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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oIJoIJ 1 JIrIH+J HI NfoJot 11 J 11 BEREA L E I Attend at tlu Post etas r- II VII Five ceuts a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 13 1905 One dollar n year NO4 I IDEAS Tim greatest work hue always gone hand in httnd with the must forvnnt I moral purpose Sidnrjj Lanier I No matter if you nru hidden in mJ obecliro poet never content yoilf f self with doing your second heat however unimportant tho occasion Gen P Sheridan This Is tho Inw of encfitfl between men tho one ought to forgot I at once what ho huff given tho other ought never to forget what ho has recelvedseca We are too fond of our own will We want to Iw doing what wo fancy mighty tilings but tho grout point muull things when railed to them iu a right RpiritJt Cecil FROM THE WIDE WORLD Affairs in Ri Ma contiiiuo critical 1 It is feared that a victory by the Japaticm In Manchuria will precipi ttats a revolution throughout tho Nevertheless the measures of repression taken by tho govern r ment tend to further exanjierato tho people Tho latest reports are that i tho Kniufl Potemkiuo tlioflhip revolt ing iu tho Black Sea was scuttled itIaro still musing nuxiety to the j friend of peace Norway has de clared herself inde eudeut of Sweden but Sweden refuses to ucknowkilgo l her action Both natiotm aro quietly mobilising their reserves It1M reported that Norway has offered the crown to Prince CharleH of Denmark t King Edwards soqtiulaw Report says that tho King and tho UriliHh I Qovorumont are favorable to tho pro ject but that all depends on King Oscars attitude ftThoJapanese have scored heavily the Rusaiaua in occupying the island of Sakhalin They now fl have a heals for u claim for territory t ns well as for an indemnity in cash They have always contended that t cheated thorn out of the island in tho first place and lately have toIu regain it is anti bar ren aouiothiug liko Alaska but it I I baa valuable mines and tho Novostl of St Petersburg estimates that it in worth ten billion of dollars An agreement between France anti Germany na to affairs in Morocco iRouvior announced by Premier of tho French Chamber of Deputies Tt will bo remembered that there was some friction betweenI France and Germany over a confer ence which tho German Emperor advised to Iw called oa to tho reforms needed in Morocco This was re ivented by Prance as an effort on tho 4part Germany to push herself into a part of Africa which hind hitherto t been left largely to Franco Tho i present agreement is regarded by diplomats as a triumph for Germany IN OUR OWN COUNTRY RockufellorsIa ten million dollar blush openedinFive hundred American delegates and nearly a thousand other American visitors woro in attendance The Japanese and Russian Peace Commission is to meet at tho Navy tlCIIl18Ito tho homo government lnkruplcytiledat Chicago hayo been dismissed tho petitioners having failed to amend at the courts order Dowios attorneys say tho claims have been paid Elihu Root accepted tho vacant Secretar ship of State leavinga 2000000 practice in Now York to- ftdo so Quito u contrast to tho action w of Surveyor General Wallace Tho members of tho now Panama I Commission declare that their first effort will bo toward making the Isthmus habitable and they ask tho people to bo patient with tho slow advance in canal digging until this accomplished Tho sec rot tho Newport jail sue ceeding the arrival of Caleb Powers reflects littlo credit on tho State or on the participants In addition to the discredit of having tho State courts unable to give Powers a fair trial wo have now n free fight over his occupying a cell especially pro hisJAt tho request Southern Cotton Association an investigation of tho statistical deport mont of tho National Agricultural bureau has been held and it has been discovered that a systematic selling of information has boon going- on for some time It is supi that only one man in tho department is implicated but it is proposed to prosecute brokers outside have i profited by this mans dishonesty r MOUm4UerTIDE CiTIZEN ALLEE SAMEEEl I Atlanta Constitution DISASTERINAMINE An Explosion of Fire Damp Iii a Pit Causes Death and Destruction AT LEAST 120 LIVES WERE LOST A Rescue Parly Descended But Its Work Was Impeded by Foul Air and Fallluir Earth SixtyEight Bodies Have Deen Brought To the Surface Desperate Ef forts Being Made To Rescue the Entombed Cardiff Wales July 12An explo lion of fire damp In No 2 pit of the United National colliery at Wattstown in tbQ Ilhondda valtuysdo center of tho groat Welsh is believed to have resulted In the loss of at least 120 lives The explosion was followed Immedl ately by tho belohlng of clouds of smoko and dust from the pit shaft In which ISO men wore working Tho force of tho explosion wrecked the ma chinery at the mouth of tho pit All communication with tho doomed men In this direction Is completely cut oft No 1 shaft adjoining baa ordinarily afforded communication with No2 Tho 800 men In No 1 and tho few who escaped from No2 were drawn up A rescuo party descended but Its work was seriously Impeded by tho foul emir und tho falling masses of earth dislodged by the explosion The Worst Disaster In Years heroic efforts have been mado for hours to rescue the entombed men but late In tho night the absence of all sound from tho Interior of the mine told tho tale of the worst disaster that has taken place In South Wales since 1894Tho news of the explosion spread rapidly and hundreds of women and children and thousands of men throng ed tho head of tho pit seeking Infor motion The mountain roadways wore crowded all tho afternoon and there aro now streams of people In the neigh borhood of tho mine all contributing to the IIIUfulllcenes- f ftortlS at rescue wore still In pro gross at midnight and currents of fresh air wero being driven through the shaft but tho rescuers are noW Working without hope of reducing the list of fatalities Sixtyeight bodies have been found In the workings of the Wattstown col liery It Is estimated that tho total death roll will reach 12G FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS An Injunction Issued Against the Chi cago Branch of the Order Chicago July 12Judge Tuley of tho superior court Issued an injunc ton restraining tho Chicago Fedora lion of Musicians from enforcing an order that all members ot tho Musi clans union shall bo clothed alike In a uniform of dark blue without orna mentation When tho order was Issued by tho federation tho proprietors of various bands applied for an Injunction restraining tho enforcement of tho order on the ground that they had order ed oxpenstVo uniforms for the mem bers of their bands and tho now unl forms would not only cost them finan cial loss but would decreaso time at tractiveness of their bands T PortionOtmntoravllio Fire swept a largo area of tho business por tion of Guntorsvlllo The establish meats of B C Whlttaker furniture M Ollbroath furnlturo A E Hooper groceries and Sam Henry Son wore destroyed JAPANESEMISSION It Is Expected to Reach New York About the Last ot July ACCOMPANIED BY ADVISERS The Japanese Minister Kogoro Taka hlra Will Call Upon President Roosevelt at Oyster Bay Throughout Peace Conference Japan ese Legation Will Remain at Wash ington But Will Keep In Touch With Plenipotentiaries Washington July J2Dy appoint ment Kogoro Takahlru tho Japanese minister will call on tho president at Oyster Bay next Friday morning r a conference regarding tho peace ne gotiations The minister will return probably to Washington Saturday and then go away for a brief rest of which he Is much In need The Japanese mission Is expected to reach New York about the last of July Baron Komura will bo accompanied by Col Tachlbana the newly appoint ed military attache at Washington who will be one of tho advisors of the mission Mr Macho first secretary of legation unattached who served with Mr Takahlra whllo the latter was minister to Rome Mr Sato of the foreign office who accompanied PrInce Fushlml to this country last year an American lawyer who has been legal adviser to the foreign ofllce for 25 years Mr Yamaca chief ot the Japanese political bureau and two private secretaries Tho Japanese mission will be supplemented at Ports mouth by Mr Takahlra the other plenipotentiary Commander Tahcs hlta the Japanese naval attache at Washington Mr Hanlhara third secretary of tho legation here and proba bly several other secretaries from the legation Chinas Request Throughout the conference the Jap anese legation will remain at Wash ington with Mr Hlokl first secretary In charge Tho legation will keep In close touch with the plenipotentiaries and through Its proximity to the state department will render material as slatanco to them Nothing more Is heard hero of Ch- inas request to be represented at the conference This action on the part of China has by no means pleased Ja pan and the letters objection to the suggestion was fully expected by the Washington government Whether tho president has communicated with Chi na on tho BuUJoct can not be learned here In diplomatic quarters sympa thetic to Japan It is declared that Chi nas request was made at the Instance of Russia but this statement lacks official confirmation THE ELKS MEETING Robert W Brown of Louisville Elected Grand Exalted Ruler Buffalo N Y July 12The follow- Ing grand lodge officers were elected at the annual reunion of the Benevo lent and Protective Order of Elks Grand exalted ruler Robert W Brown Louisville Ky grand esteemed leading knight C F Tomllnsou Winston NC grand esteemed loyal knight Charles W Kaufman Hobo ken N J grand esteemed lecturing knight Edward McLaughlln Boston grand secretary Fred C Robinson Du buque la grand treasurer John 1C Tenor Charlerol Pa grand tyler W W McClellan Plttsburg Pa grand trustee long term John D OShea Lynn Mass grand trustee short term Dr W Havlland Butte Mont All but Mr Kaufman and Dr Havnand were elected b acclamation COTTON REPORTS District Attorney Investigattncr- Jiipgling ot Figures by Government Employes WILL BE PROBED TO THE BOTTOM An Effort Will Be Made to Get at the True Condition and Bring the Guilty to Trial Crlmlqal Prosecution May Be Brought Against E 8 Holmes Former As sedate Statistician of Depart hiahtTST Agriculture Washington July 12 Acting Attor ney General Hoyt received from Sec rotary of Agriculture Wilson the pa pore Iu the cotton report Investiga tions Subsequently the papers were placed mrtie hands of United States District Attorney Morgan H beach who will probo Into the wholo subject and make a thorough inquiry embracing every detail connected with the compilation of the statistics In volved Mr Beach declined to say anything on the subject but it Is un derstood that the Investigation which he will conduct will be begun in earn est and will cover both tho legal and administrative features of the hid dent District Attorney Beach had al ready examined the report and will now take active direction of the pro ceedings looking to prosecutions of the guilty partiesSeveral Implicated- Mr Hoyt stated that ho had been urged by Secretary Wilson to probe the matter to the bottom and to uso any means at his command to get at the true condition and to bring all gull ty persons to trial Mr Hoyt and Mr Beach have already been In communi cation and It will be determined whether there Is any statute under which a criminal prosecution may be directed against Edwin S Holmes the former associate statistician of tho department of agriculture who was dls missed it Is alleged because he Jug gled figures In the government crop estimates and furnished advance in formation to New York brokers and against any others that may be found Implicated In case criminal prosecu tlpn Is not possible some other way to reach the guilty parties Is to be sought ALLEGED BOODLERS I SixtySeven Indictments Returned Against 25 Individuals Milwaukee July 12 Sixtyseven indictments against 25 Individuals most of whom are former county officials were handed down by the grand jury and the probing of the jury still goes on the term not expiring till Septem ber 1 The last batch of true bills added to tho 38 returned ten days ago makes a total of 105 thus far The last list contains 20 out of the 21 names returned in the last batch there being but five new names not before reportedNearly all ot the Indictments charge bribery in the sum of ICO the amounts it Is alleged having been paid to pres eat or former county officials In connection with the awarding ot county contracts for the erection of an addi tion to the county hospital several years ago Many of the Indictments are the result of confessions of Otto Seldel jr and Edward F Strauss former members of tljo county board THE RUSSIAN SQUADRON There Are Fears That Another Mutiny May Take Place Kustenjl noumanla July 12The Russian squadron seems to be delayed here owing to the fear that another mutiny will break out should the ves sel put to sea The fact that 65 sail ors from the Knlaz Potemklne who surrendered have been Imprisoned on board the different vessels of the squadron awaiting trial for rebellion has caused Intense Indignation among tbo crews and as a consequence thero are fears of another mutiny Prefect Shot and Killed Moscow July 1Count Schuvaloff prefect of the city was shot and kill ed as ho was receiving a number of petitioners The assassin escaped In the excitement which followed the shooting but was later captured Two Hundred Shot Down London July 12A dispatch from Warsaw says that 200 people were killed or wounded In three street riots between soldiers and strikers The strikers demanded that the landlords reduce their rent by 20 per cent The Moroccan Conference Paris July 12The acceptance by France of the Invitation to take part in the international conference on Mo rocco was dispatched by special mes senger to the sultan The messenger la expected to arrive at Fez July 19 The New Japanese Loan Boston July 12Japanese bonds to the amount ot 50000000 onethird of the entire bond Issue were opened for subscription in this city The bank log houses handling the bond issues report heavy applications +I +H+++HtHHH+ Sixteen Departments I Eight Pages i i1II11ilIIMI11111IH 1VO oe4e osTr- nadi i 11 rTroau3a1 t oftt I t+ rlr Cewenussia0ooa t June 22 1905 t I f Many persons think because their 4 ffi business is small that a bank does notwant to be bothered with itT They are mistaken so far as thisc nctl bank is concerned We welcome the small account as1 cordially as the large oneWOne dollar will start an account d Come in and begin savi money now gyouri n Yours truly I i CashieriOM t t t t ++ + IiIL rooatorotRaKokorokot orpattitreateroKoKoyot + oiorororororororo o N o ro 0 0 fafieofioYoThe New Cash Store sells the 0 0 s x 0 Highest Grade Goods I 0 ft 0 ao0 oY o I N o to o II r of 0 podyanyaleoneighbor about our goods Call and see us Before Buying 1ro oavgo0o c i THE NEW CASH STORE c C C RHODVS Prop o- a c0 cE 0o r1 rc- o5 o 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But itlll he had never a bite b i itll refl nearly broke with a heavy blank vitae Slut failure again was hla tale Tha Izt It the fellow who all got away I hesltat here to elate Ifhe sun tfArchlng up from the east to the west I Looked dawn on the angler distraught frhen sank to JU rest while the poet quit work I AmJ this li the minnow he caught F3tcLandburg II Wilson 1n N Y Sun- II THE LITERARY PARTNERSHIPS Dr A A MILK m Ill story of Maud and Cecil is In structive It show the folly of get Jng Into a groove i Cecil Haverstone earned a precarious living by writing for the papers Most fly he made his money with a certain sort of sentimental tale that one paper n particular was always glad to haven this tale a lady and gentleman of jeod appearance talked agreeably about hlngs and at the QUeen hundredth tword the gentleman proposed and was ccepted Cecils chief difficulty was the hiding of a different name torehis iertf each week The heroines name WaR always Ethel Cecil had once been ilted by a girl named Ethel she was now doing penance In his stories and thoae who would could read between the roes There was nothing brutally dU about these weekly offers of mar IIage no blunt I love you It need lad an Ethel with two months previous xporlunce to understand that this real ly was a declaration One week it would and And you said Clarence with a rorld of meaning In his tone f Ethel looked down I wonder what Jim will say she piurmured Next week j jJeo Im going to Brlxton he lnUtieH lamely I Ethel raised her beautiful eyes to- dl Dont go Reginald she whls sued I So Reginald stayed and the proprle tors of the Lamplight forwarded a check 10 to Mr Cecil Haverstone and Legged him to preaent It within a fort sight Which invariably he did Now Cecil bad cousin Maud Arthur who had a studio downtown On one CKt 1L LOOKED THROUGH THEM wad and memorable day he went to nee her She gave him tea Its ripping of you to come she i aid because Im feeling humpy and snip rabie Im now going to bore you I wUh niy unhappy tale Cecilibut you bore away Well Im going to give up painting Its too expensive But my good Maud what ever Im going to devote my undoubted genlu exclusively to black and white work There no opening for real genius kald Cecil sententiously p 0 dont say that Cecil dear I read pour stories In the Lamplight Why pIt always called Ethel T I I ones knew a girl called Ethel began Cecil 80 that you know where is such a game I see I But youve read the last one Im afraid The papers gone Bnunli It was bound to come No paper could stand the strain 0 I am sorry I suppose Its bun Jeered youtOO It has It was a regular jI0 weekly you see Yes Well Ive got an Idea Mr Travers was saying that Home mnga tlnea are glad to buy Illustrated stories all complete Lets go Into partner ship There are two rooms below this that you might take and well write and draw beautiful stories all day- i I After a little discussion the thing was 1arranged A month later the partner to work- i Now said Maud Ive got a lot of I drawings knocking about and we might fit em In to some of your old stories Its a pity to wasto them Ii Cecil looked through them I say he said after a bit these are nearly all horses Dont you draw any thing elseT- Uorses are my best subject said Maud glancing up from a bundle of his manuscript Do you only do this sort of dialogue thing Its good but I dont wish to be rude said Cecil but it seems to me that a true artist should bo able to draw anything Pardon my plain spokenncss said Maud but if a man who calls himself an author cant write a horse story Never yet said Cecil firmly has a story of mine so far demeaned Itself as to let a horse wander Into It Caat you write an adventure tale I can do a ripping charging rrhlnocerda Do I will not drag A charging rhinoceros Into my stories iecll dear I dont know anything about rhlnoc eroses No but I do Look here Maud surely you can draw a man In a frock coat and a girl In a Paris gown Thats all the illustrating my stories want and Its all the public seems to want 0 I can of course Only a lot of other people could do It much better Whereas Cecil suddenly stopped at ono of the drawingsBy he said I should thluk so This Is a charging rhinoceros If you like Thero you are said Maud Yea said Cecil thoughtfully I wish I could write thatsort of stories Miss Arthur sat down on the floor and arranged her drawings and Cecils stories at her feet Now she began lets see what can be done by contrivance If a girl who dresses entirely on the summer sales cant fix this up then There was a dialogue of Cecils In which BonaU contrary to the usual custom of Ethels young men let the public Into the secret of his Intended proposal Half waythrough the story U was made clear that the hero was try Ing to summon up his courage for the plunge Maud pounced upon thl This will do she said How everToo Why yes Ronald Is palpably nerv ous about this proposal Isnt bet Yell Why then yotTve lust rot to put in two extra lines and the thing Is done Ronald who when hunting In East Africa had faced a charging rhinoceros without the slightest qualm now trem bled uneasily at the thought of And so on Picture of Ronald absolutely qualmless facing charging rhinoceros Underneath the words Hunting in East Africa he had faced a charging rhinoceros There could be only one end to this and the constant reader of Cecils sto ries will have no difficulty In guessing what the end was When you live In the same house with a person when you see her every day have A fresh oppor tunity for admiring her cleverness and beauty when you but enough After a dozen stories of his had been gladly accepted Cecil began to see that Ethel was a thing much of tha past There said Maud one day as she waved a check in the air what do you think of our partnership Its been ripping said Cecil lets renew It for a fresh term Right O Six months and a weeks notice on either side He took her hand No he said Forever my dear She raised her eyes to hit I dont know what the illustration could have been Rather happily an uncle of Cecils died about that time and left him 5000 They honeymooned around the world And now Cecil writes most desperate stories of adventure In the Rockies Mauds Illustrations are much admired Im Inclined to think she Is really bet at grizzlies In spite of that charging rhinocerosMENELIKS PRIZE TOWN It Is Composed Principally of Tents and Rude QuicklyCon structed Ruts Prof Rosen a member of the German mission to Abysslnlawrites The population of AdisAbobn which the Emperor Menellk has established on four narrow hills Is estimated at 80 000 but Is probably much higher Not more than about 1000 of the Inhabitants live In houses all the rest use tents or huts which are quickly and easily erected at any point that may be chosen As the groups of tents are generally surrounded by open grass land and three deep rocky gorges Intersect the town the whole Las more the appearance of an Improvised camp Indolent men sit by thousands In front of their dirty huts and lazily watch the grazing mules women in dirty flowing gar ments wearily carry water from the muddy brook In heavy jars up the steep path leading from the bottom of the ravine There are hardly a dozen shops there Is only one small Inn What strikes us as most wonderful and most Inconvenient is the lack of any system of coinage small amounts are paid with cartridges or sticks of rock salt A Demand for leathers A London dealer In such wares last year received from India the skins oJ 6000 birds of paradise to adorn the bats of the featherwearing British women and to meet the export need At the spore time he got about halt a million humming bird skins and an equal num ber of those of various other tropical birds There Is an auction room In Lou don where such things are sold and Its recent record for a third of a year was close to a million skins all told coming mainly from thoEaat and West ladle and Brazil Beware of Them No modern grass widow la Inclined to rxn to hayseed e THE SUFFERING SAVIOURSu- nday School Lesson lor July 161905 Spealir preparedrorihl rlMr LESSON TKXTlsal 1Z1 J M II Stem err Verses 4s Read nlso lsuh 4t IU- tIJU 65111 1111 UOLDKN TICXT = Th IOf1 hath laid on Him the Iniquity of ua all Ualmh 636TIMulaalah prophesied from 740 pr 176 u I to Ml II r or some years later PtAiK Isaiahs hendijuartets wet at JcruinlvinRlllllTinKItBKRHENfK9N wTe tanicnl PSIKMSIM that nee servant In a elm liar sense Matt ZO II luke 1716 77 John U1K Acts 312 3ti IR V I 41730 tit V Ihll 11 John HX luke 1710 etc Itcail liia MIS In lelatlbu lo John 1PUJS luke If 1144 St3944 H 7131- Matt KM Luke SJ d Malt 7716 Heart lea 537 t cud note the fulllllirents In Mark li Ji Matt 17 M II Mark IIC4C Read the reference la lti e shepherd and sheep In Isa U 7 and note the tuinilmcnl In John 17310115 Rev 4l4 Arts S3SU 1 Pet 116 i lleb 6 11 etc Read the proph evy or the rejection of Christ ls UI3 and atudy Us fulfillment in Luke 4WW John 66671111116 1336416 It 1S35 n6 tam r tbe prophecy 6T the atonement lea Rtl 34 8 with Christs own utterar s1 UlS I46 47 ZIU 11 ajlkr iUlft IMI at Mark 10li John 661 171 etc Compare the prophet of the Messiahs triumph lea U0IZ with fhrlsf eon fldence In the future oC Ills church Matt Sill 211144 2414 SSrt Mark 1615 Luke 4IS 47 John 191S Comment and Suggestive Thought V n Shall deal prudently wise ly In the ilebrew original a pecul tar word signifying lo prosper bo cause of wise doings Exalted ex tolled very high lly thus piling up his verbs the prophet strives to point to the highest possible exaltation V J4 Many were astonished A strong word tbe primary significance of which is to Ire struck dumb Be holders were speechless with astonish men Ills visage etc Tbls ex plains why men wero astonished be cause mankinds Deliverer Gods Ambassador was so lowly of mien V 15 So shall He sprinkle many nations Some versions render the verb startle The original might be applied to the gushing forth of waters or to one making a leap from surprise It seems most probable that It refers to Jesus cleansing us from sin Kings shall shut their mouths In reverential awe they will keep silence See Job 219 10 V 1 Who hath believed our report Thn prophet here speaks pre sumably for himself end all other prophets whose messages from God had been discredited by many of the people Arm of the Lonl revealed The arm U the symbol of power of helpV 2 lie shall grow up before him This wonderful One wilt be carefully watched and guarded by Jehovah i V 3 A man of sorrows Jesus whole life was full of sadness anti sor row Ve hid faces from Him As a man turns his head away when passing ono whom he does not wish to recognize We esteemed Him not We refused him the love for which his heart longed V 4 Borne our griefs Borne signifies to remove by lifting and carrying away Griefs Is literally sicknesses Jesus was not merely pained because we were suffering from the malady of sin but Ills pain had the effect of lifting that disease from us V 5 Wounded bruised chastise ment Words expressive of the most severe suffering that can be Inflicted Transgressions Iniquities Names for sin setting forth Its varous phases V Or All we All mankind See Ps 142 3 Like sheep have gone astray Sheep are peculiarly liable to wander V 7 He was oppressed He cut fered unjustly Opened not Ills mouth Made no complaint or ex postulation As a lamb etc The prophet can find none to whom to liken this uncomplaining Sufferer save an innocent lamb which alike before its shearers and Its slayers Is dumb V 8 Taken from prison and from Judgment See Rev Ver Every show of Justice was denied Him V 9 ills grave with the wicked and with the rich Because Al tbough No violence neither deceit No harsh conduct pn tin part of Jesus no vestige of deceit drove men to treat Him thus V 10 It pleased the Lord All this suffering oathl part of the Saviour was In accord with tbe will and plan of God the Father- V 11 See the travail of His soul See what has been accomplished by his arduous labor Be satisfied Even His heart In Its Infinite love will be aatlsned8y1fl1 knowledge By the knowledge of Him John 173 V 12 Portion with the great He shall be reckoned as greatest of conquerors See 1 Cor 1625 rhll 2911 Divide the spoil A proverbial expression Indicative of con quest Poured out Hia soul Gave the lifeblood not merely of His body but of Ills very soul Made Interces sion That Is Jesus present work Interceding for us Her Preference Mother If you arc it good givl Gel sldlne 1 will content that you hove another piece of cake Geraldine I woulu prefer maw that you should make that Indulgence dependent on the cakek being guod Hiuhniniid Dispatch Where lie nne llne He courted a gem of a girl And told her that eho wet his peati hut when they were married leer ma came and tarrlid Though he dlchit like the irotier of pearl ihlladvlphla Record IN BRITISH COLUMBIA The Canadian Rockies Are Not So High as Was ThoughtNew- Passes round In no part of the world excepting In Alaska has there been more rapid prog ress In geographical exploration In the past few years than In British ColumN The latest facts concern a number ot new passes through the Rocky Moun tainsSome readers may be surprised that there should be anything left In British Columbia to discover The fact is that tho government surveys are yet far from covering the larger part of that hlt region The fine geographical work that a missionary has recently been dolnn shows that there are still opportunities for discovery In this part of the domin ionFather MorIce whose mission sta tion Is on the shores of take Stuart provincehasmiles In a canoe mapping all the streams lakes mountains and valleys In the upper basin of the Netchakhoh river A fine map of his discoveries which has Just been published by the Neuchatel Geographical society of Switzerland shows mane details that maplakefound on the latest atlas sheets oLBrlt hli Columbia Is CO miles long and 77T feet deep The new passes In the Rockies have been studied by a party of Grand Trunk Pacific engineers who have been en gaged in tho work about a year A news paper has reported that this party hat discovered the Smoke river Porcupine Red Deer Wapiti and Pine River passes but this statement Is not quite correct All these great passes through tht Rockies to the north of the Canadian Pacific railroad have been known to ex ist for some time but the engineers have been the first to study them In detail and they now report that they are all Available for railroads that the gradl cute on the east are very gentle and that some of the passes are wide enough for double tracks PacleIHorse Past Was discovered It Is now known that further north there are sev eral other passes lower than those which the Canadian Pacific uses and that they will amply suffice for nil of Canadas railroad needs through the mountainsExplorations of the past few year show that the old Ideas of the heights of the leading pears st the Canadian Rockies were much exaggerated Peaks still appear on sonic of the maps as from 15000 to 17000 feet above the sea Dr Hector recently wrote that prob ably none of the mountains of Urltteh Columbia rise above 1 3600 or 13804 feet OR ram Collie and About a dozen other men have within the put ten years as tended many of the high peaks of the Canadian iRocklew and made observa tions to ascertain their altitude The result Is a decided decrease In the pre viously accepted altitude of it number of the highest mountains of these ranges WATCH INSECTS AT WORK London has a Unique Novelty lathe Form of a Portable Ants Nut Glass hives for the observation of bees al work have been In use for many years and recently ants nests have been on view at the Crystal palace london now a firm In London has actually put on sale a contrivance called The Lubbock Formlcarluin which Is really a portable ants nest which can be moved anywhere without trouble or Inconvenience and which It I claimed will last for upward of six years with ordinary care The species selected Is the small yellow ant Formica fiava and the nest U Inclosed In a frame ten Inches square resembling a picture frame except that It must of course be laid flat and the cover must be kept over It except when the ants are under observation The nest contains ants In their various stages and acme of the other Insects which are associated with them and It Is supplied with or without a queen and accompanied by full directions as to management This novelty has attracted much attention and visitors show much interest In the exhibition Job Worth the Getting The speakershlp of the house of com ron Is a good Job With Its salary of 3000 a year It curries the use of a magnificent residence In the palace of Westminster overlooking the Thames And various attractive allowances per quisites and prerogatives And when the holder retires or to retired he drops Into a comfortable pension of 1 20 000 a year for the remainder of his life and a peerage William Gully the speaker who has Just retireda grandson by the way of a boxing expert bookmaker and Derby winner celebrated In his day cox enters upon the enJoy lehl of these pleasant things They treat their exstatesmen more generously over there thanwe do ours Henrd at the 711 Ranch The Editorial association was watch ing with mingled feelings the wild west exhibition given In Its honor Do you see that big buffalo over there beneath the tree Inquired tin funny man of the New York Chimed Yep what of it Inquired Happj Hpllowsln of the Philadelphia Day bookIt reminds me of Tow Lawson How act lies a bulldozing Kamas City Drovers Telegram Leopold a Private Former Archduke Leopold has become a private In the Swiss army t AN UPGROUND CELLAR Detailed Plans and Specifications for Building One of Them An upground cellar properly con structed will guard against frosts In winter and servo as a cool dairy house In summer It avoids the tolling up and down steps of the underground cellar and obviates the necessity for drainage In level countries where such would be Impracticable Tho building blocks or square tiles used In this plan arc 8x10x16 Inches and have an extra partition through the center thus supplying two hollow or dead alr spaces In tho outer wall The excavation for collar should be thrown out at least two feet fh depth and filled with fragments oCntono tine ly broken After filling six or eight inches the outer wall should be laid CKLIAn AIIUANOKO FOIL DAIRY ruitroaiis up In good cement Thus the hollow wall extends down below the frost line and the frost will not cross In onto the floorAfter the tile wills are laid the required height a row of studding is planed arounU the Inside wall Cite Il lust ration Hack of those next to the wall is platted a lining of heavy tarred paper These studs are lathed and heavily plastered Plates for rafters ors placed upon top of wall and Joists for ceiling spiked to these plates Un dersldei of Joists are ceiled with matched flooring a lining of heavy paper and stripped with 2x3 lath same way Joints run Lath and plaster are applied to these making deadair space between plaster and flooring Tops of joists are Soowd with matched mate real paper lined making two spats Roof may be made of ItNdatrI or other material carefully ex clod air currents and gable double boarded all being lined with urrd paperNext flit remainder ef excavation with crushed stone and cement mak ing a smooth floor level with doorstep Make stone and cement very compact to avoid cracking A chimney In one end U a good means of ventilation and gives opportunity for a stave In extremely cold weather A building similar to this with two double windows and one door placed In corner for convenience If wilt llx 16 feet and 10 feet from bottom of foundation to eaves should rest not over 15 to 150 Helow Is a bill for a cellar 14x16x10 feet Including everything necessary CGO building blocks 4 barrels good cement IK yards crushed stone 1 door frame 28x68 Inches 2 window frames 20x2S Inches 45 studs 2x1 9 feet long 12 Joists 2x6 14 feet long 2 plates 2x8 14 feet long 2 rafter plates 2x8 18 feet long allow lag 4 feet for spring shed 20 rafters 2x6 9 feet long 360 feet sheathing for roof 600 feet matched flooring and siding 3250 shingles 1000 plaster Ing lath 75 yards plaster 1000 square feet building paper 300 brlek for chimney 1 door 28x68 Inches 4 win dow sash 20x28 inches 5 pounds spikes 6 pounds lath nails 16 pounds Sd nails 9 pounds shingle nails From this list the coat of erection In any locality can bo ascertained Care should be taken to have windows and doors fit closely avoiding cracks An extra storm door for winter use would be an added protection against freezing The Illustration may be explained thus D doorway II sink drain c sink e milk separator where milk and cream are drawn oR Into vessels and separator washed d refrigerator f basin conveying waste Water from tank Into sink drain g sink drain w window Ohio Jarruvr lattnslv Dairying In the vicinity of great cities Inten sive dairying must be followed The cows must be kept enlarge numbers on small areas and the + product of these rows must be disposed of at a higher price than Is obtainable for butler The location must to a considerable degree determine the phase of dairy ing that Is to receive the moat atten tion Cream selling Is one of those phases that Is most accentuated on high priced land near cities Coal Ashes In the Current Bushes Coal ashes should always be used as a mulch or to lighten up heavy soil When It Is applied thickly between the rows of currant buabcs It acts as a mulch and at tho same time keeps down weeds Capillary action does not readily take place In loose ashes and so the soli moisture below Is saved for the currant bushes The boar should be kept some die lance from the sows Ills quarters should bo tttrons He should have a good clover pasture BALANCING SILAOEJ II Correct Proportions centrates to Bo with It What la the ihcapsst concentrate I fnlkbcan give you r that will balance up with ullage and you can easily determine which would bo cheapest for you We do not know exact prices Of concentrator In your locality The following combinations mako a balanced ration for cows giving 22 pound of milk pr day 626Ib wheat middling TO Ib enslUca 111 Ib wheat brio 1343 Ib enslluie 74 lb cow pea hay 14IS Ib ensilage 1U tb alfalfa hay IfeS lb ensltaca l 193 lb gluten red I W Ib ensllaco 17 lb IiurfsJp gluten mAII I 261 lb nusge lot Ib wet bteuQeptiareJ4r Dee lb 42 lb dry hrewets stsln eke lb ensilage i M2 th buckwheat niMdllnjs 3K7 Ib enalmgIIII Ib buekwbMt bronIs6 Ib snailsae ill lt N P UnteoJ meat lilt Ib ensUui It IbWd nre ess Unseal meat 1C lb ensllsc- II u 7 tb eaten teed mostaIU lb reins Each of these combinations makes a balanced ration hence any two or more will be balanced Thus If you wish to combine wheat bran and old process oil meal take the second aid next to the last and add the amount of silage In each together and havetK3 lb wheat bran is Ib ell neat 41 Ib cane This makes S57 pounds or ft outlnine day rations for one cow or ono days ration for nine rows or approx imately 61 pounds ensilage 71 pound bran and 31 pound oil meal per row per day DEHORNING CATTLE Need Not Be Attended with Much Fain Stopping the 1 Horn Growth Those who have had the pleasure of raising calves to the cow period with tout horns know how much more canal ble It is to have a herd of sows without I horns than a lot of animals whose horns endanger both man and boast To have a hunt of cows without horns Is easy for the man who raise his own salves for the work of killing thus embryo horn Is simple and racy Buy a stick of caustic potash al tho drug store wrap a bit of cloth around the end you are to hold In the hand I moisten the other end thoroughly and then rub It briskly on the spot where va tho embryo horn may be felt Coverall the surface but be careful I burnJgo beyond the horn or you will the skin of the calf For calves whim r the horns ere already through thehclipper made for the purpose Is bt thing to use Place the blades aw I close to the head as possible and ono tilt will pare the horn off smoothly For grown cows etcher the clipper or a saw Is used and of course the beadoof the animal must be fastened ao po that she cannot move It The operation In a sensible manner U humane and only fanatics who know nothing about tho operation claim it la be cruel Like all opera ports among animals It may lw donew firbemuseTHROWING A BULL How the Animal Jsay Be Roped to w Bring Him Down With out a StrugglorPut on a halter then take a sound ordinary breaking rope make a loop IIlcollar Bring the rope to too near side pass It over the back just behind thee shoulders bring It underneath rho chest and pass It under and then above the rope so as to make a loop aroused the chest Carry the rope tack paM It over the loins and brlnglt seederaneath the belly close to the flanks Make another loop as before and carry the rope straight behind the animal Tighten up the loops one clone to the elbows the other close to the hind flanks All being ready Instruct the man who holds the baiter shank ta p pull forward and at the same time tbermen who have hold of the loose the tope to pull straight backward withIdown the animal goes generally out a struggle Keep the head down and the rope firm and as a rule the animal will lie quietly until released by slackening Farm and Home JhoIs loaded with bacteria and when thy s get Into tho milk they multiply rate of millions per mlAute thoIers duty to Isle family anll to Ity In general when he Is milking la ia serious matter Sn yourSelect a name farm and have It painted In bold letters on r- tno barn If you cannot decide on a name fput your own name there Ua entorV prise 6 tr Wit and HumorI I J of the Actors Itr Harrlbli CitmpU Slimt- Kebton Wpt Cvtni and Hoey By MARSHALL P WI DEIlII astt toI rAt s hi 01 tW rr aJ Mudfl r- wail CIIIIIk Nll1 lYh w- wrfl c T LIVE on the sun ny nldo of the atreiit shady folks llvb on the oUt er 1 always pre ferred the sunshine and have tried to put other people there If only for nn hour or two nt a time oven If I had to do It after sunset from a plittform under tho with my gBslIghtII ed ut the MankaU P WildertorUIIIIr As birds of a tenth er flock together It has been wy good fortune to meet thousands of other peo ple on the sunny side of the treat and I 1 ball endeavor to distribute some of the sunshine which tbeso floe fellows unloaded on we Joseph Jefferson took delight In tell tog of a new playmate of one of his sons who asked another toy who young Jefferson was1 and was told Oh his father works In a theater romeehetw Pile Dslley while enjoying n short vacation vUlted a New York theater when business was dull Being asked afterward how largo the audience was be replied I could lick all three of them t On meetings friend who was flesh lfag up he exclaimed You are get so stout that 1 thought some one was with youMay Irwin Joke- I have been the subject of some nc ton jokes and enjoyed the run on much as any one Mny Irwin hud two sons who early In life were suwptl j ble to the seductive cigarette ngiilnut which she cautioned them carnally 1 eutertrd a rwtauraut one day where she aid her sons were dining and oho called me over and gave urn nn oppor tunity to become acquainted with the litho fellows After I left theta one askeddwan so short rSmoking cigarettes she replied And they never smoked again r VIIIIc Collier Invited mo one summer to his beautiful homo at St Jitmcs on Long Island Ho was out when 1 arI rived and when he returned Mrs Col liar said to him Youre going to have Marshall P Wilder for dinner and Wllllo replied Id rather liars lamb I When an acquaintance said to Au byhever saw it had a run of 100 nights In London Thomas replied Thrtt8 the trouble Its exhausted its speed Cried For an Hour i Stuart llobtfou had been a close neighbor and friend for wary years to Lawrence Barrett Ills bosom friend Marshall Lewis fell In love with liar rttta charming daughter Millie and Hobsou pretended to think it was tho greatest joke In the world Why dont you go In and win and marry her Marshall ho used to say in the squeaky voice which was not for the stage alone Ill tell you what Ill do The day you marry Millie Barrttt Ill give you 3000 This went on for some tlmo until to Ilobtons aitonUhineut and chagrin Miss Barrett accepted Lowls By the way when Barrett learned of It he excUltned My dear boy you dont know what youre doing You ure robbing mo of my only remaining daughter Nut at all Lewis replied with a slap on the back of his fatherinlaw elect Im merely giving you another Ion When tho marriage day came Ilobuon did not attend thu ceremony but be ssut his daughter Allcln In his place and gave her a check for =5XX drawn Ito Lewis order but with emphatic or den not to part from It until LcwU and Miss Barrett weru pronounced man and wife When Alicia returned her father asked her if she had given Lewis the chock The girl replied Yes father What did ho do and sayr Hobson was so overcome IWllltielltiyI after I gave Egad squeaked Ilobson Was that all7 Why I cried for an hour when I wrote It Euy and HU Hog Henry Dlxey la an adept at tho lei J surely tale which lea word picture from start to flnlih Hero Is a sam I pie In one of the country stores where they sell everything from a silk dress and a tub of butter to a hot drink and a cold weal ft lot of farmers were sit ting around the stove one cold winter day when In came Farmer Evans who was greeted with How d do Ezra awhilefbog ry 6 m That 107 How much did he weight Tanner Evans stroked his chin whis kers meditatively and replied Wual guess Bout three hundred sold one farmer No Two seventyfive ventured anoth cr NoI r guess about three twentylive said u third NoThen nil together demanded Well how much did ho weight Iinino Haint weighed him yet Other turn kept dropping In and hug ging the stove for the day was cold and snowy outside An Order For Oyiten In cnmo Cy Hopkins wrapped in a big overcoat yet almost frozen to death but there wasnt room enough around that stove to warm his little finger But ho didnt get mad about It he just said to 11111 Stebblns who kept the store 11111 got any raw oysters Yes Cy Well just open A dozen and teed cm to my loss Well Stebblns never was scared by an order from a man whose credit was good us CyB was so he opened tho oysters an took them out an the whole crowd followed to see a horse eat oysters Then Cy picked out the best seat near tho stove and dropped Into It as If ho had como to stay as bo had Pretty soon the crowd came back and the storekeeper said Why Cy your boss wont eat theta oysters Wont bet Well then bring em hero on Ill eat cm myself Evans and Hoey When Charley Evans and 11111 Roc traveled together they had 110 end of good naturist banter between them Once when Hoey saw Evans mixing lemon juice and water tar a gargle ho asked What are you doing that for Charley Oh for mfsinging- Suppose you put some In your ear then maybe youll bo able to find the key While they were crossing the ocean Evans came on deck one day dressed In the latest summer fashion duck trousers straw hot etclInd asked Hory How do you like me BIl1Y ell all you need to do now H to have your ears pierced was tho reply Evans always carried the money for both sad tho two men had a fancy for wearing trousers of the same material though of different sizes for Evans was slighter than his partner One day Hoey tell on hard luck Ho had tern to the Derby races where a pickpocket relieved him of his watch and his money too They wero to start for America next morning and Evans bad plenty of mousy and return tickets also yet dory was so cut up by his louse that ho went to bed early and tried to drop asleep This did not work so after tossing for several hours by which tlmo Evans had re drelllhlmlllrseemed to have swelled in the night Tilts was the last straw lie woke his and with tears In his CharIOTjIlull said Evans after a glance go Into the other room and take oft my tauter Hoyt and the Broker- A certain diamond broker called on the late Charles Uoyt with a large bill While Hoyt was drawing a chock the broker said Charley a dear friend of mine was robbed yesterday- Is that sot Why what did you sell hluir W S Gilbert although not an actor la a playwright and extremely critical A London favorite had the bet part In one of Gilberts pieces but the author thought him alow Going behind the scenes after the performance Gilbert noted that the actors brow was per spiring so ho said Well at all events your skin has been acting Gilbert can give evasive answers that cut lIke a knife A player of the title part of Hamlet asked Gilberts opinion of the performance You are funny without being vulgar was the reply Forbes Robertson who essayed tho same part asked Gilbert What do you think of Hamlet Gilbert answered Wonderful play old man Most wonderful play ever written Irving and Mansfield E S Wlllard tolls tho following story of Charles Glcuny of Irving Lyceum company The Merchant of Venice was In rehearsal and Glcnny did not repeat the lines Take mo to the gal lows not to the font to the liking of Irving so the latter said in the kindly manner ho always maintained at re hearsal No no Mr Gleuny not that way Walk over and touch mo and soy Take mo to tho gallows not to the font The line was rehearsed several times but unsuccessfully Finally Irving became discouraged and said Ab well touch mo Irving witnessed lllchard Mansfields performance of lllchard III In Lon don and by Invitation went back to see tho actor In his dressing room Mansfield had been almost exhausted and was taming himself but Irving approach revived him and natural an ticipation of a compliment from no ex alted a source was absolutely stimulat ingBut for the time being all Irving did was to slap Mansfield playfully on the back and exclaim In the Inimitable Irving tone f hat You sweat I 41 skd RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gm OleKued From the Tenchluar of All Denomination The glory of life la not In Its public ity in office or tame or power but In spirit and motiveItev Dr 8 M New man Congregationalist Washington True ISdueiitlon What true education should do It to teach a man to do ut least one thing its well as uny ono else could do It mid not to know ninny things poorly Jack of nil trades is master of roueItev- Dr Prank Do Witt Taltnugc Irosby tcrlan Lou Angeles Cal Greater Need of Human savor More human saviors are needed today In ell our cities and towns per sons willing to nervofhelr country In tines of peach ns soldiers do In times of war laying down their comforts and treasures when necessary to main taut the right extend the good and make better the community Kov De- L II Dorchester Methodist St Louis Th sob Nation A safe nation Is not built upon the autocracy of a throne It is not an chored upon the rock of a liberal con stitution It is dependent upon the In telligence and the wisdom of the peo ple the common people who associate goveruwentor a republic Her Dr Prank De Witt Tnlniage Presbyterian Los An geles Cal Spiritual Growth There are threw periods of spiritual growth In the Christianthere is the period of beginning of divine life In the soul there U sorrow for sin and joy In pardon there Is the green car period there Is development but It is still un tutu fruit then the period of ripeness j there Is the full com in the car of mat turity It is ripeness In holiness lore peace unselnshness lore of mankind llev Dr Warren G Partridge lisp test Plttaburg Love Tonle to ha Soul Love Is the health of Uio soul This Is the highest meaning of the wore This ls the greatest thought I bring you today about love as a great motive lower of life Love Is the health of the soul Now health has Its obligations The obligation of health II activity The healthy body must be active or It will not long be healthy 80 love the health of tho soul must lead the soul Into great activity It must set the hands to some blessed mission It must send life out to the remotest circum ference of duty Rev Daniel II Over ton Presbyterian Brooklyn Demon That Hurt Life Envy and jealousy are twin demons that haunt and hurt life Selfish and stupid desire to get ahead may induce a spirit destructive of the tranquillity of life Ite contented not complacent pad learn to rightly value your present estate Seek the enduring good that you may be Indeed like a tree planted by tho rivers of water causing your life to be productive of such moral richerfruit of the spirit that you will bo known of God and man alone who has not lived an aimless and barren existence but the life of a sun crowned child of our Father whose leaf shall not wllherHeY Thomas EdwardPottcrtou Unlveraallst Brook Sy- nTet of Qreatnr Tide Is the true test of greatness The current standard U ability to com wand service That merchant that manufacturer is greatest who employs the largest number of men and women who has tributary to himself the lar gest number of customers Christ Idea Is the very opposite That one Is greatest not who makes the largest number tributary to himself but who nuke himself tributary to the largest number lie Is greatest not whom the largest number serves but who serves the largest number Let your ambl tlon bo not to see how much you can get out of life but how much you can put Into Itner Dr William Oxtoby Presbyterian Philadelphia MetkneM Qreateit Virtue We have hardly progressed tar enough yet to appreciate the qualities of spirit that belong to man In his best character The meek man II yet a nobody The child that is meek and modest is at a discount if Indeed the doctor is not called In The GreutTeach cr exalted this humble word and tamped It with the sign of over eignty Tho meek are to overcome or ganize and inherit the earth The Mater saw things from the right center lie saw all animal spirit and power under tho dominance of the spiritual forces The coarse violent and clam orous powers are farthest from the seat of mans sovereignty The gross and Intractable must fade away before tho quiet powers of self control patience and meekness Her N P Frederick Methodist Chicago Bflteat of Christian Thinking Our memories are treacherous we cannot always depend upon them but much of our thinking depends upon that which wo remember Christian character depends upon Christian thinking It God himself as the Holy Spirit controls our memory he must control also our thinking Thus the Christian actually has tho mind of Christ The Comforter helps us remember those things which will comfort In times of sorrow also that which will stimulate to greater activity when tho human soul U Indifferent lIe sug gests the tactful word ut the right time Ho uses our minds according to our best mental development by ex ercising his will over us and suggest ing our Hues of action Man does not act until be wills to act If our wills are subject to his will and our thoughts controlled by his thoughts then we are led by his Spirit and the thoughts of God mako our lives consistent and powerful Her John Timothy Stone Presbyterian DalUmoreI IH+H+H+IHHl1HIH Berea Teachers Club ADD1U1 ILL LETTERS roe ImLzwt 1 1111111111111111111 H+ tf1 Some Ideas In Regard to Frictions Two questions have como in this week of general interest One is as to the importance of Decimals and tho other concerns the old question of inverting the divisor in division of fractionsAs the first I would say that there is no more important in Arithmetic In actual business decimals are rapidly superseding com mon fractions because of their greater simplicity They should be studied after quite a thorough understanding of com moo fractious has been attained Be omphasizethothere are no new principles involved and that decimals are only a special case in which the denominator is ton or some power of ten Give much practice in writing equivalent ox preanions such as o = 310 27 = 27100 003 = c 81000 and 25 = 4 825 = 32 etc Second that a point is placed between the unit and tho tenths periods and that from there on to time right one unit in every period is equal to ten nnits in tho next period to the right just as in pupilsknowstanding in tho second period to the right of the decimal point is three jnthedecimal point is three tens Spend much time on writing decimals Do not quit until your pupils readand write them as readily as whole num bersYou will have no trouble with ad dition and subtraction if you have pointWhenyou will have no trouble to teach the process To teach the reason may be more difficult Remember that when the multiplier is unity the product will be of the same or der as the multiplicand and that as you decrease the multiplier you will al so decrease tho product so that the product will contain tho number of decimal places occuring in the mul tiplicand plus tho number in tho frequentlydonefractions e g ix g 75x 875 In division keep in the mind of the pupil the fact that when the par tial dividend used is of the sume or der as the divisor the figure in the periodInwould always teach inverting the di visor from tho first as it will be used by every pupil sooner or later and is just as easily explained as the pro cess of reducing to common denomi natorFrom the beginning of oral arith metic work the child should know that one whole thing is four fourths seven sevenths thirteen thirteenths etc and that J is contained four times in one whole unit 17seven times etc That is they must know thoroughly the relation exist ing between the unit fraction 77 and the fractional unit 17 With this knowledge you come to the place manytimesthe childs muid in this way How often is J contained in one unit f Four times How often will 3 be contained in one unit then f as often that is J of 4 times or 43 times because is three times as large as i Then if J is contained in one unit 43 times it will be con tained in four units 4 x 43 times or 103 times Just as simple is the problem How often is 57 contain ed in 313 You reason again that since 17 is contained 7 times in one unit 57 will be contained 15 of 7 times or 75 times in one unit and if it is contained 75 times in one unit it will be contained 213 of 75 times in 213 of a unit or 1405 timesIn this way a child soon sees that expression visor is contained in unity and that in any other number fractional or or integral it will be contained that number of times as often as in one unitLater on all that need bo put on indicatingthoexplained thus Since 57 is contained 75 times in one unit it will bo contained 213 of 75 times or 1 1405 times in 213 of one unit Tho chief thing to keep in mind is take plenty of time to drill on every subject giving many problems to which the pupil has no answer and always require neat work and care ful explanations How to Ial Bottle Mix together three parts rosin one part caustic soda and live parts water Then add to this mixture half it weight of plaster of parts ThU cow pound will set in about oa hour and U most reliable y 1iIIH1HtiHHH1I The Farm SILAS CHESTER MASON Editor I II IIII I II I I I Jot I 1 I 111 II I I I For Better Roads It is the dear privilege of most people the world over to complain of the burden of their taxes but it is many times the case that the bur dens imposed by the tax collectors are not as great as the people will lay upon themselves and submit to without a murmur In our own country taxes are light as compared with those many people are obliged to pay though they often seem heavy and through official corruption and waste are in many instances far heavier than they should be But there is no case of political graft or extravagance that lays such a tax on the people as the people lay upon themselves in most country districts in traveling the bad reads that they seem to be con tentedwith That a bad road levies a tax on every man who brings a load over it can be proved by easy arithmetic Take the example of Big Hill and Narrow Gap quite near to Berea There come into Berea through the Narrow Gap an average of 30 loads a day let us say for 300 days in the year ort OOO loads of bark ties staves lumber etc Take the case of a load of ties where 14 is as many as most teams pull that hill with With the hill reduced in grades to what it could be and should be for a reasonable sum a team could pull 18 or 20 ties as easily as they can 14 as it is making at least 50 cents difference on the load havlcd If there was a gate built across the everyloadcertainly be a war That would be a tax anti an exor bitant one realized byevery man who paid it but no more real than getting a load over a bad hill that might be made better Half a dollar a load on good roads wouldamount to 4500 in a year and 1500 of that would bring tho Narrow Gap hill to a fine grade to remain forever mud leave 3000 of that years tax to apply on the Big Hill or Owsley Fork That is where a road is much traveled the extra labor and energy expended in moving freight over it would expended in improving that road put it in a fine condition for traffic where a moderate outlay for redairs would keep it a profitable road to travel forever after Such roads place within reach of a market timber bark cordwood coal and farm products that are too far back to pay their way out over the terrible roads over which they must come A good road is chiefly a matter of labor applied to the materials at hand It is only in rare eases as for iron bridges tile or cement that money must be sent out of the county for road making Take the examples of the Big Hill and Owsley Fork They need only the selection of a proper route to give a holler grade and the labor of the neccessary cuts and fills and there are thousands of tons of the best possible road metal close at hand to be broken and put in place As there is a common belief that good roads can be had only where there is limestone or some other good road metal within reach I shall in our next number tell something of how our Government road engineers are teaching the people to make excellent roads of clay only How to Broil Freeh Mackerel In broiling fresh mackerel clean the flab split It down the back and sprin kle with salt and lemon junce Place It on a greased broiler and broil over a clear Ore until the Inside of the fish Is white and the skin side Is well brown ed Open the broiler leaving the skin side uppermost put a platter over the fish and then Invert and remove the broiler Season wltb pepper salt but ter and lemon Juice How to Slake Blacking A blacking for the home may easily be made by mixing the following In gredients together One pound of treat cle one pound of Ivory black two ounces of olive oil and one ounco of vitriol Be very careful In mixing the vitriol not to let It touch your bawls How to Frenlien Gilt The white of an egg applied with a small camels hair Inrush will remove fly traces and soil from gilt frames The water In which onions havo been boiled If rubbed over the frames will remove dust and specks and brighten the gliding wonderfully SUPPORT scorns EMULSION serves u a bridge to carry the weakened end starved system along until It can find firm support In ordinary food Send for free umplt SCOTT ft DOWNS Chmltti- 40WS Pearl Street Nr Yoik Soc and joo all dnifjuU Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner FOR SALE I have for sale three Show Cases one Cloak Rackone Display Rack one pair of Platform Scales one pair of Counter scales and two Co gallon Oil Tanks A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone 40 PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by JeS GOTT Depot Street Boron Ky Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have It you find It bard to breath after walking up stairs exercising etc It you havo pain In your left side In chest back or shoulder It you suffer from cold extremities pale face bluo lips dry trough swollen ankles If you have taInting spells breast pang palpitation redness of the face discomfort in sleeping on one tide The only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Mlles New Heart Cure is the prescription of a famous specialist whose great success In treating obsti nate nervous heart disease has made his name preeminent In the medical and scientific world The medicine will cure you We know It We want you to provo It If first bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money attlmeabid I could not sleep half the night thebedtroublo way but about two ana half Yeas I a pamphlet about Dr Mlles New Heart Cure and thought I would try a tow bottles After using them I recovered and have had better health since then than before for several years I can heartily recommend them for heart PastorDapust FREE write to us for Free Trial 1torSpecialist wilt diagnose your case tell ItloreeLABORATORIES KLKUART IND Slow to Slake a Simple MnyannaUe The old laborious dropbydrop pros ess of making mayonnaise dressing has been superseded by the method described below It will bo a boon to lovers of salad says the Womans Homo Companion In a bowl mix ono half teaspoonful of salt H dusk of pa prlka and the raw yolks of two fresh eggs then beat In two tablespoonfuls each of vinegar and lemon juice nub about one and onohnlf ctipfuls of olive oil one teaspoonful or more at n time beating it In with an egg lienter Uy adding all tho acid before the oil and using a good egg beater the danger of curdling is eliminated and the oil can bo added In generous qualitiesdfrom the start How to Teat Mushroom A merchant who handles all manner of foreign products making a specialty of pure salad oil anti mushrooms re cently told how to test mushrooms as follows When crooking drop In a sliver piece 25 or 60 cent piece no difference as long as It Is pure silver If It turns black they are poisonous if the sliver Is bright they are good You can also put In a few pieces of garlic It will flavor tho mushrooms and at the same time you can tell If they are poison l oils Garlic wilt change color as the silver does rrIIE CIzI N BEREA PUBLISHING CO C Hinman Manager 4L KENTUCKY 1805 JULY 1905 8W MON TUE TED THU mi SAT 11 I N i ILfTll1 2345679 101112131415 16171819202122I 252 2 2 2i 3031 Gov Hoch of Kansas referring to tbe enforcement of the prohlbtlon law says that the state is SO per cent dry So poor are the Russian peasants days a writer that even the roach and black beetle can not find sustenance In their huts- Automobiles can cross the frontier of Russia only by special permission of the minister of finance obtained by written request Dr William Royal Stokes and Dr John S Fulton of the Maryland board of health insist that they hue disco ered a curative serum for typhoid fe yer after a four years search The duchess of Marlborough particular fad is the collecting of artistically bound books She Is so absorbed In that pursuit that she has forgotten her earlier fad of collecting miniatures t I The origin of belief In horseshoe luck Is so ancient that It never has been determined with certainty and no superstition Is more universal Ever since horses began to wear shoe these crescents of iron have been accounted lucky emblems of all people races and nations that have been ac Qualnted with their use I The will of an Australian detective provided an unusual way for dividing Ills property among his six children Ills estate about 136000 consisted mostly of realty lie ordered that six envelopes should be placed In a box each child to draw one and have the portion of the property described on the paper inside the envelope Dr Nalpasse Is preaching In Paris the gospel of the shake hand less sal responit your hand to your heart ups and fore bead successively to express that your I friend is always in the heart on the 31pe and in the thoughts It is pretty and you neither give nor take mi millinery jobbers in tho St ICrObesmarket whose business Is estl at 18000060 a year are greatly over the way in which Game J H Rodes of Sedalia will If execute the Walmsey law passed by the legislature 90 days ago and which iwent into effect on June 17 While the law was intended to preserve the and game of the state It bears4 jlah on the millinery trade because jit absolutely prohibits a fowl or any parts of it to be exposed for tale toiI fPresidentof the big Standard OH Co a salary of only 20000 a xi year or less than the average New i i York bank president It has been Mated time and time again that the Standard OH Co paid to its officers 1parger salaries than any other corpora s the United States but a glance 4ntthe payroll of the corporation would lorvo to set at rest all rumors of this kindAs a family record the following would be hard to beat In the town of J Thurso England a man 87 years old sill follows his duties as superintend ent of some flagstone quarries Among the workmen he has seven six sons Inlaw 29 grandsons tifour grand onstnlaw and two great grandsons Fortynine members of one family all connected with the same trade and living in the same I district Is something decidedly out of 1 the common The widespread influence of tho I American educational effort at Har put Asiatic Turkey during the last half century has done much to prepare the way for commercial effort in that region It has brought about a feel ing of respect and admiration for the American home and its accessories for our books periodicals Inventive jcklll and practical devices and enter prise It has likewise led to deep seated confidence in the Integrity and business principles of the American nation Another helpful feature la the growing dissatisfaction with the arti manufactureft Admiral Togo Japans greatest paval hero Is one of the most ulnas t ruining and gentle of men Natural f kindliness no less than the dictates of courtesy prompted his recent visit at I the hospital to his captured and badly wounded adversary in the Japan sea i battle Admiral Rojestvensky In tactful i terms the victor expressed sym y pathy for the vanquished praised the courage of the Russians and uttered the hope that the distinguished pris crier would soon be able to return home Rojestvensky was deeply kr touched 0 QUIET NIGHT IN COUNTRY The bits Man Who Went Away for a Good Sleep Tells of Kia Experience I want to tell you about my night In the country said a Kansas City man who seldom loaves town to a Kansas City Star reporter Thered been sick babyIsleep and usually I had gone to the of lice worn out and dull My wife with her mother to relieve her could steal a few hours nap during the day but notIWith these things in your mind you can Imagine my feelings when an order came for me to go to a little town down In tho country to see one of our old cus tomers At last I was to have a rest amid the beauties of nature Actually I felt young again- I put in a busy day with the customer and It was ten oclock when I reached the hotel my mind rioting with the thoughts of a long long sleep In the morning undisturbed by street caw hucksterevflre engines and the hundred one that make up the noise of the city I inquired of tho hotel man How late can I get breakfast Oh he drawled about half paat six I nearly fell out of my chair Youve got the wrong end of It 1 gasped How latelatenot how earlycan I get breakfast Well you neednt to hurry now said the proprietor You can get It for an hour after that Huh thought I if I hurry 1 may catch up on sleep even by 730 And sd me to my bed Some time in the night I was awak ened by the plaintive bawling of a calf for Its mother Did you ever hear a calf bawl when It Is being weaned Pres ently I heard a door slam and a moment later the poor little calf gave a grunt just like a man would if you kicked him on the watch charm and then all was still except that the door slammed again and some one went bask to bed A few minutes later a fool rooster saw the gleam of the hostlers lantern as the boy moved through the stable and at once began to crow fully believing I suppose that the sun had risen The rooster at length quieted down and then just as I was dozing a bell be gan to ring a loudmouthed iron bell I went to the window and looked out There just below me stood a boy pulling a bell rope the bell on a post the post within six feet of my room What In the blankety blank 1 I began Breakfast yelled the boy his face red with the exertion Well I exclaimed you neednt awaken all the state for your old break fastTen minutes later a knock came on my door and another voice said Hay mister git up breakfast Hay I cried I dont want any hay I want sleep But I dressed and went down I looked at the clock It was 615 Last night the Kansas City man concluded I went to sleep at nine oclock with street cars clanging past the house The firemen went by our place twice In the night my wife says peacefullyThe ARREST THE TUBA PLAYER Gotham Police Mistook One of Thomas Musicians for A Practical Joktr Louis A Julllen was the first con ductor who played a large orchestra In New York One of his pieces was a Firemans Quadrille during the performance of which an alarm of fire was regularly sounded and a brigade of firemen appeared in the ball Theodore Thomas was one of Julllens vio linists for a time and this may help to explain why he himself in 1867 when he gave his Terrace garden con certs In New York once created a sensation by making the piccolo play era climb up Into the trees before the piece began On another occasion la the same place the tuba player had been sent behind the audiepce into the shrub bery When he began to play the police mistook him for a practical joker who was disturbing the music and tried to arrest him I shall never forget the comical scene Thomas writes In his Auto biography as the poor man fled toward the stage pursued by the irate policeman and trying to get in a note bere and there as he ranChlcago Dally News Chinese Declined with Thank When an American editor declines a manuscript he is polite but wastes no words in consoling the disappointed contributor They order these things differently in China where the usual form of rejection Is this We have read It with infinite de light By the holy ashes of our ances tors we swear that we have neve seen so superb a masterpiece His majesty the emperor our exalted master if we were to print It would command us to take It as a model and never publish anything of a less striking quality As we could not obey this order more than once In ten thousand years we are compelled to send back your divine manuscript and beg a thousand par dons ChAngeable- The WifeYou see some shades of hair look better In sunlight And others look better when it Is cloudy The HusbandIt seems to be cloudy todaxj which colored hair are you go Ing to put on today Yonkers Statesman Sure Sign When a woman keeps a secret fts time to stndJier ton tanUuJum r ti tt2tuliar l lait nf ll1t1t ita ur iiitalit nf tl1 Jt l1tnl1 By DR JOSEPH COLLINS New York Bnln Spcclillit i I MNKSIA isa disorder or diseases of the memory in which the individual eannotrecall what has transpired in a certain period of his life When amnesia is total it affects tIll whole memory in all its forms and the individual who presents it has then a gap of his mental life which is just ail complete so far as he is concerned as if he had been dead During this period of amnesia or gap of the memory a pert ma1dott l distinct and most common cases of amnesia arc met with in cpncsy in some cases of which there is not only loss of consciousness hut loss of memory during which time the patient conceives and performs I actions which are complicated and well adapted to their purpose In such an attack an individual may perform acts of violence anl there arc records of many suicidal and homicidal deeds of robbery of unreasonable ridiculous actions accomplished during these periods The phenomena have been much studied by neurologists and alienists and there are any number of authentic cases on record tshowing that a person may have this and be equal to mental automatism and still have no recollection whatever of the incidents of his life during that I time Most of the cases of socalled double personality arc in real ity instances of amnesia or forgetfulness of the real personality while the individual is in an epileptic state Such conditions are in no wise to be confounded with the socalled trance state which is nothing more or less than a submerging of some of the higher mental faculties by a hysterical condition which may at times be artificially produced Of course when a person claims that he has no recollection ora cer tain period in his life during which time it would seem that he has committed crime it is not only necessary to take into rnncidcralion his statement but also the likelihood of his veracity judging from the events of his entire life and his conduct and also his fancily and sonal history in order that the probabilities of any neurotic pschicI or mental disease may be estimated And finally tho most careful psychological examination must be made If there is in reality amnesia it will probably not fail to reveal itself in such a search the manly man and the method of ijis making By DR MADISON C PETERS Noted Lecturer Author and Mlnlctcr I One hundred and fifty KMHids more or ILS of good bone nd muscle does not stake a man a cranium packed wit h I brains loges snake a man The hotly muscle and brain must act a mans part do a mans work and think a mans thoughts I and bear a mauls weight of character and duty before they constitute a man I You can put clothes on a statue and it appears to be a human bring but to be a man and appear to lip are two very different tiling Human beings grow men are l1I dtWe have gentlemen loafers aboutgas bags air bubbles whicli ltst arc gone masculine grasshoppers goodenough to dance attendance upon the butterflies of society thing that glow and die like autumnal insects despised and forgotten There is plenty of room work awl welcome in the world for men and women of determined purpose They bring premiums nut the dilettantiand the drones we can spare as cheerfully as the clergyman could his annoying admjrcr who carried away by his oratorical flights often disconcerted him by her half audible ejaculations Deantfful I Sub lime Iand one day when she could not follow his soaring imagination ihe broke forth Oh for another feather in the wing of my mioginalion that I too might soar into those jieavcnly heights 1 The vexed pastor exclaimed Good lord give her that feather and let her go shes a nuisance here God made men and women for employment Employment makes the man in a very great measure It is not careful morn training neither sound instruction nor good society that makes men These are means but back of these lies the moldering influence of a mans life and that is employment A mans business makes himit hardens his muscle strengthens his body quickens his blood sharpens his mind corrects his judgment wakes up Ids inventive genius putsu his wits to work arouses ambition makes him feel that he is a man and must show himself a man by taking a mans part in life IDn nlut- int1trsti frnhtems By HENRIETTA M JOHNSTONWOOD Prom time immc tnorial the duties of woman as wife and mother have boon discussed anti outlined principally by the other sex and much gratu itotis advice has been showered upon her but I have never yet seen one article relative to the duties of the husband and father The absence of opinion on this subjct is remarkable Have women been guilty of laches in this re spect If so the time is ripe for reformation or perhaps perfection has been already attained o possibly there was no need for further development along these lines Women arc becoming more and more reluctant to marry as the responsibilities of the wife and mother are becoming more and more grave and the independent woman will think twice before she sur renders her liberty- If wifehood and motherhood be the highest duty of woman what is the highest duty of man How many husbands try in the most indifferent manner to entertain their wives in the evening A day at home with the childrcn or withoutand perhaps a pink tea now and then arc not very exciting and a woman needs some mode of com munication with the busy outside world with the practical side of life She needs what her husband can bring herrand so often fails to bringwhile he needs apparently not so much the quiet of the home Cooperation is the only solution of the problem The best work is accomplished when men and women work in unisor1 One com plements the oilier and their aim sshould be to live up to their highest ideals There is no other sure and safe road to happiness Love conquers alllhings I f UNDERRIVER TUNNELING I tt la Attended by Many Dire Perils to the Men Engaged in It Next to the danger of live burial the chief danger confronting the men In the presence of the Host river tun eel Is the bonds What these are physicians are not agreed except that they are caused either by coming out of high pressure into low pressure too suddenly or by staying under high pressure too long Certain It IB that the victim of the bends suffers ex cruciating agony Ills body becomes tight os a poker and doubled up like t Jackknife Pains as if molten lead and doublo edged daggers were circu lating through veins and arteries rack Ihe unfortunate unto madness His fact becomes a distorted grimace Ills bands and fingers become knotted and twisted In a dreadful cramp Only the use of the voice remains and you might hear a stricken one shriek at five blocks distance Curious to say the only relief for the bends Is to bring back the victim Into the high pressure and then gradually very gradually to lower the pressure to the normal Except In extreme cases resulting In hopeless paralysis thin Is all that It necessary to effect a complete cure after which the victim Is M healthy as ever So far on the East river tunnel not a life has been lost owing to the bends but the authorities are care ful to resort to every precaution o- man who has shown the tracts of eIng addicted to the use of alcoholic stimulants Is engaged No man la em ployed unless ho has a physicians eer llflrato showlffg his heart and lungs to be In good condition The men are warned bow to conduct themselves not to enter high pressure with a fut stomach never to use whisky or other drink during working hours etc Interesting though the experiences under high pressure may bo even more ro are the scenes at the head lug of the tunnel the danger polnt where any Instant may rome the fatal collate with In floods of mud and water Itare you fluid yourself beneath a clustvr of Incandescent JlghU In the midst of a quarterhundred stalwart mudspattered sand hog Mud spat tered and rested the heavy shtold thai formidable punch half an heavy MS a locomotive stands ready with Its open door awaiting simply the turn of a wrlrt to pent It forward Aerus the hurlaontal diameter of this shield lea platform with the hjrdraiillo engine used for lifting law place the ponder oua Bogiuenu which form the rinse The iteao resembles that at the httding of a mine AH In bsotle aid activity amid the scraping of bona the battering of sledges and the sharp tattoo of corapreM dair drills rssownU Ing from the far aide of the aMtW for under the protection of overhang of the shields cwUlRR edge the melt von tare boldly ever outside the tunnel The upper half of the ftkleM Is IB mud Vie lower halt In against a ledge of re through which we are cut ting explain the superintendent We are going to blast In a rolnate and then well be ready for a shove IVarnoHs MsgasJne A PATHLESS BRIDGE It Is an Odd Construction Across the River Mersey Between Wldnts and Runcorn An odd bridge tins recently beer completed across the River Merney connecting the towns ofWldnvs and Hunrorn Ita peculiarity lies In the fact tbk the bridge possesses neither footpath nor roadway for vehicular traffic In stead the bridge Is provided with a car accommodating four wagons and 300 passengers at one time and this car snakes trips across the river M often M the traffic requires Prom steel towers leO feet In height stretches a track held up on the sue pension principle and Ihe car makes the passage some 80 feet above the surface of the river This peculiar form Is used to over come the necessity for bulldlnf lengthy approaches on either side of the river in order that the shlpplns may not be obstructed and the panen edllthotlon A bridge adjoining requires a trip a quarter of a mile Inland In order that the grade of the Incline may not bit made too heaynd this newer brlugA Is designed to avoid that delay Thanks to Ancient Queen Because certain nobles of ancient Egypt were jealous of a queen of that land on actount of her bourgeolse ex traction the twentieth century has been enriched with Increased knowledge of that ancient time Queen Tele was the wife of King Amenhotep III of the tenth dynasty The parents of Queen Tele were Yua and Thus common peo pie Queen Tele was unable to utah lUb her parents an nobles in the face of tho opposition of the Egyptian aristo crats no she gave them a more than noble funeral when they died She pro vided for them a royal tomb and royal furnishings to the same This tomb was hidden BO effectually that It was Lever discovered until a few months ago when Theodore Davis discovered it and all Its undisturbed treasures Caught Him Huckster Want pny nice green gages today lady Mrs NewllwedNo thank you ill walt until you have em ripe Huckster Theee Is fine and ripe Mrs Ncwllwed Well Such barefaced ttorytelllngl You just said they were green Philadelphia Jrcae A HARD NUT TO CRACKt Drinking of Deer Does Not Tend tt Discourage Vie of Distilled and Other Strong Liquors A professional English statistician Mr J Holt Schooling who has hall 20 years experience tabulating the reports of governments has furnished a hard nut for the advocates of beer drinking to crack These latter are wont to de clare that the drinking of beer tends to discourage the use of distilled and other strung liquors We quote from an ex change a summary of a strong article by Mr Holt In the London Fortnightly Itevlew So large n proportion of the revenue of states Is now raised by a tax upon wines and liquors that It is not easy to uilirepresent the facts We have not cellmates or Impressions but official data prepared by appointees of the gov eminent whose duty It Is to see that each product is duly taxed And from these reports Mr Schooling clearly shows that the more the use of malt or fermented liquors Is encouraged th more rapid heroines the consumption of rum gin and brandy This destroys the theory upon which the German beer bouts have been recently Introducing Into the schools of lloiton and Cambridge In the year 1900 the beer con iiimptlon of Germany was 275 gallons per capita In America 133 Of courtr we ought to fluid that the beer drove out distilled liquors On the contrary we discovered that theGerman demand td 19 gallons of spirits per capita to the 11 consumed In America In Frann one of those wine producing countries where travelers assure us there Is no drunkenness there were consumed 28 4 gallons of wine per capita and more spirits than In Germany nearly twice as much as In the 1nltfd States These populatlon k li ertheless the processors nnrtjjjtor who have a weakness for muss and bottles will go on assuring the Innocent public that the only way to keep a boy from whisky is lu fill him up with beer Mr Schooling In the article referred io at tributes the prsseal commercial suprem icy of Amertea to the relative sobriety of her workman H A QUESTION ANSWERED What Intemperance Was to Do with the Demonstrated Military Inte- riority of tile Jluislan Army lies Intcmtwranr anything to do with the OtmoiMiaUd Inferiority of Hussisn military leadership Aworteaa Medi doe thlHks that It has and compare the haWlHal ef not total abstinence of the Japanese odtrers with the notorious tIIaWJIfII3nbymerely a qntsUo of drtiBkonne at Hit moment of dealer but of cumulative ef f tof dally Age of aloabol Tilt thus slap oQleer is notorious by general report of course for the large quantities of alcohol he dally consumes and it p Impoftitble for any brain to submit to such mulls without undergoing the changes leap known tu lake place n heavy drinkers It U not remarkable then that the older ofllcfrs who are managlHg the campaign are constantly outwitted by the healthy minded Jap antic It Is apparently not to much a question of drunkenness as It lions of pothologlcal renting of lungcontinued excessive without drunken 11tTnl Is the medical verdict as to the results In brain deterioration of long continued consumption of alcohol even In doses moderate enough to keep the user out of the ranks thedrucken The Implication of this verldct In re gard to social drinking of ourown army and navynot to say of civil life will hardly net l to be pointed out to Intelli gent readers POINTED rARAOBAPHS A moderate drinker Is worth more to tile devil than Is a drunkard American Issue The saloon Is a paroHlte tt feed upon prosperity but It never produces ItThe Los Angelo Searchlight Every asylum Is an argument against the grog shop for more than half the Inmates are there because of rum There are now 1677 persons confined In the Ohio penitentiary and Rev D J Star chaplain of the Institution says that the records of the prison show that 75 per cent of tho prisoners owe their Incarceration to crimes committed whllo under the Influence ot strong drink The Masonic order of Iowa In its re cent annual gathering at Sioux City passed a resolution debarring liquor dealers from membership In tbat order and making special provision surround ing those who are now Masons and en gaged In the liquor traffic The same order In Georgia a few months since passed a prohibitory clause without any limitations debarring liquor vend ers and dealers from membership Damages Awarded Mrs W K Ilennor has obtained a verdict of 5000 against a brewery company of Atchison Kan Her hUll band shot and killed two men tot which ha Is serving a life term In the penitentiary The shooting was the result of trouble whllo the men were drinking beer Mrs Uenner alleged that the beer carne from tho brewery that It led to the tragedy which caused the imprisonment of her husband and that she Will therefore deprived of his BUDoort and entitled tn damages T I IiTIII PLAY HOUSE 8CHEKN COMPLETE I A MOVABLE PLAYHOUSE Our That May Ee Easily Made by Any Bright BoyIt Is Not Expensive Procure from a lumber dealer about ion feat of one Inch by two Inches Tfacgh pine uHunlly used for crating It UcMred have this stock machine planedMake center frame flrnt Cut two rtrlpa four feet eight Inches fur aides TLen three strips two feet six Inrlua It r top bottom and piece over door Make halt Joints as shown In the enlarged drawing A Distant from top tf screen to door nine Inchon Go a ITCH of seventeenths of an Inch MIOWS and screw frame together Next make door frame three feet xi BO inches high by two feet two inches wide Fit this door carefully into center frame A square block to hold lock Is securely fastened under miath center strip of door Nail a A TEST OF NERVES Trick by Which You Can Prove That Coffee Is Really Not Doing a Bit of Harm If the subject of too much coffee drinking making one nervous and un steady ever cornea up at your break fast table here is a hullo trick by which you can prove with your lava coffee cup you are not nervous and have a steady hand Got a cork rqutczo It within the handle of your cup as the drawing TbenI take n fork and stick It Into the cork no that two of Its prongs arc on either ride of the handle being sure to fix the fork In such a position that will Insure Its handle coming under the cupN bottom You have now fulfilled ono of the laws of gravity which will permit you to balance your cup on the point of a knife says Good Literature It you are careful about one thingfind the ex net place on the cups bottom on which It will balance Your hand should be very steady und must not tremble a particle or the cup will slip off lecauae Its bottom Is usual glared and very smooth The paint result may be obtained by using two knives Instead of the fork It would not be wise to try this bal ancing feat with any coffee In your cup on the first at tempt The New rr2san Doll From Iarls hav just been received icnutlful dolls that are more wonder lul than the famous ones that lisp out uucn wound up with a key papa and uninica Tho new dolls walk as well as talk and you do not have to wind them up All that is necessary lu make Ibe lovely little ladles walk In i most dignified manner Is merely to tarn a spring 7 beau dollu arc almost as large as their swell mothers and are dressed in real childrens clothes Their HmLs are ptVfcctly formed and there Is no liUerJnu alucg like ordinary dolls on 01 ltt narrow strip to center frame on Innel side over the Boor so as to prevent door frame from going too far whet being closed To make a side frame cut two strips four feet eight Inches for sides and four strips two feet six Inches for tug and bottom of screen and top and bot tom of window Join these together with half joints same as in center frame carefully observing measure ments on plan Cut side strips for window two feet seven Inches Inland join to frame making window It Inche wide Fasten a small strlj horizontally across center of window to Indicate two cask Get burlap or canrtj and cover al three frames as well IuI the door tacking it neatly on and stretching It evenly To Imitate window sills etc get boards of appropriate size and nail in place covering these also with bur lap or painting them to Imitate stone Fasten the frames to each other with strong Iron hinges and hang door with ordinary small size door hinges Put a lock on the door and curtains In toe windows If desired says the St Louis GlobeDemocrat the outRlde may be painted with Imitation bricks and the door with panels A name plate house number and small electric bell will also add to the attractiveness ol this playhouse It may be set up anywhere In any room or In the garden FUNNY LITTLE HAND MILL I By Warming Hands Card Can Be Undo to Revolve Producing Mystifying Effect Thrust a needle through a cork lengthwise so that you can make It stand point up- Now cut a piece of thin very light paper Into a square about threequar ters of an Inch along each side Bend one corner up a bit and one down la I HAND MILL about the shape of the wings of the common plnwheel Then find the exact center of it and adjust it on the point of the needle KO that It can turn easily Now tell the company that you can make the card revolve at the word of command nub your hand without letting anyone see It This is done to warm It for the success of the trick depends on the heat of the hand Then rent the hapd on the table no that your open palm wlU be toward palmIlUrnnlmoat Immediately If it has been adjustedproperty and If your hand it warm enough Boston Glob In Time What did you do at kindergarten thu morning asked Ethels mother thi other day We sewed a clock answered EtheL Then as It a new thought had struck her Ethel asked Mother Is that who peoalamean wheL they speak of talc ing A stitch in time PhlJadelplUi Press Prom Pulpit to Forge Rev M Al Bachraan a popular clew nau of Mlllersvllle Pa line forsaken the pulpit and will go to work at the blacksmith forge The reverend gen tlemans father Is one of the best edge tool dressers In the section and taught his son the business before the latter was ordained a preacher Now the young man finding that the small salary paid by his church Is not sufficient to support a large family will return to the forge being a skilled mechanic and sure of good flay- Electricity from Cats An Indiana genius proposes to utll Ire cats for the generation of electric current for lighting Ills purpose Is to round up the rats and drive them through a chute no that they will pass under rotating brushes which Will abstract the desired current The In ventlon might be further Improved by the employment of mice so that the cats could bo drawn through the chute by Induction Just how much feline power Is required to light an Incandescent lamp has yet to be ascertained 0 E 1841 on Turtle Shell The latest turtle finding story comes from Slcklervllle Pa In 1881 John Thorntonof that town found a turtle In his strawberry patch marked 0 B 1841 Thornton put his own Initials on It with the date 1881 and let It go Samuel Urannln found It a few days ago not COO yards from the place where Thornton let It go The 0 E doubtless stands for Obadiah Eldridge a former resident of Sickler vllle Snake follows Like a Dog The Col burn Tool company of Venango Ind has on exhibition a rare specimen of the snake family that was captured by James Davlcon an em ploye while on a business trip through Illinois The snake Is a foot In length of a beautiful mottled green color and It Is said that It ran be trained to follow ono like a dog The boys have become attached to the little beauty and many a toothsome bit finds Its way to the cage where It Is confined Honors Fnlne Miss S Elizabeth Jones of Philadelphia for ten years past has provided a handsome wreath to decorate the portrait of Thomas Paine In Independence hall Philadelphia on Memorial day Muse Jones says that while she lives this annual honor will be paid to the memory of Paine whom she regards as one of the greatest men America has pro duced Brilliant Scheme Yes that matrimonial bureau made a great success It collected a lot of homely men and married them oft to the most beautiful women How In the world did it attract the beautiful women 1 Easy It lust stated that It had ape cial bargain days In husbands Chl ago News SelfDenial Week The Salvation Army of England Scotland and Ireland has an Institution called selfdenial week during which wageearners at the cost of some per Bond sacrifice set apart a portion of their earnings for the armys purpose In 1SS8 the week yielded JC3165 but this year the gift Is 316315 This sum was handed over to Gen Booth on his seventysixth birthday Any State Your town doesnt seem to be grow- IngmuchGrowing There hasnt been a new house built or an old house Improved In this town for 15 years What Is the reason for that The reason stranger Is It possible you dont know that this used to be the capital of the stateChlcagoTribuneM- ARKET r REPORT Cincinnati July 8 CATTLECommon 3 25 4d 4 00 Heavy steers 4 C5 til 5 00 CALVESExtra Qi 0 i5- HOOSCh packers 5 C5 O 5 70 Mixed packers 5 55 4D 5 C- 5IHEEP Extra 4 40 J 4 50- LAMBSSpring 8 25 4p 8 40 LOimSprlng pot 0 00 0 C 35- 1VIIEATNo 2 reds 4b 92 No 3 red 91- CORNNo 2 mixed tD 58 No 2 white td 584 OATSNo2 mixed fl 3- 3RYENo 4 2 78 0 S- OIIAYCh timothy 6 11 CO PORKClear mess fl 14 05 AUD Steam 41 7 25 JUTTER Ch dairy 4D 14 Choice creamery 0 22 APPLES Choice 3 BO 4 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 25 tp 1 50 TOIUCCO New 5 00 i 13 00 Old 4 CO 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter oat B 10 4t 5 SO WHEATNo 2 red 0 1 00 No 3 red 1 08 40 1 1- 2cormNo2 mixed t 58i OATSNo 2 mixed 4D 33- 1RyENo2 79 80 PORK Mess 12 05 12 60 LARD Steam 7 021y0 7 05 New York FLOURWin strts 4 GO 0 4 65 WHEAT No 2 red Q 1 074 CORN No 2 mixed t0 C3Vj OATS No 2 mixed 36 Vj J 37 RYE Western 82YJ PORK Mess 13 50 014 25 LARD Steam 7 25 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 090r1 CORNNo mixed C1 i Gl CATTLE Steers 4 00 Fp 4 BO SHEEP No 1 3 00 4 3 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red Q 9- 0COHNNo2 mixed 4J 5- 8OATSNo2 mixed 4it 35 IORK Mess 11 00 NARD Steam 4p C 50 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red Q0 90 CORNNo 2 mixed t0 55- 3tiO3No 2 mixed tj 31 thebestCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky S R BAKER Dentist I Orricc Over frlntlnf Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted ultbout pain Fomncfome Indlgostlon CuredjThere is no case of pepsi a or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to tho digestive and strength DyspepsiaCureoff 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 Ull other 6YStcm not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition Tho constantly increasing use of Kodol- DYllrepsta Cure by physicians of bos general practice of itself tells how this most wonderful mod ern discovery has proved to be the greatest digestant for the alleviation of suffering humanity Its many cures largerday ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclaw Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connectionCHARLES JACOBS Prop oppoeeCourt Richmond Ky I urns Htadttonc Statuary CranlU cud Marble Work of all kind done in a workmanlike manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch AUwork guar a teed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky ttHDrol Male end ollln6treta- A Smooth Article When you find it necessary to use salve use DelVitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for sores Burns Bole Eczema Blind Bleed ing Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop Is the most complete and up date in this 01 State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Beroa and vicinity exple18iIIcharges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky REFKBENGC t Thank of Md Vernon Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OP ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Largest CqUoge Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate Stele Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and tot lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free Reed Orgnn Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small Incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction end must also for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks mayb drought within 2050 Winter term of 11weeks S2700Slrlng torBei of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation Jists Methodists Presbyterians and good people ofall denoiniiJatron you INFORMATIOM AND FRIENDLY ADVICK ADDRESS TOB BtCRBTART SWILL c GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kyij 1 Madison County Roller Mills lNi oIoIol Md4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON IB another Excellent FLu 1ltItIll111oItJol Potts Thlla Sutloo Ky J Kodol MONUMENTS u DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The S 100 bottle cortatng 2K ttmulteIrt1 ate which ally for 50 canU- ntlMltD ONLY AT THE IA TORY O- rE C DeWITT do COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 5546 a n- tArrivvellichmond4IC a m Arrive larisG28 a m Arrive Cinoipnal750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p mIArrive Richmond 200 p Arrive Paris830p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Trains Dally pArrive m m Going South Train I Dally Leavo Bores 1217 am Arrive Knoxville 700 am ScarpButtetand KnoxTlIU lu both direction Trains num bens 1 and 4 Irr Pullman vrtlbule Sleeping car and poarbca between Clnciuoatl and Knox ville in toll dlreenon W H BOWER Ticket Agent I iI r DR V H HOBSON j Dentist oJ to OL rOlcoClceRichmond Ky Throo Good and Just Reasons There are three reasons mothers prefer Oue Minute Cough Cure First it is absolutely harmloss Seo ond jt tastes good children Third it cures Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough other rem dies fail Sold by Porter Drug Co MAKE MONEY If you want to make moner with until capital write for information- U 6 SECURITY CO INC 117 ThlydAVanue PITTSBURH PA I Duerson Williams better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPAYING promptly Clean jug and Pressing a p oiaU Work guaranteed W A Williams Mala Street Berea KY Billions Bill was And was much debilitated consumptionThat When helearned whatwas the matter Bill made all the doctors scatter Now ha is bis own adviser Swears by little early risers The Famous Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache ITheynevergrlpearetckenbut byPorter1 LOUISVILLE A ATLANTIC RY CO Time tabs In effect April 16 1905 EAST BOUND No1 No S No S 1111NtrbolmflValley View 1124 740 Richmond u 11 M 810 Richmond IT 1203 p in 1 90 a m- iMlnq lOS 710- BcallyTill 740st 1 J- BealtiTllle 1 JcL SW 1020 WFST ROUND No 2 No t No Vcnalllea 7Ma in 12 p n- NIcholasTllle 6SS 227 Valley View 628 LOS Richmond IT 600 183- Hlchroond ar 7S5p m 190 Irvine 6S pm 122- SBcaltjtlllo uareneattifllle Jet 550 1039 No 2 and e 1 and S make dose connectloni al Nleholaivlllc band boon Lexington and Cine natlaadat Vermlllra to and hour Btjelbytilto had LouUTllle No 6 conned at Buttyvllla J uuctlou for Jaekton for any further Informs lion addieta any local anent or II K SMITH O AltVerDUIn C F6 Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Succ eor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nd day Telephone Jlo4 Berea XI r p II 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 style comfort and wear U known everywhere throughout the world They hue to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear expect more for their money than they CM get elsewhere Sen We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j 1l Inspection inv- itedCOYLET HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I H Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 1iMrs S E Welch loft on Saturday for a visit in Virginia Rolla Hoffman writes that he is at l homo in Leipsic Ohio Mr Ellerd Brink is working at McLean Ill this summer Geo T Anderson is canvassing in Southern Ohio this summer Miss Viola Sypherd is spending her vacation at Marshall Ohio nltis8 Jessie Cowgill writes of a I delightful time at Chauaqua N Y Miss Emma Johnson is teaching school at Sand Gap Jackson county Mr Chas Davis and family of Ind iana havo moved to Berea this weekIi Miss Creasy Gadd is enjoying her visit at her homo in Chattanooga 1 Tenn r w Mr L L Davis n teacher from Indiana is visiting old friends inI IiBereathis week- i m Chas Burdetto returned from r his eastern trip Monday night and reports a fine time Curl Hunt with headquarters at i Hyden reports good progress in his Sundayschoolwork The Berea Public Schools opened r on Monday with a splendid attend ance for the first day intWord has been received from tl Orman Simpson that his mother is somewhat improved in health L Prof Marshs dog Prince enter tained the neighbors Sunday at vesper hour by chewing up a visiting dog 4 There was a very fair audience at the stereopticon and moving picturo entertainment the night of July 5 The Rev T C Stackhouso of Lex ington will preach at Iho Baptist church next Sunday morning and nightTreasurer Osborno is enjoying a much needed rest at Saybrook Ohio Ho will bo absent until the first of AugustRev C S Mason director of the religious work in the Cincinnati Y M C A will preach hero next Sunday The College is erecting a house on f its first lot on the Richmond Pike fo I accomodatiou of the Editor of Tnr CITIZEN Mr Arch M Clark one of our former students writes from Boone villo that ho expects to be in Borea this fall Mr B P Allen is working in th Berea flank during the absence o Miss Sarah Dowdeu who is on a visi- in Illinois Miss J A Robinson and mother are enjoying their vacation very much at the old homo in Meredith ti Centre N HIMrs G H Scott of Tucumcarl i 1 N Mexico who was a resident of Berea in 1800 will have a daughter in Berea this fall The mother of Miss Corwin is ill in New Brunswick N J and is not expected to live more than a few days Miss Corwin is with her Mrs Owen Cornelius arrived from Chicago on Tuesday and will visit here for a few days before continuing her journey to Montgomery Ala Prof Edwards is expected to arrive home tomorrow Ho has been at Asbury Park N J attending the National Educational Association Miss Ruth M Dodge of Tnlmadge Ohio in an interesting letter received at Secretary Gambles office lately states that she expects to return to Berea next September President and Mrs Frost and Mrs Thompson paid a visit to the County Farm at Union City on Tuesday Sundry village people imagined they had gone to attenda wedding Mr J Cleveland Cody our Now York trustee and architect of tho Presidents house and Library has just been honored by Trinity College with the degree of Doctor of Law Dr Hubbell has been attending the National Educational Association at Asbury Park N J and is now in Boston whore he will spend the summer in special study at tho Library there Mr Jas W Wheeler who was with us last year is spending time summer in Chicago He is connected with the Daily News fresh air summer outings and the Chicago Bureau of charites Mr and Mrs L C Hinman wore present at the Berea Reunion in Cleveland lost week and report a most enjoyable day They are at present visiting at Mrs Hinmans home in Saybrook Ohio Mr W L Flanory has been out at Cowbell Hollow for a month building fence Ho reports that over two miles of fence has been erected enclosing tho College forest preservo in that section in which the water reservoirs aro located Tho Editor would bo thankful for items for this column not gossip but news of general interest Much of partEpaper on made a news exchange of all hap penings of interest to tho community Encouraging reports have been received from Geo Frazer who is engaged in Sundayschool work in MisstEthel King and Laura Click are en joying their work in Bell county Mr Geo Shockley loft for Dela ware Ohio on tho early train Mon day morning Mr Shockley has suffered for several months from developedinto placeinMr Shockloyu ninny friends horn will hope that the treatment may be successful and that ho may soon return restored to health again Ho was accompanied by MM Shockloy and one of tho children THE CITIZEN has always been strongly opposed to Sabbath break ing in every form mud tho use of Sunday for railway excursions has been one of tho evils against which I it hits borno testimony at nil times Every man woman and child needs ono day for rest and worship and the railroads which invite people to travel on Sunday by reduced rates have already done a great deal to word destroying tho character and happiness of our people Wo say these things at this time because by noticejour regrets this notice und our testimony is always for religion morality nnd progress The Cleveland Reunion Old friends spent n pleasant lay at Gordon Path Forty ono present At t30 a in the first of a goodly company arrived amid from thou on there were heard many oxrcssions of delight as friends expected and unexpected poured in Many came who do not live in tho immidialo vicinity of Cleveland Most of these were on pilgrimages to different points but they turned aside so as to stay over for Monday It was with great regret learned that Miss Douglas through ill health could not be present As sumo was tho prime moverin arranging time Reunion nil felt that tho presence of her cheery coun tenance would have put tho final touch to the enjoyment of the occasion As tho noon hour approached time Boron spirit gave way to tho Berea appetite and a duplication of many an old time feast on Bust Pinnacle Robes Mountain or other favorite picnic places followed The lunch was in tho bath houso pa vilion but from that place adjournment was made to n rocky eminence overlooking time lake Seated upon boulders and tho grass with a cooling breeze from oil time lake to fan them tho company listened to n few short speeches Rev J Hammond TiC of Penfiold Ohio presided in his usual affable manner and introduced the speakers Mr TJ Osborno officin- lstylttlly the orator of the A ay did himself proud in tho fervor with which ho presented reminiscences and characteristics of lifo in our Alma Mater Rev C Rexford Reynolds Mrs Mills Clans Johnson nno James Racer followed with many n jest concerning social priviliges anti tho walking parties Letters woro read by the chairman from a number of those who were unable to be pros cut In tho way of business it was sug gested that a committee of four bo appointed by time chairman to prepare a constitution in view of n per manent organization tho same to be presented at next years Reunion This committee will nlo LavA fu chargo all arrangements us to time place and notification concerning the meeting in 1000 Deeming it best to vary tho place of gathering from year to year those present tentative ly selected Oborlin as tho place for tho next meeting and for this reason selected three persons on tho com mittee who are convenient to that city viz Mr J H Tico Chairman Miss E J Sweezy and Mr T J Pasco Tho fourth member Mr T J Osborne will look after time Boron entl of tho work A unanimous vote was then passed that an expression of our sincere regret at Miss Doug lasss absence be embodied In n telegram as follows Thirtyfive Ber cans sond greetings Greatly regret tho absence of our beloved Miss Douglas Splendid time Perfect dayIt was also ordered that tho fol resolutions bo drafted Re approIciatlonin tho years since leaving her care Rather there has been a growing feeling of love and regard for her as wo have come to realize moro fully tho solid foundation for lifo there laid Resolved that moro than wo can express do wo lovo and cherish tho quiet strong pure charactern of those who wore our ixtloved friends and teachers there- Resolved that for tho future we wish her tho best Of progress un ever widening field of usefulness and nf glorious blooming forth of her many buds of promise Tho occasion was indeed auspic ious and tho reunion something that must surely bo repeated next year L C HINMAN The College Forest Preserve offers for sale fine quality of 2 foot black oak boards for roof covering apply to S C Mason Supt of Preserve Best Chrlsman A very pretty home wedding took 11ednesdayJulyChrisman at Combs in Estill Co Time rontractingparties wero Miss Sal lio D Chrismtm ofJCombs a graduate of Boron College 05 amid Dr Win G Best of Adams Mass Herons popular dentist and a graduate Borea Preparatory Department nnd tho University of Cincinnati Dental College class of 05 Time homo was prettily decorated aid time wedding attended by only tho brides im mediate family Pres Frost per formed time ceremony after which tho happy couplo drove with Pros and Mrs Frost to Boron when a formal reception was hold at tho Presidents houso Light refreshments were served mill the Doctor and undo woro started on their cnrtwr with time bet wishes of nil Dr and Mrs Best will reside in Here tail THK CITIZEN congratulates tho townspeople in adding to their number two such x pulur young people Wo wish them liuppiiiuKS awl HIICCCSI in life Mr L C Hinman Resigns Mr L C Hinman time energetic manager of the Heron Gollngo Print ing Dojmrtinont left for Ohio last week accompanied by Mrs Hinman For tho past four years Mr Hiiimau has filled this res oiisiblo position with great credit to himself timid hUH brought tho work of the DojKirtmont to u point of excellence of which tho Institution play well feel proud M r Hiuinun lout liven offered a good position olHowhero anti after n vaca tion at Saybrook will take up his now work in August Mr nnd Mm Hinman will lx much missed in tho social and inimical cir cles of Boron with l oth of which they wore closely identified Mr unman being n member of tho Col lege band and orcheslraMni Hinman was the efficient accompanist in tho latter Their genial presence was much sought after among n large circle of friends who though regret ting exceedingly their departure will wish them every fiucess iu their nuts home Berea College Workmen For sonto years it has been the custom for all the students nnd other workmen employed by tho College during tho summer to meet some Saturday afternoon for an address by President Frost music and some times a drink of lemonade Such n meeting will bo hold at 3 p in next Saturday in time Now Chapel or Tab oruaclo nud all mon who have at any time during the past year been em cordiallyinvited Contentment IltMKY AUKM Later eMIr thal1ft hi this wotM lo lo hippy In the dtlendtion nor on luiur- if nor frlenilt nut routen ment renanlt you for doing to other M youd have them do In return end lhekln Iuea you rrlkr In turn will lw afattercil for you The IOnlionWith art nude librarlr flower thing LrtllUnt and Tho CrantIlndlsfrould he be Were hue heart hall sIihlmxK ai contented ai he The miter till plllnt up money while plolnc and dying need Blht lonely unhappy raid rlehesrelfurlareo- ffered to Kati The 1101111eftrA r reaphapphiewI or IiipoxrionYou bare robbed of their happlnc oilier He member you MIl what you tow Then come binned tale 01 contentment and dwell with ut ever Oh come tlioafoplvteParlies desiring picnic or camping privileges on College Forest lauds must secure written permission from Prof S C Mason Supt of Preserve I t The Only Requisite for A Perfect Complexion tareyour hands anda jar of Pompeiani A Soap lakrt the dirt 8 but not aflhen the abakinabtorbt the rap There It nothing la soap f that It good tor the UUUtll II it remain It q btcomnanlmpueitynhtureIsblockeJi lomptUn searcher every Impurity a ol the SbalhiblackhtaJa iii grease soaprl the dirt and t the nuuat buildt tbe JoundationwriakUa and teAIt In place oC face powder aSb Gentlemen ute II alter sbnlaIuric 00 nte CGxt Thtflae whtrt Purity is JjratntUHt a Q A A II it i1 A A itLfAAR it itA AA Q flit tiAtItISIt1itltltlS11tt1 Stia 3tttisttliltit Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take 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 tI FIRE LIFEAnd ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD nj TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK I h u ooooosooooooooooooooSoSooeoSoSooSoeooeoeoeoeoeooooooeo o o i C J Hanson Companys io I HOT WEATHER BARGAINS I 0 i IN Mull Batiste Netting Lawno Gingham and many other i Cotton Fabrics for Summero IWolleni F FULL LINE OF MILLINERY iJI 0- o 0Vedo not believe in carrying over our stock It is better business policy out even at a sacrifice This we are going to do for 30 days and j willoffer From July 10th to August JOth i- o i ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST f 0 i 0- i We also carry a full line of Underwear Hosiery Corsets Gloves Ribbonso and in fact most of the necessities for ladies use which will be offered at greatly o reduced prices More goods and better goods for a small expenditure than has o g ever been seen in Berca Call early and get first choice o 0 The Shop for Ladies tt o ooSoeoeoeoSOeOSOeoeoeoeoSoeooeoooeoeoeoloioeoeoeoeooeoooeo oeo oeoeoooe 1 yar t iI I SUMMARY OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS t Interesting Happenings That Oc curved During the Past Few Dnys ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL Gxeltlni Events In the United State and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Ruder Crimes and Casualties The body of tho fate Secretary JOhU Hay rests In his family burying Ground In a corner of Lakevlow cemeler Cleveland 0 The ceremonies l1lch were simple wero witnessed by the president and vice president of tb United States the cabinet and many other distinguished personates 1110 services throughout wero admlrabl conducted In most excellent taste and from tbo arrival of President Rose welt In tho morning until his dftpar ure In the afternoon brought the om del day to Ita end not a single tint I r ward Incident was In evidence Mrs Hay widow of the lato teen tary of state arrived at Nowbury N H In her return from Cleveland She was accompanied by her son Clarence and proceeded at onco to The Foil England paid to the memory of Secretary Hay a tribute seldom accorded to a foreigner when solemn memorial services wero held In St Paula ca tbedral London The Immense edlflc was crowded M Mumvieff will receive rpeciaj In I etructlons from the emperor and cot r suit with tho various ministers and t will leave with his suite for Wnshlnj ton probably about July 20 Six ringleaders of tho mutiny on tho tunleialp GeorglPoblcdonoitscs have Men ordered hanged without trial b I the naval officials It Is even reported and largely credited that the men have been hanged already Gen Linevltch in a telegram to tho emperor dated July 5 and confirmln the defeat of the Japanese at Sanv atae when a Japanese battalion was annihilated says that after the capture of the position and the flight ot the Japanese tho latter were reinforce and resumed the light but all their al tarks were repulsed The Russian captured a considerable quantity of supplies and hold the position until or detect to retire TTio Japanese lease Oen Llnovltoh says wero enormous Tho steamer Minnesota dressed In flags In honor of the Jspanese pose plenipotentiaries on board sailed for 81 tie Marquis Ito Premier Kstsu 1ra the other members of the cabinet Mr Grip com tho American minister and the staff of the legation accom r punted Baron IComura and his part to the Minnesota A landing of Japanese troops on the Island of Sakhalin was omclally rlt ported and startled military circles In St Petersburg though It had been re allied deco the defeat of Adm Rojesl tent y that the Japanese wero able 10 take tooMiilnn of the Island as loon na they thought fit Bonds wore furnished by three of Qkteajp racking companies and 13 o- Gee individual packers Indicted by th1 federal grand jury Militiamen policemen deputy her IQs and other officers of tho law an to bo barred forever from membershli In tho Industrial Workers of the World the new organization The Japanese government has ro yoked Its contract with tho American Tobacco Co Japan enters the field al en Independent buyer Tho tobnccc bought will bo shipped and will be manufactured In Japan The merchants of Canton are prepar Ing a petition to President Roosevelt representing tho hardships of the Chi noio exclusion treaty Placards an pojed throughout the city declaring a boycott of American goods The department of agriculture hat prepared and Is ready to begin 1200 units against the railroads of this coun try to secure tho Imposition of a pen ally of 500 In each case for every vlo Istlon of the socalled 28 hour law According to dispatches received from 1DO of the principal cities of the United States 30 people were killed and 1677 Injured by explosions of fire crackers firearms gunpowder and toy pistols on the Fourth of July Secretary Atkinson chairman of the new territorial board of Immigration at Honolulu who has just returned from Washington Is preparing plant for the encouragement of settlers to come there Atkinson wants a liberal land polfcy l An Immen amount of damage way done In Baltimore city and colinty by l rains culminating in a cloudburst In the vicinity of Tlmonlum about ten miles from Baltimore Fire In the lumber yard district ol Boston did about 200000 damage to the yards and wharflng property Henry J Handy colored murderer of his wife paid tho penallron the gallows at Salisbury Md Incorporation papers have beep ro solved by tho organizers of the illinois and Missouri Tunnel Co formed for the purpose of excavating a tunnel un dor tho Mississippi river between 8t Ix tils and East St Louts 111 for the bundling of trams Miss Magglo Thorln and Miss Elln OlMona natives of Sweden who wore guests of the wife of President Per rin of the Embrovllle Iron Co at Em brevllle T nn were drowned In tho river while bailing By an explosion In the Tldewate mlno at Vivian 20 miles west of Blue flod W Va nine miners all of whom were Italians were Injured and two of them died later In tho hospital whll three more are In a precarious condi tlou with slight chances of recovery Frod Ross of Denver who wu knocked out by Jack Donnelly of SI Louis In tho 16th round ota prize tight Is dead His neck was disk sated and a blood clot gathered on thd brain The population of Chicago Is 2272 700 according to the city directory tor 1905 which has just been completed Health Commissioner Darlington reo ported that 1091291 pounds of adulterated food was detected and condemned by his Inspectors In New York clly during tho single week beginning June 18 A tornado which struck Texas In tho upper edge of Montaguocounty CODII Ing from the northeast and swinging far to the southeast caused the toe It Is believed of over 40 lives Injurln a largo number of people and did untold damage to growing crops and cat lie President Roosevelt has offered the position of secretary of state to Ellh Root Tho otter was made while on their way back to tho train after the funeral services over the body of Sec tetary of State Hay Mr Root at firs declined and asked that ho be not pressed Kllhu Root has accepted tho portfolio of state Announcement of this ract was made at tho executive offices 1113 will tako the oath In a couple of weekII but It will noccsMrily be some little time before bo closes his business af fairs lie will not go to Waahlngloi permanently until some time In Bell tember The formal opening of the 22d International Christian Endeavor convex tlon took placo in Armory hall fait more with about 8000 delegates pros entIn the presence of tho highest dlgnl tortes of France tho diplomatic rope Kcntatlves of many foreign govern munis and civil and naval officials or the United States tho body of Adm John Paul Jones was formally delis erect to the United States government In Parts The ceremony was one com blnlng 1 Impressive dignity with brll lisnt mll1fary and naval pomp Twentysix persons are known to havo been killed and 60 Injured by the tornado which swept over a portion ot Montague county in Northern Texas The property loss will probably tots 200000 Gov hock and Attorney Genera Coleman are preparing to bring criminal proceedings against State Treas urer Thomas T Kelly of Kansas un lens he secures a new bond to repel the old ono made invalid by the fall ure of C J Devlin A orowd of 30000 persons whlc turned out to welcome Presldon Roosovolt made the closing day of tbe National Educational association con ventlon at Asbury Park N J the mos Impressive of oil the great educations meetingsAmos Holmes colored paid tht death penalty for assaulting a white woman at New Iborla La Us ron Rosen who will succeed Count Caasinl as ambassador of Russia tc tho United States and who comes tc this country In the dual rolo of diplo matic representative and ono of the Russian plenipotentiaries to tho peace conference reached Washington Tito Russian hospital ship Kostroma has arrived at Manila for tho purpose of removing tho wounded and lick among tho Russian crews who took ret URO there after the battle of the SCii of Japan Lieut Rldlgnr chief of tho chancel lory of the war office has been appointed minister of war In succession to Lieut Gen Sakaroff who recently resigned Lieut Gen Paiatzyn was appointed chief of tho general staff Thirtyfour Indictments and a report criticising tho recorders court of De trolt for lax methods In tho naturaliza lion of foreigners were presented to Judge Swan of tho United States court by the federal grand jury at De trolt Adrian H Larkin of Now York hat sued C F Leach collector of customs In the United States court In Clove land to compe him to return certain of Mrs Chaclwlcks jewels which Mr Larkin says wero obtained from hint wrongfullyHungary has thrown down the gauntlet to Austria and is desirous to tol low Norways example and tree her self from the Austrian yoke The prey ent situation unless carefully handled will lead to an acute crisis and In volve all of Europe in turmoil- A Toklo correspondent declares that ten Llnovltch has sentenced several Russian officers to death for clrculat ing seditious circulars Miss Nannle Brown an eighteen earold colored 4ojnestiewbtle search Ins for a stray cow near Hotnestake a half mile cast of Butts Mont stumbled Into a gopher hole In which tile gold fairly glittered The girl carried tho sparkling rock home and assays in Butte by a number ot reput able assayers show that the rock car los over 1000 In gold to tho ton The arbitrators to settle the dispute between tho Illinois coal operators and minors over who shall pay the shot Brers camo to an agreement The miners shall reimburse the operators one half for the expenses incurred In the shot flrffTB employment It is not unllkoly that the adminis ration of affairs connected with the construction of the Panama canal may bo transferred from the war depart neat to tho stato department Elovcn men were drowned at Little palls Dam Wla Their boat capsized and they were throws Into the wild rapldj lathe Chlvpewfc Tjver Business failures In the Unite States for the week ending July G were far below the normal for this time ot the year being only 127 against 186 last week 172 In the samo week or 1901 and 154 In 1303 As be was being taken to the police station In New York on a charge of as sault Emllo Gerdron 42 was shot and killed by Bertha Clalcat a young woman with whom he is said to have been living for six years s Ten persons were prostrated and rendered unconscious by a stroke of lightning In Prospect Park Brooklyn The tennis lawn was crowded with players when a sudden thunder stores drove all to shelter If the family of Secretary John lIay will consent Cloveand admirers ot the dead statesman pray start a fund for a memorial to him or may ever contribute the entire necessary amoun themselvesThe In the case of Mrs Estoll Smith of Manchester Va charge with beating to death her nveyearol son Ralph returned a verdict of voluntary manslaughter and fixed the penal ty at five years In the penitentiary Leverett L Hull a young and wealthy clubman popular In North Sid society circles fell dead In his apartment In the exclusive Union Club Chicago A bottle ot corrosive subll male was found beside him His phy slelsn says it was a case of apoplex or heart disease Mr Adee second assistant secre tart of slate who has just returned to the United States from France In which country he made a tour on hll bicycle assumed the duties of acting secretary of state The president has designated Lieut Gen Chaff eo to act as secretary of war In case Assistant Secretary Oliver should be absent from the city am Maj Gen Bates assistant cule of start to act in the event ot the ab scnce of both Secretary Oliver and Oeneral Chaffee The arrangement will continue until the return ot Secretary TaftVictor II Olmtitesd has been ap pointed associate statistician of the department of agriculture to succeed Edwin S Holmes who was ordered removed by Secretary Wllqon Two men have been added to the force from the office of the New York Superintendent of Insurance which Is Investigating the Mutual Life Insurance Co so that there are five men representing Mr Hendrlcks In golnjf over the accounts of that company lIezeklah Hall aged 56 years want ed In Lee county Va on a charge of murdering John Grubb was arrested at Chchalls Wash Hall admits that he killed Grubb but says he did it In aelf defense lie stated to Sheriff Ur quhart that ho had killed eight men In a fight between revenue officers and Illicit distillers In Buchanan coun ty Va three of the moonshiners were killed and three wounded Walter KIM red RO poet and author of Tenting on tho Old Camp Grounds died at his home at Reeds Ferry near Manchester N H of old age Two brothers Loe and Frank Wend both adults were drowned In the mouth of tho harbor at Kenosha WIs Fire destroyed the building of the Gulf Compress Co Meridian Miss Over 14000 bales of cotton was In storage and about 5000 bales were damaged or destroyed The loss Is about 176000 partially Insured Orvllle Glassford 21 and his brother Leed 16 were drowned In the Belle river near Memphis Mich while In swimming At Goldfield Nev two blocks of the business and residence sections havo been totally destroyed by fire entail ng a loss of 200000 Another conference of attorneys was held to discuss the situation arising from tho loss of tho state funds In the defunct First National bank at Topeka Kan It Is announced that Gov Hoch will demand the resignation of State Treasurer T T Kelly Nine people were Injured one of them fatally at Detroit when a Trum bull avenue car crashed into a wagonS load of people returning from a drlvo about Belle Isle Park As a result of the Investigation by secret service agents Into the charges made by Richard Cheatham secretary ot tho Cotton Planters association that information had been given cot too brokers In New York by some per son or persons In the bureau of eta tistics ot the department of agricul ture Secretary Wilson dismissed from the service Assistant Statistician E 3 Holmes In a battle between cowboys of a wild west show and excursionists near Burnsvllle W Va two of the former were killed and some of the latter woundedLewla W Stone wealthy real state dealer was fend dead In the Ibrary of his residence In Chicago rlth a bullet wound through his tem pIe elfInfti ted William Orr Is dead at Toronto Ho was one of the men who cut the steam M Caroline from her moorings and Kent her over Niagara Falls during the ebelllon of 18378 The Caroline was the supply ship of the Canadian rebel troops Hampton Oakeo white and James annoll a negro ferrymen at Towlers perry on Staunton river wero drown- d while rowing a party across the Iver at Danville Va Thero Is high military authority for Ming that Sweden Is taking precau lonary measures on the frontier to iftset the reported threatening attitude ofNorwayJohn colored was hanged In Baltimore for tho murder of his sweet heart Luella McCoy Will Manning while was hanged at Ireenvillc Tex for poisoning his wife DfW1b9l 31c 1901 MUTINEERS YIELD The Kninz Iotomkine Surrcn dcrcd tt Itoiinmiiinn Oflicials Russian Torpedo Boat Which Aecom panted the Rebel Warship Left the Roumanian Port For Odessa Without Surrendering Kustenjl Rouraanla July 10Tho flag of St Andrew once again flout over the battleship Knlaz Potetnklai which had proved such terrors to the Black Sea communities for a couple ot weeks The formal surrender of the mutln oeb crew occurred Saturday afternoon after a series of discussions and negotiations between the Roumanian au thorltles and leaders of the mutineers The Roumanian omcers who boarded tho battleship on her arrival here call ed upon tho crew to surrender In which case they would be treated as foreign deserters or else to leave tba port forthwith Adm Kruger Sunday aftcrnooi boarded and took possession of the Russian battleship Knlaz Potemklne ICing CharieR of Roumanla having wen Instructions to the commander of tht Roumanian squadron that the vessel be delivered to the Russian author lies without raising difficulties The torpedo boat which accompan led tho Knlaz Fotcmklnc however left for Odessa without surrendering declaring that she had not mutinied but that the Knlaz Potemklno had forced her to follow Adm Krugcr arrived with his squad ron after exchanging the customarj salute and Intimated that he had como to arrange for the transfer of tho Knl HZ Potemklne Adm Koallnakl coni mandcr of the Roumanian squadron boarded the Russian battleship Tches me and Informed Adm Kruger that King Charles had ordered him to tun the vessel over to the Russian admiral FRAUD ORDER ISSUED Mall of People United States Bank and Publisher Lewis Stopped Washington July 10 Postmaste general Cortelyou announced the lssu ance of a fraud order against the Peoples Inlted States bank of St Louis Mo Its officers and agents and E G Newls a publisher effective July 9 The action bars the company from the use of the malls alter an Investigation by the postal authorities as to the de alls of the business of the Institution The postmaster general in his an GouncPment says It is understood that the funds of the bank which have rot been borrowed by Mr Lewis and her enterprises amounting to about twothirds of the total amount remit led are deposited In banks and will be ivalablft toward relmburament of the jtoekholdera who number upwards ot 5000 It is the Intention of the om ers of the post office department to sooparate with the secretary of state if Missouri In every proper way foe t1I Interests of the Investors and de posit or BLOWN TO PIECES Eight Men Killed and Two Injured In a Premature Explosion Harrisburg Pa July 10Elght men were blown to pieces and two others were injured by the premature explo sian of a big blast of rock powder on he Pennsylvania railroad Improvement near New Cumberland The ac dent occurred directly across the jiiDquohantia river from the scene of the Pennsylvania railroad wreck on lay 11 la which 23 persons were kill- lod and many others injured All the Icllms of tho last disaster were employ os of P S Kerbaugh and Co In orporated contractors who are build ng the double tracks for the Pennsylvania Railroad Co to connnect with tho Enola yards The bodies of the ucn were terribly mangled and partIc- les of flesh and bone were scattered tor a distance of 200 yards from tho scene of tho explosion Not a trace of two colored men who were killed can be found and It Is sup osed their bodies were blows into the river which Is being1 dragged Sailed For the Orient San Francisco July 10The steamer Manchuria having aboard Secretary ot War Taft Miss Alice Roosevelt and a largo party of United States sena ors and congressmen sailed for the hlllpplne esCount Casslnl Leaves Washington July 10Count Cassl nl Russias first ambassador to the UnIted States after seven years lIen fce here left for New York where he alls tor Europe and will later go to- his new post at Madrid The ubway New York July 10Tho first subway train to reach the South ferry terminal arrived there at midnight ThIS departure of this train opened the new crmlnal and other subway stations below Wall street to regular trams Honored John Hays Memory New York July 10Jews of the oast lido thronged the synagoguo of lho RoumanianAmerican congregation In RIvtngton street to honor the memory of tho lato John Hay secretary of state Congressman Goldfoglo deliv erotl a eulogy Will Wed a Baronets Venice July 10The engagement Is announced of Paul Nash Amcrlciu consul here and tho Baroness Ina laynerl of Piedmont The baroness who moves In lht highest society II- at orcsent residing In Venice 1r STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I THE POWERS CASE A Decision Taking It From the State To a Federal Court Maysvllle Ky July SJudgeCocb ran of the United States district court has taken Jurisdiction In the Cato Powers case This means that the fa mous case will be tried In the federal courtFrankfort Ky July 8There will be a conflict of authority between th federal and state courts In the case or Caleb Powers for the Goebel murder Circuit Judge Stout will call the cast for trial in the circuit court at George towh Monday tor the fourth trial not withstanding the decision of Judg Cochran of the federal court Judge Stout is at Versailles holding court but it can be reliably stated that he will call the case and expects the prisoner to be present Louisville Ky July SGov Bock ham when asked for an expression as to Judge Cochrans decision replied I have not read the decision fully and am not prepared to say anything At any event It Is a question of jurlsdlc tlon between the stale and federa courts which will bo decided by the supreme court of the United States Georgetown ICy July SCaleb Powers In jail here when Informed of Judge Cochrana decision appeared serene and jubilant- DEATH OF CAPT CLAYTON He Was at the Head of the Original Kentucky Lottery Covington Ky July 30John Clay ton 76 a pioneer of this city with a unique bublness history died at hilt home 71 East Tenth street after several weeks Illness Capt Clayton was tho recognized head of the original Kentucky Lottery Co which operated under the laws passed by thee leg islature to provide school funds for certain counties In tha state of which Kenton county was not one For years the lottery flourished and the omce lit the northeast corner of Fourth and Scott streets was the Mecca of the lottery men of Cincinnati Covlngton and nil the Ohio valley until the fed oral authorities In 1889 stepped in and declared the game illegal A HORSES NEIGH Caused a Little Child To Drop Dead From Fright Ellzabethtown Ky July 7YlrgU Carrott aged three years was fright ened to death while playing In front ot his parents home near this city A passing horse gavo a shrill neigh ai few feet from the child and the lattei was seen to fall When picked up thei little thing was found to have expired almost Instantly The strange man ner of the childs death has produced a decided sensation here Stolen Goodi Recovered Mt Sterling Ky July 7Thlevell stole a bag containing diamond rings studs and other jewelry belonging tc Mrs Nannie J McCorm from a dresser in her room Becoming frightened from fear of being caught or accident ally they dropped the bag in thou flight Tobacco Warehouse Destroyed Mt Olivet Ky July SThe largo tobacco warehouse belonging to Willis Wlggln of near Sardls was burned being set on fire by sparks from a passing traction engine About 15001 pounds of tobacco and many farming implements were consumed Ended His Life Covington Ky July 7Honry Tap horn 68 a rolling mill omploye who had been told that he was liable to die of heart trouble at any moment ended worry over his ill health by hanging himself to a little tree In the rear of his house on Edward street Wrote His Name In Blood Owensboro ICy July l0Wheu the cell which was occupied by Robert 3 MathleV the dual murderer up to the Urns of his execution Friday was in specled by the jail authorities It will round that he had written his name In letters of blood on the walls of the cell Five Injured In a Wreck Lexington Ky July 10A passen ser train on the L A N railroad from Louisville ran into an open switch in tho local yards and live people were Injured It is believed by officials of the road that the switch was thrown by sonic one to wrcktho train Shot While Resisting Arrest Russollvllle ICy July 7Frank Young was shot In the leg by Police nan Taylor Walker while resisting arrest It Is claimed by the officer that foung was drinking and that he assaulted a white lad cutting an ugly ash In his cheek GetsHer Share Louisville ICy July 10Joorty years filer Samuel Martin was supposed to have died fighting for his country his first and only rcal wife has secured udgmcnt for her onethird Interest in his estate which Is valued at about 11000 Killed In Feud Battle Making Ky July 10ln a Scott ounty feud battle Walter Nickels 40 of Ft Blackton shot and instantly kill cd Robert Green 37 the first killing In 15 years although the feud has never been drop cth HIGH BRED STALLINOS Five Have Been Purchased For the Japanese Government Lexington Ky July 10D Hleaava and T Ilayasht representatives of the Japanese government have closed the purchase of five highly bred stallions to be sent to the royal stud Three are thoroughbreds and the others reg- Istered trotters The consideration In each case Is private The thorough breds bought at J B Hagglns Elmen dorff are Renald Six by Salvator dam Scotch Fir Teddy Mac 5 by Candle mas dam Tongese W G Roeber 4 by Orslnt dam Emigre Bought of W L Spears the trotters are Sanchez 7 by Worthier dam Maximo Plutocrat 3 by Jar McGregor dam Millionaire MURDER MATLEY HANGED He Made a Futile Effort to Take His Own Life Owensboro Ky July 8Arter a futile attempt at suicide Robert Mathley was banged at sunrise In the jail yard for the murder of Emma Watkins and James Gregson The crime was com mitted June 26 1904 Jealously was the cause Mathley on the scaffold declared that a woman swore his life away During the night Mathley toro the veins in his arm and nearly bled to death before his attempt to commit suicide was discovered He was 40 years of age and a contractor NEGRO LYNCHED He Was Being Taken From Taylor vllle To Shelbyvllle Shelbyvllle Ky July SLon Beard a negro who had been arrested on tho charge of assaulting Mrs Chester Crawford of Normandy was lynched at that place He was being takes from Taylorsvlllo to Shelbyvllle for safekeeping but when the train arriv ed at Normandy a mob of about 25 men entered the day coach and riddled Beard with bullets as he sat In hie seat A PISTOL DUEL Green Murrell Killed and Harve Rice Seriously Wounded London Ky July 10A telephone message tells of the killing of Green Murrell a desperate rowdy by Harvo Rice at the latters store on Indian creek In Owaloy county A pistol duet occurred In which each fired several shots Murrell fired first wounding Rice seriously the ball taking effect over the right eye Rice then shot Murrell dead Rice Is very prominent being the republican nominee for abet iff of Owsley county With a Bullet In His Led Louisville Ky July 10PapD- unn 70 night watchman for the Lou- Isville Elevator Co was found uncon scious with a bullet wound In his leg He had accidentally shot himself at 7 oclock the night before Instead of summoning aid or going home he made his rounds the remainder of the night without missing a single hour on the watchmans clock record Killed His BrotherlnLaw Lancaster Ky July 7 James Baughman a colored farmer ot Point Leavell this county was shot here by Shelby Rothwell a brother ot Baugh mans wife Baughman was drinking and struck his wife severely when iothwell firedIInsurance Rates Frankfort Ky July 7Gov Heels ham has received many reports from over Kentucky that fire Insurance companies are discriminating against the peoplo of this state and charging them excessively high rates on their policies as compared with the charges made fa other states Killed In An Explosion Mt Sterling Ky July 7ln Madison county the boiler of the Richmond pop factory blew up Frank Dudley who was standing by was Instantly tilled hlabody being horribly man lIed Emil Loriscb owner narrowly escaped serious injury Commutation of Sentence Asked Hopklnsvllto Ky July 7A petl ton requesting Gov Beckham to cores mute George Hollands sentence ot teeth to life Imprisonment was sent to Frankfort It wasslgaed by nearly all of the court officials and a number ot citizens In a Serious Condition Newport Ky July iOMrS Edward Derry who with her sisterinlaw Mrs Col R W Nelson were the victims of a collision between theIr carriage and an electric car at Fifth and Rave treets Is In a serious condition at r home as a result of the accident Shot His BrotherlnLaw Loitchfleld Ky July 10Robert- DD a saloonkeeper at Hudsonvllle hot and mortally wounded his brother nlaw Leo H Hudson It Is said that Day called him to his door and fired upon him with a gun loaded with buckshot Two Good Wells Struck Sorgent Ky July toThe new Do sin 011 and Gas Co a Cincinnati corporation struck three good ttws In the Beaver oil field Hall well Kt 41 came in with a G0 barrel flow trail yell No 43 was a close second 1q- T4aH 4III 1 II+1 H N I ItIfl1H Ia i I Eastern Kentucky News Ho comipondtnc piblitked oaten tlfttt it full b1111 writer The name li not tor publication bit M an evidence of good faith Write plainly ItI1ihllt l l I 1hl I I t f Iff t f I I I I 1 III I I I I I I I 1111 I I CLAY COUNTYIBURNING SPRINGS I The repairs on the old College Building are well advanced and school was opened on Monday July- l jlO with Mi and Mrs Amon Brock teachersII MADISON COUNTY COLLEGE HILL July 11Corn is looking fine Meat hogs are scarcer than they have been for CU180nts are being cut and are very fineSchool begins at r Norris Chapel Monday Mrs Buster Yates of Richmond being tho teacherMrs Anna L Morgan has returned to Dayton OMm Anna Grinstead contemplates moving to Borea to educate her children H A Lame begins school at Brassfield July 10 BARE KNOB July 10J W Lake has returned home from RichmondAllen Wil liams of Wallacetou and Willie Jackson of Berea attended tho picnic at Sulphur Springs on the Fourth Tho school at Bare Knob began this week Bobbie tho in font son of C J Lake is very sick at this writing Miss Lake attended 4 the Institute at Mt Vernon last week Misses Ella and Jimtnio Lake will their schools in Kockcastle tbegin Monday They have good l schoolsM V Swinford of Dis r putanta visited J W Lake recently Mrs IJ L Richardson attended an i icocroam supper at Glades Saturday Tho Misses Carter visited their sister Mrs Hawkins on tho Fourth Mrs Geo Jones and Miss Jessie Arnold of Villa Grove Illaro visiting Mrs J M Baker- WALLACETON July 9Mrs Jennie Baker Elliot wife of Hoary Elliot died July1st after an illness of about four months She was a daughter of Mr C H Baker of this place She leaves a husband and four little children be- sidesI a host of friends to mourn her deathMrs Sue Wallace and 1 daughter Margaret returned to Bcrea Sunday after a two weeks i visit with friends and relatives at this place Misses Sue and Ruby Smith of Berea wore the guests of Mrs W M Stoe Saturday and Sun dayMrs Fannie Brockmau and Ifchildren visited Mrs Amanda f Baker at Hill Saturday and Sun IidayMrs Bessie Henry is still on listMr Calrime has J i moved into tho now storoMrs Susie Halcomb is able to be out again =Tho rains have almost laid j I the corn by in this locality fi July 10Mrs E B Wallace and daughter Margaret have just left after an extended visit among friends a and relatives of Wallaceton They report an enjoyable visit in every respect having visited fourteen different homes and daily manifesting their appreciation of good things by doing ample justice to suchsupplies as are produced from the farmers 3garden orchard chickenpark etc mother and daughter declare f that their avoirdupois has rapidly in 11creased and health improved No more to improve appetite is I needed says Margaret The Wai lacetou friends decided that their visitors made only one mistake and that was they returned home too soon A hearty invitation was ex tended to Mrs Wallace and Margaret to repeat their visit each vacation f and just as often as possible and tot i stay as long as possible JACKSON COUNTY EVERGREEN neighborhoodOur along wellMr James Lansaford has been out buying sheep and hogs Mr M M Sparks is busy in his grass harvest this weekMr F Brockman was the guest of Miss Rena Wilt on SundayMr Liberty Carpenter has given up farming and sold his muleMr Will Williams is building a fine houseMr J M Jones killed a groundhog this week that weighed 17 pounds DRIP ROCK July 10Owen Kelley of Ohio visited his brother Turner of this place last weekMr Sparkman has arrived und will begin school Mon dayMiss May Sparkmau will teach South Fork SchoolCorn hoeings and socials seem to Ira a fad which has affected everybody in tho country Miss Paltie Mooros who has been clerking for Mr Kolloy of this place has returned to her homo at Station CampG M Parsons recently purchased a cow from John TynerfMay Parsons of Asbury is staying f with her sister Sallio Fowler of this p pluceLevi Richardson has gone to j stay with his wife who is sick at her w fathers Mr Lewis Marcum Oats aro almost a failure here but corn Is looking well Old corn is sixtyconts per busholJames Bogloy and Wil lie Walker will leave in a few days for Hamilton OhioNear Foxtown this County Cleveland Adkins and brother cut and severely wounded Milford Rose SAND GAP July 10Wo are having plenty of rain in this locality and crops are looking very promising The school at this place begins this week with Miss Emma Johnson of Johnson Countyas teacher Miss Maggie Wilson of Egypt passed through hero yesterday on her way to Oivsley Forkwhere she will teach school this yearJ R and J G Durham will begin school today at Indian Creek and Wind CavoTho Teachers Institute was held hero last week and was conducted by Mr Lewis Davis of Indiana Rev Rip Van Winkle was at the Institute Celling papers and magazines Miss Anna Powell returned homo yester day from Egypt where she has heon visiting friends and relatives She was accompanied by C A Robinson Charles Kerby of Kurby Knot visited at J R Durhams yesterday Your correspondent visited friends at Kerby Kjiob lust Saturday mid Sunday week Maggio Durham is on the sick list Master Jesse Dur ham went to McKee for two days last week ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD July 10Allman Todd of Crab Orchard Ky visited 1 M Todd Saturday and Sunday Matt Northern has returned homo from Indiana Corn crops are looking fine and prices aro expected to bo the lowest over made in Scaffold CanoW S Shearer was at Rook ford a few days ago on business P S Calliham is very lame at this writing from being kicked bya horse Quito a large crowd attended church at Fair View Sunday Mr Hignight passed through mere i few days ago with a nice lot o- fbogsMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited Mr and Mrs J W Lambert of Boono SundayC H Todd of Drab Orchard has gone into tho mercantile business Ho says he is going to sell for RhMr T M Ogg and family of Bores visited T M Todd SundayC I Ogg and W H Furr were hero a few days ago on business Mr and Mrs W C Ogg of Disputantn visited rein lives at i Wallaceton Sunday Mr and Mrs J J Martin visited Mr Hamilton and family Sunday BOONE July 10We have been having lots of rain lately and tho weeds aro getting oheadWe had a good meeting at Fairview church Sunday JII Lambert has returned from Spring Place Ga where ho spent two weeks and reports having had a nice timeMr Harry Woodall and Family of Nicholusville are visiting Mr and Mrs J J Wren of this placeRevJ W Lambert has been having considerable of work done on house during the last three weeks Mrs Agnice Dobbs who has been very sick is some letlorJ B hogsITrod and wife of Ford visited relatives at this place last weekRev- J W Lambert and Han J II went to Mt Vernon Monday on business Mrs Etta Lambert and baby visited Mrs Daisy Lambert Monday nightRev L R R Rowlelto and daughter Bertha and Mr and Mrs W H Stephens and baby Ethel visited Rev and Mrs J W Lambert Sunday Born to Mr anti Mrs Adkins Knuckels a fine girtThe school at Boones Gap commenced Monday and Mrs Laura Jones is the teacher Mrs Mary Lambert of Conway visited Mrs Agnice Dobbs Saturday night TEACHERS INSTITUTES Prof J W Dinsmoro willconduct tho following Institutes July 10 Whitesburg Lotcher county July 24 Hazard Leslie and Perry county Joint institute August 7 Olive Hill Carter county August 14 Catlettsburg Boyd county August 21 Greenup Greouup county Parties desiring picnic or ramping privileges on College Forest lands must secure written permission from Prof S 0 Mason Supt of Preserve Hair to Ciena Carpet of Kerosene Kerosene when spilled on a carpet can bo readily removed by putting on Indian meal then brushing out when It baa lain a few hour It may need moro than one application If muchhas been spilled but It will all como out by repeating application I Kentucky PickUps ENDED IN A KILLING A Feud of Long Standing Over a Bust ness Transaction Covington Ky July 12A feud ot long standing resulting from a differ enco over a business transaction be tween William Smith a grocer at Heb ron In Boone county 13 miles down tho Ohio river and George Klchoy a farmer of near Hebron resulted In tho killing of Smith and tho mortal wounding of John Warner C7 father Inlaw of Smith Rl hey It Is said was passing Smiths store when ho and Smith renewed their old quarrel It Is alleged that Smith struck Klclioj over the head with a club Klchoy It Is declared pulled a large pruning knife and the two men engaged In mor tat combat In the pike until Illcho plunged tho knlfo Into Smiths abdomen Seeing his soninlaw wounded John Warner ran from Smiths store armed with a shotgun Richey It Is declared turned on him and plunged tho knlfo into his broasL- TURFMAN MADDEN He Flies Counter Suit For Divorce In Lexington Lexington Ky July 12Jol11 E Madden the prominent turfman who Is defendant In a suit for divorce brought by his wife Annlo L Madden tiled suit hero asking for divorce ana custody of the children Ho charges abandonment and also that his wife has heed associating with Albert Simons formerly his foreman and with Louis V Dell son of tho late millionaire Isaac Dell Madden also charges that she Is nol a proper person to have tho care of his two boys that her father Joseph 11 Mogruo Is without property and unable to care for her or her children MOONSHINE CHIEF KILLED Two Others Are Wounded In Half Heur Fight With Officers Mayking Ky July 32A desperate battle between moonshiners and fed oral ofllcera was fought In the Elk horn district Albritton Potter depu ty United States marshal led the officers on the raid which had been pan ned for months On a lonely mountain path the moonshiners under the Uad crshlp of Calvin Centers opened flu on the officers For halt an hour time battle waged Centers was killed Henry Adams was fatally wounded and will not survive the day A man named Tucker received a dangerous wound A Suit For Millions Ixmlsvlllo Ky July 12Tbo back tax suit against the Southern Pacific Railroad Co which Involves J13000 000 a year for five years and which If It results In a victory for tho company will treble the total assessed value of taxable personalty will appar ontly go to trial shortly Still Nothing Done Lexington Ky July 12A meeting of tho general ways and means com mlttee of the Burley Tobacco Growers Co was held hero to adopt a plan to control the tobacco output this year but when tile committee adjourned nothing definite had been agreed upon Insurance Report Frankfort Ky July 12 Cotnmls sloncr of Insurance Prewltt has com pleted his annual report on bUsiness dono In this state other than fire and marine Tho report shows 3ftlegalto servo life companies engaged In bush ness In this state Much Loss To Farmers Mt Sterling Ky July 12 Heavy rains In tho past few days have caused much loss to the farmers ot Hath Montgomery and Bourbon counties The rain In many places was accom panted by ball and ruin was left In Its path Succumbed To Old Age Harrodsburg Ky July 12Mrs Sal lie Rlker Vanarsdall perhaps the old est woman In tho county died at her home near tho city of causes Incident to old age She was a member of ono of tho most prominent families In the county Blood Poison Caused Death Newport Ky July 12James Cald well a confederate veteran of the civil war died at his home Tenth and Brighton streets A few weeks ago he scratched his hand on a rusty nail In a screen door resulting In blood poi coning Marvin Hart at Home Louisville Ky July 12Marvin Hart Is resting up a few days on his farm 14 miles from Louisville lie en tertained a number of friends to an oldfashioned Kentucky barbecue Hart Is keeping In good shapo Ran Into a Section Gang Inez Ky July 12A Norfolk ds Western train Jumped the track at tbu mouth of Bull creek seven miles west of here and plunged Into a section gang killing ono outright and serious ly Injuring three others Took Poison In Park Newport Ky July 12John Cun nlngham 25 residing on Central ave flue took a dose of nitrate of silver with suicidal Intent In the city park lie was taken to the hospital and will recover An Independent Brewery Louisville Ky July 12Two hundred saloonkeepers here have organ- Ized an Independent brewery with 1300000 capital No Legislative Investigation Albany N Y July 12Gov Hlg gins says that ho Is of tho opinion that conditions did not warrant calling upon the legislature to Investigate limo affairs of tho Equitable Life Assurance society Ho has full confidence In the ability of Superintendent Hendricks Drank Carbolic Acid Charleston S C July 12A special from Darlington says that R Keith Dargan former president of tho lade pendent Cotton Oil Co and tho Darlington Trust Co committed suicide by drinking four ounces of carbolic acid OrE S Fowler Springfield 111 July 12DrEdwln Stanton Fowler 77 for 40 years a well known physician In this city died In 1SCC he was democratic candidate for congress In this district against United States Senator Shelby M Cullom Several Arrests Were Made Tints Caucasia July 12 Several persons have been arrested In whoso lodgings largo quantities of bombs worn found Bombs have also been found In the quarters of an employe at tho arsenal hero- Trousers Makers Strike New York July 12Tho Trousers Makers union has struck for an advance In wages a tenhour working day and recognition of tho union Tno are 8000 trousers makers out In 250 shops Try forMlth 223 South Peoria St CUICAUO ILl Oct 111903 Eight months I win to ill was compelled to lie or ttt down nearly all the time Mr stomach wu so weak and upset that I could keep nothlna on and I vomited frequently I could not urinate great pain and I coughed somuch that throat and raw and sore aredoctors pronounced It disease others said it WM consumption It mattered little to mo they called it and I bad no de to lira Aiiitervititcd ma from St Louis and naked ma if I had ever tried Wino of Cardul I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it tared life I believe many women couldsue much suffer log If they but knew of iU value Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wino of Cardui and wake one iuprem effort to be well You do not neo to be a weak helpless sufferer You cut have a womans health and dos womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardul from your druggist today WIN iCIRDUI 00iDDLELAND E TUPPER 0oEditor1t Manager I I Carriage Satisfaction Here I Buggies Phaetons Runabouts gurries TrapsDurable GracefulUseful Comfortable Stylish bodyfinishtfivoNo 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