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to loft out of tho final consummation They Boein llio merest trnvi ty on Impjil uoHfl And yetOh lot Ino into tho nooret and yet thww strange tnyn toriouH things nro part of tho mighty fabric I cannot sea their noccHHity now but heals tiny when iron in undimmod nod sordid souse is not dull I hall know Till then lot us walt knowing that These MrexKlInc lUt el Ufe Itut wrera hi k4 wf w rd tense t iead M elkIe ft haipulnttdNinlam J frttboU FROM THE WIDEWORLD Knlsor Wilholm Emporor of Ger many in quoted as saying Antimill tnriftm in nn international pent DoublluBH that in trim from hin stand point but it is far more truo that mllitarinin In a trcmondotm burden both fur Gormany and for othor ommlricN of ISuropo To a largo ox lent tho principled of Kuropoan countriffl art and have been for somo thousand of yvara Every mllo of territory which will inoroooo tho in DOIIIO of taw rulers or mOil of wonlth iu our country should bo added to our country na soon nn pntwiblo Tho only qtuvition in taking othor torn Cory from Ihoso who have been its owuorn or riders in Are wo alnmg enough to cnpturo and koop that territory Iu other wortln Huroponn nations in general nro robbero with its poll to one another and to other counlriM and their only maxim in might uinkia right oJThill is tho primary meaning of militarism in Hurol nt many of tho common IMO and n groot many or tam Curittlian peoplo nro crying out against It It is n prinolplo ol BuvagoH not of ChriHlinnH Tim most Important foreign news oils weak In that of tho oarlluiimko and finIS In Chile South Am rloa raticulnlly In the cities of Valparaiso and Santiago Tho horror In VnljKtr also seems to be like that In San Kranaluco Tho lora of lIfo la retorted nt from GOO to 10000 No one knows yet the truth of tho matter Tho latest word from Russia la dated last Friday August 7 and nays that the revolutionists have killed n e large number of the Czars and tollco and that three tlioutmmi men women anti children have been killed In tho BtntgRlco Wo cannot tell how ranch of lhla Is true but a reign of terror Is apparently In pro STOW JIN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ailte state of Now York Is tho largest In imputation In tho United BUitoH tho things that are done there have nn Interest for the vhojo country Tho New York Rtato Democrat Ic Convention has been called to jnecl In lluffnlo anti us W U Hearst has a ntrniiK following In that city It Is thought that this action favors his cause Ho wishes to become govern or of Iho state It Is said In tho re campaign In Now York City Mr 41cent ran Independently for mayor lIan a sou of the Civil Wargeneral of somewhat questionable fame hail control of tho democratic maclilne mid was declared elected limit It wns known thnt there hadbeen some dishonesty In tho count ing of tho voles nod Hearst demand t that n recount ho made Some of tho ballot boxes were opened and n recount showed there wero more for Hearst and lees for McLellan than had been declared Alton II Parker Attorney for McLollan succeeded In persuading tho courts to prohibit tho opening of other boxes Hearst was loldto go to the legislature It tolll hint to go to tho attorney general Tho attorney general refused to have further examination made and now Hearst lopes to become governor and through the legislature to compel a recount of those ballots BO It is said Hearst la a strong Ulan Just how good ho Is Is snottier question but It Is probable that ho was really elected mayor of Now York and If f qo the country ought to know of It The account of the nhootlng to death of negro In Columbia 1J 0 found on pngo 4 just after Gov ornor lleywnrd had appealed to tho mob not to lynch him tins a lesson In it Jfoj those who really want to enforce tho law Tho governor could not hurt his popularity by making a epooch lie would havo dono BO how tO THE CITIZEN YOUR HEALTH AND YOUR NEIGHBORS God wants most people to be healthy It takes some effort to preserve health but that is one of the first duties God has given to us Some sickness cannot be prevented but a great part of the sickness on earth COUld be prevented by obeying the rules that God has showed and is showing men It is wicked for a man to shoot himself It is also wicked for him to slowly kill himself with tobacco or whiskey or working too hard and cheating himself sleep or by being careless and taking disease which he might have escaped It is wicked for a man to murder his neigbor either with a revolver or by allowing disease to spread from him or his house or his still or his store to other people when he could stop it The filthy habit of spitting in public places in church and school houses in the court room and the train and on the sidewalk is one of the disgraces of Kentucky and the southern states and one of the reasons for much of our sickness as disease is spread through spittle The spread of typhoid fever and consumption two of the great enemies of health and life in Kentucky can be prevented and stopped Cut out the article in this paper about Typhoid Fever read it carefully keep it where you can find it show it your neighbor and most important of all obey the rules contained in it Within the next few weeks we shall publish an article on prevention of consumption Watch for it ever by dafaadlnK tho negro by the troops under his command lIt chose the popular course nud the negro was shot to pieces Mobs fear bayonets and bullets not speeches COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Another chapter of tho Marcum case la closed And still the blood of Marcum cries out to God nnd man for Justice not revenge but for justice for such enforcement of law and pun ishment of murder that life may be safe In Kentucky Last Friday Aug 7 after eight hours deliberation the jury cave In their ballots finally eight for conviction and four for ncquIUat This gives at least some hope that sonic twelve honest men may be found to try the case Instead of olgbt In a recent speech Senator James McCreary asked the question whether Governor Uecklmtn who Is running against McCroary for tho nomination for senator In the democratic primary election this fall bad over received money from the liquor Inter tWtII to help him In political campaign Heekbnin does not wish to give his answers to this and other campaign questions at long range through the newspapers but would like to have public debates with McCrosry and tine lout him n challenge to suoh debates We command this Idea It would give vubllctoquestions at Issue letter fnini Dr Cowlcjr Royal Opthnlmio U08Jitul City Road London August 700- To the hinter of The Cltlten sendingtheroad iu Kentucky but its boiler to read in London Tho little article on boor drinking in Germany could repented In regard to England Tho amount of actual drunkenness hem Is small but the amount of what might be called beer guzzling is awful Tho saloons hone hnvo no screens BO that ono walking on the pavement or bettor riding on top of a bus tan sea the whole interior I fullyhalfwoolenWomennnd often with a baby In firms nnd another trotting behind Door drink ing is the great national curse of England nnu the English themselves alhllltwltb shame that drinking among women is rapidly on tho increase Wo hoar much of the problem of tho unemployed in London but Im mire that this is no problem at probloinbud hone I scarcely ovor rido ou n bus without having my oyes filled with ashes I shall be glad for u breath of air which is not tainted with boor and cigarettes Mrs Cowley and Miss Clark arrive in London tomorrow Miss Robinson cornea also tomorrow from Paris I have arranged things so thnt wo shall nil bo practically In tho same house nUll with us also is my Doctor friend from Lorain I am just bo ginning to appreciate what medical mines there nro horo in London I was in ou n skIn clinic today whoro in S hours I saw almost every known kind of disease of tho skin including ono case of leprosy Tho clinic was in charge of Dr Crocker a world Ilistonnervous disease Im really very sorry that duty compels mo to return to America BO neon for oven at tho oud pf my time I shall fool that I have only begun to got into things UJsJluchOno J of conceit loft in mo when I got back Think of studying the problem of cross eyes under a man who does nothing but work on cross eyes The study of tho eye is a specialty but bore is a specialty within a specialty dayYenstudy in but give me America to live In Im getting BO tired of their affected way of talking that I really go to tho American express office lInymnrkotJustEnglish with tho normalspriukling of Ifs and rs bust wishes for yourself and all Boron R II Cowloy rilKVKNTION OF TVrilOIU FKVKU Clrrulnr luwr lijr till Stale Ilaanl tit IIor Kentucky To the health Officials and People of Kentucky This Board feels ita duty to call earnest attention of our health au thorities anti people to tho macrons ing prevalence and mortality from typhoid fever anti to the consequent growing importance of tho constant use of tho method endorsed and con firmed by scientific research and observation for tho prevention of the disease 13805 cases of this disease nntll670tleaths were reported in Kentucky lost year chiefly confined to people iu the prime of lira antI usefulness The cost ot caring for those sick of it to say nothing of the sorrow suffering and loss of life for tho year is reported as wing 003 750 Typhoid lover is probably tho most preventable of all diseases not oven excepting smallpox It is now definitely known that like cholera and dysentery the germs of the disease are contained only in the discharges from tho bowels and kids of those sick of itnnt that it Is necessary for n person to swallow some of such discharges or things polluted by thorn in some way in order to contract the disease They usually gain entrance to the system through infected water from wells or streams draining inhabited areas and polluted by infected food matter byfliesails and hands in unscreened kitch ens and dining rooms The germs may also be carried on tho hands of careless attendants or on soiled clothing or indirectly by using milk or other articles of uncooked food or drink from cans and vessels washed iu infected water leo from infected water is also dangerous RS it has been proved that froeaing does not kill tho goring A largo volume of WOIPF tuny bo infected from one awe cud If already polluted with organic matter become a readycult ore fluid for tho multiplication of the germsIn now noted epidemic at Ply mouth Penn involving tho sickness of 1104 persons and the deaths ol 114 the outbreak was traced to the use of water from a stream infected by tho chargoslrom one improved opldomiodeaths and requiring the suspension of Cornell University was traced to tho use ot public water supply similarly infected Continued on Sixth hgeI A good for sale or root t1i Chrismnua tho furniture man Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONK- Wmtlier Report 1lMIlo From the VIle World In Our Own Country- Commonwealth of Kentucky K lltorliIlmltli Letter from Dr Cowloy trnventliiii uf Tyiilmlil Fever Cllltxn AnnnunceiiiBiitii Jniucluwn Kipihiltliiii Notre sun TWO riwm Tho Mniiilflrnr Hrrlnl Tlie Omttan lAm Tllltllli Ilcren and Vicinity OnllrRO Ham D dhofArthurhunt Ohio New IAOK FOUU Coiiinieiiln New from Everywhere aAIr KnrniiipiiKint 1AHK FIVE ordersTheIloml and Knriu Iiniirnremeiit PAGE SIX Tle HomerSleep The HclioulIrf wU Imrtlrnl Arithmetic Tim F nn Kerpliig time Ill nil Clnnn KlRhth Kentucky HUtory- IAOE SEVEN Recent Slate Now rullllcal Talk- SundnyReAlad JonTempemnce IxtoiiPAOK 1 0 liT Kndtrrn Kentucky Ctirrvniiundence New In n Nutshell Lntrnt JInrUet Reports Goal Thine tor tender of tho Cltlirn I Concluding chapters of tho Ills RegimentIICalifornia President Frost from New York Miss Robinson from Europe and other summer travelers III Short practical articles on health by Dr Cowloy several pro grams for exhibition for rural schools etcbThose Seventyfive Cent Knave They nro going like hot cakes Last week about twenty of them wore dayIutelegraphed an order to a largo fact ory for n now lot and they sent us all they had and said it would take the factory about throe weeks to mako up enough knives to flllour order I quIckjpocket knivofl with two strong blades of razor stool Ono dollar will bring you the knife sad the Citizen for ono year Only for new subscribers Low Any people interested in the study or practice of law will find an inter eeling article about tho past history and present methods in this impor KentuckyUniversity LymanChnlkloymoot of tho University is interest ing as well ns instructive reading for anyone Tho May bulletin also contains the annual announcement for tho Law Department analcould doubtless be obtained by anyone in ChalkloyinJASIKSTOWN NOTES noorNorfolk yetheldfrom April 26 to November 30 seven months and five days TUo Arts and Crafts Village will be a feature never before seen at a tobovisitedbyVastColonial ThoEXlIOlllUonstay In an atmosphere ot Colonial pnrnphrnsoNn1 lookdowil andThoother shipping will be portrayed at I1nddrnwlngsmodels of correct elae The three ships which brought tho Jlrst set Jamestownriding at anchor oft thd Exposition grounds In Hampton Roads Parties desiring to rent sewing machines for a month or more can get some at R H Chrismans Furniture store FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HERNDON 8 miles from Boron on tho Richmond Pike Storm Damage Summer Retort Oshkosh Wts Aug 22 Oalcwood ono of tho largest summer resorts In this vicinity was considerably dam aged Monday evening by a miniature tornado which accompanied a brief rainstorm general In this section The wind tossed Rowboats upon the ttoro and damaged A qumJKt of pena1Y docks along tbQ feoacJ boattoariac down trees M4 d acVia ooV t1f1B A N OOOOOOOOOOWQOO tl r S Next Week Daniel Boone f and the Founrng of Ken o- s tacky by Theodore S evelt ItOOSJ 0 o o0 o o o oo 0 KENTUCKY 10 to be Physicians H Idle Money Idle Money does not Grow and it may be Lost i Hidden away about the house it may be destroyed 11 by Fire or Stolen by thieves Carried about in your pocket you may Lose it and F you are constantly tempted to Spend it for some thing you do not need One Dollar deposited in our Savings Department x and left there for one year will earn 4 cents 5 will earn twenty cents 25 will earn one dollar 50 will earn 202f i 100 will earn 404 WHY NOT BEGIN NOW ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT it Berea Banking Co 1 Assets over 10000000 1 Capital 2500000 1 1 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier jj iit t F mtKShort and long sleeves They are regular m waists all marked for quick selling 99Cr Ksr25 yardwide strictly all Silk Black Taffeta warranted to wear per yard9c75- C yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c W 8foo per yard Silk Pongee will sell while they last at49c m White Goods 20C to 30C Dotted Swiss to t close per yard J5c theym Iw e SIDNEY A TURNER Dry Goods Notions Cut Glass Etc I 1 Successor to B W Turner RICHMOND KY j- ookokokokokokokokokokokokorokokokokakokokokokoMokoko I W t E E i l r ra aX 0o o Yox Ixaoayentire stock of merchandise atai Via bargain Will also offer for 1 o sale my business and dwellingo i lots cheap i t o bo0oIt 0 1 0 JC 0oIo f Ic o o o OMOMOMOM MOMOMOM MeMOM r- 7 = THE WANDERER At drowsy dawn t left the gatesee vor long ago Whether that homo be memory or drum I hardly know if Tie rnurtyHerraShanrlbd an throningcity iire U u drlea o m The hours ere yet the aun waa high wer life eternities But row how swift the shadows run how near the darkness lat Ah wolll Tla aya the happiest droeme swift to evensong With mtrrltr comrades never yet did pal grim pass along The paths that wldeat seem to part atlll wlndingt turn and meetcPerchance they do but homtwatvl lead alb our wandering feet Familiar tapes vanish but tho voices vl Unit sWL And nothing now seems far away at the odlnc of the hill I To one warm hand alAne I cling as Cast the night grown ute And crave tha we may come at last together to the gate William Cranston Lawton In Century I THE GRAFTERS By- lRANCIS LYNDB rorrrrttLy root brA9oeirlmialllr CHAPTER V CosTUIUKl- I dont mlndt ho said returning the plpo to Its case And when the ttaranas were well alight and the talk had circled down upon the po llllcal situation In tho state he was able to bear hIs part with a fair ex 1sHotv giving Ormsby sin Impression Utlc outline of the late campaign and the conditions that had made the sweeping trf mph of the party In power possible Vftf have been coming to It stead fly through tho taut administration and a part of the preceding one he explitned Last year the drought cut the cereals irf half and the WaS tbo new to stand It without bor rowing There was llttlp local capital arid the ebitcrn article was hungry takt4 IlItlu1lnterest t4o Uw allows ndd as more as it could get This year the crop broke all records for t the price Is down and th14ltgrpadq trying to recoup qr two years have stiffened the freight rates The net result Is our political overturn Then the railroads and the cor porations are not primarily to blame said Ormsby I Ob no Corporations here as elsewhere are out or the 4rpresent dollar but If the country were nerally prosperoUs the people wo mRtf pay tho tax carelessly AS they do the older sections With us It has been a sortof Donnybrook fair the voter has shlllalaned the head he could reach most easily i The New Yorker nodded Ills mil TIons were solidly placed and ho took no more than a sportsmans Interest in the fluctuations of the stock mar het You know Lorlng Cranthain Lor tog PaMftMy well I came across him one summer in the mountains of Peru where he was managing a railroad Ho Is a mighty good sort I had moun tain fever and lie took me in and did for meHe is with us now said David Kant the newly appointed general manager ot the Western Pacific Good said the club man I think a lot of him ho is an allaround de pendablq fellow and plenty capable Im glad to know he has caught on Ihlghar up The locomotive whistle was droning again and a dodging procession of red eyed switchlights flicked past the windows Kent stood up and flung mway the stump of his cigar The capital he announced Ill gO back with you and help out wth the shawlstrap things And is he vestibule he added I spoke ot Lor lng because he will be with us Ijt anything we have to do in Mrs Brent Woods behalf Look him up ghena- you have JlDrfourth floors Eli thy- QunmnJ CHAPTER VL OF Tin MAKING OK LAWS the shortest in the- historybfthB state and thus tar the least eV l was nearing U4 clo30 zindjhe QlarmstlJ who lnd prophesied evil and evil only of the last political victory warp fast losing credit with the mef at diets own camp antf with the country at largo- Notwlthitanding tho lack of alarms however the six weeks had been a period of unceasing vigilance on the part of interests which were supposed to bo in jeopardy Every alien cot poration owning property nnl doing business in the state had Its full quota of watchful defenders on the ground men who came and went in the lobbies of the capitol In the visitors jzallgrlcB at the receptions men who inIdlttle but who saw and heard thlnsa own tu the small talk ot corridors and the clubs and the 1aU of tho hotel rotundas David Kent was ot thlssllen array of observation doing watchdog duly tfor the Western Pacific thankf- ulsagat U the truth be told ti hays h c t thing to 54 If kept hJm fats dwelling ovcrmncbTvpon the wreck of his hopes Dufa tho clo lntr days of the session when a dospat rill u scmbly anxious to bo quit of its task had gone Into night sittings the ano drug of work began to lose Its effect The Brcntwoods had taken furnishedIapartments in Tejon squares from the capitol and Kent had called no oftener than Wad breed lag prescribed let their accessibility and hLtuqronquvpblo desire to sear bla the flame that caused It wore stint temptations and ho was to1 I wltl them for the hun dredth time on the Friday night when bo sat In the house gallery listening to a perfunctory debate which concerned Itself with a bill touching state waterwaysHeavens This thing Is getting to be llttlo short of deadly fumed Qrcnshawc his Tighthand neighbor who was also a member of thq corps of observation Im going to the club for a game of pool Wont you come slang Kent nodded and left his seat with the bored one But In the gr at ro tpnda he changed his mind Youll find plenty of better players than I am at the club he said In ex ttnuatlon I think Ill smoke a whit or two hero and go back Thoy cant hold on much longer for toplght Five minutes later when he had lighted a cigar and was glancing over the evening paper two other members ot the corporation committee of safety came down from the senate gallery and stopped opposite Cents pillar to struggle Into their bvercoats Its precisely as I wrote our people two weeks ngoa timidity Mare pure and simple one of them was saying Ive a mind to start home tomorrow There Is nothing doing hero or go- Ing to be done No said the olherU It wasnt for House Rill Twentynine Id go tonight They will adjourn tomorrow or Monday House Dill Twentynine Is mush too dead to bury was the reassuring YOU MISJUDGE ME UK PROTBST rID MIC ERRAND IS IIURBLV CHARITABLE rejoinder The committee Is ours and the bill will not be heart pf again at this session If that is aJJ you arc haWing on torThey passel out of earshot and Kent folded his newspaper Absently House Bill Twentynine been the one measure touching the sensi tive vested interests the pne meas ure for the suppression ot which the corporations lobby had felt called on to take stops It was an omnibus till put forth as a substitute for the ex isting law donning the status of for eign corporations It had originated In the governors officea fact which Kent had ferreted out within 24 hours of its first reading and for that rea son ho had procured a printed copy searching It diligently for the hidden menace ho was sure It embodied When the search proved fruitless he had seen the bill pass the house by n safe majority had followed It to the senate rind In a cunningly worded amendment tacked on In the upper house had found what he was seeking Under the existing law foreign corpor ations were subject to stato super vision and wore dealt with as pro sumably unfriendly aliens But the senate amendment to House Bill Twentynine fairly swept the Inter state corporations as such out of ex istence by making it obligatory upon them to acquire tho standing of local corporations Charters were to be ra filed with the secretary of state resi dent Directories and operating head quarters were to be established with in the bounclarics of the state in short the stale proposed by the terms of the new law to deal only with creatures of Its own creation Kent saw or thought ho saw the fine hand of the junto In all this It was a hunt in which tl o long est way around was tho shoctost way home Like all newcountry codes tho organic law of the state favored local r rporajloJts and It might be urged that ajblll placing the foreign comps ales on a purely local footing was an unmixed blessing to the aliens But on the other hand an unprincipled ex ecutive might easily make the pew law an engine of extortion Tq go no further Into tho matter than the re quired refiling of charters tho state constitution gave the secretary of state quasijudicial powers It was within his province to pass upon the applica tions for chartered rights and to deny thorn If tho question pro bono publlco wore Involved Kent put two and two together SAW the wide door of exactions which might be opened and passed the word of warning among his associates after which he had watched the course of the amended House BUI Twenty nine with interest akarpsst clatilna u 7meanwhile with lldreth th editor of lip Daly Argue an cxpgset t ggidu ape plain PoeI s Illtlcs for corruption opened up by tho proposed law a journalistic salvo of publicity to be fired as a last rt sortTho measure as amended had passed he senate wthouf debate and hadgone back to tho houses Here after tho second reading and In tho very hour when the Argus editorIal was getting itself cast In tho llni typos thero was a hitch Tho men bcr from the Rio Blanco favoring tM measure in all Its parts and fearful only lest corporation gold might find a technical flaw In It moved that It be referred to the committee on jt dietary for a report on Its constitution allty and accordingly to the committee on judiciary it had gone Kent recalled the passing pf tho crisis rcmcjubcrlng how ho had hat tenod to telephone trio Argus editor to kill the expose at the last moment The incident was now a mont 1 ln the past and tho committee had not ret reported would never report Ken Imagined Ho knew the poreonnc of the commltteo on judiciary knci that at least three members ct it w ore down on the list made up at tho beginning of the session by his col leagues In the army of observation as approachablos Also ho knew b1 Inference at least that these thro mon had been approached not with out success sod that HOUSQ Bll Twontynlnc with Ito fecgatherlnj amendment was safely eholvea Its an Ill melllng muckheap ho frowned recalling the Incldlnta of the crisis at the fal by the two outgoingsuggeetlon1ft 0- m9ch of this xlek nlngly demoralising Is deadly dull as Crenshawo puts It If I hud anywhere to go Id cut the galleries tor to nsht Ho was returning the newspaper this pocket when It occurred to him that his object In buying It had beer to note the stock quotations a dally duty which for minors sake he had never omitted Whereupon ho reopened It and ran his eye down the lists There was a decided upward tendency In westerns Overland Short Line bad gained two points and Western 1ncll1o He held the paper under the nearest electric globe to make sure Western Pacific preferred was Quoted Lt 58V4 which was one point and a halt above the Brentwood purchase price One minute later an excited life saver was shut In the box of the pub te telephone gritting his teeth at the inanity of the central operator rho Insisted on giving him AlJnstcad ot A12J1 the Hotel Wel ingtonNo not Cant you understand 1 want twel tblrtyfour oMB two three four the Hotel Welllncten There was more skirling of bells mother nervetrying wait and at last the clerk of the hotel answered What name did you say Oh Its you Is It Mr Kent Ormsby Mr Irookos Ormsby No be ten there- ho went out about two minutes ago Vbats that you sa1 Damn Well Im sorry too that 1 can takeT All right Goodty This was the beginning For the middle part Kent burst out of the tel Phone box and took the nearest horUcut through the capitol grounds Cor tho streetcar coiner At a quar terof nine he was crossquestioning the clerk taco to face in tho lobby of tie Wellington There was little more to be learned about Ormsby The club lan had left his key and gone out lIe was In evening drew and had taken a cab at the hotel entrance Kent dashed across to his rooms and in a feverish rice against time rinds himself fit to chase a man In venlng drew There was no car in fight when be cauio down and he too took a cab with nn explosive order to the driver 121 Tejon avenue and be quick about IU It was the hgusetnatd that answered tho ring at the door of the Brentwood partraent She wna a Swede a recent Importation hence Kent learned nothing beyond the bare fact that tho ladles had gone out With Mr Orms by ho asked Vans Aye tank it till pee dat yen Iowans The pursuer took the road again ather unhopefully There was a dseen places whgra Ormsby might bave taken his charcos Among them hero was the legislative reception at Portia Van Brooks Kent flipped aft purailye jpln and gave the order forr ilameda Square The reception was perhaps ibo least unlikely place of the dozen Ho was no more than fashionably Jate aUthe Van Brock house and for mately he was able to reckon himself among tho chosen few tar whom Miss Portias door swung on hOSe LorIInetgton and he had stood sponsor for Kent In the first wok of tho exiles esldenco at the capital Thereafter she had taken Kent up on his own nc count and by now he was deep in her debt For ono thing she had ret the fashion in the matter of leelslim Ire receptionsher detractors know Ing nothing whaevor jabout it hinted that she had been an amateur social lobbyist In Washington playing tho ame fcrtho pure zest of Itand at these functions Kent bad learned many things pertinent to his purpose as atchdog for the raljroad Company and legal advisor to his chief things not named openly on the floor of the ones or tho senate chamber There was a crush In tho ample mansion In Alameda Square as there always was at Miss Van Brooks open evenings and when Kent came down rom the cloalcroom ha had to Inch bls way by littles through the rowdedTOcoptlonparloro In lhasearcU lor tho Brentwood party II was un ucccufui hl lint but4akr catching 1 1gllmgte of Eltnor ufInducing an upcountry legislator the myatorl of social smalltalk ho breathed freer Ills haphazard guess had hit thl mark and tho finding of Ormsby Wu now only a question of moments It was Miss Van Brock herself wt told him where to look fpr the clul man though not at his first asking Luring bad told him Miss Van Drocks story Sho was southern bflf till only child of a somewhat 111coi sldcred match between n young Cat fornla lawyer wirepulling Jn tho m tlonal capital In the Interest ot the Central Pacific railroad and a VI Elnla belle tasting the delights of hel tint winter In Washington Later tho young lawyers state or his employers had sent hint to tar green and Portia left motherless In her middle childhood bad grown up an atmosphere of statecraft or what passes for such in an era of fran comrcbrclallsm Inheriting her mothers raro beauty of taro and form and unlUng with It the sympathetic clCt In grasp of detail political and Othe she soon became her fathers coot dante and loyal partisan taking tho place as a daughter might of thl ambitious young wlfo and motht who had set her heart on peeing the Van Brock name on the roll ot th United States senate Itrnssolaer Van Urock had died before the senatorial dream oould bt n allzed but not before be had mad sufficient number of lucky Investment to leave hie daughter tho arbltrees of her own future What that futur should be not even Lorlng coal guess Since her fathers death Mia Van BrocK had been a cltJMn of ths world With n widowed aunt for Ih shadowiest of ebaporqnt six had drift ed with the tide of Inclination cotnln finally to rest In the western capita for no better mson perhaps than tba some portion nf her interest beatrin securities were nUaxoRfd with till great seal ot this particular wesiwi state Kent was thinking of Ixtrlajft re countnl u he stood loekinc down all her Other women were younger and with features more conventional beautiful Kent could find a rouni dozen within easy eyeracb to sa notblag of the calmeyed queenly tin provtoolrlee at the plano Wi eonttaa 6tandartlxof all woaaaly charm and Knee UnconMlouoly he fell to com parlag the two ids liMteBB and hi love and WAS brought back to Magi present by a sharp rcmlndtr Iron Portia Stop looking at Miss Brtnlwee that way Mr David 3hl Is not ler you and you are keoplnz me wall IngHe smiled down on her Of what ute can t be to Mr David Kent this evening So bow you m jHdKo me ht protested JIycrrand here tonlgh 14 purely obaritabl WhUh bring me back to Ormtby did you toy yoi could toll me where tp look for him toO To De CoHUiiatJ WAS CURED OF HIS MANIA curious Individual Receive Slmpt SaKccitlonc In ixrh oc for 111 Jlonrj A traveler with a mania f rlpsurng advertisements had same ituereeh ng experiences slates London rib Elite Ho learned that by sending five uhll linGS be could get a mire for drunken seas And he did It was to tak the pledge and keep it Then be aent a shilling to find out how to raise turnips luecea full Ht ound out Just take bold of the tops md lift Nut advertisement he 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A JuAJerOoLowIIIN Y lt1yers Ii r SARSAPAMLU cir PBCMUL l T PORlJMEtt ALL LEATHERALL STYLESALL PRICE C300 and o oa0a0 Oa0a000a0 OeoaDeO Word has boon received that Dr Thomsons father living in Molina 011111n paralytic stroke last week and Dr Thomson has gone to bo with his father in his last hours as there is no hope of recovery and n few hours or lays will probably BOO tho end Dr Thomson is expected back in Boron next week Lout Saturday Sam Davit with his shotgun shot and killed n valuable dog belonging to Curtis Kolloy on Mr Kolloys grounds near Muddy Crook apparently just to see what he could do with his gun If Mr Kolloy chase to prosecute the boy might bo rant to tho penitentiary for his fun Guns are dangerous play hings and ought not to bo allowed In hands of minors at all unless older people ore watching ovor thom Mun will remember Mrs Durbin- formerly of Horniok Iowa who attended tho Mime coming in Juno While in Kentucky word was went to her that tho store owned by Mr Durbin valued at about 3200 was burned to tho ground Tho fire was probably duo to tho carelessness of roomors Tho insurance tapers wore lost in tho firo and they wore able to secure only JSOO They nro now living in McLean Ills whore they have gone heartily to work to regain what they have lost The annual Sunday School Con volition of tho Glade District was hold at tho Baptist church lust Saturday and with tho exception of Miss Foxs address tho program was fully car ried out Tho president who has attended many such conventions says tho addressee were among tho most inspiring and practical ho has over heard and all who attended express the same opinion wiLbtIt am was thorn Tho officers for next year nro William Flanory president William Blantou vicoprcsidont and Miss Lillio Chrisman secretary Lets work up n littlo moro enthusi flaw for next year Arthur hunt rno Away Last Qatunlay evening about 440 as Arthur Hunt and Mr Durdotte wore working near tho bank Imltillng which was being moved to the lot on Richmond street to mako room for tho now brick building Just after Uio signal was given for the horses to turn the windlass which wound tho alongaswhlcltnttnchydtied loose under tho strain and with awful force struck Arthur Hunts throughhits bohlndhImquicklytnkenBorca News office and then to the bylocalRichmond was hastily muntnnncd and came na quickly as possible but there wait no hops Arthur Hunt never regained consciousness and passed away Sunday morning about 8 oclock Rev Mr Hunt tho father was sum montvl train his work In Oslo Co and nrrlvod early Tuesday morning Mrs Hunt tho widow la vor ill but has borno tho great shock with splen did Christian faith and courage Sho Is being cared for at Mrs Burdettos homo Tho funeral services worn held on Tuesday evening conducted by Dr Cook A few words of comtort from tho Bible and a prayer nt the house were followed by tho services at tho f J9 Ii T Ileoaoaosotoaoaoaoaoeoaoaoaoo I 0- o HERE AND THERE o ooooooooooool quitoillProf Edwards returned last week Wednesday from his work in Ohio Mr McLaren has boon sick with malarial fever but is much improved Thursdayfortakes n short vacation Miss Phillips Secretary Gambles clerk returned Saturday to resume hot duties for tho coming year MISH Cameron matron of tho Din ing Hull returned last night to take up hQr duties for tho coming year Professors Edwards Lewis Rum CountyTMchers Wednesday Mr Ernest Powers of Falmouth Mass arrived last week and is now IrintingDepartmentHo Jonas Dolch n former Boron stu dent has returned from Cincinnati lonvineDerooSeptember Mrs G A Evans and Miss Cur taken Smitb of Richmond and tho Misses Mary and Bonnie Buck water of Winchester wore interested callers at tho College last Thursday Because of tho illness of Nanny and Mrtlo Click Mr and Mrs spendtheirKorby Knob returned Saturday after only a short visit Mr and Mrs Grosvonor returned to Borca last Thursday having spent about ton days in Amelia 0 tho homo of Helen and Herman Frongcr n week with their daughter Mrs Crowthor who liven near Cincinnati and divided tho remainder of tho time nt Pleasant Ridge Prico Hill and Union Bethel C E Townsend writes tolling of the change of his address from Rad ical to Rogers IIo states that ho has a contract to put in about three million foot of timber on Swifts Crook Wolf county This will pro vent his entering school luring tho fall term Ho sends regards to all teachers and friends Mao Rooco entertained a small party last Wednesday night at Lad tai Miss Itoocoa resources in the way of entertaining seemed almost ondlcsn wing mostly original and very delightful especially tho initiating tho young mon of tho party thoykuomeans Another time they will pro decidingto Union Church nt 3 oclock Hymns selected by members of the family oflotrand Mr Dick Rev Mr Paws made a brief address Tho fourteenth chap tcr of John a favorite one of Arthur Hunt was rood Mr Osborne read a short description of his life from which wo publish tho sketch below Dr Cook preached tho sermon from tho text Hcb 1113 lCThese all died In faith not having received the promises but having seen them and greeted them from afar wherefore God is not ashamed of them to be called their God for ho loath prepared for them a city The services were concluded at the grave The pallbearers were Goo Dick James Young John Welch Cleve Woolto Seward Marsh and Howard Clark Tho church house was filled with a host of sympathizing friends Sketch of Arthur Ildnti LIth Tho dreadful event ot last Saturday which took from our midst ono of tho noblest most promising of our young been In tho minds and In thoheatl8 of every citizen of our vII lage nnd many nro tho tributes that havo been spoken by loved ones and friends regarding those noblo qualities that were BO beautifully lived by our dead friend Arthur Hunt was born In Il Christ Ian home growing up under these beautiful nfluence8 until at the ago of ten years ho was converted bap tized nod joined tho Methodist Church in Carter county of this state Five years ago next November ho camo to Dorea and entered as a stu dent In the College Naturally of a cheerful anti sunny nature ho soon Tanked ns ono of tho most popular young men of tho Institution Ho was the soul of honor whether on tho football field In tho literary society or In tip recitation hall As a Christian now duties were revealed svpPeRTSCOTTS hrWjc to carry the wtk ntd Md I starved lyittm aloes until It CM Red firm Htpport In ordinary food Stud for free mnpU SCOTT ft nOWNK Ctrtnlitt art JOC leirat aadaiuaYork v +r to him and as ho toolfthcm up ono by ono In tho Young lions Christian Association In tho Christian Endeav or Society tho Sabbath School first ns a pupil then as a teacher It was apparent to all that Arthur Hunt was growing In grace and In tho Christi think ot him In his homo to think ovor the splendid qualities that woro so beautifully ex emplified lucre It Is a precious her itage for wife mother father brother or slater and It Js woU calcu lated to Inspire us all to Imitate Ar partthatDrink Walnscotte Pop OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Hamilton 0 Aug 1800 Editor Citizen Wilt you allow n fow lines to my Kentucky friends Meredith Reynolds my father J LQabbard and I left our homo In Owsley county Ky August 10 andarrived hero Aug 11 Wo are visit- Ing relatives at this place A good many of our Kentucky peoplo aro here working In tho various manu facturing establishments Tho Cham pion Coating Paper Co at this place companieslaemployment for over 800 persons Its a very striking experience to ono who never saw a paper making establish ment to go through this mill and seo all tho machinery In full operation Hamilton has also ono of tho largest tool factories in tho United States the Niles Tool Factory which covers over one block nnd employes about 1600 persons There are several otho to mako It a popular business city big factories In Hamilton which help Hamilton Is situated on tho Miami river which divides It Into two parts If Ilea n population of about 34000 Tho worst fault wo can find with Hamilton Is that It has quite n num ber of saloons and many that partake of tho strong drinkVery respectfully I JAS a OAnOARD MISS IIOIHNSONS MESSAGE I Intrrmtlng Letter From IUIRR Robinson Concerning tier Kuropfon Trip Geneva Switzerland August 1 00 My dear Mr CookI was very glad to receive on my arrival at Genova Tho Citizen for July 2 1 did not receive that for July C and as I leave hero for Daslo today and tho ono for July 19 has not come I fear I shall miss that I will toll you briefly whore I have been and what I havo seen slnco I wrote you last In Naples wo had a drlvo about tho city Our steamer was so lato that we missed not only 1onipoll but also all art galleries etc We saw Vesu vius which was smoking a littlo on that day and tho beautiful harbor tho public buildings and monuments and visited a few stores Beggars wore everywhere present In Rome I saw as much as pos sible In my two and half days there I visited St Peters and tho Vatican galleries and museum tho Coliseum forum Mamertlno Prison followed Pauls footsteps out of the city on the Ostlan way and visited tho mag nificent St Pauls outsldo of tho walls of Romp which Is supposed to bo situated whore ho suffered martyr dom I saw remains of the old walls of tho city of tho Uoman ncqucducts visited tho Catacombs of Ban Seb astian and drove along tho AppIan Way I went to other churches and galleries and saw pilgrims tolling up the holy stairs on their knees It was when Martin Luther was going up tho same stairs in the samo way In order to earn forgiveness for sans that ho seemed to hoar tho words Tho just shall live by faith 1 madoifountain of Trove nnd drank and cast In a corn as Is tho old custom for departing visitors for tho tradition that BO they will return again At Florence Ijsaw tho cathedral and tho wonderful treasures of art In t h o Uflzzl and Plttl Palaces In Venice 1 rodo In gondolas and fro the pigeons In the Square of Bu Marks visited the Doges Palace with Its Drldgo of Sighs and de thoIII1 saw tho cathedral the most beau tiful building which wo have visited and saw the painting ot Tho Last Supper copies of which are so fam adequatoIdeaWe camo through tho longest tun nel In tho world tho Slmplon to pass tho Alps I find Geneva tho pleas antest place you Yesterday I visited ThotLythoChristianIv have many things to tell of my tray els nnd am anxious to get back to Hcrca and my friendsSincerely J A nODINSONI J LAUGHED OUTRIGHT J Murderer Fitzgerald Takes Hit Death J Sentence Easily J J Fitzgeraldho J 1 ed of tho murder ot Mra Robert J Droughton was eontenccd to hang J September 21 The woman was eea J toncod to POTTO IS years ta the Ken J tucky stato pontteatlry at Frankfort J Fitzgerald laughed outright when M J heard hrs sentence Ho continues to J mako small nooses of twtne tad pre J sent them to soldiers aa souvenirs I I John Hobson Motive I arehimintarytrial J J that hla motive for fatally stabbing Wallace 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still a whole lot of people who prefer the pastoral simplicity ot Iho automobile After presetting aToag wag sermon a West Virginia minister dropped dead in the pulpit last Sun day We montlen this suggestive Item wltboutClommen1 Each summer vainly suggests that something ought to be done about ice just as each winter points out that n more practical method of distributing the coal supply is needed If the CanadianNorthwest Is being Americanized as some nervous and loyal subjects of King Hdwatd all sort the process seems to agree with a section which never before looked BO prosperous A Japanese professor lectured American mon for their alleged slav ish devotion to women which shows that our educational efforts bare brought tho Nipponese to a point where they find fault with the eorrlc ulum Somebody dolesto have dlseor erod how to manufacture liquid air so cheaply that it may tome into gen eral use for cooling purposes Tho Joe trust will probably want stpag proof that the story Is tune before they decide to dleaoive When Klag Leoftotd of Belgium goes hunting he sits In an armchair und has the gamo driven up In front of him One advantage about such a system is that it ought to enable Jilm to keep from mistaking any of tho guides for deer The spoiling of sans by wealthy lathers is peculiarly a habit of the xewly rich Where money has longer been In the family the possession ol a few millions does not constitute an Irresistible temptation to rush out and make a swine of ones self says the New York Post But the sudden fortunes of the past few years of blessed prosperity have confessedly turned out a crowd of vapid and worthless and helplessly rich young men The Gaekwar of Baroda before dalivii that the American woman Is Indo pendent frank and Beltpossessed and yet though I had uerfrd a great deal about her beauty I failed to seo It There Is no accounting for tastes or perhaps it would be nearer the mark to ask Who Is thb American beauty that snubbed this dusky royalf pubs Mr Edisons statement that he will soon put the automobile within the reach of all recalls another great I e ambition popularly accredIted to him namely to provide everybody with a phonograph How much kinder It would be to provide half tho world with phonographs and the other halt with automobiles in which to escape from them I The Belleville mauiiusd friends on the eve of his wedding abstracted Lie marriage license from his pocket and substituted a hunters license u authorizing him to hoot geese etc bad a fine chance to use the permit It bo had a gun In all the late diamond king left 39675000 for public purposes and the London Times says that through the whole will there breathe a profound Bcnsq of the value of educa tion This feeling Is one of tho leading features of the opening cea lury Are the honest men all dead Dnffalo CompiercIaK No replies the Cblcagp RecordHerald Most ot them are trying to make their Income keep pace wJhtbo Increasing cost ot living L f I6ARMENDS ENCAMPMENT ADJOURNS AFTER DECIDING ON NEXT MEETING PLACE R B Brown of Ohio Elected CSm mand IIChTefFortleth An nual Parade Held Minneapolis MinnTho Grand Army of tho Republlo completed Its fortieth encampment late Friday and adjourned to meet In Saratoga N Y- In 1907 The encampment after on exciting debato decided that a pro test against the erection of a ytatlie to Henry Wiz should bo Pont to Grin S D Lee the commander ot tho Southern Veterans association Minneapolis l1nnTho following of hers were eleatod Thursday at tho annual meeting oaf the Grand Army of the Republic Commander in Chlof R B Brown Zanesvllle 0 senior vice commander William II Ann strong Indianapolis Junior vice com mander E D Fenton Detroit chap lalnIoclilef Archbishop John Ireland St Paul surgeon goneral WII John son Lincoln Neb The new commanderInchtef was barn In 1846 anti baa always lived In Ohio lie enlisted in the Fifteenth Ohio Infantry at the ago of 16 years and served in the Fourteenth Army corps In the Army of the Cumberland until he was mustered out in 1864 He then roonltstod as a veteran soldier and served as such until the end of tho war He was a private through out the first three years of Irs servo ice and then became a non cummis stoned officer He has always been active and prominent in the work of i the Grand Army Mr Brown Is now editor of tho Zanesvllle Courier Minneapolis MinnFor the fortieth time since Its work In war was fin ished and Its glory won the Grand Army of tile Republic was In lino Wednesday There bad been many parades more gorgeous many spec taoles more dazzling and bewildering but never was there In this country I one more appealing anti impressive than that which pasted through the streets of Minneapolis dtarlnc the morningCol T Keeling of New Or leant was overcome by tho heat and exhaustion and died an hour attar reaching the hospital Thomas A Martin dropped while marching in the parade and died en his way to the emergency hospital BOOM CANNON FOR PRESIDENCY Danville Convention Starts Move In Honor of Uncle Joe Danville III Sneaker Cannons boom for the presidency was launched here Thursday when the speaker wag renemlnated for congress by aectama Jon by the Republican congressional convention of the Eighteenth district In accepting the renomlnatloa for congress Mr Cannon made a long speech which sounded the party sic gan for the coming campaign The speaker extolled the recoTd of the Republican party and pointed to the na lions prosperity as a justification of I lie continuance In Labor leaders offioeIMr Cannon for bills in the last congress He replied to attacks of President Tjompws of the American Federation of Labor re girding tho antt injunction bill and other measures RAILROAD MEN IN CONFERENCEI Discuss Rate Law at Interstate Board Washington = I am net surprised to learn that the attorneys of the rail roads of the country are In consulta tion In order to reach a common corn elusion as to the Interpretation of the new rate law said Interstate Com missioner Clements In an interview regarding the meeting of railroad offi cials In Atlantic City The commission ho said has urged upon all of tho railroads the necessity for prompt compliance with the provisions of the new law and to this end has invited them to appoint committees of conference with the commission in respect particularly to the preparation and publication ot tariffs and the keeping of account books etc Buffalo Treasurer SetFree Buffalo N Yred O Murray col lector of customs and former deputy county treasurer was acqulted Thurs day of the charge of grand larceny in connection with the graveyard scandal by which the county was mulcted out of many thousands of dollars When the state closed Its case against Murray the court direct ed the jury to return a verdict of not guilty Dinner to Fair Officers Berlin Dr Theodore Lewald who was the German commissioner general to the Louisiana Purchase exposl tion at St Louis gave a dinner hero Thursday night In honor of David R Francis president of the exposition and a deputation of tho fair commit tee consisting of Brccklnrldge Jones L D DozIer and S M Felton presi dent of the Chicago Alton railway Celebrate Return of Mullahs TehoranThe return of tho ex polled mullahs was made the occasion fpr great ceremony the city being II laminated In their honor for four days Crowds of people greeted them at a gate of the city Steniland Not In Mobile Mobile Ala There la no truth in reports sent out from this city that a man believed tobo Paul 0 Stens prcaldentofChicago outskirts of Mobile THE POPULAR FAVORITE IN THE OREAT PANftMterftcAN SHoW V The Great Declaration of Monroe Made In the Infancy of LatinAmeri can Liberty Was an Assertion to All the World of the Competency of Latin Americans to Govern Themselves and Their Countries That Assertion My Country Has Always Maintained Secretary Root MEXICAN CONTRACT LABOR BARRED FROM TEXAS SOIL ATTORNEY GENERAL ROBD DE CIDES UNSKILLED MEN CAN NOT DE IMPORTED FOR RAILROAD WOR- KWashingtoatn Important flues ion reatMCtlag the iMportaUoa of fisher from Mexico late the United States for work en railroad Mtruet- lon In Texas has bees determined by the department of justice The tries tfon was whether men employed aa la borers on ordinary railroad construc tion were skilled or aaaktllaeV into meaning of the law The depart meat of Justice has decided that the lMlIsellerlMexicans Denied Admission On June 9 1001 Doreteo AreHania atIUteIStates was In violation of the Imml gration act approved March 1 IMS An appeal was take k at Ute Instance of J B HtttL who has a contract to furnish labor to Ute Atditaon Topeka It Santa Fe railroad the Chicago Hock Island Paclfie railroad and the Fort Worth and Denver City rail roads all east of Albuquerque N MM and George II Mother who has a similar contract for the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe railroad west of Albuquerque as far as the Pacific coastOn June 28 It05 Sebastian Sotelo was denied admission at El Paso by a board of special Inquiry under the alien contract labor law The appeal was taken at the Instance of the Hen Heney company of Tucson Ariz which has a contract to furnish labor fer the Southern Pacific between E1 Paso and San Jose on the coast line and to Fresno on tho Valley line Question of Skilled Labor Tho question Involved the construe lion of the term skilled labor In sec tlon 2 of the Immigration net of March 3 1903 it being contended by the appellants that laborers ordinar- iiq employed In the construction and malntenagcof the tracks of railroads were skilled laborers within tho mean Ing of the term as used In the act and that if labor of like kind could hot bo found unemployed In tho United Suites laborers of this class could bo Imported into tho United States under contractAdmission Would Nullify Law Acting Attorney General Robb In his oplnldn says Jt Is probable experience demonstrated that very few skilled laborers were brought to this country under the provisions of see tlon G of the act of 18S5 For this reason when the law came to be amended In 1903 It was not deemed ncecsaary to limit the exception to Its operation to new liitlugfrlos as was the case In tho original act In other words congress recognizing the vast difference between skilled and un skilled labor concluded that it might with perfect safety permit skilled la bor to be imported In all cases where Camp on High Peak Bombay Dr William Hunter Workman wellknown traveler and mountain climber and his wife Fan nie Bullock Workman recently as cended a peak of the Nunkum range over 23000 feet high and camped Peaceful Settlement Expected TokloIt Is confidently Assorted here that the Aleutian islands inci dent involving the killing and cap ture of a number of Japanese seal will bo 1J ttl d without thovsllgniest compJIcaUoiiB GRilOURo Itt SOU AMZRIG4t- aDtR CtetsIeMCr Ell1U RooT tl16Ul ttlT jon YEARS labor of like kind unemployed could not bo fmmd hi thlv country But no such exception was made In favor of he importation of unskilled labor Indeed to rule otherwise would la ef feet nullify the whole law Should Favor Home Laber The act was Heetgaed and intended for the protection and security of the American laborer whose welfare every patriotic citizen Is bound to promote Laws designed for his betshould It possible be so construed alto effecttmte rather than retard tile oat sets for which they are enacted- It Is certainly not for the executive department of the government to nut Iffy the will of congress because de dining or falling to give the weruW the act their natural and logical Im port Bapectattv Is this true la a case hinrivtag the welfare of such a very ktrgo number of our own ctttaea Moreover it does not appear that since the enactment of this law In Itli it ba ever before been rototrad ed that naakllled alien contract tabor could legally be imported Orders Aliens Deported The determination of tile qataUra as to what la skillet and what Is un skilled labor within the meaning of tho law rests largely with you 1 oa tertain no doubt however that ordin ary hand commonly employed In the construction and maintenance of tracks of railroads are not skf led laborers within tho meaning of the Im migration act of March S 1H3 linI- ng reached the conclusion that they are not skilled laborers It follows from what I have previously said that sueh laborer may not be imported Into tills country under contract In app event Immediately on receipt of the ogle ion Acting Secretary Murray of commerce and labor aismlated the ap peals of tho aliens and entered them to be deported LABOR FA M INEIN NORTHWEST Agriculture and Industrial Sections Loudly Call for Help Duluth Minn Scarcity of labor Is the cry all over the northwest from the head of the lakes to the wheat fields ot the Dakotas whore the demand has reached a critical stags In many cases the farmers are offer Ing from 250 to 3 per day and board and have not more than 50 per cenL of the labor they require The same conditions are being experienced In all lines of Industry Including tho railroads contractors and minors both on tho range and In the copper country Reign of Terror In Warsaw Warsaw Scores are dead In this city as tho result of ceaseless activity on the part of tho terror tits Bomb throwing continues In spite of police and the thousands of troops stationed hero The police admit 150 persons have been wounded by bombs and bullets and that 31 police and soldiers have been alaln and 18 wounded In re cent fighting Fifteen citizens have been killed 70 severely and 95 slight ly wounded Former WellKriown Actor Dead Now Yorki William U Cahlll for merly a wellknown actor Is doad Ho wasjborji In Ireland and achieved a reputation before ho came to Amen IcaI with Lydia Thompson In the BOsCdhlll toured tine United StntesI Cheap 011 Will Cldse Wells Tulsa I TTho threecent reduc lion In tho price of oil made by the oflectterritory field and the shutting down of allitsils noW noperatiour t PRACTICALLY WHOLE POPULATION IS HOMELESS AND CAMPING ON THE HILLSIConservative Estimates Place Number Killed at From 2000 to 11000 Property Lots 250000000 Valparaiso Chile via Galveston Tex Aug 2oChe earthquake dims tot nero will far ocWpscrtho San Fran deco horror Not only li this city el most entirely wrecked and lArUUI burnt but tile palghborlng cities at Venn del Mar QnUtiut Unwche San Felle Los Aryles and Caaa IlUiDoa have bees totally destroyed Many smeller villages have been wiped out Greet fires that Jane raged since Thursday are bagliinliig to tile ML net tpcniuo of the efforts of fire fighters but because there la In many iriacen not blag left to horn In ninny large sections of the city the deatnieUon Is complete Marital taw la In force sad the an Ihorlties have suppressed any disorder Little work on the deallocation df bodies has been done gteamera have bets dlspatchedln baste to the north and south for provisions and troOps the dumber of dead at Valparaiso ran Hot We awtralety determined but mar reach 11000 while very couserv at lye intimateS place It at 1000 and fatted States Minister lUCk says 504 are known to he killed Property Lots 250000 03 The property MS Is nsUm4sd at tSO000000 Sixty per cent of the city has been demolished by earthquake or Ire The disaster Is propor ttcnatcly greater that Ban Franciscos a ajrhundred tbousenU people are homeless camping on hula sad IK the parks and streets Thousand aie fteelag from the city TIM water supply ta living wit and IrSjrmartial law rules Thar were U shock Tkuntfay Htojht and over left since It Is believed that husdrlul 1111btMtlNews from the south of Chile report never shacks at Tataahaaa Oensep time and Tales hut he taasag In tIplaces was rat greet There were very few eaeualttes among the foreigners Visa dot Mar to practically a saburb of Valparaiso although tt has a separate city gee ernment It contains a population oJ abMit 10001 lad to male op largely of the suburban vflta of the wealthy sal fashionable eUtoena of Valparatoo- Qnlhue to Itt MUse south of VIratio and has n population of UM Llmacbe to 1C Miles northwest with CJWO poputaUo and QaJHota to 31- mRee m the same general direction with a popnWfoa of 11111 TWELVE PERSONS DROWNED In Waters Abe it New Yerk Hereto Rescues Prevents Greater Lett New York Ang 20Twely per sons tat their lives In the waters about New York Sunday Most of the victima were bather A number of heroic venous of Im periled swimmers wire made and these rotlHNd whet wowM otherwise have been A muck greater death list Throe persons were drowsed In n group near Manhattan bench m a man sec that could not be ascertained sad the police of the Coney Island station are conducting an Investfceatkm The only eye witness to the drowning dis appeared The victims In this Instance were Morris Oroase Martin Anderson and M uuWentlflod bather about M years af age- Seven Dead Seven Seriously Injured Johnstown Pa Aug M Plunging through a blinding rnlnitorm at the rate of 41 muse an hoar a fast freight train on the Pennsylvania crashed Into a stawly moving wreck rala at Sang Hollow dealing swift death and Hire destruction Seven men are dead anti seven seriously Injured Jilted at the Altar St Joseph Mich Aug 20Mlas Uello Baton has filed a 10000 breach of jiromUo sun against Arthur Loomis of Travorso Oily Mich a theatrical manager She claims he married a wealthy woman In Traverse on the day that was fixed for their marriage to take place Assaulted a Little Olrl Saltula S c Aug 20A negro 18 living In Sandy crook section of hates burg county attempted to assault a white girl OROd 7 daughter of a farmer named West The child will prob ably die Tho negro escaped to the swamps Brother in Law Killed Him Shreveport La Aug 20i V lllnchmnn GO former sheriff of Miller county Arkansas was shot and killed by his brotherinlaw In the latters store at Lane 1a 20 miles north of hero Sack claims that Illnchman In stilted him and his wife Tried to Run Car Through Parade Chicago Aug 20John Grady a motorman was probably fatally In jured by a crowd of Italians who drag Red him from his car and kicked and heat him Grady attempted to run Ma car through the llnoof parade of an Italian society Yellow Jack Appears New Orleans Aug 20 Qfllclal an nouncement of n case of yellow fever aj Now Iberia a town on the Southern Pacific railroad 125 miles west of New Orleans was made by President Won oflbo state board of health NEGRO SNOT TO DEATH GOVERNOR APPEALS TO MOD TO ABIDE OY LAW I rCROWD REFUSES TO HEED Applaud Executive When Hg Fin ishes Then Proceeds to Moko i Black Fiend Pay Penalty l1for Crime f I Columbia 8 a WIQiln the shadow of the home of Mi victim Miss Jen mile Ilrooks after having ben idontl nil by her sad after Gov D C Hey y ward who went to the e0ee of Ike trouble had addressed tho mob In vain Hob Davie the aegis who on Tuesday ranrdorouslr a II Mlsa Drooks with Intent to eemjitH aaeaalt and who attenvawlB outraged a aaro girl 14 years oW was lynched at Greenwood about 730 octoefc Taws day evening Ctov Harvard reached to seatio shortly alter the nacre hat hew cam tared A platform was anctad in a fence corner oa the pnmtoea At Ute victims father frost wktok platform GOT Heywvnl addraatetl Ute mob In an effort to prevent ttta lyaehta Tho govenwr beeaecbed the neb not to lynch Davis hut In vain At the seta chubs of his speech the governor Lest vociferously clieeraJ The mob then removed the prisoner from Ute view of the rrenor and within n shaft distance of the home of Ma victim the tiogre WM riddled with ballots it in lutaoaatblo to 0lIlmote tto crowd as dllaem truss several corns UPS had gathered at tie sees aatl for two days had IK pursuit at the nape but tt la cotlalii that kaa drvdji of bullets were sent through his body The militia In that bells of Uttt state to nw encamped at CklelnMMH ga aid there were no nearby troops to be eased upon The gannnntfv guards mind the RielrfoRil finckar3 of this city had been erdsred It kohl tbetusalvea hi rvadlnea IH die 9tItC that their were Heeded tat the mob was tf1IIIHdfThe aanavJt by Davis oa Mime Brooke was med last Tuesday la bar fathers store whets orbs was tea lomrlly la ehargr Alter maktaa some perches the negro graeped a meat htf v showing Ton are what I weal sad spring toward Ute MM Miss Brooke attempted ta Oread her self with aa Iroa bar but the tsegro slashed her across tin threat maktae- n huh tar laches teeth and aluoit severed two of her Hiigsirs Afterward to went three vllea to Malt taN ad oatrnHeri a U yir oM agrees A yeses at a taxmeamvl mo started la pnraiaH at the nips tern after tile outrs a at the eroobm uteri led flnalry raattttag Wn Then day aftoraooa near Ninety lx a tows hue tallee from Greenwood KINO AND KAISER KISS Cordial Meeting ef Monarshs at Kati berg Kroatorg Nueelfseew li naatj King MwaN arrhod hate oa to special train flea IraMttrort at 848 Westn4ay HMHOKW William nut Prince MM Prtneee MrJ deft Charles of IteaseNaseau met him at the station The emperor assisted the king In slighting aid they booed each other oa both cheeks The meting wan very cordial The king wore a blaatc Iriaee Albert coat and a silk bSL Tile emperor had on the nalform of the IHieea Jaeger regiment with a I steel helmet w King Kdward was accompanied by Sir Charles HanHnge HMiMaaent un der secretary of tho fofWgn otto MaJ Con 8lr Stanley Okirto catef equerry sad Mud Prodertck B 0 roaaonhr equerry te his majesty Sir Frank latoallos Ilrltlsh ambassador to Germany and the llrlQak COlUMCI geaentl Francis Opponholmar joined the royal party at Frankfort After Introductions had been ox changed the party and their following proceeded to Friedcrlchsbof In auto mobilestENLISTED MEN TO BE ADVANCEDr OPrivates Will Have Opportunity to Become Second Lieutenants Washington Soorotnry Taft has decided that enlisted men shall haVS the first ohnnco at tho 4S vaanMfoB u tho grade of second lieutenants In thu I army An order was Issued sumo time ago granting only a small portion of the vacancies to enlisted candidates Secretary Tufts attention was onll ed to the order which discriminated against the 45 enlisted men who arc candidates and ho immediately sent a message from Oyster hay asking 0 that tho order bo annulled and other Issued which will do justice the enlisted men who are Btijrin for advancement Death of a Pioneer Packer St Paul Minn James T MoMM Ian aged 70 years pioneer resident i as well as a pioneer the meat pack leihomeIllness from liver troubleIIllinois Mayor Dies Bloomington 111 James S ulvljle mayor of Illomlnijton nnd mom pwayvia ltlnntdt 11 es Ilatlearlna KATIBS WISH I wtsb i wan R iwallow i i in the Ay to We- eAii then 1 wl h fay niMunft iW Mi a twallew toe Jut 41 i n nixl bro4hT TI Ir I he bet of lake To Ijr aLuut a little Tkcn turn lm k Into f Nut FROM THE COUNTRY Sat Ana IJrenjWt wUfa Her Borne thing Greater Than City Ad vantages It e strwt Mr rolled along Anna v e KtudM Mart liurdlcka pretty J e aUh a fvwlM realisation t bat LI adr nitf BMamwr wero plain 1 it Ned a n Ute untr The uffihr INI III a Mark nail k rank I 111 ljf tn 1wialy could all be a 4tiij up IB uo oas word adven tH J r hw parr she MWHO rWUON Rh juii ItOJ her mother an- d11A had tarn h1 ca sn they s i insiM ua a rirndehli between ii iauM rt ohto wlsked IM bad 11 I Imo to ray lJIlI dolt and was L vcly abaft that the I set bier of I- tauid MUM IHttit In thj left the ear Nark al- dr tt a M of time bet ro year tram KIMHI AUUV nod I want to atop at the Tliiirtow liuuw a minute Le Jtng the war into a lanK hotel itlie stepped te lil o dk aad spoke to tie rMrk lo nodd and banded her a taUw Maria HT iwNtod friend tow tho awatry till follow UK teak Ube Ahirator to the parlor and MUd to to exotmiU while situ tad br letter As sobs tarnod Its pegs her flee flBittad and grew pal MM pat It back ta W Metopa sad tried to cleat wilt Aawa but thorn was an aider aurrent of aupprueswl excltunoat and at last It broke barriers AtUM sbn Mid la a low Lou Itcant do any bam to toll yeaIm ROt Ijolltg lack homo Im wrfnR to be sattrrtod tonlRbL lluskl He tblnki the KQrld of me Anna Sty bixrthw Faile made all tho tnxiW lie told l yt9T and mother that QiMMorton wannt good but I NTMbeltorod one word of It and Qua aald tvrns aU Jealousy on Franks part that xnaiSo hint do it I liavo promised him that lie soon as bo was ready 1 would marry him no matter what any ono bald i ought to havQ had tills lotterItwo days ago but 1 couldnt change tcT nail for It Hoa coming today Anna Im to meet him In tbla nxint In Just two hours Mglfb iwuped Shu expected awed eyujliothy bit tho girl from the couu try WM not oven looking at her In eHjad shu was seeing a ituUhcr watt IHR with doiporalo anxiety that fqr the daughter who had not COIIIOI home She was feeling tho tbjj dnngor that lay ahead Hor 1mI pulee was to speak out harshly agajqit Marloc decootlnn of her boat friend to ilonornco a man who would auk a girl to begin hor married Ufo with n dccoptkin but something tiered her lure and ui from her heart went a prayer for holp TJlon she Mid quietly Mario I bum your mother 10lllnl our father retterUay that the toosnn she got on with you bettor thin he could was because she trusted you Sho said you knew It would break her hart If you betrayed that trust and the was lure you would evor do It s up startled Anna dSlrisennot deprecating now nor 111 at ease A Btruggln followed but Anna Wood fajtiircd S realJzcll now ui witha RUildon thankfulness that ube And tirqu ht from her country home toinetliing greater than city dun tageaS hosaIJ at last Tin not poinc homo finAthla train Im not go InKBt al vnUU sec yon safe In Your mothers firms And Mario S6til Nut terVpua Cow j nlon I TWO T EtS A little tree abart but adf mthifleil Olaseed toward the amend Wen tossed Its head aaddedt IJebold how tall I ami bow far the dusty earth And knMllac thus It swayed In sroraful mirth The tallest plfla tree In the forest steed Ili bead toward kava and tithed the taHArt I am and Ute gnat skies how tart What rears of space twixt me and yon J r ttrr1- IOIIAU Our ntetaurebrIt up MM earth or downward from the- liIMWIh n nt tea In It Nlcholai SMOKE THAT BURNS A Serits et Trleka Wlilch Can De 1001I formed with Paper Lighters and a Bottle Net ao rory long am before matches were qjilte m common aa they are raw atod Indeed lit some country places to day iamp4I lit re ate aNd- tor lighting tamps and candles and ewes gal jets They are toad of strips oT nwspspr about IS Inches long and one and a half inches wide which are mad Into rather clog rolls be Innlag at ems corner the end last ftalatwd U tuned over to provoat tho imp from tmrollltig and when the lighter la needed ter the jmrposo In tended It Is llghted at a fire MaKo a number of those lighters and then try these tow trloka wltr them keeping away from drafts whllo ao 4o4Ng and lartng a soutUa or n dish of water near by In which to drop them whets charred Hold QJ of tJ60 llebtcr In a slant- Ing poslUon with the ond farUiwt from your hand iiolHtlng downward says the Chicago later Ocean Light the lower end and aa the name burns upward a vague of dame will remain burning at the lower charred cad If you blow this dame out leaving the upper one stilt burning a stream of smoke will take 11ev place of the ox aDLRNlNa TilE SMOKK- tlHCHtahed flame This awake yoc can light like gas Par thO s eond trtek leave the up- lrI oat of tha Ugkt r open molted of Mdlnr It down and hull Ute lighter at that end to prevent It front umnll lag Now light the towwr WIll ilad the taro will non upward no faint roBMlnlni at the charred end In stead the smoke wiN pour out of the upper open end and It toss be lighted theta aa before It wei at the tower end like gaa It you will now ropU Ms list trick at the same time holding the charred end over the mouth of a wile mouthed bottle and wnteh for the nwimunt when tho smoke begins to pour out of the upper end a third oxp riniont may bo made Aa you see the smoke streaming oat pinch the upper end and It will be forced lack and will Irue out of the lower charred end without burn lag and eater tho bone whlek It will nil It you touch a fame to the smoke In the bottle It will Ignite with a sud den flash In the Kay just described nil a bot ItIand letting the smoke subside for seven or eight times You will find as a roMilt n collection of several drops of yellow liquid Now heat hectj drops ovor a namo on a tin space box and smoko will again be produced that you may bum as before TOLD IN METRIC TERMS Axftdenfy of the Middle West Uses New System in Its Field and Track Meet There Is growing use In this couu cry of tho metric system of weights and measure Many oommerclllli houses In the east and a of tho collages there halo adopted tho system pad eventually it Is expected that the many standards now In com mon use In the United States will give place to tho mon simple exact and scientific onostandard of tho metric system At the suggestion of Mr S W Stratton there Is one acad emy in the middle west that line adopted tho system and this year used It In Its fluid and track meet ThU is tho academy nf the University of Chicago at Morgan Park and this U the way the record of IU inter hall contest reads Any of our road ers who are Interested Can turn those Into feet and luchos by remembering that a motor Is equivalent to 3937 Inches and a foot is 0304S meter 1GIlccondsminutes 44 35 seconds 400 meter run time 59 15 seconds 100 meter dash time 11 15 seconds 12 pound hammer throW 409957 motors 13 pound dhotput 143422 meters run nlug broad jump 6G42 motors 200 routers low hurdles timo 28 45 SIC owls pple vault 24955metere discus throw 3J3137 Meters 800 meter run time 2058 ralnutesj 200 jmerftr dads lliuq 23 25 ieccinds hjgh juorv 17018 molars f iJlO J t plf EARTH ROAD CONSTRUCTION Necessity of ingWhen Using the King Drag or Any Other Drag Tho first essential of proper earth rood construction It the grading of tick same a list road 01 ee you mostly see thorn with slqrlSen higher than the center of Uio road if not 1m proved IIy the use of the King drag c r any other drag Produce a condl ton that will drain water from your roadbed In the shortest time possible and you have solved a perplexing road problem Two years ago says a cor respondent of the Iliirnl New Yorker I Pradel x Section of road about one nod aehslrrnlfea when It looked complete It looked about like diagram Fig 1 made a drag using two oik sticks by nix Inches eight feet tang Mt 11 do edg abont 1C Inches apart Diagram of Road and the Drag a strip of wagontiro spiked to cut ting edge drag wan belied together somewhat like tho following diagram shown In Fig S 1 can hitch team to any link of claim thus producing an angle of the drag most suitable The beat time to drag la aftfr a rain and In winter when thawing In daytime and freeslng I nt night No this road ls not the equal of n macadamized road but her In aa much difference between It now and all it was formerly AS there la between day and night The freeing and thawing affect It like any other earth rood It however dries oil to mach quicker that the bad con dition dot not last so long and I believe In time It the work Is kept up Illhall have It in condition that the nightmare nt going through mud hub deep six months of the year will bore mead very mneli My north fence Is the town line I have often heard the remark made that now a man blind folded could tell within a rod when lie atraek Liberty line Many have tamed sad are calling this section of road Bolllnger avenue OUR SOIL FERTILITY Hew It May Be ConservedClover- Plowed Under the fleet Means of Supplying Humus There is greet decrease In the tor awpcarosoatuually ground with nothing returned says a writer In Farmers Review There never was a time whop crops grew Inure abundantly than now It It not duo to the fertility of the soil at pros fiat tint because of bettor cultivation with a view of conserving moisture for n time whoa It Is most needed by the growing crape and by better and more careful nelection of seed I think humus is the ono element most lacking in most of our corn land This can bo replaced quick er and In greeter quantity by growing clover than by any other process Clover not only furnishes humus but puts our ground in bettor physical con dition which Is absolutely essential It also aids In preparing a good seedbed when the ground Is not in condi tion physically und tho plant foqd which It contains Is not available for tho pJflnt It also furnishes nitrogen another element much lacking In most of our corn lands Another reason why we should rotate with clover is because it loosens up tho subsoil deposit ing It close to tho surface whore It can be more readily taken up by the corn plant Farmers are beginning to study the condition of their ground but Uo not restoring the fertility as fast as they should They are beginning lo grow clover qulto extensively but clover alone ns a fertilizer will only last for a short time Sooner or later they will have to use phosphorus In connection with clover Raiding stock and feeding more grain than you are growing Is most apt to keep oie land from losing Its fertility but I doubt If it is most pronto ubo on our highpriced land I think under present conditions grain farm Jug Is moro profitable than live stock raising provided wo rotate with clover and add n little phosphorus In the shape of ground rock phosphate to our land occasionally I do not mean by flits that wo should exclude live stock altogether but with our land selling for from 1150 to 175 per acre we can out sea any money In raising cattle r The Corn RootLouse The corn rootlouse is to some ex tent disseminated ty ants which col lect tho eggs and storq them over win ter hatching them carefully In the string A study of the communistic relations of nntrnnd other Insects chows tome extraordinary dispiaysof rtawm and atcihtL 0 ENEMY TO GRASS AND CORNI The SoCalled Crass How It flay Be CombatedI Grass web worms bored were eomowtrt destructive last year In portions ol Itcnssejaor Colum bla and Albany counties New York says the Country Gentleman The In Juries vero In most cases roadbed tc Brass lands particularly the drier knolls and the damage was omtibn afoul by the prevailing dry woollier The largo amount of rain tho present season has prevented depredations ol thta character from being noticeable though grass web worms appear to be abundant In some fields since a ro port has just come to us of rather se vote injury in Columbia county to corn planted on rocontly plowed Rod land Gram web vorm sometimes known an corn web worms come from minute white egga deposited by the light brown whltomarked moths so frequently observed flying In large numbers In late afternoon and oarly evening In gram fields and invariably alighting with tho wings wrapped cloeely about the body the latter parallel with tho grass stem upon which the Insect rests The web worms themselves are dullcolored sparsely Haired brownheaded caterpillars about half an Inch long They live In webllnod retreats at or Just beneath the surface of the toll and a little In- v tlaUon In Infested grass lands or Shout hills of earn troubled by this Insect should roeult In uncovering the depredators They work on corn In various ways sometimes tunneling the stalks occasionally eating holes In the side of the sterna or feeding to some extent on the loaves Tbero were some Injuries of this Hind lest year and as a rule trouble of Pile nature may be prevented by plowing slice this do P rtrail web worms of their occus t before they have ah opportunity to go Into hibernation and we should expect a considerable num ber of them to perioli before any green food such as young corn Ip available in tbo spring Another preventive measure would be to delay planting as late as possible In the hope Unit a considerable number of the web worms would succumb before the corn cam up Another precau lion which might be taken In plant In sod lands wonW bo to put In about twlco the usual amount of seed In the hope that a fair stand would be secured in spite of webworm Inju Ties This would necessitate some thinning on areas where wob wonns were not abundant bnt In any event this would be preferable to replanting There is no practical method of cheek ing outbreaks of tine character in cul tivated fields owing to the expanse Involved I i About the only thing that I can be done following severe injury is 4o replant GRINDSTONE WITH PEDAL Bicycle Is Used to Transmit the Power from the Foot to the Stone A render of one of our exchanges bM davtied a Minnie inns of turn Ingithd gtindaton by fool power As shown In the illustration the gearing t Geared Grindstone of a bicycle Is used to transmit the power from the foot to the stone This device says Pralrlo Farmer Is said to work satisfactorily when properly adjusted A moro steady power Is so cured for the stone than when ordl narlyonoway foot lover Is used 4 KILLING THE MILK WEED How One Farmer Successfully Eradi cated It from Ills Fields With reference to a method of ex terminating milk weed and morning glory will say that If it is the milk weed that grows from tho root as well as from seed and which has the seed attached to down that scatters when the wind blows I can give the ex perience we had several years ago My father had a Held badly Infested with such milk wecdrt and tea vines says a writer in Prairie Farmer and ho sowed It to oats cutting the oats before the milk weed was ripe enough for tho seed to scatter He plowed the ground In August when tho ground was dry going just deep enough to turn tho runners and roots on the sur face These the sun soon dried so that they could not sprout again Ho then sowed the field with wheat and repeated tho operation next Aug ust The pea vines were exterminated pulledlUllslonal ono or two and these wo believe came from seed blown from other fields Insect Species According to Folsoms Entomology the number of Insect species already sntoIlog species as attleast 1000000 Con servative observers hold remarks Rural New Yorker that a riiojorlttfof these species can be found In attend ante at any Sunday school picnic I u J85Ber a CollegeF- OR 190 7 THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEG PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL Over 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states t Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS B MM MW HMMM t A special teacher for each grade and for each main subjects So many classes that each student can be placed with others Hkd himself whore ho can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter I lecturelibraryDnawingII I TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fn tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print i ing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life J I Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a youVg man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science i i I ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small I extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Bandmay be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extraxfees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berca College is not a moneymaking institution All tho money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Cfiristian and patriotic peoplt who arc supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bcrca favors plain clothing Our climate 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 work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are wally below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit AS guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an ftieitentaf Jfe to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dqllar deposit to be re turned at end of term 3000 i Those who do not pay all in advance must pay ItS follows Inci dental Fee no refunding and roomrent for term board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 70th day 540 OUR SCHOOL ISLIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stud dfnts come from the best families and arc earnest to do yell and iml prove For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their Jxbor Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to t rn tis much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week cwThe best time to come tbBerca and the most favorable time to study is in the fall A 4 i f ci5It is important to come the first day September ia and stay till the end December r I iSSFor further information and friendly advice write to tb- S ccretaryI t WILL C GAMBLEJ y f BEREA KENTUCKY 1 Madison County Roller Mills trtJfiMttlfilti- i 9 IIr II i Manufacturers Faacy Roller From Cora Meal ShirTSlHtts Crushed Cain Cue t Our 10LD DUST RoltecFloor will be fIf A ir 11 Jwri ie fccat t 1J to PRIDE OF MADISON to Motber Excellent Flour r- lttild ivI I it t fir t Ito o UlOUPotts I I I te J Itic lQuL I I A r I THE HOM7E I Sleep The Citizen this week is especially about IlonUh There arc three kinds of health needed by everyone health of body health of mind and health of soul If one has plenty of good sound sloop it will help it throobody mind and soul Many good honest people have tho foolish idea that they are lazy an wasting time if they sloop a minute whoa there is work to be dono and they are able to drag their bodies around and make thorn do it Such people soon come to have sick weak bodies confused tired minds which often become crazy and sad despairing souls Tho body must have enough rest if it is to keep healthy and do its work right Eight hours is generally about right for a grown person though some need more Chit dren ought to sleep from nine to eleven hours out of every twentyfour and parents are wronging their children if they do not see that they got as much sleep ns this The mind that doesnt get sleep enough cannot think clearly ns it should and it often becomes diseased that is the man becomes crazy A doctor in charge of an insane asylum said that if ho could get all the crazy people in the asylum to sleep for nine or ten hours every night most of againWhen suffers too Ho is and and thinks that his friends have forsaken him and that God does not love him He is cross to his friends and has not the kind pure thoughts that he would have if ho slept enough Sleep is not a waste of time but one of the best uses of time When you lie down to sleep dont think about the troubles and cares of the day or the plans for tomorrow Dont thinkat all just go to sleep And when you have had enough sloop you will be able to think and work twice as well as if you had lain awake thinking when you ought to have boon sleeping ITHE SCHOOL I 1Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools Ily rilOF CHARLES u LEWIS PERCENTAGEContinued- Another form of problem of the same nature as the above is found in cases where n given number is said to be so many per cent greater or smaller than a required f number When the sum or difference which represents the given number is found the solution is the same as the one given above The following problem illustrates these cases Mr James raised 850 bushels of corn this year which was 15 per cent less than the amount raised last year Here the amount raised the year before is the whole and the crop of this year is compared with it As can be readily seep it is 100 per cent of last years crop less the difference or 85 per cent of last years cropToo much time cannot be given to supplementary problems at this point Do not select or make them very hard In Rays revised book now in use in Ken tucky much of the value of the problems is taken away by the answers being given Then too the problems t in the various cases are too formal and too hard for beginners Make up problems It is fine exercise for pupils and teacher Make for each case separately until thorough mastery seems to have been secured then mix them up The applications of percentage will not be hard if much time and care is spent on the general I work They are merely the general work plus some simple business principles- Of all things be sure to demand great tare in analysis and forms of solution Do not cripple your pupils by using such rules as Divide the percentage by the rate the quotient will be the base You have not taught if that is all you have done Application of Percentage Applications of percentage arc just what the name implies an application of percentage principles to the solution of problems met in actual business All are based upon the customs of business men in various lines of trade Those of chief value arc Profit and Loss Commission Trade Discount Interest True Discount Exchange and Securities A few words on most of I these subjects are all that is needed after thorough work infractions and Percentage TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK t 1THE FARM F 1 Keeping the Farm Clean From a roper bjr II Qnrman Entomologist and Itotanlit t Agricultural Experiment Station We are losing each year from the ravages of the tobacco worm Hes sian fly cutworms codling moth peach borer pear blights rusts and smuts not less than 1500000 in Kentucky To save as much as possible of this annual loss is the task I have set myself and in this presentation of the general subject of pests in their relation to farm practice it is intended b to call your attention to a measure which I believe would if adopt ed by every Kentucky farmer and applied systematically and all the time on the farm lead to a saving of fully halt of tho annual loss from pests Too much stress in tho first place cannot be laid on the importance of general niceness and care in the management of the farm as a means of preventing injuries to crops Pests love an illmanaged farm Diseases flourish at all times along its fence rows and stalk later through badly planted and tilled crops An old seedling tree in a corner often perpetu anyHyoung may be near sometimes in the end lead j ing to a prevalence of disease throughout a neighborhood Astrip of val ueless gross and weeds allowed to flourish along an ill drainod portion of the farm harbors for years the army worm and sets it swarming some favorable day over adjacent crops to tho surprise and consternation of the owner A single tree in an orchard infested with a scale insect is over looked and ignored until it swarms with the pests and has conveyed them l to all the other trees about The wild onion or field sorrel established by some chance on a spot a few yards square where it could bo removed with n hoe or a little salt or crude carbolic acid in ten minutes work is permitted to spread over field after field in the neighborhood- I would rate as one of the prime requisites for keeping a place free from pests this general care and neatness including the destruction of all valueless trees shrubs and other growths tho burning of brush heaps the it clearing away of all sorts of lurking places for insects for besides cumber J IIkenfI e mo ineectew r II 0000000000000-o Eighth Kentucky ii History g o SThrilling 8tni7 of tlinlnrt tliUflnl O Inns Urglnt took In the Civil AVnr SS o 00008000000000ICUAMER IX Continued IITho 30th tho entire regiment ablo worked on fortifications About this timo our absent officers returned and with them carne tho remainder of our absentees able for duty a few of thom having boon absent without loavosiuco November All these except onowere restored to their proper standing with loss of pay while absent The exception was private Scabbor Who through the influence of some bad men one mies to the government had shunned ani tried to ovate tho officer to whom lie should have reported and con sequently ho had to face a general court martinI February 1st at dark tho regiment had orders to bo ready at 0 oclock the next morning to escort another forage train Tho bugleman over slept himself and we just had fifteen minutes to prepare and oat our broakfMt The reader will under stand that military orders like time and tide wait for no man Many of us therefore ate our hard tack and drankour tin of coffee marching along the Lebanon Pike This time we went eleven miles before wo began to load our wagon A heavy rain retarded our work As there wore some indications of attack by rebel cavalry the Eighth formed tho rearguard and the Fifty first Ohio tho advance on the return We saw no armed enemies that day and arrived in camp near midnight tired and ravenously hungry Tho 3d day of February there wore several promotions in our lino to fill vacancies occasioned by death Severalatthese commissions from the governor of Kentucky bore the following clause 1romoted for gallant and meritoriousoonduct at tho battle of Stone River The 10th tho nose of tho action of Congress authorizing tho employ mont of contrabands as teamsters laborers and cooks in tho United States service also that a bill was bo fore congress for the arming and equipping a certain number of negro troops was received and became the one groat theme of discussion with the soldiers especially in Kentucky regiments A few of our officers and quite a number of tho men appeared to still favor the idea of putting down tho rebellion without seriously mo lesting tho divine institution of slavery some contending it foolish as the nigfjor wouldnt fight nohow while others with indiguatiou declar ed that every white soldier would be disgraced by fighting in ranks along with tho colored troops Two or three officers became HO jealous of their honor sir they privately talked of resigning But a very majority of the Eighth rank and file contended that it was plainly the duty of tho government to jampowor our generals to UHO all and every available means to suppress or put- down this wicked and useless rebel lion Captain Smallwoodand several other officers immediately took a firm stand favoring tho men sure and in a dis waiou between the former anti one of his company who had become very boisterous about nigger equality tho captain said in tho hearing of his company Boys when we entered the service we each took a solemn oath that we would obey the orders of the presi dent of the United States and other superior officers Wo then were desperately in earnest and meant just what wo said and I have no reason to wish to violate that pledge and by the help of God intend to keep it to the very best of my ability Nor do I yet believe that any of you who have done and suffered so much are willing to BOO this grand old republic split up into contemptible little provinces always fighting to destroy each other No boys we must maintain our nationality what ever becomes of slavery I know and you all know that the southern slaveholders have themselves given the first mortal wound to slavery Now we say let the accursed barbarous traitorbreeding institution die Let no true soldier try to staunch its wound or care that tho consequences of this war gives tbo poor slaves his freedom TO BE CONTINUED 1 A good square piano for sale or rent I at Chrismans tho furniture man WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mall order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experience required Spare time valuable Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope Ad dress GENERAL MANAGER 34 E Lake St Chicago TO cum A COM IN ONE DAY I Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine Tabltl Woft rrtivrntlim of Typhoid rover Concluded from Pint rage On the othor hand in tho distress clungtoga Cam blead Montauk Point and SpaulshAmorimn tho principal carriers of the disease by the United Slates Commission appointed to ivostignto tho origin of tho outbreak Based upon the teachings of tho foregoing facts tho following rules have loon prepared with care for the guidance of nil persons interested in their own and tho publin health HOLES TO BE ODREllVCD suspectoelthatshould bo plated in a largo well ventilated room with tho windows and doors well screened and such preparation should bo made from tbo first day for tho thorough and syste dischargoafrom lamilyUIO2 A solution of chloride of limo eight once to tho gallon of water should be provided in quantity and a quart of this should bo put in tho- heflpan or vessel each timo before it receives tho discharges and should be well stirred and allowed to stand iu the weasel at least an hour before it is buried An equivalent solution of creolin or a thick whitewash maybechlorido of lime can not bo obtained but with these nt least two hours will be required to complete tho disinfeo lion 3 Soiled bed or body linon should remain in time chloride of limo solu tion for an hour and may thou bo safely put in the family wash Soiled paper or cloths used about the pati eat should be immediately burned Attendants should wash tho hands frequently and tbo lips and rinse the mouth always before outing No one should jiartako of any food which has stood in tho sick room Allof these precautions should lx continued until the recovery is complete anti and until all diarrhea has ceased t Typhoid fever is not conta gious in the souse commonly understood and if the precaution above indicated ado faithfully and inlelll gently carried out a oaso may le treated in any family or community with perfect wifely If others have tbo dwcasfl it will bo because they were infected from the same source ns tho patient or contracted it else whore The same prccautiorin should be observed in dynenlory and all other diarrboal diseses including summer complaint in children 5 All well water anti un fltOIl water from rivers draining inhabited areas where typhoid fever and diarrheal diwoases ore likely to occur ut any time and milk stored in cans or vessels washed in ouch water should Ixrtboked upon an suspicious and should always be railed before it is drunk by any ono not immune from typhoid lover In tho absence of a reliable filtered public water supply carefully collected and properly stored cistern water is safest 0 Tho windows and doom of all dwelling houses and especially of tho kilohen and dining room should always bo well screened and tho flies actually kept out Unlww this in lone a carelessly managed case of typhoid fover or othor diarrhoal disease oven a milo or more away may bo source of danger on account of flies Aa moHquitoen are now known to be tho carriers of malaria tho same precautions will protect from this poison also The universal and tine of these precautions wouldre quiro intelligent caro and sonic expense but would result in tho practical disappearance of one of our most common and fatal domestic pestilences which is not only a dis grace to our civilization but an an nual scourge Bud tax upon the poo plo of Kentucky in comparison with which yellow fever and cholera plague and other exotic diseases po feared by our pooplo sink into in significance Copies of this circular and of others in regard to tho prevention of consumption diphtheriit and scarlet fover may bo had by any one for free distribution upon application to the Board at Bowling Green By order of the Board J M Mathews M D President J N McCormack M D Secretary Missions Wrecked New York Aug 22 Dispatches re ceived at the Presbyterian board ol foreign missions from representative In Chile say that at Valparaiso build logs wero destroyed missions saved and at Santiago buildings and mission safe Annie Henaon Found Guilty Barbouravlllo Ky Annie Heamw was convlctod by tho Whltloy county Jury for the murder of Mm Robert Droughton and given a IB years pen tence to tho penitentiary The jury was out 12 hour before bringing la UieV verdlot y 4 Who desires the best 4 Business in Berea l- I I I I have a piece of property that is well worth the prico I ask for itsy nothing about tho business that I can place you ini4 I have for sale tho Boron Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is moo foot front and 300 feet long the build ings consist of a Produce House two story dwelling and barn This property is woll worth the money I ask for it Time busi ness is the most promising of any ImsinoM in Boron from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being dono shows a profit of two thousand dollars par year clear receipts What has been done can be dono again Any ono dosiring this property should call at once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEROA KENTUCKY 1000 COSSACKS IN MUTINY Rescue School Teachers from Pollco Many Peasant Slain St Petersburg Aug 22A serious mutiny on tho part of Cossacks has occurred In tho Astrakhan province Several popular teachers wore arrested by tho pollco and wore botng taken awn when 1000 Cossacks came to tholr assistance Tho teachers wore released and tho police disarmed Noxt tho Cojsacks arrested tho local authorities Including tho protect and thoy arc all Iu jail guarded by tho Cos sacks If you nro co brave why didnt you defeat tho Japanoeor This taunt tossed at Russian sol diers at a fair held In Kharkod prow lure was directly responsible for an attack made on groups of peasanta In which 67 of tho latter wore killed or Injured A number of soldiers attend ml the fair and came Into conflict with the peasants The latter taunted tho soldiers Tho soldiers reported to their commander and ho called In a company of soldiers and ordered them to charge tho peasants An Interview which Bmporor WIJ Ham has had with Count Wltto In which tho latlor announced his early return to Russia has been published harp and ltt attracting considerable at tention but Premier Etolypln Is quot ed as saying that ho know tho temper ot tho authorities at Potorhot and that thoro was no vestige of a chance that Bmporor Nicholas would again call Count Wltto to power Warsaw Poland Aug 23The chief of police ot Blrdllco 68 miles south Mst of Warsaw was killed Tuesday by a bomb Two constables and a woman who were near tho chief wore wounded The osnaasln escaped- A TOWN OF 10000 Population SO Mlles From Valparaiso Rep rted To Have Sunk Lima Aue IIt In reported that Qulllotta a town of 10000 population about 80 miles from Valparaiso has sunk entirely from eluht and that lees than 100 of tho Inhabitants ctw taped The sinking la reported to have taken place during tho shock that was timed at Valparaiso M hav ing lasted four minutes and 80 sea ends Dispatches from LA Pau Bollvln late that the telegraph omens In thnt town nro besieged by anxious persons wKo bavo friends In Valparaiso and Santiago Many families have chill dren in Chilean colleges and are await- Ing news with great anxiety Three Killed and Eleven Injured Plttsburg Aug 22 Another oxploi lion of gnu resulted In tho three mon and Injury of 11 others nt the Eliza furnace of Jones A laughlln mood Co On account of conflicting stories regarding details tho coroner has ordered a thorough Invefltlgatlon Hydrophobia Prevalent 22Pror A Lrtisvo IaIetitutoand Ohio and Maryland At present there aro 16 cases undor treatment at tho Institute And They Talk of Peace Essen Prussia Aug 23A repre sentative of tho Krupp works has In formed tho prose thnt the concern Is manufacturing 2700 pieces of artillery for eight governments The works never before had such largo omorII Tried To Lynch Negre Now York Aug 22A mob of 500 persons led by a frenzied father anti tried to lynch a ncgrons In Brooklyn for an alleged attempt to kidnap a Sho was rescued by tho Wilson policeIOmaha Agriculture Wilson arrived In South OmAha early Tuesday nnd visited alt tho packing houses Secretary Wil son did not make himself known and after a brief Inspection of tho several plants loft tho town without giving out any Information other than to In tlmato that everything was found to be In a saUataotgry condition vw LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Oelnr North Train 4 Dally Lonvo Heron 888 n m Arrive Rlchmoad110n m Arrivo Parts fl28a in Arrive Cincinnati7tO a in doing North Train 2 Dally Lonvo BCoo 1I pm Arrivo Riclunonti200 p in Arrive Paris880 p in Arrive Cincinnati010 p in- Going South Train 3 Dally Leave DorORno 1 1 p in Arrivo Kuoxrillo- Jolnf 810 p in South Train I Dally Leave Ileroa191t0 n m Arrive Knoxville 780 n m MOIHPMKNT TmlM ttmmbtn and jmrrv MM Parlor eat sad c rtmlMl iCt elHMU sad KdOXTfll III tllllk lllnvttlHH Tratta MM- bT I awl 4 furry Palter wMltMlnl Slil4nn nr ad mrbn bdwra CHC IHM II awl KMtx v Ur U both dlrrcltoM W H BOWER Ticket Agont FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 7 TAKE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer a A UAUANTPIn CIIIK IOll 1IIIIHI- lrhlHR nilixl Binding PrtdrwllBR Pile lling gtM ne uthiirttnl to frfuml Htonry If 1AZO IINTMHNT fatlalo cure is a to it day pt Dizzy Spells and backaches that tired feeling ataocceof appetite and extreme nervousness that BO frequently afflict you mean bilious that you arei BQlouancss Is muted by a badly disordered or inactive Ilvra Dr CaldwellsLame I- SvSyrup Pepsin acts Instantly and effectively on the liver reinvigorates and strengthens It and restores it to perfect condition Tho remarkable virtue of this wondor ful remedy has been demonstrated In thousands of Instances and It will work wonders In cleansing nod setting your whole system aright Its good eHects are permanent- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can bo obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your will be refunded U k Y k does not benefit you Your postal card rcqneit wffl brief trr return null our DR CA LOWELLS noog oi WONDalttl sod tree aample to those who have never tried this woa4rM nmedr Write todayI tPEPSIN SYRUP COi l- I IKIate For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY i I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS r I I IDROVE UP TO JAILERS DOOR I i Sent His Carriage Away and Asked j To De Locked Up Danville Ky Several days ago the larte stock barn boated a mile from r town on the exlMRtoH take V long lute to Join Wetslger was burned The property VII valued at 5000 and the In was attributed to iwnUineout coiuUusUnn James 8p ldlng n wealthy planter residing three mllea Irom town drove Jils carriage down Fourth street stopped In front of Jnller KltsveraMs reeMtnce stepped- to tint door and rug the bell The omeor reauoudkd sad Snaldlnc in BUucted Ms driver to take the carriage home lad then Informed the Jailer Dint Jae burned Uw Wetelger barn and dlred lobo kicked tin He said that he bore no III feeling toward Mr Wools IlIflr but IMC at times he Just felt moan and that his lIt desire was to bunt burns He staled that ON the night of the fire he felt that bU life almost depenAed on the burning of n barn and that he got out ot bis buggy toucb 4 a lUjhtod match to the barn and then drove twine und retired He further elated that tM tminlDK of the hats ha4 not improved his condition 1ml that he had ben filling even meaner Ibee the flre thin befor and iMilleved It aecMMry that be be locked op lest he commit other similar deeds aATTLH IN THE STREET VVhltt Men and Negro Fire Deten ShMt But OnIy3 tithe Is Hurt I IAadae KyIli a street flght here htwta Mvaral whit men on one Ids HMt Robert B tar a negro on tM othr a daces atohit shots were fired ea 1 a mule was shot from under Hs rider The battle took place In front d tM store ot James WIlOaoM and th betiding was pierced by ar oral MIU lamer drove a UMM up to a atrsMt corner where Frd MoCarty Bees JohMtm W R Oorge Stephen lslfcrd and several otter parties were ronirre ie4 a horseback as he thought ts Mock bas way nwtner asked them to clear the street but they refused He west Into the store coming out with a revolver to Ida hand Then are jhcotlng betas Johnson l dford MeCart y and O orxe were lodged la JaIL Johnsoai pistol was emptied Two other men Went buJ1IotIa Reach tItlDjlJMuvtllo Jail Mrbourvin KyAm attempt wsa mad at twe points to eater lbe picket ISM of the troops guarding tIM jail no Intruders dM cot obey the order of aentrtes to halt and were tired I upon bet no use WM hurt sad th e sues escaped fat lbe darkness Great AicttcNteat resulted many thloklaf tlM soJdlera had hew checked said the entire MQItla rote was railed out OsVclali summoaeil NO mea from Whltto cowil to be brought here forth Jury to try Jesse KltsgersM ono M the negro murderers of Mrs Robert rroughion They wr selected front JAuI nooiHatitoas district where thI fart of the murder U not generally lwowa NBCKTI PARTY j Is In Store Par Tide Negr If He Can- Oe Captured car fotuaibhvJtjr Lhulc uncork who rtdn at tbe horn ot R F Tupman a farssor on 1M Grass river section ot A toir oountf was the victim of ao fMttflafouc crime Mr Tuttspan and famllr Were away from home at the I time and Miss Hancock was n th kitchen preparing dinner A h gro aterad the raoai sad osMUlted her 11he brute WM armed with a pistol and warned Miss Hancock net to make sky outer As soon as the negro wnt away Mies Hancock gave tho alarm aasllL post was quickly formed to search for the negro livery oabln In the ecVtnY was visited but ha hoe not boon captured Miss llpncoijj thinks she oan Identity her aswltanj and whon halg caught a necktlo 1mII ty will doubtless be In order For a Cowardly Deed Gre nnburR KyJ E Franklin and Jasper Judd were arrested ohargotl with tho murdor ot Bd Hog snrd who was awasalnatad ns ha opleHf In his house Franklin is a 1llre4lle ln law of HoggarO There is no positive proof In the case only ash cumetantlal evidence Rally For Edwards London KyAt a big rally of the friends of Congressman D C Bd wards caadidate for congraM speeches wore made by H F JoJjnfwn Jams S Sparks nail II Doyj jr ot this county sad J W Mulllns of Jackson and H 3f Farmer of Clay 1 Only Candidate Ashland styThe republicans of the Ninth Congressional District bald their convention here to nominate a candidate for congress J Ile lien natt ot Qrwnup the only candidate for the numtncttion WM nominated by acclamation ajy Jackson Suicides LouUvllto Kybales Jackson the 10yoarolil girl In whose alleged do fenso Clatonoe S KQ ltllact th M man iliIrntr hon omlng ivaekc coma Jnltltod suicide by swallowing carbolic Held Causo was a lovers quarrel wxz HIS ROOM Took Life and Ran Away Said Mad Guest Who Posed as Guard Danville KyOn account of a do Inyed train which caused H O Voal guard at the Lakeland asylum near Louisville to tntsa connection for that point with Richard Offut an Insane prhranw trout Somerset Veal applied at the Danville Jail and asked to remain until morning Jailer Fitzger plaeeVeiland the jailer did not know the guard from tM prisoner lie showed the Rica a vacant bed in thin jail corridor and started for the door Veal was left In toe roar while Olfut the luna tie followed tko jailer outside and told him that he was the guard Odlaar FlUgerald showed him to the beat room ta his residence and introduced him to members of his family Warty In the morning the peat appeared at the jailers door and stated that hit room had taken life and walked away and that he had been looking all over to place for It The officer berara alarmed and rushed to the jail to find V al graaUy marcbMd over having been mistaken for the oraty man The lunatic WM taken Into Im mediate charge stud carried to lake land OH tile tint train Ha threw things right end left la Utgrttuom ha occupied CRIED OUT That He Was Murdered and Arnett Fell on the Ground Dead Balyersvllle MyTbe wont feud battle la the history of MegoiDa coun ty was fought about dusk on Middle Pork four miles eat of this place be tween be ItUnrs std Arnetta on one side sad the Outletta on the other The one dud Is Warner Arnett a farmer of Hendrlcks Clay Owllett of Middle Fork la totally womded John GulUtt and Laadr hisser are slight ly hurt Arnett was alfibfeed la the ban tile kalfe point barely loeehlntt tile heart but he died without telling who WM responsible for the kalfe thrust tt appears that sander Illaner aid Clay Oullett were engaged In A rrimU ly shotIng match willie a Number ot their friends Mood about siding with one or the other Others were In tho house tAlkmtc to the Klsnar girts Ar nU suddenly ran out of the Uotise crying that he WM killed and dropped dead 1st full view of the awi watcft beg ushooting Instantly hare wits a rush for goes awl soon nearly every on who ionlit secure n gun wiis Mot ImgTt4 t1tesiis Ni that the wonder Ieut Many more were set klllf LID MAY DE OFF Mayor Garth Louisville Makes Con oeitlont 10 Hotels ILmrtcrUI KIt looks very much Iht writ dHI lifted InlAuls yule wltfeta a very short Unto and that saloons would be selling drinks on Sunday on the quiet within two weeks Mayor Berth in an Interview says that hotels will be allowed to sell drinks with regular meals hereafter but they must be bonafid meals and not sandwiches Many regard tills as aa entering wedge whereby the d mlnUtrattou te to eom down gracefully and coon permit the sale ot liquors on the quiet on Sunday In all the saloons The saloon keepers affect to be dlspleued beoaHW of tile mayors order and say they regard it u wt fair that hotels sbotdd be allowed to sell whilst the ragHsarbani are closed Roth pay th some license fee and tblt chameasr of thf pit to the ealoon hi Ue Mm as to the hotel A meeting of tile Retail Uqaor Dealara 1rotoctlve association ass been calluJ to discuss Ike sltHBtlon COUNTY JUDGE Is Sued by a Former Legislator For Alleged Illegal Fees Central Cty KySuit lias hen filed by Dr T J Staton armombarof the laM legislature S Sparks former county judge tr ra cover about 1 1750 that Sparks li al lell1 tp have received In tRoe whllo he was In omco Sparks have been Instrumental Jn settling the railroad tax pt the county and WM allowed a fee ot 1QQO for nil services It Is also oJAluisd that be vita allowed about f76d aa road and bridge conunlBBloner Ttiaao allow aiioee are said to het Illegal earniGLouisville KyThe oflmpamtivi gt eroM rnlnn of the I 867IQ760iG40 Increase 106010 July 1 t4 lutes date this year MS 12576 tmme period lut year 4088012 Increase 113953 s Killed With a Drink statuIner by hitting hint dn Jho liKUl with a brisk after Jtirnar had hit hltfrwlth a pick handle Kentuchycofpppatlone Frankfort lCyt11e following new oryupansS UJ rt Incorporation articles W J to r lnmbor Co or Cam hell cay 10000 Blair Easentfal Oil Co Louisville 3000 Home and Fireside Co IoiilsvlllaJ57GOO 1 J NERVOUS PROSPERITYI Y 111 Doctor Tariff Itefonn You are a very sick man You ought to go straight to bed end take my medicine Unole SaNo I think not With exports for l 0 ot n7JUOI612 wlU Imports et lJtaM15f79 with a tat able trade blaD4 of tll14iJ3with bHaluaas boomlag with all lntxJro3tiidyed at tIll htghestwages ere knoUTj i dont lees to need allY tariff madlqln just how OC I TOO CONSERVATIVE FEAR tHAT BRYAN 13 NOT RAD ICAL ENOUGH FreeTrade Newspapers Worrying Lest He Shall Prove Too Safe and Sane In His Tariff Attitude I TIle fear Is expressed by some ot I the Democratic newspapers of the seaboard section tbat Mr Bryan Is UieIthunder about predatory wealth andI pitch Into the trusts but saga tho New York Time I Will Mr Ilryan make the tariff hit Issue or will he dodge It altogetherI t Will Jia have the courage to become the pemeorallo loader In an assault privilegeIsad trust oppressions I Of worse be will Ho must There 1s uuthlng else left far him to do The crime of 73 and the crown of thorns are no longon available I Neither will railroad ToguteUon anc1 trust abases suffice The party in power has been dalng quite a lot of hasIcombines without moddllne with the tariff en Imports Right here Is Mr Bryans Opportunity 116 will undoubtedly conloml that only haltway Moaiure have thus far been adopted and that the only way to deal with i predatory wealth and crush tho trusts Is to reform the tariff I Mr Bryan huts been a tariff reformer from the beginning of his po litical career He aided in reforming the tariff M a representative In con gresa In 1S94 Reforming tariffs is his long suit Few men can sur put him In tho ability to discover abases and Inequalities in nay tnria that protests The very feet that a tariff Is preteaUv ta to him proof pos urn of abuses and latquaHU- We1 think It will turn out that the free trade newspapers of tile end rays aeuntry aro worrying needless lyjboul Mr Bryaus orthodoxy on the question ot tariff reform It may be that he will disappoint solder ot these hot gospellers In tho moderation of his phraseology Quite noeslbly he will deollno to ropoat the blunders of- tJlrOViOUs campaigns and adopt pro robb jy as his keynote If so provo shrewder than his critics Cpmmon sense and common tact ore tho newt of tho hour accord ing to John Sharp WJUlnms Mr Bryan Is not blind to that nQed Ills guarded and ponsorvntlO oxproisldnsr- iegardlnB the tAriff to the recent Ku topean output of matter for American publication showy that ho Is wise to hits Job It may lot bo a safer or a saner Bryan that Is coming back to us but beyond a doubt it Is a more tactful Bryan Theta will belie free trade Inscriptions upon the Demo cratic battle Hags of IDS Tariff ro form Instead will be the ipllylng cry It wbuld of course amount to the I same thlnrf In tho event of the else tariffii vongeanco formed out of It Then for common sense and conraoR tact otiW soI longer oxlafc Oryan wpUWi Urea be In tho open what ho now IB under cover I the rlenUo ton of protectlen and tho devoted friend of free trade I For declamatory purposes and as an tssve the tariff will serve for the Domoornta In the coming campaign but Jhe ItppuUllcnns will stand pat end Jet web eitqush atom The sliver issue nccgrdlnsi to IIr Ilryanttenot dbattt blltthu 5 1iio tea lJc 1IU1 tfit14iJtOdbel koiif on ics A IMPARTIAL TARIFF IMPERATIVE It Is the Only Kind That the United States Can Afford to Have A dispatch from Washington repents the nonsensical statement that the German tariff situation Is ex tremely embarrassing to the state do partment because there Is little hope that congress will legislate so as t- ln1lke It possible for Secretary Root up to Inducements held out to which resulted In the tern porary extension to this country by Germany of Hs minimum tariff rates pending a readjustment of the CUB toms regulations No one with any knowledge ot the situation would have written such stuff as the above It is Inconceivable that Secretary Root pr any one oleo connected with the IItntedpartment should have offered Inducements to Germany of the kind suggested for the simple reason that such aetlon would have been an un warranted Interference of an crcou Live dopnrlmont with tho lawmaking powerAt ime since the threat was put fprth tiy German Interests of a a tariff war against the United States Jail there been any reason to believe that thin country would recede from Its position of treating all nations alike It Is true that A noisy eon tangent of American tree traders who believed that tho bluffing tactics of Germany would prevail persisted in asserting that we wore scared and would make an concession demand ed by the Germans but no one attached any importance to what they said Germany certainly did not for she practically receded from her po slUon which she knew might create R situation which could easily havo been made Intolerable for her and It Is likely If we may judge from the expressions ot such experts as Herr Dtteclc that she will take time In Which to fully consider tho possi tie outcome of a tariff war oonBlderaII we adhere to our refusal to modify our tariff regulations in tho manner urged by Germany The manufac tuners of that country complain that our Inqulsltivenoas on the score of prices Is highly offensive to them end they nrg9 that we should accept their invoices without challenge lint in view lot tho notorious system of un dervaluation practiced it would be Impossible to comply with such a request It would be unfair to do sons It would place tho honest Importer nt thp morcy of his dishonest rival The United StAte can afford to ad minister Its customs laws in no other way titan with strlcl lmpartlallty San Francisco Chronicle Would De Unpardonable Staggering as It Is from the furore over tho packing Industry for thq cat tlo growing business to be further crippled through a reduction of the tariff on hides would be unpardonable It will nt beet bo slow te recover front the publicity that has been given theIgive After all It Is on tho producer of live stock that the cost will fall Such today are between the upper and nethor gIndstonea of congress and the packers Donver Republican H Is ptedlSflK to sat that Mr Bryan In mistaking stubbornness for con sistency is practically turning tl o presidency over to tho Ilepubllcan part again giving It a walkover In 1008 as It bud In 1800 1900 and 1901 Ills statement has already distinctly clouded Uwflocratlo prospect Iq tho ansr salQual campaign net faland has helped to makQ ppaslbjerso large aR lb house wlllibeown will New Yorti World THE RICH YOUNG RUDER Sunday School Lesson torAuj25 1906- SpacUUr Prepared for This Piper J LESSON TKXTlIark 101731 Mom Ory VfTftcm n XI CIOIDEN TKXTJf any man will come after me let him Llmelf and toile up hit cross and follow meMatU IIJI aUrlutlnduringJeayscmiTCim EI1LNC15S Copt Iltlltllftwrerthe commandment to eternal life expression nr tile Ueawttly lira arw 151 fhrlit llttfl came ui n the attainment of this char actor Juhn IUi 16 511 640 Rt Ias nnitICxniRiJfO liar atMU etc Arts 4JIti SoloI icon Kccte The kind of rewards for I olatt1rraoRom in S Cor I1T Hev S7 11 17 m2512 21 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 17 One came He was a rich and educated young man one of tho rulers of the local synagogue Ho was Irv earnest for he came running courageous for ho came openly and was also humble and respectful Eternal life This le the life of God which Is Implanted In our hearts as wo begin to truly love hIm V 18 Why cnllost thou me good1 Jesus does not decline tho good but demand that aflllolluUonI use it shall state on what applies It to him Nose God Only God IB perfectly good and he Is the source of all good new In njpn If thou wilt enter Into life keep tho commandments and when the youth asked Which 1 evi dently fancying that Jesus referred to some new command the Master re plied In the words of V 19 V 10 Tho Commandments Don t etc Jesus gives a free render lag of the commands of what we term the Second Tablo of the Decalogue V20 All those have I kept Ho had been honest virtuous respectable all his life V SI Jesus looked upon the young man with the lovelight In his oyos lie not only loved him as God loves all men but esteemed him because of his many excellent qualities Ono thing thou lackost Jesus will try to supply what Is lacking but It Is a heart pooa aion hence the young man must voluntarily accept the measures which will bring It to him Soli give Jesus saw that this young mans worldly riches wore artferosslng his attention and making him so self ish that love was crowded out of his heart hence ho asked him to lay these hindrances aside Who loves Josus truly will gladly place all he has at bk disposal and put away his worldly weauh or use It as Gods steward Como follow me With Intense love Jesus says to the young tan Come with me 1 have laid aside riches for they would hinder mrwork for men Love as I love Give to mon as I am giving mV olf And then your goodness will become godllnoss and your treasure be laid up la heaven for your character Will bo godlyV He went away grieved Ills xmntonance fell He loved his riches and felt that they wore a great good which he could not sacrifice Ho had groat possessions It was their bold upon his heart which made them a hindrance to him VSI SaUlt unto bis disciples Ho turned to them with a sad disappoint ed look drawing upon them for sym pathy How hardly shall they that save riche outer into the kingdom of Heaven How difficult it Is fur the rich to becomq Christians V 24 Disciples worn astonished They had thought and rightly that deeds were a great blessing a token f Gods favor they weto astonished when the danger lurking benoath hem WM pointed out Y15HGmel so through the eye of i necdleAn extravagant expression o denote an Impossibility VS7 With mdn impossible with 3od possible The very fact that we sannut Save ourselves nor escape the nany dangers which beset us in this lie helps us the more readily to ac Copt Josus as our Saviour V 28 Lo wo havo loft all Poor tad the other apostlos had loft their Ishlng boats tholr counting booths whatever placoa of business they had previously occupied and given tliemgelves to acdompShylng Jesus hail aiding hint in every posylblo way In hicwork V29 No man hath left house etc otue or all of these had been sacrtp- jelwl by most of tho apostles boo above For my sake and the eoaiiolV Uecauso of devotion to Jesus ant desire to further the work of spreading hip gospel- V 10 Alt hundredfold nowfK Not literally a hundred house di broth ers etc but that which shall bring a hundred times lilt much heart cats faction and reel blessing Vdi Many first mst Indj last first For many conditions be reversed Practical Points V 17 Llhe this young man wo should seek eternal life by seeking loins earnestly humbly poiwlatetitly Jar 2913 V 18 In our God Is the perfection of every vlrtueEx 1511 V 20 The righteousness which np pears fair to our own eyes may wear a different aspect In the sljht ot God and our feHownieiu Isa 616 j V20 Who hr a dlyldddheartftndj uoHruo jo vinnywheral iijlnUvitS2a 3- gtltat V2S BiCbeal put anrtfaailn t rllllIe 1tJmn hiza jo llreal cQU Itlonto 32T MRS JENKINS AND HER TWINS A Tragic Tale of the Work In One House of the Demon Rum Your daughter needs a tonic Mrs Wells salt the puysfclan when called to prescribe for Alice the only dnugh tor of the beautiful homo She was not sick only run down since tho oxcltoment consequent to her final ex aminations and her subsequent gradu ation Port wino he continued Is perfectly harmless and will tone up system and In a mouth work a great change So the port wine was purchased and given as directed and with seemingly excellent results Sueh pleasant medicine Alice pronounced It and a second supply was bought and after that was gone Alice bought some more without her moth arcs knowledge and every time sho was without it site had such an all pone feeling that site thought shoImust have some more So nil the following winter when tho flusfron her cheuk WM such a rich crimson anti the sparkle in her eyes so bright nono dreamed that much of it was brought there by the tonIc so often taken and skillfully hidden frt in the mother Iso truKtwd her so completely And lHoward Jenkins a most worthy young man with a paying business f asked her hand In marriage having already won her heart her parents consent was freely given and nono dreamed that down In a corner of her trunk when she went on her wedding Journey was safely packed a bottle of port wino At last she herself began to tee tbat she was becoming a slavo tothe habit and she reiolntely oughtvIt and none but herself knew how sore was the Battle but she con quored for a time at least till one day her husband came home and found her suffering from a chill so h said Ilrfix you some medicine anjl prepared a dose ot Jamaica ginger which she took and to the old demon was aroused within her and she took dosa after dose till It was all gone and then bought more port wine After a while two beautiful babies were born them twine a boy and a girl and as she was frail and weak tho physician sanctioned liar taking port wine to build her up Sho took It more and i more often until at last the fact could no longer be disguised from the loving k oyes ot the husband or thg sneering r4 ones of the servant that she was veryIoften far under the Influence of 4 awful stimulant Sometimes It madeiher gay and hilarious and at stupid and foolish She tried once more to tight tho appetite but It had takon deepor root than before till at lest one awful day the husband anti l father was summoned Irom his place of business to find his house on flre a his wife terribly burned tho charred body ot his baby girl taken from the lire and only the baby boy unharmed When Alice recovered from her burns she told how she bad taken more wino than usual and had fallen asleep with the babies at her side anti awakened to find tho Ore raging and 11 the one baby past help A saddened remorseful woman she again took her place in her home and never did an other drop of anything containing al Cobol pass her lips When her hus t bind sought to comfort her she would say fu heartrending tones Oh If I could only undo the past and bring riiy baby back And then she would add If only you had not glen me that Jamaica ginger 1 believe I never would have cared for tho port wIno again tier husband would tell her that they lint their boyjeft and they would plan as to how carefully they would bring him up and never let hlnti I taste any of the awful stuff and dared to hope ha row up to be a com fort to them In after years The boy Ralph by name was very bright and a flue scholar but of avery nervous temperament When lie was 17 ho had pneumonia and at the crisis of the disease the physician said 10 could not live unless he gore him alcoholicipstimulants to tide ura dyer So + against the wishes of tire parents the nurse acted according to the physi clans ordara and gave the stimulant Ho recovored but the very demons of hell seamed aroused within him In a thirst for liquor a thirst that would not bo denied and tight attar night he was brought home a tSnlzod par oats drunk They Sent hint to curca and Inebriate asylums with but tem lOral recover and this verdict ot etch physician was Ho seems to Tiavo Inherited the appetite It seems to bo a vary part of his bono and Issue And the mot or sold Yes ho- Inherited the appetite rpm roe At last he sinned to hart lost nil will power and unjeis stupolled from the effects of liquor would become first moody and sulky and afterward threatening and dangerous until at met after bavlag more than ono at taoJcof dtllrluntetrenjeng his reason seemed wholly gone It was found aecosqaty to send him to an asylum fat tho Incurably insane and thonyha Is now a wretched hopeless maniacal 28 while his father and mother sure wretched than he alt by their desolate hearth sarrsaadd by every luxury that mosey tan buy yet old before their Ume And more sorrowful than tongue can tell So thojr say tom lrell cur story to thj world write it e that nViet by1 hyslclansrirjre9crlptlon o- rtb l tie tr aVm fot 8h tS Sulfur d woliml 6uhW9yWiMaMM Joel O Tmaey InNatUnal Ailvocata I vr 090909090909Q909Q9090909090909090909090909090909099 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else f oo 0 Ro eontiroilene pibtliked unltu tljaed la full by the writer The DameoU not tor publication but al an trUence of good faith Writ plainly o 0 OOOoooaoooooaoooOOuuwvwvw MADiSOn COUNTY mo HILL Aug 20John Cornolison or Sholby county visited Mr nud Mrs Jim Wonthore Friday nightMr anti Mrs T J McKeohan and daughter Minerva spoilt Sunday with Mr and Mrs Kiah McKeehan of Motostirs Hipsher and two daughters of Lexington have been visiting her brother Philip Hayes and other relatives at this place for several days Flora Green and Minerva MeKeehau were in Berea Saturday in the afternoon Elihu Biug ham is now in Dayton OhloDr Hockoda of Silver Crook purchased a oleo hog from Mat Green recently Mr and Mrs Joe fleece spout Sunday with Mr and Mrs N D Casteel Nathan Casteel and Mat Green went to Richmond Saturday and purchased load of watermel oURMrs Pigg received word Sunday that her brother Mr Drum brack was shot and killed at McKee Saturday evening MOTE Aug 20James Hubbard Jr aged 23 years died near here of eon sumption lIe was sick some six weeks but through all that time he showed groat patience and fortitude He was held in high esteem bynIl who know him The parents and one sister have the sympathy of many friends Last Sunday at 10 oclock Myrtle the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Egbert Lewis passed away She was sick only one week The people the vicinity deeply with the family in Cho- irbereavementDollieMoody of Kingston who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Lucy M Sayers of Win chester has returned homo Lucy Noe of Paint Lick is visiting her sis ter Mrs G W Moody of Kingston Joe Lawson of this place is visit ing his sister Mrs Ella Davis of IndianaReported by Mary J Jackson DKEYFUS Aug 20Rev James Parsons filled his regular appointment at the Bapt let Church Saturday and Sunday Beulah Rubbles who has had typhoid fever for some time is slowly Im proving Marlon Sandlin and Steven Hurdloy have returned from Hamil ton OMr and Mrs Ed Baker have a fine boyAmos MCCollum of Burley has been visiting relatives here the post week Lewis Sandlin and wife attended church here Sunday Nora Standifer returned to herhome In Richmond after an extend ed visit with her aunt Mrs Owen Rose Bose Lain Is moving to his new home at Blue Lick Mrs Nannle Yates and daughters of Kingston visited Mr and Mrs Link NIcklson Saturday and Sunday James Baker of Borea visited home folks Sunday w P Sandlln of Richmond attend ed church hero SundayMrs Dock Todd Is very poorly and her daughter Is sick with typhoid fevercandls Dewy was the guest of Maggie Hur ley Sunday Bessie Hays of Berea visited her grandmother Mrs Ann Hudson Saturday and SundayMr- and Mrs Lewis Johnson of Berea visited Mrs Johnsons father Mr Lovl Klmberlaln Aug 20We hope the rjcople will not forget the dedication of the Baptist Church the fourth Sunday In this month Everybody come and bring a lunch basket J C Powell is In Jackson county this week on bus lressF M Jones and wife were the guests of W B Baker Sunday Bertha and Nannie Ogg visited their aunt Mrs Llllle Carpenter of Crooks yule Saturday and Sunday JACKSON COUNTY ill ltnv KNOll Aug1B Gaywho has been absent 8 weeks attended Sunday school at Korby Knob on Sunday Myrtle Click who has been ill for three weeks is slowly recovering Walter Click attended church at Clover Bot tom Sunday Molly Pearson was the guest of Laura and Nannie Hat field SundayNannle Click who was teaching at Hickory Plain is ill F with typhoid feverGordie Dean and Mr and trs Henry Click took dinner with Jim Click on Sunday ey Charlie Abrams was able to visit his brother at Lexington last week Yearv Ang 10 People are all busy hauling here Sarah Ely who loft I Kentucky about two years ago is visiting her friends at Hugh Rob ert Hale and W R Benge wont to McKee Saturday on business Ver non Ely Robert Baker Messrs Alox nuder Harris and Anderson were en tertained at W R Bongos Sunday Steve Eagles family and Mrs Manda Bongo spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Robert Beuge Mr Lloyd and Carrie Hale who have been sick are able to be out again Stevo Engles baby is sick George Bongo attended a box sup per Saturday evening at Cave SprfngsMr and Mrs Alex Perry are visiting at Clover BoUomJ A Parks and family and Mr and Mrs Tom Click were in Borea on Sunday George Bongo visited friends White Station Sunday W 1 Mr Sabin and Margaret Azbill have gone to Ohio but are expected to return soonWe would be very much pleased to see another from J R Bongo now III Texas The following resolutions were adopted by the Teachers Institute of Jackson County In session at McKee Aug C to 10 and ordered printed In the Citizen- I Resolved That we desire to ex tend our thanks to the citizens of McKee and vicinity for the hospital tty and kindness toward us and for the Interest manifested by them in the work of the Institute- II That we extend our thanks and express our gratitude for the genial and kind manner In which our able Instructor Professor Eubank has con ducted our Institute III That we express our apprecia tlon for the kind sympathetic and Impartial manner In which our efficient Superintendent II F Minter has presided over the session of this InstituteIV we desire to express our warm appreciation for the valuable aid rendered by the Principal and Teachers ot the Academy at this place especially for tho beautiful and Inspiring music to which we have been treated- V That we express our hearty thanks for the presence of Professor and Mrs Dlnsmore during the latter part of this Institute VI That we take a just pride In tho fact that the moral and Intellect ual standard of teaching has been very much advanced In the last few yours and that we pledge our Indi vidual and collective efforts for Its further advancementJ L W K JONES L W HARRISON Committee ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Aug Allen McICIazle moved to Vhlleb Station Monday Rev J W Lambert and Tom Wren coiled on friends at Wlldle Sunday J It Janibort was In Berea Monday Bet tie Ioyntor is very sick Nora Coyle Is on the sick list- CLAY COUNTY 11UUNINO SritlNOS Aug 20The Burning Springs graded school is progressing very nicely All the students seem to take groat delight in being at the head of their S8C8Mlas E E Haupt is now visiting friends in Burning Springs Everyone is glad to have her back once more She is making her headquarters at Miss Hangen s Miss Haupt taught at Burning Springs last year and was loved by all who knew her and bymany of those who hadonly heard of herIror and Mrs Marsh were the welcome guests of Prof and Mrs Brook Sunday Aug G Dr Cook of Boren College preached a very interesting sermon in Burning Springs lost Sunday Miss Emma J Haagen gave a social Friday even ing Aug 17 in honor of Miss E E Haupt of Cleveland Ohio The del egation from Burning Springs was very large All who went seemed to have a great timoRev Collins of Island Creek preached a very intcr esting sermon here Saturday night tho subject being The Barley Cake The crowd was very large and all seemed to give close atten tion for they wanted to learn more about the famous barley cakeJuo D Rawlins has recently purchased a number of sheep Mario Cold iron is the guest of Dr and Mrs Hornsby this week Pitching quoits is the leading game at Burning Springs Every boys rives to be the cham pion pitcher and thus make the game very interesting Charlie Thompson was the guest of Elsie Buckner FridayBurning Springs was honored with a grand street parade a few weeks ago The streets were not paraded any farther south than tho Central ExchangoEmmit- and Jack Bawling and George Mo Creary are gone on a three weeks trip to south of Boonevillo Ky They are erecting a new telephone linoJno D Rawlings has purchased two fine black mules and ho now owns tho nicest team in this place Election passed off very quietly the vote being 01 to 75 in favor of Hon D C Edwards Tho Sunday school is progressing very nicely a large number being en rolled Martin McCreary a prom ising young school teacher has boon somewhat sick for the past few days but is better nowNelson Jarelt and Letitia Rico both of this place were married a few weeks ago Their many friends unite in wishing them joyR G Webb wellknown hero was called away to London Ky last week but is expected to return soon Mrs Amon Brock is suffering somewhat with nerve trouble Prof Brocks school organized a literary society this week with Nancy E Brock an president and Gilbert W Rowlings vicepresident M a 1 1 ie Penuington of Williamsburg Ky is spending a vacation at this place She is staying at Mrs Joe Rawlings r LAUREL COUNTY LONDON Aug Gllrs Dr J P Green and little daughter left Tuesday for Junc tion City for a few days to visit Mrs Greens parents Mrs J It Azbill wllOlhasaccompanying her homo for n weeks visit May Eversolo of Owslcy County la spending a few days with her cousin Stella Evcrsole Mr and Mrs John H Jackson will move to their farm recently purchased between Danvlllo and Stamford about the first of the year J W Lockrldgo having purchased the beautiful residence of Mr Jackson hereDr and Mrs J 11 Mason visited relatives at Hazel Patch SundayIrs Marla Jack son who has been visiting relatives In California for several weeks will return home tile lost of the week Mr and Mrs MeOulla Fitzgerald left Wednesday for a two weeks visit to Niagara FallsA Joyful party was given by little Florence Lewis Mon day afternoon In honor of her guest Mary Johns of Lexington Mr and Mrs Hundley were visiting relatives at Keavy this county Sunday Mr and Mrs II C Thompson told their family are preparing to move to their beautiful home which they recently purchased In Winchester London so ciety will feel the loss of ouch mem ber of this famllyMrs Ed Melvin was visiting at the home of Mr nail Mrs McCalla Fitzgerald during tho week leaving for her homo In Tcnn OWSLEY COUNTY JIOONKVILLK Aug 13Lots of rain and corn Is looking flue Andrew Rosa of Berea organized a Sunday school at theschool house on Wolfe creek where Oscar Clark Is touching May Ever sole Is visiting at London this week Hon John D White of Manchester spoke to a large crowd at the court house hero Saturday evening Ho Is a candidate for congressman from this district It Is thought D C Ed wards will carry this county by a good majorItYJ a Rowland o t Major U building an addition to his eveninglittleB Peudergroiis was thrown from a painful tended hllILH H Peltuy and A M Rosa visited Arch Clark last week They are very enthusiastic workers for the Sunday schools In Owaley this summer CLIMAX Aug OWe have Just had a big rain there has been more rain In thl knownfor andIswaInCompany1Von business Mrs Nettle Shepherd Is now with her mother Mrs S A Holt LoxIngton UnloIsParkle Scott lea his new kitchen nearly finishedtoad working U the order of the day and the roads ire much better Every man ought to RevWschool house Aug ltoThe school at withShermauonrolledRevDilard nudSundaychurch for about sixteen years WJ tolollhonopolesreturned from Hamilton Mr and Abneynnd SundayRoblrtShearer oflJoonereportedthat quiteiiiIJIHIVT ANT McGuirePayne SaturdayDella Shearer la ofJohnottaand Sunday with home tolkalIr DorenWedneUockfordSaturday Hastyssister famllvisitedSaturdayPaynelO8tAbneySundayA byRevPayne and family spent Sunday evening with G V Owens MrsRebecca Abney spent Sunday night with Mrs Fanny Abnny Thomas Evans and family left for Hamilton UIJenry Abney has gone to Hamilton to work Bargain In Rent Pretty four room cottage garden 100x 100 feet on Prospect street 5RO per month B P Ambrose Prospect street Boron K- yBARGAINS MealO5c perbushol Granulated Sugar Co per lb Flour 40o to OOo per sack Boat Bacon Ho per lb Salt SOopor 100 lbs Good Coffee 12 Jo and 1Go perlb All other goods at the lowest poe Bible pricesM D SETTLE Big Hill Ky I e r NEWS IN A NUTSHELL The largo kitchen at tho national loldlors homo near Hampton Va was completely destroyed by fire Tho Pulojano insurrection In the island of Samar Philippine Islands II believed to fco about stamped out In connection with the attempt on the life ot Oov Qn Skulkm at War saw 31 arrests have been made on suspicion Democratic london of Kansas are trying to secure the participation ot William J Bryan In the coming state campaignPaul Stonaland defaulting president of tho Milwaukee Avenuo State bank of Chicago U thought to have been In Colusa CaL- M Salmis who OM prime minister to Greece In 1901 has been appointed governor of Crete In succession tq Prince Qeorgo of Orccco A western Ohio Interurban car Jumped the track while going at full speed at Crldorevlllo 0 killing three persons and Injuring over 20 Tho managing director of tire Tan ganylka Railroad company writes to tho London Times denying that John D Rockefeller la financing tho railway The secretary of tho treasury has Instructed the treasurer that when un able to moot all demands for small bills to send ones and twos In prefer once to firea- ArtlclM of Incorporation woro filet In South Dakota for tho Sioux City Plorro ft Northwestern railway The lino Is to run front Sioux City to Pierre thence to Minneapolis Floods In Arizona and southern parts of California I a result of cloudbursts have completely tied up the transContinental linN of the Santa Fo and Southern PactBaron Rosen tho Ilusstan ambassa dor informed the state department that the Russian government will use Its navy to prevent the Importation of explosives and flroarms lute Russia Bovoro thunderstorms and hall storms occurred in many pars of Austria and Hungary A great deal of snow fell la tho Alps and many tourists aro snowed up In shelter huts It Is announced that the Santa oo railway has voluntarily granted Ita 1 000 telegraph operators Chicago to El Paso an Increase of wages averag Ing about four dollars a man effective at once A string of can escaped from Uu Cheyenne freight yards and was itruck by a northbound freight trait from Denver Tho engine and nine of the cars wore demolished Alex Uesalek the engineer was eoaldod to death Released Outlaw Rearrested Lansing Kan Aug SIFour ntf1Jo bon of an outlaw gaUR that for soy- oral years terrorized southern MIs sourl nod the northern portion of the Indian territory James Blackburn A D Kelloy Jamoa Wallace and Nlctu Ins Gardner wore roarruitod here at the poultenUnry gabs from which they hind Just boon released They rill Do taken to Dent county Missouri where they arc wanted for alleged complicity In a robbery committed sic years ago Lake Freighter Ashore Duluth MIWL Aug J2Tbo steam er Frank II Poavuy ot tho Peavoj Itoamshlp company one ot the larK eat of tho lake freighter la hard ashore M Gooseberry river on the north iboro about CO miles from Duluth A hoary tog prevailed at this end of Lako Superior and she lost hey course going In ebortly after midnight Several paisongora aro on board but In no danger THE MARKETS Grain Provisions EtcC- hICACo Aug It FJounEIuJ Spring wheat spalsl- brands tl9OSini MlnnenoU hard patent jute HOOOilO straight export bag HMMOO clear export bad a M0oaads WlIUATUaevcn September 70H IHo May TUWWSHo COKNUuIL floptornber O4IUo May 4414cOATSDull September JWOo December 23liu4e UUTTKIl Btwulx Creamery per lb Yfitlo dairies liaiseIXJOfl Urtn UtoiOi eggs at mArk new earn Inclutlml U io per duc n prime Crate MHo extra JHe LIVE IDULrnr steady Turkeys- per Ib sec oblokeoa fowl per lb llo ducks 11QI11o New York Auc H- FIXDUrU Quiet and unchanged 7lQ7l1cDecemberRYE NonUnai No I we tern do nora nal Co L t New York COIIN Dull nod without transaction Live Stock Cblcagor Aug II CATTLBOood to fancy steer p4TtQ- LieI common to good steers M60Q6TS In tenor to common steer U6XiH60 west ern range steer HOOQSPO goat to fancy owi and heifer N75UMi yearling good to choice HCfrQOO fair to choice feeders J175UIII good cutting to fBII- beet cows L10QLW i fair to choice stocker tl000SMi bulla common to good tits 04Wi bully good to choice M1031W calvee fair to good HOOQCOO calves ood to choice HUO7CC IIOOS Good to choice butcher HlU Ito good to choice shipping HU1OTH load to choIce heavy mixed iafetl636- rough to heavy packer fSSOQ4OOi light mixed W804W48 fall to fancy light JS50 rttO good to prime heavy l30it146- good to choice pille isecxioas Omaha Neb Aug U CATTLBUorket boat steady others tower Native steer flQXI cows and better tlOOHaOOt western ateora 1K9 U61 Texas steers 11009419 cases and betters JOOGt5 canners ftE08f7Si stockers and Seeders UratSl5I i calve 10097B bulls and tag 1000400 HOCI8Market weakedto 8O10o lower leavr I57MW 6 JS83SSO salepigs K00 0 bulk of =0- 5EirBBP Market steady ILK4tCOGiwthrel4JI j ewes ken 5 I prkrrpkltssrkKpKrurtIrrrr RrMat O KrrrkrrrrprrptpYpKptkpMYYtetY I 0 WHO SAID GROCERIES 0 kSilo ought to have snid it through the telephone No 33 0 or have called in person and talked on tho subject to v W D LOGSDONrWhen you want good things at low prices Dos the man tto talk with j 20 pounds Granulated Sugar 100 v Try a Sack of I urel rFlour Best on Karth 65 5 White Rose Flour per Sack Co j ia Pint Cups 20 J5L Best Rubbers for Fruit jars per Dozen 05cS Best Fruit Jar Caps per Dozen 25 g- K All kinds of Fruit Jars and everything right at jf I V- f I Logsdons UptoDate Grocery 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