunday night at 780 Christian Pastor liar Ouvtm McCtLLT Sunday School 015 am PlayerMeetingBaptist Sunday School at 9lo PnmyerMeetiu Special Meeting Tho special meetings to be mold by the lnion Church will liegin next Sunday night Wo have not succeeded in getting time tent which ve expected to have and thorofollltime meetings will ho Union Church house on Prosject st1 There will be n meeting each dayox cept Saturday at 300 P Mtllld 780 P M Tho night meetings will begin and clone promptly so that nfr ono may bo needlessly wearied Wo hope to have on Wednesday an all day meeting whoa people from thin country are invited to bring their dinners Watch the bulletin Ixxird which will soon be put up at till corner of Prospect and Main Sts for further notices AH the Union Church works for the good of nil in Heron wo hope timid every gully person in town and the immediate neighborhood will earnestly pray and work to the end that many souls wjll be saved and ninny of tlio Loris quickuuudIlonaall also No one cum question Gods readiness May he timid us needy also A K TIIOMSOX Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profes sion Head tho display advertisement of life six Morse Schools of Felt graphy in this issue and learn how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy and bo assured position College Rule for Students Whose Homes Are in Berea Students whoso horses are in Bona should attend Berea College for the entire year or go to tho Public School for tlu entire year Those who do not attend tho College in the Full Term will not be allowed to enter in tho Winter SopitemoorThis rule does NOT apply to stu dents who teach or to those whoso homes are not in Bona I ti The Only Requisite for O- k I I ComplexionJ of Pompeianj g SoipMlcithr dirt eJTvA not eaflhrn the a thin tbtorbi the soap There Is nothing In soap that Is eooj for the dater II It rtmtlni II p btcomsenImpuritynaturtleblocke4Iomplan A 11f of the iitnUackliMili grease soapdt the dot and 1 the muuie builds the ounJatlonwrinklci tad y Ubbinttt mutt so use U In plate of late powder ml rt IGrntlrwomrn It after ahtvlnt eets sad SIOO pe Jar 1tThe PORTER DRUG CO 1M itiert Juriy it Paramount tt o itiAAAt i Ai kititirlAA IAiIA R A AA lO IIA AililI i1117Ai1 t11 Iigigil IbIN11 c1101Ai u Do You Feel Safe X j Without Fire InsuranceII l You wouldnt miss the small amount it would tike to pay insurance But yougwould miSs your homo if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companiesi FIRE LIFEend ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC I R W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK C 0 eeeeeeeeeeee 0eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee o o iee I Ici HOT WEATHER BARGAINS i o i IN I II Milll Batiste NettingLawn- o Gingham and many other Cotton Fabrics for Summer Isortmentu i A FULL LINE OF MILLINERY iI0 o- o o We do not believe in carrying over our stock It is better business policy o to close them out even at a sacrifice This we arc going to do for 30 days and- o will offer o I From July 10th to August 10th I ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST 2 I o- We j 0r also carry a full line of Underwear Hosiery Corsets Gloves Ribbons g I o and in fact most of the necessities for ladies use which will be offered at greatly o reduced prices More gpqds and better goods for a small expenditure than has 11 ever been seen in Berea Call early and get first choice r 0 Ladieso 0- oeoeoeo to oeoeo oeooeoeo eoooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o oooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER 4 All Important happenings That Havo Recently Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimea and Casualties the Movements of Government Officials and Other Interesting Events Culled Condensed and Noted Tho details for convoying tho peaco envoys from Now York to Oyster Bay leave been arranged Tho Russian plenipotentiary and suites will om bark on tho cruiser Chattanooga at Now York at 6 a m on August S tho Japanese plenipotentiaries embarking at tho same point on the cruiser Ta coma an hour later arriving at Oyster Bay within half an hour of ono au otherPresident Roosevelt entertained at luncheon Baron Jurato Komurn minis ter of foreign affairs and Kogoro Tak ahtra minister to tho United States and tho Japanese envoys to tho Wash ington peace conference That Japan will demand an indem nity of Russia in tho negotiations fo peace and that tho war will bii declared at an end at tho conclusion of tho negotiations at Portsmouth N H next month Js the belief of Baron Ko mura head of tho Japanese poaco del egation which arrived In Now York Whether thoro it to bo peace In the far oat or a continuance of tho war will bo practically decided at the fret business meeting of tho Washington conference which will convene at the navy yard Portsmouth N II about August B Baron Komura will on that occasion communicate to M Wltto the essentials of Japans peace terms for 1further negotiations Evidence now in possession of tao New York officials convinces them that Frederick E Carlton has boon married to nine women two of whom are dead and that he has lived with another Eleanor Vandovcnter Baron Komura was asked as to the attitude of tho Japanese on tho ques lion of an armistice and he replied Japan II perfectly willing to agree to- an armistice after tho credentials of both commissions have boon examined and verified Tho report has been received from tho headquarters of tho Japanese army Our force on tho Island of Sixghalln advanced on tho 27th and hotly chased the enemy from early In the morning Our vanguard occupied Dolbonikoa the same afternoon While our cavalry entered Rykoff another de tAchmont was sent against the envoy at Nomlha and Ivovskoo dislodged tho enemys force holding Vydernlcov sky and vicinity and Immediately com menced pursuit The Gorman foreign office gave out the following Emporor William in tho Interviews off tho Island of Bjorkvi I not only did not encourage Emperor Nicholas to continue the war but gave his Influence directly in favor of Pres Idont Rooiovolf poaco policy Johann Hoch Bluebeard and con foaled bigamist sentenced to bo hang ed at Chicago for poisoning one of his wives was granted a reprieve until August 25 by GoT Dcnccn Money sufficient to appeal his case to tho lupromo court has been raised Tho arctic steamer Roosevelt bear ing Commander Robert E Pearys lat oct expedition swung clear of tho terminal wharf at North Sydney C B and headed northward on her voyage of discovery toward tho north polo Alex Wlnn and Nelson Walker ne gross convicted of having rn Urdu rod a Mr Charles Hauck a white trading boatman were hanged at Vidalia La Mattlo and Grace Wlgnor sisters aged 14 and 16 years respectively were drowned whllo attempting to ford n creek west of Lacygno Knn Tho I stream had been swollen by n heavy ralnSecretary Taft and party arrived In I Toklo on a special train from Yokoha ma Secretary Taft and his staff were taken to Shlba whore a detached pal ace was provided for their accommo 41 dation Secretary Taft and his party wore recolved by tho emperor of Japan at Toklo Lator a banquet was given to the secretary and his associates by Promler ICasura at which toasts to the health of President Roosevelt and tho emperor wero drank amid the cheers of the Americans Tho em peror was present Princes Fushlma and Kanln were seated at either side of Secretary Taft and Alice Roosavolt and tho emperor was seated directly oppositeMinister Griscom gave a garden party in honor of Secretary Taft at Toklo About 1000 persons were pres ant Minister Oriscom with his wlfo and Miss Alice Rootovolt received tho party FouV ten have boon killed by tho wrecking of an eastbound freight train on tho Northern Pacific between Myora and Big Horn about 70 miles cast of Billings Mont While testing torpedoes In Nairn gansott bay tho United States torpedo r boat Vesuvius was struck by ono of tho projectiles which turned In a clr clo after It had been launched front ono of tho Vesuvius tubes Tho ves sel was slightly damaged Now York Central accommodation train No 66 ran down nine track hands near Tribes Hill N Y killing ilx The men are all lUMan r A brief report of a preliminary examination by Naval Constructor Ev ans of tho Inside of tho gunboat Her nlngton whoso boilers exploded was received at the navy department from Carl Drake The constructor found no leaks through the hull plating and all tho leaks through tho sea valves and tho broken pipes have been stoy pedAt St Pauls Episcopal churoh San Diego Cal was hold the funeral of Ensign Nowman K Perry tho only officer who lost his life in the list of tbo gunboat Bcnnlngton Tho Interment will take placo at Stockbridgc Mass Tho bodies of tho Bennington boys who woro burled In tho military cemetery on Point Loma are to bo dli Interred and sent home to relatives at tho exponso of the government Tho most remarkable snooting ever made by a squad of men In tho Unit ed States army was recorded at Fort Sheridan when 15 men out of a possi ble 23 made scores of over 400 out of a possible 600 In skirmish firing Bishop Isaac W Joyce bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church died at his homo in Minneapolis as tho result of a cerebral hemorrhage and conse Quont attack of paralysis After the return of Chief Engineer John F Stevens from tho tour of In spection on the Panama canal ho said that ho found tho work progressing slowly though the American steam shovels wire working splendidly Business failures In the United States for the week ending July 27 number 193 against 105 last week 174 In the like week of 1904 and 100 In 1903 Southern Railroad Conductor Marvin Payno was arrested at Decatur Ala for ejecting Quarantine Officers Lem Jones and John Almon from his train Ho was released on bond Tho boycott of American goods In China as a result of the Chinese pro test against the exclusion act Is do veloping rapidly President Roosevelt after spending two hours in an Inspection of the Sea Breczo home established on Coney Is land Now York bay by tho New York association for tho Improvement of the condition of the poor returned to Sagamore 11111 At Union Hall Franklin county Va United States Deputy Marshal Z T Wade was shot and killed by a negro named Zephas Polndoxtor an alleged illicit whisky distiller whom ho at tempted to arrest The Norwegian storthing unanimous ly adopted the proposal of holding a referendum on tho dissolution of the union with Sweden It fixed August 13 for the submission of tho question to tho people Mrs Wade Hampton daughter of Gen Wado Hampton says that she ob tamed President Rooiovolts picture for Fads and Fancies Mrs Hampton who Is a widow lived in Washington until three years ago In a pistol fight at Sanderson Fla botweon J J Green and Ed McRoc both men were killed Tho cause of tho tragedy is not known Andrew Humphrey who attempted to assault two white women was lynched near the town of Avoy Tex by a mob of several hundred men Secretary Taft and his party left To kin for Kioto on a special train receiv ing an enthusiastic sendoff at too Shlmbashl station from a distinguish ed assemblage Including court civil military and naval officials bankers and other mercantile representatives According to Spencer Frary a for met oil refiner living In Cleveland 0 the health of Mrs John D Rockefeller la rapidly falling Constant criticism of her husband much of which has passed unnoticed by him has worried her and has gradually undermined her healthA storm passed over South ern Crawford county Ohio Halt a dozen barns wero burned to the ground whllo cattle hones sheep and other stock were killed Tho engagement is announced of Baroness Margherlta Maynorios of Venice to Paul Nash American consul In Venice Sho belongs to one of tho bluost blooded families of Italy Tho consul Is popular in American and Italian society Ono of the biggest seizures of tobacco by federal revenue authorities in several years was mado at the cigar factory of Carlos Garcia Co New York Carlos Garcia and Julian Hera tho members of the firm wore arrested The seizure at tho factory Includ od according to tho fedora agents 1000 counterfeit tobacco stamps 25 000 hlgh grade cigars and 2000 pounds of tobacco The Japanese are apparently con centrating a considerable forco far to the eastward with tho aim of operat- Ing against Klrln and Ninguta and getting in between Vladivostok and the Russian Manchurian array Commander Theodore Burgdorf U S N retired died in the United States naval hospital in Philadelphia Ho was admitted to tho institution several days ago suffering front a complication- of diseases Ho was about CO years of ago Nothing nt all resembling yellow fover has occurred at Galveston this seasonPhilip Carlin of Minneapolis has boon appointed general organizer for the International Brotherhood of Car pontors and Joiners of America His headquarters will bo in Minneapolis All present danger of a otrlko of tho molders in tho Plttsburg district was averted when at a mass meeting of the union It was decided to accept tho manufacturers terms Tho strike in the two Iron mills at Youngstown 0 ono at GIrard 0 ono nt Warren 0 and ono at Greenville Pa whlch have been In progress for more than a year has been declared off Tho following report all to the pro gross of yellow Lover In Now Orleans Is up to 6 p m July 28 New cases 21 total cases to date 227 deaths Friday 3 deaths to date 47 new foci 8 Tho Louisiana stato board of health met and finally ordered a quar antine of the state against New Or leans That action became absolute ly necessary in order to protect all the points In tho stato outside of Now Orleans from being quarantined by Alabama Texas and Mississippi As a result of the delay on tho part of Louisiana authorities In putting on a quarantine against Now Orleans State Health Officer Tabor of Texas placed a quarantine against the wholo state of Louisiana All the forces engaged in the battle against the yellow fever scourge In Now Orleans joined In expressing the belief that while the situation has been and is serious enough success has al ready boon achieved In tho application of the method applied as tho result of tho work of the Rood commission In Cuba to justify the hope that for tho first time In the history of the country what threatened to be a malignant epidemic of yellow fever will be stamped out before frost comes The fact that no epidemic of yellow fever has occurred this summer at gulf ports on the Tehauntepec isthmus of Mexico is attributable to sanitary work conUnually going forward at those pointsThere Is no fever at Baton Rouge La and no suspicious cases A strict quarantine Is In force against New OrleansBy vote of nine to three tho Mem phIl legislative council went on record as favoring a strict quarantine against New Orleans and other fover infected points Tho tone of tho Russian press grows more warlike as the peaco conference draws nigh and the government on all sides is urged to resist Humiliating de wands even at the cost of continuing tno war At McKlnzle Tenn Robert Matheny jumped from a movJng train He lost ills scalp cut an artery and broke soy eral bones- 111e death of Masugori Nagata the Jap who was crushed to death In the mine at Ellsworth Pa and whoso body was cremated in Plttsburg re yeah that tho Imperial university of Toklo has a corps ui instructor accompanied by students in this country to study mining work Nagata was an accomplished Instructor Adm Yeh of the Chinese navy died suddenly at the Kianguan arsenal Two deputy United States marshals J H Noble and E B Edwards killed J E Coleman and his wife and arrested their son aged 16 years after a fight on Deep Fork river 25 miles west of Checotah I T The Colemans It is said hud stolen horses mules and cattlu In the Choctaw nation Whllo boating on Horseshoe lake ono and a half miles south of Lebanon Mo Percla and Blanche Easterly and Alia and Ethel Perkins all of Leban on were drowned Three young men who were in the boat with them succeeded In swimming to the shore of the lake Louis Gotz president of Gets Bros 4t Co one of the big importing and exporting houses of San Francisco has received a cable from Shanghai which reads as follows Cancel all orders Boycott of American trade effective among Chinese merchants All busl ness entirely suspended Two more names were added to the list of dead in tho Benlngton disaster at San Diego making tho total 61 As a result of a quarrel William Doyle shot and fatally wounded John Sharpo at Ledbetter near Paducah Ky Doylo escaped Advices received from reliable sources in Constantinople say that con ditions bordering on anarchy prevail in the palace slnco tho attempt to as sasslnato tho sultan was made Abdul Hamid It Is said bas caused scores of tho palace attaches to bo privately ox ecuted on suspicion of having been in volved In the plot against him At Valdosta Gu Rev J C Rawlins was found guilty as accessory to tho murder of two children of Rev and Mrs W L Carter and unless a higher court Intervenes Rev Rawlins and his sons Milton and Jesse and Alf Moore a negro will havo to hang A crash of thunder woke up Lcola Morton daughter of Melville Morton Cleveland In time to save her father from death on account of chloroform administered by burglars J W Mount 08 who went to San Diego Cal from Kentucky some years ago committed suicide by shooting Dell Stewart formerly mayor of Os ceola la and formerly district Judge of Iowa died at a hospital In Port land Ore as the result of an opera tlon Death was sudden and unex pected Ho was born in Zauesvlllo 0 In 1849 Secretary of State Root and Col William Cary Banger former assistant secretary of war accompanied by Mr Roots two sons left for Montreal Thonco they go to St Johns N F and from there they will sail for Labra dor They expect to bo absent for a monthAugust 2 the Boo canal as the fa moue artificial waterway at Sault Ste Mario Mich IB known will be 60 years old and the semicentennial of ono of the most valuable achievements for commerce In America will be ob served Miss Julia Knox Wheoler daughter of Gen Joseph Wheeler was married to William Julius Harris of Georgia In Now York city Gen Llnovltch has Issued an order dated July 25 placing all tho employes of the navy yard at Vladivostok in eluding the detachments on certain cruisers under military command YELLOW SCOURGE TwentySeven New Cases in New Orleans Sunday The Number of New Foci Ii Again a Source of Encouragement Show Ing the Spread Is Becoming Slower and Slower Now Orleans July 81New cases reported up total 27 Total cases to date 203 deaths Sunday three Deaths to date 67 New foci 4 Total foci 41 Though it was Sunday the work of sanitation fumigation oiling and screening went on just tho sanmo and will continue dally until the city has been thoroughly screened and mado mosquito proof The record for Sun day shows little change from that of Saturday except In the reduction of the number of deaths Tho number of now foci is also again a source of en couragement showing that the spread Is becoming slower and slower A now complication was discovered when Supt Curran of tho Now Or leans and Northwestern railroad an pounced that two passengers who had remained tho required length of tlmo In the Slldell detention camp and sought admission Into Mississippi had been turned back If tho Mississippi health authorities now refuse admission to holders of certificates of detention Is sued by tho marine hospital service It will result in the government abandon Ing those camps and travelers will have to either stay here or go to points In the north and cast and spend ten days before thoy can return to Mississippi A BOLT OF LIGHTNING Killed Six Persons and Seriously In jured Nine at a Bathing Beach Now York July 31 During a thunderstorm of terrific Intensity which passed over Now York six persons wero struck by lightning awl killed and nine were seriously Injured at the Parkway baths Coney Island At the same time ono man was killed and three others wero prostrated at Gravesond beach Tho Intense heat of the morning at tracted a great multitude to the shore resorts and late In the afternoon when the storm blew up from the westward the Parkway beach was thronged with bathers and spectators The rain de scowled in torrents and hundreds of men women and children sought ahel ter nnder the big bath house which Is elevated above tho sand on piles The lightning was Incessant and torrlfio thunder claps shook tho bath houso to the terror of the crowd huddled to gether beneath It A few minutes before 5 oclock a bolt of lightning struck the flag staff and grounded In the very thickest of the crowd Nearly 60 per sons were prostrated STANDS BY JAPAN Mikado Peace Terms Will Have the Sympathetic Approval of Briton Washington July lJapan conies to the Washington conference assured that whatever her peace terms they will have the sympathetic approval of Groat Britain Several suggestions from Washington to London that the cause of peace would bo served by an explanation to Japan from her ally fa voting moderation In her demands upon Russia have not availed to change tho British government In Its apparently Inalterable determination to stand by Japan however severe she makes her conditions of peace nor has the British government seen its way clear to render assistance to Wash- Ington in tho efforts which this government is making to obtain an armistice Advices reaching hero show that London is opposed to an armistice until Japan has been satisfied that Russias plenipotentiaries are prepared to di rect more than discuss means of end ing tho war THE SECRETARY WAR Sunday Morning Was Spent Quietly at Kloto Japan Kioto July 31Secretary of War Taft and his party spent Sunday morning quietly Somo of the mOil bors of thq party attended church while others visited the temple When the party loft In tho afternoon on a special train for Kobo there was another remarkable demonstration At tho station a great crowd awaited So rotary Taft and Miss Roosevelt and began cheering when their carriage arrived the ovation continuing until tho train started Tho band played tho national anthem and Auld Lang Syne as tho train pullod away from tho station Secretary Wilson Will Not Resign Washington July 31 Secretary Wilson of tho department of agricul ture characterized as wholly without foundation tho story that he will resign from tho cabinet because of the exposures of tho cotton leak To Visit College Friends Now York July 31Dnron Komura Japanese peaco plenipotentiary and Baron Kaneko tho Japanese financial agent both of whom aro Harvard graduates wont to Pcoksklll whero they visited some friends of their col logo days The Offer Rejected Basle Switzerland July 31DT an overwhelming majority tho Zionist congress decided not to accept the of for of Great Britain of a tract of land In East Africa for tho formation of a Zionist colony l r STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST THE STATE GUARDS I All Arrangement For Their Encamp ment Completed Frankfort Ky July 27All ar rangements have been completed In tho department of the adjutant general for the annual camp of Instruction of the stato guard to be held at Padu cab beginning on August 7 The Sec and regiment will go into camp first it will bo followed by the First or Lou isvlllo regiment and then by the Third regiment The camp will close on September 2 The troops will be reviewed by Gov Bockham on which review days he will be accompanied by the members of his official staff Tho review day of the Second regl went has been fixed for August 11 Tho governor will visit the camp again on August 24 to review the First regl ment troops and will remain In the camp until the 28th to review tho Third regiment WOLFE COUNTY RECORD r Seven Murders Were Committed In Six Weeks Lee City Ky July 28Oeo Banks shot and instantly killed Newton Taul bee his half brother on Lacy creek Somo months ago Taulbee was held up on tho county road In daylight and robbed of over 100 by George Banks and his sister Queen Banks Taulbee at the last May term of the Wolfe circuit court obtained an indictment against Banks and slnco that time the latter had been In seclusion for fear of arrest Taulbco was 36 years old and mar tied and leaves a wife and several children Banks is 27 years of age unmarried This makes the seventh man killed In Wolfe county In tho past six weeks ARRESTED AND FINED He Kissed His Girl Too Much To Suit the Neighbors Louisville Ky July 20 Michael Callahan who lives at 625 Seventh street has a sweetheart and he loves her dearly Ho was congratulated by the neighbors but when he showed them how affectionate he could be by kissing and embracing the girl In tho back yard In the sight of all they caus ed his arrest on the charge of disor derly conduct In tho police court a number of the neighbors testified against Callahan They said that his public exhibition of kissing and hug ging tho girl was shocking to their finer senses Some one said that all the world loves a lover but a lover of Callahans caliber did not appeal to Judgo McCann and he assessed a fine of 10 TO PREVENT YELLOW FEVER The Kentucky State Board of Health Decides Not To Quarantine Louisville Ky July 29Tho Ken tucky state board of health has decid ed not to establish a quarantine against southern cities in the yellow fever zone until the situation becomes more serious Tho board communicated with the officials of the Illinois Central Louisville Nashvlllo and Queen Crescent railways and it was decided that the state regulations regarding the cleansing of passenger cars with formaldehyde Is a sufficient precaution FATHERINLAWS DISCIPLINE Filled His Son In Lawa Head and Back With Shot Vnncsburg Ky July 29Juno Hunter a young man was shot in the back by his fatherinlaw John Gattlo here Hunters back and head were filled with shot About tOO have been taken out His condittoIt Is not critical how over Gattls escaped The trouble grow out of Hunters wife attending a hop against his wishes The McElroy Farm Sold Springfield Ky July 28Robert McElroy has sold his fine farm to his brother Yarrett McElroy for 25000 The farm consists of between four und five hundred acres and is one of tho finest farms in the county Peter Browning In the Hospital Louisville July 28It is feared Peto Brownings days are numbered The famous ballplayer has gone to the city hospital to be treated for an ab cess of the car which drove him In sane for a time- Kentucky Woman Injured Cincinnati July 29Mrs Minnie Brlar colored Lexington Ky who has been visiting near Lockland was probably fatally injured when tho floor of an outhouse caved in She was uncon scious when taken out A Free Site Tendered Owensboro Ky July 29 The Homestead Land Co has formally tendered to the board of education of tho Methodist Episcopal church as a site for the proposed college a tract of land west of this city containing something over CO acres Bought His Interest Lexington Ky July 29Thomas B Tones Cavoland stud BecknerviHe Ky bought of J S Barbee the lathers half Interest in tho tenyearold stallion Handsel for 5000 and he Is sow the sole property of Jones d BRAIN EXPOSED One of the Most Sensational Surgical Operations on Record Louisville Ky July 27 Beter Zaa olarl the Italian whose skull was crushed in an elevator accident at the new Seclbach hotel July 20 has furnished the medical world with one of the most sensational surgical cases on record Parts of too temporal patio tal and sphenoid bones were so frac tured that the removal of the broken pieces left an opening six inches In diameter through which his brain was exposed He was taken to the Unl versity hospital where he was on the operating table two hours He refused to take an anaesthetic and retained consciousness during the wholo period One of the mOil extraordinary features of the case troma medical standpoint is that his temperature has never risen above 100 and he has suf fered no pain While the operation was in progress ho said he was Dot suffering but asked for a drink of wa ter The broken portions of the bones have been stitched together and replaced beneath the scalp under the skillful direction of Dr Slinrall An derson Zanolarl continues to Improve and his recovery Is now assured RELIGIOUS FAITH It Did Not Prevent a Minister and a Jewess From Marrying Louisville Ky July 28The marriage of Rev John E All a Baptist minister and Miss May Lilienthal a member of a prominent Jewish family of Louisville has just come to light although it was solemnized more than a week ago The couple were married on the evening of July 13 by Rev Arch C Creo at the latters residence at 23d and Jefferson streets They remained in Louisville for a week vIs- iting relatives and left for Ashevllle N C whero they will spend their honeymoonLater will visit Mr Alls parents at Allensville S C Mr All who Is n native of South Carolina has been attending the Baptist seminary here for two years and met his bride while he was a student They became fast friends and soon became sweethearts At first tho families of both Mr All and Miss Lilienthal demurred because of the difference in religion but this obstacle was overcome REVENUE AGENTS SUIT Inspector Hines Appointed To Look After Them Frankfort Ky July 28State Au ditor Hager designated Inspector Hines to look after for tho common wealth all suits in county courts which were Instituted by A M Harri son of Lexington the deposed revenue agent seeking to recover taxes on omitted property assessments Such suits are pending In a dozen counties of the state and Hines through local counsel In each instance will prose cute them to judgment Uncle of Curtly Jett Dead Bristol Tenn July 29 Stephenson Jott proprietor of the Hotel Kentucky at Ellzabethtown Tenn after having left an early call In order to go on a picnic excursion was found dead in bed Heart failure is supposed to have been the cause of his death Mr Jett came to Tennessee from Breathitt county Ky Ito was an uncle of CUr- tis Jott who received a life sentence in connection with the Breathitt coun ty feuds Col Hlndmana Narrow Escape Louisville Ky July 27Col Blscoa Hindman of the First Kentucky rug ment narrowly escaped death in a collision between his automobile and a street car By miscalculating his speed he crossed in front of a Broad way car and his machine was struck just as the front wheels cleared tho track and was completely wrecked Will Bore For 011 Bowling Green Ky July 28Rep resentatlves of the Grecnsburg Oil Coot Grcensburg Pa are here leasing land near tho city They expect to begin boring for oil at once and have selected a region In which natural gas was struck some years A New Coal Company Mlddloburg Ky July lSThe Ma honing Coal Co has just been Incorporated at Parkers Lake Pulaskt county with a capital stock of 50000 Lorvlna Davidson M A Erskine and M A Ersklne all of Lowellsvllle 0 are tho Incorporators Union Depot For Winchester Paris Ky July 27 According to information received by the Winchester Commercial club tho L N and C 0 roads will erect a 16000 union passenger station In Winches ter early this fall- Kentucky Refining Co Louisville Ky July 29Tho Ken tuclty Refining Co of Louisville of which E H Ferguson Is president has secured control of practically the en tire oil refining business of tha south by absorbing the Southern Oil Co and the American Oil Co Will Visit Cincinnati Frankfort Ky July 29Tho Frank fort Business Mens club has decided to visit Cincinnati on Wednesday September 6 to repay the visit made by the Cincinnati Business Mens clubto Frankfort some weeks ago frlIHlMH 1 1 1 11 1 1111 1 11 11 1 I1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 lIt HH I Eastern Kentucky News Ro corretponience published oaleti Jpie4 In fan by the writer The name ti Dot for publication bat M all irWence of road faith Write plainly d1tttI1I Ii1ttE1IItltiII II I IIiiEMt11t11I trt I IIHJon MADISON COUNTY BARE KNOB Julf24We are still having plenty of rain Misses Ella and Katio Lako visited Miss Martin McQueen Sunday Wh Itheyre turned homo thoy were much stir prised to find Mr Walter Lake of Panola awaiting tlwmlIr Kitchen preaches at this placo every Tuesday night He has largo crowds for the busy time Wo wish him goodsuc cess in his work Miss Diuksio Lak has returned home from her sister Mrs J E Hammonds T J Lake has gone to Livingston 011 business Every lady is preparing to attend tho icocrcam supper at Silver Creek Saturday night1lrs Mary Bengi has returned to her homo at Villa GrovoIll July HMrH John Waddle is very sick at this writingThow- eather is fine and tho farmers are doing lots of hnuBngJames Daugherty whilo working in Coving ton fell ofT a hand car and was very badly injured Ho has been brought hone T J Lake has oxou prupariiif forloggingMrs Maggie Buniol gave an apple peeling to the young folks Saturday nightA C Hart and family visited Mr John Davis SuudayA series of meetings is I being held nt Silver Creek by Rev T Smith Bradley Lake and Forest Dowden took dinner with CG Baker Sunday Subscribe now for tho Cit izen and dont miss tho next story CDri and I by Irving Bacheller MOTE July 31Manyof the young folks of this place attended the box dinner at Dreyfus Sunday Mr Jim Gil moro aud Miss Burtie wore married in Richmond Wednesday Laureua Garrett is in Hamilton OhioA very large crowd enjoyed an outing at Mallory Springs Saturday Miss Annie Willians will leave next week to visit her relations in Henry County Mrs P J Garrett made a business trip to Borea last week Frank Garrett and Davis Mundy are still in the house carpenter business Many persons in this vicinity at tended Richmond FairThe people of this place and around hero an Ir glad to know that a protracted meet ing begas at tho Glade Church Simday July 30 Many of the p willattendM A Moody id selliriJots of goods this week Robert tho of Mr and Mrs John Jacks hhas been very ill for a week Whit Moody of Paint Lick visited his sister Mrs E B Lewis Sunday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE July 31We have been having some nice weather for a few days and crops aro looking GnoRev J F Phelps filled his appointment at Fairview church Saturday night and Sunday Mr Frank Simes who has been visiting friends aud relations in Rockostle for somo time loft for hit home in Muncie Ind Monday Mr W W Auglin of Disputanta attended church at Fairview Sunday J H Lambert is having a wen drilledMiss Nora Balangor of White Station in visiting her mother Mrs Jane Thomas JACKSON COUNTY EVERGREEN July 25We have been having a great deal of rain our crops are looking first ratoAll tho farmers of this settlement say their crops are better than they have been in many yearsMr John Smith of Dryfork 11last through hero on business Monday afternoon Mr J W Jones and wife were tho guests of Mr Joness father Saturday null Sunday nightMiss Gennio Gray has just returned from her visit to Louisville Sho reports u fine time Pine Grove school is getting along nicely It has more pupils than any other school in this county SAND GAP July 22Wo are still having plenty of rainAll tho farmers are through hoeing corn and are bar vesting oats Harvey Reeco has been harvesting oats for J R Durham this weekTho school at this placo is now progressing nicely J R Durham has returned homo from Indian Creek where ho is teaching school and a fine schoolwith goodnttendllncoRev Win Powell accompanied by his sou and daughter attended church at Sand Gap today There is preach ing at this place tho fourth Saturday and Sunday of every month Roy Lambert of Rockastlo Co preacheel at Clover Bottom Sunday last Henry Jones and family of Berea are visiting relatives and friends at this pjaco Miss Jinnio Brockman was tho guest of your correspondent a few days agoMargret Durham visited friends at Kerby Knob this week Aunt Jntio Durham aud grandson Bradley are visiting relatives in this place Tho orphaned children of Larking Powell who aro staying at the Louisville Masonic homo art hero visiting relatives Theywill return to Louisville tho Jltli of next mouth Tho Campbell brothers have brought a saw mill to Sand Gap It is now in operation und liunta will soon bo no scarcity C S Dm ham has been repairing his house J S Tea uo the hustling drummer was in this vicinity last week Charles Durham and brother Edward attended church nt Clover Bottom Sunday lastMrs Harvey Reoco iR- on tho sick listBerry Martin nUll family contemplate moving to llli nois in the near future DRIP ROCK July 3tMm Jane Collins died of cancer July 25 Her husband and children may well say that their lass- was her gitinG 1l Parsons am family and Mr and Miss Sparkma visited Harvey Gabbard Saturday and all went fishing in Station Cutup creoleMr James Moores and daughter of Station Camp visited I1t Turner Kelleys Saturday and Su- ndnyA social was given at Thos Eversolofl Saturday night which was attended by most all our young peo plo and also by Albert Wilson am Luther Park of Wugersvillo Jnma Bogley has returned from Ford Mrs Mary Wilson visited her brother Albert Williams of Alcorn Saturday Charles Coney of Red Lick is staying at Turner KelleysJinn Richardson went to Cincinnati Sun day George Ross wont back to Irvine today to attend court another week Harvey Ramsey has just returned from a visit to Lancaster John R Wilson and daughter visited at Drip Rock Sunday John Young aud John Smith have gone to Richmond to workC L Fowler sold n lot of saw logs to Jonah Wagers and Bud Flynn LETCHER COUNTY MAY KIND July 25A hard rain visited this place SaturdayS E Adams null wife went to II B Crafts Sunday Blaine Adams went to Thornton Sunday H B Craft and M M Holbrook have just returned from Norton Va with goOOsElijnh Warrix passed hero Sunday en route to Henry Potters Lee Webb of Craftsvillc Ky has just bought out H B Crafts store Minnie Webb of this place is on tho sick list this weekNnt Craft was here Monday on business Loyd Webb was lucre Sunday e OWSLEY COUNTY FLOYD July 20Wc hero been having nice weather for the past week The logmen have commenced hauling their logs as tho roads aro in g od81mpcSome boys on this creek are planning to go to Ohio on tho Cincinnati excursion to try to find employment theroWill Gabbard and Bros aro going into the logging business this fallThe Gabbard Bros pleased this commu city by bringing in a supply of school books They were greatl- yneededTeachers Institute will convene at Booiievillo next week James Eversolo of Manchester is visiting his daughter Mrs Milton Ileltoii of this placoH H Ricos mother paid him a visit last week Daniel Robinson of this place start ed for Ohio whro ho will work this fallOur people it seems are trying to plant settlements in Ohio Our school will now do much better as the pupils havo books Miss AI J Cost of Buffalo will the Sunday School below here Sunday Sho is a Sunday School and religious worker and wo will be glad to have her hero with us Prepares For Fever Emergencies Louisville Ky Aug 2Clty om clals Issued stringent orders to all departments to be prepared for any emergency that may develop from the yellow fever epidemic in the south and a special building la being pre pared for the Isolation of such patients Recruits Pouring In Newport Ky Aug 2 Recruits anx bus to Join tbo famous Flghtlti Fourth are pouring into Fort Thomas and It Is expected that by tho mud die of the month every company will Have Its full complement of 65 men The best material only Is taken Free Two Convicts Frankfort Ky AU 2The state prison commission paroled Oeo Mar ler of Bell county who bas been sere lag a life sentence since 1888 for mur der and Frank Hall of Johnson coun ty who had served tour years of a tenyear aanUBCft toe robbery r 1 CONDENSED NEWS Barney Trocey a traveling man Qt Chicago U in the dotoatloa camp justI outside tho corporate limits of port La suffering from yellow fever Former Conurasaronn John Daugh srty la dead at his homo In Llbertv Mo aged 48 years Mr Dougherty represented tho Third Missouri dls trlct three terms in congress The reported engagement of Miss lIYtloIhave joined In the Chinese boycott ot American vessels and merchandise- A Madrid correapondeat says that It has boon decided to hold Ute Morocco International conference at Madrid the beginning of November TUESDAYS GAMES National League CInclntt 011010200 9 2 N York 10020014 210 16 1 Overall and Street Taylor and Bow erman Umpires ODay and John stone St louis00o0030014 1 0 Boston 10120312 010 13 0 Thielman and Grady Fraser and Moran Umpire Idem Chicago 02020110000 11 0 Ihllaphla 0000003030 17 12 4 Weimer and Kline Sparks Corn don Plttlngor and Dooln Umpire Bauswlne Standing of the Clubs Clubs Won Lost P C Now York 6s 25 7t1 Pittsburg 68 34 630 Philadelphia 64 38 6117 Chicago 63 I n 5G4 Cincinnati 46 48 480 St Louis 36 GO 375 30 65 316 Brooklyn 28 G2 312 American League Washton 00001030 4 C 1 Detroit 00000000 J 9 0 tiughes and Hoydon Donovan Jus tin and Drill Umpire OLoughllu Phlla 011100100 16 13 1- Chlcago00400000004 6 0 Henley Bonder and Schrcck Al track and Sullivan Umpires McCar thy and Connor Cleveland 01000001 02 6 2 New York 10002000 3 8 3 Orth and McGuire Mooro and Be- mis Umpire Shorldan Standing of the Clubs Clubs Won Lost P C Cleveland 63 36 5911 Chicago bO 34 696 Philadelphia 60 35 588 Detroit 43 44 494 New York 40 41 494 Boston X 40 42 488 Washington 32 64 372 St Louis A 31 53 369 American Association k Toledo 3f Minneapolis G Louisville 7 Kansas City 6 Central League Wheeling 8 Dayton 7 Evan vllle 7 Terro Haute 6 11 In nlngs Springfield 6 Canton S 12 innings Grand Rapids 2 South Bend 2 Flat Blow Killed a Man Peoria Ul Aug 2Whlle engaged In a political controversy In a Sprin Bay saloon Alfred Hoshor townshIp supervisor hit Henry Abrcns alderman over the head felling hIm to tha floor and killing him The men hall been fast friends all theta life Found Floating In a Creek Omaha Neb Aug 2Tho body of I S Andrews a prominent attorney- of this city was found Coating In Cedar creek at Molllns a small station ten miles West of lattsmouth Mr Andrews disappeared from his homo a few days ago- Bought By the Bondholders Austin Tex Aug 2Tho Commer- cIal Telephone Co of Texas was sold hero at public auction for 1110000 be- Ing bought in by a committee rcpn seating the bondholders most of whom are located in Kentucky Ohio and Indiana THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati Aug LFlourWlnter patont old 4755 new 460 475 fancy old i2G465 new f25440 family 860375 extra 3325 low grade j270 290 spring patent 585C2B fancy 4304CO family I4G426 Northwestern rye 410425 Wheat Sales No2 red track 83Ya84c No 3 rod track 80c sample rod track 78c CornNo 3 mixed quotable at 65C6c on track Sales No2 white track BSc Oats Sales No7a mixed track 28c No 4 mixed track 2Sc No 3 mixed track 27c No 4 white track 2627c Chicago Aug 1WhoatNo 2 red 878aVc No 3 red new 86Q 87 lc No 2 bard now 86088c No 3 hard new 85V587c No1 Northern 110115 No 2 do Jl050110 No 3 spring 95cfl05 Live Stock Cincinnati Aug 1CatUeHeav1 steers choice 47C5 no extra ou sale butcher steers oxtra 147501 485 good to choice 4250465 half ers extra light H50 good to choice 385440 cows extra 335350 good to choice 260375 CIlIves Fair to good light 0257 Hogs Good to choice packing 605615 mixed packers 6950805 light shippers 0050620 pigs of 110 Ibs and less 55006 Sheep Extra light 14250460 heavy 3900415 stock sheep 375 476 Lambs EJrfra 725 good to choice 1gaU7JL It 1 I Happenings in Kentucky 1 COOPERAGE FIRM FAILS It la Reported That It Owes Close To 400000 Richmond Ky Aug 2W S Hume Co owners of the Humo Cooparag works said to bo tho second largest establishment of its kind In tho United States filed a deed of assignment hero naming Harvey Chenault or Richmond and Louis n Horrlngtor of Atlanta Oa assignees This move was caused by the action taken agalns the firm In the tderal court at Cov legion when a petition In bankruptcy was tiled against thorn Whllo no statement of the assets and llabllltlo has been flied It la said that tho firm owes close to 400000 Murder Mystery Unsolved Mayflold Ky AUK 2Tho special grand Jury that was called by CIrcuit Judge ntigg to Investigate the death of a man found dead two miles enst of here last December with his throat cut failed to find nn Indictment Stockman Dies Suddenly Stlthton Ky Aug 3Ucckl11 Stovall 70 a prominent farmer and stockman of this place la dead of heart falltiro Ho seemed to be in hlr usual honlth but foil In his yard and died In n few minutes John Cundlff Dead Vino Grove Ky Aug 2John Cum dirt 79 died at his home In this county Mr CundlfTs death was tho first to occur In a fatally of nine children tho youngest of whom Is now 57 years old Eat Jlmson Weeds and Die Georgetown Ky Aug 2As n to suit of oatlng Jlmson weed while at play two small children of Marmot Vllloughby a farmer living near town died and another Is dying Farm and Stock Sale I will BOM my Blue Gross Farm and stock UJKHI it ntluliHo Auction at my residence In Qnrmrd County on August 24 1005 Shill Farm ill Rituntcd within Ii stiles of Pain Lickwithin 1 tulle of Lowoll and within JOi miles of Lanonstor Tho farm consists of Pour Hutidrtu Acres of Good Ilich Lnntl iu a high statoof ciiltivnlioi Hiul well iniprovod Thoro is on tho Homo Lot of 1X acres a goal Two Story Fnilno ROIl idunctt with ton Inrgu rooms with n fine rolling Lawn Also Two TJanw Three Corn Cribs n Cnrriago house a Meat Hous au Ice IIoti8on Gmu ery i hover failing Cistorn thruo nov or failing Ionds and one Pool This 100 acres in Grass Tho remain iug 300 acres has uixin it ono largo Tobacco Barn 40 by 150 feet IOU feet of it being floored anti having racks troughs cribs stud things necessary for feeding cattle or in ul w This part of farm hanalroritunniiuuil loose with n never failingRoll Half of this lot is good Tobacco Land The Stock to bo sold couaistB of 33 headof Two year old MuleH broke to work 12 head of IIorneH tho rise of Fifteen Hands high from 40 to GO head of Cattle 25 head two Year old Steers Cows and Calves Hogs out good Black Jack foiled in 1002 fifteen hands high ono Stallion Gov Eagle sired by King Dictator lOliSS Tho farm will bo offered in Separate Lots and then an a whole nnd the way it brings the most money that way it will sold The usual lormH Seo Posters WPPrcwett Kirks ville Auctioneer Dr B Ramsey Paint Lick InDllCCTl1UIV I WM troubled with item teh trouble Tbedfordi Black roodIntorI medicIne I took In a ye rMU8 BARAU B BUIRPIELD ElletUfllle Ind Thedforda mack Draught quickly ac tion tho stomachand cures even chronic cases of indigestion If will Thedford sionaly you will keep your perfect IllEDFORDS LA ar- More DRAUGHT sickness caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfordi BlackDraught not only reliercs constipation but cures diarrh a and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular AU druggtata ell Zceu packages Thcd ford I Black Draught is the best media to regulate the bowels I have ever JI11S A H GRANT Sneads Ferry N 0- consTIPATJQfl 1 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT nettle Glpnncit Pram the Trnchlnm of All Deiioinlniillonii- Wo discover by nml by that what wo tiimn by hrlMllHiilty In the deep culture llev Or Prank eMiliO Unlii rlmi Wqrcantor MUM V Ctirtnlliin llfBn Goa- llhe goal of n Christina lift In the full stature of n titan the perfection of every faculty nml tint rick cities went of nil lots bounties llev Ise L IL Dorchester Methodist St I oum Opportunity lVir Development Tlio Immortal tiurinHH of the rlirts tutu will ever give larger opportunity for development for yu shall nwgront cr things flmti those StrvttliliiR out before every ono is the mon beautiful vista of life with tho promise of tar Rest development and the fultwt re llnIIev Dr John IJoyd Presby terian Now York An Inrrcnic or 1nltli The noel character of tile church In cronsos our faith It puts In mon mo tive tutu Incentives to 11 broader rungo of 1Ifv It gives him n breadth which cflnuot seine from tilt tower on earth Wo can truce tile wlmlani of God throngli each ono of us niul through the cliurch In till wt It tins been cast out end deiliod whenever evil hugs doiulnutcd yet lu unite of nil It poised boyoud to the life eternal It linn n work to do Just ns we all have HMion A W Wlton Methodist llaltl tnaro Advice lo Orntor Tho steamship wireless telegraphy the telephone phonograph great KIIIIIII armour plate lsok ronlh nil rejirtMent atrivlug townnl n better revelation of God mid natures Infra JCKUI thtt must ronrlDfiMf of orators used UI1t simplest fwd form nUll methods of lllti tr tloit IN his Ara blue W dealt with tmtt rivers Mum en etc subjects wMrh the hiunhli i Intellect cwuld unduwtnwl Hvory om tor Miouk model hh Inuiruneo along lines of the greatest tainllrltyRrT Dr ItUMOll H CoHwoll Haptlst Ihll ndolphta Growth its llfcn Glory The glory of life li growth Growth Is an enigma It Is too secret of prog ress Outs of the tarKMt elms In New England WM tint n twig duet was Idly thrust Into the earth and under the nwnkenlng Influence of moisture nod Rtinshhie grew to n iHotmrch Tilt doomed life to the life of suit com ptateucy HONttHi growth RAil offering H barrtw to linpre WHenL The hopeful Ufo to over op H to truth do rtrvs the right sad emven nmwhlna From brutetood to nmuliood to the highest tMnlHXHl Clirtetheod U time romanto of struggle fallur nnd vie tory the story of growth the science of evolution Itev Thoiium Ibhvnrd Iot torton Unlvenwllit Brooklyn Dlirnlty In housework The mud rush of RlrU to otllee suit factory and store iniwt be checke If dttutMttr service WM slavery they would bo wise In nvoldlni It but It to not Thuy are M free to leave It nfl hey are nity otlier kind of omplouioflt nmr on tuo wHoTe nro Snore kindly treated In It DoiiaHtlc service la stay hug with n family awhile to assist lu the duties of tho household It often Is sitter morally better phyalcnlly and on the nvprnKO the wnges are better It a Iso Is n much better preparation for the duties of wifehood nnd tnothvr ubod Let ua exalt domeatlc aunt Rive It tho status of a na wo have the cnllliiR of tho Many a domestic like Nnamana KcrvlcoImaid In ii wluclota angel In the Chicago Itov Dr John Thompson Safest Mule For a LOOK Life We have heard more lu these later days about how to live long lives titan In any previous period of the worlds history Wo nro told what to eat and what not to emit to keep our windows open nt night nnd to lake Ionic walls and never io worry even If we cannot pay our bills Tile Idea la to let the other man do the worrying and have the short life But the most ancient rule for the long life seems to have been forgotten God said to Moses to say to the children that If they would enjoy long liven nnd n permnucnt real deuce In the pn mlt cd land they must honor the father and tho mother The promise Included long life to tho IlIdlrvidual and long life to the nation who honors father nod mother la tot lowing the safest rule for n long and useful life aid la doing moro than orators In cstnbllidilnir tilt stability of the nation of which ho la n purl Itev W A Bartlett ConRrefjntlonnllst Chicago Deilre For nirrnnl Life Tliero la no greater dvalro lu the hu mar heart than the desire for eternal life While this longing U not always Uio most marked In the lives of men It being hidden by earthly desires It la i nevertheless the one great universal passion of time human heart When every man cornea to stand by the side of the great divide and there longingly looks back over his life sad tremblingly looks Into the future time thought uppermost In his ml ml la thin of nn eternal existence Hero at the grave alt humanity stands upon an equal and longs for the same thing namely eter mini life Where shall mall turn to have 0crntureScience and sits at her feet perfectly Infatuated by her mysteries and yet there finds no aatlsfactlon Ho walks through the winding paths of Philoso phys gardens drinking In her beauties and at last fluids himself at the point from which he started None of them have satisfied Turning then to the religion of Christ bo asks from It his 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