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I 4+H+ 1 +it+f BEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager i j fttieri otffe Potleflet at Btrta Ay IU second ulnas madnailer 1IIIItIII1 N+H I H 1111 11 JVOL VII A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 6 1905 One dollar a year NO3I IDEAS Nothing cun work mo damage but mysolfSI ncrnani It is always safe to do right and the truest uxpodioncy is simple justice J O Whittle I yearfaithfulImportant ofliclnls in tho state I FROM THE WIDE WORLD The bill for the separation of tho church und state passed the French Chamber of Deputies on July 2 by the dcciHivo voto of 341 to 233 Thm t Huts the churchon in Franco ofall denominations in the same position which they occupy in America ex opt that nearly nil tho church build logs in Franco belong to tho govern mont sod must be rented by tho churchesRussia wcniH to bo on tho verge of u revolution Her only reliance is now on the army and Unit too is said to lie doubtful TIm condition In Russia forcibly reminds tho stu t I thoJIon by tho government of the ad vance of civilization among tho com mon peopla- Tho announcement of President ItooHuvelt that notice has IHIMI re cetved from lath Russia mid Japan that they have appointed plonijK teutiaries to this peace conference at Washington and that theywould AugISpeakingIi crnmcutn have morally lost through their timidity tho government of the United States has gained I IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Nearly oil the freeschools of Ken tucky begin noxt Monday The free school In about the biggest thing which America gives to her children t Every parent should wee to it that his chi get their share of this great benefit Frederick M Smith grandson of Joseph Smith BO called prophet and founder of what is known as the hOIoottedagolut Mormon to erect n monument to his grandfather in Sharon Vermont tho plane of Ida birth Ho insists that I the name of Joseph Smith sisal not be connected with what ho terms tho disgusting and revolting state of affairs which has been revealed In Utah and most positively asserts that his grandfather the prophet never countenanced tho polygamous rotations fostered by the Mormons who came to Utah under tho leader ship of Brigham Young Father information is that Chief Engineer Wallace Vjf tho Panama rtfIlgnbyment of his Intention of accepting a snore lucrative position Secretary Taft tops quite severe with Mr Wal lace declaring that for mere lucre he hall changed his position over night without thought of the govern meat Neither Secretary Taft nor the President appear to agree with Mr Wallace that he had a right to retire when he chose The whole Incident is valuable as slowing the popular and as opposed to that the higher conception of ones duty to his job The verdict of tho jury at Portland Oregon finding Senator John II Mitchell guilty of accepting money dopartI l moral paralysis among our legislators i and men of high finance But it i husinellllIstate of things later toIgave 10000000 was organized by Mr Rockefeller and others in 1002 Its object is to help educational in stitutions allover tie United States without regard to religious preference Tho income 0111or Mr Rockefellers last gift will bo used unit only for higher education in I colleges OB distinguished from universities The Chinese boycott of American manufactures bas accomplished what the moral sentiment of tho best 10llgtlemRmledln an executive order for courteous treatment to those Chinese who are privileged by treaty to enter and Jtrrvel in tho United States It is hopel that tho action of the President late tho it is zany have tho effect of calling off the existing boy cott iu China against American goods Sc THE CITIZEN A GOOD MAN GONE TO HIS REWARD DEATH OF HON ADDISON BALLARD AT AGE OF EIGHTYTWO ti KenltuckyHOII 0111Wedncat1nwere or Quakers in Virginia and loft that I State because of their hatred slavery settling in Warren OOU II orI WIUIIborn IIOV ADDISON BAUAKI- Ho had few advantages in early life but struck out to make tho most of himself by industry and by faith fulness to those who employed him He becnmo a carpenter and builder lie made the journey to California In 1810 and returned with several thousand dollars worth of gold in u belt around Inca waist He soon established himself as a lumber dealer iu Chicago where he married Miss Catherine Miller As a con tractor ho was noted for his honesty und sagacity erecting a number of important public buildings While NATIONALHOLIDAYBody iu tho Cleveland Chamber oi Commerce IT WAS GUARDED BY SOLDIERS The Police Prevented Any Unseemly Din by Fireworks III the Street Adjoining1 the Building Mrs Hay Spent the Day Quietly at the Home of Mr Mather at Glen vllle Many Visitors Called During the Day Cleveland 0 July 5 Guarded still by Boldlors around the bier while the hall of the chamber of commerce were patrolled by police the bodot John Hay lay in state throughout the national holiday In accordance with the proclamation of Acting Mayor Iapp the public In general remained from the vicinity of the chamber of commerce and the police made a point of seeing that no unseemly din was created by fireworks In the streets Immediately adjoining the building There were but few visitors at the chamber of commerce during the day The information had been widely spread that neither the casket nor time room in which Hiles worn to be view ed and the guardians of the building passed a qtlot and uneventful day Samuel Mather was the only mem ber of the family to appear at the chamber ot commerce during the day He camo to consult with the citizens committee relative to somo details of Wednesdays funeral and remained In time hall where tho casket lay but a few minutes Many Floral Tributes Mrs Hay spent the day quietly at the home of Mr Mather at Qlenvllle Many visitors called but to the ma jority of then she dented herself the strain of the last few days and the duties of Wednesday rendering rest Imperative All day long a string of messenger boys delivered floral tributes at the homo of Mr Mather They camo from all parts of the United States and a number were sent by foreign coun tries The flowers will bo taken from the house to the cemetery where they will be arranged about the grave while tha services are being held In the chapel The funeral program Is substantially as already announced The president arrived at 9 oclock and was met at tho depot by the members of the citi zens committee Escorted by Troop A Ohio national gunnl tho president and members of his cabinet were driven dlroct to the chamber of commerce Ten oclock was tho hour set for the departure of the funeral from the chamber of commerce and one hour Is allowed for the drive to the cemetery five miles away jO retaining his love for the Society of Friends he united with the First Presbyterian church For years ho conducted Mission Sunday ncliool begun iu a freight car ninny of whoso pupils arc now prominent pen In Chicago Ho became interested in Baren colIlogomissed a meeting of tho Trustees and twicu during the last year bed made a special journey to attend tq matters connected with tho water thelasthis plan for rebuilding nud enlarging tho i orch and gallery of Lnditv Hall The funeral was at the First Presbyterian church on Saturday afternoon Berea College being re presented by n telegram from Iresi dent Frost and tho presence of Dr Rogers und Dr Barton of our Board I of Trustees tho loiter giving a brief tribute to Mr Bollard character and public services Mr Ballurd is survived by his wife and ono daughter Mrs Win bL Jr and tho son of another Idaughter11ow deceased Mr Ballard was u man of the Lincoln typo sound in judgment with a genius for pithy sayings and distinguished abovo nil things for his tender heart The public ofHcies which he held and the property which he acquired did not prevent him from continuing to live thin simple life lIe benefited thou sands who never knew him All who did know him were benefited most by his example of straightforward goodness and cherish his memory with lasting affection t- IN MKINLEY PARK An Heroic Bronze Statue of the Late President Unveiled In Chicago Chicago July 5An heroic bronze statue of William McKinley was un veiled hero In McKinley park In tho presence of 15000 people The princi pal address of the program was deliv ered by Judge Peter S Qrosscup a lifelong friend of President McKinley Addresses were also made by Oov De neen Mayor Dunne and members of the grand army Bronze Statue of Gen T F Meagher Helena Mont July 5An heroic equestrian bronze statue of Oen Thos Francis Meagher leader of the Irish brigade In the civil war and later sec letary and acting governor of tho Ter ritory of Montana was unveiled In the capitol grounds y Appeal To the President HongKong July 5The merchants of Canton are preparing a petition to President Roosevelt representing the hardships of the Chinese exclusion treaty Placards are posted through out the city declaring a boycott of American goods Dropped Dead of Heart Disease Cheyenne Wyo July 5Mrs Jail Jlllch motherinlaw ot Judge J A HI tier of tbo United States district court dropped dead at Judge Hlners homo of heart failure Just after the explosion of a giant firecracker In front of the house Expression of Sympathy Oxford Eng July 5Tho vice chancellor of Oxford university has sent a message to President Roosevelt expressing tho sympathy of the univer city in the grevious loss sustained by the death of Secretary Hay PREMATURE EXPLOSION A Soldier So Badly Injured That He May Not Recover New York July 50 tho prema ture explosion of a shell In tho open breech of a five Jnch gun while a fourth of July salute was being fired on Governors Island Private Cornel ius Harrington Company H Eighth In fantry was so badly injured that he may not recover One arm was torn off his right eye was blinded and he was terribly burned on the head and body Sergt Prank Webb of the same company was also badly hurt Fifteen Injured at St Paul St Paul July 5Flfteen persons Injured Is the record of accidents from explosions ot firecrackers and other fireworks In St Paul Six persons have shattered hands two have badly burned faces and three lacerated legs Revoked Its Contract Danville Va July 5Tho Japanese government has revoked its contract with the American Tobacco Co Japan enters the field as an Independent buy er The tobacco bought will be shipped and will be manufactured In Japan u IN ELYSEE PALACE President Loubet Gave a Reception to the American Officers and Special Ambassadors THE BAND PlAnDII AMERICA II The President Was Most Gracious and Wished the Americana a Happy Sojonrn Iu the City Crowd Lined the Avenues To See the Cavalcade and To Salute the Visi tors Whose Brilliant Uniform Attracted Attention Paris July 5A notable feature of the Fourth of July In this city was n reception given by President Loubet at the Elysee palace to Senior Special Ambassador Porter Junior Special Ambassador Loomis Rr Adm Sles Lee and the other omcers of the Am erican squadron constituting the om cial party for the transfer of the body of Adm John Paul Jones The Journey to the palaco was ac companied by the same military cere mony attending ambassadors when they go to be received by tho presi dent Ambassador McCormick accom panted the party which was escorted through the Champs Ely eell to the palace Crowds lined the avenues to see the cavalcade and to salute the American omcers whose brilliant uni forms made them the center of atten UQn Within the palace court yard the 19th Colonial Infantry drawn up in hollow square rendered military hon ors while the band played America President Loubet received the party In the Salon des Ambassadeun The president was most gracious and wished the Americans a happy sojourn He Inquired of Adm Sh bee the details of his voyage and Invited the party to Junch with him Friday next As the party withdrew military hon ors were again rendered and the es cort of cuirassiers accompanied It back to the embassyA Party Cherbourg July 6 Tuesday after noons garden party at the Prefecture Maritimes was attended by prominent officials and their families Adm Des son commanrterIn chief of the French northern squadron and Miss Season received the guests including 40 Am erlcan officers who were the objects of marked attention In the evening the French and American squadrons were brilliantly illuminated A con cert given by the bands of the Amen can squadron evoked the heartiest ap plause The French navy petty officers en tertained their American comrades at Punch at the Central markets which were beautifully decorated with ever greens and shields and the French and American flags interwoven A tele gfam was sent to President Roosevelt conveying the respects of the French officers This was read while the guests stood up The American sailors are loudly cheered whenever they appear on the streets THE FRENCH FLEET Ibid Glory Saluted In Honor of Inde pendence Day Cherbourg July 5The French and American squadrons Joined In celebrat ing tho American national holiday At mi early hour tho ships of both coun tries liming out flags from stem to atom The American flag was conspicuous everywhere yachts buildings and wharves showing the stars and stripes The sky was overcast but the harbor presented a brilliant picture Crowds lined the wharves awaiting the national salute by both squadrons which was fired at noon accompanied by salvos from the land forts FIRE IN NASHVILLE The McKendrle Methodist EpiscopalI Church Destroyed Nashville Tenn July 5Flre destroyed McKendrle M E church on Church street between Fifth and Sixth avenues and threatened section of the retail district In the midst of which the edifice was situated Tho Arlington hotel directly across the street tram the church was In Immt neat danger and considerable confu son prevailed for a time among the guests The flames were however confined to the church the loss on which Is complete and has been eat muted at 60000 Attempt To Revive a Mutiny Odessa July 6An attempt to re vive the mutiny on the battleship Qcorgt Pobledouoztz was discovered It was frustrated by loyal sailors who delivered six of the leaders to the au thorities The torpedo boats which remained here have gone to sea Appointed Minister of War St Petersburg July 5Lleut Rldl gar chief of the chancellory of the war once has been appointed minis ter of war In succession to Lieut Gen Sakharoff recently resigned Lieut Oon Palatzyn was appointed chief of the general state h fiEight Pages I Quarterly Report of the Bejea Banking Co AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1905 9 I RESOURCES Loins and Dltcounli 1sT 6186 line from National Slinks s Un 19 Other Real Estate 1 Y 00 Bprrle f 901 eaaCurrency 3 002 vui ca Furniture and Fixtures 3 036 6 Fund to hey Taxes G79 82 Current Exptmel Last Quarter 1 669 00 F 12723S18 I STATE OF ounlyof XFlrUOXj IIAHIL1TIES Capital Stock pull In In rail tz XO 00 Snrpii Fund 1 000 CO Undivided Profit 2 x11 23 whichinterest whkhInter 9Iool61 Due National lUiilcd 0167 Caihleri Checks otfutandlng 90 2- 7belrLnellt u tTARY Amount of U t dividend ft COO CO Were all exmenaea losses Intercut nnd tales deducted therefrom before da- clarngdhldeuanilwasnotleanthuh 10 per cent of net profit of the bank for the period covered by the dlrMcnd carried to tli turplus fund before old dividend was declaredr Yea See See tOO Ky Slat 17 a6 iI fAIlIofHereaof the condition of said flank at the close of business on the 30th day of June WJ6 to tho beat of hit knowledge and belief and further ur that the famines of said bank lisa been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report li made In compliance with an daysuchCanhlertheJESSE Directorby Berea Banking Company CAPITAL 2500000 J J MOORS Pres W II PORTER Cashier ororolororoo1 0 fo 0o DONTY FORGET e- 4 c 0o v 0 o The New Cash Store sells the Is ob o I Highest Grade Goods 0 o 0 ooN 0 Least Money o J J- go Nt 0 11No 1 0 Remember we make goodany article o not just as represented by us Ask your 0neighbor about our goods Call and see us Before Buying o o ox oo THE NEW CASH STORE o omil o o o- i1 o o 15 o ailoiloSloilokoSSOko olo11oi1o11oaowo aMogo oltowto oaoaoao o o Youre Invited eTo pay our store a lengthy call that you may inspect the largest newest best bought stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky COME IN LOOK EXAMINECOMPAUB and PRICE Our goods are all for solo wo advertise and encourage homo buying and we dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We hove SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices amid Judges of Quality will nil testify iu our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy IOur Big 4 IOLIVEREverybody saves money by trading at I WELCHS I i k THE DEAR OLD DAYS JlniBAe back the dear old days all tile boy In lineBey stood on the burnln dec an Blngen on the Rhine Twas midnight In his guarded tntwe spoke It high and low While Mary trotted out that lamb whose fleece was white al snow Olmme back the dear old days that Memry loves to keep with Pilot Us a fearful ftlghttheres danger on the deep The oldtime awkward gestures the jerk meant ter a bow We said that Curfew should not ring but Lord Its ringln now I Gimme back the dear old daysthS pathway through the dells To the schoolhouse In the blossoms the sound of tar off bells Tlnklln crtxt the meadows the song of the bird an brook The oldtlme dictionary an the blueback spellln book Cone like a dream forever A citys hid the place Where stood thefeld log schoolhouse an no familiar face Is smllln there In welcome beneath a morn In sky Theres a bridge accost the river an weve crossed an said Ooodby Frank U Stanton In Atlanta Constitu lion A TESTBy BELLE MANIATBS lOop7rlgbMW6br w e Cbepmen 4gooH to be 18 again and debutante sighed Rose Cantrell as she gazed upon a young vision of loveliness enter Ing the ballroom with her chaperon I am glad you are not said the man standing beside her Your lit tie friend there Is a beauty and no mistake she will make two hearts palpitate tonight from all accounts Who do you think will win out Stephen the stalwart or Lionel the Gib sonlan I understand they are both devotees at the shrine of the little 1AIasI I fear the conditions favor night replied Rose with a sigh He is dangerously handsome and fascinating Stephen Is too mae sire and overwhelmingly In evening dress He would look better in a uni form or in a careless hunting costume Lionel Is In his element on such an occasionShe tall said the man still gazing at the young girl Did you tell me she was an orphan 1 She seems to be chaperoned by Mrs Was ton IShestays with Mrs Weston arents are traveling repliedI RoseWhat are they traveling for and why doesnt she travel with them persisted her interlocutor Rose sighed and regretted the curl osity of her friend Tom She also TUB LITTLE DEBUTANTE 1 regretted that Pearl had confided to ber a secret that was not to be Im parted to a third person Fortunately their waltz was on and Tom forgot InquiryJ the evening Rose Watched with Interest the division of the greater shore of Pearls dances between the tall broadshouldered man In whose eyes was a world of silent adoration and the gay hand some youth who danced with such reckless abandon It could hardly be expected I sup pose cogitated Rose that a girl so j young and Inexperienced as Pearl would make the sensible choice and f Stephen Still Pearl is wise be her years I wonder If she will them what she told me It should 170nd no difference to a man In love imagine Lionel will shy at the disclosure but Stephen so capable of the grand passion ought not to mind anythingA days after the ball Pearl came to pay a visit to Rose who proposed 1on a rainy afternoon that they telephone Tom to come and divert them Whom shall I ask him to bring with him Stephen or Lionel she asked turning to Pearl Both replied the sagacious maiden with an enchanting smile The Lady or the Tiger thought Rose as she gay Tom his Instruc tionsThe three men promptly responded to the summons and when Rose was serving tea Tom casually remarked to PearlYou have come to the city In my absence Miss Craig Yes she replied You have been away two years havent you and my uardlan Mrs Weston only moved here a year ego I believe Rose said that your par anta are traveling Rose tried to divert hla attention tout kla eyes were flied oa Pearl wbo ujpeared oulU at MM 0 They are she replied and now wa are here all friends together I am going to tell you the story of my life which is known to but very few Rose among the number My parents are dwarfs and exhibit in a circus In England I was sent to this country when I was quite a child to be edu cated I was placed In charge of Mrs Weston who saw In me a resemblance to a child she had lost I visit mj parents frequently and they are devoted entirely to my happiness There was a profound silence after this astonishing revelation which came so suddenly that Rose with all her tact knew not what to say She dared not glance at Tom who was not an adept at concealing his feelings and she feared his Intense surprise would hurt Pearl He was the first to break the silence My dear Miss Craig he aid with a kindly smile It does Indeed seem odd that one so tall should come of a dwarfed race but I can match yon In family peculiarities I have a brother who Is his own uncle Tom what are you talking about exclaimed Rose In relieved tones It Is true he persisted He mar fled his step aunt and of course his aunts husband would be his uncle l Pearl laughed heartily and Rose felt that she did Indeed love him for tak- Ing the astounding Information so easily Lionel recovered himself and began questioning Pearl about her life and her parents as If It were a most ordinary statement she had made Stephen alone was tonguetied and ill at ease lie looks thought Rose like a man who has had a most terrible shockWhen he finally spoke It was to propose departure Lionel acquiesced and asked Pearl If he might escort her home but slip explained that she was staying with Rose Stephen merely bowed his adieu Ill never again reflected Rose Judge a man by appearances They both acted Just the reverse of what I expectedIn evening Tom came again but this time alone- I thought said Rose that Lionel would come up with you Lionel has just left the city He had an urgent summons away and sent goodbye to you both Ettu Unite thought Rose glano Ing at Pearl who seemed In no ways disturbed by the Information Miss Pearl said Tom thinking to break an awkward moment Rose says you play Cant you give us some music Certainly If you and Rose will go In the next room to listen I will play you some dreamy slow music This was quite satisfactory to Rose and Tom and they went Into the library As Pearl sat at the piano her fingers wandering harmoniously over the keys the maid announced a caller but Pearl was so absorbed In the music she did not hear the announce mentPearl said a manly voice beside herShe gave a little nervous start and looked up from the piano to see Stephen standing at her aide Pearl I am glad to find you alone I have loved you for a long time as you must know I didnt know how much until I heard your little story today It seemed to me I must take you then and there Into my arms I could not speak without telling you I loved you so I came now to ask you If there Is any hope Pearl I wonder said Rose to Tom why Pearl has stopped playing Wa mustnt neglect her She crossed the long room and part ed the portieres Instantly she returned to Tom Well he asked why lant slit making music She Is laughed Rose but Its a song without words STORY OF IOWA TWISTER Picked Up Mare and Colt and Be turned Them to Earth With out Injury Talking about cyclones the moil peculiar circumstances I ever heard of took place over near Mingo 24 years ago said H W Robinson according the Des Moines Register and Leader One of those terrible twisters camo tearing down from the southwest toward Mingo along late one summer afternoon but apparently not In line with the town Many of the citizens about Mingo saw It and most of them took to shelter Over In the field in the direct path ot the whirling maze were a mare and colt feeding Suddenly the whirlwind was upon them Well sir that animal and her colt ware lifted up just like an ordinary wind would lift a piece of pa per and carried straight up to a consId- erable height and let down again as gentle like uthough they were being lowered In an elevator They alighted almost In the place where they wire be fore the storm struck Apparently con fused at first the animals finally pulled themselves together and as the storm passed on began eating grass as though nothing had happened Boom for the Barber A Washington doctor has come forth advising women to refuse to indulge in the habit of kissing unless It be with gentlemen who have smooth whisker less faces Whiskers carry terms says the doctor This Is great news for the beardless youths and the barbers Satan Decrying SIn Mr Rockefeller will now realize Ute meaning of the expression the last straw says the Baltimore Ameriea The prisoners of a penitentiary out west publish a newspaper In which bs Is lakes to tk fcr tttmoral bvsiMM tslelikoda re t1L CI- hiG z- bite breoAbreadr- own brew and pone C sweet brelsllc iirc Ctlrread- i1jell brefl little one fff olfec ct1r l Jell itn etctJ lnd JcJLuu I JeLgCiJr and 5ton tK4 i fken Teddy ij around J Puzzle of the Strings A little preparation Is necessary before you can perform this trick Get two pieces of twine four feet long and three ordinary spools Fold each piece of twine double as shown In Fig 1 Pass about half an Inch of the looped end of A through the loop In D and fold In back on the tape A which will thus be hooked In B Pass the open ends of B through a spool and draw the spool over the In PUZZLE terlocklng loop as In Fig 2 This spool must not be moved from 1U position at any time during the performance of the trick as It conceals and holds the looped ends of the twine Next take the two remaining spools and pass one on the twine B and the other on A as shown In Fig 3 The whole contrivance Is now ready for use Ask two persons to assist you Give the ends of the twine A Fig 10 to one and the ends of D to the other desiring both tjr hold the tape and spools out level between them Now explain that the spools are strung onto the twine moving the two outer spools not the middle one to Illustrate your explanation Then In ST LOUIS BOYS RECORD Press Dispatches from Boston Tell of Success of the JTormfcr Westerner Press dispatches from Boston say that Eugene Arthur Hecker of St Louts a senior at Harvard during his four years of undergraduate life has received a total of 1480 In prizes and scholarshipse Hecker Is a son of Mrs Atlanta Hackar who teaches In the Sherman public school In his freshmanyear Hecker was award ed the = 200 Price Greenleaf prize In his sophomore year he won the Bowditch prize of = 250 In his junior year the 2300 Price Greenleaf and won In addi tion two Bowder atEtatlon In English and the other of J50 for a Greek translation and this year his last In college he holds the RIch- ard Augustine Gambrlll scholarship of 450 and the Palfrey exhibition of 80 Although BO strikingly successful In his studies Hecker finds time for other things He is not a grind three or four hours a day at the most Is all the time he spends at his desk the rest Is devoted to athletics club life and tho other recreations of college He has always taken an active part in athletic exercises Besides an hour or two In the gymnasium every day he Is fond nf longdistance crosa country runnlny and walking In the social life of Harvard he Is also a prominent figure Besides being secretary of the Phi Beta Kappa so clety he Is a member of several of Harvards most famous and exclusive clubs and has been selected to represent Harvard at a dinner to be given at Yale next month to tile represents fives of the different chapters of the Plat Kappa ia all the Big eastern nut versities and la slated for an after ClaM speech form the audience that you propose to move the spools from the twine without passing them over the ends held by your assistants Next ask each of your assistants to hand you one of the two ends held by him either one of them as It Is quite Immaterial which You only wish to make the matter doubly sure at the same time tie the ends that you re ceived with a double knot See Fig 4t TIlE thus drawing the three spools together and securing them perfectly This done irasp the spool with your right hand and Instruct the assistants to be ready at the word three to pull the string with a sudden jerk You then count one two three and the jerk is given the spools remaining In your hands the two strings remain tug In the assistants hands and Joined In the middle of the knot you tied Thus the spools are removed from the tape without passing them over the ends held by the assistants and your audience Is greatly mystified until you explain the secret of tho twlnelN Y Mall Besides all this Hecker Is partly pay- Ing his way through college Since hie first year at college he has tutored other students fho were behlna In their work During his vacations he has engaged In various sorts of work One summer bo wes a clerk In a hotel at a summer resort at another time he was a conductor on a street car line between the university and Boston Hecker Is only 20 years of age Ha graduated from the 8t Louts high school in 1901 and entered Harvard la tho September of that year with Wal ter Randall the other SL Louis boy who has made so much ot a stir In staid old Cambridge Although Hecker does not graduate until June he has finished his actual work at college and Is now a teacher In the Boston high school Ho hopes to study for the degrees of M A and Ph D and with these behind his name apply for a professorship In one of the universitiesHecker of a studious family His father Alexander Hecker was q great scholar lie is also a close rela tive of Edward Pretorlus editor of the Westllche Post who recently declined the Order of Red Eagle which Em peror William wanted to confer upon himSt Louis Post Dispatch IIDOS SYMPATHY My P1do Is a ale old doe Ha barks In sympathy I splayWhyN T IlL DEVILTRY OF A DRUMMER Commercial Traveler Takes Vacation at Cheap Boarding House In Or der to Hold Bill Down I once knew a drummer down In Maine who was one pt the most reck less daredevil characters I ever com Incoutact with said commercial trav eler There waa never any trouble be tween him and his house about the amount of his sales but his expense ac count was a constant bone of conten tloir One day his boss called him on the carpet and made the following state ment to him just before his departure Mr Blank I have no fault to find with your sales for you bring In enough business but I do take exception to the size of your expense account for your last trip Ill just say this to you It your expenses amount to more than i a day on this next trip I am going to dis charge you This Is final and I want It thoroughly understood The C T signified his acceptance of the conditions and started out Ho was gone ono week and at the end of that time he figured up and found his expenses beat IS a day by a largo majority Ho took the train and wont to a small manufacturing town near by and wont to the foreman of the leading Industrial plant and asked for a job The foreman said he hadnt anything for him to do just then but he might have later All right said the C T Im In no hurry about It only I want to get board at your factory boarding house over hero and they will not tab mo with out an order from you I can fix that for you said the tore man and nanded him a printed order The fellow went to that huh house and hung around and had tho biggest kind of a time with the female opera tlves of the factory who stayed at tho house made friends with everybody and enjoyed a regular vacation At the end of the week he paid his bill and left and tho next morning went around to the house Where were you last week was the first question the old man asked him N Why I was up at mentioning the town boarding You said If my ex lenses exceeded 16 n day I would lose my Job and I had to make them aver age up Well young man said the old gentlemen trying to suppress a smile It you hadnt had a pretty bU weeks business the first week I would finish with you right here I know It said our friend artlessly and lowed himself out to overhaul his samples for the next week JOY IN A CONVENT DRAMA Magazine Writer Declares That Thesa functions Were Welcomed with Enthusiasm Plays were the great diversions ot our school life says a writer In Mien tic We had two or three of them every winter presented It seemed to me with dazzling splendor and acted with passionate fire I looked forward to these performances with joyful excite ment I listened steeped In delight 1 dreamed of them afterwards for weeks The big girls who played In them and of whom I knew little but their names were to me beings of a remote and exalted nature The dramas themsalves were composed with a view to our espe dial needs or rather to our especial lim itations Their salient feature was the absence of courtship and of love It was part of the convent system to Ignore the master passion to assume that It did not exist to banish from our work and from our play any reference to the pow er that moves the world The histories we studied skipped chastely on from reign to reign keeping always at bay this riotous Intruder The books wa read were aa free as possible from any taint of Infection The poems we re clUd were an aarono and cold as Tene- rife Love In the drama says an acri monious critic plays rather a heavy part It played no part at all In ours and I am disposed to look back now upoa Its enforced absence as an agreeable elimination The students of St Omei so I have been told presented French version of Romeo and Juliet with all the love scenes left out This tour de force was beyond our scope but She Stoops to Conquer shorn of Its double courtship made a vivacious bit of com edy and a translation of La Malade Imaglnalreexpurgated to attenua tionwas the most successful farce of the season When Depew Hurried Senator Chauncey M Depew of New York tells this one at his own expense In the Plttsburg Dispatch He was stumping In the state of Now York In the campaign of 1900 having big audiences and kindly receptions at all points In one town the republican managers had arranged to have a cannon near the stand of the speaker and to have It fired off every time the people gave vent to applause Senator Depew kept the peo pIe hurrahing almost all the time At last stopping to take breath he distinctly heard this Inquiry come across the fieldCap when Is the old galoot going to quit Ive only got four cartridges left Depew said he finished hilt speech In four minutes The Gallant Jones Jones Is nothing If not gallant de dares Homo Notes Mrs Brown is ex actly the same age as her husband but she will not admit It My husband Is 40 she said to some friends the other day You wouldnt believe It but theres actually ten years difference In our ages Impossible dear madam hastily Interposed Jones anxious to say something agreeable Im sure you look every day aa young ube does HEZEKIAHSPRAYER Sunday School tenon for July 9 1905 SpecUllr Prepared lor This Piper LESSON TRXTlsalah Hl8 Memory Verse 44 Read all the chapter OOLDKN TKXTOoll is our refuge aij strength a very preterit help In truu blelsalm 48- 1TIMBAboul 701 II C just before Ben rucherlbs Invasion and In the fourteenth year of llPtrkluhs ivlgn- 1LACli ilt tkl irs pukive at Jtrusa loin Comment and Suggestive Thought V 1 In those days A vogue ox prcsalou meaning in the time of llezeklah In both accounts of Ilczo klahB sickness li la closely associated with tho visit of Mcrodachbalttdan of Babylon Hczoklah had been reign log 14 years Sick unto death Ho was taken with an Illness which according to the view of tho times must prove fatal It scenic probable that ho had n carbuncle located perhaps ou the back of his neck Came unto him As an Interested friend and a spiritual advisor the prophet came to visit tho sick king Thus alth the Lord It was God who guided tho prophet In warning tho king to be ready for death Set thine house In order Arrange your world ly affairs as you would do when about to leave them Thou shalt die This was no fatalistic decree but a statement that the disease from which the king was suffering was very likely to cause death V 2 Turned his face toward the wall That he might shut out all else and be alono with God Contrast this with Ahabs sullen turning of his taco to the wall 1 Kings 214 Prayed unto the Lord Ho expressed himself In the words quoted v 3 Jlecuklah had learned long before this time to take everything to God la prayer Though perhaps Isaiah had left the room we may believe that now as on another occasion the king and the prophet were praying to eotber V J Remember now 0 Lord This prayer sounds to us as If Hue klah wore boasting of his goodness but he did not so Intend IL Ho was simply pleading Gods promises To the beet of his knowledge and ability ho had loved God and been loyal to Him and had lived uprightly People as yet knew very little about future rewards and punishments and Hell klah felt that It God were just Ho would reward him now by a continu ante of Idle Heseklah wept sore There was personal pain as well as zeal for Corfs honor and for his nation good and like a true Oriental the king made no effort to conceal hU emotions V 4 Then came the word of the Lord to Isaiah This was when the prophet after leaving the king had come to the middle court or tho middle city See 2 Kings 204 Jerusalem was built upon two hills and tho prophet had just descended one and was In the valley before as tending the other when tho message came to him V S Go and say to Hczeklau What Is here given us is an abbre viated form of the message recorded In full In 2 Kings 205 C I have heard thy prayer God was then an He IS today the hearer and answerer of prayer lie was eager then as now to do ills children all possible good but when they neglect to pray to Him they as It were bind JIll hands so that the good cannot be granted I will add 15 years Hwcklah Is assured first of rapid recovery On the third day thou halt go up unto the house of Jehovah then of pro longed life Subsequent history con firms belief that this promise was lit erally fulfilled llezeklah lived to see his ML Manassch reach the age of 12 years Wo are told In another account and later In this record of Isaiah 3821 that by the prophets recommendation a poultice of figs was applied to Hezeklaha carbuncle with beneficent effect In working out Ills promise God did not disdain the use of means but by employing such gavo help to many a sufferer of later times V G I will deliver Assy ria Finding this passage hero Indicates that Sennacheribs Invasion bad not yet taken place The sentence may however have dropped out of place In the many copying of the original manuscripts or It may be regarded merely as a promise that Assyrians would not return to molest Hozeklah or threaten Jerusalem V 7 This shall be a sign Ac cording to 2 Kings 20811 llezeklah naked for a sign and Isaiah gave him his choice whether the shadow on tho dial should go forward ton degrees or backward for the samo space it Is observed that In the age when spirit ual light was yet BO dim godly men were not reproached for seeking signs to confirm the Lords will V 8 The dial of Ahax This la tho first Instrument for measuring tlmo that Is mentioned In the Bible The sundial was In use by the Baby lonians Prantlcal Points V1 Death Is no respecter of per sonsPs 8948 V 1 The Christian who Is abiding in Jesus needs no preparation for dea ttPhil 121 V 2 We should dally take tlmo to be alone with God1oIatt 06 V3 God is pleased to have us plead Ills promises In prayer Isa 4326 V 4 God answers prayers for tem poral good as well as for spiritual good often bringing about the temporal benefit through the splrltua caoge Jos C16 rU 1 THEJOY OF ANTICIPATION l IriClevelandPlain Dultr MANY FATALITIES I Estimated That 80 People Nero Killed and 1677 Wounded iu t This Country the Fourth PHILADELPHIAi u Seven Boys Frightfully Injured by Eiploilou of a Can of Powder Iu New York A Passing Stranger After Lighting a Cigar Threw Away the Match Which Lit In Several Pound of the Explosive Chicago July Cccordlng to die tfrom received by the Record lierald ICO of tho principal cities of tho United States 30 people wero killed 1 and 1677 Injured by explosions of fire toyCIu spite of the rigid enforcement of i the law restricting the hours during which firecrackers may be discharged the list of accident In Chicago 1s very line Stray bullets found their usual number of victims but most of tho t accidents worn due to cannon ercken tad children mado up a largo major Sty of those Injured One death and ncalry a hundred cases of Injury were reported to the police four of which wllll proably prove fatal Scores of arrest wero made for violation of tho ordinances prohibiting tho use of blank cartridges and giant fire crack ere Philadelphia Juno GFour persons dead two probably fatally Injured 4and more than two hundred others Is the result of tho Indepeud tare day celebration In this city up to late at night Sensational Holiday Tragedy The most sensational tragedy of the holiday was the killing of Michael Clear by Albert IondKrcn a policeman trine the former was resisting I arrest Cleary and n friend wero cell brating the day when they got Into a fight with an Italian Londgren stop j pod the fight and arrested Cleary and his companion A crowd pounced on the policeman and was beating him when ho shot Into the crowd killing Cleary While sitting on the front step of her home Mrs George Clemens was allot In the abdomen by a stray bullet laterIboy was klllod almost Instantly by a man who was examining a revolver- A bores driven by Henry Black became frightened at the discharge of fireworks and ran away black was thrown undor tho wheel and to badly hurt that he died a few hours later Ono of the two probably fatal acci dents was that of a woman who was shot in the eye The other case was that of a man who received a bullet In the abdomen Tho shot was fired by a neighbor who had novor handled a re volver A Careless Smoker Seven boys ranging In age from 4 to 14 years were frightfully Injured by the explosion of a can of powder from which they wero loading a toy cannon in Wythe avenue Brooklyn The can which hold several pounds of powder was lying near the cannon when a passing stranger after lighting a dear threw away the match which fell Into tho powder A terrific explo sion followed hurling the lads In every direction and breaking windows In the street Andrew Krecht aged IS who was stooping over the can to get a fresh charge at the moment the explosion occurred had both eyes blown out and It Is believed will dlo All the other boys were badly burned and cut by flying fragments of the I cannon The police searched In vain for the man who throw the match The Fourth In Berlin Berlin July 6The American colon here celebrated the Fourth of July with the usual steamer excursion on the river Spree to Urucnau whore there were baseball games and other porting events Killed In Home By Stray Bullet Now York July GMorrl8 Koraor stein was pierced through the heart a bullet which came In InMoujroe H rf GOIN AFISHINf how to Uet and Kreii the Halt That US the Eth If you art golug aUahlng the first es svutlul In to have tile proper bait for the kinds of Hull you expect to catch says the Uotou Herald This diguing for worms In hard work and It might bo well to know that uu easy method of gathering them in at nljsbt whin they mire above ground especially after there has been n warm slower You will need a lantern and a palL Stop along softly holding the lantern near the ground anti hundreds of worms will to disclosed In the wet grass while by the roadsides will bo found the big fat night crawlers that scarce any Ush can resist The tempta thou to swallow It doesnt follow however that be CIIUMO ono aces a worm ho Is going to get It Mr Worm lan draw himself out of sight In a Jiffy and he is mighty IIpH ry But put your linger gently on the worm at the burrow and It will let loose and then all you have to do Is to pick him up and put him In the pall After collecting your worms of coumo you want to keep them In good live shape Bo have n tin box ready with air hole lu the top made with a hammer and nail rut In your worms and cover them with moist not wet mosn with Just an much dirt as clings naturally to the moss Leave an air chamber between the moss and the box cover There Is no danger of the halt dying In such comfortable quarters They will grow fatter and stronger everyday When you want a worm lift the mostf and you will find them all hang ing to It like so many strings Keep the box In a damp cool place Ordinary soapsuds soured ou the ground Is good to bring earthworms to the cur faun The hollgamlte are great belt To get them wade upstream and then when coming to a Hat stone place your net on the downstream side of the stone Then lift the etongaWd the bait will float Into the net Of course you Will have to pick off those that stick to the stone These creatures make great halt for lass They are generally known to toys as crawlers Keep them In good condition In a wooden box with air holes and the bottom coy ered with dry gravel Tho white gruhworms are flue bait for bass trout perch sunfish and bull bends They pre found In plenty by digging In rich soil or In rotten tree stumps Keep them In n box tbo same as bait worm Grasshoppers crickets katydids and other Insects also make good belt while tho value of live min now And frogs Is well known to all fishermen How to Water Manti It Is innrJi wiser to give plants plenty of wilier once every few days than a little each day says the Garden Magazine The latter method keeps the surface moist and the roots naturally rise for the moisture so that they lire near the surface and will be Injured by the heat of the following day Give enough water to go deep or else just enough to wash the leaves The amateur should by preference water nt night for then the moisture has n chance to do Its good work bo fore evaporation starts under the heat of tho suns rays an It docs almost at once when watering Is dono In the morning how to Mnbe Mock lee Cream When making mock lee cream soak for fifteen minutes two teaspoonfuls of gelatin In halt n pint of milk Whip a pint of cream sweetened with half a cupful of powdered sugar and sea son with four tablespoonfuls of ma delta wino nnd half a teaspoonful of bitter almond extract Dissolve the gelatin over tho teakettle then strain It Into tho whipped cream Stir until the mlxturo begins to thicken turn Into u mold und set ou Ice until hard Take out of the mold und sprinkle thickly with pistachio nuts chopped fine Garnish with candled violets or rose leavesThe Spittle Fly The splttlo tty Is au Insect which en compasses Itself In n white froth com posed of tho juice It has sucked out of the plant on which It Is bred It se rlously Injures pinks carnations and plcotees If not checked In the early stages of Its progress It Is very tender when young but develops Into a hard skinned hopper It can be pinch ed und rubbed off with the fingers or n good syringing with something bit ter like a concoction of quassia chips will drive the creatures away lafc +I1trHIrIIHIHHrItrH Berea Teachers Club AllIlRHH ALL LKTTIItS rilKMCATIIIM TO ti IORI ltWI IlrKEA KT al+t1MItttItt1tH114 tIIHT- he Patrons and the School The success of a school is due largely to three factors Theso uro time parents time pupils and time teacher No two of these can ho really Bcccesuful unlefis assisted by the other It in the duty of the patrons through the trustees to furnish n comfortable house suppliedwith seats desks and other necessities and care should also bo taken to have this house so located as to be accessible to all It should be well lighted so that no pupil need leave schoolwith sight itnpured for life The cast of windows is very little moro than that of the lumber needed to block the place whore the windows should be and besides u few cents cannot be comparedwith tho value of a sound healthy and growing son or daughter The seats and desks should also le comfortable and the children should have a play ground Wo huvu for a long time been saying to the child Bo good aud will be happy but today the childI is turning upon us and saying Make me happy and I will be good And furthermore tho child rarely breaks this promise Nearly all the had order of a school can be attributed to soma neglect of the teacher or of some one else in authority Under proper conditions and with no abnor mality children are prone to do rightCaro should also be taken to give the children of a district the advantages which are rightfully theirs and for which tho patrons of the school in that district pay It is the childs right to have one hundred and twenty days schooling each year and every parent should see that his children has as near this as is possi ble A parent should not keep his children at home fat work if ho can possible avoid it lie should do the work himself or get along without its bein done rather than to take his children from school except as the parentkeepthem to drop behind in their classes because tho weather is cold or rainy It is certain that a child will be out in the weather more if he is kept at home than if he is sent to school And parents should not be stingy with their children They have brought them into limo world and they owe them certain things They owe them the books they need to properly prepare their lessons and they should supply these even if they have to work hard to do it It is better that a boy should have books than that he should have u fox hound aud a shot gun The mat of one load for a shot gun will buys pencil Tho trustees who represent both patrons cold pupils have a very responsible posi tion and perform a very important duty when they choose a teacher But the patrons stand behind the trustees aud it is their duly and the duty of tho parents to see that the trustees do this duty to the best of their ability li may thus be seen that the schools largely In the hands of the patrons and that it requires thought und con dideration on their part In the first place they pay for building and furnishing the schoolhouse They pay for the playground and they for or help build the roads lead fay to tho schoolhouse They pay for time books the children use and they in a largo measure pay for tho teaching Some of these things are paid for in an iuditect way it is truo but they are paid Tor by the people just as surely as are the flour and meat used on their tables Then if parents keep their children away from school they are losing money They hold all the power in the first instance They elect tho State Superintendant the County Superiuteudant and the school trustees The trustees hula the teach ors who have secured their certi ficates from ono of the officers elected by tho people Thus it may be seen that all responsibility centers at last in the patrons of tho schools in the voters und these should be very care ful as to those for whom they cast their votes It to well for limo voters to consider that it is their children who are to be taught in tho schools whoso officers they elect In these children they are to gather up tho bread they have cast upon tho waters In them they are to reap tho harvest of their sow ing and in thorn they are to see and enjoy tho reward of their toilsacri fico and anxiety What can be more gratifying to a father than to see his son reach the head of his class in school and the head of his professiou in business lifo and then to be told that he has been the means by which that sou has risen Y How a mothers heart must bound with joy when she hears it said that her daughter is the most successful teacher the best saleslady or tho neatest housekeep er in tho neighborhood and then hear that daughter say I couldnot have attended school had not my mother worked hard jt homo that I might go On the other hand what grayhalrooson a wreck when he should be in his prime or a daughter poor ignorant and cast out employment because drudgeryThese Y every day in thousands of homes iu this country Parents should consider which thoy aro painting for their childrenTho childrens function in a successful school will be given later D B CHANDLER HHM1HHII 111II1 I I I I 1110 The Farmi BIH8 CHESTER MASON Editor I II I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 I I I I Pleat a Strawberry Bed Strawberries are among the most easily grown and most wholesome and delicious fruits that we have Everyone who owns a bit of land whether a town lot or farm should have a strawberry patch While the following account of how to raise big theimay on clay land if Ube made goodand mellow by culture and by adding plenty of Well rottedmanure In time Southern States a very good timo to plant is in August if rain falls to make the ground moist and start a growth of runners Then a fair crop may bo expected the following season Take the matter up in timo selecf a goodpieco of ground and plant a berry patch this summer or in tho fallHow to Sow a Big Crop of Strawberries To grow a big crop of strawberries I select a fine sandy loam soil Tho previous year I grew a hoed crop on it so as to kill all weeds In the fall I put on a heavy coat of wellrotted manure free from grubworms and turn it under deep so the freezing will kill all grubworms which may be in the soil In the spring I plow it up again and harrow it well so the manure will get well mixed through the soil When the ground is well harrowed and level Iset the strawberries in rows 31 feet apart and 18 inches apart in tho row and start tho cultivator at once When plants begin to start I let each plant start two runners and let them catch in the row about eight inches each way from the main plant which is called the single hedge row and keep ofT all other runners and plow once n week all season till September and then holdup a little as high culture in the fall often causes plants to bloom in the fall and cuts the crop short As to varieties I prefer Haverlaud and Brandywtne as Brandywine will tho Haverland and makes a long fruiting season I spray with Bordeaux mixture at least five times during the first season they are sot to keep ofT rust and threo times the next season First as they are coming through tho straw and second time when in bloom and third time when bloom has fallen I use straw to mulch with and put it four inches deep in the alloys and just enough on the row that you can see a leaf peep ing through now and then With this method plants set in 1003 andwhich were a poor stand on account of drouth brought in 1004 at tho rate of 500 per acre I got 175 per crate of six gallons I never let a bed fruit over two years I set a bed every other year in the spring I have grown berries so largo that two would fill a tumbler 0 B WILLIAMS R F D No 5 Tuscola Ill how Iu Slake Saffron nuns Make an ordinary bread sponge Cream a cup of butter or lard with ono of sugar add a cup of currants and two quarts of water Put a generous pinch of saffron In a saucepan pour over It a cup of boiling water and boll for a few minutes then strata and add tho liquid to tho other Ingredients Work ull Into the bread sponge and proceed as for ordinary bread sow to Cook Cabbage Dellcn elr Persons who have always scorned cabbage often Hud It palatable when a part of IU strong flavor Is removed Cut a head Into pieces parboil It In two waters drain and rinse turn on boiling water and cook It tender Drain cover with a cream sauce and serve hot It la aa delicate as cauli flower How to Clean Sliver Jewelry When cleaning silver Jewelry wash It In soup and water and rinse In clean water Then apply a paste of powder ed carbonate of ammonia moistened with spirits of wine When dry brush off rinse In tepid water and dry with a soft leather lion to Hake ilnrlrqnln Sherbet When maklug harlequin sherbet boll one quart of water and one pound of sugar till a sirup U formed Strain and add one pint of fruit Juice and a very little lemon Juice Mix thoroughly and set aside to cool Then freeze Church Dedication The now church house at Blue Lick was dedicated on Sunday last On ncoiint of the rainy weather in tho morning the services at 10 and 11 oclockwere omittedamid the main service was opened at 2 pm Quite n large crowd had gathered timid filled every available seat in tho buildingwhich Is a structure 20 x 30 feet After au interesting song service including solos and duets Mrs A E Thomson talked to tho little folks on the Sunday School veryhelpfulMr Wm E Itix who has had chargo of the work since its beginning two years ago presided and gave a brief account of how it hud been conducted and tho principles for which time church stands Ho then intro duced the Rev L E Tupper of Berea who preached a deep and heart searching sermon from the textUsenot the grace of Got in vain About 820 was contributed iu cash and pledges to be redeemed within a mouth It is hoped to have the building all closed in very regularSundayat 230 pm followed by a brief everyoneisthe people of Blue Lickcommunity will unite to carry on tho work sue cessfully Parties desiring picnic or camping privileges on College Forest lands must secure written permission from ProfJS C Mason Supt of Preserve ROUND SHOULDERS nullrow One Cnn Overcome the Deformity The round shouldered flat cheated person can Weotue straight and symmetrical If she will go about It right says the Plttsburg Press Standing upright and extending the arms ou either side as far us possible aud rotating them In large circles vigorously at the same time breathing deeply will help to strengthen the shoulders Italslng the hands above the head an far as they can be stretches and breathing a deep breath of air and still another breath and another simply packing the lungs with air will round out amid expand the chest Stretching the beads out ou either side of the body an far an possible and well back till the shoulder blacies almost touch rotating the arms Iu very small circles will help very much to straighten the shoulders What the round shouldered flat cheated person needs Is to brace up gut some thought of energy mad anima tlon Into the body A stoop shouldered Oat chested person almost Invariably Indicates a purposeless life lacking In ambition nnd void of energy Brace up Put the shoulders where they belong expand the chest by breathing deeply and fully fresh air all the time Get out of the lazy slouchy habit of letting your shoulders drop In an un gainly posture Throw out tho arms and swing them In large circles around and around while the chest Is held well upA normal position of the body means always that time chest Is In tho lend Round shoulders and flat chest make not only an ungainly figure but such a position cramps the lungs and depress es them nnd robs them of the pure air that Is so necessary to health Go out doors Expand tho chest Breathe In great drafts of pure fresh air Swing the arms limber up the muscles exercise the body and by bringing It back to a normal shape health strength vigor and energy are sure to come now to Drr To youth amid health the girl olio wants to be attractive must add the grace of neatness antI suitable dress says the Chicago Notvs Sho should study herself her good points that she many heighten her had points that sho nay lessen their effect A girl with red hair for Instance may so dress herself Uifft she will bo delightful to look at Sho must learn to choose the right shade and color She must avoid purples cmdo plnkn amid violet con trasts but time bronze browns creams faint blues and delicate greens may suit her and bring out tile loveliness of her complexion and tile rich lights In her hair A stout girl must not wear plaids or loud herself with trimmings and flounces A slender girl on the other hand should avoid stripes which add to her Inches Attention to shoes and gloves to nicely la the mutter of neckwear to cuffs and collars and the trifles that give pretty finishing touches will mako a girl seem beautiful when perhaps she has little claim to that dlA tlnctlou Slow tolmprore Flavor of Veitetnble Carrots beans onions turnips cab bage null cauliflower art Improved In flavor by parboiling draining limo wa ter off and putting to cookIn fresh Water We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition p And yet in the matter of restor espcciallyr 41 of giving new i of n medicine ampljA 409415 1Mil Street New York 2 oca dooj allcjuegtsH rWG BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office FOR SALE I have for sale three Show 1 Cases one 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olTpctunl remedy for burns and scalds As these ne ctdcnts generally oceur In the kitchen It Is well to keep the remedy there The way to apply It Is to saturate some lint or falling that any soft clean cotton or lumen cloth with the mixture anti then to cover the Injured part so as to exclude the air It Is as toulhlug how quickly the pain of the wound censes after this remedy has been used HIIMT to Make AndntuMuii Cream In making Andnluslnn cream your Into a porcelain vessel ono pint of sweet cream and ono of oraugu Juice Add to tho mixture twelve ounces of sugar anil half the peel of one orange Inftiso for ono hour Then strain through tine muslin mid n little orange flower water nail freeze How to Clear llrnluc To prevent the skin dlseolorlnc niter a blow or fall take a little starch or aiS rowroot and merely moisten It with cold water nnd lay It on tho Injured part Tills should be done Immediately but may bo applied some time afterward with effect Hotr to Cure Wart Small warts on childrens bands when they appear In numbers eon begot rid of certainly and painlessly by keeping them constantly moist with a lotion made by adding two drams of dilute nitric acid to a pint of watnr II I THE OXTVKZEIV I BEREA PUBLISHING CO L O Hlnman Manager J DEREA KENTUCKY- I I 1 1 1905LJULYSUN HON TUE E4 rMU FRI S I I I I 1InIIll 678II6I7I8I9202I22 8i2 A German librarian declares that there are In existence moro than 1 000000 novels 1Thevalue of shells tortoise and oth In Cuba last year am ounted to about 76000 An Institute for the treatment of sufferers from chest complaints nou ralgia catarrh and other maladies by I means of opium smoking has been opened by London physicians Mrs Emma Ranslow Allen of Swan ton Vt joined the Womans Relief corps at the age of 96 She Is a grand niece of Samuel Hopkins one of the signers of the Declaration of Inde pendence Dr Ralph Hamilton Curtiss lately Carnegies assistant at Lick observa tory has been chosen assistant proves tor of astronomy by the University of Western Pennsylvania Dr Curtiss though only 24 years old recently took his doctors degree at the University of California where ho received his astronomical training supplemented by graduate work there and at Lick observatory The progressive Japanese have not failed to learn the merits of the auto mobile and to show their fondness for It Recently while In this country Koreklyo Takahashi special financial commissioner of the imperial Japan see government member of the House of Peers and vicegovernor of the Dank of Japan who supervised the fib tatlon of tho Japanese war loan of 150000000 completed an automobile tour of Westchester county New York 1Headed by the United States with their 19273675200 of life Insurance in force the human family Is totally Insured for the gigantic total of 26 277409640 Should any simultaneous fataUty occur among the holders of I insurance policies or even a tithe ot them every Insurance company on I earth would be bankrupted in paying the beneficiaries the aggregate amount of Insurance far exceeding tho total amount of money In international dr culatlon Probably the most remarkable shoes ever produced within recent times Were those worn at a function In Lon J don tho other day by a lady well known In society In keeping with a gorgeous gown which Is said to have cost a fabulous sum she wore a pair of shoes that were literally covered with flashing jewels diamonds rubles end pearls The style of decorationI was ot a remarkably striking character Five hundred dollars was the t price of each shoe Cigarette clubs the object of which is to provide their members with cig arettes by buying them In bulk outside of the state have been formed in In dlanapolis and in other cities of the state and thousands of packages are no r coming Into Indiana through the malls and by express In nearly all the counties the decision by Judge Leathers holding that cigarettes so bought may be smoked legally has been generally accepted Local dealers who refuse to handle cigarettes are taking the orders for the clubs President Roosevelt has Indlcattid the metes and bounds of the family by numerous letters of congratulation to r fathers and mothers of 12 16 and 20 children and upwards and the public mind was reaching a sort of fixity and finality on the vexed subject Now comes Mrs Arthur M Dodge presi dent of New Yorks Federation of Day Nurses with a new dictum which upsets everything She declares the ab solute limit of a womans capacity for taking care of babies Is eight and she ought never to have more than six There are domestic fires burning in Yorkshire Eng today which have never been out for hundreds of years At the oldfashioned farmhouses In the dales of Yorkshiro peat is still burned The fuel Is obtained from the moors and stacks of it are kept by the farm ers In their stack garths The country roundabout is noted for Its girdle cakes which are made from dough baked in quaint pans suspended over tne peat fires These fires are kept glowing from generation to genera- tIon The federal commissioner of educa tion has given some facts of interest with reference to the libraries of the United States other than private 11 brarles which he classifies as public school and society libraries In 1903 these libraries of a public or semi public character contained G4 413000 volumes That is certainly a large number but still it is hilt little more than one book for every two ot the population The surprising statement is made that the increase in the books in libraries of this sort for 28 years 9am lien 374 per cent A TERRIBLE FLOOD Estimated That 1000 Persons Drowned- at Guanajuato Mex Mexico City July 3No news has been received directly from Ouana juato regarding a great flood in that mining city now the important seat of activity by several large American and British companies The wires were down and the roads were impassable Late tiding are that Guanajuato Is completely flooded and water is al ready Invading the higher parts of the town while there was fear that La Olla dam may give way which would complete general ruin The Mexican Central northbound passenger train ran Into a washout north of Irapuato and was derailed the water running over some of the cars President Robinson of the railroad says some lives were lost but he does not know how many The town of Marfllo just below Gu anajuato was completely wiped out Another dispatch to President Rob- Inson says It Is estimated that thero are 1000 dead at Guanajuato The raging waters are carrying the dead through every street The water Is up to the second story of the Hotel Union Great damage has been wrought to the street car line and service can not be resumed Inside a month Thero is only one way the people can get to Marfllo which Is with mules or afoot THE PEACE ENVOYS President Roosevelt Makes the Announcement of Their Name Oyster Bay N Y July 3Ottlclal announcement was made by President Roosevelt of the names of the Russian and Japanese envoys to tho Washington peace conference The character and ability of the men selected by both belligerents is an earnest of the desire of their respective governments to conclude If possible the tragedy enacted In the far cast The plenipotentiaries are RussianAmbassador Muravieff formerly minister of justice and now am bassador to Italy and Baron Rosen recently appointed as ambassador to tho United States to succeed Count Cas slnlJapaneseDaron Komura minister of foreign affairs and Kogoro Take hire minister to the United States- A day or two ago the Russian and Japanese governments formally com municated to President Roosevelt the names of the plenipotentiaries they respectively had selected Acting as an intermediary the president communi cated the names of the Japanese en Toys to the St Petersburg govorn ment and those of tne Rusalan repre sentatives to the government of To ltJo KNIAZ POTEMKINE Rebel Warship Sailed Apparently In Direction of Roumanian Coast Odessa July 3The Knlaz Potem kine sailed apparently in the direction of the Roumanian coast and nothing has since been heard of nero With her departure the situation for the moment has taken a more favorable turn A press correspondent has just been told officially that the mutinous crew of the Georgl Pobledonosetz have In formed the governor general of their Intention to surrender Vice Adm Krugers squadron having left Sebastopol the Georgi Pobledeno setz is the only warship remaining hero The only element of Immediate dan ger from mutinous sailors now appear to lie with the Kniaz Potemklne London July 3Lloyds agent at ECustenjI Roumanta in a dispatch late 920 oclock Sunday night says the Knlaz Potemklne and torpedo boat No 267 are anchored oft that port and that another steamer is in the offing apparently watching THE INDICTED PACKERS Will Attempt To Defeat the Govern ment Through Injunctions Chicago July 3Ettorts are to be- made by the packers Indicted by the federal grand Jury Saturday to defeat the governments aim through Injunction proceedings The packers have authorized their sepcial counsel John- S Miller to file their petition for an Injunction at his discretion in the United States court In fact the notices informing the federal officials that a petition would be filed asking for an Injunction already have been prepared for service Attorney Miller stated that the action seeking an injunction would be uncommon but not without precedent cases being on record in several In stances supporting the contemplated move by the packers Sentenced To Be Hanged Kansas City July aFrank Hott man convicted of complicity In the murder of Clarence Myers was sen tenced to be hanged August 10 Mrs Myers also is under sentence of death For Higher Education New York July ITen million dol lars as an endowment for higher education in the United States has been given the general education board by John D Rockefeller The announcement was made by Dr Wallace Dut trick of the board at a meeting Womans Suffrage Association Portland Ore July IAt the meet- Ing df the National Woman Suffrage association tho treasurer showed total receipts for the past year to be U4 862 total disbursements 12437 bat ante la treating 16H4 Auunrtraa Infliuntr Ammtg Itartti favows Btstutr j Moral By COL ALBERT CLARKE Prominent Lawyer and Eeonomltt iA MERICAS influence in the world Is due in my judgment to several causes which may be briefly enumerated 1 Our historic purpose to attend to our own attain and keep aloof from the intrigues of other nations When a real occasion arises for friendly suggestion our habitual noninterference gives us great powei 2 The fact that we have made popular government a success causes older systems to stand somewhat in awn of us Their people believe that what we propose is in the peoples interest and the consent of the governed become every year more and more a factor in the affairs of hereditary rulers thanks to American example 3 The inherent and apparent justice and world benefit in what ever we have done or proposed JOur successful revolt against the tyranny that would not allow us to manufacture and that taxed Iwithout representation our annexations of territory from George Rogers Clarks capture of the northwest to the responsibilities which resulted from the Spanish war our emancipation of the blacks as an incident of the war for the preservation of our union our coopera tion with other nations to restore order in China preserve the open door of commerce and prevent aggression by any one powerthese- are the great features in our history which the whole world recognizes admires and respects and they are a source of immeasurable influence 4 Our size population wealth manufactures agriculture trans portation facilities and what de Tocqueville spoke of as the readiness of every man to rush to the national defense as though it were his own personal concern These evidences of material strength and patriotic purpose unequaled In any other country stand in majestic silence as things that must be reckoned with by any power or com bination of powers which might be inclined to put us to a test 5 The fact that ours is a government of laws and not of men that the nation does nothing without deliberation and reason that itI respects the rights and interests of other naions and peoples anti is intolerant of only tyranny and inefficiency and that we recognize and da not shrink from the white mans burden and cherish a great altruistic purpose to elevate and advance mankindthese considerations give us a moral power which I think surpasses even our unequaled material strength a power before which despots tremble and to which the oppressed of all the world look with confidence and hope 6 And finally our isolation and our freedom from the rivalries ofcenturies and the necessity for preserving the balance of power We can do what we will if we will to do right and that alone would make our influence the greatest in the world w11t faking of tt OQptattan r1ptIar By DR HERBERT WELCH President or Ohio Wciltyan University The problems which lie before our people de mand for solution breadth of vision self control honorable tion and will directed steadfastly in channels of unselfish living If the problems of pauperism crime vice lawlessness intemperance class hatreds political corruption the complex problems centered in the ad ministrations of our huge and growing citiesif those and thousand more are to be wisely solved the men and women who go out college halls are to have large share in their solution If we are to have political service at home and abroad which shall be credit and profit to the nation if our government is to be more truly and con sistently government by the people and for the people people vir tuous and wise enough to be intrusted with power of government if capital and labor arc to become true yokefellows instead of antagonists if we are to boast of political independence which while it acts through parties never surrenders conscience to parties if legislation is to be kept pure and so that the rights of property shall be protected but the abuse of property power whether by individuals or corporations shall be prevented and the interests of those who are poor or ignorant or young or old or weak or misguided shall be jealously guarded by the strong and capableif in word these United States are to possess national spirit which rises superior to mere environment which amid changing conditions manufacturing and agricultural city and rural masters and is not slavishly governed by themthen in the future as in the past there will be found in the forefront of every movement for national betterment the men and women who to natural ability have added the training of the college and the character of the Christian who have climbed high enough to have broad views of these and kindred problems and who are humble enough to serve The college people will investigate industrial conditions they will go into city settlements they will be found not only in foreign and home missions but in political leadership and office and at the head of great industrial enterprises The Christian scholar broad wise deep and kind is our hope Abe Woman Club as a factor in education By MRS JOHN RITCHIE JrPresident of the Oorehcutcr Miu Social Club of Women their inten from just The reason why the Japanese few years ago were able to change in from an empire- of most despotic princi ples toa liberal consti tutional monarchy lay in the fact that ever since 1860 peopleThebj the people even if the rulers were willing lies in the fact that the mass of its people are uneducated and unfit for self guvernntnt One hundred years ago woman was machine for household work within 50 years we have seen her reaching more and more toward the light and within the past 20 years the womens clubs have been her ally They have opened to her new subjects for thought they have possiblebeforeWoman is made broader and stronger by this knowledge she may not wish to vote but she is competent to consider questions ofsocial or economic importance from viewpoint far better than the narrow platform of women of her status in the past That which broadens woman helps the home for woman is now as she has always been the maker of the home and upon her influence depends the character of the atmosphere that exists there All virtues if too strongly developed become vices so the virtue and benefit of club experience may be carried so far as to be a disadvantage but such excesses are the exception and not the rulej a n a a a a j a a a a a j a a moment n a a HAS FAMILY TREE DF LUXE Illuminated and Decorated OeneaJo gics for the Wealthy Person ages of New York The family tree do luxo is the latest development in tho everIncreasing Interest which rich New Yorkers are tak- Ing in their ancestors A few years ago society was content to talk about their notable forebears to assert that they could race their family back to such and such a year or to this duke or that lord Mere assertion no longer suffices Anyone could assert that they came from such and such a stock but not everyone could prove It The demand now Is for an absolute and undoubted record without any missing threads and written down In such form that there can be no doubt about It An artistic woman of Bait more who Is an officer in a number of Maryland historical societies and the author of a look on Marylaud history conceived the Idea of working out the family histories of the rich old famtllei of that state after the style ot tho old illuminated missals In the British Museum and the Vatican Her first effort Is to work out the fam lly history from the old records of the south and to follow them back to their English or French origin This Is a work of several months for each family Sometimes one puzzling ancestor will require weeks of searching before his place and position can bo fully established Again the thread which she follows backward will snap perhaps because some county courthouse was burned years ago and the records de strayed as has happened in a number of Maryland counties This means more troubleOnce the record Is complete the task of putting It Into de luxe form begins The history Is written by band on sheets of vellum a hand so perfect that Itreads like engraving The paragraphs are punctuated by Illuminated lettering There are water color Illustrations also showing the old houses that figure In the family history Such a book only the rich may hope to possess The afternoon caller glancing through Its pages cannot fall to be Im pressed and as It II a work ot art there Is more of an excuse for showing It than some of the printed volumes which have been Issued In such numbers One of the first of these handmade genealogies to come to New York Is the property of Mrs Francis Lemoine Lor Ing of No 811 Fifth avenue It Is a man uscript record of the Holland family of Maryland and England of which Mrs Loring is a direct descendant- FREEMASONRY OF CHINESE Oriental Country Is Full of Secret Or den Purpose of Which Is to Overthrow Dynasty The Installation of a grand master of the Chinese secret orders In the United States popularly known as the Chinese Free Masons has aroused Interest In the question of the connection between the Chinese secret societies and the Ma sonic body Allusions to Chinese Freemasonry appear periodically in the newspapers though according to the Cyclopedia of Fraternities there is no such thing M Freemasonry among the ChineseThe Masonic lodges In China are in the foreign concessions at the sea port Their membership le composed exclusively of others than Chinese and they are conducted under foreign war rants The rites of the Chinese secret societies bear som resemblasce tothose of the Freemasons which accounts for the popular supposition of a connection between the two The similarity though more apparent than real Is re markable in view of the antiquity of both and the impossibility of either to have been patterned after the other China Is filled with secret societies most of which have for their object the overthrow of the Tslng dynasty with a pretended benevolent purpose to veil the political significance of the organi zation The most powerful of these societies the Kalao Slut numbers moro than 1000000 The Cyclopedia ot Fraternities contains an account of an Initiation cere mony at a Chinese lodge In Spokane Wash at which four white men Free masons were present by invitation The lodge represented a benevolent branch jf tho Kalao Hut Thor were references to the Immortal throe clrcumambula Lion four stations at which question were asked and answers returned kneel log on crossed swords tea drinking burning Incense a traditional season of refreshment and signs In which the bend- and hands were unable to detect any thing that resembled the Masonry with which they were familiar Tho same authority lives this aoe count of the secret signs used by the Triad society which was at the bottom of the Talplng rebellion Members always halt on entering a house and then proceed with the left foot first When sitting they place their toes together and spread their heels apart They also recognize one another by the way they place their tea cups on the table and the manner In which they hitch their trousers Their motto is Drive out the Tartar Treason Is punished by lopping off the ears of a minor offender The final punishment- Is beheading Never Been There Did you ever visit a crematory asked Mrs Glenmore No answered Mrs Nurlcb I aint Interested in em A lady from the coun try always supplies us with milk an but- terDetrolt Tribune Ills Loss Miss Rlchlelgh I understand Lord needelgh haa lost considerable money since he has been in this country JackThen it Is true you have broke the engagement Judg I MODERN DRINK HABIT It Is a Bondage That Is Worse Than Slavery and Claims More VIc tim Than the Scourge Herbert Spencer said People never go right until they have tried all pos sible ways ot going wrong The English philosophers statement has application to tho modern drink habit Abraham Lincoln aald of slav ery that No nation con remain halt slave and half free The modern drink habit le a greater slavery than human bondage says the Cleveland World Slavery had but oneItap root avarice In the heart of the slave owner but tho modern bondage has two tap roots avarice in the hearts of the manufacturers and sellers of strong drink and appetite In the vlo time Every attempt to curb or to regulate this evil causes men to decry the effort IUI an attack upon personal liberty The question however as to whether or not saloons shall exist Is not one ot personal liberty Every citizens liberty ends where tho riGhts of his neighbors begin A man has tho right to drive his own horse a mile In three minutes If there by he doc not Inflict cruelty to his animal but he cannot drive at that i speed within the limits of the city where the rights of pedestrians must also be safeguarded A citizen has the right to manufacture glue or powder but not within certain municipal bounds for the safe ty and comfort of citizens may be a greater good than the coining of money In these ways It the saloon IUI an institutionnproves to be a nuisance In the com munity depreciating property values breeding crime and poverty then a community can abolish till saloon without discussing the right of any dividual to drink Intoxicating IntWhat Chief Justice Taney of United States supreme court years ago has been upheld by court In the Instance of every thatftouching the leglllty of laws Judge Tanoy said If any state deems the retail and Internal tramoIIn ardent spirits Injurious to Its citi t zens and calculated to produce Idle y nose vice and debauchery I see noth ing In tho constitution of the United States to prevent It from regulating or restraining the traffic qr prohibiting It altogether If It thinks proper The law preventing the public sale of certain kinds of meats is just as sumptuary a law as the one prohibit Ing tho sale of poisonous drinks as a beverageWhat 0 Holland said in 1873 Is all the more true today Men dread cholera the yellow fever and the smallpox and take expensive precaution against It while the ravages tit i all of them In one year do not producetthe mischief that Intemperance a month It Is worse than a plague worse than fire or Inundation or war Nothing but sickness death Immoral ity crime pauperism and a frightful waste of resources comes of It Noth lag Is born of It Meantime our public I men are timid about It our children are half Indifferent over It our politi clans utter wise things about personal rights and sumptuary laws and tho people are going to tho devil Fathers mothers dont drink yourselves and teach your children to avoid the use of Intoxicating liquors as they would shun the cholera and tho smallpox BRIEFLY STATED In the exposition at St Louis a map of Belgian schools showed 103830 pu pits In all of whom more than 41000 j are pledged total abatineral In 2127 I different schools these temperance clr 1 des are formed and during the brief time thlll plan has been in vogue near ly 90000 children have taken the life pledge Not satisfied with tho part the constituent alcohol takes In Increasing o demand for Itself In tho ono who drinks we hear of all sorts of expedi ents taken The beer Is salted tho food served with liquor so highly sea soned that a thirst Is created even the toilet utensils In a hotel havo been found to smell of liquor and sidewalks have been sprinkled with sawdust which had been soaked in strong drink Hartford Advocate Mrs Dr Marsh president of the w0 T U work In Bulgaria writes that in a small village near Sofia the women become districted over the drinking habits of their husbands and unablo to persuade the saloonkeeper not to sell to them petitioned the national assembly to protect them by dOlling the saloon which has actually been done a great triumph for the petitioners Not a Question of Time On April 8 Charles Butler aged 20 of Brooklyn N Y drank a quart of brandy in an hour and won a wager of I sip A few hours later ho died and now the coroner of churches butts in and threatens to make an arrest As multiplied thousands are killing them selves every year by drinking brandy we do not understand that It is any of the coroners business whether the to tal drinking is done in a few hours or a few years The result is tho same In each case If it is crime to drink ones self dead In an hour It Is equal ly criminal to do it in a year Tho ele ment of time should cut no figure Pomoroy 0 Leader Y MAKING A CEMENT SILO Experience of a Practical Farmer Which Is Favorable to Its Vie ai Agalnat Wooden Structure This U my second stations experl ence with cement silo and U satis factory m every respect From what I learn from others having wood allos cement la superior and wero I to build a dozen silos I would build cement My silo Is built at end of base barn I commenced by digging pit two feet more In diameter than Inside diameter silo which la 14 feet and four feet fcttpcr than bottom of feed ing floor tramping the earth Ormly twofoot strip running around of bottom putting In outsldoI JNBIDU KOIIM FOn SILO Inches and 6 Inches thick around outside of bottom of pit In our first Illustration says the Rural New Yorker Is shown one end of Inside form of silo The pieces marked board are 18 inches long and 1U thick to the edges of which upright pieces one Inch thick four inches wide and 2H feet long are i nailed commencing one Inch back from the opening no that a key one by six Inches can be used between the two halves of form This form Is 12 Inches lets In diameter than outside form dur second Illustration shows the outside form of the silo The hoops are 316x24 Inches riveted to pieces 1x3 planed fly fret long using one rivet four Inches from end of I hoops pieces Lugs and bolts are at ends of Place Inside form on concrete with the halves extended by one by six Inch I ryOUTSIDI FORM FOIL SILO sU Fill space between inside form and earth with concrete well firmed by 1 tamping tu It Is bong put In fvben concrete is well set about 14 hours take out keys raise form two feet fill u before to top of ground After set ting raise form as before On the side silage Is to bo taken out put in door Stasis The doors are placed In perpendicular line about three feet space between Then put outside form which was adjusted so as to leave a sixInch space fill four inches concrete Then lay No 8 wire one Inch from outside ends going through door frame and clinching as before putting three wires iq the twofoot nil equal distance apart The outside form wan six Inches higher than the Inside form The nil was made level with the Inside At the next raise the forms come even The raising and filling are made once a day giving sufficient time for the concrete to harden The wires occupy i the spaces between doors the ends of which are overlapped until we reach the height of 36 feet The method of raising forms and elevating concrete Is by rope and pulley attached to polo one end of which rests on barn roof and the other end In a fork made by fastening two poles together near their upper ends and extending somewhat above the desired height Tho inside form Is used as a scaffold to work from In making concrete I take one of cement to six of gravel using moat water enough so as to pack or firm well The inside of silo Is finished by putting on a coat composed of one part cement to two parts of fine sand using form of scaffold by lowering After finishing the sides the whole bottom is firmed putting about eight inches of concrete and finishing as were the sides making sure that no byiwofor sides and two by eight for top and bottom cut to the circle of silo all beveled on the inside so as to receive door made to fit opening Doors are made of one by four matched nailed to curved edges of two pieces of two by four cut to circle of silo The two by four are just long enough to clear the Inside of frame and the fourInch stuff IStrange Thing in thing in DreedlnBI la that all pigs of n lame one is nearly sure to be better than the others or one has Inherited I tome of the characteristics of ancestor But this makes it Interesting and gives opportunity for selection and variation Midland Farmer Give Sow Exercise It is often well to scatter some shelled corn on the floor of tho pen BO that the sow will take exercise In pick N ui the malts 1 X projects far euongh at nds sad side to allow bevel to be made to fit bevel in frame Bolts nlno inches by three eighths are inserted through door hoar each end of two by tour cross pieces When theso doors are In place the bolts are to go through two by four cat just long enough to take In frame on outside Before putting door In place put narrow strips of tar paper around beveled edges and after door Is In place put sufficient tar paper to cover Inside of door lapping well on concrete three or four Inches These doors are not tp be put in place til needed in filling eilo- SWEET CORN It Is One of the Best Feeds for Ootr as It la a Milk Producer of High Quality Sweet corn U one of tho best feed for the cow in milk as It Is a milk producer and succulent It stands equally high as food for all other kinds of stock It comes in best when pastures are scant and no other green feed available It furnishes a great amoun of feed that is highly palata ble and nutritious and It keeps np the milk flow during the droughty period If you have a large dairy herd or If you aro growing young stock pro vide a patch of this corn enough to carry you over the usual period of dry scant pasturage Generally moro stock can bo pastured In tho early part of the reason than at any other time says the Ohio Farmer The spring rains have a growing Influence on early pasture till along In August when dry hot weather causes the land to become less productive Then lathe time when sweet corn should bo ready to feed either In the stable or pasture lot We have raised sweet corn for a number of years for this very purpose In fact this crop with us Is about aa essential as silage In winter to help push the stock successfully through tho pasturing season Sweet corn must be grown both for Its fodder and grain One Is about as essential at the other la drilling ono Is very apt to get the seed In too thick and more fodder Is raised than grain It planted In checks tho opposite condi tion results We have found that by using the two horso cornplanter and planting three to four kernels In a hill 18 Inches apart both fodder and grain will be more equally propor tioned THE STEER A HELP How His Presence on the Farm Is- ProfitableEvery Farm Should Raise at Least One The steer is always a help to the farm even though the grain put through him brings no more than In any other way of disposing of It We at least have In the steer a source oi considerable fertility to the farm and little labor Is required The feeding of silage to steers has been tried and found to be a success Tbe people that are opposed to feeding silage to milk cows do not have the same argu ment to help them as they have In the case of tho milch cow It la evi dent that nature intended the stect to be one of the chief pillars of the farm when wo consider the way she has covered our farms with fields ol grace cut by streams of running water What hint could bo stronger- I believe there should be a steer a year raised on every farm and thai he should be a high quality steer too The price of tho steer is not likely to decline We no longer have U look for an Increase of competition From the ranges They have done their worst as competitors It is out turn now More people are coming From Europe every year and on soon as they reach our shores they begin to cat meat In ten years they have greatly increased their meat consump tion and the children of foreigners are aa great meat eaters as we are I believe we cannot do better than work In a steer a year as tae product- of every tarnllenry Edison Camp bell County Kr In Farmers Kevlew Sustains LtmeSulphur Wash Repeated experiments In New York state confirm the earlier estimates of the utility of the limesulphur wash in repression of Saa Jose scale More recent work also Indicates a wider scope for this spray lid establishes Its value as a fungicide fur certain forms of dls ease like peach leaf curl and apple scab 1115 probable that in scaleinfested orchards the necessary treatment with the sulphur wash may not be additional work but a gubtitiluto for the first of the regular treatments with Bordeaux mixture and poison Bulletin 262 of the station at Geneva presents a most extensive series of tests including wore than 7000 trees that es tabllsh this double value of the sulphur washes The bulletin should receive careful attention from every fruit grow erlralrlo Farmer Feed the Main Thing ftfo matter how skilled wo may be In heeding and making nicks crosses an sut crosses the main thing with the cow Is her feed and unless she and hei offspring are fed enough and well the randduigbtcr wll be a scrub and dear at most any priceJason- Dont Go It BUnd Dont go It blind It you purpose to put on a certain crop study the crop until you know what it demands in the wil and then study your soil until you know how It answers or falls to answer to the needs and demands of the crop This kind of preliminary work would prevent a good many costly failures In farming Dip the Lamb When the ewes have been shorn the lickswill Ipave them for the lambs The lamba dan thin be dipped FOX TERRIER ADOPTS CAT Deprived of Her Litter Dog Find and Brings Home Young Kitten to Nurse Seattle WashIn total disregard for publicity lovemaking is carried on dally on Third avenue below Potter and Union streets but at tho same time It the crowd of spectators get too obtrusive ono picks the other up and walks off One of the sweethearts is a fox ter rier of the lady persuasion and the other is a wee bit of a kitten that cant be more than two weeks old Just where the fox found the kitten is a mystery Suffice it to say this same doggie had the misfortune to lose her own puppies about a week ago and after she had cried about them for nearly a day she suddenly disappeared and when she again returned she brought this kitten with her The cat Isnt the least afraid If Its bath time the kitten purrs away while the dog licks It A reporter chanced along that way just at bath time The process was tak ing place out on the sidewalk and the dog hurried up the kitten and retreated Into the doorway of a nearby store Depositing the kitten on the tiling she growled once or twice as a warning not to approach too near and then turning continued the cleansing of her baby charge Its just a case of mothers love thats all which refused to be satisfied until something had been found to take the place of tboho lost puppies SNAKE TRIES TO EAT BABY Infant Left on Porch Found Bleeding from Fang of Monster Which Attempts to Swallow Arm Kewanee 1IIwn Mrs F II Dunn living In the eat part of El mira township ten miles southeast of here began her housework recently she left her Infant daughter on a pies of carpet on the porch After being out of doors halt an hour she was terrified to see a monster snako twisted about the child She frightened the reptile away then picked up the bleeding child and ran to the field to bring her husband When the man came to the porch the snake was again approaching He killed the snake which measured five feet In length and was three Inches through at the largest part The snake had bitten the hand adarm of the little girl In several places and the limb was covered with a secre tion which came from the reptile as It tried to swallow the member The childs hand and arm were In flamed and sore but she will recover The snake had not before been seen In the vicinity and many ex planations aro offered as to Its pre vious whereabouts Big Price for Vase A vase bought originally by a London street dealer for three dollars WAS sold recently for 128700 during tho disposal of the wonderful collection formed by the late Louis Hutb of Hertford street Mayfalr Mr Huth bought the vase from the dealer for 425 Hard Luck of a Victor A Ptttsburg man has sent Togo a box of stogies as a token of friendship and admiration It may be a lucky thing for Japan that Too has already done his duty No More Liquor Cure A London doctor announces that one will never want to drlak if ono will sit on a dish of apples The drinking Ihould now stop- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 1 CATTLECommon 3 26 Q 4 00 Heavy steers 4 85 5 00 ALVES Extra 4p C 50 JlOOBCb packers 6 50 5 55 Mixed packers 5 40 5 50 SHEEPExtra 0 4 35 AMBS Spring 8 25 0b 8 40 MHm Spring pat 0 00 G 6 3- 5WHEATNo2 red Q 1 09 No 3 red tip 1 0- 0COHNNo2 mixed 0 57 No2 white 5- 8OATSNo2 mixed 3- 3RYENo2 81 8- 3IIAYCh timothy 011 6- PORltClear mess r114 10 WVIID Steam 7 25 UTTTEn Ch dairy 14 Cholco creamery 4A 22 PPLES Choice 3 50 4 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 0 1 BO TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 4 50 4714 75 Chicago LOUR Winter oat B 10 ft 5 50- VHEAT No 2 red 1 05 No 3 red 1 00 1 1- 0CORNNo2 mixed 56 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 321- 1RyENo2 79 80 PORKMess 12 60 12 65 JVRD Steam 7 25 p 7 27 M New York FLOURWin strts 4 60 4 6- 5WHEATNo2 red G 1 0- 8CORNNo2 mixed 6- 2OATSNo2 mixed 3C 4f 36d- RYEWestern 0 82yj PORKMess 412 25 jARD Steam 7 10 0 7 60 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 471 SCi1 CORNNo 2 mixed 61- 1CATTLLSteers 4 00 0 4 BO SifFEPNo 3110 3 60 Louisville VHEAT No 2 red 1 0- 0COnNNo2 mixed 4p 57Y- JOATSNo2 mixed 35 ORK Mesa 11 00 LARDSteam 6 BO Indianaoolls- VHEAT No 2 red 0 1 0- 0CORNNr 2 mixed V8O- ATSNo 2 mixed O SOW thebeatI COLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY AND HARNESSI That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky S R BAKER Dentist OrriCB Over fttoilnf office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain BomDOforna Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestion Dys pepsin or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strength DJspepsiaCureoff the stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing it to rest untl it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and nil other system not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition The constantly increasing use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure by physicians of hos general practice of itself tejls how this most wonderful mod ern discovery has proved to be the greatest digestant for the alleviation of suffering humanity Its many cures largerday New Furnishings in every room All service first olase Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop ia connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop OPpoa4Court Richmond Ky I 1 r MONUMENTS Yr a Htadatonoa Statwarf Orault a4 Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable price and with dispatch All work guar anted b- yGOLDEN de FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cbrotr et Man and Oolllni Street w A Smooth Article When you find it necessary to use salve uee DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for sores Burns Bolls Eczema Blind Bleed lug Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity oomfl8udState for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work moet prominent people of B rea and vicinity txpl8lSillcharges paid one way S G FRANKLINMt Ky RKnxBMCB i Rank of Mt Versos Berea College PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Largess College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScIenceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mq and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yeara Academy Courie Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baecalaur ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Ghrlsiiaa education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must alsa of 11 weeks 52425 Fall term opens September 14 Tho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation allele Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations Ton INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TBE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berca Madison County fC Madison County Roller Mils EqN4M44 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour lIIelottlIM4I Potts z Duerson TUto Sutkm Ky I II KodolST DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The S 1 00 bottl contain 2H tlmi tha trlil alp which Ulor 50 cent- alarirA ONLY AT Tea UtORATOKY Or E C DeWITT k COMPANY CHICAGO ILL NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1 1905 Going North Trln 4 Dally Leave Bores34G n m Arrive Rtchmond415 a m Arrive Parill62Ba m Arrive Ciaetonati750 a m- Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive ParisS8Op m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m and Knoxtlll In both direction Trains num txn 1 and 4 Pullman vetlbuled Sleeping car and eoache between Cincinnati and Knox vllle In toth direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON a Dentists to loaloa1coRichmond Ky Throe Good and Just Reasons There are three reasons mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First it is absolutely harmless Sec end it tastes good children Third it cures Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough when other reme dies fall Sold by Portorl Drug Co MAKE MONEY Ityou want to wake money quickly with mail capital write for Information U 8 SECURITY CO INC 1117 Third Avenue PITTSBURH PAt FounddI countyCertificate maybebrought DYSPEPSIA CURE pmArrive tUfBurr1 Williams fa bettor proper ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean teff and Pressing a socially Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Bewa Kr Billious Bill was agitated And was much debilitated consumptionThat When helearn dwhat was the matter Bill made all the doctors scatter Now he is his own adviser Swears by little early risers The Famous Little Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Hcadaonc Biliousness etc by the tonic effect Theynevergdpeorsfckenbut for children or adults Sold by Porter Drug Co- LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RYCO Time tabln effect April IS 90S BOUNDSNal 8 Nofi pmNI7fQRlchmondarllM Richmond IT 12M p m ISO a m Irvine a 103 7JO- BeattyTlll 240 r BeattyTllla Jet 800 1020 WEST BOUND No 2 No4 No 6 Verulllea 759 a m 823 p m Nicholas lIIe 03 237 295RichmondRichmond ar 7S3 p m 130 Irvine 64 p m 1123 rtoultyvllle Isar945BcattyTllle Jet 830 1030 No 2 and 61 and 3 make close connection at 10 Iron and CID i 1lIalle e function lor Jackson For any further Inform lion ddreu any agent Qr11Rt 5 11111 a F A P Art Veri lllnKr C K HansonrLICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All ealla promptly attended to Blfhl end day Telephone No 4 Berta Kj r Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for itylc comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satlifactlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed to Ugh that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect t fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEKEA KENTUCKY HtHHH + I I I I II I I HH3 iii I II I I I I I I I I HHH MI1 I Berea and Vicinity t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t1iHitM1111 1 I 1 I 1 1 111 1 I I I I st Miss Mary Robinson left for Cin cinnati on Monday morningtMr Jas Early is making some additions to his houso this week Prof Dodge reports green corn torI dinner on Juno 30 Who beats that f Miss Grace Lester started on her western trip by the early train Mon Porter has gone to morningJ home for a few weeks L 0 Lester moved J4 to the homo of Mrs Emily Lester iyestorlayMr and Mrs J W Stephens were Lr in Cincinnati for three or four days of + the past week Mr H IJ Jones of Spinksvillo tIll speutSunday with his wife and r BOH at tho home of S G Hanson i The members of the Berea Bap tist Sunday School enjoyed a picnic at Mallory Springs last Saturday- Mr anti Mrs T II Horton enter ytainedgnito a number of their friends on Saturday evening lastWorkmen have begun work on the house which J W Stephens is erect ing on the lot next to the Second ChurchBoth the Borea Public Schools begin next Monday See to it tbatI 16tlm children are all in school the day Quito a contingent of picnickers went from Berea to Whites Station on Tuesday and spent a most pleas ant day there The Boys Club returned from their outing at Mallory Springs on Wed 1 nesday morning They report a most enjoyable time Mr II C Woolf left fog South Greenfield Mo on Thursday morn ing where he will bo employed in a bank recently opened there Mrs Jennie Hill started on her trip to Oregon by the early train Wednesday She will be joined by Miss Grace Lester at Chicago Miss Alta B Hough who has been employed in the College Treas urers ollico for the past year left for horhbmo at Geneva Ohio Mon day on the early train President Frost preached to the Boys Club which is camping Mallory Springs last Sunday largo audience from various parts cf the country was present The flew 11E Tuppor conducted service at the Parish House las Sunday morning Ho preached a very helpful sermon upon the themer Have that mind in you which was also in Christ Jesus The Christian Endeavor Society gave a patriotic social at the Parish House on Monday evening About f were present Each person artrclbe r l country As a result many strange a designs were in evidence which only the most ingenious mind could interpret An enjoyable time wasa spent byall present Rev C S Mason of Cincinnati who was expected to preach at tho I Parish House next Sunday is notf able to be hero at that time and Rev L E Tupper will occupy tho pulpit Mr Mason will be here the following Sunday July 20IMrs Sarah L Hoag the genial matron of Ladies Hall loft for Binghampton on Monday She will visit New York during the Rummer Mrs Hoag leaves many warm friends in Boron who will wish her much success in her new field of workITho fireworks display on tho Athletic Field the night of time Fourth was very creditable Much praise is duo the young men who conceived the idea and carried it out so well Time only defect was thoI loss of Professor Dinsmoros speech He says that it was an unusually fine one Mr Malcolm Holliday a wellI known and popular student of tho Normal Department of Berea Col loge has been appointed collector of internal revenue for six mountain counties with headquarters at Haz ard It is a worthy appointment on which both Mr Holliday and the six counties are to be coo rntulatedI Tho Berea Public School ored children is to be assisted byI Mrs Frost and friends whom hopes to enlist BO as to make up as far as may bo to tho colored people tho loss which they suffer byreason of tho law which excludes thom romI Berea College The teachers be Mr Joshua Crenshaw who graduated from the College in 1802 11mI Miss Pattie Turner a graduate of the Normal Department These superior teachers have been secured the term will bo lengthened and some industrial features will be in troduced Soldiers Picnic The sixth annual soldiers picnic was held on the 4th inst at tho usual place the grounds of Prof L V Dodge Between 30 and 40 veterans eight or ten soldiers widows and members of their families 120sntdotvtAon similar previous gatherings th weather was ideal Social chat rnptidlyt oil the chairs were arranged in n body under the trees and two hours wero given to short speeches Time fol lowing topics were discussed 1VIm- the G A R Stands for What wo did During tho War Capt James West Post and the State Encamp ment What we must do in the 1u ture Womenand tho G A R The Several speakers were Messrs E B i DybeeLDodge Louis Snmllin 11 1 Gab bard A Peltiford Horace Yates M Ray Wright Kelly Thomas Daugh only nUll Mesdames Marv II Dodge E Lou Hanson std Sallio Bicknell Tho fact that next years State En cninpnuiit is to como to Korea furnish ed Inspiration toward renewed olfortt in tho direction of lofty patriotism A Photo Party A photo patty at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Porter on last Wcdnewlaj evening was a uniquo neil enjoyable occasion throughout Twenty guests had been summoned by an invitation viewlofA graphophbno in tho furII nished its share of cntertuinllwlltI i Thw guests wort first furnished with tooth picks and chewing gum After extracting the sweetness from theii mouMjwhich Mr Porter as to accuracy of dCRignIITime next item guessing context in tho where about fifty pictures of notable pNlionsI wero hung Miss Putnam was victor in this department guessing forty two out of the fifty Upon adjourn ing to time dining room tho gut ta seated themselves at tho plates Insido which they found their own photograph Delicious refreshments wore served The occasion was in I part a farewell to Mrs Porters brother Mr H C Woolf who left the following morning for Missouri That Fishing Party Owing to tho numerous anti con flicting rumors which are Halting around regarding tho fishing party which went to Hummel two wlCksu a CITIZDX reporter pros deemed it his duty for tho public good to interview a reliable source of information and publish tho authentic report of tho trip In tho first place it rained in tho socoud place it poured and lastly it came down in torrents Testimony is unanimous on this point Messrs Mark Spiuk anti Fay Hanson wore tho advance guard who wont the day before to put up tie touts nUll arrange for fine weather Thoir labors were Herculean and whom night cameo they lay down upon mho wet grass to dream of fish and land of sunshine On tho morrow tho main party arrived by tho noon train cud were t once escorted to the camp grounds hut before they worn all under cover tho clouds again sprung a leakand n u mighty storm prevailed for time It should bo noted in this connection that a sharp dispute arose between tho advance guard and tho Porter because till latter refused to carry twentytwo cots from time car to tho schoolhouse distance of threefourths of a miloITowards evening the cleared somewhat and tho hopes of the bedabbled plainly began to rise as did tho waters of tho rushing stream by As night set in tho weary Willies of both sexes sought rest in their respective tents But no sleep was granted them for behold time Bank Portor kept the graphophono busy throughout time silent watchcH of tho darkness Whoa Bill proved to ho tho favorite a title which that gentleman had conferred upon him his weary victims Besides this towards morning a storm was do scried approaching aunt the party beset by weariness of body and vexation of spirit mallsulllty trans for to tho shelter of tho nearby schoolhouse Truo it afforded shelter from tho ruin but they found building already occupied1with bilinest insects over was A compromise was made with tho natives and tho invaders of insect paradiso remained until day break At noon a start wits made for homo The train was nn hour or two lato mid soon starvation began to stare them in tho fame Tho timely arrival of a goodnatured German with somo sausages and coffee averted any tragicalclimax Mummy incidents of interest occurred which only lack of space prevonts us from publishing Let us sum them up in brief Dr Cornelius declares that social privileges are enjoyable marl quotes as his authority from Russell Sageespccially tholussoll Doe Davis is still searching for his bottle of tonic which Achau hid in the tent Severn cat fish and a few crayfish were caught by tho party It is stated on good authority that at the first sign of n weeks rain this party will start immediately for another outing 0rlosv to Peed Young Children A child of two years needs four meals tbo first at 730 time second at 11 am the third at 130 and the fourth at 030 p m The first meal should bo of milk bread and butter and perhaps well cooked oatmeal or wheaten breadten cut very fine or scraped broth or In stead baked potato If permitted and 11 light dessert such as a tablespoonful of simple custard boiled or baked or limo rennet curd called Junket or slip the fourth meal bread and milk only 1 1 THE NEW MANAGER OF THE CITIZEN TUB CITIZEN has taken a forward step which will gratify all its readers in securing a manager thoroughly in sympathy with tho aims of the paper and n mUll whoso genial temper und high abilities muko him at once a trusted friend and leader for tho people of Eastern Kentucky The former managers have given us n paper which ill a welcome visitor in every homo In particular Mr Hiuman who now goes to another position where ho will receive larger compensation as a printor has put TUB CITIZEN at tho very head of tho procession in tho clearness of its typo and tho general stylo and neat ness of its makeup KEY lKLANII E Tl ITKR Tho now manager Rev Leland E Tripper comes to us from tho Green Mountains of Vermont Ho favorablykuowu some years tho popular and success ful principal of tho famous academy at Williamsburg Brother Tuppor is provided with horse buggy and saddle bags and will IK out among our 8iibscrilorH making acquaint anccs helping the schools and churches in each localityand gathering tho news In this waywar desire that ho should plant THE CITIZEN in every homo We wish it understood that THE CITIZEN is run not for more lucre but for the benefit of tho jieoplo of Eastern Kentucky At tho recent meeting stockholders of the Bored Publishing Co tho now manager was directed to uso time eiltiro income of time paper from subscriptions and advertisement to mucking till taper as valuable as possible to its subscribers Time owners of time jNijMjr are not in it to make money but to dogoodAnd ask tho support of every one THE CITIZUN ought to bl taken by every teacher every school trustee every parent Join tho armyof people who are working with the CITIZKN to build up the mountain region Read time CITIZEN nod know what ix going on Have your chil throe read it Got tho good advice of its farm null household depart ments Give n hearty welcome to Brother Tuppor and have your dollar ready You gut back the value of many dollars for yourself and at time samQ eutnrpriseTAE TEACHERS INSTITUTES Prof J W Dinsmore will conduct tho following Institutes July 10 Whitesburg Letchcr county 21 countyJointHill Carter county August 14 Cat lot tbu rg Boyd county August 21 Grecnup arccnnp county All persona having claims against tho estate of Simpson Gentry are notified to present this on or before time first day of August 1005 properly verified SAMUEL GENTRY Adam of Simpson Gentry ii 1 t The Only Requisite for A Perfect Complexion t tareyour hands and a jar of A Pompeian theAa Massage Cream II taLiatbfosbi the sosp There It nothing In tcp s list It goal for the tissues II It rcmiloi It q btcomt in Impurity nature U tloiktJ a Pompciia starches every Impurity et ol the k tUnblacUcaJi erase soapIn the dlrtdI- be roiiuge buiMi the JounJ ttonwrInUt and tflabblarumutt to r Ocniltworatn ute It In plate of lice powder A 4 Orntlemcn use it alter hatloe- Trie flO nle I SlOO p r Ju- A The PORTER DRUG CO- hrlat where Purity it Paramount A tAAitA itA A tiitA AtA Ai1 itAitA A O AkISI itkS111y11t1111 SIri1ti111 11111 Sltllllllll Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would tnko to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFE And ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK nu u I ooooooooooeooooaooeoaoooaoooaoaoaoooaoooaoeoeoaoaooooao o- o a o I C J Hanson Companys i I HOT WEATHER BARGAINS I 0 t IN 0- U Ii Mull Batiste Netting Lawn r0 Gingham and many other Cotton Fabrics for Summer 0 IWollenJ A FULL LINE OF MILLINERY go o 0 o We do not believe in carrying over our stock It is better business policy o 0 to close them out even at a sacrifice This we arc going to do for 30 days and- o will offer From July 10th to August 10th 0 IALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST i0- a 0- i We also carry a full line of Underwear Hosiery Corsets Gloves Ribbons g and in fact most of the necessities for ladies use which will be offered at greatly g reduced prices More goods and better goods for a small expenditure than has o ever been seen in Berea Call early and get first choice a 0 llThe Shop for Ladies tt o 0- oeoaoaoaooaoaoaoeoaoeoaoaooaoaoeoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoeooaoeo oeoeoeoeoaQaoeoa j rIMPORTANT NEWS CONDENSED i Interest injr Happenings Boiled Down for the Busy Headers FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES Government Official Doings Crlmo and Casualties Progress of the War Detween Russia and Ja pan In the Far East Tho crow ot the Russian warship Knlax Potemklne ot tho Mack Boa fleet mutinied murdered most ot the officers and throw their bodies over board The vessel with two torpedo boats steamed to Odessa and there do fled the authorities threatening to bombard tho city If molested The re- maInder of tho fleet has been ordered to the scone and a regular naval bat tie Is expected In the streets masses of striking workmen who led before the volleys of tho troops uro now In flamed by tho spectacle of open revolt on board an Imperial warship and are making a bold front ngnlnut the mill taryA t state of siege has been declared In Odessa Tha conflagration Is sweep Ing along tho harbor front the sailors And strikers refusing to permit at tempts to extinguish the flames Three uninsured ships of tho Pan ilusstan Co havo been destroyed The surviving 1omearr of the battleship Knlas Potem klne number 11 Instead of eight A number of them were set ashore by the mutineers There Is severe light- Ing In tho Btrccts between strikers and troops and It Is estimated that more than 1000 were killed A dispatch from Odessa says that all tho shipping In the harbor Is In I Iflames and that the mutinous crew on Knlax Ptemklne tired a tnahlI killing tour Cossacks and wound f The commission appointed to Inquire Into the disturbances In Ixidi June 23 r has given out a statement to the effect that tht number of killed Is over 600 and the wounded over 1000 The com t mission has severely reprimanded the chief ot police thehoroI I priately marked amid Impressive cere monies which were In chargo ot the Patriotic Order Sons of America Cornell regained her preotlgo In In tarcollcglato rowing affairs by winning with turnout ease the varsity olghtoflr and freshmen eightoar races In the Intercollegiate regatta Syracuse was given the decision In the varsity four oar race vieof an oar Investigationpconstruction of tho 26000000 nitration system at Philadelphia sprung Another sensation when ho ordored the i director of public works not to pay paymentIcity by Daniel J McNIchoI under a 1certain contract until further Investi t Washington T Capps 77 father of Ir Adm W L Capps chief of tho naval bureau of construction and repair died at Norfolk Va Ho was a wealthy truck farmer A mob hanged seven negroes and ono white man near Watklnsvllle Ga- InI an effort to wipe out lawlseancss In that community The mob loft qui t etly after doing Its work The white man and four negroes were accused ot killing Mr and Mrs Frank Holrook Tho others were suspected of assault lag Mrs Weldon Dooley Wholesale grafting which It Is alleged has boon going on for several years In Milwaukee county Is expected to bo laid baro through tho result of indictments returned by the grand jury at Milwaukee William H Taft secretary of war accompanied by a distinguished party Including members of both houses of congress army officers the daughter of the president Miss Alice Roosevelt And other began their journey to the Philippines Islands They will bn gone about throe months Chief Engineer Wallace of the Panama canal commission resigned his position under pressure from the presi dent and Secretary Taft The resig nation Is said to havo followed sev eral stormy sessions of the canal board in which radical differences ot opln ion In regard to tho policy to be pur sued In tho construction of tho canal arc said to have developed John F Stevens of Chicago former ly second vlco president ot the Chlca go Rock Island Pacific railway has been selected as chief engineer of tho Panama canal commlsslpn to succeed John F Wallace The American fishing schooner Sam oset seized last sumincr by Canadian officials on tho chargo of fishing within the thrco mllo limit was condemned and will bo sold The waterways convention decided at tho final meeting that it would not on Its own authority call tho contom plated national waterways convention but would request the already existing national rivers arid harbors congress to call It- Count Casslnl the retiring Russian ambassador at Washington will be ooree under s or tsry of the foreign tffe controller of treasury has allow IThe claim of the stale of Michigan in tio sum of 47Gob for reimburse mont fur expenses Incurred by tin state In aiding the United States to ralHo tho volunteer army for tho war with Spain The wholesale grocers of tho United Status In convention fully endorsed a resolution favoring a reasonable and fair national pure food law and one which tho various states can to ad vantage endorse and enact Into state law If desired The Norwegian war department says there Is positively no truth In tho re port published In tho Jamtlnnds Pots ten of Stockholm to tho effect that Norway Is arming for a conflict with Sweden Tho Norwegian troops It la explained aro merely undergoing their annual training- W E Dauohy who has been tho en glnoer In charge of the Culobra divis- Ion of the Panama canal work has boon appointed acting chief engineer The resignation of Chief Englncci Wallaco caused a disagreeable Bur prlso principally among the employe of the canal commission Paul Morton relinquished the duties of secretary of the navy and Charles J Bonaparte of Baltimore took the oath of office as Mr Mortons suoces nor and assumed tho dutlos of the of flee After an Investigation which hat lasted over three months and during which more than 100 witnesses wore examined the federal grant jury at Chicago handed In Its report Seven teecn men prominent In the packing Industries of the country wero In dieted for violation of the Sherman antitrust law and four officials of the Scwarzchlld Sulzberger Co were In dieted for alleged Illegal rebating to the railroads- A dispatch from St Petersburg says that 300 charred cotpsos of victims of tho conflagration are still lying In a heap In one ot the harbor sheds In Odessa Thomas Guntner aged 36 dropped dead on the street ot Bristol Teen lie hall Just arrived there from Wost Virginia to see his sick mother but did not live to reach the family home Mrs Mary Jay and Mary Woodling white women were murdered In their rooms at their home In the Center street tenderloin of Scranton Pa They wore found with their heads beaten to a pulp The motive Is un known Physicians submitted a report that the wife of W II Dufree came to her death as a result of pneumonia and not poisoning from arsenic No trace of any poison was found in the wo mans viscera Dufree who was under arrest on a charge of wife murder nt Elgin III was admitted to ball- Ot all the persons whp stood about tho deathbed ot President Lincoln when ho died In the Peterson home In Washington D C only two aro now living The death of Secretary Hay removed another of the famous group of 22 and now Robert Lincoln son of the former president and Dr Charles A Lease ot Got Madison ave nut New York alone remain King Oscar has relloved C Hauge secretary of tho legation ot Sweden and Norway at Washington of his functions at tho legation Mr Haugja Is a Norwegian- M Muravloff Russian ambassador at Rome will be chief of the Russian delegation at the peace conference In August Ills name has been forward ed to Washington as plenipotentiary- In attempting to arrest Percy Couch ft wellknown young man at Decatur ATa Policeman Baker was shot and killed Couch was captured at Winchester Teen The Sharon Pa Steel Hoop Co which Is Independent of the United States Steel Corporation has stencil tho wago scale for the year 19956 on the same basis as last years scale Three soldiers of Company E 11th Infantry while rowing on Sloans Lako some miles north of Cheyenne wore drowned owing to tho boat lo k- Ing Two were rescued The death of Secretary Hay caused a profound shock In official and diplo matte quarters In Paris Premier Rouvler sent a dispatch expressing his deep regret and condolence The genoral expectation In Washington Is that William II Taft of Cln cinnati secretary of war will succeed John Hay as secretary of state The Chinese government has taken stops to stop the antiAmerican agita tlon and boycott against American goods Minister Rockhill at Poking cabled tho stale department that after repeated and urgent representations from the American legation orders have been Issued from tho Chinese for eign office to all viceroys and governors In the empire to cease antiAmeri can agitation and attempted boycott against American goods Charles H Treat of Orange N J was sworn In as treasurer of tho Unit ed States succeeding Ellis II Roberts of Now York who had held tho post for seven years Gen Balyakoff has succeeded Gen Kuropatkln In command of tho first army and Kuropatkln Is now on tho KlrlnHalllungchcng line Navigating tho air at tho height ot- a mile Roy Knabonshue at Toledo mado the first perfect flight with his airship Ho demonstrated that ho had the ship under perfect control at all times Ills entire flight was over 15 miles and at no time was the ship un manageable Three persons perished in the burn- Ing of the Collier hotel at Llaklng Mo A serious strike of farm laborers has broken out In Hungary and u a result the crops are suffering There have been riots In many places and amum ber ot strikers have been killed by gendarmes Judge James F Tracoy of Albany N Y was appointed an assistant jus taco of the supreme court of the Phil ippine Islands to succeed Judge Mc Donough of Albany whose term has expired lie Is a gold democrat Mrs Ida McKinley sent the follow ing message of condolence to Mrs Hay at Newbury You have my prayers and heartfelt sympathy In your great loss Whllo Secretary of War William H Taft Is speeding westward across thin American continent en route to tho Philippines Mrs Taft with her two children will spend tho summer In EnglandThe Indemnity question baa been settled All the powers have signed a note accepting Chinas pro petal to consider the Indemnity as a gold Instead of sliver debt The will of Mme Francesca Romana Janauschek the famous actress has boon flied In the surrogates court She leaves a personal estate of only 600 which Is loft to her only daughter Teresa Zahn Leo Reynolds 19 of Whiting Ind wAs Instantly killed and Mrs Rose Manning and Mrs Charles Brown of Chicago were severely Injured In an accident on the scenic railway at tho White City amusement park Chicago Eight relays of carrier pigeons brought a message from St Louis to Boston a distance of 1200 miles in an air line In exactly eight days the awItucketLouisville Cincinnati Plttsburg Washington Philadelphia and New York The steamship Virginia was success fully launched at the Harlan Hoi lings worth shipyards Wilmington Dol The Virginia Is owned by the Bal timore Steam Packet Co Into tbo net of secret service men fell the first presidential crank of the season Henry Seymour of Vantage L L conceived the Idea of using the president for a bill collector Ho was hustled away Tho monthly comparative statement ot government receipts and expenditures shows that for the month of Juno the total receipts woro 47950 777 The expenditures for the month amounted to 35288848 The late Secretary John Hay held a policy for 100000 In the Equitable Life Assurance society When news of his death reached the offices of the society a check was immediately made out for the full amount Frank Hottman convicted of com plicity In the murder of Clarence My ers was sentenced to be hanged Au gust 10 at Kansas City Mrs Myers also Is under sentence ot death i Coincident with the funeral at Clove f land memorial services will be held In Washington at tho Church of tho Covenant of which the late Secretory Hay was a member and an officer Lloyd agent at KustenJI Rouma nla In a dispatch says the Knlaz Pp temklno and torpedo boat No 267 are anchored off that port and that anoth or steamer Is In the offing apparently watching I Unprecedented rains supplemented LIlslVacasMexican side near Del Rio Tex resulted In the known death by drown ing of 18 persons I The Cook county grand Jury which for a month has been Investigating tho causes and conditions of the present teamsters strike returned Its reportI and with It 49 Indictments against men connected In various ways with recent labor troubles In Chicago Following an allday conference between tho executive committees of the Illinois Coal Operators association and the United Mine Workers of Illinois of tho shot firors law an agreement was reached to submit tho differences between tho two organizations to ar- bitratIon Tho question of Chinese exclusion from the United States continues I chiefly to occupy the attention of the Chinese The extent and depth of the feeling manifested astonished foreign ers and is regarded as an evidence of the growth of a national sentiment of public spirit which five years ago would have been Inconceivable Joining with his former college motel In celebrating the 25th anniver sary of the graduation of their classes from Harvard university President Roosevelt returned to his alma mater not as the chief magistrate of the na tlon but as a private citizen and a loyal Harvard alumnus Five vessels of Rr Adm Robley D Evans North Atlantic fleet are an chored in the harbor at Provlncetown Mass In readiness for the maneuvers and gun practice In the bay which have been arranged for the noxt taw days Nuncl Satollls loft hand was blown off by a cannon cracker at Ravenna O He Is 20 years old Yale won the dual basebalr cham pionship by defeating Harvard on Yale field 7 to 2 Each team made six hits and three errors There was no betting or bookmaking at tho Dolmnr race track St Louis and comparatively few spectators were present John It McLean tendered his resig nation to the Ohio democratic state convention as a member of the nation al committee It was accepted Rr Adm Willard H Brownson turn ed over tho superintendency of the na val academy to Capt George P Col vocoresses and brought to an end his threo years of management ot the in stitution The fleet of Adm Slgsbee which will convey the remains of John Paul Jones to America arrived at Cher- bourg As the American vessels came into port the batteries on the land sa luted them SECRETARY NAY DEAD The Statesman Passed Away nt Ills Summer Home Secretarys Condition Was Thought To Be Improving But the Turn For Worse Came Shortly After Midnight Newbury N H July 1 Secretary of State John Hay died at 1225 Sat urday morning Tho signs immediately preceding his death were those of pulmonary embolism Mr Hays con dition during all of Friday had been entirely satisfactory Mrs Hay and Drs Scudder and Mur phy were at the secretarys bedside when tho end came The secretary bade goodnight to his wife and to his attending physicians about 10 oclock at the close of one of the best days ho has had since his Illness The local trouble was clearing up satisfactorily according to Dr Scudder At 11 oclock he was sleeping qui etlyA few minutes after 12 oclock he called the nurse who at once summoned Dr Scudder Both Dr Scudder and Dr Murphy hastened to the bedside The secre JOHN HAT tary was breathing with difficulty and expired almost immediately afterward at 1225 Oyster Bay N Y July 3 President Roosevelt has prepared the formal proclamation announcing the death of John Hay secretary of state and it will be promulgated In Washington The proclamation will be forwarded by mail to all ambassadors and ministers of the United States In foreign countries and also will be transmitted officially to the diplomatic representa tives of foreign nations at Washington Following is the full text of the an nouncement A proclamation by tho president of the United States John Hay secretary of state of the United States died on July 1 His death a crushing sorrow to his friends Is to the people of the country ana tlonal bereavement and In addition It Is a serious loss to mankind for to him It was given to stand as a leader In tho effort to better world conditions by striving to advance tub cause of International peace and justice Ho entered the public service as the trusted and intimate companion of Abraham Lincoln and for well nigh 40 years he served his country with loyal devotion and high ability in many positions of honor and trust and fi nally he crowned his life work by serving as secretary ot the statq with such farsightedness of the future and such loyalty to lofty ideas as to confer lasting benefits not only upon our own country but upon all the nations of the earth As a suitable expression of national mourning I direct that tho diplomatic representatives of the United States In all foreign countries display tho flags over their embassies and lega tions at half mast for ten days that for a like period tho flag of the United States be displayed at half mast at ail forts and military posts and at all naval stations and on all vessels of the United States I further order iat on tho day of the funeral the legislative departments of the city of Washington be closed and that on all public buildings throughout tho United States the na tional flag be displayed at half mast Done at the city of Washington this third day ot July A D 1905 and of the independence of the United states of America the 129th Signed Theodore Roosevelt Secretary Loeb has practically completed arrangements for President Roosevelts trip to Cleveland to attend tho funeral of Mr Hay The funeral will take place at 11 oclock next Wed nesday morning Washington July 3ThI high es teem In which SecTetary Hay was unl versally held at homo and abroad Is manifested by the messages which have been received by the government and by Mrs Hay since his death They have como from sovereigns and foreign offices from officials In the diplomatic service and from men In public and private life throughout this country Noble Victim of Active Life Paris July 3The French press devotes long and eulogistic articles to the memory of the late Secretary of State Hay The Journal says ho was the noble victim of an active life and passed away when ho was most needed Universal Regret In Toklo Tokto July SNewl ot the death of Secretary of State Hay was receiv ed here with universal regret Hundreds of expressions of sorrow from prominent officer and others are tAluc AmarlQMi Mbilster Grit em ij STATE NEWS PICKUPS ij Y M C A BUILDING Q Hayes Nunnelly Offers To Contrib Ute 10000 Towards Its Erection Georgetown Ky June 29O Hayes Nunnelly of this city offered to con tribute 10000 toward erecting q build- Ing for this purpose provided furnish- Ings and maintenance shall be contrib uted by others One provision Is that the building shall be contiguous to the business portion of the city and another that the building shall always be used for the one purpose only and that In casa if failure to carry this purpose out the property shall revert to the George town college to be used foe the educa tlon of the poor and needy student Meetings lectures and a buslnes mens banquet are being given in It terest of the matter this week ON ACCOUNT OF SALARIES Six Telephone Operators Walk Out at Mt Sterling Mt Sterling Ky June 30Slx tele phone operators Miss Lillian Christie Misses Jennie McClothen Mllay Over ly Kettle Mark Nell Boyd and Mary McNamer went out on a strike from the Old Kentucky telephone exchange The strike was caused ever salaries and business was practically suspended General Manager Chambers and Local Manager Rees took charge of the switchboard The manager refuses to accede to the terms of the strikers FIRE AT GLASGOW A Racing Stallion Worth 6000 PerI- shed In the Flames Glasgow Ky July 1Flre in Capt J S Prices feed stable here destroyed 12000 worth of property The captain lost three horses one being Bodo his famous racing stallion valued at 6000 A twostory vacant building and a small dwelling a blacksmith shop all owned by Price were destroyed The fire was caused it Is believed by a spontaneous combustion of green hay in the barn Price was badly hurt trying to force an entrance to the burning building New Railroad Line Hartford Ky July 1 Articles were filed In the office of the county court clerk incorporating the Madlsonvllle Hartford Eastern Railroad Co The object of the corporation is to construct a standardgauge railroad from Madlsonvllle through Hopkins Muhl enberg McLean and Ohio counties via Hartford to Mitchells Station on the Irvlngton branch of the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad Lost Both Legs Paris Ky July 1D S Lermond foreman of the Louisville Nashvlll bridge crews at this point was knock ed down and run over by a freight car as he was crossing the tracks The car passed over his body severing both legs Just below the knees and badly bruising and mangling him about the body Yale Diplomas For Kentucky Students New Haven Ct Juno 29Tho fol lowing Kentuckluhs were graduated it arts from Yale college Lockwood An derspn B A Center college Bowling Green Elmer Selton Alexandria phil osophlcal orations highest in class Yale high school Edmund Hugglm Smith and George Amory Thomas Louisa Ky Tallied To a Cent Frankfort Ky July IAt the close of business which ends the fiscal year State Inspector HInes found a cash balance In the state treasury of 431 343 as against 350000 balance last June He also reported that the books of the auditor and treasurer tallied ton cent Roller Flour Mill earned Lawrenceburg Ky July 1Flre totally destroyed the Lawrenceburg rol ler flour mills here entailing a loss of 25000 with 16000 Insurance The cause of the tire is unknown It was owned by J H Cheatham Co of this city and had been in operation only six months For a Signal Corps Frankfort Ky July 1Adjt Gen Hanly authorized Harry Donaldson ot Frankfort to organize a signal corps company to be attached to the Ken tucky State guard Donaldson Is an experienced electrician and will likely be elected captain of the corps National Banks Paying Taxes Frankfort Ky July 1A majority of the national banks of Kentucky are paying taxes as assessed by the state board despite the fact that several banks of this class have begun injunc tlon proceedings Two Trustees Named Frankfort Ky July 1Gov Beck ham appointed Mrs S L Vanmetor ot Lexington and Mrs Robert L Stout of Versailles as trustees for the stato schools of reform in Fayetto county He also appointed Ben V Smith coun ty Judge of PulaskI county County Judge Resigns Frankfort Ky July 1 County Judge J Sherman Cooper of Puluskl county telegraphed his resignation to aov Beckham Ben W Smith of Som erset will be appointed and commis sioned to succeed him BROKE JAIL Used HIs Wifes Corset Stay To Saw Himself Out WUllamstowo Ky June 30Jamee Uralth confined in the Grant county Tall on the charge of housebreaking would have gained his liberty had It not been for Jailer Arnolds discovery Smiths wife pleaded to see her hue band and was granted permission When the Jailer later entered tho Jail corridor he discovered a number of filings on the floor and a closer In spection revealed that one of the Iron bars In the window had been sawed In two Smith acknowledged that his wife had given him her corset from which he extracted the steel stays ta use as saws KILLED HIS FATHER A Boy of Eight Years Goes To the Rescue of His Mother Somerset Ky 1ulY11oe Lawless of Swelton Russell county was shot and Instantly killed by his eight year old son Lawless was one of the old est citizens of that section being 33 years old He and his wife had some misunderstanding and Lawless was whipping her unmercifully when the son entered the room and upon seeing his mother suffering at the hands ot his father ran Into another room seized a shotgun and opened fire ENGINE RAN INTO STREET CAR The L N Road Sued For Damages and Got It Owensboro Ky June 30The L N was given judgment against the Owensboro Street Railroad Co in cln cult court for 115 The case was a novel one A year ago an L N train collided with a street car and demolished It Suit was then brought to recover damages for slight Injury done the engine Testimony showed that the train had the right of way when the collision occurred A Tragedy Recalled Louisville Ky June 30Dr Ellis Duncan formerly superintendent of the city hospital who resigned on account of a difficulty near PItts burg two years ago when he shot and seri ously wounded Bruce Head was mar clod to Mrs Anna Kinnlard Btrother of 2011 Fourth avenue The shooting of Head it was alleged followed charges involving Dr Duncans ttrst wife To Entertain Old Soldiers Central City Ky June 30 Central City Is busy making preparations to entertain the Green River association of exfederal soldiers An Interesting program will be rendered A prominent feature of the days celebration will be an old fashlorfed Kentucky dinner Exploded Railroad Torpedo Covington Ky June 29lIarrl Rose aged 11 living at 913 Main street found a railroad torpedo his cousin had placed In tho attic and took it into the rear of his home where he struck it with a brick It exploded and part of the contents struck him on the nose and the hand painfully In- Juring him Dr Nelson attended him A Wrecker Killed Louisville Ky June 30 William Price Snawder 33 of 3715 Bank street was killed at Waddy Ky Ho was a member ot a wrecking crew on the Southern railway and was crushed to death by a derrick ln an attempt to right three cars which had been de railed Sentences Commuted Frankfort Ky June 30GoV Becto ham commuted from imprisonment in the state penitentiary to confinement in the county jail sentences of one year each Imposed In tho Jefferson criminal court on Emma Allen and Ida Thurman upon conviction of grand larceny Killed His Landlord Somerset Ky July tFount Raa dall was shot and killed near ShopvlIIa by Roscoe King a tenant on his farm The men quarreled when King found Randall near his house and n shotgun was used Death of Dr R Q Drake Mt Sterling Ky July tDr Rogel Q Drake a leading physician of this city is dead He had been In declin ing health for a year past and spent the winter In New Orleans lie was G9 years old His Wound Results In Death Murray Ky June 29 = BufoM Jones who was stabbed on May 17 by- E II Purdom died at his homo a few miles east of this city Purdom surrendered to the authorities and exe cute bond Woman Died of Fright New Castle Ky July 1Mrs Jus McDonald died of fright as the result of a runway accident while driving from this placo to her home Mrs McDonald was accompanied by Mrs Lena Lewis and two children of Nash ville Mast r Commissioner Paris Ky July 1Clrcult Judga Robert Stout appointed Judge Russell Mann ot Paris master commissioner of the BourbM circuit court vice Hon B M Dlckson resigned Judge Mann Is the oldest member ot tile Paris bar c = v 4IIII I Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pubnshed anku alpe4 is fen by tilt writer Tilt name is not tot pubUcatloll but u II evidence ot toad talth write pWII17 L 1 LLi1 I1It AM I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD July BMIII Polly Allman and granddaughter Hay nro visiting rein tions hero Mr T C Vfall went to Berea Saturdayon business Brother Bryant filled his regular np pointuumt Saturday and Sunday at Scaffold Cane MraRich visited 3IrsJWTodd Sunday Rain rain and plenty of it corn is looking ftnoMrs Stephens and Willie Stephens sold their sheep to Mr Peel Mr Will Kich is on tho sick listWo are glad to know that wo can get tho samo teacher to teach our school this year Miss Ella Lake she is a fine woman James Ball tiger Juts returned from Ind Kentucky is tho best old home wo urn findwe have such good water to drink MADISON COUNTY BARE KNOB J July 3Severalof the folks of this vicinity attended church at Silver Creek Sunday Misses Etta and Katie Lake visited Mrs J J Martin Saturday and Sunday Mrs Matt Bengo is visiting friends 1 at Wildio and Corbiu Miss Minnie Waddle of Scaffold Cane paid the Lako girls a visit Sunday evening There has been so much min lately the farmers are getting behind with crops There will bo a picnic at the Sulphur Spring on the Fourth Her Baker of Texas is visiting his brother J M Baker of this place Mrs Nannie L Hammond of Disputantn attended church here last SundayO M Payne of Clear Creek ems been to Richmond on business Mrs Mina Davis has a new boy named George Mr and Mrs Whit Lewis of Big Hill visited A C Hart last week- OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD July 1Wo are having lots of and crops are looking fine IJrain Reynolds had a corn hoeing Tho oat crop is almost- for harvesting Miss Margaret I Cart of Cortland was here Thursday a lecture on Sunday Inight worklu order to make up- money to buy literature for the Sundayschoolat this place tho EvcryjI The MOBS WORK I A Prisoner Taken From Jail and Prob ably Hanged Russell vllo Ky July bA mob 01 nearly a hundred men went to the jail and demanded the keys Once In they 1 were able to find only one of the prisoners charged with criminal assault I upon the German girl Mary Gladder Tho other three had crawled up tho Iron railing and hid in the big water I tank near the coiling Whan the crowd got well Inside John Sacra the man whoso trial hal 1 been In progress since Monday drop ped to the floor and rushed out of the J door Several pursued him and tired at him but he made his escape run nlng towards the public square and i would have gotten away had he notI mot the sheriff and his deputies who I wore on their way for Bowling Green and they ordered him to stop IK J rushed on and they shot at him tout I or five times wounding him twice One shot entered behind the ear com j Ing out of the cheek and the other Iwent through tho leg near the thigh Neither wound Is thought to be fatal1 The shooting near the square fright chcd tho mob In tile Jail and they hut rled off with only ono of the men Jim Lyon leaving Polk Fletcher and Guy Lyon In the Jail Thoso two togethei with the wounded man were taken away shortly afterward on the train to Bowling Green It Is supposed that Jim Lyon who was taken away by the mob was hanged in the outskirts ol tho town and that his body will be found FREEFORALL FIGHTs With Clubs the CItizens Went After Falmouth Police Falmouth Ky July GA street fight took place hero between the po lice ad four or five men The dim culty had Its origin at the fair grounds during tho progress of a big celebration The belligerents came to town and renewed hostilities when the officers attempted to arrest the of fendersA all fight ensued Knives sticks and rocks played a conspicuous part The streets wero lined with peoplo and great excitement prevail cd Threo men wero badly hurt Spe- cIal Officer Stevens sustained several ugly gashes In his face and head Frank Combs had his Jugular vein al most severed and Bob McMillan was also slashed In the neck with a knife J The two latter aro In a serious condi tion and but for prompt medical attention would have bled to death Six of the participants were Undid In Jail friend or u daughter was allowed to vote for her in the following way Each live cents put into the Sunday school was to count ono vote The girl that received tho most votes was to have the honor of being the prettiest girl She was also to have a nico ring as a present Two candi dates were chosen Miss Mary bun and Miss Jocie Reynolds The vote was as follows Miss Mary Bolin received 25 votes and Miss Judo Reynolds received 23votes So Miss bun was awarded the honor of being tho prettiest girl and she will also receive the ring as the present The total amount put in by the voters will procure a good supply of literature We are having n very successful Sundayschool and we appreciate those who gave in money to help in its support JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK July SThe people of this place rejoiced to see the rains that came two weeks ago but their joy would be greater for u little sunshine with out rain nowD S Miller and Miss Rose Moore wero married last Thurs tiny Tho bride is only seventeen years old while the groom is seventy three A verygreat disparity in ages but some of the girls say it would bo nice to lie an old mans tlarlingDlld Isaacs and wife attended church at Sand Springs Sun day Teachers Institute convenes nt McKee this week and what then f Schools of the county will nearlyall begin next Monday J E Spark man our teacher of lust year will be with us again We require no letter school than ho conducted last year Turner Kelley is trying to sell his property on South Fork to Allen Powell County Superintendent While we would gladly welcome Mr Powell to our community we would also feel a loss in giving up Mr Kelley Owing to the heavy rains the farmers are badly behind in their work hero Blackberries are ripe but are not very plentiful Peaches are very scarce alsoMrs Angie Coffey and Miss Mary Lamb visited Mrs Isaac Fowler SundayMr Timothy Lamb of Richmond is visiting relatives and friends Mere The Sundayschool is progressing nicelyat Drip Rock FROM A CLEAR SKY A Downpour Startled the Residents ol Lexington Lexington Ky July 5 Lexington was flooded with a deluge of rain that came from a clear sky This remarka blo phenomenon was witnessed by hundreds of persons whoso attention was called to it The rain set In at 11 oclock and fell In sheets for 1G min utesOld residents who were up at the time have stated that theyjjever saw It rain harder It stopped as suddenly as It began and tho stars were shin Ing brightly as before the rain began The weather throughout the day had been variable and the thermometer bobbed up and down The maximum heat registered 81 degrees the mint mum CO degrees The barometer remained nearly Stationary There had been no rain during the day no clouds or lightning during the night In colored quarters tho Ignorant ne gross thought the world was coming to an end and many a prayer was of fered Sclonlata can not account for the phenomenon Swanson Acquitted Beattyvllle Ky July GThe testl many In the case of John Swanson charged with the murder of Louis Mays was concluded and almost a wholo day was consumed In argu ments The case was given to the Jury and it returned a verdict of not guilty 15 minutes later Injured In a Collision Lexington Ky July 5The Chesapeake Ohio westbound passenger train running at a high rate of speed crashed Into the eastbound Louisville Nashville passenger train at Viley Station and a number of passengers on both trains were Injured He Lost a Finger Bellevuo Ky July 5Elmer Hoff man had a finger of his right hand blown off while celebrating the Fourth Ho had been tiring dynamite caps in a cano and reached In his pocket for a cap and for some unknown reason the whole box exploded Quiet Fourth In Covlngton Covlngton Ky July 5The glorious Fourth was not as strenuous In this city as usual and the list of casualties showed a marked decrease com pared with the Fourth a year Ago Tho streets were practically deserted Dying Man Immersed Leo City Ky July 5Price Rose a lumber and sawmill man died hero He requested that ho be baptized and was carried to the river and Immersed by Rev K K Spencer Mr Rose leaves a lardago RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Genii Gleaned trout the Teachlac of All Denomination That we are bound by spiritual rather than temporal things U a protuliln note In thin materialistic ugelilebop A W Wilson Methodist Baltimore Value of Earnest Prayer No Christian who prays dally and earnestly ever falls away or grows weak In spiritual tollItev Dr F n Hugcrty Presbyterian St Louis Advance lu ClTlUsatlou Every advance lu civilization has come from some Ideal that has wade man more completely master of his environment Ilev John FarU Berry Cougregtitlouallst Detroit Most Perfect Sentiment Good will toward wen la the most perfect sentiment of which the human breast U capable for iu It alone of all the virtues la there no danger of ex ceuItov Dr Frank Crane Units rlan Worcester Mass Au Aid to Life Nothing la more helpful at any Polnt In life titan to turn on the light bt history Every banbeen of other lives tells of a maybe fur ours Whatever has good lu It has God behind ItIlev Pleasant Hunter PresbyterIan New York Itellelone Value to Unman Welfare There must be a foundation for bUtt ness for social order and governmental l eacv In spiritual things and If tell gion keeps ua lu touch with those spin itual things and insists upon them aa the necessary condition for life at Its best then religion becomes the most important thing the foundation for human welfare Her Minot Simons Unitarian Cleveland O- Friendship True friendship Is au article of scarcity In every stage of life we lose our friends either by separation In distant homes or by the unwelcome cotfla which comuj In our midst Uow few families and friends are permitted to live together to middle or latest life Farewell la the saddest and moat fre quent word in lifes journey Rev Jo sephus Stephan Methodist 8t Loins Toll the Whetstone of Joy Victory will surely come to him who works for no man cares to go through life Idle and purposeless No one should drift aimlessly through his er Uteuce for It la through the sharpest difficulties that the keenest joys are ex perienced There can bo no greater joy than In a victory through divine assist ance Ilev Father James O 8 Huntington Roman Catholic New York Attributes of Fail Faith In greater or less degree U universal The world la truly saved by faith There ia not a sphere or segment of life In which faith la not the saving principle It is the source of human happiness It la the mainspring of hu man activity It moves wore than halt the machinery of the world It blnd together the home holds In perfect har mony all social relations and make possible a great nation Her J Whit comb Brougher Baptist st Louis Influence of Iabellef Unbelief not only keep God out or the heart and life keeping the door se curely locked against him but even after ItJia been given up so tar ex to admit ChrUts claims and allow him to save yet oftentimes IU lingering In fluence hovers about the life In suck a way as to darken our joys of salvation and leave the doubting Thomas IB weeks of gloom while others rejoice la a risen Lord also It weaken the hearts purpose and the hands service Give up unbellefRev T 0 Me Kelvey Presbyterian Allegheny Pa Need of Christian Charily What we need today for the remedy of the social evil and for the benefit of religion Is a great diffusion of char ity and what the Christian church needs today is a great and universal effort a great and universal aautfee tatlun of that supreme love for human ity especially for the poor and suffer ing which has characterized her la every age What we need la not a new theory not a new system not a saw scheme for the amelioration of rasa kind what we need Is the diffusion of the spirit and charity of Jesus Christ Rev Dr D J Stafford Roman Catholic WashingtonPower ZJvlav The power of a thoughtful life la ree ognized especially where thought and action coincide In a definite purpose Great error Is the result of occasional thoughtlessness Many a good wan has ruined his influence because of the word spoken or the act committed In an unguarded moment Special temp tatlou unexpected emergency must de pend upon thoughtful and unerring character It we have learned to bring every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ our business life our professional life our personal life will always be In harmony with the will of OodItov John Timothy Stone Pres byterlan Baltimore Quest of the Age The modern man needs Christ but shrinks from him because to accept him on hU own terms Involves so much The quest of the age la for unity for some principle or truth vast enough to coordinate organize and support the sum total of human life individual and social The partial creeds of Christendom with all their truth are Insufficient The central Ideas of physical science are proving them selves central only for a limited space In that awful universe through which the spirit of man makes Its far jour ney Society without some moral and spiritual Impulse beyond the natural U breaking down under IU own weight and IU heaped up achievements practical and Intellectual are fast becom tag a load too heavy to be borne Her Dr Charles A Eaton BaptUt ClsyS r land Humor aa Philosophy By DUNCAN M SMITH JUST A BOY Playing tricks upon the girls Octtlnc into lots of scrapes Circling round In giddy whirls Wriggling Into forty shapes Getting scolded every day Slaving sport without alloy Bhlrklnc work and courting play This Is Ulna Just a boy Muklnjf sport of ev rythtnc That before Ms vision comes Keeping ever on the wing Till the place about him hums Making grownups say Oh net Why Is It you must annoy Do they really wonder why Its because hes just a boy Mimicking the peddlers cry Staling rides upon the cart Listen lo hU saucy cry Aw you think yr mighty small As he scrambles ort behind Anything but shy and coy Is this urchin you will find Just because he Is a boy Stunting trouble In Its lair Always spoiling for a nah Turning up most aiiywhtffe In a veysorry plight Somelhll1lfthat you cannot lost Him theres nothing can destroy Him we nothing can refuse Jut because hes Jut a boy Too Rich For Him Come with me said a gay young microbe to bla sedate brother I know where there la to be a gathering of trust magnates and we will have a royal feast- Dont tempt me replied the broth er sadly I havent been feeling very well and the doctor hu put me on a diet I think I will chase out and find some ancient college professor If the weather clean up Unwomanly That woman U uncanny Whats the matter with her She understands all about a bill game Answers the DcicripUoo Oh pretty Indian of wood With features painted ref 1 doubt not youre very good Because you are so dead No Inslnu + don Did you ever sea a laughing jack assr No Are they interesting Very They must be Wont you please laugh for us A twinge He had a most checkered career Dut when a few dollars he swiped Not knowing the owner wen near Ins carr for a time was then striped One of the Boys The boy orator could not come and we had to substitute another man Miss connection fNo LU grandaoii was sick Iud be had to stay with him PERT PARAGRAPHS Bathing costumes would be mot at tractive thin year It they were lined with fur- Automobiles v are getting so common that it U really aa much M ones repu tation la worth to be seen occupying oneThe summer girl says that the most crying need of the season III a new brand of summer retort roan The meek are pretty apt to Inherit a snub from the other side To be prepared for the wont an actor should take a course In pedea trlanUm as well aa in yoke culture It fa hard to convince young people that bands were not made to be held It Isnt so distressing to be a dead hero after the hero has been dead 100 years Looking at the picturesque poodles from that country one would not dream that Japan had such a fierce breed of dogs of war U y Only a man will ask what the baby U waking face at when It smiles at him Most anybody can cook so oo to suit a hungry man A woman can readily believe that the whale swallowed Jonah for she knows that a mouse can devour a BU maa bftlflf at one aoutlifuL 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