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ItF11t11I Ihl1tihtB- ERER PUBLISHING COL E TOPPER Manager Rntered al flu POIloIkf of IItrM Aw et ieon sinus IICImtIl- tr11H HI+tI i 1II1 I toH 111h I VOL VII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 1905 One dollo1cor NO IDEAS Tlio HolfButiHliwl urn Holdom of any HurviceWhottlng tliu practices dulls thu principles Iiiforinnlioii IH 110 Hiihfltituto for iiiHlralion Hu known little who comprcliondfl nil liu knows Losing tho loiniwr la n aura way finding trouble You can no moro inenRiiru a aim by Its size than u tree by Its aced It innkcfl nil the dilTorcnco whether lift is n factory or a school to you Wlivn the people go to fileopUi the preaclior who nmls to lx awakonod- Mnu was not born to do grout things HO much BH to lx great by doing thligH Henry F Copo in Chicago l ilinij IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Rooming opidmnio of graft in govornindiit and fitmncinl circles in no nwsoii for ixwiitiilRtlc concluHions us to till ntato of morals In our p country Thu discovery of BO much dmhonoflty botokons a healthy con dition of ho public conscience Not air our cilizuuH luivo IKHIII blinded by Iho lust for Hiiddon wlnlthJt till Hiiijin time it is no wonder that there uhoiild tat snail oihibltioim of the graft spirit whun tho colon nl for tiintM ofso IIIIUlqJ oily multi millionaire up out of tho Homo thing onlyon a larger Hallo In Mr Charles J DoIIIlIrto of Baltimore Mil tho now Secretary of tho Navy tho cabinet will train a combativo porHouallty alinacioim foe corruption and a launch friend of civil mirvlcu based on merit Ills recent action In return lug all wwutt pliovvw that ho taw not moan to lx under obligation those who might profit byofllei fnoud ski our great nnf communder will cnuso KOIMI to recall tho remark rondo by tho mother of Robert Hurim at the I dedication of tho monument mined 4 in Isis honor alter his death Ah r t tohhl Roblii yo asked thorn for lruad nud they gavo yo n tttano hut iKUer lute than never ThoJ All1fWimnlf rcthlhw1ItmfmnltrmJ M roach tho jioiiit of suunitivunoss where it will recognizo obligation to the living as well as to tho chant Mitchell the Ixxxlllng Senator front Washington says All men mnko miHtakon Truo but a peni iI tentiary exx rlttncu for him and Homo others like him will mako thono mifltakea less frequent occurrenco in the fuliiro I Tin tenniHtont strike hus been oitlennl off in Chicago It was a ctmfwwed failuro and now at least i every thinker recognizes that it was wrung from the lx ginning Thu toamstorH wont fur for a grievance and lout tliouHiinds of dollurs for tluiniHlvif and their employers for no adequate CJIIIHO Tho strike and the Ixiycott are revolutionary measures and like revolution should IHJ in voked only us last resorts Tho the Depart amt Agriculture scandal has boon taken front Sec Wilson and tho grant jury hits boon called in WaNhinglon to consider evidence in reganl to them It looks as though Lien n quite far reaching icuuspintey to utilize oilicial inform private gain District Attorney Iknich expresses confidence that indictments will1e found against jwrsons guilty betraying i tho governments crop llgures FROM THE WIDE WORLD Significant is tho fact that Lord tape in I UUI British Army in hill especially t ill its relations to civil government China wants in on the jwaco sego tiatioiiH Slip sajfl must bo cotaiillpd in ugy consideration of the ttispollulof Manchuria This1 80iiids reasonable but if site cannot i protect her own it ntukiw little dilf ermice what slip says China needs n JIg stick if SIP wants to bo liuard She linn one in her dealings F with limo United States slew butter try for one with tho rest the world Irof Quisenpu Levi of Milan will soon visit rarls to demonstrate before the Aeademy of Medicine I his pots cure for tuberculosis by means of iodine injections tho exact composition which is n secret Ho claims that 40 to 50 injections will bring about a complete cure Tho Japanese are moving on Vlad ivostok trout tho south and reports come that they have also lauded troops abovo the city In tho mean time certain actions an the part of the czar rouse a suspicion that he is not tiincuro in his expressed desire for immediate peace at any possible prico I r nC THE crIzE3k III restsuu militaryF IRECOCNITJON I Will Undo Becognle I pc Well s Now What W RerITHE BENNINGTON An Examination Revealed No Leaks Through the Bull Plating ot tho Hull WILL BE TAKEN TO MARE ISLAND Several Badly Injured Sailors Are Lingering lt tvpcn Life and Death With Hat Little Hope San Diego Council Pasted a Report In Commemoration of the Burial of tho Dead of the titFated Gunboat BiTifngfoV lute 20 A brief re tart of a preliminary examination by Naval Constructor Brans of the In auto of the gunboat Ueuulngton whose boilers exploded last Friday was re cutvad at tho navy department from Capt Drake Tho constructor ouml no leaks through the hull plating arid all the looks through the sea valvc and tho broken pipes have been stop pet It Is proposed to make an oxarnlnn Lion of the outsldq hull secure boilers tq replace those damaged by the ex toslou and to tow the gunboat ta Mnro fslqnd with an escort Tho steam lug of the Donntngton for the sooond quarter covering the petted between March 30 and Juno WAS rrculvcd at time navy 30I Tuesday This dues not Include trip from Honolulu to San Diego will show tho report of tho Inspection for that quarter Time department con chided not to make public these rue ords until after tho investigating board is convened by Hr Adm uoodrich at San Diego The Wounded San Diego Cal July 2GThero is little hope that tho burial chapter of the Uonnlngton Incident Is finally closed for halt a dozen badly injured sailors lingering between life and death and for sumo of them there IP little chance for recovery Tha six men who battling bravely coo Ute ort receiving every comfqrt and as sistance that skill and sympathy pun give A well equipped temporary has pital has been arranged at the armory barracks in the city and to this all the injured who could be safely mov ed were taken from the hospitals Tho removal of the Uennlngton position alongside a pier will acllj tate examination of her Interior Tho supply ship trim front Sun PrnnoUca impm arrived She bas on board diver pad diving outfits and tho work alonp tho bottom of the gunboat wilt be he pun immediately As soon aa tho trim t pnmo alongside tho condemning Loam began on the stores token qut of the good aft store room the useful stuft lielng put on the supply shin- To Lighter the Vessel AH Of the equipment Including the pinmunUian and butteries with the ex coptlqn of the main guns and mount will be transferred in order to lighter the Uennlngton sufficiently to permit tho making of repairs that will allow tho vessel to bo towed to Mare Island Tho city council of San Diego has adopted a report In commemoration of tho burial of tho sailor dead of tho Uennlngton on Iolnt Lenin last Sun day and ordered that a copy bo sent to tho nearest relative of each lad who lost his life in tho disaster The me morial says No one could wish for earthly couch more beautiful and restful after thu agony and strife of lire Is over thai was prepared in tho Ideal spat fqf those brave boys who wore there Iqa reverently qnd lovingly to rest cam fillies in Jlfo and death oa that Sunday afternoon RECOGNITION OF NORWAY The Question Is Now BeforePreendent of the United States Washington July GTho question of the recognition of Norway as en In dependent state is now before Presi dent Iloosevelt having been referred to him by Assistant Secretary of State Adee On numerous occasions it has happened that a revolutionary party asked to bo recognized as an lade pendent nation but Norway has not seceded from Sweden through a rev olution but merely has taken back tho sovereignty which once had been given to the king of Swedon Many private Norwegian citizens have ask ed the United States to recognize tho now state and CX Haugc who until tho secession was first secretary of tho legation of Sweden and Norway has presented a more or loss formal re wqlcbMwtlorbaLnowmsI the requests however have been re forrod to the president 1 ANOTHER OIL FIRE Two Tanks of the Texas Oil Co Struck ByIrightning t Poaumont Tex July lTho lois puaered by the Texas Co at Humble noM hy the burning of approximate ijf WoOO barrels of oil was further augmented at Sour Lake where light nUij struck a tank containing I3000 barrels belonging to the same company and another tank containing 100 000 barrels all of which will be a total toss Danger of spreading Is ot vlated by the Isolation of tho two tanks struck The loss is 50000 Houston Tex July 2GThe fire In tho Texas Cos tank at the Humble oil field Is practically extinguished There Is still a bit of In the bottom of the 11th tank but this It is though will bo burned out soon The charred lemalns ot eight persons ht vo beer found and the search stilt continues ALLEGED TRESPASS Delmar Jockey Qlub FUn Suit Against 4oy FPIK and Qthera fit J flnl8 July Zftfbe Dolmnr tacKey club filed suit In tho St Louis circuit court for J2GOOO damages RStvlnut lav Joseph P Folk the mem hers of tho St Louis board of po lice commissioners and Chief of Po lice Klely alleging trespass The suit Is based on the raid of the city police force at Delmar race track Tho track Is located In SI Louis county and the plantlffs deny the authority Qf the city police In tho county Jurla diction TEMPERANCE WOMEN gtgM Smmhad a Saloon With Hatoh etc at Industry Kan Clay Center Kan July 28Fllhtprominent temperance women smash H saloon at Industry owned by John Peterson With hatchets they broke open a barrel of whisky and several cases of beer Six men woro in the saloon drinking The women knocked the glasses front their hands and thor oughly wrecked the place Peterson has left for his homo in Junction City Three Children Burned To Death Denver Col July GWhlle Sal batluo dl Domenco and his wife were working In their market garden in Iotreat Park Adams county Col theiif lOItoold was terribly Injured In a fire Imports and Exports Washington July 2QThe state meat of Imports and exports of the United States for the month of Juno last aa complied by tho department of commerce and labor shows the im ports to be valued at 90440803 aub tho exports at 1121153540 I THEYELLOWFEVERBeti Were About 150 Cases in i New Orleans j TWENTY OF THEM WERE FATAL f Since Then There Were 6 1 Cases and Deaths in All 151 Cases and 82 Deaths Dr George B Young United States jWMi rlne Hospital Service Was signed Take Charge of th- or Inspection of Trains New Orleans July 2GIn response to request of the state board of health the city board of health compiled the figures of suspicious and actual cases of yellow fever and deaths and tho figures as issued by the state board show Uctweon July 13 and July 21 there wore about 100 cases suspicious and positive and 20 deaths Since then tlter have been 54 cases and 12 deaths up to tho 24th making all told 154 case and 32 deaths Tuesday there were wo deaths making 34 to date There are about 50 cases under treat merit tleorge D Young United States marine hospital service has been assigned to take charge of the Inspection of trains to cooperate with the states and ocalltlcs which have Instituted quarantines and he will make his headquarters in Jackson Miss Phyglclans are reporting promptly all cages of fever and Immediate steps token to prevent mosquito Infec Lion BO that the prospects of restrict ing the infection are considered bright Tho emergency hospital on Dumalno street was equipped and placed j In charge of Dr Hnmlloi P Jones who had chargo of the Isolation hospital In 1897 He haa M his oasis ant Dr L J Faget a noted yellow fe ver authority Cleaning Up the City cltrbpardIt will have immediate charge of the work of ferreting out tho new foci of sanliWfJndvelop It will also have general su pervision over the campaign of educa tion and the craning up of tho city screening of cisterns houses etc Surgeon White and Surgeon Quito roB of the marine hospital service have completed plans for tho es tablishment of the detention camps along tho different railroad trunk lines and havo selected tho physicians In charge who bare already selected their staffs Tho equipment is on the way In view of tho complications over outside and Insldo quarantines the state board will quarantine tho state against the city of New Orleans and such territory in the immediate rich Ity of Now Orleans which dealrea to maintain open communication with tho city This wyi result In relieving the quarantines which Mississippi hss placed against tbe whole state and which DII Tabor of Texas threatened Farewell Audience glnaia Roumanla July 20 Minister Jacksoo was received in farewell an dlenco by King Charles and will pro ceed to Athens where he is also accredited as minister and thenco to America on leave of absence oHHIIII t+ Sixteen Pages 1 II I I 11 I I 1 I I I I I I I I+H 27 of of to of of of of of of are arc ton oil ed lli As To Dr are all d soee iI I ffi rlrP I U iI I M f JtePlydP tIe Ve1July 27 1905 OJ AN OLD SHOT BA- GIi t neither fireproof nor buglar proof Our vault and our absolute burglarproof timelock safe are at YOUR service free SmallIaccounts are as welcome as larger ones tStart a rainyday fund andt 1 1aaveYours trulyIl o Cashiert IA LIYure Invited To pay our store a lengthy call that you may inspect the I largest newest best bought stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky COME INLOOKEXAMINECOMPARE and PRICE Our goods lire all for sale we advertise and encourage homo buying and wo dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS Wo kayo SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Honest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality will nilJtestify in our behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES They Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 money by trading I I okotot o I I k 0 0 I o rio i io Iam on Clothing r and Shoes and have decided the- o way to sell them fast is to sell g cheaper than anyone else offer you a bargain we will not ask o you to buy o C o oStoigoieoltot 4 IOLIVEREverybodysaves a- tWELCH3S wooorororororokokokokokorororokorokokorororororororakororo okororokokoroo SPECIAL SALEo IAT THE NEW CASH STORE Berea Ky From July 20 0To August 10 overstocked dontArespectfully 0C Rhodus Prop 0- oltoitoStoiloiloieoSeoioieoltoieoieoleo IH1IIiI1lli Departments Eight fireproof s t J c to Bargains in Suitso i 1600 Suits for 1100 tC1200 Suits for 900 o 1000 Suits for 750 0Y 75O Suits for 5OO oC o Bargains in Shoes 400 Shoes for325r I 35O Shoes for 290 0 300 Shoes for 240 25O Shoes for 215 0 200 Shoes for 165r0s 0- olAOko11o1oieo7eoltoitoleo7hoitoitoieoaoloAto oleogo byTSY ROSS A quiet house a quirt street A needle and a thread A Kclesore and a square of blue Some strips of white und red And slender hands that deftly stitched The shlnli f slurs across Twas thus the dig of Liberty Was made by Betsy Iloss Though Father Time has worn to rags The ermine robes of kings And left the guns of war to rust Among forgotten things Though crowns and scepters at his touch Have turned to dust and dross Yet not a broken stitch has marred The work of lets Ross In stately hall and lowly home This day Its colon wave The shelter of the worlds oppressed The beacon of the brave Let glory on the natlous shield Among the stars embers The thread the needle and the name And fame of Betsy Ross Minna Irving In Leslies Weekly 0000000000000o A Pleasant Evening o 3 in the Yards f o nByS E MISERS 0- goooogrQOOOOOO of a man who has bought a DIARY In a sleeping car that is to be started on Its journey at three oclock in the morning the passengers being permitted to enter at 1030 and go to bed1046Ah this Is delightful There Is nobody in the upper berth the night is just cool enough for comfort and I Ill have over four hours of good solid sleep before the car starts I I 1056 They have run a switch en- gineI f up beside this car and It Is blow j Ing off steam with a roar that would make Niagara sound like the humming of a mosquito I wonder why they dont save their coal IIllOIThey are now ringing the bell I engine It sounds as if it were about five and onehalf Inches from my ear- 1114Dili That was an awful bump I guess I was dozing I thought for a minute that we had been wrecked They must have let a freight train get loose and bang Into us Another shock like that and my heart Is likely to jump the fence 1116 Were moving I cant under stand It The agent said our car would stand In the yard till three oclock I J Oof Confound it what are they trying- I to do with us anyway We must have I j j run RgalnstTj stone wall BOI ton Isand as clever as shes pretty I I might have been with her instead of wasting time In this stuffy car for the past hour too Im a Rocky Mountain sheep If they havent run that switch engine up beside us again I wonder why they keep ringing the confounded bell They certainly cant be afraid of I running over people while the old ma chine Is standing still at this time of night et 1140No use I cant go to sleep here Theyve run the switch engine away but that fellow In the next berth is going to die in a minute or two No man can use his breathing apparatus to make such sounds as hes making and live I wonder If he has a wife t and family Itll be a sad task to break the news to them 1153 Oh heavens but this is love ly The conductor and porter are now quarreling with somebody about his ticket I was just going to sleep too I wish I had sat up and smoked 1207 At last things are quiet The porter has turned down the lights Now for a good refreshing sleep I need It I wonder If Grace Leamington is likely to get stout In her old age 1221 Uramm Heavens We must have been run into by the fast mall that time I hope nobodys killed Its that confounded switch engine It has come back and hooked onto us I won der where were going now Oh well I dont care much Danger and death no longer seem terrible to me Maybe theyre going to shove us into the roundhouse If theyd only keep the car moving I believe I could go to sleep easier than when its standing Btlll I wouldnt be surprised If Grace might get rather heavy after shes 35 or 40 Her mother must weigh at least 170 pounds 1233 Dang once more Ill bet the man whos running that switch engine never had hold of a throttle before But perhaps his brake Is broken so that the only way be can stop Is by running against something Im so glad I got here as soon as the car was opened It would have been a pity if I had missed any of the refreshing rest Im getting 1240 Im going to report this con ductor I dont believe the company pays him merely to stand in the aisles and gossip with the porter while pas sengers are trying to get the sleep theyve given up their good cash for 102 There It Is again Tho switch engines got back Oh toot dad burn you toot You cant disturb me any I more by blowing your whistle than you do by ringing your bull Tho next time I get a berth In a sleeper that doesn start till three In the morning theyll have to have a keeper on each side o1 me Ill toll them that Let her whls tie Dont mind me Ill bet a hUll dred dollars that engineer has a grudge against somebody in this car and 1 trying to give him a case of nervou prostration Grace takes after her mother Thats plain enough Still I dont know but that Id rather be mar rled to a woman who got a little too plump along late In life than to nave one who dried up to nothing but skin anti bone- s13Were off again This is the ninth time theyve run us down the track and then run us back with a nervedestroying bump at each end Oh well I guess theres no use tryIng to go to sleep now Im going to take It philosophically and save wear and tear on my temper 137For heavens sake Theyre yelling at somebody now to get up on the roof of this car and pour water Into it I wonder If they didnt have time to attend to that earlier In the eve ning when people were not trying to sleep I believe this road Is run by lunatics 160I know that man In the next berth Is now In the last throes Con found him he ought to diet Any man who can sleep through a racket like this deserves an ignominious death Still I dont suppose hes to blame after all He makes so much noise ol his own that he doesnt know anything else is going on Thats the great ad vantage of being a snorer I never thought of It before Now I know why a man who snores Is always able to sleep overtime 202 Ouch That bump nearly threw mo Into the aisle I wonder why they always run Into us from the direction toward which ones head points Ill bet there are seven distinct Imprints of my skull on the partition between this and the next berth Oh If the coupling would only break and let us run Into the river 214 They must have hauled us back near the station Twenty people outside are trying to talk at once I cant make out what theyre saying but It must be funny I can hoar our por ter who evidently Is standing at the ear steps laughing with great enthusi asmJoHello Our old friend the switch engine has returned with steam up and the safetyvalve showing what Its there for I dont suppose they can find room for It anywhere else In the yanl S41 Thank heaven Only 19 minutes to wait in this Inferno Jerusalem Theyre going to shunt us around somewhere again I wonder if It would do that poor fellow any good to pour some kind of a lubricant Into his windpipe Its too bad that Graces hair Is so dark Otherwise the down on her upper Up wouldnt show at all UThe Pullman conductor has just yelled to the porter that the train to which we are to be attached Is an hour and SO minutes late Goodby proud world godoby Im going out to throw myself in front of the switch engine If an allwise Providence felt that I had any right to IJve this could never have happened to me Chicago RecordHerald GERMANS FILLING COUNTRY Settlers Find an Ideal location in the State of Virginia for a Settlement Richmond VR Lunenburg county along the line of the Southern rail way Is filling up with Germans from the north and west The newcomer are buying farms and engaging in cattle raising poultrylng fruit growing grape culture and similar pursuits More than 40 families have moved in during the past year and they appear to be happy and contented They are all making money living economically and seem delighted with the conditions down here Three years ago a German came to Virginia from Minnesota He bought a farm In Lunenburg county and be gan to sow grass and raise cattle for market He paid 3000 for the farm and less than a month ago he was of fered 12000 for the farm declining to sell at any price He has made cattle raising pay and pay handsomely- A colony moved In lost month buy Ing a farm of several hundred acres which was divided up among the col ony each man getting about 100 acres They do not spread over an immense acreage but do attend to small fields getting the best results and with less labor than the farmers of this section They have begun to demonstrate to the farmers of the state that they know a thing or two and the example of small fields well cultivated Is being followed by many of the Virginians American forSince It seems to be determined that the expenditure of Americans who go to Europe for the summer averages 1000 for each person It follows that 200000000 of the socalled balance of traIe of 400000000 this year will be covered by these foreign voyageurs The rush to Europe this year Is break Ing all records Tho number of first and second class passengers who have already been carried across is 80000 Thirty thousand more will go in July and the total for the season is estimated at 200000 Not a Cash Basis Wife Mrs Splurgit says she li very particular always to pay her calls on timeHusbandWell shes consistent any way the Splurglls pay everything on tlmeDetrolt Free Press Many men take delight in calling at tentlon to tho good there la In tJIeqJ A COMBINATION LOCK IngeniausContrivi Made There Is fascination about a corn bination lock You Invite all to open knobsright but no one but you can open It Any boy with a little skill can make a combination lock that will defy the ef forts of the most prying says the Los Angeles Herald Then with his knowledge of tho combination he can unlock his hut or money box when all others will be locked out To make a combination lock secure several knobs say three such as are placed upon drawers With a file make a mark on one side of each and attach the knobs to the ends of a smooth piece of round rod like a piece of broomhandte Make a bole In the box cover a bit larger than the broom handle so that it will turn easily there- In Make as many holes as you have knobs Three combinations will ordinarily be sufficient protection So now we have three brass knobs with short pieces of broorabandto each tIl- ting nicely Into three holes In the box cover The distance of the boles from the edge of the cover must be the same Make three dials with what ever number of letters you desire and make a hole In each dial the silo of HOOP BOUNCE A New Outdoor Game That Calls for Much Cleverness from the Players This game Is a test of skill In hoop rolling As a rule the players soon grow to be quite expert In guiding their hoops and can perform such feats as return rolls and bouncing hoop with a great deal of cleverness Five pegs or sticks are required In this game per dimensions shown lu diagram and placed according to meas urements shown Standing at a dls tance of 15 feet from the pegs each player must endeavor to roll his hoop through either of the two openings to left or right of the tall peg If they pass through safely they will strike the string or rope and re PLAN OF TJlEOAMEI bound falling possibly over one of the three pegs The middle peg more difficult than the rest counts 20 points while the two smaller ones score ten points each It will be found possible to exercise cleverness in manipulating the hoops as a jerk or twist or firm roll will tend to give the rbound Its necessary forceFirst of all th hoop must be rolled skillfully enough to make it pass through tho two openings It a hoop falls upon a peg before It rebounds from the strjng the player loses his chances of count for that time and other players follow In quick succes sionThe string used In this game on the two black pegs should be of sufficient strength to give firm resistance to the hoops when thoy are rolled and the more strength put in the roll tho more apt the hoops are to circle the winning pegsA Doll To make a dancing doll out of your handkerchief tie a knot In each of the tour corners Tie another knot midway between the upper corners Behold a little man Twist the two lower knots tighter and hell be ready to danco for you the bolos In the cover or larger Those dials are to be tacked tightly on to the cover so tho hole In tho dial Is over the hole In the cover When the dials are attached and the short rods with knobs aro put through tho holes the marks on the knobs will point to the figures on the dials and the out ride of the lock Is done Next get three round pieces of board each with a radius a little quite little greater than the distance the holes are from the edge of the cover These are to be firmly attached to tho inside ends of the broomsticks close to the cover so that they will turn with the knob DETAILS OP COMBINATIOjLLOCK i and not slip on the broamettek This be done In several ways A Rood lean Is shown In the IlluetnittoR Before attaching the circular pieces of wood a flat side hi to be made en each ern that when the knob to turned to a certain letter or number this Nat side will correspond or be ova with tbe edge of the cover cad Ute door teal be opened Take note of whit sum bar produce tkis remit and after at lacking the circular pieces shut the door and give the knob a twtot and invite your friend to ota it It the knobs aro not very Km In the end of your broom handle to snake the lock stronger put a wooden pin or nail with the head lied off through the piece of tile broom bandy en the outside so that It prevents the broom stick from pulling through when the lock Is tried The Game of Handball Handball is the oldest gamo known Millions of boys and girls ploy It the world over yet never give a grateful thought to Its Inventor Most of thorn will be surprised to learn that so sire pIe a thing needed inventing at a1L Herodotus and Homer two famous Greek writers have preserved tho In ventors name and It is n feminine one Yes a woman made the first toy ball and her name was Anagalla She was a noble lady of Corcyra and she gave It when finished to the mlle daughter of the king of Alclnou No other toy baa furnished MO much amusement nor Is there another BO necessary In many games as Is this simple article It Is strange too that so few of these games are for girls Do not forget that the ball was in vented by a woman for girls although boys may be grateful fur all the fun they have with it Five Meals a Year Snakes though at times they gorge themselves are great fasters In the French museum an anaconda 20 feet long was a very small feeder although he gained In weight Taken there in 1883 bo had only 34 meals during the next five years consisting of a small goat or a few rabbIts The interval between these meals varied from 23 to 204 days He would not touch food unless he wu in real need of it and It was only by watching and noticing when he seemed to be uneasy that his keepers would conclude longfastous efforts were made to tempt or force him to eat without the least success Chestnuts a Profitable Crop The boys may be Interested to know that chestnuts prove a very profitable cropExperts claim that an orchard of chestnuts will bring greater returns to the owner thn an applo orchard of the same size as the nuts are retailed on the street corners at about 16 a bushel while the Italian who sells roasted chestnuts receives pay for them at the rate of at least 8 a bushel says St Nicholas The treo la one of the most rapid growers and has beep known to bear fruit at five years of ago When Animals Trat elf Which animal travels with the most and which with the least luggage asks the Philadelphia Record Tho elephant the most because he never travels without his trunk The fox and the rock the least because they have only one brush and comb between them l r c I ELECTRIC PLANT FOR PEAT Current Power Passing Through Dis- Integrates But Preserves Calorific Power An electric process for the treatment of peat has lately been adopted In Eng land The pent Is transformed Into a hard combustible which Is well adapted for use under boilers The operation Is said to last two and a half hours and tho material costs less than ordinary coal The combustible which Is thus produced has a high calorific value and gives scarcely any smoke reports the Scientific American- A plant on a large scale Is shortly to be Installed In Ireland and If successful It will bo an Important move In the direction of utilizing peat as fuel un dor the best conditions In the present process tho peat as It comes from the bop Is placed In cylinders which ro volvo at a high speed while a set of air tans Is used to drive off the water which form about 80 per cent of the totalA set of electrodes Is placed In the cylinders and connected with a dyna Rio Tho circuit Is completed through the mow of tho pent between tho elec bodes Tho resistance whloh the peat offer to the current causes a considerable heat and the latter breaks up tho peat and pulverizes It but without causing It to lose any of IU properties In order to Increase the conductivity of some kind of peat they add certain chemical products After this process the peat Is treated by a let of kneading rollers which gives It a plastic consist enoy so as to enable It to take any de sired form From here It passes to an automatic prose which forms It Into briquette It Is then ready for Use and Is taken to the storeroom It Is to be remarked that although the passage of the current through the poet gives rise to a heating effect the results obtained In this way are quite different from those whloh another method of heating would produce Uy fire heat the particles of the peat lose their different constituent matters while the electric heating causes thorn to dteBl ru thus freeing their eel lular material and distributing It throughout the entire mat of the pest Thus all rite particle become adopted for eotubuMloa To obtain a harder material the die aggremued pent b givon a later trial mint with the current The air I kept oat by a tight cover and the mite la then treated with an adhesive solution se IY to unite the particle Tbe ex periment hove been made with the procea on a Urge sale sad at n greet expeoM and It I said to have been greatly Improved In Ibe detail and eau now be applied commercially FOUND WHAT WAS BURNING The Opry Hovfe Girdle Made Seine Good aucMc But Didnt Hit It The HOMO of a lieu group of men around the stove In the box otto of the opry have went np In the air ilmilltanwHMly Whats that burning Mid Jake Bentley twisting his body half around and examining his coattails MtMt be Homebodys toots Everybody took his fuel from the stove hearth and felt of his sole relates the Boston Pout PelR Hosteller made A minute ex amination of the smooth yellow cigar he was smoking I hope nobody been puttln rubber comb teeth lu my pipe said Uncle Sam Ilankln as ho opened the little cap over the bowl knocked the con tents out on the hearth and began stir ring among the ashes its matches In Homebody pockets said Jason Snodgru And then everybody turned his match pockets In side out Well ihUfll help some said Sam Knight as he filled his pipe with turtle tobacco and lit It Its somethln sure said Abljah Novel Tie no told Bph Baker Smells like somebody set fire to a wet dog said Jake Bentley Suddenly a large cloud of smoke Bottled over the group Everybody amse and peeked out of the little window Wilson Snozer tho manager was standing In front of the store with an advance agent who was smoking a cigarette Eggs to Belt the World If all the eggs handled In St Louis last year were strung like pearls on a string writes a Missouri poultry en thusiast they would encircle tho earth seven times at the equator Conceive If you can this dignified member of the solar system sweeping through the cerulean vastness of the nebular hypothesis at a sevenleague stride and wearing a seven etraad belt woven of Missouri hen fruit plucked last year Such an excursion would cause a cataclysm that would turn cos mos back Into chaos the milky u try would curdle and clabber Saturn would draw his rings closer In a shiv ering shrug Venus would dart Into the Bun for protection and old Jupiter the planetary heavy weight would call upon tbe comets and the meteorites and tho shooting starlJ to hit anywhere above or below tho belt but for heav ens sake not to hit on the belt Portland Oregonian Oldest Friendly Society In old Montpelller there still flourish Os a mutual friendly society under tho title of St Faith which has an unbroken history dating back to 1220 Statute books dating to 1602 are still preserved and they are believed to be but repro ductions ot statutes In force a century or two earlier which wore burned dur ing the civil war of the sixteenth cen societyhasBlckifess Injury or infirmity F MANASSEHS SIN and REPENTANCE Sunday School Lesson lor July 301985 Spocullr Prepared lor This PaJIIMtILKSSON TKXTJChron MM1 tem ory verses IDis Head alllho chapter UOLDKN TIJXT JllithtsouiiHss ex ItMh a nation but iln Is a reproach to any peoplelrov H34- TIMK Manaeh became king II C 6X Amon came to tho throne U C W and reigned two year- sIIACBJudah and Babylon BCIUPTIIIK ItBKKUBNVKHManns sens mother Z Kings 211 Isu eta Mun- assehs early environment lea HIJ1I 9111 Wit Ml Head 2 Chrati St3l and compare It with Dsut ll14 lleference to Idolatry In 2 Kings Mi 1 Sam I Kick Ii Zeph 1 und 1 Jer 1 T and 19 Compare them with the picture In 2 Chron Jl 004s preinlne regarding the Temple 2 Sam T19ll 2439 1 limp 839 939 1sft IU II II Compare Manunsehs conversion with Pauls Acts 9130 ltetDComment and Suggestive Thought- V L Twelve years began to reign In Judah a young man was not of ago until he reached 18 years during the young kinga minor ity regents held the reinsluf tower Fiftyfive years 111 warn long est reign In Judah The facts of his continued life and largo measure ot prosperity worn very perplexing to the good people of his day who knew only of rewards and punishment which can be received In this life Wo can rejoice that a patient heavenly Father allowed him time that he might repent V i That which was ovll A sel phrase meaning thht this klug did nut properly support Jehovahworship It U also undoubtedly true that In per sonar and national life ho was guilty of gross wickedness Abomination A strong word but not tow strong for the debasing and licentious orgies with which heathen worship wu con i dueled Heathen cast out Tho Canaanltes whom Jehovah had driven from the land in establishing Jill OWN people there V 3 Unlit again Rebuilt High places broken down It was bate iRdeed for the young man to undo hU fathers pod work The mot popular plsesa of woroNlp were the j Urine Ml ni la every village commonly In an elevated position Idols trotM rites soon came to be practiced there Baalim The plural tor Bulb neat of various deities of the Canaanltes Grove Revlood Ver sion Aaberotli Wooden posts or Imaaee connected with the wonhlp tbe Phoenician finale Oily All ofIhoet of beavn tbe sun moon stars Tile WM ft new form of I trou worship It bad been Introduced t tint by King Akan He probably brouxbt It iron Nineveh or Babylon Vs 4 6 Hull altars In the house of the Uird Set up altars for the worship of various false gods In the courts of Jehovah temple at Jeru select V S He UHMh hintelf led his people la the rites of idolatrous wonhln Hi children It Ills sons To pane through fire In the worship of the Ammonite god Moloch children were placed la the arms of a great Image of the Rod which was heated red hot The place for Molwh worship seem to have boon In the valley of Illnnom V 7 A carven Imago The most obnoxious of all those groves was the carved Image of the goddess which Manaaioh set up In the temple court God had said to David Solo mon See 2 Sam 71013 1 King 829 Pa 13213 14 V 8 Neither of tho land It waq Gods purpose to estab lush the people of Israel permanently In the land of Canaan but Ills covenant with them was conditional So that they will take heed Israelites roust bu obodlnni to Gods commandment In order to maintain the position lie had aaslgned them V J Made err Led and encouraged thorn In tho Idolatrous practices above mentioned Worse than the heathen It was for worse for Israelites to do these things than for the heathen nations of whom they learned them tor the Israelites sinned against light and knowledge- V 10 Tho Lord spake He poke by the voice of conscience and also sent prophets to warn them and denounce their wicked ways Tho substance of those warnings Is stated In 2 Kings 211015 It le thought that most of the prophecies of Micah were messages to MannRneh They would not hearken They would not hoed the messages but slew them V 11 Tho Lord brought upon them God permitted His people to suffer thlll result tt their sin King of Assyria Probably Esarhddon See Persons Among the thorns Better In chains V 12 In aflllctlon he besought the Lord The bitterness of the fruit of sin made Manosgoh sick of ILV 13 Preyed unto Him The Apocryphal book The Prayer of Mannssoh Is a model confession ot sin expression of penitence and appreciation of the forgiving character ot God Practical Points V 2 Lot us net for tho measure 1GOd1liglon falls to penetrate wo may ox pect grossest exhibitions of cruelty PS 7420 V C God Who In love cannot ligfy with complacency upon sin which Jj destroying Ills children Rom 118 V 7 We must take heed that ao 8Is=7 FURNISHING PIAZZAS loco to Make Them n Ilrnmtrr nnil Cormlnnt Delight I Of oil parts of n hoiine tho jilnsiji lit tli0 0110 devoted Hololy to rest null rom tort and it behooves tile nilstreRs of a country lionsn to make tliu place nt t ructhoIIt wants green tor renlfnlnen air for coolnotm niul Hliado for tilt eyes frontI II tho Klnro of tlio sun Tlionifuto tho wUo housekeeper will hnvo neon to it- t that many vines aro planted early Pulling this grateful Kliiulo the ocreeiiM of split Immhoo are prowl but tho regular awning lire better for no stniHhlno can pnnetrato them they do not get out of order and thero Is always plenty of airIn case there ore no vine and nwn Ing are used tho lady of tho house will put plmita nil around In corner She Itoslon fern set in tho oxidized sil ver Jurilltil eft will Rlvo best HatlHfac tlou att there hi no color to detract from the harmony They are mado In all size and nonio of them stand na high ai ones head With a flue Boston fern drooping over the LtIIII or n pulm or In fuel anything given they are very restful nod pleading to see They are not hurt by wetting Hnmll tuMcw for work strong chnlnt that can endure an occasional rain hath with a rug on tho Shoot a footstool or BO unit i few wanlmlilo cusliloiw will uinko a delightful retreat Many pervonn have wicker elm Irs others bamboo or rustle ones but thoso In demand Just now are tho dark green old fashioned furniture with cushion of ohliiU to match or harmo nise with tho reflL Flowers should forth the only point of color In the schema beyond the gurus and soft shades of the eudhkinu- KvrrytliliiK save tho table covers and cushions Is loft on tho piazza at night and therefore It should be Indestructi ble Coin fart jurat last and always should be tho keynote of piazza fur uUhlng liner o Krrp Cool It you would bo welt In warn weath cr heed tho following rules says tho HocbcHter Herald- Moderation la eating and drinking Pure air out of the liotise mid with in It j Kwp every vital organ In constant working under- Take regular exorcise every day In all weathers Hhcp only from six to seven hours going to bed early and rising early Dally batim cold one day warm tho next lleirular work nail mental occupa Ion Cultivate placidity cheerfulness and bopefulneast nail nervous fear Strengthen the will In carrying out whatever Is useful Cheek tho craving for stimulants nail anodynes HIMT to Itnt 1rnll It Is a mistaken Idea that no fruit should btt eaten at breakfast Indeed It would bo far bettor If people would eat lens bacon at breakfast nail more fruit Tho plo Is out of tho boat fruits Hakfil or stowed apples will generally agrtrf with the most delicate dlK llou and ore nn excellent tnedlcluo In many oases of Indisposition Green or bait ripe applet stowe l and sweetened aro plonmuit to the taste cooling and naurlnhlng Itaw apples are better titan liver pills Oranges are very ocrcptftlile to most people but tho or cage julco alone fthould bo taken and the pulp 110 rejected limy to Tnkn Care or Small yrpll If raspberries aro put In the refrig orator they will almost surely bo smit ten with mold and this means ruin says flood Housekeeping Tlio saga dons housekeeper cornea to find out tint rnspherrleH lire as certainly polled by n sojourn In tho ice chest as they would bo by being dropped Into the garbage barrel Small fruit such as q raspberries strawberries currant and cherries are much better kept on a broad tray carefully spread out so that the air can circulate through them tow to Keri taster Cool Stone Jam with tight covers aro tho ofbust kind of vessel to keep purified water In for they are easily filled and handled and may bo sot In an Ice chest to cool says tho New York Telo gram Once cold tho heavy ware keeps cool for hours even when taken front tho Icebox Almost the only objection to boiled water for drinking purposes Is tho dllllenlty of keeping It cool ThU Is rather mrd to accomplish in the summer unless you put It In n porcelain lined cooler How to Mnko HUiiue of Crab Pick Into shreds the white meat from the claws of ono large hard shell crab and set in the refrigerator until ready to use Tako the holy of the crab with the whlto meat from the shell mince and add to It three tablespoon Cult of cooked rice Now add n quart bf whlto stock season with paprika JIM tho shredded claw meat heat thor oughly and servo at once How to Stood I3 rlhcntrnr Earthenware can Ueflrmly mended by means of a cement of equal parts of plaster of parts water and white lend Plaster of parts sets very quickly and tbo cement should bo made In small quantities std must bo used immediately Let dry for three days Plow to Ilemlrr Iotn nut Proof An English Ironmonger claltns that If new tinned pots and pans aro filled with water and allowed to stand In this condition for n tow days before being actually put Late use they will bo rcn dered rust proof fiTeachers 1 Club AnnKFM All tell Illll LYTfEUItIJ JI lTVIH t tIHHHHHIHWIH I IF HH+ The Work of the Leaves In tin experiment described in this column a few weeks ago it wan found that ovary loaf gives off water to tho nlr in such n quantity that taking nil tho leaves of n single tree yearItrees on nn ncro of land you will HCO that the amount of water which n small tract of timber gives off Is something very great There nro two questions of great interest mill value that should be anknd of children who have been led to think of and observe till work of the loaf thus fur One of these is Of what use is this power of giving off water to tho plant t and till other lt Of what use is this power to mon f To got nt the first one of these questions KIt the children if rainwater tastes liko spring water nnd if water tastes alikenilIIllring Thl by uxicrioncn that rain water tastes different and that soino spring water is hardseine sulphur etc Tell thotit that an tho water makes its way through the ground it picks up little parts of the soil so small that they cannot ho seen which stay with it until it in changed into vapor Their fathers put inanuro nnd fertilizer in the laud to make crops grow This Is dissolved just an sugar is dissolved when one puts tit into coffee nUll whoa llio roots suck up the water they gut the manure or fertilizer too This runs up the toots and stout mid out lido the leaves Santo of it stops and is made into wood as it goes up anti part goes to the leaves but there it can go no further for the water flies away as vapor and it cannot go along Thus many gallons of water nto tlllon up by the roots of a tree ouch day and the food that is in It strained out just as ono would strain tho stinks and dirt out of a bucket of water by pouring it through flour sack This they will set is one way in which tho loaves nro of use ton tree They will bunt sonic day that they have another way of being very useful too Now lot us sob if all this work that the leaf does is selfish Hut now whore does tho water como froth which tho trees in the woods give ofT r If you were to follow tho tap root of n large hickory or oak troo you would find that it runs down five ten oven fifteen feet amongst the clay anti rock From down there where thoro is always a plentiful supply it draws tho vender natures pump which makes its own well nnd does its own pumping In this way ono acre of beech timber will give ofT to the air 17020 gallons of water each month during the summer This tills back as rain rand gives water to time surface of the ground and allows nilof the small crops like corn whoso roots only go down n few inches into tho soil to grow and make food for us In this way impress upon the children that tho trees arc our friends more that in giving us wood to burn nail lumber to use whoa they are cut down They bring thin water from deep below the surface and in this way keep out fields from drying up during sunnier and our whole country from becoming a desert in which wo could not lieu Ask the children to find out front their parents if creeks and springs dry up worso now than when they were children You will find that they do IJy questioning lead them to see that it is because the water gout deep down iu tho ground and there is no conyo got it out Apply this also to the reclaiming of desert regions by planting trees In some parts of Nebraska nnd Kan sas the climate has been almost wholly changed in n generation by tree planting End this talk by laving tho pupils suggest ways in which they can bo friends to the trees iu return for their friendship If you want to add interest and give some arithmetic have the boys find how much water they can pump or draw front the well in a minute and then calculate how ninny boys working ten hours per day it would take to bring as much water from the ground in n months as nn acre of forest does nnd how much it would cost nt CO per cents per tIny for each boy Miss Moxie Ponder began teaching Hear Mt Vernon last week Misses Ellio Godbey and Ethel Wesley of Casey havu each continua ced work in good schools Tho writer will bo glad to help you make a selection if you mention the matter to him when you send in your next letter W IP Hoggs is teaching near his homo at Cumberland Gimp Tuna He says there urn thirty more teach ors needed in his county Ho also f teaches u Sunday School class nt his home When you heard that you wore to get 325 per pupil this year did you not say There that will enable mo to get that 500 worth of looks that I wanted r If it did not it should have Miss Mary Barker reports that her school house is being furnished and repared nicely If other teachers will take n good library homo with Marydidtoward securing needed repairs and equipment As is the teacher so is tho schoolnnd house and grounds nnd some tiny the community One of tho Club members used the following expression in n letter recently helping me I am going to do some good while I am teaching As is indicated this young man is going to teach but a short time Ho is using teaching an a stepping stone but ho realizes the sacredness those stones Rural schools do not pay enough to offer a life career now hint if every teacher who enters tho ranks will take Ihis young mans motto for his own they will Income hotter year by year until they do justify our lest young people to enter tho work for life SUMMER CARE OF BABIES How to Keep Thrill Well runt Ailevl air Thrlr MiHTcrlnim Unit tile suiforlnss of little children niul most of the deaths li Hummer could be avoided If mothers only knew how to do It but tho majority of mutli ers nro young and Inexperienced and Thus allow the conditions to exist which cut down their little hlowoii and then they cry out njnln t4ht lroIidence who hUll bereaved them In the first place the diet of little children has n great part In their health and If the mother linn smith ex perience or the Infant le delicate ft should be fed carefully under the or derv of a competent phyHlelan and above nil no sootliliiK simp or Bleeping powders should be given Strict cleaullnaw proper clothing and diet belong to till mothers province Beyond that If tho child Is oiling ac cept no neighbors remedies tint have tho fatally doctor and follow his direc tion Implicitly Anti have the doctor as soon us the child looks title with blue rings around Its eyes fur by tak ing the case at Its beginning n long Illness and possible death zany bo avoided Ono doctor said that moro dangerous summer complaints came from allow lug little ones to sit on stone doorsteps without anything under them than anything else and advised that all children be provided with pieces of carpet and made to sit upon them A chill ID taken affecting the bowels almost Invariably by sitting on the stone which always has a certain coldness The next thing Is to have a flannel shirt or wide band next the skin with a flap In front reacting well down over time thighs When during lie summer the child Is fretful and writhes about It should be undressed and If It has the One rash culled prickly Lent which Is a torture to the little ones time hotly should be sponged with tepid water In which baking soda or washing soda has been dissolved Iloth are alkalis and act alike In allaying the suffering A hand ful of washing comma to a gallon of wa ter or a tablespoonful of baking soda Is right Then tup tint rub tho body with n soft linen after which dust tho whole surface with borated talcum powder The relief Is Immediate and lasting It Is a wonder how littlo children survive tho summer errors of diet too hot and uncomfortable clothing and the heat of their carriages as they are of ten left tor hours In them and above all the deadly If slow poisons called sooth lug sirups and teething po- wdersSuffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Wealten Your Nerves Folks who citb better to bear pain than soothe Itare wrong Oldfacliloned doctors used to say It wn letter because they had nothing with which to ease pain but dangerous head paralyzing drugs DUI now that a safe remedy has been found Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills It U wrong to suffer for nothing cau be gained but weakened nerves A safe rule to remember Is When In pain take an AntiPain Pill Tide will soothe your quivering nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain by restoring the natural secretions In which they differ from opium and aim liar narcotic drugs which relieve pain by checking the action of tho glands They are sure and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Dizziness Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve Irritations like Sea sickness CarSickness Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick In results I have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick nervous headache and have received the best reoults I heartily recommend their curative proper tlesJfor they are successful HBV WATUOS D D Iowa City In Sold br druggists at ZSo Money bIf first box does not help Never ckIIn bulk FREEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Speclallt will diagnose your ten you what is wrong and how to right it- LA80BATO1U 111149 JiilIHA1r 3NA IIIHIHIfl1II+IIHHI The Farm SILAS CHBBVBR MASON Editor HII H4 1 IHIH 11 H tEt1IIIP- rotection for Fruit There is n satisfaction in raising nice fruit that can hardly ho realized in cropMuchdiscounted by tho fact that a man may not gather what ho raises with out a vigilance that often cotta more than the fruit in worth II n titan must keep a fence too high and too strongly barbed to climb too heavy to bo cut with pinchers and too letup to be dug under around laiR orchard vineyard or strawberry patch or in default of that iniiHt watch his propertywith a vigilance only less than in required of the death walch set over II condemned criminal he Is apt to feel that Ihe Commonwealth is protectinghisenough in most States for this fruit pilfering is not confined to Kentucky by nay meting but tho enforcement of any law depends upon public opinion Public opinion needs a smart awakening in the south end of Madison County just about the present ditto July 1005 It has needed it since May of this same year of grace In fact as far back as the summer of 1001 a citizen of Berea was compelled to gather peaches alx ut as large as baseballs whilo they were yet about as hard because the boys on his street would not let them ripest and in the same year and in this same highly moral village a mans muskmelons were destroyed over night what could not bo eaten or carried off lx ing cut up or trampled in tho ground People in tho hills to the south of us who have fine fruit locations in the rich coves and benches suffer in n wholesale way Wo certainly need to wake up to tho nuisance and adopt severe snyittrue it is a bad way to lot buys come up o But it is more than boys Fruit goes out that is not carried in pock eta or eaten out of hand Fruit is cooked and eaten on the table in houses where the people neither raised it nor paid for nor received it as a gift from somo kindly neigh bor Fruit is brought to town and sold by people who neither have trees of their own nor gather on shares helpdlrectlthe boys must bo a cute lot at times for the tracks under raided trees and iu depleted strawberry beds often show marks of shoes wilt smaller deeper heels and narrower soles than are usually sold to time boy trade Last fall there was a woman pretty well known tor the amount of fruit as well an poultry and other commodities she has to market who used to offer apples with the remark that they came off that old treo back of tho house but such a remarkable tree as that was It certainly must have been top grafted about twenty titan for red apples and yellow apples green streaked IIlIIlsplushcdSWlCt sour earlaud keepers were nil ascribed to this marvellous treo Now tho way to stop this pilfering is to stop it The people of our community nro not all thieves nor any high per cent of them but let it bo plain talk that n person who gets fruit from trees or vines not his own is a thief an truly as if ho got goods ofT the counter or money out of the till Even the wild berries in these times should bo nuked for Then when people are caught let prompt arrest and trial follow If parents will carefully instruct their children as to the sacredness of other peoples property even their plums and apples and if respectable people will stand together iu their determination to suppress time evil much can certainly be accomplished Hello old man Getting ready to retiro from business life fh 1- 11h no Im not What makes you say that J1 I see youve stopped advertising in the newspapers And after thinking this reply over for an hour or two the merchant wont around mud renewed his con Irucls Philadelphia Bulletin W Disease takes no summer J J vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScottsI Emulsion summer as in winter Send for tree lamplo SCOTT ft nOWNE ChemUtt 40941S York SocindStreet 001 all drugjuteNew Ak DR SWITZER CENTER ST Just around the corner L R McSwain Shoe and Harness Repairing Ladies Shoo Repairing a Specialty All work called for and louvered within city limits PHONE 56 Real Estate I have quite a number of building lots nnd some improved property in Berea for sale Also harm and tim her lands in Madison Rockcaslli nnd Estill Counties I also have two good farms with store house upou them and good stands for selling goods Any one leaking such property should call on me J P BICKNELL Berea Ky FEET ftIG BRONSON Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office FOR SALE I have for sale throe Show Cases one Cloak Rack one Display Rack one pair of Platform Scales one pair of Counter scales and Go gallon Oil Tanks P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone 40 PRODUCE CHICKENS t i f GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Boron Ky I I o a- e r i LOUIS o LESTER ii DEALER IS tI IA1 NEW HANDMADE AND SECONDHAND lI FURNITURE i t WIWilIlo e CDR MOFFETFS Cures Cholera Infaiilum POWDERSj Diarrhoea Dysentery and 4 Bowel Troubles Children Jtny Jtge Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to Cl MOFFETT M St Louis Me I Mother Hesitate no longer but save the health your child as thousands have done by giving these powdelsrTEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over comes the effects of the summers heat upon teethingchildren I 00 o+o+o +o +o+o+o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o+o+o po+o +Q+o o +oti o +o+ o I Sea Shore+ l lo+ 0 i ATLANTIC CITY I I + t I covia thloseenic i 0 0 arI r o I Thursday AUGUST 3 1905 t Through Washington Baltimore Philadelphiao o With stopover privilege returning or 1400 from Lexington + 00i Winchester Mt Sterling and Jlorehead Good returning 1until August 14 inclusive Through trains without change o- o Engage Sleeping Car space now Enquire of your agent for o full particulars or write 1 WM S Agtoo+o+o+o +o+o o+o+o two A II W FULLER Qon Pass Agt Washington D 0 0 0+0+010 +o10 +0 he of of ens D j G W DAUNEY I 0DistLoxiugtoa Ky 01- I o0Io+0 +010 +0+0 +0+ THE cxwBEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlntnnn Manager OEREA KENTUCKY Half of tho 136000 freight cars ordered for American railroads last year were of steel The prince of Monaco Is rendering to aerial navigation a service moro valuable than the Invention of flying machines He Is making a really sys tematic study of air currents Baron de Rosen proves a Sphinx when Russian politics Is discussed He doubtless recalls certain Casslnl prophecies and Is reminded of the ti tie of one of Mr Shaws recent plays Since the first visit to the Ice cap of the South pole was made some 50 years ago there has been a steady recession of the belt of some thirty miles and it Is argued that In course of time It will be possible to make approach to the pole itself and that the land in that vicinity may even become Inhabited r Among the prizes offered by the Par- Is Academy of Science to Inventors is one of 20000 founded by Pierre Our mann which is to go to the person who finds a way to communicating with tho inhabitants of another planet Another prizethe Dreant awaits any one who discovers an Infallible remedy against Asiatic cholera i The longest span of any bridge yet erected will be placed In the cantilever bridge now under construction across i the St Lawrence River at Quebec d This bridge is being constructed with I two approach spans of 210 feet each I J two shore arms 500 feet In length and n great central span of JfcOO f ft which is the longest yet built by 90 feet A very significant thing Is the lan which the children of Japan tDre obliged to learn In the publlo schools School attendance has just been made compulsory from 6 to 14 years of age The first four years they are taught the Japanese and Chinese languages and the last four years English Is added This shows with what peoples Japan expects to find the closest alliances and the greatest prosperity Because the irrigation projects of the government are not visible at our very doors do not forget that they are gradually transforming Western des erts into fertile fields They are lay ing the foundations for contentment and fortune for thrifty Americans and r for the Increase of the producing ca pacity of American farms Homes are 1 rapidly springing up where heretofore have been waste places and golden grain Is being harvested where neverI grew grain before InII as- a slip Is handed by the conductor toA I each passenger as a fare receipt This receipt shows the date amount of fare and direction of trip bears a serial number aud must be retained by the passenger until the end of his ride as proof that he has paid his fare The company has 17 different rates of fare varying from 3 cents to 30 cents Mex I lean and being divided between first and second class I Some of tho European monarcho give very large tips whenever they i travel and others on tho contrary are- quite niggardly Emperor Nicholas of Russia is the most liberal in this re- spectI During his brief visit to France I three years ago he spent 16000 on j tips to servants and almost as much on presents to officials and others King Edward of England Is not quite so generous but as ho travels a good deal both within his own realm and abroad he is obliged to lay ade each year 32000 as an allowance iur tips It is a curious fact that Mr Gully former speaker of the British house of commons at one time was very despondent as to his future and that the despondency was shared by two of his comrades in the legal profession There is a story of those three dis cussing seriously whether they had not better throw up England altogether and seek fortune in India or one of the colonies Luckily they decided to give fortune another chance with very notable results Mr Gully ended ai speaker of the house of common The chargeton per mile on the railways of the United States has dropped from 1990 cents In 1870 to 0770 cents in 1904 That is tho rate has shrunk from about 2 cents a third of a century ago to a little less than 8 mills today On the other hand the average rate per ton per mile on tho British railways IB 185 cents now Germanys Is 21 cents or higher than that of tho United States In 1870 while the rates in Italy Austria and some of tho other European countries are higher than those of Germany Frederick W Vanderbilt the least conspicuous member of the family has a strong liking for Japanese archi tecture He followed the lead of Mrs W K Vanderbilt Jr In having all his Adirondack camp rebuilt In the stylo that prevails In chrysanthemum land After Mrs Willie K had her camp on Blue lake built over by Japapese archi tects and workmen at large cost she never used It but her husbands uncle i not only lived In his Oriental camp but has Just had two more buildings of similar character put up on his pre serve COL DANIEL 8 LAMONT Secretary of War During President Cleveland Administration Died Poughkeepsle N Y July 24Cot Daniel Scott Lamont secretrry of war during the administration of President Clevelands second administra Lion died suddenly at his homo at Mlllbrock Duchess county Heart fail ure was the cause of death Col and Mrs Lamont were out driving in the afternoon and Col Lamont appeared to be enjoying the best of health Aft er dinner he complained of feeling ill and Dr Stewart of Now York who Is a guest at the house Immediately went to his aid The physician diag nosed the case as an attack of heart failure and In spite of heroic treatment Mr Lamont passed away within half an hour At his deathbed wero Mrs Lament and two daughters Frances and Bessie Several guest at the Lamont home wore also present when the end came Daniel Scott Lament was born at Cortlandvllle N Y February 9 1851 He began life In Journalism and from 1885 to 1889 was private secretary to President Cleveland by whom he was appointed secretary bf war March 6 1893 Mr Lamont was vice president of the Northern Pacific railway and a director and trustee in many railroads and financial corporations Ha leaves a widow and two daughters JONES EXPEDITION ENDED Body of the Revolutionary Hero Land ed at Annapolis Md Annapolis Md July 24The John Paul Jones expedition commanded by Rr Adm SIgsbeo completed Its mis sion with tho landing of the body of the distinguished dead Tho eight ships of the squadron four cruisers and four battleships rested all day Sunday In the anchorage off the naval academy lying In double column The day was without ceremony with the exception of tho exchange of calls be tween Adm Sands superintendent of the naval academy and Adms Slgs bee and Davis and Capt Cervals of the French cruiser Jurlen Do la Gra vlere On the half deck of the Brooklyn In a spacious compartment at the entrance to the cabin of Adm Slgsbee laid the remains of John Paul Jones They are contained In a casket of lead enclosed In another of wood of handsome design and draped with colors Constant guard was kept by an armed Jackie Adm Slgsbee regards his mission as eminently successful and satisfactory His squad ron has steamed nearly 7000 miles without delay on account of accident or mishap to machinery TO HOLD A CONFERENCE The Czar Departs To Meet Emperor William of Germany St Petersburg July 24 An official statement has been Issued to the ef feet that Emperor Nicholas sailed Sunday on tho yacht Polar Star ac companied by Grand Duke Michael Alcxandrovitcb for the archipelago to Interview Emperor William who Is cruising In the yacht Hohenzollern in tho waters of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland The first interview of the sovereigns was expected to take place Sunday evening off tho Finnish port of Borgo at the mouth of the Gulf of Finland near Helsingfors This will be followed Monday by another Interview after which Empe ror Nicholas will return to St Petersburg and Emperor William will continue his cruise THE POUR PARLERS Preparations For the Meeting of the Peace Envoys Are Progressing Portsmouth N H July 24Prepa rations for the peace conference are progressing rapidly and satisfactorily and by August 6 the date on which the plenipotentiaries are expected to reach Portsmouth from Oyster DayI on board the Mayflower and Dolphin all will be in readiness for their re ceptlon Tho Washington govern meat and the state of New Hampshire are cooperating In the effort to make tfcKsurroundlngs of tho conference as suitable as possible and are receiving generous assistance from the people of Portsmouth and the adjaoent village of KltteryNMe where the navy yards Is located and Newcastle NlI near which tho will have quarters in tho Hotel WentworthC Crew of Four Is Missing Delaware Breakwater Del July 24 Yawl yacht Narkeete owned by Dr H A Ware of Philadelphia sunk In tho main ship channel off West Bran dywino shoals Dr Ware and a friend were taken off by tho yacht Circe The crew of four men is miss IngeTo Be President of Airline Railroad Atlanta Ga July 24A persistent rumor Is afloat in railroad circles hero to the effect that John F Wallace formerly chief engineer of the Pana ma canal is to be made president otItho Seaboard Airline railroad The Boycott of American Goods Shanghai July 24In carrying out tho boycott by the Chinese of Amer- Ican goods which was arranged for at a mass meeting hero July 20 an excep tlon will be made In tho case of Amer ican dealers who have not yet received supplies of now goods Ten Saloonkeepers Arrested Kansas City Mo July 24Ten sa loon men were arrested hero charged with violating the Sunday closing law They made good their threat to attempt to Ignore Gov Folks Sunday closing order IDilt ijJntsts alb 1ii NaUiinj Snul By NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS Is it possible for the nation to lose its soul A nation has intellect affections conscience and will The intellect is nourished by the public schools the press and books The affections arc cared for by the home and all the relations of father and mother and child The moral sentiments and conscience arc kept In ethics by moral teachers But what about the soul of the nation The biologist tells us that the human body is made up of millions of cells the nation is composed of millions of individual men If the cells are interfered with through con Rested so that free movement is impossible death ensues If liberty and freedom of movement is interfered with for the individual the soul of the nation dies That rich man in Christs day gained wheat and hay and having filled his barns he stuffed his house until there was no room for himself and he had to sleep out of doors That night he took a heavy cold and died of pneumonia He gained much wheat but lost his life It seems that it is possible for the nation also to increase goods and destroy mqn Meanwhile the rearing of men is the first duty of tho state The first business of the state is the manufacture ofa good quality of manhood Our nation has made wondrous progress during the last generation What developments of fields and mines and flocks and factories I And what is the sccfct of this wonderful outburst of wealth and in dustry The answer is not far to seek nor hard to find It is the op portunity of private property The man in the field tore up the soil and covered it with harvests and cattle not dreaming that a time would come when he would discover that what he produced would be wrested away from hint by unequal rates The husbandman developed his pears his apples and his oranges in the hope of wealth The miner worked by day and night expecting to save and build his CQttage veer the mouth of the mine as did the woodsman on the edge of the forest All the paths that opened to investment were open The man put his intellect into the tool and said It is mine The vintner put his intcillcct into the vine and developed a new fruit saying The re ward will be mine But suddenly men are waking as from a dream The great trusts and corporations have cut all the roots of private enter prise One judge calls attention to the fact that for five years the miner the field hand the fanner the factorytnan have had to put their money into the savings bonk as opportunity for small investment has gone Whcu you close the path that lend to private property you have injured ambition destroyed hope and selfreliance In gaining a diseased prosperity for a few you have wrought deterioration for the many When you close the arteries through which the sap flows in the tree you pet a great bunch on the oak that is a monstrous disfigurement a kind of oak goitre that answers to time doling of the industrial ar teries in industry with similar diseases that threaten the very life of the nation Tln nroccM through which this deterioration has guile is subtle and complex lint the result Is at last apparent Is it wise to destroy children that glass may be cheep Is it good policy to injure women in sweatshops that clothing spay be inexpensive 1 Is it just to destroy the industrial rights of men in field and factory Surely a nun tats a right to earn his own livelihood I But if so that man is an cneniy of his country who tikes away the industrial liberty of lie competitors To questionWhatsoul wIlr tabltm vf aflttir11tctrriat p By MISS JULIA RECHMAN This question of Intermarriage is tto new one In the days after the return from Babylonian captivity it called forth not only discussion but ecclesiastical discipline Time book of Ruth had never been written had the opponents of intermarriage been more mod crate in their attitude to offenders Almost 3000 years have passed since then and the old vexatious problem still remains unsolved impossibleto tion It is an impersonal problem it ist personal problem As a social question the advantages of intermarriage arc apparent Social prejudices must melt and social barriers must disappear when the closer relations of peoples who for generations have misunderstood each other bring the one to view with sympathetic eyes the customs and traditions- of the other As an impersonal problem the arguments take another form With the Jew the preservation of the race and loyalty to the religion demand that Jews shall marry within the fold All churches of the western world are recruited from the ranks of proselytes except the Jewish church The Jew has no faith in the proselyte The history of thou sands of years shows that with startlingly few exceptions converts from Judaism to Christianity have taken this step impelled by material ad vantages only Converts to Judaism arc and have ever been a negligible quantity the church has never sought them If then the Jews would survive they must refrain from intermarriage The defection of a few even of a few thousands will not affect the result but should intermarriage become general the ancient race and the ancient faith must in time disappearAs personal problem I can speak clearly I disapprove all intermarriage between Jew and nonJew I would keep my race unmixed Jewish been fulfilled Until all the world shall acknowledge the fatherhoodof God and the brotherhood of man until the prophecy of Micah shall have been fulfilled Nation shall not lift up a sword against nation neither shall they learn war any more until the day comes when error shall be no more when as taught by Ilillel almost a century before the coming of Jesus we shall Do not that to another that we wouldnot have done unto us God and the world still need the Jew Truth and morality aye I God himself were given to the world by the Jew Hate theyhaverests the obligation upon the pureminded among us to remain loyal and true socially the equal of all the world but as a race and a religion a people apart r 2 c CHEAP SUMMER OUTINOS rho Electric Lines Offer Many Attrac hone in tho Way of Short Country Trips The words summer outing usually conjuro up mental pictures of ma and tho children sitting on time lid of uu overfilled trunk while pa fusses and fumes and swears at an obstinate key that wont turn in the lock and a second canvas presents the mental Image of a burly expressman groaning be neath the excess baggage and Inci dentally knocking the pictures an brloabrac off the wall and smashing the chandelier Usually tho period of preparation tor tho proposed jaunt It a hideous drudgo of overwork and as a rule the entire vacation Is needed to nullify Its evil effects In direct con trast to this form of summer outing are tho short vacations by trolley No packing no baggage smashers no boarding house prospectusJust a feW necessaries thrown Into a grip a little money In pocket and there you are Moreover Its less expensive Throb or four days or a week may be profitably and enjoyably spent In journeying by trolley from ono town to another stopping each night at a hotel and resuming the Jaunt In the morning But It Is not necessary o make a weeks tour to get pleasure out of trolleying for oneday trips are quite as delightful Especially are such outings advantageous to the city dweller who finds his business too con fining to permit his taking a vacation of even a weeks duration Leaving the hot and dusty town In the early morning he may go far afield and and much of Interest between dawn Wad dark exploring pastures new to him Nor need he struggle with a heavy clattering lunch basket that thrcateas to spill the preserves down his trouser log at each stop for some wayside hos telry may always be found at the end of tho line and he can return In time for dinner and the comforts of home at nightfall In the west and especial ly In Ohio Indiana and Michigan troy ley linen radiate from all the largo cities to towns villages and resorts In every direction hence the traveler need never be at loss for now fields to exploreMany parts of the country offer faell ities for trolley touring but none so much so as does eastern New Ungland which to fairly netted with etectilo lines The wires stretch from Motion to New York and one may HO clear lo Chicago by trolley In Ohio trolley connection between many parts of the state Is complete while Indiana and Michigan are pushing their roods in every direction at the rate of many miles a day Isnasylranta hi rapidly becoming a trolley state and almost every portion of New Jersey to access JIM by electric uses For pleasure touring foe RftiiMine thorough lAd cheap recreation the trolley to atttaln ly the thing MOSES WITHNOBULLRUSHES According1 to n Famous Artist There Are No Such Things on the Nile Bulnuhe are so Inseparably associ aced In the mind with time finding of Mote that it Is difficult to imagine n pointing of the Incident In which the picturesque reeds do nol figure ways Chambers Journal hut at the Hoyal Academy this year there Is a beautiful painting by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadoma of the find ing of Motes and time tmlrash are entirely omitted The great painter gives thu fallowing explanation of the factlie ascribes the preMnco of the word bulrushes In tho Authorized Version as being due to faulty translation for there are no such thing as bulrushes on tho Nile Tho word In tho original moans payrus and It seems that In tho absence of some equivalent in Eng lish tho word was used as being tho nearest which the translators had at their command According to Alma Tadomae road Ing the mother of Moses fashioned n cradlo or ark of papyrus and smeared It over with tho White Nile mud and It Is according to this rendering that ho has painted his picture Speed of a Prairie Chicken That a prairie chicken files with suf ficient speed to propel Itself through heavy Plato glass was proved by a re cent Incident at the little town of SVolscy Deadlo county Irof Sbopard of tho village school In the discharge of his duty rang the school bell when a couplo of pralrlo chickens that had taken refuge In the schoolhouse tower- I from a rtorm were frightened from their place of refuge They flow an straight and swift as an arrow for the plate glass front of a business house The glass was fiveeighths of an Inch In thickness but one of tho in trio chickens went straight through It as though It wore paper and dropped dead on the floor Inside the building at a distance of about 20 feet from th + window Tho pralrjo chicken went through tho plate glass with sufficient force to cut a hole six Inches In diam eter In the heavy glassMlnneapolls Tribune I Will Patience Her mqtto In life has been I will- iPatriceAnd has sho lived up to- Il She certainly has She never said no to a marriage proposal In her llfo Yonkers Statesman The Endless Grind But why do you live In thecity If you dont like it I havd to live hero to mako money enough to keep up my country place Town Topics t 0 T t71 D Jt AN EXCELLENT REASON A Boys Argument for the Closing of A Saloon Near Ills School Patrick A Collins mayor of Boston for a number of years past believes that a boys word Is worth listening to Jle cently complaint was made to him that a saloon was located too near a certain public school Tho politicians and oth ers Interested In keeping the place open urged him not to Interfere with the ro lort The school authorities desired It closed or removed After the mayor had listened to argu ments from both sides he said Well Im going to let the boys of the school tell me what they think of the place Send me he said to the principal of tho school half a dozen of your brightest boyi Ill listen to them The next day half a dozen of the bOll ranging from ten to IS years of age called on tho mayor Each boy Rare some reason why he believed the saloon ought to be taken away until It came to the last one a youngster of 12 He looked the mayor squarely In the eye and gave as his reason My school gives me a chance to be mayor of Boston some day the saloon cant I think ua boys ought to have all the show we can got to be mayor Thats all I know about It The mayor threw himself back In his chair and laughed heartily then straightening up he said to the last spokesmanMy yon have said more than did all the politicians and the teachers You shall have the show to be mayor That saloon will have to quit business at onceThe boys gave the mayor a hearty cheer and marched out of his office They had conquered and wero cease quently happy and triumphant Con gregational Work NEW ELEMENT OF DANCER The Principle of Total Abstinence Ought to Apply in the Case of the Automobile It In noj regarded as an Interference with the freedom of the Individual for railroad eotapanlM to insist that tho men In their employment shall be total abstainer This policy II becoming universal It has the approval of the public because the arguments In Ibi favor are perfectly obvious The treat placed la engineers and motorwea to of imcii a sort that It to Imperative that Ute great cause of distrust tIe mow fruitful source of Inoofflpeuncy should be removeq mayIdust as sfiet as when they are on duty Why should not time sonic principle be applied la the ones of the automobile Toe horseleM earriag capable of great speed ha Introduced a new element of danger In our olUes Fatal accidents are of dolly occurrence Recently the police of New York were looking for a red au tomobile which had killed a pedestrian bumped Into a street oar and escaped without walling to find out what damage had been done There were Indications that the accident 1C It may be called an accident may have been largely the result of calls at ptaoea of refresh ment An automoblllat of this cIty of wide experience stated recently that If tho nets were known It would be found that the vast majority of atajdents could be traced directly to drink And this was so not only when the chauffeurs took out the oars of their matters on the sly but even when tho owners wero present NYSun SUGGESTIVE STATEMENTS It Is significant of a growing public sentiment against liquor drinking that the use of Intoxicants by railway em ployes Is being more and more strictly forbidden by tho railway companies One of the new rules promulgated by the New York Interborough company absolutely excludes from employment any man who drinks Intoxicating liquorsThe Dally Mirror of London is responsible for the statement that teetotalism Is becoming a fashion in some parts of London Hotel proprietors and keepers of restaurants and public houses are all agreed on this point but do not regret the change as tho profits on aerated waters are as large as those on Intoxicants One hotel manager said perhaps Americans had set the fashion The temperance people of setts hove shown what may Mauachutorganisation and unity of the leadership of the AntiSaloon league churches young peoples societies and individuals by the thousands petitioned the state legislature against the bill al lowing saloons to be open after mid night As a result the bill was defeated by an overwhelming vote and temper ance scored another victory Hams Horn Not A Defense Judge Uonnoy of Portland Me In a case Involving a charge of assault with Intent to kill recently decided that drunkenness could not be pleaded as a I defense This Is a righteous decision If drunkenness were an excuse for that a person who want ed to kill his enemy would have to do would be to get on n drunk commit the murder and nothing would be donG about It = 11Ii J v I nunnnLUCKY FARMING No Such Thing Known Among the Successful Farmers Win by Yard Work and Foresight When a farmer through close calcula Lion and well directed effort has been able to force his land to yield a goodly I profit It may bo all very well for him to pass his success off as merely a bit of luck but the man who takes such an explanation seriously misses the meat of tho reuon and cheats him self accordingly For everything that happens there Is always a reason Pos sibly It Is sometimes obscure but It exists nono the less It Is a wise man who can shake off tho idea that luck rules the successes of another remarks the Prairie Farm cr The sooner tbbt tho go u you please farmer rids himself of the Idea the better and the sooner he will be In a position to analyze the success of his competitor and apply the others strong points In his own work If a farmer always gets a high price for his fruit when the market Is glut ted realizes a few cents on top of the average price for his butter secures the top of the day for his cattle cuts hay that goes three tons to the acre bar Tests oats that yield CO bushels or cuts corn that hovers around the 80 bushel mark It Is not because he has had a little more luck than his neigh bor but that he has husbanded his facilities of production and brought forth the best In quality and quantity For success the closest calculation and the execution of welllaid plans are necessary Fully demonstrated In the business world they have been found no less practical In the operations f the farmer In commercial life the successful buaUoss man has forgotten that there Is such a term as luck In the language INEXPENSIVE BATHROOM Farmhouse Convenience Which May De Fitted Off from the Kitchen at Small Expense A long narrow kitchen 20 by 10 feet Is divided by a partition live feet from the end The ceiling Is eight feet high The partition we decided to have six feet high this will allow the hot air from the kitchen to pass over and heat tho bathroom The door wo arranged directly In line with the Move to fur nish additional heat and also to lessen tho distance to carry the hot water for the bath which has to bo heated by AN INBXPKNBIVK 1IATIIHOOM the stove Our pump draws tho water from the cistern On one side a con venient arrangement for washing Is shown a tight box fitted to the wall with wooden brackets the seams tilled with putty and then painted with white enamel A hole Is made In the bottom or the box and a twoInch drain pipe fitted Intosame wastowaterfromthls and also front tho bath flows Into a flower bed which Is situated right at lido of kitchen Tho towel rack Is made from A curtain pole painted white to match the woodwork The walls four feet high are covered with blue and white tiled paper A rug In front of tho bath with all tho other toilet accessories completes the thoroughly practical convenient and artistic bathroom the expense for tho comfort derived amount ing to but little says the Rural Now Yorker Tho bath chosen Is one that requires little water on account of tho long narrow end Bath cost six dollars pump 92 cents plumbing C other expenses 1 total 1392 A HANDY GARDEN HOE Implement Which May He Mado at Home and Which Will Prove Most Useful In Garden Work I have a combination of a push and pull hoe which works very easily and Is not as tiresome as either a Dutch or a common hoe says J 13 Welch In Farm and Home It is a flat piece of steel three Inches wide and 1lItI Inches long sharpened on both edge A handle U fixed to It In the manner shown Tho steel blade lies flat on the ground and can either be pulled or pushed to stir tho surface or cut ort tho weeds Fruit for All It used to bo said but that was a long time ago that tho apple was tho fruit of the common people tho orange tho fruit of tho wealthy and tho grapo the fruit for tho king Now all fruits hava become wollnlgh universal The oration i now Is about as cheap as tho apple and tho grape Is cheaper than either apple I or orange If accounts are figured up at the end of the year It will probably be found that the orchard and garden are the most profitable patches on the farm 3 ROADS AND EDUCATION Consolidation of School Districts Dependent on tho Character of the Highways Ono of tho most Important problems for our rural communities baa been how best to secure tho benefits of a graded school system so as to enable the farmer to give his Children Instruction In the higher branches of learning without leaving the farm fhe writer believes that tho policy of consolidation and transportation of pupils furnishes a so lutlon of tbo problem If the policy can be perfected The next and most Impor tant question is how can this be done In what way and after what prepara ion can a perfect system bo estab lished or made possible of establish meat We are firmly of the opinion that tho flystcm of education outlined and which means so much for the coun try will never be perfected and become a fixed policy until there Is national aid In the construction of good wagon roads say along the line of bills Intro duced In the house of representative by lion W P Drownlow of Tennessee and In senate by Mr Latimer of South Carolina In hearings on the good road3 subject before the senate committee on agriculture It was shown that of all the onlyrpassable and 85 per cent bad that Is stallers of teams In wet weather and the creatoro of Insufferable dust storms In dry weather Fifteen per cent are roads the remainder mere rlgbtsof wayWhile striving after the beRt results In Its own particular field and studiously seeking Improvements under functions that belong to It alone that very Impor ant branch of the public service known as the bureau of education has In Its Investigations gathered practical facts and detailed statistics that furnish Irre futable argument In favor of national aid for good roads because no government can prosper save by the enlighten ment of Its people President Roosevelt In a speech at St Louis In 1903 declared that Uio difference between the semi barbarism of the middle ages and the civilization witch succeeded It Was tho difference between poor and good means of communication On nod loos Island In New York arbor stands Liberty En lightening the World Go ye Into all the earth and preach the Gospel to every creature means now as when first communicated to man that tho high ways and byways furnish a fruitful field for Godly work Following the con struction of good roads civilization ex panda education Increases and Christianity widens and broadens Its field of operation Hut education Is not possible and Christianity Is retarded where schoolhouses cannot be reached and where the highways aro not at all sea tone passable No fixed policy of con solldated schools will prevail until thorn Is a systematized construction of wagon roads and no fixed policy of road con struction Is possible except by federal cooperation with the states and the po lltlcal division thereof The common or wagon roads are the primary means of transportation and communication The railroads havo their uses and they are Important but people do not use them to reach church houses and school houses Christian civilisation and education call for hot tar moans of propagation Public school work goes hand In hand with the spread of religion It needs no argument to show that every church Interest and every school Interest Is closely connected with the question of public road Im provement throughout tho United States We are a Christian nation and verylifefiuenco of tho churches and the schools qhighcators of that Duo spirit of patriotism which enables good government and sus talus It wherever established If there wore no other reasons why tho govern ment should at once adopt and put into practice a goodroads policy In coopera lion with the states It should do so In support of public education and the spread of the Christian rcjlglon We repeat that tho United States bu reau of education whllo working In Its own particular field has supplied one of the most forceful arguments yet pre seated In favor of national aid to good roads and wo should much like to see every church and school journal In the land take up the question and discuss it for tho benefit of tho cause In which they lira engaged HANGING A BARN GATE Manner of Attaching to Darn Which Will Prevent It from Sagging to the Ground Some time since awrlter In an ta sue of tho Michigan Farmer gave this TUB FARM GATE HUNO plan for hanging a gate attached to a barn The cut Is sufficient In detail to show the complete method of construction and hanging Impurities in Milk Stockmen that have largo farms and are doing a largo business find it to their advantage to havo separate pastures for their breeding cows keeping not moro than 20 cows in ono pasture says Farmers Rovtow If there aro too many cows with calves In ono pasture It is difficult to give thorn tho care thoy should have 01 course It Is only with blooded stoct that ono can afford to go to tho penso of providing extra pastures with the extra fencing they entaIL lies nit Rabid Scientist Do you mean to tell mo that you dont believe one Iota ot my theory of evolutio- nDubatSclencoOh nonot exactly what I mean to say Is that alter hoarlng you talk Ive decided that Darwin Is way off The link Isnt missing at all I Detroit Frco Press Old English Inn The Seven Stars In Manchester was a licensed public house In the year or Polctlers 135C twothirds of a century before the cathedral was founded and It boasts today a staircase clot which began to tick ever so long before Doctor Johnson was bornnearlyt- wo centuries ago- Advertising by Degrees- I see the Wlnnebunk college hat conferred a degree on Senator Bangs Thats strange Whats strange Why Ive heard of Senator Bangs but Ive never heard of Wlnnebunl collegeCleveland Plain Dealer Pinon Nuts for Hogs Fattening hogs on pinon nuts is the latest moneymaking method In Colorado Half a dozen hog farms have been started In Conejea county this year with the pinon nut as the staple feed A quarter a pound for bacon Is the net reo suit Getting Nearer the Vitals According to a student of current events It Is an encouraging sign of Im proved business morality that tho words thief and stealing are being used these days in place of defaulter And misappropriating Draw Line at Bombs Baron Volkcn chief of police of War saw who was Injured by a bomb explo lion recently Is suing an Insurance com pany on an accident policy The com pany draws the line at attempts to as slnate with bombs As to Archie Isnt It a pity Archie Is so noar sighted 1- HOn the contrary Its a blessing He married a mere butterfly and he still thinks shes an angel Chicago Tribune Editors Not So Slow The prctcnt governors of Kansas Minnesota and Oklahoma aro country editors Th present state auditor of Kansas Is a country editor likewise tbe congrcsemanatlarge School for Chauffeurs A prominent Hartford Conn firm of automobile builders lIRa found It nec essary to establish a chauffeurs school In order to get competent men to drive Its various cars Library Motor Tbe Chicago public library uses a 20 horsepower gasoline wagon to deliver books from tho central department to the many branches in the city and sub urbs Womans Privilege Nordy I never fight with my wife Butts It doesnt pay eh No win or lose she always gets an Indemnity Loulsvlllo CourierJour nal When Men Dont Marry There Is a general hupres lou nowadays that times have suddenly becomE- so extravagant that young men do not venture to marry Kansas City Star Feels Trapped No matter how charming the girl Is a man always feels trapped when people start to discussing his engagement MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 22 CATTLE Common 300 tD 4 00 Heavy steers 4 65 5 00 CALVES Extra 625 C 6 60 HOGS Ch packers 5 35 fl 6 05 Mixed packers 590 to 600 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 10 LAMBS Spring 7 00 FLOUR Spring pat 6 00 t C 35 WHEAT No 2 red 88 No 3 red SO 84 y CORN No 2 mixed C9 059xNo2 whlto 60 0 COty OATSNo2 mixed 0 33Yt RYE No 2 new 65 70 HAY Cb timothy 01250 PORK Clear mess 14 35 LARD Steam 7 12Yi 7 25 BUTTER Ch dairy 14 Choice creamery 0 22 APPLES Choice 2 BO 3 00 POTATOES Per bblll 0 1 76 TOBACCO New toIi 00 013 00 Old 4 CO 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter oat 6 10 O 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 92 60 93 No 3 red 92 p105- CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 8OATSNo2 mixed C 334- RYENo 2 6- 8PORKMesa 12 90 12 95 LARD Steam 7 870 8 00 New York FLOURWin strts 4 60 4 65 WHEATNo2 red 0 99 63YaOATSNo2 82YJPORKMeBsLARDSteam 0 7 35 Baltimore WIIEATNo red 0 87V4 CORNNo2 mixed 61 0 6- 1CATTLESteers 4 00 C 4 60 SHEEPNo1 3110 0 3 60 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red C S- GCORNNo2 mixed 59Y OATSNo2 mixed 0 36 PORK Mess 11 00 LARD Steam v 0 6 50 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red C 8- 7CORNNo2 mixed C 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed 0 35 a thebeltCOLLARS TEAM HAtmESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the hone Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky Sa R BAKER Dentist OverBEREAOffice hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without yaln Bomnolonnf Indigestion Curod There is no case of Indigestion Dys pepsia or Stomach Trouble that not yield to the 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 nil other eystem not attack and gain a foothold an when in a weakened condition The constantly increasing use of Kodol Dyepepsla Curl by physicians of boa pitaland general practice of itself tells how this most wonderful mod em discovery has proved to be the greatest dlgoatant for the alleviation of suffering humanity Its many cures largerday ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop In connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop second Court Strut oppoe t Richmond Ky z Bros Htdston a Statuarf Granite and Warble Work of all kinds done In a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cortti ol Male sod Collins Simla to A Smooth Article When you find it necessary to use salvo use DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for sores Burns Bolls Eczema Blind Bleed leg Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My is the most complete and uptodate In this part 0 State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRINO Etc C do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity exptelsmcharges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky RerxBKxci i Sank of Mt Vernon u FoundedBereaPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL v Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky HO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yean Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaur degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christina education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation abets Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denomination Iron INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison County Kyi LI Madison County Roller Mills M+J4M Manufacturers Fancy Roller Roar Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Core Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flux HI lt1oJof Potts Duerson Whoa Station Ky J Kodol Ilo- naMONUMENTS DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATT- he S 1 00 bottle contalna 2M times the trial sire which Mill for SO centa- MirAXID ONLY AT TNa lAIOKATOIV O- rE C DeWITT c COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Boron846 a m ArriveWchmond415a m Arrive 1aris 528 a m Arrive Ciacinnati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Borea 132 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive PariB30p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Rerenlll p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m tarryBnacland KnnxTllle In both direction Trains num ben 1 and 4 arr Pullman Terllbulcd Sleeping car and couches between Cincinnati and Knox ville In tolh directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON j Dentist J to o01oeRichmond Ky Throo Good and Just Reasons There aro three reasons why moth firs prefer One Minute Cough Cure First it is absolutely harmless Soo ond it tastes goodchildren love it- Third it cures Coughs Croup ana Whooping Cough when other remedies fail Sold by Portor J Drug Co MAKE MONEY If want to make money quickly with tmall InformallonI INC PA i Williams W better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean lag and Pressing a specialty x Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea XT Billious Bill was agitated And was much debilitated People said he had consumption presumptionWhen Bill made all the doctors scatter Now he is his own adviser Swears by little early risersIThe Famous Littlo Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by the tonic effect OD the liver They never gripe or but Impart early rising energy Good byPorter LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RYCO Time tabU In sheet April IS 90S EASTBOUND No1 No8 Nab l pmNicholaiTlllVallerVlew 1124 TtO Richmond ar 1153 110 Richmond IT 1203 p B 8 SO a H I same 103 780- BcattjrTllle 240t looo BeatlyTllle Jct 300 1020 wiT BOuNp No2 No6 Versailles 7J1 a m S25 p ra- Nl0holl vlll 6JA 237 J Valley View US J05 Richmond IT tOO IMfRichmond ar 7M p m Irvine SSS p m 1221- Beatly I lll Nx845BeattyTllle Jot jso 10J8 No Sand 61 and 8 make close connections al NIcholsiTllle band from Lexington and lInail and at Versailles to and from Sbtlbrrlllt and Louisville No 6 connects at Junction for Jackson For any further lion address any local arent or IDtotllljII R 5i1 II 01 b Versailles Ky J C Fe Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nd day Telephone No4 Berea Ky f 225Ij 200 and 175 for Youths i JTbeJtputationof W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and weir U known t everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carrya full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection invited COYLEHAYESrBEREA KENTUCKY i IIIIIIHIIMII IIIIIIIIIH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IH I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 vI I 1 1 1 I Little Miss Christopher Gilleu and mother have returned to their home in Lexington after a two weeks visit with Mrs Nanuio G Baker Mary Dora King is visiting her cousin Mrs Nannio G Baker Miss Addle Baker is visiting friends and relations in Mt Vernon t and Lexington President Frost and family left Mondayafternoon for Mt Clemens I Michigan whore he will enter a san itarium for a time Mrs E B Wallace visited rol a atives and friends in Lancaster this week In returning she took dinner l with Mr and Mrs John Anderson J at Paint Lick I Mr Samuel McComis a graduate of tho College in the class of 05 has accepted position in the Lauder Wy Public Schools Ho left Berea on Monday to visit relations in p Mattio Laurel Co and goes to I Wyoming about Sept 1 I A sharply contested Base Ball was played on tho Athlectic Igame of the College Saturdayf the Borea nine and the Blue Grass Stars The score was five to four in favor of the homo team tho a careful analysis of the score card shows ball playing that should have gained a greater victory I Six strike outs against fifteen seem to show better pitching by Fowler of the home team than by his opponent The only hit was made by Jno Welch The high grass on the field was n great hindrance that should be removed before another game Information has come that Rev Mason Jones formerly pastor of tho Congregational churches of Combes and Groy Hawk and later ot More land died on Juno 11 of complica lions arising from the grip A Camp of tho Sons of Veterans was mustered in Friday night in Berea by Mr Steffens Mustering Officer There are 27 Charter Members and a prospect of more to follow Mr Stoffens said that it is rare that a Camp is started under such favorable auspices Tim state organization will meet hero at the same time as the G A H next year Mrs Frosts efforts in behalf of the colored pupils school of Berea are much appreciated by tho colored people as is shown by tho largo attendance at the school Tho colored young people of Borea being cutoff from tho Institution are of course deprived of tho opportunities for manual training and industries which they formerly enjoyed Mrs Frost has rented rooms in the Industrial Building from tho College for a few weeks this summer so that the older boys and girls of the coloredschool may receive instruction there for a j short time This is a commendable to make up to the colored pee Iteffort far as possible what thoy have II IHIIi HIIIIItt14l +t 1II 1 lIt lost by being excluded from the Institution by law The extra expense is being met by personal contribu tions from friends who have been interested by Mrs Frost E B Wallace is with home folks this week He will return to Locust Branch Estill Co Thursday The increase in the use cigarettes on our streets shows that there are ways of bringing the coffin nail and fool boy together unknown to the lawmakers of the Commonwealth Items of general interest real news and not merely gossip arc welcomed by the Editor for this column The interest of the Local page depends much on the interest of the public in supplying matter itMrs Welch returned home fro Virginia Sunday morning Miss Laura Bales entertained few friends last evening Ellis Hunt of Cleveland Ohio is visiting his mother Mrs Bicknell Miss Ethel Mao Richardson and Mr George G Dick wore married Wednesday night at the residence of Mr Isaac Davis by the Rev Mr Thomson The young people will keep houso in part of Dr Davis I residence An enthusiastic seronad- was tendered by the band Misses Ethel E Todd and Anna E Linsley left this morning Thurs for Chautauqua lake Thoy will be gone n mouth Subscribe for Tho Citizen and thus keep yourself informed besides aiding in the work it represents Mr and Mrs W II Porter and children left Tuesday morning for three weeks visit in South Dakota About 20 young people enjoyed marshmallow roast down on Brushy Fork Monday night Mr C C Rhodus has disposed of a half interest in the New Cash Store to Mr G M Green of Bcatlyvillo Ky It is proposed to enlarge the store and to carry a full lino of ladies and gentlemens furnishing goods Mr Green takes possession on August 16and will live in ono of tIe new houses being built by the Improvement Co on Center Street Ho will bo a decided acquisition to tho community Championship Lawn Tennis Tho first annual Estill Springs Open Lawn Tennis Tournament for championship of Kentucky will be held at the Estill Springs Courts Ir vine Kyweek of Aug 4 to 11 Tour nament will bo under the management of the Shelbyvillo Lawn Tennis Clubr of Shelbyville Ky members of the Ohio Lawn Tennis Association Any ono wishing to enter the Estill Springs Open Lawn Tennis Tournament is requested to communicate at onco with the Shelbyvillo Lawn Ten nis Club Sholbyvillo Ky I i HHHIHHlHIHfrHHHt College Items iI HERE AND THERE I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I+H+H 11I1l1ittW1 The now catalog contains n special announconient that on account of tin law Yecontly enacted by the Ken tucky Legislature no colored students can bo admitted to Boron College for the coming year Mr Kenneth 11 Bochtol writes I expert to bo with you ngalii this fall John Gcnfa expects to bo in Boron again this tall W It Stevens who wns horo in 1103 writes that ho expects to be in school again this winterIJohn Blackburn touching in Floyd County Ky G Z Faulkner who is travailing fur the Old Homo Manufacturing Co of Lexington Mfrs of Oils Syrups hlRII John E Vandorpoof writes that ho is helping in Sunday School work in his County Ho hiss organized School in his district John D Henry of Suowflako Vn writes that ho expects to bo hack at the beginning of the fall term A good letter comas from 0 C SchoolICarl Hunt have organized fifteen schools anti moro are in prospect Ben Wright of Hamilton Ohio will lo hack this year Tho following now students hove signified their intention of entering school this fall Thomas L Don no of McLauren Mich Mr Pmnk lotuiEd1+ w Ohio Miss Inez Bolle Soot I of Tucumcori New Mcx Miss Hnzel Emerson of Westfiold Mass The College and the Colored People This interruption of Borons work for tho colored people is an incalcu lablo loss to thorn end a groat grief to all tho friends of the College Tho Institution is trying to nwkaiip to them for this Ions in some dogrw in two particular ways Pint all former colored students of Boras are offered sonic assistance in attundiiiK other schools A large niimlHir wore BO assisted lest your mud attunded Fink University Knoxvillo College and othor reputable schools otiteide the State This arrangement however does not provide for extending tho bonb fits of Boroa to any now Individuals As a stop in this direction tho Trus tees authorized Prexiduiit Frost to offer a number of scholarships to young colored people who have never been to Boron and who might lw selected by him as persons who would use such educational advan tages for tho betterment of their nico Irasidlnltmyoung persons to enjoy such scholar ships for tho coming oorand tho list is not yet quite complete byReyNttAhvllle Tenn beta Mihall Oorinirtmi nmmnienitot Irol W t liar to attend wtlberforee SltlOmjof 1Owen ijmnuterrecotnmetMleil Mini Panels MJIorry IncUMHlObcrtln Collect Ohio JMM IffIIrtnlrenhp Milton WUllam fA- mCDIIeIL Trot John W Jute to nllrail Kuax aaTpQeorgetowu ehau William Uiwell Uumllrllle nwmreerHlnl CaUJIlwlUI GIX Green 1iirli nvommendvd Dr c H lArh toaltt1lt lIuIIarll t ntvetLitl WhI nil ton n U Prince OntJdanl MliJtIlonfU nroromended by Rev O W w al Knoxrllle Annli I Ilrumfleld Dan Tllle recouimendwl Krv John W IUU to attend Wllborforre or Knoxville College James Vnrul VillIatnkbiirK Ir Jamey hand to al1 litIbyaMary B Allen Danville recommended by Irof John W Bute to attend Knoxrllle wlrce byaIt will bo realized that this expense for colored students is an extra burden laid upon tho these now conditions ItshollM also be known that tho Trustees do not teal that they are doing as much as it would bo right old proper for them to do for the colored people and are busy with further plans for their benefit Throughout my career said tin retired advettisor ClI have observed that the young man who is in tho habit of getting busy only when the IItepslucky if ho can stay in his own Parties desiring sleeping car space on the CO excursion to Atlantic City on Aug 3rd should make reser vations now as slcopore are fast fill ing up Bring your Job work to this ofiico The Printing Department Borea College is well equipped and under tho management of C II Grosvenor will servo you well 11+11+1 +11 Irlwt HHHH1H I The Churches Time of Service ami other lirw Iof the Herat Clinrelie HIIIIIltIMIHlllHHHh Union Church Bllilo School nl U1 Sunday morning followed by pronchinK 11 oclock TIll regular service in tho evening at 10will lit preceded b tho mooting of tho Y P S C E at 030 The weekly pan or mooting in at 730 Thursday night lov A E THOMSON Pastor Congregational Pastor liar T A KITCUBX Sunday School OIfi a it Church Service 1st Jlrcl and 6th Sundays at I1a m 1rayor Metting 780 Wcdnowlay evening Christian Pastor Hnv OMVBH McCiLtv Sunday School Olfi a in Church Servile 11 n in Pniyor Mooting 780 Monday ovoning Baptist Sunday School at IMG Church Sorvico at 11a in Pniyor Mooting Thursday ovuning nt 780 Glado Christian Pastor Nov OLITKR McCcuT Sunday School nt 080 a in Pronohingon second and fourth Sundays at 1030 a in and ovary Sunday night at 780 Protracted Motlng Tho Union Church will bogin a series of foflNl inixtinga on Sunday night August G If the wiotthor te plunwuit it is hOllflt1 that tho moot tags may bo H tout on tho southeast corner of the college own JIIIH If the weather will not jKiriuit tlmt they will iw hold in tho Union Church house Tho pastor Rev A 12 Thomson will do tho jinwehing and Mr V C Gamble will Imvo I clmrjco of the niiiaio The meetings will not ho for tho sake of tho Union I Church alone hilt like tho spa eialt iiHWtings hold in tho lalxrnnilo in the winter will he for tho good of nil There will ho no offort name to drew people awny front other ohurolioM We do not IwHovo in that but we desire to help nUll bleats every one Therefore the pwitora mid metnbere of tho other cliurcluw are cordially invited to ooojM rnt sail help to make the mooting tho greatest jtosnible power for good and for rightooninos in and about Berea There will prolmlriy IHJ at lenat two Nilday iituotingB whoa Ienpl from the country will htl urged to bring their dhinorw and HJXMK the entire ily Let all who know how to pray Iw ssruwltly entrusting tho Lord to gmnt hi Holy Spirit Puller anuoiiiicemonta will be made later A IS TMUMON There will bo a protracted imrot lug at the Glade Church Itoginning Sunday July 80 Ifev P F King llhlrg Ky will preach Midi dayat 1080 A M and at 780 P M how to Ilemor DUh Jlnrk To remove hot Utah marks mill inn hogsny fin try cumptioratetl oil which CAn bo had rrow any draggtot says the Chicago News WrliiR out a soft flannel ctoUi In It and nib the marks cllamohllfj11itor an hour WewllHK the spots with the BurroiimllnK surface If this does not sulllce rub It down with rotten- stone and oil After It Is perfectly smooth It should be rubbed dry nnd then Homo of the plain oil ntldwl every week until a Uno dull finish Is pro cured Tills dull finish Is considered by oxjxirts far superior to the high Tar nlsbcd surface Been In furniture shops After n table line received the dull oil finish hot dishes will never mnr its surface ngnln I ct The Only Requisite for r- I 5 A Perfect Complexion tareyour hands and a jar of r PompeianI r- a Massager aSoaplakrsthe dirt obut not odn the a Mn abwtbt the soap There li nothln In snap ttthat li flOOd for the tluuei II It remains It t become an mpuilty nature II blotted t rumpI irarchc ear Impurity 011of the 0- A Idnblackbud crust IOIpall the dirt and a a the nuiuee bultJi the Joun4atlon wflnlU anj tnbbln mutt BO A Gentlewomen me II In plate ol lace powder Ii a Cintlemen ute it alter shaving a Trio 00 testa sad 5100 pf Jar is i The PORTER DRUG CO iTArtlfu ifktrt Purity is Jaraimma yis 1- 1a Y- qAAAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAO11Ai1RAilAAAAAA AAAAitIOAAAitifAil 1 u Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss tho smnll nmount it would take to pay insurance But you would miss your homo if you should lose it nnd no insul auto Cnn writo you in nny of tho good Coinpnnias FIRE LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERREDfNOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK oeo ooooo o ooeoooooooooooooooooooooo o o o oooooo e 0- i C Je Hanson Companys io e Io HOT WEATHER IN BARGAINS i 0 iMull Batiste Netting Lawno Gingham and many other i Cotton Fabrics for Summer 0 IWollonA FULL LINE OF MILLINERY i- io e i policyai 0will offer iJFrom July 10th to August 10th i- o e- I ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST i- e 0 0 I o- e We also carry a full line of Underwear Hosiery Corsets Gloves Ribbons o and in fact most of the necessities for ladies use which will be offered at greatly ireduced prices Moregoods and better goods for a small expenditure than has ever seen in Berea Call early and get first choice i- o The Shop for Ladies tt 0 e e- o 0- ooo o ooooooooooooooooooooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoooeo a- i 1 MY w vJ JdiJ vOt r IWORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM w Pithy and Pointed Paragraphs of Recent Interesting Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doing of the Government Of detail Crimes and Cciualtlt and Other Note of Gen oral Interest INoadvices cither from this country I or from abroad have reached Pros dent Roosevelt which would warrant a pcsiluilstlc view of tho result of the forthcoming peace conference On the contrary It can be said that such ad 4vlceaas the president has received In that a sincere effort on the part of tho representatives of belllg cnt nations will bo made to reconcllo tholr differences and negotiate a treaty of peace that will be pormanoot An officer who haj returned from Port Arthur reports that the extent ol damage to tho sunken Russian ships was slighter than was anticipated and nearly all the vessels can be floated Baron Komura tho Japanese peace envoy and suite have left Seattle for Now York city They travol In prlyato carl as guests of President J J Hill and will make all baste to their des tinationIt officially announced that 461 Russians on tho Leland of Sakhallon which the Japanese troop recently seized have surrendered Fifteen offi core are Included President Roosevelt and Ellhu Root who assumed formally his now duties as secretary of itato woro In confer race at Sagamoro 11111 Among tho many questions considered by them nono Is fraught with deeper signifi cance and Importance to tho United States than Is that rotating to an Iden foal note which the foreign office of China within a day or two has sent to the powers neutral in the far east emu contest between Russia and Japan The resignation of John lIyde sia tlaUcian sad elder of the bureau of statistics of Ute department of agricul tars wm banded to Secretary Wllwn sad promptly accepted Wlttett N Hays the Ml tait Meretary of agri culture has been placed In charge of the bureau temporarily and will eon tinue to act pending the InveatlsaUon of the cotton sonnda aad HsUI a com petent statistician la found The Norwegians are preparing for war An apparently well organised moment WI started by the cotton manu facturers of Great Ilritnln to encour urlt1Ilibthan the United SUISenator William R Clark la stead fly recovering from the operation It Will learned that the first drew In R of the brain wound made found the lion t ing proceed nicely hernia At Wobasha Minn six persons were burned to death In a fire which de strayed the depot hotel The Arctic steamer Roosevelt bound from Now York for northern waters via North Sydney C B called at Bar Harbor Mo and after Commander Peary had bade farewell to Morris K Josup of Now York she continued her voyage Threo of tho four furnaces of the Carnegie Steel Co at Newcastle Pa have resumed after a months Idleness At Chicago Esther Macken a young woman who acted as housekeeper for tier father who Is 70 years old threw carbolic acid In her fathers oyes to tally blinding him t A secret meeting of tho executive i committee of Tho League of Leagues was hold In St Petersburg at which arrangements wero perfected for a genera strike of tho professional classes July 22- llarold Weekos tho onetlmo famous football player of Columbia colloge f becamo a member of the Now York stock exchange Tho price paid for his seat was 80000 John F Stevens the newly appointed t chief engineer of the Panama ca nal sailed for Panama on the steam tshipMexico Chairman Shouts of the canal commission accompanied Mr Stevens Mr Stevens will assume con trol of oporatlona Immediately on ar riving at the Isthmus After being closeted together for 46 hours and taking 42 ballots In which the voto was ton for conviction and two for acquittal In tho land fraud cases tho jury in tho caso of Congressman Williamson Meson Van Qessner and Biggs reported to Judge DcHaven In tho United States court at Portland Ore that It could I not agree and was discharged f Tho Panama canal commission re ceived a cablegram from Qov Magoon reporting that Joseph A Corrigan an American employe at Panama has boon stricken with yellow fever Amanda F Stlchtonotli of Clncln nati filed in the United States circuit court in Chicago a bill asking that a receiver be appointed for the Central Stock and Groin Co of Chicago the Central Grain and Stock exchange of Hammond Ind and the Hammond Realty Co of Hammond Ind Near DCS Moines la a terrific ox plosion took placo at tho Wont Rlvor lido Coal mine Six minors wore killed Tho dead men had gone Into the powder house to secure tholr dally supply of dynamlto to bo used In tho mine when tho structure was struck txv lightning Wm Lyman 19 was almost burned to death in Jefferson park Chicago bj a party of men supposed to bo tramps that sot fire to tho grass upon which ho was asleep and also sot fire to hit clothingCapt Ira Myers of Peru lod clnI nil to St Johns Now Brunswick has tendered his resignation to take effect August 31 Ho will return to Peru There will bo a legislative luvcstlga tlon of the life Insurance business at carrlod on in Now York state both by New York state corporations and by thoso of other states doing business within that state This investigation will be made by a special joint com mlttee wltn ample powers of whlof the chairman will bo Senator Arm strong of Rochester rOIl The Chicago teamsters strike that has BO greatly disturbed business con dltlons In that city for the last 103 days was officially declared off by the members of tho Teamsters Joint Coun ell The mun have been ordered to seek their old positions antI It Is estl matod that loss than onehalf of thom will be ro employed Tho strikers have made a complete surrender and will apply for work as Individuals Extensive preparations aro beIng made for the reception of Secretary faft and party In Toklo Besides oil clal receptions Imperial and otherwise tho bankers and other Influential as soclatlons and societies aro holding meetings and appointing reception committeesThe NatIonal bank of Kansas City Mo failed to open Its doors Tho bank hold paper of C J Devlin of Topeka to the amount of upwards of 100000 and tho failure Is tho dl rect result of tho closing of the First National bank of Topeka of which Mr Devlin was the principal stock holderTwo Gorman scientists announco the discovery of a now anaesthetic having all the virtues of cocaine without tho tatters secondary III effects Tho new substance is called altyplno It dead ens pain by local application Tho controller of the treasury rendered a decision of interest to tho ru ral free delivery service Under It the postmaster general Is allowed to sot aside sufficient funds for tho painting of rural letter boxes During the Zalamlk a bomb was ox ptodod In tho courtyard of the Mosque Constantinople close to tho sultan ma majesty was not Injured but soy anal members of hU suite were killed or Injured Several arrests have boon made saga H non UIB former Salvation army gIrl convicted of perjury In eon section with a HIt for personal damages against the Chicago city railway will have to go to prison for an Indefl nlte term Jimmy Brttt to still the lightweight champion of the world He WM award wl the declaim over Kid Sullivan In a IO round contest In whloa Britt was the bright and shining star The Insurance Investigation to be undertaken by a legislative committee oonflVrwith the attorney generals action against the trustee and omeora of the Equitable Life Assurance society Quarantine against Now Orleans was put on and quarantine Inspectors wore placed on nil southbound trains bay ing Mobile Ala for Now Orleans ow Ing to yellow fever In tho latter city Twentyfour true bills against 14 individuals wore returned by tho grand jury which has been Investigating al leged grafting at Milwaukee This was the third batch of Indictments handed down since tho jury went Into session Juno 20 tho grand total thus far numbering 129 An Investigation made of tho list ol paid subscribers to tho book entitled Fads and Fancies which Town Topics Now York is preparing to publish resealed 40 names of prominent people nil over tho country On this list ap pears tho name of Mayor Julius Flolschmann of Cincinnati Tho price of tho book Is 1500 Judge Noah W Shcover of Ann Ar bon Mlct who has boon prominent in tho affairs of tho national prohibition party died suddenly at his homo from apoplexy Ho was 65 years of ago Tho American yacht Manchester tho challenger for tho Seawanbaka cup de tented the Alexandra the Canadian defender in tho second race of tho oerios at Donral Quo John Strait a farmer of Harts Run near Cameron W Va is under arrest at Wheeling charged with attempting to kill his daughter Jessie Bho was struck by a steno lid then shot tin timesW J Parker a taming engineer of Cleveland 0 was struck load by lightning at Whitney 30 miles from Salisbury N Y life horse also was killedE Bishop shot and killed Gordon Reddock at Luzorno Ala Both were prominent merchants Bishops wife was the causo of tho shooting The last vcstlgo of Hyde control over tho destinies of tho Equitable Life Assurance society so far as the books of the company show disap peared when Chairman Paul Morton stopped payment of tho 25000 annual pension to the widow of Hoary D Hyde Tho troop stable at Fort Washaklno 16 miles from Lander Wyo has boon destroyed by fire Fifty horses belong- Ing to troops of the United States cav alry wore burned- A mob battered down tho doors of the county jail and lynched Sam Creen a 16year negro boy who attempted a criminal assault at Now Brunools Tex on a 4yearold girl Charged with receiving gold ore knowing it to hnvo been stolen six assayers of the Cripple Creek district have been placed under heavy bonds It is alleged tho assayors cleared 30 000 in six ronnthA Moro than 1000000 acres of the Unltah reservation in Northwestern Utah are to bo subject to the location of tho whlto man on and after August 28 By proclamation of tho president under authority of congress registration for right to locate In a rotation to bo determined by lot will begin at Vernal Provo and Price Utah and Grand Junction Col The shah of Persia contemplates a visit to the United States Ho mado a statement to this effect in the course of a conversation with Senor Sebas tian B De Meer tho Mexican minister to Paris Franco- Considerable surprise was created in Washington by tho announcement from Oyster Bay that President Reese volt Irlends to call an extra session of congress on November 11 The news was unexpected because It was thought the president had given up tho Idea before ho left Washington for Oyster Bay a month ago The engagement of Miss Corinno Blackburn daughter of United States Senator Blackburn of Kentucky to Mr W II Gale of New York city has boon announced The name of Joseph L Brlstow for mer fourth assistant postmaster gen eral Is being mentioned In connection with the office of public printer The civil service commission will hold an examination at Cincinnati on August C to fill the vacancy In tbo po sition of stenographer and typewriter female at 600 per annum In the office of the secretary of the board of examiners for the civil service district at Cincinnati Representatives of the Japanese gov ernment have just bought 110000 worth of horses at a stock farm at Fast Aurora N Y There aro 34 horses In the deal and all will bo shipped to Japan for breeding Official announcement has been made that tho dreaded yellow fever1 exists In Now Orleans and that six persons have died of tho malady Seven other cases which as yet have not proved fatal are officially reported A report from Junior W Va states that the coal tipple and several other buildings there belonging to the Davis Coal and Coke Co have burned at u loss of 30000 Ann Young aged 105 years is dead at tho homo of her son near Mom phi Tonn She was the mother of 26 children mot of whom are living Gn Nogi has 80 battalions Gon Oku 00 Gen Nodsu 16 Gon Kurokl 190 Gen Kammamura 90 and Gen Hasegawn 190 the battalions averag lag a thousand men which makes the numerical strength of the Jopapeso 660000 baronets with 8000 field and mountain guns and about 100 siege guns The Cunard line steamship Carpa thla brought In 19100 crates of Spanish onionsthe first big cargo of this vegetable for Ute year Shippers look for recordbreaking Imports of tho onion during the next six weeks Frederick B Carlton formerly of Cincinnati whose adventures are sala to extend across the country and into Humps twlco indicted for grand lar cony within a month at Now York and suspected of having murdered at toast two wives for Insurance monoy Is reported to have a wife living nt Montgomery Ala William S Withers of Wakefleld N Y who led the orchestra of Pordt theater Washington the night of April 14 1865 when President Lin cola was 4hot Is dead at his homo in that placo at tho age of 70 Boats from the United States protected cruiser Minneapolis and the supply ship Caesar raced in tho regat ta at Valencia Spain Tho latters cut ter won against several starters gain- Ing a prize of 30 Mary ODonnell and Nettlo ONell of Louisville Ky were arrested at El gin III The girls were clad In mens clothes and had beaten their way there from Chicago Brakeman James Murphy was cro mated in an oil explosion following the derailment of a Rock Island fast freight at Unlonvllle la The con ductor and fireman woro perhaps fatally hurt- Veterans of the civil war Sons of Veterans members of the Womens Relief Corps and other patriotic so cieties paid honor to tho late Gen W W Blackman whoso funeral was held In Boston The newspaper and job printing plant of tho Arkansas Democrat at Little Rock Ark was destroyed by lire Tho loss la total and will be about 125000 with an Insurance of about 90000 With a roar that was heard five mllee u cyclone struck the northern rim of Racine county Wisconsin kill- Ing two men and damaging property and crops 100000 The city of Montgomery Ala through Acting Mayor Mclntyro Is good an official proclamation of quILl antine against Now Orleans and other infected sections on account of yellow foyer John C Eckleston SS of Philadel phia was arrcstoa shortly after mid night at tho white house when ho was caught climbing over a high iron fence He said he was anxious to BOO the president Chairman Paul Morton of the Equit able Life Assurance society summer ily removed as controller T D Jordan and appointed In his stead William A Day assistant attorney general of tho United States Against tho advice of members of foreign legations at Seoul Korea has decided to send two representatives to Washington to attempt to secure a hearing before tho peace plenipotentiaries Rev Father Guslck active adminis trator of the diocese of Shorbrooko and four young men wore drowned a Lake Aylmer near Sherbrooke Que h t A BOILER EXPLOSION Terrible Disaster Aboard the Gunboat Benninjrton FlftyNlne Killed SO Injured and 16 Men Are Mining FortySeven of the Dead Were Burled Near San Diego Cal San Diego Cal July 22one of the bollors on the United States gunboat Dennlngton exploded In tho harbor hero with terrible results The Bennlngton at the tlmo of tho accident was lying In the stream Just off the commercial wharf at tho foot of H street The warship had received orders from tho navy department at Washington to sail for Port liar ford where she was to meet the mont tor Wyoming and convoy the vessel to Mare Island navy yard Steam was up and everything was In readiness for sailing when suddenly and without any warning whatever tho starboard for ward boiler exploded with a deafening roar The explosion was terrific At the tlmo of tho accident Com mander Luclon Young and Surgeon If Peck were on shore The two officers as soon as they learned of the disaster hurried to tho water front whore Commander Young Immediately took chargeOn board tho Bennlngton wore presented terrible scenes Tho force of the explosion had torn a great hole In tho starboard side of the ship and the vessel was already commencing to list A section of tho upper deck was car ried away from stem to stern Blood and wreckage was distributed over the entire ship the after cabin and the vicinity of tho ship adjacent to the exploded boiler resembling a charnel house Over It all hung the great cloud of whlto smoke which drifted slowly toward the Coronado shore The shock of tile explosion penetrat ml every section of the ship blood and ashes being found as far as the stern of the captains cabin Portions of the upper deck were carried away and great damage was done In all sections Most of the dead and injured were taken ashore whore the undertakers and physicians wero assembled the former taking charge of tho dead and the latter to minister to tho needs of the living The bodies of many of tho men ta ken from tho wrecked interior of the ship were mutilated almost beyond recognition The faces of many wore covered with blood and ashes The boiler which exploded it is said was regarded as unsafe Commander Young stated that during a recent ro turn trip from Honolulu tho steam prewrare was kept reduced In that par ticular ono When tho explosion occurred tho engineer was Inspecting the boilers ai a preliminary to tho vessels leaving port and ho was not seriously Injured San Diego Cal July 2Ihey bur led tho Bennlngtons dead Sunday 47 of thorn in a common grave On tho crost of tho promontory of Lama high above tho shimmering water of San DIogo bay on the one sldo and within sound of tho booming surf of tho Pacific on tho other they were laid to rest in the peaceful little mill tar burying ground Without the crash of drum or the sound of brass without pomp or parade yet with simple ImpressIveness all honor was paid the nations dead They have honored dead to keep them company the brave boys of the Bennlngton All about them lie those who died In the nations service In more trying times Gravestones yel low with age bear the names of men who died at Monterey In the Mexican war others who gave up their lives in the conquest of California and who followed Commodore Stockton at Old San Pasquel These are their neigh bore in death Army and navy paid tributes no less sincere than the simple grief of tho representatives of peace who made tho long journey around or across the great bay From Ft Rose cans came the 115th company coast hoavy artillery from the city of San Diego the naval reserves from the Universal Brotherhoods home on Pont Loran a company of khaki clad repre sentatives and from the government ship Fortune a dozen of their sailors But the most Impressive body of mourners wore the 52 men from the battered Bennlngton Besides these there were hundreds of civilians who unthoughtful of the fatiguing Journey from the city brought their offerings of flowers to lay upon the graves A careful compilation of casualties was made by a press representative and Is as follpws Burled in military cemetery at Ft Rosecrans 47 dead now in morgue 10 awaiting shipment to relatives dead in lire room of Den nlngton still unrecovered 2 Total dead 59 Injured at various hospitals 50 Missing 16 Grand total 125 Among the wounded are A J Worthen Dayton 0 Brown Tolloy Fllckweller mad L A Cries Sylva nla 0 and W J Woiler Cleveland 0 Refuse To Sell American Good Shanghai July 22Tho boycott of American goods is now working but it has been agreed that tho completion of all running contracts for supplies will bo allowed Meanwhile all tho Chi nese shops refuse to sell American goods including Standard oil Special Session of Congress Lincoln Neb July 22Senator E J Burkctt has received a letter from Secretary Loeb in which it was stated It is tho presidents Intention to call a special session of congress on November 11 a It STATE NEWS ITEMS MULE RELEASED HIM How Adolph Wilson Was Taken Out of a Railway Wreck Nlcholasvltle Ky July 20 Adolph Wilson who was In the railroad wreck at Mt Vernon Ind last Friday and was seriously Injured has arrIved home Ho attributes the saving of iIi life to the action of a mule He said When I came to my senses a huge timber was laying across my back which I could not move In glancing around looking for help I discovered a mule standing within a few feet of where I was pinioned looking at me as If wishing to render assistance Soon the mule turned its heels toward me and began to kick The first Mel struck the timber a glancing lick the second hit It full and just grazed my ear which now shows tho mark as you can see and somewhat moved the tlm ber The third kick raised It sufficient ly for me to slide from under and as I arose from the ground and started to mako my way to a farm house the mule followed evidently satisfied with the good work accomplished FRANCHISE TAX Board of Valuation and Assessments Make Valuations Frankfort Ky July 20Tho Kentucky state board of valuation and as sessment placed valuation for franchise tax purposes on the Cumberland Pipe Lino Co of New York and the Pullman Co of Chicago It fixed valuation of the total capital of the first named company at 857435 anti the value of its franchise for purposes of taxation at 404837 A valuation of 300000 was placed on the total capital of tho Pullman Co and 290000 Is the value of its franchise The total valuation of the Louisville Bridge Co a Kentucky corporation was fixed at 1760QOO and the value of its fran chiso at 1302000 r GIANT GRAPEVINE Its Main Trunk Is More Than a Foot In Diameter Ellzabethtown Ky July 21lIar din county has perhaps the most won derful grapevine In Kentucky It Is growsanlives a few miles from town The vine Ig about 25 years old measures 225 feet In length and its main trunk Is more than a foot In diameter with profuse branches that cover a large twostory meathouse It is estimated that Its yield this season will be not less than 1000 pounds Allowed to Carry Arms Frankfort Ky July 20oov Deck ham has upon request of Lexington officials given permission to the NInth battalion Ohio national guard made up of negroes to enter the state bear- Ing arms The negro soldiers are to hold their annual encampment at Lex- Ington September 12 to 16 next dur- Ing tho time the colored fair will beheld here Death of Judge Butler Columbia Ky July 20Judgo J W Butler who was one of Adair coun tys most prominent citizens a rest dent of Columbia Is dead He weight years county clerk and tour years county judge of Adair county He was a democrat and popular throughout this section of Ken tucky Rosslngton Dead Versailles Ky July 20The stab lion imp Rosslngton 22 years old II dead at Nantura farm He was a hat brother of Ormonde and was the sir of Travorser and a number of good race horses The late Frank B lIar per paid 12000 for Roesington at auc tloa at 6 years old- Refuses To Go Louisville Ky July nH Alexander alias W H Buchanan arrested li this city at the request of authorities in San Bernardino Cat refuses to return without requisition papers Alexander Is wanted on a charge of forgery Ho has relatives at Chllllcoth O J H Dempsey Hurt at Seattle Covlngton Ky July 2LJ hernia n Dempsey well known hero and tor years associated with W E Apple gate the wellknown turfman wh won the fight against Judge Perkin for control of the La onla race track was perhaps fatally injured In an auto mobile accident at Seattle Wash Whltesburgs New Postmaster Mayklng Ky July 21Who post or floe scramble at Whltesburg whir h has been creating much interest fo two weeks closed when Felix G Field a son of Commonwealth Attorney Ira Field received his commission am took control of tile office Helping the Cause of Education Lexington Ky July 21S B Hag gin is helping tho cause of oducatlo n by employing on his big farm durln the summer moro than 200 colleg boys It a youth is physically unabl to labor in the fields ho Is given worl suited to his strength Weds Cincinnati Girl Greenup Ky July 21Joseph Bus totter prominent business man of city drove to Ashland with Miss Fla- once Hugenschmltt of Cincinnati where they were married by Rov Fa then Woste RARE PRESENCE OF MIND The Lineman Cut the Electric WIre and Saved His Life Louisville Ky July 22Rare pros ence of mind saved John Slcgel a lineman in the employ of the New Al bany Electric Light Co from electro cution Slogel with three other work men was engaged at East Fourth street and Cuiboftton avenue when He i climbed a pole and became entangled in a live wire With smoke and sparks I issuing from his clothing and the flesh I frying on his a btchetIIfrom his belt and cut the breaking the current Siegel was nearly prostrated but maintained his hold until comrades assisted him to the ground A RECORD RAINFALL Boats Had To Be Used To Cross tM Streets at Nicholasvllle Nicholasvllle Ky July 22Tha heaviest rainstorm in the history of Jessamine county occurred and sort ous loss of property is reported The rainfall continued for five hours and the streets of Nicholasvllle wero underiwater and In many instances the fire department was called out to aallst families In moving from their home to escape the flood A KILLING AT MT STERLING John Fay Is In Jail For Shooting Lleutell Fassett Mt Sterling Ky July 22John Fay of this city shot and killed Lieu tell Fassett here Fassett was shot la the stomach tho ball going entirely through the body Fay was arrested and placed In jail Fassett Is 28 years old and a native of Bath county Fay killed a man here a few years ago and has been in considerable trouble WITH A WINCHESTER Bleavens Lay Shot and Killed Sevier on Kettle Creek Burkesvllle Ky July 20 Bleavens Lay shot und killed Garfield Sevler with a Winchester rifle on Kettle creek Lay came here and surrendered to the officers Ho declared that Sevler was intoxicated and pursued him with m shotgun Lay Is aged 35 years and heretofore bore a good reputation His victim was 25 years of age and con sldered a dangerous man The Lid In Louisville Louisville Ky July 22 Mayor Grainger approved the ordinance pass ed and commencing with Monday morning all saloons will bo closed between the hours of 1 and 5 a m Oth er ordinances provide for the licensing of banks manufacturers and other business concerns n Loving Cup For Hart Louisville Iy July 22Gixteenper sonal friends of Marvin Hart and firm believers In his prowess as a pugilist have purchased a loving cup of solid sliver 20 inches in height and costing 160 which they will present to him some tlmo next week at his country home Woman Charged With Horsestoallng Covington Ky July 22J C Martin alias Rodgers and the woman Mrs J C Rodgers alias Nettle Davis alias Rodgerson who claims to be the wife of the man were arraigned before prollmlnryhearing horse and buggy from Theo Wieck The Alexandria Fair Newport Ky July 22Tho Iot the Campbell County trusteeIassociation aro at work OB gram for the annual fair venes the second week ta September at Alexandria Many improvements to the grounds are under wayIHeld Up Rural Mall Carrier Paducah Ky July 22Four men were arrested In Ballard county OB a charge of holding up and robbing a rural free delivery mall carrier anA will be brought to Paducah to be ax amined by United stat Commission er W A Gardner The New Electric Line Paris Ky July 20Parls businessmen are enthusiastic over the proposed Paris Maysvllle electric line The ea stire amount allotted to Paris 6000 was raised In a few hours The town of Mlllersburg eight miles from hero took nearly onehalf of the amount Death Due To Paralysis NIcholasvlllo Ky July 21Olrs r Johnnlo Anne Hersperger aged 77 died of paralysis at her home IB tho country Sho was the wife of Henry l C Hersperger a wellknown farmer and has boon married for 67 years Tobacco Damaged By Hall Georgetown Ky July 22A terrifjo hall storm accompanied by lightning pergtlon of Scott alone suffered a loss of 26000 on their tobacco crop Thd entire loss will be about 100000 Hall Ruins Tobacco Versailles Ky July 2ZA heavy hail storm near Midway did thousandsi thergrowing tobacco James W Parrlsh the largest grower in tho county had 1SB acres of tobacco seriously injured 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 111 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 H I 1 r I 1 I I I HuH II Eastern Kentucky News eo correspondence published urles sfjned In full by till writer The came E U not for pubUcatiOD but a II ni4ellco or good faith Write plainly fH I 1 1 1 I I 11 1 1 1 J 111 H 1111 H t 1 I 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 111111 H 1 I I JrI1 Especial attention is called to tin statement at tho head of this column Wo positively cannot publish corres pondence unless it is signed in full by tho writer Also writers are especially urged to bo careful in writingnames Wo have much trou iblein making out the names of those are mentioned and often itemsi of interest ore omitted because of our inability to make thong out Ho sure that names nro spoiled correctly EDITOR I OWSLEY COUNTY CONKLINO July 20Miss Lucy Mahan is to hold a series of meetings near hero soon She is n Methodist revivalist I and wo hopo to hear some stirring sermons when she comes John Wilson wont to Leo County last weekRev J W Anderson wont to Clark County on July 21st on n preaching tourArch Scale visited Enoch Halcomb last Sunday Sher man Rowland bought a flue flock of sheep of B P Ambrose The wife of O W Mainous is blessed with anew girl It is the sixth girl in a family of nine children Jed Bowles is on the sick listA severe thunder storm swept over this section Wed nesday We have had some of the hottest weather of the season the past weekT P Gabbard of Cow Creek is teaching the Grassy Branch School this yearC B Mooro of this place sold a fine horse to Dr C H Moore of CQw Creek for 100 C B Moore contemplates going to Idaho this comingwinterMrs Rice of Buffalo Creek is visiting her son H H Rico at Floyd also I at C B Gabbards of this place Leander Boliu and wife of Limons Creek Leo County visited friends and relatives at this place last week They wore accompanied by MaggieiBuck Creek visited relatives at this place and on Cow Creek last week i John Rose and sister Luettu of Eversolo are teaching in Breathitt County this year Letcher Gabbard is teaching the school at this place Bony Callahan is going into the log ging business this fall on a large scnlol1r James Lyons of Beatty ville stopped over Tuesdaynight with J L Gabbard Ho was on his to Buffalo looking after coal tYand timber for the new Erie Land ofthis bed for nearly two mouths with typhoid fever is now improving very rapidlylo FLOYD July 22Wo are having a considerable amount of rain in this localityand crops are damaged slightly Farmers are nearly all done plowing their cornDr C H Moore passed through here on his 1way to Onedia where ho will make his homo for some time and practice t medicine Dr Kash formerly a resident of this place has returned and rented Uel Wilders house Mr Wilder will find a hone elsewhere Wm Duff of Major swapped horses with Bill Fox of Longs CreekC B Moore is planning to I go to Idaho this fall where ho will make his homo Ho will be sorely I missed by his community Our free school is getting along fine with the i I exception that we have few books T P Gabbard is our teacher Let cher Gabbard of this place is teaching the Lower school on this t Creek and boarding with C B Moore Ho says that he has a fine schooland good attendance TheE students have organized a debating societyA largo number of our boys and girls attended Sunday School They report a fine school with C B Moore and Elmer Gabbard UP teachers The school has received literature which was ordered some time ago It is n fine lotWo hear that C B Moore and Elmer Gablmrcl visited Miss Corts Sunday School on Buffalo and lectured on Sunday School work MAJOR July 24The recent rains have improved the condition of corn greatly Tom Pendergrass has pur chased and moved into the property where John Peters livedMinn 4Edna Brandenburg of Buck Creek suicide by drinking car bolic acid Despondency is said tc be the cause of her rash actMrs Mattio Scale of Borea is visiting at the home of her fatherinlaw Mr G W SealeU S Marshals McCoy and Mays passed through hero with a largo moonshine still and two moonshiners they had captured on Buffalo last weokOur County Teachers Institute will convene ul Boonevillo July 31 Prof Shipp ol will be tho instructor 1Winchester Wilson who is teachings I II i at Riverside attended church nt White Oak Sunday Eugene Garret is teaching tho White Oak school this fallFlora Scale is teaching lit Lower Wolf Creek N F Ambrose at Doe Creek and A M Clark nt lowlands Chapel The latter has an attendance of about sixty pupilsI out of steut six in tho legal ngoProf W A E Campbell will remain principal of tho Boone villo Academy for the ensuing year Tho fall term begins August 7th Prof Campbell is a successful teacher and has done good work for tho people of this County lIe deserves their hearty cooperation and we are sure ho will get it ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD July 24J W Todd has about all the lumber on the yard for the school house and J J Hamilton is getting along with his work Finely It looks as though tho houso would bo ready for school shortly While J J Hamilton and Will Linvillc wero sheltering out of tho rain in Mr Callahaus barn a few days ago they saw a spotted mouse which came out and played for some time Mr and Mrs Armp Pane visited Mr and Mrs Stephens SundayMrs Will Linvillo visited Mrs J W Todd Tuesday There was preaching at tho Old Church Sunday July 10 by Bro Blackburn BOONE July 24Jllmes Dobbs of Fish Branch passed peacefully away July 17 at the ripe old age of 70 years His remains were put to rest in the old family graveyard nt Scaffold Cane George Wren is nil smiles over tho arrival of a seven pound girl at his house Sunday morning Rev J W Lambert filled his appointment tit West Union Sunday Lambert Ii Coylo have shipped 300 gallons of huckle berries from Gap Switch Rev J F Phelps of Cartersvillo will preach at Fairview Church Saturday and SundayJ II Laml ert visiteH relatives at Rockford SundayMr- and Mrs Lewis Taylor and Mrs Robert Smith and son visited Miss Agnes Dobbs and Mrs Pattie Mont gomery SundnR A Swum ford of Disputantn visited J W Lambert on business CLIMAX July 22Wo are having lots ol rain and crops lookwellIVillis Chasteen of this place is at work in Hamilton OhioMrs J A Sexton writingJMare busy hauling heading bolts to JohnettaW J Chontcen Sr is representing the Owens Portrait Company he is doing good business The following teachers are at the following places Helot Singleton at Brush Ridge J L Jones at Climax ValleySherman C R Scott at Johuctta I am sure the teachers nil smiled when they read that tho draw would be 3325 JACKSON COUNTY WIND CAVE July 2tWe still hero tine rains in this vicinity Tho school at this place opened on the lOtli with R good enrollment and deep interest Wm R Lakes and Wm Duncil 1110 gono to Station Camp on business So G Lakes has gone to Hamilton OhioTho following is tho program for tho Fifth Magisterial District Teachers Association to bo held lit Saturdayincises C A Van Winkle Welcome Address Margaret Moyers 8 Re spouse L W Harrison 4 Song Quartet u How to Improve om Schools J J Davis 0 Value ol Story Telling Ollio E Hatfiold 7 How Secure Good Attendance Edna Wilson 8 Discussion of the Teachers Preparation for Work Alfred Moore 0 Song Quartet 10 Intermission and basket dinner 11 Song by Association 12 Influence of Environment upon tin Child Puttie Mayors 13 The Promptness and Style of Teachers Lewis Ward 14 Tho Mission of tlu Teacher L W Harrison 15 Value of Patriotism How teach Ito JaR G Durham 10 Song by Quartet 17 Decoration of tho School Room May Sparlcmnn 18 Value of Teach ing Physiology Dr J E Anderson 19 What Education has done foi our Country J E Sparkman 20 Oration Bigo Anderson 21 Value o Securing Cooperation of Patrons Margaret Moyers 22 Methods 01 and Excusing Classes Fan nio Davis 23 Recitation Laura D Hatfield 24 Spirit of Teaching J A McDowell 25 Discussion of tho District Library Nnnnio Click 26 Song by Association 27 Adjourn I meat May every teacher respond with nu enthusiastic talk mud try to make tho profession of teaching what it ought to bo- DRIP ROCK July 211iev larsons prenchec hero Saturday nnd Sunday Gee Richardson nnd wife of Blucbanke attended services Three deacons wore ordained Saturday ni htMrs Jane Collins of Middle Fork i- ssickJuo1V and June Fowler or Livingston nro visiting at II II Fowlorn Miss Minnie Parsons of Hamilton is visiting her cousin Mrs Sallie Fowlor James BegltM and Bud Ross are gone to Ford Ky to workJRallc Sparks purchased u cow frtim Wm Ouin11 R Roy nolds representing Zinsmoistor Bros was through hero Friday Thom has lately been a good tide in South Fork This was au advantage to all who wore interested in tho staves which wore on tho tanks of the creek1V 11 Clark of McKee who attended court nt Irvino last week stopped at this ponce on his way homo George Ross of this ponce nttended court last wook nlso A storm passed over this country a few days ago and damaged seine of the cornfields A C Alcorn and Bud manes have n contract for making SOO or 1000 ties for L W Cox MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS July 22 Mr Owen Roso and wife wore the guests of Mr W P Sandliu nnd family Sunday Tin members of tho Bethlehem Baptist Church of Dreyfus Ky him decided to have a box dinner on the fifth Sunday in July to raise monoj to sent tho church All the Imllt I are invited to Como with IKJXOH st 10 am Thoro will bo Hinging nnc Christian services Prof Adams ii invited with his choir of singers Tho church have called Eld J W Parsons to prunch for tho noxt year We hopo leis service will ho crowned withsuccessMrs J C Powell mod daughter Martha made a businosi trip to Richmond last weokTheo school which hogan July flth is doing successfully with Walter Green as teacher Mr F M Jones inns bought out tho storo of W P Sand lin timid George Spnrke and is in voicing this wokJ C Powell has several lauds working in his meadow this WLCkMiss CilIUm Sandlin or Estill Co is visiting friends hero this week MOTE July tMr and Mrs Joo Law sou attended Crab Orchard Fair and reported quite nu enjoyable time Mr Jasper Powell in visiting his cousin Mr James Rogers al Kirks vinoBtv JaiiufS Parson has IKMM called to preach at Pilot Knob Church for the ensuing yemrMms- Bolmrt Hudson amid daughter Dora visited Mnllory Springs Sunday Tho Sunday School of this place is progressing very nicelyMrs Alice Lewis was called to Trinkford Ky to see a relation who was very low with typhoid fever Egbert Lewis has been very ill for the past three weeksMr Malcolm Lain of Drey funs visited Sunday School at this place James Ilignight shipped It car load of hogs last weok Misj Mary Jackson timid her cousin Pan nio wont visiting at Big Hill last week a Farm and Stock Sale I will sell my Bluo Grass Farm and stockupon it at Public Auction at my residence in Garrnrd County on August 24 1005 Said Farm ii situated within Ii miles of Pain Lick within 1 mile of Lowell am within lOA miles of Lancaster Tho farm consists of Four Hundrec Acres of Good Rich Land in n high statoof cultivation and well improved There is on tho Home Lot of KM acres a good Two Story Frame Ben idcnco with ten largo rooms with fine rolling Lawn Also Two Barns Three Corn Cribs n Carriage House a Meat JIom Can Ice Housoa Gran orya never failing Cistern three acv or failing Ponds and one Pool Thi 100 acres in Grass Tho remain ing 300 acres has upon it one large Tobacco Barn 40 ly 150 feet W feet of it being floored and hnvinj racks troughs cribs mind thing I necessary for feeding cattle or mulen I This part of farm has also tenamnl house with n never failing well I Half of this lot is good Tobaco LandTho Stock to bo sold consists of 8 head of Two year old Mules broki to work 12 head of Horses time risi of Fifteen hands high from 40 to Ol head of Cattle 25 head two Year oli Steers Cows and Calves Hogs om good Black Jack foaled in U0 f fifteen hands high OHO Stallion Gov Eagle sired by King Dictator 100SN r The farm will be offered in Soparat Lots and then us a whole and ti way it brings tho most money tim way it will bo sold Tho usual terms See Posters WBProwctt Kirks villa Auctioneer Dr B Rnmse1 Paint Lick I Kentucky Flashes I i DR TAYLORS FORTUNE His Young Bride Will Have To Fight For It Lexington Ky July 2GMrs Johu McCllntock of this city a daughter of the Into Dr Charles Taylor a wealthy cotton planter of Arkansas will short ly Instltuto suit in tho courts of that state In an effort to brook tho will ot her father Time will of Dr Taylor loft tho bulk of his property to his young brltlo who was Visa Julia Prewltt of Clark county Ky a bquost of J6000 having bean nmdo to kits daughter Mrs McCllntock and too latter thinks bho was unjustly doprlvod of her sham In tho property which Is valued at 1250000 A ROBBERY CHARGE It Lead To the Killing of Newton Taulbee at Campion Compton Ky July8CA telephone rnowoge received at this plooo states that barge Bunks or Carson had hot and Instantly killed Newton Tnul bee his hnlfbrothor on Laoy crook Taulboo hud Indicted flanks and him slater In the circuit court of this county for robbery They mot In tho coun ty road noor Carsons house mid Banks opened nro The ball ponorot ed Taulboes head killing him instant ly Hanks or Carson Is n son of 0W Carson excounty judge of this county Banks has not boon arrested LETTER FROM SON She Thought It Was But It Announc ed His Death Lexington Ky July 2Gon opon Ing a letter width the fondly believed to be from her son lUvlph A Lindsay who recently enllMed In the signal corps of the United Status army Mrs V HI Unilesy who resides on Mary land avenue was confronted with the horrible news toot her son trad reel with a tingle death by drowning at Ft Wood Liberty iBlnnd N Y last Krt day Mm Lindsay was prostrnteJ over the news sad fears are sotertalit ed that she may die Nab Noted Moonshlners OwinsBYllte Ky July M Deupty United States Marshal Prank Core and Deputy Colleetor H M UollMay mad a raid on the moonshiner In the Fletcher musty dletriet deetieyinc three stills sad 1000 gallons of beer They captured Andy Drown a noted moonshiner He related and was tired upon being slightly wounded Coal Dealers Combine Loutevllle Ky July illnhe KM UiokyTeflneeeee Retail Coal Me Shasta oMoclatkm perfected an orp iMtlon la LoHlevllle with a meeber kip of over JM The execNtlre eon mlttee will be slide up of tine 4lroe tore from Kentucky three from Tin nree and three at tame Parties desiring Hleoplng xir space on tho C O exeursion to Atlantic City on Aug 3rd should mako rot or rations now as sleepers are last till ing up STRAYEDFr- om my rosldunco in Fnrristown on July 0 five block shoots weight ing about fifty pounds each Mifrk It straight split in loft tier A liberal reward for their return JAMES MARTIN Dragging Pains 2825 Keele Cu1 Aoo fit Oct 2 1902- I suffered with falling and con tion of the womb with levcre sufaat menstruation had blinding headache and rushing of blood to What to try 1 know not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wino of Cardut that bleared remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I the right medicine New blood seemed to course through veins and after using eleven bottles I I was a well woman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of 1 Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any i sufferer may secure health by taking Wino of Cardul in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health advice in easel requiring especial directions address giving o symptoms The Ladles 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ItaTllMMt It NI 1iOCU4It oo+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+r +o+o+o+o+ooo+o+o+o+o+o+o 1 IRVING BACHELLER == = c == AUTHOR OP 7 = rr Dri andN- EXT I OUR SERIAL Is a stirring and delightful story of the North Country Mr Bacheller loves so well It Is a tale of the days when the French emigres fleeing from the Reign of Terror built their chateaux and mansions In tho northern counties of New York the days when Eng land tried Issue again with the young republic and when Darius Olin quaint rugged wise and at all times truthful with young Ramon Bell two types of the men who helped to make America rode Into the Lake Champlain region to adventure love and danger It Is a rare story of Yankee valor Yankee humor Yankee pluck Watch our columns for the opening chapters They Will appear in the nearfuture dtodt