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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ooooooaoooooooo 0 S BEREA PUBLISHING CO ooSIAlenrl atlAc 1oIIofIjIIN m Ayasceond 0 d4N U 0 I a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 80 Ono Dollar a Year NO l JllolII lo o by lrlIII Ih Mr I I r iloflofl nnro nn or hood thin vin the to ted A If iooll00lolloeoeoloolooolo1rrldrnl what eunt atrt hat ukr to errrthtne aw- irrrryldy FROM THE WIDE WORLD- In HtiHuia and inunler In Incrwuting tyrnnU nn getting wind they iltvwrve hut it will not nail novor onn help tilt common people much to KII rid of thoir tyrants by mtmioring them Last Sntunlny thirty two pen+ons woro killed by n tomb which was thrown with the IIOJKJ of killing tho Prime Minmtor Slolyi in who wonpod On Sunday nn year old girl Mho sell killed Get Min who unit bawl n cruel foe to tho rerolulfoniMR sad liwl Doown her Imil poople killed by wholwtnlo in Monoow bocnnne they carried rams Alxnit the mine time two men who had n dynamite bomb with which to kill the Own woro disco orcul In his palnco grounds In time to nnro tho wmjwrors lifo On Mottdny tho noting Governor Qonornl of Wnr mw Linrliaraki was killed Thoro I jTrrat the New Clmpil n between armed rebellion and tnurdor Itobollion against wrong may bring about n righting of thin wrong and mako property moro hllpplorJiltinals oven though it may remove enemies of thin people who richly do j servo death hurts tho people more i than it holly them for it makes them criminal in character makes nil lifo and property unsafe and law weak and i owerloss In Cuba Pino Gnorra with a band i of perhaps two Ihouwuul men is try dug lo overthrow the present govern mont there Tho situation is rather sorious but tho rebels will probably bo put down On August 27 President Roose volt issued n proclamation asking Amoricaus lo send aid to Valparaiso anti Santiago III Chill South Amer lea which Into sulfured such lord r l Idle losses from tho earthquake Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for n month or morn can got somo nt U II Chrismaus Fur nituro store f 5 7c rt THE CITIZEN HAND WORK AND HEAD WORK best farmer not always the man of greatest The best household manager is not always the who can do most lifting me the man or woman who can think and plan good farmer has foresight He selects seedcorn He keeps up his fences He dry fire He shelters his stock good housekeeper works with both and hands She keeps a scrapbook with good and recipes for cooking for repairing clothes for care sick She remembers her past success and failure so can avoid making the same mistake twice And does a piece of work it is done neatly and thor Education pays on the farm just as well as town Watch Out for the farmers and housekeepers courses offered by Bcrca College and come the Farmers In to be held in Bcrca next October IAN HI IIOONI ol 111i llnrly life nod Ilnlnc In Krnlurky ThK MouMtt In St Nkheta Boono will always occupy place in our history as tho of thin hunter and wilder Ho was n true pio andstood tho head of that Indianlighters gamohunl forest follow and backwoods who generation after gnu pushed wiwlnrnrd thin bonier from the Alloghanios Pacific As ho himself said an instrument ordained of settle thin wilderness Horn ho drifted south in North Carolina and settled wins then tho extreme fron Thoro ho married built n log and hunted chopped trees thin ground like any other frontiersman Thin Allegheny Mountains still marked n boundary boyond which the settlors dared not go for west of them lay immonso reaches of frowning fotost uninhab ited save by hands of warlike laid aims Occasionally some venture The heck in the Court HOUK t some hunter or trapper penetrated this immense wilderness and turned with strange stories ofwhat ho hind soon and don- aInl709Boouo excited by these vague and wondrous tales dolor mined to orals the mountains and clllImlou nmnnar of laud it was that lay beyond With a few chosen companions ho sot out musk gloomyforORho nt last emerged into tho beautiful and fertile country of Kentucky for which in nftor years the rod men and tho white strove with such obsti unto fury that II grow lo be called Iho duck and bloody ground nut when first saw it it was n fair and smiling land of groves and glades and running waters whore than open forest grow tall and beauti fulantisvhoro innnmornblo herds of game grazed wandering ceaselessly to mid fro along tho they lend trodden duriug countless generations anyluc1innroving warparties and hunting parties who camo from among tho- savage nations living north of tho Ohio or south of tho Tennessee A roving warparty stumbled upon ono of Boouos companions and killed him and tho others then loft Boono but his brother canto out to him and tho two spent tho winter togeth or Solffoliant fearless and pos sessed of groat bodily strength anti hardihood thoy cared little for tho loneliness Tho teeming myriads of gamo furnished abundant fool the herds of shnggymatiod and nobloanllorod elk limo of door and limo numerous black boars wore all ready for the rifle and they worn bold and easily slain The wolf and Iho cougar too sometimes fell vie k1i I e L22 2i2 tons to tho prowoftfl of tho two huntors At Union thoy nlopt In hollow trees or in some bush lonnto of their own thoyfenroelcamping plnco every night and niter making a lire would go oil a milo or two in tho woods lo sloop Surrounded by bruto and human foes thoy owed their liven to their sleepless vigilance their koon senses their eagle oyofl and their resolute hearts When tho spring came and tho woods woro white with tho dogwood blossoms anti crimsoned with tho redbud Jloonofl brother loll him and Daniel remained for months alone in tho wilderness Then the brother came back again with a party of hunters and other parties likewise camo in to wander for months and years through tho wilderness and they wrought hugo heron among the vast herds of game In 1771 Boone returned to his homo Two years later ho started to load a party of settlers to tho now country but while passing through tho frowning dollies of Cumberland Gap thoy were attacked by Indians I Kninuu haute Now yard lUchmond Ky roo what Boono bands and driven bocktwo of Boonos sons being slain In 1775 however ho made another attempt and this attempt was successful Tho Indians attacked the nowcomors but by this time tho parties of wouldbo settlers wore sufficiently numerous to bold their own They boat back the In dians nud built rough little hamlets surrounded by log stockades at Boonesborough and Harrodsburg nnd tho permanent settlement of Kentucky lord begun passedbyconflicts Ho was a loader among solllcrs both in peace and in war At ouo timo ho represented iur tho House of Burgesses of Virginia at another time ho was a member of parliomentitself frontier militia Ho tined tho land and ho chopped the troos himself ho helped build time cabins and stockades with his own hond tho longhandled lightheaded frontier ax as skillfully as other frontiersmen did His main business was that of surveyor for ills knowledge of the country and his ability to travel through it in spite of danger from Indians created much demand for his service among people who wished to lay oil tracts of wild land for their own future use But whatever ho did and wherever ho wont ho had to bo sleeplessly on tho watch for his Indian foes When ho and his follows tilled tho slump dottod fields of corn ono or moro of the party wore always on guard with rio at savagesWhengesses ho carried his long rifle and traversed roads not a milo of which was free from the danger of Indian attacks iContlnuol on Sixth Itge W Chief Contents of This Number IAOK ONE Wmttier Report Ill M- lFrom tlin Wide Wurlil KtlltorlulWllli llnnil orllrml Dnnlrl JliMine lljr Tlmmlorn Itmwrvclt lIelfll ge ruingWorkoMlifiMmlel HchmiUIljr Rapt Kd wants IAOK TWO IiMtm A Young Blnnn Entry HorlnlTlte ClmfliTH 1AOH llerrnmul Vicinity Collrgn items Lyceum Cou mo Kilucntlon and Opportunity PA ai FOUR Comment Next from Ilvcryulinro Temperance Notes IAlli FlVlii Fnnii niut flnnlrn Hiindny School Ixwoon 1ACJK SIX The Horn llMiofSimroTIm The 8clioolIewl Practical Arithmetic The Minn IJmtwr Neck In Poultry HI- vrr in Mt farming Eighth Kentucky history Proolilent Frtmt In Concord IAOK SEVEN Recent State News Political Tnlk- Children Deportment Tim Hero A SIlo lun Four Mulch Trick Inn KIOHT- Knlern Kentucky Corrxuponilenrn Ijitnil Mnrkrt Ileportn In Our Own Country- Cotnntonwrnill of Kentucky Cont ut an ttlumtlon letter from Ileprtwentntlvo dnlitinnl r Swretnry flninlile Who knows the students before they come EREA COLLEGE OPENS SEP12 Skotches of its Work that will Interest Citizen Readers Work of Tim Model Schools By Supt T A IWwatxU Judging from many letters of in quiry received recently I believe that tho work which the Model Schools does for its students is not well un dotstood Tho purpose of this article in to clear dp any wrong impressions which may be in tho minds of any of our friends who are thinking of coming lo Borea to attend school Tho Model Schools have eight grades covering all the work in the common brunches loading up to the Academy and Normal Departments Each grade contains years work Students completing tho Model School grades are woll grounded in includingPhysiology thography and Civil Government Many students in our 7th and 8th grades secure certificates and teach school Any student completing tho 8th grado ought to bo able to do this Anil row Cnrnrclo Giver of the beautiful Library which will be opened this fall Besides the regular text book work wo have excellent work in Vocal Music Drawing and Physical Culture Most important ofall tho stu dents have fine training in morals and manners which gives strength of character and grace of conduct Pupils in tho 7th and 8th grades receive instructions two lea sons each week in Horticulture This is given in lecture form by Prof Mason and is valuable in helping tho boys to appreciate farm life more and to make tho farm produce moro and boiler crops and stock Gardening fruit raising bud ing grafting oct are learned In all grades above the 5th the boys receive lessons in woodwork Every man should know bow to maybeabout his homo and on his farm Tho training tho boys roooivo hero prepares thorn for this Continued au Thin lareI tisJrL tj t iosololoiooeoaolofolot5oil c S The Citizen printed for S S your sake Write to the o editor what you best fin it lolololololololol0olololole 1000 11 terror 18 is has she to trails join bison three thorn Coli THREE College The one thorn work is like A Dead Dollar T Is the Dollar you hide away which earns you nothing which is very likely to turn up missing some day without a moments warning The Live Dollar a Is the Dollar which is deposited in our Savings Department where it is always Safe mdalways Earning Interest and where you can get it when you want it We pay you 4 percent to save One Dollar will open your account Come in and talk it over I Berea Banking Co Assets over s 14000000 Capital 2500000 J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier I 9 9 BARGAINS THIS WEEK ISPROIAL IItWhite Lawn Shirt Waists W KShort and long sleeves They arc regular 5150 I all marked for quick selling99c I S 125 yardwide strictly all Silk Black Taffeta warranted to wear per yard89c t i 750 yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c 100 per yard Silk Pongee will sell while they Wti last at49cWhite Goods 200 to 300 Dotted Swiss to W per yard J5c Iclose so many other special bargains that to itemi- zeSIDNEY theyIw A TURNERt Dry Goods Notions Cut Glass Etc Suooonor to L W Turner RICHMOND KY iJpfJIUI LIII L L LLL L o o o o toitoRoltoKaKoKoK4lto KO1tofKottokoKoltoKokoKokololR o JIItJIItI Did Not Sell I JIIto JI While I did not sell my o o othingo JI iItGoods Notions Shoes ando JI Clothing you have ever seen 0- Y It a to t O Property still FOR SALE iIt f JIItrxxICJIIt0xA P SETTLE Jr x 0 fo I IQIt1IaQIIoe8118qaoOII r rtrH ir I A YOUNG MANS FANCY Oh the airs like brandied peaches just ae smooth and golden clear And the color scheme of nature Is a penJvery Glory be Im glad Im beret Every day I feel Iko dancla like I WM a kid again JTor the sky looks down as blue as the laughln eyes o you And the leaves are Just as scarlet as your laughln lips was then An I perk my head an hark For the llltln of the lark Makes me almost think I hear It your sweet voice allltln through An my soul breaks In a laugh quartViaI the loves o me an youl Every time I pick a violet Im thlnkln of your eyes Every time I hear the tinkle of a bowlder tickled creek Every time Iseo tho banner that the autumn sunset Ie5 Im ndreamln of your Uuehln and the plnkncss of your cheekl An I know you love me true an my hearts so full Ij you That my lifes so full o glory that there aint no more to stckl Full o glory till I think Lifes a roseate Unted drink And all Joy and alt glory of tho world Is In the brew An Its pressed against my lip An I sip an smack an sip An across the brlmmln goblet shine the laughln eyes o 70- UJ lot Lewis In Houston Post THE GRAFTERS 2p FRANCIS LYNDB twvrtse4tcaerre aoeawrrW oN CHAPTER VI COJTHXUED He Is In the smokingroom with five or six other tobacco misanthropes What do you want of him I want to say two words In his ear after which I shall vanish and make room for my betters Miss Van Brock was gazing stead lastly at tho Impassioned face lighted by the piano candles Is It about Miss Brcntwood she asked abruptly In a wayyes ho confessed She rose and stood beside himabewitching figure of a woman who know her part in the human comedy and played it well Is It wise Davidshe asked softly I am not denying the possibili ties you might come between them ilf you should tryIm rather afraid you could Dut you mustnt you know Its too late Youve marred her between you or rather that con v ntlon which makes a woman deaf blind and dumb until a man has fairly y committed himself has marred her I For your sake she can never be quite all she ought to be to him for his sale she could never be quite the same to you He drew apart from her frowning- If I should say that I dont fully understand what you mean he ro joinedI should retort by saying some thing extremely uncomplimentary about your lack of perspicacity she cut In maliciously 1 Leg pardon he said a little Stiffly You are laboring under an entirely wrong Impression What I have to say to Mr Brookes Ormsby does not remotely concern the matter you touch upon Its an affulr ot the stock exchange Miss Van Brock let him go at that but now the way to the smokingden on the floor above was hedged up He did battle with the polite requirement ad a man must shaking hands or exchanging a word with one and an other of the abstractors only as he had to None the less when he had Anally wrought his way to the smok ingroom Ormsby had eluded him againHe went back to the parlors wondering how he had missed the club man In tho middle room of the suite he found Portia chatting with Mars ton the lieutenantgovernor and a young woman in the smartest of re ception gowns had succeeded to Eli nors place at the piano You found him queried the hos tess excusing herself to the tall saturnine man who had shared tho hon ors at the head of the peoples party ticket with Jasper O Bucks No said Kent Have you seen him Why yes they all came to take leave just a few moments after you left me I thought of telling Mr Orms by you were looking for him but you shut me oft so snlpplly Miss Van Brock What have you done I must go at once Really I am complimented But It you must you must I suppose I bad something to tell you something of Importance but I cant remember- r what it was now I can never remem ber tttags In the hurry of leavetak ings As we have Intimated Kent had hitherto found Mica Portias con fidences exceedingly helpful In a busl ness way and he hesitated Tell me he begged No I cant remember It I doubt If I shall ever remember It unless you can remind me by telling me why you are so desperately anxious to find Mr OrmsbyI if you hold everybody up like tb rf he laughed But I dont Wind telllfig you Western Pacific preferred has goatU 83iyI rawl And Mr Ormsby has 6tc to sell t I wish I had Do you kuow what Id dor She drew closer aid laid a hand on his arm Id veilby Iretonight at least Id make sure that my telegram would bo tie first thing my broker would lay his hands on in the morningOn principles I suppose so should I and for the same reason But have I succeeded in reminding you of that thing you were going to tellmeNot wholly only partly You said this maUerv 6f Mr Ormsli s concerned Miss Brcntwood In a Kay dldat youYou will have your pound of flee h entire wont you The stock Is hers and her mothers and sisters I want Ormsby to persuade them to sell ThcyJl listen to him That Is all all tho all Of course she said airily now simple ot mo not to have been able to add it up without your help I saw the quotation In the evening paper and I know better perhaps than you do the need for haste Must you go nowriShe had taken his arm and ing him through the press In the par lots toward the entrance hall You havent paid me yet he ob- Ject d No Im trying to remember Oh yes I have It now Wasnt some one telling me that you wore Interested In House Dill Twentynine They had reached the dimly lighted front vestibule and her hand was still on his arm- I was Interested In It he admitted correcting the present to the past tenseBut after It wont to the house committee on Judiciary you left It to more skillful or perhaps wed better say to less scrupulous hands I believe you are a witch Is there anything you dont know She turned from him and spoke to the footman at the door Thomas fetch Mr Kents coat and hat from the drewlngroora Anti then to Kent In the tone she might have used in telling hint dt the latest breeziness of tile member from the Rio DlancoI remember now what it was that I to ycyt While you have been frytng to find Mr Orms by the committee on judiciary has been reporting the longlost House Bill Twentynine If you hurry you may be In time to see It passed It will doubtless go through without any tire some debate But you will hardly have time to obstruct It by arousing public sentiment through the news papersHe snatched coat and hat from the waiting Thomas and was running like a madman for the nearest cabstand CHAPTER VII Tim SENTIMENTALISTS Kents time from Alameda Square to fho onpltol was the quickest a flogged cabhorse could make but he might have spared the YOU CAN BE SOMETHING VASTLY BETTKB horse and saved the double fee On the roadsteps of the south portico three at abound met the advance guard of the gallery contingent downcoming The house adjournedOne Harnwtcke he gasped falling upon the first member of the corporations lobby he could Identify In the throng Vhals been done Theyve taken a fall out of us was the brush reply House Dill Twentynine was reported by the committee on judiciary and rushed through after you left Somebody engineered It to the paring of a finger nail bare quorum to act members who might have filibustered weeded puton one pretext or another toaman pages all excused and nobody here with the privilege pf the floor It was as neat a piece of gagwork as I ever hope to see If IlIn to be a hundredKent faced about and joined the ownward dispersal with his Inform ant They parted at the entrance to the Camelot club and Kent went two squares farther on to the Wellington Ormsby had not yet returned and Kent went to the telephone and called up the Brcntwood apartments It was Penelope that answered Well I think you owe It she be gan as soon as he had given his name What Old I do at Miss Van Brock to make you cut mo dead t Why nothing at all Im sure I I was lngior Mr Ormsby ana Not when I saw 1oushe broke In flippantly You were handing Miss Portia an Ice Are you still looking for Mr Ormsby- I 1 amJust that Is he 7ith you No ho left here about 20 minutes agoKent hung up the receiver and lwMfilwhtwkln a ltt a4ua r at the clerks desk for the mUMnf man Ormsby came in to answer for himself Whereupon the crisis wa I outlined to him In brief phrase and he rose to tho occasion though not without a grimace Im not sure just how well you know Mrs Ifcpilbah Brentwood bo demurred but It will be quite like her to bulb Dont you think youd hotter go along You are tho oem panys attorney and your opinion ought to carry some weight David Kent thought not but a eau tious diplomatist having got thoidua well buck Into the back part of his hew was not to be denied Of course youll come You are just tho man Ill need to back me up I shant shirk Ill take the mother Into tho library and break the Ice while you ore squaring things with the young women Penelope wont care tho snap of her finger either way but Elinor has some notions that you are fitter to cope with than I am Attar If you can give me a lift with Mrs Hopzlbab Ill call you In Come on Its getting pretty late to go visit ing Kent yielded reluctantly and they took a car for the sake of speed It was Penelope who opened the door for them at 124 Tojon avenue and Ormsby made It easy for his coadjutor as he had promised I want to soOour mother In the library for a few minutes he began Will you arrange It and take care of Mr Kent until I come fur him Penelope arranged It not without another added pang of curiosity whereupon David Kent found himself the rather embarrassed third of a silent trio gathered about the embers of the sittingroom fire Is It to bo a Quaker meeting asked Penelope sweetly when the si lence had grown aweInspiring Kent laughed for pure joy at the breaking of the spell One would think we bad come to drag you all off to jail Ormsby and I be said and then he went on to explain Its about your Western Pa elite stock you know Todays quotations put It a point and a half above your purchase price and weve come to persuade you to unload pronto as the member from the Rio Blanco would say Is that allt said Penelope stilling a yawn Then Im not In It Im an infant And she rose and vent to thepianoYou told us all ot It what has happened queried Elinor speak lag for the first time since her greeting of Kent lie briefed the story of House Bill Twentynine for her pointing out the probabilitiesOf no one can toll what the precise effect will be he qualified But In my opinion It Is very likely to be destructive of dividends Skipping the dry details the new law which Is equitable enough on Its own face can be made an engine of extortion lathe hands of those who administer It In fact I happen to know that It was designed and carried through for that very purpose She smiled I have understood you were In the opposition Are you speaking politi callyI stating the plain fact said Kent nettled a little by her coolness Decadent Rome never lifted a baser set of demagogues Into office than we have here In this state at the pres eat moment Ho spoke warmly and she liked him best when he put her on the footing of an equal antagonist I cant agree with your Infwcnee she objected As a people we are neither obsequlousnor stupid Perhaps not But It Is one of the failures of a popular government that an honest majority may bo controlled and directed by a small minority of ihrevrd rascals That Is oxactly what has happened In the passage of this bill I venture to say that not one man In the ten who voted for It had the faintest suspicion that It was a graftIf that be true what chances there are for men with the gift of true lead ership and a love of pure justice In their hearts sho said halfabsently and he started forward and said I I beg pardon She let the bluegray eyes meet hit and there was a passing shadow of disappointment in them I ought to beg yours Im afraid I was thinking aloud But It Is one of my dreams If I were a man I should go Into politics To purify them t To do my part in trying The great heart of the people to honest and wellmeaning I think wo all ad mit that And there is intelligence too But human nature Is the same as It used to be when they set up a man who could and called him a king Gen tle or simple It must bo led There is no lack of leadership such as It Is he hazarded No but there seems to be a pitiful lack of tho right kind men who will put selfseeking and unworthy ambi tion aside and lift the standard of jus tice and rightdoing for Its own sake Are there any such men nowadays I dont know ho rejoined gravely Sometimes Im tempted to doubt It It is a frantic scramble for place and power for the most part Tho kind of man you have la mind Isnt In it shuns it as ho would a plague spot Sho contradicted him firmly No the kind cf a man I have In mind wouldnt shun It he would take hold with his hands and try to make things bettor he would put the selfish temptations under foot and give the people a leader worth following bo tho real mind and hand of the wellmeaning majority Kent shook hlj head slowlyINot unless a motive stronger than t1ua 1 flcnt ond rstaaMshe mid ncaa aI ing rather that she refused to understand I mean that such a man however exalted his views might be would have to have an object more peraonal to him than tho mere dutiful promptings of patt lotIsm to make him do his bet first that would bo selfseeking again Not necessarily In the narrow sense The oS knightly chivalry was a beautiful thing In Us way and it gave an uplift to an age which would have been frankly brutal without Itt yet It had Its wellspring In what ap peals to us now as being a rather fan tastlc sentiment And we aro not sentimentalists she suggested No and Its the worse for us hi some respects You will not find your ideal politician until you find n man with somewhat of tho old knightly spirit In him And Ill go further and say that when you do find him ha will bo at heart the champion ot the woman ho loves rather than that ot a political constituency She became silent at that and for a time the low sweet harmonl of the nocturne Penelope was playing filled the gap Ho turned upon her suddenly Did you mean to reproach mer he asked abruptly How absurd No It Isnt You are responsible for me In a certain sense You sent me out In to the world and somehow I feel ns It I had disappointed you But what went ye out for to seeT she quoted softly- I know ho nodded sitting down again You thought you were arous ing a worthy ambition but It was only avarice that was quickened Ive been trying to be a moneygetter betItelloo Again the pianomellowed silence supervened and Kent put his elbow on the knees and hie face In his hands being very miserable He believed now what he had been slow to credit before that ho bad It In him to hew his way to tbo end of the line It only the motive were strong enough to call out all the reserves ot battlemight and courage That motive she alone ot all the women In the world might have supplied he told himself In keen eelfplty With her love to arm him her cleareyed faith to Inspire him He sat up straight and pushed the cup of bitter herbs aside There would be time enough to drain It farther on There came the sound of a door opening and closing and Ormsbi stood looking In upon them To B Continual FLAG UP FOR A WEDDING So Johnnie Snlil bnt II 1V a to OI bate a llUforlrnl Kn- Kmcement Teacher said Johnny ns he name Into the primary room one morning la June what Is the flag up on the school building today fort The teacher thought a moment according to a writer In the St Louis Republic and then answered I really cant remember what the flag Is up today for Johnny You may go to the prim cipals room and look at the card and thon you may come back and tell us Johnny dashed off and a few moments later returned looking Impor tantWell Johnny what Is the lag up for asked the teacher Its up to celebrate somebody wadding returned Johnny promptly Somebodys wedding repeated the teacher slowly Why Johnny that cant be Wo have no nag day which celebrates a wedding Well Ils got something to do with a wedding anyway maintained Johnny stoutly The card says so Tho teacher was unconvinced and leaving the room she went to mako a personal Investigation Under the date of the day In question she rood The engagement ot tho Monitor and the Merrlmac Hxpcrlmrnt railed Mr Appleby had read soicTrfcet that a judicious planting ot old flies in the exposed parts of ones garden would protect It from the depreda tions of chickens lIe decided to give the plan a trial By visits to all the carpenter and blacksmith sliops he succeeded In getting a large collection of old files These bo placed Just below the surface of the giound in his gar den with special reference to the spoil where an old hen and chickens belong ing to his nextdoor neighbor had been doing the damage A few days later one of his friends who knew of hit plan met him and asked him how It had succeeded For several days I was a good deal encouraged said Mr Appleby Thoy didnt seem to know what was the matter with tho garden Then all at once they began to do more mischief with the growing plants than ever before I watched that old hem and after a day or two I caught her She was sharpening her Mil on the filmYoutha Companion Married In the DnrU Sir Mountstuart E Grant Duff says In his Notes from a Diary 189205 that Browning was not In the least thlnskljned about tho charge of ob scurity so commonly made against his poetry Ho once repeated to Sir Mountstuart a story which Illustrated Wordsworth strange want both of humor and of the sense of humor But after all Wordsworth was tin Just to himself commented Brown lag lie was not without humor foi on hearing of my engagement to DUN BftrreU he said Well I suppose they i1q1kI GG eQe9 e e e eG RICHMOND GREENHOUSES jQ Phoirt 188 Richmond Ky I it- I CUT FLOWERS j 4DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS IjH 8 l to+o+o+o+o +o +o+o+o +o +o +o+o +o +o+o +o +o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON here and every housewife wants one or mow fI of new FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING o oTake a Look Through Our Stook It will surprise you how well and bow reasonably wo supply your wants cani J J IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top Ball Hearing Sowing Machines 25 I3O and worth fro ICO and 145 t tORUTCHER EVANS t Jopllni Old Stand Richmond Kr Hey Phot n Nlh Phone 4744 ic+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo- I I Carriage Satisfaction Here PhaetonsRunabouts SurriesTraps 1 Durablo Graceful carriages inraiiably give Wa ropalnt ropalr and rotira Got our KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C HIGGINS Prop Rlchmoo liar onnnn nnKHKKttnnnnKHKrnrrn toHH xHnH KK HK PrPKKKatK- KKatGetting Comfortable j IIs fine art You cant do it without having just the right sort of Furniture and just the rightIg amount We have all the things you want your house into homo g fjjtPhone 93 1s IlxWM4C4tfWWW ililil kO AA iIAylSlll Ai111ANIlAl1 lititRCl Call at T1 Mobeiloyfl and seethe boat lino of- COLLAE8 TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need fora horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky rMonumentsURNS STATUARY orGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds dono 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mannfaolaroi in the ivoftt 10000 r iaocandprrnAa I 1Il j I formerlyThe theIlessening of my profit I If I could take you Into my fac torlus at Brockton Mass and show you tho Infinite care with which every pair of Douglas shoes is made you would realize why they are the best shoes produced j anywhere I could show you the difference between the shoes made ht and those of other makes you would understand why fIfDouglas 350 shoos cost more to make they hold shape fit better wear longer and arc of greater Intrinsic than any other 350 shoe on the market today jjaSOLD BY t COYLE HAYESBEREA KENTUCKY 0000000000000000000000080000-j 0 0 1 i Berea and Vicinity i I I 0o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o O 11 0 VIIgWgggr guuuu Mlyd Llmi Mi jT Newport Ky is niMuiiliiig IMT taoalkm here j Mr J L llowlsr of this looi frtawk llllatKJrgR week In lllolliftlug t Tlw Post Ofgee will tie open Mo- ndryfrom 0 to 8 a m ami from 2 to- clap p m It III Labor Day Joe ISraHB rattirtml from Hamilton OH Monday lie kaa been working tlwrto for the btnl two Awtitlta I Mrs G T Saucer awl Mim I Mary Robinaon of Cineiniwti are thaI giiMto of Mim Gram OornelluB Mss Ullian Ambrose who is twehliiR at Wpnntl ut a few dkya with Iwr fter Mrs Sanlo lost week Miss Ownron Mr awl Mrs Qamlik ami Mr llmbon attended church at tile Qtadw art Sunday OVHttlHK IroW Man awl Due with their famiike went to RkhmotHl last Tuesday to attend the paltry Dog ami Pony Show Mr C S Mason Religious Seoro Jury of the Y M C A who has lxn Himmling life vamtioN in Itvren loft for Cliiolnimti Satunlny to resume hi workMr Mrs E H Hollldoy and little son of Hasan Ky have boon 1visiting their real j man net woa1leaving Sunday uvoiilng for Londou Prof and Mrs Marsh nud Secretary nUll Mrs Gamble attended tho 1olIlIt Institute at Rlahmond last Mr anil Mrs Gamble snug Bovornl dust in tho nflornoo- nI J Pnuloy nUll fninily wont to Riohmoud this week fat n short stay with relatives nnd from thoro will go to Garret Vetwillleu and possibly Luxinglou They will bo away about n WLHIK Thu Talon Creek Assoointlon of tnitwl Baptists mat in Heron Tues tiny the convention lasting two days Tho oillcera for thin oonilngyoar wore olectcHl Tuesday morning Iwing S n Coclintu Moderator A T Chon nuHAntt Moderator J1 Holzclaw Clark Following tho election tho annual Rerinou by Rev Mr Bryant I In tho evening Rev Otis HughsonI t of Ixixingtou prenehud i A Hair- Dressing Nearly every one likes a fine dressing Something to 1make the hair more manage to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too theftt will remain where It Belongs on the lead not on the comb I- IA Tho boat kind of atestimonial II Sold for over sixty yuan L I IAIIJIa4II1ZLers SAIWPUlLU PILLS CMEBBV nXTOKAL to oL rALL LEATHERSALL STYLESALL PRICE f3bOjt why jll osososoeosososoltososososo Prl8tridgoIvine Weduofldny morning a dicus elon of Mission took place followed by sermon on Missions by Rov W P purvey D D of Louisville Wod nofldny evening various reports wero given anti Wednesday night Her G W Shephord of Richmond Ky IrpJohod Word from Dr Thomson Is that his father still lives and seems a little stronger Dr Thomson how over does not oxpoct to bo back this wok and Dr Cook will supply for morningIttho communion service one week and it will 1x3 hold Sept Oth Some Richmond promoters hero plan of organizing n company to fur nigh eloctrlo lights to poople In Boron and along tho route from Mora t Richmond and RIM run a lino 0 trolloy oars Iwtwoon tho two place They think the plan entirely practic able if Heron people will subscribe lilwrully for haying tho lights put In their houses Misses Ethel nUll Ruth Putna gavo n reception Saturday afternoon iu honor of Miss White of Cincin StolbonsThobring their fancy work and tho most delightful feature of tho waY tho informality Ice cream an cake lemonade and panochn wore ltho refreshments served College News Helen Hunting has graduated at Nurth old nod goes next year to Woslosloy Mm Hunting teaching at North field whore she has boon visited this summer by Mrs Fay Malcoui Holliday formerly Boron student now In tho Rovtmuo ofQco at Danville was in Boron last Tuesday Miss Dole Principal of the Ash stile Mission School in North Caro lina is visiting her niece Miss Edith Spoor Claude Do Baun who has boon spending his vacation iu Kansas City returned to take up his work in school again Harvey James father of Pulaski County is spending a Tow days with him Mr James expects to locate iu Boron very soon pooplotOkevening Tho young ladies of the party sonedBupper Rev Harold Hunting is to lenro his work in Minneapolis in tho course of tho year to jofa tho Mission founded iu China by Yale University Anderson Cnmrholland Isaac Terry write they are teaching will bo romem bored as students last year in the Model Schools Josh Garcia and Maximina and Leouidas Do Villai who have boon in school at Talladega Alabama arrived hero lust Satunlay and will outer school this Fall Judging from the great number of letters that are coming in it would seem that tho attendance tho coming unusuallylargeouts from Ohio will enter Cqljpgo Ip tho Falll r t b A card from Mr Fellmy states that Lo and Mr Ross are having SundaySchoolward to mooting old Berea friends Henry Drown one of last years students was In Boron a few days Ho is now fireman on tho L R N Road with headquarters nt Corbin Ho expects to bo in school in tho Winter and Spring Terms IIIUKA OOMKOKiOIJNH SKIT IS Continual from Pint rage While tho boys are learning to handle tools the girls receive valua blo instructions in sowing and cook ng In these classes they learn many useful lessons which they may apply In making their homes moro attractlvoand moro comfortable as well as preparing themselves to earn money Tho Model School boys who wish moro advanced Wood Work may take Carpentry as a trade They aro re quired to carry two studies but devote most of their attention to those trades Young ladioswho wish to do more advanced work In cooking and sowing can do so by joining tho Home Science claw whore they learn dressmaking advanced cooking homo nursing etc This course is practical and should appeal to all young ladies Model School toys likewise may learn printing bricklaying and farm ing I find that young people who have not been in school for some time and are in the lower grades hesitate to como to Baron because they fear they will bo placed In classes with tho children of their grade This Is not our plan All tho young men and young women who como to us are plated in classes composed of young people and arc never classed with the children Wo have what wo call senior grades composed of students over 15 years of ago and junior grades composed of those who are under 1 5 years old However wo do not admit to our domitoiios any students under 1C years of ago I hope I have cleared up somo of tho points which ooom to trouble students who are thinking of coming hero to school I shall bo glad to answer any questions which any ono wishes to ask me through the mail Tho prospects ore fine for a large enthusiastic fall term Anyono desiring a catalog can receive it by writing to the Secretary Will C Gamble Cost of nil Kilurntlon Dy secretary Gamble It is important that every ono going away to school should know costaa ing institution It was founded in order to help fathers and mothers to passiblefcan education it can only help It can not adopt the children and do everything for them as an orphanage It offers its education as a gift No moneymfree Each student is risked to meet part andtoa small incidental fee is charged indIand the books are furnished free In the Grammar grades and the Normal Department tho fee la 500 in tho Academy 000 and in the Collego It is 700 per term The Hospital and College Phy sician care for all students when Rick without charge except for chron ic diseases surgery and dentistry Patients pay for medicines and band ages at cost prices Students lodged In tho hospital pay board for tho tlmo at the same rates as at the Boarding Hall Good board is provided for aa many students as can bo accommodated 620at Ladles Hall This hoard is placed at actual cost and is paid for ono month in advance 185 per week during tho Fall Term Tho College Buildings rooms aro furnished with necessary things for a students comfort Oil heat bed ding and the washing of tho bedding tho college furnishes A student may bring rugs pictures and other things to make room moro homo likeTho coat for each student with tho above furnishings ia 500 In advance for the Fall Term of fourteen wooks Tho expense then for the Gram mar and Normal Departments in tho Fall Term Is as follows Payable lint day IncUltnt fee and one dollar deposit floo board for firit mouth 675 Room fuel and light 560 Tout 8Ljj nth day Board tjj7 th day Deem 340 Total for Pena f1950 tf pakt In Advance It la 1900 To make it clearer 30 must bo paidat tho beginning or 3050 during the full term if not all paid at first but the 100 deposit ia to turned if not forfeited whoa the student loiyea school It is evident from tho above that any ono who Is determined to have on education for himself or his child can get it at Boron College IMurntlon anil Opportunity Dr Prof C I Kumolil neap of Collegiate Dept opportunity All the great professions and indus tries are calling for college trained men and women Tho General LyunMUBSits kind in the country writes While our Shop Apprentice course is open to grammar school graduates wo strongly recommend it for those who have had a moro extended edu cation as wo are desirous of obtaining this latter class of young mon in our shops where good opportunities await them Everywhere men are looking for mon with n college training for men who have boon trained to use their faculties for men and women who havo learned to do and to man ago things from tho bottom upand who have acquired a broad basis in some one line These rofpllllor UllmolI Acting Dean of Collegiate Department who kaotri all about everything pro tho persons who are the editors tho lawyers tho groat preachers tho engineers tho doctors and the lead ore progressYouugbusiness or professional life at pres out will before the prime of lifo bo completely outstripped in their lines by the younger trained mon of that time and must inevitably take a see cad place thou unless their prepar Collogeeducation adaptation to new ideas and ways of doing things as these ideas and things como to light Success in any station is determined by versatility iu adjusting ouesself to the conditions of that place or occupation This comes by liberal training such as is offered by the Colleges and Univer sities Bores Collego offers to the young men and women of Kentucky and to other ambitious ones wanting to lay a thorough foundation for a broad Collego education at the lowest pos sible outlay courses of instruction leading into all the great fields of knowledge Hero are thorough LanguagtJsMotbowotlcs byCollogesquired is up to the standard of the host Colleges Students going from Berea to other schools for advanced work always rank high iu the classes givenforA now interest in education is call ing for teachers who can manage EuglishAlgebra openIng heretofore untouched calls for on gineers and surveyors to build rail roads and survey the land AH of these fields are open to the college trained men and women The man with the soundest education is at tho top in all of these callings collegeeducation A little effort and sacrifice now will bring one into a position to bo of the greatest service to onessolf and to tho world A common school education is no longer sufficient to moot tho needs of our times Education to bo of value for tho future must go further Quo thoroughknowledge A broad preparation with a definite knowledge of somo ono subject is what our commercial world is asking of every man and woman who would enter it A College education alone requirementsNo talent and energy to raise ono hundred dollars has a valid excuse for not bohfg In College u year and fitting himself or herself for tho largo places in tho world A College education is within roach of ovary young man or woman who is willing to work Why not got a College education whoa everything goW06tditions Ida advice would bo 1100 to Collogo Continued on Eighth Page TO CURB A COLD IN ONK DAY Take IAXATIVK BROMO Quinine TaMeDrajqrUU refund U It falL to cure H W algnature U on each box jjc sA to DAWSON SPRINGS MINERAL WATER- Is what you need to keep your liver right and your system clean We have it for sale at the foun tain and also inca concentrated form for use at home TRY IT The Porter Drug Co IHCOBPOBATED G I The Road to the Poor House IWindsover the hill of procrastina and leads into the valley of lost opportunities Avoid its Miseries By taking some Life Insurance with H C WOOLF Agent for ITHE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE CO OF BOSTON MASS eoooooooo ososososo Cooooooooo ososoo 0 Wear Wellworth DRESSY CLOTHING It2 THEY ARE THE SUITS THAT FIT 2 The A kkKt 11It I Rent Cheap A nice little House four rooms SL Depot Street Lot 83 fc by 269 feet Call on S address Q D HOLLIDAYR- EAL I MAIN ESTATE ST lprlrlrlttrtgr tltI h healthyTonic L + Rf 0 Neat and Nobby Work manship the very best The o Wellworth is the kind that S 0satisfies0 sells one more Dont fail to come in and look our place through We have orsuits Men Youths and Boys at 5 6 7i 8 10 o 1250 We carry a full line of Ladles Gents and Chit o drens furnishings at low o prices cash o- WE GIVE CASH SALE CHECKS WORTH 5 PER oIoo S s Yours Respectfully 0- i New Cash Store g Harris Rhodus Ce BEREA KY o- o ottto0 OO OOOOOO08oa O r tktRKltKkltKrNGlrtkkrttlk For Sale or Cottage S of on or JoFyT I for o 15 for s- CENT New PotatoesF- or new potatoes call on M Canfield City phone 21iKEEP CLEAN and got your clothes cleaned 1 and pressed by II J C BURNAM t The Writ End Barber Shop Phone 1fGoon suit is all it will cost you HOUSES TO RENT Boron College has a few desirable houses to rent In Boron some of them with bam and garden Inquire of the Treasurer onycik I day 045 to 12 a m or 3 prm I The Citizen family nswtpspsr for alt that Is right true and Interesting PublUhcd tatty Thursday at Btrr Ky J BEREA PUBLISHING C- Ot Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates rATABLE IN ADVANCE One Year I Jlz Months 6- eInure Months as Send money rIofficc or HipicM Monty Order Draft Registered Better or one and two Mmt lUmpi The date alter your name on label born to What date your lubKrlption it paid If It l not tainted within three weeks after renewal notify us- Missing numbers will be gladly supplied If wi aoUljrd8tanlilnl pictures given as premiums to aU atw subscriber X4beral terms given to any who obtains new for us Any one sending us mo- orartysubsedptionsanrectiteThe Ctllieu frei blmself for ODe tir Advertising rates en application T- In Ithaca N Yyfour cripples roo iccntly engaged in a band to hated com bat over an argunient aa to which ono of them was really tho most unfor innate Tho Incident Illustrates the pride that human nature takes In any kInd of a distinction Another pedestrianthis time a Greek has turned up who Is walking around the world on a wager of SO OOO Funny that no one ever hears of these tramps winning the pot And anyhow where do they got the money with which to bet Alas for tho hens ot Franklin Pa Sit they ever so patiently it is run ported that the shock of blasting op eratlons now going on In their neigh borhood Is killing the unborn chicks and reducing the maternal sitting ton mere physical exercise for the cul tivation of patience That opportunities for poor but energetic young men are still to bo found In this country Is manifest in the circumstance that such a young man with no other capital than a two cent stamp cleaned up a matter of 425000 by bidding for the Panama canal bonds If that youth does not develop Into a Napoleon of financo the Indications are at fault The poet Hollands prayer In 1856 Cod give us mgn was answered It had been answered before it was ut tered We had men and they stood forth when the imperative call came Wo have them now and they are not BO much In obscurity as they were in 1856 We have stronger greater men in the forefront now than we had then and there are plenty more who will stand forth when the call upon them Is unmistakable Kansas Is preparing to roll In wealth once more as a result of un an1lCIPaLklOsihaveappearances DOa eQO bushels of whea4 f pr 13000000 bushels more than the ITg output oiI last year Corn Is also in splendid condition and from those two cereals Kansas expects to be enriched to tho i extent of 116000000 Once moro It J Is to be said emphatically that there Js nothing the matter with Kansas except a little difficulty In getting hands enough to gather her grainIGermany Is still fighting ellious negroes in her African possessions Of the 16000I soldiers sent there to subdue groes 2120 have been killed lOUO have returned to Germany as invalids hospllJaJtho Eng1Jandto reduce their standing armies and relieve the taxpayers a bit The kaiser Isnt half as fierce as his mus tache The Frost Star wants the whipping post set up In every courthouse yard lor men who beat their wives and un mercifully beat horses Men do not beat their wives though some individ uals who wear pants may do so says the Houston Post and men who have pot allowed passion to overrule their reason do not unmercifully beat horses Kuropatkln Is preparing a defense of his military career Ho should try to make It an Improvement on the one ho prepared against the Japanese That New York woman who calmed a wild cat In a South Dakota mountain by singing to It ought to hurry east Her prescription if administered to the everyday back fence cat would put the bootjack and profanityremedy out of business permanently In England it Is proposed to unite the Thames Mersey Humber and Severn rIVers by large canals at a cost of 15000000 The railroads will not fight the project for experience shows that ship waterways help the railway business Vo lson says the world at the verge of a greater epoch for tho mass t t 1CII Unless Edison has lost his early p inventiveness ho will lend a hand that II could not well bo spared So few new discoveries are being made that the Inventors may yet be moved to declare that they have at last accomplished everything that la- n worth while Stocklngleas calves twinkle along Perhapst1 vij u H L CHAOS RULES IN CITY REFUGEES IN VALPARAISO CHILI FIGHT FOR FOOD SUPPLIES INSUFFICIENT I Cemeteries Destroyed and Authorities Unable toBury Victims Town of Quillota Sinks Out of Sight Valparaiso Chaos rules In Valpar Also and martial law Is unable to keep order The scores of thousands of homelos famine stricken refugees fight in tho streets for food Tho army and navy officers are working heroically to bring order out of chaos but they are fearfully hand I caped The injured aro still without hdo quate medical care in spite ot the tireless energy of army naval and pri vate surgeons and nurses Food supplies aro Insufficient but are increasing The minister of the Interior has ordered all ships In Chil ian ports to proceed to Valparaiso with food and bring away refugees A regular relief service has been established tattle shipments are on the ways Frontier train service has been established from falca Supplies of meat and milk are arriving regularly but not in quantities sufficient to pro vent hunger Estimates of the number of dead etlll remain between 3000 and 5000 Twentyeight bodies were found Wed nesday under the stairway of the tale graph office Meat and Bread Scarce Meat and bread aro scarce Meat Is now being distributed by the au thorities The grocers shops that were not destroyed by the earthquake are now nearly out of stock Canned moats sardines condensed milk and biscuits are much needed As a first Installment the government has appropriated 14000000 for the relief of tho destitute One of the greatest difficulties en countered by the authorities Is the In terment of the bodies recovered from the ruins as all tho cemeteries were destroyed At the various temporary morgues heaps of coins have accumu lated awaiting the designation of their place of burial The work of recovering the bodies Is being pushed to tho Utmost In order to avoid an epidemic The total number of corpses burled np to Tuesday August 21 was 6IS The main post office has been ro opened Every Wall Ruined At Llal Llal there is not a single wall in good condition There were 30 persons killed there At Cablldo the railroad station was damagedAt many buildings were prostratedThe was levere at Con j roe and Colmo Tbe dead In those places number 26 I atItelephone and telegraph lines have been restored to Santiago The postal system Is In working order and nail is being delivered regularly Electric cars already are running between Baron station and Itecro and probably the oprationot cars will be extended to Vina del Mar- A movement Is on foot to organize- a company to facilitate the raising ol the money necessary to reconstruct the city It is proposed to advance the sums needed without Interest for the flrat six months The plan Is to I construct the new buildings of light materials and to lay out tho streets so that they will Lave a uniform width of 20 meters The department of public works at Santiago has appropriated 100000 for the construction of sheds to shel ter the refugees from Valparaiso and elsewhere who continue to arrive there Earth Swallows 10000 LlmaIt is reported that Qulllota a city of 10000 population about 30 I miles from Valparaiso has sunk en I proxy from sight and that less than 100 of tho inhabitants escaped Two Dead In Wreck Bristol YaAs ajcsult of a wash out a freight train on tho Virginia Southwestern railway ran off a trestle at Moccasin river at two oclock Friday I morning and the engine and eight cars loaded with coal were plunged Into the river and two persons were killed Three Steel Workers Killed Pltlsburg Pa Three men ore dead two are In a serious condition and nine others were rendered uncon scious by a blowout of accumulated gas early Tuesday morning at the Eliza furnaces of the Jones Laugh line Steel company at Soho this city Wants Boycotters Suppressed Hongkong The American consul general has sent a dispatch to the viceroy of Canton requesting him to suppress the Boycott association for the hindrance of American commerce More Public Money for Banks Washington Secretary Shaw has taken steps to Increase the deposits of public moneys In national deposl tories In various parts of the country to 50000 each the amount author Ized by law It affects about 150 banks Strikers Demand Fewer Hours Bilbao Spain The military govei nor here has unsuccessfully attempted to arbitrate tho dispute between employ ors pad strikers The latter who number over 60000 firmly maintain I their demands for fewer hours II I I PROVINCE OF PINAR DEL RIO I Where Principal Fighting In New Cuban Revolution Is Occurring FAMOUS CUBAN INSURGENT LEADER KILLED IN BATTLE Rural Guards Slay Gen Bandera Dealing N Death Blow to Insurrection Rebels Capture Railway Terminus I i Havana The body of the negro general Quentin Handera the most daring insurgent in Havana province lies in the morgue at Havana flanked by those of two mulatto comrades all frightfully gushed by long machetes of tho rural guards who ended their careers The arrival of Handeras body hero was tho first news of tho fight In which he met his death Tho conflict occurred at the Sllveira farm near Punta Drava IS miles from Havana A detachment of S8 mounted rural guards under Capt Ignaalo Delgado and Lieut Martinez woro searching throughout the night for Uandoras party At two oclock Thursday morn Ing the guards were breaking through a wire fence at the edge of the SII voira farm when they wero suddenly fired upon by Handeras followers 30 In number Tho guards rushed upon tho insurgents but with the exception of their chief and His two leading com rados they all succeeded In getting away Bodies Horribly Mutilated The guards made the chief and his two companions a special object of attack and all three received several bullet wounds and were horribly IBM tllatod by machete cuts Not one of the guards was wounded The bodies of Handera and his companions were placed In a wagon and taken to liar IJnderas two dead companions was body showed that his principal wound M a severe machete blow on the heed which cut oft his left ear and made an ugly Incision in his face He also bad bullet wounds In his arms and breast The condition of Dandoras two dead companions was oven moro shocking Their faces and heads were terribly gashed and they also had machete wounds in their breasts and on their arms The clothes of all three men showed every evidence of the hard life which they had been leading while eluding their pursuers- It has been an open secret among the rural guirds that Handera would never live to be tried for treason his death being the main object of the govornmont forces operating In Hav ana province The smallness of tho party accompanying Handera has caused surprise hero but It Is be lieved that he only had a portion of his band with him In any case how over It Is believed the insurrectionary movement In western Havana has been broken up by Handeras death Prominent in Late War It was announced from Havana August 20 that Gun Handera who greatly distinguished himself In the Cuban war for Independence had loft Aroyo Arenas 12 miles west of Havana with about 20 Insurgents whoso numbors it was believed were augmented later by aa armed force from Havana Tho next day It was reported that Handera had been wounded In the head In a skirmish took part In the ton years war as well as In the war for Cuban independence Ho was well known In every province of Cuba and bad great Influence with the colored peoplo When in Havana Handera was In the habit of gathering crowds of negroes about him and mak- Ing speeches to them on the ingrati tude of ropubltoa On one occasion ho wont to the senate chamber and delivered a violent speech criticising the government for not giving him an office Soon afterward ho was appointed doorkeeper of tho houso of parliament The i osltion which Han dera aspired to was that of chief of police Governor Is Reinstated Rio do Janeiro The Urazlllan con gress authorized the federal govern mont to reinstate tho governor of tho province of Serglpc who was removed In consequence of the recent Insur rectionary demonstration there Killed In Mine Explosion Wilkes barre IaAn explosion of gas occurred In No 9 colliery of the Lchlgh Wilkesbarre Coal company at Sugar Notch In which V A Vin cent a miner was killed lilt son William waa fatally Innjred It Is Increasingly evident that the backbone of the Insurrection In tha western part of tho province of Ha vans has been broken Kvon had tho death of flea Handera not hastened that consummation the mombera of his band their homes rurlllgmirdlthem ot an Insurrectionary career Pine Guerra Is a far higher class leader with a considerably more In telligent following and his occupancy of San Juan de Martinet Thursday quickly followed his capture of San Lute Wednesday enables him to io rtously threaten the provincial capital of Ptnar del Rio One drawback to the general too tion Is the fast that while many prom inent men are protesting their loyalty to the government there Is aa undo alabto lukewarmness and wetting alai tude among the masses They have the Impression that perlla a I In the occupancy of the presidential chair might bring more liberty sod real self soverement to Cuba Rebels Capture Railway Terminus The Insurgent forces commanded by Pine Guana have captured San Juan de Marlines the terminus of the WtItarn railroad and have a I TOMAS ESTRADA PALMA President of Throes of a RevolutionI town and railroad no bloodshed at the occupation of San Juan do Martinez according to the re ports Just received The small force of rural guards which hell tho town fled at the approach of tho Insurgents The government has not rondo public the news of the capture of San Juan de Martinez by Insurgents The editor of the Post which paper published an extra containing the news was summoned before Gov Nunez and censured for exciting the public by publishing sensational news unfavor able to the government Gov Nunez declared that ho would recommend to President Palma the establishment of a censorship Tho newspapers of Havana do not believe that President Palma will approve of such n move an despite a constant flood of rumors the newspapers have printed only facts and usually those governmental ly authenticated notwithstanding that the palace Is chary of giving in formationPublic opinion appears to vary according to locality from enthusiastic adbcreiice to the government to open rebellion Sons of iVeteront Elect Peoria lllTho national conven tion of Sons of Veterans closed their sessions with il selection of Dayton 0 aa the next meeting place Ed ward M Amies of Altoona Pa was elected commanderlnchlef Mother Kills Daughter Taylorvlllo JIIMaud Kyler 14 years old died of a revolver wound Inflicted by her mother who mistook her daughter for a man who had been annoying the family and shot tho girl at two oclock am VIGILANCE OF THE PALACE GUARD ONCE MORE SAVED THE LIFE OF THE RUSSIAN RULER Huge Bomb Concealed In a Basket ol Fruit Carried To TsarskoeSelo By Two Terrorists SL Petersburg Aug 7An attempt to kill tho esr was frustrated only hrottgh the vigilance of two of tho Im serial guards at the TsnrnkosSslo pal ice Simultaneously with the blowing ip of Premier Stolyplns palace two pen succeeded In forcing an entrance nto tho courtyard of the Imperial res lence One ofDie men carried a huge tomb concealed In a basket of fruit and both were armed Their actions uuitsod tho auspicious of several of he palace guards who placed the two Men under nwoet When they were losrched the instrument of death was llftcoverod nml they were placed In Military eonflnoment One of the men was first seen Inside its palace grounds by n sentry who lulled him and questioned him close y The man gave a satisfactory ex tlanntlon of his presence there but ihortly after he acted so suspiciously hat tho sentry placed him under ar est The prisoner then attempts to ilgnal to his accomplice who was ound behind a tree carefully holding its deadly basket sit fruit An exam nation of the men at the offices of the regret police disclosed the fact that hey were from Moscow and wire flown to be In sympathy with the Ter- oriet inorwHHit The arrest of the wo terrorists on the threshold of the url palace created Intense exelle neat and the Imperial guards pad the tenet police made a hurried March orb iwlaee and Its extensive grounds Slays Dy a Girl Gen Mln sptctal agent of the nar In many bloody deeds ramjnaiidtr of reevedIdnufoil at Petnbef An lS earold girt was the assassin 3ke neat five buUeia late Oo generals body and he died Instantly The crime was commlUsdwlOiln a stones threw ef the winter patac et the cur Gen Mln his wife trot their chil dreg were In the railway station at Peterbof awaiting a train when the girl entered MINd upon a ben k and- taking careful aim emptied a revolver at Gen OUR livery shot teak elect the first In tke bark the ohw IN a- Ide and breast aa be wheeled In tile direction of his aaaallant The crime WM klffhly tragic Oe Mlna children srrtaMwd with terror and clung to him aa he reeled and fell The generals wife was tIN oatperson In the station She made a dab for the girl soloed her by the hair and dragged her to the Beer the held the stntftglts prisoner until guards name to relieve her Then the girl wildeyed and dleheveP rd began an linpaasJasMd speech In which she warned the KnslM awtoc wy that many ocher oppressors of the l ople would share the fate of Mln WOMEN FOLKS w Old Church Geing as Men Had a Lynching To Attend To Calhom IJL lag 17 WWIe UM women folks were at church Alfred vhaafnlet negro St WM strung from s telegraph pole In the heart of the town and this placard posted where could read It This la a warning 111 all negroes who would attempt to force an entrance to the rooms of white women The lynching WM carried no without any confusion or at tempt at concealment an the part of the ettltens Hundreds of persons viewed the swinging body which was allowed to remain where It hung throughout the day as an object lesson Miss Olive ChambllM a beautiful young lady was awakened by the pros ence of the negro In her room Ha made A desperate attempt at criminal assault but she fought him off vali antly A poMO tracked him to tile woods where he was captured He oonfesMd his guilt with a coolness and Indifference tQ consequences that amazed his hearers- Lord Curzon Coming New York Aug 7Iord Carson Is coming over with his motherlnIaw Mrs Levi Z Loiter In a few weeks and will stay with her while here nt tho Loiter rMldencc In Washington The chief object of his visit will be to look after tho estate of the late Lady Curzon Krlegerbund Meets Dubuque la Aug 27Tho Deut schor Krlogerbund of North Americas twentyfirst convention opened with a parade of visiting delegates and local organizations followed by a reception and band concert His Leg Torn Off Houston Tex Aug TAt Batson oil field Fred Doll attempted to start a gasoline engine lila foot slipped and caught In tho spoke of tho fly wheel and his leg was torn off Ho died soon afterwardsA Yiulovka Russia Aug 27After a meeting of workmen which was ad dressed by ex Mombor of Parliament Mlchllchcnko shots were fired This resulted In an encounter between tho workmen and Cossacks latter firing nine volleys killing 8 and wounl1lnl82 Boys Make Dizzy Dives Plttsburg Aug 27In the presence lenpled i and all Bwapa aphpro a+ WARNING TO YOUNG MEN e Andrew Carnegie Utters a Strong Plead Against Use of Alcoholic Liquors Great captains of industry ors porally so truck abeorbed In the pus suit of gain that they sUsw If ever r make a public address In which they ompliaslse the importance of moral virtues Mr Carnoglo Is an exception slnco at the opening of the Rytnttatlum of the University of SL Andrews In Dundee Scotland some months ago he brought out the Important of ab staining from alcohol and tobacco M hindrances In the race of life Aa tbo result of correspondence with Mr Car tiMglo we are In receipt of the fUMis Advertiser containing An excellent re tart of his address While NeIta upon the young men the lmgortncu of paying strict attention to their physical development that they might for a sound mind have a sound body ho said he should tike to mill their at tention to the possibility that even while they reap with one hand they might waste with the other that they might Indulge In habits that neutral laid tile good effects of their exercise There were two such habits wry common among the young toes today The first amid most sectem WM the use of alcoholics A domsrsne habit very likely to cause grtevotts result all agreed that It could MUSS no beneficial results all agreed It was therefore the part at whwosi to abstain from the habit that Mlyht work evil and could da no geed That no III Affects were visible front In4nbstcs during the vigorous perUxl of rendered tile danger of sortous litoiquinces In after life still greater than I If the III effects were vMble ties theJ beginning They were playing with an Insidious foe Viewing them as young steed training for the race ef life ho newel p no one habit so llHoly to defeat then In the easiest M the urinktac or ateahoUc Hqnom That talon hs eeos they destroyed the ehatnetor ofiteen sad rendered thorn nselssi mstu hers of society they all know Tit tine between moose anti suJOtioncr was so narrow that It wee very set dom the drinker knew and ooeervMl 1 It Wetter he on tho gate sUo Why jwshould be Incurred Believe Mitt In time Meta rata of life they had all to sy they could ajford to throw a- apvvntages away- Dnmkesnees WM the gnat rock ahead In the esuroor et every young mss It was tar there Important that he insure himself asctlmtt It then against death A drink wUcr sun worth ton Wo policies fct fish ease Abstain and evade tile denier A COMMUNITY Pioneer Town ef California Where the Curse ef the Rum Glass Is Unknown a The pleaser towns In the Imperial valley In lower California have sov oral unique features besides that of being oonsMerabty below the level at the sea One of those to time depth of the soil all alluvial wntah Is sold to be not less than 7W feet and I other Is the fut that there to sot Rt tit saloon nor a gambling place in the whole valley with Its present yooutn ttsettlement about six years ago time original owners of the lead ran a clause In all their duds fbfttttlns tho manufacture sad sale of Htwer on any and all property sold Thus a prohibitory law of tho most ironclad kind has been fastened on the country The natural result has been that the valley Ins been remarkably fro from the evil elements that tot often dominate frontier comma allies and crime of all kinds and especially crimes of violence have been exceed ingly rare On the other hand the condition named has attracted a tome potato thrifty and progressive omen of settlers who have placed the em phasis upon tho building up of sahooia churches and Industrial establishments rather than upon agencies ot evil I THE FIEND THAT IS WORSE THAN PESTILENCE FLOOD OR FIRE- d Money for Temperance Cause The cause of temperance in England should get a big boom A merchant or London who recently died left a will In which ho bequeathed 11200000 to rbe spent for the promotion of tern to porance To be sure that Is an Insig nlflcant sum compared with the amount spent for intoxicants but It should go a treat way toward provJdrlag effective arguments In totallsm Troy Times it1C 7 14 le 5 i 9 NB1 RDJNItJ r noen 11ii t r I JU i tVf THE HORSE BEAN d Favorite English Rotation Crop That Is Worth Trying Here The Itorao bean IB not a market crop it IK therefore not n money nor even a direct paying oraii at present In Scotland KtiBlnnd Kent Holland or Germany simply because there la no demand tar It However ns a grand rotation crop Its vnluo U not enough appreciated became It stands a very heavy appli cation of fresh dung without laying down It ta a flintclass crop to pro cede a summer or winter groin whoat or barley nnd Is especially valuable In making new pastures or bay lands Further It loaves tho soil In an almost ideal physical condition motet free of wetif mellow and Its prod ucts are valuable as a food t The horse bean Is a slow grower and needs 21 to 28 weeks generally SG weeks to nature it has a stout root system It therefore requires along stetson and deep soil It must dear the field before September 7 October 1 at the latest and taking a A Horse Dean In Blossom It1 Into aeeouBt It Is doubtful if It asm be grown in any of the New Kitg t law suttee to maturity In BHRtaml It Is sown as early as January byt In- Geriaaay1 and Holland not before Marefe It needs a moist wnnn ell ijIDAIe and deep oool motet toll there lny sad loam awl UM load atm 4 A river are n but dry aaady awl shallow soda are absolutely sot good It ne 4a UM name cultivation aa corn but all work IN 14 has to atop after the btoanoMlnK for then the growth of tho tares la so enormous that they allow no paaaage After the Kraln harvest this bean will rlpixi but It ia however often not cut before Oe tuber The time for outline la there sea won M the top leavea and the bet torn pods are black Tile crop of beana varloa oaormoun ly ranging from n to CO btwbets per nrre tbat In on poor soil with poor cultivation 20 to U bushel but I know that In Kent Kngland the crops average 40 to 10 bushels an atm as w veil as In oho North Herman and lbS land elar Aints where I often grew 81 Imabets an acre at C4 KNIH B to the bushel In tho lUemitor a pmnpedout t lake Tho quantity of need needed to drill Is one and onequarter btiihds per nero The crop leaves tho field In time to prepare It for winter grain and Ii gives tho latter an almost Idonl seed bod clean mellow well manured moist und loose All you need Is a disk harrow or an Acne Altogether tlio horso boon in an easier and surer trop than the pea to grow And now about Its value as a food for horses cattle and sheep In Rpoak Ing on this point n writer In Uio COlin try Gontloman says In the first place it should be remembered that posts and boons are very rich In al liumon proteIn tho legumes that is peas Leans etc are slowly dlgmt ed and therefore last long thoy stake thick blood and are constipating Furthermore I have always found them to lesson tho milk flow and stimulate tho sexual desire On the other hand beans give a fast hard 1TOry desirable meat and fat and gtvq animal strength It follows therefore that henna should not bo fed to milch cows though to balance a ration two pounds ground can bo given hardworking farm horses It Is oxeclI lent Tho latter eon havo boana for Dtiolblrd of tho groIn ration thus four pounds of beans cracked mixed with 12 pounds of oats Hut do not feed them to carrlago horses neither bearing maroa nor to young ani 1to It Is an excellent Idea always feed wheat bran at the same time As a fattening teed for oxen and pIgs beans aro especially to bo recom mended they should bo ground and to oxen sIx to eight pounds can bq given mixed with other toed to sheep only onethM to one half pound spleco Toward tho end of tho tat lenln period I havo found It ncces tary to leave tho beans out and sub itSttite another feed In order to Im tho flavor of tho moat and fat Iprove Studying Agriculture Some of tbo most noted scientists In the world are devoting themselves to the study ot the problems OlI 0r netted with Ilrl ulturo r bJ A GOOD CELLAR Conditions Which Must Be Secured ta Have It Frost and Heat Proof fThose or those who have poor collars will do well to consider carefully the esson pals of a good collar A good cellar must bo cool In summer and proof Knlnlt freezing In winter Therefore depth Is an Important polntl deep cellar meeting both those require meats As wo go deopor beneath tho surface there is a tendency towards equalization of temperature In tho northern portions of the United Statos frost seldom penetrates moro than four or flvo feet whllo In summer the subsoil at three feet deep remains at about CO degrees tomporatura during midsummer heat A collar bottom should bo six feot below the general surface of the soil A collar under a house is not only a necessity In most cases but Is In the colder portions ot tho country a great help In keeping the house warm In cold weather A house with a cel lar beneath will require loss coal for maintaining living temperature than a house without one la a collar with a cement floor warmer in summer than ono With tho natural earth Some say so As far as cleanliness and n4 proof conditions are concornod ce ment makes the Ideal floor for a cel lar Since the warmth ot a cellar In winter and Its coolness In summer aro largely dependent upon the tem perature of tho soil beneath tho cellar It follows that tho floor should consist of a material that Is a good conductor Hock and with this wo may class cement Is a hotter conductor than sand or clay and hence makes a better floor The bottom ot a collar nhouldbe dry and dry sand or clay Is A poor conductor and should be covered with cement thus the soul beneath will remain moist while tho cement surface will bo dry thus ful filling both temperature and sanitary requirements Owing to unovonnoss of the ground surface It sometimes happens that a considerable portion of the collar wall mutt bo expood on the outside Hero the wall should be built double or bo protected by an earth embankment 1 knew of a collar of this kind which would freeze every winter A retaining wall of rough stpne was laid up four or five feet from tho collar wall and the In trv Alng space filled with earth So much of a help did this prove to bo that the same cellar did not freeze In the coldest winter known for years The house sills should be laid In mortar to make the cellar as tight as pos sible Small windows answer for ventilat lag purpose for the greater portion ot the year la the coldest weath r very little If say fenUlaUonla needed mho temperature being so low that no fer mentation It taking place to any ex tent In tIHt heat of summer windows ahouhl be opened only at night At that season a ventilating flue ii use Plan of a Sanitary Cellar hal tasting from the cellar to the roof of the home The Islet for tho air may be through the drainage pipe It there Is one the air In passing through It becoming cooled so that It does not warm tho collar Some collars cannot bo drained and wine do not need any artificial drain age Where It Is at all poeslblo how ever saws tho Rural New Yorkor it Is bOlt to run an outlet pipe of round tile to tako oft any water which may collect from any cause As mentioned abase such a drain Is also useful as a ventilator Whore ground Is springy and thoro Is trouble from wet collar a thorough remedy may be had by proceeding as follows Havo tho out let one foot below tho love of collar floor and extend It a foot Inside of collar wall all around tho collar and up through the middle the wholeI length giving all a slight up grade from tho outlet Fill above those tiles o tho surface with coarse gravel or crushed stone Then cement two Inches deep right on tho clay bottom of tho collar and above each drain make a scmlcyllndrlcal groove about two inches deop with halos through to tho gravel at Intervals In case wa tor oozes through tho cellar wall When tho location Is wet and tall cannot bo obtained for a drainage plpo thore aro two ways to overcome tho difficulty An outlet pipe may be run In a cistern or woll tho water In which Is kept down by pumping Or the collar may bo made a watertight box to keep the water out Tho floor will have to bo made of heavy con creto at least ono foot thick to resist tho upward pressure of the water Ini wet times when the ground Is full Of course tho side walls have to be wade perfectly watertight cemented inside and out In much the same way that a cistern Is to keep the water In Best Time to Kill Bushes To repeat what we havo often said tho best time to cut briers and bushes so as to kill them Is In Au gust at tho end of their growth Plan the Work Tho hired man who Is worth anything prefers to work whero the bush ness Is well planued and definitely worked out Bartimaeus and- Zacchaeus Sunday School Leisonlor Sepl21906 Speclill Prepared for This Paper IKHSON TEXT Luke 1x161010- Alentor0vereea it 41 NmN TEXTThe Son of man It tome to to save that which ws- NlostIuke 191- 0TIMKThe lat of Msrrh A D 3- 0Itt after the lait leMon IACK Jrrt ho u or IB miles northeast of Jerusalem In the valley of tho ciUn Comment and Suggestive Thought- V K A curtain blind man Ono well known to the people or that locality Hogging The usual occupa lion of the blind Vs 36 J7 Hearing the multitude Ills ears made keen as time oars of thw blind commonly aro was quick to discern that a groat crowd was passing Evidently HnrtlmnouH had heard of JOBIIH how he had restored sight to other blind man and ho felt that now wee his opportunity V 38 Ho cried Ho could not eeo Jesus but he was determined that Janus should hear and thereby be drawn to sea him Son of David Perhaps tho blind man recognized Jesus as tho MoMlah tho descendant of great King David for of this com ing Ono It had been foretold that ho should open the eyes of the blind lea SO 18 35B 427 and this Jesus had proved able to do Have mercy on ma This was his custom ary cry but In the present Instance tho mercy craved was not alms but time restoration of sight V 39 They which went before Those who wore In advance of Jesus Rebuked him hold his pence They tried to mako him cease his cries deeming It unlit that a common beggar should thus Intrude upon ono for whom they had groat respect Kvon to this day there are some to hinder those who seek Jesus V 40 Jesus stood Nothing Is too much trouble for Jesus If ho con but help a single soul Commanded him to b6 brought To tho calling man the calling Jesus rosponded V 4L What wilt thour It Is Gods way to ask ua to express to Mm our desires Ho might supply many of our needs without our ask- Ing but we are bidden In everything by prayer lot your requests bo made known unto God Lord or Master Timer In love and devo lion In tho title ho chooses to ad drew Jeers That I might receive tay sight This was the one object of Ma desire V 41 Jesus MM According to Matthew as Jesus spoke he touched time eyes of llartlraaoue and his com latnien and Immediately sight was restored Thy faith hath saved theo It was divine power that wrought tho cure but the roan had put himself In connection with that power by bus loving confluence In Jeers V 49 Iteeevosl his sight The ructnrflUon was Immediate and com pieta V I Kacchaotii Ills name Is n Hebrew one signifying pure hence undoubtedly the man was a Jew Concerning his character previous to this meeting with Jesus most oem mentator believe that It had been all that sorted to rendur publicans odious to their follow mon Chief among the imbllcans And he was rich Ills position was In Itself a lucrative ono and tho temptations toward unlawful gains were very great V 3 Sought to see Jesus who ho was He had heard much at Christ Curiosity Will wo may believe tho only motive In bis doslro to see Jostle V 4 Ran and climbed Ho resorted to tho usual devices boys follow to onablo thorn to see a pass log pageant V 5 Said Zaechaous come down Wo need not wonder how Ono who could read tho mans heart knew also his name Today I must abide nt thy house To Invite onos self thus was In perfect keeping with oho custom of orientals whore there Is little accommodation such as public Inns for travelers V G He made haste came down received him Ho who had overcome so many obstacles In order to catch a glimpse U Quito prepared to eagerly and Joyously seize the opportunity for closer acquaintance V 7 They all murmured The fueling of tile levee against tho pub licans was very strong- V 8 Zacchaous stood Stood forth as It tojwrforru a formal act before his tully and guests Tho half of my goods I give to the poor Ho purposes to begin at once to dis tribute among the poor the onehalt of Iris present possessions if I have taken false accusation Hy his tone he confesses that Investigation will reveal that in collecting taxes he hue often exacted moro than his due I restore him fourfold For a cone like tide the Jewish law re- quIred restitution with onefifth added to tho principal Nunn 57 Zacchae us judged himself as If convicted of theft Ex 221Practical Point V 40 Jesus heartily welcomes every soklng onelac 65 24 V 41 Each has need to call upon Jesus to remove spiritual blindness Is 11918 V 2 Worldly wealth consecrated to God becomes a great power for good 1 Tim G17 18 V 3 A dlepqnltlcn to seek Jesus itS proof that Jcsus Is seeking us John G44 V 6 Jesus is willing to dwell Wltb us all the days Matt 2820 V S True leformnUpn is proved bv good works Jan 218 PROTEST ON BEHALF OF BOYS Writer Cries Out at Martyrdom Sug gested by Writer for tho sake of the future of tho race It may bo hoped that the modern mother does not take half no net quarter of tho modern advice placed at her disposal Moro Is an authority on tho roaring of tho young volunteer- Ing this recipe in a Philadelphia pert odical To arrest tho darkening or a boys light hair put a half ounce of salts of tartar In tho first wash water when washing and let tho child sit In the sun a good deal lly all means let hIm eft in tho sun A healthy boy enjoys the mm and it he Is given to understand that he Is sitting In It In order to bleach his hair the Idea will nil him with rapture and he will remain motionless for hours at a stretch If there Is anything that a boy should have for his own It Is his hair that and the freckles and scratches and blisters and stone bruises which ho accumulates Ills time he cant have to himself at least he couldnt in tho old days because ho had to run errands and do certain fixed stunts culled stints or chores Dut he ought to havo a clear title to his balrI surelyIf Is compelled to devote most or even a few of his waking hours to processes whereby he may wear flaxen hair that will curl prettily ho may be come a thoughful attentive and perfectly lovely young man who can pass things at an afternoon reception without spilling them but heaven help hjm Tho only thing a normal energetic boy asks to have done with his hair Is to have it let alone when It isnt being clipped close to his scalp And the talk about the first wash water It might bo supposed that the boy was being put through three washings and was to be rinsed rough dried and hung on a line Its a watchful moth er who gets a boy with logs under him to the second wash water 1ror Idenco Tribune INVISIBLE LAND OF OLD AGE Country Which Is all About the Pee pie of the Earth The Land of Old Age Is an invisible country which Is all about us How ever young you are you bavo been near It and I should count you un fortunate indeed If In tho heat of tho day you bad not turned Into Its shady bypaths and lingered a moment with its quIoUdwellors It is u very peace ful land there is not much work there to be done duty Is rarely seen so seldom In fact that sometimes those of us who have gone there to live for good feel that we have passed our time of tnofulness and have mo meats of hot resentment that wo are not out In the world doing Its work for It I feel that way myself often and at such times make excursions outside Always the gentle hands of my children lead me back to my own country and I sometimes feel that the reason wo resist taking up our places thero Is this sense that wo are not allowed to come out when we wish that wo are kept prIsonersnot through our own weaknesses but because thore are certain conventions as to what is suitable or unsuitable for us old people Harpers Unraar Her Secret Out Robert Watchorn the commissioner of immigration line made a sympa thetic and thorough study of the Im migrant types that roach New York Discussing these types tho other day ho said The most naive are tho Germans from tire smaller and remoter states They have the charm ingly simple and quaint minds of chll dren A beautiful German girl dis embarked here the other day She was tall and strong blueeyed and yellow halred She wanted to know at once If there wero any letters for her The postmaster at the pier after getting her name said by way of a joke Is it a business or a love letter that you expect The girl faltered- A business letter a1Ve11 theres nothing here said tho man after looking over tho assort mont The girl hesitated Then blushing as red as n rose she said Would you mind just looking among the love letters now sirV He Owed It to Himself Do you think I look well in this dross she asked Urn her husband replied who made IU I did but Im afraid My dear I never saw you have on a more becoming gown than that ono Is lly Jove you look so slim and graceful and young that I can hardly realize weve been married seven years 0 Alfred do you really mean that I believe Ill make all my clothes aft er this As soon as he ctfuld decently get away Alfred wont out and treated himself to several of the best cigars he could find Mr Matterson Answered Rev Mr Masterson a summer res- Ident of Marblehead Beck far rea sons best known to himself wears In the hottest weather a long cout and a handkerchief around his neck Thus dressed he frequently takes long rutfs about town but has decided obJec- tions to being stared at One day recently he was running along and noticing a small boy gazing at him be stopped and asked querulously What are you looking aU TIm boy promptly replied Im looking at a- dl fool 0855 Berea College 19067 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEQ PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of alL- Over 50 instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arith metic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frlQot tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management I rint 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 interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady ia Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small 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 four year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting 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 f vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary Tho Cooporativa Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Incidental Fie to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersallour instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 5003 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 dollar to be returned at end of term 3000AThose who do not pay all in advance must pay as 101l0wInci 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 7oth day 540J tr OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful reg 1atlons to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu dents come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parent in Berca live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their hbor Ex cept in winter it is expected that all will have a cfranccto earn as 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 J6rThe best time to come to Berca and the most favorable time to study is in the fall SSTlt is important to come the first day September 12 and stay till the end December 19 J6rlor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills RH4 dezdiLHA Maniificfwcn Fancy Roller Row Con Meal SMy Stuffs Crushed Con Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be tari to beat PRIDE OF MADISON Ii uotkcr Excelfcil flewIIaEi4EiUt Ia Potts Duerson ftiWI JI i t I i 1 1 jt tty r I THE HOME J What to do in Spare Tlmo There must bo n good deal of work iu every truo homo but if it is n truo homo and not just a house or n cabiu there must bo some time besides that given up to sleep in which tho family may have rest and cluing Often such spare time is spent in goesippiug about the neighbors or finding fault with thorn sometimes in talking over somo old grudge nnd stirring up the old anger which ought to have been forgotten long ago One of tho best ways to have a pleasant time at home is to gather tbe family together and have tho ono who can rent best read aloud to tho others Road the continued story every week or the latest news or the childrens columns and play the games or try tho tricks that are told about there Got the geography out and find on tho maps the places where tho interesting events of the world are taking place Find Santiago nnd Valparaiso in Chile South America whore the earthquake has boon or Cuba whore the rebellion is in progress or the Russian cities whero tho revolutionists ore active It will bo ten times as interesting if tho family reads the paper together that way as if one rend it to himself Then you havo something to talk about which will make you wiser and not wickeder which will help you and not hurt your neighbor which will make you educated instead of making you an idler And then get a few of tho bes looks nnd read them aloud too with tho rest of tho family Thus for a fow cents you can have the wisest men of tho world como and talk and live with you They will make your life happier and bettor than it otherwise could bo nnd you will bo more fortunate than if you lived in a palace with no one better than yourself around ITHE SCHOOL I Practical Arithmetic for the Rural Schools 117 PROP ClIAUUKS 1 LKttIS PROFIT AND LOSS Only two things need be kept in mind in this sub ect FirstThe cost is always taken as the base upon which to calculate profit or loss SecondProfit and loss are always some per cent of the cost Require terms to be named in every equation and a careful statement and analysis Problems like the following often give trouble If I sell at 20 per cent below the marked price of goods marked 30 per cent above cost do I gain or lose and how much- Statement 130 per cent of cost =marked price 20 per cent of marked price=discount = gain or loss Solution 1 100 per cent of m p =130 per cent oi Co p Why 2 1rI rr rr =13 u 4 3 20r u = 20 rr 4130 cost20 per cent of cost=104 pr ct of cost =s p 5 104 pr ct of cost 100 pr ct of cost = pr ct of cost Under the above conditions the profit is 4 percent If the cost price ofa piano advances 20 and I do not change my selling price my profit will be cut from 40 per cent to 35 per cent What are the first and sec ond costs of the piano Statement 140 per cent of first cost selling price 135 second cost = 20=differeuce in costs =cost prices Solution 1 140 prct of first cost =135 pr ct of second cost Why 2 1rr a a a =2728 I n 3 100 =00 37 pr ct of 4 100 second costOO 37 pr ct of second cost = 47 pr ct of second cost Why 5 347 pr ct of second cost = 20 0 1u u rr = 50 7 100 S SI = 500 second cost 8 50020=3540 first cost First cost = 540 Second cost = 500 These problems invoke a very important phase of reasoning where the value of two equal quantities expressed in fractions of different things must be found in terms of one so that operations may be carriedout TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK ITHE FARM JLimber Neck In Poultry Mrs J G Clark sends this remedy When the chickens commence to dio shut all those that are alive and well up in a feed coop or HOUIO place by themselves and feed for about two weeks Within that time all the disease germs will die and as the disease starts from germs often in decayed matter when this time has passed the disease need no longer be feared This is said to be a sure remedy for Limber Neck DIVERSIFIED FARMING INDUCEMENTS There is no section of tho world said Secretary Wilson of Agricul turoIn speaking of his last tour of the South which offers such induce ments for diversified farming as the southern section of tho United States I believe that tho next few years will see a development greater than has ever taken place in any section of our country and the koynoto of this will be diversified crops tho doing away with the single fart crop and the feeling of crops on tho farm Drink Wainscotts Pop A good square piano for sale or rent at Chrismans the furniture man Mr Anthony BurnoUs peaches are extra fine this year just ready for market and the public is invited r to call and buy i BARGAINS 7Meal65oper bushel 5o per lb Flour 40c to 55o per sack Best Baconlb per l- bSalt40c por 100 lbs Good Coffee 12Jo and 15o per Ib All other goods at the lowest pos siblo pricesM D SETTLE Big Hill Ky WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mall order house assistant manage man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary X20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant posltloi permanent No Investment or experi ence required Spare time valuable Write at once for full particulars and AddressLake St Chicago CONTINUEThose andotrenizth by regular treat ment with f Scotts Emulsion treatmentInand a little cool milk with It wills do away with any objection products season umpleSCOTT 409415 Vtu Street New York JOCopdoo1 aUnouaU ooUoeoeoeoeoeoeooioeoeoe Eighth Kentucky 0 o History 0 Thrilling Story of the Part IhU flnl o linit ItfRliiMuttiMik In the Civil rrar 0 osoeoeoeoeosoeoeoeoeoec CiiAiTEii IX Continued Continuing on tho subject ho sail BoyH Imvnt you learned thnt Buells policy of trying to whip tho rebels with part of our forces amI protecting their property with tho othor part guarding cornfields nllll chicken roosts for rich rebels will no longer dof I say not Lot tho fet tercd slaves loose let them leo to our camps to cook drive mullttig earthworks and if congress and tho president goo proper to arm them to help crush the rebellion we should not object No I would not ohjecl if it were KMsiblo and practicable to arm a regiment of mules or jack asses and lot thorn charge tho enemy and I conclude if Cuffeo to have his freedom ho should be allowed to place his carcass whero it may save tho lives of many good whito men Now Company K you have my opinion You nil have an equal right to yours but I shall do my duty and expect you all to elo tho same Boforo tho close of thi war nearly every man of tho Highll began to look at tho negro question like tho captain During tho month of February a good many of our wounded boys died among them Goorgo English Company JJ I Thomas anti John Wilson Company II Also Lieutenant Newton Hughes and Sergeant Combs Com may I and private llichnrdaoif Company H died from disease con traded by exposure attended a Few of these Tho bodies of Hughes Richardson and Combs were put into rough COmnR which a few of our men con structed out of rough boards taken From a vacant dwelling It was the eel wo could do under the circumstances and much bettor than a maj jrity of our dead could be treated Wo felt our need of a chaplain in his sad duty But a fow remarks mil a short prayer thou we laid them way placing cedar slabs with name company and regiment cut in plain otters at tho head of each The last few days of February tho company commanders were very busy proper ing pay rolls On the evening of tho 3d of March tbe Eighth and Fifty first Ohio had orders to prepare to march early next looming consequently preparations were made and at 7 n m all the Eighth except a low sick wore marching on tho Lebanon corn nanded by Major Broadhus Colonel lames being again called to Ken uaky on official business Wo halt ednt the ford of Stono River nIl pitched our camp on the south side for the purpose of remaining hero to until n pontoon bridge that tho clop cavalry had tried twice to do troy By dark we wore tolerably well quartered hut felt sadly the loss of our good fire places and chimney it being cold and damp weathor and xpectiug to remain here sonic time Tho 5th wo demolished largo brick smith shop and at night the maj ority of iu were enjoying tho cheer ful warmth of fires in our rudely instructed chimneys The morning of the Oth we were ordered to return to Murfrcesboro On our return the men appeared web pleased at the idea of again occupying their original encampment Then opposite thaiflace our wagons containing equi page halted and wo were Joined by the balance of the brigade with irders to make reconnaissance or lemonstration against tho enemys picket on the Sholbyvillo road Iivo miles south of town wo passel our outer pickets and two miles further camo in sight of their mounted videtles The brigade formed in line of battle with a strong line of skirmishers in advance Wo pressed forward a mile further the ouoiny only exchanging fow shots with our skirmish lino and thou fell back to Hoovers Gap We bivouacked in lino of battle among the dense growth of cedars with orders to keep forward a strong line of pickets and vait tho enemys attack About midnight our cavalry yidcties and the rebels advance commenced n ivoly popping of pistols and carbines TO BE CONTINUED 1 Kentucky horse Show Tho Kentucky Horse Show Society will hold its first annual exhibition in the Armory at Sixth and Walnut itreots at Louisville the first week in October the first to sixth inclusive Tho following is a list of tho officers W J Hogan President S P Jones First Vice President W B Haldeman Socohd VicoPres lent J L Smyser Third Vice Pros lent Bethel B Veoch Secretary treasurer H I Fox Assistant Se rotary The railroads have make a special rate for several days prior to and succeeding tho Horse Show IlAMIil HOOM4 ICeneluJfO from lint P gel Tho sotlloinouts iu those early years dopouded exclusively upon game for their moat nnd Boono was tho mightiest of nil tho hunters so that upon him devolved tho task of keeping his people supplied Ho killed ninny buffaloes nUll pickled tho buffalo beef for use in winter Ho killed groat numbers of black bears and undo bacon of thorn pro cisoly ns if they had been bogs Thu common game was deer and elk At that tiuia no Kentucky hunter would waste n shot on anything BO small as n prariechiekon or wild duck but they sometimes kiUetl geese and swans when thoy snub south iu winter and lit on tho rivers nut whenever Boone went through the woods after game ho had jxtrput wally to keep watch lest ho himself might bo hunted iu turn Ho never lay iu wait at n gamo lick save with ears strained to hear tho approach of sotno crawling rid foo He never crept up to a turkey ho hoard calling without exorcising the utmost onto to see that it was not an Indian for one of tho devices of tho Indiana was to imitate the turkeynud thus allure HOUIO iuoxxirionced hunter Besides thin warfare which wont on in tho midst of hm usual vooatioiiH Boono frequently took to the fluid onset expeditious against the savages Once when he and a party of other men were making salt at a lick they wore surprised and carried ofT by tho Indians The old hunter was n pris onor with thom for some mouths but finally made his wtcnixi and cline homo through tho trackless woods as straight as tho wild pigeon tilts Ilea 1w over on tho watch to ward off the Indian intoads and to follow tho ivnr parties and to rescue tho prison on Once his own daughter and two other girls who were with her wore curial off by a baud If Indiana Boouo collected sonic friends and 511u lloliiiinoi- ilMn f ittr rrnbk pad in ndlfl iiir prl nuw tm DM K iii irtuininit frn Kiimfi followed them steadily for two days and a night then they came to where tho IiidiniiB hail killed a liuffalo OHlf and wore oaui ed Firing from a little distance they shot two IndiatM and rushing in roHCiied thu girls On another occasion when Boone hind gone to visit n mltlickwith his brother tho Indians ambushed tlioin and shot tho hitter Boone himself esciijHHl but tho Indians followed him for three miles by tho std of n tracking dog until Booms turned shot mho dog and than eluded his pursuers In company with Simon Kunton and many othor noted hunt ers and wildonioss warriors ho once and again took part in expeditious into tho Indian country Twice bands of Indians accompanied by French Tory and British partizans from Detroit leering tho flag of Greet Britain altauked Booneslwr ough In each case Boono and his follow sottlers bent thorn off with loss At tho fatal battle of tho BIuo Licks in which two hundred of thu bust riflemen of Kentucky wore boulou with terrible slaughter by a great force of Indians from the lakes Boono comnmudod tho loft wing Lending his men rillo In hand ho pushed back and overthrow tho force against him but meanwhilo tho Indians destroyed limo right wing and water and got in the rear so that there wan nothing for BOOUOH nun except to flee with nil spool As Kentucky became settled Boone grow restless and ill at ease Ho loved the wilderness ho loved tho great forest and the great prai rioliku glades and tho life in tho lonely little cabin whore ho could see from tho door time deer como out into tho clearing at nightfall Tho neighborhood his own kind rondo him feel crampml and ill nt ease So ho moved over westward with tho frontier and an Kentucky filled up ho crossed tho MittrngKippI and nut tied on time borders of tho prairie country of Missouri whore tho Span lards who in those early days still ruled tho territory that has since bo como limo State of Missouri mado him an alcalde or judge Ho lived to n ago and died out on tho border n backwoods hunter to tho last Bargain in Rent Pretty four room cbttago garden 100 x 160 feet on Prospect street 550 per mouth B P Ambrose Prospect street Berpa Ky Who desires the bestI Business in Berea I have n piece of property that is well worth the price I J nsk for itsny nothing about the business that 1 can place you in I have for sale tho Boron Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot isioo feet front and 300 feet long the ings consist of a Produoo HOUBO two story dwelling and bUllIThis property is well worth time money I ask for iL The floss is tho most promising of nny business in erM from the fact that it is n specialty without competition The business that is being done shows K profit ot two thousand dollars per year clenr receipts Vlmt lifts been done can ho done ngnin Any ono desiring this property should nt onco onJPs BICKNELL cnUr Real Estate Agent BURCA KENTUCKY I ooaaa+ raraBITS OF NEWS Manager hush Jennings of the llalUmoro baseball club will go Co Detroit noxt season as manager of the Amorlonn league club In that city Quarreling over n debt of slx blts1 Walter Alooro It la allegol itabbet Harry D Wllllnma BO severely that ho now Is lying at tho Point of death at Groton B D Tho strike situation at Bantaniler Spain Is again ball a general slrlki having boon declared throughout UK mIning region Troops have nsent to preserve order L U Lyday n commercial travoJe of Ducynii Ohio was utrlokon with heart failure In tho union station at Indianapolis Ho toll to the floor am dIed within a tow minute Tho revolutlonltU have Inaugurat I cnmrlolgn against the Moscow jxrile Irallar to the one BO long In fore In Warsaw A sergeant and two poMe non were shot with revolvers China has placed heavy orders fo irtlllory with Japane e factories Cy lilt detachments are bolng formed In the Chinese army and will be MU doyen In tho coming maneuvers An anti opium league has beet formed at Honn China to ooopermti with the Canton league There was la enormous attendance at the open ng meotlQg of the new organisation Haunted by the fear that she woeli become hopeiewriy Insane Mrs H D latch a prominent matron of hart lien poured benxlne on her elotheg applied a watch and died a few hour ator Kansas City Mo Aug1WAn In Italian was extended Tueday to Vloo President Charles W Falrbank Ind GOY Cummins of Iowa to make teaches at Palrmounl park Septera her 8 at a Odd day bolng arranged bj ho Missouri Ilepublloan club THE MARKETS I Grain Provision Etc- ChlooRo Au O- FLOUn IU r fiprlna whatprlbr- ands AI l600J70j MlnnwoU hard psi rat jute straight export bags llUflCO olear export bat P008CS- 6WHBATDulL eepterabor 7etlii1i day 71g7llfa- COONIiasy September UCltGI tr 4IUC4IK- OOATftquloL September SHSWHo J ecember1t4O63K0 RYB Itulrd Quiet and a flails eal on the early calL 8ept mb r wu KH1 bid and Deomber GOo bid HUTTKK Steady Creamery per Ib 1tCMc dairies UOIk- nOOIlIorm Fresh egg at mark new ae Included IIHa per dozen prime Irt161fesxtres liKe LIVB VOVUniT Steady Turkey- er IP 10 cblckeni fowls pr lb llo luck UOllKc New York Aug aPLOtmAbout steady but quiet Mln neaotA patent JIUKHW winter tralghln1- LofhL661 Minnesota baker tt401Zt80 J winter extrACt IUO1S winter palenti 734U winter low grade liTCGtiQ WHBATllules steady September 71- 1uno Deeerabor SmOSlHo May S4Kc IIYB Nominal No 1 western etc a L t New Yor- kcoBNPrater September BTiO Ho Hye Stock Phlpmro Autf IS CATTLBOooa to fancy tror M TfrO 10 common to good steers 4tOa47b Interior to common leer H80QC7S wont ern ranBO iteori 100360 good to fancy Mol heifer J17CSW yearllnsgoof to choloe tlK a JOu fair to choice coder tITCd4Ki Rood cutting to Calr- beet cow U40C1SO fair to choice stock er I1004I3DO bull common to good IZQ410 bullII good to choice I410Q H fnlvci fair to Rood 0037S calve food to choice K178775 JIOO8 Good to choice butcher W800 fat good to choice ihlpplng liOiaaood to choice heavy mixed ISOIofi630 ough to heavy packer fSCOCO05 tight ilxed JtOt45 fair to fancy light jCsq KtCS good to prime heavy t3U4K4Sl ood to cholco pig 1l5O665- Omaha Neb Aug 21 CATTr Market bet steady other lower Native steers ttKQ9JS cows and lelfer tlOMQ4S5 western steers 131St 125 Texa steers t3COJJ423 cows nnd iplfcre ttOOQ176 canner tLMfliW tocKnr and fepdore t27COI40 oalvci JOOS5DO bull and stag 1350671 Iioas Market steady to to lower leavy t5tOS6tiO mixed t57aB5 light k0a1o pip tSOOC6SB bulk ot sale 575Q5MBHEEP Market steady Lamb easier Yearling tSC08400 wether ILISQjIrA iitea K2bir8s lamb ILSO7M LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE I RAILROAD Tlmo Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave heseaItBS n Arrive RIchmoeld110 M Arrive litre fcK H mIAniTa Chlolnlult7dlOa yPLeaveArrive ItialMflami Ik in Arrive PsriefxOps m ArrIre0isailtlpatl OilO p IH Oolni South Train 3t Dally IiuR 8 nJa Ill lt nL- Attlvlilwtville I 810 pL m Oolnr South Train f Dally Leave Derail 1288 a m Arrive ltoouille 790 a IK OrirMKNT Tnlw Humbvn t and 5Mrv lnrlu tar end chr brtwrlChwlsrst l awl KaoiMlW IB booth 4lrrrUMM Train Ira i null 4 curry 1ulliMn mllhulrd Mt s- 1IwcVacar n l i r1ir Cinriniutl sad Kaum 4lle In both dlrrUals WH BOWER Ticket Age- ntLIVER4SH FEELING Tliis MorningTARE A Gentle Laxative And AppetizerI A GtAllANTKI 11ltn Poll 1111S- Ilchlue Flied btrthe I 4 lInll Itt II g- dl are ahnl to fitn1 Innnry ll IUlIiNTIICtNT Ial In lr III 1 to 14 Uvfc i- Dizzy r Spells t and backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness tbat BO frequently afflict you mean you aro bilious Biliousness Is caused by a badly disordered or Inactive liver Dr CaldwellsLaxatl Syrup Pepsin acts Instantly and effectively on tho liver reinvlgoratei and strengthens It and restores to perfect condition Tho remarkable virtue of this wonderful remedy ban been demonstrated In thousands Instances and It will work wonders In cleansing and setting your wholo system aright IU good effects lire permanent- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained In both dollar and half dollar sixes from all druggists Your will be refunded If It docs not benefit you Your postal card requcit wfll briar br return mall our CALDWBLLH DOOR Op WONDKRSand tree sample to limos who have never tiled this wonderful remedy Wrllo toda- yPEPSIN I SYRUP C YJ Montloelto Illlaete For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY lkll x- 11L iiir INTERESTING TATE NEVIS D I FORCED TO LEAVE BERTH I Mn an Illinois Central Pullman Were J Noted Colored Bishop and Wife HOBklnsvlIle KyUfO Dr C II I Tlilllliri bishop of tli Colored Meth odlst Bpteeepat churches In Tennessee North Carolina Texas and portions of Arlwirm and New Mexico and his I wife en route from Nashvlllo to some point In Michigan were forced out of their berth In n Pullman ear of the Chicago limited on the Illinois Central her Bryant Baker compelled them to take seta In the compartment re strved for colored passengers When I tHI train palled In here a passenger nsked the policeman to force the bishop nod his wife to leave the err The train was held here nine minutes while they wore dressing and remov f lag their belongings Blehop Phillips ill recognized alone of the lending colored educators of the south lie Js a close friend of Booker T Washing dllomaaIstile sad ks been abroad twice on lee turing toss Mrs Phillip Is a grad ml 9t tke Flak university at Nash jiiIle president of the Mired W C T of TeojMJeee and vies prooldent of the KMtoMl Iteration of Ooloncl 1v omen MAUDS IRE AhOSE When She Smelled Dateline and She Put Auto Out of Business11 let t11 IVTh tables were riinpUi niimvl ire wbon W II lObUOthis n ekliio Sellers stopped his aeM directly In Ute rest ot tbo auto and wnea tko sale MnoH Ute odor from Ibo horeeloiis vehicle she P uncd MMi It with kotii list When I Kollori sad several Bystanders tad ox Irkated the nntwnl the nueblbo wns leunmcod almost beyond repair lei km was heW to Ute grand Jars on a odor t of Injuring private property LAST DAUGHTER Of a Revolutionary 6 tdler in Ken tMtky Is Dead at Edmonton Ouugew KyMrs Utlnln Raters hay widow ot J V Ray deceased ami tko loot daughter of a revolutionary jrtdler la Kentucky died yesterday at tier keiM at Hilmenton Metmlfo oovntr aged tS Her father Cal Hu nmnd Rogers WI A courier en the jail of Ron Woden and served at tko tattles of Oreen Springs Jamestown I sad Yorktown Col Honors surveyed- and laid oat the town of Hdmnnton now tnllei Hdmonlon which was iinmed or hint ami whert his dungh I tor will be burled MURDER IS SCENTED In the Violent Death of an Unidenti fied Young Km- Pndueok X7An unidentified young i inan WM found dying In tko woods In a rot part of the city Wltkout regaining eensefoumoM be expired at tko city hospital Its skull was crashed In several places He was T well rested Uttt bad nothing on film 1 r which ke eonld bo Identified The police believe ke was kilted In A house of 111 repute Coroner Prank Ifaker burled tko body but the police offi cials do not understand wky this w- asdoentr talk of having Ute body i kneed sad omkalnied that It may 1e Identified Earth Wants the Oratory Cpasking them to open their Joint debate tin Louisville The major assured the fiOYcroor and the senator that they Mvntd have great crowds to hear then A Caesarian Operation t LsslORton ICyA dmarinn opera r tlon was performed by Dr A IL Bitrk 1 ley upon Mrs Kalrlna Uofenbaucr wits ot Rudolph Itotonbauer by which a baby was taken from tho nwihbrs side The operation woe t ftUQttfs and both aro doing nicely Kentucky Corporations Irankfort KyThe following com panies filed incorporation articles with the secretary of state Security Hcalty Co Jsfforeen capital 57100 Pythian fTenipI Co Bourbon capital MOO liuilwes Mona Association Shelby yllle capital 1800 May Follow Her Brother Louisville ICyMre Louise Kllnger who Is despondent because her brother Frederick thereon committed suicide several months ago tried to and her life by cutting her throat three tlmw with n razor It Is not believed that she can recover OneTime Beauty Insane Lexington Ky Jano Cox who 20 years ago was considered ono of the most beautiful women In Kentucky hut for the last few years has been known as a police character was ad Judged Insane by a jury and ordurod r Lent to an asylum Indorsed Beckham Frankfort KyTho Daptlst Assr latlon of Franklin county In annual pgslon Indorsed Coy Bcckham for Ms efforts to enforce the law closing alums on Sunday and for his ail In having tho ounjy unit Uw enacted REBUKED IMPOLITE NEGROES Who Then Followed the Catlettsburg Youths and Carved Them Auhland ICyPearl Harden and Russell Ford of Catlottsburg Ky had n dwperal encounter with a crowd of ngl1MtoJ here Harden and Ford had called the negroes to task for refusing j to give ladles their seats In a street car while coming from CatlitUburg to this city The negroes followed Rar den and Ford to the Ironton 0 ferry landing and attacked the boys in a dark spot by the ferry with razors and knives Rarden and lard fought dos perately but tho crowd of negroes a score In number proved too much Harden was cut three tlmas on the arm while Ford received two severe cuts on the breast and slighter wounds on th body Throe of the negroes were anted here while the remainder es raped across the river In a skiff Har den and Ford are well known in eel loge circles throughout the state as both played star Ramon on the K M I baseball and football teams of 1903 and 1001 Their friends In Ashland hays formed a posse and started after the nsgrass HIS NECKTIE Driven Into a Tree When Farrald Was Killed by Lightning LoKlBSton Ky The remains of W U rVrrald travbiln reprssenUtlvs for tko MoatooegroRiebm Music Co wka was killed In Wolf county by light nine were skipped U his former homo In Carter county Perrnld bad been working In tile mountains sad was re turning to Torrent to take a train home when a thunderstorm came up sad ke took shelter under n tree Ills body was horned from heed to foot His necktie was driven late the bark of tile tree which was some 10 feet Rosa whors he was standing Ills left skenlder was broker and his watch smashed In his pocket The sold rim Itoldlnc tke crystal was melted and bad ran Into the face of the watch which stopped at 140 oclock Ferrakl had IM In pnper kilts In his vest pocket and all the Wile save one were burned to a crisp FerrsM loaves A widow and tsar children KNOCKS POISON BOTTLE From Brothers Hand but He Recovers It and Ends Hit Life Louisville Ky John Nolan a var nUkwr msiio a second and successful attempt to commit suicide with car Mite add Domestic trouble was tho eases At 10 M oclock Nolan was sitting with his mother and sitter Mies Mary Nolan talking about his troubles Suddenly he drew a bottle frost tits pocket and placed It to his lips Hefore he could drink but a small portion bIter knocked the bottle out of his hand and through tho window Nolan darted out of the bouse picked HP tile battle drank what retrained of the poison and died shortly afterward WOMAN FOUGHT Desperately the Negrn Porters Attack and She Was Rescued youngFallenheld because of the nature of the affair was forced Into the toilet of an Illinois Central Pullman oar by a nee gro ports lust north of this place and but for a desperate struggle on her part would have been assaulted Her clothing was torn from her body and her arms were badly our where I they wore thrust against the windows She was resetted by passengers The nogro Is In Jail under guard Strader Is Out Lexington KyGeorge B Stradsr the young ssloonlst here who was sent U1lumtown and says after a short rest ha will rcsumt his lnmlnasB Three Dead at Louisville LouUvlllo ICyMary Hardy and Ann Parker nsgrosses died of heat prostration William Gray Smith died from exhaustion duo to the heat Alvin Gordon and Mrs T J Miller word IIIOItratodIlagher oed 30 years who has but one leg was arroted taro on a war fugltlve ed an Installment house In Nashville Would Stop Sale Louisville KyJoint aUtO chairman of tho board of directors of the Fidollfr ynist Co Ned n suit lo on approvIngLawrcnco Jones for J100150 Chlvlngton Appointed Chlvlnlrtol1hlstrol Judge of the Douglas park race meeting Martin Nathanson who will be racing secretary at Douglas park will come hero from Chicago for an Indefinite stay orporationsFrankfort new companies filed Incorporation articles InterStateLouisville Gunning Adrortlsament Cot 150000I UNCLE SAM CO ITS IMMENSE BUSINESS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1906 Figures Which Explain Why the ElghtyFour Million Partners In the Great Firm Have Rea non to Be Content Unconscious and of courso unin tentional the New York Herald or July 18 prints 01 Its leader a strong stand pat odltorlal As a rule tho Herald U a strenuous advocate of tariff disturbance It Is thoroforo all Iho more noteworthy that In the ar ticle entitled The Huslnoss of Uncle Sam Co cogent and con vincing reason should appear for lot ting the tariff alone True It Is that Wo art all partners In tho great firm of Uncle Sam Co and from tho to tho smallest ovory one Is directly or Indirectly affected by Its vicissitudes and shares In IU profits True every word of It Is the Her aIds conclusion Wlth the prospect of brilliant crops a magnificent foreign trade bad an oven more prosperous home trade reflected In the statistics of mercantile Industrial and trans portation activities tho Sl000000 partner In the firm of Uncle Sam Co have every reason to bo son tent This U exactly what a very largo number of earnest and patriotic pro pie have been Instating for some time past For this they are called stasd patters The torn should be one of high commendation nnd not one of reproach according to the HeraUs stowing We are told by the Herald that the record for IMS as to Imports and exports breaks all previous records the total reaching very close to three Ulllons Also that the firm of Uncle Sent Co has In its exports of 1743763613 exceeded by more than IS per cent Ort Britains ox ports of home products In the last calendar year Also that our trade balance for the last ten years amounts to 148113000 These are stunning figures Has the Herald thought out what they mean Has It for example looked backward to 1883 the first year of the Cleveland era of tariff reform when our adverse trade balance was I1873S72S7 Has the Herald consid email tho enormous disparity of tae vorable trade balances In the tariff rorform years of 13031S97 com pared with the protection years following that period The fact that wo had la actual cir culation = 700000000 more of gold coin than wo had ten years alaanIncrease more than twice as large as the Increase In bank note circula tlonle mentioned with satisfaction by tho Herald It Is an Important fact The explanation Is fully as Im anIaverage trade balance of 612799981 coining to Undo Sam Co each year lor the past nine years as con I treated with a yearly average of 136 I 021761 in the five preceding yours of tariff reform this gold has come to us In partial settlement of net trade balances Why did not the whole of the balances amounting to more tban five billion dollars come back to us In gold Because of the huge sums that neat be deducted on CorelgnIltPfUahltl sums tour lets and the surds sent abroad by I properous Americans to needy rein tives Add to this tho great blocks of our securities that we have bought in the past nine years of protection trade balances and it is easy to see why wo have not accumulated more than 700000000 in gold In all these years Woll may tho Herald follcltnte th6 11000000 partners In tho firm of Undo Sam Co upon their shae profitsTheanti so Is the Herald Itself Lot the Herald look ovor its books and com pare its net receipts In tho tariff re form period of 18931897 with Its net receipts In the protection period of 18071006 Wo have an Idea that in tho ratio of at least two to one tho Herald would find reasons for congratulating Itself upon having been a sharer In tho profits of Uncle Sam Co slnco tho firm emerged from the tariff reform period nine ycara Wo have nu idea that every producing Interest In the country every partner In tho groat firm would find similar reasons for con gratulating themselves upon tho protection protectionreasons for standing pat Tho Here aids article Is full of such reasons The United States Stool company pays 11000000 a month in wages alone That is a dastardly crlmo in the eyes of tho tariff reformers Half tho money might easily bo paid to foreign workmen Buffalo News Whatever may bo ones Individual parI protectlvo tariff at all nobody will deny that tho mechanism Is far too delicate to be handled without groat care Boston Financial News What 11Isntso very bad JunUflca HERE 13 AN INSPIRING THEME What Sound Tariff Legislation Has Done for the Country Had It not been for Republican tar iff legislation tho United States might still be an agricultural country almost solely as It was In Jeffersons days and as It remained along to tho time of the Republicans entrance into power Tho Republican house of representa tives elected In 1888 In tho middle of Buchanans term passed tho Marrlll tariff bill which went through tho Democratic senate after the Republic ans gained control of It through tho retirement the southern members who followed their states Into tho con fedoracy As Pennsylvania was one of tho loading champions of tho bill Bu chanan signed it just before ho stepped out of odlca From that hour to tho present the aim of tho Republicans has boon to give adequate protection to ovary domestic Industry which needed protection This policy has boon fol lowed continuously except In tho case of tho perfidy and dishonor Democratic tariff of U94 which the Ropub henna displaced by tho Dingley tariff whoa they reentered power In 1897 As a consequence of this wise Republican legislation the United States wont to tho front as a manufacturing nation In 1880 boating England In that year Our lead ovor that country which Is our nearest rival has been constantly lengthening in tho past quarter of a century Under Repub lican tariffs our exports of all sorts of merchandise have Increased but the gain has been especially large In manufactures In this field a countrys capabilities and Intelligence are put to tho supreme lost for hero tho com petition Is strongest in the markets of the world By that test the United Slates has won notable conquests and the Republican party has achieved trl umphs which are tho pride of its own members and of the American people In general It was In 1900 that Count Goluchowskl the Austrian minister of foreign affairs declared that Europe would be compelled to combine to re slst tho American commercial Inva Ion if Europe intended to retain its Industrial Independence For Europe the American commercial Invasion as shown by our exports of 600000 000 of manufactures is far more por tentlous today than It was six years ago Here Is an Inspiring thomo for Republican stump speakers for tho congressional campaign of 19065t Louis GlobeDemocrat The Same Old Bryan We are obliged to Mr Bryan He has confirmed our prediction that ho would clarity tho Issue which ho presented to tho country In his pre vlous presidential campaigns lie hu abandoned none of the beliefs which he professed In 1896 Ho is more rad ical than he was then and still believes that free coinage of sliver would con tribute to tho general prosperity While ho does not make it clear how he will deal specifically with the sev oral phases of the problem of wealth In Its relation to the commonwealth ho announces that his euro will be drastic and that he will shortly tackle the tariff railroad and trust questions and Imperialism Ho will not stretch his hand across tho bloody gulch to grasp that of tho safe and sane Ho will be glad to see thorn In any number and will per mit them to stand close up to him but they have got to come across by thorn Solves For Mr Bryan there must bo a rad ical democracy or none at allCleve land LeaderShall It Be Doomed T How to be useful to the free trado part oven though belonging to the protection party Is pointed out by Congressman Sullivan of Boston when ho says It Massachusetts will continue to load in the tariff battle one Repub titan state after anothor will swiftly fall Into line and the DIngloy tariff will be deemed Thats tbo Idea If enough Repub henna in Massachusetts keep on dis crediting It as they aro now doing and If other Republican states fall Into lino then the DIngle tariff will bo doomed Nothing could bo plain or than tho fact that tho doom of the best tariff the country has over had and the downfall of protection rest wholly with Republicans Con grossman Sullivan points out tho way Will Massachusetts continue toI lead the tariff battlo Mr Bryan among others would bo greatly pleased to receive an affirmative answer to this question The Other Side Tho desire to Increase our own prosperity at tho expense of our de pendents is at the root of the demand that no tariff reduction shall bo granted to the FlllpinosProvl donco Journal Lot us look at It tho other way Cora moment Is It not tho desire to bo just and fair to tho sugar tobacco and rice producers of our own coun try to keep faith with thorn to permit them to go on Investing domes tic capital and employing domestic labor Is not tho Republican party specifically pledged to that Proposition T Tho fiftyseven protectionist Republicans who voted against tho Philippine free trado bill were con sclentlaus In thinking so So were a considerable number ot house pro tectionist Republicans who voted for that bill under protest and In the be hot that tho measure could never pass tho senate Though tho Dingley tariff has n tow glittering faults this same Dbig Icy tariff U tho only enactment that stands between tho American workingman and the starvation wages paid In FnlardDangor NeaL I Iio e IIJC eatbt p the most I 0olye put a maddened ball to flight I Ive fought a bear without a gun I A stillTo f Youre right observed a quiet man Who eyed the braggarts with disdain I And so I might you that Alone I once held up a mint 0 0 r O- They did not answer when he leered t mInefHe looked so harmless so benign vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrA How an Outdoor Toy Can Be Built Which Will Give Lots of Amusement ft is hardly likely that any of our boys will have to stand a siege by a hostile force or be actually engaged In laying siege to tho stronghold of an enemy but almost every ono of them will be Interested In this siege gun It Is very simple and easy 19 make And will shoot a long way much farther In fact than you can shoot with a bow and arrow farther even than an air rifle will carry First you will need a tons straight sapling of hickory or some other tough springy wood oak ash or horn lock If you can find one growing In the spot from which you want to shoot so much the better all you have to do Is to strip off the branches and cut off the top But this Is not I TRKPARBD TO LBT TUB AIUIOW FLY at all likely You will probably want the engine of warfare planted on your own premises Cut ft tough pole about 12 feet long and three Inches thick at tile base and carefully trim oft all the bi inch os leaving however a fork about four foot from the top In case a limb Is growing there If not never mind you can replace tho fork with a per fect substitute Dig a hole two feet deop In the place whoro you wish your slogo gun to be permanently mounted Place the pole base down In this hole and wedge around It as many large stones as tho hole will contain Those must bo well wedged against the base of the pole Now fill up the hole with earth packing It down hard every few Inches until It Is flush with tbo rest of the ground Now bend over the top of tho polo and about two inches from tho end fasten a strong piece of twine about rlr LLY rllr ar Place three parlor matches on a table forming a pyramid and ask your If any of them can lift tho three Just as they stand with the remaining Ct course they will Ml say no You then the one you navo In your hand and with It Ueb the three M they stand be 00o O 0 s 22i giveAMi II not tell them that hed been wlie pageboy when his sister married ltlUJ somas o o ooL c Mr lr4v0 l OO l 01 Y lllY A five feet long In tho other end 01 the twlno tie a largo knot Your siege gun will shoot a queer Sort of ammunition neither bullets nor arrows but a long spear or lanco For this you need a straight stick five foot long You must scrape Its edges carefully until It Is perfectly round all but about threo inches from ono ond you may leave square If the stick should happen to be four sided Instead of already round To t tho other end of tho stick you may I fasten a regular barbed spearhead it you care to make one from iron or sheet tin or you may drive a long nail In this end for your spear point weighing it with strips of load bound around the end of the stick with cat gut or light wire In the or base end of your spear cut a notch large enough to hold the twine but small enough so that the knot on the twine will not pass through It The next and last you will t need Is an iron brass or wooden ring like a curtain ring or If you have not one at band you can easily make one This Is to take the place of the fork on your 12foot pole Tako a piece of whalebone or a piece of heavy wire or even a strong flexible stick and bonding It around so as to form a circle lash tho ends firmly together Now wrap this carefully around two or three times with tape or strips ot leather and then bind It I firmly to the upright pole by about I twothirds of Its height from the ground In fastening It thus use lightIwire or strong twine over which have rubbod a ot soap till It Is thoroughly greased vifl Now you are ready to flue your first shot says Good Literature Put your spear through the ring place the knot In tho twine In tho notch cut In the butt of your spear pull back tho spear until Its head Is nearly to tho ring as the illustration and then let It go If your polo Is a good ono the heavy spear will be hurled 209 yards or even more The boat kind of spears are made from alder sticks or long reeds such as grow In marshes They are very light and you can usually find a dozen or more growing together so that you can get a lot of spears at the same time With these for your ammunition you will find that your siege gun will outshoot anything your friends may possess except those who may have regular powder and shot firearms and oven those will have to use something bigger than 22 cat shots to beat youPtillIJYJYhIJlllJYYIJi7Y0 6 I ar THE FOUR MATCH TRICK I I DOING THE FOUR ilATCH TRICK I friends match strike other which square thing piece shows ing careful not to touch them Blow thorn all out quickly again and let them stand Just long enough to cool Now says tho Boston Globe place the single match under the three UIshown In the second picture and lift them all off the table You will 5i4 that they stick together as If glued i 4 + 4 w M r IA- nv oloioMoMo oMO ol o o o orio o oMo ooo o otlolo o East Kentucky Correspondence- News 1 You Get Nowhere Else o ottooormpoalence pabl abed inteM signed la fen br the writer Tilt tum U Mt lot paUiMtton hot as in rrtdenc of good filth Write pUiily 2 o nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnoorlooMADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Aug 23Mrs Kiz Cornelison and Maggie Adams spent Tuesday with Bud Bush and familyMrs Irvin Bakor and daughter Viola spent Sun day with Bales Wilson nnd family Pearl Adams has returned from a wooks visit with Mrs Sallie Bogio Same Bush nnd Mollio Fortuno spout Sunday with Maggio Adams Lizzie Maupin has returned from a few weeks visit with Mrs PaUlo PondorMurtio and Maud Johnson upont Thursday with Maggio and Pearl AdamsWAMACKTON Aug 20J E Brockman Otis Adams and R H Sopor with their families spent last Sunday nt Q B Gabbards Protracted meeting at tho Wallaceton Baptist Church elosod lost Sunday Rev Brummet of Williamsburg and tho pastor Rev Smith conducted the services The baptismal service was hold and five were added to the church Sunday morning Mooting begins at Silver Creek SaturdayMr and Mrs Isaac Pointer visited Mr Points sister Mrs Hickom at Round Hill last Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs J B Pitts are all smiles over a now boy who arrived nt their homo lest Tuesday Burnam Baker and family visited at R H Sopors FridayG B Gabbard and wife visited at Dreyfus last Saturday and SundayS W Halcomb and John Davis loft for Illinois last Sunday for a two weeks visit with friends and relatives Bill King was on Dog Walk SundayMrs Andy Renfro and mother woro the guests of Mrs Sue Holcomb last Thursday OCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Aug 27J M Bullen and Bertha fvWitx JfC Bullen Saturday and 1Sunday James Sexton has returned Road working is carried j oa pretty rapidly hereR E Moyo and Mrs J C Guinn are visiting relatives in IllinoisJessio Bullon has beensick sincelast wookA cow belonging to Gilo Alexander was killed by a passenger train last Thursday Rev Lambert passel through hero last Friday Mrs J If Bullen and daughter visitedrela tires on Allen Creek Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs Rucker of Conway visited B F Soxton of Burning SpringsThe corn crop is fine in this section JACKSON COUNTY BAND OAr Aug 24Services wore conducted bydeaconsMobloy and others Abel Pearl tho little eon of B P Gabbard fell from a horse a short time ago and was improvingMrs slowlyimprovlng family of Rodhouse Ky are visiting friends nnd relatives heroJohn Durham nnd family who have boon residing In Ohio for some time have returned here and plan to mako this their future home Master Murray Durham of Louisville is visiting relatives hemRev Samuel Bryant of Big Hill nnd daughter Eliza vis itcd relatives and attended churchat this place Saturday and Sunday While scoring ties tho other day Jas Stammer cut his foot with an axe A musical entertainment was given at tho homo of J R Durham Sun day evening in honor of his niece and nephew Eliza Bryant and Mur ray Durham Tho widow Norvillo who has been visiting her pamnts Mr nnd Mrs G V Clemmons has returned homo She was accompa nied by Roy Ballongor of Rockcas tie county James BogesNorvlo and wife of High Top have moved away Grauvilio Norvlo nUll wife of In diana are visiting relatives heroC- S Durham is warning his road hands to work the road next Thursday and Friday KVKIiailKKN Aug 20 George Brockman and tho Jones Brothonrnro still in the stavo business They are now buck ing staves on Horse Lick Mrs William Sparks had a peachcutting Saturday and those present report a good time Anna and Albert Powell took dinner with Lizzio Durham Sun day and spent tho afternoon at E G Smiths Etta and Alike Sparks and Martha Lake attended churchat Clover Bottom Sunday Mrs Alice J Jones visited Mrs Joe Smith Sat unlay night James Lunsford of Villa Grove Ills is spending a few weeks with friends in Kentucky Martha Lake has been quite ill tho past weekMartha Lake and Etta Sparks contemplate going to Cincin nati OPino Grove school is pro grossing nicely Tom Morris says people need not be afraid to ride now for ho has killed about nil the horse flies in Jackson county Program for the Teachers Association to be hold at Pine Grove the third Saturday in September Devotionaloxor cises Welcome address by George Sparks Response by Dora MoWhor tor Address by tho Superintendent Recitation Laura Hatfiold Moral Training J F Dean Responsibility of the Teacher George Drew Value of Neatness Ollie Hatfield Current Events J R Durham Recitation Fannie Moyera Music in tho Public School J G Durham Essay Sass Watson School Govern ment H N Dean Duty of Parents Lloyd Begley Habits Martha Jones How to Teach Physiology J M Anderson How to Teach Reading J B Farmer Oration J AMcDowell Ideal Teacher Pattie Moyers Re wards and Punishments Anna Pow ell Culture of tho Feelings Flor ence Durham Fitness for Teaching Martha Lake Recitation Emery G Amyx Singing will be arranged later Basket dinner will bo served on tho grounds iiuir HOCK Aug 27Messrs Welch and Ma thenywere through hero this week on business Win Marcum andwife have a fine girlAlox Perry the travelling r was hero Saturday taking picturesRev H M Penuimnn of Berea College de livered two addresses hero Tire lit Sunday School Rally TO BE HELD AT Egypt Ky Saturday Sept 1 1906 PROGRAM Meeting called to order at 930 a m by Singing Devotional Exercises Conducted by Rev D S I Smith Egypt Ky The Object ol the Meeting J F Dean Egypt Ky The Value of Sunday Schools W R Boggs mission I ary of American S S Union Clay county Kyt Music Quartet The Relation of the Public School to the Sunday School H F Minter Supt of Public Schools Jackson county Ky The Boy L J Webb Annvijlc Ky Music Quartet The Difficulties of the Sunday School Work C P Moore Tyner Ky itTheRelation of the Sunday School to the Church iJW Mullins Egypt Ky Temperance Lecture D S Smith Egypt Ky Adjourned to meet at i oclock Basket dinner Singing Choir Early Training Miss Haagen Burning Springs Ky z A Sand Board TalkTeaching a Primary Class f Mrs Messier McKee Ky hi sit t Song Quartet II Recitations By the pupils of various Sunday Schools I Kyti3J YYJI Announcements and Remarksi ti it Adjournment 1+ EVERYBODY INVITED i c t Iit u J t Wj r F gwJMFe4e cu r oUa tlo child of Mr and Mrs Matt Durbiu died Wednesday evening Wo extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents Rev E A Ball of Shirley Ind is visiting friends and relatives hero Mr and Mrs A II Williams of Alcorn woro the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Parsons Sunday Rev J W Parsons filled his regular ap pointment Saturday and Sunday Maud Parsons of Beren visited hero Saturday and Sunday Dicoy Par Sons was tho guest of Mr and Mrs G M Parsons Saturday night CLAY COUNTY HKXTONS CIIKKK Aug 20Verysultry weather continues Rov Albert Bowman preached an interesting sermon nt this place Sunday nt 2 p mW 11 SpivySundaying talk to tho young folks lIe also visited Sunday School at tho Clark school In tho afternoon Mr Boggs is a faithful worker Magio lantern show hero Saturday night School nt Spivy has bettor attendance this year than over before Tho enrollment for the first month is 82 Daily attendance 70 andmoreSupt Gar rot paid this school n visit last Wednesday Ho said that tho school had made greater progress in the last four years than any other school in afternoonjBillfor n fine breeding mare Little Lincoln Sparks is bettor this week Stevo Fields has sold his farm to Jesse Saylor and sons IN OUR OWN COUNTRY On August 21st the State Republican Convention of Illinois nominated Jos Q Cannon for President of tho United States in 1003 Mr Cannon whose homo is in Danville is speaker of the U S House of Represen tatives and is over seventy years old It is very unlikely that ho will Iw nominated by the national conveution in 1008 District Attorney Jerome announced his willingness to run for governor of New York if no pledges were re quired of him except tho keeping ot his oath of otliee This probably moans that ho does not want to pledge himself as a part of the Dem ocratic machine by rewarding the bosses with the spoils If that is his meaning his desire is a good one but with little hope of fulfillment Whon the United States began to bo a nation people voted for men because they had confidence in them rather than in tho party they belonged to Tnnnurcr Onlxirim Tht genial holdup man who bas to be rctllcl with Then they voted for men because they belonged to the party in which they believed Then the parties became largely machines for giving politicians easy jobs with good sal aries and blulliug tho common people by making them think they were voting for either good mon or good principles The forsaking of the first principle of voting for men be cause they were good nnd trustwor thy has led to the terrible abuse of the second principle of voting for men because they belonged to the party which was thought to stand for tho right Never vote for abacI man on your party ticket if you want to have your party win because it is right COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY non Don 0 Edwards was ronom mated for US Representative on tho Republican ticket in the Eleventh District in the primary election on August 18th It is thought that ho carried 13 of tho 10 counties which make up tho district with a plural ity of about 8000 Tho rival democratic candidates for Governor and U S Senator arc attracting much attention Senator McCreary spoke in Owenton on the 27th and said that ho was for Beck ham now and alt the time but that Beckham ought to let him bo senator a while longer theres no hurry about his getting into the Senate On the same day S W Hagar can didate for governor spoko in Lancas tor defending himself and tho administration from the charges made by Hays and saying that Hays charges of graft in the printing con tracts incriminated himself if the were true At the same time Hays also candidate for governor was speaking in Bowling Green and repeated his charges against tho P present administration Ho said that the great pressure of work which ho found waiting him In tho office ofI AttorneyGeneral had prevented him from mooting with tho printing com mitten and so ho could not ho blamod for its doings Talk on gentleman anti after n whilo we shall know what same of you have boon doing with thin money and power given you by tho citizens of Ken lucky IIKIIKA COIIIdi OlKNS SKIT IIInConcluded from ThlnUalltnArnilemjr tV lmrCIIInr llrrwi C Mega Ily limn Match Tho Academic school offers several courses all of which arc fully do scribal In tho catalog which will be sent to anyone who will writo to Seoy Gamble The two years academic courso is nu excellent uric for nil those who wish to continuo their studios beyond the common school branches but do not desire to spend tho limo and money which it takes to complete n college course The course is comploto in itself nUll does not prepare for n college coiiroo Any ono who takes this will Ge much bettor prepared toI enter n professional school than ho will be if ho only completes tho course in tho Model Schools It will amply repay those who do not continue any further course study by the broader vision it will givo of life and its problems Tho business course is another ono which requires two years of study after one has completed tho Model School This will prepare ono to hold n position as bookkeeper and will enable those who desire to take stenography and typowriting to become student in such work Those who do not desire stenogra phy may substitute sortie other study n its plate If there are persons who desire to learn a trade theywill have an op portunity to begin carpentry this fall This ill n good thing for those who wish to follow the trade for their life work as they will learn many things which they would not gut in an onlinary apprenticeship and will save a great dell of tins Tho average boy will make more progress in a trade at Borea In two years than ho will in four or five as an ordinary apprentice These trades are nu excellent thing also for those who wish to take a long course of study nnd have to dejxiid largely upon their own resources but do not desire to torch school The average pupil with n trade well learned can easily make his own way through school Tho bricklaying trade offers the same advnntagtfi but does not begin until the winter terra Kx pcuHes for the bricklaying course are uot in tho catalog an they depend upon tho number of pupils in thin class Eor particulars write to Secy W H Grumble Girls who desire to learn dressmaking laundry work or cooking will write to Mm J Hill In addition to these courses Berea offers the regular work which pro pares for college Tho Literary preparatory course is two yuan in length and prepares for tho Literary course in the college The Scientific course requires three years of prod paratory work any gives more ntleu Lion to mathematics nud sciences The Classical course gives more tlmo to languages especially Greek and Latin All students of good diameter who mean business are cordinlly Inv vitod to be with us this fall For further information regarding any of tho wourncs in tho Acndutuic Do partment write to M E Marsh Dean of Academy Borca College LfCturr nnd Killertnliiinrtitii A special Lyceum course that will ho n great privilege for allstudents and residents of Berea in being ar ranged for this fall to bo followed by a longer course for the winter and spring The committee com posed of Dr Cook Prof Lewis and Dr Cowloy have arranged for Mrs Jeannette Robinson Murphy recently of Now York now of Louisville tl give ono of her delightful musical entertainments early i n October Sunshine Hawks a fine lecturer from Maryland is expected ill Novem ber anti Dr George Hindley of Minnesota in December Dr Hind ley is a personal friend of Dr Cooks or wo might not bo fortunate enough to get him hero Ho is a very popu lar platform lecturer and his theme in Borea will probably bo Will it Take More about this course iu the near future Ono of tho groat advantages ol Boron College is that it is visited more famous preachers lecture andother noted persons from nil over the country than any other school in Kentucky Munis I inrlinriit AU who were In Borea lost your will be pleased to know that Mr Rlgby and Miss Campbell nro to con tinue their able instruction this year Tho Choral classes conducted by inyl terost Here ono slag to road so that ho may teach others A good hind will be organized the Oleo Club will bo more popular than t v j i W l over the Harmouin Society will bo conducted us usual nod n number of ow mOil are coming to givo Berea ono of tho list Orchestras in this part of tho state The instrumental department will bo under the instruction of Miss Winifred Campbell who last your proved hersulf n superior instructor Those wishing to train themselves to SundaySchoolsue her and mako arningomonU noon entrance Thorn will IM classes iu piano and those wmhiug to become more accomplished may no euro those advantages n very low costA good square piano for sal o or rent at Chrismnnfl tho furniture man FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HEIJNDON miles from Boron on tho Richmond Iiku 1500 1TRIPIsland V- IACXHDMagnificent Steamers of the D C Line TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4TII TICKETS 10 DAYSISPECIAL TRAIN Ciuncinnntl nt 81G a For full information address W CALLOWAY Gen Pass Age- ntCincinnati rrrr rrttr II e WHO SAID GROCERIES tShe ought to have it throuGh the tolcphone No 33 i or have called in person and talked on the subject to W D LOGSDON Whan you good things nt low pries the man J to talk with x i 20 pounds Sugar fitgoo- s Try a Sack of Eureka Flour Host on Unrlh his Ina White Rose Flour per Sack Go K 12 Pint Cups ao t Uest Rubbers Fruit Jars per Dorian 05 r o IJest Fruit Jar Caps per Dozen 25 v tAllkinds of Fruit Jnrs nnd everything right nt q 5 I Logsdons UptoDatc Grocery Store o t ilA1lAAilAllRdil AA +Ii1AAIR AAA itstlAiaitilitAilAiliir Aililil ilitit1i uo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oo o Oj f o Bargains in Tickets r o o via Rock Island x TO COLORADO Very low round trip rates all miimnor Special reductions to CALIFORNIAo September 23 to 2tt inclusive 0ery low round trip rats nil summer Special September to M inclusive Quo wny Colonist ttt1k tit will A o on sale Soplumbor 15 to October 31 TO HOT SPRINGS ARK 01cry low round trip rats nil summer r o c Booklets and Full Information o Raton Routos Etc on Roquost 0 n frz r i Rock Island 1 05ystom 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and Irregular Since taking CarsullIfeel like a new woman and suffer as I did Always Remember the full NameILaxative Bromo CuresnCold in One Day GripinTwoI oakL I I I c f