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HHHHHHH 1 11 1+tfIltr4 BEREA PUBLISHING COL E TUPPER Manager Enrd of lit Pod offikraf Brrea Kvnlitcond dart ntalt matter Ii1+ItIHHIH11111HII +1 IVOL VII11vo cents a copy I IDEAS Faith does not fatten on fog Religion by compulsion results in repulsion It is easy to call our impulses His limiiirntlotiDlligoncd has a daughter whom wo call Good Iuok1I To have n homo a man must build it himself Forty houses in a row all alike nru not homes at all If thoro in a bettor way to help the masses thou by going IllIiltJrlholltyour work and Hotting pie I Fare not yet seen it Then in a great difference bcLwIonl education and schooling 4 Education dmwH out and develops native en pacity schooling only puts another IIIUUH thoughts into ono an water I- RpOIlIlllltlto a barrel IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Villiniii Travorn Jerome District Attorney for Now York City has just nullan aniionnc inent to the eiti zeiis of Now York that ho would like to hit 10 elected to the attorneynhi hilt that ho prefers to run for office as an independent candidate under no obligation for hin noininutioti or election to nay twrty Beach ue And strange to say it looks as though he would IIP reelected IB thiN u sign of what Is conning mno time Mayor Wwivor of Philadelphia the man who elected by tho gdng legs forced by the people to lx cono a reformer hUll not NloppMr1with the defeat of the gas ring Ho huts been investigating tho voting lists of tho city lie found 117 10 illegal names on the voting list in the find investl gallon but ho wax not satisfied anti nrdtml another investigation inado The lied report shows that tho city had 00038 names on tho voting list that hud no right there Addlcks Ilia bow and wouldbo senator of Doluwiire has withdrawn from politics it IB said Thu reason seems to Ixi that ho has no more moony to oxjxtnd In buying otlll1 Although ono feels pefisimiHtlo when ho thinks how Addickn taught mon like mtlle for years in the hue lion state this feeling JNISMM whoa he thinks that there wore men enough both Republicans and Democrats In the state whum ho could nut buy to kwp him out of the Minute and so lit ftsit his plunn ngnlnKt1CI11Ilimn Agricultural Dup urtmeut at Washington on n charge of conspir lies to defraud tho government Frederick A IVckhum and Moses HUSH of New York City have also IMHMI arrtwtod in connection with tho name matter The jteiudty for this offense in n fine of from ono to ton thousand dollars mid imprisonment for not more than two years The Court of Innniry into the Bon nindon disaster Imam brought in nI verdict against Ensign Wade declar lug that the accident was duo to care IcsKiiosH on his part It is claimed biMr Wades friends that ho was trusted with duties that should have devolved upou mi officer of much greater experience and that the work demanded of this young officer was properlyIternment but of tho American people to put more work on a man than ho can do and then hold him responsible for accidents rFROM THE WIDE WORLD Time Norwegian national council has ratified the adieu of tho jxoplo in voting for separation from Sweden and it now looks as though tho ques lion of terms would he loft to arbi utrntion Doth governments are anx ious to terminate the muller as early ax possible Tho Japanese have raised tho Rim Minn vessels sunk in time harbor of Port Arthur They include several battleships a cruiser anti Humorous less im orlant craft These are nil in such condition that they cant ndily bo put into autivo service at the Japanese ship yards Time sympathy of time world seems tole with Japan iu tho present state of tho negotiations for pence There was n question whether Russia could with safety to herself jjivo up Sak ofNuu op purchase back tho northern half nnd refusing she line lost tho sympathy holplcHsncBshroll only Sakhalin but a portion of east urn Siberia as well sumo hits only her senseless prido to blumo Heartrending reports continue to reach tho provincial authorities from tho outlying faminostrickoii dill tricts of Spain Time territory most I Gtricken forms n circlo embracing ulIIIIConlou THE CITIZENMADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 81 1905 I JKMNT s1ilTeir i vii 1 I iii BEREA COLLEGE Opens September 13th Large Numbers of Ambitious Young People Coming from III the Coun tin of Eastern Kentucky Be On Time Anybody who about it will greatdualfirst day and gut into time front rank If you wish time best room come at tho beginning If you want a chanco to earn money IM on hand tho first day If you intend to do well your studies do not miss the first InI son Be on tlmo The Fall Term The Best This is best time of tho year to study work is fairly and thoro is no reason hOU should not put in these beautiful fall days in profitable PRCIIDCNT W O Fnorr study Those who put off going to school until tho winter term arc merely negligent They caw give no reason for inisnlng tho fall term Every old student will you that it Is n great advantage to begin at the beginning of tho year Many things may happen to hinder your coming in tho winter and at any youlostgot again Berea offers more than ever We cannot puke tho space to toll all good things which Berca offers to her students this year For one thing wo shall have water to drink from tho mountain springs five miles piHtWeyoung men and young women Now arrangements for IIt01Imcook lug are at largo expense placed in mny11aveever New books in the Library new maps charts apparatus and other illustrative material of the highest value have been provided this simmor Tho student who comes to Boron gets tho best of everything It costs no more to attend the heat school time to attend one which is less well egaipp el The Carnegie Library BEREA Summer scientific Is Hearing completion and is a building of tho greatest beauty Just to pass door and look at time stoite will be- n blessing And on tho inside are tho looks and papers which bring you near to time great thinkers of the world The New Chapel thinks realize tho over tell time the carved Costing over 10000 and built by students whom Boron trained in briclc making and bricklaying carpentry etc will ho occupied during time fall term To sit in that Chapel join In its music and worship and be ono of tho great company of aspiring men and women who are children of Baron is tho blessing of a lifetime Education In Reach A Fair Chance For Everyone No enterprising and ambitious young man or young woman need lose an education because of the rxjKMme Expenses are of three kinds Wet jwrnonaluxpuusos like clothing washing postage etc Sown lit ing OXInRosboflrllmnu lights and rcimm her that wo should have all Ih8MI timings to provide for oven we stayed at home Your board may cost a little more nt school but oxpumissPlainIt need not cost you more tint to dress comfortably at home And third there are the reel schooluxpeuscslime monoy which you pay to time Institution Tuition or instruction i frN The services of all Beroqs toachora are offered to tho students KM a free rAnturn to help pay tho expense of jan lihrRtj1hinstruction The incidental fee is 7s tNIII in the Collegiate Ill prttl1bt SO in the Academy and Fourth Yir Normal fin the Normal end Applied Science end Gnunmar schools and il in thr Intermedinte and Primary ncltonlx thelrightemitISO of the library admission t regular Monday lectures flame in strnction and tllelm of the h pital sad physician if sick ox statil in the catalog looks are furnished free of charge in tho Model Schools including tl P Grammar school Those in advanced claa os will wish to keepmost of their books They can hilly them very cheaply in Berea and sometimes runt n secondhand book From 2 to 1 should be allowed for books pertormLiving Expenses Board and Room Table hoard is 185 per week payable ono month five weeks in advance This mucous plain sub I StcMTARV W C GAMBLE A Htnntinl hoard Coffee and other extras cost n little moro Room rent for the lull term is 5110 for each person payable in advance This gives you a furnished room with fuel nnd mad tho wanning of the betiding and towels Besides this thoro is u dupcuit of 1 which is made by every student when he enters school This 1 is returned when time student loaves school provided ho returns his key and any books which the Institution has lent him amid has done no damage to any College properties Terms of Payment The first day therefore one must pay his General Deposit Incidental Fee room rent and a months hoard The DDth day ho pays anothor months board and the 70th diy mother months board Leaving out of account what thoI student pays for his books and for his washing the total expense will be as follows For a Normal or Grammar School student fall term of fourteen weeks 2950 1835 time first day 075 the 35th day and 540 the 70th day IFor an Aeademiiyor Fourth Year- N nii 1 sltulfiit 1 timers on tho first tatI u a Collegiate studiit Sa inoro uu the tint day pugmihsllolowItL no espouse This in getting an education for n ert small sum The sulti of a big call or a few lugs or noiiio tun bark will provide a term of schooling i which may change cues whole lIfo Chance to Earn Berea intends to hero all the work of the school done by shutouts and lo provide an much work as possible oorJbJIIUIltWirn money by domestic labor at time Retarding Hall timid in time laundry byIon or I UK hIM Applications for work TntAtunto T J OSOORNE I sltonld IJI flit nt once t the Secre tary Mr Will C Gamble Pay for work done for the College is made nppliedillbennlamid College dues Oome to Berea nUll lx sure of peoplefromgroup of teachers every one of whom will1x1 n frieed h- An Opportunity Bores College otters you an op ortnnity I speak from exi erieiicc and this is time Kind of experience j which I have hind I Sport two sincehaverailed forpinost colleges of tho state I would sjwmmIof the financial advantage but must of you who chance to wad this know that Boron will help you along that linn if there is any stamina in your backbone and if there is none it is time for you to gutbuoyYou want an education that will devulope those faculties which will make of yon a man You can got micli an education at Boron You on n timid thu courso and tho dunce which you went to enter The students are sociable and al youTho not I iu youYou an ambi I iou to do something for humanity and your life is a failure if you have not tlllltomhltioll In time class room and even on the miuuilyintelluetu11l strengthen and prepare you for the nhmIJheOIl toImngIlIi who immure howl away 0111I short timo Tho writer will return and bo with those who mater time first term W II HASBY i A Family Newspaper i I Eight Pages j rt N H I II I IN I looJHHInIH- One dollar a year NO 11 + r o J 4RWtAkY w M pRttG CwCMiROtTTtA + ilwin qttIQI JJ CAPITAt 5URrLUSU ooo t1Q July 27 1905 BAGIOLD SHOT IANfireproof nor buglar fireproof vault and our abaoluto burglarproof timelock cafe are at YOUR aervice free Small Ilargert watch it grow We want to help save your money Come in and yout talk it over Youra truly r t rCaehier 4 ++0 + H e + II Youre Invited To pay our store a lengthy call that you slay inspect tho llIItuckyIhuingIGRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS- We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail I To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Doming Lowest Prices nnd Judges of Quality will all testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I I Our Big 4 IOLIVEREverybody saves money by trading a- tWELCH5SI I 000000000000000500800080000oe08o 0 lOur Special Sale I o 0 i Closed Thursday night We have been very busy this week opening iupFall Goods that came in during i the fifteen day sale and we areo 0 now prepared to show you o 0J o 0 i Many New Styles in o oc 0 i Ladies and Mens Fine Shoes i o o i For Fall 00 0 0- o I 0- o Give us a call 0- o s The NEW CASH STORE i- o 0 C C RHODUS Proprietor o a ooooooooooooooooooooooeoool A PORTRAIT Hts nolhlng much to look at when you sea him hero In town His coats not In the fashionIts a but ternutty brown Hli trousers bag unseemly and they readymade were bought fie doesnt wear a necktie as all well dressed people ought His hair li somewhat Jagged In the matter of Its trim And wild barbaric whiskers are good enough for him I know you would not think It It Is hard to understand But back In Jlmson county hes a power In the land To seem him In the city almost any one would say That he in common parlance was a typ Jral old jay Theyd jeer at his umbrella and his old wool widebrimmed bat The carpetbag ho carries they would have their fling at that His speech would quite amuse them with Its funny rural twang Theyd smile to see him rubber as they call It In their slabg The trouble Is lies treading on an un familiar ground But back In Jlmson county why he makes them stand around Yes way back there In Jlmson youd ap preciate his rank He owns the elevator his judgment runs the bank lies chairman of the ointy board and when they celebrate The Fourth or almost anything his speech Is simply great A citizen of prominence hes always In the lead They dont laugh at his whiskers there In Jlmson no Indeed Hes not much In the city where he looks- a trifle green But back In Jlmson oounty he runs the whole machine Chicago Dally News Dri and I I By IRVINO BACHELIER Author tl Eben HeWen Dtrral el the Blessed hies Etc L R lOopjrlght MOt t 7 Lotbrcp Publishing Oompn j CHAPTER III Wo left the logs and walked to Cornwall and took a sloop down the river It was an American boat bound for Quebec with pipestaves It had put In at Cornwall when the storm began The captain said that the other sections of our raft had passed safely In the dusk of the early evening a British schooner brought us to Wonder what that means said the skipper straining his eyes in the duskA small boat with three officers came alongside They climbed aboard one of them carrying a lantern They were armed with swords and pistols We sat In silence around the cockpit They scanned each of us carefully In the light of the lantern It struck me as odd they should look so closely at our hands Wha d ye want the skipper de mended This maa said one of them point lag to DrL lIes a British sailor We arrest him He got no farther Drls hand had gone out like the paw of a painter and sent him across the cockpit Be fore I knew what was up I saw the lank body of Drl leaping backward Into the river I heard a splash and a stroke of his long arms and then all was still I knew he was swim ming under water to get away The officers made for their boat My blood was up and I sprang at the last of them giving him a hard shove as he was climbing over so that he fell on the boat upsetting it They had busi ness enough then for a little and began hailing for help I knew I had done a foolish thing and ran forward climbing out upon the bowsprit and off with my coat and vest and dived Into the dark water I swam under as long as I could hold my breath and then came up quietly turning on my back In the quick current and float ing so my face only was abovo water It had grown dark and I could see nothing but the glimmer of tho stars above mo My boots were heavy and dragged hard I was going fast with the swift water for at first I had heard a great hubbub on tha schooner but now its voices had grown faint Other sounds were filling my earAfter dark It Is wlord business to be swimming In strange waterthe throne of mystery of a thousand terrors It Is as if ones grave full of tho blackness of the undiscovered country were pursuing him and ever yawning beneath his body And that big river Is tile very tiger of waters now stealing on pussyfooted now rushing with cat like swiftness hissing and striking with currents that have In them mighty sinews I was now companion of those coldmouthed monsters of the the river bottom many of which I had seen What It one should lay hold on me and drag me under Then I thought of the rapids that might smother me with their spray or dash ma to hidden rocks Often I lifted my i ears marvelling at the many voices of the river Sometimes I thought I beard a roaring pike that of the Sault but it was only a ripple growing into fleecy waves that rocked me as in a cradle The many sounds were above below and beside me some weird and hollow and unearthly I could hear the rocks rolling over In their sleep on the bottom and when the water was still a sound like tho cropping of lilypads away oft on the river mar q gin Tho bellowIng of a cow terri soundIgu s Might Arum when a peal of far thunder beat upon It I put out my bands to take a stroke or two as I lay on my back and felt something floating in tho water The feel of it filled me with horror I swam faster It was at my heels I knew full wen mobil my hand had toucheda human head floating face downward I could feel tho hair in my fingers I turned and swam hard but it still followed me My knees hit upon it and then my feet Again and again I could feel It when I klckod Its hand seemed to bo clutching my trousers I thought I should never get clear of tho ghastly thing I remember wonder Ing It It wore the body of poor DrL I turned aside swimming another way and then I felt it no marcIIn tho dead of the suddenly a kind of throbbing In the breast of the river It grew to a noisy heartbeat as I listened Again and again I heard it striking plashing light a footfall and coming neater Somehow I got the notion of a giant like those of whom my mother had told mo long ago striding In tht deep river I could hear his boots dripping as he lifted them I got an odd fear that he would step on mo Then I heard music and lifted my ears above water It was a voice singing in the distanceit must havo bron a mite offand what I had taken for a near footfall shrank away I knew now that It was the beat of oars in some far bay A long time after I ceased to hear It something touched my shoulder and put me in a panic Turning over 1 got n big mouthful of water Then I saw It was a gang of logs passing me and quickly caught one Now to me tho top side of a log was as easy and familiar as a rocking chair In a moment I was sitting comfortably on my captive A bit of rubbish like that tho wind had sown trailed aftor the gang of logs I felt It over finding a straw hat and a piece of board some threo feet long with which latter I paddled vigorously It must have been long past mid night when I came to an Island loom ing in the dark ahead I sculled for it stranding on a rocky beach and alighted hauling the log ashore The moon camo out as I stood wringing my trouser legs I saw the Island rose high and narrow and was thickly wooded I remember saying something to myself when I heard a quick stir in the bushes near me Looking up I saw n tall figure Then came a fa miliar voice Thet you Ray Judas Priest I was filled with joy at the sight of Drl and put my arms about him I PADDLED VIGOROUSLY and lifted him off his feet and faith I know my eyes wore as wet as my trousers Then as we sat down I told him how I had taken to the river Lucky yo done IU said he Jer ushy Jane It Is terrible lucky Theyd a tuk yo sartln Somebody see thot Jack on tho back o my hand there n Cornwall n put em after me But I was bound n determined theyd never tek me alive never Ef I ever dew any flghtin t alnt agoln t be for England nut by a side o soleleather I med up my mind Id begin the war right then an there That fellow never knew what hit him I remarked He did nt get up for half a minute Must a swatted im powerful said Dri as he felt his knuckles Goldum ther picture Go n try t yank a man right off a boat like thet air when they hairs no right t tech Im Et Ida hed 01 Beeswax some on cmda got hurt How did you get here I inquired Swum said he Could nt go no wheres else Current fetched me here Splits ot the head o the Islandboun- ter land ye right here Got t bo mov in Theyll be cfter us mebbos tho fust place they d look A few logs wero stranded on tho stony point of the island We wlthed three others to mine setting sail with two bits of driftwood for paddles We pulled for the south shore but the current carried us rapidly downriver In a bay some two miles below we found to our joy the two sections of the big raft undergoing repairs At daybreak Drl put off In the woods for homeDont like the Idea o goin Int tho British navy said he D ruther chop wood n ketch bears over n St Lawrence county Goodby Ray Tek care o yerself Those were the last words he said to me and soon I was on the raft again floating toward the great city of my dreams I had a mighty fear the schooner would overhaul us but saw nothing more of her I got new clothes in Montreal presenting myself In good repair They gavo me hearty welcome those good friends of my mother and I spent a full tear In the college al though to be frank I was near bola= n sent hone core than once for sighting and other deviltry It was midsummer when I came back again I traveled up tho river road pout our island refugo of that dark night past tho sweeping lowvoiced currents that boro mo up past tho scene of our wreck In tho whirlwind past the great gap in the woods to stand open God knows how long I was glad to turn my face to tho south shore for in Canada there was now a ccld welcome for most Yankees and my fists were sore with resenting tile bitter taunt I crossed In a boat from Iroquois and Dri led been waiting for me half a day at the landing I was never so glad to seo a nnnever but once Walking home I saw corn growing where tho forest had been acres of It Drl said I In amazement how did you ever do it Theres ten years work hone God helped us said he soberly Tho trees went over n tho windfall slammed em down luk tenpins for a mild er more an we Jes burnt up tho rubbish CHAPTER IV April was near Its end The hills were turning green albeit we could Bic here and there on the high ledge above us little patches of snowthe fading footprints of winter Day and night wo could hoar tho wings of the wild fowl roaring in the upper alf as they flow northward Summer was comingthe summer of 1812 and tho war with the British Tho president had called for a hundred thousand vol unteers to go into training for battle He had also proclaimed there would be no more whipping in the ranks Then my father told me that slnco I could have no peace at homo I should bo off to the war and done with It We were working near tho roaq that day Thurst Mlles came gallop Ing out of the woods waving his cap at us Wo ran to meet him my father and I and tho children He pulled up a moment his horso lathered to the ears- Injuns he shouted Git out o here quick n nick fen the Corners I Yell be all massacreed of ye dont Then he whacked tho wet flank of his horse with a worn beech bough and off he went Wo ran to the house In a great panic I shall never forgot the crying of the children Indians bad long been the favorite bugbear of the border country Many a winters evening we had sat in the firelight fearfaced as my father told of the slaughter in Cherry Valley and with the certainty of war we all looked for the rod hordes of Canada to come in paint and feathers Ray my father called to me as be ran ketch tho cow quick an bring er long I caught her by the horn and brought ter to the door quickly Mother was some etothee In a big bundle throng mo with a feather bed in his arms He threw it over the back of the cow and bound It on with a bed cord That done he save me the lead I grope to tie about her horn The hoofs of the flying horse were hardly out of hearing when we were all in the road My mother carried the baby and my father his sword and rifle and one of the little ones I took the three older children and set them on the feather bed that was bound to the back of the cow They clung to the bedcord their hair flying as the old cow ran to keep up with us for at first we were all running In a moment we could hear the voices of people coming behind One of the women was weep- Ing loudly as she ran At the first crossroad we saw ArT Law and his family coming In as great a hurry as we Arv had a great pikepole In his hand Its upper end rose 20 feet above his headWhat ye gain t dew with that my father asked him Cola t run It through the fust In jun I see said he I ve broke the lock o my gun There was a crowd at Jerusalem Four Corners when we got there Every moment some family was arriv ing in a panic tho men like my fa ther with guns and babies and baskets The women with the young took refuge at once in the tavern while tho men surrounded it Inside the line were youths some oddly armed with slings or clubs or crossguns I had only the sword my father gavo me and a mighty longing to use it Arv Law rested an end of his pikepole and stood looking anxiously for red devils among tbs stumps of tho far ther clearing An old flintlock on the shoulder of a man beside him had a barrel half as long as the pole Da vid Church was equipped with ax and gun that stood at rest on either side of himEvening came and no sign of In dians While It was growing dusk I borrowed a pall of the Innkeeper and milked the cow and brought tho pall heaped with froth to my mother who passed brimming cups of milk among the children As night fell we boys wore daring than our fathers crept to the edge of the timber and set tho big brushheaps afire and scurried back with tho fear of redmen at our heels The men wero now sitting in easy atUtudes and had begun to talk Dont blieve thero s no Injuns cornln said Bill Foster Ef they wus theyd come Cordln f my observation said ArT Law looking up at the sky In juns mos genally comes when they glt ready An t aint when yen ready t bev em nuther said Lon Butterfleld- Blieve they come up n pocked o tho bushes n see Arv with the- air pikepole n med up their mind- they hednt better run up agln It said Bill Foster Scalrt emthets whuts th matter Man et meks light o this polo oujuter her t carry it said Arr BI he sat Impassively rtitici it upon his kneeOne thin a sure said Foster et Arv shud cult an Injun with thet air hell sqush Im Squah Iml said Any with a look of disgust Taint mod f sqush with I callata t plnt It at emn Jab end so as tho evening wore uwaj and sleep hushed tho timid a better feeling camo over us I sat by host Merriman on the stops and wo had no thought of Indians I was looking Into her big hazel eyes shining In the firelight and thinking how beautiful she was And she too was look- Ing Into my eyes whllo we whispered together and tho sly minx read my thoughts I know by tho look of her Great flames were nqw leaping high as tho timbertops at the edge of the clearing A dead spruce caught fire as we were looking The flamu throw over it a lacy shimmering crackling net of gold Then suddenly it burst into a red leaping tower A few moments and the cavern of tho woods along the timber sldo was choked with tire Tho little hamlet bad become a spring of light In tho darkness Wo could seo tho stumps and houses far afield as If it had been noonday Suddenly we all jumped to our feet A wild yell tame echoing through the woods There they bol said Asher East man as ho cocked his gun I tol ye jo As a matter of fact ho bad told us nothing of the kind lie was tho one man who had said nothing Arv Law stood erect his pikepole poised in both bands and wo wero all reedy for action We could hear the rattle of many hoofs on the road Ai soon ns tho column showed In tho fire light Bill Foster up with his muji ket and pulled the trigger I could bear the shot scatter on stump and stone Every man bad his gun to his eye Walt till they come nearer said Asher Eastman The Indians had halted Far behind them wo could hear the wild hallooing ot many voices In a moment we could see those on hasebaek go Ralloptag off In the direction whence they had come Back In the house a number of the women wero praying My mother camo out her face whiter than I had ever seen It before and walked to my father and kissed him without ever saying a word Then she wet beck Into tho housr- Scalrt I inquired turning to Rose who now stood beside me I should think I was she whispered Im all of a tremble If anything happen Id llkt something to rememoer you by What she whispered I looked at her beautiful red Up Sbe had never let me kite them A kiss if nothing more I an sweredShe gave me a kles then that told me something of what was in her heart and went away Into the boose Coin t surround us wild r- Lawtbet a what a th matter Ales be ready t nests em any minute Mid AtJw Itaatman as he sidled over to a little group A young own earns oat of the bones and took his place in line with a till squirtgun and a pall of iteamlnghot water To Be Continued THE WHITE MANS BURDEN lie Not Only Carrie It at the Otgeor bat Slut Iujr It Around lit Hump He had won his Ethel after a pro tracted courtship and now although he was filled with a sense of delighted security he thought It wise to ask one or two questions relates an ex changeI sure you are not tho sort of girl who would tell of domestic trou bles before a man had eaten his din ner he said with confidence but a rising inflection No indeed said Ethel And when I seem a little ruffled of worried youd be the very one to say soothing things Now wouldnt your proceeded Henry Certainly I should said Ethel and youd like to do It too I know Do what asked Henry with a sudden fall to earth The soothing and comforting end putting me in good humor when the cook had been called to her aunts funeral for the third time and your business friends were coming to dinner said Ethel gently Yees of course I should try to faltered Henry And when youd been bored at the office with your cousins from the country youd never speak of It till dinner was all over would you dear Henry said the trusting Ethel I know tho sort of man you aro whoa wants to carry his share of the bur dens dont III hope you do said Henry la a disheartened tone Let us speak of the new magazines Ethel and why not go out on the piazza whore It ta cooler I1U Disgruntled View Oh exclaimed gushing Miss Flut torby Im told that the Chinese buy their wives Thats a horrible system isnt It- Should say so growled Uncle Goshall Hemlock Its bad enough to have trubbel shoved onto ye without bavin to pay out good money for It Philadelphia Press What lie Said atHansoms yeaa wondered how soon I would be married to him No not how soon but httfj less FhltadeliMi Press A MARINE TELESCOPE Device Which Any Boy Can Make and Which Will Helj Him to See Below Water There are many uses to which a marine telescope may be put when you are afloat and It Is especially useful In ascertaining tho stato of the water and its depth In fishing not to men lion the wonderful things you aro like ly to discover below tho surface Tho materials required are very situ pIe consisting of a few feet of thin board a small oblong piece of glass tome wlro nails and a piece of sealing wax Tho glass may be three by four Inches or larger Saw from quarterInch boards four pieces of the Same length iO inches IIBOX II II 11 GLASS IIBMD SHOWING CONSTRUCTION AND U8K I OK TBLKtCUlU two each of widths to correspond with Jlmetwlons of Ut glees Pig 1 Nail these together Into the box shown open it both ends Lay Use piece of glass aver one end awl fasten securely In jlaeo with plM driven Into the wood ind twtoted over Pig 2 Large leaded tacks may bo used Instead if leslred the tacks being driven In the wood and their aeada overlapping the Glue edges thus aoMlog the glow In place Then make the glaaa end wafer tight bf clofflBg up all seams with the sealing wax When la UM sets the Cfetaago later Ocean the glow owl la placed In tbe water whtt you took town through the open mil The light 4s thus Iliut- out from all parts except that which most eowe throw UM glue end an lea BT two under water The water telescope to lag tnnjh for yes to alt comfortably la UM beat sad still watah the world wider water at the gage Urns LOST THEIR LUCK Why a Geed Many People Pail to Realize SueeasThings- Young Man to Avoid In dawdling In indecision At the racetrack In poor judgment In worn and fretting In magnifying difficulties In a bad business location In trusting unworthy people In trying to get rich quickly In letting their ambition oool In ovdrsangulno expectations At the end of a fishing rod In not daring to take chances At cheap demoralizing shows In not mastering their moods In getting Into tho wrong placo In making a business of pleasure In not qulto knowing their business In waiting for something to turn up It wont down In drink and up in smokeIn to take short outs to success In working only when they felt like It In sot working to a plan or pro grammeIn tholr personal appear anqo In looking on tho dark sldo of everything In overconfidence born of a first easy victoryIn a silly extravagant girl for a wife Orison Swett Harden In Success Magazine TAKE CARE OF YOUR DOG Simple Ways In Which You Can Pro vide Comfort for Your De voted Friend I f Keep a dish of fresh water when your dog can get at It at night or by day Dogs need to drink often says Our Fourfooted Friends and many of the diseases of dogs are caused by the need of fresh water If you keep your dog in a kennel seo that it is raised at lout six Inches from tho ground A damp kennel causes rheumatism When a dog Is getting old and ins firm do not allow him out on the street alone An old dog lostand bewildered Is a pltltulslght Do not keep a dog chained it will make him stupid sullen or vicious and is a cruelty to such an active ani mal House dogs should be exercised twice a da- Do not let your dog follow your bi ftyclo or automobile unless you wish him to bavo fits or drop with cabana lion ud heat Detroit Free Press KATRINAS SURPRISE How She and Her Mother Had a Good Time Though They Didnt Go to the Picnic Wo cant go to tho picnic Rosy said Katrlna ruefully to lion doll Slater Noll wont tako us cause sho f aid sho dldut want to bo bothered with kids Sister Nolls got a bo Afbo Is a young man with kid on an ho takes hor to rldo In a buggy an you wear your best hat with tho rosos on an your stlffnowost muslin drossWhen ho comes to call you set In tho front parlor an those nights you dont have to wash the dishes an you hurry upstairs tho minute youvo ot your jam and cako sort youll have tlmo to curl your hair toro ho guts lore I like It Rosy when Sister Noll has a bo cause mother lots mo sqrrpo tho jam dish an I have a llttlo pan of soapsuds an wash thcs Suitor dish os sost I wont bo running in tho parlor an bothorln That causa Sitter Nell she said Mother I wish youd keep Katrlna out of tho pallor whoa Jack calls Sho hears ovor thing an next day I hear her saym en over to her old doll HI do tell you ROIlY sense youre my beat friend next to mother an you understand me awful well Jack used to be a very aloe bo an ke used to take me In Ma bugny nn tot me hold the reins while ha was waiting for Sister Nell to fled her coral pin Last year he brought mo some real nreornokers on the fourth but they re gaged now an 1 RUMS hes forgotten about toe I ought bo was Roln to take me to UM paints an mother she said she vyoatd auk him to leave me with Mrs rrUbut slater Nell she put her torn right down on me an so I got to stay home You see mother Jd jellyln currants and tBlnm an tbejr UWnt jell or BOttcOtlR an shes getter do am over so tile cant take me nn Ib fearful dhplntel- Katrina tOM dejectedly from tho front porch tueked Roy under her arm and went around to tho kitchen where mother was dipping the clear red liquid into the tumblers Mother Ilk you have a bo to take you to p entea T Yes Katrina your dear father used to take mo Like Jaek does NelL Meat the some dearie Mother sighed We mutt try la make each otter happy little girl All right soother What oMkl I do to make you happy Ill tell you Katrina Lets think of a nrNlee for each other to oele brute the day I tout know flan I sprteo you soother You know everthlnr Wen you try Now run away art Jont OM tilt I oatl you to taswfc Katrina trotted off w wlring what she could do to aprtcxT aotber SilK WAS A FUNNY IICTUIUI- Soon after hor merry laugh came rip pling out of tho garret window Then all was quiet for half an hour when mother oallod Katrlnal Lunch When Katrina oamo she uttered along 01 for mother had the lunch spread on tbo grass under the apple tree And mother said tho same kind of an Ol when she saw Katrina for she had dressed herself In a quaint old bluo silk that sho found In groat grandmothers deerskin trunk With a wreath of rod paper rostm on her head she was a runny lltUo picture till she came trailing down the steps holding up her skirts with both bands Im Mrs Liberty mother she cried In glee An that isnt all of tho eprlso Theya moro In a bag In mylapThin Isnt nil of my surprise olther said mother Theres a sec end course Tho tablecloth was mothers proto 1 tiest and thero wore tiny biscuits and warm maple sirup There woro sand wiches with ham In them and cookies and Katrina ato and ate Thou mother wont for tho second course Katrlna said a bigger 01 than over when she saw it- t Currant tarts O mother I just love cm t Now whats your other surprise little girl Fireworks said Katrina and she opened tho bag and showed a heap of old dried chestnuts Firecrackers and torpedoes never popped so merrily as did the chest nuts when laid on a shovelful of red coals Katrina said aa she sot the last ono on the shovel Its bettor than a real picnic mother an Id rather havo you than 40 bosDolton Globe Light for Thirsty Travelers Arizona desert has a lighthouse to guide travelers on the land It consists of a lantern placed on a tall cot tonwood polo and marks the only place for miles whero water can be found The light can be seen for along distance and this guides thirsty travelers U the water tboj need 1r u BLOODY WAR ENDS The Terms offence Were Settled By Mr Witlb Bud Baron Ko inlira ARE ARRANGING FOR ARMISTICE The Peace Treaty Is Expected to Bo Completed by the End of Tlili Week The Happy Conclutton of the Conference Was Sudden and Dramatic ID the Interest of Peace the Japanese Yielded Portsmouth N II Aug 30 The long and bloody war between Japan stud Hussla Is ended The terms of peace were settled by Mr Wltto nnd Baron Komuro at tho session of the conference Tuesday morning and In the afternoon preliminary arrange meats for on armistice wore conclud ed and the actual work of framing tho Ireaty of Portsmouth was by mu tual agreement turned over to Mr De Martens Uuaslas groat International lawyer and Mr Donnlson who for 25 yean boa acted aa the legal adviser of tho Japanoao foreign olllco- Tbo treaty Is exported to bo com pealed by the end of tho weok This happy concluilon of mho con ference which a week ago would havu boon ihlpwrcokod had It not been for the heroic Intercession of President Hoosevolt was sudden and dramatic for the sake of pooce Japan with the magnanimity of a victor at the last moment yielded everything still In it me Russia refused to budge from tbu ultimatum IJmperor Nicholas had given to President Hoosovolt tlinJiitfi Ambassador Meyer No Indemnity under any guise but an agreement to divide Sakhalin and reimburse Japan for tho maintenance of the Huitslan prisoner were his last word They had been repeatedly reiterated In Mr Wlttei Instructions and In tho form of a written reply to the Japanese com pramlio proposal of last Wednesday they wore delivered to Dawn Komura Tuoidar morning Wittei Ultimatum Mr Wltte went to the conference declaring ho was powerless to change the dot of an I or the cross of a t In his Instructions Emperor Nichols word had boon given not only to him but to President Roosevelt the head of a foreign state When Baron Komura therefore ant ousted tho now beats of compromise outlined In the dispatches Monday the complete renunciation of Indemnity coupled with a proposition for the redemption of SuklmHn at a price to be flied by a jnlxoJ tribunal consltlnj of representatives of the neutral pow an In fact If not In words the BO lutlon offered by the president Mr Witto again returned a non poselmue It wai what Mr Vltte termed in an Interview the Psychological moment Mr Wllto did not flinch Ho oxpecteJ a rupture and as he oxprescd It afterward be was stunned by what happened Harorj Komura gavo way on all the disputed points With the prescience that has enabled tho Japanese to iruago the mental processes of their adversaries on tho field of battle and upon the sea they bad reallied In ad vsnco that peace could be obtained In no other way They had warned their Kovernoment President nOON vmt had also It li bolloved advised Japan It was uottor to meot tho HUB Ilan IJOfIltloptban to take the respon Ilblllt continuing the war for the purpose of collecting tribute The mikado at the session of tho cabinet and elder statesmen Monday had sanc Honed the foal concession When Baron Komura yielded tbo rest was mere childs play- Articles 10 and 11 Articles 10 and 11 Interned war ihlpi and tho limitation of Russias sea porter In the far last wero withdrawn Japan agreed that only that portion or thu Chinese Eastern railroad south ot Chantfu the position occupied by Oyama should bo ceded to Japans Doth aides onco the deadlock was broken wanted a Just and lasting h peace and In that spirit It Will decided to prntlcally neutralize Sakhalin each country binding Itself not to fortify Its half of tho Island and Japan as suming an obligation not to fortify tho La Perouso strait between Sakhalin and Hokkaido which would bar HUB alas commercial route to tho Pacific The plenipotentiaries went further They decided to add a now clause In the nature of a broad provision for mutual commercial prlvllagos by which each country wit secure for tho other tbo benefit of tho most favored nation clause and tho open door The now treaty therefore will be a wonderfully friendly document of a character almost to ralso the suspl cion that the two countries havo not negotiated peace but havo concluded tho basis of a future alliance There Is however no evidence as rumored that any secret clauses ore to be appended to tho present treaty Felicitations Exchanged Before leaving tho conference build ing felicitations were exchanged with tbe president at Oyster Day Both Baron Komura and Mr Wltto tale graphed Tbo former confined himself to apprising Mr Roosevelt of the con ditions upon which poaco had boon concluded Mr Wltto frankly laid his tribute at the presidents toot In his message he said History will ascribe to you the glory and added tho expression oi Russias hearty appreciation ot the MrJpresidents generous Initiative Roosevelt replied with words of thanks and congratulations Then began the jubilation Mr Wit to and Daron De Rosen returned to the hotel for luncheon The Japanese had remained at tho conference hall to lunch with Mr Pelrce The news that peace had been concluded bad preceded tho Russian plenipotentiaries and such scenes of wild rejoicing have never before been witnessed In the state ot New Hampshire as greeted thorn upon their arrival at the hotel Mr Witte dazed at the sudden and happy termination of the conference was fairly overpowered by the tremen dous ovation he received Ho could only express his gratitude by the hands of everybody andshakingI sponse to tho volley of at him as to tho terms murmured Wo pay not a copeck and we get half of Sakhalin FRENCH NEWSPAPERSI Devote Lengthy Eulogistic Editorials To President Roosevelt Paris AUJ 30The French news papers Wednesday morning devoted lengthy and eulogistic editorials to President Roosevelt Tho president Is the hero of the hour Indeed little mention Is made of Emperor Nicholas The Matin says Roosevelt Is the great victor lie forced two belllger ents who wore strangling one another to meet on neutral grounds with tho j hIliHoughtive delegates of tho belligerent par nusjttlnncharging Ih6 trenches with his slouch i banlljklrchlllrgreat fetor of this battle of giants I The Petit Journal says All honor Is due to President Roosevelt As the promoter of this conference ho Is a benefactor to humanity- PORTSMOUTH CELEBRATED All the Bells and Steam Whistles Made a Din For Half An Hour Portsmouth N IL Aug 30cTho city of Portsmouth which is destined to become world famous aa the place where peace was concluded received I me news that peace was assured with a bunt of enthusiasm Mayor Marvin ordered every Dell In tbe town to ring for half an hour and suggested that UM steam whistles join In tho Jublla Ion The big ourfew bell on Market square pealed forth the first note for 4Ioeiockfrom every belfry ami as tho bolls otaitged this shriek of the steam while ties In the harbor swelled the volume of sound CONGRATULATORY MESSAGES They Poured In Upon the President From America and Europe Oyster Ray Aug 30 Throughout the tote afternoon and evening Tuesday inMMgca of congratulation poured In on the president from people both In America and Europe Tho great part he line played In the bring ing about of the success of tho confer oneo and In promoting the Interests of civilization Is recognized throughout the world as Is Indicated by the cordiality and wldo range covered by the congratulatory dispatches None of those messages was made public DOWAGER EMPRESS Is Preparing a Palace For Miss Alice Roosevelts Reception Poking Aug 30Mlal Alice Rooso volt and 30 Philippine excursionists with a party from Manila Including Gen CorbIn and wlfo and Adm Train will arrive here about September 12 bringing a now legation guard om cialdom IK greatly Interested In Miss Roosevelts visit The dowager empress Is preparing a palace for Miss Roosevelts reception and will Invite her to stop there as her guest What Berlin Thinks Berlin Aug 30JaIJan has won a great moral victory Russia a great dip lomatic ono and President Roosevelt has become tho first figure In Interna tional statesmanship that Is what BoF- fin thinks ot tho result of the Ports mouth conference Donation To a Hospital Portsmouth N II Aug SODaron Komura and Mr Taknhlra who last week attended a garden party at York Ma having probably ascertained that the party was organized partly for tbo benefit of tho York hospital gave f 1 000 to tho fund Congressman W A Smith I Berlin Aug 30 Congressman Wil liam Aldon Smith of Michigan one the American group ot delegates to orI Interparliamentary congress at cola received an Invitation from luii peror William to dlno with him Satur day night Starts For Manila Boston Aug 30MaJ Gen Leonard Wood and Mrs Wood left for Now York They will start for tho Philippines where Oen Wood wilt resume his command After a few days stop In London they will proceed directly to Manna I New Liner Launched Stettin Prussia Aug 30Tice nowI HamburgAmerican lino steamer crln Auguato Victoria was launched the German empress breaking a bottle ot champagne on her bow Emperor William and a largo following were present HHHHH H I II 1011 +1 HIII I The Farm SILAS CUBBVBR MASOH Editor I I 11 I I I H I I I I I I II The Horse for the Kentucky Mountains Tho founder of this deservedly famous family was bred by n school master named Justin Morgan loa ledI at or near Springfield Mass in and taken by Mr Morgan to Han dolph Vt when a colt He was known as the Justin Morgan horse nod alter the death of his owner as Justin Morgan tho horse hence the family name Ho was small compactly built muscular of perfect conformation color a beautiful dark with coalblack points delicate finopoiutedcurs and eyes full of in telligence Ho was an eager tireless roadster his trot being truo and frictionless his walk snappy and rapid in fact he could outtrot outwalk outrun outdraw and outstay any other horse of what ever size ever pitted against him His proud and lofty leafing nail free elastic step mado him of especial value under tho saddle and he loved to exhibit himself at fnirsand musters Many are the anecdotes of tho faith fulness intelligence docilityendur ance and speed of this horse nnd his descendants which aro told by those who love to hoop his memory green He died at 52 years without rn un soundness or blemish of any kind That ho should IMJ possessed of all these characteristics was his birth right us ho inherited the bluest of bluo blood front two long lines of illustrious ancestors tracing in direct male line to tho Uyerly Turk with certainly two crosses to the Godol phin mid on both sides he inherited from the Darley Arabian ills sons wore not large but wuro possessed of his characteristic gnat lies to n remarkuh10 degree while the third and Intor generations showed n consistent increase in size still retaining tho family hallmarks His son Sherman tat hands pro dueed Blank Hawk who hind ono son who stool 17 hands highand weighed 14 BO pounds Black Hawk was sire of Ethan Allen and grand sire of Daniel Lambert Donning Allen champion at Chicago Worlds Fair was grandson of Kthnn Allen mud Inbred Morgan Woodbury Morgan tan of Justin produced GifTord Morgan tho greatest show horso of his day His son Green Mountain Morgan Hi hands was slro of many large ones uotablo among which was Baltimore Morgan 10 hands MOO pounds sire of Joe Hannook said by John Hnrkuoss to IMS tho handsomest and best horse ho hod over seen excepting nono Wood bury also produced Tally Ho Mor gun 10 hands 1800 pounds from a daughter of the hackney Tally Ho From Morgan Tally Ho descended many of tho magnificent Vermont coach nnd carriage horses of the middle and latter half of the last century Tho family is also well represented in tho saddle horse reg ister and an examination of tho ped igrees of the test und fastest trotters and pacers proves that tho nevorsay dle element in the Morgan blood has loon at least no detriment to extreme speed Amendment to the State Constitution Tho text of tho proved amend ment to the state constitution was published few weeks ago barely in time to insure notion ut the November election Tho thoughtful eople of tho state should carefully consider the issue involved in tho acceptance or rejection of this amendment and see to it that it is not passed by neglect upon heir part The writer can woll remember the rejoicing over the passing of the not which substituted the Australian ballot for the old vivnvoco method of voting and line sought in vain for any valid reason for returning to the primitive system ofuarly days Some say that tho present method puts it into tho Mower of tho super visor practically to cast tho vote of all who aro unable to road or who say they are unable This is true in tho case of dishonest olllciula those that is who placo party success above their oath and manhood but will returning to tho vivnvoco vote remedy this l All who remember tho old mode of voting will also remember tho ring of vote buyers who surround ed the polls on election day and checked off tho votes of their mercenaries as a trader checks oft the cattle and sheep ho has bought an I SUPPORT I I SCOTTS EMULSION server u a bridge to carry the weakenedand starved system along until It tan findI firm support In ordinary food Stud for tree sample SCOTT BOWNE Chcmtiti 40941 Pearl Slrttt New York joe and fi 00 1 all druggkts they are turned into the feed lot Is it desirable to return to that l Honestly now is it not in order to make it easier to control tho vote of the mercenary and ignorant that this no called amendment is being pushed by the politicians now in Rower in true state l Why not come out boldly as one moro honest or more frank did in an interview with the writer and say This is intended to make it possible to the vote buyer to see if the vote ho has payed for is delivered l Is there any other real reason to bo urged why this amend ment should be adopted by the peo pie Going back to the vivavoce method of voting in Kentuckywill simply put back the hands of pro gress in the state twenty years and make its political methods even more the object of scorn and contempt than they are row t1+II+ ++1H1IiI It1ii 1 iBereaTeachers t Club LLLL LL AllDHDW ALL FOR C n IKWU lmrkIIt llTn I I I I I I I I QUESTIONS- A member asks for suggestions as to stopping whispering in school I thingsFirst of a good ideal in regards to personal rights Show that they are both im and unjust to their neighbors if they rather them by whispering and theyhaveothers and not bother them Second help them work up to their good ideals by always keeping their faces to the front Turning around in the seat is tho cause of a very great part of school room dis order and is n thing easily stopped Lot other teachers give ideas ou this subject What have you done to stop whispering Teachers Club Notes Miss Fannie Hatfield is teaching near her home at Maywood Lincoln county She and her sister Maud took the examination nt Stanford both doing themselves credit Our Secretary will not be in Berea this your as ho expects to even up some of his back work at tho Green up high school Wo will miss Mr Adams hid wish him success and hope to have him here again next year ppmmunioutions from members should all be soul to the President or the present W A Copo and Fannie Hatfield are two now names on 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a married man who stands up for you in the street car and It Is the married man who does all the thoughtlessoften becomes a Veritable model of amiability after he gets him a wife I suppose his wife has so drummed good manners into aim that he has to keep practicing all the time to keep in trim I believe business men have more respect for a married man too They succeed better In everything they do Why only the other day there was a baseball game between the married men and the single men Who won 7 The married men of course And you cant tell me their wives did not have something to do with It This esimato of the man with a groucn from an Ohio contemporary just about rings the bell The man who stands around on the street corner und complains about his town the county taxes and the weather is mighty common clay He is ofJib tie use to his family his country or his God But he seems to live and thrive in all kinds of weather and under all conditions ho is found at the crossroads store the village town and city Like the fly the mosquito and the chigger he is not fatal but he Is mighty disagreeable The friendship of the United States Is something which the whole world values nowadays Corea has sent a delegation to request the good omcea of our government In preserving the Integrity of their country and they presented a memorial to President Roosevelt to that effect It is of in terest in this connection as further showing how American Influence is affecting the curious old eastern empire that one of the envoys was edu cated in the United States while the other is a pastor at Honolulu The danger in life insurance agitation IB that some honestly disturbed folk will decide to have no more to do with the Insurers just as people alarmed by bank defaults have sometimes returned to the stocking and the chimney back as sate deposits Such a decision would be rashly foolish Life Insurance has been a boon to tho human race having intervened between widows or orphans and destitution having inculcated hab- Its of economy and having taught a lesson most neededthe value of the long look ahead At oclockon night of i August 14 the moon will enter the pea umbra In the language of the un i sophisticated this means that there will be a partial eclipse of the moon THIRTEEN DEATHS Largest Number on Any Day Since the Yellow Fever Began New Orleans Aug 28Report to 9 p m Sunday New cases 31 total to date 1743 deaths 13 total 255 now foci 12 total 402 remaining un der treatment 119 Now Orleans Aug 28Tho record shows tho smallest number of now cases slnco August 6 and the largeat number of death on any day since the fever made Its appearance The un usual number of deaths is attributed In a measure to the change In tho weather Saturday night being cool and pleasant In great contrast to tho weather of the preceding week Throo wellknown merchants are among the new cases Only two names that can be traced to Italian origin aro among the 31- Other reports from tho country areas follows Patterson no new cases and no deaths Amelia two now cases Bayou Bocuf one case Pecan Grove three cases and ono death Elizabeth plantation ono death Hanson City four new cases and one death St Pose two cases Port Barrow two cases Ninth Ward of Jefferson parish one case Lake Providence three cases Gulfport three cases Missy slppl City no new cases UNION PRINTERS ThirtySeven Shops Controlled By Chl cago Typothetate Will Go on Strike Chicago Aug 28Dooro the mid dIe of this week ovory union printer In the 37 shops controlled by tho Chicago Typothetao will bo on strike and before another week tho fight may bo extended to 12 of the principal cities of the middle west tho employers of which are organized with the Chicago Typothetao into a mlddlo west association This forms a part of the national body of master printers That the printers will put up a long and bitter fight against tho was foreshadowed Sunday TpothotaeI graphical Union Local No Brands hall and raised strike assessment from two to ton per cent I The union also decided to force the nghtlng by presenting at once tho demands for an olght hour agreement and an agreement for closed shops The raising of tho strike assessment means an addition of 8000 weekly to the defense fund and the printers say they can keep 900 men on the street without touching the 1000000 fund which the union says it Is ready to spend If necessary NEGRO LYNCHED He Was Charged With Robbery and AssaultI Newborn N C Aug 28 I Moore a negro 20 years old WM ta ken from Craven county jail in tbla city and lynched by a mob of 100 masked men armed with rifles and re l volversWith his bands tied behind him the negro was led out about a third of a mile from the Jail to the draw of Neuse river bridge hanged to one of Its braces and his body riddled with bulletsMoore entered the country George Eubanks at Clarks seven miles from Newborn last Friday when the proprietors wife was the only one in The negro attempted robbery andI struck Mrs Eubanks on the head I an axe fracturing bones and inflloUng injuries which if they do not prove fatal will at least cause not only disfigurement but lifelong suffering UNITED MINE WORKERS They Will Demand Recognition of the Union and An EightHour Day Tamagua Pa Aug IouJohn Mitch ell president of tho United MIne- Workers of America in tt speech at Manila park mado an unequivocal declaration that his organization will at the expiration of tho present wage agreement in April next demand roe ognition of the union and an eight hour day President Mitchell sold that ho hoped by that time he would be able to go before George F Baer president of the Philadelphia tit Read ing Co and pointing to 150000 men and boys who are employed In and about tho mines say We have fixed the price for our labor You can take it or leave it THE CHINESE BOYCOTT It Will Not End Until the Exclusion Act Ends Portland Ore Aug 28The boycott upon American goods In China will never end until the Chinese peo pie are admitted free into the United States or until the same discriminations are made against tho Inferior classes of other nations as those which wo make against tho coolies of ChinaThus the Chinese boycott situation was summed up by F F Tong who is at present In Portland on his way to Washington as a special envoy from tho emperor of China To Force the Elght Hour Issue Atlantic City N J Aug 28R meeting here of tho Now Jersey eight hour committee of tho International Typographical Union voted to tender its assistance to any labor bodice in the state contending for tho elghtnour working day Sir Michael HicksBeach New York Aug 28Slr Michael HicksBeach former chancellor of the exchequer of Great Britain with his wife and two daughters arrived hero on the Umbria and took the first train for Vancouver eo IN e nf tt m Vtt111te1tt ur LtiUCli att Dltintng HON J H RICHARDS IBy American Mining Control Should congress create a department of mines or mining coordinate with the department of agri culture All will agree that if such a department is nrccssary to enable our government to meet the full measure of its responsibility to the American people then such a department should be created otherwise- not In presenting my views of this important topic it is not a question with me as to what we owe to mining but rather what docs our government owe to the American people not merely in restraining them from injuring one another but in aiding them to help one another by a harmonious positive rather than a discordant negative course There arc at least four great departments in the industrial develop ment of our countrys resources viz Agriculture mining manufacturing and transportation that should be united in purpose from a govern mental standpoint With these departments harmonized by wise t ircq tion not by restraining evil tendencies merely but also by encouraging good tendencies there seems to be no limitation to Americas capacity to achieve and her people to enjoy- I believe the great mining industry can be uplifted and the Ameri can people thereby blessed by a mining department on as great a scale as the agriculture department Wily have a department rather than a bureau Because my con ception of the purpose of our government is to lay an industrial founda tion in this county broad enough to sustain the possible development of the combined material and intellectual possibilities of this nest favored land This cannot be done by the redtape of a bureau but only by the grasp of Americas greatest statesmen who atone are worthy of standing at the head of so great an opportunity This great responsibility should be pcrsided over by one nutl to through suggestion and cCccutionII believe as firmly a department of mining would bring to the prospector the forerunner lninrrnllformationsconvert them into a condition of usefulness that would return to the American people a far richer legacy titan the department of agriculture is bringing and will bring A now impetus and dignity would be given to mining through such a department and wltoktome elect of which would stimulate all industry Td alOdcl Womanijard to rind By MARGARET BATESON Mr W Do IleltlandJ I A queer may still be a career although it iaI without emolument Some of the most bril hint careers are in deed brilliant in pro portion to their expensiveness I make this reminder because women I know prefer a career that enables them to spend to one that occasions small outlay and I wish none the less to attract the attention of some of them to a career that is unfortunately without stipend- It is the career of the odd woman or if you will the extra lady at a dinner party Every dinner party has at least one odd woman and would often be the better of more if they were of the right quality but the usual company consists of a certain number of couples one odd woman and one odd man to match The odd woman is numerically plentiful But after studying the odd woman with closer attention I perceive that the really firstrate odd woman is quite as difficult to discover as the firstrate dressmaker or the firttrate secretary although in neither of the occupations just mentioned is there any stint of practition ers At present a dinner giver has usually in selecting an odd woman the choice between three varieties First there is the younggirl Therewill not be much to hope for in her case except looks pleasurable though that endowment is If there is a youth in the party she will be a help But she probably will havc no conversation and if there are only older people present there will be chronic dullness at her part of the table Her bright complexion and pretty smile will be liked especially at the begin ning of the evening but the fact that she is a nonconductor of ideas will become more and more tiresomely felt Secondly there is the elderly unmarried woman or widow A certain natural tendency to plain ness is emphasized by the wearing of slate gray satin with rather heavy black lace and family ornaments If she talks well these details are forgotten But it does not do to make sure of the extenuating circum stance The thirdtype of odd woman is the wife whose husband cannot come She is generally far better equipped for the social career of odd woman than either of those previously mentioned It may be added that if she were not she would probably nqt be asked It is then that the hostess asks herself whether the odd woman could not be stimulated to fill her part more adequately than she now is wont to do The ideal odd woman is so rare My own ideal is between 30 and 50nearer 30 if possible nearer 50 if it cannot be helped She may be a widow i I should prefer her to be a spinster from resolute choice She should be well dressed tall and since one may ask for anything on paper I would naturally have her handsome But I am much more insistent on her having a goodmanner The average odd wpman owes her worst failures to this insistent be lief that she is a nobody In this respect the odd man is the superior of the odd woman Knowing perhaps that costume gives him little sup port and that the cut of his coat interests nobody he is forced to try what his mental powers can do for him The odd woman and for the matter of that the even woman also when she has taken no small trouble over her appearance is prone to think she may rest after her exertions This is of course a mistake There can be no real rest for her who would succeed in society There is nothing then of the rest cure about the life of the feminine diner out Certainly it is not a breadwinners pursuit it entails some expendi ture in evening gowns and cabs But women usually look leniently upon these items in their accounts And most women are assumed to be desperately fond of society For all that the ideal oddwoman or even a passable imitation of her is often sought seldom found MISLED BY MULES NAME Versatile Veterinarian Makes Hur ried Visit Under Mistaken Apprehension He was a veterinary In a remote country district BUll not only looked at the tongue and felt of tho pulse of tho noble horse and useful cow but also proscribed for the human kind when occasion demanded relates the Philadelphia Telegraph Consequently he was not surprised late ono night to receive a message telling him to como to the farm of an acquaintance as soon as possible for Jenny was seriously 111 Jenny was to namo of the farmers wife and thinking that It might pos sibly be a desperate case the doctor harnessed hla horse and throwing his medicine chest Into the buggy started for tho home of his patient five miles distantWhen he reached the farm it was nearly two oclock In tho morning and tho placo was as dark iia the Interior of a sad tomb A mob of howling yelping dogs greeted him and not daring to get out of the carriage un IBM ho wanted to contract n few spells of hydrophobia ho patiently waited Finally a light shone In the doorway and the farmer appeared with a gun In hand Whos there an whats wanted rhe demanded In an authoritative voice It it the doctor returned the vet erinary in a cheery tons Geo Doe said tho farmer kicking a few of the dogs under tho woodshed yer neednt hey come all tner way out horn tonight I didnt kalkorlato that she would die afore mornln anyway How Is Jenny TM asked the doctor and what seems to be the trouble She cut loose on eat too durned tlumorI lug gested the doetor I dont know what hlfalutin name yes would call it rejoined the agri culturalist She has been all kinked shoItill physician profsMtonal ety Took bar out an BaDofMd her up an down the pike for awhile an Rwewd fps farmer Wmur xetalMMd tsM doctor MYM returcwl Ihs farMer calmly bet yen neednt worry doe she haiat Mtteh good anyhow an I kin easily lit another oaa Well MM the dottor a tittle sold ly M lone M I am oat lien I lad bet tar see your wife and make errs My wit iBlerpoeed tile farmer Well say doe I alt talkln about Jinny my wife Im talkln about Jin My My Mil With tats the farmer broke Ito a buuh UuU aronMd the rest of the family sad UM aotfthborln dop and eonM hardly stop long enonch to tod Ute doctor to the wagon house whore he kept UM eWer sucker BOYS TRIP TO THE MOON Penile Paney of Twelve YearOld Gives Birth to Excellent Dweiptisa IIn UM recent county axaMiaauom in till Morris county schools OM of the ticbuVgrad qneotkms In grammar was Write an Inactoary story on A trip to the moon John Daffy 12 years old according to UM Newark N J News handed in the following Many people world think It artto take a trip to the moon My trip was an accident 1 was on the Mary Jane GOing to India We had just passed under the equator when a storm struck us I jumped on a hatch and went flying op In the air like a witch on a broomstick I looked down to see tho Mary Jane sink beneath tho sea All at once something hooked me up by the seat of the trousers and hoisted mo Into the air I looked up and saw my old friend Santos Dumont going by In his airship The thing thnt hooked me up was an anchor that ho bad forgotten to pull In I called to him and he pulled mo up He was very much surprised and also glad to see me He asked me to go to the moon with him and as there was nothing else to do I agreed He then turned on full power and wo reached the moon In two sec onds It was very cold and tho man In tho moon loaned me a pair of his mit tens They were nearly as large as our schoolhouse That night I slept in ono of them In the morning I hired some of the man In tho moons servants to carry them around for me At dinner time he set before me a Darrel of lamb chops a large tankard of tea and a clothesbasket full of bread 110 was very much surprised to find that I did not eat It all at one meal After dinner we went out to see his mountains Ho told me not to go too near the edge and then went Into the house I wanted to see bow the earth looked from the moon and peeped over the edge All at once I lost my bal ance tumbled over the edge and began my downward trip to the earth at the rate of 6000 miles per second Suddenly I hit what I supposed to bo the earth but discovered that It was the roof of Lincoln schoolhouse I was just In time for my examinations Sign of a Domestic Doss It U a pretty good sign that a man Is the boss if ho sits around home in the evening with his soon toil atocklnra off A woman likes everything around her house to be neat and a mans bare feet are built on such a plan that If they were scrubbed with sapollo rinsed in rose water powdered with rice flour and a baby ribbon tied around each toe they wouldnt look neat in the parlor Atchison Kan Globe TRAINING FOR EFFICIENCY Prof Andrew D White on the Ques tion of Total Abstinence Versus Moderate Drinking There is less drinking In our prepara tory schools and colleges wo believe than a generation ago certainly there Is loss tolerance of drunkenness nut there Is also a tendency to condone or approve of drinking usages as a part of the harmless freedom of youth It may bo well therefore to quote thO deliberate opinion of one of tho greatest of our university founders and presi dents on the subject of total abstinence and moderate drinking HxPresldont Andrew D White In his autobiography after expressing disapproval of certain methods of the recent temperance move ment adds My advice to all men U to drink nothing but water That la certainly the wisest way for nine men out of ton and probably for all ten Indeed one ro tou why the great body of our people aooompllab so much moro In a given time than those of any other country and why the average American working man catches on and Sits than more certainly and quickly than a man of the same sort In any other country and careful comparison between vaiJuus other countries and our own has shown that tills is the east Is that a much larger proportion of our people do not stupefy themeelves with stimulants Our prtMnt Interest In this utterance la In lu bearing on homo training Parents feel acutely that they must study the future efllctancy of their children for tbe struggleof competition rows harder and harder and the pen alties of Inofflclenoy worse and wane Those who teach by precept and moro Important stillby oxamplt the value of total abstinence as a rule of life In their own boteee are doing much toward till NMCOM of their children And this is isptalslly true In eases unhappily too common when there Is a hereditary taunt of teewhich may play IU part In Ute natural strength or weakness ot the sera mans will and spp tlts Ooniroaationalltt READ AND REFLECT 411a s of Prevention Is better than a barrel of Cue There U not a medical or dwnleal authority ID the world that doss not pronounce alcohol one of the ileadlleet known poisons If you are ii rosier for drinking It Is axcltatlon for the mo meet Stimulant from stimulus a spur or a toad seemingly give new strength but It we up the reeenr force which God gave lu for tnt emer sjoncice of lifDr Madison C Peters The EnsjIUh lunacy cominliwloner report shows that Inebriety IK elated as the cause of Insanity from s to W percent of all persons admatml 11001 sections alcohol Is used mute freely than In other There the iirrrentaco of Insanity from this raise IH greater There Is something very significant la theM figure journal of Inebriety That drink doe not help mem to en dare continued cold w ham the testi mony of Dr llayes the Arctic explorer who did not as alcohol and would not take any moo with him who did That It does not kelp sea to endure great heat w have thin tostlnooy of Living stons tho African explorer who said Th most sorer tabors and privations may be undergone without alcohol I o stimulants became those ot us who en dured the most bad nothing else than water and not always enougti ot that A Mighty Temperance Weapon In commenting upon the reports or life assurance societies e owirg the great advantages of abstainers over non abstainers the Ctfrlillan Century says This argument will be more mili tant than sentimental and Its appeal cannot be aroused of dootrlnarlam or pooh poohal as merely moral theory The manner In which tho Industrial world is recognizing that a man must be a total abstainer to be efficient Is a mighty weapon In tho arm of the cause The growing drinking customs of this country arise from the great Influx of foreign peoples who know no other custom and It Is fortunate that this powerful counteractent comes so timely It is a long step from tho time when a man who did not drink WM charged with an extra rate for hla Insurance Good Place for Glasses Mr Carnegie was the guest of honor at a dinner at Philadelphia and before Its close a few of the guests noticed that his wine glass remained untouched At last just as the dinner was about to end ono of the more Inquisitive per sons present said I beg your pardon Mr Carnegie but I I noticed you had not touched your wino I did not kno v you wore a totalIabstainerNo Mr Carnegie remarked with a smile Well you know glasses are used both over and under the nose I always use mine overDial of Prog rest Dear Innocent Thing Mrs WiseIs your husband still keep t ing his promise to abstain from drink ingMrs Newllwed I yes faithfully Mrs WiseAre you sure Its pret ty hard for a man to resist the tempta tionMrs Newllwed But hes found asub I Btltute His breath always smells of cloves now and he tells me ho eats them whenever he feels tempted to take a drink Philadelphia Press tI CEMENT FLOOR FOR LIQUIDS How a Serviceable One Can Be Laid Right Over the Planking and Great Saving Made The cut shows the arrangement of a cement floor laid over an ordinary board floor that will save all of tho liquid manure tho waste of which is y 1 III CSMENT STALL FLOORI one of tho dairymans greatest losses Rays the Farm and Homo Cement Is laid directly on the floor SIopu the cement back to the point a from tho manger c and from there let the surface rise again baoic to the roar wall fled tho floor plank b of the stall dl rectly In tho wet cement and pour very thin cement over the top that all cracks may be filled By placing such material as is used for abuorbonU at tho point a all liquids will bo taken up and saved- FEEDING VSHEEP TO MARKET The Too Liberal Use of Grain Makes the Margin of Profit Too Small The man who uses grain to put all or nearly all tho gain of flock on any kind etc took fed for market will not realize any great margin of profit Every farmer knows that grata Is the cheapest and usually the bent feed for making growth and flesh The most money I have made feeding sheep has been dose by depending on grass for the most part In putting on flesh A few years ago says K P Snyder of Huron county 0 In writing to the Ohio Farmer when sheep were very cheap I had 10 fine wOO ed wetmerathat- I offered for sale jut at the beginning of winter They were In good eoadftlon but the most the buyers would over was 250 per head Hay was a right crop corn was s arot and high I expected to have to buy both before spring but felt that I ought not to Mcrtftc so musk on the cheep I had a large stack of wheat straw and by flag tide straw 11b rally ores a day and hay or cornstalks for the other feed with a ll bt feed 011 Doraoee baif pint each per dayI brought them Uiroug IB very hoed chap They wen shared and put on pro and It was remarkable what gales they made right from the start They sheared a little over 10 pounds each which told at U ants per pound BO that the wool brought OB much M WM Offend fer the sheep la the fall They were sold oo Ute IOU of June at 4M per cwL and they weight 101 pounds each This WM a good profit for their rllll and care but the most of the gain was made on gross This spring I sold my wether lambs at six eenta clipped lo go about June 1 They were ollppod April 4 and the 40 head turned on a Mmothy meadow of eight acres April 22 Their grain feed was continued for two weeks and then gradually diminished till for the last four weeks they had none at nil They were at no tlmo on full reed Just kept In a thriving condition They put on flesh rapidly as soon as turned on grow I offered those lambs for salo In the fall at 3 per head Buyers thought them too small for the money Tho lambs and wool brought mo 1730 each My sheep are ntgn grade Merl 1101 ItpaT1 me to keep them through tho winter In thrifty con dition and after getting their fleece depend on grass to put on the flesh I know that with rather large coarse wooled light shearing lambs It usually pays better to crowd them with grain from late fall or early winter and sell in January or February with the fleeces on One cant always pasture a meadow without loss but In this cue It was a decided advantage Tho season has been BO wet that the grass has made a wonderful growth and the pasturing delayed the ripening so It will be just right after all the other meadows are cared for The yield will be nearly or quite two tons per acre of clean tim othy The sheep cleaned up the weeds completely especially the white top liaise Colts It will pay any farmer to raise ono or two colts of the draft typo each season declares the Farmers Voice Breed the mares to heavy sires and those of tho colts that mature above 1300 pounds should be disposed of and the lighter ones retained for farm use Horses of tho heavy type are and will bo in good demand at remunerative prices for years to come A Whistle on tho Farm Around a farm or large place tho use of a whistle Is quite necessary to call the children hdmo The young folks will soOn understand that three short whistles repeated twice means to come homo quickly they are want ed Immediately The sound Is very penetrating and saves voice and strength Raise Colts It costs but little more to raise a colt than a tcccr while the colt It a good one will soil for several times as much DO FLIES INJURE STOCK Experiments Which Seem to Prove That They Do Not Are Not Accepted cut Final Tho results of a number of somewhat incomplete experiments carried out at the agricultural experiment eta tions seem to show that mOl do not causo any great detriment to the health happiness or profit of farm ani male and indeed ono writer on the subject hints that flies may be a poll live benefit in that thoy remove exu dates from tho skin that may bo con sidered a possible annoyanco to the animal All of which we prefer to take with a largo grain of salt We have all soon cattle get lust as far away as possible from pestering flies They en tor water not merely to cool themselves but to protect themselves against fly attacks They stampede when certain flies buzz about them and threaten to sting suck or deposit their eggs Tho cow does not stand quiet to bo milked when flies are attacking her body She ia peaceful In comparison when milked in a screened and darkened stable When It comes to horses we are ready to state confidently that mea are certain torture during the hot months Turn a horse out in tbo tim ber where flies abound and see If hi does not lose flesh and Injure his feet by constant pawing and stamping Flies to our mind are a nuisance and a detriment to all animals It Is qulto possible that milk flow and flesh or fat formation are not very seriously retarded or lessened by fly annoyance but the animal tells us as plainly as a dumb boost can say that flies make life mleerable In many Instances Wo know too that disease germs are stead by the attacks of tiles Anthrax In the form of malignant carbuncle Is conveyed to man and the same die ease as well OB some others Is oem munlcated In the same way while tho mosquito has been shown to carry the germs of yellow fever and malaria Experiments to the contrary says A S Alexander in the Farmers Review we still believe that flies should be kept out of stable and from tho backs of cattle eo far as possible Thor con- gregAte In millions about the barnyard the manure pile and the teed and watering troughs These attrae tides to ales should be as far as possi ble from the shade supplied In the pastures Shade trees at the distant fence or corner of the fleWs should be seen on every farm and an attempt should be made to keep the manure hauled out and the conditions clean and sanitary In and about the stables The UM of fly rejwllers Ifl to be advised By their use cattle may be ef fectively protected against the attacks of Ute ox warou fly and sheep against the similar annoyance and ac teal torture of the gad fly We have nothing to ay against the value of XBerUuMite Shay horrid be made nun complete Meanwhile the Ay should be coasfciered a pet awl treat ed as crib SHADE FOR STOCK Shed Which Oan Be Made from Old Lumber and Which Will Pretest Steak During Het Days It Is arueity to animals to pasture livestock during hot weather where no shade or shelter of any kind la proviil od Heneo the wisdom of such a shed A 8IIBLTKR FOR TUB CATTLB as shown in the accompanying cut says Fred 0 Scblcr in Farming Any old lumber may be used for its con struction the most important part bo ing to have good solid posts on tho top of which arts spiked equally strong plates Besides the protection from the scorching ray of the sun such a shelter affords great relief from flies and from winds and storms For the actual money Invested It Is ono of tho cheapest and most practical structures that can be built on the farm THE FARM ANIMALS Balking is very often caused by abuse overloading or tight harness You can get no more power from a horse than you give him In his food A sow to raise a strong litter must bo in good flesh and well nurtured The principal advantago in cooking food for hogs is in making up a va riety Tho man who will whip a frightened horse ought to have a dose of hla own medicineKeep brood sow In an Isolated placo away from noise and disturb ance If not overfat or feverish she should then arrow without loss of the litterSome farmers object to working a maro In foal but it they are not worked too much the mares and subsequent colts will do better than if the mareS are left Idle In the pasture The Roosters Harem The number of females that can be mated with one malo bird depends a great deal upon the male bird himself If ho is vigorous and strong and healthy he can safely be intrusted with a harem of a dozen females or even 15 but if ho is lacking in vigor the number of females should be cut down projRirllonately Bettor get one setting of strongly fertilized eggs than two settings of doubtful fertility Water allowed to remain in the soil keeps it cold t THE CAPTIVITY II OF JUDAH I Sunday School Lenon lor Sept31905 SpocUllr Prp+ red lor TIll I riper LESSON TEXT2 Chronicle MilML Memory verses ItTL GOLDEN TEXTDe lure your sin will and you outNum Mt- XTlMEIn the eleventh year of Icing Zcdkiah D C U- CPLACEJerua1em Itlblah where Zeds klah wai taken before Nebuchodnnar ZuO miles north of Jerusalem SCRIPTURE nEFEHENCE8ParaI accounts In 2 ICings ZIIo 26120 Jar sa 14 and itlll fuller account In Jer U Zede kiah oath to Ncbucbadnexxar Jer 111 Exek 17lli On the 70 years captivity tee Jer 2411 nl0 Lev Sl7 MJ U Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 11 Zodeklah reigned 11 years M viceroy of Nebuchadnezzar who had stipulated that he would surely guard the country for him and neither make any political changes nor favor the Egyptians V 12 Evil in tho sight of the Lord He failed to be loyal to Jehovah or to support as it was his privilege to do tho tcmploworshlp and the true prophets Humbled not himself before Jeremiah While he had frequently sought this prophets advice and asked an Interest in his prayers see chapter 37 be bad not followed tho prophet advice nor protected his person V IS Ho also rebelled When Zedtklah had been on the throne about eight years he Joined the neigh Poring city Tyre and seeking aid from Egypt they rebelled against Dabylon refused to pay tribute and prepared themselves to defy 1U powerV Moreover etc The writer II now about to show what disease caused the death of Judah It was the same of which her slater Israel died See 2 Kings 17723 Priests and people transgressed It was sad indeed when priNt who abould have been the guides In righteousness bo caine the companions of the people In doing evil V 15 God of their fathers Since the time of Abraham God had been blowing their raee and trying to reveal Himself to them Sent His messengers The name messenger commonly but not always refers to a prophet Some of Judahs kings had been meafiengor for Ood He bad also sent to this race Moses Samuel BUJab Bllaha and more re cently Isaiah Jeremiah and Ezekiel V 16 They mocked the messengers Nearly ovary prophet had been maltreated by the people he sought to help Jeremiah bad been mocked by a false prophet Hananlah See Jer J8 Despised his words Refuted to heed tho warning given by the prophets or to walk in the ways of righteousness which they pointed out Misused Better In Revised Version feoffed at Verbal mock ery not bodily harm Is hero alluded to Dottily harm had however been Inflicted upon the prophets In many eases and quit recently Urljab bad been slain Jer 163023 V 17 Therefore Because of what has Just been stated He brought ChaldeoB The Cfaaidean or Babylonian army camo to besiege the city Judahs Jehovah was Cop of all leo plea and ofttlmes used one in chits tising another It was a natural pun ishment for sin weakens any people and no nation could live long while practicing such Iniquities as wero rife in Judah Slew no com passion etc The Chaldeans as warriors wero very cruel V 18 All the vessels God The sacred furniture and dishes which had been left after the previous sacking of the temple 2 Chron 3610 A list of the vessels now taken is given in 2 Kings 251317V Burnt the house of God Thus they slowed their defiance of Israels God Brake down the wall After many months of beating upon tho walls with battering rams a place at the northern side gave way and the Chaldeans entered at midnight V 20 Them that had escaped Those who bad survived the siege and such as had previously surrendered themselves to the enemy Carried Babylon King Nebuchad netzar first held a sort of court at Rlblah some 200 miles north of Jerusalem Here the leaders in rebellion were picked out and summar- Ily punished Jeremiah and probably others were permitted to return to the city while the remainder includ log the king wero taken to Babylon V 21 To fulfill the word etc See marginal references Jeremiah had always held out this gleam of hope After the captivity return Until the land sabbaths Read Lev 2617 2634 35 By that law It was provided that the land should lie Idle every seventh year This law evidently had been disre garded by the people who were uni formly BO careless concerning Gods requirements Now through being so largely depopulated the land would enjoy enforced rest for 70 years Practical Points V 11 One may like Zedekiah be a king In name yet a slave at heart V 12 God counts as done unto Him self any Iniquity done His ambassa dors or His brethrenMatt 2545 V li God urea even the evil traits in man for working out His purposes of KOodPa 7610 V IS Lot us lay up our treasures where they can never be stolen Matt 620V 20 The calamities which sin brings here are but tokens of the eter nal separation and woe to be realized haroaftor Jos ll15 GIRLS IN SLAVERY DI05ASINO CONDITIONS WHICH PREVAIL IN ALASKA Children of Tender Years Held in Bondage of the Most Servile Kind and Cruelly Treated St Louis Slavery within the domain of the United States white per sons sold and held under bondage In violation of all tho laws of civiliza tion this la the charge of Prof W A Davis superintendent of tho Unlteu States public uola at Unalaska AlaskaIn letter to a St Louis friend the professor tells bow ho has been at work since 1893 when he went to Alaska to eradicate tho evil but de Glares ho has boon unable to get tho United Stales authorities interested lie says he has personally freed two little glrla from slavery and sent them to their homes while ho has worked without avail to procure the release of six other white girls In Unalaska Ho says tho same conditions cxict in other townsIn the professor writes At tho beginning of tho school year September 1903 I canvassed the vil lage of Unalaska for scholars and to my horror and disgust I found eight little girls ranging In ago from 6 to 12 years in slavery When I asked their masters if they Intended to send them to school they seemed much sur prised and grew quite Indignant and In substance said HSend them to school Wo did not get them to send to school we got them to wait on our families and thats what they re going to do Immediately upon making the die covery I called the attention of the proper authorities to the fact and was assured that immediate measures would bo taken to remedy the evil That was a year and a half ago and yet nothing hoi been dono officially though by individual effort I have se cured the release of two pitiful llttlo creatures who were returned to the Island from which they come and in all probability were sent away again at the first opportunity in some other directionIn village of Unalaska with a population of not more than 200 there are six girls In bondage as servile as that of the blacks before their eman cipation and It Is safe to assume that the same conditions prevail all over AlaskaThese children are usually orphans and are given away by those with whom they have been left by their de ceased parents as freely and with as little compunction as one in the states gives away puppies They are brought hero by trading schooners from various portions of the territory They are treated In all respects as slaves Their food Is of the common est poorest kind their clothing con slats of costoff garments and I have seen one of thee girls in midwinter wading In snow barefoot and without enough rags upon her body to hide her nakedness With an Inherited sentiment in favor of the enslavement of weak op pressed and helpless human beings both on the part of the natives and on the part of their absolute masters the Russians It was not to be wondered at that when this territory passed Into the hands of the United States slavery was common but that It should continue to exist without molestation in spite of article 13 of the amendments to the constitution of the United States would be beyond my belief It I wero not in plain view of Its Godforsaken wretched little vie tims every day MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 26 CATTLE Common 3 00 04 10 Heavy steers 5 10 5 30 CALVESExtra 0 8 00 HOGS Ch packers C 25 0 6 37y Mixed packers 6 15 6 25 SHEEPExtra 4 35 0 4 50 LAMBS Spring 0800FLOURSpring pat 5 76 0 6 15 WHEATNo 2 red 83 0 84 No3 red 0 8- 1CORNNo2 mixed 0 64li No 2 white 0 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 0 25j RYEto 2 57 0 69 HAYCh timothy 012 25 POUK Clear mess 016 30 LARDSteam 8 12110 8 25 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 15 Choice creamery 0 23 APPLESChoice 2 60 0 3 60 POTATOES Per bbl 1 35 0 1 60 TOBACCO New 6 00 013 00 Old 4 CO 014 75 Chlcnqo- FLOUH Winter pat 6 10 0 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 79 80tf No 3 red 90 0 97 CORNNo mixed 0 55 H OATSNo2 mixed 25 V 2tWRYE No 2- PORKMess 68 14 76 014 80 LARDSteam 0 8 00 Nw York FLOURWin strts 4 00 0 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red 0 86V CORNNo mixed 0 6- 1OATSNo2 mixed 29 0 29 RYEWestern 0 64 PORK Mess 15 50 016 50 LARDSteam 0 8 45 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 81VJ CORNNo2 mixed 0 6- 0CATTLESteers 4 00 0 4 60 SIIEEPNo 1 250- Loulivlll 0 3 00 WHEAT No 2 red 0 1- CORNNo2 mixed 0 6- 7OATSNo2 mixed 0 30 PORK Mess 012 00 LARDSteam 0 660 thdianaootla WHEAT No 2 red 0 IIH CORNNo2 mixed 0 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed 0 35 Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Studonts from 20 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladles Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and fW lifg College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meat expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brOught within S20BO Winter term of 11 weeks J2700 Spring torn of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Tho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation chats Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron iNFOttJUTio AND rniENOLt ADVICE ADDRESS rns SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills lIloIiIoI manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corm Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour je1L1LIIl Potts Duerson I I Whites Station Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Timo Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dtllj Leave Berea SrJGa n- lArrivuRhohmond416 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Ciueinnati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Boron I 82 p m Arrivo Richmond 200 p m Arrivo 1ar88O p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Trains Dally Leave Rorea 111 p tn Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Bfrea1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m EQUIPMENT Tralni numbers 2 and 3 rarrr Dulfrt Parlor CAr en I roncliei between Cincinnati ind Knoxvllle III boh direction Tnlni numbers I did 4 Textlbuled Slitplng fir and e ache between Cincinnati and Knox Tlllc In loth direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RYCO Tim table In effect April 19 lees EAST DOUND No1 No 1 No A Versatile lOon a m 631 p m NlchoUnlllo 1100 716 Valley View 1114 140 Richmond arllM 110 Richmond It1203p a t M a m Irvine 103 730 BeatlyTlll 240 lt fir la 003 BeiltjTllla Jot 80910r- o20 WEST BOUND No 2 No 4 No 6 VnlHt 74J a m 125 p m NIcnoloiTllle 6JA 227 Valley View US 20S Richmond IT 600 139 Richmond at 735 p m 1SO Irvine 6SSpm 1123 BeattjTllle mfirBealtTTllle Jet 830 1039 No 3 mid 61 sad S mate clot connection at Hlcholairlll to and from Lexraf ton and ClncU mil and al Verullle to and from Shelbyrllle neattyrtllsiunctioatancckon non addru any local aunt or H R SMITH O 7 T Agar To Citizens of Berea and Vioinity My shop b the moat oomplets- and up to date In this part or tame State for doing all kiad of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most promiaevt people of Berea sad vicinity zpIlltad g urges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Ml Vernon Ky REF INOI t Bunk of Mt Verso This button with a tin cent at ell ICASCARETSCANDY the Ideal laxotiv and guaranteed conitl ontrecelptof flv f FREE cent stOITDAddnsstornra- Iuce t arlat C r aow r Foundod thebestCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING- That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky Ce F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calla promptly attended to night ad day Telephone No i BerM Ky 1 Williams is better proper ed than over to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean fag and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Vila Street Bere Kr I ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings In every room All service Sntekst Popular prices Tailoring shop fa connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop cSnrubST3 Richmond Ky 4 PATfi1rSI ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITr Notice toInvennreAge I Book UowloobtamJUIOta iANDCOPTRIGNTS OBTAINED 1 FREE Charge moderate No tee till patenUlieCUfe4 Utter KrlctlTooofidnUal Ad lrM E B SIOOERS Pst Lawjir WaiMngta D C l 225IAlso 500 400 300 250 and for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths T The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for ttyle comfort and wear Is known f everywhere throughout the world They hare to glre better satisfaction than otber makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere M We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect j fit iaspectlon invited I COYLE HAYES rlBEREA KENTUCKY +1 I I H I I I I 1111 I JIll I 1111111 I I I I I+I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I VicinityrGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LLLLLLLtJt I 11 I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Do you believe in yourself enough to put money into your own educa tionMiss Lizzie Reynolds of Hamil ton Ohio visited friends in Berea lust week nUll returned to her home SundayProf Dodge leaves today for Den vcr Col to attend the National En campment of tho Grand Army He will visit other parts of Colorado and will not return until the day before Col lego opens Why should your neighbors and your neighbors children get ahead of you by education when you have the same chance as they f The Stork visited Mr and Mrs W G Smith of Livingstone on Sunday last and left an eight andn half pound girl The mother and baby are both doing finely Mr George Miller and family of Chilicothe Ohio have been visiting Mr cad Mrs Osborne Mr Miller was formerly a pupil of Mr Osborne and is now Principal of the Chili cotho Business College time is coming when the peo a GThe our mountain counties will I education tho Statebut Ihoy must The infant child of Mrs Mary R Robes died Sunday of cholera in fautum and was buried Monday Many friends sympathise with Mrs Robes in hor repeated bereavements There are at least ten good dwel ling houses going up or just finished in Berea And these are not the cheapstructures of a community whoso future is uncertain but are I substantial buildings which would be nn ornament to any community- G D Holliday who has been inI Perry Lolcher and Knott Counties for the last three months buying coal and timber lands for the Citi Zeus Laud and Coal Company of Cincinnati Ohio has Just returned to visit his family and reports that business has been fairly good The Company has accepted several thous and acres and is now having the titles abstracted so the deeds can be redo to tho Company for tho tracts that have been accepted Tho L E Railroad Company making arrangements to extend it line of railroad from Lexington t Jackson and on to Hazard Perr Countya distance of 33 miles This will greatly increase the value of coal and timber lands in all that sectionA family newspaper helps more in bringing up children right than any other thing except the church and the school Miss Myrtle Gay and Mr Harr j Sharp wore married in Richmond on Friday at 5 pm Rev Mr Mc Cullyof this place performed the ceremony Mrs S R Baker and Misses Letty and Pearl Gay attended tl the wedding from this place The bridal party took supper in Richmond and drove homo in tho evening Mrs Sharp is one of the teachers of Madison County and will Finish her schoolwhen she and her husband will be at homo in Kirksville We may live far from tho church and our nearest school may IH a sorry one but every family can have the best newspaper Mr Mark Shirk has been ill for a few days but is improving rapidly Mrs Theodore F Daniels of Lor ain Ohio and her two daughters Mabel and Ruth have been visiting for a few days in Berea with a pros pect of coming hero to live on ac count of the advantages offered by Berea College Berea College is here for tho hone fit of every boy or girl who wishes to improve Come to the fountain and drink Miss JOSEPHINE A ROOINSON n The entertainment given by the Center College young men at the Tabernacle last Friday night was at tended bya rather small but an appreciative audienco It was patronagolTheand dexterity rev flected credit upon their instructor Mr Harley Racer added to the in terest of the occasion by reciting a number of selections in a very artis tic manner If tho boys will come again they will receive much better patronage isteaclidngatSaudo spoutySwitzer Rev Amos Stout will preachat Berea Baptist Church next Sunday morningThe ParksHunt wedding post poned last week on account of the sudden illness of Miss Parks was theyMrs Demmon has been on avisit to Richmond Union City Panola and Irvine Springs She returned Monday II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I College Items HERE AND THERE 1111111110 Susie Sparks is teaching uour hur homo In Clay County and expects to be in school with her sister in Korea for the winter term Ruth Dodge and Mabel Finn of Tallmadgo 0 will both bo in school at the beginning of the fall term Ernest Bender will lead the Clove land Excursion from Cleveland Ohio this year Glenn Simpson has accepted po sition as stenographer for JCWeend of Ravenna Ohio He will not be in school this year Miss Grace Straight of Aurora Ohio will be hero the first dayof tho termMiss J Partridge is in Oberlin Ohio for the present Cluiitlr TuvMiStind is teaching school nl SiinuoK liyand la inter cfiting rune young Koplo In Urrea Miss Lena Stubbinsof Gnindview Tens I ill1M llliusthlsfalliisa new student Helen Beck returns this Loll and brings In rixiisiii Miss Lots with her Wdlium Iltws who arts willtus loot year tilts been HK itdliiK till Hum mer at Cliuiitiiuqim N Vnud will return Sept 11 witllreturndoing work under tho American Sunday School Union in Clay County I will IHJ in Berea this fall The College Community has been j reinforced during the post week by the arrival of two young ladies one ofwhom Elizabeth Marguerite will mike her homo with Prof anti Mrs C D Lewis the other Miss Mury bus como to stay with Secretory and Mrs Gamble Dr It H Cowley returned to Be rea Wednesday He has been spend lug his vacation at New York Mills N Y PROP THOMAS A EDWAHOI n Frank M Wheat has returned from New York President Frost returned Tuesday noon somewhat improved in health Rolla Hoffman will lead the excursion from Leipsic Ohio Our students who have been in Berea once are usually interested enough to bring their friends back with them The sad news of the death of Mr Berry father of Frances M Berry camo to us this week To the Young Man If you have n father who desires to have you got an education you ought to ho very thankful many a boy is anxious to get an education and finds his parents unwilling to help him- Student Excursions from the North have been made for the usual personallyconducted ex cursions train control points for students coming from a distance These excursions are from Chicago and from Cleveland Leipsic and Cincinnati in Ohio Tho usualro duced rates of faro prevail Further Provision for Colored People Everybody knows that Boron Col logo is the friend of tho Negro For years Borea liko the great Christian schools outside the old slate states admitted all young people of good moral character and many former colored students are now distinguished for their talents anti usefulness Since the foolish and wicked law passed by tho last legislature the college hIts undertaken at largo ex pense to assist its former colred students to attend other institutions Any former colored student of Berea who desires to secure further edu cation and needs assistance should write to tho Vice President Dr Geo A Hubbell And besides this tho College has selected number of young colored people never connected with the School who will receive aid for the year to come Berea College extends its greetings and encouragement as ever to the colored people of Kentucky Every good citizen desires to see our col ored neighbors prosperous ami happy and to encourage thom upon the upward road of education thrift industry and skill A Word to Fathers If you have a son or daughter who desires an education you ought to bo thankful many a father is anxious to educate his children and finds that they lack either the brains or the desire Send the Big Scholars to Berea This rail A great evil in many district schools Is the largo scholars who ought to leave tho home school and como to Bores It is n harm to those big scholars to hang on in the district school and tliugTheylargo school whore they will have several strong teachers meet tho bright young people from other din trims suit get u host of now ideas that will put them ahead so hint they will hardly know themselves And when these big scholars get out of tho district school it will give the teacher a chance to do more for pupilsYou mistake whoa you say My boy oui do well enough in tho homo school What he needs is to got out of tho old stir roundings Utah got stirred up and waked up and started on the upward path at n large school MM JENNIC Ltmn Mm u p When Christmas Comes You will lie four months older will you bo wiser stronger in mind und character advanced in education r This issue of Tho Citizen is the annual advertising uumbur devoted to the interests of Boron College The advertising space is bought by the College andover n thousand ox Ira copies will ho scattered abroad this week If any one to whom this number conics wishes to see what the regular ismies of tho paper uro wo will bo glad to mail to such a copy of uoxt weeks Issue free Send in your names tad gut a freo copy of the only fancily paper devoted to the interests of tho people of eastern Kentucky FOR SALE House Lot in Berea Lot five rods byeight roils and twenty links Good fence About one dozen fruit and shade trees Boxed house six rooms all coiled Good well Small barn two stalls and hay loft Joining lot to District School for whites anti in half a mile of the Collegu- Price low Terms ronsonable Call on J P BICKNELL BERfiA Or write W D SMITH Lock Box N Brunswick Nebr I KkMkkkkkkkkkkkkkrSKKkkkkyMKilkkkKkKkkkkKkkRrkkkRRKkkkKThose V E will find our stock t ofi I School Supplies I IIncludes everything they requireI WU ARE PREPARED ITO SCIHNTIPICALLY I COMPOUND ANY RECIPE FORMULA OR PRESCRIPTION I i The Porter Drug Cov INCORPORATED t The flate where Juritjr it Puamo ml- a tltit kStltkttktttritti kirkSxltkbkk+r4ir7xitirirkitSdrYakSt ItrleirStkttttttSrittr- ttttDo You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt units the small amount it would takes to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies FIRE L1FIandA- CCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK u oooo ooooooooooooooooooo ooeoooooooooooooo 0 o 0 Q oS So i0 io 0 0 At The Shop for LadiesIi You can see the Finest Assortment i I o 0- i of Early Fall Goods i u o Y 0- i Call and see jus i- o 0- i 0 1 0- i j C Je Hanson = Company I o to 0 0 0- O o sI- o 0 0 o 0000000800000080000800008000000oooooooeoooooo NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected and Give to Onr Readers in a Con densed Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS A Summary of Prominent Events That Have Taken Place During the Past Few DayTho Movements of Government Official A dispatch from Guntzcllng the headquarters of tho Russian army In Manchuria says that the Japanese aro concentrating at Lltiatal In tho valley of tho rivers Tzln Khoun and Oct nlan whence 10000 of thorn are at vanclng In a northwesterly dlreotlor At a mUng of tho Chicago Typo theta It was decided not to make anT contracts on tho eight hour day baili nnd as a result a strike of prlatrs In the job oflloee represented by the ai eorlatlon Is expected After being afloat on Lake Mlohiga for two nights and one day in a anal towboat John Cbartres and Mill Ze da Stewart of Krnnaton 111 were rescued Doth were In a precarloa conditionEdwin It Conger of Iowa bas two signed his poet aa American nmfcosr dor to Mexico to take effect Otttob 18 next and President Roosevelt ha accepted the resignation David 11 Thompnap now American aratMssaita to llracll may succeed him Nelson Tbomaaeon a wellknowi vowel man of Chloaajo la authority for the atatetnent that a syndicate Ito be formed to dig a ouaal from Au Train on Lake Superior to Gisdslon or Ifecanabla on Lake Ml oh I can At a public meeting in the town hon at Moscow the emperorM manifesto on the douma project waa dlfteussod One speaker denounced the monlfeato ann the project In violent terra Another urgad armed rebellion Women oat fanciers living In varl out parts of the country incorporate at Albany N Y the Lock Haven Cat club for the purpose of cultivating aft interest in the ownership of thorough bred oats Wm Gibson engineer of Kanaai City Olen fireman and Clareaei Roe conductor were killed In iheadon eollialoa of two Union Paelfii passenger trains near Roewrllle Ru- Nt York Importers were noUner by cable that all grade of alamort had booR advaaeed by the London sya dlrate I per sent Tbc reason assist Cd la the scarcity of Ute stone Arraniem+nts have been made by the Jefferson dab Chicago for a far well banquet September 1C to William J Bryan pwvloua to his departure for an extended tour around Ute world Vice Adm Ilojeetvenaky la a MUM earl he expects to nave fully recovet ed from the wounds received In Ute battle with Japan by the middle of September Announcement that August Ilelmoat Myron T Herrick Murray Verner and others have formed a combination of gas and electric lighting traction com paolea In Wentera Pennsylvania anti Baetern Ohio was made J A lUll president of tho defunct Denver Savings Dank was arrested nt South MeAllater I T by Chief of Pollee Politer on information from the Denver authorities Ftodorlok A Peckham indicted for complicity In the dopartmont of agriculture cotton report scandals was nr resled at Saratoga and arraigned be foro United States Commission Charlos H Davidson who ordered an adjournment of examination Tho cruiser Rainbow thy flagship of tho Philippine squadron with Rr Adm Roper on board wont ashore at the mouth of the Aguoson river Rutuan bay In Northern Mindanao The yea sol is not damaged Secretary BpI of the stato board Investigated the Brownsville III case and found tho alleged yellow fever victim had only a severe case of the ramps and was at work again The entire bualnMe district of Lake Providence La wax declared Infected with yellow fever and n vigorous cam paign against tho stogomyio was inau gurated The accession by a BornadotU prince to tho Norwegian throne has undergone a completo change Ring Oscar no longer opposes tho accept ance of the crown by his son Charlos Tho Japanese transport Klnjo was sunk In a collision with tho British steamer Baralong on August 22 in the Inland sea One hundred and twenty seven Invalided Japanese soldiers wore drowned Lewis and Joo Davis negro broth ers wore shot and killed at Brlcos still Brooks county Ga Tho shoot lug was done by born Kondrlck white who himself was wounded by tho no crocs Huddled together within an open and dry spot but a few toot square In the Immense swamps north of Eocanabla Mich a searching party found six haltstarved half crazed women and children all prominent In Escanabia who had boon wandering about for two days and nights They wore mombors of a camping party and had become lost while picking blueberries some distance from their camp Tho trial of tho sailors who mutt nied on the battleship Gcorgl Poblod onosetz at Odessa Juno last will be gin August 29 The prisoners num lace 75 A cloudburst in tho vicinity of RhoJ Canyon Col through which ordinarily a small stream of water runs converted tho canyon Into a raging torrent which swept through tho town of Borwlnd and Tabasco Col wrecl Ing everything in its path and drown- Ing at least nine persons Tho prop erty loss la ostlmated at hundreds of thousands of dollars Eighteen persons are known to 00 dead or missing in tho flood at Hut Ings Col Six bodies have boon re coveredIn export riflemens contest at Soaglrt N J Capt O W Corwln711t regiment N Y N G won a gold medal and UO in cash provided for tbo rifleman making the highest nggrcgat acoro In the slow flro portion of tho national individual match Whllo playing Indian at Mlnnoop Ha lInn Raymond Carcloflnl IS had a rope thrown ovor his nook nnd W1S hanged to the limb of a treo by hIs playmates who loft Tho Umoly ar rival of Roy W B Rlloy naval tho lads life A petition by Mrs Clara S Hay widow of the late Secretary John Hay lor tho probate of Mr Hays will was flied In tho probate court in WashIng- ton The petition states that Mr lIay left property real and personal to tbe value of more than 880000- Jaokaun rUM has declared quarar tine against Memphis Tenn boalni tho action on n marine hospital report of a woman developing a case of yellow fever In New Orleans on the tee cad day after reaching that city Iron Memphis A compilation of the business done by tlia general land office during th floral year ending Juno 30 last show that 91084 patents were leaned The ia an increaw of 34408 over the previous year The annual report of Chief Wllkli of the secret service shows a total of Mt arreau of which 41 related to counterfeits of currency 52 to alters obligations 344 to the counterfeits of coin and the others In connectlo with various violations of the fedora statutesThe courtmartial of 137 mutineer of tho Russian battleship Knlaz Potem klne has just been completed EIght of tho prisoners wore sentenced to bo shot but it was recommended that thll sentence bo commuted to life imprli onment Tho Foresters of America in blot nlol convention unanimously pause a resolution favoring exclusion of Jail aneee from tho United States on tho same lines aa tho present Chinese ex elusion Business failures for tho weekending August 34 In the United State number 17Gjigalnat 147 last week 181 In the like week of 1004 and 142 In 1903 AoUoa was taken at a meeting of the Louisiana state board of health to en able the federal authorities to put 1 step to indiscriminate travel betwee Infected points sad New Orleans the- idea being to prevent Italians and oth am from returning to New Orleans from seWewwnU where the fever now octets and causing fresh Infeotioa In the city- The state department has receive information to the effect that the steamship Australia owned by the Spreckftla Interests of Son Francisco has been soiled by the Japanese An Indictment charging bigamy was found against Dr George A WItzhoff a dentist and chemist who is claims by the Now York police to have a matrimonial record In nearly every largo American city The Equitable Life Assurance sc clety joined with tho state of Now York In asking for a full investlgatlo In court of its directors and officer and tholr alleged wrong doings In managing the moneys of the society Work on tho railroad tunnel which Is to be constructed under the DetroIt river between Windsor and Detroit began with a force of workmen alnkini the Initial shaft on tho American side Mr and Mrs Allen O Depp of Hlok Dry Run Pa with tho appearance of twins are the parents of 23 children the parents are 40 years old and claim to have the largest family In America ago considered Edwin 8 Holmes jr until recently the associate statistician of the do jartment of agriculture but who was lisralssed as an outcome of tho Inves tigation Into tho leakage in tho cotton reports was indicted by tho grand jury on the charge of conspiracy to lefraud the government President Roosovelt made a descent m Long Island sound on board tho mbmarlno torpedo boat Plunger Ho was aboard the vessel about three hours At ono time tho little boat was submerged for GO minutes and In hat time was put through all of tho mbmarino feats of which she Is cape loTho census bureau has just published as a bulletin on analysis by Proto Walter F Wilcox of Cornell unlver ilty of tho census statistics relating a teachers Calculating tho school ago as from 5 to 24 tho report finds that taking the country as a whole hero la an avorago of ono teacher to very 71 pupils- A delegate convention of colored nochanlcs representing Missouri lilt Cols and several southorn states con ronod at St Louis to organize a col trod mechanical association with local ranchos in all cities Struck by lightning during a terrific itorm which swept over Staten Island bo ship Mulberry Hill laden with ass oil and lying In tho bay lotwocn Tompkinsvlilo and Staploton wall sot on fire Loss heavy Twenty Catholic priests mlsslona 1es in Yunnan provlnoo China are re ported killed in a recent raid of fa tatlcs on Christians Announcement waS made that a got oral meeting of all of tho bituminous coal operators of tho country will bhold in Chicago November 22 to dli cuss what attitude the employers of the vast army of minors shall take In respect to tho next Interstate wag conference Six companies of tho Third rag mont T N G Col Spence command lag have left camp at Hariman under orders from Gov Cox to procee to Tracy City Tenn whoro striking union coal minors are threatening to make trouble An unknown man tried to throw himself In front of tho approaching Santa Fo overland train at San Der nardlna Cat but was beaten off by tho train crow Ho waited for tho second section of tho train and throw himself under tho wheels Ho was Instantly killed In tho arrest of Turnkey Morch ChiMera of tho La Cross count Wls jail government secret sorvic men believe they hero solved tho mystery of tho osoapo of two dospei ate post office robbers II E Train und Andrew Cunningham The present population of Cleveland 0 is estimated at 472000 bl1Bo on tho names in tho now city dIrectory publishedAmbassador Meyer communicated to President Roosevelt tho last words of Uraporor Nicholas and his ultlmatur that Russia will not pay ono penny of Indemnity to Japan In any gulao what over Russia Is ready to agree to 11 division of Sakhalin Japan retaIning that portion previously belonging to her and Russia retaining the northern portion Four lives were lost and threo pot sons were injured by the burning of the Hotel Maranacook at Maranacooli Mo More than fourscore of guest and employes escaped in night attire many of them leaping from tho wIn dowsCapt Patrick McMabon of tho yach Mystic was burned to death and 18 persons wore almost suffocated in a fire which started in the third floor of tho Charles Beck block Erie Pa So far this years yellow fever at Now Orleans has boon less than one half as virulent as that of 1878 but tho authorities agree that September lies always been tho worst month for the spread of yellow fever And wIthin the coming few weeks will be the timi of tho crisis Dr Percy Adams sent by Dr Sou ohon to Investigate the general condl dons In St Marys Parish La ro ported tho discovery of 160 new case at Riverside IWo miles from Patterson There were five deaths A T Bolseu of Monroe county Ind and Douglas Rodman of Franklin county Ky have been appointed field assistants in the forest service The vicinity of Big Otter creek In day county 6C miles north of Charles ton W VaN waa visited by a cloud burst in which five persons were 1000L and much damage was done to prop ertyThe Chinese boycott of American goods has completely parajyzed the Sour trade between Pacific coast port and China News was received at Mobile Ala that the yacht Marguedora owned bl President T P Shunts of the Pane ma canal commission had burned at Carrabellc Flo The boat burned to tho waters edge and will not be re builtThree desperadoes walked Into tit Jewelry store of A W Johnson Chicago in broad daylight and with rev clod revolvers held the clerk at boy whllo they scooped two trays empty of their contents of gold rings and gathered a small handful of unmount cd diamonds They escaped Tho latest movement on tho part of tho famous French Socialistic league known as tho Right to Life is tho for matron of a demand that tho govern ment decree the distribution of free bread every day of tho year tows many persons as may ask it Mrs William Redmond formerly a wellknown actress is dead at hen homo in Piedmont N Y from a com plication of diseases She was bettor known by her stage name Mrs Thom- asBarryEduardo Yoro Cuban secretary ol public instruction died at Havana Senor Vero bad been a victim for four years of cancerous growths on the face Archbishop Olcnhon of St Louis accompanied by W J Klnsella a dl rector of the Louisiana exposition is it present touring Ireland inspecting tho principal Irish churches to get Ideas for use in building a cathedral it St Louis- Barney Oldflold lowered tho worlds record of three miles at 23945 by ipcodlng tho same distance over the air grounds track Dayton 0 In 23925 breaking tho record by two lfths of a second The federal grand jury investigating ho Oregon land frauds has returned rue bills against Claude F Thayor tho Tillamook capitalist son of Gov Thayer of Oregon together with ROV real other operators indicted with him Tho Arkansas state board of health ins Instituted a strict quarantine igainst the entire state of Louisiana After colliding with and damaging ho little kerosene oil schooner N S Jallup of New York tho battleship Cearsargo arrived in the harbor at Newport R L with the disabled craft md hot crow of two A loss of more than halt a million dollars was caused by a fire In stores tos 39 40 and 41 of tho oxtcuslvo plant of tho Bush Terminal Warehouse Co at tho foot of 44th street Brook lyn It was started by lightning J 8 Peterson of Dallas county a somber of tho Arkansas legislature committed suicide by shooting himself hrotub tho head with a nlatol a WORDS AND MONEY That is tho Question That Separ ates the Peace Envoys Are on the Verge of Final Rupture No New Instructions Were Re calved by M Witte Regarding Compromise Proposition Portsmouth N H Aug 24The Japanese plenipotentiaries at tho ran elusion of the afternoon session Wed nesday of tho peace conference threw the cards upon tho table It was the dramatic mcmonttho moment to which all the previous proceedings of tho conference had led Mr Wltte sat silent and the move in the great diplomatic game passed to Japan Baron Komura In a tow words explained that Japan in her groat deslro for peaco was ready ic snake certain modifications of the original articles in tho hope that Rus sla would find it possible to accept them Ho then presented In writing to Mr Witte the compromise proposi tlon which President Roosevelt had suggestedIt to withdraw article 9 providing for the payment by Russia ol Japans bill for the cost of the war on condition that Russia would accept article 5 which provides for tho cos slon of the Island of Sakhalin so mod Ifted as to include an arrangement tot the repurchase by Russia of the north ern halt of the Island for 1200000000 yon In addition it offered to with draw entirely articles 11 and 12 surrender of the interned warships and limitation upon Russias son powor in the far east- Without a moments hesitation Mr Witte said he could not accept it Portsmouth N H Aug 25At 11 oclock Thursday night six cablegrams had been received by Mr Witte from St Petersburg All camo from Count Lamadorff and all wore opposed to the Japanese compromise proposition as presented at Wednesdays meeting However It is stated that the cablegrams announce that the direct pour parlors are now In progress between Emperor Nicholas and tho president Oyster Bay N Y Aug 25A crisis In the peace negotiations is approach- Ing rapidly Whether thero is to be peace between Russia and Japan or a continuance of the war will be doter mined very llkoly within a few days Since he made his direct appeal to liraperor Nicholas President Roosovelt has been awaiting developments hope ful that puch efforts as ho has felt proper to make to avert a failure of the Washington conference might not be futile It la quite certain now that in addl LiOn to tasking a direct appeal to tho Russian emperor to take such pjoaB urea as may bring the pending nego tiations to a successful issue Presi dent Roosevelt has communicated with the Japanese government along simi lar lines Whether that appeal was made directly to the emperor of Japan as In the case of Emperor Niche las can not be ascertained Portsmouth N H Aug 26A press representative Is permitted to an nounce that Emperor Nicholas answer to President Roosevelts latest appeal was partially responsive Tho peace conference seems headed straight for tho rooks despite the fact that every question of principle In volved in the quarrel between the two countries has been settled In favor of the victor and that in reality only words and money still separate thorn the nogotlaUons seem on the verge of a final rupture The air was filled Friday night with gloomy foreboding as superficially everything In dicated that Saturdays session of tho conference will prove tho seance dadlouIn most positive fashion it is declared that no now instructions had reached Mr Witte up to Friday oven ing which would permit him to entertain tho consideration of tho comprom ise proposition submitted by Baron KomuraPortsmouth N H Aug 28The life of the peaco conference Sunday seemed to hang by a thread but tho thread will not be broken Monday At 10 oclock Sunday night after a two hours conference between Mr Taka hire and Mr Witte in tho latters room in the hotel annex tho announce ment of a postponement was made Mr Wltto explained that Mr Takahlra had told him that no now Instructions hall reached him from Toklo and fear Ing none might bo received before tho mooting scheduled for Monday afternoon ho had suggested tho propriety of postponing the meeting until Tues day To this Mr Wltto said ho read ily assented Mr Takahlra made tho following statement as this conference was Initiated by tho friendly offices of tho president after consultation wo felt that wo should be cautious about ter minating its labors Pressed ns to whether ho frognrded tho situation as hopeless Mr Taka hire said No not hopelesS but almost hopeless Gold Output of Nome Seattle Wash Aug 28 United States Assayer Fred Wing in charge of he local assays of Nomo made a statement that his estimate of tho gold output of Nomo for tho season of 1905 ms 10000000 This amount will bo ho record for Nome Leaves Bequest For His Horse Plttsburg Pa Aug 28Jm amount ufflclenl to maintain and caro for his avorlto horse Ginger Is ono of the bequests In tho will of Robert D Me innlgle recently probated Tho horsea- ha11 novor ba ridden STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST ij THE SMITH MURDER William Newton Relative of Cal New ton Under Arrest Frankfort Ky Aug 26Wllllam aged 23 years relative of Cal Newton who Is charged with the murder of tho Smiths father and son at Elmvllle was arrested near that placo FrIday afternoon Ho was not brought to jail here but kept under guard over night at the home of Sheriff Jeffers There he was sweated by Common wealths Attorney Franklin the sher Iff and Detectives Robert Stubbs and Fred Kenner of the city department of New Orleans La who are In Ken tucky on business and happened to be guests at the sheriffs horns Tho conference lasted until midnight and the length of It and the fact that Newton was not brought on to jail here an taken as evidence that ho has broken down and told a story to the officers The new suspect according to Cal Newtons own statement was with him all of the morning of the day of the shooting and at the time It took place RESULT OF A FEUD Louis Reitman Shoots His Brother and His SIsterlntaw Covington Ky Aug 24Louls Reitman was arrested at noon by Marshal Bookort while ho was crossing the river to tho Ohio sldo Tho war shal followed him up In a skIrt He was locked up In the Dolhl jail Thu dying embers of an ancient feud long forgotten wore fanned Into game at Taylortsport Boone county Ky and Louis Roltman farmer was arrested whllo sldo by slCe In their little cot tago on Strlngtown pike Ho Jacob his brother and his wife Sarah tholr heads torn by charges of shot fired by Reitman Long ago the feud of the Reltmans became a memory In Tay lorsport Everybody had forgotten It except Louis Ho had a grievance or believed ho had and it haunted his mind until It became his dream by night and tho InspIrer to vengeance by day COAL LANDS SOLD An Eastern Syndicate Buys 25000 Acres In Eastern Kentucky ML Sterling Ky Aug 2GTho North American Coal Co headed by J Plorpont Morgan of Now York has just completed a purchase of 25000 acres of coal lands In Pike Johnson and Floyd counties in tho Dig Sandy valley The lands cost about 300000 and developments will bo begun at once The coal company has an option on 10000 acres additional A repre sentative of the company says several mines will be opened and railroads built to connect with tho C 8 O The entrance of Morgans company Into Eastern Kentucky means much tots vast undeveloped resources Woman Overturned a Saloon Sergent Ky Aug 25Mrs Mary Jones 36 a mountain woman of tho Knott county border who has fought tho liquor question for years wont to a nearby saloon of tho blind tiger kind and with great strength turned It over a 30foot embankment into the waters of Troublesome creek Destructive Cloudburst Paducah Ky Aug 25A cloud burst did great damage in this county Water on the country roads was six inches deep and in places fences five feet high were submerged Lightning damaged trees and barns and it is reported that several head of cattle woro killed His Bond Placed at 5000 Frankfort Ky Aug 26 Deputy United States Marshall F L Horn of Knott county who several days ago shot and killed Irvin Short an alleged moonshiner surrendered himself to Commissioner Chapman and was re leased on bond of 5000 to answer to tho United States district court Poolrooms May Reopen Newport Ky Aug 26 Negotiations undor way looking to tho location hero of the poolrooms recently compelled to close up in Covington With tho final closing of tho Latonia raco track it is said that the operators will try It in Campbell county A College Contract Let Scottsvllle Ky Aug 25 Contracts havo boon signed for tho construction of tho now college to be erected In Scottsvllle Tho contract calls for the completion of tho building in 00 days Railway Sued Dy Administrator Henderson Ky Aug 25Tho administrator of tho estate of John War nor has filed suit for 15000 damages against tho Illinois Central Railroad Co Warner was run over and killed by defendants train last June Cut His Throat Covington Ky Aug 26 George Woolfel an export machinist who shot his former employer Richard C Stow art of the Stewart Iron works in this city last February 16 committed sui cide at his home in Cincinnati by cut ting his throat On An Embezzlement Charge Mt Sterling Ky Aug 26N D Archibald cashier of the defunct West Uberty bank at West Liberty Morgan county has been arrested on the charge of embezzlement connected fflth the failure of tho bank JUMPED FROM A ROOF But the Fugitive Was Caught By Offi eon As He Landed Lexington Ky Aug 26After elud ing the police for three months Ollle Bush son of a prominent Henry coun ty farmer was brought hero from his fathers homo and arraigned before County Judge Bullock on a charge made by Miss Rosa McKenna aged 18 In default of 1000 ball ho was remanded to jail to await trial The charge against Bush was mado threo months ago and tho young lady in question Is now confined In a hospital in Louisville Ky Tho young people were both employed at the Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum in this city The complainant Is the daughter of Mrs John Vaughn of Fifth and Chest nut streets and Is ono of tho most beautiful young girls In the city When the officers from this city at tempted to arrest Bush ho made an unsuccessful effort to es apo by way of the roof of his fathers house Ho was caught as ho jumped to tho ground THE THIRD REGIMENT It Arrives In Camp Yelser is Com posed Principally of Veterans Paducah Ky Aug 2GTho Third regiment arrived at Camp Yelser The Bloody Third as it Is known for valiant service in the Philippines is composed principally of veterans The companies are from Bowling Green Central City Henderson Hopklnsvllle Mayfield Owensboro Madlsonvllle and Earllngton Another storm hit the camp at 1 oclock There was a small panic among the general officers Coy Beckham and his staff For an hour tho lightning was ono continuous flash Tho governor worked heroically with Gen Haley to keep their tent from going down Both were drenched with rain This was the second storm the governor experienced in camp in 24 hours Friday night Gov Beckham and staff gave the society people of Paducah a german at the Park pavilion FIRE AT PADUCAH Three Tobacco Warehouses With Con tents Were Destroyed Paducab Ky Aug 24Flre destroyed tho J W Farmer and Z C Gra ham Tobacco Co warehouses and the Herndon and Tucker rehandling house with between 600 and 800 hogsheads of tobacco Loss between 75000 nnd 100000 Mostly covered by Insur ance James Harrison colored drop pod dead at tho fire from heat Trotters To Meet Lexington Ky Aug 24 Secretary Wilson of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association says It la likely that he will arrange a threecor nered match raco here in October be tween Sweet Mario Tlverton and Sa die Mack He says it looks now as though these stars will be fit to meet In a genuine contest for 10000 a side by the time of tho Lexington moot or 30000 for tho winner Stampede Among Tax Payers Glasgow Ky Aug 25 Frank A Lucas auditors agent for tho state atlargo has created somewhat of a stampede among the tax payers of this county by notifying 300 of them of personal property omitted by them ranging in amounts from 300 to 30 000 and running from ono to five years Fifty Men on Guard Lexington Ky Aug 26Go Roger D Williams arrived hero from Russell villo with the Lexington And Frankfort companies of tho Second regiment having loft a provisional company of 50 men and a Galling gun under command of Capt Longmlro to guard the prisoners who aro to be tried for as saultlng Mary Gladder Coal Mine Sold Spottsville Ky Aug 24 Announce ment was made of the sale of the Arnold coal mines hero by itho Green River Coal Co to a party of Pennsyl vanla capitalists The transfer will take place at once and several new shafts will bo sunk Tho property is said to bo worth 150000 Died of Hydrophobia CovIngton Ky Aug 24About six weeks ago the 11yearold son of Wm Wollbrock living on tho Lexington pike was attacked by a supposed mad dog and bitten about tho face Ho la dead Husband and Wife Accused of Forgery Compton Ky Aug 25A warrant has been Issued for James Little and wife Jointly accused of forgery A check bearing tho name of J Ab Al len alleged to have been forged was presented to a bank for collection Wealthy Timber Merchant Killed London Ky Aug 26 George Farris a wealthy timber merchant of Grays Knox county was shot and killed near hero Facts hero devoloped which point to a probability that Farris was murdered by a negro and robbed Lives Week With His Brain Exposed Stlthton Ky Aug 26Charles athern 50 is dead from a wound Lathe head selfinflicted on August 16 le used a shotgun and lived a week with part of his skull torn away and the brain exposed 11 1 1 1 1011 1 1 1 Ii I 1 I 1 1 H H 1 H 1 r1 1 11 1 I I H I I I I H 1 I 1 I 11 +1 Eastern Kentucky News No OMTtIpen4enco pnbUhed nnles slgaed to tall by the writer The same Is net tee publlutlon but a II nt4tnce of rood faith Write plaJlI1y 4t1I1f1 1H H 1 J t 1 1 1 I f llrll MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Aug 21Clay Maupin of Whitosl Station and his niece Mrs Tom Pow ors of Feytontown spent Wednoeda with Mr and Mrs J C Armstrong Miss Ida Maupin spent Sundn night with MHWB Jnnnio and Lizzi Btirdutt Mr mid Mre Eli Cornel ison spent Sunday near Slate Lid SpringsMr high MoKuehnn tint wife speutSunday ovoniug with Mr and Mrs Dnn Mnupin Mrs Curt Thorpo and littlo daughter Mar Belle loft for Hamilton Ohio Satur day for a visit to MreShnrps brother Mr Claude Fortune Miss Mnggif Adams is upending a fow weeks with hor sister Mn Maud Tisdalo al- I Whites Station Messrs Howard Johnson Jell Wilson Willie Adams Henry Baker and Paschal Taylor vis ted Lexington Ky SundayMrs Nettie Dakar Miss Edith Whito and Mr Albert Baker of Indianapolis Ind returned home Sunday accom ip5uied by Mrs Bakers sister Miss Johnson who will make an I extended visit there Thoy wore also accompanied as far as the city of Cincinnati by Messrs Prod and Si Johnson and Miw Joido Hnrris Mr and Mrs Joe Mnupin Mrs Etta JCinnnnl And baby and Air Kinnnrds sister Miss Jennie Burdott spoilt Thursday with the family of Daniel Mnupin Miss Lizzie Maupin spoilt Sunday night with the Misses Mollie and Murtie Johnson Messrs James Anderson and John W Ballard loft Friday for Martinvillo Ind They will remain there several weeks for their henHbMr Pitt Bongo nod daughter Mattie left Sunday for a fow weeks visit to relatives at London ly1isIlena J ones spent Saturday night with Misses Mollie Bertha and Murtie Johnson BARE KNOB Aug 2SThe protracted meeting at this plate is still in session Mrs Lizzie Davis is visiting her father at Red IIotlsoT J Lake who lies heeD very sick hAS returned to JacksonA C Hart has boon visiting at his motherinlaws near Kingston George the infant son of Kallio Davis has been very sick Quito a few people of this place nro planning to attend the association at Scaffold Cane this weekMr R L Richardson our merchant has purchased a new buggy Messrs Grant AbranH and Sheridan Baker of Big Hill visited J W Lake Mon day JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Aug 28Mi Edna Wilson ro turned to Kirby Knob Sunday ovo ning from a visit to her homo near Travellers RestThe teachers as sooiation held at Sand Gap Aug 20 was much enjoyed by at least a num bor of the teachers Misses Laura and Nanuitf Hatfield confess to have enjoyed their drive homo almost as much as the basket dinner which at noon they considered the boat part of the association Mint Jcrnue who has boon very ill for some time is- conraluscingA new church house is being rapidly erected at Cave Springs The people of that vicinity are eager for its progress nnd are looking forward to a revival in the near future The Cnvo Spring school is progressing nicely with Laura Hatfield SB teacher Powell school Is going wellwith Louis Ward as teacher who claims to have the most obedient and easiest controUod school in Jackson county EVERGREEN August 28W aro having fine weather now Everybody is busy in this neighborhood making and hauling crows UesWo have had a fine meeting at Pine Groru Our pastor Rev F C Kitchen preached us some goodsermonsEdward Lake cuts from two to five saw logs every day T J Lake is logging on Horse Lick CreokMrs S S Clark is ill B C Martins mule baptized hUn ill Birch Lick Creek last Monday on him way from McKeo- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY WILDIE Aug 2SMrs Julia Azboll and Miss Lana Fi hare visiting at Bores Miss E Browning of Louisville is the guest of her brother Joe at Woods hatolW H Moore of Boron was down to see his sister Miss Etta SuturduyA W Stewart made a flying visit to Mt Vornon Saturday Charlie Chandler our hustling drummer was in town last week Miss Alma Brooks of Columbus 0 is visiting her brother Jim Brooks i Jack Ping of Mt Vornon was hero a few dqys last week represent 11ing the Brown Memorial school If David Williams nnd Mrs Nun- n nio Albright of Mt Vornou are the week with A W I jspending family Jim Abner of I I I J I I J I J I J tJ J I J I J 1111 11 I friendInnc1Apart Fish spoilt Sunday with A W Stewart Miss Etta Moon Wlldios popular school teacho spout Sunday with Miss Snruh Stow nrtWoods Johnson t Junes onr merchants wore in Louisville Just week LETCHER COUNTYIMAY KINO Aug 20 Plenty of rain Ed Policy has just returned from Norton nlieu Wobb passed tiara Sundn on route to Wash Kincors Join Richardson with Ormond A Co Norton Vn was coiling on our merchants FridayBillie William thud at his homo Friday He lava many friends to mourn his loss A peddler pURSed lore Saturday sclliii his trashy articles People Iwwiro J L Halbrooksiinil wif hart jus returned from Virginia whorl thM bare boon attending the Association OWSLEY COUNTY CONKLINO Aug 2iTho ToachorV Assotia tiou is to lw held at Doe CrwU tin school so ufliuiontly taught by N F Ambrose on Saturday tin socoml dam of September All ire cordially in riled to come and hoar the pxx speeches and jmrtakoof the hospitality of our friends Hon T P Gal hurl has promised to give us n speed nod all who hmo heard him know that thou who go to hoar him arc not disappointed Mrs Nnn Bowlee has just returned from Clay County whoro she has boon visiting her son Flndley whoso leg was broken last week the wiling of a stone block by labororVni Mninons of this place together with three others are logging on Island Creek Mr Mainoua is the cook They report prosperous times in the camp NF Ambrose expects to start for Colorado Springs about September 7 Wo will ill miss Nnthnn from the Sunday Schools Long live the Citizen COW CREEK August 23 Pete Hacker like 3iie DfogenflB of old is milking all the other mule dealers got out jf his sunshine Pete says a man- Ian be wise wad not sloop in a tub Jack Barker mss come back homu whore his beau lives atCharley fivers olo says melons grow bettor slid larger for n man when his wife tole as ovoreetr Edward Erereolt lias just returned from Hyden Ky whore he hRS been visiting T L 3abburd Anderson Frost of Jack son County has loon visiting his son John W Frost recently Come again inch AnsoA Evorsolo is in the logging busiuessGJad to eeo Uncle Joe Allen out again Uncle Joe is a etfran of the civil war and a hero 3f the battle of Wild CntBm Jennings and B Mclntosh arc hauling ties for Gabbard Bros Taylor Gab bard is teaching school on Indian Creek Grassy Branch school and F Moore is torching on Meadow Crook L C Rose schoolGnbbard Bros boo their new store house nearly finished Cow Creek does not want to boast of any groat deeds done or ingle for compliments from other parts of the country but we have furnished this county and others luring time past ten years with twenty ive teachers Of this number three ire practicing physicians two are preachers two firstclass carpenters ono blacksmith ono teaching n high ichool and ono is n nominee for the Kentucky Stato Legislature They a1l owe whatever of success they nay have attained thus far in their ivee to the training which they have ecoived at Boron College Alfred Sversolo is building n now shop Bascotn Rose M Dwlia has been itnoticing his profession on Longs Oreok is suffering with a serious ittack of typhoid furorBill Moore iroko one of the tendons of his shoulder while lifting logs Wednes LayCarr Turner nephew of John C Eversole out his log badly while hopping logs Monday Tandy Frost is drilling wells in Brenthitt Jounty Pete Hacker has got the gout in his great too- FLOYD Aug 20Miss Cort passed through mere Monday returning from Boone ille Logging is carried on a groat heal in this community time log vagon anti the voice of the teamster ire hoard on every handWo are proud to realize that wo Bro having a placeWodo their utmost to help the teacher ind make it more successful Wo nro immuring plenty of rain in this locality Eating watermelons seems to be time chief occupation of the wopje now There was meeting at 01111SunduyproachcrTh Grassy Branch Lit a rrnry Society will debate against the Iiifwrwill Debating Society next Thursday night A hot debate is expected OABBARD Aug 20Arthur B Cort of- Greonshur nt this plnco last Saturday and SlInI1nI Watermelons are ripe null tho boys aro plucking themTho noise of tho gun eon bo hoard on ovary silo which tolls us that the squirrels are having n hard timoProf Campbell will preach hero SundnyB T Huff has gone to Leslie county to worltIrs Mary J Fox of lower Buffalo visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Lucy Reynolds of Evorsolo visited rein tires nt this place Saturday and Sun dnyW 0 Gnbbard is Buffering considerably with asthma Henry Caliban is on Cow Crook this week Grant Gabbard sawed his log very badly last week MUSIC DEPARTMENT I Prof Ralph Rigby who has bwi nngngod as director of music conies to us with the best recommendations After lining graduated from tho Town State Normal School he pursued hi studios for throe years at tho Olx r tin Conservatory of Music While in Oburlin ho wns time leading tenor of the Glee Club anti also of tho famous Second Church Choir Wo look forward to this good tfmw we UfO going to have musically and assure our friends that thosatnoliigh standing of the past will bo main tained Tine teaching of Piano and Organ tho coming year is to be in charge of Miss Bernice L Tullnr of Shelby Midi She lute a diploma train tilt American elTatoryof ankle in Chicago besides a teachers corlifluaU upon the oomplolkMi of tine Normal Course in Muefa in that Institution studied one year with Madam Blitz and the past year with Emil Liubliog of Chicago Young people dteiriiiR to make home more cheery and pleasant or to he helpful in the music of their homo Sunday Schools through the ability to tlay the onbinot organ should avail themselves of tine opportunity of study under an olllcitMit instructor The College Band will he under tho leadership of 0 M Simpson who ties done so much for this organization and given it a reputation which should be the airy of nay institution of learning The Glee Club and Harmonfa will receive now inspiration Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profes sion Road time diaplny advortisemeut of tho six Morso Schools of Tola graphy in this issue amid learn how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy and bo assured a position n LIVERTROUBLES inndThdford TI eMrmoght 5r a rood medicine for leu r diespentratewIthdoctors line I UkoMU8 I AKOLINB MARTIN Parkenbun W Va If your liTer does not set to your druggist and secure a package of Tbedford take a dose tonightThis great famlll constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thcdfords Black Draught will cleanse the im purities and strengthen the kidneys A liver invites biliousness chine and fever and all manner of lick ness and contagion Weak kidneys in Origbts disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent of Thedfords Black keptinfleckDraughtplaint and found notblnr to excel ItWILLIAM COFYMAN liarblebead 1- 11THEDFORD5 BLACK DRAUGI1T CHINESEOOYCOTTIIt Negotiations as a Topic of Interest in China THE BAN ONAMERICAN GOODS Tho Poking Government Issued In Btruetlous to Provincial Officials Which Read Well Out the Officers Construe With tho Belle That the Government Sym pathlzea With the Exclusion of American Goods Poking Aug aOThe boycott ot American goods by Chinese merchant almost overshadows tho peace nego tlatlons as a topic of Interest in China Accounts reaching Puking from trod Ing centers liullonto that the govern meat attained Its greatest strn U early In August and since than has boon decreasing Nowhere except 111 Shanghai has American budnoM n ctlved a BoriouB blow The boycott would have been equally nccwwful fti TienTMn which Is a distributing market for American goods second any to Shanghai except for the detwrmlnw repression of Yuan Sfclkal who 10 at must the only Chinese viceroy reoilj ruling his own province The Peking government in reapoHM to Minister nockhllls rsprtwentaUeni issued Instmcttons to prorlnoinl om tvala which read well but which the officials construe with the better that the gorarnnfent sympathises wtth Uw sentiment against the exclusion of Am ericnn goods although obliged format ly to oppose the method of Its xpraa Mon Several minor otllotals are tin plicate in the movement at Stmngbal and Its leader holds the rank of taO by which the government might IHIH lab thorn according to the custom t- It were in earnest Lurid Stories of Outrages Many important merchants who em barked In the boycott now repent at the seliwno but It has iwseeri bayer tblr control lute the hands of linlta tors the majority of whom are Id- eRta many recently returned tram Japan and dome from Amertoa wh relate at and In nswttpapw lurid atone of ontragea reoeve4 at the heads of American ImralBmU offleials The agitators are active priDdpato In the central and eoathWA cities They have abadooed the ortgi- al deaiaoil that the Chines students sad merchants be admitted to America RI freely as those of other wutonall tiN and now are dstMMidlM the uu Mtrieted entry of alt Chino They tegav that It this amen ssoceds the same coercion stay M employed gainst Canada Australia Java aad 8n coaatrles in which Chinese Hve The satin newspapers whleh have become inBimtlal only since Ute borer uprising and tIIe somber wlereof Ir muKlptylMR are a powwr factor In fanning the imitation TN best Informed foreigners behave that the boycott has passed Its climax and will gradually subside bttt the cessation cf orders for AHOT lean goods Is merely temporary aad bat a decrease of entire now will re pelt IN a correepondlng Itiereatfe later In the year IN A HURRICANE It Is Feared 400 Lives Were Lost InI the Channel of Korea London Aug aoThe correspond ant of the Daily Telegraph at Leghorn suds a report received from Nagasaki ot the overtaking of a hundred fishing boats by a hurricane off Goto Iudbelonging to the Japanese archipelago In time channel of Korea The report rays that 400 mop aro missing And Its feared they have been drowned- BartlettFranklin Went Point N Y Aug aoThwedding of Second Lieut Leroy Bart Mt and Slice Mary Bowie Franklin of San Antonio Tox took place in the cadet ohapel hers Miss Franklin iii- a niece of Or Aden Winflold S Sohlay lankow Railroad Is Sold To China New York Aug 30As the result ot tho conference between tho proa lent and J P Morgan at Oyster Bay the Chinese Development Co held a mooting and ratified tho sole of the lankow railroad book to China Will Make Loans Now York Aug 30611 informed making Interests in this city ore of Ibe opinion that the treaty of peace botween Russia and Japan will soon be followed by a Russian loan and with another later by Japan Montana Cowboy Won Dos Moines la Aug aOJack Ca oy tho Montana cowboy defeated Doc Fillmore Canadian champion in a wrestling match horo Carey took tho first two falls in 19 minutes and 20 seconds and 12 mlnutos Meat Is Luxury In Germany Berlin Aug aOTho price of moat In Germany is rising has risen In act almost to famine rates Tho ad vance is due to regulations closing tho frontiers against Russian meat and imorlcan tinned meats Killed on Way Home From Church 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