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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7+1Htf Hi HIr H r rI+tHIBEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager Ktteml at tkt PodoJflnal Xtrm Kg ni Ktond clan mail mater tt1hN1 F tI1tIttttttttttfdtt I IIII VOL VII Five coins a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1905 Ono dollar a year NO 10 IIDEAS ipldnasulfIt in quito possible for n young mutt to bo handicapped by too nary anccfltorn Thu man who has litllo informii lion usually ia not lacking in sell assertion Dutwoon tho too strving poor and thu deservedly poor thoro is n vast diNvronca Attached to every lIu cOM thoro in a certain dogroo of what the world designates OH bluff IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Georgia Legislature ndjonrncd uftur the Senate voted down tho bill forbidding child labor in lactorlco Aro Senates nil allkor in the curse of slavery still hanging over tho putUttloSupt of Compulsory Education Ikxliuo of Chicago creitUxl some thing of n sensation at tho convention bydeclaringwomen children andmmachine labor is driving met out of tho cities to fields of heavy manual labor and that women will soon bo tho rulers of imltmtry A declaratiouofwnronUaostaud puttera in Congress nud elsowhero was demanded by Gor A B Cum mina of loan last Thursday in tho ChicagoTheresolutions ending with n recommen lfewiproctlTariff to prosecuto tho work for which tho convention was called Tho favorite idea woes to have Iran that of n maximum and minimum tariff instead of tho present iron clad arrangement One of our metropolitan dailies recently celled attention to the fact that n Hreathitt Count man had leon arrowed for spitting on tho sayThingsthat a mountaineer cannot even shoot an objectionable neighbor without bo ing fluent If there wero not BO teach shooting among those who peso as leaders in civilization madculturo in the state then might Iw and prob ably would lie fewer shootings iu the neglected part of the state What la chivalry in ono portion of tho state eau hardly lx condemned us barbarism in another There is trouble In tho Trans mihtiitwippi Congress at Portland Or over Chimwo exclusion Tho Oregon and Washington delegates oppoHo any relaxation in tho severity of tho exclusion laws And in time meantime the boycott against summer ican Imports goes merrily on in Chi tnndllllttOI1tIt is definitely announced that there will tx no extra session of Con grow this year It is likely that tho President realizes that with time prca ont comjKwition of tho Senate his Bchomcfl for railroad and other cor poration legislation will como to naught But the gentlemen who the seats of tho mighty in Washington ought to remember Lincolns quaint statement that You can fool seine of the jxxmlo nil tho time and nil of tho peoplo sonic of the time but you cant fool all of time people all of tho time FROM THE WIDE WORLD i Japan has n national debt of more than 000000000 and the Russian national debt is close to the fourbill ion murk This fact might havo something to do with tho outcome of tho poacu conference Neither n mOil heavily in debt nor n nation in tho saran condition is absolutely master of any serious situation Professor Milyoukof until past March n professor In the University of Chicago has been urrL tll in St conllplrIng His specific offence is writing an article criticising tho proclamation of legiRlathoAs THE CITIZEN goes to press there seems little likelihood of n successful termination of time Pence Comtnis span at Portsmouth Franco is aid ing tho efforts of President Roosevelt but Great Britain refuses to inter fore declaring that tho conditions of rlghtcolIlIItreceded from his position of nbso lute refusal to consider tho subject of indemnity and has asked for now proposals from Japan Only two of tho St Petersburg newspapers it is said speak of tho now Russian assembly project with any enthusiasm Others while hulf heartedly admitting that it makes for improvement freely criticise tho limitations of tutu powers of tho assembly and ask for an extension of tho freedom of hnpross freedom of meeting and political amnesty THE CITIZEN I KINDLING THE EMBERS I AN ADJOURNMENT Pence Commissioners Met Tues day and Postponed the Con fcrence Until Wednesdny PROTOCOLS WERE NOT READY Stenographer Arrived at Portsmouth N II Front Oyster nay With 1 Com tiiuiilcatlon From limo President A Long Cable Message From 8k Pet eraburg Which It Believed To Be the Russian Reply Arrived Tuesday Night Portsmouth N IL Aug 23A prose correspondent U now In a position to roves substantially the suggestion of President Roosevelt for breaking the existing deadlock In the peace nego tiations and rescuing the conference from failure Ills solution would In geniously permit the satisfaction of tho Japanese demands fur reimburse mont for limo cost of the war and at limo same time enable Russia to tact tho world with tho declaration thnt she had not ceded a foot of territory or paid R kopeck of war tribute to the victor Tersely staled It consists In an agreement by Russia to ropurchase possession of either all or half of the Island of Sakhalin now in tho military occupation of the Japanese for a sum the amount of which If tho two coma trios can not agree shall be decided by some method of arbitration horo after to bo determined The purchase money together with tho sum Japan would obtain from tho cession of the Chinese eastern railroad and tho main tenance of tho Russian prisoners in Japan would It is estimated about equal tho amount claimed by Japan as her bill for tbo cost of the war Pos sibly therefore tho solution offered by tho president Involves recession by Japan upon article G tho cession of Sakhalin and recession by Russia upon article 9 Indemnity All Depends Upon Russian seems practically certain that this can not bo confirmed positively that the president Tuesday was able to give Mr Wltto substantial assurance that Japan would bo willing to accept such a compromise Tills Is apparent ly supported by the anthorltivc Jan muse statement made Tuesday night In tho reply to a question as to wheth er Japan had not decided to make sub stantial concessions It all depends up on Russia It was tho presidents meosngo to Mr Wltto which caused the sensation of tho day Early In tho morning had come tho official announcement that I tho meeting of tho conforenco which was to havo been hold Tuesday had been postponed until Wednesday U 930 oclock Tho public reason as signed was that the protocols for submission at the sitting had not been completed But a few hours later tho true reason leaked out J L McQrew ono of the stenographers attached to tho executive ofllco at Oyster Day had arrived with a communication from the president for tho Russian plenipo tentiariesSscrscy Maintained Mr Wltto and Daron Do Rosen hnd left tho hospital ostensibly for a rldo In an auto car for York Beach but In stead had quietly slipped over to the conference building at tho navy yard to receive tho message from Assistant Secretary Pelrce Tho most elaborate precautions had been taken to Insure secrecy but it leaked out through a tip from Now York From 1030 until 110 Mr Wltto and gargn Do Ran temaing at tho cjab = = r fcronco building with Mr Polrce All those present decllno to mako any statements regarding what transpired at tho navy yard even refusing to ad mit that any importance attached to tho matter Mr Wltto would only admit that hp had gono to the build lag to send a message and naron IX Roseir and Mr Polrco absolutely refused to make any statements Mri McGrow took tho 32G train for Dos tonA long table mooeago from St Pe tersburg which Is believed to bo the RiiHotan reply arrival about 10 oclock Tuesday night and Mr Wlttos were tarlM Mr Nobukoff and Mr Plnncon Immediately began deciphering It CZARS MANIrESTO The Douma Project Discussed at a Public Meeting In Moscow IICrpCo1rjtng nmnlfwto on the douma project WAS discussed One speaker denounced tho manifesto and the project in violent terms Another urgod armed robe lion Later tho municipal officiate en tered the hall and tho mayor Prince Oalatxln made a speech After which a resolution was adopted which de clared that the meeting attached groit value to tho constitution of tho douma as the first stop toward participation of tho public In tho work of leglsla j tlon but that It fully realized that a national government was possible on ly on the condition that the Russian people be given Immediately all civil rights freedom of tho press freedom of speech and meeting and InvIolabII ty of person and urged that changes be mado based on tho principle of unl rental suffrage In order to restore the complete calm of the country The action of the mooting was greeted with applause There was fow dissenters CONGER RESIGNS r Ambassador To Mexico Retires From I the Diplomatic Service Oyster tiny N Y Aug 23Edwln II Conger of Iowa has resigned his post as American ambassador to Mex ico to take effect October 18 next and Iresldont Roosevelt has accepted tho resignationIt boon determined definite ly yet who vlll succeed Mr Conger as ambassador to Mexico but as heretofore stated It probably will bo David R Thompson of Nebraska now Am prlcah ambassador to Brazil It Is known that Ambassador Thompson do sires tho Mexican post allpolntmcontjtho ant secretary of stn o had boon men toned but it can bo sjald pretty defi nitely that Mr Loomis will not be ap pointed Ills resignation as assistant secretary of state may be expected at any time It Is certain that ho Is to retire from tho stato department but whether ho will receive an appoint anent In the diplomatic service as has boon suggested IB thought to too somewhat problematical BY ROBBERS A New York City Woman Shot and Killed In Chicago Chicago Aug 22rs S E Mlzo at New York city was shot and killed by a robber Accompanied by Mrs E F Wilson also of Now York Mrs MIze loft the Del Prado hotel where they wore staying about 10 oclock for a short walk At 68th street and Washington avenue a short distance from tho hotel they wore stopped by two men who demanded their valua bles Mrs Mlzo started to run when ono of tho men shot her in tho head Mrs Mlzo died In a fow minutes after being taken to tUo hotel HOLDING ITS OWN 1 Tliero Was Little Change From the Yellow Fewer Record For Several Days Past THE AUTHORITIES ENCOURAGED Son of a Millionaire Ranker In a Cell Nor a Brief Tlmo For Kalliiifr to Screen Ills Cisterns Among the Telegrams Received By the Mayor Was One From the Democratic Campaign Mana ger Thomas Taggart Now Orleans Aug 23 Report to G p m Tuesday New cases 57 total to date 1C03 deaths 9 total 214 now fool 21 total 342 remaining un dor treatment 319 Now Orleans Aug 23The fact that there was little change Tuesday from tho record for several days past was accepted by tho federal authori ties as confirming their expressions or time encouraging nature of tho yellow fever situation In every visitation that New Orleans has had August and September have been tho months of most frightful mortality August pro ducing a death list of 5133 In 1853 and September a death list of 1800ln 18ij The fever fighters therefore contend that If tho disease Is hold In check at tho very period when It ought to be on an ascending scalp of virulence and while both the cases and deaths should bo leaping to alarming figures there Is no reason why they should re servo opinions that the worst Is over Nevertheless tho word has gone down the line from headquarters that there must bo no cessation of tho measures that havo been recommended as nec essary to continue control of the sltua tion Relaxation now would only give the fever the opportunity to gain afresh hold upon tho community and with throe months Intervening before frost It Is felt that any want of vigi lance may undo all tho good that has already boon done With this idea In mind all tho forces engaged In the work of education are redoubling their efforts and nightly publlelinllIge of the fever remains Unscreened Cisterns In plUjAt U JS SfiUalflfl herohaa boon on tho subject some cisterns still remain unscreened and the police have whoINowiloans baseball club and a Bon of Isidorj Nowman tho millionaire banker to spend a brief time In a cell Tuesday Mr Newman Is tho head of tho com pany which owns Athletic park Some ono discovered that thero were three unscreened cisterns on tho grounds and made an affidavit against him When tho pollco appeared In his Ca rondalet street office Mr Newman or dered them out and then barred tho doors Tho policemen disappeared and Mr Nowman went to pollco head quarters When ho reached there ho was arrested and locked up Later he was released by Inspector Whlta ker Mr Newman was indignant at his arrest Ho said he had made large contributions to the citizens fund and had paid to screen a largo number of cisterns that ho did not own In his ward and had simply forgotten the cis terns at tho park t 4 d1milyWNawspapera J 9I YOpalttMUt i Yptt6w biic Hr boy y WbJ QJ w yWhroor t tA tAPITAl aSURPUIS f1 OOOH 1 July 27 1905 t J AN OLD SHOT BAG Is noither fireproof nor bugler t yroi Our fireproof vault and t our I absolute burglarproof timelock safe are at YOUR service free Small-S accounts are as welcome as the V v larger ones 4 tvStart twatch it grow We want to help you t save your money Come In and lets talk fit over Yours truly 1 Cashierl + ++ t t tt t + Youre Invited thoJurgestCOMIINLOOT BXAMINT3 COMPAIJB nnO PKIQE OllrIgoods aro all for sale wo advertise and encourage homo buying and wo dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We havo SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To mako SMILINGvSATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality willnil testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 OLIVER WAGONSI Everybody saves money by trading at I H slContinuance of our Great Mid= Summer To Sept 1st The goods we offer at this sale are all new and uptodate bought less than a year ago and you are sure to get the very best for the lowest possible cost prices Everything in Clothing and Shoes must go no matter what the loss jj STUDEBAKER OBELISK BANNER Bargains in Suits 1500 Suits for 1100I1200 Suits for 900 1000 Suits for 760 750 Suits for 500 Bargains in Shoes 400 Shoes for 325 350 Shoes for 29O 300 Shoes for 240 250 Shoes for 215 200 Shoes for 165 New Cash StorevBerea Ky 00 Rhodus Prop BEGGAR AND KING Jewel have point that wound us fortune has eyvea that sting Better the dream of a beggar than the discontent of a king Asleep In the nodding grants the beggar he dreamed a droam Sill was a crown and scepter rich in their jeweled gleam Purple and gold and ermine lent him their prMa upreme Revel and rout and feasting centered about his throne Yeoman and slave atd noble yielded to him alone Castle and field and forestall of them were his own Waking his dream was broken as are the dreams of men Idly he thought upon It laughed and he murmured then 1 may regain my kingdom for I will dream again Fretting within his raises there sat the king In thought Doubts of his sway assailed him oft with his fears he fought Always asleep or waking ho dreamed ot- a traitor plot Kings they must sit and wonder beggars may rove and sing Better tho dreams of a beggar than the discontent of a king W D N In Chicago Dally Tribune Dri and I By IRVING BACHEILEB Author of Eben Holden Dtrrol of the Blessed Isles Etc Cop1rlht i8Ot br LoUirop IubUhk Oompll7 CHAPTER I CONTINUED Thero were six more days ot travel In that journeytravel so fraught with hardships I wonder that some days we had the heart to press on More than all I wonder that the frail body of my mother was equal to It But I am writing no vain record of en durance I have written enough to suggest what moving meant in the wilderness There Is but one more color in the scenes of that journey The fourth day after we left Chateau gay my grandmother fell ill and died suddenly there In the deep woods Wo were far from any village and sorrow slowed our steps We pushed on com ing soon to a sawmill and a small set tlement They told us there was neither minister nor undertaker with in 40 miles My father and Drl made the coma of planed lumber and lined it with deerskin and dug the grave on top of a high hill When all was ready my father who had always been much given to profanity albeit I know he was a kindly and honest man with no Irreverence In his heart called Drl asideDrl said he ye ve alwus been mote properspoken than I hey Say a word o prayer Dont much bllevo I could said he thoughtfully I hev been t meet in but I haint never been no great hand fer prayln T would nt sound right nohow fer me t pray said my father I got s kind o rough when I was In the army IFratd Itll come a leetle Unhandy fer me said Dri pith a look of em barrassment but I dont never shirk a tough job et it hes t be done Then be stepped forward took off his faded hat his brow wrinkling deep and said in a drawling preacher tone that had no sound of Dri In it 0 God tek care o granma Help us t go on careful an when we re riled help us t keep er mouths shet 0 God help the ol cart an the ex in per tlclar An dont be noway hard onus Amen CHAPTER II June was half over when we came to our new home in the town of Madridthen a home only for the foxes and the fowls of tho air and their wild kin of the forest The road ran through a little valley thick with timber and rockbound within a mile of us all comfortably settled In small log houses For temporary use we built a rude bark shanty that had a partition of blankets living in this primitive manner until my father and Drl had felled the timber and built a log house We brought flour from Ma lonea dozen sacks or moreand while they were building I had to supply my mother with fish and game and berries for the tablea thing easy enough to do in that land of plenty When the logs were cut and hewn I went away horseback to Canton for a jug of rum I was all day and half the night going and coming and fording the Grasse took mo stirrups under Then the neighbors camo to the rais luga jolly company that shouted Hoe oh heel as they lifted each heavy log to Its place and grew noisier quamng the odorous red rum that had a mighty good look to me although my father would not hear of my tast ing It When it was all over there was nothing to pay but our gratitude While they were building bunks I went off to sawmill with the oxen for boards and shingles Then short ly we had a roof over us and floors to walk on and that luxury DrI called a pyaz although It was not moro than a mere shelf with a roof over It Wo chinked the logs with moss and clay at first putting up greased paper in tho window spaces For months we knew not tile luxury of tho glass pane That summer wo changed work with tho neighbors and after we had helped them awhile they turned to In the clearing of our farm We foiled the trees In long bushy windrows heap lag them ua with brush and uDall wood when the chopping was over That done We tired tho rows filling the deep of heaven with smoke as it seemed to me and lighting the night with great billows of flame By midautumn we bad cleared to the stumps a strip half down the val ley from our door Then wo turned to on the land of our neighbors my time counting half for I was sturdy and could swing the ax to a line and felt a joy In seeing tho chips fly But my father kept an eye on me and held me back as with a leash My mother was often sorely tried for the lack of things common as dirt these better days Frequently our only bakingpowder was white lye made by dropping ashcinders Into water Our cinders wero made by letting the sap of green timber drip into hot ashes Often deers tallow bears grease or raccoons oil served for shortening and the leaves of the wild raspberry for tea Our neighbors went to mill at Cantona journey of five days going and coming with an ox team and beset with many difficul ties Then ono of them hollowed the top ot a stump for his mortar and tied hU pestle to the bough of a tree With a rope he drew the bough down which as It sprang back lifted the pestle that ground his grain But money was the rarest of all things in our neighborhood thoso days Pearlash blacksalts West India pipe staves and rafts of Umber brought cash but no other products of the early settler Late that fall my mother gavo a danco a rude but hearty pleas uring that followed a long conference In which my father had a part They all agreed to turn to after snowfall on the riverland cut a raft of timber and send It to Montreal In the spring Our things had come including Dris fiddle so that we had chairs and bed steads and other accessories of life not common among our neighbors My mother had a few jewels and some fine old furniture that her father had given herreally beautiful things I have since come to knowand she showed them to those simple folk with a mighty pride in her eyes Business over Drl took down his fiddle that hung on the wall and made the strings roar as he tuned them Then ho throw his long right leg over tho other and as he drew the bow MT ilOTHEH GAVE MB ALL THE SCHOOLING IlIAD THAT WIN- TEn his big foot began to pat the floor a good pace away His chin lifted his fingers flew his bow quickened the notes seemed to whirl and scurry lightfooted as a rout of fairies Mean while the toe of his right boot counted the increasing tempo until it came up and down like a ratchet Darius Olin was mostly of a slow and sober manner To cross his legs and feel a fiddle seemed to throw his heart open and put him In full gear Then his thoughts were quick his eyes merry his heart was a fountain of joy He would lean forward sway ing his head and shouting Yip as the bow hurried Drl was a hard working man but the feel of the fiddle warmed and limbered him from toe to finger He was overmodest making light of his skill if he ever spoke of it and had no ear for a com pliment While our elders were dancing I and others of my age were play ing games in the kitchenkissing games with a rush and tumble In them pursInthecorner hunttbesqulrrel and the like Even then I thought I was in love with pretty Rose Mer riman She would never let me kiss her even though I had caught her and had the right My mother gave mo all the school ing I had that winter A year later they built a schoolhouce not quite a mile away where I found more fun than learning After two years I shouldered my ax and went to the riverland with the choppers every win ter morning My father was stronger than any ot them except Dri who could drive his ax to the bit every blow day after day lie had the strength of a giant and no man I know tried over to cope with him By the middle of May we began rolling in for tbo raft As soon as they were floating the logs were withed together and moored In see tons The bay became presently a quaking redolent plain of Umber When we started the raft early in June that summer of 1810 and worked it into the broad rlvor with sweeps and poles I was aboard with Dri and six other men bound for the big city of which I had heard so much I was to visit the relatives of my mother and spend a year In the College do St Pierre We had a little frame house on a big platform back of tho middle section of the raft with bunks in it where wo ate and slept and told stories Lying on the platform there was a large flat stone that held our ti fires for both cooking and comfortI Drl called me in the dusk of the early morning the flrstfalght out andsaid we were near the Sault I got up rubbed my eyes and felt a mighty thrill 03 I heard the rear of the great rapids and tb1J creaking withes and felt the lift ot the speeding waters Drl said they had broken the raft Into three parts ours being hindmost The roaring grew louder until my shout was as a whisper la a hurricane The logs began to heave and taU and waves camo rushing through them Sheets of spray shot skyward coming down like a shower We were shaken as by an earthquake In the rough wa ter Then the roar tell back of us and tho raft grow steady Gin us a tough twist said Drl shouting down at meklnd uv a twist o the bit n a kick n the aide It was coming daylight as we soiled hisIgetting an answer out of the gloom ahead Goldum ef It haint the power ur a thousan painters Dri continued laughing as he spoke Never see nothln Jump n kick n spit like that air loss It had fur onnever n all my born days Dria sober face showed dimly now in the dawn Ills hands were on his hips his faded felt hat was tipped sideways His boots and trousers were quarreling over that disputed territory between his knees and ankles His boots had checked tho Invasion Smooth water now said ho thoughtfully Seems terribly still Halnt a breath uv air stlrrln Jeru shy Jane Pepper Wha does that mean tOO He stepped aside quickly as somo bits of bark and a small bough of hem lock fell at our feet Then a shower of pine needles came slowly down scattering over us and hitting the tim ber with a faint hiss Before wo could look up a dry stick as long as a log fell rattling on the platform Never seen no scch dolns afore said Dri looking upward Things dont seem t me t be actin cggzacly natralnut Jest es Id like t see em As the light came clearer we saw clouds heaped black and blue over the treetops in the southwest We stood a moment looking The clouds were heaping higher pulsing with light roaring with thunder What seemed to be a flock of pigeons rose suddenly above the tar forest and then fell as If they had all been shot A gust of wind coasted down the still ether fluttering like a rag and shaking out a few drops of rain Look there I shouted pointing aloftHark said Drl sharply raising his hand of three fingers We could hear a far sound like that of a great wagon rumbling on a stony road The Almightys whlppln his homes said Drl Looks cs ef he was plun gin em through the woods way gender Look a thot air sky The cloudmasses were looming rapI- dly They had a glow like that of copperTryln to put a nit on the world my companion shouted Swlngln1 ther hammers hard on tho rivets A little peak of green vapor showed above the skyline It loomed high as we looked It grew Into a lofty column reeling far above the forest Bo low It we could see a mlghy heaving in the treetops Something like an immense bird was hurtling and pir ouetting In the air above them The tower of green looked now like a great flaring bucket hooped with lIre and overflowing with darkness Our ears were full of a mlghy voice out of the heavens A wind came roaring down some tideway of the air like water In a flume It seemed to tap the sky Before I could gather my thoughts we were In a torrent of rushing air and the raft had begun to heave and toss I felt Drl take my hand In his I could just see his face for the morning had turned dark suddenly His lips were moving but I could hear nothing he said Then he lay flat pulling me down Above and around all the noises that over came to the ear of manthe boating of drums the bellow ing of cattle the crash of falling trees the shriek of women the rattle ot ma chinery the roar of waters the crack of rifles the blowing of trumpets the braying of asses and sounds of the like of which I had never heard and pray God I may not hear again one and then another dominating the mighty chorus Behind us la the gloom I could see or thought I could ese the reeling mass of green plough ing the water like a ship with chains of gold flashing over bulwarks of fire la a moment something happened of which I havo never had any definite notion I felt the strong arm of Drl clasping me tightly I heard the thump and roll and rattle of logs heaping above us I felt the water washing over me but I could see nothing I knew the raft bad doubled it would fall and grind our bones but I mado no effort to save myself And thinking how helpless I felt Is the lost I remember of the great windfall of June 3 1810 the path of which may be seen now 60 years after that memorable day and I suppose it will be visible long after my bones have crumbled I thought I had been sleeping when I camo to at least I had dreamed I was In some placo where It was dark and still I could hear nothing but the drip of water I could feel the arm of Drl about me and I called to him and then 1 felt him stir Thet you Ray said he lilting his headYes I answered Where are weT Judas Priest I aln no Idee Jcs woko up Been alnyln hero tryln t think Yo hurt Guess not said I Aint ye got no palM or aches nowhere n yer body Head aches a little said I n Ha rose to his elbow and male a light with his flint and Under and looked at mo Got a gooseegg on yer forard said he and then I saw there was blood on his face Ef it bed nt been fer the wlthos they d a ground us t powder We were lying alongside the little house and the logs were leaning to It above us- Jeruehy Jane Pepped Drl ex claimed rising to his knees S wbul I call a twister Ho began to whittle a piece of the splintered platform Then ho lit a shavingThey B ground here said ho as ha began to kindle a Ore ground aplenty right under us The firelight gave us a good look at our cavo under the logs It was about 10 feet long and probably an high Tho logs had crashed through the side of the house In one or two places and its roof was a wreck Hungry said Drl as he broke a piece of board on his knee Yes I answered So m I said he hungrier n a shewolf Theys some bread n yen son there n the house wo better try t gin em An opening under the logs let me around the house corner to Its door I was able to work my way through the latter although It was choked with heavy timbers Inside I could hear the wash of the river and through its shattered window on the farther wall I could see between the heaped logs a glow of sunlit water I handed our ax through a break In the wall and ten Drl cut sway some of the baseboards and joined mo We had our meal cooking In a few mliutes our dinner really for Dri said t was near noon Having eaten wo ertwlcd out ot the window and then DTI began to pry the logs apart Aint much frald o their tumblin on us said he They re withed so they 11 stick together We got to another cave under the logs at the waters edge after an hour of crawling and prying A side of the raft was in tho water Got t dive said DrI an swim fer daylight- A long swim it was but we came up- fn clear water badly out of breath Wo swam around the Umber scram bling over a dead cow and upsboro The ruined raft was torn and tumbled into a very mountain of logs at the edge of the water The sun was shining clear and the air was still Limbs of trees bits of torn cloth a brakes hayrake fragments of wool a wagon wheel and two dead sheep were seat tored along the shore Where wo had seen the whirlwind coming the sky was clear sand beneath It was a groat gap In the woods with ragged walls of evergreen Here and there In the gap a stub was standing trunk and limbs naked Jcrushy Jane Popper Drl ex claimed with Oj pause after each word It s out a swath wider n this river Dont blleve a mouse could V Uvrt where the Umber s down over there Our sweepers and the other sections of the raft were nowhere In sight To He Continued Where the Snob Mnde a Mlitnk Abroad one meets a good many snobs among travelers said a Phila delphia man who has just returned from Europe Here Is an example- In England with a party of tour ists I visited a noted castle belonging to a well known peer Wo were all strangers to the castles noble owner but there was one among us who did nt care to admit the fact He was a tat pompous man of about middle age and because none of us knew him he tried to impress us with his social Importance So he said to the housekeeper who was our guide Hows the Duke Very well sir thank you she rpliedIs Lady Gertrude also welir Very well thank you And the Duchess continued the pompous fellow The Duchess said the housekeeper has been dead for 25 years Philadelphia Press Need for Unite In a Massachusetts seaport tows many stories are still told of an eccentric old man who was a conspicuous figure In Ua streets 30 years ago Not man years before he died be married a young wife who was a con stant surprise to him One day an old friend met him hurrying along the main street of the town one arm held out stiffly in front of him and carrying a white paper parcel Dont touch me and dont detain met he cried AS his friend ap proachedWhat in the world Is tho matter asked the other Anybody sick up at your house Nobodys sick answered tho old man over his shoulder but Im fetch Ing home a new buanlt for my wife and I want to get there before the styles change Youths Companion Devouring the Bouquet A short time ago a traveler entered a restaurant in Dublin to partake ot lunch He took a seat at a table and opposite him sat two young Irishmen In the center of the table stood a nice lyarranged glass of celery and at the end of his meal ho helped himself freely to it when he noticed ono of the youths opposite looking at him very suspiciously and overheard him whir per to his mate Look Moiko hoi afthor eating tho flowers TltBlta An Extinguisher Gusner Sho told mo I was the Hgfef of hur lite- FlusherWell that was encourage ing Yes but her father happened nloafl Just then and put the light uiW Washington Start OUR BOYS AND GIFLS SOME BEACH FRIENDS What the Observant Boy or Girl May EM cm Going to the Ocean Beach See this curious traveler with his house on his back If you are so lucky as to be on the beach when Mr Hermits moving day comes around you will be hugely entertained When his house begins to pinch a little ho runs out the front door and scampers about till ho seen another shell which he thinks might be a better fit Ho kills Its occu rants and then slowly and cautiously backs Into It Out he pops again Worse than my old ono he exclaims Just then along comes a second hermit I also househunlng The two gentlemen in gray glare angrily at each other Whataflnesholir Tux ylenwT CHAD says hermit number one as ho spa a trtielk 1 am sure that will Just suit tae I think thats about my size re marks the second hermit hurrying for ward They arrive together and as number one starts to back Into the new house number two strikes at him with his great claw The first hermit dashes angrily at his enemy They tear and pinch and strike eno another till poor number one who Is smaller than his an tagonist drops exhausted on tho sand Number two doss the new house and n TilE SEA HOUSE giving his fallen enemy a scornful look marches proudly away Do you know that herds of horses live down In the tropical sea Strange fellows they are feeding on the eel grass In the shallows Each wears a gray coat of mall composed of his bones which lire outside his body Hippo has neither legs nor feet When he wants to rest he curls his tall around the nearest sea weed When ho meets a friend they twist their tails together which Is their way of shaking hands Ha has golden eyes and a yellow borderod fin on his back enabling him to swim awkwardly As soon as mother hippo lays her eggs her husband gathers them up and core Till FIDDLE CBAH fully tucks them Into a pocket thick ly lined with tat which he has for the purpose When the little horses burst their egg shells they eat some of his fat but hunger BOOH drives them out Into the world to care for themselves See this fellows great fiddleshaped claw which give him his name He lives with hundreds and hundreds of other fiddler crabs all along the Atlan tic shore south of Cape Cod He and his brothers dig so many burrows along the banks of the salt marshes that sometimes great masses of earth are un dermined and washed Into the sea The fiddlers aro shy fellows if they see anyone coming or hear a suspicious noise down they pop Into their holes They eat carrion says the Philadelphia Press but often carry seaweed Into their burrows as they prefer to dine at home now and then rather than to take all their meals out b Ability of Insects There was a certain little fly that was observed to run three Inches and make in doing It 440 steps nil in one half a second of time To equal this in proportion to his size a man would have to run at the rate of 20 miles a minuteThe common fly leaps 200 times Its own length To show like agility a man six feet tall would have to leap a distance of 1200 feet The cheese mite is about onequarter of an Inch In longth yet It has beon seen to take the tip of Its tall In Its mouth and then letting go with a jork to leap out of a vessel six inches deep To equal this a man would have to Jump out of a well from o depth of 144 feot THE SAVING HABIl Little Homily on a Most Important SubjectThe Road to Success How many boys are going Into bust ness how many girls Oh what a great lot of hands go upl Thats Just the way It is with the young men In the college ot so many of them are going to be lawyers or doctors but a great many more than ever before are going Into business And It is not only the boys from humble homes but also boys whose parents are wealthy who are eager to get Into some kind of paying businessAnd you know the little word of four letters that will help along most toward success Save It is a fine thing to be a good salesman or a careful buyer or to know how to display goods for salo or to advertise them A man who knows how to do these things well and thus bo able to hake money but still be no bettor oft than others unless ho knows how to save Now somebody wants to know what all this had to do with boys and girls Well Just this saving Is really a habit and habits you know feed to be commenced pretty early It Is just as hard to break off a good habit as a bad one That Is the boy or the girl who begins IIOUBINO TUB TIIIUFTT PBNN1BS saving early will be likely to do so all through life If any of yon should think this sounds like a little sermon just rdaeubor what the realty sueeeMful buMneiM rasa and women say about It Think of the penny provMent plans where you cau deposit even jtonnlos and receive stamps to show the amount of your deposits Then think of all the Wg savings banks that will be glad to have your account when it roaches five dollars or more Do you suppose the penny providonta amt the savings banks wero started by stingy oM fogies If you over did havo that notion drop It at once and learn that the people who establish and run such Institutions are the sound level headed successful business men They are men who believe In having dollars work while you sleep They are men who know what a fine thing It is to have a little money to Invest when a business chance cornea along Isnt It worth while to get Into their companyIt natural for a boy or girl who really gets very little money to think that If one cannot gave L groat deal the effort Isnt worth white That l another false notion There are splen did chances right now for the small In vestorGet your eye on a lot somewhere la the suburbs of a growing city See If you cans buy It by paying ten dollars down and five dollars a month Then make up your mind that In one way or another you are bound to savQ enough monthly to meet those payments Save I even more If you can You may to give up ninotonths of your DeedJwater but that will hurt nobody the Wellyou soda water manIbefore you know It and the pleasure ownership will more than make up the pleasures you might think you ofJmissed Then some day Mr Smith come along and soy Good Harry They tell on the Clrclovllle roadlYou straighen up and look him squarely In the face as yon tell him you do How much did Itcost you harry One hundred and fifty dollars Smith and I paid for it all myself MrIlittle over two years You did well my boy Do you property Is going up on that side of townYes sir father thinks I may be to get 200 for it some day Ill give you 250 for it this ablttIIts worth that what do you sIlYl Harry asked his father made the sale and began looking around at once for a new chanco to invest 1250 Isnt that successSave Save l Save 1 1 Torpedo Boats to Fight Porpoises A French torpedo boat has been sent out to engage in battle with the por poises along the coast of Brittany It Is claimed that they are spoiling the sardine fishing What to Do for Bee Stings If any sting Is left In the wound ex tract with a small pair or tweezers or sharp penknife Then apply diluted ammonia mud baking soda or onion Juice t I J 1 1 BereaTeachers iItilthif t Club AniiKtM AU ITh Pr8LU MCTrElIAIC II LKWIH 9M1lit111t1II111III11i1tht from Club Member Ky Aug 1505 1LeUers of the H T 0 t u few linen for our col i Citizen and tell you HOIIIO of my oxjwricnco while engaged in 0 Sunday School work hero in IIOWIbo mi much purim Ill moro good Bono by planting Sunday Schools in tho of the inountniiiH than in buy other wny Our hole ts in tho future generation nail if wt plant tho good sad of tho Word of God in tho hearts of the children wo may uxpcct to sun Christlike mun told women grow from It So let mo urgo ovary inomlor of tho li T C SundaySchoolizo out at onco This in tho way to get tho Hoot I have organized six Sunday Schools in this county and hope to orhlllllw several mow before September My greatest trouble is to find teachers to take up limo work Ono nun In acting OH Su ornteiulent J who was never in n Sunday School until ho tuna over fifty years old I enjoy my work because I know it is for tho good of tho people I love and ono of whom I am proud to bt In my traveling through tho country I enjoy being ablu to visit ninny of tho schools and stir the niche suit mInI tage of them One great need I find in lack of notxrsur books for tho children 1 hole tho memlorH of tho R T Cwill urge mho parcntn to buy their children hooks youthroughto meet you all at Iloron this winter I defliro your pniyern for myself and tho work I am trying lotto With best winhwi for your nuccoftn and happitiww I urn VMY Ittwpect fully Yours U It COMBS Station Camp Ky Aug 2005 Herea Tcncliorri Club Door Friends I have taught pro weeks in n now district which has a ceuauH enrollment of 10 pupils I have cnrollinl 30 census pupils six fivo yours old and two from an ad joining district Our average for tho first mouth won BO Tho first week wo lantloM time backmost benches huh now have two dozen uico jwlent tlmks Wo also did without n blackboard for throe weeks hilt havn n good ono now I hind no trouble getting patrons to buy time adopted text books How many of tho Club Teachers give cards for spelling nail reader classes f I do the children appreciate them very much and they nro on incentive to mjYours PATTIE Marinas WIIME Kt Aug M 1005 ppnr Ih T CMelnhor I wonder how tummyof you have devotional ox erciso for fifteen or twenty minutes every morning for your school before bogining work I am afraid that this is ono duty wo owe God that in neglected especially by tho young teachers who do not realize how needful the help of God becomen in the schoolroom YOU will bo mmirlscd to find out haw little flip children know nboul the Bible as their parents arc BO busy with their household nffaira that they do not lake the timo to read very much to their children Our first lesson was Genesis 1 and now my children cut tell nil about tho beginning of tho world- I explain to them on I road then ask them questions Ono little girl road the chapter after she wont homo that night I have also taken up tho study of Moses DUll Joseph and the children are interested Wo review every morning what is road tho day before and by this method you can keep the story con nected Some may think that miller a while tho children would become tired but it is not tho case in my school for every morning tho litho ones are very anxious for their Bible lessonI it n good plus to tako up ono certain windy and Stick to it until they have a very good idea of tho subject I would lo glad to hoar from other club members Lots exchange idoiis if I undorntaed aright that is tho object of tho cluji- N1 PABA STEWART TeachOlub News Alonzo Young and William Fran cis who attended school in Korea last year aro punning to bo there again in September Miss Pauline Richeyn well known grammar student of Boron won n beautiful gold modal in n contest in Knott County Teachers Institute last week Bristol Taylor is teaching in his homo district Ho is having fine at tcndanco nail he says ho likes teach ingGilbertConlbs is doing most excel lent work in Knoll County establish ing Sunday schools Henry Blair Corn Hyltou and Clark llylton who were in school at Boron last year are teaching iu Sun day schools this summer They will- Ie iu Boron in September The School Garden If any Club members have tried time window garden they should have tho children observe mold writo about timingsI leaves when they first conic from tho ground nod the change that taken pluuo soon after coming up plantsturncans around and see how long it will take the plants to turn toward tho light again 3 How tho under and upper sides of the leaves differ 4 tatter on movements of tho pea rued IMMIII or any other climbing plant How do they move and how rapidly Whtlo they watt to climb Plant seine kindof seed iu n small ate on your desk and cover it with u larger can or box Bo sure to havo it tight so that the plant will grow in the lark Lift it up occasionally to give fresh air Lot it grow iu tho dark for some titan and have tho children note pe uuliaritiea in shape and color Next week I will tell of probably tho most wonderful thing iu nil na lure showing n new use of the leaf TM +HWHHH4HHHH4HH Five Minute jj Sermon I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I What in eternal lICet Jesus said it Is to know God and his son Jesus Christ But how does it give etor nal lifo to know God f Simply because tho possession of eternal lifo depends oun certain quality of mans soul and this quality is that of know ing nod reverencing God Jesus saidI and tho Fattier are one When you see me you see tho Father also If n man has something of tho mime quality in him that was also in Christ Jesus if he anti tho Father nro ono in any remit dogae that man has eter cal or immortal life in just that degreeBut how can eternal life boa timing of degrees If a man immortal pos sesses time eternal quality BO that donUt hurts no power over is not this ub Bolulo And if two mon Limithis are they not equally immortal P Not at all You may have a number of pieces of gold bearing quartz Botluiro made of the same elements but one has more of tho valuable element gold than another I subjected to heat or other chemical action time quartz is slaghulDeath in the fire that tries the final quality of a mans life What is eter nal in its quality endures much devel cps through eternity what is merely mortal returns to the dust nut even so aro not balm mutt limo man with much of God in him anti tho mnn with little Immortal t Yes but they aro not both alike any wore than the two pieces of quartz are alike or than two students in aro alike iu their attainments Ono unity havo been n butter student than 10llgertlmoplied himself mote assiduously to his work Therefore he has moro of the student quality has moro of the intellcctllnllifeSo nun and women The ono who has time most of God in him tho most of that life which wo recog nize iu Jesus OH divine that ono tins tho most of eternal life in him not merely length of life but breadth and sweetness of lifo as well Not nil are alike in Heaven There uro pilgrims who might have been giants now walking limo streets of tho Now Jerusalem Is it not incumbent upon us thou to cultivate the eternal quality in liSt Should wo not strive to put on Christ BO that wo shall not bo subject to death nor be buried in the grave IIo that hath Jesus Christ says John has in him that is tho quality of Christ of Goo hath eternal life But ho goes on ho timid hath tot time Lonl Jesus Christ has not in hint lo quality of Christ of pod hath rat What is his condition then f God alone knows for certain but thorn Is an awful osHJbiiU T Mr Bert Coddington Ja on time street again much improved in health as tho result of tho surgical operation performed some limo ago Every man owes it to himself null his funnily to master n trade or profes sion Head tho display advertisement of time six Morse Schools of Tele graphy in this issue anti learn how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy anti bo assured position I +HI++lHt H11tI1Ihf The Farm SILAS CHBBVBR MASON Editor iIH I HI H H I j I I I I I I 11 I I I Breeding and Care of Colts From the Kurd NewYorker I THE FOAL is handled every tiny has tho halter on as early as the third day mid often before ho is 21 hours old is taught to have his feet lifted and to Ira groomed withn good brush never neglecting tho tail I have known three or fouryearold colts to positively refuse to allow time tail to Ira combed but I didnot raise them These lessons are easily learned now nod never forgotten and save lots ol trouble later At two weeks ho should ho perfectly halterbroken and understand time moaning of whoa and hackalso accustomed to havo ropes or straps wound about his body mid legs and in place of tho crupper this may- a ive a kicking scrape later on Ho is made thoroughly to understand that mats strength and womans too for that matter Is superior to his but tho children are not to attempt to coerce him for fear that ho should escnjw from them unit lay the foun dation of a had habit in future In teaching to lend we do not find it time best way to attempt to drag him along by the head but walk by his shin and coax or even push him along turning to either silo until ho learns to follow the halter If he wishes to try his strength at tho lice once or twice hold firmly until ho is satisfied that it will not givo way Sometimes n little touch of whip at Iris heels works well but never for a minute loso your temper always pet mid praise him Remember the host horse is always companionable and friendly with perfect confidence in his master In his early days when tummy leading is to IMJ done tho halter gore on tho baby and tho mother follows After the foal is two or three days old he is allowed plentyof exercise in a large yard or nearby field but never allowed to lie down on cold or damp ground after llemming heated Like all young things ho must Iw kept warn or trouble will follow Even after turning to pasture he is not left out through a cold rainit is neither humane nor wife WEANINO TUlcIf the mare keeps in good condition which she should do on good pasture she runs with her coil until stabling limo in the Full it saves trouble and the colt makes better growth Even if she is worked it pays to feet her nn ox Ira grain ration and sot wean the colt until six months old When at any time tho mare nod colt are sop arated each in put iu a box stall which has no nails splinters or sharp comers to injure them Colts will sometimes attempt to crawl through impossible holes or over partitions which nro not built to time top For tho first few days of weaning time the colt is allowed with tho mare for a short time at morning and night then oftco each day gradually mak ing the visits less frequent until he is kept away entirely Tho best of hay preferably clover rowen to begin withifl kept before him ill tho lime also a pail of bran and oats mixed equal Parts by measure with n lillle salt Plenty of water at least twice n day You cant winter n colt on tho north side of the straw stack and expect him to do you proud in tho Spring He gets apples and po tatoes often and sometimes a nubbin of corn and Is never expected lo clean up his hay What he leaves s given to tho older horses THE CULTSEDuCATuocIIo is taught to stand tied while his hair is straightened every tiny we find an I ordinary cattle curd thin best for lids purpose when the hair is long and thick His tech are cleaned oftenI amid kept level with toes short This requires very little timo nail helps him to grow up right Of course ho has exercise with the others in tho field although ho is not let out when there is ice covered with a little snow Sometimes when ho is taken omit to bo groomed n bridle is slipped on over tho halter mid ho soon becomes accustomed to the bit Ho is easily taught to drive this first Winter mud often his first lessons are taken with a pair of lines siapod into the hal throughIoop to tho right or left and to stop at ti- meSUPPORT SCOTTS EMULSION serves u ridge to carry the weakened aIstarved system along until It min firm support In ordinary food I Send for fret cample I SCOTT IIOWNK ChamUts- 4VMIS 1eail Stml New York joe and tlout all druggists word lie is taken Into the yard to the carriage house among wheels of all sorts put between the shafts and everythingIf handled by ono in whom ho has perfect confidence ho will show little if nay fear When Spring comes keepUJUpasturoTheexercise of time first few days before settling down to business is apt to set them back in growth They are salted onco a week and looked over to see that thero are no cuts or sprains puslure Contrary to tho ideas of many this method of teaching does not turn out deadheads but honest willing reliable animals trained not broken- c v p Doors Closed Against Cigarette Users 1 Athletic clubs 2 A business college 3 Union Pacific Railroad t Omaha schools 5 Swift Co packinghouse Chi calm 0 Marshall Field drygoals Chi cago 7 Life insurance companies some 8 Lehigh Valley Railroad 9 positionRo11 Carson Pirio Scott Chioago 12 Chicago Hock Island Pacific Railroad 13 Central Railroad Georgia 14 Three high schools and morn CompanyLowell 10 1Vana makers Philadelphia 17 Morgan Wright Tiro Co Chicago TelegraphCompany IU Burlington Railroad 20 U S Weather Bureau Willis M Moore chief 21 Healhit Milligan 22 Montgomery Ward Co 23 Academy of Northwestern University Chicago CompanyCuuderlamd 25 New York New Haven Hart lord Railroad 20 Pitlsburg Western Railroad 27 West Superior Wisconsin Railroad The Patriotic Advocate And the Evangelical Messenger is authority for tho statement that to above might be added the follow ing 28 The State of Indiana 20 The State of Wisconsin Frnncesj Iloyal Library In 1301 too lloyal library of France contained twenty volumes ont was the largest possessed by any king hi Eu rope A nilile Tron lntlon A Gothic Christian bishop once trans lated the lliblo Into the Gothic Inn KUtiRa tor the use of his people but omitted the book of Kings lest the wars toM ofthero should Increase their propensity fur lighting The Yellotnlune Park Tho National Yellowstone park which Is situated iu three states Wy oming Montana nUll Idaho comprises 3675 square mile nod is tho largest park in tho world The Ircclc Colonlra The Greek colonies commercial rath er than military Iu character soon become Independent of the mother comma try The Hainan colonies remained In the closest possible connection being governed from Homo through military governors Spain Moral Inlace The 1rtcurliil Bpiilns royal palace contains a cathedral a monastery two colleges three chapter houses three libraries and nearly 3000 apartments In addition Bralcea and Humpi Use hot water for bruises and bumps every tlmo and when tho skin is broken first a bath with clean water and then cleansing with a mild ills infectant seen as a 1 per cent solution of carbolic acid Salves and lotions whose compositions aro unknown are not to be trusted Kwncl of the Snake Nut Time kernel of tho snake nut of llrlt ish Guiana la almost a perfect repro sentation in miniature of a bon con stricter A Srrmon For Women In 1503 an English preacher publish ed a sermon entitled Qulppes For Up stnrt Newfangled Gentlewomen Con taining u Pleasant Invective Against the Fantastical Foreign Toys Dully Used Iu Womens Apparel Coal Tar Coal tar is a valuable color producer Sixteen shades of blue tho same num ber of yellow twelve of orange ulna of violet besides numerous other col ors and tints can be produced from It Simnlili Culonlinllun The Spanish colonization period began with tho discovery of America and the first colony was Hlspaulola Irecoclou Schubert Schubert was precocious lie learned to play both piano and violin at five years of ago and was put under tho care of tho village organist who soon said I can teach him nothing When ever I wished to give him something fresh ho know it already DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner SaR BAKER Dentist KYOvOllico hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pulp n- RealEstate 1 have quito a number of building lots aud some Improved property in Berea for sale Also farm and tim her lands iu Madison Rockcastlo and Estill Counties I also havo two good farms with store houses upon them and good stands for selling goods Any ono desiring such property should call ou me J P BICKNELL Berea Ky For Sale or Rent Ono house now nicely furnished five rooms ou Owsloy Avenue Borea Ky Address H M SHOUSE Middleburg Ky THE TRIP OF TilE SEASON CINCINNATITO MACRINAC ISLAND AND ncTrnx r- onS5OO Tuesday Sept 5 VIA Great Central CHD Peru Marquetto CCL TO TOLEDO D C Steamer TO MACKINAC TICKETS GOOD 10 DAYS For Tickets State Room Reser vations and information address P C 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The first bottle Is guaranteed to help you or druggist returns your money The extreme heat close confinement and Intense mental strain Incident to tho banking business Ins caused ma to suffer nervousness and Insom thatIvery satisfactory results In the treatment of these affections I am now on wellJInAsstashterI FREE IPnltntiMYtorSpecialist will diagnose your tell you what Is wrong and how to right It COLADORATOIUES Dr W G BESTD- ENTIST Office over Post Office FOR SALE I have for sale three Show Cases one Cloak Rack one Display Rack one pair of Platform Scales one pair of Counter scales and two 60 gallon Oil Tanks A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone 40 PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky L R McSwain Shoe and Harness Repairing Ladies Shoo Repairing a Specialty All work called for and delivered within city limits PHONE 56 MonumentsURNS STATUARY or Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds dono in a workman like 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the yearning scribe of the News of Echo Oregon Tho good wife will wait If there Is a rush at the table now we dont mean a rush of grub but a rush for a location We are trying to mortgage this plant If we succeed we will purchase an auto If we can raise enough to pay the first payment and freight of course This vehicle Is at the pleasure of the H G and her friends All we ask Is notice each morn ing when we are preparing our coffee and sinkers which we would of course expect to do If we got anything that day Now If this is not enough Inducement then stay where you are and starve to death and see It we care For further particulars write this office and a stamp will be returned The Border Ruffian The recent death of Dr J H String fellow speaker of the first Kansas bouse of representatives recalls the fact that he was the first person to whom the famous epithet border ruff flan was applied Gov Reeder is said to have used the term whereupon the doctors brother knocked the governor down The legislature was in session at Shawnee mission a little across the KansasMissouri line This was tho legislature which adopted the statutes of Missouri entire substituting the word Kansas for Missouri wher over necessary Dr Strlngfellow was called the father of Atchison and start ed the first newspaper in Kansas the Squatter Sovereign Strlngfollow was an ardent champion of the proslavery cause but as history tolls his party was unsuccessful against John Brown Jim Lane and the other antislavery leaders In making Kansas a slave state How It Sounded Gov McLean of Now Hampshire was talking about Henry James criticismt of American speech I suppose that j Mr James wants us to use the broad a he said and to talk in every way like Oxford graduates The broad a is all very well and the Oxford graduate talks more musically no doubt than the native of Paint Rock At the same time It was through the cultivation of this English way of speaking that my best friend nearly lost his wife lost her I mean through divorce not through death She made one day some biscuits and at dinner that night she said in her cultivated way I made a big batch of these biscuits You did Indeed dear said my friend her husband How do you c know how big a batch I made she asked surprised I thought ho murmured that you said botch Locked In a narrow cell in the pen tentiary and left there for hours by a warden while a crazy man in an adjoining cell was shouting at tho top of his voice Hamlln Garland tho noted novelist had his latest experience re cently in gaining local color for his next work Garland visited tho peni tentiary and asked to be locked in a real cell for halt an hour The war den complied telling a deputy to ro leaso tho author in 30 minutes The deputy forgot the novelist for three hours When at last ho went to re lease him he found the visitor pacing bio cell like a caged lion Garland ex pressed his indignation in warm tones but afterward repented and sent the s warden a box of cigars Cardinal Gibbons expressed a vital truth in saying that at the bottom of I every story of corruption In public office and in high finance in this country is tLe trouble of money The distinguished prelate made a very wise and necessary distinction in adding in response to inquiry that the trouble of money is not in the love bf money for Itself but in the ambition to acquire it for purposes of extrava gant or magnificent display This am bition leads in many cases to dishonor And disgrace It appears hecase the Cal ifornia aeronaut who fell 4000 feet that ballooning is still as hazardous as riding on those 18 hour trains between Chicago and New York = c I BEING CONTROLLED For Several Days Number of New Cases of Fever Showed a Decline New Orleans Aug 21 Following Is tho official report up to G p m Sun day New cases 45 total cases to date 1385 deaths 4 total deaths to date 196 now foci 11 total foci to date 306 caste under treatment 381 New Orleans Aug nNo better evidence of the fact that tho visita tion of mosquito fever is not only be- Ing controlled here but that there Is a chance for its eradication can bo found than In the dally reports of cases and deaths For several days now tho number of new cases has shown a decline while the number of deaths have boon remarkably lower considering tho number of cases reported a week ago The death list In dicates that practically every case that develops is not being reported and that means that the modern meth od of treatment to prevent spread U being applied When that condition is fissured the end of visitation Is in sight and It looks as If that condition is approaching VICEROY OF INDIA Lord Curion Resigns and the Earl of Mlnto Succeeds Him London Aug 21The resignation of Lord Curzon of Kedleston as viceroy of India and the appointment of the Earl of Mlnto as his successor was announced at tho India office According to the correspondence which is Issued In the form of a whlto book It appears that Lord Cur cons resignation was cabled to that office on August 12 Tho correspond ence shows a decidedly bitter feeling between Lord Curzon the India office and Lord Kitchener commanderln chief of the forces In India over tho new plan of army administration in India Lord Curzons dissatisfaction came to a head with the refusal of tho cabinet to appoint MaJ Gen Sir Edmund Barrow on Lord Curzons rec ommendation military supply member of the council THE DOUMA PROJECT The Papers of St Petersburg Com ment on the New Scheme St Petersburg Aug 21The Novae Vremya and the Ilussky Slovo unre servedly praise the douma project The other St Petersburg newspapers however fall to show much enthusl asm While halfheartedly admitting that the project makes for Improvement these latter papers criticise the limitation powers of the douma and ask for an extension of the freedom ot the press freedom of meeting and political amnesty The Novae Vremya declares the wall which that for centuries separated the nation from tho sovereign has fallen and that the now reform opens the way for the development of national individuality and genius which is necessary for the evolution of a great peopleTho Russky Slovo says that the new douma will bring Russia Into lino with the western nations- PLATFORM COLLAPSED More Than 500 People Precipitated 15 Feet Into a Cellar Plttsburg Ausr 21More than 500 men women and children were precipitated 15 feet into a cellar by the collapse of a platform during the exercises incident to the laying of tho corner stone of the Both David Rus sian Hebrew Orthodox synagogue on Miller steeL Nearly all were cut and bruised but It Is believed none were fatally hurt Three rabbis were among those who went down and although injured they continued the services after the panic subsided Among the more seriouily injured are Rabbis Ashlnski S Graffman and S Bloom Nathan Nathanson pastor of the congregation and Policeman Adam Leftewskl IN ZAMBOANQA Demonstrations Were Held In Honor of Secretary Taft and party Manila Aug 21 Advices from Zam- boanga say that three wonderful demonstrations wore held there In honor of Secretary of War Taft and party All the tribes in tho Moro provinces and the leading Dattos were represent ed There was a procession a drill by Moms a parade and native dances At night there was a danco at the Army and Navy club and a reception by the Mindanao club The Twentieth Infantry commanded by Col Mauz led the parade and hundreds of school children sang in English War Telegrapher Dies Caf den N J Aug 21 Heber 0 Robinson 65 one of the bestknown residents of this city died suddenly of heart disease Mr Robinson was a pioneer telegraph operator and electli clan ot Philadelphia At tho outbreak of the civil war ho was a member of the staff of President Lincolns private operators Placing Orders For Torpedo Boats Now York Aug 21 Venezuela has placed orders In Europe for torpodo boats with guns and ammunition at the cost of about 12500000 a larger amount than that little South Ameri can republic has ever expended at onetime for war materials Oldest Legislator Dead Frederickton N B Aug alDavtd Wark the oldest legislator In tho world died at his home In this city Mr Wark was a member of tho Canadian senate at Ottawa a life offico His ago was 101 years G months I luuger from Hmttagtmts ililieUl1ei 1urrcnl1te by iiPttr By DR SAMUEL G DIXON Scientist and Health Commissioner of PennsylvanIa One of the most prolific sources of disease is places where large numbers of men or women con gregate such as mills factories stores shops of fice buildings railway cars and public vehicles Disease in such places is disseminated by those who have been in direct contact with the afflicted or who may carry the germs from houses in which in fection exists Poor ventilation impure water or other and different causes may spread disease Un der a perfect system of inspection and disinfecting those dangers can be minimized if not abolished One of the most potent elements in the disscm ination of contagious diseases is the fear and ignorance ofn very considerable portion of our population In certain sections of almost every state there is a large and constantly growing foreign clement which entertains a primitive fear of modern scientific methods together with a profound ignorance of sanitary laws The prejudices and un warrantable fears of these people must be dispelled and they must be brought to see the light not only for their own health and safety but for that of the communities around them The safety of any community in which contagious disease exists lies in the complete isolation and proper care of the patient Until recent years diphtheria was one of the most dreaded diseases But recent scientific discoveries have eliminated its terrors Typhoid fever is a preventable disease The most effective time to attack it and prevent jts spread is when the germs of the disease are escaping from the patient as they are concentrated then and can easily be killed by disinfccants This can be quickly and certainly accom plished by observing strict sanitary rules thus presenting the excretions with their live and poisonous germs from mingling with the wa ters that are used for drinking purposes Typhoid is spread through water milk and other fluids and through foods that have been brought into contact with the germs on the hands of those handling patients In country districts where cesspools are used the germs from the ex cretions find their way through porous strata of the soil to wells and streams of running water and by that agency cases arc often developed mysteriously at points distant from the original source of infection There is one phase of this subject of honlth and sanitation which I might term a financial viewpoint which has received scant attention in the past but which figures to immense proportions were all the sta tistics available upon the subject It is the loss from reduced production of our industries through preventable diseases among the in dustrial classes The well days added to the lives of the working people will ten times over pay the cost of running a wellequipped state health department to say nothing of the saving to its citizens in the direct cost of caring for the sick separate and apart from the invaluable boon and happiness of good health The succeiis of our industries of all kinds and the vigor and efficiency of our armies and navies must depend upon the health of our people wIlt OInllegr nf tllt iffttttrg By PRESIDENT CARROLL D WRIGHT of Clark College The college of the future will present clements as different from these of the present as are those of the pres ent institutions from the college of Co years ago The expansion of the period required for professional work and the extension of the high school curriculum makes it difficult for the college to find its exact place in educational work Crowded on both sides it will be necessary for the college to so adjust its work as not to cripple the high school and at the same time give proper opportunity for work in the professional schools and in this adjustment of the culture studies of the college must be maintained in their integrity The college of the future therefore offers a serious problem to educators In the expansion of the high school curriculum colleges Slave taken a position which will not be considered tenable in the future They have dominated secondary schools but it must be recognized that the establishment of the curriculum in secondary schools and the order ing of the subjects in them is primarily the bsuiness of such schools themselves The college of the future will in the very nature of things put the responsibility upon the student and make his college work his examin ation and promptly and consistently drop him when he proves his in ability or indisposition to do the prescribed wprk In order to avoid the pressure upward from the high schools and downward from the professional schools there must be a shortening of the college term Noted educators do not agree but the lengthening of the term of professional schools compels some readjustment somwhere President Hadley would shorten the term in secondary schools I cannot consider this advisable for the secondary schools arc the colleges of the common people On the other hand President Eliot adjusts the work to the threeyear basis With the threeyear course there must be changes in the methods of examinations At present students have to spend from three to five weeks during the academic year in examinations This is very largely a loss of nerve force which should be applied to regular work so there should be no examinations ordered resulting in the suspension of the regular college work This can be done with the cooperation of the faculty A professor or instructor who cannot pass intelligently upon the standing of a student without the cram and grind of an ex amination is not the man for the place This feature alone in the col lege of the future wil make a great change in the at tainments of the students themselves There should be freedom from the exaction and distraction of competitive athletics there should be a prohibition of competitive games A colllege having a threeyears coursewhichIwill be the custom in the future time necessary for competitive games Arguments relative to the demoralizing influences of such games and to the physical consequences of severe contests are ample it seems to me to warrant any college in taking a course that will reduce athletics to their proper standing FLOWERS DRUG PURVEYORS Australia Orchid Contains Alcoholic Sap That Intoxicates Bees Laying down her book she smiled sadly shook her head and smoothed the folds of tho whlto ribbon on her breast relates tho Louisville Courier JournalWo teetotalers she said have a hard time to tlnd good logical argu ments for our cause It U amazing when you come to study teetotalism what a lot of logic the drinkers can bring up against you Theres bread for instance There Is alcohol in bread In a month we Consume In rolls and toast an amount of alcoLol that would be sufficient taken at one time to make a strong man drunk Then theres medicine Nearly every medicine Is mixed In alcohol Alcohol is the bow the vehicle in which we swallow nearly all our drugs These things though are mans work they are not the work of na ture and hence it le not impious to argue against them But an this book here this book that I have just put downI find that there are flowers that keep grog shop Flowers that keep grog shops It sounds Incredible Nevertheless it Is true Flowers we have always held can do no wrong As pure as a flower Wi say As fair and sweet and modest as a flower Wall If a flower the mOlt Innocent thing on earth keeps a grog shop why shouldnt you or I or the Rev Dr SmithThe grog dispensary I am talking about belongs my book says to Aus tralia It Is an orchid a mauve orchid and it exudes a sap distinctly alcoholic a sap which the bees love though It makes them drunk The orchid make bees drunk because otherwise It would not propa gate it would die out IU stigmas you see lie in a part of It that bees wouldnt visit because It Is too un handy and remote But these stigmas must be fertilized or the flower per lube Hence the orchid loads the bees- with Its sap making them disgracefully tipsy and the poor staggering lurching bees when they can drink no more fall end roll Into the unin viting place where the stigmas are and with their pollen fertilizing these stigmas they keep the orchid flourish Ing on the earth MUSK FOR TYPHOID FEVER Great Coat However Will Prevent Its Coming Into Gen eral U e Musk is known to tho average person merely nl the baste principle ol certain perfumes liven to many med foal men a knowledge of IU qualities does not extend beyond this fact yet Crookshank of London has recently demonstrated conclusively that It Is an unrivaled remedy in the treatment of typho t fever and diphtheria and Is Invaluable as a stimulating tonic for the brain acting as It does when conveyed by the blood stream with a powerful Invigorating err ot on the nerve cells of tho lower brain Though It would prove a boon to brain workers or anyone suffering at any time from brain fag Its great cost will prevent a general use of It for IU action Is transitory and the doses must be large and frequent in order to have the desired effect The musk used In the western world comes direct from China and Is usual ly shipped to England v hence it li distributed to other civilized countries The grains of musk are contained in a pod or husk In preparing the musk for commercial and medical uses the pods are cut with scissors and the grains shaken out after which the pou Is stretched and scraped with a fine knifeIt is only tho first grade of musk that Is valuable aa a medicine and iU value is vastly greater than that ol gold for Its export price is 1 25 a dram or 200 am ounce Owing to the great cost of pure musk substitutions of the Inferior grades are not uncommon and In administering It as a medicine particularly as a brain tonic this tendency toward sub stitution Is one of the hardest things to guard against In cases where it la used as a stimulant for a tired brain the dose Is five grains every two hours and In most Instances not less than three or four doses are necessary before the desired result Is produced a complete Invigoration though Its beneficial results will be noticeable from the first administration As there are 60 grains In a dram each dose of this valuable medicine Is worth a trifle over 2 but those who have taken It aver that It Is worth ten times that much for Its splendid effect on tho brain cells Social Support Aunt Belinda had always proved most obliging in filling In with a days work any vacancy in the household of Mrs V But on one occasion when her services were required sue did not respond Mrs V herself went to in quire into tho cause of her detection Yearn said Aunt Belinda cheer fully I aln doln no work at present Do Soclated Charities done start a coalansoup fund at do corner an none of do ladlea In our alley had to work dls winter Llpplncotta Magazine Not Without Experience Grasplt angrily What Moro money If you keep on youll bankrupt me then after Im dead you will be a beggarMrs calmly Oh well Id be a great deal better off than some poor woman who never had any experi ence in that line Cincinnati Enquirer 1i A WARNING MESSAGE the Influence and Consequent Eo I ponilblllty of Young Women- on the Drink Habit In a recent article Rev Dr Madison C Peters writes as follows To you young women I have this day the brief but emphatic message There Is little hope of keeping men In the path of sobriety unless you reform and glvo your best Influence to temperance 1C you hand the drink to the young man ho will npt refuse to take it If your lips first touch tho glass he will be sure to drain It If you evidently think young men better company when their tongues are loosened by wine and join In the laugh when they tell you of their follies ministers may as well stop their preaching unless they can go a step further back and begin at the right placeYour Influence and consequent respon sibility is very great That Influence Is often thrown on Uo side of Intem perance simply bccauMj the woman doca not think of It at all Every woman whoso manners are at all attractive Is exerting an Influence It le almost Impossible to estimate Woman fixes the standard of morality above which few men care to rise What satisfies woman perception of virtue is sure to meet with mans approval If she takes n drink he will enter Into dissipation If She laughs at temperance be will regard drunkenness as a pardonable fault Men seldom ever rise above the standard of morality which women hold before us Woman Is tbo lawgiver man is tho subJect The only hope for the cause of temperance U to keep woman in tho advance guard Let her point tho way lead It by her example of total abstinence and thw right progress is secured BEER DRINKING What Two of the Leading Professors In the German Universities Say About It This I can affirm that in Germany Switzerland and Auntrla Yes and In Krancn a largo put of the Intellectual power of our acadtmlc youth II actual ly drowned In beer wine and absinthe rho ridiculous drink compulsion and Idiotic vainglory at the drinking festl rals Gorman students have Introduced ire undoubtedly the most hideous deformity In our civilised country At the same time they are a revelation of the mentAl deficiency than which they rould hardly have invented one moro tiny They call it jovial Yes a pretty lorlnllty with IU accompaniment of palsied tongue staggering fighting vomiting and the katzenjammer in which the most colowal Imbeolallty IB ipplauital and tho most vulgar bout HncM and misdemeanors are excused and glossed over- Gentlemen I believe there Is only site way to work nut of our academic degradation By organizing total abstinence oclette among the students Prof August Loral Although of all nations the German has the greatest capacity for culture tho general culture of tho highest classes li undergoing frightful retro ircsilon because of the beer consump lion Tho student youth II afforded neither time nor sobriety for what is demanded by tho advanced require meats to prepare for professional life Prof Von Hartman TO TIlE POINT The way ta remove tho evil of degenerate children Is to quit making degenerate parents through tho rum t raffle National Advocate Five of six little children of Gus tavo Nelson of Harvey have been cast on tbo public for support Judge Mack decided their futures recently when ho divided tho children among tour Institutions Mrs Martha Nel son mother of tho children said her husband was a drunkard and that duo bad to work tram five oclock In tho morning till eight at night Sho was allowed to keep her youngest child Tho first effect of drink Is an in crease In the force and rapidity of the hearts contractions Tho normal condition of tho heart Is something like 100000 strokes a day but an lib normal condition by the uso of drink Increases the hearts activity about 25000 strokes a day This extra labor Is wearing upon tho heart and this unduo excitement of tho heart Is foil In the morning headache and terrific thirst after last nights drunk Alcohol kept tho heart pump- Ing all night when It should havo been resting Dr Madison C Peters An Amazing Waste rho people of England spent last year for Intoxicating liquors In round numbers 810000000 n larger sum than they spent for meats of all kinds fish potatoes tea coffee and sugar On an average the drink cost of each family of five persons was nearly f100 This stands for an amazing waste not only of money but of vital fo es of the nation Tho encouraging side of this dark picture Is tho fact that the amount expended has been decreasing steadily for the last five years and was ten per cent less in 1904 than in 1899 A falling off of 17000000 In flvo years Is a tine sign of social betterment In a nd which has been dreadfully cursed by the appetite of Its people for latex cants j 1 TO MANAGE KICKING COWS Atoll in Which They May Be Safely Milked While At the Same Time Breaking Them of Habit Kicking Is a fault common to young Letters the first few wokea alter ealy ing It It leal- owed to continue they soon learn to become habitual kickers than which I know of nothing meaner as they will stand quietly until tho lost drops are being drawn and then lot drive at the pall and really seem to enjoy tho fun of doing it Kicking at moa in summer is also as great a cauno of kicking as rough milking ThU should never be allowed- A heifers teats are vory tender and she should always be milked very gently by the full hand says tho Farm and Home Tho teat should never be Jerked or pulled as In stripping es pecially when the bag Is full Extreme gentleness In every way tho first few weeks will usually make a gentle cow Often the animal Is timid and shrinks from being handled and also resents Interference with what she considers the sole rights of her calf In all cues of kicking I have one unfailing remedy whether the cow Is young or an old habitual kicker Make a slatted stall Just high enough ao she cant Jump out and wide enough to hold her comfortably with nothing to spare narrower at the end whore a teed box should be placed as high from tho ground as Is comfortable for her to eat out of This slatted stall should be long enough to have cleats through which a bar or two should be run behind the cow to keep her from backing out and also places to run a bar In front of her hind legs about tho thick Joint or as high up as possible BO as not to Interfere with milking A note about 18 or 20 Inches wide is left open for this purpose from the ground up to the cows flank which allows easy and safe access to the udder while the cleat post etc prevent the cow from kicking outwardly at tho milker thus Insuring safety to milk and milker This stall or break does not hurt the cow at all but It teaches her to stand still and also that she cant kick if she wanted lo Usually a few weeks use of this break makes a gentle cow especially If fed while she Is being milked Old kickers may always have to be milked In It although I have broken several from kicking They are usually good cows and can bo bought cheap SHOCK CORN LOADER Device Which Will Save the Farmer the BackBreaking Work of Hand Loading For the man who has loaded corn fodder from the fold to tho wagon with a fork all day until his back feels as though It had been pounded with a club the arrangement shown In the picture will be much appreciated says the Farm and Home It II a device for elevating shocks or bundles of fod der from tho ground directly to tho wagon The upright standard a may be at Ucb d to wagon frame In the center DETAILS OF CORN LOADER 5 or at tho front or the hind end and braced In such a manner as will hold It rigid The boom b la attached to a by an Iron band or collar shown at d so arranged that the boom may swing entirely around upright a which may be secured to the bed of wagon by an chor chains or by setting Into block as shown at c The cable e Is used to adjust the height of boom elevating it to highest point In finishing out the load Care of Young Trees The young orchard needs looking after If the trees were planted this aIJsummer It la likely to need a little extra The first summer Is likely to test them severely They aro weak and need all their vitality to aid them In getting a good root eye tem started They should of course J have had tholr tops severely cut back when they were set but this may be done later If It wero neglected at the proper time Every useful branch Is i an extra tax on tho tree that Is so much waste Ohio Farmer The Real Problem It has never been a question of how to make a living on cheap for tile land The real problem comes when a man tries to make a living on high prlced land out of which tho for tlllty has been taken by exhaustive cropping Dont make the mistake of crowding your pasture grass too early Sixty pounds of good butter is worth 0 bushels of wheat today t TOO LITTLE GOOD BUTTER A Plea for Improvement of the Grade of the FarmMad Product Tho consumption of butter Is In creased by the Increase of the general quality There Is a general complaint that there Is too little good butter on tho market and too much poor butter If this applies to creamery butter It applies much more to farmmade but tor The American public Is always ready to pay for a product of good quality but It turns away from a prod uct of poor quality This Is so proba bly more In this country than In any other No matter how poor tho American may be he wants tho bOlt Some times If ho cannot pay for It he runs In debt for It rather than take a poorer quality for which he could pay This Is so not only In the case ol butter but In the case of almost everything else The result Is that a poorly made product of any kind sells slowly even at a low price The problem in this country Is to manufacture good prod ucts for those only can be marketed without loss When a man sends poor butter to market to be sold on commission he is taking big chances with It says the Farmers Review Aa it la not a quick sale as the commission men say It will be held In store longer than the other butter Much of this tlmo it Is exposed to currents of air warmer than the required temperature of the refrig orators for It muet be often examined by possible buyers The triers aro run Into It often and when the surface Is covered with Several signs of this kind the wouldbe buyers become suspicious of It for they recognize the fact that other men have passed adverse opin ions on it It gets rancid In a short time and some of It host finally to bo disposed of as grease COOL THE FRUIT Successful Shipment of Fruit De mands That It Should Be Freed from Latent Heat Fruit should not be picked on a warm day and put Immediately into cold storage or into cars for shipment It should be put Into some place where it will have a chance to cool off and permit tho latent heat to work out says tho Farmers Rovlew Putting fruit Into close cars where no refriger ation is provided Is a fruitful source of trouble in tho shipping of fruit The heat In tho fruit causes rapid spelling especially with fruit that Is of short keeping quality like some of tho ap plea that ripen In the summer If the nights are cool fruit can be cooled off by simply leaving It over night ex posed to the air but not to the dew In other cases cellars are found deep enough to have a temperature of underG- O degrees These can be used In such cases In some parts of tho territory over which this paper circulates storage pits have been dug into the side hills and these may be used an storage places RACK TO DRAW MELONS It Can De Built by Any Farmer and Will Prevent the Fruit from Becoming Bruised In drawing watermelons to market a rack which will carry th6m one tier deep will prevent many from bruising which soon causes them to spoil and turn sour A handy rack like that IMPROVED WATERMELON FRAME shown in the cut is used by H A Hal bert a celebrated Texas melon grower It can be made says the Farm and Home by any farmer at a cost of two two three dollars Use strips one by four Inches 12 to 14 feet long If a set of bolster springs are used under the rack the melons will carry perfectly If no springs are used put a thick layer of straw under the melons THE ORCHARD The wise orchardist will look care fully for tent caterpillars When found the quick use of a torch Is an excellent remedyCultivate the orchard every ten days this month thus conserving the moisture in tho soil Constant cultivation during a dry time is almost as good as IrrigationAgain say Bo sure to muzzle the horses yes and tho whlfllotrces too when harrowing the orchard Barked trees are as disagreeable on the farm as barking dogs Tho time to cut out blighted pear wood Is today tomorrowany time tis seen Watch for signs of this die ease and when found bo sure td cut well below tho affected part There is a temptation to make sauce of tho early apples before they are really fit Do not bo In a hurry about it Better wait a few days longer than to run tho risk of an attack of bowel troublo Selecting the Wheat Variety Tho farmer that grows wheat can no longer afford to ignore the im provements that havo boon made in the selection of varieties Some of those will yield five or ten bushels more per hero than others under the same conditions Docs your churn smell as sweet as the new mown hay after you have made ready to sot away after using Dont be satisfied to lot it go If it docs not Nice butter depends on just such llttl thing as this I JEREMIAH in the DUNGEONS onday School Lesson lor Aofr27 IMS SpecUllr Prepared for This Paper IR88ON TEXT Jeremiah llll MpB orr Verses 810 GOLDEN TEXT Dleaed are thjr which ere persecuted for rlffhtouineBike for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven Matt tiltTIME During the year and onehalf alee which preceded the capture of Jerusalem U C rs- 4JLACEJerualem BCH1ITURB MEFEnENCES Jer 171 compare with 1 Kings MH KTJK 1 Chron MA 10 Accounts of Zodtklahs re bellion and the siege of Jerusalem Jer 1116 1 Kings t 201611 S Chron M1T See Jer 171118 for the story of Jeremiah arrest and Imprisonment Various com munications between Zedeklith and Jere miahJer UilU IM 10 18 11 II 1411 Compare vs 14 of the lesson with Jeremiah words In Jer 21114 and with Jer 24 Comment and Buggeetiv Thought- V 1 Then When tho Chaldean army had for a time withdrawn from the city of Jerusalem the prophet Jeremiah seized the opportunity to leave thg city on some business con nected with MB patrimonial estate He was however arrested as a deserter and brought back aud Imprisoned But he was allowed the privilege of the courtyard and there to all who would listen he continued delivering hIs mew sages of warning This aroused the princes here named who evidently were omen holding positions near the king Had spoken Spake or had been In the habit of speaking- V t Thus ealth the Lord When the princes tried to silence Jeremiah they were shutting their tars and the tare of the people to Gods kindly warn lag He that reroalneth shall die Some perished by the sword of the enemy others from lack of food and still others from diseases caused by the hard conditions of their life That goetb forth Not as a traitor but In honorable surrender V 4 Lot this man be put to death Princes desired the death of Jeremiah because that they could silence him In no other way Wcakeneth the bands etc From one point of view the princes bad a good coco against couraglng the warriors for he made them feel that they were the prophet His words undoubtedly bad the effect of dls wasting their energy in the losing cause That remain In this city Already some hart followed Jeremiahs udvlco and escaped to tho Chaldeans See v 19 V 5 Zodeklnh the king said etc This was a most unkind speech show Ing that the max whonrono calls a phantom king was a more puppet In the hands of his couriers Like Pilate of a later day bo could not find courage to do what ha know to be just and right V G Cut him Into tho dungeon They wore too superstitious to kill him Cowardice and cruelty wore combined in their casting him into the dungeon to perish from Its foul gases or die by slow starvation Tho dungeon was probably a cistern Quito similar to the one Into which Joseph was cast by his brothers See Gen 3721 Many a house in Jerusalem had a subterranean cistern In which water was collected The one here alluded to was in charge of one Mal chlah and being in the court of tho prison had quite probably boon used before as a dungeon for receiving prisoners No water but mire The water in this cistern bad dried out leaving a great collection of mud at Its bottom Pa 69 reads as If it might have boon written by Jeremiah of this occasionV Ebedmelech tho Ethiopian The negro eunuch probably was the keeper of the kings harem V 8 Went forth out of the kings house Left apartments of the women over which be had charge His manner of speaking to the king Indicates that the eunuch went in great haste He was Indeed running to save the prophets life for If he were not rescued speedily he must perish V9 These men have done evil The princes had acted unjustly In persecut ing the truest patriot In the city they had acted cruelly and cowardly as Is shown above Like to die for hunger The prophet would soon perish for lack of food for no one had been directed to feed hln V 10 The king Is as easily enlisted In the effort to save Jeremiah as he had been in the effort to get rid of him He was wont during all this time to coun sal privately with Jeremiah V 11 House of the king under the treasury The eunuch knew of a certain room In the palace under the store chamber where old clothes and possibly other discarded things were thrown V lZoPut now under thine armholes But for this wise provision the ropes under Jeremiahs arms would have sorely hurt and probably would have Injured him V 13 Remained In the court of the prison Just where he had been be fore the new persecution by the princes Here the prophet was given dally ra tions such as were furnished the soldiers chapter 3721 Practical Points V1 He who would be spokesman for God will often have messages to deliver which are not pleasant for wicked men to hear Ezek 311 V 3 It Is kind not cruel to plainly warn people of coming disaster that per chance they may flee tberefromEzek 317 V 4 Silencing tho alarm bell does not put out the flro but leaves more victims for the flamesEzek 338 V 6 Ho who is loyal to God need not bo surprised at persecution from tho hands of those who cut oat Jesus John 1520 His Japanese A correspondent In Manchuria writes A Uusslan and a Japanese were found locked in a handtohand struggle The Japanese was taken prisoner and the Russian was found to be severely wounded Tho Russian refused to bo taken to the ambu lance unless the Japanese was taken with him Together they were put into tho same hospital train The Russian refused to be separated from the Japanese and spent his time look- Ing after him fanning his head and telling all the visitors that he was my Japanese Youngest Organist The youngest professional organist In the world Is Kathleen Mills who presides over tho great organ In the Catholic church at Ongar Essex Eng land The regular organist falling HI little Miss bills took her place and played for several Sundays with such skill on the Instrument that all the people were astonished when they found out that a child of 11 years was presiding over tho keys and stops Marriage in Iowa One hundred and fiftythree couples have fallen victims to the darts of Dan Cupid during the month of June just passed These figures taken from tho license records at tho once of the die trict clerk show that the month passed his been more prolific of mar riages not only of any month In the year but of many years past DCS Moines Register and Leader First Iron Bridge Up to 1S40 there wero no Iron bridges In the United States except suspension bridges In which iron links were used In the cables and suspenders tho floor system being of wood The first bridge In America consisting of Iron throughout was built In 1840 by Earl Trumbull over the Erie canal In the village of Frankfort N Y Englands Fisheries The fisheries of England yielded 35 000000 in 1003 and gave employment to 41539 persons Of the total fishing industry five ports North Shields Hull Grlmsby Yarmouth and Lowestoft have 83 per cent The herrings land ed at all stations In England and Wales amounted to 153000 tons Making Payment All I have In the world I owe to my wife murmured the millionaire who was about to tall and I guess Id bettor square up with her right nowAnd he proceeded to put all his pos sessions In his wifes name Louisville Journal Lower Postage in Italy Italy Is at last about to reduce her postage on domestic letters from four cents to three cents Owing largely to tho excessive rate prevailing heretofore the average number of letters written per Inhabitant per year Is In Italy only 93 as against 756 In Eng land Reward of Doing Perform a kind action and you find yourselfevenyou Increase the number of objects of your kind and charitable interest you find that the more you do for them the more you love them When We Are Bight It is a good thing to be firm when wo are sure that wo are right but when we deeply consider the matter perhaps there are fewer things than we have Imagined In which we are ab solutely sure that we are right MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 18 CATTLE Common 300 4 10 Heavy steers 4 85 0 5 00 CALVESExtra 0G60- HOGSCh packers G 25 ffj 6 30 Mixed packers 6 10 0 C 20 SHEEPExtra 4 15 0 4 25 LAMBSSpring 0 7 60 FLOURSpring pat 6 75 0 C 15 WHEAT No 2 red 83 0 84 No 3 red 0 78 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 55 No 2 whlto 0 56 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 2- 6llYItNo 2 57 0 69 timothy 012 25 PORKClear mess 016 65 LARD Steam 7 75 0 7 87 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 16fr Choice creamery 0 22 APPLES Choice 2 50 0 3 60 POTATOES Per bbl 1 25 0 1 40 TOBACCO New on 5 00 013 00 Old 4 50 014 75 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEATNo2 red 80 0 81y No3 red 85 0 91 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 54111 OATSNo2 mixed 0 25Y2 RyENo2 0 57 PORK Mess 14 20 014 25 LARD Steam 0 7721h New YorK FLOURWin strts 4 10 J 4 35 WHEAT No 2 red 0 8- 6CORNNo2 mixed 0 6- 2OATSNo2 mixed 290 30 RYEWestern 0 63 PORK Mess 15 25 016 25 LARD Steam ISO 0 8 15 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 82O 82y CORNNor mixed 69 0 691- 4CATTLEStecrs 4 00 0 4 60 SHEEPNo1 2 50 0 3 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 84 CORNNo2 mixed 0 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed 0 36 PORK Mess 012 00 LARD Steam 0 6 60 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red 0 8- 5CORNNo2 mixed 0561Ik OATSNo 2 mixed 0 35 Berea Cote 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Largest v Cortege Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies ir r Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Hou e7wprk Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Throe courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate andStateDiploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and tow lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalauro a degreesMusicChoral freoReed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to helpall who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction ia a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring terse of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation lists Methodists Presbyterians and good people son DtrORXATIOM AND rSIENOLT ADVICE ADDRESS THE BICBETABT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I Madison County Roller Mills II4ieNt111ie Fancy Roller Flour Cora MealShip Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Rout lI4ItIloltlI Potts Duerson White Stales Ky 11 I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Time Table in Effect May I 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 340 a m- Arrivehcllmond4I5a m Arrive Paris 628 a m- ArriveCinCil1nati750 a m Going North Train 2 sally Leave Berea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris8BO p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leavo Rerea11p in Arrive Knoxvillo810 pm Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 am Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Trains numbers 2 and 1 tarry Buffet Parlor fir and roaches between Cincinnati and Knoxville lu both directions Trams num hers I snd 4 carry Pnllmsn vextlbuled Sleeping rar and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox title In Loth directions W H lOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE A ATLANTIC RY CO Tim tabl In effect April It 1109 EAST MOUND No 1 I No 6 pmNicholaavllleValley View 1114 740 Richmond ar 1145 110 Richmond IT 1205 p m 6 90 a sa Irvine lOA 7SO vm- loooBeatlyrlllo 740IvBeattytllU Jet 800 1070 WEST BOUND No 8 No 4 No 6 Versailles 7M a m SSS Po m NIchohtYllIe oM 227 Valley View 62S 205 Richmond IT W 1M Richmond lor 7Upra 130 Irvine 6SJ p ra 1225 Bealtytllle maBeattrYllte let 330 1030 No 2 and 61 and S make clow connections at Klcholatrille band from Lexington and Cine natl and at Versailles to and from Bbelbyrllle and Louisville No 6 connects at nsattyrllla function for Jackson For any Informa Son address any local agent or U R SMITH 0 AgtVeralllesXy To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My Is the most complete and uptodate in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc t do work for moat prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work tent to me by moll or express will have prompt attention and charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN ML Vernon Kr RirraiNOi j Bank of Mt Vernoa Thiiktt with 5 tie teattwul iCASCARETS CANDY CATHARTIC the Ideal laxative and guaranteed constl potion cure FREE on of five f cent stamps Address aulD1 PIaal aatn4 tMo Ian 1wh I Manufacturers RAILROAD Call at TJ Moberleya and see the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended tonight ad day Telephone No A Berea XII Williams Is better prepar xl than nor todo your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPARING promptly Clean tag and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Kr ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service flrstolaas Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop U connectionCHARLES JACOBS Prop eoo KCourtvr PATENTS ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILtrr I rt BooltUowtoobt1DPatenta la MlnTutU AM Founded ANYTHING DESIGNS iRADMARNS- AND 11COPYR HSO- BTAINED 4 FREE I McnrodCillers 4 L061GG68SPtpJ t tswj w O J II Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 U for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 4 1 iI The reputation of W L Don jUs shoes for style comfort and wear Is known F everywhere throughout the world They have to gIve better satltfactlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere rj- WeFers carry a full line and can insure a perfect II i fit iaspection invited j COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY H Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Itt1LLLLLLtLLJ r r 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I Irt I II I Mr Dizrey and wife attended thurch at Wallace Chapel Sunday afternoonProfanity is a vice BO degrading that those who arts addicted to it seem hardenednot only to their own shame but even to any sensitiveness to the effect of their brutal vulgarity on others If a man was affected by a loathsome disease that made him the abhorrence of all who saw him he could hardly help hiding himself away where he would not be seen But the swearer far from being sen sitive to that which makes him an abomination to all healthy minded people seems to glory in his shame It is coming to such a pass in our streets that the wholesome Kentucky law against such nuisances will soon bo applied if there is not a change Frank Grow of Jessamine County tnado a short visit to friends and relatives in Wallace ton this week Rev Mr Messier of McKee will preach at the Parish House on Sun daynext Mr Thomson is in Med rna Ohio J A Wallace of Wallacoton will go to Nicholasvillo Saturday and attend the fair there next week Mr Tuppor attended the Institute in Richmond Monday hind Tuesday of this week Charlie Soper and family of Rich Mont visited E B Wallace and family of Wallaceton Sunday The Sunday School Convention of Madison County will IHJ hold at the Second Church of Berea on Friday of this week The program appears elsewhere Dinner will bo served in the Congregational church house Miss Emma Soper of Cincinnati who has boon visiting friends and relatives in Wallaceton left for Lancaster this week Rev Mr Hopkins pastor at Wal lace Chapel and other points made a brief visit to tho Citizen office this weekN J Hiatt and wifo of Wallaceton go this week to Southern Missouri where they will make their future homoHarry Kinnard has returned from EastMiss Ethel King has returned from Clay County where she has been doing Sunday School work Air and Mrs Messier and Miss Young of McKeo Academy visited in Berea last Sunday Miss Lucy Kimball and her grand mother are in Corbin from which place they propose to go to London where they will meet Mrs Mollie S Collins and visit tho Fair preachtMr Spencer was in Cincinnati Tuesday to see about the pillars for the Library which have been unac Ii countably delayed Ho found that a press of work had been allowed to side track the order The pillars may bo returned and finished hero Miss Jennie Jackson lots returned to her homo in Wallacetou after a two weeks visit in Garrard County Miss Lottie Gay is at home from Richmond Ind for a two weeks va cation She is attending a training school for nurses Miss Blazer left for her homo in Greenfield Ohio this week taking Miss Cornelius with her for a visit C S Hanson was in tho city this week buying goods Mrs E L Hanson has gone to Bracken County whore she will visit Mrs Anna Fay Miss Ostermier a college friendof Mrs Gamble who has been visiting her for some time goes to Chicago today Miss Ostermier willenter the Moody School in Chicago The ParksHunt wedding is post poned a week because of the sudden illness of Miss Parks Mr Porter and Messrs Chas and Josiah Burdetto are in McKeo A few friends wore entertained by Mr and Mrs S G Hanson last night in honor of Mr Clifford Bates a nephew of Mr Hanson from South Bend Indwho Is visiting him lorIa which lie will go to Brooklyn to take a course in Civil Engineering Mr Pow has been a student in Berea Cora number of years and has so identi fied himself withsociatand other interests that ho will bo much missed For some timo past he has had charge of tho Bindery in the Printing Do partment of tho College The next issue of THE CITIZEN will bo the annual advertising number for Borea College and this will bo sent to many who are not now subscrib ers This number is paid for by Bores College and the College takes extra copies and sends them to whomsoever it will This is a purely business transaction and should not be interpreted as an indication that Time CITIZEN is given away as a regu lar thing or that it is simply an ad vertising sheet belonging to tho ColI lego s Tho entertainment at the Taber nacho Friday is an exhibition of ath letic feats by students of Central College The young men aro under tho charge of the Physical Director of the College and the entertain ment is of such a character as will please all It should be distinctly understood that tho performers ado not professionals but are students who are showing what can be done byaverage young men under com petent instruction and diligent prac tire 11MMMM lH H 1 1 1 1 11 IHI College Items HERE AND THERE IHIHIHHHHHHHHl G B Burch sometime student in Berea but later a private at Jeffer son Barracks Mo has been transferred to Vancouver Barracks Wash where ho will bo glad to hear from his friends Ho reports his health much improved WCKelley Bomotimo student of Berea College mind Pastor of tho ME church at Page Neb reports n suc cessful year of work Ho attended the Epworth League convention at Denver this summer and spent ten days in the Rockies lIe is still interested in Berea as witness a re quest for catalogues to several young people of pus vicinity Simon C 1onwho has been studying the past year in Utah will return to Bores at the beginningof tho fall torn Nancy Westover expects to bo with us this fan and tummy bring others with her Miss Marie Bancroft of West field Mass will ho in the music department again this year Herbert II pointy will lo with us again thus year George Frazier of Virginia will be in Berea this full andwill bring his sister and several other young people of his community Cora and Clark Hyllon are both expected for the fall term Henry Blair is teaching in his homo district at Cody Ky and says ho 1I1uChlMrsintendent of the Boarding Hall has come and is at work Mrs Cameron is from Nova Scotia though much of hor life has been spent in Massachu suits where she received a thorough training in Domestic Science She is heartily welcome to tho College communityLetter received from Georgia M Clark Claridou Ohio who was hero in 10012 stating that she graduated this year from tho Uri versity of Michigan and is to teach this year at Hancock Michigan Sue is hoping to have her brother in school this year at Berea She says I have Bcrca to thank for giving ilea start in life and I have great confidence in its ability to help young people P E Hale of Ford Ky was in Berea making arrangements for his daughter Lutie tc he in school September 13th Jos Roberson is teaching tho Flat Gap School at Outer Morgan Coun ty Kentucky Con nt S S Association Tho following is the program of tho Madison County Sunday School Association to Ixj held at Bereft Friday August 25 1005 byRev930 am AddrcMliyli K Topper At Ikea The Nation Owes to Chriitlanltjr SundaySchool1030 a m A Cotiferonre How to Hare a Good Sunday School Note The SUte Worker will preside during this Conference 1 Introductory Remarks 2 The 1areuti Part Mrs A K Thornton 3 The Tutor Ian Ira ti U Todd SuperlntendentaVartWICnltehera II The Part Co iambic AdduTehlnc That Touches and Trill 116 a m Appointment of Committees 1200 m Noon Intermlulon- l19 p m song Irayer end Inl e Smloe 130 pm AddreieThe Child and the Book A K Thornton 200 p in Report of County and Dlttrlct Officer 20i p m Offering preceded by brief txptan itlon of the Stale Work lA Fox 240 pm AddreuSoul Winning In the Jay School HeY J W Critics 300 p iu Man igerncnl andTeaching C1tUDoueherhoal A number of the most prominent State workers will be present among whom will le Miss Nannie Leo Prayser and E A Fox of Louisville C F BROCK County President Old Vets Mooting Tho G A R members had their monthly gathering lad Saturday tho 10th Tho old veterans came to gather in large numbers and they also had quite a number of visitors rom other posts whom they treated quite royally Besides tho transaction of tho usual business they considered the matter proposed of establishing ad juncts of tins post in neighborhoods where veterans did not live in sufficient numbers to warrant having u post and they hope to bring tho matter to a successful conclusion at a future mooting All gathered about the festal board it the noon hour and the plain but abundant spread eaten off of tin- plates and toffee from tin cups re minded all the old boys of the time in their lives when that was the rule and not the exception Mr J M Baker and tho Rev William Baker sons of Squire Bakor of Wallaceton mado a short call at the Citizen office Wednesday Mr J M linker is a successful farmer In Plattsburg Mo nnd Mr William Baker is the pastor of tho Congrega tional church in Springfield 0Dnd both are sons of whom a father and mother may well be proud Madison County Teachers Institute Tho Madison County Teachers Institute is in session this week under tho direction of Professor W R Eubanks of tho Midland schools Seventy seven were enrolled tho first day antI nearly all teacher in tho county aro present Prof Eubank is a popular conductor mid tho Institute is snappy and practical just what scorns needed by tho rank and file of our teachers Tho presence and assistance of Mr Lnurons of Texas who is representing tho Interstate Correspoudanco School of Northwestern University is a material advantage to tho teachers Mr Laureus is prodigy of mathematical learning Tho teachers a largo majority of whom are ladies are intelligent and interested and give one much awuranco of tho growing ellictency of our common schools Much credit is duo Superintendent Wagers for tho evident care and study ho has put into his work Death of Mrs Lucia Darling Park NOWH comes of tho recent death at her homo iu Warren Ohio of Mrs S L Park letter known to tho peo plo of Berea and to former student+ of tho College as Miss Lucia Aurora Darling For nine years Mrs Park was Lady Principal of the College Tho local paler of Warren corn menting upon her death says It is not exaggeration to say that Mrs Purk was prolrably tho most popular woman in Warren allIevery iu She was n woman of unusual intelligence com bined with raro tact and a heart full of sympathy Those qualities of mind and heart gave her n place in tho community which will not bo easily filled In her homo life Mrs Park was broadminded and loving and lived as nearly OR possible in accordance to the precepts of tho Golden Tho sincere sorrow of her relatives and friends is a monument to her kindly disposition and ability to assist others FOR SALE House Lot in Berea Lot five rods by eight rods and twenty links Good fence About one dozen fruit and shade trees Boxed house six rooms nil ceiled Good well Small burn two stalls and hay loft Joining lot to District School for whites ami in half a mile of the College Price low Terms rensouablo Cull on J P BICKNELL BGREA Or write W D SMITH Look Box N Brunswick Nebr College Rule for Students Whose Homes Are in Berea Students whose homes are iu Bores should attend Berca College for the entire year or go to thin Public School for tho entire year Those who do not attend tho College In the Fall Term will not bo allowed to outer in tho Winter Fall Term opens Wednesday Sop tember 13 This rule does NOT apply to stu dents who teach or to those whose homes are not in Berea KelrrrrKKk r I ts1PYItY1kl RYYkIKp YYtampljYMYs1IYHYpYstkYrI K 1 You Often See Some Recipes iIn e the Journals p j- jI and Sunday Papers I- K That you may want to try and thats what we wishaji v to speak to you about as many times you dont r K know whether or not theyarc any good and thats S o 4where we come in Our experience enables us to jj tellof the merits ofa recipe at a glance and ilwe i think its a good formula we will tell you so r WE ARE PREPARED I iCOMPOUND FORMULA OR PRESCRIPTION ko r We have everything to do it with and are in position I It to do it at the lowest possible prices i i The Porter Drug 1 lsoonroRm- Dt Coi4 Tiltplate whert Purity Paramount tRA llit i A l+lq lilR i17471 1i17l ditilililleSlilSIStR31 1 Q Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pad insurance But you Would miss your home if you should lose tit and no insurance Cnn write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LlFEs and ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUG1IK SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC u Y iI tWH PORTER Beiea Ky AT THE BANK oloaoo t o S 0 0 o 0 0y 0 S 0 o 0- I At The Shop for Ladies i o N 0- i You can see the Finest Assortment a- e0i o 0 I of Early Fall Goods ir 0 Calland see usi 0 1 Io K I Companyo o I 0 0o 0- o 0- o 0- o 0 o 0 o oooooooooooooooooo ooooooaoo0000000000000 s J NEWS ITEMS FOR 1THE BUSY READER All Important Happenings Tha Have Recently Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movements of Covernment Officials and Other Interesting Evints Culled Condensed HPcI Voted An official dispatch from Oon Llnc vitch to tho emperor dated August 1 says that Russian detachment bas an nihilated a band of Chlnoso bandits in tho Lungchon district Tbo loader tho band and two Japanoso we among the dead Miss Allco Roosevelt will not re turn with Secretary Taft and Sho will proceed from Manila to P king to visit tho family of Minister W W Rockhlll Tho Chesapeake Ohio road has quarantined against Now Orleans and the south Under no conditions will tickets bo sold any further south than Memphis or Nashville Tho president has modified his p Imatlon of tbo 6th Inst withdrawing from entry certain lauds in tho Unitab Indian reservation and has restored about 86000 acres Harvard observatory officials receiv od a telegram from tho Lick observatory In California that n Tenth natol lite of Jupiter had boon observed At Pratt Kan Mrs Harvey McPer son Null charged with murder In tho flint degree In having It Is alleged poi BOned her husband a well to do farm er and H C Kelloy a farmhand charged with aiding and abetting hot In tho crime havo boon arrested Dispatches received at tho stato de partment from China show that Shang hai Is tho only place whore tho boy- Cott against American goods has as sumed anything like a serious aspect It Is now stated at tho war depart ment that charges wore flied thoro lost April against Maj Tsggart who is suing hlswlto for divorce In Ohio but no action hen been token upon tho charges nor will anything bo dono un UI the termination of tho present suit A wholesale desertion of privates from the army post at Fort Snolllng was reported at the army headquarters In St Paul when It was announced that about 10 privates had quietly left the post without asking the permission of the commanding officer Walter Sanger Pullman who was In- Jured in a runaway aoeident died at his tome In Uslmont Cal An Invo tigation disclosed that his skull was fracturedTwenty thousand citizens of Quebec witnessed UIQ unveiling of a monu mont to tho Quebec soldiers who lost their lives In tho South African war Fart Grey unveiled the monument Two Japanese torpedo boats born barded Port Hazarovo Port Lazarnff Korea An attempt was rondo to land troops but they woro beaten off by RussiansCoroner Blogolstoln ot Cuyabog county rendered a verdict in connec lion with the wrecking ot tho Twenti eth Century limited on tho Lako Shore road at Mentor 0 on the night of Juno 23 In which 19 lives were lost Tho coroner holds that Walter F Mi nor tho telegraph operator at Mentor opened the switch which caused tho accidentA battlement tower of Ver mont granite erected to the memory of Vermonts revolutionary patriot Ethan Allen on the farm whore ho spent much of hla life was dedicated In Burlington Vt Tho orator of the day was Charles W Fairbanks vioo president ofdthe United States A score persons woro more or loss seriously injured In St Louis and East St Louis as tho result of a via lent wind and rain storm which fol lowed ten minutes of sudden darkness A women vrlro suspension brldgq over n la o at Mildred Park Springfield III vrhero tno retail clerks of Springfield were holding a picnic collapsed throwing 100 poisons Into tho water which was nine foot deep Many narrowly escaped drowning A TlcnTsln dispatch says that an attompt was mado on tho llfo of the Impress of China as sho was passing through tho northwest gate of tho city to her summer palace tier assailant was dressed an a soldier and was bay onettod by tho guard Tho 186 prisoners In tho federal jail in Washington havo been quarantined for 16 days because of a case of small pox tho origin of which can not bo traced Thoro was qulto a stir in Washing ton overa dispatch from Panama that tho work on tho Isthmian canal had been stopped Tho reason of tho sus pension Is duo to tfie desirability of un dertaking Improvements of sanitary conditions In tho zono Sowel B Spauldlng agod 70 engi neer of tho B O passenger train which struck a street car in Cincin nati killing three persons and injur ing seven died from Injuries received J In tho wreck His homo was In Chll llcotho 0- Secretary Loob and his wife complot ed a months tour of tho national res ervation Yellowstone Park and start ed on their return to Washington Reports from tho mountains of North Carolina are that tho hotels and country boarding houses aro filled with refugees from tho yellow rover district And that more refugees are comlnir Tho Interstate Iron Co ot Now York capital 100000 was Incorporat ed Directors J O Peters NowI York Edwin Bolknap Chicago G Scholos Buffalo F G Conklin and D M Shtvoly of South Bend Ind Instead of being dropped from the diplomatic service Edwin H Conger totjust tho differences between tho Ce lestial empire and tho United Statue Chief Wllklo of tho United States secret service has announced the ap pearance of a now counterfeit 5 sit ver certificate It Is of tho series of 1899 Lyons register and Roberts troas uror John P Mocklor a morohant and Oscar Reynolds a nogro woro killed by an electric wire at Cairo IlL Mock lot camo In contact with a live wire In an ico box and tho nogro tried to release him dispatch by wireless tolograph 0from Hllo says that liana tho Hawai ian wife of Kahn a Chlnoso gavo birth to one child on last Thursday tworoon ono day night All are dead Liabilities of 292677 and assets of inoB Appleton of Cambridge Apploton was a clerk in the offlco of Arthur B Apployard tho street railway promo tor Tho people of Cairo III are demand ing more stringent quarantine regula tions and a largo number of promi Secretarygasked him to closo Cairo to tho world Many pqoplo wore drowned and scores of others injured as tho result of an excursion train on tho Atlantic Coast line bound from Kingston W C to Norfolk Vs plunging through an open draw over the western branch of tho Elizabeth rlvor olght miles from NorfolkTho removal of tho two Atlantic Coast Line cars which plunged Into tho upon draw at Elizabeth river near Norfolk Va revealed but two bodies In the first car making tho numbor of bodies recovered 13 with flvo persons missing Nono ot the injured now In tho hospitals will die Webb Jay of Cleveland was proba bly fatally Injured at Kenilworth park Buffalo In tho ton mllo automobile raco Nino ribs wero broken ono lung punctured and right arm broken Word was received at tho headquar tore ot tho New Mexico rangers that Apacho Indians from Arizona aro com milting depredations in Southwestern Socorro county on tho McGollon rover ration A dostrucUvo tornado passed north ot WoIIplcot Nob destroying barns crops stock and stacks of hay At tbo farm of Votaw brothers 26 head of horses wore crushed to death Business failures in tho United States for tho woek ending August 17 number 147 against 166 last week 203 In tho like week of 1904 and 166 In 1903 In Canada failures number 29 as against 32 last week E F Mills of Now York won tho diamond trophy for long distance fly casting at Chicago against 11 competi tors In tho Chicago FlyCasting clubs tournament at Garfield park Mills distance was 112 root 8 inches Charges havo been filed in the department of Justice by citizens of Globe Ariz against Associate JusUco Tuckor of tho territorial court which It Is said involved his judicial and personal conduct Temple Houston youngest son of the famous Gen Sam Houston died at his homo In Woodward Okla Ho was 45 years of age and leaves a wid ow and four children Harvey Mlzo n citizen of Bennett Tonn a little mining town It Cahip boll county near Lafollotto Tonn shot and Instantly killed his wife mis taking her for a burglar Whllo bathing In tho Allegheny river at Godfrey Pa two campers Rev Wil liam A Bllhelmor of Youngblood and Miss Vorna Marrlson daughter of Stato Representative W F Morrison of Mt Pleasant were drowned The two campers wore members of a party ot flvo Hon Henry St Ooorge Tuokor dean of the school ot law and diplomacy ot George Washington university former ly Columbian university Washington was unanimously elected president of tho Jamestown Exposition Co Tho reported northern banana tam Ino relieved by tho receipts at Mobile Ala whloh is placed at 119000 bunches requiring 500 cars to move tho cargo- CommandorInchlot John It King ot tho G A IL in a general ordor announces tho appointment of threo women to bo honorary aides on his staff at tho national encampment Vincent Walsh the 19yearold eon of Thomas E Walsh the Colorado cop per king who recently rented ono of tho handsomest cottages at Newport R I and whoso family haa become ono of tho most prominent in tho sum mer colony was killed In an automo bile accident His sister Miss Eva lyn Walsh Mrs J L Kernochan Har ry Oelrlchs and Herbert Poll woro so rlously injured Walter P Kraft tho transfer clerk of the Equitable Trust Co Chicago Is missing and it is said by tho officials of the company that 20000 of tho companys money is missing A negro named Horn was captured between Lumborton and Hattlesburg Miss Tho negro was charged with complicity in tho killing of Convict Guard Smith near Hattlesburg- Tfco police raided tho track during the Lake Erlo trotting races at James town N Y and arrested four men charged with running a paddlo wheel The pollco seized the wheel and 1400 In money 1g1Islaturothe disbanding of the five nogro com panics in the state militia Henry D Davis of Cleveland 0 was elected grand worthy president of tho Fraternal Order of Eagles by the grand acne by acclamation after Grand Worthy President John F Pel letlor of Kansas City withdrew as a candldato Tho International Typographical Union at its session voted to pay 250 a week to aid the union printers In their strike against tho Philadelphia Inquirer on tho condition that tho Philadelphia union will subscribe a like amountIt that tho state census ol Iowa will show a falling off of about 21000 In tho population of that stato as compared with tho figures given bj tho federal census of 1900 John Goodson an 11 ycar old school boy Is under arrest charged with the murder of Hannah McQuado aged 7 In Greenfield township just outside tbo west city limits of Detroit An Interesting AngloAmerican en gagement which has not yet been publicly announced Is that of Miss Ethel Stafford daughter of Mrs Hugh Staf ford a wealthy California widow to Lieut Arthur Wagg of tho British navy Miss Stafford la 23 a pretty girl with dollcato features Lieut Wagga only possessions ho tells his friends aro his pay and a motor car but tho young couple aro in lore Tho post offlco and express offlco at Nuttall W Va was robbed ot 300 and a quantity of stamps There 1 no clow to tho robber overyfamilYtho stork Away with taco suicide Thats the latest ukaxo issued by Apes tic John Alexander Dowio for tho ruler of tho North Shoro colony wants to see tho birth rato figures soaring skyward In a way that will mako tho eta tisticians sit up and sharpen their pencils Threo persons woro injured one of them probably fatally by stones hurl ed by Mrs Myra McIIcnry a joint smasher who turned wrathfully upon her audience in tho street at Hutchln son Kan because they Jeered Mrs Samuel S Free wife of ono of Pittsburgh bestknown policemen gave gavo birth to twins which makes In all 13 children born to her Tho twins aro tho second pair that has blessed tho Free household and tho big police man Is very proud as a result Free Is 60 whllo his wife is a tow years his junior All tholr children arc living Joo Taylor who was tried at Win field Putnam county W Va on a charge of arson growing out of tho Larch case was found guilty of grand arson by a jury and his sentence fixed at imprisonment for lifo Tho strlko of tho telegraphers on tho Northern Pacific road was official ly declared ort by President Perham of tho Order of Railway Telegraphers Tho Chicago Typothetae In order to force an issue on tho eighthour day question will Inaugurate tho open shop and establish schools for non union printers Beyond the statement that tho dally figures continuo to present solid ovl denco that tho modern scientific cam paign In progress is controlling tho lover the authorities In charge of the work in Now Orleans had little com mont to mako on the 19th Tho promulgation of the plan for a national assembly which overlooks tho rights of the Poles caused a bad im pression in Warsaw and a general strike it Is feared will bo mado tho occasion for violent excesses Tho International Typographical Unions convention closed at Toronto with a determination for an eighthour day Tho executlvo committee was au thorized to arrange for a conference with the Amorlcan Nowspapor Publishing association Lieut Gon Adna 11 Chance Brig Gen James F Dell and Brig Gen Wit liam Crozlor who will represent the general staff of tho army at the French war maneuvers sailed for Eu ropeWilliam Richardson brought to Petersburg Ind tho largest catfish over caught in Whlto river weighing 112 poundsTwo lives wero lost by a lire which destroyed a farm houso near Atlanta Go The dead John Matthows aged about CO and Rosa Thompson both white Frank Hall his oldest daughter 14 and his oldest son 12 wore drowned in tho Crawfish river two miles from Jefferson Wit Edward F Congor American ambas sador to Mexico assorts that ho is not going to China and that ho could do nothing thero to allay tho boycott against American products Mayor Dunno of Chicago was arrested in tho suburb ot Evanston for violation of tho ordinance regulating tho speed ot automobiles TIle may or In company with his friend John Roylston paid tho usual fine A Great Northern freight train struck a crowdod Columbia Garden car on tho crossing at Butte Anaconda 11 Pacific depot at Butto Mont Ton people wero killed and many injured The reciprocity conference called at Chicago to dovlso means of bettering tho trado relations between tho United States and foreign countries finished the work for which tho meeting was called arranged for a committee to prosecute tho plans of tho convention and formed a prominent organization styled as tho American Reciprocal Tur in League The Costa Rican government has re ceived official information that yellow fovor is prevalent at Bocas del Tote Panama and Port Limon and a strict quarantine against ships from those ports has boon ordered CHANGES OF PEACE Were Greatly Improved by the Presidents Action An Effort Is Being Made To Induce Japan to Moderate Her Demands For Indemnity From the Pius slan Government Portsmouth N H Aug 16The crt sis In tho peace negotiations upon which tho eyes of tho world is fast oned Is approaching rapidly and tho end of this week or tho first of next nt tho latest should witness the dead lock and tho end If tho conference is to go to pieces Two more of the 12 articles Nos 4 and 6 woro disposed of Tuesday Article 4 consists of mu tual pledges to observe the Integrity of China and tho policy of the open door for the commorco of all nations and article 6 covers the surrender of the Russian teases to tho Llaotung peninsula Port Arthur Dalny and the Blonde and Elliott Islands Article C tho consideration of which was postponed until later provides for tho cession of tho Island of Sakhallen Portsmouth N H Aug 1Thefollowing official statement was Issued by Mr Sato Wednesday evening At the afternoon session of the con ference articles 7 and 8 wore discuss Odi article 7 was settled In principle and article 8 accepted unanimously Article 7 is the cession of the branch of the Chinese Eastern rail road from Harbin southward and are tide 8 provides for tho retention by Russia of tho portion of tbo lino through Northern Manchuria connect ing the transSiberian road with Vladi vostokPortsmouth Aug lSTIle crisis In the peace conference boa been reached and pessimism Is again tho note But tho darkest hour is just beforo tho dawn and thoro is still hope Predictions of a final rupture Friday cer tainly will not be justified unless Bar on Komura figuratively picks up his hat and announces that It Is useless to proceed further Mr Wltto at 16ast will not be precipitate At Fridays cession after article 11 tho limitation of Russias sea power In the far east nnd article 12 fishing rights on tho Russian littoral ore disposed of ho will favor an adjournment until Monday to hear the lost word from St Petorsburg The pessimism Is based upon tho fact that no progress was made Thurs day Tho exchange of views at tho morning session on article 0 remun oration for tho cost of tho war ahowod at once that tho plenipotentia ties wore ns far apart as tho poles Portsmouth N H Aug 19Dlnck pessimism reigns at Portsmouth Tho prevailing vlow is that tho tate of tho peace conference Is already sealed that It has ended In failure and that all that now remains Is for tho pleni potentiaries to meet on Tuesday to which day they adjourned Friday aft ernoon upon completing tho BO rail in consideration of tho Japanese terms sign tho final protocol and bid each other farewell But there Is still room for hope of a compromise Neither President Roosevelt nor tho powers will seo tho chance of peace shipwrecked without a final effort and that pressure Is be- Ing exerted especially at Toklo to in duce Japan to modorato her terms Is beyond question But tho chances aro recognized to be slim So far as tho Russian pleni potentiaries aro concerned there nay or was a chance for their yielding both Indemnity and Sakhallen The ces lion of Sakhallen without Indemnity was according to tho best inside in formation tho extreme limit to which Mr Wltto would over consent to go and tho emperor has not yet given the word even to concede that Portsmouth N H Aug IIlThe chances of peace have undoubtedly been Improved by President Reese volts action in stepping into the breach in a lost heroic endeavor to In duce the warring countries to com promise their Irreconcilable differ oncos but the result is tilt in one pease Tho ultimate decision of the issue has do facto if not do jure passed from the plenipotentiaries to their pried pals tram Portsmouth to St Petersburg and perhaps in a looser extent to Toklo Although there ore collar oral evidences that pressure both by President Roosevelt and neutral pow era Including Japans ally Great Dri tale whoso minister Sir Claude Mao Donald according to advices received hero had a long conference Sunday afternoon with Mr Katsura tho Jap anese premier Is still being exerted nt Toklo to Induce Japan to moderate hor demand there Is also reason to bollovo that President Roosevelt was able at his Interview with Damn Do Rosen to practically communtcoto to tho latters senior Mr Witto Japana Irreducible minimum what she would yield but tho point beyond which she would not go Whether an actual basis of coin promise was proposed by tho president can not bo stated deflnlnoly Almost Impregnable Position Godzyananl Manchuria Aug 21 Three Russian officers who have reach ed tho mainland from Sakhallon report that the Russian force In tho interior of tho island occupies an almost Im pregnable position and Is securing the full support of tho convicts An Enfoced Armistice Peking Aug 21WhlJo tho Japan oso nnd Russian plenipotentiaries have failed to arrange an armistice during their negotiations the weather is en forcing an effectual armistice fur thq month of August ff STATE NEWS ITEMS LONG AND SHORT HAUL CLAUSE It la Charged That It It Being Violated By Three Railway Companies Frankfort Ky Aug 17The Ken tucky railroad commission med wltb the interstate commerco commission n charge that section 4 of the act to regulate interstate commerce tho long nnd short haul clause is being via lated by tho L N Illinois Central and L H St 1 Railroad Cos and discrimination is being made to and from what is known an Trunk Lino and Central Freight Association territory to and from Owonsboro and Henderson this stato as compared with other points similarly situated especially with Evansville Ind and contiguous torn tory The further charge is made that tho adjustment of rates to and from southern and southeastern territory to these points are not fair and just The connecting lines named in tho opinion and petition of the Kentucky commis slop are Cumberland Gap Dispatch D OaW tao C I L tho C C C St L and the Pennsylvania TROOPS ARRESTED Members of the First Regiment Got Into a Watermelon Patch Paducah Ky Aug 18 Without a cldent or Incident tho First regiment of Louisville arrived on a special train and went to Camp Yelser Breakfast was served at 10 oclock followed by undress guard mount dally rou tine was continued and at 530 the first dress parade took place in which the troops mado an excellent showing No sooner had they got in camp several of tho men sneaked off to watermelon patch and were run with a shotgun They returned with a turkey and It was reported they killed It on J IL Utlerbanks farm they contended they bought it Ov 100 soldiers who had left the camp wore arrested by a provost marshal and guards and it required a special train of street cars to take them At general headquarters they woro r leased with a talk from Inspector Gen Noel Gaines FEUDISTS FIGHT Ono Is Shot To Death and Another Badly Wounded I Lexington Ky Aug 19A special dispatch from Pikevlllo tells of a second meeting of the feud clang of the Mulllns and Flemings In a battle on tho plko at the Letcher county lino Monroe Sewnrd a member of tho Mul tins faction was killed and Henry Mullins dangerously wounded Henry Mulllns Seward and two or three oth er men whoso names were not given were riding along the road They carried Winchesters across their saddles but before they wore aware of trouble they had fallen into an ambush Ial1 it is claimed by the Flemings faction Tho shooting was general but as the alms of tho Flemings fighters was un usually bad all escaped save Seward and Henry Mullins Creed Vanover of tho Flemings faction was slightly Injured Lexington To Clean Up Lexington Ky Aug lSDr J C Carrick president of the board of health has Issued a proclamation can- Ing upon all citizens of this city to clean their premises by cutting weeds removing refuse and garbage and applying disinfectant oil to tho surface of all pools of water Settled With the Contractors Frankfort Ky Aug18rThe state capitol commission settled with Balko Zehnder Louisville contractors for tho excavation work done under con tract on tho site of the new capitol which work has just been completed Tho prloo paid was 355909 Latonlas Jail Covington Ky Aug lOLatonIa which is rapidly becoming a thriving city will soon have its own jaiL This will cut a big figure with the county jailer as all of tho prisoners aro sent to Covington from there for petty of fenses committed serving out their sentences without doing any labor Kentuoklan Dies In Florida Newport Ky Aug 10A D Fisher 685 East Third street received word that his cousin Mooo Agnow had died in Jacksonville Flo Mr Agnow was ono of the bestknown men in Northern Kentucky The body will bo ship pod to this city for burial Ho was a well known river man Caleb Powers Case Newport Ky Aug 19caleb Pow ers 1las employed the best of legal talent to appear before the supreme court of the United States in which ho will endeavor to havo his case transferred from tho state to the federal court Bad News Causes Death Mayking Ky Aug 19Attor com pletely rallying from an attack of ty phoid foyer Team Haynes 42 formerly of Colly Creek heard the news that Monroe Haynes his brother had been struck In tho head with a stone at Lester and dropped dead Col Washington Critically III Newport Iy Aug 19Col George Washington of this city one of tho leading attorneys of tho Campbell county bar was stricken with paralysis while visiting relatives at Owen ton Owen rvmntv ICY Ity CAMP YEISER Col Gaines Is Preparing To Try Town tend By CourtMartial Paducah Ky Aug 17The First regiment of Louisville arrived here on a special train and went Into camp at Camp Yelser for eight days Tho advance guard Capt J M Huffakcr commissary Capt Ira 8 Bennett quartermaster Serge Maj F M Ter ry commissary sergeant carter WIl- son and Private H A Graves arrived Quito a surprise was sprung at general headquarters when Col Noel Gaines learned that Elmer Townsend who sued him for 10000 damages for put ting him in the guardhouse was a member of tho state guard He belongs to Company I Paducah which has never been mustered out on account of some property not being ac counted for At the time Col Gaines thought Townsend was a civilian Ho will be rearrested and tried by court martial GIRLS IN LOVE Suicided Because They Feared Their I Love Was Not Returqed Palntsvllle Ky Aug 11The sui cide in DIg Shoals Ky of a beautiful young woman who left a note that fearoyoung man on had voluntarily bestowed her affec dons did not care for her recalls tho selfdestruction of another pretty girl near there about three months ago She also left a note that sho bad de- cIded to shuffle off the mortal coil because her affections were not recipro cated Both young women strangers Investigationtman as to thorn was not worth the living IdS name Is John Damron according to inerNEW RAILWAY LINE CltyaTo Hlllsboro Mt Sterling Ky Aug 19F S Plchel of Michigan president of the Licking River Lumber Co at Farm ers Rowan county will within a short time begin building a lino of railroad from Midland City Bath county through Bath and Fleming counties to Hlllsboro on tho C F R railroad The new road will be about 30 miles In length and will be hroadgauge It will connect with tho Chesapeake Si Ohio at Midland and probably be ox tended Into tho Morgan county coal fields where tho Licking Lumber Co owns large tracts of land The right of way has been secured Michigan capitalists are behind the new project it is sold KILLED THE BOY Held Him With One Hand and Cut Him With a Knife Smlthland Ky Aug 19Roy Duncan 16yearold son of Rev Duncan of near Dycusburg this county dleil from wounds received while fighting with George Bevers aged 22 Bevera cut Duncan in a dozen places holding him with ono hand and slashing with tho other Bevers has not been captured but a posso are in hot pursuit and expect to get him soon Duncan bad an excellent reputation In his neighborhood and fooling Is high against his slayer j Find Murder Indictment Covlngton Ky Aug 17 Boont county grand jury returned Indictments for murder and manslaughter against George B Ritchie farmer of near Constance Ky Ritchie Is charged with stabbing to death William Smith and John Warner Shot In the Breast Burkesvllle Ky Aug lS8lx mllea north of hero on Renox creek Dave Bowen shot John Surratt twice in the breast killing him almost Instantly Several persona witnessed the grime Bowen has surrendered to the author ties and is now In jail Ho was Jeal ous ot Surratt Suing For His Salary Henderson Ky Aug 19Nod Orott der of Louisville formerly shortstop for the now defunct Henderson team of the Kitty League filed suit in the circuit court against the Henderson Baseball association for 6225 salary due him when tho team disbanded Death of Capt V P Collins Covington Ky Aug 19Capt Vat Peers Collins who was the oldest coal mine operator and towboat owner la tho Ohio valley was suddenly seized with cerebral hemorrhage at his horns In this city and died Louisvilles Free Library Louisville Ky Aug 19Work on tho excavation for tho Louisville tree public library which is to bo built at a coat of 1250000 was commenced when the first spadeful of dirt was turned before a largo gathering of city officials and citizens The Horse Came Back Frankfort Ky Aug 19John Dick orson a farmer residing in Owen county near the Franklin line was much surprised to find at his barn door a horse which had strayed or been slot ton from him eight rears ago 1 I I I I I I II n 11+11111 111 I I I 1 I 1111 1 1 1 I II 1 1 1 111 111 III 1 1 Eastern Kentucky Ne sIt iro eorrupoadence pabnshed unmees dined in full by the writer r U not for psbacation but u u erl4ellco 01 good fAIth Write pLttIlIJt I I I I II I II 1111+1 I I II II I I 1 11+1 H I T MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Aug 201905 Mr and Mrs W J Hyntt will leave Sunday for Miller Mowhoro they expect to maim their futuro home Mnck Baker of rinttsburg Mo is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James Baker also another son Rev William Baker of OhioG A Ballard sold a fine horse to Ohio Bowon for 115and Mr Bowen sold another horso for 140 Salom Wylie sold a nice bunch of hogs to Mr Maupin for f500 per hundred Miss Oma Sopor and Miss Clara Borden were the guests of Mr and Mrs R II Solver Wednesday Mrs Will Henry who has been sick for tho last six months died Aug 14 Shu leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss funeral at Kirks I villa on Tuesday Mrs Katie Rich and children who have boon visiting her mother Mrs David McCollum have returned to their homo at Clay CityG B Gabbard and Darid McCollum attended post meetings at Boron Saturday Our postoffico has changed hands We have a new postmaster now Mr Katren Mrs Emily Smith of Berea visited friends at Wallace ton SaturdayMrs Carrie Wallace is on the sick list this weokG A Ballard sold his farm I to tho Kidd Brothers for 8000 a few weeks ngoTho ladies of the Bap tist church met last Wednesday and cleaned the church and put the new I carpot downSid Cronchers little boy who has boon ill for some time with typhoid fever is slowly improving MOTE Aug 21The little son of Mr and Mrs N T Willford who fell from a tree a few weeks ago and broke his arm is able to bo out ngninTho people of this vicinity are verysorry to hear of Miss Girtrudo Settle of Big Hill being Tory low with consumption Oliver Rogers and Brother Frank of Lexington are visiting friends here Miss Ora Powell is visiting her cousin James Rogors at Kirksville Mrs P J Garrett made a business trip to Richmond last wockThere will boa Childrens Day at Pilot Knob church Sunday Aug 27Miss Mary Jackson and aunt Mrs Joe Lawson wore at Mallory Springs Sunday Miss Ollio Powell and Fannie Jackson were at Glado church Sunday Miss Mary Jackson attended Richmond Fair last week and reportedan enjoyable tirne0 P Jackson is getting ready to enter the fall term at Boroa Coll goFrank Garrott and his girl was at Mallory Springs SundayErnest Moody Fort Wayne Ind is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs 0 Moody ut Kingston BARE KNOB Aug 22Mrs Baker visited tho Misses Lake Saturday evening Brother Derthick and Mr McCully preached at this place Sunday oven ing All were pleased to see and hear Brother Derthick again Brother Kingsbury and Brother Kitchen are holding p series of meet ings at this place every ono como out Thoro is no school this week on account of the Institution nt Rich mond Our teacher is attending it JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Aug 21We still have fine rains in this vicinityTho school at this place isptj greening nicely with Miss Edna Wilson as teacher She re ports good attendance and great interest Tho school in the adjoin ing district Long Branch is also progressing nicely with Miss Annie Powell as teacher Her average per cent of attendance based on the cen sus for first school mouth ending August 10 was 75 based on enrollment 82 Sunday Schools at the above mentioned places are progress ing nicely with Miss Annie Powell as teacher and Superintendent at Long Branch and also Franklin Hatiiold and Miss Margaret Azbill as teachers Charles Click is Superin tendont and Misses Annie Powell and Edna Wilson are teachers at Kerby KnohD E Click and sons Charles and Fred with his daughter and her husband started on tho 17th to Tennessee to visit friends and relativesRev W I Powell and daughter Elizabeth returned from Blauton Flat today where they have been visiting friends and relatives The following is the program for the Fifth Magisterial District Teachers Association to be held at Sand Gap on tho fourth Saturday in August 1105 Song by the Association Devotional exorcises by C A Van Winkle Welcome Address by Miss Johnson Response H C Combs I Song by quartet Progress of Our Country by G M Moore Recita tion by Polly Hellard Oration What Kentucky has done by George Sparks Essay Decoration of a Schoolroom by Dora McWhortor Song by quartet Intermission Basket Dinner Song by Associa tion Oration How to Secure Good Attendance by Lloyd Bigley Essay Discipline by Mrs Annie Hayes Oration Duty of tho Public School Teacher in time matter of Citizenship by II N Dean Essay How to Secure Interest by Maggie Wilson Recitation by Martha Jones Song by quartet Essay My First School by Lizzie Wilson Selected Rending by Annie Powoll Oration Benefits of a Teachers Ins tituto by Geo Hellard Song by Association Adjournment May each teacher respond with an cutlm siastic talk SAND OAP Aug 21 Weather warm and pleasant and rain enough to lay the dust Granvillo Marvillo and wife and Thomas Huff and wife left yester day for Indiana whore they expect to make their future home We are sorry to give up such good citizens Mrs W J Dougherty of Valley View has been visiting friends anti relatives ImereIsaac McGuiro who has been in Illinois for some time visited his brother Lewis of this place last week He says there is no place like old Kentucky James Williams and soninlaw John Korby contemplate going to Illinois to look out a location whore if they find one suitable they will move in the near future Master Murray Durham visited relatives on Clover Bottom last wockNeal Mobley was a guest at JR Durhams Saturday evening There will bo a teachers association at Sand Gap tho coming Saturday An enjoyable time is expected everybody bring dinner and come Miss Emma Johnson tho teacher at this place took tho teachers examin ation at McKee Friday and Saturday She rode David Coles horse which unfortionately broke its log Mr Cole says it must have been an extra hard examination as it broko his horses legMis Mamie Martin escorted by Charles Durham attend ed church at Clover Bottom yesterday Mrs Idonia Durham visited at J R Durhams Saturday John John son and family visited David Durham and family yesterday Horace Durham and Jas Johnson have returned from Ohio Shep Durham visited relatives on Dry Fork yesterday Mrs J R Durham paid Mrs James Durham n visit last week OWSLEY COUNTY CONKLINO Aug 1Wo are glad to be able to send a good report regarding the Sunday Schools near hero Isaac Hacker is Superintendent of the Sun day School where he teaches and N F Ambrose is Superintendent of the Sunday School of Doe Creek andat the Union Church on White Oak The former meets at 0 oclock and tho latter at 3 oclock Misses Emma and Minnie McCollunrvisitcd friends on Doe Creek SundayMrs- I B Ambrose who has been on the sick list for some time is improving qnd hopes to be able to make her homo in Berea somo time in Sep tember William Mainous and his daughter Gracie wont to Buck Creek last weekDoo Creek Sunday School was highly entertained by a song from tho Mainous quartet lust Sunday Jesse Wilson made his motherinlaw a present of a fine Jef soy cow the other dayPete Hacker has not yet returned from tho Now Mulo Market GABBARD Aug 21Hoing hot weather Henry Gabbard was on Cow Crook last weekJohn Caldwell of Leslie County was hero last week Dudley Reynolds of Eversolo was hero one day recently on business J L and B W Gabbard had thoir millet grass mowed this week Tiso Barret was in Clay County lately on business Price Moore has returned home from Ohio where he has been working for the King Mills Company William Robinson of Garrard County was hero one day last week selling fruit trees Tev App Murrell is visiting friends and relatives hereProf A B Cort preached hero lust Saturday and SundayLincoln and Findley Bolin are in tho logging business this fallTho debating society of this place has been reorganized anti given the name of Ingersoll Debating Society They also Imo a so ciety at Grassy Branch school house Time largest rattlesnake that over has keen killed in Owsley County in the recollection of our oldest citizens was recently killed on Buffalo Creek by Esq Rob Bakers sou Jell Jell is said to bo about 10 years old lIe is employed as mail carrier and saw the snake lying in the road near a pool of water Hitching his horse at a safe distance and storing himself with stick anti stone Jell proceeded to givo battle anti finally came off victorious Tho snnko was near ly black with three small stripes on its back It was 5 ft 10 inches in length ns big around tho body as n half gallon jar and had 17 rattles and a button MAJOR Aug lRBrown Pendorgrass has returned home from Cincinnati 0 where ho has been working for tho ClydoRowlandMolntiro aged 15were married last Wednesday Elder J B Rowlett officiated The Baptist brethren aro holding a revival meeting nt Now Hope this week Several additions to tho church aro reported Railroad talk is all the go now It is aspect ed that a lino will be built from Hoidolbnrg to Buffalo where tho now coal mines have been opened The cod vein was found to be nearly nine feet thickThe corn cropof this section is looking better than it has for several seasons But hogs are- scarcoTho teachers of Owsloy organized a literary society at Rowland Chapel last night MrM B Flanory was chosen president Its object ie to train tho young orators Everybody is invitejd to attend It meets on Friday night LESLIE COUNTY HYDEN The first Annual Sunday School Conference of Leslie County will be hold nt Uydou Saturday September 2 1005 Tho following will bo time program Song by Conference Devotional Exercises by Rev Win Fields Music by Quartet How to arouse interest in Sunday School by Rev Ambrose An Ideal Super intendent by Jasper Hull Teach ers Preparation by Arthur Dailey How to Tench the Lesson by Mary Hoskius Music by Quartet Sun day School Lesson in Day School by Mollie Mellon Parents Duty by W C Hunt Sunday Schooland Homo by Rev J Mooro Work in Leslie County by C C Hudson Basket Dinner Call to ordor 180 by singing Music by Quartet Addresses by W A Willis of Cleveland Ohio and other speakers of note Come and bring dinner enough for two others besides your self Boat time promised in history of County All Welcome LETCHER COUNTY MAY KING Aug 22Ned Craft lies just returned from Norton Vn with goods Dock Adams of Call Ky is in Virginia this week on business Mrs Lettio lIngs died nt her homo of typhoid fever sho lenvea many relations and friends to mount hor lossMr and Mrs H B Craft and family wore visiting hore Sunday Isom Haynes of Cally ago 45 died at his home of typhoid fever Time Sunday School is at a standstill now Deputy Sheriff Rolwrt White was hero a few days ngoDr Sam Blair and wire are on their way to this county whore they will visit friends and relatives for more than a month D W nnd W W Webb are visit ing friends and relatives in Clay County Eldor Campbell Craft Is visiting relatives hornN It Webb went to Virgina last week on business Time Citizen will provo to bo a helpful influence for good in your family or individual life if you per mit it Subscribe today amid try it MOS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Noun Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four years I inhered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I however pcratiotlIfwell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a Wine of Cards me to try and be did to began to improve m afew days and my recovery was very rapid With anotherbeing Mrs Stowea letter shows woman bow a homo issaddened wealmesandhowcompletelyWino flees and Lrlngs health awl hnppi nest again Do not on suffer ing to your5 druggist today and secure a 1100 bottle of Wine of Cantol WINE c lD2u- I I Kentucky Intelligence I TWO KILLED AND TWO HURT Runaway Cars Plunged Into a Row of House Mlddlosboro Ky Aug 23A wreck occurred on tho branch railroad running from bore Into tho coal district at Mlnjo Hollow when a heavily load ed train of 38 coal cars broke in two at the Nicholson Coal Cos minOR The front section jumped tho tracft ran on the ties a quarter et a mile and was wrockod at the Yellow Crock Coal Cos commissary Thirty loaded cars compofiod tho front section and coal and debris was plied In a mass 60 feet high Tho second section which followed at terrific speed jumped the track near tho Yollow Creek Cos commissary plunging through a row of miners cottages near tho track completely demolishing six houses and Irilllntr the throsmonthsold child of U 8 Moors a miner Several other occupants of the houses worn badly bruised Two miners who were hurt will probably die Engineer Hoover In charge of the runaway engine stuck to his post to control his engine make the bottom of the grade without acct dent and run away from the section following Ho was taken from the engine a few moments after the wreck occurred and ho died while bollll brought to the hospital hors Mali cal attention was sent front hero on a special train and several of tho In jured ware brought hero and placed In tho Epworth hospital The scene of the wreck presents n terrible appear once For 200 yards the track and grade Is torn to pieces and ton after ton of coal Is mixed with the wreck age NEWS OF CAMP LIFE The SoldIers at Camp Yetstr All Out Perfect In Drill Paducab Ky Aug la DntUHon drills and ofllotrs guard mount were Inaugurated at Camp Yelser by order of Gen Haley The privates of the Hot regiment hate reached a point near perfection at Board mount so the oQlcers will also be exerciatd In this feature of the dally routine No Imt tallon drills had been held until Tuesday morning Coy Deckham his staff and guoMa will review the First regi ment Thursday and remain until Mon day to review the Third Two bade will be given during his visit Oftpt Langmlni Tuesday left with his de tachment for RuMeUvtlto Prize In Unltah Land Lottery Bawling Green Ky Aug fIJaI-D South son of Dr J F South of this oUT was one of tho lucky ones In Ute drawing of government Winds In Unl tab Ho Moured a piece of property worth it la said between 7000 and J 10000 South is In the regular army and Ii now located at Fort Sill Okte Caught the Expletive Compton Ky Aug 23Just as the nitroglycerine shot was lowered Into well No 1 In the Adam Creech form It began to flow with gas sad oil The shooter S C Harris Moat at the mouth and caught the shot as It ClaiM out which undoubtedly saved the lives of many bystanders Dead at the Age of 105 Sadlevlllo Ky Aug 33Merrlft Locust colored of this vicinity died aged 105 years He was the outset person In Scott county or perhaps In tho state He was married three times was the father of 30 children the last being born when ho was 93 dears old Cut His Throat Wllllamsburff Ky Aug 23Elltha Jones who was arrested on a charge of arson preferred by Marion McKee who alleges that Jonos set fire to and destroyed a block of four building committed suicide hero by cutting his throat with a razor New Kentucky Postmasters Washington Aug 23 PostmMtors hare boon appointed for Kentucky an follows Cullen Union county Luoln da E Potts vice James R Williams resigned Shannon Mason county Al Ion H rather vloo C S Clary ro signed ExJudge A J Auxier Dead Pikevlllo Ky Aug 23A J Aux ler former circuit judgo of the 24th district died hero of fever Ho was prominent In republican politics and served as United States marshal for Kentucky under President Arthur Badly Mangled By Cars Difroourvllle Ky Aug 2SJohn Cox vrns lllied by a train bore his body being badly mangled It is thought Cox was assaulted and rob bed and loft unconscious on the track He was a miner 20 years old Death From Inhaling Paris Green Nlcholosvlllo Ky Aug 23Hamlet Foster n farmer died suddenly while at work in his tobacco Hold lilt death was caused by inhaling tho turnea of parts green with 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