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Rev Independent Weekly Devoted to the UHtnmHrrofylIonanCorHE CAnInterests FARM of SCHOOL BO CENTS A YEAR VOL III A Family Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 11 1901 Fifty cents a year NO8 IDEAS IIAIII I my hrothnrtt keeper Yes if you tiro a truu man Moral prostitution in etttablwhod in a town before thu Hnloon It is dillicult to forgive a man to whom wo Imvo boon moan Tho outHido view of a stained glass window in not very attractive it with religion Sow Home of your wheat rituhulo in cow pens they will grow with the crab griiBH and make rich hay Take Notice On Sunday July M Bro Dodwoll of TUB CITIZEN will preachat Wai laceton Mulhodint Church The CITIZEN wanU ten more ntudont ngonta and will pay liberally for good work Call or write for our SIItcinl OITer A convention of tltI County Sunday Srhol AnHociatiou will bo hold in Burea Widnowlay July 31 Prof E Auz of Louisville State Secre tary of the AnHocinlion will be present PROM THE WIDE WORLD XewH of renewed perHeutiUonx of Christian Converts continuo to come from China Havana hits no yellow fuser CBHOH this summer for the fin t time in ifs history an n city Several of the nowHjmjwrB of Cuba liavo recently printed articles in favor of annexation of tide Island to the United Slates Quit Maximo Gomez the coin mnmlor ol the iiiHiirgentH during the Cuban war for independence visited President McKinley this week u IK OUR OWN COUNTRY The last of thu volunteer troops have arrived from Manilla Tho MiswHHippl Valley hums been suffering from n wiry iiiiiiHiuil drouth Tho output of gold from the Klon dike for the season in untimated at fJOOWOOO Thu raluation of property in Okln home this year is expected to exceed 70000000 Tho Irettideuts proclamation for the opening to public riottlemont of the Kiowa Coinnnche and Apache Indian rwervatioim in Oklahoma was issued Monday The 20lh Annual Convention of tho Christian Endeavors mot in Cincin anti July 8 Many thousand En deavors worn in attendance from all parts of the country The Piwttoflico Department has determined to exclude from second class postal rites all fake newspapers and publications that rely on gift and guessing enterprise to secure n cir culation Tho Presidents proclamation de claring free trade withlorto Rico on and after July 2T will be issued as soon ns he receives an official copy of the resolutions adopted by the legislature of Porto Rico A committee of fifteen of tho most prominent educators in tho country have under consideration tho estab lishment of n national university un denominational nonsectarian not under govarnmtmt control to bo located in the city of Washington COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Hurt S Brabb Mill Co of Pont have 11000000 foot of lumber in their yard Tho tobacco barn of John Murray at Paint Lick was burned with about 40000 Ibs of tobacco lust week Sixtyeight bullet holes were found in the body of John Combs murdered in n blind tiger on Buckliorn Crook Knott County Milton Koddall of Lexington heir to 21000 acres of laud in Texas 15000 acres of which are in tho Beau mont oil fields Andrew Carnegie cabled tho mayor of Covington July that ho would provide 20000 toward tho construc tion of an auditorium in Covingtou Young Gore a highly respected far mer living about a tulle from Princes ton was killed Monday while saving tho life of a child from a runaway horse Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Votes destroyed an illicit still in Hardin County last Friday night Tho still had n capacity of HO gallons n day Judge Buckley of the Louisville Police Court decided on Monday that ILouisvillos Sunday law is in oporativo because it is special instead of general legislation A Good Kind of Ability The Ability to Find Work A good many people are poorly clad and poorly led and have nothing to give to the preacher and if you ask them the reason they will tell you it is localise they havent hind a chance to in nine cases out of ton it is their own fault that they have boon idle The first thing by which a man is tested is by his ability to get some thing to do Tho probability is that n man who can not get a job would not bo able to hold a job if ho had it Wo repeat it tho great test of a mans ability is that ho should be able to get work Perhaps wu ought to go further back i iid say that the host test of n man is that he should wish to work that ho should desire to have money ill his pocket a roof over his head a horse to ride 011111111n comfortable place for his children A man who amount to anything desires these things and ho desires them HO much that ho is willing to work for them Ruth Moro than this he desires them BO much that ho is round to work for thorn unit like the old Roman hell find n way or snake it If ho does not fled work in the place whore hu is ho starts out and for it If hu does not find a job the first timo hu applies ho will try again and again nntagain If he does not find tho kind of work hu prefers lit will lake the kind ofwork lie can get If hu dOtH not got as much lay as he thinks hu deserves ho will start in at low pay and make himself so useful that his employer can not got along without him and will raise his wages The man who is bound to succeed will have his eyes open for chances in every direction Hu will prefer to raise something rather than to make money just by trading Tho ohio and enterprising man will bu what wo call thrifty Ho ineudlughisto do in the long winter evenings putting splint bottoms into clanks whittling out ax When ho ill not working nt his crolllho will bu improving his barn lie n DOWN paper ail read what other folks in the world are doing He will get the best varieties of fruit for hm garden and orchard and the boat Htock for his barn yard Ho will bring up his children to work And btginninglliudotcTunuinntion that ho would not bo ongngxiinployment every working day in tho year THE MARKETS An RMORTKII nr A 0 NOKMAN A CINCINNATI July 9 CATTLE Common 5250 310 ButcliereiL40 600 II Shippers460 l 52- 5CALvsClioice000 GW gHoos 665I- I 600 Fair goal Hght590 GOO PncklllgGOO 610 SHEEP Good to choice 800 1 nw II Common to fair225 285 LAM us Good to choico500 r fi7fi II Common to fair325 476 WHEAT No 2 Red 6- 65tjoasNo2 mixed 17 32jRTENoILOUnWintor 380 II II Patent340r H2li- II Family 220 a 255 MILL FEEn1200 1400 HAyNo I Timuolhy122f r 1250 II No2 10500 1100 II No1 Clover 850 it 900 No2II 750 800 FOULTHV Springers por Ib M 10 Fryers 10 rr 12 8tRoosters 4 Turkey hens S TomllII G DucksII G Eoos Fresh near by U II000II0 HIDES Wot salted 6 a 7 II No dry salt U Il 10 II Bull fi C Lambskins 40 rr 60 61IIWootrUnwashedmralittm 16 r 17 Washed long 21 2 Tub washed 2l l 25 FEATHERS Gee now nearly white J2 to average 31 rr JO Duck colored to white 28 j 35 Chicken white no quills Hi Turkey body dry 12 15 State Colored Teachers Associa lion The Colored Teachers Association mot in Berun July 3 1 and 5 Rev J EIVoa1of Danville presiding There were about fifty delegates in attendanceThe session of tho convention mot at 730 Wednesday night in tho College Chapel Tho address of welcome by Prof Dodge was responded to in a very happy vein by Prof J II Garviu of Winchester President Frost of Rvrea College addressed tho Associa tion in n speeds of about thirty min tiles duration Pros Frost in tie address emphasized tho fact that Borea College stands today as muchcom mitted to and in sympathy with the coeducation of tho races as it over was ProI Dodge in his address of welcome hind fcpokou at some length Ux n this same matter Luck of space forbids detailed report of tho convention Tho members in atten dance considered this mooting the moat successful anti enjoyable of anv in tho history of tho Association Of tho delegates attending eight wore graduates of He fen College and ton others had boon students in tho in stitution Prof F L Williams of Danville n graduate of Boron class of 80 was elected President of the Association for time ensuing year Wo must not fail to mention Prof Goo W Carver of Tuskcgeo Normal and Industrial institute who was a visitor at tho Convention Mr Carver is Professor of Agriculture in Tuskcgoo Institute nnd that ho was highly np predated was evidenced by tho fact that ho was called upon for at least four speeches during tho meetings Prof Carver is a revelation Thurs lily night tho Association was enter tained at a banquet in Ladies Hall given by Borca College A delightful repast was partaken of followed by a feast of n asou and low of soul About Hovenlyfivo persons wore at tho table Pros Frost was toast master and excelled in tho office Thin responses to the toasts were ex collont and wo wish wo could spoak of thom in detail but must content ourselves by saying thoy wore each one bent 11 A Lame a former student of Boron favored tho company with the recital of an original poem How Culfeos Mother Saved Shack This poem wo expect to give to TilE CITIZEN readers in a short timo Tho Convention adjourned sine die Friday 1030 am- Soldiers Picnic Circular announcements aro being sent to soldiers of tho Civil War liv ing at Beron or in the vicinity a soldiers picnic for Wed July 17 It will be hold on tho grounds of Prof L V Dodge at Berea where the do delightful gathering of last year took place The hour for gathering is set at 0 n oi All widows of comrades are also invited Such provisions for tho table us may bo convenient will bo welcomed Mosdames Dodge Ramsey and Hanson are the table committee flogUSunday1V privatesCoNoah Smith and D C Smith of Mc Koo Co I 41 Reg V L arrived Tuesday These nil enlisted hero about twenty mouths ago Charlie Berger Caught in an Elevator and Crushed to Death A letter from a lady in Allegheny Pa to President Frost contained tho following clipping Charles Borger aged 18 years a hell boy at the Hotel Schenley was crushed to death in an elevator shaft at 1030 last night Berger who had been employed but five days ago was sent to answer a call on the third floor He took tho elevator and when he attempted to get off his clothing or his shoo caught in the brass fret work and ho was crushed between tho cage and the walls So great was tho pressure that the brass work was bent out several inches The noise was plainly heard and Manager Blanchard accompanied by Col A1 Logan hastened to the scene of the accident They oxtri cated tho body and had it sent home Borger who lived at No 15 Library Place Allegheny had made himself quite a favorite among guests of the hotel despite the short timo ho had been employed there Wo all knew Charlie Berger He was a good boy and wo have reasons to believe him Safe in the arms of Jesus Tho accident occurred July 2 and tho funoral was July 5 Disastrous prairie fires are report ed from different parts of Kansas Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again and our should keep up Collegeisbringeducation homesWe can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents llnsey SO cents well matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted preferredFor information address JOSEPHINE ExchangoBerea Estray Notice I have at my place two miles south of Berea one stray horse about 15 hands high color bay white feet star in forehead barb wire marks on loft side J W BRATOUEB TO THE DEAFA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 1314 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Ave nuo New York 620 02 Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades WSffiS35 tend us 212 rant stamps and we will mill you n knife the exnct site of this picture It hug blade anti retail generally at cU but to get you to try them we will send you one for 43 ctt or 212 cent slimpII Your wile want a lr of SHEARS We mall her a pair flUI inch razor steel for cu tr 30two ct stamps We have an 80 page- illustrated Catalogue we will mall you free If you uk for II Address MAILER I OROSII CO 00 AiUni St Toledo Olio and mention The Cltlien KELLOGG WITHENBDRY Wholesale Grocersr Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment COOL CLOTHES I Splendid assortment of Stylish Flannel Suits Skeleton Serge Silk Lustre and Alpaca Coatsjust the things to keep you cool on hot days and priced so you can save And youll find in our store the largest and most uptodate lines of Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Belts Gloves Hosiery Hats Shoes and everything else needful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come back again COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Bags Suit Cases etc T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections And ReAl EstAte A Specialty E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky WANTEDcapable reliable person In every Urge company of solid Gain chat reputation tJ36 salary U perdayabwluteiysureandallexpen- Ka bonaflde definite salary no com mlulon salary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week STANDARD nOUSE SMDKARBORX ST CHICAGO 900Salary Men and women of good address to represent lorloeattablishredhouseto secure pleasant permanent position and liber al income orUllant lines Write at once STAFFORD PRESS 23 Church St New Raven Conn 926 Every Business needs GOOD PRINTING And we can do it at a rea sonable price HeadedLetterHeads Envelopes Business Cards etc etc If so write for prices STUDENTS JOB PRINT Berea Ky Ky A handfull of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right lens fitted That Is Just where the skill of an optician comes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be sure of getting the right glass es and will have pleasure and satisfaction in wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky Years in And out of all the sots of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making tho abest set of teeth in the world for f750 and if detects show in 3ve years we give you a new set free This applies to all the tooth I have made or am going to the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Buildingnext door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students JUNE FURNITURE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before We have the goods and will certainly meet your views as to pricesIHardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain prices during tho month Everything in tho Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We invite all our Berea Friends andall Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purohllSost SPECIALTY SHOE BARGAINSATURDAY DOUGLAS CRUTCflER- Richmond Three Richmond maker SALE tH NNtfNt Mens Tan Shoes 500 Shoes for 350 400t1 44 300 350 200 30041 175 Mens BlackBox Calf Blucher Shoes 300 going ndat 250 Come early and get your size Only a lim ited quantity on tC k7 cA1 Jand Fall is the Time to Study Fall Term Opens September 11 1901 1 rt t J =a tafrt i THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read THE CITIZEN brings first of 111 the newsnot every tale crime or horror but the im portant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for housewives a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important natters and pass them around xmong our readers The resources of Berea College are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at anytime step into the largest College library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by TilE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Everyweek it will tell them somethingworth knowing TilE CITIZEN is pledged tone party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask allwho believe in these things O subscribe for THE CITIZEN Madison County Mormon Elders are working in and around Brafsfield According to the Auditors report the per raptia of the school fund in this county for the year will be 250 Mrs Frances Adams of Waco was taken to the asylum at Lexington last Thursday also Lucy White a colored woman of College Hill Robt E Little city editor of the Pantograph has severed his connec tion with that Journal and has gone to Hendereonville N C to reside The Fiscal Courts of Madison and Garrard counties have let the con tracts for a new bridge at Paint Lick to the Mt Vernon Bridge Co of Mt Vernon 0 On July 4 at Panola B Kindred shot and instantly killed George Garrett at Valley View Reuben Hill shot Grant Coates in the forehead in flicting a serious wound at Mallory Springs John Webb was accidently shot in the thigh Miss Della Fisher daughter of the late T M Fisher of Richmond died Sunday at tho home of her sister Mrs H B Hogg in Richmond Miss Fisher was an estimable cul tured Christian lady and filled the professorship of Latin in Gretniesboro College North Carolina Bob Blythp and old offender lately released from the Knoxville Tonn penitentiary and at one time an in mate of the Stale penitentiary at Frankfurt was arrested Saturday lest on a charge of breaking into the store of Uolla Harris at Peytontown and robbing the maijs Harris store is where the post office is kept Next Wednesday will he the Soldiers Picnic to le held on the grounds of Prof L V Dodge Widows of soldiers will be welcomed The LourI for gathering is 9 a m IEXPERIENCE a TRADE MARKSI Anrona ending a dotes and docrlldion real quickly ftjirortjtln our iiiiiiHtii ta H prolntlr pMniiUMa Omimunln- illoimtrlcllroomldenllil llMitibonk all alenla- sent rrea t fleet apruey for rurtiiiM IaUnu Uteri iliruuith Jluim ID rocelri- Ijxrkil twttce without charge la the Scientific JlmerltalIhtniliiomrlr Illnitraled weakly lareeit cir culation of anr ioleiilldo Journal 9erma3ayea four month Sold bj all newsdealer Yorkstanch LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh bread at Bicknell Earls J W Cope left Saturday for Ham Ilton 0- Miss Mamie Hanson is seriously it at her home Prof II M Jones loft Monday for Jacksonville III Joe Adams and family has moral near Silver Creek Messrs Rawlings and Blazer were at Panola MondayeMiss Lucy Hayes will teach the Silver Creekschool Chas R Ovorley has returned from a three months sojourn in Mexico Mrs A T Fish has been quite ill but is much improved at this writing Kitt Witt of Kingston attended the dedication of the Baptist Church Mrs E H Burke in visiting the family of Richard Kimbrell at Blue LickMrs B Coddragton left Friday for a visit with her brother at Greenfield OhioMr and Mrs Harry Prather war here Sunday visiting Mrs Prather- parents Miss Letha Williams was married July 3 to Mr Robert F Johnson of Butler Ky W N Hanson of Winchester is at the bedside of his sister Miss Mamie Hanson01Ogg is visiting relatives and making photographs at Doylesville this county Oscar A Dixon salesman for J Bacon Sons Lou lnille is here on a business trip R B Woodford left Tuesday for Manchester where ho expects to teach this summer Mrs Sam Deatherage is visiting her daughter Mrs Frank Smith of Hoopeston 111 Miss Ida Azbill who has a position in Okloua Miss is visiting her cousin Mrs N E Davis The new firm of Powell Richard son are now located in their new building on Main Street Miss Nannie Bales will teach at Rockford Rockcastle Co She expects td begin Monday J L Gay has withdrawn from the race for the nomination for the office of Justice of the Peace of this district Prol Henry L iJoltwood Principal of High Schools of Evaston III ar rived Tuesday for an extended visit to BereaThe city school began Monday with Mrs R B Woodford as principal and Miss Mary Merritt assistant W A McCuneof the State Agri cultural College of Michigan has ar rived to succeed Mr Teeters as farm G Kilgorw of Louisville traveling salesman for W B Bel knap Co and wife are visiting Mr and Mrs S E Welch Mrs Rains of Lebanon Ky mother of Mrs Wm Robe and daughter are visiting Mr and Mrs Robe on the mountain Mr and Mrs H M Aulick of De Mossville Ky have boon visiting their son Rev H F Aulick pastor of the Baptist Church Mrs EnoH Kimbroll nf near Kings ton called in and ordered the CITIZEN sent to her brother 0 M Jones of Claremont mad a former student at BereaJ Teeters and family left Satur day morning for Garrott Ind whero they will bo with home folks for several days From there they go to Weisor Idaho On Wednesday night at the prayer meeting at the Baptist Church Rev T J Hudson gave some of his ex periences as missionary in China and told of his escape from the Boxers ECONOMIST STOVES AND RANGES econ omize fuel time and temper while they are lavish in comfortgiving as well as healthpromoting cooking qualities Bicknell Early Berea KyMrs Nell Pike McColIum wife of B H McCollum died in Chicago on July 7 The funeral was held at Genera 0 yesterday Mr and Mrs McColIum graduates of the class of 83A delightful social was given Tuesday evening by Miss Nina King at her home on Center Street in honor of her guest Miss Nannie BaleHI Those present were Misses Rachel and Mattie Bales Minerva CopeI Fannie Morris and Allie Fowler Mesare MoNutt Tosh Simmons VanWinkle Preston Flannery andI Luak r 31x HE WANTS A TOGA Comptroller Dawes Will Enter 1Illinois Senatorial Race RESIGNED HIS PRESENT POSITION Ml KealRiintlon llniuled to the Pnje Ident Shortly Deforn the Sutler Started Fur Cuntoti Will Tnk Kf feet Oct 1 Record as Conipl roller of Currency Witsliliiglnii New Washington July GIn order that he may bo tree and untrammclcd by official duties In tho raco for senator In Illinois Charles a Dawes has tendered to the president his rcalpnn tlon an comptroller of the currency t take effect Oct Mr Uawcs enter upon his olllclal duties Jan 18U8 succeeding James Eckles and his term would not have expired till Jan 1 1903 When Mr Dawes entered tho office of comptroller ho was immediately confronted by tho situa tion In the Chestnut Street National bank of Philadelphia Ho found necessary In thin Interest of the recd itors of tho bank to oppose the gen erkl plan of a reorganization commit tee formed by prominent citizens of Philadelphia and for a time ho was folsto creditors of the bank a lien on other property from which they probabl- will realize over 1000000 lie frequently expressers himself as In favor of prompt action when convinced that the public Interests required action nt all and acted on his principle noto by In tho recent case of tho Seventh National bank of New York Upon entering oRlco tho fag ends largely of tho national bank failures of tho 1893 panic were still undisposed of During the last four years bo col lected 25000000 cash from these assets covering all kinds of property One of his first orders after enter ing office stopped tho practice ot tbo employment of national bank exam Inors for tho private examination of banks Early In his term ho made rule levying a second assessment upon stockholders of Insolvent banks where tho first assessment had been less than the law authorized and bo cabAl t bed tho practice of rebating to stockholders such portions of the prior assessments as was determined by further liquidation to have been excessive under the law Comptroller Dawes also organized a system of con solidation of Insolvent banks In tho last stages of liquidation In the Inter Bata of economy so that at this time 87 receiverships aro being administered by two receivers with greatly reduced expenses Ho also has uni formly hastened the liquidation of In solvent banks- Owing to the passage of the law of March 4 1900 the national bank system of tho country has greatly In creased During his administration he has created 775 banks Tbo num ber of national banks now under his supervision is 4004 having assets of fG630794387 One of the most prominent features of his administration has been his annual reports to congress Ho camo to office at n time when too monetary system of the country was a subject of general Interest and tho arguments he advanced In his reports became the subject of widespread discussion by tho press and financial journals of tho United States and England He argued against bank asset currency under our present national bank system and opposed with vigor the Idea of a prior lien of tho noteholder over th edepos Itor upon assets of Insolvent banks During his term ho prepared a very complete list of statistics relating to banking In the United States Was She Masquerading Parkersburg W Va July 9EllisGlenn the woman who It is alleged masquerading as a man forged notes for 1400 over the names of George and Vesta Hoover is on trial hero It Is believed much difficulty will bo found In securing a jury owing to tho widespread Interest which has been taken In the case The prosecu tion says that the proof of a forgery will bo easy but It will not bo so easy to prove that tho woman who has spent the last 18 months In jail la tlo forger The prisoner says she Is not tho E n Glenn who Is supposed to have committed the forgory but she admits having attempted to save a twin brother In Illinois by masquer ading as a man She depends on her sex to prove her Innocence When convicted In Illinois for forgery her sex was discovered at the penlten tiary and sho was delivered to tho sheriff hero for the Hoover forgeries On the Carpet Manilla July 9IL Phelps Whit marsh governor of Itcnguct province has been ordered by the Philippine commission to come to Manilla and submit to an Investigation owing to the allegations that ho has been using his position to personal advan tage In acquiring land and mining rights from tho natives Ho Is charg ed with indiscretion and violation of his Instructions The commission par ticularly Instructed Governor Whit marsh to cultivate friendship and protect the Interest of the Igarotos who suffered from Spanish extortions and exploitations Victims of Barnum Show Wreck Berlin July 8 William Smith C H elton John Waldson William Waldson and John Smith have suc cumbed to Injuries received In the accident to the train bearing Dornum A Baileys circus at Dcuthon upper Bile sin David Adam George Illart Stephen Brott Lea Bcno and C H Thum who are among the Injured Ilo In a dangerous condition In the hospital at Beuthen Much damage resulted to Uae show property e PALBE COUNT Married as Amrrlc lan women anil Then Deserted Her Paris July LCount Robert de Pomercu deputy of tho department ot Seine Inferlol and mayor of Heron near Rouen has received a decree from a French court declaring ho was never married to n woman named Liz zy narrler It appears that at tho beginning of this year Count do geese area received a letter from Lizzy liar rice In which limo writer claimed con fugal rights and reproached him with abandoning his wife and their baby Count do Pomcrou Investigated tho matter and found that Lorry harrier had been Induced to merry In Now York Jan 28 1892 an adventurer who used the namo of Count Robert do Pomorcu Confronted with the real wasdTho day of the marrlago In Now York of the harrier woman nail tho Impostor tbo real Count do Pomnrou was at Heron In Normandy where In his capacity of mayor ho rend the marriage ceremony for two villagers authentictadventurer who posed as tho French count but nothing Is known of her real husbands whereabouts To Fight the Standard Houston Tex July GCharters were tiled at Austin for the Houston 011 company with a capitalization of Lumberycompany capitalized at 10000000 Tho first named has been organized to handle oil produced In the Texas field and la primarily Intended as a com petltor of the Standard 011 company first In Texas and afterward In the domestic and export trade The company will tako over tho holdings vf John H Kirby In the oil belt of cast Texas embracing moro than 1000000 acres heavily timbered with longleaf yellow pine The company has sold to the Kirby Lumber company 8000000 000 feet of timber The timber com pany has acquired ownership of soy eral big companies located In east Texas and has options on a number theacompanies aro separate and embrace eastern and Texas capitalists Pierre Lorillard Dead New York July 8Plerre Ixirlllnrd died Sunday afternoon at tho Fifth Avenue hotel where he was taken July 4 upon his arrival from England Mr Lorlllards recent severe Illness dated from Juno 20 Ho was In Hug land and went to his lodge at Ascot hoping to see his horse David Garrlck win tho gold cup He was stricken with an uraomlc chill and was sick n week Ho was advised to conic to America and boarded the Diiiitnch land but his condition bccamo graver each moment Ills physician Dr Kit roy told him that ho did not think ho would live to go to New York but the magnate Insisted that ho would It was never thought since his arrival that ho would recover The funeral will occur Wednesday from Granq church interment at Greenwood Failures For Six Months New York July Duns report says Commercial failures during tho first halt ot 1901 numbered 5579 with liabilities of 580IG90 against 5332 last year for 74745752 In manufacturing there wero 1205 defaults with 2169 048 liabilities whllo 41X9 traders failed for 24804207 Tho Improvement over the preceding year was most strlnklng In brokerage and banking Insolvencies which were 9 200435 and 16839554 respectively against 22124346 anti 25822682 last year This f tho moro noteworthy because tha violent agitation in Wall street during May was calculated to cause serious disturbance and the last week In Juno brought other failures Ihrritp pndlr iii speculation and poor banking methods Glorious Fourth Accidents Chicago July GA census taken by a Chicago paper shows that this year there were 19 persons killed by Fourth of July accidents against 30 last year 1611 Injured compared with 1325 last year and loss by firo resulting from fireworks less than last year tho ag gregate being about 60000 In tho United States Once More the Old Story Indianapolis July 5Miss May Harding 20 was burned to death In a farmhouse three miles west of tho city She tried to start a fire with coal oil while alone In tho house and her clothing was Ignited ThQ house was entirely consumed and only the bones of the young woman were found In the ruins Declined by Herrick Cleveland July 5 Regarding tho rumors which connect his name with tho United States ambasnailornhlps to both Italy and Russia Myron T Her rick stated that bo bad been offered his choice of these positions a year ago and had declined to accept them and would not accept now Kicked to Death Marietta 0 July 3Davld F Boothby 65 of Macksburg this coun ty was kicked and Instantly killed by a vicious horse Ho was engaged In hitching the horse to a buggy and when In a stooping attitude the ani mal kicked him In the forehead crush Ing his skull White Son Suicided Syracuse N Y July 9 Frederick D White son ot the ambassador to Germany Andrew D White commit ted suicide Ho had been suffering from neurasthena Ho went to a bath room at his home and shot himself In the head with a rifle Torpedo Boat Exploded Cadiz Spain July GDuring pray tice a torpedo boat exploded killing an officer and two sailors and injuring 17 others Many of the latter were dreadfully mutilated Sw y TO GET GOOD ROADS NARROW ROADS AND WIDE TIRES SOLVE THE PROBLEM Mlltlarr lllKhvrari of the Old no man Were Made Jfnrroiv Wrnr Better and Cheaper to BuildWide Hand More Huacrpllble to lint It Lodlan writing In The Motor Ago on The Roads of the World declared that he has reached time conclunlon that broad tires and narrow roads are the key to the good roads problem It stands to reason ho says that If a road Is narrow It In self wearing even It is far faro economical to build quicker to construct mud winter lo main lain when It neodn looking after Wo see proofs of this In our own country districts narrow roads that are nl most hand ndnnmnt whllo the wide roods are often muck furrows Continuing Mr Lodlun writes Au tomobiles may lie neon running over road III Italy that were constructed moro than 2000 yearn ago tint mlf same rondx btinilreilM of miles long over which the Roman legion tmrniHd flushed with victory over which Kt Paul walked and over which time French troop so rciMMitcdly marched In till early Part of the century junt imwrntl And through all hone ages of remit rlea the roads have urnrtv felt the touch of repair In tact most of them lucre never repaired during 2000 years of exlste nee dimply IMIIIUHI they have never nettled repair When the Roman built their splen did military mad they mill them on a sort of stir repairing prlnclplo that In they built them narrow enough to compel tmflle to went then down evenly for theme what seats to modern narrowness of the old Roman rumln hu often been a matter of remark Tlio real object of this nnrruwncM I have never yet MHII slated III nay ex position on sad engineering other than the MIR liclng advanced of econ coy mid rapidity of cimMrtirtlon dint I learned till real motive during trav els In Italy In IMU12 We all know that a whir sad is only too liable to In worn Into ruts The wider It is till non ruin U will de grade late unlvs nlmrply Imiknl after have neon mum niilimil iiimlo ri smuts III Siberia n iimrter of n nili v our but such n nolle ton of rntal tin the other hand during travel In the Moittin to public I have neeii narrow tit IJ feet natural nmilo roads riiiiuiuu ihnmuli a mandiy country nlimwt na hnnl roiiitnct anti mnooth nit some of the nft phnlled Ktrcvin of Now York Paris or Ilorlln Thotio nada In Mexico to which I refer had on either ulilo of them the quick mud country In Kipular Inn guage this country la termed quick sends but like a good many outer things popular this is erroneous Tho rnrth la literally a quick mud a tena clans clay and sticks like glue to tits clothing If you happen to sink a foot Into It on did the writer Among rail road engineers thin quick mud II known an gypsum and to handle the treacherous ground properly has teen a problem In track construction 80 In Mexico the traffic being forted to con fine Itself In the quick mud country to n 12 foot gauge has In the course of years haiuiuenM out a track aa hard as a first class French highway Now till Romana built their 2000 year lasting highways purposely liar row so that the roads should Iw self repairing nelf mending or welt wear lug even or what ciprvwilon jri u like to npply to n road which automatical ly so to speak keeps Itself In good order for a couple of millenniums Sluice the old Romans never extended their coiiqueata to America we are not powicMod of any remains of their roads but the trawler In moat parts of Europe will see thciii You will even find them ns far north as old Scotlnalncc the republic extended Its conquest even unto Caledonia Aec tlonal view of n Roman road shows that the successive layers of material user In their construction consisted of first loose toned ly feet thick next stones and limp thrvefoiirths of a toot thick then cemented brick and tube debris onehalf foot thick the whole topped by basalt blocks one foot thick The Roman road la not n French road nor a metal road nor one of Mticnd nuns but so far aa the surface la con cerned a substantial solid stone or rock wearing surface mantle thicker and rendered more permanent than oven the thickest flagstone sidewalks In ICnrope or America ever were The loose stone undcrlaycra rendered drainage excellent Can It won dered at that these ancient Roman highways are still today almost as per feet as two millenniums ago Just think of It hundreds of miles are still In good order without having as be fore utaleu felt the touch of repair lIe may follow one of these rock stone highways till It suddenly runs to witt In a cornfield or smiling vine val Icy He may be Informed that It bo likes to trudge across five or six miles of cross country land under cultivation hu will pick up the stone highway again The Interregnum space of road has l ecn torn upnobody knows when for rite construction of forts or houses Even the peasants used to tear up the roads for the take of the llngHtoncs when they wanted materials for their houses or mills But nil that was stopped long ago In a few places the torn up gaps have been replaced with metal roads which have required more looking after and repairs In two years titan have the old roads of tho republic In 2000 By metal road it may be necessary to explain Is not meant a road of any metallurgical properties or coverings but the kind of broken stone used for final usually rolled Into the surface This metal or rather mineral la generally the common grayish blue tints visible on railways laying clala to ttwutanl reek ballast tow I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JULY 14 rt Teat of the Loa flea Ill 11S- Memorr Vera II IB lolden Te l num v i Commentary Prepared by th Rev U M Shears OopJtUbl bf American Imt AdIUon 1B Thin le our introduction to the great enemy of God anti man that old serpent the devil and satan Rev ill III xx 2 tho prince of tide world the prince of the power of tho air the spirit that now workcth In tilt children of dis obedience John xlr 30 lipu II 2 Hn would come lietweon God and man bn would break up their fellownhlp and rob tuna of hll luherltanco and to ilo Isle hw come In the guise of a friend lining the wisest and perhaps the fairest of all the beasts of the Odd II his medium for It U evident from verso 14 that It wax something new end tho result of tho cure for tilt serpent to upon hll belly and eat dust From thlp chapter to Rev xx we Htti the devil In ctmlllct with God slid man yet tolerateil by God until the hue shill come to put him In the pit nail later In the plan prepared for hlllltle lake of tire Wo are taught to renlnt him to give him uo plan to tand against him t1 Pet v fI Kph Iv 1- tl 11 but wo cannot well do title If wa are Ignorant of hli device Therefore we are here and elsewhere merle ace quainted whim him and his way that wa may recoicnlie him and resist him and overcome him with the hleld nf faith and the Nwonl of the Spirit even II our Lord Hlmwlf did In till wilderness In his lint worded utlernnrv Yea path God nld7 wo sea that bit questions the word of God and when any omit from that day to this iiicllon the word of Gal he III for tho time being In the service of the devIL lie questions the love of led suggesting to tho woman that If God loved them lie would not kiwi from them even tho fruit of one tree OH In the company of and listening to tin adrernary the women quickly ie cities deceived and blinded and led story She nude to the word of GnJ vets 3 sail actually seems to think that her evil comiwlor is right and Gal wrong and she desires the fruit which now scenic to her m pleasant sadshe took It and ate It and save It also to her husband and he ate It Titus by hue man sou entered Into tho world and death by sin sod by this dlmliedlencu nf me ninny were tussle shatters Rum 12 Their fellowship with Gal was broken they were afraid of Him and ought to hide from prim they lout their glorious garment of light and nude for IbeiiiMlve sa a nul lltuto apron of fig leave All to their Mm clothed with light they were made In the Image of Gale and Ill rlv 2 says that God cover HlniMlf with light as with a garn This doe not cotifilct with Urn II 25 for as to putting on clothes they were Baked How seemingly small lint how great sad farrcarblng their pin affect hie all mankind for In Adam all die I Cor xv 22 0 And tIn lent Owl called unto Adam and pall unto hits Where art hour The fiat recorded ipiestiou of God la Scripture shows Him to us seeking tha lout that He may forgive and restore them It was evidently llrutaiu to walk sad talk familiarly with Adam and Eve hi Eden but a chance nuts over man bccaune of sin and we have the sad- and sorrowful eight of the mature seek Imt to hide from his loving Creator Mens sin only maker more manifest tie love and lifeline of God end wo se Him who afterward came to earth a noel nastiest la thn lleh to nerk and save tho lout for every manlfoatl of noel Is through ills Hon John 18 lovingly sr king ills erring ones lie still doing this and Iiii question to each one still Whero art thou Happy are those who can gratefully reply la Christ redeemed by lib preclou bloocLI10111 Tho man the woman and the serpent each art brought before Him sad Ho pronounces judgment upon the serpent time woman and the man but la ills word to the serpent Ho tell of a crating deliverer In lhls verve 10 we lave tho new birth enmity with the dull the conflict between the unrighteous and thu rights tip such and her seed the humanity of tin Saviour tho weed of the ffoman Ills sufferings thou shelf bruise lila hlI HI divinity anti trio rlon victory Ho shall bruise thy bead at leant r fivefold abundant IItahpltDtIpf the itreat redemption In the sentence upon Adam thin earth Is Included and Ihoru and thUtle grow a 1 a result of the curse Thus the creation stn made nbject to vanity not willingly it had no voice nor choice In tho matter sad It shall yet be delivered and made to re jolco In tho liberty of tlio glory of the children of God Rom Till 20 21 for our Lord wore a crown of thorns and tho curse shall In duo tlmo be removed from tbo earth line xxll 3 Aa a re suit of tho work of Christ the wholo earth shall yet bo fillet with rlgbteou Doss and ponco anti the glory of thin Ixml Nunn xiv21 InnxlO Halt 1114 IM xxxil117 If wo would see and share this glory io must bo able to say from tho heart at least the first four clauses of lea Ill 10 and we cannot do thl unless wo pea the significance of verse 21 of thislGen III and profit by It See then Lori Joel with HI own hand by the bedding of tbo blood of tho Mcrlllct providing redemption clothing for Adam and Eve typical of tho garment of sal vation which Ho has provided for us by Ills great sacrifice taking our place and dying In our lead Attain and Eve with their fig leaf aprons represent all Mr Den In their sins having nothing hut their own morality It any or fancied righteousness which If they cling to aro hike those In Rom x 8 The Lord Ood UlniRclf without any help train mortai provides tho righteousness Ho demaml and offer It freely to all who are willing to drop their fig leaf aprons Rom ilia 24 vIII 1 x n Eden was preserve f after man was driven from It and we have every reason to believe that It ron tinned till tho deluge The flaming word point on to Zech xlll 7 and to Golgotha where the sword was satbifleii and tho way opened to enter peradiseeTile cheruhjn tell of tho future glory ho redeemed when the whole earth shal be an Eden See their song la Rev v 10 Slaw Adam was driven from Eden no one has been bora In Eden and till only way Into It la by hint against whoaa be sword awoko In chapter Iv wo have tho two religions set forth In Cala eel Abelmans way of self rlghteoaweri and bringing what ho calls his beat and Gods way of patting away ala by seep atisptedWebtIgo JS Dedication of baptist Church and Ordination of Pastor H F Aulick ForsevoratyearsthoBaptlst Church of tide place ban boon laboring under a debt andat last through the earnest efforts of Ifllor Aulick it has heltn paidand lat Sunday till church was dedicated TUB Rev J T Bow D D Secre tary of tho Stnto Mission Board of Kentucky Baptists pnmthcd the dodication sermon Tho chinch rained 130 for fiirnihhing tbo build- Ing Through the kindmvw of friendH many beautiful flowers wore furnished for decorations Monday afternoon till council eon HiHtiugof Rovs J T Bow D Louisville R R Noel Stanford W II Kyids Richmond T1 Hud son Cliinii T C Rctoii Jeorgetown L VShopheniCrnbOrcinalIJn- ukwrighl LouNvillo II llutficld R L KniiiHity E L Morgan W B McGitrity London was called to ox aiiiino Pastor Aulick for ordination Ho wa re4iie UMl to rllIt hill con version his cull to the ministry and explain Ins Ixiliof to Inspiration of ScripltirH Depravity lloxi of Snlvn lien tlm Atonement Kegeneration UIlIeutollCC Ilim of Salvation nith JiiMtilicHtlou Final Iremrvntiou of SninlH Sanctiluation Iliiplimu Lords Supper MiMioiiM Final Stnto of Wickod tho Kitvod and 1jwtoral Support Tbo Council unanimously recom mended to the church to proeoed with the ordination and nt 8 pm tbn following program was carrot out Irwycr R T Rttiimoy Scripturo Heading K L Morgan Prayer P Coukurighl Charge to tho Church T W Shepherd Clmrgo to the 1uMtnr W H McUnrily Presen tation of Hibln It It Noel Ordain lug Prayer T C IJctoii Benediction liy Pastor Tim chureh thoM freo front debt with n pastor for full linio and an enlhiisiiulicinemlHTwliip NIle upon Its liiiuhtott tieriod of proHioritv Other Locals J W VnnWInkltt and Stan and Kvuritt loft Satimlay for Cincinnati to shawl tho 0 E Con vention Everitt eipeclH In visit friend at Pwbliw 0 whila away IVRITT Fn doin front dirt or or adullcnitiiig matter clean yhtwj purity of food Standard unty Flour for rude Hicknell nUll Early fills the above bill The midweek pray or sorvlco of bait chinch of llereH will held at 7H tonight TIM ill1fI in tenMing report fart till riirmlinn Endeavor Convention hold in Cincinnati this wwk lev H F Aulick pnnlor of Ibn Baptist Church will iiiku n vacation of two or tbrtu workN lint ban iir rangisl for regular morning nnd even lug Nervicon each Snlilmlh during his abnouco Mrs leo Ames bad the mNfortine to fall into ihs well at her lioiim Tile mlay evuning lint wo aio glad to learn that shs roccivt1no mirioiH injuries The covering of the well gave way letlng her down into tin water which was not very deep and slut WON rescued by neighbora who rtiHhed to ln r aKmulancn Silver Plale that Wears No Substitution to one of the things 011 make sure of in buying from nt Knives Forks Spoons etc stamped 1847 Rogers Bros we vm and will furnish you We IIhal- ltlot try to make you think some other Rogers is Just as Rood or will wear Just as long 1847 U the cknonledicd original nw genuine and m III lotion I are bound to be poor substi utes you know It We know It Incidentally let us state that the late tv es which we are now allowing are far- upcrlor to anything before prcxluec- dquoUllIgsterting in design and finish it would be indeed to improve the wearing quality in silver plate Come ia- asu see them T A ROBINSON- OPTICIAN JEWELER Welchs Block Berea Kentucky J t t RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem utested From the Teaching at All Denomlautlon- Illghteous wss never deserts Its friends Truth Is loyal to those who love herltov Frederick K Hopklna Congregatlnunllst Chicago Clirlnllstnllr and Women Christianity puts the crown of glory on womans brow and exalts her to a throne of loving dominion In every land where Christianity In dominant Itov Dr Robert 8 MacArthur nap tint NOW York The Choice Young Han He Is the choice young man who con tent with his InconsplciiouHncHH Isi uono the less like a city that lleth four square physically mentally socially and spiritually Hev F Fox Con gregatlonallst Chicago The Only Great TTCC The world none too greatly In Icvo with our churches It knows what we ought to know that the only service of God that counts here or anywhere else tA the service of men Her fronds II Ilowley ItaptlRt Iloston The Church la America The church of Joel In our land Is a great llghthoiiHC a mighty well of de fense a vast fructifying river with Its many tributaries carrying blessing to all parts of our land Itcv T 11 Ach csnn Irmbyterlan Denver Flrat WhUprri or Undrlnu Icaci Gusts coinfortH are the first whlnXrs of undying peace He patient be tutu till lx not despairing lint set upon your face an Hint agiilnHt the sin and trust In push and In his Christ Itev Kdmuud llurk Uplscopallan Philadel phiL Christ Religion Not a Theory The religion of Christ appeals to the righteousness truth aunt justice of any man who examine Into It It Is no blind theory TIlt whole of mans best nature risen up and acknowledges the JuMtlce lit ChrlHts claims Nov Dr Illce Presbyterian Atlanta A Drrorallan or flhamc It God were to decorate with a mill stone an n medal for dishonor those who caused little ones who believe In Christ to stumble how many would be surprised to find themselves thus decorated Kcv Dr C Thurgood Christian Church Plttsburg Helper of the Troth The railroad the telephone the ca ble the newspaper all these am the helpers of the divine evangel In that they make It ImpoMnlblc for wicked neHM to hide or for any tnnii to suffer wrong nod IHJ long unheeded by the Christian heart of the world Itev Dr Louis A Hank Methodist New York The World Need Christ The world needs a divine n supernat urnl Christ The first century hind a supernatural Christ nod crucified him but be rose again and ban been walk log across the centuries with ever lengthening strides The twentieth century must reckon with the first century Christ for he belongs to every century lie Is the seine yesterday today and forever Ilcv Dr Herbert E FOM Methodist Philadelphia Caaae sad Effect It le nl childish to look for holiness when we have not provided the cause as tor bushels of wheat to the acre from an unsnwed unplowed field Goo Iliiesii Is mi effect which has a cause that works under law aa accurately os n stone falls to tile earth under the power of gravitation and whose rate of Increase le as computable as the nteed of the stones descent Itov Dr Tennis B Ilamlln Church of the Cov chant WashingtonLife Life II a great sounding board It gives black to us what wo do and say It Is a vast mirror looking Into whlcb we wo ourselves Good things give themselves to us as we give ourselves to them What wo are tn the objects and the people round us that are they unto us A mans surroundings reply and respond to what he says and what be don and especially to what ho Is Life portrays llfeHcv W T McEI veen Congregatlonallst Boston Do Not Syndicate Yoar Sorrow To Invomc old Is not necessarily to grow old There are young old peo ple Do not brood over the past The golden age Is In the future Forget nil the unhappy cxi erenco you have land Do not syndicate your sorrows nod worries Organize a trust and keep nil your miseries to yourself Uemrmber that there nre n thousand things In life to cheer ua to each one that tail sadden usRev Madison C Peters Baptist Brooklyn Personal Misfits The nine who ls afraid to do good or even to do right who hangs to his minimum and his meaunesa for tear the next generation will not be equal to Ida highest believes not In God dis trusts spirit represents tho only kind of fatalism Jut materialism tint are to be dreaded There will bo personal misfits In the future as In the past but history will go on a long tlnio after you and I are dead and It will take what Is worth while of us along with itItev Dr Jcnkln Lloyd Jones All Souls Church Chicago Let God Transform You For you Moved be this great gift the gift of everlasting usefulness JOt will endow you this moment Inexplica bly as he endows the cell germs with nil tho potentials and wonders of this great human life God will so mystc rlounly Infill theo with himself that from this moment thy life shall be n new life from what It has been and thy friends shall know theo as a differ ent person tho same by nome but ns ono transformed Into God likeness leaven wales earth waits bell waits your decision This heart may It bent Thou slialt have me 0 God If this be not thine answer then a demon shall have It Which shall It bo ReT 8 Edward Young Presbyterian When llnrrr Was the Fanhlon The following extract from the Lon don Tlmen of May 14 1801 give on Interesting picture of the good old days It Is now the high fashion to rut or at least to trot through tho streets nl n rate of six miles an hour A running walk Is absolutely neceasary for any young man who has the least pretension to ton You must loungo In n hurry and Haunter with expedition It Is nn old proverb the more haste the worst speed but Bond street dally shows us flue more hurry the less to do When we see our Idle youths rid Inc nice horses walking for wagers or boxing for tome we must agree with Horace that strcuua nos cxercct In ertia Ceanele Growth of the Ban The systematic examination of more thrum 401XNI pairs of human ear In Knulniid and France has resulted lo eone Interesting conclusions For one thing It Is ascertained that tho ear eonilniieH to grow in the later decades of life In fact It appears never to stop growing until death A woman who Suns xinnll shelllike rare at SO years of nge will lie very apt to posses medium Mixed ears at 40 years and large ean at 00 Saturday Evening Post A Pnasler Lady Passenger Do you know cap tain I have never rotes able to understand how you find your way across the ocean Captain Why by the compass Tho needle always taints to the north Ijuly Pnwnger Yes know but supiHislng you want to go south Glas sow Times The Same Old Cry wonder what Eve said when she found shut had to leave the garden of Eden wild Mr Gruniiln8 wife It was Just about what all women say when they are starting on a Jour nay She complained that stir didnt have a thing to wear Washington Star Wanted Her to rave the Beat Bell Itiilhir conceited Isnt he Belle Mould say He sold the belt was none loo p od for me and then he proposed Philadelphia Record MALCOM KIR- KA Moral Heroism In Overcoming the World By CHARLES M SHELDON Autharnf In lilt Stela CrurWrtonn Thfltp Strums Itulxrt llanSu Sntn Days Ooprlght by the Adrtore PublUhlnf Cb1 OOXT1TUED CHAPTER III A DEATH IN UIDOCEAlf When Jlalcom Kirk entered the lit the cabin room to which the steward lid him ho found the assistant surgeon of the steamer hemline over the figure In tho berth there A woman was sitting near by Tlio surgeon rose mail beckoned Kirk to step outside a moment You nre a clergyman Kirk nodded The surgeon looked at him as doubt fully as the toward had done but bo seemed satisfied at last Well you might as well know the woman has consumption She may last until we reach Liverpool and she may go before Sunday SIte ought never to have been allowed passage I can tell how that Is said the steward I noticed tho woman come on with her baby She looked as bright and pretty as any one Seemed strong and sat out on deck until wo left the dock Then she ClIme hero and wont to pieces Ive kllowoI one or two such before Thats true said the gravely Ill be back before midnight It will do no harm for you to see her lie spoke to park nod went away leaving hum standing somewhat awkwardly by the half open door The woman called In a taint voice and park went Iu Are you the clergyman she asked Yes replied Kirk simply Can 1 be of service to you 7 Do you want mo to prey with you The woman nodded Kirk kneeled nail the other woman who lund been acting as nurse bowed her mead It was the first time Maleom Kirk lied been called on to pray by the side of a dying person the first service he had ever paid to suffering and sorrow ing humanity when ho was asked to lake upon himself the burden nod the Joy of comfort Ills own life hind been free from physical weakness Ills own family hind moved away anti scattered when he was a lad and the death of both hit father and mother when ho was a child lad left no Impression on his early memory The situation therefore now Impress ed him strongly But the Impression was redeemed from painful egotism by his Intense lunging to be of help to this stranger When he hind told his seminary classmate that he loved peo pIe he land spoken one of the largest truths of his great hearted character So his prayer went out to tho God of nil comfort and It Is very certain that he touched the heart of that human hunger for divine compassion for when he finished she thanked him with a sob while the other woman made no attempt to conceal the tears that ran over her face She looked at Kirk as he rose with Increased respect Tie said a few words simply but cheerfully nUll then went out The woman who had been nursing followed him aid cloned the door a moment r Thank you for coming In It did her good Its a sad case Yes line she any relatives or friends on board No AH near us I have learned sho has a sister In London This sister hats been writing her for sore time to come hero Thin womans husband died a few weeks ago Since then who lime been supporting herself Iu Itostou by sewing Her baby 0 mouths old She sold a few things and with the help of her sister who aunt her a little money she bought a ticket and with a great effort reached the duck this aft ernoon The ships company did not know of liar condition orfhey certainly would never have Ier come on board That Is all I know of the case Of course wo will do all we can for her anti tilt baby now The sea air may bo a help to her after all The woman who spoke was only what sonic people cull a common person Kirk could see that Yet she was one of the great army of quiet un selfish women who give the world true definitions of the term motherhood She stepped to the door of her own room which was close by and beckon ed Kirk to look lu and see the baby IIo was sleeping In the upper berth and Kirk looked at him gravely won during what sort of future awaited that bit of humanity The woman shut time door gently and went back to the mother while Kirk retired to his own narrow quarters and In spite of the strange noises and the sights of tho ocean through the little round port ho was soon fast asleep after n prayer for blessing on nil who suffer and nil who are In trouble The next day the woman sunk rap idly Every one Iu the Intermediate cabin wanted to do something There was no lack of care for the baby Ev cry woman wanted to help Saturday the mother sank yet more rapidly but rallied us Is often the case and when the passengers gathered for a llttln service which Kirk was asked to lead she wanted her door left open so that she could sec and hear the singing betterThat was a novel experience for Kirk The Intermediate cabin was not crowded as It would be on the return voyage The passengers were mostly from want the English people middle classes Wo In America say the common people This means the people out of time plain ranks of labor not necessarily very poor often well read with love of homo and In most cases with a religious life that flows deep through narrow channels but Is always true In Its application to duty Kirk preached a simple sermon about Christ In his relation to the sea and those who live upon It lie touched on Christs love of humankind and his compassion for all sorts of trouble The sermon was easily understood It bcl od Kirk saw tears In many eyes Many of the passengers thanked him after he was through lie went In and prayed briefly with the sufferer And the day passed on slowly with an un wonted xalmness as Sunday on board hip at sea Is often The ocean was quiet The sun went down without a cloud about It and time sick woman seemed to rest easier as the lights were turned on and the great steamer with Its freight of human tragedy and Its uncoupled value of souls sailed untiringly on toward the old world Near morning the woman who was watching the sufferer sent for the sur goon He came down and Kirk who was wakened by an unusual noise heard him going by and rose and dress ed going out Into the large cabin The wind was roaring over the water and the vessel was beginning to rock for the first time since they left home We are In for a storm he heard one of the passengers say He steadied himself and walked down to the wick womans door and sat near waiting ex peclantly as If he knew he would be summoned In a moment time door opened and the surgeon looked out lie beckoned to Kirk who Instantly rose and went In The great change was coming Kirk had never seen any one die but he knew at once what the look on the face meant lie kneeled and time woman feebly opened her eyes He took the hand and prayed again and knew that she heard and under stoodWell see that your baby Is cared tort said Kirk very gently lies a fine lay and wo are going to pray that he tray grow Into a noble Christian man You dont have any fear to go do ou7 We have talked about that You can trust the love of Jesus You know ho has prepared a place for you 7 Sho could not speak but they all kuew she understood As the storm rose and the vessel began to pitch and toss under tho resistless grasp of the heaving humid of the tempest under It the woman neared her harbor of peace Awl she entered It gently Just as the gray dawn was creeping over the wa ter now lashed Into great sheets of Spray that went clear over tho decks and fell In torrents on tho hatchway A death on board ship In mldocean Is soon known by all the passengers Before noon every ono knew that there was an orphan baby In the Intermedl ate cabin The storm Increased as the tiny wore on Nearly every one was sick One after another of tho woven In the cabins gave up the strug gle and retired This was what led to an unexpected experience for Maleom Kirk The baby woke up and for the first time there was no one to take care of him The three women stewards were busy with their duties and ono o who had prepared the babysmhllk suddenly came up to Kirk who was standing by Ifisaid In great perplexity The women are all sick and we tare our hands full caring for them You can hold him all right cant yee Utfm tM bet baby you ern mr i J Ir By this time the baby had developed a good healthy cry that could be cad ly heard through the roar of the storm Kirk looked doubtfully at the stew ardessIm afraid Ill drop him he said Drop html A great strong man like youl said the woman whom Kirk was sure was laughing a little at Ills hesitation Hell ho all right as slam as ho has some dinner poor fellow Well bring him here then said Kirk desperately And the woman quickly brought out the baby and plac ed him In Kirks long armil If tho few passengers still In the din ing room land not been so miserable from approaching seasickness they certainly would have laughed at the eight of Maleom Kirk holding that baby IIo really tried to be as gcntlo with It as Its own mother ever was but It seemed to him that ho sprawled all over the cabin In his efforts to keep the baby where the woman said ho ought tobe But the tremendous storm was partly to blame for that Kirk braced his feet against the legs of the table and held on to the baby as If It was a life preserver The milk In the bottle was first In one end of It and then In the other Every time the baby missed getting It he cried with a vigor that made Kirk afraid ho would burst a blood verged or rupture his lungs Fl rally however matters were adjusted do that the babys hunger was satisfied and he dropped asleep In Kirks arms Kirk was so afraid to carry him over to the cabin where he had been kept that ho held him for nearly an hour Tho storm howled over the vessel and there was a remarkable confusion of all sorts of noises In every part of the steamer Kirk noticed however that time stewards and one or two officers who happened to pass through the cab In were unconcerned It will blow It self out before morning was the statement of the surgeon who come down In a lull of the tempest He laughed at the sight of Kirk and the baby But being a man with a baby of his own at home In Liverpool there was also a little moisture about his eye that waa not caused by the ocean spray Youll do man he said And the boy will make a fine sailor looks like Ho sleeps through the storm as If he were used to being rocked In the era die of the deep lint wo must be after looking up the other woman when we get across Yes yes said Kirk eagerly He had a long talk with the surgeon and next morning after the storm had subsided and they bad gone out to breathe the fine salt air Kirk had no difficulty In persuading the surgeon to keep the body of the mother and help In some way to get It to the sister In London Aye aye well arrange It all right The company will see to that But the expense of the rest man Cant you lee to It that the passengers do some- thIng for the baby to give him a start In lifer I had already thought of It sold Kirk and the fact revealed one of his great qualifications for the ministry Ill go up on the other deck and see the first cabin passengers about It The surgeon was a Scotch Irishman with a big heart He had Influence He really tried to bees pantiewith it at own mother ever was with tho purser and easily persuaded that gentleman to call the passengers together In the dining and music rooms which joined and then suggest ed that Kirk himself take the baby and go up and tell his story and appeal for helpThis time Malcom Kirk required no urging to have the baby placed In his arms He would have gone with It In to the presence of all the crowned beads of Europe and their families even although he knew well enough that he looked and felt as queer as a long legged long armed awkward man ever looked and felt The women wrapped the baby up and he untied when Klrka band clutched him He doeint care bow homely and awkward I am anyway said Kirk to himself with a gulp In his throat He climbed up the rather steep stairs out on to the lower deck The storm was almost spent It was about 4 oclock In the afternoon and when he reached the promenade deck he met the purser himself who led the way Into tho din lag saloon The flat cabin passengers of that steamer will never forget that incident In their passage They had gathered to the number of 100 or more many of them old travelers who were not af fected by storms They had been told that the orphan babys friends below wanted to tell his story and they wan ready to listen to It but they were not babyhdseaelf I 42 Mstwlati rw wSCounty Sundayschool Association The annual meeting of tho County Sundayschool Association will behold in Boroa Wednesday July 31 1901Owing to the death of Captain Thorpe President and tho removal from tho county of Prof Poage Secretary of the Association tho State Executive Committee asked Prof L V Dodgo to take such action as maf ho needed to insure successful Convention this year There aro between forty and fifty white Sunday Schools in Madison in tho Association and considerable work devolves upon some one to in sure a good representation from these schools to the annual meeting Last week Prof Dodgo visited schools at Richmond Waco College Hill Union City and Red House and thiweek ho is out to visit the schools of Silver Crook Kirksvillo and others in the western part of the county working up interest in behalf of tho Sunday Schoolwork A good timo and a large attendance is hoped for Prominent Sunday School workers are expected ousido the county Prof E A Fox of Louisville Secretary of tho State Sunday School Association will be in attendance A Problem in Arithmetic Boron is not a moneymaking insti tution It gives services of all its teachers It charges only an inci dental fee to help pay for swooping and warming the school rooms otc fee insures care in any sickness so that you are safer iu Berea than at hone And then you must live at Boron you have to eat even if you stay at home You may board yourself under proper regulations board in i approved families in Berea or board at cost in College buildings The items are given below and should be studied carefully Notice especialy 1 Room fuel incidental one months board must be paid in advance 2 Fuel will be 60 centa more in tho winter 60 cents less in the spring 3 Students below Grammar schools pay only 350 for incidental fee 4 Students in A Grammar and below have free textbooks 6 Students bring their own bed ding and towels 6 If you get any work to do for tho College you are paid at the end of each month in credits on school expenses 7 They cant lend you money but the Treasurer and every teacher will bo your friend Necessary Expenes for Term 12 Weeks It pays to have a little extra mosey tor led nrespeDllClareTo pay the Am dir IUDHBISchool Incidental Pee 14 to 0Jh n Hospital Fee zs X paves 900KeyDeposltRoom stove FuelandOI 2MIRant of Laundry M First Months Bond S 00 00 Living To pay during the termHtJZZf kBeglnuingl 2STC 2876 r Key Deposit returned 100 00 Tutu Hxpease IB Week SS 7 a 88 75 tohooksndiltotal only m7SWhen girls room toaather each on room and Mormon on elmaking wta only UL76 antsmesaPersons who board thamstltas oam spend u- alleb or little u they choose on living cxpsnssa Ik prfcw at a eaU m UtaU tastau givaMm L whU life for th betUrl By an agreement of committee it is ordered that a Primary Election be placesBereaurday Aug 3 1901 between the hours of 12 m and p m for tho purpose of nominating Republican candidates for the office of Justice of peace and Constable in Glade Mag District to Ira voted for at the NovomberElection1901W Beroa Cow Robert White Duncannon C H Blytho Clay p Miss Robinson has secured an op portunity for an exhibit of Homespun at the Pan American Exposition It is to be found in the central court yard of tho Manufacturers and Liberal Arts Building immediately to the right as ono enters from tho south and is a part of the exhibit of tho National Arts Club of New York City The coverlet included in this exhibit was woven by Mrs Anderson of Jackson County REPORTERSIWanted everywhere Stories news ny ideas poems illustrated articles ad vance news drawings photographs r unique articles etc etc purchased publicationparticulars and full information be fore socduur articles DlIIIIItiIIIuiIU8IYOlt r ALCOHOLIC MEDICATION listed to Be the Greatest Came 1 iBlenpernnce Above all other causes of intempe lanco1s that of alcoholic medication and the medical profession Is respo Bible declares the New York Liberator TIle doctor gives alcohol the reputation of being a stimulant a term of Indeflnlteness by some understood to be equal to that of nutrition but ev cry argument In favor of alcohol as a medicine Is equally cogent In favor ot Its use as a beverage It Hclentlllc truth upholds alcoholic niPtllialliu tbn are nil our totnpoi ante cfloita iu vftiu anti uur work an absurdity hence the necessity for ex act knowledge which can be had onl1 there la trouble with some of our standard teachers whom more modem research has proved to be In error That alcohol Is a food le dally dli proved It does not prolong life doe not Increase ones strength As with drugs and other foreign substances the presence of alcohol In the bod1 calls for vital energy to free Itself fran the Intruder Too frequently this ex e hlbltlon of vital resistance Is mistaken for Increased vital energy and thus many are led astray Let us understand that dead matte never acts upon living matter Living organic matter U the only active agen In all the relations of physical life Ai animal organism cannot approprlat Inorganic substances of which alcoho Is one being a narcotic poison It contains no element of nutrition robs the tissues of the body even cremating the red corpuscle of the blood and para lyzlng the Inhibitory centers of the brain It Is well known that on all plant life and the lower forms of animal life alcohol acts as a rapid and e fatal poison The uselessness and In jurlons effects when used as a rcmed are shown by Derelrm Scbmeldeburg Bunge Cushing and others In which respect a great change has taken plea during the put 60 years When the medical profession teaches the world the exact scientific truth pt the relation of alcohol to the living or ganism then alcoholic medication will be abandoned and alcoholic beverages be done away with THE USE OF BEER FkrvtclAMi Find flat It Produce Degeneration of the Org as For some years says The Scientific American a decided inclination hat been apparent all over the country to give up the use of whisky and other strong alcohols using as a substitute beer and other compounds This Is ev- Idently founded on the Idea that beer la not harmful and contains a large amount of nutriment also that bitten may have some medicinal quality which will neutralize the alcohol It conceals These theories are without confirma tion In the observation of physicians The use of beer is found to produce a species of degeneration of all the ore gene Profound and deceptive fatty de 5posits diminished circulation condi congestion and perversion of functional activities local Inflamma tions of both the liver and kidney are constantly prevent- Intellectually a stupor amounting to almost a paralysis arrests the reason tchanging all the higher faculties Into a mere sensual selfish slug slab varied only with paroxysms of anger that are senseless and brutaL In appearance the beer drinker may be the picture of health but In reality he Is most Incapable of resisting die ease A slight Injury a nvero cold or n punk arc body or uilud will com monly provoke acute disease ending fatally Compared with Inebriates who use different kind of alcohol he is more Incurable and more generally die eased The constant use of beer everyday gives the system no recuperation but steadily lowers the vital forces It Is our observation that beer drink- Ing In this country produces the very lowest kind of Inebriety closely allied to criminal Insanity The most dan gerous ruffian iii our large cities are beer drinkers Recourse to beer as a substitute for other forms of alcohol merely increases the danger and fatally How Ptrlty Rulers Medical history abounds In proofs that Intemperance curses not only Its practitioners but their offspring the curse moral generally accompanying the curse physical In times of contagion persons who have lived abste miously prove more able to withstand exposure or recover more quickly from any form of pestilence What Do Tu Caret IliStrong tarn an tatting on trerjr hand Daroe appalUoc U wrought In the rued Pestilence tamln and war lee outdoot HtTtr mow damning 111 under tat IUD Blbttt and lowut an caught in the wan Statesmen sad patriots what do you cent Women art weeping won hearts away riding and watch keeping day alter day Itembllngly waiting aisle that wire dear Lou sound to bating hop chilled to fear Weak breath men than the itrongert can bear Cblralroo huataoda what do you cant Children an crying lor Ion and for bread Metdleady dying happy when dead Carrying Mendleai beset mad for fun Through shadow endleo 111 Jurt began r Almltady wandering hungry and bin u rather sod cootbtn what do you cant Babe an polluted cursed from their birth PartaU mbrutd lung thelrworth by the plrit of sI Tile modem MolocbU burnt at kli ahrla Dally hla print lot their altar prepare Champion of ChrtaUodom what do you cant Dally th weak to slavery rink Vainly thy tack rape from the drink j Houatbold tad neighbor involved la their thrall ItulUMaljr labor to break the fall Piteously rule the victims prayer Loan of freedom whit do yed cm Jew by dying liberty gtr Love peU denying only em pen tight to it ttreagth U Ike temperate era Olorlonf at length UIa pin of to lieu Psalm end triumph low sake tt to ba- rertelt W l uMwtrbM k715 Wet ra I- fa 1 0 Correspondence I can tell you how you can earn enough money during vacation to pay all your oxpenses for the Fall Wintc or Spring Term at Boron College Write now to John Dodwell Citize Office Berea K- yClayCountyOgle We are having hot mining weather Fnrmpre are nearly done layiugb cornThe stave mill is still running full time Subscribe for THE CITIZEN and get a good newspaper only 60 cent a yearMiss Annie Brown of Pigeon Roost is employed to teach the Upper Otte Creek school Jackson County Kirby Knob Mr Lewis Parks of Cincinnati is visiting his relatives hare- D C Sparks and family have been visiting here for a few days The newly organized Sunday School at Clover Bottom is progressing nice ly Miss Pattie Moyers will teach at Blanton Flat and Margurite at Indian SpringsRobert Daugherty and his moths went fishing Saturday and were very successfulSome the young people of this place organized a literary society Sat urday evening at the Upper Church with the following officers Pres Curtis Hudson Vice Pres Sheridei Baker Chaplain C H Click Sec Laura Hatfield Program Committee Nannie Click Robert Daugherty and Green Durham Reward to the Finder LostA horse mule about six 6 years old fourteen 14 hands high color black black nose not roached mane four 4 or five 6 inches long carries a low head good saddle ani mal good walker walks on outside of front feet tail a little crooked above the brush had a shoe off left front foot and had hickory pole on his neck for a yoke gentle with woman or child Finder will be well rewarded by returning the mule to WM MAUPIN Paint Lick Ky Bourbon Counry Milleraburr James Wilson is very low Flech Lawson arrived Saturday from Cuba HiM Loulie Bush is visiting in Mason county Mrs L F Bowen is t visiting her sister in Cincinnati Mrs Margaret Colston is visiting Mrs Maria Robinson Childrens Day was largely attended at the Christian Church Sunday Thomson Miller died Saturday after long illness from consumption- All are looking forward to the camp meeting which begins the first Sunday in August Mrs Lou Ratcliffe will be pleased- to have all her old subscribers renew their subscriptions to the CITIZEN She will be around to see them soon She will be glad to receive new subscriptions als- oRockcastle County Rockford Your correspondent was in Berea last week Miss Dora Viare was shopping in Berea last week R D Cook attended the Livingston picnic on the 4th Mr Perkins and William Ogg of Disputanta were in our midst Sun day A number of our people attended the footwashing at Clear Creek Church Sunday Rev T J Hudson has been called to the pastorate of the Scaffold Cane Baptist Church A P Gadd who has had a very langerous sore on his handcaused by a splinter is all right again R E Moye our hustling young merchant attended the dedication of he Berea Baptist Church Sunday Mrs Polly Allman and grand daughter Miss Ray of Richmond visited J W Todd and family Satur layWe are having some very cool weather since the rain Saturdaya pleasant change from the sultry weather we have been having Rev T J Hudson former missionary to China preached an interesting n THE GITIZENBEREA KYJULY 11 1901 sermon to an appreciative audience I at Scaffold Cano Baptist Church Sun day Rev J S Jones of Bedford Ind and Miss Florence Jones of Bores visited T 0 Viare and daughters and other friends of this place the last of the week If you want to come to Borea to school the CITIZEN will help you Write at once to Rev John Dodwell Berea Ky and he will tell you how to secure the hel- pOwsley County Gabbard County Court at Booueville last weekBorn to P H Gabbard and wife a fine boy of which we know they are very proud- C H Moore will teach the school on the right hand fork of Cow Creek this full Nettie the little girl baby of Mr and Mrs Leander Calli ham is very low with flux A C Gabbard of BoonevUlo was here last week helping his soninlaw Mr Minter work on the farm Grant Mrs Lulu and little Alfred Gabbard all hue had an attackof fever but are now convalescing- Mr and Mrs C B Moore were both very much delighted by the arrival of a new boy at their home July 1 The people who have bees this year say the are devoting more time to swarming than to making honey Misses Fanny Moore and Nannie Rose of Meadow Creek wore in our neighborhood Tuesday on legal busi nose C B Moore will teach the lower school at this place while Meridith Gabbard will teach the Grassy Branch school Some of our young folks attended church on Cow Creek Sunday Rev M C Taylor one of our oldest ministers conducted the service The recent rains have caused the farmers to be behind with their crops but IIby the sweat of the brow they still have tho promise of eating bread The farmers have been very busy the last two weeks working in their corn and harvesting their wheat The latter is not as good as was expected Miss Hattie Minter of Booneville passed through here Monday on her way home from Buffalo where she had been looking after the school that she was expecting to teach this fall but failed to get it Meredith Gabbard who received a second class certificate at the May examination for teachers applied again in June and received a first class Stephen Gabbard of Cow Creek se cured a third class certificate at the June examination There were about 20 applicants for teachers certificates at the Juno ox animation Six firstclass and several secondand third class certificates were granted There were but few who failed E C Seale a former student at Berea and Henry Isaacs were the examiners It used to be the idea that the time to go to Berea was for the Winter but now people are finding that the best Urns is in the Fall THE HOMEH- OUSEKEEPERS CLUB About twontyfivo ladies of the Housekeepers Club mot July 1 at 4 pm at tho Nichols House Mrs Morgan Ramsey in tho chair Prof E W Todd gave us n most instructive talk on II drinking water Ho prefaced his talk by explaining that disease germs wore not worms however much thov might sound alike but wore little microscopic plants which fed upon decaying mat ter either vegetable or animal If decaying vegetables be thrown out whore the rain can carry some of their poison through the soil to the well this would form food for any disease germs that might enter tho water and they multiplying would be carried into our stomachs with our drinking water and if conditions in tho human system were favorable to their development tho individual became a victim of typhoid fever or some kindred disease If on the other hand the germ found nothing in the well or In our system to food upon it would die Prof Todd illustrated in a most telling manner the rapidity in which surface water could carry with it what might bo cast out on tho sur face or buried a short distance beneath it A well about fifteen feet deep had been built at Prof Masons barn A day or two before commencement Prof Todd measured a distance of 100 toot from the well and there buried a pock of salt about two feet bolow the surface A heavy rain occurred immediately afterward and the next day a little salt could be detected in the well water and the second day considerable Filters to cisterns unless cleaned every ten days are apt to gather an accumulation of filth that will feed disease germs Wells are not desirable in any community where people live so near together that each one can not guard carefully the ground surrounding his well to a considerable radius Rain water being distilled and robbed of impurities is far bettor for drinking purposes The ladies felt that thoy were greatly indebted to Prof Todd for the valuable information The remainder of tho session was taken up with tho discussion of a bill of faro for ono day together with tho cost per person One lady submitted a bill of fare at a cost of 10J cents per person and another at 134 cents per per person The latter lady remarked that she saved enough from each meal to be worked UD in an ap tle ing way for the next meal to bring her estimate down to 10 or 11 cents This remark suggested the topic for our next mooting July 8 1JQl viz How can we mako appetizing dishes from the food left over from any meal We have all bad some experience in this and a penny saved in- this direction is well worth our consideration Wo invite every house keeper who in not receiving the in spiration of these meetings to become one of us and to aid us with her ex perienceMRS K U PUTNAM WANTKD Capable reliable person in cTcry nt Urge company of linen leI reputation ISM per year parable 13 per aT abcolutelr lure and sit upen- lei itraUnt bona ade definite salary no com mWon salary paid each Halunlajr U fDte money advanced each week STANDARD OUfiK33l Ditmouf BT CIIICAOO No More Vermin and its Attending Evi1L Our Peerless Poultry and Animal will positively rid fowls and anima of lice nits mites and germs of every kind It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for C yearsBig to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky BEREA COLLEGE Founded lace Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 30 Teachers 8OO Students from 2O States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advanced courses For thou sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 12100 about fU to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method lets Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary W O GAMBLE Beres MaOlsea Co Ky THE SCHOOL Kdltcd br J WDlnsmoro Dean ot the Non mat Department llerca College THE UNITED STATES II IS Autlmrltlr Who Favor the Du ur the Singular Verb In his recently published work on IIA Century of American Diplomacy General John W Foster former secretary of state uses tho singular verb in connection with the United States and is called to account therofor by a prominent critic who admonishes him that II to make United States a singular noun would require allI amendment to the federal cOustitu tionMr Foster has spent considerable time and labor in waking an investi gation of this subject and concludes from all tho testimony ho has been able to gather that tho point is not well takenIII I havo found said Mr Foster II that in tho early days of the re public the prevailing practice was tho use of the plurals but oven then public men employed tho singular and of lato years the latter has become the rule Among statesmen who havo habitually used the singular verb are Hamilton Motley Jcftenon Itelil- Bewanl Ormham- Blalne Sllan Wright Ktlmuiuli Mercy Yo J rbvlp divert WclwUr Ilayartl- llrutuii Cliarlc F Adam Fltli 11e1eW- nIIDlbulfa Obey Of living professors of interna tional law WooloJ of Yale Moore of Columbia HufTcutof Cornell and James C Carter of New York use tho singular Andrew Jacksdn was tho first president to adopt thn singu lar verb in his official papers In tho earlier messages of tho presidents tho plural form is usually found but since Lincoln all of them including Grant Cleveland Harrison aud McKinley have invariably used tho singular In tho decisions of the Supreme Court during the first half century tho plural form in generally used but the singular appears occasionally In later years tho court has used the singular Tho same remark applied to treaties with foreign na tions Washington Letter iu Chicano KecordHcrald In n talk to the graduating class of uskegeo Institute Booker T Wash ngton gave tho graduates the following practical advice Dont go home nnd fool that you are bolter than the rest of the folks in tho neighborhood because you have been away to school It would be better for you Cot to havo had any education than to go home and fool ashamed of your parents or not want to help thorn Go home and load a simple lire Dont givo tho impression that education moans superficiality and tress Dont bo ashamed to go to church and Sundayschool to the Young Mens Christian Association and the Christian Endeavor Society Keep good company Have no going backward Dont pay 2 for a buggy- to take your girl to ride on Sunday when you are not earning more than Kl a week And you girls dont lot the young men do that for you Tell them that if they havent got too much common sense to do such a thing you havo got too muck to let them do it They will respect you all the more for it The oil fever has struck Albany Clinton Co and several thousand acres of laud havo boon leased the past week Secondclass mail matter costs the government for transportation 4O XX000 a year and only pays 1000 D00 of tho expenses incurred by it =BUY THE NESEWING MACHINE Do notbo deceived by those who mt- vcrtlra a 10000 SewIng Mnchluo for 12000 This kind ofa machine tan be bought from us or any ofour from 1500 to1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines the or weakness of Machines Tho Double Feed combined with other strong taints makes the New home the Sowing Machine to bu- yItGforCIRCULARSSSS wo manufacture and prlctw before uuruluulng THE NEW HOME SEWINC NABBING 80- OMANOC MAM- m Union Bq N Y Chicago 111 Atlanta Qiu BLUtubsMo liilIiuTcxHanKrancUooOal rOil GALE BY SISCO a CO HICuOlasTille Ky s THE FARM Edited by 8 c Mesons froftwor at Hortl culture Berea College ROAD CONSTRUCTION rrlnclplen of tountrnrtlmi mid MuhtUn Ohio or Country lloniU WATER UHEAKH On steep grades whore tho hill is IOIIK it is a common practice to throw u ridge obliquely across tho road at intervals to turn tho water to the attic This is o bad practice and should bo avoided wherever possible and iu all but the steepest gnllhH t 1111 may ho done by making the filopo of tho road higher thou the grado If tho water cannot bo turned off in this way it is butter to make two pav ed gutters mooting Yshaped in the- tenter of t Ie road with the point up the grade Tho paving will provout washing unit ranking tho gutters moot in the center does not tip tho wagon in crossing them Whenever it becomes necessary to carry water across a road on n hill from one gutter to tuo other it is much letter to carrf it under tho road than above as is often done with the aid of watorbroaks A cul vent is of course necessary but it should be usedT- CXTUKK I IP GOAD MATERIAL Closeness of texture is necessary to tho building of a solid road Tho more completely all pores can be ob litorntod and the road given the close texture of iron tho helter and more durable will it bu Field soil In its natural condition may have from 80 to GO cent of space unoccupied by anything but water and air and In this condition it cannot form n good road It IH too yielding to pressure and water per through it too rapidly When it IN properly and the pore space is very greatly reduced giving It so close a texture that water does not outer it readily anti HO largo a portion of thu tiro iu actual contact that it approaches tho character of a rock Of whatever material a road Is mull it should bo of hutch n character as to permit tho parts to pack HO closely as to approach the character of a rock ROAMS SHOt Lt IIC DlILT IN LATER- HVhatovcr a road Is to bo built ol cninhcxl rock or earth it is indLiixm sable that tho matcriaU used shall bo put oa in Tho thickness of the layers will depend primarily upon tho size of thu pieroei of material UKl tho layers being thicker thu coarser tho material With cttiHhcxl rook having pieces two to two and ono half inches in diameter tho layer will neexl to lfl thus to four inches thick with smaller p lCtH the layers should bo thinner If thicker layers than those are made tho effect will be the formation of a cruel of clomilv packet material n little thicker than the diameter of thu material UNwJ over a lomo and open structure below Tho barmiest and beret earth road can Ixi built only by spreading tho material on uniformly in thin layers and thoroughly compacting each layer before the next IH put in plnco Tho thickness of these layers should bo two inches and lose rather than moreU- NIFORMITY or MZE or MATERIAL USED It is impassible to crush rock Into sizes varying all the way from fine Hunt to pie 1G Inches Iu diameter and then use this material unsorted to mako a solid unvielding road The materials when down lit once with nil sizes mixed will not pack so as not to work up loose with tho travel upon it and this Is tho main reason why morn solid roads cannot bo built from earth Crushed rock must bo carefully separated into nearly uniform sires by moans of screens and tho different layersWhensingle size oi pieces those may bo brought together by packing so that all and press firmly against ono another If a grade is used of smaller pieces such It will work readily into the pores loft between the angles ol tho larger ono prose ing hard upon all sides a still more layer will Ira formed If it were practicable to follow this method step thoru would be repro duced a nearly solid rock from the fragments made mud tho most sub stantial of roads built SHAPE Or rBAOMKNTS Tho Hhapo of the materials used inroad building has important bearings ou tho quality of tho road Tho host form is that which approaches most closely to tho cube flat fuciM sharp milieu anti having tho same three directions Fragments of this form pack most and as the broad lint faces net against ouch other the fragments do not so readily turn undor tho wheel or horses feet nut withstand a heavier load without crushing Whore sands and gravels ran used In road building those of glacial- origin which are much sharper and more angular than waterworn types are much to bo preferred for the sim plo reason that when packed together they give a moro and stronger binding Beach gravels antsands cannot be held rigidly by any ordinary cementing material because with tho round smooth surfaces there is little opportunity for any lockingCLEANNESS OF MATERIAL Where crushed rock is used in tho building of roads it is important that these materials bo clean and free from dirt clay anti rubbish of any sort So with gravel or sand when these are called for should bo clean In general anythlllg which works against uniformity of material should be avoided Drainage Journal TUG ENOe J