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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Presidents Office x 000oo000o00o00m- l iBEREAPU6L1SHINGCoiTHE CITIZENWhatdoweuvelorIlItlsnot i9 00000000000000 0000000000000 VOL VIII Fivo Conta n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 0 1000 One Dollar a Year N0 8 u WEATHER REPORT Mr Flnnoryn report of woathor observation from Monday July 30 to Sunday Aug C gives the fol lowing figures TrniprrnturnIllRlmt III Ilydurnll lnvb- cMondny0 113 11111 Turwlny HM nil 111111 WnliiMilnr HU Ill 01111 TliumUr HH 1111 lilt PrMar HH na 01111 Knlunlnr ell fill 11111 Huiiilnr us 07 00- Avernge 1111 13 Total OO 5 FROM THE WIDE WORLD There la nothing more Intoroatlng to the thinker than to compare the characters of the iwx i lo In different nations na nro rovonted In events of feel lug tho welfare of tho ninny anil often the history of tho world In HiiHBln chaos nnd confusion still reign It la ruportod that tho liar Is think- Ing of rottlsnliiR his iKMltion ns cm x ror CVrtalnly ho is not to he en reeignlugIt would be like the milcldo o f A father hcanime ho finds It hard to I mipixirt Ida family Tho strike which has been ordered na n dPinonMnillan agnlnst tho government and In nyiii imlliy with the revnlutlomiry forces Is not as largo or ganornl as was ox liected KiiMla II n holllng caldron of Ignorance Btipprntlllon passion tyranny and iMtrlotlsm It contains much that la good and much thAt Is horribly bad It will never find a fin al solution of Its illfflrnlllOB except In carrying out principles of justice and rlghteousnWM for all Nothlnc Is over settled until It hi settled right The sinking of the lUtltnn steam ship Slrlo nn account of which will bo found on page seven brings out tho character of another clans of poor pla A fuller ncoount of the dlsanter says that after the ship struck for halt an hour an awful LManie rflsnwl Tho emigrant men In their struggle for poMMMMlon of the life basis And life iireiwrvora subbed the women and trampled tho children under foot and fought with one another Th asp lain Huylntf that Ms Imtinulenm WHS to blame for the dilllller klllnl hlm self Tho HMw the IIrter of the l oplo the more ready are nell to sacrifice their own lives for woolen and children and even for other MM and the greater Is the isapnuathnity fell by thoM In MHthortly for llw HTMJ and welfare of lots who i1tmil HIHM thom Suicide ts alway a cowardly ttcttt e from resfonslblllty COUNTRYT- hu IN OUR looting of tho Milwaukee Ave State Bank In Chicago by IU oDio lalfl and the oxoltoniont and doHmir of ltd wronged dot odors doMiribod in nnollior place is nnotliur pitiful ixhUItion of tam BelfiiihiicftH fill crimo of thaw whoso only purpose in lift in to make money nnd a wnrning to tliOHO who Imvo inonoy to mvn to Iw sure lint the ctinrnclcrn nn well ns tho ability of their bankers will make their money safo- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Going on to tee what ntnga tho character of Kentucky people linn reached wo nro reminded of two in teresting conditions in tutu events of tho lout week First in tho effort to get n jury in Bwiltyville to try B V French John Abner and John Smith for tho murder of Jamcxt D Mnrctun the defense was nccuBcd of scouring tho county to get mon for the jury who would promise to no quit the accused Of tho thirty men examined for the jury moro than half Hinted on examination that they could neither rend nor wrilo that they had been In Deattyvlllo during tlio trlllllf Hargis and Callahan but had never discussed thoaKsaHsinntion of Murcmn Those who could road sworo that they had never road tho papers regarding tho death of Mar cum or who was accused of procur ing his death Tho choice Is left of regarding ninny of tho citizens of Leo county aa moro ignorant nUll stupid than African savages or ns jKirjur pro unfit to ba nt largo in a civilized country Wo believe that tho do Tense must have hart work to gather such a collection of men from any county in Kentucky Tho second event referred lo Is tho Idenliflcalion of Joo Cuxhlonbcrry by Myrtle Fugnto In Mntlinonvilloou Tuesday nn the ono who attempted to assault her and tho threats of 8111COjwhichaway mob mob lynch lynch lynch when over n negro Is caught accused or suspected of any serious crimo Are not tho common pooplo of Kentucky anything moro than a collection of mobfl longing to shoot hang or burn Empouey iet crimo bo punished whether it bn pommiUed by white or blapk but In the unmn of humanity let U lw dono by law Lot IIS no mn n hundred criminals in order to punish QUO Ono bright ray of hopo In dark picture is the effort made by the ollicors of the law to protect Ihoso under their care from mob violence A few years ago such efforts were few and weak Let us honor and support every hon est officer who fearlessly trios to on force law i BEREAS FALL TERM THE BEST The Fall Term of Bcrca College opens Sept 12 and then is the time to begin school Do not make the mistake of thinking it is just as well to wait till the Winter Torm Every student who has at tended during the Fall will tell you that Fall is the time to begin and that one gets far more for his money by coming then Bcrca makes every effort to keep down the expenses of an education You pay no larger incidental fee for the 14 weeks of the Fall Term than for the 1 I weeks of the Winter Term and the cost of board is less in the Fall And the schooling itself is better in the Fall You dont have to study so much by lamplight The classes arc smaller and you get more instruction from your teachers You have a better chance to get a good room to earn some thing by labor and get a good start in every way Hundreds of young men and young ladies waste the Fallwho might just as well be in school They are not making much nor studying muchthey just wait and wait and waste time Christmas comes and they are no richer and no wiser while their neighbors who started to school in the Fall are far ahead of them The Citizen speaks for your good Read the notice of Berea College on page 5 and act wisely WARRANT OUT FOR MISSING BANKER SHORTAGE OF OVER 250000 DIS COVERED IN CLOSED CHI CAGO INSTITUTION RECEIVER APPOINTED- BY JUDGE DRENTANO Startling Revelations of Queer Meth I bdi Employed by Officials Are Drought to Light Peculation I i Date Dack to 1901 Chicago Aug 8Moro amazing roT elMtons In the Milwaukee Avonuo State bank crash came to light Tues day simultaneously with preparations for tho arrest of 1aulO Stwiiland the irllont It wan learned that crooked banking methods and peculations data baok prior to 1001 at which time It now develops there was n short ago of more than 150000 From that time on defalcations grow In size and number until the amount of inonoy now iiald to have boon stolen will reach more than 1000000 John C Fetter was appointed re ceiver of the defunct bank Mr Fete prs bond as receiver was fixed at 1 1000000 This action was taken by Judge Ilrentatio on Uio Initiative of two womon depositors holding claims against tho Institution aggregating loss than UOO They petitioned tho court to safeguard their claims and those of other depositors Warrant Issued for Stensland Assistant Chief of Police Schuottler Inspector Bhlppy and lank Examiner Jones secured a warrant for tho ar rest of Paul O Stonsland from Jus tieD Boverson at 11 n m The justice at first refused to sign tho warrant for the reason that ho was a depositor In the hank Later ho agreed to sign It on tho condition that tho case should not bo tried by him The charge Is violation of state banking laws The special charge In receiving do posits although knowing that tho bank woo Insolvent This under tho stato banking act constitutes embezzlement The warrant says Paul 0 Stensland being tho president of tho Milwaukee Avenue State bank said bank being a regularly incorporated state bank and doing business under tho laws of tW state of Illinois willfully Knowingly fraudulently anti with innllco afore thought received certain deposits after the bAnk was Insolvent of which fact ho had knowledge While crowds again besieged the bank doors Tuesday only to fln them ntlll closed Hank Examiner Janeiro numcd the Investigation of the roe prds of tho bank to uncover tho details of years of alleged Irregularities that have startled the banking world of Chicago Directors of the bank do elating themsolves deceived arc do manding that President Btonsland show himself With tho statement from tho bank examiner that Presi dent Btensland had guilty knowledge of his hanks looting has como their first glimpse of his duplicity Evidence of Oreat IrreoularHlgq nvtrreErnlllritloawill the history of tho plundering pf tho savings depository pf too ppof pn tho northwest 8140 Thoro have been cmhoiilompnta Money has Ueoq IOllll on worthless security Run lies of worthless commercial paper In cumber tho low dark vaults of tho bank Evldenco confirmatory ot tho fact that 700000 In forged notes have boon uncovered Is coming to light Thousands of dollars have boon bar rowed by tho banks oOlcore gteunalandhimself ruin pf his bank are becoming pub Jlo In a letter to Us son Theodore lll pYlA- w l Bt Paul Minn tho olcfor Btonsland said things are wrong at tho bank and ought to bo righted This brought tho clearing house association into tho bank and In five minutes unearthed tho tremendous scandal Mlitlnp Man Seen In Wisconsin Superior Wla Aug 8Dnrwln Bcoon sergeant of police of Superior says ho saw Paul O Btonalatjd carry lag a heavy grip on a DuluthSuperlor car Tuesday morning returning to Su parlor Btensland Scoon says wore tho light suit straw hat and In all othor particulars tallied with tho do scription sent out by the Chicago police Sergeant Scoon and five detec tive aro now making a search tat Stdaeland and the peculiar grip Slate Sunday Srlimil Cuiivrnlloii The State Sunday School Conven lion will he hold at Ashland 1C y Augustllolowprominent speakers that will J o a the convention K A Fox Dr II M Humlll Idles Nannle Lee Frazor Ilev Hugh McCleltan H J Dorth Ick John L AmiHlen sail Charlw slating noted leaders of sIngIng In Amorlon instructions to Delegates countyInor dllle1 All ordained ministers are ex officio del filRle The association de sires to magnify tho work of tho mln More In tho Sunday school 2 leach Sunday school Is entitled to ono delegate for ovary ono hund red or fraction thereof enrolled These are appointed by the school and rep resent the school 3 Kach county Is entitled to ten delegates at large These are elected by tho county convention or appoint ed by tho county executive committee secretaryThoy musthavecounty officers As soon us appointed each delegate should apply to either tho county president or county scare tary for credentials It must bo attended to before leaving home Take your credentials with you as they will bo called for before you are assigned a home- Entertainment All properly ac credited delegates will bo entertained In tho homos of time good people 0 Ashland and Cntlottsburg provided you send your name nnd address to Mr J W Craig Ashland and pay one dollar Into the entertainment fundPoints for Delegates tq Remember 1 To bo sure of entertainment your name must reach Mr J W Craig AftUland not later than August 15 Uont neglect this 2 Very Important If for any reas on the ticket agent has railed to re cure proper tickets take n receipt for ovary ticket you buy gain and return- Ing and your mono will be cfunded 3 U you axpcet to get tho good out of the convention atten every session take copious notes give n review to your school when you return nnd above everything olso nsk Cod to prepare your head nnd heart to receive retain nnd GIve out tho good you may receive Time tare from ncrra will bo about 4G2 Those desiring to go from Derca should have Mr Howard Hud son or Hov C A Van Winkle who aro county offices sign their cred entials Tho Primary JiilepUofl held in 111 inoig f gust 4th will ho of much interest to tho nation when its results nnd workings can Uo woro fully understood U tl without doubt n groat ImpfO011ent over past methods Tho hard time which llllly Len mar had to got through would bo a proof of that At the present time tho Interests of professional poll ticians nro directly opposed to the interest of the people no matter to what party they belongs nnd tho peoplo must sharpen their wits and their agog until they can either get rid of politicians altogether and get statesmen in their place or nt least mnko it to tho interest of tho politician to protect tho intoreat of tho peorIa Chief Contents of This Number PACK ONE IVrnltier Heport From the Wile World In Our Own Country- Comtaonwenltlt of Kentucky K lltnrlnlWli n lo IlrRln School Slate Sunday ikliool Convention CltUrn Announcement Letter of Miss lloblnnon VAOK TWO Poem Sly Love 8erl lTtie Grafter PAGE TUnE llitrra and Vicinity College Item- Chrlatlannd Communism I itetit Market Iteport- 1AOK FOUR Comment Flr t Initnlltnent of The hirer re Iilnttxl by tpecliil roqueit Sunday School Lrt on- 1AUK FIVE Heroml Iiiitnllment of Tie drafter 1AOK NIX Tim Home Orttlnc Itlil of Troublesome Inset Hy Jlln IIIII Tim HcliotilIxiwU Irnetlcal Arithmetic The Fhrm Hog Ilaldne BlBhtli Kentucky HUtury FlaneryCooeludwn New from Kvery liere- IAdK HKVKN More New from Ererywhrre- Recent Slate New IAdK EIGHT CorrepondeneeOhio lilMu Checrfulne New In a Nutshell flood Thing for Reader of the Cltlien I Concluding chapters of tho His RegimentIICalifornia President Frost from New York Miss Robinson from Europe and other summer travelers onhealthgrams for exhibition for rural schools etc etc Great PremIum Offer To any one sending us 100 for a new subscription whether for him self or for someone else wo will send free a splendid 75cent pocket knife The Trapper strongly mode with two blades of razor steel Send your subscription in quickly before the knives are all gone Clubbing Kale to CllUen Hubterlber followingtCo larurlBrLouisville 150 200 Ciuciuuaii Commercial Gazette 140 200 Citizen anti following dailies Louisville Evening Post 350 400 CourierJournalLouisville 040 700 Louisville Herald 200 500 Cincinnati Post 250 800 monthlySouhern Journal 155 200 aOlbrultaredItor- S a Roman IeIt 190CMy n a whole week on the ocean Our boat steadylIudGood weather there has been almost no seasickness andlleotain was very obliging and ran near sohillundeveryr ntl wttoldPootocnptllinmnmight be there by daylight We got Into the harbor about 5 oclock and after breakfast went ashore In titntheare built of stone nnd plastered and washed In pink or blue or yellow or green all colors being subdued and the effect Is pleasing to the eyeTllere gardedat Its best and other gardens are ex tensive and beautiful There are sev oral churches In ono a service was In progress and many men women and children were in attendance tho it was between nine and ten on Sat urday morning Of course nil these churches are Roman Cqthrtllc We met beggars cyerywbeye One who had last his feet was being drawn around In a little wagon by a sheep and lie man was large too We saw many carts of various kinds drawn by donkeys and ono cart carrying a large barrel was drawn by a single ox Tile Azores are nine In number They have a population of about 300000 and are under the Portugese government which Is said to be more than Turkish Every passing ship carries emigrants by the hundreds to tho United States Our ship had souse returning to their own country both In the steerage and as firstclass patsaeceeceWe expect to reach Gibraltar next Tuesday and there we anal mall letters and hope to visit tho fortificationsRev a Lutheran minister from LoulsvAUo and Mr E II QartreU of Ashland Ky a business mane are arsons the passengers and I have been glad to meet them With best wishes JotwfhlM A RoWw Idle Money Idle Money does not Grow and it may be Lost Hidden away about the house it may be destroyed by Fire or Slojen by thieves Carried about in your pocket you may toysa it and you arc constantly tempted to Spend it for some thing you do not need I p- One Dollar deposited in our Savings Department and left there for one year will earn 4 cents 15 will earn twenty cents 125 will earn one dollar 50 will earn 202 100 will earn 404 WHY NOT BEGIN NOW ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT Berea Banking Co Assets over 10000000 Capital 2500000 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier gg 117 7 ib I SPEGIALJARGAINS THIS WEEK I tWhite Lawn Shirt Waists i WtK 125 warranted to wear per yard89c 75C yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c m810o per yard Silk Pongee will sell while they last at49c IWhite Goods 20C to 300 Dotted Swiss to I close per yard J5c iWehave so many other special bargains that they numerous to itemize W SIDNEY A TURNER Dry Goods Notions Cut Glass Etc ISueoesser to B W Turner RICHMOND KY 1444ttI 4 44 4 44lIIl4L kokokolto3tolto3tokoKotRosgostoKokokastokokostoKokoftoKolK o Oko- o 3f- It 0c 1tTo 0c c0 + xo 0c I It Quit Business o x0- r 0 It 2- 0 Will offer for sale in any way i- top dispose of stock quickest my entire stock of merchandise at x rabargain Will also offer for o- o I sale my business and dwellinge 1 1- 1i lots cheap o o- o It 0 x0 x ItI o 01 c- It 0 xa xoIt o X W 0 Phone 40 0eXQ xirRoMoMoMoNoMoioMoMl7tsgModeo134i1o1oMoMoliWi9tll OI MY LOVE I love a lovely ctrl Ill tell Just how my Idol treila me And to be candid first of all I must confcM she beats me I never makai objection nor Does sudden finger rUo up Though omsUmos Bile wjll double both Iltr nu and plus ny eyes up the seldom answers when I speak And then shell only mutter I till ber the has won my heart l And In my face shell splutter Sometimes If I should kiss her quick Shell simply start and blare out And grabbing mo with both her hands Proceed to null my hair out ph love It Is a funny thing Im pleated when my love trlcka met like It when she lifts her foot And in the neck she kicks me What joy1We to suffer sol You think that Im acabyT Not so you Fee my fcw atheart is My darling little baby Ally Slopcr THE GRAFTERS 9r- FRANCIS LYNDB iCUrjrtchl trot by rid aoleYrtm eoj CHAPTER H COXTIXUED Kent was as deeply moved as If the loss had been his own and said as much craving more of the particu lars I cant give them But I may say that the blame lies at your door DavidAt my door How do you arrive at thatBy the shortest possible route If you had done your duty by Elinor In the Croydon summer Mrs Brentwood would have had a bright young attor tier for a sonIn law and adviser and the bad Investments would not have been made Kents laugh was entirely devoid oC mirth Dont trample on a man when hes down I was nclther a prophet nor the eon of a prophet But how bad Is the smash Surely you know that No I dont Bradford was telling about it the day I left Boston lie gave me to understand that the prln cipal family holding al present Is In theVfltock of a certain Western rail wayDid he happen to know the name of the stock asled Kent moistening his lips lIe did Fate flirts with you two In the usual fashion Mrs Brentwooda little fortune +land by consequence Elinors and PenelopesIs tied up In the tock of the company whose plat formwe are occupying at the presen- tmomentthe Western Pacific Rent let slip a hard word directed at ill advistraln general and Lorlng took Ills cue from the malediction You swear pretty feelingly DavJd Isnt Our property oA good a thing as wo pt the Boston end have been crack Ing It up to bee Yon know betterabout thd financial part tot it than I do But well you refresh from this anarchistic mn the opera house You can Jmaglne whit thestockoC the Western Pacific or of any other foreign cor Jloratl n doing business In this state will be worth In six months after Ducks nndVhls crowd get Into the saddle You speak as it the result ol the election were a foregone conclusion It Isnt But We weretalk Ingimore particularly of Miss Brent wood and your Personal responsibilities The belated train was whls tllngfoi the lower yard and Lorlng was determined to say all that was In his mind Y s go on Im anxious to hear more anxious than I seem to be perhaps Well she Is coming west after a bit She and her sister and the mother Mrs Brentwoqds asthma la worse and the wise men have ordered her Ito the Interior I thought youd like to know Is shearo they coming this way asked Kent The train was In and the potter had fetched Lorlat6andbagl from the cheek stand The gucat paused with one foot on the step of the sleeping- car If I were you David Id write and ask I should by Jove Jt would be a tremendously cheeky thing todo of course having spch a slight ac quaintance with her as you leave but Ill be hanged It I shonldt chance it And in the mean time if I dont go back east next week youll hear frqm me When you do or if you do take a day off and run up to the capital I shall need you Goodby Kent watched the train pull out stood looking after It until the two red eyes of the rear signals had dlsap pear d in the dusty darkness of the Illimitable plain Then he went to his rooms to the one which was called by his office and without allowing himself time for a nice balancing of the pros and cons squared himself at thedesk to write a letter CIIA R tII J THE BOSTONIANS It ace precisely on the day for She Vrontwoods westward flitting that tho postman making his morning round delivered David Kents asking at the tn the Bajjk Bay sulitlls Viet Elinor was packing for jthemlsratioa but she left Penelope J end the maid to cope with thprobem of cnmproMlng two trunkfuhMnto one while she read the letter and she was reading it a second time when Mr Brookes Ormsbya card came up You go Penelope she begged There Is so much to do Not I said the younger sister cavalierly ho didnt come to see me Wherupon Elinor smoothed the two small wrinkles of Impatience out of her brow tucked her letter Into her bosom and went down to meet the early morning caller Mr Brookes Orraaby clubman gon tleman of athletic leisure and Inherl tor of the Ormsby millions was pac ing back and forth before the handful of fire in tho drawing room grate when she entered 4Yoir dont aenorve to have a collie sheepdog friend ho protested reproachfully How was I to know that you were going away Another tlmo Elinor might hue felt that she owed him an explanation hut just now she was careful and troubled about the packing How was I to know you didnt know she retorted It was In the Transcript lIaToI ciety column I didnt see the paper Dyckman brought me word last night at Vineyard HaVen and we broke a propellor blade on the Amphitrite try- Ing to set here In time- I am so sorry for the Amphitrite she said But you arc here and In good season Shall I call mother and NellNo I ran out to see If Im In time to do your errands for youtake your tickets and so on Oh we shouldnt think of troubling thIngsIdependable young woman at the head of this household Havent 1 person ally conducted the family all over Europe James Is a base hireling said the caller blandly And as tor the cap YOU Ant ItAIlD WITH ME ELINOR able young woman do I or do I not recollect dark night on tho German frontier when she was glad enough to call on a sleepy follow pit grim to help her wrestle with a par ticularly thick beaded customs officer If you do it Is not especially kind of you to remind her of it He looked up quickly and the mas terM soul of the man for which the cleancut fquareset Jaw and the ath = letic figure were the outward present ments put on a mask of deference and humility You are hard with me Elinor al ways flinty and adamantine and that sort Have you no soft side at all She laughed The sentimental young woman went out some time ago didnt she One cant be an anachronism I suppose not Yet Im always try- Ing to make myself believe other things about you Dont you like tol be cared for like otherwomen I dont know sometimes I think I should But I have had to be the man of the house since father died- I know he said And It is the petty anxieties that have made you put the woman to the wall Im here this + morning to save you some of them to take tho mans part in your outselling or as much of it as I can When are you going to give me the right to come between you and all the little worries Elinor She turned from him with a faint pasture of cold Impatience You nro forgetting your promise she said quite dispassionately We were to be friends as good friends as we were before that evening at Bar Harbor I told you It would be Impossible and you said you were possibleHQeyesIt Is possible In a way But Id like to know what door of your heart it is that I havent been able to open She ignored the pleading and took refuge in a womans expedient- If you insist on going back to the beginnings I shall go back alsoto Abigail and tho trunk packing He planted himself squarely before her the mask lifted and the master- ful= soul asserting itself boldly It wouldnt do any good you know I am going with you To Abigail and the trunk room fObf no6to the jumping oft place oul west wherever it is you are going toijhlbcrntite No she said dec svcI1 you mustnotby Iily saying so ought to be miffclcnt reasonIt isnt he contended frowning AJIneUIt to because You are fnld f am not inn dcnln nos you are You knoll la your own heart there Is no reason why you should continue to make me unhappy and you are afraid I might over per suade you Her cyea they were tho serene eyes of cool gray that take on slate blue tints In strosstul momentsmet hit defiantly If you think that I withdraw my objection she said coldly Mother and Penelope will be delighted I am sureAnd you Trill be bored world with out end ho laughed Never mind Ill bo docent about It and keep out of your way as much as you like Again she made too little geuur of petulent impatience You are continually placing me In a false position Cant you leave mo out of it entirely- It is one of the prime requisites of successful mastership to Know when to press the point homo and when to recede gracefully Ormsby abruptly shut the door up on sentiment and came down to things practical It is your every day comfort that concerns me chiefly 1 am going to take all three of you in charge giving the dependable young person a well earned holidaya Hlllo Journey In which she wont havo to chaffer with with tho transit people Have you chosen your route to tho western some where Miss Brentwood had the fair trans parent skin that tells tales and the bluegray eyes were apt to conflnn them David ICents letter was hidden in the folds of her loose walstcd morn Ing gown and she fancied It stirred like a thing alive to remind her of Its message Ormsby was looking past her to the old fashioned ormolu clock on the high mantel comparing the time with his watch but he was not oblivious of the telltale flush There is nothing embarrassing about the choosing of a route is there he queried Oh no being true Americans we dont lnow one route from another In our own country she confessed But at the western end of It we want to go over the Western Pacific Ormsby knew the west by rail routes as one who travels much for time kill- Ing purposes Its a rather roundabout cow path he objected The Overland Short Line Is a good bit more direct not to mention tho service which Is a lot better But Elinor had made her small con cession to David Kents letter and she would not withdraw It Probably you dont own any West ern Pacific stock she suggested We do and we mean to be loyal to our saltOrmsby laughed I see Western Pacific has gone down a few points since the election of Gov Bucks If I had any Id wire my broker to sell We are not so easily frightened she asserted adding with a touch of the austerity which was her Puritan birthright Nor quite so conscience less as you men All of which goes to prove that you three lone women need a guardian But I mustnt keep you Any longer from Abigail and the trunks What time shall I send the expediters after your luggage She told him and went with him to the door Please dont think me ungrateful she said when she had thrown the nightlatch for him I dont mean to beI think anything of you that bought not to think in that I am as conscientious as even you could wish Goodby until this evening Ill meet you all at the station As had come to be the regular order of things Elinor found herself under fire when she went above stairs to re join her mother and slslcr Mrs Brcntwood was not Indifferent to the Ormsby millions neither had she forgotten a certain sentimental summer at tho foot of Old Croydon She was a thinlipped little person plain spoken to the verge of unfriend llness a woman In whom the rugged aelfrcllant Puritan strain had become panic acidulous And when the Puritan stock degenerates In that direction It is apt to lack good judgment on the business side and also the passivity which smooths the way for Incompe tence in less assertive folk Kent had stood something In awe not especially of her personality but of her tongue and had been forced to acquiesce silently in Lorings sum ming up of Elinors mother as a woman who had taken culture and the human izing amenities of the broader life much an tho granite of her native hills takes polish reluctantly and without prejudice to Its inner granular struc tureElinor you ought to be ashamed to keep Brookes Ormsby dangling the way you do was the comment when Elinor came back You are your fathers daughters both of you there Isnt a drop of the Grimkle blood In either of you I do believe Elinor was sufficiently her fathers daughter to hold her peace under her mothers reproaches also there was enough of the Grimkle blood In her veins to stiffen her In opposition when need arose So she said nothing SIncoyour Uncle Ichabod made such a desperate mess of that copper bust ness In Montana we havi all been next door to poverty and you know It the mother went on Irritated by Eli nors clUnce I dont care so much for myself your father and I began with nothing and I can go back to nothing If necessary But you cant and neither can Penelope youd both sTarve I should like to know what Brookes Ormsby has done that you cant tolerate him It isnt anything he ban done or arllyijrlemother A Mrs Brentwe J let tint ra Beet while she fired another I suppose he come to 137 by what Is he going to do with himetJ this winter He Is going west Mrs Broutwood looked up sharply With usT she queried Yes Penelope clasped her hands and tried to look sorrowful Oh Klllol she cried hays you = No ISIInor retorted I hue not CHAPTHn IV TIM VLIMIIFOTS OP EOT1T The westward Journey began at the appointed hour In the evening with the resourceful Ormsby In command and when the outselling In which she had to sustain only the part of an obedient automaton was a fact accomplished Elinor settled back Into the pillowed corner of Let Bleeping car section to enjoy the unwonted sensation of being the one cared for Instead of the care takerTwo sections away the Inevitable newly married pair posed unconscious ly to point the moral for Miss Brent wood She marked the eagerly antlcl patlvo solicitude of the boyish groom contrasting It now and then with Ormsbys less obtrusive attentions It was all vury absurd and sentimental she thought and yet she was not with out a curious heartstirring of envy provoked by the self satlefiod compla cency of the bride What had that chit of a girl done to earn her Immunity from selfdefend tags and the petty anxieties Nothing Elinor decided at least nothing more purposeful than the swimmer does when ho lets himself drift with the current None the lets the Immunity was hers undeniably palpably For the first time In her life Miss Brent wood found herself looking with a little shudder of withdrawal and die slay down the possible vista possible to every unmarried woman of 21 mllestonrd by the unbroken years of spinsterhood and selfhelpings Was she strong enough to walk this hedgedup path nlono single hearted enough to go on holding out against her mothers urgings against Orms bys masterful wooing against heron unconquerable longing for a sun anchorage all this that she might continue to preserve her Independence and live the life which despite Its drawbacks was yet her own She took up the magazine Ormsby had left on the seat beside her and sought to put away the disquieting thoughts But they refused to be dis missed and now among them rosa up another dating back to that ideal- Izing summer at the foot of Old Croydon and having Its genesis In a hard saying of her mothers To Be ConUnuedj SMALL ANGEL UNAWARES Prattle of InHcnIoo Child IrnJt to Consummation of alai tlan JItrlIThe candor of children A lady friend of mine wu walking with a child the other day when the conversation turned 06 matrimony re 1 lates the Saunterer In the Boatcn Budget I Xiy teacher Is going to be married said the little one but she Is a pretty old girl to get ahusband Oh not so very aged was the reply She went to school with me and you surety do not think I am too old to get married I The little woman the child was s girlof course surveyed her Intcrlo I tor a moment and then remarked ln cislvelyHumph you look as If you had bees somebodys wife for some tlmeOf The lady was still young I shall not be ungallant enough to tell her prcrui age but she said after that crusher she felt that she was over CO and thought of applying for admission to some old womans home and when she told the story to the chosen one who had long postponed tho wedding day he said Jocularly Ah well have to get hitched before you get any more crows feet II the corners of your eyes The lady now says she was entertaining an angel unawares when she listened to the prattle of the epitome of womanhood sounds 0 Pretty A clergyman In baptizing a baby paused In the midst of the service to inquire the name of the intent to whIch the mother with a profound curtsy replied Shady sir If you please Shady replied the mlnI Ur Then Its a boy and you mean Slid rach ehe girlIpastor how happened you to child such a strange name Why sir responded tho woman If you must know our name Is Dower and my husband said as how he should like her to be called Shady because Shady Dower sounds so pre- ttyLondon TUBlts Vet of Poem Nut Slolmlvd Rudyard Kipling so the story goes- was spending an Informal evening with neighbors at Rottlngdean Sussex Eng whore ho has his home A young lady recited one of his poems As she bowed and retired she accidentally trod on the foot of the author muck to her confusion Dont apologize whispered Mr tilling you trod four toes awuj from a corn Succrss Magazine IVntnrallc- He What are you rtdlns She HapDlness Jn Marled Mf lieWhat advice does ItgJY Wi7esd It dont know Im reading the iifJC4t to hustrndsCENelltl Jspttall fe g eo- I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES t f Phone 188 Richmond Ky 1 I OUT FLOWERS l DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS 6 e p to to+od o3 od o +od c3 o Fo Fo +o+oo ho Fo co+oo+od o Fo hood od o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o Is here of and every housewife wants one or mote 10 CARPET MATTING oFURNITURE or + hTake a Look Through Our Stoolc- It t o will surprise you how well and how reasonably wo h cani 4IFITS FROM US ITS Now Florence Drop Toi 13s11 Bearing SewlnAMachlnest f25 130 and 35 worth sro tOO and KJ5 i CRUTOHER EVANS o Joplin Old sand Rlebmol1 Kj Day faou H Night rbon 4741o0000+040 +o+o+010 +o+n+o+o OO+000007000Op Carriage Satisfaction HeretBuggies Phaetons BunaboutaSurrios Traps Durable Graceful Useful bodyQnibCArri givoNo than HERE No better time to buy lhaa NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We ropaint repair and rotlro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C J P HIGGINS Prop RJcbmooiVJCr tyelrrrM1KrKkltrrvrrrr rstK stkQKe NststRK A M pJ AKKK 1 I Getting Comfortable J Is a fine art You cant do it without having justtv j Ithe right sort of Furniture and just the right amount We have all the things you wnnt mukc ay your house into a aswi LOUIS Oe LESTER JIt Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave jK Phone 93 UA xk- y11t11AthleAitllitAAi111A71ilAhlt I t tled4iekA1F11111i1711YAitilR11ilAirlltilt AQ Call at T the best line And horse 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you the Infinite lIre with which every pair of Douglas shoes is made you would realize wily they are the best shoes pnni teed J tfercncc between the shoes made In 1el makes would understand l out more to make why hold lunger are of greater Intrinsic U o i the market r n yoII anywhereoiosoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo KENTUCKY HAYES e o o oe1g 0 0- lk i Vicinity i Ile k 0 0 0 1 a A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 l i oeoeo oeoeoeoeoeoeoeo oeoeoe A atiiilent IMIIXH Prank Oulnn lead InJulutBtnir In llowanl Hall Parr tutMtnly lie gal off with only a few 4at hnilMfl and a seven ahakln up He j WU qiHMftl In then work of rlMnlnjt WINdoWS ami tart his Nolan 7falnu to INS gnmnd Mrr 0 li Porter wife of t It a dragxkrt lift ts4rly Wdltettllay mora Ing fur a vtoK to MontteHla Iowa E Hut expect to he WIll for about two lrThe lilt Son of Pratt J T Baker atom of 9T nr w of Clifton TMUL died AHHt S 1rof Itahw to It San I of JBHHM taker of WallacHowi- j1rof DlHMHnr ttllRflCl from ale cast last gatwnhiy where he PISS IMNI In ttro iHlOTMta of the OkokMM In iluMrlal SabeoL of wktek kn M a i tnttUta lie Wl W NlrwiMlajr Walt Mn 00tMir Mite Retire late reuinml to utLTi Mkw ltoee lw bran In Iwr In an external lexlltGIDtIIfcfr L Cook le expected to tlrMeh In 1Dillen next Swittay morning The UMrlot Sun + Aty School Darin ion I n to he hli Saturday August probably In tin Hflpttot Church fit lttrUR The committee are par+ lug a iiruflmm- 1L A HiclmrdHon ropronontnUvo of nOIllIIl toll Tyitewrllur Co won hi Horoa Friday and Saturday- A party of young people wout for n hay ridu nroiintl tho Big Horn thoyLndI Q D llollidny purchased porno and buggy in lliclnnond lout Monday Mr llollidny Says ho lion a good rig now1l Tho Mimes Putnam returned to Boron Tnmliiy They have boon r visiting in Ohio anti Illinois Mla Young who won tho prize on to the best lady rider by the IJorta Fair Amen at the IJoron Fair lout week linn been tho gun t of Dr stnIamong q Fred Cunnings tho hisvacationlos Hall will anon take Ills itinerary iucludcH tho principal p pohiU of interest in tho east viiro leis homo fc lop Ux ht WeakLungs i BronchitisIe ti roc over tfW doctors r MVC fnilorscu Aycrs Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak jtings Bronchitis con You can trust a rncdjcjne hie fos dQoor ap prpYPt TllPn trust this the next 1 you have a hard cough r 1lairdIHomh HIT rr r llarxHtH t iXJI lT tAr reoLownNw6 I AUo maufotur ra of Il1lJersS4RS ARILUI A rerPiKekeep the bowels regular AM vNtatabl mired entl laxative ALL LEATHERSALL STYLES ALL ONE PRICE S3601 yuu why they nnd oeoeoeoeoeoOSOeoeoeoeo window Church Clara Cnnfiold goon away on his vacation thin week and will lw gone for a month Ho will visit Lilohliuld Ohio Mwwrn Green nnd Langfollor Huron Fair conc IonisU stay that thoy land big sales and a good liberal profit margin Krnaflt Shook ley wan quite ill Monday sad it was feand he would Imvo prulongml triage but te around again being able to be nt work Mejwra Iowis and ncofiold wont to Mallory on their wheels lost Sunday and look jsoino good piutitrefl with their kodaks- Cotiffidornblo oxoitomont wtw onus wl at tho Koran Fair last Friday Bflwnoon by tho attemplLxl esaapo of a priwoiror Jim Iwikw of Jnokmn oounty who wan nrrtwtwl by Gon cral Dopnty Collector Short of Hiohtnond asMlHlwl by Squire Vm I JoliiiMJii of Ikiroa on tho clmrgo of Nulling whlskto without n govorn mont liconne Tho prisoner was being takpn from tho Fair grounds when ho plunged into the crowd with thu olliwrs close on his heels Whoii tho prlranor got frwt of tho prowd the olllcoru sent some london miiwlcfl after him Ho was badly wotindml and after a chase of a half milo ho surrendered It is said nearly twontyfivo men look part in tho chaso after Lakes and many idiots woro fired Tho incident hap pened during tho races and created qnito n stir Tents woro overturn ed fenetw wore broken down and ninny children wore knocked down and injured in tho melee Lakes was taken to Richmond whoro ho was incarcerated in jail It is said he nerved n term in the penitentiary for killing n man in Jackson county It is to bo regretted that this affair should happen at our fair which was conducted nnllno mmagomcnjAtlN her homo loot weok on account of tho precarious illness of nor father prizpfromwore ontorwl at the llgron ndr Mf Onnflill ill ohiletl aver qucccas of lllP I I Mr and Mr8vLlmlsloy loft last week for Corning N thoy willsfond a month with relatives n n d friendsDr Hubbell expects to bo away part of this week In connection with business of tho college In Williams burg of which ho has boon chosen the president Prof Remold ratujnefl from his vueatlan let J1I1l8 says ho hat n sjildnilld trip but IRlnt to be with nerca friends agnlnO- Mr Kari fll lnk of the Ticrea News Is contemplating a trip to Ills home In Illinois to spend hh vacation with lilt parents Mr Sjilnk will lrqhll- go Uusy The this WC9kInuiRic the Inm have boon Indrfutlgnblo In tholr practising and Uio result of this was manifested by tho good music heard at tho Pair Mr Shockloy ot tho Fnnn Ham Is now taking ltiit vacation Ho expects to BO away this week A gooc8qunro piano for sale or rent nt OhrianmuX the furniture luau Parties desiring ur rent sowing machines for a month or moro can got aomo at R IT Ghrismaua Fur uituro store 0000808008080080800-o o College Items 0- o 0 o HERE AND THERE 0 00800000080800008 A letter latent July 28th from L snysLtanschool teaching with an attendance of from fifty to sixty Ho expects to bo In College next winter Ho encloses resolution adopted by the Teachers Institute of Perry county and ordered sent to tho Citizen for publication Tho main substance of these resolutions is printed undeJ Perry county news on pago eight amid is worth rending Other mall lutes would do well to adopt similar resolutionsMiss writes from Boolhbay Mo that she is enjoying a good rest on time seashore O M Simpson leaves for Will iamaburg today on tho afternoon train John Mann who has been visiting Beroa friends loaves this week for Curtis Neb whoro ho assumes charge of tho Musical College Mr Mann attended school hero Earl B Clark writes that ho is looking forward to his work again this fall term in school Olla Penn of Illinois will bo in school again this fall A M Itoss in spending the sum mer in Owsloy county in the Amcr Sunday School union work and good reports como of his work Much goodwill no doubt bo done Dr C S Mason of the Cincinnati V M C A is visiting in Berea this week While hero ho will make n flue trip out whore ho will speak at meetings near by Prof Dinsmore arrived from tho East Friday noon Prof Dodge delivered very fine dlflcourso at tho Union Church Sab bath morning- A letter from B P Allen 05now cashier of the Bluff City Bank Bluff onJoyIng says1Voall feel tatter especially Marguerite CnsoyCoulltyinstitute of Boyle Garranl and Lin cola Counties Taking advantage of tho moonlight 1llArty of student flffil College work are Including Mwmrt Thomson Pat ton Bert Slmdoln Howler Misses Wolf Clirliiimn Pickering Marsh went to Jlobtowti In the Auburn taut IrMay owning where they attended the Sunday School Convention of the IteplbH Church Colored of that place The party left about 630 p m from Prof Lowts house Lunch was served on time green sward some distance from Uarea by the young lad IM of the narty After partaking of tho sumptuous lunch they went to Uio colored church wljero tho convention was In Houston Considerable Interest was found by tho members of theparty tn tho proceedings of Uio con vention They ware nil deeply Im pressed with the sincerity shown by the colored people assembled at tho church It was deplored that time would not permit staying longer be oauBo nil would doubtless bo Inter ested In the sermons which were to follow The return trip to Beroa In cluded the Little Horn nnd wasmuch enjoyed Ernest Wiggins of Richmond who worked In the College Printing De partment last year lint a narrow es RogIsterwas Investigating a leakage In the gas nt the office whore ho Is working rllll1l81nndbeen reported out of danger oflthelast week ClirUllnti niul CommunUm A good text for a short discussion of this subject iq funilp t by tho following llfctn em a tho Citizen n few 11 ngoi Jno W Settle null family former residents of Boron have made their homo In Maine for the past five years tho latter two of which hero boon spent with with people of a Chrlstirli Heel in Shiloh whoro thoy have nil yeartheyHomo Tlio 6011t year they super- utPlltlt n large Black farm tThey gave in all their personal property to the church receivo no wages for work anti have no money giveitApr Settle whoso heart once know wo limit to prejudice to this ro Vgiou has boon won over to the faith Hump Back I ahumpa amongthe It soft bow I defies Mid bone consumption Send for Ine Sam pie SCOT It nOWNK Cb mlol 4HI S arl New Vork soc mad ttaa all droccbt and she now writes of the beauty the harmony mid the perfect joy of the united service of tho Christian people dnilybreadThis Shiloh colony is one of a great number of such communities which have been started lasting for a little while and then failed for some reason or other ever since time early Christ ians tried tho experiment described in the book of Acts Tho principle of such attempts so far us it is that of helping ono another loving ones trustingGodono Why then have such attempts al ways failed and why is this in Shiloh Me sure io fail sooner or later There aro two reasons Tho first is because that such things ore out of harmony with the rest of tho business world and not arranged so as to com plete with it Tho second is that when one joins such a colony the feel ing of individual responsibility for ones self andcertain othersoues family is weakened andoneis not so careful or so energetic in making pro Aision for present or future needs And there is in almost everyone a certain amount of laziness which must bo counteracted by this foeliugof respon helptheirthus giving up their property and responsibility for looking out for themselves There should bo a great deal more cooperation nnd a groat deal less selfishness among Christ lane but communistic settlements cannot bring this about THE MARKETS I1 Grain Provisions Eta- Chicago Auff L epool1brande COlJWIfrlSoMayUiifU9oMarSeptemberRYEnuled dull and steady on the early call Receipt were 10 cars Sep aneDlb19Q3toEOaaFlrm Fresh eggs at mark new primOntTurkeyperduck IIOIIH Now York Aue r- FXURBteadr but quiet Winter U50Igrades J1WUUo VHBAT8teody September WHCWSc j May846B641taUYENomlnal CORNLower September ESTiOaHe Live Stook TCATTLE 816044Wvreatorn range teen JI004MOO good to yearliege choice feeder tinmti good cutting to lair beet cows KWfitM fair to choice stockers tOOQXPO bulls common to good U 0410 bulls good to choice tl10 et40 calves fair to good 1X000600 calve good to choice 0100700- IIOO3 Steady Good to cholco butcher- UCUCG good to choice shipping KKQ 88S good to choir heavy mixed 86204 HO rough and heavy packer t5TCGG10i right8LIoQe7ogood to cholco pigs t5I58Cli Omaha Neb Aug 7 I CATTL Market active strong and lOo higher Native steers tlOOQlOO cow and heifer IL7S0410 western teen W009 400 Texa steer I17SQ415 cow and heifer 82AOQl75 canners LOO1J276j stocker and feeders t2TOfJlzO WOOS M bulls and stags tl CNOO 000USpigs tS60S CS bulk of sales t515flCSO hlltherYearllnglewes t400047S lamb t825a760 Bargain in Renl Pretty four room cottage garden lOCUllto foot on Prospect street 5ftQ per month B 1 Ambrose Prospect street Boron Ky 1 I YrKrrkkKkkrttkK1tPKrrtrarrtFor i 0 I Rent Cheap A nice little Vh House of four CottageI t Depot Street III Q D HOLLIDAY S ioltmit stk7lrtSrtItltSlltsthilttRtaA Q WANTRD by Chicago wholesale and mall order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experi once required Spare time valuable Write nt once for full particulars anti enclose selfaddressed envelope Ad dress GENEIIAL MANAGER 3i E lake St Chicago TO CURt A corn IN ONE DAY Tate MXATIVK BROMO Quinine Tablet Drareltt refund money If It fail to cure K W UKO VKHiiianatureUoqeacn tax sac 3 BORAX It is as easy for borax to make hard water soft as it is for twenty mules to pull a heavy load Does other things toomakes flannels laces and other hard to wash things soft and clean with the least work Sold in pound and half pound packages C The Porter Drug Co INCOBPOHATED Young ManCreate I 1Ithe U S = =The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston Ia I H C Woolf Agent I 080080080080800808080000C80 O0800080808 I Special Sale I o on Straw Hats 0 S o o- We find that we are overstocked on all kinds df srS special prices o o o 25 Cent Straw Tints Special Salo price 10 eta S GOU IiU u U tt 30 S 75 1 u u u n 50II 0 0 100I u It 1 70 N 0 i 5I tr 1 ii 08re e 110o0 200I 158 0 0 2GOr II tr I 170 g o They will not last long at these low prices o Come early and get your pick at a bargain before they are gone It is our aim to stand close to the buying public in all their needs Visit us when in want of in the 00Respectfully 0 o 0 I The New Cash Store a Harris Rhodus dt Co BEREA KV i otgotoeoroto oiolofofo OObO0808080 08o10 r- I KENTUCKY CLAY I Will Bo Tested With a View To Introduction In the Arts Lexington KyT IL Fisher of Parkorarlllo Pa is In this city for the purpose of investigating and test Ing a peculiar kind of clay which he says Is found nowhere except this put ot Kontucky and the entire do posit is contained in a belt about fifty miles in width and several hundred miles in length Tho purpose to which Mr Fisher expects to put this clay It tho toot is satisfactory is tho manu facturing of a washing powder and a largo plant will be established la this city for tho purpose of refining and purifying tho day It to a well known tact that in the mountains whore this slay appear upon tho aur face the natives non it instead of lime for whitewashing their MH8II valac no aMi 4k al frost1a MOaj yrr LITHOQRAPH OF ROOSEVELT j Shot Full of Holea By Mad Youth Who Tells of President Awful Deed nawesTllIe KyAttor taking a ple tot and going at midnight to a night bars barn and unloading the contents at a lithograph of President Boosovoir Eatlll House one of Hancock eountya most prominent young men boa boon adjudged Insane and token to the Hop kinarllle insane asylum Hid Insanity beau OB only ono point He stated to a jury that President Roosevelt and ono George Froomaa have combined and have an electric maehlno which they apply to the top of his head and suck too bralna cud blood out Ot hid head House made two trips to the barn both times unloading his pistol at the fleUUdus Teddy aad waa taken feme by aeigfcban Heuoe talks tea Jbly oa nay cOie petal l1e ti not tiIUtttk4 Is hva L y4 TheCitizen fa family newspaper for all that is right Itrue and Interesting J rublithrd every Thursday at Urn Kj I BEREA PUBLISHING CO E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates rATABLE IN ADVANCE One Year ii ro Hi Months bVbnt dentassen-dmoney by 1otlofte or lUpro Mosey Order nraft Rectetere tetter or sac and IIrrnt lam SThe dale atter your name on fatal Laws to what dale yoar MibecripHan in MM UaiPatchanged three alter imewat aottfy us are Mating numbers will be gladly applied 111 Beautiful picture given as premiums new aulacrtbte- Uberaltermsglcnloony who obtain new ubctptlon for ua Any one aerating us four earlyaubaedpilofI can receive The atiien fire himself toe one year Ad vet Using rare on application Dreyfus want out of tbo army a captain end returns as a major However not many mon will delib erately Bolecl his means of securing promotion LA Cleveland woman la suing foTHP irorce because her 18yearold husband mokes cigarettes She might to have made him show his fingers before she Parried hire 1 A sea serpent has been captured dear blttle Neck L I As Its re iportcd length Is only seven feet In stead of seven miles the story do ifiorvcs some credence Not until we shall have authentic information to the effect that the American razor has made a place for Itself In that country shall we bc Jievo that reform has taken a real hold on Russia rOno thing that causes the czar to wonder about the safety of his crown Is that he never knows when he goes to bedat night what section of his navy Is making faces at him when ie wakes In the morning nof the big railroad companies of the United States recently placed In Paris a loan o 50000000 There are roports to the effect that another railroad corporation Is seeking to negotiate a similar loan The money In both cases Is for betterments demanded by Increased apd In creasing traffic It does not look as though tlio railroads which are pretty good barometers anticipate any serious setback to the prevailing pros jwrlty IDr Cnlmette and M C Guerin of the Pasteur rQ8Utulo of Lille France bavo Just communicated to the French ATbadomy of Sciences there suIts of experiments in vaccinating lNltslThethat If they cause a calf or kid to jjsallov st if days jafcrrni two I i and 26 centigrams of eil bacilli of tuberculosis or bacilli of weak vitality the animal becomes a proof agalast iBfeetlesB of freak bo Wino tuberculosis Hainan beings have i Trot yot ben experimented on with the virus but it Is thought that nay prove effective ItI Mr Haldane the British ml t f war has had his attention strongly directed to the one defect In the army system that is that It turns a dis charged soldier into the world at an agowhen ho has lost his adaptive TCSS and vihon without a trade he Cnds himself at A great disadvantage tin competing with younger men Therefore Mr Haldano has appoint trainingJt is believed that something can be Jfonnd In this way which will bo bet Iter for the ox soldier than the pres ent system The extension or manual training co that evory bpy would have an opportunity to fit himself for a trade would make the problem of parents theajobswastingTw quajlfylug themselves for work as Journeymen should be given a chance to prepare themselves for their life iwork The great number of youths anxious to take advantage of thd op jwrtunlty offered by the Carnegie schools proves the need jCold tubs for doss lelbC latest by- slcnic rule in Germany It has been idscovtrgd that dogs contract cer cominunlcatoProm this fact tho necessity of clean lncss and frequent washing is deducted Special bathing establish merits for dogs wUh specially con- structedbathp to obilate tubs oroth pbjectpatrorIcedisDresden IfA Kansas City hasrefuse to pteaU1at marriedjyicourt were not established for the i jmrjoso of affording relief to people who Vfl merely golly IAa Jf1S rlJ poper thinks It would AAV beep a brilliant thing If the I 1nt1aljdltoJ had married o roregn mal1 Thb lady 45j3arnpPFepQugh t6snpport ltnylira r Rl THE PAST AND PRESENT Oo to no to now ye tha ray The pat was better than today The sky it wears at soft a blue As formerly It used to do And Sol comes forth with strength f prime As eplendtd as in ancient time And 4Hibe ms hide among the dew Fair jewels aa they used to do The tyrant Winter has Its sway But so It had In former dayAnd Spring comes forth all glad and new As lovely as ahe used to da And Summer doth her fruits bestow And gives her flowers to high and low And bids the birds to sing as gay As ever In a former day The sliver morn with misty wail Reflects at night the same sweet tale The tale for ages she has told As calm and placid as of old Beneath her soft her silver light Tho lovers vow and give their plight And Cupid has not lost the art To throw successfully hla dart Is It of men that you would say The put was better than todayT It you will look for clearer light This truth will glean before your sight That Goodness has not lost her power That Klndneaa has as sweet a Slower And Piety Is just aa broad As when the earth our fathers trod Oo to go to no longer say The past was better than today Put by this thought oh grumbling clan And live for God and fellowman It rach wilt faithfully dd his part With willing hand and zealous heart No aute will any find to say The pat was better than today Anna D Walker In Christian Work THE GRAFTERS aY FRANCIS LYNDB iCorrrtebt MM by It fiabbtXtrrUl Cojf CHAPTER I ASHES OF EMPIRE In point of age Gaston the strenuous was still no more than a lusty infant among the cities of tbo brown plain when the boom broke and the Junto was born though Its beginnings as a halt camp ran back to the daysof tho later Mormon migrations across the thirsty plain to that day when the ad vanced guard of Zopbar Smiths ox train dug wells In the damp sands of Dry creek and called them the waters of Merom Later one Jethro SImsby a Mor mon deserter sot up his rod and staff on tbe ianks of the creek homesteaded a quartersection of the sagebrush plain and In due time came to be kingIWestern Pacific searching for tank Stations in a land where water was te8and hard to come by drove their stakes along the north line of the quartersection and having named their last station Alphoose christened this one Gaston From the stakedriving of the engi neers to the spikedriving of the track layers was a full decade For hard times overtook the Western Pacific at Midland City SO miles to tbe east I ward while the state capital two j days broncojolting west of Dry creek I had railroad outlets In plenty and no newcomerIcloud Pacific succeeded in placing its exten earthIline to the west Within a Sundayless I month the electric lights of the night shift could be seen and when the wind was right the shriek of the loco motive whistle could be heard at Dry creek and In this interval between dawn and daylight Jethro Slmsby sold I his quartersection for tho nominal sum I of 2000 spot cash to two men who buckboarded In ahead of tho tracklay ers This purchase of the JlazyS ranch by Hawk and Guilford marked the modest beginning of Gaston the marvelous By the time the temporary sidings were down and the tank well was dug In the damp sands It wad her alded far and wide that the Western Pacific would mako the city on the banks of Dry creek a city consisting as yet only of tbe Slmsby ranch shacks Its western terminus Thereupon followed one of the senseless rushes that populate the waste places of tho earth and give the professional city builder his reason for being In a fort night after the driving of the silver spike tho dusty plain was dotted with the blackroofed shelters of the Argonauts and by Ibe following spring the plow WItS furrowing the cattle ranges in everwidening circles and Gaston lad voted a bond loan of 300000 to pave its streets Then under the forced draft of skillful exploitation three years of high pressure passed qnlckly years named by the promoters the period of development In the Year One the very heav eps smiled and tbe rainfall broke the record of the oldest Inhabitant Thus t wordaridthe picturesque fictions of tbe pros I pectus makers were miraculously jua titled In Year Two there was less rain but still an abundant crop and Jethro Slmaby drifting In from some jinnamed frontier of a new cowcqun i ryv saw what he had missed took to drub and that himself In the lobby of the UdContlnent hotel an or oatpji firvBtoried brlclcandterracott structure JBtanding precisely upon tAe Iteiol the I jJlatrS branding corral r It was In this sans Y cr Two the fame of the latest of western Meccaa for young men having penetrated to the provincial backgrounds of New Hamp shire that David Kent came By virtue of his diploma and three years of country practice In tbe New Hampshire country town where his father before him had read Blackstone and Chitty he had his window on the fourth floor of the Fnrqubar building lettered Attorney and Counselor at Law but up to the day In the latter part of the fateful Year Three when tbo overdue crash came he was best known as a reckless plunger in real estate this mind you at a moment when every third man counted his gains In front feet and was shouting himself hoarse at the dally brassband salesWhen the bottom fell out In the au tumn of the Year Throi Kent fell with It though not altogether as far or as hard as many another One of his pre fessional holdfasts it was the one that afterward became the broad tackle In the famine timewas his position as local attorney for tho rail way company By reason of this he was Among the first to have a hint of the impending cataclysm The West ern Pacific after so long a pause on tho banks of Dry creek had floated Its second mortgage bonds and would presently build on to the capital leav- Ing Gaston to waystation quietude Therefore and wherefore Kent was not lacking in native shrewdness or energy Ho foresaw not the pliable bubbleburst which en sued indeed but the certain and In evitable end of the speculative era Like everyone else he had bought chiefly with promises to pay and the paper In the three banks aggregated a sum rqual to a frugal New Hamp shire competence How long have I gotwas the laconic wire he sent to Loring the socretary of the Western Pacific Advisory Board In Boston from whom his hint had come And when Lorlng replied that the grading and track laying contracts wore already award ed there was at least ono long on the Gaston real estate exchange who wrought desperately night and day to unload As It turned out the race against time was both a victory and a defeat On tho morning when the Dally Clarion sounded the first note of public alarm David Kent took up the last of hip bank promlsestopay and transferred TIIAT BRINGS US A LITTLE SEAR Htt TO Till THINGS THAT BEAND YOUR PROSPECTS DAVII HOV ARB YOU FIXED HERB his final mortgaged holding In Gaston realty When It was done he locked himself in his once in tbe Farquhar building and balanced the account On leaving the New Hampshire country town to try the new cast for fortune In tho golden west ho had turned hie small patrimony Into cash some 10000 of It To set over against the tilll of exchange for this amount which he had brought to Gaston a year earlier there were aclean name a few hundred dollars in the bank six lots bought and paid for In one of the Gaston suburbs and a vast deal of experienceKent kin hands through his hair opened the checkbook and hastily filled out a check payable to himself for the remaining few hundreds When he reached the Apache National on the corner of Colorado aril Texan streets he s the 127th mart In tho queue which extended around the corner and doubled back and forth In crossstreet to the stoppage of all traffic The announcement in tbe Clarion had done Its work and the baleful flower of panic which Is the jugglers rose for quickgrowing pos sibilities was filling the veiy air of the street with its acrid perfumethe tho scent of all others that soonest drives men mad Major James Gullford the presi dent of the Apache National was In the cage with the sweating paying tellers and It was to him that Kent pre rented his check when his turn came What You too Kent said the president reproachfully I thought you bad more backbone Kent shook his head Gaston has absorbed nlnetenthe of the money i brought hero Ill absorb the remaining tenth myself If its just the same to you Major Thank you And the 127th man pocketed his salvage from the wreck rnd fought his way out through the jam at the doors Two hours farther along IB the forenoon tho Apache National sue pended payment and the bank exam iner was wiredfor For suddenees and thoroughgoing completeness the Gaston bubbleburst r ing was a record breaker For a week ands day there was a frantic struggle for enlargement and by the expira lion of a fortnight the life was pretty well trampled out of the civic corpSe aud the stench lIeD to arise i FKgbl upon any terms then became Ihe order of the day and If the place had been suddenly plaguesmitten the panicky exodus could scarcely have been more headlong Kent stayed partly because a local tttorney for the railroad was as neces t try In Gaston the bereaved as In Gas ton tho strenuous partly also because he was a student of his kind and tho broken city gave him labor atory opportunities for the study of human nature at Its worst lie marked the raising of tho black flag as the Gaston castaways getting sorrily afloat ono by ono cleared their decks for action Some Bluebeard ad mtral there will always bo for such stressful occasions and David lent standing asldo and growing cynical day by day laid even chances on Hawk the exdlstrlct attorney on Major Guilford and on ono Jasper G Ducks sometime mayor of Gaston the Irides centAfterward he was to learn that he bad underrated tho gifts of the former mayor For when the famine time WItS fully come aid there were no more argosies drifting Gastonward for the bucanters to uck and scuttle It was Jasper G Ducks who called a con ferenco of his fellow werwolves set forth his new east for fortune and brought the Junto the child of sheer desperation fiercely at bay into be IngIt was In the autumn of that first cataclysmic year that Secretary Lor Ing traveling from Boston to the state capital on a mission for the West era Pacific stopped over a train with Kent After a rather dispiriting dinner in the deserted MIdContlnen cafe and some plowing of the field or recollection In Kents rooms In the Farqtthar building they took the deserted street In the golden twilight to walk to the railway station It was a decent thing for you to do stopping over a train with me Grantharn said the host when the five squares Intervening bad been half measured I have had all kinds of a time out here in this Godfonmken desert but never until today anything approaching a chummy hour with a man I know and care for Kent had not spoken since they had felt their way out of the dark lower ball of the Farquhar building tp is tbla point the talk had been poh4ly reminiscent of the men of tbiilr first university year of mutual friwds In tin faraway Gods ewin try to eastward of tbe Gaitoatan epic of ail things sore only twothe ox llts exit for fortune In the untamed weal and one other UM brings us a little nearer to the thtnr that beand to your prospMte Dud said the guest now are 101 find here Ktnt shrugged Cation is dead as you eee toe deii to bury Wily dont you get out of It oboe I shall some day pertain Up to date there has been no pteco to go to aid no good way to airtve Like Boese thousand of others Ive made an ass of myself here Lorlnc By corning you mesa Oh I dont knew about that You have had some- btud knocks I take It bit If you are late sAme David Kent I used to know they have made a bigger man of you TJiluk 60T Id bet on It We have bad tbe flastrm epic done out for us In the ecwpapers No man could live through such an experience as you tnuut have had without growing a few inches Hello Whats this A turned corner had brought them In front of a lighted building in Texas street with a straggling crowd gath ered about the portleotd entrance As Loring spoke thure was a rattle of snare drums followed by the dum dum of the baM and a brass band ramped out the opening measures of a campaign march It Is a rally said Kent when they had passed enough beyond the zone of bral throated clamorlngs to make the reply audible I told you that the Gaston wolfpack had gone Into politics We are in tho throes of a state election and there Is to bo a political speechmaking at the opera house tonight with Bucks in the title role Anti there is a fair measure of the deadness of the town I When you see people flock together like that to hear a brass band play it means one of two things that the town hasnt outgrown the country village stage or else it has passed that and all other stages and ts wall on Its way to the cemeteryThat Is ono way of putting It La rIng rejoined If things are as bad as that its time you were movlnr on dont you think I guess so was the lackluster re pone Only I dont know where to go or what to do when I got there They were crossing the open square in front of the wideoaved passenger station A thunderous tremolo dom inating the distant band music thrilled nn the still air and tho extended arm of the station semaphore with Its two dangling lanterns wagged twice My train said Loring quickening his stop No Kent corrected It Is a spa ciao from the west bringing a Ducks crowd to the political rally Number Tluee isnt due for 10 minutes yet and the is always late They mounted the steps of the sta tion platform In Good time to meet tho threecar special as It came clattering In ever the switches and pres ently found themselves jn the thick of the crowd of debarking rally crs It was o mixed masculine multitude fairly typical of time place and occasion stalwart men of the sqll for the greater part bearded and bronzed and oughclotbcd with hero and there a annrliler In picturesque leathern straps sagging pistols and wide Slapped sombrero Lorln stood aside and put up his JllarjIt purls Maturations and be was finding the spectacle both instructive and diverting Looking to Kent for fellow- shipI he saw that his companion was holding himself stiffly aloof also he remarked that none of tho boisterous partisans flung a word of recognition- in Kents dlroctlon Dont you know any of them he askedKents reply was lost In the deep rheoted bullbellow of a cattleman from Hlo Blanco Hold ou a minute boys before yen scatter Line up hero and lets the three cheers and a tatltwlstaf for next eryIbodyThe ripping crash of the cheer I jarred Lorings eyeglasses from their hold and he replaced them with a smile Four times the earsplitting shout went up and as the echoes of tho tiger trailed off Into silence the stentorian voice was lifted again Good enough Now then three groans for the land syndicates alien mortgagees and the Neaten Pacific railroad by grabs and to hell with em I The responsive clamor was a tblni to be acutely remembered sustained longdrawn vindictive a nervewrench Ing pandemonium of groans yelping and catcalls in tho midst of which the partisans shuffled Into Iwee marching order and tramped avay town wardThat answers your question doesnt IU said Kent smiling sourly If not I can let It out for you la words The Western Pacific Is the fcesthattd corporation this side of the Missis sippi and I am Its loral attorney- I dont envy you said Lorlng 1 had no Idea the opposition irystallni itself In any such concrctn 111 will You must have the wbolo weight ot public sentiment against yuu In any railroad litigation I do said Kent simply If every complainant agalntt MS hid the right to pack his own jury we couldnt fare worse What Is at the bottom of ItT lilt our pricking of the Gaston bubble by building on to the capital Oh no Its much men personal to these shouters As you may or may not know our lineilke every tarIIfftko country accordingly Bet wo are forgetting your train Skull we coI and tee how late It IsT- rr Be Contlmsxl SHE DODGED THE PLEDGE C aldul Brink the Win I 114 II un Her Cake and At II Sirs C A Barwlie praaMwt of the Boys Welcome Hall Btvoetatfen ot Brooklyn to an enthastaatlc advocate of temperance Tke oilier day rabies He Ninv York TrlNHne Yp tHM ot kyjMcrtoy In the temperance Move meat she said I hope there an not assay of HI to whom the spirit of the tMtpenM pledge means so little as It dM to a certain Seoltteh woman Tkto woman hud made a TOW HtI to drink liquor sad a day or two alter the vow she supped at a friends hoMo In those days temperance WM not eowraofl In Scotland and at tie sapper wine was passed about Ilfct tea The new temperance convert looked at the wine longingly Her boetfM said Im e cease drink a temIperuteon plate a piece of cake She sold toIIIAweel just pour It on my cake and Ill eat It nretvaome resent There is a strange custom prevalent among the old fishermen and hand loom weavers of Glrvan Scotland The Industries of the town ore feet decaying only a very few weavers be- Ing kept busy now so the younger generation have to migrate in search of fresh fields When the grownup sons and daughters have been sve coMful In their new spheres often at the other side of tile world thrir thoughts are busy with the auld folkn A very common prevent to the latter is that of a certificate giv ing the right to be burled In the old church yard Thus their parents last resting place is secured and so own mon is the custom that only to a stranger does Its grewsomcnuu appeal The old people tell of tho BOMosclon tbankfullarblcagoDally How n Itniilnn Soldier Died In a retreat during the Crl noun war a wounded soldier was dragging him self along In great pain Ito com modes In deep sympathy sail You are sugaring too much Do yr j want us to cad your pain Shall re bury you I wish you would io an Bwered They set to work und dug r I grave Ho laid himself dowa std wal burled alive The general who beard of It afterwards said to the soltlers He must have suffered terribly they answered Oh no we stimied the earth down with our teetWolldWork Jose a Word Apropos of the 00th birthday of the Baroness Burdctt Coutts It Is recalled that at one time It was cuirently re ported that the great duke of Welling ton wanted hfr for a wife When tbe report reached the Waterloo hero he made this comment I said Miss An gela BurdettCoutts deserved to bo a duchess not that I would mako her one On hearing what tho famwii soldier Mid Miss BurdeUCoutta r marked quietly I think lib grh should have could instead o- fwouldLondon Mall Parable of theI Two Sons i Sunday School LeiioulorAuf121936 SrWalr Prepared fu Ibis Ptper p JK8HON TRXTLuko liU8 Mem OOfURNIrxTneturn unto me Milth taw Iordttal 111 TIMK January A D 10 probably Mt long after last lewr- PLACEetuewhee In lera br a JordAn srniiTlfiR ILRP nMca rlal s rP- eapreued dHire roe of aa nea Kx 8c on efA I Itlib ta pal Mt Pea bill Ntll lII Me I T 11a 411 Jer O late I Lain afs P Ifowt US f11 IMarl tar u I UkUftIS Jobs sae UctfII ra tC 7 Ilvv 1 at Lola Comment and Suggestive Thought r+ V 11 lie Jews A certain UUaehad two tons The father lieN rOf 0 resent God All men are Ills chll dren V 12 The portion of good thuti falleth to we This aeoordlng to law would bo onethird of tho falhtrt ee tats i V 13 Gathered all together lie ax changed all hfc property for jewel or money which could be cosily carried Not many days after toot a Journey To some city GerttUH Ate oxaudrla or Rome WIItObO- otl l ving Sprat all ho had InJlag iKSMre The very Gods gifts leads many to forte ttttotTer end wonder off to the far country of lrgetrtlnww of God V 14 Spent all Tills dM not take long A mighty famine A senou- when trope failed and greet teawttyj of fool ensued Began to be In want Ho now Wasted for friends as will as for toed and shelter V it Joined himself to a ettlM lie hued hlmfolf out to one of tilt tn habitAnts of that far Country V 18 No own pave unto blMMXo one re him proper Toed hose to h wIV IT Cans to blmI not JUterto bv n trunlo lilnvieW tin w rmatneow The sinner Is week URw Ilei insane men V it I will arise and BO Oe to a yeatltItoday Too many ratotrd to otMstf earl do right lomorraw r thor 11tkava siBMd Title young man ws s irright In reaolrtnt to camlcos bis ills rather than tell of kto wlMry Anan c haven Against Uw fled Of lUuxu MM injure ouncJvoi and ether IaIt to mti t bitterly to IHr rttgnnn ie lUll r to directed mUisM dJda ui vt boua4lcs love V ru Cum to bJot fubtik CIKK lowjJ his father 1Cu + great V 91 Ha apparently hurry warn ttt ass Ia ttlgkt of home a If he ti 11 Mt eelaIs to proceed tits IMHT saw ilia The father hulhea utix only looking for his wm a iwturn 1- 1eM him willie ho wet + teat agnut dlsianc Though the wan firer rlIt Fathrahovedraws hiss to take ihe t1 stop tuwlldjreturn V 21 The win eii ef Henintej kin cotJ jion ljc u u the Ia tB r3 rurlui wrl iDe K ar hts Irtcourac to say anew Katkor tsrQ OcJ 417 ImeltM The best robe 1 r ch rar trkept If raotirn tiiU OhoKls fr J honored gwats A IQ IIIoIJ f bit worn Oftly by K f n man alb These dsBilncuiKhi fcim from II ants who wore uo h et V s The frttd all One tejlt la eke stall to bIJ used on rime x F ors orciutoa Io to worry s 4 v n On Uw sinner eonvcrstoQ lAortt Is Joy In the WhWs heart Jy f I throughovt Karen and ataoni Ho t dt In t I Ykitvi testes the tact Ural situ wits to In ale z- III dead 1cMCMOO Aauthrr MMroMtTe of UM a nncrs stake V II la the geld Aiusxllut to his duties as OToneer of Ira pace i This elder ton of tin POI rible rope Mat the Pkalbenl or JP uV day MM all formal rallglontoU of our day buU- In tHe eoldpana oj his heart and lig i MlltoincM of toJli- rIV 3 6 17 Called one of tbe nerv A loving trustful ton wmij have hastened In to Join m UM fwtu I Ills feeling sora UMt wh never was going on under the fathers eye WJH I right V M He wad nntay Not a pass Ing passion but deelloted wraiti filled his heart Vs 10 18 Do I servo the Ills very word Indicated that be hall wrought with the spirit of a stove not a son Never gayest nw A ItfU with my friends It Is by no means probable ho had over wanted to Rive a social font Ho WM pots tho kind of man to have frienkor carD for sodal pleasures V SI Son A more tender word In the original It might bo rendered my dear son All Is these It would have been unseemly for md to make you a feast when all Uw prop J erjy is your own for you to do wltla O M14 as you please 1 Practical Points V 11 We have been endowed with c privileges and belonging v to God himself Gen127v r V 12 Not all his gifts can cotngen p sate to a soul for the loss of God him Jl selfLuke 1215 V 13 Solfwlll lends men far from GOdEph212V dallies with sin sobhrv finds himself Inseparably bound to fHorn Ii 17io t V 1C One may lookin a for I compassion fromtJ1ls compaafeaa SIitin JTOY 1111I t tt THE MYSTERY There shall U two In the no1 the one hali kt tAKen and the other IUJattfctw Mtv cO late the lull of date grotsInto mArlcnineTKn hasten en None hear hla raiment tlrllt one Is gone lie eulli the great and IutJWnrvUic sad those who feast ItepJChlll p KWM whyNemoWe may bet with a ugh UMQtatp our han4i- QWti In MX hand he brlnltllf khg1laupersJeaM drop the rbe sad crown- Aad fer tills girt of his IIschaneeAJM1 Itapt Mill and trance INrth It a mritrrr Ufe asvee ne one Hi key srrjTirtfWhat dv he calt us 10rWhen we are genet i What brine he ta our view 8uiM t or dawn W D N In Chkttco Dally Tribune j THE GRAFTERS 2J- yfRANCI5 LYNDE tourIaetinaey n B tk Wtrtll c M CHAPTER II A MAN OK TUB PHOIMB Train Number Three the Western Wyer was late as Kent bad predicted Just bow late Ute operator could not tell sad pending the ehalklagup of Its arriving time on the bulletin board the two men Ml OB an empty bsggag truck and smoked IB companionable si Ictxo While they waited I orlngs thoughts were tasty with mamy things friendly toUde for the exile Mrrlac as the relit of departure lie knew wbat a liaadfMt friend Wight knew how Kent hAd Mlaked hbi posUgraduata count In tile law and bad Cce44ed to 1i14 lathers asap practice in the New llaMiioblre county town where be wa horn and bred Mme bot knew bow feats frtMda eoHe e frlrada who knew Ida RIfts aid ability lied d Tlcated Ute burial and be bla lf had len rartoua emoRfe to pay Rent a visit to spy out tile re ann why On their Ant ereolnc together lu the stuffy little law oOre wblrh bad ben hie fathers Kent bad trade a dean treeet of It there was a ycronc wo roan la the ae aid a alee paaaed before pent had gone to collage She wne a farmers dattghtrr with no notion for a change of eartretiBtent wherefore she bad determined Kents carter and the scene ef It laying Its lino In the narrow field of her own UioaalBC Later aa Lori g haew the sentlIt mental anchor had dragged WM bopelMMly holding rNItnaJ The young woman had Mali tIM Ulatuo Itt Xbc door of the Hnlreralty had given K nt a bad halfyear of fn ltflodln t and recrlmlMtlon and had ftnoll sade an ead of the matter by bestow log her dowry of blllalde acres oa the eon of a nelehborlng fainte- ro Thereafter Kent bad stagnated qol tly living with almnlo rigor the llfi lie had marked out for himself thankful at heart IorlnR had euii cted for fbo timely Intervention of tbe farmers sun trot holding himself woW in band rtimlnft a repetition of the Mntlnen sal offen e All thta until the opening of the summer lintel at the foot or OWCroydon and the coming c Ellac- llroretwaod No one knew suit how much MIlS Xrrntwood had to do with the long dttayed awakening of Brld Kent but ta tortes forecaatlnga she env Joy d the full benefit of tbe doubt From tramping the hills alone or vfelpptaft tbe atrmiRS for brook trout David had taken to spending his after iwcma with loverlike regularity at the CroyiKn Inn and nt the end of the eeawm bad electrified tho sleepy homo town by declaring his Intention to EC went Md grow up with the country In IxwlDga Mttlngfarth of tbe awak enl f the motive was not far to seek tiles Brentwood was ambitious and It her juiciest in Kent had been only casual Ute would not have been likely tt point him to the wider battlefield Again apart from his modest pair mony Kent had only his profession The Brcntwoods were not rich as riches measured In mllons but they lived In their own house In the Back 31ay wilderness moral In Bostons older substantial circle and In a world where eucceec economic or other is In some sort the touchstone were mcny social planes above n country lawyer Loring knew Kents flerco poverty yrldc none better Hence he was at sa loss to account for tho exiles flight efield or for his unhopeful present attitude Meaning to win trophtai to lay at Ults Brentwoods feet the present stage of tho rough Joust with Fortune found him unhorsed unweaponed and rolllcg in the dust of tho lists Lorlnc chewed hU dear reUectlvelr wishing Ids companion would open the way to free speech on tho subject yrefuraably BMrtal his heart He had a word of conjOrt negative comfort to o frr boblt might not be sfd uritl- lstint ebOIJd rl4rc IIavo by WkiBti the InHInllre Ken broke silence at last but the prompting was nothing more pertinent that tho clalklngup of tho delayed trains time An hour and twenty miniIts that means any time after nit oclock Im honestly sorry for you Qrantham sorry for anyone who has to stay In this charnelhouse of a town ten minutes after hes through What will you do with yourself Loring got up looked at his watoh and made a suggestion hoping that Kent would fall In with It I dont know Shall wo go back to your rooms nnd sit awhile The exiles eyes gloomed suddenly Not unless you Insist upon It We should get back among the relics and I would bore you Im not the man you used to know Qrantham No said Loring I shant be hypocritical enough to contradict you Nevertheless you are my host It Is for you to say what you will do with me until train time Wo can kill an hour at the rally If you like You have seen the street parade nnd heard the band play It- t only fair that you should sea the menagerie on exhibition Loring found his matchbox and made a frosh light for his cigar Its pretty evident that you and nextGovernor Bucks are on opposite sides of the political fence ho observed We are I should think a good bit less of myself than I doanti thats nccdleH lf I trained In his company Yet you will give him a chnnce to make a partisan of me Well come along Polities are not down on my western programme but Im here to see all the new things Tho Gaston opera house was n sur rival of the flush times and barring a certain tawdriness from disuse and neglect and a rather garish effect which marched evenly with the brlekand terracotta fronts In Texas street and the AmericanTudor cottages of the suburbs It was n creditable relic The auditorium was well filled In pit dress circle and gallery when Kent and his guest edged their way through the standing committee In tho foyer but by dint of careful searching they succeeded In finding two seats well around to the left with iv balcony pillar to separate them front thou nearmt neighbors Measured by tho standard of fitness for his oldie of prolocutor the man standing beside the stageproperties BKPonB lilt HAD UTTRIUHX A DO 7t EN gBKTKNCKg TIIK CIIISISFAKM LEAVEn WAS CAJIKYIKQ illS AU 1XBNCR 8TBI UY BTJH speakers tusk was worthy a seeon glance lie was dark understand trimly built with a Vaudyke beard dipped closely enough to show Uie lines of a hulldog jaw and eyes that had the gift priceless to the public speaker of seeming to hold every on looking eye In the audience Unlike his backers In the awkward semlclr ole to wore a professional long coat aud the hands that marked his smoothly flowing sentences were slim and shapely Who Is be asked Loring In an- al1e to Kent Hawk the cxdlstrlct at promoterra charter member of the Gallon wolfpack A man who would per sumlo you Into believing ID tho Impe cability of Satan In one breath an knife you lu the back for a tendollar bill la the nuxt was the rejoinder taring nodded and again became a listener Hawktf Speech was merely Introductory and it wa nearing Its peroration Follow citizens this occasion Is as auspicious as It Is significant the people rise In their might to sa to tyranny In whatsoever form It op presses them Thus far and no far ther shall thou go tho night Is far spent and the light Is breaking In the cost Since tho day when we first bega to wrest with compelling hands th natural riches from tho soil of our adoptive state political In high places backed by the might of alien corporations has ground us Into tho dust But tow the time of our deliver- anco Is at band Great movements give birth to great leaders and in this qur holy crusade ngalnst oppres sion and tyranny the crises has bred the man ladles and gentlemen I have the pleasure of presenting to you the speaker of the evening our friend and fellow citizen the Honorable Jasper G Ducts by the grace of God and your suffrages the next governor of tho state In the storm ot applause that burst upon the dramatic peroration of the exdistrict attorney n man rose from tile center of the stage semicircle and limbered heavily forward toithevfoot lghtn Ioringa fist emotion was of surprht tewperedwih pity hg iris s leader heralded by udj a a nourish of rhetorical trumpets woe a giant In sloe but with his huge figure unshapely end Illclad nil promise of greatness seemed to pause His face broadfeatured colorless and bcardloss an a boys was either a blnjiH or an Impenetrable mask There was no convlncement In tbo lackluster gaze of the small porcine eyos no elo quence In tho harsh nasal tones of the untrained voice or In the ponderous and awkward warlngs of tho beam like arms None the less befor he lend uttered a dozen haltlrg sentences he was carrying the audlonoj with him step by stop moving the great con course of listeners with his common place periods as a mellifluous Hawk could never hope to move It Explain It as he might Lorlng soon assured himself that the Honorable Jasper G Bucks was laying hold of tbe sentiment of the audience as though It were a thing tangible to be grasped by tho huge hands Unlllie Hawk whose speccli flamed easily into denun elation when It touched on the alien corporations he counseled moderation and lawful reprisals Land syndicates railroads foreign capital In whatever employment wero prlrao necessities In any new and growing commonwealth The province of the people was not to wreck the ship but to guide It And the remedy for all Ills lay In controlling legislation faithfully and rigidly enforced My friends Im only a plain hard handed farmer as those of you who ace my fellow townsmen can testify Ive seen what youve seen and Ive suffered what youve suffered Year after year we send our representatives to the legislature and what comes oft Why these corporations looking only to their own Interests nn theyre In duty bound to do buys em If thllIcan You cant blame em for Its business their business But It sour business as citizens of this great commonwealth to prevent It We have good laws on our statute books byt we need more of em laws for con trol with plain honest men at the capital In the judiciary In every root and branch of the executive to en force em With such laws and such men to see that they are executed there wouldnt be any more extortloQ any more raising of tho rates of transportation on the produce of our ranches and farms merely because the eastern market for that particular product happened to jump a few cents on the dollarNo my friends plain hardhanded farmer though I bo I eau see what wll peoplebystate can beIt ought to be sovereign within Its own boundaries It we rte1a up aa one man next Tuesday and put ticket Into tbe ballotbox that says Wi aro polng to make It so and keep It so youll see a new commodity tariff p Into effect on tbe Western Pacific tall road the day after The speaker paused and Into thei little gap ot silcnee barked a Olile from the gallery Thats what you say But npposln they dont do IU I rlng was gating steadfastly at the blank heavy face BO utterly devoid the enthusiasm the man was evoking in others For one flitting Instant hi thought he saw behind the mask The immobile face the awkward gestures the slipshod English became suddenly transparent revealing the real man man of titanic strength of tremendous poMibilltlea for good or evil Lorlng put up his glasses and looked again but the figure of the flashlight Inner vision had vanished and the speaker- was answering his objector as calmly sindIm always glad to hear a ma speak right out In meeting ho said dropping still deeper Into the collo quialisms Supposing the corpora tions dont see tho handwriting on th wall wont see It you say Then m friend It will become the manifest duty of the legislature ad the execu tive to make em leo It always law fully you understand always with lust and equitable respect for the rights of property In which our free and Glorious institutions are founded but with levelheaded Justice antI without fear or favor Again tho clamor of applause rose like fine dust on the throngheated air and lent looked at his watfch saiddh of oulLJlnc for the batter par ot the way hank to the railway station When ho spoke It was In answer to a delayed question of Kents What do I think of hllnl I dont know David and thats the plain appearsythat crowd That Is a pose and on ex ceedingly skillful one He Is not al together apparent to me but he strikes me as bolng n man of Immense evilnraye draw another breath thri pure Lorlng did not attempt to refute the charge winshe asked God knows said Kent Wo have had so many lightning transforms ions In polltl 8 In the state that noth ing Is impossible Id like to know was Lorlnga comment It might make some dif ference to me nreonally To you aMd Kent Inyilrlngly That reminds mil I havent given you a chance to say ten words about yourself The chance hasnt been lacking hut my business out heretsweU1t Isnt exactly a Star Chamber matter Aqtot fejtwo with ofebyie jt the tasf tit Ill write you about fl ba fen daysThey were ascending the steps at the end of the passenger platform again and Lorlng broke away from tho po litical and personal entanglement to give Kent one more opportunity to bear his word of negative comfort We dug up the field of your recol lection pretty thoroughly In our af terdinner seance in your rooms Dav id but I noticed there was a corner of It you left undisturbed Was there any good reason 1 Kent made no show of misunder standingThere was tbe excellent reason which must have been apparent to you before you bad been an hour In Gaston Ivo made my shot and missed Loring entered the breach with his shlqld held well to the fore lie was the rut man In the world to assault a friends confidence recklessly I thought a good while ago and I still think that you are making a mountain out of a molehill David Elinor Brentwood Is a trun woman In every Inch of her She Is as mush above caring for false notions of caste as you ought to be I know her nobility which Is all the more the reason why I should I nt take advantage of It We may scoff at the social Inequalities as mush aa we please but we cant laugh them out of court As between a young wo man who Is nn heiress In be own right and a briefless lawyer there are differences which n decent man la bound to efface And I havent been ableDocs Miss Brentwood know She knows nothing at all I was unwilling to entangle her even with a confidence The more fool you said toting bluntly You call yourself a lawyer and you have not yet learned one of the first principles of common Justice which Is that a woman has some rights which even a besotted lover Is bound to respect You made love to her that summer nt Croydon you neednt deny It And nt tho end of things you walk off to make your fortune with out committing yourself without knowing or apparently without caring wbat your stiffnecked poverty pride may cost her In years of uncer tainty You deserve to lose her Kents smile was a fair measure of his unhopeful mood Yon cant well lose what you have never had Im not such an ass as to believe that she cared greatly How do you know Not by any thing you ever gave her a chance to ofSqualified good news you spirit is moving me mightily to bold my tongueTell said Kent his Indiffer ence vanishing In tho turning of a lent Welt to Begin with Miss Brent weed Is still unmarried though the Koflrins say she doesnt lack plenty of ellble offers Half of that I knew tho other half I took for granted Go on tier mother under the advice of the chief of the clan Brentwood has been making a lot of bad Investments for Ingother ducks and drakos of the Brentwood fortune To Be Continued WEDDING NOT VERY QUIET There nag noRah Galnjr on to Keep the 1nrtr from GedliiB rluaotonooYes Jlmsons wedding was a quiet affair owing to the death ot a second leftnthe family a money That must have been pretty hard on Jlmson lie likes excitement re theeBltaywas excitement enough One of the brides little brothers hit Jlmson In the left oar with a bag of anotheralittle brother nearly broke one floating ribs with an old slipper and somebody flung a horseshoe after them for luck and It caught Jlmson In the neck Just as he stuck his head out of the carriage window And one of the uncles came out with a megaphone and let all the neighbors know that the happy pair were spliced and some body broke the carriage window with a rabbits foot made Into a papjr Jlmsonthad to drive tho horses the rest of the way and got to the station Just in time to miss the train Oh there was plenty of excitement for just a Quiet wedding mite n DryInnd Sailor On the quayside of a northern seaport n policeman just Imported from the plowfields was standing gazing at one of the huge dredgers working In midstream Tho Imported bobby Inquired of a sailor who happened to be standing near at tho time What them great Iron things were going lound and round The worthy BCD of Neptune explained that they were the buckets which lifted the mud and clones from the bed of the river Whereupon the policeman exclaimed How much Is them poor chaps at the bottom paid for filling cmSmithi Weekly Woe It a Truth He admitted that he was pigheaded about 14f I dont believe It A man may ad mlt that bos stubborn or determined buts Its only his neighbors who an pigheaded Philadelphia Ledger Xqruery Trouble 1 tIC14hla1IttJulster Is no spoiled otheprrJJow Dickie t h r WhrueverIivadtttingauVta Ih wnntl em her w rDtjrcUTfye Preset 1 23 1855 8ereaC 19067 oHege FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL- Over 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject Sa many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advaiidcti students Arith 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 TRADE COURSES for any who have finished filth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Form Management Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE i years for those who have i largely finished common branches The most practical and interest studies to fit a young person for an Honorable anil useful life j ling Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 yeas to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science ptc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for 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 Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea 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 more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berca in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of SchooliPERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the beat but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishesbooks toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no refit for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough 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 815o in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersall our instruction is a f roc gift The 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 anal furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 5005 dollar deposit to be re turned at end of term 3000 Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows Inci- dentalI Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board lot five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 540lOURFAMILY with carcfu regulations to of the young people Our stu j dents come from the best families and arc earnest to do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and I nurse without extra charge j All except those with parents in B rca live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable EXaIthe Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn weekIBqrca and the most favorable time to study is in the fall I OafIt important to come the first day September 12 and stay till the end December 19 CfiS For further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKYI Madison County J Rotifer MillS 1 1E I+IId8sI3 1 Pastul i to Cora Ship Stuffs Crashed foraElc Our GOLD DUST Zo1lec1F1ooi wiiii hard to but PRIDE1 OF MADISON iapolher ExcciiSitFlir CaItltftlt1It I l O Eotts J3uettson J If Vtalle dState Kyt i d l rTHE HOME I Getting Rid of Some Troublesome Insects Jly MnS JENNIE L lULL FLIES It Is now known that fllosnro great carriers ofdisease germs no that their presence in a house is not only disagreeable but dangerous Their breeding place is in a manure heap and it is not a pleasant thought that they come direct from such places to light upon our food Good Boroons to doors and windows should be in every house but oven with those the troublesome insects will slip in Rubbing tho devices of the doors and windows with coal oil will drive them away as they are sensitive to the odor Sprinkling the manure heaps with coal oil once a week will destroy them in large numbers FLEAS The oil of penny royal is used to drive fleas away The bruised plant or a strong tea made of it is often used as the odor is strong and fills the room and seems to be very annoying to the wicked fleas RED ANTS Grease a plate with lardand set it whore the ants are troublesome They like lard and will leave anything else for it Place a few sticks around the plate for them to climb on They are always on the watch for a chance When the plate is well covered turn it over the fire until the lard melts currying the ants with it or set the plato in a pan and pour on it boiling water BLACK ANTSA few leaves of green wormwood scattered on your shelves will clear out these troublesome insects BED BUGS Benzine gasoline or even coal oil will kill those posts as fast as they can be reached Use a spring bottom oil can and force the fluid into all cracks and crevices To give the entire bed a coat of varnish or paint will effectually kill all the bugs secreted in the cracks or joints With these bugs eternal vigilance is the price of freedom from their presence ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools fly PROP CIIAIILES D LEWIS DECIMAL FRACTIONS ntlnuedk Problem 2 5035= Analysis 1 b036t=G10j 2 5101g=BIOX 1000 =GOOSB 3 50035 =142857 5035 = 142857 In equation No2 the problem becomes one of a t simple fraction or division the numerator being the number of thousands in the dividend the denominator the number in the divisor The number of decimal periods in the quotient is the same as the number of periods added to the dividend more than the divisor Making a general statement from this we have The number of decimal periods in the quotient are as many as the number of periods used in the operation after the dividend and divisor contained the same number PERCENTAGE- In percentage as in other subjects it is of the great est importance to keep in the mind of the pupil the fact that he is studying nothing new except a few forms and terms Every step of reasoning is parallel to those used before The unit analysis continues to be the basis of every solution Give thorough drill on changing expressions from oae to another of the three forms Common fraction decimal fraction and per cent Emphasize the fact that as decimals were merely a restricted form of common fractions so per cent is a more retricted form in which the unit is always considered as divided into one hun dred parts In percentage problems there are four terms known or given The whole known to be unity or 100 per cent and called the base a part to be taken greater or less than the whole expressed in per cent and called the rate the numerical expression for the whole or base and the numerical expression for the part called the percentage The first of course is always known And two of the remaining three terms may be given to find the u2 known one making three general classes of problems They are First the base and rate given to find the percentage Second the base and percentage to find l the rate Third the rate and percentage to find the base TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK u t ITHE FARM I j Hog Raising W M McFadden secretary of tho American PolandChina Record Association in a recent interview with a representative of tho Chicago Drovers Journal said The secret of success in hog raising is based largely on tho care and management given It is not in the breed so much as in the breeder himself The sow must be carefully watched and cared for and given the proper food and after the pigs are farrowed the same watch fulness must ba given them to keep the little follows growing and prevent stunting The question of two litters a year is a much discussed one From my own experience as a breeder I am heartily in favor of two litters Of course to be successful in raising full farrowed pigs it is necessary to bavo the proper shelter and care during the winter months Tbo months of May Septomber and October aro probably the best months to have sows farrow The loss of pigs at farrowing time is larger during March than any other month in the year This is due not only to the bad weather at that time but the fact that the BOW is not usually in good farrowing con dition She does not got green food and has insufficient exercise In tho fall the BOW is on green feed right along and has plenty of exorcise and is in good farrowing condition In my estimation it can not bo too strongly emphasized that exercise is one of the most essential things in pigs rais ing exercise of the sows before tha farrowing and after especially before Tho number of pigs at a litter varies somewhat depending more upon tho c family than upon the breed It is conceded by all successful swine breeders i that it is better to have a litter of six pigs than a larger number as the sows more likely to raise tbo smaller number successfully and well Probably taking the country over the average number of pigs farrowed to the litter could conservatively bo put at seven or eight A few days ago I was on a prominent breeders farm and happened to remark to him what fine udders hIs sows had and they must be excellent sucklers Why said he that Is what we select for This man id one of the most successful hog breeders in the country So selection care and management are the things essential in successful swine raising more than the breed i q i gOOfJO 0OSOSJOSJOOSJO0 O- SI Eighth Kentucky i History o 0 IThrilling Story ut the Tart tulle llnl 0O Iniit lliBlmnt Ink In the Civil Vnr o 0000000000000CUArTBR I Tho rebels evacuated Murfrcosboro and their snug winter quarters dur ing tho hard rain on tho night of the 8d January and nmuyof tho inhab itants also lied from their comfortable homos taking their slaves with thorn On tho morning of tho 7th tho Third Brigade marched from thoir muddy bivotiack on tho river barkp and crossed the river on tho remains of tho railroad bridge Wo passed through tho once pretty neat county seat of Rutherford county Its war worn and torn tumbledown appear ance caused some of us to foul anti All public and many private buildings were full of wounded of both armies Surgeons wearing both th blue and gray could be scan hurry ing to and fro on tho streets Cavalry horses and ambulance mules wore hitched to ornamental and shade trees the nice fencing having disap peared from many fine suburban residences Our command 1ml Ux one mile from town on tho Lebanon j Pike anti wore making preparation for supper whoa wo worn hiirric oomfmanding with about onethird of tho coinninm on duty and tho remainder in reserve Rations wore scarce largo quantities of government stores having boon destroyed during tho battle by rebel cavalry nnd tho L N Railroad yet unrepaired saute us to econo size tho half rations wo woro thou subsisting on Somo of tho Eighth boys during the night woro lucky enough to knock over a fat porkr It which added materially to the weight of our lank haversacks anti stomachs On returned to whore tho brigade was on tho Sthwo wore as rook pleased as surprised to again see our old leaky Silxiy tents and cooking utensils Wo had foil the needof t tho useful almost indispensable ar tides for over two weeks Tho brig ale quartermaster also replaced OH boys blankets andovercoats theya had so readily nnd willingly purled with after tho battle tlmt tile wounded might have tho benefit of thorn L The Oth UI 801f and several others of tho Eighthwont into town to look up wounded friends In an old vacated stare house wo found Jntnnfr Moreland anti John Wilson of Com parry II John Wtso antI about pelf n dozon other boys allof whom got over thoir wounds except Wilson who though dangerously wounded gave a weak little cheer as we entered In another house wo found private Waters Company C In tho same room with ono of his brothers WORrI ing tho grey rebel uniform who atoo had a serious wound having received I it while in the rebel ranks in our I front on tho 2d On tho 10th I procured a pass anti the loan of Major Brodhus horse and role back across tho river to the field hospital whore Captain Hick man Lieutenant Cox and the principal part of our wounded woro II English and Win Horndon Company B each lord lost a foot Ike Thomas Company II n log Sergeant Win bourn had a hole through his choHt and in tho next room lay tho above named officers evidently within n few hours o f death They recognized and talked to mo Captain Winbouru had arrived from Nashville and being yet feeble in health remained with his two dying coinrabes TO BE CONTINUED AN AX WIELDED DY ADAUOHTERI UPON HER INHUMAN FATHER put AN END TO HIS CAREER Alf Scott Had Sought To Kill His Wife When the Girl Went to Her Mothers Assistance Bcropta Miss Aug 8 Qoodod to desperation by repeated assaults on her mother by her father MamM Scott grabbod an ax from tim wool pile near the old homestead and run sing Into the room whore her tatllorI was beating her mother she In wounds from which he died almost IQ BUntly Alt Scott the murdered man was It is said a Spaniard who was In humanly cruel toward members ot his family on one occasion having tied hli Ion to a bod post end beat him unmercifully Scott becamo enraged at hli wife and started for her with a Ions knife Ills daughter picked up an aI and dealt him a torriblo blow In the side Ho turned on the girl and at tempted to cut her but the mother snatched the weapon from his hands and ho fell over dead Sympathy for tho young girl who with her mother and brothor 1 charged with tho killing runs high and at tho preliminary trial of theI throe hold In Oxford the mother nndI Ion woro discharged while tho girlt who struck the fatal blow had no dim catty la securing load for f2000 undo- arAa sirs to feaWL HHACON MOIITS lly Iiiry K Vlnnnrjr boajtrue a lever study of its snored pages Induces n chastity of thought a purity nod flu ency of diction an eijulpolso of liv hug united with noblur instincts than eau iHMWlbly bo avuulred by the per UMil of any other literature And last but not least Is thonewsjiaiier tho great beacon of nil nations Wlmt u iiowor for dleeeiu Inutlng light and truth Ruler a home whore a bright clean uplo dato taper like the Cltlseu is dully read and morally digested nail an other where the papsr due not Dome and note how the unrometur regie ten mentally morally aiiirlttmlly In these different homtw PhD rowsn pajiur is a tunic for mind and soul Hiiira realm Instruction on the ex pending mind brwUlitm an unllvonlng puls ullslng that this 18 hero 1 am us ecluiiy urging the t oile of tho tnuuntulna of UuMeru Kentucky to read tliu Cllliourirat becautw thoro U u higher standard ot lutullectual oxoelluncu among the residuals of the illlouuutry than the world at large hetheir virtues and lailnta of strength aro revealed to thtmieelvos and tliu world Twothirds of tho iKirauts In the mountains have had or will have children as students in school nndmany ot their children who have attended Jlerua allege have pltehetl heir tout la other elate The Cit lien Is a great oclnl medium The octal crone the btisliiMw transao tluu cyst lie home affairs are duly communicated and snot out each week lo hundreds at anxious interested ruaUtHY Itgtilwilng the exile ot thoee la other curter Dy news from home Ian well as of the iinnirewi ot their Alma Mater Coating us it does frum uu uduwtloHal enter its tuna la cl evutliiK rtKiMtug and creates a tlilnrt fur ktiowlmlge Coming treat u tows without a saloon what an advantage in theee das pi teunteranrw reform Aa regards imlUtai Iw tune ta won imrUenn It you are u rHil ltcaa you iMHihl take It for U not only stands for the eitmlmitiuii and exposure of IKNMI its false teachers with the filer tteivatlvt attitude wi the tariff lesu you are a democrat you cannot tall to adtnln the tratHdiforwiird eluei datloii ot democratic iirtMclpto iae cordlug to 1letlrtere OefliiUiuu but are cnurmed by Ute Intrepidity u f Mjiirlt with which It mmutarily 4erIMJMM its false teachers and with steel of Us samwm completely anni hilate them Now when you Itotat his beaeon in the Citadel of your hontee you uiioonartoualy absorb vir tue ford praise by thinhlng H p u n whatsvever things are true whaUo are honcM whatsoever thIngs re pare whatsoever things are lordly and of good rejiorf asMl the victory 1 youra fits Jam OBrkn lias lat youra Pile Jason OllrJea haa 1m mortaliSMl UM keeper of Mlswti edge A famous llgllUMMMM III lies ton harbor and Ue wonta Bem ap pruprtiUe to anyone who tiol ls tot a- beanll to thane IN dHrknessi Up in Ute lonely tower ke seta The keener of the crlnwoH light Slknt awl aweMmck does ke hear The Imprecation ot Ute sight Without the world M will with Rage U Kenilled Atmom an abrawl Mare yow dear base whites ahlps anon the alioato resolved Thto kindness will 1 show unto inch M alt In the AtrkMM 1 will help to spread t k e llgbt- A Clash Narrowly Averted Tyoxlpgtoo KyA stash between whltes and negroes woe narrowly vortod during the parade ot several thousand negroes who were partici lining In tho celebration of tho Unit cal Brothers of Friendship and tho Sisters ot tho Mysterious Ten a ne gro order Seized With Cramps Louisville Ky IIarman Scholl 23 an employe of tho Monno Candy Manu facturlng Co was drowned while bathing In the rlvor above the water works It Is thought that ho was ached wltlf cramps Scholl loaves a youag wlfo and a alx months old baby gtrL Milliners In Trouble Louisville Ky Crodltora mad a pe tition in tho United States court ache Ing that tho McIntosh Millinery Co bo adjudged a bankrupt There aro toUtI eastern creditors nnd tho total Indobt edneas Is 101602 Assets or liabili ties1 were not approximated Asks For a Receiver Lexington Ky Through Attorney A J Edgo tho Wyandotte Cigar Cql of Louisville has filed a petition In cup cult court horo asking for a receiver for tho George D Strader Co conduct Ing tho Cafe Royal In this city HeartFailure Owensboro Ky Following a raid of tho police on his saloon at an early hour in tho morning for tho purpose of breaking up a supposed game of poker Scott McCormlok died of heart failure Stamper Robbers Confess OJIvo HHI KyPromised leniency Harrison Burton use confessed that he with Mart Harvo nnd hat OoJIIns allot this county robbed A J Stan per Cos store horo July 30 and shot Robert Dlankenshlp who was sleeping In tho store Remarried In St Louis Paducah KyGus ICotchpn an J Fannie Singer who olopod to thiy place and were married wore remar nod In St Louis Guests at tho wed ding had to walt tour hours until tho rabbi verified tho former marriage sShot tho Conductor Olive Hill Ky When 0 O Coa duotor J O McDonald attempted t9 eject throe tramps from his train near Summit Station one of the men shot him the ball penetrating the skin on TheItC 0t 0 t t t t t t t t 1 Who desires the best f Business in Berea x I have n piece of property that is wall worth tho price I ask for itsaynothing shout tho business tlml I can place you in I hnvo for sale the Heron Produce House and lot on Dopot street This lot is 100 foot trout and 300 foul long the build ings consist of n Produce House two story dwelling and barn This property it well worth tho money I nsk for it Tho busi ness is tho most promising of any memoes in Moron from the fact that it is n specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has boon dons can be done again Any one desiring this property should call nt once on JrP BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BHROA KENTUCKY MMMiMO + MM1 + MMMh+ ++ M t+ 10 FLOODS SWEPT THE VALLEY Doing Damage to Property and Live- Stock Estimated at 1500000 Ft Worth Tux Aug 8Several people are botteved to havo been drowned hundreds were render tlhomeless and 604000 worth ot prop orty was destroyed as tho result ot a loaf In south Texas when the Colorado river was forced out of Its banks by heavy rains n llef trains are out off telephone and telegraph wires an down and the fate of the Inhabitants of evoral isolated towns la unknown- A story of the loss of property comM from the Coneho country of tho floods that are sweeping down Ute Colorado Coaeho rivers NtM Inehaa of ain has fallen In that section dusting tho put font days and Ban Angcto Balllngcr TJrwnwood and Meitanl fIle hue all been Isolated A report from liaR AnieIo says Terrible Seeds vtaltsd tho Conaho reentry weepeRS down the valleys nI the north middle and south CoBche nd devMUtlm thousands of sane ot land on whisk were growing crept drowalag unknown number ot lIe Block and washing away brldgea anti culver ta FOR LOVE OF HIS SON A Father Goes To Jail fa His Stead at Detroit Detroit Mteh Aug 8Not unto he had been In Jail 14 Mora serving a Ndtcae passed upon him by a Judge was It discovered that Dewltt a Clark was enrolled OR records of the InsM often under the twine of bin son An examination allowed tbat the reo onls were equally at fault In Uio OUt station and the MIrt room n mistake ot the officer who had bWn given a warrant for the win the father had been arrested In order to Kara his son from punishment Clark had per routed himself to bo looked up hail waived arraignment and when brought up for trial had entered a plea of guilty Suicided on Mother Grave Atlanta Aug 8 Learning that a lunacy commission had declared her Insane Miss Ida Calhoun beautiful 18 yoar old daughter of a prominent fam thy secured hot fathers pistol hur clod to tho cemetery and standing on her mothers gravy put a bullet through her heart Troops Awe Strikers Now York Aug BVlco President Nlcherson of tho Mexican Central stated that the strike has not yet In terfered with tho operation of nay trains Tho government has furnished troops to prevent any possible vio lenco Switchmen Strike Now Haven Ct Aug aAlleginc that several of their number havo bon discharged without Just cause by the Now York Now Haven Sc Hartford railroad about 200 awltchmon In the yards hare and at Cedar Hill havo struck Denied It On the Scaffold Springfield Ma Aug 8 Edward Datymnn a negro found guilty of as saulting a young woman at Aurora las February was hanged at Mt Vernon Dateman on the scaffold strongly de nlod his guilt Sentenced to the Gallows Btocktown Gal Aug 8Mrs Emma Ixjdoux was sentenced to be hangod Optppor 19 next on her conviction of tho murder Qf 4HjortljP McVlcar iji minor with whom she bad bpqn living as a wife A Bride and Groom Killed Bt Joseph Mich Aug 8lIIram n ITolipIck and his brldp of two weeks while ijrlvlnB from BonUm Harbor to St Joseph were ground to plocp bp heath tho wheels of an oloctrlco car which struck tho runabout to which they were driving a sklttlali colt- DliippclnUcJ In tove at 69 Manltowoc Wis Aug rPIIIqrlt tq win the IOTO and hand of a 20yoarold Girl plunged Alois TurHlnsky 95 the oldest resident of Rocdsvllle this county Into such a state of despond easy that betook his llfo by banging 7 a LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE RAILROAD Timo Tablo in Effect Jan I 1906 Going North Train 4 frilly LxNivH Ihlroa883a m Arrive Ek uinoad110a in Arrive 1itrlsru2Sn m Arrive Cincinnati7sG0a In- Going North Train 2 Dally Lwvo ikxuilljt p III Arrive Itlohinond 2jOOpni Arrivu Parba880p m Arrive Clnolnnatl u OilO p in Going South Train 3 Dally IjMtvo Ikirmll a p m Arrive Knoxrlllo 8ilO p m Going South Train I Dally lvH heron 1t 6b rll Arrive Kixnvillo 710 a In- KiJetrMKNT TraiiM Mtwhm r MtliCMf ri P rwaadeurlwhgweencl tuinn id Kwnrtlk lnNj h4ltfrlk lirt i 4 4 miff PwItiMtkekd megr- erndhehrwern1tdrrrttN4 KINi 1tte t OakIt enn W H LOWER Ticket Agont FEELINGLIVERISH This MorningTAKE 7IM HfUHDs I BlackDraught t 1 CbnstJpatQnJH umtnwmsvA A Gentle Laxative And Appetizerf A OIMUANTKKII tHY HUI IHIWt- lrhlHc Mind IHrnllni I1 XfUllHl riles thug tU 1ft MMlMrlMtl lo refuutmauyIf 1AtU OlNTMKNTUIlnlanMrlHU M ye t CONSTIPATIOr1s no rape I tcrohe1U1 It Is just- acommoa condition mong chit ren as It with thel parents cond tlon Is fa more llkel to reach a acute stage develop sort ousty the little folk bp calla qfldifficulty In detecting it Many a child has died from constipa Illness arising from It when It might have been saved by the timely usa of Dr Caldwells SyruP psinI This Is the greatest remedy known for correcting constipated conditions Dont Is affected but atmlnlstcr a dose oI Jbel msdicltt q fyou will notice a perceptible change for the better a healthy and a livelier fllnpoMtlon Dr Syrup Pepsin Is a goqd thing to have IQ the because It- is good for tho whole aldwella Pepita can doi14rSizesmoney does not benefit you poiUI crd requeil win brtnrbyrefs mall our CALDVRLL- 1100K OP VONDltKfsoil tree utnpie t shodtv1i4rh14cI C f pi1l c4l tide woodw PEPSIN SYRUP ett l 1 4x41I Far Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY t TO RVIEW WARSHIPS PRESIDENT TO WITNESS NAVAL T PARADE OFF OYSTER DAY J RNEW CRAFT IN THE LINE Atlantic Fleet Reinforced by Armored Cruisers for Asiatic Waters c toII Mew York The largest fleet ot iMtlJeehliM nrmorod cnilsera and torpedo craft over assembled under i the Awsrtcan gag will past In rovlowI before President Roosevelt In the wa tore off Oyster Ray September 3 In addition to all lice battleships In tho Atlantic fleet under Hear Admiral Hvnns four of tho new ships all of them larger and moro powerful than nay In Admiral Evans fleet will bo in- line The four armored crSilsors now being made ready for the Asiatic serv lee win be reinforced by the cruisers Washington und Tonnoeseo The Ten noesco was put In commls lon last week Tho Washington will bo com missioned this week The navy department has boon at work for weeks porfeoUng the plans for tko review Admiral Evans will bu In command his flag flying from the Mali As It pasea In review tho Mnloe will be fallowed by the Mis- aovrl Kentucky KonrmrRo Indiana Had Iowa la the order name The last fear blp i comprise the second Kudron of the battleelilp division of f the Atlantic flbt- Louisiana May Head Division The order In which the four new baUlehlp will pie in review hast not been announced It Is probable that tide division will be keeled by the Louisiana wlilch will be followed by the Rhode Island Vlrfilnhi and New Jersey Theta four shlpa are the finest In etfeDsiro end defensive sueagth over eommleslonetl for the Inlled Stales navy Their appwrnnee at- Oyster hay will be the beginning of their services as ships of the light log use AM of the armored cruisers with the ieet Uon of the ilrooklyn and the New Yerk now In Astatle waters pieltaWy will rartlelpate The four slater ships tho West Virginia Goto fade Penneylvanta and Maryland stick are under orders to proceed to Ailstlc waters to rellere the Ohio and faeoiuln will make their last ap Iicsiraece In home waters for several years to come Immediately after the review these ship with Hear Admiral llrowsutoa In command will start fw lies far OML To Review Torpedo Vessels I I The torpedo vessels that will bo reviewed by the Proetdent are those In theIcorn mand of Lieutenant Commander lid wk A Anderson and the seeead oem roandMl hy Lieut WMHs McDowell The vessels are the Hopkins Jjiw rent Macdonottgh Whlpple Truxtun and Worden comprising the second floUlla nod the Wllkes IMakeslor Dft LOBR Kodgera and Stockton wWeh make up the thlnl flotilla Tho president probably will review till ships tram tho desk of the dis patch boat Dolphin With him will be Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte Assistant Secretary Newberry and prob ably other offlcorn of the navy Includ ing Admiral Dewey MICHIGAN INDORSES W J BRYAN Democrats Favor Nebraskan for Pres i ident and Nominate Stats Ticket Detroit loch Indorsement of o4 William J Bryan for president In y 1908 tko defeat of a resolution call Ing upon the national Democratic committee to Investigate the charges mado against Chairman Thomas K resignationilion of Charles 1L Klmmorle of Css sopolls for governor over Stanley 13 Iarkhlll of OWOMO the only otb- 4r ttandldate after D spirited ballot wore tho features of the Democratic slate convention held here Thursday Safety Appliance Suits Washington Attorney General Moody In accordance with the policy heroloforodetormlhed on has directed further prosecutions of n number of railroads for violations of the federal safety appliance acts The United States attorneys for tho various districts wherein tho viola tloni wero committed will be directed to file and vigorously protccuto suits for the recovery of the statutory pen alty Final Bloelow Dividend Milwaukee Tho final account of the trustee of tho bankrupt es tate of Frank 0 Dlgelow tho defaulting bank president who Is now serving a sentence In Fort Leaven worlb was filed Wednesday The true too says that there Is mifUclont money on hand to pay a final dividend of 1122 per cent on approved claims aggre gating 13242255 i Two Lieutenants Resign Washington Tho resignation of Second Lieut Clarence A Kustnphlo Twentythird infantry has been ac cepted for tho good of the service The resignation of Lieut Albert S Odoll Ciovcnth cavalry has been accepted Capt Merriman Dead Minneapolis flnn Capt O C JWerrlmanV former referee In bank ruptcy In tho United States court and one pf the bostknowjn citizens pt Mln usapblls is dead Wilsi homoia lifil uty Ho was 72 years old HUNDReDS PERISH IN THE SEA LINER SUNK THROUGH MISTAIE OF THE CAPTAIN And He End Life As He Sees the Dis aster Fishermen Who Go To Rescue Are Drowned Cartaiena Stain Aug 6A tern Ids marine dlsaeter occurred ort Cape Palo Tbo ItalIAn steamship Slrlo from Genoa for Barcelona Cadiz Mon tevideo and Buenos Ayros with about goo persons on board was wrecked ort Hornilfa Island Three hundred eml grant most of them Italians and Spaniards were drowned The captain of the steamer committed suicide The remainder of tho passengers and tho officers and crow lOt an ay In tho ships boats ur were rescuetl by moans of boats sent to thorn from the shore Those rescued from tho vessel arc now at Cape Paloi In a pitiable condition without food or clothing The Sine struck a rooky reef known as Bajos Mormljcna and sank aMIJ after stern first Before he committed aulcldo the cap tamp declared that the steamer had CIS passengers on board and that her crow numbered 117 men The Sine had 570 passengers when leaving Genoa but additional Spanish passengers were taken on taunt at Barcelona where the vestal touched a few hours before the disaster The steamer was threading a rtlffl cult passage through the llorrnlgai Kroup where the Bajos Mornilgns roef U a continual menace to navigation Tho veol begun to settle rapidly Im mediately oho hid struck and a terri ble scene of confusion end panic en sued on board The fishermen along the eoast sought to render every as sistance In their power suit sent out boats which broatbt many survivors to shore Most of the officers and crew of the Slrle are among the savedA wko lost her three children went Insane The doetor of the Sine gave up his wife and child as toot but they were finally brought In by one of the resetting boaU sad the scene as this fetidly was reunited were moat af feting Oao of the boIal seen nit by the fishermen brought In 21 pasaen Vera Au additional Milnesc b added to the catastrophe owing to the fast Uiat a number of ftsherman who were con dueling twecMtag oporattans were also drowned In eeoeaqaceoe of the over turning of a boat The captain of the Slrlo Just before ire killed himself attributed the wreck to his own imprudence LOOK OUT UNCLE SAM Russian Paper Predicts the Jap Will Defeat Us In War St Pelentbvrg AUK 6The Novo Vrejitya devoted a latge portion of Its roes to an article prophesying war bntweea ran and the United States and predletlas a sure and speedy Jap anese victory the seUiire of the Phil lupine and Hawaii and tho ocou OllJon by the Japanese of California Train Went Over Embankment Chicago Atig 6Charles McCann fireman was killed an I AIV beak pan engineer were Mvewlr Injured when part of a coal train oa the Cht sago Northwestern jumped tile trwin mil fell 20 feet down An embank nent Salvation Arm Barraski Firs tit Louise lug tIr completely iitud the nreetnry brlei building o up1e4 as tho headquarters if the Sal ration army Joe Mnttfcewi roll or tompeC from the flee eerni 3 at the jilrtl Moor anti was tlashal to rtirith so the pavement Five Cents Caused It Rrannelln La Aug GA quarrel jver five cents lab up tn an altercation which terminated tn II C Crs whit sawn here recently front Pennsylvania being stabbed olght time with a ctrv ng knife and fatally woundttJ by W H Crouch of tills place Over Trains Remains Chefu Aux G Memorial services Jhr the late Rear Adm Charles J Train commandcrlnchlof of the U 8 Asiatic fleet who died hero August 4- were held on shore Reproaentallvea f the American French nnJ Chinese eels attended Brokerand Negro Arrested Nashville roan Aug G floury P frit a broker and Noah King a legro saloon porter were arrested on he charge of the Illegal use of a poll nx receipt In the county election last Thursday Other arrests are ex acted Sunday Pupils Shocked Decatur 111 Aug GLightninge- lruck Walnut Orovo church u Sun dayschool was dismissed Several ihllilreu were hurt Carl Sutton was jrobably fatally biirtfod Garb tons finger and Earl UvurH toos were burned off A Fatal Quarrel Vineland N J Aug IiNlcholu Scrtl 30 a well known resident of this Jlty was shot and Instantly killed by Alox Cordelia n prominent farmer pear hero Uoth men had been to a party and quarreled on their way home Mrs Thomas Dead 6Mjsst3TlsoItIt lor Bled al Dreamwold Mr LawBond lummor hue Mrgkllwron has neoa o 1 boartUlAesasc for aev I rhrmonlhl ROADS MUST SHOW BOOKS MINNESOTA COMMISSION ISSUES SWEEPING ORDER Earnings of Roads to Be Investigated Charges by Attorney for Shippers SL Pawl Minn The state railroad and warehouse oommUlson Thursday entered an order compelling the railroads whoso officials have given tes limon In the merchandise rate hear Ing which has been In progress dur- Ing the present year and which was lately resumed to produce at the of flee of the commission all records on which their vtatlstles have been based This order ls the most sweeping one ot the kind ever matte by the mission and If thaoommla Ion Is Inv qyned to onforoe It In detail It would moan the bringing of the record 61 all railroads doing business In Minnesota to the state oapltol Attorney Severance representing tho railroads said to Commissioner Staples Why It Mils order lion forced It would mean tho removal of the office of all tho railroads to the state Capitol Mr SJaptos re plied by saying It would not do that If the railroads would permit the ox amination ot the records In their own offices This order of tho commission Is the result of a request made by Attorney MAnahan representing the shippers of Hastings Minn made at the hear ing Wednesday after the auditor ot the Northern Pacific railroad had given a lot of statistics stowing how the earnings of railroads had de creased In Minnesota While they had Increased in Iowa nnd Illinois Mr Mnnahan claimed that the statistics did not show actual facts The order ot the commission Is di rected at the Great Northern railroad but may be made appllpablo to any road on request of tho shippers attorney Tho hearing was replelo with some what sensational features tho climax being reached when James Manahan attorney for the Minnesota Shippers association attacked thin character of the law firm of the attorney pros can for the railroads NEED WORKMEN IN NORTHWEST Labor Situation in Minnesota Causes Worry Among the Farmers Minneapolis MlnnrA bumper crop In tho northwest and no men to liar vest It- The farm labor situation in Mlnno sbta today U the worst In the his ItateI men are needed In Minnesota Iowa and the two Da kotas and about a thousand are available Tho wages offered by the farmers range from L5 to 3 a day tnd board but tho Jobs go bogging A thousand men are npadgd In Minneapolis at as high wages aa are paid i mho country but the available men efuso to work Slayer Captured Grand Rapids MichTony Bartello was caught near Elmdale Thursday Bartolld stabbed to death Bud Blone at Lowell Mich Stone was a con ductor and Bartello head of a gang of laborers French General Near Death Parlsoen Rrugere former rom iS1I FORMER MAYOR IS SENTENCED Embezzling Executive of Paterson N J Given Prison Sentence Paterson N J William H Belcher who while mayor of this city abacond ed a year ago and who surrendered himself on Monday last was son tented Friday to 12 years Imprison mont In the state prison at Trenton on a charge of embezzlement Belcher disappeared from this city about a year ago while he was mayor He was alleged to have embezzled from 100 000 to 150000 from personal friends and from the Manchester Building and Lban association which was forced to suspend business No trace of the missing man was discovered by the authorities until he appeared at the county Jail Monday night and voluntarily surrendered lie had only j17- In his possession and declared that he hail suffered greathard ships during his absence He skid that he had traveled about the country until his funds were exhausted He found him self penniless in St Paul after losIng the last remaining UOO and then se cured work digging Itcigs for 115 a day jibs health broke down and ho was compelled to seek other employment and resume his wanderings He finally found himself In New York Ill and without funds After giving him self up be expressed regret and said he was prepared to suffer the conse quences of his embezzlement The courtroom In which Belcher was sentenced was crowded with his former friends and political associates some of whom had suffered by his embezzldmants There was no taking of evidence Six indictments each alleging embezzlement were read and counsel for Belcher entered a plea to the court for clemency and declared that Ttalchers surrender and failure to contest the case were mitigating clr cunmtanccs lulled Scott In his review ot tho said that Belchers peculations had left somoot his victims penniless arid that ho saw no reason for exorcising clemency Sentence was then Im posed HOLDS WULFF FEES ILLEGAL ExStat Treasurer Loses Suit Heard In Springfield III Springfield 1IJTho state of 1111 nois Thursday scHrou Judgment against former State Treasurer Henry Wulff0and lloyd W Yhlttemore his rlg3Crelghfoitcourt The Judgment was excepted to by the defendants and an appeal was taken to tho state supreme court Tho suit was flied by the state of Illinois to recover tees held by former State Treasurer Wulff prohibited by a special act of the legislature Those lIglstalion pal bonds It Is probable that the case will ba heard at tho December term of the supreme court as the attorneys may riot rgreo to a hearing at the October term Collier May Be Saved Washington A report was recolved at the navy department Friday from Admiral Evans commanding the At mantic fleet that there were some chances of saving the collier toro aground on Block land- Lithographers Quit Work preIllhogfaphersing houses thMlnneapolis walked out frlt r 6hJa trlke In response to the general strike order Issued from Uie nit loarl headquarters P STATE ODDS AND ENDS BATTLE IN MOUNTAINS Effftrt Being Made to Arrange Truce and Get Martins to Surrender Sandllck KyA report has reached hero to the effect that the sheriff of Knott county with a posse of 2Q men had a fierce battle with the Martin faction of tho HailMartin feud In which four of the outlaws were killed and two members of Sheriff Hayss posse wounded The report did not contain tho names of tho killed or the wounded saying that the officers hind gone back to Hlndman falling to dislodge or capture any of the feudlBls who number somo GO men Another report Is to the effect nat the ffgbt occurred between the foudlsts them solves The Martin faction IS said to be led by W Yates Martin and his two sons Silas and Alexander They are now retrenched at the homo of Mar tin on Beaver Creek and Sheriff Hayes and his posse are In the neigh madIman Martin and his tow sons to sur render to the authorities as they will not submit to arrest by force Unless tho Martins surrender Gov Deckham I will bo asked to send troops to the tcene of tho battle OATH OF OFFICE Taken By Lasting Who Succeeds Paynter on the Appellate Bench Franklin rJudge John M Las 215 of Boone county took the oath of office as judge of the court of appeals to succeed Judge Thomas II Payntcr whose resignation took effect Judge Laggings active work on the appellate bench will not begin until the third Monday In September Ho did not file his resignation as commltce theII STATE MILITIA Will Guard the Prisoners To Be Tried For the Broughton Murder Frankfort KyGov Beckham or tiered Capt DIshsians company of I Barboursvllle and Capt Longmlrea battery of Frankfort to guard the prisoners Jesse Fitzgerald and Annie Henson from Stanford to Barbours vllle and to protect them during their trial for the murder of Mrs D rough ton The troops will be under the command of Col J Embry Allen of Lexington and Capt Iongmlre will take a Galling gun and 40 men SACK OF PEARLS worth 12000 Gathered In the Ohio and Wabash In Four Months Paducah KylIenryP Kath a pearl fisher arrived here In his gaso line launch lie had several sacks of pearls with him which hd says are valued at 12000 He has been fish ing for pearls In the Wabaslt fiver and In the Ohio for about four months lie will go to New York to dispose ot his treasure and has presented Capt Young Taylor of the dry dpcks with I three large pearls to be made into hat pins They are valued at 1200 Arrested on the Roof Louisville Ky Patrick Henry Woods and Jeff Gllkey charged with putII wero arres on I the root of George Hillary Culvers residence corner of Fifteenth and Chestnut streets Met Death In Unusual Manner Louisville Ky Lawrence Hart the sevenyearold eon of Wllllqm Hart met death In an unusual manner He tried to climb up a horses tall to get oh Its back and slipping fell under the feet of the horse The animal stopped on his head crushing hU skull Refused to Grant Ball Lexington IA teljugram from Irv vine says that Clrcqit Judge Riddle re fused to grant ball to John Smith and John Abner charged with the assas sination of Dr D N Cox during the Breathltt county feud troubles They will be held on the charge Of murder Hit By Lighted Lamp Ixulsvllle KAlbert Murphy colored died at the University Hospital I front the burns It Is alleged he had IIghfeilampcolored at her home C21 Seventh street Wounded by Robbers Olive Hill IDuring a battle with robbers who were In thee store of A J Stamper Co Robert llauconshli who sleeps In the building was dangerously wounded by a pistol ball through tho hips A Killing at Cash Ellzabethtown Ky Reports have been received here of a fatal affray at Cash this county Whit Hantlley and James Miller became Involved hia dispute over a cow HarJley shot Mil r ler killing him instantly Miller was over 70 years of ago- Kentucky Corp r I ns Frankfort Ky The following new cobiiaaic3 filed lncgriprajlonarlces SJari F unilry Cp Govtngton o000 Vpr onaiand Mud Lick tTurnplko Coy otr nSona county 7000 Gregory Heights Co pf Pj i8h 100000 MADDENS SUNS I Have Gone to New York on Order of Their Father Lexington Ky IWwanl anti JosppB Madden sons of John E Madden thtr noted turfman whose wife Just di haYOt9DIJtl1ther The boys wero taken away from Hamburg secretly going to Winches tor In an automobile Saturday night and taking the 920 train oast The object of Mr Madden in taking them away In this planner Is not under stood It Is supposed that ho ha hoardof that his former wifq l idd designs on them She was hero lastfarewellLexington friend of Mra Madden now Mrs Bell gives some Interesting ifstory ot Mr Bell and a description ot the establishment of which the tars lexington woman will be mlatreaa BURST OF APPLAUSE M When the Judge Acquitted the Wife of I Killing Her Husband Georgetown Ky During tits exam- Ining trial of Mrs Ellen Graves charged with killing her husband Squire Hamrlck was Introduced to show her purpose In hunting him was not murder He sold she had asked him to help her search and ha had gone to the saloon at her request Vie James testified that the hubaniL knocked defendant down a year ago When County Judge Yates in an opla ion full ot pathos dismissed the de fondant for lack of proof thu largo auj dlenco burst into applause which tha officers could not subdue NEW SET OF OFFICERS I Chosen by the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks In Convention Irvine KyThe Kentucky circuit court clerks In convention hero elected officers as follows Hubbanl SchwarU ot Campbell county president vice presidents G W Gatlln E J tlarrati W M Cardwell John H Page Alvii Steger Miss Olive Robinson and Q W Cann secretary Ben Marshall treasurer Wynn Mostly executive committee Tom B Spalding W L Miller Sam Bedford A M Edwards John Goodman J P aytand T J Moore i sargeantataims Ben CAllnju FATHER INLAW J Was Drunk and Abusive itis Said So Preston Killed Him Harrodaburg KyoNear Kings Mil on Dlx river a farmer named Prealgsv and kllled Crqushtonhl loseBroughtonWent to the Preston tome and itiswith a knife Ir2jlonernptledbOtb- barrelaor a shotgun blsbreasf killing hint instantly Racing fudge fobbed Mt Sterling Kyi Three nienanJ- fn Jail here charges With burglar One Of them Martin Set man wu pointed out by Col A W Hamilton the racing Judge as having entereii his room The Colonel was robbed ot S5 In cash his splitsecond watch and other valuables narrow escape frombglpbmurdered aa the robbers put a plsjol to head when he discovered them afi workSRobbed Him of Two Cents Irvine Ky Frank chancy IG rlo calved a sentence sending him to the house pt reform Chaney It is iatme I saw a little boy from the countryy seW- Ing apples and caught him alone when he throw the country boy down and robbed him of all that he dad twa centspA Clash Narrowly Averted Lexlnstpn KyA clasli between whites anti negroes was narrowly averted during the parade of several thousand negrpe3 wh6 sirrru paling In the cJebrathn cit the United Brothers of Friendship nail tha Sisters ot the Mysterious Ten a nee gro order Fair Association incorporated Lexington CyFho 3 Fair association was Incorporated with a capital stock of 25000 divided Into MOO stores with a par valUeioffjltti each i he purpose of the assoolatlomt bto give fairs carnivals andvothc i entertainments Sued For Back Taxes Lexington Ky Rankln Oleramon who la crodltod with belm the richest man Jn Fayotto county was made defendant In aault for back taxes bytha statq auditors agent He was sued for taxes for 16Oon personal property amounting to 2S000 Open S1orat Louisville Louisville lOn account of the Jithograiiliera strike In this city lu vplvlng about 40 slUUed workmen the announcement was made th t thu iaulnvllo establishmgnts ttereaf4ec1 wlV bo open shops The e p I wlll engage nonunion men In ursult donutJffstpun I auaulb- edrifyflit Fugate lit Tbt11t ris the daughter of George Fugate a welb known farmer Uvlnnnear Madlaonvltt J Ioooooooeoooooooooooooooooo o i East Kentucky Correspondence i i News You Get Nowhere Else I o 0 o Ho corrHpoalecce publiihrf iclen sijcoea U fen by tile writer The erne o It not for paUluttoa bit M fta erUenc of rood faith Writ plai- atyioeoeoeoloeoeolololoeoeoeoeoeoeoloeoloeololoeololo b o MADISON COUHTT- UIIKYFUS July SlTho Dedication of the Baptist Church was postponed on account of the rain till tho fourth Sun day in August Brother Harvey of Louisville will preach the Dedication Sermon Although it was a vory rainy day there was quite a largo crowd out Sec Gamble and wife and several others from Berea were hero Wo also had quite an interest ing talk by Mrs Thomson and Miss Lamson Brother Adams of Panola conducted tho singing Mr David Baker and wife of Beattyville visited friends and relatives hero this week and also attended tho meeting Mr Christopher Winkler andwifo of Remit visited relatives hero last week Mr F M Jones and wife were the guests of Owen Lake Sunday night Mrs Nelly Ogg visited Tilda Lain MondayMr Luther Kimber lain made a business trip to Berea FridayMr Pete Gallagher and wife and Mr Jim Baker and wife visitedrelatives Lore last week Maggio Bonge of Hugh is visiting her sister Mrs Luther Kimborlain Bertha Ogg is visiting at Kingston this week George Hurd and Harvo Johnson made a business trip to Richmond SaturdayMr D M Click of Korby Knob visited Levi Kimberlaih Saturday night HICKORY PLAINS August SIi is reported 1hat Irvine Baker has sold his farm to Marion Hill of Rod LickLizzie Maupin is spending few weeks with her sister in Garrard countyDollie- and Edna Moody of Kingston are visiting relatives at Winchester Ky Mrs Cash Graves and children oft Richmond spent lost Sunday with Mrs Irvine Baker Mrs Joann Maupin and daughter Ida visited relatives at Whites Station this week Jennie and Lizzie Burdett went to Richmondshopping last weekMrs John Bales and daughter Mrs Pleas Evans visited Mrs Bales aon James Bales and family at Irvine last week Bertha Maupin who has been with relatives in Bloomington Ill tho past few months attending school there has returned with her uncle Hiram Quinn for a few weeks visit with her parents at Whites Sta tion Hiram Quinn and niece Mrs Lee Maupin of Whites Station visit ed relatives on Scaffold Cane pike receotlyJlIOTE Aug OMrs John Lanson and family of Garrard County is visiting her brother G W Moody of Kings ton and other relatives at this place Mary Jackson and Pearl Lewis and Jackson Farmley of Ohio were at Malory Springs Sunday James Hubbard Jr is very low with con sumption and his death is expected at any timeM A Moody is our bustling store keeper at this place and is selling quite a lot of goods this week Ida and and Sallie Flinchum and Mary and Fannie Jackson visited the home of Ollie Powell Thursday evening Sallie Flinchun and Frank Hazlowood attended church at Malory Springs Sunday Hellen the little daughter of Frank Powell is threatened with FeverMrs Ella Powell visited Mrs Joe Creekmoro Monday morn ingCalvin L Creokmoro of Rich mond died at his home Wednesday and was buried at tho Pilot Knob Cemetery Thursday JACK illff COUNTY iiuaii August aWe have had plentyof rain for tho last five weeks people are all done harvesting J A Parks went to Clover Bottom Friday on business W R Bongo and son who have boon visiting in Hamilton have returned homoMr and Mrs Curt Benge visited Robert Bonges family SaturdayGorda Dean was the guest of Oracle Parks Sunday Our school o this place is progressing nicely Godfrey Isaacs thrugh this vicinity Sunday Mrs Lizzie and Anne Kimborlain wore the guests of Alice Bongo Monday Wo all miss our Sunday School Supt Mr Ely ho has gone to Hamilton People of this place were sorry to Lear of Ruford Deans death He loaves n father mother three sisters three brothers und many friends to mourn his deathRov James Parsons preached at tho Kimberlain grave yard Sunday and many were outAlex Perry gave the young people a singing Thursday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CLIMAX Aug aWe are still having lots of rain and roads are muddy and are being workedThoro were two wed dings here last week Abe Anglin and Pearl Peters wore married Wed nesday and R L Anglin of Climax and Bessie Linville of Rockford were married Thursday We wish t l them long and happy livesW J Chasteen sent another lot of wool last week Nannie and Jessie Chasteon visited Mrs Gatliff last Saturday Parkio Scott is building n new kitch en Following is tho program of Teachers Association of Dist No3 which will meet at tho Baptist Church near Climax Saturday Sept 8 Devotional Exercises by Sherman Chasteen Welcome Address by J L Jones Response by Felix Bowman Song by Association My Country Tis of Thee Essay by Theresa Johnson Physiology by J Penningtou Arithmetic by J I Scoggin Select Reading by Ella Lake Intermission and basket dinner Song by Association Naturo Study by Hattie Poynter and R E Bell Geography by Tutor Diznoy of Boroa College How to Secure tho Cooperation of tho District by Sherman Chasteen What Should bo tho Aim of Moral Instruction by J 0 Scoggin Is the Teachers Salary Commensurate with his Ser vices by Superintendent G M Ballard Spelling by J Penning ton Language by Ella Lake and Hattie Poynter How to Secure Attention by R E Bell and J 0 Scogsin What are the Teachers Rewards by J L Jones and others What is a Teacher by Felix Bow man Song When the Roll is Called up Yonder by tho Association Adjournment Supt Ballard Pres J L Jones Vice Pres Sherman Chastoen Sec Dr Cook Prof Lewis Marsh Scale and others are invited to come and take part PERRY COUNTY- At theIr recent meeting the Perry county Teachers Institute adopted resolutions the substance of which lollowst Expresses appreciation of Prof Eubank as instructor 2 Thanks Prof Seale Mr Washburn Dr Login and others for their assis tance 3 Thanks Miss Della Comb for serving as organist 4 Thanks the citizens of Hazard for their hospitality during the Institute D Com mends the work being done by the Hazard Baptist Institute 0 Approves establishment of Normal School and allowance of compensation to teachers while attending Institute by last Legislature 7 Recommends the sub stitution of some sort of a county unit plan for present Trustee system 8 Declares present salaries of teach ers too low and that they should bo raised when state finances permit Do Condemns the common practice of making school teaching a mere step pingstone to something else 10 Favors auticigarette law for state 11 Urges passage of law compelling school attendance for at least three months of tho year 12 Favors law requiring all public school teachers to have at least six months normal school training before teaching a second term 13 Pledges coopera Lion with Supt Combs in building up county schools 14 Directs copies PerryCountynal and Citizen for publication L SpicteBakerOWSLEY COUNTY Cow Creek August 8th UncloDIlloldtlme charm doctors In this part of thathedayanderans of the Civil War assembled at pensionpapers Elllottand Abraham McIntosh It may be thathaltKRameyschoolhouseSundayMr Ramey Is one of the ablest preach sIre to express our sympathy to the era In this part of the stafe We de slro to express our sympathy to the nMalncusarebeginningthe Eleventh Congressional District The candidates are Hon Don C Ed CharlesHerdtime In August Edwards is likely to CoTeacherscess Prof Chapman is an excellent scholar and a gentleman The In upontheshould have the right to vote Af firmative W A Garrett Wm Dunl gan Taylor Gabbard Negative Jas B Spence R D Hale and P M gLauraDecision Two for affirmative The Institute unanimously approved of the County Public High School Bill introduced In the last general bly of Kentucky by Taylor Gabbar- here was a convention of Circuit Court clerks at Estlll Springs last week Our clerk Isaac Wilder attendedLee 0 Rose has bought th Ledford farm on Meadow Creek fo 8000 Mr Hose It the wealUilei man In Owsloy counts Arthur feary was arrested Aug 3 by Deputy U S Marshal Wm Mayes and tnken to Beattyville Ky to answer to the charge of moonslilnlnp Vcnry sold ho would easily maintain his Innocence The Teachers Association meetings in Owsloy are to be hold follows First Association District a Grassy Branch Saturday September 1 Second District nt Oak GroveSat urdny September 20- Respectfully T P GADBARO OHIO NEWS HAMILTON August 6Wo have been havin the warmest weather of the Benson during tho post woolThe post office receipts in Hamilton for Jul amounted to Sll01r The July revenue icceipts in our city wore 8712 for beer 10785 for cigars and 1400 for specials Mayor Thomas collected 15505 of fiUlS and license fees in Hamilton during July Lewis Gabburd and Mr Sparks left last week for tho West They are now in St Louis MoA- J Gabbard and Henry Smith have changed boarding houses They are now on Cleveland AvnPM Rey nolds purchased a horse anti buggy and will now deliver all groceries to customers Messrs lluby and Eckort anti Meredith Gabbard drove out about five miles last Tuesday to pick blackberries Each picked about six quarts in three hoursMr and Mm Johnson from Annvillo Jackson Co Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs Gran villo at this place They have twin girls with them about three years oldand weigh about 50 pounds ouch Thom wore fortytwo deaths in Hamilton during July as compared with thirtythree deaths during the saint month of 1005 and twentyfour during June WSloy Baker a law less Kentuckian who has been keep ing a boarding house nod saloon on 5th street was fined about fSlJOalld 150 days in fordifforent offtii ses by Mayor Thomas lost week Ten more saloons have had to close in Hamilton ou account of not being able to pay the 1000 imjXMod by the Aiken law which took oiled about June JatThe Miami Valley Cha tauqua closes Monday August OUt Dr Russell II Conwellof Philadel phia pastor of the largest Baptist church iu America preached Sunday Dr RA Torroy evangelist proachcd Monday Both are mon of grout power and experience and had large audiences Dr Torroy has returned to America after four years of worldwide evangelistic labors Since his return he has hold evangelistic son ices for Bomo months in Toronto Philadelphia and Atlanta The coating mill of the C C Paper Co was closed down last Tuesday caused by the breaking of n largo cable that tuns tho coatinlimachltl08 and elec trio being ro placed now with n now one 7200 feet long It doubles nine times across a distance of 100 feet TIM C C Paper Co is building a pulp and paper mill in North CarolinA which it is said will equal tho one hero in sizeDiod July 21 Tuesday at about 8 oclock Leliu the only baby daughter of Mr and Mrs E U Flanory of Mt Auburn Cin She was eight mouths and three days old Her death was sudden and was caused by something similar to cholera infantum Tho bereaved parents have our deepest sympathy The Lord giveth and the Lord lakoth away blessed bo the name of tho Lord A HOT CHA8B After Escaped Prisoner By Officers and Citizens Wrecked a Fair Richmond KyJlm Lakes of Jack son county who was wrested by General Deputy Collector Short of Richmond and Squire Wlllhun Johnson of Berea on tho charge of selling whisky without a governmont license at tho Berea fair broko away from tho offl oars and created havoc at tho fair Fully 200 mon joined In tho chase Tents wore overturned fences wero broken down and many women and children were knocked down and Injured before ho Will recaptured SACK OF PEARLS I Worth 112000 Gathered In the Ohio and Wabash In Four Month I Paducah Ky Hoary F ICath a poarl Usher arrived hero In his gasoline launch He hind several sacks of pearls with him which ha says are valued at 12000 Ho has been flail ing for pearls In the Wabash river and In tho Ohio for About four months He will go to Now York to dispose of his treasure and has presented Capt Young Taylor of the dry docks with throe largo pearls to bo made Into hat pins They are valued at 200 BARGAINS Meal 05c per bushel Granulated Sugar5o per l- bFlour40c to OOc per lack Boat Bacon lie per Ib lbsaAll other goods at thin lowest pos siblo prices DSETTLEr NEWS IN A NUTSHELLS Tho AngloAmerican polar oxpodl lion Is well on the way in tho Arctic BOAS Capt A R Drum for tho past 14 Arlingtontton Ho was Gl years old Ho served throughout tho civil war District Attorney Jerome announced ho would personally conduct tho pros ecution of Harry K Thaw who In awaiting trial on a chargo of having murdered Stanford White alarmg lIng Charles M RIchwIne and Chic Hc employesyTho department of Justice has ro colvod affidavits that Ixiulsvlllo ft Nashville railroad had discharged or threatened to discharge employes because they were members of labor unIonsOov Pardeo has been asked to Issue requisition papers on tho governor of Now York for Jose V DIryana and At tlllo Carlo who are wanted in San Francisco to answer to a chargo of forgeryCharles Nickel newspaper publish er and former United States commie sioner nt Medford Ore was sentenced to 13 months Imprisonment on Mo Nells Island for alleged land fraud conspiracyP of Flttsburg a pioneer In tho tlnplato and sheet steel industry died at his winter homo in Southern Pines N a Mr Laufman was 00 years old He suffered a stroke of paralysisA and wind storm struck tho camp of Ute regulars and Michigan national guard near Indianapolis but nsldo from tho blowing down of n con damagohasAn Investigation of tho supply of meat and bread for tho New York navy yard Is being mado A verbal report by tho Inspector has been made to Secretary Bonaparte and It shows a very unsatisfactory condition nogroasJackson UaryyPrlMterr T by officers hurrying the prison ers to Jho federal Jail at Muikogee Suit was instituted In the supreme court of tho District of Columbia to compel tho Catholic University of America to relinquish securities aggre gating 3S7610S said ta have been liven the university by the late Thomas R Waggaraan ICEMEN INDICTED True Dills Are Returned by Philadelphia Grand Jury Rraadjurydlotmont against 14 members of U10 Philadelphia Ice cxehang who ire charged with conspiracy to IMMMD the price of lee There is but ma In dlctment containing six counts awl attorseytoThe trial has been set for Septem ber 6 Leading New York Lawyer Dead Olean N Y Aug 8Charles 8 Gary ono of the loading lawyers of this section and solicitor of tho treas ury under President Cleveland died Tuesday Are Adrift on Lake Ontario Wotoott N Y Aug 8 William Dickey and two men and two women whose names are not known are adrift somewhere on Lake Ontario in Dlokeys gasoline launch Sunday night tho launch In distress spoke a passing veevel but declined help Later the craft was spoken by two men In a canoe and asked for aid It was sent quickly from shore but the launch could pot be found A searching party cruised over that pert of tho lako without finding tho party Duel Is Harmless Paris Aug 8oens Andre and Nogrior fought a duel with pistols Tuesday In tho park surrounding the rofildeuoo of Prince Joachim Murat Gen Andre fired without hitting his bptKmont and Gen Negnor declined to Duo The principals left tho Hold unreconciled Long Drought Droken Mexico City Aug 8Theo long drought which has prevailed In tho vsjloy of Mexico has boon broken by Lfcavy showers IDEAS Cheerfulness ChccrfulncoH in full of significance it suggests good health n clear conscience and nnoul at pence with all human nature Charles Kingsloy A morry heart dooth good like n medicine but a broken spirit drieth the bones Proverbs 17 JJ2 An ounce of cheerfulness is worth a pound of sadness to servo God with Fuller If good people would but mako their goodness agreeable and smile instead of frowning in their virtue how many would they win to the good cause Archbishop Usher You find yourself refreshed by tho presence of cheerful people Why not make earnest effort to confer that pleasure on others You will find battle is gained if you never allow yourself to say anything gloomy Mrs L M Child IDrdiKrrrrrkrrrtrrrrrrtairrattgrtlrrrnrrrrrr krkrkrlrlrk Atsc WHO SAID GROCERIES II Jo V She ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 t tor have called in person and talked on the subject to A Jo t W D LOGSDON t When you vnjit good things at low prices hes the man SJ to talk with ta jjTryt White Rose Irlour per Sack Go u la Pint Cups 20 s Best Rubbers for Fruit Jars per Dozen 05 3 Heat Fruit Jar Caps per Doicn 25 vj iAllkinds of Fruit Jars and everything right attiII Logsdons UptoDate Grocery Store I sSIStlI1111peA Ip1AAAiIA A ililirAili1AAito11Ai71SlilkitililAAirIRAIttlAAtl ilA Annual Personally Conducted Niagara Falls- Excursion VIA C1HDIn roitiintlim with H- IPRMWabashRR SATURDAY JULY 231906 7 Round Trip FROM CINCINNATI TioKirrs 0001 12 DATS IfETCBNixn Tickets good going nnd returning nil mil or at option of passunguro will INI honored iu either dirtutiuu ho twuon Detroit mill Huffnlo on tho D ft H Stotts ship Comp snys loots Ior foldnr cuiidiiiiing bUn II ml Infer nmtion regarding time of trains rules eta mil on any O H D Agent or address W B GALLOWAY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 freely plain luted pept New Potatoes 1 For new potatoes call on C if Canfield phone KEEP CLEAN and got your clothes and prcwml by 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