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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oSOIORoeoeoeoUoeoeoeofioeolto 080BCBOBOBOH090MOBOBOBOBOB0V I S BEREA PUBLISHING CO o 2r NextWeek Daniel Boone n I dinxofkenoS 0 JoVOL VIII Five Cents n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 10 1000 Ono Dollar a Year NO O I WEATHER REPORT Mr Flanorys roport of weather oljflorvations from Monday ilgust 0 to Sunday Aug 12 gives tho fol lowing figures Temperature Ilalnfall Highest Lowest III Inrlim Monday no no ono Turulnr e0 009011OadWnhlrulny 00 Thursday DO nK oa Friday HO 70 0 Hatnrday Ill nu On9 Hunday HO 07 90 Average III 07 Total 437 IDEAS Thoollior day Senator Elkins said A man way chase dollars atul got hnppincm but the troublo oomon when dollars begins to chano him That explains much of tho worlds unrest rightdownpronpocsTho Iso got n good job as nmnageh ob a laundry In sight Tho Widow Well yo want tote git tint out ob sight anfogit ill Mali last husband had dat same hallucina tion but do lady who promised toh lub houeh an olwy him postivoly refiiHod fob Ixj do laundryl Puck Tho modern city noels the strength and vitality of the country boy But that country toy who thinks of escap ing tho supposed isolation and toil of tho farm by plunging Into tho awful whirl of our congested centers entertains tho wildest sort of a dream mightUytoward them must ho blunt the side toward their neighbor must have a razorfinish J Marvin Nichols FROM THE WIDE WORLD At present children in tho public schools in England are taught tho doc trlntw of tho Episcopalian church at public expense whether they bo tho children of members of that church Or of Baptist Methodist or others RJCatdoolOtis laws many members of other churchoa laving gone to prison for n paytnlMfew days ago tho IIouso of Commons pM80IlbillBO a that from January 1008 such nectar tan teaching at public expense is to bo no more This bill must first bo acted upon by tho house of Loris however and it is quito certain tha they would defeat it if they dared It remains to bo soon if thoy dare comingrromtho government will not allow any news to bo sent out of the country which it doc not approve and the news which would otherwise como out in swell that it does not wish i- to bo known IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Democrats in lllinoisnro about to have an interesting fight in their Slate Convention in Peoria Some weeks ago Bryan wroto a letter from Europo asking Roger C Sullivan a member of the Democratic National Cominitto and very cunning boss positionappointed to it and did not repre soul tho party Sullivan refused and now six hundred of his pledged adherents are on the way to tho stale Convention nt Peoria whore ho has engaged nil tho IxSt hotel accomoda lion in advance There will doubt Icmbo a lively fight in the convention Ono of tho most boated campaigns over conducted within tho Republi can party of town has just boon closed by tho State convention of that state It has mado some dec larations in its platform which show progress in the right direction It declares in favor of a primary oleo lion law and of election of United States senators by direct voto of tho corruptIng tics and government and says Wo pledge ourselves to the enactment of such laws ns will render it unprofit corporationsto campaignsIttective system but favors such reasonable and timely changes as will keep tho tariff in harmony with out industrial and commercial prog rose COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Republican Primary Election for nomination ora candidate for United States Congressman for tho eleventh Congressional district will bo hold this week Saturday This district comprises the following ClayClintoncalfe Owsloy Perry Pulaski Rustsoil Wayno and Whitloy As theeo counties are strongly RopublU THE USE AND THE ABUSE OF THE DISTRICT SCHOOL The Government wisely provides a school for every dis trict This gives a chance for every family to get education How arc things going in your district Re member the school cant benefit children who dont attend The proper school age is from 6 to 15 Then children can learn but they cant earn Let theta go to school every day See that they have clothes and books That is the time for you to get your benefit from the public free schoolAnd let every child set out to finish the common school studies at 15 years of age Let every teacher give his first attention to the younger children Hero is the abuse of the school Some teachers like to show that they can teach the so called higher branches They spend their time teaching Algebra to one or two big pupils The younger children are neglected And the big pupils do not get their Algebra so well as they would at a higher school The big pupils ought to go away to school where they will meet the bright young people from other districts and can have the library the scientific apparatus the lectures and general advantages of a large school Let the free school teach the children and teach them well Let every boy an girl finish the free school at 15 and then take a few terms at some large school away from home can with ono or two exceptions the Republican candidate is quito sure of election In 1001 tho Democratic candidate received 13200 votes and tho Republican 31310 Tho can didates for this nomination are Ed wards Hurd and White Wo have hoard that tho principal objection to White is that ho has boon too clean and straight a man for tho politicians to use ns they wished If that is true it is a good recommendation for him So far as the Republican par ty of Kentucky stands for justice and righteousness a man who will bolt iho parly when it is going wrong is in reality more loyal to it than ono who voice with it right or wrong Let every Republican of tho eleventh district go to tho polls OH Saturday and voto for tho candi date whom he thinks to bo most hon est and upright no matter how truo or false ho has boon to tho party ma chino in tho past Tim trial of French Abnor and murdertBoallyvillo On Tuesday tho 1ith tho defendants with Jim and Alex Hargis and Ed Callahan wore all on tho stand and denied all accusations It had been thought that Smith would make a clean breast of his knowledge of affairs as he bad boon to do it is said b his rein thetothers only his memory was worse Coal Production of Kntlucky In 1005 Each year since 1800 tho coal pro duction of Kentucky has shown TIP increase in quantity until in 1005 the output was two and n half times that of amounted to 8 132523 short tons which had a valuo on the spot of 3335532- Kentuckys coal product is drown from two groat coal fields ono in tho eastern and ono in the western part of tho State Tho total area under lain by coal in tho eastern counties of tho State is estimated at 11180 square miles Tho coalbearing arena In the western part of the ore estimated to contain 5800 square miles or somewhat more than ono half of that of the eastern part of the State Up to tho close of 1004 the western district however produced considerably more than halt the total output of the State but the recent developments in Pike Johnson and other counties of tho eastern portion Improasiootlmt district will soon exceed that of tho western Tho data horo given are taken from a forthcoming report of Mr E W Parker statistician of limo United production Nominated for CongreM Cedar Rapids la Aug 10 Robert O BUrton of MonUcollo was nom bated for congress Tuesday by Un Democrats of the Fifth Iowa district RARE TREAT FOR BEREANS c S Mason Religious Secretary of the Cincinnati Y M C Will Give a ForeignCountdesPubllc I On Friday evening nt 780 oclock- C S Mason LL B will give a reading entitled Notes of a Trip to Europe Asia and Africa with Peeps into Palestine It will boa semi humorous account of his personal It is trop to tho public All invited at 780 Friday August 17V West parlor Ladies Hall Loiter from President Frost Woods Hole Mass Aug 400 Dear Headers of The CiUzon1 wish I could know what each ono of you is doing thin morning Perhaps you would to knoWwhat wo aro doing this summer spendtbonine but good friends persuaded mo that I might livo longer and preach more in tho end if I took some rest at this time As soon as wo toga to rest wo found wo were very tired On tho way wo visited Mr Noll- in Buffalo and saw Niagara Falls Then wo spent a day at Riga near Rochester N Y whom my father was born and where four generations of my family lived and died Then wo spent two days in New York with Stanley anti Mr Cady Stanley working on tho Now York Tribune and ia not so fortunate aa Beroa pee plo in tho matter of vacation Ho only has two weeks and loses his pay during that time And just now it seems probable that ho cannot over yearOno in Con necticut upon relatives of my motherI living in a house 200 years old whom the great grandmother cast bullets for her husband to use at tho battlotf Bunker Hill I CapoCodharbors The government has a Fish Commission Station hero and there is a famous Summer School of Sci ones hero with teachers from nil parts of the country studying and working in tho laboratories Every morning at three oclock fleet of sumo twenty fishing tatputs out two men in each They return before night Some days two daytheyJust now there is a remarkable fog upon tho const so that vessel- arc in groat danger of running int each other or into tho shore For two days tho fog boll has boon toll nightThis out from anything soon in our mount thingsinfrom a boat his gathering of tho fish ermen all that Is said in tho Psalms about winds and waves Every day wo bathe in the salt water and Edith and Cleveland have both learned to swim We often think of our friends in Kentucky especially tho dear boys and girls of tho Regiment of the Kings Sons and Daughters Wo hope they nro all well happy and faithful in prayer and service Wo want to see them all again at the be ginning of tho Fall term The dangers and trials of tho sea aro liko tho dangers and trials of lifo Those who are not In boats havo their fogs and waves and storms And wo must all learn to bo calm and happy trusting in God Wo have just learned by heart this beautiful song IeepISecure I teat upon the wave Nor Thou O Lord hast power 1s navel mlIorsleepRockalAnd such the trust that still were mine brineAndIIhloIIIthlInThe germ of Immortality And calm peaceful tamp HeelRocked in the cradle of the yoursWml3oodolf Frost Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE iVonther Report Ilene From the Wide World In Oar Own Country 3ommanwcnlth of Kentucky dltarlalTho District School Bereft Sunday ffphool Convention letter from President Frost Ulttten Announcements Trent for Ilorcnn FAOn TWO mAn Unconscious Benefactor Serial The Cl rafter PAGE TIIIEEE tern and Vicinity College Items News In a Nutshell Latest Market Koports rem FOUIl Common News from Everywhere Recent 1t News PAUK FIVE The Farm and Onrden Sunday School lesson Temperance Notes roar SIX Tim Ilnmiv Healthful hats The School Lewis Practical Arithmetic Tim Fnrm Points on the Peach Orcluinl- lly Pruf Mural Eighth Kentucky History Telegraph News from State end World PAOE SEVEN lluslnes and the Larger LttaUy Edwin Blnrkhnm Thin Vntue oft SoulHy flew Win Ilur- gens Ordilers The Single Bottle PAGE KIQIIT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence Good Things for Rrndera of thin Citizen I Concluding chapters of tho His tory of tho 8th Kentucky Regiment II Letters from Prof Mason from California President Frost from Now York Miss Robinson from Europe and other summer travelers III Short practical articles on health by Dr Cowley several pro grams for exhibition for rural schools etc etc Those Seventyfive Cent Knives nThey aro going like hot cakes weregIn fact they were going so fast we telegraphed an order to a largo fact ory for a now lot and they sent us all they had and said it would take tho factory about thrco weeks to make up enough knives to flU our orders quickifpocket knives with two strong blades of razor steel Ono dollar will bring you tho knife and tho Citizen for ono carOnly for now subscribers Roosevelt end Boone I They would make a great comb nation or fighters wouldnt they Next week wo print the presidents own story of Daniel Boone and tho Founding of Kentucky You will wont to cut that out and save it Toll your friends about it and that Trapper knife and they will bo sending in their subscriptions if they aro wise IT7rhohllenrOver fifteen people died of this disease in Kentucky last year inacomessThis publishgiven by our Stato Board of Health Every ono should road them care fully cut them out and help to followingo Ilerea Sunday School Convention Tho Annual Sunday School Convention of tho Glade District will behold at tho Baptist Church of Boras Saturday August 18 10002 p m and 730 pm The following program has boon arranged 200 Song Service led by W C Gamble 21D Devotional Exorcises Rev T A Kitchen 230 Tho Bible School a Its Work Dr Cook ll Its Opportunities Mrs Thomson c Address Miss C Fox Song Mr and Mrs Gamble 820 Somo Information Concerning the General Makeup of tho Bible Rev Amos Stout 840 Tho Pastors Rela tion to tho School Rev C A Van Winkle 400 Tho Parents Relation to tho School Prof Lewis 420 What tho Scholar Expects From His Teacher MrFlanoryj Evening Ses slon71 Song Service 780 Devotional Exercises T J Osborue Song Mr and Mrs Gamble 745 Address Valuo of Systematic Bible Study Prof Rumold 815 Address How to Keep tho Young Mon intho Bible School C S Mason Cincin nail 0 Collection taken for District Work Bonaparte to Visit Oyster say Secretary Bonaparte will leave Washington Thursday for Lonox and will bo absent from tho department about throo weeks On September I OysterDayboard the Mayflower and roviow the North Atlantic Hoot It i Idle Money r Idle Money does not Grow and it may be Lostr j Hidden away about the house it may be destroyed- by Fire or Stolen by thieves Carried about in your pocket you may Lose it and you are constantly tempted to Spend it for some thing you do not need One Dollar deposited in our Savings Department and left there for one year will earn cents IS will earn twentycents 25 will earn one dollar j 50 will earn 202 3 100 will earn 404 WHY NOT BEGIN NOW e ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT Berea Banking Co Assets over 10000000 Capital 2500000 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier pp 9 t BARGAINS THIS WEEK ISPEOIAL White Lawn Shirt Waists Short and long sleeves They are regular 150 w Esswaists all marked for quick selling99c w 125 yardwide strictly all Silk Black Taffeta iwarranted to wear per yard89c75- C white and black Wash Silk 59c 100 per yard Silk Pongee will sell while they at KWhite Goods 200 to 30C Dotted Swiss toW t close per yard J5c theyR ImgggKY JKokokokokakokokokokokoKorokokokokokokokokokokokokoko a o0- O Tofl o 0 0 I Quit Business I 0 0 Will offer for sale in any way I to dispose of stock quickest my entire stock of merchandise at a bargain Will also offer for o osale my business and dwelling iaooOx 0 RYoOI Ae P SETTLE Jr I 0 i ewoOMOIIOOMo1iOl101ll0MO0II oItOWGMoJilotlOllOllOow AN UNCONSCIOUS BENEFACTOR Ole flU Smllhcri stood aroun Ttunulu everybody down Used to atop his work to say Things about folks out our way Used to uiitko us all BO mad Dy the Texln way he had That we Uvtd 1n mortal tear Of hit tonguetwas that ererl Used to do bur level best Rateta crops to beat the rest Cntwe Dill MId with many a sneer SVant no fusclas3 farmer here Tried the very best we knew Fur to raise big cattle too IluMIed dAY an night to show That Dill Smithers didnt know Blinker bossln people to That he let his own work go Now bout all that he has got 11 mortgages and theyre a lot But us folks he criticised Prospered till youd be surprised rte was Irrltntln still We are much obUged to DilL Washington Star THE GRAFTERS By FRANCIS LYNDB tcovrrul + lVOI byrnaeeaterut trust CHAPTER IVCOJTTWOED She closed her eyes recalling the words and the occasion of them You are wasting time and sentiment on this young upstart of a country lawyer Elinor So long as you were tontent to make It a summer days amusement I had nothing to say you are old enough and sensible enough to choose your own recreations But In Justice to yourself no less than to him you must let It end with our going home You harent money for two Her eyes grew hot under the closed lids when she remembered At the time the hard saying was evoked there was money enough for tfftS It David Kent would have shared it But he had held his peace and gone away and now there was not enough for two Elinor faced her major weakness un tllnchinely She was not a slave to the luxuries the luxuries of the very rich On the contrary she had tried to make herself believe that hardness was a part of her creed But latterly the had been made to see that there was a formidable array of things which she had been calling comforts little luxuries whfch Brookes Ormsbys wife might reckon among the simplest necessities of the dally lifer but which David Kents wife might have to fore- go nay things which Elinor Brent wood might presently have to forego For she compelled herself to front the fact bf the diminished patrimony squarely So long as the modest i Western Pacific dividends were forthcoming they could live comfortably ll and without pinching But tall theseIf w No Im not great enough she confessedwith a little shiver I should be utterly miserable If 1 could afford to Indulge in deals It Would be different but I cantnot when one word of mine wilt build a barrier so high that all the soulkill ing little sklmplngs can never climb over It And besides lOwe Something xo mother and Nell It was the final straw When any weakness of the human heart can find a seeming virtue to go hand In hand with it the battle is as good as lost and at that moment Brookes Ormsby placidly refilling his pipe In the smok- Ing room of the Pullman was by no means In the hopeless case he was sometimes tempted to fancy himself As may be surmised a diligent suit or old enough to plan thoughtfully and yet young enough to simulate the youthful ardor of a lover whose hair has not begun to thin at the would lose no ground in a threedaya journey and the opportunities It af forded In Penelopes phrase Elinor suf fered him enjoying her freedom from care like a sleepy kitten shut Ming the door on the past and keep- log it shut until the night when their through sleeper was coupled fq the Western Pacific Flyer at A T Junc tion But late that evening when she was rummaging In her handbag for a handkerchief she came upon David Kents letter and read It again Loring tells me you are coming weslbe wrote I assume there fa at least one chance In three that you will pass through Gaston If you do and If the hour It not altogether Impassible I should like to meet your train One thing among the many the past two years have denied methe only thing I have cared much about I thInkIs the sight of yoUr face I shall be very happy If you will let me look at youJust for the minute or two the train may stop There was more of It a good bit more but it was all guarded common placer opening tio window In the heart of the man David Kent Yet even In the commonplace she found some faint Interlinings of the change In him not a mere metamorphosis of the outward man as a new environment might make but a radical change deep and biting like the action of a strong acid upon a line grained metal She returned the letter to Its en and after looking Gaston on the tihelnbidicll Irt to a heart stirring reverie with unseeing eyes fixed on the restful blackness of tho night rushing rearward past the car fyiqdqttS lie has forgotten she said with a little lipcurl of disappointment Ha thinks he ought to remember and he- M trying=Uyiag Iwcftust Qratthka said something that mSdi hIm thtnh ho ought to try nut Its no use It was only a little summer Idyl and we have both outlived It She was still gazing steadfastly up on the wall of outer darkness when the porter began to make down the berths and Penelope came over to sit In the opposite seat Wo are on our own railroad now arent wo she asked with purpose ful lackInterosu Andlot me see Isnt Mr Kent at some little town wo pus through t It IsdvplVy said Hllnor And tne name acton 401 remenibor sow Penelope rejoined i wonder If we shall see him It is most unlikely He docs not know we are coming and he wouldnt be looking tor UB Penelopes fine eyes clouded At times Elinors thoughtprocesses were as plain as print to the younger sis ter at other times they were not- I should think tide least we south do would be to let him know she ventured Docs anybody know what time the train passes Oastodt At 715 tomorrow evening was Penllopedrewready answer and Ute folded timetable In Elinors lap Well why dont you send him a rjIwarily young woman I fancy I have halt a hind to do It myself I like him is you dont care for him any more Thus Pent lope and a little while afterward finding herself In the library compartment with blanks and pen and Ink convenient and nothing better to do she Impulsively made the threat good In a tenword message to KentIf he should happen to drop In un expectedly It will give Ellie the shock I a KENT FORCED HIMSELF TO BE NEIGHBORLY of her life she mused and the telegram was smuggled Into the hands of the porter to be sent as occasion of feredThose who knew Mr BrookosOrmsby best wero wont to say that the world of action a world lusting avidly for resourceful men had lost the chance of acquiring a promising leader when he was born heir to the Ormsby mU- ttons Be that as it may he made the most rf such opportunities for the exercising of his gift as came to one for whom the long purse leveled most barriers Jtad been making the most of the present leaguer of a womans heart a citadel whose capitulation was not to be compassed by mere moneymight he would have said Up to the final day of the long wistward flight all things had gone well with him True Elinor had not thawed visibly but she had been tol eiant Penelope had amused herself at no ones expense save her own a boon for which Ormsby did not taU to be duly thankful and Mrs Brent wood had contributed her mite by keeping hands off But at the diningcar luncheon on the last days run Penelope languishing at a table for two with an unrcspons Un Ormsby for a visavis made sly mention of the possible recrudescence of one David Kent at a place called Gaston this merely to note the effect upon an unresponsive tablemate In Penelopes observlngs there was no effect perceptible Ormgby said AhZ and asked If she would have more of the salad But later In a contemplative halfhour with his pips lit the he let the scrap of Information sink in and take root- Hitherto Kent had been little more than a name to him a name he had never heard on Elinors lips But It love be blind In the teens and twen ties it Is more than apt to have a keen gift of insight In the thirties and beyond Hence by the time Orms by had come to the second filling ot his pipe he had pieced together bits of halfforgotten gossip about the Croydon summer curious little reticence ai on Elinors part vague hints let fall by Airs Bren wood enough to enable him to chart the rock on which his loveargosy was drifting and to name itDavid Kent Now to a wellknit man of the beavenIoornbe forewarned Is to bo doubly armed At the end of the halfhour of studious solitude In the smokingroom Orms by had pricked out his course on the chart to a boatslength had trimmed his sails to the minutest starting of andIthere were and a diningcar dinner Intervened Those six hours and the dinner he derided must wa sr tOM thsrc J nclurlng for otrpelvee If MB way how nine men out of ten would have given place to panicardor turning a possible victory Into a hopeless rout let us hold aloof and mark tho generalship of tho tenth who chances to be the heavenborn For five of tho six precious hour Ormsby merely saw to it that Elinor was judiciously marooned Thru the diningcar was reopened and the evening meal was announced Wait Ing until a sufficient number of passengers had gone forward to Insure a crowded car Ormsby let his party fall in with the toll of the procession and the inevitable happened Single seats only could be had and Elinor was compelled to dine In solemn silence at a table with three strangers Dinner over there remained but 20 minutes of the respite but tho dip lomatist kept his head going back to the sleepingcar with hl charges and dropping into the seat beside Elinor with the light of calm assurance In his eye You are quite comfortable he began Shant IJiave tho presence In the buffet make you a cup of tea That In the diner didnt deserve the nameShe was regarding him with curious anger In the gray eyes and her reply quite ignored the kindly offer ot refreshment P You are the pink of dragomans she Bald Dont you want to go and smpfco To bo entirely consistent I sup pose I ought to he confessed won dering if his throw had failed Do you want me to got I have been alone all the after noon I can endure It a little while presumet himself a single heartthrob of exultation He had deliberately gone about to break down her poise her only barrier of defense and It began to look as If he had sue seeded I couldnt help It you know he said catching his cue swiftly There are times when Im obliged to keep sway from you times when every fiber of me rebels against the re straints of tho false position you have thrust me Into When Im taken that way I dont dare play with the fire I wish I could know how much you mean by that she said musingly Deop down In her heart sho knew she was as far as ever from loving this man but his love or tho Insistent urging of It was like a strong current drifting her whither she would not go I mean all that an honest man ran mean he roJolned I have fought like a soldier for standing room In the place you have assigned me 1 have tried sincerely and stupid ly you will sayto be merely your friend just the best friend you ever had But Its no use Coming or got fag 1 shall always bo your lover Please dont she said neither coldly nor warmly You are getting over Into the domain of the very young people when you say things llko thatIt was an unpleasant thing to say and he was not beyond wincing a little None the less ho would not be turned asideYoull overlook It In pie It Ive pressed the thing too bard on the side of sentiment wont you Apart from the fact that I feel that way Ive been going on the supposition that youd like It If you could only make up your mind to like me I do like ypu she admitted more than any one I have ever known I thinkThe drumming wheels and a long drawn trumpet blagt from the locomotive made a shield of sound to Iso lato them The elderly banker In the opposite section was nodding over his newspaper and the newly married ones were oblivious each to all else but the other Mrs Brontwood was apparently sleeping peacefully three seats away and Penelope was Invis- Ible There was a time when I should have begged hard for something more Elinor but now Im willing to take what I can get and be thankful Will you give me the right to make you as happy as I can on the unemotional basis She felt herself slipping If you could fully understand I understand that you dont love mo In the novelists sense of the word and I nm not asking more than you can give But If you cap give mil the little now and raorp when I have won Itdont curl your lip at mo please Im trying to put It as mildly as I canShe was looking at him IcveJcyed and he could have sworn that she was never calmer or more selfpossessed I dont know why you want my promise or any womans promise on such conditions she said evenly But I do ho Insisted The lights of a town suburb were flitting past tno windows and tho mo notonous song of the tires was drowned In the shrill crescendo of the brakes She turned from him suddenly and laid her cheek against the grateful cool of the window fane But when he took her hand sho did not withdraw It Is It mine Elinor he whispered You see Im not asking much 7e It worth taking by Itself You make mo very happy he said quietly just then the train stopped with a J Hand a shuffling bustle of station platform noises floated Sni through tho open deck transoms of the carAs if the splutlpn of continuity had been a call to arouse her Elinor freed her han with a swift little wrench and sat bolt upright in her corner Thts stationdo yOu know the name of tehdasked fghting bard for the self control that usually t camesoreasily Ormsby consulted his watch 17 tooc We brofco off when ae tv that stu was no longer listening to him There was a stir In the forward vestibule and the porter came In with it hand bag At his heels was a man with a rough weather boxcoat a youngish man clean shaven and wind tanned ton healthy bronze with an eager face and alert eyes that mado an Instant Inventory of tho car and Its comple ment of passengers So much Ormsby saw Then Penelope stood up In her place to greet tho new comer Why Mr Kent she exclaimed Aro you really going on with use How nice ot foul Elinor turned coolly upon her seat mate selfpossession once more firmly sealed In the saddle Did you know Mr Kent was going to board the train uCr she asked abruptly Do you mean the gentleman Pene lope has waylaid I havent the pleasure of his acquaintance Will you Introduce ult CHAPTER VIJOURNEYS LSD It had been a day of upsetting for David Kent beginning with the late breakfast at which Nellje the nicht watchman at the railway station tad brought him Ienolopos tolegram At ton he had a case in court Shot well vs Western Uaclfic Co damages for stock killing for the plaintiff Hawk for the defendantKent With the thought that he was presently going to see Elinor again Kent went gaily to the battle legal meaning to wring victory out ot a jury drawn for the most part from the plulntlffs stock raimag neighbors By dint of great perseverance he managed to pro long the fight until the middle of the afternoon was worsted as usual and so far lost Ills temper as to get him self calloJ down by the judge MAo Farlanc Whereupon he went back to the Farquhar Building and to his odea and sat down at the typewriter to pound out a letter to the general cow sol resigning his sinecure The Shut well case was the third he had lost for tho company In a single court term Justice for the railroad company ua der the present agrarian conditions was not to be had In the lower courts and he was weary of fighting the los lag battle Tborefore In the midst of the type rattling the boy that served the few occupied offices In tho Farquhar Building had brought the afternoon mall It con talned a letter from luring and there was another revorslve upheaval for the exile Lorings business at the capital was no longer a secret lie had been tendered the resident management of the Western Pacific with headquarters on the ground and hit accepted Ills letter was a brief note asking Kent to report at once tat legal duty In the larger field I am not fairly In the saddle yet and shall not be for a week or so wrote the newly appointed manner But I find I am going to need a level headed at my elbow from the POllIticalCome In on Number Three today If you can If not send a wire and say when I may look for you Or better Btlll wire anyway David Kent struggled with his eats tions until he had got his feet down to solid earth again Then he tore u the half written resignation and beI gan A smite things in order fcr night Could he make Number Threet i Sine that was the train named In Penelopes message nothing short of a Catastrophe should prevent his making It I So It came about that the outcome of the cataclysm was a thing which happens often enough In a conven tionalized world David Kent with his tragedy fresh upon him dropped Informally into placo as one of tba party of five and of all the others Penelope alone suspected how hard he was hit And when all was said when the new modus Vivendi had beta fairly established and tho hour grew late Kent wont voluntarily with Ormsby to the smoking compart menu to play the string out decent ly as he afterward confessed ta LoringI you know bow to get the mot comfort out of your tobacco sail the clnbman when they were com panionably settled In the mens room and Kent produced his pipe and tobacco pouch I prefer the pipe myself for a steady thing but at this time of night a light Castilla fits utpretty well Try one tendering fits cigar case- Fljthting shrewdly against a natural prompting to regard Ormsby art an hereditary enemy Kent forced hlsuwlf to be neighborlyTo Continued A Orntwllon Protr l A Philadelphia commercial trawler who was stranded In a Georgia village sat on the porch of tho small Ion patiently awaiting the announcement of dinner At noon a darky appeared at the door and rang a big hand belt Immediately the coon dog which had been asleep In the sunshine awoke raised his head toward the sky and howled long and dolorously The darky stopped ringing the bell and scowled at the dog Yo shet Iii he shouted Yo don hafta cat die dlnnah Sides whars 0 mannahs dawg Philadelphia Press Not Old Ate Weel Jobn how are you today asked the Scottish minister Gey wed sir gey wed replied Johnvcau tlously gin It wasna for the rheumatism in tho right leg Ah John there Is no mistake you ore getting old like the rest of us and old age doesnt come alone Auld age sir re turned John I wonder to hear pa Auld age has naothlng tae dae wlfc lUrea my Ither leg jlat uauld an its DsU11News G ee e oee eQQ O w 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES l Phone 188 Richmond Ky I I c IOUTFLOWERSIW DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS e to ho+od o+o+o +o+c+o+o +o +od o +od o+o Fo +o+o Fod o+od o +o +od o r t THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o IB hero and every housewife wants one or mote newc CARPET or MATTING Take a Look Through Our Stool it will surprise you how well and how reasonably we supply your wants f IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD caniNew Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machine 130 and 135 worth and Rtjri 10f5ORUTOHER EVANS Richmond Kf DI j FbonaTt Might fhoiis 4745 + u+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o +n+o +o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o + Carriage Satisfaction Here PhaetonsRunabouts hurries Traps ComfortableStylish bodyfinishoarrlagta inraiiably give No better plllce to buy than HERE No better time to buy titaa t NOW Prices down to Rookbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and rotiro Get our prices I KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F H1GG1NS Prop RlehmoaJ JCyII o Q krrrrrrrkrrkMit iGetting Comfortable 1 Is a fine art You cant do it wilhout having just the right sort of Furniture and just the right K amount We have all the things you want make your house into a home Ii I LOUIS 0 LESTER I t Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave owLLeyStitakitls aialttitisOklsititltSsit7s ltStisAisask isa aalrACt Call at T J Slotwrloyf and seethe best lino of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for n horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Ktnt- uekyMonumer I URNS HEADSTONES STATUARY orGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds dono in n workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner snail sad Cpliics Strejt Buggies DurableGraceful Useful IDr WG BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office S R BAKERDentist D KYOurOffice hourefrom8 to 4 City Phone 123 Teeth uhtS wllbOIlra1lIomnolorDIlI C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKERISuccessor to B R Ro inllOnIAllen promptly attended teII night and day- Telaphono No 4 Boron Ky i i 1trslrrrpKsrnsrrrI The Citizen iIBEREA KY Ii x A weekly paper devoted to the interests of the Mountain IItcers of Kentucky Iii 1 Great Premiums for New ISubscriptions I Advertising Rates will be i Ifurnlsbed on 6ppt l ca i n I Ir i1 ll tt l rtti ttttctthll t+ttsta a r IwLr DOUGLA- SS1 snOBS SOnly Put Color I y Eyelti tllay uaedj Dot wear I btuy p Notwlth stnndliiKtbe prlceolI still for as WLDotiffliG makes and nulls more tnuns S3SO titan tiny mDn IU08j rho world- SI O 000 III WARD to oqs- I who tlR dlplhllJ the sn me price 350 as formerly The Incrensed volume of my busi ness more than make up for the lessening olhiy profit If I could take you Into my inn tories at Brockton Mass nnd show you the Infinite care with which every pair of Douglas shoes Is made you would realize why J anywhere they are the best shoos produced STYLESALL PRICE If I could show you the difference between the shoes made In my factory and those of other makes you would understand why W L Douglas 350 shoes cost more to make why they hold their shape fit better wenr longer and are of greater Intrlfljld l value than any other 350 shoe on the market today SOLD BY COYLE HAYESBEREA KENTU- CKYoeoeoeoioeoioioieeoeoeoeoeoeeioeoeoioeoeoeoeoeoioe 0 ierea and Vicinity i 00 0- or oSfvOe0e0e0e0eQe0e0e0e0e0e0e0i0e0e0e0e0e0e0e0eei0e0e0e0 G N Baker brought n ralllemiako- Tiro fuel throo IncluIIi bug to tho Citizen office It bud fourteen rat the and was killed near Scaffold Cano Plko Mrs Bowling wifn of tho hotol t keefwr linn boon lIck tho past two I weeks with typhoid furor Tilt numo U in connlant nttoudancoI A Mrs J K Dalton wife of thoJ blacksmith In on tho sick list Mrs Whylnnd on Walnut Meadow Pike entertained Saturday evening i iuliouor of her nlecw tho MMHOM aboutIa moot ono worn very sorry whoa the curfow hour broko up tho pleasant gathering ThoMUwcs Fnvillo loft on tie early train Monday morning for Middloburgthe bourn of Mrs GodLy mother of Mrs Chan D Lewis whom they will visit a few days returning Thursday with Prof nUll family Somo days about town find nothing bettor to do than to loaf oboist the Htruota calling tho pawing citizens nicknantcfl and making themselves a uulKiuiot generally If thoy ore relations of yours bettor sow thud they are put at some useful work Loaf lug IH tho abort cut to vice nod crime of nil sorts Tho idle maufl head is the devils workshop A couple of men driving rapidly through town lain Saturday night IIJ fired Bovoral revolver shots in rapid 1 succession probably as an Indication t of how much they land mon drinking and how they full We sro told that I iC tho sheriff is on their track Such actions are not only disorderly but 9 dangerous and ought to bo punished The infant child of Mr and Mrs Branunman died Sunday jnight and was buried Monday It I wan sick for some wocta Mr Harris of Harris U hod us ft Co loft Tuesday on a business trip to Cincinnati Thai Citizen In fortunate in occur 1 ing the Borvlcofl of Miss Louisa Wolf as atwiatautln tho ollico She rom menced work last week Tuesday and intends to study in College timid assist in tho ollico this fall I Is It Your 1 Own Hair you pin your hit to your I IDoi L own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must t be you do riot know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an Intro duction I May the acquaint t ance result In a heavy growth 10 ofrlchthlckelossyhalrl And we know youll never be gray I think that Arut lltlf TlKor li nw mix bdtprowr thl wermal I 1I4 U tr au Ilea and l w truM lull a thrt I om Rrwty pierAIlhlt I ebrluU roemmrad ii a Prpa- rauoaales y naK Wslaad MIdi II IAare1 by e0 Arr Co Lowll BUM Ala rartatrr5n sr I Itzlers a IiUIIU ALL LEATHERS ALL l9rlA 1 Lost pupie who would otherwise attend tho Heron Fair should fear disorder which might Injure thorn selvus or their children wo want to remove the Imprwwion convoyed in our account last week of the nttempt Mlcflcn IUIII recapture of Jim Lakes Wo are told that thoro was no ovor turning of tents or knocking down IUostIFair grounds while everything wont on inside the grounds us if nothing unusual hind A gook square piano for ualo or rent nt ChrUuwmfl tho furniture tuna DOOR nnyono in Boron want to give a homo temporary or jwrinanont to n little girl novon anti n half years old whose mother in load If BO write to Mr T C Will Kingston Ky Ho won in Boron lost Sunday to try to find a good homo for this orphan who ifl a niece of his Dr IJost returned from his eastern trip lust week end Is doing buslueta at the old stand Uo reports n pleasant vacation Mrs Q D Hollidny taM boon sick but is improving Wniuscottu Pop IIIn healthy Tonic Mr C S Mason Religious Score tary of the Cincinnati V M C A who in taking his vacation in Boron will conduct the prayer meeting in tin Union Church noxt Thursday evening Dr Cook is expected to preach In tho Union church nod Sunday morning John Muncy Is putting up a pretty fiveroom house for himself on Jack eon street The butcher shop has boon moved from its old location to Golden place whore uu addition has been built on behind anda now roof is wing put on The bank has moved Its busi ness temporarily to the store of Coylo and Hayes and its building is start- Ing from its ancient moorings Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for n mouth or moro can got some at R U ChrSsmaue Fur allure storo Last week Mondaynight Prof and Mrs Marsh Miss Broda nUll Dr and Mrs Cook returned from n trip to tho Clay County Sunday School Rally on Sextons Crook near tho Clark school house which was hold Saturday August 4th The journey was mudo in the Ark and had n number of interruptions caused by breakdowns The rally was a groat Biicccfls a largo crowd being gathered I and a goal program prepared W R Boggs and Mr Dean Baron stu dents have boon doing very good Sunday School work in this district and nro to bo congratulated on their succesfl in thin rally and all that it moans Prof Marsh and Dr Cook spoke nt tho rally and tho noxt day Dr Core preached at Burning Springs hero Supt Brock and Mlsa liMA made tho stayof tho party very pleasant Soo aloe Clay county news A fow womon who wish to old in paying incidental fees oMhoir children may secure work in cleaning of College buildings Apply to Mr Gamble Drink WataBcoUB Pop aoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoes I 0 College Items io 0 a HERE AND THERE oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoiIL success in his work of organizing and improving Sunday Schools in Perry county has arranged for n largo Union Sunday School picnic to bo hold at Viper September 1st Rev J H Tico lea recently rom pleted his theological oourstint Ober tin nnd accepted tho pastorate of tho Congregational Church nt Garrotls villa Ohio Ho with his wifo and throo children will make their homo thoro for the present Mr und Mrs Tico woro Boron students and work ers andwill be kindly remembered by students of tho OOs Prof and Mrs Dodge loft last Saturday aftornoon on a trip of several weeks They go first to the National Encampment of tho G A R in Minneapolis Minnesota and after that visit friends in Harvey and Woodstock Illinois and in other places They will not bo back until early in September Miss Lamsou remains to represent tho family in florae Mrs Gamble entertained party of about eight young people at her homo Monday evening Sherbet and wafera wero servo J and as each hada hand in making the sherbet there are now eight experts in Berea For names apply at tho either the Secretarys or tho Citizen office Got your ordure in Immediately Dr G A Hubbell loft on tho noon train Monday for Bollofoutniuo 0 for a fow weeks vocation bolero tak ing up his work at WUIiamsburg A letter from Mrs Paul Dorthick nee Martha Washburn a fow days lOgo sent regards to old Buroa friends and n subscription to tho Citizen Prof Marsh upt Hudson and Instructors Scale and Dizney took a trip last week to Station Camp to attend n Sunday School rally They report a pleasant trip Mr Rumold Mr Gamble C S Mason of tho Cincinnati Y M P A and Mr Chins C Green State Sun day School worker wont to McKee Saturday to attend tho County Sun day School Convention Tho rains kopt ninny away but they report a- very pleasant trip At tho County Teachers Infitilutq hold in McKee lost week it was found that moro than ono thini of tho teachers woro Huron studonts This speaks well for tho work of our young people Noah May returned to Baron Sat urday night bringing his mothor with him after spending several MngolliuCounty dayfromning to bo hero this fall and winter Also many now faces will bo seen from many parts of the country Word from Pros Frost who is now at Newton Mass resting is that ho Is fooling well and greatly improved in health Repairs are being pushed on tho College buildings and everything oponingSept planningto ThursdllYforabout a mouth visiting relatives and friendsG Green of tho corner store returned homo Monday night with an interesting account of his experiences on tho journey His brother is visit ing him hero Lucy Holliday is visiting this week at Mr Jako Herudona homo Mrs Anthony BurnoUa poaches are extra fine this year just ready for market end the public is invited to call and buy FOR SALE A fow good Jacks Wilt soli or exchange for other property J W HERNDON 8 miles from Boron on tho Richmond Pike- Bargain in Rent four room cottage garden 100x130 feet on Prospect street f5DO per mouth B 1 Ambrose Prospect street Boron Ky IIWe like best to callISCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em I phatically for perfect nutrition I And yet in the matter of restoring I appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially to the nerves its action is that of a medicine wnple3COTr8c 4 MIJ Vu Slfttt NtwY k- jocMdfiooJ sndnygl is 4 NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Agrarian disorders in tho hill re gions of tho Crimea are Increasing In Gravity Many villages are affected John Donahue a wealthy farmer was shot and killed at his homo near CoyvJlla Kan by his wifo whom ho had attacked with a butcher knife Tho Rhino and MosolJo Insurance company of Germany has decided that It will not pay its 20000 0 of liabilities arising from the flro at San Francisco Since tho recent attack on the life of lOng Alfonso of Spain strict measures baro boon Instituted to os tabllsh tho nationality of foreigners visiting that country Four boys all under nino years of ago wero struck and killed by a Penn sylvania railroad train while walking across tho railroad bridge over Urtiad street in Elizabeth N J Heprc0entaUv6 Joseph M DIxon of MIssoula Mont announced his can dldacy for the United States senate to succeed William A Clark whoso term expires In March lOOT With a largo force of assistants William IL Jarvis chief of division In tho bureau of tho census of tho department of commerce and labor has begun an inspection of tho divorces granted In courts of Greater Now YorkLightning will not only striko In tho eamo place but will strlko the same ploco twice In tho same day as walS demonstrated when tho wireless staUon of tho navy at Capo Hoary Va was put out of business by two boltsIf tho rocommondaUons of Capt B A Cloman staff oUlcer of tho general army sent to observe tho maneuvers at Camp Tacoma Wash arc adopted cite government will purchase the land included In tho present maneuver territory Whllo a number of revoluUonary agitators were undergoing examina ton at tho prefecture of tho town of Dorsonoa Russia one of tho accused drew a revolver killed tho chief of tho rural ponce wounded an aide and committed suicide THE MARKETS Grain Provisions Etc- Chlcalo Auf 1C iptclmlbrandst4004r420 itratuht export bag lUXfelear export bag WWfi40 7Drg71tleMay Hay qotAOATBDulU September IlK83USoj De comber 31Q4dtsa IlVUWoa quiet anS about steady on the early cult August wa Uo bid and t7o asked and September KHc bid Itorclrrta wero I tare- nuvrJsnfitmdy Creamery per lb Jlflaoj dairies 14fllc BOOS Finn froth egg at mark now prtmenullLIVE 1OULTHT Steady Turkeys per Ib Uo chickens fowls per lb llo ducks uetha New York Aug 14 FLOUn Dull and barely steady W4a751tcDecemberRYBNomUiaL No I western CO aL f New York CORN Dull and without transactions Live Stock Chicago Aug It- CATTIXOood to fancy steers ITC9 175 common to good stoat tleooTS in ferior to common steers 13803400 west Sill range steers 11003609 rood to fancy cow and belftn U7MJtK yearlings ctoloefeederboot cows 1451tr0 fair to cbolc stork ere fSOOtfl0 bull common to food Iltf3il0 buIll good to choice L1bft41o- 1calves fair to good ISOOJ6OOi colvss rood to choice 14 CT 04- nOQBOoodI to choice butcher KW9 IITHJ rood to choice shipping 1100348 rood to ohnltt hMvy mixed t0O1t10- rough and heavy packers t5COQ606 tight mixed tB80Qt10 fair to fancy light I05 8C1S good to prime heavy W9634JO rood to choice pigs fSlOfiUOO Omaha Neb Aug It CATTLBMarket strooger Native steers lt5QW vows and heifers LOOQ 100 western steers t3OOQ6OOi Texas steers tMBCHttj cannon ItCOOttf- itockcre and feodors tiniNCO calves ll003STtt bulls and stags UOQ0400 HOaS Market slow Co lower Heavy tiTC06Mt mixed t3868 W light tiOMt 110 pugs t4 wattO bulk ot sales t3WO- IM BUBBPMarket steady l t- tttOOl wethers t4Wif623 ewes ttOOSiOO tombs fd2MH4a kkrrttrrKrrSgr t5rrrri rrrr iiA nice little Cottage JI J House of four rooms on iJ Depot Street Lot 83 J by 269 feet Call on K or address s vC Q D tlOLLIDA Y R REAL ESTATE AGENT MAIN ST IIIIHA Ity ili11t7171kkSClititAAit 1tw7tlt7tititAi1C- ftVANTED by Chicago wholesale and mall order house assistant manage man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant permanent No Investment or expert once required Bpsro time valuable Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope Ad dress GENERAL MANAGER 31 E Lake St Chicago TO UVRK A COLD IN ONR nAY Take IAXATIVU BKOMO Qulnlue ThMets llrnxirUu refund U It fells to cure K W- Ok VitS ilgoaluieUoa each box abc e I Brighten UpIBrighton Up time is horotho limo to clean up about the house renovato and mnko tho old things look neat and clean again We can help you in tho work with our lino of Sherwin Williams Paints and Varnishes- It is really surprising what a little paint or varnish will do toward brightening up dingy surroundings Take The SW Family Paint for instance This is a linseed oil paint specially prepared for homo decorating and painting With it any one can renew tho appearance of a hundred little things that now look worn andold It dries with a good gloss and will stand scrubbing with soap and water Comes in 20 attractive shades The SW Floorlac is another splendid household brightener It is a stain and varnish combined andan bo used on old or now woods equally well Imitates the natural wood and gives a most pleasing effect These offer a few hints for you Come in and have a Brighten Up talk with us and learn moro about how wo can help you in your fall cleaning Our lino has a paint or varnish for every purpose Remember wo sell v THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PRODUCTS I The Porter Drug Co iNCOnPOBATED W The Road to the Poor House I Winds over the hill of procrastina tion and leads into the valley of lost opportunities Avoid its Miseries I i By taking some Life with II C WOOLF Agent forlTHE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IINSURANCE CO OF BOSTON MASS 0oao00000O00Q0oaoeo00000000o0-o I Special Sale s o 0 i on Straw Hats i- o o- We find that we are overstocked on all kinds of o- o Straw Hats and we take pleasure in offering you an a opportunity to save money on them Hence our o special pncesJ0 o s 25 Cent Straw Hatsl Special Sale price 10 cts o OI cr u u u 30 tf 0 75rr I rr u u u 59 IfiS 1110u Ju I I rl 7DII 0 12If I u I rt II 081r 0 1Wcr u U U u rr 110 0 200U rr II II II U 158 0 0 260II r u u n If 170 7 o oTh y will not last long at these Jow prices 0 a Come early and get your pick at a bargain before o- U they are gone It is our aim to stand close to the ibuying public in all their needs Visit us when in want of any thing in the furnishing line o Respectfully 0 iTheNew Cash StoreiHarris Rhodus Co BEREA KY o 0- oioioto owolioaoiotloloioiNOtotloioiolNpSo ototalloio Madman Shoots and Stabs Train Km ploys and Others at Sparta Wee Sparta WIs Aug l5Seven mea probablyfatallYaffray Monday on a Chicago Milwau kee St Paul train hero Louie Feltz who said ho llvod at Milwau keo apparently becoming demented after leaving a parlor car where he had been the obJoct of comment oa appearancqdrewductor A struggle followed during which tho men w ro Injured KolU boarded tho train at La Create to go to Milwaukee When he attacked Conductor Cunningham Brakeman Johnson wont to the aid of Can nlngham Pelts was praalag ta ttmen so hard that Brakemen QbrteMaa tugtrainfrom tho oar An eaoouater with lip u4Felts C New Potatoes I For new potatoes call on C M Canfield City phone 21 KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 GOo n suit is nil it will cost you HOUSES TO RENT Borea College has a few desirable houses to rent in Berea some of tlloni with barn and garden Inquire of tho Treasurer any week day U45 to 12 n m or S to 4 p m The Citizen k family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting PublltheJ every Tlltlr lay at Cert Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Eo Albert Cook Ph DEdUor and Mgr Subscription Rates rATABLE IN ADVANCE One YtOf SI to Blr Monlhft Three Momlw a rrSend Meaty by Ibl aNV orIiz urns Monr Order Draft KcgiMertd better or MK and tut teot stamp The date after youraMeon label ihows to whit date yon ubcrlptk In pa l If It is not changed within sates wick aADalSMtlfy u1 Mlulnc nunibet wfll be gladly rapptkd if Wf are noil fird- Beautiful pietuiea glnn ae premhim to aU Dew lubucribera liberal trrmt Kiven teaay who obtain stew l ii for eta one wading us tour railyaubarriplieeaareceheThelinttnfreefor Advertising rate on application Summer Accidents If it were poutblo to make a com plete list of all tho casualties of n whole vacation season say from the 1st of July to the lit of OctoberUv showing would be so alarming as to shock careful parents and to call Into existence a host of reform societies The fact that summer accidents are re ported OB they occur singly and In widely separated plaeoa accounts to large measure for the slight and transitory Impression they make on the pub lie mind The old meaning of the word accident as something that Just happens and could not have beEn revented still clings to It Most of hose who read these words may hold jtbat view of It and some of them are almost ceretaln to find out bs experl hence before the summer Is over wbeUi er or not It Is true The purpose of this article is to change their minds Accidents do not Just hnppe nor Is ianyone Justified In calling them dls ipensations of Providence planned and foreordained by the Creator for come good but inscrutlble purpose says the Youths Companion Acel idents are due to definite material and usually preventable causes The Creator does not deliberately decree a certain canoe shall glide out thaiI ender a certain roan and drown lint He does establish Immutable I which the canoe obeys and which the i canoeist also must obey If he would live On sea on land in yacht auto mobile mountain ramp or on foot the Inimitable laws boil good Who observe them go free ThOHI disobey are pftnlshed The ne care for caution for common snare urgent In the summer than at other times only because It Is then that a larger number of persons are engaged for pHrpeaes of recreation in doing things which are new to them the laws of which they have not llrarned Study the rules of U9 game then obey them Was It Vghdallsmr The Pennsyivaalan who blew up I the painted rock an old Indian al Itarstone near HllUboro will reeehej ta good deal of sympathy In dalism The dynamiter submits slm ply that his farm on which the relic stood was being ruined by sight seers and the only method of self protection was the utter annihilation rot thi+ doter of attraction As a matter of fact there was another alterna tlve putting up a fence and charging admisaion but this he evidently put behind him Undoubtedly the pro Verblal happiness of the peqple who have no history consists largely In their freedom from the intrusion of pilgrims Poets cottages and bullet riddled homesteads are beautiful things to perpetuate bur mightily un comfortable to live In Those stead fast qualities of mind and heart which characterize Massachusetts lays the New York Post are dUe we are sure no more to the constant presence ol unseen porll hinted at by the Private way dangerous passing signs than to the inflfetjon of living In houses tearing tablets beginning Here died or On tbl1f spgt California bank deposits amount to 9540000000 and tho banks are cred Sted with nets of 093000000 The San Francisco calamity was heavy but the net lots makes no great Im precBlon on the blu k holdings It Is to be hoped that the new grand Lon of the kaiser will not como to bier too ppeedily even though la ell may bp the national drink of the German faderland The Hick man of Europe does not want to receive an American ambas sador but he will feel better In the frolicsome future- Congressman Ltragworth never knew what a really great man he was until lie married Alice Roosevelt Tls Greece IlvingGreece no more The quarries of the Island of Faroe whence came the marble for tbe Venus de Medici the Venus de dUo and the Venus Capitoline are owned and worked by an English com Jl1III1 Tbqjitrust JsnlvrfHlnameltlllll mood TCB Jfi the hotlesfcdayspr sum der II T fiI NorTHE CZAR GlVETOHAVE AN10HT8Ri- 5pa IWH LIKE THiark fc I BOARD GUTS GRAIN TARIFF IMPORTANT RULING BY WISCON SIN RAILWAY COMMISSION Cut of Practically One Cent a Bushel Affects Every Railroad Doing Bust InecsTn the State Madison Wls Grain rates for tile state ef Wisconsin will be reduced practically one cent per bushel by an opinion of the runway commission handed down Thursday This Is tho most Important lonthat has ever been rendered by the Wisconsin oetnialsKwi The truer will affect all of the railroads operating In the state of Wisconsin The matter was started by a coat plaint made by O G Klngy against the Wisconsin Central and later by a complaint of W L Houser against the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul the Minneapolis Omaha and the Chicago Northwestern The matter was oondaetexl as an investigation of grain rates between sta tions In Wisconsin and Milwaukee by the railroad commission ICU on Its own motion The two complaints In volved grain ratae from Colfax and Hondovl to Milwaukee only The commission notified the rail road companies that a complete In vestigation would be made on their own Initiative of the whole question and the railroad companies appeared at a formal hearing July 10 when sworn testimony was resolved at that time on the matter pitshanger an exact solution of the question PRAISE BY INTERSTATE BOARD Credit Gven for Success In Rebate Cases Washington In a statement Is sued Thursday by the Interstate commerce commission regarding tho Conviction ot tho Atoblson Topeka Santa Fo Hallway company for violating the law with respect to the giving of rebates thb commission lays the avowed purpose of the pracUco tends to support thq view that thore was no criminal Intent on the part of Paul Morton former secretary of the navy and former head of the trams department of the Santa Fo and tho other rail rood officials involved The statement calls attention to tho fact that with the Imposition of tbe 16000 fine on tho railroad tho his tory of the famous Santa Fa robato case Is practically closed and praises President Roosevelt and Attorney General Moody for carrying out with success tho administrations declared purpose to enforce the statute in all sue oM e T Veal for Potted Chicken Columbus O Reports of the analy sis or about CO samples of potted ham potted chicken hamburger steak luncheon sausage and similar preparations sold by meat packers submitted to State Dairy and Food Commissioner Aukeny show the pres ence 0t preservatives and In some roses traces of tin and zinc poison Tho jailor are attributed to the use of a porn quality of containers Onb uarnpJcvlabeleA Potted Chicken was found to be vea- linqulrleslnto Meat Supply Washington President Itoosavclt Las becamo Interested In tho reports of bad meatisftpplled the Newotka- nd Norfolk I navy yards and has written to Secvttnry Bonaparte to In qtllro about it To Attend IonCongresa Springfield illb H Anderson appolniedlbyenthiinWvnatlonftt U cos- gtFaaiwhloli iios jirpmbcr8 1st ol8evldaBrj SURRENDERSI BANK CASHIER I Official of Closed Chicago Institution Found by Reporters Chicago Henry W Horlng the mlselng cashier ot tho bankrupt Milwaukee Avenue State bank gave himself up to tho Chicago- police IhursJay afternoon Ho declared that he had In IHorlnglice but by newspaper reporters whom he made a statement toI day night and promised to 8urrond to the police Thursday Although a number of persons know the whereabouts of Hertag the peliee made no demand on them te produce himAn amazing story of loose and crim inal banking methods will be revealed BxnrnlInerInformation about Stonslands opera t lions It is thought will jaako him ouQ a man whose greatest asset was thd ability he bad to win the friendship and eanfdence of the people who gave him their money Each btistnea deal made his straits more desperate Cntestfo Conclusive evidence has been unearthed by State IJauK Kxamlner C C Jones that Taut O Stonsland the fugitive presldeat of tbe Milwaukee Avenue State baak has been guilty of highly criminal acUJRcoBiluctlnR the business of the Institution of which be is the bead This was omclally anonunced by Mr Jones Wednesday At the amo time culpability for the crimes which have brought thb farreaching disaster on the northwest side Is narrowing more and morn to Stensland Henry W Herlng the missing cashier who was declared to be an embezzler of large sums of money Is being In a measure exonerated beoaure of the lack of dl reot i proof against him Mr Jones confirms statements that the frauds amounted to over JUOOOOOO Chicago Frank Kowalstcl toiler of tho wrecked paringI avenue bank committed t shooting himself thrqugh the head Friday night Since the bank failed Monday Kowalski hod been stopped on the street many times und accused by de positors of hating known their money I was In periL He had been In the service of the bank 13 years handled all of Its business among the Poland until the crash came was ne highly regarded by thorn as wore Paul O Stonsland and Henry W Herlng IOWA DEMOCRATS MEET Claude R Porter Is Nominated for Governor Waterloo IaThe Democratic stato convention Tuesday nominated a full atate ticket headed by Claude It Par ter of Appanooso county for gayer nor adopted a platform and adjourned sine die- Elio platform favors R tariff for rev onus only tho election of United States senators by direct voto ot tho people and demands tho enactment ot such legislation as will effectually destroy all trusts The platform expresses sympathy with the purposes of national labor organizations as sot forth In recent addresses by Samuel Gompers John Mitchell and others calling on labor to assert Is political rights at the ballot box Students Capture Thief Berkeley CalAlfred Johnson of New York attempted to steal the cash drawer from a local Jewelry store 1J6 was captured after an exciting chase In which several bun dred college students joined Chance for Convicted Man Fredonla N Y Justice Hooker reasonablEa i brroerjiudltgf oCKrJe county In con cemeteryiconJ SCENE CREATED IN THE CHURCH BY MISS ESAC WHO TRIED TO REACH THE PRESIDENT Woman Say She Was to Oe Married On Same Day Miss Roosevelt Became a Bride- Oyster nay N Y Aug 13ln at erupting to HO President Roosevelt Miss All l Belo crsjat ML A stormy npno during the service In ChrU- hmib Before the service site was ulbly ejected from tho pw jiul be IImil the ow the president occupies during the service she nwdo 12 itrmpts to get past the secret servta wen autrTvaeli tho president By See rfiarj Loebs order she WM not AT rented Immediately after the service she applied to Justice Franklin fur n warrant for the areet of James Duffy a church usher whom she charges wiili violently attacking her Mini Rut hue been hauatlHK tko regions of Sagamore 11111 for the past rmiith determined upon seeing elthi tIle president or Mrs Roosevelt x For u eks ahe kept her mission secret and iinied a mysterious handbag which ncvfr left ker night Had Been Wropged During the poet few days however lie has confided to some of the vii fiecrs that she had ben greatly wrong 14 tiy some one In President Rouse veils cabinet and that she wanted to- e k the presidents aid In ftgbtlng thin v ronif She declared that she was to have been married on the day that the Longworth welding took place but at the last momntf she iMpied aho hud brcrr betrayed by tile government ifflclal to whom site was to have been married The handbag which abe carries con tame a batch of litters which she declare will prove ber clairt to oho presidentThis has been attending rhiireh with the president every Sets lay since her artteal in Oyster llay Never before has she made any attempt to soak to him The secret service mm lHdMte that she ptekeil out Umy bxaw a molt tile presanei of I Mr and MrLosgwerth hoping that It would aid her sine LOG UPSET LAUNC Four Girls and a Boy were Drowned In Red River I WlnntfNIII Mae Aug 11tttakiag a pleasure trip down the nIliver in a gaaolu launch a party of Imen 1lntundertaker sad a little boy named iVhlte The bodies were recortre1 coos afterward and efforts made to restore life but without success Some iirprtoe to expressed that nose of tM gins was rescued white tile three men reached shore aafely SAD ENDING To the Outing of Society Folks Five of Them Drowned Davenport Wash Aug 13FIvep- ersons prominent In the social lift of Davenport who had been enjoying an outing on the tanks of the Spokane river about If mile nothoast of huge wore drowned Tib dead MtM wfn- nle Jones 111 A 1 hugest 40 Mn At la Utrgetu tl Roy Howard 3S A h Inman 34 Four of the drowned heroJealljr sac Ificod their Urea In an attempt to biro others One after another thoy I jtingjjd Into the river any to tie drawn down either by the whirlpool or the uniterourroat ThFatheadQre- nvilte S C Aug 12CowerIng- to a corner of her bedroom Mica lIn- nle Drake saw her father Thomas K Drake fight a ptetot duel with her lover Allen Rm 111 non Drake fell load with a bullet through lis heart almost tit tho foet of his daughter and her lover who was also Injured Crown Worth 500000 Stolen Paris Aug 13 Telegraphing rrocnI Lisbon a correspondent says Irazlllon named Ouerrlo lisa boon arI iMtod thoro charged with the theft of the crown of the Brazilian onlperor which Is formed of precious stonea and rnluodat 600000 I Trlbcmen Slaln By Mullah London Aug 13A corroapondont at Aden reports that Die Mad Mullah has raldod the Somallland border kill- Ing more than 1000 of tho Rareliaron tribe dwelling In the Ogndon region and capturing 10000 camels One Killed and Four Injuredw Chicago Aug 13One woman was Imost instantly killed another fatally injured and two others were severely hurt when a Chicago Milwaukee electric car ran down an automobile- at the railway crowing 10 Yan tollIKilled Wife and Shot Shernlan Tears Aug 13rJ Alldcy a farmer reading Ijalf a mile from Dean a town six miles from Bhermtt beatJiB wlWa hrallia out with a flatlrpn and shot Mmsejf Thre ell aII children witnessed the deed o t Pacific El PaaOf Tex APt la TorrenMal alnsjnthe east b io and north of Uier rSoMililfSP fie trash have wasb 1 ou Jljf of tr k and 11itpfabA ptllett- RethrusUrtlirdgtOrjda rfSsi INTERESTING STATE NEWSf ASSESSMENTS TOO HIGH For Aspirants to State Office and They May Quit Frankfort Ky There was a per slstont rumor hare that alter tho meet Ing of aho domoorutlo state uxecullve oon lIIlttco next Saturday and the ox punac bf the primary has bean fixed two qr three eandldatos for state utfi see wilt withdraw and give as n rea son that tho asseenmant on oach oun dldate 1s too burdensome Who theN candidates are could not be learned but It was also staled that those same catxUOatuti would urge tile commute to rail the primary oft And If they failed in this would withdraw Tim estlmatqs of the cost of Ute primlarr are InrrbAJln and now it Is Htiortl clally RUnUOed that It will be over 145000 The itolltlenl situation Is like 1 v to take oa a different aspect attar the inevtlnie of tile commute and the question of who la the admlnlarrallon or who controls the state will i Ht definitely settled oraRaatloAI there seems to be dmbt tens an 18 who may be tamed the ad sad doubt aa mintesadldetesoMcirhls are en titled ttf he known as the admit Istra Uoa the letter tern usually betnj eoiployrd IH sfMaklKK et thsee In col trot of the dokgearUe state Brgautia Hon SlflGLEHANDED A Schoolgirl Fought a Mad Dog and Shot the Animal Dead Sairiltck KyrStngledanded MM Baiah IMalr fought a mad dog at her ope IH tide cmialry The dog was ISndlns at the gale when situ started to enter end puttied through after her She had Rot noticed that the aalma oats road anti started to drive It out of the jranl when It attacked her Abe Iet eI the animal by tho hack of Ikj neck Cad held It se that It could IMA kite until she secured a revolver which was la the bwise She then draged- the rfOK Into the yard and peaking It tram mr shot tt The first shot had to RMt en the dog whisk Twpt try lag ta bite tier and site had to 6n tour times bewe stw Anally kited 1C Mice Ulakt1e ji sehoelgirl tend big beeR highly eomptmeuid for her bravery THE They Slept and a Fast Ffcllht Ran Into Them narkottrevHl Kydear Grays mine miles south of here WMllaw Helton was instantly kilted A Serfs latally ijured sad an unknown dos sltgblly hurt at aa early hour a fast fraught raCkgp tale the party while they were- aiec on Plo track The aeoMetit eo nrred on a shatji serve a taw nun dad feet from a iMmsl sad Ue train gulag 40 miles an hour roua4 d Ute curve and ran Into the sleeping me halite they eoukl be awasteswil The three mOIl had started frog their IOHOS to this cltf All were of preal nent families and the accident has rented wide Interest Receiver Appointed Henderson Ky Anord r was filed In the alrcHlt court fippolnttBg the Ohio Valloy danklng and Trust OB as oelver of thi Hend r 4nClly suit way Tho recover u dleaoit to tape IremedlaIQllONeIkln all the prop frtJ of the company Its rights frau iliises assessmetiU assets and In camas and will omplay such labor as to properly operate Ito lines He Wants a New Nose IXMiUvllle KyDavId Allan a stock trader of Huitonvllle Lincoln county was brought to Bt Josephs Infirmary to undergo a surgical operation An attempt will be made 1o grow a now nose to take the place ot tho original which w4 bitten off by John Daugh who fought with Allan over a cattU trapsectlonDrowns In Squall Norfolk VnO Korkow of Coving tpn Ky Wile caught out In n small boat In Hampton Ilouda In a terrific thunder squall Ills ootnpaulon ea tapod by twlmmlng but KorWow was caught underneath the sail and could n6t extricate himself Morgan Men Meet Carlisle KyTlte remnant ot Gen John II Morgans command will moot It Park Hill aemblgIQlln l near this city August 14 Dlfl1l67WSonator- J D McCreary has been in vll od to speak and a large attemliineu Is ex icctod Jean Goes Free Louisville Ky Superintendent An drew Stonccipher of the Horrlion county Ind almshouse has reitased Joan Audley the mysterious woman oncoming whom so much has been written In the few weeks May Probe Her Death Hopklnsvllle Ky In oho Inquest over tilt body of Mrs WInt Berry the lorpncre Jury recommended that the next grand Jury Investigate her death It is alleged that her husband struck helia few days after she bad iwen to a child I Barber Examiners ofbarberual examination of barbers here The wo iVis J bdng done by William KV rpwpttef Qoyingtpn t John III Jlodt oj aducab mil Jpha Young Ixiulfivllle t oGOEBELS fRIEND I Claude Deshi Was Found Dead on the Porch of His Home Cynthltuia Ky Claudu M 110candidate for the domooriUIc iiottilnii tlon for ooiif ro s in tho NMnih District was found dead sitting OR the hull MrVesltatnriej for tho front porch to get air and being exhausted fell andl xplrod At the coroners Inquest a verdict was render d that Dehas death was caused by apoplexy Mr DMHA told been Identified with pollUes In Ken tacky for 10 years wlM atumpwl the stale In Mttntl democratic oawnalsnis He and tbe late GOT Toeoel wore wafm personal frlsiulu and It was Mr UtMhas teatlmoHy In trfnl nfalntt Onv Girabel for killing jehn StakfoM that brought about an ooqulital Mr Deehas wife Bled shout five years ago and he leaves a daughter about lell- rattl age Claude Otaha was a son of Gee Lucius Deaha slid a grandson of OOT Joseph neaha and a brother of Judge Lucius Desks of Newport and braUrrlnlsw of lion H C Duffy ofsthis county 0 SWEETHEART Tries To Aid Her Plojftlog Lever and- I Fatally Pounded RteksaoMl KyWeffaraesj and J8II rpswag bfaUinw anuaaMjl to a at llylieatowM with clubs Mas itoh- evil I a sweetheart of Janes Freeman 1M116 In V mpsmtr ihfe men and we B MtaekMl Wy Jot It fs tilled who tntek her over the hued with a club aM wwundeii her so badly that elm vlll die Offirors from here arrested VaeiHan who while on route to Jail r rnido a break for liberty The offlrom IIsMoVthlIIAfteplat tlx UIHW badly oNtHled as the pica- ALLEGED LETTER To OW Sweetheart From His Wife Published by the Irate Spouse I Pultaa KYC t I Hriisr a yeu K baltoee men st laic SJf who oar Mad Mats Rena Thomas a ntPIthree tMMtKs ago rreaisjd a Masalkm by es ig to be pnbUsiMfl M the local ar a tore letter from lit yoalaC wlfo lo II sad twweUMart allessMl to has- plea written by her a few day age UeIortt the publtoattoR of the arUeIhe bad closed his plies ot sad departed for parts uakswwa making threat to kill both bile atIand the alleged lover BY NEGRO WOMANIlentuoky Girl Robbed of a Diamond J New York Utos Oortmls Claire ofIl xlngtAn Ky who Is with frtat r Na 196 AVeat NIpotTflHHtN street wplalM d IM the West 8We comet that arrle UlUan StttJJJ a nears roman had MotHM a dfRiwnd ring which bey 4dM being worth = 1000 was valued because It had belonged io her great grandmother T MI negro woman was hQd IH 1010 bond- Louisville Tobacco l mltvllle KyeTIie total sale of tor- baooe at all wurabouiKw nMJMIHtnItI I6 ihds of barley and 01 lihJs of dark At tlio Ninth street warcJiOHSe JS hhds fir burley sold at prices varying trout J2fpto III Twenty buds ot dark L wero sold at tao Plokett wirekonse atr I from 440 to 800 I James Seems Und Frankfort Ky dedIJames who has Just r Europe passel through 1a way to Ills homo Ho wild he had not- eleoidetl i whether ho would run far goy I urnor and woukl make no decision liltIhe had an qpportunlty to consult his hume people Kentucky 8 Idler Killed Austin TexPrivalo Jess Cantle 22 who lived at MorgausvlUe Ky 4 First United States ArUllon1 was shot anti killed In the military at tile camp of Instruction C4rhtalgtaccident wnaduo to a loaded In tho homllor some unknown titan among the opposing troops t Senator Human Critically III Ourensboro KyA moswagu front talheon states that Senator George W t I lclcman Is in a crillonl coqdiyon and F his death Is expected at nnj hour Senator Hickninn has been In IIIrhealth ever since the adjournment of i the last legislature lTo Answer Four Charges Lexington KJohn England a oung white man arrested here a tow days ago by Patrolman Sjoaaw111 bltaken to Hell county to answer four chArges or horse stealing and obtain lug money under also pretenses To Pay Soldier 1 Frankfort KyTho war department t tat Washington notlfiqd Assistant Aulit lien Pnrrent that 17500 haft bo it placed to his credit 04 paymaster to efray the expenses of the state en ampment which Is to be held at Hear dereon Newspaper Man Inured LeulAvIlk1 KyI a 4 ewsBaper man and npmar Leach 4 ab3 hadaaiajtejcatlohj ovei iewspaperartlcloe J I I lD1Itirt w ds knocled dowuaod severely turJ4l a I Yl lIlDfNIBIRD ENEMY OF POTATO BUG tThe Red Breailed Grosbeak Found to Feed Liberally on the Insect YV Mill Is4breaetad Orosbsak Is orc l llwl Uf William Duichar i ro ltlont of tile National aswwtattott et Andubun saetBtlw with MHK nn arch tmeifry of the potato beetle whleh In some lo oaiittM to mote eoqummly known as Oho Kitatu hug Aa erlUeneo of tho Good worfc that the ro lbroa t d Droll Imnk seas RBIOIIK the potato btetlwi the ftH vwg statement credited to Heal at the tleparl meat f agriculture te1IeealngI InterIpoinuwt war my hours No remedi al mee nifi won appeal to Ute crop but IK IwII1I and blrttn W TP given fintI VA1n or nKi miie Tin cno UKAK ej Its r hf dally vlsttpof the WnJa- Iwt wr ihe uung of the UUor wbro hrbr t he numbers r Un Veotles IHCI imlnl h rapt tly and fIblJR- UfO y IK birds Wtmti Aetlgwl sad wt Ie uiKtit by tlteti parwits npal IIrIM u innr UIIOH tin fame rowed ttr 1 rho Insects rapidly OKfip star nd whtnu I eaaaled the MeW a wen iiur J couid HM MM a atetierl tii i r young or adult Abu tn + unit the birds lips to- ryI JM n some pea U Bay saftfeo and I i r nu or tiMea sad vnailtwd the r4 iuts tit Its atosMck It eos Hkti d r uni large hiss eMvryNlar iSphfcikii several pasta baattai end a kwtrallJlta of raaa Mr rnrla n was that UM few paaa i tjatfi t51 bags writ wkl 10 How r t er I iiuK an oM seat oa a pole tarr tie pea vftsat ajMl UM Mrala eam near thorn see AH of tN above haertstl9M IfeN roads In tQ state i Iowa ycklph wu otw of Use lint tastes W astsfw from tlte atucM of the b wttM tm their eastward mareh- Slaco tbrji this habit of tile Gros- beakJ naa basis oonttrimwl by tkoHsawts of obtervarv In all parts of tIll conn thefoMen by tml few speoltia of blnls It ls 4iMclBlljr desirable that this one that rats It so freely zliqulJ bo pro served and IU Increase be fineouraRvd In every possible meaner Forty years atw bird was rare la Pew Hngland ln tact was ontlrvly an known In many placot bo It Is now fairly KlHimlanl bore and It may be that al less been atlractvd to that section ft the country by the pte qonce art tho pgtatoUcotloR which fur ntult M lingo a portion uf Its food 1 bpllovo It JB powlWo to prevent Ita defirodatlons tipca peaa the only I harm Thai t have over hoard It ao cUBod w1t and Its value aa an Insoot deMteyer forbids Ra wanton destruo tlon qU1tjNQ CLOVER HAY OQI48u Amount as Candle Ssfely CUred and Stored Should Be Cut AVhoro a hay loader Is B jel It Is ar 7oUlnes advantageous o lee y twlso So llet all jhe dnmpope out i ot It befow puttlag U In barns Where CkliiQtSlpvfer luiy oats the Oration Judd jrirtBor should never put In the mow ll1aljIt th0 woutlior Is very brittle at It tyros jilt year In this latitude null aumunts should Iw cut so that too mueh will not Wown at one time aboutirLatIbe weather breaks mid my stay gets wet After It Is almost cured our loss will Lo comiinratlvel small Last- year Ourlnj the wet wetther I know ot farannrs who lost five or six acres by cutting down too mtch at ono time llesldes If the wontlior proves warm soil clear when so nivch Is cut at ono tinio the last to bo taken In will tie top dry to handle well and no j many i of the loaves will drop offvhllo handling that the value of the hay will be greatly reduced A Rood prpcrommo for hay making pod oup which J endeavor to carry outs Abort as follows Cut he falter twit of day about as much as can bo taken taro of the nbxt afternoon this- ttfbw Epverneil of course by the f amount of help at hand Hcgln he- diwrdbggb l nam1bo pent day Jf t4weather In clear By ono ortwp p I WjjjbjBln tkguilngfto tkeatJarn Cle b ti opluP tt J g lU down Ua NII Ja A GARDEN TRANSPLANTER I By Its Use the Plant hnd Earth Can Be Removed Without Dis turbine Roots Sdme years ago I wished to extend our strawberry bod with the newly formed plants and as the rondltloui fur transplanting In mldsunimoi are not often favorable In central Kansas whero wo then lived 1 had to evolve a plan to movo tho soil with tho plants says a writer In the Rural New Yorker I had heavy tin out In pieces 4V4 by 11 Dishes I wanted a strong wlro turned In along one side but the tin not was wlttrotit tho neeo Mry mu chino and tho boat ho could do was to turn tho edges over twice thus con kklrrably strengthening the top of tho tool with a block of wood 3fc Itiohoa square for a form the two ends of the tins word bent at right angles tqUio central part thus forming three of H hollow cubo Armed with three down of those garden trowel and a wbMlbarrow 1 proceeded to the patch A tin with a trial plant lh tho eetter was toned Into the ground with the foot the trowel Inserted along the open fide of tbe square formed by the t itor the tin and the tin containing thd soil and plant wind tin placed In tie barrow Po ceedl g unto a full cargo was cib ulned tk + Nrrow was wh oed to tke plot prevt Hvly pod tad the Man with tko iilants all set In tlwlr props placet Then ajtreadlng the wings allgluly the tins readily slipped out MavlajK the plant set with roots not in the least ttIIOIf1 or disturbed TIM work val rapidly done an1 with Af feet SBBCMS even n runny weather The tint lasted several yesra and I sM d theta for other rmnll planK as C MMH and twiMto If the soil la loos stud not well W ky the tin bend the wlngt naarvr ogtkormaH Ing t6o eyes aide narrowar A GOOD BRUSH HOOK Tool Easily Made Which Will Be Use ful In Cutting Heavy Briers Eta At hook for OHillHg lashes heavy brier and tuck plants which la aim pie nod oastlj made by an- ykluektmlth Is slMWH in the cat sya the Farm sad llomw Take a piece of mus- tsteel aao4iuarter Dark aquarb and ten iHCJtrai long Uq enshalt fo- rUItt4ft and tho other heir for tho iHtnk Draw tho oad for the blade la down nearly to a point then heed pretty well aa It win Mfaigkt on In drawing to nn edge flare the bore all on one Hide Drgw down true and tMn Than draw the shank down tapering to the cad and bond about one Inch of the tint dowry to ro lute tile snath An oM scythe math Is Just tho thing Fasten It to the snath with an old heel ring lrlvon on the some as to fasten a acytho Such a beep hook Is light to bundle You can out off a blrsh an Inciter moro In dlraator with ease The blndo needs about the same torn per that you would give A knife Tide ta much handier than tho ordinary hub wok The blade la not no long enmbonoma nor hoary and the oaiii umanuemuolwilt appeal ta every Jtarntor who handles It BARRACKS FOR HAY SurplusIthe Barn A etibMctbcr vends to the Pralrl KJLTEMJT a skHoh of a haj barradk for vtorttlR tho tmrpttia hay or grain Instead of tanking which we ropro duCt These atrnrturos are familiar In mnnr sections of the country Their consinwUon Is utrayle being merely WB HAYlAnj riItho setUas of MX or eIght ground high enough for plates over which the roof boards tUtU bo laid as shown In the accompanying cut Tho advantage over stacking Is that loss hay Is wasted from exposure t to the Weather while In a considerable measure stacking In catchy weather is reduced to the minimum A barrack properly made ViiI last for many y ars and will prove of great convenience A Beneflclent Weed A lady remarked to a representative of the Farmers Rerlew the other day hat sweet clover had been Introduced from Bjirope and bad become a tar Ible weed Rut It is a bell lIcl1t weed It takes possession of the WRlto places and lover them best where the ground Is hardeit It Drives ate mete deep Into 4bo soli anti mol tfwft It Oalte roots fep l thtt bacteria J ihaiMreate the tubercles jail their i lomeo lhosq blfcrIIJ manufacluro In w Q nltrotlJHRlI I nol JlDnI4eVy for b Ihn plants 1bll I THE JUDGE THE PHARISEE AND THE PUBLICAN Sunday School Lesson lor Aug 191906- SpecI Ijr Prepared for This Paper LESSON T12YTthke 11111 MenWrr veraea Ull- UO1UKN TKXTn be merciful to me a tlnniT Luke 18- 1TIMI3Marrh A JJ le Rome weeks after lit teuon JOCUH had been called to Ovtlwnjr to restore Lazarus to llfn atwl had returned tu 1eroa where ho remained urne time longer completing hu ministry there ILACKSorrewhere In Ioa beyond Jordan flCAUTCHK nKPRItBNCIMIMtrer and Ita answer TeR 1 cUnm ItiltMB Jae lJ7 t t I 1 Jaltn 1N U H v 18 111 f Example IJaYII Pas II eta Salomon 12 lhron eit47 Daniel ran ili lleuklab CbrYta two Vtaren Jlatt 4 1111 11 etc Ram tInee aced to er T Ia 1t11rflllIbt e Luke Iiie 1114 Kxwn UlUMelyDee17Jelpedab wUlAn lt rayduRom 19 1 for Hig 9 Col lt J Tim 11 etc etc Comment and Suggestive Thought V J He unto them Jesus to his twelve apostles und other dis ciple Then were very likely other Itatanrra A parable Using a parable the story ta declgfed to Illus crate the truth at one point only 10 lull cnu For this purpose Thta par able and the following are the only ones which have as Matthew Henry 8811Mtbe key hariglng at the door The evangelist explalitB Just what they were calculated to teach V 2 A Judgo Feared not God neither regarded man Ht had no high motive to govern his lire tilt was RprlghletHtt In penwnnl eharaoter and untrue to the Unties of his of nee V 3 A widow It Is understood ttmt the was Iwor unable to bribe the Jungs utterly destitute of power to appeal Id any motive that could have forte with the wicked man V 4 Would not for a While He was utterly Indifferent of whatever op nwtelon was being Inflicted upon her IOMibly he was a friend of her enemy or had been bribed by him V 6 Because this widow troubloth me The one peraoh In all the inl verse UNIt ho eared for was himself and because his personal ease w4 dte Ufffeed he decided to act 1 will avenge her Wilt make her enemy cease tormenting her Lest the wry me wear me out The orig inal of the verb IB peculiar It means literally to strike under the eye In 1 Cor 97 It Is translated bullet It It scarcely suppoiaWe that the Jude fanetel the widow would get some one to do him bodily Injury but he used the smug word to express his greet annoyance Her continued coming Here M the point of the parable e V 6MAnd the Lord sold Jews thus applies the parable to the truth he would teach V 7 shall not God If an unprtn clpUd wan will thus yield to Ute 1m portunUy of one In whom he has nd Interest will not God who Is right eous and Just and kind and loving ewer persistent prayer anI V 8 Avenge them speedily haps not noon but suddenly That Is the way God hu always worked Electricity Is lung gathering In the clouds but its coming Is a flash of light ning I V 9 Certain Possibly some among his own disciples had the self righteous spirit I V 11 Pharisee stood lie posed himself In a conspicuous Altitude teol1 lug hn had the right to face God and wishing to bft seen or men Matt 05t1 am not as other men God had given him better advantages and Wider opprtunltles than had been granted to many he should have prayed for grace to use these in the Itesl toMlble way V 12 J fast twice a week Only one fast day In the year was required by law Lev 162934 To this some of the Pharisees had added private fasts on Monday and Tburedny of each week I V 13 Afar off At a distance from blher worshipers who pressed as near as posllble to the holy place Would not lift up unto Heaven The Jews generally looked up while praying and stood with arms out spread and their palms turned upward l ns though to receive the gUll ol Heaven Smote upon his breast This was one mode prevalent among I orientals for expressing great grief The original Indicates that he did this repeatedlyV Justified Forgiven re ceived Into the family of God and treated as a Just person leather than hailbeenconfessing and orsaklng his sin he was Mived while the Pharisee held to Ws alas covered them With the robe vl selfrighteousness offered no prayer for forgiveness hence his pre tended worship had no reel value Humblcth exalted Ho who feels hiii own Insufficiency II In such an attitude that God can lift him tr nobler livingCompetition I AM ntNO Charles you must be a very good boy Yell have n nice now brother Arent you pleased I Charles Oh I Hoot know Its al ways the way Just us Im g Ulog on In the World competition tjeglnsTlt tilts- Merelyx IlelatetL 1 Qp ypUOiln Hkrlbulcr Is a plaglarI t ul4tarexaptJlyi tlk1lI lS a fFi ly4goad- lpgwor tJ Li tk 4a Ah N j t t jPLk1I36 IJ lJ V TEMPERANCE ARGUMENT What a Pennsylvania Saloonkeeper Had to Say as to the Character of the Business The first time Jn 20 years since the Crooks hlgji license laW went Into effect In the state of Pennsylvania a saloon keeper recently voluntarily surrendered the right to sell IIquorJn explaining his notion anti atfetng the court to revoke hit license granted last June he says The liquor trade bes eo doper ed that It la almost impossible to purchase pure Mquors and It Is a crime to furnish cologne spirits and run oil to u man or woman who asks fur whisky and yet It is done I can longer permit my name to be connected with a lranlueM which distributes such polsonore potions aa there ran bo no doubt that many of the cases where moan and women have been found dead bave come to their death through patronising saloons selling the vile concoctions under the guise of liquor I further object to baring my name connected with a business which takes from human beings not only their money but their will power and their rrasonfaiid leaver them abandoned or otprnltyIbuslnew which causes so much suffer ing and misery In the homes of tho city It Is a fact which must be taken I as verity that mofe crimes are traceable to the rum business end moro sorrowing heartbroken wives and children mother andifetherare dye to vile drinks than to any or all other I reasonsCan anl18ne man rood this confes idea of a sajoon keeper and then give his hard earned money to him overI the lair asks Rev Dr William Barnea Lower In the New Fork Observer It seems beyond reason that a thoughtful man knowing of the adulteration of liquors would risk his life by per mitting such vllo onnaocttons which are sold ac whisky to paaa his lips I GERMANYS DRINK BILL I Pacts Furnished by American Consul Shows That MUd Drinks Do Not- E=elude the Stronger I Our American neealuA resident In GerniBjjy have recently published an official report upon the consumption ol Intoxlcanta abroad and ft hardly bears out tho theory that mild drinks exclude the stronger liquors The consumption of alcotmllc beverage In Germany for halfIfled 1SOy6 of beer capita I ronsllrnp1Uonand whisky six quarts and of beer 81- quarto It will be seep that the increased consumption of beer In Ger many Is accompanied by a correspond fug Increate In the consumption pf the stronger liquors r These couMils find that the nest of Intoxicants In Germany i the past year was 3780 for each male over 15 years of rig The aggregate expense was about seven times the I BUnvMent upon schools and more than six times what Germanys huge army costs The aggregate drink bill in Germany was G7SSS000 In the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Jreland It was J523rf00000 while In I the United States It was owing to the higher price of liquors hero and our j larger population almost as much as In Germany and Great Britain com bined Those figures of course relate only to the first cost not to thoso other expenses which are entailed aa IrfcvltalilQ results of the traffic I The BottpmltES Pit 0f5 Rum A speaker told us of his thrpwlng a great stone down Tho Bottomless Pit In Luray Cavern writes Slar gatet Meredith For some time be Toutd hear it strike the sldwi as It bounded back and forth then noth ing more was heard but one knew that It was still going down Thus it la with drink we hear of the mis cries bf a drunkards children but we cannot estimate the bitter fSfeulta going on on for grandchildren and greatgrandchildren as they pursue tho courses natural to a family thor j oughly started out In pauperism drink end degradationI It Is a great insult to the formers of Darleon county to way n saloon Is 1 IIwouldMove SO per cent oftio farmers of our will the same I JIhreekoto Shut Out Absinthe The Belgian parliament has almost unanimously approved the law for bidding the sale and manufacture of absinthe In Belgium A movement hds also teen started In France to Intro duco a similar law there C Hard Work and SelfDenil The toad to human welfare lies Along the cold highway of hard work and ulffdfenlal they who are lbe most pcrslst ut and work In the truest spirit are usually the most successful The Glenwood Uoy Tho3lfnl Saloon Owners oC The citftcoiiacApc Qt Chicago stateA- that 42 brewerlea takeout 72 per cent tjptt 1 1855 Berea College FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS i alLIOver 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS C A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many clatiet that each student can be placed with others like izasclf where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will YouEjiter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those feast advanced SamelectMres library and general advantages as for moro n cd t nlAritb metic and tbo common branches in the irigfy wayawing usebotdManageITRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Farm I moDt Print ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those wbo have largely finished common branches The most practical andinterest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful Etc Choice of Studies is offered in this course Othata Dung man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young Jady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even a part pf this course as fall andwinter terms is very profitable I Small extra fees j ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year conrses with Latin German Algdbra History Science etc fitting for college Scientific and Classical cours es with use of laboratoriesacientific apparatus and all modem methods Tho highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel td 8tb 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 ertif1Ca1r- MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano TheoryBand may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations I Opening Days moneyIChristian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness N Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing tools etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate i is the bet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings inwhich students live charging only nongh roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and Trashing of bedding and towels For table without coUee or extras 3a35 a week in the fall and tro in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar DJsas gcaranlco for return of room key library books etc Second an fnddenlal Fee to help oa expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Studeuts pay nothing for tmlJon or services of teachersall our i stuctioD is a free gift The Incidental Fee for mpst students is 500 a terqoo in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and do in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT foVscnool fees board and urntsbrd room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental 1ec 500 dollar deposit to ben turned at end of term 3000 y Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows lad dental Fee no refunding and ropinrqnt for term board lor five weeps in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 518x35 35th day 675 70th day 540 OUR SCHOOL IS LIKEA FAMILY with careful rcgnlations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents rome from the best families and arte earnest Id do well and im prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge AH except those with parents in Berea live in College bandings and assist in workof boarding hall farm nnd shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their libor Except in winter it is expected that all will lave chance tottrnasinuch as 35 cents a welt Some who ncd to earn more jmayby vri g to tho Secretary tonpdollarayt xtra employment so astp earn from 50 cents to t j- SSf The bqst time to come to Bcrcaand the most favpraWp time to study is in the fall lilt is important to come the first day September 12 and stay till the end December 19 sS For further informatiqn and friendly advice write to aia SCCretarytWILL Q I GAMBLE BEREA EfNTi3CKY u FrO I Madison CountyoIillliRerabl I J l f hnutet rgrs Fi14C Roikt PloatrtCora Alcal SbipStIlUsICrH dJee Ec Rul QQLDiQUSTte RpIJe f P iM1U 1 hard W beat JI aceRWQaQIMAi 0Ntdhs IJ I u Mit l of 1PottsDuersonI J laexa f n 11t r ItoffIC co- I a Nw inn e nrt rshtI tanH 2 JOOt tteailty Bust ITHE HOME I Over ono third of life is or ought to bo spent in both That would bo twenty years solid if ono should live nearly sixty A wisp man who won to livo in ono house or ono room ovory minute for twenty years of his life would take pains to make that house or room ns healthy comfortable and pleasant oa possible Yet many people pay little or no attention to making tho bods in which they are to spend perhaps more than twenty years of life healthful or comfortable Iu old loather bOOs anti damp sboots andcomforl 0 as well as in dirt thorn is disease and discomfort hiding No ono ought to sloop on a feather bOO in summer and no one ought to sleep on a feather bod which is damp and has not had tho feathers taken out and exposed to tho sunshine within a year at any time summer or winter If your neat tresses ticks comforts or beds are damp got them out on the porch or on the clothes line or the fence or on tho grass when it is dry on tho first bright day whore the sun will shine directly on thorn It will not only make them dry and comfortable but also healthful The germs of disease love to hide in damp bodclothes Many of those who aro fading away with consumption in our mountain homes have gotten their disease from the unhealthful beds they slept io Dirt Dampnees and Darkness are nll friends of Disease and Discomfort These are five Ds which go together Pure air soap and sunshine will not only mako people but also their clothes and beds full of health Do you ever think that BOmo of your friends Bomo perhaps who used to live in your neighborhood or some of the better educated people who come from larger cities or from colleges are too proud to stay in your home because you are poor have not such pretty pictures on the wall or such good clothes or such fine dishes as others have No those are not the reasons they do uot like to stay at your house It is bo cause they are afraid your beds are infested with bedbugs and are damp unhealthful and perhaps dirty Have your beds fresh dry and clean and your food well cooked not greasy or raw or served on dirtylooking dishes and the best people in the country will be glad to stay at your homo or have you stay at theirs no matter how poor you aro or how little nn educa tion you have bad Then your children will have no reason to be ashamed of home when they come back from college even if home is a one room log cabin and then the lives of your dearest will be saved for many years while if you neglect those things some of thorn will fade from your sight in their childhood or youth ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools jiy PROP CHAIILKS i LEWIS PERCENTAGE Continued v The following forms I have always found of greatest value to secure mastery of principle and clearness of analysis Problem I If a man owning 2800 Ibs of cotton sells 80 per cent of it how much does he have left Statement 28000 lbs = The whole or base 80 per cent = Rate = Percentage Solution 1 100 per cent of base 28000 Ibs Why l 2 1 per cent of base x280 lbs 880 U II H =22400 Ibs amt sold 4 28000 Ibs 22400 IbsWOO amt i AmtleftOOOOlbsj Or the difference between the base in per cent and rate might have been found and the 20 per cent found in equation 3 An equally good solution in the fractional form can be had by first changing to fractional form thus 80por cent = 4D- Problem 2 When I have plowed 15 acres in a 25 acre field what per cent have I plowed Statement 25 acres = Base 1II = Percentage = Rate Solution 1 25 acres as 100 per centof the land Why 2 1 acre = 4 per cent of the land Why 3 15 acres = 00 per cent of the land Amt of land plowed = 00 per cent of wholej Problem 3 10 per cent of the deposits amount ing to 24000 was withdrawn in a single day What was the whole amount of deposits Statement 10 per cent = Rate 24000 = Percentage = Base T Solution 1 10 per cent of base = 24000 Why 2 1 per cent of base = S1GOQ 3 100 per cent of base = SIDOOtiO Amt of deposits = 150000 TOBI OONT WED NEXT WEEK F THE FARM I Points on the Peach Orchard Bf PROP M Eo MARSH Now is the time to be looking up the matter of poach trees for fall setting It pays to get the budded fruit as the extra cost of the trees is soon made up by a better price for tho larger fruit Thruout the south where winter freezing is not severe enough to be dangerous fall planting ia preferable Have the ground plowed and well pulverized See that tho i roots are out back so that they are not more than two or three inches long Trim off all the small fibres as they will die any way Prepare a fair sized hole plate the tree about as deep as it was when taken up Generally one can toll by looking at a tree how much of it was under ground Tamp the earth firmly about the roots Trim all branches from the main Mom cutting them off smoothly with a sharp knife and cut the main stem 08 about eighteen or twenty inchos above the ground BO that your poach orchard looks like a field of walking sticks set about eighteen feet apart each way Next spring watch for buds Select three or four near the top of stem which will give you a well balanced top and rub of all the others Watch forborers in the spring Whenever you see gum oozing from the tree near the top of the ground remove tho dirt from the stem search carefully until you find the place where the borer has begun work follow P his groove cutting away the dead bark with a sharp knife until you find the rascal then kill him Keep the weeds cleaned out between the rows BO that they will not take moisture and nourishment from tho trees but do not work your peach orchard too late in the season Look for borers again in the fall and coatiuue to do so each fall and spring as long as they molt eet the trees Keep the growth of the branches about equal during the summer nipping back any brunch which tends to get too far ahead of the others After the first summers growth go into your orchard the next spring and cut back the growth made about one half If the oldstem dies anti sprouts start from the roots select the most thrifty one and cut away the others close to where they fasten to the old stem or roots After p this aim to trim BO as to grow a short stubby top which will support the sbuitwithout breaking dower II coii 1 11 tr ft fft 00OSJO90OBOtOSJOIOS080SOC- OI o Eighth Kentucky i- o History 0 g Tlirllllnit Story uftlm Purl lliUOnl o IniitllitRlinonltwik lit ilia Civil Yiir 0 0000000000000CUAMCn Captain Minter had died tho day the other two oflicors above named gave up their young cheerful and promising lives tho fol lowing dny Thoir romaine wore sent homo to bo buried by kind friends and relatives Tho morning of tho 13th wo moved camp into a piece of timber midway between tho Nashville and Lobnnou Pikes and ono and a half miles north of town Major Broadhus appointed a board of officers to survey null con domn our old tents Wo received now onos of the Boll pattern uiul men and oflicors generally turned out to brick masonry erecting chimneys from tho same materials tho rebels had used for a like purpose In a few days wo were well quartos and drawing full rations onoo more Tho 18th Colonel Barnes returned and the following day Lieutenant Smallwood arrived with a row ab onuses whom Morgans raid lint prevented from joining us before tho battleAs soon as wo began to get com Portably settled in our now touts orders for heavy details begun to pour in from headquarters for pick tits fatigue and forage duty A largo part of tho command worked daily on fortifications Some days tho regiment would guard n longJine of empty wagons into tho country and collect corn oats fodder or corn blades Ou these expeditions tho Eighth boys uevor forgot that men Lund to bo led as well as army mules and many little creature comforts were brought in to season and vary our regular rations The 20th our regiment escorted a train out five miles toward Lebanon and returned with heavy loads of corn Again the 27th the Eighth and Thirtyfifth Indiana under Major Broadhuswith fifty tennis proceeded through and tires miles beyond tho place wo hail been a few days before and turned into the plantation owned by a portly old rebel named Atkins lie balln rant quantity of corn and when he saw how ninny wagons we had and with what speed tho soldiers with the help of his willing grinning niggers could lower his well filled cedar log cribs ho indulged in con sidorablo profanity until MajorUroad bUll informed him that ho should have a government voucher for his produce After having explained to him what voucher meant and see ing that his blowing threats were not heeded tho old follow cooled down a little Meantime some of the boys were trying to persuade tho no loss portly and equally indignant landlady to sell thorn a low chickons Being refused in not over mild lau gaugo sonic of tho Thirty Offb Undertook to help thomsolvos Tho major then ordered tho writer to tako a guard of five men and protect the house and poultry By this duty I soon assumed the role of especial pro orator and friend and succeeded in purchasing from her two big nice bacon hams After weighing them she U lowed theyd fetch four dollars I handed her a V greenback logalIto do with youens shin plasters Then she smilingly gave mo change for a confederate blueback By- his time the train being loaded and in motion Major Broadhus and tho pulling old southerner came in to fill out his voucher This done ho sot out his bottle of old peach cold sugar After we had tasted and praised his liquor and were about to leave the now genial old follow said Well me nor tbo old oman nuther kin read null the gals is oil you jest read that nr voucher fur mo When the major came to tho cloning sent encd ie to be paid on proof of oyalitya sudden change came over our hospitable friend his anger and profanity wero fearful As wo reached tho yard fence wo hoard him sayUDy h1IIol it depends on that I know Ill never get a cent Wo did not tarry to discuss the probabil ities of the case Somo of tho teams stalled as the drivers called it delaying us so much it was very lato when we arrived in camp To be continued KAISER WILHELM Admire American People and Wishes to Make a Visit Cassel Aug 15 Hermann RldJor of Now York had a second audience with Emperor William Tho emperor was keenly Interested In everything relating to tho United States and said ho desired tho goodwill and friendship of tho American peoplo He strongly wishes to visit tho Unit ed States and meet tho peoplo ant resident Hooeovjolt for whom ho baa the highest admiration A good square piano for sale or tent at Chrismans the furniture man 1 J QOCBEL8 FRIEND Clauds Dcshu Wasand Dud on the Porch of His Home Cynthlona Kjr Claude M Desna candidate for tho democratic nomina Uon for congress In the Ninth District was found dead sitting on the hall steps at his homo It Is supposed Mr Doaha was takes suddenly ill and started for tho front porch to got air and being exhausted fell and oxplrod At tho coroners ioquont a verdict Willi rendered that Doshao death waa caused by apoplexy Mr rDosha had boon Identified with politics ID Koa tucky for 20 years and stumped the Btato In several donlocrotlo campaigns Ho and tho lato Qor aoebd wore warm personal friends and it was Mr Deahas testimony in trial against Oov Goebel for killing John Stanford that brought about an acquittal Mr Deahas wife died about Ave years ajro and ho leaves a daughter about tnyears of ago Claude Doaha was a son of Goo Lucius Doaha and a grandson of GOT Joseph Deuba and a brother ol Judo Lucius Doaha of Newport and brotherinlaw of lion II 0 Duffy of this county NECKTIE PARTY In Store For This Negro If He Can III De Captured Columbia Ky Llxzlo Hancock who residue at the homo of n F Tupman a farmer on tho Green river section ol Adair county was tho victim of an outrngtoua crime Mr Tupman and family were away from homo at the time and Miss Hancock wag la tho kitchen preparing dinner A nogro entered tho room and asuaultod hor The bruto war armed with a pistol and warned Miss Hancock not to moke any outcry Aa soon as tho negro wont away Miss Hancock gave tho alarm and a pooso was quickly formed to search for tho negro Very CAbIt- lrn tho county waa visited but ho bill not boon captured MIllS Hancock thinks she can identity her assailant and when he la caught a necktie par ty will doubtless be In order- sWHETHEART Tries To Aid Her Fighting Lover and Is Fatally Pounded Richmond Ky Jefferson and Jai Freeman brothers engaged In a flflht at Dybectown with clubs Mlsa Rot erta a sweetheart of James Freeman rushed In to separate the mon and was attacked by Jon It Is aliened who struck her over the head with a club and wounded hor so badly that she will die Officers from here arreetod Freeman who whllo on routo to jail made a break tor liberty The officers opened Are shooting at him six time Ho surrendered niter being badly wounded In the face ON THE TRACK They Slept and a Past Freight Ran Into Them Darboursville Ky Near Grays nlnq miles south of hers William HeUoa waa Instantly killed A Savior foully injured and an unknown mad slightly hurt at an early hour a fast freight running into tho party while they won asleep on tho track The accident oo currod on a sharp curve a fow hun dred foot from a tunnel and the train going 40 miles an hour rounded the curro and ran into tho sleeping men before they could be awakened The threo men had started from their homo to this oitjr Altworo of prom inent families and the accident baa created wide interest L A N Earnings Loutsrlllo KyThe ootnparaUvo statement of gross earnings of the L ft N Is First week ot August f8S7 250 j corresponding woek last yosr 17500405 increase f108810 July 1 to latest date thus year 461SBT5 same period taut year 4OS86J2 Increase 1453953 Rally For Edward Londoa KyAt a bIg rally of the friend of Concronsman D 0 Ed wards candidate for congress speeches wore made by D F Johnson James Sparks and n Boyd Jr of thus county and J W Mulllns of Jackson and IL F Farmer of Clay- stabbed In Abdomen Louisville KyWm Ash colored whoso home Is In Cincinnati got into on altercation with a colored porter on an L ft N dining oar and was severely cut in tho abdomen Ash is a waiter on tho car She Missed the Dog Sharpsburg KyMrs Win latter Held of Chestnut Grove this county got her husbands gun and tried to hoot a mad dog Aa the wont to fire tho gun slipped and shot otr two too oa bow right foot IuddenlyCovington Yorrlngtoa Herbert wlfo ot exFlroman Theodore Herbert died suddenly at tho family roaldenco of paralysis of tho heart Tho deceased was a aUtor of James and William Warrington and leaves a husband and five children Judge Ordered a Spanking Maysvllle Ky Ucslo Moore Kate Dower and Fannie Washington young colored girls wore arrested for josh line white women off the sidewalks OoITobacco Growers Picnic Loularlllo XTbo DArk Tohbacco drawers association held a oonvea kloa and barbecue at Adalrrtllo Loran county at which there was on MtasoV inco ot gully 10000 CongroMesox X I Ot Stoatey ot KMderHs Xrv WM tM ptiae pal iHifcy A- J 4 i 0 c t Who desires the best Business in Berea I have n piece oj property thnt is well worth the price I nsk for itsny nothing about the business that I can place you in 1 have for sale tho Boron Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is 100 feat front and 300 foot long the build ings consist of n Produco I Hbuso two story dwelling and barn This property is well worth tho money I ask for it The busi ness is tho most promising of any business in Heron from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any one desiring tins property should call nt once on JaP BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY t hPM10 h+ ++ t UPHOLDS THE PAPAL AUTHORITY IN HIS ENCYCLICAL TO THE DISH OPS OF FRANCE While Opposing Violence It Urge Bishops to Organize for Salvation of Church Rome Aug nThc text of the popoa lonfccxpectrd encyclical to the archbishops and bishops of Francs concerning their future conduct In view of the enactment of tho laws pro viding for tho separation of church and elate appeared In Ttlo Obsorva toro Romano It refers to the previous encyclical condemning tho general principles of tho law and lIArs tho Umo has now arrived to Indicate what should bo dono to defend and prcsorvo religion In Franco We deferred tho encyclical con tinues our decision owing to the Inv portonco of this grave Question and particularly through a charitable feel lag for tho great serviced your nation baa rendered tho church Having heretofore condemned this InlQultious law wo examined with tho greatest caro Its articles to see if thoy permitted the organization of religious life In Franco without jooyftrdttlna tho Racrod principled of tho church Attar approving tho rocommonda tlons of tho French hlorarohy dUnp proving of the law tho encyclical Bald Thorofora concerning cultural also elation such as tho law proscribed we decree absolutely that thoy can not bo formed without a violation of the sacred rights which ore tho Ufo itsolt of tho church- lutUng therefore aside those as sedation which our conscience forbids to approve ItIs opportune to ox amino If some other kind of orcanlza tion both legal and canonical can avert tho threatened danger to thd church Other Forms Looked Into Tho encyclical then examines M length tho other forms of organization Tho pope enyi nothing causes him greater agony than tho eventualities mononolnff tho church in Pronto and therefore he hopes to find olmo other kind of associations not ondangoring divine rights Out as this hope falls us M ho continues and the law remains as It Is we declare It Is not permissible to try this other kind of associations aa Ions as they do not establish In tho most legal and most positive rights oUiha anlltheirfairs of the church particularly the socrod edifices will bo irrevocably pro tooted by such associations Wo can not wish otherwise without betraying our snored chargo and producing tho rain of tho church In FrancoH Tho document urges the bishops to adopt nil means within the law to organize their forces aoaurlng them ot the papal oooooratlon and supportIt not difficult H tho encyclical says to foresee tho roorlmlnatlons which tho enemies of tho church will mako against our present decree They will rook to persuade tho people that wo do not seek tho salvation of the church but that tho form of trio republic of Franco Is odious to us Wo denounce with Indignation such insln nations as false 200 KILLED IN BATTLE Mad Mullah Attacks Sultans Force and Devastates 19 Villages London Aug IBs According to tho correspondent at Mon of Tho Dally Mall after devastating 10 Ogadon vil lager tho Mod Mullah Inflated by his success attacked tho sultan of Mljcr alas territory Both sides lost heavily The sultan bad nine near relatives and 700 war Mora hilled but eventually repulsed the Mullah toward Illlryand tho count Noted Warrior Retires London Aug 16Ma Gen Sir Reginald Polo Carow 88 since 1003 commander of tho Jlngllah division of the Third Army corps and who die tinguished himself In Dost Indian and African campaigns bar boon retired with Uw koaorwy reek ol ILlttalt4a- tuw I 1 eo L LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Doing North Train 4 Daily Leave JSortvi S38n in Arrive Itfelnuond4u10 a m Arrive laris528u m Arrive Clnciiuiatt 7DO a ui going North Train 2 Dally 1 Ixmvo Ikircn 124 p m Arrive lUehmond200 p in Arrive Paris3u30 p m I Arrive Clucinunti01O p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Ihuroa121 p m Arrive Knoxvillo 8110 p m Going South Train I Dally Lcavo lfomn120 n ul Arrive Knuxvillo 730 n m IWItPMHKT Train t number ant irairy Dunrt l elw mr awl MWk het vern YneNaafl- add Kn irlllr In luth Jlrrrlkwt Ttolin Rum bet i4 rry lutllsn vNnskI tUHloInC mr iiHlrm lM liriim liaenatt end aIilk In hull tllmtKMM W H BOWER Ticket Ag- entFAGi I LIVERISH This MorningTAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer A DAUAMTKKI celtIC V llt TILKH- llchlnc Ullixl nlmllnr liDJiulln PUn Draf I- like utr luilutiint to nand money it PAW OINTAI8NTfull tornlehi6toitdile juc Lazy Liver i I Buffering tho misery and agony that como from liver being I ordertryingto lief that you will be all right In a day ot twos aro you deliber ately neglecting the warning of outraged Naturecommittingthe lull that you dont feed medicine If you areth sooner you commencothe- NOI of Dr CaldwellLagaa1al Syrup Pepsin the bettor It will be for you- I You cant afford to 001 with your liver and you certainly cant afford to be without this great remedy If your 1Idollar sizes tram all druggists I Your money will bo refunded It M does not benefit you card reqneil wnl brine br rttara- I WXLLaKOOK e those who bays enc w tvoioJr Bad toda- yPEPIN v CYRUP 00tAlJIsk RNas1a Fer Sale by S E WELCH Jr MEREA KY 1 r I i wl1 ijhmsltmt nf 1ui1iurni tt1t 1 t11t SJarger ffiifr r 1DyEDWIN MARKHAM r I f riJ 1IKKK is no curse on workwork tint is not sKvish drudgery for work is as normal to a pnan as play to a tigers rub nut in the ashes of hope there ia cnc upon the paradise of the lilts deep as the dust of groves jH ihe chief concern of every man should be to become oriented to find out his errand to the earth This is a part of the obligation laid upon every soul The animal J fines not have to seek for its mission the animal is pushed t on in the path of its foreordained career hut map meet condoulr cooperate with the powers that make for lii progress and his pence One look into life makes clear the fact that man is not here to roll all An aimless stone down a swift river No he is not here to drift with the stream but to turn the course of the stream lie is not Mete to be bent iy the world but to bend the world Into the destiny of things he comes as another fate to seize the riw materials of life and mould them nearer to his hearts desire 1U is here to affirm to create to compel nature to higher issues an- dIfIII110 write large his autograph on a page of history Ii i ins to find the wilding crab apple in the Asian forests and to trattiirm it to the bellflower and the greening of our orchards n In tc transform the sneaking wolf Into the faithful collie and the tenet olIl Ht HernaitU I U to transform the arid desert the reeking swamp to the busy city the whitening wheat lick his to command the irrcponsiblc lightnings and yoke them to fetch and carry our word ur burdens ourselves We we in the midst of an incompfetcd world Man himself is not fiui hed yet All things are an eternal Ueconvitg Cod made the uTld but talon must remake it anti in that remaking remoulding f the world man will make remould himself The work of creation va begun by the Higher Power but man is commanded to finish it In obeying this high command he builds tip his own better nature lie calls forth Itis own deeper powers Holy bailer worketh hitherto and I work Jtitd the great Mao ter These word speak in exalted terms tile nature of life Only when a man works is he in the path of the law which is also the path ot disdpliee of honor of ascension t tt1gL uyi1tg w- a Jtrualrttt tnil IDyEVELYN VAUGHN lady In The Conte Widow The bitterest dis aiKNntnKiit of a young actress who conics 4o New York with her mind enthused over the thought of studying great artists is to lure her ideals shattered by the persistent guying which Qoes on in the best theaters I liars often wondered what thoughts paw through the minds of the audience who pay good motley in the hope of receiving a genuine dramatic treat when they see the artkt and her support effectually rain a play by this guying system cnnJor indifference of actors more harm is being done than the mere disc gtioting of a one nights audience I Of eourso the actors and actresses do not think for a moment that the a1JtniL w aware of their smiles and guyingat least I cannot be lieve theyrruald voluntarily rule a plat I am quite sure that the average audience which cares to witness a highclass production has enough intelligence to detect a false ring to the interpretation of role plaedlthat UK great actress who feels the character can ever forget 11 Yetllk a great dcnl about the future ot dramatic art in America Wr read a great deal about the mushroom growth of stars who lap- 4litar ijt pujarity in a month We listen to burning criticisms from Irendt writers on the comparison of the highly educated and well y trained actresses of the Ircnch stage with tlioi of America Dramatic rtiiuhs obit IUfil1ageu thettttolvcs tulk tin tUcne6il of sincerity in flue yivnmg actress who must take her art seriously yet what more filial Limbo can there bo to the art of the future than having the budding Actresses and actors come face to Wee wjth the distorting and slighting of art by the very idols of the stage themselves P It is a duty not only to dramatic art itself and to the devotees of Slur drama who seek inspiration from the fountain heads of acting but 40 culture and tlt gcnlral iij1oligbOce Sisj well tqvcjinrjnatc this giving stein Actors anti actrcJSes who hayo tlaiued gro titcss owe some jitig p the future orthat proTessIon tlicy iflbpt If iii cat of writill r fS Ides or decrying in print the anaemic condition of the dramatic zit of z A bilay they would endeavor to stimulate itf Aliicrican dramrfllcartI would receive its best incentive t to1 Jtthtt r iiicy nfa S ltl REV WILLIAM flURGES5- Chlcaso Pastor v t savingfsonlS head i to degrade the subject to tne levelof the stocK ninrket or a common brokerage Who would care for a character which could be estimated as One d timates hogs in the market It nay be interesting statistics which an give the relative expenditure in the making ofa Mormon or any sectarian but wjio somethinggreaterman and save him and possibly ho may never return the value to the world but if the question is repeated What shall a man gvc in cx change for hIs soul who can furnish the figures to aster it It cost jess tljan the lowest suns named in recent f1 cave jQhjiO Couglf but if it had cot the WQrldtfiefefjftaiorRockc fcllcrs fortund it would have been worth the invcBtmont Let us re betcounfcd SENSE IS NEEDED ALONG WITH A GREAT DEAL COM MON TACT Having Acquired These and Standing Shoulder to Shoulder John Sharp Williams Thinks the Democrats Might Carry the Next House of Representatives John Sharp Williams has lately expressed tits conviction regarding the outlook foe a rehabilitation of the shattered fortunes of the Democratic party Wo nro upon tho eve of carrying the house of representative it we only not together shoulder to shoulder and show common tact and com mon sense To expect the Democratic party which Ingorsoll used to characterize as an organized appetite I to show common tact and common souse un der any imaginable conditions Is as unreasonable as to expect the leopard to change his spots It is difficult to recall a period of time within past CO years when tho Democratic party failed to do the wrong thing at tho right time Total Incapacity to cor rectly Judgo the trend of things has been Its almost Invariable record Clearer proof of that fact could not ho asked than is to be found In that partys mistaken adherence to free trade and Its foolish antagonism to ward the policy of protection Its single opportunity since 1860 of show Ing itself worthy of being entrusted with tho care of tho countrys best re suits occurred In 1892 with the result of inflicting a loss upon tho country moderately estimated at 10000000 000 Tho total cost of Democratic linealwallnilght have discovered tho effects of the blunder and that common tact recurronll81fo1hlng fight against the accepted policy of the American people goes on forever Tho party has learned nothing forgotten nothing For example wo find tho everlasting dull dense hatred of an established system cropping out iu the speech of one of the leading ora tors In the last Fourth of July cole brat Ion of tho Tammany society of New York On that occasion Bourke Cacknm declared As only a small percentage of our people are employed hI socalled pro teolad Industries which receive tho benefits of the system the great burden falls upon tilt balance who aro employed In unprotected Industries mil receive none of tho benefit of tho aystem So a largo class Is taxed for tho advantage of a small class and therefore tho equality of burdens which Jefferson planned for Is defeated by the inequalities which noosI Tell stands for ftnd Congressman Henry of Texas VrctltJotlonWhen we meet Tammany In the next national convention Texas will bo there holding up thb banner of the proatfrHt Democrat who has lived Dr11mWhnt for the confidence of the business Inter cats tho industrial producers and tho waseearners of tbo country OnoI demagogue shouting the shallow disproved by tho facts of the great est pnwporlty over witnessed or Imagined that tho benefits of protection nro for the favored few while Its In juries nro visited upon the general mass and another demagogue giving nssuranso that Texas and Tammany will bo found shoulder to ithoulilcr lathe tipbturlng of the stanjUrtl of lreo Trader Bryan Thbtfs Uio comblna tlon tliftt Is oxptclon to rapture the jireltlpriMnl irlzut 1008 Texhs and Tammany ttryali and froo trade PleadtorThem lu need for them Mty Not Be Advantageous An Jaercuso In foreign trade may or inns not be ndvagtaEi ous to ana tlon or a commonwealth It depends upon conditions anti circumstances It Is not necessarily advantageous and It disadvantageousFor trotturysuppliesConnecticut We will supi ose that the annual exchange Is of Jl000000 worth of potterySupsltoaofurthepthatunder a con- dillon of froa trade or reciprocity Con nocljtmti InstoaJ of exchanging prod nets with New Jory exchanges her cutlery for French pottery In such case Franco gains what New Jersey hits lost The exports will show a gain JfiOOOOOO but this gain irat the ex1 ponno of Sow Jerseys labor and pro ducUpn The imports nla show again I of llOOOOOO totallncretsaoff- oreign Ing What trade has tho OIOOOOI It has lost by tho transaction 1000 000 precisely tho sum lost by New Jersey labor and production lets the difference in the lower cost of the pottery Imported from Franco It may bo that this difference amounts to 20 per cent In that case tlio nation has saved 200000 and fast 1000000 Net loss 5800000 n year So the 2000000 la fqralsn lrad tarns out tirbe flctitioils beeatfrloW FREE HIDES WOULD DO HARM Senator Warren Drops Some Broad d Hints to Eastern Manufacturers In a speech a row 03m ago before the National Association of Wool Manufacturers Senator Warren of Wyoming earnestly advised against any attempt to secure a removal of tho tariff on wool If said bEt Irf substance any of you aro thinking of free wool I would repeat the ram ous advice of Punch to persona con templating matrimony Dont This was supplemented as wo remember with some significant suggestions to the effect that the tariff on woolens could not very well bo retained after tho tariff on wool should bo removed Senator Warrens Dont produced the desired effect Very little has been heard from wool manufacturers In tho past five years on tho subject of abolishing the tariff on wool Again the senatorial ranchman from Wyoming Is cn hand with a Dont This tlmo his advice Is addressed uj thu manufacturers of boots shoes and leather products Mr Warrens speech of Juno 27 in tho senate on tho subject of Livestock Statistics Shall Thero Do a Duty on Hides is brimful of pertinent facts as to the magnitude of tho agricultural Inlet eats which would bo assailed and an tagonized by the refusal of the party of protection to continue tho protec tion embodied In the DIngley law to the livestock growers of this country- It will astonish some people to learn that as long ago nslS99 ther was according to the twelfth census a total of 11240131 pomona In the United States whoso livelihood was dependent directly and Indirectly on the livestock Industry or 38 per cent of our entire working population and that the gross value of meat products not Including retail butchering will In 1904 roach 1000000000 There are facts and figures In Sen ator Warrens speech which may well arrest the attention of those who thgdownfallunless their demand shall be granted It should occur to those people that they represent a rather small voting force compared with the 12000000 voters who are concerned In the re totnlon of protective duties on all the products of thel Ivextock Industry To the disturbing clement which would It It could stultify the party Ifprotection by free trade In what It buya while retaining protection for what It sells tho closing words of Senator Warren should come alike as a rebuke and a warning The permanency of protection as a national policy rests largely with the American farmer When he arrives at tho conviction that protection Is being withhold from him In order that the profits of manufacturers may be swelled then the end of protection will swiftly come Mr President our tariff laws when framed by protectionists have never been made to favor one state one suction of the country or one Indus try They never will be We are all so Interdependent that an Injury to one Industry or to one part of tho country Is an Injury to all and a benefit to one Is a benefit to all Un der a universal protective tariff our freight cars are loaded going both waysfrom east to west from west to east from north to south from south to north The farmer Is prosperous as is the manufacturer and employes of both A protective tariff is a com pensating tariff and always must be else It would not give protection at all nnd unless it Is given to all it is given fully to none Protection can protectfbn eratlehof the present law It Is the most perfect law we havo known Wo shall as a matter of course have to todayWetoo well paid for our labor too pros perous to think seriously of tariff revision In tho year of our Lord 1906 Higher Trices The Buffalo Times covers only a part of the subject when It asks Are you studying the tariff ques moneImuch now as it would before the pres edt tariff bill was passed Do you also know that a condition lof htghprlccs outajns throughout the civilized world that nobodys money will buy more than about two thirds of what It would buy ten years ago Financial scientists are attrib uting thIs Increase In current values and this lower purchasing power of money all over to an enor mona Increase In the supply of gold The condition obtains In free trade Great Britain as Wen as In protected America In this country however under a protective tariff employment and wages have more than kept pace with the higher cost of living while 12 per cent of Great Britains work people have no employment and no money at all with which to pay the higher prices An Asset Tariff revision Is a Democratic as set sagely remarks tho Washington Iost True now true always Tariff revision was the chief Democratic asset In 1893 and tho party realized on it In great shape Ttyro month after the realization in tho Wilson Gbrman act the Democratic majority in tho house of representatives had been changed back to a Republican majority and two years later McKln ley the apostle of protectionism was elected brancheJTltrtelyneL tlse lreagtpcof tkaliVllluabll t Fact FancyI The Inut They Were Not Executed Because the Prince Held nit Nerve Un til Crisis Was Pasted A Story is told of one of the Moor lab princes of Granada which Is well worth noting showing as It does the groat value of coolness and selfcontrol tn trying circumstances When Mahommed the Sixth usurped the throne of Granada he set aside his rflder brother Yousuf the rightful heir to the throne so that the Kingdom might be secure to his own children He caused Prince Yousuf to be Impris oned ID the castle of Shalobanya where he remained for the teh years of bin brothers reign Mahommed in tending when ho felt his health failing to have his brother assassinated The unfortunate prince though brave and courageous to the last de gree was forced to submit to his brothers arbitrary will knowing that rebellion would be in vain lie was a man of commanding presence cour teous to all about him and of so winning and gracious a manner that he gained the love and fealty of his entire household any one of whom would gladly have risked life in his cause This was especially true of the alcayde of Shalobanya who was his devoted friendPrince Yousuf passed the weary days of his captivity the best he could his favorite recreations being the game of chess of which he was a passionate I rtEADlNO illS DEATH WARRANT J lover and the penisal of the exciting dayItbe fifteenth cen TheiI arms Incited by the reading of such j wonderful romances as Adventures of AmadlS di Gaul a book that turned I The How You Can Make lit Appear That You Are Pouring Through the Bottom of the Bottle Here Is a trick that will prove a puzzle to those who are not pretty well up In physics Take an ordinary dinner plate says the Chicago Ocean nod fill It with water then a small empty bottle and assure the spectators that you are wizard enough to pout water through the solid bottom of the lat ter Pass the bottle around that all may see it perfectly empty and dry then having thrust a stick Into it andbeld Into the lire until it it is very hot too hot to hold In the bare hands stand It mouth dowward in the plate of water At the same time poUr a lablespoonfufaf water on the upturned bottom as If you were beginning to nil it In that way Each time you do this tbe bottle tUqulre Careful Balancing and You May Fool Your Boy Friends with It The accompanying picture shows this little feat bettor than any words could Place a chalrbn the flour front downward in such a way that the legs aro horizontal and the back is uppermost Get one of your boy friends to kneel 01 the lower back bar ot tbo cnair ant take up with his lips a pleco lof candy placed on the back of tlie top bar The pictures fchowiyouhls rgst tlon lust as he Is about to make the attempt i It is not unlikely that the boy will think you have set a trap for him that YOU want to give him a heareti I on to tiro floor but can overcome his reluctance by lust doltislnd thing yourself Alt that Is necessary It for y6aiu tiletChAlritmlght bo as yellafpnoouI to practice fob a while Iii yrtvate and d rr Llttle People I IjKings Orders the heeds of half the Spanish youth 13Iype that Cervantes hks Immortal Don Quixote The fascination of ctiess however rivaled those of tho tournament will the knights of Spain and many aa byPrlne i cayde They were seated thus one day loth intent upon the game You suf for tho time completely forgetting tbe sword that was always hanging over lib head lie was losing slowly but surely hla adversarys knight and castle were steadily bearing flown upon ills king When a page hastily entered the room and lulormed the alcayde that a messenger was without desiring to sea him atatqTell of chess is finished said the prince But the page made an imploring gesture to the alcayde which brought thee latter Instantly to his feet and ha hastened out to meet the messenger who silently and gravely handed him a sealed note from the Hastily tearing it open tho 11lcaYdll glanced over the contents his cheek blanching as he did so With tottering steps ha reentered tho room and the prince shocked at his pallor explalmed My friend what Is thy trouble Thou ookest as though thou hast Just received thy death warrant Oh hit addeJ Jokingly perchance tbe king my most loving brother demands my head Speak Is it so For answer the alcayde handed hint the letter but his hand trembled so that the paper fluttered to the floor Yousuf stooping coolly picked It up and read at a glance the following words My servant when thou reeelvcst this letter thou shalt immediately takei the life of my brother Yousuf and send me his head by my trusty mes Bengar The eyes of the brave prince rioTer quad d nor did his voice falter as he said quietly to the page i- Bid the kings messenger wait until our game is ended it will be but a few moments now for I am liislaa rapldly fate Is against me da every side They reseated themselves at this board but the alcayde played juriidlyv It was an easy matter for the princ to regain his lost advantage and ha was Just giving checkmate when in the distance was heard the clatter of horses hoofs Nearer and nearer they came and soon two caballeros from Granada armed capapie covered with dust and In the maddest haste came dashing Into the tourtyAudatfullS- peed The king is dead Long live the king Long live uur good king You i suf The lesson for children to learn froai this story Is of course obvlous Never give up hope in the lace pfmlsfbrtunst Chicago Dally News I Magic Bottle TUB WATER lUSlSO IN TIIK nOT The will be seen to retain more water asd as a corresponding amount will bavs disappeared front the plateful front which you are dipping It It will wily appear as though the water hail passed through the Bottom lot the Ibot tie 1 A Clever Trick lk do DOINtl THE THICK you might Also bid an advantage la a pillow or somA other soft tlAnt Just In frOnt of the chair ed that II you comedown you wllIt bturtfowa ceaIl rq1 J Fo Hk titSome people BupposetJrtSrWilritunB to nature In an automobile 1 ntototototofotoeoeototototototototototototototototot East Kentucky Correspondence i News You Get Nowhere Else I0o a Ho eomcpondtiM piUUhed mlM ilfiM ta KU by tie writer Tie urns o li sot for ttfclioAtlM bit M u nUlICI ct toot fifth Writ plel- alytotototototototototototototototototototototot o otototo MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Aug ISWo havo boon having interesting meetings at the Discples Church for the past few daysD Foote of Carlisle 0 has boon visiting relatives at this place for the pasweekJoo Standofe and wife of sore vices in the church at this place Sun dayL C Powell has returned from a ten days visit to Hamilton 0W- H Johnson our hustling merchant made a business trip to Richmond last Saturday A Mr Flannory of Owsloy county has boon thru here looking for a farm to buyRov Combs Rev Green and Miss Alma Lakes took dinner with J C Powell SundayBoo Lain visited J C Powel and family SundayThe school at this place is progressing nicely much better than for years Mr Lakes is giving much satisfaction this being his first yearMrs W H Johnson and Sallie Youngmade o visit to Kingston Saturday evening J R Azbill of Kingston paidour town a visit SundayW J Gooch has returned from the mountains with a nice lot of sheepMr Gooch is one of the hustling men of this communityMrs Ridden of this place is very sick WAIAACETON Aug ISMra Alice Clark is sick Miss Lee Welch of Berea was the guest of Mary Blanton of Wallace tonover Saturday nightMrs Kidd of Wallaceton is verysickWill King who has been visiting his bro ther at Cincinnati returned last Tuesday after a weeks visltPro traded meeting begins at Wallaceton Baptist Curch August 13th Everybody welcomeG B Gabbard Bud- wifo were in Richmond Saturday John Mann and wife of Nebraska are visiting Mrs Manns mother Mrs Charlie BakerMrs Emma Renfro has returned from Brindle Ridge where she has been visiting relatives Sho enjoyed her visit Isaac Pointer and wife were the guests of Steve Holcombs family Saturdayand made twentyeight gallons of ciderA man by the name of Latten riding down White Lick Creek last Tuesday afternoon was overtaken by the heavy storm which flooded the creek bringing a pile of logs with it The horse was knocked from under him and swam ashore but the old man was drowned His body was found later in a pile of drift 1HAItTSAug 14The good old farmers of this community are glad to see so much rain It is making all crops look well especially cernJimMorris and wife were here Monday wanting to buy a mulq Bradley and Forest visited C G Baker Sunday Harry McClure visited homo folks Saturdayand Sunday Next Sunday August 10th Mr Kitchen will preach nt Harts We are having a splendid Sunday School All come end take a partDaft Waddle is gone to Liv ingston Tharo will be a protracted meeting at Macedonia next week be ginning August 18 The preachers are Brothers Bryant Phelps Lam bert and othersA E Hart will start in a few weeks to Missouri to cut com Anderson Collins has gone to Indiana and Bay Williams to Flitter PondO M Payne and wife went to Berea Friday on busi ness Allen Williams passed thru this city last week on business mo HILL Aug HBud McKeehan and Jim Maupin visited Mack Maupin and Wife and Mrs Whit Green of Lexington the latter part of last week Tom Bingham has returned from Ohio where he has been for several days to purchase a farm but satisfactoryMrsJohnnie MondayMartha tend the London Ky Fair thi- smonthMinerva McKeehan who has boon sick for several days is able spentThursdayMaggie and Ruthie Wilson Bertha Hawkins and Miss Burnell took din SundayASunday held at Pilot Knob Church the second Sunday In September Everyone is invited to come and have a recitation prepared for the meeting PERRY COUNTY There will be a Sunday School Picnic Saturday September let at Viper given by the Big Branch Accop Cornet Hill and Viper Union Sunday Schools There will be a program by children and addresses by prominent men Program begins bringpan l ROCKCASTLE COUNTY HONE Aug 13Joseph Sailor n citizen of this place died Saturday Aug 4 Mr Sailor leaves several daughters Mrs Joseph Lovetto of Mote visited her sister Mrs Mattie Coylo last week Mary Bowl on fell from a fence last week receiving a cut across her forehead Minnie Poyn tor Ida Wren and Nora Coylo wore baptized last SundayJ H Lambed went to Mt Vernon last Friday and was appointed administrator of J B Coylos oatate Mrs Bright Chasteen is on the sick listMrs Margaret Chasteon is visiting her mother at Wildie Mrs Eden Wren will go to East Bornstadt Saturday where she will remain for some time with her daughter Mrs Jos Yonco Joe Wren and J W Lambert spent the past week with friends in Lincoln countyUpon preliminary examination Mrs Lou Dugger was acquitted on tho charge of cutting Mrs Matt Pigg ItOCKFOKD Aug lSElla Lake visited homo folks near Berea Saturday and Sun day Boulah Viars and Mae Todd wont to Conway Friday on business R L Anglin and wife of Climax visited Mrs Angliua parents Mr and Mrs Wm Linville of Rockford Saturday and Sunday Nora Lin ville who has been sick is now bet terMr and Mrs W H Stephens and Mrs Sarah Stephens visited friends near Wallaceton Saturday and Sunday Eatella Gadd visited Vir gia Martin Saturday nightO M Payne and family and Mr and Mrs AT Abuey visited J E McGuire SundayMattie McGuire is visiting her cousin Virgia Payne of Dispu tanta this woekRae Allman of Richmondwho has been visiting her cousin Virgia Martin of this place returned homo Sun layII- E Bullen of Conway went to Rock ford Fridayon business Mr and Mrs J visited I M Todd Sunday Linvillo called on J E McGuires boys Sun day evening W C Ogg and wife of Disputanta visited W H Linvillo Sunday Teacher Ancwlntlon llmolutlonn The following resolutions were adopted by the Teachers Association of Magisterial District No 5 Roch- castle county in session at Union chool House Aug 4 1000 and ordered printed in the Citizen and the Mt Vernon Signal 1 Resolved That we extend to the people our sincere thanks for the courtesy and hospitality shown us 2 That we request the Superintendent to enforce the law concern ing all teachers who do not attend the Teachers Association in their District 3 That we thank the chair for the excellent music furnished- E R Gentry D B Chandler J W Proctor Miss Sally Thomas J W KincerCommittee OWSLEY COUNTY OAJlllAni Aug lSWe have had plenty of- rain the past week and crops are looking much better James R Gabbardwas on Cow Creek Wed nesday on business Mrs Mattie Seal of Booneville visited her sister Mrs Rose Gabbard of this place last reek Stewart Moyers of South Joonovillo was hero TuesdayEl- mer E Gabbard who is attending school at Witherspoon College Buck horn Ky visited home folks last Saturdayand Sunday Rev S K Ramey of South Boonevillo proa ched- at the Bethany school house on Cow Creek leaf Sunday T P Gabbard to teaching school at Boonevillo We wish him much success The Sun day School at the mOuth of Cow Creek is progressing nicely w i th Ezekiel Spencer of Meadow Creek as Supt Meredith Reynolds of Eversole visited relatives in Leslie county last weekG B Wilson of Meadow Creek met with a very painful accident last wool while loading logs his foot was caught and thrown out of ointWork on the new telephone line to be run from South Booneville to Cow Crookwill begin verysoonMrs Bottle Taylor wife of Zack Taylor of Bear Run is consumptionJL panied by Meredith Reynolds left Friday for a visit to relatives in Hamilton OThere will be a prim ary election Aug 18th in this the Eleventh Congressional District to nominate a candidate for election in November Hons J D White Chas Hurd and D 0 Edwards are the candidates for nomination JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Aug ISThero has boon plenty- of rain in this and surrounding viclu ities It is supposed more rain foil in McKoo last Tuesday evening than has ever before fallen there in so short a time In many places it washed the bricks from the side walk and automobiles and street cars stop ped running The town clock was invisible for some time and time seemed queer for a while Many thought it was a cloud burstTho Jackson County Teachers Institute convened at McKee lost week with Prof Eubank as instructor Among those who visited the Institute were Professors Lafayette and Williams John D Hatfield of Kerby Knob Rev Henry Gray of Hawk and Prof and Mrs Diusmoro of Boron Tho school at this place is progressing nicely with J R Durham as teacher His highest attendance is fiftynine Robert Harrison who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever is up again James Johnson who has boon ill with tonsilitis is slowly improving Sickness is de creasing in this vicinity Mrs A P Gabbard contemplates attending the London Fair which begins ou August 28thand continues four days Jamos Durham returned to his school Sunday evening Jim says the Instiuto got the best of him Annie Powell passel through hero Sunday evening on her way from the Institute and the Sunday school convention at McKee She was very hoarse Perhaps tho Institute got tho best of her too Sherman Dur ham and wife huvo moved to Bach elors Rest to livo with his brother Charles Evidently it is no longer Bachelors Rest Margaret Dur ham who cut her foot badly on a piece of glass is able to be in school igain Florence Durham attended the Institute at McKee last week and had a nice time Speed Smith and Family loft Monday for Illinois where they expect to make their future home We regret losing such good citizens Benjamin Gabbard is on the road drumming again KllltllY KNOll Aug 13The Teachers Institute of this county hold by Prof Eubank of Midway was one of much benefit especially to young teachers Lillia Powell and Bertha Pearson were the guests of Rena Powell Saturday eve and Sunday a nice time is reported Several boys and girls from Sink ing Valley attended Sunday School at this place Sunday There will boa cake and peach supper at Korby Knob Saturday evening August 2Cth everybody is invited nnda good time is expected Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely Miss Clickand Miss Hatfiold are two of the teachers Wo will practice songs for tho Association to be hold in Sep tomberBen Gay is hauling logs near Silver Crook Madison County- at present Tho farmers are looking Bt their crops with smiles in this section CLAY COUNTY SEXTONS CREEK Aug ISRainy weather continues In this vicinityThe Sunday School Rally undor tho directions of W R Boggs and Dean who are doing Sun day Schoolwork in Clay and Jack son counties proved a success Some of tho prominentspeakers were John Dean whoso subject was Tho Value of the Sunday School H II Folmy who is organizing Sunday Schools in Dwsloy County Tho Relation of tho Church and Sunday School P M EnrlyTrainingBurning Springs Why Parents Should Take Their Children to Sun SeudingThemthe text Let not your heart bo troubledand Prof Marsh of Berea spoke on Homo Training The SundaySchoolsthe program Thoru is to be a Sun day School Rally on Pond Creek in Jackson County the last Saturday in AugustSunday School at Spivy is progressing nicely There wero fifty SundaylIonKy who is a candidate for represent alive to Congress spoke hero Satur lay Services at Corinth Church today Eight additions were made Our baseball team played its first practise game Saturday Barney Moore who lives near the mouth of Sextons Creek was accidentally shot by his brother who mistook him for a ground hog They wero both in a- patch of thick weeds Little Lincoln Sparks son of Nathan Sparks is ill with dropsy In two weeks he has gained 25 poundsJohn RowleU is erecting a now store at the mouth of tho Holly Fork Riley Shepherd and wife of Island City visited their placelastClass was organized at Spivy School House Sunday by the members of the class Madrid Aug bA riot occurred at Uclana over local taxation TWo mayor and on alderman woro stoned ant soother alderman was stabbed Civil uarda fined qa Ute rioters jrovegtaut IIIYwtJ ttenom z GARRARD COUNTY CA11TKIUV1ILK Aug 7Mrs JickCIowso of Flat wood died July 23of consumption and her remains ware laid to rust In the Woods burying grounds Tuesday July 2lth Sho loaves a husband and five children to mourn hur loss A largo procession attended the funeral and liar Beard hold a short service at tho grave Revs U C and D C McCollum of Lexington College are holding a protracted meeting at Fair view Church with good success It be gnu last week and continues this week Tho Fairviovv poopla havo hRda hard struggle to hoot thoir house built and finished up but they have made a good house and havo largo congre gations Two sons of W L Allen of Anderson Ind are visiting their sister Mrs Clarence Green They will return homo next Sunday on the excursion Ollio Coles who has been visiting the Misses Murryman returned homo lost Thursday to Illi noisTho McCollum brothers who aro preaching at Fairview took dinner with Mr Anderson Clark last Satur dny11iss Betsy Woods Miss Lou nave Mr Carter and Douglas Allen culled ou the Misses Dora Ada and Pearl Boaiu lost Monday night Hattie and Bertie Perkins of Okla homa have boon visiting friends in this community They like thoir new homo very well They used to live near Cartorsvillo Tho peoplo of this neighborhood have been attending the services at Fairview and several havo placed their member ship there also six joined tho church Sunday night UlOreMrs Jem Davis and children and Ellen Davis of Paint Lick visited their cousin Mrs J 0 Clark last Saturday Mrs R C Boain was tho guest of Mrs Geo Allen Monday AIR LINE PLANNED JOSEPH RAMSEY JR FORMER WABASH PRESIDENT CONFIRMS BIG ENTERPRISE PROJECT WILL COST ABOUT 8160000000 New Road to Be Equipped with Elec frlc LocomotivesWill De Shortest Line by 108 Miles Story Doubted In Chicago Pittsburg Pa Aug IGPapora or consolidation of throo railroads In dif ferent ports of Pennsylvania will bo filed at lUrrlsburg this week and will constitute tho formal announcement of a project of prominent foreign bankers associated with Joseph llanv soy Jr former president of tho Wa bash railroad to build a lowgrado doubletrack railroad from Now York to Chicago by way of Pittiburg which will cost about 160000000 Complete survoya bavo boon mado and It is expected that work prelim nary to actual grading and construe tlon next spring will begin this fall It Is expected that tho road will require throo years to construct It la contemplated to operate with electric locomotive from tho beginning Short ChicagoNew York Line It will bo known oa tho Now York Pittsburg and Chicago Air LIne and will be 65 miles shorter from Pitts burg to Now York than la the Pennsyl vania and 108 mllea shorter than tho shortest lino botween Now York and Chicago The now air line will traverse the Important bituminous coal fields of central Pennsylvania now controlled by the Pennsylvania railroad and also will pierce tho anthracite region throughout Its length It not only will bo tho shortest line through Penn sylvania but It will cross tho summit of tho Allegheny mountains COO foot lower than does tho Pennsylvania and will have easy curves and remark ably low grades for a mountain line Statements Confirmed by Ramsey Mr Ramsey confirms those state menta in a telegram from Now York Tho cost of tho line between Pitts burg and Now York Mr Ramsey says la estimated to be between 76000000 and 100000000 all of which has been pledged tho bulk of it by foreign cap italists Tho merger papers to bo filed this week will provide for tho consolidation of tho Indiana Clcorflcld Eastern tho Allentown Tamaqua Asht land and tho Drush Creek Crows Run railroads Story Doubted In Chicago Chicago Aug 16 Practical rail road men are Inclined to question tho correctness of the Plttsburg telegram especially that part of it which credits Mr Ramsey with confirming tho re port They hardly can bollovo that he would vouch for a schomo which appears to them to bo so wild and visionary Much loss do they believe that any set of capitalists could bo formed to hazard thulr money In an enterprise which were It undertaken muK result they declare In failu- reBARGAINS Meal05o per bushel Granulated Sugar Go per l- bFlour40c to OOo per sack Best Bacon llo per lb Salt rOc per 100 lbs Good Coffoo12o and 1Gopcrlb All other goods at tho lowest pose IMD SETTLE BigHillrKy I ianrKKKkf4kKkKkKkkkPrKKrrKrI DrrrKrrratkKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKr i I WHO SAID GROCERIES ac I v Sho ought to have said it through tho telephone No 33 or have called in person and talked Of the subject to iwD LOGSDON When you want good things at low prices hes the man to talk with js ao pounds Granulated Sugar JUtx ai a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 6 GoStDost Fruit Jar Caps per Dozen 25 All kinds of Fruit jars and everything right nt i I Logsclons UptoDate Grocery ISiAitk113111i- klluS Store iltk1ti1111titk11YNi11titilk11i1 A111iitA G71 ISt IAAltit1i11eS1Aal 800 ROUNDTRIP Charlevoix Petoskey Bay View Traverse City Frankfort Alpena Cheboyban Harbor 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