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H+HIHrI+rrIIItH+IrBEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager RMfmltritto raHifrrnlllrrt Re aarMd clan mttU matter +IIrrrrIIrrrrr +IIrrrIrrrI4 I VOL VII Five cOUtR a copy BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1905 One dollar a year NO 1J i TAKE NOTICE Tlmt It ia for you to duoido whuthor- Kontuclcy roue back to the prlmltlro shout vote1 or not Think It over and vole for tho boat good 4 f tho coininoinvealtli IDEAS Dont BBorlflco n high good for a low gratification flutter ho rosixjfllod by those who know much of you than nilinlrwl by those who know little of you A man often soon Ids way Olonr from not ROoitlg the dlmoultlos In his WilY Mon of the Most linilttHl view are tho most prono to find fault Beyond thoir narrow olrolo till is durknoA- BSomibnrlmrotiH ratios tuiorlflco use proforTho thoughtluss confound convon tinnul ruloti wWi Itnintitnblo print oiploa bydoiugand t xi ootiiig buss than wo are on tidal to A torrent of words tioldom pro atMln from n npring of thought IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Uuvornor Hnnly of Indlnnn has recently otihtMl n personal friund David Sliorrick from the olllco of Auditor IKKWIMW of violation of tho linv Stnmgoly t6t1uw towitlelseto IM a tunduncy him for his HO wiled trwiohcry 4litUe more of that kind of IreHchury h ni Hlud thu trunahury that JHCI lidolity to the state above jwrnoiml nNidtanions lu the lurwUgnUon of tho Now York Life Iimiranco CbtnjKiuy it dfvelojRKl thatc60AH wore laid uwuljaignfAH McOH IM n Diwnoorat It te a M rtini iit iiofitian why he thus in i CawnlauyJudge hit claim pal a larK fund wits mnw t Iwat him by eotitribnttoiHi from tIt ourpontiotMi At any rate it- alwrer that the Equitable is not the tatty inmiraiKw Hiimiiy wltow fuuck IlIn IJOOtI misused Pro ident noose ells frieucl in tin lloutt are npwtMl to bin liplormiiied to lemr with the Swutte the 1WIllOft8ibility of HIIK any rHilrnnd rate legtelMtion Ht tilt coming wwtion It IcmluWll tlNlt the Sfimlti had the last heRrings on the subject mid star hl prejwn the Mil Dues tins mmn tlmt thare will be IM such IpgiMlutiun this oiimkni It is raid tlmt A dtanoitd mine ten INimibHity in IHUott County Al- l1Ilrt Nuys all the ooiHlltioiw of JolmnnoHborg South Africa sro iliijiliwitwl in tlmt County throughUovornor a rtpnouMilntive omirentlon from tho dilTontnt BtnluR to oooaidor tho sub ject of n uniform divorce law IVutwylvnnin npprollrtt 10000 nt till lust soeslon of Its lugislnturu for the oxiHintmA of ouoh n convon I tiun Louisville in to hnvo n Ian Sohool to IK known na Tho Joffotson School of Liar Ouu of tho dtstlnollro too tnruftof the school is tlmt llajHiswIonH are to bo hold at night An nccom plbhod body of Infitfiiolore hnn iKon secured FROM THE WIDE WORLD y For a tuna It hRs lookod na though n Ktncoful 80Nimtion of Norway and a SwwhH mm iniitOHsihlo but the t latest advices nra that the nogoti l 1IItiollA hnvo ronohed a point whoro 11111 is in sight Nothing is F known howornr regarding the 10 r hills of tlio coinprumlBothiit has boon rtNichiHl Tho disagreement was njKin tho question of dismantling tho fortrewws on tho common frontier Tho Czar IIIIH aallwl fur H soootul 1wicoConforonco 1ronidtmt Kooso volt hind already lukon stops toward i such a conforuncu but ho seems to have waived his projubt in furor of that of tho originator of tho idOl A contemporary suggests that tho good faith of thin Czar in this projKwnl will not bo queHtionednftor his oxi orionco with Japans A crinm suonm to hnvo arisen bo twtwn Franco and Qornmny in tho nogotiatloiiR relative to tho Moroc can coiiforaiitx1 Doth aides show anxiety sari tho strain promised to seriously affect tlio credit of both natioim Thoro in little likuliliood of serious trouhlo however Neither nation would care to go to war over touch n cause t Trouble continues in tho Caucasus I Tho Tartars continuo to slaughter the Armenians and tho government 1 in werlens or indifferent The theyisoil of their nationality THE CITIZEN ANNUAL REUNION Gen Tlirnsliton of Nashville Elected lao hlcnt of ArmyIol the Cltl1l LETTER ROM PRESIDENT READ t Ilivltitlloti of Ills Army of tlioTfiimes Hoe to Attend lit lirmilou In Cincinnati Accepted Effort To Be Made To Secure a Con gressional Appropriation For a Suitable Monument To Gen- Roellai1 Memory OUswioge TWIIU Sipe f0feet- btlrs P ThrnAtoH at Kultrin WM naadMcdp slagd pN dmtt et the Army of UM CnnlwrtMd la anaual re union here The ether offloMv ekoses were OorrMfMUdiiitc 8aerat ry MoJ W J Coital raoarrflni crtary Ortatnl A era tnnmrer Ilrig OMU Pnuk 0 8Mtb U S A historian Cot 0 C Knimn sxeootte eonmlttM Qaa- James Bamatt elMJnnMj OWL C 11 CafttIIOn H A Car usa OOB Smith DiaI kins and Itaj J M Parqubar A letter hem Pusl4eat Koocerelt was read MpraMfMC the regret that he MMiU MM be present at the convwi Urns sad Adn Oervrra of ipwln ox prsasail bus sorrow that he cwtid not accept UM InrMailoB The lavitatiwi of the Army of Tenneue to attend ru mumal ru ton In aaclBMtl Rut mouth wa ccptdS- enator Foraker As Orator Senator J B W rakr of Ohio WM selertMl u the orator of next years euorvntloii with Maj ass H C Coo Mn m alternate A Hnmlttee was appotntMl to ss rare a con rg tonml appmprlatkHi for a suliable immnmfni to the memory of fee noeecraas to stand IB Wa4t Nwtim It was deridisl to devote the larger part of WmtMwdays INMW NI to a me morlal rvtw for Oen II V Hoyn on Tuesday nttcht the nnntiaj camp are was hrlil at the Aol i rtum andlust tanaarn wltna Me4 the novel ryreata4lP of the entire mmbe hp of N B rat- eM camp ot CoW + 1erate Votenut lafcMiDtVhtBd aa flfICm1 of tbe Itth etvalrr to a remrion of the federal so dSerM At the camp fire the frsteraaJ quality of ttm apccchM was pro noonovl It wan flffldi lost yoar that all tu tore reunion should he lId In Chat tsnonra The lVeincday nearect the middle of October wn + Mrtertod as the permanent date for the ootnmenctag of the reunion PRESIDENTS SOUTHERN TRIP Will Visit the City of New Orleans on the Itth of October New Orteajw kept 2ulteport to p m TnewlMy Nw awe 24 total to date 283 deaths 4 total deaths In new toed 6 Increasing crowds on the streets ben Indicate the steady coming home of New Orleans MOtIle syha went war on their wormer momtoM or who Jilt the aMy at a Maas when It tMwad then wouW be a try eerfwiii Htlditiii ks hers The henry nn t nmit of frwiiht of nil MiMto ttirovKh the atraats also potato to the tACIt that qMnlnUnM are being Uftedt4 UM BHsinwkt ta taeresNtig Dr White aaavmtM te health tens comiiittta that nt fanttr iani have PMMM b fere Ute dMa Mt for MM preklhtr arrival cad that the party may com to New Ortsrs sad trsth over the state wUhoot fish shows the eoaHilewe antertalwMl hy the federal authorllMa that booeafonb there will bo rapid Uupfotemefrt In coatltUoca nov Dlancliard tsjieyhoned to Mayor Redman his cooettrrence In the action taken by th ell eons noramlttee In taking the president to cotn here on October 14 The governor sold would is present to nasst In the heI oetlon THE SONS OF VETERANS The Organization Now Has a Membership of Over 30000 Gettysburg I tI Sept 20The re port of the eon m n lerlnohlef of the Sons of Veterans shows a net gain of 5000 members luring the year There are now 88 camps with a total of over 30000 members lu good atandlng InI tlio order In the evening a reception was tendered the vultlng members by tho loan Sons of Veteran onmp anil the tadlM Attxlllnry Business Section Destroyed Marysvlllo Cal Sept SO Almost the entire huslnoss s atlon of La Porto a town In the mountains 00 miles snot of Marysvilla was tleBtroy od by a lire that started In tho Chi nose Quarter The loss IB about 100 000 Death of Ellis Varnall Phil tlel Ilhk1 Sept 20Nuts Ynr nail ono of the founders of the Union Longue of Phllndephla tiled horo sud denly Ho was 87 years old Only two of tho founders of the Union League nro now living LIQUOR BUSINESS u The Grand Dodge100 FBars All Persons Engaged in Tmf flc From Membership QUESTION HAS BEEN UP FOR YEARS tfo One Who Is Knjyncod In the Utiil floss Can Itumnlii a Member of the Ixxljro It la the Duty of Subordinate Lodge To Terminate the Membership of All Who Have Not Quit The Traffic PWlAdrtpWa Sep M 1e ohtol Interact In Tuesdays jsmlon ot tin So ntt4a DraM Lodge of Odd tfrilow ceatued shoat the nttran ol thj 1fI1 uor iralflo aa being a bar to niajsbj ship In UM orgturfMtton Tke rapmt which war rend by HepraaontfitlTa tlo41dy and later aPpU 4 b3 tIn ieaatoa tfacidaa hi bfkt that no oar can ramal a taawbar at a todga wi- tS eacagMl tn the ttwwr awrtnaac 4tf say Nay wla a ha waa a aaaakcr a5- o C aagaayd and baa bean eoHtlnrtafly alaaa the flit rullag was made ai the 18M oaflvaMtltfa at Atlantic City Tito tact cs which aroused Ute aptolna question at this time waa that of a man who being engaged In the liquor business became a member of ft lodge The adopted raport daetdad that Ills inainborsalr must be reaog alxed until tarmlaatad ta a mnaner prortded by law It la the dsty of the mibordliMua Jodaa to tonwltiate Ma mnMnlllp ttfraaa the member laa since retired or shall retire from his business in qaaatloti and the have rd moved the mmtttttUona proWMtton or shall volaatarlly resign hIs mam bfinhlp TIle judiciary oomnltta of the too eroiga lodge made a report approving a number of decisions upon queatlona of law and proc dure made by the grand aire during the past year Oaa of these was a decision Inrolriac an Interpretation of tile present law deal tag with the eMglblllty to membership of those engaged la the liquor baataaaa to which a proposed mradoiamt II taro before the aoverelgn grand todga Grand Sires Decisions TM daototomaaila by Uw aWMrt aim sad approved with a alight modi flea toa by tha Judiciary eoaaoiKtee has no During upon the proposed amendd- meat but aimply places aa oflleWU to terpretation upon tile present law The judiciary comia Mees report was DOt made public The propoaad amendment will probably eoma up for eon sMrratloa Thursday Toronto la In the lead for the next place of meeting next year A reunion of put grand repraaan tatlvea took place at Ui IM temple at alghU at which a4draaaea were sad by non R Hill llyara gmwl repro wntaUva and past smart rapi ea nt Ute of WtaHhwa taa anti lion F C noudy of Daatrar Col SltmiHaawMialy with the reunion there was an exempli feattw of tho patrtarehftl goWaa rtdi sad royal pur pie degrees at Odd Ffcttows tempts 008IterI COAL OPERATORS rThey Will NotGusrrant the Miners An ElghtHo r Day L Stasbek Fie Sept IOno of tho bblawat aaaj opwaMora IB tUH rasion wha has inat cams from PhflRdalphla vbara lie ha4 a eoatfaraaca with Prasi dabt Reer of 4lta Raa4l s laeJared uokdrttattngly and for pabHeatioti that tba operators wilt sot under my ton- Mmratian grant the demand of the mine workers for aq eighthour day wad that they propose to agree only that the present agreement shall bS continued Announcement to this ef ftct wljl be made bo mid after the miners bold their convention In Sim inokln December 14 An eighthour day the operator continued woud be equivalent to u U per coot Increase In the miners wages If we granted that It would be necessary for us to raise the price of cowl and the public would not stand for that We are wilting however to readopt the present agreement with the miners porhnps with some modi fictitious that can be mutually decided upon A Protest Lodged Caracas Sept 201t Wlonor the French minister tins lodged a protest with the Veneauelan goyornmont agnrfiftt Its action In oolng the station ot the French Cable Co and oxpolUng tho manager of the company M ann The Fight Will Be Prohibited Salt tako Olty Sopt OTho John Wlllodus Ruhlln fight ailvertiaed to I tako place hero next Tuesday nlgnt will be prohibited by the county au thorities notwithstanding Mayor Mor ris has Igaued u permit for the fight Two Killed By An Engine Washington Sept 2OPnddy Ilultt anil J H Blackburn both white mono aged about 3G years Iron workers on tho now railroad terminal station hero woro killed while by being struck by an cnglnoI 0CHARGESOF FRAUD The Oflicinls of the Western Life Indemnity Co of Chicago- In Trouble MISAPPLICATION OF FUNDS AiII Was Plied In the United States dull Court Uyn U rcfcutative 4 of Numerous Iolioyholders kj s yUleged That Many Thousands- n Dollars Hive Been Improperly Taken By Two Officials By Fraudulent Means logo Sept SO Charges of fraud ipltouilon of trust funds and ate to transfer assets to another atla rn are made In a suit for receiver nyill neoouiiUng flied against present ht former officials of the Western aM Bdemnlty Co an aeeoaament In association U 1 RosonfeM Ingraoa II Gray the tatter being the BlQfinlMr of the association arc promt Jnantljr mentioned In the bill In con n ou with alleged fraudulent vot itgrt funds to thumaaJras Tho biN Wt tiled In the United States clroult Court by Attorney 8 I evtoon repro Stitlltng numerous policy holders Later Attorney rvlaon went to Judge QatHea In a motion for tile Issuance of a restraining order stopping a meet tJ of officiate of the company to be tjeIJ Thursday The motion met with ratetaac by the defendants OMy Is alleged to have secured prox ies from the thousands of members throughout Illinois Indiana Onto and othflr state and thus controlled tho taefers By securing this control It IB altageil that Gray had pasted a reso laden voting Mm the right of contract to draw = 1 for each J 1000 Insurance tagtiailPpfloyholders Refused Information was done In secret and al the coniptatnlOK poND ales = learned of it they were re Infonnailon by Roaanfaid Gray n4lhers UeeWee these many thou aagfll of tlolre altegad to have been tw roperly taken 4t Is declared Gray lilt his associates by other fraudulent nafpti8 took many other thousands of from this ftmcern without th- edlWlp titthe pokey ItoUera The watntalnaaia are Allen W Field Jesse II Strode and AddtoonS TIll bets and the defendants besides the iamiranee company Rosenfeid and Gray are George Al Moulton John A Crawford IL3t Martin C T Drake D D nramble A B IlueUin R K Moore and A N Hisllp Bach of the defendants are residents of Lincoln Neb The defendant company is the successor of the KulgbU Templar and Mason Ufa Indemnity Oa organized In 1884 and has more titan 80000000 In policies outstanding After eonstdemble argument by counsel for both skim It was agreed that thfc case be continued until next Tuewtay and that In the meantime matters should remain In statu quo The defending lawyers agreed that the meeting of the official of the Insurance company which was to have been held Thursday soouM bo convened and Immediately adjourned THE C H D ROAD r J P Morgan Has Purchased the Con trolling Interest Detroit OUch Sept MrProaldent Russell Hfirdlnpof the Poro Marquotte wllwaynrrlved hero and In a discussion of the future ownership of the Pen Marquette said There seems to be no doubt that J P Morgan hue purchased the controll ing Interest In the road There am three solutions possible Mr Morgan may unlto tho Detroit Toledo Iron ton Interests with his southern railroad lines Ho may turn over the Cincin nail Hamilton Dayton system with the Pore Marquette to the Vanderbilt and Pennsylvania Interest and he may unite the Greet Contra lines with tho rte to make a third great system Which one of these solutions Mr Mora gan may doolde upon no ono knows but himself- Mr Harding evidently dud not ro Bard tho future of tho Pare Marquette to be pnced in jeopardy by tho change In ownership BROTHERS RREL One Is Dead From a Wound Inflicted By the Otter Mount Ida Ark Rapt 20 Sheriff Scott ro 9CtI news by talophono of a tragedy at Sliver City In which two brothers wero the principals One of thong Is dead from a gunshot wound Inflicted by the other The dead man is Albert Qroddock and the slayer Is George Craddock Tho two brothers wore partners In a mill and mercan tile business at Sliver City Albert Craddock tho dead man was also a Justice of tho peace Commander of Midshipman Brigade AnnnpollR Md Sop 20 Midship man Harry G Knox of Greenville 0 has been appointed commander of the midshipman brlgado of the naval acad emy for the coming academic year Ho Is a son of Commander Knox of the navy 1IHrrIrrH+rXHH A Family Newspaper Eight Pages s- ti j I rss + oww- k 0 2 M7trGrw tUtr f fw f ftJ Iq MJjQil tAP TAtnsuRwseaeooo c eJta fly Sept 14 05 f BANKING IS LARGELY a ma ftof of j confidence It will he1p you and help us to become acquainted We invite you to call at any time You may expect us to talk business We want to assist you in your inclination to spend less money by cutting off unnecessary expenditures A sav ings account will stimulate that purpose Lets talk it overt t f I aaehier 1 tcI i oio + + aioI Youre Invited To pay our store a lengthy call that you slay tosi eot tho KontuoltyCOMEgoods are all for sale wo advertise aud encourage homo buyiug and wo dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS Wo have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Pries and Judges of Quality i11aU testify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 r l IOLIVEREverybody saves money by trading a- tWELCftSI I 000800000008000000800000080060o 0 O I Fall Suits J 1 ao 0 i JO J250 151o 0 o 0 o 0 o Thorc is a neat handsome character to our Fall- Clothing 0 it that appeals to every man who examintisit- YetS with it all tho showing of suits at the popular 1 prices meets the wishes of the most economical mono o 0 Nowhere elsa can such style and character be scoured 0 ia Mens and Bos Suits at our prices o o o Proper selection and right buying bring to puss i ithese low prices for the best and latest styles the i o season j affordsCome inand be convinced 0 0 0 0yI o The New Cash Storl 0 o 0- i C C RHODUS Proprietor o O 1 8000000000000000000000008001 WHEN THE DOOR OPENS Sometimes Its early early Or ever the farmhouse fires Bend up their Incense pearly In wavering morning spires When the sheep in nook of the meadows Are lying still And the old wheel dreams In the shadow Behind the mill Then in the hush of the dawning In the silvery mist and the dew Ood opens the door a little way and little feet go through Sometimes Its when the wonder The hush and the dews havo fled And noontide life pants under The glare of the noon oerhed When the plowman farrow are creeping Over the land Or rises the whir of the reaping On every hand Or ever the swath is finished or the long brown furrow Is run The unseen door swings open wide and the strong mans work is done Sometimes when the lamps of heaven And the homelier lights of earth Burn dim In the lonely even On high or beside the hearth When the children go and the cheery Good nights are said And naught by the IIro but a weary And bowing head Then opens the door where nil roads end or run they east or west And child and man and a child again co- In and are at rest William Hervoy Woods In Youth Com panlon Dri and I By IRVING SACHELLER Author Uen Darrel of theBlessed IIloIs Etc I pai- exprrtrhd1901 by Lolhrop rubllihlnj Omnpu CHAPTER VII COSTIXUBD lie knew a little about rough fighting with a saber lie had seen my father and me go at each other hammer and tongs there In our dooryard every day of good weather Stormy days he had always stood by In the kitchen roar ing with laughter as the good steel rang and the house trembled lie had been slow to come to It but had had his try with us and had learned to take an attack without flinching I went at him hard for a final lesson that day in the woods a great folly I was soon to know We got warm and I made more noise than I had any thought of My horse took alarm and pulled away running Into a thicket I r turned to catch him Judas Priest said Drl There within 10 feet of us I saw what made me ever after a more pru dent man It was an English officer leaning on his sword a tall and hand some follow of some 40 years in shiny topboots and scarlet blouse and gauntlets of brown kid You are quite clevor said be touching his gray mustache- I made no answer but stood pulling myself together You will learn he added smiling with a tone of encouragement Let me show you a trick He was most polite in his manner JIko a playhero and came toward me as he spoke Then I saw four other Britishers coming out close in upon us from behind trees He came at me quickly and I met him Ho seemed to think It would be no trick to unhand my weapon Like a Rash with a whip of his saber he tried to wrench it away Drl had begun to shoot dodging between trees and a redcoat had tumbled over I bore In upon my man but he came back at me with surprising vigor On my word he was the quickest swordsman I I ever had the honor of facing sayingIsoon angered me whereupon I lost a bit of caution with some blood for he was at me like a flash and grazed me on the hip before I could get my head again It was no parlor play I can tell you We were fighting for life and both knew It We fought up and down through brakes and bushes and over stones a perilous footing I could feel his hand weakening I put all my speed to the steel then knowing well that barring accident I should win I could hear somebody coming up behind me Keep away there my adversary shouted with a fairness I admire when- I I think of It I can handle him Get the other fellow- I went at him to make an end of It Ill make you squint you youngI cub he hissed lunging at me He ripped my blouse at the shoul gods of war we made the 1sparks fly Then he went down wrig gling I had caught him in the side poor fellow Like a lash I was off in a thicket One of the enemy got out of my way and sent a bullet after me I could feel It rip and sting in the muscle as it rubbed my ribs I kept foot and made for ny horse lie had caught his reins and I was on him and off In the bush between bul lets that came ripping the leaves about me before they could give chase Drums were beating the call to arma I somewhere I struck the trail In a t minute and leaning low in the saddle went bounding over logs and rocks I down a steep hillside as If the devil were after me I looked back and was nearly raked off by a bough I could hear horses coming in the trail behind with quick and heavy jumps But I was up to rough riding and bad little fear they would get a sight of me However crossing a long stretch of burnt timber they must have seen me I hcaiil a crack of pistols far behind a whiz of bullets over my brad I shook out the reins and lit the horse RO urging will cluck and spur never slacking for rock or hill or swain Ito n- I ft J t I was a wilder ride than any i have known since or shall again I can promise you for God knows I have been hurt too often Fast riding over a new trail is leaping In the dark and worse than treason to ones self Add to it a saddle wet with your own blood then you have something to give you a turn of the stomach thinking of It When I was near tumbling with a kind of ribache and could hear no pur suer I pulled up Thero was silence about me save the sound of a light breeze In the treetops I rolled off my horse and hooked my elbow In the reins and lay on my belly grunt ing with pain I felt better having got my breath and a rod of beech to bite uxona good thing If one has been badly stung and has a Journey to make In five minutes I was up and off at a slow Jog for I knew I was near safety- I thought much of poor Drl and how he might be faring The last I had seen of him he was making good use of pistol and legs running from tree to tree He was a dead shot little given to wasting lead The drums were what worried me for they indicated a big camp and unless he got to the stirrups In short order he must have been taken by overwhelming odds It wu near sundown when I came to a brook and falls I could not remem ber passing I looked about me Some where I had gone off the old trail everything was new to me It widened as I rode on up a steep hill Where the treetops opened the hill was cov ered with mossy turf and there were fragrant ferns on each side of me Tho ground was clear of brush and dead timber Suddenly I heard a voice singing a sweet girl voice that thrilled mo I do not know why save that I always longed for the touch of a woman If badly hurt But then I have felt that way having the pain of neither lead nor steel The voice rang In the silent woods but I could see no one nor any sign of human habitation Shortly I came out upon a smooth roadway carpeted with sawdust It GODS OP WAR WK MADE TilE SPARKS PLY led through a grove and following It I came suddenly upon a big green man slop among the trees with Doric pil lars and a great portico where ham mocks hung with soft cushions In them and easychairs of old mahog any stood empty I have said as little as possible of my aching wound I have always thought it bad enough for one to suffer his own pain But I must say I was never so tried to keep my head above me as when I came to that door Two figures In white came out to meet me At first I did not observe I had enough to do keeping my eyes open that they wore the Mlles de Lambert God save us I heard one of them say He Is hurt he is pale See the blood running off his bootleg Then as one took the bit the other eased me down from my saddle calling loudly for help She took her hand kerchiefthat had a perfume I have not yet forgottenas she supported me and wiped the sweat and dust from my face Then I saw they were the splendid young ladles I had seen at the counts table The discovery put new life In me It was like a dash of water in the face I lifted my hat and bowed to them Ladles my thanks to you I said In as good French as I knew I have been shot May I ask you to send for a doctor A butler ran down the steps a gar dener and a stableboy hurried out of thegroveTo big room the Louis Qulnie said one of the girls excited ly as the men came to my help The fat butler went puffing upstairs and they followed on each side of me Go for a doctor quick said one of them to the gardener who was coming behinda Frenchman who prayed to a saint as lie saw my blood They led me across a great green rug In a large hall above stairs to a chamber of which I sawllttle then save Its size and the wealth of Its appointments The young ladles set me down bidding one to take off my boots and sending another for hot water They asked me where I was hurt Then they took off my blouse and waist coatMon DIeu said one to the other What can we doT Shall we cut the shirtCertainly Cut the shirt said the other We must help him We can not let him die God forbid was the answer See tho blood Poor fellow I It is terri bleThey spoke very tenderly as they cut my shirt with scissors and bared my back and washed my wound with warm water I never felt a touch so caressing as that of their light fingers but gods of war It did hurt ma Tho I l r Bathing done they bound me brg dtlbandages and left the room until the butler had helped me Into bed They came soon with spirits and bathed my face and hands Ono loaned over me whispering and asking what I would like to eat Directly a team of horses came prancing to tile door The colonel one of them whiz pered listening Tho colonel upon my soull said the other that sprightly LouUon as she tiptoed to tho window Thy used to call her Tiptoes at the Hermitage The colonel I remembered she was none other than the Baroness de Fer rc and thinking of her and the grate ful feeling of the sheets of soft linen T fell asleep CHAPTER VIII The doctor camo that night and took out of my back a piece of flattened lead It had gono under the flesh quite half round my body next to the ribs without doing worse than to rake the bone here and there and weak en mo with a loss of blood I woke awhile before ho came The baroness and the fat butler were sitting beside me Sho was a big stout woman of some 40 years with dark hair and gray eyes and teeth of remarkable symmetry That evening I remember she was In full dress My poor boy said she in English and In a sympathetic tone us she bent over me- Indeed my own mother could not have been kinder than that good woman She was ono that had a heart and band for the sickroom 1 told her how I had been hurt and of my ride She heard me through with a glow in her eyes What n story said she What a daredevil I do not see how It has been possible for you to live She spoke to me always In English of quaint wording and quainter accent She seemed not to know that I could speak French An Impressive French tutora fine old fellow obsequious and baldhaaded sat by me all night to give me med icine In the morning I felt as if I had a new heartin mo and was plan ning to mount my horse I thought I ought to go about my business but I fear I thought more of the young la dies and the possibility of my seeing them again The baroness came in otter I had a bite to eat 1 told her I felt able to ride You are not able my child You cannot ride the horse now said she feeling my brow maybe not for aver long time I have a large house plenty servant plenty food ParWeu be content We shall take good care of you It there Is one message to go to your chief you know I shall send It I wrote a brief report of my ad venture with the British locating the scene as carefully as might be and she sent It by mounted messenger to the BurgThe young ladles they wish to we you said the baroness They are kindhearted they would like to do what they can But I toll them no thoy will make you to be very tired On the contrary It will rest me Lot them come I said But I warn you said she lifting her finger as she left the room do not fall in love They are full of mischief They do not study They do not care You know they make much fun all dayThe young ladles came In presently Thoy wore gray gowns admirably fit ted to their fine figures They brought big bouquets and set them with a handsome courtesy on the table beside me They took chairs and sat solemnfaced without a word as If It were a Quaker meeting they had come to I never saw bettor models of sym pathetic propriety I was about to speak One of them shook her bead a finger on her lips Do not say one word she said solemnly In English It will make you ver sick It was the first effort of either of them to address me In English As I soon knew the warning bad exhausted her vocabulary The baroness went below in a moment Then the one who had spoken came over and sat near me smiling Sho does not know you can speak French said she whispering and ad dressing me In her native tongue as the other tiptoed to the door On your life do not let her know She will never permit us to see you She will keep us under lock and key She knows we cannot speak English so she thinks we cannot talk with you It is a great lark Are you better What was I to do under orders from such authority As they bade me I hope you will eay for that Is what I did I had no easy conscience about It I must own Day after day I took my part In the little comedy They came In Quakerfaced If the baroness wero at hand never speaking except to her until she had gone Thenwell such animation such wit such bright oyes such brilliancy I have never seen or heardMy j wound was healing War and stern duty were as things of the far past The grand passion had hold of me I tried to fight it down to shake off but somehow It had the claws oflit tiger There was an odd thing about It all I could not for the life of me tell which of the two charming girls I loved the better It may seem In credible I could not understand It my self They looked alike and yet they were quite different Loulson was a year older and of stouter build She had more animation also and always a quicker and perhaps n brighter answer Tho other had a face more se rious albeit no less beautiful and a slower tongue She hind little to say but her silence had much In It to admire and Indeed to remember They appealed to different men In me with equal force I d4 not then know why r V X d I A pupitJa jmiBIra It vu anti I hM to think and suffer much before I saw the end of It and rosily camo to know what love Is and what It Is not Shortly I was near the end of this delightful season of Illness I had been out of bed a week The baroness had read to me every day and had been so kind that I felt a great shame for my part In our deception Every at tcraoon she was oft In a boat or in her calccho and had promised to take mo with her as soon as I was able to to You know said she I am going to make you stay her a full month I have the consent of the general- I had begun to move about a little and enjoy tho splendor of that forest home There wore Indeed many rare and priceless things In it that came out of her chateau In Franco She had some curious old clocks tokens of ancestral taste and friendship Thor was one her grandfather had got from the land of Louis XIVIe Grand Mon arquo of whom my mother had begun to tell me as soon as I could hear with understanding Another came from the bedchamber of Philip II of Spain a grand high clock that tolled the hours In that great hall beyond my door A little thing In a case of carved Ivory that ticked on a table near my bed Moliere had given to ono ot her ancestors and there were many others of equal Interest Her walls were adorned with art Treasures of the value of which I had little appreciation those days But I remember there wero ctnvaasea of Corregglo and Rembrandt and Sir Joshua Reynolds She was Indeed a woman of fine taste who had brought her host to America for no ono had a doubt in the time of which I am writ ing that the settlement of tho Com pagnie do New York would grow into a great colony with towns and cities and fine roadways and the full com plement of high living She had built the Hermitage that was the name ot the mansionfine and splendid as It was for a mere temporary shelter peadlng the arrival of those better days She had a curious fad this hermit baroness of the big woods She loved nature and was a naturalist of no poor attainments Wasps and hornet were the special study of this remark able woman There wore at least a score of their nests on her front pr Mco Wg and little and some of tlrtm oddly shaped She hunted them In wood and field When she found a nest she had It moved carefully after nightfall under a bit of netting and fastened somewhere about the sables Around the Hermitage were many withered boughs and briers holding cones of wrought fiber each a citadel of these uniformed soldiers of the ale and the poisoned arrew They wore assembled In colonies of yellow white blue and black wasps and white faced hornets She bad ao fear of them and Indeed no one of the house bold was ever stung to my knowledge I have seen her stand In front of her door and food them out of a saucer There were special favoritw that would light upon bor palm cv rtyn DIng Its pink hollow and forag st the honeydrop rr De CoMlneedit Jlllllnrrr llotnnr Miss Johnson was an excellent tea er but her taste In dress especially headdross was so peculiar that evCn her adoring pupils eould not fall t1 notice It The verdure which appvan4 upon Mies Johnsons hat one season was so gaudy that several wondering comments were made by the buys Im going to ask her what the green IIIIcompanions She wont mind sod next naturostudy class Im going to ask her and see whos right So fed In the face but stubborn ho rose at tho end of a lesson on wayside floKtra In response to Miss Johnsons general request for any questions which mljftt have come up since the last leseoQ Id like to know about that greet stuff on your hat be said bluntly John Aken he says Its beach gran but I say Us onion sprouts Youths Companion refutation That Mfo flit Contrailon Did I understand you to say that this boy voluntarily confessed his share la the mischief done to the schoolhouse asked the magistrate addressing the determined looking female parent of a small and dirty boy Yes air bo did the woman responded I Just had to persuade him a little and then he told me tho whole thing voluntarily How did you persuade him queried his worship Noll first I gave him a good thrashing said the firm parent and then I put him to bed without any supper and took his clothes away and told him hed stay In bed till hed confessed what hed done If twas the rest of his days and I shovld thrash him again in the mornlnp And la less than an hour ho told me ho whole story voluntarily CaseelP Saturday Journal lie Was Kind A district visitor was talking to a man who had recently been in that species of trouble which Is associ ated with high walls and iron bars And was the prison chaplain kind to you my roan sho Inquired ten derlyKind miss Why bless you hl couldnt have been kinder to me if I had been condemned to be hanged Smiths Weekly Ills Career Lord Stonybroke Its time Clar ence that you were thinking about s careerDutiful flonI will be guided by you father Shall I go Into tho church odI L POINTS OF A DAIRY COW How the Good Milk Producer May De Told Some Rules Which Must Not Be Held to Too Rigidly In answer to H L Bowman Cook county III who writes I want some Information relative to the character points of a good cow for dairy pur poses the Prairie Farmer replied as follows There Is no series of taints by which It Is possible to pick out a dairy cow and be perfectly sure of getting Just what Is desired Good cows are not made to measure nor do they ordinarily POBSOSS certain marks that are In falllblr Indications of superior quality Before answering Mr Bowmans ques tion we arc laying stress upon this point so that he will not road the points we print below and feel cer TIIK OOOD IMIKY COW lain that all that la necessary II to look tar those outward ImllcaitaM While the Pralrte Partner doe not de sire to unduly depreciate the value ot the general cbaraitorteUw of a wood dairy cow as has been set forth by those who have advanced the physical method of determining good Milker and butler produccta w do wish to lay particular create utoa the Important of testing by IRA pill avl churn providing a iMbeock test ta not available la other words select your dairy cow according to her works lien are the points whisk are pea orally ooiMtdtfmt indicative of dairy q aUtyilIct1I sad cleancut IarJIII rONltutilltralsht or eat cave neck long and thin without botHR scrawny borne relatively email eyes bright and prominent shoulder this torn broad but not thickly touted as in beef cattle thighs thin bled car ten long dep and powerful Hank I high toga short ass wide apart tall long slim aa4 loosely Jointed taper lag from rump to ekouMer odder eat broadly on abdomen of generous eke extending high up behind well held wp to abdomen not both udder sad belly teats loon padnlo or fteahy milk velar large sad prominent or medium sise evenly placed sad wide apart A ftcshy wider flies to touch when emp ty sad retaining lu else sad form attar milking IndlealM preduposUlon to Inflammatory disease Skin deco with a fresh bright color bar flsje thick and shod temperament active sad docile Urge feeder In the aeeooipanylng line drawing are gives sose at the main points notable on the exterior of a dairy sow TheM are as Mellow 1 mauls J fan J forohoad i poll I tower Jaw 6 cheek 7 neck 8 back 9 loin 10 hip or hook 11 rump II pelvic arch U switch U thigh 11 Rank If udder 17 barrel or bevy IS fore Rack 1 brtftkot W d wap Si heart girth tt loin girth Mum fordThe main points In the selection of A caw are to secure large udders that are not fleshy and large roomy bellies showing capacity for caneumptlon of large quantltlM of food Of course great eaters sad large producers an not always profitable COWl but they generally are Cows are seldom profit able unless they produce at least 30 pounds or more of butter per year HANDY SHAFT HANGER Simple Device Whinh Will Hold Them tip Out of the WAEAllly- Adjusted To hang up the shafts or pole of a buggy when In barn or shod have seven Inch rope suspend ed from tho raft ers and to lower half of It fasten several small Iron rings about a foot apart with a small snap at lower end of rope Now says Farm and Home I whenever you want to place the shafts out of the way simply raise them as high as desired twist the ropo around them and hook the snap Into one of the rings Summer Silos When dairymen get down to real earnest work they will have summer silos as well as winter silos and when the pastures fall they will be able to feed ensilage and thus bo comparatively Independent This probably will be better than soiling crops all soiling crops are uncertain Midland Farmer Chestnut Trek Chestnut trees cown from seed Increase both In height and In bulk much more slowly than when grown from suokors on stumps Penny wise and a pound foolish la the wjtnan who still uses old fauh loncd outofdate dairy utenalls Prairie Farmer Some think If corn Is properly ma tunIC a little frost will not Injure It Karm Journal 4 i J I MOWING THE ROADSIDE I An Opinion and a Criticism of the Wisdom of Cutting Down Uio Natural Growth J Horace McFarland president of the American Civic association writes In the Country Calendar 1 am aware that in the prodigality I of nature thorn will be In time an en croachment of growth upon the road space and that In the pinched narrow ness of our highways mis may nerd to bo restrained Restraint or selection does not mean destruction however The result of this ruthltwi mowing of the roadsides Is always to kill the mom delicate and beautiful of the shruuu and flowers and by thus disturbinge natures balance to encourage the growth of the vigorous but really un pleasant weeds which otherwise would be In the minority For Instance along ono road with wbleh I am familiar the goldenrod asters and the like have been destroyed but each season thero springs up a plentiful growth of dock aandburr and other unpleasant weeds In another case the naturally pleasing combination of several viburnums huckleberries and a doaen herbaceous pliant has beon Improved until now the road la bordered only by briers ot blackberry which while they do give ono burst of flowers and fruit are not by any means satisfactor- yI talked with one of these supervisors who was thus Improving a road In central Pennsylvania and found that he supposed It necessary to cut out the growth In order as he expressed It to aisle the road to dry oar That Is the faults of narrowness caroleee mak lag nod a gntterleo randlion were all charged to natures effort to beautfr end It was thought wise and rlgh to chop oft everything that could be rut away on both sides 01 the road It would appear NII the Prairie Fanner that President McFartaod has unwittingly gotten the cart before ihi hors It hi the observation of many men that about the Ant thing to ap peer at tie side of the roil after the highway has been cleared of the sat ural vndergrowth Is th plentiful growth of dork Bandbnrrs and other unpleas ant weals- S a Dot lng more vigorous the noxious weed IMM no trouble In displacing the gmeac sp oars desirable growths so that obe only remedy la sway case- u regular mowing that tb pails may tip kept town and thus prv ntd from eeetttortng their weds over the country sid While we greatly admire a due orntlv roadside with Its well selected shrubs growing le a more or less nat ural state still If we most also have UM dock Mndburr etc we would pre Ail that everything he cleared that the mowing machine haw free play to rut vwythlaf within the reaeh of iu KWtnts A PORTABLE FENCE Directions tar OeMtntetiMg One In SMtlena Wkly Are Huffytto HaiMlle The eat HluMrMei a Ufht but strong portable yeas The frame hi mal IftxSH feet of lx tnrh lumber that will sot twist or warp The pieces are t+ neT ox or ncxcr- ln palled at the corner tVlretfencing Is stretched over the frame and well stapled Th hard Is mate of three places of the MOM material as kf wed In u frame Nail them to- ether as Illustrated sad cut a not It In the erosepteee at the bottom to r eelvn one of the tomjaac on the fin e frame the other wages tests in fin crotch formed Uy the two upright pieces Farmer Bulletin aw GENERALFARMNOTIg Oround your wine lessee 011 la a heap atiMKor than ma chinery Now Is the time to mow the wely pasture To save time Is to lengthen life Plan your work uefvrehaad Attend to that painting now Heat drives tho oil in where It counts for the moat Kind and considerate treatment goes a good ways In getting the boat result tram the boy or hired man When you undertake to hire a firm hand and he says ho will exchange rafaranoau with you then you reallio that labor 4s making a union with independence Yet after all why should the laborer alone certify to his character The employer should also hue something of tho sort Winter Forage Look out for winter forago The winter Is a long way off but the man who puts on his thinking cop now and plans will go through It a great deal 1 bettor than the man who walls andiperhaps starves Ills cattle or must soil part of theta because ho has I not forago enough to oarry thom through the winter The WideAwake Farmer Give us the farmer who takes tlmo to look up now and then to see what Is going on In the world about him CTvinK is not all In bending tho back over tho boo or In growing good crops Lifo Is more than a living Know tIle names of all tho troos sot last spring Yes But how about the I future Memory Is a floklo thing Bettor mako a detailed plan of tho orchard at onco giving each tree Its proper place and name and ago an d tho map I 1 e I J 4II 1I I I I I I I I 11111 College Items I HERE AND THERfl I t t I I JI I I t 1 I I I I I I 11 I I Culumhim Itonrlc who was ill I Horen last year to now in Iho army nt Fort Flnglor Wash Urlus Webb will to horo for tho winter tonn with his three brothers II C Fowler of Wngorsvillo Ky in just recovering froth typhoid fever mid oxpcctH to outer school the firel of October t Tho mimorouH norton friends of Mr Kix who was here last year will be rccovtJrlrgiseveral buckBets ills nddresa in now Gonova 0 Itiuhard Iigg ono of our filmlonU of bust year is now tit Ttiscola III on account of tho illtuwi of his sis ItrllIlnw Hunjmnin Anderson of Toledo 0 will join im Him week to ho in Hohool At tho opening of the fall term the following tttaten were represented in Horen College Washington Mln nm lnNow Mexico Indian Territory lllinuiH Tunumipu Ohio MiwHnclm ttU Connecticut Ilhodo limed Indiana Now York Mimitwippi Went Virginia Maryland Colorado New Iinnitthiro PomiHylvanla Wisconsin mud Kentucky Charles Lowry arrived Tuwwlny night from Woonttockct H 1 to LKI iu Hchool Tho following foreign countries are represented Boron College Pales tine Switzerland Germany Scotland and China Tim now soda fountain in tho luummunt of tho now Library build lug its now in operation All are in vital Quito n number of tho College lays went on a Sunday afternoon ramble under tho guidance of Viol Humold and otliors They report a- very itiHtrnutivo as well as oujbyablo lime Supt King Gos to Mlohlcsn- KoHolutlotiH of reganl from his follow workon In Moron t Supt Chan A King who has been idcnlilliMl with tho work of Heron for tho past coven years and widely known for life varied iietlvltlo an a citizen cud ChrlHtiau worker accept ala call to take charge of the Manual Truining in tho High School at Hay City Michigan nod departed with hit rnmnu few days ago Tho jKxition in Michigan is ono of importnuco and ono presents large advantage in tho way or salary anil Nurroundlnga and certain family cuntwlfrutioim urged to time stop It should lx understood that Supt Kingn rotirotnont iiullt ten no thief nution of interest in Buroaa work on hiit purr or of appreciation of him on the i art of tho College The high regard in which ho has boon hold is evidenced by tho resolutions adopted by tho Union Church and the follow hug adopted by tho Faculty Supt Chan A King Instructor in Carpentry Drawing and Sloyd hav lag left as to OHHiimo a rr poiit lblo poriitiou elsewhere tho Faculty do Mire to place on record their appreci ation of hit virtues as a man eiliciiiicy IM an educator cud life zeal ins a Christian worker Coming hero seven years ago as teacher ir woodwork he wns this first to devblo himself wholly to that department Though competent assistants hero been secured since at first all jwrU of time work devolved upon him and ho may well bo said to lx tho father of tho Department In departing to tho now field of labor for which he is RO admirably titled Brother King old his estima the fatally carry with them our deep esteem and earnest wishes for their future success and happiness IttJOSIAUoe lmrlnsr Pheasant Dr Theodore Hornblower of Jersey City N J used to have some edu cated i liensnntn Ho would cull them nrotnul lilin and say We will now bow our heeds In prayer Down would BO every head to tho very ground unit remain there until the doc tor said Amen Then with n loud Copse tho beautiful birds would run away Nitre Oil For the Eye A celebrated oculist recoimnendH that when dirt lime or sparks get lulu tho eye pure olive oil be i oured In the eye until everything of a hurtful na ture Is removed The remedy U pall less cud never falls to remove nil fur elsu substances Celery Celery U tho cultivated variety of the KuxlUu weed MiunlliiRe It was Introduced Into kitchen Kiirtlwis III England about tha time of the reforma boil by some Italians who Rave It the Italian namo celerl Iet Lamb In Iceland In Iceland that country of gentle and old fashioned customs It lies al ways been the fashion to present to the baby when Us Unit tooth appeared a lamb to be Its very own cared for aud tended as uo other pet could be aud never to bo parted with 1- a I Kentucky PickUps DEATH WON AT LAST A Woman Made a Strenuous Fight For Life With Violet Leaves Dayton Sept 20Mrs W H Me Cormlck died at her home Fourth and Vine streets of abdominal cancer liar ease which was a rather remarkable one has attracted considerable atton tlon In the medical world Over a year ago slip was given up to die by all physicians who were called In ft r consultation It was then that Mr McCormick learned of the violet leaf cure and treatment was begun Tea of the leaf was administered regularly and In a short while the patient show ed marked Improvement The Intense pain ceased and In the course of a few months she was able to get about al most as well as ever A few days ago slit suffered a relapse resulting In her death IN A GENERAL FIGHT Three Men Were Wounded One Per hap Fatally Owlngtvlllo Ky Sept 20 Three men were out and badly hurt at Shot burnt near hare during a general fight with knives at a show given by the Cincinnati Medical Co between James W Daugnerty and his son Jas W Daughorty on ono elite and two young men named Webb on the oppo alte side The Doughertys zero badly wounded Samuel Davis attempted to Bopnralo the combatant and was tabbed by James W Daugherty Three of his ribs were completely sev erod and he Tnay dlo The fight came up over a remark made by one of the Daughertya to a woman All the com batants were arrested STIFF SENTENCES GIVEN Negro Boys Pleaded Guilty To Robbery and Arson Scotttvlllo Ky Sept 20 Sheriff Urailey and his deputy returned from Bowling omen with eight negro bore who were taken there from this coun ty on August 2 for the robbery ind burning of the Bryant block on Juno 28 They entered a plea of gully Walter Isbell and Will Hughes receiv ed 26 years In the penitentiary Iucion Isbell and Ed Potty each five and Lane Dunn one year Bennie lowers Clar once Isbell and Clove Haroton will appear for sontenco Vdnoaday Property For Depot Lexington Ky Sopt 2ODy the purchase here of two pieces of prop arty at a cost of 48000 the Union Depot Co has removed the last obstacle standing in the way of erecting here the proposed new union depot to ac commodate trains of the Ixnilavllle Nashville the Ixuclngton I Eastern and the Chesapeake I Ohio railroads Indictments Returned Lexington Ky Sept 20At the conclusion of the Inveatlgatlon by the Clark county grand jury Into the nl Jpged Illegal settlements of the bark tax wilts against the Ford Lumber Co Indictments were returned against for mer Revenue Agent A M Harrison and Edward Odor of this city Scottcvllle Arson Cases Scottsvlllo Ky Sept Oclrcult court convened with 80 criminal oases and 75 civil actions on the docket The grand jury was Impaneled anti ro turned a number of Indictments against the persons Implicated In tbo Scottsvllle arson cases The Traction Deal Frankfort Ky Sept 20Attorneys Ouy Matson and Morton representing the Philadelphia syndicate are engaged In examining the franchises nitIdea of Incorporation and books of the Frankfort properties to be taken over by the syndicate Slain Dy SonlnLaw Hopklnsvlllo Ky Sept 20John C Davis a planter was shot and Idled by his soninlaw James Courtney The trouble Is supposed to have start ed over a division of crops Courtney claims selfdefense Ho gave himself up Killed By a Train Franklin Ky Sept 20J H Hummer was run down by passenger train No 8 and killed Ho was knocked 10 yards and his legs broken and hood split open The train was running around a curve and he was deaf The State Fair Lexington Ky Sept 20 Probably 11000 people many of them from Louisville were visitors on the state fairgrounds hero Tuesday It was Louis vlllo day and the morning trains brought hundreds of visitors Girl Killed By a Wagon Newport Ky Sept 20 Alice Schorf 13 of Clifton near Newport with ono foot caught In a spoke and her head In the dust was dragged 60 yards ovor the Alexandria pike by a wagon and killed Continue Case of Alleged Bigamist Louisville Ky Sept 20Tbe case of Calvin Y Rood who Is charged with bigamy and the murder of his second wife Mrs Mary Borgmeler Reed was continued until September 21 In tho oily court Takes His Own Life WlllIomsburB Ky Sept 2OIewlJ Smith a prominent farmer of the western part of the county committed sui cede by shooting himself lie la bOo lieved to have been temporarily la Waa H I IIhh9itil1I 1 eachersilII L 1f1111111111 11+ I 1 I Leaf Magic Two weeks ago I told of the true tire of the leaf the veins through which the water flows tho cork layer on top tho Jelled green layer below it tho loosely arranged layer bolow that and finally the lower surface poresNowof magic is actually carried on how the leaf ucla as a sun trap and gives tho world power and heat and light Every theme an animal breathes every time a piece of wood or coal is burned every time a living thing dies and decays n gas is given off to tho air This gas is carbon dioxide and it is composed of two sub stances carbon and oxygen If it were allowed to remain in the air it would soon kill all animals as it is poison to them But the leaves step in hero and do their greatest work Every little breathing pore in every loaf is hungry for this b7S- and sucks it up rapidly It passes into the loose layer through it and up to the dark green layer upon which the sunlight is pouring from above At tho same time up through stem branches and tiny leaf veins water conies pouring In a thousand little streams to these same dark green rolls And now everything is ready for natures greatest miracle This green substance has the power when acted upon by light to break up tilt car ondloxido gds into the carbon and oxygen of which it is composed and the water into the hydrogen and oxygen of which it is composed and from the hydrogen and carbon and oxygen to make a new substance common starch This wonderful work goes on wherever there mire green leaves and light In darkness it ceases The white stalk of corn is powerless to carry it on so it roust turn green or die In my next paper I will show how work and light and heat all come from this magic work of leaf and sun Questions Ill answer to the questions in re gent to securing attendance asked last week I would say that there are to many things to take into consider atiou that one can scarcely do more principlesBriefly is study yourlessonsand clearest possible presentation of the latter get a hold on the former Never give presents to got atten dance and act as your conscience and judgment direct you in 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tobacco or other per zonal expenses silence has usually accompanied and astonishment not Infro quently followed this separation of the head of the family from his small change There has been much more said than written on this grievance of the Benedicts At last It has been passed upon by a court Judge Slover of Kan bas City In granting a divorce to a man who asked for It among other grounds because his wife had a habit of frisk Ing his pockets after befell asleep said he would grant It for other reasons I shall do nothing he said to Interfere with that ancient privilege of the fair sex A wife has the right to do that The moral seems to be either that the pocket of the sleeping huslfand Is not a safe blank or that a man ought not to make It necessary for a wife to obtain money In that way- Profitable Fellowship Among the pleasures and profits ol intelligent travel are the companion ships one forms The wellpoised trav eler is never afraid tomake new friends says the FourTrack News He soon learns to reed human nature sufficiently to know whom to trust and one can not travel oven to a very limited extent without meeting many people well worth knowing The llttte home circle is delightful and often helpful but the viewpoints and opportunities of our fellowcitizens are so nearly Identical that our nextdoor neighbor are not apt to furnish as profitable friendships as persons we meet whose environments are different and who have perhaps had a wider range of opportunities and seen more of the things worth while which are the heritage of the traveler When the man who Is familiar with the east meets the man who has learned the great story of the west the conversation is pretty apt to be worth listening to The singular spectacle Is presented In Europe of a great intelligent and progressive people now practically free and independent peddling their throne about among the princes of the neigh borhood begging for some one to come and rule them The people of Norway says the Kansas City Journal are not able for their stuTTly Industry wholesome courage and high Intellectual Ideals So far as capacity for selfgov ernment is concerned they are second to none This hardy northern race has always been remarkable for its resist ance to oppression Perhaps no coun try in all Europe is more promising ground for the spread of political Indo pendence Yet Nttway Is hawking her throne about as a gift to some alien prince The introduction of eggs into a re cinl debate with an umpire In a western town seems to establish a prece dent which cannot be too promptly squelched o Hitherto the handy bat and the convenient cushion have been all that seemed necessary in emphasis lag the views of the disagreeing ele ment But the use of eggs no mat ter what their ago or previous condi tions turns as It were the hurried and unpremeditated act of an over wrought mind Into deliberate malice and criminal aforethought Heres another from Kansas A Kansas man was seen sitting alone on the prairie with a twobushel sack of dollars by his side He seemed to be In distress and was asked what wor ried him It Is this way said the man as he kicked disgustedly at a tuft of bunch grass I just sold my crop of wheat and there Isnt a blamed bird to throw the money at What I am to do with the stuff Is more than I can tell This one sounds cheap but It gives an Idea of Kansas conditions at the present tim- eSordidnessthe love of money and the desire to have It at any pricehas teen the stigma which European nations have fixed upon the people of the United States But now and then some great American puts Into mod ern English the old truth a mans life conslsteth not In th abundanc of the things which he possesseth TIMING SPEED OF AUTOS Camera Invention Which Enable Police to Keep Tab on Scorchers N To ascertain the exact speed st which motor cars are traveling Is often a question of great Importance to the general public who surfer by reckles motoring and of equal Importance to Conscientious and careful motorist who wish to obey whatever the law on the subject may booA new tlmore cording camera has just been patentee in England If the police wish to know the speei at which a motor car Is traveling two of the timerecording cameras referrer to can be placed at each end of a trap the distance between the point where the cameras are located bavlnj been accurately measured The plan II for the cameras to take actual photo graphs of a car Including the peopl on the car as It passos the selected spots recording the time of taking to the fraction of a second This give the speed and means of Identification of car and occupants If the watch be synchronized the decision arrived at must boo accepted b all parties as accurate It Is propose that When a driver Is summoned for exceeding the speed limit he bo fur nIshed with the photograph of the car entering and leaving the trap anc the time records and be given an opportunity before appearing In court to measure the length of the trap and calculate from the data the time actually taken In traversing the distance and from this the rate of speed With this camera It is possible to take a photograph of any rapidly mov- Ing object passing a given point the shutter speeds giving a range of ex posure from onetwentyfifth of a SolO ond to the onethousandth of a second At the same time and with the same movement a photograph Is taken of a watch thus giving the exact time A special case Is provided for the watch and In an opening above the latter a card Is Inserted giving the date which can bo signed by the officer responsible for the time test Underneath the dial is a numbering apparatus and each watch case bears a registered number before It IB sold The case Is to made that after the official has placed the watch In the case It can be sealed not locked up and It is Impossible for the person In charge of tho same to tamper with the watch wlthout breaking or destroying the seal The camera thus makes a record that can be produced In court and If carefully stored can be referred to and reproduced months afterward CLEVER REPLY OF DEBTOR It Was Amply Abject and Concent- ing Enough to Secure an Extension A prominent business house IB Haiti more placed a bill in the hands of a eel leetor who In response to a request for settlement relates the Sun received the following reply My Dear Sir Absence from the city prevented my writing In answer to yours of a recent date It will be absolutely Impossible for me to settle the claim you mention at present for the very simple but good reasonI havent got It I lost every penny I had In the world and considerable I had in the future In a theatrical venture last September Up to the present time I have not recovered from the shock- I think if you lay this fact before your clients they will not advise you to pro ceed harshly against me From theIr past experience with my modes of pro cedure In days gone by I do not think they can recall any suspicious manner- Isms which could lead them to suppose I am a debt dodger I have simply been initiated into the Lodge of Sorrow Hard Luck Chap ter Fool Division No 69 My picture hanging crepeladen on the walls of the Hall of Fame bears the legend Sucker lo 33876494 My motto Is briefly I would if I could but I havent BO I cant Fortune may smile however up to the present writing It has given me the laugh I have hopes Directly I am In a position oven remotely suggesting opulence I assure you your balance will receive my very prompt attention Bushels of Spectacles About a year ago Rev John W Chapman the churchs missionary at Invik Alaska called attention to the good use to which spectacles and eye glasses whose owners had no further use for them could be put In helping- to Improve and prolong the eyesight of some of the Indian people along the Yukon He remarked In a semlhumor ous vein that he could use about a peck of spectacles That his appeal went home to many Is evidenced by a communication just received from Mr Chapman announcing that up to June 26 three and a halt bushels of spectacles had reached Anvlk from 163 friends It is probable that for the present at least the population of An vlk Is well supplied with these aids to better vision so that no further sifts of this character need be sent un m Mr Chapman announces afresh the possibility of using a peck of specta 1cs Churchman Huge Pumping Plant An exceedingly massive pumpwork probably the largest in the world has just been constructed at a Leeds foundry to the order of a Tasmanian gold mining company It Is capable of deal- Ing with 7000000 or at a pinch 8000 000 gallons of water per day from a leplh of 2000 feet It is interesting fo earn that the order was obtained la competition with foreigners and the aarbinery has been entirely made In Iceland B1IY fig Ollfttos rlrnnl- i4tftr IiLau1h iegttt iEttrly By JOSEPH LEE Member of the Playground Committee of American Civic League irITHINK it is good for most children to go to kindergarten and to a modernized primary school at six It is the latter ought to keep him indoors at least in good weather only three hours a day until he is about nine oldWhy do I think a child should go to school so young The first great benefit he gets is a chance to rest A child of four who has had constantly upon his shoulders the whole bossing and direction not only of his parents but of the entire household and of the stranger within the gates as is the fate of most American children at this tender age needs some oppor tunity to relax The strain is greater than any child should be called upon to bear without a letup or intermission of some sort Someplace should always be provided in which he can lay aside the cares of office and enjoy a little wellearned repose Such repose he will find in school not only in the rule of the teacher but also in the society of his equals in age and importance whom he will find perfectly ready to relieve him of all the cares and responsibilities of sovereignty The two great things that a child gets in school arc not in the acquirement of this that or the other bit of skill or knowledge but first the becoming a part of a world that docs nut revolve around him and that is going to go on just the same whether he assents to its loin so or not and secondly the society of his equals The second advantage is important Goethe says that every child ought to learn to look level as well as to look up and to look down to deal squarely with his equals as well as to be respectful to his ciders and kind to those weaker than himself The school teaches this And I as a result of these two things discipline and equality the child in school becomes no longer the boss of the show or haply the too much bossed I stubborn child or younger brother but the equal subject of a common discipline the soldier in the yanks learning the meaning of keeping step of the touch of the elbow of being one of the crowd in the push in the service At the age of six or tharoflbouts the power to deal with the regular school studies makes its appearance and its ue of this power as of any other from the babys first kicking of his legs to the titans last kkk against his taxbill brings with it more strength of body as well as power of mind For the child body mind and all it one and not many and the way to gain strength is to use it A o A I i marriage and Divorce taws need Rwotieling By MISS EDITH GRISWOLD New York Lawyer I most heartily approve of national marriage I and divorce as the present exhibition I of rational beings skipping one state to another to avoid this law or take advantage of lOvernImentnature cnn obey I thnk it highly immoral for two persons who are i seriously incompatible or who have come to dislike each other to dwell I together in the marriage relation And young children living in the atmosphere of unloving parents are sure to have the finer nature bluntod It would be preferable to be brought up in a state nursery where scien tific methods of raising children could be applied Our marriage laws are at fault They should first and provide for the pecuniary protection of children before such CoremostI this world Something akin to the Bellamy idea will have to j as far as minors are concerned before we ever get a civilised state of society as anyone will realize who sees much of tenement house life ahd thinks about it Until men and women arc sufficiently evolved to cease making the serious mistakes in choosing mates evidenced by the large number of pI arations and divorces applied for our laws must take human nature into consideration or our government will find itself in a position even mort ridiculous at present that is it will have na tional laws that cannot be enforced Better even liberally to apply to the marriage laws the old English proverb No love is foul or prison fair than to cause men or women to break tile or degrade themselves to obtain freedom from misery We should have a national law governing divorce low gbildreit fan Study Common Insect Pet By PROP JOHN Be SMITH Entomologist New Jersey Agricultural Collcfe laws from than laws i I I Insects Ire found everywhere and species may be manyI studied with little apparatus Important lessons may be learned from even the common est species and the habit I of observation once formed will continue through life The house fly may be carried through all its stages in ten days and the complete cycle of changes from egg to adult observed It will show how enormous numbers may come from a small breeding place Caterpillars are common and some species like those on cabbage illustrate protective resemblance and protection by threatening proc esses No caterpillars bite and the more formidable they look the nlore safely they may be handled Some spiny forms may cause a nettling sensation and the branched hair of others may cause irritation when rubbed into a sensitive skin Such kinds as spin cocoons illustrate the method in which silk is produced and teach the importance of the silk worm in the social economy Evcar mile of fiber costs the life of a cat erpillarMany nocturnal insects are concealed during the day by their re semblance to the places upon which they rest by the attitudes they assume or by mimicking something of common occurrence like the ex crement of birds or the like Others find shelter under loose bark and wherever there is a crevice large enough for them to crawl into Honey bees and mud wasps are easily studied the former illus trates adaptation of structures developed for gathering pollen and honey the latter intelligence and individuality in the use of material to build its cells STATE GIVES AWAY TREES Work of Kansas Is Proving a Great Value in Saving the Crops A halt mutton trees a year fur west iru Kansas farmers sties up the work 3f the Dodge City forestry station Ii Uasut boon BO many years since a trot was a curiosity on tho semiarid plaint if the went Now little clumps of Urn bor can be seen on every hand repot t tho Kansas City Journal They rondo a valuable service too They furnish wind brooks for stock In the winter shade In the summer check hot wind and bring moisture There has been a wonderful chang In climatic conditions ot western Kon rail said Mr Chalk Ucoion I can remember when the bllizanU from the north In tho winter would kill cattl by tho thousands and the hot wind from the south would burn up crop anti pastures In the summer Wo got caught coming and going Now we art not bothered with either The tree break the bllmrds In winter and limo hot winds In summer Tho saving to the farmers In oattle alone runs Into the thousands of dollars And as fu crops we havent known of a fallur since tho treed got big enough to do business The salvation of the western eountrl depends moro upon trees than on Irrl gallon Only a small part of the coup try can be Irrigated at allthe rive valleys Tho government Is spendlri 140000 making Irrigation experiment around Garden City If they prove successful the farmers In the long run will have to foot that bill If they fall the government will be the loser Bu irrigation affects only a small area It the handling of the upland at a III that will count And U acorn that trees offer the only solution of what has seemed a difficult problem Tho government has set aside 0000 acres of land In Plnney county for a tree reserve BxperlmaoU will be male to tied out what species ot timber fl test adapted for that country The Afitrees that thrive without much water As soon as the government has Its re serve well started It will supply tree to western farmers at a small cost lad encourage tiles In every way to Star groves The state now supplies MoOOO teaannually to the fanners Tkre an produced at the station and alii Pr eel out la the spring Tits farwers lmpl7- have to poly tor their delivery No ehargc la wade for the tree by th state EXTRAORDINARY SHELLFISH Bivalve ef Sinful r Oeaetrttctio That Bers In a Resaark able Manner Ie haps the most etroNliMl- ightgiving sheilas to the photos or lie ash It to a bivalve that II to say- It has two shells which are opus at both ends and at each cad Is a sinr adione without say life or MOt bat It to really a wldeawahe hungry ores lute fly melts of the covers to Ib shells It can open and close them JM when It wants to and oat of elltiei opening It thrusts 12 long crooked hairy arms In search of 1U prey High smaller arms are generally tucked away laetde the shell The pliolas Is found In all eerie of situations sometime at tho bottom of tho sea sometimes hidden away In lumps of earth sometimes lodged shell hllrd8lltIIf you alto the pholas out of Its hell It looks like a soft round pudding with no Instrument for boring talc even the softest substances Us two tooth are so placed as to be useless for the purpose so are tho covers to lis shells The Implement which It use In a broad fleshy foot which Issues from one end or the other of IU shell and Us method of boring suggested 10 the great engineer Brunei In 1814 the way to make time Thames tunnel and served as n model for the machine used In boring tho Mont Conic tunnel The pholas works thus Fixing It toll firmly by Its powerful foot it user It as a center bit around which tl makes Its shell revolve the soft edges perforationI replaced by a new formation from the animal BO that It U always kept in good condition for boring Teaching Blind Fish to See In the hope of teaching blind fish to see tome Interesting experiments are being carried out at tile New York aquarium A largo consignment of blind Ash has Just been received thor from the Mammoth cave of Kentucky and Mr Spencer director of the aqua rlum fish hatchery expects that under his care the blind fish will In time evolve eyes anti see like other fish The fish are natives of Echo river tho deepest subterranean stream In the world DoubleTailed Lizards The small house lizards which are numerous in tho tropics shed their tails when caught or badly frightened Frequently when the new caudle ap pendage grows out again It cornea In a bifurcated shape and tho small ani mal IB then considered a mascot by time superstitious natives What a Question Mercy I would never marry a man I did not love Maudlo Hut suppose a real wealthy man should propose I should love him of courseStrq Stories n REDUCES THE CRIME How the Closing of the Saloons at St Louis Has Lowered the OrIm inal Cases Since Gov Folk clapped the lid on the galoots of St Louis tho wmtltueni kill the for and the saloon and the lid Its ous ethi cal moral cial and Iral a entity the and it has all this debate line but mime Itself It to an of figures The lids to the record of police arrests tit till that the lid hen com pared with arrests made this anio three prior year Ih are those of the police Th tore unprejudicedThey that during rhd tba the lid has keen OR the of the city has greatly Improved Ufnaken ness on Sunday heads 18 per rPhl- DleturbaMM of the peace on have decrtaHd 13 per cent with Intent to have t0 per tent That Is there have been ter per cent fewer ar for intent to kill n per cent fewer arrests for drunk of people against Sunday In van phases finan Borlolug have been burning In St Louis stirring community to such fooling of re sentment In dorsement that overshadowed other locally public questions In the fervor of St Louis heard everything tide argument for argument argument In Louts tbrnuKb period been on the In period through figures the po BUild bnhur creased Sunday Assaults decreased rest assault with eonm and 13 tier rent I a i u disturbance of the peace In t u that the lid has been on than HHI v re- In thes same four nnnitih of lit MI years prior to this with UK id oft This to the nrlthnntlra ide ltd as set forth by the 81 IMil I IMspatch It could not be pr sal i 0 fore because the time has tsn 11tu dent to faratoh afalrromiMtrison triiiontbi U time enough to make POII an Important sad romprlhnah r t TIll roMtPtopfttch has Ratlifrnl tho statistics from the police and row par llclira them for the Ant time ll r the comparisons of arrmtn rt vvn+ a oBtnftv before and after the lid DRSKrNSII14 AYrsae per Sunday for 11 Nur laIR from AprilIetoJuiynIPe lb 14 AvrrM per Sunday for IS Hut Mars from April Ito Jul M IWU 18 5 Avenge pr Sunday for is 1Ila e tram April to JUbI M 111 ArrrM fr Hundsy for 131Iae from April M lo Jul w Id t Avrrafr decries pr Bund In fa i r tb lief II1 w St picrrM- DIBTlTRHINn THE IKACR Avenge per Sunday for Is Hut bfrom April It la Jul tl Inn r 7 l3 Auras ir Sunday for U lll11181e from April It lo July X Iftul Ji l- Avenge per Hunduy for IS 8u days Seem April K 10 July at lin uJIAverage per Soitay for UHurd e from April M to Juiy so IM S t Average 4rrame per 8url y under M e JW I JJ6 or U per rent A8BAUIT WITH INTKNT TO KILL Averse per Sunday for U Burdas team April S to July 17 im I If Average per Sunday for 15 8uti4 a from April IS to July Ittl 11 IS- Avoag per Sunday for 15 MIl efafrom Aprtl M l0 Jill It iwx IIAverage per Sunday fur 13 Htirtfaya from April U toJ aiy bar 1 7 Averse dr mu per anda In titvi u I the lid 71S or M percent These offenses cover prnty well the rnlsbenavioi of a community in so far as drink ha arty IhlDR fodo Wlll n Irunk unonti 4 course to a d r t prodwr of the a loon Dtoiurtiat of the peace maybe duo to drink or it may not bill the figures show than such dtattirliso 4 are more frequent with the saloon open than they arc with the saloon lOlled Assaults with Intent to lilcannot always bo laid at the dour of the saloon but the statistics prove that tho wmbcr of them Is diminished just CO per cent when tho saloon door is closedThe advocate of the enforcement of the Sunday law will naturally feel that In view of the revelations of compara tive figures the law and the enforce ment of It are Justified because of their moral value to the community Those members of the community that have upheld the governor In his position will feel that although It la undeniable that Sunday drinking Is harmless with tho majority of people that Indulge In it it Is the duty of all to desist In order that what Is a harmless privilege to many may not be made a dangerous prlvil fc- to that limited element which abuses Its opportunity to the extent of drunk enness disturbance of the peace and in exceptional but not always mire quent cases in attempts to take human litep lit QUARTERLylREVIEW Snndnjr School LesiontorScpl 24 1905 u Specially Prepared for Thus riper M TO IMC OF TUB QUAUTKIlS LB86ONB The Lord our keeps GOLDEN TBXT OF QUAnTKRTh Lord li thy kHIMrllI tl- T1HTIIII that keopeth thee ah ail neither slumber nor deepPa tn1 QUAUTKUThelunnthrough Ore teke four of whleb were book of the prophet They were 1 Chronicle Isaiah Jeremiah Kteklel Daniel TiMKOpQiTAnrnnS iHS80NBFrom- II f Itl tile Urn ul BfnoBChorlbalnvnilon to D C sae the year d tho fell of Jeruia lcm 1IACRH OF TUB QUARTRRS LK8 SONH JmUh with lt I capital JtrueaUm AlAirrta and Babylon JeruMlrm li the quarterSomeLeeson IThe Lord li our helper Lesson 2Tbo Lord la always ready to help ui LeMon 3Jesus suffered for us Lesson 4ow Is the accepted Ume L Mon 5in brings sorrow Lesson QThaw that wok mo early shall tied IIIIt Llon7ln Geda Word wo nod the way of life Lesson 8Ceue to lie oWL Lesson O1 am with tkee Mlth the Lord Lesson loIln always brings son row LMMH 11rG0tre bt8lllhtls are free to allL n 11 UleMod are the pure In heart Review Methods One method of review may take Ito keynote from Ute Golden Text of the Quarter Tile Lard fe tIlT keeper Every lesson of Ute quarter Illustrates thus greet iwtk Lessen I 1ept4n- a great peril Sennaeheriba toys alan Lessen II KeptIn the hour of death Hweklshs prayer Lev j too III Keptby Christ MeHHee Iwlaki vision of the Mmlah Leee son IV Kt111 joy and plenty iMlnhi males continued Lesson V K rH Utrwigh repentance and prayer VlaMOMh Lesion VI Kept through obedience and roform JMlab Leaves VII K pt IkroHgh love of pods Weri JotUth Leson VIII Lostthrough teorn efl Oodi Word Jebolaklm Lessee IX Kept In a dungeon Jeremiahs ImprrMOtnrnt Lesion X LostIn- a palace iZdeklah and the raptly fly Lrtiton XI Keptby the water of life f K klia 18loa1 Lesson XII KfrtIo the midst of tempta Ion 1 Daniel AMOtlier review tray be earned ont by too aid of Bards on which the names of the characters are written ODe Rasa for sack cart One colored card nay be seed for the same of the Hebrew klag mother for the prophet and a third for the name of other persons Then lot the scholars each draw a earl aad tell all be can about the characters whose name bu Its drawn for eonvoNleaco of the teacher wo give below the saran of the kings of Jtl4lail the prophets roan Uoped sad ylhers Hebrew KlogtIlezoklah Maaaf itch Amen Josiah Johoahas Jehal skim Joteotacbln Zedeklah Prophela Iwlfth Jeremiah Bzo Idol Daniel Others Sennacherib TJJ shakeh Hllklah Huldah 3hophan Harwell Nobuehadnoezar Still another method of review rosy be found In the preparing of special papers on the four major prophets who figure so prominently In the los sons of the quarter Some Review Questions General Quontlont What in the Quarters Golden Text Its Topic Where wore Gods chosen people at the opening of the quarter leMoniT Where at their close How then had oUd1kreplngTlmoK At date did Awyria Invade Judah What woe the dale of finding the Dook of the Law Date of the destruction of Jerusalem PlaeeeWhat city Is tho scene of most of these lessons Locate Jeru salem Locate Babylonia Describe Its capital city Whore was the Book of the Law found In what prison was Jeremiah cast PersonsWhat nation harassed Judah at the date or the quarters first lessons Who was then king of Assyria Who was king of Judah Describe tho Assyrian Rabsbakoh What prophet best foretold tho Mes slab What did ho foretell about Jesus Christ Name the bail kings of Judah we have seen In those lessons Name tho good kings What king carried out great reforms What king became changed In his character What highpriest found a great treas ure What prophotesa lived In Jeru salem at this time What king tried to get rid of God by burning Ills Word What prophet spoko for God during the last days of Judah Byr what nation was Judah conquered Who was Judahs last king Rams Horn Waits Giving Is the scrret of growing Longer tho face the less the faith i They who heed Him He will hear I Little nips make the devils grips Love lifts the limits from the life Character must surmount custom The giver Is the gauge of tho gift The Beatitudes are all boatltudcs Tho ulna of the heart arc the heart of all sin Tho man who does not fear fallura seldom has to faro It Theres n world of dlfforouco between working for Christ and working the church FIRELESS FIREARMS Gun Which May He Made Out of an Elder Stick Other Types of Spring Guns Longer ago than I can remember I was taught by some playmates to make an cidergun a simple contrivance made of a piece of older or any other hollow stick A long notch cut In ono aide admits a spring made of whale bone Fig 1 By pushing the spring hack the short arrow shown In the 11 lustration can be propelled quite a distance If Instead of the awkward whalobono spring a piece of elastic UI used n much neater gun can be mace Fig 2 shows a pistol made with 4 barrel of elder and a stock of pine A plunger similar In many respects to DIPFBRBNT TYlBB OP GUNS the kind used In squirt guns is rondo with an edge to catah the trigger An elastic band Is bound to the barrel with string and the loop fastened to tho butt end of the plunger When the latter Is drawn back to the trigger It stretches the elastic Dy pulling the trigger toward you It loosens the plunger which flies back with a snap sending the arrow twit with consider able force The barrel of the pistol may be fastens to the stock by two slrlpa of tin or leather The dia gram shows tho term of the trigger which should be made so na to move readily backward or forward upon the screw that fastest It to the stock Fly a shows how a pistol can be made to work without a plunge In this case the barrel Is partly cot off from A l1n The arrow should be made to the groove so that when the elastic to loosened It will strike the arrow In the same wanner that the string of a crossbow dos Both these pistils If nude with good strong elastic will shoot quite a distance and If the ar rows are armed with a tack or pin In the head they can fce used In targets practice The spring shotgun uses neither powder nor explosive nor dote It pos ssa stock trigger or sixhta but simply consists of a stick of whalebone or nay other elastic material one end of which U armed with a large quill corked at Its lower end When the quill Is tilled with fine birdsbot aad the cad of the task rasped by the left hand the contents of the quill can be thrown an amasimc distance by bending the quill end hack sad allowing It suddenly W liT fur ward upon the principle of the whip bow If Instead of a small piece of whaMraaa n large and very elastic rod Is used with a tin tube In place of the quill an effective weapon will be produced useful for hunting pur potts But remeMber cautions the Chicago Inter Ocean that a true sportsman has the greatest respect for his weapons and handles them with scrupulous onto Never aim a bonded bow with an arrow set at a companion or friend for a little slip may cause harm A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY Mr doll try doll my Annabel Shes rwiUy feeling tar tram well liar wig iii gone her eyes are out- lIer legs wore left Mmewhere about lies arm were stolen by the pup The hens ate all her sawdust irp So all that realty left of her is Just her clothes and character Lucy V Perkln In Cacffregatlonallat The CrescentShaped Roll The little horseshoe shaped rolls to be seen In every bakers shop In the world have an Interesting history In 1CS7 Vienna was besieged by the Turks They Were about to enter the town by an underground passage that they hail dug when the bakers who work nil night In order to deliver hot bread In tho morning gave the alarm Tho authorities were so grate ful they allowed them to manufac ture a breakfast roll In the shape of the crescent moon which Is a device of tho Turkish banner RIDE FAST If you wish to ride fast you must know low to quicken n horse that gaca slow Well the old laying goer Tou have heard I suppose It li money that makes the mare go rblladelphia Press A NEWSBOYS PLUCK Urio Story Written by Maxwell Frledland Thirteen Years S of Age Walking along ono of tho Imp f taut streets of New York was a ragged newsboy known by his follow mer chants as Skippy DIngley Ho had finished selling ptpors and was walk Ing toward what ho called homo Now and then ono could bear abovn the noise of the street Heres yer evening paper All about do bank robbery One thousand dollars re ward for tho recovery of do moneyl- Sklppy was tall and slim and hail an expression of intelligence and de termination of purpose As for his clothing it was ragged from head tl foot lIla cap was ono of linen which he had procured free of charge On It was printed the name of a paint establishment He worn a shirt made of different colored pieces of cloth a coat made of a meal cack rlth tales cut In which wero cowed sNerM and n pair of trousers many tivas too large Skippy turned Into a side street from where he plunged into a dark al loy He scrambled over boxes and tin cans until he reached a large box whleh formerly had been used for dry foods He then took out of his pocket a candle which dimly lighted the small humble home Tho bottom of the box was covered with straw A little stool minus a leg and a soap box evidently used as a table con stituted the furniture The utensils wore a battered tin cup and pall and a couple of tin cans procured from the brush heap This box stood at the lack of a small dilapidated house Sklppy put the candle on the soap box and was on the point of lying down to sleep when ho heard low voices In the direction of the house Excited by curiosity he blow out tho light and tiptoe softly toward the window of the house Hero an In teresting sight met his eyes Sitting around a table were three rough looking men conversing In low tones Was a fine haul wasnt U Bill said one of tho men complacently Never done a better Job in my life But well have to hide the boodle till the affair kind o cools off sold DillI as well bury It in the bark yard Nobody HE Tiixuir BuiTiv TOWARD TUB WINDOW would ever think of It being there replied the other So saying ho drew tram under the table a large wallet and followed by the other men be opened the door and entered the yard Meantime Skippy had hidden behind a rubbish heap In tho alley Dill dug a hole In the ground and therein de posited the wallet covering It careful ly with earth The men then walked back to the room Heros a chance to got that reward Skippy muttered to himself He ran through the alley and Into the street to a telephone Here he explained matters and soon a patrol wagon with two policeman was driven up After whispered Information from Sklppy they entered the house by torte and took the men prisoners Wheres tho money demanded an olUccr of tie newsboy In reply Sklppy ran to tho yard dug up the wallet and held It In full view of the policemen When the patrol wagon reached the station the bank president who had been notified hand ed Skippy a check for 26 He also found a home for hint with a kind old gentleman and deposited 1000 In the bank to be used In educating the newsboy and fluting him for s place In the business world Detroit Free Press The Travelers Tree In the stand of Jamaica there Is a tree that Is greatly admired by all visitors hence Its name travelers tree It Is similar to the palm tree but In shape Is like a fan A cu rious feature of this tree Is that Its plumelike leaves sway and bond with the sun and tho rain In rainy weather the leaves bend nlmost to the ground but In sunshine they salsa themselves to their upright and more graceful position The effect Is very curious for the leaves of this tree ore immense Any place of consequence In Jamaica has one or more of these sped mens but It Is necessary to travel there for a sight of them for they will not grow In any other climate Philadel phia Press A FISH STORY Theres a great ado down In the ocean You can hear It from Oath clear to fleshes For tho big ashes alt Kat up those that are small At least that U the popular notion Philadelphia Press A Discouragement That young Russian in going to make a name for hlmvilf Suppose ho does nnboiy will be ablo to pronounce IfvWwhlnaton Star THEY CLAIM SITE OF CITY Wisconsin Men Want Land on Which Idaho Town Is Built Suit Being Heard IArsonformerling W Brown former clerk of court here have started suit to recover ICO acres of lath upon which is located tho city of Colwell Idaho The suit Involves a vast fortune and hundreds of residents of Colwoll aro anxiously propertyforheritage suit are true tho plaintiffs who are now both residents of West Salem this county aro entitled to recover title to tho land upon which are built tho city hall the churches and principal business buildings of ColwellIt claimed that Immediately after the civil war Larsons father was given soldiers title to the ICO acres in Idaho which ho held to the time of his death His widow was appointed administrator and later John John son a West Salem banker was ap pointed special administrator by the court Plaintiffs claim that If the land was sold they as legal heirs re calved no remuneration and that tho titles wore not legal as Larson and Mm Sterling Brown the children had gained tholr majority and their alg natures would have boon necessary to legalize the warranty deed The suit Involves hundreds of thou sands of dollars and an offer has been made to settle but has been declined The land company In Idaho which dealt largely In the lands in dispute has been enjoined from further trans actions pending a verdlc- LSEEMEDPURSUED BY FATE Gold Seeker Killed by Cars After Hay ing Three Times Escaped Terrible Death Mlddlton N YAfter having passed through throe accidents in each one of which he escaped a terrible death Stophen Callewell sot tied dowu to live the rest of his life quietly at Philllpsport Sullivan coun ty Fate stilt pursued him and he is dead her from Injuries received by being struck by cars near his home Ho was 86 years old Callewcll was In the rush to CaR fornia gold fields in 1819 lie made seaiupIat lun when It burned and clung by his i fingers to the window sill until tea i cued I IJatr he returned to California and was badly injured in a mine disaster i lying between life and death a longtime Having no desire to tile with I lUti boots on he returned home to lire In quiet He was killed white walk Ing on the railroad track on his way home after visiting a comrade who had teen in the binning skip with Lim Was an Earnest Mason I French scholars digging among the archives to discover more about the life and personality of John Paul Jones have found that the admiral was an enthusiastic Freemason belonging to j a lodge of the Scottish rite called the Lodge of the Nine Sisters Floored by Wire A lineman at Reno Nov came in contact with a heavilycharged wire at the top of a GOfooi electric light pole and fell to the ground When he recovered consciousness he wished lo return to work at 01119 but was per suaded to call It a day MARKET REPORT I Cincinnati Sept 16 CATTLDComrnon 3 400 I Heavy steers 4 85P 5 00 CALVHS Extra 7 7C 8 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 55 0 5 GO I Mixed packers 5 25 0 Ii 40 SH9BP Extra 4 40 4 50 LAMBS Extra 0 7 10- FLOtm Spring pat 5 65 B 90 WHBAT No 2 red 85 8611 I io 3 red 811k CORN Na 2 mixed 564 No 2 white 57 OATS No 2 mixed 0D 28 RYB No 2 61 0 6- 2NAYCh timothy Q12 25 PORK Clear mess IS 16 90 LARD Steam S 00 15I2 POTATOESPer bbl 10 0 1 CO TOBACCO New 6 00 13 00 Old 4 BO 01475 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEATNo 2 red 82ys P 8y4 No 3 rod 80 0 8- 5CORNNo2 mixed 0 64V4 OATS No 2 mixed 0 28y- RYENo 2 63 0l 68 POHK Mess 15 35 01540 LARDSteam 0 7 G2 Y New York FLOURWin Btrts 4 00 3 4 25 WHEAT No 2 rid 0 SSft OATSNo 2 mixed 31 qp 3IY CORNNo2 mixed W 60v HYE Western C7 PORK Moss 15 00 LARD Steam 1 7 85 I Baltimore WHRAT No 2 red 0 84 CORNNo2 mixed 0 59 CATTLE Stccra 4 00 4 50 SHEEPNo1 250 0 300 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 84 CORNNo2 mixed 0 fi- GOATSNo2 mixed 0 2Cf PORK Mess 012 00 LARD Steam 0 725 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 80 CORNNo2 mixed 0 532 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 2W RICHMOND GREENHOUSES I Phone 188 Richmond Ky v ICUTFLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS W h h n +O +O+oq o +o+o+o+o+o +oro+o +o+o +o+od o +o+o +o+o+o +o+o +o+0 o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON- o I + In here and every housewife wants one or more qo o pieces of new 9 1FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING Take a Look Through Our Stock o It will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can- o tsupply your wants + IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD + New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines o- S 25 580 and S35 worth 150 f60 and 165 oTL t CKTJTCHER EVANS to Jopllnt OM Stand Richmond Ky Day Phone 73 Night Phone 4766 4- o 0 +o +o +o +o+o +o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o+o+o+o +o +o+o + Carriage Satisfaction Here PhaetonsRunabouts SurriesTraps Durable bodyfinishcarriages invariably give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prep Richmond Ky to Madison County Roller Mills ff l d NZ ItlI Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Es Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF is another Excellent FIo T- frMM I M IO Potts Duerson VUto Sutton Ky I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Boron a46 a m Arrive Riebmond4i5 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave BcreaI 2 p m Arrivo Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris11SOp m Arrive Cincinnati 010 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave arealtlp m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave BoreaJ217 am Arrive Knoxville 700 am KQDirMKKT Trains numbers 2 and s rarer Buff t Parlor CAr and coaches between Cincinnati and KnoxTllIc In both directions Turns nnm ben 1 and 4 tar Pullman Tftlbultd Sleeping tar and crachei between Cincinnati and Knox ville In loth dlrrrttona W H BOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Timetable In effect April IS 1905 EAST BOUND No1 No S No ft 1015 a m 651 p in- NIchnlaarillo 1100 710 VullcjrVlrw 1121 1411 Richmond at 1199 810 Richmond Iv Ito m 6 SO a m q06BcallyvllloBcaUjrrlllc Jet 800 1020 WEST BOUND No 2 No4 Xo 6 Versailles 7M a m Mil p ni Nlcholnivllte IIM 227 Valley View GR3 20V Richmond IT 600 1K Richmond ar 7SS p m 130 Irvine lIaI p m 1225- 1r Ucaltnllle 800 1060 a m an tM DfVtrvilKvJct 3W 1030 No land 61 and X make close connection at Klvholmllle to and from Lexington and Clnel naU and at Veratllef to sod from BhtlbyTlllo and LotiUvllle No i connects at BeattyTllla I iincllou for Jackton Fur any further Inlorma non address any total agent or 11 It SmTlI Q F P Ag- tVenlmel Ky Buggies Useful ComfortableStylish CARRIAGE Manufacturers MADISON RAILROAD Graceful Call at T J Moborleys and sco the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity Sly shop is the most complete and uptodato in this part of the State for doing all kinds of Watch and Clock Work Jowolry Repairing Etc I do work for the most prominent peoplo of Berea andvicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid ono way S G FRANKLIN lilT VintNOV KENTUCKY RirMtsci Bank of Mt VerueDIr Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 rsi1 The reputation of W 1 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 wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE N HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY r oIH I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 +1 I I H I H Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I I I 111 I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I HI I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Mrs Loun Harrison and daughter Myrtle Told of Hamilton Ohio are visiting here and will May a couple of weeksor so Mr Alert Hayes uud family of Illinois and Miss Ann Branuaman of Wildio Ky are visiting relatives in Berea this weak Mr Willie Ponder entertained a few of his friends last Saturday even ing All report a most enjoyable time Mrs Mollio Lane had quite R serious fall recently but is now re coveringRev Edward E Weaver of Rich inoiul made a brief call upon Tni CITIZEN last week His genial pres Bonce is always welcome Roy J Addisou Smith of Missouri who is carrying on a very successful evangelistic work in Lexington paid TUB CITIZEN n hurried visit last week Mrs Susie Duncil from McKee is visiting Miss Nina King Miss Fowler has moved her millinery store to rooms in tho store building of Mr M D Bowling on Main Street C L Hanson was in Louisville this week buying goods W H Porter is on a trip through the mountains inspecting banks Mrs E L Hanson returned Friday night from her visit in the northern part of the state Miss Editha Spear is in Indiana polis attending the welding of a friend She will return the last of weekFred and wife arrived from West Virginia Saturday They will reside in Mrs Kings house on Center StreetMr S M Green the partner of C C Rhodus in The Now Cash Store has arrived and he and Mr Hhodus are invoicing Mr Green will reside in one of the new houses at the head of Center Street We welcome him to Berea Roy Amos Stout of Morehead Ky has accepted the call of the Baptist Church and will begin work tIr1Stoutculated to lead his people in good lives and works John G Pasco is hero on a visit of n low days to his parents Rev and Mrs M K Pasco Ho comes from Lexington where he makes his headquarters when he is not on the road as representative of the Worn T Johnson Co of Cincinnati B F Ames of Kingston was in Berea last Friday and made a call on TILE CITIZEN Through an inadvertance and the absence of the Editor no mention was made of the resignation of Prof King two weeks ago Formalaction was taken on Prof Kings resignation by the Faculty of the College on Monday night in the adoption of complimentary resolutions which np pour in another column Professoi King and family will bo much missed in BereaRev and Mrs Geo Ames of Springfield Mo but formerly of Berets are visiting friends and rein tires hero for a short time The State Association of Congregational churchefl is in session in Boat this week Rev F E Bigo low of Newport Ky preaches the annual sermon The Editor in company with Mr Frank Hays attended the Wind Cave Association last week returning Monday The Association was well attended and there was the best of order plenty to eat and much kindness on the part of the people to the stranger A fine class of boys for the Carpentry department of the College was secured Rev and Mrs A E Thomson and others left Wednesday to attend the Association at Pauola College opened last week Wednes day with all departments somewhat increased in attendance Our streets present a lively appearance during the hours when the students are going and coming C H Grosvenor has moved into tho Shouso property on Jackson at Mr J S Gott was takefTTo tho Gibson Infirmary at Richmondthia week being ill with typhoid fever Ho is improving rapidly Frank Livongood is departing for a trip through the mountain counties as advance agent for H Louis Racier Entertainer and Lecturer Mrs Branaman is at homo again after an absences of three weeks at Lick Springs hid much improved in health Miss Grace Cornelius has returned from Greenfield 0 where she has been visiting friends Tho infant child of Mr and Mrs Dan Baker died Monday of mem branous croup This is the second child of Mr mud Mrs Baker to die within the month They have the profound sympathy of all in their nfllictiou Thero seems to be quite a little activity in rtal estate in Berea this season A new street has been laid out on the farther side of the Fee property which will open a part of tho ridge that has hitherto been in iiccessable Mr J P Bicknoll is handling the property Tho pillars for the entrance of the Library have been brought back from Cincinnati and are being cut here The bases are already in place and the rest soon will be The Citizen will prove to be a helpful influence for good in your family or individual life if you permit it Subscribe today and try it CORRESPONDENCE Colorado Letter COLORADO SPRINGS Sept 13 To tho Editor of The Citizen Your correspondent N F Ambrose arrived at Colorado Spring Colorado Sept 4 a ride of forty six hours from Tallega Lee count Kentucky having a layover of 0110 hour each at Lexington St Louis and Kansas City respectively Colorado Springs is a beautiful and dry town Tho air is so ir vigoratiug that any one oven as hu as your correspondent is no longer troubled with that tired feeling I The mountain scenery with which tho city is surrounded is magnificent Pikes Punk rears its frosty snow- capped summit highahovc tho beautiful ileccolined clouds andverI often we cnn stand on the street with an almost sultry suit shining round us and witness heavy snowstorms on tho mountainu only thre miles away While dear old Borea has fino water she is eclipsed by Colornd Springs which guts its water from the mountains near the siiowliui and of course it Is very uiceand cold Although wo may be far from Boras et we can never fail to 100 and npiJrocinte her and pray for her success and that sho may over mov forward in time noble work sho is doing East African NewsI- MIAMIUNB EAST AFRIOJ August 5 1005 To the Editor of Tho Citizen Our Bishop has just visited our field mill has decided that the time has now come when more workers urea necessity to maintain the desirable rate of growth Especially in this true of the printing department fWe have 715 people in our own mission waiting so eagerly for wha our press puts forth that they stand so thickly about the doors and windows at proof time as to be almost a nuisance They are so anxious to gut tho sheets The Free Methodist have half as many more who are do pendent on our press for all their books Also orders are constantly KimberlyILast year we printed BOO hymn gooks of 200 pages each containing tOO hymns 30 psalms 100 catechism juestions the ten commandments the Apostles creel etc Also 50C rimers 200 each of the books ol Ruth Esther and Genesis and lot lach of the regular Sundayschool lessons Also charts school and church reports church letters mar iage licenses etc for our school In tho native language In English vo have printed our Mission paper quarterly for 500 subscribers and groot quantities of reports pamph ets leaflets and cards concerning the mission Altogether it amount ed to CO volumes 170000 pages of which 113000 pages were in the iheetswa language Our accommodations are two small rooms and moderato press outfit But the material is on the ground to build an adequate house and tho money in sight for a now and larger tress Time printing force is com oecd of more or less raw natives hough they are ripening fast andwe havo three who can really set up a espectablo page Three more are earning and two others can scatter tho typosomewhere As to the High it is not cryadvanced but is quite almond of ny other in the district We take the more advancedand brighter children from our sixteen outstations and train them for teachers and- assistants Wo ordinarilylao from arty to sixty pupils and could have mny more but that our teaching force is BO low If you can help us either by com- Ing yourselves or recommending somo one else please write as soon as ossible to Rev J C Hartzell D D- LL D Bishop for Africa Funchal adeirn Islands With kindest regards to you and all tho Borea friends Yours sincerely MARY MCCLGLLAXD RICHARDS New Hampshire Letter FRAXCOXIA N II Sept 10 Dear Citizen Here I am in the Congregational arsonage where the water is sweets rills from heaven and the air ten times purified from all things lurking in lowlands low The good pastor Rev Mr Good win has taken me in to his heart nnll home and amid these mountains high is character and hospitality equally elevated The chill of winter crept over Mount Washington last Wednesday night and the mercury shivered and shrank to 18 Uncovered vegetation died and tho forest was dressed in lors Tho snow still as tho darkness in which it had fallen bandaged with white the wounds of nature on the mountain sides and added iudescri able beauty to the scone In riding from Littleton to Franc onla N IL u tall Texan strode before mo He with his family are ut liThe Franconia Inn and the coun IIstrong I did not know ho was a Texan but tools him in beside m for company on the long drive Very pleasant a graduate of Yale cordial to all good ideas tam man and beast my newfound friend relieved tho tedium of the journey Tho conversation ranged ovoi Southern teals and questions llh views showed again what is so often seen everywhere that a broadly educated mind is not cramped by isolated bits of information iu a single and contracted locality Eagerly did this ropresontntiv6 the best things in the South hail enlarging interest in education of colored as well as white anti cheerfully did ho look forward to the fruit of painful present toil endured by faithful men and women working in obscurity and selfsucrifico that down below all common knowledge nay lie firmly and forever tho foundations of national grandeur So genuine was his interest that lie climbing tho mountain offered In two hours to make arrangements for nn address on Boron College in Relation to the Southern Educational Situation This opportune friend made tliu irrangemouta before I reached this line hotel whom the weary and tho weak may gut well and strong This p in at 230 is appointed for meetingThe ore on too mountains md the peaks are hooded iu gloom The clouds roll low and tho Am noouusuc River brawls over its rocky bed in fount and fret Behind tho clouds is the sun still shining md every cloud has a liver lining This week Borea meetings are hull in hotels Maplewood Bothle hem Sunset Hill Tho Echoes Franconia Inn and Time Forest louse Franconia N IIISincerelyH PBVSIMAS Absent Minded Folk Borea perhaps lies its quota of bsontmindcd people One of these minded in an application recently to Brother Robinson for a pout office loney order without having the mount of money designated The pplicant was reminded that jxxslhly hu might wish to have a voice in fixing the SU1- 11Anotheran housekeeper in attempting to fill her teapot with hot water to make tea deliberately start lotI to pour the scalding content of tbo tea kettle into the stove Instead of the teapot Still another dropped letter without any direction into the box Judo Sams place for receiving letters which wo desire soul Who thor this one supposed the post office oflicluls to be mindreaders or not has not as yet transpired Semibarbarous races sacrifice use to ornament Cultivated minds pro- ler substance to sho- wLOST A book printed in Amble probably on the road from the station to College Finder will please return it to Taufik Aboosh iu care of W C Iambic anti receive reward of 25 centRo orraRrrrrrr rarrrrrrrrrr rra 200 BUSHELS SEED RYE j J For sale at market price rY t Phone 44 E T FISH AAAl1itR4itititAit i111 AititRaltq Q rKrKkkkrkKyKt4KRKkKk kKakl1kRR Kr KkKkRKkKrKatKKKykKM a IWeYHaves It Y I i J There is a right smart bit of satisfaction in a Y L knowing Whore to get a thing when you want ityJ J Of course we dont keep everything but there are It t mighty few things found in any drug store that we I J it dont keep and the beauty is you get what you s tvnntnot something just ns good H fc It n isY JI I s The Porter Drug COI a iSCORTORATUO i 5- V Theflat e where Juritjf it Paramount It kt r k AioS ltlskSrirSl llt7eAStStlrit BktlASrllirtrkltSr litltSt Slt Stkktllrkk- kdDo You Feel Safe Without Fire InsuranceI You wouldnt miss the smnll amount ft would tnke to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it nnd no insurance Cnn write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFE Anti ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD Md TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC I W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE DANK 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0 o 0- S O o 0- o o- o 0- o U- U 0- i At The Shop for Ladies i- o 0 o f 0 1 You can see the Finest Assortment i o 0- o 0 of Fall Goods i ooo 0 i Call and see us i i- o 0 Uo I GJ Hanson Companyt i 0 o 0- o 0 U 0- o 0 o 0 o 0- o 0 o 000000000000000000000000000oeooeoooaooooooo SUMMARY OF THE IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc curred During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exeltlna Events In the United States and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crimes and Casualties The Mlkasa flagship of Adm Togo is at the bottom of the sea of Japan Tho big battleship was destroyed by a Ore of unknown origin and tho explo lion of her magazlno causing a loss of C99 lives Including men of other hips who went to the rescue Acting Secretary of Stato Darling sent a message of condolence to tho Japanese minister of tho navy over the low of heroic llvoa caused by the dlatreeeing ncctilcut to tho warship I Mlkaao The protocol of the armistice by tweon Japan and Russia consists of six paragraphs fixing the zone of de marrattan between the two nnulea In Manchuria at well at In the Tumeti region providing that the naval toro of one of the belligerents snail not bombard territory belonging to or oc cupied by the other and Betting forth suspendedDr Prancle Delafleld has been railed from his summer home In Hot Springs Va to treat Baron Kbmura the Japanese pnaoe plenipotentiary who has- been all In New York for eeveral days Baron Komera toe Japanese puce envoy who WM repotted to lie witter lag from typhoid fever although the U1oaat Ue WaldorfAstoria hotel New York and nla retara to Japan has boa Indefinitely poetponed Advice from Tokto state that In eendlary poet cards are being reeelv ed at tM TokM foreign ogle threaten ing that Baron Kooiara wilt be asses slanted on hU return from Amertea According to the police eetimato of eaeuaJUee during the recent rioting In Tohlo ass constables It nree ea and I two eoMlors were wounded Anwn the mob and bystanders 9 were killed and 487 wounded TwentysU new eases and no deaths at Taltalah Jllaew 11 new eases and one death at Lake Prartdeeee are re perted from those point The ArtaotM anthorMlea hue been advised of the discovery of eight ease ot yeuiow fever at SheHrarae IA eight mile from the Arkansas Mate Nne The town Is now ahnoet Ii depopulatedSeveral supposed to be la meted with yellow fever arrived at the salon paaeenger station IB Chicago And ecceeeded In evading the health otttcial who was at the train to meet them They were from TfcUulah La- The bridge over the Zambeei river tooth Africa was formally opened In the presence of the visiting members tOf the untied aeeoetaUo TIM ortdge It 490 feet above the river at low wa ter and la the highest bridge In the world Nan Pnttcrsoa the former Plum tiara girl who waa twice tried in New York for tbe murder of Coear Young the bookmaker was remarried to Lose Onlnee Martin from whom aho was divorced IB San HranelMo two and a half year ago The chamber of commerce Nash vole Teoa announces that Nashville las never quarantined against tho yol low fever districts and that the gates of that city are open to those who wish to some State Health Commissioner Dixon Las begun a systematic campaign to stamp out the typhoid epidemic at Nantlcoke a mining town near Wilkes barre To where there are now 188 I iaesUy the explosion of an alleged de fro tive boiler In the stave mill of Bd ward Jennings at Plnconnlng Mien flee were killed and eight or ton In JuteJ The navy department aocoptoa the liioinrted tutser Charleston from the Newport Nrwa Shipbuilding Co She wit ix aMt to the Pacific to be tiro- gaghop fif Adm Iiput col A OoodrlehI ate ar tilery corps 1r Stevens Oregon died after a brief mesa In adltlan to Baiperor William Jonatloa of 2000 for tho rollot of the Italian earthquake sufferers the city if Berlin has appropriated 2000 for hp same purpose The schooner V H Ketchum bound froth Duluth to Cleveland burned oft Parisian Island Lake Superior Two members of the crew were drownoo while attempting to leave the burning vcMel In a lifeboat There are now in the Shanghai warehouses approximately 169000 balos of Amorican piece goods valued at near ly 18000000 gold The question tnoroforo of marketing this commodity and of collecting money under the boy cott In China tho present conditions and with Manchuria closed he adds presents a very serious condition As a result of a clash between Con stable Scott assisted by several other white men and a crowd of negroes at the Wolf River race track German tnwv Tenn a negro was killed Scott tarsi a deputy woundul and three ne U J9t It Is reported that tho owners of thn Catholic cnurch at Honjo Japan and a Protestant church believed to be the German which were destroyed by riot ore have lodged claims for damages through their respective ministers Third Assistant Secretory of State II H D Pelrce denies tho statoment widely circulated that President Reese velt was endeavoring to secure the chairs occupied by Mr WItte and Baton Komiira when the treaty of Portsmouth was signed Isaac Schamus a Russian Jew 20 was arrested at Oyster Day and after an examination before a justice of tho peace was sent to Mlnttola L I to be examined as to his sanity Tho ar rest was made by a secret service agent ono of the personal guards of President RoosovoH Isaac Schamus who was arrested at Oyster Day after having made efforts to see the president In order to pre sent to him ar plan for handling the anthracite coal output was declared Insane Following tho burning of a negro at the stake In Howard county Texas every black in the county has boon either ordered to move out or has left voluntarily The Esoh Townsend railroad rate bill will bo Introduced at the next ses lion of congress practically In the same form In which It pawed the house of representatives at the last veeslon At Tarpon Springs Fla 0 E Paul a wellknown contractor walked Into the boarding house of Hiram Pent and as his wife came to meet him at the dining room Paul ahot her down with a doubie barrel shotgun and then ran into the back yard shooting himself with the contents of tho other barrel The state and navy departments have decided that a warship shall be sent to Costa Rican ports to convey American Minister Merry at last ac counts In San Jeee northward to the nearest point on the coast of Nicara gua or Hondnra to the place where William S Albera anti American cttl xen and his brother are confined pending a trial on the charge of resist lag legal process and of Insulting the president of Nicaragua Slim Jim a negro at Mansfield Tex wu unmercifully flogged by a committee of citlaens The negro was accused of making derogatory remark about white women Dispatches front Christiana repre sent the sttnatlon between Norway and Sweden as serious owing to the determined attitude ot the Swedish aolMmllo era Dispatches from Stockholm however are lees peeel mlstle Norway continues to mobilise troops on the frontier and war with Sweden seems Inevitable Norway Is sold to be receiving munitions ot war from OelglHB and Germany The arms are delivered to Christiana In ships din guised as colliers Traveled by an uneaay oanseienee Charles Orange S3 surrendered him self to the 9t Ixwla pollee saying that he had violated Ida parole from an Ohio prison by leaving that state lie taM his home was at Mansfield 0 and that be had been convicted of horse stealing and sent to prison Following throe demands for Ills res ignation which was not forthcoming Oov J Frank Hanly of Indiana Issued an order taking cognisance of a va cancy in the oBloe of auditor of state at the same time appointing Warren Blgler of Wabaah to succeed David II Sherrick Later In the day Mr Sherrick forwarded his resignation to the governor wfaleh was Immediately accepted Oov Hanly charged that the auditor had been guilty of a plain and inexcusable violation of the law and a gross betrayal of a public trust upon Investigating and loaning hinds belonging to the state to tho amount of 114 WOO Baron Kanoko who had several con ference with President Roosevelt dur- Ing the time that the peace nogotla lions wore in progress at Portsmouth hi 111 at his apartments in a New York hotelLightning struck the old art hall and live stock sheds ot the Delton Mo Fair aasoelntlon while they were pack ed with people seeking shelter from the storm killed two persons and se riously Injured about II others J C Wilson of Fair Oaks Ark was taken to the city hospital at St Paul Minn suffering from what physicians think to bo yellow fever It was officially stated at the office of H O Holllns Co New York that the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton railway lane been disposed of It was reported that the road has been bought nominally by tho Brie but that the Pennsylvania and New York Central are Interested in the purchase After living for more than eight years with a revolver bullet In his heart and In defiance of the death warrant given him by all the Chicago physicians who attended him Charles D Nelson who was shot In Cadillac Mich by an unidentified negro in Washington Park July 1 1897 dried at his Mme A majority of the foreign momDora ot the consulting board ot engineers ol the Isthmian canal appear to favor n sea level canal A largo portion of tho business sec tion of Grangevllle Ida was destroyed by fire causing a loss estimated at 250000 Over forty buildings mostly frame structures wore destroyed Seven Greek sailors of tho British steamship Glenroy Capt Thos Splnk are In jail in Jacksonville Fla charg ed with mutiny They attacked the captain with knives Tho two branches of tho American veterans of foreign service are now one they havo Joined forces after the action had been ratified by each side The membership of the new organize lion Is 3COO Maj Gen Ovanosky and his sulto returned from Koohlation Gen Ov anosky and Gen Fukushlma signed an armistice pVdlnance In the open plain near Shakhedze Acting Postmaster General Shall en borger issued an order excluding from tho malls for Canada 38 monthly and wtioKly publications unless postage U prepaid by moans of stamps at the rates for thirdclass matter in tho do mestic malls Fire destroyed four barracks build- Ings at Ft Hamilton In Brooklyn sending the mombors of tho 123d com pany of United States coast artillery from their quarters In such haste they wore able to save but few effects Lewis Crocker a farmer of Green town Pa his wife and four children wore poisoned by eating toadstools which wore among mushrooms gathered by Crocker Ono child Is dead and two others can not live The Louisiana Exposition Co through counsel filed suits against do linquent corporations for failure to pay for stock subscribed to tho Worlds fair Tho total subscriptions embraced in the suits amount to JIG 600A contract for tho hoteland subsist once concession on tho Panama canal zone awarded to J E Markel of Oma ha Nib by President Shouts of tho Panama Railroad Co will stand Tho ministry of war has submitted to King Alfonso a plan for rearming of all the artillery of Spain with quickfiring cannon Tho official bulletin Issued nt Berlin announces eight new cases of cholera and three deaths making a total of 100 case and OS deaths In the empire- C L Melvin who blow up with dynamite three saloons at lola Kan was convicted of robbing the maga sine of the ICnaeas Portland Cement Co of the dynamite with which be blew up the saloons At Conway Ark a negro assaulted Mrs law nce white killed her eldest eon to prevent his giving an alarm and badly rat her 3ge r old son with a knife Mrs lawrence was alto se riously Injured Miet Alice Roosevelt with Mrs Kockhlll wife of tho American minis tar Mrs Newlands wife of United States Senator Newlands and the other women in Miss Roosevelts party were received In formal audience with tho dowager empreee of China At the Great Central railway office In Cincinnati the Impression Is that J Plerpont Morgan and his aiwoclatos are practically In control of the lines The aggregate value of all the proper ties Involved is about 40000000 The expnxMon of a fuse followed by a lire In a building of tho Climax Puee Co Avon CU caused a panlu among 90 employe in tho building and remitted In the death of seven and injuries that doubtless will prove fatal to several others Several of the vie thus were burned to antes A tornado 4emoiebed 15 residence and five lore buildings at Burwell Neb Mrs B a McKinney aged e0 WM killed FranK Hennloh Mrs Lee per and Mrs Dlnnell are badly Injur ed and several others hurt Wectera Iowa and HBstorn Nebraska were visited by the worst wlpd and rain storm of ute year In Omaha and Council Bluffs extensive damage Will doneThe public square of the canton of Nlnovo in Belgium has been named Place Roosevelt by order of the Cantons legislative body In admiration for Mr Roosevelts share la concluding tho peace treaty Oscar J Rlckevis wlH very shortly be appointed public printer to fill the vacancy created by the dismissal of Frank W Palmer a vacancy which be Is filling by temporary commission By a vote of 4o to 10 the American board of foreign inlssloqs has decided to table all resolutions on the ques tion of tainted money Dr Gladden mado a long speech In favor of his resonation on the subject rfthnIn London regarding tho Swedish Ndt woglan situation said he did not Lc Move there would bo war between the two countries Business failures in tho United States for the week ending September 14 number 188 against 137 the previ one week 107 In the like week ot lJU4 and 170 In 1903 The formal call for a conference of southern representative health men to bo heW In Chattanooga Tenn Novem ber 9 and 10 was issued It is signed by 12 governors and the officials ot 80Cri1l1cltlospassenger southwest which loft St Louis over the Iron Mountain route was wrecked ed near Arcadia Mo Two trainmen were killed and 15 pasongers Injured According to telegrams received from Baku the plants of 21 oil companies and those of 13 private owners were completely destroyed during tho dls dlstrlotsI In a long time have made trouble for the author Itioa was surrounded near the Batan gas border and jumped over a cliff Ho was killed by the fall It is announced that tho czarina had canceled ail of her social engagements because of her expectations In tho fu ture The czarina now has five chil dren four daughters and ono son It Is officially announced that the governments of Courland and Volhy nla Russia aro menaced by cholera and the authorities havo talon precau tions to prevent an Invasion of tha diseaseRev William F Qoblnran pastor ot the Methodist church at Monroe Ga died suddenly whllo praying In the Baptist church during the morningI pen Ice A ODUSVIVENDI- A Compromise lleachert By Sweden ami Norway It Is Reported In Stockholm That All the Frontier Fortresses Except That of Kong vlnger Will De Dismantled Karlstad Sept l8Tho first official announcement that the delegates of Norway and Sweden were approaching an understanding to establish a modus vlvondl for the countries as separate governments was given out at the close of tho joint session of the dele gates This announcement reads Tho probabilities are that in tho near future tho negotiations can bti brought to a definite result Christiana Sept lSPeace between Sweden and Norway Doing assured a quieter fooling prevails here Now from Karlstad however Is still await ed with the keenest Interest and thoro is anxiety to learn tho details ot the compromise The press Is unnanlmous In hoping for a speedy settlement of tho questions There aro some mis glvlngs entertained that peace luay have been bought too dearly but all tho newspapers express relief that pence has been secured providing It Is on an enduring basis Stockholm Sept 18 Nothing Is known here regarding tho details of the compromise reached by the Swedish and Norwegian commissioners at Karlstad but it is reported that all the frontier fortresses except that of Kongsvioger will be dismantled Tho newspapers echo tho public expres alone of satisfaction over the report that a compromise has been arranged A HEAVY RAINFALL Eastern Kansas and Western Missouri Damaged by Floods Topeka Kan Sept lSTho flood situation here is serious Tho lev ees protecting the farming lands along Soldier creek have broken and thousands of acres of cornfields aro under water A wagon bridge across Soldier creek went out at 4 oclock carrying eight boys and a horao and buggy down with It Seven of tho boys have been rescued but ono Is still reported missing The horse was drowned Kansas City Mo Sept l8I100y rains still continuo In Western Mis south forcing up streams and causing much damage to railroads and other property Carrollton is experiencing the worst flood since 1888 At that place seven inches of water has fallqn In the last 24 hours and 11 lathes since Thursday Wakenda creek is on the rampage and Carrollton Is cut oft from the Wabash depot except by boat and all residents in the lowlands att moving out and the Standard oil works the city waterworks and the electric light plant may have to shut down The water Is rising at the rate of four Inches an hour Tho damage to crops in the Waken da and Turkey creek bottom is already heavy Six Inchesof rain has fallen at Marshall since Saturday and the Salt Fork river near that city Is more than a mile wide Tho Missouri Pa cific tracks are flooded for a consid erable distance and much of the track has been washed away A Missouri Pacific stool bridge 130 feet long over the Lamlne river at Ot twville went out Sunday and traffic on the eastern division of tho main line will be Impeded for a day or so YELLOW FEVER REPORT Only 24 New Cases and Two Deaths at New Orleans Sunday Now Orleans Sept 18 Official re port to 6 p m Sunday New cases 24 total to date 2571 deaths 2 to tal 335 now foci 6 under treatment 323 cases discharged 1913 Tho Sunday reports aro usually lighter than the week day reports but It was not expected that tho report would run as low as It did This leads to tho hope that the reports this week will bo much lighter than they wero last week The heavy report lost week is attributed to the fact that ev ery ton or twelve days there Is a marked increase in the number of now oases showing a recrudescence of fe vor from cases not erlglnally known Two oases were reported from the charity hospital which came from Stwdor La which Is In Tangipahoa parish just across tho lake from Now Orleans SECRETARY TAFT AND PARTY They Sailed From Yokohama For San Francisco on the Steamer Korea Yokohama Sept 18 Secretary of War Taft and party sailed for San Francisco on the steamer Korea amid Japanese enthusiasm Secretary Taft was given a reception at tho American consulate by local merchants Before sailing Secretary Taft said ho thought that reports of tho Japanese antl peace demonstrations has been greatly exaggerated in America Ho and his party hud travelled all through Japan and had found no trace of any anti foreign oT antiAmerican feeling Fatal Case of Cholera Lomza Russian Poland Sept 18 It has now boqn established that a fa tat case of cholera occurred among raftsmen from Blclostok on the Narev river All tho members of the crew havo been Isolated and other precautionary measures have been taken Resignation of Minister Yshlkawa Toklo Sept l8The resignation of Minister Yoshikawa has been received with satisfaction oy the intelligent uass Tho JI JI deems his action proper as the minister of a constitu tional g Vffjynent IT STATE PiEsMS1 EULASS MORGAN CAPTURED He Escaped From the Sheriff By Jumping From a Train CatlctUburg Ky Sopt lGEulals Morgan tho maniac from Corinth Ky who escaped from Sheriff W H Darker of Grant county by Jumping from a train that was running 40 milts an hour was captured In the woods south of this place by a posre who hind boon In search for him since Thursday afternoon Morgan was In a pltlble rendition as a result of the wounds ho received when he Jpmped from the flying train and was tin mediately placed in the care of a phy sician Despite the weakness from the loss of blood the maniac was not captured until after a hard chase by the posse He was brought to Catlelts burg and placed In jail where he will be held for the Grant county authori tits ASKS FOR A RECEIVER H N Martin Co Tobacco Manufac turers Are In Trouble Louisville Uy Sept l6W S Lo gan tiled a petition asking the state court to appoint a receiver for H N Martin tt Co tobacco manufacturers and alleging that the defendants are hnpelesfey insolvent The plaintiff says tbe assets of the defendants amount to 106800 which Include 309 000 worth of tobacco in hogsheads and 38000 worth of accounts It is charg ed further that the defendants are in debt to the Western National bank National Bank of Kentucky First Na tional bank German insurance bank and Third National bank to the extent of JJS7000 to Hugh Martin for 31l 000 and other creditors about 23000 making a total alleged liabilities of 221000 A BIG DEAL Meat Business of the South To Be Controlled By the Armours LoulBvile Ky Sept 16 Armour Ie Co have secured controlling Interest in the big plant erected last year by the Kentucky Packing and Provision Co and will immediately begin im I provements involving the outlay of I nearly half a million dollars Tho deal means that Armour Ie Co will practically dictate the pork output inI the south Louisville Is made the dis tributing point of the entire south In cluded In the deal Is the sausage plant of the Kentucky company Armour Co have been trying for many months to secure a controlling Interest in the concern It is understood that the pur chase price is 250000 YELLOW FEVER CASES Three People Not Allowed To Get Off a Train at Lexington Lexington Ky Sept 15Throe peo pIe III from yellow fever wanting to get off a Queen Crescent train at 12 oclock Thursday night were not permitted to do so by the police The train was carrying 200 refugees from TalluIaJi and Lake Providence La Two physicians were In charge of the patients and will take them through to Cincinnati United States Con grossman Joseph Ransdall of Lake Providence Is on the train and will secure a marine surgeon for the pa tients A large number of refugees not In the car with the patients got oft here being met at Nlcholasvllla by the health officer Are After P A Sincere Owonsboro Ky Sept 15If the whereabouts of one P A Sincere are ascertained he will be brought to Ow onshore and arraigned on charges of having obtained goods under false pro tenses It Is alleged that In addition to carrying away a young womans din mond ring he carried away a portion of her affections Plenty of Potatoes Loulsvlllo Ky Sept 15The fail ure of the potato crop In the north will have no effect on tho Louisville market this fall from the fact that tho potato crop in Kentucky and espe cially In Jefferson county whore great quantities are grown is far above the average Steamer Charleston Sold Paducnh Ky Sept l6The steamer Charleston was sold to Cal Wagoner for 2026 She was sold by tho gov ernment on claims amounting to about 2000 and will be entered In the Cum berland river trade Will Veto Salary Increase Newport Ky Sept loMayor Helmbold of this city will It is said veto the resolution passed by both branches of the Newport board of council Increasing tho salary of tho police Judge from 600 to 1200 Murder at Lexington Lexington Ky Sopt l8Whlle en gaged In a game of cards In the saloon of E S Lay on South Limestone street Stonewall Bradley shqt and In stantly lined Ell Corum a carpenter employed by tho Combs Lumber Co Bradley gave himself up Sold the rranchlse Hopklnsvllle Ky Sept 18ThE franchise for too building and opera Jon of an electric street railway aye tern and electric light plant in this lty for 20 years was purchased by John H Boil jr of Hopkinsvllle TOOK CARBOLIC ACID Mrs Laura Walker Chenault Socluty Woman Committed Suicide Richmond Ky Sept 18Greet stricken because her sixyearold son from whose father she had been sepa rated a month grew pale with fear at sight of her end refused to come within her reach that she might kiss him Mrs Laura Walker Chenault one of the most prominent society women In tho state committed suicide by swat lowing carbolic acid About a month ago Mr and Mrs Chenault separated the father taking the only child a boy six years of age Sunday afternoon Mrs Chenault telephoned that she would like to see the boy Mr Cho nault brought the little fellow to the house where his wife was stopping As soon as he caught sight of his mota er who was standing at a window ho positively refused to enter the house No amount of persuasion could prevail upon him to do otherwise which so chagrined the mother that she Immediately took poison Mrs Chcnaulti father J Stone Walker was president of the State Bank and Trust Co PROBABLY MURDERED A Dead Man Found In Mulllgan Woods Near Lexington Lexington Ky Sept JSThe body of an unknown white man aged about 40 was found In Mulligans woods just outside tho city limits Officers are ot the opinion that the man was murdered as there was a bullot hole In his forehead There was nothing on the mans person by which ho could bo identified ills pockets contained a little money a cheap watch and sew eral cards of the Manhattan restaur ant In Cincinnati The body was ro inovtfd to the morgue- MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE W W Combs Drank Two Oounces of Laudanum Owensboro Ky Sopt 16A mysterious suicide in a hotel hero was that ot W A Combs of Frankfort Ho took two ounces of laudanum evident ly In small doses a few minutes apart Combs had been in Owensboro for a week Papers found on him indicated that he stood high in fraternal orders All the lodges to which he belonged are located in Frankfort On a noto Combs had written directing that his remains be sent to Monterey Ky end that the various lodges of which ha was a member be notified REV J B RICE DEAD He Had a Varied Experience as Lawyer Minister Etc Louisville Ky Sept l5Atter d va ried career as a lawyer minister of the Gospel to two denominations wri ter of religious works and chaplain in the army during the SpanishAmerican war Rev John Bell Rice died hero as the result of a pistol wound Inflicted with suicidal Intent Mr Ricos suf faring from a cancer which had af flicted him for three years led him to kill himself Sold To a Syndicate Frankfort Ky Sept 18 President John C Noel of the Frankfort Vet sailles Traction Co confirmed the re ported sale of his company to the Philadelphia syndicate but declined to give any further details as to the price and terms or names of the purchasers To Build a Temple Lexington Ky Sept 18A committee from various Masonic lodges was named hero to report upon the feasi bility of building a Masonic temple to cost 75000 The body consists of 1C G Pulliam W C Smith Dr J T Strode J L Barkley and W C G Hobbs Cynthlana Man Killed Newport Ky Sept 18 Walter T Burns of CynU ana aged about 25 years was killed In tho Latonia yards Ho was riding between two cars at the time and It Is believed was jarred from his position while the train was mak- Ing a stop for the junction Hotel Clerk Dies Lexington Ky Sopt IGChas M Norman for 20 years a clerk at tho Phoenix hotel and late proprietor ot the Normany cafe died at his home here He went out for a walk before supper and on his return complained of follng ill and soon after was strick on with paralysis Justifiable Homicide Shelbyville Ky Sept l5The ex amining trial of Lemuel Mahonoy for the killing of Will Sutherland at thla place held before County Judge Da vis resulted In his acquittal it being clearly proven that It was justifiable homicide Dead Man Found Covington Ky Sept l8Tho L N Railroad Cos operator reported to the police that a dead man was found lu the tall weeds near Berry station on the Kentucky Central division of the system The man had evidently been dead several days Race Horse Hurst Park Lexington Ky Sept 18 = James R Koeno has sent to his Kentucky breed- Ing farm Castleton tho race horse Hurst Park a 5yearold chestnut horse by Kingston dam Imp Edltba by Master JUIdare i u aI+la+it++I I MMIHH 1 lIt 1 1 1 I 1 I I I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 lal+ll+H Eastern Kentucky News Ro unless signed in roll by the writer The name U not for publication bat ae an eridenco of good faith Write plainly of 1 II H 11 111 1 II 1111 I I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 HH4HfHHi MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Sept 10Mrs Snllio Harris visit mlat Poyloutown Tuesday Mrs Jako Horndou visited at Richmond FridaMiss Ida Darkor spout Friday evening with Miss Liatzi Mnupiu Barnet Wilson is making sorghum this weokMiss Lizzie Burdott has returned from a weeks visit with relatives at Loxington Mr and Mrs Irvine Baker spout Saturday with Tom Baker near Dreyfus Miss Ida Mnupiu returned Saturday from a weeks visit with relatives at Whites StationProtracted meeting lucid at Whites Presbyterian chapel by Rev Joe Harper closed Sunday with six ad ditions Birdie Narvol is very low with typhoid fovor Miss Della Williams visited last week at Mr and Mrs Joe Mntipius beyond Kingston Mrs Nannie Watson of Browusburg Iudhas been visiting Mrs Mollie Collins tho past week Miss Pearl Adams has been visiting Mrs Mmid Tisdalo at Whitos Station tho past week DARE KNOB Sopt 18 Farmers are quito busy nowadays making molasses Everybody will gut a chance to bo sweet nowMr and Mrs Geo Ames of Springfield Missouri are visiting relatives in this vicinity at present President Frost and wife visited Mr and Mrs R L Richardson Friday evening and took supper Mrs John Waddle is not much bettor Her trouble is gallstonecolic She has been sick about seven weeks Miss Lucretia Murrell and David Bowleu wero married on Thursday Sept 14 Mr Ponder has bought tho farm of Brock Pigg near Richard Daviss Mrs Jim McQueen is sick at this writing Katie Lake has been visit ing her sister Mrs Jas Hammond Five of tho Lake toys from Evergreen passed through hero Sunday night They wore going to Fnyotte and Jessamine to workJames E Hammond und family have boon visiting J W Lake tho past week MOTE Sept 18 Lawrence Gurrott who has been in Hamilton 0 for quite a while has returned homoMiss Edna Moodyof Kingston spent last week with her cousin Miss Mary JacksonDavis Munday and Frank Garrett are visiting friends in Jack son county this weekMrs P J Garrett and daughterinlaw Mary visited friends in Ohio last week The Irvine Association will meet at Panola Wednesday Sept OMrs Nettie Lewis and oon Bert are visit ing her brothorQ W Moody nt Paint LickMiss Sallie Flinchum who has been visiting her sister Mrs Claud Fortune at Hamilton 0 has returned home Jasper Powell says this has been a very busy week for he has been making sorghum Whit Moody of Paint Lick was hero on business last weokRev James Parsons just closed a ten days pro tractedmeeting at Pilot Knob church with twentythree additionsMiss Ollie Powell is visiting friends at Nina KyMrs Joe Lawson and two children Ernest and Rubbie have returned from a pleasant visit with friends in Garranl county Fannio Jackson and Mrs Ella Powellmade a pleasant trip to Richmond Saturday WALUCETON Sept 17Aserics of meetings closed here tonight at tho Baptist church with eleven additions Tho meeting was conducted by Rev Smith the pastor We fool that much good has boon doneMiss Martha E Weaver is homo from Illinois for a few days visit with friends and relatives Will Bolen and family who liars been in Illinois for threo years past came homo last wookJoo Rellativo and family returned last week Miss Maud Baugh of Missouri is visiting friends and relatives heroMiss Sarah Dawson is visiting Misses Fannie Jennie and Mary Todd Gco Carter and family visited Eb Brocktnan and family SundayCorn cutting js the generalwork of the day here JACKSON COUNTY ALCORN Sept l3Wo have not very much rain but our corn is very goode1- H Williams is just home from a visit to Hamilton Wiley Blauton called nt Berry Seniors Sunday Holland Lainhart called on W B Perry Sun dayMiss Nannie Click and Miss Annie Laguston attended Sunday school at the Burnt School house Albert Ray expects to move out of our county soooWo nee likely to have a wedding here Mr Wiley Blanton and Miss Fannie Seniors are the happy couple Flora Alcorn is hauling ties with Bill Alcorns old rigDaco Parsons is gone to Gar rard county to make his father a visit Miss Betty G Perry is back from I Station Camp after a visit to Sargo Millers Misses Lucinda Ball mid Stolla Willis are going to give Lizzie Webb a call on Friday DOUBLE LICK Sept 15We are having plenty of rain and heavy lowsL B Mar tin is going into the goods business at Evergreen KyBon DreV while on his way to McKee last Monday had his mule fall with him and broke his thumb Mr Drew afterwards swapped tho mule to Joel Lakes and i fell with its new owner yesterday morning and broke his collar lane Win Sparks fine saddle mere also tell with him on their way from M- cIecD C add J W Martin are going to the west B C says he is going to make it his hone in the futureJ W Jones killed a wild cat on Horse Lick creek that weigh ed 500 poundsEVEROREEN Sept lDWe are having some fine weather Corn cutting is nil the go in this neighborhood Mrs Sallie Hollard was tho guest of Mrs Den Drew SundayMrs Isabella Drew has routed her plate on tho ridge to Berry Martin who is building him a store house Ho will have a full store inside of three months Wo all grieve over the loss of our good citi zen Mr Lu Morris who is moving to Richmond OWSLEY COUNTY COW CREEK Sept 15Peto Hacker is yet suffering greatly with tho gout Pete says ho never know grated bread to give u man the gout before Tandy Frost says that tho roar of tho old family grater and the boiling of greaseless beans is sweeter music than peons of departed glory or the songs of triumph in ivarII O Reynolds of Booneville is smithiug- at this place for Haden Reynolds H and D Reynolds are breaking tho record as logging men this year Chas Turner received serious in juries whilo cutting snwlogs recently Aaron Reynolds gave the society circle of Evoreolo an old Kentucky shin dig Wednesday evening They report an enjoyable time Uncle Tames Moore visited us Friday We ire glad to welcome Uncle James Ho is one of our best citizens and the oldest settler of this place Chas Eversole is running opposition in teaching against Boreaites Ho says he is combining the Socratic method and his own with great satisfaction The groat debate is closed Floyd vs Gabbard Gabbard speakers wear the laurels Jake Broke Toe Gab bard paid us a flying visit yesterday FLOYD Sept 10Sam Combs and Miss Mary Bowman were united in marriage last week Wo extend our congratulations and best wishes for a happy and prosperous liCeThol- ong expected debate between the Grassy Branch and Ingersoll debating societies has come and gone There was a very large crowd out and every body was entertained fine The speakers argued tho question with great zeal Tho Ingersoll debating society was victorious and our society was defeated Farmers are getting along well with their work Breck Combs is making sorghum for C B Moore this week All the people hoe commenced making cane which promises work for some time H H Rico tho hustling merchant of this place has been nominated for sheriff of OwsleycountyA wedding took place not long ago in this vicinitySept 10The greatest debate that ever was hold in this part of tho country was hold at Grassy Branch schoolhouse Thursday night between the Grassy Branch and Ingersoll debating societies The subject fo r debate was Resolved that war has caused more grief to the human family than whiskey The Ingersoll society took tho affirmative war the Grassy Branch society tho uoga the whiskey The question was arguedvery thoroughly on both silkS Tho first speaker for tho affirmative was Elmer Gabbardwho pointed out the awful destruction md grief caused by war He was followed on his side by Letcher Gab bard H H Rico and C B Mooro who argued equal to the man after whom their society was named The first speaker on tho negative was Evan Ogan who pointed out tho sorrow and grief caused by whiskey EIo was followed by A J Chandler John Mason and T P Gabbardwho stood their ground like heroes do lending every inch of their subject The two ablest speakers wore C B Moore an affirmative speaker and T P Gabbard a negative speaker They faced each other with the self confidence that made their speeches appreciated by all When tho t judges gave their decision tho hearts of the Ingersoll Societys members were mado glad to know that they were victorious When it was known that tho affirmative had woe and the members had cheered tho victorious n friendly handclasp of the was necessary Every one appreci nlcd the debate to tho fullest extent and they parted for tho night feeling benefited EUIER GAntunn Ohair man of tho Ingersoll Debating Society MAJOR Sept 10Foddering is all the go nowArthur Minters family Berea who havo been visiting in Owsley county for some time loft Tuesday for their home Hubert Wilson accompanied thorn andwill enter school Mrs Florence Row laud is visiting at Beroa this week N F Ambrose loft for Colorado Springs Colorado last week where ho will be in school the coming year Also John G Neico left for Mary ville Teen for the same purpose Wo wish the young men success Mr and Mrs Ambrose are moving to Buren to make their future home Wo are sorry to lose our old nnd respected citizensS P Clark is working at Mason Ohio nowJ S Rowland our new merchant at Major is getting in a full stock of fall and winter goods which ho promises to sellat rook bottom prices Stovo Tyre has joined the Christian church and was baptized Sunday by Bro Miller Born to the wife of Geo Jackson n fine girl Mr Jackson is happy The young child of Demaree Rowland is very sick this week GABBARD Sept 10 Fodder saving and log hauling are all the go Circuit court begun at Boouovillo Monday Sep- tl8C B Moore is having his cane undo up this week Grant Horusby is very poorly with consumption Mrs M J Reynolds of Cow Creek is very sick at this writingJacob Qnbbard better known as Broker had a fodder pulling Tuesday Mrs Emma Cole visited relatives ou Cow Creek Wednesday Mr and Mrs Pleas Gabbard are visiting relatives on Upper BulTaloR W Minter jf Boouovillo was here Saturday James R Gabbard and his brother Henry wore on Cow Creek a few days last weokSam Combs Jr and Miss Mary Bowman both of Stringtown were married last week The new couple havo our best withes Aaron Reynolds of Eversolo had R fodder pulling and quilting Wednesday and at night gave the young Folks a party All seemed to enjoy the occasion Miss M J Cort of Cortland was here Friday to arrange for a Childrens Day which will beheld on the 24th of September Tho little onus hope to have n good time Eli Reynolds of Clay City Ky is visiting his brother John S Reynolds and other friends and relatives on Dow Creek He arrived on Wednes day of last week On Thursday fol lowing he met a number of old friends and acquaintances at the homo of Mrs Mary Gabbard for the purpose of giving u talk on How to lead a righteous life Ho will give a talk nt Midway Sunday Tho Ingor soil debating society of this place met tho Grassy Branch Literary Society in debate Thursday night Sept 14 Tho subject for discussion was Resolved That war has caused noro grief to the human family than whiskey The Ingersoll took tho affirmative and Grassy Branch the negative Sonic verystirringspeeches were trade on both sides but the Ingersoll came off victorious Each side was represented by four speakers and four hours of hotly contested speaking ensued- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Sept loMrs W II Stevens and Miss Ella E Lake visited friends on Clear Creek Sunday Miss Nora Coylo of Boone visited Miss Beech Todd Saturday and SundayMrs- J S Waddle who has been sick is some belter Mrs W H Stevens went to Bores Tuesday on business uphisBOONE Sept l8The news reached hero Saturdayevening that James II Sigmon Conways best than and Postmaster who is very sickat Jeroa is not expected to live We regret to hearsuch sndnowsHe and Mrs J W Lambert went to Richmond on business lastSaturday Mrs Carrie Woodall and chil Iren of Nicholosville visited her parents at this place this week Rev J W Lambert and C C Drew attended Church at Clear Creek SuudayU S Boric has gone to working up his largo cane patch Mrs Agnes Dobbs and Miss Patlie Montgomery visited your correspon dent last ThursdayW H Stevens of Rockford was at Boone Sunday Charlie Wren who was cut very badly by a Chasteen boy is some betterRobert Smith of this place has gone to Tennessee to see his aged motherJohn Wheeler of feint Lick visited Mr and Mrs idea Wren Saturday nightH I Hamblin of this place went to Ml Vernon Saturdayiedon tho evening of September 14 Nellie tho sweet little two year old child or Cynthia Lewis of Snider Switch Burial was in tho old grave yard nt Scaffold Cane LIVINGSTON goIMcCrackou and Efilo French attended tho Teachors Associntion Saturday at Galloway and reported n nice time There will be services at tho Branson schoolhouse Saturday and Sunday conducted by Bro Ballof Berustadl lCyMiss Minerva Cope ICoC this place contemplator visiting her brother in Hamilton 0 tho 1st of October Cnlob Cope of Living stop visited old friends in Boron nut vicinity last week nud reports n nice timoTho Branson school that is being taught by Miss Belle Me Crackcn is progressing very nicely having a good attendance and the students nro doing well in school LETCHER COUNTY MAYKINO Sept 15A jolly crowd visited tIll school hero last week toth ladies unit gentlemen S E Adams fa on the sick listhi B Craft has laid the foundation of a now house Sept 17lfrs Polly Croft wns here last week ou business Miss Mary Adams was horo it tow days ngo Eddie Pnlloy has just returned homo from Norton Va with goods E M Webb of Sorgenl passel hero Friday Joo Craft was lucre Satu- rday11e had n flno mooting lucre Saturday nnd Sunday Borry Webb passed hero Saturday Reunion of Kentuckians WAXTBO The mrawawllldrewor1 Km tiirkUtvt who here were M ether 8UI Did you know that tho last COUBUH slows that there art over six humlrud thousand Kentuckinns living in olhitr StatesWell its a fad How ninny of them former Ken tuckians do you know The Commercial Club of Loulavlllo wants tho nainoa of us iiwuy of thaw as it is pas iblo to got It desires to extend invitations to ovary Kontuok ian who has moved nway 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