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HHIHHHMHWH44W BEREA PUBLISHING CO L EVUPPER Manager r Hhti IatVAePeaafratThnaIaetxedAnts +F i11MiIIE1i I1Ii1ItIIIII IIVOL VII Fivo a cqpy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1905 One dollar a yeas NO 1 2 ITAKE NOTICE FtllTarm Opens September 13 First oxorclno is clmjHil nt 8 n m Offices op oar lho tiny before Tuesday lit 2 pm ut which limo nil sttidontH in town should register nod Rouuro their Rchodulofl for the term I IDEAS ILot your rooronlions ho manful Slovak not evil of tho absent for it in unjtmt Ho not hasty to boliovo Hying ra jxirU to tho diflrmrngommil of any Every action in cX lIIpnllY lIght to ho with BOIIIO sign of raipoGt to those prmontLabor t to keep alive in your brunet that little Hpnrk of coltmtlul lire mil eel consoionco Think Iwforoyou flponk pronounce not iwrfeotly nor bring out your words too hastily but ordorly nod dmlinctly L Tiio foregoing woro innxrtim uf George WuMiliigtonH wltloli tho toliveIN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho yollow fever Bcourgo nt Now OrleniiH nocnm to ho iindor control nt MINI Louifttnna HOOIIW to havo taI uu n quite proper stop in tleclnring tho place of n wealthy plantar to IMJ a public mitaanco iiiruiinucili ns he refused to contribute to or allow tho erection of an uinorgonoy hospital upon hm place for thu truatmunt of n tL number of Italians ntrickon with the fever Chicago has recently been vIsited by storms KontuokySlato Labor Day lore IU usual quota of half or wholly tlninkon oxouwfons cecblfyliig8 inantlos eta find organized labor IH not to ho hull entirely TtIfIpolslhlo for those drop pingH Jilt of ml The thirtyninth annual wminp of the Grand Armyof the Kiipubllo tIll in Dourer this week ConunlMtfaiiar Greene of the Fidernl Civil Swviva Commission BlaUw tltat DtHituomtft in thu South iw a cliww do not twrtioipate in thu civil feirvico oxniniimtkiwniii thAt this icoomits for Southorn Statin not nwiriug tbslr quota of appoint iwnUJroriidont Zintutevtmu 61 the 0n riiiiwti Hmniltott and Dayton rail road ham secured nn option ou over 00000 acres of onnl nail timber laud in the Kentucky mountains Robert Boron of Now York la to BUCCWK Irwiuin 11 LtfotniH RH First AMtutant Secretary of Stnto He will ntwnnio his now duties in October Mr John Wnnrfnmker of Plilla dolphin recently invited Prln TukogeotoSouthern Ikniilwiw are ho0 ngotJltYlion Hoko Smith ntndiditlo for Governor of Georgia hued n fold quarter of nil hour ruCtlItIot to answer diplomatically certain questi31M oncerdng his at titude upon tho negro question FROM THE WIDE WORLD It IB Ixdicved at Hamburg that there will IKJ no further spread of cholora Zanzibar is declared to ho infected Wholhqr President Roosuvolt had anything to do with inducing the JUA to recede from thoir indemnity demnndH or not ho will gut tho credit for bringing about JMMICO boo tween tho two warring nations Tim treaty pf pones between Russia and Japan was signed at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon Soldiers of the ItiiHsian army are sivW to have been pleased with its forma while tho Japanese wore much dissatisfied Cliolem has arod among tho couvictH in the lKinitentiary at Krone Prussia Japan scorns to have fully won her contention that Korea shall hence forth be under Japanese control Both Japan and Ruwjia ngrco to abandon Manchuria The Shah of Persia is just now on n visit to the Czar of Russia No political significance is to bo attached to this move since it is the Shiihs custom every year to visit some EuroMMUi hOOIlIlIIoUtsJ Tito toted single truck railway mi leage in tho United States on Juno 80 1001 was 21 JOOJ I mlleti hav log increased 50871 tin tho your ending on that date The roads are capilaliAd at 540205 a mile null give employment to 1210121 toes or 011 per hundred miles Presidents omco X THE CITIZEN CAPT JN WlL ON AND VCTCNANI AT DtRCA Tho above pioturo was taken boforo tho Tooth of Copt Wilson the man who put tho first U S flag on CountyforIInelidingthoTREATY SIGNED I I On Consummation of the Htstor lull Act n Salute Was Fired at the Navy Yard MR WITTE SIGNED IT FIRST Secretary Polrce Coy McLane Adm Mead and the Mayor of lorts mouth W tlro 1rosent Rain Which Had neon Falling Ceased and the Sun Which Had seen Invisible For Three Diyi Shone Forth Porttmotitb N II SetL GTheL- rtIaty of pest Iwtwcwv Unmla and Japan CIa s sd by Uae rvpraevnta Ilros of the empires at 147 p m Tuesday On the last ant of the eon attMMatloii ot the great historical net a MtoU was art at tile united 9Ula RaW raN en 1KM11rry Mr Wilt aeeotDpUIM by IWtv De HMMH M Mr 1ka M Loll use tel fw dw MTy yart at It p ra The rain wkleh had been faMlq In tor rmta for ball an hair prevloiuly to thla this mMitfMty oca M and the sun whlek aad not bees yalbf9 for threej dara shone forth heron Kowura Mlolator Takabtra and Mr D nHiMR the legal advlMr of the Jspsnsse envoys left at ZMS In an automobile for the navy yard They were greeted by the guest of the Hotel gathered on the veranda to wttn llwr departure lltabop Hm ry C Potttr of New York was anwng tile number llaron KowHra pointing at the sun said sinlllngly It la a good omen for peace- IJuoa Kotnura had been proedalt by another motor oar which carried Mr Sato and the JnpanMa secretaries tak ing their copy of the peace treaty In a lance black leather portfolio Doth Huston and Japanow missions on tpsir arrival lit the navy yard wore received at the ontranM of the building by Adm Mood while two compan lee of marines commanded by MdJ Moses rendered mllltnry honors Copies of the Treaty Compared The copies of thfrlreaty of peace draught to the navy yard had been carefully oompared by tho secretarial of tho two miwlons In order to avoid I the necMSlty of reading them before the signing at which ononagea ox tmueous to the negotiations assisted Whoa tho secretaries had assigned the perfect oxactneM of the two cqnJof ol tho treaty the plonlpotentlnrles nut I too other members of the two mlsflloni entered the conference hall accompanI lei by Assistant Secretory Pelrco lay McLane Adm Mead and tho mayor of Portsmouth Mr WHto the chief of the Russian plenipotentiaries Will the first to sign hU name to tho treaty After the corn monies of the signing of the treaty baron Do Rosen delivered a short speech pointing out tho Importance of the event and tho Influence It will have In thorolatlons between the two countries He ended by expressing the satisfaction he felt nt tho good rela lions which have characterised the work of tho plenipotentiaries Baron Koinura replied paraphrasing Baron Do Rosens speech and expressing his thanks for tho kind words addressed to himself and the members ot his mis sion Tho entire Russian mlsfilon headed by Mr Wltto attended a thanksgiving service celebrated in Christ Hplsconal church both by American and Russian clergymen A Synopsis Following Is a synopsis of the PIIICII treaty which may bo the most impar tnnt historical fuaturo of tho 2flth oon fury Tho Instrument opens with a pro amble reciting that his majesty the oniperort the autocrat ot all tho Run- T4A MaR and his majesty the emperor ol Japan desiring to close the wyand having appointed their respective Ipotentlartoa have sonic to an agree1 meat eu a treaty of p eArticle 1 stipulates for the reeatab llahmfiit of friendship between the two empires In article 2 UM ennpe rer of Russia recognises the nrenon 4 rsnt PolItical military and ecoaoJt lonl Interest of Japan In Korea and stipulates that Russia will not oppose any measures for Its government that Japan will deem necessary to talte In Korea It Is nmtually agreed In Artiste 9 that Manchuria shall be evon- tied by both armies All tights aj quired by prtrata persons and com Males shall rcnwtn Intact Russian Property To Be Respected The rights pomiiisssd by RwMla in oontormlty vrttb tM MM by foals of Port Arthur sad Belay tof tfcsi with tN mod and watery adjacent shall pull over ta their eattrety to Japan but the properties and rights ol Russian nbjeets are to be afe guardJ ed and respected It is agreed not to put say obstacle to the general measures cw leh shall be Mike for all nations that Chins may take for the development commercial and Industrial work t MttMlrarla The Mancbnrlan rallwsj sbnM be operated Jointly betwJtn Ilea Nit and Japan at Ifouaac Tehen Ras ata ee tea to Japan tile soetberR poi of Sanhalln island as far north as the 60th degree of north latitude togethei with the Island depending thereon The rights of free navigation Is as cured In the bays of La Pertmse and Tarter Article 10 recites the situation ol Russian MI bjsets on the southern pen uf SngbaMn land and stipulates that Russian ootanUrts there shall be free and shall have the right to remain without ahaRKtHK their nationality The Fishery Rights nneet sian Russia IU1jutJapan Sea The commercial treaty between the two jovermnenu extllltlDII Ute tear will be renewed H prtslonlJ8wine I oAt to be supported by doouments I byII IS months after the signing of the treaty At Ute eaplratton at the 18 j months the two unrUes will only be II1I1W61UiPUBLIC PRINTER PALMER I President Roosevelt Has Demanded His Resignation Washington Sept Gpubllc Printer W F Palmor practically has been ousted from office It Is learned au thoritatively that President Roosevelt had demanded Mr Palmers resigna lion to take effect on the 16th Inst The demand of tho president t Palmers resignation was sine PrimaII fly to the latUrs action In trying to force Oscar J Rlcketts foreman of printing and L C Hay n foreman of division out of tho gdveniment j printing oIQca Mr Palmer asked for the resignations of Rlcketts and Hay on the ground that they had boon In subordinate Tho pijbllo printer form ulated a seriw uf olinrgos against the two mon Those ohargoa It IS Known wero for warded to Oyster hay As soon as President Roosevelt learned of the sit lIultlichim his resignation to take affect In two weeks I Trust Cases Postponed I Chicago Sept GTho govornmonta prosecution of the Chlcng packers for alleged violation of the antitrust laws was scheduled to begin Tuesday On tho motion of Attorney J S Miller representing the packers the hearing of tho cases was postponed till September 18 1t STEAMER IQSGO It Is Feared She Foundered in Lake Superior During tho Fierce Gale CARRIED A CREW OF 19 MEN Tlio Total Number of Lives Lost Is Dolioved to lie iJJ and May Bo Increased A Life Preserver Marked tosco Was Found and Quantities of Other Wreckage Were Passed By a Tug Near Huron Island PeqiMmlg Mich GThe- r been of Cleveland which had the unfortunate schooner Olive Jeanette in tow during the destructive torn last Sunday will probably be added to the gradually growing list of Suap Won wu emnroatidod by Cupt Nelson OoHjraw and carried a crew of 19 mon It is certain that the Olive Jeanotto la lost The light house keeper on Hu ron Island saw the big schooner go down four miles north of the light about 4 oclock Sunday afternoon No steamer was In sight at that time and ae tbr0 days hove elapsed since the Olive Jeanette foundered the owners of the IOBCO havo given up hope that the steamer lived through tho storm The Sow of tho crow of tho losco would bring tho total of those who lost their lives in tho storm to 39 a number which may bo Increased as a number of boats known to have been out on the gale have not yet reported Wreckage Seen Wreckage seen tends to confirm the belief In the loss of tho losco Quan titles cf wreckage were passed by the tug D t Hebard near Huron Island where the Jeanette went down 10800Ibays The Tosco and Jeanette laden with Iron Ore loft Duluth last Thurs day bound for Lake Erie They were caught In tho storm when halt way down Lake Superior and apparently turnod back In the hope of gaining shelter among tie Islands cost ot Ko weenaw peninsula Just whore the loacO broko loose from her tow may never bo known but as no steamer was In sight whoa tho Jeanetto went down It Is believed the Tosco founder ed mush oarllor In tho day The Tosco was owned by W A Hawgood Co ef Cleveland and was insured for 155 000 In Peril For 66 Hours Duluth Minn Sept GTIte steam er Simon Langoll towing the schoon ers W 1C Moore Aronac and Inter taken arrived horejifter having exper ienced 00 of continuous peril In the recent northeaster During theI entire period not a man on the bontI secured a wink of sleep and but IHUoI to pal For two hours owing to n break In tho steering cable the boats were helpless In the trough of a terrtI ble sea that was running and it wasI feared nil would go to tho bottom Capt Taylor of tho Injerlaken was blown teen the forecastle deck and barely saved himself from going overboard Ho was seriously Injured A named Conyen was struck by a broken gaff and badly hurt Tho boats wore heavily laden with limestone and had but little freeboard showing coo sidering the kind of weather they en countered Missingi F Qrlndell principal of tho public schools at Douglas who has been ox ploring the Tiburon Island In the Gulf of California Inhabited by Sort In notI rt 3iIIJtElIIitIiIIIIIIHIftfA Eight Pages tII II tHHH coats Kovoro ntnnt hold npx Itohit Sept Olive hcAirs tailor iiMs U K nti 11 c tuwAatltAn JJJ1 CAAI TAAUIWZjtAoo July 27 1905 i fc AN OLD SHOT BAG Io neithor fireproof nor bur i1ars proof Our fireproof vault and our absolute burglarproof tme = lock safe are at YOUR service free Sp l1taccounts are as welcome as the t ttwatch it grow Wo wantitohelp save your monoy Come in and Yf1t talk 11 over 11 + Yourntruly r J asnlor j Youre Invited To pay our store a lengthy call that you may inspect tho KentuckyCOMEgoods are all for sale we advertise and encourage homo buying und we dont have to- GBUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never failITo make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS e Honest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges DC Quality will all testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOESY They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I I Our Big 4 IOLIVEREverybody saves money by trading at 1 WELCHS oSogogoSo ollo ogotDotlo ogoMogologogogotlodogo0omoo I Our Special Sale j0 00i Closed Thursday night We haveb- een very busy this week openingo 0 up Fall Goods that came in during the fifteen day sale and we areo 0 now prepared to show you o o- o o Many New Styles in i o 0 J Ladies and Mens Fine Shoes iL o 0 o For Fall oi o O Ci o o C o JIt Q o Give us a call o to The NEW CASH STORE i r o o a C C KHODUS Proprietor IOOOo ooooooooooooo o oooooooo I J t A TWILIGHT VOYAtiE The shadows have fallen across the green eras The bright gold has died from the west The birdies and flowers the babies and bees Are thinking of going to rest Then come my sweet darling Its close in my arms And Away Into dreamland well float Oer the soft rippling wavelets of Drowsy eye MO In the wonderful Rookaby boat Dear mother Is helmsman the nookaby bOAtIFor there In the distance Crlbtand Are wooing the baby to rest We drowsily float neoth the shImmer- Ing glanee Of a fatty moons radiant beams And le we are near to our first stopping place At the beautiful Island of Dreams What I wonderful plane Is this Island of Dreams With Us millions of dollies and toys Its butterscotch houses and sugarplum trees The delight of all wee girls and boysl Then httehaby darling dose fast your blue eyes And away to the dream Isle well ream Oer the velvety turf with the fairies to playUntil shall bid us come home Mabel JJ Pike In Thresher World Dri and I 67 1BV1NO BACHELIEB Anther of Eben HoM n It O rrel of the Blessed Isles Etc Oopjrttbt nol by Lottrop PnbU hln Compur CHAPTER IV CONTINUED The night wore on our fires burned low As the approaching day began to light the clearing we heard a sound that brought us all to our feet A burst of bugle notes went chasing over the timber fand to the tune of Yankee Doodle We looked at one another in surprise Then came a thund r of hoofs in the distance the ragged outline of a troop of cavalry Soldiers said Arv as he raised his pikeThe British r somebody asked Dunno said he Aln no Injuns I dont bltove A troop of cavalry was approaching at a gallop They pulled up a few rods away and Jammed into a crescent ot rearing trampling horses We could see they were American soldiers We all lowered our guns Who are you one of them shouted GlUtene my father answered Why are you armed To fight Injuns- A chorus of laughter came from the cavalry They loooM rein letting their horses advanceMy man said one of them a blg shako on his head there aint an Indian tween here an St Regis We thought you went British an Itslucky we did nt charge in the dark we d have cut you all to pieces before we knew who you were A body ot Infantry was marching down the pike They were the volun teers of Capt Darius Hawkins on their way to Ogdqnsburg with an es cart of cavalry from Sacketts Harbor The seare was over Women came out laughing and chattering In a few moments they were all in the road go- Ing bpmemen women and children- I enlisted with Capt Hawkins and hurried to the house and packed my things and bade them all Good bY CHAPTER V I followed the camp and took my place In the ranks at Ogdensburg We went immediately to tbo barracksa structure long and low and weather staIned overlooking the St awrencc There was a fine level field in front of it and a Slag waving at the top of a high staff The men cheered lustily that afternoon an they passed it where stood Gen Jacob Drown his cocked hat in his handa splendid figure of a man My delight In the life of a sol dier began that hour and has never left me- There was a lot of horseplay that e night in which some of the green boys were roughly handled They told me I remember that all new recruits had to fight a duel but when they gave me the choice of weapons I was well con tent I bad the sure eye of my father and the last time I had fenced with him there at home he said my arm was stronger and quicker than his had ever been Indod I was no sooner tall enough to swing a sword than he began teaching me how to use It In the wood back of the barracks that night they learned I was not a man to be fooled with Tho tall sergeant who stood 4 eforo me saw Ills jword go flying in tho gloom tbp second thrust he made at me and ran for his life amid roars of laugher I had no lack of friends after that day It was a year of surprises in the northern army and Drl was the greatest of all That long wiry sober faced Yankeo coffquored the smartness of the new camp in one decisive and immortal victory At first they wore disposed to poke fun at him Looks a little tired said the ser geant of the guard Needs rest thata whats matter o him said the captain Orter bo turned out t grass a lectio Tliile the adjutant suggested 7o compliments bo failed to hear soon came to him indirectlyiand he had much tolut up wIth his temper and umokPd thoughtfully and took it ajl in good part The night I I 4 k After he came they put him on guard dutya greenhorn with no knot ledge of any orders but gee atd haw They told him he should allow nobody to pass him while on duty but omitted to mention the countersign They in structed him in the serious nature of his task adding that his failure to I comply with orders would Incur the penalty ot death Drl looked very saber as he listened No man ever felt a keener sense of responsibility They Intended I think to cross the lines and take his gun away and have fun with him but the countersign would have interfered with their plans Dri went to his post a little after sundown The guard was posted The sergeant with his party of flux started back to tho guardhouse but they never got there They went as far as Drl He stood with his gun raised Come another step said he an1 Ill let the moonlight through yc They knew he meant it and they stood still Come forardone et a time said Drl Drop yer guns n set down Ye look tired They did as he commando for they could see ho meant business and they knew he had the right to kill Another man came along shortly Haiti Who comes there Drl de mandedFriend with the countersign he repliedCant fool me said Drl Come up here n1 set down n mek yerself t hum Drop yer gun fust Drop it er- I 11 drop you He dropped his gun promptly and accepted the invitation to sit down This last man had some arguments to offer but Drl stood sternly and made no reply At 11 oclock Capt Hawkins sent out inquiries for the sergeant of the guard and his relief He could find nobody who bad seen thorn since dark A corporal was also missing The captain sent a man to look for them Ho got as far as Dri and sat down They waited for him in vain Tho captain stood looting into the darkness and CONE ANOTHER STEP AN ILL LET TIlE MOONLIGHT THROUGH YE wondering about his men lIe conferred with Adjutant Church Then he sot out with two men to go the rounds Thoy got as far as Dri Halt Who gomes there he demanded Grand rounds was the answer of the captain Lay down yer arms said Drl an come up here n set down Have nt time said the captain falling at first to grasp the situation You tek time er I 11 put a hole n yer Jacket sold Drl One of tho privates turned quickly and ran Drl sent a shot after him that only grazed a leg and he kept on Then Drl gave all attention to his new prisoners They could see no amusement in dodging bullets they threw their arms on the sidehill and sat down with the others The captain swore as he submitted youseedNo I dont nuther said the cap tain Ye Ml hey t hey it anyway said Dri This beats h the captain an swered with a laugh A feeling of alarm began to spread The adjutant was standing In a group of men at headquarters soon after midnight They were ears under in the mystery The escaped soldier came running toward them out of the dark He was breathing heavily his leg was bleeding and sore Wall what Is IU the adjutant demanded Dri the man gasped and dropped down exhausted Drl the officer inquired Drl the man repeated its thet air man they call Drl lies roped in everybody thet come his way They re all sottln on the hill up there beside him Wont let a nan move when he gels him The adjutant snikcred ao he spat an oath He was made of iron that man Church Post a guard around him said he turning to an officer Tho dem fool d tok tho hull garrison cf we did nt Ill go n try to pull him off his perchiHe Ml lay ye up said the returned private baring his bloody leg Eft ye try t fool with him ye Ml limp See what he done t me The adjutant swore again Go t the hospital he commanded Then he strode away but ho did not return that night The rabdh was shining as the adjut apt ping jt sight andxballed the group of prisoners What yp setting there fort he shouted n Tou Ml known a minute said one of tli em- Haiti Who comes there Drt de mandod Friend with frleq1DrlCome up here n set down Stop foolln man said the adjut ant I aint afoolln Ho aint afoolln Ji means busi ness said one ot tho prisoners Dont ye tamper with me I MI teach you tho adjutant threatened Aint gain t tamper with ye a minute said Drl Ife dont set down here quick I Mt put a hole in I y Lunatic wha d ye mean I mean t turn yo out V grass a lectio while Drl answered soberly Yo look tired The officer made at him but In a flash Drl had knocked him down with his musket The adjutant rose and with an oath Joined the others Dunno but ho MI tok the hull garri son fore sunrise he muttered Let cm comemiGht cs well hay corn pnyA little before daylight a man sick In the hospital explained the situation lie had giVcn Drl his orders They brought him out on a stretcher The orders were rescinded the pris oners released Capt Hawkins hot to his toes with anger took Drl to headquarters Gen Drown laughed heartily when he heard the facts and told DrI he was made of tho right kind of stuff Those greenhorns are not nIce to play with he said They ro like some gunsloaded when you dont ex pect it We ve had enough skylark ing And when the sick man came out of hospital he went to the guardhouse After we had shown our mettle the general always had a good word for Drl and me and ho put us to the front In every difficult enterprise CHAPTER VI We had been four months in Ogdens burg waiting vainly for some provo ration to fight Our own drjlllng was the only sign of war we could see on either side ot the river At first many moved out of the village but the mill was kept running and after a little while they began to come back The farms on each side ot tho river looked as peaceful as they ever looked The command had grown rapidly Thurat Miles of my own neighborhood had sumo to enlist shortly after Dri and I enlisted and waa now in my company- In September Gen Drown was ordered to the western frontier and Capt Forsyth came to command us Early in the morning of October 2 a man came galloping up the shore with a warning saying that the river was black with boats a little way down Some of us climbed to the barracks roof from which we could see and count them There were 40 with two gunboats Cannonading began before the town was fairly awake First a big ball want over the housetops hitting a tupola on a church root and sending bell and timbers with a crush fto somebodys dooryard Then all over the village hens began to cackle and children to wall People came run fling out of doors half dressed A woman gathering chips in her door yard dropped them lifted her dress above her head and ran for the house Unable to see her way she went around In a wide circle for a minute or two while the soldiers were laughing Another ball hit a big watertank on top of the lead works It hurled brok en slaves and a big slop of water upon tho housetops and rolled a gloat Iron hoop over roofs Into the street be low where It rolled on chasing a group of men who ran for their lives before It The attack was an odd sort of a comedy all through for nobody was hurt and all were frightened save those of tis who wore amused Our cannon gave quick reply and soon the British stopped firing and drew near We knew that they would try to force a landing and wore ready for them We drove them back when they put off and that was the end of It Next came the fight on the lee in- Februarya thing not highly creditable to us albeit we were then but a handful And they were many But Drl and I had no cause for shame of our part In It We wallowed to our waists in the snow and it was red enough In front of us But the others gave way there on tho edgo of the river and we had to follow We knew weronevermade off with the others although a sabers point had raked mo In the tem ple and the blood had frozen on me and I was a sight to scare a trooper Everybody ran that day and the Brit ish took the village holding It only 21 hours For our Pert In It Drl got the rank of a corpoiol and I was raised from lieutenant to captain We made our way to Sacketts harbor where I went Into tho hospital for a month Then came a gulling time ot Idleness In Juno wo went with Gen Brown Drl and I and Thurst Milos and Seth Alexander rind a half dozen othersdown the river to the scene of our first fighting at Ogdensburg camp Ing well back In the woods It was tho evening of the 27th ot June that the general sent for me lie was at the mansion of Mr Parish where ho had been dining Ho was sitting in his dresssuit Ills dark eldowhlskers and hair were brushed carefully for ward Ills handsome face turned toward me with n kindly look Bell said he I wish to send you on very Important business You have all the qualities of a good scout You know tho woody You have our ago and skill and tact I wish you to start Immediately go along the river to Morrhtown then cut over Into the thisI the Chateau eRay tm teraysvme If you soo any signs ot the enemy send a report to mo at once I shall be here three days Tako Alexander Olin and Mlles with you they are all good men When your letter Is delivered report at the harbor as soon as possible I was on the rod with my party In halt an hour We were all good horse men Drl knew the shortest way out of the woods in any part of the north country Thurst had traveled the forest from Albany to Sacketts harbor and was tho best hunter that ever trod a trail In my time The night was dark but we rode at n gallop until we had left the town far behind us We wero at Morristown before midnight pounding on the door ot the Red Tav ern Tho landlord stuck his head out of an upper window peering down at us by the light of a candle Everything quiet I asked Everything quiet said he Crossed the river yesterday Folks go hick n forth bout the same way au over Wife s In Ellxabethtown now visiting We asked about tho west roads and wont on our way Long before day light wo wore climbing tho steep road at Rosslo to the Inn of tho Traveller- sResta tavern famous In Its time that stood halt up the hill with a store a smithy nnd a few houses grouped about it We came up at a silent walk on n road cushioned with sawdust Drl rapped on the door until I thought heI had roused the whole village At a man came to the upper window He too Inspected tis with a candle Then he opened the door and gave Ut n hearty welcome Wo put up our horsos for a bite and carne Into the barAnything now I Inquired Thoy say the British are camped this side of the river north ot us4 said he with a big tribe of Injuns Somo of their cavalry came within three miles ot us today Everybody scalrt f death He began to set out a row of glasses What Ml ye her he Inquired Guess I Ml tip a little blue ruin Int me said Drl with a shiver a a col nlfiht Seth and I called for the same An ouZ said the landlord turn Ing to Thurst Wal sold the latter as he stroked his thin board when I tuk the pledge I swore ot I hoped t drop dead fete I- ceo myself tek another drink I m Jest gain f abet my eyes n hold out my gloss I don care what ye gl Des long M It s eomethln powerful To Us Conttaued1 RESULT OF A PINPRICK Through It Information AVa Ob- tnlticd Which Led to a Great AMvnl Victory Nelson gained bis great victor of the Nile through a pin prick It cams about in this way says Stray Stories aUr John Acton than coraaanderln chief of tBo land and sea forces of Naples happened to be la his wifes dressingroom at the momeat site was preparing for dinner Lady Actons French trnkl was also In the room and was so startled at re ceiving a letter frotn her brother a sailor in tile French navy whom she believed to be dead that eke ran a pin Into her mistress flesh ApologlsJng for her oaretoenes the maid stated the canes of her Sill price With carefully tif reufd eagerness Sir John offered to read the letter while the maid continued her duties The maid gladly consented Having read the letter the ron manderlnrhlof left the house la search ot Lord Nelson who had In vain been seeking the French fleet lIe round him and Imparted to him the contents of the letter It gavo all the Information the admiral had so long endeavored to ob lain Setting sail immediately Ncfcioi rame up with the Froaea and the vie tory of the Nile was tho result Pniiailn Ilulnm- Kemble the artist while sketching In the mountains of Georgia recently employed an angular cracker nv a model The native when asked What his hours work was worth told Km bio that he thought a dime would be about right The artist showed him the sketches and asked him what he thought ot them Wall was the drawling reply seems to me its mighty puddlin business for a mlJ U be In but you must be makln sulhlo out ot It or you couldnt afford tt throwaway money like this fer jai gcttin a man to stand around data nothln Argonaut Orlulnlr Not It was night Theyhe and she were sitting 04 tho porch looking at the stars You know I suppose he whir pored what a young mans privilege Is when he sees a shooting star No she answered I havent the slightest Idea There goes onelChlc- ago Tribune Couldnt Afford to Refuse Wife But perhaps he will refuse u grant the favor Husband Oh no ho wont Hei under obligations to me Hows that Iowo him money Chicago Dall News Good Idea Llttlo Elmer Isnt the emperor of Russia called the czar papa Z Papa Yos my boy Then I eposo his kids are czar dittos aint they papa Chlcage Dally News The Itnolt I wondor what makes Spltslclgh se bnldhoaded HIlls wife says he had such a ho temper it singed his hair all off at thf roots Detroit Free Press NICE CASE FOR SCISSORS This Convenience Designed for Dad room and Has Compartments for ShoeLift and ButtonHook This Is a useful and ornamental ease to hank on the wall for holding sols ton shoe lift buttonhook etc It Is composed ot a piece of dark colorwl loth for the back with embroidered silk for the pockets The back should be cut about nine Inches long and the and onehalf Inches wide and should be mounted on cardboard to make It flan the top Is a trifle wider than the end and Is rounded The silk that forms the pockets Is iU Inches deco and nine Inches wide A HANDY RECEPTACLE the top is cut Into two scallop with a hilt scallop at each side Three repetitions ot the design at righthand side are worked upon the silk the length being ieersand by re pealing the bow below the flowers for the sides and the flowers the other side of the bow for the center The embroidery Is worked In lone bud eonllngaMch with silk Arrange the silk on the beck so that It forma three long pockets that are divided by a row of stitching Drald the edge all round with a piece of ribbon and sew a loop at the top to hang It up by- BREADANDBUTTER DUTY Certain Letters and Calls Obligatory on Quest to Shew Appreciation ot Aoeepted Courtesies The tadadi itter totter U the IIOW of acknowledgment writ teci kr ON I ala boetesc after a lilt IM bnteVojMl better call hi tile eaa wktek OM pays after kavlM besa esv lertalned at dlnser or Inackeoa or at any other regular weal Ptosiiy of stetsons know Uw tkloc who do not rec ogntee Use uane for It A good many IMHSOM ammrentlr tie not amtrectalo the neceMttr of eHMr UM tailor er the roll remark Saceese Mnj ntne- PerkaiM It is a little harsh la say that tkta U OM of Ute ways In wktak a wellbred person situ be dtettngtitsJMMi from am underbred man or woman 3och a distinction throws too many person who are otkerwfcw all they should be Into the outer itarfeneM of the Illbred Tkero are dapreseIegiy few who do set belong la MM does or the other Nearly everyone however unless he be an ImpOMtble sort of creator ac knowledge that the Umtdamlkertter letter Is IntHepensaMe Most trans greeeloBs in this line are found is the delays that kre shown In writing Theft t thing a gums akonU do after kit return from a visit U to write ilia note of appreciation to the friend by whom he has Jut been entertained Often the guest seems to think that any time within a month or so will an swer for It That Is the way In which It oeoailonatty come about that tke note Is never written and that the quondam visitor pats himself down as hopelessly underbred SInners of this sort are few com pared with those who neglect their luncheon or thinner calls Busy wom en are often remiss In this reapeet but they are angels of light when con trasted with men- U Is abominably nude when anyone man or woman is so lacking In a acne of society obligation as to aooept an Invitation and then from latinos or Indifference neglect to pay a call afterwards Allowances may be made for the very much overworked man or woman who seldom has a spare hour to give to such things or to anything else but the ordinary luncher or diner out should feel It a breach of decency to accept an Invitation and then omit the call that should follow Hair Tonic When the halt persistently suffers from Joss of vitality It Is from one or more of the following causes Improper shampooing use of harsh soaps disease anxiety want or exorcise over work and the application of harmful restoratives or tonics A shampoo with eggs every fortnight together with the use of a simple harmless rower will usually bring the miracle of change although every woman should look carefully after her health when her hair shows evidence of be ing 111 Hair tonic Partyeight grains of resorcin onefourth ounce of glycer ine diluted alcohol to flll a twoounco bottle Apply to scalp every night with friction Cold Cream Take a lump of whlto wax as big as a walnut Add to It an equal amount of white vaseline Melt together and add as much pure almond oil as would flll on aftar dinner coffee cup Deatwell and at It coola stir In A tea spoonful of glycerin 10 ou HINTS ON GOOD BMEEDING It Is the Small Things That Show Whether One Has or Has Not Been Gently Reared Ones ailments arq never mattara O public interest and ones trouble aa Inay those whom they do not sadden tersely remarks Mrs Burton King land In Success Magaslno Quests should not allow their hoaU to Incur needless expense on their behalf When visiting city friends the should pay their own cab hires cu farm express charges and telephone tolls If meesfcges are sent at long dla tances but It the host will not per mIl It Is In better taste to yield the point than to prolong a discussion In order that children may learn politeness they must be treated with courtesy thanked when they do little services and spoken to In a controlled voice when reprimanded Above all else parents and ciders must treat one another with wollbrcd politeness be fore them for children are very Imita the little creatures The behavior of father and mothef toward each other sets an example that will probably servo as the standard of conduct lu tho households of which the children In their turn will lo the heeds It Is no longer custorosn at the tables or time socially wel ptacJ to servo the hostess first It U an old fashion a survival of the time when for the hosts to taste wine or food first was the assurance to tho guests that It was not poisoned At church weddings every woman Including the bride should wear a hat unless she wears a veil Thli ia according to custom and precedent la wellregulated hovwhoM no sail or to ever told at tile door that the servant will see whether the mtolreaa Is at home or not Instructions to Jt that effect should be given In advance AwaateelIn going nptlalrc a woman U given preoedonee kr a man test in dexasnd lag a staircase ke goes fleet to avoid the risk of stepaln upan her gown or In ease of a mlaiteft to aStord her sewfiort f In nothing does a girl show herself HBderbrwl no seek IUI when laWtteg la respect sad deference to her wether except whet stet affront ta offered to her father It eh a one had the SIn ot seeing kanxlf u others see bsr she would feel nothing bat dtegwl It M very bad tOMB rot ta return n Ant call tiler tke caller be a really objectionable person to know nt the tint call returned none otter teed follow and ties aoqanlnuare say be allowed to drop Ptor tbe pereon however who aeakes the kit call sat to make a teaaad attic the former one has bests eoartftovaly returned would be Imlefanalkta cater for some very eogant reason Why beRla an ae quaintness onjy 0- MONOGRAM drop ttT t EMBROIDERY This Is a Held DeetgM sad Is to B- Used When Dtottaet letter Are Required This is a bold monacnim workad en lively In Mllneiitck It say be cacti for nay purpose when a dtattnai sad ROt too ornamental monogram le need ed After tracing upon the material run out between the lines with soft cot NEW STYLE MONOGRAM tea the widest parts should bI realm padded by running out several times then the whole It worked closely and evenly over In sailn atltab silk gold tinsel thread flax thread ar soft em breWery ootton may any of them be used according to the material to be worked upontChina Sllk Suit y For genuine comfort and economy commend mo to the shirtwaist suit of dark china silk said the woman who wore one They are the nicest Inventions In the world for business wromten China silk Is not hot liKe taffeta I find it Infinitely cooler than lInen and moro comfortable on a hot daysithan anything also 1 have over Dark bluo or black do not soil like the I light wash suits that need constant tubbing Besides these two qualitieslof coolness and economy n great deal to tho working woman a china silk suit Is neat and even quiet ly elegant and with fresh white col I lar and cuffs It makes the business woman presentable for travel or any I IIot powdered castllo soap one ounco powdered borax ton drops of oil I bitter almonds two fluid ounces oil ot bergamot one fluid dram of oflture of musk Mix well and I through a sieve Use with warm ter when bathing tho face Wonderfully fine for hands that chap N II i I i i BereaTeacher IClub Annses AU Tim MlIlUCAt C It iJari L1JnFoftlI JHH HH1HIlHlHH IIIr Ho iOOIn GAP TBNK Sopt 4 I Imvo just finished my firs month Of tho nighty in my district 1 IMVO HovoiityRoyon unrolled Six of thorn aro only five yurim old My liftyninoIffyhad it not boon for HioknoBH There IIIIH boon n ntitnlxir of unficfl of sick iiuHH nnd two dontlm since Hohool coinuioncod I am enjoying the work very much SIICCOSM to every U T C muinbur limy Donas I Loaf Magic Wo have 1 ourII 011 by ntudying tho loaf how it is of use to tho plant in letting the water htniiu through it and IWIVP thofiolld food that was dissolved in it whoa it Will taken front thin Mill and to man by giving oft wilier taken from deep in the ground which could full on the stir face Oil rail thus keeping tondorl- ll1l1tM growing Now I wish to toll I orU nordorfnl work that goes on within the Joel Of tho Hiinllglit trop by which tho hunt and powor of till HUH is oanght nnd kept for tho IIHO of titan without which lifo could not have boon oironrtli First I trust dasorilxj BOIIIO things nlRint tho lottf which tlio human oyi5 cannot IMJO Tho little veins which eprond out over tho half and may lw semi form lug n dulkluto nut work nil ovur it are ronl1yur small tubuH which curry water front tho soil up tin htofn and to ovary tart of tho loaf The lonf in common with ovary liv hug thing IN made up of evils Those coils illlTor gnwtly in shale shin and structure To undarotnnd the wurk of the hoof wo must IHI ahle to sat in our imagination the various forms of 0011of which it is nmdn Lot im begin with tliu top that wo noticed 11111n smooth glossy look Tho cells of which it IB oonq0iotl tmuspurouteorkylayer horsdownIfOlbtiooOtlIIholit packed close together with their unda up They hare thin wells slid the protoplasm which fills tltem contains a Itt amount of the green coloring matter of tho loaf Bolos tliuso clomily packed regularly nr rRIIWiIIol9OOI1lM a portion of tho lunf fanning nbotil half its UtioknoM in which tin culls are host thu some Shape an tho ones above but are phutKlln alt xwitioiKi Itmring8pnce8 between them everywhere They alHo IMIVO much loss greet ookiring mutter in thorn Balow this loosely arranged layer comes tho lower surface or epidermal layer It Is tarn PUHH muHtly of Hut irregular shaped colls but Houtloral over It are cells shapedliketo hold wntor stud two of them are nlwnyn placod with tho hollow sides together BO OH to loaro a little open hug between them Through the i unlng thus formed air passes in stud out of tho hoof olrculating all through amongst tho loosely arranged tisAtim of tho leaf Iwish any teacher who may wish to toll this to the clans would try to imagine how thono four layers of tho loaf look Sto if you cnu make n rough drawing of it from this doHcriptiou BO that you could put it on tho board for tfIthn children Try it and scud mo a copy and I shall ho glad to correct anti return It Homombar that Ihu Clip shaped culls that form tho breathing pores do not show whon you cut down through tho loaf lint are turned out tIO as to Ira soon when you look nt llio surface Wo are now really to describe tho magic work of tho hoof but trust leave it until text week- Questions A inombor asks Shall I Lunch the Metric system in my school P I thoroughlydiscuss IB based nod point out tint it is no thing but an application of decimal fractions pupil5thofactin our every day work yet it is tiRotl the world over by ecimitifio mOil anti altogether in many pliices nod that it is n great improvement on our present system Teach tho moaning of mill cent dcci doka nokta and kelo and tho value of tho inotir and kilogram in our urlitfl probltIUWTeachers Club Notes I Mr W II Hanoy and Miss Susie Sparks became memlwra of tho dish this week Mr Hanoy graduated from tho Normal Department In 1104 and Spoilt lust year in State College Ho comus bitch to Boron this year howuver for CollSgo work v i i I Wo are certainly glad to Imvo him with us again Whllo7it State Collogo Mr Hanoy was Hticcofisful in winning n hand some gold medal in tho oratorical cattiest or tho Union Literary Society The club pinn came last Saturday old wore nt once sent out to tho momborH AH of the first order was required to supply tho members now on the roll but moro will IMJ ordered nt once RO new members will not have to wait long forthoirs C B Anderson reports SUCCCBS in isle school which has an average at tendance of fiftyfive Ho is working for it though as ho says ho lilts fallen oil twenty pounds Tim flog Spider Tho giant of the whole spider family IN tho hound or dog spider of Mud ngaarar ItH body weighs almost a pound tail each of IU eight legs Is longer and larger In diameter thou tho common cedar pencil Kach of IU innmllblos la there tollrtllll of oti Inch In length anti very strong The dog spider dots Hprrad iimt nnd lieIn wait for Its prey us do the gigantic bird spiders of Ceylon hut follows the trail In exact Imitation of n hound It will follow n faint scout to tutu fro through the weeds anti underbrush un til the course Is nscurtnlned and then suddenly dart our In n tae flue nnd tiulckly overtake tho Ibsnrd rat mole or other animal of which It bt In per suit It tins IKKMI known to capture oral kill lizards n foot or moro In length nisi Irofwwor linniaby tolls of ono which jMMinml idea and killed n full grown rat Thedog spider M xnld to bo the only variety among the larger species of splderi which Is absolutely noHvutiouioiiH there being no snore dan Korlu its bite tuna there Ix In that of a squirrel or n mbblt The luau hating nllUn The plats letting Battas Dt North Rimwtrn have a inwliil nystom Thoy tasks DM of sallow tree trunk nt TOM roads and those primitive loiter boxes are largely jmtronlzwl by young moil and women who rifld nnd write nnd eflrruxpoud In n degraded native wrlpt wlik li Is traced on i alin loaros In vortlml Issue tint run upward antI from left td riKht Tlidhc iUttos tlmugli uiHleubtetl oantillmls are sblllm In agriculture and in raising stock rimy terse large eommunltlod have an orgnntad government hereditary chiefs iwiHilnr assemblies and a writ tan Hrll awl jwiwl cads Their lctur M iuo dwotltng Mare beets compared to Bwtea clml U and tho ground floor is rewrvwl for their live stock Vor their skill lit Irtitwork lottery ami weaving Owy are probably Indebted to Hindoo teaching slat their repulsive habit k combined with n better In n triune deity Crwtlnr 1rwwrrprand Dostroyur i IlrluklnSr Slot AVnlrr Thane air four classes of persons who should stet drink tarse quantities of hot water Ilrot jwoplo who have IrritabHMjr ofyttte heart Hot watnr Mil sense tMlpltatton of tho heart In sushi press SeoomU POWOHA with di lated stomachs Tillrd JKHHOUS of Ilklod wtiii soar MtemarliB INturtli perooas wise have sorest s of the stout aril or pale wlneed by light pressure These rules are not for those who take hot water simply to reHero thirst but as a means of wishing out tho atom sick lint water will relieve thirst bet ter than cold water aitd for that put IIfHItt M not to be eefHlomniHl nut hot water Is itn excitant and In cases In I which Irritation of the stomachs exists alHiUld ho nvoMod Inurtpvntli C nlnrjr llfe In the fmiriwnitli century people livid hi mud huts with n rough door ami no rWmnay It was not till a ecu tart later that tho erection of a chim nOT was comttdered snore than an In dulgence In luxury a tiro commonly IxtHiig bullt agalnst the mud plastered wall of the hut and tho smoke escap hag through the root All furnltura was of wool Most persons slept on straw Ialilots with n log of wood for a pillow Uvon till nobility had no tlmejCIOtIlIlIlIOII the people and Thomas nHeckot was cowitdured more than necessarily nice bcraufto ho hall the floor of his house strawn with treads stray jcach tiny BetterWay The tissues of the throat arc inflamedand irritated you coughand there is more irrita tion more coughing You take a cough mixture and it cases the irritation for a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with n sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE SCOTT BOWNE J I Sun Wn turfyf IIHrH+H III I I l1lI11 The Farm SILAS CHSBVBR MASON Editor IIltttit1iI1MIIHIHHAsserting Their Rights There are armors in this country who rise up mica in a null assort their rights When they strike the blow comes like thin kick of n steer It isnt graceful or no cording to fashionable rules but there is n power in it that commands EngJIIJIlI which grows U ijunntlty of laurel This plant has a commercial value tho same an apples sugar or hard ware During tho Summer a good p any city peojjlo live or hoard in tho peopleliSlderland aVeommoii property and pro coed to help themselves to what they want Tho farmer Posted Isis farm and warned people away yet still they cane Ono day tho farmer mot n good sized party ofnloi and women each with a good armful of laurel which they hind gathered on his farm According to usage ho ought to Imvo smiled and addressed followI I nm glad to Makb your orlthnt1111 tho next field you will find some raspberries Go down to tho house am have swine milk which you will find in the dairy Take n few forfiattowill give you As a farmer I am prowl to have you como and help mo dispose of my produce lIe might have talked that way but ho didnt Ho ordered all hands to throw down that laurel and got oft tho promises or take tho con sequences Thorn wasnt anything else to do and It was a great thing to seo various captains and privates of industry throw flown their laurels at the farmers foot That farmer ought to bo publicly thanked Sup pose ho hind gone into n store or factory and help od himself to 25 cents worth of goods Yet why would ho not have as much right to do HO us HKiplo Imvo to tramp over his farm and help Ihimisolvas to what thoy see anti fancy Farmers will have moro laurels thrown at their feet whon they stand up for their rights Rural NowYorkor Great Weed Growth Dog day weathor hot and humid with bacterial activity at its highest pitch selling free soil ni trates in their most available form is always highly stimulating to the growth of weeds as well as of more useful plants but rarely have wo seen such an overpowering rush as is now going on Tho cool and dry wonthor of Spring old early Summer made weed control quito easy but ulydeoplyshowers have slnco wollfllled it with moisture Ragweed rodroot crab grass and Port ulnoa or purslano aro in consequence growing at a mosL- nstonillhiug rate the whore pnxhigiouadovulopmu11t seed This unusual activity of growth is shared by lojmg melons lovingSummerseldom produce stalks more than eight feet high are now crowded with I dark green mass towering 12 feet gurdonors at this almost phenomenal weed growth are nttockillg iiu intruders with energy realizing that n weed disposed of before it has smothered crop plant or ripened its seeds nay almost bo considered gain as it has rescued some soluble plant food that might have lunched away anti that tho useful crop has gained ad ditional cultivation in tho act of weed destruction It is hard to kill somo of theso rank weeds in rainy weather but if kept atitedup they make littlo headway and generally full to do volopseeds Fields properly cleaned at this season are likely to ho less troubled with weed pests in succeed ing years Tho overwhelming wood growth that swamps u neglected crop advantageifformed and tlw land sowed to a legume or Winter cover crop Con siflorablo humus must bo gained bt utilizing a thick weed growth in this way though such treatment cannot generally bo considered good farm management Rural NewYorker Corn Tree 8 lI- Tho lieN of the Abyssinian coral trco was formerly used for weighing gold and precious stones because it was small and always of tho same weight nnd size Ancient Writing The conquest of Kgypt hy tho Sara cons deprived 13urY po of papyrus and enticed tho destruction of liuiumomble ancient works tht writing of wlll h was scratching out the parchment might bused agoing e RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Ulenned Prom the Teaching of AH Denomination A Mans thoughts govern him Wise thoughtI rian HirttlinoreTQaalllr ot llnnhood Character rather than station con duct rather than occupation evidences the real quality of manhoodIlev Dr J J Mulr Baptist Washington Trouble and rrlat No man can escape trouble and trial but ho can control In sumac measure how ho will bo affected by them llov 100 S McColloHter MplHcopallan Detroit The heal Tmrlier Life after all Is the only real teacher We can see a truth lu a minute but wo have to live with It and sin Walnut It to realize ItRev Dr Frank Crane Unitarian Worcester Mass Character Character stands for the man the composite fifth unified uianand char actor Is not one virtue alone character It tho solidarity of all the virtues Her Dr William 11 Locke Methodist Ohio In Training Children God help UK to do as well with our children as did Job putting both yell glen and pleasure seriousness old sun illness as ingredients Into their charac terRev J M Uarkley Presbyterian Detroit Divine Meeknris and Ilntnllltr TIle meekness and humility of Christ will be the two great weapons In our hands that will win for us the vie tory over tho world with all Its con ciiplsccuces Hcv Father Jackson Honian Catholic Atlanta The Great Foundation Stone The fact that God Is love is the great foundation stone of all our faith and hope If tills in not true then we do not know what Is true We must believe all of Gods word or reject It Her II R fjlngleton Methodist St Louis When War Will Ceae When public opinion the world over shall have been Christianized wars will cease lad until then nothing save pru dential reasons based upon tile fear ful costliness of waging war In mod ern fashion will avail to that end llov Dr W It Huntington Kplacopa lion New York Lnea ot Faith Faiths height and depth are to be used for making faith strong and sure In other lines Our faith must thud our follow men Faith works by love It helps both friend and foe We employ our privileges to bring all men higher ones Our conversion should enable us to confer delight on all who aspire to moral and spiritual achievement Rev Dr M L Thomas Baptist Columbia Mo- Chrlit Likened to a Doctor Many days fn tho life of Christ bear moro resemblance to the work of the physician than clergyman It reads like a day nt the dispensary when the poor sick and needy como and all are helped and healed Tills work Is best exemplified In modern times in the medical missionary The church more than over combines works of healing and teaching Her Dr George 1L Blckley Methodist Philadelphia Character a a Safety Valr The completed towers of life are due to grip and grit They are duo to more than that Their foundation stones their excavations their walls are bull Jed by character as well Many a man has had all tho proper mental preparation for life and perseverance enough In his makeup to tear down a stouo wall with his bare fingers If It were possible for him so to do But on the other hand many a man has lost all simply because his character could not stand the test of truth and justice N matter bow strong and stanch n ship may be If it has no rud der that ship becomes a plaything of every current and a menace to all ships sailing the seas No matter how swift a locomotive It it has no Indicator to Its boiler that engine Is momentarily In danger of blowing up No matter how high the walls of a tower lift themselves If those walls are not erect ed on a solid base and In a straight line they ore In danger of toppling over What tho rudder Is to the ship the Indicator to the engine the plumb line to the mason building the wall character Is to man It Is his ballast his sheet anchor his safety valve his protector his u1Ine Dr Frank De Witt Talmage Presbyterian Los An geles Col Ilefnire For the Weary- For the prodigal out In the desert Christ was the door to Gods forgive ness For the publican and the sinner Christ was the door of refuge from all tho strife And when at length the soul passed down Into the darkness of death Christ was the door Into Immoral life Weary with earths troubles and sins at last the soul rests upon the eaves of Gods house cold lo Christ Is the door that opens for welcome and refuge So we pilgrims journey across tho continent of the years Caught In the thicket Christ Is a deliverer Lost In the forest and going everywhither seeking tho path Christ becomes away and no lion or wild beast goes up thereon Smitten with tho fierce heat Christ Is tho fountain that gushes be side tho dusty path lie Is also the vino that grows besldo time long way building a bower of beauty for our shade and succor In health and pros perity ho Is companion and friend In sickness and old Age and adversity he is staff and support At lost at tho end of tho way ho stands like the golden door opening Into heaven homo and Immortal happiness For Christ Is all In ell to the pilgrim Journeying across the continent of the years Her Dr Newell Dwight Illllls Congregational it Brooklyn 1 I S Re BAKER Dentist Orricn Over Printing Office BEREA KY Ouico hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pIdSomnoforme DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner FOR RENT I Rooms for rent well located and ventilated Enquire of CC Rhodus College Rule for Students Whose Homes Are in Berea Students whose homes are in Berea should attend Berea College for tho entire year or go to the Public School for tho entire year Those who do not attend the College in the Fall Term will not bo allowed to enter in tho Winlor Fall Term opens WcdnesdaySep tember 13 This rule does NOT apply to stu dents who teach or to those whose honicsare not in Berea Real Estate 1 have quite n number of building lots and somo improved property in Berea for sale Also farm and tim ber lands in Madison Rockcastle and Estill Counties Ialso have two good farms with store houses upon titian and good stands for selling goods Any ono desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNEll Baron Ky For Saleor Rent Ono house now nicely furnished five rooms on Owsloy Avenue Berea Ky Address H M SHOUSEMiddleburg Ky FOR SALE House Lot in Berea Lot five rods by eight rods and twenty links Good fence About ono dozen fruit and shade trees Boxed house six rooms all coiled Good well Small barn two stalls and hay loft Joining lot to District 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cup plied II we are notlfl d- AirenU wanted la every locality Write for Urns Anyone tending ui tour yearly tubtorlptloDI will receive TIlE CITIIEN rloe for one year Greatest Health Factor Congenial work with mind and hands should be encouraged In sit per sons for Its prophylactic as well as Its curative influences Rest will prove serviceable doubtless in numbers of casos but its application should bo re stricted and carefully studied says the Medical World There are many con ditions where absolute rest will not only prove useless but really harmful 70 send a man from an active business life To one of complete inactivity will often prove disastrous as much so as to proscribe all food for the obese The nervous will complain that they flo not feel like work It loft to them selves and told to do absolutely nothing not even to read they are sure to dwell upon their infirmities and grow thereby morose and hypochondrlacal thus increasing their InvalidIsm The desire for work should be encouraged In all conditions and In all classes If ones Interest is aroused even to xa Slight degree a continuance in the work will develop a desire for occupa lion One will never feel like work Jf one has nothing to do Work will often accomplish what medicine how ever properly applied will not for It is not alone that we must earn our bread by the sweat of the brow but every man and woman should work for the pleasure of It a well 01 for the healthgiving brainexpanding results and the benefit of example Clergymen are to the front as skillful golf players At the championship of the Trans Mlsslaslppi Golf associa tion Rev P R Talbot of Wichita Kan was In the second 16 and went through a strong geld in splendid golf finally winning the consolation cup by 3 up and 2 to play In the Infant days of the game In this country Rev W S Ralnsford was the beet player among the clergymen and he took part In the amateur championship of 1S95 at Newport The tame praemUJflnqpW now accorded by general ea Rev Simon Carr who plays for the Huntingdon Valley Country club Philadelphia At Plainfield N J Rev Dr H K Carroll is prominent in the weekly handicaps Rev J E Adams made a good showing at the recent open tournament of the Apawamla club In Brooklyn A truly economical woman has been discovered at Wilton N H Her husband was EO unfortunate as to have t his hand badly mangled by contact with a buzz saw and a portion of It was amputated While ho was under anesthetic influence his better half remembered that he had discussed hav Jog his remaining teeth extracted pre paratory to having an artificial set fitted and inquired If her husband would remain under the influence of tLe ether long enough to extract the teeth and If it would cost any more to have this done also Receiving favorable replies she instructed the physician to proceed and her husband when he regained his senses found pima this wife had killed two birds i wlth one stone The Indiana man woo Jiae mOd for 35 years with a eafotY pin in his stom ach ought to feel very grateful to the man who invented safety pins AccordingtoaMissouri exchange a wellknown citizen of Vernon county is having things happen to him now adays Tho other day a mouse ran up the captains trous r leg and in the afternoon of the came day a snake bit him ten miles from liquor A Cleveland statistician has figured out that 10000000 Jl bills laid on each other flatwise would make a pile nine tlnes the height of a 16story building and It may be true but the practical good of the knowledge Is hardly apparent Suffering from nervous prosperity Is the way a friend described the illness of a Cleveland woman who Is staying at Newport this summer There are a good many other women in the country suffering with the same disease A Chicago dolor says that two vacations a year are needed to keep one in good health Show this to tho boss A New York paperfwants to know if married life fSavjvaltz Ve1Jtb ro rA nnlkas 1 S il J ARMISTICE IS SIGNED Goes Into Effect After the Signatures To the Peace Treaty Portsmouth N tSept 2An armistice was signed Friday Tech nically tho formal cessation of hostili ties will be an armistice Inasmuch as it is temporary pending tho final exchange of ratifications It does not provide for the ultimate release of the Russian and Japanese prisoners of war An article covering the latter subject will be included In the treaty The delay In cessation of hostilities was due to refusal of Japan to consent to earlier time Tho direct of the armistice conclud ed Friday is that It becomes operative only upon the signature of the treaty by the plenipotentiaries and continues until the final exchange of ratifica tion of th6mpbrors of the two coun triesAs a result of the report mado FrI day nfght by Mr De Martens and Mr Dennison to their respective chiefs upon their work at the navy yard In tho drafting of a treaty or peace Mr Witte and Baron Komura had a brief conference In the formers apartments at 830 regarding some details of translation and the few points of In terpretation upon which the framers had been unable to roach complete accord When Baton Komura loft Mr Dennison and Mr Adachl he entered the apartments of Mr Witte whero they were Jolnod by Mr Do Martens and Mr Planoon This conference lasted for about half an hour when the Japanese returned to Boron Komuma apartments leaving Mr Wltte and his conferees who remained In conference for more tban an hour Mr Wltte and Boron Kumora had no difficulty In coming to an agreement on the ills puted ipqjhu =r a g CHOLERA SPREADING FortyThree Cases of the Disease Reported in Prussia Berlin Sept S Portytkree canes of cholera In all haw bon reported Nine persons have died from the disease and many suspicious eases are under observation The legal anti med leal machinery for dealing with this invasion of the Asiatic tweciUus Is now working at full prossur Prof Edward SonneHbnrg said that no one need tear an epidemic such as that of 1S32P8 because the health au thorities shies that time had built up aa organisation quite adequate to grasp the beginnings of cholera sad to put down the disease with precision and firmness New York Sept l rUt extra pro cautions shall be takes to prevent bringing In a case of cholera among immigrants from German ports was agreed at n conference between Health Officer A II Doty of this port and the representatives of several trees Atlantic steamship companies Tho plan is said to exercise great ears In taking the Immigrants on hoard ship In German parts The discovery of n case of cholera In Hamburg wu the cause of the conference Dr Doty sale after the conference that he wI- no reason to think that cholera would get M New York conetdertag an tM precautions being taken THE FEVER RECORD Bears Out the Hopeful View of Dr White That the Worst Is Over New Orleans Sept 2Record up to 6 p m Friday Deaths 4 new cases 39 new foci 10 total deaths 281 total cases 1958 Now Orleans Sept S The fever record Friday bore out the hopeful view of Dr White and his fellow fever fighters that tho worst is over and that if the citizens of New Orleans are watchful and continue to give tho authorities the same cooperation they have In the past few weeks the miracle will be wrought of stamping out the fever before frost comes to lay low the last of the fugitive stegomyla Contrary to all expectations tho fover is assuming a milder form at the period ft was expected to grow most deadly and the deaths havo grown Insignificant in number That is true not only of New Orleans but at the various points in Mississippi where the disease has appeared In that state there havo been about 70 cases to date and only one death Must Appear In Court Chicago Sept 2omcors employes and lawyers of the large packing in dustries who were indicted by tho last federal grand on charges of con spiracy and violation of federal anti trust interstate commerce laws have been ordered to appear In the United States district court before Judge Humphrey of Springfield on next Tuesday September C and enter their pleas of or not guilty to tho chargesWeeks Business Failures New York Sbpt 2 Business fail ures in the United States for the week ending August 31 number 161 against 176 last week 189 In tho like week of 1904 162 In 1903 133 In 1902 and 100 In 1901 M Wittes Daughter Robbed Brussels Sept 2Mme Narych kine wife of Cyril M Narychklne sec retary of the Russian logatlon here and daughter of Mr Wltte the Rus sian peace plenipotentiary while leav ing the theater missed a pearl necklace valued at 9000 Envoys Invited To St Louis St Louis Sept 2Two telegrams Identical in all respects were sent by the merchants exchange o the Japanese and Russian peace envoys at Portsmouth asking the enjoys ana ielr suites to visit St Louis QHp Srlattmt at tat H rrBfei In 1fjral 11 By DR YORlcP DAVIES Noted British Sptalillit and Dlctetlst The diet of the average man or wonum doing ordinary work in hot weather ought to be very sparing Fats sugar and excess of starchy food should be avoided The diet should consist in the main oi strong clcnr soups fish the lighter kinds of meat an abundance of green vegetables salads and fruits together with plenty of pure water soda water or altIaerated waterfree from sugar Sedentary men ent a great deal too much but the quantity of food that a person should consume depends upon his age the exercise eat he is accustomed to and numerous other fact ors My experience loathe me that with respect to moist food meat 1111h vegetables broad and all the various eatables that cottatfhftc the daily menu about 24 ounces are sufficient in the case of the sedentary titan Not a little of course de pciids upon the size of the individual for a big titan needs much more than a small II1nn1o explain what I menu it will readily be understood that a toy terrier who is n dog does not require anything like the amount of food that a St Bernard does who is also a dog I am told that in some German regiments tie allowance of food is regulated according to the size of the men Excessive perspiration Is in a measure a matter of heredity The skin of some persons is very thin and acts irvdy but of course the skin should be incited to act properly by indulgence in regular exercise The action of the skin is a most important factor in nMintamng health and in preventing congestive diseases of all sorts Tle most common errors in diet are those that comprise taking too much food and that food of a kirk not adapted to the constitutional de mantis of the individual It ii not the quantity of food that we eat but the way we assimilate it There are many people who eat Urge quantities of farinaceous food and weds but hardly assimilate any of it and in such eases they require lesr food in bulk but properly proportioned I hae always considered that the matter of food in relation to the re quires enta of the individual is ofVit important to health and ri life but it is difficult to get people to realise this Oh rat durationI that agrees with you says the ignorant adviser True in but how few understand this I There is MO doubt that the more pleasure an individual takes in tat injl his food within the requirement of appetite the more good it dot him but eating to repletion beyond the needs of healthy appetite K j simply giving way to gluttony which is on a par with giving way to drunkenness and kill 91 many or more j ththittg itt 11r 3ttrsi rI1flut IrtrBy MRS A WOODWORTH COOLEY Atttitant ProfeMor Department of Dtluriltan State Untveflttty of North Dakota i Thvital iittr ti n of this critical peri 1 first vcar isj What ideas have be i come ideals What habits has child formed Of the various means used bv the teacher teaching of reading may be made to exert the most potent teachinllreauinKimagining and thinking with joy in these activities it is also mastery I of the symbols with joy in this also Oral reading ialwa and every where i seeing thinking and feeling incited by written words J giving to another in the same words spoken the pictures found in the words written for the purpose of arousing sympathetic thought and feeling in the listener The first steps in te chiiig reading should leave this abiding impression in the mind of the listener Hit attitude towards words toward reading is more llIJintant titan number of words learned per month To teach oral reading to pupils of any age is to develop literary taste froth its germ IM or flower jliycnltivatc the imagination and pow er to concentrate attention to tend to dearer and more definite thinking to increase the pleasure in reading f to give Increased facility in quick recognition of word forms to traiji todistinct correct pronunciation in well modulated tones The first step in learning to njadimtlt then bet Getting vivid pictures of objectsand evcnfs worth Blinking and rending about larger clearer more definite thoughts ideals of beauty of form and sound This can only be done by t contact with real things worth while toknow 2 enlarged experience 3 expression in word and by hand 4 air familiarity with literature 5 increasingly accurate and distinct pronunciation with ever bettor voice modulation 6 associa lion of mental pictures with written forms and their sound 7 iq creasing ability to instantly at sight of the written form give its men ng to others in spoken yvords IDI1r iE rtlrttxri of- tqr iitratrIi ttttt Dy DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS Noted Preacher and Author the school the the the Education is an awakening A child is born in a soulhouse that has many win dows and each window has the curtain down One winlow is named Reason o n e Memory another Imagination Along cotesthe parent or the teacher tad lifts the curtain from the window of Reason and the whole realm of truth and beauty comes rushing in The ideal man is one who has all the windows open toward land and sea and sky- Some have the window of Common Sense open about I n crack and some have lifted the curtain from the window of judgment onln little Sleep in the true brother of death and ignorance is half sleep and half death An educated sold isafully awakened and vitalized soul The old notion was that a boy was educated when his memory pocket was stiffed full of Latin and Greek roots WTlic new notion is that the soul must be awakened to all the truth and beauty of na ture and of life x Culture therefore is not simply a knowledge t f all the best that has eVer been done thought or said to use Matthew Arnolds definition f ft is that knowl edge plus the full power to perfectly use andenjoy all that is good in the world of knowledge beauty and duly VIRTUES OF MINERALS 1 Mcdlolanl maters and Hot Spruiga HaVe lang 1UMled Selsti- tists The medicinal hot springs In some parts of Huropt nail tbe natural hot waters owned by the United states fOTsramsnt at Hot Springs Ark have always puzzled sciatica for while the curative offset of the hot water wss boyoftd doubt no chemical analysis ever revealed anything to satisfactor ily account for It says the London Laneot It could hardly be supposed that a fw grains per gallon of chalk sulphate of lime common salt and won Oukl bavo any crked lnondal Intnumc Tho waters of Bath DuxIton Oontrexovllle and Hot Ark exhibit n comparatively feeble degree of mineralisation and yet there tlllralHtUUOIalue arUI findings of the physicist and the chem ist do not afford a satisfactory hy pothesis In regard to the ttrrapouttc value of such waters The question now artMp whether the fact that these waters tvs radioactive will supply any explanation MSt if not all of the Utsrinal springs in KH rope which have been exanUnp1 ftv been found to enatala la slightly varying qualities argon and helium nn i In the majority of CAMS three wit rrs have beau found tit be dUUm tly radio oetlve Indeed the nrnswore of argon nod helium would appear to be innef arable from radioactive properties We seem her to lw gsltinc seine light at length on what has king been An enigma that of the two waters show hag liaa same chemical composition as ncads their saline ronniltuenm tM one of natural origin Is distinctly e patter therapeuiually speaking in the Ono artlMcally compounded The fact Is thrt a natural water vrellln up troD the earth Ix at the soonest of Ita discharge trim its rouM radluacilvit while ordinary drinking water rain water well waier and the like do not generally fiiiiidt this property to nay extent Further stare the property of mdloanlvlty ks rapidly cvaaetMrnt the rmanaiim quickly vanishing It follows that If the bMMit drrlTf mom norteriwlnt a GerM of waters IB doe to thr radioactivity of thus waters the trmiinlt shoald obritiiiHly lake plan UH laS source of the 118ulhr wnls the watery khuul bs uml wh n they are showing t maximum degree ut rndiosctlrlty GRINDING TEA TO POWDER Makes as Good If Not Better Btv crags aa the Whole Leaf II story tills that when iTir WM ant brouK t it cities of tonIUurup the tlrl makT r u Turkv They roasted and itnuitut berths and armed the itqur na n ts serve to tits day In lbs cut 1Iand all We sill drink toHe ak we drolak It then with this dirTr ce 41clrlakties It was not so CblnaiMB WM iMported with the Ant posted ef tea to teach us how to matte and Irish H The coco has keen that we have never drank tea la the Chinese way that Is M A almplu InfiMloii At fist there Costa to have been great doubt as to Low to deal with the new herb It Is even said that It was sometimes boiled with salt and butter and served up as a sort of spinach Tub old phrase a dish of tea seems to bear out this legend Finally It came to be settled that the most wholesome and pleasant way to treat tho tea loaf was to make It into a kind of sweet soup with sugar and milk or oream I have penonal knowledge of no country in Europe but one where tea Is used as in China Portugal which got Its knowledge of teamaklng from a province of China with which at that time no other nation of Bu rope way In contact It was whlle ravollng en horseback with a guide In the wilder parts of Portugal away from the shops and inns whole we had perforce to make exporlmentala In tho most economical use of the few ounces of Ua and cot fee that we could afford to carry with us that we hit upon n discovery hay ing no milk we drank our tea as most Portuguese drink theirs as a simple Infusion sweetened with sugar I remember to have read I believe in the travels of the Abbe Hue that when the Chinese ilwlre to be thrifty In the use of the finer and more ex pensive teas they grind the leaf to powder and use less for the Infusion Wo found that tea could be ground In a coffee mill as easily as ootreo that eat made with the powder Is as good as or better than when made with tho whole leaf and that the powder as It naturally would goes further than tho tea leaf Friend in Need The TrampPlease niaam could youso gimme er bite to eal7 The LadyI havent a thing In the house to oat Well I aint one uv them kind uv guys wotil stand croun and see er woman starve maam Glinmo a ole basklt an Ill hustlo eround an stotl sumthln fer youso an mechlcalio Dally News Pleasant Relief Mrs Spenders George Ive got lots of things I want to talk to yoti aboutMr Spenders Glad to bear lth my dear Usually you want to talk to me about a lot of things you havent got but must have Philadelphia Preas SOME STARTLING FACTS Shown by a Scientific Study of the Effects of Alcohol ea schoolIChildren In a Btudr of the Effects of Alithi on School Children priuonted to tti American Medical Temperance aseu elation last year and pvUhfted in a rent ON inner of the Jovniol of lime brlety Dr T Alcxan r MaaNlihull of New York city M Ie- MIll a sliidj1 of tile rrlutiin Of herd Ity to the mental 1111 ii cop of chil dren undertaken In Idol fur the Nwo- ork Academy ct M IUIIIO I was forcibly ItfltHTSiwd with the OWJSplrU flue jioMtton oirupird by alnthol V mere rxtmslve Muly vritiM the farts then pr rated and Kivn addedto phaulM to alcohol ax an n Intfonl fag tur In nIl ntal deflclrnrv After Kiting some v ry startling flfr tires rcMiliing from a ti Iii invcs tl atlon luriHdluK tSoiiu iiwol chil dren rrjirrMMtllnir HI httiOM stud 157 de v Dr MarMrhnii adds The rliisi corrrs oiuli Ur NtWIt- he drinking oabltn of tin i arMU Sal the tnmtal iN BcUnry f flu cllW ran 1l1tnttInic rhllitn n A fiw IHlul + gslance nay IM n tr41eur 1st having a total uf Is4 pupil rartiiiiK from g to 11cars lr oar wm i prtd as uniinnally will but lit r ihllMI the I etanilsra in study IIM Ilon re 1v ak1 th flllowlnp lite iK l j dclDk em iif brrr 9 drink rf MlrlU M ilrlnkii nf ter and pints n Of 11141 ililiiKiDl IstMxil 7 i i lutalt61 of wlolll drank lltiidr with Ihr treats In a U of boys of whois 4V sie dun i of beer i and Kplilff 4 Is no nnii nrOH ex prrlfnri to av one or iu stagger into thus K nolroorn Irnnu Then jnvvnllc liriiiftag hatilt tv n1 wholly cownnvd tn ttroM htan wheats In a town uf MM Inhabitatit tl chit dren iiiil i i yor j w rt found on two in i niins Ib a ITI elate of lotIl1IkI1I In a viII heel ur r tiC III are lI tilaliris of bi r and spirits tearrhleg fur tn ntM I i iv IIdr 1 y ant of ilk the Irnniit nTi r found thrni Itiiii raek end r a red A boy of rra cant into it claH room In meat dir s 8 in quiry tli tiMeber fII1 t hA1 taken a t rtllly of par M ofeol t i qiKtich a tL ml ltit i T v aid not utUfyTYif ilHiuTm and tn ltatill from drink ac n t ronflnif f 0 cbllil s hume Mix tMChr trji hat a uy of nin tame Ind ii 4 drunk Ji wy Inhewl lo if nf oItIM h eciiri his drink TaKnn a rart from hiK pkt hr sa i i This Istmy bur raid and rspluln I that a hole was punched In th otd every tiMe ke got a drink d t r tied that whoevw lOt th most IWh his card In a swath got A priM t jrgf num bet of Ute U hays In the b ea a hMwtetts that thy had ask like It and oftM hongtit beer se an to set boles la their arcs XH instances are reported of eUMnm ac quIHNK the appetite for sUonic drinkuthrough patronMaK the tree lunch In a barroom In a number of saloons rooms fife fitter up with small furniture IlkIUtn books tor and bobllyborttNl ant into which children are enticed ffr f- vplay The taste for liquor ts 8 rrep tltlously oultlvatod until the habit t seouraly fastened Two boys song S f of a highly respected tOO honored altt zen woro thus Inveigled Into drink 1Jand In a brief period wink Into thai depths of tho wildest debauchery WELL SAID i lNever is an uutomablle so danger cue as when John Unrloyoorn In note Ing as the ohauffour Chicago Daily NewsTho Brewers Journal New YQrk and Chicago In n recent Issue flOw this editorial warning to Its constitu cntslOrn 84 but about oaotwentlelli part of Chicago was prohibition teal toy In 1004 nearly onehalf tif the city was prohibition or local option There are betides 040 towns and eat ies in Illinois having no saloons There is certainly food for reflection in this for tho brewers of Illinois Drink attacks the spinal cord producing a partial paralysis hence I drunkards lose control of their limbs Drink poisons the brnln nerves anltIthe drinker guts dead drunk and yet ho lives He lives to diebI another day Apoplexy and kindred diseases uru much more frequent among the Intemperate than Qmong the sober and as for Insanity fully SO per cent must bo traced to drink Dr Madison C 1ctorn Its Proper Use Capt Yatsanbiro of Japan drank to the success of the five wen of the Aeama in tholr heroic attempt to close tho har bor of Port Arthur lie lined with water the silver bowl given him by the crown prince and said I glvo you wine to take with you not to be drunk forlheIstimulation of your courage but solely for uso In case of wounds or injuries j Remember you represent the Mama and do not forget that It would be a die grace to have it said that won from tho Asama risked their IIve1uuder the In alternant of liQuor COWS AND THEIR MILK Dtdurtlons from Experiments as to the Quality qf the Milk of Cows The rnnttet of quality of tho milk of COWS has been pretty well BettloO by tests In this country and English Authority IB in sgr eoment with us us shown by deductions from their own cxporlmunU as follows 1 That when a cow Is In full milk and full nosh she will give her normal quality of mllltfor at least a limited time ovon though the q end quantity of food be very iluflclent 2 That when In good condition a cow will take oft her body whatever la deficient Iff food In order to give her normal quality of milk- I That an extra jnpply of nutritious quanII In not In any way Improved by It If anything the tendency li tko otter way 4 That an extra supply of nltrlUwa food almost Invnrtebly very slightly IncroaBoa the solids not fat of the milk That a raUoa poor In rood In KrcdlpnU tag a very flight tendency to reduce tile 14fltj not fat In milk but ltits Uttta appreciable effect on the fatII That with a poor ration a cow weight will lose carcase weight on a rich diet she will pin weight C ThAt although the i rrriitaiw of In a rows milk way vary daily 1latat pr nt aom unal lc to control tbtse imitation or to afrount for them 7 Tha + fr limited period up to rIlI1l8rjt pan n i material t8e t on tue f quality d the milk 8 That m foods 0erelne a mate rial effi t in rallag the meiiluR point of btlUIrt th aim of nil producers of milk buiiir or cheese itlumld be to feed what will Klve quantify in mod t tat ann and of A inUl nature and UM d n caner will lul the bent that the sow an Klve- ip Tur ira quality meat be looked f tV improving n hrodl and jo i HcSwtlon ruthr than l y any 1lal fixxla or nuthod of 11Ulle 11 Tat the variation In the percentage of fat In a cw s milk are cauMd by aowtthlaa bat what that sonwtlilM to we at peasant J not know ttwnck it we did we mlgbt be able to lateene Ute quality DRIP FOR GRINDSTONE Simple Devise Which Will Help When the Work ef Grinding the Tools la Doing Done Place a tin can shove end of grind atone attaohwl to alIper cad or a bent iron brace a which la Hxl Inch by Si mouse long and IB fastened by lower end to wood frame by a set bolt At upper ond It Is Lent as Indicated to hold tin can b above tho grindstone Make a slit an mob wide Into upper end of can from whloh It should bo suspended upon Iron brace At lower end on front aldo of tin can as Indicated by 0 punch a small holo to allow water to drip out upon stone Farm and lIomo STACKING STRAW IN YARD I Convenient FeedHack from Which q the Stock May Help Themselves as They Want It Where one has a largo amount of itrvr to bo worked liP Into manure the cut shows a convenient way to teed It out In the yard It IB simply a small port six or seven feat square Set four strong posts Into ground and nail two good boards on each side or hotter still use 2xG or 2x8lnch stuif In place of boards Fill this pen full of straw and lot tho stock eat what thy want from It Farm and llama A Link That Binds The silo Is tho link that nlnds our Masons of grass together and makes It sueI o manyIand draw the supply of succulent foOd from thq silo at n saving ot dollars and tbo amount of land necessary to maintain their herds at the came time making the yield from thclf horde wore uniform One Farmer- A man who says book farmers cant teach mo anything was told that salt will kill wlroworms So ho put a good handful of salt around each tomato plant The wlrewormu havent LJsent an official announcement but the tomato plants aro dead I Salt will kill tho worms If you use enough of It to J1ckle th 3m but plants cannot stand the pickle Rural New Yqrker iMilk set In shallow vessels Is more liable to tour than that In deeper ones SOME PICKLE POINTERS J By II E StooKbridge Tho growing of cucumbers for pickles Is greatly on the Increase and the practice of the plcklure of secur- Ing their supplies by making contracts for the crop before the latter are VVantoO has becomo nearly universal Tho crop however Is not only a very Important one but It is produced by a very largo number of small growers many ol thorn necessarily with little experience In the business A low of the more Important facts demon strated In the experience qf successful growers should prove useful The crop for this year Is already planted but the character of the hare vest the profits may still be very largely controlled by the method of practice followed by tho grower It should be remembered that the cucumber belongs to the melon family It Is tlTorofore naturally adapted to light mellow early loam solid The crop should be grown In hill The distance of planting In extremely 1m portant Not only dooa tho number of hllla which the land can be made to maintain chiefly Influence the quantity of crop but It is extremely Important that the surface of the soil be entirely covered by vines during the fruiting season The reason for this fact lies In the importance of prolonging the fruiting season as late as poulble For this purpose the vines must bo kept growing they should not be allowed to ripen and die The surest way to se cure this object Is to keep the ground- coverl1 with vines They will thus servo as an effective mulch retaining moisture during the hot dogday sea son and prevent the severe drying out of the surface soil which Is M QQm mealy followed by yellowing and dying of the vines Rows six toot apart and kills tour tNt apart In the row will best meet the requirements of average wile Aa August and September torn the fntitlitg seams It will be sully seen that tke crop wed slot be i4e tsd till early Jane It is HierefUfe easily used as a second crop following early gnr den crops or M a large crop requiring attention after qpltr crops have been I attended to aiMTu therefore a crop of J fofveijiitgee nU adapted to the sue ceMive we of labor In the general fertilising of eocwra her laAda It must he borUt In mind that iU crop to Utatlactly ait IsHm eve one Hlik fertilising and culture art demanded for Mieceee It Ie a vine crop and therefore a literal user ot hit rpD It ti practically a fruit cruj and demands potash Ib proper prt portion Theee two are the chief food requlremeiits of the rticumber Ihospiiorle acid la of leee Importance particularly as ripening of weeds la not desired Of varieties there are maRY well adapted to pickle makloc The only point to be iRaJsjtod on it that a green verIty be planted The early wnlttah or white spinet hIM Hbonkl be ears fully avoided Three points are aimed at by the pickle grower and hU aucoewi will be measured by the degree to which he succeed In controlling them Late oonUntMHM fruiting small oien M and hard crisp pickles are the objects sought Bach of these ends le very materially Influenced by the praet e of Ute grower and nay be considered within hU control GonllHHOHi fruiting neceealtatos opn tinned growing of the sines This is secured by a second application of ni trogen In the form of nitrate of soda at the rate of 100 pounds per acre at the time of the last booing The email oven site for which high est prices are paid require closest at tention to picking During the height of tho growing season dally picking Is desirable and will require most of the time of one man per acre Tho hardiness and crlspncaa sought by pickle makers is only partly secured by tho process of pickling The character of the cucumbers themselves largely Influences results This Is in a considerably degree within control of tho grower Liberal potash fertiliz ing Is Indispensable to the perfection of quality In pickles In many cases particularly on lands rich in humus an application of SO pounds of sulphate of potash at tho last cultivation will greatly Improve the character of the productContinued growth of vines alone however will not assure continued and abundant fruiting It Is only tho first essential to this end The other es sential Is frequently overlooked by growers It consists simply In regu lar and continuous picking of all fruit after It once begins to set The first and second pickings aro likely In themselves to prove unprofitable on tbo plea that tho fruit secured at the price paid by the contractor does not pay for tho time required They forget or are ignorant of the act that all future setting ot fruit do ponds on tho closeness with which all first fruit Is removed Other things being equal tho first crop will be pro portional to the completeness and caro with which nil tho first cucumbers are picked It should be the rule to pick every cucumber as soon as It reaches pinkie slzo even it It be thrown away The final yield will Justify all labor thus expended Mending Leaky Hose Have tho hose perfectly dry then mako a cbment In this way Take two ounces of naphtha In a room whore there is no open fire and add shellac gradually until the mixture is like thin glue Cut strips of kid from old gloves and spread the mixture evenly on them binding them firmly In place around the hose at the broken places Let tho hose remain for two or three days before using after which it will hold aB + wella8 when now A smile Is worthwhile I THE LIFEGIVING STREAM SnndtySchoolLetiontorSepl101905 Speelillr Prepared for TMi Piper LESSON TKXTEiekltl 47112 Mem ory verse 11- QOIUBN XTWholoner wilt let him take the water of life treelJtev 111TIMtThe lemon It part of the prophecy btglnnlnir at chapter 40 and wu written In the iwentynrih year ot Ezekiel cap tivity 14 years after the fall of Jeruaa tern Gieklel was exiled In B C 697 and began to prophesy D C Ml PLACE The prophecy wu written at TelAblb on the river Chebar near DabIon x- SCIUPTUnE REFERENCES Surrounding of Bieklefs boyhood r Klnfs 2e Clroumntnncei of Ezekiel xlle prophecyRackJdJ1 Jae 113 Dan 224 IS Zech WI Malt 1JJIM John 1n2 Rev 2212 ThoughtV1was conducting Ezekiel around the temple Unto the door Ho had been examining the court of the tem pie and now turned back to the door of the edifice Waters issued eastward The waters Issued from under the right side of the house which faced eastward flowed around the south side of the brazen altar of sacrifice which stood before tho Holy IMaee then onward toward tho east In reality a fountain upon the hill of Joniftalom whore the temple was built tent forth a small stream which flowed outward Dy this natural stream God typified the spiritual stream of blowing and of Influence about which Ho wished to teach Ills people V 2 Gate northward The eai ern gale was closed 481 hcnoo they passed out of the northern gate around toe outer wall until they came to the outer side of the eastern gate from which tho waters flowed NV 3 The line Tho line with which he measured Went forth east ward Followed the stream as It flowed a twjird A sad cubits A cubit is about 18 InchcsT hence the distance was nearly one third of a mile umMtfA r aew Va 4 S At the first trial the water had boon only ankle deep next It was high enough to reach his Itneot then Kist kips and at teat became a river that ono mutt swim In order to cross ever The rapid Increase ot the rlvarv without any streams flowing Into It from either side show It WM rot a natural river but a symbolic representation of the truth that God bestow everIncreasing blaselnRS upon those Into whoco hearts He le admit ted te dwell V C Sen of man A title by which this prophet often designates himself Hail thou motif Have you understood what you have thus far teen V 7 Very many trees Where a stream of water slows through a barre land veselatkm quickly springs up along Its course Where tko river of salvation flows there springs up In the Individual heart or In the com munliy or the nation all that ia beat ibrl and fruitful We learn more Of these trees In V IS V 8 Toward the oast country thedesertdan valley and the country surround ing the Dead sea was a very barren region known as tho Arabah Into tho tea The Dead sea whose wa ters are so salt that no fish can live In them Shall be healed Shall be restored to freshness like water of the flowing streams- V 9 Everything that liveth which movtth All animal and vegetable lire Mans physical life as well as his spiritual nature Is Invigorated by Christianity The rivers Literally the two rivers perhaps referring to the puncture with the Jordan- V 10 From Engedl to EnCglalm From the western to the northern shore of the Dead Ma The meaning probably is that fishermens boats and nets will be seen on all sides of the sea for wholesome edible fish will be as abundant as they are In the great seathe Mediterranean V 11 Miry places marishes not healed See Rev Ver The rocks which surround the Dead sell have become reservoirs of salt and In the vision they remain so Any spot that the stream does not touch will remain in Its former condition So when the river of salvation flows through a church or community Individual hearts that will not yield to God remain as hard and barren as over V 12 The prophet now returns to Bpcak again of the trees growing upon tho bank Ho says tfiey aro fruitful no blight destroys their fruit their fruit la wholesome and they bear now fruit each month They are ever green and their leaves have medicinal properties and all this not because of any peculiar properties In them selves but because the waters which flow from the temple feed their roots John pictures a very similar tree which he styles the tree of life growing upon the banks ot tko river of life Rev 221 2 Practical Points VI In the sacrifice of Christ Jesus we see the convincing proof that God loves and will release us from bond IIgo1 Cor 67 Vs 3 4 From small beginnings the kingdom of God grows mightily In the Individual heart and In the worldPs 7216 V 8 No place no heart is so bar Ton but the grace of God can trans form ItIs Gl3 V 11 Ho who docs not personally accept Jesus will bo left cold and bar ten though oll around mny enter the heavenly moJobn 3138 Co = THE MONEY ORDER HABIT Chicago Postmaster Says People Pre fer Government Checks to Bank Drafts- ChicagoChicngoans havo acquired the post omce money order habit according to Postmaster Cqyne His re cent monthly statement shows a remarkable Increase In the money order business since he took charge ot the office In 1001 Theroh as been an Increase of nearly 23000000 a year In the money order business both foreign and domestic since 1001 and each month shows new gains In that branch of the buslneek The postmaster said ho could explain the growth by the fact that tho people of Chicago were using the pdst office money order system in preference to the banks Tho people of Chicago are now In a position to appreciate tho large amount of business which Is transacted by tho Chicago post office salt Mr Coyne They have acquired the money order habit and the wonderful growth in that branch shows it Within a short time I shall have complied statistics showing the In credso since I took my office in 1901 Every branch of the post office bust ness has gained v The money order business for last month was = 11011001 which Is an In crease of a7SOt03 or 21 per cent Over tho business July lost year In 1004 there were 560335 money order transactions In July and In 1906 there were 622010 an Increase of 72228 or IS per cent MORRISTOWNS ELMS D- IETNew Jersey Towns Beautiful Trees Killed It Is Thought by leaking Gas Morristown N J Beautiful old olm trees In many streets In this city are dying The attractiveness of the town Is being seriously affected thereby and residents In many sections have sent I leaves to foresters and government ex ports for analysis as to the probable causeIn Rim street whleh ia one of the fashionable thoroughfares several fine trees are dead Entomologist Smith ot the state agricultural station at New Brunswick eays the trouble maybe due to the severe Winter of IMS and 1901 followed by the Intense heat last July which has exhausted the vitality of the trees But the opinion has been advanced that a leakage In the M mains running through the streets II responsible Several years ago a large number of elm trees at South street and Rldgedale avenue died from that cause Lightning Burned Money During a thunderstorm at Tarry town N Y lately Louis De Dlasto was sitting on his piassa counting his money preparatory to a trip to Italy A terrific flash of lightning nearly blinded him and when he recovered his sight his pcrketbook and money were muMfng The lightning had struck the pocketbook and burned up the money and yet Do Blastoa hands were not even scorched There was about 200 In the pocketbook representing icy eral years savings Liable to Meningitis Veterinary surgeons know but the general public probably dooa not that some animals are as liable to menin gitis as are human beings Goats and horses ore tho principal sufferers In tho dumb creation and from them the Infection may bo transmitted to man In horses the disease Is known as hydrocopholus acutus Of horscu af fected with tho disease 78 per cent die and the remainder havo a chronic tendency to relapse MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 1 CATTLErCommon 360 4 00 Heavy steers ti 5 00 CALVES Extra cn1 8 00 HOGS Ch packers C 25 j C 30 Mixed packers 6 10 UP 625- SHEEPExtra 4 35 0 4 60 LAMBS Spring 7 90 0 8 00 FLOtW Spring pat 6 05 0 6 90- 1VIJEATNo 2 red S3 j 81 No 3 rod Q 79 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 65V4 No 2 white a 5- 8OATSNo2 mixed 28 281- 1RYENo2 58 50 HAY Ch timothy i tf 12 25 PORK Clear mess pIG 85 IARDStOllm 8 37ty BETTTE1tCh dairy S 15 Choice creamery a 13 APPLES Choice 2 50 f 31- POTATOESler 0 bbl 1 35 1 50- TOBACCONew 5 00 4D13 00 Old 4 BO 14 75 Chicago FIQim Winter pat 5 5 20 WHEAT No 2 rtw 79M No 3 red 8- 8CORNNo2 mixed 10i 38- 1OATSNo2 mixed 37 RYE No 2 Cl PORK Mess 15 35 O16 40 LARD Steam J 7 074 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 00 4 2- 5WHEATNo 2 red 9 8- 8OATSNo2 mixed 29 ti7 91y CORN No 2 mixed COV- iRYK Western W 644 PORK Mess 16 75 016 75 LARDSteam 8 20 8 40- Sallnore WHEAT No 2 red 793k CORN No 2 mixed 0 60i- CATTLE Steers 4 00 0 4 50 SilEEPNo 250 3 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red p 8- 4COnNNo2 mixed 0 5- OATSNo2 mixed X PORK Mess Cr12 00 LRDSteam t t 7 25 Indianoootls W114ATNo 2 80 CORN No 2 rellI 36 OATSNo 2 24 Berea College PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 20 States Lareat College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mca and Dmeetc Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business and four lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaur degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to helpall who will help themselves toward a Cbristiasr education dur is a free gift Students pay a small Incident al fco to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also uiaybbroughtof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Congrogatioadietsi Ton mronuATIOf AND FBtENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SCCRETAOT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills LI44 IItItI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etcj Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is soother Flour H Id44 i p r Potts Duerson 1 Vhlto Station KT I J LLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE7 RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave proBJ411R m- ArrivoflchmondI15 n m Arrive Paris528R m ArrivuCinritnatio 50 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave nona 182 p m Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrive ParsanOp m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Bereal11 p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 am Arrive Knoxville 700 a m KQIJIIMKNT Trains number 2 and 3 Tarry Buffet llrlor ear sue roaches rod KnoxTllIe In both bttweenCinelnnallI ton 1 and 4 carry Pullman rar and coaches between Cincinnati and Knoxville In totli direr tlouL W H ROWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ft ATLANTIC RY CO Tim table In eflectAprll1O190SR- APT BOUND o 1 No t No 8 Ventllln 1016 a la 6 M p m Nlcholtitllla 1100 7IS V ter View 1134 740 Richmond ar11556 810 Rehmond IT JtOS p m 6 SO a ta Irvine Ida 7e0 Bettytin 2405r J5J ncauyeule let 800 1020 WEST ROUND No I No 4 No I- VcrMjllcn 7Ai aau S 25 p m Nlcnolmtllle 6JA 277 VnllcyVlew 624 2M IT COO 1 J5 Rlehmoml ar 755 p m 1JO Irvine 6aSpm 11B RcaltjrTllle lTat sal343 1060 a m uumo lei 830 1030 No 2 and 61 and 1 make close coifnectloni Klcholairlllo Wand from Lexington and Cfncl nail and at Versailles to and rout Shelbyvllls ind LouUrllle No S connect at Ileattyrllla luuctlou lor Jackson For any further Informs lion aildrvu any local agent or II R SMITH 0 AgtVerialilcs To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop la the moot complete and up date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work teat to me by mail or express ivill have prompt attention and jbargea paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernoo Ky RETHEMCK Bnnk of Mt Vernon 1hnbutt2e with t tu cent bout cASCARETS CANDY CATHARTIC the Ideol laxatlvi and guaroQteed eonttl potion cure FREE on receipt of live f cert tompa nklnC ascot tnaraT oaIf52 Tlla Foundo 5 1855 I Housework instruction Excellent Call at T J Moberleys and soatb best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS 0 AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse talland get prices they will induce jou to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nd day Telephone No 4 Berea Ky y Williams la better prepay ed than over to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly CJeaa iag and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Mala Street Bores Xr q ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings ja every room All service firstolasa Popular prices- Merchant Tailoring shop im connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Second Street oppose Court UOUM PATENTS Richmond Ky I ADVICE AS TO I Notice la In PATENTABILrttj Book Row to rP T- DESIGS5 4 TRADEIIIAIWS v AND COPYRIGWW tOBIAiaOL i FREE ryet modtraU No ft e till ate0tteee and Letter atrirtl AddressICM SIGCERe Pattnl Lc SrWacllrtOtooC J I j Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for fa Boys 200 and 175 for Youths Y 1 The reputation of VY L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere L We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect Jl l fit iaspection inv- itedCQYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY c 1I H 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1111 JvI I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I He 1 I 1 1 I I Berea and Vicinity ff GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J n 11 I I III J II I 1 I 1 1 II UJ J I 1 1 1 II 1111 J 111111 I III 1 1 1 III Residents of Korea should observe the College regulations published elsewhere about getting their children into school in the Fall If you wish your son or daughter to have tho benefits of Borea College put them in school for tho year R H Soper and wife and Mrs G E Brockman of Wallacetonr ere the guests of Mr and Mrs John Gabbard recently Tho now teacher of tho Primary Miss Boatwright is a lady of great abilitywith children She formerly taught with Supt Edwardu at tho Soldiers Orphans Homo in Ohio Those who have small children will be glad to haro such a teacher in our Primary Department and our Normal students will visit her school to study methods- It is n real education just to live in Borea and see the various build ing operations that are going on at tend Sunday night chapeland meet the interesting people who come here to visit tho College Berea is a good place to como to People roundabout Borea are busy cuttingtKy who has been visiting relatives in Berea returned to her home on WednesdayHoward Switzer Jr is in Lexington at the Good Samaritan Hospital under tho treatment of Dr J A Stucky He submitted to two severe operations and is in good condition HenryBodkinsWnllaccton attended the London FairTho stone pillars for front of Library which complete tho beauty putinMrs Frost was on her way to visit her father at Delton Wis when she heard of his painless death age 03 on Sept 2 Alex Marsh was one of tho few people to whom tho religion of Jesus Christ was the first joy in lifeMrs Kate Tatum has gone to Hiatt Ky to see her aunt who is very low with cancer Lexingtonisweek MISS Wolch also expects another visitor tomorrow vis Miss Kate Ford Mr W G Best is movSnginto the house recently occupied by Prof Charles King Mrs Charles Davis is homo after un extended visit to Richmondand Paint Lick James A West has brought in a watermelon which he thinks takes tho cake at 40 lbs It is thought to bo the largest yet reported in this see ion fI Miss Lolia E Tupper arrived toy day from Fort Atkinson Wis whore she has been spending tho summer with relatives Mrs C H Grosvonor paid Moran a visit this week for tho first time Mr and Mrs Tupper hope to move into their now house on Broad way tomorrow Friday Mr and Mrs Caufield have a visitor at their homo whose stay they hope to prolong indefinitely It is a youtig man who bears the cognomen of Maurice Maxwell Can field And oh how proud they are of himMiss Laura Bales was the guest of Miss Sarah Lauson at Wallacetou recentlyRobert Bodkins who has been at Mansfield Ill for some time re turned last week to his homo in Wallacetou Miss Ruby Smith was the guest last week of Mrs Tina lodgers of Wallaceton Binam Pitts and wife have return ed to their home in Wallaccton from Villagrove Ills Mrs Amanda Baker and Mrs Edgar Brockman of Big Hill were guests of Mr and Mrs G E Brock man at Wallaceton last week Protracted meeting will begin on September 11 at tho Wallaceton Baptist church conducted by tho pastor Rev Smith If You Want to See Any College Officer The officers of Berea College aro busy peoplo If you want to see them you must know their office hoursEvery College officer may be seen at 945 any weekday morning in his or her office That is the sure time to find any one you wish to see Tho offices of Treasurer Assistant Treasurer and Secretary continue open till noon Other offices close as soon as the callers on hand have been attended to Besides this several offices are open at certain hours in tho erening see notices on tho doors President Frost is always at homo at night at the vesper hour and glad to receive calls from College workers citizens or students Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs W 0 Fish of Paint Lick celebrated their golden wed ding on Tuesday August 20 having been married fifty years on that date Their seven living children wore all present as follows E T Fish Mrs Mary E Galloway L J Fish W S Fish Mrs J F Mason C At Fish M D and Mrs W F Garrett Mr Fish is seventyfour years of ago anti has two brothers living older than ho ono being eighty ono tho other seventyfive He also has n sister who is seventysix Mrs Fish too has two sisters sixtytwo and I fiftynine years old respectively and ono brother who is sixtyeight All of these relatives wore present at thi anniversary celebration and that i was a happy and enjoyable family reunion goes without saying Mr and Mrs Fish are well known in Boron ho having bees a success fun and prosperous armor near here manyntroain congratulating them upon tho gxxlness which has followed thom I fjr so long a term of years THE FIRST GUN There was a largo gathering at the Republican Convention Tuesday night John Gay Chairman EHsha Robinson Secretary and the follow utlbOJohnTrustees Bert Gabbard Dr Corne lius T J Oaborno Fayetle Mason and R J Eugle Ringing resolutions wore adopted as follows The Republicans of Boron in convention assembled to consult for tho public good adopt these resolutions Resolved I That wo give thanks to almighty God that under tho ad ministration of President Roosevelt prosperity abounds in all our land II That we can sewer moot with out pledging ourselves anew to labor unceasingly for the overthrow of the unfair election laws and tho bad districting of our Statu whereby a majority of our people are deprived of their just rights Wo desire Re publican success in Kentucky not for tho sake of the honors or profit of tho offices but in order that every rightsIII of Berea wo desire the best government for all tho people We prox8o to nominate men for office who will enforce tho laws without fear or favor IV That in order that every citi zen may be fully informed regarding public muttons hero wo ask that the proceedings of the Town hoard be reported in Tie CITIZBN and that twice a year they publish n full statement of the revenues and ex penses of the town i Adopted The Mormons Just at present tho activity of tho Mormon agents through Kentucky seems to have abated but neverthe less it is no time for the friends of purity anti religion in this country to cease their activity Tho Mormon hierarchy is persistent and subtilu and one can never know in what direction they will attack next Tho revelations in regard to awbreakingI and other offences of the compact made when Utah was admittedas a state made during the i investigations in the Smoot onsoI should put every patriotic citizen on j his guard against anything that belongs to Mormonism or Tho Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints as tho Mormons prefer baall themselves Cnitrrmonffm In Morocco In Morocco the costcrmongor recom mends his wares by pledging the credit of a saint la the name of Mulal Id rise Koast chestnuts In the name of our Lord Mohammed Al Hadj Top corn 1opcorn In the name of SIdna AMbuRhalch Melons Nice sweet melons God Is gracious Deans Frledbeans There be no might nor majesty save In Allah Water Cool water These and tbo like are heard at every turn Even the auctioneer who la calling out the price of n slave or tho bids for a Rabat carpet is careful to Interlard his profes sional talk freely with allusions to his Maker and tho plethoric roll of Moorish saints London Times Overdue and Mlnolnir The word missing applied to a ship brings nil hope of safety to an end and settles the loss of friends ashore and of thin underwriters says Mr Joseph Conrad writing In tho London Mall nut tho word overdue only strengthens i the fears already born In many homes ashore and opens the door for speculation in the market of risks Within tho memory of tho present gen eration a missing ship has newer been known to turn up Hut the name of an pvcrdue vessel trembling OB It were on the edge of the fatal beading has been known to appear as arrived ehd Her Teeth A passenger on an English railway train pulled the communication cord tho other day and stopped tho train When the guard came to tho compart ment In which the cord had been pulled he found a distracted woman passen ger Sho had been looking out of tin window and had dropped her false teeth She wished to go back and find them how lie nztrlrated Hlmitlf She AVould you have tno believe I am the first girl you ever proposed to IIo Goodness no I suppose 1vonrfked a dozen She And they all refuted you lieOf course Every ono of them knew I was head over heels In love with you ShoYou dear boy Boston Transcript Out of III Ilur I Miss GoltallDid you attend the ger- man last night Mr Fudge No I cant speak the language and I knew I should not enjoy my elf 8ucceas Magazine lIHHIHIIIIHIHJ Minutet ji Sermon jj- tHfH HMllIllIMllHH What does it mean to be a Chris flan beside being converted f What is required of one that lie pay ho as sured that ho is right with God Micah something over two thousand years ago said in answer to tho sane question Ho has showed thee O man what is good old what doth the Lord require of thou but to do justlyand to lot6 moray and to walk humbly with thy God r And Jesus gave this saying his endorse mont when ho said that tho wholo duty of man is to love God with nil thy heart mind anti strength and ones neighbor as ones self And that is the answer to our question today Mon have invented many unsworn other than this state ment of the old prophet to tho heart cry of men as to how theytaut lie just with God but nothing that mi nppoals to reason and common sense those rulers of human conduct ad junct to the word of inspiration ax this Think of it for n moment To do justly to give oron handed justice to all mon to give onoli a fair chance in life whatever his race color or condition in life IH not that something flue fiomuthing highButt do justice so coldly tint it hardly seenm justice to the ono who receives it Is that what is required by God No there is more Jesus gave an his last commandment to his dis ciples that they should love human ity as ho had loved thorn And this thought ass also in the mind of tho- prollhot Man trust loro moro as justly Ho must do jus tico with such a spirit that ho will saro as well as approve or condemn God so loved tho world that he gave wo rend and this should lx our standard also The lose that dos not give does not sacrifice is unworthy of the name Wo must love mercy must make it nn object of affection and BO of seeking and practicingBut this is not all To be just with God ono must walk hum lilywith him What does this moon t Duos it moan to wear plain clothing to ullliot tho soul and to lire nn unlovely and utmttnictiro IIfItT Not at nil It moans simply to hold ones self in roadiuom to obey God when ho spooks to tho soul Many man will my of anything in his lifo Yes I know I ought to do It or I know I ought not to do it wayThatinsolentlyBrothor Do not think for n moment that anything can bo approved of God but conduct arising from character Othor things may bo holpfulmomiJorshlp in church so culled and all thuthut nothing also onu pass as a substitute for conduct rooted in steadfast love of God and man What does tho Lord require justlylovethy God r T Every man owes it to himself nnd his family io master a trade or profession Read tho display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Tele graphy in this issue and leant how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy sail bo assured a position I grraprrerrkKrsrrrrtarr1rrrr orrrIscrtRrrItrKKkutrkrltrttrtvrr- A D If you have aii YiPetiii A 1 K t o s IYou will no doubt be Bind 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OSOS0SOSOSoSoSOSO5OSoSc oOSOSO- r if I I r 4 NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected aiTtl liven to Our lenders in a Con tlensed Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS A Summary of Prominent Events That Have Taken Place During the Put Few Days The Movements of Government Officials Remarkable nbsonoo of rejoicing In Toklo Is ono of the most striking fon lure attendant upon the receipt of tho vows of a practical Oonoluslon of the peace has Veen reached It Is fearm great concessions were made It la stated that the czar Intends to reward M Wllte by conferring the lute of count upon him The RaMkol Slovo having the larg est circulation In Moscow published a two column eulogy of President Root volt and tho part be has played during the last three months Dr C Milo Brady made a tour of Inspection in Jefferson parish Ioutil nnaand found 31 oases of yellow foyer The sick wore without nrtxlloal attend ance without nurses and In most caeoa without medicines tho appearance of the foyer forcing many of them to abandon their trIps to Now Orleans Another doctor was stricken with yellow fever In New Orleans August list An Inspection In Terrebonne par lab turned up nearly 00 oacea of the- disease Hvldanclng deep sympathy with New Orleans in her preeent af filct lon Preetdent Roosevelt sent a noublo acknowledgment to Mayor I Martin Behrman of a telegram ap plauding the prwldears service to hu manity In restoring peaee between the warring nation In the far east Mill Alice RooMTtlt awl JO Philip plan excunlonletc with a party from Manila Including tka Oortiln and wit and Adm Train will arrive In Poking about September 11 Rele etBg his grasp on a trnpote to a parachute as It opened to the wind IJ90 feet above the ground Joke Wil hams ss dropped to his death at Red house park near Cahokla M Hrery bony In his body WM broken The wedding of Second Jent Leroy Itortlett and Miss Mary Bowie Frank lin of Ban Antoeto Tex took place In the cadet chapel at Weet Point N Y Muss Kmnklln is a niece of Rr Adm Wtaleld S Sealer A Ilellevue Ky woman was ORe of the spouses of Dr George Wltshoff tko ifrafrrn lilueb erd whose threescore1 the world over are Invoking uaid of the police In every seotkM at the country to And him The Monthly statement of the col Ircttone of Internal reventie thaw that for the month of July 1901 the col lection amounted to ltt7M479 which l in Increase aa compared with July 1904 of 381411 The steamier Peoonte from Philadel phia tor New Orleans soak during a etonn oil Fernaudlna FIR Of the of ficer and crew of SJ JO wont down with the IhlpTlle other two escaped In a smell boat and lauded at Amelia hind bench The New York Male fair commission rent an levitation to the flue 4an and Japanese peace savoys at Portsmouth to attend the tate fair at Syracuse which opens on September 11 aa this guMti of the conunJMlon Two men were killed and three sort flUIttburned at Danville III by the bursting of a 1C Inch steam pips at the Danville electric light plant AI- n consequence the oily Is In darkne a A special from Thousand Island Park says that M R Lcfobro aged 70 of Beaver Falls a prominent paper v manufacturer and retired merchant dropped dead at his summer homo it Watertown N Y The building and stock of tho Penn sylvania Traffic Co which operate the largest department store in Johns town Pa are a total loss as the re suit of a fire The loss Is ostlmtaod At 1600000 The city of Portsmouth N H whloh is destined to become world famous as thv place where peace was conclud ed received tho news trial peace was Assured with a burst of enthusiasm Every hell and steam whistle In tno city made a din for half an hour The French newspapers devoted Iwngthy and eulogistic editorials to President Roosevelt The president Is I tho hero of the hour Indeed little men tlon Is mado of Emperor Nicholas over the termination of the peace confer ence Mrs L W Waldron wlfo of a physi clan of 1o1l11llIle Ky WRY robbed of Jewels valued at n thousand dollars at the Wayno lintel Detroit Charles Dowoy only surviving broth er of Adm Dewey died at his homo at Montpellor Vt Ho was 79 years old and died from old ago A bomb thrown against tho front of the house of Mitchell Pall Adlna a wealthy contractor of Now York shat tered the front door smashed tho win- dowli and drove all of the Inmates in panic to tho street Fifty iliiMlan families left Panama or Cblriquo Arrangements have boon mado tl which the samo number of Russian families will be settled ovary month to different portions of tho re pubtl Mt Vesuvius Is In full eruption 0m Inoue rumblings ort heard In the lute tier of the crater and the volcano is throwlne out a cront How of lava Abraham Lincolns birthplace a 110 acre farm near Hodgonvlllb Ky wu sold at publlo auction to n J Collier of New York represented by E J Mo uennott a Louisville lawyer who probably bought It aa an Investment The price paid for It 3COO Is not more than It would bring for farming purposes MaJ Gen Leonard Wood and Mrs Wood has left for the Philippines whore ho will resume command At a meeting of tho board of health hold at Cairo III It was decided to add more Inspectors to the force and thus prevent any possibility of any om slipping through tho lines A largo number of persons were turntd back City Policeman F J Murphy acting as quarantine officer was killed out right Flagman Gcorgo J Lott so bad ly Injured that he died at the hospital shortly after and three others were slightly injured In a wreck of a South orn railway passenger train In Au gusto Go The American Italian and Frond expeditions observed tho oollpso at Tripoli In a clear atmosphere It last ed three minutes and four seconds The shadow bands wore particularly distinct beginning ten minutes before the totality On tho recommendation of Grant Duke Vladimir the emperor has par doned Prokope who was sentenced to death for the nseasalnatlon of Col Ire marenko chief of police of Vlborg- A series of earthquake shocks the moot severe oven experienced In that section were folt at Portsmouth N H Buildings trembled perceptibly dishes wero shaken from shelves and In many cases people rushed In terror from their homos into tho streets After bolng dismantled for nearly two years the Venezuelan gunboat flea limrndor Is being hurriedly recon structed at Cramps shipyards Or den have been received by the com pany to have the boat In readiness to sail for Caracas within CO days Owners of Independent telephone systems In Dana Sandaford Liberty villo and TerrI Haute Ind and Von mtlllou Scotland Chrisman Dudley Hrooton Redmon Horace Grand View and Parts III organised the Citizens Mutual Telephone Co A paean of Joy Is all over Italy at the news that pence bad actually been eoBeJwled The statesmen unanimous ly think tint pence was best for both belligerents white at the same time a possible Rnropenn conflagration la avoided The appeal of the state of Kentucky In its MM against Caleb Powers un der prosecution on the charge of bins a party to the murder of GOT Ooefeel was docketed In the supreme court of the United States According to officers of the Miens spoils Tpolhtae no oxtenelon of the strike of the Typographical Union In Chicago to Minneapolis and St Paul Is looted for- Secretary lJoAllftrteSn the nctlotr upon the finding of the court of In quiry In the case of the Itennlngton explosion severely arraigns the ota ears of the veeael for failure to look after Ute Xety valves onjers Com mander Luclen Young before a court martial to clear himself ef the charge of official neglect of duty directs the sourHiwrtlal of Bnslgn Wade on the charge of neglect of duty and dlsap proves the eourt of inquirys finding that tho UennlnRton was In an excel lent state of discipline and In good and efficient condition Kermit Rooeevelt son of the proM lent returned to Deadwood S Dn after a ton days hunting trip with Capt Stttll llHllock and party The fifth day Hit young Roosevelt killed a small brown bear Gov Donctai of MMMchusettJ an lounoes that ho Is not Icandidate for oeleetlon Probably most Important of nil in the peace treaty Is the fact that the formal recognition of Japans posses lion of the Chlnoso Eastern railroad below Kuenoheugtso the junction of the branch of Klrln Involves payment by Russia to China of a sum estimated at 175000000 This Iii the Chinese In teroat In the road and for It China must be remunerated Well Informed banking Interests In New York city are of the opinion that the treaty of peace between Russia and Japan will soon bo followed by a lusslan loan and with another later by Japan Returning from an automobile ride through many of the wards of New Or- loans Dr White said Wednesday ho was much pleased with tho evidences ho saw on every side of the excellent work which has been dono by the forces working under the direction of the federal authorities an well as by citizens In general War has been resumed between the cattlemen and sheep raisers in Wyoming Eight thousand sheep wero slaughtered during a raid by cattlemen- In tho Big Horn oasln The spread of cholera from two lo calltlos on the river Wclchel five days ago to 34 cases In 12 localities extend ing from tho Baltic to the liver War thin ICO miles south and Its appear mco In Hamburg has given an unpleasant thrill to the people of Got nanny An attempt was made to assassinate GoY Kelngorborg of Moghuloff Rus ilia A bomb was thrown at the fivernors carriage but It failed to ox ilodo Tho bomb throwors escaped William Van Vorheos was killed by his wlfo In his restaurant in Chicago Tho two wero quarrollng nnd Mrs Van rorhoos fired throe shots at her hus band Provident Roosevelt signed the com nlsslons of Daniel W Baker to bo United States district attorney for tho Matrlct of Columbia anti of Charlos A iIcGonaglo of Indiana to be deputy auditor of the nest offlco dooartraunt Col William R Holloway fccme postmaster at Indianapolis consul general at SL Petersburg a dnow con sul at Halifax N S may become mIn later to Ecuador vice Archibald J Sampson of Ohio who will resign The central west Is being flooded with counterfeit pay checks of tho B II O 8W railroad Already It Is known that merchants and saloonkeon era of Cincinnati have been caught for an aggregate of 1000 through the bo gus pay chocks Tho aggregate ot tho forgeries will reach Into many Ihousands Kllhu Root theAmerIcan secretary of state returned to St Johns N B from Labrador by tho mall boat and left for New York Mr Root oxprosoi great gratification that peace should have teen achieved Two skeletons oath measuring mon than seven feet in length were dls covered In a gravel pit In Forest near Fon dti Lac WIs Tho skulls aro as large as those of two ordinary per sons night members of the LoulsvIIU baseball club woro Injured In a collis ion between a trolley car and a wag onette In which tho club was being ta ken from the ball park to a hotel It Kansas City- Announcement was made by the ofll cere of the Hqultablo Life Assurance society that tho Indebtedness to the society of the Depew Improvement Co was paid the principal and interest amounting to 29385082 Two deaths from cholera have occurred at Lemborg Austria and several suspected cases are under observation In sight of 26000 persons Prof John Baldwin was blown to atoms at Green vlllf 0 by the explosion of six sticks of dynamite while 1500 feet In the air His wife and three children wero among the spectators who witnessed the tragetb1 Fragments of Baldwins remains wero found scattered over a SOaore field Baldwin was 37 years old and his homo was In Losantvlllc IndNineteen of the larger job printing houses of Chicago aro without union compositors tho result of a series of strikes inaugurated by Typographical Union No 1C against members of the Chicago Typothelao the purpose of the strike being to compel the Typo thecae aa an organisation to accede to demands for the closed shop and that eight hours constitute a days workThe order relieving Brig Gen WH Liam H Carter from command of the department of the Vlsayas Philippines aid assigning him to the department of the lakes at Chicago was ieeued Spread of the Chicago Job printers itrike to oUter cltloB is a possibility following the arrival of President Jas Lynch of the International Typograph teal Union The Jackson woolen mills and pants factory at Jackson Tenn was burned Thebes will be 100000 The in raranee amounts to K000 Frank Weakley alias Harry Parker sad Tom Sherman alias Harry John son of Independence Mo were found iiillty of murdering Pawnbroker Jo teph Mayer in his shop at Detroit July S8 and sentenced to lifo Imprisonment The monthly statement of the pub Idle debt shows that at tho close of business August 31 1006 the debt osa cash In the treasury amounted to 11006524506 which Is an Increase as compared with last month of 3476 6116aHenry R Wardoll an American employed by the Panama railroad Is seriously 111 with yellow fever in the quarantine hospital on Swinburne is and New York Wardell arrived In New York oir the Panama railroad rtoAmor Havana from Colon That extra precautions shall be ta ken to prevent bringing In a case of iholeru among Immigrants from Gor- man ports was agreed at a conference between Health Officer A H Doty of New York and the representatives of several transAtlantic steamship com panics A largo ladle filled with molten steel burst In the molding department ot tho ynltod Statos Stool Corporations works at Donors Pa One man was burned to a crisp and six others sort msly Injured Fire destroyed tho dock of the Oregon Railway Navigation Co and the Pacific Coast Elevated COB Warehouse In lower Alblnn near Portland Ore stalling a loss of 200000 A notable board of distinguished en gineers assqmbled in Washington upon the request of President Roosevelt to dctormlno the relatlvo feasibility or n sea level or local canal In the division of the American continent at the Isthmus of Panama New York captured the national trophy in the shooting tournament at ioaglrt N J after a four days struggle The second prize went to tho team representing the Infantry branch of the United States army and Ohio finished third Several cases of suspected cholera are reported from Baden and from tarodova In Gallclo A case of smallpox that of a colored prisoner about 30 years old was dis covered among tho Inmates of the United States jail at Washington John Dyer jr contractor was ar rested and Clark L Daggett his super- Intending architect waa ordered to bo placed under arrest on charges of man slaughter and criminal negligence In connection with tho collapse of the do lartmont store building of the John a Mayors Co Albany N Y which omitted In the death of 13 andtho Injury of upwards of 40 others A dispatch from Lldzlopudzo con lairs the details of what will probably ho the last engagement of the war Title encounter took placo on August 28 nnd resulted In an advantage to the Russians who took 130 prisoners t BLOODY WAR ENDED The Terms of Peace Settled by the Plenipotentiaries The Happy Conclusion of the Confe once Was Sudden and Dramatic In the Interest of Peace the Japanese Yielded Portsmouth N II Aug 30Tho long and bloody war between Japan and Russia is ended Tho terms ol peace wero settled by Mr Witto and Baton Komura at the session of tho conference Tuesday morning and In the afternoon preliminary arrange moats for nn armistice wore conclud ed nnd the actual work of framing tho Treaty of Portsmouth was by mu lush agreement turned over to Mr Do Martens Russias great International lawyer and Mr Dennison who for 25 years bas acted as the legal advisor of the Japanese foreign office The treaty is expected to bo corn pleted by tho end of the week This happy conclusion ot the con ference which a week ago would have been shipwrecked had It not been for the heroic Intercession of Roosevelt was sudden and dramatic fcor the sake of peace Japan with the magnanimity of a victor at tho last moment yielded everything still In Is sue Russia refused to budgo from the ultimatum Emperor Nicholas had given to President Roosevelt through Ambassador Meyer No indemnity under any guise but un agreement to divide Sakhalin and reimburse Japan for the maintenance of tho Russian prisoners wore his last words They had been repeatedly reiterated In Mr Wlttcs Instructions and in the form jf a written reply to tho Japanese com promise proposal of last Wednesday they were delivered to Baron Komua Tuesday morning Mr Wllto went to the conference declaring bo was powerless to change the dot of nn I or the cross of a t in his Instructions Emperor Nicholas word had been given not only to him but to President Roosevelt the head of a foreign state When Baron Komura therefore first onored the new basis of compromise outlined In the dispatches Monday tho complete renunciation of indemnity coupled with a proposition for the re- demptIon of Sakhalin at a price to bo fixed by a mixed tribunal consisting of representatives of the neutral pow era In fact If not In words the solution offered by the president Mr Witte again returned a nonposslmus tl was what Mr WItte termed in an Interview the Psychological moment Mr Wltto did not flinch He expected t rupture and as he exprcscd it afterward be was stunned by what hap paned Baron Komura gave way on all the disputed points With the pre science that has enabled tho Japanese to guago the mental processes of their adversaries on the field of battle and upon the son they bad realized In ad ranco that peace could be obtained in no other way They had warned their govBrnoment President noose volt hAd also it Is believed advised Japan it was ootter to meet the Russian position than to take tho respon ilblllty of continuing the war for the purpose of collecting tribute The mikado at the session of the cabinet and older statesmen Monday had sanc honed the final concession When Baron Komura yielded the rest was mere childs play Article 10 and 11 Interned warships and the limitation of Russias sea power In the far East were withdrawn Japan agreed that only that portion of- the Chinese Eastern railroad south of Chautfu the position occupied by Oyama should be coded to Japan Both sides once the deadlock was broken wanted a Just and lasting peaceBefore leaving the conference build Ing felicitations were exchanged with the president at Oyster Bay boUt Baron Komura and Mr Wltte telegraphed The former confined himself to apprising Mr Roosevelt ot tho con ditions upon which peace had been concluded Mr Witte frankly laid his tribute at tho presidents fool In his message ho said JHlstory will ascribe to you tho glory and added tho expression of RlEslas hearty appreciation of tho presidents generous Initiative Mr Roosevelt replied with words of thanksI and congratulations CONGRATULATORY MESSAGES They Poured In Upon the President From America and Europe Oyster Bay Aug SO Throughout the late afternoon and evening Tuesday messages of congratulation poured in on the president from peoplo both in America and Europe Tho great part ho has played In the bring ing about of the success of the confer enco sad In promoting the Interests of civilization is recognized throughout tho world as Is Inalcated by the cordiality and wide tango covered by the congratulatory dispatches Nono ot these messages was made public What Berlin Thinks Berlin Aug 30Japan has won a great moral victory tussia a great dip lomatic ono and President Roosevelt has become the first figure In interns tional statesmanship that Is what Ber lin thinks of the result of the Ports mouth conference Will Make Loans Now York Aug 30Well Informed banking Interests In this city are of the opinion that tho treaty of peace between Russia and Japan will soon be followed by a Russian loan an- with another later by Japan lIT INTERESTING STATE NEWS f THEY FAILED In the Dark Artillery Made An Attack en Camp Yelser Paducah Ky Aug 30There was an artillery attack on Camp YeUer Tuesday morning about 1 oclock from a road to tho south The troops responded promptly to the riot call and put out skirmish lines to capture the artillery but It oeoaped by an unex pectod route The mon In charge of the cannon lost the breech and two men run the lines of defense stolo a lantern and were making for the road when captured The defensive forma tlon was complete the camp being protected on all sides Tuesday nIght the soldiers took In the sights as this was pay day The pay roll amounted to 372270 Col Ayres paid off In 43 minutes which was three minutes over his record made lit paying the First At the next legislature It Is probable that a bill will be Introduced Increasing the pay of the privates to 1125 a day and CO cents extra for drills At present they get 43 cents a day from the government and noth Ing tot drills Some of the high oft dais are discussing a proposition to make Paducah the permanent location for the state encampments on account of Its natural advantages ALLEGED CONFESSION A Forgery of Notes Amounting to 6 300 on a Louisville Bank Louisville Ky Sept IJohn II Waters formerly the head of a private savings bank at Sellersburg idwanted hero on the charge of forgery came to Louisville and It Is alleged confessed that he had forged notes hellby the First National bank of this tho extent of 6300 The al loged confession was made It Is said in the presence of Clint C McCarty the presldpnt of the bank and flue detto C Lutz of Joffersonvllle the as sIstant prosecuting attorney from Clary county Indiana Waters it Is claimed said that he had been renew Ing the notes for four years and that they originally represented 8000 SUCCEEDS POYNTZ R G Phillips Is Chosen Secretary By the State Election Commission Frankfort Ky Sept ITho state election commission elected R G Phil lips of Hardln county as secretary to succeed Ollie M Poyntz J L Fer guson was appointed democratic com missioner In Hopkins county and A C Carden in Hart county On motion of Commissioner Burnam republican II change was made In Garrard county by substituting 11 H Daison for Cal via Nevlew as a republican commissioner The board will meet again September 8 to select the democratic commissioners In Bath Da view Ma goQln Marshall Whitley and Union counties TO EXPEDITE POWERS TRIAL The Transfer of the Hearing To the United States Court Is OppoledI Frankfort Ky Aug 30The record and briefs of the commonwealth In appeal from a ruling of United States District Judge Cochran assuming junta diction of the case of Caleb Powers were forwarded to the clerk of the supreme court at Washington States Attorney General Hays will appear bt fore that court October 9 and ask a speedy hearing and that a writ of mandamus Issue to require the return of the case to the Kentuckycourts Back Tax Suits Dismissed Henderson Ky Aug 31The fol lowing back tax suits Instituted by Rovouuo Agent George H Alexander wore dismissed Henderson cotton mills Winstend Distilling Co F I Clone Sons Coqulllard wagon works and the George Delkcr Co Keeneland Farm Sold Lexington Ky Aug 31Mr JT N Mackey of Los Angeles Cal has pair chased of his slster In law Mrs R E Smith her property on the Vt rsallles pike known as Keeneland and pre sented it to his wife who was Miss Stella Keene Big Farm Sold Paris Ky Aug 31One of the larg dst sales of farming lands ever made in Harrison county was consummated when Judge W T Lafferty of CynthI ana sold for tho estate of S J Ash brook 575 adros for a little over 43 000 an average of 75 per acre Motor Car Exploded Mt Sterling Ky Aug 3tC H Houghton superintendent of the Ash land division of tho 0 O railroad was seriously Injured on the DIg San dy road In company with other men he was going over the road in a motor car when thmachlno exploded Will Teat Right To Vaccinate Lexington Ky Aug 31The board of health has stirred up a controversy with Rev E Snodgrass by an order re cently Issued that nil children bo vac cinated before entering the public schools Rev Snodgrass will test the case in court Dr J W Jacksons Remains London Ky Sept 1The remains ot Dr JamosW Jackson who died do- a sanitarium at sftorman Tex a tow days ago arrived here and were token to Fnrlston five miles south of here for burial I ROW ON A TRAIN Alfred Ray Instantly Killed and Wm Blaln Fatally Shot Louisville Ky Aug 31Alfre2 Ray was Instantly killed and William Blain was fatally shot during a row on northbound train No 24 of the Louisville Sc Neshvlllo railroad TIll shooting occurred as the train wan Rearing Stephenson Ky at which place the two victims lived John Huebonk the negro porter on the train Is in Jail at Hardlnsburg charged with murder and a colored woman le held as a witness and possible partial pant in the affray According to the statement of the trainmen Ray and Blain with a number of friends board ed the train at Hallsville All had been drinking and became involved la trouble with the conductor over the payment of fares Later as the negro Huebank entered the coach set apart for negroes where the whlte ia n had established themselves It Is alleged that Ray and Blain and the others vie lently abused him and a negro woman passenger The shooting followed but the conductor of the train was unable to state whether the porter or the ne- gro woman or both used revolvers TO HIDE A ROBBERY Residence Was Fired and the Occu pants Barely Escaped Louisville Ky Sept iAfter be- Ing robbed of all Its valuable contents tho residence of Joshua B Rowlett 1910 Fourth avenue was fired by thieves and tho three occupants narrowly escaped with their lives Shortly after 2 oclock Mrs Rowlett waa awakened by a feeling of suffocation and a second later saw a flame shoot past the window within two feet of her bed She hurriedly awakened her hits band and her nephew in the adjoining room and they made for the front door i but were cut off by flames They ascended to the roof and escaped by breaking the skylight of the adjoining house and finally reached the street Tho house was damaged to the extentSof 5000 and Mr Rowlett know what was stolen There Is no clew to the identity of the burglars STATE BLOODHOUNDS The Next Legislature Will Be Asked To Establish a Kennel Frankfort Ky Aug 31The use of the bloodhounds In a number of mur der cases over the state within the last year has suggested that a state kennel should be established by act of the legislature as has been done In It number of southern states In the last few years The next general assembly will be asked to consider the proposi lion It may be Indorsed by the state prison commission as kennels If provided for would very probably be es tablished at tho main penitentiary hero Yellow Fever Mosquito In Owensboro Owensboro Ky Aug 31 Several days ago a mosquito was sent front here to New Orleans with the request that It be examined by the health authorities Wednesday Judge Triplett of Owensboro received a letter from Dr J II White of the marine hospital at New Orleans stating that beyond all question the specimen sent was a i yellow fever mosquito Dr White bas requested that a number of Owensboro mosquitoes be sent so that a thorough examination could be made His Nerve Failed Him Lawroncoburg Ky Aug 31JameJ Bass In jail here confessed to have Ing entered a conspiracy with W H York to kill the tatters aged brother James R York Bass says his nervtlI failed him and be failed to keep his appointment W H York is In jail at Loulsvlllo for the murder of his brother Accidentally Shot Himself Henderson Ky Aug 31 EJward A Jonas editor of the Evening Jour nal was seriously Injured by the accl dontal discharge of a pistol In his own hand Thinking a burglar was In the house he took up his gun and hurrlei to Investigate He stumbled and fell discharging the weapon Why They Shot at Him Mlddlosboro Ky Sept IMoseR Brooks a mall carrier on route No 2 from Ewing Va was shot at twice from ambush He was hit In the left arm Ho had two registered letters containing 2000 Government offi cers are hunting for the guilty parties A New Railway Campion Ky Sept lJohn and Floyd Day the promoters of a railroad from Natural Bridge Powell county to this place havo secured the right of way and grading will begin on the rdad at once and will be completed to this place by tho first of January Are Held To the GraDf 31t Sterling Ky Polliee men Wm Britton and Luther Ilgrroanijo on trial In Harrodsburg for Hit murder of oxRopresentatlvo Black and Wm Stolls during the fair were held to the grand jury In the sum of 1000 bond each Shot Father ln Law KuttaTO Ky Sept tEd Timniona shot and fatally wounded fits fathor inlaw W B Scott with a 35coiiber pistol about three mlts In the country north of here Tlmmoas and his wtfvi i have been riving separate r ilH I I I I I H I I I I II I II I I I I I J t I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News f No eomspondence published uleu dgaed to tiU by the writer The name I not tot pubUcaUOD bat U II erldena or good Wth Write pw53y i LLLLLLLLLLL+ HH I I I I I I J I I I 111 1 1 j CLAY COUNTY ICE CLIFF Sept lAn eighteen days meet tfng hold at this place and conducted liy Rev T A Wilburn evangelist or Valley Tonn has just endod wilt anaddiliou of 77 to the church Plenty of rain and hot weather are making the corn crop of this county look prosperous Tho school ot this place is progressing nicely with H Jl McLendon as teacher Misi Mary Clarkston of Sidell n Borei student is teaching the upper Rot Bird school precinct No G0Mra- nd Mrs Sizemore have just return ed from a visit to Mrs Sizemorei parents in Perry county Arthui Sizemore has just returned from a trip to Sidell Kentucky where he visited Mr and Mrs John D Clark stonWe are grieved to hear of the death of our friend Mr Tom Knuckles a former fitmlotjt of Berea college Ho was killed at Straight Creek Ky Saturday evening August 10 in a fight tho particulars ofwhich wo have not learned and was buried on lied Bird near his old home Aug 211ho little daughter of Mr Joseph Keith died Aug 25 after along illness Tho Flat Lick Stave Co of flat Lick Ky has moved its stare machine from this place to Katy s Creek where it is doing an ex tensive business After September 5wo will have a lot of county officers to spare there aro about thirtyfive candidates for the various countyoffices and each one says he is sure of election OWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR Sept 2We are having plenty of rain nowIVork has been begun on the new county road up White Oak Creek It was certainly much needed The fourth quarterly meeting of l the M E Church was held Saturday and Sunday This was Bro Hills I last time to be with usDreck Rowland is having a new kitchen built this weekJ C Baldwin and wife of Raccoon Laurel County have been visiting in Owsley for the last few daysMiss Lena Roberts has come back to Major she has been staying at Booneville for the past a few mouthsArthur Garrett ex i pects to start for Louisville in a few days to take a commercial course in the Bryant Stratton Business College MrsEva Reynolds of South Boone ville formerly of this place is very low with consumption and is not expected to liveG W Troadway of Paint Lick has been visitingold friends and relatives in Owsley re cently Our Sunday school at this place is progressing finelyS P Clark sold a young mule the other day for GOStepllen Gabbard visited at Mr Scales Sunday He reports a pleasant time- JACKSON COUNTY SAND OAP Sept 1We experienced the hardest rain bere tOday that has fallen this summer Died last Monday night Tuguu Standifer the ton of Mr and Mrs Stephen Standifer The remains were interred Wednes day in the Clover Bottom Cemetery The bereaved family have our sym pathy James Durham of Clover Bottom is on the sick listMaster Murray Durham who has been visit ing relatives hero has returned to his home in Louisville The Fifth Magisterial District Teachers As sociation that was hold at Sand Gap last Saturday proved to be very successful Mr Ellis Seal an old student of Berea College visited tho school at Sand Gap yesterday The statement in THE CITIZES of last week stating that the horse which Mies Emma Johnson rode to McKee lilt its leg broken is a mistake Its leg was only sprained but it was reo pdrtod broken to your correspondent Miss Florence Lake and Mr General Martin of Evergreen at tended the Teachers Association at Sand Gap lest Saturday Henry Combs of Berea was a guest of James and Edward Durham last Saturday night Ho took Edward in his buggy to church the following Sunday Lewis McGuire and wife are visiting relatives in the edge of Jackson and Rockcastle Sept 4We are having some fine weather at Sand Gap There in plentyof work going on here now adays Miss Florence Durham is gratified with her experience at the Teachers AssociationTick Dur hum who has been absent for a time has returned homeSelum Reece who recently quit his wife was seen passing through Sand Gap going toward home Cyler Williams of Clover Bottom has bought him a farm in the State of Illinois andsays ho is going into the farming business Den Campbell paid Fag Brock a flying visit recentlySand Gap school is doing nicely iLe = t x t tit III IYORK PROSTRATED The Aged Prisoner May Not Survive Hit Trial Lawrenceburg Ky Sept GWm S York accused of the murder of his brother James R York Sr In this county August 18 was brought from the Louisville jail and placed In the Jail of this county to await action of the grand Jury When the prisoner who Is 65 years of age arrived here he was so prostrated by the trip that the officers bad to carry him to the Jail a distance of about 100 yards Arriving at the jail he threw himself on a cot and refused to talk to any one Many people who saw him on the way to the Jail expressed the opinion that he would never live to be tried The grand Jury returned a verdict charging W S York with the crime of willful murder committed by shooting his brother A formal ar raignment was waived and the case set for trial next Saturday WANT NO DELAY The Contract For Statehouts Founda tlon Will Be Clunacd Frankfort Ky Sept GThe states house commission will meet as loon as Gov Deckham reaches Frankfort to pass on the question of changing the specifications as to the foundation stone to be used In the new stite house The bid accepted was for Missouri granite but the quarry owners say they can not deliver the stone for nine months This is too long and would necessitate extending the contract for another year President Taylor of the contracting company has so Informed the commission and they will likely substitute Georgia or Carolina granite as It can be delivered at onco HIS PHOTO THE TARGET The Subject Says He Is Glad the But let Was Not For HlmoHf Owensboro Ky Sept G111e pic turn of Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Rlngo which was displayed in front of a photographers establishment was the target for a pistol ball Tuesday The shooting was done at 1 oclock Mr Ringo said ho hoped the party who shot at his photograph would continue to confine his bullets to the picture Claims Damages ML Sterling Ky Sept Gz T Hurst of Jackson filed suit in Breath Itt county against the Frozen Creek Cannel Coal Co composed of Dayton 0 and Winchester Ky parties for 20000 damages Hurst alleges that the company leased 386 acres from him and was to work the mines on percentage basis which ho says It failed to do and abandoned the mines Suit Recalls Tragic Death Newport Ky Sept GAllee West cott administratrix of Edward West oott filed suit against tho Union Light Heat and Power Co and the City and Suburban Telegraph Co to recover 15000 The suit is the result of the killing of Edward Westcott on August 21 by a live wlro Death Comes To C C Smith Bowling Green Ky Sept 8Chas- C Smith aged 72 years died at his home In this city Tuesday afternoon of cancer He leaves a widow and one son Joe Hill Smith a guard at the Eddyville penitentiary He had been confined to his bed less than a week Sent To the Workhouse Lexington Ky Sept fl Fletcher W- Golden of Ironton 0 who walked Into police headquarters and announced that he had committed murder In West Virginia was sent to the city workhouse for 30 days lie repudiated his former confession Are After Timber Land Lexington Ky Sept GW T Rus sell C Gray O Mitchell and Momer Mason representing a lumber syndl cafe at Parkersburg W Va were here en route to Jackson fo close a deal for a large tract of timber land on the Kentucky river Assaulted In Court Lexington Ky Sept GEarl Saileo was fined 26 and costs by Magistrate Payne for Striking B F Beasley with a cane in court The trouble grow out of a charge made by Beasley that he had lost money In a crap game oper atedby Sallee Killed In a Sawmill Hopklnsvllle Ky Sept GW H King employed at the sawmill of W C West was instantly killed Tho mtltwas being operated at MoNalr near the Muhlcnberg county lino Kings body was badly mangled Father of 21 Children Louisville Ky Sept 8I have 21 children and only ono of them a black sheep sobbod James Oglo on the stand in the police court 110 appeared against his son Peter who had threatened his fathers lifo Old Citizen Dead Covlngton Ky Sept C William Greene for more than 30 years a resl dent of this city died at the homo of his daughter Mrs A 0 McLaughlin- at 1388 Grenup street Ho was born ritai ML Sterling 1tL COMMUNICATIONS EDITOR CITIZEsI will give thief ly myexperience at Boron I moved to Berea August 21 1003 for the purpose of selling goods and educating my children provided tho out como prowl satisfactory 1 sold during the first year 010 worth of goods tho second year 12000 Of course this was beyond my expectation At tho end of the first year I bought property that cost mo 1200 I find my investment to be n good one as property basin creased in value I have found the the people hero to be law abiding and industrious The College itself is more than oqomight expect who was never hero The moral training it gives young men and women is the best to to found in the country The teachers I find to bo men and women of the highest character I hope that those parents who havo children to send to scHoolwill sund here as you will make no mis take since tho facilities ot the Col lego are such as to make tho most or your sons mid daughters- To the ambitious young man or lady I will say come to Boron us you will find hero a school to fill your needs and plenty of work to do t gothor with the lost library in the State and teachers who have yourwell leing at heart This school is a real character builder not an outoido appearance but a real character Those are the honest expressions of one who has had the experience orn mountain life Como and IH one of us you who are aspiring fur nobleness in life Respectfully yours It J ESOLE Dtin CITIZEN Perhaps you would like a word front thourar away and to get a glimpse of things that differ from hills and fields around you- I am looking from a window that opens on an arm of tho sea The hills of spruce and pine rise in contract with the white sails that bout and swayon the rocking bolts and yachts Tho Chug n gasoline boat can be heard thudding its way across the harbor as though in n hurry to re lieve its own distress The slits of light through trees and the needles and sparkles from glancing ripples prick audtioklb the eye till it hides behind tho lid in de foam from its own element Here tho weary and till weak bask and sleep tho lazy days away and the invalid caresses desponding self into hopeful convalescence The philanthropist without money and the philanthropist with are sure to meet on these shores of rook and spine amid the froth and brine of Neptunes wrath and favors Two mails a day for papers make this land of mist and sunshine scorn like Borea whoa tho nerves aro sot on edge to learn the latest The bells and whistles tried to toll tho winds the pentup feelings of tho nations when peace was declared We are quiet after the general jubilation but the quiet is that of a deep and silent gratitude The war ships were in Bar Harbor for two weeks and the monsters lay 011 the water as gently as sleeping infants Allabout them fluttered sails of little boats and splashed about them countless oars of sight seers Parties were given by cottagors to the officers and the marines came ashore daily for gambs of base and foot ball Not a drunken sailor was seen and good street manners prevailed The prohibitory law against saloons and automobiles is strictly enforced in Bar Harbor Maine and we can walk tho streets without fear of intoxication or of breaking our necksAs many changes of temperature are here as hours in tho day and dif erent formations of laud A cold current sucks through ono street and a warn in another while back in the hills tho cheek feels tho touch of a zephyr or tho chill as of ice in the same mile However tho warmed andchilled by tho fickle wind time tonic of the air holds up the heart for life and more of it Hero is a good place for tired nerves and despondent wills to take courage It makes little difference where the lame with luxury and the lazy with surfeit go but for the genuine soul battling for tho life of others andVornin strife hero is recruiting ground- I wish all Beren workers could stir by this sea the renewing pulses- of power SincerelyII M PENNIMAN To Take a Job on Canal Ft Worth Tex Sept CJ W lanagan general passenger agent ot the Cotton Belt road has resigned and accepted service with the Panama anal commission In charge of the employment of labor I Lieut Gen Chaffee In Paris Paris Sept CMeut Gen Adna IL haffee accompanied by his aides dot camp In full uniform called at the ministry of war and exchanged amen ties with the civil and military chief or the ministry J 4 Humor ana Philosophy By DUNCAN H SNITS THIS isovrrcH ABOUT ALLSKI The czar Is fyll of moldy pnmwv Puffed Silt like some Important towel The Little Intr r now eommunexi Apart and weeps about hla loadAnd ten to one eve ninny moron lie like rlpo ragweed will be mowed Ones In the hollow of hla hard Tho czar hold mhhty tiling of stale But rick Is likely to be eanmtd And tlKHiRli he kicks MRalhit his tale lIes reuttil for the better land And measured for his final crate How Mil to view a fallen Lose Who doMflt kmfr tint IwI ta dead Who GaRnet MO till dDuut cruse Or raml hta finish Jiwt ahead Who thinks lies stilt a bright tin JOM When to tho wolves hell soon be fedI Perhnps It IS from hablta fortHo blows out hent Inflated alt And talk about the winning horse All though ho owned the county fair Although Ills old friend It II Morse Is waiting for him on tho stair It must bo owned that he dies hard In dreams once more he lead the trek But with his hopes of empire marred fly Tns from his quarter desk Ho aeon alt bruised and battle scarred Will find the Jap upon his neck A Bright Future Nearly every other man you meet has a gold mluo that Is just romly to your out Its riches In a golden stream If he can just got enough money to erect a mill Did you over droam It possible that generous nature could have scattered so many gold mines over tho face of tile boundless west that aro butting up against some dividend imyltig talus and waiting for the mill to enrich the stockholder far beyond the dreams of avarice Hope spring eternal In tho human breast but mills do not ping up list way They cost money Thnt SIt where tho promoter comes In ami whore the trusting breathless investor too tunny times huts off Diplomat Hit must bo otHlwrmNteSS q the man who was trying to itort Ml all about tho census takers luuiuwM to walk up to a waiunn and ngk live law old shOo Is J 1 should think it vwuMT M rvnlliHl the ulna of InUgtlai But yuji l io to do It1 Ob no not wo I urn too gallant for that I got the Mine Information by asking her lwv younn she is cheaper To lummar In a swell revertr It more er lei a treat nut It te rather costly apart Tow may has winged teat And eo the fellow wile Is wise will buy same drug store tan And for Ma breezes eompromtee On an electric fan One Great Benefit Here Is a new cult that bollovoa fastliiK will euro all disease That may oijilaln why the boarders at our boarding house are all so healthy Matter ol BusIness White Cupid looks M Innocent Yet BojnetimoB he areueSuspicion that hes In the pay Of the installment houses Eves More Painfu- lIt was a double operation the Illton performed on him Yes Oifhls too and what els rOn his pocketbook PERT PARAGRAPHS Vacation time Is a happy time for the boys but It is certainly a time of trial for those Individuals who do not hap pen to meet with tho approval of tho youngsters and who fall to propitiate themAfter tho Fourth of July Young America mournfully contemplates the long reach of time before the next legal holiday and then joyfully pro cods to celebrate special days of his own along original lines A girl need not feel bad because she cannot be president Not any of the boys of her acquaintance can be either A man Is apt to judge all women by the one who turned him down Ono reason why It Is harder tq prao tlco than prcachJs because a man can not draw a salary for practicing Dignity may Impress women and small boys but It doesnt go tar with thoice man and tho landlord It Is a wise man who If he must have contempt for the court has it below his breathA party la usually successful In picking out a good brand of thus dcrstorm to serve with Its hamuaoekal- and Ice cream i aJ s DONT FORGET I W That tho host plnco lp buy t Standard Sawing Machines Extension Tiblos and YSideboards aid nfco Furniture of r m o kinds is at the storo of nilIh1 L 0 LESTER mChcstnut Avenue Berea Kentucky II a Phone 93 I W I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES e Phone 188 Richmond Ky Cut Flowers 1Designs and I r Blooming Plants rIeo n +OIoZOOIo +ozo+O0+o+o I0+o +o10 +O+0rO0 +O+0O0+00n I THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON f- o la here and omj housewife wants ono or more cFURNTUREAARIET or MATTING 0 9 Stooko t + i tSFROM US ITS GOOD + New Florence Drop Top nan Hearing Sowing Machines t25 180 and 35 worth WO ftj and JCT o + EVANSo iPhone c- oofo + +o+o+ooo+o+o+o +o+o+o o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o +n n Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies Phaetons Surries Traps Durable Graceful Useful ComfortableStylish od1flncnrri giveAobetler than lUtRE No better time to than NOW Prices down to Hooklwllora Qunlilimt up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Subscribe for The Citizeno A newspaper for the family as a whole special features for each Member One Dollar a Year Sub scribe now and keep in touch with the boys and girls in College and with the bast thought of the day Berea Publishing Co L E TUPPER EDITOR AND MANAG- ERiEi1jrL h Chifira Intet9ltllff MOFFETTS4PIICurs Dysentery and DM lTrnHING POWDElti Runabouts containing Bowel Troubles of Children of I Any Age Aids Digestion Reaulalu the Bowels Strength Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFEH M D St Levis to Mother Hesitate no longer but savo the health and life of your child as havo giving thesopewdeiseasily quickly ITffTHINA Is given and comes the effects ef the summers heat upon 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