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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t JF T si 3- Si f liff r pi ST 4 i LJ 4 10 L i 4 Y THEiICI T1jjJF rit T r f fJffII r OLDEST NEWSPAPER INt STERN Kr N uci y II i ESTABLISHED 1859 11 HICKMAN FULTON COUCY KY JUlY 25 H2u VOLeXXXVIf NO 26 Ai L GRAND TEACHERS tr3 E XO U R 80 T- q =r srAM MOTH CAVE Thursday August 7 1002 N Round trip from McKenzieSLl86 This include irdteTBUl md Care Fees Service of Gnide for long and short routes Tim most historic place iu Him United States to visit ne this season W T McADOo AgentxICy i Uc1ORIEJOURNAL 4 t TIMES A WEEK 1L 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL is the est paper pufchshed in the United States for Democrats and for all readers It is the equal of many Dailies and the superior of nil other SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample oupies seut tree on application Address COURIERJOURNALi COMPANY Louisville Kv y C sh Book Store fi Splen lid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY t a 1 NOTIONS Call ahirsee our Stock Ever thing up to lateY MARY BBKRKDES Co c JOHN RINGVOOD I Gt =eQl Gbooo i sY DeisUebrink s surdd East RICm3ar rm u ti f1 S i i 1UllY1nppl es t BUTTER EGGS OIirOKEXS A SPECIALTY i II i i IiI x- F LITHOGRAPH Litho Letter Heads Litho Note Headsf Litho JBill Heads s Litho Envelopes f At as low prices as can be titxCourier Office N O ST L nn SCHEDULE 1 LEAVE InOKlA t No 3icavfc 205 p in No ftl Leaves 7GO p in No5 LQaves 700 a in T ARRIVE r NoJI Awives 140 p in I No 92 Arrives 720 n m No lit Arrives 840 p m COMM ISSUXEirS SIIFEJ Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky trVLUexurdor Et alllAgainst Equity i Petition Expartoe jByvirtue of Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Cifnit Court ren dered at the May Term thereof 1102 in the above cause for division and all 1 CountyKysale to the highest bidder at public auction on Saturday the 20th day ot July 1902 at oclock p m or there about upon a credit Six Twelve it Eighteen Months the following de scribed property towit i The N E Qr of Section 20 T 1 R 4 Wcou taining 160 acres more or less bounded as r follows ou the North by the lauds of W A Shuck on tho South by the lands of Mrs M T Alexander on tli East by the Moscow and Troy Road o the West by tho lands of Mrs E C Carter and E C Carter For the purchase price the purchase- with 4 approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms S D LUTEX Commissioner oWatch for th- evJWef Letter Sale i August 1st I MJ f J y oNSv yrf s I = I ii h HIS UNCONQUERABLE SOUL Everywhere When John Quincy Adams was o years of age he met in the streets of Boston an old friend who shook his trembling haul and said Good morning find how is John todayThank+ the ex Presii QuincyAdamswell I thank you But the house in which he lives at present is be com lll dilapidated It is totter ing upon its foundation Time and the seasons have nearly destroyed it Its moftoi pretty well worn out Its walls arc much shuttered and it trembles with every wind The old tenement is becoming almost uninhabitable anti I think John Quincy Adnms wilt have to move out of it soon But he I himself is quite well sir quite well with that the venerable sixth President nf the Uuireil Slate moved on with the nirlul hit K taQ Watch for th- eRed Letter Sale August 1st TELEPHONE CHURCHES Certain churches in South eru Indiana have recently put a Bellamy idea into ox edition by establishing 1- telephone connection with the homes of many subscrib ers and especially with hgs 1pitals and the homes of in valid meinbers by mean I of which thel sermons of their pastors vep Jieard without the node nyofchurch nfrtendnnco At1 first sight orliaps this seeuin1 v tHltt rpIjillgfturl likely to rosulbI in irood but itsru i Jrf v 3 rf oJ ti ira w IllaC01lgl PtlUli le l together by no stronger ties than a telephone connection is not calculated to exorcist any great influence for faiths sake nor to attain permanency as Ail organisa tion rThe Boss Worm Motlooine n P Kump Druggist Leighton Alit writes One of my contomers had a child wInch tvauoict and three up all foOd nji ix nid rolam nothing ou gtutnac lie fiooght one bottle of Whites Cream Ctvam vermafngf nnd it brought up 110 worms from the child IVn the lOtS worm m dieiue in VermarugtiloI their digestion and assimihttion of fond strengthens their oervous symtf iu and realores them to the health vigori and Ilasffty of nut urtl to ohldln ixl1 25c at TP d4 W S Ellison c o THE PROHIBITION- An aetiye ontnpiiign is to be waged hy the ProhibitioijKts of Kentucky At a nicetniK held at Lexington recently LocnlOptionCOllunittc pose is the quitatiou education levis Intinu and the ouforrfenaont of law in regard to the liquor traffic Count eomnuttes art to to organizpd with n ineiutwr in eitoh tagutorial district it is the intention to shortly hold a great mass conreiition on temperance in Lonisnlle NO DICTIONS FOR DEMOCRACY MayQeM Mirror organiZ1fl manrhas been big enough to lay down the law as to who should be culled democrats and who should bo nominated for o lcPIUnless the organizers and disorfwni zers loom worn rcsqwet for the party and Ilea for their own vanity their lOX perienco a8 politicalI advisors may cud before 1001 in uompkte loin of influence in democratic couuaels layntgnFor iliIn a resent article a prominent phy inqossililrfor tho physician to get his patient to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent ho has but one resort left namely the I nroIlets should beSftiploycd Their use iis theyleaohealthy condition For sale by Cow gill Oowgill It 1 I I I BUYOR I I I == r d lr timberIand see me 1t t3Ponrt IIousc hIickman lyCan or trite fortr- msATTOlEYATLAW ti Special ritt t on Riven to collections etc J WI RQNEY IIICKMAN g KENTUCKY l 1 I LED it ORD s BANDL- Srooeries Frfsh Meats Hardware Queensware I Iand FeedlStuffi iI TT- iI oV Carry everything usually flII itt5t1 firstoluss Grocery anti no piins will fbe syurcd to l liJrcustomers tQ Cat1 for lllae Trailing Slumps WlJto rrttOc Cash terchnse After ooUCliop of laU your are ton nahdgtwre prMMtta n i Tel phone 6 k Qools Ptomptl Delivered 1 13fCLOSING OUT MLE3 i i hue deQided to clone opt fl ntiro stqck of JJry Oivids Notions Slioeejfim Blipners llpt iandPants Tank anatril e f jahiijcH at I BElOWC s 1 t SIJ a I L D S + ONS C I jjntN I i ANCoRRi 1 fa t THIS TORKE1 BEAT THE RECORD Mrs Ben J lldge of till county hay a turkey hen that has laid seventy eight eggs this srason and is xtill lay ill She htv had thirty seven tnrk + ys hatched from the same hus nimfven eggs setting and four eggs ou hand No mistake about this as Hn fledge ha i hut the our turkey hn and it ix till laving every il yCje jigi iown News Summer complaint bi nuusuagy pre valent among hildrt n this soasMju A ritualily pv of Chamberlains l ri and Di rrlio a itru1r1ate of the b1 jwtvit iiitHlkMncn ujariufwrtun 1 andvvhifh is always kr t on hand at the hooM ff wribe This iioo nut in temld as a Inc pntf for tin inMnpany wh4 rte titit ailvertisii with ut but to benefit little suffers I1t who wuv nut b tvitJunearuGg t atvieiui X v family should IK without a bottlnf ths nndii no in till house esreiaJ yin sninn T time Laming Iowa Jour Ilifti For site by Cowgill N Cowgill I IAfL DEED r I MadiftonvHIe Ky July 22 NYws reached this city lust night of a hor- rihte l traced enacted tatt y1ftIfIIy- nfteruoon at Depov atWt 111 miiis from this city Sirs Kllen TorYy with n pistol shut nail killed her four I yearold chUrl firfcItt hr two m4 er children nod fuilirs I 11ft tltII- lun1i the pr upon nfoti IIH rlfallft i tired H hullet through llfr brain r LOOK OUT I harr a saw mill grit sill and i cres of hind for sale good s anI for- II grist Mill first stnnrt in the county fur- I s mtt easy terin nail mid see J R BROWN EtrBARRASSINGPREOICAMEtJTi mvnlly heard of a man who at IVI a urand hull with hw wife and t had a eruml timr While dancing a quadrille he noticed that his pants wen ripping and hurriedly retired to a room with his wife who procured a nr dle and thread and began sewing up the rip While the man was sitting there without any pants on he heard the rustling of skirts and it occurred to himr that ho had taken refuge in the ladies heis wife aud she shoved him to it door- which opened ns 9h0 thought into closet Opening the door quickly she I shoved him through and locked the i I j inII ofIballroom Danvlllw News Watch for th- eRea Letter Sale August 1st T m 1 II Jr T t HON G R WHEELER PRESENT ED WITH A SILVER i SERVICE i I A2 r lXIDKNt OF TilE tOXVKNt liON Fro PadmfMh News Democrat J Col Avers then called for Con KrcsuiaifLharlM K Wheeler and ConIRrexKwaeles6Uairi l JIInns to com e I I to theI Ilfrttforut hulk gentUm applauset nitI I nncu red tho hand ritddrtwhe j UPIiI tt t ale uftedundtr a cloth JJnaappys th Mr Juner then prtilnjjj 11 the l to the irt djtrit Uenu- 1ict u Ir WlJehr i npfiij n gruntt outburst when Iitli I lriuehenry I lruiil t ii I i uponThert I j ilh1111gbwaaor lIfrM toIuthe oni euL U rIJ nbindI dd iu titII ion COQ Srcy ty a reprrr iitalivr ofhe Ior disiriot than ehariey WheelLad rQltfdid- Mr Wilder nltmisf jt overcame Dv 1 iJiotK tnndP a timrhing and appro write I youraacenw tliiokrd tlt i 01 pr tit FNt JfmtiFK dlsuiti I i iiiit liwliad Anne III I i latt to srv lit I lIt ih fob oy anl that tf hi1 hiltl err i l Iliiuidfakcs had biU lx ru of jj udxrIMlgt andn JlflirII t Krtt hut i trij t frn the diellr- rwill t II J I readsfuretIn l tojI j i I ev rv djtrn wit i every ninu and 1 ine fronds with everyin beIiiisAAid t l logatol His cfnitrJlih reelwil II a ulplaulfII ir rUfe th- eMl j Letter Sale I i 11i11i1 I LOW RATES TO ST LOUIS I a tllrtJY and Snnilny yourselfthe at Titkeiini Loopai I ltirIt 3rldaytback Inmonin Ask you Acjeot for il K t j1 SenaarMetnurin of Sonth Carolina cleoliiio tho proffer of It place ou the t I 1 I ofII I 1tti SENATOR VEST ON DEMOCRACY SAYS A MAN MAY BE A GOOD fFMOcvlR1 I SILYERI I exp1essdhisV cidodly that a man may be a good democrat without in cursing the dechiration in tlif Kansas City 1platform for the free and unlimited coin ago of silver at the ratio Of- w to L Iris connection with the party running through half a century his long and distipguislwa career hi the Senate where he has been a leading expouent of IDemocratic principles makes the expression of Senator I Vest very importnut and in j torexting at this Ante j The Senator said to the tHpulIic eorrHHOlmc nt- hI haveIli objection to stating that Awhile Iinn a j bimetnllist Sincerely and tllltiiIvois tion I do not think that this is the time to make the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 10 t 1 a paramount issue I be lieve that a man can lfop r a inn coring the declaration in the Kansas City platform for tthe free und unlimited coinage of silver tit Ia to i with out th consent of foreign- cotmltLlei 161 will fiirt her stnto that 1r think Mr Kryaiis cjecla raUoivmncli in rig paperI uiul hi his speeches at ClxOf- t it X I it BS gwirgt 1 fi g01f iMT b1 fln sll tI dl J Je sent as a dtlar aft to any country State or national c itrnvention who lots not in dorse the IitllSflS City platform in its entirety is a very tofllI Missouri men teal he read 1ikItfor fifty years but who now circumstancesdhive made the free hurl un ati1 inlIt Walrh for the Red Letter SaleAn lgt NEGRO DINNER A SUCCESS Mempliis News erThe Hooker Washington dinner has made Roowvelt so solid with the uo Rcpul1llicantheir dehyfatimla presidential nomination rat h1lt party Even with rtrrt unlimited hturoJ Hnnitii is alraid Ito buck pjr unst bier ntiinent ol Vashiuplona rare and this isono reason why Jioocwrvclt w to have a clear road to the nomination Of course the incident did not hurt the bronco buster with the Republicans of tho North nogri0 was the hutvrlast piec of politics that Roosevolt could have played It looks bycyparty op 1irarrlJE II hereby notify all persons having IdtlilRaJfnin9 the estate of the Into npresent them before the 2nd Monday in August 1902or thor will bo forever after burred by law Miu R D WATSON WHAT IS A GENJLEMAN Tne following extracts are taken from the advertisement of a German publisher itA gentleman does not use eau de cologne and read greasy volumes from n circulating library A gentle man does not borrow good works whet he is in a position to buy A gonUom n dog not talk about the latest literature when he is acquainted only with what is said of it by tho reviewers A gentl man does not cnt books with his finger 1 evonafttr having washed his hands A gentleman does not buv only sixpenny11- muolt oheap editions These are interesting additions to the many deliuitions of a abused word I w w j Watch for the it Re et eraAugust o 1st + C E EAKER r i General Cocec tr t YsPowell1 Hating purchased the Grocery Stock o J J C Bondurant would be pleased to have all old friends to call Fresh Qoodn and Choice Bargains I i Dont Fall to Try This Whenever an honest trial is given to Electil Hitters for any trouble it is re commended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and invigoratetheinert systemsElecrtricand Liver Troubles Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness Bhenma lSU1L Neuralgia and expels Malaria Satisfaction guaranteed by Cowgill L Cowgill Only 50 cents T VTT T T TRIM ALL Nunnallys Candi- esJReigers CALIFORNIA PERFUMES FOR SALE BY Cowgill Sf Covgill- DRUGGISTS CITY BARBER SHOP 4 To my old customers We are here tOftiy Nobody will appreciate you patronage fir take more pleasure in try ingt lapleasuyDn than we old reliahle lnarls R U OALDELLrJ I Jf WILL 1itowELL 4 u TIME OF TRAINSA- 1UNION CITY North Bound No 2 Leaves daily 1123 am No 4 Leaves M Mt33a In No 12 Loaves veek day mired 1oID a in South BOund No 1 Loaves daily 405 p in No 5J Loaves JJt m+ t a nl No1 Leaves vk day nixd 800 u in C S CLARKE OttiFrml Manager STLOCISr C M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL tJll Kr Atinl A lfnTr frjrntXOB1LK ST LfiriS DRS KDAVIDSON JentistHIOKMAN KENTDCICY Office over Cowgill Coryillts IDrue Store iiI+H lifftTH ti a Buildingaof lNl laterial I 4r1I1 s c BEt + rst Doors aud Windows Shingles o 1 1 jff Paiuts Oils etoLt t ESTIMATES vi1t CHEEUFCLLY ttrt FURXISMEI or a + 1 FEED STUFFS t l J I S Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc 4Y Lh 4 t + fi LPWSEIIiSON twito++ F4 1 +htM tI+faiNt + N Ta- j Anli 7 + I t s- ii = 1 THE JlICK tAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor HIOKMAN KY JULY 25 19021 The Silver King Dead John W McKay the iriulti millionaire known as the Silver King died in London this week He was lieved to be worth near 200000000 but it is said by his confidential Secretary that McKay himself could not tell within f20000000 how much he really was worth tftC- ounty Convention t The Fultou County Dem Appellate 1 1convention net at the Court Icon Saturday last Mr henry Bciiil chairman and Mr Jas Honey Secy t A resolution authorizing the chairm to appoint 7 delegates and that they 1instructed to vote for Robbins carried without any opposition The support ers of Judge White in the conveuti were vy respectable in numbers a otherwise but they did not place Judge White in nomination or otherwise oppose instructions for Robbiiis pi r i sumably because thoy saw that the Hobbiud men were iu the majority The attendance was large iffTHE COMING Maneuvers of Army and Navy The Secretary of War has authorized a great mimic battle somewnere on the Atlantic coast iu September in whi n largo part of the U S Army a jNavy will bt engaged So many war r vessels and so many regiments will be designated to defend pertain part of the coast and equal or larger land a naval forces will act as an tuvadi force The respective commanth officers will be expected to plan ti battle or battles and to execute the plan both for defense and attack pre cisely as if enemies except nothing but blank cartridges will be permitted I Another interesting feature will beth the great metropolitan newspapers tv- tt have representatives on handut their own expense using their own boats to report the battles with every odic pledged to give them no information any plan before it happens The news papers are to work itout for themselves tttOUR LEVEE WORK To Commence About Sept 1st ABOUT THAT 200000 APMIOPKIXTIOS Hon Rice A Pierce tells us that l Is an absolute and unassailable fact one that can be literally substantiatedl from the government records that the 8200000 for the Lake county toy ce is a portion of the budget constituting the rivers and harbors bill Mr Piers states that in the river and harbors biti r no specific work or appropriation made or named that is to say noI specific sum is set aside for a specific work but an estimate or aggregate i isImade and the aggregate placed under care of the River Commission for dis bursal Mr Pierce says that thet 200000 for the Lake county levee forms its quota of the regular budget and every dolhfr of that sum will bei spent on the work As a matter of fact 20000 has already been set aside by the Commission to the end that work on the Lake county levee may immedi ately begin Troy Banner Congressman Pierce has certainly worked faithfully or this appropriation and his efforts have been crowned with measurable success But it seems that at great many do not understand the attitude of the River Commission toward leyee building or tho attitude o the Government toward our partiicular levee District The Courier in common with tile general public has understood that Congress appropriated 200000 to ward the construction of our levee and that this sum was available at an early elate This is a mistake for Congress did not act specifically in the matter and the River Commission has made no promise at all only recommended allotmentsifrom future appropriationsin such+ installments as the Commission from E expedientE leeetdistricts Niis 200000 idea originated from the report of Capt Winslow the engineer in charge in which he esti mated the cost of our levee to be 8100 000 and recommended that the U S 3 7 Government provide half that sum This report was approved but no specific sum named or any specific time in which it is to be made corn1pletiugi Miss Valley will be about 20000000 whereas Congress is appropriating an average of only about 1000000 n year for suchpurposes Under tins view of facts it will take perhaps 20 years to complete the levee system The Coo t r rier is of the opinion that the Congress 1 ought to appropriate the 20000000 at once but it does not for under the scale of present and past appropriations1 1theGovernment can do scarcely more than aid the home people in the build ing of levees Jienco the River Com f vtuwaion has adopted the policy of giv inQ pSBistancei to those who help them 1 eelyewon the grounds that if the con j i i t fJ j 1 tc y ry iYrSr I T r SUMMER GOODS ATbeREDUCED PRICES In order not to carry over to next seasonsec oral lines of goods11t will olltr at a big rtsct illovt I must go none reserved iJj1eWASH GOODS J fldz t 1 yptinJJTissI l b e1fiU1 and 1 EmbroideredI I 1 Silk1 LappetsI Our 1and I 12cY YiI hood go n tl10c Our 20f Wash t Joodsgo at loe 11 tOurLADIES SHIRT WAISTSi= t All go 2 att tlifI31chi L 3nd1 1 1 25 t 0lc Ii f TOO Tnc j 75c cc 4i 4i 56c II50cololed i4 cc ee 38c + ngwHATStoWi have just a few left you can hors nn t of them at off regular price OXFORDSillAt ivduced prices All our 350 andhc800 erhidand Patent Leather Colonial Slippers ofgoat 2 50 L b JjJ It crp0 Eo Q Tnik if L dJ1s MI 0fjfS41 ii- t I i21to 4i wnJ 1l JTy I strnctious of a levee is nut of snfliciet iimportance to the residents to uTUt thorn to raise money and do some lovre work themselves that it is more to the general cood for the Government spend its money in levee district- where 01 the people will do suoh buildui gI as they eau As an example in Mis four opposite Hickman in 1899 the people did some levee work and the Government followed it up by two allotments 20000 each 0he people eased efforts and this year tho Htv Commission made them no allotment In our levee from Hickman to Slough Landing known as tho Reelfoot Dis 1trio Lake County has appropriated 109000 about S90UOO of which ha been expended iu building fi miles to the Ky State line leaving 1C miles to raisQfdjI about 25 000 which is now not availa ble because of the conditions ot tho subscriptions But there aro in Ten nessee about 150000 acres of land to b reclaimed by the levee and less than 25000 in Kentucky more miliage in Kentucky but more acreage in Ten nessee All told our local subscriptions only amount to 155000 whereas th estimated cost of the levee is 400000 So therefore if tho River Commission holds us down to halt and half we sire short in local subscriptions to complete j tho levee Indeed if they expect the Ky land owners with one sixth part of j laud to be reclaimed to raise as much money as the Tennessee portion of the levee district has then tho task is hopeless But we apprehend the Com mission will not be so unjust iu its allotment next year and if our home people can menage to utilize on subscriptions already made and materi ally increase it to do sonic levee buildI ing ourselves there aro just grounds for assuming that the River CommiS sion will make allotments sufQaient to complete the levee m 1903 and 1901 If a Man Lie to You oiutmentlotIonBncklens Arnica Salvo tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles Barn Moils Corns Felons Ulcers Cuts Scalds Bruises and Skin Eurptions prove its the best cheapest 2T j atiCowgill Cow llI drug store ffiS Watch for th- eRde Letter Sale AugUst 1st f- It The Hest Liniment For tilrnins PMr F 11 W lls the merchant at ierr Park Lung Island F1 says rlCj onunend Chamberlans Pain Balm as best liniment for strains I used iit 01the winter for a severe hunonosd in thd resulting from a strain and wa1 I greatly pleased with tho quick relief 1 and sure it efTectedJft IForSale 1by Cow yCotvpillin Watch for the eerAugust Isf Ice Cream ToXIghl lUrchIIgive one of their serial ice groat upper to night Cream served from pm One of the Social features Jl the evening will bo the Guessing contest which excites muoh interest 1 Tlltts anppfirsnro served on Friday evening every two weeks I M eIn taking the authorshipl of the Monroe doctrine fton Monroe and giving it to jfjhu Quiiicy Adams Prof Ifarfc i 0of Harvard placated lUi Piesident dead lletter and anyhowf a compliment to AEr Adrifns But despite the profesjrsI view of the matter the Anftjri can people are apt to Mold1 to their own opinion alto theqfficicntr doctrine v O j A combination of wholesale pro caries in Illinois Indiana Ohio Missouri and elllonI NntitmalGrocr 1I I 1 a I capitalstock qf 5000000 Z It J will buy direct from importers I IIanc1l will hex large supply liouse and i M coldstorage plant in Chicagoi iit I j thin plansI contemplatesI a largeI ttmanufacturing 1 1Jl i j iiS I i I I Wnlch for Um Red Letter IIJet W c 0= r rI n 0 4- I I I Look LookI I I IWE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE i AGENCY FOR THEi v I A MERIGAN I R I1ItP of brg srong wires heavily galvanized rnf ly l for expnnsion and cmjtrnc 49- I I Sitn Only Best Bessemer steelI wiresTfI t rlI always of uniform quality I rciw great a tang i zUif n I t mutilate but J t I r es iffttuUf turn 1 I I attle horses I l Iusand pigs t J c + I S EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE by the manufacturers Ctl and see it Can show you bow it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay This ii the fence keeulineofc W S HENDERSON CO S JIE XKWfAfter several aigbrtukdowusllornincNewsnewflixiperItscovers and j special correspondent = in all the MemI tphis territory and gives the news of this section r vrl uIJerbTheuppearthereafter Send for sample copies of the daily and weekly 1 jjGAR U THE R S 1 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blu trading stamp with fijory lOo cash purchase CLINTON sTtlr11 IIICKMAX KKXrtlCKV Telephone Number KX Kqmlslrc FunltiroH Blackheads pimples greasy facet and mudd coinplectious which are so oom nion among women especially girls at u disfiguringwhich would otherwise appear nttract jfive and refined inilionte that the liver ofeJBurbine will CtISt the bowels the liver and so ttrtablidii a clear regularoI iiaoa comploxion u0c alL P A W I 1 THKOUdMI iI VIA MOIULK I 1lUllIO It II 1Betwau St Louis and New Orlenns St Louis and Mobile St Lonis and 31ett O R R I th- eRed Watch for Letter SaleiAugust 1st I u I I nrcs Sciatica Ift I j Kov W L Riley L L D Cubit N j Y writes After 15 days of excrucia I thug paiu from SCiatIc rheumatism under I various treatments i urns induced to try Bollards Snow Liiiiiuont tho i first application giving my first and the second entire roliaf rclieftt uiye it unqualified reconunondatiou 25 fiOe and and jl at L P W S Ellison A CAU1 Through the Courier I want to ex t press to the noighlprs and friends my I thaiiUs and appreciation for their uniI form anti continued kindness during tho sickness of my late hushami tidy God bless each and all of thorn Mrs A V Underwood Watch for the Red Letter Sale August 1st a Illrm For Sate i 102 aoreBcuearly till cloired goodl fur proveineiiH2KIQ e from tliokuiau Apply tii ilR AuxHUEKiNa r III ALLS VOVEM WIRE JroiclcJ FiELD FENCE et- w 1 i mm e luCI 04 j jIt III tft et tr i Tise IfS I I =CL w + 41 i GUARANTEED fenced I 1 P JII w ciIiTTCAHQAHt t fi 1 have tin largest and best selected stock of Fresh Iroceries in the city which I am sell ing as low as the lowest for Cash and Gash only also carry a complete lino of Sad dfes and Harness whjeli wIIll jm af roW iftiiWlepl i Call andcexamine iiiy stoek and ht convinced a j Oj A1t r0e Q liveJY E7honE 81 I m- jj 11le JIItllllTllGON Cj4 i SITclIUUS of TUB ciiiuiiTii lO fi T i AaO fJ n IJ Er 1 flE1fl= 11 Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that theI vcry lowest the r market justifies r 11111COODS UUAIIANTHItIIJh1i 11 I n ROOFING A SPFCIALTV 0 u ALL AND SEE US fJ t 4 b W We avo constantly receiving Fresh Groceries of ajl kinds S Choice Freah Meats Queens ware Harness Ice Cream lreox ers large and small A lot of useful irticlos for lOcoIfay and Bran All at vU M oCt r dcW ROGERS SON 1 J Y S i tn F i XIr L V 4ln tl C 0tt tJ C O 1 Hav3 you tried Snushlue flour 4 r fyr Call at Rogers forfresh canfoed Rim barb 1 r tiit Finloy Handle visited Martin t Sunday tc 15k for Sunshine flour none better 44h Mr Rich Gpaltler iis reported seriously ill near Arkansas City Ark None better than Sunhine lour t A real nice smooth bull for sale apply toxL ROSE Misses Vivian and Lillie Clark of+ iLouisiana aro the guests of Misses Bes sic and Mubel Frouch for several weeks Watch for th- oRed Letter Sale 4 August lit Mss Belle Mooro after apoudiugse efal weeks witJlhnr cousin Mrs B Pavltnm is visitAg relattTes in Metrop olds III Mr J R Srtiafter a pleasant visit with Mr Jesse Tiutis flunily has re turned Lo Uuion City Penal aCcx u purlieu by little Harriett Tauis Beck ham W Mr Robert Daughorty alter spending a pleasant week aj Metropolis III liar returned home Mrs II Parliam and Miss Lizzie Iauu gave a pitiiiio at Sulphur Springs tnty week in honor of Mr J IL and Bessit Scutes MiBsI 2 The ease of Hardy Bt a ely for killing urged in tlie Luke County Circuit Court wjs eoutinutwt last week to tlnOj Text tnu of the court Mrs Sue Bunting null her nieces IisIi ses Annie and Lillio Wiley of Jncksofi Teuu aro visiting Mr nud Mrs A H g LeetWatch i I for the Red Letter Sale August 4st F FUR SALE3 good mules one brood mare and farming implements 7lStf L D TURELKEU The Dickson Normal College is the cheapest and best school in the south For handsome new catalogue address T H Loggias Principal Dickson Tonu Pont think of deciding where youll attend school this fall till you know of the advantages offered by the Dickson Normal College Dickson Teen Sod for catalogue The pupils of the Dckson Normal r College Lave again shown the thorough ness of the work done in that institution by making tho highest grades and talking the highest honors in the State Institutes High grade shoes Oxfords and slip pdE at Sl1Q LQrQLOIt0 Major W L Alexander of Union City and Mr 11 A Alexander of Jordan paid the Courier a pleasant call Tuesday Major Henry 13nchananlonqq in Ui Courier Curio windows 15 rattles mId button from a rattle snake killed In Eastern Kentucky atShoet i Broad is the stair of life why net use Snuslliuo Hour Hud you get the host on tho market Buy Sunshine Hour and you will use no other Mrs Mary Clark a very worth may who lIcttd1LUwut 3 milts below lliekiran died consumption Tuesday J Mr Spencer Yreoland lanVosl uojjt1 Tuesday to visit his daughter Mrs Belle Phillips Auburn N Y untlerwoarsudV RICE iNAYLOR Mr Cieo Terrett sold last week 22 i head of e the netting him S12ttOO IftiSold at i cents and the outtlo fIVer agod 1100 pounds Those were mown on the pabtnrsigo in the bottom with scarcely any other feed He has about lOQhead more coming on Engineer DAilly aivstliat tho UMJOS sary two miles of railroad tre3tloacross tho Head of Roelfoot LnUe wonldxost uo a foot r hss Christine Uradlov daughter of former Governor Bradley of Lexington KV has cal cll a stir throughout tho State by declining to become a candidate for queen of the Elks Carnival at Rloli moud when her election was practially iguaruteed I Vatcli for the fv Red Letter Sale August 1st R The Perfect hirer Medicine Mrs M A Jolley Noblo O T writes I have used Horbino for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend it as tho most perfect liver medicine and the greatest blood purifier It Is a medicine of positive merit and fully accomplishes all that is claimed for it Malaria cauuot hind a f KIt in the system while the liver is in pe ect order for one Of its lane tions is to prevent the absorption of fever producing poisons Herbino iis a most cllloient liver regulator 50c at LP W S Ellisonm FOR SALE A poiiey fine saddle and buggy aiiiuial any ono can drive her 5 years Fold thi = past spring Applyl to V JO L JONES West Hickinau AN EXCEPTIONAL Nice line of Perfumes loilet Waters t Soaps Talcum Powders Facepqwdcrs y aktccan bo found at Sway nos Drug Store 1 p i t rY Watch for the- Red Letter SaleAugust lAt The greet freight handlers strike in Chicago has been ended and toe freight thehwnni daughter nlackburndied nfrousexhaustionCoL Robert L Green who has heen theCourttOJtIutoilier duce3oSymMihAmericanthisdistppearauee Tttelargestrevenuffrolnitemfnruiehing ReukyHerbertAtteberry Sam Laths O Ifc KerJiu and H T Seiith werelitatOllJt deleptt lion to thA appdnie judicial convention Paducah ILOW POI IU II GtfHuekor 36 ociKi Watch for th- eRed Letter SaleAugust let Several hundred Pnltwo County dew rats attended the ma4 convent ion at the Court House last Saturday and nearly alt MtmtHl lobe governed by the ut moat good 1lII isadfe to say that Reelfoot Lake 1wilt not be drained for several yet1 everM SantoaDumonts airship bac arrived at New York and has pra ti MIi i Dumont sailed for America Thursday and is expected tQ nuiko his first asccn sion in tbia country in about three rjcblonBencbI Liberty lyIdbyscboll1ihiptlincal College Mr Park Powellwon the Knit award the 4 year schotarahip and yearshereand Itnby Hurgrore were the examiners Mrs Bell Cox is visiting relatives in Ilickinan Her home lel now in Louisa ville Mww Nora Ilaskiiw of 1nderirkK- burg Va ill visiting her aunt Mrs Nora Fihua j Mm Halley of near Fulton who hits iitnt Dr Aillolt of NuritviUe Bapua Mwionnr Secretory of Teeoeascc I visited Biekiuan Tuesday The State School por capita in len tuuky this year is 22y The interest Oil Fulton eoimty hbadtht fAt be added j to this in this county 4 Watch for th- eRed letter Sale Augwit lit 1Hu1 drugged about ten font but guts up and ROCS shout his husiuiww asserting tttthe has not been hurt J C IIanJ3 has hK sod his futerC6t in Reolfoot Lake to JQ liurdick for n term ot years Tills probably todtit the conllict between Harris ami the Jteher mep Mrs Duello Blaekhurn bane the lliaclPinnnThere are tatty or Inoro people camp ed at Combs Springs mr health jjid pleasureloot Brown ant family of Crinton are of the party A pleasant time iis reported Till 13rwr IS TH R Cll K A IBST Not IK V toh np but how good in the question t Tho TWIGBAWEEK REPUBLIC i iBuotaschflnpas it is iKKsihle to sell a t firstchira newspaper It prints all the news that is worth println If you I read it nil the year round you nro postal on all the unjiortaiit and interesting affairs of tho world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money wind bruins o ui produce and I those should be thoBttfeiniuishiuj traits of die uowpaper that is designed i tlUiflml1j Subscription price SI1 n year Any newsdealer newspjiwr or postmnsnr will receive your yulieriptinu or vu- muy mail itdiroet to TFIK RKPUHLH Si IjuL Aid co YOUR TAXES UUK All persons are respectfully uotili d that their taxes are now past due and the Nare respectfully requested to come fotwarl and settle sutue 2t Toot DitLov Jit C T C Watch for the Red Letter Sale August 1st t1rrCaurierRegulations for the LaCIede and ocher hotels They were printed in colors haridOiiioIjQauied and gave great satisfaction o our Ion ifaces and the cnterpcisinp merohants who advertLsed thereon Mr McDonald who is an es- pcrieiiced newspaper man will shortly return to llickmaa to assist the editor of the Courier in a special work to be later announced f r Ir s jt 4 7 j Iron Beds aMfttle Pricesfl1 II It k iIif II pr jr J ia 2rt lj r W stockclurnagoffer umisuailjr good v jThese are all hand soinent Iattfrnsrich iill 1n and finish andare reall letl of good vttthe prices quotel l i t 3 Jjti J O full sized Beds from 250 to 1750 i7 STEPHENS c SMITHI 1 I 1 l 4 i i CREDIT r CASH i i ZiI Z Q- I f I 1fI I jJ II j I l2ur i 1 j Xotjj iisI wp1tl v iriinn1 n an I aft tIp of Hiff andcaXavlor will buy 1 y S m Having H tltr iirpd the difieDuute itSm boJcldts and forgotten charts we flnrwo can s iro our 4d A friends and pavroiis moac yM m the PasiinysU1 i This iost it Ithe letter 1tx Ilv RICE rNVLOR l i I l Texas Rates svAre Lowered Round trip tickets to points in Texas Arkansas Louisiana Indian Territory and Oklahoma will be sold by the Cotton Belt on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at about half of the usual rates Three weeks return limit Stop odes allowed on going trip If Toll as where you tIt to Rte and qkwlU trtl ru iho IxIeofttof a tIe tt and wad row a eomplta chcduSe for Tour i rp 1 f you are 30x101l u ceearo a better latc tgkKatpwewiltatau- dead you our hamlsume Illustrated booklet UiMM in the JlbCIItIUlld Tliro pU Texas WllhaCnHKnl M ADAMI Tray Poss Agt J H JONES Ticket Agent Central Union Station Cairo III E W LaBEAUME GenJPnss d Ticket Agent St Louis Mo LOW RATES TO TEXAS J tJ I flri 1 I I iClzacttNo KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid il150000j Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Mosler Patent Screw Door Safe I1as never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W C JOHNSON Oashi C HOLUOMBE Vice President S A3IBERG Cashier I Valuable Farm for Sale I i The farm known as the Dr N J ij Davis place about ITS acres and be tween 150 and 180 acres cleared qII dwelling houses good well and cistern 5 miles from HICkman on State road I near N C St L Railroad and half I nitre from Dodds Switch j t i TERMS UK SALK eSlat Po3tHton given in time to sow wheat this fall This place will be offered for salt to the highest bidder at the Court House in Hicktuau on Monday Sept 1st 1902 at 2 p m I Persow desiring to see the place can I cull on the undersigned at his farm i near the property advertised j J J SEAM Admin N J DAVIS Decd I C03IMISSONKIlS SA III- ii I Fulton fircoit Court Kentucky W L Alexander Et al i Against V Equity Petition Expartce By virtue of a Judgment aud Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rend rd at the May Term thereof 1908 in the above cause for division and all cost on the premises in Fulton County Ky herein 1 shall proceed to otTer for f sale to the highest bidder at lublic- auctionon Saturday the 96th day or iin July arfVn at 2 o clue k po moor there I about upon a credit Six Twelve t- iEighteeni Mootha the following described property towit The N E Qr of Section 25 T 1 R 4 W containing 100 acres njore or less bounded UK follows on the Ncrth by the lands of W A Shuck on the South by the land of Mrs 1t T Alexander on the Ett fly th MOKCOW and Troy Road on tilt Wrt by the lands of Mrs K C Cartrr and EC Carter t For the purchase priw the purchaaer with npprovwl surety or securities i j must oxtcuto Bund faring llegal inIjI nrrtt fn iu tho iay of sale until paid I and iitxmi the for i and tlhet tlfa JlILrIn 1iiildTi will be prtjuuvtL h i cnntplyi iromitlv with tht a tirm yal LliJl liwl t+wiw+iyiuucr I Kima the Nomlooa Judge Ti J Noun won the Demo cratic nomination for Judge of the Court 08 Appeals at the Paducah con ttlt ion in g Mston Tuesday and Wed ij nesdav Hr won oa the G2nd ballot receiving JOG votes the exact umber I rt inirpd to nominate Judge Nunn I has been Circuit Judge of his District several terum ant occupied other pub 1 j lie places He resides at iladisonville Flip Ulatiouas a cltiz h lawyer and I Judjfe is of the highest order andojj presume ttnomioatiou will be Ju epIUiUi to all demecrate Of coarse suipjrter of Jndw RobWqa White It and Cook preferred their man but not doubt all will full in line and support J1drt Nuuu I entrants lo Let i j Jlitis will be received by under i I signed committee lo ltaint the roof oa Mirkuian College same to be done wih ozidni of iron and best IxMlwil liil se it hit to be tat on with hand uruH- Wttrl to begin on or about the lit of August 19U8 U MIaisit T T 8WACEII J R f15nurv I VniiuiUee reserves the right to re jectt all Lid Contracts Lei I BIC1sUI be received by the undti urged wMiiiBiUev to paint tho entire w odorkuff the HickwHii College I wo wats work to begin not later timnI August r 1WI8 Oominirtpe reserve I the riirit to refer all bids III J R BROWN i I c 1 iI I lI AmouR the visitors at Combs Springs j Ii Ithi week are Mr Will Thoinigon andI j wiV Mr AIM Thump on Ed Thompson I aIIII wif1ini Thotutwou ai d wife Dick Ti nrsQti and wife Lewis How el null j 4 tf Miss May ThvuiixHi of the Fill Ton el hb rluxxl j i I the n feems tn Ihe an epidemicI i of robhcrics ovir on the call osse sid of 1Fulton and no arrests I are Wuig made Thcfet deprcdait t lions have Men ronfuied mostly lot rut ircisrlil etrs un the sidings but Monday night not only three cute xvtn 1101UpIll hut the saloon of Johnson tC Lowry on State lAne street was relieved of SHO in money and FOIIIC goods I 1 C MANGOLD DEADII Mr Chris fiber Mangold and 1and most worthy Gonuau citizen died at the family home this county Thursday and will be bnned at the City ceut + utiid a to day 3 p mlJy th Knights of Honor Ho was an excel lent alwny s gFnusl kind cheerful and warm hearted man Kyerybody liked him Peace to his memory OUTi t Circus oyerIforI11ivoters for each countrywhereside show where separate admis sion are charged must pay half as much Under the old law trainedani of5IcntIThe U P Sunday school enjoyed a picnic on Mod Creek and all report a glorious day Dallnslexas PaulIngram alsotheofUnionweek at Combs Springs Miss Light and Irene Farris aud Miss NewMadridcamping party on Little River visitingrelatiyesin V LOW JUlES TO ST LOUIS Saturday and Sunday Go to tno city and enjoy yourself at the beautiful Summer Gardens Take LoopSeenccommodaI moroinJIFIXE FAU3I VOlt SALE The Abe Underwood farm J5 miles from lliduunu adjuiuinjj tqmb SiirfugS tontamingliJO acres Co acres 2gooeloorl1Snever failing springs the whole place in good condition TeriiiB jrd cash aud balance in one two and three years Apply to Mifc A V UNDEHWOOD TIME OF TRAINSA- 1UNION OITY Worth Uouiut No2 Leaves daily 11a in No 4 Leaves M llsiJu In No 12 Leaves weekday mired lilO a m BonnelI daily j 4 01 p in s 55 h17a in Ob wk tiny mxd 800 a in- C S CLARKE Crustal1 JUM rr STLOllS C M uHEPARp JNO M BEALL im 11r Apnt AMtUrDtfanrAj nt- JtuniLK ST UICIS LITHOGRAPH WORK 4 at- I hilt 10 Letter Heads iLitho1 Note treads r Litho Bill Heads Litho Envelopes fat as low prices as can 16 done anywhero at r Courier Office The Hess Worm UIIcinc II P Kump Druggist Leighton Alit writes One of nay customers had a child which was sick snit throw 1up all food up could retain nothing on stomac Ho bought one bottle of Whites Cream Cream vermafuge and it brouffht up 115 worms from the child Its the coss worm medicine in the world Whites Cream Vormafugo is also tho childstouic It Inipropves ofeI food strengthens their nervous system and restores them1 to the health vigor and elasticity of natural to childhood 25c ati P t W S Ellison s 1 r 1 saR= i 4 1- Ir j h c Wt ah w 1 I p + HOMESHOAffeS V HOAffeSHOflES i jl1 fr- a 0 14 Il installljr mentplan I V Utilize 3TQtU rents in Tyingfov your home Buy you a farm oil the same PI0Jljjt f The 2oth Semiannual series i V than Building and Loan Association is 0t i oupned for the issuance of now shares of stnowJJ I This Association has been in successful j iron for 1 3 yeurs and there are hundreds of 1 iv t home citizens who have tested Avho have C secured homes through it and we ask you to 1 ffsee thom and be advised Under this i pltHIjjyour loan is paid by monthly installments in about 6 years rte 1profits enrnod nif divided I t betAveen the shares 11IpI m i Februaryf 1 1 vAK j For further informatron call on the Sec t if j exlailligIeta1J 1t j details atthe v GOURTER OFPFCE j St 1 L r I exas RatesAFC Lowered Round trip tickets to points in Texas Arkansas Louisiana Indian Territory and Oklahoma will be sold by the Cotton Belt on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at about half of the usual rates Three weeks return limit Stop overs allowed on going trip Ten us where you watt to go and we 1rll1 te1l you tbe uact tripiftheSouthwestM ADAMI Tray Pass Agt J H JONES Ticket Agent Central Union Station Cairo 111 E W LaBEAUME Gen Pass 6 Ticket Agent St Louis Mo f TOTEXAS j NEW MEDICAL JOURNAL NEED- REPRESENTATIVE t ti JN THIS LOCALITY Doctor 154 East 72 New York N Y Yes ho said I got most of m travelingDid Have you ever been out of this country Chicago RecordHerald ViggThe resturants in Rome are simply awful I got a boiled egg in onot that was almost ready to be hatched WaggOne of the Lays of Ancie Rome I uppose Philadelphia Re cord v GabrielWhats the matter with Adam I never yaw him look so glu St PeterHos beginning to dou that he ever existed since the theplogii tins have taken to declaring him n- jmythToledo Beec I think it was a shame for the4 Indians to bury their hatchets r Why r Just think how lovely they would bo for decorative purposes Detroit Free PressWho is that scientific pent in roomt 15 asked the scrnblady 1 n gtlewau to WlieheI he said Bcillusr just that way t Chicago Tribune Polly Pinktights The prima donna must be loosing her voice yoisu Polly Pinktights Shes brginniug to prettrF f2w Watch for th- eRedc Letter Sale VV t August 1st j yt 0 r fl t Tz I I j i I j j j j j I i r EGG CURIOSITY J W Hunter brought to this office Wednesday a V DrcIt was a soft shell hen egg on one end of which ly baS t duckif slidI 1yes Spy1 J curiosity for some n1l1Se Jessamine Journal Watch for the SalenAugust SUiCJIEbt I A clog belonging to Ira Bruner I deliberatelyngoTheup stable by a rope when it scrat the planks away where itRsuspend below The Rreatnrez lifecof nn otnnrn of the tra ml Kt rcfusedJarionJ Need More Help Ofte the overtaxed organs of diges DysPlIliaspains I SnchtroubleA DrKbthroughtlCowgillATTENTION FARMERS Sava madetper c c A CRY FROM MASCEDONIA 1 Come over and help us We waut uslIfriend J Us build n househomefew of us and we are por but I a we muhave n chUllhand aaccomplinything kworthyou may loudmany as you will iu stamps p Q order checks or anyway We trove the PllrwonlJborers rare teas MN Jubbracy CoreaJ Sec Mrs PlentTho Womnns Anxilliery of Holyl Trinity church of Newborn letn J902MrsMoliuj T Shttnate and others nretb MtS h at the approitchivg jtwit 0 IPorLer GRilur Thry are trying th I chunh bonne and waul tlifij published iback at homeColic a Womans ItcwithjSure up vonkt hove inenut I l Low Cragg of Darckas ywtrs she had aukstad from n severe Inng trou bee Rod obstinate cough Oftelltt slio writes 1 foldscarcely asuntotitnesdoo ruedlungsl ilea Dr and wns completely cured Snllorfrntn fmi h otilt LTroublen Jg r itnever disappoints Cure is ovenby311 00 Trial bottles freegetr wONLY REMEDY iTHE1 is one remedy to lli 1people from thl lf3to danger of maddo r told that is powder anti lead We have to many l1tigN n ny 11 I andIthe sooner tthe town of the pest the better it 1rid rtelitntonIrihunetake WHOM FMAYC All persons having friends or con neatious buries fiyardbanal grounds Friday luglet lWatch for th- eRed Letter Sale August Ut INIEUCIISIGE1111J lICKIISI1 Chattanooga A St Louis Kailway inSuuthtvlst trig E 090 miltS Kate itUtl Limit one year If you expect to do any traveling with ic onvuioiTheySepotherI t aIthcyrtlirr thmohl 1Nt r c W L DANLRY Genera Passenger Apnt 1 NMil mUn t EDiT IJAIL h wjThe newspapers of Xortli Dako UPWthevcr t rrh fujlingtoagainst him by a preachcr off his village Editor rFarris had s steel in Ins pper that PaQor Steelefa a lobster The public genet aertstometlto smug from so t North Dakota editors did 1111k 110w what that meant Anyhouthe jury decided that it was albad jhadj ingiliriugfwFurrisand they are ft Jdll9if this 18 a ticIJ ickens so ably 1pictured and J ruled i 1IJtellinilosI luljolniug e I rings containing ItlO acres 05 2lllllgctoQlent bane sGveringoohOHLtwoVuti A V UXDRKWD toJ 1stCAMPgIGN i r GtfMEETINGV Fulton Ky July 21 The1 second grand meeting of the JurnIIpcrancc people was held last wandekedthj amsey of tthe Methodistt chu ev E M Waits of the Christian nv w TllrtilCthe of gMessersi r 0 f tthe J Presbyterian churches were alll in lilwithhicfspcnkernow Ioddsate II 1 I I coming a dry town Seplemhe i both silts will bitterly e6 1sttmatterS- ri I F ST toWatchRed letter Sale a degas tlst f 3+ TKLl KYBIIY HODY and the ueiKh K n that a Photographer from the Studio Fulton Ity will be locoud at Mrs J ll Rdere iKMtrdiug Hicku uKybegining Alondav 01it5the bet See our sample and get our Willncall at your residence or tint where and make your work for TOU Rem in br we will be hee but a short time only So come curly We refer any ono wisliioff to know anything about ulrest I ton Ky HH tuonr reliability I The Same Old Story l A Cellrrhttrs an uperien fsimilar to that which has happened t Unitjd iy thousanrts of others He says last summer 1 hail am attact ul dys4ntery runhasMl a bottleI ut lJhatnlK+ rlain 8 Iteuledyhwhic i entirely satisfactory results 7h quickflrUanoremidie Mr Kely is a gall known byCowgilI IMPOSSIBLE of neKrocrspracticalitif it were decided ou It would take bigAtlantictake the U000000 negroes urn fvt and nill the ocean vesselsI that fly the Amer tarn flag could nut even if they had nothing else to do transport the uat Ural incrwwc of trig negroes from yt ar year ANTIOCH CEM aNfiy 1We tliesociety of Antioch oernrteiy SunJuvinwent toklloWfennIn out or not Please roger us or forever hold your peace NJII ULOAR Finance Join Watch for tllPISaled1August 1st Valuable Farm for Sale JDavit2dwClIing3 mUM from Hickmuit on State roud tlUlar N C t St L Railroad said half mite from Uodds Switch TKKMt Of sate CASH whtatig lei theleyL o on Monday t 1st 1802 at 2 p m Penons dtairiug to ewe the place can mlloo the niHteflrigntNi at hn farm near till pr tp Ttv aclvt rtisol SHAYI1111lltyll for th- oRed Letter Sale August rat tOnutrynndi r your own homo See Htckmnii 1J A L plan usWM MCKEAN HUBBARD X11lil1an thmanyi zeus of Oolumburf Ky died Friday the 18th inst lie had reached n ripe i badlJUuhcru KVU tlunian and during his long life his record was always on the side of mor uhfV temperance and religion 1IIKA1P It1fESU1l1tS 3as1yItch of ll seridLouisnna Uklahonm and Indian Tom lory nt one fare 1plus 200 for tho ruuu trip Tickets wilt bo limited to three ov w staren partlculars I SouthwestacresGaolersitewr I t 807 Main Street Memphis Team ttRe CHOKED 1T1e11 CIIOKBD TO- DRATU I BY A IAUG13 laa l ILL I Prom Miser just over trio Graves I I thCIT oxnorionce ofIt child with a big snake The facts are tarnished by the cur respondent of the News Democrat and correct in ovary John Bishop is a tr lives in the cletulII S little daughter 1 occuruuceA nrehj uoishicho r I sleep as she lay in a crib in tho ehmo Hurriedly arising ho struck a and investigated The father av I horrified to find a huge snake toile tghtly about the childs body aud oat with its head raised just ore little ones facer rrlllShopunwinding its folds by main foreo d t to tho floor Tho child was Stranglerr1 After rseeing to tho safety of tho ay Mr Bishop made a search fcr tle but in the darkuuss was unable had it Next morning however it s discovered coiled up Under a pil killeaocrat j 11 FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK QlfpbQ Sre3e1a iol QnrKy u Absolute BasisGUThat we ouVr to ltlducelnents M Upon this GU1antecloe solicit your patronage CashiernII I3liI1itt P1 8idpllt DIRECTORS 4 JJ 1 C HOXDUJMXT II I CIIFHIItt l 1lIIIELhB11eHICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ITAITiiti11i1Ill1o i TOM DILLON Sr7 Propp sccvr to n CV It1cd Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ IR 33 I IN G 8TONI5 WORK of nil Kinds IIIRO N P1SN C I NT H c c ECiclsman 3Sy I IWrPs WEBSTER tta FINE wHISKIES w- I WINES BBimBS ANDt GINS A SPECIALTY OP TUi TRADE 1 GIVK YOU THE J5KST VALUE FOR THE MONEY j j ferules UNION CIT- YTENNESSEEIi atswaerr I 7 T4r r Why DontV 1I You Open Your Eyes s i Anti look about you Dont yoU see that I nan gel ling all kinds of Familyd Groceries9 I at such roduocdl prices that it does prove that you Illlala luontto but CASH not1lowany11111nIrIn I havnt sold them more fort dollar than credit houses CUll afford to sell do youroothersThisfavoriteshutfort1Jtyour TestPJiCl I r 0 nalso I am agent for tilt I IRIS PAINTS a t asNot the cheapest in price hut the best andnlOat dur Sintlnollser1 Hardware Company St Louis 5fo 0 CIETHRELKELD JklltctZlrzal1elZztCtI j hF ii 1i k kT WILL RAISE MONEY Working Miners to Be Assessed TO Support Strikers The Miners Hope to Raise 250000 a Week From the Public Contribu tions as That Much Will Be Needed Indianapolis Ind July HThe con vention of United Mine Workers ad journed after declaring against a gen eral strike providing for the raising of a fund with which to aid the strik ing anthracite miners and issuing an appeal to the American people for sup portThe convention passed resolutions appealing to district and local unions to donate from the surplus In their treasuries directing an immediate donation of 50000 frog the funds of the national treasury levying an assessment of 10 per cit on all members of local unions In districts Nos G S 12 19 23 and 25 and an assessment of 51 per week on all members of local unions in districts Nos 2 5 11 l3 14 15 16 20 and 21 An assessment of 25 per cent is levied upon the wages salaries or percentage received from the organization of all national dis trict and subdistrict officers and or ganizers Assessments to begin July 16 1902 Tho care of the national organization will be to see to the collection of the defense fund with which to carry on the strike Secretary Wilson who is the financial head of the union will be In charge of this work and will lose no time In providing to handle the sums It is believed that all the volun tary contributions from the various districts subdistricts and local organ izations will be turned into his hands within the next ten days These con tributions are estimated at about 400000A of the contribution money was already been turned In The Ohio men before leaving turned over to Secretary Wilson a check for their 10000 The 50000 from Illinois was expected to arrive Monday Indiana and Iowa are expected to make their contributions at once and the other districts will do the same A systematic method will be adopted for canvassing for outside subscrip tions in the large cities The miners hope to raise 250000 a week from the public contributions as that much will be needed to bring the sum up to 500000In of the largest cities of the country such as Chicago New York Philadelphia and others headquarters will be established from which the work will be conducted and commit tees will be appointed to make the canvassPresident Mitchell has made the following estimate of the number of strikers and dependents in each district and weekly revenues to be derived from each district under the decision of the convention Cost of maintaining strike District No1 Pennsylvania anthracite miners on strike estimated 79500 Number of dependents estimated 397000 District No7 Pennsylvania anthracite miners on strike esti mated 18000 number of dependents estimated 90000 District No9 Pennsylvania anthracite miners on strike estimated 52500 number of dependents estimated 262500 Total strikers in anthracite field esti mated 150000 Total number dependents in anthracite field estimat ed 750000 Estimated weekly ex pense In anthracite field 500000 District No 17 West Virginia bi tuminous number of strikers esti mated 25000 number of dependents estimated 75000 Revenue for defraying strike ex penses Estimated contributions from districts 100000 Estimated contributions from subdistricts 100 000 Estimated contributions from locals 200000 Total 400000 Cocke and Lauderdale Must Hang Jackson Miss July 21It was learned here that Associate Justice Howard D White of the United States supremo court who is at Narragansett Pier R 1 has declined to grant a writ of error prayed for by the attorneys- of Ashley Cooke and Thos Lauderdale sentenced to hang at Greenville July 22 for the murder of Engineer Rea Death Lrct Increased Johnstown Pa July 21John Re vtallick one of the fire bosses who was rescued alive from the Cambria Roll Ing Mill mine after the explosion of July 10 died Sunday He was 53 years old and is survived by a wife and daughter The death list Is now 112 N The Emperors Purchase Berlin July 22 Special telegrams received here from Kiel confirm the re port that Emperor William has bought r Francis R RIggs 30foot yacht Uncle Sam winner of the kaisers gold cup 1 Ills majesty intends to sail her in the 1903 regattas without competing for prizes Captured An Armadillo Metropolis Ill July 21An armadillo the first specimen of its species ever discovered In this part of the country was captured here at the ferry wharf by a steamboat rouster Where it came from is a mystery as it was swimming In the river when found The Steamer Windward North Sydney B c July 21Thc Peary Arctic steamer Windward from New York July 14 arrived Sunday She will coal and proceed north Mon day being joined hero by Mrs Peary and her daughter i r w krv- it A FIERCE TORNADO Eleven Persons Lost Their Lives In- BaltimoreMuch Damage oBaltimore July 214 fierce tornado characterized by a windstorm of extraordinary velocity thunder vivid lightning and heavy rain suddenly burst upon Baltimore at 130 p m Sunday coming from the southwest with the net result that 11 persons lost their lives hundreds of houses were unroofed trees In the public parks and streets were torn up by the roots many buildings damaged and several people injured The storm ex hausted its fury in less than 15 min utes The damage done in the busi ness part of the city was comparatively slight being confined to the blowing down of signs and injuries to roofs It was in the residence portions of the city along the river fr nt and in the barber where the wild spent its vio lenceOf those who perished nine were drowned in the harbor from open boats one was killed by a falling tree and one by a live wire Three of the victims were out in a rowboat on the river with three other companions When the storm broke the boat was capsized three being drowned and three bring rescued by a tugboat The boy killed by a live wire had In company with two other boys gone into a shed for protection when the shed blew down and a live wire fell on one of them resutting in his deathThe drowning of Mrs Schuler and her children was the most pathetic In cident of the hurricane Michael Schuler with his wife and three chil dren acompanied by his brotherin law Joseph Cook and his wife had gone out in the harbor for a sail in a 30foot boat When the storm came Schuler and Cook took in sails Schuler sent his wife and children into tho little cabin and he stood at the tiller to keep the vessels head to ward the wind A sudden gust of wind threw the boom of the vessel around knocked Schuler down and pinned him to the deck Another gust capsized tho boat releasing Schujgr who with Cooper and his wife were thrown into tho water leaving Mrs Schuler and her children penned in the cabin Cooper saved himself and his wife by hanging to the bottom of the overturned boat and Schuler saved himself in the same way after mak ing frantic efforts to get at his Im prisoned wife and children A crew from the schooner Edward H Hunt rescued Schuler and Cooper and wifo and towed tho capsized vessel to the wharf where it was righted and tho dead bodies of Mrs Schuler and her three children were taken from the cabinA colored camp meeting was in progress in Paradise grove noar Pow hattan on the Liberty road The con gregation bad just been dismissed when the storm broke A huge tree fell upon the tent in which the sore ices bad been held Several of the worshipers were caught beneath It as it fell The tree had to be sawed into pieces before the imprisoned men and women could be released William Cornish was crushed to death by the falling tree The others were not seriously hurt A hole several feet in diameter was blown in the wall of St Mary Star of the Sea Catholic church in South Baltimore A portion of the stone cornice weighing more than a ton All to tho street Fortunately no one was Injured by the falling stone and brick The damage to the church is esti mated at 7000 At the foot of Concord street the Merchants and Miners Transporta tion Cos warehouse was unroofed with small damage to building but the rain poured in on the valuable cargo stored therein doing a damage which is estimated from 100000 to 300000 TRIPLE CLOUDBURST Four Persons Are Dead and Two Seri ously Injured Binghampton N Y July 21The heavy rains prevailing in this section for the past few days reached a climax Saturday night when three separate cloudbursts occurred within the limits of Broome county and several in sur rounding territory to the northward breaking mill dams washing out rail road tracks and highway bridges and doing mtich other damage besides de laying trainS Four persons are dead and two are seriously Injured The loss to property will reach 200000 A CLOUDBURST Three Persons Drowned and Much Damage Wrought at Coventry Binghampton N Y July 21A cloudburst at Coventry this county sent Lump creek over its banks wrecking several mills and buildings at Afton The family of James Cook consisting of three persons were drowned and their bodies not found until Sunday Three separate cloud bursts were reported in the count and much minor damage has been done t Eleven Stores Burred Macon Ga July lFire Sunday at Colquitt Ga destroyed 11 stores along the public square Anrong the buildings burned were the post office and the esonic temple Tie more important stores were general mer and the Masonic temple Loss 25000 To Curtail Production Merlin July 21 The West German cotton rfplnncrs are agitating for a general curtailment of production They claim they lose eight pfennigs to every pound of yarn sold the dally losses amounting to 50000 4- y I TAFT LEAVES ROME He and Party Received in Farewell Audience by the Pope Audience Lasted 40 Minutes and the Conversation Was Carried On In French Bishop OGorman and Maj Porter Translating Rome July 22The pope received Gov Taft and the members of his party in farewell audience at noon Monday The Americans drove In two carriages from their hotel to tho Vatican Judge Taft and Judge Smith wore evening dress as prescribed by etiquette Maj Porter was in full uni form and Bishop OGorman wore ecclesiastical robes The Americans were ushered Into the private library as soon as tho door was opened the pope went halfway to meet them and greeted Gov Taft with the greatest cordiality The pontiff commenced the interview by saying he was more satisfied and happy at the result obtained and was confident that the negotiations would be tho starting point of a complete and satisfactory solution of the question under discussion Ho added that the apostolic delegate soon to be appointed would be instructed most strictly and precisely regarding carrying out the Ideas determined upon between the United States and tho Vatican saying 1 will see that orders be given him as to his work over which I will watch him personally During the conversation the pope expressed the highest esteem for American methods of treating church matters In fact he had more than once pointed toward the united States as setting an example worth copying Gov Taft thanked the pope for the promptness and courtesy shown him during his visit and promised coop eration with the apostolic delegate in executing the business on the lines agreed upon at Rome He expressed regret at the fact that the negotla tions had been made the occasion of the circulation of false and even cal uminous rumors in vario papers and by some telegraphic agencies which had given rise to unfavorable comments upon tho Vatican The pope also protested against such reports but he prophetically declared that by this time he was accustomed to that kind of misrepresentation The pontiff then rose with unusual nativity walked with the Americans to the opposite side of the room and showed thtm the mosaic which hoi is sending to President Roosevelt in return for the presidents present of a box containing his Mr Roosevelts literary work Tho mosaic is a copy of Corrldls well known picture of Pope Leo sitting on the terrace of the Vatican gardens surveying Rome It was made in the Vatican workshops The pope then gave Bishop OGor man an autograph letter to President RooseveltMembers of Gov Tafts party asked the pope to bless several boxes of rosaries and other religious memen toes which his holiness did most willingly adding that his benediction was extended to all their relations and friends After an audience of 40 minutes in which the conversation was carried on entirely in French Bishop OGor man and Maj Porter translating the pope saw the Americans to the door of the library Gov Taft and his companions then called on the papal secretary of state Cardinal Rampolla with whom they exchanged somewhat similar courte siesLater Gov Taft accompanied by Judgo Smith and Capt Strother left Rome for Naples Bishop OGorman will sail for the United States next week He will take with him a letter from Cardinal Ram polla to Secreatry of State Hay MANITOBAS BIG CROP From 20000 to 25000 Harvesters Will Be Required to Gather It Winnipeg Man July 22lt is esti mated that from 20000 to 25000 har nesters will be required in this part of the west The Canadian Pacific railroad is arranging with the Allan and Beaver steamship lines to bring laborers from England at exceptional ly cheap rates General Manager Mc Nicholl is here and hopes to avoid a grain blockade this year The road he says has purchased 100 new engines and will have 10000 cars avail able American Horses In Demand Washington July 22ln the French military service and on French farms American horses are much in demand according to a report from Commercial Agent Griffin at Limoges dated June 23 Mr Griffin says that care should be taken to send only sound horses to France as on arrival they are carefully examined by veterinarians who exclude all defective animals Womens Suffrage Association Asbury Park N J July 22The National and State Womens Suffrage association opened a twodays rally at the Ocean Grove temple Monday night Bishop Fitzgerald welcomed the ladles and an audience of 1500 persons Mr Reid Visits Carnegie London July 22 Whitelaw Reid who was appointed United States special enyoy to the coronation of King Edward and Mrs Reid are visiting Mr and Mrs Andrew Carnegio at Skibo castle r J THE SITUATION WORSE AntiFirminists Are Marching on Cape Haytian the Capital Cape Haytian Hayti July 22Thedepartment of Artlbonto has proclaimed M Firmin the former minister of Hayti at Paris president and the in habitants of the Arrondissement of St Michaeland the commune of Marmel ade have joined with those of Arti bonite with the view of marching on Cape Haytlan and Gon Jean Juneau who Is supporting l1 Flrmln has re cowed at Gonaives by the steamer Va lencia from New York 200 tons of coal and war munitions for the cruiser Crete a Pierrot The situation here is alarming The general opinion Is that Gen Jean Ju neau Intends marching on Port An Prince and that he will send the Crete a troopsPgrt 22Thesituation In Hayti has become worse Gen Jean Juneau who supports the candidacy for the presidency of M Firmin Is x n his way to the capital and Gen Salnave with a considerable force has started for Cape Haytian in order to attack Gen Nord the war governmenthereFirminist and three antiFirmimst authorityThoIs generally believed that M Firmin will not meet with any serious resist ance in his advance on the capital AT AGUA DULCE It Is Believed That a Big Battle Is Be ing Fought There Panama Colombia July 22Thegovernment fleet sailed Sunday night with reinforcements and ammunition and provisions for Gon Bertis army at Agua Dulce Gen Salazar governor of Panama Instructed the commander of the fleet to deliver certain letters to Gen Berti and by all means should the revolu tionary gunboat Padilla be met to en gage her in a decisive battle Coy Sal azar believes that a big battle is being fought at Agua Dulce and that if the government troqps are victorious in the engagement thj revolution on the Isthmus will be ended IRISH LAND OWNERS They Have Formed a Combination With 100000 Capital Dublin July 22Irish land owners have formed a combination with a cap ital of 100000 to protect themselves TheIprospectuscotnlaint that tho government has jS dUjO sword the laud owners ade iquatf assistance and says that there fore united effort on their part is necessary Among the leading members of the combination are Arthur Hugh Smith Barry and Lord Clonbrock THE NIAGARA SUICIDE After More Than a Year the Remains Have Been Identified Niagara Falls Ont July220n June 23 1901 the body of a young woman was foul in a room at the Parkside Inn on the Canadian side of the river A bottle which had con tained morphine was found on the bureau The remains which were carefully embalmed remained uni dentified until Monday when they were recognized by relatives as those of Lucille Charter a nurse of Greenville O The body was buried at Drum mondville Monday GARMENT WORKERS STRIKE About 40000 Are Now Out in New York City New York July 22The 25000 garment workers who struck Sunday for higher wages and shorter hours were joined Monday by about 15000 others who asked that 56 hours be considered a weeks work As this is the dull season In the trade it is expected that It will be some days before the various Interests get together About nine dif ferent unions are engaged in the strike Russell Sages Narrow Escape New York July 22 Russell Sage had a narrow escape from serious inv jury Monday afternoon While attempting to board a Broadway car his foot slipped as the car moved ahead and Mr Sage fell He was dragged a distance of 15 feet before the car was stopped Mr Sages secretary helped the financier to his feet He was unhurt though badlyI shaken up McLaurin Declines the Appointment Oyster Bay N Y July 22Presi dent Roosevelt is in receipt of a let ter from Senator John L McLaurin of South Carolina declining the proffered appointment to the vacancy on the bench of the United States court of claims The president it can be said much regrets Senator McLaurins de cisionCocoa CompanyTrenton Cocoa and Sugar Co capital 2000 000 was incorporated here Monday to grow and manufacture sugar cane and cocoas The incorporators are Horace S Gould John I Billings and Louis B Dailey all of Jersey City Gen Wm H L Barnes Dead San Francisco July 22Gen Wm H L Barnes one of the leading law yers and one of the most eloquent ora tors of the Pacific coast is dead of j hemorrhage of the lungs He was 6G rears of age yrrt yrrr t ij I i Cr rff C1 K bititir tr ttftYPtifErS faM iiSTATE NEWS HAPPENINGS Q JJ iI = = CREATED A SENSATION Pistols Stolen In Lexington Found in a Padueah Pawnshop Paducah Ky July I8A sensation was created Thursday when Police Capt Henry Bailey arrested David Levy a prominent merchant and pawnbroker on the charge of aiding and abetting the robbery of Vanderens wholesale hardware store In Lexing ton Ky on April 25 last Some of the pistols taken from the Lexington store were found in Levys place and he said they were a pur chase from a traveling salesman at the Palmer house Local policemen ac companied him to the hotel to let Levy locate the room in which they were brought but he could not Three men are under arrest at Henderson Ky charged with the burglary and a letter from one of them to Levy pleads for money or tho goods they sold him The letter was intercepted by the jail er and the finding of the goods ini Its shop followed Levy is out on bond pending the trial of habeas cor pus proceedings next Tuesday SHOT BY AN UNKNOWN PARTY One of Two Brother Killed in a Buggy Near Burgoo Ky Hopkinsville Ky July 21While Frank and John White prominent j young planters were driving home from Burgoo the former was shot and drinkIingfrom ambush and he made an effort to kill John Knight a boy whom ho accused of the crime Knight established an alibi The verdict at thetln quest was that Frank was shot by a party unknown The dead mans coat was burned by the powder and the ball onteQsd the left side ranging up wardthrough the heart It is generally believed that John White acci dentally killed his brother IN A CRITICAL CONDITION An ElghtYearOld Girl Impaled By a Rabid Cow Petersburg Ky July 18Miss seen Hoffman 8yearold daughter of Chas Hoffman was hooked oy a cow Thurs day One horn went through her right cheek another entered her side She is In a critical condition It is sup posed that the cow was bit by a mad dog that passed through here about eight days ago The dog bit several hogs belonging to Clay Hansley and was finally killed by City Marshal Hansley and his deputy Earl Buchanan LUCILLE BLACKBURN LANE Daughter of Senator Blackburn of Kentucky Dies in Washington Washington July 19Mrs Lucille Blackburn Lane daughter of Senator Blackburn of Kentucky and widow oi the late Thomas F Lane of this city died Friday at her residence here of brain fever and nervous prostration She had been unconscious for more than a vfeek Her father and two sisters Mrs Hall and Miss Blackburn were with her BIG FIRE AT CADIZ KY Property to the Amount of 60000 De stroyedIInsurance 25000 Hopkinsville Ky July 21A con flagration of unknown origin destroyed the principal business block in Cadiz Trigg county Rawles saloon in which the fire started the Cadiz hotel Cumberland Telephone exchange J J Cartons dry goods store H M Car tons Sons hardware store and CJ Chappells grocery were consumed Loss 00000 insurance 25000 Married at Daybreak Harrodsburg Ky July 19Joseph Orkies and Miss Margaret Christiana Simms of Washington county arrived at the Commercial hotel here at about daybreak A runner was dispatched to the residence of Rev W M Wood summoning him to the hotel parlors where he united them In marriage They belong to wellknown families Adjudged Insane Lexington Ky July 18R L Ly ons who was arrested at Winchester on the charge of embezzlement In fall Ing to account for certain property to an Installment house was adjudged Insane and committed to the Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum The case of embezzlement was filed away Married on the Roadside Sergeant Ky July 21John M Gibson a farmer aged 24 eloped from Beaver creek Floyd county with Miss Mallssa Gibson aged 18 his cousin and were married on the roadside here Killed By a Dug Ml Olivet Ky July 19About two weeks ago Stanfleld Youngmans of thIs county was bitten oa tho ear by a bug Blood poison developed Surg ical aid was summoned and twjMjper ations were performed The Stlent continued to grow worse and died He was 53 years old Fell One Hundred Feet Mlddlesbero Ky July 19Tom Hardin received fatal injuries by fall ing 100 frefrom an elevator at the Iron furnaces of the Virginia Coal Coke awl lion Co t J JTHE LELAND POOLROOM Closed Because of a Diminished Bank I Account Lexington Ky July ISThe Le ThursdaybecauseT Graves one of the operators of the room went to Cincinnati Thursday aft ernoon to try to have the interested parties In Covington John T Payne Co open up the purse strings somewhat It is claimed that Wednesday the room had an opportunity to make a lot of money on St Manor a horse which brought a large crowd with mono ey from Woodford county but being short could onlyI lay enough to stand a 700 loss In case the good thing won j St Manor lost and the Versftflles men dropped all the money they could place i here which was about 3000 Phil T j Chinn son of CoT Jack Chlnn is alto interested In the room which Is tho only one of the three rooms hero opera ated under the wire system RAILWAY EMPLOYES A Division With 1010 Charter Members Organized in Louisville Louisville Ky July 21A division of the United Order of Railway EO ployes was organized in this city Sunday with 1010 charter members The order which has a membership of 147 000 In the United States comprises tho engineers firemen conductors brakemen switchmen telegraph operators agents clerks carmen shopmon freight handlers bridgemen and track men and has its headquarters In San FranciscoThe branch was organized by F W Forsting and J P Mulligan of California vice presidents for this districts i LIKE OUTLAW TRACY Tom Tinker Defies Arrest Camping in Woods Heavily Armed Mayfield Ky July I9ToDl Tinker was seen again near here Friday with two big pistols buckled around him and carrying a Winchester rifle Tin ker is camping In the woods near this place and seems to be taking matters as coolly as Tracy does In Washington He succeeds in eluding the officers on every hand who are expecting a hot time when he Is overtakenI as he Is one of the most nervy crimi nals In Western Kentucky Died of LockrawRNewport Ky July 21 Mrs Lizzie Luck a widow 60 years of age living at Persimmons Grove some time ago cut a corn from the small toe of her right foot Blood poisoning set In The toe was amputated but the entire limb began to swell to such a size that the doctors found it necessary to ampu tate it above the knee Four hours later lockjaw set In and the unfortun ate woman died In agony Jersey Cows Good RecordII Taylorsvllle Ky July 19Mrs Ivy Lawrence of Briar Ridge reports an extraordinary yield of butter from on3 of her Jersey cows and says sho thinks she has the record beaten Sho states that in 55 consecutive days she weighed up for sale 65 pounds ofbut ter besides what her family of five used during this time The cow Is seven years old and well bred Two Fatalities at Livingston Livingston Ky July 21Lapsley Howell aged 18 while attempting to board a moving IoJ N train fell and the wheels cut him In twain Arthur Brown of Broadhead Ky a bridge carpenter working on Roundstone riv er bridge near here fell to the ground below receiving probably fatal In juries Body Found on a Railroad Track Covington Ky July 21The body of a man apparently about 25 years old was found on the C Qrailroad track near Banklick Station Kenton county Ky Sunday evening by train men on the C O Falmouth accom modation The man was about 5 feet 9 inches tall face beardless blue eyes and red hair Earn and Tobacco Earned Carrollton Ky July 19J B Rol llns barn burned where J W Wilson a tobacco rehandler had 182000 lbs e l contentseIj barn 9000 on tobacco Perry Oaks i barn burned being struck by light ning Fultons Hot Local Campaign Fulton Ky July 17There Is a hot local option campaign on here Rev J N Hall editor of the Baptist Flag has Issued a challenge fto the I liquor advocates and the fight from now until September 23 will be warm I and exciting j RunawayEBowling Green Ky July 19Dr W H Taylor of Rlchardsville this coun ty while driving to town sustained Injuries which arc thought to be fatal His horse became frightened at a train and raw away throwing the doiv tor out Into a fence- Cozstabiei Dies tt lcly Lexington Ky July 19 Anfcon MrFaSien aei 38nrs dell hro suddely of heart disease He was oi oonstajlr in the court of Malstrati i F S Grvrsad was on duty when Jit o I Ih i ke dCli k J v JI f 4i cf jj 1 i rJi J1Ifie T k Ora THE IDEAL DAIRY COW Charming Word Picture Painted by M A Scovell of Kentnekr Ex periment Station A cow possessing an attractive head coveredveins prominent eyes full and lively with horns characteristic of the breed a neck long and sinewy thin free from loose skin underneath thin at the junction of the head and tapering somewhat to form the shoulders wedge shaped shoul ders showing no surplus flesh but wide enough at the chest to show a good hcarW action a short strong straight bacX spine well defined ribs AN IDEAL DAIRY COW Showing Good Development In the Hind Quarters ivell sprung the body deep especially at the flank giving strength to hold a symmetrical udders broad across the nips and level from hip to rump thighs thin and wide apart to admit Gl carrying the udder tail smoothly set n and long a large capacious udder when filled with milk firmly attached lo the body showing well behind and arried well forward and deep through from side to side with teats symmetrically placed and wide apart and of rood size the udder smooth through out with the appearance that the milk fills every portion of it milk veins prominent and apparent filled to their capacity legs short showing syength and set well apart skin coysilkyhairi of the Kentucky experiment station i and such a cow shows health and withFal is beautiful and when she walks around without any apparent effort with heal a little up and notices things without being wild or timid and with graceful movements then she becomes attractive and is hard to beat in the show ring FOR DAIRY BUILDINGS 1 Formula for n aRb That Can IJe Ap t plied to Lime AVnlln and lle comes Waterproof In a German periodical appears a formula for a wash which can be ap plied to lime walls and afterward be come waterproof so as to bear washing Resenchek of Munich mixes to gether the powder from three parts partsbrokentwo parts of burned porcelain clay with two parts freshly slaked lime still warm In this way a wash is made which forms a silicate if often wetted and becomes after a time al most like stone The four constituents mixed together give the ground color to which any pigment that can be used with lime is added It is applied quite thickly to the wall or other surface and left to dry one day and the next day la frequently covered with water which makes it waterproof This washcan be cleansed with water without losing any of itcolor on the contrary each time it gets harder so that it can even be brushed while its porosi ty makes it look soft The wash or calcimine can be used for ordinary purposes as well as for the finest painting A socalled fresco surface can be prepared with it in the dry way For a useful lime wash for wood and stone the following is a good preparation Twenty quarts quicklime are slaked in a suitable vessel with as much hot water as will stand at a level of six inches above the lime The milk of lime is diluted and first 15 grains of sul phate of zinc and then seven grains of common salt are added The lat ter causes the lime wash to harden without cracking A beautiful cream color can be imparted to the mass by putting into it seven grains of yellow ochre or n pearly tint by the addition of some lampblack A fawn color is produced by two grains of umber and seven grains of lamp black A stone color can be obtained from 30 grains of umber and seven II grain of lampblack The color is applied as usual with a brush Cleanliness la the Dairy I Every man woman and child wIlD has anything to do with the work of butter tanking from cow to package j should bQ cleanly and neat Unclean iliness is the rock upon which thousands go down It is possible to do sonic things in a slovenly manner and yet succeed fairly well This is no i true iii butter making Every pall j can churn ladle package cloth and t tcorker must be scrupulously free I frnm anything which will impart a i t t Thetesj1 rli iiT I J A FOREST RESERVATIONS Their Establishment r Consrrt paid Be Advocated by Kverr- Vatrlutlo American Ray Btnnnard Baker writing in the Century on irrigation speaks thus of the progress in western sentiment in the matter of forestpreservation and of the need of making more reserves Another scheme of the westerner for conserving the watersupply has borne rich fruit in the last few years It is a wellknown fact that there is no bet ter conservator of water than a forest with thick undergrowing vegetation The ground is protected and the vet tation holds back and regulates the water which falls in rain Nearly all of the high plateaus and mountain ranges of the west where the rainTall and snowfall are greatest and where all the great rivers have their source are covered more or less densely with vegetation often with manificen I for ests hundreds even thousands of years old If it were not for these forests all the water that fell would run swiftly into the valleys the streams would rise to floods and in a few days time the channels would be dry again This is actually what now happens in many valleys of the westgreat tor rents for two or three weeks in the year absolute drought all the remain der of the time It is therefore of vital importance that these forests be preserved rho westerner led by wise scientists has taken up the matter and ItInecessities of the case and forest reserves and national parks have been created which will not only go down to future generations as the most notable places of natural beauty on the continent but they will preserve life and bring happiness to the valleys below Hut the works yet only half done More forests must be reserved and more care be given to protecting them from lawless miners and lum bermen By the judicious cuttingof the older trees and the removal of windfalls and waste whieh might give food for fires they can be made a sOUl e of lumber for a thousand years to came and that without injuring their usefulness as watcrflonserva torn But if private greed is allowed to dictate these splendid forest areas will be left the most desolate of deserts like those of northern Wiscon sin and Michigan dserts which are fay worse than the cactus plains of Now Mexico and Arizona THE POTATO FIELD How to Cut the Tnlicm for Seed Explained by nit Expert few York Grower Where late planting is practiced itix usual for potato vines to be killed by the frost in the fall This usually happens before the tubers have matured If the foliage is destroyed before it ha performed its ofliee the tubers pro duced are not of the best quality This is true whether the vines are destroyed by the bugs blight or frost We have received many inquiries re cently as to the size of the seed pieces POTATOES COT FOR SEED which should be planted We can best answer these questions by some outline drawings showing how we would cut potatoes In the first case the potato is cut in two pieces in the second and respectivelyButuse about ten bushels of seed per acre Much of the success of the crop depends on starting right With a good strong growth at the start the battle is half won The other half of the battle may be won by proper spraying and tillage says L A Clinton in Country Gentleman Foods That Tnlnt the Milk The presence of wild garlic or wild onions in pastures the use of tur nips and other feeds containing oil must be avoided where cows are giv ing a large amount of milk Feeds which have a bad odor such as silage must be fed right after milk ing and at no other time otherwise the milk and resulting butter are apt to show the effects In all cases keep these feeds away from the cow during milking time Taints from silage or other foul feeds are transmitted through the air conse quently if the air is full of silage odor the milk is apt to show it If however feeds of this kind are given directly after milking the product from the cow cannnot bs distin guished from that produced froth other feeds although condensing fac tories and some creameries prohibit its useXew England Homestead The Free Delivery Syntem Rural mail delivery has become immensely popular wherever it has been tried but in some places it has brought fokbprotests from merchants and saloon keepers in villages where farm ers were accustomed to lout while waiting for the mail The trade ii strong drink has fallen oft more titan anything else so that the free delivery aboutIcities besides being a great Ucssing l for tie people benefited by its ti er ffee Chicago DaiIj Sun k 7 I WHAT DEMOCRATS WILL DO Matter Which Repnbllcaiis Are Try insc to Cover tp Will lie Thoroughly tired The republicans are In a muss amqtgthemsthcslegislation The exposure ol the looting of the Cubnn treasury to aid the sugar trust the bribing of Gomez and the cruelties in the Philippines have put them on the defensive With admirable audaciousness they attempt to divert public opinion from their own sins of omission and com mission by charging the democrats president speech at Arlington and the great newspaperstakeor givetongueThis effort to put the democrats in the attitude of assailing the army will prove abortive The common soldier is all right and most of jive officers from Gen Miles down They obey orders that is the duty of the soldierThe democrats do protest and will forever protest against the iIssuing and carrying out of orders to make a howling wilderness of any terri tory under the American flag They protest that to kill all over ten to kill prisoners to torture by water cure or other Spanish method k Irrigation In tlittgVlilliiMtliir is not war it is vandalism it is not American it is barbarous If not or lured by the highest authority iItII would never have been perpetrnte- by American soldiers except per leaps in isolated oases The democrats believe in keeping the military authority subordinate to the civil power No republic can exUt that does not do BO The democrats intend to investigate these cruelties when they have the power and puijiah the guilty hOoOrhifthin comnTlfti44 They will investigate the cxpeustaC- counts both at home in the Philippines and in Cuba The transport sere ice and the purchase of supplies will be investigated They will find out who received the large sums that lmv been raised by extreme taxtion and i the money was squandered on trig living in Cuba and elsewhere Who wa fixed to stay out of politics and who was aided to stay in What secret in trigue set free the Ilanna pets Bath bone and Neely Why lluen Cninlno was ordered by the administration to come to this country to testify the request of the democrats for other withnesses was refused A page might be filled with other details that willl be investigated and from the amour of evidence that has been forced to thc surface there is a vast amount behind To do this the democrats must lIed a majority of the next house of representatives and this they will do if tire people agree with them that the cur tain should be raised and the trot known No wonder the republicans are on the defensive and are endeavoring to peoplfrome the army is being attacked They know however that it is the order- issued to the army that is the niali- point and the oflicersof thearmy for their own honor and reputation and the honor of the United States will welCOtne the change To Down the Trusts Public sentiment in favor of that simple and effective form of antitrust legislation which will remove the duties on all articles controlled by tile more evil trusts gains strength and feelingthatway sUlcessfuIlJfought monopoly trusts could not exist but for the high protective tariff which creates their monopolies The further truth is known that time American people pay the gigantic tax imposed by reason of time high tariff which thus fosters and enriches the trusts This makes plain the manner in which the trusts are to be overcome The tariff duties on all articles controlled by the monopolistic corporations must be re nllnedSt Louis Republic Just for n Ullnct With a flourish of trumpets it is an flounced that Representative Tattle field of Maine is preparing a bill for the regulation of trusts and combinaI republican Im to add that this bill is being prepared at the particular request of President Roosevelt and with amusing eagev ness the public is assured that Repre 1aJcrAUvery nicely with the statement that the president and Attorney General Knox are to tielawsonly opleremammgle is fake antitrust aggressiveness and there are how long they will remain 11I I If l- h J k E DISCORD AMONG REPUBLICANSr Some Thlnjjs Which Go to Show Thatt All In Xot Lovely In the I Oii oltln Camp I The republican brethrer and their organs are not mixing well these days and are talking back at each other telling sonic plain truths that hitherto it has been difficult to get them to acknowledge The smaller fry intro been making faces at one another for some time even those edited by the postmasters getting occasionally mixed up in the mess but their insignificance was such that hardly anyone took any notice of them lint now comes that stanch and reliable organ of republicanism the Chicago Inter Ocean and belabors Grbsvenor of Ohio for his speechat the Ohio republican con vention when he saidbut what is the use in quoting Grosvonor he would say anything But what the Inter Ocean says however is of con sequence for after falling foul of Grosvonor for saying what we will do it declares that the we in this case means David n Henderson John Dalzeil and the delectable irosvennr r himself the majority of the house committee on rules who constitute IlgisIntiol1 bers and the people do not revolt against their domination lint this is only the beginning of the skinning the triumvirate will get at the hnndof the Inter Ocean editor bur he wants to know wInt gave Porto Rico free trade crud produced the splendid results that the boastful irosvenor speaks of and then this republican organ inquires Was it the HendersonGrtibvenor Dalell triumvirate And the answer is Certainly not Its aims were free rum and taxed bread Only by a moral revolt of the peopl- against this programme were free trade and a measure of prosperity se cured to Iorto Rico limit this is not all the sad tftlof bickering between the brethren f r that independent republican new spa per the Wiiftlriuffton Post seems to enjoy the telling about it and com ments as follows Is not all this cruel coming from a loyal rup hlicnn newspaper Still it dot not satisfy our Chiiatro eon t emp rary lUinjf in a nioixl for ad ministering family discipline and hc hdthoroughly1 well it nuts tI1 it at all the Inter Oeean ooims down fr m the Porto Rico episode f the fifty sixth to the fir + t Philippine bill of the Fiftyseventh congress which was passed by the house last Deeem ben and sent to the senate a Christ mss gift for the Filipinos As to that he later Ocean inquires HoW did this triiiinvinite plan to j rent the Philippines And the re ply is Worse than when they were Spanish territory It aimed to erect a higher tariff barrier against the weree ref ubli1 ouncess slum There Is not a democratic paper in the United States that could have put this in stronger shape And here is more plain talk from the same SU1rtea nSoft words ruts the homely say peot pie refused to be deceived by the men foreignwith more promises about what is to thetPhilippines What the people demand in our new possessions is not fair phrases willhdo well to bear this fact in mind and when he returns to Washington to square his acts with his speech It is really refreshing to find so thatthas long been regarded as one of time npubs cxhibitignait makes of serious family discord it is far more valuable as showing the trend toward independence in jour na lisut POLITICAL DRIFT i Occasionally a republican state convention ventures to insinuate that President Roosevelt is too good for his partyDetroit Free Press Mr Hanna has not taken occa sion to put any dfitto marks under his declaration that there vvhre no trusts in this country Washington Star Rep The attempt of the junior sen ator from Indiana to besmirch the character of Gen Miles has like most of the political moves of this exuber not young man proved a boomerang to his own party Whatever may be said of the beet sugar republicans treachery to their party it was no worse than theI administration forces treachery to the cause of reciprocity Louisville Courier Jnurual Dem FOr a man who vaunts himself upon his independence of other peo ples opinions Mr Roosevelt is a most supple and adhptie person when the machine politicians of his party are involved No president ever has shown a more eager desire to concili ate the bosses Chicago Chronicle DemJ Ordering a whole province to be made a howling wilderness and the killingof all over ten years of arc may be time modern system of warfare but it sounds mightily like the middle ages It must be remem bered that the 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Colin aid Casey which eta bt It ltd pin short notice and at rtaioa ible prie t ftift tea a call Shop near the Jail T CITY BARBER SHOP To my oldcwtomen We are hers tt stay Nobody will appreciate your tronago or Weed lure ia tryItag to ple t f old rliable torton OJJLBWKX T uJtC a t 1 J V i r The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher JtlCK rAN KENTUCKY t t i CURRENT TOPICS5 I There have been noted 151 different forms of snow stalsTAn average of 20 tons of oil is reir dered from a large whale The transfer system Is not used bj any street railwayin Great Britain Miners are the wealthiest and bestfrorganized of trades unions In France A railroad engine may be roughly said to be equal to the strength of uot of horsesAbout 70 per cent of the population of the Klondike are from the United StatesQuarantine was first established against infectious disoises In the tenth century Since 1879 France has spent 120 to 000000 on canals This does not Include Panama The hoisting of the black flag after executes is to be discontinued In of ofLondon EnglanddIt has been decided that no Hebrews be further admitted to the railway school in Odessa- It is estimated that Canadian for ests will furnish wood for the pulp In dustry for 840 years Mormons clams to have 3000 mis sionaries in the field and to have made 20000 converts last year Samuel Day of Wesley Me has slain 251 deer since 1S65 and is conS sidered the State champion In a small greaser hamlet near Pheonlx Ariz is a saloon with this sign All nation welcome Even Carrie pThe first shipment of wheat from Chicago via the lakes was made in 1838 Tho shipment consisted of 78 bushels The largest loaves of bread In the world are those baked in France and Italy They are often as much as six feet long Great Britain and Ireland import about 265000 pounds of cheese each rear Canada supplies about GO pet tent of the whole There are consumed In the neighbor hood of 50000000 pounds of hops an nually in the United States in the manufacture of beer Col J T Marsh late of the Royal engineers has six sons holding com missions In the English army all of whom have seen serious fighting Congressman Heatwole of Minneapolis has a trout brook on his farm and is the only private owner of trout with gold spots In the United States Abraham Slimmer ot Waverly la vicinityftgiving away 1 forUfno of 10000000 The Bulletin des Halles Paris states that the number of immigrants into Siberia In 1901 was 94639 the number of emigrants tneretrom 31 S30Authorities of the Smithsonian Institution say that more varieties ol poisonous snakes are found in Arizona than in any other part of the United StatesThe French government has decided to install In the Pantheon Paris the famous pendulum by which Foucauld in 1857 demonstrated the rotation of the earth In many parts of Central Asia the fear of locusts has caused the natives to reduce the areas planted In cottonI In some regions only half of last years argil has been planted Clarai Barton head of the Red Crosl society has been invited by President Dlaz of Mexico to come to the City of Mexico and there organize a branch of the society for the republic The mountain at Gouffol near Nimes France which some time ago attracted much attention by having shifted its position has now blocke- np the only road which connected with TrescolSix is the record number of roses produced by one tree at a time This was in Holland on Mme Regnews land A Marechal NIel at Whitby has had 3500 blooms on it at the same time Charles F Klein of St Louis has much of the furniture in his house made of horns of different animals which he gathered during his many years residence in western Texas Miss do Mattos a cousin of Robert Louis Stevenson to whom the author dedicated his Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde well as a number of poems has just been married in England to a Mr Dalton Pastor Bartlett of Chicago is proposing a plan to place for a short time before the hour of the Sunday evening service a band of about forty singers upon the church steps that their songS may induce many to enter the church Jacob Worth at one time the re publican boss of Brooklyn has had every one of his teeth extracted In the bore of getting relief from neuralgia Mr Worth stood the ordeal wellI though he is nearly seventy years old The area sown to flaxseed In tho United States In tho spring of 1902 as indicated by estimates of various commercial authorities seems to range from 3500000 acres to 3700 000 This is probably the largest area ever sows to flaxseed In this country Every pound of butter that goes to the West Indies is colored a brilliant red The natives there wont have i any other color They like red butter just as they adore red shirts and reties d or the red label on a tomato tinI Grocers say that if a black and white label should be placed on canned to vwatoes tbero would be no sale at all THE VATICANS REPLY Apostolic Delegate to Be Sent to the Philippine Pontiff Is Intensely Displeased at the Way In Which the Commission of Cardinals Has Con ducted Negotiations Rome July 19The following note om the Vatican was presented to Gov Tafttt I hasten to acknowledge the receipt the letter by which you kindly com municated to me the cablegram from Secretary Root answering my note of July 9 which explained the counter project of the Vatican for the regula tion of religious affairs In the P ilpC pines While thanking you for this Important communication I am haIPYf assure you that the holy see has learned with the liveliest satisfaction the high consideration In which Mr Root In the name of the government j tho United States holds the fitness t the measures which the Vatican in j of the solution of any eco nomic question designed taking to I ameliorate the religious situation in j the archipelago and to cooperate la j the pacification of the people uml r I American sovereignty The measures It are Indicated In my memorandum of June 21 and my letter of July 9 These j declarations of Mr Root do honor to the deep political wisdom of the gov j ernment of the United States which knows how to appreciate the happjI Influence of the holy see for the rellgjj ious and civil elevation of the people especially Catholics With equal satisfaction the pontiff has taken Into account the assurances of Secretary Root that the American j authorities in the Philippines and at I Washington will put forth all possible efforts to maintain the good under 1 standing happily established with theJJ authorities of the Catholic church On his part the pontiff will not fall to give the apostolic delegate soon to lip sent to the Philippines the most precise instructions according to my former note f The main lines for fufure negotiations Indicated in the notes having I been accepted by Secretary Root the 1 representative of the Vatican In the J archipelago will enter into relations with the authorities in the Philippi nee on the four points indicated by Mr Root at the end of his cablegram The holy see does not doubt that t mutual confidence combined with the action of its representatives and that of the American government will eas ily produce a happy solution of the I pending questions inaugurating for that noble country a new era of peace and true progress endincg this letter to be able to reader bain age to the very great courtesy anrlI high capacity of which you have filled the delicate mission which the goy ernment and president of the United States confided to you Willingly admit that the favorable result of the negotiations be attributed In very very large part to your high personal qualitiesWhile flattering myself that this first success will be a guarantee of the happy Issues of ulterior negotia tlons in Manila I have the honor to be etc Ram pollaGov Taft was Informed Friday night that the pope had fixed July 21 for hisJ farewell audience GO Taft willt start Saturday for Vallombrosa near Florence where he will stay with hisI family until Monday when he will return for his audience with the pope London July 19The Rome correspondent of the Daily Chronicle says the pope is intensely displeased at tho way In which the commission of cards nals has conducted the negotiations with Judge Taft Inthe matter of the friars in the Philippines- I I learn from en authoritative source says the correspondent that besides annulling the proceedure of the commission of cardinals the pope has summarily dissolved it expressing his view that the American demands were reasonable and signifying his readiness to treat with Judge Taft per sonally SWEPT BY A TORNADO Much Property Was Destroyed Nea Dannemora N Y Plattsburgh N Y July 19A tor nado swept over Mofllttsville a smallI village near Dannemora In pinto n county destroying a starch factory carding mill the Chateauguay Ore an Iron Cos sawmill and other property The same storm sunk a steam launch In the Upper Chateauguay lake belonging to Seth Thomas the It known cloak manufacturer of Connecticut sect destroyed his fine camp and boat house on the lake The storm also demolished the fine cottage own ed by Frank Sawyer of Chicago 1 lo mated near the Seth Thomas cottage on Upper Chateaguay lake severely Injuring one man Waylaid and Killed Atoka I T July 19Nenr String town Mrs Daniel Gant her daughter Mrs Jacob Reeves and a man name Nuckles were waylaid uud killed while returning from church Mrs Reeves had been separated from her Las band Pour Killed and Two Injured in a Riot viinoxville Tenn July 19News has been received here of a riot at In Cumberland county Tenn whim resulted In the death of to white and two Negroes and the wounding a number of other persons c TERRIBLE FLOODS The Loss In Eastern Iowa Will Foot Up About 4000000 Keokuk la July 19 Heavjr rains In Central Iowa are sending a flood down upon prosperous Missouri farmers which will ruin many of them end cause losses aggregating at a con servative estimate of 2500000 There seems to be no hope for the country between the Mississippi river and Ufo Missouri bluffs between Keokuk and Hannibal 300 square miles in which much corn is laid by together with several thousands of acres of wheat in the shock A rise of one and a half feet In aI short time at Ottumwa and a further rise throughout its length below the capital city was prevented front run ning out freely by a rise of a foot and a half at Davenport Increasing and coming down rapidly The observer of the weather bureau at Keokuk in charge of this district sent telegraphic warning to all fttnts dangerVheEjptlan just receding after strenuous efforts to hold it including the destruction of farm houses to secure lumber for strengthening the dike is only slightly above the water now and the com- Ing flood in tho Des Moines will top it certainly This lets the oats Into hundreds of square miles including the town of Alexandria Mo The corn crop is all made and wheat is in the shock qntailing a total loss of the years work Crops were never finer and the yield promised ts Immense Grain men say tho above esti mate of value Is too low and put the figures of the loss from the overflow nearer 4000000 between Keokuk and HannibalHeavy rains were reported In South eastern Iowa Friday and Friday night indicates still higher water Low land farmers river men and tho weather bureau observer alike predict the greatest damage ever known from flood on the upper riverI- MMIGRATION The Number Arriving In the United States In 1902 By Countries Washington July 19 A statement has been prepared at the immigration bureau showing the number of hrI migrants who arriPjd In the United States by countries during the fiscal year 1902 as compared with 1901 The total arrivals for the last fiscal year were 646743 immigrants and 82 055 other alien passengers making a total of 730798 This is an increase of 1GOS25 immigrants over 1901 The principal Increase during the last year as compared with 1901 were as fol lows AustriaHungary 58599 Italy in eluding Sicily and Sardinia 42379 Russian empire and Finland y000 Japan 9001 Sweden 7fclrToJi5rw empire 6653 Norway 5236 Greece 2194 Denmark 2005 The principal decreases are Ire land 1425 China 810 Turkey in Eu 1rope 200- Following are the names of the countries from which the largest number of immigrants came during the last fiscal year Italy Including Sicily and Sardinia 178375 AustriaHungary 171989 Russian empire and Finland 101347 Sweden 30894 Ireland 29 138 Gernian empire 28304 Norway 17484 Japan HiiO England 13575 TO ASSASSINATE THE KING An Anarchist Placed Under Arrest Near Turin Italy London July 19A dispatch from Milan Italy to the Dally Telegraph reports the arrest by the police at Bra near Turin of a young barber who recently arrived there from Pat erson N J The prisoner gives his name as Tonetti which is believed to be assumed and confesses that he is an anarchist Papers which were seiz ed at his lodgings Include correspond came with Paterson anarchists and a document indicating that it was To nettls Intention to assassinate King Victor Emmanel who frequently tray 3rses Bra In a motor car on his way o his private estate Business failures New York July 19 Business fail ures in the United States for the week againstrin this week last year Failures in Canada number 17 against 28 last week and In this wee a year ago Cloudburst at Lincoln 111 andda Streets cellars and basements in stores were flooded Considerable andtA Bumper Corn Crop Chicago July 19 Paul Morton first vice president of the Santa Fe road predicts a bumper crop of core for the west and the entire country this sea son He estimates the total crop of he country at 2500000000 Granted Leave of Absence Washington July 16The postman granting postmasters In firstclass offices In or der to permit them to attend the con vention of postmasters to be held in Milwaukee In Search of Russian Plants specialo toldepartment of agri Russlatnrlearcb 4 A MISSISSIPPI FLOOD The Loss Will Ajrsrregrate About Six Million Dollar Thousands of Shocks of Wheat Wash ed to the GulfIn One Place the River Is From Five to Ten Miles In Width Keokuk la July 21 Exploration of the flooded districts of the Mississippi river from Keokuk south shows condi tions beyond the appreciation of reali ration of any but people of long experience with the father of waters in Its most destructive mood Tile situation Is growing worse hour ly and a great conflagration In a great city would not be more rapidly destructive of values than the antithesis a hundred miles below Keokuk There is abeolutely not the slightest chance of stopping this dozen times most costly flood In the history of the great river above St Louis A correspondent went all over the worst damaged area Sunday In the steamer Silver Crescent and found everywhere the greatest crops ever known under water deep enough to float a steamboat People at the river cities give an immense mass of details all to be generalized In losses aggregating many millions of dollars hundreds of farmers rich ten days ago penniless and homeless hundreds watching and praying that the great levees may hoB which are now their bulwark against additional minions of loss and many cases of penury Careful estimates of the territory covered and generalization of the statements of best informed people In dicate the lobs up to Sunday is about six million dollars with every pros pect of two or three millions additional by the rise above not yet reaching the lower stretches of the river Most of this loss is on the Missouri side of the river between Keokuk and Hannibal Passing tho waterlapped lumber yards of Keokuk the mouths of the Des Moines river seem to be nearly two miles wide Normally there are two mouths and an Island delta cowered with farms which are now under raging torrents Greg 1 is submerged except the white hurch in which service was held Sunday the praying congregation from the country reaching the house of rod by the railroad track which is ftill above the flood In a waste of wa ter miles wide- Immense fields are seen in a great lake with the shore line visible only with a glass where the high bluffs bound the bottoms Islands dotting the river at its normal stage have dis appeared except for the tops of trees or triage of high shore willows slight iljOprotuidlng Ilka n circular green coral reef Occasionally a house on piles or stilts Is seen but generally only roofs protrude to mark the center of farms of corn On the edge of the Cood river corn gradually rises on a slope tassels tops ears stalks appearing in order In a few of the half submerged fields is shocked wheat in the background the remnants of many more washed to the Gulf of Mexico In the middle of the present river the tracks of the St Louis Keokuk Northwestern railroad normally the MlssoxJi shore are now a few inches above the water and under it in some stretches Shore lights for pilots are standing in the midst of a waste of wa ter where steamboats can run overt them The river is five to ten miles wide and 70 miles long and another great lake Is added to the geography coveredmated to make 75 to 100 bushels to the acre Previous estimates of the loss have been greatly increased by the prospective yield being found much greater than ever before experts tell Ing of many farms that were good for 100 bushels to the acre before the flood The loss is total PECULIAR ACCIDENT One Man Killed One Fatally Hurt and Another Injured at Knoxville Knoxville Tenn July 21As the result of a queer accident in the local yards of the Atlanta Knoxville Northern railroad Sunday David Mon day was Instantly killed his brother Elisha Monday was fatally hurt and James Palmer and other employes were badly shaken up The men were cleaning an engine on a side tract when another engine approaching on the next track Jumped the rails and ploughed its way into the group of men Two Excursionists Drowned Tolchester Md July 21James B Post aged 20 and Theodore C Parker aged 21 of Baltimore who came here Sunday on an excursion were drowned Sunday afternoon They with four companions were rowing In the bay A wind squall overturned the hoist The other occupants of the little craft clung to It until rescued Secretary Baer Resigns Boston July HJohn Willis Baer secretary of the United Society of Christian Endeavor has tendered his resignation to take effect on October 1 and has accepted a position as assistant secretary of the Presbyterian board of home missions OldTime Minstrel Expired Boston July 21James J Kelly an oldtime minstrel who during his professional career appeared fin nearly every part of the country died at his home In this city Sunday He was 69 years old i i JOT AT NEBRASKA CITY The Law and Order League Prevented a Baseball Game Lincoln Neb July 21A telephone J message from Nebraska City says there was a riot at the baseball grounds there Sunday aft4x when the Law and Order league attempted to prevent the game The warrant sworn out by members of the league was placed into the hands of Sheriff Brower for the arrest of the two teams When ho arrived on the grounds an angry crowd surrounded and hustled him violently His reIvolver was taken away from Mm He succeeded in arresting four players and took them to a justices office where they were placed under bondsI A number of city pastors were at the 5justicesfriends of the players threatened and jostled them A rock was thrown at Rev C M Shepperd of the Methodist church striking a companion and knocking hUn down Mr Shepperd was chased to his home Later alleg ing that Ills life had been threatened and the church property was in danc ger Mr Shepperd applied to the mayor for a police guard for himself and tho church property and It was 1 promisedSundays outbreak Is the outcome oft1 a long and bitter fight between the Law and Order league and friends of Sunday ball Saturday the question was put to a vote of citizens and there was practical a unanimous vote for Sunday ball I JOHN W MACKAY DEAD 1 Passed Away at His Residence on Carlton House Terrace London 1 I London July 21John W Mackay of San Francisco who had been suffering J from heat prostration since Tuesday last died at his residence on Carlton House Terrace at 030 oclock Sunday evening Mr Mackays condition as stated Saturday had improved but the patent J had a bad night and Sunday morning a consultation was held by three physicians Mr Mackay grew worse as the day progressed He was unconscious most of the time and died very peacefully The immediate cause of his death was heart failure Tho right lung was found to be con gested and the symptoms Indicated pneumoniaMrs her mother and Countess Telfener were present when Mr Mackay died and Princess Calatro Colonna arrived from Paris a half hour after her stepfathers death THE NEW BATTLESHIPS They Will Be Named the Louisiana and the Connecticut Washington July 19The navy department announced that the two bat tleships tobe bullt under the author- Ity of the last naval appropriation bill are to be named the Louisiana and Connecticut and the two cruisers tie Tennessee and Washington The battleship to be built at the New York yard will be the Connecticut The battleships will cost 4212000 and time cruisers 4659000 each The two tugs authorized by the act are to be built one at the Mare Island yard and the other at Boston Adm Bowles has prepared an elab orate plan for keeping the accounts Ja connection with the cost of the Connecticut In such order that when she is finished comparisons can be made between the respective cost of building ships In government and private yards FIRE AT DALLAS TEX Main Exposition Building and Other Property Destroyed Dallas Tex July 21Flre broke out shortly after 3 oclock Sunday morning in the exposition grounds lo cated in the suburbs of East Dallas and in 30 minutes the main exposition building one of the largest buildings in the country the music hall annex the poultry building the private build Ings of the J I Case Plow Co South ern Rock Island Plow Co and that of the Parlin Orendorff Co were destroyed The loss will reach 100000 with j Insurance of probably 30000 The fire will not Interfere with the holding of the annual state fair The Dallas fire department is crlpJJ pled through the absence of Its acting chief and four firemen who have gone to the Pasteur Institute In SL Louis to be treated for supposed hydrophobia caused by the bite of a mad horse THE WRECKED CAMPANILE It Is Desirable That It Be Rebuilt Sole ly By Aid of Italian Subscriptions London July 21The Venice correspondent of the Dally Mail says the Italian minister of fine arts considers It desirable that the campanile should be rebuilt solely by the aid of Italian subscriptions and It has been sug gested In view of the world wide manifestations of sympathy to use the foreign donations to build a temple In honor of human fraternity A Five Million Dollar Fire Guayaquil Ecuador July 19The fire which broke out here Wednesday night was extinguished Thursday nightI after having destroyed 90 blocks on some of the principal streets of the city The loss on buildings and mer chandise is estimated at 5000000 Earthquake in New York State Malone N Y Julp9A distinct earthquake shock was felt In Malone Friday morning at 520 It lasted about ten seconds Many person were awakened by the rumbling arid the rattling of windows STEAMER GUT IN TWO At Least Fifty Passengers Were Drowned and Others Injured The Band Was Playing and Many Couples Were Dancing on the Deck When the Crash of the Collision Came Hamburg July 2The steamship us of Hamburg with 1S5 passen gets on board was cut In two and sunk by the tug Hansa on tha River Elbe at 12 SO oclock Monday morn ing So far as is ascertainabif about 0 persons were drowned The Primus was an excursion steamer from Buxtehude province of Hanover Prussia The disaster 01 curred between Blankenez and Nien1 stedten Among the passengers were the members of the Eilbeck Mate Choral society At the time of the accident the Primus was cruising vhe river channel near Blankenez from the southern into the northern fair x way According t7 witnesses aboard the lianas the movement was made precipitatively The Primus struck he tugs engine room and the Hsasa endeavored to push her ashore but the tug rounded and the ships parted The Primus then sank In the interval however about 50 of her pas senb rs were able to reach the Hansa by means of ropes and ladders Seventy more were picked up by the 1 tugs boat while others swam ashore h The horrible panic that occurred on r the Primus when the Hansa struck her rendered the efforts to save her passengers almost useless Fortunate ly the steamer Dolphin came up Im mediately and succeeded In saving 60 of those on board the sinking steamer while other boats assisted In the work of rescue Some of the survivors furnish graphic desoripfDns of the awful sud denness of the disaster According to their story the band was playing and many couples were dancing on deck when the crash of the collision came like a thunderbolt The vessel gave a great list her deck taking such an angle that it was impossible for the passengers to keep their feet Those below scrambled up the com panlonways but most of the persons in the saloon were drowned Men fought for their own safety regardless of others In the midst of the confusion the boiler exploded adding to the horrors of the scene and many persons are said to have been Injured by flying splinters of metal More of the Primus passengers Vould have been saved by the ropes thrown from the Hansa had it not been that before those who seized the ropes Could be hauled on board they were pulled off from the Hnestheyhact grasped l1yr other persons struggling in the water and all were drowned In the hideous confusion Monday morning enormous crowds poured out from Hamburg to the scene of the collision and the shore was thronged with thousands of friends and relatives of those aboard the sunken steamer who had come in heartrending anxiety to learn the fate of their friends who were I among the excursionists Many sad scenes were witnessed as the bodies of those lost were washed upon the beach or brought ashore by divers tk It is asserted that divers have al ready recovered 45 bodies but as yet it is Impossible to verify the death list An attempt will Immediately be made to float the vessel and when this is done it Is believed a number more of bodies will be found Estimates as of the number of dead vary h from 50 to CO 0 A large number of tho survivors were Injured though not seriously TERRIFIC HAIL STORM Chunks of Ice Weighing Nearly a Quarter of a Pound Fell Hastings Neb July 22A terrific hailstorm prevailed over a considera ble part of the farming country in this county Monday afternoon Chunks of Ice weighing nearly a quarter of a pound fell for 15 minutes Chickens were killed and young stock Injured Oats and corn were driven into the ground and are beyond redemption- St Petersburg July 22A ferry boat while crossing the river Volga Monday at Beresniki sank and 58 har vesters were drowned BATTLE IP RETVISAN The Russian Ship Built in Phlladel r delphia Seems to be IllFated St Petersburg July 22The battle ship Retvisan built in Philadelphia for the Russian government and which recently arrived here seems to be Ill fated On her way from Philadelphia five of her crew were killed by the explosion of a water tube and Sunday two others of the crew were killed byEfalling to the bottom of the dry dockr Awhile painting the battleships keel The Pope Will Protest London July 22 Cabling from Rome the correspondent of the Daily Chronicle says he learns that It Is the hopes intention to protest probably by an encyclical against the French governments campaign against religious associations The Monitor Arkansas Washington July 22It Is an nounced at the navy department that the official trial of the monitor Arkan sas built at Newport News will take place on August 6 The contract speed okjthe Arkansas Is 12 knots L X rr f v i 0 4 v 1 t 9 l I Jr t- k 1 I- III H J THE VACATION REST Seasonable Sermon by the cc High way and Byway Preacher flow Jesna Provided a Needful Out lug for flIt DUcIpIeH and Helpful LenBoun Drawn Therefrom 1 BM Copyright 1S02 bA N Kellogg News paper Co- Chicago July 20 fIr Text And He said unto them Come ye yourselves apart Into a desert piece and rest awhile Mark 631 Vacation Jtest Scripture records at least one instance where our Lord called His disciples aside from the busy activity of the world for a pe riod of rest The words of our text reveal to us the tender solicitude phJsicnl followers Doubtless there were other occasions during the three years of the active ministry of Christ when lie and His disciples withdrew themselves for the recreation of the weary and exhausted bodies as wen as the renewiig of their spiritual strength Certainly the circum stances which gave rise to the words of our text afford us ample warrant in making them the basis of a vaca tiontime sennon As we study the words and the incidents surrounding them and dig beneath the surface for light as to the Divine mind regarding summertime rest and re creation we shall spend a helpful togetherThe in eupposing that God is a hard task master and that lIe views with dis approval vacation time and vacation rest With this thought consciously or unconsciously burdening the heart many a dear and weary child of God steals off half guiltily to his vacation rest almost feeling that he has left his Lord behind to follow him with a sad and disappointed look And in so doing half the joy and blessing of the vacation is lost Ah if we would draw close to the Saviours side when the burdens of life press hard and the summers heat saps our vitality we would hear Him say again as lIe did of yore Come ye yourselves apart into a desert place and rest awhile And instead of leaving Him behind we would find the Lord prer cnt at our side making glad every moment and opening up new avenues of refreshing service for Him Yes He who draws the shades of night at the close of the busy day and ruts the world to rest He who rested Himself on the Sabbath day aniT bda the world to rest with IBm is not unmindful of the further needs of Ills children The call Come unto Me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest sounds with alluring tenderness from the shaded nook and rippling water side sometimes and as we draw our selves apart for awhile we find the Lord there awaiting us to soothe our weary bodies and aching brains back to normal vigor again If the declaration The devil never takes a vacation is not of hells own coinage it is often used by the devil and his minions to put the mark of disapproval upon the vacation excursion of one whom the Lords calling apart for a season of need ful rest It may be true that the prince of this world never does take a vacation If so it is only another instance of his hellish excess which is selfdestructive He cannot and will not hear God speak but you dear friend have that privilege- If you will read the entire sixth chapter of Marks Gospel from which our text is taken you will find that the disciples have been journey ing in bands of two preaching the Gospel of repentance casting out devils and healing the sick They re turn and relate their experiences to Jesus while the people of Capernaum eagerly crowd around in their unrest and need Surely here is opportun ity of further anu greater work right nt hand Ah if many n struggling disciple of Christ today had been there how he would have groaned and exhausted his energies under that seeming urgent call to duty But Jesus knew that rest was im perative and turning from the crowds for a season He leads His disciples out into the uninhabited but fragrant fields and sloping hillsides to the northeast of the Lake of Gal ilee How vain it would have been for any of the disciples to tarry be bind when Jesus had planned a re freshing lake trip and a run in the meadows And behold while fresh lake breezes lJss the color back into their faces and the fragrance of the nodding flowers bring new messages of Gods love and care to their souls while the tuneful birds sing Natures hymn of praise and restful harmony and they feel their flagging spirits reviving behold new channels of service open up and their brief outing is turned into a vast picnic at which the hungry multitudes partake of the Lords bounty and the disciples become the renewed channels through which the Divine power can be poured Here is vacation rest worthy the name Vacation rest does not rrjpnn listless idleness or reckless abandon Vacation rest which would supply the needs of the body nt the sacrifice of the soul is a perversion and nn iniquity Such is really not vacation rest at all but vacation unrest Vacation Unrest And for fear some migtfed but weary soul may read the foregoing and encourage n selfseeking heart in indulging in presentday vacation excess and fey erish pursuit of worldly diversions and pleasures we wish to talk for a little while about vacation unrest Jtis abroad in the land today It ii I ru encouraging to excesses and indulgences which would never be thought of in the soberer moments It is robbing a privilege of its wholesome fruit and is changing in the worlds laboratory of opportunity by the chemistry of reckless human ingen uity C lessing into a positive curse Here is where the warningnote wants to be struck Here is where Gods voice needs to be heard and heeded Not a cry against vacation rest but against the unrest of the age which turns the Saturday half holiday into a blighting influence and the summertime outing into a pe- rIod of unrestrained indulgence in every whim and caprice the selfin dulgent flesh hankers after The perversion of the Saturday halfholi dny is beginning to cast its minsraal pall over the Lords day and is sap ping the spiritual life and strength of the disciples of Jesus Christ And to many it is proving the easy gateway to the downward road of self indulgence and pleasure and the very threshold of hell The modern development of the vacation habit is proving an allurement whose swift broad current is yearly drawing its thousands and hundreds of thousands away from wholesome influences to the distractions of summer resort life and merely sensual indulgences The place to which cur Lord led His disciples for their vacation rest was a quiet and restful spot where the beat of the heart of Nature could be felt and where God could bless soul as well as body Today think you lie would lead to some of the popular resorts and watering places Do you believe He would be found with His disciples at many of the pleasure places and roof gardens and Sunday excursions and outings which today are tilling the land and the world with their distractions Pleasure such as the world can give rnd plenty of it hut not that hotly and soul invigorating rest which comes as a wholesome portion to him who following the bidding of the Master withdraws with Him apart into a desert place Not desert in the sense of a wilderness waste but a desert which is a stranger to the whirl anti allurements of the world and where the voice of Nature can be heard Where one has time to listen to the heavens decla the glory of God and the firmament shew forth His handiwork where day unto day may utter speech and night unto night shew forth knowl edge Not where gay companionship is essential to happiness but where Bryant found the inspiration for his lines UTo him who In the love of Nature holds Communton with her visible forms she speaks A various language Vacation PurposeThe man of Jesus parable who heedlessly built his house upon the sand because it happened to be the most convenient spot available at the time was not less wickedly careless than is he who thoughtlessly runs hither or thither on his vacation with no other purpose than that of going somewhere or doing something in quest of recreation and change and eocalled rest The vacation should be definitely purposeful Three elements are discernible in the purpose of our Lord in providing an outing for Hfs weary discljes Primarily it was that they might obtain muchneeded rest But as the events of that short vacation rapidly unfold under the quick pen of Mark we find that Jesus sought to lead His disciples thoughts away from the things of men to the things of God to help them to know Nature and Na tures God better and to feel the pulsation and throb of Gods almighty arm as it reaches out to shelter and protect and feed a needy world And lastly He wanted them to learn that the most perfect rest was to be found in a new andenlarged service AndI without these three elements vay tion plans are lacking and fail to pro vide adequately for the weary body and needysoul Rest for the body en largement for the soul and new chan nels of servicewhere these three con ditions can be best realized there is where the Lord is calling you apart to rest awhile Rest for the BodyIt is ill resting to note that the disciples were so in terested in the work in which they had been engaged as apparently tobe unconscious of their bodily nerds un til Christ said unto them Come ye yourselves apart into a desert place and rest awhile How blessed it would be if today Jesus disciples were so engrossed in the Masters business There would not be so much selfplan ning weeks and months ahead as to the summer outing if such were the case Today Christian people have hardly returned from one outing and taken up the dropped work before then heads are full of plans for future rest and recreation and thegetready to let go again Keep busy inI the work of the Lord dont think so much of your weary bodros you do of the great need all about you and evenI while you are telling the Lordabout the work in which you are SO much in apartfortion to which the Lord leads you willI bodythanidleness and change A night with the Lord on the water and a walk with Him through the fields in the early morning before the crowds are again pressing about Mini can put renewed strength into those weary muscles can quit the throb ofIthat aching head can send new and vigorous life throbbing through everv vein 2ft artery of jour being PiII nightA ered with their Lord on that rude sailing craft As the receding shpre at Capernaum black with its restless tideof humanity is left behind the j I disciples begin to Tlize how tiredI they arc But apart with Jesus meanI that all the forces of Nature amhunited to revive and refresh and thcmighty wind vrhiea was hushed toI quiet by the voice of the Master on another occasion now fans the cheeks of the disciples and whispers a mes sage of new life and hope As their relaxed and tired bodies are stretchedI out on the deck and their faces are turned upward what inexpressible calm and rest roll in upon the soul from the eternal heavens above them and as each star in its own individ ual beauty breaks on their vision what messages they bring for the One whose hand has placed them far above in the dietajit blue is with them in the boat caring for them Their weariness is gone and as the early morning sun begins to tinge the eastL with he glories they awaken to findI their boat grating n the sands o t the shore and Jesus smilingly leading the way to land The clear notes of the birds greet them and the grass and trees and flowers bid them welcome Ah how Nature must have re joiced at the coining of its Lord andI Creator even while an unbelieving world was turning from Him in self seeking blindness Rest for the body is needed and it can bet be foundI where the Lord leads apart for a little while and where we can hear lila say I am come that ye might have life and that ye might have it more abundantly Enlargement for the SoulThtgroves were Gods first temples andI how the soul has a chance to expand as iit goes afield with its Lord in tint early morning Perfect vacation must include enlargement of the soul The wsjyslde well the blooming lilies of the el8jLUie twittering sparrows the s31lili g fielc16oC grain the muse tard seed the barren fig tree the field of wheat and tare the flocks feeding on the hillside the vineclad slopes of Mount Olivet nIl were the mediums through which the LordI bore home to the hearts of Ills chisel pIes the spiritual lessons of which they stood In need And Nature to day is just as faithful a medium of conveying to the human heart the Heavensent message The time of tIle vacation rest is when Nature ought to find us in our most teachable mood even as the summer clothes her in her most attractive dress and makes her n most willing and faithful teacher As we withdraw from the busy act iv ity1 of the workaday wirld we then have time for refleotion That little bird in the leafy tops of the tree under which we swingin restful ease in our hammock can teach us of a Fa thers love and care for not a spar row fallcth to the ground without your Father As the flowers and the birds andI the rippling waters of the lake spoke their lessons to the hearts of the disciples on that morning how it must have prepared them for the evidence of Gods love and care as He fees that vast multitude with the few Ioavs4 and fishes Their hearts made ten der by Natures wooing to recqive the kirger lesson of Gods miraculous power Do you know dear friend that if during your vacation rest you will sit nt the feet of Nature and humbly learn her secrets and hear her testify of the Heavenly Father 1who1 be opened to see the miraculous workS ings of the Spirit of God on the of men and you will find yourself llonging to become the willing chan nel through which Goocan pour His power and ills blessing upon the needy world And so the enlargement of the soul under the expanding touch of Nature will open up new channels ofserviceNew of Service Hod the disciples remained behind to serve that needy multitude in the weari ness of their own bodies and their human limitations they would have failed miserably failed and in dis couragement perhaps given up their Christian service altogether But Christ calls them apnrt for awhile and when theyare refreshed behold the multitude which has skirted the shores of the lake in its eagerness to be near the Lord is once more before them and an unexpected opportunity presents itself for serving them In obedience to the Lords command they sent the motley throng in companies that they may be better served then4 taking the loaves and fishes over which have been spoken the words of bletsingby the Lord they pass around breaking the loaves and fishes and dealing out bountifully andyet always with an armful to give to the hun grsoul just beyond Here is the lesson for you and for me The perfect vacation rest opens up new chan nels of service gives us new opportunities of helping thoe about us and the needy ones left behind when we went on our summer Outing- SMany a servant of the Lord Christ has found in the quiet hours of the season of rest the solution to problems which have vexed him sore during the heat of battle As the body hat become rested and the soul hail expanded under Natures touch clear er vision has come and later the opportunity has presented itself to feed tIle hungry soul with the bread which Christ has placed in our hands Many a soul which has resisted the entreaty of the facetoface appeal has been touched bysome token of remem brance or a penned message frpm the one who has been called apart for awhile by the Lord for a vacation rest The vacation rest neec not be the devils opportunity except as we byir i our careless indifference allow it t become stuch Learn this secret and as the Lord calls you apart during ther summer days for the vacation rest find that perfect rest which comes from the opening of the soul to the Nature about you und the seeing of new channels of service for your LorJI and a t rlJI r rr a I I I ITheI Home of the Gods madehistn PaIIaapPatheome b deeplueof tie fir growth covering themihe scenery is wonderful The tumultuous streams hurling themselves down the hillsides areuabundantly stoked with 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