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HHIHH+t++IIHJIHI BEREA L E TUPPER start at Ilit rotlojfltv flail tnntt +l11111HtH Fivo cents a copy BEREA COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 17 1905 One dollar a year NO9 IThe Noblor AmbitionIlily Ixo KalrrhIM In One urnl hot sand upon Ih tnollllllllllOII where bit winds blow and there In litho room In onltr to lIflffll It lio but slot Down In tin valleysnd help mike that bloom One need not Teed in innr In the flel IIAlul thin tnml world with Jovon dread Ihun tiers Jar To win it TidrltM crown II ho but wield The wmid of leeeualso prevent a war IN OUR OWN COUNTRY HIOWH that tho tuinMrnnco and good roads candidatea WOII nil iinmitintcd- Tho Conuniltoo on Insurance for tho American liar Association IIIIR re porlod art follows insurance Second The repeal of nil valued policy law- nTlilrdA tiniforui urn policy the terms of which shall Ira ftjMciflciilly defined FourthTho repeal of nil rolnlla tory tilt law- nFifthStricter incorporation JIIWill1- Itill sttvernl States nn thuy affect till creation of liiHiininw companies ii Fednrnl statute prohibiting thUIIO of tho mails to nllllOrtlOIIIInAAOOlatiouR or corK ratinns IraiiRactitif hiiHiniw of iiihiirnnco in disregard of Staloor Federal regulations President Itoowvult in said to IH in favor l11tlJumlKIIJlOnIAlon of inmir y unco 11 is Raid that II live volcano throw tug off molten loco and in nclivo oiKirnlion has IMMUI discovered in linmbolt county Xovadn During tho fiscal year just Kissed our iniKiU from Cuba wren Sua li 001 and our oxp arts SSS7UnOO The increase in our oxx rtH during the year has tevn 1001185 or about forty per crud Government him vory projwrly uxer ctowl moderation in nttenipting to cnforc the criminal provisions of tho atatnlo lint it IIIIH IXeu our convio tioti that in some casts such an that of nt Irani certain of tilt peed puckum recently indicted in Chicago it IN impoMnililo to show leniency Claims aggregating f XXOOfl francs ouibontuuQ million dollars hold by tho French Governiiiunl against Venezuela hnvo IHOII allowed by IMereo Pnink Plnndy of North field Vonnont to whom they had IxHti referred for a derision and final adjudication AlrPluml1M n quiet mode country lawyer hut hits knowlwlgo of law commondcd him to President Uoowvilt in who hinds was placed tho appointment of tho referee A communication from Iorry county informs tm of tho nwtilU of u contested primary election A very small was used nnd thcroforo thoru vns no serious trouble notwilliHtiinding tho iutt of Tho writer speaks intmsiantlcnily of the county Us roads HH school its resources and its iwoplo null of its futtiru con Hidoring the conning of tho now rail road to n711n1 Tho Insurance CoinmissionorH ol Kentucky Tiiinwwee Louisiana hold n oonfoanco in New York and dccidtnl to begin the Investigation of tho threw big life iiiHtirnnco coin pa ohs on October 1 Tho Now York Lifo will Iw tho first subjected to scrutiny Other Stales nro planning investigations Work on tho now capitol was begun Monday morning by tho Lontavillo contractors who have tho foundation czcniition work FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Czar of Russia was expected to mnko the nnnonncomcnt of the now National Assembly week on tin ntudverwiry of tho Cznrowitchn birth but will not do soit to wild until tho outcome of tho 1oaco Conforenco IH known The condition of tho farming com Inanity around Savlllo Spain is be coming desporulo Thotmnnda of laborers Iwing without bread or other food have been reduced to eating tho roots of wild plants Dread riots are said to have occurred at many jwints whore bakeries are located The local authorities are uuublo to cotM with tho distress nod are appealing to tho cen tral government for help Tho Chinese boycott against Amer lean goods continues the Presidents message insuring admission to Amer lea and courteous treatment to Chi nest travelers and students having been without effect Them President has called the attention of thin Chi nese government to time breach of tho treaty provisions in tho refusal to allow American goods to bo lauded at Shanghai tsntferTHE CITIZEN kVOL Republicau proit1illJt llqunS u STILL CONFERRING The Crisis In tho Peace Negotla tions nt Portsmouth Is Ap proaching llapidly A DEADLOCK IS LOOKED FOR Two More of the Twelve Articles of Peace Numbers I and G Were Disposed of Tuesday Stumbling Block Will Be the Cession of the island of Sakhallen and the Amount of the Indem nity To Be Paid Portsmouth N It Aug IGTho crl pence negotiations upon which tho oyus of tho world Is fast cued Is approaching rapidly and the end of this week or tho first of next at tho latest should witness tho dead lock nnd the end If tho conference Is to go to pieces Two moro of the 12 articles Nos 4 and 6 were disposed of Tuesday Article 4 consists of mu luau pledges to observe mho Integrity of China and tho policy of the open door for tho commerce of all nations and article C covers the surrender 01 tho Russian louses to tho Ltootunt peninsula Port Arthur Rainy and the lilondo and Elliott Islands Article G the consideration of which was ixstponcd until later provides for mho coMlon of time Island of Sakhallen Discussion appearing useless at this stage on account of tho firm negative given In tho Russian reply It was de aided upon tho motion of tho Japan ass to defer Us discussion thus re voallng the Japanese Intention of post poning to limo end the life and death struggle This Is the usual procedure followed In diplomatic negotiations enabling the negotiators to come to an accord upon all possible points before attack- Ing tho oracle Issues and the fact that tho Russians acquiesced In time proposition shows that they too areas careful and as anxious as are the Japanese that tho world should not aoouse them of being responsible foi precipitating the break If break there j Is to be and wrecking the conference sign Bo SignI quos tcal mo mont for bargain and compromise ar- rlvefufThen hurriedly thesIast truuiiI cards and tho game is done Am- thoro It growing hopo of compromise To the oloBsl observers tho final so lullon begins to crystnllio quite natur- llythe Russian yielding the cession of Sakhallen Japan foregoing th cost of the war but taking compcn ration In the nonce to be refunded t Japan by China on account of the transfer to her of tho Chinese Hasten railroad which Russia contends be long to a private corporation therefore unconflscablo by Japan the RUB xinn government property In Port Ar thur and Dalny and remuneration for the maintenance of tho 100000 Russian prisoners In Japan According tc alreadyIooured slat upon a foe who has still malt a million men confronting her In the Hold tooting the bill for the cost of time war as tho price of peace would tht Itusslans say chango tho character ol the military struggle henceforth fruit ono for certain principles to one for tho exaction of blood money All l questions relating to Korea and Man cnurla except the cession of the Chi nee Eastern railroad nnd tho main Siberian line running through North ern Manchuria with tho station Man chtirla on the Amur via Harbin tc ariTHE JAPANESE TROOPS They Are Reported To De Anxious T Commence Operations London Aug IGThl Times correspondent with Ion Nogls headquar tarp In the Hold sonda tho followIng dispatch dated August 12 by way oh Fusan The Japanese army Is anx lOlls to commonco operations The higher officers do not bollovo that th u military progress has been sufflclcnl lo justify tho expectation that Russia will concede time terms necessarily ro quired by Japan If tho war continuo e tho nature of tho country and of time conditions point to tho likelihood that future operations will bo restricted tc tho neighborhood of tho railway Wide turning movements as suggested in tho press are not likely to bo features of tho campaign nor Is it possible that any great military results will on suo this year The Famine In Andalusia Cadiz Aug IG1ho famine whIch commenced last March has now reach cd tho point of actual starvation throughout tho fertile valley of Anda lust Tho workmen are unable to lie cure food They aro too weak to work and are becoming desperate Monument To Count Sclopsls Milan Aug IGKlng Victor Emmanuel has Inaugurated a movement for time erection of n monument to Count Sclopsls who was president of the tribunal of arbitration which me at Geneva In 1871 and 1872 to settli the Alabama clalmtL EXPERT GUITERAS After Making an Inspection of the Gulf Cities He Arrives in New Orleans TO GIVE HIS ASSISTANCE THERE Doctor Made an ItI tIN tlou of Infected Points and Was Wen Pleased With Situation There Was An Improvement Tuesday Both At To New Cases and Death and More Hopeful View Are Entertained Now Orleans Aug 16 Official report to G p m Tuesday New cases GZi total to date tOSO deaths Gi to tal 172 new foci 19i total to date 229 cases under treatment 384 Now Orleans Aug IGThe arrival of Dr John Qulteras the Cuban yellow fever expert and his tour of the fover1IIltllatlonan CUjbonlie landed first In Florida thcnco went to Mobile Inquired tlons on the gulf coast of 1181118slllllll proIvlousappearance of yellow fever and when the mosquito theory had not been den onstrated On his arrival Dr Gultcras wont Im mediately to tho offlce of the marine hospital service for an Interview with Surgeon White Dr White went at length lute tho conditions prevailing and described tho progress of the cam paign Later In tho day Dr Qultcras Joined Drs Corput and Richardson of the marine hospital staff for a tour of tho old French market quarter where the fever first appeared and whoro It hllll raged fiercely Ho wont first to the emergency hospital Was Favorably impressed Dr Qulteras was very favorably Im pressed with the equipment of tho lies pital and praised the excellence of Its management Afterwards he toured the Infected quarter On every lido ho saw evidences of tho thoroughness with which the mariner hoipltal sere ice has conducted Its fight to elimi nate the mosquito from tho district Dr Oultoras was thoroughly pleased with the results of his Inspection and expects to see here universal accept ance of the mosquito theory at tho end of tho present campaign Tho situation Tuesday showed an Improvement both as to new cases and deaths considering the totals of last week and while tho marine hospi tal officials are unwilling to be quoted now they lire known to entertain most hopeful views Time results achieved to date have met their expectations When Dr While and his assistants cane here they realized that there WaS every prospect that time fever might Jet beyond control from the suppros ii of cases and there was a note of palmlsm In their privately expressed views When the service took hold Dr White said ho looked for a largo number of cases to bo reported dally for some time with perhaps a corre sponding Increase In the number of deaths but saw advantage In such a result because It meant a surer hold on the situation Dr Whites predic lion was verified for tho dally last week exceeded In high water mark previously healthi for any day by tho city board of the tide reaching Its height on Sat tday Since there has been a decline from tho maximum which Is taken to mean that tho city was so thoroughly finecombed that the number of hidden cases still existing Is Insignificant and that with the relentless destruction of stegomyla that has taken place the now cases must hereafter fall far no low the climax of last week SCOURGE NEAR CHICAGO A Case at Waterford Ind Said To Be Yellow Fever Laporto Ind Aug 16Mrs Fred Shrove of Waterford this county re turned last Friday from tho fever stricken districts where she had beon at the bedside of two sisters who suc cumbed to a scourge which physicians termed swamp fever both cases re stilling fatally within 24 hours after they wore stricken Returning home Mrs Shrovo was advised that her mother was In tho throes of death Tuesday physicians reported Mrs Shrove fatally 111 with a scourge which they diagnose as yellow fever This county Is next to Illinois and Water- ford Is not far from Chicago Tho Ijiporto county board of health has established a quarantine around the home of Mrs Shrove C it O Road Quarantines Portsmouth 0 Aug 16Local Agent D A Grimes received a circu mar letter from General Passenger Agent H W Fuller of the Chesapeake A Ohio saying that the road haul quar antined against New Orleans and tho south Under no conditions will tick ets be sold any further south than Memphis or Nashville BLOWN TO ATOMS Nine Italians in a Construction Camp Were Killed by a I Dynamite Explosion t i THEIR HUT WAS DEMOLISHED Thru Death of These Men May Cause Complications Ilctwecn the United States and Italy The Deed Is Thought To Be Only An other Chapter In a Feud Between a Gang of Desperadoes and Italians Elklns W Va Aug IGNlno Ital land wero blown to shreds and theIr hut rcUuced to atoms by a dynamite at limo construction camp of Duijlevy Dros about six miles from nurbln early In the morning This is thought to be only another chapter In feu4 between a gang of desperadoes and Italians Time crime was not discovered until dayoreak when mem berk of the camp ran across the grew sonlo spectacle of parts of anatomies of the foreigners hanging to tho trees Tho deed was premeditated but there Is do trace of Its perpetrators Tho death of thoso Italians may cause Inter atlonal complications INVESTIGATION MADE Many Tunnels In Chicago Caused the Streets and Buildings To Settle Chicago Aug lThe commission of engineers John M Bwon Edward C Shockland and Louis E IUtter ap jiolnteil by time commissioners of pub lie works to examine tile underground tunnels In this city has made Its re portThe commission has been unablo to nndal1oJ evidence of any settlement ducf to the tunnels constructed under air pressure A number of cases of settlement of streets and buildings wore traced to work not done under air pressure and unless some other moans of operation are adopted or the greatest care taken In construction there may be further settlement On July 31 1905 there havo been completed practically 33 miles of tun nels and the work Is proceeding at the rate of COO feet por day THE FkfiDINQOFCATTlEr Secretary of Agriculture Promised To Modify the Order Chicago Aug 1C Secretary of Ag riculture Wilson hold a conference with about 50 cattlemen at the stock yards exchange on tho subject of live stock transportation Tho cattlemen made It plain to the secretary that they woro opposed to tho law which requires shippers to feed and rest cat tie every 28 hours on tho journey oast They wanted It extended to 38 hoursSecretary Wilson told the stockmen he could not change tho law but agreed to modify the order which now limits tho number of cattlo In cars when they are fed en route Murder and Suicide Anniston Ala Aug IGJohn Job olos formerly of Birmingham fatally shot Miss Lola McDriuc 22 and then fired a bullet Into tits own brain dying Instantly The tragedy occurred wherqJabeles HIHHII +tFIHJ1++H+Ht A Family Newspaper tIt Jrr rtti ttttt VII MADISON anti nnd this Thri most explosion oo+1 1 rHMOif 7ieoattibiw1- i tjj fLthn3na7r f tf1il ir1ytCwSrw laeiobl July 27 1905 1 BAGiAN OLD SHOT Is neither fireproof nor buglar proof Our fireproof vault and our absolute burglarproof timelock safe are at YOUR service free Small accounts are as welcome as the larger ones Start ac I rainyday1 fund and 1 watch it grow We want to help you save your mono Come in and lets talk it over t 1If ca1f +0 0 tt t i- L I Youre Invited To pay our store a lengthy call that you may inspect tho largest newest best bought stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky COME LOOKErAMINECOMPARE nUll PRICE Our goods are all for sale wo advertise antI encourage home buying rind we dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices anti Judges of Quality will all testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE They Fit they Wear they Satisfy 1Our Big 4 saves money by ii we at this sale areI all new and less a ago and you are sure to get the for the I cost in and go no the loss 1 I t I I t I I I r l IOLIVEREverybody trading a- tWELCH5S1 1 Continuance of our Great MidSummer i To Sept 1st IThe goods offer uptodate bought than year very best lowest possible prices Everything Clothing Shoes must matter what Eight Pages SHOES Bargains in Suits 1600 Suits for 1100 1200 Suits for 900 1000 Suits for 750 76O Suits for 6OO Bargains in Shoes 400 Shoes for 325 360 Shoes for 290 3OQ Shoes for 240 26O Shoes for 215 200 Shoes for 165 New Cash StoreBerea Ky 00 Rhodus Prop C THREE GIFTS I am curtained away from the night On the hearth the fire burnt bright My lamp la trimmed and lit And I lit In the glow of It An each moment fades and dies In my heart these thoughts arise I thank Thee 0 God for Fir As I watch the names aspire My thought too soars above To the Heart of Infinite love May my soul burn and glow As more of Thyself I know I I thank Thee 0 God for Light As I sit by the lamp tonight This prayer 0 Lord Is mlnel That I too may softly shine To guide to bless to cheer Thy children 0 Father dear I thank Thee O God for Home How many there are who roam Far from the Fathers root Holding themselves aloof May my door be open wide To Thy wandering ones outsider Warmth Is the heart of Fire Oh may my fond desire J Be gracious Friend to prove Tho depth and the breadth of Love So kindle more love divine In my heart by tho love In Thlnel Cheer is the soul of the Lamp Tho the night be dark and damp And the merciless pelting rain Beats on my window pane provallIfatll Love Is the center of Home Wheneer its Inmates come Love greets them and leads them la To her Innermost shrine within 80 Lord In my heart and face May Love find a dwelling place LoYII I I Helen Knight Wyman In Congregation I alls Dri and I By IRVING BACHELLER Authcr of Eben Holden Dtrrel of the Dleued Isles Etc P1 Oopjrtsht 1901 by Lothrop rabUiaiag Company CHAPTER I v A poet may be a good companion but so far as I know ho Is ever the worst of fathers Even as grand father he Is too near for one poet can lay u streak of poverty over three gen erations Doubt not I know whereof I speak dear reader for my mothers father was a poeta French poet too whose lines had crossed the Atlantic long before that summer of 1770 when he came to Montreal Ho died there leaving only debts and those who had great need of a better legacymy mother and grandmother- As to my father he had nono of that fatal folly In him Ho was a mountaineer of Vermonta man of steely sinews that took well to the grip of a sword He cut his way to fame in the northern army when the British came first to give us battle and a bloody way it was I have now a faded letter from Ethan Allen grim old warrior in which he calls my father the best swordsman that ever straddled a horse Ho was a gallous chap In his youth so said my grandmother with a great love of good clothes and gunpowder He went to Montreal as a boy to be educated took lessons in fencing fought a duel ran away from school and came home with little learning and a wife Punished by dis inheritance he took a farm and left the plow to go into battle I wonder often that my mother could put up with the stress and hardship of his life for she had had gentle breeding of which I know little until I was grown to manhood when I came to know also what a woman will do for the love of her heart 1 remember well those tales of knights and ladles she used to tell me ns wo sat together of an evening and also those adventures of her own knight my good father in the war with the British My love of arms and of a just quarrel began then After the war came hard times My father had not prospered handsomely when near the end of the summer of 1803 ho sold his farm and we all started west over rough trails and roadways There were seven of us bound for the valley of the St Law rencemy father and mother my two sisters my grandmother Drl the hired man and myself then a sturdy boy of ten We had an oxteam and cart that carried our provision the sacred feather beds of my mother and some few other things We drove with us the first flock of sheep that ever went west There were 40 of them and they filled our days with trouble But for our faithful dog Hover I fear wo should have lost heart and left them to the wild wolves The cart had a low cover of canvas and my mother and grand mother sat on the feather beds and rode with small comfort even whero the roads were level My father lot the carry my little pet rooster in a basket that hung from the cartaxle when not in my keeping The rooster bed a harder tlmo than any of us I fancy for the days were hot and the roads rough He was always panting with open mouth and thoughtful eye when I lifted the cover But every day he gave us an example of cheerful ness not wholly without effect He crowed triumphantly betimes in the hot basket even when he was being tumbled about on the swamp ways Nights I always found a perch for him on the limb of a tree above the reach of predatory creatures Every morn zg as the dawn showed faintly In the treetops he gave It a lusty cheer flapping his wings with all the seem ing of delight Then often while the echo rang I would open my eyes and watch the light grow in the dusky ravcrn of the woods Ho would sit dozing awhile after the first outbreak and presently as the flood of light grew clearer lift himself a little take an other peep at the sky and crow again turning his head to hear those weird mocking roosters of the timberland Then shortly I would hear my father poking the fire or saying as he patted the rooster Sass em back ye noisy little brat Theta right holler Toll Drl Its time V bring some wood fer the fire In a few minutes the pot and kettle would bo boiling and the camp all astir We had trout and partridge and venison aplenty for our meals that were served in dishes of tin Break fast over we packed our things Tho cart went on ahead my father bring ing the oxen while I started the sheep with DrI Those sheep were as many thorns in our flesh that day we made off in tho deep woods from Lake Champlain Travel was new to them and what with tearing through thickets and run ning wild in every slash they kept us Jumping When they were legweary and used to travel they began to go quietly But slow work it was at best 10 or 12 miles a day being all we could do for the weather was hot and our road like the way of tho transgressor Our second night In the woods we could hear the wolves howling as we camped at dusk We built our fire near the shore of a big pond Its still water framed In tho vivid green of young tamaracks A great hill rose on the farther side of It with galleries of timber sloping to the summit and peopled with many birds We huddled the sheep together in a place where the trees were thick while father brought from the cart a coil of small rope We wound it about tho trees so the sheep were shut in a little yard After supper we all sat by the fire while Dri told how he had been chased by wolves in tho beaver country north ofusDrl was an odd character He had his own way of expressing the three degrees of wonder admiration and surprise Jcrushyl accented on the second syllable was the positive Jorushy Jane tho comparative and Jerushy Jane Pepper tho super lative Who that poor lady might be I often wondered but never ventured to Inquire In times of stress I have heard him swear by Judas Priest but never more profsfcely In his youth he had been a sailor on the Inks DRI PULLED UP SUDDENLYAND LISTENED PEEVING INTO THE DUSKwhen artist of the needle had tattooed a British jack on the back of his left handa thing he covered of shame now when he thought of It His right hand had lost Its forefinger in a sawmill His rifle was dIstin- guished by the name of Beeswax Or Beeswax he called it sometimes for no better reason than that it was easy spoke an had a kind uv a pow erful soun tew it He had a nose like a shoemakers thumb there was a deep curve from its wide Up to his forehead Ho had a large gray in quiring eye and the watchful habit of the woodsman Somewhere in the midst of a story he would pause and peer thoughtfully into the distance meanwhile feeling the pipestem with his lips and then resume the narra tive as suddenly as he had stopped He was a lank and powerful man six feet tall in his stockings He wore a thin beard that had the appearance of parched grass on his ruddy countenance In the matter of hair nature had treated him with a generosity most unusual His heavy shock was sheared off square above his neck That evening as be lay on his elbow in the firelight Drl had just entered the eventful field of reminiscence The women were washing the dishes my father had gone to the spring for wa ter Drl pulled up suddenly lifted hIs hat of faded felt and listened peer lag Into tho dusk Seems t mo them wolves is cumin nearer he said thoughtfully Their cries were echoing in the far timber We all rose and listened In a moment my father canto hurrying back with his pall of water Dr17 said he quietly as he throw some wood on the fire they smell mutton Mek tho guns ready We may SIt a few pelts Theres a big bounty on em here In York state We all stood about tho fife listening as the wolves came nearer Its the sheep thet brings em said mytather- Quite a consldable number on em tew said Dri as ho stood cleaning the bore of his rifle My young sisters began to cry u t Need nt be scalrt said father They wont como very near Fralder of us n wo are o em a good deal Towww said Drl with a laugh Theyll be apt f stub ther toes fore they git very nigh us This did not quite agree with the tales ho had previously been telling I went for my sword and buckled Its belt about me tho scabbard banging to my heels Presently some creature came bounding over tho brush I saw him break through the wall of dark ness and stop quickly in tho firelight Then Drl brought him down with his rifleStarted him up back there n the woods a few mild said Drl Ho was mekin fer this ere pond thets what he was dewln What forT I inquired Cause fer the reason why ho knowcd to would nt inch no tracks n the water ner no scent said DrI with some show of contempt for my IgnoranceThe lay floundering In tho briers some 50 feet away My father ran with his knife and put him quickly out of misery Then wo hauled tho carcass to clear ground Lot It Ho where t la fer now said ho as we came back to tho fire Then he got our two big traps out of the cart and set them beside tho carcass and covered them with leaves The howling of tho wolves had ceased I could hear only the creaking of a dead limb high above us and tho bellow of frogs in tho near pond We had fastened the trap chains and were com ing back to the fire when the dog rose barking fiercely then wo heard the crack of Drls rifle More n 50 wolves eroun hero he whispered as wo ran up to him Never see sech a snag on em The steep were stirring nervously Near the pen a wolf lay licking where Drl had dropped him Rest on em snooked off when tho gun hollered ho went on whispering as before My mother and grandmother sat with my slsttrs In the cart hushing their murmurs of fear Early in the evening I had tied Rover to tho cart wheel where ho was growling hotly Impatient of the leash ScoT said Drl pointing with his finger Seo tmthore n tho dark by thet air big hemlock We could make out a dim stir In the shadows whore ho pointed Presently we heard tho prang and rattle of a trap As we turned that way tho other trap took told hard as It sprang wo could hear a wolf yelp Meks em holler said Drl thet ol hetrap does when It tells holt Stay here by tho sheep n Ill go over n give em somethln fer spralnt ankles Other wolves were swarming over tho dead deer and tho two in tho traps were snarling and snapping at them My father and DrI fired at the bunch killing one of the captives and another the largest wolf I ever saw The pack had slunk away as they heard the rifles Our remaining captive strug gled to get free but In a moment Dri had brained him with an ax lIe and my father reset our traps and hauled tho dead wolves into tho firelight There they began to skin them for the bounty was 10 for each in the new townsa sum that made our adventure profitable I built fires on the farther side of the sheep and as they bright ened I could see hero and there the gleaming eyes of a wolf In the dark ness I was up all night heaping wood upon tho fires while DrI and my father skinned the wolves and dressed the deer They had just finished when the cock crow Holler ye goldum little cuss Dri shouted as he went over to him Cant no enookln wolf crack our tones fer us Peeled em thets what we done tew em Tuk n knocked em head over heels Judas Priest He can peck a mans finger some cant heT Tho light was coming and he went off to the spring for water while I brought the spider and pots The great greenroofed temple of the woods that had so lately rung with the howl of wolves began to fill with far wandering echoes of sweet song They was a big cat over there by tho spring las night said Dri awe all sat down to breakfast Tracks bigger n a griddle I Smelt the mut ton mos likely Like mutton I Inquired Ylsslreo they dew said he Kind o mincepie fer em Like deer meat tew Snook eroun the ponds after dark Ef they see a deer n the water they wallop Im quicker n Ughtnin Jump right in kslap n tek inWe wero off at sunrise on a road that grew rougher every mile At noon we came to a river so swollen as to make a dangerous ford After dinner my father waded In going hips under where the water was deep and swift Then he cut a long pole and took my mother on his shoulders and entered the broad stream steadying himself with the pole When she had got down safe on the other side he came back for grandmother and my sisters and took them over in the same way Dri meanwhile bound up the feather beds and carried them on his head leaving the dog and mo to tend the sheep AH our blankets and clothing were carried across In the same manner Then I mounted the cart with my rooster lashing the oxen till they took to the stream They had tied the bellwether to tho axle and as I started men and dog drove the sheep after mo The oxen wallowed In the deep water and our sheep after some hesitation began to swim The big cart floated like a raft part of the way and we landed with no great difficulty Farther on the road became nothing better than a rude trail where frequently we had to stop and chop through heavy logs and roll them away Oa a steep hillside the oxen fell break tat the tongue and the cart tipped aide wise id rolled tOttom op Iyroos ter was badly flung shout and began crowing and flapping as the basket settled When I opened It he flow out running for his life as If finally resolved to quit us Fortunately we were all walking and nobody was hurt My father and Drl wero busy half a day righting up as they called It mending the tongue and cover and getting the cart on Its wheels and down tho steep pitch After two days of trail travel we came out on tho Chateougay road stopping awhile to bait our heop and cattle on the tame grass and tender briars It was a great joy to see the clear road with hero and there a settlers cabin Its yard aglow with the marigold the hollyhock and tho fra grant honeysuckle We got to the tavern at Cbateaugay about dual and put up for the night as becomes a Chris tianNext afternoon we camo to rough roads again camping at sundown along tho shore of a noisy brook The dog began to bark fiercely while supper was making and scurried off into a thicketDrl stooping over cooking the meat He rose and listened Thet air dogs n lectio scalrt said ho Guess we better go n see whut s the matter Ho took his rifle and I m sword I never thought of another weapon making oft through the bn sh The dog camo whining to Drl awl rushing on eager for us to follow We hurried after him and In a momroit Drl and the dog who wero ahead of me halted suddenly Its a painter said Drl as I cent up Seo 1m In thet air treetip Ill larrup Im with 01 Beeswax then jes like es not holl melt some music Better grab bolt o the dog T wont dew fer im to git tow rambunctious er the fust thing ho knows ho wont hey no insides In Im I could see the big cat clinging high in the top boughs of a birch and looking calmly down at us The tree top swayed quivering aa It held the great dun beast My heart was like to smother mo when Dri raised his rifle and took aim The dog broke away at the crack of it Tho painter reeled and spat then ho came crash ing through tho branches striking right and left with his fore paws save himself He hit the ground toIily and tho dog was on him painter lay as If dead Before I get near Rover began shaking him by the neck lIe came to suddenly and struck the dog with a front claw drag ging him down A loud yelp followed the blow Quick as a flash 0 rl caught the painter by tho tall and one hind leg With a quick surge of his great slouching shoulders lie flung him at armslength Tho lithe body doubled on a tree trunk quivered and sank down as tho dog came free In a jiffy I had run my sword through the cats belly and made an end of him Knew f he got them hind hooks t on thet air dog hed rake his ribs right off said Drl as ho lifted his hat to scratch his head Would nt V loft nothln but tho backbonenut a thingan that would nt a been a real fuelclass one nuther When Drl was very positive his words wero well braced with negatives We took tho painter by the hind legs and dragged him through tho bushes to our camp Tho dog had a great rip across his shoulder where the claws had struck and made furrows but ho felt a mighty prldo In our capture and never bad a better appetite for i meal To Be Continued The Limit Clara Im afraid Charles Is a hope less gambler Belle Why Because when bo threw a dollar Into tho collection box at tho charity concert be tossed It to see If it would camo down head or tall up on the plate Detroit Free Press Tender Grub for Tenderfoot A fastidious and correct Bostonian oa a tour through the west ncontly stopped over night at a small town In the Indian territory Feeling a little Indisposed in tho morning as a result of tho unaccustomed crudeness of the environment he searched tho breakfast menu in vain for some such dainty as chickens livers en Brochette Finally he ordered soft boiled eggs and cream toast and received a severe shock aa the stentorian volco of tho waiter roared through the room Four In water four minutesand a graveyard stewlDoston Budget Very Porous It is really ridiculous sari Mr FlU to seo the style the Henclerbya put on when everyone knows that they nib as poor asas poor aa Plaster suggested tho youthful son and heir Poor aa whatr Poor as plaster porous plaster dont you know Now look here Mrs F if you donl send that Impudent kid to bed in five minutes Ill thrash him till he cant stand Im not going to have any new humorists in this house Sfnlthi Weekly Unbiased Criticism What would you do Nora asked the young lady of the housemaid If you could play the piano the same as I dot- Sure an 01 wouldnt be afther gettla discouraged at all at all ro plied Nora Old kape rolght on lam In till 01 could play dacentlyCln clnnatl Inquirer tie Was Wllllnsr Mrs HenpeckWhat do you tiJaK of giving me for a birthday prejtwt HenpeckGreat to whom could I give you I really bavmt aa enemy In the world Catholic tadsand and Times I IA NOVEL PAPER BOX for Forming a Perfect Ou Out of Heavy Paper Fun for the Bolny Day Cut a Bevenlnch square from heavy paper and fold firstthrough the center corners to corners next fold each cor ner to center line thirdly fold each corner to line beyond center continue folding until you have a square of squares as the dotted lines In the cut In llcato Now wo are ready to do some cutting The threecornered pieces marked X must como out Then cut the slots marked C allowing the small squares DIAGRAM OF BOX to turn in forming the corners of the box The slits marked A are cut In the cen ter of the points and those marked It ire cut from opposite silo of the other two points and then fold to the center of tho point making It possible to slip the one point through the allt In the other point When both sides are carefully dosed you havo a very pretty and unique little souvenir box When filled with small candles they make nice bonbon boles for a childrens party Tho boxes may be made In tnnnyefeee says the Peoples Home Journal and different colors a group of them hung from ribbons are a pretty ornament and the ranking of them will hOlp to pans away a rainy afternoon TO MAKE AN AUTO BOAT Made of Tinfoil or Very Thin Wood It Will Do Same Surprising Stunts Cut a boat about lire or six indies long out of a place of fine tinfoil or very thin light wood Leave DM stern flat and cut a Vshaped opening Ito upbymaking a mast of a blade of straw Little sailors cut out of colored paper may be added aa crow Set tho boat carefully Into the water Tben with a syringe or a slue tube or even a smal spoon if nothing also Is convenient place a single drop of al cohol very carefully on tho atom of the little ship right at the Vehaped open Ing so that part of the alcohol will touch the water At once the boat will start ahead with quite a violent jerk Why And It will keep going ahead Why Because explains the Boston Globe the pure water at tub bow and tides of the tiny ship Is not so dense as the water mixed with alcohol at the stern Therefore tho pressure Is greater at tho stern and tho boat naturally moves ahead OH ether chloroform and other sim- Ilar substitutes will produce the same effect Best of all Is camphor Place a little lump on the stern of the vessel and you will not only got motion but alto a vapor that stimulates smoke The boat will continue to go BO long as tho camphor lasts If you will take cafe to remove tho thin fatty film that forms over tho water after enough camphor has beta liberated to spread Take It up with a coarse rag or a blotter and the camphor auto boat will run aa long aa the camphor holds out YonT- he Your Eye Will next time your crowd la around you just say None of you has an eyo that Is any rood I guaran tee that not a single eye In tho crowd can see straight Of course the chal lenge will bo taken up t Then you need take only a shoot of thin pasteboard a visiting card la tho- beatand punch a tiny hole In It with a pin Olvo It to any ono in the gath ering and tell him to hold the card up toward a strong light BO that the little hole will bo about eight Inches from the eye Then give him tho pin and tell him to hold It head up between his eye and the hole in the card This is what ho will BOO The pin that ho Is holding will Bcem to van- Ish and Instead of it there will be an Image of a pin upside down In the air ehlnd the little hole In the card No matter who tries It tho result will be the aamo Cincinnati Tribune A Game for Rainy Days An amusing pastlmo is to have a ring hung from tho chandelier at a convenient distance from the floor Each child must walk directly up to the ring and without hesitating try to run a pencil through the ring This Bounds very easy but if you try It yourself you will be surprised hair dlf ficult It really la PEANUT DOLLS Runty Creaturea Which May Be Made Out of the Edible Little JOoota Very odd and funny and Instructive peanutsYouand little papoose John Chinaman a Japanese lady Dutch woman Norman peasant woman with high white cap a witch in peaked hat and rod cloak a wizard arrayed In startrimmed cloak and high hat a Hindoo Yogi with white turbaned head a gypsy and many other characters In this jolty company The peanuts are threaded whole upon coarse whlto twine this the length of the nuts Very short nuts are used for feet and hands and the round single nuts for the heads says tho Cincinnati CommercialTribune A thick peanut forms tho body or II more bulk la required use two Long slender nuts form the arms and legs Now for the wigs For tho orientals use horsehair or tho hair filling of a cushion gluo the locks In place fcnd then fasten on the bead covering New rope if combed out flno will make a splendid flaxen wig by coloring It you can have an auburn or brown tint Fasten this wealth of hair with a jaun ty bow Outline the features with Ink The wigs of the wizard and the yogi should bo white use cotton picked out fluffy and gluo In place so It will fall long over tbo shoulders and make flowing beards Material for the dresses can be oi tissue or crepe paper In gay colors or from the Bcrapbag Tho garb of the Chinaman will bo silk cut the two garments from paper patterns the shoulders naturally are very narrow Gilt paper will bo very useful to help decorate the gypsy and yogi dresses It li only half the fun to make and dress these curious little figures They can be made to net on a miniature stage like little puppets LITTLE MOTHERS IN JAPAN Girls of the Flower Kingdom Tend Baby and Play Their Games at the Same Time The little girls of Japan are real little mothers Many a small maiden In Japan goo out to her games of tag and house tag ball with a wee slsteror brothsrtisd JAPANESE OWLS TENDING DART on her back with the big broad sass which she always wean Sometimes she turns the baby around as you see In the picture and plays she la a pilgrim carrying the Goddess of Mercy on her back while the other children pretend to worship tho goddess The Wrens Funny Nest The mother wren with her saucy tall titled at a saucy angle loved to come around the lattices and porches of the house to make her homo A grayhaired gentleman sitting quietly reading on his front porch ont morning watched her with a mixture of amusement and affection till she flitted out of view Presently be felt the flutter of wings around his head and then a pair ot small feet rested there It was the wrenA most vigorous pulling and tugging at his hair betrayed the purpose of the enterprising little bird When sho had secured what site cou carry of the soft white hair she new away returnI- ng aow and then for another supply A Career for Elephants Elephants that pile teak logs aa evenly as coolies do and take care of children moro tenderly than some hu man beings and do other clever and remarkable things have been made known to us by travelers In India Now an Englishwoman tells of one who Is what may bo called a general drudge In a hospital in Ceylon Ono day a patient dropped a pill which rolled beyond his reach Tho elephant picked It up and placing It In the mans open mouth blew It down his throat This story will go with that about tho man who was ordered by his veterinary to blow a certain powder through a tube down his horses throat The horse blew first Youtba Companion THE NURSERY LID The eyes so full of mlschUf In deep repose lie hid Calm silence reigns Tile Land VM- la sitting on the 11- 4N Y un i M An Engagement Kiss Original I I was In a frnino of mind to got nil the trot lint could bo posulbl1 extract itl from two weeks vncnlloii I ox traded BO much In the lint twenty four hours that but I aiitlclputL1 1 nllKliUM ut the lintel Knvo my hand LIUKKUKO to n porter und WUH clIuiblUK the plnzzn stern whuu I miw u girl whom I wus sure I had nuvur met before comlnif to uncut tno with n radiant Hinllo Good iritcloua ulio cxoliilnuil I thought you were not comliii till tomorrow Hut you ico I hOe como today I replied humorliiK her ui take for I know oho Will lu error an to my Men tlty Well I declare You quite tnke my breath uwuy she went on looking ut uio admiringly from Up to too How you have Improved Id eciirco ly have recognized you You are the lumo lovely girl you couldnt Improve 1 was trending on dangerous ground but relied an noon an tho error win Ulicovunxl ou my Ingenuity In mnkliiK up n plausible story to lot tno outIYell I said looking nt tier wilt 111111111tat us lArtvo uio till after nipper then well Yolk ou tho bench I wag glad to comply determining that an soon M I rejoined her I would let tho fact como out that I was tit the lover nb expected When wo net again my resolution weakened I could not resist the temptation to en joy a brief period with o clmnnlni n girl Wo went down on to tlio boach In the gloaming and strolled ou till of foam urn moon rUIng out of IUIIOocean glinted the crests of IlIhrI waves Tlio stern were There was no sound but the plash of wave 1 know that If 1 talked of anything except lave I would Mm p my hand and It oeiiii d nil natural for tuu to talk lure to her ai If we hAil long broil lovers I told her how due lug tho four years of nliicnro my hmrt ball yeariuil for her nod IMKKOI her to tell mo If 1 was to bo Hindi happy Rattling on tlio brand w a of love I struck never a rook and when It wits time for its to go In site cod na aue plolon that Rbe tail made nn uxtlmngo of lovers And now I said before parting tflvu your reply In a klsi t Kho kUned me and that kiss wni tho loveliest longest most rapturous I over took from woman lips The next morning I rose lute and was the only poreou lu tho breakfast room Hitting by a window I hoanl voices on tho plazui Who was tho fellow asked n mans voice und what did ho look like Like you very much Improved from what you were when I saw you Inst Hml You dont BWIIH to consider me Improved Not In disposition You blarao tno for a very natural mistake j A very unnatural mistake If you make such mistakes after wo are marred thcrull bo tho deuce to pay Were not married yet- I peeped through a slat In tho blind aud saw a mean sitting with tho girl I had wade love to tho night before Ho looked very hike mo though I did not tool flattered by tho likeness What should I doslink out unob I served and lake tho first train or brazen It out 1 marches boldly out aud jollied them 1 certainly expected both to rocolvo coo scornfully Without waiting for either to speak 1 begged n thousand pardons of tho girl for not rectifying her mistake at once giving as my only reason that she wits so charming I could nut bring myself to da so While t was ypeaklng which 1 did humbly thu face of tho girl slowly broadened luto a smlli Unit of tho mute grow momentarily surlier Havlug dono nil I could to atone for my sin I tumod Gull left them 1 resolved to leave tho place that afternoon but meeting tho girl with out her lover wo extended her hand to mo und asked mo to take n Aent be side her I dill BO and told her of my Intention to depart which had been formed on tho ground that my proa coco there would not bo agreeable to her and her lovor Silo declared that she would not be tho causa of my de parture and begged mo to stay I de termined to remain for awhile but It my presence proved objectionable I would go at once That evening observing tho young lady sitting alone cm the piazza I joined tier To my surprise at my mention of her lover she said that ho had gone Thou she gave mo her confidence In a matter of which 1 already know the principal part At eighteen she hail admiral n man whom sho hill known but a short time when ho removed to another place They had corresponded and after four yours absence le bad returned hoping to got n favorable answer to his suit SliD had been disappointed In hint and had rejected him I chattel with her till the moon rose then boldly asked her If alto would walk on tho bench She accepted tho Invitation and walking over tho sane sands as tho night before I made the sane lovo Sho proposed that I should go away and return for an answer In four years but I told her I hall been In suspense for twentyfour hours and t that was long enough Sho considered that ridiculously short but yielded When later I rallied my wife on ac cepting me on such short acquaint ante she said Hml Do you suppose I was going to let you go after that engagement VlssT SUIIK ANDERSON I1+Ii+iil+iiH1i1 +Hi BereaTeachers I ClubAbiarra AM LKTTKM TO IIEKIU KY fI + MHH1H IJH + HHH1HH Viper Ky Aug 4 05 Huron Teachorfl Club Follow Teachers Although my work Jms not been entirely HIICCOBH ful yet I feel ns though I have ac coinpliHlied enough to warrant mo tooting my horn H little My school hits n census oiirollmont of 82 nnd Have nn enrollment at pronent of 75of whom JO are now regularly In school 1 Iwgan July 3 with 87 iu attend mace Tho attendance nt tho end of Otto mouth was 05 When I began thcro wan onlyone lookn second renderof time adopt ed scries in ncliool I wrote to each parent slating tho kind of looks hm children needed with tho price of Hnmo 1nlso agreed that if they would send mo tho money I would go to Hazard 14 miles distant and JcL the looks for them They re Hxnded to u man old wo begun work Monday morning of the second weekwith now looks for every child Our BentH at present nre moro iimktslilftK being nothing more than iKinchen placed nmiind the Bides of tho room lint thus condition of IhingH will soon ho n thing of the past for wo now have patent dcskfl ordered nnd will Imvo thom in limo mono in 11 week Such briefly in limo story of my first months work From it I have learned sonic valuable lessons Ono Is Dont wait for your patrons or Irusteen to do the things which are needed about too school Plunge in and do things yourself Dont ini ngine that your only duty in school Is to hear limo children recite and draw your princely T salary Make yourself useful to tho cotnrhunity in which you work nnd your fruits will bo KOOII unto the third and fourth generations Yours for JtoodIiChoo18 LEN F URASIIKAK Teachers Instltnt Resolutions CountyInfollowing resolutions ItcHolml First That wo are grateful to the people of Booneville limeyhaveSecond That wo also thank all goOOhohAloroperation in advancing the interests of the public schools Third That wo recognize tho wis Superiulendontill Prof H M Shipn ns instructor of this Institute anti pledgo ourselves to pursue tho best methods of teach ing the different branches in tho public schools to the best of our abilityFourth lielloring a State to bo re oxistlngI ofItom Oerytoochor trainingSixth common wealth wo are pleased with tho ox tension of time Nchool term but be hero it should have been eight mouths instead of six Seventh 1110nthsI boanllrolllilngby tho voters of tho district from among themselves and in ease of compulsory education that tho chair mnn of said board be made a truant oflicer with n reasonable compensa tion for his services to bo paid by the district Eighth Thai n copy of those rem oltitioiiH IMS sent to tho Mountain Echo and publicationMiss Hampton 11 inter Taylor 11 Gabbard Committee Teachers Club Haws Mr Imo Hoggs shows tho sumo commendable spirit that has given Mr Hrnshenr success Ho IInSUMy nearest water is n quarter of a stile away but my larger boys have prom ised to help dig n well We are going to begin it in a few days Miss Nannie Adkins will curry the Club colors beyond tho Hockeys In September Time family will move to Washington tho middle of tho month tutu Miss Xnuuio lint a school waiting for her which will pay her g50 per mouth Tho Club wishes her success ami will expect loiters front her often John Lnusford writes an encour aging loiter from Longford where ho is teaching his first school Miss Mary Baker has an enrollment of forty and an average attend ounce of thirtyeight Sho says she doySo I J regularlyLetaverage attendance based on tho en rollment as high as possible Can anyone lent Miss linker with 05 per cent f- The sample B T C pin is n beauty proving the good tnsto of the committee that selected It The plums will be sent out within ten days Gilbert Combs reports success in his Sunday School work Ho is now ut Hiudmau Knott County A member asks What shall I do with largo boys who say theywill give up school rather than cigar ettes f This is a delicate problem for suck boys should uot bo driven from n school where influence is against such habits I think I would talk reasonably to the boys show them what their influence would bo and try to get then to quit at least dur ing tho school day If they would not do that I would excuse them from time grounds to smoke during tho intermissions and tell the school what I unit done pointing out the harm of letting a bad habit become stronger than ones nclf Under no conditions would I nllow tobacco to IMS used on time grounds Cannot members who have had experience in dealing with such cases give us tho benefit of their experience f Hustle Illustrated Some of time elderly won who are trudging nlong at the same gait as ever in tho houses whore they are employed at time same salary they lo celved twentyfive years ago nay benefit by tho following incident which occurred only last week in a downtown store A young man who came into the place less than two years ngo was hecnlIthat such treatment ns ho hodrc ceived after all his years of service was unjust The proprietor without pretending to notice tho complaint askedWhat is the noise in the street f The old employee replied that ho- didnot know and waited Better see what it is said the proprietor Time old employee went out nod returnedwith the information that tho noise was made by wagons How many wagons Y mucked the proprietor Tho old employee said he hadnt counted thom Better find out said the propri odor Tho old employee went out again and returned with the information that there were eight What was tho cause of the noise Y proprietorThe said he didnt know and tho proprietor suggested that ho had boiler ascertain The old employee went out tho third time and returned with the informa tion that the teamsters were hurry- Ing to load their wagons with goods Tho proprietor then touched the hellon his desk which summoned tho young man who had been advan ced The proprietor asked him What is the noise in tho street y I will see replied the young man who went out and returned a few moments later with the follow ing report There are eight wagons out there aid Iho teamsters are hurrying to load them with goods The proprietor turned to the old employee and said Do you understand now why this young man was advances over you Y The old employee understood but his knowledge came too latoEx change New Shori Now shots are often difficult to clean Take n cut lemon rub It over the leather and then leave the shoes to dry when they will he found to tako the polish beautifully Men Neck According to the Urltlsh Medical Journal ideas necks are longer than they used to be- The Ilartieri Art The barbers art lu Europe lutes from the time of Alexander the Grout n C 330 He ordered every soldier to shave lest the beard should give n handle to hU enemies Uovcrnmvnt Note Iurlrnlli In 1875 congress passed a law for bidding the engraving of the portraits of living wan upon postage stumps note or other government securities utter that date Previous to that time the honor had been given to several wen of more or less political Impor tance jWeAnd yet in the matter of Il ing appetite of giving restoritJ strength to the tissues to the nerves its action of a medicine urapltSCOTT tovyyleatLStrut New Yolk sac sad f 1001 all dniuitts of llooJ+H+HIII1 I I I+ Ii The Farmr SILAS CHBBVER MASON Editor 1 11 tM111E1ttt +I + Breeding and Care of Colts Prom the Kim NewYorker J THE Unoou MAMB First ofall every prosHctive horse breeder should inure n definite idea of what he wants to raise whether draft car sayitsmall means to leave the latter for thin wealthy or gentleman farmer to lose money ou Everything else be ing equal I would prefer brood mares of good size hut beauty style nmbi lion nnd nerve should come first Often n regular cranky ono snakes a first class brood mare and I have raises many colts ranging in height train 15J to 10 hands from 15hand mares These marcs wero old fashioned Morgans of a type seen every day at nil kinds of work CO years ago hut now as scarce as hen gonuiuolyhrokondown poses no matter how well bred she might Ira neither would I condemn ono for lameness caused by accident A spavined or ringboned ono I never owned It goes without saying that both sire and data should como as youhavelargo colts from small mares hind of course largo sires I prefer extra size in the dam if either natal be larger but quality and finish in time sire always Several years ago 1 bought an imported Hackney mare about 15 J hands 1100 pounds with a big slashing gait and ability and will to road 10 miles nu hour easily Sue has brought mo three colts and two fillies nil sired by a Morgan horse much smaller than she and each having a great deal of the beauty and finish of the sire with size and action of their dam suitable for car riago gig or saddle For several years I bred to an imported French coach horse hoping to raise matched pairs I was disappointed in this but had ono in tho lot which brought a fancy price at the New York Horse Exchange CARE or TilE MtREAS to time of foaling I have had them ns early as March 20 and ns late as September and see no particular difference in their growth provided always the mare is generously fed but prefer them as earlyas April This leaves tho mare in good condition to work through tho Summer and the foal is big and strong by fly time Mars and foal are housed at night until the first of Juno unless the weather is very warm If tho mare is turned to pasture before foaling she is always kept at the barn at a little past the tenth month where she can be looked after I have had strong healthy foals born iu ten and n quar tor months I newer give the mare heavy work and keep her out of snowdrifts anti off slippery places She line a roomy box stall well bedded and in Winter the liberty of a large field except ou stormy days all tho good hay she will eat and occas ionally adples poiatoes or carrots and always kind words Her confi den O is worth laving During tho last mouth or two she gets a good feed of brau timid perhaps oats If she is groomed ovary dayso much tho letter 1Concluded next week I Till rope of Mlifortnnv Pain lit n soul tonic Sorrow often tarings out tho best there Is In us Hap pines does not develop character It gives It surface brightness and decks It with prismatic bubbles It takes the deep reaching inn of misfortune to trouble tho depths and bring out the pearls that lie there The mot magnetic faces are lined by thought aud noble cure Strong unselfish love even If misplaced and unappreciated ennobles the lover It Is the frivolous vanity born emotions that fritter away character anti make facet Insignificant To tall lu high alma after earnest std honest effort Is not failure The gain It brings Iu HtreliKth anal discipline will appear In other directions Misfortune has often In the history of the world been tho meats of making a poet ora tor philanthropist scientist or states man out of n person whose career but for the misfortune or physical disabili ty would have been commonplace and Influence limited Medical Talk The fllonuihicr The gloaming U by origin akin to gloom rite root Idea Is to look covertly from beneath the brows not with full open eyes and so tho gloaming Is that time of day when the sun sinking below the horizon shines obscurely un der tho advancing shades of night an eyes may gleam dimly from lowering brows Byron tho poet wrote As gloam lag the Scottish word for twilight has been recommended by mutiny literary men and particularly by Dr Moore In his letters to turns I have ventured to use It on account of Its harmony The evening star Is called the gloam ing star In Scotland and Lowells The snow hall begun In tho gloam lug and Hoggs Twixt the gloaming nud the mirk when tho kye cows hame are familiar Instances of Its use DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner S R BAKER Dentist or oreMVIntlngOmre BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without ptla Samnoformr Real Estate 1 have quite a number of building lots and some Improved property In Berea for sale Also farm and tim ber lands in Madison Rockcastlo and Eslill Counties I also have two good farms with store houses upon them and good stands for selling goods Any one desiring such property should 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becomes a ready means of iescape Absolutely hopeless and pain belong in the same category The propriety of telling tho t patient that he Is certainly doomed to die In a few weeks or months or r years has been much discussed by the medical profession but there seems to be no uniform practice or code for dealing with such pitiful cases It Brudenell Carter says Among the many difficult questions which often present themselves In the course of medical practice few are more difficult independently of legal liabilities or obligations than those which turn upon the extent to which an opinion especially an adverse opinion concerning the probable Issue of an Illness ought to bo communicated to the patient or his family It must be borne itInmind that an adverse medical opin is a distinctly depressing agency and that the business of the doctor is to sustain the vital powers and to obviate as far as possible the tendency v toward death After stating that In the majority of cases where the end Is In no doubt It is perhaps Justifiable to Inform the patient of his approaching death he continues There are people upon whom the fear or even the prospect of death ex erts a distinctly paralyzing Influence of such a nature and extent that the doctor If aware of the personal equa tion Involved would hardly be justified in any circumstances In allowing such a prospect to be presented to the suf ferer4 Certain newspapers have been try I ing hard to work up a sensation out of the visit to Now York of a miner who hired a special train from Calla forma to Chicago and then camo to the metropolis to blow In his money But It Is pretty difficult to get up any excitement over the mat ter The average American is not in dined to astonishment at the sight of a man whose chief Idea of high roll- Ing seems to be setting up drinks to a thirsty crowd and scattering lavish tips among those who are too willing to receive the gratuities As a smoker of strong cigars there are few who can toe the line with Rear Admiral Schley He smokes the very strongest obtainable as becomes a gall lant old sea dog His favorite brand l he has especially Imported from Cuba for him The other morning he presented one to a reporter with the remark This snipe my friend has none of the monotony of tho Havana Youll find It full of variety and inci dent And it was That weed put the scribe out of business for three solid hours To the late Daniel Lamont belongs the credit of originating the phrase puoilc office Is a public trust which has been commonly attributed to Grover Cleveland When private secretary to Cleveland then governor of New York CoL Lamont compiled a pamph let made up of Clevelands notable pub lie utterances Being a trained news paper man Mr Lamont naturally cast about for a striking headline or Utlo and tho phrase which has become so widely known suggested Itself to his mind A citizen of Port Oxford Ore cele- bratedl the Fourth of July by Imbibing too freely While In his cups he tore down and otherwise treated with die respect an American flag which hung in front of a store So much Indigna lion was aroused by his conduct that Fitzhugh deemed It wise to make pub Ito apology People divorcedI111oo1s cannot marry again for a year But there areas abundance of lifesaving stations la bordering statest THE DEATH LIST GROWS Twelve Persons Died of the Yellow I Scourge In New Orleans Sunday New Orleans Aug 14 Following la the official record up to 6 Po m Sun day Now cases 50 total cases 963 deaths 12 total 154 now subfoci 14 total 202 Tho heavy Increase In tho number of cases which began four or five days ago is beginning to manifest Itself In tho death list which can be expected foWldJ8day seems small in comparison with Saturdays record 105 but it Is really 19 short as that number of cases wero turned in by an Inspector just after the hour for closing the report Theso will figure In Mondays report Among tho cases Sunday Is Louis Cueullu jr cashier of tho Peoples bank who resides far out on North Jonnson atreot Another case Is Mau rice Kenny excouncilman and ex member of the legislature Two of Kennys daughters wero stricken Sat urday Only five of tho new foci are above Canal street Patterson which is tho largest cen ter of Infection outside of the city reported three now cases Sunday and the first death A TERRIBLE CRASH Twelve Persons Killed and 25 Injured In a Railway Wreck Cleveland 0 Aug 14A fast cast bound passenger train on the Nickel Plato road collided with a westbound freight train at Kishman 0 near Vermillion resulting In the death of 12 persons while at least 25 others were Injured eight of whom will probably died The wreck according to the omclalsof the company was caused by a misunderstanding of orders or neglect to obey them on tho part of tho crew of tho freight Aside from tho engineer the men killed on the passenger train wero all riding In the smoking car at tho head of the train and were mostly foreign laborers in the employ of the Stand ant Oil Co on their way from Fort Seneca 0 to Brookfleld 0 In charge of a foreman Engineer C C Poole of the passenger train was killed at his post while trying to reach for the airbrake after seeing the headlight of the freight train His fireman Haef ner saved himself by jumping The high speed of the passenger train threw its locomotive and first three coaches over on the engine of the freight train telescoping the smoker and tho car following The forward cars of the freight train wore splintered by fragments- EXTRAORDINARY SESSION Congress May Not Be Called Together Next November Oyster Bay N Y Aug HNotwithstanding the more or less definite announcement which has emanated from various sources during tho last few months congress may not bo call ed into extraordinary session next November Indeed the Indications are now that no extraordinary session will be held this year This statement is made on the authority of President Roosevelt himself He has not decided the question definitely yet and probably will not reach a determina tion of It until he shall have returned to Washington the latter part of tember The chances of an extraordl- nary session appear however to bo fading USED SPRING WATER The Battleship Kansas Launched at Camden N J Philadelphia Aug HThe battleship Kansas the largest war vessel over built In the east was launcned at the yard of the New York Shipbuilding Co In Camden N J The launching was witnessed by Gov Hoch of Kansas whose daughter Miss Anna Hoch acted as sponsor for the ship Along with the governor was a christening party of 30 Kansans An unusual feature of the launching was the fact that the vessel was christened with spring water brought from Kansas by Gov Hoch Instead of the customary bottle of champagne LIONS AT LARGE They Killed a Workman and Gorged Themselves on His Body Blackpool Eng Aug 14 Two lions the property of the city were found loose in the yard adjoining their cage together with portions of the body ot a workingman It appears that the man on the previous night made tho boast that he would enter the lions cage Evidently In an attempt to carry out this boast he opened the cage The animals escaped and killed him gorging themselves on his body Minister Takahlra Attends Church Portsmouth N H Aug HMinist- er Takahlra tho Japanese minister accompanied by Commander Takeshi ta the naval attache of the Japanese legation at Washington attended the evening service at the Christian church In Klttcry Me Sailed For Hollo Manila Aug 14 Secretary of War- Taft Miss Alice Roosevelt and party sailed on the United States army transport Logan for Hollo Gov Gen Wright Maj Gen Corbin and all tho Insular commissioners except Commla stoner Ide accompanied them Anti Foreign Outbreak Feared Shanghai Aug USoo Chow reports that the antiAmerican boycott- Is assuming a political character An antt foreign outbreak is feared Only the Northern Chinese authorities aro aternly repressing the movement n rtti1iraIL u drafting fan Ra itttl 2tefiwtt tit Eiumtitmt By HENRY W LAMB- Manufacturer tJHE evil known as graft cannot be stopped by palliatives nor extingiushed by legislation It demands a remedy reaching deeper than the surface nothing less in fact than a radical reform in education which shall expose the falsity of the views in regard to government which arc held by a very large part of our people of all sorts and conditions Laws cannot stop it for graft prospers by evasion of law or by corrupt collusion with those who arc intrusted with its execution Can it then be stopped by some method which shall put in office good and efficient men only The question needs only to be asked to remind us that no such method has ever been found If in deed any exists Graft is practiced or assisted by officeholders and placcholders under every fonn of government despotic oligarchic or democratic and it is therefore in my opinion a mistake to point to graft in America as an evidence of the failure of the democracy or as a thing inherent in popular government What is needed is a very difficult taskto convince millions of people who have grown up under the existing conditions that their notions of government are at cross purposes with the true objects of democracy- So long as any individuals or any classes among one people are en couraged to look to government as the source of business prosperity as the dispenser of favors asthe partner or servant of those who possess the greatest influence through wealth or votes or in any other way so long will graft find its opportunities and even its defense It is easy to say that by sinking party differences good citizens can unite in the support of honest and able candidates and secure their election but it is not easy to get them all to unite when the candidate or a large clement among his supporters represent either the abuse of the executive power in appointment or even the worse abuse of a legislators power which consists in subjecting his fellow citizens to protective tariff taxes en acted for the benefit of himself of his political friends The people dis trust and rightly thpse political reformers who Compound alna they art Inclined to- By damning those they hate no mind la- The long hard upward road from the pit into which the developments on every hand show us that we have easily descended must lie in the direction of awakening our people once more to the justice and wisdom of those views of popular government and official power which hold that they should exist to maintain equal rights for all special privileges for none ID11r Age tn llrtirr from Ariiue iGifr By HON THOMAS N HART President of Mr Vernon Mao National flank and Former Mayor of Boston Nobody can safely I say there is any particular at anybody should tries to is in danger of being told that it is time for him to retire Our gov ernment says men shall retire in the army and navy at certain ages but govcrnmerits can do and usually must do more arbitrary things than individuals I should say that a man should retire when he is played out When a man feels that he is unequal to the tasks of life that may be set for him it is in season for him to give way to him who can render the re quired service It is not easy of course for a man to determine that period for him self and he must trust perhaps more or less to the judgment of others If he has any penetration left he will not be long in out But how docs this age usuaally to a man speaking in terms of years How often do we see men of 70 aand 80 showing even greater powers than at any other period of life The Gladstones arc not rare and the virility that he possessed is very frequently displayed by men in less conspicuous walks of life whose escape observation- It is unfortunately true however that in our own time there arc too many men whose speed of living has so drained their vitality that at 50 and even at 40 they are practically in the decline of life Dissipation worry too strenuous effort too excited an outlook on the worldthese are among the chic causes of premature old age The old saying is that a man is as old as he feels and misuse of our minds and our bodies is making many a man of 50 an old man and one who should be called upon to retire while proper use ol his health and strength ought to enable a man to lengthen out his years of usefulness and enjoyment even beyond the limit of three score and ten Compulsory Education and gbild tabor By FRANKLIN H GIDDINGS Professor of Sociology Columbia University that age whichI Whoever finding come cases The educational problem and the indus trial problem of child labor cannot be sepa rated This is true whether every parent is permitted to deal as he will with his child or whether he is compelled as in most American commonwealths he is compelled to withhold his child from gainful employment and keep him in a school or otherwise to provide systematic instruction for him during certain weeks of each year Child labor itself is a kind of education which according to its nature and extent may be consistent or altogether inconsistent with other kinds The labor that American boys and girls had to perform on the farm a generation or more ago was often an invaluable dis cipline of mind and character fitting them for selfreliant and useful careers quite as effectively as their meager school training did Such labor did not necessarily unfit the child for the enjoyment of the highest educational advantages Exhausting confinement in stores sweat shops and factories is child labor of an altogether different sort It is antagonistic to the childs mental and physical development and it cannot be combined with any sound educational policy t Compulsory education by the state and the prohibition of child la bor are policies undoubtedly socialistic in character They assert the supremacy of the states interest i nthe child as against any opposing in terest of the parent The American people has never been afraid of socialism to this extent and within the last ten years it has greatly ex tended both compulsory education and the prohibition of the labor of children between 10 and 14 years of age It would not be inaccurate to say that public sentiment at the present time in New England in the northwest and in most of the north central states demands an increasingly strict enforcement of child labor legislation and thatasimilar sentiment is rapidly growing in the south NEW YORK AND THE PLAGUE Danger from tno Eastern Disease Has Been Diminished by- Science It mattered not whether tho suspl cious cases of diseases on tho Indranl were duo to bubonic plague or bcrlberl there was no question as to what should be done with the remaining crow when this port was reached says tho New York Herald The alert health officer was determined to take no chances of tho development of either pest Thus with the first news of the arrival of the ship and the account ot the sickness aboard came the nssuranco that there was no danger of the spread of either malady It was a proof not only of the effectiveness of modern sanitation but of the public confidence In the methods adopted that no general alarm was oc casioned What would have produced positive panic In times gone by Is now viewed as a mere matter of pUlling interest which docs not In any way threaten the wel fare of tho community Bubonic plague which was once dreaded aa the most dis astrous of all disease Inflictions Is now thanks to the recent advance In science robbed of all Its real terrors There Is no longer a mystery regarding Its spread nor anxiety concerning its prevention Even if plaguocases should be brought to our shores there would be no moro danger of the disease spreading than of any other Infectious malady The con ditions of race climate diet and said tary habits are In this country at least entirely against tho possibilities of en demic propagation This has been abundantly proved In the history of the plague Invasion of San Francisco The cases few and far between were confined to tho Chinese In Chinatown Although the latter district Is situated In the heart of a great city there has been no spread of the pest to the white population- It is a peculiarity jrlth plague that the malady has a special predilection for the yellow race and It is only In the most severe epidemics In the cast that the white men are attacked Climatic and other Insanitary influences have very much to do In explaining such con ditions which are exactly opposite to hereI that plague Is microbe which at tacks rats fleas and flies and by means of the latter agencies finds Its way Into the human system Hence the whole sale destruction of the vermin In ques tion Is considered one of the moat ef fective means of eradicating the dis ease When proper precautions aro taken In such directions there Is just as much certainty of preventing tho spread of the malady as of stamping out smallP- OX or arresting a typhoid fever epl demic Whatever then may be the future de velopments In tho case of the quaran tined orew of the Indranl or of allY other vessel coming here under similar cir cumstances the public need have no ape cial fear of plague Invasion In any shape Modern methods of prevention now make It simply a question of proper ills infection of ship cargo and Individual wholesale destruction of rots and able lute Isolation of the diseased victim Uy such means we stamp out the disease as effectually as we put out a fire Painting In the Dark Artists ere known to be often eccen tic In their methods but Mr H Key worth Italno appears to have adopted an entirely original system of hIs own While his confreres of the brush are seeking by artfully paced studios to have a steady brilliant light upon their work Mr Maine retires to th seclusion of an underground London cellar and there he paints portraits which are remarkable for their beauty and strength The light he elects to work by can scarcely be called light at all for even the enfeebled rays which filter through Into his dingy studio are practically stopped by tissue paper And curtains Mr Rains recently gave an exhibition of his method at a London hotel On four consecutive days he painted for an hour at a time In Iroom which was almost dark watched eagerly the while by a committee of crltlCBAtporetraitproducedChembers When One Is Twenty pretty one another that they walked down the center of the restaurant dining room without paying much attention to where they were going and each ap eyesTheslon with a rotund diner who was ris ing from an array of empty steins The pair apologized profusely Tho largo man looked at them and then glanced toward the orchestra Dot vas nottln my dears he de clared loudly with a benevolent smile ven one vas 20 and der Lohengrin Wedding March vas la de air The couple caught the wellknown strains and blushed scarlet Everyone else laughed Chicago RecordHerald Makes a Difference Spenders Is getting up quite a repu tation as a humorist I never thought he was funny How docs he get any body to laugh at his JokeaT Why he puts up for such swell dinners while hes telling them you know Detroit Free Press Would If He Could Now began the morallzcf take the life of your neighbor for Instance 110 Id do It in a minute Interrupted the demoralizer If the law would tol erate It Hes learning to play the cornet Chicago Journal LESSONS FROM THE WAR the Results of LongContinued Jx cesalve Drinking Among the Russian Soldiers That chronic alcoholism among tho Russians may explain In part at least some of the results of the war In Man churia Is the editorial opinion of American Medicine Says this paper On the Japanese sldo the reports are all of one tenor and depict an almost universal abstinence What drinking Is done Is In extreme moderation Upon the Russian side we hear of Immense stores of vodka champagne by carload lots and orgies Innumerable Tho Jlus vlan officer U notorious by general re port of course for the large quantities of alcohol ho dally consumes and It la Impossible for any brain to submit to such Insults without undergoing the changes loug known to take place in heavy drinkers It la not remarkable then that the older officers who aro managing the campaign are constantly outwitted by tho healthyminded Jap anese It Is apparently not so much a question of drunkenness as It Is one of the pathologic results of longcontinued excessive drinking without drunken near The alcoholic lesson of tho Japan ese war will no doubt be appreciated by the American people who are particularly sensitive to such matters They will take It to heart and will speak In no uncertain terms when they learn how dangerous to the nations welfare it Is to trust military power to a chronic al coholic Particularly In Isolated places am tho faliie Ideas perverted reasoning powers and enfeebled judgment of such men sure to bring dlsimterwlmn coupled with arbitrary authority Tho universal condemnation showered upon the pres ident for the promptness with which bo dealt with tho Incompetence In tho Panama commission though It had no possible relation to alcoholism shows how the people think on the subject of obtaining vigorous mindai public servants and like commendation will follow any efforts to rid the govern mont services of the old alcoholics Should any such Incompetents be retained In any place to hamper or destroy molency sleh as they have done la Manchuria there Is apt to bo complaint from an Indignant people A FEW FACTS Sir Frederick Throve surgeon to King Edward condemned alaotiol In a recent nUdrpas declared It to be dls Unetly a poison and always an Injury to tbo worker Terre Haute Brazil and Columbus Ind have availed themselves of the new law giving town councils tho privilege of restricting the saloons to the business districts Boon of the above named cities has city limn prohibiting tbo saloon In tho residence district Intoxication means poisoning the condition of drunkenness In all its stages la ono of poisoning It Irritates but does not strengthen It makes you run In debt to nature It strengthens M tbo whip strengthens the hOllleDr Madison C Peters JapaneloItako puppies when young from the mothers and feed them on an alcoholic diet Instead of milk Oy interbreeding two or three generations tho midgets result Cats may be dwarfed the lame way and also boys Scientific temperance has been taught for many years In tho greater part of tho United States Since Ueorgla last year came Into line with the other states or the union In tho halter this teaching Is now universal hero It is also given In Canada and n Canadian lady stated not long since that tho Instruction Is very thorough and that the believed It Is principally due to this teaching that Canada stands as It does at the bottom of the list of countries In the matter of the consumption of alcohol Hams Horn Greater Sobriety Demanded It has been said that every railway company is a temperance society This Is perhaps Inaccurate but the trend In r the modern Industrial world Is decid edly In tho direction of greater sobri ety Mr 11 N Prlnglo has the follow- Ing Interesting article in the Christian Civic League Hccortl Lost November 10 a wreck train collided with a Dig Four freight near Fremont 0 killing 28 men out of 35 on the wreck train George Smith one of the workmen who escaped death testified that liquor caused the wreck About two months before the accident at Fremont an engineer got drunk on circus day at House Point and tho next day while on duty went through u drawbridge wl h hU freight train sacrificing his firemans life with his own Responsibility of Druggists The legislature of New Jersey has passed a law making It a serious penalty to give sell or furnish cocaine in any form as a patent or proprietary remedy except by a practicing physician or coI user of It The same legislature for bids the marriage of epileptic InsanorIfeebleminded persons penalties A curious question was J raised whether a druggist was not responsible for the persistent sale of co caine to one who was known to be a habitual user One authority held that cocaine being a poison with alike effect to that of alcohol would render the seller who knowingly and willfully furnished it to the customer responsible HANDY LIVE STOCK LOADER How a Useful and Portable Loader May Be Built by the Farmer tor The on the Farm The Illustration given herewith of tho stockloading truck shows a very useful and handy loader for farm ers to uso in loading hogs sheep or j cattle out of pens or yards Tho bed pieces as described by a correspondent In tho Practical Farmer aro 2x6lnch scantling 11 feet long crosspieces 2x4 3 feet long bolted on top of bed pieces ono at each end Tho upright pieces at front end aro 2x4 inches 3- tHt 6 inches high center uprights G7 rOn ABLI LIVESTOCK XAIEB inches high and the rear ones 72 Inches t high each being bolted to bed pieco also to tho 2x4 which supports the floor on either side Tho front or lower ends of these pieces rest on tho bed pieces while their rear ends are supported by a piece of V4xClncl board nailed across tho uprights 3 feet 6 Inches above the bed plecea There II oleo a board nailed acr6ilfosup port the center The floor ia made of 2Inch plank with strips nailed across to prevent stock from supping Four 1x8 boards aro nailed to each set or uprights and form the sof the chute The wheels should be from 12 to 14 Inches In diameter IJ1lnch gas plpo would answer for tho axlesThe two lovers one on each Mbo 6 feet long made similar to a pum dandle fastened by a bolt pass dog through the center of tho m- idei uprights and a piece of Iron 6 long bolted to the bedpieces r Levers are fastened to axle by a bent iron bolted to under portion of lever about 11 Inches from where bolt passes through end of lover Two hooks are required In the bed plecoe for holding tho levers down when wheeling the truck from one place to another In the fans yard t SHEEP ENRICH THIN SPOTS One Farmers Experience In the Prof- Itableness of the Flock of Sheep Sheep aro not only conservers ot fertility but distributors of It whore most needed If given an opportunity They are averse to water seeking elevations for their resting placo and the low land of tbo pasture for the succulent growth W D Loyd gives his experience In the Farm and Homo as follows 1 turned a flock of sheep Into a clover field and they at once sought out the spots where tho clover did not catch and eagerly devoured the weeds or pigeon grass that had taken possession of the open urmcea Then they Ate the weeds and succulent grass in low places and runs In the Held leaving the clover on tho high land where most needed to enrich the soil After everything else In the fold had beencatenLtlbnsheep ate the clover partton got trio plants but left tho bulk of the clover oa tha portions of tho field where most seeded FARM NOTES Prevention Is cooler than destruc tion Boot put around plants or over them will keep Insects away It beats all how many farmers have a place for their tools and that place Jajust where they happen to have used them lutE L V A pine stump is as tenacious as a mortgage but dynamite will raise it It takes more than dynamite to raise a mortgage Wisconsin Farmer Have you been toobudy to see tha beauties that aro all around you on the farm today Dont go to bed till you have stepped out and taken onu wiqhelpnal The department of agriculture Is ad vising every man to prepare to furnish his own fence poets as well as timber for farm and fuel purposes Tho catalpa Is recommended as a tree to plant for this purpose It grove rapidly and the catalpa posts last LIVE STOOK HINTS iJKeephorse Tho horse Is mans Invaluable help er and should bo treated as a friend Yelling and jerking tho bit con fuses a horse and advertises a block head Blood Is everything In animals when merit Is the object In the off springYour horse Intends to pleasenyou but does not always know your wlsbis THE CULTIVATION OF CORN Experiments to Show the Most Effec t Iva and Economical Methods That system of corn cultivation Is most effective and economical which removes weeds conserves moisture and aerates the soil eeya DoWlU C Wing in Tho Improvement of Corn Just Issued as ImlleUn No 133 by the Pennsylvania department of agricul 4 lture To prevent tho evaporation of soil water la undoubtedly tbo most Important office of cultivation After rains It tho soil Is not stirred it bakes cracks form and moisture escapes rapidly If the soil is stirred as soon after rains as Itn condtion permits tho surface crust can not form Capillarity is destroyed by this operation and Instead of tho mols turo evaporating through the soil tubes it Is retained for use by the thirsty plants Tho absence of weeds therefore is no excuse for the aban donment of cultivation To prevent the formation of a hard baked or crusted surface which condi tion facilitates tho rwcape of soil wa ter Is tho vital function of tillage Deep and shallow culturo experi ments and tho experience of all ob servant corngrowers who have given tho subject of intelligent attention indi cate that for practically all soils adapt ed to corn surface cultivation best serves tho purposes of tillage Differences of from ten to twentyfive bushels per acre in favor of shallow culture as against deep plowing of corn are not uncommon in the corn belt where the two systems of cultivation have been thoroughly tested and compared under average conditions Surface culture which means that the Implement used shall not disturb the soil to a greater depth preferably less than four Inches below tho surface stirs the soil without pruning or in juring the foraging or feeding roots of the plants and by forming a mulch on the surface reduces very materially the evaporatlonotmolsture While deep culture does not acceler ate the evaporation of moisture experl menu show that If practiced with tho same regularity as shallow tillage It conserves as much soil water as the latter method In nearly all cosesthe yield of corn grain from shallowtilled folds have been appreciably In excess of those obtained under Identical soil and climatic conditions from deep plowed folds The difference general ly Is attributed to tho fact that deep cul ture Injurea the roots of tho plants ACter the corn plants have attained n height of 18 Inches or two fee titho t olds from near the first six or eight Inches of the surface soil contain a net work of roots Those roots are so nu merous that nearly every square Inch 1 I 1IILI8 OK CORN SHOWING GOOoXtiO HAD CULTIVATION No1 was not pruned No S pruned four inches No S pruned six Inches of soil taken from a field in which corn plants are ten weeks old would show If examined several tiny rootlets pass- Ing through It Alt these roots aro of vital service to tho plants They are tho feeders supplying plant food and Imbibing water for the building upof plant tissue Most of these feeding root lets grow comparatively near the Imr face depending1 however upou lhe character of the soil Investigations have shown that the fourth Inch of soil contains moro tOrn roots than tho three Inches above It or the four inches below it For this rea son any implement which works tho earth In their territory Interferes with the nourishment of the plants It prunes tho roots and thus decreases the capacity of the plant to draw food and water from the soil Fig 1 shows the effect of root pruning on the plants composing the groups numbered 2 and 3 No 1 represents plants which wero not rootpruned which Is equivalent to saying that shallow cultivation was practiced The yields made by the folds which the three groups of plants respec tvely represent were 62 bushels per acre for No bushels for No 2 which was pruned or cultivated four inches and 30 bushels for No3 which was pruned or cultivated six Inches deep The moro roots a plant has tho greater Its power topourlHh Itself Any system of cultivation therefore which cuts off roots Is to be avoided You can trust a womans taste on everything except men and Its mighty luckshe slips up on that or youd pretty nigh all be old bachelors Ohio Farmer Diagram of Garden t I tMako a small plan of the ganlen and do away with labels by drawing on paper which must bo ruled In squares allowing one square for a square foot of ground Write dates names etc directly on tho paper In this way It Is very easy to keep tho record of plantings One way to prevent egg eating is never to throw egg shells In tho yards Dry them In on oven ondj then crum ble and mix them with the soft food Farm Journal Jehoiakim Burns the Word of GodSs- adsySchoolLesson lorAug 20 1985 SpediUr Prepared for Thus Piper LESSON TEXTJeremiah 362152 Mem ory Veraa n84 GOLDEN TEXT Amend your wail and your doing and obey the voice of the Lord your QodJer 21L TIME The fourth year of Jeholaklmi ntrn n c eo- 6SCRIPTURE UEFEIlENCESMMhoit of Jeremlaha pri aching Jer 13114 171 n HillX IMIJ etc Character of Da rucht Jer 11tI1516 Fulfillment of Jremtahaproihcy I Kings 2125 New Testa runt references to Jeremiah I Matt 316 1976 Z11I ntl Mark 115 Rom 921 S Cor W1T Neb Sll 1014 17 Compare with Jr 1115 3717 1Mt JI6 Y9tI 135 U- 11t1lf JIas It ThoughtVklm was Interested or at least aroused by what some of his coun aelora had Just told him They had found him In the Inner court of the palace and had reported bow Baruch bad just read in public tho words of the prophet Jeremiah Sent to fetch the roll Tho roll of parch ment on which the prophecy was written bad been left In the chamber of KlUhama the scribe where tho state document were kept The princes evidently thought that a verbal report of Its contents would satisfy the king but ho decided that he would hear It for himself V 22 Wlntcrbouse The lower apartment of the palace This was roofed and sheltered and was com money used In cold weather while the upper apartments being more open were used la summer On the hearth Better In Jlev Ver In the brazier a firepan holding burning charcoal to warm the room Modern stoves with hearths were unknown at that date V 23 Loaves A manuscript was divided Into columns here spoken of as leaves lIe cut It with tho pen knife Tho king took the roll from Jehudi and also took tho knife which this scribe carried for sharpening his reed pens Ho cut the roll Into bits throwing tho pieces deliberately Into tho fro until the whole was consumed V 24 Yet they wero not afraid Jeremiah who writes these words cannot refrain from expressing his as tonishment at the hardness of their hearts Nor rent their garments As King Josiah had done See Leeson n Nor any of his servants Tho kings personal attendants like him self wero unmoved by what they heardV 25 Elnathan Dolalnh and Ge mariah Princes who had reported tho reading to tho king V ZOO To take Baruch and Jeremiah To arrest and Imprison them This ia what the princes had foreseen would happen If the kings heart was not touched by tho warning They had counseled Uarucb and Jere miah to hldo The Lord hid them Perhaps Ho used human friends to do this Jeremiah Is not heard of for sev eral years after this dato It la com monly supposed that It was at this time bo was guided to tho Euphrates more than 200 miles distant to bide tho linen girdle Jer 13 V 27 Tho word of the Lord came to Jeremiah Though tho prophet was In a sense exiled from homo and friends tho Lord was still with him V 28 Write the former words Tho book of which no copy existed and which no human memory could reproduce was preserved by Gods aspiring tho prophet to rewrite 1L V 29 Say to Jehoiakim The prophet was not directed to como Into the presence of the king who sought his life but merely to add to his prophecy these words concerning him Como and destroy Babylons king had oneo visited Jerusalem as Its conqueror and ho will coma again as destroyerV to Bit upon the throne of David On the death of Jehol kim his son Joholachin was nominal king of Judah for three months then was deposed by Nebuchadnezzar and carried to spend the remainder of his life in Babylon Body cast out- S Jer 2210 We have no record of tho fulfillment of this prophecy but it seems that Jebolaklm was slain either by his subjects or by Baby lonians V 31 Will punish him The literal reading I will visit upon him gives a better Idea of Gods mode of dealing with Ills sinful chit drenV J2flaveJ Ito Daruch who wrote The second roll was prepared just an the fret had been We are glad to know definitely Just bow one book of the Bible was given It probably gives us a hint of how other prophetical writings were pro pared Practical Points- V 21 Each should examine Ood8 Word for himself Act 1711 V 23 To destroy Gods Word Is too gigantic a work for human hands 1 Pet 125 V 24 It is worth much in Gods sight If we lament the woe we cannot vertrEzek 94 V 26 Christ Himself Is the hiding place for all Ills loving onesPs 3120V 31 Ono may become so hardened In sin that there Is no possibility of recovery1 John 516 V 31 The sinner hands down to his children a terrible legacy Ex LMSincerity is the one secret of suc ecu in tho iBearch forts God SUaa Horn Picture on A Man A deserter from the British army was Identified recently by the follow Ing tattoo marks upon him A cross on the left forearm with the words In loving memory a Jockey with two flags Buffalo Bill a heart on the bad of the left hand a horseshoe with crossed whips a cross with the figure of a soldier leaning on It a pierced heart a heart on tho right forearm a heart with clasped Lands a soldier anti 1 girl Obstinate Theater Curtain At a theater in London one night recently the hydraulic power that controls the asbestos curtain gave out and the curtain slowly but Inexorably descended a few minutes after the performance had begun After half an hour of unavailing attempts to raise the curtain the people In the theater were dismissed and their entrance money was refunded Dog Eats Coal Apropos of a statement that coal would appear a strange article of diet a correspondent writes to the West minster Gazette saying that It Is not only children and cats who regard It as a luxury as he has an Irish water spaniel which makes away with a number of lumps a day unless the coal Is kept out of his reach Market Bear A bear In a stock exchange is as every one knows one who looks forward to a fall lu stocks and sells in the hope of being able to buy at a lower price be fore the time comes for delivery The name is supposed to be derived from the story of the man who sold a bears skin before he had caught and killed the bear NonPolitical Offices The ministers of war and marine of Japan are Independent of party politics sad do not go out of office at a change of cabinet Ministers of state and govern mental delegates have the right to ap pear at any time In either house of the diet and to address tho members British Army Rule A recent British army order states officers acting as press correspondents with any army In the field are forbidden to use their military rank or to describe themselves as military correspondents In their published communications Reward for Good Behavior Slum WorkerWhat a wellbehaved little boy he III Burglars Wife And ho comes by it natural mum Ills poor father always got his sentence reduced owin to good behavior Modern Society First Shave Tho earliest known mention of shav- Ing is in the Bible Genesis 4414 And ho Joseph shaved himself and same before Shaving the beard was Introduced by the Homans about 300 B C Birds Voices Many wild birds give warning of the approach of rain by a change In the tone of their cries The blackbird for in stance whose voice Is usually soft ut ters a shrill cry when a storm is Impend- Ing Missouris Chief Gov Folk the terror of the Missouri bpodlers Is described as being a rather entail man with a round big head snap plngjoyes and thin lips closing tightly over n wide stralghtmouth Ancients Drank It Beer Is spoken of by Xenophon in hU history of the retreat of the 10000 It was well known to the Romans as the beverage of northern Europe MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 11 CATTLE Common 3 00 3 4 00 Heavy steers 4 60 5 00 CALVESExtra 6 50 6 75 HOGS Ch packers 6 20 8 6 25 Mixed packers 6 10 6 20 SHEEPExtra 4 25 4 35 LAMBS Spring 7 35 tP 7 40 FLOURSpring pat 5 85 6 25 WHEAT No 2 red 83 0 84 No 3 red 79 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 66 4 No 2 white 5- 8OATSNo2 mixed 26- 1RYENo 2 l b9 HAY Ch timothy 12 50 Q12 75 PORKClear mess G15 75 LARDSteam O 7 25 DUTTERCb dairy 4p 15tf Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choice 2 50 3 50 POTATOES Per bbl 1 25 fJ 1 40 TOBACCO New 5 00 013 00 Old 4 50 J14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEATNo 2 red 81 82 No 3 red 95 ti0 1 05 CORNNo2 mixed55x 55y4 OATS No 2 mixed 0 2 K RVENo2 58 PORKMess 14 25 14 30 LARD Steam 7 75 New York FLOURWin strts 4 15 0 4 60 WHEAT No 2 red 1 88 y CORN No 2 mixed 0 6- 2OATSNo2 mixed 30 31 RYE Western 63J PORKMess 15 00 J16 00 LARD Steam 7 75 0 8 15 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 82 f l1Ii CORNNo2 mixed 0 5- 9CATTLESteers 400 4d 4 50 SHEEPNo1 250 3 00 Loulivllle CORNNo2 mixed 57 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 36 PORK Mess IS 00 LARDSteam 6 50 Indmnipolls WHEAT No 2 red ti 85 CORNNo 2 mixed Q 563 I OATSNo2 mixed 35 Berea College Founded PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest 4 College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateACAdemy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral froo Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our Instruction Is a free Students pay a small Incidental feo to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also maybebroughtof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation diets Methodists Presbyterians and good people of oil denominations roa ctroRMATiox IND rniENOLT ADVICE ADDRESS TOE SBCRETABT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky t Madison County Roller Mills eoftloMtJleM Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour MolooItJoItltlO Potts Duerson I Whites SuUoa Ky I I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 346 a m- Arrivdfiohmond415 o m Arrive Paris 528 a m- ArrlvuCinrinnoti750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Dereal32 p m Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrivo Paris880p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 laity Leave Reroallp m Arrive KnoIville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Train numbers 2 and 3 rurrBuffet Parlor car and coaches between Cincinnati sad KnoiTllla In both direction Tnlni num bets 1 end 4 Pullman rc tlbuled Sleeping car and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox Title In loth direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO TIme table In effect April IB 1905 EAST BOUND No1 No 3 No fl- Vertalllei 101J a B 6 30 p m 1JJVallerRichmond ar 11M 810 Richmond Iv 120J p m 6 SO a m Irvine lOS 7SO BetttyTllla 240r 905 BtattjTillt Jot 800 1020 WEST BOUND No 2 No1 No 8 Yen lies 757 a m 3 25 p m NlehcrfaiYille 8M 2V7 Valler View 82S 2M Richmond IT 600 1SS Richmond ar 733 pm ijo Irvine 8M p m 1225 b00Oeattyvllle 10 JO a m BealtrTllle Jet aso 1020 No 2 and el and S make cloM connection at HlcholaiTlIlo to and from Lexington and Clncl pall and at Vemlllei to and rom EbelbjrTllle nlIryI1ofuncllonlion ddltu any locallr nVoro11 R AgtVersailles To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My hop ia the moat complete and uptodtta in this part of the State for doing oil kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vlolnttj BlpreuIllcharge paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky RKTEBENOI Bank of Mt Vernon This button with a ten clot kIof I cASCARETSCANDY the Ideal locative and guaranteed conet- iontrecelpt FREE of live Pcent iiiikiuonsnST0MM s alrt 4 CuoI 1855 r I Call at T J Moborloys and see the beat line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky C K Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Sueeeaeor to B R Robinson All Balls promptly attended to nlghl ad day Telephone No 4 Berea Ky Williams Is better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleaa kg and Freeeing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Kr ST OHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclaw Popular pricea Merchant Tailoring shop ia connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop sncoutirilonwre Richmond Ky T T iPATENTSr ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice in InTentUs An Book llow to obtain Paianta TMnr II AND COPYRIGHTS OBTAI Nfl 1 FREE CTuircwf moderate tI Mewed Letters x1cU confidential Addresa 1 E S9IGGER3PdeetLawSFWaa5lnyta0f I I Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I H for Men 300 250 and 200 for j Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the worM They have to give letter satlsbttlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wean ers expect moro for their money than they can get elsewhere j- We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 1 +111 H H 111 N 111101111111111111111111 11 1111 H 1111 1 H Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HIHI Acan is out for a special meeting of Veterans of the Civil War on Saturday at 10 a m to put in op eration a plan for outpost meetings in affiliation with the Captain James West Post of Berea A general in vitation to all veterans is extended Coffee and light refreshments will Ie served at noon Mr E B Smith Editor of the Richmond Pantograph was in Boron on Friday of last week Mr Clyde Colby of Madison Ohio a student in the Dennison Theological School has been visit ing nt Prof Dodges for a few days W II Porter and family have just returned from a three weeks vis it in South Dakota He reports a grand time Miss Eva Duncan went to Win chester Saturday for a visit with her sisterRev No Kingsbury the Moun tain Evangelist called on us one day this week Being in need ol somo printing ho know that in the Printing Department of Bcrea College ho could get good work done at fair prices and acted accordingly The Berea Fair seemingly an ex case for nil kinds of tin horn gam hers has come and gone There woro a few fine horses there a little music a few prizes for the common products of the farm and household and for the rest gambling from the modification of a crap game to rob the negro boy of his nickels to a primitive roulette board that took the attention of the older heads and longer purses And all this in open daylight in the midst of such a community as ours Misses Nannie anti Lillie Baker ol Lexington came to Borea to visit their aunt Mrs Nannie G Baker and to attend the Fair Miss Lena Mohr came also and returned with them on Monday Miss Lucy Parsons has accepted a position with C J Hanson as saleslady v The friends of Mr Rix will be glad to learn that his condition i improving anti that there is every indication of his complete recovery The protracted meeting at the Glade Church closed last week Wed uesday night Bro McCully reports 28 udditipns to the church Miss Mary Coyle of Lccsburg Florida is visiting her sister Mrs Charles Davis Miss Ida Cook has returned to hoi homo in Falmouth Monday ShE hits been visiting her sister Mrs W II Bower for the last two months Those who donot usually read tin Teachers Column aro advised tha there is a communication from i teacher this week that is well worth their attention Mr Brashears advici to his fellow teachers may well b taken byall citizens And his exampli i i 1 is what is needed above all else by teachers in the back country whore school appliances aro yet so primitive Logan Englo visited John Welch Friday and Saturday W H Bower and fancily are to visit Mrs Bowers mother in Fal- mouth next Saturday The educated chimpanzee of the Hagenbeck show died upon being deprived of cigarettes after having smoked them for two years This is another reason says a contemporary whywe should urge the other cigar otto snickers to leave off the habit Miss Cora I Early of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Switzer An interesting game of ball is booked for Saturday Time Crab Orchard team which has not been defeated this season crosses bats with the Berea aggregation which also has a spotless record By request tho openingchapter of our new story Dri and I is re peated in this issue Wo accede to this request tho more readily be cause we aro anxious that all the readers of Tile CITIZEN should bo able to read this strong historical ro manco from the beginning There will Ixs no further repetition so all should take advantage of this opportunity to begin tho story Three separate attempts to rob the store now under the management of Mr M D Bowling have Leon made in tho last two weeks The last time lust Thursday night Mr Bowling shot twice at one of the thieves and since ho has been loft in peace Does this mean that we have an organized band of thieves in our midstA jolly party of young people enjoyed an outing and a supper on Robes Mountain Monday evening They assort that it did not rain eitherMrs F II Burns of Brookvillo Ind is spending this week with Miss Editha Speer Mr and Mrs Tupper willvisit Cincinnati this week sMr anti Mrs Dick returned Tues day night Mr Dick was investiga ting the furniture stores Wednesday morningMr Benham was in town Sunday He is working in Jellico TennMr E A Robinson was in Mt Vernon Monday on business Mr Robert Engle is in Cincinnati this week J Miss Sarah Dowdon returned last Tuesday from Illiinois where she has been visiting for a month J Watermelons appeared on tho streets lust week though they seem I to Lave grown pretty high on the 1 tree Mrs Robe returned Tuesday from J Lebanon where she has been visiting J her sisters 6S HIHMHIHlHlHH 1 I 1 I 1 I College Items HERE AND THERE I Oosnoy will return for tin ICharls mud Fred McCHst vlll re turn to Berea this fall and bring their sister I Harvey James will bo in school for tho fall term So will John D Henry of VirginiaI Miss Elizabeth Lewis has accepted a ositien In n private school at VYnllingford Conn Mary Hoskins of Leslie county is a candidate for County Superintend ont with a good prospect of election it is said Nancy Brock is teaching four miles south of Hydcn Leslie County mud reports the best enrollment ever known in her district A J Cokor a student In Berea College in 1802 now living at Drey fus visited Berea Wednesday Mr Coker is pastor of the Baptist Church at Cow Creek still County President Frost will preach next St hat at Rock ford III andwill lecture attlu same place Monday night lie will lecture at Ottawa Ill Chatauqua next week In the time between ho will visit Chicago and spend a little time with Mr and Mrs Rogers at Woodstock Rev Henry J Derthick formerly a resident of Bcrea preached Wed nesday night at tho Disciples Church where he was once pastor aniIon Friday night of this week he is expected to preach at Glade Church The Gospel Meetings The attention of godly people in Berea is once more called to the meetings now in progress at the Union Church Some who two weeks ago did not know Christ are now rejoicing in his saving grace Each one who is interested in tho eternal welfare of life fellowmen or in his own salvation should do his utmost to help forward i every effort put forth to bring souls I under tho blood of our Savior Be sides tho devil seems to be making special attack on tho morals of our town Evil minded men and women are doing what they can to corrupt time boys and girls There is no other protection from such a peril BO good so effective as sincere andag I gressive godliness An outpouring of tho Holy Spirits power will do more to purify tho moral atmosphere than anything else Therefore in these closing days of our meetings let each ono do his utmost to help A E THOMSON A FIvaMlnuto Sermon Tho wages of sin is death but tho gUt of God In eternal life through our Lord Jesus Christ The wages of sin is death that is loss degrada tion degeneration extinction but God never closes the door of escape from all this to man so long as man is capable of taking advantage of his mercy It is only when man has sunk below the lino that IIdoor nally long and eternally growing broader and sweeter and totter is tho gift the free gift of tho Father But men must fulfil the conditions of receiving it Education is free in some of the finest educational insti I tutions ju tho world but that does th81reach free they must live hard andwork harder often in order that they may outer into possession of what is really a gift Man did not know to a surety possiI bility thocomingof while he was teaching on earth a largo proportion of tho Jewish people hold that there was neither angel ncr resurrection and Socrates greatest of the heathen taught there was an oven chance that thatI hereafter was a life or a sleep so we can well say with Paul that tho gift of eternal life canine to us through tho Master And what was tho Masters mos sage Simply this God is a father to man lie loves him and has made a way of escape for him from sin and animalism and deathIII have come said JesuaIIthat men may have eternal life and may have it in great abundance I have the very thought of God If men really see me really understand me they may have Gods thought for human ity and his thought is a thought of love and life But if any man would come after me would be my disciple that is let him deny his lower life lot him tako up his cross let him put his shoulders under the burden of work that is necessary for the redemption of the worldand for the rest let him follow me and learn from my teachings and acts F siiY what is becoming to a child of God and necessary to ono who would en tor into eternal life Do you want eternal life or II you have it do you want it in groat or abundance than you have it now There is but ono trayEnlist undo Jesus Say Henceforth I will be a follower of Christ and study his teachings and life that I may know what is necessary for ono who would be his follower And it will not belong before eternal life in nil its beauty and splendor will dawn upon you T Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profes sibii Road thin display udvertisemeu of the six Morse Schools of Tele graphy in this issue and learn how easily u young manor ludy may learn telegraphy and lw assured n position Tho Citizen will prove to bo n helpful influence for good in your family or individual life if you permit it Subscribe today and try it Farm and Stock Sale I will sell my Blue Grass Farm and stock upon it at Public Auction at my residence in Garrard County on August 24 1005 Said Farm is situated within 1 i millS of Paint Lick within 1 mile of Lowell and within 10J miles of Lancaster Tho farm consists of Four Hundred Acres of Good Rich Laud in a high stuloof cultivation and well improved There is on tho Homo Lot of 100 acres a good Two Story Frame Bee idence with ten largo rooms with a flue rolling Lawn Also Two Barns Three Corn Cribs a Carriage House a Moot HoiiBOan Ice IIousea Gran cry a never failing Cistern throe nor er failing Ponds and ono Pool This 100 acres in Grass Tho remain ing 300 acres has upon it ono large Tobacco Barn 40 by 150 feet 100 feet of it being floored bud having racks troughs cribs and things necessary for feeding cattle or tunics This part of farm has a180 tenament house with a never failing well Half of this lot is good Tobacco Laud Tho Stock to be sold consists of 33 head of Two year old Mules broke to work 12 head of Horses the fine of Fifteen Hands high from 40 to 00 headof Cattle 25 head two Year old Steers Cows and Calves Hogs one good Black Jack foaled in 1002 fifteen hands high one Stallion Gov Eagle sired by King Dictator 10033 The farm moo offered in Separate Lots and then OH a whole and tho way it brings tho most money that way it will bo sold The usual terms See Posters WPPrewett Kirks ville Auctioneer Dr B Ramsey Paint Lick- College Rule for Students Whose Homes Are in Berea Students whoso homes are iu Bores should attend Berea College for tho entire year or go to tim Public School for the entire year Those who do not attend the College in the Fall Term will not be allowed to enter in the Winter Fall Term opens Wednesday Sep tembcr 13 This rule does NOT apply to stu dents who teach or to those whoso homes are not in Berea II kkkkKKkKKkKkkkKKKKKKkkKNl i Do You i lieK I Perfume gKkkkkKkkKkkkkkKkpkI tIt IItti We pride ourselves on having something new to show you every time you come in and h very next time theI t happen around ask be shown Alilton j the hesta new bouquet odor that is making a hit withus Its very strong and lasting and in fact some folks say it is a little too loudbut if it is too odIaIs that we can suit your taste with as we have a coupleiof dozen different odors from which you may choose same way with soaps talcums etc Please dont forget this the next time you read an advertisement in some magazine about a new A soap or toilet article We are almost sure to have it or will be more than pleased to get it for you I I The Porter Drug Co i Tilt plat where Purity it Paramount o c Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFEand ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD wt TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK 000000000000000000000000000oo c ooooooeoooo i I 10 V t e i r t II At The Shop for Ladies I o a i You can see the Finest Assortment i- o f 0- o e 0 of Early Fall Goods i I t v 0 o I i CJI 0- o 0 o 0 1 0 0 o o I o 0 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED I Interesting Happenings Boiled Down for tho Busy Readers FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES Government Official Doing Crimes and Casualties Progress of the War Between Russia and Japan In the Far East Yellow Scourge In New Orleans Archbishop Chappollo of Now Or leans who was stricken with yollo fever a tow days ago passed away in that city Although tho venerable pro ate was a subject of scientific treat meat and had tho most assiduous at tontlon his phylsquo always counted heavily against him Tho Texas state health officer has BO far raised tho Quarantlno against Shrovoport aa to permit of tho opera lion of freight trains No passenger trains will bo run for tho present An inspection of all passengers ar riving at Kansas City from the south for symptoms of yellow fever was ordered by Dr Sanders city physician Secretary Egan of the Illinois statn board of health announced that Illi nois would not quarantine against Kentucky and Tennessee on account of yellow fever An Inspector has boon j placed at Brookport I With tho death rato remAInIng low er than In previous visitations of tha fever tbo feeling in Now Orleans both among tho health authorities and tho lalety continue hopeful Tho fever has been prevalent long onotgh to typoi was ap peared The yollow foyer record nt New Or loans August 11 Is something of an im provement over that of the day before both as to now oases and now points of Infection An unexpected blow was struck at the marine hospital staff when one of the men sent there to as sist In the fight against tho disease was himself stricken Tho victim Is Surgeon G M Derry Dr Berry Is a Texas by nativity but baa lately been stationed In New York a Miscellaneous News The Norwegian people in n referee dum token pronounced In favar of the dlMoluUon of the union with Sweden with remarkable though not unoxpect od unanimity The returns show that I k about one person In three thousand voted aplnet tile dissolution The 68th name has been added to the list of fataHUea duo to the explo Sinn of the gunboat Beanlngton In San Dlofpi harbor July 21 George H McCabe solicitor of the department of agriculture has boon placed at the head of the Investigation 4 of tho bureau of animal Industry by Secretary Wilson with full authority to probe matters thorn to tho bottom Catholic authorities at Wichita lean bellovo that Rt Rev Bishop Theophllo Meorsobaort of tho Okla homa and Indian Territory dlocoao will bo appointed successor to tho lato Archbishop Cbnppollo of Now Orleans Prot 1 P Tlllmnn 28 an aeronaut of Clinton la fell from a balloon and was Instantly killed at Hofton Kan Frequent outbreaks of rioting call ing for drastic action by the pollco marked tho course of the strike of the Hebrew bakers on tho east side Now YorkGov Johnston of Minnesota has offered his services as mediator In tho telegraphers strike on the Great Northern and Northern Paclflo railroads a 1 The middle section of tho bt de partment store of tho John 0 Myers i Co In Albany N Y collapsed carry ing down with It over 100 persons Caught In a chaos of brick plaster and wooden beams were over ono hun childrent t sons and probably fatal Injury of two others The causo of tho accident will bo Investigated by a special commis sionJohn W Tlmmonu of Ohio an on hasttenant from July 1 1905 He In tho son in iaw of Vice President Fairbanks Secretary of Stato Ellhu Root has sailed for Labrador Ho hopes to moot Gov McGregor who sailed a fow days ago and will probably crulso along part of tho coast with him Secretary Taft was tho guest of hon or at a banquet given by tho combined chamber of commerce at tho Grand opera houso Manila Secretary of War Tuft and Miss Allco Roosevelt visited the trado schools In Manila The degree of hon orary president was conferred upon Secretary Taft by the Llcoo do Ma nUn Oscar Benson a policeman shot and killed his brothorln law Matthew Ma mar 60 fatally wounded Nicholas Ket tom 50 a cleric In Mamors jewelry store Chicago and then committed lulcldo Thoro were 20 now cases of typhoid foyer reported to tho health office in Washington August 10 tho greatest number for any ono day during tho present outbreak of typhoid In that cityUnion compositors wont on strike In three Detroit book and jobbing shops the R L folk Printing Co Raynor ft Taylor and WInD A Hammond Henry C S Hastings and William B Coates and about 30 other members of the First regiment Now York Infantry volunteers Jiavo sued tho Unit ed States government for two months pay for services In tho Hawaiian Islands during the SpanishAmerican warWarrants wore sworn out against four officials and ono clerk of the Western bank Denver which closed Its doors Tho men are charged with receiving deposits when they know the Western bank was Insolvent At Helena Mont Volvo tho bicy cle rider with tho Barnum Bailey circus who jumps the gap during the performance failed to do the trick there and foil to the ground Physi clans fear he is fatally Injured Tho 37 members of the FloloZloglor polar expedition which havo returned to safety at Honnlngsvaag Norway are nit In good health dosplto their privations trying experiences and their prolonged Imprisonment In tho arctic tho expedition having been sev erod from all communication with tho outsldo world since July 1903 Bishop Fitzgerald of the Catholic dlocoao of Llttlo Rock Ark senior bishop of tho provlnco of Now Orleans has appointed Bishop Rouxol of Now Orleans as the temporary successor of Archbishop Chappollo Tho Kansas City Inspector of weights and measures tested a num bar of gallon measures used by the drivers of the Standard 011 Co In de livering oil and declared after tho ex amination that each 15 out of 21 measures tested lacked onehalf pint ot hoMing five gallons Prof Willis L Moore of tho United States weather bureau issued a sIgn- ed statement denying all allegations of graft In tho management of the weather station in tho Blue Ridge mountains near Bluomont Vo Tho Gloss Bottle Blowers associa Lion and tho machine branch of the Glass Manufacturers association came to an agreement and ended tho long conference Wagoa and hours same as last your The cruiser Galveston which arrived In Hampton Roads Va has been as signed by the navy dopartmont at tho Instance of tho stato department to transport Prof John H Hollander and his secretary to San Domingo Chief of Pollco Plnkham of PaafflT dotla Cal arrested Mace Hitchcock alias Mollenry and John Caster altos John W Roth at Los Angeles Cal They aro cfild to bo wanted at fled ford Ind tho former on the charge of attempted murder and the latter on a minor charge Tho men admit their Identity IS H Butler editor and proprietor of tho Buffalo livening News was rob bed of 11400 In cash and signed cheeks for f 400 aa ho alighted from a train In tho ErIe railroad station After eight hours of argument tho executive heads of the Illinois coal mine operators and ot tho Illinois branch of tho United Coal Workers RAve up in despair all attempts to ad just their differences and separated The steamer Kanagawa from Hong Kong brings news of n plot there to ship 10000 rifles and 1000000 rounds of ammunition to Samar and other unpaclfled districts in tho Philippines A noto of warning was sounded against trusts by President Roosevelt in his speech before tho Chautauqtm assembly Adequate government su pervision of big corporations was strongly urged Tho death of Rr Adm Andrew Ben ham retired is reported to tho navy department at Montlcollo N H Ho was distinguished In tho service the active period ot his duty having ta ken place 47 years ago Orders from Washington havo been received at the Philadelphia mint to cease operations and dispense with tho services of 600 employes except those necessary to attend tho affairs of the Institution when coinage has been stopped Failures for tho week ending Au gust 11 number 108 in the United Statue compared with 107 a year ago and 19 in Canada against 33 lost year All but two of tho striking telegraph ors on tho Wllmar Sioux Falls dl vision of the Great Northern resumed work on tho conditions offered at the time they walked out and traffic has been resumed Whllo President Rooiovolte train was standing on tho siding at Lako wood N J during the night a thief entered and ono of tho secret service officers was robbed of a valuable watch while asleep After a consultation with tho presi dent Secretary Bonaparte announced that tho formal exercises Bccompaying tho interment of the body of John Paul Jones In tho United States will bo hold noxt spring Gon Lowls Seasongood Cincinnati financier has been appointed member of a committee of ton to call upon M Sorglus Wltto of tho Russian peace commission and ask him to intercede on behalf of oppressed Jows In Rus sin Tho stato board of health has Issued n bulletin containing tho statement that some 15000 children under 14 years of ago are at work In the cotton mills of North Carolina In behalf of the citizens union a statement was received by Friedorich W Hlnrlchs calling for the nomination of District Attorney Jerome for may or of New York by the citizens union Tho Monongahola coal combines big towboat Joo B Williams struck a log six miles bolow Golconda 111 in tho Ohio river and sunk without loss ot lifeSir Mortimer Durand the British ambassador is confined to his summer residence at Lenox Mass Last fall tho ambassador injured a knee in a cricket gamo and recently the Knee has troubled him severely Three Italians arrived at the mouth of fit Francis river near Helena Ark in a skiff but wore not allowed to land Ono of their number seemed to bo sick Tho suspects said their homo was In Ohio and that they wore bound there According to a report received at tho navy department ships of tho North Atlantic fleet have communlcat ed with one another by wireless telo graph at a distance of about 262 miles Suits wore brought In tho Pulaski Ark circuit court against tho Ham mond Packing Co Cudahy Packing Co and Swift Packing co Each corporation is sued for = 60000 penalties and forfeiture of authority to do bust ness in tho state About 2200 enthusiasts wont to Col ma Cal to witness the scheduled 25 round go between Gus Ruhlln the Ak ron giant and James McCormick Mc- CormIck was knocked out in the 18th roundTom Williams n mulatto negro male an attempt to assault a young white girl in a pasture near Sulphur Springs Tex Thrco hours later ho was a blazing mass In the public square at Sulphur Springs Forest fires are raging in tho low ly- Ing woods along tbo south bank of Kooton y river throo miles bolow Nel son B C and for a stretch of four miles tho hillside Is aflame The many scattered ranches aro In grave danger Mrs Mary Gender a widow 21 years old lost 3000 from her safety deposit box In the Illinois Trust and Savings bank Chicago and has sworn to a warrant charging Charles C Hommlt with tho theft Tho monoy was paid her by a life Insurance company after tho death of her husband Bent on killing herself because her husband demanded that she should do housework at night In order to let him sleep undisturbed during the day Mrs Antony Frank of Newcastle Pa waded Into Nasbanock creek and was about to drown hersolf whoa sho was arrested Tho Russian cruiser Pallada which was sunk at Port Arthur was re floated Tho Chicago pollco arrested Henry Hoffman who they declare Is a room ber of a gang organized to smuggle diamonds Into tho United States Twelve now cases of typhoid fovor wore reported In Washington City Au gust 11 Slnco tho let of July thoro havo been 246 cases Of thoso 41 have recovered and 26 have died Reports received at Monroe La from Eros stato that one of the no gross who shot and dangerously wounded J H Sanders of that place baa been lynched Mr Sandors Is a merchant at Bros and was acting as quarantine guard when shot Andre Roosevelt second cousin of the president has announced that ha is soon to bo married to a St Louis woman His brldo to bo Is wellAdolph Lang daughter of a known South St Louis family By tho explosion of a gasoline tank on board the ferry Phlydla at South Haven Mich several passengers were badly burned and a number who wero blown Into the water narrowly escaped drowning Tho death of a convict named Lid doll who was being worked at Sugar Hill camp In Bartow county Go has caused tho suspension of Deputy Warden Tiorco at that placo Information was received at tho prison comrais slona offlco that ho had boon whipped to death Joseph Q amm returned homo In Chicago Intoxicated and his wlfo told him to jump Into tho lako and drown him self Ho did October 2 was announced as trial day for 24 packers and lawyers and five corporations Indicted on charges of combining In restraint of commerce accepting rebates and interfering with government witnesses at Chicago Bo twcen 15 and 20 fresh subpoonaos returnable on tho date named woro se cretly Issued and were served American surgeons connected with tho board of health of Manila declare taat they havo discovered a positive euro for leprosy Of 25 cases treated all havo Improved six cases being ab solutely cured The method usod is a system of xrays Miss Alice Roosevelt was tho guest of honor at a grand ball at the gov eminent house Manila given in honor of tho presidents daughter by tho citi zens of Manila- Desplto the sentiment against Prod dent Cornelius P Shoo which has been plainly manifested at various times during tho convention of tho International Brotherhood of Team favorablehis reelection An Increase of about OH per cent in tho wages of blowers and gatherers was mado In tho scalo of the Amal gamated Window Glass Blowers as sociation Tho scale will be submitted to the manufacturers to go Into effect September 1 If agreed to Tho long list of murders resulting from the strikes was Increased by tho assassination of tho manager of tho Llplprau iron works Warsaw who was shot dwon at his residence by strikersTho president of tho United States who went to Wllkosbarre Fa and mado an address to tho delegates at tending tho annual convention of tho Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America and tho members of tho Unit ed Mine Workers of America was given a most enthusiastic reception Robert Irving publisher of tho New Yorker was arrested charged with criminal libel Ho was about to start for Newport Irving was taken at once to tho criminal courthouse ar raigned before Magistrate Broon and In default of 1000 ball was locked no la tto Tombs I TERMS MADE KNOWN Japan Wants Reimbursement For Expenses in the War Also the Cession of the Island of sak hallenAmount of Indemnity Not Fixed This Being Left to Mutual Adjustment Portsmouth N H Aug 11Relm bursement for tho expenses sustained in the prosecution of the war and the cession of tho Island of Sakhallen constitute the main features of the peace conditions handed by Baron Komura to Mr Wltte at the conclusion of tho morning session of the plenipotentia rise In tho general stores building of the Portsmouth navy yard Other terms are substantially what the world ox peeled and with ono or perhaps two exceptions could probably be ascot tamed as basis of negotiation They Include tho following x ho cession of tho Russian leases to tho Llatting peninsula comprising Port Arthur and Dalny Tho evacua ties of tho entire province of Man churla tho retrocession to China of any privileges Russia may havo In tho province and the recognition by Rus sia of tho principle of the open door The cession to Japan of tho Chinese Eastern railroad below Harbin the main line through Northern Manchuria to Vladivostok to remain Russian property Tho recognition of tho Jap anese protectorate over Korea The grant of fishing rights to Japan In tho waters of the Siberian littoral north ward from Vladivostok to tho Bchring sea Tho relinquishment to Japan of the Russian warships interned In neu tral ports Finally a limitation upon tho naval strength of Russia In far eastern watersIPortsmouth N H Aug 12Rus sins reply to the Japanese terms of peace was delivered by Mr Witte to Baron Komura Tho reply Is writ ten there being two texts ono in French tho other In English Upon the two crucial points Indemnity and the cession of the Island of Sakhallen the reply Is an absoluto non possimus Other points are accepted as basis for discussion while still others are ac cepted conditionally Tho reply Is rather long because In enumerating the conditions upon which discussion Is admitted and those upon which con sideration Is declined reasons and arguments are given Tho Japanese plenipotentiaries ore expected to ask for an immediate adjournment to ox amine and prepare this reply Mr Wltte will probably Intimate that the Russian plenipotentiaries expect tho Japanese to display much expedition as they tho Russians havo shown in the preparation of their responses Ilonceand secrecy aro their watch words But if the conditions as sub mated constitute their last word hope of peace may bo regarded as having disappeared If the fooling reflected In Russian circles Is a true criterion And that no substantial concessions on tho main Issues will bo mado Is tho belief In Russian and Japanese circles In the inner camps of both pleni potentiaries the deepest pessimism reigns Mr WItte it Is positively known believes the prospects of an agreement are so remote as to bo prac tI allY nil Ho has no desire to prolong the agony and Instead of fencing when the plenipotentiaries come to gether after tho Japaneso havo had tho opportunity to examine tho reply tticre Is strong reason to believe ho will not only welcome but will insist upon an immediate discussion of all tho proposed bases So pessimistic Is hpthat ho has already been talking to colleagues of his plans when ttio rupture comes Before sailing for homo ho contemplates a brief visit to Chicago That tho Japanoso terms In so far as they touch the main points will not bo withdrawn or materially modi fled Is the opinion of the most competent Japaneso authority on the ground who will talk for publication namely Mr Julio Kurapel Matsumato a member of the Japanese parliament who is here as a financial emissary of Japan Portsmouth N H Aug HNo progress was made with tho pcaco negotiations over Sunday Tho session of the plenipotentiaries which was to havo been held Sunday afternoon was ofIserved in Russia as a day of rest It would perhaps not be too much to say that the general tooling is more hopeful in spite of open predictions made by personages connected with both sides of tho negotiations that before next Sunday the plenipotentiaries will reach an impasse whore a rupture will become inevitable This pessimis tie view is based upon tho fact that so far as known tho two big barriers to an agreement Indemnity and Sak halin remain as high and insur mountable as ever Tho real struggle is only postponed Tho main problems aro no nearer so lution than when tbo plenipotentiaries met Exports of Manufactures Washington Aug 14 Statistics compiled by the bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor show that tho exports of manu factures in tho fiscal year just ended amounted to J54302J297 as against 452415921 In tho preceding year To Investigate Chinese Boycott Washington Aug 14 Minister Rockhlll and the consular officers In China have bees instructed to carefully look into ovary feature of tho boycott of American goods In Ohms and rooort to Um Mate department STATE NEW HAPPENINGS NO POWDER IN CAMP Consequently No Salute Was Fired For Gov Beckham Paducah Ky Aug 12ln the pres Once of 5000 people Gov J C W Bcckham accompanied by his staff re- vIewed tho Spcond Kentucky regiment When tho regimental band struck up Dlxlo tho crowd cheered The governor was tendered an ovation as ho entered tho grounds on a fine steed As tho ammunition for the Hotchklss and Catling guns failed to arrive the governors salute was not fired The ball for tho governor staff and tog mental officers took plaoo at the Park Pavilion It was a society function witnessed by hundreds of people The governor and a part of his staff left for Frankfort after tho ball He will como again August 23 and remain un til the 28th to review tho First and Third Kentucky regiments At dinner Gov Beckham and staff were guests of the hospital doctors Camp Yolser was attacked at 12 oclock at night by cavalry and infantry but only a few shots wero fired by the attacking army which departed on learning tho strength of tho army which they bad charged After tho defense had been formed tho general officers Col Wil liams and Gov Beckham walked through tho lines BY CLARENCE H MACKEY A Big Consignment of Horses Will Be Shipped Abroad Lexington Ky Aug 10 George Parsons representing Clarence H Mackey Is In Kentucky for the purpose of buying a number of thorough bred horses to bo used as jumpers Ho visited the Montrose farm of MaJ P Pti Johnston president of the National Trotting association who Is a breeder of all classes of fine horses Mr Parsons proposes to purchase while here for an English customer 20 head of trottlngbred mares and a stallion for exportation Tho gentleman whose namo he withhold Is expected bore next week to approve of the purchases It Is believed by some turfmen that this will bo one of tho largest consignments of trotting stock sent to one man In England In somo years NEW CAPITOL The First Work on the Site Will Begin Monday Frankfort Ky Aug 12Tho first work on tho new state houso under tho contract let to tho General Supply and Construction Co will bo done Monday when the work of excavating for the concrete foundation will begin The company will use every effort to complete tho foundations before win tor sets In The College Addition Barbourvllle Ky Aug 12Work Is under way on an addition to the ad ministration building at Union college to cost between 6000 and 7000 A heating and lighting plant to cost f6 000 is also under construction The 30000 Speed hall Is now complete and Is being furnished Killed By a Train Paris Ky Aug 10 Raymond Mc Keo son of W A McKee of this city attempted to board a moving train at Loogootee Ind and was thrown un der tho wheels One leg and one arm wero severed causing death In a few hours The remains wore brought here for interment Will portLexington Ky Aug 10 Informa tlon has been received here to tho ef fect that Hon Perry Belmont who has been traveling In England has pur chased for Importation to this coun try a number of thoroughbred brood mares to bo bred to tho famous race horse Ethelbert Temperance Victory In Harlan Harlan Ky Aug 10 Complete returns from the republican primary held in thIs county show that W W Lewis cashier of the First State bank of Harlan was nominated for counts judge by a plurality of over 500 Mr Lewis was the temperance and good roads candidate Suits To Collect Back Taxes Hopkinsvillo Ky Aug 11 Revenue Agent Frank A Lucas filed 16 suits for back taxes on property aggregating 1350000 in value The largest suit la against John B Trice as administrator of tho estate of Stephen B Trice claiming taxes for five years on 20000 worth of property Killed By Her Brother Springfield Ky Aug 12Mlss Des slo Auberry 17 years old was noel dentally shot and killed near here whllo hot small brother was carelessly handling a pistol The ball penetrated her brain Arrived at Wllllamstown Williamstown Ky Aug 11Chief of Police Callahan of Ludlow arrived hero with William Bailey a fugitive wanted hero on tho charge of killing Elmore Henry at Corinth Ky last February Bailey was captured at tho Ludlow Lagoon John A Lafferty Expires Cynthlana Ky Aug 11John A Lafferty aged 74 died at his homo at Brecklnridgo after a protracted Ill ness Mr Lafferty was sheriff of the county for one term and was a member of Morgans command JAIL STRONGLY GUARDED Mob Violence lu Feared at West Lib erty Morgan County Mt Sterling Ky Aug 12There Is still great excitement at West Liberty Morgan county over the assault on LydIa PhIpps the 15 year old daughter of Levi Phipps last week Tho four men charged with tho crime Sam Maynard Boone and Kelly Stacy and Wade Qulcksall wero brought before the county Judge for examination The Jail is strongly guarded for fear of mob violence and tho feeling Is high against tho men Qulcksall is a married man with a family The girl will likely recover BANKS TO BE SUED They Have Not Paid Their Taxes on the Basis Fixed Frankfort Ky Aug 11Attorney General Hays secured from tho state auditor a list of the national banks that have not paid their taxes this year on the basis fixed by tho stato board of assessment and will In tho next few days file suits against them to recover the taxes and penalties It tho banks pay up however before tho September term of the Franklin circuit court tho suits will not bo prose cutod PISTOL FIGHT Legislator Sam Black Shot and Killed By a Saloonkeeper Harrodsburg Ky Aug 11Sam Black a member of the legislature Policeman William Brltton and Walter Stolts a saloonkeeper engaged in a pistol fight on Main street Black was shot through the head and killed Instantly Britton received a bullet through the jaw and Stolts was wound ed In the abdomen Both are In a dying condition An old grudge Is said to have been tho cause of the troubleiCharged With Assault Lexington Ky Aug 12Tho trou bles of Leo Anderson charged with setting fire to tho largo barn burned at Elmendorf farm Wednesday night are coming thick and fast Friday night ho was arrested on a warrant sworn out by George S Shanklln charging him with a murderous assault on his son Shelby the night the firs occurred Representative Dalton Injured Scottsvllle Ky Aug 12 Represen tative J E Dalton of this place met with a severe accident while overseo Ing some repair work at his stock yards In East Scottsvlllo Ho acci dentally stepped upon a wlro nail which entered tho ball of the foot pen etrating through between tho third and fourth toes Adm Meads Old Home Covlngton Ky Aug 11Rr Adm William Whitman Mead tho naval officer In chargo of arrangements for tho meeting of the peace commissions at Portsmouth N H is an old rest dent of CovIngton having been ap pointed to tho Annapolis academy from this city- Declared To Be Insane Nlcholosvlllo Ky Aug 11 Frank Davis aged about 45 years was ado judged Insane in the county court and ordered to bo taken to tho Eastern Kentucky Insano asylum at Lexington Davis has been confined to his bod for 15 years Kentucky Teachers Meet Mlddleburg Ky Aug 10The teachers of Boyle Lincoln and Gar rard counties aro holding a Joint teachers institute at Junction City this week Over 200 teachers are in attendance Prof R N Roark of Lex- Ington Is conducting the meeting Edward C Remme Dies Suddenly Newport Ky Aug 10Edward a Remme ono of Newports most prom nent citizens and former cashier of tho German National bank died sud denly at his homo in West Third street this city His death was alto gether unexpected Daring Attempt To Escape CovIngton Ky Aug 12John Craig 24 a workhouse convict mado a daring dash for liberty and after successfully dodging a fusillade of shots plunged into tho Licking river His freedom was of short duration however for an hour later he was again in prison Old Resident Dead Newport Ky Aug 12 William Lund a pioneer resident of this city died at Speers hospital Cerebral hem orrhago was tho cause of death Tho deceased was 75 years of ago and ono of tho oldest members of Noaha Dove lodge of Odd Follows Say They Were Counted Out Winchester Ky Aug 11Tho dem ocrats who say they wero counted out on the last democratic primary held a meeting hero and decided to put a full city ticket in the field They also decided to run a newspaper during the campaign Robert B Nelson Burled Newport Ky Aug llrrhe remains of the late Robert B Nelson were laid to rest In tho little burying ground near tho Methodist church In Alexan drla He was born In Alexandria in April 1823 and lived there all his Ufo WH 1111111111 1111111111111 1111111111111111111111 i Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence publUhed anleti signed In fell by the writer The name li not for publication but at an evidence of rood faith Write plainly ot 4+tI 111 I I I I dittHtHttIItOWSLEY FLOYD Aug Hipror Cort passed thro horo on his way to his sisters on Buf falo Thursday Wo are beginning to realize tho great work that Churches and Sunday schools aro doing for this community Thorn are tower crimes and less whiskey since they have been established than wo have known for many years We hope that all may strive to bring tho boys and girls up to know tho great curse of whiskey and what an awful end it brings to thoso that drink it1Vo are having plenty of rain in this locality and crops are fine If the weather stays favorable wo will have tho hest crops wo have had for some earsTho schoolboys of this place havo organized debating society for the purpose of learning how to sponkTeachersJ- ustitmto was hold at Booneville last week therefore there was no school hut it began again this week with better success us tho pupils all have books nnd havo the determination to learn GABBARD Aug 12We have had some good rains the past wcoltDudley Key noM of Eversole was hero Tuesday Your correspondent was on Cow Creek Wednesday Corn crops are looking very promising in this vicini tyMrs B T Huff is on tho sick listGabbard Bros of Cow Creek will soon have their store house com pleted Tho noise of tho log wag ons can be heard very frequently which tells us that a good many logs are being hauledJames and Elmer Gabbard and John R Moore returned home last week from Jack son county where they have been visiting friends and relatives They report n delightful timoPror AB Cort of Greensburg Kystopped over hero with J L Gabbard Wednesday night Ho was on his way to Cortland to visit his sister for a couple of weeks and also hold ser vices while there He will probably preach at this place before he returns to Greensburg The timber com pany that recently bought G B Roses timber on Meadow creek are now preparing to builda narrow guage railroad beginning at Tallega Ky anti running to Lymons creek andcrossing over on to Meadow creek and then extending on to the farm of Mr Rose The road when completed will enable them to ship their timber in a Quicker and more convenient wayHurrah for TilE CITIZEN the uptodate paper of Ken tucky one that furnishes us with tho news from abroad as well as the happenings our own home county BOONEVILLE Aug 13Tho rain continues and farmers fear that tho corn crops ate injured thereby Jack Kidd who recentlysold his stock of merchan dise at Levi Ky to Campbell C McCollum has purchased a farm near Wallaceton Madison County and will soon move to it Wo regret very much to give up so good a citi zen but Owsleys loss is tho gain of Madison R W Bickncll a mora chant of this placo but who has been visiting at Wihnore for some time has bought Mrs J S Judds prop erty on Mulberry street and will paidl100DrucQ his merchandise to Clay Harvey last spring has bought the old store property of H C Xecdham has re paired and repainted and will go in business again about tho middle of September The Booneville Acad emy opened last Monday under the Campbell Christian gentleman Tim School is well attended and tho prospect for success is good About 12oclock last Sunday all the church and school hells in town began ringing and when the citizens rushed into tic streets it was found that Dr S G Sanders house was on flue About forty stalwart men fought tho flames for half an hour before they were subdued Tho cause of tho fire is supposed to bo from a pipe awaybyROCKCASTLE COUNTY CLIMAX Aug HThe excessive rain has damaged corn crops in this part but crops are much better than last year reporti Richmond filled his appointment horo last Sunday very acceptably There was a baptising at 0 oclock and preaching at 10Tho school is well attended hero there being some 00 pupila Pnrkio Scott our merchant is good business and accommodating the teachers who are j short of moneyIf you want a life i 1 I itt1Il- ike lifesized portrait give your or der to W J Chasteen Sr Satisfac tion guarnnteed sample nt Scotts storoTho following is the program for tho Teachers Association of tho thirdmagisterial district to ho held at Climax on Saturday Oct 7 lOOt Song by tho Association Devotion al exercises by Sherman Chasteen Address of welcome by J L Jones School Discipline by Sarah Stewart How to secure tiny cooperation of tho District by Ella Lake and others Oration by Helen Singleton Ad dress on school management by Prof Lewis of Berea College Vio lin Solo by John Scrogen Adjournment and basket dinner Singing How to teach Geography by E F Dizney of Berca College Language by Ellen Wild and Linda Ballard Arithmetic by Mr Kencer Histo ry by C R Scott Nature Study by Sherman Chasteen und Juhn Scrogen Tho future of tho Teacher of Eastern Kentucky Will ho have to bo hatter prepared nnd will his salary lx better by Irof Lewis nnd others Adjournment BOONE Aug 14We had a nice mooting at Fairview church Saturday and Sunday San Lambert of this place is visiting his mother nt Spring Place GaG L Wren is having a now dwelling house built at Boonea GapMrs J W Lambert visited Mrs Agnis Dobbs and Pattio Montgomery last 1VedtiesdayLee Wren and Arthur Guinn are in Illinois Rev L R Rowletto W W An glin Mr and Mrs W II Stephens and Mr and Mrs J 11 Lambert visited Rev and Mrs J W Lambert SundayNora Balenger of Whites Station visited her mother Saturday and SundayJ H Lambert went to Wildie Tuesday on business JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Aug IQuito n storm passed over this placo Sunday and did a great deal of damage to tho cornfields Miss Nannie and Charles Click of Kerby Knob visited nt H H Fowlers Saturday nnd at Mr Kelloys Sunday Also somebody came from Berea and called at Mr Kelloys while Miss Nannio was there Misses Sparkman and Nan nip Parsons attended church nt Flynn School house Hiram Rich ardson called at Rant Millers Sun day Jamea Richardson has return ed from Cincinnati Will Simpson and Charles Abrams were through hero Friday AHWilliams of Al corn was at this place Thursday on business P G Logsdon has pur chased a mule from Will Rice for 100 Calvin Carrol sold a lot of cattle in Richmond Monday Dep uty Sheriff Coffey will go to Chest nut Flat today to collect taxes Thomas Blanton has bought n farm from Abram Coffey Coleman Cox and family of Dreyfus are visiting his mother Mrs I T AlcornD S Miller of this place purchased 12 acres of land on Station Camp for 100 and will make his home there Mr Black has been inspecting staves hero tho past week Somo of thin School Teachers in this county seem to think that where a little whipping wont answer a big one will and have been known to bring tho blood from some of the boys backs WIND CAVE Aug 12We had a hard storm at this place yesterday Tho Teachers Association held at Chestnut Flat Saturday was a grand success on tho part of the citizens and thin completoCailuro that did not attend The schoolat this placo continues to progress nicely Mrs Nolan Isaacs is visiting relatives at Irvine this week Little Edna Fowler who has had singingnicelyCharley of Jno Maupin today John P Isaacs and Hiram Maupin will go to Birch MuchIWillie Morris and family were the SundaylastJschool Sunday and took his little son Jesse with him to bring tho horse back They took n hatchet and were marking tho way for the boy to return by On striking nt tho side of a troo tho hatchet glanc ed and struck tho horse in a delicate spot on the head anti he fell dead MADISON COUNTY MADISON Aug HMisses Ida and Nannie Baker and two other ladles from Lexington Kyare visiting Mrs Nannie Baker this YeekMrB Bud t n I Bush spent Monday with Mrs1iz- ComolisonTIced Cornolison hasj bought Tom McKcelmus placo McKeehan will move to Big 11111 Miss Ida Maupiu spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Hettio Smith nt Caleast HICKORY PLAINS rug14DIrs11ilson has returned from nn extended visit in Dell Countyfirs Ellen Smith and little daughter Sallio spout Monday with Mrs Daniel Maupiu Mrs Pitt Bongo amid son Willio have returned from Villa Grove Illwhero they have boon visiting tho past three weeks Miss Bessie Baugh will visit relatives at Brooks this weekMrs Fanny Slushor of Boll County is visiting Mrs B Wilson DREYFUS Miss Martha and Charlie Powell returned from n visit to Jackson last week Severn from this vicinity at tended thin Heron Fair Friday nnd Saturday W P Sandlin and John nnd Lawrence Powell attended Irvine court MondayJohn Morris of this place formerly n citizen of Jackson County has hail n paralytic stroke affecting his speech and right side but is slowly improving Miss Allio Young attended church at Red Lick Sunday W P Bicknell of Borne preached at the Christian Church Saturday night and Sunday This noigborhood was visited Sunday by a heavy rau and thunder storm ac companied bya high windwhich blow down tho corn George Sparks nnd family have returned from n weeks visit to Birch Lick and McKee in Jackson CountySeveral from Dreyfus attended church nt Pilot Knob Sunday nnd after service went to Mallory Springs anti spout the evening Mrs Annie Hudson visited her sister Mrs Amanda Baker at Big Hill Sunday LETCHER COUNTY MAY KINO August 14IVo are having plenty of rain these daysMrs Polly Craft was a visitor here Monday Doctor Adams of Colly was how Sunday The baby of Moses M Adams died on FridayBettie Jane Webb is on the sick list this week James J Polly and wife are the parents of a fine baby horn Friday Elder Arch Lucas nnd Simmy Adams hold a meeting at Henry Adams Saturday evening und Sunday which was at tended bya largo crowd THE STANDARD OIL CO Missouri Officials Will Hunt Up Evl dence Against It Jefferson City Mo Aug IGAttor ney General H S Hadly and Frank Blake one of his assistants leave for Cleveland 0 and thence to New York to look up evidence In the suit against tho Standard 011 Co Mr Hadley will seek not only to Impose a heavy fine upon the company but to oust It from Its franchise a6 A corporation In Mis sourl and to withdraw permanently Its privileges to do business In this state Marshall Fields Wealth Chicago Aug l6Tho valuation of tho property of Marshall Field In Chicago was fixed at 140000000 by tho board of review Of the sum named 30000000 Is In real ostato and tho balance In personal property Tbe personal holdings In hla residence on Prairie avenue are valued at = 000000 Asks For Capital Punishment Odessa Aug 18The military procurator has appealed against the de cision of a courtmartial which sen tenced two boy each to 20 years and a girl to 13 years penal servitude for being possession of explosives The procurator asks for capital punish ment HEALTH keephomeDraught We bays weed it In the family for orer two year with the beat ot rMulta 1 have not Lad a doctor la the house for tbkt length of time It is doctor In lUelt and alwayi read to mats a wen- aatllleaodhappIlLrAMEaxuLLJeck Decause this great medicine relieves stomach paIns free tho- constipated bowels anll invigor ate liver weak ened kidn- eysHo DOCTOR Js Decenary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physl healthfortheir only doctor Thedords Black Draught cures bilious chillsDdfevert a constipation colic and almost every other ailment bowelslifertrot the lua- lthTHEOFRD3 LAUt DRAUGHT II Kentucky PickUps I WIDOW KUKLUXED She Was Charged With Taking a Man To Her House llarrodafturg Ky AUR 10 Howard Watts a wellknown farmer In tho west end and Mrs Tabblo Snlleo were cruelly whipped by regulators Mrs Watts died some months ago Last week It Is stated Watts was riding along the road and Manulua Steele who had married Mrs Salleos sister remarked that be ought to be ku klux ed At this Watts drew a pistol It la said and fired a number of shots Into Stcelea house one of tho bullets barely missing a little child A few days ago Watts went to tho bouso of Mrs ItlisPArtyiCOLORED MAN ARRESTED He Is Charged With Assault on a Young White Woman Mt Sterling Ky AUK IGSnm Inane colored of Winchester wits arrested In Claysvlllo Bourbon county by Sheriff Woodson McCord on tho charge of assault on Mrs Sophia Cose a young white woman living at Colby a station on the C b 0 road The negro attacked the woman during hot husbands absence and after choking her Into Insensibility accomplished the horrible crimp The woman Identified Hlsle as her assailant There was heavy talk of a mob and Judge Pen ton ordered the negro to Lexington tor safekeeping Hlslo Is 32 years old and denies his guilt MORE COAL MINES Fully 100 Are Being Opened Up In the Big Sandy Valley Region Darbouravlllo Ky Aug lGFullr100 coal mines are being opened up at various points In tho Dig Bandy Valley region of Eastern Kentucky Into which a 90milo extension of the Co ft O railway has just been built Soy eral millions of dollars represent In the aggregate the capita now being In vested In that Hold and developments now under way will double the coal output of Kentucky within a few years Many operators are beginning to build Immense numbers of coke ovens for which the coal is best suited Had Prominent Relatives London Ky Aug 16 Hobort Ewell a brakeman was run over by a freight train at lafolletto Tenn and killed Ho was a son of Cot II L Ewell and brotllerln law of Capt II M Jackson president and McCalla Fitzgerald cashier of the First NaUonal bank His brother Is Lieut Ewell of tho United States army now In Alaska Death of Postmaster Elkin Lexington Ky Aug IItf Clay Elkin postmaster bore since 1898 died suddenly of heart dilation at his home Ho was 34 years of ago and was tho youngest flrst class postmaster la the service lie hold the office of deputy master commissioner before ho was appointed postmaster Was Waylaid and Rebbed Taylorsvllle Ky Aug l15Jon811 Stodglll a wellknown farmer of near Mt Eden was waylaid and robbed by highwaymen at the approach to Salt river bridge at this place Ho was beaten about the head and face pre sumably with brass knocks and rob bed of 6 In money- Convention Put Off Mt Sterling Ky Aug aTho republican of Fowull county unit at Stanton to nominate candidates for county offices but postponed action until September 23 Delegates wore Solected to the legislative convention at Spout Springs next Saturday and sent unlntttructed Big Shipment of Oak Logs Frankfort Ky Aug lOA number of rafts of 00 foot oak logs from the headwaters of the Kentucky river will arrive here for shipment to England to be used by a famous shipbuilding firm It Is said to be a particularly flue quality of oak- Widow Found Dead MoyHeld Ky Aug 18Mrs Lora Hargrovea widow of Rev J W liar groves a woll known Baptist minister was found dead in her room In this city It is supposed sho got up to put the window down and died of heart failure Causes Anxiety Louisville Ky Aug 16 Uneasi ness among 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