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II oso okolokotolokoiokoeotco COdCOOKrhDMinanr o o e o Entemtatlke ronlofflftntUertat naUmatltr vGId o o G IJ TWEATHER REPORT Mr FIunoryB roport of weather oliHurvntioim from Monday July U to Sunday July ID gives tho fol lowing figures TIIImlu Ilnlnfull- IHltliMt Iot In Inrliri- Mnnilny HH Ul Oil Tm HH III uo- WmlnxMlny 111 ill UO- Tlinnwliiy Oil mi ou- lrlilnr Mil no no- 8itunliiy Maee DO 11111187 HH 110 O- A inisnKH 00 Total 00 IDEAS Anger Aud to IKS wroth with ouo wo lovo doth work like madneet in till bniin Coleridge Augur in implanted in us an n sort of sting to make us gnash with our teeth ugiiiunt tho devil to innko ua vuliomttnt aguiuNt him not to eel us in array against each other When anger rushes unrcslralnd to action like n hot steed it stumbled in tin wnySango- Mon often nmko up in wrath what I i they want In reaauW R Algor Lamentation Is tho only musician that always Iikn a ncroecli owl alighle and Hitn oil the roof of au angry man t Plutarch FROM THE WIDE WORLD If the bill under discufwion in the Dominion Piirliauiout becomes a law 1 Canada will have on iU statute books thu most stringent Sabbath legisla tion In tho world This measure would make it unlawful to sell anything except drugs anti railway tick ets on Sunday to transact any busi ness or to employ our person except in worlof necessity and moray for l manu to conduct games or jxsrforui niiccft of any kind for an admission foot to carry passengers on any sort of amusement excursion to charge au admission fee to any 1arkor pleas uru ground to short at u target ot otter object to twit foreign news papers 1 t is the business of governments to nrwurvo and promote tho and time plmrnotor of all their citizen- in every legitimate way No wellin formed person will doubt that such n I law na that proponed for Canada i would lie lx tli for Iho pliyspcaland mGmt welfare of tho xxiplo if it be onforwi To call it a blue law will IHI no argument against it GennntiH in tho Fatherland m well DH In this country uro rejoicing in the Girth of a lIOn to tho Crown 1rinco Ho caliihralcH tho Fourth of July by his arrival in the jvalacc in rotmlam iu ar Merlin If the newcomer lives long enough ho will probably one day Ira king of Prussia and emperor of Germany IN OUR OWN COUNTRY It in two years anda quarter be fore the next presidential election cad already the campaigning is beginning Tho Democrats generally are nominating Bryiuf for President The Georgia legislature on July 10 after Hstoniug to a short nddrona by District Attorney Jeromo of Now York pawed a resolution nominating biro and Governor Folk for tho next Democratic presidential ticket Ho publican are discussing Roosevelts micwnsor It sometimes seems as if much moro energy were spent In electing candidates thau In consider- Ing what they have done or ought to do and it is often truo that the greatest service u politician accom pliHhcn for his country is to keep the iiiitno of the other partys candidate from being inscribed on tho rolls oho legislature or Congress Tho milleuium will have nearly reached UH whoa Limo larger pnrt of our polit ical energy is spout In melting and enforcing good law rather than In electing and defeating candidates To tho end that wo may gut started in that direction lot us notice what improvements on past records Con I SteM mado in tho session which closed tho last of Juno Tho Railroad Rate Act which to the Inter state Commerce Commission author fly In regulation ot rats etc over nil common carrion railways express companies oil pipe lines etc is one of the nuttt important measures passed for ninny years Tho moat inspection amendment to tho Agri cultural Hill is another long step toward saving life and health from destruction by unprincipled capital t ists and tho luro Food Bill although not what it ought to have boon will reportLI building of a lock and dam canal at I Panama was another Important move The credit is largely duo to President 4 Roosevelt that BO much immensely important legislation was passel and Ilr back of tho president was tho agita limn and support an almost unauir nious press lint HIP various grnft robnto and corruption exposures aud discussions iu magazines and books and then the popular newspaper 1 doinaud for action Now lot us in Hist on tho spirit of those laws being further carried out in tho making of others equally needed and In tho enforcement of the law r THE CITIZEN oeoeoosoeosioosi0TPUT AWAY YOUR GUN There arc many boys and young men of our mountains and some older menoldenough to know better who carry revolvers with them when they go to school or to town We have a few friendly words to say them If you had a crazy man with you or one who was drunk you wouldnt lend him your revolver would you He might not hurt you with it but then again he might You would not take any risk with him He isnt fit to be trusted with such a dangerous weapon You will not use your revolver unless you are very angry or drunk If you use it then it will be because you have lent your revolver to a crazy man yourself and you may have a thousand years of remorse for what that crazyman does with your gun in one minute London is one of the best governed cities in the world New York and Chicago cannot compare with it The Lon don police are some of the finest in appearance manners courage and character to be found in the world But the police of London are not allowed to carry revolversIf not looking for a life of remorse or a death on the gallows put away your gun You wont need it when you arc sober and good natured You cant trust yourself with it when you arc mad with passion or drink ATTEMPT LIFE OF VLADIMIR TRAIN BEARING DUKE NARROW I LY ESCAPES BEING WRECKED Ties and Plate Placed on Track Peasant lUsortliig to Torch In Many Places Trove Prussia July J8An at tempt to wreck a train bearing Grand fluke Vladimir of Russia wat made near Schwolch The Grand duke was not Injured Grandsway of Troves and Coblcntr Ho ro clod tailor Informing him bo would bo attacked whllo la Parts and turned them over to the police Tbo grand duke took an ordinary train from here instead of tho express passedthroughwith a pile of ties and plates near Schwolch Little damage was done however u a truck walker found the obstruction Just In time to algnnl the stopbeforeBt Petersburg July 18ln many places tho peasants are wantonly plyiPK Iho torch At Natahatklno fllmblrak province tho town hall was set op lire and the entire village eomUtlng of 300 houses was con mi mod Throughout Poland system atic plllMftlagot tho government spirit policeMonday and n gendarme was killed The assassin of Gen Koilor who was killed In the English park at Petorhot has not yet been Identified but It U declared that his taco shows bo Is of Jewish extraction A few days before the killing ho was seen at Petorhof In company with three Jews who spoke English Tbo om clal paper declares thero is no doubt the assassination was planned by ter rorists and appeals to good citl zone to uphold the authorities In their efforts to put an end to tho spirit or lawlessness which threatens to over whelm tho country In anarchy THAW TRIAL IS HALTED Oouns l for Murderer Secures Writ Restraining Grand Jury from Taking Evidence Now York July 18John D Glea appearedbeforeof the supreme court Tuesday and so CHred a writ of prohibition restrain ing tho district attorney sail tho grand jury from taking any evidence as to tin killing of Stanford White Tho writ which is temporary also re strains tho district attorney and the grand jury front Issuing any sub poenas Iu connection with the matter of tho killing of Whlto Justice nianchard also Issued an order directing the district attorney and the grand jury to show cause WoJnoi day morning why they should not bo absolutely restrained from any further proceedings In tho matter of tho killing of Whlto and against Harry K Thaw It was reported Tuesday that has boon watched constantly ThnwI arrest by a trusted prisoner been detailed as an extra on tho tier whoro Thaws cell Is lo cated Ono purpose of the surveil lance Is said to be to catch as much as possible of what Is said at his talks with his visitors It In not knowq whQ set the watch upon him in niP prison warden refused to die cuss the subject One report concern- Ing tho watch set upon Thaw was to tho effect that the supposed trusty who U said to bo witching tho pris oner Is an expert alienist who bas boon admitted to tho prison by direc lion of District Attorney Jerome This report also declares that the purpose of the espionage Is to ascertota whether or aet flaw k taaa I z- J c1 HARQIS AND CALLAHAN Acquitted In TwentrTwo Minutes of Murdering Marcum Boattyrllle KyTho letter N played an Important part In tho Jury room Tuesday morning during the deliberation of tho jury regarding the guilt or Innocence of Jim Hargls and Ed Callahan charged with tho murder of James B Marcum It was agreed by the jury immediately upon enter Ing tho room that a vote should be taken as to tho guilt or Innocence of the defendants It was further agreed that those voting to acquit should use tho letter UN while those voting to convict should use tho letter G Each man then marked a letter on a slip ot paper and dropped It Into a hat and when they were drawn out each slip of paper contained tho loiter N mooning that tho 18 men had unani mously agreed to acquit It therefore required only one ballot to reach n verdict and O J Burnett selected as foreman wrote the verdict on the bock of tho Indictment and In 22 minutes after the Jury retired they had re turned and handed it to tho dark of tho court Owing to tho lateness of tho hour In which Commonwealths Attor ney Adams concluded his argument Judgo Dorsoy refused to gtvo the caso to the Jury until morning He gavo tho jury the same admonition given them during tho trial ot tho case and not until 730 In tho morning were they allowed to deliberate on a ver- dIct Tho courtroom was crowded when tho jury flied Into tho room shortly before 8 oclock and a death like silence prevailed whllo the clerk road the verdict As soon as tho words fell from his lips the defendants wore surrounded by their family and friends and congratulated on their success and tho quickness with which the jury bad voted to acquit On tho other side of the room however an entirely differ eat picture presented Itself Mrs Marcum and throe of hot orphan chil dren sat wIth bowed heads and tened to tho verdict which acquitted tho men they believed guilty of pro- Curing tho death of tho husband and fnithor and it was several minutes before tho saddened ones could realize that their last hope had gono bin Marcum stated after regaining her composure that she felt that she had ono her duty to her husband Sho laid aim promised him she would do everything In her power to convict his slayers and took nn oath to that effect peer his grave and that tho fact that they had boon acquitted was not the fault of any laxity In her efforts Whllo tho vordlct was a complete surprise to tho majority of those who have lowed tho testimony In the case it was not wholly unexpected by the rep resentatives of the commonwealth At no limo since tho selection of tho jury was It bellovod by Messrs Bird and Jouett and Commonwealths Attorney Adams that a conviction would bo had but they woro not prepared for an ac quintal believing that a hung jury would result The acquittal of Hargls and Callahan for the Marcum murder will have no effect on their pro oeu don for tho murder of Cockrlll and whoa their trial Is called here In Sop tember Sam Jolt will be on hand with his witnesses for tho commonwealth Jett atntod Tuesday that he would be more anxious than ever to prosecute theme for 118 murder i rJa apphetf Bridegroom Drank Poison Georgetown Ky John Endioott ot Hamilton 0 who married Miss Etter pt a prominent Scott county family at tempted suicide by drinking carbolic acid while OB a spree A physician brought him around after an hours work Family differences tho cause To Succeed Hargls Carapton Xy Judge Joseph 0 Ly kins of this city Is betas solicited to make the race Mr state central com mlttooman from this the Tenth sea groeslonal district to succeed Judge James Hargjs w i Chief Contents ot Thfs Number rAGE ONK AVrallirr Report Iilrnt AtiRcr Fmni the Wide World In Our Own Country K lltrlal Currying Itevolvon Coliiniunwrnltli Kentucky fjilot Telrgrnili New CllUell A lUiirenieiiU PAGE TWO Our loryA rrinranf Highwaymen jtonMwlve NlucntlnuinChlcngi Huiiitiiy Hchool rII-11AOI TIIIIKK- Ilorra and Vicinity College Himil HI Kli th Kentucky lllitiiryv- IACIB FOUIl News from ivtrywlirr TAUK VIVE Poultry nnil lb cL Teiupwranra Xiilen Lntnt Market haters 1AOi six Tim Ilainn Kyilroplioblii Cure The SrliiMilLmrU Prncllrnl Arithmetic Tim Innu 1rof llociitr In Loiiltvlllo Nnoifroui tlioltl = aintyIy Prof Dint IAOU SEVEN Whun Art flnllnrlnt K iinl Saloon in Now lly Hlr Co inr Iunlun Clnrkn The 1111or Kxremt In Goodness Ily Or- M well IlnlRht IIIIIln Terrtrcuefurmm PACK KIO1IT Kiitern Kentucky Correspondence Goal Things for Deaden of the Citizen I Concluding chapters of the His RegimentIICalifornia President Frost from Now York IIis Robinson from Europe and other summer travelers III Short practical articles on health by Dr Cowley several pro grams for exhibition for rural schools etc etc IV Francis Lyndos famous story The Grafters commences as our serial July 20 Keep In Touch ltentuckrJIThe following card came to the Citizen office lost week E Claridon 0 July 1200 Dear Sir Wo wore quite disappointed to not receive tho lest number of the Citi zen Wo cannot afford to miss it Wo consider your paper a valuable help iu keeping us in touch with our Old Kentucky Homo Respectfully 0 W Johnston- A Kentuckian wrote from North Dakota for sample copy and price of tho Citizen Ho wanted to keep in touch A subscription carne iu a few days ago for a man in Colorado who wanted to keep in touch You have friends scattered all over the 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the trial was in progress theso facts all make us blush for Kentucky justice and honorTho democrats are opening their campaign for Governor with Hager and plays in tho field against each other Hager opened his campaign by reading a long speech to a short audience in Mt Sterling on July 10 Ho said that ho was not the candidate of any machine or sot of men If that bo truo thou ho is nobodys candidate except his own and the question is whether ho can get tho necessary results from the machine to become governor His address was that of a politician not that of a statesman If it represents tho man who gave it ho will be supported by partyslaves tools and parasites but not by patriots Anger is tho most impotent passion that accompanies tho mind of man it effects nothing it goes about and hurts the mau who is possessed by it more than any other against whom it is directed Clarendon I O000800000oaoo00 0 Watch for ItliThe grafters S o Begins next week Dont jj Ii Miss It Very Exciting o 0 l Ii 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IIII1ot The BEREA PUBLISHING CO II E A COOK EDITOR AND x IIco7leoSsoilokoSSOltokolto5eoko5roSlo7so7toltolloltoltoltoltok kokokokokokokokokokoKokokokoltakokokokoKokoKokokokoko cJJo t o T0 x o ox I Quit Business o- if 0 o o II Will offer for sale in any way o to dispose of stock quickest my Q ientire stock of merchandise at x a bargain Will also offer for o sale my business and dwelling cheapo t alY o 0 oIo II o r I0 I A Pe SETTLE Jr I IItj Phone 40 o- N o Q IK tw011oroMoiN II if I j APrince bf I Highwaymen By KATHARINE fYNAN Copj right by Joseph II liowle I was a horn turbulent I suppose the child of JiardrldlliR hafddrfnici lather ratHerVllinn ofmy1 cr If rrijMrSlher had lived things had beon Getter with me for I remember his croat jolly laughter whenfl had behavtil ill or so my mother thought yet Out of mere childish roguery and darlnj rather than with evil Intent KB WAS not many months dead wnen my brother Aymer was born People used to wonder that we could be ijprung of one stockI so dark he so fair I so rude and wild In my wsj S he all gentleness I was ever lusty and as the years pasted I grew strong as n young colt and unmanageable as one yet un bitted He on the other hand kept his talr delicacy of look aud was somewhat frail of health which made another reason for my mothers loving him since she blamed herself that excessive grief for my father had weakened the unborn child- I was lonely UII my cousin Joan came Hpr mother Dame Winchester was my mothers sister and now both were widowed Therefore they thought well of housing their grief under one root Dut these are childish things and let me on to tho time of the great wury My mother was dead before those evil days befell or elSe she had died of them perhaps as many a loyal lady did And even at the last dear soul she left a barbed wound in my heat for said she to me In those last pre clous hours while we yet kept her Roger my son do you love your Ou sin 1 JoanI not dearest said I and reddened even at that moment for I was a and would have bgen ashtmed4u1think Upon love She laid on mine and- I thought shb wouithave kissed me for we had drawn closer during Illness but what the said was herI Listen Roger If Aymer loves too aA I tear he does let Aymer wed her You will forget You will go out In the world among other inen and wiHsee other to love You are strong and Valiant my son he Is gen tie and delicate Let him have his loveI not allgcredtpblysand for my part In certain exploits tame to be known as Mad Malnwarlng But alack those glories were well over and hero wall a1 ragged cavalier with but my horse my sword and my little dog And ere I joined some gay friends of mine who were making war In another fashion a groat hunger came upon me to look upon the home of my childhood to see that which I had renounced and visit once again cop mothers grave I turned my face westward therefore and rode night and day till the watery sunset of a spring evening showed me lIngs Beeches with Its turrets and chimneys black against the sky The window was ppen and some one was singing a ripe voice which I was slow to recognize as that of my toro ther Aymer With the song went the thin music of a spinet I hoisted myself by my hands on the window sill yet ere I Lad looked within I knuwfwhut I should seer My brother dressed soberly yet with richness leant by the plnef which my cousin Joan was playing Several years dial tone and some thing aUrgvtt rnatro1ilybad DOme upon rty cousins beauty something so noble and so tender that I must swear for ever no womans beauty were perfect chestInufhalrpure outline of her face I could see her Hulo ears and mho full milky throat below the golden head For an instant I feasted on her baau ty Then my eyes wandered to my brother He looked less slight than of- old but hie Apollo grace and fairness which I used to thliiK unbecoming a matt had not deserted him The whole scene wis so peaceful so till of home that It made his hear ache who had doomed himself to be homeleSs And them a thouhttclme to me thata isent Utohloo stirgiilg to my head Why was a home scone I looked upon and this pair with their happy quietude were nu lovers except wedded ones I had willed it to or the dead had willed it for flip jit I turned to the night with anotinon my lips and despair In m Mart for noel until then I thins had I realized my tovc for my ioaupAnd so swearing t wouii ul como main lest worse be fall I Iljudebtrunh dell In lIDo wood where wy Sal dln pawed the ground and neighed Ole way I had taken W gentlemen of the road drop oul of the world wo once knew as much is If we were dead Two years did Tom Selby Dick La yader aud myself lead the highway notthingsThere cnma u night Ij rodd uloMai late wouia lave ltd mud was icarca thinking oE huslnefla but leant by o wayside gallows Jn the shadow of a wood and mused as was my wont on the wherefore men wer born Jnto the jrorld only to leave it with not If hope fulfilled Then fur away In the moonlight I- ep nesmntraphtcelntagJoxnra ap- eTherere loin lorso rlddoa by posuions so mocn i cputtrsee so n was et least fire to one against me but It couBortod with my desperate mood to tako the coach single bandod Now 1 saw the vantage the woods gave mo and were those fellows as great cowards ai I have often proved such variola to be tho enterprise were safe enough Therefore as the coach rolled beneath the hangmans tree I stepped out and crying Yield knaves to me and my men I flourished my pistols In the face of man Oh l ruThlgffwaymen1v I hoard him sob and Indeed thvfoodK shadow might be full of us The horses full track on they haunches and thesgreatbq ul age camp to a standstill I bcnP forward calling to my Imaginary comrades to stand whoa suddenly a groat oath broke from the Immovnblc figure of a man that sat on the box of the coach and turning at the sound I saw the four postilions sctlrry g like rabbits as fait as their feet wfluld carry them Send your pIstols after them good highwayman wheezed the figure on the box and In faith forgrtUntr what ambush there might be I blazed away with both pistols so that the rogues might havo real fun for their money Thank you friend said I but whom do you carry with you My mistress a lady so beautiful that when you have beheld her you will not i AT LAST AT LAST HOQErt hurt her tor you gentlemen of the road do not war on beauty Pear not friend said I I will not hurt her and BO saying r opened the coach door and looked within Madam 1 will you not step out and enjoy thc beauty of the night I would fain see If your eyes match your diamonds For a shaft of moonlight Into the coach had revealed to me the flash djewels on the finers of the lady as she drew tightly about her face her hooded cloakWithout a word she held out her hand for me to assist her to alight Then she stood upright In the moon light a shining figure all In white for a long cloak of white satin hid the glories beneath and since the domino screened her face I could but guess at the beauty within You aro from a ball madam 1 I saidFrom a supper at my Lord CIren costers she said You shall go free said I on one condition Thati Iyleld you my diamonds That you tread a minuet with me here It will recall the brave days of old Afterward that you will give ma one kiss She was silent nninstanti Afterward I cried wfth a passion tftat fired me of a Bidden I shall kiss no other woman Be sure of that And I shall not ask to see your face You will let me go unquestioned That shall I You are the prince of highwaymen she murmured as she placed in my hand her own like the petal of a lily Then on the turf below the gallows wo went through the stately dance and Farce could I tread It because of my desire for the kiss that was to follow 1t When we had finished I took her hand and led her to the roach youribeatY1iwllf if you will U fojswcar the last condition of n The kiss ihe said The kiss I answered though I thirsted for tho touch of her lips on mineNay but you shall not she whls poied leaning forward from her seat in the coach I felt her hands hold me In a vice soft a6 they were They drew me to ward the coach Her lips met mine Then her arms wer labout me A lastat last Roster she cried and nave bieri Sicbltlng you I and Aymer this many a year and the volco was my Joans yoke But you are Aymers wife I criedAymors sister and your vflfeilf you will have me at last who hale waited so long for you love Come homo with me Aymer is your stew ard who holds your lands and your house till you conic Comet Roger I answered her tended fnvitatlorp by taking bet wlthinlmy arms I had ho words to speak IUlljthe future was long In which to ask questions returned to mine own house a hap py lover to find my place kept ready for me So was my mothers great hive for my brother Aymer Justified Fps a true wicUlear hretkevtheps0redaee self to BM It TeachingHow SondaySchool Lesson lor July 221906- Spedillr Prepared tor Thu Paper LESSON TKXTtuke 11111 Memory Verxn t end in- CIOInKN TEXTLorJ teach TU to raIukfO 11- 1TlMEneownber A D r9 not long after lat lesson PLATE Somewhere In toroSCRIITrIUC it10F1lltitrcESIcxam- Me IU to Prayrx lu beast Malt 1151nJohn 1111 171 tree before iiwat MaIL 3411 11 Stork In leN prayers In public sod In private John 17 11 rraIaUPrayer for friends Matt 1811 Luke UI2 John IT Prayer for enemies Luke 1174 t- hethoughtprayerGroupGroup 1 Start 1 8 Group a MattS U SlItOreupt e MAtt HM Mirk IUS Slatt n= 1111 Malt 112- GttMip S Luke ll8 1159 Group T LUke UII So Group 8 Luke 18114 Group 9 Matt 1619 N OT nGroup 10 John 1113 lit fl li 1623 rt 98 f1 It WItS now late In the year A D 9 or possibly early In 30 Jesus was probably still in Perm though the ex net locality Is unknown Jesus In these teachings about prayer repeats the several petitions of that prayer first given In his Sermon on tho Mount lie doubtless found It necessary more than once to teach thus particularly on the allImportant subject of eflrneat prayer and also would naturally she a form of prayer but the differences noticeable Intho two reports Mail 6913 and verses S4 before usshow that he placed no emphasis upon the exact words Ho sought rather by this model to show In what spirit we should approach God and what pelt Ions we may bring ttTIiim with assur nnre nf being hoard Not yet did he teach the dlscllllt to pray In his name That came later At this date they could not havo understood It They needed first to loarn to pmy In a filial spirit with and for others and I to continue praying if the answer were delayed I Tho Lords Prayer We eomowha Inappropriately stylo the prayer which Jesus taught the Lords Prayer It Is our prayer the prayer for every child of God Its distinctive chnrac terietleathe filial spirit and the fra ernal spirit The Lords Prayer Is thus nothing else than the summary ot the law put into practice and this sum mary so reallied In the secrecy of the heart will naturally pus thence into the entire ilfaGodet I used o think the Lords Prayer was a short prayer but aa I live longer and see more of life I begin to believe them Is no such thing as getting through It Our Heavenly Father knows no favoritism he Is jolt as willing to answer the prayer of his humblest child as that of the most mature Mint Dnt It is true that wo need to be taught to pray Now the same Teacher who taught the apostles and early disciples hl been the Teacher of every one who has been mighty In prayer since their day And he has not yet closed his school nor ever turned away one will tag to be a scholar To him we too may come and with sincere hearts offer the prayer which Is our Gulden Text Lord teach us to pray Jesus will not give us some magic formula for saying prayers Is not praying but through his own words of teaching such as we have today before us and through practice drill he will teach and train us so that we too mAY be- ahle to offer the effectual fervent prayer which avalleth much Jesus example as well as his words taught those who were associated with him that it Is mans high privilege to pray to the great God At one time they asked Jesus Teach us to pray in replying he tanftht that we may come to God as loving children to a kind father and that wo may pray for others as well as ourselves Our first petitions should be for the honoring of our Fathers name the coming of torlsts kngdom end the accomplish ment of Gods blessed will among men The DeadPrayer Office What be comes of all the unanswered letters Thousands ot them find their way to the dead letter office Some never reach tho person to whom they are ad dressed because of the postage not be lug paid some fail because they are directed to the wrong office some cannot be sent because the address Is 11 legIble and some because the matter acloted Is illegible Thdso float through the malls are examined at dlf t rent offices marked MIssent and finally they fall Into the dead letter office There they nro opened and road and if valuable are forwarded it not they are given to the flames Such la the accuracy and skill of the post office department that very few fall to reach their destination Some prayers never roach God because they are not addressed to his office They are directed to the audience Gods of flee is not In our neighbors care and If we direct our prayers to that point they will certainly go to the dead letter office Each of the reasons why letters go astray will hold good of un answered prayers Advocate Practical Points V 1 Only under the tuition of a divine teacher can we learn to pray aright nom 826 Kov Ver V 2 Wo should recognize God as our loving Father find come to him with holy confidence Ps 103113 V 2 We shall have our own and tho best way when we suffer the Spirit to conform our wills x to Gods wlll1 ohn5Mil5 V 3 The dlvlcejplan is to feed only OJ hungry Matt 56 V 8 Tho earnestness which dls iTeases eian pledsca Odd l TOCM 11I DECAY OF IMAGINATION Assertion Made That Civilization Is Not Only Killing Poetry Dut Sense of Humor An Italian scientist thinks that cIv- ilization is not only killing poetry but the sense of humor Doth lie ponds upon the s on object suggesting other things to tho mind In ono ease congruous In tho other Incon RnnVw Selenee has mado our minds moro rigid no that wo see only what we see Moro rigid means loss vb talUeil Under new conditions at hand w0 shall get back our vitality shall onci more have some to spare once moro be able to MO tho nakod visible In Us proper robes Imagination Is the seeing of renl relations It Is seeing what we fool ought to be which when sane Is a deeper seeing of what they are Humor U Imagination relaxing herself and playing the carl oaturist While she lives at all she must bo permitted to recreate She thrives on the surplus age of montnl vitality Nordau dwells somewhere on the tendency of artists he colls degener ate to pant everything more or lees violet One would suppose that every color like every sound must bo yielding Its overtones Any one can seethe color as It stands It takes on artist to see feol ImaglnIts overtones and bring thorn down for us Student In tho New Century INFERENCE WAS GOOD Dun Pupil Amazed Teacher by Giv ing Proof of Average fleas oning Power A Baltimore school teacher was oiling one day of how often the In truetor of the young idea to aaton shed by the qtitekiMM ef wIt exhibited by tlte pupil who Is otherwise dee bent One day nays this toaeher she had encountered sueh a degree of line lance and mental obtuioneJi on the rtjf one of her boys that she became disheartened Se It was with onsldorable sarcasm that she said to the youngster- I wonder If you wild tell me whether George Washington was a- soldier or a taller The kid grinned He was alaII- ller all right was his reply How do you know asked the weary teacher Because I teen a picture of him iroeeia Ute Dijlawaro explained the boy Any eallord know enough eel to stand up in a boat HARVARD MANS GRACE amllLnrlty of Petition Shocked Ar izonaStan Gathered for Thanks giving Dinner A story Is told about a young tel- low just out of Hatrani who went- to ono to find out what It was like lie was affeeted In his man nor after the English fashion and around the ntfghtorbood soon became something of a Joke When Thanksgiving AIM all the then without homes dined together and before the feast It was arranged that the Harvard youth should be asked to say grace The boys wanted- to find out what sort of training head received When the gentleman at the head of tho table requested the favor of him ho hesitated a mo mont smiled weakly and lisped Ouh Fatheh with uplifted finger and then Jolly good lunch thanks awfully old chap Toot in IttrendsTwo gtrl met In the street 19 tiOpped to shaVe hands So glad to see foil Grace said- ahp talormnde Alice Was JUit onJ- Tiy way to ask you as my oldest friend to be one of my briaegmaMs- Urtdcimalds How lov lyl I did hot Rrow your were rtgaged replied G 11I1e MU1 sudden very sudden but tieti awfully In tore and Is just too sweet to live 1111 you act Act 1 Of course Ill be harmed But moving forward and speaking In an undertone do come round the corner and tell mt nil about It There amw that idiotic Irrenroslble donkey Jim Bcrton lies grinning as though he meant to stop and I dont care to be seen talking to him Jim Boston lies the man Im going to marry Cause for Celebration Bishop Talbot of central Ponnsyl anla Is fond of relating amusing experiences while a missionary In tho west On ono occasion ho arrived ot- a mountain town and entered tho hotel dining room taking a seat A osIdUnt who had been thinking roll Into conversation with him Im glad youve come Lore said the man for tho boys need somebody to give them advice They drink a heap I- toll you The biShop said I am sorry to hear that my friend but if- you will pardon me It seems as though you arcsc troubled that way yoursolf The raotintalnecr taw tho polntJut rbjofned quickly Well yo see when the bishop comes a feller Just has to celebrate some Foolish English Smart Set An American who has just returned from London expresses surprise rain gled With disgust regarding the talk h3heard among smart people there For abidhito silliness It was far ahead of anything he had erer heard It is considered quite the thing to bbrcvlate words lie heard a grown woman say to n friend Isnt It terry to have nervy on such adiv Y l1ay7 Translatja Sato English alma trayIr Y TOMAkEHOUSEVuVES NEW COURSE IN COOKERY Fan CHICAGO SCHOOLGIRLS Will Learn How to Feed Family of Five on Five Dollars n Week Table nnd Parlor Manners to OB Thrown In Chlcngp Bvery girl In the public tchbol Is to learn how to food n how band and throe children on nVo del lara u week and titlll havo enough food loft over to satisfy her own hunger Thoee who hold themselves toto Im mune front the matrimonial germ are to learn how to keep bachelor quarters an what the sociologists call starva lion wages without the danger of starving In the schoolrooms too the homemakers of tomorrow are to bo taught parlor and table canners how a hostess should act under all circum stances how to go marketing how to discriminate between pure nnd adult trated foods and a thousand and one other useful things which the school trustees believe every uptodate housewife should know Instruction in all of these different brunches of household economies Is provided for In a new course In do mestic science prepared by a commit tee of teachers and approved by the school management committee lueWatitally the course Is calculated to make the man with the small In some look a little better to imatcpllblo femininity Not only are girls to bo taught how to feed a family of five at five dollars per but they are also u be taught the relative nutritive values af Inexpensive foods and the attractive prcptiratlott of Xlioap foods Eaeh pupil the prospectus bays Is to keep an account for the family of the site of the one to whloli the pu pil belongs The first yearu work In tho new course provides fur the study or kltah en arrangement and care the care selection and uw of cooking utensil table sinks refrigerators etc The dl goetlve organs will be submltud to careful study with a view to ascertain ing the effects at the various foals on themThe general atudy of foods doting the first year Is to be divided as Tel lows 1 lunge prtHlweed by soaking 2 nigeltlbniiy- A lleUJlgth neodd of the body 4 NatrlttVfl value of dlfftreftt Toads 8 laexpenelve foods bad their nutritive value G Attractive preparation of foods urtlrtitarly lnexp uilv foods 7 f tbotfs of keeping foods fresh 8 Methods nf preserving foods 9 AdMltaratloM harmlMM harmful In the second year a detailed study Is tn be made of UIMarlM Then Ideal dietaries are tn bot made for the Infant hlld high crhool pnptl adult day la borer sodaniary person and invalid The problem of feeding a family of five IK reserved for the last half of the mares The puplla will not only bo taught how to tUIIII a family of thin site with an Income of flvo dollurn a week but they will be told how to ap portion tho family Income should It be greater than five dollars a week which Is the amount which will be used for the more detailed study The last semcfltor of the course will be given up wholly to the study of house sani tation ISHMAEL OFTHEGUTTER London Coster Declared to He Last Remnant of Worlds Old Race of Wanderers Ixindons outdoor man Is till iOilor according to Outing Ho la tit Uh mael of our gutters A very Jolly Ihmacl It Is true who Is more thin con tent to acknowledge tho line of de marcation between himself and the true cockney Hut nevertheless In a modified twentieth century way he U still the wild man whose hand Is against every mans and every mans against his He Is probably the last remnant of the worlds old raco of wan dcrrs the last suggestion of the primitive man Itft to the cities Ha Is to us town dwellers what the gypsy U to the countryside Ills descent seems to spring from the same roving stock And he U regarded from a sate dliunco with the tame contempt by those who dote t know him Jill habits and his impulses itlll savor strongly of the days when trlbo warred against tribe and every mans arm was for himself and his clan And although hie pitch Is below the curb hit cnravaa a barrow and hls boost of burden A nttMlan pony a donkey or himself ho U an tree and as exclusive aa any other lusty scion of the people who live under the skies Uhmnel he Is and lebmeel he chooses to retnslu And the chances am ten to one that whoever 8AM a fishing for information among the burrow will come bock with nn empty creel or a fine show of fisher mans loins for your cotter knows both how to keep silence and how to use his tongue picturesquely In defense of his Jnilmiity guarded IradlllenR anI j the internal tcanoraltw of his oxtoten Perfectly Normal A visitor at an Insane asylum was shown over uI MtaMtthment by ono of the Inmates who was ao Intelllcvnt that It was almost ImpOMlble ta tx leave hll eoukl be out of hki head Anil what are yap In hers for n y man mke l the visitor Immediately a sun nine took came Into the maps eyes and be lM ktd about him warily Ill tell yes it you keep It dark he said towering hit voice I hue a mania for swearing I write cuss word all around Its great sport Why they have to hire a man jest to fellow me rwirtrt aid nib tn out nnLM coming a little closer Ill tell you n secret Im four IIpoa ahead of him and yourIQQGiOOe M Q00G e- f RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky 11CUTFLOWERS DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS 1- Qj 8 i G 4O+O +O + 0+C +O+O+04010O+O +b OO OO+O +OO+O O+O rf THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON Io Is here and every housowifa wants one or more 1 piecua ofnew 7 IFUItN1 URE CARPET or MATTING +o a Look Through Our Stoolc o o i1twil1 surprise you how Roll and bow reasonably wo can o wants + IF ITS FROM XJS ITS GOOD Now Florence Drop Top Ball 33earing Sewing Machines +i 25 J30 and 535 worth EGO SGO nod ttio 0 VANSo tPhone tlU 4 0+O +O+O+o +o+0+0O+o+o 51+o+OO+o oo+o+o+o +O+O10O p- r= Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies Phaetons Hunabouta Surries Traps Durable Graceful UsefulrOomfortabla Stylish Our Vflll1oNat8nr1one FLAWLESS hwheal body flnfab and trlMBMBfs No Other sort could give the wilisfacttoa our VyglveNoib uythaa HERE No better time to buy Uiaa I NOW PcwsaddWBtO Rook bottdm Qaalltleaiup toTopnbtca 7W re pllnt repair Indrtlr priCiSJ1XJtky CAREtjAGIWp Q 1 1C PHIGGINS Fwju hZkkaeelICs L aw+ w hit IIKwI5 E J Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 IIforMen 300 250 and 200 for T Boys 200 and 175 for Youths V 1 The reputation of W L DoQjln shoes for style comfort and wear It known mywhrn throughout tin world They but to give better satisfaction than other maVet lecaaM the standard bu obeys been placed so high that the wear en tired more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit a iaspectlon Invited HAYESI000000000000000000000000000 0 Vicinityi 0o o 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES C1 o 0000000000000Mrs Dommon had hor cotlngo painted recently and it improve iU apponranco greatly nn ns on hancing tho section of Cooler street in which it in located Tho color n pretty green with darker color for tho trimming sets it off nicoly Mss Nina Lnnwon IB visiting hor flistor Mrs Dodgo Sho has had many intorenling uxporioncon nn a missionary tooohor of the native Mox beaus in Maloo Now Moxloo in re rout yours Sho has n pretty collec tion of arrow hands silver rings anti bracelet work and other things from tho Moxiaan and Navahoo Indians among whom hor work has boon Alisn LnniBon will occupy Dr Tlioinftonfl pulpit at tho Union church nod Sunday morning to toll of hor work Tho great Now York prrncliorn Dr IIHlis Dr Jefferson nUll othors have found her addresses very intorusting Perhaps they will Intjrittt Boroans Dr Thomson expects to kayo early next Monday morning to bo absent flro Sundays For two weeks hop teaches in tho Bible School at Lake Galileo near Notion Wisconsin and I then supplies tho Control Church Qalcaburg 111 for thrco Sundays Prof and Mra Dodgo and Miss Lmrtrtou very pleasantly entertained President nUll Mrs Frost Dr and Mrs Cook anti Miss Brode last Fri day evening nt dinner nud on tho lawnI An error in regard to tho Library erupt into last nooks Citizen It in for two hours every Saturday Iopen instead of Monday Miss Chrismau ways sho is enjoying her work na Librarian Howard Switzer has been visiting in Lexington for two weeks nud re turned homo Saturday accompanied by his aunt Mrs Corn I Early t Robert Moyo of Scaffold Cano wns hero Tuesday on business I My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you t Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten It tightly to your scalp I You can easily do it with Ayers Hair Vigor It Is something more than a simple hair dress lag It Is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The best kind of atettlmonUI Bold for over sixty year I rALKa44J by z Joy 00LootlXi I110 nnnu lJers i SAlSAFAtlLU PILLS cuewr MCTOBAU loooooooooooooi Tho daughter of Mr and Mrs TA Robinson the optician of Richmond is hero visiting Grace Kidd nnd Mv and Mrs E L Ilobinson ado W Shockloy and Mr Biorl wont to Kirksvillo Tuesday evening on important business Wm Shockloy with son anti daugh for arrived from IJookcnstlo county Sunday whom they have boon visiting friends anti rolntlvoa Joo Evans and wifo onmo back fro Hnmiltou Monday whore Mr ICvnn- tins loon working since Commence mont A Mr MoLano who is in charge of n gang of carpenters nt Ford whore considerable building is now being done was in town last Sunday when ho visited Mr P J Pnuloy of Jackson street Mr P J Pauloy expects to go t Kirksvillo next Mouthy whoro 1 has secured temporary employment nt lucrative wages Boron Woman Club will meet nt Mrs Llndsloys Tues July SI Tho roll call is to bo answered with quo tations from Burns A paper from tho Womans Federation of Clubs of Kentucky will bo presented nud otha- features will mako tho evening nn interesting ono Head Tho Grafters It is n fino story and It begins in next weeks CitizenMiss Greco Cornelius tins returned after having spent n few weeks in Illinois All renders of tho Citizen who within roach of Borca ought to guently interested in tho opening of the Savings Department by tho Berea Banking Co You can tell tho duff oronco between tho man who monny drawing interest in tho ban and tho ono who hasnt by tho way they work and even tho way tho walk the road Ono hopes some da to bo much better oil than ho is now tho other wants to got enough to en today and tins no further ambition i Why if you get your boys and girl to opening Savings Accounts you wil fluid they are doing better In school and working bettor nt homo Tho ono thing a person wants t know boforo giving up his earned dollars to n bank Is Is lb bank safe It looks to Tim Cilizo- as their assets of over 100000 i Capital Stock of 25000 and adds tional liability of Stockholders for 25000 was n pretty good guarantee of tho safety of tho now Savings Dank of Boron It would bo a splendid thing for Madison County iovory man woman and child in it should have n lltllo money drawing interest at the bank Road tho advertise mont on the first page and net accord ingly The old reliable blacksmith J E Daulton who has boon away from Boron for ono year has returned au will open up July 20th n firstclots Blacksmith and Carriage Shop on Rawlingsireasonable all work guaranteed a 0000000000000o 0- 1i College Items I e 0- a HERE AND THERE 5 o 0 0000000000000Superintendent Edwards is back in town again ngnlnbighis vacation in Now York Treasurer Osborne is expected back next Wednesday Miss Brooks leaves this week to spend n month in Chdtnuqua N Y Wo have received nn interesting looking book untitled Tho Mountain People of Kentucky just published by Wm 11 Bane who graduated from tho Normal course hero twit Juno We hope to givo n review ol it in next weeks Citizen Prof Dinsmorc returned to Boron last Thursday after wing away for several weeks Mrs Thomson returned last Fri dryTutor Scale loft Monday morning to attend tho County Teachers Insti lute nt Beattyvillo Dr Hubbell returned to Berea Sunday after a few days absence Miss Ada Phillips loft early Wed uesday morning for n months vaca tion Prefl Frost and family loft early Monday morning for tho north and cast Prof Lewis has boon visiting tho joint institute of Knox and Boll counties at Bnrboursvillo nnd the Wayne nnd Pnlaski county institutes Ho reports that Prof Coats who was instructor at Pulaski is doing espec bully fino work of a very practice nature interestingiHo with fourteen other passenger ohHnshttongue stage w- roverturned Happily nothing mo serious than slight bruises resulted to anyone Minnie Wesley of Casey Co is to be in school again next year and brings hor brother Clarence Francis Clark writes from Whites intor08tingIschools in Lotohor Co Ho has found a number who hopo to bo Berea ate dents next toll Albert Hopson writes fromYirginin willmagainsJessie Huff returns in tho fall bringing his brother with him Henry Ingram who is Sunday schools in Perry county writes that ho is enjoying his trot very much anti tins organized n num ber of schools and established some preaching stations StatiooLemuel Parsons of Virginia writes for n catalogue for n friendwho wants to come to Boron Chin Wah n Boron student writes a very interesting letter from Chicago saying that ho is working in a rest nurnnt and looking forward to his re tallrEflio Godby who was hero in lOOt is planning to return this fall Chas W Fulkcrson writes that bo- Is looking forward to tho gymnasium classes ho is to conduct this your in Boron His address Is Genl Dodbcor Hillsdalo Mich harry Miller writes of his Sunda countybeworking with him has been sick but Is now recovered JW Cope nud family of Hamilton Bakekschool hero some years ago is now thoIlopubliaaY Orosvonotr a daughs uoalr ellc t friends in tho east Their m ploasnui sotian1 Dont miss It A good square piano for solo or rent at Chrismnns the furniture m- anCONTINUE Those who nro gaIning flosh and by regular treat montwlthScotts Emulsion treatmentIn willdoproducts 80ati0a nrapleSCOTT c094i wverb 1Manesfoolilldrug4tp 0 00000000800000-o i Eighth Kentucky i- iHistory i0 g T1irllllii + irjr of tint Inrt thin Onl 0 O Innt ItCKlninit took In the Civil Wnr 0 0000000000000CHAPTER VIII Continued At 3 oclock p in tho heavy booming of the cannon ceosol Then wo discovered the immonse columns of tho enemy moving toward us They made n grand BCOUO moving over tho wide undulating field with their numerous bright flags unfurled and fluttering in tho wind their several generals mounted on magnificent chargers surrounded by their staff officers This scone presented to my mind ono of those sublime spectacles of the pomp of war which form tho fright delusive silo of a picture in which horror misery nnd death sadly predominated On they came regi meat in close column by division Our little Isolated brigade that Old Rosy had placed out as a bait to luro on tho enemy into his well arranged trap ordered in their skirmishors but not until tho brave and gallant Captain Bantou and soy oral of his mon hud fallen For a few minutes our lino was as still as tho grave but it was only tho calm that precedes tho storm A small elevation immediately in front con coaled tho mighty host of groy coats front view for a low minutes The gallant old Fiftyfirst Ohio on our right on higher ground opened their crashing sheet of firo first then as the Loads of the advancing enemy reappeared within eighty rods of the Eighth our sturdy mountain boys received tho anxiously desired order fire by file firo A blaze of firo nud smoke ran along down our ranks ovary man taking a doliberato aim Tho effect of this murderous firo boo came visible to all our men which infused them with fresh courage Truo our bravo lads wero falling fast but tho enemy was checked and not n mounted rebel in sight of our lino Company commanders walked along behind their men with encour lowuon our loft wore also doing nobly The groundon top of tho ridgo in our front was in fifteen minutes covered with dead dying and wounded rebels and many of our men woro falling by the torriblo firo of tho enemy who now began to work around to tho tight of the Fiftyfirst Ohio with an overwhelming forco At the same timo another torso of tho enemy were completely flanking tho Thirtyfifth Indiana The enemy was not more than forty stops in our front when wo received tho order to fall back which wo woro compelled to do leaving ninny of our bravo comrades cut down leaden messengers of death theklug rebels whoso bullets came pat tiring the water liko n firstclass hailstorm tho mass of rebels emerged landncome for Rosy to spring his well laid trap On the rocky bluff above us a long mass of cedars which to a ens ual observer appeared a natural growth suddenly became prostrate Simultaneously tho terrific discharge of sixty pieces of artillery well charnel with grapo and canister wont crashing over our heads plowing gaps of death and destruction In tho heavy columns of tho enemy This threw them into disorder Gen oral Jell C Davis division and the greater part of Negloys division theymembers of our brigade full into lino wherever opportunity afforded tho best chance to return tho enemys firo A desperate close range fight ensued Our artillery continued to pour out a deadly firo over our heads and boforo the water sensed to squirt partdo and not dangerously wounded reen fused tho river this timo tho pursuers Tho enemy mado a desperate and confused resistance and at first were forced to gradually full back but soon wero fleeing in n perfect rout They continued this until they had reached tho timber near Littles Companiestfirst to straddle one pieco of tho noted Washington Battery taken hero from tho enemy Among them woro Coo Howard H Harris and Samuel Everman Company E A few bravo rebels wero trying to drag off tho piece having thrown down their arms for that purpose and tho boys succoded in capturing three of thorn also About this timo dark ness put n stop to tho bloody days work Tho spirit of Brnggs army was broken TO BE CONTINUED Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for n mouth or more can get some at R H Chrismans Fur nituro store TO CU11K A COLTS IN ONE DAY Take tAXATlXIt 1JROMO Quinine Tablet Druggists refund money If It fails to cure K W G RO VKS signature ta on each tax 2jc u 1 3 FRANCIS I LYNDE I AUTHOR OF OUR NEW SERIAL THE I GRAFTERS It Begins Next Week grate rrrirrrrtugsrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrp- s s 0C Getting Comfortable oi Is a fine art You cant do it without having just the right sort of Furniture and just the rights i amount We have all the things you wantmake Ia r i t your house into a home x i 1 tiifi LOUIS 0 LESTER Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave oit Phone 93 pF5tit itkkk4A7aitR ikA aak4S 4t7r Qi00000000000000000000000000-o I Special Sale Iion Straw Hats i 0g 0 0 We find that we are 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or Kxfmu Money Order Rtglftlertd Letter or etw and two rent tamps The dIIt after it tMlute on label sbor N what date Gur Mibreriptfon k If It lIItchanged within three f ek alter renewal notify uti- 1oUIDJr number will be gladly supplied If C- ae notified Beautiful picture glen as pftmtama IB all new fubMTiber- aUbetal ttrnu Rlten to any who obtains new m we tending m four yrarly wtocrlpttorrt ran terrine The Cltlc free lor hlHwelf one year AiHertMng fntrson appHcatlen I Material and Spiritual Fortune Many a man goes out In the world gay with the prophecy of his fortune he will fetch homo We have a right to thinly veil the satire with which we wish him well but when he comes back Inter with all his winnings of the spiritual sort which cannot be weighed and measured we have no night to scan him too closely If he Rays he likes It let him be Remember there Is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes Il so and let ihlm make himself rich by thinking If lie will It costs you nothing And some time you may have a dried herring of an asset which your vanity will paint a whale and as you wish for easy dealing then restrain your comments nowSalt Lake Intermoun rtaln Indian Discipline As an evidence of Indian discipline over their children the entertainment they gave here a few days ago showed that reverence for their chiefs could hold even the youngsters In line A number of traveling men on the front teats scattered nickels on the stage and the title fellows who were ranged Jn a line on the back of the stage In front of their mothers scrambled for money But no matter how many coins were thrown while the old chiefs were making their talks not A move was made by the pappooses until the talk was finished then there was n general scramble until the monoy was all collected Pierre Cor respondence St Paul Dispatch Good Excuse Being a thoughtful wife she Is naturally concerned for her husbands health and when she sees him eating heartily of pie she reminds him Now dear you know very well that If you eat so much pie you will have another attack of Indigestion I can not see why you Insist upon eating It when you know It keeps you constantly suffering I would not tat It my angel he anwers helping himself to more were it not that the last time I did so I dreamed of you Realizing that she Is witnessing one of those sublime evidences of true affection of which we sometimes read fIhe smiles happily upon him and Is silent Omalm flee Needed to Be Reminded A celebrated belle whose attrac tions Invited iuch marked attentions from scores of men that the prefix of Mrs seemed a dead letter was re elvlnJwith another fashionable woman While chatting she inadvert ently drew out her handkerchief and observing a knot In the corner of It stopped hesitated and said Ive a knot In the corner of my handkerchief I must slave put It there to remind me of wjiiiethlng Said the L0st0as Probably to remind you that you are married Spare Not the Rod An editor with those oldfashioned notions tent out a reporter to Inter view SIT sneeosflfiil business men and found out that all of them were boys lad been governed strictly and fre quently thrashed He also Interviewed 30 loafers n learn that 27 of them Lad teen mammas darling and the other three had been reared by their grandmothers The moral of this would teem to be that father should cash his kid Into the woodshed at once and thrash him severely Sea to Give Up Lost A t- Wo specially equipped steamers with a crew of divert left Genoa Italy the ether day for the Kgeati rca to fulfill the contract between the government of Greere and the Gonna Society for the llMoviry of VrasMfi in hunt for Grecian statues which sank with a vrtMrl wrnekrd near the Island of CcrlKntto tot years before the present era while on the way to Homo Tho plnro of lhn wreck waR jwenlly discovered by accident by a Creek diver who brought up a statue valued later at GOO Blinded by Mosquito John Bodalr of Wesitport Conn has teen rendered temporarily blind by a mosquito bite He is In the Norwich Ticmpltnl anti after four days of treat ment Iff able to tell day from night The mosquito bit Mr Bddair upon the JId of his right eye Mr Dodair paid no attention to the swelling When be arose In the morning he was stone bUml Getting It RIght Which IB proper asked little RoD art the reddest headed or the red teadedcst It doesnt make any dif Terence If shes old and homely re piled the childs father but If shes young and pretty richest auburn la the way to say It tf 1 1 ALTON ROAD IS FINED JUDGE LANDIS IMPOSES HEAVY PENALTY FOR REBATING PENALIZES TWO OFFICIALS Former President Falthorn and Fred A Wnnn Are Given Flues of 5000 Each for Aiding In Violations ChlcagonJudge Landis Wednesday fined the Chicago Alton railroad 0000 each on two counts making a total of 40000 tho limit for tho flue President Falthorn was fined 5000 on two counts half tho maximum and Fred A Wann was tined JSOOO on each count Tho total of the fines was 60000 Judge Landis declared he saw no extenuating circumstances InI the case Attorney R M Shaw for tho rail asked for a bil of exceptions that the case may be appealed This Ono aH08sedllsomeagainst tho Chicago Uurlidgton Quincy and two officials on a similar chargeLast Friday Judge Landls Informed the defeated attorneys Mr Shaw and John Barton Payne that he would give thorn until Monday to produce videnco tending to show that tho ranting of the rebate by the defend ant to the Schwarzschlld Sulzborg er company was publicly known In Kansas City When court convened Attorney Shaw declared ho had not time enough to produce witnesses but that he had evidence that a aim ilar transaction In two Instances had been approved by United States Judge Phillips In Kansas City while he asa court was administering the Kansas City foil line thenIn the hands of n receiver Ho could not produce wit nesses he said because they fearod making confessions might place them in danger of prosecution The verdict of guilty mado it pos sible for the Judge to fix a maximum fine of 40000 each or 120000 Judge Landis however has taken Into consideration alleged lack of any criminal intent The Judge wished to determine whether the are rangemont of rebating one dollar on each car to the Schwarsschild Sulzberger company was known to all other roads and shippers The prosecution against the Chicago Alton road and its officials was pre cipitated by the Investigation of the packing Industries Tho Indictment followed It was announced that other roads will be prosecuted Goes After Wisconsin Roads Madison Wis Following a report by Railroad Commissioner Thomas Wednesday that the railroads of Wisconsin have been guilty of granting rebates under the guise of commissions Gov Davidson has asked Attorney General Sturdevants opinion and will start prosecutions against all railroads If the attorney general holds that taxes can be collected on the sums thus omitted from gross earnings Tho railroads so far examined are tho Northwestern the St Paul and the Omaha and all are alleged to be guilty WARRANT FOR ROCKEFELLER Oil King Is Charged with Organizing and Maintaining a Monopoly FIndlay 0A warrant for John D Rockefeller which Is now In tho hands of tho sheriff of Hancock coun ty Is accompanied by a copy of the information and affidavit which was filed In tho probatu court here by Prosecutor David and charging Rock JOIIJ D ltOCKLFlLf lilt efoller with violating tho antitrust laws in organizing and maintaining a monopoly of tho oil business The warrant directs the sheriff to take the said John D Rockefeller K found In your county or If ho shall have fled that you pursue him Into any other county In the state and take and safely keep tho said John D Rockefeller so that you have his body before this court to answer the said complaint and be further dealt with according to lav The warrant is signed by Judge flanker of tho probate court of Han cock county Miners Return to Work Columbus O Because of a misunderstanding the miners of the locking valley 10000 men went out Tuesday night on a strike Negotiations Wednesday resulted In the misunderstand Ing being cleared up Farewell Banquet to Consul Antwerp hurch Howe the Amerl tan consul here was given a farewell banquet Wednesday prior to his departure for Montreal where he has been given a higher place In the Amer- Ican consular sent Ice I CAN THEY GET HIMA I RUSSIAN REBELS ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE CZARS ADMIRAL COMMANDER OF THE BLACK SEA FLEET CHUKNIN IS SHOT FROM AMBUSH AND SERIOUSLY WOUNDED Sevastopol An attempt was made by mutlneors Wednesday to aewiMln ate Vice Admiral Contain command er of tho Black sea fleet The admire was wounded and tapes to a hoipltal The wouldbe asoaselii Is a sailor who hid in the bushes and shot at tile admiral as he was walking In the garden of his villa The culprit hat not been apprehended The warships Panteleimon and Three Saints have jollied the garritei of the Datum fortress which hoe fewI In mutiny Tko Three Saints botote the red nag and the mutineers are forcibly detaining two ether war vet Eels which bad refused to Join thorn The Naval Revolt On June 28 1104 the crew of th Pantelolraon then called the Knln Potemkln mutinied at Odeaoa and dt fled the authorities several weeks Meantime the city was kept In con stant terror by threats from the vet Ilel to bombard the town Tbe warI finally did fire on one of the furls bu It soon after surrendered On November 26 the vessel of Its name hadI been changed to Panteleimon airI mutinied and by the cruis or Otchakoff Nothing Mrlous result ed however and later on the warship returned to control by the government Admiral Blamed forSevertty Vice Admiral Chuknin has beer blamed for his severity sad It was U his treatment of the crews of the shipi under hit command that the mutiny on board the battleship Kolas Potem kin In June and July last year ww attributed The admiral displayed I considerable activity In attempting to rapture the mutineers at that time RIVER PACKET IS BURNED cteamer Quincy of Diamond Jo LIne Runs sn Bank Near Trcmpealeau and Turns Turtle La CrosBo WIs Nearly all of tOO pascenge on the steamer Quincy el the Diamond Jo line Wednesday night narrowly escaped death when the big packet struck a bank In the dark neat Trempealeau WIs turned half over and then caught fire It Is believed that tho majority of the passengers wore saved and only one drowning Is definitely known that of an Infant which was washed from its mothers arms A belated train brought GO passes gore who wore on tho boat to this city Accounts given by thorn of the disaster do not Include positive state ments as to drownlngs but It is be- lIeved comparatively few mot death At about 1030 oclock the steamer plying up river struck a bank At the time It Is said the boat carried no searchlight Ono passenger says ho saw a babe wanted overboard from Its mothers arms The boat was sinking thOugh not in deep water Amid a crashing of timbers with the boat on its side the lifeboats were got out and the passengers 200 In number were taken off before lie names gained any considerable head way Candidate MayerSuicide Omaha Neb August H Hennlngs city treasurer for six years and a candidate for nomination on the Re publican ticket for mayor of Omaha at the spring primaries committed suicide at hIs home here Wednes day Smallpox at Colon Colon Several casES of smallpox have developed at Colon but they have been confined to the laboring class The medical staff of the canal zone U Isolating the Infected district and la suppressing this sailors matin at Sebastopel In November last An attempt was made en the lit of the admiral February 9 last A woman appeared at his official reel dance during the afternoon of that dar and sent In her sand saying she wa the daughter of a near adwlral at 81 Petersburg who was an oW acqaaln tance of Chnkaln On entering th admirals office the woman drew a rapidfire pistol and fired four shot at him without effect Aa she tarns to eeeapo the woman was killed bl the orderly on duty at Choknlns door The crime beyond doubt was po lltleal Was Sentenced to Death Whet the sentence Imposed on Ute sailors for Ute Knlai Potemkln rnntlnj were before the admiral for revlv formal notice was served on him that If he approved the death sentences Ite would share the some fate Chnknta however approved the aenttnns and several Intimations afterward reHMeI him to the effeet that the terrorlltll wore nerdy welting for a faOnilale opportunity to kill him Some turf elapsed before the police were able to establish the identity of the woes an whe attempted Admiral Chnknln life but It finally ooeame known the she was a Jewess named Coellli Sbabad More Paupers in America Washington According to a report Issued by the census bureau theta were In tho United States In 181 103178 persons In nlmshouioa ned ol these 111718 were males Although the number of almsbomc paupers Is Increasing the Increase bee not kept pace with the growth of population and consequently tho ratio of almshouse paupers to population Is decreasing In 180 It was ISt pet 100000 of population It decreased U 117 lu 1SOO and to 101 In IBM MUST EARN RIGHT TO LABEL Meat Packers Cannot Secure Government Certificates Until Perfect Conditions Prevai- lCllcagaSocretary James Wltoo Of the departmoat of agriculture oon eluded his work In Chicago Wednea day by Issuing a statement In which ho dented the Chicago meat packer the use of the United States govern mont Inspection label as a guarantee to tho world of tho fitness of their liroduoU as food until they have made perfect the sanitary conditions Iri the buildings where food Is prepared lie then took a train for the west whet ho will continue to look Into the pack Ing Industry This move by tho government le looked upon as a drastic action to force the packers to pursue with Igor the work of renovating their plants Announcement It made in the same declaration that the Inspection under tho new law will begin at once It plants whore sanitary conditions Jus tlfy It and tho government label may be used by the owners of such plants Chicago establishments are mentioned specifically and aro said to be or the way to Improvement Tho sec rotary says ho considers that they will bo ready for Inspection by August 1 but that If they aro not they will not get the Inspection oven then Gasoline Kills Two Arcadia NobMrs William MIs ner and her threeyearold daughter were burned to death by an explosion of gasoline Their clothing Ignited and a boy was unablo to extinguish tbe flames Wisconsin War Veteran Read La Crosse WIs Robert A Scott a civil war captain expostmaster and retired politician died Wednesday aged 67 Mr Scott was the husband of Elsie Gllo Scott the richest woman In Wisconsin TENNESSEE TRAGEDY I A Mats Ride With Sweetheart After Killimr Two Men McPhersons Father With Them and Dressed the Wounds of the Dying Sheriff Shot During Their Running Fight Knoxvlllo Tann After a night ot arlmo and numlor almost unprece dented Dr flock McPherson a well known physician and Miss Kllsabetli VVInstead sweetheart of his son John McPherson 21 are prisoners in the Knox county Jail John McPberson limo IOn Is a fugitive from Justice with patsies of officers and cltliena after him In the mountainous section of Sevler county where many of his relatives live He Is armed with Ills tots and will not be taken alive Grant Smith a raerclwmt Is deed snd Deputy Sheriff Wm Walker la mortally wounded whllo Dr Joseph Waddell In badly Injured Smith was murdered at the home of his wife Nettie Hall Smith In the eastern part ot the city McPherson and his IOn called at the house but Mrs Smith asked them to leave MePhmon struck her over the heed with him iitotol and the weapon was discharged The noise awakened Smith and he nmhod to the door to aid his wife in ejecting the In truders lloth turned on him end the ithyalcMH It Is saM Inflicted a mortal wound with Ills knife while his son also seeds a fatal wound with his pima tot Smith living but a few moments Father and teen lied In a buggy go lag by the lame of Miss Wlnstoad the pretty 19ycaroM sweetheart of the ton She Joined them In Ute baggy tad the trio drove south of Ute city 1wb miles from the city they ran Into tile baggy of Dr Joseph Wadded who WM making a night call A quarrel ensued and John McPherson knocked Waddell from his boggy and badly beet him the taller Anally separating the men The girl was sereomlnx from fear and excitement raoanwbNo gala they started on their routs their Intention being tn escape the Idea lneaTylnK the gill being to keep down suspicion of the officers who were after them from tats oily Dr WaMell Ot In his baRK anti drove to he home of Deputy Sheriff William Walker near by sad Informed him of the assault made on him lloth ban lied after the trio and overtook thorn a Mite nr two further on The officer ordered the men to throw up their heads and John McPhoroon answered striking hint In the showldor and pass MK out through UM sptaaal column paralyzing him and InflletMa a mortal wound Dr McPherson dressed Walkers wounds and ifceti the trio hurried on toward tbe Sevter county lino after crossing which young MePhersoa left the baggy tolling his father and sweetheart goodbye and going Into the mowilalns The doctor and the girl returned to this city Policemen arrested the girl at the hones of her sister and she was committed to jolt charged with aMtnc aRIl abetting the murdororv Dr Me Pherson mnenderei to the onVsrs LIGHTNINGS FEARFUL WORK One Boy Killed and Many Persons In jured In Chicago Chicago Ono boy waa instantly killed two others and two men serV ously injured and several more slightly Injured by a bolt of lightning which struck Oak street and the Ink Shore thrive In the ellmax of a tenla storm Invading Chicago The tale lightning bolt after striking the group of test and boys leaped to Ute wires of tIe Chicago Telephone Co aero tko street ran Itslf A toile to the North Telephone Hxohango ami grounded In tho residence of Archbishop Quigley setting fire to the boss d maglnR tho building and contents to tho extent of 10010 In the river Uio masts of a doses rocseto were struck and broken Into splinters but nono of the oooHpanU were Injured CABRERAS FORCES DEFEATED By Salvadorean Troops Lots Esti mated at 2000 San Salvador Reports having arrived here of continual fighting be twoen the troops of President Cabrora of Guatemala and those ot Salvador near the frontier with a victory thus tar for tho Salvadorean forces In ono battle at Platanar tho Gueatomalnns suffered a loss of 200 mon In killed wounded and prisoners Part of tho Guatemalan troops that Invaded lion duras territory by way of Santa Fo wero repulsed by the Honduran army tad now Honduras Is making common cause with Salvador President Don Ilia of Honduras has issued a publla statement In which ho says Honduras has not declared war against Guatemala but Guatemala has Invaded our territory without previous declara tion His First and Last Council Bluffs laOlo Jensen n butcher 22 mado a balloon ascension tad parachute leap at Lake Mnnawa tic came down In tho lake and was frowned before help could reach him Ills body was recovered It was his drat experience In ballooning Killed His Neighbor St Louis As a sequel to n quarrel between two famllcs over tile right of mo to slam a door Charles Hlno hot and killed Frank Eckert Hlnzo declares that to shot In BelfdefenI Tier Eckert had attacArd him HEAVY LOSSltlY ClOUDEUSf I MANY HOJilES FLOODED m AItIWELLSVILLB OtDamage of Thousands of Dollar Tat Reported Hurried Action Noset sexy to Save CityIWcJIrMlle OA cloudburst Ira the country just fatal of this city sent a torrent of water down 11a Queens crook and Trotters run that caused a loss of thousands of dollars to property owners and oily property Over 300 homos and business IHJUKMI wore flooded and foundations weak ened BO that people would not romnla In the houses Sunday night The storm water sewers could not carry off the Hood In the lowlandd and water backed over that part of the oily ta atdepth of over three feot In sonic IC lions filling collars nail flat floors Mayor W I Fogo called a special t meeting of the city council to provide i for funds for tho cleaning of tile oily Ho took the situation In his own hands put oval 100 men at work take ing tons of debris from the mouth et I the several storm sewers and by lira hasty action many horses wore saved front further IoNIIt wu Impossible for people to leave thorn lame so quickly dM tho water rise Into tile lowlands Wagflnt awl small frame ImltdlMpi ware washed into Ute city proper ruM the country districts la lliwkaye the wa ter came down the hllloMo IN seek vet UUM that It rushed Us way throwgh the secondatory window of a homo The family had to flee In Bast hater pool the damage was not so heavy Itlnlftg itstick lhe aiNlrsdist leple + repel church but the rfanto was sHght There wore several lilies on Ute Cleveland Itttsfmrg railroad between here and StHbenrflle and mast 11111111 telegraph wires WlfO blown stow- sCONGRESSMAN ADAMS DEAD Wlsosnsln Representative Pals Away at Ohlsago ns nat-r Overwork I CWcaao Uta strength etJUMlax by days and sights ef work In behalf of the poeklinitiowM laafoe ton bill OoHgrooamsa henry CoMwi Misses erf Wtoconata rued MiwornlNg at Ute AvdUorlnm had bees in poor health for asses tines and his relatives who eases to Obi cap a short tiMe b Xore bis doaiki dwlar that his flow attention to duty la congress la directly rattposialble for his death He collapsed aUaMot Iw mediately after ada rnm Bt The bvrtal will be at Madison WH wbore the rOBRreateMH rMWed- Oongreaaiiian Misses WM M yeses ski med WM born In OiieMa N Y lie Will takes to Madlss while he WUIa baby He attended dbXrlct aehool AIMoa academy and the UmlTwaRy or Wlsvonata He married U 1ITS Miss Anna B Norton or Madison Toes lie engaged In tarmluc amid bent ap n profitable dairy ASM fruit boalneos Mr Adams was a member of tho statfe aawmbly U IMS nut 1IM and engaged la the winter of lilt IMS sail Its In farmers IneUtnte work m nroatdoHt of Ute Stale Dairymens nsonriathm Two years ho was seers tary of the State HertleoJtMral So doty sad tout a member of the slain board of agriculture Mr Adams wan slat sHponiUsHleait of public property from 1SS8 to UM dairy food com mlaslooer 1194 to INS and member of congress Second district of Wts eenttn since 108- Congroswaaii Adams was a Repvb- liens and In ItOO WM chairman of the stale ewrenUon ef his party PWP children ass JlylnalSef1J11nt1 Callas Adams 1nmlc T Adams Mablo Adams heel Oarrlo Adams It was due largely to the efforts at Congressman Adams during the Ing days of Ute lIlt iwiliin of dosigroes that a eotnprBmlte to President Roosevelt and In the main satisfactory to tho conservative members ef the house was reached an the packlnghouie Inspcetloa meas t sea Five Die In Trolley Wreck Donate N YA train of two trod toy cars westbound from loek port on the lines of the international Railway eonhpatty mud due at Tona i wanda at 018 oolook Wodneoday night ran Into an open switch at a tiding Just east of Murtlrwrllle leashed Into a trolley freight aUlttand a train of seven freight oars were lying on the siding welting for the passenger train to go by Flvo passengers wore kilted outright and n score Injured some of whom may die Thaw Opposes Insanity Plea Now York Harry K Thaw Tues lay In the Tombs gave out his first Formal statement since ho shot and j killed Stanford White oa tho Madison Square roof garden In It tho oungIiman utters n protest against being re Carded as insane and declares his counsel assure him that no such F eourso as tho appointment of a com mission to Inquire Into his mental condition is contemplated Bandit Suspect Proves Alibi Fresno CalA dispatch lies been received hero stating that the man Sweet who had been arrested charged IVoscmlteleadrhcn lie had been in continuous military service for 40 years He en listed at Chicago when the call for troops was tuaao In l G1At r IJ C i 1 GOOD DROPPINGS BOARD onvinient and Cleanly Device Which Will Provo Valuable for Chleken lIouleITn lighting lice dropping board and roost shown In the drawing came in Lundy writes nn Illinois oarrospondont of tin Farmer Hrvifw The droppings Icard Is shuply a platform of any KUO large rrurh to accommodate ETVtK Or II in II ANT DROItMMOl 1 MU ttto fowls II ix Mipmde from the roof ly four wirrw and hinge about b iwi fort alMtr the ground Then I la 2x4lnah Iitt upon It that are Jjvr tong eUijh to roach acroos The riuKtu anr ui I on chow TIN plat form or drejipinK beard should hang cut about Iix InlhrU from the wall iiQi rat be hOW In plate by hooka attached to thu wall The roost and 2x4 piecon aro held OH but not saidThU makes oieaHtag easy for they eau IM MmpJiy llfled off awl tM drop ptnya senpetf on tulo a banket with a 11Qt AtWrmnta the roost tad Ixls era iepluco4 WBOH they can be treat edl with Ittroaewe which will kill the Ikjo THE PRODUCTION OF HONEY tome Pot t Ileferenee to tfco Dual u M a jJte Keeping U the United Statea Ifnay la prodneo4 upon a large run hr of farms throughout the Vnird States In oomMemblo quan tide fe r iMtM cottMmpflosj etmetn lag winch accurate Ole are aot available Proalwwrs of honey ex ciutiviiy are MMQMSBOD except In CfcWirala UttMwh many farms la VliUi TrIM aid Ariion are devoted iw rrkeglag std trait growing at lrtatpal Industries MOM of the beet c f UH InKed hates are kept on trait JUKI dairy fanoa aa a weeWhite titer la a woUaosUlned narkct for tke product moot of It never raaoM the general market but fe consumed In Ute toeaMty when pro dated Honey la not anbjoot to the amt price tactnathMM aa portebabto jtruiliM but generally woes with a tatty tale That hipped tf ea the Jur WHI U aenemlly ostraoMtf honey wlitii pro4ncatm In tke oaMem aad ccfriti aiaten sell serif to the romp The onepound frame la the Mf rm wankate a oaca ItoUlac IS tu f tkeeo Tlc Orange Judd Fanner U cow thlcity for the autentejii that the jlrl iictlon of limey In the UnMed tratri U In excow of avnanmnllon and xometktag oar ICaMMO worth II- CIIJrtlod AMwaUy The total experta tr the flaenl year on41ng June M 191 wore IWI17 ta Is sheet Si noo The yield for IMS WM well tip to aa averse for Ute entire eotIB by nti mgh It was only ao4 rato la lb riTitral weelem states std In any iKmta of the nest POULTRYPOX Water ht ni Important u tool And + jinuM bo kept olewu and freak Fumlfth as greet a variety of 1M as piMalbt and feed as un oh as U amen up elaan Call nil applied to the root In small CnanUUee will kill parasites Ixt nut liatch bantams fccforo Sep tember If you woakl lave UIOBI dl nirjUv and beautiful Aa a rule In buying creenlngs 7fI- UrV too muck for naeleea illet Swelled rya with mnntoK at the costrila eat coup No mount of ventilation will over ctire the evil of attainlas filth In the jirnc Prmltry la orchards dcaroy IniooU i an i keep trMN In a good condition t ravel akiwjld always bo nuppMoU to fowls that are fattened In conflno intiit Th ro Is more profit In marketing fiwh early then at any other time prices am riot only bettor but thorn j if tea saving of feud woaknasB In young bird cornea high feeding and forced growth 1legwool and oyster shells will aid such wcaknese Is a purlllor and ehoulil ho hood often us a wash to coops yerolioe and nest boxes Sprinkle tho 2 l uio4 most frequented by them with AirttlaoKcd limn v De euro thnt the Pound floor In 1bo poullry house Is enough higher han the surrounding ground to keep it perfectly dry Weakness Is not an uncommon fLeg larger heavier mile moro frequently whore are being forced for market Tho fact that It rarely occurs among fowls that are forced to earn a portion of I their fpod by traveling around and searching for It and BO doing obtain n variety Including animal food would stem to Indicate aa a remedy teedIliens making matfrlal TIME TO USE THE HATCHET Necessity of Culllnt Out the Old and Unprofitable Members of Flock It Is about the time of tho year whon the hatchet should be doing MiatncM In tho poultry yard A greet many hens should now be going to market Sooner or later they must go to market or bo burled under the sod and btttor sooner before tholr owner line toil on their keep all the profit they made him In the lint two years of their age The young stock Is toOling on now and thoy will need the room and tfao care that the old hens are taking There can bo no question now that tht value of the hen docrtoson with ago That has been pretty thoroughly settled by experiments made at tho Utah station by James Dryden One paragraph of his reports reads as follow Our experiments In previous years on tho roost profitable age of the hen showed average pen results aa follows for Leghorn hens First year average per hen 101 eggs second year ltd egga These were pen av eragte It was found by keeping trap neat records of Individual hens that In a few ewes Individual hens laid more eggs the second year than the first This was no doubt due to the conditions for good ocgyUKl Meting better the second titan the first year To quote again from the report Averaging the reeulta of all Individual hens for which we hue two years records we have the following Thirteen drown Leghorns laid an average of In egga the first year per hen and 117 the second four White Leghorn averaged 18S tile first year and H the second five Barred Plymouth Rooks avenged 14 egg tIe trot year and 110 tile second six teen White Wyandottea averaged 170 the first year and 111 the second three White Plymouth flocks averaged 181 the first year and 1W the second There were 41 Mss of tho differ ant breeds for which records are com plots fer two years and wo find that they averaged 17 liP per fowl the- Srst year sad 111 the second or 40 per cent wore tbe first year than Ute attend I It Is explained that this to not n breed test sad no conclusion shotl9- beI drawn from this records M regards laying merits ef the dlKeront breeds ThIN records covered the laying year Till following paragraph of the report Is of Interest as show punIIs poaalMe that the poorer layer by lay lag more eggs In winter to tile more profltabte but the experiments did not bear out this contention The 41 Individual hens wboeorcc or to are given told 91G eggs as pal lets before February 1 and aa year oW hen they laid only 437 to the sauce data Thus would slow that the pellets Ret only lay mere egga during the lad year than the hens but they lay a tamer prepenten at them In Muter than the bens Theee record comments the Ohio iPnrmer show a reimrinMe falling e4T In the neeond years laying Other tat rate shewed that tile falling etr In tile third and fourth years WM even greater than In tbe second year TIre resell on the whole showed that tbero may Ve n profit in keeping hens two yean but after that there wi almost a certain lees 1n keeping theta It to no uso In farmers saying thero 1s no money In heal so long as they do east know haw to ale the hatchet propeely In the poultry ysrd AN IRON HIVECARRIER UsaeTffntle CcatrlVanpo Which T71I1 J7aaUltte the handling of the Hires 1 wtt thew you hew to make a hlvcKaurler with which got ran carry them up and down stairs as well as you can a satchel write aa enthusi astic aerretpondexit of Gleanings la IRON CAnJtYlNO PRAURs lice Culture The Illustration shows tljo Idea I see a place of xi steel tiro fur the buokbono as I call It and a loaf of a buajgyipring for tho Runt part Tho spring has to bo drawn out thin oxcopt about a foot In tho coaler whero tho backbone Is welded on You can carry n hive In both hands If It Is not too heavy ro put It on a hive you tako bold of the front part spread It open and slip It forward until the back end books on then tho more you lift the moro It holds on It wants to bo made so that It touches tho outsides and end al out three Inches Make one and try It and if you llko It let other boo koopers eeo how much cosier It Is to use this than It Is to carry them In tho arms Moulting Moulting Is a severe drain on the system whllo U lasts but after the old feathers aro replaced by the new and the birds safely through the process tho stimulus of change makes them healthier and oven makes them lay with Increased vigor after being fully recuperated for old feathers contain matter favorable to the Increase of lice end porftsllri AI twcll allo thatOt skin diseases S HENDERSbNSVACT IjWife of Senator Dumps Contents of Wine Cellar in the Gutter at Washington If that king who ant In Dunformllno town drinking tho bludored wino were living at present In our own cap- Ital he would probauly have been con verted by ors John D Henderson wife of former Senator Henderson to total abstinence from anything mote alcoholic than unfermented grape juice The newspapers glvo praise to Mrs Henderson for the conversion to water and vegetables of that other potentate Wu TlnKFang formerly minister from China In their warm xoal for the cue which fights nice holism as physiologically If not otherwise n menace to the race Mr and Mrs Hondoreon with tho assistance of the temperance Kociety known an the Herhabltes spilled Into the butter the contents of their winecollar at WaHh Ington Great numbers of bottles fillet with highpriced liquors wero broken and tholr contents formed u rivulet from the greensward to tho gut ter Tho newsiMtpere gave circumstan till I reports of this and many made varying comment Says the New York Sun What is the service to tortporanea of such an apimrent waste of good ntntt Mr Henderson doesnt approve aka use of alcohol for medlonl pur poaea So he couldnt conscientiously send his Itoek io a hospital nut In the natural course of time that Block would have been sold at auction or otherwise Somebody would have boHgbt Since there Is new so much leas liquor Mr Henderson has really cumulated UemanJ for liquor to the exact oxtbniof the goods lie line destroyed Nothing would better please the winegrowera wine merchants and dtotlltors and rumaelleni generally than to have all owners of private cold toctlona damp them Into the gutter Admittedly observes the Now York livening Poet one might appropriately smash a single bottle aa r symbol of personal emancipation But the wholwealo destruction in the opinion of Ike fast harks hack to very primi tive days and It adds Why sot In nil can transfer the caatigatlon deserved by human wesk- uaa sad folly to the counters with which their game is played If any ovorteakMM expoaer of pt bljc Iniquity foete that he baa gon too far let him scratch out of all lexicons that may come under lilt hand the words treason malfeasance graft corrupt heinous shamelesn onllotMed and the rest Or If Mr John D Hockefeller would show that ho 11M put away the sari sacra fame why let him rend and burn a million dollars In treasury DMte on the curbstone before the fllnadnrd Oil company offtccii Ho coah afford It while the moat hard sued muckraker could not gainsay such ovular ovidoooa of a change of heart The conversion of Mr Wu was wholly due to Mm Henderson and the In flttence of the book ahe sent him Mr Wu writes to a friend In Vblladalphla After reading her book carefully and also other loots on similar sub jects by doctors and experts I have COlD to the conclusion that the way we are living fa all wrong U8o It will Interest you to know that 1 am tow living on a simple diet of nuts vogotaMea fruits with no flesh or strong drinks champagne Included which M you know I was vary fund of at one tine 1 am very much pleased to bo able to say that slncn the adoption of this new dl4ry I feet much stronger nnd healthier in every respect than before So It In my Intention vhsnever op partHnlty occurs to preach the die trine In fart I have done so to tho empress dowager No one thinks the Providence Jour nalMean now argue that the efforts put forth by Mrs Henderson in behalf of practloul umperanco reform have filled to accomplish great good and the New York Sun already quota remarksMr lingFangs conversion to water and vegetables points the way to a now Hold of omloavor for tho whlto ribbon wearers Lot them go after all the big afterdinner speakers juU as the reaction after the New York and Washington soewm Is over nail at least nine out of ten of tho postpran dial statesmen will bo In a mood to sign the pledge wenrlly but gladly And the now temperance work will have many ramifications for what the big foilowH do the lesser statesmen will have to copy and so on down to electiondistrict captains and the reform may outlast the summor Junket picInlethan a Chinamans forswearing tea 1I But whatever criticism the papers may pass upon Mrs Ilendenon and her fearless stand against one of the greatest curies which the human race Hurters certain Ills that tne great ma jority of people will commend her Maythere be other social leaders with courage enough to stand wlthher cad I to do as she line doneII Favorite Drug of Saloons Hydrate of chloral has been recog I ntzod as triO vary common drug used In saloons for the purpose of render lug the drinkers unconscious Differ 1 eat forma of opium are also used but they mo not so easily concealed as thet former nnd sometimes are followed by tno death of the person i THE MODERN NAZARETHI Boyhood Home of TJptoDate and Cosmopo- lItan City Nazareth where Jesus spent his boyhood calls to mind a plcturo of a hazy halfmythical village of tho far east Tho Palestine of today Is a network of railroads and telegraph wires Modern hotels with olovators and bell boys now occupy sacred places of history Cafes stand where once the hosts of ISrncl fought contending with chariots and horsemen The awkward camolback Is transplanted by the compartment car Ono would look In vain for the hospitable villager standing at the door of his humble flat roofed homo Tall slanting roofed buildings predominate with fresh rod tllos imported from France In a prominent place on the brow of a bill stands tho English orphan age which provides forJtho education of the orphans of Patosuno English and Arabic are taught boro as woll as housekeeping and needlework A Holograph station with an Ar menian operator In cltliens dross keeps Nazareth In touch with tho world Here whon occasion demands messages can click tholr way across to America TAKING NO CHANCES Man Sought Safety from Lightning- by Assuming Position a la Alligator The police at No 4 station aro anx bully trying to solve tills query Why does lightning never strike an alltfjMlorr During the storm the other after poUeemaawho Isat present engaged In Janitor work was cleaning the walls when tho lightning struck the gong of the patrol wagon That was enough for Lacey who did not stand upon Ue ceremony of his going but went The attaches of the station searched for him for about two hours appro hensive that the lightning had got him but ultimately Inspector R S Cray found him lying flat on his stomach till a pile of sawdust In the sellar On being asked what he was doing thore Laeoy put this query to the inspector Pld you ever hear of an alligator being struck by lightning No why M lt Is for that reason I am on my itoinacb Plttsburg PrcM HIS POWERFUL PLEA How Kentucky Colonel Prayed for Divine Aid in the Hour of Extreme Peril ofbnel Throckmorton a distin guished Kentuckian was once a pas soBgor on a wooden sailing vessel on the high sons when a frightful storm burst and the vernal became water logged Tho passengers were crying and appealing to heaven for aid Col onol Throckmorton edged over to the side of the captain and said Tell mo is there really any danger You see what the rest of the pas sengors aro doing replied tho cap thin they aro making their peace with God If you over do any pray ing colonol you might do BO with perfect propriety at this Juncture The voeeel cant live flvo minutes The colonel straightened himself lifted his hat looked up to the scowl ing sky with a reverent mien and exclaimed Almighty God If you ever Intend to do Colonel Throck morton of Kentucky a favor now Is your Umo to do IU The Southern California Liar When ono wants to express an opinion as to an untruth ho will often say tho party spoken of Is a prevaricator then again ho might say stretching the truth but In tho In stanco of tho Los Angeles production and circulated at the Vegas Is an unadulterated pusillanimous liar It Is a liar doubly distilled tho essence bolng of such proof and superiority along that lino that tho per coot Is undlstlngulshablo A polished liar sometimes gains the confidence of Its readers but one so brazqnly untruth ful as Is the dodger spoken of It not only brings down on It tho ridicule but the contempt as well of every fairminded person In tho country Callcuto Nov Express Easy for Fishermen Staff olllcers at Eelueoa bay rays a South African newspaper had ono of tho most remarkable fishing catches on record In the Umbeluzl They Vent up In a launch and were lying at an chor in the dark one evening with a lantern burning Attracted by the light a number of fish leaped Into tho boil and these were followed In ofifish members of a large shoal continued leaping Into the boat thick and fast end when a count was possible U war found that nearly 400 of them were in the boat They ran to about a foot In length and made good eat Ing Changed Conditions From Philadelphia are you said the traveling acquaintance I Know a man In your town named Dlggs hes an officeholder Oh yes Bill Biggs replied the Philadelphian hes given up the ofr flee he hold You dont nayT Why he told me his Job Wall a little sinecure VYes but after the recent election it became a little Insecure 5J11855 19067 BreaTCoIkge FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO= PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all- Over iI 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states J Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS I t A spcciarteacher for each grade and for each main subject Soimany classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfIiwhere he can make most rapid progress t Which Department Will You Enter f I THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures t library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arith t metic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manage ment etc Free text books s TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fracxtions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management PrintIing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years for those who largely finished common branches The most practical and ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life haveiChoice of Studios is offered in this course so that a man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young la Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small I extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses 1 with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college 1 i 1odsJ year one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary lor- a true teacher and Cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees t Expenses Regulations Opening DaysiBeren College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School + expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year Ijmore than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as stud nts must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are i necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no i rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging truly enough r roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and SI5o in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Dtpoiit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fir to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothinRlor tuition or services of teachersallour instruction is a free Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be re turned at end of term 3000 Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows Inci 4 dental Fee no refunding and roomrent for tern board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 I35th day 675 7 3th day 540 LOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students i come from the best families and are earnest to do wall and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Exicept in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn its as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to I the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn I from 50 cents to one dollar a week j ItThe best time to come to Bcrca and the most favtx y10 time to stndy is in the fall 53fIt is important to come the first day September 12 and stay till the end December 19 ftoTFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY + n I J Madison County KbHer Mills t 1I I 4dellI Manufacturer Fancy RoIUSf Flout I i Cora Meal1 Ship Stuffs Crashed Corep Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be herd to begttl tPRjDlt OF MADISoN is another Excellent to iCg M 3HMfcM MB a- F r JHPottsWhltn suUMKy jai JIIft 4 1Siiwiwii J 1t ti a ar ITHE HOSE I After this we hope to givo in this column every week some informs tion or advice for those who are trying to make our mountain homes the happiest places on earth Wo want the help of our readers to make it as interesting and helpful as possible This week among the items on tin last page is news of some people being bitten by a mad dog Such n thing might happen any day in our warm climate Cut out the following article reprinted from the uPendletonian and put it away so you will know what to do if danger comes your way Judge Robert J Brcckinridge of Danvillo has furnished the following remedy which ho says is an infallible cure for hydrophobia It is par ticularly interesting now on account of the largo number of victims oC rabies over the country The method of treatment is time between the biting of an animal by a mad dog and the 1Tho of hydrophobia is not less than nine days but it may bo After the animal has become rabid a scratch of a tooth up contact with sore or raw place willon a person or slobber coming in n produce hydrophobia just the same as if bitten by a mad dog Hydrophobia can be prevented and I will give what is well known to be an infallible remedy for man and beast if properly administered A dose for n horse or cow should be four times as much as for n person It is not too late to give the medicine tiny time before the spasms come on Tho doeo for a person is one and onehalf ounces elecampane root bruised put in n pint of now milk reduced to onehalf by boiling take lint once in the morning fasting until the afternoon or at least a very small diet untilseveral hours are past The second dose same as first except take two ounces of the root Third same as second Three doses are all that are needed and there need be no fear as I know from my own experience and know of a number of canoe where it was entirely successful This is no guess work The per sons alluded to have been bitten by their own dogs which were then tied to see if they were really mad They proved to be mad and the remedy was successful A physician told me ho had known of the use of tho remedy over thirty years and never knew it to fail when properly administered He related a case where a number of cows were bitten and penned half in one pen and half in another To half the was and they were saved The other half died from the dread hydrophobiaPondletonian ITHE SCHOOL I Dr A F Nightingale for years superintendent of the Chicago High Schools writes in the Journal of Education for June 28th I am closing my 40th year in educational work and I have never re i sorted to corporal punishment either with my own children or tho child of another and I never saw any spirit of insubordination which I believe could not bettor be checked and cured by human rather than inhuman methods The principal use and perhaps we shall soon say the only use of cor poral punishment is to deal with the brutal instincts in boys and men Bullies thugs and wifebeaters might well be improved by doses of their own medicine but for dull or careless pupils in school there are far better means of improvement and the up to will find them After this we shall give Prof Lewiss articles on practical arithmetic in this column and hope to have some letters and articles on educational subjects furnished by Tutor Sealo M Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools By PROF CHARLES D LEWIS COMMON FRACTIONS Fractional ideas and relations should be developed from the beginning The child should very early learn of the unit fraction 33 00 etc and the fractional unit 13 10 etc Teach by means of common experiences Cut an apple into four parts and you have 44 remove one part and you have 4414 =34 remove another and you have 14 + 14 = 2412I- na more advanced work the following forms should be taught with great care if you would avoid confusion and looseness of thought Reduction I How many 44ths are there in 841 1 44 =4444 Both are unit fractionsIi2 14 =14 of 4444 =1144 3 34 = 3 X 1144 =3344 34 =3344 Or 1 S4 X 1111 =3344 since the factor 1111 ist unity and using it does not change the value of the frac tion 34 but merely changes its form II Change 0to its lowest form 7 11402x2X2X2X3X5 2U- f This operation is simple being first the factoring of the two terms of the fraction and second omitting all common factors III Change 23 and 35 to forms having a com mon denominator By much drill lead the chile to see that a fraction can only be changed to a form having a denominator which is a multiple of its denominator Then if each of two or more fractions are to have the same denominator it must be a common multiple of the denominators After the required L C M is determined by in spection or by factoring proceed as in the shorter form given above Addition and subtraction of fractions involve no points of difficulty not met in reduction Use problems with small denominators and combine integers and fractions separately in mixed numbers rather than change to improper fractions ITHE FARM I In Louisville last month Prof Hooper of the State College gave some very important advice to farmers some of which we want to print hero The question the farmer has to answer is not only How can I get the most money out of my farm this year but How can I run my farm BO as to get the greatest value from it every year and make it more fertile instead of less r It was shown that by selling from the farm 100 bushels of corn the farmer removes from his land 1818 worth of nitrogen phosphorous and potassium while if this corn were fed to fattening steers and the resulting manure to the land less than 350 worth of those elements would be removed from the farm when tho steers were sold while if this com wore fed to the dairy cow and the resulting butter sold less than eighteen cents worth of fertility would leave the soil Mr Hooper in his address on sheep breeding urged upon the farm ers the advantages to be derived from sheep breeding outside of tho largo profits secured The consumption of mutton is increasing while tho num her of sheep raised is according to reliable statistics on the decrease Kentucky possesses unusual advantages over Illinois and Iowa two of the greatest sheep raising states in that the land is more rolling insuring less trouble from stomach worms Any of the Down breeds will give good satisfaction in Kentucky- In discussing the subject of stock raising Prof Hooper showed that scientific feeding is really nothing more than common sense feeding after all A balanced ration is simply one supplying all the nutrients needed by the animals system Each animalthe sheep the horse the calf cow and hoghave requirements peculiar to themselves and the only manner in which best results can be secured from live stock is to closely study their needs and feed accordingly EnjoyYour I Walk Have a glass of Sparkling Phosphate afterwards It will quench your thirst You will always find our drinks ice cold not warm and sloppy Fresh fruit flavors c The Porter Drug Co INOOKFOUTCD G G 0 e- I YoungManCreate I Ian Estate by insuring yourI I Life with the Oldest Company in the U S ==The New England Mutual I Life Insurance Company of Boston e I H C Woolf Agente e News from the Jug Sandy Dr rrof Ultinraorc A word from the Big Sandy coun try may not be uninteresting to tho readers of tho Citizen On 4th I attended the great debate at the Clyffesido Chalauqua a beau tiful spot between Ashland and Cat lettsburg Tho debaters were two noted CongressmenChas IL Gros venor of Ohio and Champ Clark of MissouriTheir subject was Republicanism vs Democracy Clark upholding the latter and speaking first Ills four teen years in Congress his gigantic proportions his ready wit and rug god eloquence all go to make him a formidable opponent Tho princi pIes of Democracy were set forth in masterly style for the space of an hour Then came Mr Grosvenors turn A stream of argument intermingled ilIustm1tionswithout interruption save as tho audience laughed or applauded Mr Clark had a closing speech of fifteen minutes and well did ho use it Tho telling blows of his oppon ent had thoroughly aroused him and the largo audience was treated to us brilliant a display of pyrotechnic eloquence as one would be likely to hear in a life time The general verdict was that the men were well matched that each was thoroughly master of his subject andunexcelled in forensic eloquence It was well worth a long trip to hear On July 5th I started for Inez county seat of Martin county where I arrived at noon making tho last ten miles by hack Received a cordial welcome from Boren students and their friends It was arranged that I should speak in the Presby 1IU Objection Why asked tho girl who took an interest in political affairs do you object to be elected by tho direct votes of tho people f I dont replied the Senator the trouble is that tho foolish people would probably object to electing me by their direct votes if they had the chance Chicago Record Herald Physicians assert that baked pole toes are more nutritious than those cooked in any other way and that fried ones are the most difficult to digestEverything has two handlesone- by which it may bo borne another by which it cannot Epictotus YP 4 teriftn Church that night and the next Announcement was made by Judge Kirk who WWI holding Cir cuit Court and fine audiences wore gathered Inez is but a little town yet it has several marked features First an excellent built school building and church Second as fine a lot of young people as can be found any whore north or south And third the town seems to bo free from liq uor and profanity Much of this is due to the efforts of Roy Andre anti his wife who for the past five years have boon laboring in the cats a ol righteousness and aro greatly beloved by the people My next stopping place was Paints villo Johnson county Hero I met many old friends and former students A spirit of improvement marks the town and county The now railway up tho Sandy Valley is tho key to the vast treasures of tho mountains and enterprises are starting all along linoMonday and Tuesday July 8th and Oth I attended the County Teachers Institute at Pro tonshurg in Floyd county More than 100 teachers wore in attendance They seemed to be an earnest progressive uptodate body and listenedwith much attention to tho addresses that were given Circuit Judge Dudley Gardner of Salyersville who was holding court at Prestonsburg kindly invited me to give a short educational address which was well received Everywhere there is an increasing desire for education and an ambition on the part of the young people to have a hand in the work of the world Tho schools will be filled and Borea will have her share Itlee as M Soporific If people would eat plenty of rice they would not need drugs to make them sleep said a New York drug clerk pausing for a moment In put ting up a sleeping potion for a woman There Is much said about rice as a strengtbeulng food but tow Amer- Icans know that It baa soporific pow ers It properly cooked It has RIco should be washed many times until the water no longer appears milky It should then be soaked a tow hours salted and boiled rapidly about thirty mtautrs When cooked In this way It can be eaten each day with roust sad the person who eats It Bleeps well and dreams not at alL A precedent embalms a principle Disraeli r JT d 1 FWho desires the best Business in Berea I have a piece of property that is well worth the price I ask for itsay nothing about tho business that lean place you in I have for sale tho Boron Product House and lot on Depot street This lot is 100 feet front and 300 toot long the buildings consist of n Produce house two story dwelling and barn f This property is well worth the monoy I nsk for it The busi ness is the most promising of any business in Uaron from tho fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows n profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any one desiring this property should call at once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY hO so 1eoovH4LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Doing North TraIn 4 Dally Leave 13orea338n in Arrive Richmond 110 n m Arrive Paris Di28 n m Arrive Cincinnati 750 n m Going North Train 2 Dally Leavo Borea 121 pm Arrive Richmond 2iOOp in Arrive Iaris330 p in Arrive Cincinnati 010 pnl Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Borealr2d p m Arrivo Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Lcavo l3eron1226 a m Arrive Knoxvillo 730 n in- N DIiNKNT Tnln numtwn and uarrr nut Parlor esr andemehsbelwes CNtletudt anI Knoxvllle In both iMrvctten Trbanttts- ler i and 4 nary Iullmn wrtKmW iMnttnor nI thH between ClnctaiMll Ktw ante In both dltccttoni W H BOWER Ticket Agent nu FEELING LIVERISH This Morning TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer A llAUAMTKKI CtllK yon VllMH- Itrhlttfc Blind Btmling protruding IHltn Drag 1 U are nuthottiol to refund muorjr if IWOINTMKNThiUtocurclattoMtUr ye WORMSAll chit dren C01D4 plain ire quently o- ttiU aChelt then burg and that tho- Jdont feel con It a i one and th- trouble to almost Invariably due to pin worm Children havent the strength to com bat their Ills and IndUpotlttoas wlthou the aid of some reliable medicine Dr CaldwelTsLtutatle Syrup PepsinIt as unfailing barmleM and absolute cure for worm stomach and bows troubles and can be used AS freely 101 either baby or the bigger child as fo fall grown folk child seems Indisposed fever labyour peevish and all out sorts these are a mtoma of worms One doss of DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN U directed the dejected condition wit soon give way to and vigor DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained In both dollar and half dollar Mae from all druggists Your money will be refunded If It don youYour rQratwinbrltqb rttsr man our sew HOOK OP WONDERS and fte luapl I Sea who have never tftod UUa woaaasl- lIss47 Writs t04r- PIEPIIN SYRUP 00 MMttMMa HHMta- F r Sfile by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY T J jDrWG BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office S R BAKER Dentist oynctnttt7Over lrlntingOJaror OiBcu hours from 8 to 4 City Phone 123 Teeth extnetal without imJnBomnofimne I G F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B K Robinson All cnllfl promptly attended to night and dny- Totulhono No 4 Boron Ky orrrtIrrrv rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr- r I For Sale or I i Rent Cheap I Si i 269 feet Call on S Ior address G DIIOLLIDAY- a REAL ESTATE AOENT MAIN HT IIKIIKA KY yi- 171 Q i1NAWAkAA AililA AkA AkilkAiIQ i d I Call at T J Moborloys anti see tho best lino of- COLIABSi TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS I And anything that you need for a honk Call and get prices thoy will buyrI T J MOBERLEY I Richmond Kentucky t MonumentsURNS STATUARY or-I I Granite and MarbleiMonumental work of kinds done in a workman liko manner at reasonable is prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed I Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets I 4rw Ke jr 1ttkAW11 r n i m11rn Art f3llerir1- f 1EqUtJl Sttl0mtj0 tu NUl1tbrr Dy SIR CASPER PURDON CLARKE DIrector of Metropolltin Museum or Art I la ruHlJ pictures and the bcautifurin art have a prenatal rlYtvt on the beauty of a people ami if there were as many art galleries RII there arc saloons in a country there is no tell iiK how superior a race might be developed The thought it not new and is really only recounted a5 the expression of a learned metlical friend of min who was dining with me recently but it is a basis for a long drawn out line of thought if one cares to follow It up The Norwegian writers are very fond of this argument in their work nod some very dramatic stories have as tficir basis 1j the making of a mental nun before he was born The careful observer will tote that In an art gallery mot + 4incn- t evince the greatest interest in pictures that arc ntattrrial I tic j in their thenie and 1 have had my attention called by students of thto I facial nature to the rapt look on the faces of women who sit before the pictures of mother and childrl t r It is a poor country that has not a wealth of pictures gjodjifctyrcs telling in their story something good and crystallizing the idea always of the higher humanity and Chris anit Vc sway hayc tTrr n vihtts- i of what is called art but sons of the things that are counted hi the low standards of critic as art are the most popular with those vho o feel the story told in them t t Statuary of a proper heroic mould and natural In theme tends to stimulate spirit in youth and I have had a young man who came to roe me in ondon and who passed an tmunally well eoneehedstatttc of Nelson each time say I always feel like making new efforts and i limiting on an extra tjnirt every time I look at that simile The pictures anti statues of a cotnmiinity may not be valuable from an art marketable viewpoint but if they are telling a story that appeal the best in us they are invaluable jto It is a good sign always to ice the audience that any good work the Holy 1antil as its subject attracts and it is a good sign also I that you cant get much sympathy for the Ulit S tlmt depict unusual humanity no matter hox high the standard of art is in it this would tic deplored if in making unusual things ono could keep within the simple laws of life as we know them but that is hard to do lrr the one bo has Ihe true artltic set e atuljoes l eyoid the accepted things the story is of lesser importance Ifis the drawing that counts and the other interests and we have quite enough of those examples from time to time The commissions that are formed from time to time to tone up the art sentiment and matters of the same nature in a community make some odd mistakes but we arc of the opinion that they are nil helplr toward a good end and should be encouraged I The world is full of 9tgtt of rkr u1 Men over cinphasieau- L d thing until it be ut wOUuUr55comes an essential evil The wise man said of goodness be Dy DR NEWELL DWI6MT 1IILLIScucu i not overmuch right eousNot less ruinous is overintellectual development Not all knowlodgcisof equal worth Much culture indeed is overculture aud represents a mass of spid5 ness We have no criticism for the scientist wltbspei1ilshfsNhOle lira studying grasshoppers and has discovered 364 species oNltcsc long t y Pegged crontnressome day his knowledge may help us to destroy the locusts that threaten the cornfieldsvwhat we do object to is that form of selfish culture now found 1Hut How many scholars arc uowMUJj p S vjUlisir4llinjJs their doors and wiimimwiiij uicmivMva iiuiu uiv r crowd One of them said to mo the other da J only want a liffle I handful of select friends lIe anwrc l anl jaioffetl attltc ignorant i multitudes He has Imd travel lelsWcwl ojjportunity1t lIe has old and rare missals he has marbles and curios he prides hffji 11J1iuting first editions and rare bindings but he has builf a wall about his home that not a breath of the perfume from his garden majSbe permitted to go forth to bless any working man who passes by 41 In riches also nun need to listen to nature who whispers dBc not overmuch rich Manhood means altround character lint there are business men who have converted cyjjrythiiu in life intcrgold JfTo get money they have denied vforslup dn undaji Uuigct money tlrey I1arc denied tltenuselPcsfrlcndtipt tb tlicy have tlcnie- dc ie c cotr and tilt ear u utd tG sii ItmJ Y even denied Ihl selves justice and an approving tonsciencc and cl11ertcd theirl JTheythe i poison they do not seem to know that an oversupply A fnndigcjd millions moans death Their uiispiritunlfzed possessions nnd tinted millions arc as hideous as a tumor on the body Meanwhile by excess the athlete ruins himself physically and tomes to a hospital and a grave Overdeveloping his intellect tic scholar becomes a mere intellectual dagger and sword Ovcrdcvct6p ing the acquisitive faculty the practicalll11fili rUins his life siij pf the hour Is excess Women overdress nun overeat and overdrink Automobilists overdrive Editors overwrite Authors who becic successful over publish Orators speak too OIK and too often One drop of aniline is believed to leave one speck of red in cactitlronf Lake whjch Is a Jo sJ i911 ale unobIntrusivc and quiet manners a a house full of love a song a prayer anal the heart I is fuel of peace Too touchthat cxcg j stands fqr the tropics too little that excess stands Tor life arctics of poverty somewhere between lies the temperate zoneand the golden mean where joy- andptacerlidve l set upMlfeir s Aiiil Toil all the happy ones who dwcll therein havc IiarjccneuL to the wodiDEvo NOT O- IRMUCKI ti isNOT SECTIONAL TARIFF QUESTION AN ISSUE FOR THE WIIO E COUNTRY No Single Stele or Group of States Can Secure Alterations of Exist ing Schedules to Suit Special Interests I It Is Indeed fortunate as Secretary beroroItheSDutb can mvlM the tariff It Is equally true that no group of rifttoc no section has the pbwor td frame the schedules to Wilt Sjioelnl Interests The agricultural stales although holding the balance of tower have never attempted to adjust tariff rates to suit the requirements of Agriculture alone This fact Is to their everlasting credit The only state we believe that has ever cherished the do luslvo desire to dictate tariff legtsla tlonln her own especial Interest rind has manifested a belief that It might possibly bo done Is one whoso gorern or butted Into national affairs with a letter notifying the president of the United States that uhlOM congre 8 ro ito+al the duty on hides HfBBSachtisetts VOHU1 certainly go Democratic Yet Ute duty on hides remains As to the fulfillment of the threat that remains to be teen The danger of one state or one see lion ndarUiklnK to regulate thrift MhwIulM was well wrought out by See rMary Stmw when he said 1 doelra to throw out a note of warning to my friends In the agricul tural states Keep this In mind that there are several times as than peo pie demanding cheaper food aa there aro people demanding a reduction or orflrle1Iotonly There are loealltlea willing to wcrlHee 6fory sugsoiifloh of infection whUh the Dlnftley law nffords Dakota In tho open and avowed hope that by- so doing Additional markets may be tbtalncHl for their own products It Is fortunate therefore that no one state eon revise the tariff It Is fortunate for South Dakota for example that Massachusetts Is unable to revUe the tarlffoff the hides of South Dakotas cattle or bring1 about a condition of free trade In the agricul tural product of ChhAda It lnnlno rofttinate for protection as- a permanent lllY that South Dakota has not the power to remove the tariff on lumber Such a discrimination Bgnlnst an important Industry would surely check arid porliftpa wholly obliterate tho rapidly growing protection sentiment lit the southern states which ire now the chief source of umber supply east of tfco Rocky mountains Memphis U the leading lumborinnrket of tno United Siutos and In soetlons where free trade formerly had Its cite del protection U now becoming more and more ait aWcptW policy Then too there arc the lumber producing mates of tho Pacific coast which value highly the protective tariff of two dol lam pet thousand het which gtvo them tho home market against th competition of cheaper lumber from across the border of Hrltlili Cotiimbla If It Is desired tb hold these states In InIllmberDakota may In too language of one of John trays ioeuealheroes Jtr oloot till the eon rome home jn the removal of the tariff on lumber lust as Massachusetts maY threaten Slreful things It she Is denied rro dUrlSIt tirIhoMistake frotse for Numbers Tho Democrats who hopto divide the Republican party on tie question jf tho tariff however will be disillu sioned and not tot tho first time There have always been a few tariff reform sra njid fred traders who ao clung to the Republican party Like the frogs In the old farmers pond they pave ilwnys made a hobo cntlrb y disproportionate to Their numbers tn ton crlng the tariff Issue the bcmbcrata Ulsappoinlmont after having drained the pond at heavy ixpenso In the firm belief that a forone awaited him from the salefcftha frogs which InhdbKed Ithefmtnil fume umberdwlhaledddwhta It Idnehalf loren Ho learned as will the rDemd frits tKntlthe nol flthej5t uk liaiHno pftai l lliel n6t hlrT=SeaKle 1 r T ci FEAR SHIP SUBSIDY English Ship Owners Evinced Alarm Over Probable Passage of Bill In America The attention of our free trade friends Is respectfully called to tho fact that certain Britons are manifesting much apprehension over the prospec tive passage by congress of the ship subsidy bill designed to aid in the rehabilitation of the American mercan tile marine The plan of subsidizing American vessels has always been strenuously fought by free traders on the ground that It means Imposition on our own people and Injury to their interests The British shipowners do not regard the matter In that light They have gone so far as to lay the subject before parliament and In the house of commons a question has been put to the premier as to the effect the assage of the American bill will have upon British interests Time premier wisely and properly said there was no occa sion for tho government to take action at this stage of the proceedings and there the affair ends for the present at least nor Is It likely that anything will be done by the Imperial authori ties But what d light the Incident throws on the free trade contention that subsidizing American ships is likely to hurt Americans The British shipowners many of whom profit greatly through the liberal subventions of their government know better than that What they are afraid of Is that subsidizing American ships will load to losing a good share of the rich patron age now enjoyed from American pas senstrs and freight shiNIer NERVOUSPROSPERITY Some People Seem to De Uneasy Be cause the Country Is Doing Too Well Nervous prosperity would seem 10 be the proper diagnosis of the tariff disturbing vjnptoms manifested In varlouslwflsonhe coiintfy The country Is doing too well Everybody Is doing better than any body ever did before In all history There must be something wrong about It andiare stewing about this extraordinary prosperity and are con triving how It may be upset If a merchant should Voluntarily re duce his margins of profit merely because of the conviction that he was making too much money or If a me chanic were to Insist upon lower Wages because his account In the savings bank was Increasing too rapidly some suspicion would arise as tOMhelr men tal equilibrium Yet a great many people are contem plating something similar to that ex traordinary abnegation when then lie aWAke nights planning how to rip up the tariff and check prosperity It is a queer disease and hard to classify It must be that It Is tocrvpus pros perity r New Titles and Degrees A London journal In a recent Issue confers upon Mr Longworth and his fathcrlnlnw the new titles which those gentlemen are to covet by speaking of them as Senator Long worth son ln law of King Theodore U S A Quito different was the action of Drown university In conferring degrees for nurltorlus services upon two men who hue worked modestly and sue cessfully for honest reform by honest means Never wore honorary degrees more righteously conferred than these Everett Colby A M Citizen soldIer of the common good surrendering leisure and pleasure that civic virtue may he come credible and public office bo held ns public trust Charles Evans Hughes LL D Student under these elms some time professor of law in Cornell university honored member of the New York bar Investigator without malice and without tear skilled to use the probe but not the rake through whose labor the public conscience lens been quickened and purified Charles E Hughes and Everett Col by whatever their former political as sociations may have been huvn acted like good Democrats and good citizens rollotteiesfOrnlltncdtofIn WnfeilSa hate dealt seveferolowrto that Itdpublman tnaehlas Jori watch SKns Theodore Ie lUte headraid front OF UNDER ASSUMED NAME It Is Unlawful To Do Business In Ken tucky Frankfort Ky July HThoro are probably from 50 to 100 persons In nearly every county In Kentucky do Ing business under an assumed name In violation of Chapter 22 acts 1906 which became effective July 11 The merchants who have been caught by the penalty of 25 for each days viola lion aro not aware of such law and in every county the commonwealths and county attorneys will flood tho Jock eta with indictments at tho next terms of the circuit court Soqh persons or firm may bo exempt from the penalty or may have been exempted when the law wont Into effect by Qllng with the county clerk a statement giving tho names of tho party or parties so doing business under such assumed names The law does not apply to corpora lions Tho penalties of thousands orl dollars In nearly every county will taU on persons and firms jn most Instances of small moons TOO HOT To Wear a Dress a Tenderloin Coon Says Louisville Kj July HMamlo oi ler very dark and wearing peroxide hair a pair of pinto shoes and a sash startled the denizens of the tenderloin as she calmly walked along fanning herself Two policemen gathered her In and at Central police station she ex plated that It was too hot to wear a dross The woman did not have on enough clothes to dust a flute accord ing to Acting Chief of Police Patrick Ridge A few days ago a negro was arrested for walking out First street with nothing on but a plug hat He carried a cane This Individual mau o the OXCURO that he had been drunk Ono year In tho workhouse was his sentenco in ponce court PRIZES AWARDED In Connection With the Recent Home Coming Festivities Louisville Ky July HThe com mitten on awards has announced the prizes connected with the honjoconv ing celebration Medals will be award ed as follows Loft state at tendorost age Mary Mice Baker 3707 Flnnoy avenue St Louis Mo loft state nt most advanced age Mrs Mary A Mod calfo Marlow I T absent from state longest without returning U H Smith Boone county Missouri traveled long est distance James D Gardner Mel bourne Australia nearest kin to Dan let Boone Miss tattle Henderson Ful ton Mo most aged KentuckIan Gor don Holing Windsor III NOMINATED CONGRESS To Succeed Hon South Trimble of the Seventh District Frankfort Ky 13A delegate convention of the democracy of the Seventh Kentucky district mold hero nominated lIon Preston Kim ball of Fayette county for congress to succeed Congressman Sduth Trim ble who h nfepresented the district for three terms Former AdJL Gen Percy llaly presided over the conven tion Kimball received every vole In the convention on the only ballot ta ken his opponents W P Swope of Owen county and Judge B F 1111 of Henry county withdrawing1 during tho taking of the first ballot Louisville Tobacco Toulsville Ky July HThe Pee pies warehouse offered 67 hhds of to Jtacro all Burloy Prices ranged from tC40 to 21 There were 5 rejections and the market was strong on all nrados ThoOentrol house of fered 11 hhds of Burley Prices ran from 740 to 1075 then were no rejections and the market was very active Guilty of Perjury r xington Kys July 12lke Johnson a negro was found guilty of per jut in the Ireult cour and glen three years In thelegnhtntiary Johnson swore hts wife shot at him but later swore she had accidentally dis charged the weapon Declared a Bankrupt Louisville Ky July lJudge A- MJ Cachran sont an outer mere de Glaring Peter Bitter a saloonkeeper a bankrupt This step was Jakeri In compliance with a pelHOnflleilby tha Southern National bank and budiey Rogers of Louisville Despondent Girl Suicides Wllllamstpwn Ky July l1 Mlsa Lettie the daushterof Hawkins Marksberry a wealthy farra er of tjils county commuted RII 1l1e by swallowing carbolic acidShe had been despondent for ttDreamed Owettsbprb Ky Jlily bo L Johnson of tin fire department dreamed of tire Ho from lira boil and rushed to answer time nlutni ran Into a sdlp pole cutting nU head Iud tjmensllil through with such force aj to Injure both ncca Will Give t500CO hdulsvllleKy Julyi3A resolu titn WsAtloptetl 1tQlpatcl ot Olin cll pgn tlpAtPpTlainl Pi9 4u lltCf I Louisville R 1STATE ITEMS INTEREST v 15gntBtkmt COMMITTED SUICIDE J Jumped FroMWlndow of City Hospital To Her Death IIDlonoplunging head first from a window la I the city hospital She had been sent to the hospital to be treated for tamp i porary Insanity and had made a prey ous attempt at suicide by leaping dowl1Ithe hospital steps Attar this occur IRuccanother patient to stand straight up I lit her bed and make a leap through the screened window In the fall het skull was fractured near tho base and 1 her face was horribly bruised Sao t i loaves two children undox seven years 1 of ago The nursos at the hospital heard tho woman remark several times that sho was going to Cincinnati to see God LIVED EIGHT WEEKS aitIt With a Bullet In the Apex of the Heart il Komjorson Ky July 12 Nathaniel Jackson aged 23 a negro after living for tight weeks with a bullet in his heart died at the city hospital City Physician H W Edwards who held tho postmortem took a 32calfber bus let from the apex of the heart just finder tIthe skin the bullet having gong almost through that organ JaoksonIwas shot at a negro dance Sulton another negro Sutton made IIlI1an 1aentlrelYhoaled 1IWill Go Into Court and Fight Bone Tax Law Frankfort Ky July HSuits were j filed in the federal court by the Clark j County National bank of Winchester tho City National bank of Paducah the Fayetto National bank of Lexington I and the City National bank of Lexington against Auditor Hager and tha h state board of valuation and assessIments to restrain the auditor from collecting and the board from enforcing collection of tax on that part of the capital stock of national banks whlchc Is Invested In United States bonds GAS EXPLOSION IN MINE 1w Clothing of Men Set on Fire By the Flames Owonsboro KyJuly 13An topt 1 slon of gas In a room of the Back Din mono Coal and Coke Co at Drakes boro injured six men two of whom will die The fatally InJuredareE lloyd Tom Greasy The seriously In jured are Raymond Bennett Don Hot man Ed ODell William Garrett Tha clothing of the men was set on fire by the explosion anti It was necessary for to jump In pools of water to ex tihguUh the flames They were In the mine half an hour f IthCbLN oNtiMENTI To Be Erected Courthouse at HOdgenville Opposite I Txjulsvllle Ky July 13Thecoat mitteo In charge has decided that th1rshaft tatho memory 61 Abraham Lie coln which Is to be erected In Hods ynvlllc the county scat of Larnn w cro Lincoln was born shall ktanI directly bpnoslte the courthouse The p legislature uPllroprlited500 for the 1 memorial It will be BowlingGreen j htaeabout 25 feet high and will i have a bronze tablet and probably a bust of Lincoln Struck Her With a Hatchet Irrine Ky July 12About tea mlles from town while Mrs TempI Weathers was sitting In tits doorway of her residence Newton Sams aged 70 stopped up behrnd herlantl strucli her on the head with a fcatehit Find ing he had not killed hot he again struck herIWant Immigrants R Paducah Ky July 13DCoonsecretary of the Paducah Commercial Hob la making an Endeavor to organ ize every aunty In Southwestern Ken husky for the purpose of getting Immi grants to locate In this part of tna j state j Sued His Fstherin Law Canipton Ky Julf 13 IsnacfWlIor merchant and farmer of this lawxflied a suit against his fatlierln D 13 Cox physician of this city for 5000 damages for alienating the at foctlons of his wifeffiver the Canal Wall Louisville Ky July lxOtto Mils illnlrljr aged 19 years m rldlngralonj the canal well at TwentyrslKth lqtrcetIlost cbntxpl of his maehlneanQ t Per wall a qrjJock JEU lest deep He sustained a upIupIfbEar 1 Parlsl KyifJuly 11 WithhUithroat cat fromcar to iear three stabs lnha IM tisllle7apvilastitnlthelec1Pr at the Charles tHntl his roontat St hotet It Is thought to be a cue of sulclfiac f f k 0t ooooo ooooooooooooooooooo f East Kentucky Correspondence i o News You Get Nowhere Else f 0 0a Qo comlp0a4lace phnoke II1ett dxL4 u ton by tke wtiter Tit BA- BWrtUUUiy lot tor IWlcaUoa set U U tTl4Ie of loos Wth oleicofofoiaioioioioioioiolloioueoioioioiioloioiolol MADISON COUNTY IIIOKOUY rLAtNSIJuly 13Mrs William Ritter ol London Ky after a three weeks illness died Tuesday night at her son Franks at Whites Station and was buried there Wednesday afternoon funeral sermon was preached by 1ThoVan Winkle She had been her sons at White Station when she was taken sick She leaves a hus sons and two daughters besides her many friends to mourn her loss Mrs hitters former home at Whites Station Mrs Reed- CornelsonaudchildreuotBybeotown visited her mother Mrs Emily last week Alfred Arnett and family of Boll county have returned home from a weeksvisit with Bailis Wilson and family Mrs Richard Kimbel and familyspent Sunday with Jeff Wilson and wife Mrs J W Hern don spent a few hours evening with Mrs Emily DarkerI Mrs Lizzie Cornelison had her rosfd once newly painted last wookMrs Joam Maupin and daughters Lizaio and Ida were the guests of Mrs May Ponder in Garrard last wookEIHIKYFUS July ItThe farmers are now all done plowing George Sparks and family and Martha and Suda Powell were guests of Owen Lake SundlyW C Coyle and wife andE F M Jones and wife visited W B Baker SundayL C Powell and J K Sandlin have returned from Jackson with a fine lot of hogsMr 1 Lewis Kimberlain who has been ill for some time is slowly improving Lewis Sandlin and wife and Law rence Powell and wife were the guests of J K Sandlin Sunday Misa Zoe Holland who has been at Kingston for some time has returned home to attend the fan school Mrs Sofa Johnson of Berea has been visiting her father Mr Kimberlain this wookI Miss Bertha Ogg visited relatives at Brassfield last week IIIQ IIILL July 10 We are needing rain very badly in this vicinityMrs Amanda Baker is still on the sick listMat Green spent Sunday with Mrand Mrs Reuben Gabbard of Dreyfus Mrs Ann Hudson is visiting her sick sister Mrs Amanda Baker today Lula Isaacs is visiting her uncle Mr Rich ardson of Berea this week Sarah Bingham is visiting friends and rel atives at Fineville Boll countyMr Pursv ill of Fineville was in this vicinity recently on businessMr Howard of Bell county purchased nice horse from Mr Bolar of Kings ton Mr Howard is a drummer and wanteda good horse to rideMrs Reuben is visiting her mother Mrs Julia C Green today Mrs Jerry Richardson is on the sick list this I wookRev and Mrs R L Ambrose visited Mr and Mrs Jeff Robertson and family Sunday- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD July l6Mrs Susan Ogg of Die putanta is visiting Wm Linville this wookW H Stevens went to Will die Saturday on businessMrsi Hannah Northern is very low with consumption Mattie McGuire vis ited her cousin Miss Virgia Payne of Disputanta Sunday nightJ W Todd and family visited Wm LinI villa Sunday Reecie Todd visited her cousin Florence Holman Sun day Annie and Mattie McGuire entertained quite a number of young folks at their homo Sunday evening J E McGuire went to Berea Mon day on business Mr J H Sigmon died July llth and was buried at the family graveyard near Green Hill Bessie Linville visited her cousin Mao Todd Saturday nightMr and Mrs W H Stevens visited Mr and Mrs Isaac Martin SundayMrs Mary Vaughn of Borea visited Mr and Mrs J J Martin Sunday Ed die McGuiro went to Conway Satur day on business Virgia Martin and Rae Allman visited Mrs J M Vaughn of Borea last week Ella Lake will begin her school at Walnut Grovo near this place July 23 She is a good teacher and we wish her success Rae Allman and Virgia Martin visit ed Bessie Linville Friday night James Ballinger who has been sick is some better Success to the Cit iron CONWAY July lOLeo Bullen of Clear Creek is visiting relatives in Tenn essee this wookB F Sexton and James Wolf were at Wildio Saturday on business Alford Alexander vis SundayBillStevens Saturday Halle Smith visited some friends near hero SundayMay and Reecie Todd of Rockford passed up Round Stone ThursdayHog and sheep buyers are plentiful in thes- epadeG T Johnson of Wildie sold r h1 property to Bill Hays for 2000 l I JI i A good rain is badlyneeded in this section 1IOUNK 17 Nick Spein Howard passed 1 through hero last week buying sheep Mrs Alice Taylor is on the sick list this weekD G Martin and family wont to Slate Lick SundayG L Wren is haying a well drilled this week an Martha Lambert of Boron visited their brother Sam Lambert Sunda and Monday CLAY COUNTY IIURNINO SPRINGS July 17Miss Haagcn had a pit nio for the children of her Sunday School class July 4 the mothers were also invited dinner was spread at her home on the premises all re porteda fine time School begs Monday July 0 with a very larg number in attendance more are expected next week Some children are staying out on account of work Professors Dean and Boggs won guests of Prof and Mrs Brock Sat unlay night they are very suceesafu their work Wo wish them Go- dspoedRev Wilson of Knot 0180 a missionary preached a number of very interesting sermons in Burning Springs last week John and Jacl Rawlings Dr Webb and Boon Holland fell in line with Professors Deai Boggs and others on Sextons Creek last week all wont on a fishing excursion a distance of eight miles they were very lucky indeed the largest fish they caught weighed twenty nine Gilbert Rawlings lIOn Df J L Rawlings left lost week for North Jellico Tenu Ho expects Lube absent more than a monthGeo- P Thompson visited home folks at Burning Springs last week Mr Thompson is a citizen of Manchester KyTbere is going to bo a Sunday school picnic on Island Creek in the near future and it is hoped that a large crowd will be present Burn ing Springs is now booming with Irummors We can see nothing ahead bnt success for E 0 Rawlings Bill Pace of Hyden Ky is now in Burning Springs looking for a house to rent He is looking out foi a good school for his children to attend He has seven of school age He is on the right track hereJI8 Jowel and Hugh White are planning to be in Beroa for the fall term Martin McCreary visited the Burning Springs graded school Friday and seemed much delighted with the work Mr McCreary will bogie teaching Monday on Sextons Creek The school boysof Burning Springs are greatly rejoicing over the new game of Foot Ball that Prof Drools now teaching themMrs Dr Horn is suffering somewhat with hei eyesMrs Goo McCreary Sr is in B serious condition she has been ac invalid for years we extend to her our deepest sympathies George Thompson was the guest of Mayand Elsie Buckner Wednesday evening Fayette Rawlings a well knowc farmer and merchant of Burning Springs is just through haymaking and reports the finest hay he has bad for years Lucy Rawlings is planning to attend some good College this winter wo earnestly hope she willnot forget Berea college Lucy is a very lovely girl and will be missed greatly in Burning Springs and vicinity JACKSON COUNTY OOOCIILAND July gRev Culton filled his regular appointment at Brush Creel SundayAda and Ellen Dooloyat tended church at Brush Creek Sun Jay Nannie Garrett was at J A Anglins store shopping Monday Hr and Mrs J W Wilson returnee row Middlepark where they have been visiting for a few daysJoht Anglin and wife visited friends 01 Clear Creek SundayDavid Abnej left for Straight Creek on Juno 2- 8The little daughter of Mr and Mrs J W PhlllipSis very ill Stella and Elsa Phillips and Mug gie Gabbard visited friends in Bores Sunday Albert Phillips had a stroke of paralysis Saturday and is very ill Dr W W Anglin was summoned at once Aster Garrett left Monday for Hamilton OhioWillie nglin was very seriously bitten by a mad dog Friday Several others were bitten but not seriously hurt the mad dog was killed near Garrote DawesLloyd Bogley began bid school Monday 188tMr and Mrs Jerry Richardson visited homo folk- sSundayJohnny Rector lost a liar bay mare Saturday worth 125 nucm July UtCrops are looking pros erous In this vicinity Lloyd Halt was thrown from a wagon Friday and very badly hurl Claudy and Rcesu Well visited Gracie Parks Sunday Misa Verner Parks visited Maggie cage last Sunday week Mrs Eliz abeth Halo visited her eon ond daughter at Hugh last wookMag gio Bongo visited her aunt and friends at last weekIV R Bongo and son lire visiting Mr Bengos daughter In Ohio Dora Ely is teaching the Red LickschoolMrs Dora AVheolor of Hamilton visited her mother aUil brother at Hugh last wookSovur weutfrom here to Pilot Knob church Sunday People are busy with their oats and grass Wagoners are plen ifulMr nail Mrs Luther Kiinbe lain of Dreyfus visited Mrs Alioo Bongo SundayLevi Kimberlah who is on the sick list is no better Tho Bethlehem Church at Dreyfi will be dedicator Sunday weel Everyone is invited to come- EvxueREEN July 10The Sunday school at Bethel is progressing nicely with Elbort Lake as suprlntendont Blackberries are booming Mrs Bill Stout is visiting friends at Evergreo before starting to her new homo in Indiana Mrs Walter Martin and family visited friends at Evergroe Sunday Tho old residence of Tom Hellardwas burned Wednesday oven ing iu daylight by unknown parties Green and Elbert Lake attendee church at Indian Crock Sunday Ollie Callahan went to Indian Crook last week to eat June apples W M Jones bought a horse from Jack for 85IVo are glad that old uncle J A Lane is ablo to visit Horse Lick again Cash Griffin has returnee from McKee whero ho has boor spending the last ten days SAND GAP July 10People of this vicinityun through laying by corn and are bar vesting James Johnson who has been severly ill with tonsilitia is slowly improving Tho children of Mr and Mrs Frank Guy are on the tick listJ R Durham began his ichool at this place last Monday James Williams and C S Durham went to McKee Saturday on business Died last week the infant son 61 Mr and Mrs John McIntosh ol Elamiton The remains were brought here and entered in the Clover Dot tom cemetery near their old home itead James and Edward Durham visited friends and relatives at Wind Have last Saturday and Sunday week The Kerby Knob Sunday school held a picnic Sunday at tho Rises on South Fork A nice time is reported James Durham began his school- at the Baker district today Ding long dell another wedding bellwhc pulled the string to mako the bel- lIng Sherman Durham and Debbie Johnsonfulled the string that last Thursday May their pleasures lie many and their sorrows fewMrs Frank Jones if Kerby Knob is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Newton Hurley Lewis McGuire and wife of High Top visited J R Durhams Saturday night OWSLEY COUNTY COW CHKKK July 10The hay crop in this section is very good and John C Eversole is doing extensive work with his mowing machine Robert hiker has gone to Buckhorn Ky o stay with Prof Murdock and attend school Rev Goo W Miller reached at this place last Sunday Sis text was Rom 8th chap 1st verse Lost Sunday the Bible class studied the 1st 10th and 23rd Psalms Next Sundays lesson is the 1st chap of the Gospel according to St John Bro Miller will preach at this place on the second Sunday of next month G B Moore left today for Louis viUeCow Creek has some of the best farming laud in the mountains md most of tho people have plenty in their homos Isaac H Gabbard is seriously ill at this writingMrs Flora Gabbard is still on the sic- kUstTbe school at this place ia progressing very nicely Mrs Amanda FGabbard the teacher was a former Berea student There ought too a G A R post in this county Cow Creek has a largo number of boys who wore the bluo and some who woro the gray Beside these the marble slabs of national homage stand on guard by the downs in our graveyards keeping watch above the acrid dust of our mountain heroes Uncle Joe Allen was at the store today it is ono of the delights of bis declining years to gather the young folks about him and relate tories of his adventures in tho war Berry picking is at high tide and purple fingers are quite common The heavy hoooydews of Mayand Juno made the boos very rich and honey may be found upon almost ivory table in this community Tbfl people are finishing their crops and soon the woodland will be filled with tho music of the ax and saw UAI111ARI1 July l4We are having some very dry weather and crops are need Ingrain very badlyOur farmers have had their oats and grass taken care of The crops seem to be somewhat lmghtTov S K Ramey of South Boonovillo preached at Bethany school house on Cow Crook on preachtherebard is expecting to eater tho Civil Service very soon Blackberries are ripe and there is a flue crop fho people are canning a good many Gabbard has loon hauling goods for Garrett A Sons this weel A Mr Rose is in this vicinity In the interests of Sunday schools Eugene Garrett Is teachingschool at Grassy Branch and his brother Artl ur Is teaching at this placeMr and Mrs Alfred Bolin and their children Hobart Bud Mary are visiting relatives In Manchester Clay county this weekElla Garrett vis- Ited Mrs J L Gabbard Thursday afternoon Leo Gibson Is toachin his homo school at the mouth of Cow Creek Arthur Eugene and Ella Garrett gave the young folks a Bocin last Saturday was very much enjoyed byaUSa11le Martin and Hattie Pendergrasa of Buc Crook visited at Mr Garrolta Sot utility and Sunday Mrs Jame Moore of near Boonovillo visile relatives at this place Saturday 01U1 Sunday Mr Fuyetto Garrett v sited relatives on Buck Creek Saturda and Sunday lIe is now working in his store whilo his sons are teaching Edward Reynolds left for Montana last Thursday to join his father and brothers George and Marion win went there in April They intend to trap there this winter Uncle Elijal Duff of Boonovillo visited Edwan Reynolds Sr Sunday Mr Reyu olds has loon confined to his room for over a year with spinal trouble complicated with rheumatism Mr Reynolds ia hearty and looks vory well but is unablo to use his limbs or walk any Ha is taking n modi nine which he thinks ia helping him arThe largest coueu aro BO rarefleC that they never harm planet or MUl ItM by colliding with them A Cll Trick A curious artifice was once ndopi- jr a Chinese slave sblp when attacked by a inanofwar The crew tbrewC- OCOAnuta overboard Into the scat sal- Lbeu jumped ia among them Ncarl ill escaped for It was Iniponslble tQ hell wblch were brad and wblcb wen auti Jn n Boob Japanese tools contain earrety- more material than the average rang tine article but a aluglo story way otuUt of wore than 100 volumes char HaU Every woman know wbat a chip ba Ia but probably toW know why It fl called by that name The reason U Imply because It la made not exactly ot chip but of wood iluvings ublc ire dyed la dainty color curial ant crimped almost beyond recognition or Wrlrg AIAccording to the Koran the angel rho gave warning of the coming de traction of Bottom were Iirmfccl Oa brlol and Michael XaU1t Ilojrul BlnbU 8 bonwa In the royal stable at Vlnijtor are specially trained before hey are considered sate for riding pp riving After they have been broke to they are driven past military band and are made to atand by railway rains and to hear them rattle The loraea ore also accustomed to gulag b1 taking them down on a Geld day to Mdenhot Hc of Ik Tcrnltca The nests of the termite or white anta are proportioned tho sire and wolght of the builders the greatest structures in the world eta ad Treat Kgfm Salmon eggs are about a third of an nch In diameter trout eggs being only Jilt as largo The former are a yel low lab pink not unllko the color pf ho leah ot salmon the latter pato Pink Uaal pea tl raIrOne of the many paymasters at Vasblnnton sought an Introduction to resident Lincoln Arriving at the iblte nOUN ppportqnely be was made mown to Mr Mpcpjn by a Unltud Itatea marshal Vbllf fie W4 s shaking sand with the president the psyinay er remarked I pave RO ofHclal bual Iew wilt you Mr PrwJa nt 1 only ailed to pay my rospeeU IUDair taad replied Mr Uncola and from the complaints et the soldiers I thluk bat to about all you over do pay eral IloerU Cel A lady once called upon Qeoeral leoecrans for the purpose of procuring paN which wao politely refused 1na came Into the ladys eyes aa she marked that her undo was very ill In4 might not recover Very sorry ladeed replied Ros- ecraUY OWB uncle has been Indl- poae4 for some time Aa soon aa Uncle- Sam recovers a little you shall have A pH to go where you please Jhtt sold Hre A soldier IB Qe of the Unlaa botyt tat who had test u arm was rejolelac vet the fact My grandfattwr ire aid lot A leg la the Revolutionary war and the family has bean bragging beat It eve sine That story Is aa eI4 one sew sad I am going to be the taN kite after this RIITho laagtona was that wbOielIIIAWI1iA Artiste LTMs eecapMT shall U knew instowu viai- nenAnatwu tAb eea u r II kkkkkkkkkketrtkkkkkkkkkkkltgrkkkkkrkkkrkrkkkkkkrkkkkWHO is i a She ought to have snmc it through the telephone No 33 ior have called in person nnd talked on the subject to I W D LOGSDON Cr if When you want good things nt low prices heS the man J5 5 to talk with 20 pounds Granulated Sugar flroo 2- K Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Utarth 3SK Best Rubbers for Fruit Jars per Dozeno5 k t Best Fruit Jar Caps per Dozen 25 r K All kinds of Fruit Jars and everything right at r i 1 i Logsdons Up toDate Grocery Store IiitStkaieailM7lltirte7tidtltlt7tkitleSlkSt iMY Aat 7eie kleittwlt7eltitle t krreR Annual Personally Conducted Niagara Falls- Excursion V- IACHDIn ninnrctlun with Il- iePMWabashRR SATURDAY JULY 281906 7 Round Trip FROM CINCINNATI TICKETS GOOD 12 Diva RCTVR INQ Tickets good going and returning all rail or at option of passengers will bo honored In either direction bo twoen Detroit and Buffalo on tho D B Steamship CompanyVi bootH For containing general Infor malion regarding time of trains rates etc call on any C 1Ir D Agent or address W B CALLOWAY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 t f New PotatoesF- or new potatoes call on C M Canfield City 21 u KEEP CLEAN and got your clothes cleaned tand pressed by J C BURNAM The West Ead liMber Shop Phone roc n Bull in nil it will cost you FOR SALE A few gixvl Jacks Will sell or for other property J W HERNDON S miles from Benui ou Iho Richmond 1iko- HOUSES TO RENT Boron College line n font desirable houncfi to rout In Boron BOino of them with hum and garden Inquire of tho Treasurer any week day 045 to 12a in or 8 to 4 p ui +ooo+o+ o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ooro+oo+o+oo+oi1 With the Elks tQ S tCOLORADOt J tThat means a Summers Outing of the finest kind I Can you imagine any better place in which to rest and 1 + recuperate or roam about and have a good timo than 1 + that land of the tawny peak and turquoise of which o + youve heard so much Can you imagine any better 6 way to go than by + tROCK ISLAND LINES J- J The themselves Colorado wns the place o for them this summer and many thousands of Elks and f i friends will go via the Rock Island t 1 Specialexcursion tickets on sale to Hlks and to the 2 1 public generally July to to 15 inclusive 5 o 9 Send for a free copy of our illustrated Elks folder + tellingall about it iiRock Island phone exchange decided Very law rain all Himmtr It pi wnt r with the liIks txl tut IfII MIl about hm A palm will do I CEO H LEE Du Peas AtLittle Rook Ark N IDlltOTOTOTOTOTOTUT o+0+UTU o Foso TUTUTUTUTUTUTUTUTUTUTUTUT THE DODGING PERIOD of a womans life Is tho name often given to the change of life Your monea come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they atop Some women stop suddenly Tho entire chan o lasts three or four years and It Is the cause of much pain and discomfort which cut however be cured by taking W ECARDUI Womans Relief It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability miserable Rest forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold lashes weak ness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for tho rest of your life At all druggists In 100 bottles Try It dint us A UTTER yourtroublewa MII4 eavdepe A4Jres La irittaaoegaMejIaise 67 YVIOtT7UINO ev DEATH I tderel writes Virginia Robson- of Easton Md until I took Grdul thick cured se so qYlcJdy It surprtsN- MY doctor Who tXdnt know t waa- taldnc ttrr Always Remember the Full Name 4 Lxtiv Bromo Quinine Carol iCold in One Day Grip inTwo t a oa T