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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mgawsflwafefswfefteewlo I BEREA PUBLISHING CO i pNC1nrufATIDs S a 0 0ot1 ooooooooooooo I YoL t Five cents a copy MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 27 1008 Ono Dollar a year No 0 1 NEWS OF THE WEEK Two Robbers Beaten Congo Trouble Solved Fierce Riot Panama Conditions TWO UOIlDKIlS 1tEATSNItay- mond T TutU a farmer of Lincoln park N J was hold up by two rob bore who lumped into time wagon and dunanded his money The fariu ul knocked the tint man over the dash hoard and tho wogon ran over 4him Then lit protesdod to Join bat with the nut Alter nearly stripping the outlaw of hie clothes ho got him off ties wagon and ealttd tor help The man run and whoa the tanner reached home he found a watch and itt In the robbers vest poeka CONGO IMIOULMM 8CUVHD Af ter several months of bitter Btrog ohamber wf Deputies has rl gadcpled the Congo anncxaUen treaty by a vote of U ta U The pea age lueaaa that Congo la annexed to the Bute of Uelgium and King Leopold Ii ready to endorse the bill hang l opoldn cruelties are now drawing to close as this part of him domains has been tnnmderwl to IMgluaK- 1KUCK RlOTA fires riot took place aawrday bttn the strike cap miners and the atrlke breakers in Cleveland O One man was bed ly lajvred and several more were hurt by ttylng mlMlltk The strikebreakers are employed by the Kd ward Levy It Co sad as they were leavlag the factory the strikers attacked them In a body and a sharp rucountrr followed PANAMA CONDITIONS President Rooeewlt has made pwbllc the report made to him August 6 by special commission regarding the conditions li ADaM The commission war np pnlnted lat April to ieveetlgato the indlicim and eepeeiaUy the ao ommodatlona on the inhraus of Panama The President WM so pleased that be Bent a letter of appreciation to each member of the eonmhuiom thanking them and aeraring theta that every reqoeet made by them for Improvement should be granted OIRL COMMIT 8UICIDB Miss llllfrml Parsons daughter of the late Chariot Parsons President of tho Rome Wattertown and Ogdenburg Railroad was found dead with a bullet wound In her head In her apartments In Paris Franco Tho police say It In a suicide while friends of the girl say it was an accident 1171000 TluIirrFlo thoft rave ttry of 1173090 from tho United Statue subtreasury a year and a halt ago ono of tho largest losses raetalnod by the Government In this nmnnor is said to be solved Geo W Fitzgerald was arrested Sunday morning thru suspicion tho he was Huiplcloned at tho beginning but his story was so plausible that ho WM let go Fitzgerald was an M sorllngtcller under tho Assistant United States Treasurer llo was discharged from tho service but not arrested until Sunday Fltzgcraldd property was estimated at 3000 before the theft occured but since ho has beta making speculations reach lug the thousands and Is now await 11 fe further evidence SHERIFF ELUDES MOB After remaining at a farm house near Ires ton Ark all of Saturday night la order to evade a party bent on lyn rhlng their prisoner Sheriff J M lrady and a deputy of Conway Ark airlvcd In Little Rock Saturday with James Cartwrlght a white farmer who killed his wife at their homo near Conway Thursday and Is now lodged In tho penltontary A mob U formed at Conway Friday night with ten avowed Intention of lynching tho man Tho authorities learning tf their plans removed him from tho Jail before the mobs arrival Tho natives of tho Kongo Free State are very particular about their Sunday dross They appear In till very gay est of clothing they can find i X AM V3H3EI 3D I tSHEIICITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People BEREA POLITICAL NOTES Sherman Picks SpeakersTaft Hits Bryan Roosevelt Decides for Hughes Dryan Fires first Gun BHISIIMAN TICKS SPEAKlJttS As James S Sherman the Kopubllflnn candidate for VIcoITMldent Is wen acquainted with all the good speakers In Congress ho will be of val I uable service to Hitchcock tho Ilo publican Chairman Ha wants the bill apwikcra Iti Congress to tako the stump and Sherman will begin hit speaking tour the lost week In I September and wilt continue until after the election NoomberIa It U planned now to Pillow Mr Bryan at several meetings and reply to the Democratic cmidldAUs dltcuMon ot the National iMn TAFT HITS ARYAN Mr Taft IB a speech before a crowd of Vir ginia HmwIiUaBM said that Bryans Utwowit that the people did not rain Ulna the ntpubUenn party WM wrong and that UN panto 4e ralp thru the ItemtMtotn party Mr Taft referral to Mr MilClnleyi ONt ol rtlou M one of the most liMUgMt and most effective expreaalon of i the will ot the people eat lU- Dl1tl to the world Sir Taft said this n shown more fully In 1100 when tho majority was greater etlll i more IN IfW when Kowevelt WM ktcfd A very ladle crowd nttMMl fOCI the speaking Hit WM Virginia Day ROOST VELT UMCIDES ON HUGH POafter listening tu the report of the different lUpttbllnu toiler Pros Roosevelt MM that Huctwa moat le- the partys nomine for Governor of New York IIvgbM k very strong In New York and his defeat for the rumination for Ooretor might mean the loRe of New York to the nation al ticket BRYAN FIRM nUT OUNW- J Bryan the DeMocratS candidate for tho presidency Krd UM first gun In tIN campaign at Dsa Mace Iowa teat Friday night Aa Mr Brymaa speeohw are named this- one will be esUed Tbs Tariff Bpeeeh neW that the Democratic party to Ute only organiantton that wilt tax this people fairly and OSMM every man according to hit income I lie said the whole aim of the Dem nratio party was to secure justice taxation A very Urge crowd liB the speaking at tho base perk DOSTON IT Republican political i activity will center in Boston during the next few days when Chairman partyiIn regard to tho presidential aspect there Hitchcock Is a brainy tore withIexists The States that arc tho most I doubtful will be tho ones that will maniage LUTHER PARKER KILLED A very sad and unfortunate ned dent occured Friday night August 21 In Ladles Hall of fovea College Mr Luther Parker of Cincinnati fell from the third floor down tho elevator shaft to the basement and sustained Injuries which resulted In his death o few hours later Mr Parker was rooming In the building and shortly after nine oclock left his room to get a pitcher of water Ho being unfamiliar with his surroundings entered the wrong door and in tho darkness stopped Into space and fell about forty feet to tho basement Mr Parker exhibited a great deal of ncrvo for ho Immediately called for aid and told Mrs Herget and others how It happened and that his arm was broken He was removed to tho hospital and put In charge of Dr Desirable Property to be Sold in Berea The following described residence property will be sold at Public Auc tion on the premises in Berca Ky to the highest bidder on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908 10 OCLOCK A M THE LOT 78x330 foot Is located on Chestnut Street In tho best resi dence part of town and IH nn dual building site sloping gently to front anti rear giving perfect drainage nice lawn soma fruit good garden THE HOUSE Is practically now containing five good sized rooms and two porches anti IH wolf finished inside and out All windows doors and back porch arc screened In Well nt door OTHKll IMPROVEMENTS A good barn with quarters for horse cow and and feed for same largo chicken house with room for 100 IIOIIH good Incubator anti brooder house buggy shod otc locatinginsuch n complete cottage homo Is offered for sale In Boron to soo property or further information should apply to W P PREWITT Auct M L SPINK Berea Kentucky i LABOR AND POLITICS Among tho various reasons given by hopeful Democrats for think ing can Barry the country this fall Is that Sainuul dumpers hued of tho American Federation of Labor Imsileolnred that the Dew oorntlo suits him bettor than the Republican one iu regard to autUinjuncUou Therefore those hopeful Democrats soy the labor vote will be worst for Bryan and he will win This is worth looking into but HB soon as ono looks one sees that tho Democratic hope to not justified In the first place Gompurs has been taking great paluH to declare that he cannot oontrol any vote but his own and that he has not promised the labor vole to any one Ho says his opinion is not official nail that no ono has to vote the way he says But thero is no doubt that ho will do nil ho can for Bryan The question is what can hu dot The answer is mighty little Air Gompura has not got oven the organized labor men behind him About one working man iu ton iu the United States belongs to a union BO that if ho had thom all he would liars lees then a tenth of limo total vote to give Bryan But he hits not got that For example there Are a good many labor unions in the Federation and tho heads of nearly hull of those unions and the biggest and most important unions served notice in a joint paper en Mr Gompers that they were not In anyway bound by what mu might think about politics and would vote as they pleased and that tbe other members of their unions would do the some do thatb tsia bad split iu tho unions to start with This showed up too In a emMler way in Chicago where the local Federation was called on to endorse Air Gompers notion and did to only by a very small majority at tho same Lillie declaring that limo notion wall not binding on any onto That does not look like a tnlhl labor vote for the Peerless Leader Hut even when the unions Wave a ood together in politics which they have dona once or twiae they have done very little Two years ago iu tho congressional races Mr Compere set out to defeat about twenty congressman who he thought hnot been very friendly to labor Time other unions stood with him and time laboring mOil made a haul fight Of course the district chosen weru all in plus whoro the labor vote ia strong and Gomperc said he would defeat most of the tarn But he did not detest ft single one Also last week in Chicago where they were holding primaries and where the labor vote II very strong the labor unions got together and endorsed total of 105 candidate Of these only 81 were suocesaful and not one of these WM a labor candidate The fact ia this when time labor unions go into politics as unions it is to get special favors for the uniting and not to work for good government for all of us They want class legislation And the American people do not want class legislation They want fair play for everybody anti special furore to atone and when they seo anybody going after special favors the people get after that lady until liven time better members of the unions drop out when it oomes to a political fight and peruse organised for special interests liko the Grangers of a few years ago always fail So it is with the labor unions in polities Time beet union men will not stay by the rest and the iwople turn against them anti the men who have tried to climb up on the ladder of special interest fet left That is what Bryan te doing aud whAt is going to happen to Cornelius but all eftata were in vain for tu victims ago and Mae omint ed against him In such a fall as the one which he bad Death came about 5 oclock Saturday morning The remains necompnnled by Dr Horse wore Iont to Cincinnati for Interment Tho funeral was preached by Rev Ilerget at Spring Grove Chapel Cin cinnati Sunday afternoon at 330 oclockMr Parker was known to many huslnefls people being In tho pack Ing business until 20 years ago and from that time until two years ago being connected with tho Cincinnati Ice Co Three sons survive him two In Cincinnati and ono In tt Lnuls He loaves a considerable is tateITIME OF HIS LIFE I Tio above expression with suitable changes of the personal pronoun to fit number person and gender Is of ten used to descrlbo tersely an oc casions full of joy and hanplness Other occasions may have been eq ually crowded with satisfaction but whenever ouo Is havlnj so rich Ml oxerptnco that from Its closo prox imity It seems tho most fruitful im mediate sourco of pleasure he is hay ing tho time of his life The Writer Is fresh from ono of these rare delights Tho Citizen reader who goes thru this little sketch will find It n conglomerate of personals nearly all of luoreet to past and present friends of Berea College I Ncarjy half of my recent seventeen days absence from Berua in company with my dear wife was epcnt nl tho country homo cf my son Ernost 0 Dodge on a high plateau far up tho Hudson River A beautiful valley spread out to the east allowing tho eye to reach tho Berkshire hula I while on the west the Catsklll Mount ains loomed up In stately grandeur My cons work In recont years has been teaching tho classics In one of New York citys great High Schools He ant his wife Mary Hoopcs Dodge 1 also ono of Bereaa graduates are giving most of tho summer to tho society of six months old Beatrice whom we found to bo capable of showing expressive eyes and a wln some emllo In Jamestown Pa vro saw Edith Mooro now Mrs Ross Marshall and bci four years old Homer Passing In silence a few hurried visits with relatives unknown to The Citizen and the annual reunion of my regl irent let us take a peep at the other experiences of a two or three days stop In Cleveland In anticipation Yf of our friends Jas SI Myrtle Burr Racer one of graduates and the other proposed to have a Berea at their cosy homo 9001 Ma N W In our honor It thought appreciated by us than thoy Her will know scheme carried out to a success went far toward feel that our coming was notable events In Cloy history Mr Racer is finely as general salesman for Waddell Millinery Co and addition to being a model has nearly completed a course In art design There twenty of us at their evening of the 20th Inst I heard tho testimony cf who afterward compared emphatically as to the of the occasion Somo of dignified were betrayed mild jokes Doubtless rung before we separat nl himWell Mary W Mills former lady at Berea Is at the head of Training School for work ers our foreign population 511i Mrs Elizabeth C the same school tho not of camo with Mrs Mills Hlnuman and wife formerly 1270 Ethel St Lake graduates were there Mr with the Brooks PublishingI Co live In the Attorney Burkct and wife Mary Maltby We also en hospitality of the Hlnn Another Alumrni E A as being with tho Fork and Hoe Co Trust Building Miss LottoI M came for tho occasion from her 50 Lussard Place Palnos Her work for the school tho High School at Klrt and her college courso her fitted for It MrI A law firm of Mann and and Nettle Burdette Mann en Fourth raze Worth Reading- are the Letters to Texas They are full of good advice to young people and old and interest ing to read even if you dont need advice On the last page of this number of The Citizen and of the oed num her DONT MISS THEM o The O Be And it is easy if you will open an here with even a and then follow some plan in small sums that you will j You can secure a savings reserve on the 1 4 plan and all the time you ore we will add four to your thus helping the total i L J J W t J J J W Herndon ET Fish W H Cbas Burdette I F Dean + I I e CLNT PAID ON q + IN STATE Night Trip Mountain Echo Special Term of Court NIGHT night riders masked and armed Sat niday night set fire to the tobacco barn of Walter Galloway near Fal mouth Ky The barn contained MOO of tobacco and was Sir Galloway being awakened by the glare of the fire lot his gun and fired at the bunoh from his window and hit ono of the man The wounded man Is Lawrence Pal mer and is said to reside on an adjoining farm to Galloway FRBB TRiITho at tho school at herald BtwttUt were given n free pees to by the Lexington Railway There wore 91 of thorn and had a couch which was coupled to the train to Loxmgton They had a splendid limo and the majority of them will never forget their first trip MOUNTAIN ECHO The Mountain Echo the oldest Republican paper In tho State has been Incor by F P Elliot L B McIIaigue and J W Stevemon for the purpose of continuing the of this veteran J W Stevenson Is the editor and will remain so In teflnltely It Is said that In tho thirty four years of Its existence the pap aYi ooooueeeac yey e Citizen is Rap 0 seOI0 o- fvofoofororoorolofoonr e Berea Bank and 0 I TrustCd t BEREA KY t I t Saving Should Easy account dollar systematic of tslngloregularly not feelyvirtually install tmont deposits saving materially 5000000 Surplus 1000000 MOORE Pres J STEPHENS Cashier IPMoore Porter 4i NfEUEST SAVINGS ohs OUR OWN RIdersFree RIDERS Twentyfive pounds destroyed children County Natural Bridge Eastern special regular coming weekly porated Congressman Edwards publication weekly present Growing ter only missed four IIiu sand three of those were caused by moving tifo cfflce SPECIAL TERM Judge L D Lewis called a special term of the Leslie County Circuit Court Monday to begin September 1 and lasting two weeks for tho purpose of trying the oases against Alex Day for kill Ing Felix Lewis and Frank Davidson and Sam Davidson Jack Naplor and Will Slzemoro for killing Hugh Jones VETERAN DROWNEDWes Price a confederate soldier was drowned In Little Darren River In Metcalf County Sunday morning Price was attempt Ing to lord the river which was swol len by rains tho buggy being ca ho was thrown into the rivervPrice was seventy years old and served thru the Civil War In the 4 Confederate Army KILLED AT SHAWANEE TENN Frank Davis with his twoyearold child In his arms shot and killed George Drltton at Shawance Tenn Saturday morning Uritton shot Dav I is twice before Davlo drew his pistol then Davis shot Brltton thru the f heart killing him Instantly The tragedy i grew out of an old gruilre be tween the men which originated In Mlddlcflboro Ky a year ago The doctors say that Davis will not recover The question is Shall the people nisi The Peerless Leader thunderedI 96I I I RESOLVED THAT NICE TOILET ARTICLES ARE BUTmVOIVEDONT U WANT SOME LOVELY WEAKABLE5To PUT oN IVoJTHEY AIAKEIU fEEt GOOD AND LOOK I GOODBUSTER BROWN r JI r errs T T I CCWOO AFTER THE JWIJH SATISFACTION Do YOU NOT AND IYoU NOT WISH TO GIVE SATISFACTION To OTHERS IF YOU MEET OTHERS YOU WILL BETTER SATISFY THEM IF YOU MEET THEM NEATLY DRESSED YOURSELF REMEMBER r YOUR FRIEND IS SEEKING To ADVANCE YOU SHE CAN DO So BETTER IF YOU ARE STYLISHLY CLAD WEAR GooD ATTIRE IT WILL HELP YOU COYLE HAYES You Pay LessOr Get More boo HAMPTON of PLACER ANA tPAIIISUAUThf PO1 1llIfAlIPlRllfJ KIt5f lffllftflll ImfCILUIrl1IcI ibYWGtT DYRGiyrLUlY dfps SYNOPSIS A detachment the Eighteenth Infantry from Fort Belhuno trapped by Indian In a narrow gorge Among them U a stranger who Introduces himself by the name of Hampton also Olllis the trader and his Olllle and foat ot the aoldlers are killed dur a three days siege Hampton and the girl only escape from the They tall exhausted on tho plain A company of the Seventh cavalry LJeut Hampton Intontlthe Kid She show him pYa picture and tells him what she can decide Naldatheand Hampton lie Induces ro back and to have nothing more to do With him Hampton plays hIli lastme- et cards Ho announces to Red mavIn that he has quit and then leaves Glen eold MI s Phoebe Spencer arrives In Musa WynkoopPclalda and Lieut Brant again meet his knowIng who ahe Is Sho Informs rut ot the coming Bachelor club ball In of Mias Spencer Neut Brant teela Silent Murphy Cu tcrs scout He reports trouble brewing among the Seoul Social dlmcultles arise at the Bachelor clubs ball among tho admirers of Miss Spencer Lieut Brant meets Miss Spen cer but she Is not his acquaintance ot the day before She tells him of and meeto her lignin as he la accldentallr ballroom with II tan for tae Spencer Brant accompanies Nalda come from the dance On tho way she ntonns him as to who she Is and that Is to meet Hampton Brant and lhe melt Ilampton Informs the tenant that his attentions to Nalda must cease and proclaims an authority over her that Justifies the statement rant tells Hampton of the presence of- Rent and the fact that lavln receives government mssaga for him Miss Spencer called on Hob a redfaced strangermistakingshermfor Nalda Brant Inter Red Slavln Finds that he Is an ex wasimlavinsore than ten years Robert Nolan then a captain In the Sev enth of the murder of MaJ Brant 8r Hampton attempt to force a confession from Slavln Slavln InsIsts It Is Murphy has left In a thrusttramtnarahal Mob attempt to capture Meson and his prisoner escape to a hill tnd defend themselves Mob lights fire to burn them out Brant tells Nalda that he loves her She tells him there Is an Insurmountable barrier but that she does not fullY understand It Brant and his troop rescues Hampton and Mason from the tires set by mob Brant carries the unconscious gambler through tho lines of fire Ramp ton Is taken to the hotel and Nalda comes to nurse him Miss accepts theI- seAorrdereedhto Wynkoop Brant take the field Before he goes Nalda tells him she loves him bUt cannot become his wife or otter an ox yjanatlon He Insists he will return to Hampton goes on the trail ot Silent then at Cheyenne the ono man who can clear Capt Nolan ot the charge of murder of MaJ Brant 15 years before Hampton arrives at Cheyenne after Murphy had left with dispatches for follows the scout determined to wring from him a confession Comes within sight of Murphy on the edo of tho Indian country CHAPTER XXIX Ths Verge of Confession Murphy uttered ono sputtering cry of surprise flinging his hand Instinct rely to his hip but attempted no more Hamptons ready weapon was thrusting its muzzle into tho astound ed face and the gray eyes gleaming along the polished barrel held the fel low motionless Hands up Not a move Murphy I have the drop Tho voice was low but stern and the old frontiersman obeyed mechanically although his ocamed face was fairly distorted with rageYou Damn youI thought I knewthe voice yes I am here all right Rather odd place for us to meet isnt lit But you see youve had tho advantago all thcso years you know whom you were running away from while I was compelled to plod along in the dark nut Ive caught up just the same If it has been a lung raco What do yewant me ferr Tho look In the face was cunning Hold your hands quiet higher you fool Thats it Now doat play with me I honestly didnt know for certain I did want you Murphy when I first started out on this trip I merely suspected that I might from some things I had been told When somebody took the liberty of slashing at my back In a pokerroom at Glen cald and drove the knife into Slavln by mistake I chanced to catch a glimpse of the hand on the hilt and bore was a scar on It About 15 years before I was acting as officer ot the guard ono night at Oothune It was a bright starlit night you remem ber and just as I turned tho corner of tho old powder houso there came a sudden flash a report a sharp cry I sprang forward only to fall headlong over a dead body but In that gash I had seen the hand grasping the re volver and there was a near on the back of It a very peculiar scar It chanced I had tho evening previous slightly quarreled with the officer who was killed I was the Only person known to bo near at the time ho was shot certain other circumstantial evi dence was dug up while Slavla and ono other no It was not you gave some damaging manufactured testi mony against me As a result I was held guilty ot murder In tho second degree dlsraleiicd from tho army in disgrace and sentenced to ten years Imprisonment Bo you see it was not exactly you I have been hunting MurphyIt was a scar Murph race was tttatorlcd iota a bidetuj so9IL I notice you bear exactly that kind of a scar my man and you spoke last night as If you had some recollection of tho case Tho mocking grin expanded Into the husky voice crept a snarl of defiance for now Murphys courage had come backho was fronting flesh and blood Oh stop proachlnan shoot an bo damned ter ye You do mo a grave injustice Mur phy Your slashing at mo down In Olencald hasnt left so much as a sting behind Its completely blotted out forgotten I havent the slightest desire to kill you man but I do want to clear my name of tho stain of that crime I want you to tell tho whole truth about that nights work at Be thune and when you havo done ao you can go Ill never lay a finger on you you can go where you please Dahye aint got no proof agia mesldcs tho case is closed It cant be opened aglnby law You devil Id bo perfectly Justi fied In killing you exclaimed Hamp ton savagely Murphy stared at him stupidly the cunning of incipient Insanity in his eyes En whar do ye expectme- ter sayall this pcrvldln of course I wus fule nough ter do Itt Up yonder before Ouster and the officers of tho Seventh when we get In Theyd nab me likely Now see here you say It is Impos sible for them to touch you because tho case is closed legally But Ive had to suffer for your crime Murphy suffer for 15 years ten of them behind stone walls and there are others who have suffered with mo It has cost mo love home all that a man holds dear The very least you can do In ordinary I Up Murphy decency is to speak truth now It will not hurt you but It will lift mo out of hel- lWellmaybe might Anyhow Ill go onwith yc Kin sit upt Im dog tiredly yere Unbuckle your belt and throw that over first Im damned It will Notn no InjuncouutryI tough retorted Hampton with exasperating coolness his revolvers muzzlo held steady but just the same its got to be done know you far too well to tako chances on your So unlimber Oh Iguess not and Murphy spat contemptuously Do ye thinkIm afeard o yershootln Ye dont dare fer Im no good ter yedead You are perfectly are quite a philosopher in your way You would to no good to mo dead Murphy but you might prove fully ns valuable maimed Now Im playing this gamo to the limit and that limit is just about reached You unlimber before count ten you murderer or Ill spoil both your hands The mocking sardonic grin deserted Murphys features Unlimber Its tne last call a snarl the scout unclasped his army belt dropped It to tho ground and sullenly kicked it over toward Hs tnpton Nowsowyou you gray eycJ devil kin Isit upt The other nodded lie had drawn the fangs of the wolf and now that he no longer feared a sudden lInex plainable feeling of sympathy took possession of Murphy oputtoied ad swore but his victorious coalman Ion neither spoke nor moved There were several distant smokes out to the northward now evidently the any swering signals of different bards of savages while tar away beneath tho Shadow of the low bluffs bordering the stream numerous Jack moving dots to show agust the llsht brown background llaipton noticing that Murphy had stopped swearing to gaze swung forward his fcld glasses for a better view They are Indians right enough he said at last Here tako a look Mur phy I could count about 20 in that bunch and they aro traveling north The older man adjusted tho tubes to his eyes and looked long and steadily at the party They seemto bo a closln In he declared finally staring around Into tho others fate all bravado gone Theres another lotbucks all o e- mout west yonder an over cast smudgo tojust startln Looks like wo wus In a pocket an than might be some harralsln fore long Well Murphy you art tho older hand nt this business What do you advlso doing Me Why push right longwhile wo kin keep under cover Then after darktrust ter bull luck an make nuther dash Its mostly luck any how You mean we should start now Better let tho cattlo rcstnrs- tAnIt ye over feed prisonersId like tor cat a bite mcsllf They rested there for over two hours the tired horses contentedly munching the succulent grass of tho coulee their two masters scarcely ex changing a word Murphy after satis tying his appetite rested flat upon his back one arm flung over his eyes to protect them from the sun At last they saddled up and passed down the couleo Into tho more precip itous depths of the narrow canyon Their early advance was slow and cautious as they never felt certain what hidden enemies might lurk behind tho sharp corners of tho winding defile and they kept vigilant eyes upon tho errated skyline The sav ages were moving north and so wore theyIt was fully three oclock when they attained to tho bank of tho Powder and croucho among tho rocks to watt for tho shad is of night to shroud their I further adva tee Murphy climbed tho bluff for a Idcr view bearing Hamp tons fieldmasses slung across his shoulder for tho latter would not leave him alone with the horses Ho returned finally to grunt out that there Hands Not a Move I Have the Drop the I I I I gun right You I With him I began a I v was nothing special In sight except a shifting of those smoke signals to points farther north Then they lay down again Hampton smoking Mur phy either sleeping or pretending to sleep And slowly the shadows of an other black night swept down and shut them In It must havo been two hours later when they ventured forth Sllcnco and loneliness brooded everywhere not so much as a breath of air stirring the leaves Murphy continued to lead the light tread of his horse barely audible Hampton pressing closely behind revolver In hand tho two pack horses trailing In the rear Midnight and thoy pulled up amid the deeper gloom of a great overhang Ing bluff having numerous trees near Its summit There was the glow of a distant firo upon their left which red dened tho sky and reflected oddly on the edges of a vast cloudmass rolling up threateningly from the west Their horses stood with heads hang Ing wearily down their sides rising and falling and Hampton rolling stiff ly from tho saddle hastily loosened his girthTheyll drop under us If wo ont glvo them an hour or two ho said quietly Theyre both dead beat Murphy muttered something Inco herent and garnished with oaths and tbe moment ho succeeded In releasing tie buckle sank down limp at the vory fepttlf his horse rolling up Into a qucei ball Tho other stared and ttx K step neurer WnUB the matte TJ Are you IIlckt Slurjjcj Zoo p TTO ttrcd dont want oitet its thet thing agin What thing Thet green dovllsh crawlln face If ye must know And ho twlstog his long apelike arms across his eyes lying curled up as a dog might For a moment Hampton stood gas Ing down upon him listening to his Incoherent mutterings his own fact grave and sympathetic Then ht moved back and sat down Suddenly the full conception of what this meant came to his mind tho man had gone mad The strained cords of that diseased brain had snapped In tho pros cnco ot Imagined terrors and now all was chaos The horror ot It over whelmed Hampton not only did this unexpected denouement leave him utterly hopeless but what was ho tc do with the fellow They were in theory heart of tho Indian country tho country of tho savage Sioux Ha Stared nt tho curledup man now si lent and breathing heavily as if asleep If ho only might light a pipe or boll himself a cup of black coffee Murphy never stirred the horses were seemingly too weary to browse Then Hampton nodded and sank into an un easy doze CHAPTER XXX Alone with the Insane Beneath the shade of uplifted arms Murphys eyes remained unclosed Whatever terrors may have dominated that diseased brain tho ono purpose of revenge and escape never deserted- It With patient cunning he could plan and wait scheme and execute Ho was all animal now dreaming only of how to tear and kill Ho was many minutes thoroughly satisfying hlmsalt that Hampton actu ally slept Ills every inovomont was slow crafty cowardly tho savago in his perverted naturo becoming moro and more manifest It was more boost than man that finally crept forward on allfours tho eyes gloaming cruel as n cats In tho night Within a yard of tho peacefully slumbering man bo rose up crouching on his toes and bending stealthily forward possibly feeling the closo proximity of that hor rible presence Then the manlao took ono moro stealthy slouching step nearer and flung himself at the ox posed throat uttering a fierce snarl as his fingers clutched the soft flesh Hampton awoke gasping and choking to find those mad eyes glaring Into his own those murderous hands throt fling him with the strcngtL of mad nessAt first tho stupefied halfawakened man struggled as If In delirium scarcely realizing tho danger Ho was aware of suffering of horror of suf focatlon Then tho brain flashed into life and ho grappled fiercely with his dread antagonist Murphy snapped like a mad dog his lips snarling curses but Hampton fought silently desperately his brain clearing as he succeeded in wrenching thoso claws from his lacerated throat and forced his way up on to one knee Ho worked his way Inch by Inch to his foet his slender figure rigid as steol and clOied- In upon the other but Murphy writhed out of his grasp as a snako might Tho younger man realized now to the full his peril and his hand slipped down to tho gun upon his hip There was a sudden glint In tho faint star light as he struck and tho stunned maniac wont down quivering and lay motionless on tho hard ground With the quick decision of one long accustomed to meet emergencies Hampton unbuckled tho lariat from ono of the led animals and bound Murphys hands and limbs securely As ho worked ho thought rapidly He comprehended thn extreme des peratlon of their present situation Whilo tho revolver blow might possi bly restore Murphy to n degree of san ity It was far more probable that he would awaken violent Yet be could not deliberately leave this man to meet a fato of horror In tho wilder nose That which would have beea quickly decided had he been alone became a most serious problem whoa considered in connection with tho In sane helpless scout Then there were the dispatches They must bo of vital importance to have required tho send leg of Murphy forth on so dangerous a ride other lives ay the result ol tho entire campaign might depend upon their early delivery Hampton bad been a soldier the spirit ot the service was still with him and that thought brought him to final decision Unless they wero halted by Sioux bul lots thoy would push oa toward the Big Horn and Custer sholld havo the papersHo knelt down beside Murphy un buckled tho leather dispatch bag and rcbuckled it across his own shoulder Then ho set to work to revive the prostrate man The eyes when opened stared up at him wild and glaring tho ugly taco boro tho expression oi abject fear Tho man was no longer violent ho had brcomo a child fright cned at tho dark Securely strapping Murphy to his saddle and packing all their remain Ing store of provisions upon one horse leaving the other to follow or remain behind as It pleased ho advanced dl rectly Into tho hills steering by aid of tho stars his loft hand over on Murphy bridle rein his low volco of expostulation seeking to calm the others wild fancies and to curb his via lent speechTO DE CONTINUED The Even Tenor ofHis WayIA man who served as a Hempstead Long Island for over 60I years died yesterday Some days as bb sat dozing on his seat In front ot tho railroad depot a commute said to him You must have seen oomt qiior things Luke In your halt cen tury of going to and frat Dunno 111I I have waS tho slow answer Iu bucLud rittsburu Cazctta JICLEANLINESS IN MILK AND BUTTER A NECESSITY I Bar tha Unwholesome Microbe Mnko Friends with tho Wholesome OnesBy Prof W T Simpson t I Much lies been heard In recent years regarding tho linportanco of clean milk in connection with oho health of children of Invalids and of milk drinkers gen erally 1C hat been pointed out that infectious Uncases are more liable to bo caused by n dirty milk supply than by a clean one because tho chances of con tamlnntlon with Infectious germs or microbes nro Increased enormously It line also been pointed out that dirty milk owing to tho putrescent matter it has unnocoe Jenrlly received is Form of n specially fertile Used In Some medium for u0Certified Plants growth of microbe or bacteria In such numbers alto bo Injurious to tho health of those who drink It This Is one aspect of tbo question relating to milk and Is of Interest lo everyone It Is a health question and has been brought to the notice of tho public by tho many toy corded outbreaks of scarlet fever ty phold fever diphtheria and sore throat traced to Infected milk an well na of summer diarrhoea prevalence caused by dirty milk Apart from Illhealth attributable to frequent consumption of dirty milk It Is neither pleasant nor appetizing to have to drink unclean milk Ignorance UK to the naturo of tho dirt In such milk accounts for it being tol orated It is certain that If It were generally known that dirty milk usually means contamination with tho filth of tho cowshed oven tho least fastidious would bo disgusted Another point of view which is of special Intoroht to farmers and purveyors of milk Is that dirty milk Is very costly Dairy House For Certified Milk Plant with Fifty Cows to A inal buBkWB U bnllvr C Mrll lrr U shower bath K botlHotc taIIIe K rotilrr U rw Ivlntt ran for Its keeping qwUtlea are much Inv terror to clean milk while butter pre pared from uncloan milk Is Inferior In quality and does not keep well Tho rapid fermentation and decom I position which go on In dirty milk aro brought about by the Immense num ber of microbes which gains access to It Every particle of dirt contains mill ions of these microbes and milk Is one of tho best fluids lu which they can grow and multiply onco they are Introduced Into it Under such clr cumstances It Is not surprising to find In dirty milk after It has been kept for a few hours several million mi crobes In every teaspoonful The source of these microbes Is not tho cow If she is healthy or has healthy udders because with tho ex ception of tho toro milk or first few ounces draw which receive germs from the milk ducts of tho teats milk from the cow la free of microbes With special sterilized apparatus and ap pliances it is possible to tako milk from tho cow and keep It froth indefinitely Such milk has been kept for years without undergoing any Forms of Palls Used In Certified Dairies NOli 10 ahd 11 Illustrate the same pall ns No t No 11 showing a section of the Interior This pall li objectionable for the reason that tho cover la carelessly soldered In leaving an open seam a which collects dirt and U Impossible to keep clean No1 shown the shape of an ordinary cream can The opening U top largo and the can IN not provided with u hoof Tho can has too many teams and It L not ordinarily built strong enough for milk Ing chango so long as tho mouth of tho bottlo Is plugged with sterilised cotton wool which though permitting of a free admission of air filters out any germs the air may contain It is im possible under ordinary circumstances to secure this exceptional purity Nor- mall milk always contains a certain number of germs derived from ex posure to the air which Is unavold able In carrying on the milk trado feWtUut these germs should bo ns In number as possible and should bo prevented from being of n deleterious kind There Is a difference between having In every teaspoonful of milk n few million microbes rind n tow thousand There Is also a groat dif tqrcnco between Its having putrefac tive organisms derived from manure or other filth and tho ordinary lactic acid organlsma which oven clean milk contains The ways In which microbes gain access to the milk are numerous They may bo attached to the maid of an unclean pall which receives tho milk they may fall into tho milk from s dirt on tho clothes or hands of tho milkman from the dirt on tho udder and hind parts of tho cow or from the dust In oho air particularly Ural of tho Milking Stools Used In Certified Dairies No 1 ta a good t1I At UBltary stool mode of metal TIM carts at the 1ram l for too Las are Iliad with lead andIthere are HO maws to collect dirt 4 Noa I ask 4 sea atowllar to No J ex I cept that cops are xreweit en the eats of the legs making tbem slightly morn I dlllkult te kep dean No t serve for lath pall aM Milk I sleet TIM rover keeps ball eta wak K more dUHcult to keep dean than the Nysa No I to devfeod M that me eal MTNM ae a receptacle to hold the pale white UM milker M on the ethera Ae la Mm caae of No 1 thle etyfo U aaora ellWueO lo liMP in a Military roadmen UMM UM Mmplrr forms No t le ooMtraoted entirely of Ifoo alvesMrd altar being pat together Its simply oonetrorUrt havine only a tloas Ire TIle bee however turalufcee u lamer surface to keep dean oowahed which when not kept clean may contain parllolM of manure or during the different stares of handing the milk Inddefital to tho milk trado The supply of clean milk accord ingly depends In the first Instance on the clMnllnsM of tho cowhoaso and dairy and their surroundings and on the cleanly manner In which time op orations connected with milking and the handling of the milk aro carrier out and later It depends on tho cleanly i arrangements of transport and button Similarly tho supply of blltIter of good flavour and aroma Two More Forms of Milk Pall r paUTheing Is on tho eldo there In but little chance for dirt to fall In The seams are obJecUontoInc that all parta ore clean No 11 Is a sanitary milk pan showing cup attached for holding the milk The mot objectionable feature of the pall le- the difficulty of seeing whether all parts of tho Interior are clean Iendowed with good keeping qualities depends on tho extent to which this cleanliness Is carried out Objectionable flavors and early ran chilly In butter aro duo to preventable causes and these causes have their Bourco In somo defect either in the handling of tho milk or butter or In the state of tho cowhouse or dairy flutter that does not keep well or has an unvtoasant flavor la a sure sign provided the cows aro healthy and tho usual skill In tho procc o of making has been exercised of something amiss with tho cleanliness of tho op oration or with tho purity of tho air In which the milk or butter operations are carried on For Instance tho nat ural ripening of tho cream Is effected by friendly microbes which during tho process form products that give the butter tho flavor it possesses Tho friendly microbes which aro tho active agents in the natural ripen ing of cream and In producing good flavors In butter have been Isolated In tho laboratory from creams supplying good flavored butters and ob tamed from farms successful in their buttermaking by tho natural ripening process Different flavoring bacteria have thus been obtained and tho knowledge and power acquired havo boon put to practical use in butter making i Saul and Jonathan Slain in Battle Sunday School tattoo or Sept 6 1908- SptcUUy Arrtng Ifor TNt Piper lRXT1 Samuel chapter It ILBBBON C TRXTINpar to meet thy i 41 TUB KUATlie close of the ant reign of United IirotL Tho dawn ut a nvvr rra- T1MKB C IKS Uwher In margin of our UlbliM B C locrj In Revised CJiw nulolO1luCEOn the northern mopes of Mount Qlthoa were ncnmi cd the army Pf Hauls tho rt lll tlnc army at Bhunfin The l1l1toy ot Jured lay between them Comment and Suggestive Thought Saul and the Witch of Endor Bnul brave as ho was felt a deep depres aloe of spirit Why It was not so much tho numbers and battle array of tho Invading army an his fcolliig of ijtjllt and of loss of the favor of God Thoro Is nothing so weakening and depressing as a guilty conscience Saul mado every effort to obtain the favor and nld of Jehovah except the only one that could have been suc cessful complete repentance of slit and turning with Ills whole heart to God IJko tho king In Hamlet he could not try what repentance could do because ho would not repent lilts lust resort wan to find a sorter err or witch the whole tribe of which lie had driven from his kingdom be cause they god men away from JOt Saul learned that eight or ten miles away to the north In some of the re mote gorges of Little Horraon near Kndor a sorceress had built herself a cabin and there In gloom and ob courtly piled her unholy arts There are two powlblo Interpreta Ions Hirst That the woman was Inter rupted and frlRUtentd by the uhcx bated actual appearance of Samuel whose voice Saul heard but whom he did not nee and that Samuel uttered tho terrlblu words of condemnation against SauL Second That tho wholo scene was a deception on the part of the woman Sho recognized Snul and was Bled of- all opportunity to revenge upon him the erll he had done to her race She noted astonished and made Saul think she saw Samuel Then she put In the prophets mouth only the doom which seemed probablo and as Mil man says excepting the wont of the approaching battle Ibo spirit said p nothing which the living prophet had not said beforo repeatedly and pub Holy V 1 And tho men of Israel fled before tho Phlllitlno Sauls three sans Including Jonathan were stain The Philistines drove tho people out or thotr town and occupied tho territory r iO- Ib04h Sauls own city was thrown Into terror Tho royal family fled for their lives In tho flight the torso let fall Mephlboiheth the son of Jonatlian then a child of five years of age Ho wax lamed for life t2 Sam nJamel Blme Tho Death of SnutIn the general rout Saul realized that there was no way of escape Ho was In dopair Ills army was gone his ton slain he himself was wounded and weak and God was not with him Ho had supped full of horrors Finding ho could not escape Saul took n sword nod foil upon It 01 tho hilt on the ground and flue point at his heart Thus father and son lay dead together on the field of battle 9 And thoy cut off his head To I send as a trophy and proof of their victory It wa hung In the temple of flagon at Ashdod 1 Chron 1010 Stripped off his armor and sent Into tin land to publish It In the house of their Idols A Horolc and Loving DeedV 11 Tho Inhabitants of JabcshrfUad heard JobeshRllend was n city of Manimach east of the Jordan about ten miles across the Jordan valley from Ilothnlinn Tho Inhabitants remembered the splendid feat of arms by which ling Snnl nt tho very beginning of his reign delivered them from tho Ammonites under Nnhash who agreed to spAro them only on condl lion of the loss of their right eyes Tho male In grateful memory res cued those trophic burned the decaying bodies and gave their bones an honored burial What Aids Did Saul Have Toward 611 II pccmatured before ho was called to sue taut the strain of tho court anti tho battlefield 2 Snul as king was re quired see Deut 17 1820 to write out a copy of tho law thus becoming thoroughly acquainted with it better than by almost tiny other means and r then ho must read therein all tho days of his Ufa 3 Saul received special Intluencca of the Holy Spirit 1 Sam 106 fitting him fur bill great duties 4 Ho had tho ability to becomo a warrior and statesman a great benefactor of hla nation edo eating thorn In religion defending thorn ngatust enemies building them up In prosperity and true success What Was the Central Source of Ills Failure T It was a wrong choice Ho would not yield himself heart and soul to God osTJavId dldT Everyone waken mistakes and er rors but they ure not absolutely de structive so long as ottescentral aim and purpose1 Is to do Uol tvlll The will Is the ranklna official of all In tune It is the will which creates the manA wrong choice Is a0 a poison in the blood which permeates arteries veins nerves brain and heart ari i apeedlly briugs paralysis or death j RECEIVER HAS WALSH ROAD SOUTHERN INDIANA RAILWAY IS INVOLVED IN ACTION Myron J Carpenter Is Selected to Take Charge of PropertyNotes- Are Owne by Bank Chicago Judge C C Kohlsant of thn United Stolen circuit court appointed Myron J Carpenter receiver fur the Southern Indlnnn Railway COIn pany owned by John It Walsh The action followed the appearance of various lawyers who went before Judge Kohliaat With the attorneys was I1 K Ilulsot who appeared on behalf of the First Trust and Savings u John R Walsh bank they representative of the neso elated clearing housn banks of Chica go to apply for the receiver A statement was Klvfti out by James C HutchlnH ono of the Invynre con cornIng tho now court proceedings fol lows Attorneys Jnmes C HutchtuB Ovid It Jnnieson lndlanax lls and Lesdng Rosenthal appeared with B K Dolsot before United State Circuit Judge Christian C KoblMot at n late hour last night on behalf of tho First Trust and Savings bank iho representative of tho associated clearing house banks of Chlctigo to apply for tho receiver Threw similar bills were mild by tho First Trn t and Savings bank one In the northern district of Illinois at Chi eujto ono In the eastern district at Dtinvllltr and one In the district of In ilUtim at Indianapolis Jame Rosen thai niwmrfxl on bolmlf of time railroad companUM The notes under wlileh this re oelronhlp was procured nVc owned by time First Trust and SftMngs bank for tho account of the associated banks and were acquired at the time those banks tool over Iho assets of the Walsh banks CALLS OFF INDIANA STRIKE TellsPresident All Miners to Return to Work ludlnnnpollfl Ind Hn1tiR been do fed by the Indiana state executive board of the organization Provident T L Ixiwls of tbo United Mlno Workers Friday afternoon Issued from bead quarters a letter advising all minors now on strike In Indiana to return to work Immediately- It now rusts with tho minors to obey tho terns of President Lewis letter or Buffer time revocation of their charters Tim words of tho president aro not harsh hut they carry an Im port of determination mind authority In his letter President Lewis lntl mntoi that tho rose at tho Hudson mine which started tho strike Is not meritoriousCOAL MAY ADVANCE New Company That Plana to Control St Loupe Supply StIouIBAunouncoOlont won mado Thursday that n coriwratlon Is being formed to bo Known as tho Common wealth FUll company embracing 153 Illinois coal minor within a radlu3 of CO miles of St Louis Biipplylus practically all tho coal consumed In St Louis and In Enst St Louts It Is Btntetl the now combination proposes not only to control tho out put of tho mines but also to control the prices According to dealers If tho negotiations are consummated an Increase of ten to fifteen per cent in tho prlco of coal may be expected meaning ah Increase of from 1600000 to 1000000 In tho coal bill of St Louis anti i East 8U Louis SeventySix Dead In Wlgan Mine WlganIt Is now known thut 76 minors perished In tho explosion and the the that followed It In tho May polo mlno The directors have decid ed to flood the mine AmbushNegro Shot from Birmingham Alit Anthony Davis a negro nonunion miner whoso house at Pratt City was destroyed by dynii mite Wednesday night was tired upon from ambush at Pratt City Friday night and fatally InuredIPerus New President Proclaimed Limn Peru Augusto B Legula was proclaimed president of the republic of Perti Friday by the Peruvian congreedlA11 the members 6f con Kress except two votes In the affirms UTe h FI1 HANIFAI- 1 By Edgar J Banks Copyrliht by SliorUlory Pub Co Friday found the Immam Abdullal squatted crosslegged upon the plat form of tho mosque Before him on a little stand lay tho open Koran upon which his eyes were fixed whllo his chubby forefinger was energetically gesticulating to the group of excited women about him From the expression Upon his face and the sharp In terruptlons from his audience It seemed that at last In his old age after a life filled with the thousand theological battles and crowned with a thousand victories ho had met hIs Marathon for the longer he argued the louder gtew the expostulations of the women The Prophetpeace be upon him repeated Abdullah for the tenth time that day and with an expression of increasing despair received from Paradise a message that man might have four wives You ladles Of Mecca de rnand that If a man has four wives a woman may have four husbands Had that been Allahs will be would long ago havo revealed It But Allah did not say that we should not have four husbands cried the women 0 great Abdullah they continued Allah has revealed man things through the Prophet and we lire obedient to all his laws other thing are yet to be revealed There fore learn for us Allahs will Pray that ho may reveal to you you who remember the Prophet you who were among those to welcome him back to Mecca you through whom Allah line already revealed so many things If o woman may not have four husbands as- a man has four wives 1 will ask Allah to reveal his will he sighed Kext Friday I will impart It to you Abdullahs past history had been an Interesting one lie was a small bare footed boy when tho prophet Moham med returned to Mecca and now of all tho people left in the Holy City he alone had seen him Inspired by that rare privilege he marked out for himself the career of a holy man Whon his chin was first fuzzy with the down which evolved into the largest of patriarchal beards he wondered as- a dervish but to suffer from hunger and thirst nod to lacerate his own body soon ceased to bo pleasures and finally ho settled down as an Imninn In the Holy City to gain an easier livelihood by fleecing the visiting pll grime In his profession ho prospered lie alono was Intrusted with the keys of tho Kaabo nnd so great was his reputed piety that ho was consulted In every religious controversy All ills decisions woro law nnd now ho wai passing his last days recording for the benefit of posterity his theological viewsDuring his long life Adullah hat seen but ono sorrowhis wives had died one after another yet that was not the cause of his grief for novel for long did he lack his full quota of wives which both living and dead he could count to a score Tho ono thorn In his flesh was that this scoro or more of wives had presented him with but n tingle offspring a daughter whom ho hnd named Hanlfa This solitary plant of the harem grow and blossomed Into a dark slender largeeyed Arab maid sending out her tendrils of love until they entwined about the old mans heart as If to compensate him for his lack of sons She was the only child of 20 passing wives Baba tenderly said Hanlfa as her father leaving tho crowd of angry women In the masque had returned home and squatted before the dish of pilaf which ho left untasled are youHITNo child replied Abdullah with an audible ugh yet without paying his customary visit to the herein ho retiredThe noxt morning when Abdullah appeared his cyos woro sunken for ho had passed a sleepless night Dur lag tho dark hours his audience of clamoring women was ever before him and although ho had a thousand times successfully Interpreted the taws of the Koran now ho had failed his wits had deserted him and no revelation came his reputation as an Immam would bo ruined nnd all the wisdom displayed In tho past would bo In vain Thus tortured he slept none und ate little llalf a dozen times daily Hanlfa urged him to Impart to her tbo cause of his sorrows and as often did he deny that ho was afflicted yet before Abdullohhadneglected the book which was to per Petunia his namo ho remained In the corner silent and thoughtful Babasaid Hnnlfa again stroking his old bald bead tell me your troubles perhaps I can help you- I have none child was the holy mans prevaricating replytt deep followed Hanlfa was too solicitous of the old mans health to be silent Long she stood over him stroking his head yet finally when the abundance sighs and groans seemed tobo Well nigh exhausted he explained in a feeble voice how the women of Mecca hail 1eyelelion filthhisHanlfa laughed jPoorDla iho said still stroking r bald bead fur troubles are alight c Abdullah raised his tearfilled eyes reproachfullyYes If you will write m name just once in your great book 1 wilt bring your troubles to jm end Abdullah with the cagqroess of tho sinking man who grasped nt tho straw promised While Hanlfa was explain ing tho special revelatlpn which on tho appointed day ho should communicate to the women in the mosque the tears suddenly disappeared from his eyes Fortified with a now hope nnd courage he arose and shouted to his slaves to immediately bring a large tray of pilaf It was early Friday morning earlier than usual when Abdullah seated him sell upon tho platform of tho mosque His taco was beaming with hap plncss and his eye had never Oeen more bright for he had an Im portant communication from Allah to reveal to the wives of the Faithful At his tide upon the platform stood an 1m memo copper kettle which his waiting slave had brought him One by one the rebelling women camo and squatted about anxious to heir the special revelation promised by tho beaming expression upon Abdullahs faceFinally when they had all congre gated Abdullah in a voice deep with mystery and awe commanded that each woman present should go at once to her homo and Immediately return with a jug of milk The women demurred They had come they said to hear tho revelation Abdullah ex plalned that no revelatlpn was possible until his command had been obeyed and In a few moments two score worn en each with a jug of milk balanced upon her head stood before him Pour tho milk into this Kettle said Abdullah with a voice suggestive of stilt greater mystery yet in his eye was a twinkle of delight which he couM not conceal The women flied past the kettle poured the milk Into It and returned to their places upon the floor before tho great teacher Abdullab solemnly stroking his long beard looked silently at tho foaming camels milk and then slowly turned to the wondering women before him His mornings die course upon tho perfect wisdom of Allah and the wonderfulness of his revelations was prefaced with a lon get Introduction than usual Never had he been so eloquentnever had ho spoken with such confidence Now 0 wives of tho Faithful he As It Is with the Milk So Would It Be with Your Children said In concluding his long discourse I shall Impart the revelation which Allnh has sent to you through mo his faithful servant Allah bids that each of you approach this kettle of milk ho bids that each of you take from the kcttlo the milk which you poured Into It but a moment ago When you shall have done this he bids that each of you who will take four husbands ns a man may tale four wives But he continued ns the sparkling of his eyes Increased Allah bids me say that if ono of you shall take the thou sandth part of n drop of the milk which another has poured Into the kettle it shall be accounted unto you a theft nnd you Shall be delivered to Iblls for eternal punishment O great Abdullah finally sug gested an Innocent ono in the audi once wo do not know which our milk tslt Is allnllkeIt is all white and foamyAbduliahsprang to his feet and with his arms wildly and super aturally waving above his head shouted with a monstrous prophetic voice which thundered throughout the mosque the special revelation from Allah I As it la wUh the milk so would It be with your children were the row Intelligible word nmsd the resounding echoes As you can not distinguish which of milk oq v ured Into too kettle so you coup not drstjnguUh the of your chjldrcn Trouble rafi pad Allah no more your IcH- ewardl Abdullahs revelation mUlt have met eHanlfabfeetul things worldly Us members JI bdtillimunldrtbeeuh- tn6 m1111oneof others speak reverently of good old Snlat Hanlfa 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of albr Over 60 nutrpcton 1175 students from 27 stales Largest college library ia KeBtncky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject ii 1 So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS tor those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for move arvanocdstudentl Arithmetic t and the common brunches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Dlble Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management eta Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household 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nations 1645 FALL 190314 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle dt term 945 REFUNDING Students who leave foy permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced en follows On board In full except that no allowance is made for any fractional a week On room or on any special expenses no allowance tor any un i f plrcd fraction of a month and In any case a forfeiture of flay cents On Incidental feo a certificate allowing the student tp apply theitu amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided It Is within terms but making no allowance for any traction of a month vi IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and aro well started In school It paya to stay as long as posetblerThe first day of Spring term IsMarch 26 190J j If The first day of Fall term la September J649 8 k Y For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary 1I H C WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKYon I I That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the inca auil boys who sec it The tnountainlpopple liken a good thing whcu they sets it and to get a 7C cent knife wIth two blmides ofrazor steel and a dollar paper that wprthiraoretxthcniQini tarn people titan any other dollar paper iii ho wotld The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings In subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have y h i THE HOMEI4 iTomatoesBROILED TOMATOES Remove a 11 thin sllco from the top and bottom I of A smooth round tomato then sllco In hates Sprinkle each side with salt and pepper roll in flour and 4 fry in hot bacon fat or butter When done on one sldo turn carefully keep r Ing tho halves as whole as possible When done on both sides remove to a hot dish sprlnklo with sugar ii If tomatoes are preferred sweetened 1 and pour over them a sauce made by heating a little thick cream In the t skillet In which they were fried Instead of the cream sauce a thin crisp slice of bacon may be served with each piece Broiled tomatoes should be cooked over rather a slow fire SMOTHERED TOMATOES Slice a piece from both the top and bottom of smooth tomatoes then cut across In halves Sprinkle with salt and pep per place In a greased frying pan put one teaspoonful of butter on top of each piece cover and place on back of stove Let took very slowly until done then sprukle with sugar Just before taking up if sugar la pre ferred with tomatoes If the sugar r is added at first tho tomatoes will be much more likely to burn and bo scorched Take up each slice on a round of toast dipped In hot water and buttered Toasted hates ot biscuit are particularly nice with smothered tomatoes TOMATOES STUFFED with RICE Select round smooth tomatoes of a uniform size Remove a slice at the nvstem end and hollow out the con COLLEGE EDUCATION PAYS Sometimes you hear the idea o going to college scoffed at but a- tc whether it is good or will tell better than all the thoorll8l- In Christendom According man educators the demand for young men fresh from the engineering and sal entitle schools has become so great that the big corporations are bidding against one another to got the best in of the graduates those well schooled technical knowledge The responsibility for this Is fixed upon the change in the methods of the big In dustrial corporations which in many cases have sot aside the old system of having their experts climb ui from the lowest rung of the ladder The young men well trained In their technical school are able to begin higher up because they receive In 1 their college course practical experi l ence The chief engineer of one of the t big telephone companies recently said Its a foot race between corpora down to see which will get to the Itcollego first and the concern that is A slow starter doesnt get any men at all Some years ago our imangot around In April and found that the General Electric and the Westinghouse and others had been I there ahead of him and cleaned tho deck It waa no longer a question whethei the graduate could get a Job or not and now It Is actually impos I sible to get tho requisite number of men to come In and learn our business at a salary of 15 a week 1 have questioned these college stu dents that we take in and I was I surprlred at first to find that its no aristocracy that were getting nowadays from those places They 1 are the sons ot carpenters machinists small tradesmen thrifty workmen Under the ancient conditions they y couldnt have these advantages and their childrens children couldnti i have had them Its a great thing for them but it Is also a great thing for the I i country to draw the young men of these classes into these lines of effort because they are strong and fresh and tilled with keen desire to rise in accomplishment above the f level of their forebearers You can see it when they start In Theres 1nothing of the dude about them are no snobbish notions They know what hard work means and I they get on the Job promptly They are amenable to discipline too and 7 that is perhaps the greatest lesson that modern organization teaches obedience to somebody responsibil ity to somebody Its a hard road to travel but it leads np Of course under the present sys tem a man has got to deliver the woods or fall back for somebody else Its efficiency that wins In the old days when companies were priv ate attatrs It was all right for the owner to find places in tho works for all his kin whether they earned their pay or not It was his money and he could do what ho pleased with It but there Is no room for ornaments now nor for relatives unless they work their pas sage and a little better Pathfinder ItI say said the teacher u The pn pll Jove his teacher Tvhat sort of a sentence is that- Sarcastic said the boyI II f ter Season the tomatoes by sprink ling the centers with one tablospoon ful of sugar one teaspoonful of salt and V teaspoonful of popper to each four medium sized tomatoes Place a little butter in tho bottom of tho hollow then fill up the hollow vaith cooked rice seasoned to taste ttith ealt and moistened with a lit tle cream or chicken gravy Round tile top smoothly and press a small ring of green pepper or onion on tho top If neither of these is liked a small pleco of bacon or a little butter may bo Used When green pepper Is used no ground pepper should bo put in tho seasoning for the tomatoes Place tho tomatoes in a buttered granite pan or baking dish set in n moderato oven and bake three fourth an hour or until tender but rtmovn before they lure their shape TOMATOES STUFFED with MACH RONI Select tomatoes of a unl ftrin size Scald with boiling water place immediately In cold water peel and hollow out Salt the Inside and turn upside down to drain Chop macaroni boiled In salted water mix with removed centers and season highly with salt and pepper Stuff the hollowed baskets cover with bread crumbs butter nnd bake Until tomatoes are tender but still retain their shape TOMATOES STUFFED with CORN Prepare as for other stuffed toma toes Fill shells with cooked corn mixed with the removed tomatoes Cover with crumbs and bake BOOKER T WASHINGTON The World of August 20 prints n signed statement from Booker T Washington made at Baltimore An gust 10 in which the negro educate comments at length upon recent lyn chiuf In his statement Mr Wash ington r s- WIUlln the past sixty days twenty r five negroes havo b en lynched In different parts of the United States Of thj number only four of the twentTflvo were even charged with criminal assault upon women lIew long can our Christian clvlllzatioi stand this I am making not specie plea for the negro Innocent or guilty but I am calling attention to tho danger that threatens our clvlllza tionFor the negro criminal and espec ally for the negro loafer gamble and drunkard I have nothing but the severest condmenatlon and 110 legal punishment Is too severe tor the brute that assaults a woman No doubt the people who engagi In lynchings and excuse them believe that they will havo the effect vt tilklng terror to the guilty But who shall say whether the person lynched are guilty That is wha courts aro for Those who have examined into the facts know only too well that In the wild Justice of the mob It Is frequently the Innocent man who is executed Mob Justice undermines the vcr foundations upon which our civilization rests viz respect for tho laws and cot fidence of Its security Then ire In my opinion two remedles irst of all let us unite in a determined effort everywhere to see that ho law is enforced that all people at aU times and all places see that thf man charged with crlmo Is given a fair trial Secondly let all good citizens unit In an effort to rid the communities specially of the large cities ot the die vicious and gambling element And In this connection it would tot b Just and would not bo franl unless I stated that the better elt he black race could use their Influence especially in the clues to sec lint the Idle element that lives by 1If wits without permanent or rcll ible occupation or place of abode it either reformed or gotten rid of in omo manner In most cases it Is his element that furnishes the pow ler of these explosions- TIME OF HIS LIFE Continued from Fret raze came eight or ten miles across tho city from their home 30G28 Hathaway A ve to be present Thru their f ilndncss we enjoyed the next day a thirty mile ride on one ot the most of automobiles Frank E McKee Is sales manager of the Pom elan Mfg Co Cor East Prospect nnd 4th Sts Miss Antonletto S Mlst r 7411 Carnegie Ave is a nasseime graduate from Philadelphia rthopoedic Hospital and Infirmary Mr and Mrs Edwin B Chancy 2118 W 06th St had with them their two year old son Ford Mr C is a build rig contractor Stanley VanWlnkle In1 W 93rd St is n house decorat- Ing contractor We were surprised and pleased to see him attended by his sister MrsS V Blckncll of torea visiting In Cleveland Sorry hat her son Ellis Hart and wife 1 could not bo present Stanley G Damon 3707 Went 39th St isn carpenter who finds work to doe The pleasure of meeting him was helgt oned by his bringing his agreeable wlfo Miss Lenora Mohler teacher In Uorkoy and Dyhls Business College had been a visitor at Boron and con trlbuted her part to the delights of tho evening Summer vacation nnd other dr cutnstuucejs deprived us of tho pres cnco of a few for whom wo would gladly have made room by crowlllnJ In little closer o g Prof Clay Ilorrlok Clevoland Trust Co nnd wife Dr John S Stratton phslclan In Reran Road Hospital Rev C II Crosby pastor of a Baptist church of 880 members Palncsvllle Rev Jns M Brown assistant to Rov Wm A Waldo Wlllson Ave Brptlst church Miss Clara Doggett matron of dln lug room Childrens Industrial Homo Detroit St Lewis D Mount Colll wood dentist Tnia does a hasty glanco In ono dircdlon and in a Umt ell field bring to view a goodly number of Dereas children who are doing things In- I various useful lines It the Derea I workers vision could bo broadened so as to take In at out comprehe stye iwvep the thousands who havo gone forth with Bomat impress upon hem vlth nil their direct Bnd reflected icfaieuco for good extend line thru tho ages verily verity he I would br laving The Time of Ills LifeAug 28 190S L V Dodge ROOSEVELT FOR THE FARMER resident Roosevelt has Just lMulld one of his most Important stnte papers In the ahape of a letter upon the Improvement of farm me among the people of the Un1t8lt StatesIlls idea is that ho people who live in the country good and hnppy Re thoy are do not yet get by Bny thntII the homo comforts end tome jo18 which will keep the boys on the I hum and make it cam worth while br them to stay there Hero nro I one or two of the things he says In his wonderful paper The farmers have hitherto lInd eu than their full share of pUblic attention along the lines of buslnw tad social life Thsty Is too much lelief that the prizes of life 10 sway from the farm Ho therefore Invltm several prom- Inent men to make an Investigatlo I the whole matter of life In tho ourtr and tell how it can be iir I oed Several of these men Ilre old trends In Boron and it has boen with their advice that President Frost ma introduced the special courses reI famers boys and girls for whit lerea Is beginning U be famous The Chairman of the Commission Prof Liberty II Balla of New York was a famous son In Michigan who was induced to start out for a ourse of study in agriculture by Rev E A Paddock who Is well remembered as a former pastor of tho Un- Ion Church in Berea Another member is Walter II Pate a native ct Corth Carolina and a longtime frlen nC President Frost Roosevelt says It Is espcclall Important that whatever will serve tt pupate country children for lICo rn the farm and whatever wll nlghton home life Ir the country nd make it richer and moro attract- Ive for the mothers wives an taugbters of farmers should be don iromptiy thoroly and gladly Then Ir no more Important home than the nuntry homo Thor ray bo redirection and better adap atlon of rural schools to the trainIng 1 children for lire on the farm All this Is directly In lino with vhat Berea Is doing These aro the hem which President Frost ha ten preaching for sixteen years This tall there will be three meted two women among our teachers Ivlng their whole time to this one thing of fitting young people for the est kind of home life on the farm 10 O Clark Bracker Smith Mrs Hill Dnd Miss Speer Desdes those Prof owls is giving his chief attentloi IJsuch special training of teachsn BE will make them able to do something better than has ever beer ono in fitting tho children of our lublio schools for farm life Every farmer and every farmers rife ought to know about the Instruction in gardening farm management omo arts and household management which are to begin this fall Wo ex- T cel that these classes will be full Vill your boy and girl bo in thorn NEWSPAPER lilTS JolmItA temporary newspaper had a shawl encounter the other day WillHow was that John Becouso It attacked he Toledo Blade IIeA boy was seriously injured at the depot the other day ShOhl how was tha- tHeHe stepped on the Enquirer and Maud kicked him PICTURE BOOK WILES How the Catalogues Lure Buy ers With Deceptive Cuts ARGUMENT FOR HOME TRADE The Man Wilo Send Money Away For Goods He Could Duy at Local Storn Strikes at the Very Root of Hit Own Prosperity Hints to the Wise Tile hood the hoot and the hide of the mall order business Is the cala logue nnd the meat of the catalogue in the picture In those voluminous books the larger catalogue houses picture everything trots a hog ring to a portable sawmill They picture thlnl1l which they have and which they lIave not Everything goes In this great book of books If they have not the real thing that the picture represents the have something Just as good and cheaper says a writer In Maxwell Talisman Thoy Invite you to send In your money for this Is strictly a cash in advance proposition It they have not what you order they will send you something else but be sure to Benll your money In with your order That is Important You will have no Ollpot tunlty to examine the goods ami cot paro tho quality with other grades but what of that It Is such an excltln I moment when you conic to open tho bng and see the color of the cat The catalogues Bro sent to every fan tly where there Is a possibility of JItt curing an order And theoo pica books supplemented by persistent ad vcrttsing In the agricultural and roll gious journals keep u constant stroai of money flowing from the Icgltimat channels of trade Into the coffers ot these catalogue concerns The buftliio s policy of the old grans I movement was shortsighted ami tho results proved it to bo ImpraeUcaUi It WitS bora of prejudice sad d mtecot I caption of tho organic laWS of trade The country needs the town as JUnah as the towu needs tile country Aoo the middleman is An vwentlal cog In the wheel of everyday trade To eut out the retail merchant cad buolnaf moo generally lu tlM country town Is to destroy the small trade aid noel centers tM prosperity sal g wtu ot I which wilt always determine the raft of firm property In their vicinity The nearer a farm la to a consuming mai I ket the greater becomes the sands power of each acre call consequent the greater Its value In the gratin market The catalogue maD order Iden I If carried out to its ultimate conctuelo would wipe out ovary village and 8ItJ1111 town and leave nothing but IndlrMui I farms and a few large distribute centers with a complete monopoly auI the ooMutlal comimxlltles Local cot ton of consumption that now fundsI the market for a large por cent of tbo I tarn products would disappear trom the map nnd the social nnd cducatlom I advantages afforded in a large con I munlty could be found only In a cala loguo center and there would bo DO need for more than one t f them TheI greatest trust In the world Is the Ideal I catalogue mall order combination It covers every possible Held of trade antI I brooks no competMWj Civilization as we know it Is base upon reciprocal oh rtitlons In the or dlnary course of trade the local merchant furnishes a market for tho smalI proIfor the use and convenience of tbo I community For these accommodr lions the community Is under a roI clprocal obligation to give him the I preference of trade at least to give him a fair chance to compete for that I trade This principle Is recognized by the community when R demands that I peddlers take out n license The man who sends his money awn from his home town for goods that h- anI buy at the local store loses raor than he can possibly gain Ho strike at the very root of his own prosperity It is a penny wise and pound foolish business Every hundred dollars sent out of the county reduces the work- Ing capital of tho county Just that much A prosperous country town in Jlcatca n prosperous rural community If your towns look seedy and unkcpt If the For Rent signs In the stop windows stare you in the face If the merchants are discouraged what Is tho effect on farm propertywhat does tho stranger the investor If you please think of the community in general Will ho invest his money in a community that Is not true to Itself The thinking man knows that the price Df faun real estate depends as much upon its nearness to n good live town us It does upon the producing powci jf the soil Village Improvement The state grange of Massachusetts comprising over 200 Individual granges with a total membership of about 8000 has decided to make village Improvement a regular part of Its work In the future The grange thus admits tho value of improvement work and Ives to It a broad interpretation In lading among the proper fields foi evelopment tho general environment the home tho individual the tart tho neighborhood and the town The Cairo to cooperate with all otbci orces for the improvement of civic conditions Is also expressed The end 111 view an Increase in the beauty and attractiveness of the towns oi tho state Is commendable says Max wells Talisman By this alone may the town compete with the city and ease to be decadent Tho grange hRS trendy done good work in this field In Individual cases and this broader movement promises much w TOWN BEAUTY AID Society In Clock to Look Aftlr flack Yard Reform Birmingham Ala which Is alreadl distinguished for Its natural beauty and for Its bountiful homos and boau utul streets Is the starting place of a movement valuable to any town lied mountain Is In Itself n thing of beau land within the city limits are lonll acapo effects of rare charm Uut It tho people will support Mayor Wnnl In his movement for Improving And beautifying nil sections of Illrniln ham tho city will bo rondo still more attractive ns a place of residence Tho mayor desires tho women to take the actual lend In this matter and organ societies for enhancing the nppearan of such blocks especially as have beon neglectedMuch line been dune in an educ Uonal way to stimulate in the public a tasto tor the beautiful but In order to I give this work concrete form the mayor suggests that a society with tbo city beautiful in view be organized In every block says the Illrralugha Agollorald Cleanliness nnd the disappearance of ugliness should bo first In mind Alter the back yards ns well as the trout yards aro put In clean condition tllOI1 fences and sidewalks and trees and grass plots should receive attention In the more elegant section tkoI promise tiro kept In model eGlJIlIUon i nil tho year round and the lawns ore marvels of1 beauty With the orxan Izatlon of block societies all Illrmlu MID could bo brought easily In 11M I with the city beautiful Idea Sueh I n movement would result at once inspirit R- i of emulation and ta carrying out the proposed scheme the espouse to the Individual woukl bo next to oU1 Ing THE LOST DOLLAR It Was Sent to a Mall Order Hou and Never Got flack Home Tide la the sad story of tile Height hood dollar that west astray alMllMlftr i found Its way horn Ten yearn ago an Allen sanity Km farmer pat like Initials OH a dollar wu The soar day bo went to Uw seers t- I town and sprat It with a mercka tBefore the year waa oat be got 1M dollar back treat times In six yesIll the dollar als tack to Htm for INCMI use sod three Hates be heard of It be- tho pockets of kin neighbor ntIhence lie has never teen that dollar s4ace and sorer win That dollar w- never Itay say wore wheel or road tax- for him will never build or bright any of the bowos of tie eowmuai Ho sent It entirely out of the circte of benIIhome never to return every yes r- Some statistician has estimated tllat about 2COOOQOOO of them take lretaeb leave of their homo communities aaou ally by the matt order route livery OBO that deports tram Memo In tide wi I takes a dollars worth of prosperity out of tho oommunlty PIGS IN POKES iBUYING When You Patronize a Catalogue HoweI Would you buy a cat In a bag a- pig In a pole No Then you aro none of those who contribute 25000I 000 annually to the support of tho catI loguo houses in payment for their pictured wares I Yet there ore millions who nro dolu that very thing buying the cat In tho I bag and pig In the poke and of n stranger when for the asking Ih01 might buy of a neighbor and bare 11m pie time to examine their purchase bo toro paying over their money Why they prefer thus to buy their rots and their pigs It a qucstlo that tho local merchant would pa money to bare answered Why will people otherwise sensibl pass up the goods which they can ex twine before purchase and pay out their good coin to a catalogue hour nromlse1I+Springfield Beautiful Under the above heading the Worn fns club of Springfield III has sent noUceI Callow First Three dollars for the best lower garden In each school district Second A metal flag to be placed on the southeast corner of tho best kept block of each school dlsulftro march to bo made Id September Third A commemoration tree will bo given the school district making the greatest Improvement before Septet perA flower show will bo held in September prizes to be announced hereafter A badge button bearing tho le crlptlon Springfield Beautiful liar lelpcd will be given every child wh has done something toward makln Jprlngfield beautiful Look out for tho alley that wll ount half Dont throw papers on thE treetl No private grounds will Ix ntercd without invitation Show wits the children can do Playgrounds and Citizenship Playflclds are a question of moral and citizenship and the welfare of tin tate In the last analysis to say noth- Ing of physical development Now Ha ren Journal Couter A true word Is this from the City 01 Elms Tho country boy has for year been extolled for his working qualities Now tho city boy says the New York lerald trained and developed on mu ilclpal playgrounds will come Into bb WD THE MARKET iirta Prices Potatoes Irlrt per bu120 Cabbage 2o per lb Honor IBc per Ibffl Beans lie pot gal ee Apploc per bu BO- cBpui L ror down lit Butter per Ib150c listen per Ib 12c qr Ham per lbl10 Iard par Ibrllc Wakens on foot per bal00 Corn 100 Oats COc J Wheat Mo per bu y ILive suck LwitavlJIe August 31 D S Choice export steers G 7C 6 40 Cholee butcher steers G 00 6 06 Common butcher steers 4 00 4 50 M dlun butcher Mare 3 00 400 Cenmon butelier ateors 3 7C 4 as Choice hotelier halters 4 00 4 as Medium butcher bellw I 1 00 sn Common butcher heifers 3 00 3 W Choice butcher cows J 10 IM Medium Iwtchor caws 2 75 3 26 t Common iMstoker cows 2 00 300 Cancers 100 200 Choice rat OMB t 101 W Medium oxen 3 00 4 00 Choice bulla 3 00 4 90 Medium bulls 2 75- CaniMOB 2 CO balk 200 20 Choice veal calves 5 CO 609 MeditlM veal oaKes 310 600 CoMMOn salves 2 CO 3 ro Good feeder 4 00 610 Midtown feeders 3 K- Oownen 460 faden 3 99- Cfeflfce 4 00 itMk steers 4 00 C U Medina stock oteen 3 SO 4 lO Common stole teeN 3 00 S CO Choice wet heifer 300 310 Medium stock beifen 210 SI Ooenmon nixed etoexers 210 i 10 Choke milch sows K 00 4S 69 Mwttam Milch eewa M 00 10 00 Cowmen mllok sews It II 21 ft- aoes Choice lackers sad tMtokers- MO tu 300 lbs f H Medium packers and batekera- It to Ml ibs G ft Choke pip MUO Ite OH Wit plus NN lbs 119- Ught klpptra 1M1M lbs CX- Ho ths iNMMs 3 M S 9 eaeer Choke tat sheep 3 K 3 71 Medium cheap 260 3 21- Comatoa shah 1 M 2 2i Desk l 60 276 Choee lambs G 60 Seconds C 26 Good butcher lambs 4 10 f nCulls and taileada 2 10 910 MUSS PORK = 1060- HAMSChoice sugar cured light and special cure 1213c heavy to medium 12- cSIIOULDERSlOc per lb BACON Clear rib aides Jtfo regular clear sides 8c breakfast bacon Htfc sugar cured shoulders IJic bacon extra 0c bellies light We heavy 10- cLAnJItrlme steam ic tierces lOc pure leaf in tierces lOc In tuba 10eDRIED BEEF He EGOS Cao count ISo per dot candled He- DtrrTER160 per lb IOULTRY Spring chickens J8o to Me hone 8Hc ducks old 8c hickeys 8lOc ducks young 13- cWHLATNo 2 S9o No 3 SSc CORN No 2 white 84o No 3 mixed Stc- OATSNew No3 white COo No 3 mixed GBatRYE No 2 Northern 80c No3 Northern DOc FAIR DATES FsdrrrKentucky Slate LOUISVILLE BBPT 144 days Paris Sept 1S days Liberty Aug 204 days Germantown Aug 2G4 days London August 254 da71ISomerset September 14 days Montlcello September 84 days Napier at the Battle of Meeanee When In the fight I held my life an gone for as to escaping all idea of that vanished when I saw tho Twentysec ond giving way and was obliged to nottwentyas much from our men ns the enemy and I wu much singed by our fire my whiskers twice or thrice so and my theirfearand nearly scattered my brains In agony I rode holding my reins with n towdayssingle combat had a Bcloocbeo picked mo out as one was about to do when I SirI i II The Porter Drug Co iMOOKKlkATID PHONE 12 BEREA KY 044 + e h 080oeo00080oeooeooo0oooooooooooe Vicinitye i 0 0- e e- o c GATHERED fROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES eo G ooeooeooe C 9eoeoooooooeG8oooo e DR BEST DENTISTCITT OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE On 1 natty ory left Friday for 1flhUwtCM D a where she will Jb W r hwlslad- Mr Arthur Pla ery spent a few blare IK WlMlMtter last week MM Loss la In Sena fur the nit eI the saaer- A ouster tf wr dtts M attended tie tUakwofMl Pair Lit wMk Mm II J Twin Md daiKhUr of flMUta fomertf et Kaglawl are vMUC Men Tvrtgf MM MM Whites ftatMa ttarttlan M Bt loft last week for 1Raatereh ICMtaMky where IM to eaIpkajftl to wctMiajM work Tnf and ow L T Dodge return e MIa IOt taro a WIll with their n ta Maw York acid In North N Q1J lo MrIad MM 00 W DIck have ntaNtcd Oros a Utp to HamlUoft 0 wbati they hats keen vtaiUng nla ttmflftf sad MM aiwunta have ntetM1 from a Ttott wKh ratatlres to CMDr C wlnr rotvMd Irons Akron Xe t WMMMtajr- MM Cwwlir will return next week Mr K V Porto of MlauMUpotto to TttfUM ha on Mra Sum lit VrMC- Ml MoUmi hM returned front MOan MMklVM- Mr and Wre limn ItUhartJwm of Loutavtlle are vWUnn with friends hre Robert Welsh eamo Sunday for a visit with homo folks Dh Howard 8wlls who boa boon lu Ueroa for some Urns left iatur day for Loulivlllo whom ho will follow his profeMlon Dr Switzer re gretted to leave Berec and friends and It is earnestly hoped that ho will succeed In the metropolis of tho StateFOR 8ALB Heuso and lot Cor ner Jackson and Bldor 8ts For par tfiulars addrets mo at Dliputanta ICy Mason Anglin FOR BALE 300 acres of good land well water eAt sad timbtitd and containing dwelling housa and out buildings Call on nr address J D Hewlett Sturgeon Owsley Ky lllsits Mattlo and Rboda Dranden burg ot Bcattyvllle havo boon tho tats of their brother Rev R L Brandenburg for the past week John McFerron of Pine mil stop lx d over hoes Saturday for a short nay while on his way to Livingston Miss Martha Click who has been visiting at her fathers home at Klr Uy Knob and also with Mr and Mrs Uonry Lcngfollner has returned xo CbarleHon W Va Friday Miss Ruby Smith loft Sunday for a two weeks visit in London Mr and Mrs E P Elkin attended the homo coming at Flat Woods ErnJay August 16 There was a vtry largo crowd in attendance and u good time was reported Mr and Mis Elkln spent tho week with rel atives then returned homo Mr and Mrs Pal Lowly spent last reek In tho country with friends Mrs A P Golden was very sick- a the first of tho week and was unable to attend to her duties as ulron of Ladles Hall Mrs Ella Lamb of Wallacoton was the guest ot Dr and Mrs W O Best last Sunday- J R Hayea of McKee was In town on business the first of tile week W R Boggs who has been doing Sunday School work In tho mount ains this summer Is here for a few tnya visit with friends Mr Allen Williams and Miss Kath ulna Short were quietly married at tbb home of Rev R L Brandenburg last Thursday evening Tho happy couple havo our best wishes Dr Powell Secretary of tho Baptist State Board of Missions stopped over here Monday while on his way to the 4ffcoclatlon at Wallacoton and help rd raise some necessary funds at the Baptist church Monday night t Miss Ella Kindred ot Cincinnati came Saturday for a visit with filcnds Tho Baptist Tales Creek Assocla tion was hold Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of this week at Wal luceton Mr and Mrs Sam Isaacs of Valley View have been tho guests of their daughter Mrs J 1C Maker and other friends bore this week Home of our townspeople are at tending the London hair this week Mr Gilbert Combs will speak at the Congrrgmtional Churah next Sabbath L w August 30 at 11 oclock and Mr J M Combs at 790 p m of the sane day oeoeo8Goeecec oeoeo o iIo 0- oneoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoo Irof Kills goods have arrived and ho will occupy the louse vacated by Dr Cook Mlos Itowtrsox In spending her TMMtea In LewMowa Pa She writes that the Is looking forward to let jlaBlac of the rail term of school Mrs Awtln of Hirer Creek was In Boroa Tuioday sootac about putting her am James In school Mss Anna L Smith who bas been rMUHf n IIevu8 0 hM returned Mr mid Men T J Oaborne arriv ed TiHxJar ROOD from Saybrook O Palioor Scott of Clay County is ptaNHlBg to again be lu seho0l Robert Speeee who is teaching at leak is planning to hive several of his netjuaintanot In Berca this year Grover George Is working at Con torburg 0 and Is planning to bo Leek in Borea John Blackburn who Is working In Cleveland 0 Is coming to Berca and btlngs a friend with him a Prof and Mrs George Norton Ellis und eon and daughter have arrived lu Berca Prof Ellis will have charge of the Latin course MISS J At ROBINSON WRITES It P D No2 Meredith N If August 21 1908 I My Dear Berca Friends I have been hearing from you till thru Tho Citizen week after week and thru the same gracious channel 1 want to communlcato with you I am now at my own little sum mer homo among tho hills of tho Granite State The place has been In tho family for moro than a ccn itiiry It belonged to my greatgrand I father a Revolutionary soldier thru I the entire war my grandfather lived here also and nearly one hundred years ago built the house now stand ing though ho was born In a log cabin a fow miles away My father was born In this house and to it my brothers and sisters nnd myself came often when wo were children to Neo our grandparents On this place too la tho family buryingground where lies the body of my dear mother whom many Borea friends remember I with affection On her grave are still an anchor and a wreath which came with her remains from Boras From this spot there Is a far view over Lake Winnepesaokee tho tam ous New Hampshire lake girt round with tugged mountains and studded with many islands We one the Os sipee Mountains Chocorna Sandwich Dome and so on peak after peak to the Franconta nearly forty miles awayAround us there are hills and near by a small lake we call it a pond large enough for some boating and fishing Tho woods all around this pond and on the bills shelter many birds same of them rare and many deer The paths of tho deer are very plain nnd it I chose to arise early any morning I could see them pasturing on my mowing lands Tho other day my thirteenyearold nephew took us to see the nest of a great blue heron but we were not fortunate enough tOSe9 the birds t UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need something good to cat We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries fruits andvegetables a THE CLEAN STORE 311 1R RatherSuccessor to Gotten Orocctjj Compn- nipbonc 184 main Street Opposite Gttlscn Outer I B8 ho had on several other occas ions Only yesterday he came In to ileecrlbi to me a large woodpecker which he had just twain Without any bird book lit hand I told him I felt sure it was the plicated woodpecker I wont with him to see a crows nest und ho climbed thirty teeJ or more up tho tree to see the young ones Today he has been In to show nis young flying squirrels which ho and his younger brother had found while building themselves a camp In the woods So you Bee I have a pleasant opportunity for some na ture study From July C to August 14 I was a atuddit In summer school at Dart mouth College I revived my mem ones of student days over examina Hone and wondering It I had paused I shall have fresh sympathy for tho boys and girls with hard lessons I am sure All mimmor nearly has been ex needlngly hot I hope It has been no more BO In Borta than It has bean In New England With all best wishes for my Boroa If lends Josephine A Robinson OBITUARY Uncle David McCollum a veteran iif the Civil War over eighty yean of age died at his tune In WallatftUm on Saturday 28nd inat He ww a faithful member of Capt Jas West G A R post and had made himself really endeared to his comrades as he was highly respected by his home community Tho burial took place Sunday at Cartcrnvlllc In the absence of his pastor an address was delivered to the large assemblage in tho burylngground by Prof L V Dodge prayer offered by Rev Bryant and hymns by tho congregation and the remains laid to rest with ap propriate exercises by the post STRAY HOG Taken up on my premises about three miles and a half from Bcrea Ky on the Wallaceton turnpike one black stag hog about two tr looro years old and weighing about 2CO pounds is worth about eight dollars and has car marks as fol lows Two smooth crops and an under bit In the left car The owner cun have tho same by paying all tees and for keeping ot tho same and for this advertisement J A VnnWlnkle BLOCKED SIDEWALKS For tome time some of our young men have been assembling in groups on Main Street in tho evening and using language that Is not respectable and decent for the passersby to hear There is also a very thoughtless and tiiigonllemanly habit of taking ad vantage of size and weakness ot some of the boys and Imposing on them Swearing and obscene language are indulged in to such at extent that It Is becoming disgraceful and we certainly do not wish to see tho standard ot young manhood lowered ia our town Too 11 is not tho proper thing for persons to take advantage of mental weakness and cause the afflicted to use rough language and do unlawful acts just for the amusement ot those concern ed Gentleman will bo governed by eoramcn sense PUBLIC SALE Having decided to abandon farm ing and embark In other business I VIii on- SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908 ou the promises offer for sale to the highest and best bidder my farm containing 320 acres situated In Gar rard County Kentucky on the Wat ers of Sugar Creek adjoining the from Lancaster and now occupied by my eon Dave E Henry I will first offer the land In three tracts Tract No1 will contain about 105 acres on which there are two bouses barn and two good orchards Tract No2 will contain about 115 acres on which there are no improve ments Tract No3 will contain 100 Best Calicoes with Borders for Trimmingat 5c PER YARD Mrs S R Baker PHONE 123 RICHMOND STREET BEREA KENTUCKY HOT or COLD You Need ICE or COAL We have the Best of Both Ice delivered daily All Grades of Domestic Coal Both at Lowest Possible Prices G D Holliday S Co PHONE Day 169 Night 71 BEREA KENTUCKY r Win lu acres on which there Is a barn At eepaIratelyH whole and tho bid or bids reallz log tba most money will be tho bid consideredAnyone desiring to look at the land should call on Dave E Henry on the premises who will show you the land Possession will be given January 1 1909 At the same time and place after tho dale of land I will sell al of my farming Implements of aM kinds Also about 125 head of cheep 90 ewes 3 tine bucks tho balance lambs TERMS liberal and made known on day of sale Sale begins at ten oclock AM BOURNE Auctioneer JAS R HENHY Klrksvlllo Ky SCHOOL DISTRICT N03 Superintendent Nolind was in Derea Tuesday afternoon to attend the trances meeting of Educational Divi sion Xo 3 The meeting was hold In tho public school building and for the purpose of organizing and electing- a chairman and secretary Tho meeting was called to order by Supt No land and the new school law read and explained to tho trustees after which the board elacted Mr J B Richardson of Narrow Gap as secretary and D S Terrill of Hickory Plains chairman of Division No3 Mr Terrill was also elected a member of the couny board Tho trustees of Educational Division No 3 arc as follows Blue LlckT J Flanery Johnion James Bratcber Scaffold Cane Q W Jones Ber94jG M Treadwnja 4Ilckcry Plains B S Terrill Narrow GapJ D Richardson Malory I A Hunter Webb Fred Lakes Beach GrooJ B Kindred Thor were vacancies In Webb and Mallory and they wore filled by elect Ing Fred Lakes for Webb and I A Hunter for Mallory FOR SALE One good farm of 55 acres lying on Richmond and Irvine road 11h miles from thriving little town of Panola H mile from good school andS mile from store Good well at door and good spring In yard Good orch ard of 200 trees and finest garden in EfltlU County Good barn and all necessary outbuildings 18 acres tim ber past In grass All this with clear title for the small amount ot = 600 on cash For particulars write Sam Cox Punola Ky Grace Margaret Gould tho Fashion Editor of Womans Ilcrae Companion tells in the September number some of the wayo the Parisian dressmaking establishment sell their goods to American women Here is one ruse that she saw worked in one of the biggest establishments In Paris There was a sudden and evident commotion among the employees Thu Princess Tho Princess I She has arrived they cried American oyes began to bulge Out from a magnificent equipage stepped a regally gowned grand lady attended by footmen and maid and received by tho whole bowing estab lishment to the neglect of all other customers She was in a gracious mood this day and easy to be pleas ed praising their past efforts and selecting several of their new crea tions without regard to cost After she had made her departure amid like ceremonies there was no need of the saleswoman bothering her head over suggestions Every American woman present wanted a gown cop lcd from the one tho Princess had bought and she got it after much pleading and at a price far beyond the limit sho had set And at the point of this fable is this The Princess was no Princes but an employee of the house Every French gova has two prices an American price and a French price It Is needless to say watch la the greater price Along about April the cry goes up The Americans are coming and then the prices go up too Along about November when the Americans have let you might al most say they are giving away gowns only the Frenchman never docs give away anything Then it is that the Frenchwoman in general and tho French actress in particular selects her wardrobe YOUR MIND IN ORDER Minds that are filled scientifically like wellpacked trunks with every thing In order hold much moro than those into which all manner ot things ore thrown man fashion higgledyplg gledy Womans Home Companion for September + Tantalizing What are your grounds for seeking a divorcer asked tho lawyer Incompatibility of temper replied thewomanDo quarrel persisted the law yer Oh dear no replied the woman Thats just the trouble He always agrees with me on every subject nod the monotony of Ute with him has become absolutely unbearable l LeA Davis M D J IOFFICE AT RESIDENCE I PHONE 50 CENTER ST IIS Re DENTIST BAKER 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Richmond Kentucky Well Worth Reading ARK THE LETTERS TO TEXAS They are full of good advice to young people and old and interesting to read even it you dont need ad VJCO On tho last page ot this number of Tho Citizen and of the next number DONT MISS THEM CORN OIL FOR TUBERCULOSIS One ot the accepted modes ot treatI- ng consumption in human subjects Is to administer oil freely Cod liver oU and oUve oil are frequently prescrib ed but they are rather expensive and many patients are poor Dr Jno Ritter of Rush College Chicago has found e substitute which promises to serve the same purpose but Is cheaper It Is derived from corn and la obtained entirely from the germs The oil has been tried at the Central Free Dispensary ia Chclago with what Dr Rltter considers good results It to said to be palatable as well M nourishing 111 Y 1aI The Citizen+ S family mewspaper for ill thst U rlfbt true end Interesting iblllb every Thursday at Beret Ky PUBLISHING CO Incorporated 1lanky Frost Editor and Manage Subscription Ratos rAYABUJ IN ADVANCE oc Tear pat ale Month M Tfcree Montbi y ecnd money by r Imce or Uxprra Money Order RefUUrtd letter or one u twi eel atap The date din aime as label snows to- wbat date your inscription la paid If It It not i hinted within tbict WfeU aftti ico wal otlfy lit- Mlaalni tmnben will W gladly nippUrd If vs- Sre oU6td inbacrlpUonslLiberal terms pen to soywho obtain saw bacrlptlona fr utt Any oat us tout- 7early ubudpttoua eu rrdnrTb CiUaes tree 5 Mblour tot onr yrr 4 Adtrtlilni ratca on application r MIMIC or KBNTCCKY PRBSS ASSOCIATION The Philadelphia child who fell i down stairs without waking is going 1tomake a firstclass citizen of that community when he grows up- I In the last eight years the three great iron countries havo produced 810300000 tons of pig Iron of which over half bas come out of the United States A mountain railroad reported the other day that it had lost a train cars locomotive and crow Anyone finding it may keep the passengers as- a reward In the Slavonic section of the New York public library there aro 8627 volumes and a very largo proportion of the Russian readers select books on social and governmental subjects From Chicago the dlstanco to Hong kong is via New York and Suez 12 via San Francisco 8365 0miles via New Orleans and Panama 11742 miles and via Tehuantepoc 10229 miles Even though the Paris police hare ordered all tho revolving doors out of the cafes if a man stays in ono of them long enough and drinks absinthe enough ho can see tho wholo neigh borhood revolve The little yearold Spanish crown regulalrsem a very early age for his military carer to begin but he is already ac i customed to arms The news that 400000000 firecrack ers bard already been imported from China this year Is a reminder that It Is time again for editors who aro hard F up for subjects to write some editor als advocating a noiseless Fourth A railway through the mountains north of the Adriatic sea constructed by the Austrian government to build up the trade of Trieste though only 130 miles long has C79 bridges and viaducts It also runs through 49 tunnels t The pig Iron production In the I United States in 1907 was 25781361 I gross tons according to the American Iron and Steel association This amount was 19 per cent greater than I that of 1906 Canada produced 681 1 146 tons In 1907 i Tho uptodate butch r shop Is now provided with an electric meat saw and tho old handsaw Is relegated to the junk pile In its place is a small handsaw driven by an electric motor which severs all bones In a neat and expeditious manner An Anglo Indlan says an English I newspaper gave the following char after to hIs native cook who ex t hibited It with much complacency This servant has been with me for six months It seems much longer lie leaves mo on account of ill health My 111 health national have been frequently criticised severely The music has been objected to as having borrowed the words as not poetic On the other hand Dr Walsh the Scottish preacher who lately visited the United States remarks that Amer lea has one noble merit It is the least bellicose of national hymnsi I Even time changes says old SI Chestnut in Sedgwlck Kan 1anta graph When I was a boy the old grandfathers clock stood In the ball ticking away deliberately Takeyour time takeyour time Nowadays the fashion is to have one ot these little round clocks hat goes like blazes and says Getthere get there getthere The ameer of Afghanistan has Is sued a decree to the effect that hit subjects who Join the parties Invadlnf the Indian dominions of Great Brit ate shall have their feet cut off Thli Is not so severe a punishment the tinehonored practice of eastern mop arcba who have been accustomed to removing thq heads of the disobedient The ameer JB getting modernized And the penalty If Imposed wllt be quite sufficient to check any extendedmove ment IndlawarA rA footless Afghan be seriously handicapped for s 1would through the wild borderlands i p SabbathSchool It to I By REV D D Pastor American Pr al ylrUa Church Montreal I S II nAT has the school to do with a theme as to and to coun cils of nature minds Much for tho of the school as the of the church only has and it is as one of the forces in the world Not even to the will it as a force the con of life and its Add to this the fact also that tile school has fur its field of opera tion life at its most and at a when are most and it will not be denied that the here for the of the late of life in its social and is to will show that not a few of the worlds in early those that become the battle cry of great causes which they in the stave of over our we hive the climax the force of quiet and in truth for a to n of 15 000000 who have the voters in our lands The school is the Pence Con gress ever but it is the one true of Peace in which the shall yet to hang upon its walls the war and the sword So to build in that true for a nation as for an is m service not in in service of the for the weak of the free for the is the high privi lege of the school and how better and where better can the cause of Him who is the Prince of Peace be served How more truly can be that whose is love and whose throne is Womans Place inNature Sy WALLACE Graded Lessonsfor Schools President AiiocUUto What Has Do With National Ideals ROBERT JOHNSON Sabbath commonly regarded appropriate national congresses conception Sabbath nursery passel today recognized mightiest educational religious pulpit acknowledge inferiority moulding nations ception purpose recognized Sabbath impressionable period period impressions permanent opportunity afforded cultivation conception corporate relationships unsurpassed- An appeal history worthiest reformers received youth convictions afterwards championed Today temperance sentiment sweeping victoriously continent cumulative unostentatious instruction temperance imparted generation constituency today become Sabbath rightly appreciated mightiest convened Silently surely building Temple nations gather trumpet teaching greatness individual conquest strong oppressed Sabbath today advanced Kingdom scepter sacrifice DKROBEaTSON Mans Place Nature the volume by Huxley daring scion has yet given its companion work Womans Place Nature Admitted ly the subject little difficult and not little dangerous would also be largely gratuitous since woman has already taken her place not likely moved by any man except tears She doubtedly occupies the first place Hence the saying Place aux denies Although they generally believed have come after man the planot and have been him ever sinco they Jiavo made up for lost time They know their place and theyarc going keep it On that point the softer adamant woman has got good place and she knows it In the drama pf Life she walking man walking oft Wo have heard before the leading lady but this our lady tho nneiant planet leading man farther than he ever dreamed he would have travel This boldness bearing certain confidence themselves universal craving for domination which the other tho world do not posseearat any rate the same degree or so universally Ah Jel American women arc independent Irlhat has been repeated only too often But independent what Not what woman independent love Then what Of men Here the Frenchman staggers and puts his hands Iii3 hood do not quite understand How can tho desire love and keep men out her way Keep oI too violent expression The American woman not keep man out her way all Sho tolerates his homage the way and just that which she calls flirting This problem then remains be elucidatel How duos that the American manlso bold his business so valiant his struggle against material difficulties so foolishly bravo his sports dQggSnpt succeed dominating the American woman and allows himself ledoff by her voyages without port adventures that have climax By DR M C HAZARD Smlir School Edllorht in is title of a Hut no tist us on in is a a It and is to be to un are to an after to sex is The fact is a very is on and is of of is to of a in a women of to of of love is of of to I sumo woman of is an lloCll of at on it is to it conic in in in in to be on a on no There is a prevalent impression thnl graded lessons will be more difficult to teach than the uniform lesson Drf C Hazard in his paper sought to show that on the contrary the graded lesson would he easier to teach and thus he a benefit par ticularly to the small country frontier or backwoods Schools The advantages of the graded lessons fever the uniform lesson grow out of the fact that they are selected with reference to the capacities ap purtenances and requirements ofenuh grade in tho school Psychology shows that at different ages the mind of the child requires different nutriment Graded lessons arc based upon this fact and provide for each grade the lessons suitable for it Over the system of ono lesson for the whole school they start with this advantage that in each grade the scholars pro in sympathy with the material provided for it The lesson docs not have to be adapted hL them it is already adapted The system of one lesson for all in the school absolutely ignores tho need of scholars of varying ages for different material It gives to ono portion of the school the matter which is just suited to it and tries to adapt the matter to the rest In doing this some teachers succeed in in teresting their scholars but it is evident that it takes more brains training and tact to adapt an unsuitable lesson than it would to teach one which at the start is just fitted for them There ia no foundation for thaidea t mat the graded lessons will require as teachers those who have a consyfcrable knowledge of child psy chology and pedagogy So far aa possible = teacher should know toiriething of them but in the new system that knoselogetvilt be ao more necessary than in the pfd A familiar acquaintance with them will bo Jl tis81 those who select the lessons that they may be exil ifrlltc4 to the Different grades but not in those who make use of them any more than itia needful that those who make use of agood macadam or Tel ford road should know how it ii constructed I TO GRATE A LEMON Doing This Well Is More Important Than Is Generally Understood Theres a right and a wrong way to grate a1 lemon as there Is to do every thing else and according to a cooking teacher not one woman In a hundred knows time right way Most of tho cases of curdled sauces and custards flavored with lemon are duo to the fact that tho lemon isnt grated properly she says A proper ly grated lemon would present just the same appearance so far ns outline Is concerned there being no deep gouges into tho pith as Is generally the case The oil ot the lemon which is wanted for flavoring Is all In the yellow portion of the rind tho white pith underneath being bitter and liable to cause curdling Jt used with milk or cream This white pith hasnt the slightest suspicion of the real lemon flavor and still the average housekeeper hasnt learned this and keeps on grating Into the bitter pith and then wonders why on earth the milk should curdle Tho habit of grating a lemon Correctly Is easily learned when once ones attention is called to the matter Tho grating should begin at the end of the lemon and as small a surface of the grater should be used as pos sible This prevents waste Tho lemon should be turned In the samo way that ono turns An apple under a knife while pooling Grating a lemon properly is a pretty little trick once Its learned and It oten means success where before there has been failure CUCUMBER IN NEW STYLE Serve Vegetables In Caitolettei for a Change One large cucumber one egg some breadcrumbs one cupful of stock or milk and water four tablespoonfuls of cold meat or chicken a little brown or white sauce salt and pepper one tea spoonful of chopped parsley Peel the cucumber and cut It Into piece about 2S4 inches long Put them Into a saucepan with the stock or milk and water and let them cook slowly until they are tender then drain them wellNow carefully remove the center of each taking care not to cut through tho bottom Iloll each piece of cu cumber In tine breadcrumbs Fry them a golden brown in smoking hot fat Chop the meat finely and moisten U a little with any kind of sauce or thick gravy you may have on hand Season the mlxturro and nil the cases of cu cumber with some of this mixture piling it up rather high Sprinkle a little chopped parsley over the top and serve Whiting rubbed on with flannel will remove baking stains from discolored cups and dishes The green tips of celery or minced leaves of Hrussels sprouts may be sub stituted for parsley when that Is not obtainable for garnishing A slight sprinkling of powdered cln namon just before berving Is said by some greatly to Improve the flavor and aroma of n cup of cocoa To save time and trouble In making two kinds of Ice cream at homo a twin freezer has been put on the market Each compartment hold a quart and two flavors or a cream and an Ice or frozen pudding may be prepared simultaneouslyAn and really excellent pad for cleaning and testing lint Irons Is made uf several layers of heavy brown paper Thin may be renewed each ironing day and is quite satisfactory For a fine polish n little wax or par affin should bo used Iced Coffee as Served at Waldorf Pour ono quart boiling water on one cupful Mocha and Java blend cof fee Stir and let stand In a warm place for ID minutes or boll five minutes Strain Have ready a quart of hot milkIt must not bo boiled and pour the coffee and milk mixture Into an Ice cream freezer Sweeten to taste with powdered sugar not too sweet Cover time freezer and place In a tub of Ice and rock salt reaching a little higher than whore the coffee comes Turn the handle of the freezer In different directions for Ivo minutes and servo In coffee glasses with pow dered sugar passed separately Making Jam Tho primitive method of stirring jam for hours while preserving It has given place to a moro simple method which is not only much less dlfllcult but the fruit has a more natural flavor Mash the fruit thoroughly with a wlro potato masher add the same quantity of sugar pint for pint and place In a granite kettle on the stove to boll As soon as It has thoroughly boiled It can be removed and the jars Immedl ately filled and sealed A Household Hint I have found where ono has a fam ily of children and a pad Is used on the table that stains of all descrip tions penetrate the pad which Is then hard to wash and also ruins the polish on the table Says a careful house keeper who adds that she has reme died this by placing white table oi- lclothbweea pad and cjotb Removing a Ring Frequently after cl Is lgftarouadtlhastain To remove thltf in fit the plane again and apply a layer of gypsum extendingItalittler beyondtke rlngi and allow it to remain until dry nnnELEPHANT TRAINING Period of Education Depends upon the Disposition of Animal In newlycaptured elephants con fortuity and obedience develop rapid ly and their training Is simple For three days or until they eat freely which they seldom do In loss time they lire allowed to remain perfectly quiet sometimes with a tame one beside them to givo them confidence Where many are being tamed each new captive Is put between tho stalls of halttamed ones as soon as it takes to food This stage being over tamod ones are put on either side and the head of tho stable stands In front of tho wild one holding a long stick Taken Alone to the Tank with a sharp Iron point Two men are stationed one on either side assisted by tame elephants and each holding an ankus crook toward tho wild elephants trunk while one or two other men rub their hands over his back keeping up all the while a sooth ing and plaintive chant Interlarded rih such endearing epithets as Mo my son Ho my father or Ho my mother as may bo applicable to age and sex Then the wild elephant U taken to the tank to bathe In company with tame ones with a jwrtleular detail of process Gradually after a few weeks the old of a decoy is dispensed with and the animal Is taken alone to the tank with Its legs hobbled with a rote and men pointing crooks at Its head and ears Thus some become tamo In a tow months and others take longer for the process of taming Is dependent upon the disposition of each Individual elephant The first employment of a newly tamed elephant Is the treading clay In a brick field or in drawing a wagon In double harness with 1 tamu cotnpan Those That Have Tusks Ion Tint tho work In which the din play of sagacity renders the labor ofi the elephant of tho highest value Is oCheavyor piling timber or In transporting stones for time construction of walls end thu approaches to bridges the services of the elephant In an uu opened country are of tho utmost Im portance When tho roads are to bo con strutted nUpng the face of steep de clivities and the space Is so con tracted that risk Is Incurred either of the working elephants falling over the precipice or of rocks slipping down from above not only art the meas ures to which the sagacious animal re sorts the most judicious anti reasons bio that could be devised but It urged by its keeper to adopt any other It toIAn elephant appears on nil occa lions to comprehend the purpose and object that it Is expected to promote and hence the animal voluntarily Exe cutes a yarlpty oS detail without oriy QperJlcclnJIOI timber I the Instilment on which the elephant mainly relies but those that have tusks turn thorn to good accountITo get a weighty hollow the elephant will kneel dawn so os to apply its head to move the stono upward then steadying the y stone with ono foot till It can ralso Itself it will apply a fold of Its trunkyto shift the stone in place and accurately in position This done the elephant will step around to view the stone on either side and adjust it with duo precision Tho animal appears to gauge ita own task with its eye andkto form a Judgment ns to whether weight Is proportioned to its strength r It doubtful of Us power It hesitated and if urged against its will it roars and shows temper- A c SUMMER HOLIDAY Why the Little Matthewses Forgot Their Troubles Oct them in the country It you cab Sirs Matthews said tho doctor ns he paused on the doorstep Medicine is precious little good now and there is nothing like reap air for noting rid of whooping cough Tho result was that Mrs Matthews wrote to n friend and lo i week the five children and their tnMhtr were off to a farm for six weeks Ob time excitement of getting ready and the questions the children asked until poor Mrs Matthews tired out with bad nights and tho Incessant Bough leg almost lost patience and bogged them to give her a little peace 1 Tile farm they were gulag to was la Virginia right on the hlllsldn and quite- a long drive from any railway station So ae the dogcart could not possibly hold them nil Gerald and Enid won to ride with the luggage lu tho tile lumbering farm wagon that was to bo there as well so that when the rail way journey was over fresh doltubt were In store before they reached the farm If over there wore five happy children to bo seen anywhere they were to be found that day In time Vir glnla woods The seaside had always been lovely but this seemed better still For an hour the dogcart and the farm cart steadily went uphill until the horses stopped of their own accord at tho top and what a view met thi childrens oyesl Down below In a hollow the farm and the blue of tae sea In tho distance and nothing less than a big windmill quite close by Six weeks was nono too long to explore all tho woods and the downs but the farmer put the children up a lovely seesaw and they spent hours hours In tho sunshine on this antlaud forgot all about whooping cough and Its miseries In feet when lhfwent home heir little friends thought s whooping MUfth the nloe t tblHR pOI 1 sibis if a visit to a farm was the wd log up GOOD LEGAL ADVICE Young Law Student Followed It to Success- A busy lawyer looked up from lilt desk ono morning to ace n vigorous middleaged man standing boforo him Mr Carrulh I am going to take AX aetly flvo minutes of yeur tlmu It r may said the visitor I wont lo ac knowledge an obligation to you Ha wont on to say that he owed his sue cuss to the lawyer It camo about III this way Ho went to the course of lectures de llvurod by the lawyer at tho law school At tho end of tho last lecture the lecturer took off his oycgtassut i and said he WHS going to give tin members of the class some unasked t for advicua dangerous thing to do Each ot you boy ho said thlnkr I ho is going to succeed Some ot yow have ono reason some nnolhur fur your faith One trusts In bis fathers legal reputation to push him oae Another relies on his lithorlttHl wealth or social position One confides in 116 own high scholarship Another ex peels that his popularity and hla on gaging manners will win him clients I Let mo toll you that you nro all mistaken Nono of those things securcii success In the law There Is one course of conduct which does secure- it although few of you wilt believe that enough lo practice IL Tho man among ym who site In time onice I D minutes before anybody olio In the morning and stays 20 nilnuttw after every ono has gone at night will suc ceed as a lawyer Good day Rcntlu men That was your advice Mr Car ruth added tho visitor I took It and It worked well I just wanted tc tell you so Good morning eirt lleforo the busy lawyer had timeifoir more than n surprised Thank tout his visitor was gone THE BARN IN THE RAIN 1101 Gray barn and dracclcdmradotr IcttVMkThFor on her Kray face weaves The rain with allvrr threads That neck the muddy Uddli That rattle on the eherta ti Where use cold cattle huddled Then oh the haymow soft x And deep nnd dark and warm Oil sweet hay piled alqrt While overhead the storm T5 trlrAt 1 slipYearschild Somehow is at the start 11ttVe turn from Ltfea hocalu j Get In the World Varfii heart ourhomercureSta Hoar cleansed serer Bndpura 0 And clod to be shy IfomsCompn FAVORABLE REPORT MADE pN PANAMA tPECIAL COMMITTEE UPHOLDS I ADMINISTRATION OF COL GOETHALS PRESIDENT PLEASED WITH THEWORK ACCOMPLISHED lever Has Been Driven From the Canal Zone and It at Present One of the Healthiest Placet on tho GIbe Dig Ditch Is FUpldly Growing Oyster nay Aug St PrnliUti Roosevelt Monday nlude public a report tnido to him on August 0 liy a app lal commission of James Reynolds i Samuel R Doom lly and Henry Ui ocJi Necdbrou ru urdltiR condition In Panama Tho oonunUslon wis appointed un Vprll 1IMtNto Investigate ooiullilous especially re regards labor mul no ommodntlon on the uihmus That the president is nimsed wIWi she retort fa shown In a letter rlilcli hr sent to each member of Uia conuils ttlon on Friday He expresses jiirtlo ulnr pleasure over the tRot that tho ommlMlon uphold the administration f Col teorxe w Ooethate chairman rf the UihmUn anal ooramteslnn and the prwjWem hat bad a copy of tho report mtld to Col CtoetlMl request tug that the recommwialion iMde by the commlMlon be put Into effect Im niodialely so tar M poaelble Tbo president will submit the retort In ongress with appropriate recoramea Gallons To n great extent Uio report Is denoted to a statistical outline of tho work that hut been ecompll h jU the vork that remains to tw done the pby rttxl pOMlbllltlM with tho oqelptnent now in uee and the number of nun at present employed The comtalMlon reports that It In period the entire line of the eamil ex 4aVRllou trout la Doca the tpoidh rn- or IaciAc lermlnut to Cristobal the northern or Caribbean terminus and rave led through ate excavation MV ml times Interviewing the men at work President Roosevelt eaytm The sue IUlollndlncIthe tusk no MM roan would have hared to hope for the raMlU which have already heart achieved The work li self we been advanced more exp dliloualy than wo liad ventured to think and tho rapidity of tbe rato of b lirofUMw has iteadlly Increased- MeejiwhUi the treatment of hy Klrnlc eondi Inns on rho cajial hu been i+ such as to make H literally the model for all work of the Mud In tropltml Muiiries At present the cans sow Is one of the healthiest place OR the ylobe IN DEATH Oompanlonat St Louis Am t4U theyre dead I might as well JIG Theyre ramie my life worth living Im going alter ihi m anyhow With these words George Schein Men IS years old sprang Into tho quicksands of Oliver jreok near Fay ttevlUc III and was sucked to hln death wbllo trying to drag the bodies of Chris Klsenhauar 17 years of nge and August SlHonhAur 20 years old brothers front the clinging mud Tho three bodies with tho hands of Brhclnllch enianglml In tho hair of the other two boys were not recovered until three hours latar Tho Schclnielch bu was un orphan and had lived tho greater part of bin Jfo with tho Elrenhiucrj Ho had zone to school with tho boys shared their paacllmes and labors Tho three were Inseparable tad their trnncloua friendship wan a byword In Fayclle vllle Angry Posse Pursuing Negro Montgomery Ala Aug 21Alocc Holland the negro was taken from Montgomery Sunday to Grconvlllo by Sheriff Watson of Duller county and 1escaped from the sheriff at tho Green ville depot A large posso Is said to ho In pursuit of tho negro who nt tempted to assault a llttlo daughter of W Y Watson at Avoid last Well nesday morning Sheriff Watson is An undo of tho girl Fire Destroys 1500 Houses Constantinople Aug 24Ilro broko out Sunday afternoon In lima Stamboul quarter and within a very brlot period a tcrrlblo conflagration wra raging A strong wind carried the llamcs nt treat speed and for six hours they swept over Iho section destroying 1500 houses and shops Tho lire wns Hllll burning lato Sunday night thnugta the wind has decreased vomewhui Stlro the Dons Mcdrld Aug 24Thin Spanish press In of the opinion that tho downfall of AbdElAzlz Is now nn iiccom pllahcd fact Several of the news i papers are urging a niw Alpeclras con terence Jordan Shoe Factory Durncd Belleville 111 Aus 24Firs Sun day night destroyed the factory ol the Jordan Shoo Co employing 100 men mttalltng n loon of J120 000 which Is partially jovercd by Inn surance q I t LOST OPPORTUNITIES OF HISTORY THE SMUGGLER the SimpleMinded Old Tlmer Had Dut Known the Ways of Modern Ilf Tourlttil CONGO TREATY IS PASSED I BELGIAN DEPUTIES ADOPT THE ANNEXATION MEASURE Atrocities In King Leopolds African Realm Now Probably Will Come to an End- RruaeelsrAfter several months of blUer struggle the chamber of dep uUoa Thursday adopted the Congo an wtsntloo treaty by 83 votes to 65 and although this action probably will In uro tho solution of tho groat Congo problem thoro still remains open tbo Important question of Belgiums linen del responsibility This action on tbo part of the chamber had not been expected and nt the lost moment nearly caused tho coltaiwo of the cabinet Tho colonial bill which also was adoptod was amended so as to relieve Belgium of tho raiponslblllty of guaranteeing tha payment of Interest on the Congo debt dosplto the efforts of the gov ernmentAt conclusion of n long meet ing of mAl LoojK lil and the members of his cabinet It was announced that the ministry would not resign tho gotor nm en t temporarily accepting the chamber a actloti on the financial gaedbnThe stae of the Congo treaty mesa that the animation of tho state to lleiijlum In now practlenlly fliMrarf M the senate and King Iopaid are ready to Indorse the Mil The personal rule of King Leopold In Africa U now drawing to n eIOlIthe future be will have nothing to do with the state which Is to be lid mini toil by Belgium and tho hopo Is wide spreed that there will now bo nn end to the atrocities and raaladmlnls ration In this part of tho world hlch for years peat has been n subject of Investigation and bitter com plaint by humanitarians all over the worldLast year Croat Britain and tho United States about decided to Inter fore In tho Congo administration un IMS the situation there improved DECAYED MONEY REDEEMED Arhnil Man LOlea Only iscf 10 COO He Burled Washington Of 10000 In decayed greenbacks sent to tho treasury de partment for redemption by O D Earl- of Morrllton Ark all but 25 has been Identified nnd a check for 9975 was mailed to Mr Earl Friday Fearing tho banks wore unsafe Mr Earl burled his savings In nn old pall In 1904 Recently ho dug up his treasure only to had that tho bills woro so decayed that he could not discern their numbers All that was left of the roll was a bunch of paper resembling a package ot dried leaves with hero and there the torn end ot n note displaying n figure Mrs A E Brown tho burnt money expert of tho redemption division was given cus tody of tho unrecognizable mass After much tedious work aho succeed ed In Identifying most of the money John V Farwell Is Dead Chicago John V Fnrwell Sr for years one of Chicagos best known men and head of tho J V Far well company wholesale dry goods died Thursday night at his homo In Lake Forest aged 83 years lie had been ill a long time and relatives end friends wore at his bedside when tho end came Mr Farwell wan born at Campbell town N Y In 1825 nod came to Chicago In 1845 Three sons John VM Frank C and Arthur L Farwell sur vivo him Minnesota Man Killed In Mexico Washington Consul Maxwell 1C Moorbcad at Acapplco Mex has noti fled the state department of the death at Grant U Price of Winona Minim from n gunshot wound inflicted by a Mexican named Manuel Siluda at Pie le la Custa near Acapulit Sixth Massachusetts Wins Camp Perry Tho regimental cham pionship rifle shoot of the United States was won Friday for tho third tuccessslvo year by the Sixth rcgi nont of Massachusetts JOHNSON IS NAMED Minnesota Democrats Renominate the Governor Minneapolis MinnTho Democrat ic state convention met Wednesday In Minneapolis and after n scene of Indescribable tumult caused by tho mention of his name and which con tinued for 04 minutes Gay Johnson for a second time was nominated for reelectionThis of tho convention was contrary to his wish since ho had re peatedly refused to bo a candidate and declared that It nominated tho cam palgn would bo carried on without n general Ills secretary Frank A Day said ho had no knowledge of the governors Intention and refused to make n prediction as to what his course might be In the roll call ot counties Altkln yielded to Ramsey and Mayor Lnwlor of St Paul began his eulogistic speech At the first mention of Gov Johnsons name tho delegates forgot his repeat edlyexpressed objection to bo consld Bred nnd wont into a frenzy of en thusiasm Owing to the unsettled condition of tho minds of the delegates nt time open- Ing o tho convention regarding the ontlro ticket It was decided that a committee to be romnoeed gfope member from each judicial district mAko recommendations for the filling of all places on the ticket except that of ftThe rccomntomUtloof were made by tbb committee sail adopted by the convention Lioutonant governor Julius J Roller of Rochester Secretary of state UIehartl T Lamb of Clayton State treasurer Henry F Nelson of Nibbing Attorney general M IS Matthews ofMarshallRailway warehouse commliwlon ors Hans P Bjorge of Ottortnll coun ty Robert Nee of Rico county FLEET ARRIVES AT SYDNEY Half a Million Australians Greet the American Battleships Sydney N S WEarly Thursday morning a thin veil of smoke on tho horizon signaled to tho watchers on the coast tho approach of tho Ameri can warships and at 635 official null fication was sent out that the fleet had been sighted Fully half n million people assembled on the shores of tho beautiful harbor to welcome the battleships which ns they passed through tho Sydney heads In double column were nttended by convoy steamers and greeted with n roar of salutes from the forts Tho American ships boomed forth a salute to the port nnd ns soon ns they wore safely moored at their anchorage official visits were exchanged Lunatics Blow Kills Peoria 111 William Flnney train Chicago the negro insane tu berculosis patient whoso skull wax fractured by u fellow Inmate of the tent colony at the general Insane ndy lum at South Dar onvllte Thursday morning died Friday his brain being so seriously Injured from the blow with n hammer In time hands of his crazed assailant that fragments of bone wore driven deep Into it Fire Sweeps a Village Belllngbara WushA forest fire Thursday night nearly wiped out the little town of Bow ten miles south of hero Tho saw end shingle mill amid drying kilts owned by Daniel Cain with halt a million shingles were de stroyed as well as five cottages belonging to tho mill company Admiral Dewey Afloat Again Washington Admiral Dewey hoist ed his Hag on the Dolphin Saturday and sailed from Washington for Ports mouth N H It was the first time since 19n 5 that tho admiral of tho navy has flown his official flag over a naval vessel on a sea trip d Louisville Man It a Suicide Lexington KyJ Dv McCreary aged C5 a coal merchant of Louisville committed sulcldo In a boardinghouse hero Friday by shcotlng him melt twice In the temple GROSSCUPUNFAIRATTACKED CASE REHEARING FILED FOR GOVERNMENT e Document Asserts the Federal Court of Appeals Was Unjust to Judge Landlt and Misstated the Facts Chicago Tho government filed Friday its petition for a rehearing of the Standard Oil case Tho court of ap peals Is asked to reconsider tho reversal by Judge Grosscup Baker and Seaman of Iho 29240000 Ono Imposed on tho Indiana corporation by Judge Landis and to ask tho advlco of the supreme court of tin United States on certain vital questions at Issue This It Is urged should bo done by the court of appeals before that tri bunal In pajalag final Judgment on the case places an InterpretcJon on the Interstate commerce act that prac tically would nullify tho law making of It a mere wlllothewlsp of legis lation a phantom statute destitute of strength and substance Tho attorneys for tho government rally valiantly to the defense of Judge Landls from the harsh and as they assort unjust criticism which Judge Grosscup and his follow Jurists took occasion to voice In their opinion They declare that tho criticism of Judge Landis by tho appellate Judges and the reasons for reversing tho rul ing are based upon misstatements of tho records and misinterpretations of hits rendering of tbo law The opinion ns It stands the gov ernments petition concludes er roneously statec material portions of the record does Injustice to tho trial Judge leaves doubtful In a new trial the rule of law to be applied both as to knowledge on the part of tho shipper and as to tho number of of fenses appears to bQ In conflict with Judge Grosscup the language of tho supreme court and with tho previous language of the presiding Judge of this court and with tho great weight of legal authority and If permitted to remain unmodi fied will tend to encourage disobedi once to law to Impede the enforce ment of salutary statutes and largely to defeat their purpose Tho petition 5000 words In length was filed for the government by Chief Clerk William A Small of tu ills trlct attorneys office Counsel for the oil company havo 20 days In which to file an answer and then the peti tlon may bo considered by tbo appel late Judges They may reconsider their decision or they may Ignore tho governments petition without hearIng any further arguments Troops Riot In Atlanta Atlanta GaLato Wednesday po lice reserves were called to the Term inal station to quell a riot that broke out among two companies of United States regulars en route from Fort Slocum to the Pacific coast When tho local police officers wore unable to curb time soldiers a call was made upon Fort McPherson for troops and CapL Bankhcad with a company of regulars responded and soon sup pressed tho riot One soldier was seriously stabbed Lusltanla Sets a New Record New York Vlththo best previous record for a transAtlantic voynge lowered by more than three hours the Cunard turblno steamship Lusl tanla arrived off Sandy Hook lightship at ten oclock Thursday night having made the run across the Atlantic over the short course In 4 flays 15 hours and 25 minutes The Lusltanlas for mer record which was also the ocean record was 4 days 18 hours and 49 minutes Drug Dogs and Rob House Or nwlchConnAfter drugging threo wntch togs that guarded the summer homo of Frederick W Woerz a wealthy Now York brewer burglars Thursday morning entered the house at Bcllo Haven park near here and stole j 000 worth of Jewelry and 100 In money Veteran Lake Captain Dead Algonac MichCapt Charles 1C Jackson 71 years old a grcai ekes sailor Or moro than half a century died at ale homo here Thursday 1 Most News Gathered From All of the State CHEAPER TO SUPPORT Health Board Than Pay Doctor and Funeral Bills Says McCormack roulsvllle KyA report for the 20th year of tho state board of health was flied hero by Dr A N McCor mack of Howling Green secretary After a lengthy exposition of the causes for organizing the board diir ing the southern yellow fever epidemic In time seventies tho report tells of thin work dono during the year closed April 3 It relates that ninny dairies about Loulsvlllt were closed because their sanitary condition was hopeless and that in some of tha slaughter houses supplying meat to the smaller towns hogs nnd buzzards the former being fattened fur slaughter were oft en found In tho early morning con tending for the offal decaying heads and other waste Tho report urges nn abattoir for such towns rtrlth killing conditionals It will cost says the report to havo these essentials to health but they are far cheaper than onothird of the sickness and funerals in Ken tucky every year which could and Bhould be prevented JUST TIRED OF LIFE Wrote Insurance Agent Who Had No Other Trouble to Cause Suicide Louisville Ky = I am neither drunk nor insane I havo no domestic or business trouble I am simply tired of life This is a note loft to the public by A F WImberley who was found dead in his apartments with a bullet In his brain He had left word with tho maid In tho house where he was boarding to call him and when she knocked on Iho door and getting no response opened it she found the dead man lying across tho bed Wlmberley who was state agent for the Bankers Life Association of Des Moines la was 48 years old and had resided here for some years ills wife Is visiting In Evannvlllc and she with his daughter Mrs Lonn McKeirJc of Versailles Ky was notified Sues CleanlnQ Company Louisville KySuit was led hereby William Davlno for 25000 charg ing tho Itoers Carroll Rug Cleaning Co with the destruction of his health Dovlno says that when tha compary made over rugs for him It failed to guard thorn against consumption germs In tho carpets with the result that his health was undermined and that now ho Is a hopeloss sufferer front tuber culosis I Judges Appointed Frankfort KyCov Wlllson an pointed W HP Mackoy special judge of Kenton circuit court to try the cade of the commonwealth against White an inquttt as to sanity Ho appointed W M Deekner of Winchester special judge of Brcathltt circuit court to try munUr cases of Clay Watkins Green Watkins Elliott Collins and Samuel WatkIns Murder Mystery Unsolved Lexington KyThe body of S A Drlesbach was buried in Lexington cemetery The expenses of tho Interment were paid by H V Lambie and tho service was conducted under the auspices of the Order of Red IenI There vero no new developments as to time Identity or tho whereabouts of tho person or persons who rrurdercd and robbed Drlcsbach Louisville will bo selected ns headquarters unless Paducah offers a more attractive proposition The directors will meet hero again September R to settle this matter Tbe union expects to handle 3000000 pounds of tobacco this year Postmaster Resigns Newport Ky William Hartmnn who for tho peat several years has been postmaster In Alexandria has sent In his resignation to Washington to tako effect upon the Appointment of his successor The applications of James Goaney and Henry Schlako Jr have been sent In to succeed Hart man Considered a Good Omen Frankfort IyA carrier pigeon wearing a silver band numbered 918 new Into the cell house at the state penitentiary and was caught between tho cells of Henry Youtsey and Curt Jett Youtsey Jett and Hanlon are wondering to whom the bird will bring good luck Election Commissioners to Meet Frankfort Ky Chairman Napier Adams of the state board of election commissioners has called a meeting of the board to be held here on August 27 when the commission will appoint the county commissioners Dog Was Not Rabid Lexington KyDr A J Andrews wired from Now York that tho head of tho dog whlrh bit him had boon examined at the Pasteur Institute and that II was not rabid He will coma bm without taking treatment L Kentucky Gleanings Important PartsI 11Darnett RIDER WITNESSES STILL MISSING Grand Jury May Adjourn Without Indicting Those Implicated Eddyvlllc Ky Waiting to get the two principal witnesses against tho night riders Sandford hell and Tom Stevens tho grand Jury of Lyon coun ty has Its hands tied and It would not be surprising should the body adjourn without Indicting any of the 110 men some of whom are the best citizens of the county who were implicated by Hall and Stevens who were members of tho band of raiders that operated la the county somo time ago While tho grand jury has examined many witnesses and has endeavored to place the responsibility on some of the accused no Indictments have as yet been returned WOULD CALL TAYLOR BACK But Willson Will Insist That He find Finley Have Ball Frankfort KyGov Willson node a statement In response to a number of questions that he would issue requisi lions for the return ot former Gov Taylor and former Secretary of State FInley from Indiana to tho state for trial for Implication in tho murder of Gov William Goebcl Ho said however ho would Insist that they havo ban but Common wealths Attorney Robert Franklin says he will resist any motion that Taylor and Finley make for hall as the constitution provides that persons Indicted for capital punishment can not be called out of jail Whites Wouldnt Accept Dowling Green KyTho white voters in school district No 61 in Al len county opposed to the operation of tho new school law of Kentucky enacted by tho last general assembly which does away with separate trustees for colored schools refused to elect a trustee They notified thor county superintendent that no white man could bo secured who would accept and negroes were not permitted jto vote Pardon Offered By Wlllson Louisville Ky Walker Duncan a Shelby county farmer who recently shot and killed Newton Hazlett an ul leged night rider and who has been confined at tho Norton Infirmary in this city as a result of an operation has received a letter from Gov Will son In which the governor told him that he would grant him a pardon for the killing of Hazlett if he preferred this to a vindication in court Riders Burn Store and Barn Ellzabothtown KyA band of ri ders visited the town of Gust lI in Meade county nnd did much damage They burned tho millinery store ot Miss Jennie Jlyer and tho stock barn of Dan Richardson a prominent farmer near there As there Is little tobacco grown near thero tho cause of the raid Is unknown Slow Collections the Cause Paducah KA petition In bank ruptcy wax filed against tho Storks Ullniann Saddlery Co The firm sold goods on lung datlngs in tho south and collections were slow Assets are over 90000 and liabilities 72000 A receiver will be appointed to continue operations Death Closet Career Louisville Ky Business clrclea werq stirred to learn ot tbo death lii Henry county of Major G F Downs aged 94 tho oldest retired wholesale merchant In Louisville Ho Was coil nected with some of the prominent early Interests of Louisville when it was a town of 15000 Jim Crow Law Test Frankfort Ky Another test of tit Jim Crow law Is to be given In rhe Franklin circuit court as nlno young women of this city have tiled suit against tho C C O asking for J2000 damages each because they clnlm they were forced to ride In the negro coach Many Thoroughbreds In Danger Lexington Ky Lightning struck Circle Barn No 7 on J D Hagglns Elmendorf farm and It was totally destroyed by fire Thero weru 41 thoroughbred yearlings In the bath at the time but they wcro all gotten out but one Loss 0000 partly Insured Auto It Burned Louisville KyAU Dr Ray BIzot of this city has left of a costly lute mobile Is a front wheel and sonic Iron Blzot was drlvlnq when his lamp went out lIe refilled thm with gasoiiuo and struck a match In a jiffy tho ea tiro machine was flaming He Told the Truth Louisville lirrm gone kdiSa gone cried Fred Hall Jr to Miimta Kromer ills sweetheart just atterinH night The girl turned hurriedly and saw Bolt lire two bullets luto his train Ho sank Ur the street dead Morrjan Men End Reunion Carlisle nTho re union of the surviving mcnhers of Morgans command dosed at Parks Hill after a wellattended mooting lasting two days About ISO members wer present Z as I J J UT JCs Q East Kentucky Correspondence Ii a iNews You Get Nowhere Else I I I s0 Ho eorreiponaence patllihed sales signed In ten by the writer The name It I sot lot tutliuktiai but al se trUtic el rood faith Write plainly 0 b rsi ooooooooowo MADISON COUNTY 1I1O HIM DIe Hill August 2J nevlral begins at Pilot Knob church the second Saturday and Sunday In September Association begins the following Ned- nesdayMrs Lizzie Abrams Is Im proving slowly Mrs Laura Collins In very slokMrs Keece fcftor a slight stroke of paralysis Is better Jt Is reported that Mrs Stella Settle has sold out to Alox Settle at Kings tuuTim Roberts Is overseeing Dig Hill pike this season OWSLEY COUNT TINOEST Vincent August 20 Mrs Henry Deeds Is very low at present with a complication of diseases and few hopes for her recovery Frank Black 01 Laurel County a nephew of J C Bother was In our town n few days last week Davld Deeds has returned from the West W IL Vocable the QUOIts of James I and wife wore Moore unday Millard Bother of Travelers Rest has been supplying r Vincent peoplo with coal the past week Daniel Turner of Buck Creek was visiting In Vincent Tuesday W B Brandenburg of Buck Creek of Burgojrne Botnerwas tie gueet 4ThursdayQuite a crowd are con templating visiting the Laurel Count FairW a Hamilton te taking J a weeks vacation Sept a W Garrett was the guest of W II Vtnablcs school last Wednesday and I tave un Interesting address on the tume of an education I CLAY COUNTY HITRNINO srmxcis Burning Springs August l2Chu Thompson and wife have returned from liamllton The former has typhoid at his parents home Beve erly Thomson has almost recovered from his attack of typhoid Dora KawltuRs has typhoid Canaaek tho drummer has moved to Browns vacated Thompson houseLc use dfhe will soon be occupied by J H Thomp son who has bewi In Hamilton for Bovorol years The Clay County Sunday School Association bolds Us annual rally at Mandwster the 22nd and 2lrd lust An excellent program hub been prepared and all schools are urgently requested to be represented Much Interest Is being manifested i In tho reunion of the old Ber a I students here the last Saturday of this month KMMASTLE COUNTY JtoII NAT Roblnet August 22 Rev Sam I Johnson will preach at Horse Lick the second Saturday and Sunday In SeptemberW M Powell gave the boys and girls a social last Saturday night Thos Dartle gave the young folks an apple cutting and party I TuesdayDrummers E Carpenter and J W Carpenter of Dango pass cd thru town Thuraday on business Miss Mary Dartle la preparing for I the fall term In Berea College H K Glass of Winchester was calling 1atThad Drews on business Arvllle i Brewers mother and brother Riley of Eerea are visiting him this week S B Martin Is starting up a busts I of tinselling post cards Jas Rose made his escape from McKee Jail There Is a 25 rewardCrops look fine In this part Lily Bowles of Gauley Is staying with Mrs W M Powell ItOOKE Boone August 24 There was meet ing near Slate Lick Sunday The Rev C S Wilson failed to fill his appointment at Macedonia church Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nora Wren entertained a number of young folks at her homo SundaysMrs Mat tie Coylo was tho guest of Mrs James Grant SaturdayMr and Mrs James Lambert were guests of Rev J H Lambert and wife Sunday Mr Spenc of Berea was 1u this vicinity g one day last veek Mrs Daisy Lam bert made a business trip to Berea Friday Miss Jennie Chasteen is visiting tyer sister on Clear Creek Sev eral people of this place attended church at Slato Lick SundayCorn le reported to bo much better than for many years In this section ROCKFORD Rockford August 24 Several from this place are planning to go to the Association at Wallaceton this week Jams Berry of Villa Grove Ill is visiting friends and relatives here A P Gadd was in Berea Monday c Mr and Mrs J N Todd visited II E Bullen Sunday Miss Mattle McGulre i and brother Leo of Berea are visit ing relatives here Miss Vlrgla Marti has been sick for the past week Mr T C Vlars who has ben confined to Jihieroom for some time is able to be again Mrs I M Todd who has e been sick for some time is some t bettert CLIMAX I TClimax August 24Dled August 19 0 J- iJr 1 jO dacmoeoeo ocococofotaoatlotlo HoLI Climax cemetery Mrs Johnson was a Christian and loved by all Sho leaves four children and a host cf relatives and friends to mourn her 101S180 the death angel stole in to tho home of Mr Charley McGulro and took away his loving wife Thurs day night August 20 May this be a warning to all who arc loft and a blessing to those that are gone May they find a placo of rest in that beautiful place above Greseio Rector UAUIIV Gauley August 25Crops are re ported very Hood Road working is almost over Mrs George Mien cf White Oak spout Sunday with Mrs Sy llowardIt T Race of Johnetta was hero Monday on business Frank Ponder spent Saturday and Sunday with his staid Mrs II N Reese near JohnettaJ C Bullock and daughter Lyda returned a few days ago from an extended visit to Laurel County Some of our boys and girls are planning to attend the Lnndou Fair JACKSON COUNTY IOUlILELIOK- D01Iblellelc August IDSeveral of this part attended the fair at Berea Will Asbllls hmiee got burned up last week It caught from the store He went to Berea Saturday to buy house furniture Our school U pro gressing nicely with Anna Powell as tcachr Average of dally attendance ie sixtyfive There Is going to be a proUacted meeting at Cave Spring Sunday Jantec Lunsford will conduct the I V1Oealobs Nannie Win U staying In Berea with Mrs J K Baker Tom Crews of Berea stayed last night with Bob Wilt- UULUT Hurley August IlQllite a crowd from this place attended the funeral of Mrs Elisabeth Oabbard last Sunday at ParrotThad Lake of Loam Is visiting hit slater Mrs Leona Gtbbard Most everybody Is canning a great dent of fruit Rev Bowman preached an Interesting sermon at this place Sunday night Mm Rach el Gabbard who has been on the sick lIt for a few days is better Meeere Palestine and Jake Oabbard Sr kill ed a fne mutton Thumlay- AJiXVIIIli Annvllle August IDorn to the wife of James Tincher a flue boy oti August 18 Amvllle been ball team played Welhburg buys last Saturday with a stole of 33 to 20 in favor of Annvllle Mattla Mattock Is visiting in East Bornstndt and Lou den and attending the Laurel Coun ty Fair Several from hero attend ed tho funeral meeting of Aunt Lizzie Gabbard last Sunday at Letter Box Continued on gal 9 shoe Dr A T Neal wont to McKee last Saturday A S Johnson made a business trip to Terrllls Creek last SaturdayMrs Jessie King of Les lie County Is on a visit to her grandmother Mrs E Pennlngton We hadI a fine rain Saturday which was badly netdedSunday School here isI progressing nicely with a good atItendance Mrs Ellen Bernard returned to her home In Covington last Thursday after spending several weeks with her mother Mr Earl King of Leslie County is in our midst fur a few daY8Mr and Mrs It M Tate returned to their home after spending two weeks visiting relatives in and around here Uncle George and Aunt Nan Craft and several friends took dinner with lraI Tohn Medlock last Tuesday SAND oar Sand Gap August 24 Crops areI looking much better since the recent rains Many attended church here Sunday Mrs L N McGuire and Master Charles vlnlted J R DurI lam and family Saturday night and Sunday J R Durham and daughter Maggie had to miss school last weelcI on account of ill health but both areI better and in school again We urot very sorry to learn that Miss MasI gie Welch has such poor health that the had to give up her school We trust she be better in futureI3itKii McKeo August 23 The Jackson County Sunday School Convention will be held at McKeo on Saturday September 20 Mr Vaughn or somo ether field worker will come to aid sLast Friday and Saturday were the last days in the year for theI examination ot applicants for teacher certificates There were four appli cants Messrs J E Sparkman of Drip Rock W S Farmer cf Maulden IIIF Baldwin of Moores Creek and FredI Cornelius of Ionia Laurel County The examination trial last Saturday of Charley Baldwin changed with malic ious stabbing and wounding a Mre A Fox resulted In an acquittal Drum finer Stacey spent Sunday in town ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST UUANvn- I Locust Branch August HlIIr Jno Young Is very 111 with typhoid lover Miss Jetty Chrisman of Knob Lick Is sick with typhoid Mrs J A Bicknull has been visiting her slater Mrs Winnie Smith at Richmond dur ring the falrIr and Mrs II G IHckncll attended the fair at Itlchj mond Friday Mrs Rune Darker BIIVO an apple peeling last Thursday night to the young folks of this lilac Miss Cynthia Bloknell has returned from Cow Creek where sho was vis ltIug her sister Mrs LandMr Edd Webb rind family of near Richmond are visiting at Mrs Webbs fathers Walter Richardson Mrs J Frenchs father of Drowning Crook has been visiting hero tho past week Rev protractelllmeetln September 13 Everybody invited Mrs Lula Oliver who has boon qulto I sick Is able to be out again Mrs Lula Barker of MIddlotown 0 has been visiting her parents at this place She loft for her home today accompanied by her brother Dan Dr J A Land and wife took a drive to their farm at Little Rock yostsr J dayCorn crops are extra good InI the creek bottoms I FOX I Fox August 2aIt seems that the water melons are as plentiful as ever I Everett Osborno and sitter ot Wln theater are visiting1 relatives bore i Prof West French of Witt closed YNterdarTurn1ergot sick and had to return home lf Sorivner and Mr Sparks went on i their journey The association which commenced at Liberty last Thursday i closed Saturday The protracted meeting commences here next WedI newsy night It will be conducted j b bnnhers Peel and Howard W IL line traded mules with Mr Eubank i of Clark County Saturday Frank Ctowe has returned from a visit to Alley View WA UTR9VIrIM Wagersvllle August 34 Mfeeea An ale Crosby and Ben Wagers went bomb Thursday after an extended via It with relatives hew Minos VIDI Icwler Mollle Gabbard anfl Wagers were In Inloe lrltaJottI ah the son of I M Serivntr of Lexington vMtod relattja hens Mat week Mtoe Allee Hendemm who has been sick for the put week Is ininf lng Mlsa Nettti Herea and Winnie Wilson of Jnllwere the guests ot Misses Fan Wagers one day last Mean Ambrose Wilson and lBhraIeI Wagers attended the Fair at mond lost weok John Pamsli of j Richmond visited at Jeff Wagers few days last week Mrs aI Wagons was the guest of her daugh ttr Mrs Simp Warford Saturday KENTUCKY DEPARTMBNT OF EDUCATION J G CRABBE State FrankfortSuperintendentI IiIwork of the KENTUCKY READING CIRCLE and to urge upon each county and city superintendent tho importance ot this phae of educational work We can not overestimate the value of good books and the importance of directing the read- InG of tho boys and girls of school age in right channels Channlng once said God be thanked for good books They aro tho voices of the distant and the dead and make us heirs of the spiritual life of past ages In tho best books treat men talk to us give us their j most precious thoughts and pour their souls into ours There should be a Reading Clrlo established In every school district orItho State Every teacher of State should by all means take ths teachers course It 13 expected thltIeach county superintendent set apart t suitable time at the Institute or I1t the District Association for tho purpose of outlining the plan of work He should do everything possible to arouse a general Interest and to crys tallize public sentiment in favor of more and better reading School Boards in the cities should seo that J three or four sets of the present adoption Is placed in each room of the building The present adoption is good and I urge that each superintendent give It his earnest support J G Crabbe Superintendent t Value of Tears Dr Rom me tho well known French medical authority speaks eloquently of the usefulness of tears In tbo current issue of La Revue Tears he writesI are most useful in cases otgreat de 1 pression or deep sorrow Crying ere I- ates a kind or cCrebral torpor a mon tnl Indifference which acts as anaesthetic One drowns sorrow Initears bettor even than In alcohol We should never restrain our tears They form especially with children a safety valve which does nothing less than preserve the balance of the hair L Shoes In Olden DaYIIEarly Britons wore shoes of raw cowhide with the hairy surface out word The AngloSaxons showed an ndvaucc for they wore black and laced by a leather thong Then came what might almost be termed the bag shoo of the Merovingian iwrlod tied round tho ankle a similar easy sort of cover ing obtaining in Germany and so by gradual stages from the mediaeval shoes to the pot keine shoes a queer early German specimen tho hand round tho ankle being of engraved brass The Irish shoe of early date Is worthy of note as for ninny years the Irish wont not only bnnfootcd but barelegged while their oodles were most gorgeously arrayed London Spectator THE CROP PROSPECT The prospect for k good corn crop la much better than It was last year I Iti many localities The corn crops thru the mountains and the bluegrass bth are looking well They have a drop rich green color and tho stalks are largo and tall with strong look Ing shoots The wheat crop upon a whole was not as good as last year Tho heads wore not filled out and wore chaffy and light I The Central and Weston part of the Slate was covered by that will Injure tho crops probablyII cmebalf This drouth will I feeding of extra stock except In a tow sections that wore blessed with rAin Crops are better In many seetloDfi of tho mountains than In quaUt11otJune and It is doubtful if any shoot j rata will bo on sale in many of tho cores In the State While speak ing of other crops Limo potato crop is not near as good as was at flat bipecttd but it le thought the lo cal demands will be supplied There will be leas tobacco this- fear than for any previous year for home tine and some of the tobacco that was put out will be about halt a erop The hay trail Is pod one of the best seen In years being big nnd very sweet There will be a irndy market for both hay and corn OB other feed products are ears awl errn scarce In many puce So nay faimor who Is supplied with any ot brim can say he has ash in his IGckot for ho can turn them Into cait very gulckly LETTERS TO TEXAS Palestine Gabbard Confined by a Sprained Ankle Writes to His Son Jake In Texas and Tells of Pro gress In Kentucky Dr Jako I have been expecting a letter from fou especially since 1 heard bow hot- t was in Texas this summer I nice my latter advising you to spend I tore time in your corn patch has Cached you and done you good When you wore at home you took more 01 my money than of my d- Ire now you are getting more ad rice and loea money lint you must ccept Advice tiea rout token of toad will and affection 1 shall not write so much when Lib ankle of mine gate well I hard n ly know I had ankles till this ono got sprained Now I am trying to bo mighty careful of tho other one I pan toll you Day before yesterday tSOL onto the old maro and rode to town They helped mo oft and 1 sot on till stops ot this store for about two hours and then they lifted me on again and I came homo Tho doctor met mo when T was coming over HardScrabble Mountain anti allows 1 was an Idiot or a mighty rloh man one This trip may cost you another doctors bill says ho Well it was worth It says I for what Is life without company When I got homo and told your mother she says says she How do you suppose we women folks live when wo cant go to town more than twice B year nnd lont have anything to think of butjuit what is inside our own palings Well I have been thinking of that myself since this ankle has made n woman of mo for a spall Than I letdown and told her what I hoard in townThey wore having the Teachers In stitute which did nut amount to much Same city foller was con iluetln it and they said he did lot appear to know enough about common things to build a fire or saddle a horvecrlttor He spent JIll time sbowlnr off and tolling things him self but nary a thing that ooaW help a new teacher In the mountain And rim teachers they set and listen rd or slipped out Un window and went iv visiting in the courthouse jard Host Wednaly night they had a lecture from some protean from Btrea They said he made then an HP sad pay attention He told them that education did not IP swan keeping school and teaching air puiills so that THEY can teach school and then they teaching somebody elM He allowed that teaching ought to make good wen and women and that learning ought to make bet ter arms and hooaekteters AM to be took up the moral and Industrial education that Itonrn tint Introduced Into Kentucky The moral education foot mean the thing preachers quay rel about but It mona the things they all agree about but cant get the people to do He showed that thlldren were mlsmanbtrd when they were yoong or they might be better fbtu the were older and said that teftoalag WM a trade to be learned as carefvlly as docorlnic or laving Hat what they said he raid about Industrial education took me He Mid there was a right way and a wrong way to do everything and that when people tried to nod the right way work grew taUrreatlng Wen i knew that myself hot you Jake never tried It enough to find oat Then he said fathers and moth ers must begin this edveMte at hone and I taw tow I had sort ot neglect ed you Jake letting you have your own way Ho allowed too what a little more skill and Industrial edu cation would do for Kentucky how we sold our logs to go to Ohio to bo mado Into furniture because we wore not trained enough in that to make them Into furniture ourselves Aaron I understand Is actually teaching that very thing In ono of tho biggest building in the State and there was the Old that cure a lot moio about what a lIttlo ecl ttico could do for our mountain farms lu fact by proper education ho pro posed to got shut of poverty and misery generally and mako tho poor est part of the mountains better than Texas Is oven In a dream I asked thorn why they dint not have that follow run the institute next year and set all our young teach era to proaahlnK this new gospel anti they said thoy wished It could tie dono Tho next boat thins nnd in fast a better thing la to send a lot of our brightest boys and girls to Peroa where they can get filled up with this doctrine at the fountain headThen the Judge he came alone and patted the time of day and sat n few minutes and we wont over the name of the men in our county who TheroIsure as he named one and another ho said these are the folks that uphold tho honor and promote tho progress of this county Thoy hoop the law I they pay their debts they stand for I good things They have comfortaMo homes The only fault you can find J said tho Judge Is that there aro pot enough of them And I thought tj mItHI know where one eInmy left bedroom where John IICtpaH And as I was riding homo I pouted onII plac And I thought what makes this the best farm arid this the beat school district In this and of the j county And then I remembered that aunt Sallle Stews wife WM a ftcrea student Ski taught thrto MhooU herself In the district on tn the old schoolhouse and two In f h new and she set the standard to high they never dared to get a cor ry teacher since And whoa she mar- i dent Steve the knew how to start A hoU4 right She could Und a Kar- dot and make good clothes And ibo always reed to Steve of evening out of TUB C1TIS5KN She v nita- ny great scholar but the had the tr Innluir and she kept right nn VIM Steve tlU he has the place he tI and the amlly he has And a I i know it la because rf what his nl- got iv at hares Why It a kindi f pleaaant byword with the nileli r when they speak of Aunt 8alll to add something which Aunt mine she learned at Berea I almoat v IhO- UT I ury could he a Derea AtInt but the cant But t in proud J m- Keltic What If you had gone Ino1 rfnlnIIs frrther ahead and on a better TOll1- I Your tevlnir father Palestine naM tit TO KBRP IALT DRY To prevent salt in saltoellari from besoming damp and lumpy wlnu flung them i ut In ten to twelve pieees of rfOf says Woman1 Hume Companion for September This will riot come thru tho boles In the cover ot the saltooUars but will break tho lumps of salt and gather the moist ure thus tho salt ts always dry and fine Old Sore Cut So Burn Antiseptic I Cures Sores other remedies wont a by Dr an Old Drugstore Relieves the PainIof Burn A New Discovery Porter Railroad Surgeon 2Sc packages free- at your nearest We hive made imaEementt with the milorltr of theloccl DnirtUtR by which will awa free limited of 2 ifofIyour Drugglat t +lay The PARIS MEDICINE COMIANY 2 2230 Pine St St Louis Mo manufacturer of LAXATIVE BROMO UININE and other standard preparations have a new discovery that tar surpasses anything ever placed on the 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