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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lOtICeoeooeooeooooo ooe oooooeooooooo i BEREA E ALIERrCOOKPhDMinKtr PUBLISHING C00AFamily newspaper I PagesSI i0- o ta000000 0000I0000 o 00000000000000 VOL VIII FIvo Cents n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 0 1000 Ono Dollar a Year NO3 1WEATHER REPeNT report of weather obflervationa from Monday Juno 20 Ito Sunday July 1 gives tho folof ITImluIll hL Uiwmit Mnnility TlS OS 0e TurMlny IB ni 011 seThurIXrlilnr 01 AU 00 Nuturdny Ul 11 00 Muuilny Ul 01 1- 10Averngealnn Tulnl 00 I IDEASrI MRw RTMonnory n finda It full of filth when liu takm it from the brook but n dozen miles of up wator have run through U without I 1 Bticklng CONTBOVERST Controvorsy equa dual foots mid wise men in the same way and tho fools kllowitcUNPOFULAR OPINION A m n n iwhose opinions are not attacked In contempt and Every real thought on real subject knocks tho wind out of 1101110b hotly or other Kentucky lit tlit root Tho Federation Womonn Clubs of Kentucky recently in session at Mount Sterling made a dlBoovory which is and ought to bo the pride of every Kentuckian Thoyb 1 J found that the people in Kentucky i aro moro dilatory and negligent nbout Minding their children to school than tho people of any other Slate in the Union except one On an average I Kentucky children go to school only a little noro than fiftythroe days 1 the year In it any wonder that i tho matter of educational proflclonc- Kentucky Mantis in the the list of Now the our SlatedIand the sending thin week help lift tho average in Kentucky and at the same time benefit your own flush and T bloodA Wonutiu The following clipping from tho Modlnon 0 Review has como to tho Citizen through tho courtesy of Mr Samuel L Clark of tho College Brick Yard Mm Truewlulo of whom it speaks wan known to some of our readers and may ho said t hove boon a national character The loHt IB years of her lifo wore upon t at the National Homo for Soldiers Widows and Anny Nurses in Mad eon O Tho RoviowH article Is an follows Mm MaryTrunulalo was stricko with paralysis loot Friday morulc and paused away at an early hoe r Wednesday morning Juno 13 aged 81 years 11 months S1n80 She was tarn at Rocky River 0 July 10 1821 She was an Oberlin slim dent and whllo attending college her homo was in the family of the low President Finnoy She was marrkxl sl I to Mr Truewdalo of Kentucky lier married lifo with tho exception of two years spent in Europe won liv in the bluefrom regions of Kentucky 1Whenthe Civil War broko out aim o north Her husband joined lb 81111111tlllooLoing him or her two sons Sho onto tho service an u Union spy and sh rocoivod a dischargo at tho close the war Later she wont south an teacher of the freedmen Coming Ohio in 1801 from Alabama she p tered the Homo on May 2nd an has lived hero longer thou any oth- J memlxir Sho was a member of th Congregational Church and of Burs ham W R 0 Tho funeral servh WodnOAtlnyts officiated Internment was made i J the Homo lot of the Middle Ridge Cemetery Many interesting stories are toM of door methods and experiences whoa liveWishingI officers of the Union Army sho em ployed what was apparently a pri 1 yak letter M the means she stated that Ida was iu a decli Mtd serious doubts wore felt of he ate Of Carrie she IB similar strain and of other mo hers of an imaginary family previously agreed upon with her col respondent Ida stood for the info try f the Confederate Army Carrie for too cavalry etc Tho letter roo tarred to was written upon tho dos of the Confederate commanding olfi car and was approved by him bwfo it was sent- Having obtained news of the p posed destruction by dynamite of a 1atcamboat load of Union soldiers on Ji river Mrs Truosdalo sent to tie nearest Union officers and not Oflly saved the prisoners but effected the capture of tho steamboat and Ii Coo federate officers All honor to tho memory of this loyal woaaaa IS IT ALL TALK AND FIREWORKS YOUR PATRIOTISM AND MINE does it consist flags and speeches and skyrockets of do we perhaps cele grate the Glorious Fourth by getting gloriously drunk and getting into a glorious fightor is there something more to our love for our country ONE WHO LOVES HIS COUNTRY TRIES TO GIVE HIS COUNTRY WHAT IT NEEDS What then does our country need Not more fireworks not whiskey or more drunks or fightsno hardly It needs more talkof the right sortthe sort that is backed by action It needs more brainsperhapsalthough- it is wonderfully well supplied with brains now and many of them arc doing the best they can to ruin the country But there is one thing it needs more than anything elsethat it do without and something that ever citizen may Itch to furnish ifIC will and that is just simple GOODNESS AND HONESTY The TALI of the man who says he loves his country is not GOOD or trying to become good is all LIES The brains of the man who is not honest or plotting against his country and however smart he may be he is a TRAIT OR The principle to the victor belongs the spoils is a good principlefor the victor but when he is a politician the country is the spoils and the country is SPOILED The man who stall his vote sells his country just as Judas sold Christ The man who votes for a man or a party not because he thinks the man is honest or the party but because he expects some personal advantage from thus voting is SELLING HIS VOTE Give our honest citizens and honest greatestyPractical Arithmetic forI the Rural Schools- By Prof elude D Lwb The work for the second and third years should be about the same in character as that of the first The same care to have statements and solutions care fully clearly and neatly made should be continued and emphasized The scope should be increased but care taken not to go too fast Much oral work in unit ana lysis should bo given during those years the object be ing to make it easy for the child to clearly and rapidly grasp the conditions of n problem and reason through to the required result Many simple problems like the- o following sire good to use to accomplish this result Willie got 80 cts for 3 doz eggs How much would ho have received if ho had taken 5 doz to the store The children in the third year of school second reader grade should be able to give the following solu tion with the greatest ease If 3 doz eggs sold for HO cts and one dos would sell for 13 of 80 cts or 12 cts and 5 dot would sell for D times 12 cts or 00 cts 60gbe as follows 1 13 of 80 cts = 12 cts price of 1 doz eggs 2 0 X 12 cts a 00 cts price of 5 doz eggs This solution is all that should bo put on the board or paper for imore be written down too little thought will be required This principle will hold in a cootie work With the average school it may bo that this work alcannot be done by thirdyear children but each teacher should teach his first and secondyear children so that they can do it their third year- o All of the work thus tar should be without n text book so much if not all of this foundation work will upon the teacher The case and value of the reelwork may be greatly increased by remembering littler in quantity much in quality Never lose sight of the tact that in eagle lesson you arc making or marring cJiarncterto fourth year a kook may well be used but do Thedomust teach This year must be spent on the same sub only going deeper and doing better work than tbesimplIteachingu Never weary of oral analysis Make fresh prob lems out of your head which admit simple and clear- n solution e g Thctc arc 1C boys in school today If 23 of them go lidfnc for dinner how many will stay At the end of this term the children should be able to write any numb and solve with case problems involv ing addition subtraction multiplication division simple fractions and simple compound numbers orally noand in writing And of course when I say solve I Irmean givejX clear analysis and explanation for no prob solvbd without both devotem compoundrannn a number of simple problems Omit the more difficult- k problems in such a book as Ray and supplement the work by many problems not too difficult homo mode roortaken from some other book The sixth year should give strong work in common theroyears up square and cube root and mensuration The grades as I have spoken of them cannot always be clearly distinguished but the work can be given in the order I have placed it if it docs cover mores years of work For more extended work in the advanced grades we will pass to another phase of the subject that of methods and forms i CONTINUED NUT WKEKJ 1ooeoooooo oo0 00 Eighth Kentucky o o History J 0- i Thrilling Slur or lhr Part hUOnl 0 O hint llrglment took In the Civil IVnr 000 000 00000oos CHAPTEH VIII Continued During the night tho rebels fell back and early the 20th our division moved over tho creek and thence through farms meeting no oppo sition except very tall cedar rail fences Wo could hoar heavy skir mishing on tho Franklin road At sunset wo halted near Stone River within two miles of Murfreesboro where our engineers and mechanics were in sharp skirmish with rebel sharpshooters Tho former wore try ing to construct a bridge over the river near the Jfashvillo Pike Tho division formed line of battle in sup porting distance of the pickets who became quiet as darkness spread her sable curtain over tho earth Wo lay on our arms ready for any night attack The bare earth in tho tram pluddowu cornfield was wet and cold and but few men could feel comfort able enough to sleep Tho 30th day of December 1802 passed without a Generalengagement Both appeared to bo feeling around with their skirmishers Oc casionally a sharp rattle of mll8ketry- would rinG out through the cedars caused by our ling crowding their pickets especially in the afternoon As the atmosphere was heavy with considerable fog and misty rain the pickets on our right ran against those of the enemy and a sharp bat tie for half on hour was the result Then darkness again covered tho two armies that now lay hero con fronting each other only awaiting the light of day to enable them to engage in n conflict of atms that was destined to have groat influence in deciding tho futuro destiny of of this great free government Our division after dark formed column by division and lay again in Jbo open field Tho rain ceased and the wind shifted around from a cold quarter making us feel sadly the need of a blanket but no complaints were made by anyone Each man received sixty rounds of fresh cartridges and laid down expecting to engage in bloody work as soon as morning should appear la order that tho reader may bettor understand subsequent events in this battle wo will give tho order in which our army of 17000 was placed Tho Union lino of battle extended in tho form of an arc Tho left of our division rested at n ford on Stone River ono mile west of tho Nashville Railroad and was the loft of tho lino Tho right wing lay near the Franklin Pike and was composed of McCooks corps Johnsons Sheri clans and Davis divisions General Thomas corps occupied tho center and consisted of Negleys and bus Beaus divisions while General T L Crittcndens corps composed of Woods Palmers and VanCleves di visions formed the loft About daylight tho last day of Jho year 1802 our brigade now under command of Colonel Price of tho Twentyfirst Kentucky was ordered and doublequicked to tho above named ford on our loft Wo waded the river waist deep tho water be inGcold enough to make ono catch his breath as it reached the hips We hurried into line of battle in sight of tho rebel pickets and ad faucet on them about onefourthof a mile Tho Johnnies made the bul lets sing over our heads as they fell back from our skirmish line who gave them back a sharp fire Dur lug this maneuver tho fixing on the extreme right had increased to n heavy battle The constant roar of artillery and ominous crashing rattle of small arms told us plainly that tho rebels were making a desperate attempt to turn our right wing Wo were ordered to fall back and re cross tho river The Third Brigade including the Eighth formed a re servo line of bathe noar the ford while the remainder of tho division was ordered on to support the right which was now evidently being pushed back by tho combined force of three rebel corps McCouus Oho atharas and Claibornos Johnsons command had first given way The exultant rebels partially intoxicated on whisky and gunpowder followed up Davis division was next com polled to fall back This left Shod dans right exposed which the reels soon took advantage of After stand lug the shock of the now furious foe for some time they in turn wore hurled back toward thacenter whore old LionHeart Thomas was riding back and forth In front of his sturdy heroes encouraging thorn All the BYftUaWo force that could be taken from the left was concentrated hero ConUauol cm Third loge A Man May Earn A princely salaryhe may command the highest wages of his tradehe may do a nice thriving busi ness in farming stockraising or merchandising yet if he spends all his money he is a desperately poor man He will remain in poverty until he begins to bank a little of his earnings and create a surplus fund for the day of adversity and to provide for the unproductive years of advanced age You know this to be true Are you still saying Next week I will begin to put away a little money NOW IS THE TIME Every day counts We want you to open your bank account here and it matters not how little you start it with We vill give you a bank book and a supply of checks We offer you Absolute SAFETY and appreciate your patronage CAPITAL 2500000 Berea Banking Co J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier i Ko rorororororororoYOroforokoKokokoKakokoKoKoKoKoKoKoa t0 Why You Should Subscribe i o For THE CITIZEN I o- o o Because it will help educate your children o Because it will please Jour wife o Because it will help you keep upwith your neighbors x- o Because it gives the news from Eastern Kentucky o Because it tells the truth x- o Because it stands for temperance and religion 1 t xoo Because it is printed in large type Yo0- I Because it contains nothing harmful o 0Because it is published for the public 00I 100 A YEAR aro ox 0 The BEREA PUBLISHING CO o 0 E A COOK EDITOR AND MANAGER ox r- o to o AOito oKorloito5eokoKoitoRO3aoko7togo5toitoKoka7go71okoAOie KoYokottakokoKokottQRoKoKoKo koKokokotRoKoKakorore oo o roYoroX i xTo0 x o- I Quit Business I o it x Will offer for sale in any way ito dispose of stock quickest my g entire stock of merchandise at s a bargain Will also offer for o sale my business and dwellingo lots cheap io xo o r aoo x0 SETTLEIJr I 0 Phone 40o 0- oSIIIIIOIIOMOIlOMoIlOMOMOMeIeOMOMOMOMGkOMOMO EbSAL STAMPING MACHINE Electrical Device Successfully Used bY the German Post Department Stamping totters by electricity lathe Improved method Used In the Grmall post oUlce A new machine iJKfTRIO LETTER STAMP the Invention of a Norwegian named Krag has been Introduced and It wilt stamp 108000 letters an hour UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE How the Long System Dotween New York and New Haven Was Put In The longest undegnmnd telephone line in the world has recently been completed and extends from New York to New Haven Conn a distance of over 70 miles It this system proves STANDARD MKTIIOD OP CROSS I NT SHORT liUIDCIiS to be a success its extension to other cities may be expected very soon The time may come when telephone poles in cities will be a curiosity as the advantages of underground wires seem to more than compensate for the additional expense The objectionable appearance of a confused network of overhead wires ought to be sufficient to Condemn that system for cities and the liability to open circuits In case of high winds or accumulations of sleet on the wlroa makes It unreliable for all places Another objection Is the danger occasioned when a tele phone wire becomes crossed with a highvoltage wire This frequently occurs In the overhead system but when the two wires are In separate ducts a cross Is almost impossible The underground line mentioned says Popular Mechanics has wires laid In ducts which are of several dif ferent types preference being given to one or the other according to the physical condition of the country the obstacles met with and the probability of future excavating or blasting In the locality Most of the conduit work was formed of vitrified tile sections but where heavy rook cuts were en countered creosoted wood ducts were used as these offer less possibility of shaterlng whcro future blasting might cause trouble Where water was encountered the wires were either run through subma I TUB STREET CONDLITS rlne cables or laid in tile conduits en cased In concrete The standard bridge rroslng shown In Fig 1 was the method employed for crossing all the short brHgc A number of three Inch pipes were covered with concrete and rccnforr d with steel rails as shown and the wlrnj wer then drawn through the pipes The standard street construction is shown In Fig 2 which Is a section through a man hole This shows the ideal location of the underground servlce and was used in all the city streets except where ob stacles which made this form of con struction impossible were encoun tered Electric Motors for Vines That n largo business is now being done in equipping mince with electric for2af lcal Is asserted by Shipping Illustrated It says Electric mine haul age considered from either the poinu of efficiency or economy has so many advantages as compared to the older practice that the time is not far dls tan when nny other method ot mine haulage will be the exception ELEPHANTINE ELECTRICITY Utilization of the Huge Animals in India to Run Electric- Dynamos It is proposed by an enterprising AngloIndian to utilize the labor of ole phants in operating the dynamos of an electric lighting station He writes to Engineering Loudon that his plan involves working the animals six hours a day for this purpose and be asks whether anyone can tell him how much electric energy an average elephant can produce In this way and the cost ot necessary machinery En gineering seems inclined to treat the rise to various arrangements for pro proposal with levity Says Cosmos Paris In a note on the correspond ence Knglncerlng In Its answer re marks that the equivalent of the me chanical power of tbo elephant is doubtless known In India but no data on the subject can be found In Euro pean textbooks perhaps It may be re lated to that of the horse Into the ratio of their respective weights It adds that a central station run by n file of elephants continually turning a wind lass or treading heavily on Inclined planes would be rather a painful spec tacle Outside of those methods how ever the English paper does not see how the enterprising promoters ot this plan could make the energy of the aol mals available It can hardly be supposed that the elephants could be trained to project water through their trunks against the buckets of a Pelton wheel and besides we have no means of calculating the force of such a jet and could not conscientiously rccom mend ho method i At this particular time when animal strength Is being everywhere replaced by mechanical motive power to tho groat advantage of our friends the domestic animals the idea of hitching elophants to a dye namo Is at least queer Let us hope for the sake of these sympathetic pachyderms that the humor of the editor of Engineering will ward off from them this cruel burden ELECTRIC LAMP LIGHTER Device by Which an Inaccessible Kerosene Lamp May Be Easily Lighted A device for lighting a ruby lamp Is hero shown In jvhlch a spark from a jumpspark coil vaporises the oil and ignites it The ruby lamp A Is mounted on a board COl somewhat larger than the base of the lamp Two binding posts C and D are placed on the board and connected to the secondary of the jump spark colt E A wire Is fastened to binding poet D and soldered to tho lamp at F The wire 0 Is inclosed In a piece of rubber tubing such as Is used for Insulating In automobiles and the ex tremlty so located that it will nearly touch the wlek The spark from the vibrator would spoil the plate If the Jump spark tOil were put In the dark room so It should be put outallc or placed In a box In such a waj that no light will fall on the plate A E KIRPSSNR lhre eghthsInch spark Is about right and about six dry batteries should be used with the coil This device will also light an ordi nary kerosene tamp and might be useful suggests Popular Mechanics when the lamp Is In a hall or some place where It Is hard ti get at Magnetic Wells The term magnetic wells has been applied to wells whose casings attract and hold iron objects says the Eleo trlcal Review In the study ot under ground waters much Interesting Infor mation concerning these magnetic wells has been obtained by members of the United States geological Bur vey A report Is now In preparation In which some of the magnetic features of these wells are described and the causes or these phenomena discussed and the officers of the survey would be pleased to receive additional data on the subject from drillers well owners and others who have knowledge of wells of this character Usually only small objects such as nails are attract ed by the casings but occasionally a well Is found In which the magnetism Is sufficient to hold hammers or wretches Information Is especially desired concerning the size of objects attracted by the casing the method used In sinking the welllhe nature of the materials penetrated and the length of the casing New Electric tine Switzerland A Swiss company has received the order for equipping the ValleMaggla railway from Locarno to Blgnasco on the singlephase system Tho line U 17 miles long with a maximum grad ent of 33 per cent and the gage Is three feet 3 113 Inches A trolley volt age of 5000 volts Is to be employed U is Intended to obtain the iiacessary power for working the railway from a waterfall Shipbuilding Feat A record feat in shipbuilding on the great fakes was marked by the recent launching of the 10000ton ore carrier Joseph Q Butler Jr after a period ot only 55 days following Un laying ot the keel I TARIFF REFORM A BLUFF Not the People Dut the Democratic Politisians Are Calling font While u considerable part ot the Democratic JurLT of this country probably aiivountlng to a majority is be coming easy In mind as far as the ques j tlon of an available presidential candi date In 1908 is concerned In view of the return of Democratic sentiment to Mr llryan the question of a para mount Issue that will stand the wear nnd tear of a campaign is a most per plexing one to the party and very probably to Mr Dryan himself says the Albany Journal Free colnagd ot silver busting of trusts antiImperialism these havo been tried all In vain In recent years There U nothing new In sight out flf which the Democracy could make a paramount Issue and so in Its desper atlon the party is endeavoring to gal vanUo into a semblance of revivifica tion us old mummined Issue of tar iff reform which means tariff redria tlon and ultimate abolition of all Im port duties I For success In its attempt the Do mocracy relies upon the proverbially llmil d retentive capacity of human memory It flatters Itself with the be hot that afterji docade the conditions produced by the last experiment whit Democratic tariff reform from which the American people rushed to the Re publican party in 1896 are out of mind and that no niece Is required than the assiduous fostering of discontent to cause n repetition of the folly of 1S92 But most of the people of this coun try who passed through the period of distress from 1892 to 1896 have not for gotten either It or Its cause And there Is less discontent In this prosperous time than there ever was before in thlS country There Is no popular demand for tariff reform or tariff revision or tariff reduction or whatever else the Democracy may onll the Issue with which It is seeking onco more to tan pose upon the people There are no Indications or It oven from the DeniOa 4 cratic party so far as the rank and lift Is concerned It Is only the leaders that ere clamoring for U hoping to create by moans of a volume of noise a belief that It emanates from large numbers The resurrected paramount Issue will be tried on the people in next falls congrecelonal elections and it behooves the people for the conservation of thtt Interests to put it back into its desecrated grave THE REPUBLICAN DUTY Stand Fast to the Historic Position of Protecting American Welfare Mr Bryans utterances In Berlin make the Republican taak otoppculr lion somewhat simpler than has up geared says the Chicago Inter Ocean From those utterances It is notI shown that a trip around tho world has taken the burs of the wilderness from this wanderer from the Plntta For Mr Bryan still looks revolu tionary He talks of free sliver of go- Ing M far with socialism of changing the Oasis of our prosperity etc etc lie mill flirts with Isms Thus it follows that a policy that attempts to compete with Bryanisms Is not going to win for It Is very evident that Mr Bryan still rejoices in his radicalism And it docs not Ho In the way ot Republican duty to take up greater radi calism as a means of combating him It does not lie even In meeting him half way Republican duty Is to stand fast to the historic position of the welfare of the American nationto hold to our prosperity not to Indulge In caprices that will overthrow It Thin Is the simple proposition that will confront the Republican party and Its candidates for the presidency And whoever Its candidate shall be whether Mr Fairbanks or Mr Root or Mr Cannon or any other the simple Republican tact that he must recognize national prosperity as the baste ot na tional life must ever be kept uppermost OPINIONS OF THE PRESS C7Mr Bryan Is willing to be con vinced however that the circumstances demand ItChicago Tribune O The Democrats have a ready- made candidate They will probably have to advertise for a platform Cleveland Leader CTMr Bryan will probably wait a couple of years however before writ leg his formal letter of acceptance Kansas City Star crThe Bryan boom Is emphasized by the number of Democratic state con ventions that are retraining from in dorsing Hearst Chicago RecordHer ald crin the old day It used to be a popular political stunt to twist tho British lions tall Now the tall homemenageriebeef trusts caudal end is showing a few wrinkles from welldirected ro tary effort Minneapolis Journal C7A little more and Grover Cleve land will have nobody to share his un changed feelings except Judge Park er and even Judge Parker may not hold tCblcago Inter Ocean CTThe Russian douma Is thinking of taking up the silver question This shows what an utterly useless thing the douma really Is Atlanta Jour nal torMr Bryan Is likely to find ro much to make him glad when ho gets homo that he may regret his short ttghtednesq In not laving gone abroad earlier and oftener Chicago Record Herald I BRYANS VERSATILITY Makes n Orand Stand Play for the Votes of Fledgling So cialists W J Bryan has been oft tho resin route for some time but It has come to his knowledge that some Democrat ic state conventions hero nominated him In advance ns the Democratic candidate for president In 1908 and we have a report of his cojituents upon that fact says the Chicago Chronicle Ho appreciates the compliment though It Is sudLlenby which pos sibly ho may moon premature Bt that as It may ho Is quoted as saying that It Is too early either to make or discuss political plans for 1903 There certainly Is time for a good many things to happen during the two years between the nomination by Mss court and the nomination by the na tional Democratic convention These are times of hysteria sham and real and things that are said and pNIIcliliable to bocome damaged hi cold stor age during tho interval The ejlo glums recently pronounced by the penitents Cols Watterson and Vllas may look silly In June 1903 While Col Bryan realizes that It U too early for him either to make or discuss political plans for 190S he cannot roeUt the temptation to talk Possibly the colonels of the other metallic porauaMon strongly suspect ed such would bo tho case and that may account for their otherwise startling eccentricity in coming forward so promptly as representatives of the Palmer and Buckner gold men and pronouncing their sonorous euloglums upon the great apostle of 1C to 1 They may have had the idea that If they broke forth Into panegyric Mr Dryan would certainly break forth Into speech which Is sliver Instead of maintaining the silence which is golden and talk himself to death before 1908 If so their expectations are In n fair way to be realised Mr Bryan cer thinly has made a good beginning If the dispatches from Berlin do him no Injustice He is reported from that city ns praising tho Republican reformers and exhorting the Republican party to listen to their voice and get the start of tho Democrats In the reform business If the people really like the sort ot reform now In the air they will naturally hold fast to the party which Brut takes up the reform work If they do not like It what will become of Mr Bryan and the rat ot the Democratic reformers j Mr Bryan Is further quoted My political career discloses no instance where I have abandoned any principle formerly espoused So far as sliver ls concerned loan only say that evsnts have fully vindicated the bat tion of tho blroetalllsta Avow there Is something for Mr Francis and Cots Waltorson and Vitas and tho Democratic men of affairs in the east to ponder Do they think that Mr Bryan has already begun to talk too much and Is In a fair way to get a torrlble shaking as Pollpar rot did when she said Sick eta once too often to the dog In this same deliverance Mr Bryan lets us all know that ho not only stands for bimetallism etlll but also for government ownership and opera Lion of public utilities on a tremen dous scale He has abandoned no principle formerly espoused and ho has thoroughly commuted himself to government ownership lie attempts to make a distinction between Democracy by which he evidently means such ownership and socialism Democracy he says recognizes competition as legitimate and tries to protect the competitive principle from attack Socialism seos competition as an evil to be eliminated by public ownership and operation of pll means of production and distribu don But he nastcns to add that while this distinction between Democracy rind socialism should not bo overlooked the Democratic platform must bo one of progress and reform and not inerely of opposition to Republican policies or socialistic Ideas That Is to say the Democratic party should be hospitable to socialistic pub lie ownership Ideas In order to gather In the votes ot halt fledged socialists This may bo satisfactory to con VeVvatlve Democrats whoso sleep Is disturbed by the specter of socialism but it will not attract to the support of Mr Bryan men who care to offer strenuous residence to socialistic ten dencies VEnn If Mr Bryans boom should have PO substantial results otherwise It may give him the necessary material for The Third Battle Meanwhile NOW is the time to subscribe for the Commoner Chicago Tribune esrrry the new and Improved Bryan Everything modern and up todate Guaranteed to go well In harness and not to run amuck No Democrat of any variety can here after afford to be without this won derful development of the last ton arsAdvt Indianapolis News IndaFar the third time the Demo cratic party Is calling Mr Bryan to lead It In J90S the Republican par ty will call him for the third time and when ho shows down his hand he wilt probably have the same old pair of deuces- c7Dlsregarding tho causes that have led to the Importation of 50 000000 in gold during the past few weeks wo would like to ask if such Importation could or would have taken place If we had had an adverse balance of trade such as we have always had under trey trade tariff r American Economist FARIMGARDEN I p p MARKETING LIMA BEANS Some of the Things to Remember In Order to Dial Dispose of the Crop August Is the month for heavy pro Unction of lima boons Thoy continue to boor however till the first hurl killing frost The amount And length of profitable bearing depends largely upon keeping the vines picked clean and not allowing rods to get dead ripe for the ripened seed of any klnj take must vital substance out of the plant nnd causes It to die HcHldes the boon when not quite ripe bring the highest prices The time to pick iho pods Is when they khuw faint traces of Ugh green to yellow After the pod bo TIIAV Sy LIMA HKANH I1LAUV tllll MAHKtr comes yellow the leans inside are ripe turn whle and are then eunsld end dry beans White ones mixed with the green damage the selling price from a few cents to hAlt their value per quart On the market lima beans are sobW- by the quart htnec the brat cask IP the ordinary 16 or 84 quart berry ernlj llenl early bean often sell teller In plit boxes as the price is to high tht customer of the rotnll store fla not want M many M a flit qWiftf The peek market basket It suothsr package tried six to ton quarts being put to crfc basket with a covering ef green netting to enhance the grcennes of tlte beanet- Many beans ennnot be shipped In balk became they heat tho easiest of all vegetables and heating results in souring sprouting ralWew epottlaI and deny Although Dealt r full of water the lima been must be I absolutely tree from murfde moisture j when packed for shipment ears Firm Fteld and Fireside Nor tsust the I package In any WaY get wet or a totatIJON will remit Inside or 1J imvte In the bwinew efut blames j the vxprfM company er ownmlwfckin mefthlillt for the mwllluic of his goods I and consequent ted returns when It j naltoM aa be dose lir hand Shelling It tike more tedious process A good shelter can shell night to 12 quarts per hour On nnd a half to two eenu per quart la uiually tho prim for shelling children most often doing the work although the wiperrtalon of u competent grown person II necessary at all times I If lor any reason the beans after i being shelled are damp busy should be plaeod for un hour or more before Hacking on a clean clothe or souse other clean absorbing imbalance In the open air but not In the sun Tide In to dry tho outer surface They should be spread not more than an Inch deep and rolled from side to side every few mlnutos to secure even dry Ing The oloth will absorb a part of the moisture and the air the rest Lsunlly however no wich drying procoM IB necessary SEEDING PASTURES How One Man Handled Him Land After Prairie Grasses Had Been Ted Out My experience U not very exten sire but I will say that I seeded a prairie pasture after the prairie grasses had been fd out with one part timothy one part red top and one part blue grass t found that the timothy and blue grass took good on the high ground and the rod top took beet on tho low ground I found too that after about three years the blue gratis had crowded everything else out even the weeds to a eeraln ex tent It takes blue grass about two years to geta good start Out tho rod top did tiDe on low ground tied first year If I were going to seed It pasture for cattle hordes and sheep especially If the been tinder cultivation I should sow two parts red clover one part timothy and one part blue gross and on low lands I would put one party timothy and one part red top for the reason red top does best on low ground I And In my pastures on the high dry knoll that in Juno and July when the weather It dry and tho sun Is hot these knolls dry out and give little or no feed hence my reason for voting red top on the for stock during the drycit part of the season and too there U always a heavy growth around the sloughs or low places that snake floe grazing dur leg the winter months when It Is not covered with snow Now continues the Correspondent of Farmers Re vlew my reason for sowing timothy ap t clover Is that the clover helps to Bldde the timothy and bluo grass after the hdrvest has been taken off and It aho hflpa to tin out tho stand untilI the Hmothy ud blue cralot a good sUrtI TILE DRAINAGE Sir Distinct Benefits tn Be Derived When Dealing with CI 7eyJSalts 1Ingand especially so when thtll6 lands ore nearly level although clay lands itbrolling enough to quickly run off water tailing on them are nomine lest greatly helped by UIII- 1lct us confine our thoughts to t5rsilt rOiling clay soils It thero arolx die tinct benefits In tiling these there cannot be lesa on level lands IrstIf theca rolling lands are well tiled they may be worked quickly alta a hard rain much tlmo saved and bet ter crops secured The land will novel bake but will bo llablo and easily tended J Second In season of drought lea crops do not suffer when properly Nil tivated ns the nnlsturo rlilrig trod the lowered water table Is sufficient ThirdIn seasons of excessive rain the fertility Is not wsshOd ff the land but enters at onoe Into the loose open soil where tho fertility Is left while alt surplus water deMoniU to the tileFourthAs the water Omits s quick I way to the the anywhere on pr pcrly drained land the air will fenOl and this moans that various elenient In the Mil will be oxygdnlswl and nut for plant food In other word It fer tilise the soil and puts tho ferllllL where we can so well put Itijust where the roots of the plant can fled It- FifthTiled soil Is mueh warner nail the surfers In wwe ten degrees warmer during tha growing This lengthens Ute seaeen at both endsAcad make Intensive farming flU SUtbThe fertility you put on tiled land Is mAre productive You never need fall in galling a moil atldtllJ of flornt on such land and we know what this means These are positive benefits amt 1 have not named all SMUT CRASS Species Whloh Originated In Igdttoti- eand Vhlch Is Evidently ValU- able for Forage This grass ertlnated IB India btit has now been carried to many Whet lends It Is found quite abundantly In the southern ssatea It k called rout nil T RASH A onoUV1S1Ntll I ate grass from the fact that lu liftails key conic covered with Ii blackish smut after lowering It grows luxurlantr on anoultltated lands nod rattle and horses Pit it with evident touch To till appesraneee says the mmitD J view It U a valuable KraMU Mrte of the plant are pliant andtucctilent If It la closely pastured It sprouts again quickly and has a long growing season lasting from May till the corn Ing of heavy frosts It usually grows In low and small tufts AA yet ithas not beau largely cutUvntfe but KttOntlsts express the belief tiat It may bceome very valuable under colitis tion FOR PULLING OLD POSTS Simple But Effective DerlcQWhleh Can Be Rigged Up Ina Few Minutes f A simple Jot clfpotlye device for pulling nlil fence posts It fa IIJ1tltlhlnK Way be draWa with little slim culty liaceastoMor j stake un I 1otI I the ground Is soft l This may be re placed by a tim fThot WasgnTwoare a low body to savelimrigKhd a tunicThelow tore tvhdels and the low wheels call for springs to modify tho sud denness of the lift over obstacles t J ff breaksIii sgheg- yard take the welt hobs away from the atck oueai r BOYJporlod of Ixiyhood the forming of 1 cr false idunlfl in vvliuro tho iwichur niiiHt nwniiio the rofljxjiiRllillity delegated t bur In loco parentta and holy to up- rootb tliu conceptions cud realization of wrong IdunlH Character the true foundation of manhood isjts yet unformed Out of clrnos must coino ordur School lifowlth HH jojH and sorrows its touts of dtifoat HH mills of micccus IB but ii v Hyuoiiomoim tvith tlio inandatu Lot thoro la light lltloh what ti ro fraction of olTiilgancoJH streaming In on tho pathway of tho 20lhcuntitry lay Tho lithe log flchoolhouBO fades from view ovorrihadowod by ntriio tnruH of brick itnd Htono with thulr lalwrnlorliw nut libraries Tho Httlo short jacket has sprouted 1nllsund thu battered imp used an buiiibloboo weapon drlnking cup uud kurohluf combined has IHHIII replaced by u soft full hurt and instead of n slate IKjiiuIl in the mouth Sir Wallers moinory in kept gruon by a cigarette In keeping paco with thu ago tho lay in npitoof tho killing paco and stony tmok in drawn into tho vor liit nf mminvfmitlfirv battling with tho giants and dragons who are guard golduufdolt can vlow tho mad moo and not bodmwu in Like tho Irishman who when ho mw n crowd collbeting tout his llttlo girl to luquiro If there urns going to la n row Cool if BO dad wanted to lx in It Tho Saxon blood is up All tho latent flroworkH onlliiiHloMn ambition unorgy tact soul uuno nro generating HpontnneouH ooinbimtion mid motoorjllm the nro coiiHtantly Dlllhlug hiiOlollwtml lightF lug with glory the admiring crowd of gazora below Thoro one n time when great abil ity in lioys wns not valued BO innoh J OH itttoTulnottH in little thingsj send lay once nppliwl tic H in thu homo of ono of our gnatuu1 Iee I men maid won aokwl whet ta oonld althaDIwgat occurred in thu Bible and raeito liturnixgibrokVury you spill kindlings T- Uriah Hoop s father would have IMKIII n poor twiohvr for tho lays of today in his injunction to his ran i Imnhluiioi IH the ohler thing there Ion Ira humble Were Urteh I living today ho would doubtless IMJ placed under n jlawt OBHO wi a tipeai thou Btuok up on n podtwlnl quoted to slnftd little liayB like copy hook maxims or lib humble virtuua tot forth in n KiltfmiHwl and glazod cortlflnnto and handed down as nn heirloom to jKwIerily nn n souvenir I of thu garden of Kdun jwrlod before i lx yB pluoked anti ate of the tree of I knowledge I lellgthyIithe urn of being contented 1 They innko mo tired What would tho world INJ without ambitious pcoplu 4 They lire thu salt Of tho earth tho 0 i Leaven that havens the whole lump They Rut up enrJnnd rattle and drlro and bang and hammer nil day while you contented happy peoplo nmiknnod by their nolso utoroly turn over in Ixxl for Just nuothur little flout They never plus but their motto Is simply this Lot ivory day provide for itself Truly humble contented indrdualHliko the Jenisn lour pony Happy anywhere treated any way are at a discouut in mho nosh No boy of tho proRont pro gressivo ago CUll afford to utoku the hookah of contentment or vpal tho lotus loaves of indolence but lot him launch out and exult in breast oXtJrUnghiliin enduring hardness nn u good soldier on tho field of battle And if ho run why The rapture of pnnulng- I I the priie the ranquhihcd gala TO IIB CONTINUED J w r When tlie Hair Falls Then Its time to act No time to study to read to experI- ment I You want to save your hair and save it quickly tool i So make up your mind this 1 very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use flyers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays In It cannot do any 1thing else Its natures way I The beat kind oloteetlmcmiftl to Sold lor over city years 1aaoYJUAJr 00 LOwUYu nuurMtunn or iiSAl3AP IUA NCTMUL 1855 Berea College 19067 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 50 Instructors 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself whore he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arith metic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Manage mont etc Free text hookgITRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frac tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn antI Earn- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life APPLIED SCIENCE ELECTIVES arc offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL i years to fit for business Even a- pArt of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical cours us with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern meth ode The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession of tonching First year parallel to grade Model Schools Enables one to got a first class certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Hand may be taken as an extra in connection with any courseExpenses Regulations Opening Days Derm College is not a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student nearly fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is made the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting IJcrea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness Planning for a Year of School PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage etc vary with different people Deroa favors plain clothing Our climate beet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough roomrent to pay for donning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without tea or extras 135 a woek in the fall and SI50 in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Dtpoitt as guarantee for return of room key library books etc Second an Inddtnlal Fte to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachersallour instruction is a free gift The Incidental Foe for most students is 5oo a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses in Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses ADVANCE PAYMENT for school fees board and furnished room for fall term 14 weeks Incidental Fee 500 dollar deposit to be re turned at end of term 3000 Those who do not pay all in advance must pay as follows Inci dental Pea and roomront for term no refunding board for five weeks in advance making with dollar deposit Payment for first day 1835 35th day 675 70th day 540 OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our stu imIprovonurse without extra charge Allexcept those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting payaccording to the value of their labor Ex copt in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one a week CTThc best time to come to Berea and the most favorable time to study is in the fall SQrlt is important to come the first day September 12 and stay till the end December 19 ZSirFor further information and friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C h GAMBLEBEREA KENTUCKY J Tlin flrmt Wlillo Honk i Below tics givo a remarkable legend which has boon written for the Citizen by Mist Rigbysistct of our Music Director lligby who has been a Missionary of tho M E Church fa Burma in British India Asia and is enjoying a years leave of absence in the United States Tho story ox plains to u largo degree the great and rapid success which Christian missionaries have had and still havo among the Karons tho people who live in tho mountainous regions of Burma Tho Burmese proper live in tho valleys and plains but among iheu- Karons on the mountains in every I village the village storyteller has been tolling this story for centuries and when tho missionaries came with tho Bible tho Karons know that it thogroatnInlgbyhns written 11 follows times there were seven brothers who walked and talked and enjoyed equal favor with God tho thorOur story concerns itself with but three of thcso brothers tiro Karen who was tho eldest tho Burraan next in age and tho young eel who was the white brother Quo day God the Father dotermin cd to make H journey and take ono of these brothers with him He first invited the Kuron brother tho wealthy member of tho family but tho Karen had a largo garden and it was tlio fruit gathering season so ho asked to lie excused but ho cbutrlb ted for the journey a raincoat made of banana leaf fashioned in the shape of a boat This the Father accepted and then asked the Burma brother but tho Burman was busy reaping his rico BQ ho also oxaused erorof gave tho Father a spoon as his share in the preparation for Journey So on down each of the seven brothers offered somo excuse and gave some offering which tho Father accepted until tho youngest tho white brother was reached Tho white brother was very poor and said ho had nothing to give but if the Father wished it ho was ready to go with him on the journey and tho two sot out When they reached the sea tho Father God placed the ba nana leaf raincoat In the water and it became a large boat The spoon became a paddle and these two em journeyAfter tho white brother returned alone but with a present from Father God to each of tho brothers For tho white brother thoro was a leather book which con tained the secrets ornll mechanical arts and inventions for tho Burman brother a palm leaf bookcontaining the legends which form the basis of tho Buddhist religion and for the Karen there was tho Great White Book Now thn white brother was journeyhe ramlenfbut tho Great White Book he road Bud pondered and finally reached the conclusion that it was much too good for the wenlth greedy Karen who had esteemed his garden above i the requests of tho Father so he determined to keep this Great White Book for himself and give his own loather book to the Karen Having already memorized its contents ho had no further use for it After de livering tho palm leaf book to the Burman brother ho wont to the Karen and found him as usual hard at wprk in his garden Ho called out to him and told him that Father God had sent him tho present of a book The Karen brother called back that he was too busy to tako it now but to lay it on tho stump at the end of the garden and ho would nightSobook on the stump and departed When the Karen went homo that night ho forgot the book In fact elaysbutto the fact that white ants had eaten the stump and that pigs and chick ens were standing about this ant hill devouring the last bits of tho leather book The Karen brother then repented of his carelessness and indifference and wished to reestablish communi cation with the Father but nil in vain Pigs and chickens had eaten this last token of Gods favor These onlylandGod so to this day the heathen Kar on offers pigs and chickens in sacri flee But the legend goes on to pro phecy One of these days the white brother will remember that Father God intended the Great White Book for tho Karen brother He will come from the west bringing tho Great White Book with him and ho will teach the Karen brother how to wor ship tho true God EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTORY Continued from Tint Page to reinforce the center our little bri gade being all that was loft to watch the loft wing These wore terrible moments The horrible spectacle of our comrades peeing before the enemy a continuous stream of stret chers bearing bleeding torn and mangled bodies coming back through our ranks made our hearts quiver with sympathy for our bleeding comrades But all interests were centered just then in the right center andour lays chafed at being compelled to stand inactive nod witness the fight and misery Tho enemy in heavy columns emerged from tho cedars exulting in the belief that victory was theirs Tho long long line of blue coats was still Tho word of commandwas at last given A daz zling sheet of flamo burst from tho blue ranks which riddled the thick quicklylery shaking the earth and crushing into fragments whole regiments of greycoats Then the tide of battle turned and the enemy was driven bock over ono mite leaving the ground covered with their dead and dying Mixed and mingled was the blood bf the slain of both armies General VanClevo our division com mander was wounded and Colonel Sam Beaty took command of the division to DE CONTINUED As public patriotic occasions have been numerous and taxing of late tho G A R post and tho Relief Corps have decided to hold no tweet ings iu July and August but to mako tho Quarterly Meeting of Sep tember 10th n great occasion Parties desiring to rent sewing machines for a month or more can get some at R H Chrismans Fur niture sto- reNew Potatoes For new potatoes call on C M Canfield City phone 21 t t e Who desires the best Business in Berea I have a piece of property that is well worth tho price I iask for itsay nothing about the business that I can place you in I have for sale the Berea Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is too feet front and 300 feet long tho build ings consist of a Produce House two story dwelling and barn This property is well worth the money I ask for it The busi ness is the most promising of any business in Berea from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any one desiring this property should call at once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan I 1906 Going North Train 4 Dolly Leave Borea338a m Arrive Richmond 410 a m Arrive Paris 528 u m Arrive Cincinnatiit50a m Going North Train 2 Doily Leave Berea 124 p m pArrive m m Arrive Cincinnati010 p m Doing South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea124p m Arrive Kuoxvillo 810 p m Doing South Train I Dally Leave Borea1220a m Arrivo Knoxville 730 a m conyDuand Knoxville In both direction Train num her i and 4 carry Pullman restituted Sleeping CQr and coehe between Cincinnati and Knox ville in both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent FEELINGLIVERISH This Morning 1 A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer A aUAIlANTKKO cues rout PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding des Drug rlU are authorized to refund money if PAUL OINTMNNT fall to cure is 6 to4 days soc DYSPEPSIA Jeryman andw- oman you meet af- flIcted with this terrible disease ia some stage until it ac- quIres i full strength and ailtheform It your aq I petite fickle De- you suffer with free l anddimmedand energy Do you toss and tumble at I sleepThese and toreros acre of this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CaldwelTsLajeatlcf Syrup Pepsin which will Instantly check the prorreM of the disease and ultimately eradicate all traces of It from your system DRCALDWELL SYRUP PEPSIN a the greatest preparation ever offered dyspepsiaIt restoring every vigorDRCALDWELLS can be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsYour If K- Jt youYour t wm wall our new booklet OR CALOWKLLS BOOK OF WONDKRS end lm ample Ie boas wbo have Mvr triad IkU vutdMM rcotdr Do Meow PEPSIN8YRUP 00- Metlelle uleFor Salo by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY 43 Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office a R BAKER Dentist TTVOrcrOffice hours from 8 to 4 City Phone 123 Teeth extracted without pain Somnoforrac G F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day- Telophene No4 Borea Ky nrrrt rrrrrrtrrrrrrrrrsrrrJV For Sale or j 1 Rent Cheap n J iA nice little Cottage 5 t of four rooms on S JC Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on 5 jRG De HOLLIDAY StO X Call at T J Moborloya and see the best line of- COLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for n horse Call and get prices thoy will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky MonumentsURNS STATUARY OiGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds douo in n workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets THE CITIZEN E ALBERT COOK PhD Editor BEREA KENTUCKY f Plea for Wild Flowers Tills is the season of the year when dwellers In cities and towns may be seen returning after holiday excur sions loaded down with flowers leaves and branches of trees torn oft from their stems by people who wish to carry away with thorn the beauti ful things that nature so lavishly spreads abroad In the spring To ad nitro and to desire to possess these beautiful things is natural yet to tear them down and carry them away shows a deplorable lack of thought The least Informed person If willing to pause and think for a moment says forest and Stream knows very well that a few hours after the twig has teen parted from Its branch or the lower from Its stem twig and flower alike must lose all resemblance to the beautiful growing thing that Inspired tho wish for possession and Is no longer worth having Thus for the gratification of a passing Impulse one baa destroyed a beautiful object that but for this hasty act might havo given pleasure to other people for days or weeks It Is not uncommon to see people coming from the coun try laden with branches of dogwood for example four feet long lilacs are torn down and defaced and bunches of moro ephemeral flowers like vio Zeta buttercups and others are wilt Ing In every hand It people would recognize how fleeting Is tbo gratifi cation derived from this destruction ot the flowers and how selfish It Is they probably would not bo guilty of it A woll regulated person does not even If the opportunity occursde stroy shrubbery in tho public parks for the purpose of carrying away with him tho flowers or branches In towns and cities such an act Is com 2conly regarded as nn offense and Anyone found guilty of It is likely to be punished by a flne or otherwise Yet tho principle is tho same wheth er the destruction Is wrought In town or in country but In tho country the owner does not attempt to protect his shrubbery or his wild flowers unless they are close to his house Preserving Scenery Not long ago a man of national Im portance characterized an attempt to beautify the city of Washington as spending money for scenery The phrase may bo taken as a sneer as It was Intended to be taken or with approval as expressing a truth and a wise policy Spending money for scenery remarks Youths Companion 1s one of the most hopeful signs of a reawakening to natural possibilities It Is not confined to any one region San Francisco Is already talking about the Burnham plans for beautifying tho city which have long been In abey ance The rebuilding of the Gateway of the west now affords an opportunity to put them In practice Niagara falls the White mountains the Appalachians and the Palisades are eastern scenery but they are also national possessions and It Is with a sort of wonder that commercial Interests have discovered how strong the fooling Is against destroying them or encroaching seriously upon them The old state house In Boston and Independence hall In Philadelphia are more local examples of the same quality of public interest which lies In sentiment They arc scenery of a tort which appeals to a pride as stubborn as the power of money and more creditable The man who cares for his fathers grave and preserves the old family home Is paying money for scenery too but more persons understand that kind of sentiment The other kind tho larger more communal and fraternal kind la Just ns surely coming into its own An abundance of work and a fam ine of workmen represent a condition that is constantly growing more com mon In America The greatest trouble is the dearth of farm hands as shown by the report of tho states free public employment office in this city Mon absolutely refuse to leave the cities for the fields But the problem IB not confined to the country In the cities there Is work aplenty and a dearth of workmen Apparently with each uccecdlng year common labor grows Jess attractive Yet there Is not a notable increase In tbe number of Qauperetla the fact that prosperity and thrift Lave depleted the ranks of common laborers leading them to seek better things In life ORe divorce to everyelx marriages Jo Maines record find the ministers of that state have lately promulgated a set of rules fur the signature of clergy Men end have appointed an Interde nominational committee to push the 1 crusade against divorce The rules fledge tho signer not to marry parties who arc strangers to him to refuse to remarry any divorced person within a yew otter the granting of tko dome ui4 to refuse to remarry any except the Iccocent party to a divorce and Wen only under certain sOpuJatlonjfv + THE ISLE OF PINTS Senate Bill Providing Tempor ary Government Introduced Presentation of the Measure Causes Considerable InterestReferred- To Committee on Pacific Islands and Porto Rico Washington A Joint resolution pro viding a temporary government for the Isle of Pines was Introduced in the senato by Senator Dick The presentation of the bill created considerable Interest and at the request of Senator Morgan It was road and referred to the committee on Pa cHic Islands and Porto Rico It applies the canal zone government to tho island and In addition declares a policy with reference to it It Is as follows That until It shall be otherwise pro vided by act of congress or by treaty with Cuba tho government of tho isle of Pines rightfully belongs to the Unit ed States of America That until congress shall otherwise provide by taw all the military civil anti Judicial powers as well as the power to make all rules and regula tlons necessary for the government of the Islo of Pines shall be vested In Bush person or person and shall bo ox erclsod In such manner as tho presi dent shall direct for the government of the said Isle of Pines and maintain ing and protecting the inhabitants thereof In the tree employment of their liberty property and religion Cuba has up to this time exerolsed sovereignty over tho Island many of whose citlscns Including former Cln clnnatlnna have been contending that tho Island belongs to the United States CONFERENCE REPORTS The Two Houses Have Agreed on All Important Bills Washington Tho senate devoted most of Its time to conference reports on the railroad rate and puro food bills and the meat Inspection pro vision of tho agricultural bill All wore adopted The principal controversy was over the rate bill when Senators Bailey and TJllman had a heated colloquy on rail road lawyers There was much dis cusslon also on the meat Inspection provision A number of senators ex pressed themselves as willing only to accept tho house provision because It was attached to an appropriation bill and a deadlock would cause the fall ure of the supply bill The senate adopted tho Joint resolu ton fixing the time when the rate bill shall go Into effect at two months after Its approval by the president Vice President Fairbanks announced his signature to tho railroad rate bill Tho bill had already received the sig nature of the speaker of the house Conference reports were considered In tho house Tho final report on the agricultural appropriation bill contain ing the meat inspection provision the senate eventually agreeing that the government should pay the cost of In spection was agreed to Other mat ters of vital moment were the agreement to the conferenco report on the puro food bill tbo Ohio river and Lake Erie canal and the naturalization bill ORDER OF OWLS Held Its First Annual Convention at South Bend South Bend IndSupreme pin cers and trustees of the Order of Owls with delegates from the subor dlnato nests held their first annual convention In South Bend The offi cers elected are W Talbot supremo president Burrcll J Cramer supreme past president George D Berotb supreme secretary J Lott Losey su premo treasurer John J Johnson su proms Invocator John D Burke su preme warden Joseph E Talbot eu premo councillor John M Cullen su preme organizer all of South Bond Supreme trustees Dudley M Shively South Bend Fred M Cook NIles Mich Arthur T J Ilewson Chicago Dr E A Pottljohn Chicago KNIFE IN HAND Congressman Bartlett Threatened To Cut Congressman Southwlck Washington What promised to bo a serious personal encounter be- tveea Representative Oehirge N Southwick of New York and Charles h Bartlett of Georgia was prevented la tho house by the intercession of friends Mr Bartlett holding a knife told Mr Southwick tho latter dare not say he lied or ho Bartlett would cut him Privilege Extended Washington President Roosevelt extended to the civil service em ployes mechanics ond in arsenals depots and divisionaljd de partment commanders emcee under the war department tho privilege of ihalf holiday during July August and September on Saturdays Business Failures New York Dusjneis failures In the United States for the week ending Jpho 28 number 14 C as against 173 tho previous week 186 in the like week of J903 and 204 in 1904 In Canada fdilures for the week number 2- as agalntt 19 last week Rebuilding Commission Stanford University Gal TJie board of trustees of Stanford unl crsity appointed a rebuilding com mission of tho engineering faculty of the university with lull rcsjxmaftillty for the details of construction MRS JAMES TANNER IS KILLED n WIFE OF COMMANDERINCHIEF OF THE GRAND ARMY Were on Trip To Ft Harrison In Au tomobile When Accident Occurred Costing Her Life UrJenn Mont Mrs James Tanner wife of the commanderlnchlof of the Grand Army of tho Republic was kilted hero In an automobile ac cident Mr and Mrs Tanner arrived here tho former being on a visit of In election to tho Montana department 01 tho Grand Army Mr and Mrs Tanner Mrs J 1C Toole wife of tho governor and Gen Lester Wilson of Bozeman mado up an automobile party On the way to Ft Harrison while going at a fairly swift rate along a narrow road the chauffeur turned out to make room for a freight wagon The road runs along nn embankment and the automobile ran oft tho edge turned over and threw the occupants out Mrs Tannor struck tho ground first and Mrs Toole and Gen Wilson fell on her Mrs Tanner was token Immediately to a hospital dying Just as she reached here The others wore not seriously hurt PLEAD NOT GUILTY iCourtThaw Arraigned of General Sessions New York Harry Kendall Thaw en tered a formal plea of not guilty when arraigned on a charge of murder In tho court of general sessions Tho plea was entered with a reservation that It may be withdrawn While waiting for the court to open Thaw chatted with newspapermen but would not discuss his case He an swored Not guilty distinctly Ito was remarkably cool and collected and nt times Ida pallid features were forced into a smile Thero Is much speculation regard Ing the contents of the letter received by Thaw which Induced him to request that Anthony Comstock visit him The letter which was addreeeml was In the handwriting of a woman STANFORD WIUTB- Tb Millionaire Victim ot Gotham Trc dr Tho letter was placed In a rack to bo given to Thaws attorneys but unin tentionally was given to Thaw It con talus something which Thaw told Com- stock over tbo telephone will pay to Investigate According to tho Globe investigation has brought to light the fact that Sum ford White who was supposed to bo wealthy had beon living beyond his income and was heavily In debt owing 1300000 to ono young member ot a prominent family and as much to other persons In addition to this tho Globe says White had drawn so heavily from the architectural firm of which he WAS a member that he had been notified ho could draw no more tint would bo al lotted a weekly sum which was not to bo exceeded Mrs Thaw hcWanothor long conference with her husbands attorney dur ing which she Is said to have related at length her life history especially hat portion pertaining to her acquaint ance with White prior to her mar lingo SENSATIONAL SCENE Motion Thrown Out of Court By Com man Pleas Judge Toledo OThero was a sensational scene In common pleas court when attorneys for two of the condemned Ice men argued a motion to set aside tho sentence on the ground that tho defendants picado3 guilty on promise of tho court that leniency would be shown that the court is prejudiced In passing sentence and that flue law Is unconstitutional Judge Kinkade threw tho motion out of court and vigorously assailed the attorneys for the defendants Both eldes used language not often heard In a court room The same motion has been filed in tho circuit court The court had reduced the fines and int prlsonmcnt of each of the five dealers to 2GOO and six months In prison To Celebrate Beginning of Work Washington To commemorate the beginning of work on the Panama ca nal Tampa FIn proposes to hold an exposition In 1908 The house pawed 125 to 30 a resolution to hold a naval review In Tampa bay during the expo sition IHeavy Cost According to the budgets submitted to the relief committee It will cost moro than a million dollars a year to dispense the money contributed for the destitute residents of San Francisco i MEAT INSPECTION BILL Amendment Discussed at Length in Congress The House Says the Government and the Senate Says the Packer Should Pay the Cost of Inspection Washington Representative Wads worth called up tho partial conference report of the agricultural appropria tion bill In the house nnd It was agreed to without discussion Mr Wadsworth then moved that the house Insist on Its disagreement to tho item In disa greement the meat Inspection amend meut Mr Davis moved that tho house recede on tho amendment putting tbo cost of Inspection on the Government and tho senate bo substituted with an amendment The speaker could not see how this could be done as tho house had con curred in tho sonata amendment with an amendment and could not see how the Issue could bo changed After some discussion over the par liamentary situation Mr Wndsworths motion that the houso further Insist on Its disagreement was adopted on a division 175 to 43 Then Mr Wade worth sprung a surprise on the house by sending to the desk a revolution that It Is the senso of the house that tho conferees do not recede from Its amendment known as the meat inspec tlon amendment and tho houso was taco to taco with the proposition of having a contest with tho senate Mr Wadaworth after referring to the disagreement about the date going on the cans and Insisting that It was necessary ho passed to the legal ques dons Involved Ills platform Iva elm pIe and expressed In two propositions The passage of this bill was necessary for tho protection of our foreign oom merco and for the benefit of public healthMr Davis favored what Is known M the Proctor substitute which he said had been the substance of the miner fly report It provides that Sle0Oe96 be appropriated annually and that a tax of five cents a head on cattle and three cents on sheep and hogs be coi Ifted and paid Into the treasury This Item It was assorted would pro duce an amount equal to half of the cost of protection- Mr Williams tRill the situation la tills The people the paekera have been and are voluntarily eHilangertag the public health and now they want the public to pay them for quilting It Rally round the eonfofeos was the logan of Mr Payne Stand by the judgment of tho house Put the In upeftlon on the govet moot where It belongs and make thbt Inspection a model of the world wore among Mr Paynes Impassioned sentences The resolution that It was the tense of tho house that the conferees refuse to recede was then adopted 101 to 41 The advocates of making tho packers pay for tho Inspection endeavored to securo a roll call but only 19 mom bers demanded a roll call HOUSE ONCEMORC AGREED Action Came Just As the Legislative Day Ended Washington ca more tho house has agreed to tho railroad con terence report This action came Just ns the legislative day of seven busy hours merged into tho evening cession ot general debate Members wore tired and hungry and good na tured but persistent applause cut short tho forensic efforts of several mom bers and a general leave to print sat fled every ono who wlshod to sot forth his position on the measure But one nepatlvo voice was raised against the report In the viva voce vote taken Mr Sherman penetrated the applause which had stepped Other members with n few sentences saying the report was sound and sensible Mr Richardson the house minority conferee on the bill opened the discus sion with a review of the conference agreement The point was mado by Mr Bartlett that tho railroads had evi dently slipped up on one point In the court review provision As It now reads he said it nowhere provided for an appeal from tho refusal nt circuit courts to grant an injunction It was only when an Injunction was granted that an appeal would lie to the su premo court Mr Gaines Mr Gilles plo Mr Curtis and Mr Driscoll were applauded so liberally when they en deavored to speak that their words wero lost and tho report was declared adopted while this applause continued Wisconsin Democrats Milwaukee WIs William Jennings Bryan was endorse as the stand ard bearer of tho democratic party In the campaign of 1905 by tho democratic state convention The pint form adopted will bo submitted as a recommendation to the candidates who receive nominations for the state llcqct at tho primary election In the tall Exact Miniature Washlngton The supervising archi tect of the treasury buts complet ed the plans for the Jamestown monument marking the place of the landing of tho English Tho monu ment Is to be an exact miniature of the Washington monument Registered For Drawing Bllllnjjs 3Ipnt Between 16000 and 17000 persons havo registered hero for the drawings of the Crow In iliac lands now open for settle meat This was the Ust day for registration HARVARD WON OUT OVER YALE BEFORE GREATEST CROWD EVER GATHERED ON A RACE DAY After Years of Defeat Victory Was Sweet Indeed For the Wearers of the Crimson 1ow London Ct Harvards varsity crow triumphed over Yale before the greatest crowd that over guilt Crud hero on a race day and com Ing after years of defeat victory was sweet Indeed to tho crimson It was a great Yule crow that Harvard de fouled n crow that had broken all records on the Thames In practice anti went to the stake boat a favorite and Harvards Joy is unconflned To Capt Fllley and Coach Wrny tho supporters of the crimson are offering the great Pet tributes that ever athletic heroes received Harvard won but Yale rowed n raco that will live long In the nnnals of college iport Not once from the start until tho last sixteenth of a mile did the shollsr cease to lap well other The men In the rival boats could see- each other for more than three miles and a halt ne tint one coxswain and then tho other called upon his crew for leg drive and body swing to his shell ahead Then and only KllhI did Harvanl really got tho load for the killing pco ptored too much for two of the Yale wen and In the final spat UoHltan and Nare of tho Blueo wore dose tholr oars literally eUpplug away from thorn AT COURT Mr and Mrs Longworth Were Pre tented and Then Dined London Coort WM made notablo by the presentation of Mr and Mrs Nicholas Loatwortb The royal circle WM munoroM and the proco stun of the king queen sad nffloom of state WM exceptionally brilliant The hints breast glittered with orders sad tilt Hton woes beautiful jewels The American preemletfotia In Ute diplo matte circle In addition to Mr and Mra LoiifWMrtB wore air sad Mrs Frederick W WhtterMco sail Miss Whlterldfte of New York John U1 Letabmnn Anwrtean ambassador to Turkey awl Mra Lotohman The pro FOBtattone hi the general circles worn Mrs Kroaertek Ueaedlct and Mtao Ma thllde Towneeml of Washing toa U C Mrs John Drexel Philadelphia Mla Hallle Bruno ed ot Texas After the presentation mar Edward tad Queen Alexandra pasood to tho ohpjK roost sad immediately sent for Mr and Mrs wgworth to join there INDICTED For Murder In the First Degree He Mutt Answer In Court New York I tarry Kemtall Thaw was iBoJtctad for murder In the first degree for the killing of Stanford While on tho Madison Square roof garden Ilk wire Evelyn NesbH Thaw appeared as a witness before the grand Jury but begged to be ex cased from giving any testimony what over She was treated with every con allocation by Awhtant District Attor ney Rarvann and by the jurors who did not Insist that she should answer any questions Thaw will plead to the Indfoljnenl In court No time vK bo sot for the trial until District Attorney Jerome returns to the city- PEOPLES PARTY CONFERENCE Concluded Its Labors and Adjourned Sine Die- S Ixuia national commit tea at tho peoples party con olililcf Its labors and adjourned sine dieThe work accomplished consisted principally In the adoirtlon of A rose lutlon introduced by II J Mulling el Tennessee providing that the peoples party heartily agree In the work being performed by the conference provis lonal committee for the purpose of con centrating and centralizing the reform organizations of the country Into an Integral party of the peoples party- J M Mullett of Cleburmj Tex waf- elected treasurer of the finance com mlttee Canal To De Finished In Eight Years New YorkThat the Panama ca nal will bo completed In eight years from the prazcnt tlmo Is tho belief of Chairman Shonts of tho Panama canal commission Mr Shoots made bile prophecy Just before sailing for 1ho Isthmus ou tho steamer Pana ma in company with Chief Engineer Stevens ot tho canal Mr Shonta sled that tho recent decision of congress that the canal bo the look typo will not result In any great Increase in the working force In the Immediate future es Done Issue Sanctioned Santiago Chile Tho Chilean gov ernment has sanctioned the Trans Andlnp Construction Cos Ismio of bonds valued at 1390000 bearing five per cent and guaranteed by Chile for 20 years To Be Preserved Intact Washington Tho 70000 art col lection of the lato Harriet Lane Johnston niece of President Buchanan and mistress ot the white house during his administration will be preserved Intact at the Smithsonian Institu Lion Bride and Groom Killed Philadelphia Four persons two of them a brldo and groom wcr Wiled on tho Philadelphia ft lead ing railroad by an ixcursioa trait which run down their carriage at tin station re The Duty of IJ Forgiveness Sunday School Lenon tor Joly8 1906 Sfwtun Pffptred fer This Paper IESSON TKXTJUtt IMlK Mom orv verses SI 9- OOLUKN TBXT Fortfve us our dtbtk as wo forgive our debtorsMSIL ClTJME8timm A D D Iml1lllltyo following last lesson PrACLtpentnum near tho Sea or cGIIUe BCWlTtnE KEFBnHNCES Far 1 Blveneii of God ns an example of ew forgiving Kx 2511 347 Num UIi Tr Sam ltll S Cliron Ml eh 527 JIA- c nli Hi nMi Ie1t1WS J rov Ira iw Ml UX lift Jer 35 ltJ4 JIIeCt J81I ttX ln 9t lies 114 ilk 1lIfJ q 1Alial1T J47 CeL 2tl 1 John IS l ftj r tog ono another Irov 1911 Matt 1 S4 tall ildi X Mark HS bake c ws i1l 114 1fl I t Cor 21 Eph Ut COl jJi JU I IIIL 21 ors4Ytnic enefieri Prov J41T 11 all ft Matt 144 Luke ttlt Item 1111 JT e 1araWe Illuttratlnef reridv M M no Forgiveness of Cod a Matt HMMI Luke a I Our part Ink erglwoeea Malt 1111 l Luke II W Knsmptra of romtv iM a Joseph ril4JU Mae I Num nl lit DavJ 14 tiI1t Lake M JtIJi UICemuInt flerfttelNlWtemper to the utmost Especially la this true of the amblUouk splrtta who f seek to lie nrat ai doMrlbtd In ocr Mat lessen As Prof Druee eaiYAn amWtlotM men Is sure to W tit p receiver of many offenses real itMImaginary He la qllk to tame D rente and stew to forgive or fsta tlwrong But the danger assails all elsasea and even the very mint 1 Oe to him privately std alone If our object to to lain Gilt brob rand balp him to do right we will- net make known the wrong to then make It a matter ef nNMtsty for that makes the eettltMOSt tar menu difficult Hta pride M swat self re spert will tend to keep MB from a hnewtadglBg his fault TUIa to a mot t Important iwrtnelplr The wtee h al af a grist aaylam told Me that la dent big with the Insane it WM r the m d aradleacwas lnAiietiee4 hy the prescMa of oil cijetc The wisest teacher et my aJqualntaaro deals In the sass Jjwltebrother will he mist likely to hji 1thee sad UMH bait ajalned thy broIl er Ralneii him fir rlgkteevaajoea for mlvnllon fir a ChrltUan 1ft and probably u a friend L If this talk then the ant ter- is U Its kelp front one er two other and If this falls trim the targtr com BW aU1 If this falls he U to he to- yes a heathen and a publtoma eat side of year rellgtooa and social com panT but not outside of your Joys and sari and desire to help leRom 1219 M In all cases the elf Joel la not revenge but to save anit help the offender Henry Wan r nc cher used to say that he leokiMl upon those who maligned ills iiiii said kilter things against him atiMc i e people whom be must try to mm ot yThenr4qJesusto change from ono topic to taetlior Out this romlng between two dlteiu atom on InJurUa and the treatment of those who Injure us ls approprl r ate U Implies that Jesus underst0oil that lies precept was very hart to practice almost beyond human pew er till filled with the prlt of Owl Therefore he urges not simply prayer but united prayer even of two or I three If more cannot be obtained For V they mutually encourage each other In faith and oaruostnwe Two lire y brands together make a larger hotter flame than If they were selwretedtt We mutt not fancy that Get hat a partiality for a little meetlllJ or that J JlberDrttotoVs 21Z Bishop Warren suggest that the preceding discourse on for c gtvenoM had so stirred up Peter that K bo put It Into practice Pound fault with often as impetuous moo are apt to be he asks how long ho Is to bear i It The rabbis said forgiveness was ati to be expressed three time Compare Amos 24 and Job 3329 margin Vs 2321 A Contract Between Two Debt 23 A certain king whiCh would take account of Uetter a rn V make a reckoning with hlir servants his officers as governors or 1Irioblcn who were farmers of taxqs V 24 One was brought unto him tcordAccording to the Oxford Cyclopedia Concordance u talent of silver In New Testament times equaled GOOO denarii tbe pence of tho parable r 1fPttbeClassical Dictionary makes tlm amount n llltlo over 10000000 i tSoJ your hearts Not merely In form and in words not a sham or lip par don but real unreserved enduring Jpardon repented times without ntinV her an the occasion demands 1 Only those who forgive can no + the nature of things receive forgive ness with Its 2Our first bleIlngJJforgiving against us We cannot even sincerely pray the lords prser VBCM we hart this spirit t I feUnder the Red Robe By STANLEY JWEYHAN ferrl ltmtkIUEUr t WejB CHAITKR XIV COXTIXUKD I stared at him und wan dumb Romohow tho utrongo thlnga I had aeon since I loft my lodging tho our prises I had found awaiting me here had driven inj own fortunes my own peril out ot my head until this mo meat Now at thin quwttkm all returned with a rush My heart heaved suddenly in ray breast I utrovo for a cayor of the oW hardihood but for the moment I rould not find a word nVW he Mid tightly a taint smile lifting his mustache You do not apeak You loft Atich with him on the twentyfourth M do DtraalL So mUch I Know And you reached Parts without him last night He has not rtrtn you the Up1 with sudden ani mationNo Monidgneur I muttered Ha That hi good he answered sinking bock again In his chair For the moment Iwi 1 know I could de Vend on you And now whore is her he continued What bare you done with him lie knoxm much and the sonnet I know It the bettor Are your projtlo bringing him M de Borault No Mantdfutur I slaminrrod With try tips HU very Rood humor his benignity appalled me I Irrw how terrible would be the rbanc 1ow fearful bis ego when I shcuid tm him flip troth And yet that I Uil do UorQKlt should tremble before acv maul I nnrrml mytelf as it wn to tbs teak No Yuur llmlncnf i t said with the coumgt It desnaI l ar not Urobght hIm becauM I la set him frss- Ileestlee you havewhst T ha t clalmaO He latatd forward his band on the arm of his chair and hip RK li1 tcrtSK eye growing Mh lustant smaller seemed to rend my encl Ilecaiw I han let him go I re PffttstlAsMl why bo fald in a Girt like the rasping of a Silo HfCBHiw I took htm unfairly I answered d q eraUiy DseauM Mon K lcnMir 1 am R geotlrman and abtask shmiM bue been given to one- ewhn was net 1 tOut hIm If you mut know I eontl md ImpaUently UM ttrowinttbolderby betrayiqglit lt my lifeot whkh you were goal- enough to throw something In my 1ectli when I was taut hllroI have Hover done that and 1 will not ADd MI mi let him freof j Yen1 Alter you had brought him M fi Audit Y II r 4 Ami In point of fact saved htm from corne+ ts YIU t anllWClrtd despcraihly J+ LTJjtr what ot the trust I plceed In you rirrahT bit rejoined In a tan I herfOf1AYOI who prate of trust and conf- l4knr who received your Ute on parcl wouldtavnanswer too that AVhat of tho trust I Q placed in ynur Tho answer In simple I said hnisslij my shouMera with a touch of rny oM itclf I am here to pay tha penaltyAnd do yogi think that t do not it now whyT he retorted striking hU ono hand on tho arm of the choir with Jo force which startled me Bcraiusn you have heats Sir that my power yeterdnyIbovp withered nod paralyzed Herons f but have n care Have a care he continued not loudly but In a volco like n dogs snarl You and thov oUicrs Have a nro I say or you may find yourself inlirtaken yet As Heaven shall Judge mi on ewered solemnly that le not true Until I reached Paris last night I know nothing of this report I came hero mJwnor nences hnnia that which you gave me on trust For n moment lie remained In the fixe4tyvco romew n Good enough to ring that bell Be told Itslood on n table near rae I rang blnckt0 placed a paper In his hand Tho car iJInal looked at it while tho man stood A with his tired obsequiously bent my fccart beat furlotiriy Very good the cardinal maid after a pauso which i seemed to me to bo endless Let the openAand retired be 1itad the ecratu I heard a little bell fine somewhero In the silence and In ft moment tho cardinal stood up Fol SeW met hit nald with n strange flash keen eyes JfIused ehed I stood sable while he to tho screen then I followed bias Oudlde the first door which Mood open we found nlnht or nine persapepages n monk the major 1ioIuO Pel VtAIlIlrrl IJ ttt f 1 precedaIorder we passed through tho first room and the second where the clerks stood with bent heads to receJve us Tho last door ot the antechamber flow open na wo approached a score ot voices cried Place Place for Hte Immi nence We passed without pause through two linen of bowing lackeys and entered an empty room I The ushers did not Imow how to look at one another Tho lackeys trembled In their shoes nut tho cardinal wallied on apparently unmoved until ho had passed slowly half the length of the chamber Then ho turned him self about looking first to one stile and then to another with a low laugh of dorlslon Father ho said In his thin voice what docs the psalmist My I am become like a pelican lathe wlldcrnoAft and like an owl that Is In the doBort The monk mumbled assent And later In the came psalm Is It not written They shall pariah but thou shall endure It is so the father answered Amen Doubtless that refers to another life the cardinal continued wjth his slow wintry smile In tho meantime we will go baek to our books and our prayers and servo God and the king in small things if not In great Como father this Is no longer a place for UA Vanltne vanltatum omnia vonltas We will retire So ns solemnly as wo had enrae we marched hack through the ilut and second and third doors until we stood again in the silence of tho cardinals OrEN IT chamber ho and I and the velvet footed man in Wnok For a whit Richelieu seemed to forget mo stood brooding on tho hearth with b eyes on the embers OOM I heard him laHgh and twice be uttered In a ton of bitter mockery the words Fools Fools Fools At last he looked up saw mt anJ started Ah he IIdltl I had forgotte- yon Well you are fortunate M till neriult Yesterday I had a hundred client Today I have only ono nnl I Clmnot afford to hang him But for your Hberty Uiaf Is another matter- I would havo said something he turned abruptly to the table an alttinK down wrote a few lines on puce of paper Then ho rang his bell while I stood waiting and confounded Thn man In black came from behind tho ncreon Take that letter and tills gentleman to tho upper guard room Ills Eminence wild sharply I can hear no morn ho continued wear ily raining his hand to forbid inter ruption The matter Is ended M OTe ncrault lie thankful And in a moment I was outside the door my head In a whirl my heart divided between jrratltudo and resent ment Along xtvoral passages I fol towel my guide everywhere finding tho tame silence the same raonnntlc itlllncfts At length when I bad be gun to confider whether tho basilic or the chaleet would be my fate he stopped at n door gave me the let ter and lifting tho latch signed mo to enter I went in In amazement and stopped In confusion Before me alone just risen from a chair with her face moment palo the next red wit bluthcs stood Mademoiselle de Coflho foret I cried out her name M do Beratilt olio said visibly trembling You did not expect to see mo I expected to see no ono BO little Mademoiselle I answered striv ing to recover my composure Yet you might have thought that we should not utterly desert you she replied with a reproachful humility which went to my heart Wn should have been base Indeed If we had not made some attempt to save you I thank Heaven that It ban no far sue ceeded that that strange man has promised ma your life You have seen him T abecontinued eagerly and In another tone while her eyes grow suddenly large with fear Yeti Mademoiselle I liars seen him I said And he has given me mylifeAnd 1 And sent me to Imprisonment For how long she whispered I do nit know 1 answered I expect during the kings pleasure She shuddered I may have done rl1uredl001It for tho best I told him all and yes perhaps I did harm But to hear her accuse herself thus when she had made this long and lonely Journey to save tnt when she Gad forced herself Into her enemy presence and had an I was sure she iA a than I could bear lIusB Madtmot xellft hush I said almost roughly You hurt me You have made mil happy and yet I wish that you were not hero where 1 fear you have few friends but back at Cocheforct You have logo more than I expected and a hundred times more than I deserved Dut I was a ruined man before this happened I am no more now but I am still that and I would not have your name pinned to mine on Paris lips Thoroforii goodbye God forbid I should way more to you or let you stay where foul tongues would soon malign you Sho looked at me in a hInd of wonder then with a growing smile It In too late she said gently Too late I exclaimed How Mademoiselle Becaiuo do you remember M de Bqrault what you told me of your love story by Agen That it could have no happy ending For the same reason I was not ashamed to tell mine to the cardinal By this time It is common propertyI at her ax sho stood facing me Her eyes shone but they were downcast Her figure drooped and yet a smile trembled on her lips What did you tell him Mademoiselle I whispered my breath coming quickly That I loved she answered boldly raising her clear eyes to mine And therefore that I was not ashamed to hog oven on my knees Nor ashamed U be with my lover even lu prlron I fell on my knees and caught her hand before the last word passed her lips For the moment I forgot king and cardinal prison and the future ntlnIJ except that this woman M pure and to beautiful so far anon mo in all thing loved me For the moment Icity Then I rememboreil myself I stood up und thrust her from me In a widdon revulsion of feeling You do not know me I raid You do not know me You do not know what 1 havo done That Is what I do know she answered looking at me with a wondrous Finiln Ah but you do not I cried And besides thoro is tWa this between UK And I picked up the cardinals truer U bad fallen on the floor str turned A shade paler Then she said Open It Open It It U not Sul1 nor closed I obeyed mechanically dreading what I might IIH hen when I had it oiin I looked at the finely scrawled iisrnrtore with eyes askante But at lit I made It out It ran thus The klnci plraeure Ii tbat M J- IRult iMTlnic mixed hlmMlf up with attalrs of tab mire forthvrlt i to the manor of C thfort and conBfl himself within ha llmlm until the Mafu pleasure be farther known IUCJIBIIKU On Iho not day we wore married Tile tame eontng we left Paris and I roadlein hoariness A fortnight later we were atCoaho foret in the brown woods under the southern mountains and the great cardinal once more triumphant over smilingnben Tho floodtide which then set in lasted 13 years In lirltif until his death For the world had learned Its lessen and wax not to he deceived n second time To this hour thoycnJI aljaTilE BNDl GLADSTONES LOVING WIFE Tliuuulit Hrr Ilcuo loril iCuw Kverjlhlnir That Was to be Inn Mrs Charlotte Perkins Ollmt i nag criticising wife worship the old faith toned unreasoning blind admiration that woman paid to her husband in tin past regarding him as the hind Bomost bravest wisest and must learned of men Mrs Gladstone she said worshipped her husband in this way but then sho had some reason Even ID her case though the good ladys exag gerated wife worship would Bomettcrei make her appear rldlculour Thus the was staying once at r country house and on a certain even lag having finished dressing before ththroom three or tour gentlemen wor Giacucslng the misfortunes of Ireland One of them as she entered saliU I cant Imagine what will be tin tate of poor old Erin but theres One above who knows Yes said Mrs Gladstone compla cently he will be down In amlnut He la upstairs brushing his hair Sluterd AVI lie tie Slip My first day lit India mid the tourist I was surprised when I awoke In the morning tn feel how smooth my face was By Jove t said how slowly ms beard grew yesterday I hardly need to shave today It is however a matter of rellglba With roe to shave every morning aud so I bMe the native servant a man provided by my host to fetch my 8hiv ing things Tho native smiled But you are already shaven sir ho sold Alriady shaved said I Yes silo ho answered I ilmved you while you slept That is the cus tom here I found thnt he was right I found that in India these wonderful native ecrvanta shave their masters In bed every morning without waking them All tliroiiGLny stay In India I was shaved like that It was almost enough to keep mo In that hot and horrid COintrv fn erv t r lM M a ONLY THREE CENTURIES AGO Remedies Prescribed for Human Ali ments Among Enlightened ltoJlte 10 An antiquary read from a gray little bookA comb made of the right horn of a ram euros the headache If It be on the rlftit side of the head being combed with It ot the left horn forth left aide Ho trailed and resumed Tho cough Is easily cured If tho party troubled with it spit three or four times Into a frogs mouth but It must be Into the mouth of the same frog You can keep her alive In a little water The nntlqilnry8 book was called Golpeiipers School of Phyalck or tho Exptrlmontal Practice of tho Whole Art Its author was Nicholas Cul pepper and tho date of Its publication 1023 Fqr the volume which was a first edition tho antiquarys price was 175 Ho read from the book the follow fag odd extracts To draw a tooth without pain fill an earthen crucible full of ommels or ants call them by which name you will eggs and all and when you have burned them keep the ashes with which If you touch a tooth U will drop out Mark where a swine rubs himself then cut oft a piece of the wood rub any swollen part with It andI will help It with this proviso where the hog nibs his head It helps the kwelllng of the head and where tho neck those of tho neck etc Shave the crown of the head of one that Is sick and lay upon the shaved place rhue stamped with oil Of roses binding it on and If the party snoese within six hours after ho will live wile not THE KING AND THE PRIMATE Touching Incident of the Coronation Ceremony of Englands Prtc cnt Ruler The coronation of King Edward VII vaa characterised by a human touch which if pleasantly brought out In the recently published memolrs ot the late Dr Temple rchlbshop of Canterbury The coronation was completed and the catbronitotlon with its solemn address to the sovereign by the archbishop followed says Youths Companion There remained only the homage which according to the arrangements for the curtailment of the whole ceremony was to be tendered by the archbishop both for himself as the first subject of tho realm after the blood royal and also for the other prelates At this most emotional point the age and ceep feeling of the archbishop mastered for n few momenta bis iron will and Nhcn noTHSkoTrhH kneea ho was unable to rise again The king In his own serious weak ness affectionately helped the primate to his feet and BO this most touching episode ended BO far as most of the onlookers wore aware put when the archbishop recovered his erect attitude he laid his hand on tbo kings crowned head and In a voice of deep emotion said God bless you sir God blest you Cod be with you The king with grace and earnestness all his own caught the venerable prl matos hand and kissed it They Sometimes PalL It is said that whenever a girl want a certain man she gets him Ob thats a mistake Some men die too soon Mystery in Politics Wont Borne student of human nature klndly tell us how und why it Is that a discredited politician whoso methods aro about as bad as they can be and who Is utterly without moral scruple In the practice of po litical arts Is BO frequently round to be free from about all the minor vices I clean and upright In his private char acter and personally kindly courte Otis and capable of winning and keep Ing warm friends of all shades of po IIUca opinion Boston Herald MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati June O 1630lIuHOQSOholce ruicktr 6 SB M B 30 Mlxrd packers 6 EO CB5 K A 11 113 Spring extra 8 10 815 KIOllltSnrlnK patent 4 65 ft 4 M WHEATNO 2 red SS I 59 COKNNo S mixed 621- 4OATSNo I mixed fili It HVB No t choice do 54 HAHLKYNO HAYChoIco umolr1sl ftitM- ieraPOHK Clear mess inoo UllnTTnltholesChoice creamery o aAPPLKSCholcf 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give Letter satisfaction than other makes because the standard pus always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit fr inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 000000000000000000000000000o 0- i Berea and Vicinity i o- S GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i 1tioorpoio R B Porter and daughter are visiting relatives in Berea J W Pauley ban gone to Ford whore bo will work at bis trade Anna Branaman of Wildie has boon visiting J J Brnnaman this weekCharles F Bender loft for his home in Edinburg 0 Tuesday morning Howard Jolly representative of tho Rock Island and Frisco Systems was in town Tuesday Q E and W H Porter visited a sister who lives in the eastern part of tho state this week i Rev James Parsons preachedan interesting sermon at the Congrega tional Church last Sunday Otis Lacefiold of Bevier is clerk ing for tho Porter Drug Co Mr Lacefiold is a nephew of the Porter brothers Miss Alva Early of Fayette coun ty and Master C C Early of Lexington aro the guests of Dr Switzer and family- E T Fish is on the mend and was doubtless Helped along that road by tho recent visit of his brotherDr C B Fish of Frankfort John Pasco is home this week nursing a badly sprained ankle and will probably be detained from busi ness for a week or longer Rev Pasco reports that the smallpox e quarantine has been raised at Corbin so that ho is now permitted t t to fill his regular appointments at that place Harley Racer our inimitable mon ologist left Monday for Eastern Kentudky where ho will give a ser ies of his splendidentertainments and lectures Mr Racer expects to be away all summer J Dalton who has been living near Richmond has bought the Bra naman property on Center street G D Holliday and has recently moved in there Mr Parker cousin of Mrs Sallie Bogie arrived from Kansas City last week to spend a few days hero This is tho first time in thirty years that Mr Parker has visited Berea Robert Pendleton of Pebworth Kyf a student of tho Model Schools last year a very promising boy was accidentally drowned while bathing in the Kentucky river near his home last Saturday- A delightful trip was made to An gliufl Falls during the past week by a party including Miss Cameron Miss Wolfe Miss Swing Dr Hub 1 boll Frank E Hamilton and some w of tho College boys F Freak E Hamilton who has been Farm Foreman and Instructor in- Agriculture let Borea Saturday morning On tho evening before a pleasant reception was tendered him in Misa Camerons rooms On be ed Miss Cameron loaves today instead of last Tuesday as first intended The Berea Public School begins next Monday July Uat 8 oclock Miss Etta Moore leaves tonight to attend school institute at MtVernon Mr II B Mateling is stopping at the Duncan House and will leave Saturday of this week Mrs Florence Durbin of Norwich la spent few days lost week with her aunt Mrs Nannie Baker Lonnio Gillpn of Lexington him returned home after a low weeks visit witE his mother Mrs Baker Dr and Mrs Clagget and daughter Mary from Mono S D aro visiting with Mr and Mrs W H and G E PorterMr O W Lacefield of Muhlen berg county has become a resident clerkshipIMr I C Baker is spending sev eral weeks with relatives in Missouri and Kansas Letters from Mr Baker report him having a splendid trip in the west Mr Dick W Miller of Richmond a prominent Democratic politician with property and other connections in Alabama died very suddenly last week Ho took an active part in the legislative attack upon Berea College Rev A E Thomson will preach in the Union Church house next Sunday at 1045 A M and 715 P M The night service will be forty = five minutes long All aro nsked to bring their Bibles to the morning service Mrs Jos D Hill and little daugh ter Hallie of HoldenMo are visit ing their aunt Mrs Nanuio G Baker Mrs Hill was formerly Miss Tillio James of this county and has many relatives and friends here who wel Koutuckybomo The Parish House baseball team appeared on Athletic Field on Fourth of July ready to cross bats with tho Baptist Church basball team The latter did not show their noses so tho game goes to the former team by default which allows for a score of 100J Dalton formerly resident of Borea but more recently of Rich mond has returned with his family and have located on Center street corner of Rawlings place Mr Dalton expects to giro the people of this community an upiodato black smithshop Howard Dizneywho has been kept from Sunday school for a weekor two bats returned Ho says his hours are long Are they more than 24i If not Howard just go along Count your many blCMlngn TO CURE A COLD IN ONE JI VV Take LAXATIVE IIHOMO Quinine rabidUrunUti refund money If it lll to cure H w- aROVksslgualurefsoneechboe rime 0t U llrnl On Saturday Juno aOth up on Invitation of Capt Tamos West Post a goodly numborof the menders of the G A H Womans Relief Corps and Sons of YetontnR had a joint picnic on the grounds of Prof Dodge in the forenoon biminoHS meetings of G A RI11ul W R Cworo hold ill Masonic Hull and tho Parish house Shortly after noon dinner was serve on tables sequel from the College Prof Dodges ling was run uptho one which ho hns hind planted in his yard Tho afternoon speeches woro crisp tend appropriate sonic reminiscent suite serious BOIHO racy P J Fair i loy actedas master of ceremonies and called out C H GroRvenor li V Dodgo Mrs Mary II Dodgo Misses Etta Mooro ami Adulia For C Fay HaiiBon Jan M Qabbiml Horace Yates Stephen Farris Lowif- lSaudlin Joseph Keecu and 12 B Hancock Two appropriate songs uoro rendered by Mrs C H Ores vonor and wore highly appreciatetl Our Our IEiiRlhr i Engineer Dick is puny on his va cation Ho has Irma wifo and baby with him all right but their outing doesnt at nIl resemble those vacation cartoons you Imvo noticed lately in thin Louisville Humid Honestly now tho major has boon studying those cartoons for n week in the hopo that his researches might evolve some thing that could bo called kin to Georges experiences And tho lot was labeled Typical American Vaca tions Now The Citizen claims tent anybody that knows George Dick and thats wuryliody knows tint when his Americanism is subtracted from Georges anatomy thoro isnt much of anything loft Maybe if ho had loft tho wife and baby homo this lime name slight truce of American ism might have been unearthed As it was wo question the Amuricauism of those cartoons notwithstanding thoir high sounding name Hives and babies thoro woro galore but uono that by any juggling oould lx laude to look like Mrs Dick G D Holliday our hustling real estate man returnetl Wednesday from a trip through thin mountains in the interest of his business has boron gone several dny- sPUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that lute Board of Trustees of the town of Boron Ky will in said town at its regular Bosnian in Hanson Hall on Thursday July 10 1000 at 7 p m recoivo and act upon bids for tho franchises hereinafter sot out 1st Bids will bo received for a franchise to orect maintain and op unite a tuluphono system and exchange in the town of Boron Ky for a period of 30 years Tho hid ders howovor are to bind themselves to give immediate connection after erection of tho plant at Baron Ky with tho exchange of some telephone company of Louifivilln Lexington Covington Frankfort Danville Lan castor nut Richmond all in the Stato of Kentucky together with nil tho country subscribers of said ox changes 2nd Bids will bo received for a franchise to erect maintain and op orate un electric light system iu tho town of Boron Ky for a period of 20 years Tho bidders will how ever furnish good and sufficient tend to the town of Berea Ky binding themselves to comply with the conditions made by limo Board of Trustees at tho titan of sale of fran chino 3rd Bids will be received for a franchise to construct maintain and operate a system of water works in the town of Berea Ky for a period of 20 years Tho bidders however nro to bind themselves to comply with tho conditions of tho contract entered into with Iho Board of Trus tees at thin time of sale of franchise Each bid must lo accompanied by a good and sufficient bond to tho effect that thu bidder will faithfully carryout tho contract should same be awarded him and that workwill be actually begun and tho plant in operation within tho period required by tho Board of Trustees from tho granting of tho franchise Tho town of Borea reserves the right to make all reasonable regula tions and requirements in the award ofsnill franchise and hereby reserves the right to reject any or all bids Town of Berea Ky By DII GABBARD Chairman pro torn ATTEST E L ROBINSON Clerk We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands So emphatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of it ing appetite of giving restoristrength to the tissues to the nerves its action of a medicine Send for bee ample irwrr ft now N t cm rollna A CIVIII7HI KOUIITI1 lly MIMmt Nnnnnii In M M Tune Wo planned it Siman and Franklin mo tun Almira Frank lilt was crying nut OU wou1llut wonder if you know Mania mud rnpa were timing to Imvo a civilized Fourth they mid And they roac1 a great long piece out of a pajHi about its Ixiiug barbarous to vole unite the way wo didand how wi ought to Hutn moro civilizedway And Franklin wont out in the vooil shed and cried And I went out to keep him conimny BO ho wouldnt Ixi lonesome And tcried a little Wo know it would ho seine thing dreadful It couldnt help IH ing dreadful if it was any different from time way wo nlwnys kept the Fourth Thats what Fmuklitr said and hes going on nino Thou Susan cameo out Slum in twelve Site naked Franklin what was thin matter Tho measly old irotuthavid Franklin and ho clinked HO that Susan pelted him on tho luck No firecrackers no nothing said Franklin oooohoooolS- pookillg pieties and waving flags just like going to school 1 said I am half past seven Dont cry any moro children said Susan Wo will think up sonic thing grunt Woll have tho Inwt fun wo over hind in our lives Pooh wild Franklin aint no such thing aint nothing nay tutu crept firecrackers nod cannons Ill toll you what wo will do rued Susan wo will ho n company The Fourth of July Calibration Company Company F J You will Iw tho captain Franklin and Almim mid I will bo your lieutenants and wo will sib how many noldiors we- COli get into our company What will wo dot Franklin asked Susan brightening up seine at thin idoa of Iwlug captain Wo will put on our thinking onpa aUlllookamulIII for Homuthlng that will ho fun and will not hurt anybody or harm any property wild Susan When you iMjgiu to think HOiiioihlng is sumo to como Lots see now who will get tho first reonilt Franklin and I ran into time house mil got mainitVi and papas naiiu a lawn as soon an over we could Papa striil ho would contribute a tar arrol niid nmiiva said she would xmtribtito BQIIIO good things to ont Susan thought it would lx fun to dress up in historical roflliiuum and innido his Btreolfl with a drum and life and tinge and mottoes used every xxly to guess who wo wore couldnt think whet I would do lint Susan heljKMl mo and isaid it would be fun to Imo target shooting with FraukliuH gun that he shoots beaus with Tiion Mrs Fulrtom text door to us said she would help us make tho costumes and shin lint a lot ofoM fashioned timings And Mr Pettingill when ho hoard of it smut us a note and said ho wanted to join Hes worried every year for ear of lire Ho said hu would furnish a hand And Mr Forth joined nod said wo might have tho use of his grove and boats for nothing And Hjoplo kept coming amid Fninkliu did not cry any more amuse there vas no much fun getting ready wo hat all we could do Tho night before tho Fourth wo tooted on the horns nil wo wanted to nut then wo wont to bed At sun rise the boys rang tho hulls and then wo had tho parade and finished it up at Allen hall Wo had it nice brwik fust thoro nut tho lined played And then wo lad everybody guess who we wore Some 0110 called a name and tho others hind to guess which ono that was smith escort that ammo to time tumble It was great fun After breakfast we had boat races and target shooting and n groat po Into race that mado everybody laugh Yo had dinner in tea grove and HOIIIO or thorn mado speeches Franklin made a speech and they cheered him over BO much and said ho would lx an orator soma day Tho baud played too There wore swings stud laiumocks and games nod bathing nl1l1 boating Mr Fry who is the richest man in town got a man with an airship to como and shoe us what ho could do Somo of tho folks went up in it with him Franklin wanted to hut papa wouldnt let him Ho said air navigation was too uncertain an yet But evorbody in town was there to ItMr Wheeler said ho would coil tribute some fireworks or we might use the money that they would cost to bring some children out lucre thnt never saw the country We took the money anti wo had a whole lot of hem anti they were so excited tiny slid not know how to act At sunset tho boys rung tho bulls again ant wo had a lot of flinging in the hall anti it lunch and hand play lug And thou wo had the tarbarrels Then wo went home and were BO tired we could hardly hold ourselves up until wo got to our rooms Every bOdy said our Fourth was great fun The Best Medicine t In timo of slcklEsoo to it that YOllrIdoctors proscriptions nro compounded at POItTBRS Than you nro nbo lately flortain of getting tho beat modi cino skilfully carefully and cleanly prepared in oxnct accordance with your physicians initmctioni madf cino1 which will do the utmost bandit possible t a rr a The Porter Drug Co eiXCOItrURATED u un GG G e 1 Young Man Create i an Estate by insuring your I U Life with the Oldest Company in Ithc U SII Tie New England Mutual I Life Insurance Company of Boston jf i H C Woolf Agentf 8 G e o e Orrrrrtrrrrrt rrrtrterrIrrrrrrprrrvrrrrrrrrrtrrrrrrrrrrrr-ri DJ Getting Comfortable rs a fine nrt You cant do it without having just fI 1 a tho right sort of Furniture and just the rightrt tuno1nt We have nil the things you want make l Vv v d your house into a home 4 I a t oC t LOUIS 0 LESTER Y I Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave 93to ti- iritAAiltAilAititRailil ilitRilAA O tR Ail RitilAil i1AAAStelilA QIooooooooo o o oootloeo oo otsoso I o Special o000I 0 flatso f find that we aro overstocked on all kinds of o- We Straw Hats and we take pleasure in offering you aho 0 opportunity to save money on them Hence our special prices S rw for o 25 Cent Straw Hats Special Salo prlco10eta oU f u It If r It 80 rr o So 75a a If a n 00 n o o 100 a u U u 70o or oJ 111 rr a a 08 Ue 2o 0 1rOIt Tr If If a It 110io p o 2 00 b rt It e U 1 59Oc 1 1 2510ul a n It n It 170 n They will not last long at these low prices ffto Come car and at a before l r o attheybuying public in all their needs Visit us when in want of any thing in the line 1 3 a 00i L i The New Cash Store 11 oHorrls Rhodus A Co B REA KYLtI THE WOMANS CORNER t TRUE LOVE LETTERS i S A RULE WIIAT MAY lA CALLED COMMONPLACE in XoVq- r Letters of theNBrovrnines Jlever Dmendtil to Banality and Gush t Letters TbaLIntreneh on Delicacy Not True Expressions of Love i The Sweetness of a Mothers homely Letter to an Absent Child Isomeric Simplicity of Letters from San Francisco Sufferers vivid Pictures of Life of Former Isle Preserved in Lttttrs UT JtUlOAftrr 1C BANOBTKIt i H rtlhl IWB by JoMpfe a Mewls WOOB a taw years ago tho son of Uliitiert and Ultiaoeth Browning was induced IoU publish the Ion letters of his Saner auaVinoriier written to out UIlQctber Ift lie eonfldsnco and unr- esore of their mutual affection everybody shivered as If a blow had been lalruck at the uxm sacred and tender thing fHrtfe The Ant shock over everybody who I had bend inspiration and Joy ID the pool ot tho marvelously gifted paIr proceeded to reM the letters They were found to be not very unlike the Jute letters of other people with no jirotcnllona to genius and no ability to pour themselves out In splendid verse Father Mr nor Mrs Browning before their narrtaKO or after seemed to havu otJtaded to banality or put their Iuern wrr li6liet and affectionate and Hiirtble afd wsntiflon rather 4 mntttiplac nferelr the everyday let Vca of a cultivated own and an Intel lin nt woman whu understood oitedii oiUor cad were necessary to one anI oitiff hupflinoei What was true nf the Drowning cor r ipand Hce U found to be true In the main In all the ixiblUliiil love letters ot the world nero and there we find I II1clgh 41oka courtesy and exaggerated fnt youthful ardor and burn rrf lag enOitMlaun bIIu a b tko flonir r love if It tsto Yarn vimdtly on Hit mrth for a life titan llnflit ns n Rood A nh ire does with klndlluns that light other tint MronWr oembiutllrtee and do nut burs out with the first ivld flash live letters that overflow In the lan lt ot passionate devotion that con tiin too great on amount ut protesta tion or that intitmch on delicacy ami modesty are not the expressions of true love There tea be no toni love where there Is not the hlphen esteem and the most chivalrous regard Take for example tho tellers ox hanged by litisband and wife when they are temporarily separated Of every5dayll inunlcation swift find sure thcre is uo Tenon why members of the tame fam Ill should not exchange letters Ire quently sad constantly when they arc d separated by business or pleasure but altboUS t na f lo a ceaapy II to rtiither1iintioItBh the tf Sao to ipoak the snmohcurlbcat 410 not flllwholeBbeIa s Wlthdeclarll lone of1ldmrrnuont All thntU in the past Msfy writes about the children about Johnnys I Vliooplnit rongh and Fannys school report sea the new paper on the watts wind the HUia thins that make up the ally num of dally life These aNt far I o etvelcomo and far more interesting tb the absent husband than the finest essiy on Life and Friendship could thhIntommencement sly t njrCDnt cqJ I g wculd tunyite out oft l1Sf On- laI part Jarlt wvi UQ Ibe road t- l 0 people lie Mil suet of IhonwrcMa has had In business of the Incidents d episodes a manThneiVli away trom VtIor ELICATE E Is Worked on Exquisitely JPiae KatcriAl Iud Applied to Back ground Equally Tine mlMiTnANBrAEEKr cunuoiDKnv r + The lIluntJit la + iSs6i tx icecilingly tasteful and quite novel spraysit taro wife cr Ywr husband sonvejs a whole world of Mnboundcd nfloctlon and regard The shortest totter brought by the postman and handed In at the breakfast table is a hand claap that conveys a heartthrob S Letters of a Btlll more tender sweet ness were It possible are forever flit ting Across the continent In Uncle Sams mall letters sent by tnothon to absent sons to daughters at college or to children away on a visit Some o tho sweetest letters ever wrltUm are penned by hands that are more accus tomed to the broom end the rolling pin than to Ink and paper So many wise cautions tO ninny gentle remind ors so many loving counsels weave themselves Into homely letters that go from the farmouse or the city flat to the distant child that ono fancies the recording angel smiles III ha peeps over the writers shoulder Every great catastrophe a tornado an earthquake a vast conflagration or a disaster vt sea Is the occasion of let ters that In their stralghfarward and pithy narrative surpass much that Is written directly for tho press When San Francisco was destroyed by earth quake nnd flame and Its thousand upon thousands of happy people were made homeless In a day tho first mall bass wero burdened with letters of They4ereances who wntchxl for them eagerly Wad snatched nt every detail with on avidity that oould not WIll Times like those test the sincerity of love and letters written In the ground swell Of hamelessness sn1 loss come straight from the heart it Is curious to note In letters of this kind characteristics ot bravery and fslth In an almost oat versal absence of complaint People who lost everything they bad In the world were Impressed with the sufferings ot others and wrote us If they had been spectators of a calamity rather than victims Instantly by wire and post so soon as it was possible tangible relief went flying from the east to the west not merely In great contributions but In individual sums that In every Dare meant teal solf denial and sacrifice Love and letters might be Interpret ed life aud letters In casea like this Looking over the vast range ot literature wo discover a little to our mir priic that the greatest achievements of genius are nurpasecd by the same authors In their letters to kith and kin Carlyle for instance was tnag nIDcent as a historian and essayist and undlvalled as a biographer but nowhere lion he nppeal so directly to the heart on when ho Is writing to his old mother In the little cottage at homo in Annandale or to his sister or brother In the wilds of Canada If ws would look for pictures of life In any period we must go to the letters of the tithe letters not written In cortimonl oua terms or In full dress but by the TamVfire on the march or In the haste of the last hour before bedtime A caution may be addressed to all writers ot love letters especially before marriage Never write that which would cause you a blush or a fleeting embarrassment should it fall Into the wrong hand miters sometimes go astray It Is foolish and futile to pour out upon paper a string of fulmme sd Jectlves and superfluous superlatives that really mean little Love should not waste Itself In written endearments that lose roll by needless repetition Love Is n thing that should stand the wear and tear of life that should wash and not lose color or fiber that should nd lrO wind nod tun nnd neither fade nbitarnl8h The best love letter Is the one that thejeclplent may hold close toher while would not blush thoutdlt by dccldcnt fall under the eye of a stranger MBROIDERY as light and feathery as possible are worked upon whlto mousiellno do solo or cambric which In Its turn is ap plied to a background of sott colored silk or of the lastmentioned mat r1at As shown In tno Illuatratlalb tho work Is adapted llu nightdress Huchot upon which a design ot Mi chaelmas daisies Is worked partly on Ivory moussellne do sole partly on itIilarly delicate This style ot embroi dory also works out wen and max pensively on batiste wltli soft book muslin over It nnd such loved shadiaare to be had In the former material that it lends llsnlf mimic ably to the ptirposaof background To Brlgbten n twitch For brightening switches of false hair dip then Into common ammonia wlthpiUlullon llalfa pint Is enough for JItIcHar1ilie and tho dipping lit said to revive It and make the hair look ai U Jurl cut from the head r Y JERRYS SYSTEM It Was TJndoubtedly Good But Ha Had Not Got It Into Work tag Order Jerry came homo from school full ot a new idea Tho superintendent came in our room today he told his mother and was talking about memories and ho said some ono a long time ago In vented having places to put things In kind of like pigeonholes In fathers desk then when you want anything out of them you look In and there fir ore Very good idea said mother and you need something of the sort Did you order tho sugar and spice on the way home this noon as I told you to this morning No said Jerry bliuhlng I forgot You see mother the system hasnt started up yet Well you must go back now and get them said his mother Before dinner asked Jerry rue fullyIt will help you to remember next time said mother So Jerry stopping only to get Solo mon his pet land tortoise ran back Ho stopped for the mall though and there ho found a catalogue of football supplies for himself and he studied that so long that the first school bell rang before he started home Then he went flying On the way be mot Mrs Nelson Tell your father Jerry to come ant see the baby this afternoon she said Hes very sick All right I will said Jerry There was only lime tar a very lit tie dinner and Jery put Solomon the tortoise down in tho library that led Into his fathers offlco This was strictly forbidden for Jerrys father was a specialist In nerve diseased and SOLOMON IAtSBD IN MIID WON OHR Solomons way ot suddenly and quiet ly appearing ontho floor or of trying to climb on a patients lap did not assist the owner of disordered nerves toward recovery But Jerry Intended to got the tor toise after luncheon Only he forgot He also forgot about Mr Nelson and tho mall for his father which was in lila overcoat pocket He dashed off to school with his pry cious catalogue which he remembered HE DASHED OFF TO SCHOOL WITH ma PRECIOUS CATALOGUE to take In his hand and was almost lateSomething Just as be was about to sit down caused him to remcmber all three things at otice and he stood up In hIs seat frantically signaling to the teacher Well Jerry sho asked Jerry hardly waited for permission but rushed homo A piercing shriek came from the li brary just as ho opened the door A very little old woman was standing In her chair her oyes shut and with her skirts gathered tightly around her IitoctoCH FUN OCfT FUTC TOEfcMPAMDEUW TO FLY A KITE while Solomon paused in mild cvondet In bill art of climbing up lit the chair whereon she stood Jerry grabbed him lust an his father came In one door and hU muther In the other Whats all this about esker his father sternly Ob father said Jerry brit ging the mall out of his pocket Heren the mall and I forgot Solomon and Mrs Nelsons babyand grtfat aunt Susan was scared at Hojoraon Solomon Indeed said greataunt Susan opening ono eye Tho critter came walking up to me in a way to stare the wits out of a graven Imago The system Isnt working yet evidently said Ills mother gently and trying not to laugh nrtalont Susan sat down and asked explanations Humph she said at Its concln sion The best system I know of Is to think of something and some one besides yourself And Jerry after he had put Solo mOD In his room U he dejectedly walked back to school was bcund to admit that she was right Boston Globe WINNING THE V C Exploit In the Zulu Country Which Placed Sir William Bereaford In the Honored Ranks The recent Jubilee In honor of the founding of the Victoria cross brings to mind many Instances of bravery which won that token of courage Among the heroic exploits which gained tho cross Is that of Sir William Boresford who won the trophy for a deed performed during the Zulu war The Incident Is recoiled by a writer In the English Illustrated Magazine During an encounter the Zulus pre tended to ncta wullcnlculated snare aa II brought the pursuing British Into a carefully prepared ambush A long line of over 2000 warriors suddenly sprang up flanking the horsemen Thdh the whole plain flashed Into life Hordes had been hiding In the grass Duller alert eye caught the danger Instantly and his voice rang out with Retire There was a qulyk volley of Zulu bullets and thre Englishmen I went down Beresford looking back paw one move Into a sitting posture lie who would extend succor at such a crisis must be brave and prompt qulek to decide and quick to act The Zulus were perilously near the fallen soldier Boresford measured the distance with his eye and thought he might Just do It lie galloped back to the wounded man dismounted and or derail him to get on the horse The poor fellow dazed and hurt as he was was not less full of the spirit of sacrifice He bade Beresford mount ThenDeffliCorllthat he would punch the mans head If he did not get on and be saved The droll argument prevailed The wound ed soldier allowed himself be hustled on the horse late rescuer scram bled on In front and set the good little beast going at his best pace As it was the two would have been peered had not Sergeant OToole turned back and with his rifle held the closepressing Zulus at bay When Sir William received the noti noo loa that the Victoria cross had been awarded him he returned the answer that he could not receive any rae ognition of service unless It was shared by Sergeant OToole Immediately siother award was made Both heroes received the badge of distinction that marks Englands highest approval of conspicuous bravery As It Impressed Him What is reform asked the 1m preislve speaker Well answered Senator Sorghum I dont know exactly what It Is But Its something weve allgot to holler for Whether we want it or not Washington Star Johnny Knew Sunday School Teacher Who loves everybody Johnnie Johnnie Sly pa does cos hes try ing to get Into the town council Tit nlte e WITH ALL CUE MIGHT TO TOLD TIME OTEIHG OF THE LJGHT Ttitifo T THAT CQA33S OUT1 Of OIGHT iSTA1CE ODDS AND END VALUATION AND TAXES Fixed Against Public Strylce Corpora tions In Kentucky Frankfort ICy June 2SThe slate board of valuation nail assessment has Ub1lieKentucky exclusive of the railroads Valuations were placed as follows Covlngton city water works value of franchise 1032016 tax 5363 South Covlngton Cincinnati Street Railway Co 945063 tax 472531 Newport city water works 242000 tax 1210 Louisville Water Co 13166698 tax 41C7 Louisville Railway Co 7683 254 tax 3841R Weston Union Tele graph Co total capital 900000 Cum berland Telephone CA 1000000 Cumberland Pipe Line Co 1000000 Postal Telephone CooIIiOOOO East Tennessee Telephone Co 500000 Southern Express Co 200000 Pull man Co 300000 Independent Long Distance Telephone Co 60000 Fay ctte Home Telephone Co 100000 BAR MEETING Kentucky Lawyers Meet In Convention and Elect Officers Winchester Ky June 29The fifth annual convention of the Kentucky liar association adjourned after one of tho most successful meetings The following officers were elected for tho coming year S D Rouse of Coving ton president W P floury of Union county first vice president W F Browder of Logan second vice presi dent W L Porter of Glasgow third vice president WilkIns G Anderson Jefferson county fourth vice president R C Talboit of Bourbon fifth vice president Tomas It Brown of Boyd sixth vice president D B Logan of pell county seventh vice president R A McDowell 6f Louisville Secretary and It C Stoll of Lexington treasurer The probabilities are that Bowling Green will be the next place of meeting WILL NOT CLOSE PLANT Improvements Will Bt Made During Temporary Shut Down Louisville Ky June 281ohn Cud ahy the head of the packing Interest bearing his name arrived front Chicago for an Inspection of the Louisville Packing Cos plant a Cudahy property Mr Cudahy said the Louis vllle plant would not be closed as re ported but that improvements would be made He stated that he was in fa vor of federal and state laws for rigid inspection of the packing Industry Mr Cudahy said the discussion 1n congress and In the press had not hurt the busi ness of the packers as a whole BOY WAS ABUSED His Tormentor Wai Fatally Stabbed With a Knife Mt Sterling Ky June 8A tele phone message from Torrent states that Allen Gllly a young man went Into J T Days storo and began to abuse a clerk named Ratcllffe Gllly is alleged to have hit the boy knock- Ing him down Ratcllffe drew a knife and attacked Gilly who was drinking and stabbed him seven times in the body Gllly Is dying and Ratcllffe was arrested and placed In Jail at Compton He Is only 19 cpntoltl Stabbed With a Knife Newport Ky Jung 28in a quarrel with William Hurtle whose home Is1n Latonia Ky August Holthnus 36 of Newport Ky was stabbed on the left shoulder and on the head at the new was tank Frrfht and Rose Streets Gin clnnatl where themen were employed Holthaus was taken to the city hos pital HartlQ escaped j Indlgriant Citizens Carlisle Ky June 29Tt Citizens of Carlisle will MId an indignation uectlng condemning the Illegal traffic In liquor In looal dlstrlas In th4 Courthouse yard Jailer Kookendoffer saving refused the use of the courthouse for such a purpose Old Colored Servant Dying I Lexington Ky June 29slant Margaret Pryor the famous old color id servant and bencclary of the wit jf the late MaJ Barak G Thomas Is seriously ill at the Thomas homestead and the attending physClan entertaln little hope for her recovery Will Defy Hoffman Louisville Ky Juno 29The retail druggists will keep their stores open on SundbYstdespite tits threats ot prosecution by Magistrate Hoffman This was unanimously decided upon at the annual meeting of the Re tail Druggists association Owens Nominated Louisville Ky Juno 29n one or tho stormiest conventions ocr held In Louisville W C Owens nn ox democrat was given the republican reinitiation for congress In the Fifth district Clayton B Blakey the op posing candidate withdrew Ball In Stomach Frankfort Ky June 29Robert Se money saloon keeper In the tenderloin section was shot by Geo T Thomp son the ball entering the s olnachanl It is thought Sembnes Is fatally fnjup ed Thompson sui rendered rr lt MORE CONFESSIONS Said That John Abner Will Tell What He Knows Lexington Ky June 27 Informv j tlon was given out here by a well known citizen of Jackson that John jllkImaking A confession and telling all allegeIon ox Mar AbnerIness I Byrd and Jouett and C J Brontton plotsItoI fear of being lulled Now that all ot the men feared by Abner are In iha I toils of tho law It Is said he is willing to take the witness stand and tell ut the plots ANTISALOON LEAGUE Gov Beckham Is Congratulated For His Stand on Temperance Frankfort Ky June27n Its annual address tho Kentucky AntiSaloon league congratulates Oov Beckham upon his stand for temperance ant announces Its purpose of taking part In the state campaign this fall culling on the candidates to declare them selves on the liquor questJon The ad I dress sots forth the purpose of the league to secure a majority of the gen eral assembly of 1908 for the purpose of extending tho provision of the new county unit local option law so as to include the towns and cities In elec IIIII off In the city of Louisville FOUR THOUSAND ACRES t Wealthy Man Donates Coal Land To Baptist Denomination Lexington Ky June 27At a meet ing of the historical society of tho Ken iuoky Baptist association at Richmond Dr A Oatliff of WHllamsburg Ky gave to the Baptist Educational society 4000 acres of coal land in WhItley county worth 200000 This donation Is the first towards raining an endow ment fund of 500000 dollars for thsr support of the Baptist schools of the state Gatltff Is the wealthiest man in Eastern Kentucky and has made immense fortunes out of coal and timber land speculations In the last 15 years Ho has for years supported Williams burg college the largest Baptist school in Eastern Kentucky AGAINST TAX Banks Are Dissatisfied and Will Refuse to Pay Frankfort Ky June 29 Counsel for the Merear National and First Na tional banks of Harrodsburg served notice on the state board of valuation that they will refuse to pay the taxes assessed agalnet them under the new bank taxing act All national tanks are affected and will probably with hold money until the question oC whether they have to pay the tax Is settled in court NECK WAS BROKEN Horse Dashed OH a Bridge and Into a Ravine Paducah Ky June 28DnlUkanll unable to control his horse Bruce Olt tunr a prosperous farmer of this county was killed In Graves county by the animal dashing off a bridge into a ra vine Glltum8 neck was broken In two places Denton Matthis a neighbor found tho horso standing guard over the body anti Glltuma hands lightly- grasped on the reins- Appointed Coffin London Ky Juno 9The appOInt- ment of William Coffin of Middles bore as consul to Muakat Oman waa stint to the senate by the president Mr Coma Is well versed In a number of language and has hadoxperlencw- in import business Coal Miner Ambushed Palnisvllle Ky June 27 Shermair Castle coal miner wits ambushed oa his shanty boat abbut ono mile from this place ExChief of Police Price arrested Will Welch Excitement U rush Louisville Tobcco Market Loulsvlllp June isSlx hundret and fifteen hhds of tobacco were of fared onthe breaks at prices varying from 585 to 1375 and 87 libda of dark wero offered at prices rangtrrj from 3C5 tot80S- uit For Receiver Henderson K Juno 29r D Wood formerly president of tho Unit ed Mine Workers flied suit against J B Farley his partner In the lion of the Kentucky Unionist and Advocate the mine workers organ toe the appointment of a receiver r Unwritten Code Prevailed CHyingsvllJe Ky June 29The trial of Harry cote resulted In a verdict liy the court of not guilty as to the charg of flat degree murder Colo WM charged Ulrich hartal Yale Bath county vaoiloleooMo44osoMo44oso owoeoioosoioioooleoooteooooo o i Eastern Kentucky News i 0o e1 0 r No ooneepotdeia pbUalled aaJeM 1lpe4 la ton by the wrttlr Ts use o I I tot for pibnuUoa bit ae u nl4uce of food faith Writ plainly 0 aonnnSotosoMOtloMoMoleotioMo oleo JACKSON COUNTY ALCOIIX July 2Wo ore needing rain very much hero nowTho farmers are nlmoflt through with their corn crops but corn is very small for this time of year Oats will not bo over half a cropJ W Davis who has boon sick for about 0 years is gradually getting worse all the time There Is considerable hauling of ties and tan bark from this vicinity just now to 1anola our shipping poiutTho schools will begin hero July 10th Margaret Mayors will teach in District No 50 = Lucky Durham nnc U S Coylo havo gone to Richmond today on business We are glad that the time has come when whiskey can not be sold any nearer to us than Richmond and hope to soon see the day when Madison county will drive it out of her borders which she can easily do under the County Unit Bill Wo admire the stand taken by Richmonds mayor along this line Tho children of Larkin Powell do ceased inmates of the M W and 0 H at Louisville are out on vacation and will remain with their uncle N J Coylo a month or longer KVKIIOKEKN July 2Rev C I Powell disap pointed a larger crowd at Pine Grove Sunday than has been there in six years John Holt got his arm dis located badly Sunday wrestling with Green McCollura W M Lake who has been sick is betterJ W Jones and wife enjoyed big honey supper at W M Jones Friday nightOld Undo Jacob Lake says he wont move to his Ridge farm this summer on account of storms All of Gauch landvisited Pine Grove Sunday SAND GAP July 2Poopleof this vicinity are about through laying by cornMr Tyler the nurse agent has been in hero selling fruit trcosRoy the little son of Mr and Mrs James Durham had his arm broken a short time ago but under care of Dr Baker is rapidly recovering Gracie tho little daughter of Newton Hurley is on the sick listMrs Jane Sparks and Frank Hatfield were guests at J R Durhams SundayEdward Dirpon and Garfield Durham of Sand Gap are visiting friends heroMrs Mary Kerby visited J R Durhams Saturday Four of thu Hobbs bros passed through hero Sunday en route to Hobbs Territory to visit relatives Our Evergreen correspondent no companied by John Lookout Witt and Rev Dixson attended church at this place Sunday wookJ R Dur ham and wife visited Lewis McGuire and family of High Top Saturday night also visited Rev Wm Powell and family of Pleasant Ridge Sun dayMr Durham took his telescope along and things were closely observe ed Several great heels and chigger toe nails were happily discovered Misses Minnie Hays end Blufle Abuey of Clover Bottom accompanied by Messrs Hays and Wild visited the Door Stables beyond here Sun day They said tho stables wore there all right but they didnt see any doorsJas and Edward Dur ham visited friends on Clover Bottom Saturday David Durham and tam ily visited John Johnson and family Sunday Wo are sorry to hoar thro the Citizen of our friend George Kerby having lumbago Poor Geo always has some kind of a go John R Kerby and family are plan ning to visit relatives at Hamilton in the near lutureC S Durham en gaged 28 worth of fruit trees of Mr Tyler Durham says he cant endure the thought of his children no fruit to eat or shade trees 1toplay underEdward Dirpin at church at Pine Grove Sunday Misses Bessie and Maggie Hurley were guests of J R Durham Sun dayThe long wearisome lawsuit in which Alex Perry and lawyer Morris bavo boon engaged ended 1lastThursday week Mr Perry com out victorious Every one is gladof Mr Perrys success 1OWSLEY COUNTY COW CREEK Juno 20The college which is to be established at this place is now a I sure and welcome future visitor and which we trust will abide like our native hills Ten and ono half acres of suitable land has been secured for a site and several thousand dollars in work building material and money has been subscribed Prof Murt dock was here June 27th and it is I generally understood that work will begin July 10thIt is feared there I will not bo enough teachers in Owe ley county to supply her fortytwo I schools A few years ago thoro wero enough teachers residing in the county holding first grade certificates v to supply all her schools The reason for tbia unpopularity of public O wwwwjed1school teaching is a problem for ucators legislators and the people in generalJune llth was the lay all ordinary Acls of the last General Assembly took effect The following are some of the most helpful to the statoThe County Unit Billwhich was introduced in the House b Judge M M Redwine of Ellid county discriminates in favor of temperance by allowing the whole county to vote any wet district or precinct in tho county dry and prohibiting tho whole county from voting any dry district or precinct wet The Mitchell Bill protect local option districts from tho itn portation of intoxicating liquors The Revenue and Taxation Bill which was introduced by Judge James S Morris of Oldham county increases the tax on intoxicating liquors sold in the state It is now n felony to unlawfully use the state board exam ination questions and this is accompanied by inevitable perjury on the part of every person passing a state or county examination after so using said questions The Dog Law which was introduced in the House by Hon Ed Croan of Bullet county is a very interesting piece of legisla tion and it should be published in full in the columns of the Citizen and other good Kentucky papers On her birthday June 7th Miss Amanda F Moore of this place was the recipient of an extraordinary present in the form of a new name She is now Mrs Amanda F Gabbard LAUREL COUNTY LONDON June 27Kate Bastin left Tues day for Louisville where she will join a party of friends on a tour to Can ada They will start for Montreal on June SOMrs Henry Moore of Armour South Dakota with her little son Henry Bonin left for home Wednesday after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Goo C Moore Mr and Mrs Wm Phillips of Monticello were visiting Mr Phillips parents Mr and Mrs Phillips Mrs J W Stephenson and little daughter Mary Elizabeth left Tuesday on a visit to relatives in Louisville and Hamilton OCorine Harmon has returned from Searcy Ark where she has been for several mouths teaching music in one of the largest academies in the stateMrs Geo Givens of Kansas City Mo is visit ing Mrs J W Bastin Sophie Wil son of Irvine is the guest of her sis ter Mrs Chester AmyxMr and Mrs L A Hays of Knoxville Tenn arrives here Tuesday to visit tho family of D R Brock Addio Bowlin of Berea is visiting her aunt Mrs E L FarrisMrs Lula Pearl and daughter Sallie spent several days this week at the home of Mrs Pearls brother D C Pullins Miss Lula V Jones left the first of the week for Jellico Tenn where she will be visit- Ing friends for a week Mary Dotty Morgan and Mary Story Sandusky- of East Bernstadt have boon visiting Blanche Thompson Mian Forest Baker left for Williamsburg Sunday where she will remain for some time Mrs W R Ballou of Pittsburg was visiting at the home of Dr and Mrs J I Smith this wookMrs Dr O C Goodman Is in the city visiting her brother J IL Collier She will leave Thursday for her home in Jack son county Nannie Sjmlthof Larue has been visiting her aunt Mrs Sarah Green CLAY COUNTY BURNING srniNos Model School At Burning fairing The failure of the scheme to establish a college at Burning Springs should be a warning to a great many people who imagine that the starting of a college is a small affair which anybody can manage Tide country- is full of the graves of little colleges that would better never have been born The attempt by people who do not understand educationalmat tars and who have not large financial lacking to set up a college only leads to disappointment and failure Thoproperty at Burning Springs has been purchased by Borea College and is now being used for a very im portant purpose namely to show how a country school ought to bo con ducted This school docs not under take to teach any advancedsubjects but is giving its whole attention to teaching the common branches well n does not receive any boarding students but is trying to see to it that the children living at their own homes get their rights and have good instruction Too often a teacher takes pride in giving special les sons to one or two advanced students- in the school and tho result is that goingreally good advantages and at the same time the teachers attention is taken up so that the larger number of younger scholars aro nogloctet Our country schools ought to be conducted for tho benefit of the younger children and if tho younger children get their rights they will lx ready to go away from home to school when they are fifteen or sixteen years of ago Any ono who wishes to Bro how tho common brunches should be taught to children should visit this Model School at Burning Springs which begins on tho Oth of July ROCKCASTLE COUNTY msrtiTANTA July 2line Allinan of Richmond and Virgia Martin of Rockford visit ed Virgia Payne SundayW II Stephens anti wife spout Suiulu with Mr and Mrs O M Payne Mrs Annie Anglin of Climax visited friends on Clear Creek Sunday Mason Anglin and wife visited Janice Berry Sunday William Gad was at Conway on business Saturday Miss E E Lake passed through hereon tho way to Brush Creek HOOM July 2Ella McClure and Al moun Arthur woro married Sunda at tho home of the brides parents at Snider They have the good wishes of all their friends Died Mrs Etta Lambert wife of Rev J W Lam bert quietly passed away Sunday at 0 pIn after n long illness with con sumption She leaves her husband one sister Mrs Chessio Martin and a little son to mourn her loss who have the deep sympathy of all their riendsG L Wren lies built anew storehouse at this plans ILLINOIS NEWS TUSCOIA iwunuAS COUNTY July 280010 of the farmers here have gone to laying by their corn while others have not trot over their corn the first timeIfev Stedman filled his appointment at Bourbon Sunday Mrs Mary Martiu is visiting her parents this week Willie Hcacock purchased him anew surrey Saturday Walter Hacket nUll family were visitors at Bourbon Su- nclay1V C Martin who has been sick for the last 3 months is better ISaJJie Ledfordof West Ridge was shopping in Tuscola Saturday Born to tho wife of James Walling a fine baby girl Nellie Foster attended Church at Bourbon Sunday Tus cola expects to have a hospital in the near future ItOUIlllONnoUOIAS COUNTY We are having fine iy weather at this present time crops are lookingc- 11 and farmers are about none laying by their corn They will soon bo ready for harvestB C Martin who has been seriously ill front the effects oT sticking a needle in his foot is able to be out agninWo would like to hear from our Double LickcorrespondontMr and Mrs B C Martin entertained number of friends at their home Sunday Our Sunday school is progressing nicely Wo havo church every other Saturday at Bourbon with Brother Stedman as our pastor All are preparing for the Fourth of July a nice celebration is being prepared with races and bands Little Delphi and Flora Ellen Martin tho daugh ters of Mr and Mrs B C Martin bave chicken poxMrs Mina Lewis who has been ill is somo bettor NOKOMIS MONTC1OMKUY COUNTY July 1A ball gamo was played at Nokomis Thursday afternoon and at night Tho two teams broke even After the game an ice cream supper was given Lots of people attended and had a jolly time They expect to hero a big Fourth of July celebra tion at Pane Fanners are laying their corn byRaln is much needed as it is very dryGralVi and oats are short but tho wheat crop looks el11 Miss Sophia Johnson is visiting Effie Phillips Childrens day was observed ou Juno 12 and all seemed to enjoy itPhll Tully is visitiughis sister Mrs Firely Miss Eula McGuire made a visit to homo folks on SundayJames Summers of Cham paign county visited J C McGuire on SundayLet all subscribes for The Citizen A New llemrOjr What you thinkin about EzT I was jes wondcrin what effect Christian Science would havo on potato bugs Instruction to Cnrr ioiiilenl In spelling proper names name of persona or places write plainly We- can guess at other things but wo dont like to guess at names Try to get your correspondence in- by Tuesday night or by Wednesday noon at latest still something Im portent lies happened Io want it even if you cant got it t J us before ThursdayWe the right to niter or to leave out anything that we consider too personal or not of sufficient int crest for the majority of our readers Wo want correspondence from all tarts of the country Let us know what is happening in your locality Sign yourname to every letter otrsend us Wo will tltit publish your name unless you consent to it but must know who has written tho communication Interesting Kentucky Items A STATE FAIR In September IB Planned By the Aori cultural Board Frankfort Ky July 4Tho state hoard of agriculture forestry and 1m migration hold Ita first mooting here Agricultural Commission Vreoland pro siding oxofllclo M A Scoville etr porlntendont of tho experiment station at Lexington and oxoalclo of the board was elected temporary secretary The terms of tho members were decided by lot as follows W T lint rim and J b Ilowlos ono year each Vm Addains and Lawrence Jones two years each J J 0 Mayo and W- It Moorman three years each Donha Drccklnrldgo four years Desha tlrocklnrldgofl proposition that a state fair bo held during the week of Sep tombor 17 was unanimously adopted It was decided to advertise for blda for the location of tho fair to bo opened Saturday July 14 J W Porter speaking for Lexington said his city would guarantee 15000 for the fair this year W U Danforth for Louts vlllo said he would bo prepared to make nn offer July 14 DECISION HANDED DOWN The Court Refuted To Apolnt Receiver For Stock Covlncton Ky July tJudge Coch ran handed down an order In the Unit ed States court In tho case of Harry Harris against Joseph L Ilhlnock and others overruling tho motion of tho plaintiff to remove William 13 Applo gate aa trustee of 825 shares of stock In the Latonla Agricultural nnd Stock association and refusing to appoint n receiver In respect of tho stock which Is subject of tho action Judo Coch ran also In tho same case sustained the motion of Mark SImonton nnd Wil Plum Bolander granting them leave to fllo separate petitions COSTS CUT A FIGURE In the Louisville Lid Caste Before the Squire Louisville ICy July 4 Magistrate Hoffman continued the cases against eight druggists for alleged violation of tho Sabbath observance statute Hoffman said ho had road up tho law and found that Gov Dockham could not romlt all tho costs when ho Issued a pardon He can remit his own pot tion said the squire but ho cant remit mine or any constables costa I am entitled to 110 and tho consta isle to U no matter whether the pardon comes or not We will show the governor a thing or two before we got through with this fight Kentucky Poitmaaters Washington July tTho following postmasters have been named for Ken tucky Flnney Darren county Oscar D Green Hlgdon Grarson county Charles D Meredith Jolly Davleaa county John Ho tan Joyeadalo Shel by county John U Gamble Lnoon Grayson county William need Oban non Jefferson county Edgar J Cloro Olllc Edmonsoa county Z U Palsloy Found Dead In fled Lexington Ky July 4Peter Pow ers proprietor of the Palmer hotel was found dead In bed by his wits lie was to have been tried for violat ing tho Sunday closing law and Judge Miller Instructed an officer to have him appear for trial Ho reported his death Instead Romantic Elopement Frankfort Ky July 4Miss Sallie A Cleveland 1C and Jororoo M Simp son 16 of prominent families In Mon terey Owen county wero married here with the consent of their parents after a romantic elopement and many fu tile attempts to secure A license In Scott and Woodford counties TobaccoMarket Louisville July 4 Loulsvlllo ware house offered 33 hhds of tobacco SOy enteen wero burley 16 dark Prices ranged from 630 to 1Z on the burley and from 4EO to 790 on the dark There wero three rejections and tho market was fully aa good as It was this tlmo last week- Brakeman Killed Ludlow Ky July 4otto Cole son ot Mr and Mrs Gcorco Colo of Oak street a brakoman on tho Cincinnati Southern railway was struck and In stantly killed by a passenger train at Ugh Bridge Ky Colo was 21 and Ingle Got Eleven Year Lexington Ky July 4 Benjamin Stuart was found guilty of raanslaugh to and given 11 years In tho pcnlton Mary A verdict was reached with dIfficulty and the sentence Is a com romlso Two of the Juror wanted to inflict tho death penalty Kentucky Tobacco Grower Lexington Ky July 4At a meet- Ing of tho board of directors of the Kentucky Burloy Tobacco Growers us soclatlon hero a mass convention of the growers was called to mect In Lexington July 17 Body Found In the Ohio Louisville Ky July 41ho trunk ot a woman with tho head and arms missing and tho legs amputated at tho knees was found in tho Ohio bcjow this city It had been in the water about two months GlrlrIxjulsvlllo Ky July 4 Despondent ivor 111 health and tho death of her nrcnts Miss Emma Qirardet 27 took laudanum and turned on the gas at- IkK home She WM dead ktl1 found F z mmL Annual Personally Conducted Niagara Falls- Excursion V- IACHADIll riiniirrllun ullh Il- inRMWabashRR SATURDAY JULY 28 1906 7 Round Trip PROM CINCINNATI TICKETS GOOD 12 DAYS HETUHNINO Tickets good going nnd returning all mil or nt option of iwM iigera will Iw honored in either dirocliou lx Iwtvii Detroit and HulTulo on the O fi li SUanmhip ConipunyH hosts For folder contuiniiig general iufor nation roganlingtiinoof tnilns rates etc call on city C II d D Agent or addrcna W B CALLOWAY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 KEEP CLEAN anti got your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 50c a suit in nil it will cost you FOR SALE- A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W 11I2HNDON 3 milts from Borcu on the Richmond Piko I tI lO O + + In strictest telling all your troubles Wo will tend vice In Ad dress Ladles MedIcine Tenn r will tell you that no paint any better than the oil thata mixed into Itnob Huh but morn than that 4nto if Ily that he means I that the paint wilt not stay on the sue face Its any than the oil In hold out Lfad olldeallpaint The deadest way to eet the deadest paint because the oil in it cant help but the dead tat to get paint thats ready mixed Ready U another way of saying Already used up be rauie the oil In the ready mixed paint was of course put there the day the point teas conned When that was no tXMly eon toy And all the time the can in the factory and in the freight car and on tho dealers shelves the lead and +sibly cine mixture Its a wIll tidied KUng the mIl out of the oil Its wIne and not paint that Im roves with age And to IM sure of the and ktrrnjrth of 7t ir linseed oil la too great a task for the hotmeholder and eves far tlt nntodata painter What to d3 then Get paint Is In a ton denied form with the right things ground Into It by machinery with the pure raw llniteed oil left out for vow to put fit That paint U HAY MAR palnttJlC paint youro sure of the uLnt that I palm The only taint that h guaranteed to wear for five years Come In and talk It over More you pAtnt You not only Ret the best paint but save at least 85Xt oa your paInt bill J P HOUSES TO SENT Boron College has n few houses to rent In lloreasolno of tWin with barn and garden Inquire tho Trwutiiror nny week tiny l to or O to paL i I IN JULY i + That moans a Summers Outing of the finest kind t f Can you imagine any better place in which to rest and o recuperate or roam about and have time than t that land of the tawny peak sky of which 6 + ROCK ISLAND f The Elks decided Colorado was the place Jfor them this summer and many thousands of Elks and t9 friends will go via the Hock Island 5 t Send for a free copyof our illustrated Elks folder 1 O 9 telling all about it t hRock Island System +O+ +O O+O O+O+O Is It it In If as a j m 4 a Q Very Sew rates all Summer If roe nnl go with the Itta Ot me ttll yen about them A postal will do iOED H LEE H I MeSUIRC Gen Pan Aft Olit Pass Art Little Rook Ark QlnelaaaU 0 1- O+ O+o+o+oOOOO+o OO+of down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which CM attack a woman viz of the womb With this generally come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dlizln M meet tability tired feeling Inability to walk 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